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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 22, 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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41.t YEAR, No. 23 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1964 SIXTEEN. PAGES 10 CENTS



tPNf' $1nJ Daytona and Jacksonville Say School'I I



': Integration Pace Much Too Slow I..



FEDERAL COURT The Negroes, 'also sought assignment -
of teachers, principals
Tresvant Runs For ASKED TO and other basis.personnel on n nonracial .


Opa-locka CityCommission SPEED IT UP nesday Judge scheduled Bryan Simpson hearings, Wed-on

ir the motions for March 20.
t Duval and Volusla County
Negroes have decided that the I i The motions asked that geographic -
grade-a-year: desegregation of attendance zones lie
Albert \V. Tresvant became public schools Is too slow a drawn and pupils In grades one
eeL.t the first Negro to run for pub have asked the U. S. through six be required to attend -
a ti' ; lic office In Opa-locka Wednesday District Court to speed it up ,the schools in their zones.The .
when he entered the city's
April 7 primary. In: 'motions filed with the t Duval County motion
The 38-year-old Tresvanthas court here, the Negroes said further asked that the school
been active In the'' political 13 Duval Negroes were attend- system be required to' accept
t ly conscious Opa-locka Negro ing integrated schools under application from ony Negro or
community He lives with his the court-approved desegregation white child In grades six thru
wife and six children at 14200 plan put into effect last 12 to transfer to the school
NW 21st Ct. fall. nearest his home
.aK Negro voters In Opa-locka I
make up about 20 percent of .
ww the city II registration and the r- 555 5' .54V -" V 1
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Negro vote has always been a V y 1
prize sought by white candi- '4 r

Bishop Carroll Is King Of dates in elections.Methodists +. i,rF i'x S



Clubs Forum Speaker Sunday on Demonstration ask OK r W Mu


The third program of ,the hop. CarrnlV l tat| .\lt'p' ,?J3ishO >... lie national board of the :Methodist N
King of Clubs Forum Series became the leud r'of a Catholic Church called Thursday
will be held at St. John Bap population of over' 390,000 peo- for n broad change in church I
tist Church, Rev. Thedford tpie It is doubtful,, that anyonehas on race relations and
Johnson, pastor, 3:30: ,p.m. Sun ever made as 'great an impact asked that the right of minorities I
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day.The upon this community as to stage peaceful demonstrations -
Rev. Coleman F. Carroll, has the bishop In his 5 years be affirmed
D. D., J. C. D., first Bishop of here. He has exhibited a definite The recommended changesIn
the Diocese of Miami, will be Interest In the welfare) of policy were approved in a
guest speaker. minority groups. He has chosen resolution passed by the Na- 11'I
as his subject, "Tho NegroIn tional Board of Christian Social
In August 1058 the 16 South- Our Community," Concerns. The resolution will
ern Counties of Florida were be presented to the general
separated from the Diocese of Northwestern High School conference when It meets In
St. Augustine and formed Into chorus will furnish music for Pittsburgh in April.
p .the\;Diocese of Miami with Bis-I' the occasion The board said it would ask
.1 the t legislative body of the
Methodist Church to affirm the

rights of "minorities who are Tho Northwest YWCA' \ Cen (/North Dade School had
}1 Ministers Hit Handling of oppressed to protest ter was the scene last." riay! been voted "Miss High Y-Teen t Sweetheart
redress of
'grievances and to agitate, provided for this is I night for the crowning! px. Mls$ of 1001". Betty is?4 the ;
I Y-Teen Sweetheart. At Inter"iI daughter of Mr. and Mrs./Hoc
done, In an orderly way. I mission, Miss Dalscy 'Myrick;; ace Bland, 2501 NW 152ndTer.
I advNor to the senior high y* Opa-locka.! Betty was crowned
St. Trouble
Augustine LBJ FulfillLincoln's I Teen Club, and instructor at by last year's: 'Miss Y-Teen'
,. Says Northwestern High School, Introduced and presented with a bouquetof
Miss Catherine Tos- blue and white carnations
GOV.;, 'SHEIt"IFFAND fat Alliance has strongly protested ton, last year's Miss Y-Tcen'. Seated: Miss Betty Bland,
the handling of racial Work Nominees were called forward. being crowned by Miss Cathe-t
MAYORCHARGED disturbances In strifetorn St. ,They were Misses Mary Gray, nine Toston, Y-Teen Sweet-
Augustine Last Wednesday, President Claudia Glover, Teresa Collins, heart of 10KJ.( L to It: Misses
Lyndon Johnson urged Ameri- Betty Illand, Diane Itethel, Maria Bell, Carolyn limes,
Rev. Edward T', Graham, cans to fulfill the promise and Maria Hell and Carolyn Teresa Collins, Claudia Clover,
The Greater Miami Minister. president of the Alliance, said unfinished work of Abraham Bland, pu senior J 1l1nes'JDetty l Mary. Gray,
Lincoln "to assure a fair chance )1'V : { .a ,.....
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-'" to the governor, the sheriff of men." *tW'Y&J\ T *irt iKV r a.t

Sgt. Leroy Smith St. Johns County on'di ,the _The President commemoratedthe .

Most Courteous mayor and chIef of police of 155th anniversary of the 4 }
birth of the U.; S. 16th presi-

.police" Officer St. Augustine. dent by placing a wreath at the ,,,', It
Rev.t Randolph: Thompson, Lincoln Memorial.At : r R,
J.. ... : officer the drafters" of ire message an annual ceremony spon I
.. The most one oft,, : sored ,by the Military Order of ",
rz. 'fof-"the month'of.. Jan., title was ,cabled l ; It "a n4' express ion, .of the Loyal Legion, t Johnson b j' 1,
' won by Sgt. Leroy, A. Smith of our disapproval of the kind of said the Civil War president V "'YIr
the. Mtam1.PoUce: Department. Justice i{being dealt out In St. had 'promised a new., birth of
c. Staff' eieciion was based on a Augustine" freedom and promised "that in ,'
letter from a Mr. Leo Flanlgan due time the weight would be
of Punta Gorda, Fla.,' commending "There| !Is an apparent inability lifted from the shoulders of all )
the Police Division for have of Jaw enforcement off! men, and that all should havean
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"the type of man to make people cers there to 'do anything. with pqual chance. \
unfinished workto (
"This is the
want to come back and visit -
city." the crimes being committed"he which we, the living, must
your said. dedicate ourselves," said John-

Mr. Flanigan was confused as Integration leaders !in St.
) to the best route to return to Augustine have long charged son."The American promise," he
k his home. Sgt.. Smith "graclous-I said, will be unfulfilled; Lln- I
ly escorted us to Route 41 and i that local officials. were interested coln's work our work will ,
treated us so courteously.. It In revenge, not Justice, be unfinished so long as thereIs
. ? could have been the other way In dealing with antisegregation a child without a school, a ,
: .. we. are White. and he Color- demonstrators. school without a teacher, a man -,-
ed"Sgt. without a job, a family withouta < /:
Both Negroes and whites home." Dr. Martin Luther King visits is priming for the Miami North6wth .
Smith has been grantedan have been Continuing, he said: "We can with two of his long-time Golf Tournament Feb.
one
accumulated day and awarded Injuredfand( per do this. The world knows, and fends, Joe Ioul' anti Atty. 24-28.. 'Arrlngton
*-' two meriufor this performance son was killed InJI rapid Inci- we know that we have the Henry H. Arrlngton, during a JiJeaal advisor :1 1i"t
which reflected favorably dents and demon4lrailon there means we need only the brief visit in Miami. Joe, a mem for the tournament. com
upon him.and the Division. since last summery," will." ber of Sonny Liston's troupe, mittee. /
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
CaseA Broward
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1964 I N
found two young "
Jury
men guilty Friday of raping a County aA
19-year-old Negro at knifepoint
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9 In an abandoned building at NewsBy
1GOO N. Miami Ave. last Aug.
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I yea Richard Floyd DeVoe, 20, was k
y i sentenced to 20 years In Florida Walter Rowe

state prison, and Ralph McGru- -
eaMR / /I" der, 10, to 10 years on rape convictions u
liulMiamian The South Broward Post No
8195 VFW is thanking each and
AND ''MRS, THOMAS from the Senior Class of Spell- everyone who helped to make
Phillips (Kliznbrih) are.spcnti; -, .man College as an exchange their fish fry a success at the
Ing a week vacation at the Sir student to Smith College in rations and testified before home of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie
John Hotel, away from the''win North Hampton, Mass.: Dottie the City Council on the proposed Johnson. Again, thanks.
try blasts of their Washington, had the pleasure of meetingand open-housing legislation.
D C., home. visiting many of her relatives Pratt Is a 1919! graduate of Star Light Lodge No. 512 will
In Boston, Mass., over Carver High School and a native meet Friday night, Feb. 21, at
Opa.lockaulge JAMES MAT the past weekend. Miamian. His college work the Masonic Hall on Pembroke
THEWS and Sam Cohen, Northwestern was completed at Clark College Road at 42nd Ave. All membersare
High principal, have :MiSS DOROTHEA DOWRNof (Atlanta, 1953)) and Atlanta asked to be present.Congratulations .
been elected to the board of Nassau is the house guest of Honoredin University 1055.
trustees of Christian Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wake. to Mrs. Ann
(Marjorie) Miss Bowen, neice of Seattle for Work in Pratt received a master's degree Glover who was operator at
CONRAD HUTCHINSON, JR., Mrs. Wake is Inspector of the in social work from At- Eleanor's Salon of Beauty. She
director, the celebrated Gramb- island schools. lanta University in 1055. He Is now at her own shop, "Ann's
ling College band, and William TilE FRIENDSHIP: GARDEN Civil RightsEdwin worked in education and industrial Beauty Rest," 4730 embroke
J Wlleyf Jr., assistant director, Club entertained friends and relations and with the Road. Phone No. 089-9256 or
attended the, southern division members on Friday night at T. Pratt, executive di. Boy Scouts before he was appointed 989-1999.
meeting of the College Band the residence of Mrs. Estelle rector of the Seattle Urban secretary of the Urban
Directors National Associationat : Williams. A lavish repast was League has been named social League In Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. Eleanor V. Bow cele-
the University of Miami Feb. -nloyed by all in attendance. worker of the year by the Puget lie came to Seattle as the lea brated her birthday Tuesday,
13-15. I Tona Duke Is president of the. Sound Chapter of the National gue's community-relations secre- Feb4. 18, at her home In West
Association of Social Workers.
Grambllng provided pregameand -lub.MRS. has Pratt was selected for his tray in 1056 and was appointed Hollywood.The .
SADIE: VINCENT
He
half-time entertainmentfor executive secretary In 19G1
work In civil rights.
the American Football League is her houseguest, Mesdames has been active In the Municipal Atlantic Coast Baptist
championship game In San Laura Willis and Edna Fullerof I "During 1003 he has been League, the Foundation for Association Is holding its 33rd
Diego, Calif., Jan. 5. Pleasantvllle, New Jersey greatly active In public speak- J International Understanding- annual session this week at
Mrs Fuller Is owner of the ing, Communicating through the Through Students at the University Central Baptist Church, West
EX-CHAMP JOE TJ 0 U I 8 Fuller's Motel In Plea!=:antvJlle. various media, organizing anddirecting of Washington and the Hollywood, Rev. E. J, Clark,
shot a 70 Tuesday and best the FRIENDS are sending get- race-relations conference Seattle Chamber of CommerceHe pastor. The assembly runs frcm
prints: off Hampton House owner well wishes to James Hart who and traveling In the United was chairman of the social Wednesday night through Sun-
Harry Markowitz at Westvlew 's' hospitalized nt Christian States as well as attroad In the policy and action committee of day. The delegates are from
Country Club. Harry shot a Memorial Hospital!: We wish Interests of civil rights," the the Social Workers Association several South Florida cities and
02. him n speedy recovery. Association said. and is a vestryman at St. the Bahamas. The public is in-
TilE PRIDE: of Greater Miami Pratt took part In demon- David's Episcopal Church. Yited.
MR. AND MRS. ELMER I Temple No. 7G!). has invitationsIn
KENT and Mr. and Mrs. M. T. the mall for Its 20th Anniversary -
Sweeney entertained several out 'Dance on Feb 20/ Mrs

of town an Informal guests and gathering local friendsat at the Ruler.Marion Muldrow Is Daughter' .'1 Tonight at Roosevelt Savings ,

Kent home, 2171 NW 67th St., USHER BOARD NO. TWO of .
Saturday evening, Feb. 15. Greater Bethel AME Is Inviting; V '
friends to attend Its annual tea
Guests arrived early at on Sunday, Feb 23 from 4-0.
the beautiful and spacious at the church. Mrs. Bennie
home. Cocktails were served before -
I White Is the president.
six tables of bridge players
played several round In the THE SQUARE CIRCLE: I
newly decorated Florida room. Sportsmen Club has sent invitations -!' 10,000
for Its Comnllmentarv
At 9:30: p.m.huge tasty chicken Dance at Bavfront Park Audi- 'I
salads, topped with toasted forlum on Feb. 27.
almonds, were served with delicious HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO: .aX;}, '.,, 0.. !' n q+(:r--; 'w.+wnv+\wwyv..vxmxv :V .
;
I y'k ye A'"V" $ 71 '
,
home-made pocketbookrolls Donald Hylor, Maude Ellison. *'"\ MNthNN' ; .
and coffee. Home-made Arrle I.... Dowdell, Fnllle Collins, I [ : E'" HANTS ;" ,* ,f
apple pie topped with a gener- Altherita Burroughs Thelma' ....aN.'AM"ii :t:4't': ..4 ,f :! ::1
ous amount of vanilla Ice cream Robinson, Aletha C. Butler i ,, t __..,_... ._"._....w..J :J
was the dessert. Dalsev; E. James, and Emry E. ,

The guest list Included: lfer. I
Mrs Pauline Stray home, and Mrs. Mary Gamble of Wilmington '' GREEN STAMPS
William McCaleb, both of Cin- Delaware Is here visiting '
friends and relatives. She
cinnati, Ohio; Dr. John Young
Hopkinsvllle, Ky., Dr and Mrs. was the weekend guest of her
Charles Turner, Lexington, Ky., cousin Mrs. C. L. Arnold, 2221
Dr. and Mrs. West 6th Lane friends Most of
George Anthony
Ft. Lauderdale, and St. Albans her time Is spent with her god- FREE I

Long Island, Mrs Luther Al-
ford, Lawrence Batchlar, Mrs. Plan now to attend i iI
Ludell Bell, Mrs. Helen Bush, I
Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Colston,
JabberwockTHURSDAY
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Joe Carnenter, Mr and Mrs. __ i f
Joseph Harlan and Judge and fI I
Mrs. James Matthews FEB. 27 AWARDED AT 7 PM-BE HERE-YOU
DOROTHY EliLEN JEN- MAY BE A WINNER! .

KINS, the daughter of Mrs. 8 Just visit Roosevelt
p.m. Savings time
prior to award
any to
enter
No
Dorothy McKellar and the late your name. transaction -
MelvIn Jenkins, was chosen necessary. Three big prizes 'In Green Stamps, redeemable for merchandise!
Miami Northwesternhave .
of selection.
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR tort -50 account
Green stampS 60 account 4

I SRO Players, New Drama eOO 00 Green StampS Stamp lor2 tor s600, account ts }


Group, Readies For DebutDear II dl 000 Green antiaip dIvIdend compounded paid quarterly andsled ,

fJL current
State
Sir: asked ourselves!: these 4/4' L an the United' iof
questions and have come up funds from Savings\ & loon Assn.
We realize that your newspaper with a singular; reply: Why not transfer to Rooanysewvelt\
contributes much to the here? Does New York have to Free month-
unity of this community: you have the monopoly on tb, benefits 20th of every 1st
are Its "eyes and ears". For of the live theater. Why Not bY the dividends from the
this reason we have come to Here, we have pondered, and save earn
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you In hopes that you will aid we have answered, Why Not. .
us in our debut to the Miami r. Jl/iamj' 100% integrated savings institution
public I We are community theater
but only In two points: (1) that
We are the SRO Players -tt ROOSEVELTASSOCIATION
!. any person!: our efforts I zi
arei
(standing room only), a younggroup ad ((2)) that we non-profit
of 27 who are dedicated I I organization. Other than these JJIIL4" ,
to bringing professionally expedient of- we are professionals! who willKVP SAVINGS '
dramas to tho Hty Miami' the host of 'h*' best!" '
Miami. the!' theater: has to offer ;,
now, we have 6015 N.W 71h Avenue,Milmf'! ,Florida Phone 754.6651Your
For some vears I
lived In this community, and We feel that our group has I mmimm ffmmmmmmmmmm-------_______
heard of the sterling the personnel to give outstanding SAVE BY MAILI SEND YOUR CHECK ,
we have productions of these bests.It I accountINSURED I WITH THIS COUPON
: An. ROOSEVELT
Los
dramas In New York, SAVINGS i LOAN ASSOCIATION .
'lUes. would he too lengthy: to Introduce *1S ".w.7ril ..
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seles and other distant .Why the qualifications of I ** *,MIt".I' '''""". .

We have asked ourselves not Miami? each of our members in this! I Gentlemen:Attached Is my check In the amount of S... '.Pleas.open an account I
not here? Why but will send this! In the name shown below and send m.
live theater added letter, we up to $10,000 I my passbook,signature card and green stlmps.
the I

Hasn't prestige to these cities Hasn't Information at a later date. by an agency of the | NAME. .... ....M..............'".................... ....................... .........__-i

it given the public there a wider Yours truly, U.S. Government I OTHER NAME IF JOINT ACCOUNT......_..........................._..._..'.........____._
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choice of entertainment? Hasn'tIt The SRO 'Players: Raymond I ADDRESS._..,,._......._._..-..._........--....",...-.._-..._.-....-...__.....__.__ I
a finer PHONE NUMBER_,,,. .
added a refinement f' A run tin .Imlrmnn .... .. .. .. ,,. ,...
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I Royal Twenty Club THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

Memorial SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1964 PAGE 3' I:

NewsThe ___ .J. I

regular meeting,: of the ,, '1
College Gets Gulf Grant Royal Twenty Women's Club \ :
was held at the lovely home ofMrs .
% Ermatlne Holton. '
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ST. AUGUSTINE-A substantlaErantinald Brings Out
has been received The entire business sessionwas
by l<')la. Memorial College here Jobs Available Call devoted to the formulationof
f. om the Gulf Oil Corporation, plans for the annual club Full Rich
President R. W. Puryear has an Urban League dance. April 3, 1901 has been ,
nounced. settled upon as the date for this
ANNOUNCING: Five ((5)) year. More to follow. HAIRBEAUTY
The Gulf grant is particularly
openings with Atlanta Life Insurance
welcome at this time, Dr. Pur-
Company as Agents. The after-meeting social hour
year declared as it is hoped that Salary: $15 $50 per week was highlighted by the delicious
it' will serve as an incentive to Qualifications: repast prepared and ,served by ,
1 J. S'h
fC's three constituent State the charming hostess. .
Baptist Conventions, which in 1. Male applicants 21-.15-years
joint session on campus recent. of age Many friends joined with (
lv pledged to raise $203,000 by Royal Twenty members to
May 31, apportioned as follows: 2. Female applicants 25-15 make this affair a memorable
General Baptists, $103,000, Pro- years of age
eresslvc Baptists, $75,000 and one.The
3. All applicants must havea next meeting will be heldat
Missionary and Educational, school education be in w
high ; and Mrs.
the home of Mr.
$25,000. good physical condition and be wr
honest.. l Ernest Mingo, 758 Northwest78th r
Florida Memorial is one of
two private Florida colleges:: tc One ((1)) position availablefor St. Sunday, Feb. 23. I Y\oo
tecelve a Gulf award, the other an Electrical Engineer. Mrs. Ermatine Holton, president C
being Bethune-Cookman College Salary: GS! $7,2GO per year ; Mrs. Ethel Peavy, re-
at Daytona Beach.
Qualifications: College Degree porter.

The sums are part of a total One ((1)) position available fora
award of more than $17,500 dIs- Construction Inspector
tributed this month by the Gult Salary: GS7, $5,705
Oil per year Civil Service Exams
Corporation to 39 Indepen-
dent Negro Colleges in 13 states, One ((1)) position available fora .clears away .
as part of Gulf's comprehensiveAid Procurement Clerk OpenThe dandruff worries

to Education program. Salary: GS1 I, $1,215 per year .
Qualifications: Civil Service United States Civil Ser r
Status vice Commission will nnnouce 1

--- announcement on Wednesday, for an civil examination service _.__... ........... ............. ..........'>'>90<>.
One ((1)) position available for
Clerk }positions In the Air Reserve
a Stenographer
Technician Program as follows:
Salary: GS3, $3,880 Military Personnel Clerk (Typing STAR MEAT MARKET
) 'I All interested ), GS-5. $1090 per year nnd
persons, con-
Military Personnel Assistant,
tact T Willard Fair, Associate 1 GS-7, $5795 per year at 435th
Director, Greater Miami Urban Troop Carrier Wing. Homestead 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
Z 1 1a 1t League, 395) NW 1st St. Miami 'I Air Force Base, Florida. Air

Florida. .... ,ii' I time Reserve civilian Technicians employees are who full are OOP*

'' also a member of the Air Force MARKET WITHE COURTEOUS SERVICE
'I' THE
Reserve Unit In which they are
"Jabberwock Goes to I employed.Full -+-

information with Instructions -

Basin Street" on how to apply maybe Fresh Meat-Low Prices
obtained from most larger
Jnbberwock, the magic word
that post offices, at Civil Service
opens the door to exciting .
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and thrilling (>entertainment will ,offices, Boards of U. S. Civil ____
cro Bnsln Street" on Thursday ,Service Examiners, and at the O.
night Fob 27, lOfil t, at 8 pnv in Civilian Personnel Office where Your silent saleman-A classified ad!, I Iooooooooccooooccccccoc
auditorium
the of Miami North
w.' western Senior High School. the J positions are located.cccccccccccccc.

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Barbara La lean McColloughand
Archibald G. Carey were Jabberwock' a name that has For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call I
married in a double ring cere- become synonymous with Delta I
mony Monday, Dec. 23, at Ebene- entertainment, had Its origin I
zer Methodist Church, Miami. In Lewis Carroll's Alice In I
A lovely reception for the NVoderland. Thp mythical/ char. IIII I
family and friends were held at :cter In CM roll's story called I
the home of Mrs. Loraine Al- together the members of his II BONDEDFw."tk I
kingdom each year for the
bury. lmr. IIII I
wee of putting on a show.
The bride Is the daughter of !Ike manner Delta Sigma Theta I
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell]] H. Mc- Sorority calls together different IIII : I
Collough of Fernadlna Beach. talented: persons or groups to RENTAL
She Is a graduate of Fla. A&M present an evening of enter- II
University and Ohio State Univ. alment. IIH

She holds a master degree In
Speech and Hearing and Is pre The Miami Alumnae ChapterIs IIII
Just one of the many chapters AGENCY INC.
sently chairman of the Speech States IIII
t throughout the United( ;E- ,
and Hearing Department at that have adopted this unique
Southern University In New means of raising. funds for IIIt

Orleans, La. scholarships II "x; The largest collection and rental l
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Rep. Pepper Launches ItII 4.

I IfII Dade and Broward Counties'liON. 1


Re-election II Negro Housing
For areas.
Campaign IIII President i,. L. BROOKS, -.

Congressman Claude Pepper low through on," the Congressman : GEORGE I'. IIAHT1I, General Manager .1
starts his campaign for reelec- continued, "Including a lull
tion from the Third Congres-I which will help tighten the MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN <
sional District with a reception noose around Mr. Castro's neck ,
for Business Leaders: today from ; by penalizing any firm that 10,000 HOUSING UNITS :

of 4 to the 6 p.m.Columbus, at the Hotel.Miami Miami Club :' deals Cuba."with shipping interests to Bonded also has employment service at main office

civic and business leaders Congressman Pepper's present 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA
1004. i
through
Hugh Emerson and Leonard term runs
Usina will host the meeting.Mr. full time public relations. Dept. to assist you in solving y Negro and Jew on C. A. Lockhart Director ,
Pepper was the only Con. H CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO ftERVE YOU I '.
gressman from Florida voting

for the civil rights measure that 'Open Mike' flA.1 N.W. :3rd Are. ...-....... FB S-S4H 1TS25' Homestead Are.fff7.1 .

passed Congressman the house Pepper last week.annouc- Open Mike, with Hendrick J. 1'1.'''. 2nd Rt. .......... OX -1481 T,rHnft/ .................................... r1'1! II-L"II.. r ,

td: his intention to seek re-elec- Berns, will ,offer a discussionof "1WI (Ornnd AT. .....,....... HI B-1MI '. ,1019 IfammoiidTfll H tion to Congress by stating: "The Negro and, the Jew"next Pompano ...?.................. .... .. WFJ" :.V.ttsn/
"I have decided to seek return m. Special Sunday guests night will from]) be 7-0 Harry p. 1840'' LW.17th Af*. ........." NR t344M. 14115 N.W t2nd ty. .

sentative to Washington from the best as Repre-Congressional Perkel, vice president of the 202(1 N.W. TStli St.-........... Wft-8Mt Opa-Iorka ............................ MU S-O < District in the United Washington Federal Savingsand and N. W. 3rd Ct. PH J-5905
States. I have called Senator Rabbi Loan Herbert Association Baumgard.As Plus a fleet of cam giving door to door service for tenant convenience ,

Spessard. Holland to notify him usual, the program will On night and Sundays for emergency service call PL 9-8733 "\
that I would not We opposing come live from the Hampton ,
MAIN OFFICE
him for the Senate seat despite House. ,
reports to the contrary, and that 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9.8733
working with him -- -
1 thai! enjoy
in Washington again," Pepper Vandalism, done by a few.I Is expennlre to all. Please help n* .atop thin
said.: A Miami Times Ad .I nnneceftnary evil C. A. LS Public RelationsFlorida

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South Florida abolish the death penalty! By PAUL HENRV

A state commission is now considering this impor-to be I-D i-.rx;;where"jadc
tant matter Just what the findings will be remains Ruby la being tried for the
8,400'murders commited in murder of Lee
seen. Official reports show Harvey Oswald
the United States in 1962. following President the John death EKennedy of the late

,
-- Reports are that consensus of opinion among Florida little or no progress was made
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES; Editor and Publisher well enough alone. on the first day of the trial
prison officials is for leaving
Only one juror was
GARTH C. REEVES, JVfanarfng Editor empanneled
When serious consideration is given this matter' it in Judge Joe B. Brown's court.
Member of the National' Publisher
[Newspaper* Association
; will be found that few, if any, want to leave this 'old The Holiday Inn Motel at
gL'URCH1PTfo\S world in an electric chair or by a hangman's noose. No, 17451 Collins Ave,, Will get in
ONE- YEAR $:Lon' SIX MONTHS: $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 life is far too precious for that. Even a murderer would l/ad/ with Miami Beach officials
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if continue
Ente1 '4I;us Si*(Und Clad Matter, Angn 9, 1027: nt the Pont Office rather pass ,to the Great Beyond in an easier manner, information they Mr.spreading and false
t Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Thomas Phillips of Mrs
undobutedly deterent td mur- Wash, D.
The death penalty is a C. arrived last week With
Main Office at 6740 X.W. 13th A.C'nur--Phon OX 1-1.1 der. vations, but Holiday Manager reser.
Downtcm Oftkec 1112 >.W. 3rd avenue Phone FR 3-2236
Charles Sumrall
A life sentence is also a preventative ; no man wantsto told them he

"TRin OF THK XRGRO PRESS" spend the greater part or his life behind prison bars:, could it was not not accept the policy them of because Miami
The XRGRQ PRESS: tvellere* that America MB beet lead the Not many do. Beach< to accept Negroes in
wrori4 tram n.rUI and national antagonism when It oecorda to to this scribe that paroles for murder arc hotels or motels. The Phillips
It
eretry nun, rrsr4f or rare, tread or color hi* human and seems are considering a suit.
legal riffct Hating: itA man, fearing no man-the Negro Press generally faulty. If a man is a murderer to be pa 'olled,
:trims to halt eye 'y" man In the firm belief that nil men are he should have been kept out of society for at least 20 In Ambler, Pa., somewhereor
hurt aa long a* anyaoe in held hack.HELPING or 25 years. somehow called< the City of
Brotherly Love,
something has
..- happened to the brothers or
CUBA the law. One of the monuments,
I Bethlehem Baptist Church has
While the United States has been trying to prevent been bombed causing an estimated
Cuba from receiving certain goods that are necessary to Jack's MEN'S WEAR $10,000 damage.
This edifice
keep the Castro regime going, other nations, supposedly and has a membership is 70 years of 350.old

friends of the United States, keep trading with Cuba, SEE "MR. JACK" The Rev. Silas B. Holmes is Its
supplying her needs. This is done in spite of the fact some FOR pastor.

of these nations are receiving aid from the United States. STYLES FOR ALL AGES The explosion occurred 15
minutes after the
They see it as a matter of business, regardless of how the church. The choir left
The Very Latest in Men's Fashions community
the United States looks at it. where this church is located
Then too, the recent decision of the United States to SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS has no history of racial via

sell Russia wheat, at least gives them a point to strengthen ITALIAN SHOES lence
their argument. For Russia being allied with Cuba
944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami Florida
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There are differences of opinion on wheat sale. :; -: "" "" "" ""'"

Many people are against it. ....
At present, three or four foreign ships are tied
up at docks waiting to be loaded with wheat for Russia. New Homes Finest For Less

Union has refused to load
However the
Longshoremen's
3 large Bedroom, 2 lidtli, Going", lUctdic<; Kitchen
them, and they have a good point. Their claim is that the
1432 NAV. 58th :a 5
Terrace Open to .p.m.
agreement was that 50 percent of the wheat to Russia
ID! -14 N.W. ,llh! Shirt Floiida room
would be shipped in American vessels and that is not

being done.. Large lots for sale
The government this week announced cutting off
aid to Britain, France and Yugoslavia and have given no- Double lots on 63rd Street $1,500 up

fice to Spain and Morocco that if they continue trading Cash paid for Lots and Homes

with Cuba United States aid will be cut off. Need
? See
Money BARON JE 8-1340
Well, we will see how this problem is solved.
It's difficult to help with one hand, and hurt with .--
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give consideration to all nations receiving United States WiGS ". .ji: I IEddie
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JFK MEMORIAL PROGRAMDade caps gardener, is Franklin Fed-
eral driver the
: Savings safe of
week. Mr. Jenkins, who is mar
County School Board is considering a Memo- ried and has lived in Miami
rial Program known as the John F. Kennedy Memorial for many years, received $10
Program. It would include the following: as a safe driving award and was
Fifty working :awards for Dade Junior College stu- EVERY TYPE AND COLOR given an' additional< $10'be ause
he had a Franklin Federal Savings
dents. From jet black to salt and pepper, to platinum blonde account as well.
,Five consultantships for teachers on leave from \ Anyone can'"particlpat' in
other large :city school systems. Ah unspecified number We specialize in fashion tress guaranteed! wigs I Franklin Fed ral's safi, driver
contest. 'Simp ':pick\up your
internships: for college students who are training to beautiful free' Ffanknn"Federal
become teachers. I LOW DOWN PAYMENT t bumper strip ,at the Franklin

Winners of awards would work in schools in slum I Federal offices located' at the
communities.The CALL SLIM BANNISTER AT corner of North west"lOt$ St.
and 3rd Ave. There's nothing to
report comes from a committee appointed by \\" buy and you,don't even have lo
the school board., including Mrs. Anna Brenner Myers LORET'S SALON OF BEAUTY have an account at Franklin:
the
Federal
Display
and Jack Gordon. The memorial is the brainchild of board to enter. front or
bumper the
4606 NW 7th Avenue i strip on
member Gordon. rear bumper of your automobileand
Junior college students receiving awards on kinder- 759-9181 if if you are a safe driver
no anaswer, PL 1-7871
early or late Franklin Federal spotters may
garten programs 15 hours a week for 40 weeks. Their select you as next week's
renumeration would be $50 a month. : grand prize winner. Bill Miller,

Successful consultants would teach at the Junior Col- President of Franklin Federal,
lege and supervise work in the schools. urges everyone to participateIn
0U Would you like a job this important civic porject.
The program appears to be an interesting one and Just drop in and ask for a bumper -

should appeal to the public. that starts as high as strip and you automatically
qualify to win one of Franklin
The sum of $50,000 annually would he set aside for Federal's weekly cash prizes.
IOO
week
the five John F. Kennedy Consultants from other urban a climbs to

, school systems. SI30 a week with rct1I.'T Attention

, The committee thinks ,the community should be ask-
ed to finance 50 or more working awards for junior. col-, raises?QO Home OwnersFor

lege students. You want a civil service position. If you're 12-55, a U.S, quality building
citizen,and you qualify,you can take the test.Our home additions and remodelingPL
TAKE EXAMINATIONJudge study training program will prepare you.
SEND FOR FREE LIST OF CIVIL SERVICE JOBS AND 40655NO
SALARIES..ALL OFFERING LIFETIME
SECURITY. PAYMENTFrom
Grady Crawford has informed eight Negro DOWN

detectives who have been doing such work from five to 4 $5 per week

13, years that they cannot be given permanent rank as 5EL110 FHA OR BANK TERMSFla.
{ detectives unless they take the competitive civil service :; Room Kitchens
xamlnatlon. TMIBIRB Bedroom' Bathroom
'I! .. X.}. 163rd Street Carportes
The eight policemen are paid as patrolmen while North Miami Itearh, Fla. Garages
porking; in plainclothes as detectives. Phone WI 5-5115 Awnings Fences

They took their case to the Circuit Court but the "*"-' ; News Realty, Inc.

suit was lost and Judge Crawford let them know that no srarr ADOAts.I .. (BUILDERS DIVISION)

'new, suit can be filed in Circuit Court. I aft ,nnIM.SCCOCCUPAT1OfiI _ 4740 NW 7th Ave.PAGE .

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will be highlighted with the as a first to move Into the "
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Marguerite Models, here for Lincoln Road Restaurant's '
their big Fashion Show and maid department. True ih is one ;
dance at the King HeartH field we dominated some time :
Monday nlte. This affair will back. Recent replacement and ;
be, as the models put it, will crisis have placed us to be "has-
be the knock out punch to all beens" especially in such fine Monday tPREFIGHT a ",:'
shows for this great event in places.
Miami. They will hostess for The uo.ml: 0:' directors of SPECIAL M ;
Northwest Airlines enroute THE "WX" is hi receipt of Franklin Federal Savings and
here for this Stella event and 1 letter from 1I1!:dltor" Pvt. Loan Association has named Meet The -of-Town:
the fight James E. Borne IIoine( Miami Thora Keels assistant secretary,
rimes make-up man, etc. it was announced today by bank Fight Fans, you may meet tin,
I HAD THIS CALL coming from Fort Carson, Colo, were president Hill E. Miller. old friend
Terrance said, "Daddy Miss the 2nd Bn. GIst Inf. is station. Airs Keels, mothe of a 11earold Tuesday Night:
Crawford's name is Viola, not ed. lIo's four miles from Pike'sPeak \: girl, has been employ.
Mary and she's Miss Crawford'" on Cheyenne Mountain by Franklin Federal since it '
I should have known better :times} May he expects to go to opened for business in October Big VICTORY IMRTYin I \
It was in her class that Ferri- California with plans to go to 1902. She is n resident of the q 1
cita came up with the school Mexico. Besides the rugged I Curtis Park area in north west Honor of

song you so often hear at routine of Army life, Jimnile : Miami.Mrs. Keels will serve under (The Best Man) .
Frank C. Martin. Aside from having a ball.
Terry Cunningham, vice pre- SONNY LISTONor
that, we chatted away man? sident of Franklin Federal, in CASSIUS CLAYBREAKFAST .t .
blue grass days at Tropicalshe i her new position( and couple her :a
( a Kentuckian), :
duties with teller work.
I received that call Sundaj 'I I DANCi: _
evening. It wasn't as bad a? and SHOW __ .
Terry expected. Most: of all 1 ,., Chatter Matter __
liked the way she tried to tell ':"'1 Continued from page 2 Featured Attractions ___ is

me how wonderful people wen It ,.\0< Mm. KUXAIlliTII HUSTON, MAXINE DROWNf' __
to her with cards, visits, call' r .:,\ 1-T.O::l NW 00th St. who has been ,, .
and other get-well Jackson Memorial GARNET and .
gestures. :b 111 at the COOPER .',
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Hospital for some time I h improving His KINFOLK BAND _
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TIIK MEX OF 8t Mary's to the delight of her _
Missionary Baptist Church, Co .. )
'lends.Mr. .
many fi FRANK DuBOISE and His r' '}
Grove I
conut are inviting friend ; and :Mm VINCKNT '
to their 20th annual Men's Da "CHICKEN SCRATCHERS": '
? O'imiKX: of IbCO NW G2nd Ter- ,
celebration Sunday Th'ffirst
curtain (call for Noe' returned enjoyable this visit week to from}Kingston a: very, BOBBY MARSHALL (MCj)b"> ./:'. ..,

p-oduce under the Impressarir and other places:: In Jamaica. and His ALL-STAR SHOW :" "
Raymond Aranha at Liberty I h'. and ;Mrs.' JOHN L1N1HKV >. .. 6''
Square Auditorium March 13. of Detroit arc vacationingIn (Admission: Fri. Sun. $1.50 : 1\ ,/

GREATER: MIAMI Daughter our city. While here the Saturday 2:00: "t.t; \' : .:
Elks have their anniversary ir Llnilscys are liouscguests of Monday 1.00 Tuesday 1.50 __ _..t.liJ!
ball all set for Knight: Heat 'w :Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Pdessey.
Wednesday, Feb. 27. This event' t Betty and John arc enjoying Come early and gout your seat to hear round by round
is the one attraction all the t S K Miami immensely at the heightof
# (girls) Daughters of Elkdom q its tourist season. description of the fight over our P. A. System.

strut' their stuff I
Bethune Carroway lloncrts memner ;Mrft. WiniJIC 1L JAMISON, s .
Chapter No. 87 OES, is invit
of the popular Gospel Jazz Sing. assistant principal for adminis-
ing to its FeU 23 Tea .
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The Cleo Rolling are slated to ers now appearing at the Castaways tration at irrw nnd Mrs. Dorothy COMING FEBRUARY 28.29 and MARCH lit
re-open the former Shaddle's I Motel on Miami Beach Edwards- assistant t principal -
celebrates his 22nd birthday for guidance at Northwestern -
Tavern, ICth Avenue's I
(loud, but popular Feb 22. lIe is the son of Mr. are attending the Guidance DEE DEE SHARP
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South Florida abolish the death penalty? By PAUL HKNtlY
is considering this impor- .--.-.-...----....-.,-..--.
A state commission now -
remains to be In Dallas, Texas where Jack
x a. V ) !I V tant matter. Just what the findings will be Rubyis being tried for the
seen. Official reports show 8,400 murders commited in murder of Lee Harvey Oswald
the United States in 1962. following the death of the late
President John
F4
-- ---_. _. Reports are that consensus of opinion among Florida little or no progress was Kennedy made,
II. J:. 8IGJ8MUNI JtrEVESi; Editor and Publisher prison officials is for leaving well enough alone. on the first day of the trial
Only one juror was:
GARTH C. nKEVKfl, Managing Editor empanneJed
When serious consideration is given this matter' 'it in Judge Joe B. Erowh's Court.
Member of thfj NattO Ituhlflll-hf.W8
_. _ralNtWPpApcra.. .. Association want to leave this old
""---- ----- ---- will be found that few, if any, The Holiday Inn Motel at
SUBSCRIPTION HATES world in an electric chair or by a hangman's noose. No, 17451 Collins Ave, will get in
ONE-. YEAR $5.00'' SIX. MONTHS' ---$3.00.---- FOREIGN. $0.00 life is far too precious for that. Even a murderer would glad with Miami Deach officials
if
Entered' Second Class Matter, August 0, 1027 nt the Post Officeat rather pass to the Great' Beyond in an easier manner. information they continue Mr.spreadJhg false
and
Miami, Florida, under the. act of March 8, 1876 Thomas Mrs.
The death penalty is undobuledly a deterent td'mur- C. arrived Phillips last week of Wash. D.
With
Main Office at 6740 N.W. J Hith' Avenue-i'hono OX 1-0421 der. vations but Holiday reser
Downtown Office: 1112 N.W 3rd Avenue Phone FR 3-2236 Manager
A life sentence is also a preventative ; no man wantsto Charles Sumrall told them he

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" spend the greater part or his life behind prisoni bars. could it was not not accept the policy them of because
The NEGRO' PRESS believes that America GaD beat lead the: Not do. Beach Miami
many to accept Negroes in
world from racial and nnttonnl antagonism when It accords to hotels
murder or motels. The
for
It seems to this scribe that paroles arc PhillJns
every man regardless) or race!, creed or color hH human and are considering a suit.
legal right. Hitting no man, fearing no man-the Negro Press generally faulty. If a man is a murderer to be parolled' ,
strives tot help every man in the firm belief that all men are he should have been kept out of society for at least 20 In Ambler, Pa., somewhere
hurt aa long aM anyone IH held back.HELPING or 25 years. or somehow called the City of
Brotherly Love something has
"" happened to the brothers or
CUBA the law. One of the monuments
# Bethlehem Baptist Church has
While the United States has been trying to prevent been bombed causing an esti-
Cuba from 'receiving certain goods that' are necessary to Jack's MEN'S WEAR mated $10,000 damage.

keep the Castro regime going, other nations, supposedly and This has edifice is 76 years old

friends of the 'United States, keep trading with Cuba, SEE "MR. JACK" The Rev.a Silas membership B, Holmes of is 350 its
supplying her needs. This is done in spite of the fact some FOR pastor.

of these nations are receiving aid from the United States. STYLES FOR ALL AGES The explosion occurred 15
They see it a? a matter of business, regardless of how minutes after the choir left
The Very Latest in Men's Fashions the church. The community
the United States looks at itj. where this church is located
Then too, the recent decision of the United States to SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS has no history of racial vIo-

sell Russia wheat, at least gives them a point to strengthen ITALIAN SHOES lence
their argument. For Russia being allied with Cuba
944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami Florida
benefits by ,the wheat sale. -, ''', .", '" '- .
There are differences of opinion on the wheat sale. -

Many people are against it. -"
At present, three or four foreign ships are tied
up at docks, waiting to be loaded with wheat for Russia New Homes Finest For Less

However the Longshoremen's Union has refused to load
3 Large Bedroom, 2 Hath, Canine, Kleclilc' Kitchen
them, and they have a good point. Their claim is that the
1452 N.W. 58(1.( Terrace Open 3 to 5 p.m. .
agreement was that 50 percent of the wheat to Russia
would be shipped in American vessels and that is not 1914 X.W. 10th! Sheet Ploiitla loom

being done.. Large lots for sale
The government this week announced cutting off
aid to Britain, France and Yugoslavia, and, have given no- Double lots on 63rd Street $1,500 up

fice to Spain' and Morocco that if .they continue trading Cash paid for Lots and Homes

with Cuba United States aid will be cut off. Need
Money? See BARON JE 8.1340
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Well, we will see how this problem is solved. a
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the other It's difficult to help with one hand, and hurt with :;:'"'" :;;; ;: ; ;; =. ;;: ::: :: :
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give consideration ,to all nations receiving United States : 4 iEddie ;

facts aid Is should it necessary be known.? Is it at all profitable? At least these I ::' WIGS! MISS! WIGS! II OIC .. ...

I! Jenkins a Miami lands
JFK MEMORIAL PROGRAMDade cape gardener, is Franklin Federal
FINANCEDEVERY Savings safe driver of the

County School Board is considering a :Memo- f week .Mr. Jenkins, who is mar
rled and has lived in Miami
rial Program known as the John F. Kennedy Memorial I for many years received $10

Program. It would include the ,following: !! as a safe driving award and was
Fifty working awards for Dafde Junior College students I TYPE AND COLOR given an' additional $1() 'be ause
he had a Franklin Federal Save
From jet black to salt and pepper, to platinum blonde | Ipgs account as well.
,:Five ,consultantships for teachers. on leave from Anyone can-participate' in
other large 'city school systems :An unspecified number We specialize in fashion tress guaranteedvigs! ; ]Franklin Federal's $safe, driver
i of internships! for college students. who are training to contest. 'Simply:*!pick Kub your
become teachers. LOW DOWN beautiful free' Franknn'Federalbumper
strip :at the Franklin
Winners of awards would. work in schools in slum PAYMENT'I Federal offices located at; the
1 communities. CALL SLIM I corner of North ,West '10th St.
and 3rd Ave. There's nothing to
The report comes from a' committee appointed by \ buy and you :doh't even'' have .to
the school board", including Mrs ,Anna Brenner Myers t LORET'S SALON OF BEAUTY have an account at ;Franklin
and Jack Gordon. The memorial is the brainchild of board, i Federal to enter. Display the
member Gordon. 4606 NW 7th Avenue bumper strip on" the front or
rear bumper of your automobileand
Junior college students receiving awards on kindergarten 759-9181, if no if you are a safe driver
anaswer PL 1-7871
,
I' programs 15 hours a week for 40 weeks. Their early or Franklin Federal spotters may

renumeration would be $50 a month. :r grand select you prize winner as next Bill week's Miller

Successful consultants would teach at the Junior Col- President of Franklin Federal,
lege and supervise work in the schools. urges everyone to participatein
0U Viould you like a joy this important civic porject.
The program appears to be an interesting one and Just drop in and ask for a bum

should, appeal to the public. that starts as high as per 'strip and you automatically
: The sum of $50,000 annually ,would he set aside for qualify to win one of FranklinIederal's

the five John F. Kennedy Consultants from. other urban $100 a week, climbs to weekly cash prizes.

school systems. $130 a week with reC1 J''T' Attention
The committee thinks the community should be ask-
ed to finance 50 or more working awards for junior. col- raises?QO I Home OwnersFor

lege students. You want a civil service position. If you're 1C-55, a U.S. quality building
citizen,and you qualify,you can take the test. Our home! additions and remodelingPL
... TAKE EXAMINATION study training program will prepare you.
., SEND FOR FREE LIST OF CIVIL SERVICE JOBS AND 4. 655
.. SALARIES.. ALL OFFERING !
".. Judge Grady Crawford has informed eight Negro LIFETIME SECURITY, NO DOWN PAYMENTFrom

detectives. who have been doing such work from five to Q $5 per week
18 years that they cannot be given permanent rank as FHA OR BANK TERMSFla.

detectives unless they take the competitive civil service Room Kitchens
: iiBininc SEAL Bedrooms'
> xamlnation. Bathrooms
.. 110 X.}. lG3rd:
The eight policemen are paid as patrolmen' while North Miami Iteach Street, Fla. Carportes Garages
porkirig-; In plalnclothes as detectives Phone WI 5-5115 Awnings Fences

'They' took their case to the Circuit Court but the I NAMC. News Realty, Inc.

*suit was lost and Judge Crawford let them know that no STREET ADORESIIII (BUILDERS DIVISION)
''' 'new suit can be filed in Circuit Court. em -UATt4ESEXOCCUPATION -
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Do not despair fellows. Take the examination. INDFPAGE '

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THE L1STOX-CLAY fight o know Irene Mays Is listedas MAXINE .
will be highlighted with the a first to move into the
Marguerite Models, here for Lincoln Road Restaurant's k
their big Fashion Show and maid dcpattmcnt True ih is one .
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dance at the King O'Hearts field we dominated some time BROWN
Monday nlte. This affair will back. Recent replacement and I ;
be, as the models put It, will crisis have placed us to be "hu: ,
be the knock out punch to all beens" especially in such fine -I Monday Night: 't ,
shows for this great event In places. '''::0::>' '
Miami. The uo:ml or directors of ,
They will hostess for PRE-FIGIIT SPECIALMeet
Northwest Airlines enroute THE "WX" Is In iccolpl} of Pianklin Federal Savings and
here for this Stella event and I letter from "Editor" Pvt. Loan Association has named The Out of.Townl) .
James E. Home IIoine( Miami Thora Keel assistant secretary
the fight. a f
rImes make-up man, etc. it was announced today by bank Fight Fans, you may meet an:
I HAD THIS CALL coming from Fort (Carson Colo, where\ president Bill I:. Miller. old friend t
Terrance said, "Daddy Miss the( 2nd Bn. Gist Inf. is station. Mrs. Keels, mothe of o 11v Tuesday Night t ",
ed. lIe's miles car-old girl, has been employ- i
Crawford's name Is Viola, not four from Pike's
Mary and she's Miss Crawford'" [Peak, on Cheyenne Mountain by Franklin Federal since it '
t tin
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I should have known better. ones May he to go to (opened for business in October Big'ICTOll [
It was In her class that Ferrl- California with pans)) to go to 1002.) She Is n resident of the
city came up with the school Mexico. Besides the rugged Curtis Park area in north west Honor of k

song you so often hear at routine of Army life Jlmmles Miami Mrs. Keels will serve under (The Best Man)
having a ball.
Frank C. Martin.
Aside from '
Terry Cunningham, vice president SONNY LISTON
that we chatted away man? of Franklin Federal, [In d
CASSIUS CLAYBREAKFAST
blue, grass days at Tropicalshe or _
her new position and couple her ;' ;
( a Kentuckian). duties with{ teller work.
DANCE "
I received that call unda)
evening. It wasn't as bad a? and SHOW .:'
Chatter Matter
Terry expected. Most of all 1 -
liked the way she tried to tell 't' Continued) from page 2 Featured AttractionsMAXINE 'i: ,,
me how wonderful people were : \h'/il.: / KMXAIIKTII HUSTON, BROWN
to her with cards!, visits, call! 140 NW 00th St. who has been t
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and other get-well gestures. 111 at the Jackson Memorial GARNET COOPER and :
Hospital for some time Is 1m- His KINFOLK BAND jY" +
THE MEN OF fit :Mary'sMissionary }proving to the delight of her
Baptist Church, Co friends. FRANK DuBOISE and His ;
many f .
conut Grove are Inviting friends ; :.Mr. IIIHIh'H.: VINCENT' :
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to their 20th annual Men's Da "CHICKEN SCRATCHERS" :
: ? ()'IHttl< S'of IbfO NW 02nd Ter- t, ,. .
celebration Sunday Thr 1'l I
first curtain call for Noe' returned enjoyable this visit week to from Kingston a very, BOBBY MARSHALL (MC)| '', \\f:

p-oduce under the Impressarlc and other places in Jamaica. and His ALL-STAR SHOW ': '>{ '
Aranha
Raymond at Liberty y ,. ; 1 h'. 1111(1h'H.: JOHN LIND "
Square: Auditorium March 13. : HiV: of Detroit arc vacationing (Admission: Tri, Sun. $1.50 ;., ." ,
RKATKK MIAMI Jnulthtt'r ..,i ,of .J! In our city. While here the Saturday 2.00: rt ',:f '
Elks have their anniversary '" l yr;, Llmlscys arc housegucsts of Monday 1.00 Tuesday 1.50T .Liiti1Come
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Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Pdessey. --"'
ball all set for Knight Beat r 'fi I /' if
Wednesday Feb. 27. This eventis ', ::1 /' Betty and) John arc cn height early and yet your seat to hear round by round
I' ., ,' W Miami Immensely at the
.. the one attraction all the ,
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4,. (girls) Daughters of Elkdom :\.j.., ,\ Pt." ; of its tourist season. description of the fight over our P. A. System

"strut their stuff Bethune Cairo way Konorts) meriurcr> :Mrs \VII.UIC IL JAMISON, 0 .
No. 87 OES Is
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Chapter inviting
of the popular Gospel Jazz Sing. assistant principal for adminis-
i to its Fell 23 Tea .
The you Cleo Rollins are slated to ers now appearing at the Castaways tration at BTW and Mrs. Dorothy COMING FEBRUARY 28.29 and MARCH lit
Motel on Miami Beach, Edwards, assistant princi-
the former Shaddle'sTavern
reopen celebrates his 22nd birthday pal for guidance at Northwestern -
loud 15th Avenue's popular Feb. 22. He Is the son of Mr. are attending the Guidance DEE DEE SHARPie
but
( friendly) beer and
and Mrs. Hham A. Culmcr, Personnel Coference at Morris
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wine tavern
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LET'S TALK POLITICS PHIL OSSOFER I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1964 PAGE 7


SAYS: I

By NORMAN: E. JONES Prisoner Su sMtro For

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OP' TIIK NEGRO IN POLITICSThe Congratulations to the found I

--- - - ers of the first integrated National -
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Bank in the South! Sym
Post Reconstruction Era stand the role of the Negro in bolically, our government's O.K),. Jail SegregationJames
The the political affairs of this Na- on this new venture came on
presidential race of 1876 tion. Lincoln's birthday, thus makinga
between
Samuel J,Democratic Candidate To this end we will go into new emancipation proclamation Ferguson charged Tuesday meats to the U. S. Constitu-
Candidate! Tilden and Republican detail the discussion of the in the financial world. This that his arrest for failing tion uphold his rights, Ferguson
Rutherford B. Church and Fraternal Organiza is great news. (inte-great, to leave a segregated restaurantwas contends. He asks
Hayes was very closely and tions as they relate to the polI- that is!) illegal and so was his. a three-judge
hotly contested with Tilden the tical and economic destiny of It was President Lincoln who detention in the segregated section federal tribunal to rule on the
apparent electoral winner by 181 to 103 the American Negro. eliminated slaving, and now of the county jail. constitutionality of the Florida
votes. But Republican Ferguson filed the suit in laws..
Lincoln National will
Party Chairman Zachariah Continued next week encourage
federal
court that *
contending
savings (You from ;
Chandler did not concede the get saving the David Burns, owner of Burns' Six Negroes Including Ferguson -
slaving by knocking 1' out
victory and challenged the elec Grill at 10-11 NW 17th Ave., had were ejected from three
of It.) As In
they
England:
toral say
votes of the
states of Oregon What's
MoreImportant no right to refuse him service
Good
Florida show! restaurants. The other five were
South
Carolina Sunday evening or have police
and Louisiana which totaled 22 Than I'm sure this bank will draw evict him.Defendants. freed on bond.
electoral votes.Chandler much Interest from the local The suit charges that "the defendants -
Money? market area. The depositors will in the suit are are well aware of the
suceeded in maneu- Many things are more important draw Interest, too. That's the Sheriff T. A. Buchanan, State unconstitutlonallty" of Florida r
vering these disputed votes in than money, but noth.ng principal reason for opening an Attorney Richard Gerstein and statutes which permit Jail inmates -
Congress which appointed a '. is more maslc to c I v I 1 account that one can near !it.' Dade County Commissioners. to be segregated because r
committee of eight Republican rights than emolovment. My good friend Garth Reeves I The 13th and 14th amend- of race. '
and seven Democrats to settle !managing editor of The MiamiDaddy
the Philadelphia has done some- ---------- -- -- -"--- --
disputed votes. It was here Times, is well qualified to operate -
again that the Southern Politicians .hlng about employment. an integrated bank. As a
proved their adeptnesF Atlanta has done something newspaper man he has been SOCIAL SECURITYMore Don't Miss ThisThe
by entering into the Infamous about employment. dealing in black and white all
deal whereby the disputed votes Miami intends to do some-i his life. Women's Auxiliary of
would be cast in favor of Hayes hing about employment. I'd like to offer some slogansfor * * the Greater Miami Branch
in return for the withdrawalof The' Rev. Oliver W. Holmes, the new bank. Here they NAACP cordially Invite you
Federal Troops from the associate director of the are: "Don't be a no-account ., and yours to attend the first of
South, and so Hayes was de- Georgia: Council on Human Re- Open an account at Lincoln Na- its kind being sponsored by
clared President by an electoral ations has been leading the tional". "What you save at Lincoln them. A "Religious Song Festi
vote of 185 to 18f, the Federal Ulanta fight for equal employ- National can save you" A. AEYI.T1.6D M'IT11 THI tl M.YRI NNNN7 val" on Sunday afternoon, FeU.
Troops were withdrawn from ment and will speak to the 1 "Open an account at Lincoln 23, at Mt.\ Zion Baptist Church
the Southern States once again Greater Miami chapter, Florida National, and make your own than one million people aoi NW {Jith St. Come and hear
leaving the Negro to the mercy Council on Human Relations emancipation proclamation." over G5 lose social security your favorite gospel} singers' and
of former slaveholders.Once Thursday, Feb. 27, 7:30: p.m., at Lincoln National Bank will lie money each month This report community church choirs all
the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. I a great success. You can bankon came from Edward P. appearing on the same program.
the Federal Troops were The purple in invited. I that. Blonston, District Manager of Two of the many singers up-
withdrawn it did not take lonp the Miami North Social Secu- pearing will be the Mltchelairs
for the Southern Politicians tc rity Office. Mr. Blonston wenton und Apostolic Singers of Per-
eliminate the Negro from poll to say, "Many workers over tine Fla. Dazelle D. Simpson,
tics by the use of force, intimi 65 feel there is no use to ask well known pediatricianof
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dation, economic reprisals, heat. Grace's Church about payments. They believe the Miami area will be the
ings, and even murder. For a they can t get social security principal speaker. This programIS
period of a few years various payments if they earn over scheduled for 3 p.m. Make it
factions in many areas of the $1200." He explained In some a must on your calendar. Remember -
South used the Negro vote to Sues PreacherLast cases an employed or self-em there is no admission.

attain their own ends, but no ployed$1100 person and still may earn as muchas ...- .......-.. .
receive
matter which faction won by some
corraiing the Negro vote the week, the United House in other states against tho True social security payments. lie ....... ...... ............
other factions bitterly opposedthe of Prayer for All People filed Grace Memorial House of Pray : mentioned as an example the
Negro vote being the balanceof Another suit here in Circuit er. The most recent one was case of a worker earning $2100 Painting Contractor
power and as a result more Jourt against the True Grace In New York last month, whena who lost $GOO because he didn't
and more subterfuges both legal Memorial House of Prayer, located restraining order was taken apply for old-age benefits. Still WARNER HINESLicennod
and Illegal were practiced to in Hollywood, Florida, out by the United House of another case involved a 08 year-
.
prevent the Negro from going and pastored by Elder Noble Prayer against True Grace old worker, his wife and two tr; w
to the polls or when he did to tlarrls. Memorial to prevent the True minor children. In that case
throw the ballots out. Elder Harris, werl-known and Grace Church from opening a payments to the family could \
respected Miami I i minister, new church in New York. The have started three years ago.
was served with the subpoenaat suit also stated that the United As a result over $2000 was lost.
Within a few years as the Mr. Blonston advised all work-
is
his church /last Thursray. House of Prayer 'suffering }
nated reactionary the Southerners domi- The suit is asking that the defendant a loss of members and donations ers, regardless of age, to find
state legislatures a church I since the out what social security meansto
and his be prohibited True Grace Memorial
series of laws
were passed infamously I them. "Knowing the full
into existence. story
from using the name of came
known as "The Black I I about social security may affect -
The True Grace
Codes which True Grace Memorial House of Memorial
eliminated .
thoroughly planning for retire-
your }
the Prayer, or the name of Bishop House of Prayer is a splinter
Negro from partici- ment well the
C. M. Grace, Daddy Grace or group} that came out of "United" as as payments
pation in local
and I will
state The Miami
politicssome you get. North
anything similar to confuse the after the death of "Sweet Daddy -
of the most effective being manager invited people to call
public that the two churches Grace" on account of actionsof
niulIly Insured
"The Grandfather visit
Clause, 'I or the social security office
the Poll Tax Laws The Multi- are connected. I' Grace's Bishop Walter McCullough, at 2.1:! NE 70th St. The tele City und County
Similar suits have been filed successor.
ple Ballot, and Literacy Tests. phone number Is 7&9-4521 Service phone FR 9.8685
,To be absolutely sure that the
Negro would 'not mess' with Join The Carver "Y" FlUCi+ ''t+: KHTIMATKH

local and state politics such Senators Get Warning From CORE, ................. .... ... .
terroristic organizations as The James Farmer, national director In the hometown of any senator -
Knights of The White Camelia, of the Congress of Re- who does not vote for clo-
The Ku Klux Klan, The Night cial Equality said Sunday in ture. He said CORE planned to
Riders and other such groups Washington that "direct action"may have "even more lobbyists" on Ford Real Estate Specials!
took the law in their own hands be used against any sena- hand for the Senator civil
and physically made it Impos- LOr who falls to try to choke off rights debate than it had in SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION TODAY
sible for the Negro to even attempt a Southern filibuster against the House. Down Payments From $100
to petition for their rights he civil rights bill. The bill was approved by a
an citizens so recently guaran- "The exact nature of the direct large majority In the House 1--4701 NW 15th Avenue. CBS $90 month includes -
teed by the 13th-l.ith and 15th action has not yet been de- last week. It is expected to taxes, insurance. See this beauty, Florida
Amendments.The termined," he said. come up in the Senate later room and carport. Terrific deal for a school
Farmer said that Instead of this month or next. Southerners teacher.
Negro was driven track another march on Washington, are expected to stage a fili
into the abyss of political darkness protest marches will be made buster. 2-2125 NW 44th Street. Large home, fenced yard. i

little t/etter than actual ....................... ........................................... .....,- .................................................. ....,.... ............ $20 week.
slavery. Deserted by the Federal 3-4502 NW 23rd Ave. Large house for rent. $20
Government, left to the mercy week.
of his former Slave Master he WILLIS B. WALDROP'S
4-1457 NW 50th Street. Terrific
faced a hopeless future. area. CBS home
Garage.

The one bright hope which 5-1111 NW 48th Street. Nice home. Good area.
sustained the Negro in this RED BARNThe garage..

dark period was the privilege 6-7021 NW 6th Court. $500 down, $80 month, 2-
to meet together. This
he used to privilege bedroom, 2 bath home. I
organize Churchesand
Fraternal Organizations out home of the Country Souse 7-1228 NW 42nd Street. For rent, small house.

of which he could find fellowship I $18 week.

God, relief with his from fellow physical man suffering and Fish, Chicken and N. Y. Barbecue I 8-2959 NW 57th Street $150 down, $20 week.

and an opportunity to- CHOICE WINES 9-3154 NW'' 57th Street $150 down, $20 week. ,

continue the practice of 'poli 10-Terrific 3-bedroom, 2 bath home for a: professional
tics', for it was in these Reli- Taylor', Duff Gordon' and Harvey' person. Call u. for this outstanding prop
tlons which provided a vehicle
tlons which provided a veclcle And all Kosher Wines erty.
for the to sound trainIng
Negro get -
not only in politics but ... ..--..,.-,..
See selection of
economics as well. our large duplexes
Jam Sessions on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and income properties From $500 down

Fraternal Organizations and ALL DAY
the Church played such a very
Important part in not only the We are open Saturday and Sunday
political and economic destinyof 1980 N.W. 54th St. NE 5.9385
the Negro in America but
In his survival Ford Realty Inc.
even more Important
in a hostile environmentthat WATCH FOR THE RED BUILDING ,

serious discussion at length Open from 7 awn to 1 am. M7
be to this subject to 569 N.W. 54th Street Ph. 758-8761

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Miss Jessie Gay, Prince Wil,
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Ood- nt. I Hams, Charles Meadows, Marvin
A preaohar'a Jott U to teach, Smith and Miss Edna Braddv
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1964 not chtttiie; Thus saith the Daniel R. Francis Is the Teach'

..........................'.'......,.....,.......,. ,.........................................:.....w...............................................................................,.....\w....... Lord. He not only said It but er-coordinator of the DCT program .
lived up to this task. His life at North Dade and
% % % i : is the example. His teaching Is Charles D. Wyche Is the very
reference. The sermon on
our I active principal. Transportation
the mount, sets the stage for to the meeting was obtained
ona
other teaching and preachingIn chartered Gray Line bus

.... Christ name.
:: Who Is fit to examine or
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........ ....,. .. .. m e. 5 ...'. I I and make preachers a critique? The of churches answer 4w er The Miami Daughter Temple Elks will of Great cele-
aer' can be derived from an inter- brate their 20th
...... anniversary
: I Thisis
Iatteh7:1.5
( u. ... pretation of : with a dance, Wednesday, Feb.
Mlii .. .. W ifltJflllll then a philosophical matter. Z 20, 9 until.
........ 'u...,.... .. ; if of
,............ : : :.dtb:6tWii f iliilt: I It Is a matter interpretation
vw.....:'.''.;.:...... : .....:.onn. : 'T" ""' { I of certain key words. I The highlight of the evening
By ALBERT W. COOKE will be the crowning of Mrs.
I Souls are not to wait for self- Greater Miami. The three
love-
Christ that share In com- ,
you suchan
"JESUS WEPT SAYING perfection before making contestants
Iv are: Dts. Willie
FATHER FORGIVE; THEM I mon with'others.. It's a part of evaluation. At first glanceto Harris Delores
Whitehurst
:; ; and
heaven. Christ's continuous ...
God in ..
There is nothing more prec- question or religion .: rtLNl. Pnncnconn,
within the churchis
ious to a community than its flowing spirit any way seems taboo. A close- -
church. This is the 'heart" of the cement which binds the look reveals an open Invitationto h, W1w, ---
community souls together and questioning what ever -
power
any society. Since the house of HARVIN
worship is such a vital organof causes growth and develop- it is that sustains life thru MISS IMOGENE .
life it ought to get a checkup ment! itc many manifestations does DCT
frequently The "stetho- I Remember the old which not mind scrutiny. The spirit North Dade
scope" to be used is the canons song of life pleads to the living not '
"If the preacher is In the
says I Club 2nd in Spelling
abandon the Idea of reflect- '
set forth by the Holy Book. church my Lord and he won'tdo to ;
There should be a "onetoonecorrespondence" ing profoundly upon the
Lord What
right are:
my church The DCT Club of North Dade .
between the or anything else.
you going to do Pick him up, I In 4 ,t
church and divine laws. kick him out and let the The church is like man's soul High School hack Opa-locka 2nd
brought a shining
which has hidden .
A Christian church should bea church roll on. This should children many parts.God's : place trophy from its meeting '4y4rt
impress even a kid. It ought to are to look at
"Living Christ. Its evalua- : that was held in Fort Myerp
these hidden
parts in order to
tive criteria is the life of Christ Instill In adults a very high make that all Is well the pact week. The honor cameto
for the church.As sure -
always within its walls there regard COUSIN. I Miss Imo ?ene Harvin for t
are echoes. Some of these are: one goes to church oc- her excellent spelling in the
The Lord's Prayer; The 23rd casslonally: and tolerates these I Spelling Pee! that is held as apart
Floral
Psalm; The 121st Psalm. If so-called messages, he pondersHis Heights I of the annual: meeting of
there Is not this type feeling in soul cries out, give me that Elementary SchoolYou I District IV of the Cooperative
the church a sermon cannot be old time regllgion. This is because I I Education Clulk of Florida. The
truly worthwhile to Christ. many of these so called lIst place went to Dunbar High
Invited
A church is a realization of sermons and preachers are not are to Floral ; which was the host club.
Heights School
Elementary Annual
Musical PTA Tea. When?I Two spellers from each of
Saturday, Feb 23, 1001. the eleven schools In DistrictIV
Where Floral Heights Elem. I are selected to compete for
School 5120 NW 21th Ave. the honor. The hl \ In
Time: 4:00: to 0:00: p.m. the district are: Carver Mavs I I Dt. Sarah Smalley is work-
Northwestern and BTW in Miami -
y Ing untiringly to make this one
: V? Y Free Trip to The Carver of Delray, Dillard of the L'jst affairs of the sea-
A( JMr
of Ft. Lauderdale, Lincoln Park
MoonWith Academy of Ft. Pierce, Roosevelt son.We
all Bills
are asking ,
ofV Palm Beach, Blanch
int.iRinntlon,: you can Ely of Pompano::: and Dunbar of Daughters and friends to helpus
got a five trip to the moon or of Ft. :Myers. make this the best anniver
any of the Outer Planets 4! Our
cosmic atmosphere will stir the :Miss Harvin also won placeon sary ever.
deepest roots of your InuiKinn-,: North Dade's Honor Roll at
tlon. Make tho wonderful scene the recent close of the first
at the Satellite J ollnJte. Simply semester. Something, to Sell?
I "Out of the World. Other DCTers who represented
: SATELLITE LOUNGE North Dade High in various
!
G222 N.W. 7th Avenue competitions and activities were: Try a 'Times' Ad

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\ Tiny Teen dance classes In Tap
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I Evelyn Stllwell are students day morning from 10 a.m. to 12 WMBM Disc Jockey
the Northwest YWCA
noon at:
Adrian Perry, daughter of Mr
Center, 5100 NW 21st Ave. For
and Mrrs.V.. O. Perry and: Rene further Information, call 634- WILD MAN STEVE x
Strozier, daughter of, Mr. and 2651.

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MIAMI FLA.
SATURDAY Ladies amateur victor Althea
FEBRUARY 22, 1964 PAGE 91 GIBson of New York has turn- Painless Office Treatment of
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Ie'Vest cnd+'Etbel,1'.1\td1.s's-t' 'W shlng- /,
America's tpn. D.C.-ax; <*,expected to havea Itactal Dlwases, Varicose Veins, 1.-0. .
I ., Southernmost City close{ battle;to grab the vacated -; .t tfr-No1 lout tlm e-Discard Truss
nr nuNCR. Ili. PAhMICIt spot. Upon Correction of Rupture Reducing

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OUR BOYS IN ,SERVICE wish WAKE' UP and LIVE
him
,,iiAirman ,.,*,* a speedy recovery. -
Second' Class Alvin Receive God's blessings cachdav -
M. Leggett is being reassigned Sympathy Is extended to from the Golden Psalms
to Okinawa following nis Mrs, Mary Roberts and fami- and Proverbs. Has good fortune
graduation from the Technical lyulnjhe loss of their father, passed you by, homo unhnnpv. LIBERTY HOMES!
Training Course for United who died In Miami last week. c.m't pay bills, :need a spiritual ...,
States Air Force radio opera- lift, Rick and want to bo healed, "
doctors have gh'en ,your,case,
Charlie Sifford in up t ;
tors.Airman Leggett, son of Mr. friend you needGMl. God gave '24w 46th St. Fully furnished 2-bedroom
and Mrs. Samuel D. Leggett of NorthSouthCharlie man herbs for all kinds of sickness. separate garage, enclosed
216 Eneas Lane, was trained to Itrnd Genlsls 1:29, Ezekiel I
operate radio receivers, type- Sifford of Los Angeles 17:12: Psalm 104:11.: Name your porch. No qualifying, no
writers and recording And frequently a PGA touring heads bickncM! 1 from heart trouble to I closing costs, only $75 per
meter equipment.The the latest entrants proh e Miami cancer. I have an herb that month. Total $9,500.
Airman was recently North-South Golf Tourna- may help. Thousands of others,
promoted to his present rank ment, Feb 21-28, at the Miami art thanking God today for the \
A graduate of Douglass High Springs Course many blessings received. Read 500 NW 46th St.Fully furnished corner, 2-
School, he entered the Air Sifford who won the North- St. John 14 chapter, verses bedroom' enclosed garage,
Force In June, 1903. South pro title in 1957, paced 13-14. JOSUH! says ho will do it. big jalousied porch $400 ,f :
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Pass this
I the field in the recent Los Angeles news to a friend Enclose '
Army Sgt. Marvin A. Dean, Open the first three days $1. and self addressed airmail down $77 month. I
son of Mrs. Edith F. Dean, 12.D but faltered on the final 18 stamped envelope for complete -, .
Fort Village, was graduated holes, finishing tied for third. book of Psalms and week'sKtilptnre Beautiful, immaculate 'y
the armored division Ted Rhodes daily lessons. Address 311 NW 46th St.Most
from
non- of St. Louis, a ,
Spiritual of dn.
to Church 2-bedroom. $300
Only
commissioned officer (NCO) two-time winner, and defend- ,
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CliiM, 111 '. P. O. Box 0520: T
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$77.72 month
Academy In Germany Jan. 18. I lag champion Lee Elders of Street, N.W., or main office.
Los Angeles will provide stiff ,
'During the course Sgt. Dean I competition for Sifford. The Bishop E. H. McNeill j
received two weeks of rigor- will divide with 500 NW 47ith St. 2 Beautiful CBS homes on
pros $3,000, top f>07 YOU STEEP, N.". .
ous training in leadership and prize $SOO. WASHINGTON, D. C. 1 corner lot. Income from
exercise, of command, was I _. I one pays' most of mortgage.No .
reading the history of Military
weapons and military teach- qualifying. Make good
ing methods. MONEY FOR down payment, live in gor-
home with wall to
The Sgt. Is'a forward observers I geous

in Headquarters Co, 3rd iiOMEOWNiERS! ."., '0< 'r,...,..' *,e- wall carpeting, drapes,
Battalion of the division 51st ,> ... rugs, etc.
Infantry in Germany. lIe entered ,! h .
the Army in 1033 and l I Reduce payments Pay all your bills $1000-$20 mo. .
was stationed at Fort Riley, Quick, Confidential Service $2000-$30 mo. 569 NW'47th ler. 3-bedroom, no qualifying,
Kan. before arriving overseason Loans approved the same day $3000-$40 mo. move right, in. You must
this tour of duty In October No Service Charge whatsoever tr .iy Knot yn soot see the inside of this home.

Dean, 1951., son of Alpheus Dean, UNITED MORTGAGE CO. L1c8n:-d d.ltd17th Wall to wall carpeting, j,I
This will sell
quiet street.
711 Thomas St., Is a IbJS! : graduate
of Douglass High School Fl., CONGRESS BUILDING FRanklin 92676ColI fast. ,
Hh wife Blond0!! nnd baby I M MHVM foe ,."....t.t/.e-H./ ..Enoet.sDRI
are with him in
Germany.
1083 NW 47th St.One block to Manor Park: f

The Regular Deluxe Club : corner, fenced
met nt the home of Mrs Fran I awnings, 2 bedroomsl Dip;

ces Meeting Palmer was Tuesday opened, with Feb. the 11. LIB CITY CBS, barbecue (cost $500))

vice president presiding. After 15x22 utility room with good:!)
the regular routine of businessa down payment, take over

repast, was ser\:eq.\ mortgage. Payments $85

The of the Regu- VE IN THEATRE22nd ,' ,. : :' .,.,. month. l

lar Deluxe Club attended
church service Sunday morn- Ave. and Palm Drive-in Theatres Corner CBS" 2-bedroom, 2
3894 NW 3rd Av:
ing at St. Stephen AME
bath furnished
fully an
COMPLETELY INTEGRATEDOX ,
Zion Church, Rev. James Butler -
pastor., He preached a powerful unusually fine home. Cosy
sermon which was en- 1-7959 22nd Ave and 69th St.BESTPICTU terms. Act fasti!
Joyed by all.Birthday .
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Greetings: Mrs,
Muriel Gates, Kyris F. Davis, Drive by and see these homes then come into our
Alexander Davis, Wlllard Carey RI office just a few blocks away we have 100 homes
Jr. and Henry Coleman. for immediate sale. Save time We can help you.

The Ladies Auxiliary Veter- OF THE YEAR !
ans of Foreign! Wars, 0021 LIBERTY REALTYMember
will have a special meeting at .
the VFW Hall Feb. 27,at 8 p.mAll l WINNER OF / ri8iareM1t9r! II
members are asked' to be I
present. !lACADEMY ( Miami Board of Realtors)
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sick at his residence. Friends Hii: : Till] WOIlLD'g
and members of the church i'l (HtIL 1T ntOHIIOTA
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liuppy. Jfo will photo sort how
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for you Come one, romp ull. Hfvillnjj meeting every UedncmLiy .
LOT OWNERS! ._ALEC OIAU$3.ANrtO4Y OuslN'JCK P14'JOSZtMR at the Spiritual Temple of /Ion, Inc., 5117 HW 17th
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THE MIAMI TIMES. MIAMI, FLA. God-ont. I' Hams, Charles Meadows, Marvin
A prtaohar'a Jptt la to teach, Smith and Miss Edna Braddv
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1904 I not chastise; Thus saith the Daniel R. Francis is the Teach'
Lord. He not only said It but er-coordlnator of the DCT
lived up to this task His life gram at North Dade pro and
Is the example. His teaching Is Charles D. Wyche is 'the Very
our reference. The sermon on yA h active principal. Transportation
1 tAt the mount, sets the stage for to the meeting was obtained ona

ML other Christ teaching name. and preachingIn chartered Gray Line bus,

Who is fit to examine or
make a critique of churchesand The Daughter Elks of Great*
preachers? The answercan f8r er :Miami Temple will cele-
erIJe/ be derived from an Inter- brate their 20th anniversary
t pretation of Mattehw 7:1-5.: Thisis with a dance, Wednesday, Feb.
then a philosophical matter.It 2G, 9 until.
rtik. is a matter of interpretationof
;oo.;.................... ..;.;. ...........................................',.-,......''..............av.......,."....................--- certain key words. i I The highlight of the evening
By'ALBERT: w. COOKE will be the crowning of Mrs
Souls are not to wait for self- Greater :Miami. The three love-
JESUS WBIT"SAYING Christ that''* you share in com- perfection before making suchan 1 Iv contestants are Dts. Willie
FATHER' FORGIVE THEM: I mon with. 'others. It's a part of evaluation. At first glanceto Harris, Delores Whitehurst and
There is nothing more prec- heaven. Christ's continuous question God or religion in rj 1\T.?... nnh4nc.nn.
within the church '
ious to a community than its flowing spirit any way seems taboo. A close- oJ
is the cement which binds the I .
church. This is the 'heart" of look reveals an open invitationto
community souls together and questioning what ever power -
any society Since the house of IIARVIN
worship is such a vital organof causes growth and develop- it is that sustains life thru) MISS IMOGENE .
life it ought to get a check ment! itc many manifestations does Dade DCT ,
up frequently The "stetho- j Remember the old song which not mind scrutiny. The spiritof North
scope" to be used is the canons life pleads to the living not '
says, "If the preacher is In the Club 2nd in Spelling
abandon the idea of reflect-
set forth by the Holy Book church my Lord and he won'tdo to
There should be "onetoonecorrespondence" Ing profoundly upon the
a
right Lord What are
my church or anything else. The DCT Club of North Dade .
between the
going to do Pick him rA
you up I In Opa-locka
School
church and divine laws. kick him out and let the The church is like] man's soul High 2nd
hack shining
r brought a
which has hidden I
A Christian church should bea church roll on. This should children many look parts.God's at I! place trophy from Its meeting
impress even a kid. It ought to are to
"Living Christ. Its evalua- that: was held in Fort Myersthe
these hidden in order to
tive criteria is the life of Christ instill in adults a very high parts pa week.. The honor cameto
make that all Is well
sure -
church.As .
regard for the
always within its walls there COUSIN Miss Imogone Harvin for
are echoes. Some of these are: one goes to church oc- her excellent spelling! in the Ni xM 5y
The Lord's Prayer; The 23rd cassionally and tolerates these Spelling: ]Bee that is held as apart
Psalm; The 121st Psalm. If so-called messages, he pondersHis Floral Heights of the annual meeting of
there is not this type feeling in soul cries out, give me that Elementary School District IV of the Cooperative
the church a sermon cannot be old time regllgion. This is because I Education Clulte of Florida. The
truly worthwhile to Christ.A many of these so called 1st place went to Dunbar High .
You Invited
church is a realization of sermons ,and preachers are not are to Floral ; which was the host club.
Heights Elementary School, An-
nual Musical PTA Tea. When I I Two spellers from each 'of
Saturday, Feb 23, 1901. the eleven schools] !In DistrictIV
Where Floral Heights Elem. are selected to compete for
School 5120 NW 21th Ave. the honor. The hit schools] In
Time: 4:00: to GOO: p.m. the district are: Carver Mavs\ I Dt. Sarah Smalley is workIng --
Northwestern and BTW in Miami untiringly to make this one
Free Trip to The Carver of Delray, Dlllard of the L''st affairs of the sea-
of Ft. Lauderdale, Lincoln Park
of Ft Pierce Roosevelt son.We
MoonWith Academy -
are asking all Bills! ,
of W. Palm Beach, Blanch
Imagination you can Ely of Pompano and Dunbar of Daughters and friends to helpus
get a free trip to the moon or of Ft. Myers. make this the best annIver-
nny of the Outer Planets$! Our
a ti cosmic atmospherem stir the Miss\ Harvin also won placeon sary ever.
deepest roots of your I Im 'Jtlna-! North Dade's Honor Roll at
tion. Make the wonderful scene the recent close of the first
nt tho Satellite Lounge. Simply semester Something, to Sell?
"Out of tho World." Other DCTers who represented
,; SATELL1TK LOUNGE North Dade High in various 'Times' Ad!
0222 N.W. 7th Avenue competitions and activities were: Try a

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THE MIAMI TIMES
SATURDAY MIAMI, FLA. Ladles amateur victor Althea

,J FEBRUARY'P' 22_, ._..1964.._ PAGE D Glttson: of New York has 'turn- Painless Office 'Treatment+ of
-- ed pro: Myrtle'Patterson, also
ofNeow: York.tht ..ttmV nner, \ RUPTUREPILES
Key West and'Ethel,1'1">\1d1.ss'x>f'Washingtftn. -
America's D...C. ; <*,expected to havea Itartal Diseases, Varicose Veins, Pro-
I Southernmost City close' bat'le. to' grab the vacated -, I .tat..-...N.. lost tint e-Discard traits
: 4r IWA2VCK8. PALMER spot. Upon Correction of Rupture Reducing

. DR. LONG'S CLINIC Blood-Urine Tests '
I IMS, aW. let 8k -FR 3-2748 A general health oerricc
OUR BOYS IN ,SERVICE WAKE
,"' ; wish him a speedy recovery. UP,and LIVE
Airman Second Class Alvin Receive God's blessings: cach-
M. Leggett Is being reassigned Sympathy is extended to lay from the Golden Psalms
to Okinawa following his Mrs. Mary Roberts and fami- and Pro verbs.! Has good fortune iTEAiiiil
graduation from the Technical lyulnJhe loss of their father, passed you by, homo unhnnpv. !
Training Course for United who died In Miami last week rnn't 1 pay bills, :need a spiritual
States Air Force radio opera- lift, sick nnd want to be healed, -l,
Charlie doctors have given up your-case,} '
Sifford in .
tors.Airman Leggett, son of Mr friend you need God. God gaTe 24,'NW ,46th St. Fully furnished 1 2-bedroom
and Mrs. Samuel D. Leggett of NorthSouthCharlie man herbs for all kinds' of sick 1 separate enclosed
216 Eneas Lane, was trained to ness. Rend Centals 1:29, Ezekiel garage
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operate radio receivers, type- Sifford of Los An- 47:12 1'snlm 104:14.( : Name your porch. No qualifying, no
writers and recording and frequently geles, n PGA touring heads sickness from heart trouble to I closing costs, only $75 per
meter equipment. the latest entrants proh e Miami cancer. I have an herb that month. Total $9,500. I
The Airman was recently North-South Golf Tournament may help. Thousands of others'
promoted to his present rank Feb 21-28, at the Miami nro thanking,: God today for' the a
A graduate of Douglass High I Springs Course many blessings' received ReadSt. 500 NW 46th St.Fully furnished corner, 2-
School, he entered the Air Sifford who won the North- John 14 chapter, verses bedroom, enclosed garage,
Force in June 1903. South title 13-14. Jesus! says he will do It. 4
in
pro 1957, paced
big jalousied porch $400
I I the field In the recent Los Angeles Pass this news to a friend. En- ;,
Army dose $1., and self addressed( air down $77 month.
Sgt. Marvin A. Dean, ) Open the first three days i
son of Mrs. Edith F. Dean, 12-D 'but faltered on the final 18 mall stamped envelop for complete ,
Fort Village, was graduatedfrom holes, finishing tied for third. book of 1'8all1lond week'sI'Ic'I'llltm'o
Beautiful, immaculate ;,
lessons. 'Address
St.Most
the armored division Ted Rhodes daily 311 NW 46th
non of St. Louis, a ,
to Spiritual>>. Church of 2bedroom. Only $300 dn.,
commissioned officer (NCO) two-time winner, and defend-
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rhi-M' Inc. P. O. Box 0520 T
Academy in Germany Jan. ing champion Lee $77.72 month
18.1| Elders of Street, X.W., or main office.
'During the course Sgt. Dean I I competition Los Angeles for will Sifford.provide stiff The Bishop E. H. McNeill

received two weeks of rigor- pros will divide $3,000, with top 007() YOU STEEP< N.W.WASHINGTON 500 .NW 47ith St. 2 Beautiful CBS homes on
I
ous training In leadership and prize $SOO. D. C. 1 corner lot. Income from
exercise of command, was most of .
one pays mortgage.No
reading the history of Military 1 I II
weapons and military teach I I qualifying. Make good
ing methods. MONEY FORiIOMEOWNERS down payment, live in gor-
home with wall to
The Sgt. is a forward observers geous
in Headquarters Co., 3rd' "I ".'j;...".'.. wall carpeting, drapes,
Battalion of the division 51st' .' rugs, etc.
Infantry in Germany. He entered .
the Army in 1033:> and Reduce payments Pay an your bills $1000-$20 mo.
was stationed at Fort Riley, Quick, Confidential Service $2000-$30 mo. 569 NW'47th ier. 3-bedroom; no qualifying,
Kan. before arriving overseason Loans approved the same day $3000-$40 mo. move right Jn. You mud
this tour of duty in Octo- No Service Charge whatsoever !r i"y ....t in ttit see the inside of this home.

ber Dean, 1951., son of Alpheus Dean, UNITED MORTGAGE CO. Llc I Be-::d and Wall to wall carpeting, J
This will sell ,
711 Thomas St., is a 1WJS! grad quiet street.
uate of FRanklin 9-2676 fast.
Douglass High School 17th Fl. CONGRESS BUILDING 1
His:; wiff. HIomHl find baby CH tot .............'.-... .bllgotka
are with him In Germany.The .
1083 NW 47th .St One block to Manor Park: ,
Regular Deluxe Club schools, corner, fenced
met At the home of Mrs. Fran awnings, 2 bedrooms! Dip

ces Meeting Palmer was Tuesday opened, with Feb. the 11, LIB CITY CBS, barbecue (coat $500))

vice president presiding. After 15x22 utility room with good)
the regular routine of businessa down payment, tako over

,repast, was, ser' ec}.," mortgage. Payments $85

The members of the Regu- 'DRIVE- IN THEATRE22nd .. .' month. 4

lar Deluxe Club attended \,
church service Sunday morn- Ave. and Palm Drive-in Theatres 3894 NW'3rd Av. Corner CBS" 2-bedroom, 2
Ing at St. Stephen ADZE
COMPLETELY INTEGRATEDOX bath, fully furnished an
Zion Church, Rev. James Butler -
pastor.,He preached a powerful unusually fine home. Easy
sermon which was enjoyed 1-7959 22nd Ave and 69th St terms. Act fa.ill! !
by all.
.

Birthday Greetings: Mrs
Muriel Gates, Kyris F. Davis, Drive by and see these homes then come into our
Alexander Davis, Willard Carey BESTPICTUREOF office just a few blocks away we have 100 homes
Jr. and Henry Coleman. for immediate sale. Save time We can help you.

The Ladles Auxiliary Veterans THE YEAR !
of Foreign Wars, ost, 0021 LIBERTY REALTY
will have a special meeting at
the VFW Hall Feb 27,at 8 p.m. l WINNER OF / iRwl! lr I,
All members are asked to be I I
present. t lACADEMY (Member Miami Board of Realtors)
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''SIN CJiT.1V18 // : Iluntcr IN nil known an

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.. ; you nrn hick, worried or In
PL 'i-: ; 604 >, trouble this IM the place (tu come
"V' n Don't stay In the rut, push back
the veil of hUt luck that seems
to hold you 'In your truck, and?
?bLOT } 1MB 8AM yCOa-OVC LEAN Production of f{ advance forward by this hulk of
Cod under (lie leadership" of
MJVREM3EOl4RiBI r n I'rof. Hiintrr who l has .15 years; ''
y of expeilrnce In pliUn.iI and r.
." occult nclenrp. Make your home ,
happy He Mill dhow you haw
: \.I to bypans your enemies and art the thing that life deatnnds
,; for you. Comb one, come all. Healing meeting every AVrd*
OWNERS! : x.._ALEC CPHSS'.o< _..IOSt /tNtfJt. nesday at the Spiritual Temple of Zion, Inc., 5117 H\V 17thSt.
: ANTttOHtOUA"tlf.CUUJI WiG'MJKII NDKDr..OtoWI IHNW.,., ., Went Hollywood Fla. 7:30 p.m. '.
We plan, guide. nnd advise' "'fmR GrppLyaeMCS wios.t...':_.ErUAII

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. NEW PROVIDENCE
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor oman's Day At

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1964 Sis Claudia Wilson, reporter,

We had very enjoyable' day
rl, w, throughout Sunday. The spirit New Mt. Zion BaptistWe
; '., was high. -

u ,, The ladles are busy making the women of the New of Greater Bethel Baptist
ready for Woman's Day program Zion Missionary Baptist Church Church. of Opa-locka.

We are looking forwardfor cordially invite you to attend ,..' :.",..t' ';o 2 i1Q "',( ., ,
a grand time. Keep In mind their 12th annual Woman's Day ",...:':;" ., : JIi... ,
the fourth Sunday In March, Sunday, Feb. 23. The theme .. .,". ,
t will be Woman's Day at New will be "The Power of God, Will !T.
va p y ,a ; #
Providence. Deliver You. A
d ,' p ,'p.A 1
y P I Remember the sick and those l.,

that arc grieved over the loss {.
of their loved ones.
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FRIENDSHIP M. >BAPTIST[ 5r

n 9A W 1 tpl ? 9Mf s 4 t lU-v .1.) r:. Jenkins, pastor
a i <3't Hub)' Lep Carr, reporter '' x'r, x rFf 1

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p I1 Services were wonderful
r "'" '' throughout the day, starting ?

with early morning baptism at "
i /s S Virginia Beach and our pastor a s
and s ', ,
delivering both morning J
evening services Sunday, Feb. Y

23, at .1 p.m., choir No. two with 4', ; ,
sister Gussle Wright as captainNo. ; ..
'. yY" :, i 1 r one will have a tea at the ,+ ,
1 rF; home of deacon and sister Albert ;" y'g 'X
{ k ,,;w.h, F W.,R Lewis 740 NW 55th St. 'A Xb
q x?' Sister Mae Francis White of ; WAN.: Alncrlr"cltrrN
k q q. New Providence will be the i Ei cuing Speaker

;guest(;! speaker; you are invited.. r The evening speaker will be
'' j )ur deepest sympathy is ex- Evangelist Maggie Green, who
w i.y. ended to sister Bessie Williams f is a member of the Greater
v and family in the loss of her .m .y Ite'hpl' A IB Church of Miami.\
brother in Havana Fla. Our get MUS.: W. It. SMITH Guest choirs will be New
well wishes are extended to :Moiiting Speaker Macedonia Baptist Church.
iuu memU rs in the hospital. Dea. The morning speaker will be Sister Mary Harris is chairman -

"i't'i' Hooker T. Smart in Maginolla Veterans Mrs. W. 1 K. Smith, who is the and Sister Annie Mae
in
Butler
1'ff$' Deacon George wife of Rev W. K. Smith, pastor Davis co-chairman.
'I 1 i iJfP; 'J;;' i brother Jimmie Austin
Crumrvell in psD
'? er Lawence Whitehead Men'sDay
and Jackson Memorial and all

Mt. Hermon's Baby. Contest Winners of are the praying other for sick your members speedy; we re Men's Day At Speaker

Sunday, Mr. James W. Whitehead
Come to church exe
These are the very fine babies I bers for her untiring effort and and covery.have your faith lifted. Allen Chapel cutive secretary of the Greater
that were winners in our annual Ine leadership. :Miami Urban League, will be
baby contest that was held on Sunday the teenagers will fur Rev. W. A. B. Curry, pastor the guest speaker this Sunday
Sunday, Feb. 9: 1st place win- nish the music for morning and The men of Allen Chapel morning at the Grace Presby-
ner of $50 was Gregory D. Gay evening services. ST. JAMES AME AME Church will observe Men's terian Church, C895 NW 14th
son of Mr. and Mrs. James Gay Immediately after Sunday Rev. J. !S. lilacknell, pastor 'Day Sunday, Feb. ,23, beginning Ave. The occasion is the annual
with the amount of $300.05; 2nd night's services, the church will Bert Cooper, reporter with' Sunday School at 9.30: led celebration of Men's Day at

place winner of $25 was Debbie qo; to St. Luke AME Church to Tt time you Just got to brag. by guest superintendent and grace; and a Joyful and inspiring -
Cherry daughter of Mr. Mrs. tender an after service for Rev. We have one of the best youth teachers In charge. day Is anticipated by all.
Edward Cherry with the I. A. Grisby. The pastor is asking of any church regardless 11:00 Mr. Whitehead Is not only a
departments} : a.m.
morning worship
amount of $21525; and third dynamic leader for the Urban
Choir No. one and Usher denomination. It is
of Rev Lester
C. Albert
place winner of $10.00 was the ownerof League In Greater Miami but
Board No. one-two, all Stewardsand to ,
pleasure
the
heartwarming House
of Albert
Clark baby with the amount of a will be he' is also valuable
Stewardess to serve a participant -
their day
$180. observe our youth on the speaker. The guest male in of the outstanding
Last Sunday, Usher Board No. Official practice for the raster: The choir is something that hear no chorous serving will be from civic many and social interests of-
two celebrated It's fifth anniversary Sunrise Services with all choir one would want to miss' the Jordon Grove Baptist' the community. He Is speaker,
with a most Inspiring ser ,nembers will begin Saturday, [ Church. who moves his audience to action

vice.Mrs. Feb. 29, promptly at'l p.m. ing.We cannot praise these young At 7 p.m. evening worship. An I ; and his topic this Sunday
Zessie Irving, presidentof Also we are in need of male sters too much, from the Sun- elabroate program will( be pre : at 11 a.m. will be: "Men AndChristian
the group was presented a voices to act parts of the; dls- day School on up. But let us sented with guests from I Leadership in Church
token of appreciation by mem- "Iples.INJtHURCH. throughout the And Community."
not the tireless workers city partici
: forget
pating. : The pastor Rev. W. F. Savoy,
with these and girls
boys
I young
'and the Men's Day chairman,
like Airs Scott, Mrs. Reynolds Brother Arthur Small! will Elder Edward Harris, hope to
1r of the Sunday School, Mrs. serve as chairman and Terrance I see all members Wring and Invite
Smith who !Is in charge of the ;
Hill will serve as co-chairman friends and families. The
youth choir and others. These for the day. public is cordially invited.
people are contributing their
time and energy to the develop CHURCH OF OPEN DOOR
ment of the church of tomor
row We are rightly proud of ST. LUKE BAPTIST> Rev H. C. McDowell, pastorA.

these young boys and girls and Rev. P, W. WUlams E. McNeal, reporterThe
pastor
the work that their "chaperons" Mrs. Bunesba name Faulkner is a
I ire:\ doing. Green, reporter household word at the Churchof
You are cordially invited to the Open Door as he Is one
Should you make it a pointto "A Pretty Hat Tea", Sunday, of the great inspirations to helpus
visit St. James on Youth Day Fell 23, 4-G p.m., at 1790 NW. to struggle and now aboutto
(the third Sunday) then you 55th St. The guest speaker will gain our utmost goal; enter
would know what I'm talking be Mrs. M. Athalle Range This our new sanctuary.
about. tea Is sponsored by the Dea- Members and friends were
conesses of St. Luke Baptist there in great numbers to hear
.
Things are beginning to hum Church. Come one and all to the message Dr. Faulkner gave
now.. We are getting into the see these high fashion hats for us a few Sundays ago. We al
stretch heading for HomecomIng all occasions. Mrs. Evelyn Davis ways welcome Dr. and Mrs.
Captains are beginning to program chairman, Mrs. Annie Faulkner when they come for
make their contacts and prevailIn Mae Convington, president. Doatlon their annual visit with their
? upon members-and even $1.00. children, Dr. and Mrs. J. 0.
friends to come "u Brown and family.
--- for this special: day. March 10 Sunday, Jan. 26 was Youth
MT.+ CARMEL BAPTIST BETHLEHEM M. B. Is the date to remember. NEW MACEDONIARev Day and the Dorsey Junior
Rev. ll. A. Bradley, pastor High Choral group, under the
;. Christine Cohen, reporter Rev P, VV. Wiggins, pastor This time the class leadersare Roscoe Jackson pastor direction of William Johnson
Mrs. M. T. the captains 'If we can't Sister Netta Kelly reporter ,
I Our pastor has emphasizedthe Hopkins, reporter catch those The the minister of music for the
of Young Women's
Auxiliary
you who are on -
Importance of bringing to Four candidates were baptized our "list" In church, ,we'll be will celebrate Its first anniversary Open Door was in charge.
church those who unable
are I When hear them
you wonder
Sunday morning. surely knocking at 3 you
but would like to come to on your door Sunday, p.m. All how those
peoplecan
soon! Be invited. young
are
!
prepared
Church This is one thing that During the week of Feb. 13- Worship with us next Sun- give us such superb renditions
we as Christians should not 15 our pastor attended the 61st We are still prevailing day. You welcome of the selections they sing.
upon are to the
forget to do, if we have the annual session of the Florida you to visit those members who "Holy Ghost's Headquarter.", As you pass by the corner of
means needed to get them to East Coast Missionary Baptist are in the hospital or bedded at NW 60th St. and 8th Ave. you
church. Association which convened at home. It's such a great fe ling will notice that changes and
,'. Greater St. Paul Baptist Church to know that somebody cares. happenings are going on every
The No. two Usher Board
Cocoa Beach. On his RIDGEWAY CHURCH OF
f returnhe day and we will be soon mov-
their
will celebrate anniversary gave us come of the highlights GOD OF PROPHECY ing Into our new edifice. We
beginning Friday night, Feb 21 from this association. SALTERS CHAPEL A.M.E. hope to dedicate the
first of
Bishop R. 13. Davis
at 8 p.m., and it will end Sunday Rev. H. J. Benson pastor
pastor April. Members will
Elder be
H. asking
Feb. 23 at 3 Cox reporter
p.m. EveryoneIs Let us remember at the Flossie Marshall
reporter We at the RIdgeway Church our friends for patrons greetings -
invited to this celebration.
church Saturday, there will bea After the 11:00: service Rev. would like to invite you to at ads and memorials to go
barbecue and fish sale in
tend church with our Dedicatory Souvenir
H. J. Benson us on Sunday
SHILOH BAPTIST made his depar- -
t[>, Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor sponsored by the committee forAien's ture along: with other ministers'for Sunday is the fourth Sun- Booklet. It no one contacts you
Day March, 22. and it Is the and you want to help in their
t f Sis. C. M. Myles, reporter New Orleans La., for the day day to boost
effort
1395 NW 69th Street Bishop's Council, which openson our state overseer. Sunday please call Annette E.
I School will start at 10 a.m. McNeal OX 1-2114 as we need
Tuesday morning Feb 18. ,
Brownsville Sunday afternoon United, at Choirs 3 p.m. ZION HOPE BAPTIST We wish them a safe trip. Don't sharp. I am sure that you will all the help we can get in furn
t'On The forget Men's Day the 4th Sun enjoy the message of our pas- ishing our edifice.
its 11th
1 Union will observe 5129 NW 2nd Ave. day !in April. They are planninga 'tor, and also the beautiful songsof The Couples Club had as
anniversary Rev. R. W Wiggins Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor wonderful Zion. their guest speaker, Rev. Jose
program.
I and congregation will be Sis. S. Flowers, reporter I| Belo Chilenza from Angola,
,Y:; ".in .charge. ,Refreshments will bserved. Brother Cleo Rankins chair-' At 6 p.m., the Victory Leader West Africa. He was one of
' .- Junior Choir No. two Is asked man; brother Thomas Frede- Band will have their meeting Rev. and Mrs. McDowell's stu-
Remember to viilt, and pray to be present Saturday, rick co-chairman. Come and see these young dents in Africa. He !is in the
\' 'for our sick and shut.insl Sis. afternoon, at 5:30 for rehearsal. I people and their zeal for the United States studying at Co-
Mary Smith at I the i Choir No. one will be selling Don't forget to visit the sick Lord and his church. lumbia University, New York
others. at the church all day Saturday. and shut-ins. < Be with ,us on Sunday.. City.





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Musical Tea at Mt. SStD. I
J. pastor (
HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLSTHE Zion, SundayChoir Van Della Grean1 reporter
How would I ke to Ite a
-"'.: ".........._ -- i No. one of Mt, Zion part Valentine? Well you can
-- -- --- ---.c.c :.oaoo. .:. 7QS2Sl' Baptist ,Church cordially Invites on Feb. 23 at 4 p.m. Place;
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. everyone to be present at a Union Academy, 25th and :fOlh
Bunche Girls Begin Musical Tea Sunday, from 3-6 St. Bring along a friend. *

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1964 PAGE 11 We also would lllo you to at-
p.m.A
Basketball PlayThe wonderful program has tend our church service which
been planned with the music begins Saturday morning tit
North Dade Thespians Receive' fifth and sixth grade being furnished by various 0:15.:
girls started their basketball choirs, soloists and other singing The members are taking( I
season this week. The opener groups of the city. turns In entertaining the young
National HonorsHonors was a make up game with Annie Ben Huff, chairman I people at the Youth Hall each J
Ruth Hines and Sherly Hi- Arthur King, director 3rd Saturday night. The past .
ley acting as captains, fines Rev E. T. Graham pastor Saturday Bro. Ruben Cox aiong ,
recently came two- 33 Thespian Program Competition team won by a score of 33-0. wIth Sister Belly Russell, Hal- I
fold to Thespian Troupe 2123 The first official league game ANTIOCH BAPTIST tie Moore, Emma Ferley and
of North Dade High School from will lie played Wednesday between Von Della Green presumed
the National Thespian Society. "The"Troupe, Itsnsponsors wand the Rams and the Thun- Rev O. W. Foster, pastor them with a Post Valentine V

The first came In the form of the entire North Dade Family derbirds. Bro. Casey Graham, reporter

an Invitation to present a one- share the honor of tose pre- The bays are In the midst of IU V. FOSTER RK-KLHCT1SU) MT. CALVARY DAPTlb r t
act play or a cutting from a full sentations. We are very happy' their basketball league play MODERATOR Rev. S. Atchinson ,
length play at the Tenth An- to be among the chosen few. The second half of the league Constance Carter, pasta
niversary National DramaticArts He said that the Troupe has decided : will begin next week. The team Our pastor was reelected as reporter'This
Conference which will be to present Medea at the I standings will be posted in Moderator of the Florida East Sunday afternoon, the
hold at Indiana University the Conference. next week news article. Coast Baptist Association for Rev. W. Edwards and congrega
entire week of June 21, 19C4. Mr.\ Charles D, Wyche, nrlnH. the next ensuing term. This tion of New Bethel, Danla will
Mr. Leon C. Miller, Executive pal istVerytj Dade, The results of the county-wide occurred at Cocoa on last week. be the guest minister for the
Secretary-treasurer of the he r shisedrama basketball free throw contestare The Junior Usher Board will captains on Men's Day. These
National Thespian Society, said group. as follows Paula Cunning- I sponsor a Moonlight Stroll, brothers are gelling ready fora
In his letter of invitation to Tne cast of Medea includes ham. 1st place with 22 baskets, I Saturday at Virginia Beach great day In May.
Mr. James B. Randolph, DIrector Margaret Sweeting, Haze Kirk. Deborah Higdon, 2nd place with Students 50 cents, adults $1.00. Bible Class every Tuesday
of Troupe 2123, that this land, Ronald Harvey Calvin 10 baskets and Catherine King Time is from 0:30: p.m. to 10:30: night, at 7:00: p.m.
honor came in recognition of Dorsett, Prince Williams, Anthony 3rd with 17 baskets. The win- J.m. For further Informationcall Prayer meeting every Tuesday :: -
your superior high school Culmer, Leroy Meadows ners will venture to Norland PL 1-C121 or 091-742-1 night at 8 p.m. ,
High School on Saturday, Feb
I Bernard
theater Cooper, Cornell
program. ton, Billy Stringer Hat- 22, to complete against other The pastor is asking the entire MT. SINAI BAPTIST'
This Invitation has been ; Bernard
extended 5th and 6th In the to
graders membership
accompanyhim
Stuart, June Williams Rev S. A. Thomas Pastor
to only eight high schools Janet' County for County-wide cham 2 to Mt.
Woods, Brenda Gillard Sunday at p.m. 1419 N. W. 5 Place
throughtout the country; hence Janice
pionship. Moriah, Perrine, Rev W. C.
it is a national honor for North Andrews.RyJes, Irene McCombs, Eadron I Edcar, pastor. lIe is also askingall Due to the Illness of our pastor
Dade High School. I The second grade girls enjoyed adult ushers and singers to Rev J. Polite delivered the
The certificate of recognition The stage manager is Gladys a Valentine's treat last combine and render services on the morning and evening sermons -
for honorable mention for print. Perry, and Bernard Stuart. Friday after having arts and this occasion. Both choirs will Sunday. There were several
ed program was the second Anthony Culmer Nancy Cole- crafts, they enjoyed munching rehearse Jointly on Thursdayand other members reported III.
honor received by Troupe 2123. brooks, Janet Woods, June Wil candy from heart shaped bas- Saturday nights of this Please visit them.
This award was presented for hams Lerry Meadows Kadron kets. week. The BTU has begun Its annual -
Andrews and Cornell Hatton
distribution of Lent Boxes.
the entry of the program for, the The next County-wide tournament
are leading productioncrews. A sacrificial is
The ladies are sponsoring a special offering
will be held March 14
,
The Miracle Worker in the 1002- asked for 40 and the boxes
and will 1/e Kite Flying. All Interested State Tea on Sunday, March 22. days
should begin to This Is in behalf of their Wo- will bo turned in Easter Sun,
lOr 61111111 l ____ I sign up persons now and find out the man's Day Drive. They solicit day. Those interested, please:
lequlrements. Stop at the portable the cooperation of nil friends. contact the directress, Mrs A.
or field house after schoolor Pray for and visit the sick. I L. Blackhear.WIGS ..

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BTW School News BY
MR. BOND

Principal Anthony Gardinerhas
returned from the Princi-
pal's Conference In Chicago.
pals from all over the
United States, Canada and the
Phllllplncs were In attendance r
When asked how he enjoyed the
trip, Mr. Gardiner said the meeting .
was very Informatilve and
E beneficial. In the meeting, he
had the opportunity of meetingand
participating In discussion:
with leading educators over
ji the country. Mr. Gardiner fur-
rtip ther stated/ that he was glad to
; he back in the warm climate.

The Student Council Variety
was an outstanding event of the
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week. Vice president Hilly Hall I
spearheaded the event with
sponsor Mrs. Hazel It Grant.
Tornado capers met Mays
High FelID, in their basketball 5 Ie'111b

JjW\\ % tel "homecoming".
Sports{ Day for Junior high
girls basketball will be held
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competitors this
1 Fcb 28. Among
r r 'year will be Miami Jackson: Ada w fit.
Merrill and Madison.
wr 701 The truck team is expected to { Y

'.. .., '... _w' 4WHI how improvement. Coaching
the team is J. Lang Kershaw
Thespians Calvin Dorsett and I I present at Indiana University assisted bv Rozzi Hush.
Hazel Kirkland portray "Jason"and at the Tenth Anniversary National -
Barbara Davis will represent
"Medea," leading charactersin I I Dramatic Arts Conferencein Booker T. Washington in the
the Greek tragedy-Medea, June. Delta Jabberwock. She was a V
which their troupe 2123 will contestant for Miss Jabberwock.
The event will be held .Feb. 27,

.,.. ... Northwestern: ( High. BOND
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MR. .
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announces
-- :::o.o.: 7th graders are continuing a
progressive year. One of the projects
l Ilf the tutoring of classesin '
Lincoln Fields Apartments reading and mathematics. THE ULTIMATE WIG "

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RANGE '. RICHARDSON .

ft9EiF fOR1ALSDEATHS JESSIE GUIDEN of 2998 NW WILL J. MOBLEY of 1410 "
CARDS NW 1st Ave. died Feb. 11. Sur.
47th St. died Feb. 14. lIe was i a ,
native of Georgia and had livedin viving are his wife, Louise, two

Miami for 10 years prior: sons, Harry and Jessie, three
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1964 to his death. He had no known, step-daughters, Mrs. Emily I

I ALBERT r r relatives surviving him. Towles Mrs. Willie :Mae Hanna, I
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. .* 4 Funeral services In charge of and airs. Hushel Hanna, ten I

EDDIE LOUIS DAVIS, 13! the Range Funeral Home will brothers, nine sisters. Funeral I

year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. be held on Thursday, at 2 p.m., services were held on Tuesday,
Willie Davis, 17725 SW 103rd In the Range Memorial Chapel, : FeU. 18, at 3 p.m., at St John
CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn Ave., died Feb 12. Services will with the Rev. Stephenson offici I Baptist Church with Rev. Thed-

The family of the late sad but loving memory of be, held Saturday, 11 a.m., at ating. I ford Johnson, the pastor, offici

our dear brother ,. Kerr Memorial AME Church, ating.
,, Rev. E. J. Sheppard officiating.
IKE CARNEtilEwho MRS. CARRIE YOUNG of
,1,1j departed this life Feb. 2(3, three sisters) and four brothersalso 2242 NW 74th St. died Feb. 15 CHARLIE' KING who lived

< 1954. May yu rest in peace and< survive". 2242 NW 74th St., died Feb. 15. at the Chambers Trailer Court,
j House Princeton
No. 23 Fla.
light perpetual shine upon you. HENRY Mrs.. Young was a native of ,
JONES 1915 N.V. died Feb. 15. Survivors Includea
has that ,
Earth no sorrows White Oak, South Carolina and
+ Heaven cure.r 55th Terr., was dead on arrival sister, Mrs. Mammie L. King
cannot had lived In Miami for six years.
at Jackson Memorial Hospital and several other relatives In
rNt Greatly missed by Her survivors 3 daughters
Mrs. Osie Dos- are Brookhaven Miss. The
Feb. 14. Mr. and body
The :FamilyCARD
Carnegie Mmes. Bennett Mat-
Virginia
ter, daughter and son-in-law; will be shipped to the Tyler
tie and Ethel Bruce
Eugene Washington, D. C., son; Gladney ; Funeral Home in Brookhavenfor
OF THANKSThe five grandchildren and three< one son, Willie J. Young; five final rites.TEMPLE.
grand-children and seven great.
great-grai dchildren are amonghIs BAPTISTThe
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family of the late, survivors. Chapel services grandchildren; three brothers,

with Rev. W E. Sims officiat- John, Willie, and James Guin- number one choir and

t p ing were held Tuesday at 4 p.m. yard; and one sister, Mrs. Maggie number one ushers will render
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14 1 Coleman. service Sunday morning at Cen-

Nt t't t CEASAR MONROE, 910 N.W. 'Funeral services will be held tral Baptist Church, Carver

2nd Ct., died Feb 14. A nativeof Friday, at 2 p.m., in the chapel Ranches, where the Atlantic
W I lx West Palm Beach, his sur- of the Range Funeral Home. Coast Baptist Association is in

vivors include his wife, Jose- session this week. Bus will

phine; two sons and one sister, leave the church, 1723 NW 3rd
JAMES FORBES of 215 N. W.
Mrs. Catherine Rolle. Services* Ave. at 9:30: a.m.
will be conducted Saturday, at 11th St. died Feb. 10. He was a Services will be held at the

$ 3 p.m., in the chapel. native Miamian, having lived church with choir No2 sing-
: here the greater part of his life,
t -iffi rtto.tusuxtufn except for the period served In ing.KELLY'S CAHPEL
f I Ii EDDIE J. PERRY, 5325 SW
HUDSON 4ry t 22nd St. West Hollywood died World War II. lie is survived
CHARLES R. .. ,
; I by his wife; two brothers; Irv- Rev. Frank: Cambridge, pastor
gratefully acknowledge the< Feb 15. His survivors are wife,
k t;
many expressions of sympathy 'R Naomi; three sisters, three ing and John Forbers and one< The Pastor's Club is giving a
sister, Mrs. Maudena Smith. tea Sunday, Feb. 23, from 4 too
during its recent period of bereavement ; : aunts and three uncles. Funeral
iil1' Funeral services will be heldon p.m. The speaker for the
'
Please accept our; ll services will be held Saturday,
most sincere and heartfelt ,:*s.'J"" 2 p.m., at Greater St. Luke Saturday, Feb. 22, at 10 a.m., afternoon will be Charles C.
thanks. ;;fj; Prim. Baptist, Church, West at the Church of God. Mitchell. The public is invited.
\, : Hollywood, Rev. Ellis King pas Cont. on gal 15 Address: 7105 NW 15th Ave.
j
\ tor. _'d' Mrs. Julia Brown is presi

IN \ ,. JOHNNIE McKINNEY of .dent._.._.._._ ._.._.._.._._0-.._...
MEMORIAMour \ r WILLIAM N. WARREN, a resident .
5325 NW 26th Ave., died Feb Track LoversAfter
In of this area for 60 years,
17th. He native of Buena
was
dear husband and brother, died Feb. 15. His wife, Rosa Vista Ga., having a lived here for the dogs thore'H always

M MRS. SARAH ROACH Lee; two sons and two sisters only one year prior to his death. time for n taste at the atmospheric

M .6 who entered the nearer pres- survive. Arrangements are In- His survivors include two Satellite I..otniRc.: Win

ence of God Feb. 3, 1961, wishto complete. daughters, Mmes. Barbara Wil- ners or losers welcome. Try Ili!
extend their deepest feelingof I liams and Clara Mae Kellan: Wee lose at 1 n.m. each imnn-

gratitude and sincere appre- WILLIE ROY REDDICK, one son, Johnnie Jr. Ing.
eight
ciation to all the many friends 11615 SW 140th Terr., was a SATELLITE. LOUNGE
grand-children six sisters and
and neighbors for all the kind- drowning victim Feb. 15. ser- ; 6222 N.W. 7th Avenue
vices 2 at Mt. seven brothers. Funeral ser- .._ ..
nesses shown In their recent Saturday, p.m., vices M.\.VI .1\.I .I\.Y\.1\ IN
will be held on Saturday,
Moriah W. '
\ Baptist Rev.
hour of great loss. Churchl at 1 in the
C. Edcar ving are p.m., chapel of the
Especial thanks to those who
i sent flowers, cards, letters tele his, wife, Bernice; two sons, one Range :Funeral Home. F G C

grams and offered use of their daughter, monthr, four sisters rtATULENCE CASES CONSTIPATI< ..
cars; and the David ColeUrooh and four brothers. t.. SAM ADDISON of 1085 N.W. PROMPT RELIEF

family for the use of their home. JACK 55th Terr., died Feb. 17. He wasa Now it tvuUbU entirely frra In .pure from" clicmicala.n,rt.lla eort.ellvetvuc6 :

And the Richardson Mortuaryand L, 22320 S. W 117th native of Cairo, Ga., and lived FCC may U used agamtt Lelrhin.e..4
staff for excellent services Place, died as a result of an in the Miami area for 12 .II'D' la eliminate oUkily due la poor digemiun.
years Ikl proftaaiognl{ *".-hl..t. forming, .
auto accident Feb. 15. He is survived tour
rendered. His survivors include four sons 'Iatabl.l eomrtivt d.... .beer brlplnft |a glva
Also thanks to Mr. and Mrs., by his wife, Marian; seven Austin, Leroy, Charlie and! prompt relict from con.tipation: furover fifty tnr..
Lambert L. Sands rector of children mother and father of Many difficult uas plv..II.f.
James three
Mmes. .
; daughters, .
Trial li ntoatVa
Headland Ala. four sisters and SO1I'I"I.r supply.12.00
the membership of St. Agnes ; Cottage Henderson and
five brothers. Final rites in Mary STEPHENS PHARMACAL CO Drpu, SS14COS
Episcopal Church, of which she Adams and Miss Estelle Addison Laat Clat Sit..,,Lliicago, Illinois! ; ,60637MM
Headland where sent
he
was a dutiful member and the was
; Final rites will be held In
following Guilds of the Church: Friday night. Cairo, Ga., where he will be vtiiuiii eomcnvi,.* MOMHHilU
St. Marie's guild and the shipped Friday night. tf CMITIMTIM IIlfLUIIUI)
ALLEN WILLIAMS 320 NW
Daughters of the King; St. ,
Agnes Rector's Chapter; St. 7th St., died Feb. 15. Arrange- F. G. C.

PEARLMON M. LESTER Mary the Virgin; Senior Twi- ments incomplete. EAVIN BRYANT of 1135 NW twrw.1'.tutu.. .w w a,..e

who departed this life Jan. 24,, light Sewing Circle; St. Monica's; ANTS C2nd St., died Feb. 19. He wasa '
1963. St. Veronica's Chapter of the I : Graveside servicesfor resident of Jasper, Fla., and STEPHENS DO..,..."RM'4CAL. co.
the baby daughter of Mr. at
Gone but not forgettenmay Episcopal Churchwomen; the lived in the Miami area for two .a\lCA'' JLLuoOI.
his soul rest in peace. neighbors from 352 NW 17th St. and Mrs. Artiss Strozier, 2423 years prior to his death. His
Mrs. Vina Lester, wife and the Pallbearers Lodge; The NW 56th St., were, held Feb. 20. survivors include his wife, Mrs., 49 mint PRICE 12.00

Mrs. Mamie Jenkins, sister Munnlngs, Edmonds and Da- Sarah Jane Bryant; two sons,, ...-... .. .......... .. .
Mrs. Betty Mae Buggs, sister vies' families of Nassau, Baha Baby son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest and Roosevelt; two Plaaa:and::FCC Trial alia, :::::so;
Henry Hood, 2959 N. W. 58th Johnnie Baplw! _rnI..upplr$2.00 No co.rj.tUr .
Mrs. Lizzie Jackson, sister mas and friends from W. P. daughters, Mmes R
died Feb. 11..ej
St. 15. Graveside
services
Mrs. Betty Westbrook, sister Beach; including Mrs. Ethel Sheffied and Cinderella; five
Mrs. Georgia Kitchen, sister Watkins, Nathalie Adderleyand at, Evergreen. grand-children and 11 great- +ltee.

Sam Lester, brother and Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. grand-chlldren. __StalaaIM
wife, nieces and nephews McKinney.May I t.b! rids" .. /Matiad....Up.ALL .
FRANCIS Funeral services are tenta-
God bless each of you. tively set for Saturday, at 4

Mrs. Beatrice Styles, aunt p.m. at the Trinity C. M. E.
IN and family. MR. THOMAS NIX a pioneer Church, Rev. C. C. Cowsen offi
atMEMORIAM Miamian of 1940 NW 5th Place ciating.

died Feb. 10, at his home afteran

extended period of illness;
<.I.Ir
CARD OF THANKSThe an extended period or illness; .

Mr. Nix was a former resident of Mrs. Perline Richardson; Mrs.

families of the late services will be held Saturday, Delores Forbes; Mrs. Melvina
: :Feb. 22, 3 p.m. at Greater Gibson and Miss Hazel Fishes;

MRS. BARBARA JEANHARDNETT Bethel AME Church with Rev.S. three sons; James Williams and

'A. Cousin, pastor officiating. Carlton Fisher; one sister; Mrs.
F x 1 Remains Will repose in the cha Annie Sears and a host of

thank the many friends, neigh pel beginning 4 p.m., on Fri other relatives and friends. < P

bors, pastor, officers and members day until funeral time Saturday MRS. EVELYN MAJOR of
afternoon. Survivors Include
of the First Churchof .
Baptist 1466 NW 6th Ave. died
Feb. 12
three sons; William of Opa- ,
Bunche Park, the House of
at her home. Funeral
locka Thomas Jr. of Miami services
,
Albert Zeta Phi Beta Sorority
,
were held Monday, Feb. 17 3
and Willard of Key West. two ,
Rainbow Park Family Rainbow
,
.. daughtrs; Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson p.m. in the chapel. Survivors
Park PTA and other clubs and
include her husband Mr.
; Henry
and Mrs. Mary' Roberts of

cards organizations, telegrams for, cars their, food many donations Key West; two sisters; Mrs. Major and several nephews.

I and floral tributes, received Femle Johnson and Miss Margie JULIUS SIMMONS of 5763

during our bereavement.May Nix. NW 29th Ave. was DOA at
:""! God bless all ofyouu_ Jackson Memorial Hospital in.

< / -rh'N"IO I The Sands and ZT*. elude his wife, Mrs. Annie Slim

;:t 11; Hardnett Families MRS. VIOLET FISHER of mons; one son, Julius SimmonsJr. '
,, PRIKXDH: \\|) MKM-
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'I. ; 1720 NW 74th Terr. DOA at five brothers
i. ''rt was ; Eugene, Fred,
)('t"l:1;;'oltt> > \ liEnS :MAY MAKE T II Gin
,, Jackson Memorial Hospital on Gusie Perano and 1
4 '*"' .iJ. -i "" .j" Ben; one
"' MI.
\ii... DONATION: TO TILE .
I 's" Feb. 15. Funeral services will sister, Mrs. Mariah Lavine.
Plan attend 1
"' 1r now to
be held Saturday, Feb 22, 10 a. SPIRITUAL TEMPLE OF
MRS. WINNIE LUCKIE m., 'at St. Peters African Orthodox MR ETTA THOMAS of 1150 ZION Inc..lit .
who departed this life Feb. 17 JabberwockTHURSDAY Church Cannon Charles NW 5th Ct., died Feb. 19, at her the home ,
of the vice
home. Funeral prt t-
1962. Cooper Priest with Rev. Cannon arranngements
at this time are Incomplete. lent and treasurer She t Is! also
Two years is just the begin- Barr. officiating. Remains will
FEB. 27 one of the ordained minister
.1 r ping of a long cherished memory repose in the chapel beginning Survivors Include three sons; Our charier I I" reclitrrrd! in

; we shall never forget the 3 p.m., Friday, until, funeral Nathaniel, Johnie and James; Broward and Dade
j J full and profitable life of one 8 p.m. time: Saturday morning. Survivors one daughter, Mrs. Edna Mae CountiesL.
that meant to much to us. Norwood; one brother, Arthur HUNTER, D.D.
Luckie husband Include her husband; Mr. Revis; one sister Mrs. Pearline
E. G. Miami Northwestern 1657 NW 73rd St.
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DIRECT from t owner, lovely 3-BEDROOM HOME plus. irame house, 1805K TIMES MIAMI,. FLA.
CBS home with extra cottagein large lot A real bargain for an Terr S. S. Goss
Investor. Newer area. Call us SW 8th St. "'
rear, hardwood floors, tile for total. _
We have
other lots tooffer FURN. I

and only roof, huge$carpeting.150 total beautiful, down alr-condltloned Fla.payment, room; 'PL 9-o77y you.. Call Fenster Realty, after adults 5 p.m.only, phone I & MAGIC :. 1 !

see' you 4 Sunday at 531 NV. } : :
DRIVE BY, 4815 NW 6th Ave., ROOM in nice home
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52nd St. 'Buy ''from owner ahd !:
then call me; attractive 3-bed- trance quiet 2531 .
.
S3vi:.. WI 59880.NO'CLOSING room, 2-bath home plus Fla
1 Phone NE 45714. CABS :
.. room Price $15,000 FHA terms! "f' ,.(') ,f
COSTS. Enclosed A Ben-Kori Realtor phone ROOM In ,; 1

f-dnt: ;:)end rear ,porches sepa- night or day PL 4-3131, nice man, private 1173 NW City, Coconut Grove ,.
rat& garage freshly painted inside '
! and out, refinished hard-\ $9200 TOTAL cute 3-bedroohl OX 10425. Opa-locka. 24 hr. service :", J

wood flq'ors, hppliances.. Price home, excellent condition, Fla., 314 NW 16tr "Terr. r :
f'
i is $9,500, only $250 down and room, plus nick HELP
$77 per i 1 month. Life Realty yard, nice area.awnings$250 pretty Ii FR
dowri. A 35496F20
4032 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371
GUARANTEED
Ben-Korl .
and Realtor, phone night
Open evenings' Sundays. or day PL 43131. maid Jobs. $35-$55' ;


U1rERNISHED t room CBS with separate- 3-bed-garage GRAND FATIIER's clock, any advanced.Lynbrook,. N.Y.Mallory 4.............+.HN+ MN..+

awnings, stove, refrigerator condition running dr not. Call ,
EXPERIENCED
waahlnsr! machine. Price I evenings 5 to 10, during days- wanted with IN TOWN
Is $13,500, $300 down and $81 3853.Saturdays and Sundays, 757- M692 or OX 10617. "
month. life Realty, 4032 NW Payment Homes
7 Ave. PL 9--4371 Open eveh- GROCERY MALE HELP, at
MEAT. Veg.
dnvs and Sundays 5595 NW 11th Ave -
store, good location, good money
Almost maker for right party. Reasonable 2 bath, jalousied porch,

NO beautiful QUALIFYING.2-bedroom, 2 f u new 1 1 02 St. Come see, 2101 NW -Beauty BEAUTY Shop OPF 929 NW 2 car garage. Only,

Hath! CBS. Each bedroom has M7 FR 4-9130. Owner pays closing ,co.t.
its own entrance and its own o-
DUPLEX 2-BEDROOM each
beaUtifUl bathroom. Flat tile side; nice neighborhood on See CHII.t An Large kitchen, dining room
1 wall closets
to large 1780 NW 55th Terr. Owner. FOR WORKING $12,500 $400
appliances. Only ,
modern kitchen, awning, win- sonable rates. Call
dows, etc. Price Is only $12,500 HI 31759. 'I t
and monthly payments are FOR RENT --"
$85 month. Life Realty, 1932 POSITION ra this. bedroom end

NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open LARGE ROOM for a couple YOUNG LADY $1,000 down, $16,000 total.:
Sundays and evenings. with use of the house, phone work. Two years of
631-7174. cation. Call NE -
LOVELY, like new, larger --"- -
house. Four bedrooms, three 1-BEDROOM furnished apt. 1-bedroom ants. 1 apt. com
bathrooms, oversize enclosed $18.50. Phone PL 8-3901. porch. $8,500 total, $80
garage: flat tile roof, awning RATNER
windows, large front and LARGE 2-BEDROOM apt., .
side porches, large modern fenced yard, 351 NW lath Terr. REALTY -.--
built-in kitchen. We can makean Interested persons call NE room, tile roof, utility room,
"We Sell To
: exceptional deal on this 4-5705.::; Indf total $400 down. Owner
beautiful home. Don't miss thisif .
you're looking for an outstanding this lovely house.
NEW 2-BEDROOM apt., un-
home Life Realty furnished. References. Reason- HOME -
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. aW. Call OX 1-0789.) Pool, Cabana, GOOD BUYS
Open Sundays and evenings rooms, 4 baths P I
TO DEAL WITH
3-ROOM f HOUSE $12.50 tuff quarters, $
TAKE OVER FHA payments hot, cold water furn. 1809 NW and touting$
bedroom CBS carporte, front, 5th Ct. Phone 0313177. Also roml., $ REALTY {3
porch, stove, 1,000 down, $78 mo., furn., house 9 rooms, 2 baths, place, fully
move right In. Life Realty 4932 money maker $27; hot, cold 2 car garage 758-5551
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NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371 open water. 1817 NW 5th Ct., phone waterfront lot

Sunday and evenings. 6313177. ulous view in Florida'j. ...................HNN.
Hon of Miami
MOVE RIGHT IN lovely BEAUTIFUL SMALL apt., for a bargain )
2-bedroom CBS, harrel tile roof, two adults furn., or unfurn.. $17,000 with
carporte, screened front porch, chain' link fence around yard down. In Miami
awnings stove and refrigerator.
: $18 per weeek NE 5-5560. .
$1000 down, take over FHA
payments of $80 month pays all. LOVELY HOUSE for small LIKE homes open
Life Realty 4932 NW 7 ave PL family, good location fenced In 4 bedrooms, 3
PAYMENTS
0-1371) open evenings and Sundays yard; will rent to right waterfront pool, DOWN
partlY
$20 per week, also will Miami Beach Less Than Rent
inland with 21
week NE I
$100 down $20 per
CBS SPECIAL only $319 down, 5-5560. formed entrance .
$7,900 total price. $75 per 43rd Street
month pays everything including FURNISHED 2-bedroom duplex GREAT
taxes and insurance; ; adults or will take child up $2,000 choice oak floors' .tile roof and car-
move right in no red tape, no to 3-years-old. Furn 1bedroomall Bench lot across per mOR the $1 J',600 total price
waiting. See 1821 NW 59th St. modern, adults phone MU ocean lean
owner WI 5-9886. f>', i.
I 1-0325. percent of true '
fine sand beach l 46ffiStriet <1.
PRICE REDUC :D $1,000-See I I 3-BEDROOM CBS house at for Investment
this for sure, open tSunday 2-G, 3333 NW 69 St. Open daily from build on now. Soma,. ,Fl*.; 't'tiorn f oak''' floor.,

510 NW 46th St:. Tills lovely 2- 9 a.m. Key next door, 3327 Mrs sive area north ) !... ,$400, flown, $71 month.
bedroom CBS, beautiful large Cooley. Unfurnished, move amt Beach.ll4 ;U" '(' ;'*
ear: Fla., roon full dining room right in, $25 weekly. Call Mr. ;,,,*,h I.' Kt.R.
plus front Fla., room. This bar- Gross, 444-6120 evenings HI I"J" 1)1 .,' -
pain now 12500., $tOO down. A 8-2824. 1 bedroom furnished Street"
Ben-Korl Realtor. Phone nightor ; %

day PL 4-3131. PALM Fla.' room. ,garage and ap

OPEN SUNDAY 2-G. See 55G DUPLEXES"FABULOUS" $575 $74 per month, $12,000 total

NW 5th Ave. Very I large 2 or 3- HOMES $10 down Mid $10
bedroom CBS, big kitchen, walkIn Only $M5 full -
features. Vacant now. Price Drive by then call us discount for \
SI3,003: $400 down A Den-Karl, l'/4' acre tract In 39th Street
Realtor; phone night or day Only $400 DownNo Bench County, 2-bath plus 1-bedroom, 1- t

PL 4-3131.-- ,+, closing costs Gently nrikvi from completed No closing costs. FHA terms .

DRIVE BY 4851 NW 5th Ave., FHA Approved rock roads and .
within 1 mile,
then call me. The most beautiful

home In the" area, "'3-bed- 4757 NW 16th Ave. $2,000,000 project nearby, 44th. Street *" ., ..

room, 2-full baths, dining 1775 NW 40th Street how clone this Fla room oak floors. tile t
room, breakfast room, garage
,and carporte, double corner lots; FENSTER REALTY progreHM.In own Bee (,. down, $14,500 totalprice/ :,*-"

its the best, costs money, but your with .
its worth It, for some one who 1260 N.W. 62nd! St. ground Only I 19 .
wants a home that's tops .A Ben PL 3-8779 left jjraNsea., no closing 46th Street :.!:
Korl
Realtor, phone night or free Warranty'
day PL 43131.2BEDROOM title Inrarable. floors, garage} and appliances. ,
CORNER large elevtlon than j total price.
lot If you are looking for a "Beautiful"2.bedroom Beach or Miami. l
.
large home, a beauty, It's a CBS home, only ences) Miami n
better home. Drive by 290 NW Chamber of of CBS 2 and 3 bedroom +
PL 53 St. then call Fencer Realty only $12,500. Easy terms M. B. Board of Park.
9-8779 for details. Come to our
i i I old. Hardwood
51/2 years full information
4-BEDROOM. 2 bath large and color slides ( that work. for you) -
home on '80x100 lot. Nicely floors, carporte, plus many can mail

price.landscaped Easv Only payments.$12,000 Drive total nice features. Total price, satisfied)'ou. Money in 30 REALTY Inc.

by 6742 NW Cth Ave. then call onlY'' $12,500. Easy terms.
"
Fenster Realty, 1260 NW 62 St. ycorsRATHER
Drive by, then call us. REALTY NEW LOCATION
OPEN SUNDAY 2-6. Cee 556
NW 4Gth St. Lovely home with FENSTER REALTLY M. B. Federal 44)655Ope
I PL
built IAncoln- .
extra cottage. Kitchen has Cor.
) St.
62nd
N.W.
1260 I
In feature. Vacant now. Price JE -
$14,000, $450 down. Come see. 7750 NW 9th Ave. Miami Beach ( Sunday)
Open to offers. A. Ben-Korl, I
Realtor, nights or days PL PL 9-8779
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FAMU Plans Spring THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA

Spearing Sports Carnival I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1964 PAGE 15


TALLAHASSEETwenty
school have been Invited to
With participate In the Mth Annual Miamians Capture

: .> SportsSports Springs Florida Sports A and Carnival M University here

,>0.. ... '. By ItAttfc' sfi AU DiNt March\ Hill 27-28 announced Coach Rattler Awards LettersFortytwo

I The two-day carnival will .
offer competition In track and
field, baseball, golf and tennis. &membership of the I of the Year";; Robert Brown.
Greats Give Clay A round robin tournament will 19G3 Florida A and M Univer- "Scholar of the Year"; Carlton
lie held In baseball with FAMU sity Rattlers football team received Oats "Defensive Man of the
Stlllman College, and a third letters here last week Year"; Donald Smith "Fresh-
team to be named later. during the annual football ban man of the Year"; Anthony Alex.
Chance Over quet. ander Snake Pit Award; and
The FAMU
Liston Relays will be the Jim Tullls Miami Special
bltrcst attraction with Bob Bobby Felts received "Back Quarterback Award.
Hayes running the 100 and 220- of the Year" honors and Owen
With the heavyweight title yard dashes and a leg on the McKay, both of Miami was named Kelly Williams athletic director -
fight on Feb. 25 a little more Spoilers Knights and 400-yard relay team. Hayes holds "Lineman of the Year" and head football coachat
than a week away challenger world records in the 100-yr. dash Marshall High School Plant
Cassius Clay picked up added 9.1 and the 70-yard dash 0.9 In. Other award winners were City Fla., was the guest speak.
support In his bid to wrest the Matadors Tie in doors. He has tied the GO-yard Ernest Hart Miami, Sportsman or.JEfivTcEii.
crown from champion Sonny 0.0 Indoor standard three times.
Liston at Miami Beach Conven North Dade Cage The sprint star sped the hun-
tion Hall. dred In his own record time of m
9.1 in the Orange Bowl Track
Jack Sharkey, former heavyweight LoopThe and Field Meet in Miami. Jan
champion says "Cla> i 1. and has been running Indoors
can beat Liston by making him Adult league Is In Its 6th I since Jan 18.
come after him. Then he can veek of play with a three way I
bop him at his leisure. Clav I? 'Ie. Between the Spoilers, the Teams: extended an Invitationto
fast and can box well. He's nights and the El Matadors compete In the carnival are: HOME SERVICE CALLS $1.00
'11 having a 3-0 record. The ten Texas Southern University,
smart too." North Carolina State College
'eading scorers now are Joe Day or NightWe
Henry Cooper British heavy smith 97 Albert Sands 82, Wai- Alabama State College, AlabamaA
weight champion who lost tc 'ace Francis 72, Edward Bvrd & M College, Morgan State Service All Makes ofHIFI's
Clay last June says "I'll bet ">7, James Keller 01, Bobby College Tennessee A and I
Cassius messes him about for eed GO, Robert Smiley 58 State University Prairie ViewA and STEREOSWe
nine or ten rounds. This fellowis Franklin Rolle 48, Willie'' Tom- and M University Tuskegee Also RentTV's '
fast and he boxes from Institute Clark Allen
a ;Ins 38 and George Cowart 37. College
long distance which won't suit University Benedict College
Liston because he Is cumbersome Last week results the Rams!\ South Carolina State College, by the week or month
." lefeated the Rudgles 81-71 with Port Valley State College Mor-
Tpssle Turner of the losing team ris Brown College, Edward
Even the Immortal Jack hitting 31 points and Bobbv Waters College Savannah 907 N.W. 2nd AVENUEPhone
bempsey agrees that "Clay Is Reed of the winners hitting 20! State College, Bethune-Cookman:
fast and this fight will be no joints The second game the El and Morehouse College.
cinch for Llston. Maybe Clay Matadors defeated the Raider FR 4.2044
is too fast for him. Don't count (}$-65. King Green scored Varsity letters were presented -
him out. 15 points and Franklin Rolle 30 by Assistant Coach Pete
points for the winners. This Griffin to the following players:
Current featherweight king week games N. D. Boosters vs.
Sugar Ramos went on record C" Battery and the Spoilers vs Graduating seniors receiving
by predicting a knockout for Chlco Papa Sans. letters were .Mm Tullte, Willie SAVE THIS COUPONGOOD
the challenger. "I've watched West Rudolph givens, John Williams -
both of them and the public The Teenage league I Is also
Owen James
McKay
hasn't given Clay near enough ''n Its 6th week of play with ; AT ANY TIME FOR ONE
credit. He's very fast and very the Lakers in first place with Cambridge, Mann: Patterson,
smart. 1 3-0 record. Ernie Hart; Harold nethel.r..oocI .

Lou Nova a former fighter,I The after school league 7th FREE SERVICE CALLOn
now living on the West Coast, '!Trade Misses Anderson Cum- OOL
likes Clay because of his speed erbatch and Mr. Williams are J.A. SummonsREAL
"I give the youngster an excell 'n first place, 8th grade Mr,
ent chance to upset Liston. He's Anderson and Mrs. Moore are ESTATE your TV, radio or stereoAL
quick and has all the moves. 'n first place and Dth grade Mr. MAKES AND MODELS
Giles is In first olace. INVESTMENTAPPRAISALS
Willie Pastrano, the light
heavyweight champion who The free throw contest for
6963581USED
trains In the same gymnasiumas irea's is over and the Countywide -
also contest I H Saturday, Feb.
Casslus to
picks Clay
win. "I've known Clay for a '\2. at Norland High School the NE 4-6875 TV $19.95 up ALL WORK GUARANTEED
long; time and have watched his 'vinners from North Dade for
development for sometime. lie's 'lunlor high boys Is Jimmy 1899 N.W. 53rd St. 90 DAYS
cute and has the power to Harverd 40 and Gwendolyn
knockout Liston." foster 24 girls, Senior high Miami 42, Fla. Rowimc T. V. 2636 NW 62nd St.

George Parnassus and Alleen 'lenry Mitchell 40 and Carolyn lad -
Eaton, boxing promoters In Los llarverd 24 all contestants shot
Angeles also tab the Louisville ".0 shots. .. )QOc: ,.
Lip over the champion.

Parnassus!'; who with Mrs H ve You Seen Rev. Anthony?
!Eaton, staged two of Clay's biggest -
fights to date "Clay
says Louis And RobinsonIn ;
is every bit as good as he thinks The man trat can help ;:
he Is. He's got the greatest sf;,% i.
potential of anybody I've ever you in all walks of life ty 7 f l Y

seen. Every time he goes to the ''' '
post he's been that much better. North-South Tourney I If you are one that
He could be one of those pheno
menal things that come along I'I need a blessing in 3 ? %

only once In every 50 years." Joe Louis and Jackie Robin ''I days, you should see
two of history's greatest L y
Vince Martinez, a former local on .1
resident who once foughtfor 'etters were Jim Tullls. Willie li.f.1tJ Rev. Anthony. Rev. -%N./%. rf
the welterweight title, rate iml North-South Golf Tournament ,
Clay as having a real good Feb. 21-28 at the Mlaim -\ ': Anthony can help you
chance. prlngs course. : TONIGHT] : !

.. with Money Love, Success
"Clay Is a good boxer, "says "I have received their con- ,
:Martinez, "If he gets past the 'irmatlons," declared Dr. I. P. Health and! Work.
first six or seven rounds he avis, tournament chairman. 11 Exciting Races t
.can win In a decision." Louis, former world's heavy- Rev. Anthony is the
weight boxing champion, I is here
Veteran trainers! and managers 'or the title bout between Sonny that in '
:
same man was
. such as Pete Mello and Man Mston and Casslus ClaY, while V/ ;
mle Seamon have prone on recordas Robinson, Baseball Hall of Fort Myers, Fla. for
: picking the 22-year-old to Tamer' will will be In the area
'
'beat Liston the night of Feb. for a political speaking engage- BeachDOG year. Now you can -' !
I25th. ment. see Rev. Anthony ir ''

Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
'comprehensive In fact Seamon article wrote on a long the, About 3000 golfers, including TRACK You must make an appointment. Telephone

'steps Clay should follow when expected other sports to compete personalities In the 72-are IM i if.PWTANH 5819061. Hours daily 9 to 12 in the morning, 4 to

he meets Liston. And all the hole medal play tournament.Lee 7 in the evening. .
theories Mannle outlined fithClay's Elders of Los Angeles won / You must see Rev. Anthony now. He will be here
style of fighting.
exact
outlined fit Clay's exact style the Tames pro Holloway division last of Newark year while, N. ADMISSION only a few weeks. See this man of God today. Phone

n ftohtlng. J., was tops among the amateurs. 5819061.

Even the great .Jcv Tx>uls, who It REV. ANTHONY
I an advisor to Llston, sees ,\Jt.hE'Glb1on.! 'ormer' wonen's -, 2815 N.W. 24th Avenue Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
tmate"'ennts I cha 71jC\n
r'iy as having an excellent has canturcM, n the wnmcn's amateur DirectionCo! west on HunrUe' Illvd. across 2 railroad
chinc< to upse the champion. title! 'n this tournament ) I I H K Ni IJC hocks to .U. N. 1Cu.' Turn left nt wlRnnl' light onto :3rdAir.

"Lisbon is the !stronger of the the psf two years. Slo turped OI I INS AV (Star O '* H tat Ion) past fire'! Motion until you come
two" admits the Brown Bomb- pro several month" ago andhere Inland Section.
the north to 28th fit. Turn into 24th Ave. Rock
er"but Clay Is a better boxer New Yorker is speculation will battle that Elders NOW! Closed Circuit F22

and the longer the fight Roes'hanrp and Co., this time for 3 !I'tl'r: "' ( T.I..le
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Human Relations Whereas: The Chapter tear!!!I
I that those who represent Florida -
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22,, 1964 Council';urges I In Congress are unawareof II I Dugie's Guest House
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-..--- the degree to which the pea
ple of Florida desire to see civil Tho house of unusual rooms
t/fOME/ BOMBED IN I Passage, of Bill ,- I rights protected by Federal Open 24 hours NE 4-3851
: therefore. '
.; The following resolu lon was legislation now Seeing is Believing\

renectly) adopted; by thq Florida See. us for clean room
'j i :i' JACKSONVILLE Be It Resolved by the Boardof
Council Human Relations
,
on
.... Directors of the Miami Chap- .
Greater Miami Chapter: Jamaica Dugie,.. always M
" h'ome ter of the Florida Council on ,
A J was knocked from namlte" was used In the blast. '
"j ,." Its foundation 'in the Negro The bomb knocked the home Whereas: The Congress of Human Relations, that it Is the I friend : : : i I .Jf. .:
the
United States Is
section: of Jacksonville by a dynamite off Its foundation, shattered legislation to considering to citizens opinion of this chapter that the 2941 N.W. 47th St., MiamiNEW
) explosion early Sunday windows, .,cracked walls and ensure Congress should as soon as .
morning. One person was Injured threw furniture, around the the equal protection the law; possible pass an effective Civil
.
said1 l.,fcurkh and off Rights Bill, and that this chap- '
slightly. rooms, \ rdt KINIl.1tGA1tTI '
Whereas ?'
I J ;/+ : The \ ter believes that many citizens J.
I Mr. and :Mrs. George R. Gll- Mrs. Gllliam} 'woV treated afc of- .In6 Florida: Council Chapter of' Florida share Its view that NW Clth St., and 17th Ave. now
liam and three other persons a hospital for slight. injuries, .) man Relations> were In their home when the and released. @ all American necessary, and be it further open. hot supervised
play, lunches free
'. explosion occurred. The Gllllams are grandpar.* citizens the. assurance that resolved that this chapter directs -
ents of a youngster who, earlier their country Intend. to defend Its officers to give wide pickup and delivery,1 'reasonable -
Ii, Assistant' State Fire Mar- this year, entered the previously their, 'clviltg'ht, p;;: )a',;.. distribution to this resolution. ,rates. Please call OX,
shal T. W. Burkhardt estimatedthat ljl827 ;
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Founders, Day at Of The ;r"k f'h .CH e

Mays High American Legion

Auxiliary Wig
Mays High School P. T. A. The American Legion Auxin
!Is giving a Founders Day Tea *
Unit No. 165 celebrated Its
on Sunday Feb. 22, I9GJ in the ary ,:
school auditorium. Hours 17th anniversary by visiting St
4 until G are Barnabas Church on the first
p.m. There will
p.m. .
he special honors given to Mrs. Sunday, In Jan., of this year. ,
The members enjoyed the inspiring -
Eunice Tanner, a retired teach.
er and faithful PTA worker. services with the Rev.
E. A, Culmer and his congregation
The admission Is only a generous .
donation. We are inviting On Wednesday of that same
the public to and
come help us week the auxiliary had its 17th
honor our PTA Founders of ,.
at the
I the and the faithful anniversary program
past
workers
Dixie Park Youth Center. All
of the ;
present. j'i
the
present enjoyed program
i
; Remember Mays High very much. To top off a wonder. d l..t. 4. .
: School Founders Day Tea, Sun. ful occasion, delicious refresh-
'
: +V Feb 22. 1DG4)
from 4-0
p.m. ments were- served.
I at the school. The Americanism program Don't Miss This !
Thank
lion you for your coopera under the chairmanship of Mrs.
i r-|
Eva Grant was held on Wednesday
Mrs Walter Ferguson, chair. Feb 5, li 64. All who missed
man It really missed a treat.
(Founder Day Committee February spells "Tea Time" Direct From ChicagoIllinos
Mrs
Ola Stevens, chairman for the auxiliary On Sunday,
(Publicity Committee) Feb. 23, the annual tea will be

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