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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 28, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
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? ,.' ,,, TEAiPORA 1\tUTANTU'R' ET NOS l\IUTAl\IUR IN ILLI8Th. ,,,, ,r, ,

time. Are changed and we are changed with them

SIXTEEN AGE 10 CENTS )
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41'lt Year, No. 26 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1964




Freedom Sought For 2 METRO' BANS BIASFirms ... I II IN! HIRINGsolving '1


doing, Ifuslnesswith I Its racial differences as I '
Dealing With panles Dade County; \ Greater Miami has, It would not
Convicted Moronic Boys have the problem It does.
ban proposed by
County' Must AbideThe The was
isslon-approved re
Metro's Community Relations The cwnrr
ACLU Files Writ killed Henry Goodman, 84,'whe n solution restates the county'spolicy '
; they stood trial, and still ore : Metro Commission banned on suggested Board. that If JAcksonville against discrimination In
Insane and Incompetent. Tuesday unanimously county employment; extends
Hearing April 6 had moved toward peacefully
; Their attorney was so In racial discrimination by com- this to cover firms operating
I efficient that it was just as under franchise or lease on
The American Civil Liberties
though they were not repre-- county* ,owned property, and
Union flIed a writ of habeas '
in ensile ;
corpus Court with the Florida Su- 'sented.The jury was not told of Dade County's Integrated Teachers prohibits employment discrimination on county publIc Jr

preme Friday, seekingthe their insanity. work
freedom of Dan Wilkins

and Tommie Lee Williams, convicted Illegally The state from their seized homes evidence and Association Elects 2 Negroes
murderers.
used this in the trial against
A hearing on the writ; has them. rl

been set for April 0. Voluntary confessions taken 2 More in Runoff presidency Negroes elected were) contracts.'A

The revelation that the two from the boys are of no value Emanuel R. Fryar Jr., unopposed -
youths are of extremely sub- because they were Insane.' Tho Dade County Classroom district directorship,
which to a
."hormaI'lntelllgence has brought Teachers Association, who
Avonover
Kelly
'+rthe case Into statewide atten' was Integrated this school year, ond Dorothy
tion.. *\ teachers Marlon B Sussmnn as
has 'elected two Negro
Signed by Tobias Simon ofthe t6 office, it was announced secretary., ., 1 1vt I

American Civil Liberties Wednesday. Two others madeit Two other Negroes are In
Union office In Miami and Ir- in the runoff. the runoff. Verda Harrow will

win J. Block, well-known Miami 'Whelpton' presi- face Stanley Axlerod for treasurer ( rX10,000' M "
H.:
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Joseph : Cash will
the
criminal attorney, petition and James' oppose
e-elected by a margin
charges: dent, was Joseph Carter for the r
of almost one to tour over r
The boys were Insane and incompetent I Don A. Wood. Whelpton was office of dlrector-at-large.
at the time they F a elected vice-president 'two

years ago but moved to the top
last fall when ,Pat L. Tornlllo '
March
To
Teenagers Shoot resigned toB?,; become CTA's paid 10OOO
i1M executive secr tary.
Woman in RobberyAttempt
L. C. ,,Magness' was elected On Tallahassee
first vice-president, and Anthony ,
Mnlafronte'and' 'LeI.: ----'- t
One of 4 teen-age boys who L. Wilson out Robert W. Sounders, field' '
and demanded Leon-,,IPUt. Roger secretary of the NAACP, Scholarship t
surrounded her car \
vice '
,second
for the -
of ,the race
hiR" heartqunTtern\ In.Twtnpn announced
'shot 37yearold
her a -
'woman money early Sunday, .... ( ,, _. ',' '....:.. i ,thl week that seer: W"j 111e
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i n ,. al branches<< or the ,organizationhave Cone: ratulatlons to ''Mis;*'
,. police said. Sweet Richard pledged to send as manyas Antonia Williams, on winning a
Mary L. Stevens, 5547 NW 31st -! 500 persons to participate In four year complete scholarshipworth
Ave., WTO in fair condition at Chokes to Death' the march in Tallahassee today $10.000 to Marymount
Jackson Memorial Hospital College, Tafryton on the Hud
with a bullet wound in her rs. Jimmie Ie Knox announces Richard Dean, 33, widely lie said pledges had been received son, N. Y.Antonia .
side. As she and a friend the engagement of hw known as Sweet Richard, was from Tampa, Jacksonville attends Christ ,the
Hezeklah Thorpe, 35 of 1941 laughter, Carolyn to Hayward' found dead Monday, by''his wife Ocala, Orlando and Day- King Catholc ,Church, Rich-
NW 48th St., were leaving a lunncll, son of Mr. and Mrs.James .' and nightclub partner Princess tpna Beach. mond Heights where Father
home at 2201 NW 73rd St., the Dunnrll Hr. Both are' Kitty In their apartment on Religious, fraternal and civil Swift Is, pastor and will graduate .
boys appeared, she told police graduated of Booker' 'T. Wa8h-' Miami Beach.' rights j organizations have accepted June 1, 1004 from Immaculate -,
When Mrs Stevens got out of *"ton class' of '50. Mr. Don I Sweet _Richard was a well- invitations to take partin Academy She la the t
the car, one of the boys shot, nell In'" n graduate of Florida known limbo dancer at Miami the march as sponsoring of Mr. and Mrs. A. 0.,,
Juno Williams
investigators said. They then \ and M University,' A Continued on page 10 groups, Saunders said. of Richmond Height
is planned.
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Deltas Select March 23. They were' acquainted Anita Dewitt, RobertaEdwards Perry, Pamela. "I lndClJ',Yvonne Ross Patricia. RUS8f'\}, '" 1 m4 .
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with ,activities of ,the Cotillion strong, Barbara Ballentlne, Pratt, Sandra Roker, :Jacqueline + .- Robinson, GwendolyiK :iyi!
90 Debutantes and those leading up to It. Enid Bland, Caro- Silva, Carol Smith: Annie H el e'n Storr Inet"TaylorVencllle {
Prospective debutantes of the According to Miss: Octeon'Cum- Marie Bell, Betty Justice, Pa- Taylor, Joan Thompson; Ellene James, veronica Mapp,, I,
1964 season were named last berbatch chairman of the debutante ;yn 'Hlnes, Norma Mo-. Tindle, Annlo Washington, Ga- Lester, Bernadette Seymour.I
wotk&qr the.Jflaml Alumnae committee, on Saturday, irlcla' ",.McCartney, Irene ,Caro nella ,White Ammlneja Williams Antonia ,Williams, Alice Cary tpt}
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.Cl 1 |liir,.of Delta Sigma Theta March 28, the. prospective;.dtb :Combs,* Sandra LaVerne Alexander Basso. Diane Bethel, Yvonne Vonclla James, Veronica MappJi l
enrichment program lyn Bailey, Diane Jackson', Veronica: / ; i'
Sorority. will begin am Leslie Bridges, Bethel, .ludv Brown, Alice lndearty'
Bellamy
ladles who were include amend I Alma Clark Barbara Jeanette' Miller.. C
.1 The 90 young which ; Brooker Andrea Chills Emily son
I selected will be presented on other things .charm. clinic and : Barbara Carey, Carolyn Davis, Juanita Davis. Demetra man of the Debutante' Committee
May 2, 1064 at the Bayfront attendance of cultural events Brown,Pauline Carolyn Cole Teresa Collins Dean, Rosetta Dunnell, )Malvern Mrs. Dorothy Graham MaxwellHave ,, and
Park Auditorium in a colorfuloeneroony. la. the areas of.Miami.' Clark, Crowell, Carolyn Fisher. Bettv Freeman Au- President Dorothy ,
'DonnaNeely Carolyn chapter J
The candidates are Griffin Bessie Holmes. Pa- commendethe
Anita Fortner, Sandra Fox, Dorothy drea selection of a fine group t
Jewel ; tBethel for Us
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of the candidates accompanied Green Patricia trlcia Kellv; Linda McCray,
Parents them to the Initial Brown. Lillle TJuellen,. Velma Gallon Graham, Jacqueline, Deanna Jenkins, Margaret Miller, Kyral Payne, of young women. I
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PAGE 2 SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1964 Celebrate BirthdaysThe

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Golden Age Club an ,
auxiliary of the James E. Scott s
Community Association held its
monthly birthday celebration
last Thursday afternoon. This
occasion was enjoyed with a
bus ride to the Green Acres
Nursery at 14451 NE SecondCt.
., Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Baumgartern, proprietors.

Two groups were formed and I
Irs A BOY!! At both the host to the group on Sunday.CONGRATULATIONS conducted by Mr. and Mrs.
John Lees (Myrna Range) and to Baumgartner on a tour of the
Turners. Our congratulations explaining the nature
the Bragg nursery
Adslde who has
to both proud Mrs. Dorothy and name of the numerous
papas as well as their charm- been appointed as principal School.of plants and ,shrubbery. Windingup
Ing wives. Douglas Elementary this tour we found ourselves
laden with beautiful croton and
'TWAS NICE to chat with AURORA CRAWFORD, basi- other plants to be come adjuncts Jimmie James of Miami, director I dent L. V, Davis, presents
Daisy Pitts Williams the other leus of Gamma Zeta Omega to our gardens. of publicity for the Fla. plaque from league in honor of
day when she was down from Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alphais State Democratic Committee the late Isadore Singleton, for
West Palm Beach for a brief attending the Regional meet. Both guides were very inte addresses the Florida Voters mer league president to his
visit with family and friends. ing in Pensacola. resting and we learned a little League In Orlando. James Is a widow in recognition of his

HAPPY TO IIEAIl Dr. Hiram THE Friendly Social and about horticulture.On candidate for National Democratic outstanding contribution as a
Coleman, husband of vivaciousViva Savings Club, Mrs. Cole n Finder the lawn a very delicious Committeeman from Flo civic and' political leader at
is on the mend after be- president met at the homeof luncheon was served. Then rida.Florida
ins ill recently. Mr. and Mrs. John Shat-pe.1 Seated at a table in the centerof Voters League Presl- league banquet in Orlando.INCARNATION .
The next meeting will be heldat the lawn were the following
LAWRENCE ADDERLY Is the home of Mrs. Louise agers whose birthdays were in
bedded at Mt. Sinai Hospital.Mr. March. A beautiful decorated
large
Payne on April 4. George H. Stirrup Mrs. S.' H.
,
resident
: Adderly, a long time and delicious cake stood
of Liberty City, was rushed HAPPY BIRTHDAY will be out among other decorations. Vincent, Mrs. Aurlla Humes, Easter services at the Churchof
< to the hospital Friday night. celebrated through the 21st of Those with March birthdaysare Mrs. Victoria Perpall, Mrs. Vlr- the Incarnation'
Friends hope for a speedy recovery March by Vivian Brown, Fran Curlfe Simmons, Maud Ross, gie Mrs.Grant, Mrs. M. C. Ferguson,
ces McNeil, Irene Hargrove. Leonna Johnson, Elsie Gilchrist, Amelia Phyllis Simmons, Mrs. Holy Saturday: The Liturgy
Mrs. Pearl
'I Herman Blackshear, Francena Emma Baker, Susie Buckner, Taylor of E'aster Even 4-6 p.m. Sunday:
OFF TO OREGON have gone! Thomas, Mary Hence, Dorothy Elizabeth Houston (deceased) Houston, Mrs. Henrietta Chip- Solemn Eucharist and Sermon
Ellison and Nel- Mrs.
Misses Maude Baldwin, Mable Glover, William Isaae Boule, Leana Andersonand man, Annie Lauthier, Mrs. 5 a.m. Solemn Eucharist and
lie Roberts and Mesdames William Brown, Sybil Johnson, Eleanor Sowell. Boban Schenck, Mrs. Ella Mc- Sermon 11 a.m. Solemn Evensong -
Littles and Fred Wiley. Thomasena Johnson and James Cartney Mrs. Mary E. Williams, and Benediction 6 p.m.
These ladies are attending a Lucas. The Rev. H. E. S. Reeves Mrs. Oddesa James, Mrs. Mary ,
week long conference of Amer gave the Messing: ; and Mr. E.; Lou Nixon, Mrs. Maud Ross, The interior of the church
:: has been treated to coat of
ican Children Education Inter! Minnie M-Grady Natteal a 'I
Maia
TilE WOMEN'S UNION of C. Kemp father of Mr. Eugene '
national on the scenic Pacific Holy Redeemer Church is Kemp, manager of the Liberty Mrs. Louise Moon, Mrs. Spero paint for Easter. w
West Coast.- sponsoring It second annual City Housing Project gave an P. Cokine Selma Ponder, Mat-

TIME TO MAKE- plans. tp It Easter Fashion Show on SVn- interesting; reading. tie Haynes, P. D. Davis, Sarah Attention

attend the first anniversary day.is Mrs. Tom Jones (Ruth) indefatigable Miss Olive Hicks, Marie Johnson, Iola Williams
chairman
of the affair.
,celebration in our Northwest Alexander director of the Mattie Houston, Rosy L. Home OwnersFor
Center Branch during National MRS JIM REID (:Maude) James E. Scott Community Stroman Evelyn Dubignon, ,quality building
YWCA Wfcek. Members and was a delegate to the Links Association was Mistress of Louise Moon Mrs. Jeanie
friends are invited to a dinnerto Area meeting in Fayetteville, Ceremonies. addition and remodelingPL
be held on Thursday even- N.C. last weekend. Munro of Ohio.
ing, April 16 at 630: o'clock.I Happy birthday songs led 4-0655
The theme "The YWCA Belongs GET WELL wishes to Mrs by our directress were lustily NO DOWN PAYMENT
to You." Reservationsmay J. L. Bryant who is all at Chris. sung by the Agers, and the delicacies J. A. BURROWS
be made through Mrs. tian Hospital provided served, punch. From $5 per week

chairman.Oscar Edwards, anniversary AS CHURCH BELLS ring The Baumgartners were TRANSFERFOR FHA OR BANK TERMS

around the world,. and,, we, recall thanked and cheered for their Fla. Room Kitchens
FRIENDS ARE PLEASEDto again the glorious Easter being such ideal hostesses by HIRE Bedfrooms >Bathrooms
hear of the improvement of Mrs. Mary L. Nixon on behalf
Mrs. Hubert Colewrook (Ethel- story, and the hope it holds of the group.In acknowledgmentthey Carportct Oarages
ene) who was seriously ill.INVITATIONS for men, may your heart be filled extended an Invitationfor Light hauling Moving of Awning" Fences

have been re -- with...n. .faith-: .... and n I.care and I next March or for anytime furniture News Realty Inc
ceived may our Savior bless both you the Goldenagers d like to
for the Golden Anniversary home
celebration of Mr. and and those you dearly, love. come to their day or Phone OX 1-9163 i.. (BUILDERS DIVISIOk)

Mrs. James Summons on April With lasting happiness. most night.gracious; they are certainly a 4740 NW 7th Ave.
4. The sons and daughters of Happy Easter! couple. 1742 NW 67th St.
Those
present Mr.
were: and
the Summons' honoring DTD
are Mrs. E. C. Bazzell
Mr. and Mrs.
them on their 50th wedding

anniversary. The invitationsare ""I" ",t! A_ ..LIUJI: 1IS': J.1t<$)j..Nm ......"....._'_1 __
most unique.SATURDAY .

Mrs Eddie
Peters (Zelma) entertained in
honor of her husband, Eddie,
and friend,' Evelyn Frazier of CASH PRIZES
Atlanta, Ga Plans were made "
for the Heal but inclement !

weather 1 prevented the beach: EVERY WEEK
party; however the gaiety of 1i'
the gathering was not lessonEd -
as the cetohration! was en-
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joyed in the Pews'. Florida ,
Room' -, lO- 2O3Oawon/ ///
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WE UNUHIIHTANI: ) t h n t
( David Dobbs Jr., Central State
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College and Sonya Hisgi, St. h .
Augustine's College are home
for Spring vacation Happy


Il Holidays THE !YOUNG MEVS Progressive :

Club is having its initial -
Inaugural Ball on Friday
evening in the Caribbean w iPoN t7S1A M
Room at Bayfront Park Auditorium -

,. Thomas Davis is presi- FAMU LawStudent AND LOAN

MRS. VERA SMITH la bed- SAVtH0 AS 10 H
ded In Jackson Memorial
Hospital. Seeks

.. EUGENE KEMP, former
Miamian, Is enjoying an extended State PostJesse l
vacation while renewing ay this* beautiful FREE bumper strip
his;: many friendship.. Mr. r
;
Kemp, who resides in N e w J. McCrary of Ocala, Fla., on your car and-DRIVE SAFELY. If you are seen
York City is visiting his son, a senior in the Florida A and M driving
Elliott and his .daughterinlaw University College of Law, courteously and safely by one of our Franklin

Bernlce.f qualified recently as a candi Federal Spotter
will be
date for the State House of you given a cash prize.
MRS. G. W. HAWKINS
Representatives from Marion
(Alice), curriculum assistantat County. The son of the Rev. NOTHING TO BUY NOTHING TO Wit,f"
Dunbar Elementary, attend.
and Mrs. Jesse E. McCrary. 615
ed the Florida Education Council in on Orlando Elementary -- South Myrtle St., Ocala, the 26- You don't even need a savings account at Franklin Federal to qualify
I last week. year-old law student seeks the
: seat now held by Representa- DRIVE SAFELY AND SAVE
OUR.SINCERE' SYMPATHYto tive William O'Neill, also of SAFELY!
thejHouston Family 1430 Ocala. O'Neill had previously Friendly FRANKLIN-where SERVICE .
comes flr tl
NW 69th St. in the logs of theirmother qualified for reelection. Mc-

,- Mrs. Elizabeth Hous' Crary, who was graduated '
FRANKLIN
from FAMIU with the B.S. degree
ton.AL ; \ 4TH&MIAMI
.I "and CARMEN JACKSON in 1960, served as nuclear <_ ptted
along \wlth son, Karlon, are dividend I
,weapons security control FEDERAL
Thunderbird Rs ep 1 Y'
lid taking off for Ocala this officer, U. S. Army at Fort ; Cott ; :=

,t c .;Weekend to help' Al's mother Bliss, Texas, before returningto -, : SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF '
, f Mrs. Beulah, Jackson celeMrateI his alma mater to enter law MIAMI A f.of n
(I her,i'birthday. 1001, N.W.. 3rd AVENUE !
of school He, 1 Is, a, first lieutenantin 371-7652 tM
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Mayor Installs

i Senior Citizens I SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1964 PAGE 3 III

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a. I Tucker, Nettle Blackshear, open Monday through Friday'
Officers Louise Moore, Marie Hardy, from 0 a.m., to C p.m., and enrollment r''
Mary Jenkins, Ida Corley, Hes- is open to all retired "
Rev. Chester R. Townsel was sic Davis Mamie Webb, Lois men and women in the community. ; ,
Moore and Ella Mae Porter. A varied ,
Installed as president of the program provides
.
Jolllvette
Plaza Is one of
Membership Association of Jol- three centers operated by Senior social activities, crafts health
llvette Plaza Spntor Center by Centers, Inc., a United maintenance, sewing singing.
Mayor Chuck Hall at a "Spring Fund agency. The center Is nnd luncheons.
Luncheon" at the Center 6310 -...,
NW 24 PI., on Wednesday, .
March 18. Other officers Installed -
during the ceremonywere
t : Lucius L. Simon First
: : : } vlcp president, Mrs. Isadora
Kump) second: vice president
Mrs. Mill' Dobv secretary, and
Mrs Louise Moore treasurer.
Additional guests on this occasion -
were the Hoard of Directors
of Senior Centers, Inc.,
and representatives from MIami -
Housing Authority, Edison -
Court and Malsolm Ross

__ Senior The Centers social hall r and porch Ij1t'ant tt 1\\:;

where the guests and members
were seated for the luncheonwere
decorated with green II III IIli
N plants and spring flowers. Adding -
special charm to ,the social -
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4sk.E ,
hall V.
are the new draperies
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provided for the Center by the
M. R. S. Club.Featured .

on the program
were members of the Choral
Group under the direction of
Mrs. George Manne singing several
selections and "An Easter
Parade" of fashions by the mem- I
bers of the Sewing Class
.t which they have made at their
weekly sessions. Mr. and Mrs
read monologue' entitled Henry Fuchs are the Instruc- I
NACW a tors of the sewing class.
"Cordelia. All Miamlans Miss (,
PROGRAMThree Maycock and Smith are gradu- The Choral Group membersare
ates of Booker T. WashingtonHigh Viola
: Crews Lillie Doby,
students from the Florida
School Miami Mrs. Doris
Eunice
Dykes, Bill Johnson y
A & M University Depart.
son is a graduate of Carver OIHe Mae Johnson Marie Har-
ment of Speech and Drama
High School, Miami. Mrs. Doris .
dy, Benjamin Hopkins, Daisy ,
recently presented a cultural
H. Clark, member of the staffof Latson, Dan Roberts Katie
for the Tallahassee
program Coleman FloridaA j
Library at
Simon Claudia Townsel and
National
chapter of the Association
& M, served as program chair Wllliford Young.Participants 1
of College Women. RobertW.
man of the NACW meeting on
Smith pictured at the left which the students were fea- In the Easter
did a pantomime entitled "Dr.Pettlbone" tured. President of the Talla- Parade were: Katie Simon El-
;; Ronald Thompson, nora McIntyre Elizabeth Clark
right read an excerpt from Mark hassee NACW chapter is Miss Claudia Townsel, Ollle Mae
Anthony's speech In "Julius Willie Blanche Gavin, directorof Johnson.Vila Crews, Pauline
Caesar"; and Janice Maycock the FAMU Nursery School. Young, Eunice' Dykes, Shannah .

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Pioneers Celebrate K. and Thomas H Summons of, J
Boston, Mass., Mrs. Frances S. (
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Negroes" .Have More Cause to be Criminals Golden AnniversaryMr Jaekean and Mrs 'Sara SI (it
Clarke of Miami. The reception \
Is more ,crime directed at sizes that colored people have I show that, wittingly or not,' we and Mrs. J. A. Summons is being held at the residence t
white people by northern more reason to become criminals have fostered Negro criminality !- will celebrate their golden an- of the Summone,; 1809 NW 63rd
Negroes than by southern not only by enslaving, op. niversary, Sunday, April 5. St. 5.7 p.m. .
Negroes? Yes, believes a psy- "We must examine what has pressing and segregating Ne- Their marriage, vows will be Mr. and Mrs. Summons, natives
chiatrist who has spent much preceded the lives of today's groes, but by assuming that renewed In' a ceremony nt 'Corpus of Florida moved to Miamiin
time In the South studying the Negroes, and particularly of they are naturally criminal, naturally Christi Catholic Church. 1020. Mr. Summons Is a retired -
problems."Unquestionably. Negro criminals" he writes in infantile-something less An anniversary reception will registered real state
Negroes In his article. "This past will than adult.' be given in their; honor by their broker. They have five children
to South are more afraid of five children: Mr.: J. A. Sum- sixteen grandchildren J
the white world and hence less mons, Jr., of New York, John and.one great-grandchild. )A
criminal toward It," reports Dr. I
Robert Coles. Riots TouchedOff I l
Race
"When they: move North, J
the terror Is lessened. Venge-
ance Is no longer restricted to Apartments'J
one another. Now they can Lincoln Fields II
wreak it upon the white world. In Jacksonvillethe
The difference as anyone who
has lived In the South knows '2045 'N.W.. 62nd Street
In those colorfully uniformedMississippI' It's Just too bad !hat the Burns administration had
state police fin- 'racial situation in Jacksonville rioting in Jacksonville he is ..
gering automatic rifles." ''I has 'taken such a turn. At least ',now trying to gloss over his
Dr. Coles' article on Negro one death and several injuries own Ineptitude in coping with Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments
crime appears !In aspeclal supplement have been reported. unrest and is simply looking Offering Many'' Features
"Crime and Punishment Mayor Haydon Burns, a can for a scapegoat. '
," in the April issue of didate for the office of Governor FREE GAB
Harper's Magazine.He of Florida Is a against demonstrations Matthews said Burns made a ,.
states that there Is more In the city of false statement. Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stor
than I Jacksonville. To this end he had Mayor Burns said Jackson- I'
crime among Negroes deputized 490 firemen to assist ville is not a Birmingham or a Newly Painted Venetian Blinds
anmong whites, but empna- the police in preventingsuch Little Rock. "Its not a radical Washing Machines Laundry Room*
demonstrations. They will city. I don't want it known as
Inrurance Companies be stopped said the mayor.On that. Free Parking Auto hot water reater I''

Monday, the mayor's cam have However been, going the way Jacksonville things Free Garbage Disposal Filtered water t 11

Mist Reduce paign headquarters was hit and seems like a close relative to "'
slightly damaged by crude Birmingham.The CARETAKERS ON PREMISES '
Turnover bombs. Later 215 Negro demon. mayor claims he was '
strators were arrested on a warned what was coming; it .
LOUISVILLE, Seventy- charge of vagrancy.In was sparked by a Negro politi-
five Negro life Insurance officials the fracas stones and bot- cal group.It Weekly Rates
meeting here were warned tles were used as weapons. One was not the NAACP or '
they must drastically reduce women who dropped her purse the CORE or any recognlged 14.50 1-bedroom $18.50 2-bedroom Apt.
turnover among agents and and stopped to pick It up was organization slad the mayor.
policyholders, and Increase sales : killed and several persons InJured Let us hope that the mayor Renting Office open every day Phone OX 1-8...
sharply or face business crisesIn ; a white man reported he and the insurgents will settle
coming years. was tied to a tree. any existing difference and remove --- -- ------ --- -
The 25th Mid-Year Agency Before the shooting began police this stigma from the Cityof
Confenrence of the Na- forced their way into the Jacksonville. Ps PsJack's
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tional Insurance Association NAACP headquarters and ar-
this theme at its openIng restel more than 20 Negroes.
heard
session on Wednesday, in a Taken to the Municipal Court MEN'S WEAR !!
its executive director, they were fined $25 and given Teenagers on Open P
report by
seven days in the city's prison
warning was under- '
and the
SEE "MR. JACK"FOR
farm.
scored by William A. Clement Mike SuntfayOpen
CLU, NIA President, the featured Mayor Burns blames candi- tTYLES
speaker at a-''luncheonThursday. dates Dickinson and Matthewsfor Mike, with host FOR ALL AGES bi
., the uprising In Jacksonville. Hendrik J. Berns, will present
f'
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Ralph K. Llndop of New Dickinson said Mayor Burns "Youth Speaks Out" a teen-age The Very Latest in Men's Fashions t tn

York and J. E. Hankins, president has done a disservice to the discussion of our local, state SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS "
of Mammoth Life and city of Jacksonville and all Florida and .national problems, next -
Accident Insurance Co., Louisville i in injecting politics at a Sunday evening. ITALIAN SHOES f ,
time when misery and fear are
challenge .
reemphasized to''the final session the ..at- rampant in this city. As usual; the program will 944 NW' 2nd Ave. Miami,, FloridaFAMU !

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world from racial and national antagonism when It accord fc>
every man regardless or race, creed or color' his human and
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miTes to help every man fa the firm belief. that all ,men ,are
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CHRIST IS RISEN

Sunday, March 29 Is Easter, the feast of ,the Resur-
rection of Christ from the dead. It is one of the most Important 11 vei ri !M Rr
) Items In the whole fund of human knowledge : t

the grand event of the ages' toward which all previous
history moved, and in which all subsequent history finds
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its meaning*
If Christ did not rise from the dead, what becameof
his body? If his enemies stole it, ,they surely would

have produced it, for they stopped short of nothing to

discredit the story, even to the murdering of those who
a told it. If friends stole it they would have known they

were believing a lie; .'''but ,men do not became martyrs to

J what they know- to be -false.- -_ Only 10 minutes from the I coconut plam. with a few sea- and ixora plants are used for
,One thing Is certain : those who first published tne heart of Miami nestled snugly, grape, buttonwood, black and decor.
'story that Jesus had: risen from the dead believed It to midst several acres of highly
white and date palm, There is free parking
mangrove space
be rested their faith not only on the empty scenic landscape lies Virginia
a fact. They
BeaCh, a tropical paradise designed add 'to the beauty of the amusement for 1,200 cars and the park is

tomb, but on the fact that they themselves had seen
to attract vacationers of and the recreational zone. open year-round.
,
Jesus alive after his burial not once, not twice, but at all ,..
ages. Cocoa plum bushes, oleander LARRY BATCHLAR
least ten recorded times; and not singly, nor alone, but
in groups of two, seven, ten, eleven, five hundred. It's a natural beach, one of i .
the __
most beautiful and
The Lord Is risen, He is risen Indeed, Allelulia. all Florida. With huge spaciousin clus :
ters of ', :i
coconut palms sym-
HANDS OFF CLAY'S CROWN mertically planced by Nature ,

According to reports the World's Heavyweight Box. and left standing when the

ing Championship title is about,to be belted from the head, beach vast shaded was opened areas in are 1947 enjoyed, the

+f of Cassius Clay. The reasons given seem to this writerto by bathers and picnickers _a-
be rather weak one of them "being that he is a Muslim like,
Whether, true or not, it Is said that the Muslims hate the The greatest attraction at -
white race. However, granted Cassius is a Muslim, he won this Dade County' Park, aside
the championship crown in a fair competition and his re- from the half-mile bathing
ligious beliefs should not be held against his holding it. beach, is a bright yellow miniature -
There' is to be' an investigation by the World' Boxing train. For 10 cents, kiddies
and alike ,find this
Association to determine whether Cassius will be the streamlined grown-ups beauty a great de
holder of the crown or not. Cassius l is undoubtedly one light.
of the most, or the most mouthiest'man in America* but as
Traveling half-mile of
far his rantings before the fight is concerned Ye Editor over a
as : track, pulling three coaches, the .'. P4 '% rM
t r $
believes Cassius' object was more for advertising the train winds through the park
fight than anything else. Well, he certainly did what he area. As it passes an "S" shap
I said he would do, whip Bonny Listen and it cannot be ed lake one seetf'ttfcpand lcat Wrds,
there is an;add'' 'vfeeling.of :
denied it fair y
was a fight I. yr
enchantment ir tIh
Taking away his crown seems to this seriate' rather, '.... I- -4 \fenfAYltMry1an ,t2brR
\ unfair. It is pleasing to' learn that the Association has;r rf'n'Z ;,( t ; \' .

decided not to interfere with Clay's title at present. ,;, '; Near 11-Zea' the'Lmerry)train w sta'kttr'rQundi ,+pjt'', Is a' ? -

'1 SCUJln': its',b Hours .
NOTEBOOKThe !? t.-enfoY' >heht can,bo fipebt here COME ON AND SMILEI!
Community Relations Board w.,. b1t .\thedfamily.tiracklopesr'geatty '
Advisory composed ; members1bf; Always remember how 'pretty they looked
"f"rnh by
of 18 well known Miamians '' ,, IntoBlscayne having
believe that racial discrimination .
I their pictures in'their
ut" : made Easter
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ti Finery
by all firms conducting business with 'Dade Coun- Bay' and"1s composedof by .
ty, should do so without discrimination. ,natural white sand that retreats JOHNSON OF MIAMI
To this end Metro has been asked to adopt a resolution approximately' 50 yards
I re-affirming the county's non-discrimination poli- from the water's. edge. The park 409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7-2294

cy in employment and in the use of public facilities, area sprawls over 162 acres and

t This :would include those operating facilities under Is mainly bearcut sand.
lease or operating' concessions on county-owned More than 300,000 persons
property -
: spent their relaxation time at
Virginia Beach in 1003. Indica HOMES DIRECT FROM OWNER
On Tuesday, by a unanimous vote, Metro approved tions are this year's total will
' the resolution and it has the backing of the Associationof far exceed that. -.-

.. General Contractors. The swimming area stretchesfor 534 NW 52nd Street ,"
' Miami makes, another forward step in racial rela- about half the length of,the No ;
tions. We can pat ourselves on the back and say: beach and extends out into closing costa Beat buys Open Sunday
Is it not good to live in Miami? Blscayne Bay for about 125 FHA $450 down. Gorgeous, huge lot. CBS air cond.
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feet. Lifeguards. are on. duty'-at stove. refrig., wall to wall carpeting, nice, Fla.
all times.
,Dade' County farmers are pleased that the U. S. ,room, plus extra house for income. Live for only

Department ,has lifted the ,ban and will allow 325 Baha- Contiguous the beach,to separated the sandy by part'of a :$50 per month including tax, insurance.

mian workers, to come and harvest the vegetables. paved walk running the lenght *
Miami workers did not respond to the call for farm of the park, Is the recreationaland 4030 NW 3rd Ave.
hands although trucks were sent around looking for amusement area.. An out- Four large bedrooms
door dance patio, cabanas, show. Fla. room, garage, carpeting.
them. In fact only experienced farm hands were wanted $10,9000, $600 down !
er houses'and three picnic areas move right in.
only about 12
there available.
";and were (one sheltered) equipped with
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waist-high mobile and:'stationary
May 28 primary will!. give voters the opportunity of grills, are Just part: of whatIs 4425 NW 8th Avenue
whether not to give Metro conductive to outdoor( enjoy, Hn
broader
deciding or powers.A ment at this magnificent beach. =4-becfroom, 2 bath beauty Move right fa, no
'new ordinance'would allow Metro to create new boardsor Nearly 50,000 trees mostly waiting, air cond., stove, refrigerator, corner lot,
agencies, or to merge, consolidate or abolish the .. ,garage. $1,000 down.
rs r powers, or functions of any board or authority existingin
Dade County:. $ NOW! i is the Time to Sell ---.-
couldalaocreate; *' k Department of .. See these fine homes before boy
Metro- Utfrariefcthat you -r
rM Home.. Use Time '
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Sorority Dance and Show I MARCH 28, 1964 PAGE 5
Movie
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At Biscayne Terrace :;.. .1 i i Community Easter Egg ,

FRANCES HENDERSON
A.
The Alpha Chi Pi Omega

Sorority Extravaganza presents and its Dansanto annual Zissen's Bowery is Hunt at Manor Park Treat your fally to a movie.

April 5. 8 p.m. until mid Everybody is talking about
night In the Popular Hangout "
Biscayne Terrace t
Starlight Room, Biscayne Boule The third annual community- the movies showing at the

vard at NE 4th St. A spot that's swiftly becom- wide citizens committee Eas- Knight of Pythias Center, Capital, Ritz and!!

Special event will be Fantasy ing the favorite hangout for ter Egg Hunt, takes place on the Ace Theatres.CAPITAL .
In Hair Styles when .
renowned fun-seeking Miamians Is ZIs- Sunday March'29, at 3:30: p.m. And Calanthes
guest artists will create before sen's Bowery at 1749 N. Miami WWWW
your eyes hair styles that will This gala,affair will be eventful, The Knights of Pythias and
Intrigue you. Ave.The Is Miami's delightful and entertaining, and Calanthes will celebrate their FRI., SAT.
Bowery really
Guest celebrities from the oldest will be held at the annual site Thanksgiving anniversary on
night club. It didn't
entertainment world get Sunday April 5. There will bea "China Gate1'Starring
will
also popular in this area until taken Manor Park, 12th Ave. and 50 1
appear. St. parade and It will start at 2..
Benefit Scholarship Fund, over recently by Dave Probin- p.m. Music will be furnishedby Nat "King" Cole, Gene
Bethune-Cookman sky. Oldtimers know Dave This year's event promises to Holle.
College. Donation Billy Afterward there Dairy and Anglo' Dickinson.
from his association with the
is $2.00 and tickets can be the biggest and best ever''' will be a program at GreaterSt.
be purchased from Sir John Hotel. I'm fact Dave Paul AME Church.All .
ber .and the Modernistic any mem Beau. was responsible for the openIng held in this community; a I 'The Big Sky"Starring

ty Salon,. 836 NW 3rd of the Knight Beat and grand ole time" is promised to Pythias and Calanthe are
Ave.Apr4 bringing to Miami many big all. There will be eggs, eggs, asked to please.be on time. Kirk Douglas 9
name acts including the late eggs; ,a kiddy circus (the kids The public is invited to come "Lost World" (in color)
Dinah Washington' Count. Basle and worship with us to give
will love this. The usual fashIon
Anniversary Starring Michael Bennie,
land
thanks
and others. show and and praise to God.
Thank You While Qt the Sir, John Dave Blaster Parade (always kiddies: popular put on Sarah D. Belle, W.C., reporter Jill St. John.' Three wonderful. '

'Mr.; and Mrs. not took good good care of his your best bib and tucker), featured. 'Try not to miss. <.1

of 2420 NW C5th Lawrence St. celebrated King business but involved himselfn There will b& prizes galore .. .. .......- .. sass
their 40th wedding anniversary local civic affairs and\ sponsored givenilver fleas and to the Gold
Sunday, March 22 at their many community func best SUN. MON. TUES.
home with Uons. dressed young lass or laddie; MODERN SIGNS'
their
many friends 'plus eats and drinks
for all.
and family.They At the Bowery Dave offers "Children of The i
wish to thank all their two floors of entertainmentwith For your listening pleasureyou
friends and nighbors for the two bands six nights a will hear the ever popular We can do your signs for lesstVenn Damned"With
beautiful gifts received. Spec- week, one of the lowest liquor Sam Early and, his band. There
ial thanks to Rev. Brown of prices In town, and a friendlyand will be platform guests com- of Experience
Mt. Tabor Baptist Church. attractive 'group of bar prised of city, state and federal an nil star cast. Spine ting'
Thanks from the Kings maids. officials. A guest speaker will ling. Beware the eyes' that

Miss Carrie B. King, daughter Drop In and say hello to ,will be heard.be enjoyed Community by all. singing paralyze. Hut dare to see
Dave. You'll like "Chlldnm of The Damned."
the guy. 3072 NW 46th St.

Holy Redeemer ....... .N For an afternoon of fun with "Rage of The Buccaneers"r
Presents Fashion ; the kiddles, plan to join us at MIAMI, FLA. ,(In color). Starring Vincent r

Luxurious HomesIn Manor Park. Johnny NE 4-3041 Price and Illobard MontbaIban.fRITZ'
Fantasy
SundayEvery Beautiful Charles R. Hadley, chair- ___ 1.. ,
woman loves
man :J
fashions and the Women's New Height NOW SHOWING I
Union of Holy Redeemer Cath. (Near Richmond Height) I

olic Church invites everyoneto 3 and 4 bedroom, finished i A film of rare and divine Inspiration -
a fashion fantasy on Easterat something we all
4 p.m. in the parish hall, garage Large lot 135 PHOTOGRAPHS need
1301 NW 71st St. ft. deep. FINE j

Young models from tiny tots "The Miracle of St.Therese" .
to teenagers will proudly show ..
some of the latest styles as they Low FHA down payment. *j. \ .
parade in their Easter frills. One 54! % mortgage. Noclosing
Members of the Northwestern eo.tI. I BABIES;: A$ *>
Senior High School music Hern wan a true vision. Starring

and dance team will present [ CHILDREN Frances Des Cant, Jean
additional entertainment for Near ADAMSFOTOS Dcllucouret, Valentine Teenier,
the viewers. Su Janno Flon. Impressive,
This is assured" to be one of New Proposed College Site TEENS
: the (most h Near good to see during the holiday
gala''affairs of t e -
t city;, Please meet your friendsat New Proposed HospitalSee GROWN-UPS 212 N.W.. 7th'St.GRQUPS weekend
this '
fantasy of fashion on
Easter Sunday.' Plus
or Phone u* MIAMI, FLA.
"Tension at Table Rock"Starring
Easter Parade and 147th and Lincoln Blvd'.
Illchnrd Egan, Dorothy -
or phone 232-6262 WEDDINGS Air Conditioned
Fashion Musical Tea Malone, Cameron MitchelL
Open daily and Sunday
The Elks of Greater Miami a.
-
Lodge and Tenu cordially Invite M I
you to attend its Easter WED., APRIL 1st
Parade and Fashion Musical
Tea Sunday, March 20, from 4- "Soldier in The (

6 p.m., on the lawn of the
Range' Funeral Home; Rev. A. Rain"
C. Mozelle Master of Ceremo- The Public Is Invited

nies. Donation $1.00 .JockJa OltMHon and Steve SIo-.

Queen. Tremendous together.
YMCA Camping S TO ,ATTEND SPECIAL A grand pair add a brand new

curve to an old Army game.
Trip
You will enjoy every minute of

Camp Another for all YMCA grade school Weekend and It.

high school ;girls and boys Is Easter Sunrise Service Plus "Wichita"With
scheduled for Friday, April 3, Joel McCree
through Sunday April 5, at
beautiful Camp Owaissa-Bauer, -
( located In the Redland District
I, of Homestead, was announced 5:30 a.m. ACE SAT. SUN.
today by the Executive Secre-
J- tary Calvin C. Hughes.A "Straight Jacket"
weekend at camp will give AT THE -

all younsters an opportunityto Starring Joan Crawford. I urge
from the hustle
get away
and bustle of city life and at yon to nee this film from the
the same time enjoy the time beginning In I order to brace
of their lives under the super TRINITY yourself! for the surprise end
vision and of qualified supervisors camp counselors ing. '

i t Among the many activities '" ." -., -
offered are: swimming crafts,
hiking nature study, campfires, CENTER SAT.
cookouts dancing outdoor athletics
TEMPLE OF FAITH
special events and group "Dead Ringer"Starring

discussions. Bette Davis
Heavy attendance is antici-
pated for this and all Plus "2 Rode Together"Starring
outing
youngsters who of 1901 .4th Court James Stewart, Rich (
attending are requested to register ard Wldmark.
early at the YMCA.
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For applications, contact the Rev. Alfonza C. Moxelle, Minister !
;\' SUN. MON. TUES. ,i
YMCA at OX 6-0231 or visit the

Ave.Carver Member Branch Agency at 5770 of NW United 15th Evangelist Rose,.Shaw, Associate Minister! .:.j, | "Straight Jacket"' [

Fund of Dade County. {(
,1 to. 3
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Miss Dorothy Birkhewd. ,. Minister ,of Music Starring: Joan'Crawford NK v t i t p

; FOR RENTPROFESSIONAL Plus "Big Sky" '\

1. offices forM Starring Kirk Doa..as

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FROZEN MAXWELL HOUSE All Grinds DAIRY
Pillsbury Sweet and Buttermilk
BIRD'S EYE Whole Ih 490 Biscuits 3 for 25..
Strawberries 43c CoffeeWith IMPERIAL,
4 $5.00 Order or More) Margarine Ib'35i
BOOTH BREADEDShrimp FOUNTAIN CITY;
J llbpk 79c STARKIST-CHUNK LIGHT MEAT. l,1a Size Can Buffer "ft 59(
Tuna 3 for 79c
BOOTH STANDARD
PRODUCEFRESH
Oysftrs 12 oz can 89cWith MIRACLE WHIP

..BOOTH OCEAN Salad Dressing qt 39c Pineapples 2 for 39c

rr.rch S fillets,llbpk, 49c -SHURFINE...... Self Rising.or,Plain *. RED BUSSPotatoes 5 Ibs' ?9c

FARM HOUSE flour 5,.lbs 39c Lettuce 2 forCr.am'ies 25c
3 for $/..00W Rutabagas Ib 7c

.Cash Payroll Checks COLD BEER AT ALL TIMES ()pen 24 Hours Daily_ Keys Made

I ; :Cake PILLSBURY Chocolate White-Yellow Z9c liE'S HAMS Ib 39c

USBY CREAM STYLE- 303 CAN TURKEYS Ib 39c
c Corn 2 for 290
Crystal Bleach gal. 39c
LIBBY, WHOLE KERNEL 303 CAN
,COr 2 for 290 PERSONAL
a>?t Ivory Soap 4 for 23c
EELBECK 3 Pow6a lt

;: .\. : n'l.I' eal.I .N.! Guts .' '31b bag 21c Beer BISMARK 6 pks 89 1 1k .

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:-:::-::;: first time In Its GQ-year history
:::$:::+: Dethune-Cookman College has THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
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.............. more $1 million SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1964 PAGE 7,

ALBERT W. COOKE A 19G4-65( operating budget
of $1,055,831 was approved by
"OUR FATHER [ belief in "Our Father the Dethune-Cookman College
In "Eli" all things Board of Trustees Wednesday .
sible. One needs I will not point his business In action that exceeded this
and believe. One by Its name, you'll recog- year's budget of $057,615. H4MP.ON HOUSF
H
thing
of himself.
it right off. One Friday
aware of this fact Saturday when you stop at The new budget Includes sal I
unlimited powers at certain red light on one of ary Increases of between $300
posal. What ever busy intersections and and $500 for all .
see faculty members !r w. p
manifestation of restaurant closed. Like B-CC 0.
me president, Richard
media ality. Is What made-ever may become humble and V. Moore, said Wednesday.Dr. New Policy in our Intimate Lounge
the power of "Our
sion must be which are In heaven." Moore told the trustees Bar Open 1 p.m. until? 7 Day

spiration and Wednesday that the school's Entertainment Friday, 'Saturday, Sundays ;
faith. It only proves endowment funds stand at Music the Charles Austin
by Quartet
"Our. father r. \
which \1
$1,640,000 \
of
as August.31, 1963.
< These No Cover No Minimum No Admission I
nOnevls mindful of OSSOFER I funds, on which interest -
of the Negro in is collected for various college Sandy and Delores, Your Hosts

haps this is because expenses, have grown from DELICIOUS FOOD SERVED \
: $134,739 In 1047, when Dr.
columnist feels
that Moore Restaurant Open 7 a.m. 12 Mldnit
took
ness Is to be I over as president
found B=yy=B=yt!= vy rK
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salvation economic I read an Interesting article The next major new building -
The other "Can Men of Religion'' in to be built on the BCC ,
i 4200 N W 27th AVENUE NEwtor 3 0611
will be
campus a Student Union
race's salvation clergymen were inter- I
between are about "Fly-by-nlght" Building, costing about $400-I
equally 000, according to Dr. Moore.
education. The full men who pose as .
of business, religion of the cloth for personal The trustees authorized plans
tion will free man's It seems that the num for the building, which call for FOR SALE OR TRADE
construction to start In Octo-
of confidence men In this
cause It to know
ber. The new building will include
Is Increasing at an alarm. -
soul to come to grips --.--
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self is for it to tte in rate, and apparently little a dining room as well as
harmony with nature.One be done about it. offices for student activities.No SMALL DOWN PAYMENT .
special fund drive will be
of the best The difficulty In stamping required to finance Its New custom-built 3-bedroom home
sent a thing is by these false prophets stems on- .
us then cite an the fact that anyone can struction, Dr. Moore said. Tile Roof Terrazzo Floor Central Beat,.
is felt by us to be a up a church or denoml I .
without a license or The trustees also have approved KitchensBuilt
Negro venture into All tile Bath Vanity Factory
ness world. special education and for the 1004-65 bud-
i one need take an examina- get an additional $75,000 for the -in Oven Tile Sill Garage
Not so long ago :a or show credentials. I i raising of faculty salaries;

town.gro started The business a :: Religion Is a touchy subject $30,000 for an enriched instruc- Awning Window. City Water I

ed was food service. which open attack by re- tional program; and $30,000for SEE' I
clergymen on confid-
restaurant. This additional student
a scholar-
men who call themselves
ness is no new thing hurt the ship aid Part of the studentaid 2901 NW 50th St. MiamiOR
may ,
Cousins gro to enter.have Many of true religion, for the funds, Dr. Moore said, will 1
this might become suspici come from the budget and part CALLt MR. MURRAY UN '6-1331
tempted
: type of all religion. Yet, it is will come from Interest
Many have failed. I on
to educate people be-1 BUILDER indf ,
not this young man's funds set aside for scholarships -
will succeed fall .some will believe regard
or .
dependent upon his j.of. warnings. i I h ,
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"Our Father which t : Who, then, should police the -- I
'of religion? With a strong Fo-; =:
One thing for sure of separation. of church The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
done a most unusal state de
many clergymen
impresses me. His legislatlon.Wlthout leglstla-
is closed at 5:30: expresses'a it. seems there 'is but one

Sunday morning. .- the policing of _,htAl0
This is because he ,by religionists them rBONDED
in "something. However, with the pre-
Saturday are busy lack of Unity between the
could not see this and the fact
surviving. Yet it has. confidence men not use
reason must be liEU:: known denominations as I I RENTAL f
so-called creeds'this kind I
As a result of policing would be futile.it I
thing one faith is I
seems there' is no answer
Truly "his eyes are
AGENCY INC. "
sparrow." How can one this worrisome problem" for :
much faith except he will always be confi- ,
that this is his men as long as there are :

it 'We have eaten in people. i II
often. The food Is those who question one I The largest collection and rental

the prices are very : calls himself "Reverend" I

service The quality is first of the class. : apparent sincerity, I offer I I agency in the South; operating in
one,suggestion. Observe his I J
is none of that greasy possessions anjl his at. I
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in this place. towards them. If/.he leans Dade and Broward Counties'
does not Impress me ,
this rich foods, expensive J.rioN.

festation much as of a belief in and elegant ears, be- Negro Housing areai. ,. j
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thing." This belief of l "For where .your L. L. BROOKS
as to cause is, there will your President
strong "
also be. (Matt. 6:21.: )
come Friday eve at set : GEORGIA r. 1IARTH General Manager i J

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turants There in are this town Contractor MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE' THAN. .

fer quality food so 10,000 HOUSING UWTft .
alone in that area. He
knowledge. almost HINES Bonded also has employment service at. main. office

4 he closes'' his business 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA 'to
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NHS Competes in

::4 4 4 Engine Tune-Up I

Contest

For the second time In as :
many years Miami Northwestern P > YSK
High School: has been invited -
to compete in a state-
wide engine tune-up contest. '} SS
; "We finished fourth last year
but we expect to win this one," :u Yryf vVl
said Willie McElroy automo-
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tive mechanics teacher at North-
I ____ western. : :ri FK Y.
McElroy and his senior team,
',, 4 xi Eddie Wiliams and Freddie
E r
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Graham, leave for Tallahassee <
April 2, for the three days of
competition, which is sponsored .', '
by the Plymouth Divisionof J: y
Chrysler Corp.
The winning team at Talla-
hassee will receive individual
i
plus a school award and be

eligible. to compete_ in the.. national -
Afield Day" was held won by default. Troop 77; second Perkins, contest In Detroit later
by District 10 of the South Flo- Shuffle Board results: 11-13 Troop 77; third Archery results this year. ALL FRIENDS AND MEMBERS : -
( rida' council, Inc., ,,Boy Scoutsof year olds Troop 9$ ,- First first, Gardner Troop 55;third second Last year, Stanton High MAY MAKE ,T':II E I R
,, Horton. Troop 77 ,
place; 41N3 second place; 99 ; School in Jacksonville won the
America March DONATION TO THE .
on Saturday,
Wall, Troop 55.
third place; 14-15 year olds state-wide honors and finished
I 21,,,..at North Dade Recreation Troops 353 first place; 77 second Total points by all units wereas eighth nationally. SPIRITUAL TEMPLE OF
1 Center, Opa-locka. The' results place; 99 third place' 16- follows: Troop 77, 38; Troop ZION, Inc.
I were as 'follows! Basketball '17 year olds Troop, 77 first 99, 20; Troop 353, 14; Troop 90, NOTICE TO CHURCH At the home of the vice president -
Tennis results 11-
11-13 yeara-olds; Troop 98 place. Table : 1; Troop 496, 6; Troop 55, 6. and treasurer. She U also
Floral Heights, John Calloway 13 year olds, first, John Culmer REPORTERS!
Scoutmaster defeated Troop Troop 77; second Ronald Special commendation to Edwin 'The one of the ordained minister
496 Earlington Heights, Henry Blue, Troop 98. third, Ronald W. Cambridge, North Dade church new deadline for getting Our charter is registered la
Murray Scoutmaster. For 14-15 Johnson, Troop 99. 14-15 year Recreation Center Director and publication news it Into our office for Broward and Dade CountiesL.
yearsoldsTroop 77, St. Agnes olds; first T. Duncan, Troop his staff, ''Donald Burke, Miss AU church TUESDAY noon
Episcopal defeated Troop 353. 98, second Kitchen, Troop 99; Elaine Carter, Robert Brown, urged to reporter Church art HUNTER, D.D.
Troop 90 defeated Troop 98. third Fred Bethel, Troop 77. Joe L. Smith and Phil Dixon, received cooperate 1657 NW 73rd St.
For 16-17 year olds Troop 77 16-17 year olds; first Brown, coordinator for Scout activities. news after noon on
Tuesday cannot be guaranteed I'
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'To 65 Detroit UGA TourneyThe For RUPTURE -SS PILESRectal LIB CITY


Disase Varicose Veini, Pro*
Par and Birdie Club once fltate-No lost tlm Discard Truss DRIVE THEATRE
again was foiled in it attemptto Upon Correction of Rupture. Reducing
lure the United Golfers As- DR. LONG'S CLINIC Blood-Urine Test
sociation's 39th annual Tour- 22nd Ave. and Palm '''Drive-in Theatre
nament to Miami in 1965. IMS S.W. 1st St.-FR 32748 A general iMMlffc MrvftMg' COMPLETELY INTEGRATED .

OX 1-7959 22nd AT, and 69th St.
This was the second attempt ,
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tourney and Miami was forcedto
give in this time to the sen- SAVE THIS COUPON
timental offer given to the cityof

Detroit. l GOOD AT ANY ,TIME FOR ONE I a i
iJ Ernest Hayes, chief delegate
to the convention accepted witha amilitaryplotGovernment
seal of confirmation the 10.07
Detroit's date; after limited it was learned accommodations that- FREE SERVICE CALLOn over the: r

only permits full scale :
tournaments to anyone, of the
TV radio
stereoAL
or
your ,
many club in the area once
every ten years this being MAKES AND MODELS of these t .
I the tenth year since their last

was held in 1935. 696.3581 United States S

,Although sentiment played a "
major role In swinging the USED TV $19.95 up ALL WORK GUARANTEED mxt Sunday.
tournament in the favor of
90 DAYS NSnsvrcoucra s.roa o cJ'iL2t
Detroit It was very obvious the

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be done ,In organizing and being -- BEE THE WORLD'S DOUGLAS
represented at major af- GREAT PROPHET

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}': Bishop Hunter la well known as

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If iron ore sick, worried or in '
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the presence of some .. '

3,500 westernr'.High fang- Friday Bulls night won, North the.. :hll: nnlr.l.rb: ......[. ... L{.. .I{.or.i ...,,\.it. ....II.I.II i i-tf'it'yT'..."r < !Jl f{n ---r SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1964 PAGE 9 ;! I i

first' integrated. Dade County ThU THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
VETERAN'S column
track meet 'at- alIuuicx' College 10 prefNurtxl tessssi ffi;s a sssssssssssissssssssssdiessssesss t!
stadium+ As CQacl1. ;I3enlle. Moore di CORNER[ Flagler St, Miami, for inforraa- KILLENS'
rected. !&&rmyplth a w lkie- | tion of Veterans In thte area. 1I0TEiE 4

dium talkie,stands from 'the, Northwestern top,, of the roll sta- *",/.dii"L11.fYW... ..tf H: w IT..lT..1'I'niaa: : r-i rirNEW -. r-...,or,.....w...'w'w ..- -....."_U.JI.lI.___>_r.jJ_ SIR JOHN OMIT W CLUB( !

up 49 points to outdistance > QUARTERS hospitalized by VA continues '..

for Edison honors Mays in and the first Coral' Gables The Mami VA Office is now to decline. One big reason Is ,. .t \vj.;... .y ., ."Home/. of Tho Stor ,
competition the major role VA .* *
played,
its
occupying and .
new space in the ,> _
PRESENTS
between Dade's white and continues .,.'?
to
ground floor of the Federal play, in developing '. i .
'
Negro high school teams. ,: effective drugs for treat-
After accepting the team tro- is Building in downtown This, as Miami you know, ment. VA now operates some*.I L FRIDAY; SATURDAY,*SUNDAY MARCH 27 28. 29 !
phy, Moore said, "I'm real across from the just 0,800 beds for treatment of TB !a a Ojii" :
proud of the boys. They've been this Courthouse. At patients b operated:\ 17,000
working hard for this day and writing, we have a tempo such beds in 1954. And this, The Original Drifters :
nary telephone
they went all out in set-up, but in you must admit Is good, good .,,
event." every another: few days, we will be news. rr 1 w -a. ....-
squared away and ready for,
XAIHN WINS :3 I all. comers. The new phone GOOD NEWS
numbers for general informa-
The, Bulls managed only lon are 350-6167 and 350-5158. Q. My term insurance Is get
three first places in the ting too expensive and will be
meet
all by Harvey Nairn, who won sJUJZ CORNER time worse I as time goes on. At this
the low and (high hurdles and Q. I cannot afford to convertall
am getting a pension. of It to a permanent insur-
the thigh"Jump. But they showed oIly Feb., check has '
not come ance plan. Can I convert
part
dept in almost every event. yet. Do you know why it is now and the rest later? i r wF
In only. three they were blanked late?
the mile, 880 and A, Yes. You
sprint A. A may convert as
great Feb. checks
many 4i
medley relay. are "late" this time. The little as $1,000 or more in multiple ,{A
Edison finished second with rea- of $500 ;
son-the veteran after the* first
33points, due to the out- failed to send in or the dependent income thousand. fI
standing performance
of 6-5 4uestionnaire
that
senior John was due
Morton. Mays was oack to the VA
by Jan., 31. A
third
with
Johnny Brown and I
second Income
Thomas Whittier's 22-3Jf.a vic- sent out on all card will be HOWARD ALUMNIThe
cases where VA
in the
tory broad Jump. has !
not already received 'x. j1 j1h
In the sprints, Central's That card should be one. Miami Chapter of the Howard }y ;
Tony Turner won the 100 and returned University Alumni As- > #,
promtly to VA
440 in 10 flat and 49.8. His them. by those receiving sociation will hold its regular 'it q

strong effort in the final 50 meeting on Tuesday, March 31 f
I yards overtook Gables' Duane The number of TC patientsCCCCCCCCCCCCCCQol at 1700 NW 30th St., at 8:30: p.m.ccccccccccccccr .t,
Caldwell who finished third behind
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Curley's fine freshman, :< i! ;c R\ -I f
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James Jones, who ran 51 flat !
Turner's 440 yard time took ig;
the county record, 50.3, from :<<", 4% .
Edison's Gary Pinder. WANTEDDEAD ?., .
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HAYS SURPRISES 'It

In the 800 and sprint relays, I it.i-t. ....; "
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snap nearly a second off Edi .,.ri.f"J".__ ._.... ..
son's 880 tn. R '" _, ,"'I .." .:" .... ..', u U'i record set last year. OR
Brown turned the anchor leg ALIVE Admission Friday $1.50 SAT. and SUN. $2.00
in 22.2 and then came back
with a 49.8 ((440)) anchor in the
sprint medley relay as the SUNDAY MATINEEKiddies'
Rama edged I Edison in 159.: The
former record was 2001. $5,000 REWARD
r Easter Parade

Shot By Store"Guard 1 Fabulous Show for
; '
Wins $35,100Damages [ To, the person or persons that can'prove irOo p.M."ro'
that' 'the BOWERY does not 'have' the' Featuring:_The Drifter, Frank DuDolso

ches Bobby Marshall'and many,
Shot by security kuard and following: many
his suit ruled out of court two CASH PRIZES FOR THE THREE

years shoplifter ago,was a suspected awarded grocery$35,100 The Swingingest Suot in Town

damages this week by a Dade 2 Bands 6 Nights a Week !
Circuit
Court Jury.
The verdict was (handed to e One of the Lowest Liquor Prices in,
Judge Lucien C. Proby Jr., was
entitled to nothing and Issueda Town !. I >'
summary Judgment for Fred '
Weller Grocery. i The Finest Barmaids in Miami
The District Court of Appeals,
which ordered the Jury trial, i Two (2) Floors of Entertainment: 1.a
said a question as to whetherthe \ \
guard, Arthur Mathis, was | EVERY NIGHT OF THE WEEK
workink for the grocery or for :...-...;. \'J.
himself under a Brownsville 2 BANDS AND DANCING *;2"-#*.., !
Patrol Service contract with
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the grocery was a' "triable No Admission Charge Monday, -Tues d Sy, Wedn-ftcTaV. t
1s'sue."b'
"Gtegg,;, musician,night club NOW APPEARING { ( l
entainer* and ., dancer, denied
taking'1a: .:27-cent Jar of garlic FROM NYC i i \ | ""
salt wWth/waVrt! among I NASSAU"A
Lewis i
Count QuartetteFROM
purchased'groceries: in his bag.J. .
Spence andilL:-{ Beckham, +1; +
his attorney, 'told the' Jury that CHICAGO \ u j .. ..

Mathis and was working for in the thegrocery Coffe ,House Boys ..y i 1Y iiieni. JAM Year

back of his aright th gh Feb. Hootenanny Hoots $ .tr.: \\u: I* \ I

1, 1961. ..-- ..cf'I1.'JC, "p,.tl A'At Easter :
Gregg had been collared by FROM SIR JOHN . 1 "i4;t<(iit i ,I' the who called the 1
t manager, > ) -
guard from an automobile park Woody Gree I trfcTJff1; ( CASII'PIUZES( : 'FUR nlE THREE BEST ,
ed near the grocery, at 2691
NW 54th St. As Mathis approached "
For Reservations Call
Gregg broke and ran MIAMI'S OLDEST NITE CLUB
ignoring the guard's warning .. .
shot, Mathis testified. ZISSEN'SBOWERY,. '

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f Invite You to Easter Services; Attend Your a ChurchST. I



JAMES AME CHURCHRev. NEW PHILADELPHIA BETHLEHEM BAPTIST: MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.


J. B. Blacknell, pastor 915 NW 62nd St. 1475 NW 58th Terr. PAGE 10 SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1964 I
Rev. P. B. Wiggins, pastor .
reporter
Bert Cooper, The worshipplnk public is invited

The festival of the Christian to Easter Sunrise Serviceat Mrs. M. T. Hopkins, reporterThe
pastor, officers and mem GRACE PRESBYTERIAN TRANSFIGURATIONFather
church commemorating the the church Sunday morningat bers take this way of thankingeach

resurrection of Jesus Christ 6:30: a.m. Services will begin and everyone who made 6895 NW 14th Avenue Elisha S. Clarke, Vicar

will be fittingly observed withan promptly at that hour. our Men's Day such a great Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor Our Palm Sunday services
Easter sunrise service at success, financially and spiri- Our Easter Dawn service will were highlighted with A Pas

5:30: a.m. After this service a I The senior and junior choirs tually. Ue at ,{5 a.m. this Sunday sion Cantata, titled "The Storyof
breakfast will be served by shall render special music for morning. Text for the the Cross," Brown renderedby

I Stewardess Board No. 2. I the occasion. The Rev. William Special thanks to Rev. A. M, message will be: "Fear Not, 1 the choir. Soloists: Sopranos,
H. Washington shall delivera Griffin for a soul stirring ser am The Living One, And I June Farquaharson and Alison

This commemoration of Eas very special sermon entitled mon. Also special thanks to Have the Keys of Death and Clarke; Altos: Eadron Andrews

; ter will continue with the 11 "Sunrise at Dawn." Rev. J. B. Woodley and his con Hades." Rev. 1:1718.At : and Sheila Clarke, also the

a.m. and 6:30: pin. services. gregation.The the 11 o'clock service, the Breaking of grounds cermony
You are invite worship with us At the 11 o'clock service a will be "Dry Bones," for our new church at 4 p.m.,
is welcome to attend message
public -
Easter is also
the special program with the
keeping alive memoryof procession beginningat
Book of Ezekiel 37:3.
from the :
Both choirs shall render Easter program at 3 p.m.
Christ on Calvary.The planned. the Vicarage. The Very Rev.
I special selections. The dynamic Sponsors: Mrs. Mamie Williams At 7:30: pm. the Sunday School Frank L. Titus, Dean of the
funeral of Mrs. Re- and singing gospel and Mrs. Corine Kendrick will present its annual Easter Miami Deanery officiated with

becca Strickland was held on preacher, Rev. Washington will program. Father Clarke assisting. Both
Thursday afternoon. Mrs. sing especially for the occa- We were delighted to have services were well attended.We .
will be in atten-
Strickland who died at Kendall sion that old time Easter fav- Our pastor Rev. E. Hutcheson Jr. and the are proud to say construc-
Hospital, was one of the oldest orite "Jerusalem." Then at 6 dance this week at First Bap- Youth Chorus of the Children's tion of the church in underway.The .

members in the church. The p.m. the Philadelphians will tist Church of Brownsville for Home of Kendall with us last public is cordially invitedto

entire church extends sympa- present an Easter play called I the Ministers and Deacons Sunday evening. The servicewas worship with us at any time.

thy to the family.ANTIOCH i "The First Easter." Union of Florida East Coast inspiring in message, music
'
Churches. ,and fellowship. SHADY GROVE' CHURCH
Baptist
.I Remember' Come to Grace.

CHURCHRev. JT'.a.I..JT..JT..JT.rr.rr..I1'.J1'.1Y..JT"jTjy.I.lliY iY IT '..... lI'"jIjyjy..JT.lT.IT. riririr.iTL: :. : ... irigw.irir.grJn Rev. D. Clayton, pastor
Gloria Cherry, reporter

O. W Foster, pastor Shady Grove cordially invites
Bro. Casey Graham, reporter APP unbag you to attend its church ser-
Inn a.rl1ttrt
The pastor is still expectingall vices Sunday. Rev G. H. Mit-
adult singers who can to chell took charge of the ser-

him to the First vices. For the morning mes-
accompany .. .. .. "1.1'.1.'I.(IrIrJ.rJ.rJ.r.l.r'J.r'.J.f'Ir.l.' J.{.I.rI.J.r.l.\
Baptist Church of Brownsville VE"Ir'FIM"Jr'Xf'JrIrFIrXf'xrxrIrll"J.r: : I.!riot J.rJ! J! sage his text was taken from

Sunday morning at 10:30: to CHURCH OF OPEN DOOR ZION HOPE BAPTIST SALTER'S CHAPEL I Matthews 27:13: his theme was
"Not Witness"
render service.We a In the even-
Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastor 5129 'NW 17th Ave. Rev. H. J. Denson, pastor service his thme was "A Good

will have Easter Sunrise Mrs. A. E. McNeal, reporter Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor Flossie Marshall, reporterWe Soldier". Rev Daniels was the

Service on Sunday at 4:30: a.m. Hosanna: Hosanna! Blessed is The No. 1 choir would like all hope that everyone enJoyed visiting mlnlsteiJr' the Ministersand
The ush-
No. 2 choir and No. 2
he who comes in the name of thank the various choirs our Palm Sunday service working
will render services this to
time.ers at the Lord. It's an historic occa- that rendered services for, We are hoping to see our Faster under the jurdlstlon of the
sion indeed because the mem- bers and friends Sunrise Great Union Baptist Associa-
The Easter will be held them on Friday night. Special
play tion will convene at Shady
bers and faithful friends of the Sunday at 4:45: a.m. All vie-
Charlie
thanks Rev.
to
Sunday at 3 p.m. at the church Grove, March 26-29 all are welcome .
Eas- ;
Church of the Open Door will friends at Sunrise Service
also the Easter Egg Hunt willbe Smith and his congregation.You .
begin worshipping in their itors are welcome to Join "us.
on Monday at 4 p.m. at the are invited to attend the
church for the children. new sanctuary at the early Sunrise services on Sunday at The Junior Choir and Junior MT. SINAI BAPTIST
morning service Easter Sundayat Missionary Department a r, e
4:30: a.m.MOST.
Monday night Mrs. Canon'sward '
6 a.m. promptly. There will planning a wonderful programthe 1419 NW 5th Place
will sponsor a Fashion also be the regular 11 a.m. ser second Sunday at 3 p.m. in
\ Show at the church. Time 8 ._ Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor
vice in the new edifice We HEART
p.m. This is in the behalf of SACRED April. Special Sunrise service will
our Woman's Day observance. are all waiting for this great Sister Willie Thorpe is still be held at 5:30: a.m. Sunday.
Pray for and visit the sick. occasion. The formal dedica- (American Catholic) shut in at home and also Rev. The choral groups will participate
tion will be announced at '.a 4718 NW 31st Ave. M. C. Johnson is at Kendall and Rev. Randolf Thompson -

MACEDONIA BAPTISTRev. later date.Members. The faithful in and around Nursing Home and let us not will deliver the message.

are asked to bring the Brownsville ,'attend re Roscoe Jackson, pastor flowers as usual to the churchu Invited to t h- e for them. Adults 75 cents; children 35

Sister Netta Kelly, reporter be ble s'd. IPPIO will bo an Easter service which Is as fol- Oh still talking: about cents. Sponsors are the BTU
are
Festal Mass we
lows. 11 High
3165 NW 56th St. Easter Egg Hunt Monday a.m. Donald the great coming event whichis and the Missionary Society.
We wish to thank Rev. W. M. afternoon, March 30 on the and sermon. Very Rev.
the Men's Day on the fourth
Anthony will be. the celebrantand The public is invited to\ en-
Bouyer and church grounds from 4 to 6
congregation of ,In Bro. Cleo Ranking
Sunday: April. this
preacher., Sermon th.eme: Joy wonderful presentation -
Pahokee for the fine services for the young people. :
very '
chairman Thomas
"Death-Wths 'Death Loses.; i Bro. with usTheEasterpro.
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Each the week
t they rendered In behalf night during Frederick co-chairman.
of the helping Hand Clubs the Senior High Fellowshipwas Mrs. Jacquelyn Frazier Anthony "
,
I in organist. gra ;p: will be
First anniversary. charge of the servicesin MORRIS TEMPLE presented in BTU SUnday at
Our revival will begin Mon- observance of Holy Week 5.30: p.m.

day after the second Sunday in There are many beautiful ST. PETER'S CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST

April and closing out Friday useful and appropriate articleson 6900 NW 18th Ave. TEMPLE BAPTISTThe
night after the third Sunday, display in gift shops in the (American Catholic)
April 1324. Rev. S. L. I Educational building stop, by. 1811 NW 4th Court The church will be In a Sunday School will

of Jacksonville will after services. The faithful are cordially invited blessed consecration service sponsor a dinner sale Saturday,
evangelist. All are Easter morning at sunrise 5 at the home of Mrs. Eva
Gageu// A sincere welcome to all to attend the following Gibson
come and hear this great worshippers. Easter services of the above o'clock at the Liberty City Pro '1838 NW 5th Pl., beginning

of God. church: 5 a.m. High Festal Sun ject auditorium, 14th Ave. >and at noon. Donation one dollar.
63rd St. Do want to be Sunrise service
you
begins 5
rise Mass and sermon; 9 a.m. a.m.
GAMBLE MEMORIAL blessed? God is able. Come The
RIDGEWAY CHURCH High Mass and sermon. Very see Easter message will
Rev. Morris. Prof. Cecil Blair be delivered
CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST Rev. Donald Anthony will be ,
OF GOD OF PROPHECY 1908 NW 5th Ave. the celebrant and preacher at guest soloist. Free prizes given ing service withnthehNo one
Bishop R. B. Davis, pastor away. Please' listen to Morris Choir rendering appropriate
Elder J. C. Jackson pastor'Sis both masses.
Elder H. L. Cox, reporter Temple live broadcast Sun anthems.
"Insurrection
Sermon there:
M.
L Easter greetings. The Cooper, reporter day 10 to 10:30: Service
pastor Adlam's p.m.
Last Monday night at the and Resurrection. The children will
and members present
at the begins at 8 Sunday
I church extend an Easter Ridgeway Tgreet-I home of Mother Gussie Gamble E-flat mass ,will be rendered by night. You are p.m.welcome.every their Easter cantata at 5:30:

ing to all. We would like for "An Evening of Enjoyment"was the Cathedral Choir, JosephDavis p.m. The 'feature of the occas-

you to come and worship with held in honor of and as a ,organist.. sion will be at 7:30 when the No.

us during these memorial ser- farewell to Sis. Lula Thomas. CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP I one Choir, with Deacon un.-ijt.P: :

I, 'vices. Jesus had died who has been a member of this burn directing and Mrs v.
years that and many church for many years and is MT. ZION CHURCHRev. 743 NW 5th Ave. Strachan at the organ, will
ago so men wo-
; now leaving us to make her Invites you to worship withus render a number of Easter
men everywhere be Green 'pastor
E.
might H.
save ,
ed. home in Detroit. We will miss each Sunday., also plan now anthems. The No two Choir
Sis. Thomas Evelena Glenn, repor erOpaIocka to bring or send children Brother C. Ambrose director
wish
The pastor will but we the Fla. your ;
) preach special best of everything for 'her. to our'Easter exercises at 3 p.m. the male chorus and the youth
subject at these Mt. Zion
services and it On the last Sunday choir
will
also
Hear them recite and also
sing participate in
,
will do ,hearts Wednesday night there was The
your good to held its annual Men's Day. this annual
at 8 grand with event.
p.m. a program
hear him. Also an appreciation program for
on Sunday at male chorus sang wonderfulall
3:30: you are invited to come our assistant pastor, Elder Ira day. During the ,morning plenty freshments.Sis. of Easter. eggs and re- You are invited to spend the

I I and be with in our Easter McCall, to express our grate- service Rev. W. E. Sims of New day at Temple
Juanita Page
program d recte Sister fulness to him for the many reporter
by services that he has Hope Missionary Baptist Minister< G. G. Fann, pastor
f' Blossom Davis. See you in rendered Church preached at 3 p.m. Rev. ST. BARNABAS CHURCH
: ,
church Sunday.FRIENDSHIP. us: Davis of Hurst Chapel, Perrlne
There will be an Easter ser- and A. Smith Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor
at 7 pm. Rev BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMiss
vice at our church Mrs. S.
M. Sunday Dawkins reporter
BAPTIST of Mt. Zion all brought to' us
r Rev. J. E. Jenkins morning. You are invited to Betty Keogan memberof
pastor very powerful messages. This The 41st Annual. :
Conference
Ruby Lee Carr come out and worship withus the Spiritual Assembly of the
reporter Men's Day was the best yet at of the Wesleyan' Methodist
Sunday our pastor is expected on this occasion. YOU are Mt. Zion. Baha'i Assembly of Miami, will Church? .convened- St. Bar-

to'deliver the Easter sermon also welcome to attend our Bro. Robert Thomas, the lead the discussion at the nabas March 4-8. with the Gen

t 1: We hope you will be thereto Easter the services later during chairman extended his thanks Baha'i Center, 137 NW 11th eral! Superintendent Rev. E.

hear him. Come to church day and appreciation to everyone Ave., 8 p.m. Sunday, March'29. E. Newbold. Rev. J. R. Evans,

Sunday. In behalf of our pas- who helped in any way to make Her subject will be: "The Rev. Kirk Culmer, from the

\ tors, officers and members we SHILOH BAPTIST the day a success. Total raised Meaning of Resurrection." The Bahamas., On account of illness,

wish you all a Happy Easter. Rev. A. M. was 150143. public'' is cordially invited to'attend ScvAl en of Key West was
I'" Griffin pastor Easter Sunrise service will ; phone secretary, FR are praying for him.
t: ST. LUKE CHURCH Sis. C. M. Miles, reporter be held at, 5:30 p.m. Sunday 1-5420, for further information.
We would like Special thanks '
to take this tp the Rev.n .
'I, Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor time to thank our two young vice morning.at 11 Regular o clock.morning Both choirs ser L. Thompson of Temple

," Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporter ministers, Elder W. Butler and will sing. At 6.30: the Eas- Easter at KendallThere Baptist and Canon C. Cooper

1 The, public is cordially invited Elder E. Ross for their soul ter program will p.m.be presented.Plan whotvisitted African Orthodox
to our Sunrise Service beginning stirring sermons delivered pn and helped to make
all services will
to attend Sun
be Easter
an Sunrise
our conference
last a
' at 4:30: a.m. Both senior Sunday. success.
I r,, choirs and both boards Easter Sunrise Services will day. service at the Dade County -
.. Children's Easter Sunrise
these service
Home
at Kendallon will
'1 will serve at serv& begin at 5 a.m. Sunday morn- WEST INDIAN CHURCH Sunday.Among tegjn at 4:30: .
") Breakfast will be after ing. Everyone is invited t to cordially invited.Ouroupasator
. '/' the participants will
service. come and worship with us. Catholic) was at his best ,
be Sunday, We
members of the are
,
staff and
t\ The Sunday School will present Our Easter program will be 3020 NW 50th St. several'of the, children praying for him..r ..
) ) J its annual Easter\ program 3 p.m. Sunday. Come see and Having recently received

\r":r"0. .' at 5 p.m. at :1790 NW 55th St. hear our little'ones.. her charter of Incorporation at Supervisor Alfonso Williamswill Mrs. Julia Ty163 and Mrs.

I ,":I':'. All participants are asked to Mother Ethel Smith is 111 at Miami, will unveil the same on extend Easter greetings. Susie Johnson ,are shut-in. We
" please be on time. Mrs. A. L. home, let us visit and pray for Easter 'at' '6:30: p ni. You are The Easter message will be delivered wish them'a 'speedy .recovery.

Collins, director; Herbert Am- her and all the others who are Invited. Very Rev. Dean N. A. by Rev. Ernest Hutcheson The Junior Church with Its
organist Mrs.
mons, superintendent. w. Derrick, rector. Jr. The public is invited. nished music on C. Sunday.Gardner, fur-




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100 Youths Begin THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. !

3UC1AL 3BI.UK11 X I SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1964 PAGE 11

Job Training In DadeYou .

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The second 'group of 100 Dade i Symposium Planned on '
Have A Right To County youths will be starting
I
Job training under the sponsor-
Know It ship of the Manpower Develop. ___u.r "Changing Neighborhoods"AnsM
I
ment and Training Act programat
I
.
I'would like to know if Lindsey Hopkins Vocational .. yea*er H'ft rv* ap er
Q: of
Not long after the turn I
School thVo j'.ish"
: on Monday, March 30 of American Committee
any Civil Service Examinations said Harry L. Tyson, Miami year, postmen began delivering at Sweeting'sEstate I in co-sponsorship
will be given soon? (T.D.) Metropolitan Area Manager for millions of tax withholding with the Department of Chris.
ULA: Yes! On March 18 1064 the Florida State Employment statements to working people, tian Social Concerns, Greater
we received an announcement Service. or people who have worked In Miami Council of Churches ,
1963. It takes a little more effort and the Miami Chapter of the
from the United States Civil Tyson said
that the youths the of the self-em. The public is welcome to
on part National Association for the Advancement
Service Commission Board of will meet at 8 a.m., In the ployed person to find out what attend the Easter Sunrise Ser of Colored People
U S. Civil Service Examiners, schools auditoriums to hear his earnings were. He does this vice that will be held Easter will sponsor a Symposium
Veterans Administration Hos P. W. Seagren, Director of when he assembles the morning; at 5:30: a.m. on theSweeting's
Coral Gables Adult 2148 Monday, March 30, 8 p.m., at
pital, announcingthe Technical and Voca- figures for his Federal Incometax Estate, N. W. the Assembly Room of the Du-
Electrician Plant Operator tional Education for the Dade 4th Street, Fort Lauderdale
return. Pont Plaza Hotel, featuring
(steam) and Food Service County School System makean Florida. a
unique and provocation Audi-
The two forms for the ;'self-
Worker. If you are interestedin indoctrination talk concert
any of these positions, ning how the training that they employed are Schedule C, for Music will lie given by the ence Participation Program.

please contact the Urban are about to take will help them business or professional work Dillard High School Choral "Changing neighborhoods .
League before March 30. prepare for an occupation that and Schedule F for farm or II Ensemble under the directionof how its puellng problems affect
will enable them to become agricultural income. The Social Mrs. Rhoda Sneed. you and your community", will
Q:_,Are there opportunitiesfor self-supporting citizens in the Security Administration is con be the subject; participant Include I
training as a Registered community. cerned with some of the information The Easter message will be I : Dr. John Brown, projects
Nurse in Miami? (T.H.) contained on these tax delivered by the Reverend chairman, CORE; Edwin
ULA: Training that would Tyson said that the first forms. By law, any selfemployed Richard Thlgten. pastor of Tucker, executive director
group of youths are now ready person who nets over $400 St. James AME Church in Fort Dade County Urban Renewal
one to become Regist
certify Nurse : be a to move into the second phaseof per year must report this Income Lauderdale. The Easter Sun- Agency; Dr. George Simpson;
ered can acquired at the program In wr.ich they for social security pur- rise service will be broadcastover the Rev. John K. Kiernan pas
the Miami Dade County 'Junior will be given specialized: train- poses and pay the social security station WRDB from 6-7 tor Holy Redeemer Catholic
College, Jackson Memorial ing in occupational fields of tax in addition to the Incometax a.m. Easter Sunday morning. Church; Moderator, William Mil
Hospital, and the University of work such as electronic technician payable. And It is on the ler, executive committee, department -
Miami. auto mechanic, auto body basis of these reports that the Dr. Sweeting will be on handto of Christian Social
repairman, (Diesel mechanic, greet every one with a Concerns, Council of Church
his
Q: I would like to know if self-employed person earns
aircraft engine mechanic, air special Easter blessing. Coffeo will be served $1.50
there State Scholar- social security credit.
are any conditioning and refrigeration per person Guests are invited
ships avallble In the State of Breakfast will be1 served to
mechanic, commerical cooking, The Social Security Administration -
Florida. NFM
( )
all. .JfiJ
drafting upholstering, television urges all selfemployed '
ULA The State of Florida I The drawings for the FAMU
three and radio production, people to complete their will be held Friday
offers types of scholar-
general machine operation and 10C3 tax return before the nigh. The trials end some
,. ship: (1)) The Lewis Scholar- general clerical occupation.This April 15 deadline. Be early this than It does In April, but a delay final events will be held Satur
ship, ((2)) The Representative It takes much time
I yearl more day morning beginning at 01
Scholarship, and ((3)) The Sena after April 15, may mean
second group will spend and money to process a late The final will begin at
torial Scholarship. The first two the first ten weeks at the tax return than an early one. payment a penalty In addition f.m.m. Saturday for track and
are fore students training to school in pre-vocational training .I Time itself costs no more now to the taxes due. I fled events.
teach, and the third, for those In five board field of work I I

training for State or local gov- with two weeks being: devotedto
erment work. If you are inte- each area of mechanicalwork /
rested in obtaining a State electrical and electronic Tonight at Roosevelt Savings10,000

Scholarship, you should write repairing, machining and fabri-
the State Department of Edu- cating, aircraft repair and maintenance .
cation at Tallahassee for: more service trades and
information and application office occupations.
forms.
Tyson added that we are now
Q: To a great extent, your starting to recruit 100 unem-
success in obtaining a job depends ployed youths for the third ses-
upon the impression you sion of this training which will

make on your prospective em- start on June 1, 1904. ,
ployer. Your personal appear-
ance contributes largely to this Tyson advises any youth between ., t'J2
,
impression; ,so, lf;,,ygu axe not the ages of 16 and 22 \"',, "' .'tltI, "':!fM'E'II" "\ rA. > .'';.., ,
:'I years who is interested In tak- I "" C. M A I a' ,
dressed!t properly, If you can'tspeak < ,
"
ing this valuable trainingto k
/
very umU''Mr. ,
t,; ;' '(< :-i !
if
clearly, or even your F "
contact any of the local ?.na gp,3wYxtJ/waw wnontrt+. wua liv... ,rwara.a.rrw.. ..-.., Mw4 1
hair is not combed, in all prob-- offices of the Florida State Em.
ability you will not get the Job, ployment Service or call 377.2411 :

no matter how qualified you for information. Also, a weekly GREEN STAMPSAWARDED
allowance will be paid to those
are.Q: What is the Junior young people 19 through 21 I..

Achievement Program (SL). year, but at the present time I
ULA: The Junior AchIeve- those below 19 years will not r
ment is a nationwide "Learn-by receive an allowance.

doing," practical, economic _education FR E'E'
program in which high I '
school students organize and SINCE 1948 ,
I
manage their own small scale ., "". .
businesses under the guidanceof For Quality Building J':I'f1I I\j \
adult advisers from business \

and industry. If you are interested PL 1.3604 I I

Livingston in the program, executive, contactMr. director AT 7 PM-IE HERE-YOU MAY BE A WINNER I j

of the Junior Achievement Miami 1ftv axle c& Just visit Roosevelt Savings any time prior to award to enter your name. No trans
Greater -
of
His Program office is located at Stay action necessary. Three big prizes in Green Stamps, redeemable for merchandise I

80A Biscayne Boulevard, FR of your selection. \


3-0859.. I would like to attend tor 050 account ',
the account ;
University of Miami but I LOT OWNERS! Green stampS 2&0 I It
What 00 tor account
don't have enough funds. Stamps '
should I do? (JB) We plan, guide and adrift Green tor s.00 '

ULA: You should contact the our 1500 stamp aid\ and y ,
Your plans or Green p
National Scholarship Service i I 000 d'vldeded quorer\'f\ 'tit\
and Fund For Negro Students, I Custom Built Homo anticipated
6 York 28, (ompou Un.ted. Stales i .
East 82nd St. New Cucrept ".
New York. This supplementary Attract. Addition 4'/% 'from anywhere 1n : 5' Loan "I" ttransfer I"t"
Savings
scholarship fund is designed to Alteration of funds to Roosevelt
financial Quality -
provide supplementary monthoth i
help 'to Negro high school Geed bank financing Free ot eyery the tall I
of the trorh
seniors, trc'9unsellees
: the
agency, who are awarded college bY dividendS
save earn W ,m*T
9atjaQ7aoa
or other scholarships but 9 "
dPfla iB \ttnmt' 100% Integrated saving, Institution
who are unatfle to take advantage B
',of these awards without additional ( (!)((32Uceue4 Q

financial help. (P.S. ROOSEVELTSAVINGS
The primary purpose of the Inamred8M '3

NSS & F for Negro Students Is r s /
to. help academically qualified N.E. TftHi Strt &Lq4JflJq
girls and boys to obtain admis- """' ASSOCIATION;
sion and scholarship help at interracial _

institutions.) -- ;O 6015 M.W.7th Annul,Miami,Florl Phone 754-51.

Q:, I am interested In taking FOR RENTNew ,----------------------,

Air Conditioning and Regrlgera- SjHdtoeNORTH ...... SAVE BY MAILI SEND YOUR CHECK WITH THIS COUPON I
tion.- What should I do? (P. L.) Your accountINSURED I ROOSIVIir SAYINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION ,
ULA: You should contact thflLlndsey MIAMI TEACH MIS I.W.7" AVMM,Mtami( ',flrUCtntlc .. I

Hopkins Education Cen- I ; man, :Attached.. Is rn,check.. In the amount of$,?., '. ,..,Plus open in account" II
ter, 'PR 74311. They will give D-*ok ft..ulritl In the name shown below and send lilt my passbook,slgnalure card,and green".mpt. I
all the information you I
you
up to $10,000by '
need. MICKlNr It&NTALAGaNCY of the I NAME_ -:---- ------.- I

an agency OTHER NAME 'IF JOINT ACCOUNT.,. --..., _- ",.. I
All should be sub- U.S. Government I
questions
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IN MEMORIAM RARGE .

) MEMORIALS -DEATHS; In memory of our dear hus- MRS. REBECCA "'STRICK
.CARDS :., band and father LAND of 1872 NW 68th Terr.,

died March 20. ,She wasa, native -
I .P .of. Quincy, but was well
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. known amon$ the pioneers of
I
: i MlamVhay KUlyed, ,, here since
It PAGE 12 SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1964 :i 1920,, She, fs.r.rvi1ed by her
t Murray -
daughter
M .J and ,a Mrsnda1zane it Murray


: IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn r J a, ? St. :Jam e'AMElChurch.at

lovng memory of our beloved w ra
MRS1'ALIRLEEN CUNNINGHAM
J In loving memory ofMRS. :
of 1719 NW 65th St. died
GARVI JI I
MRS. FRANCENA ;
{
I this life March March 23. She was 'a native of
who departed
p st and well
1 Greenwood, S. C. was
1963.
r 31 Thou, hast gone to the heax- known in Miami, having lived
'; and and worked here for many
God giveth
but
) enly body, years as a beautician. Her
God taHeth
away. .
J); survivors Include two brothers -
In deep sadness31Mfs. : "< 11 *.. Alec and Booker T. Wal-
Rosa Garvin, ILJt .
daughter-in-law : lar and two sisters, Daisy Shi-
rod and Bertha Thrash. Ser-
"
Frank Garvin, son : $
\ I vices Saturday at 11 a.m. at
and CynthiaRafi "
Zada Garvin
Bethel AME Church.
Greater
", I ; '
grand children < "
.
I.t ,'
ANTHONY J. JOHNSON
IN MEMORIAMIn .' TRESVANT of 1759 NW 76th
,
: -
Terr. died March 23. lie wasa
Oaf ,
sad but loving memory of _1<.-...
TED LAWRENCEwho native Miamian and a tenth
our dear brother, ha n t l;orMrs. Elizabeth Houston, 1430 departed from this life on grade student at Northwestern -
.L'\Iw.\G9th St., died on Monday March 25, 1958. High School. His survivors
Q, nmg after some weeks illness He Is igone but not forgotten include, his mother, Mrs. Pauline
at the' Jackson Hospital Never will his memory fade, Malcom; four sisters, three
Mrs. Houston, a very pleas- Loving thoughts will forever brothers, aunts, uncles and
t .F ant person was a native of Linger in, the home that he other relatives Services Saturday
{ Georgia. She came' to Miami In made. at 1:30: p.m. at the Holy
1941 and has lived here ever Mrs.. Carrie Lawrence, wife Ghost Church of God, 357 NW
since.' And Children 22nd Lane.EUGENE.
She was a member of Mt.

GERTRUDE DAVIS Tabor Baptist Church, Rev. I IN MEMORIAM McCARY of '11850
I who passed to the Great Beyond P. S. Brown, pastor. Also a SW 216th St., Goulds, died on
Maroh 28, 1962. Gone, but member of the Golden Age Club. March 20. He Is survived by
not forgotten. Services will be held'' Satur- his mother, Mrs. Majina, as
". The Family day afternoon at 2 o'clock. Albert well as other relatives. He will
Mrs. Mary Covington, Funeral Home directing. be shipped to Montgomery, Ala.
1 i' daughter Surviving are five daughters. for final rites and burial Fri-
1 Mrs. Ruby Jones, daughter Mesdames Eva Mae Chapman, ;q" w- 4 day night. He Is presently in
'June, Jake and Mack Davis Corrine Manning, Luella Black, 46'M( repose in the funeral home.
ti sons Laura English, Aruella Black,
II;I Mrs. Margie Davis, of Detroit; a son, Alfred, Sara- FELLIE McCALL of 1309
.. daughter-in-law sota; four sisters, MesdamesAda + v NW 55th Terr., died March 25.
Tom Covington, Williams, Brooklyn; Arsina a r"t 1 He was a native of Dublin,
son-in-law r, qr Bailey, Alice Oxford, Lakeland, ,Ga., having lived here since
\, Bennie Jones, Jr. + 4 M' Ga.;, Henrietta Jones, Valdosta, '1932. He Is'survived' by 'a son,
r son-in-law Ga.; and two brothers, Bonney s Wallace, a daughter, Nathedna,
And Grandchildren __.. ___, U" .' Gaines Lakeland' ; Ga.; and P. ,g' yes four grandchildren: four sisters -
Y MR. MOSES D. HARRY R. Gaines{ of Miami. Also 15 r Mattle Gray, Nina Bethel,
l grandchildren and seven great q
Lizzie Justice and Annie Mae
who departed this life March 3 ;
I CARD OF THANKSThe grandchildren Branham. Arrangements are
28, 19C3. Gone, but not forgotten -
incomplete.
family of the late .
,
Sisters: IN MEMORIAMIn ALEX
Mrs. Mamie B. Thomas GARDNER of 350
Mrs. Lillian Tyson loving memory of my dear NW 15th St., apt. '1, died March
Mrs. Johnnie Mae Green husband, 25. He was a long time resident -

Mr. Benjamin P. Harry, ._ of Miami and, was a mem*
,son 0 ber of St. John's Institutional
y .l.lr Baptist Church. He Is survived -
by this wife, Lurenla. two
CARD OF THANKSMrs. In memory of r
I LYDIA JANE HILL sons, Frank, Charles and their
:b Katherine Bell wishesto wives, a sister, Mrs. Mary
thank the many friends for who passed to life eternal on Barlow of Selma, Ala; six
kindnesses shown her duringher March 10, 1958 grandchildren, several nieces
; hour of bereavement following Her suffering ended with the and nephews as well as''other

the passing of her hus-: k day, relatives. Arrangements, are In
band, Yet lived she at its close complete.
I II And breathed the long, long
I \ night awayIn TOM ALLS, JR., of ,4831 NW
L- J'' statue-Uke repose. 20th Ave., passed March 25. Mr.
4 but when the sun in all his Alls a native of Jennings, Fla.,
state had resided In the Miami area
., Illumed the eastern skies, since 1944. He Is survived by
$ She passed through Glory's his wife, Mary; a daugther, Ela-
"I'a' A Rth "tr morning ;gate ine; two stepdaughters, Mmes
I!: H<' And walked in Paradise. Mattle Hood and Lillle Foster;
'!dr.t1ft: W; C. Bethel, son one stepson, Henry Hood; a
.rGw a Enid Rahmings, daughter .niece, Annie Green. Arrange-

DORSEY GREENE 'DEACONWLLIE", GLEN Ellen Welch, daughter ments are 1pcomplete.L
I McGETH rf
Who died March 9, 1964, wishto
take this method of express ., who'depiarted' this life one year IN MEMORIAM
ing sincere thanks and appreciation ago 'March, 27, 1963. CARD OF THANKSThe
to the many friends The vacant space in my heart In memory of our dear '
and neighbors who were so Can never ,be filled mother, family of the lateJ0SE'lit
kind during the hours of be- May God who share my sorrow MRS. PEGGY HALL FRANKLIN STURRUPwhoode
reavement. Special thanks to comfort me. who passed away March 28 : brtfdJ this life March
Rev. W. J Macon, pastor, offi- Mrs. McGeth, wife 1959. 'I 3,._l9641' ,wish.\ to f express' heartfelt
cers and members of First We loved her but God loved neighbors-. preciatlon to'our
Baptist Church of Bunche her best. J'cJ") many fri-
Park. Our sincere thanks and CARD OF THANKS Mrs. Ruth ''Williams, ends for being se)' kind to us

I appreciation to you for your The of the : daughter! at the passing of our loved
cards family late Alfred Hall.Vson; < one Thanks for the cards, let-
flowers
donations cars, food, and,'other telegrams kind .t ISHMAEL CASH ROLLE Irvin Hall "son'1' "" 1i, .ters; telegrams flowers and'other

deeds rendered. Special grati- MR.: ELLIS .BELL:: Wish S Hto express heartfelt Robert Williams, son-in-Iaw kindnesses shown us.
tude to Range Funeral Home Special thanks' to' the .Rext, thanks to relatives, friends Special thanks to Father
"
its E. his servk :and rltlelgh prsJor cards, floral Theodore Gibson, the Bethell-
for courteous, kind and ef- T. GFraham for eJ Wllllams Funeral
IN MEMORIAMIn Home
: ; wonwriofjisympathy and ,
ficent services.
May the Lord's ,
Knights of and the
other Pythias
kindnesses during
"richest of blessing rest upon each IN MEMORIAMIn Its bereavement. Special shown everlasting memory of Odd Fellows. *

," you. memory of .. thanks to Rev. L. A; Thomp.son .- our darling mother, The FamilyCARD
ELLEN ALI URY
Henrietta Greene Temple Baptist Church
,
MRS. DAISY FERGUSON
And Family who passed to life eternal on the Oliver Cornet 'Band of 25 whom, 1940.God called home March OF THANKS
1 which he was a member: the
March 24, 1961,
Her suffering ended with I the Francis 'Funeral Home, Revs. Sweet are the memories that We, the family of the late,
CARD OF THANKSWe day, Harold" Brown, .Thomas, Rolle never fade ROSCOE MATCHETT
and- L. Of one we loved but could not wish to thank
Yet lived she at Its closes : : Johnson. the many
the family of the late And breathed the long, long Mrs. Clotilda Rdlle. ?;wife A 1 save, friends, neighbors and rela-
smile and
loving
t I MARGARET WILDGOOSE I night way The, Family, .. ". ", face a happy tives for cards, telegrams, letters
who departed this life February : I In statue-like repose. .. .. c "and flowers sent to us during -
I 27, 1964 wish to express But when the sun In"all his A broken link we can never re- our bereavement. Special
t heartfelt thanks and gratitude state, IN MEMORIAM place.Always. thanks to Independent Life Insurance
t to our neighbors and many Illumed the eastern skies l,r, *' In our hearts Co. and Range Fueral
friends for being ''so kind to She passed through Glory's ,n, In sad but loving memory of The Albury Family Home. May God bless you all.
I k .( us at the passing of our loved morning gate our MRS.dear mother JOHNSONwho and:aunt The Family
I one. Thanks for the cards and And walked In 'paradise .- OLIVIA CARD OF THANKS
4 flowers, special thanks to Fr. Quel L. Ferguson, husband departed this'. life" i Maroh '
Lambert Sands and Francis Rodney and duel J r'l. sons 15, 1963. The family of the late, the Jolllettes Club .M, any
Funeral Home. Wanda and Desiree, dauthtera -! Gone, but not forgotten. EARVIN BRYANT thanks for the card,,telegram
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Sleep on, dear mother and take thanks the many f r 1 e n da, cars food, donations and floral
,, John A. Ford, nephew William and Mary Delancy, your rest. neightors, pastor, officers and tributes received
Yvette Ford, grand niece parents :" We love you, but, :God loves members: of, Trinity CME hour of bereavement.during our. ..L
Ivy Ford, grand niece Estelle Brown, sister'. you best. fc Church; special thanks to theo May God bless all of
Lynette Ford, grand niece Pearl Clorle. sister Willword Johnson, sow Range Funeral Home, the The Bryant and"* ,you. ;

Vernon Ford, sisterInlawL. Blllle Delancy, brother The Family Royal 20s Women's Club, and Scheffield .Families '




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1I10HIliDION a V' /THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. ,
ltmHBY' SPjSsto 'f 2060 4
W 3rd Ave.r dlcfl March 18. I SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1964 PAGE:13'' t
Survivors, are his .Wife, Maggie a g f ""* :
>M6&,. a daughter, Annie M. .
and other .relatives.Services )(;,. ,
held Weqn: a
with flclatlng.tj.Itev.."..,tttnprtfi, ,"J Jackson of- NEW HOMES DELUXE FOR LESS FINEST 11"i

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MRS.' MERClBDiv SMITH of 1452 NW 58th Terr. 1044 NW 49th St. 1021 NW 50th St. ,

1831 NW' 6fth St., died March OPEN 3 to 5 }".1\1.

22. Survivors Miss Pearl are Smith three;daughters Mrs. 3 .J largo. v11"bedrooms"tf 2 baths, garage, Forida room, electric:

Lillian! Murry of Cleveland, ? kitchenLargo lots for sale $1,500 up

Mrs Ruth WIIcox, live sons M FOR SALE LOT ON NW 03r ST. 80 FEET ,
of NYC
Franklin ; Lut Her .
bert Jbseph of Pompano, and FOR SALE sAL : ': tf I! FOB SAL13< LOT ON NJ3 152nd TERIt 100 FEET ft/

hbst TndmaS,of grandchildren of Cleveland,, and nlecee e NEW CBS ,house 3-bedroom, 2-BEDROOJ\w.... :j;' Ih'.B I'S Need Money? See Baron JE 8.1340 "1'.
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and nephews. Services will be tile bath, utility; room, carport, '' Lots Homes '
March OX4 0789.. houscioigarage7'Ii'Ja:;; l'oom", all I Mortgages Cash Paid
held 28 at 2
p.m. at convenience, 820 NE 85th St.,
Greater Bethel AME
.. Church. DUPLEX' will submit any offer, owner
like
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MILTON TIMES of 18025 Allapattah business section, desperate., 758-9829.,," ''.

Homestead Ave, Per '1ne, died FHA :mortage, low Interest rate J JFull
March 13. Survivors are h-,1, s goad income property, real 3-ROOM IIOUSE'owner going Brings ,Out.
brother Bluff- ,Ark Clifton Timms of Pine phone,1 landscaped, by owner; North 1428 NW 43 St. Will rent
and other relatives 0353446.NICE '
also.FUL&YJFURN..
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Rich
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J selection of 2-3 bedroom ':- Three ,,bedroom ,
ALBERT homes, some with Fla. rooms, CBS with separate 'gar-
some with 2baths.' FHA or age, awnings, stove, refrigerator HAIRBEAUTY
MRS. EMILY
JOHNSON of bank terms Edison Realty 175 washing machine. $400 pn. /
007 NW 3rd Ave., died March NW 62nd St.PL 12441. FHA terms and seller" pays, All '
19. Her survivors
are husband, '
closing costs. Life Realty, 4932
mother, three brothers, a sis- AS LOW!, as $100 down;, 2-3 bed NW 7 Ave. PL 0-4371. Open
ter and 12 nieces and nephews. room CBS homes. Edison cen- Sundays and evenings. .
Services Saturday In the chapelat ter area. Edison Realty' 175 NW
3 p.m.WILLIE. 62nd St. PL 12141. NO CLOSING COSTS FHA

terms. Enclosed front and rear
NW 1st place J., WESLEY died March, 1560 22. 'DELUXE CBS duplex, wide se porches, separate garage. HouseIs ,
lection.
Graveside services FHA or bank terms. freshly painted Inside and
at Ever- Edison out. Floors refinished { ,.
Wednesday. His Realty 175 NW 62nd St. stove $4
green parents PL 12441. and refrigerator. Price is $9,500,
and other relatives '
survive. $200 down and $77 per month. ]
HENRY REDWINE VERY CLEAN 3-bedroom CBS Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. .
NW 2nd Ave., died March, 1514 20. homes, Fla. room carport, $300 PL 9-4371 Open Sundays and

He is survived by his wife, down! FHA !East of.. the exnresswav evenings. I'I
Mrs. Deotha Redwine, two sis- ; unison Realty 175 '
ters and a brother. Arrange- NW 62nd St. PL 12441. LIVE RENT FREE Beautiful
ments are incomplete. like new CBS duplex, 2-
HOLLYWOOD bedrooms on each side. $450
BEDS R
: piece
down and monthly payment of
IN MEMORIAMIn ton dining Miscellaneous roo m set ohnlr with. class $85 is so low that the rent

memory of the late, I etc 175..NW('hMn: must!:; be sold tables, call Life from Realty one side, 4932 will NW pay 7 It Ave.all., L...clears away ;
EDWARD 62nd
C. SANDS St.
:: ,
PL 9-4371. Open evenings and
who passed this life on March .dandruff worries
23, 1959. -"Pdrnom, bath home 5000 Sundays. '

May the perpetual light NW 18th Ave.; onen 2.5 pm NO QUALIFYING. Like new.
shine upon your soul and may undav. NE 5-8035. Beautiful 2-bedroom CBS with
you rest in peace. 2 full bathrooms. Each bed-
Mrs. Gladys M Sands X70.
MONTHT4Y'paVA all verv has and
its entrance
room own
And Family nice CB5? home could he used Its own beautiful bathroom. Finest Selections In Miami '
a'i :3-bedroom. air conditionedstove Flat tile roof, wall to wall closets -

HELP WANTEDSHOE and refrigerator fenced large built-in kitchen, homes -- "
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nfn. $11,/500) total. awning windows, etc. A bargain Lovely open ,
'SHINE 'BOY Must be WM down. FHA. ohon A "Hen- at $12,500 and $85. month NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ
good, apply in person. Herb's Korl Realtor- night PL 9-5533, Life Realty, 4932 NW" 7 Ave. Term Leis Than Rent
Barber Shop; 12985 NW 7th fRY PL 4-3431. PL 9-4371 Open evenings and 1
Ave. ''lJlJ Sundays. I
NO OUALFYING, gA3 month
BEAUTY operator wanted navs All Lovelv CBS home DOLL ,HOUSE, 2bedroomCBS 3031 NW 69th Terr. .
Ladle's Desire Salon, 1204 NW oak floors awnings, garage Jalousled'' windows, awnings '
62nd St., two buses stop In front walk to bu *' $1200 down move enclosed' back.porch, For people who want the very flneat in new .con.
of door ((14 21)) for informationcall 'n' A. Hen-Karl. n :1ltnr. Night stove and refrigerator. ;Spotless traction. Sunshine Home prevent their 1964

1.7384 69 night M302 days and OX PL 9-5533. day PL 4-3131. I $300 Inside down and and out. $75 Price month.is $9,000 Life, models. Beautiful 3-bedroom, .2 baths, Fla. .room,

DRIVE BY 4747 NW 5th Ave. Realty,' 4032 NW 7 Ave. PL oak floors, tile roof and rara.e.

MAN TO TRAIN for fire and Lovely 3-bedroom CBS awnings, 37. Open evenings and ,
casualty Insurance agency; send arape, fence, tile roof, oak 1Sunda'a.T. { \
floors; $350 down. 13,000-total,' i- I"'l \ 5221 NW 5th Avenue
resume to 1036 SW 1st St. 1 .,
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phone A Ben-Korl c '.;t'; ... '- Iit.r. ..
Universal Underwriters. Realtor; 2 beautiful 1964, ,Sunshine Homes models with 3bedrooms -
Ight PL 9-J 33, poty, PL"4-3131: I,;t 1 MAY'3 w. M.' : 2: baths, ,F).. room, oak floors, til* roof. tr
A CHRISTIAN woman, between "oXzIJ to:' If' .I1v1 f;, VJ tua M1'fattoi'' '
'MODERN 2Mr ? and built-in kitchen.
40-50 years-old to live in CB9 tea .Mlri, ; Doroth3C'' Major, Reporter ,
a.,week oldtftvitb$,tnnnyw \\
with elderly lady for 8:months, !Mother' Nature was very .
;\ \
tures. lnclu411W! ,export :
real
especially at furnished $
night
Sunday so
Palm ,
good ,to' us 280 NW 52nd Street
deal for only:j8R.| :.4 p4thly
bedroom and use of other partsof plus / members of o, u rhbrtth '
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the house, rent free call NE small payment:. 'dtlYevby\lhen!) were} the:tEach.member vfatt ,TO!>-. Lovely CBS -3-bedroom 2. bath, Fla.. room, oak ,
:5-7418. or in person at, 3242 NW call Realty.us. 7750NWr0j PL2BEDROOM$ 9-87707' yefenster -I 'edP according to his''' bf""her 'ffux'llllary j floors, tile roof and 2-car garage, $450 down $86 I
'itfit1t st. of the church.
month. FHA terms.
'i t. Sunrise, service will begin per
home, plus large promptly at 4 a.m. Holy Communion -
.FOR RENT
Fla., room, nicely landscaped will Ue served thruout ,
'FUNRJSHED' apt.!' free' ,lights only $7,000) ; good terms, drive Breakfast following 5245 NW 5th Avenue

and wa ef," .1868 ''NW. 55th, i Terr. by 412 NW 47th St., then callus serveday. Veterans see this beautiful, CBS 3-bedroom> oak

635- .Co* ,.h-_, tb 62n4, Fenster St.".P4 {0-8779.Realty. 1260 NW sunrise service. floors, tile roof and appliances, $600 down, $68 per t ,

'The text will be found in ,month' .
LOVELY 3-bedroo& house .
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"But
1520: '
good neighborhood, appliances, 3-BEDROOM, CBS only 1% First Corinthians .f. I' '
t 4h
partly furnished, $8F monthly, years old: 1bath, no qualify now is Christ risen from first \
PL 9-3443.. ing, move right In; small down dead and become the 3501 NW 208th Terrace

payment. $99 monthly includes fruits of them that, leptf .T CBS., 2-bedroom, tile floors, screened porch, and I
IF YOU are interested in a free everything. Key in office; call us At 3:30supm.tycthlnnday: ; built-in kitchen. No qualifying, $500 down, $79 per _(1
place to'-stay. Please call this on this one. Fenster Realty PL School rcwUflospoiwor it*: Easter
number FR 97415. 9-8779. play 'Mrft.": Bertha, Adderly asks month.'.
bedroom for!'** the'cooperation' of the .'iFHA : .
NICE LARGE ROOMS for rent NICE house; nice location neral.CALVARY.
; church in g resales like CBS 2 3 and 4 bedroom \
VA new ,
,
foot'' and cold water. 174 NW 8th nice landscaping, many
:St:; phone FR 16321. nice features nice, price, only JWT. CHURCH homes near schools end shopping centers, from $100 :.,'
$350 dawn FHA. See it 530 NW down, $60 per month.NEWS "4
::2-NICE ROOMS. Ladies pre- 46th St. Fenster Realty, PL ," Rev. S. ,Atchison, pastor
:ferred. 1961 NW 166th St., Opa- 98779. I ,Constance Carter, reporter .

locka, NA 16115. Sunday at 830: we are
: Easter
BEAUTIFUL 2-bedroom CBSon having baptism This will be a REALTY Inc. f.i
FURNISHED, l-bedroom apt., large corner lot, garage, suit. ..commemorable day, because -
-very
775 NW 69th St. PL 4-0069. able for 3-bedroom home. Only this Is the day on: which\
Adults only.FURNISHED. $400 down FHA drive by, then risen. 1 < 6,
Christ was
call us, 290 NW 53rd St.' Fens (Th. Broker that works for you)

1-bedroom apt., ter Realty PL 98779. i At 3 p.m. we are, having our LOCATION
with yard' and porch; for information .annual Easter program. We will BRAND NEW

call OX 12426. MODERN 3-bedroora CBS !have a very wonderful play 4740 NW 7th .Ave. PL 44)655
Large Fla. room, wall to wall illustrating the resurrection of 1
1 AND 2 bedroom apts., unfur- rugs, large closets, large kit- Jesus Christ. (Open Sunday) k
1X1 nlshed; gulet neighborhood, 7850 chen, awning windows, tile roof, welcome to
NW 12th .Ave.FURNISHED third bedroom has separate en- You are always
Jo trance. Price Is $14.000. 'I OI)() worship at Mt. Calvary at anytime
2-bedroom duple down and $91 .:>'month.X.lft why don't you plan now
furnished 1-bedroom apt., Realty, 4633 cfNW: '7 :Ave.: PL to attend church. Also, let us
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wit' take child up to 3 years 94371.Open, gundaynevenings. gad noV forget our sick and shut- Aa'Times' Ad Can S ell Anything. See UI!
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I :I PAGE 14 SATURDAY MARCH 28, 1964 Florida VI and M Sports r.,. .


" .I r Carnival To Have Olympic FlairThe :


Florida A & M University --
c 14th annual Spring 'Carnival -.''

Spearing flair will with feature parade' an- of Olympic T&/ HOME SERVICE CALLS PI I.U_381

queens, and, the symbolic here w AND RADIO SERVICE
The carnival will be' held

fl. With Sports "being March offered 27-83 in with track competition and field,, ,:' We do not give free estimates. Honest estimates require

f golf, baseball, and tennis. ,r wok We repair, rent, MIl and exchange. Satisfaction guar-
Ii ) anteed. Free delivery. Know your TV man and save money
I By HARRY SPEAR Bob Hayes, the talented
sprinter who holds world records -
J'L' JOE SCOTT TV
, -- for the 60 and 70-yard
i dashes indoors and the 100-yand
IP MORE Attention can be of the best mIddleweights of dash outdoors, will be makinghis AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV SALES AND SERVICE

paid to the smaller fighter, and the time. His titleholders were only appearance here this 923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1-8381
l forget about this last heavy- flyweight crown and Ken Over- season. He is scheduled to run
; weight championship fight, lln, the middleweight champ. the 100 and 220-yard dashes.
boxing will be at its normal George Abrams was also a
standard. The more they talk member of the Dundee stable Some 15 teams have Indicatedthat
about Casslus X, the more he and just missed wresting the they will participate in the
likes to talk'*; back: and that's 160-pound title from Tony Zale two-day carnival. Southern MONEY FORHOMEOWNERS

c playing right down', his! alley. in 1941. University of Baton Rouge,
' Louisiana, is the defending
t If people_1 like .tir) fights asA As a promoter, Dundee has FAMU Relays champion. !.
much as the regular fans who been even more successful. His Stongly balanced teams are expected -
attend, Little River,' Pan Amer first venture in South Floridawas from Texas Southern Redact ptyninb Pay sQ yow bIDs IOOO-$20 mo.
1 \ ican and Miami; Beach Auditorium in 1946 when he rented University, Houston and Orick. CotfldtBtlil Stnk &200O-43O mo.$3OOO$40 .
the Coral Gables Coliseum for FAMU. _
there Is' nothing wrong
';.4T two shows. ,'We have the West balanced Iwo ipprovsd tti same dy mo.
hi with boxlrig when you turn .
.1It rw
M Sirs Cbtrflf whitsot
Hill *
team in said Dick
out to see these youngsters give
all ,: why they Four years later, the Miami of Florida A&M. The Rattler
they: got. That's
draw packed houses. What gives Beach Auditorium was opened thinclads won the Florida UNITED MORTGAGE CO. 1Jce.B'
and Dundee began promotingthere. 'Athletic Club Invitational Meetat
black is not the
boxing a eye FRanklin 92676APPAREL
He has promoted closeto the University of Miami, tm n OON6RBS KmimKi
but the who write
fighter ones
about it and never see a fight 400 shows, including 12 from March 14. They competed in er sr .rrNrra? +w-Ik l..j.... -
the new Miami Beach Conven- the Texas Southern University
unless it is a championshipbout
tion Hall. Relays at Houston Saurday,
then they try to stuff
March 21.Stillman.
something that they have not These impressive figures include FAMU and Southern FOR SALE"Champane
seen, down the public's, throat. 50 nationally televised will play a round robin base-
Take this last fight, at the fights, three world championship ball tourney Friday and Satur
Beach where 500 newspaper reporters bouts and a of fights
bevy day. Golf and tennis will begin "
from all over the pitting top-rankeboxers Friday and continue through taste, beer packet? Come to Gracie'swhere "I}
world1- and the cream of the against each other. Saturday.The 'you'll find like-new exclusive Easter dresses,

crop, attended. How many ,of relays will open with suits, skirts, blouses, shoes all originals. $1 to $5
these to the smaller clubs Attempts to sustain a finan- .
go Hayes, FAMU'a Olympic hopeful
Mink fox and other stoles and fur jackets $5 to $10.
You can count them on your cial balance during the first carrying the flag. He will ,
hand, but they still have some two years at the new arena, be followed by an honor guard, Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen
thing to say. Seeing with your were hampered by. barriers the ROTC thud, and the part. dresses $1. Men's pure Italian silk suits.$3 and $5.
own eyes 1 is believing. such as scarcity of talent and icipants for the various schools.
The reason why I am writing geographic, location. Also, it The games' will commence Blue serge suits $5. Sports jackets.$2. ,Pants shoes

I this, people are getting tired was'not until, 1952,when Bobby following a salute to the queens, $1. Shirts 50c. Also linens, drapes, bedspreads and
of reading Clay this, Clay that; Dykes,I :greatest' of/'all local attractions an address by Dean W. H.I' other household items. We 'cater to the elite. Grace
Listen this and Liston that and Kid Gavllan, box. Shirley, introduction of track ,
radio? TV, day In, day out. This ed for the world welterweighttitle dignitaries and the playing of and Mike will greet you personally.
kind of stuff is not worth the that mixed matches were the National Anthem. GRACE'S THRIFT SHOP
I paper you write on and the accepted In Florida. I
power you use for it. Thanksfor Good 2512 NE 2nd Ave. FR 1-8372
Weing interested. fighters were becom- ball stars in training here will
ing harder to import due to be our guests. Open 10 a.m. to 5 p-m.

THE MIAMI BOXING Commission the insatiable demands of the For further information call
needs a shaking up. TV shows originating from, ticket office at 101 W. Flagler
What I mean Madison Square Garden and St., FR 14548.CMPEFUUIT. ippppp'
they doing the St. Nicks Arena Available
knows what It
are "
.r is not the promoter or the to fighters Dundee's forced a higher cost because SCHEDULE LEAGUE I
promotions STAR MEAT MARKET
fighter who is wrong all the of the Peninsular Florida
time, check and see what I location. Travel expenses became Friday, March 27 Orioles -
am referring to. an important factor as Mets, 8 p.m.Saturday .

SUCCESS! SUCCESS many fighters resided over a 1. March 28 Orioles 1520 N.\V. 62nd Street
For thousand miles and' Mets, 8 p.m.
BUDDY PATCH who is doing away. Sunday, March 20 Houston .

wonderful Job promoting But the resourceful Dundee Colts, 2 p.m.Tuesday .
wrestling and boxing at his made a scramble for the Latin March 31 Wash-
new Pan American' auditorium. American talent from nearby ington Senators, 1:30: p.m. : THE ''MARKET WITHE COURTEOUS SERVICE
Once again lie gave an action countries, some of whom per- Thursday, April 2 Chicago
packed show to the public. The formed with great satisfactionand White Sox, 1:30: p.m. : -0-
saying goes, give them their became drawing cards.
money's worth and they will Chris' reputation Is world-
show up. And those prices! wide. He is one of the few promoters Fresh Meat-Low Prices
I $1.25 ;general admission, $2.00 able to schedule boxing

ringside.. shows with any regularity. JfrJiJ DOOOODQOOOO ccooooo..o oo
Next I
Monday's main event Many of the fighters develop '
will feature Llna Armanterezfrom ed under the Dundee promot- :
Cuba, now making his ional TONIGHT !
flag have climbed the '
home here, versus Junior Grant.I ladder to'success. '. ,J.
This should be a humdinger. JET TV CLINICHOME
No advance In prices. Amanterez Chris, his lovely wife, Gerri, 11 Exciting Races
boxed main events in Mad- daughter, Susan and son Michael -
ison Square Garden. make their home in the
ever-growing Miami Beach SERVICE CALLS $1.00

NICK UB ZZY, has quite a area.
stable. of fighters. He is train- Day or NightWe
ing at SW 8th Ave Gym. Here "PRO DEBUT BALL"ON Service All Mak.. of
are some names: Billy Morgan
SUNDAY, April 5 at 0
Jimmy Dougherty, Richard p.m. the OTPBBA of GM, is HI-FI's and STEREOSWe
Palmenta, Don Lucas and Ray holding its annual "Pro Debut
nor TRACK
Fernandez. Nick, time Also Rnt
one promoter Ball" a dinner dance affairat r
of amateur bouts at Key the Everglades Hotel.
West. I IMS T HACK 8'16 \ \1ADMISSION TV's by ,the week or month

j The purpose of this affair is .
BARON, PATE'S fighter, Per- to give an enthusiastic send
fecto' Garcia is in demand fora off to the youngsters of this 907 N.W. 2nd AVENUE '
number of fights in foreign area, with major league poten :
parts. Perfecto is in perfect tialities, who are entering pro
shape and ready to go. fessional baseball for the first Phone FR 42014Barkleys'
so
time this coming season. Any
one of these who ----
BIOGRAPHY OF CHRIS I youngsters
DUNDEE eventually; establishes himselfand
gains national prominence OIJTH INDC :
.AFTER 30 YEARS of pro- : will be an asset to our com-
moting boxing. Chris Dundee OLLINS AVE Cut-Rate
munity, and you as a prominent Store
remains unchallenged as t, h eSouth's member of the Dundee stable
NOW I Closed Circuit
leading, producer of '
back
in future years with the
fistic entertainment.Chris satisfaction that you were a T.1..I.L' 1201 NW 3rd Avenue FR 4-2376
has been in big part in this
t since 1926 when he follow sible making pos- Old 07 Bergamont, 50 ....$1.00 Patern Medicines, School
his brother Joe from South Duffie's ,Guest House Jerrls Hair Tonic I
Philadelphia, around the c un-. The price of the dinner dance I
try.Since Is only $5 per person. A $10 The house of unusual roomsOpen Value $1.42, special $1 Supplies, Poke-no, Bridge Il

that, time, Dundee has contribution ,entitles you to an 24 hours NE 43811S..tn. 'Bleach and Glow $1.00 !
trained,, managed and promoted honorary membership card in I 3, Royal, Incenses and candles,. E,. ,
El fighters and fights of,all our OTPBBA plus the dinner is Believing Jeannle Hand and ,,1

caliber.< dance.In See 'us for ,clean rooms Body Lotion $1.00 Easter Baskets 29c up
Covering a period of more
i than 20 years, Chris has handled the event you are unable .Jamaica Dugio, always a Open daily and
Sunday 8 a.m. to 10
p.m.
approximately 300 fighter,including to attend, your contribution
two-champions, and one will. be ,greatly appreciated. friend JOHN A. IVfcMINN, Owner
Midget Wolgast, who wore the CUrrent.major league base. ;2941 N.W. 47th St., Miami

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[EfiTALK POLITICS Mays Is A.going Wells to, principal be the main of SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1964 PAGE 15 :....':':

speaker at the Rev. A. CUMc: I

Queen's 7th Anniversary cele- .... ..:.
by >frottMAfr :& jON bration Sunday, at the St. Paul
Historical fcackgottnd of thti Neltr ih Politic, the Church Baptist Church In Homestead.
rind Fratcrtial' The and student
Orgmiiwuidris faculty body,

# t.. .1. "' A.:. '; ..........- ...:...:.. ,_ .:. ..: _L _' early this month warmly wel- Mrs. Ella Moncur .i"" x
-- - - - comed three interns, as they
Thd active participation In federal; I Bayonets officially Joined the family ford Announces the \
the of the church and He had outflanked the South. nine week period, two weeks
(rate affairs gave these Ne- ern Opposition and attained of which they observed and Remodeling of the .la
groes a sense of pride a spiritof litical power and prominence po they will do seven weeks! of
race consciousness, a confi- and power on a Federal level actual teaching.The I > t '.
dence In their own people a acd gained such a strong foot- Interns are Miss Andrea TheatricalBeauty
hope that one day they too hold in the Federal Government Chunn, English major from '
would be aWe to enjoy the that h ex- Bethune Cookman College:
honors prestige and financial slave the disenfranchised citizen and Kathryn Sneed, Speech and \
rewards which came to officers controlled the Federal patronage Drama major from Florida' A Salon .
Even those who knew theirhandicaps J in the South. & M University. I

would never permit Dr. Gilbert Porter Executive ,
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become - Air conditioned for yom r
them to nothing but Secretary of the Florida State ?
members took great pride In The Vague Illness of Teachers Association, spoke to I '...
being I ROod loyal and devoted! the faculty members during a comfort ." .1"
members! would make regular faculty meeting last .\:'t:.j ':
great efforts and sacrifices to Just Nerves week about FSTA past and the r.t !,
call on their neighbors and .u tremendous job it has rcma hetpatrons'
friends to lfet, iem to 'Join up ing before It ,

Many Illiterate ex-slaves In-// best wishes for a
learn to read from the Bible This "
? the >
and the Rituals of Fraternal symptom HAPPY EASTER
tor finds Is most often the
case
Orders. It was common to observe in the )Ll.1-A M01MJMl
nerves
patient or one
many who could not that has symptoms not explain Airs. Grace Pencil' Mcltno Mrs. Carolyn V. Latimer
i read at all go through the entire able by apparent pathology Mrs. Lcana Andradcs
Ritual on the various occas-
ions by memory having painstakingly ,y,4 0 Most illness of these, nervousness vague symptomsof and 2625 N.W. 55th Street NE 52821"Money"

memorized the entire pain disappear with Chiropractic
.
Ritual by having someone
read it to them or by listeningtime I adjustments, likewise future
pathology is prevented.
after time at lodge meet-
given lit and 2nd
ings. (One of a series of articles on Mortgages
published In the public interestto Interest from &/ % For all purposes From $1,000 to
By DR. JAY GUTIERREZ $300,000 Payments! as low $1.73 n'rck $1,000
So through the Interlocking explain and illustrate the as a < per
membership and Interests of ..,.. .; .... practice of scientific chiropractic Institutional and I'rlvntc '.
the church and the lodge Negroes written by Dr. Jay Gutierrez EASILY AND QUICKLY TO ALL 1MIOFRRTY OWNERS
became united in a bondof Many are told when they vi. whoso office is located at the f
FOR INFORMATION how combine debt
on cam
sit their doctor and you your
brotherhood and common in- explain OOI'J1W'of NW. 22nd Ave., and
into one small monthly budget payment und still make tho
terest which could have scarcely their many "real symptoms"that 36th Bt. rijonc 6311117. Lady
necessary improvements. Call WAbnah 3-2301 Wilson .
the have
been accomplished by any symptoms they attpgddn ;0" 6uty
other means, considering their are only mental or psychology 3-t4U-Tbcro's no reason to postpone flint needed alteration for
lack of literacy and their very cal, and that they need not .. ', ... desired modernization because of debts or lack of cash 1. +
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from travel. thing physical or pathological. ,
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This fraternization of the Ne are told, are caused by the REAL ESTATE WA 3-2361 .Broward County WI 5-4411 Dade F' 1
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.,
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Such; a force is the politicians On The Political: Scene
dream and it was inevitablethat
politicians would recog-
nize this force and set out to concerned about
bargain to .gain control of and MIAMI, FLA. I am, gravely
use this force' to their own Miami's Mayor Robert King Higfos; Governor of !
ends. Since Southerners and the the State of Florida. Other gubernatorial representatives Buy A Home Today

Democratic Party wanted no in other cities and] counties, are sponsoring
part of the Negro and since ..
such a powerful and dynamic their candidate as a "Favorite Son" why can't o

force could not be denied, the Dade County? They are also giving: excuses as to See us for a home to fit your pocketbook
full weight of this force wentto why Mayor High does not have a chance to ,win, but
the Republican Party by de the +
until election We will help with financing
Governor you
fault and kept the Democratic no one knows who will be ?

Party out of the White House day and the votes are coun ed. Here are a few of the 1-1228 NW 42nd St. For rent House. $18 week
from 1860 to 1932 with the exception reasons why, it is said, he does not have .a chanceto

Grover 'Cleveland of 2 split and terms two consecutive of. win 2-4701 NW 15th Ave. $90 month, includes taxes

; terms of Woodrow Wilson Nice CBS home. Carport, Florida room, wood
: and then these exceptionswere (1) He does not have the "Money People" behind floors. Terrific for school .teacher.
caused not by any strengthof him as some of the other candidates do*
the Democratic Party but by 3-1180 NW 67th Street $20 week. 2-bedroom
Internal squabbles of the fat (2) He came out in opposition to some of the

'Party..and prosperous Republican monopolies whom he feels are not paying their house with a| carport.

Beginning In the late 90's share of taxes to the State, 4-2010 NW 53rd Street $300 down, $60 month

through 1928 Negroes entered ((3) He has made a tireless effort to settle the 3-bedroom CBS home. FHA terms.
into
a Second Reconstruction FEC strike which has cost Dade County and South
,
Era
only this time heldno
they
offices nor did they vote Florida an extortious estimated $4,000,000 per '5-1846 NW 16th Ave. $250 down, $20 week

on local and state levels but en month since the strike began\ Good Move right. in.
joyed tremendous patronage of Large house. area.
ederal Jobs throughout the (4) He is a real Democrat and supports the $250 down $20 week.
South 2146 NW 47th Terr ,
and those high Jobs which 6-
he
Democratic all of way.
they were not permitted .to Party '
hold had'the to \ Nice clean home. Large lot. Carport.
they power recommend reasons given as ,
for appoint- There are many, man, more
ment. persons to why "he cannot win too numerous to name here, 7-3022 NW 63rd Street $20 week

they are the .very reasons why with option ,to buy.
Only this time the Negro was but, as you can see, Rent
yell trained and well qualified we should support him. Our race relations in r>adeCounty Street. Across from Manor Park.'
50th
for the responsibility of leader- aVe not perfect, but far exceeds any other 8-1457 NW in
;snip, the experience, gained county in the State of Florida. While Mayor High CBS home, garage. $500 down, move right
through: organizing and the administration U
o I Fraternal might not get elected, we are sure that whoever ,
'Organizations and the church elected will recognize the potentials of Dad. County Trade in your old home or lot for one of our

level pad prepared for this leaders responsibility.on every Voters.I brand new 3-bedroom CBS homes

There was a rank and file of would like, through this medium, to thank
literate Negroes who could the few people who helped in our present registration -
qualify and for many governmentjobs drive, financially and otherwise. It could have We are Open Saturday and SundayFord I
reservoir of college
graduates who could hold down been a tremendous success with more help, but these ;I

and for.'many high po- two-bit politicians have. sat on their hands, waiting Inc. ,

?J quaf0': again Federal the Faith GovernS and- on a candidate (if they do not already have. one), Realty,

Ep of the' Negro for a better for money but money is not everything.

{b ought forth for his fruit children and the Negro (Signed) 569 N.W. 54th Street 75M761 ;

was to ;bask ln the light of JUDGE; HENDERSON
political ''
fortune, only this time
Jy J as not dependent on





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f\ \ PAGE 16 TIMES SATURDAY- MIAMI., MARCH FLA. 28*,- 19G4>\t:\['Black 'Muslims Attend KKK Meeting


I
.. Extremist Groups'
1 I' l Jeremiah told newsmen he a: good tniSgJtf'wish- could B
Meet HeadpiiAfter did not approve the Klan as be' as sucbqaslul-wllh: oUr efforts -

W est America's such, but the rally getting 16 net' la 'j people .to-
'
1 Key being, turned away white people together might beA getCT'"Sto'a""v'' '

Stthernmost A City twice, a group of Atlanta --.r .,.', I
Black Muslims was admitted to
A I -- By FINANCES B. PALMB.lt" frl.ffi ;f'' -, i)I4.I, a Ku Klux Klan meeting in

l !) _ 1 1 1 1 ''i" 1 I, 4 Atlanta Sunday. HELPING HAND
FROM. ,
312 Amelia ,St.. :kNo ; *&' ..
II BOYS IN SERVICE \l :.Georg a*prand Dragon Calvin PAKISTAN
(i Airman Second Class Wilford Usher Board "jneid| iti Craig, was heard;! by about 2,000
J L. Bastian, son of Mrs. Rosetta regular meeting Thursday persons Who -attended a rallyin
Bastian of 7B Robert Gabriel March O'afS p.m.t: with the downtown Hunt Park On
1
c I'\ ) Apts., has been selected out- president,*Mrs...,..Frances Palmer the platform was also imperial -
standing airman of the month pre4iarti;\! '"- :v: Wizard Robert 'Shelton of a
in. the 659th Instrumentation The members celebrated Mrs. Alabama, who; attacked the civil tS xCtE .
Squadron at Grenier Field Nanie B.' Sawyer's birthday.She "
\ rights bill as, a 'dastardlyact.
Municipal Airport, N. H.1Air1'11an received some beautiful
\ .!!* ,
Bastian, an Air 'gifts from the members;. Wo
Force warehouse specialist, wish Mrs. Sawyer man. ..n ore TI1 Muslims < was chosen for the honor In happy birthdays : x after city. ; police
,t recognition of his exemplary ordered they be admitted to
conduct and performance of DEATH the park. "' 'f
duty. He received a $25 cash Mrs. Carrie Woods; 1G Fort '
award for his achievement. Village, died Thursday.*March, Jeremiah and other "Negroes
i The Airman, a graduate of 19 at Monroe General Hospital 'were,,threatened by white per- y
i Douglass High School here, entered after a long illness. \.. M''' on.4,*:tmd a white youth who .b'tS o
the service June 1956. Services were conducted on accompanied two Muslims was
His wife is the former Clau- Sunday, March 29, from Cor- struck In the back by a robed
t dette Castillo. nish Memorial AME Church Klansman.
The body will lie in reposeat
The Regular Deluxe Club the home Saturday 6 p.m. Craig told the white peopleto A MEMBER of the "health team" at the March of Dimes Arthritta
t S met at the home of the presi- until the time of the funeral. move back when the crowd Center at Children's Memorial Hospital, Chicago, Dr. Atnlna llama atI
dent, Mrs. Frances E. Palmer I' Survivors include four daughters gathered around the Negroes I Pakistan examines Mckolette Smith, 12,a victim of rheumatoid arthritis.
March 24. Meeting, was openedwith Mrs. Lorraine Jenkins, "Let those Negroes along," toe ChOd's palm were chiefly centered bands,wrists, ankles and feet,with
the' president. presiding. Mrs. Marlene Carter! New Lon shouted. "Let them come In the onset three years ago. After prolonged medical treatment and physical '
After the regular routine of don, Conn.; Mrs. Merlese An- peace and hear what we haveto therapy, Nlckolette .Is now Improving and probably will eIaIpe'permanent
business was transacted meet- derson, Pensacola; Mrs. Ruth say. If It burns their ears, crippling. March of Dimes contributions support 25 artfiita
iijg was adjourned. Dunn, San Diego:!, Calif.;, a son, let It." centers located across the nation.
\:\ jonn wooas or Key west; three ..
!An. JEqster Conch Train ride sisters, Mesdames Mary Black Y "
'
I'' } will'be held March 29 at 3"p.m. and Camilla Dames of Miami, -3''. Perlmutter Gets '*
This ride is sponsored by the Mrs. Jennie Milton, New York;
,N Ushers Board No. '2 of Bethel 21 grandchildren, 15 great
,: AME 'Church.; See any member grands; four sonsinlawWil' Broward New York Post
y! of the club and purchasea lie Jackson and James An-
?i ticket. drews of Key West; William County Nate Perlmutter, Florida
f. .tTheElks: Club Is now open- Carter, New London; 'Edward 'Y Anti-Defamation League Direc-
; ed 'under new management. Dunn,' San Diego, numerous tor, has been appointed as the
f' Cyril Fisher Is In charge and nieces nephews and cousins. NewsBy League's New York director,
!C his co-workers are A Dean it was announced today by
r and William Edwards. When Your reporter would like to Florida Board Chairman Bur
you are visiting the Island City take this opportunity to wish nett Roth. "The New York reg
drop by and pay us a visit.. one and all a Very Happy Easter Walter Bowe! ional area Is the largest, most

..' You, .are always welcome at May God bless ,you. challenging," Roth of said ADL, "and s 26 Mr.offices -

i' :.:.... Perlmutter's Florida record of
The Beauticians of We, s t --
VVWy yv dictated his
Hollywood and Hallandale are accomplishment
: : thanking each and everyone selection for this high post"

I l IN AND AROUND THE BAHAMASBacardi the who Big'Bamboo attended their Club !in dance Hallan at Perlmutter came to Miami in \

dale last Saturday night. 1050 and is! a resident of Surf-
Of n side. He will remain,'here with

and Company Ltd., is 1962 to study at King's Business The VFW, South Broward his family until June visiting
building a $2,000,000 distillery College in Port' Arthur, Post No. 8185 are making plans New York in the interim.
which' is to be ready for opera Ontario, and completed the for their annual dance in the
tion by June. A spokesman for course last December. .. next meeting which is the first
the firm said, "The majority of Sunday In April at Bowe'sModernistic Monday night.
our staff will be Bahamianswho Barber Shop.
will be taught their Jobs ,Bethune Elem. NewsOn Bowe's Barber Shop's staff
by company officials already The Carver Ranches Fire wishes all Its patrons and rela
in Nassau. I Tuesday, March 24 our Dept. will hold its meeting onT tives a very Happy Easter.

Reading Teacher, Mrs. Gwen- DJT)I'_* _*".. ...--*J>
B..II JI.JI :
4 Frederick Smith of Mastic dolyn Welters, and Mrs. Mazie A Z >T.jy JT..II.__ __ _. .
-
Point, Andros, was fatally injured Edge, assistant principal, gavea -- -
in a traffic accident on Reading Demonstration to
March 2, .at Freeport, Grand' the faculty. This demonstration -
/ Bahama. | showed how Filmstrips

.could be used ,to Increase vo-
l At Clarence Town, Long,, ca '
ulary -
;, power of pupils on
4 '' Island f ; Knowles of Simms was completely ., .. .
I ,' ,;, destroyed by "fire. .Losses the oral-aural procedure,, ''using '*' ank' ''1Plnderw' $G-year' =old I
[* are estimated at $12,000 ''I the curriculum films Was 'tfpbd"'and'Agriculture ,OffljfceV of
The place was not insured. very Interesting and informa- the U. S.,' Aid'"missloti :iff*Ghana
,
!' I tive. was recently upgraded to ,
"
Miss Brenda".DuvaHer, daughter -, Boys and the position of deputy director I'
of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Du- girls are reading of the, mission in special cere- "Uring Service lor the'LMag"!';tor| ,I
valler of Montrose Ave., Nas- more books, as a result of this monies held Irt the nation's capital '
sau, has accepted a position in concentrated Reading Program recently. Pinder, a 30-year Oscar .L. Range Funeral l'\ Home.eM
the ,.Department of Lands and and rnShy;:o&,;their ;names are ,veteran government services
Forests In Ontario, Canada. on the;!' 41M\.H:\ !1ol"ll.. ;nQw becomes 'second' 'In command :;AthalU Ran< She left Nassau in December I W. ; ; of ee of the largest:ILS;
jgpad&k nccpalVPA 5727 N.W. f 17th Avenue0X14343
lAid missions in Africa, super-, .
Vlslng.ia; staff>;of some 28agrlcultural ;, .. 0X1-0131 I" ,
,, :
( technicians. An alum-
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1'' Beach's Place 'pigaI e./ '!?* ap-
Ft! ,1 $79.95 iparently died .of, natural causes Mortgage Redemption ,

\ :He, : was found lying on the Retirement' Combination Hospital '
.. .: : ., ', and ,up kitchen floor of the apartment, -
I Fl'r
12035:?W;.hington Ave. And Home
Jv &UKft'tsaid' several pieces ''Of ALSO
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might have choked' to'deth..
Automatic Washer '
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