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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: July 27, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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.rr The Times are Changed and we are Changed With Them T "'

40th YEAR, No. 48 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY,, JULY: 27, 1963 16 PAGE -' 1O* CENTS

I $8 1/2 Million Pledged For Teachers Under Fire Over Stolen '

First Urban Renewal National Examination QuestionsIt

.,4 The Federal Urban Renewal 13th St. and the Seaboard Air was revealed l last week Negroes. suspect in the. matter, Benson ".. .
) Administration in Washington Line Railroad tracks, said the I that a national testing.organization Arthur L. Benson, director of said that some persop or persons
said Friday It Is holding $8% agency.A is the teacher examination divi-I "stole" a series of test questionsand
million In reserve to finance : still investigating a vision of the Educational TestIng -I incorporated them In sequence -
Dade'a first urban ,renewal pro federal survey shows that "question-theft" which alleged Service with headquartersIn into study materials
JecL there are 839 buildings within ly gave some 175 Florida teach. Princeton, N.J., denied he which were used by teachers
Funds totaling $8,075,000 already the area, about 91 percent of ers unfair odds in the National had any knowledge of a suit preparing for the exam.
which are substandard.In Teacher Examination May 4. Circuit LemuelE.
have Been earmarked for filed In Court by On May 3 the night before the
the area are included third grade
the county, pending application Washington a
It was reported in Dade County test was administered about
sometime next year, the agency 4,544 dwelling units, twothirdsof teacher at Phyllis Wheatley, to
that most, or all of the 4,000 "candidates" throughout
which the URA reported are his
said.It.. force the ETS to report
teachers whose Florida
deficient. test scores were an "anonymous phone
was announced Thursdaythat suUsequently Invalidated were scores to Dade school system. tip" was received at ETS head
a $338,306 grant was made The president of the Negro
Families displaced by site quarters. Complete copies of the
for surveying and planning in Dade Classroom Teachers Association -
will be offered "re study materials also Bent
operations were
the 168-acre The ,. ... _._ Emanuel Fryar Jr.,
portion. location in decent, safe and '"' ... -. to ETS within days.,
$8675,000; will be available when V, said he had been Informed of
the planning is completed some sanitary housing Including new I five teachers in the county It was noted by officials that
public housing to be constructed
s whose invalidatedand stolen questions appeared in
time in mid 1064 and possibly scores are
sooner, said County manager, In the Project area. that all of them were Negroes sequence, and that some of the
Irvine McNayr. The project Is to cost 24 million answers accompanying them
The money will be spent for dollars. Eight million to be The president of the white were incorrpct." They developed!
'clearance< and redevelopment Ina paid by Uncle Sam, four mullion Classroom Teachers Association, a "key, and it was simple to
residential area bounded by by Dade County and 12 J VV V Pat L. Tornlllo Jr., told the sift out those exam which followed -
NW 22nd St., NW 3rd Ave., NW million from resale of property. It same story. the study material In do-

S I Tornlllo said that teacher tail.All
leaders in Hillsborough, Plnel- beginning teachers in
las and Palm Beach Countieshad Florida are required to post a
I. 7 Police Win Promotions reported to him that only minimum score of 500 on the
Negroes wore .affected in their NTE to qualify for certification.
areas. In addition, teachers who seek
I STANLEY! under the command of Lt. Refusing to comment when I state competence must score
By : SWEETING I IIz. I Myers, works out of the Detec- I asked if there were any "hot"On COO or higher

., Congratulations in order tive Dureau.
for seven City of"Miami The promotion of these Offi-
police-I I
men, who, during a cers put them in a higher pay l Precinct I
t amination. passed the' Policeman bracket, and makes them elig- i Negro Closes Sun.
First Class 'test. ible for the next top level exam I
The test, which, included aptitude which is sergeant.The Sunday, July 28, the Negro -
Job knowledge, adminis- Precinct at 470 NW 11th''
tration criminal law, accident seven officers mentioned St. will move to headquarters;! AFRICAN ATTY.
of work
r- and first aid, was with, the exception one, in the Municipal Justice Bulld-i
investigation GENERAL VISITS'John
out of the precinct station and I Hortense E. Simmons daughter -
Donald Pomcrleau, Mi-i!
held July 2 In Miami Fire Station -
do not include those from of Mrs. Edna Simmons and ingl
Building,. No\ 1, NE .Fifth I the main station who also took granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. director, Dept. of Public'' Henry Smythe, attorney -
told the Miami
Safety, :
St.High the exam.FOOD. James Butler Sir., of 30 SW 8th Tones general of Sierra Leone,
: point man was Officer court Dcerfleld Beach, was Thursday. was u visitor In Miami this
Thomas Marshall; The other National t Defense week from Monday through
awarded a 3-year There will be no change In
r .Officers were Ruben Thompson, FAIR HIRES' Graduate Fellowship' by personnel, he said. The five Negro Thursday.Mr. .
John Gay, Gaddy Rawls Frank the U. S. Office of Education clerks will work in the Smythe is a partldpanjLln
,Cohen, Joe Hunt. , and George 7 NEGROESFood for study in English and Amer various police divisions, and the Foreign Leader Programof
Adams. United States Dept. of State.
ican Literature at Howard Uni upon the relocation a jailer and
Officers Marshall, Thompsonand Fair, 1051 NW 02nd St. versity. five guards from the Negro Sierra lie was born In Freetown,
Rawls, representing Shift this week has the pictures of precinct will do the same work Leone, is the father, of
No..t2, led with a majority of seven of its newly added Negro She will begin study In the as previously employed at tho three children, was educated in I
fall and will he enrolled in a his native schools and took law
three.: Their Shift Sergeant IsLeroy.1A. employees printed on Its hand local precinct.An .
Smith JShlft No.. 1, bills. full-time course of study lead- at the Middle Temple* London, > ,
Sgt., Jesse lA ;Nash in charge, ing to the Ph.D. degree After officer will be on duty 24 Ile is.president \tbd ,
; was+represented toy two,I' men, They are Joyce Carter, cashier completion of her graduate hours a day for seven days a of Freer''
i \J Officer Gay ,:and Cohen." Shlft' ; Jesse Alexander, meat cut- work, Miss Simmons plans fora week to serve as an assistant town Reform Club and chair-. '\
Ross an Instructor in one in with their local man, of ,the.:,Freetown5"Cheshire .
F.L..Duty., in Charge ter; lIarvel Nairn, Harold career as aiding people
,; -, bad.3 loafer,) 'gt representative!! ,,Officer!. and Marvin Wiley, register of the nation's colleges or universities problems at the old address. Homes.t .. %, ;' ;. ,
t "%' Joe,'HftBt: 'Del.1. 'George Adams: ,)I clerks. What the precinct will be used He joinodjthe+ ;Royal l lrF.orce'i: ,, "
tv> I) UA I for in the future has not been In t1\ir\ "njt. ."VaA cummliSioned : ..
) stated, but there is talk ''the city as, Pilot ..Officer- 8ssfgqed' to .
will try to put some sort of lJonrr\ >/M u< ntL.; ff 44V*.44l/WW."r. ,
I l f supervised recreation there. part In*/2{)" bomber raids lover ':. 'l

Miami Ends: Bias In City Employmentdesignated Germany and was ,sh France t,down over and Berlin Italy,

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Nov. 18 1043 he held
'11.' :.c. ; was aa;
ISSUES the civil service system. Ad- Negro police officers. I 1'1. . ., prisoner of war in Pomerania
MANAGER In Both Negro and white officersIn ., "'
ditionally many are super- \ until May 5. 1015.He
t visory positions. that grade are now police- f1 wan discharged from the
OFFICIAL ORDERI Laborers have been given the men. RAF in 1017 with the rank of
opportunity to participate in the "Discrimination has now end "
Flight Lieutenant. lie practiced!
I Miami City Manager M. L. pension system and approxi- ed in the city employ. Reese I law, was appointed Assistant
Reese has announced that discrimination mately 61 percent are taking I I asserted. "The Negro Is treat- Crown Counsel In 1051: Crown
in city employment part. ed In exactly the same and manneras thereIs '. Counsel In WM; Senior Crown t
the employe
and facilities has been Counsel in trJ57 and Solicitor
practices administrativeOrders. Those Vho have retired with no rule, policy, ordinance or
ended through out a pension after long service law in the City of Miami to en General in 1000.
.. Mr. Smythe has traveled wide
have been receiving monthly courage segregation or discrimi
it In a report to the Dade Coun payments*approved by the City nation. .J ly In the United Kingdom, ,
Community Relations Board, Commission. France, Italy, Switzerland, Get-
geese reviewed major acnleveMents Group medical insurance has "Although much progress has many and the. West Indies. .
In racial:equality since been'.offered to'I' the dependentsof : been made as far as the city's I

f bla appointment in. March 1960. laborers and; Is now optional. .I rules and there regulations Is still much are concerned to- Doctors Give Air : 5

i H These came about, he said Job announcements now be done. The major segregation Conditioner V 3
"t nly with the consistent sup- specify that positions are opento problem exists in the hearts .
fort 'and encouragement of the all applicants without regar4 and minds of men" Reese con- ,Thirteen 'local
L- City Commission. to race, color or creed. 'cluded. "We must all do o u r air conditioner each
p'I'm, professionally ashamed An employment interview directive part." I II to Christian Hospital in an effort -
tfcat',' were neces- urges supervisors to to, Gaol the, entire, hospital.The .
Mry" Reese. suppress prejudicial feelings I Commenting on Reese's report unit. coat < $206,00 I ,each
about the race, color or creed/>fJoW Bishop Coleman F. Car wholesale;;and will 1 be"put Into I I
'prior Reese related, the Community
to 1060 applicants. -+ roll, chairman of
4 he' vast majority of Negro city Relations Board, said: the three-bed rooms along, the ;lit
i mploytes were laborers' and. Ali ,city buildings and recrfeatlqflal ''The'report: indicates that the.I main east-we.t.ha1Jway. "
outside the civil facilities have been de "Miami Doctors making the, pledges If
such were of recognizes t e
;*; city
i s
t S. II. Johnson, W. A. Patterson
pland segregated., and I j' II
pension racial the rights
i ervlce system v problem R
J. E. Hogan Hiram
Individuals. the I [ i
hospltallzatlon 'program. proposal for the of It shows
i The budget .
Liston tried Coleman A. W. D. '
Henry, Simpson
1 here was little chance for pro- fiscal beginning Oct. 1 city Is willing and anxious to a repeat I'
year II ,
buildingS' andecreatlonal performance of his Sept., 62 George Simpson, J. K.
notion.; Public calls for abolishment of the bring about justice. ,
one-round knockout Challenger Johnson Edwin Albert
seg- of Shirley, o'.i
:/acilltles Precinct Station, "which
Negro and "The solution to the problem Floyd Patterson and Edwards; C. M. Smith, Stanley ,
gated. represents supports segregation or racial equality lies in admit failed by four seconds. Floyd's Johnson and James olston. .
Police Division. 'fl
in the ,
"This Is the picture today.,. ting that every person has only bid for the championshipwas More than $500 was given to '.I '!:7;) II f
aldMleese. : j to Another change .in the Police rights, and then putting this a good, sound punch that Christian Hospital on last Sun."i
'\ fl:1J. hrajployew S' in:" the',;'Jaborlrig Division abolished the job classification I: Into practice. It Is both a moral seemed to stagger Listen, and day at a tea at the home of Dr. 1
been brought ,Into of Patrolman which and educational problem." then Ughts.ou "rs.. GLeofiflft Simpson. l
11 lasses have: ) ..... p. .., J
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Mrs. Jeanette M. North, 313 Miss Claudette V. Ford, efficient -
Pine St., Daytona Beach and maintenance clerk at Mi-
Eddie J. Cooper, 1328 NW 69th ami Housing Authority exchanged -
St. were married rcently. The nuptials with Alfonso L.
Ifride is the former Jeanette< Charles Saturday, July 13, at St.
Moore, daughter of the late Peter Claver Catholic Church
Rev. and Mrs. L. M. Moore of: New Orleans, La.
Daytona. Mr. Cooper is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. July Cooper, The Mass was officiated by
15750 NW 18th Ave. The couple< Rev Father Mulligan, immediately -
resides at 313 Pine St., Daytona followed by a receptionat
Hall. Kath-
Les Jean S'Amie i
leen Ford, the bride's sister, 19 E,
Danny Green and Miss Rosetta served as maid of honor. Eddie rw H nf th
< Lewis were united in holy: Peters of Miami, who is now
matrimony July 20. The couple employed in the Atlanta Schoolsystem
will spend their honeymoon In ; stood as best man. Mrs.
Dothan, Ala. Charles i is the daughter of Mr.
Fred P. Ford Sr., and the late I
Mrs. Mary Ford of New Orleans -
Kazah Court No. 117, Daugh- Mr. Charles is the son
ters of Isis requests the plea- of Mr and Mrs. Fred Charlesof 4
sure of your company at its Miami. He is also a graduateof
Oriental Tea on Sunday after- Tuskegee Institute, and is
noon, July 28, from 4 to 7 p.m.. instructor at Browns-
Auditorium now an .._ ,_. .... _._ _._ ,
at the Dixie Park ville Jr High School. The "'-> <- ----- ----
340 NW 13th St. Mae Wood, couple spent their honeymoonat I
First Lieutenant Commander, the Mason Hotel in New The Women's Cooperative Club
chairman Rosebud Byrd, illustrious Orleans.
conmmandress. I

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. San Mrs. Lula Johnson of West Celebrates 15th AnniversaryThe
Palm Beach made a pop call to
ders and son, Michael, returned
:after spending a ten day vaca- the city her Tuesday New York afternoon vaca- Women's CooperativeClub Mesdames Rose Tucker, Mil- Mrs. Bertha McKeever; vice,
tion in Nashville, Tenn. with prior to weekend. celebrated its 15th annI- dred Wright, Elizabeth John Mrs. Willie Mae Valdez; secre-
tion this
relatives. Mr. Sanders was vis versary Sunday, June 30 at the' son, Theoda Flowers, Coretha tary, Mrs. Climatine Lewis; assistant -
ited with his three sisters and King 0' Hearts Club. All were Roberson, Mattie Harris and ; Mrs. Lelita Spears;
their families after a period of Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Bannerman royally entertained by Jimmy Willie Mae Valdez. treasurer, Mrs. Sarah Pullom;
32 years. Mrs. Sanders and son of Lawnside, N. J, visitedfor Reeves and his Parade of Talent Standing: Mesdames Bessie business manager, Mrs. Theoda
liker Nashville so much they the past two weeks with his and Frank Williams and the StrIngfield, Lelita Spears, Janet Flowers; chaplain, Mrs. Core-
are contemplating to make it I mother Mrs. Zeola Moore and' Rocketeers. Batten, Sarah Pullam, tha Roberson; chairman of sick
their second home. close ,family relatives on Cth Seated from left to right: Louise Fisher Zella Brown, committee, Mrs. Louise Fisher;
of Climatine Lewis and BerthaM photos made at the home of Mr.
Rev. Bannerman, pastor
and Edward Wat- Ave. Tuckerby
Mrs. AME Church in Keever. and Mrs. Hardwick L.
kins of New York city have returned the Lawnside.Mt. Pisgah His wife, is the sis- The club elected new officersfor Johnson of Miami. Mrs. Mattie -

sister, Mrs.after Earline visiting CHette.with their ter of the late Eloise King Ban Grove's Woman'sClub the coming year: President, I Harris, reporterRichmond

nerman, former BTW teacher. to SponsorExtravaganza --------
Albert (Skinny) Davis of Among those showing cour-
the counle were Mr. Usher's Union Heights
Dania returned last week from tesies to NoticeThe
and Mrs. William Haly, Rev. and I
New York where he attendedthe
funeral of his grandmother. Mrs. T. C. Kelley Sr., and Mrs. On Sunday, July 28, from 4-0' Ushers' Union fourth Woman's ClubThe
Ida Ratcliffe. The family like- Coconut Grove Negro Sunday program will be held at
wise planned many activities. Woman's Club Is sponsoring a New Hope Baptist Church, 1300 members of Richmond
Mr and Mrs. Paul Wyche re Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Bannerman, Fashion and Talent extravagan- NW 1st place, July 28 at 3 pm. Heights Woman's Club attendedthe
turned home from their vaca- Carver Junior High principaland r,a at the Christ Episcopal Recognition Day program at
tion visiting relatives and brother, hosted the visitors Parish Hall.Proceeds The program will be sponsored Dade County Children's Homeat
friends in Savannah, Ga., Columbia on Miami Beach. Mrs. Johnnie of this affair will be by New Hope and Friend- Kendall Sunday.
S.C. and Newport News, Stirrup and sons entertained used toward fulfilling a long ship Seniors usher boards. The The club sponsors cottage IB
Va. They reported a very pleas. with a picnic on Virginia cherished dream sponsor a president asks that all members : a group of dependent girls
ant stay. Beach Mr. and Mrs. Herman dental clinic in the Grove area be out,, important matters must I After the program the ladies
Dixon, Miss Clara Bannerman, to assist needy families with be discussed and it must be discussed were guided on a tour of the
Mrs. Lonnie Mincey and Marva Bannerman. Mrs. Moore dental problems.The by the members of the cottage by the Recognition Dav
daughter, Demerta, are vaca- and others had a lovely family Coconut Grove Negro Union. Please, members let's winner. A delightful repast was
tioning in New York. barbecue Woman's Club has paused In its not let our president down. served by Mrs. Mettle Brown
efforts many times to sponsor housemother, who was thankedfor
Mrs. Dorothy F. Pattersonand Rev. Bannerman preached at this much needed project by Deacon David Hudson presi- being a gracious hostess.
niece, Chrystal Major are Metropilltan AME service and preachedat at St. ((1)) providing transporation for dent; Miss Dorothy Major, reporter L. Byrd president, M. Moore,
visiting their uncle. Ivan Rolleof the evening He I needy families to and from the ; Rev. Thomas, pastor. reporter.
Paul AME church. greatly clinic. (2) ,..
331 NW 10th St. courtesies to County sponsored ---- -_ n
appreciated .
providing glasses for underprivileged I
the pulpit shown by brother ; I
children. ((3)) matern-
Heartfelt Minnie
Sympathy to
Dlsmucke and family in the loss ministers, Rev. J. J. Williamsand ity and tuberculosis patients to STO
of her father, Wellington Bene- T. C. Kelley, and from clinic. ((4)) providingfood PFAllINCNOW!

by. and clothing to migrant
families. ((6)) sponsoring cottagesat HAIR
Knights of Pythias Kendall for delinquent girls.
Mrs. Clara M. Joyner has returned ((6)) sponsor of Girl Scout Troop
to her home at 21710 SW 710 and participating ,in many US..
lllth Ave. in Goulds after visiting And Calanthe more community projects.The father's"SAVE ; i
her mother, Mrs. Mattie Coconut Grove Woman's
Martin and father, Frank, and Rose Sharon Court No. 23 will Club Is soliciting' your coopera
sisters in Dublin, Ga. and a meet Julv 29: Gleam of Hope tlon. The good you do will comeback .
niece, Mrs. Rozonia Johnson anddaughter Lodge, Sir Walter L. Belle, to you. IT"
Quanakee Johnson of chancellor, meets August 1; Orange Mrs. Virgil Whitehead, president -
Cleveland. Mrs. Johnson and Blossom Lodge, Sir Willie s
daughter, Donna Maria motoredto C. Moore, chancellor, meets Aug.
Dublin and flew to Washington 3. "" "SAVMT" Is r.thor' now formula for mon and
D. C. to visit her son and i Cruise to BiminiThe womtn-a product dotlgnod. t. IMp the
wife, A-C James W Joyner and !loss ., Hair by dottroylng .
Sylvia. Mr. Joyner is stationedat I Sir Samuel Glenn of Orange Fuller Products (Miami ., dandruff_ scalp bactorla and
Arlington, Va. Air Force Blossom Lodge returned Friday troatmont for brooking hair, thinHmpl.
Branch) Cruise to Bimini on ..
Base. after spending his vacation with UE tt and. olhor thin spot__. product do. lgnod
Sunday, July 14 was a success. tiA
Mrs. Clara M. Joyner (gradu relatives in Detroit. We certaIn. We had a very enjoyable trip K ,.,..,. natural' sift, giving ''''tre. ....u., andIrongth
ated) received her B. S. degree ly missed him and are .glad he and plenty of entertainmentwhile I converting short, ttubby, ''i'....,
April 20 from Florida A and M Is back. cruising along There Into tho roal "Woman' Crowning Glory
University and was given the
were many different contests
trip to D. C. as a graduation Chancellor-Counsellor meet One of our sales ladles, Jessie AT LEADING COSMETIC COUNTERSEsther's
Klft. Miller, was selected Judgein If your dealer does not have "SAVE IT'.
July 29 at the Castle Hall. 3288 as a 2 & lend $1.00 for
oz. .
:e $1.50 for 4
01. Jar tax
( and .
Charles Ave., Coconut Grove. the contest. eluded to poltl, In.
Mrs. Weida Stewart Marsh of We are inviting members of the We toured the island. The day
Ocala Is in the was spent with many laughs.We Beauty Aids 50 West 125th
city visiting her order to attend In order that we / 'Yt:
brother and sister Mr. and Mrs. a very pleasant trip.
can get started on our building.
Samuel Stewart of Liberty City. Flora Casey, manager; Jessie
While here she is also observ- Sir Don A. Belle, reporter.. I Miller, reporter. ".
ing the special reading program a.
being conducted in the north- IT'S NEVER TOO LATE
west section schools. A similar FREE PARKING PHONE LU 1.1335 .

program is Being planned fpr.. To
get your graduation
Marion County. pictures made
w Rashelle HotelAir

Mrs. Altamease Felder Gaines
former Mlamlan and two daugh conditioned Heated Private Baths

ters, Queen Edora and Deroh, ROOMS JOHNSON OF MIAMI
her sister
are in Miami visiting
and brother-in-law, Angelina AND MRS. FRANK C. SMITH JR., PROPS. Kindergarten
High School
and Jack Cooper. Mrs. Gaines College
now resides in Detroit and expects 852 W. 27th Ave. Ft. Lauderdale
FR 72294THE
to spend another week

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St. Augustine NAACP Ask Justice II''

Department To Probe Brutality I .,

ST. AUGUSTINE Four St. youths and the treatment received II,I
Augusune NAACP Youth Coun- have been dlstril/Jted thru- '
cil members have called for an "out the community. The NAACPhas
investigation of the arrests and also assigned a special
i/i'iual handling of youth picketing worker to assist Field Secretary
on July 18 In the nation's U. W. Saunders, to the branch.
x w sc oldest city. Names In the com-
r : k' plaint which was submitted tome Speaking at the regular mass
: U. S. Justice Departmentwas meeting held each Monday
Deputy Sheriff Jackie 11 u- night was Hev. J. C. Hope, of
gas of the St. John's County Hrunswlck, Ga. }<'r. Theodore K.
aherilf's: Department Gibson will speak on Monday

"On Thursday, July 18, 1003 night, July 29.

sixteen NAACP youth Council" The branch Is headed by Mrs...
members arrested, the
Fannie Fullwood. Advisor to the?'
stated "Around 2 ,
letter p.m.
Youth Council Is Dr. Robert
council member, Francis Floydwas
who Is having
handled and mis Hayllng, reported as r'
brutally done outstanding job in
the the let-
by deputy aiding the youth and branch..
ter stated
The NAACP has urged thatnenl'ly
The NAACP youth who have
a quarter million dollars;
been spearheading St. Augus In Federal funds requested by
tine's efforts to end racial segregation the City of St Augustine to plan
at several stores stated and finance Its Quadrl-centcn-'

LAUNCHING Fumed international -I In Bridgeport, Conn followingthe bourne, Regal Elcgance'N gen. near that the St George's"incident took" vial\ festival should be withheld'
businessman Harry E. formal launching of the firm oral manager, elatedly looks on Floyd was threatened with until all racial discrimination is
I Hoyden (right) congratulate into the national direct selling after Hoyden had addressed staffof whippings after being grabbed ended. In addition, the National
Osobrno T. Pokier, president of field and dedication of tho firm's firm which has backing of Convention which convened in
violently by Deputy Hugas,
The Regal Lady Elegance, Inc.,+I 1 new office Ixnvrenco II. Chad. $:,51H1/NN1( < <),, they continued. The youth was Chicago resolution, voted to in support an emergency the St.

also challenged to end everything Augustine Branch in its fight to
Look To Economic "in the alley" by the dep. desegregate the "Nation's Old-
Negroes uty.One est City."
council member, Miss De-
I lores Miller, was pulled off a

Achievement As "New Day" DawnsActor's in lunch a the Walgreen stool Service by Drug agency.the same Store deputy whichis Revival Meeting:

Revival time is here again.
Kin Gets vision actor, Sidney Poltier, individuals across the nation to Meanwhile the NAACP St. The public Is invltde to attend
Regal Lady Elegance was first do something on the economic Augustine branch has called fora I the BIble Truth Revival at Mt.
shunted into the news last sum i front something they will selective buying program aim : Pisgah SDA Church, New Liberty
$2,500,000 Backing mer and fall when media across need to enjoy the fruits of their ed at ending all racial City beginning' Sunday,
the nation carried the success nation In this city. dlscrlml-I July 28, 7:30: p.m. Rev. Ruben
And 'Go' story of the firm's leading offi- labors for equality. As expressed telling of the arrests I Cox Jr., evangelist In charge.

Signal cer Poltier. by Poltier, "Not only will . ... .
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S."S. YIIVT ILI. IT- -I.II. I.-I.- I
the Negro rise from the dark
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. As Boyden, whose multi-million
an Increasing number of sit- dollar firm supplies! the Bridgeport shadows of discrimination into
ins, march-ins pray-ins and company with merchandise I the cultured light of the gold SATURDAYIS
wade-ins sweep the nation in Connecticut and New i en sun, but also he will be free
(racking up unprecedentedgains England, generally, and the I to take his rightful place in
of equality for the Negro) Honorable Sidney J. Clark of : -
society class
as a first citizen.
Del. that state'sfirst
this sobering question Increasingly Wilmington, ,
pops up: "After Integra- and only Negro judge, KID'S DAY
tion, what must the Negro do were credited with assisting
to shore up the bastion of free Peltier's phenemenal achieve- 11aa Q
dom for himself and his posterity ments with The Regal Ladv
?" Elegance. Clark is also Peltier'slegal -
adviser. .
More and more (as time ,
marches) swiftly reverberatesthe The firm I is moving swiftly to SAVINGSAND
answer: "The Negro must set up branch offices along the
look to his economic future to Eastern seaboard and plans are
insure his full participation In steadily advancing for ultimate i 4N; LOAN ASSOCIATION
the pleasures offered by the expansion Into the interior and
new freedoms he most assuredly to the West Coast.

will gain from his impressive, Poitler, 50, father of three 6015 N.W. 7th Avenue
militant efforts That is to say, grown daughters and two teen-
the Negro must have somethingto age sons, attributed his achieve 1
contribute, once he achieves ments to "having had no better Phone 754.6651
this equality, so say the Negro sense than to sincerely believeIn

leaders and sympathetic believera myself, my organization, and Savings Insured to $10,000 by agency of the U.H. Government
of the
Negro cause.
I[ was foolish enough to work
Scattered across the nationare hard and I do mean hard- AUTO Bring your child'' in between the hours of 9 & 12 a.m.

a number of Negro organizations !. in order to succeed. This, of and we will open a savings account in his or her name
and individuals Intent course, included (great sacri- For as little as $5,00

plight upon studying of the Negro the, economic who are faces." Liability InsuranceNEW TEACH YOUR CHILD THRIFT EARLY!

also mapping plans to harness As the Negro battles for equal
some of his wealth, to help the LOW RATES
rights on the main front, such
fit into the
Negro more easily
mainstreams of American life I firms as The Regal Lady Elegance $107.00 YEARLYTo ,n.--
once there is no longer a needfor I are providing outlets for ( and from work)
them to silently march on With good driving records THIS is YOUR OPPORTUNITY]
picket lines or to fight off the BANK FINANCING --
horrifying fangs of police dogs.A Justice and truth make man $17 DOWN T J PREPARE FOR

commercial firm whose free, Injustice and error enalavuhim. 9 PAYMENT PLAN .
creation in Bridgeport last year .-Mary Baker Eddy.DM We Can Insure You)! t CIV SERVICE
launched a business which Is
spiraling into a nationwide success 8R-22 Filings 0 I JOB
is also providing economic GULF FIRE AND ri-i Jt
security for Negroes through ... CASUALTY. INC.

creation employment.of numerous avenuesof U : 1552 NW 54th 6.1231 STREETOX I If 1AND ASSURE YOURS"..,; ,

: I +
Known as The Regal Lady ii
RAT. 0-1 I
Elegance Inc., the new firm MEN-WOMEN 18 To Sol
deals in luxurious stainless
steel waterless cookware, china, Grammar school sufficient for
stemware and table service appointment many 'job*. Receive full information \:
which not only has frO. on how to '
social circles a-buzz but which JET TV CLINICHOME j Keep get a gov't.fob. i
also holds the germ of provid- j while your present job }1
ing economic security for
countless Negroes. across the SERVICE CALLS $1.00 ,;d "- i- MIMIU MIAMI' DMC "AIIIU or (0145" \
nation. ". -

Capitalized at $2,500,000 Day or Night Struts J
the faith and confi- No
through Raises
dence of Internationally acclaim. 'po We Service All Makes ofHIFI's I Automotlc Pay No Layoff{ (
ed businessman Harry E. Boy- Paid Sick Leave Meet New Friends t,: )
den president of Quality Crafts and STEREOSWe I Paid Vacation Liberal| Pension \
International Corp., of Teaneck, AU' HoUcJ ay' with ray I
ll.J.z Regal Elegance, as t h eBridgeport Also Rent Key Training of So. Fta.North ,
fir m is popularly Miami Beach, Fla.
known, has launcehd a nation- TV by the week or Month Phone Wilson &JM1SU ;!
wide, franchised program which Suite 3-1. 1110 N.E. 163rd St. "

holds ity for promise Negroes of throughout financial secur the 907 .2nd AVENUEPhone MAIL Name ........................................................w. .

country. COUPON i Street ............................... Apt. ........._. '.j f ,;1

Led by hard-driving: executive FR 4-2044 TODAY City ...H..?..................... State ........_ I
Poltier, first cou- .
Osborne sin of movie T. stage a and tele- | Phone No. ......................-.-.....-....-. J


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4 ':'. SATURDAY JULY 27 1963, Conclave NAACP Opens New
f Governors'

I The Governors' meet at Miami Beach was interesting Jobs in JaxJACKSONVILLE

Some clashes between 'the Democrats ,and RepubU- An ultimatum .
cans. Gov. Nelson Rockefeller of New York wanted Civil delivered by the NAACP
Rights discussed. Some charged him with politIcking. The here has resulted in the hiring
of Negro personnel In 12
considering civil rights, lead-
governor wanted a committee for ing department and clothing
but lost by a vote of 257. stores In the city.

The Governors finally decided 38-3 to instruct its The original NAACP demand
called for Negro loW opportuni.
executive committee to give top priority during the com- ties by March 1 but encourag.
ing year to the civil rights question. EVen at this Gover- ing negotiations with the Jack-
nors Wallace of Alabama, Barnett of Mississippi and Rus- sonville merce prompted Area Chamber the of NAACP Com.

sell of South Carolina disagreed. branch to push the date back to

Vice-President Lyndon Johnson made an interesting May 1.Branch.

: << speech calling upon the governors to work together and efforts. Were successful !-
In placing l Negro sales
persons -
support the administration's program.On In the following stores J,
the "h !It C. Penny Co., Ivey's, Sears ftoe-
he asked
Civil Rights group, wrong buck Ma -Cohen'sJ. McCrory's( ,
that tax-paying, arms-bearing, vote-casting Americans Furcngott s W. T. Grant, 1 F.v..
should be unable to find a bed for a night, or meals, for Woolworth, Diana Shd p, Mont.gomeryWard's .
their children along the highways of our free and decent ,Hl.S. H. Kress
lhtiji.LeVellas ).
and The Holly


On November! 5 Dade County Voters will have an-
other opportunity of changing the county's charter if they PrinteryChurch

care to do so.Changes .
have, been recommended by the Govern- prografm $14.50 up
Research Council including Metro Commissionersbeing
ment 100 invitations for $10
reduced from 13 to nine and a mayor.

The commissioners certainly opposed this change. 4705 NW 17th Ave.

i I'122"' .? Want to Sell it? Tel. 635gOSSJlniniy

BROWSIN' 1Vdshington. trop

'! By PAUL HENRY Advertise itl!
s,ssr' 99.2SZ5i'2S
In Cambridge, Md. Tuesday
white and Negro leaders signed ,BRAND NEW MODEL HOME
a truce ending demonstrations
indefinitely while the white 38 VaJIue-Dated lots to choose from
community take concrete stepsto 762 N.W. 50th STREET
meet Negroes' segregation
demands. Open Sunday 1-4 p.m.
Atty. General Robert F. Ken- 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths Giant Size Florida Room
nedy was: a witness to the docu Oak Floors Built-in KitchenDecorator Chosen
ment. I Color Schemes Dank Financing Easy Qualifying

Changes at Youth Hall place I Low Down PaymentWYNNECRAFT
I them under Metro's manager,
IrvIn McNayr.No HOMES
I Call JE 1-6902 or UN 5.3120
gambling for Jamaica,
says Minister of Traffic and
industry. He will try to make
: the tourist industry the great.
est possible contribution to the
national economy, i
'ell Patterson let me down. \\I{, /
Now I'm going to pull for Clay. f
Don't get me wrong LIston /
is the man of the!) day, but I Schoo of ,
like to go along with the underrated. '
Jfft CUL URE. jar

Rev. and Mrs. James Banner
man have just completed a two. Why not take advantage of our
week visit with relatives and
friends. The minister Is the
brother of M.\ I, Bannerman, Special Summer Rates t tI
r Carver High School principal.Mrs. .
: Bannerman (Velma) Is
_ : : the sister of the late Mrs. Eloise I
[ : King Bannerman and eldest Starts your career<< V J%
I ;; daughter of Bishop Willis King 1 0 X ; $
after a long stay in Africa, Toward B
Independence :
I resides In New Orleans. ..'..Y .

, Wednesday the Bannermans 1 :01. :"i.. I 0 0i .1
dinner t. f. '
) the' guests of Mr.. *
V :; Mrs. William B. Haley In FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY:' ACT NOW r
Opa-locka. After renewing old
acquaintances (Mrs. Ida Rat-
Brownsville Jr. High 1113 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 49998PAGE
and Mrs. Ethel Bran-
Manning) the couple de
by train Thursday for
Orleans and other points.

Open Today Sunday 10 to 5


: End 'of July, end of high prices

These prices good all month of August FREE

: Printed Heavy Antique Satin BOLT 49. ::5 Pkfll. of Pin-On
rl'g. ...9 yd. HOOKS

Big Selection of Upholstery .98 98"d. With the purchase
Printed Slipcovers reg. 49' ot more than 1 rod

reg. 1.29 yd.
Naugahyde all colors 1 KIRSCH
reg. 3.-10 yd. TRAVERSE
Heavy Plastics 79'
ng. t.9 yd.
PI eater Tape IS' i20"-i o" $-1.49
: rtg. 2ae so"-1o"
50" White Batiste 33yd.
White Pique '" rl'g. 704 yd. To 48" $1.19
3S- To 86" $1.19IndIan
reg. J'd.
Burlap 3S' Klrco Economy
rf"Jr. 1.29 yd.


#' 6127 N.W. 7th, Ave.-Phone PL 7-8381 OF DRESS GOODS

tkr Open Sunday to to I




I Colored Girls Make Good Showing in <"Miss< Universe" Pageant 1.1:

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Miami Beach was a mecca for r
Iteautlful girls last week as 97
girls from all over the world '
clashed in a curvaceous contest
for the title of Miss Universe of III
Foreign entries added up to
G5 this year and included many ,
beautiful colored girls from the .'
; j\ f Bahamas,' Dahomey, Curacao, I"
Korea, Trinidad, Phllllplnes, .
S British Guiana, Barbados, etc.
The Miami Times sent talent.
,, avl
x v rM ed Bill Tyler to the scene of
: all this loveliness and the 10
: : S v pictures at the right arc onlya
few of the splendid shots
% made by this young photograph.
1 I \ er for whom everyone predictsa
: \
great future.
Top panel: Marltc Ozers of
: Chicago wearing the crown of
Miss USA; the winner, Ieda
MarIe Varnez, Miss Brazil in t-.
L 1 *k \ :: her native costume; Lovely ..
k Sandra Louise Young, 19-year- .r
old Bahamian beauty who wasa
big local favorite; Miss Ten-
S nessee, Bobby Lynn Morrow
Second panel; Jean Stodart,
; i S champion water skier from
Trinidad; Misses Greece, Hawaii -
and Indiana make a tcrilfic ; -
( Th S trio; Gloria Desire Blackmon,
lovely entrant from British
Guiana; Miss Universe herself.
Third panel: Ivory colored
Kim Myung-Ja makes a good
showing for Korea; Francine
Marcos arrived late from Daho
mey but landed a handsome escort
;; Miss Finland, Rltta Kau-
tianinen was a blonde beauty
\ with black eyes::!, Sandra Young
y Sr' shows what got' her into the
Bottom panel: Olive colored
Phyllis ZiHnsky of Curacao had
the widest hips in the contest I
((3J! ); Mis Alaska, Nina Whaley,
; \ 1 *i1!! I rra was a big hit with cameramen;
k Trudy Ann Cauthen Miss I
North Carolina, and the end _
that of Lelaine Bennet, Miss
Phillplnes, who was one of the
: 15 finalists.-Bill Tyler, photos.

Personal Mention

r :: '!'

'S Mrs. Dorothy Edwards expects -
to return this weekend
after u visit with the John
S Wrights (her brother) in Cleve.
F land. Mrs. Edwards' sister, Miss
Mabel 'right of Jacksonville.
JccoTip.inled her
- -
; 1\..a. Wllhelmlna Rhetta and
F daughter, Carotta, are vacation.
ing in ,New York City.

3 ; : Mr and Mrs. Eddie Pcrpall

of Washington, 1>. C are visit

L I Ii ing. his mother, Mrs. Sybil Foster

i Get well wlshc s to Janle::

\ Reeves, Jeanette Bellamy and
r 6 4tJ Alice Harrison both bedded
r w dqwn at Christian Hospital.

Mr, and Mrs Joseph Pol tier
, entertained the friends of
Joseph Jr In celebration of his
: p1r'9 birthday recently

Mrs. Nettle Chandler of Opalocku -
In home again after bong
confined to Mt Sinai Hos

; pital.

We are Joining the family of
Lovull Richardson Jr. in prayer .
for his recovery. Mr. Richardson -
is ill in Mt. Sinai Hos
) pital.

: Mr. and Mrs. James Hart 'and ,S

son, Michael are vacationing in
our oldest city, St. Augustine,

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LARGE NUMBEROF multiple catches, too. All the gist term "residence specificity -v* * ..'** ws .er

multipe fish, all catches but two were being salt water sea ," l Jackson's Toddle l Inn l
TAGGED bass. Three carried $500 tags, Zone total in the Schlitz derby I
the rest $25 tags. I are as follows: Zone 1122
fish, $11,627; Zone 2, 202 fish,
FISH CAUGHTTAMPA The big tagged hauls were : $4,837; Zone 3, 361 fish, $10,450; Registration 1963.64
brought In by Lt. Col. Sidney J. I Zone 4, 318 fish, $11,383. There y
An unprecedented Hocke Ft. Benning, Ga., 12 fish I have been six $1,000 catches,
number of multiple catches of worth $325; Richard Rocke St. three of them in Zone 4. Best August 18 'to August 31
Schlitz-tagged fish was report. Augustine {9 fish worth $250; catches of tagged red snapper 1
ed as the Schlitz 1963 Florida Donna C. Steinbeck, St. Augus during this year's derby have Daily from 10' 7 p.m. I I
Fishing Derby moved into the tine, 7 fish worth $175; Priestly been in Pensacola, where 21 '
final two weeks in central FlorIda Schmidt, St. Augustine,, C fish have been reported. '
(Zone 3)) and into the final worth $150; James S. Andrew, Kindergarten ages: 3 to 5 /. year :. ., ,! .
weeks In north Florida
St. Augustine, 4 fish worth Spaces available in all ..
(Zone 4.) Statewide totals in $100 and several persons who FW KENT2BEDROOM group
the derby to date are 1,333 fish brought In catches of two and ,. ". II
worth $38,297.A three Schlitz-tagged specimens.The APT. New building First Second Third Grades .
references, deposit. OX I
record 12 Schlitz fish were
multiple catches have 1-0798. Spaces available in regular classes
snagged by a military officer been reported to State Board of I .
from Georgia fishing in the vi Conservation research personnelas I All Remedial Classes FullSATURDAY ,
cinity of St. Augustine which data for their studies of fish :
Advertise It !
was the locale of the other habits, notably W at fish biolo i i

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27th A ve. at 54th St.

NEVER CLOSED - .- Prices Good Thru/ July 27lk Weller's AG Store Only
... .- .- .. .- -- \:. -' - -, -..-.- -- -,-- '.
Pork Chops 29t Ground Beef Ib 290

Pork Back Bone 250 Sausage Ib 590

Short Ribs lb 39c Ib 25t

Chuck Roast lb 390 Cheese i Ib: 59

_', ", .,. "'. :or'

::Produce ::- FrozenDairy[
Sugar 5 Ibs 49
Limes Boz 250
SUNSHINE SWEET-WITH$5.00 ORDER OR MORE Farm House Assorted Flavors
31bs 250 Coffee 6 oz 79 6 OZ. KENDALL

Onions 3 ibs 330 BAKE RITE OR JEWELShortening Lemonade 100
GREEN 3 lbs 59* Georgia
Cabbage lb" 80
46 OUNCE DOLEPineapple Watermelons
300 RIVAL Juice 29
Dog Food 3-39* 39C up

We{[Cash Payroll Checks Cold Beer At All Times 24 Hours DAMCOMPLETE

Charcoal 20 Ibs 890 Peaches-Halves 25
White Meat Tuna Z90 Vienna Sausage 1ge21J'a

Pork&Beans '.
49C Cream Corn 2 for 29c
: Floor 5 lbs 39t Starch 2 Qts 25c
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:t'C'7t.'h""T'' ;

I Recreation News 'Slayer of Service\Station Attendant Gets Life ,< I

Eugene A. Parks found gull. to life Imprisonment Friday by L
ty of last degree murder in Circuit Judge Thomas E. Lee.
i the March 13 slaying of Harold c I
Floyd Sanford, was sentenced The sentence was handed P
METRO RECREATION BUNC1IE PARK REG down without comment in a I
four-minute court appearance. n
The youth of the North Dade The Metro Dade County Parks I The Dade Circuit Court jury's >"r
community are given the oppor. and Recreational Departmenthad ners were Annine Ruth Hines, mercy recommendation last A t
tunity to participate in a wide a bang-up special event last Tzaradell Williams and Jo Ann month made the life sentence N
variety of interesting activities Friday. Their annual Little Ladies Gloster. Next week's tourna-
mandatory. .
here at the Metropolitan Dade and Gents Dress up Day. ment will be a ping pong tour-
Recreation Center. By partici- The event was very well attend.ed nament. Parks, 32,> admitted during his SERVICE
pating in all these activities the and a good time was enjoy. The shortie ina trial that he shot Sanford,
boys and girls are developing ed by all. The shortie girls pre- carrom girls tournament engaged and white, in a filling station at 199 William Pinder, Sr.
capacities for the full enjoy- sented a skit with Teresa Barton the results were: Patricia S. Dixie Hwy. but said that the Professional Piano Tuner
ment of life. characterizing Miss Dawseyand Bloodsuw, Uena Miller\ and .22 caliber revolver fired accidentally '
Special tribute is due the staffof Eloise Taylor characterizing Theresa Britt. Next week's as he and Sanford And' Repairer
the center and the Metro Miss Bannerman. The Jurv- tournament will be kiklt. wrestled for the gun. lIe said 1935 N.W. 153rd St.
Dade County Recreation Depart. ior girls and boys participatedin
ment for their well planned the program by presenting a The junior l/oys contested he went to rob the station for Opa-locka
leadership and direction of sucha tumbling exhibition. each other in archery with money to buy wine. Phone MU 83770THE
Samuel Wilson, first followedby
program. After the program the little Melvin Butler and Keith
Without the able leadershipof ladies and gents were judged by Miller MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
volunteered play leaders the Barbara Dallis, Paulette Williams -
program could not lie success- h and Gwendolyn Hagers, a There will be a county-wide SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1963 PAGE 7 I"l -
ful. Some tribute is due these part of our leader club. The softball hitting contest n ext1IondaYi
young people who are membersof winners were Eloise Taylor, Tuesday and Wednes- I l allllNiM Office Treatment of
the leaders club. They give Rena Miller and Marsha Williams : 1 those interested in ;
The gents were Richard competing, sign up with .
their time to serve as aides to your RUPTURE COST '
recreation leaders. Hardy, Michael Miller and leader before the end of this PILES
Allen Hardy. For the remain- week.
Special commendation is due der of the afternoon the children Rectal Dispenses, VarleoMe Veins, l'ro
The special event for n ext
Mate-No lost time-Dlnrnrd Truss
to the following leaders: Sadie watched a movie and sip-
week will be Talent Show.
a Upon Correction of itn ,tnre.
Norris, Anna M. Reed, Ida Phillips ped punch. The Bunche Park staff consist Reducing

Aaronlyn Armstrong, June Prior to the special event, the of Miss B. Dawsey, M. Banner DR. LONG'S CLINIC
Brownlee, Ronald Kinsey, Dora junior girls indulged in a man, W. Bell and V. Miller. E. IKI5 I H.W. iNt St.-FK 32748. A general health nervier
thy Wilburn, Arnetta Phillips, checker tournament. The win- Cambridge, center director.
Tyrone Wells, Phillip Hafler,
Irvin Smith Bernard Holley _.-
- ----
Harold Portlock, Geraldine Grif
fin, Essie Jackson, Clifford
Snell, Charlie Paige, Ernestine ,
Kemp and Elva Evans. .
Junior and senior boys lead. e
ers, Jacob Greene is busily
whipping his boys into shape
for another meeting with Hia-
leah's Seminola Center team. I !
Plans are underway for a ,.
calypso carnival which will be i / ? It
the special event for this Fri-
day. Games, prizes and contest
will be provided. A limbo con- t
test will be held and a prize .eU
will be given for the most au- U
thenic 'calypso costume worn. '

Mrs. Marie Floyd has announced -
a Summer Dance and I
Baton Twirling program to be + y AA
held this Friday night in the ., I ':
North Dade High School gym. 1.t--:: f : r
Tournament winners for this .
week are Larry Walden, checkers -
; Clifford Snell, senior boys
deck tennis and James Snell,
junior boys deck tennis. San-
ford Bradshaw, archery.
\Last week's results in adult
basketball show the Collegiansas
the team to beat. The Col-
legians defeated the Vikings 82-
63. Cyril Clark of the Vikings 82-
still leading In scoring with 25
additional points added to his
already high scoring. Herman
Williams of the Collegians hit 20
points to add to his presently
high ledger. The Boosters defeated e
the Knights 80-G6. James 1/
Keller of the Knights led the -
game In scoring with 25 points. "
He was followed by Everette .e lFtir1AJ.__ _+.. r
23.Moncur of the Boosters with i p-: \\: 1

The Falcons won over the
Locks by a score of 60-52.
Charles "Polly" Paige of the b rr ,. .
Boosters and Floyd Albury of \. h
the Falcons led in scoring with .
13 points each. t ", :
The Collegians are In first H:1\

place at this time with a 3-0) ,. \ .,, : ,,
record. After five weeks of play q ,
Cyril Clark Is the leading individual ; y F
scorer with 100 points;
Jamees Keller has 08 points;
Albert Sands 70 points; Eris
Bain, 68 points and Ernest Hart
60 points. ,

Mme.h : :

Duffie'ft Guest House I II I

The house of clean room '
Open 24 hour NE 4-3851 I '
Seeing U Believing ,

See us for clean room : --
Jamaica Dugie, always a ,

friend 1 :

2941 NW 47th St., Miami .

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Vacation in the Mountain _. J J'f

For complete rest and relaxa- (

tion plan to spend your vaca-
In Hendersonvllle, N.C. :
Private rooms and baths and I ::

the finest food. $6 per day Including _
2 meal" also a cool rest __. :
home lor professionals. .,
HollU Landrum special lightness

710 lt Ave., W. that never sacrifices flavor

Hendertonville, N. C. emt,JM wm MTUCO, MTI IIf1LWAUllU..,iIto o AlII t.'LA,V.A

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-_._-- Under Dr. Moore

I Richard V. Moore was elected
RESS"tiil president of The American
Teachers Association at its 59th
\ Na M1 annual convention in Miami on
y Saturday, July 28, 1902. During
i his brief administration a headquarters
E has peen purchased In
I IPINDER Atlanta, for approximately
*. : $30,000. The firm of Jesse B.
t.: \ Blayton, certified ? r
countant, -
ROY WRIGHT formerly with the T&y( Chain (Club Royalc) Auburn Ave., N.E., _
swell at Bill Sawyer's May, Elizabeth Lounge. His audited all funds of
is doing a Job } tion and made
stand as head bartender covers much rr pre than the name. Royis I I to be followed by the '
well liked and known by many. Hi ';.lounge headquarters is secretary and

the spot where you'll find NOWELL CRV&:and KERMIT COOP The president,
ER, the pair, part of the trio that keeps this spot busy. We thinka six members of the 1
mike would help "Mr. K", the voice a little . LINTON BER- tion, was present at ---- ,
above represents an eye always open to possible
RIEN, the popular musician who knows his ivories, is departingfor nedy ence at called the White by Community group Improvement investments to spur the Negro
New York Friday, July 26. His stay will be brief. His engage 200 educators from an investment club economy.
ment, musically speaking for the BETTY MUNLIN-FRED SEYMOUR ca were invited. In all over the Reading from left to right,
ATA has been Besides Investing In seated are Prince Farrington,
III altar trek Aug. 11. every other important and speculative stocks treasurer; Jesse L. Nash, vice
-.----PBBIRDLAND ence dealing with also his a civic side chairman; Benny L. O'Berry,
In the Mary Elizabeth Hotel, home of DIZZY problems today.A several community pro chairman; Garth C. Reeves, assistant -
JONES CONTINENTALS, is giving Second Ave. the look of way In the planning stage. secretary and J. Henrico
significant Davis, secretary.
back when the Rockland Palace, Ritz Theatre long lines and the bership is forecast group was organized Standing': Phillip Wallace,
Harlem Square one nighters were the swing; something new is 29, 1961 with a total William Manker, Charles Young
happening when they like the way you do it; when PHIL HAR- At the end of the I members. It later grew and Ralph White. Not shown in
convention, July the the is Richard Smith.
Today, organization photo
with good one
RIS' Rockland Amateur Hour would come up a which is scheduled
of 10 stable members The group plans to launchits
the floor would be showered with coins. At Birdland Sunday I Dallas Memorial closely the financial first public affair Oct. 11 at
evening the ladies took a delight in walking up to the cool, young Dallas, Texas, Dr. of the community with Bayfront Park Auditorium.-
Picot, president-elect I .." '..ti'E -i-i-"i--
looking babyhfaced member of the DELMARS group and greased American Teachers -'i--- s.i.-s. i.- .i.-a a. i-fr-VY- -
his palms with greenbacks. It was my first to see this. I under- and executive s
stand It's nothing new when. entertainers make a hit like the Virginia State Must Be Sold !
Delmars did with "I Love You." ation, will assume
president and Dr.
THAT BENEFIT TEA Ihe DRS. SIMPSONS put on for board Of directors as
Christian Hospital was a humdinger. Many of his associates from past-president.

the medical staff at Mt. Sinai Hospital were there to make it a --
(He's the Richmond Heights Drug smiling nugget) are planningfor It ............ -4115 NW llth Place--3 bedroom, stove refrig.

their Aug. 17th Christ The King (Catholic) Church date . 19-5AF -4121 NW llth Place 4 bedroom, 2 bath, stove
CHRISTINE TURNER and SYLVESTER SMITH had their lawn refrigerator
double ring ceremony July 16 . DORIS BURROUGHS and -- in
DONALD (Scooter) HYLOR July 6th St. John Baptist Church 4232 NW llth Place 2 or 3 bedroom, air con.

altar date . The Gleaners Social and Civic Club's 17th anni- ditioned, stove and refrigerator.

versary ball is a Bayfront audit Saturday nite date. BILLY THINK! 1250 NW 43rd Street 3 bedroom. $75 month
ROLLE orch. will make your feet patter. GEORGE CAMBRIDGEis THINK!
the president and CLYDE CURRY, VP. .
MUCH COULD BE !SAID about tho well planned 43rd ionic that NEW HOMES
gave our city many of the nation's top figures in Zeta Phi Beta
greekdom. To the local chapter and Sorors like its president, 919 NW 47th Terr. 3 bedroom, 2'bath. No
JUANITA PINCKNEY, MARIAN SHANNON and many others qualifying.
whose untiring efforts made it a grand success down to the end.
Your favorite corsage and orchid go to yo'all-PRESS . As BEAUTY 1360 NW 75th St. 3 bedroom, 2 bath. $13,500.
guests of Soror WILLIE MAE COLSON, GAYNELL GROSS of $86 month.

Norfolk, Va. and ELEANOR SUMMERS and hubby of Key West WIG .
along with HENRY McKINNEY and LEROY ALBURY reportedthe
43rd Boule anniversary ball, a grand affair . COLEEN McKINNEY CHURCH OR HOME
returned from her New York vacation Tuesday. She HI .
1252 NW 43rd Street. Must see. $19,900.
had regards from her nephew CARL RIOU and family of West
bury, Long Island, N.Y. He's planning a summer vacation here 3605 Grand Open Sat. and Sun. WI 5.9886

next month. .....,................. .,......... ... .... ....... J ... .... .... .... ,

GLASS WILSON is due back from that Nassau
vacation: by time this is read . MAXINE LOUISE JOHNSONand

ADAM MONROE are mailing invites to their Aug. 18th dateat I & I Drug Department Store
St. Matthew's Baptist Church. Compositions of Greig, Chopin,
Schumann and Schubert is what the 8th musical Soiree of Geor.
W. Carver branch YMCA will offer when consultant CHARLES 1410 N.W. 62nd Street PL 7-7954

JONES stage this Sunday Aug. 11 affair at the Breezeway of the
15th Ave.' home of the 'Y'. Sounds good. We need more of this COME IN FOR YOUR FREE 'RECORD. NO

type of entertainment.PB .

FLAGLKR DOG TRACK did It again. Another flrnt, when
they coupled two dogs in the 5th box (meaning No. G that's where
e.;; the entry broke from and won) In the Oth race of their 11-race Special This Week Only
Feef Iron and Wine Tonic
card Tuesday evening. It was something new here to fans. Many TRANSITOR ,
were not up on entry running and when it won fans were (pint)
not sure of that No. 5 with other dogs. However it all ironed out "For Tired Feeling"
to one thing you'll see more of this at Fabulous Flagler. The 9 volt' Reg. .69 29<

crowd at this favorite Intercity spot continue to display their reg.

liking and admiration,.of its, beauty with hopes of ,greater hap- 98
penings real .soon .. Cool, comfortable Satellite Lounge, 7th ELLA FITZGERALD now
Ave. in the Jackson-Byron Bldg., home of WILLIAM" "Bill1 I'' $1.98

HARRIS is where summer prices prevail year-round. Miamians .
who know how fine conditions are here extend the greeting and Hair Pomade -
meeting spot for that break when you desire to get away and
do something different in a congenial atmosphere-It's here at Rubber Face Sponges

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"Write' Congress Drive" Starts . f
I Killens' Knight. Beat

NAACP Urges Florida Units To Organize entertains Clyde you this weekend

( Support For Civil Rights Legislation with . .f;1

"The Florida State Confer- to Congress by President John letters to those Congressmen a
I ence of NAACP Branches has F. Kennedy. W. Saunders, and Senators who are known to
,I started a campaign to floodFlorida's with Florida Field Secretary for support the Civil Rights legislation : ,I
Congressmen NAACP announced. ," he continued. "In this' I
I messages from citizens In this "We are calling on all organizations way, It will be known to both1', ,:..
who the entire
I state support church ''groups, Youth sides that Negro citizens In,
Civil Rights package submitted Councils and NAACP branches Florin and many whites, are op., ,
I to urge Negroes especially, to posed to the filibuster and to,
.. write to their representativeseven the thinking of some elected
t 'N I IL Democrats Boatride though we know that such representatives of this State" he
"" I letters not have any affect said.
''Y may
'.;;: Goes Over on changing their votes, Saun-
.. "The drive has .
t > # : ders said. already started -
: ;
'o'jf' < ;, I Dr. E. A. Ward, chairman of. with many branches drafting
"... "Our communications to all sample letters for distributionto
',:''$ the Dade County Young Democratic
j. ,
""''''' \ '' Boatride Committee, has groups will also ask, as a counter local organizations," the
"i:_ reported a net profit of $228.21 measure that they also send NAACP official announced. e.
a 4a #
Musical on"the July 3 affair. 1
The committee reported ticket f
sales of $458 and expensesof I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
Soiree ConsultantCharles 22979. Some tickets are still
outstanding. The board of directors SATURDAY, JULY 27,, 1963 PAGE 91 rY 'yrj

H. Jones, cnoral director will meet at 8 p.m. to- .......
at North Dade High nite (Friday) at 5841 NW 9th it
School, will serve as music con Ave to get a final boat ride report -
sultant for the Eighth Annual and to make plans for the
YMCA Musical Soiree to be held November "Night of Games." LI B-'CI1Y

August 11, 4:0: p.m. In the
Breezeway of the YMCA.
Mr. Jones a native of Wilmington Musicale and THEATREOX DoDo GreenNight
Dela., is a Product of Award DayThe DRIVEIN
the public schools 0 club singing sensation
ton, received his B. A. degree at Educational Departmentof 1-7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.
Delaware State College and the South Florida Elks, IBPOE from Greenwich, N.Y. Adm.
M. A. from New York Univer- of W Annual Musical and Fri. & Sun. $1.25. Sat, $1.50
During his teaching career Sun- NOW SHOWINGThe
sity. Award Day will be held
Lan .. ... -- -- """- -- ..
he has held positions at e: day, August 11, 4:0-6:30: : p.m. on - ; r
College in Tennesscee, the public the beautiful lawn of the true SUNDAY
schools of Wilmington, and Range Funeral Home, 5727 NW REGULAR
Pettstown, Pa. He has.served as 17th Ave. Feneflts go to Schol- story of Lt. MATINEE 5-9 p.m.
Church Choir director in Wilmington arship Fund. Come out and Mn} F. Kennedy's kk1 nite Ama-
Pottstown, Brooklyn, have a big evening of enter- every
New York City and presently is tainment.-Zeke Brady, report. incredible teur Nite. Every Thursday. ,
organist at the Church of The er. Aug. 3
adventurein Ladies Nite. Admission freeto
Incarnation in Miami.
Mr. Jones is affiliated with Personal Mention the t all the above activities.

the National Education Association South Pacific! ......... ,, -...
Dade County Teachers Association Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith
and the Music Educators returned from a week's vaca- COMING NEXT WEEK
National Bimini, Bahamas, reporting .-
Conference. tion at [ lfr O@g)
Compositions by Chopin, a very enjoyable visit. Big all-star show with stars
Schubert and Schumann The Smiths with their child- to be named next week.
wile featured. Selections will ren, Derrick, Aaron and Paul-
be rendered by outstanding talent ette spent the remainder of J ,.. ---....... -"""- .,..,..,
of the community. their vacation In Key West.
Tickets: may he secured from Mrs. Smith is in charge of the L//k\/ Coming August 9-10-11
the sponsors or ,by calling the downtown office of The Miami I : ,. -- ----,- ,'"
YMCA office, OX 1-60231. Times.
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Pain is a Warning ,'French Students Entertained I

A group of students from
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This column is prepared loupe were entertained infor-
mally on Saturday evening, July Dressed College
nt the VA Office, 984 w.
20, at the home of
Flagler St., :Miami, for information Stewart. Girls in America
CORNER of Veterans in this area. ,

.._,. ,.,. ,. ,... ..,.,. ,. ,... .. ...... .._ ... ,. .. These students are visitingthe Glamour's Ten Best Dressed
_. __ .... .... ....... .... ....... ....u. -4..j"o! .>II '-" u.... .-'. .,ff.Z.Z.S.I .' United States as guests of College Girls in America are
a .: the U S. State Department and nominated by their schools-a&
HOW SWEET IT IS When 73 the annual
you are ::
: ; are accompanied by two inter. young women who honestly en-
will be
rate 94300.
During the first week of July, And Just in case you don't t. ; :ij preters and a foreign service of. joy their good looks without
one of the Miami VA Contact think will live that long, ficer. being preoccupied by them.
Representatives received an ur Then, to be chosen by Glamour,
our latest mortality saya q.-
Present at the gathering were
show highly
gent call from a widow who who has reached 43 each must
man age Etienne Fenrose,
DK JAY GfJTfERRBZ Michel Bocaly, with
had her June benefit checks. expect to live another 31.18 By Fred Francois-Eugene from individualistic, a strong

After obtaining the check num years. Why is it that chiropracticin Martinque; Aidy Mayoute, sense of fashion.
ber so that tracer could }be
This year's Ten Best-Dressed
cases of constipation, head- Jacques Loial, Luigy
initiated, the Contact Represe- QUIZ CORNERQ.
College Girls have been chosen
sentative called the widow to aches, bronchitis, neuritis, rheumatic from Guadeloupe; Hans Bergan
A veteran I have been and Duncan Campbell, State and Glamour introduces themto
advise her of the procedure. his phy- and a wide range of vary issue
treating, as personal escortinterpretersand the nation In the current
Since he has been doing this sician, has asked me to get a ing ailments so often succeeds Alec France, Foreign Ser- the annual College issue.
work for a number of years, he and lab after other methods have
report of VA X-ray relief vice officer. Also Paulette Hop- In addition to their obvious
was only slightly) surprised at studies made at a recent exam give permanent kins, Faye Williams Regina good looks, you discover they
her reply. "Oh, I found t hatcheck How do I get this information All vital organs of the body, Jollivette, Venda Ret Harris, also reflect the sometimes not-
after I called you to report from VA? heart, lungs, liver, stomach, Henry Young, Melvin Ladson so-obvious seriousness of to-
it. My grandson had takenit
out and planted it in the A. Have the veteran com- kidneys, bowels, etc. function and Mrs. Weida Mae Marsh, sister day's college students. Meet the
flower bed." plete a VA Form 3288 authoriz. because of their nerve supply.. of Samuel Stewart, visiting mfses Glamour' has chosen the
the release of Informationfrom This supply frequently is corrupted from Ocala. Ten Best-Dressed College Girlsin
THOUGHT FOR TilE DAY ing his records. Or a letter when the spine, containing I America in the August issueof
numerous important nerve The boys expressed their Glamour. They model new
If you are a World War II may be used by the veteran in centers, become mlshapen or thanks through their Interpreters fall fashions for you and share
veteran, carrying 5-year level lieu of the form. The forms, any of its 21 individual hones to Mr. and Mrs. Stewart I with you some of the fashion
available the
premium term insurance, your however Miami VA are Office.LACKLAND at displaced. Such displacement and Rose Marie for the courtesies know-how that put them Into
annual premium rate at 43 (the however may alter the nerve extended. the Ten Best-Dressed selection!
average WWII vet's age) for a supply to the vital organs, up-
$10,000 policy is $108.89. set their regularity of function
I and cause many different kindof Got Spare Room Rent?
When you are 53 the annual sickness. a you want to
rate will be 8230. A Miami
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When you are 63, the annual II
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and restore normal functioningof Be
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Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Ingram has completed his initial basic Lady attendant on duty.
of 2366 NW 75th St., Miami, in military training here.
being reassigned to Greenville He is a 1D63 graduate of

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1 .: :,,, : : : UU I I Ministers to Breakfast at Roosevelt S & L I
: I 1',1 \ ," d; I'' 1'""I; ""' h"'b,"!,,,,!,,,,,,,,Vtjm;.."'k',"', ,.' :
Dr. Elmer A. the
Ward then
In addition who fourth of Since
QI presidentof to Dr. Ward, July. 11
: ';) :: 1 Roosevelt Savings & Loan I will welcome the guests on behalf institution first fully integrated -

day morning, August 1 at 8a.m. roster will Include Atty and for- chartered by any Southern state ,
:, breakfast for more than 75 lead- mer State Representative John -has made healthy progress in '
Ing Negro and white clergymenfrom B. Orr, Jr., Roosevelt chairmanof its originally conceived plan to 1
Tl I..TI 1IJP: Miami and environs. The the board. Improve and cement bi-racial ,
I' I.. breakfast will be held at Roosevelt The party takes place almosta relations throughout the area, In

... iJJ''i, ,;,l"j.I.j': ', ,' :_.. \1r '/'' '.' .. headquarters, G015 NW 7th month to the day since Roosevelt the community It serves as wellas
.) ':' ',W'\ \N''i! ,"' '') ' '1\1;'';\ t i Ave., Miami, before the savingsand opened for business on the within Its own walls
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: .
"' '" ,\ ,,, , { ; c', '
(" / : : loan
; ' : ';t>}, Its doors for the
-'f-\.r;; ; "' opens
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f; :, , (\tt 1t.(1 '${;! \ : :,''.''H\IiyI:; ,'} \rr'; ''
" "".':'i,I1 f\, ,' : : (' +';f' V I, Zi Z\ regular business day.
: ,
' ; ; i : ,
." !;:r:; j .''(': 'i .I'fl. :,:!WiJi'i.',\\it :i) ;" 'P\"ii'Jji;" "' "itri;;':.\k1<' 'r: Among the prominent Invited NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. ST. LUKE AME

.",', .:. :Yr,,., ,., :,
, ,,: ." ', '" 'lY'lI' guests are Miami's Catholic W. E. Sims, pastor 1809 NW Ave.
, >., , :: , \ & \ ", -' :'Ii Bishop
,; " " " : Coleman F. Carroll, A. L. Stephens, reporterOur Rev. James A. Grisby, pastor
: H lll: rJ'tt.'t: ,; ., ',' chairman
:' ; : of the new commun- pastor expresses deep ap Miss Joyce Fayson, reporter
t '; : ", 'J
:: N: ; .' ity relations bi-racial committee appreciation and thanks for the The Lord has been good to
: i;;1 the Rev. Theodore Gibson, cooperation shown during the the members of St. Luke. Againour
head of Dade NAACP, Luther Installation Services. pastor gave us two won-
Pierce, executive director of the Vacation Bible School w a" derful sermons. With choir No.
Greater Miami Council of well attended and many, many 1 rendering the music. Alsoon
Churches, Rabbi Joseph Narot thanks to the volunteer teach- Sunday five children were
of Temple Israel and Father J. ers of our church. baptized by the pastor.

F.Roman Kiernan Catholic of Holy Redeemer Prayer meeting for Revival The Pioneer's Club of Miami

Church. begins July 21)( 8 p.m. Preaching worshipped with us In the

The early bird affair Is first begins Monday night after the morning service. Friends are always
In a projected series of special first Sunday, Aug.( 5 throughthe welcome to worship: withus
events planned by Roosevelt In 9th. The public Is Invitedto in all services.
services.A .
attend these
a long-ranige: program designed :
to acquaint the community with I glorious time Is expected NEW BETHEL BAPTIST
I the advantages: disadvantagesand at our church, Sunday at :3 p.m.
Intricacies of savings, home The No. 1 choir of Greater New 1571 NW 68th Terrace
: loans and other financial tran- Bethel, Rev. W. K. Smith pas Rev Ernest Williams, pastor
sactions. tor, and the No. 1 choir of New Deacon Fred Williams reporterOn

Hope Baptist, Rev W. E. Sims, last week we were honored -
pastor will be In a Battle of to have at our church the an-

BAHA'I ASSEMBLY Songs. We are looking forwardto nual Sunday School Convention.
trtt w w i % your presence.We Delegates and Christian friends
I The naha'i Assembly of Miami are continuing in prayer from all over the state and the
will present another ses- for our sick and shut-ins. The Bahamas were In attendance.
a I I sion in Its program of religious I public Is always welcome to Many songs were sung and

SY i discussions, 8 p.m. Sunday, July worship with UHf many prayers were said, and
4a 28. The !subject; of this session all of the services were most
will be: "The Promises of God." edifying. The convention was
The public is cordially Invitedto ST. JAMES A. M. E. well attended and everyone
seemed to have enjoyed himself.We .
attend. Phone Secretary, Fit 1815 NW 65th Street

1-5120, for further Information. Rev. J. 11. Blncknell, pastor would like to take this

II. E. Copleland, reporter method to thank all the mem-

44V GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Sunday, July 21, was a ban bers and friends for their cooperation
S ner inspirational} day at "The for making this convention
Rev. William Savoy, pastor Friendly Church." BoRlnnlnc a success.
Last Monday we greatly enJoyed with Sunday School at 0-ao: with This Sunday morning the No.
the "Midsummer Musi- a large enthusiastic group of 1 choir will render the music
cale" which featured outstanding youth, children and adults at- and Sunday night the No. 2.
vocal and Instrumental solo tending. Sunday, July 28 is our Youth
ists. It was a tremendous program The pastor was away at the Day Wont you come out and
Mm"iW5 \ and we thank membersand 11 Vcbck service to deliver the Join the youths?
l friends for I _._ ._
making possiblethis Men's Day sermon at Trinity I -
?'MIWI fine treat. Methodist Church. Our 11 a.m, Men's Day At
delivered l/yr Rev
sermon( was!
'TaW ? Last Tuesday evening wo William Washington win stir Temple Baptist
% were to lead worship for
happy the v.rtuij and
ring sermon; on
6* the celebration of God. Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor
wisdom of "Finding
Rev A. H. Griffin, who has All roads will lead to
The Y" I Chcii' umlr thldirec' '
I i been pastor for 20 years at New Ian ;ot Mrs Ann Smim, Baptist Church this Sunday

PrimitivelBaptist to Meet in JaxvilleOver Shiloh Church. Missionary Baptist furnisn .1 i the music 1 lor this, when tile the seventh membership annual will Men's observe -
their mimbJYouth. l l" Ware 'e!
10,000 ministers, deacons Rev. P. D. Brantley of Miami, The pastor and his family are ce fr.t ,.v glud to i1\: ',' Mis. Day of the church.
delegates and friends are president of the national con- visiting relatives and will eag Smith serving again after a The guest speaker of the 11
expected to attend the National vention, urges all delegates to erly return to Miami before the lengthy Illness. a.m. worship service will be one
Primitive Baptist Convention in come with full reports, open fourth Sunday of August. of the younger leaders of tho

Jacksonville August 21-25. minds, and contrite hearts. this Sun- COMINU KVKNTH community In tho person of
The guest preacher
The headquarters for the day morning will be the outstanding The Annual Men's': Day obser Garth C. Reeves, managing edItor -
convention will be at the Mt. The theme of the meeting is Elder C. IJ. vance on the second Sunday In of the Miami Times and
Olive Primitive Baptist Churchof I "Evangelism, the World-Wlde Rock The clergyman Youth Fellowship October More about this later. vice president of the recently organized -

which Rev. J. M. Dixon is Mission of the Primitive Bap- will lead evening devotions.Let Also the youth of the church Roosevelt Savings &
the host pastor. I fist Church." arc In high gear making= prep Loan Association. Other well-
'1 I us all contribute our Interest arations and raising funds for known personalities will also
and support In the church their annual trek to Jacksonville appear.
ZION HOPE BAPTIST TRANSFIGURATIONFr. anniversary drive. Mr. Harold for the State TH! Institutethe The male chorus, under the
Hlgg, our chairman, asks for second; week In August. leadership of Bro. Rubin Hep-
5129 NW 17th Avenue Ellsha: S. Clarke Jr., vicar your cooperation and thank all Please help them to go. burn Is well prepared to do tho

Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor memlkrs and friends who havo As always, you will receive singing.
Annual Patronal
Stella Mae Flowers, reporter The Sixth helped us splendidly thus far. a cordial and hearty welcome Tho Youth choir, Miss Edwina -
Festival of the Church of the at St. James AMB "Tha Lord, president, will celebrate .-
Sunday morning our pastor always -
that are
Remember you its first anniversary at
Is drawing
delivered a most needful mes Transfiguration Grace. Friendly Church. Pleas come: !
welcome at 3:30: A number of
p.m. young
sage which was enjoyed by nigh. The schedule is as follows Ringing groups arc expected to

everyone. : participate and a very interest-
The No. 2 choir rendered the 5 the Cr m. InK? program has iken planned
at Celebrate
Monday August
song service. I don Park ,Beach Church annual Mars Hill to for the occasion.
Our was also
evening message The feature of the evening
motorcade the
delivered by our pastor No. 11 picnic; from service is a 20-minute musicale

choir was in charge of the ser church ust 0 the vicarage Feast at of 10 the a.m.Trans Aug Second AnniversaryThe t o be presented ,by the male

vice.On figuration; Low Mass at the vicarage invitedto Refreshments will be servedto chorus. You are most cordiallynvltcd
entire public to spend} the day at
Saturday afternoon the 7 a.m.; Solemn Evensongand Church this fourth everyone after the affair.
Junior choir will be in chargeof Benediction of the Blessed Mars 3 The The address of the church is Temple.
28 at
the kitchen at the church Sacrament, 8 p.m.; Friday August Sunday, will July be observing p.m. the 2155 NW 68th St.FRIENDSHIP. MT. CARMEL BAPTIST
The public Is invited to stop 9, a Mid-summer Dance at church One of ,
and make this salea Terrace Starlightroom 2nd year anniversary. Blessed Jesus is
by help us the Biscayne the main highlights of the affair M. B. assurance
success. Biscayne Blvd. Donation will be the retirement of mine. Oh what a fore taste of
We are praying for the sick $1.25. Also a trip to BImini for astor Strickland and the Installation Rev. J, E. Jenkins, pastor glory devlne.
and shut-in. two for the door prize. of the associate pastor Sunday services were very The No. 2 choir will close: Its

C. W. Preston as full mInIster -I enjoyable with our pastor delivering anniversary on Sunday evening.
Sunday, August 11, Solemn of the church. a most powerful, spirIt. And wo are asking all friendsto
ST. MARY'S W M. High Mass, procession and Ser ed sermon for our a.m. service come and share with us In a
at 10:30: a.m. at the North be furnished by I good
Rev H. V. Stuart, pastor mon Music and our own Rev. Stanley Johnson lemclass
Dade High school auditorium.This choir, the Il Tuesday
Miss Major reporterOn the Young Peoples delivering the evening ser- every
will be the highlight: of Jerusalem Quintet, the sensational mon and he preached as never night from 7 to 8 p.m.; prayer
last Sunday services were the Patronal Festival. Following Wonders the ZeIgler before Sunday, July 28, at 7 meetings Tuesday Remember -
enjoyed by all. Special guests this service dinners will be Brothers and the guest soloist is a.m. at Virginia Beach we will all our members and I
were Unique Chapter 115 of the sold at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. Demps. again have baptismal services. Christian friends during their
Eastern Star, the pastor, offi- I Mrs. John Johnson, 15850 NW Friday, July 20, at 8 p.m. the hour of bereavement. Remember 1
cers and members take this 18th place and at 5 p.m. the Pa I Rev. Alonzo Anderson and con the sick and shut-ins.
method in saying thanks to the tronal Festival program at the NEW PROVIDENCERev. gregation of Community Center j
chapter for worshipping withus home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry will] have charge of services !
and all other vlstors as you Nabbie, 2501 NW 153rd St. C. J. Burney, pastorSis. with the famous Southland NEW MT. MORIAH
know you are always welcomeat Claudia Wilson, reporter Singers and the Greater Mace !
New Mt. Moriah the
the little church with the big information please
heart. For any Clarke NU 1-3393. Don't miss Sunday afternoon, donia Male Chorus on program church, where the public Is
call Father July 28. We are expecting a before preaching and on Sun always welcome to worship.
We are glad to have the sup- is invited to all of grand time. The ushers boards day, July 28 at 3 p.m. usher The No. 1 choir will be celebrating
erintendent of the Sunday The public and activities. We will celebrate their first anniversary board No. 3 with Bro. J. E. its anniversary begIn-
School back from summer the services for The Rev. G. W. Phillips, Wright as president will] observe ning the 26th thru the 28th of
Bullard. will be looking you. Ft. Lauderdale Friendship Day. A musical program with musical
school. He Is John of New Hope in July a program on
Sunday there will be testI- We, the members of the will deliver the message. If you will be presented for your Friday night and the Rev.. Albert
mony service. church wish to extend to o u r miss it you will miss a treat. entertainment featuring many McCraney of Mt. Aaron
the Vicar a very blessed and happy Come early for a seat. Time, 3 famous singing groups of the and his church Sunday ,after-
Sunday at committee 4 p.m.' will Ways cele- birthday which is July 30. We p.m. Also pray for the sick and city. You are invited to these noon at 3:00: to preach the ann!

and brate means its first aniversary. The want you to Join with us in sayIng those who are grieved over the and any of our services.: You are Invited sermon. The public la
their loved always welcome. be
this. loss of ones. to with us.
public is invited.

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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1963 In sad and loving memory of THSIIII
my dear husband and father,

.., ...Y ..., ( ,"".

CARDS ... MEMORIALS <,;, i banker./ . r i lY

>; 1 + i

A 1't' 1
G2nd St., died July 19. The remains ey , fN/

CARD OF THANKSThe ''N-"MEMORIAM'' were shipped to Dublin,
-: 1 Ga. for final rites. She is sur-

family of the late In memory of ___ ____ 1i vived by her mother, Carrie
LEWIS+ WILKERSONwould ..4. Sneed, three children, three sis
like to express their .4 st, fi ters and two brothers. 3 i
thanks to the many friends t s4 ,. 'wA
who assisted in rendering s ., LIZZIE COLLINS of 1141 A,. .
deeds and acts of condolences ; ,4 h. a 'j NW 3rd Ave., died July 19. The ,r air
during the hour of our bereave. k / Ltody was shipped'to Statesboro, ) ,. d
ment. Our abiding and sincere 1 Ga. for final rites. She is sur-

thanks to those of our friends ,,. ,. , k vived by three daughters, Eliz ,,
who sent cards, telegrams and ?yti abeth Brack, PiccoTa Edwardsand ,
flowers. Heartfelt thanks to the ,1,1L Tannie Loise Collins, a sister -:
Range Funeral Home and its 4 Leola Simmons, a brother,' 'Ir' &,
entire staff for their dignified Charles Jr. Edwards. >"
services, also to the priest and ? XN , h/ ?
memUcrs of the Church of the

Incarnation, Liberty Lodge and ti i ,) ( . > tN WILLIE MAE JETT of 2130 The ROSETTA SULLIVAN,
Temple. May God bless you all y w Service Road, died July 17. MRS.
and light' perpetual shine upon 4, _. oody was shipped to Eufaula, 4635 NW 27th Ave., well known
He leaves to mourn his ; Ala. for final rites. She is sur- citizen died on Sunday at Mercy
you. : OLIVER BURGER vived by her husband, J. C., a Hospital. She came to Miamiin
loss Albertha: Wilkinson, wife: two .n ... h 7 who passed July 30, 10G2. daughter, Willie M. Cumming, a 1938 and has been active in
sons, two brothers, two sisters He left just one year ago, son, George Cummings, a sister church and civic affairs. She is
Just one with the angels her husband,
year Annie P. Palber. survived by
host of relatives and sor-
and a '
friends. a, Just one year In Heaven, Waldemar, two daughters, Ruby
rowing %, Singing around God's throne ANDREW HUMBERT of 1865 Lilly and Doris Williams as
One year ago you said goodbye i NW 73rd St., died July 11. He well as two adopted children,

IN MEMORIAM -----------.......-...----....---.........- yes From this earth you had to go was shipped to Greenville, S.C. three grand children. Services
Rev. Thomas L. Hendersonvho One year seems like a thousand. II for final rites. He is survivedby :Saturday; at 4 p.m. at Salters
In sad but loving memory of Oh how we miss you so. his wife, Blanche, two sis- Chapel with Rev. Benson offi
passed one ago.
my dear daughter and our sis- Though away are the year memory You will always live In our ters, Jessie Sullivan and Mary ciating. She will be in repose
you gone
hearts forever. '
in the chapel
Young. -UtI Friday afternoon
ter&A\ ) of you will always linger
Sadly morning at her
and Saturday
leep within our hearts.
; yy Mrs. Mabel Burger, wife home.
Lelia Henderson And Family I
And Family CARD OF THANKSThe --

;r. IN J MEtiORIAM 1 I IN MEMORIAMIn family of the late, 1498 NW 55th Terr., died
July 18. She lived here more
In sad but loving memory of loving memory of our dear wishes to thank schools, organ. than 35 years. She leaves to
jur .dear sister. husband and father, izations and friends who wereso mourn her passing, a son, Brice
-" -To t kind and sympathetic during and his wife, Virly. a daughter,
''' ,, "''''''l';.[' their hour of bereavement.A Mary Delancy and her husband,
,, 't >, special thanks to Rev. William; four grandsons, three
I I' }
Henry McDowell and family for I grand daughters; 22 great-grand,
. Ai,. their gentle, continuous and un I one great-great grand. Final
kb'"C tiring consolation. rites were held Wednesday,
g July 24 at the Church of God
.<< on NW 2nd Court with the Rev.
y .1 ...... CARD OF THANKSThe Elder Leonard Joseph officiating -

t a I :.
ETHELEEN THOMPSON I family of the late
who departed this life in Nine- .. .
teen Hundred and fifty-nine. ,. BENJAMIN RAHMINGS of
Each flower and leaf may 1221 NW 62nd Lane, died Saturday -
wither, 1 1LX1, p qr fff 9 Mr. Rahmings was a
Each evening sun may'" set, t IE resident for 50 years. He leavesa
But the hearts that loved you 5 wife( Addle, eight children,
dearly, a sister and a brother. lUtes
Are the ones that will never Saturday, July 27 at the Churchof
forget Deliverance.MRS. .
Howard Thompson, father
And Family ,
of 4001 NW 33rd Ave. died Sun

IN MEMORIAMIn ,. .,t day. Mrs. Smith had been a
resident of Miami more than 35
sad but loving memory of I. MRS ESTELLE M. RHODES ... I Il1R. years. She leaves her husband,
our dear sister.FLORIDA who departed this life July 29, \ WILLIAM HENRY CASH Willie D., mother and father,
BELL PEDICANwho lOG1.i who departed this life on July Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Smith, a
departed this life July 29, i We miss you so very much 27, 1959. I I son, Clyde, three sisters, Chris
1954. end will never be the same Gone, but not fOl"glOtten.I I tine Stanley, Ruby Sheppard,
Sing men and angels sing without you. Mrs. Ruth E. Cash, wife Gloria Hanna; three brothers,
For God our Lord and king Until we meet again. James, Charles, I James Gitteon, Willie Moore, tl
Has given us light and spring Mary Ann Mitchell, sister Clarence, sons Johnnie Moore. Services held
And morning breakingNow Five brothers, two children Bessie Demerltt, Gloria Saturday at 2:30: p.m. at the '1
may man's soul arise Four grands, a step mother Richard Jane Shirley, I First Baptist Church of t
Ask kinsman to the skies Maud, Dorothy, daughters Brownsville, officiated by Rev.
_ And God unseals his eyes 11 grandchildren and a host Davis
To an awakening. IN MEMORIAMIn of other relatives and JASPER EVERETTwho
her soul rest in ,
May peace cherished memory of our friends I departed this life July 3,
light perpetual upon MRS. LILLIE BELLE FORDof
may father of
.tear husband and sakes this method extendingtheir
her. May she rest in peace. HENRY JOHNSONwho sincere thanks and appreciation 2184 NW 70th St., died July
Thomas H. Pedican, brother departed this life July 27, IN MEMORIAMIn to the neighbors and :0. Survived by parents, Mr.
And Family and Mrs. Fluellen
19G2. friends who were so kind dur- Ramsey four
and bereavement. children and a sister, Doris
Revered, rememb'ered ing their hours of
loved always, loving memory of our hus- Special thanks to all who sent I Green. Services Saturday at 10
The band and father. cards letters flow- .m. at Mt Calvary Baptist
IN MEMORIAM Family telegrams, ,
Church with Rev. Tarpley of-
--. ers, cars and all other kind
IN MEMORIAMIn gestures of sympathy. Many ficiating.
thanks to friends nieces and
V loving memory of our dear nephews in New York City for QUEEN MARY LOUISE Mc-
husband and '''father e and PIIEE 16, daughter of Mr. and
A ........._.....'..h........ .M............"........,....._.._.._. __. ... ... ... flowers telegrams. Mrs. Felix McPhee who livedat
R "i "i v ;: -::: i w 1 Deacon Thanks Capers to Mrs.and P. Mrs.G. Dunn Perkins , 2933. NW faith St., died sud-

: '. for their untiring'&ssi8\ i Jenlytet herc,home on July 31.
( -
1t :
i r.}:&::: I''t'" ......c j. tance,. the Richardson Funeral She Is also survived by three
.. .\\.'i: .,.' '* brothers, a sister. Services Sat
;! ' ': "". '. Home, the Rdv. Thompson and
, his good people of the Churchof urday at.1 p.m. at Mt. Olivette
i \" ;: 4; Christ. Again thanks. to Baptit Church with Rev Mick-[

\. eg .. everyone for everything. Your ns officiating. She will be in
... kj,. ., ..' kindness will never be forgot repose Friday 2 p.m.
Qj \ae ; ten and may God always bless
7 I : r you. MRS. MATTIE MOORE of
;rM Airs Emma H. Sweeting, 2411 NW 58th St., died July 24.
sister She Is survived by her sisters,
1t\"' t: i Mrs. Exter Everett, wife Vennie Henderson, Viola Dixon,

i'i '''''2't: ::.: ..\'., ..''% -fi fi Mary Todroff and Caldonia
9, 'W ;'t1't' \1.R" Bagiers, two nieces, Mattie Jen
?.,. < l .f t CARD OF THANKSThe kins and Sarah Williams two
nephews Norman
t and Robert
.. ., .i ,..;li'1 \ REV. E. P. BROWN adopted family of the Bailey Services are Incomplete.
'" who died July: 30, 1961 In the late,
e ;! $ \ pulpit at the Mt. Calvary Mis- JOHN "Coffee" LIVINGSTONwho JOHN CAULEY of 3075

'* ". ,, ,,, W. sionary Baptist Church. departed this life July 7, NW 45th St., died July 23. He
. \ '' ><..' >1l >>1.Th, ..:,, .iWi' Gone but not forgotten. and was laid to rest July 13. Is survived by his wife, Idella;
... MRS. ERNESTINE LYNCH \ f .N '1 Blessed are they that keep wish to express thanks and a daughter, Johnnie B. Mitchell,
MOSS t .. 1tS \' his testimonies and that seeK appreciation to their many two stepsons, Albert and Willie
!who i departed this life two years R...""'"''"'_.tx''_:."'''..t't..'':, w y ""w..y. ".."... him with the whole heart. friends for all acts of kindness Bailey, _three sisters and one
.ago, July 22, 1961. BENJAMIN BULLARDwho Mrs. Roberta Brown, wife Special thanks to Rev. C. J. brother, also eight grand child
Gone but not forgotten; may departed this life July 21 Mrs. Earlie B. Keaton, Burney and officers and mem- ren. Services Wednesday 3 p.m.
she rest In peace and may light 1953. daughter bers of New Providence M. B. at First Baptist Church of
perpetual shine upon her. Gone but not forgotten. Charlene D. Keaton, Church, and the House of Albert Brownsville with Rev. Davis officlatlng. -
f The Moss and Lynch Alice Bullard, wife granddaughterErnest for Its untiring service. He will be in repose
Families And Family Hardnett, godson May God bless each of you. Tuesday evening In the chapel.


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CBS cottage with appliances. I
4 A $300 down and $75 month. JT .8.17 ..1'l.Jl'I j.Ir,T-jjjjjjj II>r .r> jTjryjfjri <
Move right in. Life Realty, 4932 On the STAGE every -I
I NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open
Sundays and evenings.

7th Ave. Cor 60th St. ..
PRETTY CBS Appliances,
Awnings, 1 block from Manor JIMMY REEVESAND
Park at 1364 NW 51st St. Only
$300 down and $53 month. Don t 1118
miss this! Life Realty, 4932 NW "Parade of Talent"MUSIC
7th Ave.. PL 9-4371 Open even
FOtt ttfiNT bit
FOR RENT LEASE ings and Sundays. BY
For long or short term, 10 I I II ) FRANK WILLIAMSand
rooms with 20x40 hallway In I
FtlttNtstt) or Uhfufhlshed the dehten Suitable for lawyersor NO QUALIFYING CBS
apt. in Opa-locka area. 1-betl- doctors With a drive in door. home and income. Top locationin See Greater Mami's Stars of TomorrowAndl
room Uhfurttished. $15 week, 2- NEW 4 BEDROOM 2 bath in Manor Park. Both apart- double feature screen show
bedroom Urtfurhished. $18, 1- West Hollywood. mall down ments fully furnished with UJfZ" ..UJ.iI'JI.4I..lJI o .lT.1fJYwJ'fIr1T'1'P1n'I: ': :.........'"'--.

bedroom: furnishea '$21 2-bed- payment, bank financing Call real quality furniture. Price, Got a Spare Room you want to Rent?
rdoffls! .,furhlshed $25. Call MIC- NE 4-0500. indf. down payment and terms are
klns Rental ,Agency.. NB P 4-0500. very reasonable. Must see. Life Try A Miami Times Classified AdHAMPTON

Indf FOR SALELOT. 9-4371.Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL

Brownsvlle Price
t-BEDROOM furnished All area.
apt. $3,500. For Information call PL
utilities downtown area. $18 ef 4-3957. FULLY FURNISHED. Florida F
ficiency, $13. Call Mlcklns Rental r A10 room, garage, large lot on love
Agency. NE 40500. Indf FURNISHED unit apt. houseon ly street in Manor Park. $400
down, $76 month and owner
1 lot 2 bedroom, duplex on
FURNISHED or unfurnishedtwo one lot. 100x130. Lot 5 and 6 near pays closing costs: Life Realty,
or three bedroom house in 7th Ave MU 10235. 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371.

Opa-locka-Bunche Park area.
Require nice, quiet family. month pays all. Drive by NO QUALIFYING Nice
Fenced in yard and quiet 1915 NW list St. Very nice 2- little house. Furnished appli- HOUSE
nelghb rhood For further information bedroom CBS, Fla. room, big ances, air conditioned. Price is
call NA 16654July27 lot, no taxes $300 down, total $6,000, $250 down and $60

_... $9,500. Call Ben-Korl, Realtor month. Life Realty, 4932 NW
714 NW G2nd St. Niter PL 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open even ,yy

NICE, L -bedrdom unfurnished 9-5533. Days PL 4-3431 ings and Sundays. Chef Martin Says . .

apt. Very good loca- BIG FAMILY SPECIAL. Drive r
tion. 6306 NW 15th Ave. Call by 671 NW 50th St. It's cheaperto
FR 1-9797 or NE 4-1886. A3 buy these 2 nice CBS homes, FURNISHED 3-BEDROOM Try our business men's special -
CBS. Price is $8500. $400
get located !before school starts. only
Life luncheons. Meet and
down and $68
$500 down $30 the
EFFICIENCIES and 1-bedroom
4932 NW 7th Ave. PL
apts. Furnished and unfurnished Call A. Ben-Korl, Realtor, 714 9-4371. Open evenings and entertain your guests in our
NW G2nd St. Nites PL 9-5533.
air condition, clean and Sundays.
Days PL 43131.
air conditioned restaurant.
quiet. Adults only. Not the
cheapest but the best. 1231 NW
77th Terr PL 8-9565. Manor Park area. Florida room, SEATTLE, Washington, ele- 4200 N.W. 27th Ave. ,. ,
carporte, air conditioned. Best 'gant English brick home. Top : j
BEDROOM APT. Oak floors, value in town. $150 down. $89 zoned, prestige district. Four NE 3-0611 \'il
tile bath, oven and refrigerator. month pays all. $13,800 total. bedrooms. Full tiled basement. I I"
3193 NW 59th St. HI 81119. Call A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 714 Panoramic view. Two fireplaces, I"'I
NW 62nd St. Nites PL 05533. double plumbing. Large beautl ,.
Days PL 4-3431. ful landscaped lot. Lovely con-
RICHMOND HEIGHTS 2- dition. Unusual vlew-rec room,
bedroom, Florida room, garage, BARGAIN for couples, widow walled In glass, with private
for rent with option to boy. ; or bachelor. Go see 1783 NW entrance. Ideal for entertaining
13710 Van Buren St. HI 8-1119. 42nd ,St. A nice CBS duplex, 1 or subtile business use. Could
bedroom each side. You only accommodate small group or Finest Selections in Miami
pay $23 month with rental. $400 two families. Lease!; $200, sell on
ROOM in quiet,home. Men only. down, Total $9,500. Call A. Ben- assumption $6,000 handle- WI-M
Call PL 8-4925. 1012 NW 75th St. Kori, Realtor. Nites PL 9-5533. Lenore Hartley, 1151 19th E. 'Lovely homes Open
Days PL 4-3431. Phone EAst 3-6262.
CORNER o bedroom house. New Low Down PaymentsEZ
Hot water, frlgldalre and stove, 2 HOUSES for sale In Liberty
sun porch, back porch. 1401 NW City, Very cheap. on '10th Ave. 1IKL1 WANTED TERMS LESS THAN RENT

68th Terr. $22.50. OX 6-239B. Near Grandway, close to school ACTIVE modern retired teacher NEW AREA
and buses. CBS. Call PL 4-6408.
for and primary grade
THEY LAST. 2 bedroom pre
school supervision. Light diversified -
duplex apts. $18 per week. 3-BEDROOMS, 3 baths, all custom duties. Write to Pri- -- --
Phone 633-2429. Dixie Rental built with huge rooms and Times
vate School care ,
Agency, Inc. lot of extras. Garage and Fla. 6740 NW 15th Ave. 1040 NW 39th Street .'" : '
room. Sits on one-half acre 'j* A
- ONE 2 and 3 bedroom apts. and corner. Lots of space. NE 4-4117 -Young Lovely CBS 3 bedroom, Fla. room hardwood ,floors/? .,
u $3,000 down. woman for nursery and $400 down $82 '' month.' A
carporte. $12,000'
houses. :$12 t(> $2$ per week. work. State qualifica per ,
1 Phone ''633-2129.' Dixie Rental CORNER r school total price. H % r', i A+<
r WashingtonPark tions. Write to Private School, ; ( >'
,Agenoy ; 4
" I .,t I." PL, 3rd 4-4408.add. For Mrs.Informationcall Sanders. care Miami Times, 0710 NW 1058 NW>39th Street x
,;:FURNISI ,.OR,* unfurnished 15th Ave.LICENS'ED.
;)Hwo or.three bedroom house in 3-BEDROOM HOUSE, hardwood Lovely 'CBS 3bedroom/ Fla. room,' hardwood I floors,'
'I( lo kn Bunche Park area.
.Require pa- nice :: quiet family. floors, all electric kitchen, Intercom BEAUTY Opera and!? carporte. $400 down. $86 per: month. $12,500

'Fenced In yard and quiet system all over. Many tors. Apply at 4310 NW 7th Ave. total price. '
other extras. Low down
*- neighborhood. For further information pay- Aug3
ment. Call OX 1-5453. A3
'> call NA 16654.AuglO 1140 NW 38th Street

Gorgeous 2 bedroom, Fla. room and garage, on beau
2-BEDROOM HOUSE. ,Hot wa Come in-tryon a WIG tiful landscaped lot. $300 down, $81 month. $10,000
ter, big yard. $20 a week. Also total price.
,4 room house. $12.50 a week. AS A SUMMER SPECIAL
Call Saturday, 2260 NW 62nd ,
1352 NW
41st Street
St. Phone 688-4825. AulO,

BEDROOM, porch, ref rlgera- Lovely corner lot. 2 bedrooms, Fla. room, and many
tor and stove furnished. Hot.' Synthetics' $29.00 extras $400 down, $76 per month. $9,500 total price.
:water. 2315 NW 56th St.
$16.50.1, .:*. ""
refrigerator Blends 49.00 1335 NW 41st Street
1-BEDROOM and porch, -

'2315 NW furnished.56th St.$13.40 a week. Human Hair 89.00 & up 2 bedroom, Fla. room, hardwood floors, and car-

porte. $300 down. No closing costs. $9,000 total price

2-BEDROOM HOUSE or one- These prices include styling and! fitting
bedroom apartment. Nicely Duplex Live rent free
fenced yard Adults only. 1421 -----
NW 55th St.2BEDROOM. Low down payment. FHA terms

Our service prices for YOUR wig All CBS 2-bedrooms. bath each side
HOUSE. Living

room frlgldaire, dining and room stove, kitchen or furnished with- Cleaning $2.50 Styling $5.00 3711-13 NW 14th Ave.

front bedroom (adults). 811
NW 65th St. 3710-12 NW 14th Ave. .':'- ..

NICELY FURN. 1 bedroom apt. Hours: 10-6, Monday and Friday 10.9 .' :
1568 NW 52nd Street
Beautiful all electric kitchen.
Reasonable rent. 4511 NW 14th Closing time on Saturday 5 p.m. f .

.Ave. Apply 1391 NW 45th St.
'VACANT STORE suitable for .
restaurant, U buy-we-frv barbecue HOUSE OF WIGS
5818 NW 12th Ave. Call ( Broker that works for you)

.f L 4-4484. 4600 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 4-0655

Plaza Suite 234
.Biscayne Shopping .i. ,
NICE CLEAN 1 bedroom unfurnished -
(Open Sunday) ; i
..., ',apt. Very good loca- 79th & Disc. Blvd. Upstairs over Walgreen's "
tioL 6306 NW 15th Ave. CaJ1TlJ..J..9797

or NE 4-1886; f -. .'-' I

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I, THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. '::: ::; ; 15 Miamians Wins ScholarshipsWASHINGTON I

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1963 !
. Howard Lewis H. Bland, 2501 NW

Broward I University officials today announced 152nd Terr., North Dade, $1,100.

: the awarding of an unprecedented Vinnie D. Craig, 2764 NE

Phil Ossofer Says I SOCIAL SECURITY County amount of moneyfor 193rd St., North Dade, $1,100.
Re News scholarships to undergraduate
R freshmen as a result of the Prudence Donathan, 2295 NW

Mankind Is one, yet each per- f iyWalter Univrsity's National Competitive 155th St., North Dade, $1,100.

I son Is different. Outwardly we 1CL. ,&::;rr Bowe II I during Scholarship the past school Examination year. Althea McQueen, 2290 NW
differ in tastes, abilities and =
r.J: 155th St., North Dade, $1,100.
In all 128 freshmen will enter -
capacities, yet Inwardly there Is M--..-ODY.Ud.Mf ,
a common relationship, for each Howard's four undergraduate -
'.. --I
r Is created in the image of God. : colleges In September as a
.. Have you checked on your The civic workers of Carver result of the examination on.. TABERNACLE BAPTIST
When we allow the outward social security account In the Ranches and Hyde Park have In scholarships which could total
I differences to cause disunity between last three years? If not, you their possession a petition for $378,400 during the next four Rev J, C. Martin and the
ourselves and our fellowmen Edward P. Blon- and years. Awards of $1,100 per year,
should, says city water for homeowners Carle Gospel Singers' from the
whether it be by color or the Miami designed to cover the entire
creed we disregard the teachings ston, manager of District apartment owners. This Is much cost of tuition and fees, books, New Mt. Calvary Baptist ChurchIn
of Christ. Who said "A (North) Social Security needed In our community. A and living expenses, have been Liberty City and the Male
new commandment I give unto Office. meeting will soon be held about made to 44 students, while 84 Chorus from the Oak Grove

you; that ve love one another ." Ask for a report on your record this project. Someone will be at i others will receive grants of. Baptist Church will render ser-
(John 13:34.: ) at least every three years. your home to see you In the $550 I vice at 8 o'clock at Tabernacle
Your social security representative near future. Baptist Chuch July 25, 4217 SW
Aware of our outward differ will be glad to give you the Some 3,832 high school stu- i 25th St., Hollywood. We are ask.
ences. Jesus knew that the form. If there Is an er I. The dents In 29 states and the Dis- that all will come out and
kingdom of Heaven would not request In account the social Freeway Handicap Leaguehas trict of Columbia were tested by help us make this a wonderful
six weeks. Clover Leaf
ror your only
descend to earth until we all Howard examiners during last Rev. Milton
security people will help cor- program. pastor.
Shop still holds first
heeded this three-month examination
commandment. He
rect It. Keep in mind that rec- Sorts year's
tried to awaken us to the fact ords may not be corrected if the period. The team of 16 Univer- I ?a

that our outward differencesare error was made more than sity representatives visited 425 She h a s 30
really signs of unity. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Glover are schools ranging from Massachusetts years experience
... years ago. back home after spending the to Florida on the East Bo a success In
Humanity Is like a tree; a There are several things you 4th of July In Hardysville, S. C. Coast, west through Texas, life. Have a
unity In itself, yet diversied, should do, to make sure your They also motored to New York north to Michigan, and including happy home, get;
for some parts are branches, social security account is cor- for a Week. Cleveland Glover, all states within these the position I
some parts are leaves and some rect, according to Mr. Blonston. a brother, spent his vacation' In boundaries. you want, get
parts are fruit. Still It Is Wut
First, make sure your employer Hardysville.The out of the rut
one tree. The District of Columbia led
has your name and account the of i
by help
the nation In the number of
The concept of unity In diver. number exactly as they are Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Clarkof scholarship winners with 26. God. Let my
sity Is further clarified by this shown on your social security Central Baptist Church of
card. Second, If have lost West Virginia was second:; with 14, years experi-
except from the Baha'i Scrip- you .* .. .... . and Pennsylvania third with 12. ence help you
tures, which states, "A differ- your social security card, don't + -*- + .-.-.....-..... Texas, the most distant point on In business and
ence in degree of capacity exists rely on your memory for the InVork, in
WARNER the examination Itinerary, had
number. Get a duplicate card. HINES
among human souls, as deffer- five winners. love.
ence In capabilities Is found It's easy to make a mistake in Painting Contractor Your psychic and friends for 30
therefore Individualities will a number as long as your social The National Competitive years. Closed all day Wed. and
differ one from another. But In security number. Such a mis- Scholarship Examination was will be at the big home, 5417
reality this Is a reason for unity take can be costly to you and instituted at Howard In 1940. S.W. 17th St., Hollywood, Fla.
and not discord and enmity. your family when you retire, : Since that time NCSE awards Healing meeting every Wednes
If the flowers of a garden were or If you become disabled or aQ .r? have been made to more than day night.
die before reach retirement
all of one color the effect would you 1,100 students.
be monotonous to the eye, but atge. CALL IN PERSON -
If the colors are variegated It Is "Remember," said Mr. Blon- A list of the 1963-fli NCSE
award winners from Miami follows Madam Hunter
most pleasing and wonderful.The ston, "you pay for your social
difference In adornment of security, so be sure you get :
1657 NW 73rd St.
color and 'capacity of reflection credit for all your earningsoYou Catherine Allen 2131 NW 5th
among the flowers gives the can be sure If you'll follow Ct., Washington, $550. Miami, Fla.
warden! Its beauty and charm J
these suggestions. The Sunday 10:30 to 2 p.m. Office
Therefore although we are of folks at your social security of. F x/f hours dally 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
different Individualities, differ- flee at 234 NE 70th St. can help Licensed by state and county
Licensed and Insured attended the Sun-
ent In Ideas and of various fragrances check account. Hollywood (Reading dally.Support.
you your Theycan
By City and County School and BTU Congressof
let us strive like flow. also give more detailed Information day
ers of the same divine gardento on the social security Service phone FR 9-8685 the Atlantic Coast Baptist Association
live together In harmony. program. Check with them and FREE/ which was held at
Evan each soul has Its Indivi ESTIMATESIndf New Bethel Baptist Church NAACP
dual perfume and color, all are be sure that you get proper ,.....+. . . . . . . . . last week In Liberty City
reflecting the same light all credit on your social security I
contributing fragrance no the record."
same ,breeze which blows thru I
the garden all continuing to n For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
grow In complete harmony and
accord. Become as the waves of HANNAH MOTELDAY
one sea, trees of one forest,
growing In the utmost love, WEEK OR
agreement and unity." BONDED

Truly, when we become as OVERNIGHT ROOMS
the waves of one sea and as the
trees of one forest, we will 631-45 NW 32nd St.
surely become one fold underone
shepherd as foretold by the Phone 635-4643 RENTAL
beloved Jesus.Times .

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troubled this Is the place to come L. G. BROOKS Housing area.
Don't stay in the rut, push back
the Tell of bad luck thnt seems PresidentMANAGING .
to hold you in your track, and ':: ,,!, '
advance forward by the help of"'t", : \a\;''t' AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

God under the leadership! of ;' Prof. Hunter who has 35: years .it.: < l ) n, '. '
of experience in spiritual and : 't.' 6.' ." "'fo:' -; r/t: 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
occult science. Make your home 'J dl.: :J..,...:: ) :.. :
happy. lie will show you how Bonded also has employment service at main office
to bypass your enemies and get the things that life demands
for you. Come one, come all. Healing meeting every Wednesday
at the Spiritual Temple of Zion, Inc., :5417 S.W.17th St., 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
West Hollywood. Fla. -' 7:30 n.m.



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Local Zeta Elected, A full week
of activities for luncheon was sponsored by the The closed sorority banquetwas homan will be at home
I the sorority began with a sight. sorority at the Everglades Hotel.I held during the evening. tember at Rosenwald Junior
Sorority Trustee seeing tour of Miami and Miami The Wednesday Mrs. Frankie S. Rolle served as College Panama City. The Life
I ( Beach for delegates and featured the Stanton High program toastmistress. Members Workshop was con-
The history-making sessions of visitors July 1t&> The Beta Zeta School Chorale of Jacksonville ducted by the national chairman -
the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority43rd Mrs. Elizabeth Collins Other highlights of the Boule Mrs. Either Peyton of
Omega hapter of Alpha Kappa adult directorof included the "early risers clinic" Washington, D.C.
Anniversary closed education, Monrovia
Boule Alpha sere, d a continental and undergraduate workshops -
July 19 with the Bon breakfast Liberia West Africa, was the Mrs.
Voyage Registration was Lawanna II. Ivey Next Boule Target N e w
Ball for the African tour in the held a program sponsored by Convention Larry Monsefleld, Miami was in charge of undergraduates. York City 10G5 The Waldorf-
beautifully-bedecked Municipal the focal chapter Beta Tau Zeta presented Mrs. Ivey a former Okla- Astoria is headquarters.
keys to the
auditorium of city to
Bayfront was
presented. The day wag I Dr
Mrs. Verrlay P..Jones served as complete with an entertainmentat tended Greetings were ex
chairman for, the occasion. the home of Mrs. Dorothy J. Range, for Ify Dade Mrs. County M Athalie Citi- THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA.

Prior to the ball, members of McKellar. following the program zens; Wesley W. Matthews, associated SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1963 PAGE 15
the sorority spent a long day Supt. of Dade County
reviewing constitutional change: Tuesday July 16, found dele- Public Schools; Dr. Von Mlzell,
and electing officers. The lone gates in their first plenary ses- national first vice president of TV SERVICE AND SALESPL
newcomer to the official family sion for seating of delegatesand I Phi Beta Sigma fraternity. In
was Mrs. Marian H. Shannon. adoption of the agenda. the absence of Rev. Edward T. 1.8381
She was elected to the office of The Miami group of Sigma Gam Graham Henry W. Daniels Invoked We do not give free e.timatea-Hone.t estimate
sorority trustee for one Boule ma Rho Sorority served a con- the blessings of God upon -
require work. Our
prices lower than others doing
period.... Mrs. Shannon served as tinental breakfast to the group. the audience. are
local uouie cnairman and mar- .A luncheon sponsored by the Mrs. Juanita W. Pinckney comparable good work. We repair, sell and rent
shal for the meet In Miami. host region (Southeastern)) was local chapter baslleus, presided TV's radio, hi-fi's. Our work guaranteed. Free de
Since 1959, she has served as associate Riven at Hampton House for during the program. A reception livery.
regional director for the 329 registered delegates. sponsored by Beta Tau Zeta
the Southeastern Region, and Balt-A-Date was the affair of chapter and the Miami Amicae JOSEPH SCOTT
Stat e Director for Florida. The the evening sponsored by the followed. AUTIIOIU/KI( ) I n FACTORY TV UKPAIU>: & HALES
election of Mrs. Shannon marks Rho Sigma chapter of Phi Beta 923 NW 62nd Street PL 1.8381JACK'S
another first for Beta Tau Zeta Sigma fraternity at Hampton Thursday was sparked by the
-she was the first regional of. House Lounge. Florida Chapters who declared
ficer, the first life member and this Florida Courtesy Day. Souvenirs .
now the first national officer Television : from chapters in St.
In the chapter, As a member of nel 10, for the International Petersburg, ,Lakeland, Braden-
the national executive Grand Basileus, Dr. Deborah ton, Tampa, Orlando, Gainesville MEN'S WEAR
Mrs. Shannon will boardi P. Wolfe started the Wednes- Fort Pierce Daytona, Fort
meetings The first day activities. Miami alumnae Lauderdale, West Palm Beach
meeting Is scheduled for regular Hous chapter, Delta Sigma Theta and Palatka were distributed to 944 NW 2nd Avenue
ton, Texas. The invitation was i served a continental breakfastto registered delegates
extended by Mrs. Luellella W. the delegates. Fresh Florida orange Juice Exclusive Men's Wear, from the top of your head to
Harrison (proud mother of Tex Reports of national and appointed given by the Florida Citrus i
Harrison, the Harlem GloWe- officers Were present Commission was served thru the tip of your toes including
trotter) a past grand baslleus ed and special workshops were out the day. Special Boule com Hats Shoes Shirts ,- Suits Trousers Caps of
and present director of the conducted as a continuation by mlttees met and made reports.
Southern Region. Mrs. Emma Gilbert A press I Styles and quality M popular pricesBE

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