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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: February 8, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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With HOWARD JOHNSON MOTEL '

Boy Transplant ( .



I Kidneys Dies" in HospitalBaboon SUED A Daytona FOR Beach motel$460,000 was i


useless underwent unusual sultetltutlon but his sued for $160.000 Wednesday bya
an ney n -
Did and' wife who claim they
Kidneys
operation Sunday, when' four tolerance to this was limited man II
FunctionUly kidneys from two baboons and the treatment had to be were refused accommodations:; '
were transplanted Into his discontinued. ; because of their race. .:)
The suit was filed in U. S.
Doe, 14-year-old son of body. I I A spokesman said the transplant -I District Court in Jacksonville "'I,
Mr. and Mrs. William Doe, 1942 The hospital. said the trans was a surgical success on behalf of T. D. Lane and
NW 27th Ave., Fort Lauderdale plant attempt was "a last recourse I and the baboon kidneys did his wife, Miriam Lane, of Pet- P
died of heart failure Tuesday ." The boy's kidneys had function. He was not sure ersburg, Va.
at 9.06: a.m. at VarietyChlldren's not functioned for 10 weeks
medical The Howard Johnson Motel
the transplant was a I II
Hospital. prior to the operation. He was Lodges Inc, of Daytona Beach,
The boy, whose kidneys were kept alive by a method of kid-I success Tuesday.Cleveland Is listed as defendant.The I

complaint the Lanes
-- --- says I
went to a motel lodge at Ches-
School ter, Va., on Dec. 0, IOCS, and
Minister Threatens To i Board Bows Orders asked that reservations be
; made for them at the Daytona
' Complete Beach motel; that they told the 1

Burn Himself For Rights I j IntegrationTuesday paid clerk Daytona$12 they In advance Beach were Nergoes for' lodgingat and

night the Board of It alleges that when the

The Rev;. B. Elton Cox of Education In Cleveland bowedto Lanes arrived at the Daytona
:High Point, 'N.C.., field secre- the demands of civil rights Beach Motel they were refused
tary for COKE told a gatherIng Haitians Seek ] groups and agreed to Integrateall accommodations on the basis of
at an integration rally Sun I schools completely. their race and color} ; that the I I A Florida A and M University -
day at First Baptist Church, Civil rights ''groups which motel clerk told La*:\*: .--*,3 senior science, major from
Chapel Hill, that he would Asylum InBahamas previously rejected a series of would beat his brains out and Miami, Miss Sarah B. Williams,
burn himself in the streets.if '. proposals by the school officials !- have him arrested If he didn't is the recipient of a 10G4 grant* ;
discrimination Is not ended in. for ending the crisis that leave the premises.It I In-ald from the Florida F oun- I
that city i i I caused violence last week, contends the motel and its cording to an announcementby
showed sent caused the Lanes extreme Dr. Luther A. Arnold of the
"If I thought' it would do any Of the 24 Haitian refugees I I Board PresidentatRalphti. i mental pain and anguish. ,'humiliation Department of Secondary Ed-
good," the minister said, "I who have been waiting: at the McAllister, after a meeting at and embarrassment, ucation, the University of Fla.,
would come to Chapel Hill, Immigration Service Detention City Hall said pupils transported 1 which resulted In their being Gainesville
talk to town' leaders nnd uni- Center in Opa-locka since September from an overcrowded schoolIn permanently Injured In and The recipient of the $150
versity (of North Carolina) of five of them decided a predominantly Negro neigh- about the mind, head, body ,and grant=.ln-ald, who has pursuedtwo'
ficials. That failing- I would Monday to seek political asy- lx>rhood will ho Integrated completely nervous system.ROBBY majors,. In biology and
burn myself. lum in the Bahamas. Into receiving schools. chemistry, at FAMU, aspires to
"I have 'been contemplating They'said the move was" necessary I I I Transported pupils who previously ,JOINS UP, become a pediatrician. Miss :
doing It and advocating that' because they would be were' kept In separate Williams, who will be graduated I
other Negroes' do it," he said, shot if they were sent home.A classes] will Ite Incorporated In ROCKYJAckie ed 'April of this year has already 'f
adding that if Buddhists can. sixth Person "mado inquirIes' I the receiving, school on the WITH applied for admsslon to
burn themselves to embarrass about going to' Cuba, said same basis as other students, several graduate science schools '
officials hi Saigon,',Negroes can Charles Ashman, attorney for he said. Robinson' Brooklyn and schools of medicine. :
do It in this country. the group. j I In an apparent effort to ap- Dodger Infielder and first Negro Winning financial aid and acclaim ,'
"If these Negroes can don .uniforms The Haitians arrived in Palm 1' McAllis- player' In baseball Hall of for her scientific prowess ,; "
to fight for the United Beach Sept. 15. from Nassau, ''erssald segregationistswill end the Fame, has been named a de- isn't a novelty to the young Mlomian -
States In foreign countries," requesting political asylum transportation classes as soon deputy director of Gov. NelsonA. who is a graduate of 1\11- "
concluded Rev. Cox, then they The Immigration Service said as possible. Rockefeller's campaign: for the i ami's Northwestern {Senior- High
certainly ought to be able to they should be deported. Republican presidential nomi School
,for the basic Two appeals to the Fifth Cir '' Tuesday' morning paddy wagons nation.
right ofelhuman The 45-year-old Robinson The daughter' of Mr and Mrs.
dignity. I cult Cpurt of Appeals New. took three loads of sit-in Williams NW 04th
said he preferred Gov Rockefeller's Lewis 2170
Orleans lost by the demonstrators from the Board
were group. Miami has been win-
St. she
civil
record to ,
rights
on
Meredith Helps '(' "They are tired of waiting, i of Education building, where. thatfaf: ;President Johnson. ning kudos for her science interest ,
"The six'said I
''. said Ashman. police said they roughed up I Rockefeller said in ,. since her high school days
r announcing
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Quell JacksonDemonstration that If America doesn't ;want four policemen, defied the' 'fire = .She made history in Miami as
*''Rgbinaon'd! appointment,
hem they will take their warnings and trjed
; department "'aa deputy( director) he wJU bea the first member pf her race
1. chance' being deported to the school
to
superintendent
on keep .
"" member of the ;campaign ',to receive top Science Fair
James H. Meredith, wh q 'Haiti., t' from his work. strategy board, and participate awards in national, regional
entry on the campus ot t e \, in:ilcy 'nnd 1\ political" declalrtMii" and local competition. While a
University off Mississippi t r f. "f 'student at Northwestern, she
years ago resulted In a 'bloc t t.ot was also a runner-up in the
riot, helped Tuesday to take King of Clubs N"p.1'th ; 'W k$1Li.Grary field of science 'in the Silver
some of the poison out of a Open ro History Knight Award competition
racial demonstration at another ; sponsored by the ,Miami Herald.In .
school where three stu- '! Tuesday the summer'' of 1050 Miss

dents f.were wounded Monday Series Williams received R ..scholarshipto -*'I' li-, i t"" ,
night. Forum Sunday Tho, _,Dixie Park ranch of participate In"a' science InStitute -', ."
at Bennett College
-ur. iC : the Miami Public Library will
pi itudents-r,200 singing: -::of',';*'handclap-Jackson :All ofrGreaier Miami ,'is, .aiouslv nx:;' chairman President 'Daniel R. hold its celebration of National Greensboro two N.C. betore'coming where she 1
spent year
( Jitate College staged a awaiting' the arrival of Francis win serve as master of IA.Negro History Week on Feb. I I to Florida A and ,M to complete -
de ration in front of the the 3.30: ,p.m. hour on Sunday, J ceremonies. The entire membership her undergraduate study.
sch 'bafeteria Tuesday 'fallowing Feb. 9 when. the popular King ",of .the KC will be quite At ,the:four o'clock storv hour I
;"*Monday night's. violent of Clubs,- Inc. will open the I active.. Miss/ Helen. M. Doriett: branch
,. librarian, will tell,tales of Anan- 14 Teenagers (-
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action. first f'oJ"\1DLot it* 1984, series of I t ;
I Mrs. and brief ,
'i three forusB. The announcement that B give biographical
Meredith f :Jefee4 Charles The St. John Baptist Church, Leila R. Williams and her sketches of famous Negroes. Arrested in Robbery.
.Evers.I brother of the'Its* MeeV between NW 13th St. and 14th i Booker T. Washington Chorus This program will be gearedto -
gar Evers and field*secretary St., 'on 3rd ''Ave. will be the I i.will furnish the music will We boys and girls from 7 to 12 Ring :
of the NAACP, gad Willie Lud- scene of activity as It has been t ti greeted with much enthusiasm. years of age; however younger I j
den -J In plcadyw to the stu- i for the pasV I several years. They are the perennial favor- and older. children will be wel- Miami police said the arrestof ._.
dents to confiner protest to 'The Rer."; Thedford JohnsonIs ites of all of Miami and are comed. two youths' who asked a .
the campus. the' youthful and quite known to compete with the Adults and young people are policeman to push their car led j
progressive
minister speaker for prominence on the invited to open house at the to the breakup of, a Negro seotlon -
"Blind Cora" Beaten the for- program. I Pixie Park Branch at 8 in the robbery ring Wednesday. 1
Speaker for opening 'oJ
Johnson 18 of :
Theodore evening. At this time Miss Dor Jerry_ Sturgi .
to Death um will be Father Christ The 2nd and 3rd forums will sett will discuss: book. by Negro 070 NW Oth St., and Raymond
Gibson of
R. pastor be held at the church on the authors. published In 1003. mount, 19, no local address,
Cora Sanders, a SO-ycar-oJd Episcopal Church In Coconut following two Sundays at the told a policeman their car was
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blind i woman was b**"ten to Grove. He will speak on the new time of 3:30: o'clock. They -- -. -4. out of gas early Wednesday

death (with' a chair leg early subject Rights ,Crusade"Aspects of Present the Civil and will be presented by Greater from South Carolina in J800 morning. They asked for a
Monday by her common-law Future." Miami's most outstanding civic, and. ')has lived here since. push, police said.
husband' ,; Miami detectives: reported I The speaker comes well prepared cultural and educational organ/ For a number of years he The officer refused, but took
+:.". I to handle such a subject. Izatlon The King. of Clubs. 1 1 I owned and operated a grocery the men in questioning: their. ,
Charged with first degree lIe Is president of the Miami r buslnew In the area of NW 11th car .and description were the 40: .
murder/was,: 'Eddie Lewis 51. chapter of the. NAACP and a St. and 2nd Ave. He was also answer to the holdup of a man ', '
Both tf s4 at. 354 NW 14th SU member of the National Board; Frank ..Straughter actively engaged Irt.the-real es In the northwest section min
Det. fAfedrew Glordane said Board member, of the Southern i I I tate field. for a long, period of utes before. I ,
Lewisladmitted I beating Mrs.I I Regional Council: of Atlanta and' Dies} uradayFr time. )
Sanders; but said she hit him member National Committee on I I I *;> Survivor are a son, Aaron. After questioning the two .".
first. He'had a bruise on hi. ,Intergroup' Relations. A 10- Straughter'of 543 NW two daughter Misses. Franfcye men, Lt. C. O. Hottoe said that I
ankle, the officer reported. minute question and answer I3ttf 3t>jiie&tafe'.Christian Me- Straughter and Diane Reed and 12 other youths were arrested. ',
1 I period will follow the address.Father morlalllb !tat';on''Feb. 6 foj;-: twq,grandson, Jerome and A1-. They were believed'to be 'responsible '" s
Dadi t i beaten, the woman's Gibson will be Intro- 10\en a jm1ssIol1 of twos'lan'.StrauRhter. Service*, under for the majority' of
body:' *mJfevad:J>y, poltoe 'to duced by former Judge L. E. |: : 'the direction of Range FunornliMbme I the small-store robberies r In
tOt"IJ"e u1. Alley. I Thomas who .In the '114 formti :.delr.Rtrac, : ter:1'mn/e: /. to Miami'* are Incomplete.! .. I he? Negro districts,he said:
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Beauty Clinic |I Liberty Choir UnionTo Friendship Club

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1964 Convene At Friendship Charity and Social
Theta Nu Sigma Sorority of Club met at the tfeautlful

the National Beauty Culture Mt. OliveThe home of Mrs. Bessie Wiliams

sf" n Liberty Choir Union repast war served end
Educational
its First will convene at the Mt. Olive enjoyed. Mrs. Adell Cox, nresi.
l/ Beauty Clinic Monday, Feb. 10 Primitive Baptist Church, 1622 dent; Mr. Prankle' Dunn, reporter .
from 8 a.m., to 5 p.m., at the NW G9th Terr., sponsored by .
Vogue Beauty Fair, 233 NW Oth the Choral Group.
Y St. | This is the first program of -

Mr. Dupree, the t/eauty cul- the year. All friends are invit- Presbyterian Choir No 1.
ture examiner will be presentto ed to come out and witness this' Deacon O. W. Smith, mana

FEBRUARY the month of THERE'S A REAL NIC1 give vital Information to all great program. I' ger; Bro. R. Daniel, assIstant'Sis.
love, Is with us once again. show at Tony's Fish Market on licensed beauticians. I I Special guest will be Grace Iva Smith, reporter '

This month deserves a note of the 79th St. Causeway Milt __
recognition for the many famous Trenier and the Rubin MIt- -
and historic events. Lincoln chell Trio are featured along
and Washington's birthdays, with the Arabian Nights Revue -
National Children's Dental Ruth Brown, Miami's
Week. St. Valentine's Day, Willis Jackson's ex, is now appearing -
l3rotherhood'Veek' and the beginning at the Play Lounge on i ....
of Lenten Season are the Causeway.
:all a part of this month. It is .
:also Heart Month and time to GREGG \[ was the lone
give generously to the Heart Negro taking part in Barcadi J1
Fund to help fight heart Rum's big "Welcome to Miami"

disease.It I party this week. The company '.
is a short month, but one recently moved Its national offices -
that is filled with events and from New York to that

holidays. The following local beautiful new blue-mosaic tile ...
persons are celebrating birth- building on Biscayne Blvd. ... .
days during the second weekof
February: Dorothy Bryan, TWO MIAMI STUDENTS
Sereeta Turner, John Tellis, L. will complete their require- P.
P. Robinson, JoAnn Goltat, Jack ments for degrees at the end of
Smiley, Aaron Robinson Jr., the first semester on Jan. 31.
Carolyn Miller, Inez Spears, They are Maretta B. Paramore,
Eolyn Jones, Chandra Felder daughter of Mrs. Donnie Jack-
Garth C. Reeves and Roecella ,son; Marvin A. Day, son of Mrs.
Fortson. | Louvenia Day.
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MISS JEAN THOMPSON
of
FR. STAFFORD SWEETING
Nassau spent a day In Miami
was ordained Deacon and Prieston
returning home during the
February 2 at 11 a.m. In St.Peter's evening. Among other visitors
African Orthodox
were Ivan Davis.
Church. Father Sweeting is a
graduate of BTW High School, MRS. ANATOL ROGERSand

St. Augustine's College and two children, Emily and
for homes that need
Inter-denominational Seminary Patricia, returned to Nassau
In Atlanta. He is also presently after a short visit to Miami.
employed as a teacher at
Northwestern Senior High. I Tuskegee Alumni electrical "PEPUP"If ,

CARMETTA C. BROWN has Club MeetsAll r
you suspect that your house suffers
returned to work after a extended Tuskegee Alumni
are requested -
illness. Friends are hap- to meet at Ora D. Tay- from low Housepower, better call your
pay to see her well and back lor Realty office in the lounge Electrical Contractor for a free wiring '
again. to elect officers for 19611966. I
Mrs. Taylor, the president, Is check-up. )
Mr. and Mrs. AARON the regional vice president of
HETHE, who are expecting a the Southern Region and With FULL HOUSEPOWER wiring ,
second heir in the spring, have wishes to thank all who have and I a ..-
moved into their new home In cooperated in our local chap- plenty of handy switches and out I a

the Coconut Grove area. Congratulations ter. The officers elected Satur- let*-you'll really enjoy the convenience, I
are extended to day will serve two years, according t
the Bethels! to by-laws. This is a economy and efficiency of better electrical 1+ _, A1

last call from the president for living now and in the all-electrio future.t,41tQUardt 1
VON JACOBS is recuperatingat election, as her duties will not I I nY
home after emergency sur- allow any further supervision.
gery In Jackson Hospital. Place 4208 NW 7th Ave., 8 p.m.
Please pass the word to others .
Friends wish him a speedy re- concerned. .

covery. ,
.
DKMETRA WILLIAMS the
daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Min- Plan
cey, has been notified that she now to attend
is a candidate for February !I
graduation at the University of THURSDAY, FEB. 27
Indiana. Demetra Is an out-I '. ,
standing art student at the Jabberwock '

university. I 8 p.m. -
f lane' '
ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA So- -

rors are celebrating Founder's j Miami Northwestern ...')rt. CHIAPIK TOO
Day on Saturday, Feb. 8 at
Roosevelt Savings and Loan FLORIDA. POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY

Association. All sotrors.: are In- HHHH9 .",&" nOKID
vited. A radio program on Sunday .
Sation WMBM, will also -
highlight the celebration.
Aurora Crawford Is basileus of
the group.


NON-PAREIL members en-
tertained guests lavishly at the I r Tim
Hampton House on last Sunday -
Charlotte Ford Clarke Is
president of the group.DEPHST .
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HYMPATHY: Is extended -
to the families of the
late Sarah Roach, Mena Wilson, SASSO
and Barbara Collie

Mrs BARAII NEWBOLD left
for Washington, D.C. on last
Saturday to visit with her first
great-grand, Stacy Monlque
Burroughs. Stacy is the daughter :. COUNTY COMMISSIONER
of Pat and Roland Bur- f DISTRICT
roughs and grand daughter of t SASSO TO 1
FIGHT
Joycelyn Burroughs. INTERESTS TRYING TO'
i SHIFT TAXES TO LITTLE PEOPLE
1fr- s. LUCILLE HURD of Reassessment and higher excise
Woodlawn, Texas, is visiting special interests taxes goal of
with her daughter, Velma. We seeking control of commiaaion.
are wishing her a pleasant "aMcNa yr Warnss of Tax Hike"
visit while In the Magic City i :Miami Herald
.... i January 30, 1064
a, ((12 Newspapers
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Dr. and Mrs. GEORGE ANTHONY from all parts of Dade County -
; \: of St. Albans, Long Is. endo-ae; lasso for rc-election. So do 27
.\\ orIfnlzationa4 -
land, N.Y. have purchased a civic groups.)
Y new home In the new exclusive ; FREE RIDE TO
POLLS
Rock Island section of Ft. PH. 757-8507
w4 r:r .: Lauderdale. Dr. ,Anthony is the I h ; LEVER 4-A

..11\.;'. first to ,buy In this area. Mrs.
.. Anthony Is a prominent New
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PTA State Meet Restine of Miami,Allen wag,
Jan. 27 from
I Church
Rev George E.

For February 27 pastor.a resident of

and has JIv-
A L Osgood, Jr., President mote 't h a xv
Florida Congress of Colored on Jan 21, She
Parents and Teachers announced Royal Twenty short while and
today that all planning has Women's ClubThe the end.
been completed for the openingon
Thursday morning, Feb. 27, Royal Twenty ; mourn, a son
the 37th Annual Sessions of the Club held its regular reporter'n. four grand
Florida Congress. at the beautiful home 32 nieces
Sylvia Hillsman, of
The: convention will convene 72nd St.Mrs. .
this year in Gainesville, Florida
atJLlncoln High School, with Elizabeth Espy !
the] Lincoln High Parent-Teach president of the City
er Association, Alachua County ed Clubs, gave a report acs o-
Council and Fifth District as Ing a workshop to be
,hosts. the Hampton House on
I 21. Other projects were
't';' Several meetings have been sed and plans laid for
held in the planning for this action.In .
convention with a final meeting
true Royal Tw
held last week to complete
ion, the charming
entertain the
plans to antici-
lighted her guests with
500
pated delegates coming
licious repast and fun
,from all sections of, the state. Mrs. Ermatlne Holton !

"The convention will carry out ed the hostess for her SERVICE
the theme of the National Con. the evening's activities.
vvention "New Dimensions for will
The next meeting
Action Balanced PTA a at the home of Mrs.
"
challenge. The Florida focus 1400 NW 41 St. on Feb : !
will be on "Unifying Efforts for Mrs. Ermatine
.'Better Achievements." dent

Delegates will begin arriving Mrs. Ethel Peavy, !
!In the University City Wednes- -' -- .. -
day afternoon, Feb. 26 and will
proceed to register In time for
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High School registration X. Next week It could be
will continue, with the formal you: .
opening scheduled for 10 am
In the main auditorium. Clos-
sessions are slated for Saturdaynoon
Feb. 29, followed by the 7syin
Post-Convention Board of man Q.t VKp,'
ngers meeting. I 0v

ALL ABOARD FOR
GAINESVILLE: ;

The Dade County Council of I
PTA's Is chartering a bus to :;.i+ v
Gainesville for delegates. The ,I .\
bus will load nt Northwestern \
Senior High School, Wednesday
Feb. 26 at 11 a.m. All delegateswho
plan to ride the Special ,
.are asked to have their fare .. ;
paid on or before Feb. 18. .i rrw.aw.m6A kkiWu6Gi.!
Checks or money orders may Bessie Forbes Eva Smith Letha Bell Render
be sent to Carl Capers, 3117 NW 1516 N.W. 6th Ct. 1317 N.W. 5th Ave. 268 N.W. llth St.
52nd St., Miami. Please make "'i-I IA NAAV.% "M- =Myl'i
checks payable to Dade County -
Council PTA For further in d p: ay, 5 ,
formation please call NE ; sr..
4-5525 or NE 4-5705. Fare $13
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1964 Northwestern Mississippi Jails 9 Mental Health

Voljunteer Visits .t

Thespians to MinistersNine fro acquaint, the journalism.
class of G. W. Carver with"mental -
Present 2nd DramaThe out-of-state PresbyterIan illness! and its career 'offerings -
ministers were, given ,iour- was the main purpose of
Miami Northwestern month Jail terms Tuesday bya a' recent visit by Mrs. Eunjce
Woman Judge In: Hattiesburg, ;:Anderson Mental Health SocIety -
School
Senior High to Thespiansare the Miss., for picketing in supportof Volunteer and former school
present
preparing .
Negro voter registration.City .
board member.
second production of the yearon
.. audi- Norris Mrs. Anderson, a vivacious
Feb. 20 In the school ,Judge Mildred
II. E. 8101BMUNI REEVES, Editor and Publisher torium. convicted the nine of disorderly Jlttle lady, spoke about the per-
GARTH C. nERVES, Managing Editor conduct for refusing to follow sonal and educational. require
"Our Town" Is a Pulltizer police directions in their 'ments necessary for mental
Member of the National Newspapers Publishers Association Prize winning' drama by the !' health careers, acquainted
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picketing.
American Dramatist Thornton ?with the scientific terms for
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Wilder. It is most noteworthyfor The clergymen were, trans- mental illness. "
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 -, FOREIGN$6.00 its genuine originality. ferred ',to county Jail to begin At tne end of her visit, Mrs.

Catered Second Class Matter, August O,- 1921 at I theiPost Officeat Grover's Corners is the settingfor serving their terms. while :Anderson wished us luck, in
as the ,sorrows, bondsat Mental Health Career
happiness Judge Norris set appeal the Press
Miami, Florida, under the,act of March 8, 1876
and growing pains of the prominent $750 cash or $1,000 in prop- Contest and stated that she
r. J families from 1901 to 1913. would return in the very 'near
Main Office at 0740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX '1.0421 erty. '
Downtown Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue.'- Phone FR 3-2230 Cast as the indispensible future to check our progess.
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: stage manager is Johnny_ : Walden tt
1 ;., Appearing in other roles New Homes Finest For Less
"CREDO OF TIlE NEGRO PRESS" : are: Patricia Black as .Emily 0;'"
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the Webb: ; Theopholleus Worrell as Kitchen
2 Bath, Garage, Electric
,
'. George Gibbs; Sandbell Riversas 3 Large Bedroom\ ,
world from racial and national antagonism 'wt en It: accords to .
Mrs. Webb Herman E. D.
his. human and ; 1452 N.W. 58th Terrace Open 3 to 5 p.m. ;;
every man regardless or race, creed or color' Sands as Joe Creowell Jr.,; J "
legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-the Negro Press Michael Graham as Mr. Webb; 1944 N.W. 19th Street Florida room
strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men are Richard Jones as Wally Webb;
hurt as long as anyone is held back. Arthur Humes as Professor Large lots for sale
Willard; Barbara West as Rebecca -
Gibbs; Selena Forbes as Double lots on 63rd Street $1,500 up

WE RECOMMENDThe Mrs. Gibbs; Preston Sconiers as Cash paid for Lots and Homes *
Dr. GibWs; Mamie Butts as the
Lady in a Box; Delores Rhodesas Need Money? See BARON JE 8-1340
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to '
Miami Times urges all qualified voters to go Mrs. Soames; Larry Rogersas
and cast their ballot in the impor- Constable Warren. -
Tuesday Mr. *
the
polls on -- -- -- .,
tant Metro Commission runoff election. We recommendthe Thomas Papino is sponsor and ,) "
director.
following slate:
;: ;;;;: ..: = ;$-::; -:: For ALL the PEOPLE
For Mayor Winston W. Wynne '"
THE PEOPLE'S
District 1 Tom Sasso in Dade County ''I
SCREENING COMMITTEE :.

District 2 Milton E. Thompson *:;/: J: :'. ,r.. Recommends the followingFOR ELECT ni.ri:2: :

I District 4 Thomas Dw O'Malley t,', .,,':,'" MAYOR >,1'

District 7' Hughlan Long Chuck Hall LA

District 8 Hardy Matheson Commissioner" District 1 LEW ::
Tom Sasso 4-A
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RACE RELATIONS SUNDAY Milton Thompson 5-A WHITWORTH

February 9 Is Race Relations Sunday. Wednesday, Commissioner District 4

February 12 will be the birthday of the great' emancipator Dave Kennedy 7-A $,

Abraham Lincoln, who was born 155 years ago and Commissioner District 7 COUNTY COMMISSION
served from 1861-65 as president of the United States. Hughlah Long 9-A >

\ On Race Relations Sunday we can take ,ia retrospective Commissioner District 8 Lever 6 A .
I glance at the racial position as it existed in 1954 Hardy Matheson 11-A
when the Supreme Court of the United States handed ,
down that famous decision outlawing segregation in pub- 40 years old, married, one son t
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lic schools. Also other civil rights decisions, made since -- -- --- ---- :
Attorney and Hialeah Councilman. c .
that time. i FOR SALENO I
Former Agent Federal Bureau *'
of Investigation. ;
We think, too, of the wonderful historymakingMarch QUALIFYING .t
on Washington. We should give thanks that these Air Force Combat Flyer.
incidents took place. While there is still much to be ac- 3-BEDROOM CBS
complished j these undertakings have made living con- Enclosed garage, jalousied Attended University of Maryland for pre-la.w.
ditions for Negroes much better. Received LLD Degree from George Washington
t porch, awnings, new roof. University.
The Civil Rights Bill ,is now being considered by the: Drive And '\ ";

Congress. Let us hope thait' it will be passed? by both-',the., I by ,seev \Rye, S Member, Dade School .Board*, Committee on

House and. Senate. 1"f"'i. Jw: *,.''' '.J4.''.. f 080 N.W., 38tKSt.-.- ,QuAlity. ,J ducation and Adult..Education Advisory :

In Washington Post for SePteritb ,r IDGS.JMar-, : v J.;,:I..Then visit us for, details-- Committee ,
quis Child felt that the churches can tip the Civil flights FjorJdaBar.Committee on Juvenile Delinquency '
vote. Here is an excerpt from Mr. Child's article:&' I 4,
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\ Chairman
x,4.5 RREALTY 'of the Board of Hialeah-Miami. Springs r

"In the aftermath of the emotional outpdurlng') ," r x+ 'f .. Sertoma Club. ,{ '
that one force and one force alone can persuade' 'the'Con.-,
Member Miami
( Board
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gress to pass far-reaching civil rights legislation. 7* Realtors) Handicapped Committee of ,
the Hialeah-Miami Springs Chamber of Com'C
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*, "The churches of America have it Jn ,their power to 4500 NW 2nd Ave. merce. .
'convince doubting legislators ,of then, d to bring 'soical PLAZA l-7594 '
justice to millions of.citizens deprived of their American I (CIVIC'LEADtR AND.EX PBFlAGEr; 't 11,1,11

birthright. In short, this is a moral, rather than a political ..-.-.---. .rwvrvw. ..v. ............ ....__........_-
issue if it is to generate support sufficient to overcome :;;D
the bitter-end resistance of the Southern bloc with 1

Its conservative Northern allies. .
JOHN B. ORR. JR. SAYS.'
"The march itself laid the base for this support. Con- .

spicious from beginning ,to end were the representativesof
Catholic, Protestant and, Jewish faiths They spoke
LET'S ELECT A
eloquently in support of the go'al' of the marchers, and GOOD FRIEND r

clerical figures, many of them carrying placards, were
interspersed through the vast crowd. ;:"I

This was followed by the strongly''worded statementof .,<.. HARDYMATHESON ,2{

the World Council of Churches. It was a grave warningto t

Christians who support segregation "by action or,inac- :,t
tion" and thereby betray Christ arid the "fellowship which t
bears his name." The Council, made up of the principal '
Protestant' ,and Eastern Orthodox congregations was say- :
ing in effect that Christians failing to work to end :segre-

gatoin are as, :guilty of, undermining their faith as those .1
actively supporting segregation.?


"Pope John XXII in his great encyclical, Pacem in R\I

, Terris called for (recognition of the rights of every individual Pull L.eyer'C 11-A
of whatever, color or,race' as a child of God. When

Pope Paul VI met with President Kennedy he publicly I..
expressed his concern for the civil rights program. Except p rr
Pd. PoL
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:r.< )Plan now to attend Incarnation Mardi grounds, -
frith St.trhere.
JabberwockTHURSDAY SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1964 PAGE
;r;;. Gras FestivalThe will be attractions of '-

FEB. 27 all kinds games, dancing,
.--" 8p.m. Episcopal Church of the. rides, food of all descriptionand
+rhc Incarnation is sponsoring Its hand made novelties. Fun CLYDE K1LLENS
-1"- Miami Northwestern annual Mardi Gras Festival and
Dance. for adults.all ages, children and SIR Jll\() \ HOTEL' KNIGHT' liil!I: CLUB:

; We will have our predanceon
I Thursday, Feb. 6 at the Biscayne The king and queen of the ,. PRESENTS -
,. FQR, SALE I Terrace Hotel, corner of Mardi Gras will be crowned on
8 9
SATURDAY! SUNDAY FEBRUARY 7
vl.No I, 3rd St. and Blscayne Blvd. at FRIDAY, : ,
the final nlte, Tuesday, Feb. 11,
qualifying 5 years old 9 p.m. Tickets are $1.50 and
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may be obtained from any mem- also there will be an auction *<* MARIE KNIGHT
&BEDROOM 2 BATH ber of the Incarnation.Our sale. Gifts of all descriptions.You .
can't afford to miss this ,-.<(Held Over From Last Week)
BIB, BIG CBS Mardi Gras will begin on once a year attraction. Come
Friday, Feb. 7 thru Feb. 11 on one, come all. F8 /
<\." Drive' by and see

,.: 311 NW 58th St. Income Tax Returns Prepared I k
BY BEST INCOME TAX SERVICE
Then, call us or stop at' our 636 N.W. 2nd AVENUE I

C'n a ,office* for details Phone 374-0116 $2 up

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(Member Miami Board of

Realtors) 1 *, 1, '4lz

\.a Liberty,, Realty I FOR SALE OR TRADE _

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.."'1 Skillet Chicken 2901 NW 50th St., MiamiOR
'j \\.l Fried Shrimp
I' CALL: MR. MURRAY UN 6-1331
.J "'.::.. Hot BiscuitsYou Second Top Notch 4 rust in the "Parado of Stnra"
C.": have it BUILDER
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FOR SALE Also Featuring The Sensational VALADEEHS

2 CBS -family homes. One SAVE THIS COUPONGOOD

rented, one for buyer, 2- .1 r i "
bedrooms. Rent from one AT ANY TIME FOR ONE

ni&kes owner's expense $10

week the 1st year, $6 week FREE SERVICE CALL
after that. Small 1 down pay

ment. 23rd Ave., 56th St., ,.s YF
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"NW. Sign on property. On your TV, radio or stereoAL

MAKES AND MODELS696358J. v M
bedroom CBS, 2335 NW
56th St. $300 down. See

sign on premises.A .

Steal USED TV $19.95 up ALL WORK GUARANTEED

4 unit CBS. Present income 90 DAYS FRIDAY AND SUNDAY $1.25 SATURDAY $1.75

$2 500, can be increased to Rowimc T. V. 2636 NW 62nd St. SPECIAL TEEN-ACE MATINEE (3! BIg Act)
3000.: Full price $9,000,
t Theme: "A THING COIN' ON" AT THE KNIGHT BEAT
togins. See sign on premises
Sunday Afternoon, February 9th ((3:00: to 6:00): ) $1.00Starring
5238 N.W. 24th Ct.
Have You Seen Rev. ?
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The man trat can help J Y ilif;; 'i:1'fi:;; : is+ r A a
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you in. all walks of life ,*:frf; ?r.:'..::,'.: ::
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All makes repaired needs a blessing in 3 "' '.,.::4t!(
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TV Radio Auto Radio days, you should see '4.. ;
Hi-Fi Stereos Transistors i
''ring yque71idt"''J lau.4::1a\f : <,Rev.,3,jAntkpny. Rev. >''

.;. ,Anthony can help you
.t1;:2636 NW 62nd ''St.
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n ,d\U, Health and) Work. a
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FOR SALE Rev. Anthony is they '
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,:. BEAUTIFUL CBS Fort Myers, Fla. for t _
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$450 Down years. Now you can y 2
Government insured see Rev. Anthony ir p, M I
Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Selling for $1,500 below You must make an ejppointment. Telephone

value.' Drive by and see. 581.9061. Hours daily: 9 to 12 in the morning, 4 to
7 in the evening .
670 N.W.' 50th St. You must see Rev. Anthony now. He will be here } rr- $, S___

details only a few weeks. See this man of God today. Phone ,,r ,
Tfcen visit us for L' :S
5819061.
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---, LIBERTY,,".... REALTY 281'5 N.W. 24th REV.: Avenue ANTHONY' Fort Lauderdale, Fla.JJrectJOIIII .
> : Go went on ftanrlee Blvd. across 2 railroad
...... '. imber Miami Board of tracks to .U. 8. Pipe Co. Torn left at ftignal. light onto 23rd
,f' 'f;. 't Realtors) Ave. (Star Can Station) ;Visit fire station ,'until 790" coiuo- : Miami's Own SAM and .DAVE

&:*00 NW 2nd Av north te 28th St Turn' to MARIE KNIGHT and THE
', "'PLAZA 1-7594 .
...-i COMING NEXT WEEKEND: B. B. "MR. BLUES" KINGc

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DIRR'S POUND DRUMMER BOY- 12 Ounce Package
Pepper Steak 59c Franks 290 .

FRESH POUND BREADED POUND
Pork Steak 39c Veal Cutlet 490

POUND FRESH
Slab Bacon 390 Pork Picnici9


Fryers GRADE A FLORIDA Ib 25 Crisco 31b can 591

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SHURFINE YELLOW CLING-Sliced or halves 303 KRAFT (With $5.00 Order or More)
Peaches 2 for 391 Mayonnaise qt. 290

PLAIN OR SELF'RISINGPillsbury 5 Lb.Bag CHICKEN OF THE SEA -Vi Size can
Flour 49cBLUE Tuna Chunk Style 3. 7W

PLATEApple With Tom. Sauce, Mollasses,Vegetarian-14 oz can,::*

Jelly 2 Ib jar 29 libby's Beans 10.. ,.. *

GLADE-7 OUNCE CAN LIBBY'S-303 CAN
Air Freshener 480 Sweet Peas 2 for 39*

We Cash Payroll Checks COLD BEER AT ALL TIMES Open 24 Hours Daily Keys Made.
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Toilet Tissue 10 pjlg 89* Pineapple '1 Juice. 29

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. ::: theory about Isaiah's prophecy. TEMPLE BAPTISTThe

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1964 PAGE, 7 PHIL OSSOFER the Paul law says of, Moses"For it Thou is written shalt not in Red Circle will repeat
Its dinner Saturday, at the
muzzle the mouth of the ox that
Zetas Ready For : ; ; SAYS: treadeth out the corn. Doth God home of Miss Miattle Harris The I '
: 3rd Ave. 6.
fi. 2022 NW apt.
,,:'' ,Y'"t"t I take care of oxen? Or saith he it
Finer Womanhood 't :;1f ; ... .......... altogether for our sakes? For our I No. one Choir home is sponsoring of Mrs.
dinner at the
sakes, no doubt, this is written:
ObservanceFollowing In my opinion, one of the most that he that ploweth should plowin I Marian Atwell, 1310 NW 58th
a successful Boule I!I r.. interesting prophecies of the Old hope; and that he that Terr., from noon till night. Donation
session which set the theme Testament is recorded In Isaiah thesheth in hope sould Ite a one dollar.
"Women and Youth Unite for I I { 11: 67.) It states, "The wolf shall partaker of hope." The Male Chorus will spon-
Freedom members of Beta II' also dwell with the l lamb and The wolf and the lamb are sor a tea Sunday, at 3:0: p.m..,
Tau Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi I' the leopard shall lie down with this day In the valley of deci- at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
the kid and the calf and the God's Dean, 558 NW 10th St.,
Beta Sorority, Inc., will observe ; sion. Ere long, through
one full week of activities, Feb.I I <'CT; ... fulling together; and a little will, they shall live together in friends are invited.
Choir No. two will sing at
child shall lead them. And the
2329. with
Beginning a special : peace
: __ both services Sunday. Plan to
worship service, the Miami cow and the bear shall feed: their
Zetas have scheduled presenta-I" young ones shall lie down together ST. BARNABAS W. M. spend the day at Temple.
;:\. ". < and the lion shall eat ... .. .. .
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tions to welfare agencies, and, Rev E A. Clumer, pastor - -- --
high school girls in senior I.\' \ \ straw like the ox." Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter
classes. A special salute will ;f Men's Day will be observed Plan now to attend
be given to the Zeta Amicae and I II ,,, "" ,<, ,. l :t\\ My first reading of this pro- Sunday, Feb 0. Father Theo-
their Brothers in Sigma, the ''$\<:> ." >. ,.i...". .,, ". phecy left me confused. I will wond-it dore R. Gibson of Christ Episco- JabberwockTHURSDAY
difference
ered "What
Phi Beta pal Church, Coconut Grove, will
Sigma Fraternity LACKLAND AFB, Tex. make to humanity for whom the
FEB. 27
their wives and sweethearts. be the morning speaker.You ,
Airman Howard if the
Minter revealed
son of Scriptures were are invited to come and
Proclaimed by their Grand Mrs. Rotha M. Minter of Hialeah animals of the earth learn to hear this dynamic speaker. You.
Basileus of a period of Finer: Fla. has been selected for live together? I even dared to will miss treat if don't. 8 p.m.
a you
Womanhood period the tenetsof I technical training as an air doubt that this could happen. Our shut-ins are Mrs. Susie
the sorority wilt be exemplified -: policeman at this Air Force The lion is carnivorous.How Johnson and Mrs. Julia Tynes. Miami Northwestern
*.throughout the period: base.
Feb. 16-March 8, Local could It ever eat straw? We wish for them a speedy recovery _. ... .
mem-
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bers of the sorority will also Airman Minter, who enlisted Meditating over this, it cameto .
be guest speakers for other in the Air Force a short time me that the wolf, the lion, the t
Zeta chapters. Mrs. Ruth N. ago, has Just completed his basic lamb and the other animals
Polite has been chosen by the military training here. symbolized human beings of var.
West Palm Beach Chapter to He Is a 1959 graduate of ious natures; the wolf and lion LIB CITY
speak Feb. 23; and, Mrs. Gladys Northwestern Senior High i being the warlike, the prejudiced -
Edwards will speak at Florida School.All and the hating; and the lamb
Memorial College being the peacemaker; the loverof
his fellowmen.Man .
In addition to the
presenta- DRIVE- THEATRE22nd
tion and recognition to civic members please be present Is part animal and part
and community groups, the Miami Walter Blatch, president. spiritual. When he allows his
will honor I lower, carnal self rule him he Ave. and Palm Drive-in Theatres
Chapter mem-
bers of the local Zeta group becomes like a wolf or a !lion. COMPLETELY INTEGRATEDOX
during their public program Beauticians of West Holly- When he lets his higher, spirit- 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.'MEIROCOLDWYNMAYER .
Feb. 29. Presentation of Zeta of wood and Hallandale will pre- ual self take over, he is like a
the Year and Sorors of the sent their annual winter show lamb. Jesus was called the lamb
Year will be a special feature. and dance at Paradise Club in of God. (John 1:29.: ) .
Ballots are now being taken Liberia Monday, Feb. 10, at t 9 p. When the wolf repents as did [ ,
from members of the sororityon m. Music by: W. C. Baker. the thief on the cross at Calvary,
the Woman of the Year. The Veterans of Foreign Wars he dwells with the lamb. Did not PAUL NEWMAN
This is a civic-minded patron are inviting neighboring post Jesus say to him, "Verily, I say _I _
in the community who has I and friends to attend their fish- unto thee, today thou" shalt be I '
done most to advance the idealsof fry Saturday night, Feb. 15, at with me In paradise? (Luke
the sorority through active the home of Comrade Tommie 23:43.: ) iIr
service. Mrs Lydia Higgs is Johnson 4520 SW 18th, West Reading in 1 Corinthians 9.0-10:
chairman of the Finer Woman- Hollywood from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. 'I I found confirmation for my
hood observance. ,

CINDERELLA CONTEST


BEGINS The annual search of Miami WIGSBY

Zetas for Miss Cinderella begins -
Feb. 9. A special meetingof -
contestants will be held on
this date at the home of Mrs. MR. BOND
Frankie S. Rolle chairman of
the annual search.. All contes- 4 p pa
tants will be given incentive
tokens of appreciation at this
meeting.

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Star Light Lodge No. 542 r 1 tillAna omit
meets Friday night, Feb. 7, p.m. Nrrw.V ;+ tuniIhnIIKI
at the Masonic Temple on Pem- { .
broke Road. All members are > w
urged to be present and on I

time. '"t _t #7 tiwMGwluJ

The Carver Ranches Fire De- t
partment will hold Its monthly
meeting Monday night, Feb. 10. Ma


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AND PROFESSIONAL COMMMITTEE TO SUPPORT .CHUCK HALL

r: EARL CARROLL, Chairman

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CHARLES H. WILLIAMS .;.r':, ; ':'' WILLIE LAMAR '" ," \ JOSEPH POITIER
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fine .team atttav p
,favorite-eatery.
RESS -- .n-rt-ufrPP *' :*: .' i.I'
/ TUG .BARMAID. WAITIU S 'Everyone in Dade County can vote for
Contest will get its ''Gi start
1L this week. Jackie Corbert and J .
Antl1l W. Anderson are offering some EARL Jiff.CANDIDATE
real smart treats to the girls .
PIN ER along with a fine gift to you
i who help make it a go Sam

stomiplng Early\ moved grounds Into(The his King old I

POLITICAL POT>> bell, but I do wish my JM BM 0' Hearts) last week and the
TIIK SIXTY-FOUIL Is proving itself "Box" the best of it The place took on agnew look. For I. A RN E S
months
to be the year of politics.In Robert Randalls Jr. had theirs the crowds have been ,
the past four weeks we had see Feb.at 2 .Mom's. The little, cutie you flocking to downtown clubs.< ,

plenty. such action On.Tuesdaywe Kitchen bearing CONTINUED 'ON PAGE ((16)) .
win oe going to me polls lTa,1l.. aa.
for a very important electionto \, <
our local governing body to.. Charles Martin's Fabulous FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
our Metro government. I
concerned about District am 7, (Opposing Hughlan Long)
that's ,the neck of Dade County Parisian

that governs Richmond Heights. RoomOF ? ".....,..,..-.Q.,,.- ,
Earl Starnes is my selection ",.. .
along with Winston Wynne for THE .' '
mayor. In the KennedyO'Malley ". J
race!!! Seems as if Mr. l :

Kennedy is taking it for grant. TURF DOUBLE DECK .LOUNGE r i.,:.t...., ...... '
ed. If Tom O'Malley continuesto '" \
gain as seen from this Presents -
cor- for ,
entertainmentFEBRUARY 4t K
your ?
ner, theta will be a great '
change from the recent pri-
mary. 6-12
I overheard a real strong t
conversation in the Dade County 4. L r!
Courthouse on the popular :
governor's race. I am saving it
PKITJIKY ,
TELL; ME that nil
places where wagering is made
in Miami, and I know most. of
them to be true, Miami Beach
is the only place where the (
segregated lines 'are drawn,
even at ,the recently opened
Trotters f ice track this was not
The atmosphere and conven-
ience is nothing like MB Kennel dr ,* 11l4'
Club1. The Beach has for ,;
many years been known as a
leader in integration. It has
opened more doors than any (
others and continue to do so. 1 'N I
This simple matter should be
adjusted without further delay
"The Beach is a leader, nota
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degrader! ," Take down those 1
signs."


THE SQUARE CIRCLE l ..
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Sportsman Club is rounding up
its mailing list for its annual

Complimentary Ball. This affair Xnthr Floridian Ago :)7. (Ji' admit of UnUcrNlty of Florida
each year gains greater '
recognition as a gala event < I'ailnor in HlanieH'', HiMitwhcr nnd .\"'1010<'11\tt'f04, ArrhltrctM.LUcN .

The King of Club Time is near. at 0110 H.W. 79th Court with hip" wife und four childicn. ) .
This is one time of year we look Arthi' In both Civic unit Nodal OrtfanlnilloiiN. Vrtoian
forward to this outstanding
group for its contribution to of World War II.
the cultural and educational
needs of our community with
their forum. The annual P
prom EARL STARNES WILL
,
climax their civic and social
calendar of events. It's on pad
for mid-March. THE CHANTELS ABSOLUTELY FIGHT FOR:


THE LI11-CITY Drive-In .to 1. Greater participation by all Dade citizens in Coun-
Theatre, the first of its kind
PLUS
established' years ago for Ne- ty government.

groes set-up:IS integrated. Here's the FLASH WILSON, M. C., 2. Return County Commission Ito a, legislative status f '

.At its beginning Negroes did
AND it of administrative duties
not patronize this Drive-in get out
Walk-in movie as its managers MAXIE NEWBOLD'S BAND
had hoped. Frustrated and los- 3. Better use of County funds' to cut down waste

ing money, Mr. Task, insteadof
2 Shows Nightly 11:30 and 2:30
going all-whlte, divided his ,4. Aj better ,business: "climate" that will attract/
movie into two parts, leaving Advance 1.75 ;At.Doqr42.25'. ''
the Negroes with best part. out-of-town firms
With this set-up Negroes began ICICICCI.CICICICICI.'CIC'C'C! 1CtICC'CICICCfC: :- "w"i i'' ifl-ir!xcKtxw, wtt.:'If l,
5. Faat: action on the Capitol Improvements Program
to patronize the theatreon '
this segregated basis. Business Sunday Teenage Matinee 4 tb 7 p.m" Adm. 1.00

began to flourish. Every Monday Biggest Celebrity Night in Town Dade's plan for future growth.
Recently Negro patrons were ,
1 COMING SOON!Ir
"allowed" to enter either ki* 6. More respect for zoning laws to insure planned '

they wish. (The ,,, .. .
,
,
sstvn'nle """"" *----p, : '
paying a $1.00 adm t r-..1i!t.?1"r.. po' :::'" k.,j<'',!M"; ;;4y .JJr, 'I. ,\ growth and protect our neighborhoods. '?
'
Negroes jfraia' the original 50 't; .'
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... 1k
cents admission e*+;,..::, : 1 7 Conservation of public lands and public assets for
The whites are now getting
hep and going to Negro side future'needs.,
and pocketing the extra GOc. t I *
It seems this wall In-between 8*S.leppedup program for building arterial expressikiJfr '
Is a stlmga to some rights organizations #
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that are picketing :"ways"and..tran.1t systems.
the Drive-In for its removal. t' t* 7' k.
If and when this is done, then 9. Upgrading of police and' fire protection and pub
everybody will be the
paying
$1.00 admission. lic utilities for unincorporated a/rea/

--WAS--CERTAINLY PHI glad 10. Strengthen County "conflict of interest" law.

when Liberty City barbers post < .
ported that hike in price of
hair cut (I am being cheated as
"The Architect for Dade's Future"
It is.) Some wanted to make
it a buck-six Jabberwock
Time is February 27. The JOHNNY ROUSE
theme this year is "Jaberwock
Goes Basin Street. Sounds Appearing nightly in
v
good. Just about all the Jab- F
berwocks have been given good Double Deck Lounge
ratings. They are for a worthy
PRYSOCK
cause and should be given great and Parisian' Room. ARTHUR STARNESDistrict

support .. '. That ,Pre-Mardi 'C we cwc tw iwwwc e cie i
Gras Dance at the Biscayne Sip your favorite cocktail and listen to music nightly'til
Terrace
Hotel was the begin-
ning of the Church of the In- 5 a.m. at Miami' FabulouaDouble

carnation's festival time. Hope

-it's attended-PB well. Deck Lounge 7 Lever 1OAT

the I Mildred AM A LITTLE Marion and LATE Prince on 728' NW 79th Street PL 1-9485 I


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Announcing Past PTA PresidentsTo

Civil ServiceExamination Be HonoredA c

For special invitation Is extended { 1 4t 2( wt i y 1r f fA

I. PARKING FACILITY to all parents and patronsof
ATTENDENT I Booker T Washington to at-
tend the regular PTA meeting
Salary $272 $315
Feb. 12. this
During meeting,
Education and
experience: the observance of Founders
High School Graduation bona
or
Day will feature a special ceremony -
fide G E. D. Certificate
; plus I
honoring all presi-
current Florida driver's license. past
dents of the PTA. All past presidents
II. MECHANIC'S HELPER are urged to be at the
Salary $314 $309 school not later than 7:45: pm.
Education and experience:I These activities will be held in
High School Graduation, or the spacious school auditorium. *
equivalent education. A mini-I I The program will begin at 8
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mum of one ((1)) year full time p.m. -, .. .-- .. -
paid experience as an Automo-, In addition and to the regular The Thirty-two voice Concert Seaboard of the United States, rano, a junior from Jacksonville -
tive meeting for
Mechanic Helper or a Sere ceremony past Chorale Bethune-Cookman I In contralto
of performing the following ; Carolyn Royal, ;
vice Station presidents, students who have
Attendant.III. made the honor roll for the College, Daytona, Beach, Fla., 'cities: Philadelphia, Washington, a Junior from Daytona Beach,
STOCK CLECK I third six weeks will be honored under the direction of Mr. Tho- D. C., New York City, Boston, Louise Polks, contralto, a sopho-
Salary $285 $362 Special Honor Badges will be mas D. Demips\ will be presentedin Buffalo and many others. In Nov.I more 'from Jacksonville, P.
Education and experience presented to both Junior and concert at Ebenezer Methodist I960, the Chorale performed in James Jenkins, Tenor, a
Graduation from High School.: senior high students. Church Feb. 0. 11 a.m. The Con- New York's Carnegie Hall. This!I Junior from West Palm Beach, ,;
Clerical experience may be sub- Archie Ayers Jr., is presidentof cert Chorale is composed of group is one of the Thirty-two Carreal Evans, Baritone, a
stituted for education on a the PTA. thirty-two men and women stu College Choirs of the United freshman from Ft. Pierec, and
year
for year basic, with maximum dents enrolled at the college, representing Negro College Fund which is William Ashford, Bass, a Junior
substitution of two ((2)) nearly every major heard weekly over the ABC from Orlando. The accompa-
One ((1)) year full time years.paid Jack Gordon on field of concentration with the raldo network. I nists are: Mary A. Merison, a
clerical or storeroom experi- Mike area of music contributing the The soloists with the Chorale senior from Ocala and Carolyn
ence is required, plus Florida Open majority of the members. this year are: Barbara Beck, Royal. '
driver's license. The chorale has toured extensively Soprano, a senior from Pensacola -) You are ''urged to hear this
Hendrik J, Berns will pre- the Eastern .
throughout Kathleen Crockett, Sop-j outstanding group.
All persons Interested In sent Jack Gordon, Dade County -
School Board member andP.
these
Talmadge positions Fair, should Greater contact Miami L. Tornllla Jr., executive I Ask Protection for ....+++..... . . .

Urban League, 395 Northwest secretary of the Classroom Race Discussion on Painting Contractor
1st St, FR 1-6476; not later than Teachers Association on "Open CouncilmanIn "Lamp Unto
Feb 18.Brownsville. Mike" next Sunday from 7 to a telegram to State and My
9 p.m. The topic is "EducationIn National government officials, Feet" WARNER HINES
Dade How Equal Are its the Florida State Conference of
Students Opportunities."? NAACP Branches has called "Race, the Church and High.
Appear on TV ,I for full protection of the rightsof er Education," a discussion of 1
Robert Scott, recently elect- the racial problem In the
Members of the ETV civics Dugie's Guest House ed to the City Council of Law- United States, will be presented -
class of Brownsville Junior tey, Florida. on "Lamp Unto My Feet"
High School appeared on Chan- The house of unusual rooms Faced with threats and a Sunday, Feb 9 ((1000-10.30:: : a.m.,
nel 2 recently to sing an original cross burning, Scott has considered EST) on the CBS Television
Open 24 hours NE 4.3851
song that members of the resigning from the Council. Network. a
civics class NAACP officals
wrote about "The talking
Bill of Rights." The partici- Seeing is BelievingSee with him have asked him to The broadcast marks the
pants enjoyed their TV debut us for clean room continue, in return, they would annual observance of Race Relations
and It was reported that audi- ask both the Governor of Flo- Sunday, by the Metho-
t ences in Dade and Broward Jamaica Dugie, always a rida and The Justice Depart- dist Church, to focus attentionon Licensed and InsuredBy
Counties were please with their friend ment to Insure that he will the general racial problemof
rendition. The participants were serve out his term, of office all minority groups in this City and County
GJennis Smith, Ethel Dixon, 2941 N.W. 47th St., Miami without intimidation or fear country, with particular em- Service phone FR 9-8685
Johnnie Marie Jones, Margaret from members of the Klan and phasis on the problem of such FREE ESTIMATES
i Burke, and Alice Sanders. I other anti-Negro forces. groups In higher education. ......... . . . ........1
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DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATION I


After due deliberation and careful consideration does hereby en-

dorse the following candidates: ," ,.


H FOR MAYOR 'H


Winston B. Wynne 2-A


For Metro Commissioner


District '. .,_,,I'. Candidate Lever No.

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2' Lew Whitworth6-A I

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M. Starnes r 10-A
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H BE SURE TO VOTE TUESDAYDade

." County Young Democratic AssociationKENNETH
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....... President HERBERT MUNNINGS Treasurer
WILLIAMS.......;............. Vice President DOROTHY SMALL .................................... Secretary
NATHANIEL DEAN lt ........................
EVELYN CARTER ...................:2nd Vice President, RUBY THOMAS Assistant, SecretaryDR. .
E.A.WARD Chairman of Board Pd.Pol.Adv.I

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'i CARDS MEMORIALS DEAITHS DEATHS Mrs. Sarah L. Roach of 3t 2

NW 17th St.; died'Feb. 3. Sur-
brother, Howard
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vivors are a
'! Styles and an aunt, Mrs. Beatrice
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. I CARD OF THANKSWe RANGE Styles. Services held on

I MISS LINDA SMITH of 2324 Thursday at St. Agnes Episcopal : -
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1964 1. ', Church. ?
the family of the late NW 74th Terr., died Feb.
MRS. ELIZABETH ARNOLDtake Linda was the 13-year-old *
-. W" this method of thankingyou daughter of Mr. and Mrs. MRS., EDITH W' HIGGS of

IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAM all for your kindness Charles Smith. Linda is survived 1627 NW 2nd A v /, died Feb. 3.
shown to us during our be- Wy her parents, five brothers. Survivors are two sisters, :Mil-

...,.. .. reavement. We thank you for! Services will be held Sat- lis L. Wilson and Myrtle Wrightof
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sad but loving memory of 1"rr"t', n. ... # New York City: two nephews
JrJ'II'; : the flowers, cards, telegrams, urday at 1 pm. at the Browns-
the late, '>/ and other kindnesses. ville Baptist Church. Earl and Charles Wilson of
prayers
ANDREW J. BROWN Sr. j Many thanks and may God South Carolina, a niece Agnes
I who departed this life January t bless you all. THOMAS L. THOMPSON, 7700 Robinson. Services Saturday
I 3, 1963. ,', I II 1030 at St. Agnes Epis-
The Family NW 15th Ave. died Feb. 2. He at : am.
; There's an open gate at the end .,->.; lived in Miami for more than' copal Church.
,
of the road, /* 40 Mr. Thompson is sur-
THANKSThe years.
CARD OF
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Through which each must go ,.;, vived by his wife Luella. Ser- FRED
1534 NW
alone S. NOBLE of
go i? late vices at 4 in the
: family of the Saturday pm.
And there in a light we cannotsee '"," MRS. ANNIE DEBORAH chapel. i 1st Ave., died Feb. 2. Surviving -
I his wife Georgie two
1 BECKWITHwish are ;
Our father claims his own to thank the friends and AARON DAVID ANDERSON nieces, Mary Payne and Mrs.

t Beyond the gate our loved one neighbors, and various organizations Jr., 1302 NW 62nd St. died Feb. Oswald Sands, a sister-in-law.
Finds happiness and rest. in the
I Services held Friday
I for their kindness extended 4. He was a native of Miami
And there is comfort in the
fI I them during their be- and had spent his entire life chapel.
thought reavement. Words alone cannot in the area, except during his
That God knows best.
I a loving their heartfelt thanks. of in the Army. He
Mrs Geneva Brown, wife express tour duty JAMES GROOVER of 146
Mrs. Rena Brown, mother The Family I 1 I ris survived' by ,his wife, Gladys Es-, NW 13th St.,' died Jan. 31 leav-
his mother
Mrs. Delores Lawson, four children, ing to mourn a wife, Bessie,
Yvonne and Cassandra IN MEMORIAM I tella J. and two brothers, Leon two uncles, Mose and David, an
ard and Solomon. Services Mon
Rebecca Filmore. Services
Brown aunt
daughters ,
Andrew J, Jr., Pernell, a In sad but loving memory of day, Feb. 10 at 1 p.m. in the Monday at 230: p.m. in the
Cornelius and Isiah our beLoved husband, father, chapel.I chapel.
4 son and brother, -
Brown
sons : I I
RII{ SMITH Sr., 1874
ARNOLD BLATCH of 1935
.. 'Xi NW 64th St. died Tuesday, Feb.
IN MEMORIAMIn In loving memory of our dear j 4 4. He is survived by his wife, NW 5th Ave., died Jan; 31. Surviving -

husband and father Ella, his son, YorIck Jr., two are a brother, Aaron, a
CAREY MARShALLwho step-daughters: Sheila Hagginsand niece and a nephew. Arrange-
loving memory of our hus
band' and grand father, departed this life Febru- i,'7 '*' Betty McCartney, four stepsons ments are Incomplete. .
ary 11, 1963. ,, I Ivan, Cleveland, Charlesand
Gone, but not forgotten. I William McCartney. Ser- "
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R Martha Marshall, wife fh'I
vices Monday at the African MANKER
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Carletha and Juliette,
I Orthodox Church on 3rd Court
daughters 1
at 10 a.m.
J if WILLIE HOMER WILLIAMSof
I If' 6201 NW 17th Ave., died Feb.

IN MEMORIAMIn : .. 1. Service was held Thursday
I r r ; ".\ : IN MEMORIAMIn 7 p.m. in the chapel. The body
will be shipped to Lemon City,
loving memory of our Ga. for final rites. He is sur-
dear mother and grandmother, I sad but loving memory of vived
husband by a mother, Betty Wi1-
ELIZABETH NEMO my ,
Hams McCrae four sisters Betty
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who departed this life Febru- _.
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ary 8, 19G3.There's .
Mae Smdth and Sammie Lee
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end of an the open road gate at the :1 Well; 7 brothers, Curtis, L. C.

Through which each must go ykilCLINTON"; :. r Arthur, Edison, Frank Jr., Tom
alone rt1' .'.. ''..'... ;; .f >- 4t'f' ,',, and Fred Maloy.
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And' there Is a light we cannotsee :&'f''W' '... ... \ : EDDIE SIMMS.
of 58 NE 8th
Our father, claims his own. a a 1 1I 1t St, died Feb 1. Chapel services
she MOBLEY Thursday. He is survived by a
May rest in peace. I
The Family who departed this life Febru- sister, Mary Jane of Winston-
ary 3, 1962. t Salem, N.C., a brother Tlllman
Sleep on dear loved one of Winston-

S. IN MEMORIAMIn Sleep on and take your rest ,,
We loved YOU but God loved i DENNIS MICKENS of 918
you best.Mobley NW 5th Ave., died Feb. 2. He is
LOTT ANDREWSwho loving remembrance of I and Nelson Families survived by a brother, Henry.
departed this life Febru- .,. --,..- Arrangements are incomplete.
ary 7, 1961. <
Gone, but not forgotten. May "i' ''I IN MEMORIAM

your soul rest in peace and ''I ,' ""IE> ,.' ALBERT
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light perpetual shine upon you. .' ": : '' 'fIn loving memory of my dear ,

Mittie Andrews, wife husband, MARVIN J, THOMPKINS, 2-
Children and grandchildrenIN tii MIR. WALLACE WILI50RN Mrs.
who departed this life Febru- yearoldLsoThompkinsa died at

ary 9, 1962. the home of his aunt, Mrs An-
MEMORIAM No mortal can with him com- nie Mae RichlAirg Jan. 30. Ser

:' pare, vices Saturday, 10 am. at the
In memory of the late, Among the sons of men, ROBERT C. JOHNSONwho Triumph Church.
_..., Fairer Is he than all the fair, departed this life FeWru-
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'ItI That fill the heavenly train. ary 8, 1963.Eternal Graveside services were held
I
Mrs. Valeria Wilborn, wife rest grant unto him, for the infant daughter of Mr.
I I II I' And Family O Lord, and may light perpetual and Mrs. Robert ,Hightower on
shine upon him. May he Thursday. 'I. '

I II I IN MEMORIAM rest Sadly in peace.missed by his wife and MRS. BARBARA J. HARD-

1 N daughter, Madge Johnson, Mrs.
R I NETT, native Miamian and
In sad but of
I II loving memory R. Lee
our dear aunt, .1 Myrtle ; son-in-law, graduate of BTW High School
Robert J. Lee and the
I : MRS. LOUISE KNOWLESwho I family. class of 1958, died Feb. 2. Her

passed to, eternity Febru husband, Azell Jr., parents Mr.

'. ary 11, 1962. and Mrs. Robert Sands; sister,
:,\ I Gone, but, not forgotten. May IN MEMORIAM Winifred Sands; two brothers,
,i' ,she rest in peace. grandparents, survive. Services
{ And light perpetual shine HIIMk1] Saturday at 3 pm. at Fir i s t
: ANDREW A. HOPKINSwho upon her. ZjWrfZ Baptist Church of.;Bunche Park.
,. '.* I Il passed away January 27, Mrs. Esther Johnson, niece A senior'at'Clark'CtolleVe/Mre.; .
ttardinett
1961. And Family "resided-at-6208 NW

Gone Is the face we loved so 14th Ct. She will be on view In
I well IN MEMORIAM the Opa-locka chapel from 1

Silent the voice we loved .to jyn Friday
hear In loving memory of
Too far away; for sight or j MRS. EDITH KNOWLES SAMUEL C. SIMMONS, 1618
: speech SANDS NW 3rd Ave., died Feb.-2. Hes
i. But not too far .for thought to who {departed from this life on survived ,by his wife, Mary;
reach February 5, 1963. mother ,of Syracuse, N. Y. as
SYLVIA WILLIAMS Sweet to recall him once so Father, in thy gracious keeping well as other relatives. Arrange.
who departed this life February near Leave we now thy servant ments are incomplete.
i 5, 1963. And who though absent Is Justas ,sleeping. -
Gone, but not forgotten.I dear :The Family SYLVESTER MOULTIIV,
want to thank all friends The Family husband of Essie Mae died Feb.

I for your kind words of sympathy IN MEMORIAMIn L He Is also survived by a son.
Roy Lee father
,
for cards, letters and tele CARD OF THANKSThe memory of Mr. and Mrs. L.and K. stepmother Moultry of
grams.
w .- Charlie Williams, son family of the late, MRS. LUIiA JOHNSON Ft. Lauderdale; three brothers
0, ,- MRS. ALBERTA WRIGHT who departed this life Febru- v 'xk Pt R and six sisters. Servics Satur
FREDERICK ary 6, 1962. day at 1 p.m. at The Triumph
l CARD OF THANKS who passed away on January 1 May the soul of the faithful Church. Prince H. MObley pastor -

20, wishes to thank the many departed through the merciesof
We, the family of the late friends and neighbors who remembered -, God rest in peace.

I ELLIOTT PRINCE them during their Mrs. Elizabeth Whitehead In loving memory of my Plan now ,to attend*, I
I thank all who And Family dear wife
wish to were ,hours of bereavement.The >
kind to during our bereave- many cards and other I LILLIE, MAE BRUNSON
t ment. Especially do we thank expressions of sympathy will IN ,MEMORIAM who departed this life February THURSDAY, FEB.,27'Jabberwoclc
Rev. Hicks[ and the Francis long be cherished in remembrances 3, 1959.
Funeral Home. Thanks to all In loving memory of Gone, but not forgotten. t
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c : rd r .. for kindness and cars, cards Again, many thanks,' and HORATIO SWEETING May you rest In peace In the .
floral 'pieces and telegrams. God s blessings upon one and who departed this life on Feb arms of Jesus. That eternal 8
4 1 May God bless each and every. all. v ruary_ 7, 1953. rest. A place some where p.m. ,.
one of you. Thomas Frederick I I Gone, but not forgotten.Henrietta' where spirits dwells.
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3-BEDROOM'-IIOME I
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tra lot, 50x100, sensational bargain : I SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8, 1964 PAGE 13 I'I
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2-BEDROOM,, 1T bath FIA *
I home, $300 down $77 month.. $15 in Merchandise '
I Ferf /"t lotion, 'l' cnster Real I II
ty PL 9-8779. v *" \ | Just bring this ad in to I

-NO-CLOSING--- ,COSTS :3-b'ed-t; I I MICHAEL'S FASHIONfor

ruoms, separate garage, new I I ,"
JX'wf.\ freshly painted refinished I your' certificate. You may be the lucky winner
FOR RENT hardwood floors', appliances.
*, FOR RENT ?i'lce is $9,500; only$:500 down : of this \pfize. Nothing to buy. We are next door to
and $77 per month. Life Woolworth in the Perrine
2-BEDDROOM HQJJSE FURNISHED Shopping Center.
.living Realty .'
1-bedroom 4932
room, dining room? Fla.r !, apt. NW 7 Ave. PL .
with
yard and .
,
room
porch. Open xxr
kitchen, bath and carporte. Fur sonable, for information Very; rea .. evenings and SundaystFULLY ,

Ave nished or untym. ,6500 :NW "a' ,:OX 1-2426. call FURNISHED :3-VeH- +-....444.............. ... +.+... .. .....+. ._...-.-.-.-r

--__----- ,A room CBS with separate garage -
NICE
It CLEAN ROOM BEST BUYS IN TOWN
;lll'private furn. awnings, stove, retrlji ra-
BEAUTIFULLY>)
Furnished home.
PL 7-1007 tor, washing
room, private bath I is machine. Price Low Down Payment HomesCBS
private entrance ( F7 $13.500) ,, $100 ..rlOvn'Hndl $84
wall to wail carpet, big' month. lAte ,
Realty, 4932 NW -o-
walk-in closet, 1855 NW 69 St. FURNISHED 2-bedroom duplex 7 Ave. PL 9-4371
adults or will take child days and Sundays. Open even 3-bedtroom, 2 bath, front jalousied porch hard
2 ROOMS, 1 with twin up to 3 ,
beds, the years old. Furn. l bedroom
other with single bed. Nice private all modern, adults Ph.- NO CLOSING I wood floors, stove, refrigerator, 2-car garage, many
COSTS
home, cold and hot water. MU 1-0325. Iv CBS in heart of Manor- Lov Park.eextras.. Only $11,000 total. $350 down. Owner pajysclosing '

Phone 634-2263, 2491 NW 59 f Tile roof, Florida Room, large costs.
St. fenced yard. The bedrooms are ----o--
FOR SALE very large. Price is $11,000,
NEW 3-BEDROOM APT. Un- $250: down and $77 month. Own CBS 2-bedroom, Florida room, large kitchen, diningarea

OX furn.1-0789 References, deposit, call BEAUTIFUL Chinese Pug er will pay closing costs. Life hardwood floors, tile roof, extra, large garage
after 6 p.m py, 7 months, male, all shots.pup- 9-4371.Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL with utility room fruit trees. $12,500 total, $400

FURNISHED Champion blood line, reason down. No closing costs.
efficiency, $15 able
week
days. Call Miss ConnIe I
week, 6741 'NW 6th Ct. FHA TERMS
at 3-bedrooms,
Lory's, PL 7-4523, Sun -0-
ROOM in nice private home, days PL 8-8249. 2 rooms baths extra, CBS large, Fla., 3-bedrooms room. The, I No qualifying, 2 bedroom, large front porch, dining

2531 NW 55 St Phone NE 2-BEDROOM house CBS third bedroom h a s its own i room, appliances, garage. This neat house only
fenced
4-5744. screened patio, close to is entrance and bathroom. Price I $8,500 total/ $89 month pays all.
I only $12,400.
school and stores. $100 down and
LOVELY SMALL Sacrifice, $85 month. Life --0-
efficiency reasonable offer. 6218698. Realty, 4932
apt for one person $15 week. NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Duplex, no qualifying, two bedroom apts. One apt.

Nice nren4.,house Nm. fIU_on!; BD corner ot$20 I LOVELY_'-1_ OL '2DEDROOlhouse._ Sundays and evenings. comes completely furnishedl Screened front porch
--- "vv. ;rent:ucrul with jinK leliee. Will sell or NO CLOSING COSTS Love and rear porch. Only $8,500 total, $80 month. Rent

3-ROOM HOUSE $12.50, hot, purchase. Nice money small applying to ly CBS 3-bedrooms, large from 1 apt. pays' off mortgage.
cold water furn. 1809 NW 5 Ct. only. $22 per week. NE 5-5566.family front screened porch, awnings, -A-
phone 634-3177.. Also furn. I 1 stove, refrigerator, separate
house, 9 rooms, 2 baths, money EXECUTIVE HOME garage has complete bathroom MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS
maker. $27 cold Open 2-5 Price is $11,500, with $250 IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH
hoth water. Sunday, real classy, custom ,
1817 down
NW 5th and owner
634-3177. I built on double corner lot. All pays closing
2 full baths, den costs. Life Realty, 4932 NW 7
FURNISHED 1-BEDROOM room breakfast large I.la. Ave. PL 91371. Open Sundays SHELL REALTY
apt. nook,
775 NW 69 St. Utilities garage and evenings.
adults and
carporte. Need some cash,
only. terms arranged. Drive to 4851 NO QUALIFYING. Almost 4260 NW 7th Ave. 758.5551 *

2 Can ROOMS in private home, furn. NW Ben-Kori 5 Ave., Realtor, see today, 714 NW or call 62 Oaths beautiful CBS.2-bedroom, 2 f u new 1 1 '..+,+.... .................... ...................
also share Each bedroom has
kitchen St. ,
with nites PL
9-5 33
;> days PL Its
private bath. No children, 5428 4-3431. own entrance and its own
NW 13 Ave. Use of kitchen beautiful bathroom. Flat tile

-living room. and $250- DOWN, 3-bedrooms, $9,200 I I modern roof, wall kitchen to wall, awning closets,,- large win Finest Selections In Miami

ROOM, single total, cute home, awnings, good' dows, etc. Price is only $12,500 /
lady
working area. Ben-Kori
Realtor
nights and
If middle you are age,looking nice clean for quiet. PL 0-5533, days PL, 4-3431. $85 month.monthly Life payments Realty, 1032 are Lovely homes open
a home I
with one lady call NE 5-5283. LIKE NEW HOUSE for $11,500 Sundays NW 7 Ave.and PL evenings.0-4371 Open NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ

'total Large rooms, big kitchen, I Term Less Than Rent
NW 1-BEDROOM 51 unfurn. apt. 3370 $79 month pays all. $250 down I .
'4-4321 Terr. or call Gilbert NE Call Ben-Kori, Realtor, nights HELP WANTEDI I
St. or come to 3371 NW 51 PL 9-5533, lays PL 4-3431. I I I 1779 NW 45th StreetCBS

DRIVE BY I EXPERIENCED Beauty operators 3-bed room, oak floors, carporte and appliances.
2-BEDROOM 510 NW 46 i St;, two with clientele. Call OX
HOUSE, enclosed Fla. rooms, down $77 month. $9,000 total price
Igarage, nice lovely CBS, garage, 1-0047 or CQ1-1G02. I II $300 per,
grounds, $15.50 awnings, "fefltjid flower .
.
.
_:
'weekly or $60 monthly, 3m house, 'outsIde.. pa tiO.1fA .muet I MAN' TO SHINE SHOESr and )0. -
-:,Y21 St WI 5-1131. see':.''Ben-Korl, Ulealtor, .TH NW anal ager shop;; Phone v *I125'NW 37th Street
,: 62 St. Night' 0-5533 ext 237, ask for AiCrwford.
CLEAN modem $urri.'. room, PL, 4-3431,. ,'lj"TL :, days' I Sharp 2-bedroom; ',Fla. room, hardwood floors, and*
private Couple oath and entrance. I' ) dPERAT4A.a,1.VogueBeauty fenced ',,yard. $3QO down, $77 month, $9,000 total
7-4767. only, no cooking; 4'PLBEDROOM 2nIbDROOl'mod, tn ,home, Box, ,020, NW 3rd'' :Ave. price. -
,: "1' carporte, feifcod., back 'yard FR"4-0130. I. < ,0 w I .' "i .
hardwood! 'flOjlt; '11lce' location, -- --
-
In quiet cottage' apt.. 'furn $89 Aib: plussmall down' pay!,1 GUARANTEED N.V.: live-In 518 NW 46th Street
75 St. 'nelR'h rhood. 1012 NW ment.- Total;,'pride; $12,500. Drive maid Jobs. $35-$55 wk. Fare
PL S-4925. by then panus: 7750 NW 9 advanced. Mallory Agency, Beautiful CBS bedroom, Fla. room, oak floors,

SEVERAL ---d 1 BEDROOM Ave., Fenster: RealtPL* 1 Lynbrook,. N.Y. M21 tile roof and! appliances. $400 down, $71 month.
all 9-8779. r
turn apts, Manor R $11,700 total price.
Park area: I MALE FEMALE beauti-
a$00.to fu $75' month, also \h, large SA1ALL HOME, completely cian, junior or senior. Call -._....... > .'
I' n 3-bedroom ,I00tJIlO furn.-for a*8mall' family, small '757-0458 or PL 4-3028. i
t Q t 0FOR 0 335 NW 46th Street
1alty'PLc9.;. 8779r 1.j IfionthJy payment. ,Move right BARBER
IfL i We have ,key to show.' Fen- best location in town, Pretty CBS 2-bedroom, Fla. room, garage and ap-
ask for Mr. Jones or Mr. Bark-
ster Realty, .PL 9-8779. ,
. SALE: ,ff Ii I Icy, 1486 NW 5th place. F15 pliances. $400 down, $74 per month, $12,000 total

.No closing costs, no. qtiatiiiHome 3-BEDROOM HOME on large price. .
:fying I corner, with many'extras, plus Dorsey PTAThe --- --- -
and income 'extra home for additional
income regular JTA meeting at
:Beautiful all this priced for only Dorsey Jr. High School will be 4000 NW 18th Avenue
well-kept 2-bed $12,250. Let us arrange this for I Monday night, Feb. 10. All parents School teachers special I Gorgeous CBS 3-bedlroom,
:room, you. Call us now, Fenster Realty are asked to please be
corner CBS.
New PL 0-8779. / present. Fla. room, tile roof, carporte and) appliances on two

.awning window., partly furnished big lot. $400 down, FHA terms. $13,000 total price.

: awning., wall to -s ,

'wall!! carpeting, drapes, rugs, FOR SALE: CARVER RANCHES 1738 NW 39th Street

etc. bedrooms., CBS Southwest 27th -Street and!! SW Huge CBS 3-bedroom, 2-bath plus 1-bedroom, 1- .

bath rental, .$600 down. No closing costs. FHA terms

Extra CBS house has bedl 19th Street. Small down payment with $65 and $75 .-__.. .

room, kitchen ,monthly.,, 2 lots, 143 x 105 on SW 56th Ave. Also lot We have largest selections of CBS 2 and 3 bedroom
living room,
homes in lovely Manor Park.
shower. on 24th St. and 52nd Ave. $1,025 cash
(The Broker that works for you)

Total Only $14,000 MIAMI AREA

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741 N.AV. 77th Terrace. L/ow dotmpnymrnt, $RO monthly
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MIAMI TIMES. MIAMI FLA. J. E. Jenkins, pastor CHURCHRev Welcome! to the

J Ruby Lee Carr, reporter S. L. Gay, pastor Liberty Choir Union of Greater
Services were like old time Lest we forget that Sundayis Miami, will convene In your

revival throughout the day as the ,termination of the Baby fair city. There you willable be
.1 our pastor deliverel both mes- Contest. Please let everyone. do to hear some of Miami's
sages. You will have to hear his part. best choirs and groups and
him and I am sure you will Choir No. two wishes to take other outstanding singers -
agree with me that he is a re- this method in welcoming Mrs. 'many. Such as: Miami Gospel

vivalistic preacher.The Muriel N. Williams to our choir Chorus, Mt. Olive Choir No.1,
pastor will be preaching Also, choir number two invitesall First Corinth Choir No, 1,
in the Seaboard .:Baptist Assoc friends to attend the termi, Choral Group of Miami, Mt
iation Feb. 6 in Dania.
nation of the contest that will Aaron Choir No. 1 and a Spec
We extend our get well be given some lucky person a lal guest Don't miss this treat,
wishes to Deacon George But- trip to Nassau. I
and cordially in
,\ Sis. Earlsyn Jordan in Jacksonler A sale will be held at the you yours are

In Veterans Hospital and' home of one of our members,I vited.It .

I r Hospital and all of our other, Mrs. Williams. This will be held I will be held at Mt. Olive
I' sick mem/bers./ Visitors are al, Saturday night, Feb. 8. Please. Baptist Church at 17th Ave. and
/.; I r ways welcome in our services. come out and help us. The 69th Terr., Sunday afternoonat

) church is praying for Mrs I 3 o'clock on Feb. 9.

MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Brown, who is the organist for Rev. N. Nixon, pastor; Dea-

,I II Choir No. one; she was con con G. W. Smith, president,
Rev. S. Atchinson, pastor fined to the bed on last Sunday I Deacon Roscoe Ector, reporter.
Constance Carter reporter thus missing the service.We .
Come see a man, which told wish to remind all choir
me all things that ever I did; members that the rehearsalsfor
I is this the Christ? St. John the Saster Pageant have be SHILOH BAPTISTRev.

4:29.: I gun. This Is not for the teenage A. M. Griffin pastorSis.
I KELLY'S CAHPEL ST. JAMES AME We are thankful to God for choir only; there are speakingand C. M. Mvles, reporter
the glorious time that we had motion"parta that need to 1395 NW 09th Street
METHODIST CHURCH Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor last Sunday, along with the, be given to adults also. Your Sunday Feb. 9, will be Men's

Sunday, Feb.; 91, will be observedas Bert Cooper that reporterIt reporterwas Lord's Supper and a visitationof cooperation in this matter Day. The morning speaker will

Race Relations Sunday, as seems anxious your for Home the Holy Spirit. woull be greatly appreciated. I be Rev. W. M. Davis along with
a means of educating the churchin very to arrive. He consist- Baptism will be administerednext The big event that every the male choir of First Baptist
regards to better race rela- coming that this cream Sunday morning at 8:30:. member of Mt. Herman has from Brownsville.
tions and the needs of Negro ently reported calendar o'clock Rev. Pickett and his been waiting for has finally ar
I schools. event on our church congregation will be at Mt. rived. The Celestial Choir will At 3 p. m., the speaker will be
slated for the
Frank C. yearly was I Calvary Friday night, Feb. 14 fest Rev. Rosco Jackson along with
Our pastor, Rev. fourth Sunday in February. present a song on Sunday
the male choir of Greater New
Cambridge, during morning wor Homecoming will be the fourth, in behalf of the Calendar afternoon, at church. All memo Macedonia Church.
Baptist
ship will emphasize Negro Edu Sunday in March! If you were I Drive. bers are asked to come out and
cation In the Methodist Church. mistakenly confused, forgiveme. There are a number of sick hear this new choir under the For the evening, at 7p.m. the

During Evening worship, a By the time the fourth people. Let us remember to direction of Mrs. Inez Anderson. Rev. McGriff of Antioch Bap-
tist Church will
Church for them and give them a speak along
film, "The Inclusive Sunday arrives you may become pray .
with the male choir of
will be shown and the discuss weary of reading about it word of encouragement. Also Liberty
I of remember that the doors of Mt. City! to render music.
sion following the showing in these spaces and come to St. TRIUMPH CHURCH
I the film will be led by Mrs. L. James just to see what all the Calvary are always open to you. Prince H. Mobley, pastor to Everyone attend the Is cordiallx.invited Men's Day -
N. Felts, secretary of Chlrstlan is about. program
fuss Sis C. McKinney, reporter
Social Relations for the Woman's The first quarterly conferencewill GRACE PRESBYTERIAN I I Last Sunday, the services .

Society of Christian Service of be held this Friday night, 6895 NW 15th Avenue were most Inspiring and enjoy.
I the South Eastern Jurisdictionof All members are urged to at Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor
the Methodist Church. tend, especially the officers of "Faith is the substance of able.The evening services were MT. ZION AME

I The public is cordially Invited the church. All officers will be things hoped for, the evidenceof conducted by brother W. Williams -
attend and the relationof officially installed. Rev. H. E. Greene, pastor
to see things not seen. He- ; after the devotional ser
the Central Jurisdiction to Have you visited St. James brews 11:1.: vice our pastor delivered a I Evelena Glenn, reporterMt.
the Methodist Denomination. lately. Folk of most denomi- Our morning sermon will be wonderful sermon "Thy King-! Zion was at its best on
nations take delight in comingto on that great subject of dom Come", I last Sunday, the spirit was
the "friendly church" to "Faith." I lOur revival meetings are still I, high during the morning ser-
RIDGEWAY CHURCH OF worship. You may see a Bap Members, are you rallying? In process, and the Lord is vice. Our pastor brought to us a

GOD OF PROPHECY I I tist, Episcopalian Presbyterian Men and women who wish to truly blessing us; there are II I wonderful message and Choir
Bishop R. 13. Davis, pastor or a Church of God member Join the Usher Board, contact six persons on the altar. No. one sang. There were five
Elder H. Cox, reporterWe enjoying the services and informality Charles Smith, and come to I This Friday, Sunday and Joiners In the morning; service
thank God for his wonderful of the members. Friday night meetings at 8:30: Monday, our honorable State and quite a number of visitors
blessings that we received on at the church. Junior and sen- Mother, M. A. Hanskine will which we welcome at all times
last Sunday.Schools NEW MACEDONIARev ior high teenagers, contact Mrs. I visit with us. Won't you comic During the evening service our
started the day off' Roscoe Jackson pastor Barbara Savoy and Mrs. Zeola and hear what Thus says the pastor brought to us another
with a great attendance. Then Sister Netta Kelly reporterAnd Jones, and come to the Wed-I Lord through our State Mother touching' service.All .
\', as time came for our morning as Jesus passed by He nesday evening Youth Fellow- Notice I I I I
service people from all walks of saw a man which was blind ship meetings. I Monday, Feb. 10-16( Prince H.' the members are working
life their for from his birth. St. John 9:1. 3 toward our Men's Day on the
began making way : Congratulations to the grow- Wiliams will conduct a revival
the church to start on time with, We ''had a glorious time all ing Senior Choir for its reli-I meeting for Rev. J. W. Smith at fourth Sunday, In March. The is
chairman
Men's
songs and praises to God. Sun-! day last Sunday. The messagewas able Saturday night rehearsalsand his church In Hallandale, 1002 for Day
Bro. Robert Thomas Jr.
day was the first Sunday, and brought forth by our pas. its fine performances on Pembrook Road. Come one, ,
it was devoted to a special tribute tor. Twelve were added to the Sundays.The I come all.BAHA'I. and co-chairman brother James
I
to the pastor. We had also church. Jones. Every member and every
Sunday School Teachersare
R I with us on Sunday morning The Christian Voices will calling their children to ASSEMBLYMrs. i I board are asked to be ready
with a one hundred per-cent report
Evangelist Samuel D. Humes render at the churchon
a program
bigger and better efforts in
McCormick Internationally
Margery that the lestten's
to be
from the, Bahamas Island. Evangelist Sunday, Feb. 9. Everyone is punctuality and Sunday School on day
Humes invited. noted Baha'i teacher Day ever. We are still
was our morning
attendance. and world traveler, will speakat asking all Interested young: per.
speaker and It to Let's not forget to for
appeared us I pray Members, are you winning
a public lecture sponsored by sons to come out to league on
like the windows of heaven our sick and shut-in.
j were souls to Christ? Do have
you the Baha'i Assembly of Miami
Sunday afternoon, at 4:30: p.m.
opened and all the blessings
,. relatives and friends without a
and to be held 8 p. m. Saturday,
}E were falling our way. He used ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev. church home? Make up whileit Feb. 8, at 1000 SW 27th Ave.
f for a subject "Light" and he Is yet day, and bring them
Her subject will be "A World
P. W. Willams :
went on to point out the importance pastor with to Grace. MT. CARMEL BAPTISTRev.
\ light plays in the life of a Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporter you I Safe for Humanity. I D. A. Bradley pastor
Miss Olive Alexander Execu-
p Christian.We "And we know that all things Elder Edward Harris has ,
i Christine Cohen, reporterHe
j tive Director of James E. Scott
know that you will enjoy work together for good to them been incapacitated in the hos-
that love God Community Association, will be first findeth his own brother
to them who
I If visit for
Sunday of weeks
yourself over a couple
us pital
you on -
are the called according to his but he and his team have been Chairman for this event. The Simon, and salth unto him, We
purpose." Romans 8:28. doing wonders In the Men's public is cordially invited to at have found the Messias, whichIs
tend. Admission is free. being interpreted the Chlrst.
Sunday, Feb. 9, will terminate Day campaign, which climaxeson ,
ST. MARY'S W. M. our annual rally. We are look- the fourth Sunday. Are we St. John 1-41. Theme: "Tell

.' Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor ing forward to a successful going to let a patient in the NEW HOPE BAPTIST Somebody Else."

; Miss Dorothy Major, reporter day.St. hospital make a better showIng Rev. W. R Rims! pastor: Beginning this coming Fri-
Luke is
sponsoring "A than we?,, Who will becomeMr. ,.
Junior Church A T Stephens reporter day night at 8 p.m., the Junior
Sunday our Red Valentine Tea"
Sunday Presbyterian at the
climax Services were well attended Choir of our will star their
I will be In charge of the music Feb. 16 3 I anniversary -
to 5
p.m. p.m. at, 1790 of our drive? Rev. Savoy?
last Our
I on Sunday. pastor and this
gave ,
Sunday
department. Choir No. 2 will NW 5th St. This tea is in behalf Elder Harris? Elder Fanlel?
his message with and afternoon they will close
power out.
be in of the
charge night'ser- of Wilbert Halloway In his
Elder Baldwin? Deacon
Williams spirit, and it was received with Won't and
you come help give
vice. Our pastor will be in
Scouting Donation 50
: charge all day. cents. program. ? Trustee Leverity? Trus- the Joy of, the,.. Holv Spirit.. The our young people a good start.
r tee HIggs? Mr. Bruton? Time
Senior Choirs and Usher Boards Bible Class
Funeral services'will be held The Deaconesses I every Tuesday
are having *
and dollars
will tell.
served throughout the day and night at .mr
7:3iYp:
2 A
; Saturday at p.rnfor/ Bro. Pretty Hat Tea Sunday, Feb. ,
there
,' Henry Kemp also known as 23, 4 to 6 pjn. at the church. they were at best. Prayer meeting every Tuesday
We wish to thank all of our night at 8 p.m.
r l I f "East Coast. The speaker will be Mrs. M BEREAN S. D. A. CHURCH visitors that worshipped with us.
f Ways and Means will meet at Athalie Range. Mrs. Annie M.
I
.f;
I Elder J. Hinson, pastor come again, you are always wel
Sunday Feb. 8. All Covington
p.m. members president; donation
Miss Let continue
Van Della Green, reporter come. us to pray
are requested to be out. $1.00. MOUNT
t You are invited to attend a for our sick and shut-ins We SINAI BAPTIST
"i musical extravaganza featuringas were very happy to see Mrs. 1419 N. W. 5 Place
t. I ,a,. NEW PROVIDENCE SALTERS CHAPEL A M.E. Rev. S. A.
Thomas
., special guest Mrs.. Balaban, Perry L. Peace in Service on Pastor
Rev.": C. J. Burney, pastor Rev. H. J. Benson pastor Mr. Bryant, Mr. Mades S. D. A. last Sunday, and hoping for a Sunday morning we were-
3K: Claudia Wilson reporter Flossie Marshall reporter School Choir and others. Sunday speedy recovery for all our spiritually uplifted with a mas-.
." Let your conversation be What a wonderful) service Feb. 9 at 4 o'clock In the shut-ins. sage form our pastor, "Put On
without covetousness; and be throughout the day. Choir No. Liberty Square Auditorium, ZION HOPE BAPTIST The Armor Of God That Ye-
content with such things as ye 1 was In charge. A wonderful (5304 NW 14th Ave. Admission May Be Able To Stand Against
have: for lIe hath said; I will :sermon was delivered by t h e adults 50 cents. children 25c Rev .T, P. Blacknell. pastor The Vlles Of The Devil."

never leave thee nor forsake p94tor. I Benefit church Building Fund.Announcement Port Ooper. r< nort* r The message, Rev. J, Polite
Fr, '," the. Hebrews 13-5. Guess what? The men are, I Last Sunday which was pave was very insplrltlonal
We were blessed throughout planning: their Men's Day pW-1 I I Holy Oommunlon Day, we hada Sunday night speaking from

., ', the day Sunday, and the spirit gram for the fourth wonderful time throughoutthe the ext "The Conquering
f .... was high. The pastor preached April. Bro. Cleo Rankins is the The Rev. Otis Sample will be day; both the morning and 1lng. *
'p;:" {, two soul stirring semon. chairman, Bro. Thomas Fred- the guest speaker at the Co- evening message were delivered -
; We still have a number of prick, co-chairman. The wo-, rinth Baptist Church this coming hy our pastor. Don't forget the tea Sunday.
,, sick{ on the list, and we ask men are wishing you God-, Wednesday, Feb. 12 at 8 The song service was rendered Feb 9, at brother Leonard
( that you remember them in your speed in your program. And p.m. Along with the Male by both senior choirs. Baldwins home 3090 NW 48
Yi prayers: also visit them. We are ready to help. The pastor Chorus of Jordon Grove Baptist Junior Choir No., two mem- Terr., from 4 to 6 p.m.
. are looking forward to having will go to Jacksonville for the Church. The Corinth Choir bers are asked to be present on Sunday night, Feb. 9, winds
t a fine time in the association in Founder's Day Celebration in, No. 1 and you and yours are Saturday afternoon at 5:30: for up our second auxiliary night
, which our pastor will deliver, the AME Church, Feb. 12. cordially invited. The Corinth rehearsal The Willing Workers for the year, come out and let's
the closing sermon Sunday All visitors are welcome to,! Choir No. 1 is the sponsor. Rev. Huh will meet at the home of help the Sunday School. BTU
afternoon at 2:30: p.m., at Bethel worship with us. May God bless Thomas, pastor. Deacon Roscoe sister JMattl Town! ents on and Junior Women League,

M. B. Church Dania, Fla. you. i Ector, president. Sunday Afternoon, at 3:30: p.m. reach a Joyous climax.

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SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8, 1964 PAGE
15 300 Golfers

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L's LIr'lie Id Spearing In North-South Tourney


I- ,
elI r More than 300 men and wo- name of Ray Mitchell insofar as
With ."""J.r men are expected to comptetfor the North-South is concerned, it
I, Sports : honors in the 11th annual has been learned that Ray had
it. Miami North-South Golf Tour- been unaLfle to obtain financial
'Co nament, Feb. 21-28, at the Miami backing for the 190 event and
It, i 11) IMllllY SPEAR Springs course. that it would therefore not be

11. ... .... ... ............... ... ...... ... ....... ONIGHn Lee Elders, Los Angeles, and held at all.However .
James Holloway, Newark, N, J., in order to save the
Hail! Hail! The 1 RITZI ZIVIC HOMER'VIL' the men's pro and amateur division tournament and to continue its
reid LIAMS, JOHNNY JADICK and winners, respectively, annual presentation without in
Gang All HereA unmeroua others had one of 11 Exciting Races are expected to defend their terruption, a local committeewas
)n the longest titles. Women's Althea
careers. He boxer champion corporated to carry on the
from 1932 to 19 O. Gibson recently turned pro and tournament under the same
l1t WEEK A* sONNtfLISBON'S is on the Ladies PGA tour. She conditions as held previously
TRAINING may decide to enter the North. The local committee i is com-
JESSIE
'r. BOWDRY and LE- South pro category this year prised of practically the same
OTIS MARTIN are doing but her indefinite at
QUARTERSWith great plans are persons who were the officials
job sparring with Champ Son- this time. responsible for the successful
all the comments ort the ny Liston. Working with Son- "Every year the quality of functions held in the past.
heavyweight championshipfight ny the, TED KING, who fought in 00 G TRACK play and the size of the field Headed by Dr. I, P. Davis, Executive -
Feb. 25 at the Miami early 30's. Teddy was a have increased and we are lookIng Director, the members of
Beach Convention Hall, you great club fighter. Finsr 015* forward to the greatest the local committee are Henry
'S could not meet a more liked RACE pjvf. I tournament ever In 1001.," declared Arrington, Legal Advisor; Richard
III boxer than Sonny Liston. He is FRANK FORGIONE who Dr I. P. Davis, execu- Gardner, Tournament DIrector -
h a perfect gentleman, and does boxed in the early 30's manageed GRANDSTANDADMISSION) 1 ) tive director.In ; Mrs. Anne Lindsey
t he love children1! his brothers, ROXY and the past, participants have Packard, Social Activities Director -
j VINCE. Calvin Smith started come from many parts of the ; Ernest Hayes, Business
If you think Cassius Clay Is DANNY BUCCORINA when he country as well as Nassau and Manager and David Marks, Public -
working hard, take time out fought ROLAND LA STARZA. etI Canada to make it one of the Relations.
Jeh to watch Sonny. It is well He also refeed around the nation's largest Negro sports Also included in this year's
\VIe worth your time and money to camp during World War attractions.In tournament committee are offi-
see him. Willie Reddish, his Arms answer to the question icial scorer, Ray Coles and tour-
trainer, deserves a lot of credit SOUTH END raised by many interested peo- nament secretary, Miss A.
)- along with Joe Louis, one of COLLINS ple as to the absence of the Beverly Mitchell.
Ig the all-time greats. j WILLIE LAMORTE, who -- -
fought for 13 MM M i HMM>MBMh MM h M Mrtni MHM Bk BMMk *MB MMM MMM BMMMM ft MI
Y years had 150 NOW! Clo.ed Circuit
Old time friends of Joe, Son- bouts and won the Flyweight
ny and Willie have been visit- Championship from Coporal Television r
''dts ing and are here for the fight Izzy Swartz in 1029 Willie is JET TV CLINICHOME
president of the Veterans Boxing .
Harry Flink, former Golden Ring 22.
Glove champion, also a good BOBBY I I watching the champ train, SERVICE CALLS $1.00
crowd pleaser, is tending bar one of the Bill McPeak, Head Coach of the
at the Domino, Harding Ave. great crowd pleasers around the I J Washington Redskins and a Day or NightWe
and 95th St. He was managedby forties here in Fla., is a 1st class good friend of Billy Conn, Service
All Make ofHIFI's
Joe Gramby who is here electrician
now. Fritzi Zivlc
Johnny Dean.
for the fight. Joe also managed I I
n Willie Reddish. | PETE HINSON boxed in Fla. Vince Malone, well known and STEREOSWe
years ago wishes to be remem around Jersey tracks; Bill Jennings Also RentTV's
a TOMMY ROSS, former great bered to his friends. I from Atlantic City, Earl
If featherweight wishes to be remembered I, Carrol, Coasters of the Pepper by the week) or month
e to all his friends JOE POLINO Ubxed from 30- mint Lounge.
lie is connected with the Lis- 37 expert on cuts, working with
s e ton organization.JACK Liston also trained championJoe Last but not least Sonny 907 N.W. 2nd AVENUEPhone
. Glardello for 12-years. Listen's Mascot, Little Mike
'I.f'I.r ELLICH boxed in the I Zwerner, 11-years of age. He
rr middle 20's taking everything in BUDDY PACK is going to goes whereever Sonny goes. If FR 4-2044
sight. surprise with his 1 have left I
out will
re gym and everyone auditorium. new use you in anyone next weeks Issue .... .... ... .... __L...._.... .... ........ ....L_............ ....L'_
ANDY SIRICA fought from I _
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e s With sparred the late with JACK GENE BRITTONand TUN- IRAN HOLZHEIMER, man- For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call-----
Surfslde Community Cen-
. NEY when he boxed JACK ager
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ter informs me the first fights
DEMPSEY for the
9r champion- will be held at 8:30: p.m. Feb. 17;
9f,,i
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TOMMY BURNS, now connected opponent, and making a personal '
t with CHRIS DUNDEE, appearance will be Sonny Lis _
I boxed JOHNNY DUNDEE, was ton and Joe Louise at the Cen fr aI
assistant trainer to BENNY ter Surfside Boxing Commis- I 0 ;
1 LEONARD with MANNY sioners SY HOWARD, CARL RENTAL
SPEARMAN. Also refereed GREENBKRO chairman; EU- gi _
quite a number of fights here. GENE BECK, MORRIS FIN-
-- KEL and LARY JUSTIN; promoter -
GENE BUFFALO who fought is DICK LEE.
SUGAR RAY ROBINSON, Other celebrities who were AGENCY INC.
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Painless Office Treat Mfnt of I

I RUPTURED PILES The largest collection and rental

Rectal Diseases Varicose. V..huw. Pro.
in the South operating in
state-No lout tlm e-Dl+rnr.1 Truss agency ;
Upon Correction of Rupture Reducing
DR. LONG'S CLINIC Blood-Urine Teat Dade a n? d Broward Counties'

flU &W. 1st St-FR 3-2748 A general health .entce

Negro Housing areas.
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President

GEORGE P. IIAIITH, General Manager
Lincoln Fields Apartments
MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

2045 N.W. 62nd Street 10,000 HOUSING UNITS

Bonded also has employment service at main office

I II I Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartment 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA .
Offering Many Feature full time public relation Dept. to aMid yon In solving yoTur problem.
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Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove 1163 N.W. 3rd Ave. ......-.., FR 3-8418<< 17323 Homestead Are.

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. FRANCIS KAPPA NOTES'
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\ I The monthly party was held
PAGE 16 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8 1964
12 MRS. LILLIE C. ROLLE Feb. 1 at the home of Bro.
FARRINGTON of 427 NW 10th Leonard Walker. All attendinghad
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;:.j.j'r\ : St., died Jan. 29. Services Sat- a very enjoyable evening.Therregular .
.. urday, 12 o'clock at the Ameri
''' .VY: 'RYn
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; ; 4th cpurt<; and 19th St. Remains held :;at"th ..honle of Bro. Wal-
jI111ltiW will repose in the chapel beginning den Harris,, 3265 NW 50th St.
'. ', '. I 5 p.m. on Friday until on Feb; '8 at 8 p.m. "
I, .'" will' v**, .4* .
Remains
:
f, 9:30: p.m. Friday. *; v. *
} 't ,. .,. t, 1; .. : :.;..' j. repose at the home of her son, Kappas; stand up and be
f \\i JIf ;,;<.'1 .... 427 NW 10th St. bginning at counted for a 100 percent report -
.J tickets sold.
'. ';'k 10 p.m. Friday. Survivors include' on
her husband Wallace; 2 ."
.............'.. .1" I ''daughters, Leon: Richards and
n tli l i : ": 4f44m1V.i.r \ / Jo -Arm Rutherford; four sons, CATHY DENICE NEAL, 7-:

: .. Homer, Eugene, Leroy Rolle months-old daUght of Mr.
::::::: //I!; and,,. ,Wallace Farrington onebrother and Irs.. Hosia 'Nehl of 2G615SW
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By"ALBERT w. co6icifi : ,,..,.4'ir ... '" ? i sisters, Miriam Cash and Gertrude 30. Graveside serive held Feb.
I ', .. ... .. Minnis.r 1. ... .. : ,'f I
"To thine own self be true" people. Negroes ought to take 4' 1,k... ; l,': '",' :''-'j K1 I ,
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y .1lP
f:1: William Shakespeare .. H'L.: \I : .. ,
advantage of the many opportunities "11(" :H..t' .;. ?' .( (" J" 1'f/r;,' A '''' ,.
':' Once it was extremely dangerous in his own ghetto. jjf .:J;. 'j; .1 ;:01\ .,f ....:': ,*"':' <
to be in white Ejecting the white mat) S Homes From Owners
tV' for a Negro Charles rather, vice presi-
o'
feet from the N e S ,
: town. He could work in that g Franklin 'SaVings
: morningand dent of Federal+ 'tf
section of the city during door step in the early Loan Association}
and .
ras furnitureFREEII
late afternoon is the House full of
hours. Comes night
Board
daylight elected to'the ofwuljjeth; :
task. This is not
Ebony people's ;
hur-
colored
time the people
torsjovth* "assoclatlonraccordng ( -
} ;
hate. Ne-
ried home to colored town. Not race It is race pride. : #4&elrtent' Bill Milter; !
\, a Negro dared to be caught in groes hate.ought It could not to do resort z1O, i..ho ftftrdm, Atlanta, Mr. ''Zll'
m
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white town after dark. Lynch. harm race than good. What is advocated -,"r '.. aav; din the savnteW See: 535 NW 52nd St.
ing was a very prevalent thing.At here toward the end of r\n\ 1a since 1054.
that time Negroes needed creating better and bigger Ne- Formerly "a federal examinerfor 3-bedrooms, porch, carport, garafee, A-l shape.
and busi-
services
of the
the "Federal and
many Savings
ness, concerns operated by the
Caucasians. Times have changed Neither the world nor the ed in executive capacities with down.
somewhat.Yet white man owes the Negro any local savings and loan associations -
thing. He must earn total mod- Mr. Prather is a Mason CBS, fully furn. $300 down.
white men still operate ernistic emancipation, if he and a member: of the American
business and service concerns wants it. Before he can accom- I Savings and Loan Institute. He See: 1138 NW 37th St.
that are no longer needed. this the must childrenand
plish Negro earn is married, has two
Some white men still knock on .respect. Respect Is the result of resides in Hialeah $9,500 total price, only $66 per month
Negroes' door early in the
some race pride. It Is the Negro'stask
morning as If to arouse themto to do the little things that $249 down. Move right in
go pick cotton. After dark. will continue to strengthen the
a Negro family's dinner and chain reaction of Integration. FOR SALE
See 4721 NW 16th Ave.
home is still interrupted by his "To thine own self be true." 2-BEDROOM 2-BATH :
bright-skinned cousins for in ,
P.S. Contact your Skin Large 3-bedroom
significant reasons. Negroes Cousin for Income tax service, CORNER CBS
ought to put an end to this. 1532 NW 51st St.
Duplex Special. Lovely large furn. Only $450
,
I it must follow as the 3 separate entrances, enclosed
night the day" "To thine total down
I own self be true" jalousied porch
Damm Yankee Restaurant Is
One way toward changing I now open for business. I stop- Fully Furnished Owner WI 5.9886
this type of situation is by respecting ned In to see' "what was what".
and obtaining an edu- 'Your Skin Cousin found two Only $11,500Drive
cation. If you can't then make things that he liked. No.1, the
sure that your children do: Ed- rood is pood.; No. 2, the price Is by and see
ucation makes BROWARD COUNTY ALUMNAE CIIAPTHR
men mentally right. COUSIN.
3894 N.W. 3rd Ave.
strong. When the "blacks" and
DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY Inc.
"whites" become comparatively
Then visit us for details
strong in business and edu- PRESENT
cation, color barriers will become -
red carpets leading to,the PRESS BOXCONTINUED "JABBERWOCK GOES WITH CANNONBALL"

open door of opportunity. Liberty RealtyMember Bee uCnnnonban: Adderly and his Sextet at the
FROM PAGE ((9))
Negroes can do another thing I Fort Lauderdale National Guard Armory
which can cause an Impetuous AT CLYDE KIJ TJENR' Knight Miami Hoard of
"' change. Whenever, wherever Beat, Marie Knight returns this Realtors) 400 S.W. 2tth Street
and however practically pos- weekend. Her '63 apearance 4500 NW 2nd Ave. Monday, February 10, 8 p.m.
sible or reasonably possible along with a triple attraction PLAZA 1.7594 Get tickets I at North's Travel Bureau"
boost Negro economy. This treat. It's always a good show
1101 N.W. 3rd Avenue Miami
would accomplish on a small here Fred Hanna on WAME ,
scale a higher degree of eco- features his bit show. It's truly c =
nomic independence. Economic swinging all the Bill
Independence is a thing that Harris' Satellite Lounge way Is what ,KlIIR JJID.JUK-fin jiiuuu_m Jim,. n\n_\, IIIK_.._:mJKK! mI ___.-ow- .._"" __,. ...J'DUlumU'mutl..... :-.w Jmtmomt'7lr.1
': people throughout the world happening. As the cuties put it
are endeavoring for on a some truly speaking, It's that one For Dade County's Prosperity, Dignity and Future
what large scale. place where the environmentand
c; The Caucasians may never setting at all times are en
t>, truly recognize: the colored chanting. Not to mention, the ScorecWidMaturity

<-i tthepskin" their but he cousins cannot"under help setta glamour, bar added maid;|m. friendly>pra ford's Ro-j WINSTON. W. The J. ?fJ,>.OjlE'iI!f't' ; .;

J t. but recognize the Ebony superb piano s s. V ,r :WYNNEYEsl L. j t tr w'jt.l r.b
market If It Is supported bv 19 I ----P11 r. ". I. :' .l\ { ,.,. .' r( y'''\\1 ,.; 1.
million Negroes and 19 billion THE NORTII'ravel Bureau.. V :f'n' I i: "f"U 1 ,
dollars. has gone ; Charlie & ,
p tt 'i'YEs
Sincerity" $
Uplifting Negro economy will is driving '64cohiet: with tl,.r'' f ,

i create respect for the colored plenty smiles and c6mfort, ':' Dedication J it \i w' :.,Jhv ? ,
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CABS YES Approach to Metro v/*:".

'". Political Ambitions ,- .":"V .:( :i' r''
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: Radio Dispatched 314 NW.IGtr.T. rrr.' '. 'N 4; '.> Alignments With :".. -? '. .
Phones -5496**
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: : VvL. r : :LDADE COUNTY NEEDS ,A .

JOE AND RAY ',..MA'TUR:' t MAYOR OR MAYOR
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