The Miami times
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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 14, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00154

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,,,. ,,,, TEMPOUA\ MUTAIfTUll ET NOS MUTAMUIt\ IN ILL IS ,,, .... "

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41.t YEAR, No. 24 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY;MARCH 14, 1964 SIXTE f'' s; NEtirS


Attendance request for variance, citizens of protestors had signed the petition -
the area immediately began : the Hi-Hat Liqor Store
circulating petitions of pro- withdrew its request for variance -
Blocks Liquor Bar test; a neighborhood meetingwas with the understanding
held at the funeral homeon that It would not be re-sub- a
Floral Heights Homeowners Friday night. mitted. iA 1ti
and other interested
personsof The situation was discussedon No words were spoken from
the area crowded that
Planning Board Auditorium in "Open Mike", a radio program either side, and Floral Heights ,
such great numbers on Mon- ,: originating from the departed, jubilant in the fact :\.
day night to the Hampton House on Sunday that they had won a uSllentVictory"
open- night and at frequent Intervals'
ing of a liquor store and lounge Indeed! d, MI
on Monday by WAME and 4 ,at r d 1 a 9 $ b
that It was deemed Unneces- WMBM radio stations. o r
sary to hear arguments from
either side.HiHat Both radio stations sponsored -
announcements urging all
Liquor Stores, pres- interested persons to attend
ently located at NW 6th Ave. the Planning Board meeting.
and 20th St. which is in the POLICE
path of the North-South Ex- Floral Heights Homeowners -
pressway, was in the process began to file into the board
of seeking a variance to relocate room well in advance of the
its bar and lounge to scheduled 7.30: p.m. meeting BRUTALITY UP
6720 NW 17th Ave. directly' time and by 8 p.m. standingroom

across from the Oscar L. Range only was a premium.The ,' $
Funeral Home; and lessor:;than' Boys Claim, BeatingIn .' ; ni
the required 1,000 feet from variance for the bar-
Dade County School property, lounge was 10th on the agendabut Chief's OfficeThe
upon which an elementary and following disposal of the
2nd case, the meeting was Interrupted -
Junior high school ,is being '
Florida Spur of Fort
the chairman of the
built at present.
board observed that more than Lauderdale, in its Issue of
Upon receiving notice of the the needed 20 percent of the March 7, reported that police :
brutality In Hallandale is "in
creasing to an alarming stage."

A ,teen-age- victim who was
Mary Elizabeth Hotel treated at Broward General
Hospital said that white police I I
officers arrest Negro boys and II
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after whipping them, t take them II I

Loses License to the police department and I .
carry: them into the chief olpolice's
office and beat
t Is senior at I
Mr. and Mrs. James WhiteI l The bride-elect a
them with and '
Minors on Premises stoners who complained weeks their fists. I blackjacks I Selma, Alabama, announcethe Hampton Institute Virginia. t
ago -about the hptel. engagement of their daughter I The groom-to-be, a 1063 graduate ,
Another victim reportedlysaid ; Jewell Ettn to 111>111","' of. Hampton In.\JUtute'.J.\ ,,"--..'
Cost 120 Days Jufar3enjamin, defense attorney that he was arrested at a Reeves Young, son of Robert presently a teacher at Booker
strongly objected to carnival, and when he askedt11e Young of New York City and Ii. Washington High School.
In a uninlmous action 'Tuesday newspaper stories about the officer to let him call his Mrs. Doreen R. Young of Mi-j A summer wedding is plan
Miami commissioners revoked Mary Elizabeth and noted that mother, the police hit him on ami. ned.
the nightclub license of vice was not mentioned In the the side of his head with a pis. ----- -- -
charges tol. lie was taken to a hospital -
the Mary Elizabeth Hotel for
120 days for violations of city where he received several 10flfE
Stanley Sterbenz, city pro- stitches. NAACP MASS STATE w
ordinances. secutor; produced 'police officers 1
that identifi- The report also mentionedthe
who testified
The revocation becomes effective case of a boy and his girlfriend -
cation cards, in some Instances, J
next Tuesday, so that were obvious "fakes" and they who were arrested and HOSPITAL SEGREGATION SUIT
hotel will have timeto
attorneys also testified that minors had jailed for speeding during the I
Dade petition Circuit for Court.review by the.. been allowed in the nightclub early part of the night The Plans to file law suits within government began to demandI. "
I without any checks being madeof girl was allegedly seduced by 30 days to desegregate all hospital integration
The city had five charges In. their Identification. two of the arresting officers major public hospitals in ''Dr. George Simpson, chair.a<

volving past court action A Negro detective has inves- }Florida have been announcedby man of Miami NAACP hospital ,:' J I
against the hotel and nightclubfor tigated and has the names of I state officials of the committee, said Jackson Memo- :'' /> i .
allowing minors on the pre. the victims. At the same time NAACP. rial, Dade County public hospital *to I,,
mises. All but one received ,Negro leaders of the communIty "still makes some dlffencntlatlon .: ...
Field Robert "
State Secretary -
court convictions in placing patients. T
pressing for legal t
are action Saunders said they would ,
The Mary Elizabeth, 042 NW if necessary, to preventfurther Immediately follow up on the I Dr Kermit Gates, director of t .-
2nd Ave., has been 'owned by police brutality. U. S. Supreme Court ruling' last Jackson Memorial, said patients ? I 1
Mrs Alberta Sawyer since 192J "- week that hospitals built with' arc distributed! without I,
It has had a state liquor It- federal (Hill-Burton) money I regards to race. However, most '
cense since about- 1015, and has Roosevelt Savings must offer their facilities on an j Negroes seem to end up in the
also operated'' nightclub and Integrated basis. dilapidated cast wing 0 ward. ,

bar.The Gives 100,000 Officials of the Florida Development Last.week a Negro man who
city license granted the CircularsThe Commission the hud \been In a traffic accident,
ntghtclufc'URllowed: it to stay disbursing agency for lim-nur- was turned away front the Tal- t[
open VHW 5 a.m. Under thestateJyte Roosevelt Saving and ton funds said the Supreme lahassee City-County hospital
| *the club could sell Loan :Association last week donated Court decision would not affect and sent to the Florida A and t
boozeW 1 a.m., on weekdaysand 100,000 circulars to the }Florida in the least and M hospital, f
2' am: on Saturday. The current voters registration that they were surprised] at
action on Tuesday will not affect l4 t: campaign. Charles Hadley, a the attitude of the NAACP. Upset by the incident Tallahassee -
the state license. Roosevelt board member is Negroes have pointed 't\
coordinating the campaign that Roger Stake, assistant direc- out that nearly half million f
The hearing on Tuesday was seeks to put 10,000 additional tor of the Development Com- federal dollars went into the ".
prompted by_ Mayor Robert Negroes on the voters lists. mission, said: Tallahassee Memorial Hospital (,
King High and.. other commls-i. I i ii Hoard chairman John B. Orr "Florida hospitals take. care and that Negro taxes help to '>;\,' '.

i Jr., remarked, "It's a bargain of colored people Just like theydo maintain It.
price to pay to get our people white people There Is no Stake said, "The A and M ?, \
Jax Negroes March registered." discrimination In care." Hospital is actually better ".
Miss L'uverne. Elizabeth Hlggs, than the local white hospital." <
On City Hall daughter, of Mr. and ,Mrs. Stake acknowledged, how- Dr. R. L. Anderson, director !
Marching four abreast, more James Otis Higgs Sr., of 2350 ever, that many hospitals keep of A and M hospital, said no ;
than 250 Negroes wended their NW 55th 'Terr, and a sophomore Organized Labor on their Negro patients In sepa- Florida hospital is totally integrated 1
way through Jacksonv11le'sstreets of Benedict College in Columbia rate wards. He noted that Leon but that many offer i
Wednesday and held an S.C. will be appearing in Open Mike County (Tallahassee) and separate facilities. "But separate J
anti-segregation rally on the Cleveland, Chicago and Evan Open Mike will host HenrickJ Duval County (Jacksonville) is inherently unequal." ? } t
side of City Hall. ston, same month the Benedict Berns, will discuss Organized have some outright prohibitions -
:Many of them carried plac- Choir will perform in Wash Labor and the Negro, next Sun- against accepting Negro Anderson added, "In all fair |
ards and American flags, and ington, D.C., New York City, day night, March 15, from 7-9 patients or allowing Negro'' doctors ness to the South, however, lt> >
sang and listened to speechesby and Philadelphia- to practice, because the is easier for a Negro doctor to ,.'.., i x,
one of their preachers and Luverne Is a 1062 graduate p.m.As usual, the program will hospitals built with Hill-Bur get permission to practice In a ,
Rutledge Pearson, state presi- of Northwestern Senior High come live from the Hampton ton funds in those areas came hospital down here than It la .
dent of the NAACP. School. House. into the program before the In the North." '*#, dly
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Jobless People Needed For Training.

tion be the head of people should contact the FSEb:
to Unemployed people are urgently a
s needed by the Miami family or household and haveat Immediately, either by vMUng
Offices of the Florida State Em- three years work experience. I our offices or calling 377-2411 I
ployment Service to fill vacant Tyson said, that interested for further Information.
positions In a "earn while you 1-
learn" job training course for

111"8.IRltCIIDES:\ SMITH: March 11 with Sylvia S. Lambert transcribing machine operatorsthat THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
is confined to Christian Memo- and Samuel Stephens get- 'has been re-scheduled to be- SATURDAY MARCH 14 1964 PAGE 3
rial Hospital seriously ill 'Mrs. ting the honors March 12. Friday gin on March 23, said Harry L. ,
Smith is the mother of Luther the 13th will be celebrated Tyson, Miami Metropolitan Area
and Herbert Smith of Miami by Mildred Washington, Manager for the FSES.

and Mrs. Ruth Wilcox and Mrs. Andre Dylin Cross, Barbara said that the starting
Pearl Smith. Relatives and Dukes and George L. Sands; date for this course has been State Job Teams Visit
friends are praying for her dur- Nathaniel Dames will blow his delayed one week due to the
ing her Illness. candles out on the 14th. lack of applicants for the train-

Mrs. SARAH NEWBOLD has AND A HEARTY handshake ing. Local High Schools II III
returned to the city after to Emanuel R. Fryar Jr., upon Unless we get at least the mInimum -
spending a few weeks visiting his election to the board of number of 10 people to I
her great granddaughter, Stacy directors of Classroom Teachers take this training we well haveto The Florida State Employment --
Monlque. Stacy is the daughterof Assn. discontinue the course. Unfortunately Service's youth Job fInd- Are Honored
Pat and Roland Burroughswho for the unemployedwe ing team has Interviewed
make their home in Wash- )fro and Mrs JOHN TOL- have already discontinuedone 1,368 and tested 210 senior Fort Myers CitizensFORT
ington, D.C. BERT entertained several out- job training program for high school students during the
of-town guests and local waitresses and it would be a past several months from all
Mrs. PORTIA GIBSON recently friends at their beautiful and shame to have to shut down the high scoots in Dade County MYERS Members of I
visited her aunt and spacious home, 7030 NW' 12th another Job training opportunity in an effort to be able to assist the Palm City Elks Lodge recently -
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Ave., Sunday evening, March for the Jobless who need this them find employment cited David C. Colllngton,
Pullom of 4865 NW 21st Ave. 8. The guest list included Mr. I type of training In order to find I when they graduate: said Harry assistant director of public relations -
Mrs. Gibson, who resides in and Mrs. H. M. McNeil of Hal-I suitable employment, Tyson L. Tyson Miami Metropolitan and director of sports information -
landale. Special Mr. said. I Manager at Florida A and M
Detroit, was delighted with guests Area for the '
her two week vacation in o u r and Mrs. Bright, WashIngton FSES. 'I, University,
Magic City. D.C.; Mrs. Mary Ross, Mr. and Tyson said that we are look- I The presentation of a plaque
Mrs. Johnnie Cooper Mrs. Eva Ing for 25 unemployed people to I Tyson said that this youth honoring Colllngton for his
YWCA ANNUAL Membership \ M. Bonds, Mrs. Willie Johnson, take this seven weeks course ,' job finding team will be at Miami achievements and contributionsIn
Drive is on. Be sure and Mrs. Inez Williams, Teresa and those selected may be eligIble Senior High School from the field of public relationsand
enroll Walt, don't say you'rea Dean, Mrs. Nancy Willis, who for a weekly training allowance March 10, through the 20th sports information was a
woman take out a youth prepared such a wonderful of $27. and at South Dade High Schoolon feature of the citation program.
membership for some worthy dinner that was served by Mrs. those selected be eligiblefor March 21, to interview senior The program in which other local -
may .students who will be look-
fellow of the Willis and Mrs. Des persons were cited for their
young By way W1l1iamsi a weekly training allowanceof
lemon Ing for work In June.In .
grapevine, I'm told Mrs. Clora sert was apple $27.00.To achievements and contributionsin
M. Pearsall, principal of Orchard meringe pie. be eligible to take the addition to the terview- the areas of education, guidance -
Villa Elementary School, All the guests thanked Mrs. and religion was a featureof
training a person must be unemployed ing dates, Tyson said that the
is in the lead, securing mem- Willis personally for such tas- over sixteen years of FSES team will be conducting the dedication of the Palm
berships so far. ty repast, and a very pleasantand age, and since this training is aptitude tests at the following City Elks Year Book, founded
enjoyable evening. and compiled by Roman B. Roberts -
more advanced technically than high schools during the month:
GET, WELL WISHES> to Sam the usual starting courses, an Mays, March 10,...Edison, March .
Grant, who is hospitalized.Sam's Mrs LILLIE HALEY and applicant must be able to type 11, Booker T. Washington Other honored with citations
better half is Naomi, past family are in Tallahassee to attend 35 words per minute.To March 12, Palmetto, March 23; during the testimonial dinner
basileus for local Alpha on Saturday the funeralof Central March 25 North Dade
our receive a weekly allow- ; included: Dr Henry Gilmore,
Kappa Alpha chapter. Knight her, who sister was, a Mrs.visitor Mabel here ance a trainee must meet the March 20(\; and G. W. Carver on dean of Dunbar Center of Edi-
March 31.Tyson ,
during the Thanksgiving week above requirements, and in addi- son Junior College; Jeremiah '
OUR BUSINESS MANAGER, end. At that time Mrs. Haley said that students who Primus, principal of Dunbar Sen ;)
Garth C. Reeves off to
had just returned home aftera will be looking for employmentwhen for High School; Mrs. Elizabeth
Tallahassee last weekend whenhe
.served as a consultant for two week stay in the hos- Dugie's Guest HouseThe they graduate should lair C. Stallworth Junior principal High-Elementary of Dun-

the Newspaper workshop at pital. take advantage ,of this opportunity -
School; and the Rev. R. D. Dickens -
Florida A and M University. (The Rev and Mrs. MARION house of unusual rooms to sign up;,wIth the FSES pastor of Trinity M. E.

ZEALY of Augusta, Ga. .were Open 24 hours NE 4-3851 now, so they can get a head Church. Music for the occasionwas
THE ANNUAL PROM of the recent visitors to bur city Seeing is BelievingSee start on finding a job when provided by the Dunbar
King of Clubs on last Fridayevening : spending two weeks with Mrs. Junior College and High School
they are out of school.
was a most enjoyable : Eddie Daniels, well known wel us for clean rooms choruses. I
affair. The prom brought several I fare worker. Mrs. Zealy, sister Tyson, added that by knowIng
out-of-towners to our city I I of Mrs. Daniels, is a teacher in Jamaica Dugie, always a how many youths will l Ito
for the weekend. I the Lucy Laney High Schoolof friend looking for work, and in what bor market, thus cutting down i
Among the outoftownersat Augusta. 2941 N.W. 47th St., Miami occupations: the FSES will be on the length 'of time these
the table of Mr. and Mrs. I Continued able to start location jobs for youths will be out looking for A
on Page (
Daniel R. Francis (the presi-- I'them before they enter the la- employment.
dent) were Mrs. Mae McRae I
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owner of McMae's FuneralHome )JII.t: J.III! -:"k.J.,.:! !IIIj l''< "'!tt -"
of St. Petersburg;; Mack Iota Phi Lambda l
Wolft of Camden. S. C., broth-
er-in-law or Mrs. Maude Reidof
Rishmond Heights. From Green Tea March 15'

Jacksonville same Mr. and
Mrs. T J. Scott and Mr. and Gamma Alpha Chapter, Iota
Mrs. Fred Clayton of West Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc., and
Palm Beach drove down for their friends will coverge at
the evening, Atlanta's Mr. and the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Luther E. Frazier (own- Sherman Smith, 4771 NW 8th
ers and operators of the famed Ave., on Sunday March 15,
Cafe Society) houseguests of from 4 p.m."until 0 p.m. for a
the Francises, also attendedthe "Green Tea.

prom. Proceeds from the affair will
go toward the chapter's scholar-
HAVEN'T YOUR HEARTH ship fund. One of the most
Swelled with pride as we ob- highly encouraged purposes of '
served our Girl Scouts celebrating I the sorority is to promote Inte- I I'I
National Girl Scout rest in business education '
Week. Girl Scout Leaders, we among high school and college j sE s/
salute you because it is girls. With this purposes utmost W
thru your volunteer service in the aims of the sorority L1
our girls receive their train programs at the national, regional .
ing. and local levels arc ,
I planned to this end.
Mr. and Mrs. ROBERT CART I The public Is invited to at- IpAN
RA WAY of Oakland, Calif, tend this affair and help the ASSOC pT1 N
were in our city on Monday sorority in its scholarship fund
enroute to Texas for a week'svisit drive. '
before returning to Cali 1
fornia. The Carraways, friendsof )-
the Dan Francises were in play this beautiful fREE bumper strip t
Miami for the Liston-Clay ; J. A. SummonsREAL ton
farce I mean fight. While in your car and- DRIVE SAFELY. I If you are seen ,i. : ,
this the Carraways en- .
Joyed area a Caribbean tour. The ESTATE driving courteously and safely by one of our Franklin I "

Americana served as their home INVESTMENTAPPRAISALS Federal will be cash j
tfese in Miami. Spotters you given a prlz.

York at the bedside of his NE 4-6875
mother, Mrs. Ro e Colebrookwho You don't even need a savings account at Franklin Federal. te qualify I
is critically ill.
1S99 N.W. 53rd St.

sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. Miami 42, FIa. '
"Friendly FRANKLINwhere SERVICE comes first
Mr. Brown'sbrother
Leroy Brown. -V imt
died this week in New '

York City. / FRANKLIN 44


.,' each of you celebrating birth- / .... ..FEDERAL Rate Pe YMflWJiMvi f.
days this week. Jefferson Register Today! oS: Comp und i Quarwny' r-
Reeves Jr. Carl A. Williams, '' .;<
Willard Hart, Ergeina Rah- 'Book are now in your SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI cwt ':' _

ming, Jane D. Lewis, and 1001 N.W. 3rd AVENUE 371-7652 F .e a

Judith A. Nesbitt, Virgil Rog- neighborhood precinct uun -, ,

ers II, Erma L. Frederick, r ,

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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1964 Lincoln National Bank Well Received Honored on Her Slst
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Miamians are proud. of the honor of having the BirthdayMrs.
first racially integrated national bank in the south. Thispride

', at MrRaUp, 'r. 94 was vividly displayed this week when announce- Ida M. Dorsett of 3243
_.ch,, : ment was made that the original capitalization of NW 43rd Terr of Brownsville
was highly honored Tuesday,
50,000 shares had been subscribed in a record twoweekstime.
night March 10, with a SUr-
prise birthday party honoring
II. K. SIGIHMUND: UKKVES" : dttor-and- "'PuhlfoherG.1HT1I ---- So many Miamians, and especially Negroes were her on her 81st birthday.
stock too The affair was given by her
disappointed because their application for was
REIdVES> Managing Editor
..__. sought and received children, grand-children, great.
--- --- Lincoln organizers per-
late that the
i grandchildren, daughters and
Member of the National Newspapers Publishers Association i
_.- ---.-- mission from Comptroller of the Currency James Saxonto sonsinlaw.This .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES raise the capitalization to $600,000.We certainly was a big sur-
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 are happy that so many Negroes are taking ad- prise for her after having been

Entered a* Second Class Matter, August 0, 192T at the Post Officeat vantage of the $''10 a share stock. It is the first time that shut-in streamed for down sometime.her olive Tears
Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 bank stock has been offered for sale to Negroes in Miami. face when she triedto complexioned -
The of Lincoln National Bank to Edison blow out her 81 candles.
Main Office' at 6740 r.W.. 15th A\'el1ue-rhonc OX 1-0121 coming
Downto-vn Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR 3-2236 Center will breathe new life into the Edison Center busi- I Gifts, card, money her and tokens
were presented by her
ness district. Several Negro businessmen from downtown older daughter (Mable).
POLITICAL Miami are considering moving into the area in view of Mrs. Vivian Davis a memberof
the coming downtown expressway. I the family acted as spokesman
Speaking in Miami on Monday in support of the
for the affair.
Lincoln will be located, next door to Roosevelt Sav-
Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation Adlai Stevenson
: I A huge, beautiful and decora
ambassador to the United Nations, said that "the ings and Loan Association, said to be the fastest growing tive living room rug was a
greatest danger to world peace is the failure of nationsto Savings and Loan in the southeast. Target date for open- special gift from the children,

comprehend and. cope with the race issue the issueof ing is April 15. more.The
human rights. children

"There is plenty of evidence that subversive forcesare NOTE BOOKThis

at work to divide whites and non-whites," said the week Ye Editor received an interesting letter JPPJJYIONAY; .

ambassador. from the Rev Augustus Roker of Muskogee\ Okla. Fr. 'r', I
He believes that an important segment in the foun- Roker WANT TO GO
after many years of service, retired from the ,
dation will be establishment of research center to study
priesthood 11 years ago, but continues to give limited
the human rights question to try to eliminate in all service. TO AFRICA?

countries, the causes of discriminaion and to providecures. ,
He and Mrs. Roker are contemplating living in a Miamians between 10 and 30,
warmer climate and have Miami under consideration. who wish to visit development
Mr. Stevenson is one of the nation's most outstanding countries in Africa, Asia and
personages. We will probably hear his suggestion discussed ",. A Bahamian by birth, Fr. Roker received his early the Middle East this summer
and con. training In Nassau under the tutorship of the late James should apply Monday.

At pro the present time the United Sta'tes Senate has McCraw Reeves, principal of the school at Sandilands, I Lars Carlson, field represen-
Village for tative for the Experiment in
before it what is known as one of the most important many, many years. International Living, will Interview -
pieces of legislation since the First Bill of Rights became .b interested persons at 4

law The Civil Right BilL Enjoy the best in Live Theatre p.m. in the library' of the Uni
After so much has been said, written and done on versity of Miami's 730 Dormi-
Enjoy an evening of laughs with .
withheld from tory.Founded
behalf of the millions whose rights are < 1 in 1032 with head-
them, it is somewhat disappointing to find a bloc of THE SRO PLAYERSIN quarters in Putney, Vt., the
Southern Senators fighting to defeat this bill. Nevertheless Experiment sends more than
''we must remain optimistic until the end. 3,000 persons to 38 nations

The Civil Rights Bill might still pass the Senate.. If (The hysterical Broadway comedy hit) small every groups summer.for They about travel eight in

it does it will bring about more respect for our Southern' weeks and spend part of the
Senators.But. BLITHE ..SPIRIT"UV time living with foreign fami
remember they must show some fight, in orderto lies. Cost of the trip is moder-

please. some of their constituents who are opposedto NOKL STARRING CO1Vc\IU) ate.There are openings for
the bill. groups going to Ghana, Nigeria -

week the Miami\ Times wants to remind our WITH Egypt.

readers and the general public of an organization in our C. Austin Browne Ruby Emanuel Betty Murphy ;:ss***;*: :::?! = =

community that is doing a splendid job, but is not re- Directed by Raymond Aranha
ceiving the support from the community that it deservea LIBERTY Broward
That organization is the G. W. Carver Branch YoungMen's x
Christian Association of Greater Miami. 6306 N.W. 14th Avenue County a

The very name Young Men's Christian Association FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1964 News

should be sufficient to create much interest among the Curtain Time 8:30

citizens of this community because it is primarily for the Adults: $1.00 Students 50c

benefit of our youth. While many of our youth are enjoy- (llefrohhmcnlslll bo wrvecl nt ho end : ByWnllf'
ing the 'Y' program and its facilities, there are hun- ) Howe
dreds who should and are not doing so.
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There are too many of our young people with idle '
hands and idle minds during their leisure time, who have The South Florida VFW
a way of getting into trouble, if for no reason than to es- Modernistic 8195 will meet at Bowe's
cape from sheer boredom. The YMCA can rid them of SW 17th ., Sunday,Shop March, 4414Sl 15
their boredom by involving them in constructive group ac- at 5 p.m All members are ask.
tivities which give them a sense of belonging which is (2) Model Homes in Estate Area ed to be present.

so vitally Important: and at the same time, meet their The
1. Magnificent spacious 2 story, 3-bedroom of Hallan-'
individual needs through various recreations, spiritualand dale and West Hollywood
2Yz baths wall-to-wall are
educational programs. over- planning theIr "Come as You
sized rooms, utility room and carporte Are" dance next
These are the formative years of our people and it night, March Saturday
21 Clt
is during these years that we, as citizens, must be con- $19,300 I Ham oo Club in Hallandale.the n 1 g

cerned with the development within our youngsters, last-
ing values of Christian character, and appreciation for 2. Breathtaking Ranch Home, 4 bedrooms, amlelleachoanda of North Ml-
doing things in Christian, decent and honorable ways. 2 baths, family room, screened! patio, car of W graduate

The fact that 45 per cent of the crime in Dade porte, utility room, sliding glass doors and left on Marcha12 for theSchool,

County is caused by young people under 18 years of age, wall-to-wall carpeting $18,300 eight Islands' to Join the Marines for
is enough to shock the people of this community out of months basic training.

their complacency. It should bring us to realize that IMMEDIATE. POSSESSION Walter A. DowC', Yours Truly,
crime and immorality are not confined to the larger metro- ---- will celebrate his birthday on
politan cities, but are also prevalent !under our very eyes. BOTH homes have Central Heat Tile March 17.
baths Formica Cabinets Awning Windows ::: :::: ::: =: ::: :: : ::: :
Mrs. Marie F. Brown and Dr. Edward J. Braynon ::;: ::;: :::
i Jy., are the dedicated leaders of the 1964 MembershipDrive. Tile Sills Gold Shower Doors Vanities MNo Credit Worries

They accepted the leadership of the Membership Fully Landscaped. Many more beautiful

Campaign because they have a deep concern for mental, features! Re-establish Credit Plan
spiritual and physical development of the peoplein
our community. The greatest need now is your sup-
port! If correctly informed, 'the half-way mark ,of the AREA OF DISTINCTIONHigh '56 Chrysler, like new $95 Dn.

goal of $6,500 has not been reached. Certainly, in a city and Dry ')R C'ht'v wagon $105 Do.

the size of Miami, it would seem to be within easy reach. FHA or Conventional Financing I '57 Olds H. T. $93 Dn.

Members and interested citizens are urged to help the 60 Ply Valiant $193 Dn.
YMCA.reach: its goal. 11215 11225
Washington Blvd. I 1.58 Olds Cony $195 jn.
Community leaders, ministers, and other interested 5t Aid
citizens' are urged to be a part of something that can Richmond; Heights Estate Homes : 50 Buick 4-dr H.T.D.T.IS$25 Dn. .
make an important difference in the lives of our boys and t, AH type Dn.
girls. The dividends you put into the life of a boy or a (BUILT BY PENX-GEORGIA: ., Inc.) I{ $15 Dn..
girl have the possibility of growth beyond our fondest I A & Y Auto Sales

dreams. Phone 238-0521 1482 NW
. Join the YMCA today!LIn: ,doing so, you will be help- I 36th StreetWE
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SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1964 :

Spearing Caught In METRO, OPENS

Schlitz ContestDespite FIRST GOLF !

With Sports weather during wet, cool Feb.,and fishermen windy COURSE t*TONIGHT! .

along the lower East Coast Metro Dade County dedicates Its .
By HARRY SPEAR managed to catch 23 award- first golf course at 9 a.m. Friday -
fish In the fourth annual March 13, with ribbon-cut
........ ........................ winning Schlitz Florida Fishing- ting ceremonies at the first tee 1 Exciting Races

Derby, worth a total of $550. of the Greynolds Park addition.
BASEBALL, HIGHLIGHTS new champion Cassius Clay In The nine-hole, par-30, 3,133-
order to wrest the title from One Schlitz fish wearing a.. yard regulation size course will
their The Baltimore Orioles open "Cassius X" and the "Black $50 cash tag, a sheepshead, was be operated by the Dade County
Grapefruit Season with i I
Muslims. Alex Roberts of
caught by Parks and Recreation Depart-
the pennant winning New York Fort Pierce In the Fort Pierce southwest
ment. Located In the
Yankees Sunday, March 15 Patterson, the only man who
Inlet, north of the Holiday Mo the It be
corner of park, may
their roster. They have five won the heavyweight crown
tel. All others had'' a value of reached through either of thepnr's 1''A
Negro stars. Paul Bair, Joe twice, declared in his written $25 each. They Included bass
] two regular entrances: W.
Gaines, Willie Kirkland, Samuel challenge:
sheepshead, pompano, shellcrackers Dixie Hwy., and 175th St., or I
Bowens and Louis Jackson.
"I disagree with the pre- and bream from salt 185th St., awl NF 22nd Ave.
Nate Smith is bull pen catcher.
of the Black Muslims water Inlets and fresh water Chuck Hall other -
Come early, this will be a sell. cepts Metro Mayor ,
out. just as I disagree with the canals. commissioners and parks department -

Ku Klux Klan in fact so The fish were returned to director A. D. Barnes tRANDSTANDso I

Spring Training Roster much so, I am willing and the Florida Conservation Department will participate: In the brief

desire to fight Cassius X to and the Florida Game. opening program, as will Mark
MANAGER take the title from the Black and Fresh Water Fish Com- Mahannan, course designer, and
42 Henry A. Bauer Muslims leadership and will do mission through Schlitz whole golf pro Bob Toski who will I act *

COACHES so for for no purse whatsoever salers for research purposes. as master of ceremonies.
: whenever and wherever they The will lie
31 Brecheen The Derby has three more new course opened
Harry 55 Willie
might desire." to the public today at 1 pjm.
months to run In OkeechoUee
Hunter 41
; Sherman Lollar 14
Fees will be $1.25 for nine holeson
and East Coast counties
Gene Woodling. In ; seven
training Highland
weekdays; $1.50 on weekendsand
from Fort Pierce to Key West. COLLINS AVE.
Mills NY In his latest
PITCHERS: come- One $10,000 fish remains at holidays; $2 for 18 holes on

13 Stephen Barber; 57 Frank back"You campaign(Clay) explained may feel that that: large, along with hundreds of weekdays; and $2.50 on week- NOW! Closed CircuitRegister
ends and
Bertalna; 22 George Brunet; 27 specimens with tags value at holidays.
since I was so decisively defeated -
Summer rates, starting May Twh.ri.ie
Wallace Bunker; 23 Charles $25, $50, $100 and $1,000. All +w
twice the whom
by man 1, are $1 for one round during
costs of the
Estarada; 30 Harvey Haddlx Derby are being
; you say you so easily defeated the week; $1.25 on weekends and
the Jos. Schlitz
29 Richard Hall 43 Darold defrayed by
; with the the Black
help holidays; $1.50 for 18 holes during
Knowles 40 Michael Brewing Company, and tags
; McCormick Muslims I give this week and weekends
you opportunity $2 on -
; 10 David McNally; 26 to see what help may be "cashed" at any of Its and holidays.The Today!
o' wholesalers. So far, 10 valuable
William McMahon; 17 J h n
in Parks alsoIs
they can give you a fight Department
Miller 37 Stuart Miller 35 Leslie research fish have been turned -
; ; against myself." building a par-three course at 'Books are now in your
Narum; 39 John Papas; 38 In at Miami, seven at Fort Haulover Beach Park, which

Robin Roberts; 24 Herman "I have made the state- Pierce and six at Fort Lauder- should be open for play by July, !
Starrette; 18 Wesley Stock; 20 ment that 1 felt 1 should work dale. according' to Barnes. neighborhood precincts
David Vineyard. my way back to the top of the
list before fighting again for I
CATCHERS: the title, but after what was a
10 Richard Brown; 15 Andrew revelation to in
shocking me Roosevelt !
at Savings
Etchebarren; 31 Larry Haney; that Cassius Clay turned to Tonight
12 John Orsino.INFIELDERS .
I the Black Muslims, gave away
: his name and took the desig-

7 Jerry Arair; 11 Luis Apa- nation Cassius X has made

rlclo; 49 Mark Beianger; 28 me make this challenge In this,
Curtis Blefary; 53 Michael an open letter to the world."

Fiore; 33 David Johnson; 2 Rob Later in the challenge,

ert Johnson; 5 Brooks Robin- Roman Catholic
Floyd a 10,000
son Siebern.; 1 Robert Saverine; 4 Norm said:

Cassius, 1 have admiration ,
OUTFIELDERS: for you as a Uoxer, and feel
60 Paul Blair; 16 Samuel that you should be a symbol ..' .. ::'"
Bowens; 25 John Brandt; 6 Joe that all Americans should look M.nhantfR

GaInes; 44 Louis Jackson; up to. However, I don't hon- .,\.' ,MI: ftC:, He N' T S. .
Willie Kirkland; 8 John Powell; know what ORtItNNAMIr S ." -. -v'**<' believe "
9 Russell Snyder. estly you ,-, ,, -. .. ,
the Black Muslims portray. I

am proud of my people, and
GU FSTREAM PARK no one group of people could
make me change my views.

One of these days In the Therefore I challenge you not
for myself but for all
near future you will see Gulf-
stream taking over the middle people who think and feel as

date of Florida racing away I do." l

from Hialeah. This is a view of F "EE !
the people who like to spend BUDDY PACK, promoter of ,
their money and receive some- Pan American Auditorium,
thing for it. The Improvementsare opening show was a success. '
Before a packed house which h
fantastic. It seems that the
Donna, Jr. and Sr. are for the was full of action from the
public and'not all for them- first bout until the last.V1l1ie

the selves.environment What I mean alone by Is something this, This McCray was boxed i (he best Balmorez fight of Anez.the AWARDED AT 7 PM-BE HERE-YOU MAY BE A WINNER!

out of this world. The night, with Anez the winner.

trees, flowers, seating and soon Just visit Roosevelt Savings-any time prior to award to enter your name. No transaction ,
Winters had hard
this la one of the pret- time Stormy beating Jack Gilbert a, who necessary. Three big prizes In Green Stamps, redeemable for merchandiseof t
tiest tracks In the USA.
was a surprise to all. Jack your selection. ;\\
Joe Tanenbaum,
put up a whale of a showing. 1
director, -has come a long
way 4
This Buddy aocount
coming Monday :-
and does a great job Joe is ac- -SO
tive in all forms of sports Pack has a treat in store for tor account '
stampS :,
the fight fans.A .
radio, Jai-Lal and a quallfJedcommentator. Green
I write this of 100 stamPS torx'600 account r; j'
Joe because I remember him Madison Square Garden 600 Green
main event between two KO stamp
when he started writing sports artists Scatterhawk Dixon Green nd paid and 1
for the Miami News and a good 1000 ated divide quarterly' ,
who recently KO'd favored Eddie ded -
he Lots of things I c
one was. ant tOmpoun States
in three rounds,
Agin urrent United ,
have happened since I wrote the
against the hard punching Joe 4'/% C \
anywhere "un. 1
column last week. The attendance from 8. loon
my has been, broken; : Nardi, who TKO'd Whip Williams. ot tun dB to Roosevelt' Sovtngtrnonth' s f
The doctor stopping the /rangier
la and the ,
wagering up largest fight at the end of the 6th rd. Free .
twin double pay off in the History .- Williams was badly cut. ot every the 18/l :..
of the relatively new form the 20th ndS trom \
Joe Nardi, the second Toy
bY diVfd I
of wagering has been paid.It Bulldog taking after Mickey save earn .
to show, give ,\
goes you
the public what they want and Walker, i is becoming the best Miami' 100% integrated, savings institution I
card around Miami
they will flock for it. Spend a drawing '
since the of Bobby Dykes.
at Gulfstream it will be days
day ,
worth your while. For reservations for this i Wt ;o ROOSEVELTSAYINGS'10" I .
show call 443-7371. There will l

HORSES TO WATCH: be four other bouts, so get your JIIIEEJA&N \\
call in early. '

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i I It PAGE 8 SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1964 Parents Sponsor Ace Theatre

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at the
f'I ComedyThe Big gospel program
Riotous Coconut Grove Ace Theatre,
Grand Avenue, on Friday, N
Drama Parents Club of March 20, at 8 p.m. It will be
est America's Thespian Troupe 1880 is spon featuring your favorite gospel
Key11 Southernmost City soring "The Rainmaker," a romantic singing groups: The Midget t
comedy by N. Richard Chorus, The C Lord C's, The
__ lljFKANCKS iy. PALAIRItCoral Nash. The scene, laid in the National Golden Stars, The Six

r. .--. . . . .J. Western United States, finds Trumpets, The Pilgrim Gospel
r. r. the characters in the time ofa Stars, The Flying Clouds, The ..
City Elks Lodge Is to this writing she is Improv- paraliyzing drought, their Apostolic Singers! Sister and '
sponsoring a popularity contestfor lug nicely. throats parched and their Brother Wright and many more.

the selection of "Miss ft's.A'n<'R Miles of 209 cattle dying. Come early to get your seat; .

Coral City"The assistance of all friendsis Olivia St., had a house warming The Curry family is up-In- Rev. Ira McCall will be the ,i:.u ...
determining who celebVation! on Sunday from arms trying to survive. How- emcee. ; : _
asked In will be. 1 to G p.m. Fr. J. H. Reese, the ever, equally important to themIs I
the winner ladles vicar of St. Peter's Episcopal their "Planin-Jane" off- I ; _
The candidates following for young the coveted Church, blessed the new home spring who is apparently set- North Miami 1,., ."
are crown: Darlene Mack Vollette I Friday evening. A large num- ting up good insurance to be i tr'., .
ber of members and friends en- maid. The "Rainmaker"comes
Butler, Linda Grant Orissa an old k .
Oletha McIntosh, joyed a delicious repast. and offers a remedy. lIe Beach News
Yvonne Whyms, Mamie Brown, Lofton Butler's Band furnished promises to bring rain and get Army Captain Albert L. Hall,
Hilda Sastlllo, Gloria Witty and the music for the occasion. Lizzie married all for one By Mi-s. Cora Leo Ross son of Mr. and. Leroy Hall
As- 7521 NW 14th Ave.. Liberty
Welch. hundred bucks. North Miami Beach Civic City
Gail Birthday Greetings to the sociation will have its annual recently visited his parents.
following In the month of Our homely Lizzie is Beverly St. Patrick Day Tea next Sun- Captain Hall recently returned -
There will be im KasterConch March; Mrs Natalie Carey, Miss Davis; the legendary Bill day, March 15. All friends of from South Vietnam wherehe
Train Ride March 29 at Wilhelmena Ashe, Mrs. Isabelle "Rainmaker" Starbuck" is Wil-I the community and elsewhereare was an advisor with 'a Viet-
3.30: p.m., leaving from Bethel Roberts, Mrs Susan Davis. Mrs. bert Holloway; a carefree, humorous asked to attend. It will be namese Army unit and was
AME Church. Tickets are now Zerlina Reckley, Mrs Jennie father, H. C. Curry is held at the Community Center awarded the Combat Infantry
on sale. See any member from Moss, Mrs. Clara Austin, Mrs. Milton Coffee; Noah Curry, \in Recreation Park from 4 to 0, men's Badge and the Purple
Usher Board No. 2. This is the an Nanle B. Sawyer, Mrs. Beulah brother of Lizzie, Arthur NE 152nd Terr and 14th Ct. Heart for his services.
annual affair sponsored by Pinder, Mrs Rosalie Moseley, Wright; Jim Curry, Lizzie's '
memlters: of the board. Mrs. Archie Captain Hall Is a 1953 gradu-
Mrs Sarah Roberts brother Johnny Wal-
is younger Our past president, Mrs. ate of FAMU and
Frances E. Palmer president William a memberof
Pinder Jr. and E. den Sheriff Thomas is Her- '
; Ruby Castelow s mother Mrs.
and Rev. K. D. White, pastor. Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity.
Briggs Sands File, the
man ; young Essie Batey died in Savannah, A paratrooper since 1954 he
The Regular Deluxe Club deputy sheriff, Alvin Bruton.! Ga. last Saturday. Service was and his wife, Vivian, are now
met at the home of Miss Mary Recognition Day I To find out who marries held Friday, March 6. Heartfelt stationed at Fort Bragg, N.C.
Roberts, Fort Village Meeting whom and if and when the flood symapthy goes out to the with the famed 82nd Airborne
was opened with the presidentMrs. On Sunday, the monthly Re. comes, visit the Northwestern I Castelow family. Division.
Palmer, presiding After cognition Day programme will auditorium Tuesday March
? $O\iI '1.
be held at the Dade
,the regular routine of business: 31 at 8 p.m. Tickets are 55c
'has transacted the meetingwas Children's Home In Kendall.
closed by repeating the The guest Speaker will be and they may be secured from: \
Mispah. Mr. Ron Miller; he will be pre- any Thespian parent or at the STAR MEAT MARKET
The new officers of the club sented by Mrs. Mattie Brown door.
were elected for 1001. They are supervisor; Alfonso Williams
President, Mrs. Frances E. will conduct recognitions and several Thomas Papino is sponsor
Palmer; vice, Mrs Clara Austin of the children will be and director. Elona Harmon 1 1520 N.W. 62nd Street..
; financial secretary, Mrs. participating.The and Johnny Walden are stu-
Rose Lopez; recording secre- public is cordially Invited dent directors.WIGS 5S8 >
tary, Miss lary.n erts; .trea I .__
ness manager, Mrs. Rosalie
Fisher; assistant, Mrs. Marion .-
Berry; chairman of sick com- BY
mittee, Mrs. Consuelo Pinder;
reporter, Mrs. Florence Jack- MR. BOND Fresh Meat-Low Prices
son; Mrs. Natalie Carey chap-
lain and F. A. Johnson Sr. is
counselor.Mrs. +4 tTG 468Sti.4at"LYS+

Jen Ice Moss of 409
Smith Lane is sick at home.
Friends wish her a speedy recovery -


Mir. Bernice Gabriel of 323
Amelia St., is sick at Dt. De
Poo Hospital. Members of DRIVE IN THEATRE
Bethel AME Church and
friends of this wish
22nd Ave. and Palm
her well again soon. Drive-in Theatres

Nathaniel Roberts of 827 OX 1-7959 22nd Ave and 69th St.
Emma St., son of Mrs. Sarah
Roberts, is sick at Coral There is a moment-a long moment-when
Gables Hospital.Mrs. .
everything. is risked with the proper stranger.
Louise Jones! n faithful
member of Bethel AME ,'F 1t\

Church, left recently and is rt e II1M11L '\\!;;
sick in Miami at her daughter's '
residence. Members\ and friends _
are praying for her. III

Mrs. Lorraine Saunders of
208 Olivia St.:, left to be at the
bedside of her daughter, Julie
ette, who Is ill i in Orlando.

: Ii'N" :Malvea.se Gibson IN a -

patient at Monroe hospital Up _

Beautician Meet in ..

Tampa' Is the choice of the ,: ..;
25th anniversary celebrationof
the Orange Blossom Beautician to
Association Inc., of the $89.95 igg.95
National Beauty Culturist
League to convene 17-21
All meetings to be Mar In the :
beautiful modern auditorium of $20 Down Delivers Your Wig I ::
Fort Hestarly National Guard

Cass Armory St. at Howard Ave., and_ Wear your WIG under your Easter dIUw :errs VnTi 'Y

The, invitations from the city I l

tion officials of their assure co-operation the associa-to bonnetIt "' !!!!![
make this a successful meet- is with great delight that Mr. BOND of PATRONS, IiAMMS
INC. announces the formal association with Mr. IRA
ing.At .........
the mid-year executive .
BLOSSOM, direct, sales and promotion of '
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board held in :BERNARDI.10hlBOSIEY.w -
meeting Tampa : .
wigs in the Southeastern states. n"wu.sxRrsuu" +s ,numx+ "
1 completedand "
p a n ,8 were
approved. Every Beautician
in the state will receive CALL MR. BLOSSOM 634-6166 PLUS _
knowledge of the years of progress
made by the dynamic Under The Yum
State President, Mrs. Alaine S. CALL MRS. LEONARD 532-1180 Yum Tree

Waldon of West Palm Beach, t .
as the page of history will be Wear a beautiful wig for only Starring Jack Lemmon.1.' **
turned spotlighting the pioneers _

Mrs.of this Bessie great Dix organization. general- $3.00 A Week Romance and Sex g.t. :a thorough ':"?.' "

chairman, Mrs Cathleen Ross
co-chairman and Tampa units going overiJ" '. ,
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Par and Birdie MidWinter TIMES MIAMI FLA.
Doug Jones Ernie Terrell
1964 PAGE 9
Tournament SATURDAY, MARCH 14,
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Rated Over SonnyListon'1

;Success: ..n'ii [A] ]
)JJJ ]\
.*? Sonny Liston's stunning upset first defense against any of the
Hitting the ball was a special defeat by Cassuic Clay for the first six challengers.
ty for jnemberatof 'the Par and I, heavyweight title last month at Jones held Clay to a questionable -
Birdki* CtuWwhen they held Miami Beach has caused him split decision last
their ''fourth; annual MidwinterToUrhameht plenty ground in the World March 13 in Madison Square CLYDE KILLENS
at\Miami Springs lloxing Association Garden. This the first
I monthly was
Cdurbe," '. Mdfch"--4 I. .8."."'" ''>. 1 ratings. failed time the in predicting Louisville the Lip roundin had ': SIR JOHN hOTEL: MIGHT( BEAT OLUB

The: .line-lip of morel than 50 Under WBA rules, which which he would stop an opponent ., MI' '
members: In comparison to the provide that a defeated champIon He had prophesied that : 1: (: > PRESENTS -
initial dozen and a half that must be dropped to ut Jones would fall in four. 'F.II
teed off in the first tourna- least third place among the ) Y. $SAtURDAY, SUNDAY MARCH 13 :15
ment is indicative of the tre- contenders, Liston was named Eddie Machen, who'Jias been i '
mendous Interest golfing has No. 3 behind Doug Jones of agitating for a bout:-with Clay I:
taken in the past few years New York and Ernie Terrell of was placed fourth among heavyweight ;i'flE IMPRESSIONS
without sticking its chest out Chicago.The challengers, fpllowed by
the Par and Birdie Club can Zorn Polley, Cleveland Williams -
feel proud of having handled rules do not, however, Floyd Patterson, Henry and THE MOONLIGHTERS BAND
this interest and kept it burn- prohibit a return match between Cooper' of England, Karl Mll-
ing through strenuous effort Clay and Liston. A new denberger of West Germanyand "The Hottest Show on "Hie Road" -
resulting in its membership ly-crowned champion may make George Chuvelo of Canada.

to than 80 ..... tl
ballooning more active '"
players.So ---- ; w. :. : :. :. < .. ". ;': !::;h .-

Hazzard I.:;,',' .: ,:,>. ... .ri. : ...it'1Mf. '. .., t
Stallworth and '. ., ''
keen was competition that Russell '>.: ',.... ,I ,. .' .' It.'\ i """'1''.. "'
in three or four divisions play- -f:
offs were the determining fac L< 1N > ". M
tor as to who would start off Named Basketball All American ::." :i. f i ',' r
with the beautiful trophies.A .
good day of golf is deserving Tnree outstanding Negro collegians corner or backcourt."
of a good evening of entertainment Walt Hazzard of UCLA, Russell "has the shots to aver
and just such was Dave Stallworth of Wichita and age nearly 25-points a game, and
provided by the able tourna- Cazzie Russell of Michigan-have brilliantly balanced, all-around
ment director Dave Bondu and been named to Look Magazine's skills to match," the magazine
Business Manager Ernest 10-man All-America team, pick- declared. "Hut most impressiveare
Hayes, Arrangements were ed by the United States Basketball his poise and dependability,
made for all to gather with writers Association. unusual even in today's ultra- f'f.
their friends at the beautiful talented sophmores." r
Parisian Room of the Double The All America selections,
Deck Lounge for presentationof made through the basketballwriters' The complete roster of Basketball 1ii ,.I" 1
trophies and a delectable nine-man voting committee All America is as follows: K
banquet. (representing each of Gary Bradds of Ohio State, Bill ''f.
the nine NCAA districts), were Bradley of Princeton, Mel Countsof .
Eking out With trophies in announced today' in Look Magi- Oregon State, Billy Cunning. ,
their respective flights were 1 zinc. ham of North Carolina, Bud Ko-
CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT: Hazzard and Stallworth per of Oklahoma City, Jeff Mul-
Harold BrentleyEdie were lins of Duke, Cotton Nash of
choices in the bal k"
Strachan Kentucky, Hazzard Stallworthand
loting. Russell was the seventh [
Wlliam Harris : sophmore in the 10-year history
of the Look team to win All
John Ferguson America honors.
Percy Anderson
SECOND FIGHT Hazzard Activities of The 1(1)
was cited Look as
Luther Wells "an exciting example'r of "an Ay
Kelly C. Wilson American
authentic team man, a prerequisite LegionThe
Oscar Edwards
THIRD FLIGHT to being named All : ( ) "Talking About My Baby"
America The American Legion Auxiliary .
today. UCLA
Bruce McCord Bruins, although lacking height, of John Griffin Post 105, ((2)) "It's Alright"
LEO ARMBRISTER have "cohesion distilled to rare had its Mid-winter Tea. ((3)) "You'll Want Mo Back"
essence," the magazine observed. Mesdames Clifton, Clark and Door $2.50
WOMAN'S DIVISION Admission : Adavnco $2.00 -
"This would have been impossible Jernigan arranged a wonderful
Mary Mayme Mynor Bondu > ingness,' to without tailor his Hazzard's exceptional will. program. BIG TEENAGE MATINEE .-.,""". f t .
lona Polite !! ball Mrs. Annie Mae Harvey was M1 N'S'JJAI..L 8 to 0))
handling, dribbling and passing crowned queen of the auxiliary at'Til 'WNGSIIOnE IJ (Sun., Mar. 8th -
; to Coach Wooden's team de
signs." The president wishes to '816 N. W. 2nd Avenue Admission $1.00
thank all participants ..friends
They're Hitting atMac's Stallworth, reported Look, "is and members for helping to Complete with Night Club Atmosphere "
make the tea As
a success. you 1
one of that
rapidly increasing
know the speaker was Mrs.
modern breed of virtuosos who Athalie
Wend shooting, speed and Range.
a telephone conversationwith height well enough to play any I Mamie Montgomery is presi COMING MARCH 20 21 22
Mac at Mac's Fishing one of the three positions, post dent.
Camp on Route 27 in Broward 'T J'> ..
County he says that bream, The Soul Sisters
blue gills, and specks are hit- THI All NEWHAMPTON
ting hard. He referred us to HOUSE
several anglers who have had Hti
good days, catching up 'to 75
of sweet-water verities. They :' w

were Roy McDaniels, Willie . .
and Earl Baker who frequent h.

his camp regularly. 'if-: New Policy in our Intimate Lounge ,\

Mack chipped in that he also :; liar Open 1 p.m. until? 7 'D'aya .
rents boats, with or without t
motors.. : Entertainment Friday,. ,Saturday, > Sunday;} '
: Music by the Charlei 'Xuitm Quatet" "'* ,I

.' No Cover No .Mini inn in No AdmissionSandy ", ,
Sigma Gamma Rho
and Delores, Your Hosts i )

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U..taunmt Open 7 a.m. 12 Mldnltc ;

Pld Mf t+ 'i bAertr t'4 Completed "t. ,
for.Ml) j. $4 wthea8t.ern' '1t gional .. : .' f
Conference of, Sigma Gamma J
NEwton 3-0611 ;
Rho the southeastern Sorority, Inc. states Sorors from will 4200 N W. \

convene in Birmingham, Ala.,
on March 13-14, at the A., G. Painless Office Treatment of 1 p Y

Gaston MoteL 0 I Iu"C'taJ \\
: Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority
Inc., a national collegiate soci VHn, Pro.' .
Dl,.*a"e". Varlww/
al sorority, has selected as, her tnte-No lost tim e-DMcnnl TraaK<
theme for 1963-64 "Horlzone of Upon Correction of Riiptare.'! RetfaclBf ,
Citizenship which has con-
the needsof DR.
sistently focused on
America's Youth will con- 1544 8.W. tat BU-FR 0-274 A gsasral nslth
tinue ,her efforts, to motivate
young people to accept the full
responsibility of citizenship In N Y
our Republic. Realizing the
value of higher education as a HOME SERVICE CALLS PL J-1381
means of strengthening the AND RADIO SERVICE
American culture and economy, HIT RECORD: "I CAN'T STAND IT 5
the sorority invested approxi
mately $12,000 in scholarshipslast We do not give free estimates. Honest estimates require *'' M '

year. work. We repair rent sell and exchange. Satisfaction *uar-

Soror Evelyn1 II. Hood of Atlanta anteed. Free delivery. Know jour TV man and saye money COMING APRIL 12th

Georgia, Regional Syntates At The Harlem Square Club '.
', will preside over the two- JOE SCOTT TV .
; day conference, Guest speaker Clyde Killens' "NIGHT IN NASSAU"
at the closed formal Banquetwill AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV BALES AND SERVICE;:
be the Grand Has ileus ol
F Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, 923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1-8381 !\

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PAGE 10 SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1964; Church HoldaBaptismal

SundayOut ServicesThe

_-l---_ Rev. William H. Wash
of the several "days" duct of St. James and both ington, minister at New Philadelphia .
celebrated at St. James AME memberships are closely knit- Baptist Church announced -

Church, Homecoming Day is ted together.The that baptismal ser-
of the most enjoyable. pastor and captains are
one vices are to begin at 8:45: a.m.
Besides the religious and fund earnestly urging all membersto Sunday at Virginia Beach. The

raising Implications, fellowshipand do their part. Contact your church, with the star for steeplehas
welcoming of the "lost captain and do the best you blessed
constantly'been by
flock" is stressed.: can! ..
new conversions. Five candidates -
The whole day will be a live As usual, "the friendly are to be baptized Sun-
ly one, interspersed with the church" is inviting all friendsto day morning.
officers and members of Mt. be with us on this day, you
Hermon AME Church sponsor- will certainly enjoy a profit- The pastor is asking that all

ing a program in the afternoon. able Sunday. candidates be at the church at
This special program should Don't forget members, demand 7:30: a.m. Sunday. He is also
attract members and friends of to know who is your cap requesting that members of
both churches considering that tain and give him a "piece of the choir be In attendance. The

Rev. S. L. Gay the pastor, is a mange!" public is invited to witness

these services.


Roscoe Jackson, reporter I Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor
Sister Netta Kelly, reporterWe The Bethany S. D. A. Sab- Miss Dorothy Major, reporterWe
bath School invites each of
were woderfully blessedall you to attend its Community 1 the officers and mem-
''MT. SINAI BAPTIST' ZION HOPE BAPTIST the week. During our Dedi Friendship Day, Sabbath: bers would like to thank sister -
cation services the ministersand
Hannah Edwards for bring-
March 14, 1964-9:30: a.m. A
1419 NW 5th Place 5129 NW 17th Ave. their congregations who so special treat has been plannedfor ing the Girls Scout Troup 640

Rev. S. A Thomas, pastor Rev. Paul Freeman, pastorSis. graciously helped us duringour each of you. of Dunbar School to worship
Rev. Thomas of New York S. Flowers reporter dedication services were with us our Sunday School
City delivered the morning Choir No. 1 Is in the midstof the: Rev. I. S. Clark, A. M. Grif- The theme, "Hi Neighbor" hour.

message. The Jr. membership its 5th anniversary and invites fin, C. J. Burney, W. K. Smith will be portrayed most effec-
adequately served their res- you to attend these pro- and on Sunday afternoon the tively during one Sabbath Sister E t Ire 1 Farrington
pective The Mis- grams.Tuesday. Moderator of the Seaboard Bap- School period. The choir En- would like to thank Rev. E.

sionary Society and its auxiliaries March 17 Bro Willie tist Association, Rev. W. H. semble of the Booker T. Wash Hutcherson for such an Inspiring -
wish to express their Blue will render a musical Edwards of Dania. Amount ington High School will fur- message he brought us
thanks to members and friendsfor raised during the week was nish lovely music. for our anniversary. Thanks
success in the evening ser program.Thursday night, March 19, $685.25. We thank all our also to all the choirs who appeared -

vice. Financial report $116. Rev. Slater and his congregation friends and sister churches for Preaching services begin at on the program.
Special sunrise service will will render services. their grand support. 11:00: a. m. Saturday and the Sunday morning ,, choir No.
be held at 5:30: a.m. Easter The newly organized Ushers' Missionary Volunteer Hourwhich two will sing. Night service
Sunday. The choral groups will The anniversary will begin Federation Association will you will not want to choir No. one; Rev. H. V.
participate and Rev. Randolph March 20 with various choirsof have its first union meeting at miss begins at 5:30: p.m. A Stuart will be in charge all day.
Thompson will deliver themessa'ge. the city. Macedonia on Sunday after- special talent show is plannedfor
Rev. C. H. Smith will close out
Breakfast will be enjoyment at 6:45
noon, at 3 p.m. your : MT. CALVARY CHURCH
served also. Adults 75 cents; the anniversary Sunday, March Visit with us next 'Sunday. p.m., with a social following.Your .

children 35 cents. Sponsors are 22 with his congregation. Remember, seven days without presence is Important to We were blessed to have

the BTU and the Missionary church makes one weak. us, so, please come. wonderful services on our annual -
Society. The public is invitedto FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST YoUth Day. Our theme
Watch for Women'sDay
our Big
enJoy this wonderful presentation 1
was: "Make Good Use of Your
with us. I Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor ANTIOCH CHURCHThe Program plans. Time." Our Youth Day celebration
Lest we forget, our Men's Ruby Lee Carr, reporterWe The Bethany Seventh Day ended Miss
by crowning
Day rally terminates the ladies have begun to so- Adventist Sabbath School De
are so glad to have our Mt. Calvary, Leverne Watts:
llct ads for their Souvenir Pro partmentST. ;
fourth Sunday of this monthat
ministers withus Sandra Atchison and
many visiting Book Queen, ;
which time all assessmentsare gram ; they are also mak-
each Sunday. Sunday evenIng ing preparations for a State George O'Nell. We would
one of our former mem- Tea, to be held the 4th Sunday like to thank each and every-
TEMPLE bers, Rev. Andrew Jackson afternoon. J PAUL AME CHURCH : one who helped to make this

CHUHCll OF GOD CHRIST delivered the evening sermon youth day a success.
IN Rev. Lea
Cray, reporter
all. Sister Lillie Ross's Ward
which was enjoyed by
6000 NW 18th Ave.
Sunday Is expected to be another sponsor "A Singing on Parade" Sunday School was at its The Voice of Midnight will
The church has begun its revalistic day at o u r program this Sunday afternoonat highest with the superintendent be here next Sunday nlgnt,

blessed Lent Consecreation ser church with our pastor preaching the church; time 3 p.m. with. in charge. Sunday was a after service. The Convertones,
vice every Tuesday, Friday out of his soul. various groups of the city. This I very busy day. Choir No. one of Central Baptist Church,
and Sunday at 8 p.m. Sunday The Pastor's Aid Club with is also in the behalf of our furnished the music, Rev. Kel West Hollywood, will render a
morning at 12 noon Rev. Morris Women's Day Observance. ly's mesage was very inspiring. musical program on Tuesday
and the church will be at Sis. Julia Mae Carr as presi- Sunday, will be Pastorial Rev Crowell preached the even night, March 17, at 8 p.m.
dinners at
dent will be selling
the Liberty City Project Audi- Day. Music will be rendered by ing message; Rev. Crowell's Everyone is invited to both
torium 14th Ave. and 63rd St. the church. They are Invitingyou programs.
the youth choir in the morn- message was enjoyed by every
dinner and eat
Easter Sunrise at 5 a.m. Please to buy a ing and the No. two Choir at one. He preached a very good
listen to their broadcast over with them to help the Pastor'sAid evening worship. sermon. Everyone is invited to EBENEZER CHURCH

station WAME 10 to 10:30: Club. ;I visit the beautiful St. Paul
every Sunday from this church. Visitors are always welcome' have Tuesday night, we will AME. Rev. A. D. Hall, pastor
at our services. Make a new our monthly federation E. Ingram, reporter
start. Come to church. program at the church, time 8
MT. TABORRev. p.m. The committee has plan- The public is invited to a

P. S. Brown, pastor ed a program' based around the MT. HERMAN CHURCHRev. Pre-St. Patrick's Day "Frappe

Sunday, March 15, at 3 p.m., GRACE PERESBYTERIANAs Easter' Season and friends are Sip", sponsored by Ebenezer
S. L.
the Tabor family will celebratethe welcome. Gay. pastor Usher Board No. one
anniversary of the church. 1 we appoach the end of I Easter practice is held on The officers and members Sunday, March 15 from 4-6 p.
The public is! cordially invit- the first quarter of 1964 we Monday afternoon at 5 p.m. are making plans to attend the m., in the social hall of the
ed to come and fellowship withus see that we have accomplishedthe homcomlng activities that are church.
on this occasion. Each mem following: E. L. Harris has I to be .held at St. James AME
ber has ,been working tirelessly become a member of the ses- I NEW HOPE CHURCHWe Church on Sunday. All choirs, church'wl11 The combined choirs of the

to make this the greatest sion, and has been very help ushers, stewards and stewardess present, "Songs
are now looking
forward and
ful Mrs. Laua Powell has taken Hymns of Prayer", in keep-
event ever to take place in the ; to the fourth Sunday, in this boards are to serve. ing with the
up the duties of Financial pastor's series of
of the church.
The Secretary and is doing excel month our annual Men's Day On Tuesday night, the pastor prayer a You
guest speaker for the observance. attend
The event
following are is vited to
all this
occasion is one of Miami's well lently; Mrs. Barbara Savoy and events that asking members
known ministers Rev. Mrs. Zeola Jones form a fine you are urged to go with him to Allen Chapel March 15 at 7 p.m.
A. attend
: Saturday March
team in reviving the Youth Church to render servIces
Cousin of Greater Bethel
sales, at the church The Woman's
Society of
for Rev.
Fellowship Program; Mr. Wll- Curry and his
Church. Rev. Cousin will be Christian
phone 696.7745 at the home of Congregation.Big Service and Wesleyan
lard Williams and Mrs. Mel-
accompanied by his choir, his sister Jessie Spikes, 1444 NW Service Guild invites their
ushers and other members. vina Powell are making a great. 71st St. ,PH. OX friends
team in the custodial duties 116073. plans are being made for and entire church to
The general chairman Is and Mr. Charles Smith has; ,I Saturday, at 6 p.m. the Jun our Easter presentations. The join with them In the Sacri
asking each member to be over ior Ushers Board will Junior ficial
been able to strengthen his sponsora Church's rehearsal will Tea, Thrsday, March 26
mindful of his duty to the ushers board with new workers. Waist Line Party at 732 NW lie held on Tuesday at 5 p.m. 1 at 8 p.m.Ushers .
church on Sunday. I
51st St., phone 7517615. A The teen-agers will
As a result of our recentMen's present a
Friday night March 13 the Board
Weight No. two
Party Saturday nightat during the night servo will
drive have been
Day we program
music department is sponsor- the home of Deacon and Sis have charge of class meeting
able to off sizeable debtto
Ing a Music Festival. The pub pay a ter L. C. Deal. Dinners will be Tusday night. Let us not forget -
lic is invited to come out and the United Presbytherian served Free. Sunday night at The pastor has organized an to visit the sick and shut-
hear songs of Zion sung by i Savings and Loan; and now we 7 p.m. a Musical Feast, featu- additional Junior Choir. This ins.
in the of
various choirs. are process paintingthe choir is called
ring Mrs. Ann Smith. Your the Junior choir
Ushers Board No. two wishesto outside of the manse.In No. two rehearsal
fullest cooperation is expected for this group RIDGEWAY CHURCH
thank the Youth Choir and the immediate future we in these affairs. will be on Tuesday beginning
I its director of St. James AME need to do the following: call A cordial invitation is extended at 6 a.m. Members of this choir Bishop R. B. Davis, pastor

Church for the song service all auxiliaries together in a to you, Sunday, at 3 p. are In the age group of 914. Elder H. L. Cox.; reporter
rendered on Sunday, and each joint meeting to evaluate what m., the Pastor's Aid Union, at It is appointed unto man
visitor, friend, and member each organization is' doing to New Mt. Moriah Baptist Choir number one will meet once die and after that the
who witness a soul stirring improve Itself; to encourage all Church, Rev. A. L. Shipp-pas- on Monday at 6 p.m. Membersof Judgment. Knowing this we at
sermon delivered by Rev. W. members toward more regular tor. Sister Rossie Coleman this choir are ,in the age the Ridgeway Church are striv-
M. Davis of First Baptist attendance and giving throughthe of our members who lost her group of 15 and above. ln.8to Joint souls to the lamb

Church of Brownsville and work of the zone leaders; home by. fire now resides at Our of God. You are always invited
this to thoroughtly review our ByLaws prayers are with Mrs. to attend
make 23rd anniversary a 2010 NW 63rd St., apt. No. 12. Agnes Green who is service with us on
and to set a Boy a patient Sunday.
; On
success. up
Scout Remember her in prayer and in the Cadars of Lebannon Hos- Sunday morn
Troup. also the sick and shut-ins. pital. brother especially come then
SHILOH BAPTISTRev. This Wednesday evening at lyers and brother McKevly, sister hear .OUL Pastor report on his
8:30: p.m. our church will lead McDanlels. visit to Nassau Bahamas where
A. M. Griffin, pastorSis. service at Allen Chapel AME visit the sick and let the he was attending the Colonial

C. M. Miles, reporter Church Rev. Curry, pastor, ST. MARK ,BAPTISTRev. rater know of those* who are Convention of the Church of

The Willing Workers are we hope that choir and con- C. W. Wade God of Prophecy, and at 6 pjn-
having a Spring Tea at the gregation and pastor of Grace inspiring pastorAn The quarterly conference of the young people will be in fun

church Sunday from 4-6 p.m. will lie at our best,*as we participate delivered by C.message W. Wade was that' the church will be held on charge. You, are invited young
EVeryone is invited to come in their anniversaryweek. Is found In Friday night women who believe in the
St. John 9:1-21: "As which leads up to
out and make this tea a suc- power of resurrection.
So let
long as I.am in the world, I the fourth Sunday. All boardsare us see
cess. you at church Sunday.
am a light to the world. asked
Funeral services will be held Our No. 2 pianist, Walter to make a good re

,Saturday at 1 p.m. for Sis. and visit our sick, shut ins and Covenant lost his mother on port. All members have been Something to Sell?
Nancy Sims Clemons. the bereaved family of Sis. March 6. He and his family asked to pay .your 2nd half of

t.us. remember to pray Clemons. have our deepest sympathy. the budget which is $2.00. Try a Times' Adl'HE !

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r SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1964 PAGE 11 i PHIL OSSOFER Experts to Discuss


( ) VET IN FLA. ..- Parent-Child Relations ;
On last Sunday morning, at Turning on my radio Sunday
the 9 a.m., at the Solemn Sung ODESSA, Fla. The first and morning, I heard an interesting
Mass our guests were Judge only licensed Negro veterinari sermon based on the parable of Parent-child1 relations will be The public la invited to at. ,
and Mrs. James W. Matthews. an to practice in the state of the Good Samaritan. The minis. the subject of a panel discussion tend. A question and answer '
As you know Attorney Matthews Florida ,is Dr. Raleigh H. Allen, ter was explaining the role of Wednesday, March 18, 8:30: period will follow the discus-
is one of the newly appointed a 1949 graduate of Florida A the priest who passed by an in p.m., at St. Alban's Day Nur- sion.
Judges of Opa-locka. He and M University. jured man from Jerusalem, left sery, 3465 Brooker St, Coconut Committee members, working :'
spoke to the congregation at half dead by robbers. The minister Grove. on the program are Mrs.
the end of the service. His Ins :''S.Dr. Allen, who earned his B. stated the possibility that Discussing child-care problems Same M. Walker, Executive
spirilng message was gear dual degree from FAMU with a the priest dared not touch the will be Dr. R I c h a r d Director; Mrs. Thelma Altshuler -
mainly to the younger genera culture major biology and agri- man because he was going to Greenbtium: Psychologist, and I Board Member and. pro-
his recently moved Into Jerusalem to perform religious Robert Thomas, Professor of I gram chairman, and Mrs. Lucy
tlon.The gleaming, new veterinary rites, and it was a law at that Humanities, Miaml-Dade JunIor McPhaul, PTA president.
Episcopal Church wo- services building In this Cen- time that a priest must not College. St. Alban's Dav Nursery is
men are presenting their Inau- tral Fla. community. The new touch
any or dying
gural Passion Sunday Musical I location Is across Gunn High- thing, lest the rites be defiled. This Is the first "Ask theExpert" one of 39 Dade County health,
Sunday, March 15, at the Rainbow way from his residence, where The priest was condemned in meeting of the year to welfare and character-building
Park Elementary School i he had practiced previously .forone the sermon for this. be sponsored by Day Nursery's agencies that receive support
Cafetorium, 1890 NW 154th St., and one-half years in the Board of Directors and PTA. through United Fund.
from 4-6 p.m. The Theme Is: utility room of his home. As I listened, my mind kept I -
"Tea Time by the Calendar. shuttling back and forth from
Persons participating on the Following his graduation from the time of Jesus to this day.
are: Mrs. Thomasina Florida A and M, he taught I remembered that of to I
program many
W. Lindsey, Mistress of cere- agriculture in the Veterans'Pro- day's religious leaders, (like the THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY!
monies. Organ selections: Mrs. gram as a vocational instructor. priest of the day of Jesus who
Edna Stalworth, Miss Cassandra Four years later he earned the symbolized the religious leadersof PREPARE FOR ,
Hanna, and Mr. Charles degree of Doctor of Veterinary that time,) were acting out
Jones. Soloists: Mrs. Lenora Medicine from Tuskegee Insti- the part of that priest in CIVIL[ SERVICE I
Smith, Mrs. Rosalyn Clark, Mrs. tute in 1056. to the symbol of that Injured
Valdez Murray, and Alison man for this day in this land. .
Clarke. Musical Reading: Sha- AnnouncementThe the Negro.As JOBS

ron Clark. Sweeting's Foundation my mind commuted back 1
This is our first Passion Sun Fund, Inc., will have its annual :and forth over the 2000 year |AND ASSURE YOURSELF
day Musicale; won't you please celebration and fund raising period, I wondered if this parti
come to make It a success. See program Sunday, March 8, from cular religious leader who was LIFETIME SECURITY
you on Sundayl! Mrs. Edwin 3:30: to 0 p.m., on the Sweeting's giving the sermon was acting
|MEN WOMEN 18 To 50|
Rogers, president. Estate, 2148 NW 4th St. out In his life the part of that -
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The guest priest. Frankly, I do not know, Grammar school tufflcttrtt 'for
TEMPLE BAPTISTThe speaker will be Mr. James but I do know that the denomi- .
Gardner, Principal of Dlllard tlon which he many ( Rtcttv full lnlor.motion
Sunday School will continue High School. The program will Ueen prominent in represents' has on how to gl a gov't.
to sponsor its dinner sale follow the usual order of (rejecting) passing. the Negro by |lob. Keep your present |lob
Saturday at the home of Miss music rendered by well-known In his whit. training.
struggle to rise
Celestine Smith, 347 NW 14th artists. The public Is invited. from the
dust of I Una iM uM VIA $p
segregation. w UM .
Terr. Service begins at high Dr. Sweeting will also cele-
noon. Donation 100. brate his birthday on this oc- According to my edition of
The senior ushers' board, casion. His request is that all the nib 1 e under a list of .,
Dea. Alfred ,Dean, president gifts be given in the form of parables of Jesus, the lesson of Rails No Sklk.a
will have a tea Sunday cash to the Sweeting's Founda- the Parable of the Good Samar. AWomallt Pcrr No layoffs Frltnd. I
have a tea Sunday from 4 toG tion Fund, Inc. Mar. 14 itan is that "We must help all Vaacatl0MbiroN P"
p.m. at the home of Mr. and mankind regardless of race, Poltdd .n.1ont
Mrs. O. Moss, 1083 NW 75thSt. color or creed." Nolido wit.. ay
Friends are invited. SHADY GROVE BAPTISTRev. This Is a day in which, whatso 1111 Ame 11111.1/1111//11111.11 .111./1.111/111/1114 1.. '
Funeral services for Ernest ever we preach, we must Street Apt.
McKenzie who died Instantly I. Clayton, pastor 11. 111.,1.1.1,111.1111. ,1111111.111
Leroy in an accident last Sat. Gloria Cherry, reporter leaders practice.are hope conscious our religious of this, City .....1...111.1..1..11.11.1.,1 State ....,.?...........
urday, will be held this Sat- 6709 NW 15th Avenue that may avoid the embarrassment MAIL Sulto 31. 1110 N.K. 163rd 8t.
urday at 3 p.m. Members cordially Invite of dls covering that, according Key Training of So. Fla.H .
Every loyal member Is you to attend their church ser to this parable, they COUPON
thinking and planning for the vices. In their morning service are not filling the role of the North Miami Beach, Fla.
annual spring rally on the the message was delivered bya I Samaritan, hut that of the TODAY Phone Wlfeon 5-M15
third Sunday In April. Let's visiting pastor, Rev. C. H. priest.
put It over.PROVIDENCE. Mitchell. His text was taken
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CHURCHRev. Rev. Mitchell extended hs: For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call

C. J. Burney, pastor I. hand, during the open door ).
Sister Claudia Wilson, reporterWe and we were honored.In .
were blessed to have a the evening service Rev. p
fine time throughout the day Clayton delivered the message. L4L
Sunday.. The ladles are making BONDED
ready for the Woman's Day BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs.
program and are expected .to
have a, fine time on that day. Emily Bethel, Treasurer -
Anyone desires one of the of the Baha'l Assembly of -
beautiful plates the ladies are Miami will lead the discussionat ; RENTAL
selling for the Woman's Day the Baha'i Center, 137 N.W. jf
may call any of the leadies of 11th Ave., 8 p.m. Sunday,
the church. March 15. The subject for this/
Continue in prayer for the session will be: "Detachment."
sick and those, who are grieved The public is cordially invitedto AGENCY INC.
over the loss of their loved attend. Phone secretary, FR r,
ones. 1-5420, for further Information.

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General Manager


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SEE' Bonded also has employment service at main office

Miami 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA
50th St.
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CARDS of 814 NW Glth St., died March 4. Mr. Mallory, a native of Ala-

7, as a result of falling from a bama, Is survived by his
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tree Services Saturday, 3 p.m., mother Mrs. Ethel Mallory;

THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. at Temple Baptist Church with one brother, Booker T.; two
I CARD OF THANKSWe Rev, L. A. Thompson officiating sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Allen and
PAGE 12 SATURDAY MARCH 14 1964 Remains will repose in Miss Doris Mallory.
: : the family of the late, the chapel 3 p.m., on Friday, Funeral services were held
j = MARIE C. HOUSE until G:30:: ain Saturday, Re- on Tuesday, at 3 p.m., in the
mains will at his home
I : IN MEMORIAM"Four 1 I I9 I MEN. URIAH I 1I \ 7 on Saturday.repose chapel.

Survivors include his wife: MRS DAISY McNEALY of

years gone, four years I In memory of my dear husband i At w Mrs. Mary McKenzie; mother, 1178 NW" G2nd St., died on

past, love and, memories for- and father, Mrs. :Martha McKenzie; 'one March 9. Mrs. McNealy, a well-
last." NATHANIEL GORDON brother, Mr. Alex .McKenzie; known and respected citizen,
who departed this life March aunt, Mrs. Lu Esta Moss. had lived in the Miami area

In loving memory of our 7, 19G2. for more than 30 years, and
dear mother Gone, but not forgotten, GEORGEVItIGIIT of COG was a longstanding member of
Mrs Eleena Gordon, wife i NW 13th St., died March 0. Ser- the Mt. Sinai Baptist Church.

And Children rs ,I Saturday, 1 p.m., in the chapel Her survivors are: A brother,
with Rev Aaron D. Hall.
Deacon Moses Johnson; and a
I Remains will repose in the I sister Mrs.

ICI I fit LORIArr1 I r l lIn riY yyS 1 1, chapel include, 1 his p.m.mother Friday, ;Mrs.survivors Margaret services at Mt., Sinai were Josephine held Baptist Thursday Mallory Church;,,

sad, but loving memory ofCORE'l'HA wv /S : limes
of 1730 NW G5th St. died
March on
who departed this life
,4935 NW 26th Ave. died Feb
28, 1043.* March 9. Mrs. Clements, a na
i Services held March
:::J. were
Gone, but not forgotten.Mrs. 2, in the chapel. Survivors in- tive of Lake City, is survivedby
Eleena Gordon, wife four daughters; Mesdames
emde three Verdell Fred-
sons ,
L'dna J. M.
And Children Higdon, Elizabeth
die Dixon and Warren 1l amilton -
Wright, Cleo Terrell, and Wil-
I I ; a ,sister, furs Mildred lie Mae Gulliver. Services

IN MEfdORIAM! ,p { r I Green. Saturday: at 3:30: p.m., at the
Shiloh Baptist Church.
DAVIS who departed this life March GOOSE ol 19lJ) NW 2nd Ct. -
MRS. MALVINA In sad, but loving memory of 2. wish to heartfelt -A DORSEY GREENE of 2091
died Feb 2?. Services
the late. wereI
March thanks and to our Wilmington St., died March 9.
who departed this life gratitutde
I I field March 5 at St. Agnes
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kind a native of Ft.
14, 1960. many friends for being so piscopal,; Church.b'Uivivors .
"We often sit and think of you, and understanding during the Include a nephew Gaines, Ga., had resided in Miami -
died illness of be- for more than 20
And of the way you and passing our Joan ford sibier-m-law Mrs. years.
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That you could not say good loved one; thanks for the cards, Vermon Ford; two cousins, Mrs. His survivors Include his Widow -
byeBefore letters, telegrams, flowers and Henrietta; five sons, six
and Hose
Jdisy luoxie iurs.
you closed your eyes, other kindnesses that were Anderson. daughters, 2 sisters, a brother
The call was sudden, the shock shown unto us. Special thanksto and 26 grandchildren Services

severe: Rev. S. H. Cousin, choir of BETTY LOUISE RAHMING Monday, at the First Baptist
We little thought such griefwas of Greater Bethel AMID Church, Church in Opa-locka, with Rev.
12-years-old daughter of Mr.
Phi Delta Kappa Sorority, Carver
Mrs. John Fox
ana of
Only those who have lost can Elementary School, the Itahmmg ARTEMUS L. LAWRENCE
Hill .Nassau Bahamas died
tell, x Poinsettia Club and Richardson BROWN, JR., of New York
Pain of parting without iY A Funeral Home; again a March :3. Remains were shipped City, died March 4. He had resided -
farewell, special thanks: to our relativesand to Nassau for final rites in Miami and attended

A silent prayer, many tears, friends; may God bless uiiU burial. Mays' High School. His sur-

Only memories mother dear." BA e each one of you. I MRS. ANNIE BELLE WHITLL'Jf vivors include, his parents, Mr.
dear." .h j C Peter House husband and Mrs. Artemus Brown, Sr.,
James A. Davis, son, Miami r Henrietta .Miles, mother of oUO NW 12th St., diedlarch and his grandmother, Mrs. Lou-
Frances J. Delevoux, daughter Edward G. Clark, brother 5. Arrangements are incomplete venia Brown of Miami. Services
Miami Ira Mae Clark, sister-in- Saturday, at 9:30: a.m., at the
Margaret Clark, daughter, law St. Hugh's Catholic Church in
Miami Coconut Grove, with Father

Joseph York C.CityAlbertha Davis, son, New CARD OF THANKS ALBERT Movarette\ officiating.

1s. Ferguson, Mrs. Virginia Bcttett and family i MRS. MATTIE DAVIS, 1745 I MRS. EDNA DAVIS of 15925
daughter, Boston, Mass. of the late Carrie Young are i NW Gth PI., died March 1, and NW 20th Ave.., died March 10.
Evelyn' Davis, daughter very grateful to Philos Sigma I was tuneraiized March 7, from Mrs Davis, a native of Lake

Miami brother Gamma Rho sorority, the Ladles I St. Luke Baptist Church, Rev City, had: resided In Miami for
Prince Farrington J, D. SAUNDERS
P. W. Williams pastor A resi- 18
Auxiliary, the Inernational Association i years. Her survivors include -

Ruth Miami Hankerson, sister, West who departed this life, March of Railway Employees I dent of this area for 40 years, a daughter, Mrs. Elma
Local No. 3 and her survivors include a sisterof Walton two
Beach Fla. 13, 1050.TJlcre's pastor mem- ; grandchildren,
nelces and on open prate at the L/ers of St. Paul 'ADZE Church St. Petersburg,; three nieces, Barbara Polite and Gloria
end 5t the road, and all the kind neighbors and Mesdames Bertha BIOOKS, Bernice Avery; six great-grandchildren;
i nephews. r Through which each must go friends for their kind wordsof Ellis and Sannie Mae Dil- and one sister, Mrs. Clyde Wil

alone sympathy, cards: and flow- lard; Miss Clara: Bannerman, hams; services Saturday, at
And there In a light we cannotsee god-daughter; and 1 s t e p- 12:30: p.m., at the Mt. Zion AME
:{ IN you. brother Church, with Rev. Greene offi

I Our father claims his own. The Family cia tinge
1 sad, but loving memoryof Beyond the gate! our !loved one I PAMELA C. BANKS, daughter -
the late, J.1l1US happiness and rest. of Doris and Charlie BanKs, ELLIS, BELL of 22G1 NW 65
HEV. C. C. GRAY And there is comfort in the 7181 NW 14th J)]., was dead on St., died March 7. Mr. Bell will
who departed this life March thoughtThat HICHARDSON arrival at Jackson Memorial be remembered by pioneer
12, 1959. a loving God knows Hospital Feb. 28. Graveside citizens of Miami having lived

best. MRS. ADDIE M. TAYLOR of services: at Evergreen were here more than 35 years. He
These few words are husband a me- Georgia Mae Saunders, wife :3111 NW 09th St., died March held March 4.JONNELLA. Is survived by his wife, Kathe-

morial tribute to my Annie Wooten, mother-in-law] '1 1. Surviving are her brother, rine; two brothers; a sister.
who served as pastor of Spiritual Mellio Sherman, sister .Wllie Parden, two grandchild-f Y. STANLEY, Services Saturday, at 430; p.m.,
Baptist Church in Perrine. Maria Bosfield] sister len' Glensworth and Lovell G380 NW 20th Ave.., died March in the chapel.ABRAHAM .
May he rest in peace. Davis; three aunts, two uncles. 3. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs.
:: Elder Elizabeth Gray, wife Marcus T. Stanley.
; Services Saturday at 3 p.m. at t BLUE of 3142
'. I I:' Greater Bethel AME Church. j NW 56th St., died March G, at
.1 I IN MEMORIAL I MRS. ROSA C. WILSON, pioneer I his home. Mr. Blue, a United

IN MEMORIAM ERNEST KING, 315 NW citizen of 2105 NW 5th Ct. States Army veteran of the

: t In sad, but loving memory 11th St., No. 10 died March 5. 1 died March 3. survivors are her Korean Conflict, had lived in

ty In sad, but loving memory of the late, Surviving are his wife, .Euphe-- husband John, one son, PalmerI this area for one year. His sur-
of our daughter, mia, a sister, Mrs. Alberta Simmons I Stepherson; a daughter, Mrs. II I vlvoi-s include a sister, Mrs.
"., REVA LEVA FRANCIS fl """-..,"" ,': his father, Everett, and' Fannie Cannon; two brothers Florine Greene; and an aunt,
: other relatives. Services held as well as grandchildren Seri : Mrs. Laura Ladson. Services
who departed this life March Tuesday In the chapel. vices were held March 7, at I were held Friday, in the chapel,
p4.' 12, 1959. A beautiful rosebud New Mt. Zion Baptist Church, with Rev. Shipp officiating.

II' was picked from our earthly MRS. EMMA JEAN LINENof Rev. H. L. Evans, pastor of _

garden of flowers. Jesus tender M 572 NW 23rd St., died March 'Bethel AME Church Hialean, WILLIE AIOOItF\ REED of
0. She Is survived by her hus- where she served as a stewardess 2515 NW in Opa-locka.
Is shepherd hear me, bless thy lAind, Matthew, a sister, Mrs. officiating, < died March 10. Mr. Reed, a native -
little lamb tonight. Mary Lee Buckles, a brother, : i i of Miss., had resided in
William Summertord.; service MRS MADESTA THOMAS, Miami 8 years. lie Is survivedby
t Mrs. Alice F. Francis, Saturday, at 11 a.m., In the 1000 NW 75th St., mother of his wiuow, Leona; his father,

mother chapel l. i iMRS. Mrs. Frances Scott, teacher at Charley; one brotner, Harvey
Eugene Francis, father, I'' Nathan B. Young Elementary Hunter; and two sisters, Mmes'
;' and ,family .- ANNIE MAE SIMMONS : School, died March 3. Other Minnie Mack and Lillie Shad-
""I who lived at Camer TUrvlvors are four brothersand to Meridian, Miss for' final

Quarters, In Princeton, died two sisters. Services and wick. Mr. Reed was removed
.>larch 9. The body was shipped burial In Cuthbert, Ga. March 9-. rites.
i CARD OF THANKS to ,the Neal Funeral Home-1

r. In Thomaston, Ga., where funeral -I! MRS. MAUDE HODGE PETER MENDOZA of 301

1. We the family of the late, services will be held. Sur THOMPSON, 4G2 NW Gth St., SW 12th Ave., died March 7.
; MR. JULIUS SIMMONS, SR., Marta are her daughter, Mrs. died March 5; following a short Mr. Mendoza was a native ol
take this method of thankingour Howard, and a grandson illness She Is survived by a son, South America, and had lived
many friends for calls ,. John W. Simmons. Wellington Hodge; two brothers In Miami 50 years. Services
,; cards, telegrams, flowers and f a and two sisters; arrangementsare were held Thursday, in the cha-
of 'cards. Incomplete. Pel.
,0 .

1 1// D. Hall, .pastors' aid board of who departed this life March' REPORTERS! 1851 Rutland St., died March 8. WILLIAMS, 17G2 NW 70th

r' Ebenezer Methodist Church. 8, 19G1. The new deadline for. Retting lie is survived by his wife, Ceo- St. died March 12. Mrs. Williams -
Thanks to Francis Funeral church new* Into our office for la; two step-daughters, one a well known resident of
Home, for special services been three years since publication in TUESDAY noon step-son, his mother, two sisters Miami, was the owner and
you went away;'our hearts: were ,and nephew. Funeral
rendered. filled All church reporters are operator the Lottie E. Williams -
with sadness .but\ hoping services
were conducted Thurs. Hotel., Her
Mrs, Annie....Simmons some day we woufd'tpeet, :" our urged to cooperate Church day, at 5:30: survivors Include -
r ,. .. hearts are' filled"with gladness.. IMHS received after noon 'onTuesday p.m. at John her husband, Robert Sr.,
wife Baptist Church
Julius E. Simmons, Jr., Mrs. Rlnah Smith, mother cannot be guaranteed: I It Johnson, pastor., Rev.Final Thedford rites In sin one, son Stanley Robert Blake Jr.,' and a cou

't d son Mrs. Rose Johnson, sistery Ft. Gaines Ga., on Sunday. ments are incomplete.; arrange-

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FOR SALE I I FOR SALENO House For Rent THEUActf TlltfES J-llAMl. f1..A.. r,"

InPEN SUNDAY 2-<5 p.m. 4747 I!! QUALIFYING Like new 2BEDR08M.L..*. ei..n '
SATURDAY MARCH 1-1. 1964 PACE 13; t tc'
NW'5th Are Very new CBS Beautiful 2-** a* '
"OOm CBS whit a whteOe. front porch:: Jhr- ,
bedrooms, large kitchen, awns 2 full bathroom: *. Each bed ln* rand daia rQa< ... :I c'i i
I garage fenced oak floors.:: l"l1has its own entrance and rat d. 4237 XW Sad Ct. $8 I --0l ,
large rooms. Total $13.00lS350 ,i I Its own beautiful bathroow. weekly. Immediate oocupaecj ,
bite, PL' -data Realtor, !: Hat tile roof, wall to wall bK I New Home! 1 I PERFECT HOME .
9-M33. sots, large built-in 3-BEDROOM
kitchen CBS home tio-
I awning \vmdo\vs etc. A bargain fU ted. doted in free porch. i I PERFECT LOCATION!
\;LE,1 Manor Park area at $12,500 and SS3 month Lvfa room dtamg room, to- Owner atuuetu, perfect to- j 2-bedroom CBS beauty,
bedroom/ 2 baths, front 1- 1.lfe Realty. 4t. 32 -\W 7 Ave cbs has stave and refirlg. SL 'c.ateiatLltOr! Park aogssalif7ig modern home with hardwood -
bedroom 1 bath, rear $1,500 PI, 0..41.1.; Olen evenings! and 3333 NW 69th St. Please Okll moTe right in. floors plus
ldo\vn. Good deal. Nites PL Sundays Gru&, f.H-61211 or Air
9433, days 754-3431 A. Ben- : 1 'Terms are real low. Call us many features Total price '; i

Korl, Realtor. for Joc.atiOD.Ve Hare key only 12400. Drive oat to ,

OPEN SUNDAY 2 to 6, 559 DOWNTOWN FOR REIN ALL AGKS.C1I1UI MeaK PARK pick up. d>- ; in office. 530 NW 46th St.

NW 46th St. Yen nice, 2-bed- bedroom AREA. Furn. 1. liveries. For informattoK call Then call us for informa-
CBS. Florida room apt. $18, efficiency. $13 OX 1-3W3 Fenster RealtyPL
room carport or FR 4-4S9S. ltlr e. :
al utilities. Call tion this borne .
tile roof, oak floors. Total Mlcklns Rental Scott j oa
$12 200. Only $300: down. A.Benl l Agency NET 4-0500. 9-8779 Fenster Realty PL 93779BEST
ori, Realtor. Nites. PL
JW>>533, days 754-3431. OPA-LOCKA AREA, fume WANTED N

and unfurn. apt, 1-lxxlroom BEAUTY Manly OPERATOR, ,..' .' .+......... .......+........+.... ..+.....+....++...
DRIVE BY 551 NW 45th St. furn. $21.bctlrooms: turn. $:3, Beauty Salon. 4310 NW7th
No qual1f 'ing. A good deal. 1-bedroom unfurn. $15. :2-bed! phone A\"e.75794.SSr For .LnforoMtkm: aU i BUYS IN TOWN f...
$S3 a month pays all. 2-bed room unfurn. SIR call Mlclcln's ,
room CBS, garage and work Rental Agency NE 4-0500. BEAUTICIAN : Low Down Payment Homes
Junior or sesalur. .
3rd bedroom.
mortgage.shop or Only $1,500 down.One ROOM, nice, clean private entrance U91-9SSO or S4t7S.FREL : Large CBS 3-bedroom 1H bath 7 years new, Fla.

I A, Ben-l orl, Realtor. Sites PLdays bath quiet couple, low i : room' dining room parade, patio. Total $14,000
rent. NE BEAITB.XT1L Oodltion
9-5533, 7M3131.DRl'E 5-52S3 '
treatment with all wig : $450 down $80 month. This won't last.

FURNISHED 1-bedroom apt.. styling at the Fa&hionette Beauty : -0---
BY 4S15 NW
3-bedroom CBS, 2 baths, large !'.I 775 Adults NW 69th St. PL 4-90G9. 1-0617 Salon.for Call immediate OX 1-1682 ser or.ke.OX .; : Hurry on this! CBS 3-bedroom only $71 month. Jal-

Fla. room, total $15,000, $100 only. : ousied porch, hArdwood floors, utility rooms, cedar

nites down, PL A. 9-5533 Ben-Kori days 754-3431.Realtor, ROOM In private! home for a Magnolia Garden ; : lined closets, extras. $11,500 total, $350 down. Own
Christian man Ph. :
or woman. er pays closing costs.
I: 751-1801. 2-U...>droom, 1 bath CBS. N e w .
2-bedroom beauty Carporte, roof newly pamto hardwood floors, real neat.. $sa: 2 NICE ROOMS. Ladles preferred $75 month., HI Tv ::v"; 2111 Wilmington : No qualifying This clean 3.bedroom and den, extra
month, plus small down pay-;I l 1W1 NW IGGth St., Opalocka St. (Schwartz.) I : large aluminum siding
rooms carport utility room.
ment. See it now, 7750 N\V 9 NA 16115.
Ave., then call Fenster Realty, : $11,500 total, $75 month. Reasonable down payment
PL 9-8779. ||I ROOM In private home. $10 School Teachers .. -
[I single. $7.50 double, 1545 :-\\\' '
: CBS 3-bedrooms baths
Large 2
PART appliances
2-Uedroom home with large GSth St. OX 1-1690. TIME room,
Florida room on large lot. Now : large garage. This is only $11,000 total, $350
Nicely landscaped. Total price, 9-ROOM HOUSE. Hot and cold I : down. No closing costs.
only $7,000. Terms are good.< water. Furn, newly painted In Full Time SummerOld : --
Drive out to 412 N\V 47 SUi side. $27. Rooms $G. $7 and $8.
and buy a good home. Fenster'Realty 'I Nice and clean. Call 634-3177. establish company with : Lovely duplex, two l.bedroom apartments, 1 apt.
PL 0-S779. I .nc\r products ulll train a II"OU1\\ completely furnished, $8,500 total, $800 down, $80
I I FURNISHED APT. All electric of high caliber teachers to work 41 month. No qualifying.
$100 DOWN. Owner pays clos- I kitchen. Apply 1391 NW 45 St. part time until school is out. MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS
ing costs on this beautiful du
plex. Located right' Manor! LARGE FURNISHED room In Full-time during summer t IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH .I
Park FHA approved. You can private home. Hot water. Quiet. months with\ pa rn in KM of $1,000
live rent free. A real deal Key I 2129 NW 57th St. or more for vacation period. i SHELL REALTY BROKER
in office at Fenster Realty, PL Applicant l must be azxrKlvc : **- ,
9-8779. I furnished WANTED. A 1-bedroom nice couple cottage for; and have a late model auto i 4260 NW 7th Ave. 758.5551Finest

3-BEDROOM, lovely home, No I apt. Quiet neighborhood $20 mobile. A liberal art back ............................................. .... ....................... . ,
(1UaUC 'ing. Move right in. This wk. Including water and part ground .preferred.
payment on lights 1012 NW
home includes an extra 50x100(
Call for personal fnfrrvirtv
I' 75th St. PL 8-4925.
lot Call for the down payment
I Mr. William olWalt nt311.oG.1J
and monthly I and be
:surprised how payment low it Is. Fen- I VERY NICE CLEAN, furn. 1- from 2 p.m. to 0 p.m.;' Selections In Miami
s'er' Realty, PL 9-8770. bedroom duplex. Manor Park Monday and Tuesday only. i!
area. Nice yard, $20 a wk. Lovely homes open
Nites PL 754-3431. w
FULLY 9-5533, days
room CBS FURN.with-separate Three bed-gar- A. Ben-Korl, Realtor. ,. NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ

age, awnings, stove, refrigerator Real Sstate Loans Term L.is Than Rent
washing machine. HOUSE. Buy like rent, nice I
$400 Dn.
H1A terms and seller house, $100 clown, $22 per week, : .
pays all good condition, good location. FAST SERVICEAll
closing costs. Life
Sundays NW 7 Ave.and PL 9-4371.Realty, Open 4932 You ments.can Small pay family the $100, NE In 555GC.NOTICK pay. type properties II 3031 NW 69th Terr.For .

evenings people who want the very finest in new con
NO Send information or phone their 1964
CLOSING COSTS FHA struction. Sunshine Homes present

terms. Enclosed front and rear The male chorus of Temple Mr. Manning models. Beautiful bedroom, 2 baths, Fla. room,
, is freshly painted inside and fry Saturday at the home of I[ NA 5-26G2
rout. Floors refinished, stove Deacon Alfred Dean 558 NW __...--.... o
;and refrigerator. Price is $9500, 19th St., instead of Brother T. POB 5173, Miami 33101

$200 Life down and $77 per month. Bonlvy's home. The men will ,..,...,,wvvr.n.v..: 5221 NW 5th Avenue
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Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. serve from noon till night. ': :: :;;
PL 9-J371. Open Sundays aDd -- -- 2 beautiful 1964 Sunshine Homes models with 3-

evenings. I bedrooms, 2 baths, Fla. room, oak floors, tile roof

LIV1R NT FREE Beautiful HOMES DIRECT FROM OWNERNo I and built-in kitchen.

like new CBS duplex, 2- _... .. A -
wIiomsJon each side 5450 closing cost Best buys Open Sunday I
monthly payment of.
$85 is so low that the rent I 545 NW 48th Street
from one side will pay it all. r CBS bedroom, Fla. room, oak floors and appli-
IL Life 9-4371.Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave., 534 NW 52nd Street I ances. $400 down. FHA terms. No closing costs. +
evenIngs and
Sundays FHA $450 down. Gorgeous, huge lot. CBS air condo .--
N O stove, refrig., wall to wall carpeting, nice, Fla.
over FHA QUALIFYING payments_ 3bedroom Take room, plus extra house for income. Live for only 331 NW 46th Street

CBS, carport, front porch- $50 per month including tax, insurance. CBS 3.bedroom, oak floors, garage and appliances. V' }
\'e $500 down, $78 month. $350 down, FHA terms. $11,000 total price. ,
o NWht In. Life Realty, -
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. w -
Open Sundays and evenings. 535 NW 52nd Street

-:MOTEL FHA $350 total down, 3-bedrooms, porch, garage, 280 NW 52nd Street

Beautiful HOUSE fUrnIture, drapers, carport, fruit trees 50x145 lot. Extra special below Lovely CBS 3-bedroom, 2 bath, Fla. room,' oak

and homes ?. from 2 model FHA value if sold today. floors, tile roof and 2-car garage, $450 down, $86

11215 $ tremendous savings, per month. FHA terms.
lnond Washington Blvd. Rich L:,:
llgts Call 238-051 -
23S-t 737LOVELY. or 1180 NW 37th Street -

Fully (urn. CBS, carport, Fla. room. $300 total down, We have largest selection of CBS 2 and 3 bedroom ...

house LIKE NEW, larger ,,1 $67 month, $9,500 total price. homes in lovely Manor ParkREALTY l
I lf
roombedroom*, three
? oversize enclosed' ,
type wln21 tile roof, awning I; Inc. F
side Porches*., large front and 4425 NW 8th Avenue NEWS .

kitchen.large We make Huge 4-bedVoom' 2 bath beauty. Move right In, no i

Jt an You're exceptional deal can on this waiting, air cond., stove, refrigerator, corner lot, (The Broker that works for "you) "

4032 .looklnC home.! Ute for ,air Realty outstanding -, garage. $1,000 down. BRAND NEW LOCATION .

OPen swcays NW 7 Ave., PL 9-4371. -.0- NW 7th Ave. PL 44)655 .
and evenings See these fine homes before you buy 4740

IF YOU ARE inter 'VI fS.98RG (Open Sunday. ) . t
free cc_ to JIve _:sl tad call In this a Call Owner direct I r

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.PAGE Pre-School Programat of Racial Equality heldon ceded that he talked to restau
14 SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1964 Jan. 23 restaurant operatorsin rant owners.
Holmes Elem. the northwest section were When he and his partners,
eR+ Holmes Elementary School, asked to start serving Negroes. Arthur Paulk and Ray L. Cle-
After they had agreed, eightof ment leased the former Ho-
at NHSThe 1175 NW 17th St. will have a
BTW School News i. Operetta pre-school orientation programfor them, influenced by Otto W. ward Johnson retaurant In
Science chorus of Miami North- four weeks from June 15 Brady Jr., decided to stick to a Oct., they decided not to serve
Booker T. Washington -, westren Senior Hi'gh School 10. policy of segregation.The Negroes "as a matter of principle
science to July
departmene displayed ( will present Its annual operettaon Rebel Steer Restaurant, ," Brady said.
projects made by students March 18, 1964, at 8 p.m., in This program is for child- 695 NW Oath St.. of which To Dr. Brown's remark that
during a special exhibition on the school auditorium. Thisyear's ren entering first grade at Brady is one of three owners "he's really hurting now,"
March 6. Top scientists were operetta Is "Babesin Holmes Elementary, September. i3 being picketed by CORE as Brady retorted, "It Is not true.
JoAnn Trimble, first place, Botany Toyland", Victor Herbert. There will be no charges.If a protest.Dr. If anything they've helped
; S. Simmons and Sylvester Starring in this ,production are: Interested business."
are please
you John O. Brown, vice-chair-!
2nd Botany
Edwards place,
Sandra Fox, Carl Williams, He- to the school to a meet- I
come hinted that if
Rosa Roberts and Sharveen man of Miami CORE, said Tues-I Brady a pub-
len Smith Madelyn Davis, Alfred March 16 at 2:30 In
Vera ing : p.m. day, the picketing will continue lic accommodations law were
Brown, place, Botany; !
David Permenter
; Scott, 1.Thena.
room he would out of
3rd Indefinitely. passed, get
Rolle and Rudy !
'! Jacquelyn Armbrister, Anthony C. Crowder Is princi- '
Johnson Brady said Rebel Steer will the restaurant bMsinesa.
place, Botany; Annie I Watts, Alphonso Jackson, Judy
and Juanita Fox, first place, Mahoney, Thomas Pearson, i -- ,-, =,.........'1L,.....___,.,...._ ----.1:
Zoology Invertebrates; Anita Johnson nal.North
Patty Demps, Kenneth ,
McGruder, 2nd Place. Linda Nancy Corker, James Dailey, Dade Rec.
Darden, Valerie Hall and Earl Washington, and William
Julia Allen, first pia c e, Parks. Center

Animal Behavior. Herbert In the past, the chorus and the adults' basketball
Moore and Sheryl ''Lewis, second directors have presented Wal- league the Knights defeated the
Place Zoology vertebrates lace's "Maritana'', and Gilbert Raiders 143 to 37 Edward Byrd SERVICE CALLS $1.00
Barbara Whitaker and and Sulllvans "The Mikado". hit 25 points and James Keller
Mae Frances, 2nd Place Ani- Other major musical productions and Eddie Mitchell hie 23 and Day or NightWe
mal Behavior; and Patricia outside the realm of 22 points. The second game the
Scott and Jeanie Cole, 2nd operetta have been Handel's Spoilers defeated the N. D. Service All Makes ofHIFI's

Place Zoology. "Messiah", the Mazart "Re Boosters 104 to 60. Joe Smith
Career Week at BTW begins quiem In D minor", Schulltz's led his team )by scoring 3Q and STEREOS
March 17-21. The theme for "Christmas Story", and Vi- points.
w. Also RentTV'
the year Is "The Future is Our "Y u..1H'' s i "Gl or(a"
Assignment". A special tele- An orchestral ensemble will The teen-age league startedits
cast for 8th graders on voca- accompany the choral group In second half off last week by the week or month
tions throughout the school this delightful and entertaining with the same two teams that
year, many speakers will be operetta. Faculty directorsof won the openers in the first
Invited to talk about careers the chorus are Mrs. Ber- half. The Lakers defeated the 907 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
during this special occasion. thlnia White and Arthur L. Miracle Workers 59 to 56, Na-
This Is a dual week of observ Evans. thaniel Bell scored 29 points.
ance for Washingtonians. The: The second game the Ugly Boys Phone FR 4-2044
school newspaper staff will be defeated the Sea Dogs 59 to 57
Science Fair
observing National Negro News I Maya Jimmy Harvard hit 18 points.

paper Week, March 15-21. : SuccessfulThe
Future Teachers of America Metro Recreation
school-wide Science FairIn
presented their annual program
March 5. The theme which less projects were Features Basketballand
"Guest for Education" was displayed this year than last Lincoln Fields Apartments

brought: out by two speakers: year, was highly successful as TrackThe II
Mr. Leon G. Robinson, advi- It produced three winners of
sor, Division of Student Affairsat superior awards and nine win 5th and 6th grade girls 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
Mlaml'Dade Junior Collegeand ners of excellent awards. The basketball league games will
Mr. Ambrose Garner, chair- fair terminated Tuesday. soon be coming to a close. I Ii .
Superior award winners Each team has two more
man Department of Psychologyand i games
Education, Miami-Dade were Josephine King, Rosa to be played and then the I Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments. .
Junior College. Jones, both 11 graders and play offs. The area chlmpsi: Offering Many Features
A All students taking driver Yvonne Tillman, tenth grade. plus the high <
; education will be given writs Mrs. Nettle Dove Is their teach. meet Rainbow Park girlsach FREE GAS
f ten examinations March 16. er. Mrs. Dove also had 11 other the 20th of the
I J : Mr. Robert Wilcox and Mr. Els- winners, six excellent and five team 'has played four games Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove

ton Davis, Instructors for the honorable mentions.In and the current rating are Newly Painted Venetian Blinds
driver education program, attended the junior high division. wildcats first, Rams second
the Driver Education Alvin Bryant's class, which and Thunderblrds and Hungry Washing Machines Laundry Rooms

I Conference was in Tallahassee entered 15 projects, emerged Tigers tied for third place. Free Parking Auto hot water.reater
I March 6-7 at FAMU. The with three excellent awards, '
?t.. was held simultaneous.conference and 11 honorable mentions. The fifth and sixth 'grade Free Garbage Disposal Filtered water
Pupils who won superior boys closed their basketball
ly with the Interscholastic
I 1
Press Workshop. awards will participate in the season by playing against CARETAKERS ON PREMISES
I Six members of the newspa- Regional Fair.Principal Rainbow Park Boys. Over one
(1 per staff and their adviser Mrs. Earl A. Wells said hundred fifty spectators watched -
Shannon attended the work- that he was pleased with the as the Rainbow Park boys
k caliber of the projects dis- proved to be too much for
shop. The group brought back Weekly Rates
I Bunche. In
'i two awards: Best news story played In the fair and related I general, everyone
? ; and best editorial that the science department enjoyed the game, which prow '
; and, three 14.50. 1-bedroom $18.50 2-bedroom Apt.
ed to be
exciting. The fin
j I honorable mentions: column would do quite well In the ,very

I "clubology", seplcal feature TB Regional competition. al The score next was seasonal 3818. sport will Renting Office open every day Phone OX 1-8M2

! writing.Press project. and headline I BETHUNE ELEMENTARY be track and field events at
I -.t. the end of which will be a tri-
Plaques were donated by the W. C. Cogdell school Track and Field Meet.
''I Chicago Defender for the Best principal
I \ news story and the Miami I Pupils at Bethune are being Every other Wednesday, all
( Times for the best highly motivated in the area the children from 1st thru 6th
'. editorial.
, I' ;, I Presentations were made to of Reading. As a result of this, grades can enjoy movies on Central Life Insurance Co.of Florida"YOUR
I sports, and travalogue In the
o I the school staff during a special pupils are reading many more I
I books than formerly. We find,
assembly March 12. Inspira- FRIENDLY COMPANY"
: tional also, that the pupils get much
speaker for the occosion
I. was Mr. Garth Reeves, satisfaction seeing their nameson MODERN AND ATTRACTIVE POLICIES FROM
I ging editor of the Miami Times. the Honor Bulletin Board $1,000.00 UP TO,.$50,000.00
: Principal Anthony E. Gardinermade' displayed In the library.
I the formal presentations The Junior Red Cross, un- Whole Life Endowment Educational
der the sponsorship of Mrs.
during the
Members < of student the track assembly.team Doris F Blount, 1i dlis-annual Mortgage Redemption

under the direction of Mr. J. assembly program March Retirement
Lang Kershaw are participa- 6. The playlet] was entitled "The Combination Hospital

ting in track events. The second Lonely Little Gift Boxes. And Home
The children beautifulin
J event was lost to Miami were
, Northwestern In the recent their red and ,white attire. ALSO ,
' meet at Moore's Park. The play depicted what actually
M I Family Group Plan
"f"' .f' goes Into gift l*>xes. z
H \\ .] The regular meeting of the Father, Mother and all Children Under 21 Years of
:'1 I .to, "Maya Basketeers PTA will be held March 17 at Age Insured Under One Policy
8 p.m. In the cafetorlum. All
.j j Winners Jr. High parents are asked to attend New-born automatically insured after 15 days

1 Just a reminder the elect -- REPRESENTATIVES
Competition tion of officers will take place 4 AND BRANCH OFFICES

:The Mays Junior High Girls Girl Scout Troop, 218 and Call for representative in your city for additional
Basketball teams were winners Brownie Troop 137 presented a informationMOiEii1
: of first and second place !In the very enjoyable program during
I \' Junior'' High competitions Fri assembly Friday, March 13.
I tt ; day March 6 at Cutler Ridge The program was In obser-
t' Junior High School. vance of Girl Scout Week.

'. V' ,, The RedlandwonCuttwo I Mrs. Gloria Green is the 1
games I Ii leader of Girl Scout Troop 218. ALL FRIENDS AND :MEMBERS
i Ridge losing to Glades for second Assisting her are Mesdames EL MAY MAKE THEIR' ;

t'l \ place. Williams, A. Davis, H. Cun- DONATION TO THE .
The "B" team won all three ningham, C. Hamock, M. Hop- SPIRITUAL TEMPLE OF HOMEOWNERS!
v games which Included Red- kins, L. Rollins and Miss Jen-
ti: / land, Cutler Ridge and Glades. nie Roberts. ZION, Inc. t =- N1 f9j M ytv sib $1000-$20 !
. ... ;We wish 'to congratulate the The leader of Brown! Troop At the home of the vice presto GIIIMiI S/P1k1 $2000-$30 ::
, students on both teams. 137 Is Mrs. Wllhelmenia Jen dent and treasurer. She Is also a.. ...Nmd M frtb. .
: ,thanks I to Emma nings. Those Mes- the 1 $3000-tto ...
Special, go assisting are one of ordained ministers. M Ssnke "
t ,. Bailey, roving guard, and Fannie dames M. McKenzie, L. Harris Oar charter Is registered In toft- LI u_ _u __p ...

Bowman, who was highpoint A.- ,Rivers, B. Greene and B. Broward and Dads Counties UNITED MORTGAGE ..
,. CO. ;;jJ
girl on the "B" team and Kemp.Get L. HUNTER D.D. ,
73i Loretta Williams who was well wishes to Samuel ,
captain of the championshipteam. Grant now confined to Jackson 1657 NW 73rd St. 1M N. CIt MfltWG FRanklin. 9-2176
". --
Hospital. .to''" I ."I. ..

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"' -- .r- J TALLAHASSEEDemonstrating 17 :J W

Christine Michael, a 20-year-
I in sympathy The sixth annual Bahamas I old Haitian, Is being held on a
LEFSTALKPOLITICSBy with an NAACP action In Jacksonville musical festival was held Feb. I manslaughter charge in the
and in protest over the 24.28 In the Qarfunkel Auditorium death of Godfrey Roberts, also
segregation policy of most Mor Forty choirs from New 20. The body of Roberts was
NORMAN E. JONES rison cafeterias in Florida Providence and 13 from the found at his home at Holmes
HISTORICAL .BACKGROUNDOF THE NEGRO IN POLITICS Tallahassee CORE picketed the Out Islands participated. Rock. Grand Bahamas I j
.... local branch of the cafeteria Feb 10. The woman Is alleged ,
- -
- - - -
wwwwww here. Ernest Strachan of Three to have been in a fight with ,

Much credit must be given to ed politics hard and fast and Negro and white students Peas Corner, changed his plea Roberts :nt a club two nights I
and great emphasis placed on used all of the political knowledge marched in front of Morrison's In the Supreme Court on Feb previously, when he sustained
the many benefits the Negro he might have learned with placards saying "FreedomIs 21, from not guilty to guiltyof head injuries.
received from the Church and during the Reconstruction Era [ Everybody's Business" and killing in the course of dangerous Mrs. Susan Lloyd, 02 died at
Fraternal Organizations especi plus many innovations of his COlt Makes Sense NOT to Sup- and driving.his license He was fined her home In Chipplngham, recently -
ally during the first five decades own until! In tne end the 'poll- port Segregation." $70 suspendedfor She Is survived by a
following their emancipation ticing' for control of the local, L. ten years after his described counsel son Albert A. Lloyd, two grand
from physical bondage. district, grand and supreme lod In Jacksonville, the local 0. Pindling" children, Mrs. Helen Scateo
ges pushed the other original NAACP has been picketing as 19 years on this and Albert E. Lloyd and
These Fraternal and Religious earth, but with a mental
objectives in the backgroundand Morrison's and several sit-in age seven great-grandchildren.
Institutions provided the brought about the col- ners have been arrested. Frank of 10-12 years.
means whereby the Negro literally lapse of most of the Fraternal O'Neill, president of Talla- Strachan was driving in a
lifted himself by his Organizations and eliminated hassee CORE, pointed out: dangerous manner on Oct. G
own boootstraps and offered what few might have survived "Our protest in Tallahassee was when his car struck Herman ,
ways for the Negro to become from important and significantroles. in part a sympathy action in Johnson and Injured him fatally ,,-
adjusted to making his own support of the NAACP cam-
way and adjusting himself to a paign in Jacksonville. It was The Bahamas Senate met for
free society whereby he might The church on the other also the protest action againstthe the first time on Feb 20. Because -
express his will, even thoughIt hand survived, grew and general segregation policy of illness the president,
might be In a limited man- prospered as by its very nature of most Morrison cafeterias the Hon. Sir !George Roberts,
it was not vulnerable. to total throughout the state." was absent; but the Hon. Don
ner.Of the benefits received man-made pouucing to a degree aid McKinney was elected chair in
from many these organizations which would bring about I Ir man.
though there .
probably the most valuablewas was and still Is a tereat deal of He swore In the followingseven
to provide an emotional political manipulation thruout members who had not
outlet from, their present deplorable its activities been members of the Legisla-
conditions and to provide tive Council The lion D. n '
: G A. at'
... . .. .
a hope for the future to
The Fraternal Organizationswere Bethel, the Hon Harold Saun-
give them the moral strenghtto the most versatile of the ders, the lion. Rev R. S. Bar
endure and want to live be. two as one hardly belonged to rett, the Hon K. M. Thompson ,.
yondi each seemingly hopeless more than one church at a Captain, the Hon. Sherwin
day. __ Archer, the Hon Charles
time but it was common to m L SA I- --
hold membership in as Rhodrlguez, and the lIon. Clif
Even under the most unbear six or eight different manyas Fra- ford Darling. I
able circumstances and conditions : ternal Organizations at the :: I t'I
they could always find same time. The number of Age 65 Isn't as old as It once Rudolph Knowles of Moore's
strenght ID tarry on by look- these lodges were seemingly was and people live longer than Island, Abaco, was killed Instantly i
Ing forward to Church preach- endless, some very large with they used to. For. these reasons, while unloading a The best possible medical can U
ing singing and praying and local lodges nationwide, others many people work on past age truck at Freeport Grand Ba given to Bobby Taylor, 5, victim
Lodge Meeting where the var- very small operating only locally 65, according to Edward P. hama on Feb. 13. He was em- of a disorder that causes muscle*
rous rituals and ceremonies, gave or state wide with the Blonston, District Manager for played by the Perinl Construction wasting below his knees. Hen he
them a sense_ of dignity! Importance various intermediate sizes. Social Security in the North Mi as a truck driver. Policeare -over from Dr. L..
and belonging. i I I amt area. lie urged all workers investigating.Mrs. getsSchuster, pediatric nearolo 1
So great was the influenceof who are at least 65 to ask about gist on medical team of March of
There were many tangible Fraternal Organizations and social security payments. Some Ellen Jane Smith of Dimes Birth Defects Center, lobes
bents accruing from mem the church on the political and payments may be paid at age Bluff Eleuthera, died nt the Hopkins University School of Medl-,
+ In the church and lodge economic destiny of these new 65 even though you work full Princess Margaret Hospital due, Baltimore, Md. Youngster
tat death and sick benefits, an ly freed slaves that we will time. It depends on how much i I i Feb 13. Funeral services wero must wear leg braces but be gets
Assurance of a decent burial continue in greater detail in you earn each year. Those who I held at Wesley Methodist round all right In most games Mthpe
and big funeral turnout the succeeding chapters discussionof earn too much to get payments I Church, Blue Hill Road. children on bit block.
establishment and malntain- some of these major Influ- cannot lower the amount of
ence of schools for the children ences and their relationship to their future retirement checks
recreational outlets as sup- the social political and econo- by making a claim at 65. On the
pers, fish frys, picnics, ;:state mic evolution of the Negro In other hand, some who do not I AT HANKER YOU CAN BURY
and district conventions andof America. file a claim at 65 because they
course the opportunity for .- think they earn too much, could I
them or their children to be FAMU To Take' possibly draw some monthly
preachers, teachers, local dis- payments. I
trict and state lodge officials Back Ousted :
which was not only a great "Inquire before you retire" is
honor but could be must financially StudentsIt the motto for social security. CASH OUTLAY!
rewarding to a degree was announced on Tuesday This is especially true if you
above and beyond anything Florida A and M University are 65 or over. Many people believe I i
they could possibly do. has agreed to admit two $1200 a year is all they
students who were "suspended can earn and still get their so SOCIAL SECURITY . . $255.00V.
'But in addition to these and Indefinitely" last fall after cial security check. "This Is not
many other advantages, ,the they were held in contempt of the whole story," says Mr. Dions-
church and lodge offered them court for participating In civil ton. "Some benefits may be paid A . . . . 250.00
the opportunity to engage In rights demonstrations outsidea even though the annual earnings
political activity which they Tallahassee theatre. are over $1200. Whether bene-
enjoyed all too briefly, with If they file applications for fits are paid or not depends on TOTAL FUNERAL $505.00
out any Interference from the admission before Aug. 1, Mrs. two things; the amount of the
whites. And so actually at times Patricia Stephens Due, 23, of monthly check and the amount
to the detriment of the total Miami, and Rubin R. Kenon, of yearly earnings over $1200. $000
best interests -of the church 25, of Lake City will be In One dollar In yearly benefits is CASH OUTLAY
and the lodge, the Negro play. I classes next fall. held back for each two between dollarsof
yearly earnings
$1200 and $1700. For all earn-
SEE TIlE WORLD'S ings over $1700 Ina year, bene Funerals From $150 UpGRAVE
I : GREAT PROPHET fits are withheld dollar for dol.
v-' A True Leader lar.
Years of Experience
Your social security office has
Itlfthop Hunter In well known a*
PROF. HUNTER pamhlets that explain these
rules in detail. Mr. Dlonston ad. '
k'f '" If yon are nick, worried or In vises all workers 65 or over who CALL MANKER FUNERAL HOME
h onble this Is the place to come
Don't stay In the rot, push back have not inquired to get the
$. the veil of bad lack that seems facts now at the social security
4: k, to hold yon In year track, and office. Tho office In the North OX 1-9151
> Y advance forward by the help of
Miami area is at 234 NE 79th St.
f' 4, Goo under the leadership oft
: Prof. Hunter who has 85 years
/, t of experience In spiritual and
4a1.,f;" occult science. Make your home Attention
< hnppy. He will how yon how.to .
bypass your enemies' and pet; the things that; life demands. Home Owners w

for you. Come. one, come all. Healing meeting every Wed For quality building
the 'Spiritual Temple of Zion, Inc, 5417 HW 17tn
nesday at
St., West Hollywood, FU. 7:30 p.m. addition and remodelingPL


Frem $5 per week Ii

s Room Kitchens

BeoVoems Bathroom
Carport. Garages "Living Service for the.Living"

Awnings Fences L. Funeral Home
News Realty, Inc. Oscar Range

Florida (BUILDERS DIVISION) M. Athalle Range, Owner N. 'Patrick Range, Mgr. :
17th Street
1417 S.W.
N.W. 17th Avenue
all. east State Road 441 s ...0.. wsst of JIallaDclalenb o. 4740 NW 7th Ave. 5727 '

aide Office hours County.Ikadings 8wulaJ' HID)*I I OX 14)131 OX 14343SA1URnA .
Licensed b State.... 48117. : ) l
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.: MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. Voters League Meetsin will be presented In two mass day afternoon, with a banquet,
1} meetings with emphasis on at which time various .caadi-)
l. PAGE 16 SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1964 Orlando This state wide voter registration
I campaigns. i dates have lien invited to make'

Weekend. their presentations.
v*'jO. I. The meeting will close Sun

I The late Isadore Singleton, ", '4. 2
You Have A Right former president of the Florida
;: Voters League will be honored NEW HOMES DELUXE FOR LESS: FINEST: ; I r

posthumously by the league "*" 5" x- ". .' ......1
: with the presentation of a 1452 NW 58th Terr, 1941 NW 49th St. Itttt'SWiOtli. '8t..
To Know ItBy plaque to his widow at the ban.
que to his widow at the ban. OPEN 3 to :5 P.M.f 4y".. .,, ;.

I quet climaxing the two day .3 large bedrooms, 2 baths, garage, ForidK rooirtf ',electric
T. WILLARD FAIR an individual who can type 55- meeting of the league Saturday'and
Sunday March 14-15, in kitchen. Large lots for sale $1,500 up
05 words per minute and take
T. Willard Fair Associate Orlando. FOR SALE LOT ON NW 63rd ST. 80 FEET
Director of the Greater Miami shorthand at La, rat 1J of,!. 6Q-70
Urban League, will present a J words per minute. Such a. person Also scheduled to be honored FOIL SALE LOT ON NE 152nd TERR. 100 FEET
are Jesse J, McCrary Senior
column in this' newspaper week would have been employ- 'I,Law Student at Florida A and Need Money? See Baron JE 8.1340
ly entitled "You Have A Right]I 1 ed by one of the local hosplfojs.! M .University from Ocala, can
To Know It." 'I Lots Homes Mortgages Cash Paid
I 1 now we have two with didate for the State Legislature -
The purpose of this article orders for stenographers from Marion County ,,and
will be to educate the Miami similar qualifications to workin St. Petersburg Attorney Isaiah
community more specificallythe two the local banks. Williams candidate for State
community in regards Legislature. from Pinellas Coun
Negro 7, Q: I have I. B M. Card ty.
Education and
to Equal in Punch training but I can't finda Thanks! To the people that turn-
Employment Opportunities" Job. What should I do? (L.S.) Headquarters for the ses. many
the "Magic City : U.L.A: If you feel that you sions will be at the Saddler
This Educational process I can pass 'a written Civil Ser- Hotel on West Church 'St.: bus ed out to see our opening display of our
will be fulfilled by the utilization vice' test and an appropriate ses are expected with delegatesfrom
performing test in which you Miami, Ocala, Ft. Lauderdale -
of the question and answer
method. Suffice it to say, any- must We able to type 35 CWPM, West Palm Beach and pos newest model "The Home of Value""Cheater
one who has a question in reference .- get In contact with us Immedlatly. sibly other areas. On Saturday,
to opportunities In The Coast Guard, located Ministers from over the state Wynne" again invites you to see this model
In the Federal Building on
these two areas should submit
card Flagler St., room 1020, has an 'r with other homes in the
the question on a postal along same area
for I, B. M. Card
opening an SINGH 1948 .
along with their telephone number -
Punch -
and name, to the Greater operator.
Miami Urban League 395 NW 8. Q: What Manpower Train- For Quality Building,

1st St., in care of T. Willard Ing Projects have been completed 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths Hardwood! Floors
Fair. Your question and name, In the community? (P.S.) PL 13604LOT
unless wish to remain anonymous -
you The
U.L.A: following projects
Sunken Florida Room Built Oven & Range
(and If so please Indi- have been completed: Waitress, ,
cate this on your postal card), Typist, Stenographer, and Cal axeeac&S
will appear in the column. culating Machine operator. Large Utility Room Plus Many Fine Features

These projects Involved 228
The Urban League will attempt trainees. Guess what, P.S.? 192 y ARE YOU WONDERING ABOUT THE, PRICE???
to answer all questions
are now employed in training a
submitted; for it feels, as a citizen related occupations. If you are Come on out of this community. You Interested, or if you know
Have A Right To Know. what's someone who is, the numberto buy one of these homes with our
going on in it. dial Is FR 7-2411 The words OWNERS I
1. Q:' What are the require- to say are "Manpower Train- We plan, guide and advise
ments for entrance to the ing, Please.;
Open Saturday and SundaY' 1 to 5
Your plans or oars p.m.
Evening Trade. Extension
:3. Q: Could you tell me what
Training Course offered by the ''are future
propects planned by, Custom Built Homes
Division of Vocational, Technical MODEL AT
the .MDTA? (M.P.) -
and Adult Education of Attractive Additions
Dade County Public School. ?, U.L.A: I would be .more, than
(Q. Mills). ;:happy to. Mr. Michael .H. Quality ,Alterations,

:Houchard, Manpower Training :867 N.W. 73rd ST.OUR
U. L. AAn\ applicant for ,Coordinator and his staff are I. Good bank financing
Evening Trade and Technical now taking under consicleratlon -* .
Extension Training must be 16 proposals for the following 817AKIILSX7BGDDBDBG&Sfe
years of age or older and must occupations: Nurses Aide,
be employed in an occupation Nurse Practical, Computer OFFICE:
for which the training was de. (
I Programmer Vending Mach-
signed, or must have been so I ine Repairman, and the resub- 4140 NW 12th Ave. Phone 634.7346
.. employed if he or she is presently mittal of proposals for Com- Licensed Insured

unemployed. mercial Cooking and Baking, "We will also build on your lot"
N.E. 79th
888 Street
2. Q: Are all of the Vocation. Automobile Body Repair and I
al, Technical and Adult Edu- Automobile Mechanic.
cation programs in the various Lt"...____ ..

schools opened to all citizens,?
(D. Ellis)

U.L.A all: citizens.All centers However are openedto due EDISON SPECIALS Ford Real Estate Specials!

to Miami's dousing
segregated -
policy In the past, many 442 NW 46th Street
centers today are predominant.
ly Negro and vice versa. Open Sunday 2-6 p.im.
Down Payments From $100
3. Where .
Q: should o to
apply for the various Civil Ser- 3-bedroom CBS. Corner, fenced rear-I' yard.. Extra We Help You With The Financing
vice Examinations given by the Urge work shop. FHA terms. 0.1; ', 'h.' ..
City of Miami? (E. Davis) I ,_..., t '1-1228'NW 42nd St. =Rent this house" $18 week "

U.L.A person: You at the should City apply of in .- ...., #' d I 1-bedroom, Florida porch, near bus line.
Miami """' "
Civil Service Board 3318 Pan 438 NW 46th Street ," 2-4701 NW 15th Ave. $90 month. Includes taxes

American Drive. Open Sunday 2-6: p4nif.*$!** and insurance. *

4. Q: Can Negroes obtain em. See this Manor Park beauty. Tile roof Florida
ployment with the American 2-bedroom CBS. 2 Fla. rooms 18x20. Separate work :1:
Telephone and Telegraph Company room, carport, hardwood! floors. Open foxy your ".
shops and .
laundry. FHA
as Operators? If so. what inspection. Excellent for school teacher''
are the qualifications? (T. N.) .. \ mth'' .
U.L.A: American Telephone --1- ,3-Your choice of theae. $150 dowlu. '- .

and several Telegraph Company has 566, NW 47th TerraceVery A. 2959 NW 57th Street. 3-bedrooms. ,itl :' ;; :.f J
Negroes employed as ... .t1, .pli; W J.Wt"t:
Operators. In order to qualify B. 3154 NW 57th Street. 2-bed l'c.
for employment with the large 3-bedroom CBS home, Fla. room, FHA .
com 1180 NW 67th' Street''Near school ''i
pany one must have a high I'
school diploma and the terms. Drive by, then,,,callus..
ability ;'o ; 4-1735 NW 68th Street down
to their test. No $795
is necessary. They experience have a .' ':". : .. : .... I Brand'new' 3-bedroom home. (tr

training operators.program If you for are all interested new- CBS;i.Dill.. ".,. : n, f'1 "" 'It, 5-1457, NW 50th Street. Across from Manor Park. i

and feel that "" "' conventional. ;!r.I' CBS home Florida
you can quail- room, garage. $695 down.
1 and 2 bedrooms FHA and Natersiu i
fy apply at the Personnel Department ""#.'.. ; : ., f
of American ''.'
Tele- '
phone and Telegraph nice neighborhoods. ..*"
We have a nice selection of '.
located at 36 NE 2nd St., on the .'
first floor. 3-bedroom CBS brand '
East of ExpresswayCBS new home ?
5. Q: Is the University of Miami -

open to all citizens? (T.M.) 2-bedrooms, 2 screened porches, carporte., ,
U.L.A: Yes, the U.. M., is open r > l' ;t
to, all citizens. ||||Tented In $11,500 total. $78 a month pays all, FHA terms. We will trade your old house or lot
its enrollment KttUr, different ;'P,
ra a- !
groes. It:;: '.. _I"/- We are Open Saturday and Sunday 1;t

dlaJ Information.f'\MOffi' 'ft11II.f.l1t': ,j r'..,. ""\,. .:,'\.' i., EDISON REALTY :" I

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:.. ,17511. 62nd St. 7512441BalfeyWto
Il ;. M "+"Jy 569 N.W. 54th Street 75887S1

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