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Publication Date: August 10, 1963
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_4dth YEAR, No. SO U d'" MIAMI FLORIDA SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1963 16 PAGES 10 CENTS I


2 Die in T 54th Street Crash FAMU Law School

; Ex-Con Charged in Assault I

Youth Burns To Death
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I Stays Open Recently released from Ral- Thomas has a record as n h
I ford after serving five years suspect In the strangulation
A petition to abolish the Flor for assault an ex-convict was death of two women. Ha was
Under TruckLast ida A and M law school on arrested i Monday and charged released from Raiford prison. on
Pickup : I was grouhds thrown It is out a waste of Tallahassee of money with the rape of a 07-year-old May 24, police said: oft,, sere
five ,
woman. ing years of a 10-year sentence -
Circuit Court
Saturday one man was back when the heat became too Judge W. May Walker.Thursday by The woman said that 44yearold for assault with intend to>
a 44-year-old woman.
burned to death in a fiery traf- Intense James Thomas of rape
fic accident in Northwest Miami, The petition was filed by law 14125 NW 20th Ruby Ave., raped her He served part of a five-
Metro Police Sgt. Frank liar-
and another died of internal in Tobias Simon of Miami in
rell said the driver of the car yer Saturday night, then returned year sentence also for manslaughter -
behalf
juries an hour later. of himself and three
t She told police h In the 1052 death of
Ralph Flonroy, 46, of 3060 NW others. Sunday. {
Homer Leo Moore, 19, of I860, 44th St., was charged with choked beat and threatened Louise Walker who was discovered
NW 72nd St., was trurned to driving without a license and They 'charged only 16 students her with! a knife then raped underneath a house in the
death... He died while pinned careless driving. lie was injured attended the law school her in her Opa-locka home. northwest section' Thomas admitted -

tittdcr a pickup truck in which in the crash, but was this term and that of the 37 The woman said she dldnt report "strangling her "acci
lid had been: riding when it collided listed in "good" condition at graduates since the school the first attack to police dentally. Ho was released from
with another car and Jackson. opened in 1951, only 5 passedthe because Thomas' threatened to prison for good 11 haylor.He .

turned over on Its side. ,Henry McNabb, 41, of 2239 state bar: examanltion. kill her if she did. was also charged with 1

NW Olst St., another They estimated the cost The woman sneaked out of first decree murder in the 105tt
Killed also was the driver of( passenger per
the house to call police Sun- strangulation death of Evelyn
}tn the truck was also injured, graduate at $200,000.In .
the 'truck, Steve McNeil, 57. of I
in
Thomas fell asleep whose skeleton :
day after Hosley was
but condition the : ,
Was in good at rejecting petition
2239 'NW 61st St. who was .
I the, hospital. Judge Walker said the Legislature the bed, Metro Lt. John Esty found in a shallow grave in Coconut '
thrown from the truck. He was
Grove. The
pronounced 'dead of internal Injuries I had chosen to operate the said.Opalocka charges were
polio' : found Thomas dismissed for Insufficient evidence.
Mrs Jessie Belle Johnson, law school and "No justification .
5 pm. at Jackson Hospital : -
; 05. of 21703 HW 115th Ave. was nor authority is shown for, the snoozing, knife still In hand. .
killed in an earlier accident on nullification of such mandate." -r
Hundreds of horrified bystanders US 1 in Goulds, when she was
looked on as the struck by a speeding car driven Simon's petition argued that i I
truck burst into flames at the by Edward Harrell, 39, of the law school not only was a Af L-CI0 Unions Bail Out
corner of NW 54th St. and 30th 10751 SW 152nd St. The woman waste of state money, put also
ave. Policemen who tried to was thrown 175 feet. Harrell is was operated on a segregatedbasis. 1
screaming Moore fromunder being charged with reckless Birmingham Demonstrators

the vehicle were driven driving. Hut the judge said "Neither I -
racial discrimination nor racial It was! announced Saturday in tor P. Reuthcr, president of
restriction is involved in the I Washington that units of the the NAW and AFL-ClO's[ Industrial -
Mother: CarlA American Federation of Labor union department ask-
I case.
and Son Killed Bv and Congress of Industrial Organizations ing urgent aid, the union
", put up $100,000 in source said.Local .
seven-year-old boy and Odell Dell, 11, died in Jackson GI Children Can hail to free Negro demonstrators -
his mother were killed Monday Hospital several hours later.. Jailed at Birmingham last
nights, vhen they were run over Attend Integrated I May. Schools
Mrs. MllcJrpd Drookr 1t. CO of ,
as they ,tried! to cross an un- Provided when all other
G95 NW 85th St. driver of the Schools
,
ligh ed, part of NW 79th St: had dry, tho
car, was not charged. Police sources gone
WASHINGTON, The De- played a major role in Form CrusadeFor
Darnell Dell was killed In- said she was traveling at the money
stantly4) when he was struck Proper speed and that the boy fense Department has instructed bringing about there the racial
near'NW 14th place Metro Police and his mother did not use a base commanders in 15 settlement.

:'reported.? His mother, Mrs. crosswalk. inform Southern military and border families states to of Confirming this, a union Dropouts

their "constitutional right" to source said $10,000) each was The Dade County SchoolsBoard !
have their children attend integrated made available by the federa- .

I Dragnet Out For H Hallandale ProwlerIn I ] schools, It was disclosed tion Department itself, ,its the Industrial United Union Auto- I Kennedy's In cooperation Program with President on

Tuesday mbhlle Workers and the United Youth has initiated a crash program -
an attempt to catch a flood the station, off-duty and _Assistant Defense Secretary Steel Workers. '! aimed at keeping children,
Norman S. Paul sent a mem- In school, and or providing:
prowler and suspected rapist reserve patrolmen have been 'The
orandum to the Army, Navy money came at a cru-
other training opportunities.
who has terrorized residential loing extra duty.
and Air Force secretaries out- cial moment In the month-long Parents of children, 16
yenrt1or
neighborhoods for almost a Steele said that that lining steps to be taken to assist effort of the Negroes to break
relorts older, who have dropped out
month, police surrounded Hal the Negro, section city in having military families' down racial barriers in Dlrmlnghjjm. to drop out of school In
landale with a dragnet Wed- has been sealed off are false. children entered In non-segre- or Dade plan County or who have mov ,... ,

nesday.' lIe added:: sUrround-. gated schools if they so wish. When Negro and white leaders ed to this area over the summer v
Police said that the prowler, "We have policemen It was dispatched to the services announced a settlement and desire continuation of education -
all :, I
Ing
areas.
as reported, was a "young, through base comman- May 10, there wore still 840 for their children eitherIn
"If a Negro tries tojenter; a lers* in Alabama, Arkansas,
thin Negro." They also said demonstrators in jail. A main the regular day classes
that ,the report that eight women white section after dark, he Georgia, Louisiana Mississippi, provision: was that those still adult night classes or vocational -
were raped in the city will be stopped'and hajfl 'better. South{ Carolina, North Carolina in prison would be released. classes ((18 years or older)
this was an exaggeration. have a good reason. ; Tennessee, Texas, Virginia' may contact the following school
year ,- "The same,. Mayor John Steele said thata Sentering 4hc Negro section." and, Missouri{ and Oklahoma. then telephoned Wai- in tho area In which you arc:

report that recent attacks have .. ---- - living.
touched off racial unrest Is com : Mr. Paschal, Brownsville Jr-
pletely unfounded. 1 high NE 3-2101.
: f fizz fr Mrs. Rolle, Carver High HI:
Thf' one verified rape for the 4-2505.

year was on July 19, the records Mr. Albert, Dorsey Jr. High',

Police show.Chief Earl Mitchell : : L ? J Ii ; ; OX Mrs.1-0101 Edwards Miami North.

sald'ihe" reported rape Monday western Sr. Illqh PL 4-5401.,
night Is, believed to be unfoundFor Mr Anderson, North Dade-
ed; csk Jr.-Sr., High NA 10530.
LT Mrs. Pratt, Mays Jr-Sr. High
the past three weeks, LA CI 7-1017.
ince prowler calls began to Miss Roberts, Booker T. Wash-

Ipffton High FR 72530.
:1 Mr. Penlngton, RIchmond'A
ASSAULT T'PAIR Ills. Jr. High West Homestead i I,'
Jr. High CI 7-4537.
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Miami SendsClothing

1\l youths accused of rapinga
white 19-yearrold South Dade : toMississippi .
housewife have been bound i.fl; j 54 Negroes .
over tQ..l the grand Jury following ;
Identification by the the A ton of ''clothing for needy *
victual's 'husband. Mississippi Negroes was on Its
Bo'undi, ' way this week from Miami. .
over by Homestead "r, r Ir e, L t
Justice Adairare Y The shoes, shlrta, trousers,
Sylvester
Peace 19 and dresses and Coats came mainly if
CBoast Laster Jr., i
Miami residents
Reid] Bryant, 21,,Both.of"Florida who from donated them Beach to 25 volun ,,'
:
who accused of 'hit
:are
City, '
teers from the Congress of Ra
the head
ting,the husband and over his wifeat Ministers of all races and Invited by Roosevelt President Chairman of the board, John cial Equality.A. .
with? rock raping I
.a July 20. creeds''* eat ,down '''to breakfast) Elmer A. Ward and directors I). Orr Jr., outlined the home P. Moore, CORE chairman -
rockpit
a last Thursday morning In -the of the, state-chartered Integrated ownership and equal raid both white and Ne-\ I
The woman was unable to spacious lobby of the Roosevelt savings and loan, the all opportunity .. pro families In the Miami area* ,
make a positive identification of Savings and Loan Association group was given an Inside Jook for programs of ,Roose contributed; the wearing apparel : :
I velt. (See editorial ; 4)). cash the truck.c .
the*pair.*' In Edison Center. at the operations. page plus to tent

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I.. (/ P-JJrlEMIAMI;.f '-. ". MMES MIAMI, FLA. Southeastern Club Women Hold

PAGE 2 '* SATURDAY AUGUST 10, 1963

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Session In MiamiBy
Historical : ,

for historian, Florida; E. Molice
1\(. A. HALL WILLIAMS, |[I challenge, of preparedness
auditor
eventuality in a forceful address Spelman, North ,Carolina
Delegates from throughoutthe delivered Just (before new ; Guye Dunham, statistician
eight state area embracedby officers were installed by Mrs. Mississipppi; Ruby E. Stutts,
the Southeastern Association Bertha L. Johnson, honored at.. Lyells parliamentarian, Mississippi -
and its Girls the session. I ; Luella H. GOff, president -
Clubsmesubsidiary (affiliated of Past President's Coun-
the National Association New officers installed: Mesdames cil, Virginia; Elizabeth Espy
with
MRS. ANNIE MAE HALEY- Mr. and Mrs. JUNIOUS of Women's Clubs,) invaded this Algernon B. Bolen, president Curtis, chairman of legislation, I
ROBINSON and MRS. EMMA I I FORTSON and their son, Chas. "Magic Wonderland in the Tropics" Fla.:: Peachie Jackson, 1st Florida; Irma Thompson, advisor f
LEE TURNER-GEORGE with have returned from an exciting 28-30 and the impres- vice, Virginia; Louise E. Taylor, .
her daughter, Kyung, were recent vacation in Jamaica. They flew sive July dliberations of their 22nd 2nd vice? Florida; Willie Mae SAGC, Virginia and Miss ;
visitors in the city, having by way of BWIA. Charles was biennial convention will long be Latham Taylor, 3rd vice, Mis- Louise, ,E. Taylor, president
motored from Jacksonville. Mrs. very excited, this being his first remembered by all attending.In sissipi; Mattie Gamlin, record- SAGC, Florida. !
Robinson is teacher of business flight. The Fortsons were ing secretary, Alabama; lone 1 \
education; Mrs. George is deanof guestss at the beautiful Tre- line with the pulse of the Henderson, assistant recording Mrs. Elizabeth E. Curtis !is
girls (,both at James Weldon lawny international Resort responsible citizens, the body secretary, North Carolina; Ar- president of the Miami Federa-
Johnson Junior High School\ Club at Runaway Bay and the listened to recommendationsfrom nette McNeal, financial secre- tion.
Mrs. Robinson was "at home" Sans Souci at Ocho Rios. These several committees, and tary, Florida; Juanita Peyton,
with her mother, Mrs. Lillie P. clubs are located on the mid before the president, Mrs. Ma- treasurer, Virginia; Mamie B. SAWC embraces. Alabama,
Haley of 68th Terr., while the north shore of Jamaica. mie B. Reese turned the gavelof Reese, executive board chair- Florida, Georgia, Mississippi,
Georges resided at Hampton Much sightseeing captivatedthe administration over to Mrs.
House. Here, hubby Matthew of Fortson's on this tropic fun Algernon B. Bolen, of For t man, Georgia; Mary D. King, 'North Carolina, South Carolina,
the Jacksonville Post Office Department isle. Some of the places' visited Pierce, the newly elected president chaplain, Tennessee; Mary Price, Tennessee and Virginia
Joined them for a few were Kingston, the famous Hope the body had voted to give
days before driving the groupon Botanical Gardens, .Spanish active support to President
Monday back to Jackson- Town, Blue Mountains, the John F. Kennedy's legislative
ville. They report a wonderfultime world's most unique Dunn's program on Civil Rights.A Iotas Hold 34th Annual
relaxing and renewingold River Waterfalls, the beautiful most timely address was
acquanintances during their white sand beaches: schools, delivered by Mrs. Reese at the
long week here.H. breathtaking scenery, planta-
opening Sunday mass meeting.Roll .
Meet in Youngstown
tion life and Fern Gully. call, reports on creden-

JAMES GREENE, principal Charles, the talented sixth tials, appointment of committees -
of James Weldon Johnson grader Sans, was Sousi invited Club. The to sing man atthe reports of state presidentsand Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, press I conferences on Saturday

Junior High School, Jacksonville agement and guests were so other routine matters were National Business Organization, morning, executive board and
spent a few days !in the with his singing that ; on the agnda of the opening will hold its 34th anniversary standing committee meetings
city. While here he was guestof I they pleased invited him to do two num- I business session on Monday. On convention August 10.15 in will involve all delegates dur-
the International Airport I bers at the Trelawny Club on the lighter side a bevy of attrac- Youngstown, Ohio with head- ing the day. On Saturday even-
Hotel. the floor show, "This is My Is- tive Miami models was featured quarters at Hotel Pick-Ohio. ing the committee has planneda
-and land In The Sun." in a unique fashion and hair Delegates, members and associ special hair styling and dem-
Mrs. WILLIE D. Mrs. Fortson is principal of style show during the presidents' ates from 30 states and the District onstration show by Hair-Weev,
RUFF and children, Milner, Rainbow Park Elementary, Opa- luncheon.The of Columbia will convene Inc. with appropriate hospitali
Norvel, Averell and Sheldon for the six-day activity-packed
locka.
theme of the confab was
spent a delightful vacation in ty.Work
educational conclave.
shops seminar and bus-
Nassau, Bahamas. eloquently re-emphasized by
They were
very pleased with their first DEACON FRED WILLIAMS of Dr. John W. Rembert, youthful "We expect to embark upon iness-education sessions will
trip to this nearby "foreign at. New Bethel Baptist Church president of GIbbs Junior Col- our largest and most challenging continue on a regular schedule
mosphere." The Ruffs took advantage celebrated his GOth birthday on lege, St. Petersburg, when he delivered convention ever held, on basis Monday through Wednes-
August 6. His wife and laugher the keynote address at day with national presidentOsste
of most of the sights, the occasion of our 34th anni-
wish for him all the successin the Awards Banquet on Mon- W. Mitchell presiding.
clubs and the friendliness of the versary, relates Mrs. Ossie
people of this tropical isle. the world. day night. He and the Albany Ware Mitchell of Birmingham, Two important highlights of the
VALENCIA State College president were AJa.' national president. convention will be a public educational -
WILLIAMShad awarded citations "For Excel- program under the
THANK YOU'S have already as her house guest recently lence In the Field of Education"by Comprehensive plans have Youth Today For Work in To-
been received by Miamians extending Mrs. Willia Locket Noel, a college Mrs. Reese, awards for arts been: carefully developed over a auspices of the Department of
courtesies to Dr. and friend of West Virginia and crafts exhibits were also period of 12 months by the con. Education held on Sunday after-
Mrs. Carl Gordon of Albany, Ga. State. Mrs. Williams and Mrs. made, and young SAGC oratorical vention committee with Mrs. Third Baptist Church. Guest
The Gordons were house guestsof Noel flew to Nassau for a short contest winners were pre- Bessie Coston of Youngstown as speaker for this occasion will
Dr. and Mrs. Hyron Coleman. vacation accompanied by Mrs. sented. chairman. According to the com be Dr. Rembert Stokes, presi-
Among those rendering cour- Williams' daughter, Erica, and mittee's schedule activities com dent of Wilberforce University,
tesies were Dr. and Mrs. Cole- her friend, Gloria Mitchell. As a colorful climax, to the mence on Friday, Aug. 0) with a Wllberforce, Ohio. Dr. Stokes
man at a cocktail; Mrs. Ange- They have all returned to Miami "March of States' which pre- city-wide hospitality which will will address the convention on
noria Paschal at a luncheon and and Mrs. Noel has since returned eroded Dr. Reml1 rt's speech bring together invited dignita- the subject: 'E'ducating Our
Mrs. Harriett Hart at a pokena to Jamaica, N.Y. where Bertha L. Johnson Trophy"was ries, national and local officers, Youth Today For Work in To-
party. she now resides.It presented:;; to the Alabama delegates, members and espec- morrow's world" The, coveted
I delegation with honorable men- ially invited guests for social "Lola M. Parker Award",will be
Mrs. JOY C E L Y N BUR- was gratifying to see so tion going to the Florida and and cultural exchanges. presented to the outstanding
ROUGHS has returned to the mpny of our children receiving Mississippi delegations which Following registration and woman of the year.
city after vacationing in New certificates at the Bayfront tied for second place honors.
York City. Park Auditorium on Tuesday The final session on Tuesday
morning. Congratulations to night was highlighted by a
Mr. and Mrs. EARL MIZELLand thpse receiving awards and colorful Impressive tribute to
their parents. Mrs. Tlprthn T,_ Jnhncnn nt SPECIALONE
sons,.Arnold Earl and Raloh ._m_ Miss -
are visiting relatives in Bermuda -' LEROY WALLACE and Prentice, Pst president of
The Mizell family left the Association for her untir- WEEK ONLY;
daughter< of New York are in
ing and unselfish
by plane last Monday for an extended the city. They came to attend I service. Fol-
vacation on the tropical the funeral of his father, Alaric.; 'This lowing is the Your Youth Life"Talent Show, BEGINNING AUGUST 12 thru,, 17,
Isle. type pre
They are house guests of his
Mother and sister-in-law, Mr. sentation was impressively narrated Regular $3.50 value for $2.00
T vacation in New York by Mrs. Ruby E\ Stutts
aqd Mrs. Norris Wallace of :
City have gone Mr. and Samuel 3142 NW 43rd St. Lyells of Jackson, Miss., Immediate 100% Human Hair Wigs for, $50.00
Harrison with daughters, AdrIa past president of the :
and Gracie. SAWC who recounted experiences Value $100 to $120 (one week only)
in Mrs. Johnson's life in-
Friends are sending get-well cluding the story of Prentiss Institute -
wishes to Mrs. Dorethea Payne and Oak Park Vocational KIMBERLY'S$
who has been 111 in Jackson High School for underprivi .
Hospital but is now convalesc leged boys and girls which she
ing at home. and her late husband founded. Beauty Salon
Many relatives and friends
Mrs. EMMA SOMMERSETT, came from her home state, and 4310 NW 7th Ave. Ph.
757.9458
popular Liberty City cosmetologist other states as far away as Call.
is taking a few days off forn a, to pay tribute to the
from her busy schedule to vacation gracious lady who has touched
at home. so many lives.Attorney I

John B. Orr, former
After a well-planned summer representative to the Fonda
program the YWCA Day Camp Legislature and outstanding
closes today. A big closing Jam. tate civic figure, issued a final 1
boree included all participants.
This group is deserving of \ A '

praise hensive for activities.a summer of compre- Young DemocratsTo Schof _

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MISS BARBARA BAIN of Meet Friday. -
Nassau, Bahamas, who has
been the housaguest of Mr. and The Young Democrats of Dade Why< not take
Mrs. Chris Lafleur, 1869 NW County will meet in the Terrace advantage, ., of,ourx:
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56th St. has returned to that ELLA MONCUR, international Rooms of the Biscayne
hair stylist Will Introducenew
city. Terrace Hotel at 8
... products by Lesters at Wm. August 9 to discuss p.m. Friday, Special Sumper Rates
current
Mr and Mrs EUGENE J. O'Brien's Beauty Show to beheld community racial problem
KEMP were recent visitors to at Sir John Hotel Monday, "Integration What Role Can*
Nassau, Bahamas and guests at I Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. Young Democrats Play?" will
the Dolphin Hotel, West Bay 9, 10, and 11. be the topic discussed by Negro $-10 Starts your, career "
St. Clinics will be held Mondayand $ |
They report a very enjoy leader Rev. Theodora Gibson : 0
able visit. Mr. Kemp is the man Tuesday from 10 a.m. to :5 and Luther Pierce, a member of Toward Independence
ager of the Liberty Square p.m. On Wednesday at 9 p.m. a the Community Relations Board.
Housing project. Mrs. Kemp is dance will be held and awards The meeting is open to the
a member of the faculty of Be- will be presented. Door prizes public, and Interested citizens
thune Elementary School. and special deals will be offer- between the ages of 18 and 40 FOR LIMITED TIME qNLY ACT NOW

ed.Advance are considering joining are especially
Mrs. BERNICE S. MARTIN, ,reservations con be invited.Advertise.
mother of Roosevelt Simpklns made only through Wm. J. 1113 N.W. 3rd
cards us from Tyringham Mass.. O'Brien'and' Co., PL 0-2768 or Ave. FR 4-9998
where she is enjoying. a well anT authorized licensed beau
earned :vacation. tician.1' -, It Pays!

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Wins Vital! Albany- Victory- I BIGGEST DEMONSTRATIONArrest 685 i in Gadsden Ak i


ALBANY, Ga. The NAACP, Negro citizens sought: segregation in taxicabs, theatres ,I
Legal Defense and Educational l the end of state enforced racial and on buses; GADSDEN, Ala. Mass action ticipated of whom G85 were ar-
Fund today announced the first; segregation In all public the end of arrests for attempting was resumed here Aug. 3, rested. Leading the march,,
major breakthrough in the long to use public recreation, truce, with the biggest protest which started shortly after
stymied racial crisis here parks libraries and city auditorium and .
transportation, library following a monthandahalf noon, were four local mini tcrs.
; The U. S. Court of Appeals, facilities on an Integrated march to be held In this city. I Then came the men followed:
the end of city laws requiring
Fifth Circuit, has ordered a I low<; basis. More than 1,000 persons pir- by the women and children and!

er court to issue an Injunction .......... ,. ., ., I finally, the women with babies:
against city officials here that :' "''''' In their arms. The proccl'ioloIstretched >)
I will allow Negro citizens to enjoy \ 221 I for over a half mile.
Y To Get FAMU Degrees
reaching the businessatutnic -
i many of the 'goals sought ':'1I Upon .
", during months of demo i 10 :ca fi l t \-'f
! onstrations. peaceful TALLAHASSEE Approximately !- night, Charles Winter Wood halted by police and ordered to'I I I
221 students are scheduled Theatre, 8 p.m.;; Thursday, August disperse. They stood firm for
Mrs. Constance Baker Motley, ; to receive Bachelor and 8, president's chat with their rights and the mass arrests -
Legal Defense Fund Associate t masters degrees when Florida seniors, Charles Winter Wood started.
Counsel who was chief counsel A&M University holds its commencement Theatre, 10 a.m., seniors' con-
during the long proceedings exercises August 9 secration, Charles Winter Wood Electric prod rods were used
pointed out that Albany officials at 0 p.m. in Bragg Stadium. Theatre, 7 p.m., and Presidentand by police to hasten the process.A .
have been busily selling Four cadets will be commissioned Mrs. Gore's reception for group of arrested men were
the city's swimming pool facilities second lieutenants. These exercises seniors, their relatives, the prod roddcd in to running not h
to private Individuals. will culminate one I alumni, faculty and friends, walking barefoot from the
year's operation under the trimester Sunshine Manor, 7:30: Friday overcrowded county Jail to the
"We shall have to go back to system.Dr. I August 9, p.m'.f umni I coliseum, where the overflow of
court to test the validity of Association meeting, Florida prisoners was held. Yet, Deputy -
these sales. But the decision is Carl M. Hill, president of Room, Student Union Building Sheriff A. E. Lockwood told
clear that all public facilities i Kentucky State College, will be 11 a.m. and commencement exercIses the press he "hadn't seen" any
sought to tte: desegregated by the speaker. Dr. Hill receivedthe Bragg Stadium (in case electric prod rods.
this suit must be open to Al- bachelor of science degree in of rain, Leo Hall Auditorium), The prod rods were again! In:
bany's Negro citizens," she said. chemistry from Hampton Institute G p.m. evidence, though not used, the
and the M, S. and Ph.D. following day when over 200
Albany flared Into the na- degrees from Cornell University. protestors assembled at the Jail
tion's headlines during the Us -....*............. in 05-degree heat to sing free-
summer of 19G2. The Albany --jI ... ./ .. :.V' He is a past basileus of Omega dom songs and pray. The
Movement' was under the lead-I Cliristyo! Wlllettaa. Ilolton Phi Phi Fraternity, Inc., mem- 19-SAFETV-3 youth and women with babies
ership of Dr. W. G. Anderson.Dr. daughter of Mrs. Ernestine Hoi- ber of Sigma PI Phi Fraternity, had been released but the oth-
Martin Luther King and the ton nnd a sixth grade student a 33 degree Mason, and an elderof ..,...*.. in Florida ers remained in prison.
Southern Christian Leadership nt Allajmttah Elementary and St. Andrews Presbyterian
Conference also participated in Junior High School, received a Church.
the demonstrations. reading: certificate August 0 .it The complete commencement I I
NAACP Legal Defense attorneys the tenth club awards nnnunl summer reading heldat calendar of events follows: African Secretary General Here Mon.
stressed that Albany'sLOVEJOY program Wednesday August 7, class
Ray front Park Auditorium._ _. Miami will be host on Mon- French West Africa, gained Its
n I day to Michel Kompaore, Secre independence in August, 1060.
,: tary-General of the Ministry of About twice the size of Florida
Foreign Affairs of the Republic it has a population of some
lof Upper Volta. 3,5X,000( ) engaged primarily In
t i The distinguished African: official subsistence agriculture. Chief
.. o' ;". \ (,. 1 is touring the United exports are peanuts shea nuts
",
States as guest of the Depart- cotton and sisal.Kompaore .
ment of State under the foreign who also teaches
leader program. Arrangements Latin and French in Upper
) for his three-day Miami trip Volta's: capital city of Ouagadougou -
; are being made by the State Department studied In I France He
{ Reception Center was Chief of Service for Cultural -
, .; I here. Miami Mayor Robert King Technical and Political
t
: High will welcome Kompaoreand Affairs before becoming his:
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY AUGUST 10, 1963 I Project DropoutFederal BIAS PLEDGEPROM

f'' and local governments are deeply concert] I
f'I'' ed about the large number of students who fail to finish BUILDERS

high school and they have decided to do something about I

it. "The1 Vii l iaiis Administra I
An extensive three-week program has begun+ urgingyoungsters Hon and the Federal Housing

---- to stay in school Administration in Washington
II. K. Sit 1A11IUN1) nCt \TE8. Editor ftnd Publisher: said that builders of
GARTH. C. $, ]Managing Editor' The campaign is being conducted by 50 counselorsand federally
-- - visiting teachers, from Dade's 17 high school. Special assisted housing are being re
)Member: of the Associated Negro. Pre s 10th quired to certify that there will
students in the 9th and
!Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association attention will be given to be discrimination In
--_ SUBSCRIPTION RATES grades. Directing the program is Marvin Grie'p, director ployment no practices In the pro em-

ONtO YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $8.00 FOREIGN '6.00 of senior high and adult guidance.The '' jects.
federal government will provide 55,300 for
ICntered as Second Class ]Matter August! 0, 1027, at the Post Offlr The requirements became
at Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1870 the project. effective on July 22, they said,
detailed rules and
though
!Main OffHe at'O74O' N.U. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 Assistant Supt. Wesley Matthews said at commence lations have not yet been completed regy.-
Branch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami Florida-Phone FR 32286 ment exercises last year Dade senior high schools should bV the sl eht s dommlttefi -
CREDO; OF THE NEGRO PRESS" have had 25 percent more chairs than the number of its ort Equal# Employment
THE NEGRO PRESS believes that America, can best lead the world graduating class." Opportunity
from racial and national antagonism/ when It accords to every man The program should appeal to our young people. Its The executive order directed
regardless of race, color or creed<< his human and legal rights. Hatingno man for their benefit, not only to help them graduate from that after July 22 each executive -
strives to help
the Negro Press! every
fearing no man-
man Is held high school but could be helpful in securing employment. department and agency
,
In the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone which engages In providing federal -
buck. i . financial
assistance
i for I a
construction project requirethe
applicant'' to file a nondiscrimInation -
Interesting And Successful}! certification and
Include non-dlscrlmlnatlon provisions
Last Thursday morning Ye Editor was among clergymen rac In any agreements with
breakfast, _ _ _ _ contractors and subcontractors
responding to an invitation to attend a
given for ministers of the city by the Roosevelt Savingsand r'i 41r The executive order covers
Loan Association at its commodious bank building, applicants for federal assistance -
In construction who receive -
6015 N.W'' 7th Ave. loans grants, contracts
Insurance, or Whb obtain fundsborrowed
It was his pleasure to greet so many clergymen, some 34b on the credit of the
he had not seen for quite a while. r federal government, a spokes-

The occasion, was enjoyable and impressive.The man said.Vacation.

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Rev. John F. Kiernan of Holy Redeemer Roman ------- - -

Catholic Church, gave the invocation. in the MountainsFor

Dr. Elmer Ward, one of our pioneer business men, complete rest and relaxa-
:and a civic and political leader, is president of the Roose- tion plan to spend your vacation -
Association.He at the LANDINA GUEST
velt Savings and Loan
HOUSE in Ifendersonville, N.C.
very ,ably welcomed his guests, and cited some Private rooms and baths and
:interesting incidents leading up to the desire for such an the finest food. $6 per day including -
:association Roosevelt. 2 meals, also a cool rest
home for professionals.

Dr. Ward' told of a survey of population conducted by HolUs Landrum

the Bureau of Economic Research of the University of ---- ? 1--.... -- ....
Miami in 1950 showing Florida :first in the South and ENROLL NOW! I NW 22nd Ave. 710 lit Av.., W.

fourth in the nation in the growth of its Negro popula- the best In Pre-School All day for children 3 to aFar Hendersonville, N. C.
afternoon
care for children 6
tion.
Training enroll your child In to 9. You
Dr. Ward received merited applause. one of the James E. Scott Con* James E. Scott may Community register at Association the -.- _..--., ......,Au9-!
munlty Association Day Care
Atty. John B. Orr, former State Representative from Centers. i I St. until office September 1133 1 NW from 66th 9
Dade County and well known throughout Florida for his Liberty Square, G301 NW 14th am. to 5 pm, Monday through
Ave. ( ) j $600 Down
rear.
liberal mindedness, chairman of the board of directors Friday. For information. call PL
James E. Scott Homes, 72 gave some facts about the institution and its possibilities. Brand new 3-bedroom, 2

Notably in his remarks, he showed no selfishness, bath CBS house Balance
but carried along Roosevelt's, sister institution, Franklin r like rent. $35O down 2-bed-

Federal and Loan Association, :also urging support of that 1w t o N A S S' A uA room furnished house.
institution. His remarks captivated his audience and Large lot, awnings, $72.50

brought much (applause.' A, j a month.

The Rev. Theodore R. Gibson, vicar of Christ Church, __ 3051 NW 64th St
Coconut Grove, president of the local branch of the Sv.

NAACP and an outstanding civic leader, and Bishop William .
F. Ball of the AME Church also made very complimentary : For Rent
: remarks.
Homes and apt. furnished! or

Officers introduced were : Irving Kipnis, real estate k a unfurnished.

and hotel executive, vice president; Garth C. Reeves, vice .
president; Dana Dorsey Chapman, real estate executive
and member of a prominent Miami family, secretary; GOODMAN'SReal

Herbert Wallach, partner in Wallach and Casselhorff, Estate & Ins.
accounting firm, treasurer.

Additional board members: Frank M. Buchanan, in. I f 2688 NW 62nd Street

surance executive; Charles Hadley.. special investigator: _T ... .. _,.. .. OX 1-0380
Athalie Range, funeral director; Dr.: Stanley Weinkle: --
Helen Hart 231 NW 7th
St.
orthopedic' and and Leonard. E. per and enjoy accommodations
surgeon physician Atty. a professional model and first :
Treister. runner up In the 19G2 North Colothe Hotel. famous British
South Golf Tournament beauty will Franklin Federal Spend $2 for freedom
Other officers of the association: Paul Forand, exec- ontest, won a free holiday In spending give Mrs.. Hart $50
utive vice president, Veterans Savings and Loan Associa- Nassau as a first prize award trip even money more enjoyable.to make her Join The NAACP!
for her entry In a contest sponsored __.
tion executive, and Roslyn Orr, assistant secretary. by Franklin Federal Sav L

Kenneth Williams, teller, is a well known Miamian.\ lags and Loan Association of Who
Miami. will be "
"Miss
He was trained for his position in one of Miami's\ out- Decathlon?
standing savings and loan associations. So Showing that l/ralns often A
impresari{
were with contest is being launched
this
goes beauty, young to select the most popu-
executives of that institution with Williams' ability that lady who attends Howard University lar and personable
they expressed interest In hiring Negroes. Washington, D. C., and women young lady m Miami. Young
expects to complete her requirement age 21 and over interested) in entering this
Following the breakfast a tour was made of both In three years to become Contest may Elli |in the
entry blank below and mall| |
a certified public accoun- o|
floors of the building. It's worthwhile seeing.
tant, submitted this winning DECATHLON'S SOCIO-CIVIC
CLUB
Roosevelt is preparing a Community Room that will Franklin Federal Savings entry P. O. Box 943 N.W. Branch
accommodate up to 200 persons. It will be available free me: because"savings!: an Is unforseen Important com-to Miami, Florida
to local clubs, organizations and other groups desiring a bination of circumstances can
regular meeting place or an attractive room for special happen any time." FIRST PRIZE: TRIP TO JAMAICAThe

functions.Two. Helen I Is a native Floridian winner will be
and was an honor student while crowned at a "Coronation Ball"
'parking lots in the rear. provide adequate parking attending Hooker T. Washington at the Knight Beat.
facilities. High School. She Is a talented
dress designer and makes most PHIZES GALORE! ENTER TODAY .
.. The purpose of the breakfast was to meet the officers of her own clothes. She loves

. and directors and to acquaint the clergy with the Alpha tennis Kappa and swimming Alpha pledge and Is an I Name ......................................................._....................._. _........_
facilities and other Miss Hart ..., '
I; loan banking services. will have a free .:

1 r! ..' Ye Editor reports-mission accomplished. He extends four holiday glorious In Nassau days and spending nights Address .......................+................................ .....'.............:......._......:.._

congratulations Loan Association and best, wishes to the Roosevelt Savingsand companion in the lap of will luxury.travel She In and style a P ho n 8.............._................................ \ .lO
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PICNICS SMOKED lb 29 ;' i'FRYRS: Ib Z30
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Youth Hall NewsMore THE MIAMI tlMES MIAMI FLA.


Recreation NewsMetro volunteers are neededfor I SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1963 .' PAGE 7

our WMBM Youth Hall pro
gram. Are you Interested If f '
o.
so, call Blanche Calloway at PL Grambling Pitcher

DadeThis Bunche ParkThe 0-6383.

i talents.Volunteer your services and Gets Bonus f'f'ly '
$12,000
summer recreation pro- Metro Dade County The staff and children at
. gram is gradually coming to an Parks Recreation Department
I and Youth Hall were sorry to hear ) COLLIE J. NICHOLSON --
end. As a fitting climax to the ended its eighth week of that because of illness Rev. Edward

program, family night will be activities with a gigantic gym- Graham was unable to Deddell Wilkerson, a flame-I !MT. CARMEL BAPTISTRev.
hold Guidance serviceson
held in the North Dade nastic show. Children from all Spiritual throwing ri8ht-handed
Gym the Saturday planned. We all from Grambling! College D. A. Bradley, pastor
with honors and recognition We-: the group brackets participatedwith wish him a speedy recovery. signed a $12,000 bonus contract Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor
ing given to boys and girls who such stunts as the no with the Baltimore Orioles. Ruby Handy, reporter I II
have achieved theDLCongratulations hand flip, tinsica, backbend, and
are in order walkover and many others. The Atty. Don Wheeler Jones, tem Wilkerson was signed by vet- I Thou should love the Lord
for the many young people who children also enjoyed 'watching porary chairman of "Job Opportunities" eran scout West Allis. He is 10. God with all thy soul and with
movies the remainder of the program has endeared all thy might and all thy
will receive them. Sadie Norris himself to the children at The 62, 102 pound athletewas strength. ,
.
afternoon.The
will receive the Outstanding the hall. His inspiring, encour- a star on the Grambling i
Leadership Award for' her ser results of the weekly aging and Interesting programs team that advanced to the finalsof Our pastor's theme was "Stay
vice as a recreation leader's the NAIA small college tour- in Touch.'" It is nice
tournaments are as follows: The have become one of the highlights so to keep !:
aide. She has exhibited the traits I shortie girls participated in of the week. Anyone in. nament in St. Joseph, Mo, last in touch with the Master, especially It!
of a real leader. Annis Marie, tetherball first place Theresa terested in serving on this program month. in times like these. "

the Reed Service will be Award the recipient for earning or Britt, 2nd, Teresa Barton, 3rd, call Atty. Jones at He completed his freshman Our church feast day will be I',

the highest number of points Iris !13: n. The junior girlsbattled 6917632. year at Grambling where he was Sunday, and we are asking all
for service. Anna contributed it out In paaaie tennis I called "Stoneface'' by teammates our members to lie present. I
much of her time and with Gwen Gloster placing first, Mrs. Josie Roberts who because of his serious approachto
energy recently I
then Lorraine Evans and De- the Good old fashion revival will
to serving the recreational retired from the Dade game.WUkerson
lores Justice. The shortie boys begin this Monday night. Come ;
is native of Mil- ,
a
needs of the youth of North County School system gives of
will have a marble tournament waukee Wis. one, comt all so that we may
Dade. her unusual talents and time ,
this coming Friday and the boys have a good time.
The Award Her
Participation goes have a'' ping'' pong. The shortie every Thursday morning. He Is the fourth member of
Aarolyn Armstrong who is act- I girls will have jackstones. Mon program is entirely musical. the 1903 Grambling nine to inka Remember all our sick and .J
ing in all sports, dance and day evening, Aug. 12, the department She is certainly lighting candles professional contract. shut-In in your daily prayers '.
and Skill' and the meditation.HANNAH.
arts crafts. Sports will be presenting Its helping to brighten and

Awards will be given to girls I I Summer Review. On this occa- hearts of the children. Earlier, Frank Garnet, signedfor aJf.-r II II-'T..IU:1f:1:1I':1'r.JrJr.lT:11'l'l': ' T.JI"J:1r.JI:
who have shown superior ability sion we' will show' the parents r $30,000 with Washington,
in various sports. Daneese and Donald Welch and Jesse
of' the"" their
some things
many Mrs. Clotille Dent is be
I to
Wilcox will receive an award children have been learning Jones signed with the Chicago MOTEL .
commended on the fine job she
for skill in Table Tennis, Ar-I during the summer. There will White Sox for undisclosed sums
is Besides
netta Phillips, Elva Evans and doing. teaching DAY WEEK OR .,I t.
be songs, dances, gymnastics, classes in basic sewing, cut- ,
June Brownlee, dance; Ernes- the leaders will be presenting and she them :
ting fitting
helps
tine Anderson, Anna Redford special awards to the most out- make clothes to take this opportunity to OVERrftGHT ROOMS \ '
they can wear.
and Dorothy Wilburn, Softball; standing children In the thank all the volunteers who (
'"Sadie Norris, archery and Essie program They are now making' shifts. carried the Youth Hall 631-45 NW 32nd St.
We are hoping that all Then, too, the girls enjoy the on pro- w
Jackson, arts and crafts. In absence. Working
the parents will come out and company of Mrs. Dent who Is gram my
Personable Louise Lamar with the various organizationsand '
see their children in action. so very gracious and under- Phone 635.4643
will serve as mistress of cere- The program will start promptly standing.We people in the community "
monies for the Family Night at 8 p.m. For further Infor- has been a challenge and a Lovett Hutcheson, Mgr.
program. Special tribute will be mation call Bunche Park School pleasure, and I am proud to be indfjrJTJ I
North during this program to between 0 a.m. and 5 p.m. welcome Mrs. Marjorie a part of a changing, progres-
Daders who have won Esham, a, trained nurse, who sive Miami." 1 TJJT iT.irirjjjrjjrjj-g" : a.sra.Z..II..q;, I

sports. Both Clarence Myers I really goes far beyond her line 1 ,
county-wide recognition in Evening Classes For of duty in helping Mrs. Dent
and Sadie Norris will receive with the sewing class. Incident- SER T11H WORLD'S !
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trophies for winning first places I Adults at Bunche ly, she made all the drapes for (HUCJ\T P1tP111CT t'[ !
in 'softball--olf. cottage No. 2 and does all nec- A TIIIP Louder j
Barbara Justice, a pretty Swimming Pool essary mending. It is a plea 33' Years of Experience r"r } I
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North Dade teenager proved Blixhop Hunter I.. well known at ; t
sure to have her on the staff
classes for adults
'that girls can skill in Evening \
possess because she is so dedicated. PROF. HUNTER
.sports also. Barbara entered in have started at Bunche Park t
the county sponsored Softball Swimming Pool. Every night If you are nick, worried or In 1\:'
hitting contest and slammed from 6:00: to 7:00: has been reserved Blanch Galloway, chairman of troubled this IN. the place to come t .
"Ifall 159 feet to win the cherished a for adult swimming 'lessons Volunteer program and your Don't stay In the rut, push back ,:
cup for that event. beginners, intermediates, newscaster has returned from a the veil of bud luck that poem a.11f : j,
The adult and basket and advanced. So, come on out, month's vacation visiting her to hold ')'ou In jour track, and .'
ball leagues have teenage been adults and learn to swim withus. brothers and sisters. She says, advance forward by the help of 'l1//fr( :. l"'i.:
'succssful this summer. The very Just pay the regular admission "I am so happy to be back in God under the leadership of r.! ;tf''' ;;, '".
price of 35 cents and the Miami with the many, many j Pi'of. Hunter who him 39 yearsof '1>'11; f. .< '. ,
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the ;
championship .
game among friends I have experience In mid .., ?: ,
'teens was played lessons are given free of any made since mak tiplilttial ::tJ ,' ,
/band ,the Hawks Monday trounced night the extra charge. ing my home here. Would like occult Nd..ncr.lake! your home .,.,..i" 'J ;) j

'Hill Trumps to In a score of 72-60.scored New morning classes for e.++.-.. . . . . . . . . happy bypiiNN) He'uur't'ncmlrM will show yon and howto Ret the thing that life demands \

31 was good form and children will begin Monday, WARNER for you. Como one,.tome nil. Healing meeting every Wedne. :
points and HINES
loss Theodore, displte their Aug. 12 from 8:30: am. to 12 day nt the Hplrltual Temple of Zion, Inc., M17 H.W. 17th HL,

'points for the losers.Renrick hit 30 noon. advanced.Beginners,Children Intermediateand who Painting Contractor vest Hollyuood. Fin. 7:30 p.m.

'strong competition and high have: already 'earned beginners'Red ,
The adult
league has had
,
l
r Cross badges are requestedto
scoring all summer. The stand f
advanced
show come in now to take
ings that the
Collegians n
lessons. Classes In
swimming'
have captured and held the
top
held
will toe
life saving
junior
rung of the ladder by winning
all of the seven games that they from 0 a.m. to 2 noon for advanced -
they have played. swimmers over 12 yearsof

... age.Adults.
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are invited to Join "our
Aquatic Club to help' "us with t ( M
'DR. M. RADIN beginning youngsters. Please
'c Sunday 10 a.m. 12 noon call us 'or come to Ithe* ool for
further information. Call 624-
General Practice

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Phone .374-1419 They-pay! Service phone FR 0-8685 1 mile cost State Uoad 141 3 mile wont of Hallandale on ?I
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. ,1; oooo
Renamed
Washington Park Florida Normal

PAGE 10 SATURDA, AUGUST 10, 1963

News Florida Memorial
liT MRS. U. CASTELOW
ADDITIONAL CHURCH NEWS ,
:
ST. AUGUSTINE The the present curriculum -:which '
ST. JAMES A. M. E. Open House at Washington Park Civic Club trustees of Florida Normal and lead to a B. S. degree in Ele-
met at the home of Mrs. Dora mentary Education, English,
1845 NW 65th Street Bethany SDA thy Brown last Monday. Busi- Industrial Memorial College announced music education, religious edu-

Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastorIt Bethany seventn.-day. Adventist ness of Importance was dis- in a press release today cation, science and social sci-
was indeed a great feeling Church is happy to invite cussed and carried out. The that the institution has ence.
after a special collection was the public to its special open picnic in Greynolds Park was a been renamed Florida Memorial -
made on Sunday to raise fundsto house activities, the weekend of outing. Everyone enjoy College. The college has also becomea
send some of our youth to August 10 and 11. I lovely center for service to the Baptist
the AME State-Tri Institute in The purpose of this programis The club4 has several projects In making the announcementthe denomination and the general -
Jacksonville Aug. 11, when the to encourage the public to planned for the future. Hopeall Rev. Dr. Edward T. Graham public. The interracial, inter-
members and friends donated visit the church and inspect members will participateand chairman of the board of trustees >- cultural and international faculty -

over, ,$140 to the fund. This these facilities, valued at help carry them out. said that the action was with 45 percent holding the
kind of action will show the $150,000.The A lovely repast was servedby taken at a recent annual board earned doctorates are in con-
youth that we are backing them the hostess, Mrs. Brown. i meeting. stant demand by civic and professional
and will do our utmost for "the i modern building com- Those assisting in serving I! Florida Memorial College is a groups. At off-campus
I
with auditorium furnish-
plete centers institutes for minis-
church of tomorrow.
were Mrs. E. McElmurry, Mrs.I. institution
four-year Baptist-related -
Plans are getting underwayfor ings has appointments throughout Crawford, Mrs. C. Ross. The accredited the Isters and missionary workers
the by
our Men's Day the third Sun which make it one of hostess was thanked by Mrs. are conducted under the auspices -
day in September (Sept. 15.) truly adequate churches of the Susie Fletcher. I Southern Schools Association and the of Collegesand Florida of the Division of Relig-
city. One outstanding features I
At an after service meeting on I ious Education
Next meeting will be at the of Education.
air
that all will enjoy is full State Department
Sunday Dr.morning, Nathaniel,the Colston men selected as- conditioning of the main plant. home of Mrs. Hazel Smith, NE It is a member of the American The next stage in the develop-
154th Terr. Mrs. Lola Crawford
,
Council Education the
on the
ment of
accordingto
chairman and Bro. Lee Wrightas The open house program will president; Mrs. Cora L. Ross, re- Association of American Colleges President R.college W. Puryear, Is
second in command. With the
consist of two special services: porter.
the Association of
,
the relocation of the college on
of these two sterlingmen
leadership The first will bu Saturday, Aug. Teacher Education Instructionsand
a 'modern campuswlih first
and with the captains and
10 at 11 a.m. at which the the Florida Association of
class
facilities
members anxious to get rolling, speaker will be W. S. Sanfleld, Colleges and Universities.The .
we are sure to reach our goal president of the Souh Atlantic Talent ExtravaganzaAt.
and try to top the women who Conference of Seventh Ad- college was founded as
have been giving the men a ventist. St. MarkSome the Florida Baptist Academy in Dugie's Guest HouseThe
"fit. The second service will be 1892 in the Bethel Institutional
Don't forget that the Steward August 11 at 5 p.m. featuringsome inspiring talent will appear Baptist Church of Jacksonville house of clean rooms
Board will hold its first anni of the !best musical talentof on August 18 from 4 to Into this institution was merged -
versary on Sunday evening at ; Dade County. Following this 6 at Greater St. Mark Primitive in 1941 the Florida Baptist Open 24 hours NE 4.3851
3 p.m. These officers will, sure program, refreshments will be Baptist Church. Our master of Institute of Live Oak'which was
ly /make it worth your while to served. ceremonies will be Garth C. founded in 1879 by the American Seeing is BelievingSee
come and enjoy the afternoon I Reeves, editor of the Miami Baptist Home Mission So-
with them.' Friends' of the offi The members of the church Times along with Mrs. Lee Etta ciety. The college has been located us for clean rooms
cern and ,the .church 'are most WiSh t< or hcly tn IK "I i ;ur'Thomas and Mrs. Luella Thompson In St. Augustine for more
cordially invited. ,'riends for helping us in the both Instructors In the than 45 years on its present Jamaica Dugie, always a
Open hands?and''hearts are always erection of the church, and County school system and oth- campus.
ready to ''welcome all to sincerely hope you will Join us er musical talent. friends 9 "
the "Friendly Church." Worship n one or both of the "Open Since the early fifties the college -
House" services of this weekend. Come out and you will see has discontinued normal 2941 NW 47th St., Miami
with us Sunday. .... .. and hear some of Miami's pro- and Industrial program in its ,'..
fessional talent impart their curriculum. The new name of
''ST. LUKE tAME ;Pan'' Phun' knowledge with us. Florida Memorial College there "

.. ., Rev. F. L. Johnson, ''pastor fore reflects more accurately P ""
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':1809 NW 6th Ave. 4. :
Rev. James A. Grisby, pastor a1,': I ,:: :
Miss Joyce Fayson, reporter The life i of a punster is I' ';,:," '
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he has thick TV SERVICE AND SALESPL A ,
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;lappy one a ,", .":.. Ib't,
On'the in
'fourth Sunday July t 'II '
skin. While some folks get fun I'I (" ;' '
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the 1.8381
out of a ,pun, others consider itt ,:! ,II,,'" "
music : J
Choir tendered the for
pun-ishment. I've even been We' ,do 'not give 'free estimate*-Honest estimates o ": ' I
the 'flrst time under the direction .old that I'll 'never get into ,'' SERVICEWilliam ,: ;
'require' Work. lower than other doing
Our'prices are .
;,of Mrs. H. White. The ';en because there is no pun-.
morning speaker, 'Rev. Leroy :shment there.Regardless comparable ''good work. We repair, sell and rent Pinder, Sr. <" ,
Jackson: brought us a wonderful TV's radio, 'hi-fi's. Our work guaranteed. Free de
Mrtn entitled, "Satan Goesto I'm going to con-. livery. Professional Piano Tuner \
'Church" in ''which everyone inue pun-ching my way thru T And* Repairer "Ii, *';,
enjoyed. lfe. You may note that I keep JOSEPH SCOTT ' ; ;
Sunday afternoon the mem- my lowly 'humor 'on a h 1 g fr AUTHORIZED) FACTORY TV REPAIR '&'BALES 1935 N.W. 153rd St. \t:':t,

bers and friends of the Deacon. plane, being pun-gent only on 923 NW'62nd Street PL '1-8381 Opa-lock ",I'I!';''
ess and Stewardess Union meetat the subject of justice, I ,try to Phone MU 8-3770 '; .: .:,.;,:'**
the church. Everyone had a : kun-cture the pun-k theories of PIH; ,. i"
Joyous time., At our evening I Conference of Seventh-day Ad- "i ''
service the pastor gave us a racists. Now for some puns:
beautiful message. 'Do you know what they calla @)
lawyer's speech? Jurisdic- @ Sunday School began at 9:30: : ;
with Mr. White presiding. The tion.Why does a'bride wear a wedding x s 5* -Zr V 5 V X i rZr N ; .

lesson was reviewed by the ? First. It is
pastor Our morning service bol that gown she is no longer a a-vell-sym- 1Ir, iIt

was high in'spirit as our pas. able Second: She has to be .. '

way"tor spoke,which on was"The greatly King's deliv High- wellgroomed.Now franklinfederal, < :: ; .;:

ered. Bishop W. F. Ball Sr., you know why a punster .
should be s-corned. well,
the
opened doors of the church.
I'm going to keep it up. I have '
During the evening servicesthe my civil rights, you know. And : .c .
pastor spoke on "No Dis- speaking of civil rights, here'sa I
charge in The War." Choir. No. slogan for this year's valiant '
1 rendered the music with Miss battle for ,civil rights. Let's callIt : s
M; Scott, at the piano, Miss J. Nineteen Sixty Free!

Fayson, director and Mrs. O. Now to lose my poetic license: '.II.ti, JI.
Prime, president. The pun, they say, t '1 :>\" " $>> w 4} ;.:" .:i iI
Visitors are always welcome Is lowly humor. ;
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Since those who scoff, ::; :, l 'f
Taunt and curse, .., 1 ; :

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MIAMI

SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1963 FLA.PAGE' 11 AMEiState -Tri Meets In JacksonvilleBARTOW IJ


More than 1,000 rection of Rev. Mr. Toston anda The Institute will be held for
youth, youth leaders Missionary staff of workers which Includes Leadership Training in Sunday
workers and ministers{ of : Mrs. Ethel L. Richardson -
the African Methodist School, Christian Endeavor, Mis-
raWX1iit Episcopal Jacksonville, president,
and Ministers
Church in Florida sionary workshop
will
gather Woman's Missionary Society; and
for In-service ministers
on the campus of Edward Mrs. L. G. Genwrite, Jacksonville .
Waters other religious leaders. The ,ly)
College, in Jacksonville director, Young People's
on Sunday, August 11 for a Department; Mrs. Maeola J. meeting will get under way \
week of study and Sunday afternoon at Edward
fellowship Monroe Miami, president,
recreation. The occasion will be Young People's Dept.; Mrs. MarIan Waters College when the mem-
bers of the Institute and
the meeting of the annual State- H. Shannon, Miami, presi- faculty
Trl Institute of Schools staff will meet with Bishop
Sunday dent, Richard Allen Youth
Ball for orientation class sched-
Allen Christian Endeavor ,
Council Mr. Cartrell Jackson-
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ule. Monday will be given over
Leagues and Woman's Missionary
ville president ACE Leagues;
to registration and home assign
Society:) which will be
Gainesville
pre- Rev. S. White, superintendent
ment of The
'delegates. keynote
sided over by Bishop William F. Schools
of Sunday ;
Ball, the bishop of the AME worship service will also be
Jackson-
Mrs. G. L. Gardner,
held with consecrationand
Church in the State of Florida. ville, director Family Life; Rev.A. holy Monday communion., The five
The five days meeting will bring Reddlsk St. Pters-
Joseph days meeting will close follow-
together leaders of the AME .
burg, dean of the Institute and
ing the noonday worship ser-
Church
Nation., Several from throughout the Dr. J. B. Epperson, dean of the vice in the college chapel on

ligious leaders from outstanding outside the re Ministers Workshop. August

State of Florida will come to I
the State-Tri Institute as invited -
I guests, teachers and ob- BETHANY S. D. A. a. :
\ servers. C. B. Rock, pastor
Cor. 50th St. and 25th Ave.
The annual meeting will In- The South Florida Youth Fed-
troduce the Rev. Charles F. eratlon will lie held at the

t tX Church Toston Jacksonville pastor of Bethel who Is AME the Church Bethany Seventh Day Aug.Adventist 17 beginning -
e'c ,4 Saturday,
11 111yk 11M new director of the Departmentof
at 0-30": a.m. Main ser
Religious Education In the vice at 11 ,a.m.
vv llth Episcopal District. The The theme of the Federationis
meeting will be under the di-
:Good: Shepard, Stir Thy

Vouth.Speaker" Chaplain Henry l

ANTIOCH BAPTIST Bradford, Ph.D., dean of religionat u
I Alabama AaM University
I'J of YI Rev 1K99 O.NW W. Foster Oith Street Special guests from all over
pastor
Florida will be present. Inter-
"First worship God he that esting activity will be throughout .

',,,'',.(;.t't"'\' '' ''"''" \..,'t \ forgets to pray, bids not himself -" the day and a special movie
'r'
> ,. good-morrow or good-day. will bo shown Saturday night.Sacred .
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livered Inspirational services' in
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time on this Sunday. One of
MRS. LESSIE LOVE MRS. CIIELLIB ESTKB the associate ministers will to attend the opening ser-

. 'Evening Speaker . Morning Speaker conduct the services. Usher vices of Catholic the Sacred Church Heart, locatedat Amerl

board No. 2 will render serviceat can'1718 NW 31st Ave. on Sun- New .
both services. Choir No. 1
Bright Morning Star Woman'sDay
11 at 4
will render service during the day, Aug. p.m.
The Honorable Dr. Kelsey

To Be Observed i Male morning Chorus worship will while serve at t h the e Pharr will deliver the address of on A
Sunday evening worship. welcome. \ dence
The Rev Donald Anthony, tinue
Woman's Day at Bright Morn. Day. Many outstanding womenof The Junior church will close OSB is the rector. Theme: "The Rev.
ing Star Freewill Baptist the city will appear on the Its State Contest on Sunday, Birth of a Baby" vites all
Church, 360 NW 14th Terr will program at each service, lend- Aug. 12 at 3 p.m. The states The public is also invited to nightly : [
lie observed Sunday. ing support to the theme "A that will be represented are worship at St. Peter's American The
The day will mark a mile Woman's Task." The public is Florida, Georgia, and Alabama. Catholic Church, 1811 NW 4th ed by
stone In the history of the Invited to attend. Mrs. Ella The program committee has n Court. Order of services are as bany, Ga.We
church 'when the women will Davis, chairman; Mrs. Lula B. well planned program for your follows: I
celebrate their third Woman'sTRANSFIGURATION Evans, co-chairman. enjoyment.The Sundays, 0 a.m., High Mass this man
Vacation Bible School.. _., and Sermon; 10 a.m. Church again.. 16th."I
unuer me principaisnip of s\ira.h School; 7:30: p.m. Vespers and Rev. C. ;
FRIENDSHIP M. B. Rachel Pratt has made a won. Benediction of the Blessed Claudia
derful start and we hope that Sacrament; Wednesday 7 a.m.
Fr. Elisha S. Clarke Jr., vicar Rev J. E. Jenkins, pastor the enrollment will continue to Low Mass; 8 pm. Novena Services .
Rev H. V. Stuart, pastor Ruby Lee Carr, reporter increase. The commencement ST.
The Church of the Transfiguration Sunday services were so re- exercises will be held on Thurs. The Rev Fr, Donald Anthony,
week vivallstic with our pastor de- day night August 15 at 8 o'clock priest in charge, has chosen Rev. P.
is climaxing their livering both sermons. If some Mr. Franklin Clark will deliver for his theme for Sunday morn- Mrs.
long Patronal Festival with the one along this life in this worldof the address. Jag "The Virtue of Humility" Revival
following events and services: turmoil and confusion you The Antioch family extends progress
have lost faith. We are inviting cordial invitation to the public Church
Friday, August 9, a MidSummer you to hear our pastor and have to their worshipping services JORDAN GROVE M. B. each
Dance at the Blscayne Ter your faith lifted. It will bene- I and activities. Rev C. H. Smith Rev. A.
race Starlight room from 9 p.m pastor ister
fit through future liv in
you your
to 2 a.m. Subscription $1.25. I Sis. Ella 1{. Wright, reporter Is a

Door prize: A trip to Biminifor ing.Saturday, August 10, at 10 ST. MARY'S W M. On Sunday the spirit was very I Rev. P.
two; Sunday August 11, a.m. The Sunday School: will high which we enjoyed very St.
the highlight of the Festival Is sponsor a picnic at Virginia Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor much. come.
the Solemn High Mass, procession Beach mainly for the Youth Miss -J Dorothy Major, reporter For our communion serviceour
and sermon at 10:30: a.m. Department before returning to Last Saturday our Sunday pastor preached from the The
at the North Dade Jr.-Sr., High school. School held Its picnic at Vir- subject "The Dying Lamb." ing a
School auditorium. The Sacred Deacon James Ross, a most ginia Beach It was largely at- On Monday night Aug. 12 our 4 until 0
Ministers are as follows: Cele- capable superintendent is very I tended. Special thanks to the revival meeting will begin with held at
brant, Father Elisha S. Clarke; elated over this treat for the superintendent, John Bullard, Rev. D, C. Connor of West Palm Williams,
sub-deacon, father Tillman ;iB.1 children. Our vote of thanks to assistant superintendent, Mrs Beach rendering service. Thoseof public is
Williams, vicar of St. Judes. him for such a fine Sunday Bertha Adderly and all the you who do not know Christ The
Masters of ceremonies, RudolphAsh School department. The transportation others who worked so hard in and has not accepted him as matrons
and Richard Barry; preacher to beach will be fur- making the day a pleasant one your personal savior are invited every
Father John T. Cooper, vicar nished by the church bus. at the beach. to come seek Him now while after
'of St. Kevin's. Immediately fol We are grateful to God for so Sunday our Junior choir will he yet may be found and thoseof ling
the Mass dinners will be many of our sick members being furnish music during worship. us who know him are invited matrons
serve at the home of Mr. and able to return to services. We Choir No. 2 will furnish music at. to come and get our souls Covington
Mrs. John Johnson, 15850 NW are still praying for those who night. revived by this we mean every- coness
Donation 125. one is invited to come and let
18th Place. are sick and In distress that Sunday, August 11, the committee The
Adults; children 50 cents. they may be able to be back of Women's Day will us worship God Together not public to
this
only during revival
with us real soon. We are so our light
Mr. a kick-off tea in behalf -
of sponsor
home
At 5 at the
p.m. visitors. meeting but each and every 25. 8
grateful for our many I
,and Mrs. Harry Nabble, 2501 of Women's Drive at the Sunday. Whitehead
NW 153rd St. the Patronal Fes- Just remember you are always home of Sister Myrl Gibson,
'tival Tea. Father Theodore J. welcome at Friendship. 3290 NW 48th Terr. at 4 p.m.

Jones, vicar of the Church of The public is invited.
the Incarnation. The public Is BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMiss I We are praying for a speedy Dr. Patterson
invited. recovery of Sister Florie Far-
Lorraine Husted, mem- rington. Church worship will "I
ber of the Miami Baha'i com- continue to begin at 7 p.m. each
Preacher At
The Church of God in Christ munity the, Baha'i will lead Center the discussionat 137 NW Sunday during the summer. Open

1809 NW 5th AvenueElder 11th Ave., 8 p.m. Sunday, Aug. The Rev. Dr. Joseph Patterson of this city he directed the spi-
J. C. Jackson, pastor 11. Her subject will be: "The NEW BETHEL BAPTIST will deliver the message ritual and religious life of south
Nathaniel Thomas, reporter Return of Christ." The public Sunday, Aug. 11 at the 9 a.m. Florida's Migrant Camps.
"Whatsoever you ask In my Is cordially invited to attend. 1571 NW C8th Terrace service at the Church of the Friends, former students and
name, I'' will do it, that the Phone Secretary, FR 1-5420 for Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor Open Door, Congregational.Dr. well wishers all anticipate with
I,Father Imay be glorified In the further Information. Deacon Fred William, reporter Patterson has served as great 'pleasure Dr. Patterson'
son.-John 14:13.: Last Sunday morning a n < pastor of Wantz United Churchof annual visit to Miami, when he
Our state workers meeting meeting. The leaders of these evening the Lord was really Christ, Winston-salemi N.C., visits with his Brother Dr. Wm.
,will convene In Fort Pierce be departments are Bishop E. D. glorified. The pastor delivered a over a e also A. Patterson Jr.. and his ,mother -
ginning August '13-18. We, the Johnson, state bishop; Mrs. Gus- most inspiring sermon and It serves as Prof of English at retired teacher, Mrs.' Pearl
members of the Churches of sie Gamble, state supervisor; was enjoyed by all. Bro. Dar- Winston-Salem State Teachers Osgood Patterson widow of the
God In Christ of Eastern Fla. Supt. E. B. Breacham, state ling delivered the evening message ollege. late Dr. Wm. A. Patterson Sr.
.welcome Supt.; Wm. Atkins, president of and it was also inspiring.The Dr. Patterson is native son of All are !invited and welcometo
you. and YPWW the YPWW; Elder W. H. Grace, No. II choir will render Florida, and a former Miamian. come out and hear Dr. Pat
.7he'Sunday School their heads recording secretary; Mrs. S. the music on this Sunday. 810. While working on the facultyat terson. Rev. H. C. McDowell,
; and
make Departments a great'contribution to the Strong, state chorus directress. Ferguson, organist Booker T. Washington High pastor; A. E. McNeal, reporter.






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Francis Friendship Charity
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12 SATURDAY, A ''I DEATHS MRS. EVELYN PATIENCE Social Club

McPHEE of 446 NW 10th St.,
'"" I Services The Friendship Charity and
J """' died Aug. 2. Saturday
2 p.m. at the Church of God of Social Club had its last social
CARDS ... Prophecy located on NW 5th affair at the home of Mr.4 :and
MISS THELMA AUGUSTA Ct. and 17th St. with Rev. C. I. Mrs. Henry Dunn July 18. It
Mackey officiating. Remainswill was a huge success with lots of
-
GLASS of 1300 NW 64th St.,
died Aug. 5 Miss Glass was a lie in the chapel 5 p.m. .Friday swimming and eating.We .
CARD OF THANKSThe IN native ot Miami and had lived until 9. p.m. and at the also celebrated Mrs. Hat-
I fl tie Johnson's with
Church of God of Prophecy on birthday
here for 30 She is
family of the late, In loving memory vived her years. Prince sur-A. 11th Terr, and 5th Ave. 9:30: lovely gifts. There were guests
JESSIE MAE SMITH loved daughter by parents, from Miami Beach also. The
p.m. Friday. Survivors are her
who departed this life July 21, I ter, and Maude Glass; three sisters, husband manager of Sunlight Beauty
George, a son, *
McGill Jeanie
Delores -
Margaret, Miler
wish to take this method to ex School Mrs. Marcerret 'Mrs.
.' iel, a daughter, Winifred ; ,
brother John A. a daughter
: ; a ,
sincere thanks and appreciation
press a sister, Luvenia Thomuson, Frances Nash and others.
McGruder. Servicesare
to the many friends Roslyn two brothers; Jeremiah Ferguson The members wish to thankall
for the many flowers, cards, ; incomplete.MRS. and Stafford Ferguson, four who made it a grand occa-
telegrams and all other kind of grandchildren sion.
gestures of sympathy shown ODELL DELL AND
during our hour of l/ereavement. SON DARNELL of 7754 NW I Members present were Mes-
Special thanks to the Range 15th Ave., died Aug., 5 of injuries dames Thomas, Hattie Jackson,
Funeral Home, neighbors of sustained when they were IV dell Cpx, Frankie Dunn, Rachel -
NW 50th S .atEnd struck by a car on NW 79th St. CbJeman, Herb Brown,
NW 50th St. and Rev. W. M. r Survivors are Mrs. Dell's pa- Robert Pricket, Levine. This
Davis of First Baptist Church 4 Mr. and Mrs Willie Shep- was our last event for'the sum-
and members. hard, a son, four sister, 0 r a
Willie Smith, husband Lee, Lillie Butler Barbara Mar Y SZtxt fP mer.Mrs.. Vedell Cox, president;
Jessie Gibson, father R quess and Earlie Mae, four Mrs. Rachel Coleman, vice; Mrs.
Ida Gibson, motherA brothersVlll1e C. Thomas, Ernest Frankie Dunn, reporter.
son, Clyde and and Edward. Rites will beheld
Family Saturday at St. Luke Baptist
4.tyri1ea Church at 4 p.m. i Garden C.JubOrganiz

9a d in HeightsA
IN MEMORIAM '
: ALICE HOOKS, of 242% NW
,
In loving memory of our beloved 12th St., died Tuesday, Aug. 6 recently organized club In
husband, son, father, i She had been a resident of Mi S 41D e Richmond Heights Is the Rich-
grandson and brother, g for 35 years. Mrs. Hooks is w mond Heights Garden Club.

___.____.__...M_.___..._......... survived by her sister Mrs. h5' S The purposes are to stimulate
', ," ?"'" J J I Ji,' hel ,Thompson. Services Saturday interest in gardens and related
ROSIE Aug. 10 at 2:30: p.m. at activities, to protect nature

S who departed this Bethel Church with the ; f ;. j .1MRCS. plants and birds, to encourage:
.
r Rev. S. A. Cousin officiating.MRS. .
5, 1901. public planting and roadside im
SInce been provement.The .
you ,
ANNIE ELIZA FACEYof
it Initial hed)
years, seems like meeting was
Your 1220 NE 88th St., died Aug. the home of Mr.: Mrs.
guiding love ""' -- at and
other things will She had lived here for one ARAMINTA PEDICANof James Crawford. Mrs. O. Jor-
hearts. Sadly missed Services held Thursday at 1455 NW 5th place died Aug. don, district director of the
Rosa Walker, a.m. In the chapel. 4 while visiting her daughter in Fla. Federation of Garden Clubs!
Husband, Camden, N.J. Services Satur- and Mrs. James one of her inspirIng -
And brothers MISS GEORGIANA SCOTT day at 1 pm. at St. Mary's Wesleyan garden club members
2335 West Bunche Park Methodist Church, Rev.H. ''greeted and encouraged us to
Opa-locka, died Aug. 7 V. Stuart officiating. She will start in the right direction. Suggestions -
CARD OF home.. She, came to Miami be on view in her home 7 p.m. were given and a num-
Swainsboro, Ga. more than Friday. Survivors include two ber of beautiful plants were
The family of years ago. She is survived by Identified and distributed among
MR. DEMP sons, Samuel J. and Arthur Z.;
who departed this parents, Andrew and John- two daughters, Edna Mae Ashley those present.
Scott, a sister Chescola,
and Jones
Beverly three
23, wish to express ; Officers elected were:
brothers Walter
Youdosay,
brothers, Raymond, Samuel and
ere thanks to Mrs. James Crawford president -
Mathis. Final, rites will be Whitfied ,
Higgs.
e, + friends and Monday at Mt. Hermon ; Arnis Bethel, vice; Mrs.
zR cards, flowers, \ Church in Opa-locka with Jerome Saunders, secretary;
ondolences during . Samuel Gay officiating. JOHN H. BROWN JR., of Mrs. Grady Chisholm, treasurer;

.. ... of bereavement. 10170 SW 149th St., Richmond Mrs. Clyde Young, librarian;
--- Special thanks to : Mrs. Herbert Ammons
Heights died Aug. 5. Remainswere report-
WILLIAM E. SAUNDERSwho ,)Albert, Rev. shipped to Tifton, Ga. Aug.
passed away suddenly Bethel AME Church Family'I; CARD OF THANKS, 8 for final rites and burial. Survivors er.The program committee
August 9, 1061. New Mt. Zion The family of the late, include his parents, Mr. chaired by Mrs. Charles GKiy,
Once he was a mourner here and Hialeah Temple JOSEPH WALLACE and Mrs. John Brown, a sister, met and presented plans for the
below, and poured out cries and Sod in Christ. (Better known as Joe ) Dorothy Jackson, a brother, year; these Included varied trips
tears, they rustle hard as we Mrs.Mrs. Jessie Hill, to take this method In Donnie J.DEBORAH. consultants, workshops and pro
do now with sins and doubts Cleo Hill, to express words of ap- jects.

and fears. May he rest in peace. children Eight children brother, to our many friends, S. McINTOSH, infant Already the group has vIsIt-
Mrs. Carrie Saunders, wife a through your thoughtful- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ed Redland Fruit and Spice
Mrs. Mary Saunders, mother helped to make our recent Thomas McIntosh of 240 NW Park and Mrs. Henry Campbell
Maria Saunders, daughter CARD more ttearable.: The: 2st St. died Aug. 1 Graveside from Mays High was invited to
Elinor and Warren OF telegrams, letters and services held Aug. 7. the last meeting. He brought an
Mitchell, stepchildren ; The family of the of condolences were all Interesting array of tropical
Mrs. Marion Forrester, Sis. r __ ,_ _.d. beautiful and made us to know Baby Girl DawkIns, 21763 SW fruit and explained their
Mrs. Carolyn Lewis, sister \ :: ; : there are those who care 122nd Ave. died Aug. 3. Grave- growth, etc. A lively questionand
Mrs. Verdell Wright, sister ', I in the darkest hours. side service Aug..8. answer period followed.
Mrs. Marlon Saunders, : : Special thanks to Rev. Cou Other members are Mrs.
grandmother r Greater Bethel and Range James Bailey, Mrs. James Henry

" Six uncles and two aunts '. Home. Manker . and Mrs. Lawrence Sweeting.
The Family
JESSIE BELLE JOHNSONof
: IN MEMORIAMIn I 22170 SW 115th Ave. died
; CARD OF THANKS. Aug. 2. Services held Thursdayin j Albert . .
sad but loving ;:of
memory the chapel. She is survivedby MRSc BEATRICE SCOTT
our beloved husband and The family of the late ,
a daughter, Madie Johnson
brother 21731 SW 120th Ave., died Aug.
I
,
ALARIC L. WALLACE Naponeafand
d three brothers, John, 1 in Kendall Hosp. She is sur-
1431 NW 43rd St., who de- Jack Everett; three sisters, vived
by a daughter Ruthie M.
,
; : this life July 27, wish to Carrie Porter, Ruby Mix and a brother, an aunt and three

their for many their friends kind con-and Isabelle Swain. vices grandchildren. Graveside ser-
at Paradise Memorial
rB during their hours ,of HOMER LEE MOORE of 1860 Gardens were held Aug. 5.
Special thanks to NW 73rd St., died Aug. 3. Ser-
Charles F. Cooper of vice Saturday, 2 p.m. at New VALERIE. D. BRANTLEY
Peters' African Orthodox Mt. Moriah Baptist Church. He ,daughter of Mr.. and Mrs Robert ,
the lodges and Frances Is survived by his parents, Orient BrantleV, 1533 NW 1st PI.,
Home kindness '
its
for
and James Moore, four died Aug. 2.: Services conducted -
service. Thanks to the many brothers Willie James Cornel--
Aug. 6,;Rev. H, E. Greene,
for their cards, floral ius and Arthur, two sisters, officiated.STEVE. 1;!.
telegrams and for the Minnie Lou Williams and Ruth-. ?

of their cars. Ie Mae Bass. McNEAL JR.. 2MQ
JAMES WALDEN that_ happy Easter morning
NW Gist St. was the vic nir
would like to the graves their dead restore
thanks to the many sister, child and mother DORA CLARE ALLEN His an automobile accident Aug. 3.
survivors
who assisted In once more. STUBBS of 909 NW 2nd Ct. include his wife,
and acts of Rebecca Wallace, wife died July 1. Services held Wed and a son, a daughter, two sisters
the hour of their Leroy and Norris, sons nesday at Mt. Olivette Baptist three brothers. Chapel services -
Special thanks to Richard, Norris and Church. She is survived by a will be Saturday at 2 p.m.. He
Funeral Home. Cedric, brothers daughter, Mary Dennis. day on view 5 p.m. Satur

James Walden Jr., Elizabeth Dean, Phoebe
Rosa Mae Wilson, Moxey and Marian Wallace, CHARLES ORR of 3004 Cleve- MRS. ADDIE'
land St. died CLARK, form-
sisters Aug. 7. Arrangements
Vanilla
Bowman ,
,
are incomplete. He is erly of 1130 NW 5th Ave., but
Mrs. Mary Hicks, survived by his son, Robert. more recently of the Lincoln

AMOS TURNER CARD OF THANKSThe Memorial Nursing Home, died
who departed this life August 8, CARD OF LIZZIE COLLINS of 1141 Aug. 3. Graveside services held
1962. family of the late NW 3rd Ave., died July 19. The Thursday.
Only one year since you left MARY JANE HAYWOOD remains were shipped to States-
us and went away. Gone but The Jackson and to thank the many friends boro, Ga. for final rites. She is BOOKER T. HOUSTON' 1829
we never will forget you, we families take this neighbors for their extend survived by two daughters, NW 2nd Ct., died Aug 3 and
loved you dearly but God loved thank the many friends sympathy in their hours of Elizabeth Brack, and Plccola for was sent to Daisy, Ga. Aug. 7
you best, your kind lovely words associations, Special thanks to Edwards, a daughter, Annie his final rites. Survivors are.
will always linger in our hearts. churches for their A. M. Grlffen, Shiloh Bap Louise Collins, a brother, and widow four children, mother-
Fannie Turner, wife deeds shown to them Church, Rev. J. 'B. Black- Charles Edwards, Jr. father of Daisy, six sisters,
Joe, James, Jack and their hours of choir No. 7, St. James several aunts and uncles.
A.: D. Turner, brothers special thanks to \ Church, Rev. J: J. Wil SAM
Noah Blassingame, Ball, Revs. S. A. Metropolitan AME many friends who sent cards, Ave. died COX of 1736 NW 5th
brother-in-law ,Gay and to the Francis and House of Albert floral pieces, telegrams andcar ducted, in the Aug. 2. Services con
Mary. Blassingame, Home. Home for their kind- donations. 4 chapel Thursday,
sister-in-law' Homer Thompson and service. Thanks to the The Family officiating.r p.m. with. Rev. F. L. Smith,





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FOR SALE THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. . .

'MA TEttMS Florida room, I SATURDAY AUGUST 10, 1963 PAGE:13 !

nloUsle windows, awnings, ap-
;liaHcieg solfle furniture. Vary
Eight Hours of Free
wetty frtsidd artd out. Extra
large lot. $300 down and $73 CONTINUOUS SERVICE:
month. See at 1D35 NW 47th Bus Rides Monday
SINCE 1048
Terr. Life Realty, 4932 NW 7th 'I
Ave PL 0-4371. Greater Miami shoppers receive PL 1-3604 -.. '
:
FREE: bus rides Monday +.'
2 LOTS. 75 x 132 each. Between8th during the Downtown Miami +
and 10th Ave. NW on 105th Sale-A-Thon through the Joint /' axe
St. Total $10,000. Phone MO efforts of the Metro Transit (
- 6-4315. A17 Authority and the Downtown
i Miami Magic City Center. Free
FOR RENT FOR RENT bus ride hours are also available
1057 CADILLAC, 7 passenger for evening shoppers.

FltttNtsHED pr unfurnished ROOM in private home. Call limousine.radio, new Factory w.w. Will air-heater take, Between the hours of 0:30:
apt lit Ofra-Jqeka at-ea. 1-bed- after 8 p\ffl. evening. PL 1-6362 small car In trade. Can a.m. to 3:30: p.m., and from 0.30;
rodm unfdrhls eti. $15 week, 2. finance. $1,200. Frenchle arrange ValUer p.m. to 8:30: p.m. MTA drivers Wo plan, guide and advise'
bedrdorh Unfurnished. $18, 1. 1-BEDROOM APT Quiet couple Du Barry Hotel will Issue MTA Bus Ride Cou-
room 307 7320
bedrbdm furnished $21.- 2-bed- 1220 NW 68th St. PL 1-4292. Ocean Terr, Miami Bch. UN pons to passengers Inboundto Finest Quality Building
rooms furnished 25.Call Mlc One *S-bedrooni house, $18.50 6-8701. Downtown Miami. The Bus
kins Rental Agency. NE 4O500 Opa-locka. I Ride Coupons entitle riders to o HOMES
Indf redeem 20 cents cash bus fare
INCOME
ONE edroom 12 small efficiencies SPECIAL Investment, from any ,member of the Magic e.. ADDITIONS I
Apt. $14. $9,000 income -
l-BEDROOM furnished apt. Al. Bedroom Apt. $12. All furnished and tile City Center indicated on. the ALTERATIONS
utilities, downtown area. $18 efficiency Call NA 1-7190. baths, next to desegregatedschool reverse of the coupon.
$13. Call Mickins Rental - 244 NW 3rd St. FR 4-0005 The Busf.RJde Coupons will BANK". FINANCING
Agency. NE 4-0500. Indf be t> valid for who E!'
FURNISHED APT. and small Cost $15,000 assessed $55,000. any passenger
efficiency for 18G8 pays the appropriate cash fare
one. NW 55th C l
atJar7
FURNISHED OR unfurnishedtwo Terr. 635-9089.: MARKET. Near theatre. Beer ((100 student card, 100 exchangefare
or three bedroom house inHpalOcka and wine. 6700 NW 15th Ave. 200 base fare) and for passengers -
>utwhe! Park area LOVELY efficiency apartment. OX 1-9525 or NA 19170. on routes 2, 27, :31" 0, mmVI1(!)(] 9raGt'I1I'
hiee", ttuifct family. Nicely furnished for 1 or 2 El, when they transfer to an Inbound .
Fen d W yardana quiet adults, $15 Week Beautiful Miami Bus. I Building Contractors
neigh brhood. For further information ONLY $250 down. Total {)
large house. $22. NE 5-5560. $ ,500 During five previous Sale-A- Licensed Insured
call NA 16654.AuglO arid $75 month pays all. See Thon events, the MTA has distributed
1370 NW 41st St. Bargain.. A. moro than 78.OOO Bus 888 N.E. 79th Street
FOR RENT OR LEASE Ben-Kori, Realtor! 714 NW 62ndSt. Ride Coupons. More than 30-
2-BEDROOM HOUSE. Hot wa Nites PL 9-5533.. Days PL 000 shopper-riders are expected
ter, big' yard $20 a week. Also For long or short terms, 10 13131. during Monday's event with an
4 room house. $12.50 a week. rooms with 20x40 hallway in extension of coupon hours. Support NAACP
Call Saturday, 2260 NW 62nd the center. Suitable for lawyers SEE 671 NW 50th St. Be your ..
St. Phone 688-4825. AulO or doctors with a drive in door. own landlord. Two lovely CBS ---- -
NEW 4 BEDROOM 2 bath in homes. Best location. Live almost -
EFFICIENCIES and 1-bedroom West Hollywood. Small down rent free. $500 down. New Home for Florida: Living

apts. Unfurnished, air condition, payment, bank financing Call Terms. 3 largo spacious! bedroom<< 2 bath, garage,' electric kitchen,
NE 4-0500. Indf.
clean and quiet. Adults only '
open :3-5 p.m. Owners nt:
Not the cheapest but the best 3-BEDROOMS, 3 baths, all cus '
1231 NW 77th Terr PL 8-0565 tom built with huge rooms and 1388 N.W. 55th St. With extra corner lot.
FOR SALELOT. lot of extras. Garage and Fla. 1152 N.W. 58th Terr_with extra lot.

room. Sits on one-half acre cor :IOU N.W. 40th HI. 3.1)('<<1 room, 2 bath, Fla. room i
FURNISHED weekly rooms, Lots of NE
4-4117.
ner.
Brownsvlle area. Price space. MOO N.W. 8th Ave bedroom lot 00x105
$8.50 single $10 double Mae'sGuest $3,000 down. << comer
House 2170 WashingtonAve. 3500. For information call PL Built to suit. No money. Wo finance

... Ooa-locka. Auffl 43957. A10 Cash paid for IotA and homes
,. WANTED
.- BARGAIN for couples widowor Store for solo or rent-1323 N.W. 5ith St.
FURNISHED APT. Two room BEAUTY OPERATOR. Boyd
efficiency. Quiet neighborhood. bachelor. Go see 1783 NW Beauty Salon, 1230 NW 3rd Needl money? See Baron JE 1-8340
Reasonable price. Call NE 42nd St. A nice CBS duplex, 1 Ave. FR 4-070-1.
bedroom each side. You only
4-3259. nay $23 month with rental. $400 LICENSED BEAUTY Opera- -

HOUSE. CBS 3-bedroom, two I down. Total $9,500. Call A. Ben- tors. Apply at 4310 NW 7th Ave.

FR baths 15779.NICE:, 1758. NW 6th court. Call Days Kori, PL Realtor.4-3431.Nites PL 9-5533. Phone 757-9458. I ,Finest Selections in Miami

LICENSED REAL ESTATE
ROOM in private home. NO QUALIFYING Nice little SALESMEN. Large scale promo. Lovely homes Open '.
house. Appliances air conditioner -
Nice area. Like your own home. tion. Draw and I/onus from first
634-6310. some furniture. Price is only day, unlimited possibilities, pay
Close to everything. 4i( .OOO. $250 down and $60 Mo. every week, for appointment New Low Down PaymentsEZ
Life Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave. call G91-5011. TERMS
BEAUTIFULLY furnished room 0-4371. and LESS THAN RENT
PL Open evenings
private entrance, private bath.
Very large closet, wall to wall Sundays . NEW AREA SPECIALS!
TRASH HAULING ., :,.
carpet, 1859 NW 69th St.
FULLY FURNISHED. Florida Also van for moving. Free
FURNISHED APT. with yard. -oom, garage, large lot on love- estimate. For information call s
Reasonable. Call OX 1-2426. tv street in Manor Park. $400 949-0413. indf 1040 NW 39th Street
town, $76 month and owner .
- ' '
g. l-- *- *- *- *-*- -- -Ti-
; nays closing costs: Life Lovely CBS 3 bedroom, Fla. room, hardwood floors,
BEAUTY SHOP. Equipmentand 1932 NW 7th Ave. PL
THINK!
nealtY'I' and
vacant store. Call 691-4725. carporte. $400 down, .$82 per month. $12,000
FHA TERMS 3- THINK! total price.
$18. Three bedroom unfurnished CBS furnished. Price is only
house, stove and refrigerator. 'W.SOO.' $100' down and $M month. H ;$j. 1058 NW 39th Street
Free gas and water. 6043 .ife Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave. IVIGSLSTARKEYS : .
NW 24th Ave. PL 9-4371 Open Sundays and ... Lovely: CBS 3bedroom, Fla. room, hardwood floors,

-_ venirtgs. and carporte. $400 downs .$86 per month. $12,500
$18, three bedroom unfurnishedhouse. **< total prices *
3380 NW 52nd St. HI \O QUALIFYING Home and

6-1266. move'ncome.right Only In. $300 Front down house and isbedroom BEAUTY AND., t' 1352 NW' 41st Street .

2-BEDROOM APT. New build. '.- CBS with large lot. 2 bedrooms Fla. hardWood
Lovely
corner
; room
Ing. reference, deposit. OX screened front porch. Rear WIG SALON ; ,
1-0789. house Is 1-bedroom frame. See floors and garage. $400 down, $76 per month, $9,500.
*t 1708 NW 42nd St. and call total price.
4932 NW 7th Ave.
fffe Realty,
:FOUR APTS., two upstairs and 9-4371. HI 8-938
:two downstairs. Recently painted. L. 4231 NW 11th PlaceNo

three. Family children with preferred.not..tnore Fenced than- FHA TERMS Pretty 2-bed- 3605 Grand Ave. qualifying on this lovely 3-bedroom, hardwood

yard. No drunk/3. $12 per room CBS in Manor Park. Large floors, screened front porch and carport on lovely
week. Owner pays water .bill..; vard, carporte, fresh paint In- corner lot. $500 down, $10,000 total price.
Call at 1531 NW 1st Ct. side'and out. $63 month pays
Want to Sell it?
-11. See at 1528 NW 43rd: St. and
1-BEDROOM DUPLEX furnish all Life Realty, 4932 NW 7th 1140 NW 38th Street

ed. Adults only, air conditioned. Ave.evenings.PL 9-4371. Open Sundaysnd Advertise itJ I Ii Gorgeous 2 bedroom! Fla. room and garage, on beau
$25 week. Dixie Rental, Phone tiful lot. down $81 month.
landscaped $300 $10,000
,
. -
Park.
G3J-2429. Best In.Manor i V' .T. .T.r .T- n"'* "*-1"*-"*- - - -
( total price. i
2-BEDROOM DUPLEX. $18 wk.] | The Sixth Annual Patronal Festival

Close to schools. Dixie Rental. DUPLEXES LIVE RENT .FREE ', ,4
)phone ServiceOF
633-2429. 3711.13 NW 14th Ave. 1

'1, 2 and 3 BEDROOM houses. TIlE
:$15 to $20 week. Phone Dixie This CBS beauty has 2 bedrooms, 1 bath each sde.(
:Rental Agency, 633-2499. Church of the TransfigurationEPISCOPAL FHA, low down payment:

( )

ROOM in private home in the WILL BE HELD 3710.12 NW 14th Ave. ,

68th heart St.of Liberty City. 1545 NW SUNDAY, AUGUST 11, 1963 10:30 a.m. 2-bedrooms, 1 bath each side, FHA terms, low down

payment. .
AT THE
ONE 1-ttedroom apt. Unfurnished.
City water. 3370 NW 51st North Dade Jr.-Sr. High Auditorium, Opai-lodca Inc.The
Terr. Contact Mr. Gilbert, 3371 News. Realty .
NW 51st St. NE 44321.WANTED Immediately following dinners will be erred at the homeof

Mr. and Mr,. John IT. Johnson ( Broker that works for you)

Donation $1.25 adult Children 50 cents 4600 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 4-0655

ALONZO LEVEL, formerly The Patronal Festival will be held at :5 p.m. at the home of
employed by L. A. Davis Stock (Open Sunday)
Farm. Please call me collect: Mr. and Mr*' Harry Nabble w

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. .*. . ; , _Summer Theatre to Present 2 Plays I

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1963 r
The Summer Theatre at ing Princesses" and "Little Red
-- .- Bunche Park, under the spon- Riding Hood" to the forefront.All .
sorship of the Dade County groups were assigned playsat
IN AND AROUND THE BAHAMAS Q fI1 Park and Recreation Depart- the beginning of the summer,

ment, will present two plays but due to vacations, short trips
a August 15, 8:00: p.m. in the cafe and various other reasons allwere

Funeral services for Rev. R. bor Island at 11 Thursday tonum of Bunche Park Ele- not able to rehearse well

A. Grant were held Sunday I night, with 11 passengers and mentary School. enough to present performance*

afternoon, July 28, with a large three crew-men. It hit the rock
Bunch Park
William H director The at
,
number of friends in attendance.Rev. about two and a half hours Washington'! group
of the s Theatre was particularly lucky for
Grant, who was pastor of later. A distress call was sent
Clubs at Bunche Park, Poinciana whenever a dropout occurred
Mt. Pleasant Baptist Churchfor out and rescue boats were
it Park, and James E. Scott has someone would fill in.
died 25 rushed to the scene. '
many years, July h .
made it known that the
after a period of illness. Wilton Demerittte, a passen- , Bunche Park has groupat The cast at Bunche appearing -
.
courage-
''ger, saved a $537 payroll of "Little Red Riding Hood' is
the first ously and valiantly pushed
'
He !
was :
among Contractor Wendell Culmer, by I as follows: Yvonne Sparks
Bahamian min- themselves to bring the "Dane-
group of young quickly taking the money out Theressa Barton, Dwight Duncan -
I isters who attended the Na-, Samuel Wilson Vincent
of his suitcase and putting it ,
tional Baptist Theological Seminary in the clothes he was wearing I Bradley, Synovia Henry, :Elytt
Nashville, Tenn., duringthe Demeritte was said to have lost men of St. Agnes Episcopal Morris, Rerte Miller HaywoodBain

late thirties. most of his personal belongIngs. Church. Von Williams, Van Brad

"'. --. ", .._.__._""--,-,_I I Erica was one of the season'sdebutantes ley Clarence Bain.
'sponsored 'by Delta
Armed with rifles, 30 police Tau Eta Phi beautician sororIty Edica Valencia Williams I I Sigma Theta. She was recipientof On the same program appear
captured William Culmer and gave its first annual mad- wishes to thank her many several awards of honor and ing In the "Dancing Princesses"
James Pratt, escaped prisoners, hatters ball July 26 in the Col- friends and relatives for the achievement, among which will: be Gall Watson, Denice
at Athol Island on July 17. ony Room of the Nassau Beach lovely gifts and congratulatory i were the Silver Knight certifi- Grisbon, Synovia Henry, Gall
The two were doing long prison Lodge, with more than 100 messages received upon her' cate of Honor in the field of Watson, Rose Mary Dorsett,

terms for the September, guests In attendance. Mrs. Patricia recent graduation from Booker Social Science, sponsored by Sandra Lyes, Tzaradell Williams -
1962 robbery of the Rock Nichols won first prize; T. Washington High School. the Miami Herald, the Links of Elysa Morris and Lorene
Sound branch of Barclays Bank
Greater Miami, Inc. Certificateof
Mrs. Patricia second Evans.
and escaped 11 days before.A Carey, While In high school, Erica Achievement in scholarship
and Mrs. Shirley Adderley, ,
was an active member of many
the Mathematical National Association The adult theatre will
third. Mrs. Eloise Francis Ed- goer
fisherman saw the prisoners wards is president of the assoc 'school organizations and church as well organi-as Achievement Pin and find that the fanciful and imag
c community the Delta inative world of the
and tipped-off the police. iation. zations. She was vice presidentand Sigma Theta Sorority youngsterscan
When taken, the convicts hada later president of the Stu Scholarship. be stimulatingly delightfulfor
fresh loaf of bread, some boiled 'dent Council, a member of the I She lives with her parents, a summer night of enter-
fish, and a "fair" amount of Hudson Williamson died at Senior Honor Society, Girl Mr. and Mrs. Chester Williams tainment come August 15. The
money. A number of empty tin Princess Margaret Hospital on I Counselors Y-Teens president at 1416 NW 6th Court, Miami. director, Mr. Washington,. and
,
the night of July 22, three hours the children would like thankall
cans were also found. How they I of Amlcettes and a member of Her present plans are to enter to
reached the Island and who supplied after he was knocked from his the Episcopal Young Church- Fisk University at Nashville parents for their encouragement
them with food and civi bicycle on Market St. He was Tenn. in the Pall. and support.Advertise .
lian clothes are mysteries which the second traffic fatality In She can boast of not having
the law is trying,to solve. two days and the tenth In Nassau Andros missed a day nor was tardy
this year. year-old carpenter of from school l during her entire
Ave., was fatally Injured on 12 years of school. I It Pays!

Charles C. Smith Jr., son of July 18 when he was knocked
the late Rev. Charles C. Smith Hastings Roberts of Martin from his bicycle by a car driven
and Mrs. Maudlene Smith of Lane, a deaf mute was chargedn by Luke Alexander. The acci-

Dumfries, Cat Island was ordained > July 22 with the murder of ,dent occurred on Wulff Road, STAR MEAT MARKET
at ZIon Church on July Granville Roberts also of Mar- between East St. and Qulntlne
20. tin Lane between July 14 and Alley.
July 7. Hastings was remandedto
McClain t Is survived ., his
He attended school at Arthur's Sandllands Hospital. .y 1520 N.W. '
Town wife, Leona, six children and 62nd StreetTHE
Cat Island
where
he received other relatives.
a Junior Certificate I
went
;
to the Technical School, Oakes Wilfred Stubbs, 78, died Aug .__:,.oo e'
Field, Nassau, 1956-57, and was i at his home on Market St., Vernal Smith, 33, was convicted
then employed with the south Mr. Stubbs was a nativeof ,
Bahamas the
y In Supreme Court on
Supply Dumfries, Cat Island. More MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
Alrconditionlng July 21 on a charge of breaking
until 1959 when he went to than 30 years ago he moved tc find entering and was sentenced -

Jamaica and entered Calabar Nassau with his family. He to one year In jail. His wife, R
kept a stall in the
Public
Theological College In Mar-
Kings- Viola, 29, was convicted with
ton. ket for' many years. His sur- :
him. She bound for
was over '
vivors Meat-Low' Prices'
. are two sons, three Fresh
,1 one The Smiths have nine
year.
At Calabar he received the daughters a brother, a numtter children
ranging In from
London Diploma in Theology. of grandchildren and other rela six months to ten age
He lives. years
returned to the Bahamas in ._.
July and will be assistant pas- His last sister, Mrs. M King: ---- -
tor at Zion. died three weeks ago. '
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Wi Alfred McClain a 42She Fo--The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
The Rev.
Charles Coakley, son
of 'Mr. Granvllle Coakley and r e. ...
the late Mrs. Coakley of
Rupert h 30
a H!
Lane, has been appointed assis years experience tAl ,
tant chancellor of the Catholic Bo a success In BONDED tQ
Diocese of Nassau and
,. First life. Have a
assistant pastor of St.
Francis
happy home
get
Xavier's Cathedral. The Most the position
,
.
Rev. Paul

'',:: 1 OSB, Bishop Leonard of Nassau Hagarty, made you out of want the, rut get ; a RENTAL
Li the appointment. Fr.
, Coakley by the help of
completed a
course last month
{ at St. Louis God. Let my r
University in MIs-

", 1 Mcfl'. where degree he received the ence years help of experi yon AGENCY' INC.
' (sociology) He In business and
was ordained a priest in 1957, In work, In ,
and served
as assistant -
J and then love.
pastor of Our d ,
Lady's Church in Your psychic and friends for 30
Nassau before leaving last year years. Closed all day Wed. and I y
r to Sister further his studies. will be at the big home 5417 The largest 'collection and rental
Bernard
one of his !S.W. 17th St., Hollywood, Fla.

Joseph sisters,Parochial,Is principal School. of St. Healing night.meeting every Wednesday agency in the South; operating in


CALL IN PERSON k Dade and Broward Counties'
I The "Isles of June", a 70-ft. A1 :

freighter, struck Booby Rock, Madam Hunter _
about,,l6 miles
northeast
of
Nassau
Lu fc; BROOKS Negro Housing areas.
Thursday night, July 26 1657 NW 73rd St.
and sank early the next morn- Miami, Fla. Pr"ldentMANAGING,
ing. There was no
casuallty
', the loss of furniture and build.t but. Sunday 10:30 to 2 p.m. Office
I Ing materials was estimated at hours dally 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
Licensed by state and
more than county
I $2,500.
Reading. dally. .-."
The boat left ,Nassau for HarI P'i 10,000 HOU SING UNITS


Bonded also has employment service at main office


i Jackson's Toddle Inn I . 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue


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VETERAN'S This column is prepared And CalantheLODGE
weekly at the VA Office, 084 w.CORNER .
Flngler St, Miami, for Information MEETINGSRose
of Veterans in this I area. I of Sharon No. 22, Aug.
'
''tJIJr.JrJr.Jl'>T 1..Jt "'I.JI.JILjI".JI..lLJ.I... :.1.ll..n..11'.lT.JLjJ.1T..IY.1T.Y..lY.JI.u.lT.D'...Y..1Y.1Y.Y.1Y.'Y.Y_.11'T1T.1 10; Artis Parks Court No. 69;
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I CUTTING IT CLOSE: ] |vets is July 25, 1907.I Aug. 14; Gleam of Hope No. 18,
Overheard in government (we Aug. 10; Orange Blossom No.
didn't say Federal): "Where have I I 10, Aug. 17.
been?" "Having my hair cut."II QUIZ CORNER I There was an Initiation held
"On the government's time?"I Q. I am going to be traveling Aug. 4 at the hall in Coconut
"Well, it grew on the government's Grove. George Thorns was made
around for
several months. Can
we also had
time. a Knight a
"Not all of It. verynice
"Well, I didn't have it all cut I 11 bank have my VA check sent to my meeting Saturday in Brown
off ? Sub where two of the old members -
A. Yes, if you follow two reinstated.
steps. One, get forms from VA Yours in FCD, Sir Don A.
GI LOAN DEADLINE office, for use in appointing Belle.
% The terminal date for loan bank as your power of attorney. ..
$ guaranty benefits for World Two, notify VA of your new address I
War 2 veterans is computed by I for check-mailing purposes
I L the use of a special formula. It Advertise It Pays!
provides that each veteran has
.._ .. ,. .. . ....... 10 years of 'basic
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The Phyllis Wheatley Parent.Teacher of the Book Awards to Linda date from of his discharge or release
Association, under the Rivers, a fourth grade pupils duty last period of active FRANK'S T. V.
any part of which
occur-
leadership of Stanley Newbold, and one of the high point winners red during wartime, plus
has cooperated beyond the call of the sixth week. year of one
of duty with our Summer Reading eligibility for each three
Program. To these ends, a Truly our Summer Reading months duty of, but active wartime military All We Good
Offer is
PTA Book Award Fund, was Program was a total success.! maximum terminal not to exceed the ,
set up to purchase books as un Mrs. Hazel W. Troy Is principal. last date. The
or terminal
incentive to the pupils. date for WWII Service and Fair' Prices,

The weekly presentation of MIAMI'S MOST UNIQUE!
books to the high point pupilsof TEMPLE BAPTISTRev.
the week was one of the Nite or day If it's Just a 758-6747
.
highlights of the program. Books friendly drink you want-make L. A. Thompson, pastor
were presented to the boy and the Satellite scene. This atmos- The No. one choir will celebrate -
girl from each grade who earned pheric house offers,, the perfect its 33rd anniversary Sun
the highest number of points surroundings for a little taste. day, 3:30: pm. with a spicy pro ; .:y
each week. Hospitality and entertainmentthat gram. Several of the choirs of
"out of this world." the city will participate. The Phone 691.9935 Hoskins, ManagerHoskin's
Shown is Stanley Newbold, Satellite Lounge' public is invited.
PTA president>> presenting one 6222 N.W. 7th Ave. The youth choir elected the

following officers Monday even, HouseROOMS
Painless! Office Treatment, of ing: Leonard Duncan son, presl
dent; Randy Gaitor vice ,
i
'I presl
RUPTURE tT PILES dent; Priscilla Duncanson, financial OVERNIGHT AND WEEKLY
.
secretary; Betty Chand
Rectal Diseases.', Vnrlcose Vein, Prostate ,ler, corresponding secretary; Maid Service 24 Hours
-No lost tlm r-Discard' Truss Maddie Harris, treasurer; Mose
Upon Correction' of Rupture ReducingDR. sergeant-at-arms.Harris, chaplain; Eugene Miss Edwina White, 2363 N.W. 68th Street MiamiJACK'S

., LONG'S f'J JNIC m Lord, who was president and
1535 8.W. 1st St.-FR 3-2748. A general' health iserTloe vice president last year, leaves ....-f
for college next month.

This group will present an
impromptu drama Monday, 8
FREE PARKING PHONE LU 1-1335 p.m.The women will meet Wed- MEN'S;' WEAR

nesday, Aug. 14 at 8 to
HotelAir p.m. organize
Rashelle
for Women's Day. 944 NW 2nd Avenue
Sunday, Aug. 18, will be
conditioned Heated Private Baths "Transfiguration Day" at Exclusive Men's Wear, from the top of your head to
Temple. Special offerings will the of toes including
ROOMS DAY WEEK MONTH We. made to aid the Rev. C. H. tip your
MR. AND MRS. PRANK C. SMITH JR., PROPS. Thompson and congregation of Hats Shoes Shirts Suits,- Trousers Caps of
Nassau, in the completion of and
Styles quality at popular pricesBE
852 W. 27th Ave. Ft. Lauderdale their building. Their many
friends are asked to contributeto SURE TO COME AND SEE USPRINGE'S
this worthy cause. Acknowl-'
edegement will be made.



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8 POINT SYSTEM
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OPEN 7 A.M. TO 3 'P.M. MON. THRU BAT.
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'. '. brate our anniversary starting July 15 thru Aug. 15.
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YOUR FKIKNIILY COMPANY" years. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Prince and ajl the employees

MODERN AND ATTRACTIVE POLICIES FROM
.
$1,000.00 UP TO $50,000.00, think that. those who walk in and- out our I doors are the

Whole, Life Endowment Educational sweetest and dearest people on earth-our: customers.

Mortgage Redemption Free lemonade or tea will be given with each dinner
Retirement Combination Hospital

And Home throughout this month. Also free orange juice with

ALSO
each full breakfast.For .
Family Group Plan

Father_ ,Mother and all Children Under 21 Years of the past two weeks many people have patronized,
Age Insured Under,,One Policy

New'Borns Automatically Insured After 15 Days us and we are deeply grateful.

REPRESENTATIVES AND BRANCH OFFICES WATCH FOR DATE OF BIG BIRTHDAY: SALEt
STATEWIDE IN FLORIDA AND ALABAMACall

for representative. in your city for additional
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. JI
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PAGE 16 SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1963 R
WAItEIIOUSEGrand

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Central
:\. ;
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Freight Furniture
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Sales V 4*y, 4 + c J


CLKAHANCK HOUSE FOR

AMERICA'S FURNITURE FINEST Li

'i 45 FRENCH 15 Italian 10

Duncan Phjfe dining rooms,I Life. at camp can be one of Lake Grassy. Meaningful religious -
exquisite matching bedrooms, the most thrilling experiences experiences, evening programs -
..f\\ new values to $1,000, sacrifice I In the life of a boy who at- around the campfire,
$285, if perfect $385, unusual tends. The thrills are the gicat movies! and talent night, will ben
i suites to $585 gorgeous odd opt as youngsters I participate in part of the many activities offered.
I
nnd end suites complete $125. J boating, canoeing, fishing, s\\Int .
$1,295 FRENCH and Italian I ming, archery, riflery, arts, creI All parents who are interested -
sectionals, exquisite sofas, gorgeous -I jutlvo crafts, camp crafts, hiking, In their boy attending the
chairs, recliners occasional campfire, track and field, nature YMCA Camp at Lake Placid
pieces, marble tables, curIo lore, softball, cookouts and may register them now: at the
a ( cabinets, odd,chinas, dressers, Ilprseshocs.I Carver Branch YMCA 5770
desks, breakfronts, chests, will I NW 15th Ave. Phone OX 0-0231.
44 be sacrificed today, wo deliver.I 'Water activities will be held I The date for residence camp In
COMPLETE selections of Early in the white sand bottom of i August 25 through August 31.
Lawrence D. Kennedy, better .ewls Sterling, general manager American sectionals, sofas, .- -----------
known as "LI. D. has been of Dumas Milner lookson chairs, recliners, rockers, occasional
given the position of new car as Kennedy presents the pieces, $C05. Gorgeous
salesman at D ulna. s MUncr\ 'keys for a new Chevrolet to bedrooms nnd dining rooms. !
Homes
Chevrolet. Kennedy Is the first Rev Ira McCall of Radio Station American and rock maple, sacrifice Homes! Homes
Negro appointed to this posi- W11I1one: of Kennedy'sfirst $165, if perfect $265. Odd
tion at the company. customers. dressers chests, desks, chinae
cheaper for cash, credit if you SUMMER is HERE PRICES ARE DOWN
wish.
P;:" .... ... .. Mr and Mrs. Leonard Ashe 75 EXQUISITE ultra modern NO QUALIFYINGNO
have returned: from a visit by sectionals sofas,. 25 Castro CLOSING COSTS!
BROWSIN'By boat to Nassau. They report an typo convertibles to $695, sacrifice -
enjoyable visit and are con- $185 each. If perfect $235,, NO BALLOON MORTGAGES!
PAUL HENRY templating another such visit. other exquisite styles to $495,. MOVE RIGHT IN !
.. .. .....'OOc'CII''l cll: ::ac:. or.. odd and end styles $65.
Your Browser wants to see Mrs. Alease Tynes who has $895 :MASTER bedrooms, lovely' SEE SAT. AND SUN.
Negroes employed wherever has returned
home.Times and new Danish styles,
and there
there is an opening
shall could be openings sacrifice $18,1: each, if perfescl t hardwood floors, EZ terms.
made in or most big 'businesses. $285, fine quality odd and end 2-41 IS NW 11th Place. 3 big bedrooms, porch,

However there are some small his ................... suites $125 complete. Odd dressers carport' hardwood floors. $500 down
businesses that can ill afford cheaper, chests for cash, chinas, desks,' 3-4232 I4W llth Place Corner beauty, air conditioning
more help and are operated by 19-SAFETY-3 '
huge master bedroom. $500( d wb.
, ,
the and perhaps his wifeor
owner son. In such cases Your ?,...... in Florida PUBLIC SALE. ENTRANCE Mansion.! Largest In area. 5 bedrooms, magnificent

Browser does not think that 1636 N.W. 7th Ave. construction, extra l lot if desired.' See 1253

business should be picketed.We NW 43rd St.FHA.

learn of a case of this ads don't cost Open Sat., Sun., Mon and NO CLOSING COSTS
kind in neighborhood store
where it .a was said the business Tues. 'til 6:30: P.M. 5-1970 NW 47th Terr. CBS $400 down, $9,800, 15

might have to close down. They pay! .. .Jl.44..II-iLIX : year mortgage. $82 month.

Then too, a woman, whoseson 6-1815 NW 47th St. 3-bedroom, $400 down, $9,900

was employed, remarked:: 15 year mortgage, $83 month.

"What will we do now? Those JACK DUFFY'S BEER BARRELThe NEW
people were so nice to us. They
let us have credit until pay 7-1360 NW 75th St. bedrooms$, 2 baths.

day." friendly place to enjoy your favorite beer and 13,500 total, $86 month, low down payment


considered Are these? Let's not things not try to be to wine. Schlitz on tap, glasses or pitchers. See now . Call WI 5.9886

overdo the picketing. It might
YOUR BARMAIDS ARE
defeat the very cause we are
trying to help.Theodore .
CORETIIA GREEN BETTY DOUGLAS

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F. Gibson is one of 4400 N.W. it. .y
17th Avenue 4-9189
NE ADULTS ONLY
29 teachers, attending the Sum- I
mer Institute in Biology at
-
Jackson State College. Gibsonis - - -
employed as a teacher of biology
School.at Northwestern High 1 Bedroom Garden Type Apts. .


FORD REAL ESTATE /SPECIALS!
: Condominium (own your own)
How do you spend wour 365

days? See our large selectior1oof homes,, We arrange all TO BE BUILT AT GOULDS, FLA.
If 8 hours
you sleep a day
.
financing. \" ... is mile minutes south of
122 days I r Development 1V4 ((6 )
If"you rest 8 hours a day 1--843; ,JNW (JS4th St, '. \ ,$39$. down--$80, monthS Cutler Ridge Shopping Center
122 days this nice clean" property near schools, shopping -

There are 52 Sundays 52 daysIf i landaus Uriels,.:Move right'in.2x3085' : Price $6,450 up-$67 month pays all
you have % day off NW 65th St. dbwn $20 week
$150, -
Saturday 28, daysIf w (principal, Interest, taxes: insurance and maintenance)
,you have % hour for See this 3-bedroom house. Fenced.., yard. Move
lunch 28 days right in. It t All Electric Kitchen Wall to Wall Carpeting

Two weeks vacation 14 days 3-Near Manor Park. Across street from Park. Good
Labor Day 1 day INTERESTED PARTIES WRITEL.
terms. 3-bedroom, IVfe baths, Fla. room.

Even adding leap Total year 367 days you Owner anxious to sell. A real large beauty. BROD REALTOR care Miami Times

are one ahead. 4-1791 NW 40th St. 2 bedroom CBS home with i 6740 NW 15th Ave.

... ----- .. Fla. room. Newly painted in and' out. No closing
cos fa. ABOUT CONDOMINIUMSA

Public Decoratprs Dealers 5-2420 NW 55th Terr. 2 bedroom house. Total new state law creating separate ownership to Individual .

Grand Central Freight price $3,000 cash. Large lot. House needs a little apartments In a multiple-unit building will allow cities
LIQUIDATING G FLOORSOF
FINE FURNITURE TODAY repair. and counties to levy taxes on apartment holders.
6-Brand new 3-bedroom CBS homes -
150 ROOMS of hotel Apt. fur- from $595 Governor Bryant recently signed the bill which provides
nishings used 2 months hotel down. See these income properties and duplexes.
that deeds, mortgages and other title will be attached
never opened. These items list- 1483-85 NW 53rd St. Duplex-$400 down includes
to single apartments in a building, and as such, the unit
ed will be sold cheap for ,cash, closing c sts.
400 famous Hollywood beds, 150 1601-03 NW 47th St. Duplex-$695 down. No quali- would be taxable.
odd orthopedic mattresses, 200 fying. Under the new law, the responsibility will be taken
dinette sets, 3-5-7 piece styles, from the management and the individuals will pay the
780
150 Danish lounges studio NW 55th St. 4-unit apartment building
couches sofas. 300 odd easy $1',000 down. taxes.

chairs, 350 blond table lamps, The system is called condominium, or horizontal prop
300 plate glass mirrors, 55 Cas-
erty regime. Apartment owners would share common prop-
tro *type convertibles, complete! FOR RENT
elements with others in the same building. Cooperative
with famous mattresses erty
200 2420 NW 55th Terr. $15 week. House
chests buildings would be subject! to the law.
dressers, 75 225 desks, apartment
780 NW 55th St.
$15 week. 1-bedroom
150]dining 'room suites, expen- apt. Delinquent taxes would be a lien against the apartments,.
sive lobby and outdoor furni '
subject to sale. The building could be insured without affecting -
tune. Will be sold cheap for
We and!
are open Saturday SundayFord
cash today. the rights of each apartment owner to insure his
u
unit separately.The .
Credit If you want It, we deliver
OUR ONLY SALES ADDRESS Realty Inc condominium property would have to obey; laws

1636 N.W. 7th Ave. Open to" 6:30m : relating to fire escapes and elevators, as do public buildings

f Miami but was not: subject to control or regulation of the
Open Sat., Sun., Mon. and Tues. 569 N.W.. 54th Street PL 7-2559 Hotel and Restaurant Commission.I .

1f'\P.I.! 6:30 p.m., ,;,.. .';

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