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Title: Miami Times
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Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: August 3, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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The Times are Changed and we are Changed With Them "
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. Record Voter Bias Suit Filed Bv. U.S. School Board Declares I


'BAMA TOLD TO Named as defendants in the by applying "unreasonable and
72-page suit, which was first discriminatory standards" for War On Dropouts I
announced In
REGISTER 2,032 George Bellsnyder.Washington chairman, were of Negro applicants.

the Jefferson (Birmingham) The suit said 120,000 of 250
; munlty leaders who met Wed-
Massive Attack
BIRMINGHAM Ala. The County Board of Registrars, to
300 eligible white nesday to
persons map an emergency
federal government filed the and and members J. M. Farris.Birmingham Richard. M. Harris Jefferson County were registered : Keep Kids in School county wide campaign against:
largest voter discriminationsuit compared to about 11,000 of dropouts, warned youngsters;
in U. S. history Wednesday is the largest 116,100 eligible Negroes. I Twenty educators and com- who are thinking. of quitting'
demanding the immediate regIstration city the Justice Department has school.
of 2,032 Negroes in the selected for filing such a suit
Birmingham area. A federal Judge last year ordered ., yuw About one-fourth of the stu-
Montgomery registrars to dents who reach ninth grade in
1 Attorney General Robert F. register more than 1.200. Negroes Dade's public schools leave before
Kennedy said the action was following a similar suit. graduation Most of them
brought because he could not join the ranks of the unem-
get guarantee from local offi- The Birmingham suit accus- ployed. Some of them become
cials that all citizens would be ed officials of trying to keep delinquents wprse.It .
permitted to vote without regard the present white-Negro bal-
to race.Walter ance among voters in the area was the first meeting of
its kind called by the school
board, and many' of the proposals -
Reuther Says to deal with the problemwere
set aside by representatives -
\ of the ,school: system
Americans Patience I Metro and city government,
Negro juvenile agencies and others.

Among. the suggestions were:

Has Finally Run OutWalter meet Tailor the of School needs potential and curriculum stir dropouts.the Interest to-

(', EXPAND the community
P. Reuther, Labor "It is here that the seeds of (>, school which keeps
leader, said Tuesday in Los revolution germinate," said Reynolds schools program buzzing with educationaland
Angeles that the patience of "and ultimately flourish recreational activities until
millions of Negro Americanshas Into an awesome harvest of
run out. hate and violence that could p.m.
The head of the United Auto engulf our democracy and leaveIt CONCENTRATE, in the class.
Workers, in a speech at the helpless to seizure by exploiters rooms, on Improving reading
national conference of the Urban either from within or instruction, especially in primary -
League called upon Con. from abroad, more ruthless grades.
greas for speedy enactment of than those or long ago." "
President Kennedy's civil rights ESTABLISH COST-free nur
program.He I Funeral services for Lovell L. and Mrs. Lovell Richardson &r sery schools and kindergartensat
added: Slayer of TV Richardson Jr., 38, owner of He was a graduate of 13ethune key points, with volunteer
Richardson Mortuary were held Cookman College. workers, to eliminate the need
"The century long patience Salesman Indicted Wednesday, 2 p.m. in Greater for older children to stay home
oft millions of Negro Americana Other ,survivors, besides hisparentRl and babysit while their moth
Bethel AME Church, the Rev.
who .have been deprived..jn Ell Williams, 40-year-old long are his wife, Beatrice, ers earn a Hvlng.DEMAND .
S. A. Cousin, officiating. The
their constitutional' rights of shoreman has been indicted for worker for the Florida
full citizenship is at an end. first degree murder in the deathof church was filled to capacity Dept. of Public Welfare; a son, THAT? elected officials !. K
television salesman M. L. with friends of the deceased. Lovell ..'and daughter
Through their words and their a pursue urban renewal
courageous actions, they have Robertson, 32, July 11, The lie died Friday morning. Ho Loveta. projects to rid the county of
announced to all the nation and grand Jury verdict was return.. was a native of Florida and lived Dade slum areas, where the dropoutrate
to'jthe world that they will no ed We at 7525 N\V llth Ave. The combined County is especially high.
longer tolerate or endure the Williams, 5701 NW 21st Ave., Morticians Ass'n as well as
indignities, the humiliationsand is accused of killing Robertsonby The funeral home was form- others from all over the state, ASK GOOD Students to starta
the barbaric treatmentsthat firing one shot into his chestin erly owned by his parents, Mr. officiated at the funeral. "person-to-person" talking
accompany second-class the Giant Credit TV Store, :.:tt and tutoring campaign among
citizenship." 2178 NW 62nd St. potential dropouts !in their own
,Hobson Reynolds of Philadelphia Insurance salesman Kenneth .', schools.
grand exalted ruler of the Specht, a witness to the killing, White Postal Union To Fight' EN.COURAGE SMALL business
IBP Order of Elks of the World, said Williams came into the industries to employ drop-
said that the prospect of Negro tore, told Robertson, "I want
outs instead of relying primarily
youths getting steady jobs is my TV set" and pulled out a gun JFK's Equal Opportunities Program-i.;:: on, "big" Industry to absorb
becoming worse every year. and shot the salesman. 'them '- ,Because big Industry
DALLAS -The United Federation After the. promotion last Isn't that big here

.. ....... of Postal Clerks has an- June the postal clerks filed ;'a
,....., ."'" ... '- "---- nounced it' will go into Federal complaint with the Civil Set ASSIGN MORE "visiting
., "'k -1".r'. ., . Court in an effort to force the vice Commission, which upheldthe teachers" who visit homes of
"'illl.'IJ :''''<'' ." Post Office Department to follow Post Office action. problem children, truants and
"", t its merit promotion plan Post Office officials in Wash absentees to schools in Negro -
'1': .,. r.\J 1 rather than President Kennedy's ington have said the promotionswere communities.The .
equal opportunities program. made under President
Kennedy's equal employment group will apparentlyserve
\ The action came after the
opportunities executive order ns a "clearinghouse" for
Post Office Department bypassed and this order would be considered ideas, that could be implemented
53 white Dallas)) postal in all future promotions. by one or another of the "
employes on the merit list to Union leaders have said in agencies Involved.
promote three Negroes to super- statements they would
vlstory positions.A have previous made a complaint whether "We can't help being proudof
spokesman for the union's those who were promotedwere some" of the programs we I
have said Associate w,
Dallas local said the decision/ Negroes or not, since In
W, Matthews. "But last
I to file the case was made by their view the department's June we should have had 2,600 "
ItA the national organization's executive action scrapped the merit pro- more high school graduates I
board in Washington. gram. than did have. The
I we problem P 1:1:
: J8 acute . "

I Ashe Named to Davis--Cup-Yeam i Dade notified County Wednesday School systemwas by a

i (j 4 federal official that it! will get
,4 Bob
nouncement by Captain
Tennis Whiz is : Kellerher in Los Angeles. $55,300 from the government to
finance a last-minute effort to
i First Negro Other members of the American encourage would-be dropoutsto
---- team will be Dennis Ral- return to school in September. -
one of the first Mlamians to I Barry Vernon Sharon, Alfred SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. ston of Bakcrsfleld Calif., and .
Michael and Alan. Wimbledon Champion Martin Rlessen of Evanston, III.
votanteer for the armed the The School Board immediate
The Hannas live In Washington McKinley and Arthur Ashe, It's one of the youngest teams
after:Pearl Harbor in wasHarry honored ly gave its go-ahead for calling
: H. ,Hanna a IG-yeaivold where Harry (figuring age first were named Negro ever Thursday so to the, ever to play for Uncle Sam. 35: guidance counselors and ten
theNavy 38 was a little young to retire
about his to
who lied officer age here. completely works for the .our-man U. S. Davis Cup squad McKinley at 22, is the veteran visiting teachers back to work
Recruiting Government Service Administration. which will face Mexico in the of the squad. Rlessen is 21, next Monday
First Sgt. Hanna retired from American Zone competition at Ralston and Ashe are 20. ,

the Marine Corps Jane 14 1903 Ill father in Alfred J. Ban Los Angeles Aug. 10-18. Ashe. a UCLA student !Is the
after 23 years of honorable ser. na' of Liberty City and his sis W. Harcourt Woods, chair- first Negro ever named to an nine equivalent of the Davis i
Ylte.: ter is Mr*. Mary Owens. Two man of the U. S. Davis Cup American Davis Cup squad. Cup.Ashe.
*Hanna acquired the lovely brothers,.JobDI a postal worker, committee made the announce- Althea Gibson, who won the from ,Richmond, Va.,
family- pictured, above during and Carl n., manager of ment at the Eastern Grass Wimbledon and U. S. women's has ten one of the standouts
hi*.*Unt. Shown are Harry wife Slays ,High School also live Court Championships here title played on the U. S.Wiglitman I on the Eastern ,Grass Court cir
Helen three-year-old Gretchen here. sImultaneously, with an an- Cup squad, the fern! cult. ,

Bearers Take Over West Palm Beach

36th Grand Lodge ca was called to order by the The delegation was warmly I is lodge No. 101, was named for ject, "Singing and Praying at
the grand president, A. T. Stone MidnightEveryone was spiritually I
progressive grand president the welcomed on behalf of the city blessed who '
Big Success Rev. A. T. Stone, ably assistedby of West Palm Beach, the who officiated in the setting up wonderful speaker. heard this >.
said lodge. In his speech Mr. Till
Alliance of
the Vice Grand President J. churches, the Ministerial -
By BLONEVA MONROE H. Thomas. and the social, businessand / Beckles said, "I pledge myselfto man of Daytona Beach spoke .
The 36th annual session of fraternal organizations.Music extend the order to the other on behalf of the His I\
The devotional service led by the Bahamas." Other talk was both thought provoking
I for the occasion was fur- islands of -
the Grand United Order of Pall
: the assistant grand chaplain, nished by the Pall Bearers choir members of the Bahamian dele- $ and inspiring. Music was I''
Bearers of America, Inc., con- : Rev. H. C. White, ignited a spi- and the New Bethel Male Chorus. gation were Mrs. Agnes Hunt furnished by the Pall Bearers t
vened July 17-20 with LodgesNo. ritual fire which continued to Parris, Mrs. Lillian Archer, Mrs. I choir and the Bethel Primitive :i..
4, 17, 20, 34, 47, G3 and 90at burn throughout the sessions. Cassandra Rolle, and Miss Mildred I Baptist Male Chorus ,
West Palm Beach. All business The Rev. E. C. Tillman of Day- Time and space will not allow Beckles. .
sessions were held at the tona Beach, spoke very encouragingly -I me to tell of all the inspir- On Friday morning the child
beautiful air-conditioned Tabernacle about the Pall Bearers' ing talks of various speakerson NASSAU ADMITTEDEveryone ren program conducted by t
Baptist Church with its Rest Home which is soon to become the good of the order, but was overwhelmedwith Grand Conductress Mrs. Mattie
'congenial pastor, the Rev. J. K a reality. the zenith of inspiration was joy at the admission of Knight. Mrs. Lillian Archer,
Bryant: reached when from the juvenile conductress of Nassau,
After the a delegation this wonderful unit to great
registration large
Nassau in the Bahamas, headed family of Grand United Orderof and Mrs. Laura Adger, intermediate -
Wednesday, July 17 by noon delegation retired to the span Uy Wilfred D. Beckles stood up Pall Bearers. At 3 o'clockthe supervisor, began at 9
ious auditorium of the church ,
:all conveyances bringing in and in o'clock. It was heart-warming /
applied for membership delegates and their friends
'delegates had arrived at the where all meals were served to watch those young people t'
the convention. the Order. Well, it's needless to motored to Juno Beach for relaxation : at
'ladies. The' two charming say that the said applicationwas at a picnic where a their performances. :
Wessie Mae White
and Mrs. Cynthia Morrow under OPENING PROGRAMWednesday voted on and unanimously committee of fine culinary art- Friday afternoon the memo-;
the supervision or Mrs. Adeline 8 p.m. the open- carried. Mr. Beckles presented ists served an abundance of I rial service honoring the 129 r
Dixon, did a wonderful Job of ing program was held at New paid report of 510 members. tasty foods.Thursday. (persons who passed to the f:

placing the delegates.At Bethel Baptist Church of which Long and thunderous applause night at Friendship great beyond during the last 12
the Rev. D. N. Conner is pastor : months Was held by Revk White '
broke when the Church the Rev J. K !
out dynamic Baptist
3 o'clock the 1903 Grand With Frank L. Sampson as music was rendered by the Pall!
Session of the Grand United master of ceremonies, the pro- Mr. Beckles announcedthat Bryant delivered a soul-stirring I
Order of Pall Bearers of Ameri- gram got off to a lively start. the lodge in Nassau, which message from Acts 16:25: sub- (continued on page 8))

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Grand Lodge as Mrs. Laura Adger, Rev. J. K. Bryant Mrs. to Mrs. Leola Graham presents check for first place in the oratorical contest
A. T. Stone and Mrs. W. C. Taylor of Belle Gladle listen, mother of winner.

Top rights Carolyn Graham, West Palm Beach, first plaice; Mil Orena Bottom Miller lefts Theodosie Rev. Stone lees Mesdames O. J. Brown, R. C. Taylor;
dred Beckles, Nassau fourth place Rhonda Valdez McNeal and Bessie Baker
; Key West, third for efficient service. receive certificates
place,.oratorical contest.

Middle left A group of delegates and contestants. ner.Bottom Sandra right Fox of Top is velvia Solomon, second place oratorical win-

Middle right Toastmaster George Coleman watches as Grand contest. Miami receives prize for first place in the solo




Rock Nation's Oldest CityST.

AUGUSTINE A rulingby persons arrested refused to Investigation of Deputy Sheriff
Juvenile Court Judge Chaa. promise not to participate In Jackie Hugas.

Mathla holding youthful part! further demonstrations for free The complaint specifically ;
9 cipants in NAACP desecration dom. Their parents also refused charged that the deputy sheriff FAMU Dean of Women Dies
to make such a pledge on
and mis- - -
,. demonstrations here! Us ""juv "brutally handled
, enile delinquents" set off aneW behalf of the young people. treated" Francis Floyd and via- Mrs. N. S. McGuinn, retired hees Industrial School and

l wave of demonstrations in The seven were among 16I lently pulled Miss Delores Mil dean of women at Florida A FAMU.
' the nation's oldest city, ler off a lunchstool in the Service
members of the NAACP .
r t I youth I and M University, died In Philadelphia
Drug Store"Following She Joined the staff of FAMUIn
council arrested on July 18
Judge Ma1 this handed down July li following a
His while picketing or sitting in detention of the brief illness. She retired from 1010 under the administration
,i'' ruling seven young downtown stores which have juveniles, more than 150 per FAMU\ in 10,iO. of N n, Young. She retir-
''.. refused to desegregate their sons marched around the county ed under the administration of
, I lunchcounters, Jail In a six-hour demonstration The late Mrs. McGuinn wasa President J, R E.< Lee, Sr. in
on July 24 In protest. Fiveof graduate of Hampton Insti 1910. N. S, McGuinn Half, a
Charging tttat the young pickets these demonstrators were tute's class of 188!). She has dormitory for women which
were manhandled by a local arrested, three of whom were taught in the school system in was erected in 1038, f Is namedin
law enforcement officer, the released on bonds of $600 each. Virginia and at Hampton, Voor- her honor.
St. Augustine Youth Council One was held for juvenile authorities -
filed a complaint with the U. S. and the fifth for fur-
d5 I Justice Department asking an ther Investigation
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t\;\ ,J The awards were p-recpnt.:;

. f ed during the progrnm clod
tf jug banquet.
f: Simms, who live at 800 NW t '
15th St., was selected for partirijdtior ,
l \ ; < by the Uivvcnsitv and; ,
received ( ne of 00 l all expense n._J I
.f followsh! : 'ps to attend lie unique '
Mx-weok }iO; '.'r.nn ionau-ted: 01Cl
.:' :;.mel)' Hlil and sponsored I Ity
.:; 1' RJ. Reynolds 'lobrnro! ( Co. of
d CVi'-ston Salem N. C. ,
I I Reynolds Fellows arrived In

Chapel Hill on June! 10 to begin
six weeks of graduate study in
economics for six hours of grad

I July iH at the ...ummercpmmfnt'l"ttlt'tit uate credit.
Daily classes were taught by
of the University
Minnesota; Jtames I... full-time faculty member of
the University's Department of
Adams received a R. & degree
PI Ecnonomics. Subject The
niter' completing five
a year
Nature of the American Econ
in aeronautical en- omy; Economic Fluctuations, rE t
gineering. Mr. Adams is the son '
of ;Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilcox '1. Ll: L \ \,'/ I Growth and Stability; and Comparative I 1___'_.. ,.....- ,-- --
14811 Tyler St., Richmond Ht ;;:b."f" -., .I: Economic Systems I I I'I
*, A cooperative venture between For "A Dedicated Courageous Spot tatra/d' chairman of thu
and a graduate of George Wash Chapel Hill Arthur L. the University and R J. Reynolds I and Uncmblttcrcd Man" -j I \AAC1 Hoard. of Directors.) :Mr.KVIMX .
Carver 'I''I
Ingtoii School
High classof
Simms of Miami Northwestern the designed was cited for his/ leadership \ .
was -
;Mrs. Myrlle Kvers, widow of
Although employed part- Senior High was one of 58 out- to assist secondary + role Mississippi: ( In which
time in the Aeronatutical Dlv. of teachers the slain N \ \'lt field
standing of social studies school teachers of social studies secretary 'he never faltered or flinched
Minneapolis Honeywell during in the Southeast honored I I, j Medgar Evers, receivedthe
In the Southeast In developing In his crusade to secure for Negroes -
his senior :Mr. Adams basaccrpt..d ,
year here this week with a citation .
a full-time position certifying successful participation a broader understanding of eco I 48th Spingnrn Medal awarded of his native state Justice

with the Missile and Space Systems in the University of North nomics and its application to posthumously to her husband under the law and full citizenship -

Division of the Douglas Carolina R. J. Reynolds Tobacco problems and society.of government It is! the, bUSIness first-\ at the NAACP's 51th: annual rights.' .' With ;Mrs. Ever.are .
Aircraft Co. in Santa con\entlon in Chlr.alto.July ,
Monica Co. Summer
Fellowship such program in the Southeast 1-41. The award was i presented two of the, Kvers. '' children
and was initiated !in the sum by Bishop Stephen' Gilllights lleena. Dcnlsr and Barrel K.
I' mer of 1001 I

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On Sunday July 21, the sixth of the program included :\ llnxel W. Troy I"I principal. -
grade pupils of the Summer
.-.Johnson photo'
perfect attendance, scholarship
Heading program at Wheatlcy
I leading and 1TA book awards.
---- Elementary School were honor
This activity under) the leadership
"It's Nifty to be Thrifty" is agement; habits to last a life ed with a reception in the cafe of Stanley New bold, 1'TA c
the slogan Roosevelt Savingsand time. torJuin. On hand to receive the president was cosponsored by .
Loan Association Is popu- Savings accounts can be open new 7th grades was Anthony the ltd grade parents and summer .
larizing through their Satur- ed for as little as $5.00 and can Gardiner principal of HookerT. Ninth grade teachers. Mrs.
day, program for children. be added to in any amount desired Washington High School who Mildred Clarke, Mrs. Albert ha .
no matter how small. the speaker. High Godfrey and Benjamin Morse.
In order to encourage thriftIn was guest ,
youngsters of the community This plan is one aspect of .,.- -- - - --" '- -....
Roosevelt is calling every Sat. Roosevelt's over-all public ser- t'.j
urday "Kid's Day" and is offering vice program and Is sertainly a 1 +
souvenirs and refresh- deserving of support from SATURDAYKID'S" r
ments to each child who opensa I everyone in the community. I
savings account or adds to .
account. Scores of youngsters crowd Ii>
an existing .
around Chairman of the Board < ,
Open from 0 a.m. til 12 noon John D. Orr Jr., for their first ;
on Saturdays, the integrated practical lesson in thrift. At DAY II
savings and loan wants to start Roosevelt Savings & Loan, first
children saving at an early age fully integrated association AUTOLiability
developing good money man- chartered by a Southern state. I i -AT-


$107.00 YEARLYTo

( and from work)

!dry 6015 N.W. 7th Avenue With good driving record ii

Phone 754.6651 9 PAYMENT PLAN

Savings Insured to $10,000 by agency of the U.S. Government We Can Insure You!

HI 1-22
Bring your child) in between the hour. of 9 &' 12 a.m. GULF FIRE Filing AND

and we will open a saving account in his or her name I CASUALTY. INC.

FREE DELIVERY G For a* little a. $5.00 I 1552 NW 54th STREET

8:30 S: Q8AT.
6750 N.W. IStb Avenue Phone 691-6651 0Demonstrations -' ", r

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his 16.year-old friend -
killed 1
PAGE 4 SATURDAY AUGUST 3, 1963 perhaps, unintentionally certainly not weapons to BROWS1N'
Regrettable indeed. Pistols are
.....-- .. -- -..- -,_.. should be kept away from irrespono {
be played with. They By PAUL tttefcttY
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sible persons. ,In Dade.. &sa I
Then, too, the number of robberies going P'etleriil mediators
carried out I are tr 4nk
'1 ., County is shameful. Many of the holdups> are to get ,differe-nc-e-s settled. b I
:: :" with pistols in the hands of young people. tween the Iriternatibrial tbtcerhood : ,
----- --- --.-- ------------ .---- -. If Simmons is convicted of manslaughter he+ faces a of Electrical Workers
and Telephone Co.
prison sentence of 20 years, Things have been going \'
Iy \ ) REEVES: Editor and PobU her and badly
In Tampa nearby '
GARTH O. REKVK8, Managing Editor counties IJ'fi
Richard V.
The American Association, Dr. where sabotage put 58,000 tele \
Member the odated Negro Preaa Tenedits 60th annual convention n. phones out of service. Three ,
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association Moore, president, August 3. men have been arrested for t,
Dallas, Texas on July 31 and closes on cable cutting. The strike is 22 ""I

ONE YEAR $5.00 SUBSCRIPTION- SIX MONTHS RATES$3.00 FOREIGN '0.00 Keynote speaker at the opening session was Dr. Fred days old.Figures. \

entered as Second Class Matter, August 0, 1027' at the Post Office Glimp, Dean, of Admissions, Harvard University. released this week F '
.t Miami, Florida, under the act of ]March 8, 1870' Thursday's panel discussion included the following show $689,698 paid as unemploy. II'" 1
panelists.Drs. ment compensation to residentsof
Mftiu Office at O740' N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421Ur.ach Schools Washington Dade County during the r''
of ,
FR 82236 Carl F. Hanson, Supt. \
at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami month of June. This amount
.. D.C. ; Jeanne L., Noble, Prof, of Education, New York brings the total paid for 1063
CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"THE world University; Edward W. Brice, U. S. Office of Education; to $3,759,239.
best lead
NEGRO PRESS: believe that America win
!from racial and national antagonisms when It accords to every man Ralph Martin, Knoxville College, Tenn., and Cleveland -Rolle j
Tcgardleas of race, color or erred, his human and legal rights. Hating L. Dennard, principal of Carver Vocational School, Atlanta head of the All
''no man, fearing no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man Peoples Progressive Democratic
In the firm belief that nil men are hurt as long as anyone Is held I Georgia Club Is leading a picketing demonstration > 1
'back.' The association owns a building in Atlanta that will against the Dairy '
become headauarters September 1. Queen store at NW lth Ave ?
and 54th SU The pickets are ,

What About The Church? asking for ,employment of Ne- t
groes there because Of the pre-

Often one has heard 'the question, "What is the Letters To The Editor dominantly Negro area. >;1

church doing about discrimination?" Integration is making prog-

Ye Editor believes the church is doing much about it ress in Atlanta. Now desegregated '
-o- are 18 hotels and motels and
collectively as well as individually. 20 restaurants.

Practically every religious body in the country has JUDGE THOMAS SAYS . Atlanta certainly is no worst y\

in some way condemned segregation and some have integrated off for having opened these +.
their churches. FAMU Law School A business places to the public.

The Roman Catholic, Episcopal' Methodist, Baptist, Atlantans are now fightingfor 1..
better in
Presbyterian, in fact the Council of Churches have con- "Creature Of Hysteria"Editor departments Jobs where government Negro em-

demned and joined forces with those who are supportingCivil ployees are practically all la-

Rights for all races. borers.
Miami TJmes the school are correct, and I
Some have taken part in demonstrations. Bishop Dan- Dear Mr. Editor have seen nor heard any cor- Well, my favorite baseltall
iel Corrigan of the Episcopal Church was among those : rection, it will cost us approx club, the Dodgers, are how playing .
It seems to ma Dean Jenkins imately $240,000 to give the true to form. As usual the
arrested' in Twelve other clergymen
: statements on the statistics of
present enrollment of 16 stu- club went to the top of the
included AME Church, Methodists, Baptists as well as the FAMU Law School made a dents a three year course. And column 8 games ahead-then

Catholics, Presbyterians, Jews and Episcopalians. worse picture. If the percentage holds up, we down, down, at this writing
So the church, like a sleeping giant, is now wide Thirty-two graduates In 10 will get six lawyers at $40,000 I Walt Alston boys are 4% gameson
awake and is helping to fight, the battle for the just cause years and seven graduating per lawyer. top. Even the lowly Mets de
of Civil Rights.In classes, less than five percent Is Lastly, feated them. However never
sufficient you cannot judge a count the Dodgers out before
to close.
Denver, Colo., the United Church of Christ has appointed this, a large portion say of the graduates law volume library content., or any library by the last game is played.

a committee to implement its planned ..all-out at- have been subsidized one terial Is what counts Quality after of ma
tack on racial discrimination and approved a Negro pas- way or another or they would tain basic materials. Any law cer From reports, Fidel Castro
never have been there. seems to have held all the
tor to serve as chairman.The yer, sight unseen, would take trump cards in the Cuban Bay
Fourth General Synod meeting recently approved Take away the five who never FAMU's Fla.'s 78,000 volumes and leave of Pigs fiasco and he certainly

,a resolution for end to discrimination inside and out- Intended to practice law and not worth 100,000.the Some books are played them to advantage.Of .
the six who have space they oc
side the church. Also" for the support of the "Negro's'struggle chance to take the bar not examin-had cupy.I might course have, been the threat a third of world what

for justice. tion, we have 21 left, of whom war was killed.
9 have become am not a "me too' on this

The Rt. Rev. Arthur Litchenberger, Presiding Bishopof the bar-attorneys average 43 by per-passing school creation, I strenuously and oppose its In Los Angeles, speaking at

the Episcopal Church, writing on race relations said : cent. Not so good. That Is less views on the local expressed member my of the National Conference of the

"It is ,not enough for the Church to exhort men to ,be than two lawyers per year the the Board of Control before it Urban League, Walter Reuther,
good. Men, women and children are today risking their past 1063 seven class which years, has excusing the opened. I called it what it was head of the United Auto Work-
not been
livelihood and their lives in protesting for their rights. examined. Experience or rec- and always will We: a crea-' ers, called upon Congress for
ture of of PresidentKennedy's
hysteria speedy enactment
We must support and strengthen their protest in every ord three, as of you may, not more than out courage. There by men never with wasa Civil Rights pro-
way possible rather than give support to the forces of that class will pass. place for it. It should go the gram.

resistance by our silence. Take his other angle, 1C stu- way of similar experiments at The century-long patience of
"It should be a cause of rejoicing to the Christian J dents, six teachers. This is less North Carolina State and Lin- Negro Americans who have
than coln of Missouri. been constitutional -
three students to the They closed deprived of their
community that Negro Americans and oppressed peoples teacher. If the figures on cost them up.Yours. rights of full citizen-

everywhere are displaying a (heightened sense of human of operation given by the par- truly, ship are at an end, said Reuther.
dignity in their refusal to accept second class citizenship ties who brought suit to close L. E. Thomas

any longer.. . William Littles, better knownas
*Jt w s Vandalism "Bill", has been an angler
jhlafJb I Hampering White-
"The right to'/vote, ,to eat r er 'where you practically all his life. He Just

want itkto have a' decent job, to, live in'.a, house fit for loves the sport and will fish at

habitation: these are not'rights'to be ,litigated or negotiat-1; Negro Harmony Friendship his times favorite weekly.spots three or four

ed. It is our shame that demonstrations. must be carried I ,I -
I His wife Clarice has never
[The Miami Times ,
out to win them. they are stolen
from and still been fond of fish or fishing. For
Bishop Coleman Carroll of the Roman Catholic Church, Dear Friend, don't train their children to be years he's been trying to get
keenly interested in the racial situation, invited white and responsible citizens. her to accompany him, but with
In the Interests
Negro, Catholic, Protestant and Jewish leaders to get to- colored of mutual These destructive, antagonistic little results.
gether and discuss the racial problem in Miami., They did. and white harmony, acts Itecome a challenge to However, Bill believes In the
peace and friendship do saying, "If at first
The may I offer something about It. Since you
group issued a proclamation calling, upon the the succeed "
a suggestion? provocation comes In a try, try again.
community to guarantee equal rights to every race, color "white" neighborhood, any re- Last week his wife decided to
and creed. I have a long record of cor- monstrations
are deliberately accompany him on a trip to
dial equality with my colored misunderstood as "anti-colored" Choepolosk. She thought she'd
Soon after the Metro Commission created a Community brethren, and can verify my That Is the sad part about establishing try handling a rod and reel
Relations Board that would deal with racial problems and friendship Miami. both in the North harmonious relation most of the time was spent

in Dade County. Bishop Carroll was named chairman of children ships. Parents back their own practicing casting. No fish was
right or landed.
However, I live wrong. This Is
that board. on NW 15th
St. and see large gangs of color true with both white and color- Believe it or not, she went
The community in general was pleased with the selection ed boys ((10 or 12 each group) ed. Parents are blinded when it another day determined to makea
of Bishop Carroll to head this board. trees comes to seeing the harm their catch. Returning home she
own children
destroyingrshrulibery can do, and
As we read about racial disturbances in other citiesin : stealing children may be Indoctrinated these was happy she had caught two
every fruit In private snappers and a snook. Now
the state we should be justly proud that such does not acting untrained and undiscip-yard and with hate In the home. thinks she'll keep practicing

exist in :Miami. This does not mean that the Negro in lined. .' To establish harmonious and see If she can rival her hus

Miami does not contend for the rights that he believes to' When ful relationships, can we peace.get it band.

be his, ''but' backed by this board and other organizations, about their you speak acts, they to these indicate boys children clearly) established that some Leroy Also Brown on this, a trip real good was Mrs.ang

:Miamians move along quietly, believing in being at peace every hate, as though it were a mean acts,are In scolded, for their ler. She really catches 'em.
gangs not for the
with all mankind, but at war with their vices. In this way This question Is not of true.white If or white colored. color, or lack of it, in one's skin?

Ye Editor thinks our city will continue to become a better tore up a colored neighborhood boys Gangs In themselves provoke The Franklin Federal Advisory
place in which to live. I certainly wouldn't condone trouble, well-behaved children Council is composed.of
It, In 2s 3
? 4s
or are welcome some of the lead-
....--..-.... and that would boys of certainly anycolor tell, white them,. where by just behaving, any- Ing civic, professional community's and11uslness

v THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK city green,or brown personal, blue destroying How can we stop vandalism function to leaders.advise It the is associa-their
property or theft In tion's board'of matters
''I stealing Is wrong in their own trouble-seeking 4 Ye Editor is still of the opinion that it is too easy neighborhood or In anothers. and call It what it is-certainly ty's pertaining to the communi-

11 1 T for youth to obtain firearms. Once in their hands there is They feel brave in large gangs judice.not attributable. to racial pre- The! unusual growth 'and success best enjoyed

no telling Just what use will be made of them. and think that gives them spec Franklin Federal is in large

, A case in point heard recently by Judge Gene Williams ial rights and privileges. Parents Chauncey O. Reinhart measure of these attributed outstanding to the men action
receiving stolen fruits
was that against 17-year-olo John Simmons who,. know it, and know the areas- 871 NW 15th St. and Counsel.women of the Advisory



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I DAYTONA BEACH JohnS. Former Miamians Mrs. Williams is Frankie's and

II Frink, president of Bethune- Visit; Take 'Cruise Aaron's While maternal here Miss aunt.Straughterand
Cookman National
; College Miss Frankie Straughter and Mrs. Williams
I ARCHIE Alumni Association, One., announced took time out
her aunt Panchlta Williams of take
}t" that Carver to in the seven-days cruiseto
( Portlock recently executive Daytona Beach are spendingtwo Port Antonio, Kingston and
I'' :! IHi9Ji represented the association secretary at weeks in Miami visiting Nassau or the luxuary liner
relatives and friends. Ariadne.
; the Golden Jubilee Conferenceof s.s. They both reported -
Frankie Is the daughter of
an exciting adventure.The .
the Amrican
Alumni Coun-
TilE PABULKAN8, another local young talented group, b cil in Atlantic City July 8-12. Frank Straughter of Q43 NW trip was handled throughNorth's
13th St. and sister of Aaron Travel
giving Birdland lovers something to clap about. The group of The American Alumni Coun-
cil has made a most significant
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With it And Can't Quit It". You'll enjoy listening . "I Who colleges throughout the United

Have Nothing." is rocking the "Avenue." ELOISE JAMES, RUBY States in alumni organization, iiiiH
planning, promotion etc., over are
SIMON, GRENDA HUNTLEY and MATTIE RICHARDSON, Bird the past 50 years. Mr. Port- acs

landers, have given this hit tune top billing on the request list Information lock spent four essential days gathering to the

. When you split the scene and make it for what's happeningtry promotion of more effective organization
79th St.'s popular Double Decker for double entertainment. during next year.
Two bands on the weekends-Bert Wallace on the organ with After the conference Mr.

Henry Rrown on skins Mon. thru Thursday. If. you drop in weekends York Portlock Alumni met with Chapter the on New July

Maxie Newbold, Bethel, Meeks and Humes on the organ, 14. His itinterary also include
make Charlie Martin's DD Bar the place for that different affair meeting with the alumni in
i Washington, D.C. on July 15
where he proceeded to reorgan h
BY TilE TIME THIS SHEET bits the street LEO ARM ize the Washington, D. C. chap-

'BRISTER, the sports end of this clarion, will be in Chi taking ter.This is
the first time In the
notes at the All-Star football game . If you wonder why ODELL history of Bethune-Cookman 4 VI U 1+.
JOHNS isn't seen much in Greater Miami, it's his Ball Bonding College that there was representation ,

Agency keeping him busy. As O'Dell says, "between South Miami Frink at this assembly. Mr. .
expresses high
and Homestead he's so bMsy, along with notary and mortgage hopes for
great returns. I it I' viY
business that the closest to anything I ever come in contact 1 is 0 Ob

' the courthouse." . I notice that whole block between 18th Ave. err 0
J and 17th Ave. on 61st St. has signs posted no trespassing (con- DIVISION OF U.S.

demned?). Signs are posted across doors of each home. They say WAREHOUSEGrand '

. plans are being readied for a new Junior high school here. Central

Freight Furniture

FABULOUS FLAGLER Is where you'll find most of you Sales 1' 1

friends evenings, including your favorite qulnlelas. You'll be CLEARANCE HOUSE FOR +
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_I told___ .von, __ _some_____ time ago to__ _look__n _for__ rhnntrps. A -few- of- mv -
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is what we make. If you believe, try entering thru the front exquisite Phyfp matching dining) to// THE GRAND INVINCIBLE SUPREME EXALTED OMNIPOTENT '

like everyone else. It's Just like Gulfstream and Hialeah. You get new values to $1, Just what you pay for. Of course Tropical doesn't have that "poorman's $285 If perfect $.185, unusual' / vL .
suites to :SR.
section." That's the section where the loud mouths and un- $ gorgeous odd .
and end suites complete $125. j
couth go!! $1,205 FRENCH and Italian

sectionals, exquisite sofas, gorgeous -
chairs, recliners, occasional -
ALICE BENNET celebrated her 22nd birthday Thursday, pieces, marble tables, curio -
July 25. It was dancing, photos and congrats at her favorite Bird cabinets, odd chinas) dressers, ONE WEEK ONLY

land . GERALDINE KILPATRICK OWEN had hers August 1. desks be sacrificed, brcdkfronts today,, chests we deliver., will BEGINNING AUGUST 12 thru 17

The Spic and Span Prop. (her dad) showered her with greetings COMPLETE selections' of Early ALL HAIR DO'S $2.00
The Three Pigs, 22nd Ave. barbecue specialists: have insertedin American' sectionals, sofas,
our sheet a handbill that will give you a sandwhich free when chairs, recliners, rockers, occasional KIMBERLY'SBeauty
pieces I $005.
one is purchased. They are open 24 hours. Their shrimp and rib icdrooms and dining Gorgeous rooms.

dinners are "oh boy, gourmet's joy." Say hi to BEN GREGG. American and rock maple, sacrifice Salon j
$.6.: If perfect $205. Odd
dressers chests, desks chinas 4310 NW 7th Ave. Ph. 757.9458
JIM REESE who has pushed many good beers Into the ton- cheaper) for cash, credit If yon

selling ranks, Is doing the same good job now for Carlings Black wish.
75: EXQUISITE; ultra modern
Label and Red Cap Ale . BILL TYLER, the photographer, wasa sectionals sofas, 25' Castro
very busy man during the Miss Universe Pageant at Miami type convertibles, to $005 sacIflce -
Beach. Bill was right along with the national photogs covering $IH5 each. If perfect $235: House For Rent

for the Miami Times . Recommended reading: "The Ivy League other exquisite styles to $"03,

Negro" in the August Issue of Esquire . JANIE REEVES, $8 odd)5 and MASTER end styles bedrooms. $05.: lovely (2) bedrooms, living room, dining i

is home now after a week's stay in Christian Hosp. matching' dining rooms, ultramodern room, kitchen with stove' and refrigerator -
and new Danish styles,
I" fl'.f sacrifice $185 each, If perfesct and a complete set of cabinets. Also
$285, fine quality odd and end included 1 tile bathroom with' hot and
HERE'S A NEW TWIST and not a bad one at that. In At. suites $125 complete. Odd dressers ,

lanta, Ga. the Free For All Baptist Church just opened the Free chests, chinas, desks. cold water, clothes and linen closets,
cheaper for cash.
For All Texaco Service' Station, a real modern business that em
I'UItLIC BALE ENTRANCE Venetian blinds located throughout house.
ploys eight of the church's members. If any churches are interested
1636 N.W. 7th Ave.
Frank Odom of Gulf Oil, has a station up for grabs here. This house includes a private carporte.and .

Call him at the Hampton House . The 62nd St. Food Fair Store Open to 0:30: utility room, an automatic washing
with the times. They recently hired seven .
has really caught up
i machine with beautiful lawn and shrub-
Negroes as cashiers, clerks and meat cutters . C. G. Rolle is ,
sponsoring a petition to have Metro Bus Route 21 moved over to CONTINUOUS SERVICE I bery. This house rents for $20 per week

15th Ave. instead of 14th Ave. in Liberty City . Mrs. Alma SINCE 1048
and can be seen at 2318 NW 66th St.
Brooks, retired school principal, is very ill at Christian Hosp. PL 1-3604

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will headline the .show aboard
Who will be "Miss Decathlon?"
the Calypso liner on Its Saturday night moonlight cruise .
and children, Annetta and James Jr. of South StaaRty ,.
James Bowman '
A contest is being launched to select the most popular !
for Univ. and New Brunswick, NJ.
Miami leave Monday Rutgers t{ i v
in Miami.
personable lady Young
They will pick up Mrs. Dorothy Bowman and spend a two weeks
vacation in Washington, D.C. and NYC . This Corner extend women, age 21 and over interested) in entering this

its deepest sympathy to the family of Lovell Richardson. As he We plan, guide and adVise contest may fill in the entry blank below and mall toi

was known, "Rich" was always a swell guy, even when 111 health DECATHLON'S; HOriO-CIVIG CLUB
had him down seriously. He fought back. lie will be missed, but Quality Building I'. O. Box M.1( N.W. Branch

not forgotten by many. HOMES :Miami, Florida

VERY QUIETLY the dally papers have cut out the "Negro ADDITIONS FIRST PRIZE TRIP TO JAMAICAThe II

Theatres" listing on the amusement pages. Now all the theatresare ALTERATIONS
listed together In the Movie Clock column . Isn't it real winner will be crowned at a "Coronation Ball"at

nice to :fee those Negro' salesgirls at Burdlnes, Richards and Jor- BANK FINANCINGGeneral the Knight Beat.

A lot of local Elks are glng to1 Bimini this week.
don Marsh ? ? ?
end where the Bahamas Ass'n of Elks are having their annual V

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I Hi Spence Favorite In Flagler ClassicFinals

Recreation NewsNORTH
I of the $5,000 American keener in this one, however, for winter; Happy Stutz' Moment,
Hurdle Championship and I there are others in the field who recently set a track recordat
., who also like the longer route Mile High in Denver; Ira
start of the Third Annual
Outstanding among these are Ino's Lieutenant Crosby from
DADE coming August 12 at 8 p.m. In 000 International Classic will Rolling Rock Kennel's Roaring Jacksonville; Bill Katz Ol Case:
the cafetorium. make this weekend the biggest Drama; Ken Hutchlngs Suel'sHose Ilohn Rushes Fox Hound, and
There are many genuine of the summer season thus far winner of the $25,000 All- Musick and Spradling's M. S.
Total points accumulated have Miami's Kennel Club.
awards to be received from participation at Flagler Arizona Stake at Phoenix lastJJ1'JT Mousie.
not been tallied yet, but many
in a recreation pro- North Daders have made impressive The hurdle event with -
gram such as the one at North showings. Aaronlyn Oscar Evers' HI Spences as the
Dade High School gym. Armstrong, Anna Marie Reed, standout favorite Is scheduled THE MIAMI TIMES:: MIAMI, FLA.
I the many awards to be receive Ida Phillips and Sadie Norris Friday night, Aug. 2 with SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1963 PAGE 7
is the satisfaction obtained lead the girls in honor points the $80,000 Classic getting underway ,
from acheivement. It is a policy and Ronald Kinsey, Ernest Saturday.A s JI ca j'f..iIJIJYJJ:jIJI Jr.1Y:il'JI.If.f:1'rW1Y.1'rJ:1T: : : T.1'nnrJT:1I'rr-' ':

of the Metro Dade Recrea- Kemp, Clifford Snell and
field of 40 will go to the This column in prepared
,; tion Dept. to offer honor points Charles Paige are high on the VETERAN'S
, to young people who sign up boys list.Center. post in seven different races at I weekly at the VA Office 01 W.
the start of the International
for recreation, participate in Flajjler Ht., Miami, for information -
the activities and provide vol- Director Walt Cam- with John Prevatt's sensational CORNER
unteer leadership when need- bridge has announced a forth- Sonda looming# as the favor- of Veterans in this area.

ed. At the end of the summer's coming Family Night affair to Ite Just as she was in the $25- 1J'1'J'I'.lI' ..u.I..aJ1'.aJTJT..p..jJ&U: .>I.>r JT.zJJT..Jr.>I.1I ..JTJJ.1TJT.T Jt4.r
program many deserving young be held- on Friday, August 9th 000 Open which wound up last
people will make an honor tripto at the North Dade Gym. This weekend. (3ON13: FISHING an to make n reservation for a

Crandon Park as a reward program will be a culminatingevent The classic will be contestedover Well, we thought we had a burial plot In a national ceme-

for sharing their leisure with including a sampling of the three-elghth'mlle Flag- nice item for publicity purpose tery?
others. all the types of recreational activities ler Course but Sonda was to use for Veterans Day in No- A. Burial plots are assignedat
In the
All sponsored pro-to known primarily as a distance vemU r. One of our interviewers the time of the funeral no
I BUNCHE PARK attend gram. this parents event wherein are urged they running star before getting hot this week said he had been advance reservations are made.
on the five-sixteenths mile You may obtain full informa-
will see many projects by their married on Nov. 11, 1933, so we
tion to the
sprint course after moving to as procedure to follow -
week of
Last Friday ended a children. Music, tumbling anda Flagler. got busy and obtained a "release" by writing to the Superintendent
wonderful activities for the par program of dance will be pro- from him saying we could
of the where
,: ticipants of the Metro Dade vided. Competition is expected to be use his name in connectionwith burial is desired.AIiLOWANCE5 cemetery.
Parks and Recreation
County news releases later on
. The shortie girls weekly We are urging all parents and
program. --- --- this year. Just to be certain, FOR
'ff tournament was in kikit and friends in the North Dade and however, we asked him to check
the winners were Elya Morris, Metropolitan Miami communityto 1500 Substitute the date of marriage with his J)] I"I NIJaNTB
Eloise Taylor and Sandra Hines. visit us on Friday night, Aug. wife. He called her and found
The shortie boys played ping 9 at 8 o'clock. The dancing program -I Teachers Needed the correct date of his marriagehad Veterans whose service-con-
will include modern and nected disabilities are rated at
and first and second place
pong been November 20, 103G
folk dance ; 50 percent or and entitledto
winners were Vaughn Bradleyand presentations. Special
not Day Nov. 11
Clarence Butler. The jun- awards will be presentedthat Here 1933. There went our "feature additional allowances for dependents -
ior girls had their second tour- night, with cups being given story" item out the window including wife, child
nament in carrom pool. The for sportsmanship, skill In "More than 1500 substitute :and 1 the vet Is probably In the or dependent parent. The extra
lucky winners were Rose Mary various sports, leadership, ser- teachers will be needed for the doghouse at home for not remembering allowance is paid for all children -
Dorsett, Annie Ruth Hines and vice and participation. Recreation Dade County public schools dur- his date of mar- whereas it was formerly restricted -
Tzaradell Williams. In the jun- leader at North Dade are Ing the coming school year," riage. to three children. Get
ior boys paddle tennis tourna- busy finalizing plans to make Mr. Jack France, assistant superintendent your dependents: established
ment, Milton Robinson, Dwight this an exceptional affair. Walt for Personnel announced QUIZ CORNERQ. with the VA so you won't miss
Duncombe and Ernest Floyd.At Cambridge, our well liked Center today. Is it possible for a veter- I out on any benefit due you.
Director, has ordered a special
2 p.m. we had our weekly trophy case to display the I I "But," he emphasized, "only
special event, which was "A many medals and trophies won i,I those people meeting certain
Day in Nassau" The cafeteriawas by the North Dade Thunder- requirements will be accepted
beautifully decorated by birds this summer. to fill positions of regular V Be
memlters of the leaders club. teachers who are ill or absent:
Many thanks to William Kll- The "Summer of Dance" pro- from school for other reasons."
patrick, Barbara Dallas, Pau- gram directed by our dance
lette Williams, Veronica Wil- and baton specialist, Marie F. To qualify as a substitute a
son, Gwendolyn Hagens and Floyd, was a good exhibition of person must have had GO or AUTO RADIATOR SERVICE
Tyrone Williams for their un- baton twirling and dance. Or- more semester hours of college
efforts in transformingthe chids to you Marie, for a an- credits and obtain a valid Fla.
tiring 1 Hour Service Credit A vailnbleWIIIIH
cafeteria Into a fantasy other successful program. Last Teaching Certificate. Official -
land. The shortie girls presented Friday at 2 p.m. the gym was college transcriptions must be YOU WAIT
transformed Into a lively arena sent to Tallahassee with the ap
a very fitting island dance dance we of entertainment during the plication for a teaching ccrtifi Come in for free checkup ,
had .
also an pre-
sented by Gail Watson and Dor- "Calypso Carnival. This carnival cate. 8 POINT SYSTEM :
ralne Evans. Each group par- one of our best attended Kf'inovc Radiator Prom hark Flush' Engine' Hlotb I
Qualified applicants
special events, provided amuse may Car Tlicrk water & hose
in limbo contest and pump
ticipated a
apply at the Personnel Office
ment for riewi' .
the winners shortie Eloise everyone. and Hod ItiiillotniN Tent' Itndlntor' for Loiika
were 101
room Lindsey Hopkins .
Tent TIirrmoMtnt and and '
Taylor' Sheila Davis and Rena June Brownlee showed her Building, 1410 NE 2nd Ave., 1'icNNiii-n Pulnt
'' Cup mid Inwbill Itiidlator
Miller. In the Junior division, superior skill as a dancer as Monday through Friday. All Work Ciiuinuilerd)
Ronald Clark, Dwight buncombe she easily won first place in
and Martel Williams. the limbo contest. Adolphus COMPLETE STOCK OF REBUILT RADIATORS
After the contest, costumes Seymour Jackie Hrownlee and OI'KN 7 A.M. TO 5: I'.:.M. MON. TIIKU HAT.
Sell it?
were Judged by Mr. Cambridge, Ronald Clark also received rec- to 6200 N.W. 27th Ave. Dial OX 1.2221
Miss Banner-
Miss Dawsey, ognition for their al/lllty to
man, and Junior leader Barbara glide under the limbo stick. Advertise it!
Dallls. Each first place win- Daneese Wilcox, Avon Bllllng-
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with a gold crown. Xavier' Walton in
ry everyone
Williams and Elize Morris were I stitches with their antics in the Vacation in the MountainsFor STAR MEAT MARKET

crowned King and Queen of the ballroom ankle dance. They tied complete rcttt and relaxation -
Shortie and Denise Brisbon for first place in this funny plan to spend your vaca-
and Martel Williams were event. tion thn LANDINA) JUICHT
tit /
1520 N.W. 62nd Street
crowned queen and king of the /
Juniors. All the runnersupwere Tournament winners for this Hendrnwiivllle
presented ribbons. After week are: Marsha Butler, girls Private rooniN and baths and
the the children were shuffle board, followed by Rosa the finest! food $0 per day Including -
served refrshments and then Conley and Diane Nesbitt. The 2 meal, ulno a cool rest

watched movies. Next week's McCoy brothers, Oscar and home for professionals THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
special event will be a gymnastic Marvin win first place in Hollis Landrum
show. Why not make it a shuffleboard doubles and Mar. .

must to come out and watch vin Thomas racked up a win In 710 lit Ave., W.
your children demonstrate their shuffleboard singles. James
physical fitness. Watch for more Hendersonville, N. C. Fresh Meat-Low Prices
information concerning our Snell won a blue ribbon for

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Pall Bearers Take OverlW. P. BeachContinued : ::

from page 2 dollar bills. After reading and 1
approving of the minutes, the ( nMY 6
Bearers choir. The service was '
finance committee
made its re- 1 1t
very impressive. The ''big, color
port. Total receipts, ,709.79.!
ful parade took place at 5 p.m.
Too much praise cannot be
ANNUAL CONTESTAt given to the general chairmanof
7:30: p.m. W. C. Taylor this gigantic affair, Grand
chairman of the educational Vice President J. H. Thomas
committee, announced the open. who was so,ably assisted by his y
ing of the program of the annual faithful wife, Elizabeth, and all i
contest. As usual, this was other members: of the committee b 4 > M ,
the cream social event of the and all the people of W. P.
convention and enjoyed l/y all Beach in whose homes the dele- t '
who were fortunate to be pres gates had so much comfort. To < rMusical ,
ent. all of you the Grand Lodge 2
wishes to say, Thank You. The
Winners in the contest
next setting of the
grand lodge .
in the oratorical Gra- --
Carolyn is
July, 1004 in Miami.
ham West Palm Beach first '' jF;
; SoireeMiss f r l
Velvia Solomon, Miami, second:
Rhonda West, third
and \ valdezhKey Naissau, Helen M. Dorsett recording -
who had only two weeks to SOCIAL SECURITY ( secretary of the Boardof
study her oration, won fourth.In I I Management of the G. W.

the solo contest, Sandra Carver Branch YMCA, and Music co- 1Iti 'I\i. ..., ,,; .., ., J>t
Fox, Miami, won first prize; R chairman of the annual
Lorrene Waldon, W. P. Beach, Soiree, telephones the sponsors National Trustees of Zeta Left to right. Mrs. S. GladysButler
second. In the group singing -+ o-- of this highly cultural event Phi Beta Sorority, In;. are pictured Indiana, chairman; Mrs.
Miami first II scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 11, Luanda Rhodes, Alabama Mrs.
contest won prize. JIlltr II.I! ,.'_" fI 4:30 the 'Y'The } at the Houlo Hall nt Bay ;
: at Ella
p.m. I Strawbridge, Missouri; Mrs
N rrarl0 Hllr fir Oa.YWlm/f front Park Auditorium when I
GRAND BANQUETAt i Ethel Hall, Pennsylvania
of the they hold one of the best contentions -
sponsors programare
the close of the programthe : In the 43-year historyof Mrs. Marian II. Shannon, Miami.
audience retired to the dining Edward P. Blonston, District
Mesdames Ida] Mae Adams, the organization.
room of Tabernacle auditor
Manager of the North Miami Social
ium where the grand banquetwas Security office, called at- 'Haely Alfred, Portia Bannister, Times ads don't cost
held and where nimble and tention to the "Four Times For Edythe Barfield, Rosebud Byrd,
courteous young waitresses, un- Action," when people should I Blanche Calloway, Lugusta Col Join The NAACP! They pay!
ston, Delores Collier, Luther
der the supervision of Mrs. Le-
their social
contact of-
ona Butler, were waiting to doa fice. The first time Is security when you : Carey, Ann Coleman, Gloria ..-.... --- ;;. ...... *.. "'" .... ......... ..........
bang-up job of serving the have a disability that keeps Coleman Ruby Delaney, Helen
delicious food prepared by the from working.The M. Dorsett, Leona Eldridge;
competent kitchen staff under Melzie Elliott, Amos Fludd, Alma
the spervision of Mrs. M a .r y second time for action is Finley, William Gamble, B-CITY
Williams I when you reach retirement age. Frankie Goldsmith Catherine
Even though you don't retire, Gipson Ruth Greenfield, John
Among other happenings at it's to your advantage to make Haynes, Susan F. Harris, Ma-
the banquet was the presentation sure you have all the Informa- mie Jordon, Velma Johnson, DRIVE- IN THEATREOX
of gifts of merit to the two tion you need about your bene Elizabeth M. Jones, George Kil-
most faithful and efficient secretaries fit rights. Patrick, Ella Moncur Bloneva 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.
Mrs. W. C. Taylor, Monroe, Carolyn Morley Mil-
grand recorder and Mrs. M And at 72, even if you're still dred Marks, I. C. Mickins Henry
W. Brown, grand financial secre working, a visit to your social C. McDowell, Bonita North, NOW SHOWING
tary and the prizes were pre- security office might pay off. Dorothy Portlock, Blooming
sented to the winning contestants You can collect insurance at Portlock, Willie Parker, Murray J
age 72, no matter how much Radln, Janie Reeves, Lenora
George Coleman of the Cole- money you're making.The Sands William F. Savoy, Esther FR3NKSiNaTRaComE
man Funeral Home was toast- fourth time for action is Scott, Jefford G. Smith, "
master for the occasion. Music after the death of a person Autherine Strapp, I. R. Straugh--
was by the Colemanettes of W. whose work was covered by ter; Mary Washington, Oscar W. YOUR HORN
P. Beach. social security. Some memberof Weaver, Virgil Whitehead Mer- .
the family should Inquire desta Wilson and Hazel Wright,:
RECEIPTS $9,700.79 promptly to learn if survivors Compositions by Chopin, Grieg, JI fell
Saturday morning devotional benefits'are payable. Schubert and Schumann will be you,
service was blessed with a very Mr. Blanston said his office featured with the talented "T chum
masterly sermon by the Rev. F would be happy to answer any Charles H. Jones serving as ..
L. Smith of Miami. At the closeof question concerning the Law, music consultant \ laughs
the service, Mrs. Mottle warned against accepting "curb. Tickets be secured from
Knight, State juvenile conduc- stone" advise. The social security may
tress, was presented with a office is at 234 NE 79th the sponsors or by sailing the I
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our anniversary starting July 15 thru Aug. 15. NEXT ATTRACTION

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: It has, been a pleasure serving you these past 19

years Mr. and Mrs. W: J. Prince and all the employees

think that those who walk in and out our doors are the

sweetest and dearest people on earth-our customers.

Free lemonade or tea will be given with each dinner

throughout this month. Also free orange juice with ..
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each full breakfast. 'STEVE MCQUEEN

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SPORTS WORLD OVER federal ed all judges New Thursday Orleans order-public FRI., SAT., SUN., AUG. 2-3-4' :

parks, playgrounds community Swinging big show with 10 acts featuring the

By LEO ARMBRISTER\ centers and cultural facilities sensational . i

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All Stars Could Be Trouble Public Grand- Decorators Central Freight. Dealers :.

To Packers From Air $1,000 FRENCH-Italian Dun- /
I can Phyfe dining rooms, complete ( a
Good PassReception Ben Wilson, Southern Califor suites with gorgeous si.
nia. chinas and buffets, 200 matching r #
bedrooms, white and gold -
Speed, The pass receiving depart- Frultwood finishes. Freight a ..tiA ,r x
ment boast a solid line of record claim $285 If perfect $385. Exquisite ;" ,4 '
Main AssetsOFF holders. Each man has set a $1,800 styles $G50. Cheaper s.- ,
TO SOLDIER SHIELD, record at his respective schoolso styles complete $125. No it '
CHICAGO The Inexperienced with a galaxy such as Pat cash needed we deliver. v y' k; ,'1 Iw
of the College All-Stars Richter of Wisconsin; Willie a
will I line up against the men ol Richardson of Jackson State; 150 French-Italian Victorian
the professional champs Green Paul Flatey, Northwestern; sectionals sofas, beautiful )
Bay Packers In the 30th annual Hugh Campbell, WashingtonState chairs and loveseats will be sac- b r Ll '
preseason gridiron spectacle In ; Bob Jencks, Miami, Ohio rificed today. FROM the above V uV +
Soldiers Field, Friday, Aug. 2. and John Mackey, Syracuse. It suites, odd desks, dressers, :
is hard to concede a defeat for chests, king size beds, chinas,
This dream game, which has; the Stars. This splendid arrayof breakfronts, glass curio cab ,
its origin from the same sourceas talent, however must com ,
inets, gorgeous lamps, vene-
the All-Star Baseball classic pete with seasoned professionals tian mirrors, odd sofas, section. .
will see the college constella- who have been playinga al, chairs, odd canopy and Tee
tion underdogs engage for the thee pro 30th champs time as: little rougher as a unit much ter ,beds, will be sacrificed cheapfor f

For eight :contests the All-Stars I longer and the (gained experi- cash today.

have reversed this pre-game enced may be margin of ability. Credit if you want it, we de. ;
outlook of the results and twice However the ball bounces we liver.
they have battled the champ- will be there to see and try to I I OUR ONLY SALES ADDRESS ;
ions to a tie; this team of starsis this I 1G3G N.W. 7th Ave. Open to 0:30: ;
geared with, one of the best report the unseen drama of
aerial quartets to ever face the great foottfall season opener. I Miami ;
pros and speculation is high as
to whether or not they may
not by the earthmen of the Advertise It Pays! \| Support NAACP .

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Directing the aerial attack I
for the Stars will be Terry Ba-
ker of Oregon State, winner of Educational Opportunities
,the Heisman Trophy; Ron Van-
der Kellen, Wisconsin who distinguished Grossly Unequal In U.S.
himself in the Rose HODGES
Bowl; Glynn Griffin, who piloted By Sen. Stephen M. Young (D. Ohio) I THOMAS

Ole Miss to an unbeaten,
Gibbs Willie Lee Maxwell Lee ,Eddy Robinson, Downbeat
untied season and Sonny ,
: For more than a century the pride of America hat been its
tall Texan from Texas acrobatic dancer) Bennie Latimore,
the Shorty (table top ,
fine system of public school education. It was founded on the
Christian.The (dual act pick your winner), Bennie Latimore,
'premise that education is the heart of a democratic society and
stars are pretty well balanced is the birthright of every American. Throughthe singing crusader singing the latest hits, Papa "Tree
in the weight departmentwith his act Sir John Dancers doing
years, we have willingly supported our pub- Top" with guitar .
a 250 plus average 270 ill among Jun- lic schools in the belief that it is in them that their latest dance "The Monkey," Bobby "Call Me
them Grambling's
ious Buchanan and Minnesota's we develop our most precious natural resource, Darling" Marshall, M.C. singing, his latest song "San
fabulous 220 lb. tackle, Bobby our children. Although our system of public Francisco."
Bell. In speed the team is rat- education has worked well, I maintain w. could
ed as one of the fastest All Stars do better-much better. Indeed, it must be Admission Friday and Sunday $1.25 Sat. $1.50

yet; giving FAMU vim to flashy this Is half-Bob the very best if our society is to meet the grim ....... ... .....-.............. .... .....-......................
back, who has sped the 100 yds. challenges of the years ahead.
in 9.3. Accompanying Paremoreare The sheer pressure of population growth has
other speedsters: Larry brought about a critical need for rapid expan- r I ..r "
Ferguson of Iowa; Charlie Mitchell sion of educational facilities and rapid increasein M. vwne. I
Washington; Bill (Thun- educational personnel. Today !
der) Thornton. Nebraska; Roger there 70 million airy is unequal During the
Penn State and young school New York''
Kochman, Americans under the age of current year,
State spent $645 per pupil in LJ.,1A ,
Dodgers and Yanks twenty-seven years from now and secondary
public elementary
there will be 16 million. This
schools State of Ohio
My own
Fashion East-West year, alone, there are 1 million (
At the
more sixteen-year-old. than last spent $422 per pupil.
same time, the expenditure per ,
SeriesThe year.Because of this population pupil in Arkansas was only $279
and in Mississippi $230. + I .
and pressure, our educational need.,
Los Angeles .,
the New York Yankees went now and In the years to come, That means that fine young t'
Into orbit in their respective are staggering. Since 1950 enrollment scholars in states such M Arkansas I '
leagues and It appears they in our schools and colleges and Missi..ippi-to mention "f
don't intend to come down until has increased by over 10%, only two are discriminated .1 .; ilMt'
their schedule, date in the fall fault of 'f,: /. x.
I and it it expected that by 1910 against, through no !I'I
classic in October. college enrollment will double their own. A student who possibly :

Looking The Sports! Over and secondary school enrollment could become a great nu- 'l.

gave the nod to the Dodgersand increase by 50%. clear physicist who would serve I, I' ; ,
Yanks before the season be One and a half million new our Nation magnificently may I \, II, :: -
gan (Times, April 13)) but thereis classrooms: will be needed for thereby be deprived of that opportunity ," f, ; .

still the haunting memory of elementary and secondary schools du to inadequate I . .'. '.t.
with .
how the Giants caught up : .
the Dodgers on the last day of in this decade. [Vet, last fall we training. ,'> ,
the '62 season, then went on to had shortage of 121 thousand Thus, those. who cry of a ,
beat them in the playoff-2 gamesto classrooms: and if current construction "federal tajce-over" are wasting
1. We still feel confident the rata continue we will their tears and our time. Our I II
Dodgers will win in the National make up only half of what we total national expenditure for Il.I J

something league, but stop are the anxious on-rushing to see will ecd. Moreover, last year, ,education ia about $JO billion.J L.l. -J _

Giants, Cardinals and Reds. one and s half million of our The federal government contributes
children were studying in overcrowded only,4o,, of this Tb. HAMILTON
The Yankees continue to illus- classrooms, snd two Administration !has proposed that t'V. '' ROY

trate that mastery of proficient million others were studying in increase the federal contribu I
strength in the American t "You'll Never Walk Alone "Come Out Swinging""Only
little substandard conditions: of health tion towards education to only <
and getting very
league opposition, from Chicago, Balti- :I I sad safety. These figures rep- 6 or 1%. ").;bb Tide" You""Uurt"
more and Minnesota.ListonClay I resent but a small illustration of Wails some of us art splitting I "Have lIlueH lu.Ht Travel"With
our very: immediate educational straws over whether an educa- "I'lJelleve""Unchained All My Love"
needs. tional crisis exists and whethera J Melody" '* : "Golden ISo)'"

Mismatch Recognizing the enormity of suitable solution can be found j+ "I'll Come Running Hack to You "Soft and Warm"

May be in PhillyA the problem we mutt also recognize the problem grows. We must "Ho Let There !>c Ix>ve" "You Can Have Her"
that this is not only s begin now to correct the sorry "Don't Let (;o" "Mr. Rock and Houl"
Liston- local problem, but s national one deficiencies in our public school I
Clay prediction mismatch will that not the come off ss well. If education is inadequate system. They will not disappear ....-.-.- -.+++............ ........................

until June of '64 and then it in one area, ability is undermined if wa ignore them. They Big Teenage Matinee and All-Star Show
will beJn the city. of Brotherly in all areas. Today, will only grow mon acute. Th

drilled Love;. this into would Liston If that it ,could Philly bb we are allowing a situation to time has com when the only With the Sir John Dancers doing their version
love and he I exist in which educational opportunity interest which must be satisfiedis
practices brotherly
should act accordingly. is grossly uneven and the interest of our children* of "The Monkey"Sunday
unequal throughout the land. the interest of thoM whoa fu-
And when educational opportunity tun It dtpendenj;; upon edue .' Aug. 11, 2-6 p.m. Admission $1.00

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AMEs Prepare For A Great State Meet I King to Address Insurance MenDr.

The die is cast, the book is outlined. President Stewart and 100 youth in the choir conducted -I Martin Luther King Jr., I dom interests will be represented
the business manager, Mr. Bar- by Prof. Carter T. Lewis and leader of the integration movement at the convention because: of
written and the '
plans are ptfr-
nett, have arranged for the entertaInIng Mrs. Abiah B. Shehee, Bishop will address the 43rd An. the dominant position the life
fected for the greatest State I of the meeting. The 0. L. Sherman, presiding prelateof I nual Convention of the National insurance companies hold In the
meeting in the history of the presiding elders and ministersare the 10th District (Texas) Insurance Association in the financial affair of Negro com-

11th Episcopal District. working Jointly with Bish- will deliver the kenote sermonon Sheraton-Chicago Hotel, Aug. munities, and the varied busi-
up Ball to see that all thingsare August 13. Bishop Ball is a 21.
Bishop Ball met leaders from executive with ness activities of officials.
in order for the meeting. great a great
Some 500 officials of 47 Ne- . . ..
the seven conferences of Florida More than 2,000 young people program.Mrs. gro-managed life insurance oII I}I.JI..I..I I1'.T JI..I..lT 1I If II'IJ..lI..I.11''I..lI..lI..I.
and mapped a plan and programto and adults wil attend the meet.
include all phases of Chris ing. Presiding Elder A. R. Rich. Agnes M. Ball, Episcopal companies and another 500 Chi.
tian teaching and training. Rev.C. ardson, chairman of the hous- District Supervisor of Mission cago leaders will hear Dr. Kingat HANNAH MOTELDAY
the boardof is full aries, Mrs. Ethel Richardson, the President's Banquet, tra-
E. Toston, heading ing committee, making. '
with of the four-
state president, together jditional i highpoint
Religious Education for the WEEK OR
preparation to house every I' ,
all conference branch presidents day meeting.
State Rev. A. J. Reddick, deanof
the; institute; Dr. J. B. Epper delegate.The have planned well for I I Although the gathering traditionally OVERNIGHT, ROOMS
son dean theology of B. F. their department to make a is a business meeting
og I
"big opening" will be at contribution the total
Lee Seminary of Edward Waters great to emphasizing attention to prob- 631.45 NW 32nd St.
College, will see to it that the the college, Sunday, August 11 program. lems of management, sales and
program will be carried out as at 7:30: p.m. with more than Rev. J. S. Johnson, rejorter.I'I conservation, the delegates will Phone 635-4643
also look at the role of their
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TEMPLE BAPTIST Tent RevivalCome wide pressure from Negroes for Mgr.indf

Men's Day was quite a suc- Phil Ossofer' Says I air more The nights.convention theme, "Free- iL.Y..I..lI..lI..lIJI..T..T. :;T..I. .>:I'.T..T..T.JIJI. . 1iI..Io1:
cess Sunday. The attendancewas sit in the cool open
large and everyone was tent every night at 8 o'clock at
17th Ave. and 71st St. and hear
inspired by the challenging and The world is frozen with THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.
Rev. Theodore R. Morris. There
timely address delivered by the fear in cold war, and our beloved
Miami Times Managing Editor, will be good singing and music
sountry is burning with PAGE 10 SATURDAY AUGUST 3 1963
night. All gospel singers ,
Garth C. Reeves during the the flame of a hot war what every
morning; service. He was ably with "right-wingers," White i please come and take part in

introduced by Carl Hanna, a Citizen's Council, Black Muslims the service. -_ I.rsoa..
teacher in the Dade County and liberals embroiled ina Every Saturday night will be '
School system and member of battle for what each group Young People Gospel Talent "
the church. believes is right. Unless truth Night. Free refreshments. STOpFA <
Arthur King's rendition oi wins out soon, Communism will .
"The Lord is my Light" left a prevail, for it thrives on the HAIR t1U I''
lasting impression on the con- prejudices of its foes. of the job. The goal of truth,

gregation. Mr. King, who is What is truthThe voice of when reached, will cause the '
chorister at Mt. Zion, had as Christ is truth. He tells us to descent of the Heavenly King- "Sstker's"SAVE 7
his accompanist, Charles Rog- love one another as He lovesus dom on earth.' This will happen F .
ers. .j, >TUt tl, and points out that we do only when the hearts of men

The feature of the eveningwas :not love God if we do not love are purged of prejudice, whether -
it be racial, religious or -
a 20-minute program pre- our fellowmen. He does not tell IT""SAVE.ITH
sented ,by the male chorus. us to love lust those of the same triotic.
olor, of the same religious beliefs God created the earth for all
Deacon A. J. Hanna, chair- or of the same country. The mankind, setting no boundariesand
man and captain, with his God of one is the God of all, making no race superior or I tt fithcr't new formula' for mn and

group reported the highest rand if we truly love God, we inferior. Man did that. Earth is womn-a product designed to help" prtv.nt |h.
Brother George E. Hep- nust love all His children without I
amount. not man's home, but his tomb, lOll of hal by destroying scalp' bacteria and
burn and his group came sec prejudice towards some. and each of us, whether rich or
dandruff-a atmnt for breaking hair, thin
ond. Congratulations to all Do "rightwingers, membersof poor ends up owning the same
the workers and to the women White Citizens' Councils or portion of ground; our earthly GAUE_4 temploi,and othor thin ipott-a product dttignod
who held up their end. Black Muslims accept Christ's grave. to store natural oil, giving luttro, boauty and

words of truth? Apparently not, Mronsth, converting short, stubby, liftlm' hair :
The Silent Workers (compri since each is prejudiced, havinga Knowing this, doesn't It seem Into the real "Woman's Crowning "
sing Mrs. V. Strachan, Miss D. : preference of color, of denom- foolish to use the few precious Glory.
Thompson and Mrs. B. Hart) nation of religion and a limited years here to hate and kill one AT LEADING COSMETIC COUNTERSIf
made a presentation to Deacon form of patriotism. another? Let
us our
purge your dealer does not have "SAVE IF', send $1.00 for
Hanna for long and faithful hearts of all forms of prejudicesso 2 oz. site. $1.50 for 4 c*. jar. (tax and postage InEsther's -
service to the church, Bro Liberals, (and Jesus was certainly have cluded to
acting for one) to insure we may peace on earth.
are working
Alexander Nottage I. -
the group. equality for those who, as Beauty Aids / 50 West 12.5th Street
Those who did not 'get in yet, have been deprived of their New York 27. N.V.

Sunday still have a chance to -ights. A liberal knows that the Join The NAACP! .,
see their captains. :old war will not melt away I

Thanks to all, including Usher nor the heat of the hot war cool ..- _______n _________ ..
Wilson from Mt. Carmel, and )ff until everyone has his God-

Brother Frank Johnson who liven rights.Legislation. I For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
saw to it that the place was can only do part
The Red Circle Girls, Mrs. M. a <<

wina Lord, president, had a She has 30 '
spicy anniversary program that years experience
afternoon. Mrs. T. Williamswas Be a success In BONDED 1f
M. C. life. Have a t

The Red Circle girls Mrs. M. happy home, get W
Hepburn, director, had their the position
picnic at Crandon Park Mon- you want, get RENTAL
day and are taking summer va out of the rut
cation. by the help of t .
First Sunday services will be God. Let my r
as usual. of experience
years help you AGENCY INC.I
NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. In business and
In work, in
W. E. Sims, pastorA. love.
L. Stephens, reporterp Your psychic and friends for SO
u B SJ90UJO: 'luapjsaad oqj Wed. and
all day
Closed ''
members of the No. 1 choir ai/ years.will be at the big home, 5417 The largest collection and rental

very happy for the warm fel- S.W. 17th St., Hollywood, Fla.
lowship. shown them last Sunday Healing meeting every Wednesday r 4 agency in the South; operating in
on their battle of song with night.
the No. 1 choir of Greater New
Bethel. They wish to thank the CALL IN PERSON Dade and Broward Counties'L

pastor, officers, members and
friends for their cooperationboth Madam Hunter
spiritual and financial. L. BROOKS Negro Housing areas.
Revival will begin Monday 1657 NW 73rd St.
night at 8 p.m. Aug. 5 throughthe Miami, Fla. PresidentMANAGING

9th. The public is cordially Sunday 10:30 to 2 p.m. Office
Invited to attend these services.A hours dally 10' a.m. to 8 p.m. AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
warm welcome is always Licensed by state and county
awaiting you at New Hope Bap Heading daily.
tist. We pray God's blessings upon 10,000 ,HOUSING UNITS
our sick and chuMns.

Bonded also has employment service at main office

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I Sunday School BTU Hold Banner Session
SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1963 PAGE 11Bethelites .,

The 32nd annual session of In the singing division Brenda Bethel, Nassau; the Rev. I. W.

the Sunday School and Training Beneby of New Bethel took Hepburn of Central, West Hollywood
Union Congress of Atlantic first place Portia Brown of ; and the Rev. J. H. Johnson
Coast Baptist Association which Bethel, Nassau, second and of Mt. Zion.
I I was held at New Bethel Baptist Claudia Hepl/urn of Temple,
Church, July 17.20, was one third. Choirs that sang Included all
of the most Interesting In the Miss L. Smith, educational of New' Bethel's, Temple's, Cen
history of the group. speaker was very good. She was tral, West Hollywood and Mt.
introduced by Mrs. K. Gibbs, Zion West Palm Beach.
From the welcome program last year's speaker. Pastor Williams and his congregation "
Tuesday evening to the close Three scholarships were are to be highly commended .
Sunday the interest and spiritof awarded to recent high school for the fine entertaIn-

the messengers were high. graduates who are faithful members ment they gave the group, and
Presiding over the assemblywere of churches in the dis for taking the Sunday School
Dist. Supt. Deacon Chas. trict. banner.All .
E. Gibson and Dist Pres. K. During the missionary hour
Trotti. The instructors were Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Irene officers were reelectedwith
the Revs. I. C. Micklns, J. A Brown made a glowing reportof the addition of Mrs. M.
Butler, Mrs. M. Llghtbourn, her experiences at the Na- Culmer and Miss Claudia Hep
Mrs. E. Levan and Miss E. Lord. tional Training School for Women burn as ministers of music.

The highlight of the meeting and Girls in Washington, The 1901 I session of the con-
was the oratorical and musical D. C. and thanked the' mission- gress will be held at Bethel,

contest Friday evening. In the aaries for sending delivered her. Nassau, Rev. H. W. Brown,
Those who
Junior division (declamation) mes- pastor.
Dr. H. W. Brown
William sages were
Brown of Bethel Nas-
and the Rev. M. E. Monroe of
sau, won first pribe; Linda ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev.
Beneby and Sandra Sears, both
Begin of New Bethel, took second and I P. W. Williams, pastor

third places, respectively.In Church of God Goes Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporter

One MileMembers the senior division, Gail To Tennesse For Prayer meeting is now In
Brown of Bethel, Nassau, was process. It is preceding the
of Greater Bethel first Patricia two weeks of revival meeting.
Greater Bethel are also invited ; McCartney of ConventionThe
AME Church have begun their! toto participate in this drive. New Bethel, second and Cas- The services will begin on Aug.
journey for a full budget report. to participate in this drive. sandra Smith of Mt. Zion, West Airline Railroad list 5 to August 12. The Rev A.
Seaboard C. McQueen will be the minis-
Each member in the church and Palm Beach third.
will make ,
prayer all things
has been asked to walk one possible. Co. Is making possible a ter in change of the services.
foot at a time until the goal of "Convention Speciar
one mile Is reached. The victory Members are happy to see from Miami to Cleveland, Tenn. Sacred'' Heart
Revival C. ChurchThe
Meeting at and return.
will be to those who com the pastor, after a relaxed va-
plete the Journey. Mrs. Hazel vation with his mother and New Providence To justify .the" operation all of a I public is cordially invit-
Simmons, the clerk of the family. Rev. Fred Hicks, assis "Spec} delegates ed to attend the opening ser-
church, is distributing "walka tant pastor conducted the ser- and interested persons must vices of the Sacred Heart American
his Intent to travel on
thon" forms to members during vices while the pastor was I register on or Catholic Church, locatedat
"Convention Special"
each church service. Every away. Mrs. Mayme Cousin who the 4718 NW 31st Ave. Sunday,
before 12. For reservations
member of the church Is expected attended the AME Quadrennial, August informationcall August 11 at 4 p.m.
to participate in the reported an inspirational and or additional Williams NE ''Dr. Kelsey Pharr will deliver
walkathon. The informational : Bishop} J. D. the address of, welcome.
pastor, Rev. S. meeting. 4-1714 5MO NW 27th Ave., Mi-
A. Cousin, has announced that ; ami 42, Fla. aug10 The order of services for the
funds raised from this effort : Sacred Heart are:
will be used to cover the budge TRANSFIGURATIONEpiscopal Sundays, 10 a.m. Church

of the church for members. ( ) KELLY'S CHAPEL School; 11 a.m. High Mass and
These funds must be reportedby Fr. Elisha sermon. Other services to be
S. Clarke Jr., vicar
annual conference time. This 7105 NW 15th Ave. announced at a later date. The

year, Greater Bethel will be The Transfiguration is proud. Last Sunday during Love Rev Donald Anthony, OSB, Is
host to the annual conferencefor ly announcing its Sixth annual Feast members renewed their the pastor
the South Florida area. Patronal Festival starting Mon faith to God and expressed their
day, August 5 and ending August determination to work with our
All members are asked to 11. To all of our services pastor, Rev. Frank C. Cambridge Vacation Bible
walk one foot per week, so that and activities the public is cor for the upbuilding of
the quota will be filled this inspirationally
dially invited. God's Kingdom. The pastor -
month. Patrons and friends of delivered sermonsin School at Antioch

The schedule is as follows: the 11 a.m. and 0 p.m. ser-

Monday, Aug. 5, church picnic vices that emphaszlcd love 'Study to shew thyself approved
MT. CARMEL BAPTISTRev. at the Crandon Park Beach. All which is all compelling.Rev. unto God, a workman
cars will meet at the Vicarageat Cambridge's experienceswhich I that needeth not be ashamed
D. A. Bradley, pastor 10 a.m. for the motorcade. were somewhat misrepresented rightly. dividing the word of
Mrs. Christine Cohen, reporterI Tuesday, Aug. 0, Low Mass In a former news truth. ;
was glad when they said 7 a.m. and Evensong with Benediction JU V. WILLIAM. I1OYD article, include past superintendent -
let us go into the House of the of the Blessed Sacra of the Atlantic District for The Vacation BIWe School
Lord. ment at 8 p.m. Both of these Prayer meeting for revival the Florida Conference for six will open at the Antioch Baptist
services will be held at thp meeting at New Providence years. In addition to being$ a Church, 1800 NW 10th Ave.
Our pastor's theme "Come vicarage. Baptist Church will ,begin Aug. graduate of Claflln Theological Registration will bo held Friday -
and follow me." And today? if I 5, 8 to 0 p.m. The pastor, officers Snmlnnrv. Atlanta. Ga. August! .2 from_10 to 11 a.m.
we as Christians would come Friday, August 9, a MidSummer and members cordially invite The Methodist Youth Fellowship l Classes Will be held from 0 a.m.
and follow Jesus there will not Dance at the Blscayne Ter. you to attend the prayer I Algcra Prince, president, to 12 p.m. beginning, August 5.
be so much confusion in the race Starlight Room from 9 meeting for this Is where we greatly appreciate the support The school will be in session
land among our Christian fam- a.m. to 2 a.m. Donation $1.25. become spiritually revived for members and friends gave their for three hours each day, Monday ..
ily. Door prize: Trip to Nassau for the revival meeting. successful Womanless Wedding through Friday, for t w o
two. Preaching services will begin 20"" The congregation weeks. It will be operated for
Sunday morning we are ask. mirthfully to the boys and girls three through
August 12 through August 23. responded
ing all members bring August 11, The High- 10 of
our to Sunday, Prayer meeting for this services comical expressions of the following years ago.
someone with church. of the Festival is the
you to light
will begin 7:15: and preachingat : strikingly attired participants -
A fine program is planned to
Monday will Solemn High Mass processionand
start our prayer ,
8:15: The meeting will be in the ceremony:
p.m. meet the needs of youth.
meeting us for a sermon at 10:30: a.m. at the
preparing Calvin Deal Eugene
James Brown
conducted by Rev. William ,
Rev. O. W. Fostor, pastor.
grand revival. Won't North Dade Jr.-Sr. High School
you come Boyd of All/any I / Ga. Hadley, Madral Jackson,
and share God's goodness withus. auditorium. The Sacred MInis- I Alvin Jones, John Samuels
ters are as follows: Celebrant, We are sure when you hear Williams and MichaelWilson.
this man of God, will come Eugene NEW MT. MORIAH
Father Elisha S. Clarke Jr.; Deacon you William E. Clarks III,
Remember the sick and shutin again. Come one, come all. I
the Rev. H. E. S. Reeves, minister and Dorothy
served as Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor
Rev. C. J. Sis.
everywhere. assistant at the Church of the Burney, pastor; wedding
McGhaney was Ruby Handy, reporter
Incarnation; Sub4 Deacon, Fr. Claudia Wilson, and
reporter.a soloist rendering "Because"
New Mt. Morlah where the
B. Tillman Williams, vicar of St. ugl0GRACE Me" accompanied
0 Promise by
public is always welcome to
Jude's Miami Master of cere-
; Anne Smith who was pianist. with
worship us during our
1571 NW 68th Terrace monies, Rudolph Ash; guest PRESBYTERIANRev. Refreshments were served. regular services.
Rev Ernest Williams, pastor preacher, Father John Cooper, I
Deacon Fred Williams reporter I vicar of St. Kevin's, Opa-locka. William Savoy, pastor Members and friends are Invited Revival meeting will be start.
Immediately following this ser- Services will begin at the to worship with us Sun- ed Monday night after the first
Last Sunday was Youth Dayat dinners will be served:: at and worthily receive the
vice usual time this Sunday with day Sunday with Rev. S. A. Badger ,
New Bethel and the the church many the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Elder C. B. Rock of S. D. A. Holy Communion that we may of Jacksonville running the "
young people of Johnson 15850 NW 18th place. wholesomely do God's work. The
showed This Church as our guest. This man meeting for two weeks.
their talents.
many donation $1.25 adults, children of God Is a very inspiring public is Invited.FRIENDSHIP.
year as last, Sis. Irene Brown
gave her wonderful talents to 50 cents. speaker and we urge everyoneto The Church of God in Christ
and hear him We
the youth to make it a very successful At 5:30: p.m. at the home of come : are
day. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nabble. blessed to have him fill our pul 1809 NW 6th Avenue M. B. +

2501 NW 153rd St. the PatronaiSFestival pit while our pastor takes a Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor
This Sunday the services are Father TheodoreJ. vacation. Nathaniel Thomas, reporter
Tea. The elders will be in chargeof Ruby Lee Carr, reporter
expected to be most enjoyableas Jones vicar of the Churchof service. Sunday we were blessed to. Our pastor delivered another
always. Incarnation will be the evening have wonderful time In the
the The coronation contest la a soul stirring sermon In our
The music this Sunday will speaker. making great strides with the Lord with the sermon coming morning services with so much
be rendered by the No. 1 choir adult choir contestant. Lilllc from our assistant pastor Elder spirit It made us feel like old
with Sis. Collie at the organ. Cowart, the UPW's Muriel Cole. Ira McCall. "His text was "goingto time revival. After early morn
Please remember you and Sunshine ClubOn brooke, and the deacon's Hazel The City. It was taken from ing baptism at Virginia Beach.

are always welcome to Burts, climbing the thermometer the Book of Joel.
yours Usher
board No. 3 concludedits
afternoon the The spirit was on high.
Sunday the
worship with us. to reach goal. are
members of the Sunshine Clubof happy to have Mrs. Beadle Allen Junior choraleers rendered the Friendship Day program
with Ira Mc- Sunday at 3 p.m. reporting complete
Dade County presented to a home again after an eye opera- music for the day
BAPTIST and needy family In the Call Jr. at the piano. success. The president,
ZION HOPE large tion. You are invited to wor- Bro. J. C. Wright and member

5129 NW 17th Avenue ot Opa-locka groceries area consisting, a huge of basket some ship with us.BAHA'I. The church Is praying for a wish to express their sincere

Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor 40 cans of fruit and vegetables, speedy recovery of our church thanks to all who participatedIn
ham rice, ASSEMBLY mother, Mrs. Willie L. Norris, making Friendship Day a
.Stella Mae Flowers, reporter 15 Ibs of potatoes, ,
who is 111 at her home. complete success. The kind i
Sunday service was enjoyedby detergent and many, many George Savitt, chairman of Nathaniel Thomas, Edna Roberts ways of cooperation and the +

all with our pastor delivered Junior- other items. the Baha'l Assembly of Miami, Jackie Lewis and Jasper spirit in which you served will i

a powerful sermon. of Don't forget the Moonlight will be the leader of a discus- Lewis, Bernard Hamilton accompanied always be remembered. Come i
choir No. 2 was in charge Boat Ride Aug. 8, 8 p.m. front sion +group at the Baha'l Cen- Mrs. GusKle Gambleto to church and have your faith
song service. Our evening mes-Rev. pier No. 5, N.E. 5th St. and the ter, 137 NW 11th Ave., Sunday, West Palm Beach on July 28, lifted. You will not want to
sage was brought to us by Jay. Tickets are adults $1.50. Aug. 4 His subject will Ue: for a church business trip. miss hearing our pastor deliver
McGriff. Junior choir No. 1 was We Children under 16 at reduced "Christ and Baha'u'llah." The Remember worship togetherthis I one of his most powerful soulstirring

In charge of song service.sick and fare. Call these numbers: FR public Is cordially invited to at- week, you need not walk sermons. You are always -
are praying for our alone. welcome.
shut In. 4-8328, FR 1-0296 or NA 1-7182. tend.

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PAIGE\ 12 SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1963 In sad but loving memory ofS.7 In sad but loving memory of ., of 14200 Pinkston Dr., Rich-
husband father and
beloved ,
our died July 27. He
mond Heights,
..... .
;"t" was a native of Miami and lived
here all of his life. He leavesto
CARDS ... MEMORIALS P mourn his mother, Mrs. Olive
Ware a sister, Gloria W. Little-
I field, two aunts, Rosa L Lucky
and Emma Ware Rowe; two

IN MEMORIAL 'IN MEMORIAL nieces, Patricia Ann Hunt, Bar-
and Edward
I' S ? :i.r4'r i. bara Jean a nephew, -
In loving memory of our In memory of Services Saturday at 4

father and grandfather, -- p.m. at Martin Memorial Meth-
JOSEPH C. DAVIS I odist Church, with the Rev. J.

who departed this life July 28, D. Dukes officiating.
_. ,,
1962. ---- S uy. -
l P "fl Di kMr
Just a token of love and re- < 1 ;r
% S I
membranceTo .S '
one we will never forget, 54
The joys that he missed on life's

May. highway he find in God's Garden of --I. ,. i
rest. -'tftilParting
doesn't mean "goodbye

It comes to everyoneSo 4 t b. 5 .
we'll, just say "so long for 7y S Y5
Until we meet again. 3 S5 0 4)
Sadly missed by children: i
Evelyn Davis, daughter I SARAH W. ROLLE
Frances Deleveaux, Dght. who departed this life July 27, Percy G. Williams

James Alexander Davis, son 1957. who departed this life August 1, !41iY
Margaret Clark, daughterMiami ?' Gone, but not forgotten. 1958.
4: Kry Donald (Dan) Rolle Five years since you've been
Joseph C. Davis Jr., NYC gone,

Albertha Ferguson, ,=t ; It seems like yesterday. Your t
daughter, Boston guiding love and so many other
Eight 'grandchildren and w. t2 ;.J. CARD OF THANKSThe things will keep your memory

two great grands always lingering In my heart. '5
-----------------------------1 family of the late, Sadly missed

MRS WILHELMINA Lois R. wlhiams. wife
IN MEMORIAMWith We love but God loves Tomas
best. you New York City, who departed Mrs. Dorothy of 2100 NW 61st St., died July

reverance, love and devotion you Dorothy Seymour, Dght. this life June 28, would like daughter 28 at home. She had been a res-
to the sacred memory of Leroy Seymour Jr., to epress many thanks to the ident for a number of years.
our dear mother, grandson friends of Miami for their kind She leaves to mourn a daughter -
Lucille Harris, niece condolences during! their bereavement Doratha L. Cowan one
Joseph Gadson, nephew ; also to the many brother, two sisters, t h r e e
And host of other relatives friends of West Palm Beach for DEA THS grand-children. Final rites were
letters, flowers and kind ges- held Friday at Mt. Zion Baptist
tures of sympathy.Our .,.". .._.- Church with Rev. Edward T.
Graham officiating.MRS. .
CARD OF THANKSThe abiding and sincere thanksto
you. We' can't find words to Francis . .
family of the late say how much we appreciateyour

t heart-felt sympathy. May ALARIC LANCELOT WAL-

God Bless you all and light per. LACE of 1431 NW 43rd St. died
petual shine upon each and July 27. Services Saturday 10
everyone of you. Many thanksto a.m. at St. Peters African Orthodox -
our many friends in New Church with Canon Vy

York City for cards, telegramsand Charles F. Cooper, officiating. a
e < flowers. Solemn Vesper For The Dead

i Mrs. Rhona Hutchlnson- will be held Friday 8 p.m. at
St. Peter's African Orthodox
Higgs, mother
Church. Immediately following
Jesse Wright, husband Vesper services remains will lie
Three sisters, a daughterSix
? in the church until 10 p.m. Fri- r
T grandchildren, the family day and at his home beginning R9

5 a.m. on Saturday. Survivors
s'I CARD OF THANKSThe Include his wife, Rebecca, two
sons, Leroy and Norris; two

family of the late stepsons, Bruce and William
LEROY FINLEY Saunders; three brothers, Ced-
MRS GUSSIE JONES ric Norris and Richard three
wish to thank the friends ,
who departed this life August Phoebe
Elizabeth Dean
sisters, ,
and neighbors for their extended
3 1959.
How sweet the memory (son) sympathy In their hoursof Moxey and Marion Wallace.

Clarence Turner and t bereavement. Thanks to Miss i
Family Willie Thrash and Victor Kemp
for all their help and kindness MRS. EVA MAE MORRIS of
during the illness and passingof 612 NW 9th St. apt. 8 died at MARY GERTRUDE
CARD OF THANKSThe our beloved. Special thanksto her home July 20. Services Sat I BOYD, NW 10th St., died Mon-
JAMES WALDEN, SR. Rev. V. Stuart, St. Mary's urday at 2 p.m. at Ebenezer day, July 29 at Alt. Sinai Hos-
Cooper and Pogue families .- would like to express their W. Methodist Church and Al- Methodist Church, Rev. Aaron pital. Mrs. Boyd had been a
take this means to thank thanks to the many friends who len's Funeral Home for their Hall officiating. Remains will resident of Miami for 38 years.
the many friends, schools, asSOClationSh assisted In rendering deeds' and kindness and service. Thanksto lie In the chapel beginning 5 She leaves to mourn a husband,
fraternities, sorori- acts of condolences during the the many friends who sent p.m. on Friday. Survivors Include Sam, a daughter, Daisy Harris,
urches for their many hour of their bereavement. cards, floral pieces, telegramsand her father, Alexander; her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth
kind deeds shown to them dur- Special thanks to the Range car donations. two daughters, Annie Louise Chapman, a brother, Arlington
ing their hours of bereavement.A Funeral Home. Rolle and Jo a Sands four sisters, Bessie Por-
special thanks to Revs. Dukes, James Walden Jr., son l The Family son, Richard McKenzie; a sister ter, Brazetta Baldwin, Ann
Chappell and Dayley, and to Vanilla Bowman, Dght. I Mrs Estelle Sawyer two Johnson and Bobble Hamilton.
the Richardson Funeral Home. Mrs Mary Hicks, brothers, Arthur and Ronald Services Saturday at 11 a.m. at
The Cooper Family I A Dear Friend IN MEMORIAMIn Morris, a grandson and other St. John Baptist Church, Rev.
relatives. Thedford Johnson officiating.

sad hut loving memory of ,

,. ,1 '" ..,,, '"... HORACE CONEY of 1360 NW NW 2nd Ave. died July 29. Mr.
Wallace lived here
loving memory of our j for 30 years.
mother 1st court, died July 28. Remains He leaves ito his wife
; dear and grandmother. t ; mourn ,
___ Dublin Ga. for final
shipped to ,
I Margaret two daughters, Eva
= rites. Survivors Include h i smother
--4/ Mrs Lllla Belle
;T .. three brothers, four sIs-' Clarke and a son, George W.

i ., ters. Services Saturday at 1 p.m. at
> r.,, , Greater Bethel AME Church
..; ''+ with Rev. S. A. Cousin officiating
: .
67th St., died July 21. Services .
held Friday July 26.
: !; NW 71st St. died July 30. She
Y was a resident for 60 She
Baby Girl 1 Toombs of 511% years.
e i c r leaves to mourn a daughter,
I .. NW llth Terr., died July 20. Ruth Parker
P'i a sister, Eva Han
Graveside services held July 26.
a nah, five grand children and
Jl' several great grandchildren. Ar-
;.. : . rangements are incomplete at
a I.. r MRS. PRISOILLA THOMPSON this time.Albert .
+ of 15730 NW 157th St., wife
: : : :5 '; of Homer Thompson Instructor -
at North Dade High, died . .
I h. July 31. Services Saturday, at FRED ROBERTS died at his
) 3 p.m. at Greater Bethel AME home, 1304 NW 2nd Ave., July
. Church. The 'body will be on 17. Remains were sent to Bain-
view In the chapel Friday noon. bridge a. July 22 for final rites.
ANDREW CROSSBY SARAH DAVIDSONwho Survivors, In addition to her Survivors Include his wife; five
who departed this life August 5 a departed this life August husband, Include a brother, two sons three daughter five
6, 1962. Just one year In hea- 3, 1958. I brothers and four sisters.
ven, singing around God's CLARA E. ROBINSON Gone but not forgotten. May nephews, Rev. J. E. Jackson; a

,throne. One year seems like a who passed away August 6,. she rest in peace and light per- sister, Mrs. Magnolia Davey, I ULYSEE LOVE, husband of
thousand years, we miss you 1956.: Gone but not forgotten. petual shine upon her. two nephews, George Jackson Mary, 1777 NW 68th Terr., was

so. ; Willa Mae Crump, Dght. and James Jackson, two nieces, the victim of an auto accident
Clara Lue Crossby, wife Foster S. Robinson,_ son Altamease C. Jones, Dght. July 21. A resident of this area
Juanita Gordon'and
Annie Clara Crossby. Dght. Curtis and Vernon Ford, Lucy AI. Teate Dght. Gladys

Five brothers, two sisters grandsons Eugene Davidson Jr., son, Jackson. Continued on page 13THE

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Continued from page 12 I

Albort i . .

for So years he, ,is dlsb survived\ I
by a sister. bf Newark,, N.J ahd BUILDERS own home. 1386 NO QUALIFYING Pretty
four brothers, including Sam CBS cottage with appliances.
NW 38th St. Mrs. Malyk. I
$300 down and
and Wyatt of Miami. Services $75 month.
Saturday at 2 p.m. at Mt. Tabor Move right In. Life Realty, 4932 ::1
Baptist Church, Rev. P. D. 3-BEDROOM HOUSE, hardwood NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open ""I
Sundays and
Brown, pastor. Remains evenings.
may be floors all electric kitchen intercom
view in the chapel 6 p.m. Fri- -'
day. system all over. Many I' FURNISHED 3-BEDROOM
other extras. Low down pay- CBS. Price is only $8500. $400
LYNNE SAUNDERS ment. Call OX 15153. A3 down and $68 month. Life
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl, daughter Soun- FOR RENT FOR RENT Realty. 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL

ders, 1029 NW 55th St., was FURNISHED or unfurnished BEAUTIFUL Master Bedroomin 9-4371. Open evenings and
DOA at Jackson apt. in Opa-locka NO QUALIFYING Nice Sundays.
Hospital July area. 1-bedroom private home. Man or respected little house. Furnished appliances
26. Remains sent to unfurnished. $15 week 2-
Key West woman. Room and WANTED
air conditioned. Price is
for services. Three sisters and a bedroom unfurnished. $18, 1- board. $18.50. 7600 NW 11th LICENSED
brothers survive. bedroom furnished $21, 2-bed- $0,000, $250 down and $60 BEAUTY Operator -
rooms furnished $25. Call Mlc- Ave. month. Life Realty, 4932 NW Apply at 4310 NW 7th Ave. t
7th Ave.. PL 9-4371. Open evenings Phone 757-9158.
kins Rental
MRS. WILLIE F. BROWN, Agency. NE 40500. ONE 1-bedroom apt. Unfurnished. and Sundays.NO .
wife of Johnnie L. Brown, 2039 Indf City water. Best neighbor- TIIASH HAULING
NW Oth Ct., died July 27. Final hood in town. 3370 NW 51st Also van for moving. Free

rites.. Sunday, In Albany' Qa, l t-BEDROOM furnished apt. All Terr. Contact Mr. Gilbert, 3371 estimate. For Information call
- Jtllities, downtown area. $18 ef NW 51st St. NE 14321. QUALIFYING CBS 010-0 U3.
fit ie# cy, $13. Call)) Micklna Rental home and income. Top locationIn .. Indf
\VALTErt PERKINS, 3265 Agency. NE 1 40500. Indf 2-BEDROOM HOUSE or one- Manor Park. Both apart- ..,
NW 48th St., died JUly 22. Services bedroom apt., nicely fenced ments fully furnished with
Saturday at 4 p.m. at Mt. NICE, CLEANbedroom unfurnished yal d. 1121 NW 55th St. OX real quality furniture. Price, FOR RENT
Calvary Baptist Church. Sur- apt. Very good loca 6-2467 down payment and terms are
viving are his widow, Getrtrude; tion. 6306 NW 15th Ave. Call very reasonable. Must see. Life
son, Walter; two daughters,I'' FR 1-9797 or NE 4-1886. A3 N\V 16th Ave., nicely furnished Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL Vacant Store
Rena Mae Rolle and Debbie; a large 2-bedroom apt. 9-4371.
brother and a sister. He will FURNISHED OR unfurnishedtwo near 17th Ave., shopping, buses, Suitable for restaurant,
afternoon In the chapel Friday I or three bedroom house in schools, open dally. Ask for
FULLY FURNISHED. Florida U-buy We fry barbecue.
Opa-locka, Bunche: Park area. Mrs. Colman. ,
I Require nice, quiet family. room, garage, large lot on love-
Fenced in and 1 In Manor Park. $100 4818 NW) 12th Ave.
DEACON THEODORE yard quiet 506 NW 22nd St.. bungalow 2- down
HAMILTON $76 month and owner
neighborhood. For further Information bedroom unfurnished house.
died Sr., 2170 NW 57th call NA 1-0654. Near 7th Ave. Shopping, buses, pays closing costs: Life Realty, Call PL 4.4484
July. A pioneer citizen
,St.1 1932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371
Is Th AuglO $16 weekly. Call S. S. Gross
aso.1.! ; Realty 414-6126. .....
.. .
a oroiner, uev. u;. Hamilton of # .. /
) wa.
Arcadia\; sister, Theodosia Rosstjf FURNISHED PRETTY CDS Appliances,
ter, big yard. $20 a week. Also APT. Two room
two; aunts.three Services grandchildrenand I 1 room house. $12.50 a week efficiency, Quiet neighborhood. Awnings Park at ,1301 1 block NW 51st from St.Manor 1.15 I ...-................
were! Call Saturday, 2260 NW 02ndSt. Reasonable price. Call NE Only
held Thursday 2 p.m. at Mt. Phone 688-1825. AulO $300 down and $53 month. Don t
Olive P. B. Church, Rev. O. W. 4-3259. miss this! Life Realty, 4932 NW 19-SAFETY-3

Nicholson, pastor. 9-room house, furnished. Money FOR KKNT OilFor IaEitSl 7th Ave.and. Sundays.PL !0-4371 Open evenings ......... in Florida

maker. Call also 3- long or start terms, 10
MRS.. DELLA WALKER of room house 63'h'3177f 1817 NW rooms with 20x40 hallway In I
Indlantown, Fla. died July 27. 5th court or unfurnished. the center. Suitable for lawyersor
with drive in door.
Services In Indlantown doctors a
at 2 p.m. Survivors Include Sunday hus LOVELY efficiency. Well furnished NEW 4 BEDROOM, 2 bath in Finest Selections in Miami

band, Will; a mrother. a sister for 1 or 2 persons. $15 West Hollywood. Small down
and nephew, Officer Nathaniel per week. NE 5-C5G6, also $22 payment, bank financing, Call
Mack with whom she was visitIng NE 40500. I Indf.M Lovely homes OpenNew

at 15931 NW 17th place ROOM In private home for a
nice working man. 1743 NW 70th Low Down PaymentsEZ

NW 2nd Ave., died July 29.
Final rites in Detroit. He Is 3-ROOM APT. Quiet couple. Can I LOT. Drownsvlle area call Price PL NEW AREA SPECIALS t
: For Information
survived by his parents of De- PL 1-42D2. A10
troit. 4-3957.
EFFICIENCIES and 1-bedroom
all. Drive by
apts. Unfurnished, air condition, pays 1040 NW 39th Street
MRS. TUCK-IE GLOVER, 2000 clean and quiet. Adults only. 1015 NW 41st St. Very nice 2-
NW 166th St., died at home bedroom CBS, Fla. room, big
Not the cheapest but the best.
Lovely CBS 3 bedroom Fla. hardwood floors
down, total room, ,
July 22. Her survivors lot, no taxes, $300
are a I
1231 NW 77th Terr. PL {MX5G5.
sister, Laura Adams; three $9,500. Call A. hen-I'{orl, Realtor and carporte. $400 down, $82 per month. $12,000

nieces, Bernice Swint, Macie NICE CBS 1-bedroom house, 714 NW 02nd St. Nites PL total price.
Mltze and Vlnella Lane, and stove and refrigerator furnished. 9-5533. Days PL 4-3431.

three nephews, Morris Alexander 7000 NW 8th Ave.
SPECIAL. Drive 1058 NW 39th Street
Willie and Clarence Tay. BIG FAMILY
lor. Arrangements are incom by 671 NW 50th St. It's cheaperto
plete. FURNISHED weekly rooms, buy these 2 nice CBS homes, Lovely CBS 3bedroom, Fla. room, hardwood floors,
I $8.50 single $10 double Mae's get located Itefore school starts. and) carporte. $400 down, $86 per month. $12,500

DEMP HILL; '600 W; 23rd St.,'..Guest House, 2170 WashingtonAve. $500 down, $30 by the week. total price.
I3en-Korl Realtor,
Call A. ,
Hialeah died ., Opa-locka. Augl7FURNISHED
July 23. 11Ie.cameto 9-5533.
NW 62nd St. Nites PL r
this area from, Buena .Vista.
Days PL 4-3131. 1140 NW 38th Street
Ga.'40 years ago and is survived i APT. efficiencies
by his wife, Jessie; t step mother and 1 bedroom.,.Reasonable BARGAIN for couples, widowor Gorgeous 2 bedroom' Fla. room and garage, on beautiful '
five 'I
eight grandchildren sons, daughters three ; I..rates. Ready to move In. 'Nice bachelor. Go see 1783 NW landscaped lot. $300 down, $81 month. $10,000
; sisters neighborhood, 1Q60 NW 47th St. 42nd St. A nice CBS duplex, 1 total
and brother.;Services are Call 3713622. Carey's Rental bedroom each side. You only
scheduled for Saturday p.m. Agency. 1958 NW 3rd Ave. pay $23 month with rental. $100
at New Mt. Zion 'I
Baptist Church. down Total $9,500. Call A. Ben-,' 1496 NW 39th StreetThis
APT. with yard, Karl Realtor. Nltes PL
Services for MRS. MARY reasonable. Call OX 1-2426. Days PL 43131. CBS beauty has 3 bedrooms, Fla. room, hardwood

DEAL, 1368 NW 65th Terr., ......... ..... "' '''..... ...if I floors and carporte on lovely landscaped cor-
mother of Mrs. Thelma Wil- ner lot. $400 down, $83 per month $12,000 total

liams Powell of of Opa-locka Atlanta,and were Thomas held Ao11ia Must Be Sold price.

July 22 In the chapel. Rev. W.
E. Sims officiated.' She is also DUPLEXES LIVE RENT FREE

:survived by six grandchildrenand NO MOVE RIGHT IN EZ TERMS
: four great-grandchildren. I QUALIFYING 3711-13 NW 14th Ave.
Services for JAMES IX. This CBS beauty has 2 bedrooms, 1 bath each side.*

FULTZ of 10120 W. Indigo St., FHA, low down payment
Perrine, will be conducted Sat. '
urday, 2 p.m. at the Beautiful 1--4115 NW 11th Place--3 bedroom, stove refrig.
House of The Lord, Perrine, 3710-12 NW 14th Ave.
with burial in Paradise. His 2--4121 NW 11th Place 4 bedroom, 2 bath, stove
'widow, Elizabeth, two brothersand refrigerator 2-bedrooms, 1 bath' each side, FHA terms, low down

: three sisters survive He payment.
will lie in repose In the church 3-4232 NW llth Place 2 or 3 bedroom, air conditioned -
'7 a.m. Saturday. stove and refrigerator.
1568-70 NW 52nd St.
4-1250 NW 43rd Street 3 bedroom. $75 month 2-bedrooms, 1 bath each side FHA terms, low down
--..- payment.

NEW HOMES 1191 NW 40th Street
5-919 NW 47th Terr. 3 bedroom 2 bath. No
BEAUTY SALON Hurry on this lovely 1-bedroom apt. for you and

qualifying.' 1-bedroom to rent. Owner pays closing costs. $450.
Special $3.50 hairdo for down. Low monthly payments. -
6-1360 NW 75th St. 3 bedroom, 2 bath. $13,500.
,$2.50 this weekend only
$86 month.

2151 Lincoln Ave. News Realty Inc.The
Phone 688-9315 . .

_ CHURCH OR HOME ( Broker that works for you)

r- 4600 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
7-1252 NW 43rd Street. Must see. $19,900.
Want toAdvertise Sell:,-it?

Owner Open Sat. and Sun. WI 5-9886 (Open Sunday)

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teacher (:
beauticians graduated Board of Education re )UyWalter
from the Tropical School of turned recently from Englandwhere Howe '

Dixie Beauty Church Culture of God.recently A capacity at 'the Specialist she course completed at the a year's Insti- I', '....
tute of Education, Exeter -
crowd was in attendance. Miss ,
She several
was among -----------
Mitchell is principal of ,
Dorothy Bahamian teachers studying in u I II I
the school.
the United Kingdom, and In The Skylark Girls Club of
I addition to her visits in Eng- Carver Ranches started bowling '\"{
land, she toured seven countriesin last Saturday at Sunrise BowlIng -
Doris Johnson returnedto
Europe. Lane in Fort Lauderdale.
Nassau on July 17 after being The girls ask you to join them,
away for six weeks. She parti-
cipated in the International every Saturday, leaving the _._ ._ .
Alfred Wright, 19 was found park at 11. Donation 50 cents. .n.
Travel Mission which made a unconscious early Monday\ July Maxie Sands Jr., and his sis time in Nassau and the outer
tour of eight European coun- Taxico Union Stationon The Skylark Club also attended islands with his grandfatherand
with 8, at the ter, Janet, children of Mr. and
tries to make preparation the
Wulff Road. He was takento a platter party at cousins. Janet is in Jack-
women groups for the United the Princess Margaret Hospital Hampton House July 29. A Mrs. Maxie Sands of North Mi- sonville with the other grand
Nations International Cooperation where he died at noon. good time was had by all. LindaGlover ami Beach, are away visiting father. Maxie is a Miami Times
Year. She left from Toronto club reporter. relatives. Maxie is his salesman in his
with 28 others. She was the He is survived by his mother, spending I community.
in the Christiana Robinson. Police are
only Negro group.
investigating the cause of his
death. Approximately $100 The VFW Post No. 8105 meets Attention!
worth of sales could not be 4 5 at the
Among recent marriages was gas Sunday, Aug. p.m.
that of Miss Consuela Mildred accounted for. Chamber of Commerce Building ,
The wedding of Miss Betty
in Carver Ranches. Members
Cleare, daughter of Mr. and ,
be C. B. Blount Jean McQuay, daughter of Mr,
present. ,
Mrs. King George Cleare, and please
and Mrs. Joe Munlin to Fred
Wilfred Culmer and James commander.
Donald Leander
of Mr. and Mrs. John Saunders., Pratt, inmates of' the Fox Hill I Howard Seymour soil of Mr
The service was held in the Prison, escaped recently while t and Mrs. Melvin Seymour, willtake
Methodist Church at Harbor they were being escorted to place at the Mt Zion
Island. religious services, and made Funeral services for the late Baptist Church, corner of &tn
their way to the woods. They Mrs. Alice Jackson; were held St. at 3rd Ave, instead of Mt
were still missing at this writ- Sunday at the Church of God Tabor. The hour is at 4 pni ori
Erroll Neymour, who has the ing. on 2nd Ave and 10th St., b{/ev. August 11.
in the Fred LaFleur pastor Mrs. Jack aligifl
record for Jail breaking r .
six son was one of the oldest wo-
Bahamas, was sentenced to
A Supreme Court Jury last men in Uallahd Ue. She left to
months and a day for two
housebreakings while he was week gave a verdict of guilty" mourn eight sons, Rev. Walter Dugie's Guest HouseThe
"aWsent" from Jail, in additionto against John Alexander New- Jackson, Cleveland, are well- R A'
the long term he was already ton, who was charged with the known figures in Hallandale. '', rl house of clean rooms
murder of W. Campbell Others are Paul, Harold, William r
serving. The Chief Justice said .
Open 24 hours
that appropriate sentences for idge on Feb. 2. Among Green-I J. H. and Parnell and four NE 4-3851
Neymour's offences "would' who testified was Del. ., daughters.The Seeing is Believing
take all your life and many I Robert Acott of New Scotland See us for clean rooms
years after that." Yard, who was brought to Nas- Jamaica DugU. always afriends
sau to investigate the case. CWH Fire Departmentof
Newton will hang on the gal- Carver Ranches is .
sponsoring "-" -" 2941
Mrs. Velma Thompson, a lows. an excursion to Bimini on NW 47th St., _Miami

.J Labor Day Tickets are oil sate July 22 was nly 72tid birth- .+.-... . . . . . . . . . .
at BoWe's Barber Shop, Day's day. it Is a. pleasure l to bte

I Sunlight Chatter Box-- Cleaners, President Walter among all strangers who practice WARNER HINES
Blatch and members. The businessmen the greatest commandmentof
also have tickets. God "Love your neighbor as Painting Contractor

.JJ JJ lJJJJ JJJJ JJ J JJ J JIJJJJJJ. I I yourself," Mark- 1231.: s.
First vote of appreciation, In the near future ZY
a we are 20 of
years torture and
Musicale and 0.
from the students of Sunlight to anticipating I a beach' party at hardship with a heathen type of
Mrs. Dorothy Brown for her Crandon Park. Dinners will be t persons. See Deuteronomy 23:2:
patience and understanding. We served. Award DayThe For correct definatlon of heathen .

may not always show our gratitude We are glad to welcome Mrs. typ<*.
but we are sincerely Reggins back from a long Ill- Educational Department
ful. grate-I ness. of South Florida Elks, 1BPOW 1 sacrificed 20 yeai-s df My
time for .chifdrens sake?
ofV Annual MUsical and my
She has been missed tremendously -
Last week the
we But receive
Award Day will be held Sun- they me Ttt-
Sunlight put on an affair of clay all children who practicethe
day, August 11, 40-0:30
: : on
giving away a Uox of groceries.We On our list of shut-ins we the beautiful lawn pm.of the will of God are my children1. &
would like to thank the have Mrs. Beatrice Thompson. Range Funeral Home, 5727 NW Matthew 1250.:
public for our success.In We send her our wishes for a 17th Ave. Fenefits to Schol- Licensed and Insured
the month have go I am happy and contented
past we Hy City and County
speedy recovery. Loma J, Graham arship Fund. Come out and
had In strangers for I
two not
workshop days expecting -
FR 9.8685
have a big evening of enter- phone
which many of the communi reporter. to pick orange from a
ty's prominent cosmetologists tainment.-Zeke Brady, reporter. lemon tree. FREE ESTIMATESIndf
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participated' (giving new ideas Aug. 3 (signed) Thomas O. Leid . . . . . . . . . . . .
and techniques to them .We say
thank you for their participation .
in making these two days -F' Times ads don't cost
pleasant and 'beautiful for the

students. They pay! JET TV CLINICHOME

Recently Mrs. Ella Moncur, I
one of our instructors, Journeyed .
to Montgomery, Ala. to par- rainless Office -I SERVICE CALLS $1.00
ticipate in a 3-day workshop. SSPILES
We were very proud to have RUPTURE Day or NightWe
her represent our school at this

affair.: Rectal Disposes, Varicose Veins, Pro. Service All Makes of
state-No lost time-Discard Truss
During the month of June we Upon Correction of Rupture Reducing! HI-FPs and STEREOSWe
had a very large graduatingclass.
Many of our students are Dl{. LONG'S CLINIC
working successfully In prominent -. 1535 S.W. 1st St.-FR 32748. A general Health service Also Rent

establishments in the city. TV by_ the week or Month

Thursday the students put on
a moderate hair styling and
fashion show Mrs. Coly doinga 'JACK'S 907 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
splendid job as mistress of MEN'S WEAR

outstanding ceremony.. Neal, husband Speakers students of one, includedMr. giving of our 944 NW 2nd Avenue Phone FR 4-2044

their comments on the programof
our schools. Exclusive Men's Wear, from the top of your head to

the tip of your toes IncludingHats

THINK! Shoes Shirts Suits Trousers: Caps of

w THINKII Styles and quality at popular pricesBE





BEAUTY AND Rashelle HotelAir

f WIG SALON "Living Service for the Living" '
.*, conditioned ROOMS DAY Heated WEEK-- Private MONTHMR. Baths Oscar L. Range Funeral Home i

,I : HI 8.938 AND MRS. FRANK C. SMITH JR., PROPS. M. Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range Mgr. ;

3605 Grand Ave. 852 W. 27th Ave. Ft. Lauderdale 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue
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Copa City Opens

.... i i m MVMMHSMHNHHSJHaMSV Cultural Door ".
r"' "" ' .:- '" '"\'"., r,::-\ I Larralne Albury, widow of the -:
{. -. ....... ",. ,: ; late Dr. Frances E. Albury of
',. Rf1I' : '1, :...... .''''.',' Nassau, Bahamas. It Is a vaca- 'f I Copa City, long recognized and their socials in either or bothof
t '"I .,....1't\. ,a".1. > ," .1. t,1'i.. tion for Mrs. Crowder, principalof ; hailed as Miami Beach's unique the glamorous rooms with
<.<;;>, e4"*,;.",,,, ,,:;-; :w q:!.rii'j Holmes Elementary, but for young adult club, presenting adequate facilities. Meetingsmay
: +e Mrs. Albury it Is just another swinging and fal/ulous entertain be held in the ideal Calypso -

", ,... ',11 visit with family and friends. ment, has taken a step beyond Lounge: and entertainmentwith
I t< Just entertaining to present, the latest dances, most
,\ support and sponsor;} cultural swinging sounds, and refresh-
School ;Board ideas for Florida's youth in an ments will be provided after-
f ( effort to become more effectiveas wards in the grand main room,
.; Thanks Retired --- a college student's; and teen providing a most pleasant after
ager's ideal. Geared for young math, all at reduced rates -
7 y r Teacher ;.;. adults in prices and entertain- ideal for all social occasions.Copa's .
ments the club now hopes to
Mrs. Lee Etta !its doors are open to all
Thomas open doors to further the
unbiased basis
I Miami 1723 N.W.t 6th Ave Austin To Play cultural horizons of its patrons. on who an wishes to take, to advantageof anyone
1 Florida
Probably the most oustand- its cultural offers and the
Dear Mrs. Thomas! Shriner BallAnnouncement ing and appealing aspect of the fabulous entertainment _
\Vd acknowledge receipt of new move is the initiation of church socials, youth groups,
your notice resigning your position was made this an "International Charm As- private and public gatherings,
in the Dade Courtly week that Charles Austin will sociation": at the club's Calypso without discrimination to all
School System and assure you head the contracted to Lounge Offered will be coursesin those looking for a pleasant,
we regret all phases of charm and educational
very much that you play for the coming Shrlners and memorable ex-
will not be able to continue aim of physical
J' Grand Ball
4 Imperial at Bay- 1 improvements
teaching with us. of the young
Little Gwendolyn Byrd, celebrated We appreciate the splendid front Auditorium Thursday adult's social position An interesting -
service have rendered night, August 22. note is that this
her 2nd birthday partyon you to association -
July 27 at the home b t helped the Dade County Schools, and I Austin, a musician with exceptional requested by the memo P
wish for yoii CoritinUed sllc- ability, is I bers of the club in a desire to I
parents, IJev. and Mrs. Mti., presently
cess and happiness.Siricetetr. instructor of music at Browns,I I attain self-improvement, and
Britton of BUrtttell l Fl ld. Her "
yoUrs, ville Jr. high He has appeared that "The City, directed towards A
Katie .of
mother Mrs .1\11 Byrd
l the goal; of becoming nn
Superintendent such
ort outstanding TV showsas
Miami there ana Wds thrilled
The Horace Relit and Ed Integral, beneficial part of N
over the lovely party which South Florida's
Sullivan shows advancing! society -
and is currently
was planned by her god mother Co-Ed Stimftiei1 moved to provide the
with his
Mrs. M. B. Britton. Thanksto rehearsing new necessary means for its forma SERVICE
all for the lovely gifts. or a summer tion.
Club "Sock Bop'* recording date. Members of this! William Pinder, Sr.
all star all accomplished
group Friday night will feature Professional Piano Tuner
The W. T. Jenkins motoredup The YWCA Co-Ed Summer musicians, including such stars fashion shows, showing the latest '
to Maryland and spent some Club invites all are Ricky Thomas, Epic recording in young adult creations, And' Repairer
teenagers to at.
time in North Carolina, Rich- tend its next event which will star, bass player and Eric I with fashions for all occasions. 1935 N.W. 153rd St.
mond and Washington, D. C. He a "Sock Hop". It will be held Knight, one of the finest Jazz Copa City opens its doors to Opa.locka
relatives and friends. pianists in the country. j various private and public or-
visiting Saturday, August 3 at the N.W. I I I Phone MU 8-3770
| ganiations who wish to hold
YWCA Center, 5100 NW 21st Tickets for the Ball are now
While in North Carolina little Ave. Dress will be casual. on sale at Gift Town (Hampton I
Temesta Jenkins was enter-: House lobbV), North's Travel .
relatives and friendsat Robert Wilson, chairman of
tained her first by WIrthday the Planning Committee, urges Bureau and the Miami Times IT'S NEVER TOO LATE .
Ave. office.Knight .
bert, Jr., aided her in bowing all teenagers to pay their mem-
out her first candle. bership fees. Members can To get your graduation pictures made
come free to the "Sock Hop,"
The Jenkins returned to the non-members will pay 25 cents. of Pythias
city on the weekend, ending The time Is 7.10 pm. It is hop- WE FURNISH CAPS AND GOWNS
their three-week vacation.Mrs. ed that the last affair for the And Calanthe'

summer members will onlyf be! a The hay ride planning-for Ahmed Temple No.2, Vot JOHNSON OF MIAMI

Thena Crowder left by committee would like to see Charles E. Blakley grand,
1'AA Saturday' for her trip to the Teenage Co-Ed Club, con- 5.mogul, will meet Monday, Aug. Kindergarten High School College
Nassau In the company of Mrs tinue and plan to have various
activities throughout the Faith of Hope Lodge No. 32,
year. Sir Walter L. Belle, chancellor, FR 7-2294

will meet Tuesday, Aug. 0.
YWCA Hostesses Lilly of the valley Juvenile
DR. M. RADIN Court, Joyce Sanders, worthy ;; -: :- :- .. :-
Eight young ladies from the Snnday 10 a.m. 12 noon matron, meets August 7.

YWCA went to the service clubat General Practice Lilly of The Valley Court No. Phone 691.9935 L. Hoskins, ManagerHoskin's
the Homestead Air Base last 47, Mrs. Sarah Belle, counsellor -
Wednesday evening accompanied 1159 NW 3rd Ave. meets August 0.

by Mrs. Holland, the program Phone 374.1419 Don A. Belle, reporter HouseROOMS
director. They met with a Open dally 9:30 1 p.m.
group of young airmen and together :5-8 p.m.
formed a committee War Is not nn art of Cod but
which will plan in-town actlvi. n crime of man.-Cordell IIuU.
ties for the airman. Young
Maid Service 24 Hours
women who are seniors In high

school or graduates who are TV SERVICE AND SALESPL
between the of 16 and 20
ages 2363 N.W: 68th Street Miami
:years are eligible to participate.The 1.8381
first event will be a "Get-
-Acqualnted" party to be held We do not give free e.timatea-Honeat estimates .; :';
..August 0 at the Northwest YW require work. Our prices are lower than others doing
'Center from 8-11 p.m. Any comparable good work. We repair, sell and rent I--
:young: ladles, interested In ]oln. HKK: THIS WOIU J'R
TV's radio, hi>fi's. Our work guaranteed. Free delivery V '
ing this group, call 634-2651 on CHEAT I'ROIMIKTA '
Monday of next week and leave True Lender 3
your name. JOSEPH SCOTT 35 fears of HxpfHencnop

AUTHORIZED FACTORV TV REPAIR & SALES .. Hunter I I" well known an '.,'' '

If you Are .nick worried or In '' ii"
SINCE 1048 troubled thin In the plnce to come ( '",,{J;'
Don't stay In the rut, push buck ,;'
PL 1-3604 the veil of bad lurk thnt seems d
to hold you In your truck, and /< lt/
advance forward by the help of l. .1J ;'11.'i.r}:?:
}(; Unu & J f'"
uv Clod under the leflderwhlp of b J V
4I Prof. Hunter who bas .15 .
year 'tl # ,
of experience 'In spiritual rind : ". 4. 'lJ: ; ,/
JE X n SchOOl r, ....9 rIf occult Hrlpn(.... :Make your homehappy. :! : .. /
lie will show you how
CULTUREJIr to hypnNM.. your enemies and get the thing that life demandsfor
you. Tome one, como all. Henllng meeting every Wednesday
at till Hplrltunl Temple of Zion, Inc., 5117 H.W. 17th 8t.,

We plan, guide and adVise Why not take' advantage of our veNt Hollywood. Via. 7:20 p.m.

Finest Quality Building

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North side of the road. Office hours 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday
JB88 N.E. 79th Street 1 to 3 p.m. Licensed by State and County. Readings daily.

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Young Men Urged : "Jack Duffy's"

To Join Police i iBy Force a ? BEER BARRELA

STANLEY SWEETING waiver of education will be ac w friendly, happy atmosphere. The craziest
Public Relations Director cepted. y
Police Benevolent Association I sounds in town. Your favorite beers
HEIGHT and weight: Mini-
Again, the opportunity Is here mum 5 ft. 9 in., 145 Ibs. Maxi- and wines. Popular prices.
for young men, who are desir- mum G ft. 3 in., 220 Ibs.
ous of selecting their 'job-
career' with position the MEDICAL EXAM: A rigid
a on
police department, City of physical examination is required E'J Schlitz on ''tap-Glass! or pitcher
Miami. in order to qualify for appointment 11
Aspirants just out of high to this position. No 4400 N.W.17th Ave. NE 49189
school, who do not plan goingto requests for physical waivers _
accepted, Uncorrected 20-20 vision i '- QV
college and those attending
Junior college, who have not and the ability to distin- I Mrs.: ; e'N Eta Thomas, was .... -
guish colors red, and yel
as yet decided to pursue fur- green I
ther studies, may apply and low is required. unanimously elected. as Dean ot New Home for Florida Living
Religious Education of the Fla.
seek a career for themselveshere
at home. College graduates must CHARACTER pass a stringent: Applicants character Baptist East Coast Sunday 3 large spacious bedrooms, 2 bath, garage, electric kitchen,

et al, may take advantage of investigation to qualify. School and Baptist Training open 3-3 p.m. Owners at:

the opportunity afforded them Union Congress, Auxiliary to 1388 N.W. 55th St. With extra corner lot.
during this open competitive OTHER: Must be able to Association
examination, which is a classi! swim a minimum of 100 yards. the Florida East Coast 1452 N.W. 58th Tenv with extra lot.
fication available to all appli- Must have be able held in Gifford July 2227.
or to qualify 1041 N.W. 49th St. bedroom, 2 bath, Fla. room '
who the Civil Ser-
cants meet for a Florida's driver's li-
vice Board's requirements, regardless cense. A complete athletic test 5600 N.W. 8th Ave. 2-bcdroom, comer lot 60x105
of race, color or creed. (including swimming) is required $695 down Built to suit. No money. We finance
Such is the plea coming from before appointment will
the Negro Police Benevolent lie made. Cash paid for lots and homes
Will in this
Association of Miami in put you beauti.1
City ,
Store for sale
or t'ertt-tB23 N.W. Mth flt
fostering a job opportunity for The next recruit training ful 3-bedroom, 2 bath house
young men of required age and class is scheduled to begin on with Fla. room and awnings.In 4.... L 4 4L 4 t { .
physical fitness. Officer Gary Sept. 5. Any additional infor- excellent condition.
Ward is president of the NPBA mation may be obtained from
group. any member of the Police Bene- Ready to move in. $80

volent Association, 470 NW 11th month..
REQUIREMENTS: Age: Applicants r
must have passed their St. 3165 NW 57th ST. > ; {.
21st birthday, but must not -.. ""ti .
have reached their 30th birth- Open Sunday 1-5 p.m. tL4;: i 1

day at time of examination. No Personal MentionThe .
e$350 -
requests for waiver of age will HAMPTON
be accepted. down

EDUCATION: High school three Lyes sisters, Annie :Yr
graduation; or bona fide GED Gertrude and Josephine, 2-bedrooms furnished houseon HOUSE
certificate No requests for teachers in the public schoolsof large lot. $72.50 a *
Birmingham were the house-
quests of Mrs. Bessie B. Forbes.
Florence All Named They left on Wednesday afteran 3051 NW 64th St.
enjoyable week in the Magic Chef Martin Says
"Woman of Year"Mrs. City. A Calypso Liner cruiseto . .
Bimini was included in the
Florence Major AH of week's activities.The To rent. Furnished houses Try our special priced ,
357% Hammohdvllle Road, and apartments.
Pompano Beach, was chosen
dinners. Meet
Woman of the Year by the Mu home of Mrs. Edith Bren- e course and
Chapter of the Theta Nu Sigma nan was aglow with happy tots entertain c 't-
Sorority of the National Beauty on Tuesday. Yvette, her grand- GOODMAN'SReal your guests in our ;

Culturist League, and was daughter, was seven years old air conditioned
honored at the Blanche Ely high and aunts Catherine and Au- Estate & Ins. restaurant.
school auditorium on Sunday, drey entertained with a gala
July 14. party. The most exciting activity 2688 NW 62nd Street 4200 N.W. 27th Avg;
Mrs. AH has contributed to was the "Pony Express" rides
many organizations in the community for all the little guests YvetteIs OX 1-0380 NE 3-0611 .
as well as Orange Blossom the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.,
Beautician Association Livingston Forlfcs (Bessie) ............ ............, A
e which she was founder of The ..... 4 .r
Chosen 25 and also first basi- -- I

' leus of Florida. The Church The
of TransfigurationEpiscopal
I "The following organizations
w sent plaques as tokens of appreciation ( )

t Fx, t'"'i, Broward: County Beautician IS SPONSORING ITS FORD REAL ESTATE SPECIALS! :>i '

Association, NAACP of Pompano PATRONAL MIDSUMMER HOP '
l' 'J. Pompano Voters ,.t1'
League, '
Beautician Social Club, Brow Friday, August 9, from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. See our large '" ,liberty f Cit/, ''l''

ard Usher County Board Democratic No. 1 Bethel Club AME, At the Biscayne Terrace Starlight Room Manor Park ,and Opa'.v.,; ;;:]: \\f ..''! ,'t, I. . {,

Church.: 310 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD o ; r= (',i', '. "n,
She was showered with flow-
ers from her tenants, employeesand Music by Billie Rolle and his OrchestraDoor :
friends. Letters and tele- prize: A trip to Blminl for two 1.-843 NW 64th St. Nice, clean 2 bedrooms home. :
grams are too numerous to $400 down. Carport and '
mention. DONATION' $1.25 TABLES FREE screened porch.

Mrs. All wishes to thank all For table reservation without charge please call the follow I 2-Income properties:
who were so generous to her
ing numbers: MU 1-3J03: at all times. NA 1-8880 after five '
and those who attended the af- A
-Duplex 1601 NW 'St. 0695 .1
fair.-Lemmle, Williams, re- .... .... .... 47th down.
porter. B-4-unit apartment buildings
780 NW 55th St. $1,500 down, 4 one-bedroom
8 opts

NAACP AWARD 1320 NW 60th St., $4,000 down, 4 two-bedroom

CHICAGO Awards for out- AUf PAINf $$1995 r apts.

standing 1962 were achievements presented to 4 during local We have many other duplexes for sale, $400 down !

!and state units of the NAACP .
I durIng the Association's 51th L JOB
.N' annual convention which end- 3-bedroom CBS home for sale. $495 down
;ed here on July 6. r
(Any color enamel, except metalllics) ,
Awards were presented for '
membership Increase, program 't Exterior of car only-Reg. price $29.95
:'.activities, publications, voter PRICES GOOD THRU AUG. 15 HOUSES FOR RENT '"\'l,
'1; :cessful registration promotion campaigns of and NAACP suc- EXTRAS 1902 NW 51st Terr. 3-bedroomt $25 week

;Holiday Seals. Wheels $5.00 set of 4-Two tone $12.00-station wagons $5.00
I 774 NW 70th St. 5-bedroom $27.50 week
., The Ike Smalls Award, I Trunk compartments $5.00
presented -
annually to the branch DOOR JAMBS $2.50 EA. 780 NW 55th St. bedroom apt. $15.00 week>
I showing the largest percent of .
membership Increase during t TUNE UP from $4.95 We are open every nite til 8 p.m. -;.$ :
.r the previous year, went to
Evanston. Ill. The branch rals- & $7.95
f >ed its membership over 400 per Ford, Chevrolet, Plymouth passenger cars only
jcent' during 1962. The award is : f,. Ford Realty Inc.
Steering Automatic Service
named for its donor, an NAACP
'vice president. 2735 NW 54th Street ,
I 'For outstanding'achievement 569 N.W. 54th Street PL 7.2559
in voter registration campaign Phone 633.6752 d: .
plaques were presented to Ordlando. -| j ... ) -
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