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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 4, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Iron t MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLIB
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SATURDAY APRIL 4, 1964 1 EEN PAG 10 CENTS
41st YEAR, No. 30 MIAMI, FLORIDA ,
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I St. Augustine Protests $2. Bet Wins. ,,181.I i i"d



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To Continue; 280 JailedThree 4 HUNCHES PAY


Negro leaders with Drop all charges against students ;

the Southern Leadership Conference who have been jailed and OFF ROYALLY
permit: them to return. to i II .I
said Wednesday that .v D.C. widow
schooL Y. A Washington: ,,1
the Negro youth of St. Augustine vacationing here, Just rode out :
Restore jobs to demonstrators t
their demonstration
would continue
who have been fired because to Gulfstream Park Monday ,
even If It meant of their involvement in where the ponies are- running, I

more arrests and jail sentences. the civil rights struggle. and. "struck it rich" for $81- I

Earlier.in the week 140 young Elimination of police bru- i po ray tt 181.20, second largest mutuel i I

Negroes staging a sit-down tality. prize In American racing his- j I

demonstration In the Ponce de Equal Job and promotion op tory.Mrs.

Leon Hotel, were arrested. portunity.Add Marion Whltlock Jones

enjoylmr the sunshine by
Mrs. Malcolm PeabOdy, 72yearold five Negroes to the police was
.
the Plaza swimming
Roney
mother of the force.
gov-
pool when, a elderly Philadel
'ci
ernor of Massachusetts, was arrfctsted r "' phia gentleman walked up nindl ;

in, the demonstrationsalong suggested that they so to thoraces
wrtn Mrs. Donald Campbell Man is Killed bySafety at Gulf' Cream Park She
of CicMrmridMask., wife J accepted the Idea and Invested
and $ on the twin double and I
of an Episcopal Bishop Car : ? (
Prof. J, Lawrence Burkholder, \ I i won.
a Harvard University theology Mrs Jones ,had not been to
professor A Florida East Coast Rail- 41; ,the races since 1945 and had II\,
and killed
struck -
way safety car never heard of the twin double.
The police: used trained dogsto an unidentified man in 't After. she won the first half I
force the Negroes. Homestead Friday afternoon, of the' double"she started to go ; ,I
police reported. to'the': window to collect. I
Mrs. Peabody was to get' out I
of St. Augustine Jail Thursdayto Sheriff's deputies said the "I thought It waR like the II I
testify in federal court in twoman'orew of the hlgh- 'fm.1i;: .-- dally. double" she said, .' .
Jacksonville.In radler which' precedes the
you can win (two races and
Jones
Park Mrs
Gulfstream
their Integration drive the strikebound FEC trains to 81181.80 SMILE widow held the only winning ticket of thin you' can cash In. WhenI
Marion W. Jones, a
the to: guard against sabotage, said Hal- found out you had ito pick
Negroes demand city from Washington D. C., wears the "Twin-Double" at the
the man ,dove in front of their a big smile as she accepts landale, Florida track, the ticket two more winners, I tried to
Release and drop charges' \Bell the ticket They told me
against all demonstrators who car. The Incident was being ,Investigated check from Jay Mathews director I returned $81,181,80 for $2. it !iwas Illegal BO, I went ahead .
,
have, been Jailed.. as a poeslblie suicide. of mutuel department I Investment. and picked the second half." I .1,

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I.Y; I. The gentleman friend of Mrs. -.
I Jones gave her:,$20 with which ,
DAMAGE CITY HONE to, bet, butthe' did not spend ;" .,
CAROL
VANDALSNAACP of It. Ho asked her'to return .j
the. money if she won any-
think but after luck came
covered the daubed door and tumbling down on her, he suggested i
AND president. that she be nice enough
broken glass.
Others in attendance at the lo to glvo him one-fourth of tAnd I
In
CORE ASKINVESTIGATION She must wait until she can meeting wero Edwin Tucker,'' Letup I
She him t
she
save $35 from her salary, she executive director of the Dado, was. gave
said, before the glass door' can Urban Renewal Agency; Chas. $25,000. I
be repaired. She doesn't know Finkelateln, American Jewish Mrs. Jon o s picked all four
what tt will cost to remove. 'the Committee; and B E. Miller of JacksonvilleBias winners In the (twin on the basis t)
The front door of the homeof paint. the Greater Miami Council of of''T (hunches rather. than thru ,

a Negro mother of ,two in Churches.The handicapping l or stabbing, aidnumbers.
Carol City, ,has been smeared After the Rev. Kiernan reported 1 ''.
with paint and the rear' plate the vandalism'to the neighbors of Mrs. Trice, '''t''tooJ' Hy"'Jeep (32.80 in tho ''

glass door smashed with'stones civil rights .nd church leaders 3300 NW 208lh Terr., ore not Drive fifth race) because my younger I
it was reported at a biracial at meeting this week. i Plaza Hotel, immediate Investigations said: I '
I were asked by Dr. Although this North Florida "I' used Challenge Ship ($13.-: '
Mrs. Jessie Trice, 34. the via John O. Brown vice chairmanof "Wouldn't know anything COtWlnner; In ,the sixth) because ,s,
moved :out of about It. Just know some col- city was racked with racial. disturbances ,
tim, has since CORE, and Dr. George I just\ went' into the real es- ;
the,$11,300 home while, It Is (Simpson, local NAACP i there. recently the. local taifc business lost October and
being repaired but says
intends to return soon.' ed picket demonstration of
a
40 be the downtoWn She picked Maroh Blow ($24.-
is said
The incident three "white-only"
80)) In the eighth race because
first of its kind in the the North ;J; ;'establishments: Sunday, March her birthday -\8\ in March (last

Dade community since resale '. 20, to serve notice that the Negro Sunday) "and it was sort of
announced
FHA and VA ; f be ldee./' '
of 150 foreclosed homes. vice'A: : citizens are determined not blowy,

.r:: ," 'to let up in their drive toward Ration save her 11yearolddaughter
bl- .L'
made to a : 'ij
The report was r ; '
'.' It; desegregation.This' credit+ for the final (I
racial forum by the Rev. JohnF. ....... I
; ,.,\fw Homoqudll ($15.20)) in
Kiernanpestoi' of II o 1 y ..;,i" action followed by two theninth: race. "She's studying h

Redeemer Church Trice's and two school children .. 1'. '" 'days announcement by Rutledgo'H. Doman history in school." 111'
where Mrs. the"Florid ....s. Jones is on vacation' in
Valencia, 9, ,and Bradford, .' Pearson, heed of *l
"" Ukrat. tier d |
*;. ; NAACP"organi wfeh daughter n
11, are student + .. land Jacksonville her parents. ',
is Dade )J za!ions, that he hod accepted: a
who a
Mrs. Trice, tt.i
'It. position loathe' exe- The well-dressed woman re
temporary ,
to Mays
assigned "
'1e County nurse "
In Goulds, told a : cutive board of. the bk'acla1commltt.eo vetted that she had attended
High School
Vltefaate. 'State College and the t;
( which was set up
?1 reporter after the recent turmoil. University of.Pitteburg and had II..
I paid $100 down plus* a been a social worker prior to
few' dollars for the closing. I The NAACP, Mid ,Mr. Pear- entering the real estate, field. )

read about the Carol City home son, believes that public' accommodations The family had Intended returning -
in the newspapers and the "can M desegregated
1 without further ado, home on Wednesdaybut
price fitted my salary. .JI : .,,,,... ...',YfJ/i< 'Cft': .,' analysis or considera thq'windfall extended t h m
study
"My ch1Id.renari..d I had been .-e.: .-- ": ...' I tion. Observers pointed* out vacation through the weekend.r .

living in an apartment in themto Liberty ,t.>... .. ""',,...... :' :' ':"J that this was Mr. Pearftaa't .. 1
?City I'wanted : way of saying he would serve
have room to play and Learn FinanceUnder on (the committed only 'so longas for Negroes, ,

to grow up in a nice neigh- Bethune Cookman Interns it was doing something positive The committee said It had
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borhood., a special, program,,ar- experience in the world of finance about desegregation.The atesstfiy! contacted southerncommunities ,

"I 'wanted d to .be friends with Cole with Bethune-Oookman heretofore students not in Florida.availableto biracial com aStt".;Jwhlch to gather infor. I

the h hhprs '. I still believe of Daytona,, Beach,'three student The Negro interns are Delores Jer- has no official sanction,oy the mat.LonI upon their ex' (
after what senior women business of, In achieving racial'
I can even GwendolynPate City Fathers, Is
Internship rido of Clearwater;; \
doing a nine-week Earmony
happened. are Roosevelt Savings of ReddIck; and Esther five white and>t m. I and desegregation Jot,
.
mi. The
The woman reported that on and Loan Association- here.- Wilson. of Sneads.executive_ Seated vice la announced businessmen.a Fr series.of' goals it group public also ecommadat said ..it would J Melt ...
Paul Forand
of the third day Mrs. Dana Chapman, Roosevelt determine what lanm might a
the evening of Roosevelt, and would seek In an effort to pa- to '
after she and.her" children mov- secretary and a, Bethune-, president at is John Har- store racial harmony in, Jack.: be repealed or'''passed to sod
ed into the home, they visited Oookman graduate, said the standing head teller Johnson sonvllle. .Included in these "''tbII1r t. and dlfftrtnosji ;
in Miami. program was designed to giveon ris, .... -TiT '
:- her X grandmother It.* wfea .Increased :employ- presently "tJN.
Wh tbey ,returned they dls-. the job training, and actual photo.
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L MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. ''I by Pun Phil Plan Ossofer APPAREL OR SALE


M' l""ll_ ._...r..... w ._rw-...._.. "
ne taste, beer packet? Come to Grade's

When I was a baby, my you'll find like-new exclusive Easter dresses,

mother chew gave on as me a a pacifier.frankfurterto Apparently ., skirts, blouses, shoes all originals. $1 to $5

I wasn't weened; I fox and other stoles and fur jackets $5 to $10.

was weenled. sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen
o .bsMr *. *" lit suits. and
$1. Men's pure Italian silk $3 $5.
At our bank they hire only
married women at the information serge suits $5. Sports jackets $2. Pants, shoes

desks. This is to prevent Shirts 50c. Also linens, drapes, bedspreads and

and Mrs. BENJAMIN Ferrecita Pinder, Fisk and Lee miss-information.. household items. We cater to the elite. Grace
+" lit
JENKINS (Australia) were Miller Brown, University of I that the Mike will greet you personally.
I My psychiatrist says
visitors during the past two
weeks. Den, an officer on the Fla.Mrs. reason some women wear gold GRACE'S THRIFT SHOP
CHRIS WAREIIAM shoes all the time Is because
Boston Mass
force Is
police
a
brother of Arthur Jenkins and! (Marie) entertained with a they have a gilt complex. NE 2nd Ave. FR 1-8372
the late Melvin Jenkins. TheJenkins' birthday party on Tuesday evening V >K" *i*
for Mary Edwards. He also says that a fickle Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
their leisure
spent at
woman is one who can make
their favorite vacation spot JAMIE CHAMBERS made up her face, but can't make
a cottage on Virginia Beach. a "quick trip" from Baltimoreto up her mind.
They returned Wednesday to spend a few days with his *" *" *" .
Hoston.; dad and family Jim and Fran When doing crossword puz

;Mr. ANTHONY SMITH of Chambers zles, I constantly forget those HOMES FOR SALE

Nassau, is visiting in Miami for USHER BOARD No. 3 gave little offbeat words that come
few with and up time after time. The only I'f.
a days Mr. Mrs. its sixth annual Easter Sunrise
I. D. 1026 one I can remember is the Stop Wishing Start Living
Thompson of NW Breakfast at the home of Mrs. word for "extinct Wird. (Moa.) -
50th St.The .
Belle Hezikiah at 10th Ave. and I know it's extinct because
EASTER BUNNY was 53rd St. Honored guests at tho there i kn't any moa. 3110 NW 12th Avenue
kept busy over the holidays breakfast were Presiding Elder *" *"
,
Roberts and Jackson, Mrs. S. I understand the White Citizens 2-bedlroom! CBS Florida
leaving bundles of Joy. At the A. Cousin and Assistant Pas Lovely room, garage
home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Councils are after Wes
tor and Mrs. E. J, Hicks. The Union to Its tile roof, fenced yard enclosed porch
Austin, a blue bundle with a tern change nameto
president of Usher Board No.
and at the home of Mr. Southern Confederacy.
boy DOWN
and Mrs. Aaron Bethel a pink 3 is Mrs. Florence Wahington.WE *" $12,000 $400 $69 MONTH

bundle with a girl. Congratulations. WERE HAPPY to see An opportunist Is a fellow
Michael Seymour and Bernard who, if you give him the 1810 NW 43rd Street

ASCD (Association, Super- Welters among the Bishop paints brush, a either picture.cleans up or Pretty corner duplex, 2-bedrooms each side
the Solemn Pontifical
servers at
vision Curriculum Develop- Mass on Channel 10 Easter large kitchen, terrazzo floors, very modern
ment) will hold Its national
meeting beginning on Sunday Day, DOWN
$14,800 $450 $85 MONTH
FOR RENTNew
with the Deauvllle Hotel serv- Dr. and ;Mrs', JAMES R
ing as headquarters. If you miss LTNDSEY '(Vernon) have added 3-b.droom house 286 NW 50th Street
your curriculum assistants dur- a,diarling girl /to/ their family.
ing the coming week they're The baby carries the cute NORTH MIAMI BEACH Spotless 2-bedroom CBS, jalousied windows

probably In attendance. moniker of Channel Marie., enclosed porch, awnings, stove, refrigerator

SPENDING TilE Easter HolIdays HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Derek Deposit Required '$9,000 $300 DOWN $74 MONTH
with Mr. and Mrs. George Edwards
Albertha Godfrey, MICKINB' RENTAL
WE HAVE MANY
MORE
Cash of Coconut Grove are Mrs. Harold Jollivette Jr., Jacquelyn
Nora Russell (Mrs Cash's sis- Tookes, Luther Smith Rev. J. AGENCY

ter) of Fernandina; and George Johnson, Susan Fernander, i REALTY []
: LIFER
Cash Jr., and son, Kenneth of Dorothy R. Harris, Carolyn A. NE 4-0500
Jacksonville. Wilder Gloria M. Murray and Indf

CONTINUED Best Wishes to Alice Shipp. ------ -- ----- (Open evenings and Sundays)

Mrs. Charity Major who is convalescing The Easter Holidays brought
N.W. 7th Avenue
at home. Joy and happiness to Mrs. TOMORROW PL 9-4371
Mrs. JEAN SMITH: a secre- Clarice Carnegay when she
tary at the Miami Times has visited by her daughter Mrs.was I am not afraid of tomorrow, (See classified section for additional houses)
for I have seen yesterday andI
been confined to Mt. Sinai Hospital
Barbara J. son-in-law
Harris, love today. William Allen
for a check-up. Marion A. Hartis ,and grandson White i i
PARENTS and FRIENDS of Zlvan Mandell, who now resides -
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High School are sponsoring lovelv Easter dinner was prepared I
For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
various activities to aid the bv Mrs. Carnegay and I
Thespians in attending the Dra enjoyed by the Harris. I

matic Arts Conference of the CAN'T RESIST SHARING I
National Thespian Society to be the I
thought from an Easter
held at Indiana University June greeting received.A FZ1BONDED SAL I
21-28. The group, under the friend is somebody I
direction of drama teacher, Who makes everything special y I

James Randolph, deserves a If you're having a picnic, o I
hand It's better to have a friend I

FRIENDS of Mr*. ELLEN Along than sunshine RENTAL I
HEIDT, are delighted that A FriendIs I
she's feeling well again. even nicer .than spring. I
!Coring is .
THIS EVENING the Royal ,New green leaves.and yellow 4 r I I
20's are entertaining guestsat Flowers and a warm breeze AGENCY
INC. I
their annual Spring Dance. But spring dosen't ,last'
Mrs. Ermatine Holton is president As Ionic g as a friend does I fI
When lyou're
of this of ladies. sickA
group
friend is more comforting I

A .I ONG WEEKEND pro- Than blankets hot tea and wooly The largest collection and rental I
vided the opportunity for I
many And, when you're lonesome, the I
hometowners to
a changeof
scenery to enjoy went voice of a friend makes a :t agency in the South; operating in I
Miss Lizzie White; to Tuskegee.Ala. Smile happen before you have I

., Theodore Gibson; Mr. and A A chance Friend to think about it. -t ? : Dade and Broward Counties' I
Mrs. Edwin Demeritt took off Notices I,
things about
you
for Tampa Barbara
; McKinney That nice I
Williams packed children Joelle are Negro Housing
And is areas.
never too i
and Darryl and sailed by steam. busy to help HON. L. + BROOKS .'

ship to Nassau with Mr. and The you.,world is full of good President
things
Mrs. William Haley (Inez) enJoyed Oranges, aby kittens, books GEORGE F. HARTH, General nager
the hills of our state and robinsbuildings
capital, Tallahassee; and Miss MANAGING AND MAINTAINING '
Naomi Springer to the cultural And the first going snow flakes up MORE THAN

center of the South, Atlanta. ing down com 10,000 HOUSING UNITS

GET WELL cards in But one of the nicest things Is Bonded also has employment service
are or The whole world is a friend. at main office
der for Mrs. Emma Williams at A Friend
N.W. 7th
4150 AvenueA
Mt Sinai and Mrs. Mable D.
Barlow nt Mercy. Not sure but full time public relations Dept. to assist yon in solving yrfur problems

believe Mrs. Oscar Edwards TOMORROWThinking ; Plus a fleet of cars giving door to door service for tenants convenience
(Dorothy) card can reach her ....
at 'home. : tomrovrw's thoughts Oa nights and Sundays for emergency service call PL 9-8733

today'Is one kind of future life MAIN OFFICE
Mr. and Mrs. DEWEY Christopher .
KNIGHT (Clam) choose Eas- Motley.LISTEN 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9.8733

ter Day to have their son bap Vandalism .'
I done by a few expensive to aiL Please '
help us this
tized. Godparents ore Mrs. Al stop
unnecessary evil C. A. L., Public Relations -:.
Jackson (Carmen), Mrs. Ro- TO .
land Raiford (Margaree), Sam- ..$b 1I 7"
C. A. Lockhart, Director i
uel Rogers and Vernon Jack-
son Clara and Dewey enter- KING BEE 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU i

tained the godparents and relatives 1103 N.W. 3rd Ave. ......._ PR 3-8416<< 17323 Homestead Ave. i

ceremony Immediately at their,following home the WMBM; tITS N.W. 6tnd St. ...__ OX 6-1467 Perrine ..............-..-............... CE $.S5U r'i !

\, 3801 Grand Ave. __ HI 1-1181. 1019 Hammondvffle Rd. ,

and MAKING proud FAMILIES for, the holidays happy 3:30\, to 7 pm. I 4240 N.W. JmIa Aye. NI 5.3466Pompano. 1455 N.W."-22nd"_Aye._'_'_ WE s.-a3I I I II II .. .
were Cornelius I James, Saint
Edward University; Carlotta 'WIN A FREE i 8026 N.W. 7. St. ---... 898-3322 Opa-locka ..- w..w.._....... ART 8-0817 I I
Rhetta, Spelman Carlotta TV 2080 N. W. 3rd Ct. ..,. .,. FR 1-5995 I
brought along roommate. ; I
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Eased In JaxRacial I SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1964 PAGE 3 II!I



kept this North disturbances Florida city which in I Negro Teens Sought '

turmoil for two days last week 1'1
apparently subsided over the
Easter holiday weekend following For Service AcademiesWASHINGTON
an announcement by Mayor
Haydon Burns of the formationof -,
a biracial committee to help The Pen-
resolve the racial crisis. Meanwhile tagon's civil rights chief says
FAMU GRAD
Rutledge Pearson, presi he has been trying to (stimulatethe
dent of the NAACP branch, Interest of qualified Negro
made a public appeal for the +u+' y r r '1J kb Gdi S high school graduates in entering .

end of violence in the city '' i Itt Mit} .n U.S. service academies. HEADS MOBILES

Mayor Burns made his announcement "Lots of Negro youngstersJust
on March 25, after don't dream they have a
President Johnson had conferred chance," said Alfred B. Fitt, ANDLMOBILE
in the White House with I deputy assistant secretary of
Deputy Attorney General Nicholas defense for civil rights. Ala. H. Leroy
Katzenbach, Assistant Depu Davis, formerly an employeeIn
ty Attoney General Joseph P. Fitt said there are only 32 Negro the cashier's office of the
Dolan and Assistant Attorney cadets among about 9,000 Florida A and M University
General Burke Marshall, headof men at West Point, the Air Business Office, has assumed
the Justice Department's civil Force Academy and Annap his duties as manager of the .I
rights bureau. The Presi- olis. new Gulf ederal Savings and
dent indicated no Immediate Loan Association of Mobile.
Federal intervention He said he has been contact I
although The announcement was made
it ing as many school officials as
was made known that FBI
men were In the city. Deltas Support Looking on as President, he can reach to interest themin here recently by Henry R.
Soror Dorothy N Maxwell preChristian stimulating Negro youths to Davenporte, association president I
In a telegram to Attorney Hospital sents a check to Mr. Jackson consider seeking appointmenb ,

General Robert F. Kennedy on Committee of are Sorors Maedon S. Bullard, to one of the academies. Davis, a native of Apopka
March 24, NAACP Executive The Projects Journalist, Valencia J. Williams,
Miami Alumnae Chapter of Fla., is the son of Mrs. Julia A.
ed Secretary for "Federal Roy Wilkins intervention had call Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, projects chairman, ana Marie Davis and the late Walter A.
to
determine the causes and halt Inc., has made final plans with Roberts, chaplain. McNayr on Davis Sr. of Apopka. A 1051

the violence" in Jacksonville. Robert J. Jackson, administrator Proceeds from the chapter's graduate of lIun ford High
Particularly he asked for an of the Christian Memorial "Open Mike" School Winter Park Fla. he
FBI Hospital to fully equip a three- most recent Jabberwock presentation ,
investLgation of the "forci bed ward. made this possible. earned the B. S. degree In business
ble police_entry and assault Open Mike, with host Hen-
upon tne Jacksonville NAACP I.I drlk J, Berns, will discuss "Dade administration at FloridaA
office and arrests without, war and M. For the past eight
rants on the basis of unsub- League Seeks SupportFor County today and tomorrow"next yeans he had been employed in
stantiated allegations that missiles Sunday evening from 7- Various capacities at FAMU.
had been hurled from the. 0 p.m.
One that he held there
office windows. National Skills BankThe Guests will be County Man was position that of manager of the I II I

Mr. Rutledge, who is also I I ager Irving McNayr nnd State Florida A and M University
president of the
I
State NAACP Florida Attorney Richard Gerstein. Credit Union. ,I I III
organization end
,
other NAACP leaders studied Greater Miami Urban f
the proposal for a bl-raclal committee League' is seeking the supportof
and noted that the Mayor all major Industries and II
had made it plain that It would businesses In developing a
National Skills Bank to upgrade :
have on official .
standing and and create new Job opportunities ,M'."
accordingly, would We without
for Negroes across '
authority to effectuate yOUPJ2iJfbp
any recommendations the nation. .
it might{ make.
As of Thursday morning, March Stanton D. Sanson, chairman better
26, they had not agreed to serve of the local League's Job De- to I ." I
on such a committee. velopment and Employment

During the hectic days of Committee tations to ,over has two extended hundred; Invi-Jo- living. : ::
rioting 265 adults and 200 juveniles oal business heads for a lun- T Jf*! rf f. .
were arrested; a Negro cheon at the Westbrooke Coun JV I If
woman was slain by gunfire try Club on Thursday, April 0 1 '! WnpI r"
from passing car; a white man at which time Clarence Coleman ,;r 4 i ,
was seriously Injured by a hurled Southern Regional Director I
brick and Sheriff of the National Urban I i I
; Dale Carson .. .. .
exposed the hoax of a League, will explain the program '
white man who claimed that he in detail. ; :
had been chained to a tree find The local League$ is cooperating I
slashed by youthful Negro assailants with the National Urban "
The man's wounds, League and 64 affiliates in developing ; ,
the sheriff said, were self-in the Skills Bank from t I. i J)
flicted. which it has been estimatedthat r
three to four thousand Ne II .
The rioting: was set off, local groes will be aided in securingnew ,
Negro leaders ray, by a Job opportunities I
"tough political talk" by the The Skills Bank, which is being .
mayor who went on television, partially underwritten by a 'A i I
March 21, vowing a crackdownon grant from the Rockefeller
r3 r3.r
peaceable desegregation de- Brothers Fund and operated by '
monstrations conducted by the the National Urban League, has
NAACP has been trying to desegregate created a nation-wide reservoir -
hotels and restau- from which can be drawna
rants In the city. broad of
range qualified Negro I I II'
Mr. Ruby Hurley, NAACP workers to help meet the Southeast regional manpower needs of the coun-
secretary,
arrived In Jacksonville On try.Although
March 25 to assist the local the program is ,
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geared toward '
branch in its campaign to endsegreaatlon helping upgrade
in employment for Negroes, any-
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public
accom- i':1
:
one is eligible to
participate.
modations. .
Talmadge W. Fair, associate I/.:.
Four years ago some 15 down. director of the local league, will I i
town merchants agreed to hire coordinate the program. R
more Negro employees after a .1< 11 "
series of NAACP-sponsored demonstrations ,

of patronage campaigns.and withholding Later Duaie' Guest House 6 I

all but five reneged on their with mew electric '
commitments. Last Septembersome Th. hoot of mutual rooms a! :; .
theatres and restaurants Open 24 hours NE 4-MS1
agreed to admit and serve Ne- .U and WATER '
Seeing HEATER'
felioTiBff
p=roes, but they, too, backed RANGE :. f' .
down See us for clan ,
rooms
In LOGO there was rioting A l ametaes eleekio rang.iimiaatss! pot. And with a aaptr-fMt, ... II
when hordes of young whites, Jamaica DufU, always a Wfttchinf aDd makflt cooking a joy, not trio watt beaus yortrt tiwayi tort of )
armed with ax handles, began a cfaora. Keept TOOT titcbto many tft. pbehr of hot nattr_fnttantql J'I8Dt.oooJer. *
attacking Negroes. After the N.W.47th BMI Wtllt, otflinfi tad ftraiaV ikw,nant.ttN aadiMJitltailbrjpncloaitorn .
Mayor's television talk, fear .4I 31, MiamiJ. stay dttatr longer. If eeeisr sad oIJDIDd..1IO"', i-orbs 'f '.
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1964 system. It Is ,the one contribution of the United States BTW CHORUS
court system to the entire world : The rehabilitation of

youngsters."We RATED AMONG

r are not coddling children. If there is a glimmerof i BESTThe

M. a t y f L f.. hope for the rehabilitation we try to give them that
chancQ. If we didn't we would have to build five more Miami Beach Dally Sun
youth halls," said the judge. of February, 21, paid a Very
MB-* fine compliment to members of
The report is made on half truths and is an Indica- the Booker T. Washington High

II. H. 8IGIBMUND REEVES, Editor ana Publisher tion that :McNayr doesn't know how to run Youth Hall, School in Choir a brotherhood Which assembly participated !- \.
GARTII C. REEVES, Managing Editor he said. at Ida M. Fisher Junior

Member of the National Newspapers Publishers Association High School Feb. 21, Brotherhood -
Senior Judge W. R. Culbreath said: "We are not Week
SUBSCRIPTION RATES going to try to defend each individual case... We know all
ONB YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $0.00 the facts of the case and it is our responsibility to decide porter Linda, stated Mlklowltz: student r0

Entered MI Second Clara Matter, August 9, 1927 nt the Post Officeat whether of not a child goes into detention* 'The bus that Was supposedto

Miami I, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Both Judges agreed: with McNayr's statement that transport' tine Booker T.

Main Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1-0421 laws should be changed to require the state schools for Fisher Washington broke Choir down members, but with to
Dowittom Office: Ilia; N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR S-2236 delinquent youth to receive committed. youngsters immed- the aid of Fisher staff mem-
bers, cars were sent to BookerT.
"CRFIDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" iately.To this Ye Editor is inclined to say Amen. Washington and the choir
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the members arrived in enough
world from racial and national antagonism when it accords to time to perform on the pro-
every than reffardle or race, creed or color his human andlepl gram.
MISS MRS. MR.In
rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-the Negro Press "Perform they did!! Choir
trtre t* help every man in the firm belief that all men are members
under the directionof
hurt as I-DC as anyone Is held back. courts of justice there should be no distinction
Mrs. Leila R.
Williams
mad. in addressing Negroes. They are entitled to Mrs., mounted the risers with military -,
Miss or Mr, the same as anyone else. precision. No confusionwas
JOB HUNTING? evident when the group
Miss Mary Hamilton, 28, field secretary for the Con- entered or left the stage. Fora
In. the wake of continued complaint of unemploy- gress of Racial Equality who had served 65 'days in pri. teenage group the qualityof

ment, comes the good news that there are now 337,300 son on civil rights causes in Mississippi\ Alabama, New "The singing resonant was remarkable quality' a h d
employees in Dade County (at mid-winter) 1,100 more York and New Jersey, sought that right in a higher blending of Voices were tech-

than was employed on February 15, 1963. These figures court. nically excellent. Shadings and
should be accurate as they were reported by Harry L. II? this case with Judge A. B. Cunningham presiding phrasings were bold or dell

Tyson, Miami area manager of the Florida, State Employ- Miss Hamilton refused to answer when the prosecutor Bate The as teenage the selection sopranos dem had nd an d.

ment Service Tyson believes that :Miami is at long last! called her Mary He sentenced her to five days In prison excellent range, finding high
levelling off in both'' supply and demand for all kinds of on a contempt of court charge. People in this area have notesvith ease, yet retaining
always called command' of the low notes.
workers. ''j Negroes by their first names, said the
judcre.. its a Southern[ ,tradition *>YA..... Vm,, ,..,..,ii .....4.t..*.,_ "Particularly noticeable Inthe
There are 30,600 unemployed, 10,400 of them are i it. --------- -------- u nuulU UV"uuugt" ; : _..solo .parts ._w.a. firm
uream control n t-nere were
Cubans.At. Miss Hamilton said that in some hard-core rural] weaknesses in presentation

the present time less than 4,800 people are collecting Southern courts, the prosecutor may continue using first by this the reporter' was excellencies so entranced that
jobless checks. names of Negroes, or may avoid, the issue by using no, she missed many tlheinv"
name at all in his ,questions. I believe it will take some Theresa Lewis received an
The present situation was brought about by a historical time to catch on. encore for her rendition of
,tourist season, tax adjustments, relocation of "The Lord is my Light.'
Cuban refugees and an unusually heavy exodus of skilled But now, the Negro can object, or if he doesn't, his After the program the group

workers in construction trades, 'according to the release. lawyer can. schools was thanked and by then officers ushered of the to

On Monday, in a 6-3 decision the the cafeteria, for a luncheon in
There are openings for welders, refrigeration mer- United States their honor.
chanlcs, sewing machine operators, waitresses, book Supreme of Court ruled that MIss Hamilton was not in contempt A tfhree-colunin picture of
keepers and typists., Also for two executive chefs.If an Alabama Court when ,she refused to answer the group was published with
"May7 County Solicitor who addressed her the article.
you can qualify maker your, application. If you asv
cannot qualify, make' a choice and stndy for qualifica So this Kappa Notes
tion. These jobs are worth up to $1,000, month. judge. and racial* former "Freedom Rider" taught the My wife and I along with
prosecutor a lesson they will
I probably Brothers Kennedy Mumfordand
Is not that a salary to"strive to'earn'? The answer is: forget. never S. C. Culver spent two

It is! Then, seek to attain itthe way is open. wonderful days at the Kappa
Alpha Psi 14th annual Regional -
HEADS NON-VIOLENT Conclave in Tampa. We
COMMITTEE were housed in the Hlllsboro
OUR FUTURE GOVERNOR Hotel. All the meetings were
The Student n-Violent held in the
Committee same hotel
Campaigning for governor of Florida, the six candidates in April, 1960. came into beingleaded The housing project took
are now hard at, it, trying to convince Florida first place on the agenda. We
voters to get on his band wagon. was founded at' a conference of student sit-in are of hoping to get ,the backing
Since then the National Body this
the I
-' organization
has
Mayor Haydon Burns of, Jacksonville, whose city is, every Southern State, In an attempt to "bring been active i in project summer in will San need Francisco.the help This of
true
or was, in racial tumult for the past two weeks, spokein to this nation." democracy every Kappa man in the
Miami on Tuesday. He said his leadership is coping Southern Province.
with racial violence in Jacksonville, and that support for John Lewis, 23, is chairman, was born in Troy, Ala The next meeting of the
where his parents still live. He Miami alumni chapter, will be
his candidacy had been solidified. attended
County public schools Troy and Pike held April 11 at the home of'
and was graduated'' from American Bra and Mrs. T. L. Lowrie
,
Mayor Robert King High, although! entering thrace e Baptist Seminary in 1961 with an A.B 1135 NW 47th Tern, 8 .
degree p.m.H.
somewhat late, seems to be doing well in other Flor He ,has completed work at Fisk in rellsdon. -
ida cities. Naturally, we expect'''him to carry Dade Coun, for an A. a. degree in philosophy.University in Nashville Ammons, reporter

ty with its heavy vote.
John was an active leader in the ,'HI.II'ACI CONTRIBUTED BY THE rUBLIIHCM
Candidate Dickinson is also being talked of around and had participated in non-violent Nashville sit-Ins,

these parts. long before the Southwide siWns began.He workshops. there .

There's Matthews, who 'wants Dickinson to debate was a participant on the Freedom
Rides
campaign issues for an hour on TV helped lead a grOUp of students to Jackson and
ville after the rides had been from Nash-
Then comes Candidate Karl who blasts. Burns and ous." cancelled as' "too da nger-I
Dickinson. -
Lewis been 'T
has
Candidate Kelly is looking for quite some support the SNCC chairmanship arrested, he has 25 times. Since assuming
from the League of Women Voters. in Mississippi Alabama travelled to SNCC projects -
,
Georgia, Virginia
The campaign is getting interesting. !"Keep up with Maryland, and

what's going on, you will learn more about your gover- Lewis
., oversees the operation
nor working in on direct action and voter registratiol members < !
hardcore programs
areas
of deep South states.

YOUTH HALL;

35,000 Cubans Receiving
Oh yea. Oh yea! A battle goes on. It's a battle of Interesting is the Relief
words opinion. It is beingwaged' lfanaR'erIrvin fact that the deadline
or by ,County relief was ,April 1. It found for Cuban
McNayr vs. Judge Ben Sheppard 'of. the Juvenile lief rolls. 35,000 exiles still on the re-

Court. Director of Relief Program, James t :
Peterson v! frdlV
Manager McNayr claims that Dade,Juvenile Court is have been closing more than 900 cases said they uw
criminals should be number of refugees Is a month, but the I' .
"coddling young l who treated as maintained by those p s. NURSE
criminals are treated.", *, In by small boat. who straggle to M

McNayr, on Tuesday*; report: d4t'o v the county commission Fidel bears Castro should be grateful that the federal government CURE MORE,
80 much of
that the Juvenile Court was mis'uslnj Dade's perpetually However his government's. burden.
overcrowded Youth Hall. ;and making Inconsistent as Markham wrote: GIVE MORE to
'There,
is
a destiny that
makes
disposition of cases:\. us brothers
None goes his way alone. AMERICAN 'i'iCANCER'SOCIID

Judge Sheppard, :;replied, Mr:} McNayr* had better Aljj! that we :eendl'tto] the lives of others .
go back and study the philosophy of the Juvenile Court ;::. Comes back into our own.
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Miss Euphrat'esAbbitt MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. ,

Whitehead Leaves Urban LeagueFor I SATURDAY, APRIL= 4, 1964 PAGE 5 Ii" ,

EntertainsMrs.


Urban Renewal Post I Gertrude Johnson, from Pearson Hails Success

: Ardmore, Pennsylvania was tho .
Whitehead ----, house guest of Mr and Mrs. Nathanlef -
James
W. ''
executive
director of the Greater Miami r Johnson at 7420 NW 111
14th Ave. Miss Euphrates Albltt > Of Tallahassee MarchThe
Urban League, recently resigned i
hostess for large
was a
to accept the position of iI
friends In her honor.
Relocation group of
and Intergroup Relations

Officer with the Metro- I iI I Y e : The dinner patterned the March on Tallahassee The demonstrators "ignored i
politan Dade County Urban Re- :' traditional theme of St. Pat- for Jobs and Freedom> was the suggestions\ of CORE memo
newal Agency. Whitehead, iI.I rlck's Day with a green and hailed as a "tremendous suc- bers 'not to participate in the I l
formerly Industrial Relations white color sheme. Shamrockand cess" by Rutliculge. II. Pearson March because they realized
Director with the Urban Lea- low gladilus graced the president of the NAACP state that they wcro in Tallahassee
gue of Greater Cincinnati, has I. tables. organization, following the and that their demands were
served with the local league I The guest attending this affair demonstration hctc. Friday, being heard by all departments
Included Mr. and Mrs. of the state Mr.
since Nov. 1962. He will begin March 21.RC'presented government,
FYancle Watts, Mr. Herman
Pearson said.
his new duties 13.
on April
Symmonette, Mr. Sylvester In the parade of
Whitehead, a 1057 graduate Thompson, Mr. ana Mrs. Wel- more than 2,000 persons were Fewer than 100 persons, representing
of Morehouse College in Atlanta, lington Crawford, Mrs. Evana delegates. from each of the CORE units in
holds Master's degrees in both Robinsin, Miss Catherine Car 55 branches nnd 21 youth councils Gainesville and Tallahassee,.
sociology and social work from ter, Mrs. Edna Williams, Mr. in Florida, Mr. Pearson' withdrew from; the demonstration
Atlanta University. Duster McFadden" and Mrs. said. The NAACP-sponsored according. to Robert L.
Jean Climpson, Mr and Mrs. demonstration, the first of Its Sounders, NAACP field secretary -
Whitehead has provided dy- George Williams and Mr. Archie kind In this state, was orderly for the State of Florida.
namic leadership for the local Ayres Jr.Other .., though enthusiastic. lie and Mrs. Ruby Hurley, ,I
league and has been very activein '. Southeast regional secretary, ;
various community affairs. guest Included Mr. and leader assisted Mr. Pearson and other I
h The NAAPC Florida
-i Mrs. Frank Stokes Mr. and
Is state leaders In mobilizing the t
He a Board Member of the expressed "regret that repiccentative -
Mrs. Harry Jones of New
Welfare Planning Council and demonstration. I
of the Congress of
Rochelle New York Mr. and
the James E. Scott Community on every possiDie community Ellis ; Racial Equality withdrew from I
Mrs. Williams Mr. and
Association. Recently appointedto resource in an effort to minimize the J
participation In March at
Mrs. Andrew Moore and }
,the State Mental Health Ad- the problems of hundredsof Mr.
the last moment on !the basis
visory Planning Council, he is families who must be relo- Mrs. Elmer Kent, Mr and Mrs. of a disagreement altout the MODERN SIGNS II II0
also the professional Advisor to cated because of Urban Renew. Roy Hippard. Mr. and Mrs. Rod- parade route.
rick Silva Mr. Oscar Jefferson
,
the Housing Committee of the al. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hlllsman \\' ran do your signs for less!
Dade County Board of Community Board members and friends Tine parade route had been I
Mr. and Mte. Jessie Brown
Relations, a member of the have farewell Mr. all participants Yearn
planned a party and Mrs. Joe T. Johnson Mr. agreed upon by of Experience
Manpower Development TrainIng for Whitehead at the home of including the Revs. David
and Mrs. Frank Jones Mrs.
Advisory Committee, Citi. Mrs. Gaitha Martinez on Saturday Brooks and K. C. Steele of Tallahassee
Rosa Seville Mrs. Edna lIar-
zen-:;' Advisory Committee on April 14. and hail been
lin, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Neighborhood Rehabilitation for ed state and city offcials/ 3072 NW 46th St.
He resides with his wife, Dol- Moore, Mrs. Lena Smith, Mr.
the City of Miami, and the Mr.' Pearson pointed out. Two
lie, who Is a clinical social and Mrs. Lemuel Mlzell, Mr. \
Academy of Certified Social days before tire Maroh, CORErepresentatives MIAMI, FLA.
Workers: worker with the VA Hospital, and Mrs. Brice Sutherland, Mr. expressed dis-
and two children at 3268 Charles and Mrs. Roosevelt Bryant, Mrs. Johnny NE 4.3041
Whitehead has pledged to call Ave. ,_, Pearl Lester and Mr. and Mrs. agreement with the agiecd-'
II\ I II
Curtis Richardson. I I upon route. :.I I

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Chatter Matter nist for the occasion. Solos and i
readings by Golden Agers Including Friday at Roosevelt Savings! ::1

Mr. Kemp, were enjoy !
Continued
from page 2
ed. and Friday Night : I
every
IN THE PUBLICATION of
Miss Olive Alexander of J. E. .
names of Delta Debs last week S. Association, presented Mr.
that of Brenda Williams, a Kemp with an album of pictures -
Northwestern senior, was In- taken at the recent visit
advtertantly omitted. to the Green Acre Nursery.

JAMES E. SCOTT Community -
Ass'n Is now soliciting ,
sponsorship for summer camp Drive Afoot''' For Jax ', ; 1O.OOO
for undofprivlledged kids. A Hi-'({ II .'

$5.00 donation keeps a kid in C I .. "'1M.,' .4'tf I
:
for week. Eugene Riot Victim .
camp one ,
,
.t'
Kemp and Wilhelmina Rhetta '1.1 .,' .,'
head the program. A drive !is )king organized in ?_ Vr* ? \r. iiv*s| II
Miami to aid the family of a M..th.nll l ME It C H A NT S I
D.: W. "Prof WILSON is woman killed In the Jacksonville ; I ,I
down from Camden, S. Carolina race riot last week. .

where ho breeds cham- Mrs. Johnnie Mae Chapell!, 1
pionship Berkshire pigs. Prof. mother of seven, was shot to
Is also active with the local death as she left a grocery GREEN STAMPS ;
youth groups as a sponsor. store at the height of the riot-

MASTER. SGT. GEORGE: ing.Two
of Mrs. Chapell's child-
GREEN and his wife (Mar-
ren have been brought to rela-
guerita) ure back from Paris, tives in Goulds. Others are beIng r
France for a 30-day leave. The sent to relatives in other FREEl
couplo is living with George'smother parts of the state.LISTEN '
Mis. Laura Brown, ,
2130 NW 158th St. in Opa-locka

Sgt. Green !has completed 22 TO "I ..
years and plans to retire in
November.

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Eugene Kemp Sr.
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
Pickets At
Aplenty
SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1964 PAGE 7


Sen. Holland's RallyA &JI.j1:&&! "'.I1"' ''? i1\lIU.l'\: :'' :I['>>":.u.....,....:&<..,..nIT"Irn.........' .. .-.-", ..ca.L. I IVETERAN'S

This column is preparedweekly
crowd estimated by poI I at the VA Office, 084 W.
lice at about 1,000 gathered out Flakier St., Miami, for information -
side the DuPont J.1 aza Hotel fatlons of Family Living". The Mays chapter of NHA, CORNER! 4L Lj of Veterans in this area.
Tuesday night, to picket a ral- advisor will
ly In which U S. Sen. Spes- level Cecelia's will victory at the state according begin Its week to the long celebrationof ._....IJf___II__1J'.4I____"_.._.. _'.JI"_"__..ll._._...u_arir-tr".......trtrmt.....,\..L_(rirwirnrsnrB_ .., _ww.Tir YW7 _Ir
sard L. Holland kicked off his enable her to attend
bid for re-election Holland the National Convention whichis the NHA beginning April WHAT ELSE IS NEW be eligible for GI loans if they
warned that passage of the civil to be held in Houston, Tex., 5 and will continue through SYSTEMWe meet these requirements; they
June 7, 1904. April 11. must be unremarried widows
rights bill In
now Congress
World War II or
of veterans of
hate to admit It but our
would be
a move "toward setting Korean service who died while
up a police-state." "Address File" is going to haveto in service or after separation'
Sen. Holland, who is opposedby be overhauled. To announceour from service, from service con-
Bralley Odham for the Democratic move, we sent out postal nected disabilities. Entitlementfor
nomination May 5, said cards, saying "We've moved", W\V II widows expire July
there are some provisions In Free hair and scalp and giving our new address. 25, 10G7 and for widows of Korean I
the bill which' are good and: We received a card back today, Conflict veterans Jan. 31, I
Justifiable."But consultation with every from the Hialeah Miami 1075.
Spring Chamber of Commerce,
the EEOC, the Title purchase. Wigs, individually saying "So have we five years' TOMORROW
VII on equal employment opportunity "
commission, Is an attempt shaped and ago. Every tomorrow has two 1 I
to take control of hir-
CURRENT PENSIONAll J"mdl.0 ran take hold of it ,
ing and firing: and promotion of
styled by Ella Moncur.
with tho handle of anxiety or
employes away rrom employ- veterans and widows who
ers, he said."Similarly Payment plan. apply for pension benefits now,1 Word tho handle Dcochor of faith. Henry
will come under the new pen-
In labor unions, it slon law that went into effect I'
Is trying to take away from labor July 1, 19GO. A major differ-
organizations the right of ence between the old and new --
determination as to whom they TheatricalBeauty pension law is based upon in-
"
want for associate members. come, Also, under the new law, LISTEN TO
Police said that the pickets net worth is considered a<*' is I
outside the rally were from two the separate income of the
groups: Senior Citizens who opposed Salons: veteran, information Is KING BEEWMBM
Holland's stand on Medicare available at the VA office, 51 1
and the Congress on Racial SW 1st Ave. Miami. .
]Equality. ELLA: .MONCUR, Pi'op. [

,,., QUIZ CORNERQ.
MAYS HIGH NEWSJONES 3:30 to 7 pm. .
Mrs. Gr cc Ferrell McRfte Mrs. Carolyn V. Latimer I am the widow of a deceased I.

'*#ELECTED TO STATE Airs. Lcana Andrades veteran. Am. I eligiblefor WIN A FRISK TV
a GI loan? -
OFFICEA
2625 N.W. 55th Street NE 5.2821 A. Veteran's widows may I
junior girl at Mays, during I
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Homemakers of America held
at Tallahassee, was elected to
the state office of vice presi- Wanted! Men women, all ages, also Like Really :

dency. Veterans. Free placement for full or I II II
I II
Ceclla A. Jones, who Is president -
of the Mays Chapter of part time I
NHA, was chosen from a wide I I
field of candidates ranging The II II I
from District one through District JOBS OPEN I
nine. Each district sub- I I
mitted the names of three can-

didates. Grocery Checkers, Cashiers, Stockmen'Packers \ I

The candidates were chosenon U BOWERY.I :
the bases of how well they ClerksGUARANTEED
handled themselves orally and
In writing, as they prepared and
delivered two minute speecheson I
(the topic "What I Can Do. IS THE TALK OF THE TOWN
To Prepare for Marriage." The On the Job Government Approved Training
convention theme was Family
Relations-A Key to Unity". Qualifies you in ,ten days ready for work in Miami,

INDUSTRIAL AnTS CLUB Hialeah, Perrine, Coconut Grove, HajIIandale Every Nite Is Party Time !

John Dullard/ the automecha- Homestead, etc.
nlc advisor said that he waa i
very hopeful of his team and DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES EZ TERMS
oratorical trouble shooter wIn- DANCING & 2 BANDS
ning on the state level. "If they Apply immediately in person or phone
win at the state they will go to
the national, which will be PLaza 7.8448 6 NStes A Week
held later this year in Detroit",
he said. The delegate who Is
attending the state contest is Market Inst.
Joseph Brown, a senior. Training COUNT LEWIS
This will mark the first time I

Federation that the Mays of Industrial chapter of Educa the GOVERNMENT AND INDUSTRY APPROVED I Jazz Quartette ,I

tion Clubs has participated the In Members of U. S. and Miami Chamber of Commerce
competition outside of


school.The from participants the school will Thursday be leaving NW 7th :Ave. at 78th St. WOODY GREEN TRIO

morning, and will probably arrive I
In Tallahassee late Thursday I Florida's own: Ray Charles

night. WARNING Don't be .fooled. In Miami you have only I c .

ARTS CLUB TO COMPETEA I ONE Cashiering School Approved by Govt. and Chamberof
I, .
team of two, one trouble Commerce. Market Training at NW 7th Ave: and 78th St. THIS FRI. SAT. SUN. .
,
shooter on the fuel and electrical
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advisor will early this week be Laugh heart out with I
traveling to Tallahassee, Fla., your II
New Homes Finest For Less II I
In the "
where they will compete PAPA TURNER REVUE I
Plymouth National TroubleShooting ,
Contest Robert Fos- 1452 NW 58th Terr. 1944 NW 49th St. I
will ter and be John confronted Brlnson,with the team the 1921 NW 50th St. (open 3 to 5 p.m. Breakfast' Show at 3:30 a.m. I I J .

problem beginning malfunction April 3 on, of a 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths, garage, Florida room Open 'til 5 a.m. every nite I I

specific locating unit some of an automobileand For Sale, lot 80 ft. on 63rd St., corner lot. 10th Ave. I J

correcting that malfunc- and 49th Street. 100 feet. I
tion In a speWed timeusuallyfrom I '
one to two hours. Cash paid for lots home- mortgage ZISSEN'SBOWERY I f -y/;

trouble Simeon shooter Kemp, the earned oratorical his NEED MONEY? SEE BARON JE 8-1340 *, I I (

first real hurdles Tuesday. In 1 I
school wide competlon when II !
he won out over six other can- I 1
didates In 'a written contest, pm...... Office Treatment of ," I ,.

and JONES in'a..ELECTEDAt speaking .contest. I ,RUPTURE : PILES 1749 North Miami Ave. I I I 11\\'

the convention the key- Rectal Dlw...., Varicose Veins Pro d I
note speaker was the Rev. Sylvester UU No lost, Um e-Dlacard Traaa a I
R. Bright, who Is the Upon Correction of Rnptore. Reducing I
of educationat ""__ Phone FR 37800vooooooaoooooooooooooooooooooooc I
assistant professor DR. IA>NG'8 CLINIC Blood-Urine :
the Florida A and M University I ,
He spoke from the topic IMS &.W. lat 8t.-FR J-J748 A geaaral JteaI* sew/1o. .1? y

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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1964




I "Neighborhood" Panel



On 5w
Integrated HousingThe .MR' a y ii i i iNy h ,.

Rev. John F. Kiernan, : Integration of housing shouldbe
Catholic Priest, In a roundtable the first step in the civil
discussion Monday, denouncedthe : rights struggle, said Dr. Simp !:! FREE DELIvzRY DRUG
"great myth" that property son. But it is Using: left for the
values fall when Negroes move I last, he added, because "it's the f Harold Jolllvctte Manager
Into a white neghborhood.Other thing they often say we're
'I not ready; for".
members on the panelon
It by the panel
was agreed
"Changing Neighborhoods, ?
'
that blockbusters frighten Y2"i';
attack joined Father blockbusting l' Kiernan in and his white property owners into selling : SAVE THIS COUPON
on l homes cheaply. Then theyresell i'I'I
that confine
practices Negroes
,
the homes to Negro
to slums and ghettoes.The .
six-man panel' IncludedDr. above.families at market value and Clowns to AppearIn GOOD AT ANY TIME FOR ONE
John Brown, of CORE; Edwin
Tucker, executive director Co-sponsored by the Greater [ Benefit Game
of Dade Urban Renewal Agency; Miami Chapter of the Ameircan
Dr. George Simpson, vicepresident Jewish Committee, the Greater Here April 23 FREE SERVICE CALLOn
of the NAACP; Charles Miami Council of Churches, and
Finkelstein, of the American the NAACP, the panel was held Natureboy Williams, rotund
Jewish Committee; end Wil- at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Irst-sackor of the Indinapolis TV radio stereoAL
liam Miller, of the Greater' Mi- More than 100 persons attended. Clowns Baseball; Club, models your or
ami Council of Churches. the; latest In first baseman's MAKES AND MODELS
fashions as part of the team's
hilarious funshow. The costume
I : to deceptive. Natureboy 696-3581

Bob Hayes Loses Is one of first the basemen most highly In profes regarded .

sional baseball. USED TV $19.95 up ALL WORK GUARANTEED

The remarkable playerco- 90 'DAYS
Another median will be In the Clowns'
Record.iJ1
starting lineup Thursday Rowimc T. V. 2636 NW 62nd St.

night, April 23, at Miami Stadium
Florida A and M's track marvel Hayes, who has been disqualified when the Funmakers take
Bob Hayes, ran the fastest repeatedly after what were the field against the colorful
100 yards: on record Saturdayat thought to be record efforts, touring Brooklyn Stars In an 8
Tallahassee. And the headsof was timed at 8.8 second Saturday p.m. game and diamond fun-
the athletic department hid night's feature race. Buta show/ extravaganza. Proceeds
the reddest faces on record re-measurement showed the from the appearance of the LIB CITY
When it was discovered 'thai sprint distance: to be only 94 two professional teams will go
they 'had goofed in laying out yards to the ,local Brownsville Com.
the track. Hayes won the 200-yard dash Building Fund,
Hayes broke the {Msecond100yard in 21.3 seconds, but Southern acing to Neal Adams, DRIVE' THEATRE
dash record in the University of Baton Rouge, La. chairman of the fund raising
14th annual Florida A and M broke four meet records and committee. 22nd Ave. and PaJm ,Drive-in Theatres
Relays only to find out the ran away with the team cham-
track 'chad been measured six pionship with 96 points. A and COMPLETELY INTEGRATEDOX
yard short. M with 54 points, was second. Iota Phi LambdaTo 1.7959 22nd AT. and 69th St.
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NOW PLAYING
Observe Better


i Business Week 4

Members of Gamma Alpha
f' Chapter met at the home of amilrtaiyplot
Mrs. Vashal Coleman Armbrlster I
completed pT.ansfor- their bfi lo rtf
M. 35th Annual_ Business Week o .
activities to be observed April }
5-12, 1964. Gonmmentoftfcse

# 1. Typing Contest To be
held atBTVV High School April
p 9, loot at 7 p.m contestants will
1 S be participating from BTW United Stains I'-
School, North Dade, Miami
Northwestern, Carver and Mays
high schools. iwrt Sunday.JKB J'I

2. Tour of Miami Herald I'
Building m ptooucnw-JOQ Nooucms.'. *
on April 12.
3. Selection of the most Outstanding .
Business Woman, Man
and Student of the year. rl

Gamma Alpha will climax
J. Otis Haywooo( center, sentative R. B. Bennett, cOlum-1 Its activities with,,a public program
,business manager, Allen University bia Sales Manager, at Ebenezer Methodist '
receives a check for theO Church Sunday April 26 from "
+yar-old institution from from the right. Haywood was 4 to 6 p.m.
Gulf Oil Corporation. The checkis formerly registrar for the IP
being presented by Frank Adult Education Program at At this time honor will be
Odum, left Gulf Special Repre Miami Northwestern High. given the business woman man
and student of the year.
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You are Invited to give Iota
SPEED 1 PM' Lambda your support and
QUEENNEW see who these outstanding per
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sons will be., a "rsn

1964 MODELS 'Mays' School_ News IA IfN ALi AM l

r SPEED
---"'' OUEEN Junior High students are .u.atw.N oN. I '.a' 'wM ', _, a..wi
hard at work grooming themselves .
HEAVY
for the Poetry Reciting PLUS"Who's
DUTY Contest which- is to be presented --
WRINGER in the school -auditorium.
The activity will take place 'in Minding The Store"STARRING
HEAVY WASHER + .... ApriL

DUTY AUTO 79.95aIIdup L = : The teachers are planning for JERRY LEWISA
Rioutoiu
= a spectacular Teachers on Parade Funny Picture
Talent Show to be presented
X189.95 '" April 9. NEXT ATTRACTION

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rind up- -- A IAN H6N HARROW SHOCK-SUSPENSEI,

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Elks Fashion Parade
SATTl/RbAY,, APRIL 4, 1964 PAGE 9 Movie "Thoughts" :
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And Tea A Bid Success .i..J i/ : ', .CLYDE $tilfJ.1r.NS' By FRANCES HENDERSpNThere
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;r' '" '. "'..... is much to be said
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The; .. RJOnN: illlTIiL KMGUT BEAT CLUB this week about the new. t
Convention Committee,. W. 0. Perry chairman of the : policy made at. both the
comprising tAU't.qe', ,Elks Lodges convention committee and '''"
in the .Greater Mfcuni...:(areas, state president of the Florida Home of The Star \ 4. Center and the Ritz Thea
6ponsoredf'= ai Easter r' shion Elks made the closing remarks : tres.
"
Parade ftncTJflea on the" beautiful and expressed the gratitude of PRESENTS '
lawiTof ,thq Range )Mortuary the Elks for the fine public re* '.0 Effective Sunday April 5
at NW 68th St on 17th Ave sponse to their invitation. BIG DOUBLE ATTRACTION a change in bookings# and
A large numljer of 'Elks and .
prices at both the Rita and
Charles C. North
their friends turned out for served as ;
the occasion.An master of ceremonies.The FRIDAY, SATURDAY,.SUNpAY' APRllLV- 5 Center Theatres
entire committee and
interesting program Including general chairman, W. O. Perry I First runs, subse
a junior and deb fash- wish to express many thanksto ;11 1 +Ip UEtApDINS quent runs, doublefeatures
ion parade by the tots of Debbie's Mrs. L
Athalie Range for the +' -"SWEE't'DREAl\f: .... will be booked at the Cen-
BABVEffie
Playland Nursery School. use of her beautiful lawn. It ." .: ,
Solos by Mr. C. Miller, Mr. was a contributing factor to \I't' '.' "
Baldwin Hepburn, Mrs. J. the success of the tea and fash : .t ...a'- ter.A f
Boston, Miss Veronica Anderson ion parade. r- .,0""" .)" ',, gentleman of distinction
Miss Earnestine Campbell.The The following committees Mr. Garth Reeves, just
Young People Christian displayed beautiful tables laden last week. remarked to me
Workers Choral Group was a with colorful Easter Eggs, e about th* Deed for first run
big hit and was brought back hor d'oeuvres, cakes, punch ,' .
t movies at the Center. II
for an additional appearance by and other delicacies.Mrs. 4 {
the continuous applause of the
crowd. Sarah Smalley chairmanof In addition to the new .
t
: \
Miss Enid Reese introduced Decoration, Mrs. Marian Mul- booking policy the price
models Audrey and Lynn Camp drow, chairman, of housing com- change is as follows t I
bell, Tonya Dyes, Margaret mitee, Mr. Harold Higgs, chairman Adults 60c, students, 35c,
of education, Mr. Claude
Stewart and others. She did an '
excellent job In narrating the Rolle, chairman of program vY1 children 9c. Imagine''thl.1!
story of Easter and the models. Book, Mr. Thomas Rivers, chair On Saturdays matinees
man of table reservations, Mrs. adults and students, 2Sc
Mrs. Myrtle Davis In her usu lona Perry, chairman of flowers :
til 2 Children all
al eloquent manner made the Mrs. Carrie Pitts, chairman of p.m. 9c at
welcome talk to the audience. Talent, Mrs. Rosa Lee Brady, I times. Three weekly'I ,bookings
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Higgs and Talent and Mrs. Rosa Lee at the Ritz.
Mrs. Willie Mae Ceasor fur- Brady, chairman of purple it r +
nishes the music. cross.TanIlbpics. ;J Please take a look at the
following, price changes:
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Adults and. students 40c, :
children 9c on Saturdays.The I

# early bird price of 25c

starts at 11 a.m. til 1 p.m. I

for students and ,adults, .
children 9c at all times. ,I''I

Opening' hour! Sun., 12

,noon, Mon. thru Fri., It45: I

11 p.m.

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RITZ PHI. nnd HAT see "SOI
DIEM IN THE RAIN", "tar-
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ring Jackie Glen on and Steve
!McQueen. They are tremendous
together. Plus "Wlchltn."
; : U :. lar' .c Madam ,# .. >

'Che IC.e'. r :" gThrockbollon orne For one fall w&k itnrtfna; l:

Sun you will have the chanceto :
Qfl ADMISSION: FRL AND SUN. $1.50 SAT. $1.75: see the\ unforgettable ,movie II''
THE UNFORGIVEN" atarruuc ?\

M'"d ,y :OMING APRIL, 17 18 19'nlE Hurt Even Lnncaatrf.you vlll be.aFiQfkrd'! by ,I

"GOLDEN BOY" tile "Flnmbouynnt, Hex". Don't
Nd miser flirlnpf 'an all-atar caat
t
.(adult rntrrtalnnUcnt) I

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!"IIAC1I3 OF THE UVVACANEICItH" -
S Hamilton I
plus !'THE DKBPERADOH -
,, ABE IN TOWN", \
now showing at the CENTER /
f h 1 ln. AND HAT. Huaday _thru I

*BUT OFFICER/I FOUND rHAT CAR PARKED.BY THE Tue DAMNKD' see,","JIOUBH plus "ftodom OF THE,and V.

'CEMETARY-NATURAUy TMOUOHTTMEOWNttNUDUfif, \ Gomorrah." I

/9rrtrdff 1 1i 55555For

__ ._n" '. i one full week the first
allowing In Miami of "81IOCKTIIHATMKN1T
)
Lauren 1
vi starring
Ilacall. ThN IH Miss Ilacaira i
first film In four year Yon <
hY Imply won't be the aanto
Johnnie
'C s when you come out of "Shock
Treatment." Remember one
1'it..{':"; .:'t full week at the Center. plus
M.T ). '.-,A--t.:- Williams I "Thunder Island. M .

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'Ntc l .u!, f\\ !. i.t
$T IN J Saga of Ilamp 11 r o .w' n
'ENJ THE TB \
Ali t l
f .,.m .: .... "HUNCHHACK' OF NOTRE
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R 04. "f'ERTAINMEN DAMK" and "JACK TilE
GIANT KILLER," P.... and. Hat.
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t at the CAPITOL, ,atarilng, Hun- \
thru Tues Words cannot convey
'Thinkingwith your favorite frienda"GOOMBAY : the beauty; majesty, power -
and the glory of the greate ,
..t human drama the world .,.
hall ever known. The "Life of t
Chi-int" an shown in the all .!II
t new "KING OF KINGS," ,starert -
Ryan plus MlUde out' For
ring Jeffrey Hunter,,,and Rob-
Revenge. Hundreds of patrons
1900 N.W. 75th SREET For Reservations Call FR 9.9212Don't plan to this go ,to weekend.,the Capitol beginning 4

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Opening April and Ban action and thrills act
the pace, "VALLEY OF ,THE
Clyilleaa1e "NIGHT IN NASSAU"COMING DRAGONS", plus the" MBlg I
Kirk .
Sky" starring.. DoDe"- I ,
: Wdace [
Chick ::1. Treat your' 'family'' :to A '.
APRIL 12th movie. Everybody I talking
Locke. Robinson about the movies showing at

I At The Harlem Square Club the'Center, Capitol,"' Ritz

and Ace theatres. ,
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New Providence Raises I PAGE 10'I. SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1964
Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor

Many thanks go out to all

$4,416 on Women's DaySays persons responsible for makingour Gay of Atlanta Ga. ZION HOPE BAPTIST

Easter pergrams sucessful. The pastor is very anxiousto 6129 NW 17th Ave.

Thanks ; Special thanks go to Mrs. Jua- let every member know that Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor

nita Dukes and her coworkers.Mrs. the Spring Auto drive has be Service was enjoyable thru-

-- 1 Dukes wishes your reporter gun.4th SundayrIn AprileAt which out the 'day The morning' mes- ..

.. ," .. '1 to thank all parents for com- time all members are asked to sage was delivered by the pas
tor and our own Rev. Jackson
1 ing out and encouraging their please pay to your class leader delivered the evening message.
F children to cooperate in this the sum of $10.00.Stewardess Prayer services Tues-
y. : great church work. During the every
I i Board No. 3 Is
afternoon speaker'scont.e6t day night at 730.: Choir No. 1
a
program held. The winners celebrating Its anniversary Sun meets every Wednesday at 8
was day, April 12, at 330: p.m. p.m. Choir No. 1 meets Tues-
were Francine Cannon, 1st Please come out and enjoy the Thursday at 8 p.m. Usher
prize of $3.00 Betty and
; many wonderful groups that Board Nos. 1 and 2 meet every
Gwendolyn Hunter, 2nd prizeof
have been invited to appear on Monday at 8 p.m. Don't forgetto
200 Carl Hayes, 3rd prizeof
;
the I for sick and shut-
program. pray our
$1.00. These awards will be
given to the winners duringour Your reporter wishes to ins.
Sunday School service apologize for not having news
Sunday.We for two weeks. Due ''to Illness NEW PHILADELPHIARev
this could not be helped.

r were very happy to have Sunday, is the first Sunday.The Wm II. Washington, pastor
IItRS. visiting with us during the Easter pastor Is asking everyoneto Our hearts burned within us
services Bernard Holley come out praying and in good Sunday as we were led from
and Brenda Freeman of Be- spirit, to receive the holy sacra- one degree of grace to another.
thune-Cookman College; Elouise ment. Beginning with art Easter Sun-
E;
rise service we were ushered
-- into the festivities which con-

\ PEARLIE MONCRIEFF tinued throughout the day.
.., : The pastor at that hour spoke
Special thanks to our speak- from the subject "Sunrise At
AIRS. MAYBELLE ANDERSONThe rs, Mrs. Susie C. Holley and j I Dawn". The Junior and Sen-
Irs. Corene Watts and all el\ftl.\ ior Choirs were at their sing-
chairman Mrs. Maybelle jdies who participated in our ing best then at 11 a.m. the pas
Anderson and co-chairman
/rogram. tor spoke from the subject
Montcrief of New
Mrs. Pearlle "
"Jesus Lives. The spirit lit
Providence tist Church Woman's Missionary Com Bap- Amount Thanks again raised and was 441660.the upon the worshippers and the
Day may \
mittee thank wish the to take this of methodto New L40rd bless each of you IN lllJR. r.nI Holy Ghost had a had"Hallelujah"Its way. Everyone good-

women The chairman was crowned time! The young people had
Providence, all our visitors Miss Providence. She raised charge at 6 with Gwen-
and friends for helping us to I the highest amount and i' ;" ..\ "1f .'" Myers p.m.the Mistress of
: $189 dolyn as
make our effort a success. she wishes to thank everyonefor I :.j .J.\'I.' .J.Y) Ceremonies. The church was

Thanks to our pastor, Rev their donations and pray- .: !: < '... s: crowded and we are thank-
Burney and brethren who ers. t IlJ1day ful for our many friends and

worked to help us.RIDGEWAY .I ((1m! (if.t: I I"r ,.t.::.. :.'1ft',! :.J; ; tl< visitors for'coming out to encourage -
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMr. .ft.;: } !! ,'! 'j" our young people. The
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CHURCH Winston Evans, noted I The philadelphians, our
Baha'i author and lecturer, is I dramatics group did an excel

OF GOD OF PROPHECY scheduled to speak twice in Miami .. .--.-. ..-...... .- --------- lent, presentation of the 'First
Bishop R. B. Davis, pastor On Saturday, April 4, 8 Easter.' We are, thankful to Mrs.
Elder H. L. Cox, reporter' p. m., he will lecture on "God's FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTISTRev. McNeal for her direction of
New Age" at the Biscayne J. E. Jenkins, pastor this group; Mrs. Watkins was
Greetings from the Ridgeway Cafeteria, 1917 Biscayne Blvd. Ruby Lee Carr, reporter In charge of the children's
Churcn, the pastor and mem- On Sunday, April. 5, 8 p.m Sunday our monthly Com- speeches and of course Mrs.
bers. We are extending a warm will speak on "Victorious Living. Aletha Hall, church pianist for
welcome to you to attend ser- at the Baha'i Center, 137 munion'' will be observed. Our her'' untiring efforts. Miss Hall

vice with us on Sunday.. Come NW 11th Ave. pastor is expected to deliver teaches at Mays High and is

hear, our pastor preach under 34 L__ both morning ana evening ser- presently working, upon her
the anointing of the Holy Gnost. The public is cordially Invited mons. Our get-well wishes are Master's degree at the University -
Also Sunday is the first Sun- to attend\ both lectures. extended to Sister Betty Ross ,'"of :Miami. 'You are wel-

day and It is Pastor's Day. So Phone Miss Ida Solomon for the wife of the late Rev. JohnI come to the church of brotherly -
come and hear him.. Information.ST. Ross who 18 in Jackson Me- love
Young people are Invited at morial Hospital and to all of

3:30: wnen the young people our shut-ins. You are always ST. ,JAMES AME CHURCHRev.
will have talent Come:
contest.
a MARY'S W. M. welcome at our services; :come
and enjoy yourself In the to church have faith lift J. B. ,Blacknell, pastor
Lord. So see you in church on Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor ed. your Bert Cooper, reporter

Sunday. 'f Miss Dorothy Major, reporterOur w "The time has come," the

Easter services were GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Walrus said, "to speak ,of many
ANTIOCH CHURCHRev. well things: of sailing ships sealing
attended. We do hope that
6895 NW 14th' Avenue wax and ot. cabbages and
0. W Foster, pastor each one was spiritually uplifted. Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastorIn kings.
Bro. Casey Graham, reporter Our choirs sang as never This little
ditty from "Alice
before, (Rev. Stuart was in our messages this Sunday,
In
Friday evening at' 8 o'clock charge throughout the day. we will consider two of the Wonderland" could well apply -
There will be the monthly busIness Resurrection appearance of to the work ahead for St.

meeting of the cnurch. Sunday, which is the First LILLIE ROSS our Lord. The topic in the morn Jamesltes. as we are In the
All members are asked to be Sunday, Holy Communion will midst of church building.
ing will Uc: "Come And Dine,
present. 'bef served morning and night. Usher Board No. two of Ma- from ,John 21:1-12.: Topic for "Sailing, ships" could be de-
Sunday services will be under 'The' Pulpit Aid; Club will celebrate cedonia Baptist Church, 3515 7:30: evening service will be: I termined ','as ,let's and the ship
Douglas Road Coconut Grove, out of dry dock '
its ,In thewater
the leadership of our pas- anniversary Sunday, "An Evening Greeting, from
tor. The Male Chorus will ren- April 12, at 4 p.m.; the public Invites you to attend its John 20.19-31.: Read your Bibles "sealing wax" could
der service in the morn- is Invited. Tenth Annual Anlversary Tea mean getting the seal of ap
song and meditate these two
f I Sunday, April 5, 1064 4-0 p.m. upon proval on the artist's conceptionof
choir
ing and the No. 1 dur-
lovely and familiar
ing the 'evening, service. Holy The men of the church are Mrs. Lillle Ross Is the ,passages. I the "New St. James." Cabbagges -
The Communion will be servedat
I, Communion will be served working hard toward their goal speaker. Daniel CunninghamIs ? Well everyone knows
president and Rev. J. A. F. the morning service., it takes
Sunday night. The No. 2 ushers for Men's Day which will climax "cabbage" to build. Or
'will serve throughout the ,day April 24; they, will observe Finlayson, pastor Congratulations to the Sun greenbacks, money! Kings?
1 Men's Day April 26 all captainsare That's Kingdom building!
Activities are as follows in: ; day School staff for the fine
I the behalf of our Woman's Day asking the support of the CHURCH OF OPEN DOOR Easter evening program last We should remember, that St.
ooservance. members who are listed under Sunday, and the fun-filled James Is ours. Lock, stock and
them. Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastor I I egg barrell. We are'paying for it
April 6 "Talent Night"Sis. Mrs. A. E. McNeal, reporter and
hunt last' Monday. as a "family" we must
Lillle
13. Thomas Ward.
Sunday was a grand and glo-
\ April 12, 3 p.m. "A Pew SALTER'S CHAPEL ious day for members and Come and worship with us support our household the "household."
at Grace. we must all
Rally, Sis. Dora Lundy's Ward. friends of the Open Door as,
Contribute
Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor to this effort. It's a
) April 26,Deacon 4 pm. -Ross"A and Recital"featuring Sis Flossie Marshall, reporterHe they worshipped in our new ST. BARNABAS CHURCH big Job but it we all do our
sanctuary. There were large part the tension
on
our pockets
I ,Dorothy Turner, Wards 9 and I; not here, but Is risen. numbers at both the'6 a.m. and I Rev. E. A. Culmer pastor would Ue eased up. One or two
21. Were the words echoed by Rev. 11 a.m. services. The choir under I Mrs. S. Dawkins reporter persons couldn't do It.
All activities will be held at H. J. Benson, in the Sunrise the direction of W. S. John This week
the church, and an invitation Easter service at 4:30: a.m. and son sang two numbers,' "Praise Sunday School, was openedby the North Florida we were Conference.host to
Is being sent to the public at In the 11 a.m. service. Telling The Lord," Edward Walters, Mrs. M. E. Culmer. An Interesting It began on Wednesday
t large, the beautiful story of a risen soloist and "Hallelujah Chor- lesson was discussed.The ing and lasted until Thursday morn-

The trustees are selling tickets Christ our Savior. A candle us". Easter Sunrise service night.
.for, a "Straw Ride" to Vir- light march for the early mornIng Services were Identical but sermon was preached by the On 'Sunday night Stewardess
.,girls ,Key Beach Saturday was led by Mrs. Cornelia there were many who attended pastor. The text was taken Board No. 2 will serve a snack
\nighty May 0.,, Glenn, president of the choir both services. The Sunshine from the first chapter of He- after service.: I'm quite sure
No. 1. While
We, will participate with they marched and Community Federated Club met brews, subject, "God's' Plan of that you know the reputationof
sang The Church Is One Foun In a body at the 6 a.m. service World's Redemption."
:other Baptist Churches on the dation. Mrs. Finch at the or- had this group. We have real

,,let Sunday, night in May for gan. The district conference at and the afterwards home of the Vice breakfastat President He also preached, at 11 'a.m. expert cooks on this board so
cervices 'at+ the Orange Bowl. Morehaven, Florida, on April Mrs: Georgia Rollins. from James 4th chapter topic patronize them Sunday night.
Visit and pray for the sick. 1-2. was attended by Mrs. Nellie The children of the Sunday "What's Your Life?" Everyonewas

Byers and Mrs. Carnella School enjoyed a Mammoth spiritually blessed. Holy MACEDONIA BAPTIST

ST. _MARK, BAPTIST Glenn. The ACE League had an Easter Egg Hunt Monday afternoon Communion was \administered. Rev; Roscoe Jackson '
'' 'Wade Easter Egg hunt for the child- the church grounds.A The No. 7 choir furnished music Sister Ne ta 'pastor
,Rev. C. ,W. pastor. I ren. Headed by Mrs. Annie Lee on with Mrs. Knowles at"the Kelly, reporter
I hearty welcome to all worshippers 3165iNW 56th St.
'The. spirit was Very' high as 'Gunter Sunday Eve on the piano and number one ushers
Ii' Church next Sunday, April 5. The spirit was high at Mace-
ground. Mrs. Lillle Bos- serving.
delivered the mes-
Rev. Wade Communion and
Holy Reception donia all
ton, a, member of St. Stevens day Easter Sunday
sage.. All visitors: were and are AMID Church, Orlando, is In of new members. There will be testimonial and well-attended beginning
always, :welcome. The (Easterf service and the with
\ Jackson Hospital. She Is the Holy Communion Sunrise service at 5 a.m.
program was 'enjoyed by all niece of Mrs. 0. Thelmas Mason Time will be administered on the 'Rev. Smith, pastor of Bright
'We''are to NOW! U the to Sell
r esent." sorry f1nt'Sunday. We wish
and Mrs. Flora Payne. Please a speedy Morning star Baptlst'Church
,bear that ,Rev. Cochran Is ill; visit her. Home. Use Times' recovery 'to our shut-ins, Mrs. preached the Sunrise
That a message.
let us visit;the' sick. The children : Susie Johnson and Mrs. Julia Our pastor preached for the
May the Lord
will have ,refreshments at Bless and keep Classified Ad I Tynes. Visitors are always morning services and two were
the church Saturday; April 4. you. I welcome added to the church.





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Blessed is he who comes in SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1964 PAGE 11 !
the name of the Lord. We are IN AND AROUND THE BAHAMAS

thankful to have both our pastor MADAM .
and Rev. Toles on the road v ------ -_ ___________
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of recoyery. God has been goodto H'igh Court Teaches
us. We are< preparing for Mrs. Evelyn Smith, 54, was found within 100 feet of each
Woman's Day which convenesthe fatally Injured recently when other on Muddy Alley off Nas- '
fourth Sunday in this she was knocked down by truck sau St., on March 14. The bodyof Alabama Lawyer Manners
month. Won't you give us the driven by Emmanuel Musgrove. Maude McDonald, 44, was
of being She died about two hours and a found at 8 am. on a vacant lot
honor our guest. Southern
The U S. Supreme Court, on courts of addressing
half
after the accident
at the and the body of Hilton Cole-
Mrs. Helen Shipp, chairman, Princess Margaret Hospital. brooke, 52, was found In bed in conviction Monday, reversed In an Alabama a contempt court I Negroes by their first name in II
Mrs. Hattie Toles, co-chairman; a four-room house. Police believe of a Negro woman who refusedto court proceedings.
Mrs. Mable Williams, co-chair Ex-policeman Audley J. Butler they died from natural answer questions unless she
man. Let us remember the sick died on March 7, In Mt Sinai causes. was addressed as "Miss Ham-
and continue prayer. Our sym Hospital, New York. He Joined r ilton," Instead of Just "Mary." LISTEN TO
pathy goes to Sds. V. Simpkins the Bahamas Police Force In The showing of the picture,
and family in the loss of her 1918 and served for 22 years, "Lille of the Field," at the The woman, who Is a field
dearly beloved brother. No. 2 reaching' the rank of secretary of CORE, was called KING BEEWMBM
sergeantand Shirley Street Theatre, netted
into court with a large numberof
choir wishes to thank the choirs
prosecuting In
sergeant the
the Bahamas Branch of the other
who came on their anniver- Magistrate's Court before he Negroes on charges
sary last Sunday and Rev. West. tired In 1939. He operated a grocery re British Legion $5,600. Sidney growing out of racial demonstrations R
and liquor store up to the Poltier, Bahamian-born screen in Etowuh County in
TEMPLE BAPTIST time of his death and stage star, and star of tho June last: year. 3:30to7pm.

Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor film, came to Nassau from New Supreme The NAACP Court appealed on the woman's to the
WIN A FREE TV
The bodies of two York for the showing.
persons were I
The Rev. O. A. Pratt, associ- behalf, and asked it to strike
ate minister of Mt. Olivette I down the practice in some
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memlter of a Board of Educa-
tion School In Nassau, Baha- MONEY FORHOMEOWNERS
mas, will deliver the messageat STAR MEAT MARKET :
11 am Baptism and the I
Lord's Supper will be adminis !
tered. The choirs will sing .

Jointly.It 1520 N.W. 62nd Street Reduci payments PlY iD your bills $1000-$20 mo.
was good to see Miss Edwina : Quick, (oIl d.llflll Senrki $2000-$30 mo.
Lord in Church Sunday Loans improved HM urns diy $3000-$40 mo.
morning. She is a student at.. No Stnici ((Mrgi whihoim tr .., jaunt y H Mil
Bethune-Cookman College and THE MARKET WITHE COURTEOUS SERVICE
assistant superintendent of our UNITED MORTGAGE CO.FI. Lle.nNd .red
Bond.d17th
School,
Sunday -+-

The Deacons' Board is plan- CONGRESS BUILDING FRanklin 9-2676
ning a,tea at the home of Dea- Fresh Meat-Low Prices Cell for npr..nt.tlr.-N..bIIg.tI.N/ .
con and Mrs. Alfred Dean, 558
NW 19th St. for Sunday, April
12. isooeeeeee Tl/ HOME SERVICE CALLS 0901
Every loyal Temple-Ite hasa W AND RADIO SERVICE DL, I"OJO! ,
mark on April 19. That's
Spring Rally Day. I
We do not give free estimates. Honest estimate require
GREATER BETHEL AME work. We repair, rent, Mil and exchange Satisfaction guar

245 NW 8th Street anteed. Free delivery. Know jour TV man and tare money

Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor
Mrs. F. J. Hicks, reporter JOE SCOTT TV

Beginning at 4 a.m. the very AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV BAliBB AND I SERVICE
beautiful candle servicewas
'held by more light than 800 923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1-8381
members and visitors at which
time the sunrise sermon was
delivered by the very dynamicDr.
J. A.1 Roberts, presiding "Living Service for the UYi .." \,
elder of the North Miami Dis-
trict with the choir at its best Oscar L. Range Funeral HomeM.
and the ushers attired In white.At I..
11 a.m. tho service was Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr.
divine having a capacity attendance ,
of members and visI- 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue
tors. We were honored to 'have OX 1-0131 OX 1-4343
the presence of our distinguished
member Mrs' Agnes \\m mm u u' u jj's' '
Ball, the First Lady of the 11th
Episcopal District.


THEODORE INCARNATIONFr. JONES, Ford Real Estate Specials! t _,' iJ

Fr. Theodore Jones, vicar
Rev. H. E. S. Reeves, deacon j I e ar J

Easter services were .well '
attended and much enjoyed Buy a home toda,.. We have a> large selection of :
throughout the day.
We were pleased hear our new and like new homes
three bishops, Louttit, Har-
grave and Duncan, on TV DOWN PAYMENTS START AT $100
(Channel 7)) preceding: our 11 :-j;
a.m. service. They were quite 1-4701 NW 15th Ave. $90 month. LiE I

served interesting.as moderator.Canon Charles Hay Nice CBS home. Tile roof hardwood floor.

During the afternoon the Florida room and carport See this one. fr
Fashion Show was sponsored
by the Sacred Heart Chapter. 2-4846 NW 16th Ave. $200 down

Easter offering far exceeded CBS home. Real large, large lot. These tore the new officer of Central Life Insurance Oo.

that of last :year. This Is pleas- Street $400 down, FHA (left to right) Alonzo Gory, Jr., Agency Director; Mrs. I
42nd -
ing to your Vicar and Vestry. 3-1762 NW t'
Fannie D. Stone, Secretary-Treasurer; and Edward D. Davis,
Sunday Low
Sunday services home with Clean
will be similar to those of Eas- CBS garage. President. These three, have the major responslblity la lead "
ter Day. 4-1281 NW 56th Street.... $300 down, FHA ing the Company to 'new achievements. ,

meeting The vestry for committee the election held of a I 2Ht bedroom home. Today, Central Life has more than $26 million worthof

delegates to the coming Diocesan I 5-1064 NW 61st Street $85 month. life Insurance in force. When you purchase .....- t
Convention. Names will be newly pamtecl1.G4bedroom !. nee from Central, your dollar doe TRIPLE DUTY t
mentioned in our next report. 3-bedroom home, ,

. . . . . 2 bath house, FHA $ 7.97 month ((1) It provides your family with protection and L
Ave. and 39th Street security, (2) It furnishes dignified and remunera* ,I,
Painting: Contractor Large home near 15th tire job opportunity for your children, and (3) it '

7--,2010 NW 53rd Street. 3-bedroom CBS home offers you when needed, ready cash through
WARNER HINESUceneed $65 month. Includes taxes and insurance mortgage loans with which to sere or secure a| com 'I
fortable home for your family.

Put your premium dollar to work oa three fronts" 4'

-' We- will trade your old house or lot by purchasing your insurance needs from 1

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. RARBE For Quartermaster' your information of the Post the,

I HOLLOWAY of 71 NewsBy Walter A. Bowe, Robbie Bray-
PAGE 12 SATURDAY APRIL 4, 1964 ROSCOE
Blount
boy, adjutant; CfrB. ,
'
w SW 2nd court, Deerfleld Beachdied I commander. .
I March 23. He Is survivedby

IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn his wife, Rachel He was I Walter BoweBROWAUD G'odfrey Scavella of West
sent to Philadelphia for final Hollywood is improving nicely
loving memory of our sad but loving memory of, I after an operation last Tues-
dear beloved mother, :SUSAN BEATRICE ROBERTSwho rites., day.
I departed this, life March COUNTY
10, 1DG3. of The Star light Lodge No. 542 Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Johnsonand
1iLi2' |WILLIE: a, BOWWARE will meet Friday at 8 at
Gone but not forgotten p.m. Mr. and' Mrs Ernest John
May she rest in peace. 1218.,NW G3rd !Terr,, died March the( Masonic Hall on Pembroke son, brothers, who have just
The: Family 30. Though being a native of Road. All members please bo opened their restaurant at 44th
.California he had lived hero present. and Pembroke.
since 1926. He is survived by
his wife, Leila. Services will be The Carver Ranches Fire Department The First Cathedral Spiri-
IN MEMORIAM Saturday at 4:30: In the chapel.: will hold its officers tual Council held its first annual -

In sad but loving memoryof meeting Monday. The tea and fashion show on
and members are making plansfor Monday, March 30 at the
our dear sister and aunt. ROSS 'of' 1475
MRS. FLORENCE SEYMOURwho MRS. BETTY a new fire truck. chapel of the House of Albert.
I NW 5tfli Place died March 31. An overcrowded' audience
enJoyed -
departed this life March She was a native of'Thomas- Ebenezer Baptist Church in a lovely program, fashIons -
25, 10G2. ville, Ga. and had lived here Hallandale will dedicate its of the season and wigs
Gone but not forgotten. since 1923. She will be remem- new church and laying of the styled by Mrs. Mary Williams.
wk May she rest in peace, and bered as the wife of the late corner stone this: month Rev. Madam Altherla Spikes, Is president
heat perpetual, shine upon Rev. J. I. Ross who was pas- O. Foster, pastor. of the council.
tor of the Friendship Baptist
Church' for many years. She Is The South Broward Post No.
Miss Beatrice Rolle, sister survived by a son, Amos and 8195 will hold its regular meet-
Mrs. Eva Delancy, ,sister a daughter-in-law, Betty, a ing Sunday at at Bowe's
The Family foster son, Tommy, four grandchildren Modernistic Barer Shop on

a sister, Mrs. Bessie the corner of 46th Ave, and
: Miles and a brother, Lynn

L a .":. CARD OF THANKSWe Bryant. Services Saturday at
1 p.m. at Friendship Baptist FRANCIS I
the family of the late, Church, .
]DIANA CASH .
MRS
ROSE L. COLEBROOKS I
MR. EMERY MARTIN of 320
who this life April 2
departed ,
with to acknowledge with grate- NW died
NW 7 St., March 25. Ser
1946. ABRAHAM LEE of 1301
ful appreciation, the many cards vices held
Sweet are the memories that telegrams., letters, flowers, andother 50th St., died March 31 His March were 30. Graveside Tuesday services,
never fade survivors include his wife Carrie -
expressions of sympathy : pel with Rev. Aaron D. Hall
Of love but several sisters ,
one we never save received from our ; his parents,
7HROU
many of
pastor Ebenezer Methodist
A loving smile and a happy friends during our hour of be- and brothers Services Fridayat Church officiating. Survivors
face, 7:30 in' the chapel. THE
reavement. Special thanks to : p.m. include four sisters; several
Broken link we can never replace Rev. E. T. Graham, Rev. S. A. nephews and other relativesand ARCIiuiiES!

Always In our hearts Thomas, members of Mt. Zion WILLIE GAITHER of 1210 friends. !
The Family Baptist Church and Richardson NW 5th court, apt. 8 died on
I Funeral Home for services March 31. His survivors Include MR,DEDRICKS B. JONESof THI' WACC' OOHTftllUTID$V THI fUlUSHtftPOGO
rendered. his wife, Came and two 1200 NW 1st Ave., died
The Family step daughters Atheria Macon March 31. Arrangements at
IN MEMORIAM
and Nellie Kirkland. Services this time are Incomplete. Survivors
'
In memory of our dear sisterBULAH will lie Monday at 1 pan, in Include one son: Mr. (,,>> ,.',.O, ,;.., ,Q,'
the chapel. Walter Lee Jones; one daughter "
CARD OF THANKS ; Miss Ira Lee Jones; a devoted -
friend; Mrs. Daisey Mae
.
-- FRANK DAVIS of 2029 NW Wilson and several other relatives I
74th St. died April 1. He was and friends.
a native of Tnamasvllle, Ga ,
and lived here since' 1954. Ills, BABY BOY BAKER Infant ,. Wt GOTTACOMMUM
tk survivors Include his wife, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert (' /
Mozell, three sons and daugh- Baker of 652 NW 10 St., died
ters and seven stepsons and March 32. Graveside services CATC

incomplete.daughters. Arrangements are Cemetery.were held Monady, at Paradise THE NEED

FOR PEOPLE'SSUPPORT'
.QQQ.?*rair r Q U Jtf VY'' ji

ALBERT J. A. Summons I OF THE

HANSON SCOTT 2270 NW REAL ESTATE AMBWCANsociety
155 St., died March 26. Services
were held Wednesday, 1 p.m. INVESTMENTAPPRAISALS CANCER
ZZk tl I. at First Baptist Church o *
Bunche Park, Rev W. J, Macon,
pastor. Surviving are three WE GOTTA
sisters and several lesser, rela REACH
'rI tives. NE 4-6875

sxitMa EVERY MAN,
1899 N.W: 53rd St. WOMAN
+YyglkR I MRS. LILLIE M. ROBINSON,
died at home, 1616 NW 2nd Ave Miami'42, Flm. AND CHILE
I SCOTTwho March 27. Her survivors are
WITH THtM
passed away March 31, husband, one son''and one grand 141x II
1956. We love her but God loves We the family of the late Dea- daughter. Services were con- SSA6E: '
her best. con Harry Walker, who departed ., .
ducted Thursday, at 2 p.m., aMt j :-
,t Mamie Warren, sister this life March 8 1904, wishto Carmel Baptist Church, YESSIR,WE6OTrA
Bertha Robison, sister express heartfelt thanks and Rev D. A. Bradley, pastor. TELLEVERYOD
Maude Jackson, sister gratitude to our many friendsfor
being so throughtful and )
: IN MEMORIAM wonderful during his illness and LEONARD DENSON, 765 NW IA ETCETERA,
passing of our beloved one; 68 St., died March 27. His survivors ETG, ETC...
OUTLINE thanks for the cards, letters, include his wife, Ceola;
f\\ In loving memory of our beloved telegrams, flowers and all other five daughters, eight sons,
mother, kindnesses that were shown to three brothers and two sisters.
us. Services with Rev. W. E. Sims
officiating were conducted at 3 x
Special thanks to Rev. Thed-: p.m. Tuesday.
a ford Johnson and the St. ,John' fr ,' rvEjust
,. Family and all other friends : CONY
'f.' The American Legion Post No., GEORGE LEE, 2237 W. 6 Ct., -
Hialeah, was a drowning victim %
245 and
auxiliary the Noj ,
; plus I
March 27 Services will oe held
l : 15 Pallbearers family and to !all :-.1-1)
our kind neighbors, again Saturday 1 p.m., in the chapel SAY .' \
Bishop
thanks. with Carter officiating \v hi
f He is survived' by one son, one

Aar+ A very special thanks to the daughter: and four sisters. A
House of' Albert for much appreciated Hialeah resident for 38 'years,
services! rendered for he will be, on view In the cha- GI Er
pel Friday afternoon. "
the
,:! family. .
5 ,Mrs. Ceola Walker, wife

tl and familyRICHARDSON MRS. LUCILLE 'McCLOUD,

2138, 68 Lane, died March 30.
.M Her survivors are her husband,
five sons, three daughers,
ALL FRIENDS AND I
MEMBERS -
sisters
mother and father, two
U MISS THELMA T two Brothers 'and four grand- : MAY MAKE THEIR I

2375 NW 161st St., died Marc children. Arrangements are in DONATION TO TIlE .J, I
A 29. Miss Turner Is the sister of complete. SPIRITUAL TEMPLE OF
'Y1ti the late Rev. 0. E. Turner. Surj- ZION Inc. I
vivors are her mother! Mrs. Al- INFANTS: Graveside ser- ,
bertha A. Turner, a sister. Mrs. vices at Evergreen were held At the home of the vice prtsl- t
MRS. ORIENT BOWS Margartte' Wilkerson, nieces March 28, for the infant daugh.I I dent'and' treasurer. She la also M".wv I
1 who departed this life April 6, and nephews, William Turner, ter of Mr. and Mrs. George H '4 oDe'of the ordained ministers. ii
,. 1963. Mercie Turner. Barber Clark, Smith of 1543 Redland Rd. Our charter Is registered In 'i
I Mrs, Dladys Evans, daugh- Bemadette Johnson Christine Broward and Dade Counties Jb eon more,give more
INS
I ter Smith, Mozel Roberts and and daughter of -
1 Mrs. Orient Bows, daughter Allen Turner. Services will be Mr. and Mrs. Bishop T. Mit- L. HUNTER, D.D., AMERICANCANCER I
I held In the chapel on Saturday,' chell, 1040 NW 39 St., were laid
} Mrs. Maria Jenkins, daughter April 4, ait 2 p.m., with Rev.t<)i rest In Evergreen Cemetery 1657 NW 73rd St. ,

!. ''* Emory Jackson, officiating. April '1. .r .J SOCIETYCARDS




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With option to buy Ex-Palm Beach Star NOTICE TO CHURCH ;;''t

3270 NW 52nd St.

Large 3-bedroom CBS Signs With 'BI'ovt I!! REPORT Jl t. ... "' .. ,;,:
The new drndline for getting
home Basketball star Lavern Tart clitfrrh news Into our office for
Landscaped front and of Bradley University was signed .. publication/ Is TUESDAY noon
'
Kick, competely fenced in, to a pro football contract by AH church reporters are ,

.a.e -..1 i tile bath, awnings, oak the Cleveland,, Browns of the urged news received to cooperate after noon Church OBTne .

floors, laundry room, largo National Footbtall League. day cannot be guaranteed 1'1

FOR: SALE FOR RENT storage shed, artificial The 6-2 202-pound Tart was ;

fire place, picture win foalfback' and end nt, West
1011 SALE FOK SALE FOlt & EFFICIENCY all dote Open fdr inspection.( Palm Beach Roosevelt High CHILD CARE
$500 DOWN, $G9 month. Utilities,
CBS. Almost downtown area. $13 weekly Freshly painted before concentrating on basket. PREPARE your child for 1st
new Colored section
Mlckln'a Rental Agency NE ball at Bradley; He was voted grade this
of Hollywood, large bedroom 40500.1BEDROOM. Call HI 8-1119 September; ,enroll
2-bath. Ask for Ronnl., evenings : the most valuable player at the now, Jingle] Bell Playhouse ",
NA 1.1881, day" YU NIT tournament which Bradley Kindergarten, 5i St and 17th -
3-1 2. Dent Realty. apt., unfurnished i:
$15 per week. Mickin Rental won. Ave., phone OX 11827. ,

$500 1> VN. No closing costs, Agency NE 4-0500.
furnished CBS home and! in- Houses For Rent '1: '
can*, 1511 JvW, 44th St. Open

See anytime beautifully' furnished FURNISHED 775 NW GO' St. PL large 4-90G9 efflcency; adults, 1805 NW 76th Terr $25 weekly, :

plus $70 2-bedroom month' Ihcome.CBS Better homE, only, 1805 NW 7th Terr. $25 weekly Brings Oute./j> /

nurty this will sell fast* Alia-
pattah. Realty, 633-0428. ROOM for rent; for any Chris 2-4xKlroom unfurnished house Full
tian ,
man or woman; phone
with large yard. 2133 NW 45th .
Ii-DSDR( Ori1 2 BATH.: Open 7514801. .
St. $25 weekly .
SUn. 2-G. See 4815 NW Gth Ave. HAIR :
Only $350 down, good area for in
children. Oak floirs, Fla., room, ROOMS\ private house. $7.50 1-bedroom unfurnished house,
side alley. FHA. A Ben-Kor each 1515 NW 68 St. OX 1-1690. 1558 NW 49th St. $18 weekly.

43131.Realtor, night PL 9-5533, day PL I ,.. BEAUTY r ,:,, "

DUPLEX 2-bedroom apt. 3028 I. 1 furnished efficiency, 4841 NW
NO QUALFYING NW 52 St. Stove, !refrgeratorand IGth Ave. $18 weekly. ')\<
$83 monthpays
: water furnished
for information ,
; .'
all Lovely CBS home, call NE 4-4881, For last two houses see Mrs. '.oj ft
oak floors, awnings garage, Coleman for key. All houses .
walk to bus; $1200 down move Immediate occupancy, .
lit A, Ben-Kori, Realtor. Night FURNISHED 1-bedroom a1 t., I
PL 1 9-6533, day PL 4-3131. free lights and water Adults Days call
only 1808 NW 55 Terr. 635-9089.
DRIVE BY 4747 NW 5th Ave. S. Grossat

Lovely 3-bedroom CBS awnings, ONE bedroom apt., large rooms, 444-6126 ""
garage, fence, tile roof,. oak fully furnished, very quiet; no
floors; $350 down, 13,000 total, children $20 week. 1323 NW 58 Evenings call BettyHI ,
phone A Ben-Kori Realtor; Terr. ? ,,,
night '''PL 9-5533, day PL 4-3431 8-2824 f ''+

FURNISHED apt, with yard. ,.......... ........ .......... ......... ........ ........ ..... ,,
LIVING room, bedroom, dining Reasonable; for information ?,
room furniture for sale! going call OX 1-2126 1-BEDROOM APT. Earn, $19 '
north must sell. 277 NW 48 St. week. PL 8-3901. clears
PL 4-6900, FURNISHED 2-bedroom duplex \v.. away
] furnished bed apt., will FURN APT, 2 rooms and ;dandruff worries
FULLY FURN. Three bed- take child up to 3 years-old bath Quiet residential area.j ,
room CBS with separate garage MU 1-0325. 3020 NW 52ntl St -NH -

awnings, stove, refrigerator I
J washing machine. $400 Dn. I -
FHA terms and seller pays all
closing costs. Life Realty, 4932 LARGE FAMILY? I LARGE HOMESOWNER '
NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Finest Selections In Miami
Sundays and evenings.NO MUST SELL
See, move right in No red tape! Lovely homes open
CLOSING COSTS FHA NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTS ,
terms. Enclosed front and rear 4030 NW 3rd AvenueFour .
'
porches, separate garage. House large ,bedrooms, Fla! room, 2-car garage Outside EZ Term Less Than Rent

out.Is freshly Floors painted Inside and needs paint. Inside is beautiful. $600 down, .
refinished, stove
and refrigerator. Price Is $9,500, $10,900 total price. $90 per month pays all. l'.'.
$200 down and $77 per month. 3031 NW 69th Terr.

Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. 4425 NW StlTAvenue For people who want the very finest in new con- :

evenings.PL 9-4371. Open Sundays and 3-bedroom, '2-bath, 2 Fla. rooms, garage, air conditioned traction.. Sunshine Home present their 1064 i

stove, refrigerator. $12,900 total, $850 models. Beautiful bedroom, 2 baths, Fla. room,;;'.

LIVE RENT FREE Beautiful down, $90 per month. oak floors, tile roof and .ar.... ,
like new CBS duplex, 2- r .
.
bedrooms on each side. $450 46th \", ,
Street
down and monthly' payment of 745 5221 NW 5th Avenue
$85 is so low that the rent New house repossessed!. Make terrific deal. 3-bedrooms -'
from one side will pay it all. fence. 2 beautiful 1964 Sunshine Home models with 3*
Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave., 2 baths, Fla room--.,- bedrooms, 2 baths, Fla., room, oak floors, tile roof

PL Sundays.NO 9-4371.. Open evenings and HANDY MAN SPECIAL! and built-in kitchen.

2102 NW 42nd St. 3-bedrooms, large corner lot, -

Beautiful QUALIFYING, Like new. fence, utility room, garage, low, low down payment.See 1241 NW 53rd Street
2-bedroom CBS with I
Sunday
2 full bathrooms< Each bedroom the above home Saturday Nice CBS 2 bedroom, hardwood floors, carport wall

Its has its own entrance and Call Owner direct! WI !8-9886 to wall carpeting fenced yard, $350 down, $65 per
own beautiful bathroom.
month. FHA.
Flat tile roof, wall to*wall' closets
large' built-in **kitchen, -. ----
awning windows, etc.* :
gain at $12,500 and $*5 month 575 NW 49th Street

Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. Lovely CBS 2-bedroom, Fla. room, oak floor And ,

Sundays.PL 9-4371.. Open evenings and' HOMES OF PRESTIGEby appliances. $400 down. $70. month FHA terms.; ''.,,.


DOLL CBS. Jalousied HOUSE windows- 2-bedroom, awn "CHESTER WYNNE" 3501 NW 208th Terrace '

ngs, enclosed back porch, CBS 2-bedroom, tile floors, screened porch. and
stove and refrigerator. Spotless FINE HOMES" built-in kitchen. No qualifying $500 down $79
MANY per
inside! and out. Price is $9,OOO, "BUILDER OF ,
:$300 down and $75 month. Life month.
Fine values
Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL New creations New styles -- .-
: -4371. ,Open evenings and Beautiful Styling
Sundays bedrooms, 2 baths FHA VA resales, like new CBS 2, 3, and 4 bedroom

Built in oven and range Perfect Location homes near schools and shopping centers, from $100
FOR RENT down, $60 per month. See model home at 3501 NW

Many, many other items 208th Terr. Open, 1-6 p.m.

RENT REDUCED by $2 per TODAY .
week. Four apartments and 3 DRIVE OUT TO MODEL
single houses. Free, water. 1531

NW BEDROOM 1st CG house+, front parch 867 N.W. 73 Street t NEWS REALTY Inc. ::


closed iniTatove; furnished. Un The Broker that work for )
furnished. 3094 NW 51 Terr. ( you
NE 4-9925; Mr. Jordon. For information call BRAND NEW LOCATION
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ONE bedroom house furnished 634-7346 OR JE 1-6902 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
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or unfurnished quiet'neighborJwxxL 4140 NW. 12th Avenue
(Open Sunday) ;
,1 5 conveniently located, '- .
clean and reasonable,; 2161 NW ,
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. YWCA ActivitiesYWCA CO-ED CLUB DANCE>
The Co-Ed Club will have its,

PAGE 14 SATURDAY next dance on Saturday April
APRIL 4 1064LET'S ANNIVERSARY
,
4' at the Northwest YWCA Cen
- - CELEBRATION ter. The time Is 7-10 p.m. All
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I Another spring marks the I Junior and Senior High School
end of the first year of activi- students are invited to attend.
TALK POLITICSBy ties at the Northwest Center of Arthur McCarthy is, chairman.

the Miami YWCA. At a very fib ,
i.wu ting time, during National I The Square Circle
NORMAN E. JONES YWCA week the first Annlver- '

Historical Bockgonnd of the Negro in Politic, the Church Do you realize that your local sary Celebration will be held; Sportsmen Club
and Fraternal Organizations social security office stocks a a dinner on Thursday evening
of a dozen' different socl April 16, at G30: p.m. Urges you to Circle this date
A.- -- -- --" library Members and friends of the
al security informational pam April 23, for their Spring moon '
The Emergence of the Negro States either moved back Northor phlets? You can otttaln pamphlets YWCA are invited to participate. Light Boat Hide be sure you
In National Politics changed their political affiliation and booklets there ex- pate. will have loads of fun with
YWCA
k Once again the political sun to the Democratic Party a planing every phase of social The theme of National Is plenty refreshment.
occasion
of the Negro began to rise over vacuum was created In the National security retirement survivors Week and of this
the horizon bringing warm Republican Party for representation and disability benefits. And .to be "The YWCA Belongs ToYou" Sailing time 8 p.m., fare
rays of light and hope driving in the Southern they're free.Accident Mrs. Stanley Biedron, $1.50 for tickets; please call
away the dark clouds of despair States. Since the South was immediate past president of the these numbers Ed Bogle OX
brought 'on by their total disfranchisement I again voting solidly Democratic Miami YWCA will be the speak 13242; Mrs. Sampson 759.3285
by Southern In National Elections at the aren't just things er. Mrs. Dorothy W. Edwardsis
reactionaries, and heralding a time it did not seems worthwhile that happen to "somebody the anniversary chairman
new day In the political future for whites to accept the else." If you should ever become and encourages all to send In
I of the ex-slaves and their de- responsibility and liability of at. I totally disabled from an reservations to her In care of LISTEN TO
scendants. tempting to keep alive a Republican accident or from an illness do the Northewest YWCA Center
Organization in these you know the social security 5100 NW 21st.. Aver. by April 8. KING BEEWMBM
This time when political opportunity former slave holding states. protection you have for your-
knocked at their self and your family? Your local Y WIVES CLUB
door a much better prepared Thus the Negro who was denied social security office is always All interested ladies in the .
group answered. Thanks to the the right to participate in ready to furnis'hed such community are invited to attend -
experiences gained through the Democratic Party politics and information. the meeting of the Y 3:30 to 7
church and fraternal orders. Negroes who was solidly Republican Wives Club on M April pm.
were now in a, far better anyway was "given the responsibility 6, at 1 p.m. The meeting will
position to take advantage of by the National Repub- There is probably no number be held at he Norhwest YWCA WIN A FREE TVJack's
this new political opportunitythan i can Party 'of maintaining a more important to you than Center 5100 NW 21st Ave., by
they were In the Recon- Party Organization In the your social security number. It April 8.
struction Era and even more Southern States and thus Ne- is used in recording your earn
important they, were I not sub- gro entered the National Political ings;' the'basis for payments ((1)) -
ject to the prejudices of' their scene in the event you become totally
former masters as their sourceof By default since white people disabled ((2)) to your family In MEN'S WEAR
power rested In Washingtonwith did not even take the the event of your death or ((3))
the President was above trouble to send delegates to the to replace lost earnings at re-
"MR. JACK"FOR
SEE
and beyond the pressure of the National Republican Conven- tirement.
*
Southern Politicians
tions Negro! delegations fromseveral

This new political rescue of of the Southern States Your social security tax Is STYLES FOR ALL AGES

course came from the Republican were(seated without opposition, paving the way for retirement The Vary Latest In Men' Faihions
:Driving! them full and
Party and as long as a Republican complete benefits. It could also smooththe
I President was in the rights and authority In these way for your, family in the SILK MOMAtft SUITS HATS
White House their future seemed states, where there was a semblance event of your disability or untimely -
ITALIAN SHOES
bright. This political advantage of a white Republican death. Get the facts
came to the Negro more Party they were recognized but about this protection from 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami Florida
even then, some Negroes ,
were
by default of the Southern your local social security office.
found in the delegation delegates I
white man than as
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and alternates.It *
action 'on the part of the

Negro. I was natural that the lead. Social security protects! you
With the withdrawal of ers 'of these Fraternal Orders and your family throughout
Federal Troops from the South and the' church should assume I your working years. It provides
Fields
in 1877 It did not take the the political leadership in their family benefits in case of your Lincoln Apartments
Southern Democrats long to respective'states as ,they had death or disability. Your local
completely take over all elective pained political experience and social security office has free 2048 N.W.12Dd Street
and appointive political had at their command a ready booklets that explain this protection
officers from the Republicans made. functioning organizationwhich .
and soon a white man found
could easily be directed *
it both unprofitable and uncom in political channels. Enjoy Living in Our Colf Clean Apartment
fortable to be identified as a When you pay social securitytax
Republican and so the Repub- And so began the Negroes second on your earnings; in either Offering Many Feature
lican Party as much ceased to trial in the political arena employment for wages or as a FREE GAS
exist in the South since the Negro which was to last longer and (self-employed person you are
could not participate in po bring far greater and more permanent building toward your retire- Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Ga Store
litics and the white man refus- rewards and this time ment. Did you know that you
ed to be a Republican, thus was to play an even greater are also building family protection Newly Painted Venetian Blinds
creating a vacuum.As role both In the selection of in the event of disability or Washing Machine Laundry ROOMM
the white Republicans the ReuMican Nominee for President your death? Call write, or visit -
who controlled the political and keeping the Repub- your social security office to Free Parking Auto hot water realer

machinery in the Southern lican Party in power. learn the details of the lifetime ,Free Garbage Disposal Filtered wabrCARETAKERS
protection.

ON PREMISES

: FSES Job Finding things Social to security many people.means many It is .,

many things for many people.
Family protection starts at the Weekly RaIN

L Team at High Schools benefits instant of will birth continue and retirement throughlife. $14-80 l-bedroom $18.SO 2-Udrooat>> Apt.

Disability provisions' pro-
tect against' the economic effects Renting Office open every day Phono OX 1-682
A youth Job finding team from I the types of workers that will of severe disability Ask your
the Florida State Employment be available. ; social security office representative -
Service will be Interviewing, Tyson said that if studentsare what this can mean to you.
testing and counseling' senior ,unable to contact the FSES Almost 10 million social security -
students at the following high representative at the' school benefit payments are made SEE THE WORLD'S
schools during ,the next two that they should call 377.2411 each month. These benefits are GREAT PROPHET
weeks< : Norland on April 1, 2, 3 for an appointment. for persons of all ages. Make a 35 Yean of Experience
through' 6; South Dade on April mental note of what this life-
7; Booker T. Washington on time protection could mean to Bishop Hunter Is well known a*
April 8 and 9; Hialeah on April Club NewsThe you and your family not only '' PROF. HUNTER
10, 13 and 14 and G. when you retire, but right now
; W. Friendship Charity and disableor ti If yon are sick, worried or in
If
should become
Carver on April 17, said Harry Social Club met at the home of you die. trouble this Is the place to come
Tyson Manager, Miami Metropolitan Mrs.' Cooper.' All officers were Don't stay In the rot push back
""ti Area for the FSES. present. A lovely repast was the veil of bad lock that seemsto

Tyson said that the youth Job served and was enjoyed by Wait for the stop-light, wait ,X",' hold yon in your track and
"\ finding team has conducted all. We also celebrated two for the bus, but don't hesitate '. < '. tt : advance forward by the help of
over 1,600 Interviews and has birthdays: Mrs. Ross and Mrs. when you're called to dinner, $ ',,; '* Ii' I' God, under the leadership of
4 YJ ." ik Prof. Hunter who has 35
tested 324 senior students Toms. or to find out about what lifetime ; years
who will be looking for'' work Our next regular meeting social security protectioncan ,a:J. 4 ,\ of experience in spiritual and
'
i" '?;i' '
i occult science. Make home
when they. graduate since Nov., will We at the home of Mrs. mean to you and your ,1" --' your
happy. He will show howto
when the Verdelle Cox. family. Many of your neighbors you
to assist
program
i bypass your enemies and the that life demands
get things
these students started. Mrs. Verdelle Cox, president have already discovered the value
of checking at the social for yon Come one, come alL Healing meetings every Wednesday -
Tyson urges all senior stu-J Mrs. Frankie Dunn, report. security office. Don't wait; find at the Spiritual Temple of ZJoo, Inc, MIT BW ITtfc
dents who know that they will erYou 'out about the protection for Street West Hollywood Florida 7:30 pan.Hollywood..

be seeking employment when you and your family against
they graduate to contact the Are Invited disability and death.
), FSES personnel when they are ., *
) at their school so that they can Come find out about your
vet a head start on finding a children's. schools Jack D. Gor. Social security provides pro-
Job. don Educational Forums Bay- tection for survivors of workersas
well retirement and disability
front Auditorium as
8 Mon-
will Tyson added that a campaign day, April 6, Monday p.m., April 13, benefits.
start shortly the
by FSESto
Monday April 20, Monday 27
get employers in the Dade Monday May 4. After Easter
Cbunty area to consider hiring

young high school graduates. Clearance \

Knowing ,how many young pea TOMORROWThat "Store-Wide half price After 5417
ple will bef looking for employment to-morrow starts from Easter Clearance". Clothing, S.W. 17th Street Florida
and in what occupation today and is one day beyondit furniture and household iteivs. 1 mile J3** Stan *** 441 S mfes week of 8altes dale onTHE .
robes the future with hope's Come in and save. Council north He of the roaft. Office boon: 1 p.m.,to 8 p.m. 811D4q
will help the FeES to better rainbow hues*-Mary Baker Thrift Shop 5601 NW 7th Ave, 1 to 3 p.m, Ucensed by State and Coaa.... Readteg dUr.'
inform' the local employers of Eddy. PL 11501.

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
I
TOlfOnnOW'J
Bahamas Soccer ;
SATURDAY, APRiL 4, 1964 PAGE 15 t;,., .'irtJ\ Often do the splrita : *
",. ,,_ : Of great event stride on before .1<,
= Team In Tourney l. :.. the event,

.. MIGHT, !. And in today already !walk".to-:-., .. '.
,
morrow .
HereThe p<
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***,
:;-; Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Spearing best talent from the en
tire isle will comprise the 11 Exciting Races

Bahamas entry in the Inter- .
American Soccer Tournament .. .'... -a..
With April 12-17 at Curtis Stadium, ....." .' rlh'UI Attention

SportsDy 1JJ01! NW 21th Ave ,.'.: .....'.f "f'.U'. <.'<', <.; :' Home Owners

d The remaining three clubs ., .. ',' ", > "
HARRY SPEAR competing are from Ecuador, ,/ : '" /' ,.', For quality building
the same eleven that won the '. ." addition and remodeling

MIAMI BEACH AND MIAMI SHOWINGTHE years City of ago Miami; North tournament Miami and two Miami 'DOG: : '. WAC' : !" PL 4-0655

Proper. The latter two
WAY TO BOX ING LOCALLY have Increased their training FIHHT HACK 815 IM NO DOWN PAYMENT
--- periods to two hours twice From $5 per week

.At i least throe clubs are operating ORIOLES SCHEDULE event weekly, preparing for the GRANDSTANDADMISSION I FHA OR BANK TERMS
steady each week to FRIDAY, April 3 New
Doubleheaders are set for Fla. Room Kitchen
capacity crowds as I have mentioned York Yankees. -
I April 12 15
time and again. Give the SATURDAY, April 4 Chicago and 17. Bedrooms Bathroom
public Its money's worth and !twill White Sox. Following the tournament S'O.lt Carporte Garage
patronize you. SUNDAY, April 5 Los on April 19, the Bahamas and Awning Fence
Miami Beach, Little River Angeles Dodger. 2 p.m. Miami All-Stars'jeams will play ...'....... .. .....
and Pan American are the THURSDAY, April 0 Milwaukee a one-game series for the Bahamas News
clubs that doe doing this. Their Braves, : p.iri Development Board Cup. SOUTH END Realty, Inc
prices are within the reach of Miami won the last three series COLLINS AVE.NOW1 (BUILDERS DIVISION)
a working man's pocket. ThatIs Northern Dancer, from the held ((1 50-58)) and Simon Bowe/
another reason why they Wlndflelds Farm of E. P. Tay president of the Bahamas Soccer Closed Circuit 4740 NW 7th Ave.
draw. the crowds. Last but not lor, noted Canadian sportsman, Association, stated his IlfDF
least these boys who fight In has been installed as the 0 to 5 organization is looking forward T.L I r .inw

these clubU give you plenty of favorite for the 13th runningof to avenging the defeats. .......... .......... ........................................................................... .
action. Between the' three clubs the $100,000 Florida Derby
last week there were over 5.000 Saturday.
people attending. This is mlghty It Is expected that eight or
good without a named fight. nine top three-year old rivals LISTEN TO JET TV CLINICHOME
er on the shows. I will be under colors as they at.
Now coming to our boxing tempt to wrest honors from
con mission. They are tryingto Northern Dancer, who gained a KING BEE SERVICE CALLS $1.00
place of eminence the
appoint. a state commissioner. among
In my opinion there is ,not three-year-olds Uy winning the WMBM3:30to7pm. Day or NightWe
enough clubs operating In Flamingo.The .
Florida to warrant this. Some early Ine makes Northern Service All, Make .ofHIFI's (
people wonder who am I to Dancer the choice and the
suggest this, working for such fact that Bill Shoemaker the WIN A FREE TV and STEREOS
a Small paper. Because' it is nation's No., one Jockey will be I W. Also R.ntTV'
In the has shortened the
saddle
only a weekly edition, but you
will be surprised of its circu- odds. ,
cent by the week month
lation. Between the mailing Cecil Carmine's Dandy K. trip to Indianapolis and or
and Harbor View, Farm's Roman the TJGA convention.
list and what is sold the
street with on box- Brother, who finished one Many items of Importancewill
my experience
Ins besides other sports has two in that order in the recent be discussed and all mem- 907 N.W. 2nd AVENUEPhone
bers are urged to be present.TOMORROW .
only been 50 years or more Fountain of Youth Stakes, are
listed at 4 to 1 each and appearto FR 42044Try
In ,which time I worked for be among the leading contenders -
'
Tom Andrews Record Book, The man who wastes
today
the Old Roman Brother will have
Sporting Record, Police lamenting yesterday will waste
Gazette, Ring Magazine, last 1 Manuel Ycaza In the saddle tomorrow lamenting today. '
but not least, had my own while Mickey Solomone, who Phillip Raskin. \ A Miami Time Clarified Ad
books here In Florida for a .drove Dandy Ito: his rousing ",,
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rood many years., named the triumph In the Fountain of
Hingslde Reporter. I kept this Youth, will be back in the
book after PETE VACCAREgave irons.
It up. Therefore I thinkI Other prospects for this renewal -
have had a little experienceof of the Florida Derby Include
boxing: and should know Calumet Farm's Kentucky
what I am writing about. Pioneer, Darby Dan Farms L NEVER BEFORE !
What Dade County needs Saltville, Rex Ellsworth's The
right now is a good county commission Scoundrel, Kamen and Wald-
with men who can man's Greek Episode, W. C.
be trusted and know what Partee's Canal, Mrs. R. L. Heine-
they are doing. The public, man's Cap Size and W. A. Wie-
managers and fighters would land's Troy Our Boy. Just off .27th Ave.
be happy, It, will do away with
all this corruption that is
played upon time and again. Par and Birdie
Therefore boxing'' will Ue With the best stores buses and
hack to Its normal self again. Club to MeetThe ,
There must be around 150 Par and Birdie Golf
fighters training around Dade Clutt of Miami will meet 8 p.m. schools right at your door
County on and off. When they Monday, April 0 at the home ,
are preparing for a fight. of Kelly C. Wilson, 4750 NW
8th Ave.
ELI SCHUSTER who Is rep Mr. Wilson,' recently elected
resentative for a Teamsters will announce the
president
Local here In Miami, is sponsoring appointment of several new and 1964
; a show at the Pan Important committees and Ernie Brand New
American
Auditorium this Hayes, business manager,
;month 'Is interested !in a will give his report on the re-
heavvweiaht
whose name is
MIKE COSTLA, trained by
GEORGE ROTH-SEIDEN and 8INCK INS CBSHomes
will 3 Bedroom
be making his debut on
the DOUG VALIANT, JIMMY For Quality Building
MACK show at the auditorium.

THERE ARID 'a good many PL 1-3604
local boys who can give TONY "
MAMARELLI a good fight :
without going ,out of town for PL Unu d4 H '
:an
.<>f them: Perfecto Garcia, Jimmy some
Mack, Doug Valiant, Chico Ve- !
Jez, Sammy Burgess. What is
;wrong with those names, Dick
f-ee? Your club would not be H With

:tcrowd.large enough to hold half the LOT OWNERS! 39 95000 Easy

Tony is the best drawing We plan, guide and advl.e ONLY TermsWill

tcard around these parts today. Your plan or our = '
PAN
AMERICAN again
once
Built Homo
Custom
topped all clubs for Its action-
packed show. People are get- Attractive! Addition
ting to know this club now,
and are, becoming steady' customers Quality Alterations also take in trade, any good!equityfor
Just like Little >Rlver.
Keep the good work'up' Buddy. Cood bank financing ".
Pack. 4. down payment

Next Monday, April 6, another g Pmo
all-star card will be presented -

will be, five looking bouts for In you all. Buddy all. (!)@ \3 3uo. SEE SERNAKER 16525 N.W. 27th,Ave.

Why shouldn t I boast: Buddy? .
I am his announcer at the ..... IasareA

whkfc fight and take place wrestling, every Satur-shows 888 N.E. TWi Stmt' Ji <..JJ
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; ; *F*;r Plea of Guilty J, Recognition ,ProgramGamma
NAACP To Honor ... Alpha' Chapter Iota
Cancels TrialA Phi Lambda Sorority, Ino, invites -
you to attend fta.Rec gnl-
first degree murder trial lion Progran In .,observance' of
JudgeMarshall on TV for Willie! James Woolfolk, 31, National',,'Boi aesg.Week, honor
of 3303 Grand Ave., Coconut ing the usWets( ooinan, man
,.. '
.. Grove, was cancelled Wednesday a'p di! outstanding stud&rt of the
NEW YORK -, The NAACPwill when he pleaded guilty to i I I yearu.SundayApril't-26; 4-6
pay special tribute to the I THE TIM'ES MIAMI, FLA i a reduced charge of manslaughter : er.' -Methdist
Church.
man whose legal knowledgeand Z"I'\MI ,;

skill ware! chiefly responsible PAGE ,1$'\ t', SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1964 Circuit Judge L. !I ,..'11 .
for the historic 1954 Supreme ,"" .. Henry Bala- Dies" Canal
Court ruling# on segregation \ : l.i: ban sentenced him to 15 years in ". __...-'
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on a special closed' cir- ; t In prison for shooting his former -I I A 64-year-old Hialeah: man"'
cuit ,television program on May Rev. A. C. Mozell :-,.:; Cancer: Film .atBe'tiany''Cli 30. gl rdlrl end, Renella Allen, drowned Friday when he apparently /
\ Nov. 1 at her
14 oommemmorating the lOtn : jtei apartment at fell into a canal at W.
'' .
h anniversary of that decision. EntelrsPastoratewith' 3616 Grand Ave A male com-l Fourth Ave. and 23rd St., police
The program will be seen in ': f : : |.rc i...:;: panion was wounded. said.
major cities throughout the' : f'alth, .in God;. Rev. Al-
country fonzai 'c.' Mozell A"'''native' son "The Bethany Seventh Day --
Adventist Church t is
presentIng -
Thurgood Marshall, Judge of of Miami has reopened the 'a f 1 1 m titled "The, Seven EDISON
the U. S. Court of Appeals for doors of old St. Paul AME danger signs of Cancer, Saturday SPECIALS
the Second Circuit, will be Church at 1901 NW 4th Ct. The :
night, April 11, at ,: :
honored for the crucial role church' as been organized as A question and answer,.,session .
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which he played In the Supreme the Trinity Temple of Faith.It will follow. The public 1 J1t Invited
Court decision. Judge Marshall, is the first church of all' ,
,to this
very interesting end 280 NW 45th Street
faiths in the central district
then special counsel for the Negro Informative program.. ,A 'phyeiciaA l-
NAACP, headed the batteryof of Miami. will be on hand to answer N
-. NAACP lawyers who argu- This young minister (fs'. i no all;: questions. The dmsslon! is Open Sunday 2-6 p.m.
'
ed the various cases.It stranger to Miami. He won the tree.''thts program sponsored by 2-bedroom CBS plus 2 screened porches, carports.
was Judge Marshall who hearts of Mlamlans when he ithf, ,:American Cancer Societyand
obtained and utilized the resources stood alone and unfraid in the *presented by the women of $250 down, $78 a month pays all. FHA. Will paintto
of an eminent group of street of Birmingham, Ala; .
social scientists, Including educators Charleston, S. C; Jackson, Miss; Bethany. sut buyer.
sociologists, psychologists and Jacksonville, Fla., and The church location is 2500
and brought to Dade County on the
anthropologists NW 50th St. -+-
statisticians, who greatly influenced / spot reports during the racial i
1 the Court's decision demonstrations in those cities. Spacious 3-bedroom CBS, Fla. room, dining room,
that segregated education is inherently I
inferior and unequal. He is known by many Chris- carport. Only $300 down, FHA.
tians because of his Sunday LISTEN TO )*.'
This week Harry Belafonteand night' "Midnight Hour of .
Edward G. Robinson con- Prayer" heard on radio station
firmed their appearance on the WAME. Hundreds have called KING BEE CBS duplex. $10,900 total. Fenced yard, terrazzo
two-hour closed circuit televis him to remember them in
ion spectacular. The program prayer during the broadcast. WMBM3:30to7pm. floors Taxes only $16.85. Let tenant pay all bills.
will originate in New York
City and in Los Angeles. \-Rev.! Mozell and the congregation A good deal. Excellent bank terms.
of Trinity Temple of .
Thus far, approximately 30 Faith extend a cordial invitation .- .
cities have made arrangementsto to the citizens of Miamito
have the program receivedin worship with them. Servicesare WIN A FREE TV "Looking for Something New?,"
their area, relayed via the ""held at 11 a.m., and 7 p.m.,
Freedom Network, organizedfor each Sunday. Then see our wide selection of lovely duplexes. Some

this }particular broadcast.Another .
20 ,cities are. expectedto with 2 ,A 3 bedrooms and Fla. rooms
confirm thedr meservations FOR SALE OR TRADE
shortly. .

Several other hit stars will i .
appear on the program including EDISON REALTORS
Politer SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
Sidney Oaeie Dam
vis, Ruby Dee Ffredric
March,
New 'custom-built 3-bedroom home
Langston Hughes, Genet

and Garry ills Moore orchestra, Duke and Ellington others.JKelly,, Tile Roof Terrazzo Floors Central Heat 175, ".w. 62iHl St 751-2441

Alftilo Bath Kitchens "
Vanity Factory


State Elks Ready for 'Built-in Oven Tile Sills Garage _......_..._------ -- -_...._------------_...._...

Orlando Meet Awning Windows City Water

SEE' LIBERTY HOMES:
President W. O. Perry of the

Florida completed State final' Association plans' for has the 2901 NW 50th St., MiamiOR If YOU Must Almost new 2-buildings

opening of the 3&th Session of\ . double
the Florida State Association of ,CALL: MR. MURRAY UN 6-1331 -. very big rooms -
Have The Best
Elks 'Sunday, April 12, at OrLando garage No quallfylnlr-
Fla. BUILDER I > Indf 1219 NW 33rd St. This was built b7 owner

,, ,', Highlighting the convention .. a contractor Lot., U
will:be the Lodge of'Sorrow I M* 98x123 feet /Don't miss. '
'
and Civil Liberties Program. 'thl.1 I
"
The Lodge of Sorrow will be (Attention!! Attention!! .'l' v
+ held/at 11 'a.m. Sunday .at Mt. .e ,e

l Pleasent Rev., E., H.Baptist Johnson Church pastor with of |" SEE THE F ULOUS NEW No. Qualifying One block to (Manor Park,'
$
\_ Ebenezer Methodist Church 1083'NW 47th Sf. schools, corner, fenced
Orlando, delivering the.. sermon. 5 awnings 2 bedrpoms, 'Big
t
I ATTORNEY EARL M. ', ,41w; CBS barbecue (cost $500),

JOHNSON TO SPEAK "Genie Home"Now i. 15x22 :utility! _.,roonw With
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J%v a1 !
Attorney Earl M. Johnson of '. "a-a $1.,- ",. : o ....'t1i.t.. ... .', ,take
Jacksonville, Fla., will deliver f1Yer.'.,.tM.,: __ ,..,.. t.
the ,Civil Liberties address at J S8 ...;.:.-td.:' 40.::"
' For ., ._ '
; Jones High School at 4 p.m., ,.. Open.. Public Display ot..{ r.""",
with, him: will be the 'three :w.fJ( "r ; 9 It .')(1' ; ,t'

i young, people that spent. ; months In jail at St. Augustine, Sou.: +From* f. to S P.M. 2..tory duplex AJtotlieKVMpeBB. Th.' owner
,
which}he defended. A colorful ? : : built this beautiful ;duplex,,
1 I It! .parade will begin at J.p.m.JEUks ...1.. ..* ," \ -f..'!.t. 'to With extra by ha-d. Combined with the
front'all of Florida will be in : ,, '''P ;' '!' ,l'' ':" Comer lot extra lot this ,can be made

1 ;I'' Orlanda on Sunday. These' news,t homeswant 'hav'y'y e "."y ,U 3723 1STU7 11 th Aw. Into *n estate for spabions

........ Mr. luxury IjTilf Bank offer-
,and
f ..:- ---- ----------- Mrs. Home Buyer.. See $13,600 mortgage.- 'See it
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Willie Lourene them!l -t. and make an offer,,,

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Location of,these new' homes: "..;;_ ; Veterans' 3-bedroom CBS, $74 month

Repair Shop ,li 3-bedroom 1S4 baths
----- No down ,
: $76 month
,1 ,. RADIOS AND HI-FPS 2100 N.W.QSlreef Payment>> 2-bedroom CM 4B4. month

:d' AND YOUR FAVORITE "z'-t. .
RECORDS ::. ,
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Come into our office just a few'b1+ak'away-: :
: 5001 NW 22nd Ave.Free 1132 N.W.J38" Street hare 100 homes for immediate sale/Sare time. We-

", can help yen. ,. I
pick up and delivery
S4IIce EXCLUSIVE BY BEBtTY i
Call.} $1.5Qit. LIBERTY
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'r1I't PKbne' Fenster Reality '
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r (Member Miami Board ef Realtor.) ._ ,

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