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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 7, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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slat YEAR, Noy 25 MIAMI, FLORI 1,;::SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1964 SI EN G .-= 0 CENTS I I

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Bryant Urged To Halt St. 10,000 Voters Needed }i ,

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Augustine Police StateAt On Registration BooksThe ,: I


a, meeting Monday, at tee said, "The city of Fort Community-wide Registration March 21. Hours are 0 amito ,
Fort Myers, the Florida Advi Myers and Lee County are living Drive Is In high gear 5 p.m. On Tuesdays and ;
sory Committee to the U. S. by tradition in race relations l with 40 organtzations participating -, Thursdays the ''books will :;re-.
Commission of Civil Rights without regard for chan 3j Some of. the main open until 0 p.m. ..
called on Gov. Farris Bryant ges that are taking place and j; Sr tlons! are: organlZlI-l OPA-LOCKA ,- MJt Zion
to, Improve the racial situationIn without regard for the demands sociations, churches, labor AMR Church, 10 2nd- Terr and
St.. Augustine. Conditions In qf Negro citizens for equal op Unions, civics classes, govern- 22nd Ave.
Fort Myers and Lee County portunlty and trea'tmen' .'' ment classes, sororities, fraternities Liberty Square Community
were also criticized. social organizations, Center 0301 NW llth Ave.Nea'lls .
,The committee urged Bryant political organizations, Boy Super Market, 4000
to.(encourage respect for Negro Scouts, Girl Scouts, and edu- NW 27th Ave. .
rights and police action to cational organizations. James E. Scott Community
punish wrongdooers at St. I'ralse should be given to Center, 0301 NW llth Ave.
Augustine County Manager Irving McNayr. Hutcheson Realty, [0178. NW
Noting the quaddcenten Metro Commissioners and 17th Ave.Central.
nlal celebration scheduled for Claude Drown, supervisor of Life Insurance Co.,
St. Augustine this year, the registration for bringing the 178 NW llth St. .
committee said, "It Is Inconceivable Mrs. Frances books closer to the people In Mays HlRh ,School, Gould
we should put before the the various communities thru- R. R. Moton School, Perrlne
world such an example." Tucker DiesMrs. out the county. Richmond Heights Drugs,.
Theft' committee said one life Help make yimr community 14038 Lincoln Blvd.
wlr: 'lost and several Negro Frances S. Tucker, f.3, strong by making your St. Paul Baptist Church, 4th
homes bombed In St. Augustineand retired principal of George W. voices heard through your St. and 4th Ave., Homestead
added that It feels that Carver High School, died Wed vote by registering today. Dew Drop Inn, 3727 Grand
state law has not been used to t, nesday.She Books are now located In Awe. -
the fullest to protect the Negro had been principal at the following places and will Wood's Grocery, 3011 NW
community.The Carver for 31 years and retir- remain there until Saturday; 02nd St.
committee advised the v -a---- ed In 1000. She lived at 200 J 'Ftors... :
U. S. Commission on Civil Grant Drive, Coconut Grove.,, -j.---- --- I
Rights to hold a hearing In St. Mrs. Tucker moved to Miami .
Augustine. 34 years ago from Springfield ( Calif. Trio 'Nabbed' Here
Reporting on racial conditions Mass to become the principalat
In, the area, the commit- bade County Training 'I
School which later became Car-

ver High. In '
The Frances S. Tucker Ele- $20.000 ,!Robbery
I imentary School, built, lnt' h e

Grove her _In* "1061* was named* .<*for*- A 'woman and two men who said about .$1500. was ro- .. ..
said drove California '. ,' .*. **""*',*".
\ She> was past president' of they from qovcred. + u ? : ::; 'I;
Ithe Dade County Teachers Association to Miami Ho bet on ,Cassjus Clay, : Los Angeles police, phoned! ,
life member of Delta- -and won $1,200 fell Into the Thursday, night., that the *inia>*.
Sigma Theta social sorority Ii hands of the law here, Friday, pocts werein, /Miami. ,McClure
; and .with 6f the Miami '
member of the Coconut Grove were charged a P.ollce robbery
Miss North South :Slum Clearance Committee and !i i I $20,000 armored" car holdup In quad 'said The West Coast
Los Angeles. Officers also .
Sa' member and trustee of I gaVe a description
Beautiful Ullle Collins, cord Church of the Open Door. Sgt. W. P. McClure quotedone of the car.
at Miami' NorUuvestern High' of the suspects, Arthur 'A .32 caliber pistol, bellved
School, wan selected UfllS ,i Surviving are her husband, wilson, 25, as saying, 'The take taken from the guard in the
North-South" during the recent Henry D.: two daughters, Miss was not $20,000. It was $21,000." holdup was found In Wilson's
lllli. annual' North" .South t I Ellen and Mrs. Doris Lundy; I Frank W. Potter, 27, and Mae room Potter said ho was a public
Golf Tournament here.; two grandchildren and a Edith POlk 10, did not talk, relations man. lie was link
Holding Coca-Cola donated I brother, William Stewart. I McClure said{ cd to the robbery by his fingerprints -
trophy, the lovely young lady Services 'will be at 10 a.m. The three Negroes were pick.. police said.
in seen at noolnldo following' Saturday In Church of the Open ed up by police at the Sir John The trio told police they
contest' .and water show* at, the Door. Family requests dona- Hotel, 270 NW 0 St., after their drove to Miami to attend and
Hampton,HOUHO. Motel! and VII tions to the church memorial Lincoln Continental was spot- bet on the. Clay-Liston fight .''I
law Photo. by Adams. fund. I ted parked outside. Invcstlga- and hud won alAut) $1,200. '
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Washington ,D. C., educator

,and champion! of, the ,academic .
ights' >f Negroes for m o\r e .1I1-.
: ta" tr" ..half ,century, "'died In I ...
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'\ age of .105.< A .j"" : #" .{' '.. 1 I .
_, Mrs Cooper was 'one of the .
first Negro ''women college !State Studeat it,

. graduates when she received a .
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4j ..bachelor'degreei.- from Ober- ;Claim Victory : l "..
lln College to HWLM-aiar ate I .
t received an honorary Vjoaster'a & !
ANN POGIS, Miv-Negotia i J
. degree, from Oberlln ana, a doc ,
-tions and demonstrations' by h
torate from' Sorbonne tn:. Paris. i
t She was the daughter oft (militant college students here w 'r s yr ,
George Washington and Hannah Wednesday, night won from '
'Maryland authorities a pledge t w, .yr
Haywood.' In 1877 she marred f X PRU'/
the Rev. A. C. Cooper, an ,that state troopers would not t t n
. Episcopalian minister, ant use police dogs against civil -,3aX
, uncle of Canon Charles F. rights marchers "unless there ,<' w .'
Cooper of Miami in Raleigh, :Is a riot. (":
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her husband
"Important victory" and Negro
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she went Northto
two later
years
spokesmen said it would be
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amend college. "more important for the Stateof
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" ..... wen rash: graduation n a u'd Maryland than for us."

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H r..a Dunbar Gov. J.. Mlllard Taw s also ,
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that the administration
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was the only hisih would "exert all the powers ofIt.s
for egmef in the .,Dtetrlet. offlce'Mto ,get, through the 1
She taught ,Latin for many Legislature next week a statewide LiA ;
years and became principal in public :accommodationslaw. S
1001 a position she held until couple of newly crowned I .lus' Clay had 'a ringside seat Lonl.vlUef KyH Joe/lxmja, wfco
1908. champion got tocother to celebrate at the aho'w where his; if i r I won the Nortb-So fe ; _'. I '
In the wake of Booker T. In return Killen .
Negro demonstra- at Clyde Knight friend, congtreM Dee; Dee .
Washington's argument with tions on the troubled Eastern Beat Club lout week dating Sharpe headUaed the show.Jointing amateur championsHip, and a
the government that Negroes Shore will He deferred the Students Mlaml'0 blfgeftt port*,. week in in from left are Moa group of ;well: widhera wo'
..." ,1t 'uJd'be sl for college said, "to give the legislators history.Heavyweight. Kebclrtx ;lot C Cola, Fred gathered around trt say
C =' ,ptfge, 4 a chance to 'worJc.", champ, GBS- Caldwell, Clay's Mend from; grata



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2 SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1964 Elks Dance a 1200 Jobs AvailableIn

THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. SuccessThe

Elks of Greater -
Daughter
Miami Temple No. 769 20th NowThe

anniversary mendous succeed.dance was a tre- Dade County

8t. za* ;6i Dt. Sara Smalley, the competent -
chairman and her com- local offices of the Florida -
mittee worked untiringly to State Employment Serviceare : TWINS EASTER
make it so. searching for unemployed
Dt. Mincy Robinson was people to fill over 1,200 jobs SET
FESTIVAL
crowned queen of Greater Mi- that are available in Dade
ami Temple, Dt. Willie Harris, County right now said Harry
second place and Dt. Delores L. Tyson, Miami MetropolitanArea Fashion show, egg hunt and
-- White burst lace. Manager for the FSES. parade will highlight Miami's
MRS. AGNES wife of the Merchant Vessel Divisionof than 10th annual Twins' Easter
We wish to all mem- FSES
BALLI said that the
Bishop W. F. in South Washington, D.C. has been bers of Greater Miami Templefor Tyson Industrial 203 service, Festival. March 20-29.
Miami Hospital. Friends and transferred to the District office their support. Also all has 364 The Easter Twin Fashion:
members of the African Methodist of the Miami Coast Guard. Bills Daughters and friendsfor and 650 white collar type filled Jobs Show kicks off festivities at
that have to be
Episcopal Church are Miami graciously welcomes helping to make this open 6:30: p.m. March 20 at Bayfront
a
wishing her a speedy recovery both of you gentlemen. pleasant evening for us. immediately i Bandshell, while an Easter Egg
Tyson cited some example of Hunt for twins and their families
OUR DEEPEST Sympathy SATURDAY begins "Opera the : is at 1 March 21 at
Meet With Jobs open lark
'to the family of Mrs. Peter tion Home Safety" Drive." Kappas Morningslde 250 NE 55th
(Marie) House, who died on "Fatal accidents in the home Bro. Harris In the Industrial field we Terr.
Monday evening of this week. claim approximately 112 lives need 21 factory trainees, 11 Hundreds of sets of twins
Mrs. House was a member of in Dade County annually," says The: last regular meeting of truck drivers 14 service sta- and triplets will be on hand
.. the Miami Alumni of tion attendants 28 auto mechanics
the faculty at Carver Elemen. Mrs. Sydney L. Weintrautf, Chapter for the Twins' Easter Parade
tary School. vice president of the sponsoringDade Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternitywas a n' d helpers, 30 sewing which begins at Dade County
County Citizens Safety I held at the home of Bro. machine operators, 8 machin- Court House at 2 p.m. Easter
Mlrs.] CARRIE McKINNEY of Council and chairman of its and Mrs. Walden Harris. Mrs. ists, 8 tool and die makers and Sunday March 29.
Haley, Ga., has returned after women's division. Harris was a wonderful hos- many more in almost every Industrial Co-sponsoring the festivalare

spending a fortnight as house- tess.We occupation.In the Dade County Mothersof
guest of the L. L. Kearses. Mrs. BE SURE and make an inspection welcome our Bro. and
Twins Clubs Inc. and the
hotel and restaurant establishments ,
Dr. W. A. Patterson into the
Kearse is the niece of Mrs. of your home for
I of Miami.
there is need for City
a
!brotherhood.
hazards. All Dade citi I
McKInney.FOR safety
24 cooks 24 waitresses, 19 is limit for
zens are asked to make this Sincere thanks to the many There no age
TilE WEEKEND, Mr. check. Remember, tomorrow is friends who helped in our financIal chambermaids, 17 counter hundredother girls twin, triplet or multiple birth
11 and
porters over a Mrs. Daniel
to
drive. sets according
and Mrs. Kearse had their the day.
as of Jobs in service
types Mulligan, parade chairman. Re-
The
Southern
Elder Province
houseguest Reynolds, of work.
gistrations will be made at the
Elder Reynolds is editor of the :Mr. and MIR. ROBERT NEL Kappa Alpha Psi has committed the
west side of Court House
Message Magazine, the official SON of 1354 NW 70th St., haveas itself to the, building of a In the white collar type Jobs between 1 and 1:30: Easter
organ of the Seventh Day Ad- their house guests, Mrs. fraternity house on the Flori the need for personnel is getting Sunday. p.m.
ventist Church. During Elder Pearl Thornton of New York da A and M University campus. acute. Right today we
Reynolds' stay In our city he City, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd L. Each chapter has been asked to I could place 60 secretaries, 45 ,...... . . . . .
conducted a workshop at Beth Bowe of Washington, friends of contribute. at least $100 to the stenographers, 100 clark typists.
any Academy for the Sabbath I Mrs. Thornton. Also Mrs., Her- building program. The Miami 15 tellers, 11 full charge book Painting Contractor
School teachers. man P. Morrow of Orange, N.J. chapter is working toward keepers, 7 key punch operators
and Mrs. Milton Purvis of East that goal. 92 sales clerks both male andfemale WARNER HINES
FLORIDA'S BRANCH of the Orange, N.J. All Kappas in the area are 21 stock clerks 35 sales
National Parents-Teachers As Mr. Rowe won second place asked to make a nice donation. men and 8 collectors. We are
sociation met in conference at trophy In the senior flight of We will be happy to receive also looking for professional
Gainesville Feb. 26 ad 28. Dade the NorthSouth Golf Tourna gifts from our many friends people such as accountants,
and Broward Counties were ment held in Miami last week and friends who would like to draftsmen engineers, caseworkers
well represented by 37 dele- at the Miami Springs Country see a fraternity house on the
all of
gates. Club. university campus. You may types managers,
give or send your donations to and programmers.

Mrs. CIIERRYE M. BOYER Mrs. JEAN DENT LANE of Bro. Frank Jones, 14780 Fillmore Tyson added that salaries for
Mon an award at the Parent Washington, D. C. is visiting St., Miami, Fla; Dr. Sam-
Teacher conference for her her mother, Mrs. Clotilda Dentof uel Johnson, Economy Drug these Jobs range from $1.15 an
outstanding work as chairmanof 1075 NW 55th Terr and en- Store; Bro. Robert Wright, 4401 hour to nine and ten thousad Q C4 ,; Y
the Musical Arts Division. Joying some of Florida's sunshine NW 14th Ave. dollars a year.Interested .
The next meeting will be held
GET WELL WISHES: Elliott March 14 at the home of Bro. people who are Licensed and Insured
Scavella, who has been in Mrs CHARLOTTR' JORDAN Samuel Johnson, 5228 NW 24th looking for a good Job should By' City and County
Christian Hospital but is now who has been confined in the Place at 8 pm. contact the Florida State Em- Service
convalescing at home.CONGRATULATIONS.. Christian Hospital is convalescing All are asked to be presentto ployment Service immediatelyby : phone FR 9.8685
at her home, 1430 NW help with the urgent business FREE ESTIMATES

...., to relatives 65th St., to and the friends.delight of her at hand. calling 3772111. ......... . . . . 1
Bernard Welters for receivingan
excellent 'rating In the Arch
bishop Curley Science Fair. FRIENDS of Oscar Johnson,
regret to learn that he sustained
'Mrs. MAYME WILLIAMS foot injuries while at work, FORECAST: Clear. oCrispoooDJrY
was hostess to the Links on but hope for his early recovery -

last Saturday evening. Along .
with full Continued on page 5 .
a agenda, Sister Links Qct?
enjoyed fellowship, fun and >9 rf 68 82ti
food. er71, VQWmlupr hlhNPointB

Open House at 0 / \\t c,Hr'aaJy 56
AMONG CELEBRITIES in uy Blee,let.o.J ___. 63 = =
our midst to enjoy fun in' the Youth HallThe ? ., ,..., .__ r semtsa. Monperlr
sun are Sidney Portier, the ,,
talented actor, "His-De-Ho" Dade County Council IHJlfhII Mnn X1,76 J 059
Cab Calloway, show veteran Youth invites you to attend its C ,
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and the ever popular Ella Fitz- Open House festivities Sunday, f .ti Bollont
gerald. March 8 from 4 to 6 pm. Highlights & \)'' 67fr
1 )csgs Detroit
1I of the affair will be the N 77
I: first public viewing of the im- so enrko ,.Vii" ?
MRS. DOUGLAS, mother of proved school facilities which p83 I Na'lak
Madge Portier, arithmetic sup=: : have created a favorable cli-
ervisor in the Dade I
County and the
mate for learning program
Schools and Arthesa Hubert, featuring some of the 75 .;...
owner of Theresa Flower Shop area's leading talent.
celebrated her 90th birthday Come and fellowship withus ". ?!Uttll Rall a..,.,.,,, He11Nr1Q74
last Saturday. A son, whose i 1 FIEISCHMANN'$
name we are sorry we didn'tget $ < rort woruNPANN'S / ,., ,.st i ./

came over from Tampa. ISCN I CherN/lon
How wonderful to be 00'years' Federated Club ...
old. Late, but sincere best A 1j
wishes to Mrs. Douglas. Mrs. Uc tomu.OUTL0 .
With
Year
Ends
Douglas is the grandmother of 0 j DIS7 LLND i : ,. "
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Mrs. Hazel Alfred, curriculum D f nc r y v0D t
assistant at Orchard Villa Ele- BreakfastThe \ I
mentary School. ,, rulr r j Mund 4
Sunshine Community : uaur
Federated Club ended the year :: ; saw ( rDO r 1. T'N.MM
FAMOUS BIRTHDAYS for with its annual Christmas Break r./h/1 tp' WIUe1NN.DwIN. ?
the first week of March include fast at the beautiful home of

Chryste B. Wllkerson Mrs. Georgia Rollins and her 44( (.'
and Lewis Byrd on the 2nd; sister, Mrs. Ann Allen. Friends
Earl Mizell and Mark Ford began coming at 7:30: a.m. and
Williams on the 3rd; Clara were dropping in until 12
Wilcox on March 4th; Barbara noon.
Bo'Ney' Feb. ?; For the 5th,
6th and 7th of March there are Everyone agreeing this
Emma: Roberts, Brenda Harris breakfast was the best ever
and Hasel Albert. and they would be waiting for
the one next year.

Mr. JUId Mrs. EARL MIZELL asking all friendsto
We are our
Midi eons, Arnold Erroll and come to our 11th annual Pre- Cleareeecrisp.edry. .
lph spent the weekend In
St. Patrick Day Oriental Tea
)'ton. Beach with Mr. and at the home of Mrs. Estelle that's the taste you get with
Mr s. George EWgram. The high Williams, 1170 NW 66th St.,
pot of the weekend was the Sunday, March 15. The tea will
Sparta Car Stock Races. feature a travelogue by Mrs. FLEISCH MANN'S GIN and VODKA

Williams who spent eight years
IGNATIUS FULLWOOD, abroad teaching in the United everyday!
supervisor of Chapman Beauty States Army School. Mrs. Wil-
Supplies, who has worked previously liams will have many InterestIng
in Albany, Ga. Is now located things that will be on dis-
here in Miami. play for you to see that she <:!!
brought back with her. Please FUlSCHHAha 8IN-M PROOF.fUlSCHMAmi! voDKA"" -eoROOF.iOTH DISTlUa" FROM UIOOUK" OMM-IHt FUMCHimM POT1U1M.CDIU..M.T e. iiiJPAGE
Mr. ROBERT THOMPSON of, plan to attend. /



Hospital Segregation Barred Where Federal Funds ,1,1I :Iti"I




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The Circuit Court ruled that : :
Decision! Should End
TIMES
THE MIAMI -
the hospital would have to admit Founders Week at
Bias in SouthThe Negro doctors to staff positions SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1964 ;: I

and provide unsegregated FAMU March 6-8

Supreme Court Tuesday facilities for Negro patients.The .
let stand a decision barring Three speakers have been "RACIAL DANGER
racial segregation in hospitals Circuit Court found that named for the observance of
built with help of federal funds. under the Hill-Burton program, Founders': Week at Florida A

The far-reaching action could both state and federal governments and M University chairman March Alumni 6-8 MIAMI"Below I
Involved sufficient- G. W. Conoly, APPEAR IN
put an end to segregation In were Association, announced here.
Iv to bring the hospitals within
hospitals across the South. the framework of the Constitu Darnell-Cookman Dr. Arthur Madry Junior, principal HUh, is a recent editorial ity to i I

The decision revolves around tion's guarantees against dis- School, Jacksonville will be the by WTVJ's Ralph Ilenlck I
the lOOt Hill-Burton Act, which crimination.In guest speaker for the Founders'Assembly Thought you might be inter- Negro Ii
supports hospital construction in Lee Hall Auditorium ested.-Eu. ting
their appeal, the hospi-
programs with federal funds. tals told the Supreme Court Friday March 0, at 10 a.m. exhibited
In 1062, 11 Negro doctors, i that the' lower court decision The Founders' Luncheon Nine months named ago the Metro portunity dations
Commission 18
speaker will be Devurn Glenn. personsto
dentists and patients In Greens would have far-reaching con Its newly created Commu- rants.
He Is of R. Frank
boro, N.C., filed a suit againsttwo sequences. They said that In Nlms Junior principal High School Talla nity Relations Board. The Mr. f II
hospitals Wesley Long North Carolina alone there are hassee. The luncheon will be Board was to work in the field potential :
Community and Moses H Cone. 132 voluntary non-profit hospi held In the University Com- of maintaining good human re He
: tals which have received federal lations between all human butions
mons at 12:30: p.m. Saturday. segments
They asked for
an antlsegre- funds under the Hill-Burton Scheduled to speak during of the county-all races, gees,
gallon order along with a rejection Act, along with 571 similar Institutions the Founders' Vespers Is Dr. creeds and colors. continues
of the "separate butequal" in 13 states. LaSalle D. Leffall, ass't the
facilities provision that of prolessor of The Board has made a good ills
was written into the Hill-Bur The states named In the hos- Medicine Howard surgery, College University start at defining the problems
ton Act. pital appeal were Alabama, Florida Washington D. C. This and In meeting certain emerg- Mr. ''I
Georgia, Kentucky, Lou- will be held during program the ency situations.But to the '\
Board
A Federal District Court isiana, Maryland Mississippi,
regular vesper hour Sunday in fearless 'I
Judge dismissed the but interested In Ir
case South Carolina, Tennesee,' Vir Lee Hall Auditorium. we were
was overruled by the Fourth glnla, West Virginia, Oklahomaand the farewell remarks to the might
Other activities during the are I
Circuit Court. Missouri. $ Board by Its interim Execu- I
week include an annual alumni tive Director Seymour Samet not an
meeting at 11 a.m. Saturday, who on Feb. 15 returned to his The i If
the annual pilgrimage to the full time post as Florida Director ahead, ii
graves of founders buritd hereat of the American Jewish easier "
1:30: p.m., the same day anda Committee. Mr. Samet outlined and I:
reception In the Student Un- some of his concerns: at large.
ion Building Sunday after ves-
pers. He said that: "Miami long Twins '
Guest soloist during the vesper noted for Its superficial attend
program will be Miss ance to the major problems of
Marva Wyche, a teacher of our times has muddled throughon
music at Lincoln High School economic planning, urban
Gainesville and a graduateof growth and social welfare."
+ R rE S S i "t Florida A and M.Dugie' He pointed up some danger The
signs of possible upcoming sured

: .: Guest HouseThe trouble.Plans are being consideredfor to players end,

sit-in demonstrations at training I i
house of unusual rooms one of Dade's major Industries. Tuesday
Block-busting realtors al- in
Open 24 hours NE 4-3851 ready at work$ selling' are homesto

Seeing is BelievingSee Negroes In previously all- Issued
white neighborhoods. Homebuilders '
us for clean rooms and civic associationsare March 4 k
planning$ resistance tactics. 1
Jamaica Dugie, always a
Only a small precentage of Twins
friend this community's Negro chil- towner
/ r rWw 2941 N.W. 47th St., Miami dren attend Integrated schools- White l'r
this may lead to greater'' pres- the
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Director -- --- -- --- - --- --
Members of the NW YWCA Holland, Program -- ----------
Center's Y Jewels Club Membership Mrs. Leila Williams, president,
Committee making Mrs. Edith Washington, Mrs. For The Finest Apartments at Moderate
plans for their project secur- Azurea Roberts standing: Mrs.
ing new members for the orga-. Beatrice Cox. Not pictured is
nizatlon. Mrs. Willie F. Wlllams, com-
L. to r., seated: Mrs. Carolyn mittee chairman.
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ALABAMA WOMAN


I RUNS FOR CONGRESSJASPER RENTAL


Ala. A Selma the midnight deadline for can
Negro woman qualified Satur- I AGENCY
didates to enter the primary.
day as a candidate for Con- I ,
gress In the 4th District in the II
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May 5 Democratic primary.She .
Register Today! IIII The largest collection
is Mrs. Amelia P. Boyn- I
ton, who has Veen active in Books( are now in your

voter registration campaigns to 11II A agency in the South;
behalf of members of her race neighborhood! precinct
in Selma and Dallas County. 11
11 Dade and
Mrs. Boynton, an insurance
agent, qualified with State SINGH 1048
Democratic Chairman Roy May HON. L. L. BROOKS Negro Housing areas.
shall's office 11 hours ahead of For Quality Building
I President

PL 13604LOT j I GEORGE P. 1IARTH General Manager

9-Year Old 11 11 MANAGING AND MAINTAINING ,

11 10,000 HOUSING UNITS I

Hero Of FireA 11II Bonded also has employment service at

11II 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA
nine-year-old girl dashed .
into a blazing apartment and IIII fall time public relation. Dept. to assist yon In solving ..
rescued a baby from her crib, Plus a fleet of cam firing door to door service for tenant

Miami firemen reported. OWNERS! IIII Oa nighta and Sunday for emergency service call PL

'Residents of the duplex at t We plan, guide and advise MAIN OFFICE

1365 NW 54th St7 had fled to Yow plans or oura IIII 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
the street when the baby, Debbie
Deaaley daughter of Mr. Custom Built Home IIII Vandalism don. by a few ia expensive to all Pleue help na

and crying Mrs.inside.Jordan Deasley began' Attractive AddHion unnecessary evil C. A. L., Public Relation

family QtaKtr Alteration. C. A. Lockhart, Director
lives \ 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

duplex, ran Into the Deasley Caad bank financing 1103 N.W. 3rd Avc. ..._....... PR S-4416* 17125 Homestead Are.

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4 SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1964 I Mayor Robert King High is going all out In. MB. civil Rights Bill 6?

campaign for governor of Florida. There nro fix Demo :
J
;, crats, three Republicans in this race. Disruption ''- Kiftg
will be opposed by I
Congressman Claude Pepper '
integration; leader the lieu.
Fas-
Woody Thompson of North Miami and Rep Dante tn) Martlh Luther KIttg Jr.,

;: W ,' ... I If Congress falls to
m' ;7"! cell has an opponent. says pass
.. '. .. ......,. Senator Spessard Holland's opponent is Brailey Od- the civil rights bill "America
'. ," ::. of Is In for a dark night of social l
office
-- .. ": .--:::'.-_-::-":': --::: --::_- :- ham who made two unsuccessful tries for the disruption on a larger

governor t scale than we have ever seen."
-'u.; E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher i The Atlanta mister made

;' GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Marion County will have a Negro opposing Rep. the Montgomery comment following a meet-in

Member of the National Newspapers Publishers Association William O'Neill in 'the May primaries. He is Jesse L. Mc- Ing td map plans] for a new-
Calry, a 26-year-old honor law student at the FAM\ University assault 'on racial barriers in

SUBSCRIPTION RATES He is assistant secretary to Secretary of State Alabama. r
an
YEAR
SIX MONTHS FOREIGN
ONE $5.00 $3.00 $8.00

Entered. as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post Office Tom,This Adams.county has only one representative: Bishop Ba er. 7, '"
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 ,. .1 '
Leaves With Fond
Main Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 10121Dwratown .
Office: ,1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR 3-=:J( rot ,'
-f : Memories ;
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" T .
.
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the Before an appreciative congregation .
when it accords to of Greater Bethel
Hrorld from racial and national antagonism
color his human andlegal"rights. AME Church the Right Rev.
every man regardless or race, creed or
Baber delivered
W.
George a
Hating no man, fearing no man-the Negro Pressstrives !
the
from f theme
stirring sermon
( to help every man in the firm belief that all men are **
"Help Is on The Way. Follow
.
hurt as long as anyone' is held back.POLITICAL int the sermon, Blsnop Babe-

expressed his friendship for
the pastor Rev Cousin and In-
heated that he would welcomehim
President Lyndon Johnson sprang a surprise on as one of the bishops of
Wednesday evening when he announced the appointmentof the church.

10 women to top government positions.In Here for a respite before be.
ginning his last district meetIng -
making the announcement the President said he before the AME General

was serving notice that this administration is not runninga ..MW Conference In May Bishop
made at Women's Baber, who heads the First
stag party. The announcement was a
District, was accompanied by
National Press Club dinner. his lovely wife Elvira; and,

The appointment. includes an ambassadorship, a ,. "" ; Rev. and Mrs. Walter C. Davis.
1 Rev. Davis preached for Rev.J. .
member of the Interstate Commerce Commission, a .
..;-. ; :; n Blacknell of St. James
special consultant to the Secretary of Labor on youth em- I AME Church while In the city.
Committee Edu ,; Rev Davis Is leader of the Gen
ployment, a member of the Advisory on eral Conference
cation and Cultural Affairs of the State Department, a ::1 the First District delegationfrom

member of the Advisory Committee to the United States ,1 While In 'Miami. Bishop and

Information Agency, a director of the 'Office of Publi- Mrs. Baber were the guests of
Rev. and Mrs. S. A. Cousin
,
cation of the Small Business Administration, a specialist who planned a full week of ac-

on research grants program of the Department of Health, tjvitles for them. In additionto

Education and Welfare) a special assistant to the U..,. S. H fishing expeditions on the

chief of protocol and a coordinator to the Senior Citizens Florida a special Keys entertainment and Loxahatchee was

Month in the Department of Health, Education. and Wel- extended to Bishop Baber and
'
fare. party of ten at the Miami International -

Speaking of the late Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, Presi- room. Airport dining

dent Johnson said, by her works she became "the Best Rev. and Mrs. T. M. Wrightof
'
Lad v 1 nf"' .. the Land." St. -PauL'-- Coconut Grove

< "Poverty was ;her concern. Peace, was her hope. BTW Drama GroupTo I on the ntngllng grounds. ty planned and short a seafood tour of dinner the area par

People were her passion.." / Performers and' technicians for Bishop Batter and his par-
to
The President said he expects women to be in the Open on Thespians tour : are the following ty. He was joined by Bishop

front line in the war on poverty. West Coast and Mrs. W. F. Ball, who returned -
Patricia Kelly, John Burroughs to the city in time to
President Johnson's action
should be commended.
extend
their
felicitations.
Reginald
The renowned and nationally Burton DIane -
Women occupy a most important role in our country. It acclaimed Thespian Troupe of Reeves, Delores Hayes, After a successful day of
is only right that they should have important positions. Booker T. Washington H ig h Gwendolyn Fisher, Nathaniel I fishing conducted by Presiding
in our government. School will be off for Florida's Hay, William Green, Beverly I Elder J B. Blake the ladies
West Coast on March 12. The Brown, Arthur Bean, Ed- combined their talents, Feb.
dramatic group, directed by mond McCollouRh, Corlne f Shivers I 27 to give a farewell fish fry at
BOLITA I The Commission Terrance Hill Hall I the palatial home of Bishop
City with a unanimousvote Leroy Washington, will pre- Billy : and Mrs. Ball.
has asked the Grand Jury to investigate charges sent one-act plays, "Man In Berdle Jackson, Linda Mc- I
The Stalls," "Balcony Scene Cray, Bessie Holmes Joy Wil I Bishop Baber and members
made anonymously that City Manager Melvin Reese, and "Sandbox" at Dradentonand liams, and Jesse Usher.. of uhloo party deParted Friday
Police Chief Walter Headley and top officers were di- Sarasota on March 13 and 28 with fond memories of
Accompanying the group are the Magic City and the Sun-
viding $2,000 a week in bolita protection money. While 14.In Mrs. Hosemarie Anderson, shine State.

this action was. taken, the commission unanimously gave :addition: the group will Miss Joyce Davis, (Interne) In AME churchmen of the com-
Manager Reese a vote of confidence. give a command performance drama from Florida A and M munIty extended courtesies
of "Slave With Two Faces" at ,
University), and
Leroy Wash
The :matter''' first ftfxt felicitations throughout
was brought up by Mayor Robert Bradenton. ington. ': I IH '
: the-bishop's stay in
the
King High! who :said : After fulfilling demands of '1 ._ f city

"Generally I can't put much faith in these letters, engagements and performance PainlowrOftlrO. Treatment ftf.
the group will see some of the
but I feeli\:the ,commission, the manager and the public west coast's attractions. The .

want a full investigation since' the news media have printed group anticipates ''crossIng the I RUPTURE PILES

reports.of' the letters ,and, the' charges. Tampa Bay on the scenic Sky- .
Both officials way Bridge. Also the group Rectal 111Praies, VnHcnsr VHns*. Pre
deny the charges. Manager Reese tnt> No lost .
will tour the grounds of the -- tlm p--Dlscftnl Tram
said, "giving credence" to ,an anonymous charge that he Rlngllng Museum In Sarasota. Upon (orrr, ('Lion of Rupture. RtdaeinR 0

and police officials took bolita payoffs "smacked of Of special Interest to the croup TR. UWfVH' rWNIP Blood-Urine Teat -
McChartyism." will be the Asolo Theatre, a
I 16th century Italian theatre, IMS S.W. Int St.-PR 3-2718 A general bralth errto

STUDY SOME BIBLEA ---- ,
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release from Washington tells that a surprise test Anna Cooper Dies

on some Biblical questions to five classes of college Continued rrom page I Lincoln Fields

bound 11th and 12th grade students in a public school. Apartments
showed the training as well as for manual]
following results: labor, Mrs. Cooper persuaded
Some thought Sodom and Gomorrah were lovers. Harvard, Yale and Brown universities 2045 N.W. 62nd Street

That the Gospels were written by Matthew, Mark, to consider herschool's -
Luther and John. graduates for scholar-

That Eve was created from an apple. ships.In Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments
1925 the
same year, Mrs.
Eighty or 90 per cent of the students could not com- Cooper completed work for a Offering Many Features
plete such familiar doctorate at the Sorbonne. She
quotations as "Many are called, but FREE CASTile
few are (chosen.") published In French "Le Peer-
Inage de "
Charlemange. Bathroom
"A soft answer turneth away, (wrath).' In 1929 Mrs. Cooper became Newly Painted Refrigerator Gas Stove

"They shall beat their sword in (plough shares.) president of Frelinghu Venetian Blinds

"Pride goeth before a (fall)" University, founded by Jesse Washing Machines Laundry Rooms
Lawson In 1906 for
"The love of money is the root of all '(evil.) who wanted to study Negroes while Free Parking Auto hot water realer

This took place in Newton, Mass. An English teach.. holding ,a regular Job. Free Garbage, Disposal Filtered water

er decided to do something,about it He arranged for two When the university became '
Bible not large enough to need a permanent CARETAKERS ON PREMISES, ,
of his classes to study the as a religious bookor .
site, Mrs. Cooper donated
even as literature, but as a source book for the hu the use of her home ,at 201 T .
manities. St., NW. The school remainedIn -

Unfortunately the Bible is not taught in public Its the closdng Cooper three residence years ago.until Weekly Rates

schools, however this teacher, Thayer; S. Warsaw, con When she celebrated her $14.50 l.bedroom
vinced !hid;pupils of. the need for a study of the'Bible. 100th birthday In August, 1958 $18.50 2-bedroom Apt.

Bible reading at home can be quite helpful to students she was friends honored and at alumni"a receptionby and Renting Office; open every day Phone OX' 1-8862

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Miami Has Only(Integrated Junior Baptist World MIAMI TIMES. MIAMI. FLA.

SATURDAY, MARCH, 1964 PAGE 6k'

College Faculty In SouthThree Alliance to Meet -- ,. .

Negro teachers at the however, the trio hadn't paint Here "',.<' ,)'. ..: ..",\
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racially integrated. Miami-Dade I / ', '
ed a too rosy picture. DU .1 H JACKSO:,* TO ;.1'
Junior College, only one In the I' ..., ,, \ .
South, said Tuesday, they He said, sometimes when he SPHAK TO -10,000 IIAPTISTSIIX .I ". t '
feel completely accepted by greets a white student on the ,' \! F
their white () \ ( WUYL P 11.r 11.
and
colleagues students campus, he noticed an "avoid r 1 L
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ance. ( The beautiful Orange Bowl tYa

M-DJC President Peter Ma- "But this is rare," he added which has been host to many
siko said Integration has beena "I think, by and large, resent- great football games will be Mtr h
"pleasant and profitable" experience ments have been mild, so insignificant the scene of a gigantic Baptist
at the college. The that
you can ignore
Negroes Leon Robinson, Ro- them." Rally Sunday. May 30. Forty
bert Thomas and Howard Car- I thousand Baptists from the
ter, agreed. Robinson, a student affairs Greater Miami area and from i:
adviser! feels accepted professionally '
all over South Florida are ex-
Thomas, teacher of humani- and personally by Iy
ties and assistant band direc- otner faculty members. They 1 petted io attend. The rally is
tor, said he has "encounteredno Lunch together on and off the to draw attention to the 11th
problems." "I enjoy my work; campus, he said. : Uaptist World Congress of the
I feel I'm making a contribution )i
to the school and my morale Five Negroes are on the faulty I Baptist World Alliance to beheld /'
is high," he said. I oi .iuo at the college. All In Miami Beach June 25-
jf them taught at the North- 30, 1905.I I
Carter, a communicationsteacher wejicrn: Center before the fall
said he is consulted jf Ut52 when the center was I Outstanding world Baptist t'
frequently by other teachers dosed: and the student body in.egrated. -; personalities will appear on tho ti I
and by students. He hoped, program Dr. Joao F. Soren of !
lititiil und the president of the
Baptist World Alliance will Judges for the North-South
Chatter Matter tunes on the latest means of si'ealc. Also speaking will beDr. Hoauty Contest included these ner, Betty Anderson was run-
cancer detection Sunday, March J. H. Jackson of Chicago six lovely ladles and four hand. nerup and Patricia Webb was
.3. 5 at Carver 5770 the president of the NationalBaptist
t p.m. YWCA third. Other candidates were:
FRIENDSHIP. The ladles
Charity and some gentlemen. ,
r NW 15th Ave Convention of USA,
Civic Club held its I Jannette Wright, Juanlta L.
February Inc. Dr. Joseph Nordenhaug, whom either, probably could
meeting at the home of Mrs. Boy Drowns in Canal I the executive secretary of the have won the event easily, were Nairn, Barbara Miller, Sandra
M. Asbury. The group enjoyed Johnson, Carolyn Tylee Edith
Baptist World Alliance will Jean Couch, Mary MfcCoy, ,
a delicious repast. Mrs. Johnny Dcrick Smith, five-I also appear on the Jones and Shirley Jackson,
Verdell Cox is president and year-old, drowned Monday program. Myrtle Hudglna, Cathy Young,
Miss Frankie Dunn, reporter. when ho fell into a canal while Special features will include Audrey Smaltz. Jessie Gulp r
chasing a land crab. I a parade of flags representing and song stylist Dorothy Done-
the nations Something to Sell?
in
represented the Kan. Mala Judges included
The fell Into
CHARLES youngster Wag-
C. NORTH,
man- Alliance and' tho march of Choirs. .
Charles 1I Boone Newman
same ager of name a travel, celebrated bureau another by the Jth ner Ct.Creek, after at walking NW 11th along St., and the| One choirs hundred aie robed to church Kpps: Relic N. Smith and Jesse Try a 'Times' Ad!
expected make
a Gulp I
yank with his older brother
,
birthday Sunday, March 1. biped
chorus
of
the
3,000 voices. Lillie Anderson was wIn. r
Among other celebrations was Michael. When he sank, Michael I ::;
a dinner at the home of his and a man who was passing
aunt and cousin, Mrs. Hen .lagged down Officer Robert
Lemons in his squad car.
rietta Sweeting and Miss An-
na Grace Sweeting. On Mon- Lemons went Into tho muddy .
day a luncheon in honor of the water to search for the boy. 11 WE LOVE EVERYBODY
Later an off-duty Miami\ fire-
same occasion
was given by
man, Lt. Don Campbell, used v 1
!
Mr. and Mrs. Teddy Harrell, his own diving equipment to
she's the former Miss Leotha look for the body which was
Sands, at the residence of Mrs. found a half hour after the t '
Elizabeth Chapman. child fell : :
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TilE LICENSED PRACTICAL Register Today! r'r

Nursing organization will Books are now in your
present Dr. J. Ernest Ayers
neighborhood!
precincts
will lecture '
who and show plc-

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I Lee Elder and Joe Louis Take NorthSouthMyrtle IJ




Hudgins Wins THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. j
Ex-Boxer Nabbed ter, 37.Slade. '

Women's Crown SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1964 PAGE 7 i and the woman were
With Million $ in charged with possession with

Championships were nothingnew ,'.'\.,. ':' .' "" ,,' intent to sell narcitlcs A pos-
to the winners of the : .\ : session charge was placed
three top divisions In the 11th NarcoticsNEW against Carter.

annual North-South Golf Tour "M"J. :' .: .,
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nament, at Miami Springs. .", YORK: Police seized
a million dollars in narcotics
Capturing the titles Feb. 24- : Saturday, which they said for I
28 were Lee Elder, pro, and Joe ': mer ranking heavyweight box.
Louis, amateur, both of Los er Jimmy Slade sold from an :
Angeles; and Myrtle Patterson apartment In Harlem. : jONIGHT I [

Hudgins, women's, of River- Slade, known as a spoiler who
dale, N Y. upset many name boxers in .'
the 1050s, was arrested at his
Elder is current National home with two other persons
Negro champion and success- 11 Exciting Races
fully defended his NorthSouthcrown Narcotics Bureau detectivessaid
while Louis gained his Slade operated a virtual
first North-South victory but y $ variety store In narcotics, selling .
the Brown Bomber was best marijuana, cocaine and
known as holding' the world's F heroin to his customers.
heavyweight boxing championship + "
for the longest period in ; k p Detectives seized Slade, 37,
history.Mrs. and the others in a building in
Harlem where Slade occupieda
Hudgins was the victorIn second floor apartment. DOG TRACK
the 1954, '55 and '58 renew
als of this 72-hole event while Slade, who won the New '
I '
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York state heavyweight title -
being second the last three ,
waT
a'hap r years ago, kept the narcoticsin
years. Q a ground floor apartment, (.I?A UPS I AN'
Elder, who was In third : police said. I
place, three shots off the pace, < ADMISSIONSO l I I
going into the final 18 holes When a purchase was to be
carded a 37-32-69, (one under made, according to police, the *
par) giving him a 282 total and: customer would bo locked inBlade's
the title (and top money of apartment while Slade .
..
.'. went downstairs to his cache M.n.r. >
four strokes Cliff :
$800)) by over
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: : riit
: : and returned.
Brown of Nashville, who collected SOUTH END

$500.Peter Some narcotics, police said\ COLLINS AVE.
Brown, of Los Angeles jdf I .' \1r..,;.'.\ also were kept In a third floor
.
', -
two-time winner, who led by t" apartment occupied by Irene NOW! Closed Circuit
: r ,,,. .1 McShell, 39. Also arrested in
four strokes after 36 holes and .
by two entering the final day, The winners of the men's left is Joe Louis, who won the the building was Howaid Car T.1..1Mt-
skied to a 78 and wound up :hampionship divisions of the amateur division with a 301
fourth with 288. 11th annual North-South Golf total and Leo Elder, victor
tournament at Miami Springs the with 282 -
among pros
The 25-year old winner, sonS I course, which ended Feb. 28congratulate Mlamf.Metro News Bureau
in-law of Ted Rhodes LIB CITYDRIVE
many-I
time National Negro champion, I _each_other.. .:-.At photo.. .__. _. _._'I
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and ninth !in this event this -' .,....
time, gained revenge over Cliff dy, Detroit, fourth, 363; Allen nament In history," declared
Brown. The previous week, Bibbs, Detroit, fifth, 2G9 and Dr. I. P. Davis, executive director IN THEATRE
Cliff had won the Central Florida Dr. Robert Allen, New York "More than 300 playedan
tourney by five strokes City, sixth, 291. ( Increase of 25)) and with 22nd Ave and Palm Drive-in Theatres
their families swelled the total
with Elder second
Mary Minor of Cleveland won to 2,000 who came to Miami. COMPLETELY INTEGRATEDOX
Louis led from start to finish the ladies first flight with a 1-7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.
with rounds of 73-78-76-77 for a 201 total while Selma Barbourof Swim and fashion shows, a
304 aggregate, four Tjetter' than Chicago, 'with 188 and Rose golf clinic, treasure hunt, picnic
Chicago's Lou Henry followedby Harper of Washingto, 177, were and trophy ball were the other
Miami's Robert Seldon at the other flight winners. events that were held for the America AcclaimsDr.
312. "This was our greatest tour. contestants and others visitors

Mrs. Hudgins' closest competitor


at able ington 384.was rounds, The 30 Frances strokes winner of 02-92-83-87-354.Mays off had of the admir-Wash pace Radio Tells USSR About Strange love !II


Opal Shields of Philadelphia

took Behind third Pete at 394.Brown, who I Two Cassius Clays I UFE "Awlldlyeomlcldghtmare"NEWSWEEK

picked up $350, came Houston's "An eloquentGUmonytothe
Willie Brown and Los Angeles' n addition to reporting Cas- make the point that In the' I possibilities of Intelligent comment
Charles Sdfford at 289 and slus Clay's victory over Sonny United States the descendant ofa In fllml Side-splfltingly f funny!I"
$287.50 apiece; Cliff Harrington Liston to boxing fans In the
Ft. Campbell, Ky., 290 and Soviet Union, Radio Liberty Is slave can rise to the cham- I The flret Important American
CBS I
$250; Chico Martiuz (cq) of Mi telling them that the new pionship ranks.Coinciding movie of 1384."The .-
ami Beach, 293 and and $150; heavyweight champion got his
Ray Botts, Encitno, Calif., 295 name from a former United with Clay's vic mod t original American ccrr.rJ
tory this week is tne announce ;
and Rhodes 296 I TIME
$110; and $100. ; States Ambassador to Russia.
Willie Greer, Nashville, and ment of Radio Liberty's new I Inyotnr
Bob Shave, Cleveland, 298 and The freedom network's audience weeekly program, "M 1 r a
$62.50 apiece and James Wal- In the USSR Is being informed Sporta' (World of Sport), Initi I II
I.NEW YORKER "The beet American movie In yevsr"Film
ker, New York City, $40. that Tuesday night'svictor ated as an extension of the successful I
at Miami Beach Is the sports "specials" so far
Flight winners included, great-great-grandson of a beamed to the USSR. Sports-
among the men, LaJoie Copper, slave who took the family nameof casts of outstanding events I PLAYBOY I wlzeirylOnehstmsyrank
Hampton, Va., seniors, 248; Mel his diplomat owner. The have been considered high with
Crooms, New York City, first slaveholder was Cassius Mar- lights In Radio Liberty's pro-
flight, 316; Nathaniel Jeff, Miami cellus Clay, a Kentuckian who gramming for some time. Radio [ ESQUIRE "The nmovIe Mrfout.
second flight, 335; Scott served as head of the U. S. Mis Liberty's broadcasts of the re I A, In i long timet"I

Field, Chicago, 244; James Bod-- sion to Russia. The broadcasts suIts of the Innsbruck Olympic
Games Radio Moscow,
scooped
giving the Soviet audience its I SEVENTEEN "Abrtlllantbizarreutlrer! I I
first news of medal awards to A
I Globetrotters To Play HereThe Soviet athletes. As a result, the "A cUttfc In mdvto-maUng.We will ;1
network plans extensive cover I NBC I "
age of the up-coming Tokyo ,hear about for pars to cone. )

Harlem Globetrotters, But Saperstein, who origin summer Olympics.
basketball comics supreme, ated the Globetrotters 37 years I McCAUS I "i'ilyoannofflesrodutl"
open a three-game performance ago has more in store than the Radio Liberty, the most
tonight at Miami Beach Convention antics of Meadowlark, Tex powerful free world broadcaster
Hall when they engage Harrison and the rest of his the Soviet Union broad I
to ''
the Atlantic City Sea talented players. casts in Russian and 16 other I SHOW I ;: ; "frIIh
Gulls as 830.:
Cab Calloway, famous "Hi-
Soviet languages from trans-
for their court
As well known
Di Ho" singer and one-legged
ant 1 c s as they are for dancing star Peg-Leg Bates will mitters in West Germany, ,.
the Spain and Formosa.
their basketball skills, head a halftime entertainment
traveling Trotters will be pacedby bill which also includes a -- -....,
selfappointed funnyman and champion taMe tennis match Peter Sellers George C. Scett -
leader quarterback in an un- equilibrists, trampolinists andbicyclists. FOR RENT \
unsual football formation Stanley Kubrick's :
baseballroutine
cleanup hitter in a New 3-bedroom hotiM
dancer and Juddler in SJnce bus travel and one- NORTH MIAMI BEACH Shan eloye '
a show, business bit and a stop games of the late 1920's !!.
skilled athlete whenever he the Globetrotters have playedin D.po k Required '_ 'is ilew I Tae/Werrfcj Lein T S BIMKlMIMIwyIIA ... .
hooks for the basket from 30 almost 8,000 contests, com- .......... $1M Plein rwuuY. .1r1 M' .hw -.n............sa... ij
feet opponent or drives for past a layup.Under a bewildered piling remarkable winning per- MICKINS' RENTAL ........... Tory SouaIn.I:1fJ';=.......r.r..w..StIIIIJ 1CIDtct............w

( Meadowlark guidance centage of .081- best in the AGENCY PLUS '

last season, his eighth history of sports. They have "
A New Kind of Love"STARRING
with ownercoach Abe Seper- Journeyed to 82 different coun- NE 4-0500

stein the Trotters raced tries before packed houses. of bull PAUL NEWMAN
without aloss.
,through 265 games _
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up to 75,000. J .J7





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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. I The Gardenia ClubThe Gore one' Board of Elks OratoricalAnd

PAGE 8 SATURDAY, MARCH 7. 1964 Gardenia met at the homeof Oldest Negro, Bank Musical Contestat

Mrs. Catherine H. Knooage, NASHVILLE, Tenn. Dr. BTW School
2009 Northwest 70 St. After
the devotional service was George W. Gore Jr.. presidentof All deputies exalted rulers,
Of Clubs Closes over, the president stated the I Florida A and M University, daughter 'rulers loyal daugh
King house was now open for was re-elected to the board of tern chief antlers and mem-
bUSI-1 I
ness. Among the new directors of Nashville's Citizens of the IBPOEW and their
bers
64 Forum Series Spring, was a tea, which will Savings Bank and Trust Cob- friends will converge at Booker -
be given on Palm Sunday, at the recent diamond T. Washington High Schoolon
March 22, at Dixie Park, 340 tany of the historic financial March 9 at 8 p.m. for their
Florence and the Car .
Moseley NW 13 St. annual oratorical and Musical

ver High Chorus and also We are glad to see Mrs. High points In the history of Contest. The participants front-
Arthur L.;; Evans and the Edythe Portier (the daughter America s oldest Negro bank, the various high schools are
Northwestern Chorus on the of the president' ,) home again founded as a "one-cent savings ready and competitive Interest
third forim.Club after spending several monthsIn bank in 1901, were detailed runs high. Music and Literary
the hospital. during the GOth anniversary Lovers will be treated to an
president, Daniel Fran annual stockholders' meetingAn evening of Fine Arts: Plan now
'i cis, was''high In his praise of i After the meeting, several I appeal was made for a I to attend and help some deserve
4 each club member as he introduced guests arrived, to make our so- shower of deposits" to raise thebank's ing student In his endeavor to
thorn deposits listing to $4 reach higher heights.
and their wives to cial hour an enjoyable one. million In 19G4. I Your State PreSident W. 0.
the audience, and the Forum The next meeting will be '''held In addition to })r. Gore these Perry expects you to be there
chairman for a job well done other officers and directorswere
at the home of Mrs. Jannle Rolly Johnson contest
and offered the appreciation of elected for 1064: M. G. chairman
the entire club membership to Johnson, and entertained by Ferguson, president; W. C. Sheffield
each and everyone who parti- Mrs. Ruby Hanna. first vice president and
cipated and to the public for executive chairman; S. H. Simpson dent; Miss H. L. Jordan, cashier;
:he support given in attendance Edna G. Smith, president second vice president; W. Russell Merriweather, ass't

Helen K. Ward, reporter D. Laws, third vice president; cashier; Mrs. Benton Hare, ass't
C.V.. Flint, fourth-vice presi- cashier.
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FOR SALE EDISON SPECIALS


442 NW 46th Street
(2) Model Homes in Estate Area

DANIEL FRANCIS 1. Magnificent spacious 2 story, 3-bedroom, Open Sunday 2-45 p.m.3bedroom .

21/2 baths, wall-to-wall carpeting, oversized -
KG PresidentThe
rooms, utility room and carporte CBS. Corner, fenced rear yard Extra
Editor of the Miami $19,300 large work shop. FHA terms. :
News gave a wonderful addresson
last Sunday at St. J o h n --r--
Baptist Church to close the
1904 Forum Series of the King 2. Breathtaking Ranch Home, 4 bedrooms, 438 NW 46th Street'
of" Clubs, Inc., on a very high
note. Mr. William "Bill" Baggs, 2 baths, family room, screened! patio, car- Open Sunday 2-6 p.m. '
who also writes columnfor porte, utility rbom, sliding glass doors and
his paper, advise the interested wall-to-wall carpeting $18,300 2-bedroom CBS. 2 Fla. rooms 18x20. Separate workshops
audience on just what and l laundry. FHA terms.
steps the Negro can take to get
ready to take advantage of the .
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many opportunities that a 'r e IMMEDIATE POSSESSION
coming his way as the walls of 566 NW 47th TerraceVery
segregation begin to crumbleand BOTH homes have Central Heat Tile
fall down.
baths Formica Cabinets Awning WindowsTile large 3-bedroom CBS home, Fla. room, FHA
The speaker was Introducedby Sills Gold Shower Doors Vanities
Dr. G. W. Hawkins. terms. Drive by, then call us.
Fully Landscaped. Many more beautiful
The very talented Miss Sa- features! .
mantha ]Edwards, music in \ ".'\ ,
structor at Phyllis Wheatley Homes of Distinction an area of Distinction CBS Duplexes
Elementary School, delightedthe

vocal audience renditions.with two spirited I HIGH AND DRY! 1 and 2 bedrooms, FHA and conventional r.terms,


Miss Cassandra: Hanna directed .. ._J. *_. .FHA, or ,Conventional Financing. nice neighborhoods. .' _....' .
the North Dade High .
School Chorus very efficientlyas ALSO FOR SALE
Its members filled the East of ExpresswayCBS
church with well-rehearsed -

numbers that were quite appropriate 2-bedrooms, 2 screened porches, carporte.
for the occasion. At Beakitiful furnishings from these two model

the same time and throughoutthe homes at tremendous savings! $11,500 total. $78 a month pays all, FHA terms.
afternoon, North Dade'sHospitality
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Open noon to 6:00 p.m.
Club of which .
Mrs. Thoniasena W., Lindsey Is '(also by appointment)

sponsor, displayed mUch diplomacy R 11215 11225 Washington Blvd.
as they. greeted and
the King ot Clubs' EDISON REALTY
guests. It was King of Cluttsseated Richmond Heights Estate Homes

Day and the Forum Chairman, (BUILT BY PENX-GEOUGIA CO., Inc.)
Judge L. E. Thomas, presided.

Phone 238-0521 175 N.W." 62nd St.

7512441I


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HONES OF PRESTIGE by "Chester Wynne"The


h"g' Builder of Many Fine Homes in This Area I



'. INVITES YOU TO THE OPEN HOUSE '

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C
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OF HIS NEWEST CREATION "THE HOME OF VALUE'. ,

LOOK! 'LOOK! AT THE MANY FINE FEATURES IN THESE HOME?* -","4'


3-BEDROOM AND 2 BATHS BEAUTIFUL STYLING I .


BUILT. IN OVEN AND RANGE PERFECT LOCATION


. JUDGE L. K. THOMAS !i Many, many items too numerous to Visit our new office located at

ChairmanThe mention
Forum_ 4130 NW 12th Avenue

audience interest were' and definite' size indica-of the Drive out today to model! Phone 634-7346

tions that they appreciated the
four-forum series and that they If no answer call ,JE 1-6902

wanted continued.the annual attraction 867 ii W 1a ST.Open -

For all all information
for building
on your
Previous 'speakers had been
Sat. and Sun. from 1 5 lot anywhere in Dade
Fr. T. R. Gibson, Rev. S A. to p.m. County--Call usl!

Cousin and the Most Rev. Our representative, will be on premises for all "Chester Wynne"THE
Bishop Coleman Carroll. Mrs.. information
Mable Glover' and the B. T.

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UMBegins; Adult Study FIGHTING

ARTHRITIS :, MARCH 7, 1964 PAGE. 9 I Il



Discussion GroupsThe l Aygii-dy-j 3 {-i'Jilffmj/{ 3U14J jjESB

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CLYDE KILLENS' ':*r;f '

Division of Continuing and Improve his '
ability to
understand -
Education of the University of the subject: under SIR JOHN HOTEL MIGHT 1 1 LJCLUB
Miami has sent ,out' circulars, study and to make Indepen-
inviting. .Interested ""persons to dent and critical judgements.

partlcip8te,-,.Jki"ll s 'itd. y- iikcussion ; PRESENTS .
programs t or'aUtllts., Starting Monday March 10 ..
Each'grbup"W111.have approximately each' group will meet one nighta FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY MARCH 6, 7, 8' ..."
22 participants and week from 8 to 10, either on r I>I I
two enthusiastic, well-trained Monday Tuesday or Wednes- \ THE SENSATIONAL
university trained discussion day. $ ''PWMNW A :
leaders. I Ir"
Most courses will last ten V.RATIONS"Llt '

Each program deals with a weeks. The cost is $12 for a ... ..-. : ,, r
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specific subject, such as World single person, or $18 for a r" ": \ ', ,<:: !
Politics, Economics, Parenthood married couple. \ _
Modern : :; "I
Poetry or Art. A group t <
One of the groups studying ,
meets weekly for a round "American ', >,....'! : .I
table exchange of Ideas and in- meet In the Democracy"Community Roomof will Mkk "$, '-, .. k.
of the
terpreptatlons Issues the Roosevelt
Savings and
covered in the reading mater Loan
Association, 6015
NW
ial that each participant has tt
read' during the previous week. 7th Ave. .

The primary purpose of the Further information may be

study-discussion program Is obtained by calling Mrs. Ray Roland Wright, 18, Gary, IniL,
to help the Individual develop Pearson, PL 9-3037. TM ttrlckcn With rheumatoid arthritis !

two years ago and receives f4t 1L::
treatment in March of Dimes Arthritis
I Center at La Rabid Soultarium -
In AppreciationTo Chicago. II* makes good
I Ir
SOCIAL SECURITY my neighbors, friends c use of his stay by editing their
and other get-well wishers, weekly newspaper. Abort, before
the roll, Roland confers
who nesses
were so nice to
very me
with Roberta Kritzberg, a victim of
during recent accident
* * my rheumatic feter. March of Dimes
which embedded me. Your contributions 25 arthritis
support
visits, card and other expres- Centers around the nation. E?
-9 1- sions of get-well were highly
r.'=h...m] W. appreciated and encouraging. -
AI eoimw wmI tee U"OOVlftNMP'HT nanlcs a million. -

Miss Viola Crawford I Numbers Payoff to r1 : T


Winners inQueens' Cops $2,000 Weekly?
Q. My husband is 51. He is I
In prison and will be for life. I An anonymous letter accus-
Could I draw social securitynow Contest ing Miami police officials of

for our minor children? During the Queen Contest taking bolita payoffs, causedan r
A. I'm sorry, but the only Sunday, Feb. 23 sponsored by upset at City Hall Tuesday. .
time you can draw from his the Women's Missionary and Mayor Robert King High and Admission : Friday and!.Sunday $1.50 Saturday $2
social 1 security would be if he Educational Convention, aux- other commissioners call-
disabled, had reached} retirement iliary to the Aalantic Coast Baptist ed for an Investigation, but the NO TEENAGE MATINEE THIS WEEK

age, or died. Association, Mrs I. G. city manager and police chief
Pratt Wilder, president, Mrs. pointed out that anonymous .
How old must I be to
Q. get Justina Barr was ,crowned letters weren't exactly reliable
a social security card? Not often COMING NEXT WEEK 13th 14th and 15th
queen and Mrs. V. Collie, prin very very anyway ,
A. There's no age limit. If The letter names seven police !-

you need a card, go to the social cess.Mrs.. Barr Is president of the officials and claims they re J
security office or write or Missionary of the host ceive about $2 000 weekly to THE IMPRESSIONS
call them. They will be glad to church Central Society protect Miami bolita racket.
Baptist of W.
mail the form need to fill
you City Manager Melvin Reese,
out for a social security card. than Hollywood. She reported more who la also public safety director -I "The Hottest Show on the Road"I
$200. Mrs. Collie is president
Q. What is the earliest I can sold he would conductan
of New MU Zion's Mis-
put in for social ''security re
investigation if asked to.
sionary Society{ Homestead.She .
tirement' checks
"Dut in any event I'll do a Q"

A. Three' months before' the The contest reported Is more usually than one$100.of little snooping on.. my own," he + } .1kNCviblt w i1 ,

month you're 62. It's a good the highlights of the meeting. said .
idea to go to the social security Police Chief Walter Headley
them said, "I'll do anything they ask
office early. It gives plenty
of time to get your first CARD OF THANKS He denied that the officers
check ready for you. named In the letter were taking
The family of the lateMRS. any payoffs. "

Q. Have the required num- High said the detailed letter
ber of work credits needed to
was the most serious he had 1ft
draw disability payments been Pr M received) "Generally," he said, )
reduced In the last few months? should
letters be r
A. No. The law still requires "anonymous '
but this Is too de :
ignored one
work covered by social 1'
security for five out of the ten tailed. I ,
years before you became disabled -


G. .I have' been married for Fe- ,

years, but never changed my
social security card to my married THE
.name if I change my I :
name now, will I get credit for 1
work that was reported in my JHf r bt r 1I I
maiden ,name? 1 1M
.,
A. Yes will. The only fry I. ."".. ; lSTI '., .
you ... .. ;.::: '" .
change that will be made in GERTRUDE RANDOLPHwho ., : ff
...
the social security records will departed this life Friday, ""f ,

be the change of your name.tyQoff September 7, 1963, wish to eK-

coI pay my social securi press Its appreciation for your $ a ,
kindness and consideration filOnnOR'I
A. ,(Np. All 4 c'Ltrol' taxes areJkvenue during Its period of grief and c q
_
4lqtcrrtal
paid t 'U, sorrow. I
we "
,{ I I.\ .:.tro'W8en ..., \; Mrs. Eatha,. Howard, sister slater I Latest Hits: ((1) "Talking About My Baby"
Laura Johnson;
Mrs.
i 'Q, DcPt) need proof' ,of my Mrs. Irma Allen, niece Accurate : ((2)) "It's Alright"

age to get a -social. security card? I *"irV* ?, (3> l11. Want Me Back'iF / j

A. No. DEATHSFuneral Complefe .' Afaufipn: Adavnco $2.00 Door $2.50, ,
F (W* *TV \ ,
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service for the late ,. "4Y
'
ANNOUNCEMENTThe Mrs. Mattie Knight of 4920 SW Nees,'J '" ..,:, '_' BIG TEENAGE MATINEE .

Liberty Choir Union 23rd St., Hollywood, died at The )t.ONGSIIOUEMEN'SJIALL (Bun, Mar. 8th 8 to 6))
Corinth Bap- March 3 at Memorial Hospital.
will convene at
Services Sunday at New Jeru- Coverage 816 N. W. 2nd Avenue Admission $1.O0-
Friday,
tist Church
beginning salem Baptist Church at 1 p.m. Complete with Night Club Atmosphere .
March 6 through the 8. Bro. .
Rev. J. Boyklns, pastor. '. .
Ray will be the master of I' ..
ceremonies, 1450 NW 59th St. FAMU Law Student J
COMING MARCH 20 21 22
Deacon Ecter, sponsor, Dea. '
Smith, president; Sis. Holmes, Runs for Legislature MARCH 27 28 29

secretary; Rev. W. T. Thomas,
Jesse L. McClary, a 2ft-year-
pastor. old honor law student has be .' I The Soul Sisters
the first Negro ever to
qualify for Marlon County'slone '" W'.I .
y seat in the Florida Houseof I Year $22 M..i $1f'Cas e e

.. Register Today! McClary Representatives., a senior at FloridaA B.Mo.Hu.... ..,..5.50........ .".1ft. COMING APRIL 12th .;. _.
... .It with ,.., ....Ie w j;' t
and M School of Law In Talla ...*.? *r4., (., At The Harlem Square Club "
Book are now in your hassee, Is an ass't secretary to TIM CJwhttoi. S.!MM. its .
I I-'* Secretary of State I Tom Adams.He ON* H.nr.y SfMt Clyde Killens' "NIGHT IN NASSAU" I '. .. '
veteran legislator ......, M... olds f' .
neighborhood) precincU, opposes

..: ." William tna est O'Neill .In. the- May pri PB-lft I MU) U Il\ ) }Ufi IJ'' ) ) })

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THE MIAMI TIMES MiAMI, FLA. MT. HERMAN AME MT. CALVARY BAPTIST ..rnrmw \v y%

Rev S. L. Gay, pastor
PAGE 10 SATURDAY MARCH 7 1964 Rev. S. Atchinson, pastor
Sunday, we were very happy Constance Carter reporter
6 -_.. over the fact that we worshipped
It, on our new carpet Everyone Youth day will be celebratednext
t present can attest the fact Sunday. Miss Joyce Cham-I
that it is worthy of being kept bliss will be the
clean. the morning. Rev. Paul Free-I
man will be with us at 3 p.m.
.. On the third Sunday afternoon There will be a panel discus-
th; the pastor is asking that sion in BTU by the youth, entitled -
all choir members, stewards, : "The Responsibility of
stewardess and all members to I of Christian Youth." There will
go to St. James AME Churchto also be a condle light drill that N
help celebrate Homecoming. evening. Youth day will end
Easter practice will be held with the crowning of a queen
F every Tuesday afternoon at 5 and king of Mt Calvary.
p.m. All parents are asked to SpS A
send their children to rehearsal March 12, Thursday night AL
on time. If at all possible after the second Sunday, Rev.
please bring them and see if Salamon and his congregation
there is anything you can help I will be at :Mt. Calvary. There
out with toward organizingthe will be a sale on Saturday,
d program. All friends and March 14, at the church.
members are invited to stay
after church Sunday night in ST. LUKE BAPTIST

after service of songs by the u_ ._.u. REV. ERNEST IIUTCIIESON
Southland Singers. Rev. P. W. Wlllams, pastor

Sunday, the pastor is asking Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporterWe Sunday afternoon at 3:30: ,

NEW PROVIDENCERev. I SHADY; GROVE BAPTIST that all boards please make a are celebrating our pas Rev. Ernest Hutcheson Jr.,
that all
C. J. Burney, pastor special report and memo tor's 22nd anniversary Friday chaplain and staff member of
Sid. Claudia Wilson, reporter G709 NW 15th Avenue liars give, a fixed amount to the March 6, at 8 p.m. Rev T. John. the Dade County Children's
leader of class In special
Rev. your
I. Clayton, pastor son and St. John Baptist ChurchIn
We were blessed with spirit I Sis. Gloria Cherry, reporter effort for our budget. Mr. Rol- charge of service. Sunday, Home at Kendall will be guest
the lins would be very happy to speaker for the 32nd anniver-
throughout
filled service March 8, at 3 p.m. Rev E. T.
day Sunday. The ladies are Text: And she brought forth see you. This church wishes to I Graham and the Mt Zion Bap-- sary of 'the No. 2 choir of St.
busy working toward Women's her first born son and wrappedHim welcome Miss Bertha Brooks tist Church in charge of ser- Mary's Methodist Church. Rev.
Day, which will be the fourth in swaddling clothes and Into the membership of our vice. Anniversary sermon by H. V. Stuart is the pastor.
Sunday in March. laid HIm in a manger. There church. Tuesday night ''after Rev. E. T Graham. Monday
Rev. Mr. Hutcheson is a
in the inn' the third the church
was no room Sunday
March 9 at 8 Rev
,
Continue in prayer for the We had mission at the church will travel to Rev. Curry's W.night K.) Smith and Bethel p.m. Baptist graduate of the American Bap-
sick and the shut-in, those that today at 3 p.m., we had a glor church to give a service. AgainIt Church in charge of ser- tist Theological Seminary,
are grieved over the lost of ious time all day is asked that those faithful vice. Nashville, Tenn. and is a mem
their loved ones. members attend this service. ber of the Extcutive Committee -

The pastor wishes to' take Come one and all, let us make of the Interdenominational
ST. MARY'S W. M. MT. TABOR thIs method along with othersIn this the greatest anniversaryour Ministerial Alliance and the
the No. choir pastor ever had. Greater Miami Ministerial As-
Rev. P. S Brown minister thanking one
Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor sociation.
for such a delicious meal that Our pastor and wife do now
Miss Dessie
Miss Dorothy Major, reporter Crockett reporter thank
was prepared for him on last you for every token or
I Sunday March 8, will mark The public is cordially invited Sunday, at the elaborate homeof Rift that will be presented dur
two years since Rev. H. V. to attend the 32rd anniver Mrs. Essie Lewis. He said ing this anniversary. BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe

,, Stuart has been our pastor sary celebration of Usher that the family is still talking God's choicest blessingsever
officially. He will deliver his Board No. two Sunday March 8, about the meal. Members are May be with wherever Baha'i Assembly of Mi-
you
anniversary message using as at 3 p.m. The guest speakerfor asked to visit and pray fQr is you weekly discussion sessions at
his theme "The Value of Life'sUnrealized the occasion is Rev. W. M. sister Myers who is on the sick go our prayers. the Baha'i Center 137 NW 11th
Purpose." Davis of First: Baptist Churchof list. Big preparations are being Ave.. 8 p.m., on Sunday, March
Brownsville. Guest Ushersare made for the Heaven bound ANTIOCH BAPTIST 8. The subject of this meeting

Members and friends are In from First Baptist also. play Very soon some of you Rev. O. W. Foster, pastor will be "Fasting and Sacrifice/
vited to come out and hear the Music will be rendered by the will be contacted to participatein Bro. Casey Graham, reporter The public is cordially invitedto
wonderful message our pastoris Youth Choir with Brother this grand play. attend. Phone Secretary, FR
hoping to bring to us. Speed directing. There will be an Important 1-5420, for further information
Our Junior choir will be in Woman's Day meeting Sunday regarding this meeting.Announcement.
charge of the music depart- Sale and bedspread give a BEREA S D. A. CHURCH morning, immediately after

ment during the morning ser way Saturday, March 7, at 8 p. 2500 NW 50th St. church services. All ladies are
m., at the home of sister Jen
vice. kins 1435 NW 67th St Rev. Robert L. Woefolk, pastor asked to attend.
Choir No. two will celebrate Happy birthday to all Eryclna! TJnVimlnrr 'r'>or'orterOn '
mem- i Sabbath Sunday services will be conducted
last 'it would
their 30tth anniversary. The bers born in
the month of by the associate minis. The Sweeting's Foundation
have been inspiring to watch
speaker for the occasion! will March from the Mt. Tabor the Sabbath School (Church at ter. The No. 1 choir will ren Fund, Inc., will have its annual
be Rev. A. E. Hutcherson Cha family.
der services celebration and fund raising
song Sunday a.m.
study) in action. The initial
pun of the school at Kendall plans for launching the 19G4 In- and the Male Chorus Sunday program Sunday, March 8, from
Time of the program 3 p.m. Gamble Memorial Church vestment Space Capsule began night. 3:30: to G p.m., on the Sweetlag's -
I Estate, 2148 NW 4th St.
with signs of technical difficulties
ZION HOPE BAPTIST (OF nOD IN CHRIST) Each no Sabbath School- Sunday afternoon from 4 to Fort Lauderdale Fla. The guest
6, the No. 2 choir will sponsor speaker will be Mr. James
meml/er is
an astronaut and is
5129 NW 2nd Ave. 1809 NW 5th Avenue
its annual Spring Tea at the Gardner, Principal of Dillard
Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor Elder J, C. Jackson, pastor at his post of duty with T- church. High School. The will
Sis. S. Flowers, reporterAll Sis. Mildred Cooper, reporter minus 225 days and counting.The follow the usual program order of
investment wits
members are asked to From this scripture our pas indicative of various parade projectsto The president of the Young music rendered by well-known
meet the pastor at Mt. Calvary tor Wrought to us a very inspiring be developed during this Matrons is asking all matrons artists. The public Is Invited.
message on last Sunday The and all young married women Dr. Sweeting will also cele-
Sunday afternoon, at 3 p.m., period of preparation. one
Our who would like to become
State Mother, Mother whose Investment project brate his birthday on this oc-
to participate on a program
with our Juniors. The addressof Gussie Gamble spoke to us on proves most fruitful will be the I patrons to please meet at her casion. His request is that all
the church is 1612 NW 5th Sunday night.On astronaut to be launched into home Tuesday night March gifts be given In the form of
10 at 8 o'clock 4225 NW 29th cash to the Sweeting's Founda-
Court. Monday night, March 0. space. Ave., Apt. 2,. phone NE 36729. tion Fund, Inc. Mar. 14
the Young People SplrLtuaiHour Come out to Sabbath School
RIDGEWAY CHURCH OF service will be held at this SabbUth 9:15: a.m. Tuesday night March 12 I J:
8 p.m., young and old alike are The 11 am. hour saw a soul- there will be a musical pro- "
CHURCH OF GOD invited to come out and wor- winning sermon by Elder L.. gram sponsored by Sis. Effie ;:
Bishop R. B. Davis, pastor ship with us. B. Reynolds who along with McQuetn's ward In the behalfof m:V >
Elder H. Cox, reporter Elder S. Thomas were here Women's Day.
Let us remember to for
Sunday Is a special day. The those who are sick and pray shutin. conducting a Sabbath School. Visitors are always welcome. ,
Band is Officers and members worship Pray for and visit the sick. +
Women's Missionary You :
are always welcome to with the churches \p l
in the Miami
in charge of the service all day. attend the little church by the I
During the Sunday School hourswe area. ST. JAMES AME .'
side of the road.FRIENDSHIP I
18 is the date .
April
will finish a special! drive I for the :"
for tne Sunday:: Sc:: ool. Please big Laymen's Crusade which Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor
don't miss Sunday morning, M. BAPTISTRev. will take in each Seventh Day Bert Cooper, reporter
Adventist Church in South Fla.
when our pastor will preach on J. E. Jenkins, pastor Members
Miami will be the host churchfor I are urged to beginto
mission.On Ruby Lee Carr, reporter this event with the Elder show that they are ready

Monday night, the Victory The Mother's Board is givinga Walters of Jamaica as guest for the big Job that lies aheadof

Leaders Band, will meetat tea Sunday, March 8, 4 to 0 speaker. Plan now to visit us them. We cannot content
Ridgeway for a glorious at the home of sister on that daylGRACE ourselvts by what we h a v e
time In the Lord. Young people Marie Scott 2444 NW 55th Terr. been doing; let us exert our
from Key West to Bellglade The President sister Camilla PRESBYTERIAN efforts today.
will be there; so come and en- Lewis and members Invite you 6895 NW 15th Avenue
Joy yourself In the Lord withus to attend. Tuesday, March, 10, Rev W. F. Savoy, pastor Before will we be know it homecoming -
,; come to church on Sundayand 8 p.m., the Rev. C. H. Smith Congratulations to Mrs. Jo- third upon us. The
bring the family with you. and congregation of Jordon hanna Singletary and Mrs. Net. the Sunday already around
I Grove will render services for tie Harris, who were selected I proverbial corner. Every
board of the church
us, In behalf of Ushers Board to be co-chairme for Wednes- must report -
MT. SINAI BAPTISTRev. No.3; brother J. C. Wright Day in May. $50; evty member must
president also the Is Let pay. $10. The pastor Is depend-
S. A. Thomas Pastor pastor us attend church regular
1419 N. W. 5 Place asking all members and friendsto ly and bring our families and ing upon you.Members ALL FRIENDS AND MEMBERS
be ready to go to Rev. W. F. friends. are again reminded MAY MAKE
We were happy to have our Tanner St. Mary's to render THEIR
DONATION
to in
get touch with TO THE
your .
back with in serviceall service ;March 12
pastor us ; we are so MACEDONIA BAPTIST captain If he hasn't
day Sunday Just recoveringfrom elated over our many visitors Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor contacted If already don SPIRITUAL TEMPLE OF
a Mrief period of illness. with us each Sunday; you are Sis Netta Kelly, reporterOn know who you.your captain you Is, see t ZION, Inc.
always welcome, come to church Mrs. Sadie Dean. At the home of the vice
This coming Sunday night, have your faith lifted last Sunday after two president -
marks the climax of the third wonderful and treasurer. She is also
soul-stirring messages Mrs. Thelma Turner Is out of one of the
ordained
: -
ministers
special financial effort of the nine added
were : to the the
: hospital and Is Our
The Missionary Society church. at home. charter Is registered in
year and Its auxiliaries will be NOTICE TO CHURCH Installation services are being Veterans Bro. R. C. Matthews Is In the Broward and Dad Counties

special participants with an In REPORTERS I held all of this week (March Hospital.The L. HUNTER, D.D.
tei-eating panel discussion. Come 2-8). It will close out Sunday A. J. Reddick Club Is 1657 NW 73rd St.
out and witness a glorious The new deadline for getting ''afternoon at 3:00: p.m. with the sponsoring a Spiritual Tea at
", evening of worship church news into our office for moderator ,.,of the Seaboard the James E. Scott Community
publication !. TUESDAY noon ,Baptist Association preaching Center on March 12 from 7 to
{* Let us remember our bereave All church reporter are the dedicatory sermon. We are 11 p.m.. This Wednesday night
*d families: Sister Fannie Wil- urged to cooperate ChurchMITS I grateful to our sister churches affair should be one that no Something to Sell?
Nuns, Mrs. Annie Askew and received after noon on for their cooperation during our one would want to miss. Let's
l Miter Mary Boykins who lost Tuesday cannot be guaranteed Installation.You go out and witness this affair
their sister during the past are always welcome to thus helping this board In It* Try a 'Times' Ad!
week. J: ::: ::1:: = t worship with us. Homecoming Day drive. F:



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Earn While You SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1964 PAGE:: 11
Shannon Named" Zeta I!
r THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. t
I Learn Courses OpenA
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Of The Year"Fortson transcribing"earn while machine you operatorJob learn" I AUL&.A7 :AI .:aAM".Iol: : :AUII..LILAUIUIJ.: AI.....III."It.._ .:.:..:\\I.a: a

This column !i prepared
for
training course unemployed VETERAN'S
people will start on weekly at the VA Office, DM W.
Foster and Johnson Outstanding .
March 16, 1964 at Lindsey Hop Plagler St, Miami, for Information -
Culminating a full week of the program were the Zeta kins Vocational School, said CORNER of Veterans in this area.Jr..Jl'.ILIT.JI' .
activities in which they observed Amicae, Amicettes and former Harry L. Tyson, Miami Metro-
the Nathional Finer Woman Women of the Year cited by politan Manager for the Florida c crt : :'II'It'II' .17:1rrt:1r: 1r1'r.lrlrlrl'r\W'' \ lnI"FW'r1'I"1rF.1r.JlJI' :IT,_" a V,T

hood Week, members of Beta the Sorority. State Employment Service. VKTS-EYE VIEWS Risk Insurance Act was mado

Tau Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Other participants on the Tyson said that we are look- I MOVIN' DAY law. The vet's mother was
Beta Sorority, Incorporated, program included the Zeta Ing for 25 unemployed peopleto Coming up soon our moveto awarded $20 a month death
named Mrs. Marian' H. Shannon Clefs, Amicette Sandra Fox, take this seven weeks course the new Federal Building In compensation? and $24 a month
Zeta of the Year. The Chapter Sorors Frankie S. Rolle and and those selected may be eligible downtown Miami. After March I ConNER
presented to Mrs. Shannon a Dorothy Lee; and Frater Arthur for a weekly training allowance 1, if you're planning to visit QUIZ
beautiful plaque appropriately Evans. Mrs. Juanita W. Pinck- of 2700. the VA Office, better check insurance.Q. .

inschibed for the occasion. ney, Baslleus of the Chapter, To be take the first to see if we are at our There is a VA Domiciliary -
gave the occasion and eligible to location the first floor
made new on Home located at Bay Pines,
Receiving certificates for outstanding the presentation to Mrs. Shannon training a person must be un- of the new building right across right out of St. Peterburg. Do
Sorors of the Year The entire employed, over sixteen years of
program was the street from the courthouse. you have to Lto a certain age
and since this training is
Mrs. Rosa Lee Fortson directed by Mrs. age
were Lydia H. before you are eligible for care
Mrs. Inez C. Foster and Mrs. Higgs, third Anti-Baslleus of more advanced technically than IN TILE GINNING in the home?
the usual starting courses, an
Bernice Johnson. the Chapter and chairman
the Finer of applicant must Ue able to type In this wide world of num- A. No. If you are disabled,
Womanhood
The presentations were madeat activities. Week 35 words per minute.To bers, veterans who have active unable to follow a gainful occupation
the final activity of the Chap files with the VA have a very and financially unableto
ter's observance of )FWW NEXT PROJECT: receive a weekly allow- important one their claim, or"C" care for yourself you wouldbe
March 1. A special program ance a trainee must meet the number. This is the num- etitled to domiciliary care.
which featured Mrs. Marian CINDERELLA SEARCH above requirements, and in ber assigned to their own case ..
addition, must be the head of JIG
Shannon as the speaker was I The annual file, and no other veteran has
drive to raise a family or household and
held at the Range Chapel at 5 funds for continuing scholar- have at least three years work that number. Right now, the J. A. Summons
p.m. Speaking on the FWW ships has begun. Thus far Mrs. experience. numbers being given to veterans -
theme: "Women and Youth Frankie Rolle, chairman of the who file new claims with REAL ESTATE
Unite For Freedom", Mrs. Cinderella Search Contest has Tyson said that the trainees the VA are running in the mid-
Shannon reviewed the goals revealed Princess. The contest will be trained In taking dicta. twenty millions. But who was INVESTMENTAPPRAISALS
and purposes of the local chap will close the first week in tion from machines like the the very first C-l? Well,
ter and enumerated the many' April. Personality sketches and "Dictaphone", "Gray Execu- claim numbers started with
activities carried on to achieve pictures will be published during tary", "Stenocord", and "Sound- World War I strangely enough,
these goals. Special guests for the contest. I scriber," even the most of World War I NE 4.6875

Tyson added that this course was I was fought on land, C-l
offers Incentive to belonged to a Navy veterans.
a special 1899 N.W. 53rd St.
those people who already have C-l was Issued to a Gunners
Bunche Park Rec.
some training In that they will Mate who was killed abord the Miami 42 Fla.
,
PHIL OSSOFER Center NewsThe be able to Improve on the skill USS Cassin when It was attack.
SAYS they already possess and upgrade ed and sunk by a German sub- .tn.I
: 5th and 6th grade girls themselves into a higher marine on October 15 1017

.... Uisketball league results up to I level occupation. only nine days after the War
date are as follows: The Wild-.
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Whenever we plan a trip, we vuia are m first place with a
game won', and no losses. The
prepare ourselves by gettingout
our luggage, purchasing Hams, second place with two Tonight at Roosevelt Savings !
items of clothing and straigh- wins and one loss The Thunderbirds -
tening out our business affairs. in third place with one
Isn't it strange then, that whilewe win and two games lost and
know there Is an eternal the Hungry Tigers are still
trip we must take; a trip we hungry. The high scorers so far
may have to take any day and are Catherine King: 38 points,
cannot avoid, we put off pre- Annie Ruth Hines 36 points Lillie '
paring for it? Mae Hudson 30 points, Winl
fred Kemp and Della Allen tied 10,000
If this trip is to be a pleasantone for 4th place with 29 points
we must take with us that each, and Bernice Pool 5th
which will enable us to enjoy place with 26 points. The second
it. The attire we need consists half of the league game will
of the spiritual senses or attributes begin Wednesday, with the -:- -
such as love, truth and the league games opposingthe S' ,} ;1 .
trustworthiness. These must be Wildcats. The Winning I.-"M. ., IVI. ,E JR O H, A NAT" .
accumulated in this world, and team in the league and the ) i' .. '"I I .w.
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they are the only possessionswe I high scorers will play a game '
can take with us. The body against Rainbow Park girls on
and its clothing remain here to March 20.
return to dust, but the spirit At the end of the regular GREEN STAMPS j"F "
and its clothing, the spiritual basketball league for the boys
senses herein mentioned, do the Hawks and the Globetrot
make the journey. ters were tied for the lead. The
champonship play off game
This world is womb of the played Monday, March 2, saw
next one. Here we must developthe the Hawks go down in defeat

spiritual senses, even as .. at the hands of Harold Smith EEl1' :
we must develop the physical and his Globetrotters by a
senses in the womb before ling 1 score of 39 to 27.
born into this world. Had The Hawks having beaten the
we not developed those physical Globetrotters twice during the
senses: seeing, hearing, feel regular season were proven to
ing, tasting and smelling, we be no match for the hustling
wouldn't know we were here. Globetrotters. At the end of AWARDED AT 7 PM-BE HERE-YOU MAY BE A WINNER I j
Thus if we enter the spiritualworld the first halt, The Globetrotterswere
without the spiritual at. in front by a score of 20 Roosevelt time award No
Just visit Savings any prior to to enter your name. trans.
tributes, we will not recognizethat to G but the never say die
eternal world. To me, this Hawks had made a contest out action necessary. Three big prizes in Green Stamps, redeemable for merchandiseof
would be hell, for separationfrom of it by the end of the third your selection.
God and His world would quarter. High point honors ..
indeed be an existence In a went to Arthur .Glover of the account
wretched state.A Hawks with 8 points and, Han -150
tor
old Smith of the GlolAtrottewith : stampS account
certain man, about to takea a record breaking 33 Green tor 2150
trip to a distant city for a religious points. 100 stampS ,1500 account
convention, was pressedby The remaining activities of Green
his wife, who had no inte- the 5th and 6th grade boy *
rest in religion, to purchase a basketball schedule are as follows : :
new suit for his trip. Isn't it : Tuesday March 3, selection r
ironic that the Wed- rent SSiiPMiami' States ,
of Star players
shebeknowing Ayy % Cur ;
importance nesday, March4 all star practice 4Y. Assn'gter
for a trip, does not preparefor Thursday, March 5 all star
her own eternal ? Bunche Park va Rain-
journey same tran
When we prepare bow Park, and March 6 pree every rnonth20th 1st ,
trip we make our lives here awards day Friday players. 01 from the
more meaningful. As Shake- Make It a must to come out bY the dl"IdendS
speare said, "Be still preparedfor and enjoy seeing Buncne Park Save earn ..
death; and death or life
in action.
youngsters 100% integrated savings lntitutlon
shall thereby be the sweeter. Little Miss Deborah Hlgdon $

brought victory to Bunche
Park Center in the County ROOSEVELTSAVING'S
TEMPLE BAPTISTThe Wide free throw contest she A'i ',
won second place. ,
message Sunday morn & LOAN
Ing will be delivered by Evan- Nathan Young ASSOCIATION
gelist Roker from the Bahamas, I 1
who is visiting friends in MIami I observed The Nathan their Young annual family Color + N 6015 N.W.1th Avenue,Miami,Florida Phone 754-6651
after attending the recent
Feb. 27, Tyrone BeU .tw --------------------
session,, of Atlantic Coast As- Day on ,
and Paula Hearst were crowned | SAVE BY MAIL! SEND YOUR CHECK WITH THIS COUPON
sociation.The King and Queen for the day Your account | ROOSIVIIT SAVINGS t LOAN ASSOCIATION I

Sunday School will sponsor l/y our principal, Mr. *. Josephine I 60IS ".W.7t1t$ Ave..*,MI.I',".,14. I

a dinner sale Saturday, at D. Mackey. Each grade ana ii\ICIinprr\| <3 fv C | GenllemenAttsched: Is my check In the amount off' .. ?Please open an account 1
the the King
home Celestine honored
'of Miss group In the name shown below and send me my passbook,signature card, and green stamps.
Smith, 357 NW 14th Terrace, Queen with a selection.The to $10,000by I 1

from noon until; donation $1.00. attire for the occasionwas up an of the I NAME. .. ... .-.. ... -- ..-..M_..._............., ..... ......... .......-......---.-....- I

The third Sunday, in April our school colors! royal US. Government agency I OTHER NAME IF JOINT ACCOUNT..-....._........_................_..............---..-.....? I
has bee set the date for and white. class '
annual rally.as Every member our blue was judged to see each which was I ADDRESS- .M ,u.u.jm.1..
will D 0 getting ready to do his the most uniform. Mrs. MaryA. ,. .,./ HOfjE NDfilBEIT.,. r-rr---rn.r----r-J
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MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn


CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS In memory of our love one sad but loving memory of
husband and father,
.,. ..... my dear
'. 1f1- ... ,.I"";"''''' r r'Y JAMES A. SMART
r ":.V'
;. this life March
; who departed
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. / )
IN MEMORIAM r wM 2, 19G3.
I He is gone, but not forgotten.We .
PAGE 12 SATURDAY. MARCH 7. 1964 In memory of the late loved him, but Jesus loved

him best. ,May perpetual light
-- ever shlfte'on, him and may he

IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAM est< In ppac* encircled in
Jesus' love ,and cafe.

memory of In of Mrs. Pearl Smart, wife
memory Mrs. Marie Smith, daughter

JOE WILLIAMS,.,. Miss Millicent Smart,
of 10540 SW 176th 'St Perrlne daughterMrs. II

who departed"this. ,.. "life- Febru-f.. f M"Aa, Melva Davis, daughter
ary 22, 1963:*. h Earl Smart, son
Kldridge Smart, son
Gone, but not forgotten. r

May he rest ,in peace.
IN MEMORIAMIn
Mrs. Coretha Williams.

Nancy Footman
sad but loving memoryof
Ruth Gary 1 v our dear mother and daughter -


I Dorothy Mattie Cade Spates, daughter; :: MRS. DELORES

__ Williams YAYA: WILKERSON
kA{ rA Joseph
Charles Williams who departed this life March

___ pavld Williams, sons MARTHA J. WOOD MATTIE CHARLOW SMITH !, 19G3. rest In and
May
you peace
who expired March 3, I960. vho died February 20, I960. shine
light perpetual
upon you.
We cannot say and we will not fudge and Savior of our race; Earth has no sorrows that
say, ;rant us, when we see thy
IN MEMORIAMIn heaven cannot cure, Greatly
That, she, is dead, she Is just face, missed by.Johnnie.
away, Vith thy ransomed one's a Wilkerson
son
sad, but loving memoryof With a cherry smile and wave place. Mrs. Muriel Cooper mother
our dear son, husband, father of the hand Henry Fox Smith, hustfand ,

-9i and brother. She has slipped Into a happy Justina McGhee, daughter
9 land. Henry McGhee, grandson CARD OF THANKS

The Wood Family Roderick McGhee,
MRS. MAGGIE S. ROBINSONwho
wn grandson The family of the late
this life March
departed err Livingston Charlow, father
MRS. AGNES BETHELtake
2, 1963.
Hubert Charlow, brother this method of expressingto
Seems like she Is lust
!; away IN MEMORIAMIn Livingston Charlow Jr.,
all friends and neighborswho
I will
cannot say, I 1 not say brother
She is dead she Is were so kind and consid-
just away
With a cherry smile and a loving memory of o u r Hugh Charlow, brother erate during our hour of be-
dear mother and Vera Higgs, sister '
grandmother,
wave of the hand, reavement. Words are Insufficient
Femisha Knowles sister
to the deep
She wandered Into an unknown express appreciation
land.It Leola Wade, sister and gratitude for

is sad and not the love of it 11 1 Lillian Robinson, aunt cards, letters and beautiful
Still as the savior I I" Edith Sawyer, aunt floral pieces. Special thanksto
say ; ,
She is not dead she is just II ,,!;1t" ;\ Usher Board No. 2 of Mace

away. ,I'I'i\,, :\ donia Baptist Church who
The love is the same and: I will ,\':'r I \!I'I IN MEMORIAMIn were so kind and generous. To
See you some day. ),\t"! 'f' : the neighbors for their genepous
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Wiley Robinson ,I;"t I,,!'\,::rt' ,:, fond memory of our beloved donation, food and cars,
'I''f I'..ij" ry? one, Rev. J, A. Finlayson and Mace
,\ '\ BERTHA STIRRUPwho donia Baptist Church for his

: l',,' departed this life Febru- words of faith, and to Bethel-
IN MEMORIAM: ,a Williams Funeral Home who
j ary 20, I960 and was buried
't r : the 27th. was so patient and understand.
In memory of tt a Beyond the sunset, 0 glad ing. May God Mess you all.
i'' b I reunion with our dear loved Mr. and Mrs. Leroy

ones, who've gone before. In Delancy
WILLIAM ADDERLEY .A' 1 that fair homeland, we'll knowno The entire family of

I4's who departed this life, March L 1Y parting beyond the sunset Mrs',.Agnes BethelRIOHARDSON
for ;
9, 1950. evermore.
Somewhere beyond the rain- The Family

bow's end, .
The skies are bright and fair; IKE
REDMON of 3175 NW
No shadows dim darkness IN MEMORIAM
,', no 48th St., died March 1. Survivors
fills
are a brother, Willie, two
Ii' The land is peaceful there. In sad but loving memory of sisters-in-laws. Funeral ser-
And someone with power to our dear son and brother
heal vices were held of Thursday,
,
To guide and' understand; March 5, to the chapel at 2 p.
Is waiting there to calm our GRACE EDDEN INOWLES m, with Rev Alphonso C. Mo-
rx. 1 fears who departed this life on Feb zell officiating. Interment in

And take us Vy the hand. ruary 25, 1051. I Evergreen Cemetery.
"
So when a dear one's name is "There remaineth a rest, ey
t called, 'tis a glorious rest which with
MRS. BETTY MAE TUKES
F. Christ His redeemed ones will
Our hearts should be at rest; KENDRICK of 2160 NW, 63rd
share in that world where no
r For there beyond the rainbow'send ,
St., died Feb 26. Survivors are
[ sin or temptation may come,
$ r jr her mother, Mrs. Julia T. Blake
welcome them
I A living God knows best. and he waiteth to 4
three sisters Mrs. Annie Askew
there. ,
The Adderley Family fIN ,r Mrs. Bertha K. Lewis, Mrs. Lizzie Walker, and Mrs.

I't daughter Fannie Williams; a brother,

Mrs. Ida K. Sidney, Eric, three nephews,. two
auntse
MEMORIAM daughter an uncle,. Funeral
't FRANKLIN MILTON
Gracie Ann, be held on Saturday, March 7,
I, WALLACE granddaughterIN at 1 pm. at Mt. Calvary Baptist ..
who passed away March 7, 1063 In loving memory of our, ; Church with Rev. Samuel
When darkness veils his lovely beloved husband, father and Atchison officiating Interment
I faceI grandfather, in Evergreen Cemetery.

rest on his unchanging grace r.' '''''' '.....""' .. ._........., ......'"'"\ ... MEMORIAMIn
In every high and story gale
;
I' My anchor holds within the ; MRS MARIE C. HOUSE of

I veil. t' I sad but loving memory of 1318 NW 1st Place, died March

Muriel Wallace, wife : our dear mother, 2. .Surviving; are,_ hqr':. husband,

And Family ''tJ ? "Jt .-..' \t.._ 1-C6C$-, lf': ,Twule ",. .AirS. Henrietta
t -i+ :;, fil", 'J"> dfi'i Miles,, a'brother. Edward
.
: : \ \A r y1 CAMPBELL "Bubber" ''MOSS G. t>P lark,, 'a sister-in-law, and
f.fI."fi: ", w'1 who passed away on March 6, othdr relatives.: Funeral ser-
CARD OF THANKSWe *' 1D57. vices will be held on Saturday,

; May he rest In peace and' may March 7, at 3 pm. at Greater
..
the family of the late, \\ light perpetual shine upon Bethel AME Church with Rev.
CASEY PLEASURE '* )N> !.i1t.J 6 rh S. A. Cousin officiating. Inter
";;:> : him.Mrs.
.>;,' ,* .;;$, t.t'< ment In
Lincoln
who Doltte
departed this life February *""" I'I'r. Moss, mother Memorial
23, wish to express tuartooulr ....' ,t< ''>'.t ; Campbell Moss Sr., father Cemetery.

thanks and gratitude .' ., Mrs. Mae Bell Moss, JOHNNY
r D.
many friends for being so kind ,. '"' 'x \":'$, l t\<' 14 *-' twin sister SMITH, five
and 1 Eugent Moss year son of Mr. and Mrs. Sonny -
undenstadlng < ,
during son
sad hour of bereavement our ., .., ;' .... <,"" .,*,'>,'<.'.\, ,,'t't'>&:":'A'' } i. Tyrone Williams, nephew ?Jltj'! who live at 439 NW
< "' < 1> >:; :J' th St., drowned in
;' ''' '' a canal
Thanks for the cards t"' M'' < 1 on
i many '' { March
letters and floral pieces. Spec ...:, < : 1 4 2. Other survivors Include -
J lal thanks to Rev. W. M. Davis, ... >i \,. N"" ',' h'.t''''f'' ,"l CARD OF THANKS four sisters, Myrtle Ann.
t. "If Debris
'L) ii : Mae Sands
the members of the First Bap. '. ''' : <'If $ and Mrs
"
\'' 1"it : Day, three brothers
fist Church of Brownsville '., I'M' peorglann
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and Range Funeral Home. May tv*.!.' _., -.....- :.... .\\ Wel JACK the WALKER family of the late Charuei Anthony, and Michael.!
God bless each SMITH services were held on
of
and again '
you
thank NATHANIEL S. STRACHAN who was' killed in an accident Thursday March 5, in the cha-
The you. SR. Feb. 12, 1904 In Oakland, Calif pel at 3 p.m., with Rev. A. C.
Family March ;
who departed. this life wish to thank friends for Mozell officiating..
5, 10KJ3. cards, telegrams and flowers.
O perfect life of love! He leaves to mourn: Five sis

t' MRD OF THANKS All,' all Is finished now, ters: MRS. BEATRICE THOMPSON
No work is left undone MRS VERNEX.L SAUNDERS Beatrice Bethel of 146 NW 13th' Studied
His toll, his sorrows, one by who departed this life March Odessa Brown March 3. She Is survived by
" J The family of the late oneResting 3, 1963. Mlnnlo Thomas several cousins Including. Mrs.

9 EFFIE WALKER McFADGDON from his work today Gone but not forgotten. Eva MAlt Irving Gertrude Miles of Lakeland
fi wiih to thank its friends for In his tomb our loved one lay. and an adopted daughter Shir-
Jessie
the various expressions oftlndn..c Mrs. Constance Strachan, Her beloved family., Mae Mack ley Flowers. Services Monday

shown during its recent wife Five Sons Three brothers: at Greater Bethel AME Church

bereavement. Children and Grandchildren And Their Families Moses, James, Clarence at 2 p.m.

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ItAfttt1AMRS FOR REttEFFICIENCY FOR SALE THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA

LtJLA PERKINS of I I MARCH IS
utilities .SATURDAY: 7.1964.PAGE
fern
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i860 NB 60th St. nit. d March 'ii
2. $10 $350 DOWN.
per week 2-4
elderly person, Open 4300 NW ,
Mrs: Perkins, who was attitfe!; : preferred, 2224 NW 58 St. 11 place. 3-bedrooms beauty on ,':
In. many organizations, *a$ corner lot. Allapattah Realty, ,
well-khowh among residerits, of ROOM in private home 633-0-126. ,
Miami. She Is survived, by hertiaiighter middle for a ;
Christian
age
man or
,Mrs. ,'Bessie Smith: I lady. OX 1-0425. OE'L STAR MEAT MARKET .
one neph w. Sylvester Williams HOME, 3029
; two nieces, Mmes Mary LARGE-3-BEDROOM NW 57 St 3-bedrooms and 2 i ,
E. Jones,' and Ann. Thomas. CBS tile baths\ Call NE 3-3188 or
house
Funeral services were held on ed front, 3333 porch NW and G9th carport St. ,Clos un OX 1-5S51. \\1 1520 N.W. 62nd: Street .

Wednesday, March 4. at the St. furnished, children welcome. .
James AME Church, with the Immediate occupancy, $25 DUPLEX 2.n: ) 'DROOM .on each .1'1
Rev. J. B. Blackell officiating.MRS. weekly Open every day from side; nice neighborhood. See ,
9 a.m. 1780 NW 55,:Terr. Owner. THE MARKET WITHE COURTEOUS SERVICE. :
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EVONZELENE RUFFof ., ,x I
1028 A NW 68th St. died NICELY r t -"
on Furnished 1- iroom \<
March 1, at her home. Mrs. cottage 1805% NW 76 Terr.< $15 559 NW 46 Street. Open: Sun.
Ruff, a native of Ga., had lived 2-C. Lovely CBS home. Oak '
weekly
move .
right in.
Call
the floors; ,'roo ?. near Fresh Prices
years.In She Is Miami survived area by for her 16 8-2824 Sidney Goss at 444-6126 or HI bus nn'd'stores, .schools.carporte$12,200 Meat-Low .

husband, Robert; four children; .. total, $100 down. A. Bcn-Kori,
her mother, Mrs Lula Home; ROOM. Would like nice settled Realtors\ night PL ,9-5533., days eooooo oooo .
three brothers; and two sisters. man or working a people only, P.LMI3431J_ v.S. .' i* r ...++ ...a.. . . > ... . :.....+. .
Mrs. Ruff was shipped! to MelboUrne Call NE
5-1247
.1 Fid, fob final rites. Sunday. Saturday and OPENtSUtf., 2-0? See. 55G NW BEST BUYS IN TOWN: :.
'4ft( St.* New bU1 ln
!- kitchen
'CHANDLER JOHNSON, of EFFICIENCY FURN. $15 a Including ;a builtrin stove andre'frigdratbr Low Down Payment,Homes !' .

1200 NW 67th St., died on wk. Adults only. Phone 754-9213 carpets drapes,
Hurry this I CBS 3-bedroom only $71 month., J.I;
on
March 2, at Pan American Hos 737 NW 43 St awning, garage; ,plus extra
pital. Chandler, the montholdson workshop with full bathroom ousted porch, hardwood floors, utility rooms, cedar;

of, Jimmie and Gwendolyn FOR $11,000 total, $.150 \town. A. BenKori lined closets, extras. $11,500 ,total, $350 down. Owner -
Johnson, is survived by his SALE Realtor, nights PL 9-5533, closing costs. "
parents one sister; grandparents NO QUALIFYING Takeover days PL .13131.3BEDDROOM pays
Mr. and Mrs. CJ .
Johnson and FHA payments. 3-bed- ,

uncles Mr. and and Mrs. Mapp; seven room CBS, carport, front porch 2 BATH, nice Large CBS 3-bedroom, bath, dining room, appliances ', ;

were held four aunts. Services stove,, $500 down, $78 month. CBS home in nice area. large gar ge. Ths is only $11,000 total, $350"
Thursday, March 5 Move
right In. $15,000
Life Realty, total. "FHA, phone A.
at the down. No closing costs.
Range Memorial Chapel 1932 NW 7 Ave. PL '0-4371. BEN-Korl, Realtor PL 9-5533,
Open Sundays and evenings days PL 43131. --o--
MRS. IDA HARLBY of 2102
LIVE RENT FREE
Lincoln St., In Opa-locka died LOVELY
at Mt. Sinai Hospital oh, Feb. house. Four LIKE bedrooms NEW, larger GROCERY MEAT. Veg. 2 beautiful houses on 1 lot. 3 bedroom front house
three
20 Mrs, Harley will be remem- bathrooms, oversize enclosed, store, good location, good mon- and 1-bedroom rear house. See this now. $14,500

bered by the ploheer 4 citizens garage, flat tile roof, awning sonable.ey maker Come for right party. Rea- total, $1,000 down.
of see, 2101 NW
Miami having lived In the type windows: large front and 02 St. o
Miami area for more than 35 side porches, large modern M7
years. She Is survived by her built-in kitchen. We can: makean Duplex beauty, no qualifying, upper and lower, 3-

granddaughter, Mrs. Alice Allen: exceptional deal on this HELP WANTED bedroom and 4-bedroom apartments. $16,000 total,
three. tfrandfcons, John, Edward If you're looking for an outstanding $1,000 down, excellent income.
and Herman} two great-grand home. Life Realty,, GUARANTEED NY. live-In
sons, Earl ahd Leroy Allen. 4932 NW 7 Ave., PL 9-4371. maid jobs. $35-$ 5 wk. Fare -o- ..
Services will be held on Satur I Open Sundays and evenings advanced. Mallory Lovely duplex, two 1-bedroom apartments, 1 apt.,
day; at 1 P.m. at the Range I NO CLOSING COSTS. Enclosed Lynbrook, N.Y. Agency 1 completely furnished, $8,500, total, $800 down, $80

Memorial, Chapel. front and rear porches, sep- month. No'qualifying.
rate garage, freshly painted in-
JAMES WILLIAMS of 3575 side and out, refinished hardwood :! WANTED MANY OTHER GOOD' BUYSIT

Grand Ave., died on March 3. floors, appliances. Price GRAND PAYS TO DEAL WITHSHE'LL
at his t is $9,500' "FATHER'S Clock any
home. He has lived in only $200 down and
the Coconut Grove area for the $77 per month. Life Realty, condition running or not. Call REALTY
last five months. Arrangements 4932 NW 7 Ave., PL 9-4371 evenings 5 to.10 during days-
are Open and Saturdays and Sundays, 757-
incomplete evenings
at this time. Sundays.
3853.
I 4260 NW 7th Ave. 758.5551 t

5131 WILLIAM'NW 24th' .Place MALLORY, died of NO beautiful QUALIFYING.2-bedroom. Like CBS with New . . . . t t . . . ..+++..... t.' .
on
March 3, quite suddenly in W. 2 full bathrooms. Each bed- Wake up,;and Live
Palm Beach. He is survived room has its own entrance and '

his mother, Ethel, a sister Mrs.by Its own beautiful. bathroom. Receive GodVi I blessing>> each Finest Selections In :MilmiiLovely :
day from the .
Golden' IVmlms
Dorothy Allen, a brother Ben flat tile roof, wall to wall closets l .
of Patterson, La. Final large built-in kitchen, nnd Proverb) Has good fortune I "
ments arrange panned! you by, homo un- :
are Incomplete. awning windows, etc. A bargain homes t'
.
at $1,500 and $85 month. happy, lIntt pay bills, need A openNEW 1
Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. spiritual lift, wick nnd wnnt to LOW DOWN PAYMENTS 1.1. .,1
PL be! healed, doctors' have given
9-4371 Open evenings and
FOR RENT Sundays up your ease, friend you need EZ Term less Than Rant t
God. God gave tnnn herbs for "
LARGE 2-BEDROOM apt., "''II A TERMS 3-bedroom all kinds of ftlckiwfls. Rend Gen './".'.'
fenced yard, 351 NW 16th Terr CBS, HM! 1:29: Ezekiel 47:12, Psalms10L14. .'
enclosed front .
4.5705.Interested persons call NE furn
indf nalntpd inside and out. See at from have' heart nn herb trouble flint to cancer I For people who want the very finest in new can'+'

ROOM i private home. Double 744 the NW 49 St. and come around Thousands of other are may fbank belp. struction. Sunshine Homes present their, 1064': ,
corner to office for
St.$7.50 In, single $10, 1545 NW the key. Life Realty.our 4932 NW tag God today for the innny models. Beautiful 3-bedroom, 2 batths, Fla. room,,'
.
the. heart 681 lewlnpi '
of received. Head '
Liberty,.., !''' 7 Ave. PL 9-4371 Open Sun John 14 chnp. 13JrHUN St. .oak; floori., ,,.*stile roof and garage. \
: j'
rJRN. APT 'J days. he .' l'oJ., ,1
with yard a n says' will do it. Pawn this .ttj" '"
phone OX 11600. delis' to n friend. :Enclose $..
.,.., MVE RENT FREE; Tleautlful. -, "
and *
---- self addressed air
Mali'
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NEW 2BEDROOM like new CBS dunlex. 2- Humped envelope! for complete ,, 5221 NW 5th Avenue
apt. un- t
turn. Reference, reasonableFURN. ti Brooms on wh side $450' books of Psalms. and wecK'A ,J' >P 2"' eautiful' 1964 Sun.hin.t'Homea' models with 3* '
Cau -'own and' monthly' navment of
.OX 1-0'189. scripture daily lefwons. Addre
*85 Is so low that the rent to Spiritual Church of Christ,, 'bedrooms12' baths; Fla. room,; oak floors, tile roof

APT. with yard and from one side will nay It all.1 Inc. PO Box H25 T St. NW or'+'I :and built-in kitchen. .
T.fte+ polity W2' NW 7 AVP, '
!iporch. Call OX main' office. O' I
1-2426., .. .
nL n-4371. Open evening and ". +
Sundays. BISHOP E. H. McNEIL
1 AND 2 'BEDROOM "apts. un-
'furn., efficiency'furri. large ?,frd 6426 T St:, NW, or 545 NW 48th StreetCBS
J'VOm. modern home, car-
:'rooms and 'quiet. 7850''/NW 12 cart, fenced b:'''k yard hard 907 YOU Street, NW 3-bedroom, Fla.. room, oak floors and appliances.

Ave.., or call PL- 8-0565'afer'' 5p.m. ''mod floors, nice location for Washington, D. C. $400 down. FHA. terms. No closing costs.
11', .: nlv !W!) wonth, Small down '

r vmpnt. 7750 NW 9 Ave. Call 1 ...........-..-..-...... --..- --..- ',' ; .
FURNISHED 2-bedroom duplex "CJ on this' one, it's a hpauty. r : .
: adults or will take child 'pnster Realty PL 0-8779. 331 ,NW 46th StreetCBS
up to 3 years old. Furn. 1-bed- Custom Built Home!

room all modern. adults, phone ?-'J1F.JROO'f. h :mtv. 1enn nit *<.* '. bedroom, oak floors, garage and appliances.
MU 10325.A s n'n' on large lot 50x143. all 1 Real large 2 bedroom CBS. $350 down, FHA terms. $11,000 total price.
'IIrnl hed. total price $7,000.
VERY NICE ROOM for a visv terms Drive bv then call j Magnificent home. Walk- .

Gentleman In private home. '1'11. 412 NW 47 St. Fenster ReaL 1' in closets hardwood floors,
:5050 ?T, 9 R779.
NW 9 Ave., phone PL 280 NW 52nd Street

1-5236. o f,1T1 NICE duplexes t In owner built. All large Lovely CBS 3-bedroom, 2, baths, Fla. room, oak

nor Park arpa. Yon ran live rooms., Drive by or call uaj .I floors, tile roof and 2-car garage, $450 down, $H
COMPLETELY FURN. one- ",.nt frrp. Only $400 down.
month. FHA terms.
'bedroom j Priced right for quick sale per
cottage.,, Good sur- That's *11. FHA nnnroved Calf
roiindlncr. $15 week apply at MS for location. Fenster RealtyPL .
'19TH NW 58 St., phone NE 9-8779. 853 NW 74th St.

5-8915. FENSTER REALTY, We have largest selection of CBS 2 bd 3 bedroom
2-BED CBS' In lovely area. Allftirnlshw
!. Total price JW.S50.TCasv :' 1260 NW 62nd St.., homes in lively Manor Park.
'HOUSE, CBS 1-bedroom one- ; oavments, easy terms,
halt bath, furniture air cond. 280 NW 49th St. Drive tfv thnrail PL 9-8779 '
Patio adults only. $22.50, PL us. Fenster. Realty. PL NEWS REALTY Inc. :
7-7255
1350
NW 52nd
St.
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jfURN. or UNFURN., low rent 500' DOWN. No closing costs (Th. .roI.M that weaks 1M- ve.) .
-room house hot and cold Turn CBS home and Income Register Today! BRAND NEW LOCATION '.
water,. 1511; NW 44th St. Open 2 to 5. "
apply 634-3177. 'Beautifully furnished 2-bed 4740 NW 7th Are. PL 4-0655,
CBS home plus .$70 mo. "
in
room Books are now your
FUR.N.. 3-room house, low rent, income, better hurry this will <0.I..Isar)

hot >p1d cold water, apply NE Fell fast! Allapattah. Realty, neighborhood! precinct
HJTT I 633-0426.




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" JFK Program to Upgrade Schools Before Dade School Board




I Jack Gordon's Plan' MIAMI TIMES MIAMI.. FLA. i Tallahassee NAACPto Pearson said A Phillip Ran-

I PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1964 dolph, vice president of the

l: to Aid Negro Schools MarchA AFL-CIO, has been asked to
I I speak at the rally in Talla-

f A John F. Kennedy Memorial civil rights march sponsored hassee.
Newsmen And
Program dlslgned; to upgrade Top by the National Associationfor
Negro schools In Dade county the Advancement of Colored The march was agreed uponat

originated by county school People will be made on a meeting i/a/ Orlando Thurs-
board member Jack D. Gordon,
has come out of committee Journalists At WorkshopHigh Tallahassee March 27, state day and is to show support for
study and is now before Dade NAACP President Rutledge H. the passage of civil rights legislation
Joe Hall.
School Superintendent Pearson said Tuesday. now before Congress.

I Gordon president of Washington School .
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Loan Association of Miami Journalists To Workshop consultants: Kenneth

I I' Beach- one of South Florida's Attend Carter, copy editor, Jet Maga WILLIS B. WALDROP'S
largest, said Hall would issue zinehlcago, who passed last
his recommendations for the "Newspapers and the New summer In Chicago; ; and Lin
at the next board Holloway city editor, Norfolk
I Freedoms Recorders of the
I meeting March 4. Changing: Scene" is the theme Journal and guide, who passed RED BARNThe
January 14, at Norfolk, Va.
Once studied by Hall the pro- selected for the 14th Annual
gram would be ready for official Interscholastic Press Workshop, Final scheduled event of the
adoption and implementation which gets underway this week, workshop is the Annual Award
home of the Souse
bv the Dade County Board Thursday through Saturday; Luncheon at 2:30: p.m. Princi- Country
of Public Instruction, Gordon March 5-7. here at Florida A pal speaker at this affair will
said. and M University. 'be Cecil Newman, Minnesota Fish, Chicken and N. Y. Barbecue
As In former years, accordIng -
Gordon's original proposal to Mrs. Thelma T. Graham, newspaper editor and publish CHOICE WINESTaylor'
called for 100 Kennedy Fel- workshop director some of the er.
lowships for 19(54( college; gradu- nation's most oustanding workIng -
Duff Gordon's and
ates who would teach a year newsmen and Journalist- Harvey'sAnd
in Dade's underprlleged areas. educators will serve as guest Integration in Civil all Kosher Wines

amended by the John F. consultants during the three- Service
Kennedy As Memorial Fellowships day event.A ...-. ,t.M,.._....

Committee, the program would list of these!: persons In- "Open Mike", with HendrickJ.
Jam Sessions and
on Monday Tuesday Wednesday
provide for three over-all stepsof ,
"ludes Lowell Brandle. enter-
internship' ; Berns, will present a dis-
action including
nrtee:: writer and featured
bV student-teachers from Flo- cussion on "Integration in our ALL DAY
"olumntet. St Petersburg: Times
ride and other parts of the I. ca,, Petersburg, Fla.: WilliamFowlkes Civil Service" next Sunday
county in designated Dade managing editor, from 7 to 0")" p.m. over WMBM. 1980 .54th St. NE 5-9385
County schools. Mlatit Daily' World. Atlanta,
Ga.: Mrs. Tokl S. Johnson women The program will come as
f Gordon said would the: "hopefully internshlo editor, Thp Cn riPr. PittsMiprgh. usual live from the Hampton WATCH FOR THE RED BUILDING
, ship program Pa.: Cliff Mackav. editor House and guest will be County -
provide better trained teachers AFRO-American News- '' Manager, Irving McNair and Open from 7 a.m. to 1 am. M7
', to cope with problems of Negro naners. Baltimore. Md.: Mrs. Miami Mayor, Robert King
culturally deprived
and other
students in Dade and other Oprrl Mayor socletv.: Jet Ma erane High.
systems that will have to face *! and ass't editor. Ebony
Machine' New York Cltv
:. this problem soooner of later ;
rW'll Newman editor and pub-
particularly in major southern
.. : cities. 'I ::her. St. Paul! Recorder and -_., -'
Minneapolis Spokesman, Mlnneanolls. -
t Details of the program are as \ Minn.'

I r. folllows: Also, Ted Poston senior re- .
1, nortpr and rewrite roan, New
'It: 1. Setting un bv the Dade vnrk Post New York Cltv; .
Board of Public Instruction of Garth C. Reeves, managing Hfor. iFL
50 awards for promising and Miami Times. Miami Fla.;
t. needy Mlaml-Dade Junior College Oharles. 5. Stone. edltor-ln- ,
students for the 1964-65 ,"blpf' Chicago' : Daily "Defpndpr,
J'
college year 'under' five conditions "hlc'aao.! 111.;: Howard R Woods _
'. ; (a) That awardees teach vpcutlvp editor St. Lotus forahappychange
15 hours per week in kindergarten Argus. St. Louis. Mo.: and John =
i programs at designed 'Vright yearbook reorespnta-
school b) That they carry a Mve' Taylor Publishing: Com-
I maximum load of 12 semester nany Florida Division, St. 'w
0
f I hours per semester at Miami- 'Dptpt'Rbur
..p t- Dade Junior College c) That Many consultants from the ,
they receive a $500 salary for Tallahassee area will take part
10 months d) That they enroll ''n the workshop.
in pre-teachlng or kindergarten Registration for the workshop move
prorams at MIami-Dade starting Wednesday afternoon -
Junior College.; ) That they March 4, will b<> com-
show promise as future teach nloted bv 0 a.m. Thursday. .
ers and demonstrate some fin- The opening program will to errs
ancial need. colow! at 10 a.m. with greetings -
from Dr. George W. Gore ,
2. Hiring of five John F. Tr., president of the university: m ( (
I. Kennedy Consultants from "swald' T.amnVlns. acting: headof
other urban school systems to the FAMU Department of
act as the nucleus for the local n ?llsh\ : and Robert Alexander,
program and assist in the viUnHai representative of the
i local program by counseling i FAMUAN. Davis r.! Colllneton .
Junior college students, Dade <"*s't director nubile relations
f' teachers and volunteer groups and director of sports informa-
working i n underprivllged Mon' will preside.
i\ areas A $50,000 budget would Teynote address during the
be, established for these posts onenlng session will be deliver-
It to be nominated by Hall and d bv St. 4i
i' his staff after consulting with "'>otprsburg'' Times enterprise -'

superintendents of other systems writer. I .. :
involved. On Thursday In discussion *
1 3. Croups: Cliff Mackav and Cecil
Selecting of John F.
Vewman will 1-
spearhead "Ed
Kennedy Interns
} from Florida
\, and one of state colleges for use lorlal Writing": Mrs., Tokl S.
Tnhn
and Howard
on Woods
in$ the Dade
underprivileged
4 "Column Writing"; Mrs. Gerri
areas. The placement and
super Malor. Garth
Reeves and Ernest
-
vision
of these interns would
Fillyau, "The Photo-Fea-
be: a Joint responsibility of
'ure Storv" William
Fowlkes
their ;
college, the Dade
administrative and County ''nd C. Colllngton, "Writing the
supervisory Snorts:; Story"; Samuel E. Rus-
staff and the
.of Kennedy consultants sell, Mrs. Josie Speed, Mrs. Mar- ,
'Ion Shannon Miami and J. J, MODERN
,r MltrhPll. "The Advisor's Crush ELECTRIC RANGE
11 Role. FLAM ELESS
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Attention On Friday, Mrs. Ann Waldron ............ -!,:':f't?

Uoip Qwners will a discuss Variable"Human in Column Interestas Writ- 'toCUANINoaootnotaMano blackan g1mor4t.vlsd with the "built-1". :; .
'Ing" in the 9 a.m. Newspaper mad pans. Walls and cortaioa stay look Colors too. S oJ.
qamlify ( .
building
j Production Clinic session. At .... .
M run 8uparpaad unit start beat r' I J.
a ditions and remodeling 2 p.m. Martin Waldron will discuss .. ,,'
10 OOUrt>milaaalaai tIeotdo beat fax ioatantlr. Foods cook la less rata l'I'f1':;
' PL 4-0655..._ Newswrltlng."Politics" as a Variable. in oooka tha food-no*tbs...Goodbya ...rttaia mora flaror and vitamina. S !., "'; .

NO DOWN PAYMENTI Garth C. Reeves. James L. notOAtftilMA1ACINop1'JI 80 SAFE No open flam. No constant .. .
rupoib-uL From $5 o week iRruton and Samuel E. Russell > Db bamJqpDot1Pt&.A:4eJectricrupa! K......",_S
per will, discuss the topic "From aprinter's
toaAtaoateewti. ...iiaadamalactdo tree aDd
TERMi1F eoinplataljiron .:
JHA OR BANK Point of View: New Wio w..-imyoa "fi.\'H'
Room- KMchel In Newspaper Typogra- &WQ is foo4e.Z. .ASIC. 71f01DaD who coob e1ectrlcaIIy. r. .;.,-
Bteoom/lfiinrool : hI r 1\Jl Make-up, at 3 p.m.: .'1 WI'OQ thsTe'o DO better W87.Visit ... f I .f
sOrt tiling highlights of the 10 MOeONl Ite &aw tlactda saupa.3our.Ebctrio: Acpliana Dealer today. /4TtT- "" ..*."
I ,g0Inds Play setfijb0n..wlll be a panel ,.. .. .. r

'.' Fe> 4. 1 aii. Wiftter discussion...,Wood at: 9,Theatre a.m. in, Charles where .. '. --, .. '\ "''J1tl :-.

o News Rp nj j IlyWf! GrtUlu, (Cbarles Stone /( Qf1arns : ..?
atrtl "Mton >wlll talk on S ,, .;

( VISION) 7h ".ris {lf W Jt+ \a0l tlelAtu1m !- 'I fj .._- _

b th A INDF thief memorial:)0 a.m.service Saturday wul, be a .J I.J 'FLOIIPA I POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY!

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Dade 'Reck Students Write Justice SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1964 PAGE 16

Center NeWsThe Department
I MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA.
first half of the teenage I
league came!: to an end last About Haitian Refugees
with atr All Star
The week green team defeated game.the satisfy all the legal require- Opa-locka is alr-condltiontf,

gold team 64-47, Nathaniel Bell :students of Brownsville Jr Opa-Locka, Florida has been ments for admission to the has indirect lighting, and to

led In scoring with 25 points High School Civics Class were referred to this Service for reply United States as a permanent kept spotlessly clean. Each
followed by Phillip Wilson with concerned about the Haitian resident, family unit of which there are

22 points. The Lakers defeatedthe i refugees now being detained at three, has separate rooms for
The citizens of Haiti to whomwe
Ugly Boys 45 to 40 and won Political unrests In the Carib-
the first half. Nathaniel Bell the Opa-locka Airport and have reference had resid- the husband, wife and children.
bean
wrote to the Justice area has brought with it The food which they are servedis
hit 25 points to lead his teamto Depart- ence In the Bahamas. They
victory. Tonight starts the ment asking why were Cuban a number of problems, not the furnished by a catering service -
refugees given political least of which is the large number could have applied> for immigrant -
second half of play, the winnersof assy- and is of high quality. Cigarettes
I
this half will play the Lak- lum while the Haitians have of persons from that area visas at an American .
ers for championship.The thus far not been granted the seeking refuge in the United Consulate there Their failureto and candy are furnished
adult league had a changeof same status. The following is States. It was once granted residence do so made them exclud- free of charge on a weekly
a reply to the students in a third country that basis. Indoor and outdoor

letter. recreation -
last week with the
able when
pace is a country other than the they sought to enter
Knights defeating the El Matadors While all letters received con United States or the person's the United States. Consequently equipment has been
86 to 63 In the first game tained the same Information native country, they would this Service was requiredby made available to them. In ad.
with James Keller hitting 26 they were sent to each student not thereafter be granted a refugee Jaw to institute exclusion dition clergymen of the variotw
points. defeated The second the C"game the personally. Mrs. Enid Curtis status in the United proceedings. Those proceedings faiths visit them regularly attending
Rams Battery States. The main
Johnson Is head reason for this
75-<36. Pervis Roberts hit 30 ment. of the depart. decision Is based on thE fact are now on appeal before the to their spiritual needs.
points for the losers. that a native citizen of Cuba United States Court af Appealsand You may be sure that this

We had three winners In the Mr. Jonny Morris along with a native citizen of< whatever this decision Service will is reached abide by by Service is rendering all possible *
county wide tournament. Carolyn 2350 N. W. 75th Street Halta, is a non-quota alien. As assistance that it can under
Harvard first place, for the Miami, Florida such there is no numerical the court. the law to these
senior high girls, Gwen Gloster Dear Mr; Morris: quota limiting the number of This Service has gone to persons.
second place for Junior high immigrants from those coun- great lengths to assure that Sincerly
girls and Nathaniel Bell third Your letter to the Attorney tries. As a result of the forego. these persons are made com- ,
for senior high boys. : General concerning the citizens ing it is possible for those per. fortable while they await the 15. A. Loughran
Don't forget the 3rd annualtalent i of Haiti detained under the sons to apply for immigrantvisas final decision in their case. The Associate Commissioner
show Wednesday night Jurisdiction of the Service at in a third country and space which they occupy at Management
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The after school league is .! 0'j 0'7': \ .
coming to a close 7th grade
champs Miss Anderson, 8th 0
grade champs Mr. Andersonand .
Oth grade champs Mr. Giles.
March 17th stars track and _
field for the 7th, 8th and Oth
grades boys and girls. Startingout
with the 9th grades.


BTW School NewsSix

students will representthe
newspaper staff of BTW at
the annual Interscholastic Press a' 1 S w, I ,, 4 M Y) 1'
Workshop in Tallahassee this
week. Nettie Smith, editor; Emily -
Black co-editor; Percival
Brown, Raymond Austin, Ben-
rile Harris and Julia Allen. The
group will travel via bus with
Miami Northwestern and North.
Bade newspaper staff members.
Mrs. Marian H. Shannon, adviser
: to the Washington staff will'
:accompany the group.

Drama group superior at UM _
Festival. BTW Thespians ____
presented a monologue by Patricia
Kelly; _"and, the "Zoo 9 ':
Story" featuring William Green !

and awards Reginal at the Burton annual to Univer-capture I Hampton Instutite Choir In i

sitv of Miami Drama Festival Community School Going Great at BTW
FeW 27.29. Mr. Leroy Washing. !
ton is director. I The Junior Great Books DIs- are fast proving themselves as
Southest Regional Basketeers I Concert Here March 25tli cussion Group met Thursday, one of the most popular and
Tournament will be held at At. Feb. 28, and had an interesting superior teams in all Dade Coun
tucks High March 4-7 in Dania. Miamians have the rare opportunity the greatest singing voice in discussion of Huckleberry Finn. ty. I
Participants Include :Mays, Carver I of hearing the renowned the nation. Miss Dorothy May- The group is comprised of Oth On Feb. 12 the ladies all its >
BTW. North .Dade Dillard Hampton Institute nor is a product of the Hampton and 10th grade students team of Dado County played th< '
and Attucks. Blanche Ely. BTW Choir March 25 at IVTW High Institute Choir. and meets every second and Broward County All. Star tear..
and Attuck are to play the School Auditorium. The con- fourth Thursday from 0 to 8 In the gym; you guessed it, th<
first Wednesday. Mr. W. cert is sponsored by Miami Each year tho choir appearson pm. Mr and Mrs. Harry Mc- Dade County All Star team woi
J. Stirrup game is Tournament DI- Chapter of Hampton Alumni. radio networks for the United Cartney are the discussion Congratulations! to the wome
Negro College Fund and leaders. who went to Broward Count}
rector. students A vital force in music since Willlamsburg Christmas program The Les Charmants enjoyed and Key West thus representing
Seventh are
grade have 1870, Hampton's nationally acclaimed ; and the group has appeared receiving gifts from their our wonderful Dade County
continuing activities. They
choir still holds the at Carnegie Hall, the "Heart Sisters during Valentine rho Community School wlihei
'shave one on visited many the field U.trips S. ,Coast they oustandlng reputation for excellence Library of Congress and on the Week. The group will entertain I to thank all of the BTW Facu,
Art in performance and Voice of America Broadcasts themselves and guests at a St. ty for the magnificent support
'Guard Lowe's
Air Station, creativity. The composing and Patrick Day Social to Ito heldIn given on last Saturday night
'Gallery and the Merry Go- arranging of the late Dr. R. For the first time citizens the school's cafeteria. which enabled many of our stu-
Round Playhouse. Among the Nathaniel Dett, internationallyknown will be able to witness the unique Members of the "]{ dents to enjoy the wonderful
future activities 'are: To see composer is a potent direction of Dr. William basketball team in the Community "Ballet Spectacular" at Dade
the Harlem Globetrotters FrI- part of the choir's repertoire.As Stoney who was appointed director School Men's League County Auditorium.
day night, they are scheduledto head of the music depart- of the choir In 1003. He
meet the "trotters" following ment and director of the choir Is a former teacher at state
the srame; to see Holiday on I Dr. Dett travelled to many' college In Missouri and Minne ,,.. .,.-..;., ," ,. ,. SEE TUB WORLD'S
Ice Show. The Museum of European countries with the' sota. graduate of Harvard and p, GREAT PROPHET
Science and Natural Historyand choir. Performing before roy- State University of Iowa, Dr. A True Leader.
to visit Barry College. 7th alty musicians and music Stoney has studied and taughtin 4 ; 35: Years of Experience
graders are also looking for- lovers, the choir received International -i Europe and has served as an ; iii''hop Hunter in well known a*
ward to the April Achievement' acclaim. officer In the United States Air ; PROF. HUNTER
Test. Today the group boasts of Force.
The night of culture films I t' ; If you are sick, worried or ta
which are shown on Wednesday Donations for this programare ; .,; trouble thin In the place to come
evenings draw very good at- will compete with others and being accepted by, the Miami Don't may In the rut, push back
tendance. All students are askEd according to the value of their Hampton Alumni. Patrons .j. the veil of bad luck that Hem.i. .
to take advantage of this receive a rating; the may also present donations at .t' to hold you in your track, and
event. A special assembly will public project is always invited to wit the door. Mr. Carl A. Williams M!.<, :Jif" q? advance forward by the help of
the presented the newspaper ness events at BTW. is local Chapter president. staff in observance of National j :: who has 35
; : ):, Prof. Hunter year
Negro Newspaper Week, March ; Jf tM'/7 I ;of experience In spiritual and
:12. Invitations will be extend'ed %
hone
TRADE a LlUi' / occult science. Make your
to Journalists to be present FOR SALE OR happy. He will show you bow.

BTW cagers ended their basketball for you. Conic one, come all. Healing Weo
season Feb. 28. The bv ca- SMALL DOWN PAYMENTNew nesday at the Spiritual' Temple of Zion, Inc., 6417 ITUtit.
'ger defeated a
varsltv was ., Went Hollywood, Fla. 7:30 p.m. I IJ
score of 60-55 by Blanche Ely.
The Junior Varsity defeated custom-built 3-bedroom home
Blanche Ely 3934. In the results -
of the track meet held at Tile Roof Terrazzo Floors Central Heat

Mopfe Park, Feb: 29, the team
6 defeated by Carver 60-48. AJJ tile Bath Vanity Factory Kitchen
rents are reminded of the
PTA meeting March 11. All Built-in Oven Tile Sills Garage
parents are asked to come out =
and hear the report of theO Awning Window City Water
state meeting. President,
Archie L. Ayers Jr.. will makea SEE'
report of the PTA Congress.
-- "Trie,Science Department is 2901 NW 50th St. MiamiOR J
ready to show student projects 5417 S.W. 17th Street Hollywood, Florida

display March 5.In All room projects of the will science be on CALL: MR. MURRAY UN &1331 1 mile east Bate Road 441 3 mile west of Hallandale OB

section. The best protects will north tide of the road. Office hour 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. faBaay
be sent to represent BTW and BUILDER n 1 indf 1 to 3 p.m. Licensed by State and County. Reading daily.North :

the .owner at the County Scl- .
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f. MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. (J'..f.1MN Par: -and l ,Birdie' .:Club North DadeThespians Rose Jeannle Smith; Arnetta as Marie Phllllpi; M a and r"y

PAGE 16 SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1964 Tournament March 8 to Present Carson and Irene McCombs as

The Par and Birdie Club will Louise.. Bernadette's mother;
F'Fx ,p,,..... .,.......,......- .......... ...,u. hold its 4th annual Golf Tournament "Song of Bernadette"The and Bernard Stuart and Bernard -
at Miami Springs Sun North Dade High School Cooper as the father.
day, March 8 at 8 a.m. All Thespians have selected "The '''The characters: 'of the moth.
members must be signed in by I Song of Bernadette," a religious er Superior ",will: be played by'
K 8 a.m.. drama. In three acts, as Hazel. -Klrkland( ahtt, June Wil-
Spearing Tho Trophy Ball and B6n- he(, major ,production for the liams. Gladys' Perry and Gloria
quet ; current school year, It was announced AaamsHPoftrays= the strIct'
the Double beginBar in mhe I by: Charles' D. Wyche, Sister Vauzous

''' Parisian Room on NW( 79th. ,.St.j ,principal Supporting roles for this

R With Sportv ts and. 7th Ave. !I The play will be presented on outstanding drama will be
.
friends
.1j # Members may the bring 11ana.uet.and March 25 and 2G at 8:15: pm. played by Leroy Meadows,
:.tp'tJ1kropart",1n" Wednesday and Donna Cordero, Sharon Hudson
Thursday ...
,\' By IIAttRY SPEAR...... enjoy1. .a finfloor. show ,and in the school auditorium in Janet Woods, Patricia
p --- 'dancing"after tne trophy
r ... ... _........':"' _-....._..... I awards. J{ C. Wilson, :president; Opa-Locka. Essix, Anthony Ambrlster AlvIn -
"" -- - Louise Lamarr ,
T- > --- Jones, Sadie -
,:I lion iu. 'Joumament; dir c- The plot tells how the visionof Norris Ernestine Merchant .-
,
that the heavyweight ) Joey Maxim, King T.'bsirislcyRocky ; 'Dare "fr. ,
.Now ; -r f the Virgin Mary appearedto Mitchell Fur
.r Henry Marjorie
Marciano Joe LouIskandmany ;
fight is and ,
championship over : the
w' a 'young gW during
Camell Hatton.
..... low
others.Now MetsWith
is through making -
everyone R1. I; ,' ... kty' ,' I 19th century. :.
excuses of the outcome, your : : ; I; .Heading the huge cast in The cast also includes Glo-
columnist, 'with other" greats let's get back to POWERShas ourr local l Mr ttf,1k.n, tog'0, ii principal rojes are Janice ria Davis, Cassandra Smith,
'had Clay picked all the way. talent: JERRY khe'Royal': -.v: : Wom 1\'n's Ryles and Roberta Davis who Kathleen Phillips, Erma Spot-
"
In Twenty
As you read In }jny ,column been' the busiest fighter : play Calvin Dor- ford, Coretha' Best, Irene Lan
weeks before the fight took the last: year having had. 33 Club: held, its freguwrifmeetlngat I sett and Bernadettei Ronald: Harvey as ier, Claudia Glover, Teresa I
home Mrs.
the of Edna
of bouts winning a good many:
place. I had watched both Gates Theresa
Dean Rigby Eugene ,
Cul--
Peyramale Anthony
:-MJngo ,758 NW 78th St, on' Sonday ;
I l 14.
them train from the beginning. and drawing Smith '
.
Owen
t .1eb. 23, Mrs. Holton, club mer and Prince Williams as Kemp, Barbara ".
; the Chief of Police Diane Carter, Linda Hatton and .;
the ;
The TIMES was one of JERRY WEINBERG, promoter president presided.
Smith Lloyd Robinson.
few papers that picked Clay to and 'announcer for the past a;,M>j Jenkins has and Prlscilla Adams as
win. Here are some of the 38 years is now announcingat been reused from the hospitaland "
irea.ts< { who were right: the Little River Auditorium Is 'presently recuperatingat .'
't.' Jack Sharkey former heavy. home.
weight champ, Jack Dempsey BILLY laid off for The annual club dance will HOMES DIRECT FROM OWNERS

former heavyweight champ, 15 months with a bad leg, is in be held April 3, at Bayfront ,
Henry Cooper British heavy- training again and getting into Auditorium, a night of fun is No closing cost Best buys Open Sundyft
weight champ, Lou Nova former shape. Billy was always a good anticipated.The .
heavyweight contender, Willie crowd pleaser. He Is managedby charming hostess delight. 534 NW '52nd Street
Pastrano light heavyweight George Rothseiden. ed her guests with a delicious
champ; George Parnassus boxIng : repast. The after-meeting social FHA $450 down. Gorgeous, huge l loi. CBS air cond.

promoter at L. A. Vince WILLIE PASTRANO work- hour was further highlighted stove, refrig., wall to wall carpeting, nice, FU.
Martinez, welter who boxed Ing hard for his defense of with and
fun
games Live for only
here, veteran trainers and title against Gregorio Peraltaat for all. room, plus extra house for .income.

managers Pete Mello, and Man New Orleans April 10. Lou The next meeting will be $50 per month including tax, insurance.,

nle Seaman who trained Joe Gross is his trainer held at the home of Mrs. Alice 535 NW 52np[ Street
both .
Louis and Benny Leonard t Lucas 3576 Grand Ave, Coco
were champions of their divisions The whole boxing: world nut Grove, Sunday, March 8. FHA $350 total down, 3-bedrooms, porch, garage, .
; Lou Gross, Pastrano'straIner mourns the death of former Mrs. Ermatlne Holton, Pres. carport, fruit trees. 60x148 lot. Extra special below
therefore, everyone was light heavyweight championGus dent '
not on the wrong side of the Lesnevlch. He was champIon Mrs. Ethel Peavy FHA value if sold today
fence, the trouble was they all i of the world for seven years reporter 2126 NW 47th Street
made Liston immortal and and was liked by all. May his '.
superman but the above men.. soul rest in peace 3-bedroom. Bargain! Only $10,900, $600 down,
_.___
cents each first
"I on a come
'
11VJIICLL did not.Yes I right in. No red ''tape. Fla.
,, on serve basis. Facilities In the move waiting, no room,
it folks! Casslus "The' ?Bp the local level Is Annex will match those In large living and dining room, 8 closets.
oh the I
the upswing. With Surf- J
Great" Clay, is the greatest. side' Community Center get- other only difference parts of the being,:stand the, distance the- 4425 NW 8th Avenue
Never before In
heavyweight ting"off to a fair start in its '
boxing history has an odds on Inaugural show two weeks ago t from the finish line Huge 4-bedroom, 2 bath beauty. Move right in, no

underdog come home a victorin and' is ready to go again on a remains Regular at grandstand$2 with $4 admission for the waiting, air cond., stove, refrigerator, corner lot,
such sensational fashion that \: basis. Bunche
semi-monthly; Clubhouse. .$1,000 down. .
garage. ]
left the boxing world stunned ' i
Park Arena' getting off to a'
with surprise. Many ringsiders good start rand, will run onWednesday' stream's RECORD racing PURSES. this-season Gulf- 6721 NW 29th Avenue '
remained in their seats Just nights,' and '"Pan
promises to be the best in its
what staring,had and not able to absorb America Arena, Dinner Key .history with a record ,$1,770- 3-bedroom CBS "like new1', 75x100 lot, carport,
happened Auditorium
Only one and North Miami
other heavyweight championship Beach Auditorium getting set 000 in overall purposes and a brand new kitchen. 'If you) have'$2,000 down, payments

changed hands with a de- for future boxing shows, this new MEETING high for stakes HIGHLIGHTS of $435,000. are only $70 per month. Less down payments,. '
tided underdog.t the' victor. That area can well develop Into the Gulfstream Park $90 month. '
Handicap,
was when Jimmy Braddock the
fight center of the nation. It $100,000 added, mile and a
"Cinderella Man" lifted the Is reminiscent of New York quarter, Saturday, March 21, See these fine homes before you buy
crown from Max Baer's head
some years ago when: fans
three-year olds! and Donn
while an eight to one underdog could witness a boxing attrac- Handicap, $50,000 added up mile Call Owner direct! WI 5-9886
In the betting. From here it tion
every night In the week. I r
.looks like the sport will benefit and a half on the turf, Satur-
greatly with Clay the day, March 28, threeyear olds
as we predict he champIon will be- Gulf stream' Park and up. Florida Derby,, $100.- :
I the biggest 'name In the 000 added, mile and an eighth, i Ford Real Estate Specials! '
sports :
4 for three-
world since the days' of Jack 1964 FactsBy Saturday, April :
year olds; Pan American Handicap
Dempsey.. HARRY SPEAR i $25,000, mile and aneighth SEE US TODAY. WE WILL HELP YOU,. WITH .

For comparison sake, Clay Is Dates: March.4 through, April Saturday, April 19, for THE FINANCING! '.
the ;"Greatest" now, but Joe 13, ""w ;" ,three-year olds and up. ( ..
Louis Is the "Greatest" ever.. ''TWIN'DOUDLE.o'GUtfst. : :: 'e m IMPROVEMENTS New DOWN PAYMENT 'STARTS'AT $100. y ; !
Casslus has .entranceway for patrons In $1 4 pi ...1:. 4'4ip'0
a long way to go [3 ;offering tbfc \\.t'twto, double +
'* '
f' ,i before he can fill. the. ('Brown, form of, wagering, that, affords. .Annex section, two new entrances ';:ti r? .f,):;tJf... M. W
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'," 'Bomber" shoes.. '' 'to ,grandstands off .':r:
t atrona an _opportunity"I to ,wjn k
: ',Ui &<*Ulprpndstand! ,painted in 1-1228 NW 42nd St. For rent. 1-bedVoom hou* .
"
*j t fabulous ; ,sums <*na t$3,;Ibqv> .l ." ,
jf '.GOMEO: BRENNAN, Britishmiddleweight Twin 'dq ces, wWpaitnej: fiasteVWdearV: newgrandsfahd" : $18 week. 3: (,fi.. '.'fl
'. 'stXtli. seats installed. New .
'' champ' training fifth and Ifor'( ihS first IU.; .: ';. )
''.: at Ctty;. St.' Gym for his fight' in ',half) and the, eighth d, nkitti sprinkler# system in,turf course 2-U44 NW 37th St. Nice<< house. $20 week. i .", ) :
'i .New*' Zealand with TUNA (fr..tbs.ie( L..hA1f.) ;AA.tr' ; "and new drainage" system on "'; p :
SCANLON March ,12 for the tracks twin : *fJayoffs main'track; Barns re-roofed. 3-4846 NW 16th Ave. Urge. house. $22 week.
British title., have gone as high as r$79,000 New rest rooms erected in "" '
and with Gulfstream's ""antici barn area. Tack rooms renovated 4-3061 NW 55th St. 3-bedroomi.S20iltepk.a: +r'
LOUIS 'RODRIGUEZ round- pated larger handles on the and major traffic arter- .,1" It; it l.'tt(t d., a
Ing into .shape for another "twIn double, payoffs may soar ies resurfaced. 5-1064 "NW 61st St. 3-bedroor; "g 'rCiown.,+, .
crack at the 'welterweight title 'o the $100,000 Htft .$150,000 Among the current racing '

which ,he once held' on June range. ,. stars, both horsey and .human, 6-2959. 'NW, 57th, .-St.- a-bedroorilt' JlSb'down.
12 in. Las ,Vegas. JiLrv-i. : filatecUtocompete'' Mango,' ''II
.. 'NEW' Sunrise Flight,. ,.,Admiral Vic, 7--3154' NW 57th'Si.; 24>* rooms., $ISO down.
I CY-'A..k gqn Bow. Northern Dancer

his. Feb.new 9 'Pan BUDDY. ,American PACK Audi opens' ;and : RAm.,Brother:, ,,HIM ,Rise'Wld ,8-1735.'NW, 68th: St. EZ terms., Brand new 3bedTOOIII -,
.annex, tt..tll; artPDeb BW Sboemak. ,
h torium, with an *all-star boxing Admission to,this section'' will er;'''J301! 'y e!XWalt:(: ; Blum home..
,
show featurlnir STORMY be $1. including, Jill taxes.;"In 'ohri'1.nmr" ..Marltfel '''YC3a;; I
WINTERS and JACK GILBERT addition, in eectlonf-TJbx: : Braullo. Baeza and, .Bill! Har- 9-4701 NW 15th Ave. See ,this beauty today. Near

t in Stormy an, has 8-round been main classed event.with seats will be available :,at .,tie<1, Eck. -JW. *..A.rt* Manor Park school. Florid room, tile roof. '

Borne of our leading middleweights '''"' 10-744 NW 47th St. Nice'clean house. $350 down
"I" '
and Jack Gilbert has '
\ won his last two bouts at ,the ; ; lib lJ:
Little, River Club.Tlsmushould TVHOME .i1itI1I .
JET
..t i !? be a terrific : "IV We will down trade your old; house or. lot for the .. '

bout. There will be four other I payment on a new house

; bouts. Watch your, dally- SERVICE VCALLS. $1.0Q i:: :;
papers, TV, radio for the rerpalnder -
of the show. Plenty of Dayt i_l tr ..
i' parking: Let's make :.this 4.
afood
turn out. ,.'I WeHIFI's S.rvicetAij .. I See our large selection of brand"new, 3-bedroom ,

.Prices < homes. Near schools, shopping and bus line I
: are very reasonable, 'and "STER1EOS. "
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admission $1,25, rlng- -
Rent' C
, I lJde*$2. Q..,Every' seat in t h ,e We Alto I,\ R '-.

I, House' Is a ,good 'seat.t TV's by the week or month ? yo .. We are open Saturday and Sunday {r ..,

. J \! t:: alb soMe o f. the old- I. '.

J'Hete.: 'and champs who 907:' .N.W. 2nd AVENUE Ford Realty Inc .

attended the fight:; Carlos 'Or- ,, .
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tto, 'Sugar7Ray l' Robinson, Billy -,;Phone FR 4-2044<< '569 N.W. 54.th Street Ph. 7M4761' .* .
Soose '''BobbY Nett- .. .
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