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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 29, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00152

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4tat YEAR, Na 24 MIAMI; FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1964 SI GES10 CENTS I II




MARYLAND USES CLUBS AND Families Of Teens FinedIn





I POLICE DOGS ON STUDENTS Fatal ShootingJuvenile I


Judge Den Shep- call attention- the growing ,
20 Students BittenState The students fought back their way through the ranks, pard Imposed a $10 fine Wed- number of children killed or
with sticks, Mottles and stones. and state troopers charged the nesday on each of the families injured in gun accidents and the
An appeal was made students with two snarling controls.
in emergency of four teenagers Involved ina need for stricter adult
Princess Anne
,
police
by city officials for National German sheperd dogs.
Md., fought Negro students fatal hunting,: accident, for
with dogs,' clubs and fire hoses Guard troops. About 20 students were bit- allowing their sons to hunt
Wednesday as white residents The first pitched battle start. ten on the legs and arms before without adult supervision.
used cars' as their battering ed when 300 Negroes marchedIn they broke and ran backto at
rams to .break' Up the ranks of the downtown business district I the college campus a half- The fine Into was the Imposed shooting an of I
300 marching demonstrators and blocked the main mile away with the dogs snap inquest Eddie Davis, of
13-year-old
who demanded integrated res- street. Private citizens in cars ping at their heels, and police
103rd Ave.
17725 SW
taW'antsUniv.Of. and pickup trucks battered clubbing them with nightsticks
and kicking those who
and four
The youth compan-
fell to the ground.A. ions, aged: 13 and 15, were hunting r AEI

student threw acid at a with one rifle on Feb 12,
Miami Ready trooper; said Major George when It.discharged, the .22 bul I.
Davidson, who was in chargeof let striking Davis in the abdomen -
I the state police. A news- and mortally woundinghim.
man saw the trooper shieldinghis m ",
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eyes and heard him say, cited sel- ,> dJI
For Negro 'Professors "Someone" threw acid in my dom Judge used Sheppard Florida law a which I 't f.

face. says hunters under 10 must be
of
A survey conducted by Dr. munlty by inviting them to The state police parked in afire accompanied by an adult. He Bill Baggft King
truck outside the of
Marvin Taves' Junior-senior dinner. gates also ruled the death accidental.
the their hoses hookedup Final SpeakerThe
Clubs '
sociology students study on SChoolh
hydrants. He said the family violated j
More than half of the 68 pressure "
the campus, indicated Wednes : teachers who replied said they The demonstators surged for- the law and .fined them $10 fourth and final program -
day that perhaps only 10 per would not. They did think, ward at least a dozen ,times, but court costs. The maximum of the The King of Clubs
cent .of Miami University stu- however, that most faculty were driven back by the hoses. : penalty is $300 or 30 days injail. Forum series, will be held nt
dents and teachers would
resent -
Church, 1328
St. John Baptist
members would be willing to
a Negro professor. The disturbance stopped after NW 3rd Ave., tomorrow at 3:30:
share coffee pots and cups with
Mrs. Gloria Richardson had a The Judge said that in fin- '
Two hundred students and Negro faculty members In the the he hoped toBoys p.m.
brief conference with Davidson. ing parents, will be
the
Speaker for day
faculty members .selected at office, home and social func- tirttlln .
random were asked a seriesof tions. I winmm uagRs! the young outstanding -
25 about the effect editor of the Miami
questions
of Negro at the Most of the students believe I I News. Mr. BURRS Is well knownIn .
a professor
Over Gun 1 Shot
his dally
university. that they would receive as Fight ; the community for
good Instruction from a Negroas column In' the' News, and hla
There are no full-time Negro a white teacher and the A boy, 15 shot a schoolmate 1 The younger boy said he got courageous forward look In
teachers ..on the staff although employment of a Negro teacher -. In the neck with a pistol last, the gun back but the 10-year- race relations.
i. there are several' grad- would net hurt the prestigeof Booker T Washington kept following Mm and choked The last Sunday Is tradition
uate assistants.Of the institution. Wednesday at him. In, the scuffle on the sidewalk ally King of Clulfc Day ,The
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High. School the gun discharged, members >are introduced, the I
the five responses ranging About a quarter of the stu- told police. audience, and a' brief.'m mo-
from "strongly agree"' to dents feel that a Negro would Running from the scene, the rial for, members deceased -
"strongly disagree,"' only one have more difficulty lecturing youth who did the shootingwas The victim told detectives during the past year. In
answer' in the survey showedan on controversial subjects, suchas caught by officers lie saidit from an emergency room this instance they are L. L.
element of discriminationwhen civil rights. Nearly 80 per was an accident. stretcher at Jackson Hospital, Richardson, well known funera' -
teachers were asked If cent said an: integrated facul- that, he took the gun from the director and Dr H. H Green
they would welcome a Negro ty would not alter their decision lie told police that he found 15-year-old but gave it back. one of our pioneer physicians.A .
colleague's family to the com- to attend the school. the .22 revolver and showed it He was then shot, he said. large and enthusiastic aud
I to the older boy (10)( ) who ience heard Bishop Coleman
took the gun from him and The 10-year-old, was In good F. Carroll last Sunday, and as
cocked it and pointed it at his condition and the younger lad muoh is expected for this last
Money Pours In To Ross head. was taken to Youth Hall. series.



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f $1.00 checks flooded the law "The Evers' family needs mon- ,
office of former Gov. Ross Barnett ey; numbers of Americans '
in Jackson, Miss., on need to express their position
Wednesday., in. regard to a situation in
About 5,000 'envelopes arrived which such tragedies do occur;
from all parts of the coun- we need to say something effec-
t try and overseas, asking $1 tive to the governor and the. I'I
checks to aid the family of Med- people of Mississippi."
,
gar Evers,. NAACP field secre- The former governor Is "try-
tary who was claim last June ing to find out" Just why they !
12 in Mississippi. picked on him.
Though illegal by postal regulations
,-,the letter named, Barnett -
trustee' for the rfiycks '

/ Barnett called the action Brown On Top InGoIf'Tournament *
r '.':;. .' rharraasment" and said he .la
; ..'.' ? ."going to look Into the :.roatttr"
-:::.::," S:'" One letter was marked "
f:: : ?..-"NATO'.f9rce' In Germany." ;

c .- .-=:::: .- The eba1n letter .:asked per- .?i
sons to "Flood the desk of Pete Brown of Los Angeles
Gov. Barnett with envelopes shot an even par 71 Thursdayto
containing $1 checks which add to previous rounds of
only he can deliver to the 60 and 70 and held a two- tikW
Evers family. stroke lead in the North-
The letter said the t h r e e South Golf Tourney being
played at Miami Springs.

Sam Soi:moa'. Cliff Brown of Nashville, -
Tenn, fired a 69 Thursday to under the direction of Dr. s.1 bara Williams, Miami; Kathryn
: Sons Ii| .Accident; stroke better than Lee' Elders FAMU Playmakers Randolph Edmonds, head of Sneed, Tallahassee; and Lena
gain second place, Just one the FAMU Department of Hill, Miami. Standing, left to
iv. One Dpi ) of Los Angeles who totaled 213 Cited by Secretaryof Speech and Drama. Pictured right, are: Dr, Edraonda; Cle-,

KenxuHfc Solomon. 40. and after 4 holes.Following here are members of the group ment Carney, Delalr, N. J.j;
his brother Raymond 38, both Elders are Chico which entertained American Rayward Dunnell, Miami. Rich
of New'York City, and BOO off Martinez, 216, Willie 'Brown 216, the Army GI's with renditions of Langs- ard Sparks, Ocala; Mrs. Rebecca
Sam B. Solomon of Miami and Charlie Sifford 218. These, members of the Flo- ton Hughes' "Simply Heaven I W. Steele, director of the Flo-
were Involved in a traffic accident Among the amateurs Joe rida A and*M University PJay- ly" and Dr. Edmonds'' original rids A and M Unlver.ity'I
h last Friday near Orange- Louis leads with a 227 score. makers recently received In- variety show, "Showtime. I I Choir, who served as musical
burg. s.c. Lou Henry has 232 and Jim dlvdual citations of merit from Shown, seated, left to right, director of the group, abroad;
t Kenneth died retuurna- Hollywood has 234. Secertary of the Army Cyrus are: Frances Young, Opa-locka; Michael Duncan, Opa-lccka
: hospitaL His body was of New York Vance in recognition of their Debris Wilson, Tallahassee; David Helper,, Ocala, Ronald
> ed to New York for burial Myrtle Hudgins witha efforts as "goodwill ambassa Marva Pleze, Miami; Debris Thompson, Miami; Henry Jefferson -
f Raymond Is confined In the leads the women golfers Frances dors. Last year the group toured Mitchell, Tallahassee; Marie Miami; and Samuel Da-
267
of over
Oraogeburg General Hospital score Europe for two, months Hartley Thomasvllle, Gi.; Bar nlete, Miami.
In .serious. citkr. Mats 290.
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. I


PAGE 2 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1964 I IN' AND AROUND THE BAHAMAS held Its St.election Agnes Cornet on Friday Band,

Feb. 14, 1004 The following
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G:: r: were elected: Thomas .Cash

Oswald Neymour, 19, was the Eleuthera. __ director: Oscar! JohrtSottj. business i

winner of the car In the Crip- I The boat was found bottom manager; Allen" .fayiflr'i

OMB Y ple Children's Committee raffle up but anchored eight mites secretary; Abnfeo l K6liy, dhap1litt. -

Neymour, who Is a plum off Finley Cay, about 27 milefi Remember our phone nUmber
I ber, plans to sell the 1964 Ply- east south est of Nassau
II is FR 0-2500. ,
mouth Fury. The effort net- I

I ted $17,504.80 for the Crippple 1' -.---
Children Fund. The car was SINGH 4 1948

given by Alexis Nihon.
NOTICE.CAROLYN
SIX MIAMIANS were MR. AND MRS. NATHANIELDavis For Quality Building .
among 08 stuaents at Florida (Hazel) have as their
Memorial College who qualified Mr. and Mrs. Ed. V. KNOX would
houseguests, The U. S, Consulate in Nas- PL 1.3604bw
for the Dean's List and ward Hill of Winston-Salem, sau announced recently that like her customers to know
honor roll, on the basis of North Carolina. the contract to build the main that she is now working at

scholarship averages maintained base of the Atlantic Underwater Fashlonette Beauty Salon, 6907
THE FRIENDLY Social and
the Fall semester
during ? xdeecstw.
Test and Evaluation Centreat
Dean Sankey C. Chao has an- Savings Club was organized on Andros for the U. S. Navy NW 15th Ave. Phone 001-1602,
nounced.On Feb. 15, at the 107th St., homeof has been awarded to two Miami shop G314633, home
the Dean's List are Mary Mrs. Coleen Pinder. Aftera companies. The project ,?.7A .,
L. Doster and Geraldine Ferguson brief business meeting a tasty will Includedin -
cost $31,477,600.
L. Tucker of was served. Officers
; and James repast
the the AttentionHome
contract Is dredgingof
Opa-locka. On the honor roll elected were: Mrs. Coleen Pin-
small channel from the
are Annie McGahee, Betty J. der president; Mable Rogers a of Ocean to the main OWners
and Patricia Simpkins. vice-president Kate Sharpe Tongue ..
Williams ; ,
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base Fresh Creek Andros.An LOT OWNERS
near ,
treasurer; Louise Payne, secretary For quality building
and Miriam Martin ass't and advise
We plan, guide
EMMETT E. HATCIIER, Sr. secretary. Other members include additions and remodelingPL
veteran race course employeeof : Edwin Rogers, John intensive air-sea search Your plans or ours 4-0655
Louisville, Ky. Is here for Sharpe, Bennie Clarke, Tim for four men on a fishing trip .
the Hialeah season. Mr Hat Cooper, and W. D. Daniels earlier this month proved use- Custom Built Homes NO DOWN PAYMENTFrom

cher leaves next week for Pull meetings will be held weekly. less. Missing are kim Jackson, Attractive Additions $5 per week
man, Washington where he 42, assistant manager of radio
will visit his son, Air Force HAPPY BIRTHDAY and station ZNS; Donny Malone, Quality Alterations FHA OR BANK TERMSFla.
'Capt. Emmett Hatcher. Capt. Vest wishes to: Chryste Wilkerson 22; Junior Kemp, 23; and Insely Room Kitchens
Hatcher Is taking a course In Lewis Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Sawyer, 17. The men reportedly Good bank financing Bedrooms' Bathrooms
engineering. at Washington B. J. Pennington, Clara Wilcox, left Nassau on Jackson's18foot -
University. Mr. Hatcher Is the Emma L. Roberts, Brenda Harris motor boat "Quest" on 7mmv Carportes Garages
guest of Flo Roberts. Rev. ,and Mrs. L. D. Mc- a fishing trip which was to 1f' ((3 Awnings Fences

Dowell, and Hezel Alfred. Include a visit to Rock Sound, News
M.R8. FLOYD wishes to (!)tro Realty, Inc.

thank those friends who con- IIKZKKIAH BROWN, Jr., son I (BUILDERS DIVISION)
of Hezel Brown Alfred and
tributed In the effort of her Licensed Insured
daughter April Denise, for the Hezekiah Brown, Sr., has enlisted 4740 NW 7th Ave.

Little Miss Princess Contest. In the Air Force. He left Try a 'Times' Ad! 888 N.E. 79th Street INDP
for Lackland Air Force Bas

AL MOSLEY, Postal Clerk I this week where he will receive I
First Class of the U. S. Navy, his basic training.
who makes his home In Kan-
sas City, Mo., Is here partici- I FRIENDS of Mrs Edith Tonight at Roosevelt
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pating In the North-South golf Smith regret to learn that sheIs Savings
tournament. at present in the Jackson

Visiting from New York City Memorial Hospital and hope
are Mrs. Winifred L. Carr, her for her early recovery

daughter, Mrs. Adlene Walker Father EDWIN SHIRLEY 'M
and her baby. The party has who spent a few days In { ,t
visited Key West, Palm Beach Christian Hospital Is now at
and Nassau, Bahama duringthe home to the delight of his
four-week stay. family and friends. Fr. Shirley 10,000 >
In Miami they are guests of is the father of Dr. Edwin
Mrs. Carr's aunt, Mrs. M. E. Shirley. ,
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Stevens, 1845 NW 69th Terr.
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Another aunt Is Mrs. Ethel FOLLOWING morning ser- .,'. ..J r."f..' ,>i> ''t,........... --................---- v... -." ........ I" S:.
Sweeting. Other relatives are vice at the Church of The Incarnation ': ,
Merth.nb '' l "I '
Mr. J. A. Lord and Mrs. Ellen when officers and t ?MERCHANTS : ..

Wiley. The visitors will return members of the vestry, Epis- :::tFr l .I*"**STAMP*}I ***> ,. J "

home this Friday after havinghad copal Church women and other L ,. < ,*, ,*: y./ .:A*,_,____,_ ,.. .x* .. ... ... R"j:: "
an enjoyable vaction with guilds were inducted, they were
relatives and friends. guests of Fr. and .Mrs. Jonesat

THE KING OF CLUBS, one the vicarage. GREEN '

of the outstanding cultural clubsof ON SUNDAY afternoon, The STAMPS !.
our fair city held Its third Most Rev. Coleman F. Carroll, ,
Forum, Sunday, Feb. 23, at the
D. D., J. C. Bishop of the Miami -
St. John Baptist Church. Bishop -
Diocese was guest speaker
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Coleman F. Carroll, First at the third of the
program
Bishop of the Diocese of Miami, King: of Clubs Winter Forum FlEE '
was speaker. Music was furnished Series. Bishop Carroll's address
by the Miami North- "The Negro in Our Commu-
western High School Chorus nity" was well received. We
under the direction of Mr. Art- are proud to have a man suchas I
hur Evans. Mr. Daniel Fran- ;
Bishop Carroll In our, area. .I ;
cis Is president of this august FRIENDS are sorry to learnof I
body of men.WILLIE the Illness of James Hart. I
IT. JAMISON, ass't Get well wishes from all of us AWARDED AT 7 PM-BE HERE-YOU MAY BE A WINNER ,

principal at BTW and Dorothy James. Just visit Roosevelt Savings any time prior to award to enter No
your name. transaction
Edwards, ass't principal of CONGRATULATIONS to Cyrus Three ? -
necessary. bIg prIzes In Green
Stamps redeemable
guidance at Miami Northwestern M. Jolllvette, for receiving of selection. for merchandise ,
have returned from Atlanta I recognition from the National your ..
after attending a Conferencefor Conference of Christians and Ij ,
Deans. They reported that Jews at their annual brother- account i
the meetings were very Informative hood dinner held on last Tues. tor -50

and Interesting. : day at the Fountalnebleau. 100 Green stampS for 260 account

VERNEKA STIRRUP SILVA, AMONG: OUT-of-t wners In stampS account
Green $600 ; 5
ass't principal of guidance at our Magic City to enjoy our 1500 s for 5
Carver High and Society Edi- weather as well as our fine 000 Green gtamP aid andated
tor of the Florida Flash, Is attending recreational activities (includ- 1 dividend P
a Guidance ConferenceIn ing the Golf Tournament and antic ip compounded uarterly4i
Tallahassee this week. Championship Fight) are Professional -' 4% current hq United States
an
GolfersCharles: Slf- anywhere !
from loan Assn.
BLANCHE DEAN entertained ford, Lee Elder, and Pete Brownof ot funds Roosevelt" Savings &
the members of the Cwest Los Angeles, Calif., Ted Free transfer to
Club at her home on last Tuesday Rhodes of Chicago, Willie Blake every month20th ,
In spite of the tornado of Houston Texas, Wllle Blakeof the ot from the tst' ..
warnings that were Issued that Tampa, Zeke Moss Kend- save bY dividends
day, many members were pre- rick of Washington, D. C. Hitting earn
sent and the Links amateurs .::
spent an enjoyable or are: Miami's
100%
evening. Joe Louis of Los Angeles, integrated savings institution ,r
Dick (Night Train) Lane of '
EDDIE G. DANIELS Is beam. Detroit; Mary Merlor of Cleve- 4 '3 ROOSEVELT ''
Ing with pride because she has land and from Atlanta have
as her house guest her sister come James Washington, Oliver "
and brother-in-law, Rev. and Holmes, Hamilton Holmes and & LOAN '14.

Mrs. Marion Zeely of Augusta, I Redrlc Smith; by the way, If y SAVING! ASSOCIATION !.r,*.
Ga.THE you see Redric you can't miss
DADE COUNTY Real him In the leopard skin """ 601S N.W.7th .
sport Avenue,MIami,Florida Phone tj 1
held Its regular meeting, Sun-' 754-6651
coat. That he's wearing, ,push- I mmmmtmm -------
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Ing Pabst new product Big CA\/C -
day, at the home of Mr. and Cat Malt. Your account | BY MAID_ SEND YOUR CHECK WITH THIS COUPON ,
Mrs. Rudolph Pullom. Mr. J, R. looSEVELT SAVINGS i LOAN ASSOCIATION I
Taylor Is president of the .. MR hss't JAMES to the C. EVANS Secretary, civilian of- I I N S U R E D MIS ".W.7. A.....,.1..1' .,".rl'd." I .
board and Mrs. Dorothy Baker | Gentlemen
Defense of :Attached ism check in the amount of ... .
of the Washington, D. C., lnth'n'm''h $ ??_.-....please open.?account I
is president Auxiliary. visited his I below' and send< me mr
GET WELL WISHES TO: Ola 'ole home town, Miami up to $10,000 passbook signature Card.and green stamps

B: Hogan who Is confined to past for week a ;few friends days during were delighted the by an agency of the I NAME..-.. ._...__..,._..-....-___..,._........._................_.__._ I
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Christian Hospital as a result to see and talk with U.S. Government I OTHER NAME IF JOINT ACCOUNT?.................__.___............_ _
of an auto accident and Jean- Mr. Evans. ADDRESS..........._.._..._._..__.. I
nette Goa who is also confined I __.__._..._............._...____

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'<..,..'<" .)..' PERMA-SILK BEAUTY PARTY
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,, ,Daggett and Ramsdell, Inc. smart, sophisticated hairdos
,' of 025 Madison Ave., New after a Perma-Silk treatment.
./' York City, will present a The following valuable door
,. Perma-Sllk Demonstration Party prizes will be given: 3 pocket-
Monday, March 2, from 10 size transistor radios (with
: n.m. to 5 p.m., at the Sir John stands); 5 gift boxes of Dag-
Hotel, 276 NW Gth St ctt and Hamsdell cosmetics;
If you missed the last big 5 gift boxes of n. T. Babbitt
4 Perma-Sllk Party then don't Household Products; 100 Baby
} t t i Ir miss this one. Vanda Orchids for the first 100
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{ All beauticians are invited to guests.
see this safe scientific cream William J. O'Brien, 7211 NW
hair relaxer demonstrated on 2nd Ave, Is the local distributor -
living models, and watch it and Leola M. Edwards is
strengthen every strand, and national sales manager. Smart
; leave hair soft and silky. Miami women are already ask-
Perma-Sllk is the only hair ing for this fabulous treatment.The .

relaxer that really works on company will train stu-

: { bleached, tinted or gray hair. dents In the Perma-Sllk meth-

Guests will follow a famous od without charge at Its train.

-w AfY hair stylist, as she creates Ing clinic in New York.

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On their first night In Miami, I the U. S. A., at the Peppermint Hank Ballard, were great, and
the Beattles, top rock and roll Lounge on Miami Beach where so does Cassius Clay who says RED BARNThe
the later artists
I group of England, joined Hank were appear- he plans to join them for a long

Ballard and the Mldnlghters, ing.The Beattles thought the Mid tour after the big champion- home of the Country Souse
their favorite vocal group in nlghters and the "Twist King," ship fight.

Fish, Chicken and N. Y. Barbecue
WHITNEY YOUNG WARNS OF

CHOICE WINES I,

Mouthful of Rights Taylor', Duff Gordon' and Harvey' I

And all Kosher Wine
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And Empty StomachWar Jam Session on Monday ALL, DAY Tuesday and Wednesday '


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on Poverty to one to all Ivy 32 League members universityas of the school.Young! hailed President Lyn- 1980 N.W. 54th St. NE 5.9385 .-

Must Not Fail United Negro College Fund. don Johnson's "War on Poverty" -
INVOLUTION A FACT WATCH FOR THE RED BUILDING
program and the good
The executive director of the Young called the Negro. revolution offices and intentions of the Open from 7 a.m. to 1 am. M7
National Urban League today .
chief executive. "We have
., "a fact of life" and
warned that Negroes could
.
confidence In
great him 'Johneon'
said that the major problem
find themselves "with a mouth.
confronting the nation was Young said, "He knows
ful of rights and an emptystomach" that he has a limited time to
how to "Wring about orderlytransition"
if the War on Po-
demostrate that
a president of
which would Integrate -
verty faUs. Negroes Into the main- southern extraction can rise ',,',',
He urged them to study as stream of American life. above his region and be a president I' :
and called of all the people. _
will: as to picket, g-
racial ,
upon the white community to He warned that the tw.
help Negroes qualify themselves.In situation is particularly Inflammatory I "You will find that President :;
order for them to rise In northern cities where Johnson Is a reconstructed :
out of poverty., "Negroes have reached" the southerner .. that kind who !
end of their rope, a stuatlon makes the best liberal, a great y > 'X tif >,ax juYr" I I
In Interview over WGN- which might be exploited by
an liberal. He is a genuine, sin- \
TV Chicago and over WNYC- "demagogues" who
Negro cere person who acts with i.ii-
TV in New York City:' the "learned their trade from great feeling." Ji, __ "
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official, Whitney M. Young, Jr., southern white extremists.
declared: "Negroes have made
their position abundantly clear. "I believe that the possibilities The Urban League director, ; r
In view of their exasperationand for intensified (racial) act. who supervises the program of J
grievances, they have ion Is more prevalent*Jn the G5 League affiliates across the ;
shown exceptional restraint In North than the South. In the nation, has pointed out that
their protests. It Is now the responsibility North, the signs are down three-fifths of the nation's non- h J;
of white citizensto the laws (ending segregation) white population have incomesof i1i1'it{( ;;;" X:

provide opportunities and to are all passed and public offici $3,000 annually, or less, and / .:
help Negroes qualify themselves. als talk like (Negro abolitionist that the income of Negroes is I' :k
Where the Negro goes ) Fredrick Douglass. But about only half that of whites. :
from, here Is largely In the Negroes are still ill-fed, Ill- For this, and other reasons, he J'
hands 'of white leaders." housed and the rate of unem- has given strong support to ;*
ployment is devastating, as is the President's civil rights antipoverty 7'A
He said the War on Poverty the problem of slum schools." campaigns. '
must be combatted as stronglyas r
the war on segregation and Young commented, "You are '.
discrimination but that to wipe likely to see boycotts of industries Young appeared as guest of
out poverty among Negroes sltlns, strong efforts the program "Your Right to t
will require special assistance to break out of the ghettos, Say It; produced by North-
from the white community.ASK the more sophisticated use of western University in the ..,} )
FAIRNESS the ballot and demonstrations studios of WGN-TV, Chicago. :j.f:' 1
"Whites should be fair," designed to affect Investment Program Moderator Is' James \
Young said. "Negroes can't portfolios of many companies" H. McBurney, Dean of the x
compete on an equal basis. We this year. School of Speech, Northwestern
are talking about a people who University. Interviewing Young
are mal-nourished, who have USE SAME GENIUS were panelists Robert Nelson,
anemia because of 300 of Midwest Bureau Chief for the ;l r
years
The answer which is sought
Christian
Science Monitor
and
and denial These ,
deprivation from the white community, he. John Drelske political editorof
people must be given special went on, is for white Ameri- the Chicago Sun-Times.
vitamins and blood transfusionsto cans to use the same "genius"to
bring them up to the levelof desegregate cities and offices .
.
whites so that they can ..
and schools that went into In Fine Whiskey.
qualify for opportunities.. segregating them. Unless aid J. A. SummonsREAL "
The Urban League director is forthcomming from whites, "
said that announced policies "We Negroes can reach a con- FLEISCHMANN'Sis "
ESTATE
of integration In employment dition, due to automation and 1
offices and on boards of edu- poverty, where we can have a INVESTMENTAPPRAISALS '
cation were not enough. He mouthful of rights and an emp-- the BIG buy '
urged a massive infusion of ty stomach, and find our- ,
the most qualified teachers in selves living in a hovel. One .. 1 1I
slum schools to assist culturally way to prevent this, he't'said, '
underprivileged pupils would tte for white employers to NE 4-6875 will
actively approach the "Negro I 7/Je ntsf
and for special programs by .
industry to help train and recruit community and say, "I want 1699 N.W. 63rd St. .
Negro employees. "If employers you." He also urged them to 7ellytJUwnyl :
expect to find qualified show preference to a Negro Miami 42, Fla /8
Negro engineers, they will haveto applicant, rather than a white BLENDED WHISKEY 80 PROOF 8X ORAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
realistic investments applicant, if both had the same tmit
make THE PLEISCHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY ;
in 'Negro colleges. At present, qualifications, "thus motivating J
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---.- -- one and only Cassius Clay, loud-mouthed and at Franklin FederalUnder

somewhat amusing, is now world heavyweight champion. -
a special program con.
He did what he said he would do win the heavy ducted by Bethune-Cookman

weight boxing title from the great champ, Sonny Liston. 21-year-old College of senior Daytona from Beach the ,college a.

The fight was witnessed by 8,297 fans at Miami Internship has opened at Franklin a nine-week Federal

I ,II. E. 8IGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher Beach, and thousands heard it over radiQ. Savings and Loan Associationthe

GARTII C. REEVES, Managing Editor federal nation's savings only and integrated loan: -
Clay surprised the prognosticate _and everybody* as
Member of the National. Newspapers Publishers Association When Liston failed to come out for the seventh round, sociation. .4

SUBSCRIPTION RATES claiming his shoulder was injured, in the first round, who The is youth majoring, CharlesValkei in businessadministration \
ONE .YEAH IS.QO SIX MONTHS $8.W FORKTON $6.H I Champ Cassius was like a wild man. Over-joyed, he declared will be ,under

Entered as Sooond dam Matter, August 9, IttT lU tk. Post Office I "I'm the king." the direct supervision. Of
at Miami, Florida, under the not of March 8, 18T8 Charles Prather executive' ,vice
''I Discussing the fight 10 minutes before the starting president of l::ranklln, Federal.

Main Office at OT4i N.W. JSUi Av.nno-Plwae Phone OX FR 1-0431 3-8286 bell, Ye Editor remarked to a fan that he would go Franklin Federal president,
Downtown Office 1112 N.W. 8nI A..1I8 '
along with the under-dog for iat 'least six rounds. That Bill ET. Miller, said the. program -
was designed to "produce
"CE. DO OF TUB NBGBO PUBS*" was i ilj. better businessmen, financiersand
The NEGRO PRIMS b.li.v.s that AmaHoa can beet lead. dI. professionals and likewise
'world from racial and national onteffonicai when It eer4a to To everybody's surprise the fight ended after the give the school an oportunity
every man regard!.** or race, creed ... eoJtor hi* hnman sand sixth round. to measure the effectiveness of
legal right Hating no man, ftaria* BO man- to help every man in the firm belief that all men are Federal is more than hap
hurt a* long aa any on. JM held back.POLITICALLY -----:--.- py to be participating in:'such

.t ." ''ti: Iv an outstanding program." ,
,
SPEAKINGWe < r, Walker, a native of Jacksonville ..
t a" PY who has thrice
anticipated' smooth sailing for our new :Metro .,< b ,'1.Y ed leading roles in presentations perform.

politaan government for a while at least. However a by Tracodram Dramatics
little rough weather might be in the offing. Commissioner Society, said he was "enlightened -
to particpate im the
Patten wanted all committees abolished and appoint- ." \program -

ments made by the whole commission instead of by the Ii This is the first time .t'h: e

mayor.' I program has been extended.out
Naturally Mayor Hall was opposed to such a change. i t of the Daytona Beach ,area.
I .' :' Walker will make a full report;
rfe the change as being selfish ; thinking it better to Wt '\' his
sees .. ." -.. .tJ, on 'BethUne-Cookniah re"1
have political juggling by a bloc on the commission. > .: '. J!' '.... ir "t'19 w a "j turns to :' He
;, "j.V. ;;p+ is a member of Alpha Phi".Alpha -
commission.
the
have uolitical juggling by a block on "j ., social fraternity-and Alpha
"
.. 1 .' I Phi -Omega service fraternityand
f{ a meeting on Tuesday the commission unanimously fr" ', ". ,',, I II is staying with Miami relatives .
voted to call for a complete review of all advis- I .-; of' a Bethune-Cookman
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ory and operating boards. There are between 24 and 30 h :', ; instructor.

of them./ ,
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: In taking ,this action commission explained it, ; :, Dorsey 'WinsIntegrated
did not want mass resignations. ; j'I I
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Six months has been set as the time for, reviewing \ : Track

these boards. They would like all members to keep their ; i, '.. ', ,"-, ,
posts until their particular review has been completed 1 !.s "" Meet

l : t .'... .. Dorsey, captured the 23rd
_ annual Dade County Junior
,
high school track
meet Wed-
chauffeur for /;
Mayor Hall has requested a deputy as ," '
,; nesday, the first time the: meet
his Bolls Royce, but Sheriff T. A.> Buchanan disagrees. na.. '... r rw.., .' has been Integrated. .Dorsey
in spite of the majority vote of the commission favoringa' I" ,' amassed 64 points in the com-
!It- -- petition, divided into three di.
'
deputy serving as chauffeur for Mayor Hall. ...
visions to runnerup Ponce de
The sheriff said : Leon's 28 BInd Jackson's-.
Dorsey took both the A ',division .
"There are 730 officers to be spread over 24 hours
(ages 15-16)) and C 'divi
seven days a week. There are also vacations and sick sion ((13)) while Ponce de Leon
leaves. We are short of men,/' won B(14)( ). "

Ye Editor might be blind, but as he sees it, the Numerous records were'set
A1 Jt 't' over the new track at Miami-
mayor should have a deputy as demands it. Manuel Crespo of Jackspp set

Then too, shouldn't the wish of the majority of the /ZIIZOr9 ..4lIJIIItr.tJ/ three records in the C division.HOUSE .

commission be respected? -w

The salary of a deputy would be $5,000. If the sheriff GUESTS
HENRY
H.GREO
*
cannot supply one, the commission should. I For an early evening, enter
twin your visiting bt.the
The commission elected Lewis B. Withworth Jr., as. Satellite Ix>nnge.guests Our Imnaic
for of six .months.- ( start at 9:00
vice-mayor a period :" i" ArMr/erlef l'do/ft nite. Always: a p.m.showplace sharp every for

Metro's Manager Irving McNayr, at a luncheoni S) f visitors. Unique!
the Government Research Council of the Chamber of t<
Commerce said that a return to an appointive, sheriff 6222 N'W. 7th'AvenueFREE

rather than an elective one should, ,'be made as rapidly ras ;IeO 9dIieoiafd4ey t'tCtY -.....

possible. [- ----0.-' -....... ____._
County Manager McNayr is serious about this 11 t/ :t/ II(' ft4l't'&I FREE! FREE!
change and wants a referendum, but says this time the

people, should be given all the facts. Cf $4Y. Beauty Bath Conditioning

Ye Editor understands that Manager McNayr is bet- treatments with all ,wig

ter qualified to know what is the best way of running our styles.

.gov rnm nt. H'owever only a few months ago Dade voters '
FASHIONETTA
"changed, from appointing a sheriff to electing one. An- : ;, .,1
other election? i ." ". .,.' j BEAUTY" SALON 't.
.
:'Looking :at it from this'corner, what is needed,is forth I ,, "': t"'A J 6907 NW '15th..Ave

',.<. sheriff department to be placed under or .made subject ,;'A
j I: } to the 'Metro Commissioners .as a, whole. They rep. ': Phone691.1692.,;

resent the people who elect them and pay' the taxes for .. .'. A -... ,
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: Did''you' read the Ratner Realty Corporation advertisement Hopkins' -,
in the Miami Times on Washington's Birthday -
? It was something unusual and quite interesting. Become a HandicapperWith TV
Repair Shop
'
.The Corporation offers a Miami, Beach waterfront a proven, tried simple method. Any one who
fully: furnished home with ,a two-car garage for $47,000 can add, can use itj, RADIOS AND HI-FI'S

". with $16,000 down. Also other Beach property. BEST OF ALL Also
your favorite"records
The Corporation also offers acreage in Palm Beach. You can try it for 5 days. If you oWt like it -
we will' 5001
1/, acres for $575\ return your purchase price, in full. No gimick., NW 22n4 Ave.
"
: The unusual thing about, this Miami Beach property HORSE OR DOG $10 Free. pick up. and delivery

L is that"there are> no strings attached. If you can qualify 'Send) check or. order '
you' can make he purchase and live, on Miami Beach. money only Service Calla $1.50

i Further information can be had from the Corporation JOHN' A., AMUSEMENT CO. Phone

office, ,Miami Beach Federal Building, corner Lincoln Dept. F. Box 38-982 Miami, Ha. 6349484' 634- .12
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. TEMPLE BAPTISTThe \[_ rf t

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1964 PAGE 5 pastor wishes to thank CLYDE KlL ENS'

the other No.members one choir who, ushers attended and SIR JOHN IIIIII1' MIGHT BEAT CLUB

Atlantic< Coast Association ser-
r vices at Central Baptist PRESENTS ./I;

Church West Hollywood, Sunday .
,
Spearing ? _February 28-29, March 1st A--. 'iH!
r < Ordained to the diaconatewere
r Brothers George E. Hep THE FABULOUS

burn. Alfred Dean and ReuWn

With SportsBy Hepburn.The DEE DEE SHARPE

choirs will serve Jointly -
HARRY SPEAR Sunday and the Lord's Supper ; '';i> ,:. .' ",'>

-- will morning be and administered evening. both "', >, .........x, :
I Our No. two choir, Mrs Ma- .
BUpDY PACK will open his I win column. Joe in four weeks tilda Hall president, and Chas.
Pan American Club March 2, has fought four fights havingwon Ambrose, director, will be hostto "';"
or 9 with an all star' boxing all, two by decisions, two the monthly meeting of the s', ,
,show,. Watch for the announce by knockouts. They all took Interdenominational Choir Un- ,
ment in your local papers, TV place at the Little River Club,
ion 8 The
Monday, at putt-
or radio.. This will be another one of his fights was an eight lie is invited. p.m. .. '
club -lh Dade County where round main event where he .
fights will be held regularly. stopped his man in seven.
It has 'a seating capacity for Keep watching this boy, he Is
1,500' to 2,000 people. Good young, strong, fast and- wow
luck .Buddy ing. He is managed by Al De- Ui Y
; ,... .o ''S 1 7,
Rose who boxed from 1017 to .,t .' <<::1
,
1932. Al had over 300 fights.He .
\ <>:
MARTY MARSHALL, the was a good drawing card ; TONIGHT 3 ,ts <
only fighter who beat SONNY here back.
LISTON in eight rounds, was DEN years"Evil Eye" 'FINKLE .. .. .
here .taking in the fight. They was executive director of research Wk 0'R
fought,three times. Liston beat and information for
: 11 Races
tWiceer Press Room Facilities for the Exciting *
.; Liston-Clay heavyweight, fight..
fI f,1 PBXE.\' ::: SCAX.ZO formerfeatherweight Finkle, well "known to 4, l n e wl yo', I PS ; ri
champion of'the boving world -superi&teed "all AftfonlDOG r ,, t I '41' wy ov 3 t,
world is the press room facilities and dis-
now chief inspector ,
seminated Information thruout -a? a rq P r
for the New York Boxing
Commission' Pete was a referee the press room (Coral Room) 4 .
before taking over his located in Convention Hall.
new 'office. The Convention Hall press-
room was equipped with type- TRACK i :l
writers, wire machines, tele- 'f
MANNY ALFARO has three phones. He took care, of 500 8"15
FIHST HAC'E PM.
good looking prespects in WILLIE visiting newspaper men. .. ,,jT
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GILES, ROCKY BETHEL In accepting his apolntment, w
-BALMORAL ANEZ. Mr. Finkle siad, "I am honored GRANDSTANDADMISSION "
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a 'featherweight and a good 4 ,
one too, the same week and Track LoversAfter St \ f., A "J";4. j
the same year in a 15-round "'"
t.'k I
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the there'
boutVPeb.: ; 1929 when JACK dogs always !,}w 't.t"#! I'.
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time for taste At the atmospheric 1 r :1:I'. ,
SHARKEY and BILLY STRIB- n w ,', : L, i
Satellite Lounge. Win-, SOUTH ENDCOLLINS .... ', : .. '
LING fought here, Mason N> "..1" +I ( ",
wasa
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ners or lONers welcome. Try It! 'F' "I : :'.
local l ,boy but now operates AVE. .I' ,;, i '
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:'If
Wee lone at 1 each .
a.m. morn- "
the Nova G. Ranch in Alabama. .' t ,."fat .,
..
He was here for the fight.AL ing.SATELLITE LOUNGE NOW! Closed Circuit .., .M.:: '

.' f'' Friday, February 28th
6222
N.W. 7th Avenue
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: SILVANI is the man responsible NORTII-SOUTII GOLF

'MACHEN'S for great EDDIE aggressive Admission: Friday-Saturday $2.00 Sunday $1.50

comeback.' This has all been ATTENTION! ATTENTION! Clyde Klllcns Moves II .
accomplished in eight months.In I
MATINEETo
consecutive this time knockouts.he has had Machenhas five Thank You TEENAGE

challaneged the Heavy- THE LONGSHOREMAN'S HALL
weight Champion. Some recovery -
from his sickness. Al Sunday, March 1st
was the physical Instructor ....-..--.... 3:00: 'to 6:00: I'.M. Admission $1.00
for a"Sear at Siam. He developed -
.
PONE KINGPETCH, t h'e
flyweight_ champ of the world. The Hampton House Motel and Villas COMING NEXT WEEK

.. JERRY WHITE, who oper- THE SENSATIONALVIBRATIONS
ates a photo studio at 6957 Col. wish +to thank all their guests who came
gins Ave., was well connected '

with He wasowner boxing here of a years gym, back.man to' Miami,for the heavyweight championship '.

ager of fighters and coach of ,
the Golden Glove team which fight an/d/ the North-South Golf ':W :
represented Miami at Madison v ; .
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Square Garden In the years of 'v I. "'(':,:r
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1946-47 and 19-18. Jerry is the i'I
brother of DAVE WHITE who 'T4L ;
had -the distinction of promot Tournament. 1\
ing some of the greatest fightsat /I
the Civic Center which was We appreciate your business and hope I'I'i
the old Cinderella Ballroom, I
and at the .MacArthur Stadium. you had fun in the sun.

A-,.few weeks ago I wrote, a jl

story about JOE ',NARDI was ;w ,.. .r :: j
a good looking prespect. These
*'words have showed up in the '. '

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x Elks Issue Call For SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1964 PAGE 7

Residential HousingThe

n x i management of all small Orlando to Host Voters
{ hotels, rooming houses and private -
residences who wish to

j4' iuNI :' Elks place Convention their for the vacancies week Housing of with August Committee the- League March 14-15

21-28, should contact any member -
of the following commit
I tees: L. V. Davis, president of Florida tion In November.
<, Voters League officially I Candidates for Governor and
x DOWNTOWN MIAMI announced the completion of I other statewide offices are beIng -
.r Mrs. Sarah Smalley, FR plans for the next League : Invited to attend a special
3-3898; Mrs. Vera Wilson. FR meeting to lie held in Orlando session of this meeting where
4-8520; Mrs. Madge Kelly, Fa Saturday and Sunday, March i members of the league can
t 1-3895; Mrs. Carrie Pitts. FR 14.15 Saddler's Hotel on West hear their views on various
3-5884. Church St., will be headquarters issues and, participate in a
for ,all activities. question and answer period.
LIBERTY CITY The meeting will close
; y Mrs. Portia Bannister, PL This meeting talking place in with a banquet Sunday after-
1-7871; Mrs. Frankie Dunn PL the midst of the campaign for noon featuring an outstanding
V 4-6408; Zeke Brady, FR 4-8828; Governor, Cabinet Post U. S. speaker. All Interested persons
Mrs. Marion Muldrow, OX Congress, one U. S, Stenator: are invited to attend the meet
1-4704. State Legistlatlvc scats, local
preparation for "Save '200 employees at Goodwill In. I and County offices promises to ings.
Your Vision Week" (March 1.7)) dustries. All housing facilities will be be the most Important meet-
proclaimed by President Lyn- Israel Armstrong, 1906& N Inspected and certified by mem ing ever held by the league.In SLUMS on 'OPENMIKE'
don B. Johnson, members of W 1st Place, is seated at an bers of the Housing Committee
the Dade County Optometric Orthorater, a device which In order to determine accep- practically every county
tests visual skills, as Drs. Mar tance.OTHER even where Negro registrationhas Next Sunday evening, Open
Association are shown conducting MIAMI AREAS
shall Gardner (W) and William been negligible, contlnous Mike with Hendrlk J. Berns.
free visual screening of S. Plntzow check results. Mrs. Ellen Taylor, FR 1.7083; registration drives aro being will discuss "Urban Renewalor
Mrs. Mable Robinson CR 7-8219 carried out by league affiliates, Slum Renewal" from 7 to 0
(Homestead); Charles North, NAACP, COHE and other poll p.m. Among guests will be officials -
::: ; I Join the force to provide FR 9S451.BROWNSVILLE. tical and civic groups with of the Miami Housing
PHIL OSSOFER wholesome 'programs and activities much success. Authority and Metro Urban
for our youth by Joining AREA Negro registered voters are Renewal Agency, as well as
Mrs. lona Perry, NE 4-8315;
SAYS: the YMCA todayl! The next report Mrs. Hester Rivers, OX 1-5554; expected to reach 300,000 by radio and TV commentator Art
meeting for all workers the primaries with a strong Green.
Mrs. Rosa Horton, CE 5-1684;
will be Monday, March 2, at 8 Mrs. Beatrice McCoy, CE 5-1684 possibility of 400,000 being on As usual, the program will
God's law for man, like His p.m. the books for the general elec. come live from the Hampton
law for nature, is "grow or House.
die' Man's true purpose on -
earth is to help forward an

ever-advancing have seen in successive civilization ages We Pet Milk PAYDAY Winners

the advent of, family, tribal,
city, state and national unities;
each superseding the previousas
the highest form of unity.If .
we are to continue growing Next week it could be !
the next step is universal \ you: '
unity. Unless we grow into \ ,
this stage, we shall die, victimsof
our own shortsightednessand
prejudices, because In this ,X1', ;' '
age nationalism can no longer 1Tm,
suffice as our highest form of
unity on earth. As H. G. Wells
'
noted historian, once said,
'"Our true nationality is man-
,kind."
Our ,growth into the unity of
all 'mankind must come "or) 'we
are doomed. We are the leavesof
one tree, the tree of humani
ty. We cannot Justify super-
patrotism "America 1:
First" for ', :
nearly every ,' +q 9l aAY i. '. r
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one of us is a descendant of ii
forebears of other lands. Yet
we degrade other American
here.
America's job, therefore, is
first to grow into complete
unity of all Americans, for then
the tree of humanity will grow
and flourish. Those who dogmatically :! .
nn qAL 4inWW.M': 'VktwrcYS'' rlp.l; a7 w .yh Y.
fight to continue the .
degradation of Negro and Indi Clarke Williams Mrs. E. R. Culmer Dora Geiger
an, and who seek to keep 531 N.W. 5th Ct. 2015 N.W. 6th Ave 330 N.W. 6th St.

America from growing into the ,,,,,.. ,,
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universal stage of unity ,by rejecting ;; ,4 'f I .v. '
any form of a unity of '
nations, would, do well to re. ::' i
member that a : a
nurseryman
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prunes a tree of its dead bran- 0 I
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.bring forth fruit. :; :t ,
Thus, those branches which k"i r '
refuse to ,grow will die, prun- ;" ',; IJ
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so that His tree may bear the '.. : J
fruit of world unity and peace. 'I
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YMCA Launches

Membership DriveThe Y j I' f*.Mt 9 1F

1964 membership Enrollment .
of the G. W. Carver
,Branch was launched with a
dinner meeting last Monday at
the Carver Branch building
and is scheduled to be in pro-
for four weeks.
gress r
Kh !n any Y./'A inNrra'AnAID
According to Dr. Edward
Braynon and Mrs. Marie Brown, Joe Gordon, Jr. ,. Mary Gathers Serelne White 'I ,
co-chairman of the drive, the 1741 N.W. 1st Ct. 3376 N.W. 49th St. 2347 N.W. 50th St. I

campaigners are working desperately -
to arouse the com- '

,youth munity The by goal share supporting of their$6,500 the lives and YMCA.with 800 You can be a PAYDAY Winner, too! ," 1''i\\

members is relatively small

'compared to other YMCA ,,'.:,j"",
';(Branches, but a small 'Y', like The contest is still running.
,
ours doing such a great
'job with our 'youth '- this .
means a great deal. Specifically t, '
' it means extending more Listen to Pet Milk Showcase .. rY ,
programs to more young people ,

, Your in our membership community.in YMCA for details: .. '

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,morrow's leaders and asserts 9-00' a golden spoon,*. ,
belief that one of the cooking with t ", :
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
Valentine Parlor
I PAGE 8 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1964
RecitalA

Valentine Parlor Recitalwas '
given at the home of Mr. TV RADIOISERVICE PL 838',
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and Mrs L. Hill, 1801 SW 48th AND
Ave., West Hollywood. It was
largely attended.
We do not give free estimates. Honest estimates require
Mrs. Lillian Scott, W. M. of work. We repair, rent sell and exchange. Satisfaction guar
Morning Star Chapter No. 22, -
anteed. Free delivery. Know jour TV man and save money
OES, was master of ceremonies / '
i Rev. Lester C. Albert was
guest speaker. &9 JOE,,SCOTT TV ., '. :
Among the guests were Mrs.
r < 1 r Ruby Cutler, past W. M., of AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV SALES AND SERVICE "

3f Inez T. Boyer Chapter OES; 023 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1-8381.
Flossie Jenkins of Fred Doug
las Memorial Chapter OES; .
; ,'" Earlie M. Brown, W. M. of
J,., ,'? Pride of Hollywood Chapter
I, 143; Leola Thompson, MAM of
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> # ine of Jericho; Worshipful Master
w'S I Willie Thomas of Progressive -
t"i'l'.'S [A Blue Lodge 510; Mrs. RIDE BY THEN CALL, US
., Charles Elliott, Clarence Hil,
Fred Hopkins, Curtis Whitley, 4-bedrooin, 2 bath, on largo lot. Total price only $11,500.
Willie Wilson, James Williams, Good trrniH.rf .
H M. Cutler Mr. and Mrs. Char-
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6742 NW! 6th Avenue
lie Byars, Mr. and Mrs. Zeph- .
9yi nen Bolds, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Robinson, Mrs. Altheria Williams 3-bcdroont, 1 bath. Neat as a pin. Nicely landscaped, Fla.
Mrs. Cambridge of West room. Price $12,000. A good deal. .
Hollywood, Mrs. Clarice Car- 4834 NW 15th Court
negay, Mrs. R. McCray, Sarah
Hill, Willie Mae Hill, Mary -+-
2-bedroom CBS completely furnished. A real deal for a beau.
Woods, Viola Brown and Mr. .
Williams tiful home. Only $9,500. Don't misH this one. Good terms.

Special thanks to Mrs. Viola 289 NW 49th Street *%"* '
Johnson, a member of, Pro- .' .
gressive Chapter No. 29A forgiving : ,Beautiful duplex, nice location only $400 down, no ,cling V
to prepare her a servicein delicious+;}ljelplngj turkey : .t cos. i it.i,)F'HA'Wroved. .. ,.*" .J:,:, : ..

Charlie Sifford (left) of Los dinner with all the trimmings, 4757 NW 16th Avenue
Angleles and Cliff Harringtonof with delicious fresh cake for1essert. +--
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secrets in preparation for the Many thanks to all. I -r-
start Tuesday (Feb. 25)) of the Mrs. Viola Hill, G. A. M.
11th annual North-South Golf of OESi State of Florida FENSTER REALTY
Tournament at the Miami And husband, L.. K. Hill
f touring pro, who won the 1967
event, is the favorite in the '
rr pro division while Harrington' "Beauti1 ul"
the 1959 winner, is one of the
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s } ATLANTA SPORTSMEN HOLD 29th ANNUAL ALL-SPORTS JAMBOREEFor I

___ the 29th consecutive year,The 100% Wrong Club of The Atlanta Daily World,Atlanta,Georgia,!liar i .
'r ; y' ; gIven its annual nod to sports figures,who, during the past year, excelled In various'areas of athletic activity?! '

a ''1e noted club's All-Sports Jamboree honored top names in sports and sports-interested individuals having. I'

'e outstanding contributions to athletics sports-associated projects.) ';: .'... ,

The highest salute of the dub was one of reverence and respect,,'a memorial tribute to t.1reorent .i
;
Americans.."The 100% Wrong Club of The Atlanta Daily World respectfully dedicates 29th t

_. annual All-Sports Jamboree to tho memory of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 35th President of
k >_ F : the United States.W. A. Scott n, founder, The Atlanta Daily World, and A. F.Herndon, ,

founder, Atlanta Life Insurance Company ,,, ; I'

all pioneers in efforts to fortify the ff.:
destiny of manWnd! and all I

exponents; of physical fitness.", :'..J:> I

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In with Wllllt Callmort, Bun, Chtrttt W.;'Craini, AUinti Irfg PR '
dlrtctor,and Chirtn Blvlnt, Btira. Enclrcl.d It Rtv.William Holmit a;; > '. ',
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the jackpot again in Atlanta; Chatter Matter Leonard Williams Aaron SATURDAY, FEBRUARY '29, 1964 PAGE 9
Ga., when It paraded.a long I Biddle Dr. Leslie Hayling
list of sports figures before the SKEFFREY Robert Burnham Leroy Banks Jl"JfJ:1VtUJ: [
capacity attendance of its 29th DR. YVONNE Robert Graham Nick Taylor, )
of the staff of theJ Princess
annual Jamboreethe
All-Sports Johnny Fowler and Ulysses
stars coaches, former Margaret Hospital in Nassau, Thomas.
sports greats and persons whd flew to, Miami last, week to enter -
have befriended athletics came a critically ill patient at
AMONG GUESTS attending"
to Atlanta from near and far.George Jackson Hospital
the $100-a-plate Presidential
S. IFalas, coach-owner; GILBERT STYLES had aa Dinner at Fontainebleau on
The Chicago Bears, was the this week Atty. Thursday night were Judge
-r his houseguest Ji
honoree 'the occasion '
top of Harold Boone of Trenton; N.J. .Henderson Atty. Henry Arrington L4&1$1&
receiving "The Pioneer Award'with Boone entertained his Trenton Frances Hendersonand ,
Army's Coach Paul Diet friends attending the golf tournament Garth C. Reeves of Miami .
zel and Brooklyn's all-time un1 Nu 1t PAy
Frank of Jackson-
here with a steak par- Hampton
,
pitching star, Carl Erskine, ty Wednesday afternoon. Then- ville; Jerome Stevens of Quincy -
walking away with the speak- tonltes attending were John and Julian Nicholas of New
ing honors. Four special awards Norman Hines Atty. York.
went to Atlanta's Mayor Ivan Sapp "Living Service for the Living"
.
Allen Jr., and. Arthur Montgomery I II ,I Oscar L.
Funeral
Home
president. The' Allanta Range
(Ga.) Coca-Cola Bottling
Co., E. Delony Sledge The M. Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr:
BROOKSQIJALITYCLEANERS
Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta, Ga., 5727 N.W,17th. Avenue
and Moss H. Kendrix Wash-
ington-Atlanta, ,public relations OX 1-0131 OX 1-4343
firm operator, who were recipients JJUiHtfTirJCFJEgi :J7U
of the Club's "Two
Friends Award." Atlanta Life
Insurance Co., a Jamboree co-

sponsor Award", supports and the"The twofriendsnod Pioneer v. AT MANKER YOU CAN BURY
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Vanderbilt Chicago Bears Nashville- Bill and Dade rf Willie PricesPrompt YOUR LOVE ONES FOR NO'
Galllmore Florida A and M Quality Service at Economy

Tallahassee, Charles BJvens! ,
Morris Browrivahd""U1i1rYJJ.torris. CASH OUTLAY!'
Georgia Tech both or Atlanta pick-up and! delivery service anywhere in

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View's From Coach Texas Billy came'PraIrie Nicks and Dade County SOCIAL SECURITY . $255.00 ., 1

his star quarterback, Jim One day service if desired :
Kearney, to pick up The W. A. ,
Scott II, Memorial Trophy V. A. . . . . $250.00 :
national intercollegiate football You may open a charge account at no extra cost. I

(Coca-Cola sponsored) TOTAL FUNERAL $505 OO :
championship symbol coach- .
work
modern where all
of-the-year and player-of-the- Feel free to visit our plant

year honors. -Two other lead- "" will be done on the premisesWe
ership coaches C. E. Gaines .
CASH OUTLAY
.basketball, Winston-Salem, N. $000'Funerals
C. State College, and Clifton are looking forward_ to be. of service to you
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Anderson, track,. Maryland / ,
State College, Princess :Anne
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were likewise cited as coach S i j, $150 Up
"honorees for 1963. ,.
Willie Davis, the Green Bay Alexander W. Brooks, president; Herbert L. William, vice
.Packers defensive star from GRAVE'SITE EXTRA
Grambllng, while Frank Ren- president; Alexander W. Brooks Jr., vice prraldent/AM
der II, Virginia State College, I
Petersburg, received the club's Hunter, vise president; Theo, R. BIDe, .< "Sports New Writeroftheyear" -- CALL MANKER .
FUNERAL HOME
'-citation-, sponsored by h,41t. '
the Atlanta Coca-Cola Bottling 3305 Grand Ave. (Phone 4464772
Co. another Jamboree co- *;
sponsor. Mayor Allen and Mr. Miami (Coconut Grove) Florida OX 1-9151 .
Montgomery were ,honored for r:
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Requiem Mass for FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST Baptist Ministers


,t PAGE 10 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 196 I H. H. GreenA Rev.Ruby J.Lee E. Jenkins Carr, reporter, pastor Alliance MeetsThe


! I Requiem Mass in memoryof Saturday, Feb. 29 at 8 p.m., Baptist Ministers Alliance -
i the late Henry Harrison the Gospel Cornetts will rendera held its regular meetingat

I Green, M. D. will be said Sun- program with many other 11 a.m. at the New Provi-
day, March 1, 1964 11 a.m., good singing groups such as dence Missionary Baptist
at the Most Sacred Heart of the Florida Nightingales. Sun- Church, Rev. C. J. Burney
Jesus American Catholic set Travelers, New Mt. Calvary pastor The meeting was calledto
Church, 4718 NW 31st Ave., Choir and many other local order by the propulsive
4f (Pharr Out). The Very Rev. singing groups. You will missa president, Rev. Thedford John
I: Donald Anthony, O. S. B. Rec- treat if you fall to hear these son, pastor of St. John Baptist
tor. singers tThe program is being Church.
Uy the Youth Depart-
sponsored
aIugwIj Gamble Memorial Church ment. Sunday our pastor is expected After the singing of hymns,
to deliver both morningand scripture and prayer the meet.
(OF GOD: IN CHRIST) evening Sermon. With our ing was in the hands of the
assistant Bible expositor, Rev.
communion service being givenin
1809 NW 5th Avenue P. W.
Williams pastor of St.
Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor the evening service. Luke Missionary! Baptist

Sis. Mildred Cooper, reporterYou Visitors are always welcomeat Church
are always welcome to our services; come to church
attend our services. On next Sunday and have faith TheRev.. D. A. Bradley
your
Sunday, which is the first Sun- lifted. brought the message for the
day our pastor, Eld. Jackson, day, "It happened in Jail"
will bring the morning mes-
and the Choraliers will The next Federation meet-
sage
I render music for the day. As SHADY GROVE BAPTIST Ing of all the Baptist churchesin
our pastor often says, "Cpme the Alliance will be at the
'
6709' NW 15th Avenue newly organized New Phila-
MT. HERMAN AME MACEDONIA BAPTIST and go along" with us, we'll do delphia Missionary Baptist

Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor you good. Rev. I. Clayton, pastorSis. Church, 915 NW 62nd St., the
The pastor wishes to take Sis Netta Kelly, reporterOn NEW HOPE BAPTIST Gloria Cherry, reporter Rev. William E. Washington,
this method of thanking all last the
Sunday, pastor pastor.
Invites to attend its
who have been so you
members
delivered two soul stirring Rev. W. E. Sims
pastor
church church services. In their morn
faithful with all of their
messages. A. L. Stephens reporter The meeting will be on Wed-
ing service Grove
duties and paying of assesments The Young Women's Auxiliary Prayer and worship directour honored with, Shady the was of nesday, March 4 at 9 p.m. All
assigned to them. Especiallydoes wish to thank each and attention toward God, from presence ministers are asked to urge
sister Mitchell Leonard well
thank those of a
he want to with 'I every one for helping make whom our strenght comes to known Christian worker. Sis- their members to attend, as the
you who have church traveled has been their first anniversary a great keep us loyal in all things good. ter Leonard gave an insirring purpose of the Federation is
him when our success. Total raised: $217.C6. We ask God's help, to reserve lecture on the "Power and to rise money to support the
visit to another
asked to make a On this Sunday, the Broward times when all else but Thy Wonders of God." chaplain, Rev. Harrison, at
church I County Quartet Association greatness can be shut out of Jackson Memorial Hospital.

Please don't forget that every will render a program begin- our lives. Then having seen The organizational ceremony
Tuesday evening, Class Meet- ning at 2:30: p.m. Everyone is Thy Glory may we learn to for the Pastors Aid Mission Thus far this year, the Baptist
ing Is held at the church and Invited to come out. share It with others. will be held at 3 p.m., the first Ministers Alliance has contri-
on every Sunday afternoon, the Services were well attendedon Sunday,,!In March, at Shady buted, $50 towards this service.
ACE League meets at the ST. LUKE BAPTIST last Sunday, and the visit- Grove Baptist Church. All Rev.

church at 5 p.m. To all of these Rev. P. W. Willams ing minister, Rev. McCreay de. churches' that wish are invitedto ident Thedford Rev. William Johnson, pres-
pastor ;
Washing
meetings you are cordially in- livered a heart warming mes- come out and Join with us.
Mrs. Bunesba Green reporter sage in morning service. ton, public relations director.
vited. Monday night, March 2, 1964 ,The men of our church are The Sweetfield Gospel sin-
The church is planning two at 8 p.m., we will celebrate ourpastor's making plans for oujr Men's ,gers of Coconut Grove will
special Easter presentations. 22nd anniversary. Mon. Day which< will climax the appear on this program.
The first is the Easter Pagent day night March 2, at 8 p.m. fourth.ill nda in March. The Bishop Baker

entitled "Were You Thre" Rev. P. D. Brantly and congre pastor, chairman and cochairman
will be present during the gation of Greater Israel Bethel urge each member to South Florida Preaches At Bethel
Sunrise Service and the secondis Baptist Church. Wenesday cooperate whole heartedly to
the Easter program that will at 8 p.m. Rev. W. M make this day a success. "Help us on The Way," was
be held later In the day. The Davis and Church congregation of First We welcome you to worship Conference AME the central theme of a stirring
Easter Pageant under the direction Baptist Brownsville. with us at all times sermon delivered by the Right
of Mrs. A. Floyd will Thursday. night, at 8 p.m. Rev.S. Laymen) to MeetThe Rev. George W. Baker at
have practice every Saturday Atkins and congregation of MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Greater Bethel AME Church
beginning at 7 p.m., and last- Alt. Calvary Baptist Church. last Sunday. One of the most
ing until 9:30: p.m. This is a Friday night, at 8 p.m. Rev. Rev. S. Atchinson, pastor laymen of the South. beloved of the Episcopal
plea to all choir members to be Thedford Johnson and congregation Constance Carter, reporter, Florida AME Conference will Fathers of African Methodism,
present. Practice for the Eas- of St. Johns Baptist meet in their first quarterly Bishop Baker presides over the
ter Program under the direc- I Church. Sunday, .March 8, at The No. 'two Ushers Board session for loot at Allen Chapel First District which comprises
tion of Mrs. Dukes will be 3 p.m. Rev E. T. Graham and concluded 'their'anniversary AME Church, 'Melbourne, Eas- New England, New York Pennsylvania -
every Tuesday and Friday, at congregation of Mt, Zion with Rev. W. E. Sims as the ter Sunday, March, 29, at 11 a. Delaware and }New
5 p.m., parents are asked to Baptist Church. Monday night, guest speaker. His most appropriate m. The Conference President, Jersey. Here for a short rest
I please send your children to March 9, at 8 Rev. W. K. Smith theme was: "Ohristaln Mrs. Irene L. Taylor, is callingall and fishing expedition, before
rehearsal on time. and congregation of New Bethel Ushers." They should be com- district officers, conference beginning his District meeting
,
Baptist Church Opa-locka. mended for going well over the officers, and members to be in Bishop Baker and his charm-
The pastor is looking for- Members and friends are ask- top with a total of over $600. attendance.The ing wife, were guests of Rev.
ward to the presentation of :d to support this program. On Saturday, Feb. 29, there I I and Mrs. S. A. Cousin.
the Hell Bound Play that is to will be a Barbecue Sale at the laymen have begun a
be presented in the very near CHURCH OF GOD church. Rev. Ira McCall and campaign for the recruitment Bishop Baker was high in
future. You'll be hearing more Bishop R. 13. Davis, pastor Marc will be here on of more loyal, active membersand his praise of Rev. Cousin who
about this after your reporter Elder H Cox, reporter 4, at 8 p.m. Wednesdaynight methods by which the Is aspiring for Episcopal hon-
confers with the pastor. We thank God for His won- after the first Sunday. organization can grow financi- ors at the General Conference.
derful blessing that we receive, ally. Our first project, a calen In May.
Choir Numtter two wishes to we would like to extend a MT. ZION AME dar rally will terminate at this
invite all of its friends to a cordial Invitation to our meeting. Mrs. Mary J. McCoyof As a classmate in seminary
sale that will be at the home of weekly service. Our Sunday Rev. H. E. Greene pastor Miami, director and general and a friend throughout the
our members on Saturday night School is having a special Evelena Glenn, reporterMt. chairman of this project, has years, Bishop Baker said "I
beginning at 8 p.m., the addressis drive to boost our membership, Zion having been on the asked that each layman report know of no other man more
16001 NW 20th Ave. Please Would like for you first Sun- North Miami District under his donation to his month qualified than Rev. Cousin I
come and bring a friend. Also day and again it is Pastor's Presiding Elder J. A. Roberts captain as follows: am sure we need men iof his
our choir wishes to welcometwo Day, come and see us display held it's first quarerly confer- type as one of the Bishops."
new members, Mrs. Bea- our love for our pastor. At 6 p. ence beginning on last Friday January, Mrs. Mary T. Colden, In his fatherly
Mrs. Potter. All previous Choir 2261 NW 49th St. Miami, Fla. manner, the
son m. The Victory Leader Band night sang for the open- bishop indicated to the church
members of this choir are asked will meet for their service, and ing of the conference and a February, Mrs. Lula Baldwin assembly that being a bishop
to report to rehearsal on at that time our state secre- large number of members were P.O. Box 1052, Delray Beach was no easy task! but, those
Wednesday night. Your presence tary Sister E. H. Smith will in attendance, Elder Roberts I who looked upon him knew he
needed in carrying out the make her offlcal visit to us. We brought to us a short wonderful March, Mr. John H. Wilson, P. was able to withstand
songs of Zion.GRACE want you to come, hear, and message from the subject, O. Box 441, Hollywood, Fla. pitfalls and problems involve
see this young: dynamic speaker Forward March. All boards were A stalwart, though quiet
PRESBYTERIAN a great worker for the ready with their written and April, Mrs. Queen K. West, Bishop Baker represents the man.
6895 NW 15th Avenue Lord. financial reports. Total receiptsfor 3230 NW 45th St. Miami, Fla. strength and determination

Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastorIn Friday night, $446.00. which Is so necessary to attain
our Men's campaign last On Tuesday night March 3, With Choir No. two singing May, Mrs. Johnnie M. Mc- success in life
Sunday we were able to District No. two Convention for 11 a.m., service Sunday pahee, P.O. Box 622, Lake Placid,
the $1 O\N: mark in our effort. will begin. So we Invite you to morning the elder brought to Fla. COUSIN FOR BISHOP

The chairman of the campaign, come and feast with us sand us another touching message June, Mrs. Florence Mosely CLUB
Elder Edward Harris, thanks enjoy the blessing that comes from the subject he that over- 234 NW 12th St., Miami Fla. ON TUB MOVE
all captains, members and from the Lord. See you in cometh. All members welcome more than 500 ?u WBgiE
friends for their support of this church Sunday. Elder Roberts back to Mt. Zion. July, Mr. O. W. Penney, 808 Members of the Cousin for
greatest '''Men's Day drive. Total receipts at the close of 13th St., West Palm Beach, Fla. Bishop Club have distributed
MT. TABOR the conference $540.83. more than 500 letters
Thanks tremendously to our All members are remindedof August Mrs. Louise Byrd, enumerable and
guest speaker, Mr. James W. Rev. P. 9 Brown, minister our annual Men's Day on the 14821 Monroe< St., Richmond. extolling pieces the of literature -
whitehead, the executive director lfe s Desslp Crockett reporter fourth Sunday in March. Every i Heights, Fla.September Rev. S. A. Cousin for merits of
of the Greater Miami There will We a car wash at member and board are asked to Bishop.At .
I Urban League, for a stimulat- the church Saturday Feb. 29, be ready with a 100% report. I. Mr. John Fryer, present, under the laynamIc -
ing and challenging message. sponsored by the Junior Ushers Visit Mt. Zion Sunday you are 14580 Harrison St. Richmond leadership of Mrs. Fannie
Last Wednesday evening, the Board always welcome.We HeightsMrs. Jernigan, the club is selling
Rev Bonte Grussing, a Pres- Dinners will be sold at the are asking all Interested', Terry Toles, 832 NW 10th candy and planning for the
byterian minister of our city, church Saturday Feb. 29. young people to come out to St., Hallandale. fashion revue. The week of
visited with the Youth Fellowship A. C. E. April 13-17 has
afternoon
Ushers Board No. two is eel League Sunday October: Mrs. Letha Gamble, been set asideas
; and led a highly informative 2520 NW Appreciation Week for Rev.
brating their anniversary, 162nd St.; Mrs. Ber-
discussion the Cousin.
on youth March 8 3 nice S. Henderson 6 Members of the club
the
at Broad
'budget and youth stewardship. p.m., guest St., have! Invited ministers for each
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speaker for the occasion Semring.
Miss will MORRIS TEMPLE night. The AME
On the same evening, be Rev. Davis of First group will be
Mildred of the Board of Church of Brownsville. Baptist CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST November: Mrs. Mary J. McCoy in charge April 17.
Christian Education of the 4950 NW 15th Ct.
'United ,Presbyterian Church, The celebrating of the church's Rev. T. Morris, pastor Dignitaries of the city, coun-
'poke with the Sunday Church anniversary will terminate 6900 NW 18th Ave. December: Mrs. Anne Smith, ty and state will be Invited to
attend
,School staff March 15. each member is work The church will begin a live 5521 NW 10th Ave., Miami. the the various programs;
Let us attend church this ing hard to make this efforta broadcast every ''Sunday night, Remember the month cap connectional personages
are
'communion Sunday. complete success. beginning March 1, over sta- tain reporting the highest expected to be present.

We are happy to have Mr. tion WAME. Service' begins at amount over $100 will be givena The entire community Is
:Herschel Peterson and family ,The public Is invited to wor- 8 p.m. with a blessed consecration paid round-trip to the General asked to Join with the CBC and
',back with us. after his tour of I ship at Mt. Tabor beginning line, a blessed prayer Conference In Cincinnati. help S. A. Cousin Florida's
duty In the Armed Services. ,with Sunday School at 9:30.: line every Sunday at noon. Our goal is set for $1,200. candidate for the bishopric.





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HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1964 PAGE 11


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BTW 'NewsCongratulations Carver High School. I Bunche ParkRecreation : NewsIn 5120 NW 2nd Ave;'
.
Rev Paul Freeman, pastor
to Nettle Bethune Cookman College Basketball lea- Sis. S. Flowers, reporter
the Adult
member of 12-2 home- News
a Choralers
Smith, under senior stu-
\ gue there Is still a threewaytie Choir No. 1 is musical
room, winner of the Betty dent director Carolyn Royal having a
Crocker Homemaker of Tomor- tivated Carver's entire cap. The fifth and sixth grade between the Spoilers, program Friday night at
row Award. Mrs. Willie H. Jami- Wednesday, with their assembly superb girls began their basketball lea- Knights and El Matodors. Results tho church. Mrs. Evelyn
son, assistant principal for administration musical renditions. The thun-- gue last Wednesday. There are D Booster of last defeated week the games C" ;Battery N.- Thorpe and the Heavenly Stars
has returned from derous applause of the audi- four teams competing In the 63 to 58. Morris Hessler of will render the song service.
National Association of Per- ence indicated that everyone league play. The Thunderbirds, the losers scored 21 points and The choir will also be selling
sonal Workers, held In Atlanta, agreed with the quote of Mr. Denise Brousard Capt; the Youman Coleman and Lorenza dinners and pies on Saturdayat
Ga., at Morris Brown College. Bannerman, our principal, "You Rams Winifred Kemp, capt; Smith both scored 20 points. the church. Please stop by
Mrs. Jamison stated that the are the Greatest. Wildcats, Annie Ruth limes, The Cpoilers won by forfeit and help us to make this salea I
meeting was Informative enjoyable During intermission, Mrs. capt; and the Hungry Tigers over the Chico Papa Sans The success.
and Instructive. beans Henrienne Banks, Dean of Wo Benlnlce Pool, captlan. The Chico Papa Sans was dropped We are praying for our sick
;
and Counselors from south- men, acquainted our boys and results of the first two gamesare I from the league and tho Royals and shut-ins
ern states were In attendance. girls with the history and offerings as follows: The Wildcats I arc taking their place.
I of Bethune-Cookman Col- defeated the Rams 32 to 10
The county-wide Girl Coun- ege. Under the able leadership of with Catherine King scoring The Teenage league results.
selor meeting was held at MI- Its founder, Mrs. Mary McLeod 10 points, and the Thuderbirds Ugly Boys defeated the Steel- Harrison, Hymon Brownlee, and
ami Northwestern Feb. 21. New Bethune, the school has grown defeated the Hungry Tigers 28 ers 49 to 40 with Jerry Thomas Phillip will meet Joseph Dames,
officers were elected. Linda )Ic- from an enrollment of five lit- to 22. Lillie Mae Hudson was scoring 11 points, and Hymon Nolan Lyles, Larry Williams,
Cray Is president and Juanlta tle girls to an all-time high of high scorer with 20 points. The Brownlee and Melvin Phillips Melvin Phillips, David Cole-
Fox Is secertary. Both are mem- 831 students. girls games are played on Mon- both scoring 13 points. The brook Harvey Coon, Nathaniel J
bers of the BTW Girl Coun- College preparatory students ,days, Wednesdays and, Fridays, second game found the Bears Bell, Benjamin Thomas, Henry g
defeated the Lakers 01 to 55. ,
selors. The next meeting will were urged to make registra- at 315.: Come out and cheer for Mitchell and Tyrone Wells.
be held at BTW in March. BTW tion plans early and reminderof your favorite team. Nathaniel Bell of the losers Teams are coached by George
Cagers defeated Blanche Ely the fact that colleges are scored 20 points and Phillip lUll, Steven Sims, Joe Flowersand
76-68. Otto Moore scored 23 selecting the upper ten per- In the boy's fifth and sixth Wilson for the winners scoring Thcdoro Renrick.
points In the game. In the cent of the class. They were grade league, the standings arc 23 points Results of Saturdays three-
"homecoming" game the bas- also, told not to Ito satisfied as follows, the Globetrotters 7 Tonight Is the big night for man basketball tournament.
keteers defeated Mays High with a grade of C, but to work wins, 2 loses, the Hawks 6 wins, some of the teen players. The The winners are N Bell, L.
73-53. diligently for a B or an A. 2 loses, the Dulls won 5 lost 3, All Star game. The players are Williams and N. Hollls. Second
A better education, the speaker the Rattlers won 3 lost 4. The Hansel Collier, James Brown, place team D. Barry, B. Hicks
Student Council membersare felt, could be attained, by Rams won 3 lost 5 and the Jimmie Harvard, Jerry Thomas, and S. Uradshaw Third placoJ.
getting ready for the state putting your hand, head and Chargers, no wins and 8 games Andrew Nesbltt,, George Harvey Orr, lIt Mitchell and A. Dor-
meeting. Thespians membersof heart to work, and to work untiringly lost. The high point scorers up Joseph Young, Ronald sett.
Drama Class under the direction I to now are Larry Wheeler 76 I..
of Mr. Leroy Washington Tne ueorge Washington Carver points, .Harold Smith .74 I points MHMBM MMMnriMMHMMKMHMMMrfBiaMM kMMMMHMhl MM M4ni M M M MBiMi B MMMMtf
are attending the Univer- High School Band and While Taylor GO points and
sity of Miami Drama Festival Chorus will be presented in Raymond Broussard with 60 I
Feb. 27, 28, 29. Patricia Kelly Concert, Friday, Feb, 28. This points. The boys games are JET TV CLINIC
was featured In a monologue"The affair has all the glamour and played every afternoon at 3:15: ,
Last Words of Joan of sensitivity of a professionalartist's p.m. ,

Arc" and, the group presented.. touch. It Is a semiformal The third and fourth grade HOME SERVICE CALLS $1.00 ,,
the "Zoo Story" starring William affair of which much cul-
Green and Reginald Burton will be boys are learning all about howto
tural appreciation pro- Day or NightWe
play Soccer and having the
jected. Thus, If you miss this
I time of their lives. Their lea-
Service All Make of
presentation will miss one
I you will blgln In the
The senior chorus visited Ida affairs gue games
of the most spectacular
M. Fisher Junior High School, ever presented during your very near future. HI-FI's and STEREOSWe

Feb. 21. They rendered five selections period of cultural development.Come Third and fourth girls are on Alto RentTV's
directed Mrs. Leila
by ,
out and witness this field games, and basketballlead
II. Williams. The Junior chorus, affair as it Is Just as marvelous such as captainball
up games
under the direction of Mrs. Ma- as It sounds.Sunlight and V.B.B. by the week or month
bel Glover, appeared on Chan-
nel 4, WTVJ, Coral G. Rangers, Another County Wide Tourna
program. Seventh grade classesare ChatterMiss ment coming up on March 14, 907 .2nd AVENUEPhone
continuing their reading at Miami Dade Junior College
project a new group has us! We are still around. All boys and girls Interested in FR 4-2044
been added to the Community We're making final prepara- Kite Flying should check with
School Speech Improvementmeets tion for our state board exam your recreation leader for an
each Monday evening. coming up In March. I Information sheet. Trophies
We had a most successful will be awarded to winners.
BTW DCTers participatedwell Clinic held at Sun-
Softstyle Childern of all ages are invit-
In the recent district Meet- light on Monday and Tuesday.A ed to participate.; Try A Miami Times Classified Ad
ing at Dunbar High of Fort variety of demonstrationswere
Myers. Johnson ____uu uu__ _
Lugusta plac- given.
ed third In impromptu speak- The following students are I
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ing and was elected to the office to be complimented for the .0. ,7p!rlS S .i.tA R q !"; s?# 'IWwI'o r e ,
of District Parliamentarian best compositions of the week.
Edward Moxie ended up They are: Freddie Washington, '1A
as the seventh best speller ina Georgia Jones, Hattie Adams, II
line-up of twenty-two top Alice Thurston Adams, Frances
spellers from competing schools. Fore, Lula Jones and Rochelle
Delegates toured the Edison Reed.
Botanical Gardens and Museum. Mrs. Daisy Stubbs who Is
BTW Thespians extended con- Infanticlpating was given a
gratulations to the North Dade shower ,by her classmates and I
High School Drama Group for was a most enJoyable'event for
the honor received. BTW Thespians / / /
were Invited and attended her.The students of Sunlight wishto
the Indiana Festival In I960. remind Mrs. Dorothy Brow,
Members of the newspapers our instructor, that we love
staff are getting ready for her and truly appreciate her
their trip to the Florida A and for her kindness and tolerance.Ella .
M Interscholastic Press Workshop Lesene, reporter

While there, Mrs. Marian 4l iN Q 'l4t
H. Shannon, advisor to the Bunche Park ?
staff, will be a discussion leader
on the 'role of' the advisor"In Bunche Park Elementary
school publications. School PTA proudly presents a
Bule and Gold Banquet for Cub
Human Relations classes are Scouts Pack 90, Feb. 28, 1964
to be congratulated for the program at 8 p.m., In the school cafetor-
presented during Brother-- lum. Each cub is to Wring his ypANgAV1NoC1ATt /
hood Week. They featured Betty parents and guest hoping that N I ,/
Freeman, who had Just returned =: this guest will become Interested Ass
from a tour with Metho enought to recruit more
M
dist youth. Betty witnessed scouts.
Congress In session and also visited Our regular PTA meeting
the United Nations. Her will be held Monday night play this beautiful FREE bumper strip
experiences showed "Brother i March 2, 1904. The theme for
hood In action." the night Is "Improving our on your car and-DRIVE SAFELY. If you are seen
Bethsheba Dean Health"; Mr. Jesse
reporter Mental
Ridgway, School Psychologistwill 'driving courteously and safely by one of our Franklin

parents be our are guest urged speaker.to attend All Federal Spotters you will be given a cash prize.

District, Tournamentat this very Important meeting.
The fourth, fifth and sixth NOTHING tO BUYI NOTHING TO WftfTIf
Attacks graders will present a short

skit centered around the theme You don't even need a savings account at Franklin Federal to qualify I
There will be a district bas- for the evening.

ketball tournament at Attucks ... _ J DRIVE SAFELY AND SAVE SAFELY!

High School, Danla, March 4, TV SICK? Friendly FRANKLIN'-where SERVICE comes ffratl
5, 6, and 7. The schools participating

In the "AA" tournamentare Call696.3581

Mays, Carver Booker T. FRANKLIN ticlpst4ed

Washington, North Dade, North All make repairedTV +

western, Attucks Dllard, and Radio FEDERAL Rat P.rYMrPftld, and
Blanche Ely High Schools. Radio Auto Compounded Quartarfy

Four of the teams will H -Fi. Stereo Trajwbtort Saving* !fniuradto
top Bring *et in avid are SAYINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI $10,000 bv.an
go to the state tournament, your ,tc.r agency of vU.9.Cavtrnmtnt\
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1001 N.W. 3rd AVENUE 371-7652 I \'"
which will be held at Blanche 2636 NW 62nd S#. _

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CARDS, MEMORIALSDEATHS MASTER TYRONE Lawn-
; CHARLES LEE WHEELER
ence Major of 1472 NW Gist
of the Hialeah Race Track died
St. of Yvonne Major died
son ,
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FeW' 22. Mr., Wheeler
PAGE 12 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 29 1964 suddenly Saturday, Feb. 22. member t' circuit
MEMORIAMIn Funeral service Wednesday, : >, the racing!
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. IN Feb. 26, at 'Ebenezer Methodist for 'a',''number'of :frears/ actingas' .

Church. Rev. Aaron Hall offici a groom 'aidMr.Wheeler
7 sad but loving of ,
memory leaves his -a
ating. He to mourn
my dear dau had been In the Miami :area. for
IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn mother who is a funeral directress -
SYBIL He is survi-
LO RINDJOHNSON at Francis Funeral less than a year.

Dedicated to the memory of, loving memory ..pf our JAMES JOHNSONwho Home. Two brothers, Milton ved by a.and sister Mrs., and George brotherinlaw Dor--
dear aunt and Grand- Mr.
Gregory Major,
passed to the great beyondFeb. sey of Chicago, Ill. Serviceswere
SADIE HICKS DOYLEY mother Mrs. Chaity Major four
,
1912 and Feb 27 1957. 7 ,
who departed: this. life three 24, aunts. held Thursday, at p.m.
i < Their charming ways and at the Range Memorial Chapel.
years ago.
q; Gone but not forgotten recall.smiling faces Their are memories a pleasure are to I BABY BOY JOHNSON of LEO BALDWIN JR., of 1240
.
Cherry and Sam ,.; still with us and we miss them 1848 NW 48th St., died Feb. 23. NW 59th' St., died Feb. 22. Mr.
more and more. I Grave side services were held Baldwin came to Miami less

"C, May they rest In peace and Tuesday Feb. 25, at Evergreen than a year ago. He is survived -

I IN MEMORIAM' light perpetual snlne upon them. Cemetery; survivors are his I by his widow, Gladys; twodaughters
Ester E. Johnson, mother parents Mr., and Mrs. Thomas ; one son his mother,
Johnson. Mrs. Mollie Baldwin; two
In loving memory of our and wife
Mrs. Pauline E. Woods brothers, Rubin and Clemh three
dear husband
and brother
MRS. DAISY MAE DIXON of
McCray
Mrs. Ella J. Smith sisters, Mrs '.Bobbie
4935 NW 26th Ave., died Feb. and Misses Doris and Catherine

ff 21 Funeral arrangements are Baldwin. Mr. Baldwin was
incomplete at this time. Survivors shipped to Americus, Ga., for
IN MEMORIAM include three sons, Ver- final rites.
dell, Freddie Louis and Warren
Hamilton, one sister, Mrs. Mil ALICE JOHNSON, of 1827
In sad but loving memory of dred Green.ALBERT. NW 68th St., died Feb. 23.
our dear husband, father, Alcine, the one and half year-
I grandfather; and brother, old daughter of Edgar and Eve-

lyn Johnson, Is survived by

MRS LUCY MAE JORDAN, her parents; two sisters' and
7600 NW 17th Place died Feb. her grandmother, Mrs. Pearly
f 19. Her survivors f include a Harris. Services will be held

Aq daughter, Mrs. Mattie Pearl Monday at 10 a.m-in the
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MRS. ETHEL FAIN + Devoe, and a son, Ellis Jordan. Range Memorial'' Chapell_
who departed this life, Feb. 24,
incomplete.
Arrangements are
1960. Four years Is Just the beginning MRS. JACQUELYN CAMP-
sT3 BELL of 1704 NW 1st Place
of a long cherished NELSON. 334 ,
memory; we shall never forget MRS. RACHEL died Feb. 20. SheIs died Feb. 23. ,Mr. Campbell, a
NW 19th St.,
native of New York had livedin
the full and profitable life of survived her husband ,
by ,
one that meant so much to us the Miami area for two
Rev. V. C. Nelson a daughter,
;
Mrs. Campbell Is survi
Will Fain, husband and years.
Ursula Harris, daughter Mrs. Rosa Lee Griffin a ved by her husband, Walter;
Ida Mae Smith of
Edna Davis, daughter sister, Mrs. a son; and dear friends, the
Myrtle Gibson, daughter y 'S e Ft. Myers, Fla,, one son, Henry Proctor family. Funeral :ser-
Wllbert Wilson, son if'' u and two brothers. Remains will vices, were held Friday, Feb.
-------------" Fla. Satur-
be sent to Wllllston, 28, at the Range Memorial
BUSTER CORKER day morning, for final rites. Chapel.
who departed this life Feb 21
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CARD
OF THANKSThe 19G3. \ DAVE CLARK, 1525 NW 1st CASEY PLEASURE of 2729

family of the late, Gone but not forgetten. ri;.'.:/. "J. Place, died Feb. 21. Serviceswere NW 48th St.. died Feb. 23. Mr.
MRS. GERTRUDE RANDOLPHwho There's an open door at the ; j conducted Tuesday, 3 p.m., Pleasure had lived in the Miami -
departed this life Friday, end of the road "i,. ''. ';(.I','" .':.f. 4 at Mt. Olivette Baptist Church, area for more than 40 years.

September 7, 1963, wishes to Through which each must go rl.i: .:',"'" Rev. I. C. Mickins pastor. His His stay was interrupted by a
express Its appreciation for alone, : ..,. '.;"U wife, Mrs Dassie Clarke; three tour of duty In the Armed

your kindness and considera- And their Is a light we cannotsee <4.i.k::: ...:.. ....!:.. daughters, Mrs. Rudy Nell Howard Forces during World War II.

tion during their period of DANIEL JAMES LAWRENCESR. Mrs. Minnie Lee Mickins Survivors include, his widow
grief and sorrow. Our Father claims His own and ,.Miss Elmarie Clark; two Annie; a son, S-Sgt. AlfredPleasure

p Mrs. Eartha Howard, sister Mrs Ruth Corker who departed this life Feb. 23, sons, George and Willie Frank; ; his father, Albert;
Mrs. Laura Johnson, sister and family I960. one sister and two brothersare two brothers Acie and Lucius;
among his survivors. one sister, Mrs. Clenell Johnson:
Mrs. Irma Allen niece The vacant:: space In our ;
two nelces. and nine grandnieces
hearts
be filled
can never May
CHARLENE MOORE, daughter and nephews. Funeral
God who share all
f IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM comfort''us. our sorrows of1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. services will be held Saturday,

Mrs. Helen Lawrence Moore, 6040 NW 20th Ave., was Feb 29, at 1 p.m. at the First
Remembrance of my wife, And dead on arrival at Jackson Baptist Church 0'/ Brownsville.
Family
SADIE DOYLEY Hospital Feb. 21. Chapel ser-
whom God took to rest, on vices were conducted at 1 p.m. ED HARRIS, of 485 SW 4th
Fe 11. 28, 1961. Wednesday. Rev. D. Williams Ave., In Homestead, died Feb.
In remembering I will IN MEMORIAMIn officiated. 25. Mr. Harris will be remem-
y' just say sleep on beloved and bered by the pioneer citizensof
take thy rest for in a little Miami, having lived In the
VERDELL ROSS 786
while you and all the saints loving memory of the late, MRS. Miami area for more than 50
shall dwell I love thee well HARRIETT GORDON NW 10th St., mother of Mrs. years. Mr. Harris served in the

but Jesus loves thee best. So who departed this life Feb. 23 Henry Mae Fluellen, died Feb. Armed Forces during World
it is only good night belovednot 1963. 24. Other survivors Include War II. He is survived by two

: .... farewell. For in a little Death Is a heartache' none can two sisters and two brothers.She brothers, Arnett and J. P.; his
will be sent to Camilla Ga.
while we shall meet again; heal, sisters, Leila and Annie Mae
,
I good, night; good' night. Memories are ,treasures,. none I Friday .night for services on Harris; and, a niece, Mrs. Ha -
Hector Doyley can steal; I Sunday tie Banks. Funeral service will

Although you've' gone'.' away and be Monday at 11 a.m.,' at the .
left us' CARD OF THANKSWe Range Memorial Chapel.

w IN MEMORIAMIn Our love for you still. lingers In
ESSIE
2929
MAE
MARTJN.-p,1
hearts.
our ,
r, sad'' but loving Hermltt Gordon husband the family of the late, NW 48th St., < : :Fe-b' at
memory' of ,
MRS. HETTIE BLACK her home. Mrs. Martin
our dear mother and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Poole a long.
mother grand- who departed this life Jan. 26 time resident of Miami, is survived -
I If and son ; wish to express heartfufthanks { by her husband Al Sims;

and gratitude to our a brother, Robert Stoker; a sis-
: many friends who 'were so ter and brother-in-law, Mr.
; n CARD. OF THANKS nice and kind' to us during the and Mrs. Robert Nance. Funeral -

;i {1' William L. Gibson takes this passing of our dear beloved f/ervices will be held Monday
mother. ;;at 1 p.m., In the Range
method to his thanks
.
RICHARD DEVEAUX, express to
PRIEST 1 l,' his friends and neighbors who Grateful and deep appreciation l\j eojgrJa.1.Chapel.

Born July 9, 1923. were so kind and considerate acknowledge the many tele *:" JOSEPH''POREEjJR, of the
b .Ordained Deacon June 11 ,i\ Rtf: during his Illness. grams, cards and floral pieces. HialeahRaeeTrack died Feb.
** 1950. 'h Special thanks to Rev. Theo- Special thanks to," friends, memo 21. Mr. Poree." a' native of New
i ,Advanced to priesthood s dore Jones, Vicar of the Churchof bers of Antioch Baptist Church Orleans, had been In Miami for-
t October 24, 1954. Incarnation for being so and thanks to Rev. O. W. Fos. less than a year. He Is sur-
Rector of St. Peter's Ameri. .kind and understanding. Also ter, pastor. Special thanks to vived by his widow, Olympia.
can. Catholic Church Miami, thanks to Rev. Lambert Sandsof the members and friends of Funeral arrangements are in-
Florida. St. Agnes Church. Thanksto Zion Hope Baptist Church, complete.
Florida. men and women of the Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor,
Died February 28, 1961. Church of Incarnation for their special thanks to Range Fun- :.
"Grant Him, 0 Lord eternal lovely flowers and comforting: eral Home and may God bless NOTICE
rest, and may light perpetual expression. her.
shine upon him." May God bless each of you
GREEN
and again thank you. Mlttle Gardner, daughter The military Interment -
William Gibson of the late Dr. Henry
Hazel Collins
daughter .
IN MEMORIAM and wife Mary Black, daughterAda Harrison Green of Miami, Fla.
B. Jenkins daughter was held Monday, Fe!). 3 In the
'\+ In loving memory of my dear Shirley Black daughter Arlington National Cemetery.
,
1, .. MRS daughter' ARABELLA and wife,ANDERSON' \,.II ,:..e l" CARD OF THANKS I Robert Black, son Attending the Hon. Judge the interment Stanley Blair were
Matthew Black
,,' who departed this life, Feb. 27, MRS. OPHELIA HYLOR 'The family of the late. Arletha Gardner, ,son and daughter, Jane; Commis-
1" 1963. Earth has lost Its look of who departed this life on Feb. .JOSEPH BRANNON MYERS'who grand daughter sioner James" Duncan of Wash
" gladness Heaven seems to us 27, 1957. May she rest in peace passed from this walk of ington, D. C.; H. Daniel Lang
more bright, since the spirit of and light perpetual shine' updn nif' Jan. 7'' 1961 wishes to an appointee of the late Prea.
my dear one, 'took her happy her ,thank the many friends for allkindnesses I CARD OF THANKS John F. Kennedy;;' Mr. George
under flight. But we long to The Family shown during our I Rucker, Mrs. Geneva Gadsen of

cross' the river, long to rest sad hour of bereavement; The family of the late Asbury Park ,and Miss Julia
upon the shore, where to see to thanks for the' many cards, let- MRS CORA SANDERSIs Fairfax of Point Pleasant.

know and love them, with the CARD OF THANKS ters,.telegrams and floral pieces. ,greatfully thanking the
Savior evermore. Slr'p on Thanks' to the' friends of Ft. honorable Rev. Brantley. Allen ,Attending were Mrs. Lloma

daughter and take your rest, We would like to take this Pierce Fla., and thanks to Rev. I Funeral Home, kind (neighborsand Green, wife; .l:1o'orted: the

'we love you, but Jesus loves opportunity to thank the many Acthlnson, ,pastor, and membersof friends, who sympathizedwith remains; Miss Juanlta B.
you West. friends that sent messages of Mt. Calvary Baptist .Church. us during the hour of, our Green, sister Goldbeck
Mrs. Nettle Smith, mother sympathy and for their kind Mr. Joseph B. Myers, son bereavement.. Please accept our ; Harry' ,
Mr. Timothy Smith, father thoughts during our time of Miss Phyllis Myers, daughterMrs. most' sincere, and heartfelt brother-in-law and many offi
'Mr. Earl Anderson, husband sorrow. Enid Reese and Mrs. thanks.. cers and soldiers. Major Wm.
Avon Smith, daughter Mrs. H. H. (Lloma) Green, Llllle Brooks aunts and family. The Family Owen, chaplain.





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MODERN VERY LARGE un- MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
furn. 1 bedroom apt. 1320 NW SPECIAL. $7,900 tots CLOSING COSTS. Enclosed -
44 St. $23 week. Call Mr. MarI I Erice. $300 down, move right front and rear porches, sep-.
vin, Greater Miami Realtly, III per month. Large lot rate garage, inside .
4-6133. See 1824 NW 59th St Call own and out, refinished hard NEW HOMES DELUXE FOR LESS FINEST
er WI 59880.4BEDROOM JYSfid floors, appliances. Price
FUBN.- ROOM, private bath I Is $!1,500, only $200 down and 1452 NW 58th Terr. 10.fi NW 40th St. 1921 NW BOth: St.
2 baths beauty 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371
and entrance. Phone 754-7262.( OPKN 3 to 5 P.M.
Fla. room, huge living room'dressing $77 per month. Life Realty, if

FURNISHED 0-ROOM hoiu room, hardwocx d I Open evenings and Sundays. 3 largo bedrooms! 2 baths!, garage, ForMa room, electric

$27 per wk. Hot and ''CI o, 1 d floors, stove, refrigerator, air I kitchen Largo lots for sale $1,500: up
conditioning. No
'ATtnqney; : make/1817, NW qualifying; no< FULLY FURNISHED 3-bed
water.FurniShed groom' hous, closing costs, move right, in. room CBS with FOR SALE LOT ON NW G3rd ST. 80 FEET
5 ct. separate garage -
$13 hot' artd' cold water, 18iNW ( er See WI at 5-9880.4425 NW 8th Ave town awnings, stove, refrigerator : FOR BALI & 5 Ct.5ROOM washing machine Price
Is $13,500, $300 down and $84 Need Money? See Baron JE 84340Lots ......
furnished ''HOME AND INCOME. V e'' r y month. Life
HOUSE. g- Realty, 4932 NW
Part 3th lovely CBS, carport, huge Fla 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open even- I .';Homes Mortgages NO Cash PaidNEW
Po elcFit4.1685, room, air cond., stove refrlg, ings and Sundays. ..
St. awnings, wall to wall carpetIng -

FURNISHED, conforbale :1 1- plus lovely cottage In NO QUALIFYING. Almost new t_< '::S a scttaes! t:1t.10t:10t:10': t 1t:2:1c.tL::: :
Large rooms, quiet.No i rear. All on large landscaped beautiful 2-ltedroom, 2 f u I 1 I HOMES \i
children, $20. 1323 NW i 58 lot. Only $450 total down, pay- baths. CBS. Each bedroom has HOMES! NEW ;",
: ment. No extra charges. See at its own entrance and its own M
Terr. 534 NW 52nd St. Call owner beautiful bathroom. Flat tile We wish to announce that we have opened'' an offico

ROOM,private home. Lad; WI 5088d.LIKE. roof, wall to wall closets to show you our many new plans for "A Home F f1
neat, clean. Low rent..,'" Nt; large modern klchen, awning, :
E 55283.NEW duplex 2bedroomeach windows' etc. Price Is only I You. ,
side, $i50:: down pay- $12,500 and monthly payments Drive by 4130 NW 12th Ave. 'For a selection. ofR:

2-BEDROOM apt., tin.- ment, $85.30 per month. 30- OPEN SUNDAY 2-<5. See 550 homes, duplexes, etc. "We also build on your lot."
furn. Reference, reasonabl year mortgage. Live rent free. 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Sun-
Call OX ,10789.3BEDROOM Other side makes payment on ilayp and evenings. Open Sunday 1-5 p.m.
Life PL 9-4371,
house. Realty,
HOUSE In Rich 4932 NW 7th Ave. Open' Sun- MOVE RIGHT IN lovely CHESTER WYNNE"IlUIIjDKll '

mond Heights. Nice location, days and evenings. 2-bedroom CBS, barrel tllo roof OF FINK' HOMES" ,

14820 Buchanan St. CE 5-249((. carporte, screened front' porch; .... .....,
OPEN SUNDAY 2-0. See 4747 awnings, stove and refrigerator tr t:1t:1t:1C c t-I .t--r. t-"rr'I>'n
ROOM in private home for a NW 5th Ave. Very large 2 or 3 $1,000 down take over FHA .;

nice man, 1473 NW 70th SOX bedroom CBS, big kitchen, walkn payments of $80 month pays
10425.2BFJDROOM. features. Vacant now Price all. Life Realty, 4932 NW 7
$13,000, $100 down. A, Ben- Ave., PL 9-4371. Open Sundays .
APT. Unf urn. Con, Realtor, phone night or'' and evenings. For Sale $17,600.

1980 NW 55 St., NE 39908.NICEh'ROOM lay PL 43131.
:s
In private home, $9; 200 TOTAL. Cute 3bedroomasbestos
quiet neighborhood. Fenced in siding home, 'excellent BUY THROUGH, FH
yard. 2129 NW 57th St. condition Fla room plus nice RATNER
awnings, pretty yard, nice All white neighborhood.) No closing costs. Beautiful
LARGE 2-BEDROOM apt.,,' area $250 down. A. Ben-Korl, REALTY CORP.
fenced yard, 351 NW 16th Terr Realtor, phone night or day, 8-room canal front. All electric, fish and swim in

Interested persons call NE 3L 4-4331. "Wo Sell To All" your own back yard. 4>bedrooms, 2 full baths, central .

4-5705. Indf -BEDROOM{ HOUSE plus WATERFRONTHOME. air and heat. Awnings on all windows. Pretty

LOVELY small iOxlOO lot. A real deal for landscapings. Many
for Beautiful
quick sale. Call for details.Petal tool house, 10x5 patio.
family, good location fenced In price for house and lot Pool, Cabana, 4.bedrooms,4bathsplus- more extras, large enough for 2 families.' City water
will to right
rent
yard; party
Call Fenster Realty.
$20 per week, also will sel 8900.; I staff quarters, flailing! and sewage. House is 2% years old, located In Ft.

$100 down $20 per week NE After nine years of business and boating dock, air Lauderdale. '

5-5566. owner wants to sell out $10,000n cond., uoodbuilng fireplace
merchandise, everything fully furnished<< ,
FURNISHED 2-bedroom duplex nust go regardless of loss 2 car garage giant Phone FR 4.1256 Miami
; adults or will take child up 'or' real cut-rate' prices comeo \\ntcrfront lot with fabulous -
to 3yearsold. Furn. 1bedroonall Park and Shop Supcrmar- view In best nec-
modern, adults phone Ml let, 2097 NW 7th Ave., corner 'tlon of Miami Bench at
1-0325. 'th Ave. and 21st St.UCHMOND t a bargain price of

$17,000 wit i It $15,000 .
FURN. 1-BEDROOM apt., In Miami
<( adults only, phone PL 8-956. HE'IGHTS. 3-bed- .
after 5 p.m.HOUSE. room, 1 bath 13810 ::;W Van
Juren St. Hardwood floors, LIKE NEW Lovely homes "
open
Call PL 8-7986, 0114 arport, other extras. For information 4 bedrooms, 3 bath,
NW 9th Ave. call 238-2257. Only waterfront pool, beat NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ

$500 down. Miami Beach location, Term Less Than Rent
Inland with 21 hour uniforms -
HELP WANTED entrance guard.<<
mOCERY MEAT. Veg. .
GUARANTEED N.Y. live-in tore, good location, good mon- GREAT BUY 5221 NW 5th Avenue
maid Jobs. $35-$55 wk. Fare maker for right party. Rea-
ey
GoldenIlench
$2,009 choice NW 69th TerraceFor
advanced. Mallory Agency onable. Come see 2101 NW 3031

Lynbrook, N.Y. M21 I 62 St. M7 ocean- lot- OCTOHS lean than from 50percent people who want the very best in new home

l of true value- construction. Sunshine Hones. present their 1964

WANTEDSALESGIRL. Apply In per- )DRIVE BY, 4815 attractive NW-6th 3-bed-Ave., fine sand bench Buy model. Beautiful 3-bedroom, 2 baths, Florida/:rooms. ,
hen call me; "
to
son at 6700 NW 15th Ave. 4 Fla. for Investment or tile roof and built-in kitch .
. oom, 2-bath home, plus build on now. Exclusive hardlwood floors, .." "
p.m.. Price $15,000 FHA terms. I ,
oom. area north of Ml- \
CHILD CARE Realtor, phone I .
A Ben-JCorl
service FOR EXCELLENT phone HI 3-4759 child or care PL light or day PL 4.3131 nail Bench.. 545 NW 48th ,Street : .

1-5250. Will pick up and Acres CBS 3-bedroom, Florida room, oak floor :' ,:, -
Ave., ll/4
NW 5th
4851
BY
deliver. DRIVE beautiful pliances. $400 down. FHA1 terms. No closiiuetc 4.II.
The most
then call me. PALM BEACH li I.Yf .
home in'', the area, 3-bed

room, 2-full baths, dining $575 ?
RICHARDSON garage 331 NW 46th Street
room, breakfast room
month
double corner lots; $10 cook on and carporte, Only $.'57:1: full price, CBS 3-bedroom, oak floors, garage appliances.
BELL
J, C. BIRD, a best costs money, but
the Atlantic Coast Line Rail- Its Its worth the It,, for some one who discount for cash Big, $350 down, FHA terms. $11,000 total p iC.. ,1
road died Feb. 17. Survivors home that's tops .A Ben V/4 acre tract In Palm ,!'V
wants a
include a wife, Bertha of Mel- night or Bench County, only 82mJVfH '
bourne, Fla. Services were held Korl PL Realtor 43431., phone from, Miami, 2 recently 1738 NW 39th Street ,:

on Monday, Feb. 24, at 11 a.m day completed hard Huge CBS 3-bedroom, 2-bath plus l-b.dro J*. 1-
in the chapel with4RevohEmory; rock roads and a canal
Jackson, asst:, p 8 'ttlrig.f Mt NW 46th St. Lovely Kitchen home has builtin with within 1 mile, plus a bath rental, $600 down. No closing costs FHA'ns.. ..J.:11:
extra cottage. construction
Inter $2,000,000
Zion Church officI .
Price .
Vacant now
,Cemetery feature. project nearby, show
-ment.OttJlEvecgreenc & ,
_.. $14,000; ..$450 down. Come see. how close lids land In. tolrOJt'tfls. 574 NW 44th Street
fu Open to offers. A. Ben-Korl, ._Hee ,this landin (
AM'1HAKINS''' of 1.740
Realtor nights or days PL Clear 3-bedroom: FILl room oak floors, tile
:NW ilat*Gt., died Feb. 21. ,Survivors )'ollr'b car. Pretty CBS ,
: native
4-3431. ground with $895 down $14,500 total price.
Mrs.
Include an aunt, tract roof and garage. .

-.':be Marl-held Roblnsoru on Saturday. Services Feb... will 29, ELY like new, larger graAfteM.left, no Only cloning 10 costs, . .
three Deed,
bedrooms,
at. 330: p.m., in the chapel with house. Four free Warranty
Rev. Jackson, ass't bathrooms, oversize enclosed title Inwurable. Higher 331 NW 46th Street .

pastor Emory at Mt. Zion Baptist garage windows, flat tile, large roof,front awning and Bench elcvtlnoi or Miami.than References Miami- CBS 3-bedroom, oak floors, garage and appliances,

Church, officiating. Intermentin side type porches, large modern Miami Beach $350 down, $11,000, total price. .
Evergreen Cemetery
built-in kitchen. We can makean Chamber of Commerce, ,.5 \
exceptional deal on this M. B. Board of Realtor !l1
RACHEL ANKCRUMS of if you're looking for an outstanding Come to our office for We have largest selections of CBS 2 and I bedroom
10340 SW 183rd St. Perrine, home. Life Realty, full Information, map
died Feb. 22. Surviving her 4932 NW 7 Ave., PL 9-4371. and color slides, or we homes in lovely Manor Park.
are three daughters, Mrs. Sundays and evenings.. can mall Information to
Roberta Richardson, Mrs. Mattie Open Money back If not
Ware, and Mrs. Pearl Pear- TAKE OVER FHA payments, yon.satisfied In 30 day*. 16 NEWS REALTY Inc.
son, a son Dolphus Livingston, 3-bathroom CBS carport, front years In Miami Beach.
a. brother, Mr. Isom Taylor, $750 down. $78 RATNERREALTY
three sisters, Mrs. Cora Taylor, mo.porch, move, stove.right, In. Life Real;' CORP.M. (The Brok.r that...... for pool

Lizzie Livingston Wilson and, and many Mrs. neices Easter, ty, 4932 NW 7 Ave.and evenings.PL 0-4371., B. Federal Bldg. BRAND NEW LOCATION .
Sunday
and nephews. Services will be Open Cor. LlncolnAVafthlngton NW 7th Ave. PL 44)655
held Saturday, Feb. 29, at 1 p. JE 8-5634 4740 -
m. at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church DAILY CHILD CARE. 2yrs. Miami Beach Florida (Opea Sunday)
with the Rev. Davis A. Brad- We pick up and deliver ;
ley the pastor officating. Inter- and up, phone OX Mrs.
J>> m. in Evergreen Cemetery. White. 1003 NW 54. St.



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MIAMI TIMES. MIAMI FLA. Elks' Oratorical spending will vie with each
I honors which
other for top ,
i ,PAGE 14 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1964LET'S SOCI SM Contest include a scholarship. Plan to
:> i iV attend this wortny effort for
BTW School is the
High place
the children of today who will be
['., ...... -- selected for the highly contested the men and women of tomor-
"Elks Oratorical Contest
' Come out and enjoy a
"on Monday March 9, at 8 p.m. row.
Participants are selected from most memorable evening, and

ij TALK POLITICSBy DIIIl Y.WIr the various High Schools In after the Contest visit the Elks

Dade County, and those re- Home 320'NW IGth Terr.
L '.1
NORMAN E. JONES Q. I'm In trouble, I guess

HISTORICAL .BACKGROUNDOF THE NEGRO IN POLITICS I received social security bene-

and have now WIGS! WIGS! WIGS!
all last
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that I made over $1200.
The Reconstruction Era Is a who Is the 'father of the Public found
do?
What am I going to.
.
unique political phenomena In School System of Florida. 100% Human, Hair

the history of Western Civilization A. ,Get In touch with your

here for a brief period I action Such were democratic no more practices palatableto In nearest social with a security record of representative your Wigs as low as $41:

,
of 10
roughly years a people the Southerners then as It total 1963 earnings. This can
freshly freed from nearly two I Is now and forces were con-. be your 1963 W-2 forms, if you
and a half centuries of slavery stantly at work to bring to an work for wages, or your Federal $79 to $125
were suddenly thrust Into Important end the political participationof tax return for 1963, if you
Include wig block and box comb 2 free sets
Be
offices and self-employed. prepared
political were
the Negro, but of course as
charged, with bringing into be- long as the Federal Troops to show which months in Beautiful imported human wigs., Beautiful wig box
ing orderly systematic demo- occupied the formed Seces- 1963 you worked for wages of wig head, 2 free wig sets with every wig purchased\ )
cratic form of government out sionist States the ex-slaves over $100 or worked"in your from'
of a chaotic, war ravaged sec would get a fair shake and own business more than 45
tion of the nation where the possibly if the Federal Forces hours. With this Information, Pay al little as $5.00 down. Wear your wig, pay the
concept of Democracy was nonexistent had remained through the you can be helped to file your other on monthly payments
years and even up to this date Annual Report. This must be

Never has a race' of people the Negro in the South might done before April 16, 1964.Q. Call FR 3-9239
continued his
have enjoying
descended from such political
depths, risen such exalted political constitutionally endowed civil I was 72 last year. I
heights and then plunged and political rights which understand I can make more ,ASK FOR MARYMary's
again Into the stygian political would have enabled him to than $1200 this year without
depths from which they had achieve a much greater mea- losing any social security. Is House of Beauty
been lifted all within such a sure of economic security. that right?

short period. But soon this Era was to A. That is correct. There is 532 N.W. 2nd AVENUE

Backed by Federal Army and abruptly end as a political pot no limitation on earnings for
civilian personnel the Negro was brewing In the presidential which- any year in which a person is
participated freely In the political elections of 1876 72 or past for the entire year.
affairs of the former Con would have far reaching con-' But, if you made more than
federate States and occupied sequences not only on the future $1200 last year you should file
many elective and appointive of the Negro In America an annual report by or before New Homes Finest For Less
offices during this period. Possibly but on the future of these April 15, 1964. .
their most Important and United States which actions 8 Large Bedroom, 2 Bath, Garage, Electric Kitchen
would place the fate of this
lasting contribution In the was Constitu-their Nation in the hands of the I Q. I was 72 last year. I have 1452 N.W. 58th Terrace Open 3 to 5 p.m.
participation heard that social security no
same forces which Just a few
tional Conventions of these 1944 N.W. 40th Street Florida room
how much I make
states to draft new Constitutions years prior, had sought to destroy longer cares ,
to 'lay the groundworkfor this Nation by armed I'll get all my monthly benefits. Large lots for sale
force. Is this right?
progressive and democraticstate
Double lots on 63rd Street $1,500 up
governments. The Union had won the Waron A. Yes, if your birthday fell

In every one of these states the battlefield but clearlythe in January. Otherwise you Cash paid for Lots and Homes
Negroes occupied seats victors In the political and should consult with your local -'
in the newly constituted many state Idealoglcal War were the Con- social security representative. Need Money? See BARON JE 8.1340
legislatures and Governor's federate States. Have with you accurate
Cabinets. Most of these states information as to your monthly
had one or more U.S. Congressmen Finer Womanhood earnings before your birthdayas
in Washington, Mississippisent well as earnings thereafter.If I
two Senators, Hiram Revels Program SundayThe the total for 1963 was over HARLEM & MAGIC
and Blanche K Bruce, members of Beta Tau $1200 an annual report must
Louisiana had a Negro to serve Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta be filed by or before April 15,
both as Lieutenant Governor Sorority began their annual 1964.
p;: and Governor. The political Finer Womanhood Week Obser- CITY CABS
!N 1 future of the Negro in America vance by worshipping together Q. My company retired me
looked rosy and, seemed, as. at Greater Bethel AME Churchon the middle of last year when I S
I' sured. last Sunday. reached retirement age. By thenI Serving Miami, Liberty City, Coconut Grove

Negroes In Florida played During the week many var- had earned about $3500. I Brownsville and Opa-locka. 24 hr. service

their part during this era, as ied activities have been enjoyed had already security filed benefits my claim buthaven't for'social Radio Dispatched 314 NW 16tr Terr.
delegates to the Constitutional Including presentations to
Convention, as members of the James E. Scott Nursery School drawn any since my Phones 371-4501 FR 35496F29
legislature of which 10 of 76 and Para Villa Convalescent earnings were well over $1200.Is .
there
anything I should do
members of the first legislature Home,
now to start checks
elected under the new state To culminate the week's ing? my com-
constitution' adopted in 1868 activities, the public is Invitedto
were 'Negroes. Most noted attend a program on Sun- A. Yes, Indeed. You should
among other Negroes In high day, March 1, at the Range file an annual report before
offices were Josiah T. Walls Chapel at 5 p.m. Mrs. Marion April 16, 1964. Not only will STAR MEAT MARKET
elected to the U. S. Congressand Shannon, National Trustee of this report serve to start your
Johnathan C. Glbtt?, dele- Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., benefits this year but it will I
gate to the constitutional con- will be the speaker. 1 last year for
vention, Secretary of State Mrs. Juanlta W. Plnckey Is any months that you neither \ 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
under Governor Reed and Baslleus of the chapter and earned wages of over $100 nor .
Superintendent of Public Instruction Mrs. Lydia R. Higgs is chair- spent more than 45 hours in

under Governor Hart, man of the week's activities. selfemployment.Q. ,.

t THE MARKET WITHE COURTEOUS SERVICE

I'm planning to move to ,
i ,; SEE THE WORLD'SGREAT another state to live near my -+-
PROPHET children. Can checks be for '
1 1j my
A True Leader, warded?
35 Years of Experience Fresh Meat-Low Prices
4' Bishop Hunter Is well known na
\ A. Yes, the Post Office De-
: : PROFr"HUNTER
partment can forward social 1
If you ore sick, worried or in security benefits checks If you
.. b :' trouble this Is the place to comet have filed a change of address
Don't stay In the rut, push back notice with them. In addition
v t.a. : '' the veil of bad luck that seems to that, you should also file a
"' to hold you In your track, and change of address with social Lincoln Fields Apartments
a g<' advance forward by the help of security. Then all your subse-
Cod under the leadership of quent checks can be delivered
2045 N.W. 62nd Street
'iA' ,.' I'k r ot. Hunter who has 35 years promptly to your new address.
>k ,, ,r of experience in spiritual and .
ir'.. ro r rM occult science. Make your home . . . . . .
":' hnppy. He will show you how. Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments
to bypass your enemies and pet the things that life demands Painting Contractor Features
Offering
\j Many
\ for you. Coin one, come all. Healing meeting every Wed
1 J Jrl nesday at the Spiritual l Temple of Zion, Inc., 5417 SW 17th WARNER HINES FREE GAS
St., West' Hollywood Fla.
7:30: p.m.
a
I rl Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove

Newly Painted Venetian Blinds
{I: !
'r,', Washing Machines Laundry Rooms

I'. Free Parking Auto hot water realer

Free Garbage Disposal Filtered water

: scLlceteed .
,CARETAKERS ON PREMISES ".

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ivy 1 anile east State Road 441 3 miles west of Hallandale on 14.50 1-bedkoom $18.50 2-bedraom Apt.
Service phone FR 9-8685
T' north side of tho road. Office hours 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday
i 1 to 3 p.m. Licensed by State and County. Readings dally. FREE ESTIMATES Renting Office open every day Ftu e OX 13862c .

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,: .f: < 4 >, :; : > Says:

..; .. You Can Be Well

,; '- '. .. Painless Office Treatment of

J :.. RUPTURE PILES

Rectal Disease, Varicose Vein, Pro
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Upon Correction of Rnptnre. Reducing
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.r Ford Real Estate Specials!
By DR. JAY GUTIERREZ

..... SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF HOMES AND
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I IN COME PROPERTIES
11111 People who do
.M11is. not clearly
JA.. understand Chiropractic phi- DOWN PAYMENTS FROM $100

L. B. Hart, reading teacher, Trudy Sawyer and losophy sometimes say, "The Trade in Your Old Home or Lot
Terry Davis. Chiropractor makes extravagant 1-1228 NW 42nd Street. For Rent. $18 week.
claims" or "He he
Northwestern Teachers ant claims" or "He says says he 2-4502 NW 23rd Ave. Large house for rent
can cure anybody". $20 week.

Nothing could be further 3-1144 NW 37th St. $250 down, $20 week.
Begin Reading PracticumEach from Chiropractor the truth. The conscientious 4-1064 NW 6ht St. 3-bedroom, $500 down,

"Claim to Cure" does not $85 month. Nice, clean house, newly painted.
Tuesday evening at able them to anylA>dy. What
630: the teachers of Northwest., performance and upgrade achievement student he says Is "You Can Be Well". 5-2125 NW 44th Street. Large house Fenced
ern Senior High School attend I In reading. Sound health is the natural yard. $20 week.

an inservice practlcum In read- Mr. Gilbert Johnson, special state of man. Nature wants 6-2959 NW: 57th St. $150 down, $20 week.
Ing. For an hour and forty-five reading teacher at Coral Gables you to be well. She will restore Real clean.
minutes they are eager, apprec- Senior High, promised you to health if you will take
iative students, receiving Instructions "class" sixteen weeks of informative the- the first essential step: correct 7--3154 NW 57th Street $150 down, $20 week
for improving the study and research to the cause of your disease.! j Real clean I
reading abilities of their students find causes for overall low This Is enters where the your Chiropractor ;I 8-3045 NW 68th Street Large 3-bedroom CBS

achievement reading In reading.teacher A of.>consummate ten- His skilled hands picture.explore I home. $600 down. Nice home. Fenced yard.

The course, an outgrowth ofa years, Mr. Johnson is a graduate knowingly the "Human Power Move right in.
school committees' study of of the University of Kentucky Line", your spinal column. I 9-1735 NW 68th St. Brand new 3-bedroom home.
school-wide problems, servesas and has done There he will find your real
further
Ready to in. See this today.
trouble, though the symptoms move
an appetizer for their Intel- study at the University of .J.
lectual appetites. It will en- f/lchlgan. may be apparent in a remote I ,
organ.
I Thousands upon thousands
of Chiropractic recoveries have bedroom CBS homes from $100 Dn., $65 Mo.
NW YWCA Center come about where every other

MODERN JAZZ CLASS FOR beyond has failed and show
TEENAGERSA Broward any reasonable doubt
class in Modern Jazz Dance that Nature wants you to be We trade and! buy homes and empty Iota
k''
well.
will be held on Saturday from
12.30: 1:30: p.m. This 8 weeks County ; (Ono of n series of articles We are open Saturday and Sunday
published in the public Interest
course will begin Saturday,
Feb 29, at the Northwest YWCA News to explain und Illustrate the Ford Inc.
practice of scientific
Center, 5100 NW 21st Ave. Any clilropJactic Realty
Interested written by Dr. Jay Gutierrez ,
boy or
teenagers .
whose" olflIs l located at
trlrl, are invited to attend. Mrs. ByWalter the corner of NW 22ml .A v... 569 N.W. 54th Street Ph. 758-8761
Evelyn Stilwell is the Instructor
Down and 36th fit* IMiatio 03Ml: 17.
Call the Center for further Lady attendant on duty. '"''.......
Information 634-2651.
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Club The will Senior sponsor High a Y-Teen record Post The 8195 South will hold Broward its regular VFW For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call

dance on Saturday, Feb. 29 meeting Sunday, March 1, 5:30:
from 7-10 p.m., at the North- p.m., at the home of Albert
west YWCA Center. Miss Daisy Womaok, 1009 NW 2nd Ave., 8
Mvrlck Is club advisor. Hallandale. All members are
\'\\'c.TEENAGE urged to be present.Get BONDED
EVERGLADES TRIP '
polio vaccine, type 6\
There are still some available your \
places for the Everglades Tripon three, Sunday from 12 (0 p.m.,
Saturday, March 14. The at Carver Ranches Elementary
group will leave the YWCA School. w !Liii RENTAL
Center at 9 a. m., and return
about 6:30: p.m. This promises Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Harris of
to be an exciting day's trip so of 213th Teorace New Liber-
sign up now. Call 634-2651 for will hold their }house-warming
further information. I Sunday, March at their new AGENCY INC.
home. Mr. Harris 1 is the man- ,

Dade Parks to Launch: Barber ager at Shop Bowe's Community Q

Kite Flying ContestIf Central Baptist Church, West The largest collection and rental
Hollywood, Rev. E. J. Clark,
someone tells you to go pastor and Rev. I. W. Hepburn,
'fly a kite-take them seriouly assistant pastor was host to agency in the South; operating in
if'Vil6' the 33rd annual session of Atlantic -
holding rall-sages kitekflyinare Coast Baptist Associationlast xi k +
contest Saturday, March 14, at I week. The meeting was t} ; Dade a nf d Broward Counties9Negro
Mlaml-Dade Junior College. very inspiring.
The colorful contest with 7 Housing areas
divisions Is being sponsored HON. I.. L. BROOKS

jointly tion Division by the and Park's the Recrea-Junior Hampton,, Choir Here President

COlJege. It will 1* held on the March 25Fdrtyfive GEORGE P. AIITII, General Manager
Junior L
Ave lot. NW College 113th! Stadium Street and parking 27th the international blended acclaimed voices of MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

,. Hampton Institute Choir will 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
be awarded
winners these in concert here March
lest flYing ln.kite best events homemade: Smal, 25.appear Bonded also has employment service at main office

most unsually designed strongest -. Sponsored by the Miami 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA

and PUller, message sending Alumni Chapter of' Hampton full time public relation Dept. to assist you in solving ye/tor> peoMeaePlus )
distance flying. Full details Institute, the choir will be presented
convsnlenceOa
tenants
service for
door
can be gained by writing in an evening recitalat a fleet of cars giving door to
Bruce Johnson, Metro Dade the Booker T. WashingtonHigh nights and Sundays for emergency service call PL 9-8733
County parks and Recreation School auditorium. Included MAIN OFFICE
Department, 50 sw 32nd Road in their varied reper-
3715 ml 33120. Florida, or phone toire of songs will be the outstanding 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-8733

works of R. NathanielDett Vandalism'done by a few is expensive to all. Pleas help us stop t&Jsj
Noah H. Ryder, special
arrangements by Charles Flax unnecessary evil C. A. Lv, Public .laU...
Dude' Guest House and other renowned personalities -
who have conducted and C. A. Lockhart, Director

To* BOOM .f _.._1 rooms trained the Hampton choir 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVES YOU

Pa 24 ,hours HE 4-SSS1 through the years. I 1108 N.W. 3rd Ave. ......_. PR 1-8418. 17325: Homestead AT*.

Seeing I. elleY1a. Mr. Carl A. Williams, presi- 1971 N.W. 6tad BL __ OX S-M47 PsrrineSMI ...-.---..-.._ 011 Slip
See dent of the Miami Chapter, indicates 1-181' 101t4S4t Ham1 Ofl4VUI* k&Poapaso
us for clean rooms that the choir is makingthe OraaJ Ave.RI
.
._ .. 1111 is ii
first tour of the deep eolith __... ITUi Ave. NP L54I1 Az
Jamaica. 0..... always a for many years. Donations .are .n. t If." -.

friend being asked by the Chapter 2026 N.W. Tfth tit. __. .. ITII Opa-locka ___ MU S-SfiT
2941 N.W. 47th St., Miami for this presentation. While in 2060 N. ,V. 3rd Ct. ..,.... FR 1-5995
the city, the choir will lie
mss housed at the Hampton lfoUlle-



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MT. CARMEL BAPTISTRev. PAGE 16 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1964
l ,
D. A.. Bradley,' ,,pastor.... '. THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
second annual the nationally famous "Boyer Christine Cohen reporter'Let --.-- .
vance of Alumni Day obser-I:: Brothers") and Robert Williams ,
held at Bethune-Cookman Col '03 who will serve as accompanist us 'bring some 'one to
lege Sunday, March 8 In the church with us this Sunday. FOR SALE OR TRADE
beautiful Gertrude Hotchkiss
Time is drawing near and this
Heyn Memoarial Chapel at 4p.m. The address for the main .
time last year many souls had -+- 0/1.
This should
year's
program public program will be deliv- gone to the other side of the
provide memorable experience -
'a ered by Mrs Dana Dorsey SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
''for' all who attend The Chapman 55 who 'presently river. ;; \

Alumni Office has scheduled serves as the secretary of the Pastor Aid Club anniversarywill New custom-built 3-bedroom home
y some of. the best alumni talent Roosevelt Savings and Loan be the second Sunday, In 4c' 'I if ..
available' for overtime the occasion In andIs Association of Miami, of which this month, wont you come and Tile Roof Terrazzo Floors Central Heat
working preparation she Is also a member of the Join them in this their great
to for attend.:the large group expected board of directors. Mrs. Chap effort. All tile Bath Vanity Factory Kitchens
man, who is also the national
In keeping with the school grand secretary of Iota Phi with All the members are this asked to go 'Built-in Oven Tile Sills Garage
pastor Monday
Lambda is well knownas
motto: "Enter to Learn, Departto Soroity
night to Mt. Calvary
} Serve," the theme for this a dynamic and provocative Church. Baptist Awning Windows City Water -
observance Is, "To Serve an speaker.The .

Emancipat Solety." program will be broad- SEE' *'
Music for the occasion will cast locally over Radio Station '
be, furnished by the well WELE and all persons plan- Something to Sell? 2901 NW 50th St., Miami
known and talented Mrs. Ves- ning to attend are urged to be
1 sle Lowrey Coles, '53, Mr. in the chapel no later than OR CALL MR. MURRAY UN 6-1331
t s James Boyer '50. (formerly with 3:45: p.m. Try a 'Times' Ad!
BUILDER
r I.:, .

ACB Association "


I Session SuccessfulThe Brings Out BEST BUYS IN TOWN

Atlantic Coast Baptist Low Down Payment HomesCBS
Association held Its 33rd annual Full Rich
session Feb. 20-(23( at Central 3-bedroom, no closing coat Ttotal $11,500, $350
: Baptist Church West Holly- down, $71 month. Jalousied porch, hardwood floors.
wood, Rev. E. J. Clark, pastor, HAIRBEAUTY' Hurry, this wont' last.
and Rev. I. W. Hepburn, ass't

\ pastor. r ,Large CBS bedroom,-2 -bath-, Jalousied porch, hardU ,:
The welcome program was -
t presented Wednesday evening wood floors, appliances, 2-car garage. Only $11,000

!t with MC.* Mrs.' Evelyn Johnson as : Y total. .lt $350 down. Owner. 0 pays closing costa.e 1\


Presiding over the parent No / this '4rbedroom
body were Moderators L. A.. Duplex beauty. quq/Kfying; on
Thompson I. C. Mickins and H. and 3-bedroom apartments, $1,000. down;, $16,000.
Wt, Brown. President I. G. total. Good income.
Pratt-Wilder had charge of the
Women's .Convention.. o
i
This was one of the most Inspiring p N Lovely duplex. Two 1-bedroom apts. One apt. completely ,
and successful sessionsIn furnishedl Screened porch, $8,500 total, $80
the history of the association '
month. No qualifying.
The ,spirit was high
throughout' 'especially When -
the women took over on Fri-
day. CBS 2-bedroom, Fla. room, tile roof, utility room,

Challenging* garage, extras $12,000 total, $400 down. Owner

delivered by Rev.messages J. A. Butler were, .clears away A, pays closing costs on 'this lovely house.
; Mrs. Irene Brown New BethelI.
"r 1 C. Miokins, Dr. H. W. Brown, dandruff worries MANY OTHER GOOD BUYSIT
Dr. Doris Johnson and J. H PAYS TO' DEAL WITH
Johnson. The choirs
of Central -
I Mt. Olivette, Temple, Mt. SHELL REALTY
Zion West Palm Beach, and "
the Temple. Male Chorus and
youth choir: furnished music. 4260 NW 7th Ave. 758.5551

Alternates were Rev. H. W. LIBERTY HOMES! . . . . . .
?r. Moss Rev. Thomas Rolle, Rev . . > .. . > +
..! Ernest W lIams Rev. N. Sears.
Supt. Deacon. Chas.. E. Gipsonwas :; w. T
In charge of the Sunday 284 NW 46th St. Fully furnished '2-bedroom
School and President K. Trottie .
the Training Union. separate garage, enclosed' EDISON SPECIALS
Despite Inclement weather porch. No qualifying, no

Saturday morning, the Red closing costs, only ;$75 per
Circle and Sunshine Band memo month. Total $9,500., 442 NW 46th Street
bers
turned out in large numbers -
\, With Miss Leanora Camp Open Sunday 2-6 pan.
bell as MC, they, presented an 500 NW.46th St.Fully furnished comer, 2-
interesting program. bedroom+ enclosed garage, 3-bedroom CBS. Corner, fenced rear yard. Extra
President Wilder Introduced large work'.hop.. FHA terms. ,
Mrs. Miriam Hepburn who presented big jalousied porch, $400 k .

} the speaker, Mrs. Corrine down $77 month. -.- ,
Watts, director of Youth \ '7? .
Work for the National Baptist 438 NW 46th Street
Beautiful, immaculate ij r'
Convention. She inspired and 311 NW 46th St.Most :
challenged the young people. 2-bedroom. Only $300. dn., Open Sunday 2-6 p.m. jy
-
Among other prominent visitors $77.72,,month If1.q'f Separate:
I, :. were, Dr. J. A. F. Flnlay 'J"-'et 2-bedroom CBS. 2 Fla. rooms 18x20. workshops
: son, president of Florida Bap- and laundry. FHA terms.
:', tist State Convention; Dr. Susie -* 1083 NW 47th St. One block to. Manor Park,
; C. Holley, president of the
schools fenced --r
1 corner, -
: State Women's Convention;
f. Mra.11L' Johnson. ,president '. 't. .." ,.: awnings, 2 bedrooms, Big 566 NW 47th TerraceVery
'; :I ,, ,! the::women's. department of.the :. "... .. .: ... CBS, barbecue (cost $500) -
Seaboard Association, Rev. J, ; ( :: 15x22 utility. room. With .large.3- droOlJ1"CBS "hometFla.Hoojn; FHA
'
: .J H.\;.t. Wright, :Rev.. Randolph '.;;., :,: .. i.t-'. good! down take 1 th ti ,
? term DrIve a % ..
payment, > rfjt
: Thompson, Roy., .:,. R, Smith, ., ,. '" ... .. by.. .. .... .. : ., .... .... : .
:. .
.. .. ,
Dr R. W. Puryear; Rev. T. 'Rat : .... -.,..,.. .,. ,r. over Mortlae.Pa.m. nt .... :" ,... '
YO. ;
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b. ;;
cliff and Rev. J. E. Jenkins. .. :4.t $85' month: .. ... ...-. .;. ." --. ::- -
:The officers Sand members of ,;I telx! '2'5 S&o; :
Central are to be highly commended ''.'JIIJ.4'VCS' NW'-4.n ; :- .I:. _.... ,'
I for the royal entertain- ..1... xI "
ment they gave the delegation; 3894 NW,3rcJ(+ ,.Av. Corner CBS 2-bedroom, 2 Custom built CBS home, extra large Fla. room, king

especially the"ass't ,pastor' ,' the .. ,' (1,. bath, fully furnished, anunusually size faith, garage, drive by, then call us.
copks and waitresses. fine home. Easy
,All the denominational objectives terms. Act fast!11! .- -
were considered and '
,+ Ffarlda Memorial College received I" ;)1'" Wide selection of lovely CBS duplexes, 1 & 2 bed
.!
the largest contribution tt:r...'..fat.\ rooms. FHA and ,Conventional term i J
'
;' ever,given by,this body. .. .. .
t
'Johnson of Miami was pres- Nice neighborhoods
ent on Sunday to make pictures. Drive by and see these' home* :'" then come into our .
4 The 1965 session will be held :
office
few
just
a blocks have 100 homes
away we
at''St. James, Miami, Rev. 'J. L.
Johnson. for immediate sale. Save time We can help you. $295 down, no qualifying, no closing COI i. Move
f' ,,r, ., ., -- -- -- :>
right in. $79 month pays all
11 ASTER; STYLIST! LIBERTY REALTY

Hear; Jimmy Crawford .at the EDISON REALTORS
Satellite This talented pianistwives

his'harmonic; patterns (Member Miami Board of Realtors)

? > ft.)create SATELLITE Outstanding a style] totally LOUNGE. Unique 4500 NW 2nd Ave. .* PL 1-7594 175 N.W. 62nd St. 751-2441.

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6222 NW 7th Ave.
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