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 21, 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
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00155

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",' 41st Year, No. 25 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1964 SIXTEEN, PAGES, 10 C +


.:; Reeves and Buchanan To Head New Dade Schools To Engage In !

Integrated Snorts ContestsThe

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: Integrated Lincoln National Bank Here Florida High School< 'Activities "Times can't,''be refuted In this
Association )last satur- meet,
day'' approved a motion by Other coaches who say they
Stockholders Elect tive; Irving Rablnvltz, con Edison :Center, was originally, Dade County school superin- like the Idea, are: Lee Perry
tractor; Roselyn Orr, assistant capitalized at $500,000 by the tendent Dr. Joe Hall allowing athletic director at Northwestern -
', 10 Directors secretary of Roosevelt Savingsand Comptroller of the Currency.But competition among all coun- ,* ,Nathaniel (Traz) Powell. ;
H. L. Gregory, Insurance a great demand for stock, ty 'high schools.., head football coach at Carver;
executive. John' B. Orr, Jr. la particularly from ) Negroes, Rufus TrlbMe, grid coach at
\, Garth C. Reeves, managing counsel for the bank. // forced,; an increase in the cap.. Coaches and athletic dIrec- Mays High; Haywood Fowle of
editor of the :Miami Times, Lincoln National, to be located italizatIon $600,000. The Lincoln tors received the news with Edison High, and Coach Jim )
K.. and Frank :M Buchanan, former next door to Roosevelt Sayings stock was the .first bank mixed feelings, and expressedthe Powell of Hialeah High.
member of the State Boardof and Loan Association in stock offered Negroes in Miami. opinion that there wouldbe
Moore believes that this
no rush to schl"Clule'games,
Control and local Insurance X ;} especially In football, since meet will provide the Impetus,
executive, have been elected they already have a complete for a Dade County Athletic
1' to head the new Lincoln Na- b lineup for the year. Conference.

tional Bank scheduled to open Wednesday night the first
here next month. Reeves was irr Dade County track meet, after
elected chairman of the board
four years of anticipation, became -
and Buchanan president of, : ja reality under\ the very
Lincoln, the first racially inte- eyes of Coach Bennie Moore :at ty
grated national bank charteredin Minml-, ade County Junior
the south. College,

At the shareholders' organizational Moore, Northwestern track
meeting on March 10 directors coach, said his Bulls were
were elected by a majority ready for the first athletic
of the stockholders rep- + i a r i contest In Dade involving Negro -
,resented at, the meeting. w and predominantly white \

Other board members in- schools ? f '. '.. '
,T l elude Dr.John O. Brown, oph. "This is the break we've St 1 .t y,
been waiting for a chanceto
thalmologtet and former presi
:;' dent of Miami;CORE; and Bishop i r prove ourselves" against all .
W. F:;;'Ball, bishop of'the i competition, Moore said. rp.\ "

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, t Leonard :*. xTreister, attorney; ;;GAkTIt\C.REEVE8 t FRANK M.Jo BUCHANAN. .

Arthur .Mj,Lowell, Note. Seaecu.! ,,, y$,Ctinlrntnn: of the"Board f r :. ., President. 1

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1 LBJ's War On PovertyWill'Benefit Elks Protest Death 1964 Ruaawurm, .".. ,_ ,. 'j

Award WinnerDick
For Moronic BoysW.

Negroes Gregory, comedian turn
0. Perry, state' president ed Civil Rights fighter, led the
of the the list of ten 1001 Russwurm
.,- T Elks of World has
Standard of Living ployment "shall be furnishedonly filed a formal protest with Award winners named by the
I I to a full-time student Gov. Farris Bryant over his National Newspaper Publishers -
., JTo be Raised from a low-Income' family who refusal to grant clemency In Association. (See Story on
a r I needs the work to stay' in the the death sentences of two moronic rot ', t4 page 7)).
; i Institution. youths convicted .of i
PresidentJohnsoriV ,
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., t wage war otJ.:. poverty plan Is described -:! ':t Other benefits in' the proposed murder. 1 I Q I J I AME Church to Join/
as aTteomplement'to the I II legislation are said to His telegram follows: '.
I ': JClvll Rights{DlU 'and a' way to :lm, at helping 'the. Negro eco Hon Farrw Bryant /, ':' )
'help the Negro, OUf"hiS economic II nomically.WA Gov of the(State of Florida &L_ ,' $" '. + (. In Tallahassee Marcli,
i V correspondent r in Washington Dear ;
plight Sir. ,
: ',: said: {' \ Cr r" 'i Mlts'; (' "'ohtlld AfnumI'gsner C 4''e.,Presiding. Bishop, of the
-* The legislatreta- sent, to Con- ?;jT"The'' "Mo$ Corps' In' John- Twre.nty. thousand! ] "mwnbMlof lechnldaiufrom tor ..City ffican; 1'Methodist Episcopal 1
: gress along twith the poverty' Son's prod>sal law, which the Improved BenevolentProtective held a clinic on Monday at the Chu ch"n.lortda", the Rt. Rev.
,4 message makes,- It somewhat I would take. 100,000 young Order of Elks of Sunlight School of. Beauty W. F. Ball, announced today
'certain ,that?the_bulkjpf the males between; 10 ;and '21 out the World residing In Florida where she lectured and dem- that the entire Florida Confer- f
million, dollars requested of circulation is1'apparently' < Intended Implore"yqur executive (Clemency .onstratedj Ciirlaxer and Curl- ence numbering' more than
would go. toward raisingthe to sdak some of the- irt sparing the' live fl aif, out f j ) I\ rY\/.< !<* 75,000 Ecumenical S t
up > Marc
standard of Negro families. switch-blade knife set 18-year-old Tommy Lee ThtsVlwo newbeaut.yvlnnovations ; prove the Tallahassee
\.c' roaming the Negro ghettoes now of Dan Wilkins, 19, who have peen are scoring a big hit called by the NAACP for March 1dersr.
The bill also proposes the
sentenced to die on charges of with Miami beauticians. 27.
the North
creation of a..."work trainingprogram" : murder. In meditating the grave Another clinic will be held at Bishop Ball stated that his
: fqc 00,000 young decision we are Calling on.your( .: 9tQ Hne- .personal representative for the
sters a miL of'CCC (Civilian attention the mental ages"'.(six. .Cease rUnWt81ty. ,rch 23and} March will be the Rev. J. S.
Cons iiipm Corps about Killed years and eight years) of"these 1 : 'r Aril Johnson, pastor of St. Ste-
30 years agoT In distributingthis Man In two examination I n psychlatric 6 rand'T'arNorthwestenrSenlor, phens AME Church In Jacksonville "
assistance, the; director High School. .
shall consider "among other V
the, ratios -
relevant'factors of I
ra, population unemployment and ChlbFight
family Income levels."
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In the "work-study'program" l Herbert i'Thom ., 31,'.'of, 1907NW
;hich will help 140,000 ,students .- 2nd, court was(,killed early
. Sunday morning in a fight at
ll, earn their,wayJn college ;
, by working a'smaximutn'of aftJatlt\Club.tO"J 'jBo .2 )

, 1"" 45 hours per week (at Jobs Albert. Blash: 23", of 2025 1 NW
Conceived bYdhe,college) t he 4th ,court .was charged by Miami 3ti.i
> ,law w o. u l d')say 'thatsem- J Homicide -* ;*Detective
i Charles Shepherd with the
first degree, murder of, Tho-
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Apprentice TrainingProgrram.Opened
Shepherd said Thomas was
' ., arrested at 2:30: ,a.m. on a "v, yi r y 'f a
charge '* of"creating7 a distur
The apprenticeship training bance. ;He', posted' a $25 bond, .

t,..., program reconditioning at American';and Alrmotlveat maintenance 1 later.and.', waf.......' released- 4.....-- ,20 minutes- lr .' 1 PM v xTk': ,

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ternational Airport has been I and two'other c at the Florida, A and ,M. University ;. Key:West; 'James- Wood? Charles! 'Wynder,." Jacksonville;
t1 opened to Negroes by U. 6.; Harlem ,,Square cub, NW 2nd students recently named ard, Miami; 'Marie J.: Alford Wlllard' Wataonr SebrlnB; John

Government orders. I Ave. and 10th; St. Shepherd Ito,Whp" Who ,Among Students Miami: Dr. ,George Gore, Gladys Williams FoX Ft., Pierce Dade ;City Jacqueline; Barbara J.,
Negroes who want ({raining said that when' the' husbands :: ''
mechanicsheet: went out for a''minute, three In'Araerican' Colleges land'Un o ry > f GWertdalmfMar'; .WlUlams. Jacksonville; 'Fletcher
as metal airline etc. I others men' sat. at their taMe: Vfersltles are shown here with Mdlort land jOlbaon, ,Lakeland:.Betty, Har-,
... should'Workers.weld apply for theTS tr, ,' "When" they 'returned"a' fight Dr.'Oeon -Wr Gore Jr r-president .hall,-SUrke.. _. ?; x_. ..dln..,St..,f,Petersburg' Franklin
The gets Juicy started and Thomas was shot during a banquet held in Standing, left to right areJotllart : Hamilton,,; Quincy Penelope t
; ernmerit company fcontractereeVery' fn1nB'I' :.In thef mix-up.! He 'died in the thelr'holor. Shown seated left Calltoa,- Birming! Jones, Jacksonville-aad Roostvclt" -. P
and the pay is very night club, the:'detctive 'said. t6 right are: ''Juliette Saun- ;Ala.; Phyits-t :* ; 14Jam1: ;Wptct' Park.. A :

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I weekly at the VA Office, 9S4 W.Plagler three horsemen were riding then said, "You have done as I and other precious stones. They
Vc"'oTR'EN As they crossed commanded. Tomorrow at sunup : remembered the warning. They
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of Veterans In this the horsemenrode
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then told them to dismount, the sun rose, they And this Is the story of Life
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EducationC'onference { SATURDAY MARCH 21, 1964 PACE :3

C'Asr,''' ,
TALLAHASSEE. Leadersin etaA : .; *'

driver education from schools ,:,( ..
and communttes, throughout i

= ItARRARA CROSKKY lanta the monthof the state were In attendance at ;
arc spending ::;' {
Florida A and M '
of Cocoa, spent the weekend March at their 7778 NW 9th Universty .
for the annual Driver Educa- ,
here as the guest. of her broth. Ave. winter home. Saturday the tion h '
Conference held March
er and sister-in-law Al and Fraziers entertained din- .,
at a '
6-8 in the Automotive building '- '
Carmen :A i .
Jackson ner party. Among; those enjoying :
of the FAMU Vocation-Techni : -\1.tt :6-:
the evening were Mr. and
cal '
Institute '
AN AUTO ACCIDENT hospitalized Mrs. Hubert Gill, Mr. and Mrs. .., -. k:".; ,
Mrs. Thelma RobIn- 1 James Summons Mr. and Mrs. Julius Harper served as &'r '- ,\ r ,,' tt;

son and her daughter. Crystal Dan Francis Mr. and Mrs. chairman of the conference registration < \' : )
along with Mrs. Mabelle Wilson I Alonzo Fannin, Mr. and Mrs. committee, and was "' : ) _,

over the weekend. We wish for John Barkley, Mrs, Willie Gibson assisted by Thomas W. Samuelsand I ''I : i""t' it. 4Iftt .
each a speedy recovery Mr. and Mrs. Bill Slater, Delano Filer. The conference ,. II'' '& 0:' "
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Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Peters, Mrs. was sponsored by the II: .
GERRY ARRINGTON was a Ova Klllens, Mr and Mrs. State Department of Education \ ", ,3 ,t,'. t : '
gracious hostess to the MRSon Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thomas D. Bailey, super. + 1 ,,1, \, )". 'f(1
Saturday evening.Mrs. Reid. The delicacies served intendent. "" ,k. ..... ): :
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were too many to mention. \ .:' "k" ,'Y' t 1 "", :.
EDWARD (Flora) Miamians who registered; for .it I ''\;'; :
BTRACHAN is Mrs CLYDE KILLEN8 the conference Included Samuel: Q' SII .lei g't', ,
ill at Christian : entertained : ) t. \1. ,I'i'
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Wilson : '
friends High '
Hospital. A cherry card would numerous at Mays ) ,
be appreciated. an elaborate bridge luncheonon Goulds; Joe Kearns Jr. Booker .f. .l'I ()
Saturday afternoon. T. Washington High. ; Mrs. Fan. 't 'V "r\\:

FRIENDS nle Humes, Northwestern High .
ARE visiting Mrs \ : ;
Thomas Baker who is ill at =MRS. JOSEPH TERRELL School, I". D, Turner, Mays
Christian Hospital. (Cleo) of Chicago, who spent Senior High I. School, Goulds, ,9 I" !
last week in the city attending Robert M. Wilcox and Elston I ., i' M
Mrs. MARY BRiTT WOODS the funeral of her mother, Mrs. Davis, Booker T. Washington. TJ

Is up and out again nfter being Nancy S. Clements returned
confined to her home for- to her home Saturday night. VA Moves to Federal : .& : Is

two weeks. :
READ THIS nnd enjoyed it jji h

Tile CARIBBEAN MUSIC so much, wanted to share with Building '
CLUB has announced a schol- you. I I II
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arship competlton for April. If THE SALT OF THE EARTH I I The Veterans AdministrationOffice \ 7" .. :", 1 511
you play an orchestral Instrument WIIO ARE THEY? They are is now In Its permanent ; th s.Q> r Pe 'a iJ:'a

piano, organ. or sing and those who find their duty and quarters at the Federal Building :" 11'I.,,. .. 1'J 1'\".,,
are 18 years of age or younger do it. They are those who believe 51 SW 1st Ave., in down- y'G J .... it 1"t. ,t
and live south of SW 80th they are ordained to town Miami \.. ," .
St., you are eligible.. For fur.I make life better for their pF B .
ther information write Mrs. I neighbors. and to relieve the The building at 084 W. Finn- ., :. ,,1
Fred L. Matter Jr., 8750 SW I burden of their favored brethren ler was vacated Feb 29, at
192nd Terr or telephone her which time the VA was put In .

at 238-2101. I. temparary space on the 8th "The Song of llernadette," met. Dorine Cordcra and Sharon -
WHO ARE THEY? They are floor of the Federal Building major spring production of 1 Hudson play the role of
LAST SUNDAY A Fashion the businessmen, the Inven- The move down to the per- North Dade Thespian Troupe Bernardo.

Tea, sponsored by Usher Board tors, the production men, the manent location on the 1st floor 2123, will be presented March The play has a cast of 35 including -
No. 2 of Antioch Baptist farmers, the trainmen, the was made on March 6. Regular 25-20 nt 8:15: p.m. in the North the North Dade choir
Church at Brownsville was clerks, the, "silent army." telephone service has been resumed Dade auditorium. The play, a under the direction of Miss
held at the home of Mr. and the unrecognized, unhonored and the number to call religious drama in threo acts, Cassandra Hanna.
Mrs Williams (Ruth). Spring but the Jewels of the Am- to reach the Conact Sectionfor la! about a young girl who sees
Fashions were interspered erican way of life general Information on the Virgin Mary in France Mr. Randolph is being assisted I

with musical numbers Roscoe WHO ARE THEY? Theyare veterans' benefits are 350-5107 during the 10th century. by Mrs. Betty Smiley,
Emett Williams Jr., Mrs. those who accept the responsibilities and 3505168. Mr. Clarence Jones, Mrs. Barbara
Speed, Mrs. Annie W. of leadership in Director James H. Randolph Arunha, Mrs. Albcrtha
Green and Linton Berrien. times of peril. They are the says, "The cast of the play Is Carroll)), '1S.. Greer, Leroy

worthy successors of the Hall High Shevin on doing a terrific Job In rehearsal. Daniels, Luther Anderson and
GET WELL WISHES to Mrs. heroes of Valley Forge, Gettys- It's a challenging play, Henry Plnkney, his Intern.
Sarah Bethel, mother of (Geneva bufg and Iwo Jlma. but the J kids..' are handling it
,) (Dunbar school marm) WHO ARE THEY? They are Open Mike very well," ,I Calvin] to bottom left to right:
and Mrs. Aline Burroughs, the statesmen, editors and Member of the cast vnr Dorsett Bernard Stuart,
mother of Miss Mary Hence patriots and the men and i Metro Mayor Chuck HaUi Miami from! seasoned; performers to Rose Smith, Gladys Perry Hoberta 14 k,
who are Ill.EPISCOPAI4. women on the street who Mayor Robert High those making debuts.. Major Janice ,
I eternally fight those who with and Bob Shevin candidate for roles arc being performed l/y Priscilla Adams, Anthony Cul
Church Women ,, poison thinking and teeth of the Florida Legislature, will Janice Ryles and Roberta mer, Marjorie Furlow, Alvin
of Join host Hendrlck J, Berns Jones, Teresa Rlgby I Margaret I
Transfiguration presented i steel are trying to defile and Davis as Bernadette! Calvin
their Inauguaral Passion Sunday destroy the integrity and free next Sunday evening, on Open Dorsett us the Dean; Gladys Sweeting, Gloria Davis and
Musical Tea Time by the dom of the Nation.-Sunshine Mike. They will discuss "Mi Terry and Gloria Adams'as Henry Mitchell," form the cast
Calendar. Mrs. Edwin Rogersis Magazine ami, Dade County Florlda-" Sister Vauzous; Irene Mc- of "Bernadette.
president of this group of what needs to be done? Comb and Mary Carson as

ladies. Mrs. Elisha Clark serv- BILL MATHIS and a group of As usual, the program will the Mother; Bernard Stuart
ed as chairman. Mrs. come live from the Hampton and Culmer
program Anthony play the The Sunshine Club of
Jacksonville 1 letter carriers
Josh Johnson was crowned : House, from 7-0 p.m. father and police chief, Jaco-
"Miss Transfiguration." union members were down last I
week negotiating a new con- I Dade CountyThe
LAST SUNDAY was undoubtedly tract with the government
a day of teas. The
Trinity Temple Seventh Day postal representatives. Sunshine Club held its

Adventist Church presented a regular monthly meeting Sun
Musical Extravaganza Guest Progressive day Murch 15 nt the home of

artists were Mrs. Maggie fice Club employees, a group will of postof- Mr, and Mrs Israel Armstrong,

James. Samuel Adolphus and ther Inaugural! Ball sponsor Friday, tended by the members and
the Mardi-Galeon Chorus of
March 27 in the Caribbean Guests: many Items on tho

Homestead. Room of Bayfront Park auditorium I agenda wero disposed of, and
COMMUNITY Drug Store Informs Advance tickets are new suggestions; were made for,
me that this is National $1.25. I the future, the project of the
Poison Prevention Week. Make II I month: your Inches In height,

sure that all your potent MICHAEL LEE JOHNSON, was n great success.
drugs and poisons are stored the great grandson of Mr. and r
properly. Every case of acci- Mrs.. Lee Galre, 3028 Thomas Wo wish to thank each and

dental poisoning is 100 percent Ave., Coconut Grove, spent ovory one who helped In making

preventable. two months in the city. While \y tho mooting nnd project a
here he celebrated his birthday. h hln siirrr'ss' .
Twenty-five children were Israel Armstrong I Is president
will begin its rebuilding soon. lavishly entertained. MichaelLee
The church is in the midst of is the son of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs Irene Jefferson, Re-
rallies to begin its big task. It
Gaines Johnson of Birmingham, nortor
be that : I
could well
predicted I l.ri.I14.j
Ala. Mrs. Johnson Is the for-
this edi-
home-spun friendly Mattie Ruth Galre Be-
mer Nn'4liwPttt'rn' PTA
fice could become one of the
thune. Mr. Galre carried
most popular churches for AME The P'Irp.nt-Tt'nt"hp.f; Assoclann ( -
:Michael Lee home l list Tuesday I
worshippers. Under the fine
by Jet., n' tho Northwestern! Senor -
leadership of Rev. J. Benjamin I ,
Blacknell, St. James had its annual -I Hlwh School will hold Its
Homecoming last Sunday MIAMIANS are happy that .b rpnulrtr scheduled
meeting: on
Jackson Memorial Hospital! I is
which drew visitors from as slowly completely.. Integratingthe Monday, March 10, at 8'' p.m.,
far as West Palm Beach. This
little church sitting Just off wards. Most Negroes used In the mulltorlum An interestIng -

18th on 65th St. is fast becom to be placed in East Wing 6, $ program. has planned for .

ing THE church! but now other many wards are IntegratedInto especiallyEast your enjoyment and business "

MRS. LOUISE (Allda) CAMPBELL Wing 2. The East Wing Is of vital Importance will be dis \
cussed. J,
still the oldest facility at Jackson -,
and sister, Ella of .Washington I "
D.C. are spending a though.
few days soaking up some of .
our Florida Sunshine. CYNTHIA BETHEL is at The National Alliance of Pos ] Dutrie's Guest House
ship. The certificate received
SINCERE SYMPATHY to the home recuperating after a tal Employees held their annual was .
week in Cedars of Lebanon ,by, Mrs. J. Paschal l In behalfof The house
family' of Richard McNeil in hall Feb 28 at Bayfront the of unusual rooms 1
father. Hospital. Mrs. Eliza Bullard Is Park auditorium and a fin 1 Auxiliary.
the death of their o
BIRTHDAY GREETINGS to:, still Bedded at Cedars but her time was had by all. Clyde Young received A superior Open 24 hour. NE 4-3S51
home thw accomplishment award I. 'B.lie.. i
Alfred Shootes, Jeffrey Coach children expect There were two presentations for above Seeing *

man, Maggie Lumpkins Knowles, Fre- weekend.Mr. made by Anthony M. Pal. assigned average duties. performanceof He was re See u* for clean rooma ..
dette TonI Pittman Spicer, Sandra George, and Mrs. GARTH C.. more to the Women's Auxiliary.The commended. by ,his superintendent. Jamaica Dugie, alw. I

"Tina" Eve, Naomi Springer, REEVES (Janie) celebrated purpose was to bring closer
Jessie Jones Cassandra Law- their 15th wedding anniversaryon relationship among families Mr. Palmore was also pro- friend I 1
and Cecil Bora. Thursday. moted to route examiner. 2941 N.W. 47th St. Miami
rence FRAZIER8 of Postal Employees and Matthew J. Williams is r ,
owners of Cafe Society In At- Continued on page 5 to encourage better member- porter. I'JrR.



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PAGE SATURDAY MARCH 21, is not a $10,000 increase In salary too much for any of I A
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r 1964// these? officials? Qn -haJi of that.amount would' make the r
salary 'of the''Con igreSman .'$27,500, then' there are reward
to be .*/
fringes considered.t ; t
Metro's Welfare' Director RayxGoode 1 has ,!not only .. County ti;

been investigating" his department: but has unearthed
some wrong doing that will now ,save, tax payers...few News ;
thousands; dollars < "
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-ii:1i:8: :: Gli IUND. RBEVB&, Editor and Publisher' He has found families with gpiricomel'of $10,000; By

GARTH C.; RBBVE8, Managing Editor receiving welfare money.. ut. off.i. Walter Bowe

Member of, the National Newspapers Publisher Association In three cases families were earning more, than
$10,000, one receiving $144 per',m6nth for cost of their ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES> '. Star. Light Lodge .>No.. 542
ONE ':YEAR' >$5.00) SIX .MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $4.00 retarded child In'a private facility will hold its regular I,tttefetlng
Friday, March 20, at 8 p.m., at
Bntered.M. Second OLaaa Matter, August 9, 1027 at the Post Office Two of these families had two cars: one had a maid the Masonic Hall on :Pembroke
.. Mlwnl, Florida,',under the act' of March 8, 1876 and owned a large pleasure boat, said Director. Goode. Road. All members, please be
He found 'some funeral'' homes collecting from the present. C. :Johnson, W. ,M t.;
Main CMBtee at 6710 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1-0421 ;' : Eugene Tyne, secretary.,; ,
and from relatives 'C'! .
Downtom Office imtf.W. 3rd':Avenue = Phone PR 3ffi36"CRRDO county _
t : ', f One case was reported, of a body. '''being, wrapped in v

!i' OF TIm NBGBO PRES6" newspaper instead of being dressed as requested.A The south ., Broward .VFW
:The NEGRO PRBiS helleTM:that America ean beet lead the Post., No. 8195 held Its regular'
world from racial and national antagonism when it accord toerery sliding scale based 'on wage 'has beef ,,'set ''up, meeting at Howe's Modernistic
__ retfar41M' or race, creed or color his human and Families earning as little as $2,400, year' will pay '$5.00a Barber; Shop Sunday; March '15;
lepal right Hating no max, fearing no man-the Negro Press month. Those earning" $7OOO a year will p'ay' $120 a and will hold its next' meetingon
in the firm belief that all men are I 1" Sunday, April 5. Our D1em.
strtTM to hlp man ;
every month if there are no children.: ?//W
bership -drive is on. Those who
Imrt a. ... *. >*yea. is heid, baek.r I II '
; havealready sent In, their applications
In many cases at Jackson Memorial ;Hospital l" moth. are Stanley Pavls
National Negrof Newspaper Week 'ers gave incorrect addresses when entering' and the county and' Cleo Glass of ,24 Stipend;
I SW 46th Ave C.'Bowe' ; quarter
had to bury still-born children;
This year the observance of National Newspapei master. at
WeeK comes during :the week of March 15-21, 'r"
This' is'the 137th year,of the birth of Freedom Jour- PALM SUNDAY .;7..

nal, ,the first Negro newspaper published in the United Sunday will, be Palm Sunday. On this day we commemorate lywood The beauticians and Hallandate of West Hol will
States of America. the triumphant entry,, ,of our Lord into' J. eru- present their ( comeasyouaredance >
{ salem. '' V : on Saturday night, March
fe-The publishers were John Russwurm and his assoc. 21,. at the Big Bamboo Club ,in
iate7 the ,Rev. Samuel Cornish, both of New Yfork. Throughout the country churches hold special ser Hallandale. ,Music will be. .fur-
[(;These two pioneers in this field dedicated ,'themselves vices, many' of them have outdoorPalm. ,Sunday proces- nihed tickets Hurrlcans>: 'Advance -
of their oppressed brethren in thE sions. are on V sale at
to the cause Eleanor's Salon ,of Vogue
South, and the advancement of Negroes who escaped to Friday Good Friday services' will, be held. Many Beauty Shop in Hallan\
,th4: North; \ churches will conduct' the usual 3-hour (12-3)( ) medita- dale, the' Big Bamboo Club 'and
'.*T tion. Bowe's Barber Shop., ",,r
r Historians tell tha't'Mr Kusswurm's newspaper career -

was brief. Unfortunately, he was captured by the
,:: Colonization Society [and sent back to Africa. His news.
I paperclosed down,'but he'had planted,! the"seed, and

it brought i forth fruit. I Other editors, sprang up and ,began WJ-? V j :
f, publishing' ''newspapers to ,light the pathway of freedom. _

Among them" were The' Elevator Rights of ,All, The
Genius of Freedom, The Liberator 'and ''The 'North Star.

.! The, ,last, named was owned by Frederick Douglass. He
renamed it Frederick Douglass Newspaper' to ''distinguish

it, from various other papers :with. : "stars" in 'their titles
__ Y.
Today there,:are ,over 200 Negro publications, in ,the gV,1 t r; 7y1
United States with a circulation of,,over'' two million ., ;r-&

V copies, read,, by more than nine million Negroes, x '
'y .+ t,+v r'y e rye ryet
:These newspapers: employ thousands of workers in w. ,
the United States, and thousands of jobs have been open

tQ:the ,Negro ,by the incessant' fight, of the Negro' press.

\} In ,spite of various advertising media :over the na-
tion to compete with, the ''Negro newspaper ,still remainsthe
most popular and effective medium for reaching the

Negro public.

*a Negro newspapers 'appeal to Negroes"' a'' peculiar

way that no Qther advertising media can.
Maxwell 'R. Brooks, FhlX: in his book, "The Negro

Press,i Re-examined," says:

,tf 4tk; ;ID,1JiP';, !*PO'SfCiVf1.' '';IVar:peripd,
'Imbn; p!p&csjK&yjng,/ 'been, accomplished,' they passedfr
m 'tfi0; scene{ and were :followed by religious) and, denominaHional -
:'organs which :devoted 'much space to prob-

l lams 'of, reconstruction, cltJzenship'and1reUglon.; The [ s

: Christian Recorder was, first p'ublishe. before: the Civil .. ........-.c----L: ,\ _
s War be followed the 1 Southwestern Christian .. ffi 1I' 11
began, to by : Troop 640. Dunbar Elementary Brown, Carolyn & "
,4 Advocate, the American Baptist, the Star of Zion, School... Mrs. Hanna Edwards H. Edwards Wilson:., .r.. :rS'1: {Chrd, row{: Rosetta, Baker,,
: the Afro-I\ eesbyterian and.others ,of a similar nature. The l leader; Mrs. Dorothy 'Second row'Fressle: Kathleen Davis, Johnnie' Davis,
financial,, support afforded these', periodicals the denominational I Ward and Mrs. Edna Cleare, Debra Davis Barbara Ballard '
by Front row: Sharon Davis, Evelyn Eyvonne Johnson, ,,Alfreda,,.O1I;
and fraternal. bodies sponsoring them In- Linda Brice, Eyvonne Moore, Gail Pringle Lemon,.Melinda Bonita Harris Bullard" -I ver, Mary''' Hall and Deborah;
,,,. sured them more security and greater longevity than had Jeani Major Brown, Sylvia Patricia Hunter. Francia. :*,

been enjoyed by those of the ,pre-war period., -- .- .

: ;"It was not, 'however, until the close of-the century

j V' s that the Negro newspaper as we know it today, emerged Girl Scout Activities At Dunbar N. J JGirls

and/was''able to, establish itself." .;
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\. r.", V .' .During, this ,Newspaper Week, as Ye Editor greets full of Scout excitement Week; adventure has been-"' edliness and ,helpfulness of all Brownies'\ 'Leader, Mrs.. Under-
" ,. you on' behalf of Negro newspapers, he expresSes a-- service and fun for the Girl,]l I the Girl Scouts at Camporee.I weed ass't leaders, MrsH; Bet
preciation for your support of The Miami Times and In- Scouts sponsored by Dunbar Cadette Troop 377 wishes to ,ty Burroughs and Mrs.-''Inez..
,"V. vites a continuance thereof. Elementary School. The week I I give itssincere,,, thanks, to the Johnson.'' '
began with Troops 377 and 640, following,,people who Junior'- Troop 640 leader, -Mrs.
Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in U1Is.t I, made It Hannah Edwards ass't'leadera { -
attending Sunday School and possible to to
go Camporee -
.:, church. Each troop participated Mr. .Nelson L.. Adams and Mrs. Dorothy' Ward and
V '', "
; 'IJ+ .i..; in each day's activity dun bers of his faculty Mr. Llnton Mrs. Edna Cleare. .,
,,: 'NOTEBOOK' ing the week, informing the Berrien,. Mr, Sherman Carey, Cadette Troops 377 leaders,'
.:: ; .' r" ,Congressmen last week refused to pass a bill that entire Body of the meaning of Mr. Jefferson Reaves Mr Mrs. Laura Bethel and' Mrs.
scouting and how it the Eject J i ice Eddie Bryant;Mrs.Alice Haw'
;.. would raise the salaries 'of than million Richardson Mr .
.. ;. more a government girls to become good citizens. Thomas Morris, and kips,, committee chairman*..
..;. ,,employees. Supreme Court Justices and Cabinet zel Dorsett. Francis Mrs., Ha- .Mrs. Ann Smith, reporter,
y .officials would have received < anHually. The highlight of the culmina. Home. Funeral Mr.. Nelson L. Adams, .principal -
: V antincreaseeoff$4500a ting activities were: The hike ,
I 'Clerks'would receive year. by Troop' 640V to .Manor Park Mrs; ,Elizabeth Jones, Leader
I" r 1ra cn-Th ''! : and Camporee : by Cadette of Troop 409, Mrs.
bill defeated( 222 to' 184 Critics think it's Clarice
: was, ;" ? 1 whohad Littles Palm ,
;" M< : Troop'377 an:opportu neighborhood ,chair Sunday; Tea
pretty boor time to increagelsalaries'since'the'govern; to -
: ( .f' ; pity practice skills In out- man.
.}; \\I..';" m nj'isf running in the red i; ,then too, salaries of some. door, living ,and to compete -Usher\Board 'No. .l.pf Trinity
with scouts ''throughout'' Dade Dr. J. K. 'Johnson,'Boy Scouts CME::Church will sponsor
:four: cent ;l
t January
, ?; .: t wepejraiaed per { AW County. ,The 'Cadettes, went -Eugene Cleare, Harold Bloom 'a Palm Sunday Tea Sunday.

'f '_ ; ', a iiate.,-GOP: Leader,Everett' of Illinois hopes tbrer;; deeply., !impressed with the program who and ;*'most.mad 'of it all, the parents I:.March 22 from4NW' ,-4th pjn.St.
4. : t, .. rfcrWch showed the true possible 'farr the the \ :.
'Wllini > .s.- -e r : raeanlrig-of/scouUng !in action. cadettes to attend., -- -- The -pubUci;,Is Invited. Ber., C
'i;mnlrTbe laoorer' worthy ,ot hfs"rhh: ,: but in ,this'casetf ,They; ..wUVnevef.forgei l the fri- Troops at Dunbar are: I C.J; CowBen, pastor,. ,Bro.;"G

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'.r' >.;..fTHE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. ,1'i -- IJ.. 4 I
Mrs. Kittens I -
Clyde ; 1904 PAGE l
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.:::..II Entertains 1 1t Railway Auxiliary Flowers Unable to .j j ': THE'p : J JI j

4.2 .' "MraXdyde Killens entertained Says ThanksThe p I
19.at a:, group of .ladies at abridge Ladies Auxiliary to the QualifyCharles
and pokeno luncheon at t International Association of I .
I rtet .,.the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Employees Local No. J, Flowers, Campaigning BOWERY
for Constable in district -
Kent, 2471 NW 67th St.. on 3 wishes to thank its
:i: ., Tuesday afternoon, March 14. friends for helping make many its No. one was' not' hUe to
> ;" As the quests arrived they f 13th annual tea a success Sun-. qualify Tuesday. He arrived at 1749 N. Miami ,Av
were graciously greeted by Mrs day, March 15 held at the the Dade County Court House
fcic Clifford Riou, and Mrs. Luther: t home of Jessie Barton, 2359 and later learned that he also OPEN 7 NITESA
Alford who assisted the, hostessIn NW 63rd.,St. Special thanks to has to go to the Dade County -
w. '! ,, seating her guests. I the following students of Dade Executive Office and file' > with A WEEK:

The ladies were pretty in County Junior College for sucha the Democratic Party,

0 r.:," theif. spring dresses and Eas- wonderful program. They Time did not permit him togoo
ter bonnets. They looked like were Peggy Anderson, Gloria 2 Bands'Every
ptg. .. bouquets,, placed around in Hepburn )Maxine Whlttlng- to the Aimsley ,BuiHng| and
IO1 various spots of the- Florida 'ham Sharlette McCray Leoma ''returnj In time, to .mak* the

r room. Minnis, LeRuth Bradley, Aus- ,
1 12: noon deadline
13 ;:l '* > '" sireta, 'Mnthls, Joan Hepburn. .. .
d A Champagne'' was served and Theophllus Adderley, and r' ''NiteFLORIDA'S
r. the ''bouquets came to life. The Thimoth Manghom.$

I service was buffet. The hos- Also'' thanks to Trinity. 'CME Science Fair at c'' .
tess Invited her guests, into the Stewardess Board No. 1, George MR. RAY
dining, room wheres deliclou >
Folsom and Mrs. Hattie Williams -
food. After feasting games BAnDARA DAVIS, __ and her guest, Mrs. ,Clar Dinner Key CHARLES -- THE .

III were 'played .andj, prizes .givento :. .. 1\1IH8Jabbeawock; ice Carnegay, president,' wishesto ;, M
the winners. The Science and Mathematics '
thank all the mem crt: for FABULOUS .. f,
11 e For bridge Mrs. Richard Jack I wish to thank everyone their loyal support. Teachers of Dade County cordl :<

11 son, first; Mrs. G. W. Hawkins, for the high measure,'(Of' support ally Invite you to 'attend ,the '

second and Mrs.. Luther Al- 'given Jabberwock/me in the 'contestfor and the places she visited South Florida Science Fair to WOODY'.GREEN
.For"pokeno Mrs Clifford inexpressibly happy, to'Jearn'linthis ': 'each using one's Imagination Ue held March ,,19-21, 9 p.m.lOp.m. :"
t felt they had been around BAND ,
)- .lUou," ,flrst;, ,Mrs., ,Mary McCoy, manner' how many well Jhe ,world. ., at Dinner ''Keyl'' Adutorlum.
second and Mrs. Evelyn Telly, 'wishers' I 'have."' The members of the Sun Awards 'Assembly will be
1 consolation. Mrs. Klllens,, was Again, I thank each of you shine Club From N.Y.C
most heartily for 'making! are very gratefulto held 7 p.m. March 21. Sponsored -
:voted a charming hostess. pos-
friends for
sible this memorable occasion..Barbara supportingthem by The Miami Herald,
The guest list included:
!in their various efforts. C S. ..
-* Davis..
Jackson Miami and Dade
Mesdames" Richard Mrs. A. E. McNeal, presi- University of ,
Clifford Riou, Ann Lindsey, Elmer dent County Public Schools? Count Lewis,
', A. Ward, W. H. Murrell, ,
Luther Alford, Ozell Dunn) W. Sunshine ClUb :TTca'': Manhattan' Jazz]
S. M Frazier A.
B. Sawyer, J. -
Summons, Chas. Higgs, Julius The Sunshine Community HOMES FOR LESS FINEST "
Smith O. McCoy, E. Williams, Club had its 11th Oriental Pre- Quartette
"tL;fHUli l l, Luther Frazier; ,Chas. St. Patrick Day. Tea ati t'' he; 1452 NW 58th,,Terr. -- 1044 NW 40th' St. 1021"'NW 50th Bt. ..

I Thompson, J. Whitehead Jas. home of Mrs. )''Estelle Wi11iama OPEN 3 to, 8 P.M. 1 .
.Rled. .jG., W.,,,Hawkins, DanielFrancis with Mrs.. Mary Ellen Sims
I M. McCoy E.' Telly, serving as' chairman 'and'' 'Mrs; 3 large, bedrooms 2 ,baths, garage Fonda room, electric .From, "Ja'maicalLord.PoPo

r Luther Carey, E.> Thomas, S. Esther; Scott, co-chairman., kitchen Large Iota for sale $lbo0, up ;' ',,1
,,;Yeager;, Nathaniel Colston, : ,: '
zriber 0'
I Timothy Lindsey;" Willie Satorand Quite 'a' n ( Vrlentls. FOR SALE LOT ON NW 63rd ST. r r80 FEET 0:1,

Miss. Blanche: Calloway, and members were there.0 'NOR SALE LOT ON NE 152nd TERR. 100 FEET Calypso Band
witness a most
... .... .. interesting'pro-, _
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'gram that they will long remember Need Money? See Baron JE 8-1340 J/-VA: *:J
They had their.
'' 'Cha't' er.M tter.

: ,4. ... -. guests chorus of members Dorsey .Junior from High the Lots Homes Mortgages Cash PaidHOMES! From Chicago*
School under the direction of
1964 i> meeting of the', Association :
W. St. Johnson. They were superb HootenannyHoota
:t of College Honor Societies In the numbers that they

held' here at the Deauvllle Ho- sang to the,' group. Everyone ,Coffee (House
If' tel;-. Miami JBeach. Dr.. .George enjoyed them., .. '' 11 a
-'ial W.-Gorerjr., presIdent. of Fla \ LIBERTY : ",
A and M University, served as Mrri; Estelle Williams, .our ,BOys "WO,
a member of the executive comf4i hostess and a member of the .
mitt e' and as Junior :past pre club gave us a very Interesting Iff You Must Almost new 2.b nding. j II >4 It.
Theme of the'associa- '
ident: travelogue of her experiences "
.' lion's 1964 session,_ was "The during her stay*'teacntng Have The 'Best very big rooms. double ..From, Loa\, ,n\8\
Pursuit of Excelle lc .?* The overseas In Germany and garage 'No qualifying'This'

9 1965 annual meeting will beII Japan. t. '' 'was built ,by owner, ,Angeles" "f1H.UJ

l slty held,?"at East Michigan*Lansing-State; Mich Univer-, While he;,',, Mrs Williams a contractor. Lot, I.I is '. 'The,
made a complete tour around I 98x123, feet Don't missthis beautifulMiss|

_JAMES W' WOODARD, ft the world-and collected ..souvenirs !
history"major aVFAMU and gifts representing each ,Sepia, ,
senior ;
1.'c( >JJH
1 -__- ,won honorable. mention last I. place : he.vtsu'ed.,, Ulllui,__ No Qualifying One block ,to Manor Park, .. .
; week from' the Woodrow"Wilson..Natl911DIFeUowshlp The, items were on exhibit schools,. 'comer. fenced '

Foundation all over the;'house and she. .explained \ i .awnings, 2 bedrooms, Big PLUS, OTHERS
for his, ,scholarship appliCatlon and .told';us sotna) ..very "-
:'' Interesting: things about&thomKappa.Notes {1'i .\,.' 1. ';,"' CBS barbecue: ,(coat $500). .. ... .,! M
U : 15x22 utility r om. With

"Journalists AMONG"MIAMI" attending high, the school, 'recent _..; .. ,. '.._._.._. ? ". good! down payment", \takeover 2 FLOORS

Press Workshop at FAMU .Mortgage., Payments ,
,. ., ..
V. ,
Kappa Brothers, J y
were Nettle: Smith, Percival I $85 month.: 1"
Brown "and Raymond Austin We are still asking ,you to ,of 'fun and' ...

....from. DTW; Lois Cohen, Curtli"Solomon support the ,Miami Alumni Buena Vista Most Beautiful ,immaculate entertainmentGRAND
Chapter In i'ltM *
and June Small from & goal :
'' Richard of $1,000 lI.as'our. part .Iri ,th e 2-bedroom. Only $300 dn.,
North e4tern;. indl, Special2nitory'duplex 1 month -i ,.1.i "i 1
Miller/and Brenda Perkins from financing of the Kappa houseon $77.72
the Florida A and M University
;;--North Dade.A -
Campus:\ We' need:yourhelp' .. ; u1'.. ."', Another gem.. The :.owner 't
SPRING, ,LUNCHEON was. to' meet"our "deadlinewhich built this beautiful dkaplev

Wednesday, ithe, Jolll- i is ,March: ,!J'r, 1' oWe With" extra J, j'' :by),,hand. Combined with the,: \gPENI1G'

.held Plaza Senior Citizens are' toy make' Corner lot lot, this be made March
V.-The.occasion,\honored on 'March-27.atLthe.-Pmvlnctal-our"report j .j"'to.-" -k.ft'-.;.:....."..:...' Into extra estate can for' spafclous Thurs-- -. -,. *... .,...-. 26 i
the officers of the membership m an
Conclave in Lowest Pricesof i
association. Tampa. Let me .. luxury living. Bank offers ,
hear from ,. Call H Am- i I
you y;
|)a Mayor Chuck Hall Installed $13,500 See it
CE < mortgage.
the officers: Chested R. Town- monde! 1.Jo iT1; -SJ l 1 \ A ".f anyc'ub'

sell, president; Lucius Simon, The time has come when ,'4 and make. an offer. in town f
vice' Isadore ,Kump, second ,, ; '*..' .,
rftfst- ; our i boys should enjoy some ,of AlmostKNew This'2-bedroom 2 bath beau =* -*-
C ,
: 'Vice; Lillle;Doby, secretary; I the;sam6 .thlrigsf that'otberJ boy
Louise' Moore, treasurer.A in college have been enjoying 4, I': '' "ty cost much more than the No Admission

by these Jolly, good golden time agers;was, who,had .for inane yearn, | IIf'leU f ( Corner* ,tBS : $11,500 ,asking p: l-J: JC' ,eRooms ''MON [,! TUEi\ ""
bad-.the chance of shaking you believe In that, then 1 M" .tv* .... are big. It u fuily H t 1

ahands'with() ; their; Metro mayor we must give the 'money,',:!.to J .,;' furnished. Small \down- pay, Thurs.,", ,Fri., and enjoying] the splendid ren- make it a reality. We-no-long I: ment. Act fast! \ t
ditions of a choral group di- er can sit and wait for some- U 1 t A&nissiBOWERY',J. I
rected by MrSJ Sally, Manne.A onej) eisei'to'",do"\tbe jjp:i':for,us; I i .
palatable menu of broiled We must wake up and start Come into our office just a few blocks away we

fichlckcto'I .scalloped .potatoes, giving.. have 100 homes;for immediate ..Ie.- ".' \ and carrots, pineapple : V
peas J 'the "
Everyone help pou. ;
'weP- can i
salad": cake and ice cream wasr could see1 -

served-- for the ridiculous priceof come sign atIirother.and Mrs.
50 cents per plate! Try getOtlngrauoh Samuel 'Satur REALTY :
a menu .t y O' i u r day night. Mrs. Johnson was 1LIBERJY!
-? The "old a wonderful host"1"'t tl'Wf'1: : *

timers" and their guests had aexceeQingly The next j-egvilar Meeting' ,-r ( r Board of Realtors)> 1749 N.' Misktn*!T1
I enjoyable time.0Thiaenter'a.afairsare will be at thee home of Bro. ve.
always and MrsVt: T.LLowery April 4000 NW:.2nd.Av., ,PL, 1.7594 Ph Ftf 3-7
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H 27th Ave. at 54th St.

NEVER CLOSED Prices Good Thru March 21st at Welter's AG Only


Picnics SMOKED lb 250 STEAK SALE

Frees' 1-lb pk Swifts Premium franks SJEAK-Full Cut Ib 59
With Purchase of 1 Pk. at 49c

Ground Beef 290 STEAK -- 16, 69


Bacon 490 FRESH GROUND BEEF I" 23e


FrozenDairy: : HILLS' BROS. -ALL GRINDS Produce

BIRD'S EYE WHOLE-10 oz.pk.
OKRA 2 for 39c Coffee Ib 490 Corrrofs 2 bunches 29t

BIRDS EYE 10 oz. pk.
;. : (With $5.00 Order or More) lemons 10 .for 49f
Black Eye Peas 23c
BIRDS EYE 10 oz. pk. CHICKEN OF THE SEA Chunk Style Va Size CanTurnip
Greens 2 for 29c lima 3 for 79c Potatoes 5 lbs 19
BIRDS EYE 10 oz. pk.
;; Peas 29c. ARMOUR VEGETOLEShortening ,
t ,Ice Cream gal. 39c CAR WASH
fggs 3 doz. 1.00 99c
,, Orange Juice qt 29c_!.
f We Cash Payroll Checks COLD BEER AT ALL T IMES Open 24 Hours Daily Keys Made

I Rice 5 lbs 59< ,Cafsup--I4 oz. bottle 6 for 51.00Fruit

Cotktail-303' can 4 for $1.00
J: i, : Napkins 90 Peaches 5 for $1.00

GRAPEFRUIT- 46 Ounce Can
;;i "Red. Rose" Brooms 790 Pineapple-Grapefruit/ Drink 3 for $J.OO
t';' '": ,

I .. : Rayon Mops-8 oz. 49c Sweet Peas 5 for $1.00
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b} :: Beer. 6 pus 890 Cut Green Beans 4 for 1.00.

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t I SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1964 PAGE 7 r
Hard work and long hoursof I .- ,
iehean>nitf paid oil lor the:
SRO Players Friday Night, as Dick Gregory Medgar Eves I I
they walked onto me stage of ( ,
tile 14 Ave Community Center
!; : and light into tae hearts audience.of Head Russwurm Winners 1A 1
the members of me - ----- -

Two days Ifciore the players comedian turned Civil
I I yatta, premier of newly Independent -
made then debut serious com Rights fighter, and the assas Kenya; and Thurgood
plications arose and the determined sinated Mississippi NAACP I Marshall, associate justice of
director ot the group, Field Director topped the list the U.S. Circuit Court of
Raymond Aranha, had to stepin of ten individuals named by Appeals.
and fill the shoes ot leading the National Newspaper Pub These citations, named in
man in Noel Coward's Blitne lishers Association to receive honor of John H. Russwurm,
Spirit i its 1001 Husswurm Awards. founder of the first( Negro
Araaha had u dual role of Dick Gregory, who recently newspaper, "Freedom's Journal -
duecung and learning lines and has seen more of jail cells than ." In New York City on
wHen curtain time 8.30: p. JM.fiuuy footlights, and Medgar Evers, March 10, 1827, are awarded
1. mgni came Aranha was slain Mississippi civil rights annually by the publishers of
ready aim the cast: was real 1 leader, were unanimous the nation's Negro .newspapers
choices i of the association's The citation states that theaward
,'JUUUtiewlJul: was amazing board of directors to receive is made "in recognitionof
I in her role us Madame achievement(
the awards outstanding inception
P At call. She held the audience They were announced Sun of democratic princl
spell uuuad as she made nor .
day uy E. Washington Ithodes, making possible a richer'con.
--*---_.",-- ---- menial Journeys into tne world president of the organizationand caption of democratic polnlcl(
of the spirits: and left themmlrtiitully publisher of the twlce-a- >les and In tribute for uphold-
Some Of Gulf Oil's Marketing qnd alit jo tuopooaj luuo1l1PO;) laugmng as s she }
Representatives crossed pathsat marketing; Jay Henricks bailment week Philadelphia Tribune ng those highest( traditions
uent tHe side splitting
uuougn :
Atlanta University one of representative, Washington business or conducting her Other winners were the late known" as the American way
39 accredited Negro collegesand D. C.; Daniel G. Ken, public seances. President John F'. Kennedy, of life.
universities, located in 13 relations. Pittsburgh; Frank) Clarence Mitchell, chief of the The awards are announced
states, awarded direct grant Odom (sitting), Southern Re- The other members of the NAACP's Washington Bureau; during National Negro News
under Gulf's aid to eudcation gion sales representative, Atlanta cast De siti Williams, Ruth, Carl Rowan, former Ambassador paper Week, which began Sun
program. Tour guide was At- ; Donald Young sales representative Hobble AieUray. Elvira!; C. Alston to Flnnland and recently day.
lanta University Dr. Tilman Philadelphia; and Browne, Dr. Brudman, named director of the U. S.
C. Cothran (fourth from left), Kenneth Hawthorne, bailment itudy Kmunuel Mrs. llra man Information Service
who received last year a faculty representative, Pittsburgh and Betty JMUiphy, Edith: ; play Also, Martin Luther King; Jl.1J
salary supplementation grant Messrs. Kean, Young and Odom eu their roles very well. >> who
A. Phillip Randolph, '
under another section of Gulf's already had personally present. The layers>> are scheduled, spuarheadeu the March on v'\ TONIGHT !
eductaional aid program. Gulf ed direct grant checks to officials later this month, to presentthe Washington last August Dt.
men with Dr. Cothran are ((1 tor at some of the 39 recipient I comedy in Richmond Aaron Henry, president of; the '.

); G E. Mlllbery, Philadelphia colleges. Heights. Mississippi .NAACP; Jomo Ken-

11 Exciting Races

120 Sewing Machine' special( appreciation( FOR SALE OR TRADE VJh
"Jehovah's) Witnesses carryIng

Operators NeededThe on underground in lands -*-
behind the Iron Curtain will ,r''
Florida State Employ- be risking severe punishment, SMALL DOWNPAYMENT
ment Service urgently needs
even death to attend this special
120 sewing machine operators: spiritual( feast", Crump said. New custom-built 3-bedroom home
for immediate employment in
"In lands where freedom of
Miami's garment industry said worship Is respected and guaranteed IRACKon
Tile Roof Terrazzo Floors Central Heat
Harry L. Tyson, Miami Metro ," he continued, "fllure -
politan Area Manager for the to be present Is to manifest a ,
All tile Bath Kitchens
Vanity Factory
FSES. gross lack of Christain faith." -
Tyson said that we are looking The solemn festival will begin ,
for experienced single needle : at 800; P.M. with a short Built-in Oven Tile Sills Garage

sewing machine operators to discourse entitled, "The Memo
do the following: 50 complete rial of Christ's Death and Awning Windows City Water
garment, 53 sections of garment What It Means to You."
7 blind stitchers or hem All persons of good will to SEE' II

mers,. .1 button sewer, 3 Mer- ward God are Invited and encouraged
row machine operators, 3 Sew to assemble at any 2901 NW 50th St., MiamiOR
Serge, 2 zipper setters, and 1
of the following locations: TII INI: >
double needle operator.All Elementary School, 2100 N.W. CALL MR. MURRAY UN 6.1331
the work is on a piece 12 Ave.; 023 N.W. 5 Ave; and COLLINS AVL
work pay basis with a $1.25 an Rainbow Park Elementary BUILDER "I! 1 mil
hour minimum. Tyson said thata School, 15355 N.W. ID Ave., NOW! Closed Circuit
good worker can make as Opo Locka T....__h ,
high as $100 a week or more. ._
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or more.
For information on these Jobs, ''
< Interested people should go to FORECAST: CleUl CrispG a. Dry
the FSES's office located at
1350 NW 12th Ave., room 108.

sr I / sf
Elks Issue Call For i fD r rttrsS4X X---

Residential HousingThe j Se+frl v r aGISLNM /

', c'uf l lf' 77
management of all small i O/ImrrA/ 63 :.x

hotels, rooming houses and private I '
residences who wish to I : I'
place their vacancies with the I I Edward P. Blonston l District : .
Elks Convention Housing Committee Manager of Social Security in
for the week of:August the North Miami area, asks:
21.28, should contact any mem- "Are y 'o' 01 planning( to retire N CAHrko '77 D/hdf '
p / rrt
ber of the following commit- soon? Do you keep putting
tees: I off Inquiring about your social ern/q lko a Q93 fp rwr
DOWNTOWN MIAMI security status? If so. do you
Mrs. Sarah Smalley, FR know what documents will be '"
3-3898; Mrs. Vera Wilson, FR needed when you apply? Don't
4-8520; Mrs. Madge Kelly, FR depend on your neighbor's recollection I .
1-3895; Mrs. Carrie Pitts, FR of what he was ask. 1 p ',, II/IIIAorw/ MYlrN, ,
ed for his situation may not +
36884.LIBERTY CITY I apply to you."

\ Mrs. Portia Bannister, PL Resolve today to prepare for III : ScHMAtiNS ChNletlun
1-7871; Mrs. Frankie Dunn, PL, eventual retirement and
4-6408; Zeke Brady, FR 4-8828; your Inquire before you retire. Gen- 24td.rCmMU
Mrs. Marion Muldrow OX 11 'll fapryll I
erally( you will need the following ,
t :
All housing facilities will be I y Ip1u4M1 I/r .
Inspected and certified by memo 1. Proof of your ajre.; r { eoe /' : f.I I
bers of the Housing Committee 2. Evidence of earnings nulr
in order to determine accep- if you work wages, your Form a
W-2 Withholding Tax State (! j x ,
tance.OTHER MIAMI AREAS I ment, for the year before you /x IfM'2'/M :/ YM/IMrM /MIMif' .r ,' f.'I
Mrs. Ellen Taylor FR 1-7083; apply: If' ,you have your own /
Mrs. Mable Robinson CR 7-8219 business, a copy of your com- '
(Homestead); Charles North, plete Federal income tax return if'
.' FR 9-8151. for the past year and the
f BROWNSVILLE AREA I the cancelled check showing '

Mrs. lona Perry, NE 4-8315: ; payment of the social security I .!
Mrs. Hester Rivers, OX 1-5554' ; tax will be needed. :,

Mrs. Rosa Horton, CE 5-1684; I 3. If your wife is applying
j Mrs. Beatrice McCoy, CE 5-1684 at the same time, she will need:: "
G proof of her age:
; Jehovah Witnesses I Plan to make ,application at
least 60 days before your actual A \
t Slate MemorialOver retirement. If you have any Clear. crisp .
I doubts about getting the proofs I
comprising 22,000 more congregations than one you will need, your social secu that's the taste you get with
million Witnesses of Jehovah rity representative can help

f will the memorial assemble of worldwide the death for of you the resolve time your these first well check ahead of is FLEISCH MANN'S GIN and VODKA, \e

Jesus Christ the evening of due.
1.. T ,l- 1r
March 28. : every day !
;t In discussing plans for local ;: -' t
celebration of the unique fes Register Today! .

I tival Benne( Crump, presiding Book are now in your ,., '"\ t", 1,....,,
Minister of the Miami, Florida .
Northwest Unit Congregation, neighborhood) precinct I 'l:!: ::.IIJ I':M-K moor JUIV-IWU'S FSOKA-ID met.WTH oirnuxo fROM AMUICAJI MAIN.TW-ruisanuuM ouriumi coar.at c. d 0 >;*
emphasized the need to show

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,. IL ... j l' I The "Rainmaker" Visits Northwestern

. "HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS I! "To rain or not to rain" -' or custumlng.
perhaps more important to

',-.ss".: (. _<.... ....7'.:-- I .: -...,..,.;. "_.. ......._..- wedd,propositions or not to present wed' both dllemnas these All programs enhancing are drama geared toward at-

' PAGE 8 SATURDAY,, MARCH .21, 1964 tlons were, made by the facul. for the Currys chief family in Northwestern In the Liberty -
? ,, ty, Boy Counselors, the J Parlia "The Rainmaker." City area,
\ MIAMI TIMES' MIAMI FLA. ., ment Boys Club and a student
THE The "Rainmaker"
The Drama Parents Club Wilbert
John Uptgrow. Mr. Edwardswas
I of 'Miami Northwestern High Wilbert Holloway, begins his
transferred to Carver High
shinaigans at 8 .
Is Thespian Troupe ,
presenting uosday
School and will serve as ass't
BTWNEWS "' 1880 in Rdchard R. Nash's "The March 31. Admission! 55c
Lillie C. Evans News principal there. During regu-
"v Rainmaker," Tuesday, March Tickets may be secufeu from
Having Sidney Poltier as vi. Members: of the BTW Thespian lar Parent-Teacher' Association 31 In the auditorium. any drama parent, student or
sitor to our school was quite a Troupe, ,under the. di.recu6n meeting March 11, 'Michael from, Thomas Papino or at the
treat for the members of our of Mr.' Leroy Washington Abrams was presented the 1st Souvenir programs will be door,
have returned from PTA 'state scholarship: Mrs. issued. All desirious
faculty and for our boys and : Just a persons
successful of Bradenton Mayme E. Williams also received of (minimum
girls Mr. Poitler dropped In on becoming patrons
Palmetto and Sarasota where a certificate of commendation ads in the
his 'neice, Mrs. Ethelyn Hamilton $1.00)) or placing
they I presented "Slave with for her years of service to may contact Mrs. Register Today!
first program
who is one of our v ,
the state PTA. President Archie
Two, Faces", "The Zoo, Story", Dorothy A. Small, Parent Club '
teachers, to fulfill an engagement '
grade Ayers of the BTW-PTA urged 'Books in
in Jamaica. "Sandbox" and a monologue president at NE 5-2927 or Mr. are now your
: parents to register to vote dur--
"Joan of Arc. Thomas Papino at Miami
ing the forthcoming election. precincts
F' also happy' to Northwestern PL 4-5491. All
We were very
have had Dr. Gilbert Porter, This group will present their Students of' Social Studies proceeds will benefit the drama
;} three one-act in theauditorium' classes are securing pledge
of FSTA: plays department Current projects,
executive secretary '
March 23-24 dur- throughtout the city for those
' including the installation of
visit us last week. The who will register before the
ing evening performances. and '
: 'Fire and' Safety Week" ,enc public is invited to 'witness the deadline, March 21; proper scenery, Willie and LoureneTV

en on Friday, with a Poster dramatic talents of, Beverly Bethsheba 'Dean, reporter

I. Contest The ,Posters from,,,each Brown John' Burroughs, and Kathryn Sneed, speech and 1 '
, of the classrooms were very Arthur Bean, Diane Reeves, Carver High News 'drama major from, Florida A Repair Shop
'' the Edmund McCullough, William ''
'beautifully, displayed 'In and M University.
ribbons Green, Patricia ,Kelly,I Reginal ;t
, 'catetorlum. Winner parents were acquainted
'I went to:'' Michael Galtor. 6th Burton, John, i Burroughs, 'with their children's iDr. Gilbert Porter, executive ,Free pick; up, and: delivery
b% i grade; Karen Henderson,: 3rd Gwendolyn Fisher and Delores teachers 'at' ,the PTA meeting secretary of the Florida State ,
Hayes during these performances '
I'' ,grade;'.Edward ;Clay, 5th grade; I last Wednesday" when parents Teachers Association spoke to
Elizabeth::Taylor,",2nd grade. were requested to pick up report the faculty members during, a
Members of the Student ,' cards. general faculty, meeting, last Service 'Calls ,1.50
.: 1'lan$\are( now being made Council have announced stu- ,The physical. education ,week about FSTA,, past and,
It for::: oui( annual ,Seasonal I Tea. dent election for ,March 24. Stu- keynoted the department present and the, tremendous
''Will"-be held on, Sunday even- job it has remaining before it.
The, tea < :;; dents'' will vote" 'for presidentand ing's activities I .
; ,
'demonstrating I 5001 NW :22nd Avenue
: in the
April l',19f at..3' p.m., ,
j ; vice president of 'the// Stu- Its physical fitness program The teachers are in the process
Ccafetorlum., ,}::' "' bJ dent, Council and Miss ,BookerT. DCA Coordinator George Wil I.I of putting together their

.4" Vlrs,.i''Alese l :K;:-. GU Prlnclfjf Washing, Campaigning. )Hams, explained Cooperative I annual Teachers' On Parade 634-9484' 634.9672
will be held Ph.
March 20. Following
Distributive or
,and Talent Show which Is to be
'f, pal. 71I this, event Hall, vicepresient available job opportunities ,that I presented April 10 in the audi-
.ofS..C"James+ Thomas' are .being'testia 9liShed to: meet torium. :
I, 'Given :A",Chance, Joan Alexander, Patsy Simmonsand the growing needs of Carver 1

We : *! Edith Anton will attend students. ::7': t tI
Can Q.vercotneNegi'o'YolitcIn the state Student Council meet. Other highlights of the program |
Klf..- the United Ing at Dillard ''High" School. ;' .Included the orientation Homes For Sale'T'U,
March 16.20 was observed as of parents of Guidance in reference I
States,!;more"specifically,n In Ail Career Week. The, theme, The; to.,the student educational I
aamlvD -de'' County," ,are given the a Future is Our Assignment"was objectives. Mr. Powell Open House -Sunday, March,22:
SKcliance. they, can ''overCome emphasized.. throughoutthe climaxed the. with
& :'InanyJyears, of impoverished week. Special assemblies marks on 'special' problems.. re-I 3461 NW' 210th Terrace -' $100 down
*'educational preparation. J. G., featured speakers discussing Miss Carver 2 3, and 4
A High of (bedroom CBS homes to chose,from ,New
a;product\,of:pne of,the- predominahtlyvNegro the various careers' and opportunities Dlane'Spratling'was; chosen re'' : ;
,| ;ihlgh schools In for .young' people,,.i Spec. centjy at Attucks High to reign Fla. room and many extras. 'See
j. i t-Dadc.County, [and 'a participant I ial movies re' still being 6ver the Southeastern District Mr. Chris and let him show you how1''easy. ''it is to

"' in'',the'''MDTAvtYouth. Project, Is shown on.. Wednesdays in the Basketball ,Tournament. (Diane I I own a real nice home for less, than rent:
{gal\ livingtestjmory school auditorium: Parents (''a 'senior'' at. Carver, is thelnitialqueen DICK .
':When ( '.. "_ >Gr; ,entered ;the are urged to have theirr children of the annual tournament -I I BROOKS, Realtor .

I.,'"MDTAV program, in Jan. 1004, attend. 14537 NW 7th Ave. MU 6638
'even,though"he"\had completed Llllle Fluellen won 'second
it' ,:.h1gh9chool;, his: acheievement tute This choir.fanied!Is ;Hampton"' '' Insti-' place l U iry} ',the Elks Oratorical .
J p.scores were'school representative duate.' ''Afterapproximately : the school auditorium, :March James Hanna the ,
of ,high ; ,'gr Graduates won All'Conference -
25. who :
;'a. ., ; nine:' weeks: of Hampton Award as one,of the 1
,lit+ ';instruction, by highly: ,trained, are members of the 'BTW top players In the Southeastern
faculty tickets'
are selling for
District for the' LIB-CITY
rail Interested third
a qualified, an.above' consecu ,
event The: BTW baseballteam
instructors (who, incidentally defeated' Carver'1714rirtthe tive' ,.year., --
white J. G., : : I
were ), Dade County Track Meet
was retested. This test revealed held March 12, BTW was defeated Mays High NewsEarl I DRIVE IN THEATRE22nd ;

that in approximately achieved: nine two ''I by North Dade The A. Wells, principal of I ; I ,
weeks J. G. had
and ,nine months. This Community School is begin- 'Mays is going to be the main. ,Ave., and Palm Drive-in Theatres s
years ning the new intermural
pro speaker at the Rev. A. C. Mc -
tremendous growth has made gram for the spring. All homeroom Queen's 7th anniversary celebration -i. COMPLETELY INTEGRATED

his total 'general achievement groups are being urged to Sunday at the St. ,Paul'' OX L7959 22nd AT, aDd 69th St.
closer to that which Is expected participate' again this year. "Baptist Church in Homestead.

t f of a high school. graduate Golf, Tennis enthusiasts will The faculty and student body'I' There is a moment-a long'moment-'when,
anywhere. j?; ,also be able to learn the sports early this month warmly 'welcomed

I,: '... My dear reader, I''', am sure during the afternoon events three interns as they of- I ,ywythJng Is risked with the roper stranger.
: feel thatthis 'ls'ust 'of the
: you might Community School. fically joined the family for a
'. an ,,isolated individual (case; ,The 1 Oscar J. Leaves: This tagllne 'nine week period two of :which k's
Urban League is hereto inform 'was far from the minds of the they observed and seven ,of NATALIE
you could,never*, be more wrong. BTW family one month ago; which they will actually teach.
The, retest evaluations of the but now "Dean" Oscar.J. Edwards The interns are Miss Andrea
first group off boys bear out Sr,, is gone. A farewell Chunn, English major from WOOD
, the fact that' 98% indicated party was given March 13, for Bethune-Cookman College;
., overall Improvement in achievement "Dean" by the faculty and stu Charlie Johnson, physical edu-
just as J, G., ,did. dent well ishers. Presenta cation major, ,also from ,BCC,

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facts .
aforementioned .
The -T. -- -- -. .- .- .- .- .- .- "- "- f > f. . ,
give a very clear, message to
the various publics ,in our:com BEST' BUYS IN TOWN
munity.; That message: is: Negro J a &

children can and-, will, learn i if Low Down Payment Homes
their academic' setting offers t
the right kind: of program.- ''to OPEN SUNDAYS 2-6 P.M.

them. .% ty CBS .3-bedlroom, jaJousied porch, hardwood floors, I'f f(
i Carver to'. Present I ; cedair: lined closets, extras. $11,500 total, $350 down, $ |

only $71 month. No closing costs. See this

One-Act Plays a,.
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PM Thespian' Troupe 2115 of G. .Large :CBS- beauty, -, 3-bedroom, 2 bath, Florida:

W. Carver High presents ," A!' \ roomy.dining, room, garage, air cond., sprlinkler system.
Night of One-Act Plays' Monday .t Many extras. $16,000 total. $600 down. No
.March 23 8 p.m. in Car
ver's auditorium. The group closing costs.

,.j will present for your entertain e McQUEENBE

ment, three-one" act' laysf;'director "Day Large CBS 3-bedroom, 2 bath, dining room, appliances -
of Reckoning
by our -
Clarence Brown; '"Gray large garage, extra, This''only' $11,000, total,
Bread," by Jean Lee 'Latham, $350 down. Owner pays' closing costs.
and "Gloria Mundl by Patricia -
F' three plays Brown are Starring: "Day of In'the Reekr Beautiful corner, CBS duplex, '2 bedroom each side.

mug," Clarence flukes Carol Completely furnished, $16,500 total, $600 down,. MAMS UMKUSOUJIMI.lCKV
Davis, Wanda Wright, and $95 month. This you must see.

y'' .....Samuel Scavella; ,"Gray Bread", 0-- k A
Wright Sharon ,
Wanda Roberts MUM
'Viola Hawkins and Mar- Nonqualifying,;Ibvely duplex. Only $8,000 total, $850
rr? /punw ''BJJOID' "Moo s UA down;$60 month-bedroom; each apt. One apt. completely PLUS *.j-n M sUnder

Ralph Dykes, Carol t?:\ViSa, U t \ ;..furnished., 'to ,- I
lie Fluellen, Laverne ums;

BettGaMs. ,.-. find Vernon o The Yum
SmaU .JIIt t .j *- i t .. I. l MANY. .OTHER COOP BUYS Yum 'Tee
We would ,like very muchtohave IT'PAYS'TO"' E L-WITH

you attend our affair We ,Starring Jack, Lemmony; ::
are sure that you will enjoy : ,-
< 'I> !tdl.]
So, please come
all three plays.
,ut-and help this croup in its p'j' .;,. t, Romance: and 'Sez' ,get a, thorough '"r,:
; 4260 NW 7th AY*. 758-655 ", .(!
tee ot'4m .j 'J H1 'H. 'Kolne'over' |i V1 ..II."J
bet, March 23, at. 8 ., .
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RP4tAl"M! \'ft"'V'1" ."1i:,'F"ftr.. rya" 't.''" ......., ,' ." .f .., II'i l' ;' .... ......1
"r yt rli"'i tro ;
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'tucker told agency. members MIAMI TIMES MiAHlf. pU. rSATURDAY :
Urban Renewal to ,
j' "We.'re,' ':col1fdent'x'th1s' 'will{I :,.)MARCH .2| ,1064. PAC f.I.L ,
Pay: For MovingPlans I WW k', '[;f. Pgde o 1ltcf .bf ald rp 'm"
: .gtVMpl"tilUiUhat'y
:\ ; .. . .
were announced Monday attPi'aval : ;; I :: ; I t.A9,
by Dade County UrWm Re .bout"$ JOO,000: Will te needed I
newal Agency to pay moving starting Jn April when, relocation '
exepenses for about 5,000 ren- for the 20-mllllon-dol- i
$; ters who will have to find lar interchange is to begin. : APPAREL FOR SALEM! ,
+j 4M other places because of the Tucker 'said" the }renewal, '.
Downtown Interchange. agency may be, able to borrowthe I
Renewal officials said they funds from the county.. "Champane taste, beer packet?" Come to Grade's
.vill borrow the necessary Under current schedules repayment -* where you'll find like-new exclusive Easter dresses,
money for immediate use. Then from the, federal gov* r:"suits, .skirts, blouses, shoes all originals '$1 to $5
the federal .
repay the county government for what will it ber.ernment will be next,"' Decetfi-,.. \' .Mink" fpx rind other stoles and fur jackets $5:to' $10. r

spends to move the victims. I Tenants will receive theli h:w: Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen
t Executive Director Edwin actual, costs, m.>;:to, 200; ;' Jl' + relies $t Men's pure Italian silk suits. $$and $5.
,: ..... .
.j: '
/ 1 ;
I i Blue serge suits' $5. Sports jackets $2; Pants; shoes

9"7MIS. SUNDAY MATINEE: .w : .-, .) I 1. Shirts 50c Also linens, drapes, bedspreads and
7 KIDDIE'S EASTER, PARADE other household items. \Ye cater, to the. ,9 i\e.\ Qrace
and Mike 'will .
greet you penon ally.GRACE'S
J:00: P.M. To 6:00 P.M. -. ADMISSION $1.00 I
MARIE BROWN Fabulous Show for The Kids

/-. "Become a friend of a boy or Featuring: The Drifters, Frank DuBoise and his Chicken :Scratches 2512 NE 2nd Ave,' FR' 1.8372

In the YMCA", says Mrs Marie Dobby Marshall and many, many 'others. I Open 10. a.m. to' 5 p.m.
Brown, cochairman of the 1064

"Become o friend of a boy or -
girl, living in the shadows of T1 CLYDE.KILLENS'#
1 1 1g
an emotionally disturbed father, '
enrolled with his brother or a ti ''
$ sister' in a YMCA friend." $ SIR JOII"llOTEJ MIGHT BEAT cLUQ"Ilomo

'Become a friend of a
young + I
ster gaining confidence in him JaM' of -The Stars" ;,

self as he develops physical ;, ., :r i -j;'PRESENTSFRIDAY -
strength and skills in a Saturday
morning, sports skill class." : :
"Become a friend of a T4 .
,, ,' handicapped by an _
i ;youngster home environment The Soul Sisters
who found hew life and new ;
friends/'in a YMCA Day, Camp ri'i; :
because someone cared" :
"Become a friend of a high
'i -' ; :}schools student kof great potent!
al who caught a vision or responsible $
learedshlp as a result
of, participating In a YMCA
High_ School Club.
"In the year 2,000, not too F
many years from now, it won't
smatter' what your bank balance
was today, the kind of car you
Winners Last :Year Clyde Ktllens
drove, or (what sort of house
could be a better place in which ADULT EASTER PARADE SUNDAY NITE

to live because in the life you of were a boy important or CASH PRIZES FOR TilE ,THREE''BEST DRESSED WOMEN : -

girl. MW
Join the "forces to provide COMING APRIL 12th l1- V 1Z7a' 4
wholesome activities for our
youth, by Joining the Carver .At The Harlem Square Club
Branch YMCA today! Killens' "NIGHT' IN NASSAU"
1 ,- Clyde : ,' d

Hampton, Choir Here ,


;Miamlans'' have the rare;, opportunity WILDMAN
of>s' hearing''' the renowned THE
'Hampton Institute -. -- roM J
Choir 'March 25, 8 'p.m.'at'BTW' '
High School Auditorium The &,tZ. fiqa'
'concert is sponsored by Miami STEVE SHOW & DANCE a}',,
'Chapter Hampton', Alumni ,

Donations' for this 'program 1':(. .tJi. r...
are 'being the Miami (
accepted by
Hampton Alumni. Patrons Admission ;Friday $1.50, SAT. and SU& ;$2.00

,may ,also: present ,donation at
the door. 'Mr. Carl'' A. Williams ,-
is local ,Chapter president, I- I r it U' f y ..

w ': R3 ft,. l.t k (s Mi r rt22 ." r ')iy it (rcttt1lp4io' '

,Dugie's Guest House k hrM, r f'
; Y"-'
tlie'.house of unusual rooms

Open' 24 hours NE 4-3851 1 ,, $ 1 ,
Seeing, is Believing ...... 4) .

See 'for clean -
us rooms
.'>$**% k; .i
Jamaica...,:J DugU, always
.. 1t47"... ...:;.. ."'.": r..''J Miam 1 f j F. Ri tw : t .
/ 't:.:. n... .t.. ... .... -.

t a, ,}
'J. A. BURROWS r S 4 } '
J: T'

." '. ''I?:,:, ,TRANSFER .% 'RUTJf ,BROWN WILD. MAN;: -STEVE: ,1t'i

flll.dj; { r. .
'I Jj i1V I FOR'HIR'E' ., FEATURING. .,... ;. .to.;.,. 1
fit,,, 'i,',1' M W'r
fUffht :
:{ hauling Moving of i "

.\ ',' I, 'furniture .: I. RUTH BROWN

i' Phone OX 1.9163'' anti f t
"Mama". "'Time After

.... ) 1742,, NW 67th St.RENT ., PLUS OTHER 'STAR' ACTS ,

i I if,, : \ I II With Sam Early ':and 'his,Orchestra. I' i.

F8R Friday, March 20' Club Down !!,>, i .itt..
Goulds 10 2:30 a.m "" OF'REAL
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I .. :Jl MIAMI .BEACH Saturday, March :21 -:- Harlem Square HIT RECORD: "I Can't Stead ,II"
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, PlA. lag speaker nnd Rev. Lester "
Albert will be the evening Women's Day At

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1964 speaker. Music will be rendered -
by some of the most out- I
standing singers in Dade County. -
We are extending to eachof New Providence
Men's Day at Men's Day program on Sunday, you a Invitation to come
I March 22. The men are putting .and worship with us on that,
Macedonia BaptistThe forth every effort to make this and every other Sunday. General Baptist Convention

the greatest program In the Hamp Simmons, general tend.
Macedonia Missionary ,. Everyone Is Invited to at-
Church of Coconut history of the church. Melvin chairman

Baptist Grove will hold Its annual Ladson, Jr., will be the morn- I Rev.pastor J. A. F. Finlayson, chairman Mrs. Maybelle of the Woman's Anaerson Day is

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I: fee gnu ;3tt ( !l 1.ut'rkjuxibi! i ii-. xKtf C y M. Rev. .C."5 J. Burney, pastor.Y f rypA> i

D. A. Bradley, pastor >' aR .reS t oCr pe
Mrs. Christine Cohen, reporter Rev J. U. Blacknell, pastor Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastorSis.

This Sunday, being Palm Bert Cooper, reporter C. M. Miles, reporter %Sk
Service like old time
Sunday, we are asking all our 11 were i g kX3"0
was superlative! That A'
revival throughout the day as
friends to come and bring seems to be the best wordsto
church with them our pastor delivered both mas-
someone to describe Homecoming Day
In this sages; and the No. two and one
We have many people at St. James. *
choirs rendered music with
town that do not have a
church home and why not make The day Is history now but sister M. English organist.
ourselves good Christians and It is fondly remembered by Sunday evening, at 3 p.m. Elder -
good Missionaries this Sunday those attending as one of the July Cooper will preach in
Our young People will havtheir e. best. The pastor had charge behalf of our Deaconess and
Easter Exercise at 3 p.m of the morning celebration Pastors' Aids Club everyone is :MRS. SUSIE C. HOLLEY .
Easter Sunday.Prayer and brought- a stirring sermon. invited to come and make this Morning Speaker
Meeting every Tues-I Pulpit guest were Rev. program a success. The No. two New Providence Missionary

day night, at 8 p.m. Thomas Mercer o f Mercer's choir will render music. I. Baptist Church, 760 NW 53rd
Religious Store; Revs. Wrightand l. St., will observe Its fourth annual -

ST. MARY'S W. M. Bullard.At : MT. TABOR Woman's Day March 22.

3:30: Rev. S. L. Gay I The morning speaker will be
Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor
Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor and his congregation rendered Mrs. Susie C. Holley.
Miss Dorothy Major, reporterOur Dessie Crockett, reporter Mrs. Holley Is president of
a fine Rev. :MRS. CORENE WATTS
very program. We extend our greatest gratitude 'land
Palm Sunday processionwill Gay Is a former memher and to Rev. S. A. Cousin and the Woman's Missionary Evening Speaker
leave the church at 3 p.m. assistant Educational Convention, auxiliary -
pastor at St. James. his
St. Matthew and St. Peters Or- of his congregation and to our to the General Baptist
Many members
present friends and visitors of
will 17th St. many State Convention....Inc of Fla.
thodox join us on were also former St. Jamesites.At the entire community, the MORRIS TEMPLE
Our Male Chorus will fur- The evening speaker will be
the 7:30: p.m. Service Rev. services and support given 0111
nish music morning and night J.J. Williams of MetropolitanAME this our 63rd anniversary of Mrs. Corene Watts, who Is CHURCH OF GOD IN CIIRIST
Easter Sunrise Service will be- Church and his congregation the church.To promotional secretary Woman'sConvention 6000 NW 18th Ave.
gin at 4 a.m. The text will be were in charge.To the members, your loyalty Auxiliary to tl, h e The church' is still in its
found in first Corinthians 15th to your church is always ap- blessed Lent Consecration ser-
Chapter and 20th. Verse. show appreciation for the preciated.Fellowship. ANTIOCH CHURCHRev. vices
every Tuesday, Friday
"But now Is Christ risen from unselfish cooperation of the at Mt. Tabor Sunday and nights at 8 o'clock
the dead and become the first- guest churches and their mem- beginning with Sunday O. W. Foster, pastor Sunday
fruit of them that slept". Theme bers in aiding us in raising School until evening service Brother Casey Grahamreporter Sunday noon Rev. Morris
The "Theological Necessslty". funds for this day the church was an inspiring, spiritual There will be a State Tea and congregation will be at the
had on hand a variety of plea- treat that should have been a Sunday from 4-0 p.m. on the Liberty City Project auditor-
SALTER'S CHURCHRev. sures of the table with cold benefit to each person who wit- Range s lawn 5727 NW 17th ium on 14th Ave. and 63rd St.
drinks and coffee served both nessed the celebration of the Ave., guest speaker will be Easter Sunrise Service at 5
H. J. Benson, pastor In the afternoon and at night. church's anniversary. May God Mrs. Lemmie MlthcheLl, Instructor a.m. Prof. Cecil Blair guest
at Northwestern Sen
bless each of us.
Marshall soloist.
Flossie reporterOur The Class Leaders ior High School. Ths affair Is
Eider J. whq act- Visit the sick and shut-in
Presiding Rev.
B. Blake of the West, Miami ed as captains, made a'par- and remember them In, prayer. being sponsored by the ladies Morris Temple is on the air
tial In behalf of their Women'sDay
report of over $2,000. every Sunday night over Sta-
Mission District held his second -
Observance at 3 An
GAMBLE MEMORIAL p.m. tion WAME 10 to 10:30: p.m.
quarterly conference beginning BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe Invitation Is extended to the
last Friday night, CHUKCII OF COD IN CIIHIST public at large. FRIENDSHIP M.
throught Sunday. On Friday Miami Baha'i Assembly 1908 NW 5th Ave. The young matrons are In BAPTIST

night, the various boards and Is sponsoring a Naw Ruz (Ba. Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor .1 the process of member- Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor
clubs made their financial reports ha'i New Year) Tea, to be heldat Sis. M, Cooper, reporter ship Drive. This drive will Ruby Lee Carr, reporter
one hundred per cent. the home of Mrs. Doris Ap- Our Young People Spiritual terminate with a social tea on I Services were wonderful

Rev. Blake was present in pleton, 478 NE 56th St., Sunday, Hour service was held on Monday Tuesday night, March 24 at 8 throughout the day. We wereso
the home of Mrs. Casey
the Sunday School discussingthe March 22, from 4 to 6 p.m. March 9. Instead of our p.m.at Graham, 6700 NW 28th Ave. 'glad to have one of our for-
lesson along with the super- : Mrs. Frances Baumgartnerof usual order of service, we hada phone 696-3935. Rev. Foster mer members to deliver the

intendent, Mrs. Agnes Davis, North Miami will speak on discussion, the topic was: will be our honor guest. morning message The Rev.
the pastor Rev. H. J. Benson "Spiriaual Springtime." Mrs. Today's Youth: Tomorrow's The pastor is asking all Williams of New Providence
Ar;, and the young folk. Marorle Bach will be the chair. Church Leaders. The questionfor adult singing group to render Baptist Church delivered a
Elder Blake preached two man for this event. Tie public discussion was, "How can song services on Saturday powerful message and our pas-
powerful sermons, morning and Is cordially Invited to attend. the youth of our church become morning, March 28 at the First tor delivered a spiritual even-
evening.We Admission Is free. adequately prepared for Baptist Church of Brownsville. ing sermon.

are still preparing our- Baha'i New Year Is the first leadership roles in our future The occasion is the Ministersand
Friday, March 20 at 8
church? Deacons Union of Fla. p.m.
selves for Men's
a great Day
day of spring, symbolizing I choir No. 2 will observe its anniversary
This discussion East Coast Baptist Churches
the fourth in was a most
program Sunday spiritual renewal in the world
I with various choirs
April Brother Ceo Rankin, in this interesting as well as enlight- meeting.
age, even as there is a participating and Sunday,
chairman brother Thomas renewal In nature at this time ening one. March 22
BETHLEHEM CHURCHThe at 3 p.m. Rev. W. K.
", Frederick, co-chairman. .I, of the year. 11 I Pierce Our chorus last Journeyed to Ft. Smith of Opa-locka will deliver

j j1f" sing on at our Tuesday annual convo-nightto public Is in vited to ourMen's the anniversary sermon accom-
cation. Day Observance, March panied by his choir and many
22,. Sunday School at 9:45: our other choirs will appear on the
You are always welcome to
Bishop Nesbitt Holds attend our services whenever morning speaker, Rev. A. M. program.
; a Griffin Shiloh
pastor of New
I they are held.
The president, Bro. Nelson
: Baptist Church. Evening speaker -
Our prayers go out to the Harris and members extend to
Holy ConvocationThe sick and shut-ins everywhere. Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastorof
St. Matthew Freewill Bap- you a cordial welcome. Let us
tist Church. think on the Crucifixion of our

Rt. Rev. Wales R. Nes- i panled by his daughter Mrs. KELLY'S CHAPELPalm Members, our Men's Day as- Lord. Come to Church Sundayand
,: bitt, Sr., Presiding Bishop of Marian J. Nesbitt. sessments are now due; The i I am sure you will con-
The Church Of God In Chlrst, Sunday will lie observed -, Junior church rehearsal for tinue. You are always welcome
Western The following persons will at Kelly's Chapel by many at our services.
I Florida, will hold and Easter will be Tuesday and
preside over the 1964 Annual lead the East Coast District guests of our city and visitors Thursday at 5:30.: Let's not forget .j
Holy Convocation of the Church delegations: Elder W. E. Davis, from other cities as we gatherto the prizes that will be given I GRACE PRESBYTERIAN

t Of God In Christ, Western Florida District Superintendent; Minis- 22, worship while on our Sunday pastor March Rev. away Saturday, at 7:30: p.m., I I This Sunday evening, at the
ter and Mrs.
Raymond Walkerof
I at the State Headquarters Franch C. Cambridge, deliversthe and Sunday after morning wor 7:30: service our guest preacher
I in Jacksonville, Florida, Ueglnnlng Dania; Elder and Mrs. Har- traditional sermon. ship. Sponsored by committeefor will be the Rev. Ernest Hutche-
Tuesday, March 21, vey Bryan, Fort Lauderdale:: Among our guests will be Men's Day. I I son Jr., chaplain and staff
I through Easter,, Sunday, Match Elder Samuel P. Nesbitt, Mel- the Zeta Amicae Club of which Visitors are always welcomeat member of the County Child-
29. bourne; and, Mrs. Estella Jackson our own Mrs. Mary Lou our services. Make a new ren's Home at Kendall The
11 I i as District Missionary. Brown Is a member. Eugene start. Come to church. Youth Chorus of Kendall will
Bishop Nfesbltt, who arrived Members of all church groups Kemp of New York City will sing. We invite members and
p at Miami's 2nd Ave. Docks In and friends are cordially invit- also worship with us again: and friends to attend in large num
1907, was soon converted and ed to attend this Holy Assembly hopes to see all of his friendsin Easter at Sweeting's bers.
has become an integral part of for spiritual uplift. the congregation at that time
and a leader in, the spiritualand During evening services EstateThe Condolences to Harold Charlowand

religious life of Florida and World Service will be emphasized puWlc is welcomed to family at the loss of his
the United States. His Ministry attend the Easter Sunrise Ser father, Livingston Charlow
which emphasizes "Christian MT. CALVARY CHURCH I The MYF announces its Easter vice that will be held Easter who was funeralized at Range
r Oneness" and "Freedom" morning at 5:30 A.M. Funeral Home last Wednesday
Rev. S. Atchison pastor Fashion Tea which will beheld : on the
: through abstinance from sin Constance Carter reporterThe at the church on Monday, Sweeting's Estate, 2148 N.W.
and evil-doing, has brought March 30 from 7 to 9 p.m. The 4th Street, Fort Lauderdale, ST. LUKE AME

many souls to Christ and a No. two Ushers Board public Is cordially invited to Florida. 1809 NW 6th Ave.
hlghter level of living. would like to thank everyone attend. Music will be given by the Rev. James A. Grlsby pastor
'' for helping them to make Members have you taken Dillard High School Choral
Bishop 'Nesbitt, in setting their anniversary a success, care of your Conference Budget Ensemble under the directionof Mrs. Evangeline Smith clerk
the program of events for a especially those who had a assessment? Please make Mrs. Rhoda Sneed. St. Luke will celebrate its
"Christ Centered Convocation" part on their program. every effort to make a credit- The Easter message will be first anniversary with a ban-
hopes to stimulate the, Chris- another glorious'' day. We will able showing by Easter Sun- delivered by the Reverend quet Saturday March 21, 8:30:
tain's interest in being in one Richard' Thigten, pastor of tun. at Phyllis Wheatley spirit and of one understanding Sunday, Is expected to Abe day.Mrs.. Julia, Brown chairmanof St.James AME Church in Fort 1801 NW 1st place Instead -
in Christ. Bishop Nesbitt conclude our Calendar Drive at the Pastor's Aid Board, appreciates Lauderdale. of Roosevelt Community
h_ been' directing' his office 3 p.m. Everyone s cordially invited the wonderful coop- Dr. Sweeting will be on hand Room as previously announced.
fll' In/ ,Miami, 'since Dec. 1963 because .. to this, the consluslon of eration given to the group by to greet every one with aspecial 8tewad help? us celebrate
of a convalescing period our Calendar Drive, for whichwe all members and friends as Easter Blessing. the ? achievement under
have been forwardto sponsored the Pastor's Tea Breakfast guidance L Almighty God
needed for Mrs. Nesbitt in the looking they will be served to and the leadership of'our'
for some. Feb. 23. all. very
warm Miami sun. He is accom- courageous pastor.

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. competition went to the following -

Baptist Ministers I SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1964 PAGE 11 Northwestern: The Northwesterner High Miami,,

Award for the
The 61 Rattler

World Meet j/'Miami;! Schools Win AwardsAt briel"best features.is editor." Mary Samuel A* Ba-O.

Cohen is principal of North
The Greater Miami Interde- western High
nominational Alliance held Its Press Workshop
regular meeting on Tuesday,, The Moon, Lincoln Park
March 3 at the Mt. Zion Baptist I 'I'ALLAIIASSEE-Top honorsfor ed by several of the workshop Academy befender Fort Pierce, The
L. Alex Wilson
Church with the president,, general excellence in school consultans, some of whom had Chicago -
the "best Albert
I for layout. -
the Rev. Edward T. Graham,, ( ) publications went last weekendto also served as judges In selectIng Goodwin, editor; principalIs
presiding. will schools In the Tampa, St. the award-winning publications John L. Walker..
The meeting was well attended Petersburg area in Judging of .
by ministers of all the at 4: newspapers and yearbooks at Other awards In the news- The Thunderbird North
major Faiths. Several minis- 19th the Florida A and M University14th paper section of the workshop Dade Jr.-Sr., High Opa-locka,
ters expressed their enthusiasm Very annual Interscholastic Included: The St Petersburg the Florida A and M University
about the harmony that is of Press Workshop. Times Award for "The Best Office of Public Relations'
prevalent among the membersof ing. Recipient of the Pittsburg Layout," to the Monocle, of "Best Use of Pictures Award.."
the Alliance. Courier Award for the "Best North Dade School, Opa- John Percell, cdltor-ln-chlef
All standing and special com- All Around Newspaper" was locka. Mrs, Wads Ii. Rlley Is and Edwin Demerltte is facul-
mittees made their reports The Mlddletonlan, school paperof advisor of the Monocle staff, ty advisor.
which were received by the Mlddleton High School, Tampa and Charles D. Wyche Is principal Honorable mention for the
body. Freddye Hill is editor of of North Dade HIgh. This "Best Use of Pictures" In a
The Mlddletonlan, and Mrs. A. uwarl was presented by Lowell yearbook went to The Cobra,
All' ministers present were P. Hamilton, sponsor. A. J. Brandle, enterprise writer annual publication of Hampton
very happy to learn that the ately Ferrell is principal of Middleton for the Petersburg' ; Times. Junior High, Ocala
World Baptist Alliance will beheld this High Mrs. Tokl Schalk The Chicago Defender RoUurt In the junior college publications -
in Miami in 1965 and they : Johnson, women's editor oi S. Abbott Award, for "The area, special recognitionalso
pledged their support in making High The Courier presented the Best News Story" to The went to the Glbbsonlan,
it successful. They also award. Washlngtiwilan Booker T. student newspaper of Gibbs
pledged to turn out their '' The Johnson Publishing Com Washington High School, Mi- Junior College, St.' Petersburg
church lights on the night oi ship : pany's "Best All-Around Year- ami. Editor of the paper Is Net for effective use of photographsand
May 3 and the executive com- book A wal'd" went to the Gla- tie Smith, and Mrs Marian for writing excellence
mittee of the World Baptist nual dator, Gibbs High School, St. Shannon is advisor. Anthony Other newspapers which received -
Alliance. Petersburg. Edltor-in-chief of Gardiner Is principal of BookerT. special recognition in
and the Gladiator is Freddie Frederick Washington, Miami. areas for which no awards
and Mrs. E. M. Stepherson The Florida Times-Union
ZION HOPE BAPTIST plete were given were The Washing-
Is advisor. Emmanuel 1\1. Award for the "Best Column, tonian, Booker T. Washington
5129 NW 17th Ave. W. Stewart Is principal of GIbbs to The Student Voice, Gibbs High, Miami, for the "best editorial -
Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor High Mrs Gerri 1\1ajori associate High School. John Bynum Is ;" The Monocle, North
editor of : ngazineand edtor and Mrs. Stepherson, advisor -
[Dade High, for the "best news
Choir No. Invites to
one you society editor Jet Magazine "
help them celebrate their 5th anniversary have first made the presentation.The The Mamuan Award for the Monocle feature for story the; "best and review.The"
beginning Friday night awards presentationswere Jacket of Howard W Blake
March 20.Friday. ary. the highlight of the closing School, Tampa, Editorinchef Additional honorable mentions -
night, we will have workshop luncheon held in of The Jacket Is Irene ; went to The Mlddleton
various choirs of the city. : : the Unlverstiy Commons with Harmon; and faculty advisors ion, for the best news storyand
a.m. I Mrs. Thelma Thurston Gorham, are Misses Blanche Dennis, the best editorial; The
Rev. Charlie Smith and his con '' acting director of public rela- Nancy folio and Marjorie Lion's Echo, Carter Parramore
gregation will close out the an- the tions at FAMU, workshop director Mayes, Edward McDonald and ;Ilge. Quincy for the best edl
niversary on Sunday afternoonat presiding. The awards, Harry Morris Principal of ton al and The Monocle and
3 p.m. in the form of handsome, engraved Blake is U R, Thomas The Mlddletonlan for the best
and plaques were present. Additional wards In yearbook sports story.
The choir will be selling at the will _...
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ST. MARK BAPTIST I our Tonight at Roosevelt Savings!

Rev. C. W. Wade, pastor I .. _. .
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Rev. Mitchel of Zion Hope de.
livered the message Sunday
morning with his text from

Genesis The Willing 27.22. Workers are cele-

brating their 8th anniversary son 1OOOO

Sunday! March 22.,.
trip .
The Junior Choir wishes to Mr. :
thank all the choirs that partici-
pated on their musical March 8. -. <- ....
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Rev. T. C. Kelly Jr., pastor \ ;!
Mrs. Lea Cray, reporter
The wife of our pastor lost
her father, and St. Paul h
giving her its deepest sympa- ads .
ment.thy In her hour of bereave let ,

Sunday, Is Youth Day, and to !
Honorable Judge W. R. Cul- for '
breath will speak to the youth, FEE.
and everyone is invited
especially all youth. : '
: I'
Stewardess Board No. two ;\
would like to thank everyone
who made its 22nd anniversarya
The total amount
raised success.was 17745. 1 AWARDED AT 7 PM-BE HERE-YOU MAY BE A WINNER 1

attend You are friendly always St. welcome Paul. to Just visit Roosevelt Savings any time prior to award to enter your name. No transaction -

necessary. Three big prizes in Green Stamps, redeemable for merchandise

MT. ZION, CHURCH of your selecrion.

Evelena Glenn, pastor one ] account
Saturday March 21, bar-b This frlor260-150
cue dinners will tie sold at the stampS aooount
church all day for the benefitof 100 Green account
the Men'a Day program Green stampS $600 ,.
These dinners are priced at 60 0 stamp tor '
is askedto aid and ,
75 cents and everyone ers.All Green
come by and purchase your 1000 tlclpated dividesuarterly'
dinner. have ant an compounded United States

Sunday, March 22, Is Mt. A Y4a1a cure ds from anywhere in !ne S loon ""n.ter .
Zion's annual Men's Day. The ot tun Roosevelt' Savings
speaker for 11 a.m., service will trans onth- r
be Dr. Wlliam F. Ball, Jr. During Free every ", 1st'
the 7 p.m. service, Rev. A. ot from the

Smith will preach. save bY /heearna0th dividendS ., .. ..yJf

The Chairman Brother Ro-
bert Thomas,, co-chairman, Day jam;'* 100% integrated ravings institutionROOSEVELT/ ;.
brother James Jones and the '
men of Mt. Zion have planneda sJEIIqJ.SAVINGS
wonderful program for the Rev. ik .
day. The public Is invited to

attenl all services. Mt. ASSOCIATION,


Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor 6015 H.W.7th Avenue,Miami,Florida Phone 754-6651
Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporter con .----------------------,
gress. Parents, please send Your account I lOOSIVtlT SAVINGS A lOAN ASSOCIATION I
r your children out at 4:30: p.m. I'' Mil N.W.7 Are.M,M!.ml,fUrUU I
Manday and Friday each week.
Mrs. A. L. Collins, director. INSURED I I Gentlemen:Attached Is my check In the amount of} ... .. ...". andpgreen account II
s in the name shown below and send me my passbook,signature card stlmps.. I Iby
- March 22, at 3 p.m., to $10,000 I
o the Sunday Deacon, Board will celebrate l- up an agency of the i NAME .... _.... .. ...... ..... .............................._....----:...- I

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1821 NW 4th' Ave. died on G3rd Terr.,' .died March 10. He
,March 12 >Mr., Charlow 'was I is survived'' by wife: Mrs.. Sarah
well known among the pioneersof Thomas. Rev.. P W. ,Williams
TIMES MIAMI, FLA. IN MEMORIAM Miami, having ,' moved here: ,officiated services.
f I
from the Bahamas in lltOG.j: He
PAGE 12 SATURDAY' MARCH' 21, 1964 t w ''in memory of is survived by three daughters; MICHAEL L. DOBSON,
LYDIA JANE HILL Mmes. Femisha Knowles Vera young son of Mr.,land Mrs.
who .passed to. life eternal on five Thomas J. 'Dobson 2040' N.
Higigs and Leola: Wade'; W.
'l I IN MEMORIAM I CARD, OF THANKS March: ':.10,k!11958' sons, Livingston,' 'Jr., HUbertl 51st ,St., died, ,March 12.: Chapel
Her s .fCerln8" 'end d.:-.with the 'Harold Clifford and Hugh; 13grandchildren services were conducted March
( In loving memory of our We' the family of the late,' day; "' ,'', ; two g r s ,a t- 16 with burial in Evergreen.
Yet lived sheat.ItsobseAnd
grandchildren;; one brother and
j dear mother, take this method of thankingour breathed the' long, long one sister. MRS.. ;ANNIE, WEST'. 607 W.

many friends' for calls night away Services were held on 23rd St. died ,March 12. A resident -
cards, telegrams, flowers, and In statue-like repose; Wednesday, at 2:30: ; of Hialeah for, many
44T. use of cars during our hour- ,'of But when,, the! sun, in all hisstate' :- chapel; .Fr. Elisha. p.m.offi years; she is, survived by her
) bereavement. cia ting. father; seven sisters and three
T. "r 'ya Special thanks to the 'pastor, Illumed the' eastern skies, brothers.: Services will ,\lie\, conducted -
and members of St. James AME She passed through ,Glory's. MRS. ALBERTHA PRA'iT of Friday, at 5 p.m., at Mt.
Church and the Range Funeral ,
morning gate '
j ; Baptist Rev. R.
r 6601 NW 12th Ave., died March
Home for special services walked In Paradise. '
And. C. Solomon, officiating.. Final
I 12. She ,
was a native of Myrtle
rendered. ,
: \V. 'C. Bethel l-Son ''
J rites In Concord N.C.
a ; ,
South Carolina and had
Mrs. Bessie Smith, daughter Enid. .Rahmings, daughter''' [ -
lived in Miami for ten
4 Ellen 'Welch, daughter! yearsprior JOHNNIE BRYANT 1243
a to her death. Her survi-
nnhf Mr. Don Smith, son-in-laIN w ,
vors include her husband; Le NW 1st Ct:, died March 15. His

CARD' OF THANKSWe Grand; four sons; her, father, survivors are two, ,daughters,
MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Ethel Carr and Miss
James Bel la,, m Sr.1 six
the family of. the late, ,brothers, Including Jamesi! Jr., Josephine Bryant;: two sons,
sad, but loving memoryof w.., and, one .sister, Mrs ,Mary Sax John and, James; ,three,brothers,
our beloved husband and ,
# four sisters and 11 grand chil-
brother, on.She was sent,, to ,Myrtle\ dren.' Services Saturday, 3 p.m.
,, spa Beach, Tuesday, for final .rites at. New 'Providence:; Baptist
and burial. Church, Rev., C. J. Burney
.Iaj.'i };)( NW 73rd St., died March 15; MCNEIL, 334 NW
hY"'iJ! h Mr. Matchett as a native\ of 22nd St.; died March 13 Remains -
.tl., :I\b.1ttJ, ': Georgia, but: had lived In' Miami will be' sent to Thomasvllle .
SIS. HENRIETTA THOMAS }Jfti'l', "th<; ,"_' 'i'.' since 1922. He Is survived Ga., Friday, 'morning for
''i ,'I) \ 1 tf; > by his 'wife. Mrs. Annie } lat-, :services and burial. I Among his
who March 19
'passed away ,, .4 'tr.t 1., ,'JI!' chett; one daughter, Mrs. Vir survivors 'are. his wife,,, Mrs.
,1958. .L JJ:'; l'.& :'.. '.. 1 Anzola '
ginia Sheftall; one son, Roscoe AIcNell; one son, Richard -
Sleep on dear, Bother, and ;t! ';rtl'i p: tI Jr., four grandchildren another d ; a daughter, Mrs. Willie
i take your;.rest, II :4 { ";,1J. :;) Jr{ ttbct relatives. Pearl Milledge; four brothers
and father, the late lI rrtf.;, {j > \ Services for Mr. Matchett'' will l and three sisters.HERBERT .
d ;>:) (: be. held,
on Friday] at 2 p.m. at
yn ; p,: the 'ChurchRev
Antioch L.
r Baptist THOMAS, JR.,
., "f'. 0., W. Foster officiating 1907 NW 2nd C.t.. died March
;:\ ,'(>: 15: He is'' survived 1 by his wife,

l ... : t THOMAS VINSON, Jr., of one son, mother and; lather of
: ,
,.. .;'tiJ ,ht'olf, 6020 NW' ,, 13th''' Ave., apt. No. 12, BainbridgeGa.i"'' twosisters
f >': died arrival I and three ,
.. on at Jackson brothers., He was
i. r:,i f... '( .:, .. lJ'J Memorial Hospital on March sent to Bainbridge, Friday

.-.- -r' ;,c.1fl._-_._. !fl. 18. Mr. Vinson,' a long'time resident morning for' final'rjtes"on' -. Sun
J of Miami was a mem day.
MRS. BETTY M. KENDRICK ber of various civic and fraternal
wishes'' to express our sincere organizations. '

thanks to our many relatives, He Is survived by his wife, ,MT. SINAI; .CHURCH

;REV. j. c. JOHNSON friends, and neighbors for Bertha: ; six daughters, Mmes Rev S:
who 'departed this' life March their many kind gestures of Virginia Webster, Essie Wil! In pastor
sympathy shown us liamson Roberta Sunday
20, 1947. during Horn e,
Gone, but not forgotten. our bereavement. Many thanks} s Thomasclna Jenkins,' Sunday vice during Decision' : Send -
May his soul rest in peace, for your letters, cardsf'| telegrams Gould, Dorothy Vinson 'an ,14 candidates; were for happy to accept
'and. may light perpetual shine donations s. Tee Knowland: ; two sons, Al-. baptism.
crI upon him. -A 'very special thanks td ,the fonzo and Thomas, ,Jr., five )' Our "Men '''Day Really will be

Mrs. Marion Johnson, wIfThe e pastor, Rev. Samuel Atchisonand step-daughters; two sisters, observed Sunday ,You are
,, Family members of 'Mt. Calvary\ Mmes lona Bush and Emma cordially ,Invited, to attend.
also the
Aid Society, Jenkins; 58 grandchildren; and
Rev. S. A. Thomas and seem great-grandchildren., SerA 'Special .Sunrise service will
.., .. IN MEMORIAL_._ bers of Mt. Rev. vices will be 'held
f. .. !' ': '.-M.f: -- ---,- -- -- --- Sinai D be held Thursday, .at ,5:30: a.m., ,Easter
The family of. the late Bradley pastor and members of March 20,, at 3 at the St. Sunday.
REV.E.M.THOMAS -'- ... Mt.Carmel, the Lily W hit, e Matthews Free p.m'l 11 Baptist "
who passed 'March 22, 1963. 'L ........ -, 'tt'J-r .Lodge! and the Richardson Church, with ,the Rev.' J. B.
j Gone to the Great Beyond, L.. .. -i.,1 Funeral Home; thanks to) each Woodley, officiating. THE, CHURCH OF
who we miss so much, yes you <.. of ,you J
said as you. were leaving this ,ttI The. Family TRACY LAVON BROWN 'of1603ft INCARNATION
( world preaching God. has all \ t. 't ,NW '1st Pl., died March The Sacred Heart

powers in His hand. One day I Ii Z: i GIRD OF THANKSThe 19. Tracy; the 3-month-old the Episcopal Churchwomen Chapter of
i we will meet' you, all''over r child of Mr. Fausteln Brown, of the Church of Incarnation
there. family 'of the late J is survived by her parents;' a takes 'pride in
We wish to thank Key Prlt- :0" EARVIN BRYANT, .,grahd=niother,; Mrs: [Llllle Mae ter Fashion on'presenting 'Eas

chett and Sister Emma Riv- i ,thanks rthq many, friends, Brown; and a.. grandfather day, March 29, at Parade"James. Sun-E.
ers for singing-"God; Will Take neighbors, i pastor ff1cer and j, Fred Maloy; Arrangements Scott Auditorium
: 22nd'
of You}*" Ave.,
Care members of Trinity j CME j are Incomplete at this time and 71'St. -
Oh how, we thank all the Church; special thanks to: the .
\ members of ''Mt. 'Calvary"Bap- Range Funeral Home, the!V ELLIOTT RUFF, JR., of 1620 Tickets may be purchased
tist Church., We neveri' will forget I Royal 20s Women's Club.' Many,''NW ,,05th St., died March 18. from _., any member of the
the' 'members, of Mt. Calvary thanks for the cards, telegrams:r Mr. Ruff, a war veteran, has Sacred Heart Chapter. The pub
Many thanks'' to ,thepreachers cars, food donations and :'floral, lived In 'the Miami area for lic""is.'.Invited. "Come out and

of the Florida Dis- tributes received during lour i 1 more than 50 years. Hiss! sur- bring,your children, to participate -
trict'jlThanksJ' for the' flowers; hour, of bereavement. I I vlvors include his sons, Eugene- 'in the Easter' Parade of

I telegrams Many +' May' God bless all of you. II and 'Leon: Arrangements'. are?,l>?hlons. Time, 4 ''p.m.;, dona-
I thanks tot>Rev., W. TTanner; ,The'Bryant'and Incomplete at this time, "
I and the House 'of Albert- Schef eld, FamiliesFRANCIS .-.. '".J' !'
Sally Thomas, I -0

Daisy Lewin daughters I IN MEMORIAH
r Charlie Thomas son' .' .
,:, "? v, ptha ,?Thpmas, brother !t'ffs !MAEL' CASH ? +o '
,R ,:4';', Hartford Conn; 'MRS. SCEIVAtyA'LL h Li
: 'f. : >; ; SSvKW 2nd .
i" ; of',11
'm::,i.it :\VL': Pearl '''Thomas, who departed this life Jan 21.: Nol:", slfed; :c 'March Ave.16.J ; apt.Mr.,
,I",. ,: I Birmingham;' Ala. '1904, wlsn ''t& ,'express} our -Rolie'\vas A Idng l time resident; I a f f"p

,.' ra--..,.J, -,r*, j Nieces ,and nephews. deepest appreciation for '811' lofl of Miami r and *.also a memberof I
And- a host of friends the: ''heart rendering acts: of, Mt. 'Olivette Band. Services

kindness,' performed Jfor us> Uy I will be held' Saturday, March .
: IN I MEMORIAMJn.sad our' neighbors;, friends," coworkers ,'21 3 ,p.m., ate Temple Baptist .+
\ ; ,. Range Funeral Home Church"'With' Rev L. jA.. Thomp. :1 life h f,.

:. and. ,Rev. George Johnson,.,,pas '$>officiating., Remains'! will
; but ,loving memory of tor ,of Trinity, W; Methodist '
our dear father ,and brother repose inj.the.chapel 4-7.3b: p.m.
K, WILLIAM LOWE Church' during.our' hour, : of Friday andat his home 8 p.m.
who p departed bereavement. xtf made our Friday until funeral time; Survivors t t J ,
this '
life, March .
burden a little easlerito? bear; Include ,his wife, 'Mrs.
Gone 13, 1963., but not_ 'forgotten'"AMleep may God bless all off-you.; .** ::;;,'"- :ClotlldaRolle, '.two sons: Irvin ;. raa
The Family Rqlle' and.jlshmael
: Jr.,
InJesus ,
.' ; two daughters;' Mrs. Anna Mae -

A sleep'calm, and undisturbed, re-, CARD OF THANKSWe Cunningham and Miss Perlard *4'
ROlle;.'four sisters; Mrs. Florence -
'' fFwfi-:: i inone .ever wakes I Itl family 'of the late, Bonaby; Mrs. Muriel ; gj art
tl:, ; ; Turpie Pratt. and
I to..weep. who departed this, life March Mrs. Irene :R lle.
,;f. I: Mrs. Janie Knowles, daugh- 7 wish to 'express heartfeltthanks 'SSSSSSSSSSSSSS8SSSSS8S9&NOTICE

I', ter and gratitude to our ) "
17a'f 'f
|, ;a m, The Family neighbors and many' friendsfor TO:; CHURCH "'- -'

; being' BO kind to us at the
I[ IN MEMORIAMI passing! of our laved: one. REPORTERS!I'I In memory of my father an
Thanks for the cards letters, I The 1MW'd...... for ....... n .j 'f ,JOHN BROWN' AND RALPH HART

In memory of our dear hus- flowers and other' kindnesses eharoh.B WB into amr office lor who departed this life the llth and 20th of March, 19G3...
and father that shown "
band were us. Special '
ptbUoattoB to TUBHDAY 'Somelinies' '
;, BOOB it'IA'hard '
'I I MILLER LAMB thanks to the Liberal Club of All ohmrch> to understand that they ,have;gone. But

I I% 919s c"'ti\.iJltr ...larch ..which Jie was .a.mrmber, Re V.. *> ,tOBjOIBlt tepapr'CBwrCBBoim BTOBTfOd faith f was meant for times like these. And. If we take God's hand

L, A. Thompson and the roorivoi+ after BOOB OB with loving"wisdom/He will help our hearts to understand. Wt
Francis Funeral Home God
Gone, but not forgotten.Mrs. love
TaIII&7 comet *0 fBATBBtOOfl you always
Leanner Lamb, :wife bless you all.
and children The Family LULA HART AND THE CHILDREN


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A call his been sent out} --- "--' .t
1 from Florida A and M Unlver '
s 1 t y Printing DepartmentHead THE ,BOWERY'S. ,:
James L Bruton to all .t If'
printers in the state to organizea
professional socIety. FAMOUS F1Ma BAR

scheduled A luncheon for meeting Saturday; has,; April been Is now open ,,sb stop by and see your friends from :.: sthe t ..f

4, 3:30: p.m. at the idler Motel old 535 Everything ;happens here-:.except \)11,
in Orlando. The was .. .
'Y -- -- -C--.rI IP" date '
;r chosen to coincide wit the annual the rent ,.- <.*/: ..' '. ;

; :,, fO I -\ SALE FOR SALE Orlando Graphic when Arts all the Congress printersin in LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN V :

It. 1 the state gather to view the BOWERY 1749 N. ,Miami .Avenue' r. '
F thY. :FURN. -. Three, bed- DUPLEX, like new tile bath latest in printing machineryand < .1\1. !If
rporf 'CHS with separate garages and floors on 3-bus lines, walking techniques. : ft

awnings, stove, refrigerator distance of' Allapattah ..., : I
washing' machine! $400 Dn.FHA Shopping Center. Bearing t
\terms and seller pays all Mango Trees-renting $65 per
closlnst"'t sts. Life Realty, 4932 month per unit vacant lot, as FOR: .RENT'2BF FROM OWNER vd
.f NW ;;7, Ave. PL 0-4371. Open sorted fruit trees, landscaped. .. .: HOMES DIRECT ,
1 Sundays' sand evenings.. Reasonable for informationcall DRQOM 'DUPLEX .Apt.- 1 '
I 035-3446, owner. irteWWr'SOth '$t. Stove and( re.frlgerator .. No' closing costs* Beat buys+,..:Open Sumflay: ; .1..!
I'. : tons. 'Call FR 9-7416.: llJi"1" ..,. ,
NO, .CLOSING 'COSTS FHA 2-BEDROOM, 2-bath: ens' : --- .-- V
terms Enclosed front and rear house, garage, Fla, room, all :IF 'YOU WOULD 'like a' free< : 'II '
porhes 'separate garage. House convenience 820 NE 85th St., place to stay call this number. : I '1 534 ,NW 52nd ,Street r -
I IA freshly painted Inside and will submit any offer, owner FR 9-7415.
out;; Floors 'refinished, stove desperate. 768-9829, FHA $450 down. Gorgeous, huge lot. CBS'air cond.

and!refrigerator.- Price Is $9,500, ; BEAUTIFULLY: furnished stove!, refrig., wall to wall carpeting, nice,. Fla.,
$200 down and $77 per month. CBS HOUSE, 4bedrooms2-. room' private' bath,; private entrance room, plus extra house for income. Live for only
ire ttealty, 4932 NW 7' Ave. porches, big living room, fUr- wall to wall, carpet bigwalglh insurance.
month including tax
Pi/9-4371.. Open Sundays and nished; move in at once, 1780 closet, 1065 NF St. $50 per .
evenings. NW 45th St. NE 5-5606, Mrs. .
r'LIVE Velez. NEW 2-BEDROO ,APT. un- i'\\)

RENT FREE :BeautlfuW -- furn., reference 1-0789/''l reasonable,, 4030 NW 3rd Ave. i:r\<;'|
INDUSTRIAL LOT, 50x146, call OX
like new CBS duplex, 2-' very reasonable between NW :. Four' large'' bedrooms, Fla. room, garage," carpeting. I I

bedrooms on each side.. $450 19 and 20th Ave., on 22nd St. :'FURN. APTr.with, yard. Call $10,9000, $600 down, move 'right in. : r?.
down and monthly payment'of NE 5-5606. OX, 1-2426. ;'
$85: iet( so IQW; that the rent ,
from ,bne'""side 'will 'j payr It all. 3-ROOM HOUSE, owner going '2-BOOM unfurn, ,apt, 1980 ; ,1,
Lift Realty, 4932, NW 7 Ave., 1138 NW 37th Street .
: north, 1428, NW ,43rd St., will NW 55 St: NE 3-0908.:

PL-fr-4371rjOpen Sundays-----, .evenings- and .rent-- _.-also.- -- FURN: 2-BEDROOM duplex Fully furn. CBS, carport, Fla. room. $300 total down, '

NEW MODEL HOUSE, 3029 NW furn. 1-bedroom apt. will take $67 month,, $9,800 total price.

NO qUA T 'YING. ;Like hew, 57th, .St.' 3-bedrooms and, '2' tile child up to 3, yrs. MU 1-032. -- .-
Beautiful{ 2-bedroom CBS with ttaths call 'NE 3-3108 or' .OX "
2 full, bathrooms. Each bed- 1-5851.: ask for Mr. Berkley.. ; 3-BEDROOM RUSE. Front 4425 N W .8th Avenue,
/ I ) porch closed, in,; unfurn, nice '
has. Its own ,and right
room ; entrance in
Its owf'be ltUfUl- ',bathroom; 2-NICE ROOMS, ,Ladles pre quiet. place, 3095 'NW 51 Terr.. Huge 4-bpdk-oom, 2, bath beauty. Move no
Flat tile roof, wall to' wall closets ferred.1901 "NW 166th St., ,Opa- NE- 4-9925. waiting, air'' cond., stove' ,. refrigerator.;' corner' lot,
|large .1 bull -ln kitchen, locka}, ;JJA ;1-6115,: \ ROOMS garage. $1,000 down,: ,
awning windows, etc. ,A bar- I nice: ,clean and quiet
gain at',$12,500 and' $85 month BEUATIFUL 2-bedrooni. one with:. cooking: 11.00 weekly -0-
Life Realty '4932 NWr>7Ave.. bath, large, CBS home, lot 'of 5311 NW 30th PI.; see' S. Stanley '

PL 9-4371.; Open. : ,...evenings. and fruit trees, very large house, See these fine homes before you buy
Sundays suitable for''3-bedroom 'house, I '
4: only $400 FHA Fenster'.'Real. I FURNISHED 3-room house Call Owner direct! Wl 98aSI
DOLL' ty. ,,PL- 9-8779. $12.50; weekly, 1811, NW '5th Ct.,
'SOUSE ; j :
-- 2-bedroom phone' 634-3177.:
CBS. [Jalousied windows, awnings I OPEN '''SUNDAY 2-6 pjn.,4747
k;J.enclosed back porch, NW 6th' ,Ave; Very neW-CBS 2-BEDROOM DUPLEX Apartment .
stove rand. refrigerator. Spotless 3-bedrpoms large kitchen, t awn- 1762, -NW 50th St, Stove Miami ,
lnsde/ahd! -out;.-Price .is '$9r!>OO, Ings; ''prage,' fenced;, oak ,floors, and r refrigerator furnished., Cal Finest.. ,Selections In ; :
$300 downf"and $75 ..month Life FR 9-7415, "
large; rooms. Total $13,000, $350 ; :
Realty,*rt4982.! NWl- ? Ave PL. down' A. Ben-Korl, Realtor, Lovely hom.. open
U-4371? Open"-eventn8( J4 a*n .old< Nltes-Pli 9.5533-'darI: -754-3.31. IF YOU WOULD'' LIKE a free NEW LOW, DOWN PAYMENTS
Sundays,, pJace.to"slaycall, this ,number
n DUPLEX 727 NW C3rd St. FR 9-7415. EZ Terms Less Than Rent : .'
MODERN '3-bedroom 'CBS' ', 2-bedroom, 2,, baths, front. 1- "
Large Fla. room, wall to wall- bedroom, 1 bath rear. $1,500 BEAUTIFULLY ,. Furnished --_ ....r.
rugs, large closets, large, kitchen down. Good .deal; Nites PL room/private bath, 'private en r '
awning windows tile roof. 3-6533, days 754-3431. A. Ben- :trance, wall to wall carpet bigwalkIn 280, NW' 52nd 'Street. ,: :;/

third bedroom has,separate, entrance Korl, Realtor. : closet l ,; 1855 NW ,69 St. Lovely CBS bedroom, 2 bath, 'Fla; room,, oak

down Price and; $91:Is $14.000h. $1,000,LICe i OPEN SUNDAY'' 2''to' 6. 650 I NEW 2-BEDROOM apt., unfur floors, tile roof and 2-car garage, $450 down, $86,

Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. ,PL I NW 46th St. Very nice, 2-bed-; Wished" .:'reference, reasonable, per month. FHA! terms.'
844371. Open Sundays! and room CBS. Florida room, carport -* call OX ,10789.FURNISHED .
tile roof oak floors. Total .
eyjenings."J I r ---- .
$12,200. Only. ,$300 down. A. I apt., with yard, ,.r.t rJIti.: t ;: ., .
ifEAUTlJFUL" 2---BEDROOM, Ben-Korl, Realtor. Nltes. PL call OX_ 12420.2BEDROOM Ai r I'4Wr53, Stxeet ...I'f'f '

,one bath large CBS home; Lots 9-5533, days 7M3431.A i unfurhMfcfed.: apt. y'1P11r y t!!oak'rflgp: '' ;1 f r c..po'rteO'.Dd .ppN x I64I 11

ofj ruit trees, very large hQuse; DRIVE Y 551 NW, ,45th St. nio $7,500 total J
suitable f or.t bedroom, .house No qualifying A good deal. 1080 NW .MtvSt.-NE73-09p8.. ) | SI : fP" per:. "thJ .,pried; r
.Only P T'. 9-3779.$400. FHAY'Fenster'Realty 1G' $83 a month. pays all. 2bedroom FURNISHED 2-bfefoom, duplex i" ,. .,. "Ii, !' ,.. ,:, .' r '
f 1 R "rr;') I CBS" garage-and: work I furnished ,1bedtoornapt.! ., : .'
DVPLEX111jk; :" .new, "tile! bath mortgage.hop or 'Only 3rd bedroom$1,600 down One will take child'' upv-' to' 3 !.years .' i i52: l ','''S"NWt 5th Avenues. : : 1 1

and floors, on 3 bus, lines, A., Ben-Kori, Realtor. Nites PL old MU 1-0325] Veterans 'i3e* this" beautiful:, :CBS :3-bedroom' 'oak'

stopping distance of (lAllapattah )-5533, days 754-3431. 3-BEDROOM'' HOUSE, ''front floors, tile roof and appliances. $600 down, $68 per
Bearing mango porch closed In, unfurnished, month. '>,
trfeesnRenting'j$65' month '
per DRIVE BY 4815--NW 6th Ave. ttolafce3094' NW'' 51st
unit Vacant; lot, assorted fruit 3-bedroom CBS 2 baths," large Terr.nice ;quite NE 425.HELP : .
trees; 'landscaped.; Reasonable _
Fla. room, total $15,000, $400
'Tpr Information call- 635-3446. ,, down, A. Ben-Korl,. Realtor, WANTED 5221 ''NW 5th Avenue ,
,Owner 'Tr "1 'i{4' apes PL 9-5533, days '754-3431. In I
Qualified secretary Job 2 beautiful 1964 Sunshine Homes model! with 3- : ..

2:=$ DROOM, '2'-bath' CBS house 2-bedroom beauty.. Carporte. Call hank' ,PL must 4-6651;take Mr. Staton.shorthand bedrooms, 2 baths, Fla. room, oak"'floors, 'HU I roof
: garage; Fla. room. all convenience hardwood floors, real neat.. $89 kitchen. .
: 820 NE ',85, St* Will subs month, plus small down payment BEAUTY OPERTORS wanted.Ladle's and built-in '
,mlt-any 'offer L -;;*owner desperate,. : See It now, 7750 NW 9 I i desire Beauty Solon, .
758529 ,
? Ave., then call Fenster Realty i 1204 NW 62nd .8U 2-buses
lurches, big living room fur- Ps.. 9-8779.. stop In fronU.of.., doori1 ((141..21)j): < 3031" NW '69th, Terr.

:riishe"dpmbve; ? 'inat* once"; .1780 2-ttedfobm home,- .with large for Information!, ,call: For people who want' the very finest in new con

'CBS HOUSE, 3-bedrooms, 2 Florida room on large lot, ,laYL! rrlghte. D7384.4'U : I struction. Sunshine Homes present their 19M

"'NW 45 St. NE 5-5606. Mrs. Nicely landscaped. Total'.,price, I, NY.Ilve-in models. Beautiful bedroom, 2 baths, Fla. room,
Velez.INDUSTRJAlK, only 7000. Terms are good ',S3S-tMtt&wk: Fare .
Drive out to .412.NW 41- 8t; maid Jobf. oak floors, tile roof and '..,..e.

L bT,' 50. :X: ;"146. and buy a good home.; Tenster. I .advanced.)'11brook. N.Y.Mallory Agencrl .1 ., *"*'. I
very reasonable, between NW Realty, PL 98779. ''
'19vand 20, ,Aves.. ,on 22 St.. NE 4 We have largest selection of CBS 2, and. 3 bedroom. 't; ,
5606[ $400 DOWN. Owner pays closing ALL FRIENDS AND MEMBERS homes in lovely Greater Miami.
costs on this beautiful duplex
3-ROOM HOUSE, 'owner going Located ,right In Manor DONATION MAY TO MAKBT THE .HEIR. ; : !
North. '1428 NW 43'St., Will rent Park. FHA approved You can NEWS REALTY I c"i i;
e also;} live rent free.. A real deaL Key .
,, !In office.,at FensUr Realty i PL ZION, Inc.
?. .: NEW :;MODEL HOME 3029 NW 98779. '.. At the, IiomeVof'the vice president (The Broker that works for 'you)" V '; '"
57 St; '8-bedrooms: and '2 tile Mid trea'orr. She Is also
!i. bath, .calLNE, 3-319fFor OX 3-BEDROOM' lovely. home, No O.e' of the 'ordained ministers. BRAND NEW' LOCATION .
asY; 'nFMr, ", arkley qualifying.' !.Move, right in.. This !. registered in '
. '. '" 141. .". tT.IooO... ..,.,... M28. home .Includes. extra .C5Oxl O Our Broward, and ,Dads Counties 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL. 4.0655Open :
,. .
.. f. '
( ? : : lot Call for :the;;down .payment ?
rU D.D: Sunday)
,4 2 NICKS ROOMSrrLadies: pre- and mohthly'payment aad be/ ,
;. I
.., { "I":' ". ferr" +1981t NW: lOOttr-'St.-Opa; ," surprised ;now. lows tt.Jr 1fl57 NW' 73rd St. '
....-.. ,' J '.NAJ1=6115'x''iwT ... ..,01',1.I rter Realty PJ.J. .. J1 :: -v 'j 11\\ )' "'I.r"' 'J: (:',

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45 night, at the Dixie Park Cen-
........... .. American Legion ter. Send your brothers, hus-
SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1964 Dizziness 'Related to I bands, and fathers who are
r. 14
Years Old eligible to join.

..... .. .... .......... .... .......... ....."'" ..... ........ ..... '-'" Semicircular Canals and
I w_ li m m m m m For God Country we associate -
ourselves together, beginsthe 40100'" Pi '
Preamble to the American lllstortcaREAL
Spearing Legion's Constitution. Born In J. A. Summons

Paris, France on March 15,; 1019, ....
,; the legion is now, celebratingIts ESTATE.H **XwCHAM
45th anniversary. *

With SportsBy r > 4 I Locally the John Griffin INVESTMENTAPPRAISALS. The I''
':': y.v F S S Post No. 165 ably assisted by : Fellows,
: t the auxiliary will celebrate the fellowS,
HARRY SPEAR .55 founding of the legion with a NE 4-6875 and the

\,,,1 1M ............- .................... ..-.. ......... -...............--.....--- program Park Youth to be Center held at on the Sunday Dlxlv, 1899 N.W. 63rd St. and ternat the

It ACTION GALORE AT THE Baltimore Spring training March 15, at 4 p.m. The pro- many
will feature comrades large nhundre
schedule: gram Miami I 42, Fla. '
AMERICAN> from both world wars as wellas (
PAN March 20 Los
Saturday, -
( By in
Angeles Dodgers, 8 pm. the Korean war. tool lars
AUDITORIUM\ Sunday, March 22 Los .Jt... -
Make this a must on your Theof
t 4 Once again BUDDY PACK Angeles Dodgers p.m Vertigo, or dizziness as this calendar: plan to attend and SEE 5ZHH Den
promoter produced a show before -. Wednesday, March 25 symptom is commonly called, bring all of your friends. Don't Our Classified Ads ng ar
i a packed house full of action -, can We the result of many fac- forget the post meets every
from the preliminaries to On March 24 at the Miami tors. The organs directly related first and third Wednesday SELL ANYTHING tVved t

the main Nardi event.undefeated, kept I Beach auditorium for the bene-I I to this feeling are the Semi .......... -....... - ...... l U
Joe fit of B'nai B'rith, Chris Dundee -, circular canals. The T
I his winning streak going by has put together two load.
stopping Scatterhawk Dixon In I ed bouts pairing OTHA I I The semicircular canals located jIiiiAiwacitE 1 :
one minute 20 seconds of the BROWN with the only fighter, In the middle ear. They I
8th round Referee stopped the who holds a verdict over him act In a sense as a gyroscopefor
fight.o. In 31 starts, FLOYD McCOY. the bory. Just as such a SEE "MR. JACK" sac--(
the semi-finals JACK GIL- JEFF DAVIS is matched with
mechanism does when It is Installed FOR Orde
,; BERT defeated EDDIE FOBBS, PIP JOHNSON with other
in a ship. The gyroscope other
bouts to follow.
DY SETABROOKE' on a split I keeps the ship on a le*- OrdeThe
decision SKIP JOHNSON and vel keep. These tiny tubes or- Very Latest in Men's Fashion Whit
GEORGE SAWYER drew; JOHN PERRY, former canals set In the various plans Gr ll
JERRY POWERS won over IRWIN fighter around these parts even look like a gyroscope. MOHAIR SUITS HATS All
ROBERTS. This was Jer and a good one too, Is manag- They are very closely associated ITALIAN SHOES org:
ry's 37th bout in the last 14 ing BOBBY DYER, a young to the entire body through I mar
months. He is the busiest good looking prospoc. these Intricate nervous mecha I 944 NW 2nd Avc. Miami, Florida )
fighter in the country. Always nism. Trouble anywhere along* : : aft
giving plenty of action and 'RITCHEY RIESGO trains and cause dizziness, headache, m u
never getting hurt. CHICO VELEZ, GOMEO nausea, vomiting and variouseye ;
Next Monday, March 23 BRENNAN, SUGAR LOU symptoms.The 1.-r THE All NEW'HAMPTON NrcH :
there will be another all-star GUITEREZ others '
with Nardi and many Is the HOUSE xatotl'
show Joe meetinga Ritchev is kept real busy. nerous system
worthy opponent plus four speical field of the Chiropractic -l
more bouts. Watch your daily profession. As you woulduse alt'
newspapers. electrician for trouble with a. W''

I The Baltimore Orioles were into shape after a layoff,: an electric applance, or faulty I ... ... ... .. SI \)
sparred with WILLIE PAS '.
well at the fights. : -" :
represented In home
wiring you use your if- p'r
TRANO, the champ, for his I ;
They all went home well satis coming fight and with LOUIS doctor of Chiropractic for probe :. New Policy in our Intimate Lounge C'e. '
fied. r}
I lems related to the nervous
RODRIGUES. system and its related func- e. liar Open 1 p.m. until '7 Days

FLORENTINO FERNAN- CUPID HORSES TO WATCH tions. I : Entertainment Friday, 'Saturday, Sunday;' ;
DEZ is looking sharp for ?
: t
coming bout in the near future.If MARCH BLOW (One of a series of articlespublished t! Music by the Charles Austin Quartet
niCKOVBRFLORIDA } in the public Interestto No Cover No Minimum No Admission

I, you would there are like any to ask questions about COSTARD PUNCH explain mid illustrate the Sandy and Delores, Your Hosts

t previous fights, write to sports STRANGE HOST practice of scientific chiropractic I DELICIOUS FOOD SERVED
editor, Miami Times, 6740 NW DON KICKES written by Dr. Jay Gutier- Restaurant Open '7 a.m. 12 )lIdnlte. ,

glad 15th Ave.to answer and I them.will be Thank too MEMO UNIPRIX RELIC whose office is located at the I s. .. . ...... -'-- --...,... ,.. .. .) "!. .
corner of NW 22nd Ave. and
you. !EAT OF HONOR i I ;
36th St. Phone 63411117.' Lady 4200 N W. 27th AVENUE NEwton30611JET
attendant on duty.
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I _. ._. _ We Service All Makes of
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INTEGRATED TRACK MEET I featured events In the upcoming HI-FPs and STEREOSWe

DADE SCHOOLS' 'GREATEST Olympics this Is not a Also Rent
brag; but a determination
VENTUREThis I coupled with ability that makes LOT OWNERS I
TV's by the week
I It almost a cinch for the world's or
week one of the great- sprinter. We plan, guide and advise
est acts of Integration' the
t Dade County school systemhas GOLF'S BIG 'AT DORAI/8 Your plans or bun 907 N.W. 2nd AVENUEPhone
ever endeavored was enacted -
Built Hom.
$50,000 INVITATIONALThe Custom
on the track field of
FR 4-2044
Dade Junior College. $50,000 Doral Invitational Attractive Addition

the biggest golf attraction to .
Armed with the sanction of come to South Florida has S Quality AlterationsGood --- .---- -- -- ------
the Florida High School Activities lured In Its magnetic powers G O ?
Association, the Florida In. some of golfdom's greatest bank financing
terscholastic Athletic Associa-

tion Negro, which schools ruled predominantly are now in- wits In personalities golf and and skill the; here against toughest to the of match best golf 'il QaaQtt1c39xc( ( 7mmv STAR MEAT MARKET

even competition and the results layouts are named brands
are expected to be most such as Palmer, Nicklaus, Bo- ( ( I l:1
mation.gratifying this amalaga- ros Brown, Toski and dozens, Sifford of ,others.Black, Licensed Insured+ \ 1520 N.W. 62nd Street :'
Athletes of color will be ably .
to give their best against the WILT ERASES RUSSELL 888 N.E. 79th Street .
best the county has to offer f
also, ,when such competitionIs er .
Wilt the Stilt came into basketball
brought up.Northwestern AttentionHome -+-
on the' offensive and as
such was the game's greatest
has OwnersFor
caused some eyebrows to be scoring points and extinguishing Fresh Meat-Low Prices
raised with the performance of his own record each sea- quality building ll
some of Its ,athletes In just token son; while Wilt was gaining additions and remodeling : ,
competition. Athletes,_ who fame as an offensive phenomenon ,ogassa oat oowssssao ::::::=:, p
will no doubt, have much attention Bill Russel was letting it PL 40655NO
be known tnat he was thegame's I
focused them
upon are DOWN PAYMENT :
best defensive man and
Harvey Nairn, James White, ; MONEY FORI
Ronald Allen, Samuel Marsh was able to hold a berth on the From $5 ,per ,week
All-Star squad regardless of
and Gerald Arline. !
any Interference then it hap FHA OR BANK TERMSFla.
BOB HAYES CONFIDENTThe pened; Wilt began to put offense Room Kitchens HOMEOWNERS! : VJ
and defense Into one Bedrooms Bathrooms
world's fastest humanis package and consequently Carportes GaragesAwnings twto pirBMb NT II yew Mbif f I.
,also the world's greatest shoved Russell off the Glitter Mck, CMMMtol. SwifctIMH fiE'-: : I -t" f \
wan '- Bob Hayes Is most Squad a spot he had held for ippravfd( ftt. SMM dif !i ?

quiet bends except around when the conversation matter- so The long.All Star teams comprised News Realty, Inc. II SwriM t Ckirft wiifastiff. r.e--',..... f 'J,

of his breaking records; then of Oscar Robertson, unani- (BUILDERS DIVISION) UNITED MORTGAGE CO.FRanklin L1o.assW t.4J1M
he 'can put the loquacious Clayto mously voted Player of 'The 7th .
4740 NW Ave.
shame. He freely gives out Year; Jerry West, Elgin Bay- R 9-U76 .
the procrastination of his lor, Wilt Chamberlain and Bob, INDP IlL NSI s IUI1.DINCI

winning gold medals in his. Pettit. I -'--... ._. lll\&, -- r

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oS'p Mrs. Edward Graham, a
Ry NORMAN E. JONES new-comer to the ranks of the Painless Office Treatment of
Historical Backgotiml of the Negro in Politics( the Church American Cancer Society, has
and Fraternal Organizations been named to play a major I RUPTURE :T PILES
r .. part in the Society's annual .
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April crusade.
Rectal Diseases' "Varicose Veins, Pro-
CHAPTER TEN for membership, officers and !Mrs. Graham, who is In her .tat*-No lost tint e-Discard Truss
The Masonic Order the Odd meeting places. Most of the local twentieth year of teaching Upon Correction of Rupture ReducingDR.
Fellows, the Knights of Pythias lodges met in churches and English it Boorker T. Washing LONG'S CLINIC Blood-Urine Tests
fellows The Knights church buildings until such ton School stated that she is
of Pythlafl
and the Elks were the largest time as they could build a hall, finding this Important respon- 1548 8.". lit St.-FR 3-2748 A general heaitli ..ernesr

and the best known of the Fraternal : members were recruited at sibility a most Interesting one
Orders but there were church meetings and many "Each day I learn of somethingnew
many others which reached preachers Were offflcers and involving the work done
large membership and handled organizers of these Orders, add by the Cancer Society I cer-
hundreds of thousands of dollars ing both' to their income and tainly hope that we will give Lincoln Fields Apartments
in their heyday prestige this crusade the support it so

The Woodmen of the Unionof .; vitally needs."
2045 N.W. 62nd Street
Denver Which Is still a grow PHIL OSSOFER Mrs. Graham's husband,
ing and .
prosperous organiza Minister -
of !Mt. Zion Baptist
tion, the only one of which survived
intact. The Woodmen of SAYS: Church, is giving his wife his Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments

the Union of Hot Spring, Ark., ... Cull' coperatlon. Offering Many Feature
The Mosiac
Templars of Little
Rock. The Knights Of Tabor, Mr. Ray Goode, Metro's Welfare "The American Cancer Socle.ty's FREE GAS
The United three-pronged attack of
Bretheren, Afro-
American Sons and Department Director, has research education Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove
Daughters, cut that department's budgetby and ser- -
Sons and Daughters of Jacob, $12,000 through vlrgllance vice Is doing so much to aid Newly Painted Venetian BUnd.Wa.hing .

Sacred Order of Perfection, and some good-c thinking. He mankind," stated this gracious, Machines Rooms
Order of St. Luke Laundry
many has brought a Ray of light in soft-spoken woman," that I am
others Includng two well known the darkened areas of public Free Parking Auto hot water reater
Orders in Florida The Lily sure that there are many people
spending showing himself to
White Benefit Society and The be an excellent public servant. who woud like to help us Free Garbage Disposal Filtered waterCARETAKERS
Grand Union of Pallbearers. during the campaign." Volunteers
All of these and other such lie Is ridding Metro's relief ON PREMISES
rolls of families. are to phone FR
organizations had Temples or making $10.000 I
Women's Auxiliaries, which in per year and more and has 9-1147. .

many cases remained solvent extended the use! of property ..................-.....4
after the Lodge was defunct. liens to all forms off welfare Weekly Rates
assistance. Thus, if moneyed Painting Contractor
One of the major benefits people lean on Metro, Metro $14.50 1-bedroom $18.80 2-bedroom Apt.
provided by some of these can lien right back: and collect! WARNER
Fraternal Orders was hospital-! Mr. Goode has investigated HINES Renting Office open every day Phone OX 1-8862
zaton for its members and pauper burials and discovered \
other Negroes in the Community that some funeral homes -- p-- -- -.. -----,
as well. These hospitalswere have been collecting twice, once
without an exception from Metro and once from re t tJA.'t"L"'NI
superior to such hospltllization latives. He is ending this grave k HOME

County provided Negroes by City and situation. TV AND RADIOISERViCES Pi'1'B381

He forced one mortuary to
These Fraternal I rebury, (at its own ,)
Hospitals expense We do not give free estimates. Honest estimates require
also provided an opportunity a body which had been wrapped -
tor Negro nurses and surgeons, In newspapers Instead of work. We repair, rent well and exchange. Satisfaction goaranteed. -
they also provided opportunities I being dressed as required. This Free delivery Know your TV man and save money
for Negro doctors to do In. undertaking turned out to be
ternship in the South and in bad news for that funeral home. and Insured JOE SCOTT TV
:'some cases a school for training This isn't the first time a
Ily City and County
Nurses was affiliated with "paper profit" turned out to bea AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV BALES AND SERVICE
the hospital. loss. Too bad such cheating Service phone FR 9-8685

The larger of these fraternal mortuaries don't "dig" honesty FREE ESTIMATES 923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1-8381

organizations- had their' own Another good-e work Ray Is I .....................*...+.....:I
print shop Uniform and Regalia doing is in the dependent children OOOI <
manufacturing department program, in cases where I
which provided employment for husbands return, or where I For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
skilled Negroes in these trades
mother find new spouses after I
They provided employment for starting to collect welfare funds. I
clerical workers, stenographers, J
Mr. Goode feels bad about l
bookkeepers, accountants, Lawyers one phase of welfare In whichhe I I Ia W fYF
and other skilled white has to spend more money:
collar Jobs, non-existent else- BONDED
In cases where there are raisesIn
where in the South. rent by landlords who are

''Fraternal charging; excessive rents for
Organizations offer-
'ed the first opportunity for a dilapidated housing which t Iq I
f ,
'poor group to pool their meager about to be condemned in 1,S11p 4 ,1 RENTAL
financial resources to accumu many cases. I
)late large sums of money which This gentleman's efforts confirm II II I u
could be put to a common goodas the scriptural assurance I
building hospitals as we that good-e overcomes evil. I AGENCY INC.
these previously mentioned. From Having him at the helm of I ,
Organizations came the Metro's Welfare Department I
experience and training of maices me want to shout out I
handling large sums of money, "Hur-Ray for Ray!" As I used I
something the Negro could have to ,say ns a child when some- I ? The largest collection and rental
never schleved elsewhere.In thlncr I liked happened, "Good.e.I I

spite of the fact that in I good!" I ,4 agency in the South; operating in

many cases these large sums I

were Ignorance misused inefficiency whether ,through poor 1800 Girl Scouts I I Dade a >n d Broward Counties

judgement or dishonesty, many I
worthwhile objectives were Camp at Tropical I Negro Housing areas.
achieved. Negro contractorsand I HON. L. L. BROOKS
workmen were employed to Park I '
t ,build President
>11 buildings housing these I
organizations, Banks were GEORGE P. HARTH, General naer .
Eighteen hundred Cadette
,1 'sums organized, some to of handle which these banks huge are and) Senior Girl Scouts gather I MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
last I
weekend at .
n camoree.Th
in existence
today. v checked n after school I 10,000 HOUSING UNITS

t, Negroes received experience on Friday the and grounds erected of a tent Tropical city I I Bonded also has employment service at main office
J organize and manage Park Race Track in
:Life Insurance Companies some I 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA

?, ", -of, which owe their existence During: the weekend encampment I fall time public relation Dept. to assist yon In solving' ycfar ,,problems
; today from the start they received the Cadettes (age 12. 13. convenience
' I Plus a fleet of cars giving door to door service for tenants
, f from their early affiliation 14)) competed In various skills
with purely Fraternal apt up County Fair exhibit*. I On nights and Sundays for emergency service call PL 9-8733
; Orders, Relief and Burial The Senior, ((15. Ifi, 17 vears-of I MAIN OFFICE !
Secietles. ) aides to the adult I
age serve as
I volunteer stafff. I 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9.8733
Some of the Order organized
I Vandalism done few Is to all. Please this
by a expensive help us stop f
Boarding schools on an elementary Families of girls at the Cam I .
10 and High School level poree.; all :younger Girl Scouts I unnecessary, evil C. A. Ix, Public Relations
'11 which In many cases provided and their families and promI- I
'J Negro children in the area nent people In the communitywere I C. A. Lockhart, Director v'
with schooling and nearly all all Invited to visit the I 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

of the others provided scholarships encampment between 1:30: and I 1163 N.W. 3rd Ave., ..._... FR 3-6416 17325 Homestead. Are.

to college to deserving of youth the to go 4 p.m. Saturday. I 1075 N.W. 0tnd St. ...__ OX 6-C467 Perrine ...?._................-..- CE MBS
i Negro leaders many much all I Senior leaders from this area : HMD HammondvtUe ltd.
owe or M01 Grand Ave. -N..NNIT 1-... r
, of their schooling to these attending were Mrs. Alma Crawford Pompano ._._._____.. WE. ___' "
\ Orders. Miss; Mrs.Elizabeth Mirlan Jones Pratt Cadette and 4240 N.W. 97th ATe.NN NB uae. J4M. NtOpalocka. 22nd AT" '

The church and fraternal leaders are Miss Helen B. Bent 2026 N.W. 75th St. N---NNN. tee-IIIS _-..-.....-....... MU 1-0617 1

organizations were Inseparable ley Miss Elizabeth Jones and 2060 N. W. 3rd Ct. .. . FR le ttSccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccc.

/I? $PJJ depended on the other Mrs. Norman Bullard, .==......

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V \ RevVifc; E. Green, pastor I
SATURDAY MARCH 21, 1864f Barkley's Cut-Rate Store
, I ,;{ J" ,, J Gibe eporte'? 'MI ,
84\urd Wctf"t"'" baI.1*,
,V I \ :: 1 I ',,' delicious repast. que dlnnets, w_il I be:! sola at the 1201 NW 3rd Avenue) FR .4-2370

.',!' Royal _.Twenty Club' The next meeting'' ill-be' bf church all day' for the benefit 50 ,,.. .00 e Schtoj i
.' ,thev l Mien's Day program. Old 07 Bergamont, $ Pat ern' lfedIGi ."
't I < '" .:....:A held at the home' of -Mrs: Los- '
f'I .iifi"! !+'' I M eet8j: at, M rs; Lucas' sie McClairen, ,14801.-.Polls; St., These\75 centfepand dijiners: everyone are priced Is' ask.at Jforris Hair .Tonlo .' $t'+fMA3t,. .,....
i :;:: / sr Richmond Heights :March 22. 1' !
,:ed to com? and purchase a din Value $1.42, special $1' Supplies, kopo.* hr '." 'I. .
I : r ':, .The'' Hoyaf' held Its ,regular meeting dent;., Mrs, .Ethel. Peavy. reporter ner. Bleach and GlOW $1.00 >w i'i*; W 'r ...
.t) ) ; ( Sunday, March 22,, Is Mt. Zion Royal, Inconscu.VAnd'tf wales. *,
Mrs. Alice I
of -4
.r;i 1 at the home AME Church annual Men's .'"" '
Jcannlo Hand and
Grove. J"
r. Lucas of Coconut '
b tQay There will be services allylayi
. for the current year ..... .. .. { ( Easter 'Bwskeis ,
I 1 I' Projects. much timer ".I..I.I : Sunady, ,.Uy. a visiting Body Lotion' $1.00 2Qp .up 1
; I were,-reviewed,, ,and ; apearker.. The c h a i r m a ,n "
)I r -' ,. :'' was'"ae oted'to' finalizing annual plans Register Today, !t1f: :Brother- Robert' ,, Thomas cochairman Open daily and' Sunday' 8,,am. to i0 p.m.; .r" : w-
\. .forj the forthcoming brothen; James Jones, JOHN A. McMINN\ Owner" >; ,*
1' dance. in''April;: ". 'Books are novvr\: .'" in',your]] !ahdi-the' member ffcQf'Mt.-' Zion .i- 1.
\ Mrs. Carrie' Bryant on behalfofj have planned a wonderful! program Y .j '
I. ,Ii i .the many friends and mem- for the day. The;J public 1 'Qi.. \
'berB of Royal Twenty, ;thanks neighborhood) precincts;$ is i invited to attend ,all"(services.
the hostess for the lovely and JU All j1 members are asked to dotheir .
t .I.. .js'. duty to make this Men's SAVE' THIS COUPON'
; ;;Day successful.
Week of ""
I The young people of Bethany '
Seventh-Day Adventist Church 1 .,There will be plenty l of good, .
M'R1y1" I ro ore extending tq, you an invita: music for your enjoyment. You FREE SERVICE CALL
Lion to attend their annual. ':will. also. hear several 'good ,
Spring Week'' of'' Prayer5. '-These: speakers. Time '7:30: =8:30: ; addressU50QH4W -.

; meetings, swill .run from, March! Oth St.
n I On ,your TV, radio, or stereo
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90 'DAYS

YFAEE 'Rowimc T, Y. 2636 NW ,62nd St.,

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fIlh E. D. Gibson, 33 degree Harold Jollivcttc, Manager I
1 Grand' 'Venerable i Patron Heroines r. $ .
',of; Jericho,,..Idt brnat1onaJ,
Joshua, ,Uj 78. ,,A.'.from-Paytona, ..... ,
Beach, Fla., V11* Sin) Miami ? 'r r'r.t, .'tIF- 0'0 ISALE ...... .... .

.. P I The Heroines of Jericho of '

t., cordially District: Q NQ invite,. 15.the Radi enure County.i Masonlcr '-. Bedroom, 1 Bath' :CBS; 1

celebrate:,Family! Palm Sunday come but with and us ;:NEWLY PAINTED NEW f :; [ROOF1:I ': : "Uviri'a'Ser.ice for the Living"Oscar -.

at-New..Providence..Hall,- 941, '
NW.r.3r4.,, ., will. ... '$500'down'751Mon'th: ,L. Range'l ,Funeral, Home, .' J
ftThe "speaker"for' the"day' ;
J be Ill, EJJD, Gibson.. ", 2111 Wilmington i Street., M.. Athalie :Range. Owner I N.. Patrick: Range Mgr. '
t Please out' and help us '
come 5727 N.W.17th' Avenue. .
I ,,. to make thlsc a day of remem '
)i I Magnolia OX :
brance. All Heroines, Heros 1-0131 : : OX1-4343
and the entire Masonic Family

I; ..tte looing ''forward" of seeing ) "1 ,... I

; .JX u.Mrs.. Bonnie .jMae;: Hills' Do- _
puty Grand. M.-ArT: M. Royal
t, Queen Ir: N;. I.. ,Ford Real Estate !!
;' ; VMrs. Estelia Beasori, secre-_ QSPECIALS 'Specials .

,J ..ry. .: Jt 1 :: i. ,. 4 .\ '
cf.: .
?, Supreme Court Kills 1I'? I.I ,w !I. -4- ... .... r f:1.: .. .
'i' ,1 f ", ,.., .$1.ffeir : Down Payments I Start at. '$100!
e 1 Suit .i \, .. \| .. :' ,
t t1 f' 3 .t, .J 4 -' ojIIII.\ f I : r

1-b a the unanimous'IT.. S. Supreme(Jedslon Court Mon*] M.'. t w,14'1..r.. ;, NW 43rd'Stree t" :)':. ,,'';.' ;'.' ,.. '', We Help. You With. the ''Financing+I c' ,

threw out a $500,000 libel ,.;. "' 1- 4701 NW 15th Ave.i-.- $90 month' including

.. judgemen:..t'clty wardedf otnclals">:?ontgqni-3 ,'In:" a .' ; ,".: .. .- t )Open 2-6 Sunday ,takes and insurance. See this; lively ,,2.bedrOom.,'

suit against The New York ., ';h tile roof, Florida room. 'Nice ,house ;for .school
Times end. ''four' Negro, ministers I -. I Don't miss this beautiful CBS dupJez' t4th i teacher.
t' .. .. .
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ill The -court laid down a conlrt.itutionatlJ garage... Almost'new.. FHA or bank termslNi :ti:' 2-4846 NW 16th Ave. $250 down, '$20 week. '

standard: In; .this' s;. Large, CBS homer) fesir bus line. Move right! ., ".:' -

". ,0f Action pnay whether,not that recover or a not public damages it was official,,false.' for ; : ; 1. i i!;.- :,' ;:o".C ; -1228 ) WA2n 4 ,Streets House 'for nri{ $18"'ire ?U"r,|L>.

I.2 A defamatory to his oflclal falsehood conduct relating with.- Large ,3 bedroom CBS b'ol ie ''Floridalroom.; carport. 4-2010 NW 53rd Street. ; ) '$60 'm tb'. !!::1 t, :;."ilJ' :.r/--

Hut a showing 'of actual malice ,,:.ui15,I'skirtsblouse*, ;>hoe i- all original*. $1 to $5. ; 3-bedroom, CBS' home. FHA terms; .. .,.
'' Bf tbe
I know die., statement ""
i ,I Viras false br\reCkless ;disregard Only i [$300. n,down..FHAr.t.: rms.ioM $12,000f. ; '5-3022 NW 63rd Street Buy this $20 week. :
l,,e y The decision was written ,by. A.. JUI'fl ;. (<"Li. l't i, : 1'r: one. I
yustice William J. Brennan.; } 1 !"" ., 11' -.,r..I t, ''fI) (\ to T"t- Fr:'". I I 6-2146 NW 47th Terrace. $200 down, :$201 week.
it KThree of.thai Judges; said it did. ''i. r'" ....... w
i ( .t.r. vNice
; clean house
I :' La lot.
,\ Jhot 'go far enough; ,:)"' I r r.i\J"fh\ Rt" ',h. ge ? ?
2-bedroom CBS non Jz'screenea. jorcnes,.. :"j$7 .
v In separate concurring opinions : v '
c 7-1180 NW 67th St. 'Across from '.cho t $20 week,
y ,1 1. ,
Justice"Hugo ,L.. Black eo
fi', fend Arthur J. Go dtlerg'expressk I month';'pays +all.'IOniyt$11O,4oHAtermt. ;, ,,.. {\u, ? *8 1735 '' .
.. .W W68th St. Brand' new 3-bedroom CBS
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I'd'"lot .b
ltd regret tihdt"th0''court ) 0\ I'''''' "' ; 1" : '' '
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: : X11+ ftot't-n: r' 'Id' home. We will trade 'Jot. house
lay down a-:doctrlneiof' of un- ... .....,. I your, or
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jonditional freedom of the'pubt 'if' 'f\f..p t..C1..G ." ri'iIt; rrl;! I
lic and press to criticize official 1IT10: V1'T A r-n 1 91457',N W50th St. "Across from "Manor Park.

: R condoctriyustlce-i[ William < *.\iA -Xtfc.\5; r V VH *ii''vy i Near school. CBS hone with a gaVage. '$695",Dn.Trade .
Lovely CBS homes'as low aa $100-down, it fit
t Douglas agreed; '
I 'I .j ""n..I1./.1 1/\ II 'I.d ')ct"I. .iJ"r"1 : 4
J j The Times of March 29, I960. '
in to i one r of> oUr several plans.,, 9
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lubllshed had statements an critical I in 'your'' old hom; ,or'lot' for one of (these !
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m. emonstration ::: :! ll. rr QUI Police Commissioner L.B/ Sullivan 1 r. .'i7! 1 -IT ff ,;' ,11."h' '. .
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wI tlon Fred,lead&Twarf: 'also-..reversed 175 N.W. ,62nd St.*, 751-2441; :

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