The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 11, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00158

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I COUNCILMAN IS REELECTED i iF. mf 2 Youths GruiiIW'te' if"i

: \ Malcolm Cunningham who Robert It. Carlson. The vote
two years ago became the first was 1,708 for Cunningham and
Negro to be elected to legIslative 1,548 for Carlson

was office reflected' since Reconstruction to the IU-- Stripping Stolen Car .

viera Beach City Council Tuesday

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Cunningham a West Palm A Hallandale high school One of the victims was identified nearby..
Beach attorney, won out over .c '4dfi youth and a 20-year-old friend as Willie Harry John-
the stiff competition of t h ccounc'U's wore crushed to ,death Wednesday son, 17. The other was Arthur Police said the car was''
former chairman, elh oS when a car they S. Daniels of West Hollywood. stolen from in front of a nearby -
had stolen and were removingthe The mishap was discovered night club! and driven to the I ,
off the jack and fell on them. who were attending school den from view by the body of
; Boyfriepdl'Ki. ks In a junked car. Investigators j
theorized that the car slid off

Door; Shot DeadJohn a while Jack tho under two the youths front were wheels attempting -

FATHER AND SON from to remove underneath the transmission it. -

Willie Miles 40 WitS
shot dead Saturday as he tried
,tb'break into the room of a for

mer Detective girlfriend.Arthur Leonard DROWN IN CANALA I Gets 15 years' For

said Miles was attempting to
enter .the room of Annie Clara 4 ear-old motorist and pass the McNear vehicle and Clubbing Man to I,
McKinnon 37, at 7101 NW 14th his son, 12, drowned Monday drove straight Into. the canal, J'
PI., when the woman fired when he tried ,to pass a car ona Dolan said: Death
'through the closed door witha narrow dirt road and plungedInto
Criminal' Court Jude Jack:
pistol. L. Pharr
Kelsey prominent the Florida City Canal.
Miles was struck in the head retired Miami businessmanlast Police said the victims were Ga. Attorney Runs to Falk 15 sentenced years in state James prison Johnson Monday ,, !
and killed instantly. The'. Mc- Thursday, was buried' on Woodrow McKnight and his after a jury found himguilty
Kinnon woman Is In Dado Wednesday from Bethel AME Sam of 513 S.W.
son, Eighth of manslaughter in the
County jail, charged with murder Church. (see st ry on pace 4.) Ave., Homestead. For Congress fatal beating of Joseph Brad-
.. MI. and philanthropist, who 'died shaw
__ I The McKnights, and two women ALBANY, GA. Attorney
The contendedthat
Mattie Cade nnd her sister C. B. King, has become the Johnson prosecution' about CO, beat
Jessie were among a partyof first Negro to qualify as a can- Bradshaw, about 70, more than
Picket nln flshlmr on the Florida didate for Congress in modern
Students would be for self-
Haydon necessary
City Canal, 1''% miles east of Georgia history. defense.,
I U. S. 1, said Ned Dolan, she
riff's accident investigator; King, long active in defending This was the much publicized
; civil rights demonstrators killing witnessed ,by. Miami
f Burns In Tallahassee!, .1 When the. party broke up ot qualified, for the seat'now heldby Herald Staff Writer Juanita
8:15 p.m., McKnight had con Rep. J. 1... Pilcher, who is Green who testified that Johnson -
mimed *!o much beer that'the serving his sixth"term from the repeatedly clubbed
,Negro and white CORE the racial situation at Jacksonville Cade slater, of 1284 HW Second Second Georgia district. shaw ,with a piece of' lumber '"If'
members picketed Haydon should ,not be projected fit., refused to ride back until the older man was dead.
Burns at the Tallahassee air- upon the state as a whole. with him, wild Dolan. One of King's long time opponents
port Wednesday as they pro-' He said Burns' candidacywas I in the court :room;t'Mts- Miss Greene said she hadn't ,
tested Jacksonville's mayor's an affront to all citizens of The two women took the ton O'Neal, solicitor general seen what occurred earlier. According
action in the recent racial disturbances Florida younger McKnlght and climbed (prosecutor of the Albany to defense testimony
: at the Gateway City. I Of the demonstration, Burns Unto an auto driven by judicial circuit, also qualified Bradshaw was armed with a
i asked: "So what? I expected Jeaso McNear, 17, of 1255 S.W as candidate against Pilcher. knife and ,had started ,the fight
The pickets, most of them them to be lying on the runway Second Ave., Homestead. The district is a block of 20 near NW 7th Ave. and 22nd
college-aged, carried signs proclaiming but apparently It, was too But McKnight followed the counties In Southwest Georgia St.A
: :: "A Bad Mayor Won't" i cold." McNear car, said 'Dolan, pulledit The lOGO census lists 210- bar operator} said both men I
Make a Good Governor, over and forced his son, 820 white residents and 147,557 were drunk, that Bradshaw
"Clean Up Your Own Backyard Sam, to get back into the. car I Negroes In the 20 countie9. had cut Johnson earlier, and
First," "Negro Votes JACKSONVILLESUED with him.A Voter registration lists for the that Bradshaw followed Johnson i l
Count Too" and others. short distance down the district were not Immediately out of the tavern and attacked
the road,' McKnight attempted to I available: him.
Asked about protest, FOR PRISONSEGREGATION
Frank O'Neil
CORE President ----
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said the mismanagement of

Negroes arrested last monthfor
sit-ins at restaurants and
>\ hotel went Into federal court
Tuesday with n ult' n"klng
that the city of Jacksonville be
ordered to end racial segregation -
at the city orison farm.
Named a4 defendants in the
action nre the City Comml
lon and Cant. Harrison Pickjett -
,-.. foiperlnjendent of the
prl oh farm.

High Court Reverses

I t- 1J I f Student WASHINGTON. Convictions- The Su-

,m-emu Court reversed' Monday N ry. hk4'y
breach: of the poaoe conviction i
of w! Negro !*tmi*.nf* arrestedIn t
1950 tn n racial d PJnOn tra-
tlon In front of the city hall of
:Mrs. Verda F. Welcome, Maryland Rock Hll, S.C. -- -.., .......--..
State Senator, of Baltimore
.. ., Md., will be the featured speak The high tribunal on Oct Make Debut C. Johnson's historyclass and Bertha Sandllands,. Job Ann
.M.* er at the mass meeting of the 14. 19".1 vacated a Bnuth Carolina Tops the scholarship and personality Fisher, Gloria Smith Phyllla ..
Alabama Democratic Conference Sunreme Court decision Nineteen high school girls aspects of the club were re- Bragg Grade A. Sidney. and
at 2:30: p.m. Sunday, April that upheld the convictionsThe I were Inducted In the Charter toted by Mrs Helena T. Hol- Cynthia Malnor.
12, at the International Long state court was directed to i Tops Guidance Club sponsored ton bamleufl. Not shown is WilsonlQ
't. shoreman's Association audi. reconsider the case In the light by the National Sorority of Seated from left to right: B The.
torium In Mobil:- ***!. *-' v. of a U.s. Supreme Court decision Phi Delta Kappa, Alpha Delta Pauline Cole,: reporter;; Sharon youth Guidance Commit
of Feb.: 25, 1963 In whatIs Chapter of Greater Miami, Ashley, sergeant-at-arm'; Rosa tee Mesdames. Geneva CoW,
Thursday night Mrs. Wel- known 051 the Edwards case Thursday, April 2,. 7 pin. at Roberts, treasurer<<; Judy In- Mable Glover, Pautllne George
come experienced an attempton I In 'the Edward case, the the Church of the. Open Door.: gram, president; Doris. Holl- Ellen Heist 'Enid Johnson,
her life when a gunman high court overturned conviction This program In depth began! field, vice; Ann Ava Ashley: .1
. fired four shots at her. One ofr of 187 Nearer Htudents who Feb.. 8, with a "Get Acquainted secretary and Ginger Glvena, Ethel Primus Ida K. Sidney
r-: the bullets grazed her back. demonstrated at :the state house Tea" at the MAM Beauty ClinIc dean, of preparatory members. Mary Nixon, co-chairman. BIlQLemmie'
She avoided a possible fatality : grounds In Columbia. S.C. The as "The Unfolding Story of Standing from left to right: W. Mitchell, 'chainaan.Is .
by throwing herself on the seat students! were 'held to have The Negro" was presented by Barbara Barnett. Alvita JaM aiding 'the chili In, movingr f
# ..of her car. She was about top ''I been exercising their rights of five Brownsville. Junior H 'I Brown, Jacqueline Aranah forward with development ac-:"
-: enter:her home free speech and aase sbl7.'. School students of Mrs. I Versle Wlgfall, Diane Waters, tivttles. rr


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House at Dixie'Royal Twenty
2 SATURDAY, APRIL 11,19641 Open !
Park Library April 16 Women's ClubThe

Royal Twenty Women's
"Reading is the key to op Club held 1U regular
portunity". This is the slogan( .' at the beautiful home meeting of Mrs
for National Library Week which Lassie McClalren of 14801 Polk
1.1 being celeT/rated throughoutthe St., Richmond Heights.
country April 12-18. A report was given concern.
In keeping with the cdeJratlon -
I ing the recently held annual
is Invited
A the community -
anniversary dance at the Bay.
? to attend Open House at front Auditorium. The
the Dixie Park branch of the I and favorable response success to this
Mr*. MELBA LEE of Xor- in Port Lauderd ,le S tIc t 1 y'Formal Miami Public Library Thursday affair was deemed to be a tribute -
walk, Conn.. Is vacationing in Mays the bid. I evening: ; April 16, at 8 p.m to the club for which it
our city Mrs Lee Is visiting ALPHAS ARE dancing with 1 I' > I The program will be highlightedby is truly gratefuL
with Mr and Mrs Raymond their this evening a film and the organization
special guest I The host and hostess for the
Heastie. Mrs. Lee took time at Bayfront Park Auditorium.Miss >i of an adult reading club and evening were warmly thankedby
out to spend a few days In Nas Alpha Phi Alpha will be group.A the members and guest for
sau. crowned at this! time. Paul J. special celebration will beheld their efforts in providing a delightful
HAPPY TO HEAR that Mrs. Joseph is president of the local ..: i for children on Thursday afternoon meet:ig social
Elmer Ward (Annabele! ) Is well chapter. Question Is who ,. I' afternoon at 4 p.m. This program hour.
again after a recent Illness. will be Miss A Phi A? will feature the Puppet The next meeting will be held
Mrs. CLKVE ENEAS MIAMI IS deeply saddened ::,to :< ',': Show, The Reluctant Dragon.All at the home of Mrs. Hattie Mc.
Hr. by the death of Dr. Kelsey L .t.. .I,;_,.....!.. programs are free and Donald of 228 Jefferson Drive,
Nassau, lingered a daysin
os to Pharr. We feel that we have open to the public. The Libraryis Coral Gables.
Miami before
returning lost friend anda Off to Band FestivalAngela I L3 St. for Mrs. Ermatine Holton
their home in Nassau after a pioneer, a located at 350 NW president
vacationing In the states. gentleman. Maxine Terry, daughter further information please call
BLOWING OUT Birthday Is off FR 75029. Mrs. Ethel Peavy, reporter
f>O SOnny to learn of Paul of Mrs. Agnes Terry, '
Am told Candles next week will be In fn U'i lhh.mnPI Yl. P._ with the
Wyche Jr's accident. \AJ It Ufjtt ffrf
he suffered severe burns on order for Arthur Coverson Sr., Miami Edison Band for the --
both feet. Hope they'll be as John Sullivan, Alice Daniels Cherry Blossom Festival. SheIs .
good as new train Boon Jeffry B. Johnson, Oswald H. the first Negro from Dade
GET WELL, WISHES to Mr*. Smith, Marie D Roberts, Ran County to participate with an Brings Dot
Victoria Higgs (Pauline SmithJohnson's dolph Hopkins, Edith Coverson, integrated band in this parade.
mother) who is confined Frances Martin, Edward J. Angela is formerly a honor
to Jackson Hospital Brayon, III, Lena Heastie Ma- roll student of Brownsville Jr. Full Rich
delle Nealy, Alice Boyd, Willie High School. While there she
MY BOSS GARTH REEVES McElory Bernard Welters and received many trophies and
and his family spent last weekend I Ruble Mizell. awards, among them was HAIRBEAUTY
In Orlando. I DID MY heart good to read Brownsville's highest honor -
IX TOW for HIP celebration that F Malcolm Cunninghamhas Best All-around Student Trophy -
of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. been re-elected to the City of 1963.
James Summons 50th anniversary Council of Riviera Beach Shows I She excels In sports; she's
are Jack Summons of what our vote can do if we pull' the captain of Edison softball .
Stoneham. Mass., John Sum- together. team also the captain of the r .nY
mons of Boston, Mass., and MRS. CATHERINE Johnson girls' Uasket/hall team of the
Thomas H Summons of New and daughter, Barbara Galla- YWCA. She is a member of
York City. way of Brooklyn: New York the Future Teachers of America -
PARENT-TEACHER Aw"ocia- are spending two weeks visiting and the GAA (Girls Ath- .., ; -
tion of Ph111s11eat1y Elementary relatives and friends.. Mrs. letic Ass'n).
are sponsoring a fashion Jackson Is the daughter of Mrs. Her latest award is a letter
show on Sundav afternoon. Mamie McCullough of 3210 NW from the band of Edison high.
THE VEST CLUB held its DOth St.HOPE.
regular monthly: meeting with YOU TOOK time out Wheatley PTA
Mrs. Naomi Espy as hostess to see 'Camelot'. Was well I
Mrs. Althalie Range is presi- worth the time and money don'tyou Sponsors TeaThe
dent of this group. a ree?
ATTRACTIVE Mr.. Jimmie THE FIRST official meetingof PTA of Phyllis Wheat-
Brashear of Dallas. Texas is in the Class of '44 of B. T. ley School Is sponsoring a
our midst attending: the ASCD Washington Senior High School Spring Fashion Tea this Sun-
Convention on Miami Beach. will be held on Saturday night, day, April 12at3pin. The
Free moments are spent in at 8 p.m, in the Atlanta Life Phyllis Wheatley family Invites -
sisterly visits with Dr. and Insurance Company Office 221 you to share In this .
Mrs. Nathaniel (Lugusta) Cols- NW 9 St.; aU members of the event .clears awayoandruff
ton. class are urged to be presentas The guest speaker will be >:;:
ZETAS OF Broward County plans will be made for our Miss Maude Ne\vbold a teacher ; worries
have selected and invited guestto Second Reunion. at West Dunbar Elementary. .
their 3rd annual Debutante i Mrs. Hazel Troy principal
Cotillion on Friday, April 17, Continued on page 5
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tall time public relation Dept to assist yon In solving; ytfnr problem

Plus a fleet of car tfrinic door to door serrlc for tenants convenient'

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emergency service call, pL 9-833
In Fine Whiskey. MAIN OFFICE
; :\ 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
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L by few Is eXpfMI to all. rlNhf'1"' us stop this
unnecessary evil C. A.. L., Public R..1aUoue

.. is the BIG buy '1 C. A. Ix>chhnrt, Director
ues N.W. 3rd AY*. ...-..__ FR i- 4lfl. I7S25 Homet
will : 7/JeJ1tSf 1673 N.W. ttSnd St. -_ OX 6-4467 Terrine ..._?_.__._.,_ CKTTK .SSS3
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Negroes Run For ; SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1964 PAGE 3 I

Annual Queen.s.i 11

Congress From Miss. ContestThe

'S Annual' Queen Contest
I J sponsored by the Seminole
.11 Chapter No. 17 OES will be
JACKSON, MLss. For the s' a 4' .held Sunday, April 12 from :,
first !time this century, three Young Demos I High Rally at 4 to 6 pan at the home of Mr.
Negroes are candidates for the and Mrs. O'Hryant, 013 NW I I':
House of Representatives from Calendar Tea Tropical Park 40 th St. Come and see who I
Mississippi. will be crowned queen. Sis. .
April 19 April 16 k t Amanda O'Bryant, chairman;
They are: Mrs. FannieLou
Sis.' Hattie Nottage, W. M.
Hoarier of Ruleville who will Mayor Robert King High will :
seek the held Plans are being finalized for use the occasion of a giant
sentative Jamie Whitten by Repre-of the Annual Calendar Tea of "homestretch rally" to make : National PTA Meets .
Charleston James the Dade County Young Democratic one of his major speeches. The
; Houston _
Association Here in 1965'
74-year-old Vicksburg who rally, sponsored by committee -
April 19 from 4 to 6 o'clock.
to elect Robert King
will ROO and
run against Representative Some delegate guests
The affair will be held in held
Governor will be
High ,
John Bell Williams of will assemble In Miami when
Raymond -
; and Rev. J. Cameron, a munity the spacious room' lobby of and Roosevelt com- Tropical Park, Sunday, April the 39th annual convention of

31-year-old Hattieburg minis Savings and Loan Association, 19.The Ys the National Congress of Color
ter who' will oppose Representative rally is open to the pub. ed Parents and Teachers meet
William Colmer of Pasca- 6015 NW 7th Ave. lic and will be attended by 1, ,', June 13-10, 1005.

goula. Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual High's supporters plus a vir- .. i:i Final preparations. were completed -
leader of Temple Israelof tual who's who of dignitaries for the meeting at the
Mrs. Hamer, who qualified Greater Miami will be theguest from the political and entertainment Joey Clements, familiarly Biannual Workshop. conductedby
here March 20, is 47. Her hus- speaker and the BookerT. world. known as a boxer and has been the national body In Washington -
'band, Perry Hamer, Is employed Washington Chorus will furnish Free food, entertainmentand living off and on In Los Angeles D. C. April 4-0. !
at Q Ruleville cotton gin. music. bands will create the atmosphere The NCCPT has 10 chapters
Until 1962, the Hamers lived of an old-fashioned "fun California, was appointed mainly In the Eastern Seaboard
for eighteen years on a plantation Mrs. Marian Muldrow is tea for the family day". Uy the Governor, Notary pub. I states from Florida to Dela-
lic, March C. lie has also received
chairman Kenneth Williams is on
outside RUleville, but were to I ware. Miami is the host chapter
evicted when she tried to re- president and E. A. Ward is Herrell and Duvalon his temporary Claims permit Adjuster I and Is holding Its regional
operate ns a
board chairman..
gister to vote. meeting: In Pompano Beach
until he takes :the State Board
Mrs. Hamer opened 'her campaign .. Open Mike, Examination in September, In April 11.
the evening she qualified TOMORROW Open Mike, with host Hen- Jacksonville. Joey Clements
with a speech at a Rulvllle mass drik J. Beros, will discuss has been In the Investigative and plans to make a come backto
meeting. She spoke at a Freedom Every tomorrow has two "Law and Legislation" next and detective field! for three boxing on April 23, at Lit-
Day mass meeting,: in handles. We can take hold of it Sunday night, with Sen. Cliff years He attended (the Instituteof tle River Auditorium. .
Greenwood on Saturday, March with the handle of anxiety or Herrell and Judge Hugih Duvalas Criminology U of Hawaii Joey Is single and Is a member -
21, and appeared a* an Itta Be- the handle of faith. Henry special guests.As and 'graduated from NationalDetective of TTT, CORE, NAACP,
na mass meeting on Sunday Ward Deecber usual, the program will Academy He won All People Democratic Club, I
night, March 22. schedule for come live from the Hampton honors as Hawaiian lightweight Masonic Lodge and American '

the first week of her campaign JUDGE BLASTS House, from 7-9 p.m. champion, In 1055-50, Detective:::Association.. .
Includes speeches in Charleston ..- rtt
,, Clarkesdale and Marks, NARCOTICSPEDDLER

Mississippi.The STOOL Friday at Roosevelt Savings!

2nd District, where Mrs. PIGEONSLaw
Hamer Is campaigning, includes
most Mississippi's Delta, an and every Friday Night
area of high Negro populationand enforcement agencieswere
low Negro voter registra- trapped by Federal Judge .
Emett C. Choate this week for ',I 'C'i't'" \'
tion.Mrs. their practice of using stool Ai I
Hamer has announcedshe pigeons to get evidence.
will challenge: Representative i
if she is defeated. The matter came to the fore }
when Willis Smith' 45, under
Two campaign workers were indlotment for peddling and t
arrests in 25 Mississippi towns.A possession of heroin appearedto 10,000e,
Freedom Vote campaign last ask for Nev., which included Negro and $10,000 bond on the second .,. .
white candidates for the state's charge. \ t 1,
top offices, resulted in over 60 < : ;:) ,
arrests in 25 Mississippi towns. His attorney explained! that I ;

That campaign, like Mrs. Ha- federal narcotic agents wantedto ) ,:'" .. .' ', ,.: l .. y
mer's. was supported by the use Smith to make a $500
Council of Federated Orgalnza- purchase of dope from another

tion (COFO), a coalition of civil suspect, although Smith still c/
rights groups working in faced trial. 1
the state. COFO workers
I expect "Here is a man who peddledonce
additional arrests and nary possessed once and whois :
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rassments during Mrs. Hamer's now working for someone," t
campaign, and have included Judge Choate said. .(t I ,r'
a 10,000 "harrassment" item in = f 1
her campaign budget. "Why should he (Smith) be FREE ,'

The arrest of the two cam- allowed to violate the law ."
paign workers was protestedto while working for the govern- ;.
Representative Whitten and ment I am not in sym- .,rs I
to the United States Department pathy, of turning Willis Smith ,J
of Justice. loose on the streets."


Just visit Roosevelt SavIngs any time prior to award to enter your name. No trans .
25 Jobless 1 I Needed "
action necessary.Three bIg prizes In Green Stamps, redeemable for merchandiseof ( t

your selection. e JBj fc *

For TrainingTwentyfive HereSRO -SO aooount
stamps 150 account ", '

"i oreenstamp.s tor"
unemployed pe0ple .600 f
are needed to fill vacant oreen tor u.1'
positions in a "earn while you Players oreen Stamps. carded 4
leal n" "d and comp .
job training course for : ,
P' '. I ,
transcribing machine : dividend
operatorsthat Announce AuditionsThe States
will start on April 13 said 41/410 ourrent '" th.United I
Harry L. Tyson, Miami Metropolitan SRO Players have announced ands from:nywb.r.Savings & loan' sun.
area manager for the auditions for broadway transfer 01 to ooWI.1t
FSES. t!
success thriller Bad Seed to be Fre
Tyson said that the transcribing held in the Liberty Square Auditorium h 01 every mom the 1.tl l'bY

machine operators courseis 6301 NW 14th Ave., save th earn dl v Idend. '"1 j ".
seven weeks long and those on Tuesday and Wedne ay M
selected. may be eligible for a evenings April 14-15, at 7 p.m. MttunFt 100% Integrated savings tnttltutton rr,
weekly training allowance of
$27.00.To Persons interested in reading
be eligible to take the for roles In the drama should ROOSEVELToAVLNljO

training a person must be unemployed be present at this time.
over sixteen years of
age and since this training Is Raymond Aranha Is directorof jIk &

more advanced technically than this production which is _.INSURED_ _. ASSOCIATION

the usual starting courses, an scheduled for presentation in MIS....7th Arrant,Miami,floriN KIOM 754-4451
applicant must be able to type late May and Is most anxiousfor _..
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35 words per minute.To ; ,
receive weekly allowance try-outs from among the J SAVE BY MA11I SEND YOUR CHECK WITH THIS COUPON li''
a senior school Your accountINSURED I
trainee must meet the high 'populace as I loottvnr SAVUCS t uun ASSOOAHON
above a requirements, and in addition well as for an outstanding | //1s Lw.7*Awe,....,.y. I

must be the head of a younger aspirant for the lead I | Ctntt>mtaAttK >dhBiych> .III tilt>mooiitef| flMMmxmmctount I '1
family or household, and haveat role of Rhoda, the "bad seed". I II tbI U M aIIowI..d.. .....,passbook.llpatar.card,aM.,...Ita""" .
three work ex- up to $10,000 \
perience.last years This Is the second In a seriesof by an agency of the I Iniw ._...... ,...,__....... I

Tyson said that interested: hlyh level cultural programsof US.Government I OTHER NAME IF JOINT ACCOUNT. ;
people should contact the FSES the players' 1963-64 heason. I I"
either by visitingour I .
Immediately, Remember this could be the. PHOII!
offices or calling 377.2411 __-----or--J '
for further information. start of something big I t I ,


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;PAGE 4 SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1964 It was a pleasure] for Ye Editor to know this gentle-
man and to work with, him. Ours have been a warm

friendship. One of his sayings was, "Just Plain, Nice," and

,he was just that way. r

There is a wealth of unexpressed love in the world. ;

It is one of the chief causes of sorrow worked 'by death ;
what might have been said or might have been done nev-

er can be said or done-Arthur Hopkins. # a. 7,""Y's r 1a
II. E. BIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher 4

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Credit plus congratulations go to Albert Trevantof

Member of the National Newspapers Publishers AssocaUoi- Opa-locka who had -the ambition to enter the primaryfor N r ,

a seat on the Opa-locka City Commission. There were .iii:
SUBSCRIPTION RATES 10 contestants. Tresvant polled 470 votes and was fourthin a'aM
the race. He will therefore be in the contest during the
Entered as Second Class Matter, Atijnisr9!! 1027 at the Pont Office runoff on April] 21 for one of the seats. .l
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Tresvant is foreman in a dry cleaning plant. He

,Main Office At 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phono OX 1-0421 promises if elected he would work hard toward ending .,
Downto Office: JH2 N.W 3rd Avenue Phone FR 3-2236 racial discrimination in Opa-locka. L < '

Who's in the race for offices in Miami? School] Boardor --w ..M .....
The NEGRO PRESS believes that' America can best lead the OTIS JAMES
Are there no Negroes interested in fighting in the
world from racial and national antagonism when it accords to DIRECTOR
political ?
every men regardless or race, creed or color his human and arena
legal rights Hating no man, fearing no man-the Negro Press Franklin Federal
vtiivea to help every man In the firm belief that all men are
hurt as long ag anyone Is held back. The Rev. Samuel Brown, vicar of St. Augustine'; Savings and Loan
Episcopal Church, St. Petersburg, is now vicar of St.
Patrick's Church, West Palm Beach He went to St. Association of Miami

A GREAT MIAMIAN SUCCUMBSFuneral Patrick on April 1 "Earning more

Fr. Brown is a product of Nashotah House, Wisconsin help ourselves end money our families to
services were held on Wednesday after- He succeeds the Rev. Lambert Sands who is now Is an Important concern
noon at Bethel AME Church, the Rev. S. A Cousin, pastor, rector of St. Agnes Church, Miami\ for all of us. That's why I'm'
for Kelsey] L. Pharr, 72, who died Friday afternoon in the Fr. Brown is married and has a daughter writing this article) In this informal -
way to tell how
Christian Hopital': Ye Editor hopes for him success in his new sphere your savings dollars can you earn
Mr. Pharr, a ,retired mortician, had not been in the of ]labor. 125% more than what they
best of health] for some time. may presently be earning.

Born in Chester S. C, he attended schools] in Salis- "If you have a postal savIngs
bury, N.C. He received his B. A,, degree from Livingston account, for instance, your
College, a certificate from the Pedic' Society of Chiro- 3,000 Educators Of savings your funds dollars are earn not always 2% a year Immediately -,

pody and a diploma from the Renouard School of Embalming available, withdraw-
Is require red tape and often

Coming to Miami in 1912, Mr. Pharr was employedat Florida To ConveneThe become a very difficult affair.

the old Royal Palm Hotel. Two years later he went into "At FirnUIln Federal Savings -
business, opening: the Pharr Funeral] Home. Ills kindly - however, your savings
manner, alertness and generosity won for him unusual 71th annual conventionto eluded A $2.00 reservation earn a full 44} % a year, current
] the Florida State Teachers change Is being levied and from dividend rate, paid and
popularity and success. be held compounded quarterly that's
Association will again this 'amount, along with other -
In 1952 he retired and spent his time at his home, in Miami beginning Wednesday a return greater than 125%.
donations (n contribution In the
and continuing i Your savings funds are immediately
4720 NW 31st Ave., just across from Lincoln Memorial April
through Saturday, April 25. names of FSTA will he made1' available for withdrawal
Cemetery which he owned and supervised.As to the Prince Edward County and are insured up to $10,000
of Miami's :Many prominent persons in (VA.) Free School Fund. by this Federal Savings and
pioneer and leading citizens he
the educational field will attend Loan Insurance Corp., a permanent -
contributed much,to the religious, fraternal, civic, recre- the session, which will be duress s Reservation booth for the agency of the Federal
ational and social' life or our community. He was caned, with an appropriate Convention Ball Is<: No. five at Government.
and rightly so "Our Ambassador of by the Florida State Superintendent Headquarters, B'ayfront' Park
yoodlwin. of School Thomas ,D. Auditorium where the elaborate "Visit our conveniently located
A, member and officer of Greater Bethel AME I Bailey. extravaganza will take' downtown office at the
place. A 12-plece orchestra will corner of NW 3rd Avenue and
Church, he served as president of the A.C.E. League, the Highlight of this year's convention play for dancing, a floor show 10th Street a friendly savings -
most popular] religious organization 'of its kind in the will be- the Convention is being provided and door counselor will be happyto
city for many years Ball on Friday: night beginningat prize drawings will award mlany give you all the Informationto
10:30: p.m. Only the members! ; fine gifts, one of which is an
Mr. Pharr was one of the founders in 1925 of the visitors and friends of FSTA'' all-expense weekend cruise to open your Insured savings
well known Adelphian. ] Club., and it's president for a long will be Invited to attend this Nahsau Courtesy of Eastern account. It's quick, easy and
period. affair.' The general public Is ex- Steamship Corporation. safe.

As chairman of the Greater, Miami Civic League, an "Enjoy the prestige of sav-

organization that made quito a contribution in connection Omegas Close not trying to become a voter." ing with Franklin Federal Sayings -
with the establishing of liberty Square Housing Pro In the Talent Demonstration and Loan Association,

ject, his name with others stand on the Community Center's District Meet in Contest, Miss Sheila Nichols, chartered by the Federal Government -
office building. -,,r w at Trinity Hleh Schoo' supervised by the

Kelsey] Pharr was one of'the chief..promoters of the TuskegeeTuskegee Athens, Ala., won first place. Federal Government, and Insured
Negro Bov Scouts, outfitted the first uniformed ,Negro Second place went to M1cs F' by the Federal Savings and

troop in Miami :,-1.* .,, ,i; ? Institute Ala. dra Fox, of Miami, Fla", and Loan Insurance Corporation.
For his interest and contribution to this organization Returning to office Dr. .T. T. third place went to Miss Delol "Drop in soon we would
Brooks of Atlanta. Ga.. district "Qr+'tn. of
'he received the Silver Beaver JtvfRrd. 'representative, and Jioldlnsr on Twelve competed.Montgomery, Ala, enjoy meeting you."

He served as head ,of the Negro 'Division of the to most of its other Incumbent
Community Chest Drive' was' chairman of the board of officers the Seventh District of An official total of 14 dpV' ,
Omega Psl Phi gates, representing 44 chapters T01IOnROWEvery
trustees of the Christian
Hospital and treasurer for
many closed its three-day 27th annual from Alabama Florida Georgia
years. I and Mississippi tomorrow has two
meeting at Tuskegee In- attended the
Member of the board of directors .of the Afro-, stitute. meeting ter of Kappa Omicron Chap- handles. We can take hold of it

American Insurance Co. ; Carver Branch of the YMCA. Atlanta will be the site of was cited West for Palm the Beach Fla with the handle of anxiety or
largest :
Bethune-Cookman College, National Conference of thp 19R5; meeting.Other al delegation. 'Offici the handle of faith. Henry

Christian and Jews, Livingstone College,,, officers reelectedwere Ward Heechcr
: P. Green of ,Gulfport. r
Mr.; Pharr worked with the Red Cross, USO, in,fact, Miss., keener of records and
name it, anything that seal: Dr. J. E. Carter of Au-
was in Miami
t and gusta. Ga"
keeper of finance
the deceased was connected with it in someway. and Dr.. LeRoy Ervln, of Jacksonville ATTENTIONAdults

1 He was one of the organizers, of the Rho Sigma I Fla., chaplain.

Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternitv. Weekly meetingswere New officers elected included \ and Young People
held at the "This'll-Do," Ms 13th street home for Dr. W. A. McMilllan dean of
quite some time. Bethune-Cookman College, Dav- 15 YEARS
tona Beach, Fla., first vice district AND UP
Mr. Pharr was one 'of the organizers of'Atlas] Lodge, ; representative nnd Miller Don't, pass up an
this !
like !
IBPOEW and its first exalted ruler. He was also a mem- Dot ey, lunlor at Morphouse informal opportunity
ber of the Masonic Order. College, Atlanta Ga., 2nd vice knowledge absortion program
: district representative.State .
In 1943'' he was appointed as Miami Consul for the i NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED
Republic of Liberia and later_received the Liberian representatives return
government's ed to office were Robert F. FREE INSTRUCTION
appointment as Knight of the Brotherhood of I Church, Fort Valley., Ga., for
Humane Society for African Redempti6n. Georgia and S. A. Sheffey of Apply in Person 13 17
Moulton, Ala., for Alabama. 1:00 '. 6:00 April -
He received many plaques, citations and medals. 1 :00 p.m. Mon., Wed., Friday
His body was laid.''to rest in the family plot at of Attorney Atlanta, Ga.Wiley, director A. Branton of the, 9:00 p.m. Tues. and Thun.

Lincoln Memorial Cemetery wherehis, "\viie, Josephineand Voter Education Project spokeat Miami
son, Kelsey Jr., ,were interred, near* his'"Pharr Out" the annual banquet; he Public Library
estate. discussed some new aspects of DIXIE PARK BRANCH
the social revolution currently

Survivors are Otto Martin\ Pharr; two grandchildren: tion.moving He peacefully reviewed over the na. 350 NW 13th Street

his devoted .Washington family Aunt Mary\ K., Spauld-] tures of the program some for voter-fea- All applicants will be given equal consideration
ing and Cousins Nettie K. and Benjamin F. Scott; a step- registration stimulation Many opportunities for advancement

sister, Ella .Pharr; several cousins and a> host of saddened, 'gram. He said "there Is no pro-excuse Fringe benefit for life
for anyone's failure for I

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Complaints Made' dents \ /

I People seeking training as
On Business School cashiers, clerks, stock clerks,
Several complaints have etc. should check out the
been brought to the attentionof schools with the Chamber of
1 this newspaper about a Business I Commerce or the Better Business -
Training School on ,NW Bureau to make sure the
1 79th St. that has nqt lived up schools are certified and approved -
to promises nvide to Its stu- I .
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Sill joiij\( 1 hoTEL 1()' :i KINDT' iiiiT: CLUB:

"Home of The Stars" ,,




Chickie Madam Horne

"F ie Throckbouom" _
4h ADMISSION: FRI. $1.50 SAT $1.75
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Garth Reeves left, and Jack assets Into the new facility located ; ful Institutions of its kind in
Orr, two organizers of the at 6015 NW 7th Ave. I the country.
Roosevelt Savings and Loan Roosevelt moved into Its The public is Invited to view ALTHEABRYANT 4 'J
two art dl In the ,
Association, look on as personnel beautiful new quarters next windows of Roosevelt. They are a
and Wells Fargo guards door on Monday morning. Tho lI by student, of Northwestern '
complete the movement of fast growing Savings and Loan Senior High and Floral I
over $2,800,000.00 In cash -and 'I boasts one of the most beauti Heights Elementary School.
We.temstre. (300 Ibs. of Blues) T. "

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I Women Stage GunfightAt COMING APRIL 17 18 19 M

LaundromatA I RoyHamilton '

woman was wounded In her. cars seat and fired once. L, ,
the head Monday afternoon Mrs. Williams fired into the She hit Mrs. Williams in the ...i' ,y' .
during a dun battle with an- car twice, but both shots miss- head. .
other woman at an automatic rd. Hoth women were charged
laundry. Miss Tyqson then pulled a .32 'I with aggravated assault:; Mrs.
Alma Marie' Williams, 20! of caliber revolver Horn under the Tyson was held at county Jail
2971 NW 69th St., was in ser- 44j y ;
ious condition after surgery at tY

Jackson!Metro Homicide Hospital. Sgt. John Miami is Ready for UL LtL
McKay gave this account:

laundry Mrs. Williams at NW 27th drove Ave.to and the Clydelllens': "NIGHT IN NASSAU'COMING ; _
58th St. where Jean Tyson, 22, K i I -
of 5250 NW 26th Ave. was doing ak- -1
her laundry with her sister.
Mrs. Williams, who had argued APRIL 12th .
with Miss Tyson several ;
days ago, pulled out a .22 caliber At The Harlem Square Club
revolver and said, 'I'm gon-
na kill you." ADMISSION: ADVANCE $1.50 AT DOOR $1.75m'H
Miss Tyson then pulled a .32
lay on the front seat and pull- '
ed the 'back of the seat over : :W i ROY HAMILTON

Jackson Toddle Y MR d a i
Inn School "

The pupils, teachers and a BIG TEENAGE MATINEE
number of parents enjoyed a
fascinating sightseeing tour, %' :
and visit to Crandon Park Zoo 3:00 TO 6:00: P.M.ADMISSION
Friday, March 27 which prov- $1.00
ed quite educational.We Adm. Adv. $2.00 Door $2.50
are now looking forwardto
our May Queen contest
which will terminate Friday,
May 1Pictures I
and names of con- 9wy, e
week's testants issue.will appear in next ?. { .h y Charles Johnnie

r r' Martin Williams

) Watch for the Big "; q .i

Enjoy the best in' entertainmentMusic
BeachAuditorium 3 ,tfA' sHw troi4 4: ; t, i f ;..firs
s' 04 fj ,uV / "Drinking with your favorite friends" .
y 1ift i '

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1900 N.W 75th SREET
J. A. Summons


REAL INVESTMENT ESTATE ( Opening April 10, 1964 : '

4-6875 Chuck Wallace)

i 1899 N.W. 53rd St. Shown Above: The "Nassau King" and "Nassau Clyde Kffleiu Locke. Robinsont.

.. Miami 42, Fbu iolog the BELLY DANCE, Night in NASSAU. J

tatt For Reservations Call FR 9-9272 ,


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Ave. at 54th St.

N EVE R C L OS E D Specials Good Thru April 11th at teller's AG Only

COLD Beef Stew Ib 15c



Fryers Ih 290 Sliced Bacon u> 490

Chuck Roast Ib 33c Chitterlings $1.89DAIRY 10 POUND

CATSUP 14 oz bottle 90 Oleo/ 'Ib
Shurfine Cut- 9 oz. pk. 5 for (With$5.00 Order or More) PILLSBURY-Sweet or Butt
Green Beans $1.00Shurfine Biscuits 3 for "
Lima Beans Fordhook-5 10 for oz.$1.00 pk.: Salad Dressing qt. 390 Buffer 'Ib .
Shurfine 10 oz. pk. 7 for
Green Peas $1.00 TIDE Giant Size 49* Eggs 3 rfozPRODUtl ::, "

Shurfine (Chopped) 10 oz. pk. (With $5.00 Order or More) ,
Spinach 8 for $1.00 "';Y'
Shurfine (Chopped-10 oz. pk. 1'1". ,
Coffee 10. $1.49 \'
Broccoli 8 for$1.00 sL '{ii ,

We Cash Payroll Checks COLD BEER AT ALL TIMES Open 24 Hours Daily Keys Made 'I

G. G.-303 CAN L
Sweet Peas 2 for 390 Mazola Oil pt 29C:

Mexicorn 2 for 390 Shortening 31b can 590

SHURFINE-303 CAN CIRCUS-Grape Orange,Grape Fruit-46 ox.Can
Fruit Cocktail 3 for 690 Fruit Drinks 291

Meal or Grits 29c each 79cHEINZ

-Hot Doc,Hamburger or Sweet
Relishes 11 oz. jar .25c Crystal Bleach gal 39


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Historical Bnckgound of the Negro JONES in Politics, the Church 1 :;;_: 1 )
and Fraternal OrganizationsWe u UUIft'KIID Wmi 1111 U"OOVUN'IIoIIrH'I'

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"How much would
will pause In our discus. other candidates are doing their family receive from) social .
sion of the Historical phase of race-baiting, if any, on a level curity if you should die '
the Negro In politics until after below the surface where Lt come disabled during this
the Democratic and Republican does not snow. Like the Ice- Will the amount they :
primaries In Florida are settledon berg It is not the part that be based on your correct
20 shows above the water that earnings?
May to discuss some
sinks the ship, but the great ::
aspects of the current
for state and local campaign bulk which lies below the Edward P. Dlonston,
officers water line, which is the most ager of the Miami North I
particularly as they relate -
dangerous.The security office, said the
to the
Negro and
bring to
many people give to
our readers some pertinent Increased registration of questions Ls, "1 don't I
facts from behind the scenes. Negroes all over the state In
For the first time In the the past four years to an expected He also said, "Studies' I
history of Florida the Race 300,000 by the time of most of us know exactly
Issue Is not a dominant theme the primary is really the dominant our private insurance
in the campaign, in fact it is I factor In minimizing protect us against, and
being played down to nn absolute the race Issue in this current I what we would be paid if
minimum In spite of campaign more than any charge lost an. eye, an arm, or
the fact that the U S. Senate pf basic philosophy, belief or our life. However, most
fa, debating the Civil Rights practices of the political power take our social security
Bill and both U. S. Senators structure of Florida. As If by granted. much'l
Florida, Spossard Holland and mutual agreement among the
George Smathers are of course major candidates the race Issue Mr. Blonston stated that
joining< the Southern Filibuster ,has been 'out of bounds' for worker should make
and the past four years of Ci- the campaign so far. As the that every cent he earns
vi Rights Demonstrations in the race gets hotter and the campaign on his social security
state and the plans for n Civil nears a close perhaps record before death,
Rights march on the capitol In tempers will flare out into the or retirement occurs He
Tallahassee on Good Friday, open. ed every worker to keep
candidates are shying away social security card handy
from the race/ Issue. The one thing is certain, as show it to his employer
evidenced by their behavior so he goes to a new JoU.
For thp first time there is far no candidate wishes to be workers try ,to give their
not a strong: segregationist can branded as an all out segrega- beT to their employers
didate In the Governor's race, tionist, all are hoping for and memory. The Miami North
shouting for "The malntainence l/ehind scenes working for support -I ager said this is not a
of white supremacy"' this in no of the Negro vote and the practice and Increases I
coincidence. Not that there has liberal vote In ,Florida, which chances of the number
been a change of heart of the is considerable and none of reported Incorrectly
candidates merely a change of them wish to become a special I
strategy, the pattern of segregation target of this group. When "What if my earnings
still remains a fact In the political background of the all on my record? is a qu
Florida political ftructure and various candidates are analyzed frequently asked" Mr.
In the minds and plans of the and evaluated in light of ton said. "You or your
candidates with the possible their previous records, the will most llkly get a
exception of one. change of tactics are even more social security check
tirement time
surprising and amazing, the comes
Only Miami Mayor Robert question of whether the Leopard if you die or become
King. High is facing the issue has changed his spots or He advised each
squarely and Is: outspoken of is merely using heavy makeup check his work record
the issue time to time and at least
race with the admonition can only be definitely and positively ,
that Florida must Join the answered when the three years if he changes
United States and that the Ci winning candidate takes office ployers frequently, A free ,
vil Rights legislation must be next Jan., and will have to face card form for that I,
adopted My Congress.At the issues squarely During any available at the social
this writing only CandI- political campaign any candidate -, office. ;

date Fred Dickinson, has chal- is of necessity a man of liThe amount of the
leged Mayor High and accus- many faces, looking always to
ed ,him of 'promising the Negroes present the best 'face' to his curity you finally
a Utopia In The immediate audience. ceive will depend on how
Florida' __ Coll for "pr".ntotlye-N. obligation

FORECAST: Ciear Crisp Dry
State Publishers-Printers ,

I I I- 7g r Gr 6 4 82hq

in Orlando S winmpe
Organize % + W MMr rOlOt8fl ,
rw, QS6f
8 \ +t tur ,,
BilmirtA F 3
ORLANDO, Fla '- TAMU sire to ,have a "crash program"set F.
A group of Florida printers up to turn out competent
" and printer-publishers organized printers in nine months. Sub
here last week In an effortto gestlons were offered to have X11+1 \ r rpml C 1

meet the growing needs con such a program set up in a ,
fronting the Negro printer and shop In the state, If the stu- CA'O+Ro D1Goli
publisher In Florida today. dents could not be trained at fl .. .
The organization was named TAMU l 1 +
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nc/ki '
/ t33
Florida Printers and Publishers Clnlm
Association Garth Reeves edi The FPPA will meet quarterly
tor-publisher of the Miami with the next meeting tenta
Times, was elected I dent. lively scheduled for Daytona
The meeting wasi held here at Beach, July, 11. Plans are to
the Sadler Hotel. have the meeting at Bethune- 111110RocA ,"? NtquNfIEISCHMANN'S

There. Is a great need for Cookman College with the /
more printers In the state, ac- Wesley I3ros. Printers serving l
cording to Reeves. "We coma as ho..t.Offfrers. MANN'S C trlulonl0UTL0o

here to the Graphic Arts Coiv I elected were President \
Exhibit but do not
grass we
Reeves Miami
get Into" the meetings and activities Vice President, Emmanuel; I D1TI zrr ,
he said. Y 11/xx .v '- Y1/' O
Wesley Beach .
Daytona ; secretary :
"As an organization," he James L. Bruton, Tallahassee ( .
pointed out, "we can be of I ; treasurer, Mrs. M. A. '' 1t1a/W OCIWfI i"' t /
some service to each other and Hall Williams, West Palm 1w.l//- /MOw 100
share and seek knowledge that I Beach; state coordinator, LIn- nN r
would be beneficial to all con. nell DuPree, Tampa' and director -
cerned." David C. Oolllngton of public relations{ DavidC.
assistant director of public relations Collington, Tallahassee
at Florida A and M Others present were Benja-
University was Invited to min C. Hubert, Orlando; JoesphG. :........:... :.....' ....:.a +
serve as public relations officer Jones, Tampa; Joseph L. 1
for the newly organized associa I Williams, Daytona Beach; and
Harvey Robinson and Archie
tion.The printers said they lookto I Hannon, both of Tallahassee.J. .

Florida A and M University
for printers slut have been unable -
to get them. James L. A. BURROWS 1
Bruton head, FAMU Printing Clear crisp. drY. '
. 1that's I
Department, said the FAMU I II
year program degree was offering geared to program a four- the taste you get with I.,,

and the graduates went Into HIRE 1

teacher attractive education salaries. because of Light hauling Moving of FLEISCHMANN'S GIN and VODKA j

"We are now planning a new furniture I
day '
"he said. every t
and modern plant,
"The program of instruction Is Phone OX 1.9163 :,;: J
not complete, but at the present -
we don't offer a terminal 1742 NW 67th St.

course In printing." nElSCHWIII'l10' mu ntsKnuuwt VOWU-M near.10TH DIITIWD ROY utalCA5(RAIN.M PUJICHIWUI DlITIWNI CCR1,"y.c. 'd '
The group expressed a de

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High Students Win 14 AwardsAt 8 MIAMI TIMES.SATURDAY- MIAMI, APRIL FLA.PAGE 11, 1964

RICHARDSON Mae Phillips; three brothers,
South Fla. Regional Science FairA PETE THOMAS of 416 NW and George Rev.Thomas Roy Louis, >James Services Louis
i 14th Terrace died April 6. Survivors Wednesday at 10 a.m. from the
are his mother, Mrs. St. Matthews Free Will Baptist
total of 14 awards were received Ginger Givens, Mlldrew Hall, Susan Louis, two sisters, Mrs. Church with Rev. Woodly of.
by Mays High School Willie Waters and Harold Sarah Brown and Mrs. Mattie ficiating. t
students at the (recent South Payne .
Florida Regional Science Fair '
at Dinner Key Auditorium as ,
the South Dade school continued -
to show the way in county x LIB CITY
Negro schools. I' : ;r" '

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State Science Fair for her Superior 1
t project. She is chaperoned -
GINGER GIVENS on this trip by her teacher '
I Mrs. Nettie Dove.
Honorable Mentions were iii
Shirley Oliver, Rosa Henry : Carolyn, Hajgian was chosenby ;
Jones, Columbus Brown, Carolyn the Science Supervisor,
LAWANZER LA8SITER Hogan, Joyce Roux, Jean Stewart Darrow to present her
etta Monroe, Pamela Youngand project on the "Know Your ,
Superior Awards went to: Edward Cohen. School" TV program aA ,. XMURDERS!
Lawanzer, Lasslter, pharmaceutical The following teachers work- t a _. .
Association; Ginger These students were engD.gloed
ed with these students Mrs.
Givens, Psychological Associa- in recent research with :
tion, and Cassandra Bullard. many original, ideas involved. Nettie Dove, Alvin Bryant, ?
James Marshall, Lonnie Walker t ,II. pra nll
Excellent Awards were won Cassandra Bullard was selected Jessie Black and Mrs. Margaret ..
by: to attend the integrated Wright. '!

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Mays Mechanics John Brenson and Robert Foster
I I finished 10 minutes behind I. t4r i
Finish 3rd I Blake High of Tampa, the win.

Mays High School of Miami ner. 1 : J M1 M\W\ m ,

finished third In the state-wide their They instructor were accompanied, John Bullard.by '
automotive '
mechanics casunmNOit
in Tallahassee.. contest Last year's winner, Stantonof : '
Jacksonville, was seond in' i \ k DIMIEBLDf fRIC SON .;
By discovering 22 engine malfunctions the April 3.4 contest sponsoredby : ,
in one hour and 55 the Plymouth division of J!.\ 2 ,
minutes,., Mays represented by the Chrysler Motor Company r.4 ;
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You'll fall In glub at first sight when

you see The incredible Mr. Limpet

From Warner.Bros.B'

You and yours are kindly i invited
to attend the Gospel Oa-
tanza, Sunday, April 12, 3 p.m.
at Christian Fellowship Church
743 NW 5th Ave. ,
Shown with his third place High School (center), Robert, The feature embracers arc: ALL HAIR DOS
I That singing Mrs.
winning team In the recent and John Brenson. Blake High soloist
"tune-up" contest sponsored Viola G. Inmon of the radio department
by the Plymouth division of the School of Tampa received top Ft. LauderdaJe, and
Chrysler Motor Company in 'honors and will 'represent Florida The Thunderbolt of the Deep $2.50
Tallahassee, is: John Bullard, in the national contest South Brother, Cecil Blair otMiamL .
automotive' instructor at Mays later this year in Detroit., Also added for your enjoyment !. it
: Choirs of Ft. Lauderdale -'
Solos of Lauderdale; I WIGS
quartet from Federation of CLEAN SET AND STYLEKIMBERLY'S
Gospel Singers and many oth-
ers of surrounding areas. Apostolic -
Singers of Penrlne, Morris -
Temple, Church of God in $4.00
Christ and many others. .
Refreshments served.. No admission -
We can't forget the past recital -
between Mr. Blair and 4310 NW 7th Avenue
Miss K. Johnson of Green' Cove
t Springs.
At 8 p.m. Minister Forrest 754-3028 757.9458
Et Young will be guest speakerfor
the Deacons. Miss Juanita
Paige, reporter;; Elder G. G.
Farm, pastor.

, Are New Homes Finest For Less
? 1452 NW 58th Terr. 1944 NW 49th St.

y. If so, here is an opportunity 1921 NW 50th St. (open 3 to 5 p.m.
for you. 3-bedroom home,
CORE National Director continue the fight for freedom! lots beautifully landscaped 31'; 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths, garage, Florida room
James Farmer (right) accept in every possible way, and this separate garage, near schools For Sale, lot 80 ft. on 63rd St., corner lot. 10th Ave.
l' r a $1,000 check. forun the New $1,000 check to CORE is one of and shopping area.. and 49th Street. 100 feet.
: -Prince Hall Masons See it at .r..
'... ,York State (the Oscar
4 ways we can help.
Most' Worshipful Master JamesH. Levy of the Mason's 1899 NW 47th St. Cash paid for lots homes mortgages
Johnstone (left), In presentIng special Open Sunday from 2 to 6 ,
p.m NEED '
, fund raising committee looks on MONEY? SEE BARON
I c ; the check said, "We pledgedat Phone NE 5-6474 .. JE 81340Mays

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SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1964 PAGE 9 Movie "Thoughts" '


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This week at the Capital

Theatre we talked for quite .,i,

a longtime to Henry' "

Mt r (Fats) Simm, maintenance "1

;. manager of the theatre-. ,
t: : se. t I':I
: '
: \ :Mr. Simm informed us '

,'k",.. : \ ,.... .:",...,.". .:,....,. ''..' k'T' I he 'had been with the firm v
I' .' for 25 The owners'offered j J
\' ,.'., : 7 t years. *
"" '...,. < ., !f' I ; ihim the '' '
job :
"' J / as as- "
,"" I
': :> fJ'i.: .
'. .. ., ':"1. ,'.'. """',J. I sistant ,manager Ho refus ',:' ,
XM' 11' p .
,.. 1<\...<,, : : ." ".1 ',t. :>,' <.,' I ed because ho liked his

a I" : 'f work. Simm also stated .

.; ;: !i.. :.':;'\!';: that 11 people are employed d. *,

YOUTHFUL SAVERS Sixth r their savings doing odd jobs, at thef; CapitaL, r
graders from Bethune Elementary were chaperoned by their M :
School open savings accounts teacher, Melba James> (not seen \
at Franklin Federal l In picture), Let's take advantage of ;
Savings and Loan Association
during a visit to the office located Franklin Federal Is the only the change in price policy!
J JThe at 1001 NW 3rd Ave. Seen Integrated federal savings and at the Capital Ritz and
handling the chlldrens' accounts loan association In the nation ,

L Is Mrs. Jackie Harrel President D. E. Miller says the Center.

(right' : ) of the Franklin Federal rapidly growing associationnow .
new accounts division. has resources exceeding \
I The children, who earned $3.4 million. FRIDAY AND BATURj j
i DAY at the CAPITAL, "DAY
picture above shows Easter baskets OF J>A WNn "KING ROARING

come of the Egellocs particlMrs.> Vlvllora Gainey Is presl- ; B-CC Band in 20's, and "KRAIN 1IACIIINIC"Onco
bating{ In the preparation of dent ? U iL11Pf. in a long while a motion
picture comes along with such
Egeilocs Donate Easter Concert April 13 dramatic Impact that I am compelled -
to urge you to see "TILB
North Dade High presents
RUNNING MAN" starring
Bethune-Cookmian College Concert I Lawrence Harvey and, Lee
Baskets To The NeedyThe Bond Monday April 13 at Remlck. A, thrill-packed story
8:15: p.m. in the school's auditorium of a man who fakes his own
Adults $1.00, students and is then forced to run to
Egelloc Club has recent have entertained many friends 50 cents. death in an Insurance fraud
ly completed one'of its prowith a gala dance. keep his crime hidden. Plus
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)jects for the year donating
baskets to needy fami Projects to be completed for EXPRESSWAY 4.0
Easter .
thds year are the annual Campershlps I
I and College Scholar- OWNERS "TWICK TOLD TALES"
During the year, the club has ship. Both motion pictures In color
donated a cake each month to tr. WED and T 1IUHH, "SATAN
the Senior Citizens Party. The club wishes to thank the Attention[! NEVER HI4J IIHn starring
| public for the fine' supportthat William Holden, plus "TIIH
In addition to the 'above activities -' has contributed to the< If you have to move, tee BENNY GOODMAN BTORY.
the Egellocs have pre-'.success. of the club's activities Last week we talked about
v these homes. Terrific deal. the "FLAMIJOUYANT SEX" .
sented a Book Review and for the year. I ,
\ I plus "THE UNFORG1VEN" at
:' .f 1 .,.,Li Below market value. Move
:..w ..k __ the IUTZ. HAT will be the

Dade Teachers Vote For I, Charles J. Flowers,who was right in. I will take your last day.

unable to qualify: for,the Con- home ,in tradlei 0S *
stable Post because, on the, one .. "
followed suit. minute delay wish to thankall I 4425- NW 8th Ave. HUNS" MON., TEH., "JASON
Integration Of FEA% At the caucus, the vote was of my well wishers fbf their THE ARGONAUTS" plus
confidence ani support 4030 NW 3rd Ave. -
unanimous in favor of strik-
Since I did not qualify, I will
Several hundred Dade educators ing the word "white" as a mem- screen all candidates running 535 NW 52nd St. '
went on record Monday Ixjrshit from the a'Beginning
qualification in the May primary and will
In support of racial Integrationof NEA by-Jaws. The Issue Is ex select the candidates who best 745 NW 46th St. \vIC)). and TIIURT:"

the Florida Education Association pected to be the hottest at ,the. qualify to help the Negro. ,I OWNER WI 5-9886 see "HACK STREET" starring
will endorse; them In the Mi- Susan Hayward and John'
The action came as they met convention. ami Times before the election. .... ...----- ..... ....."""" ..- Gavin plus 'MIDNIGHT LA NET
at Coral Gables Elementary I. FRL, HAT., April 17 and ,18
for a caucus on Issues comingup SPECIAL QUICK II 11 "SIX BLACK HORSES" starring -
at the annual FEA conven- WANTED! Men Women all Audio Murphy.
tion in Miami Beach April 22- SUCCESS ADVICEJust ', ages-
25 More than 8,000 administrators Also Veterans. S.

and teachers are expectedto after Hit Suc- tho RITZ, this coming week
give you.
full time
attend. and happiness. Money, quick Free placement or part All of ,the movies' shown at
are in color "DELICATE
Dade's Classroom Teachers daily blessings Biblical. My .
Association. integrated its ranks! place. Yes. money, money when JOBS OPEN ,
for- the. fLrst! time this school
time and Shave *
method guaranteed }
year, ana
was the first teacher -
organization In the state to we want it. Today Solve all Grocery Checkers, Cashiers, Stockmen you seen "SHOCK
do so. : problems. Make your dreams TREATMENT?". It Is now
and wishes come true. Rev. E. showing at the CENTER
A few' months later, the Dade Fields. Brokhaven, N.Y. Packers, Clerks, 'SupervisorsGUARANTEED THEATRE. The first Miami
Administrators Association. Phone: 51G-At 6-1120 showing. You surely won't be
I the same when you come outof
I, L II 'jft'. TOn "Shock Treatment," starring
l. the Job Government. "ApproVVi,Tr..faUig Lauren Bacal At the Center

Dade County Young DemocraticAssociation Qualifies you in ten' I.7.J'>djr fen't prk:to'MImi, until April S 14.,. 5Beginning' .*'
Hialeah, te Tme' :Colt jGroreV HaJIandati
? WED. at the Center
I r "': Home ftari, Hollywood, .Opa-Iocka, ;;,( 1 for 1 full week,' "SPARTA
CUB" starring Kirk' Douglas,
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES -. EZ;.TERMS.. Woody strode, Jean Simmons.
and. Tony Curtis. "Spartacua''
-ANNUAL- Apply immediately in, person or ,phone is the, action-packed story of
110,000slaves 'who fought to
PLaza 7-8448 gain their freedom' and establish -
) the principal of the Broth.

.., CALENDAR TEA Market Training ,Inst.., .I!i and erhood The,NW Center of 7th Man Theatre Ave.plus "OLE, Gist REX"St. r


Members of U. S. and Miami cJiaa4.o "Commerce THEATRE you will have a

Roosevelt Savings and Loan Ass'n, chance BLOOD"to and see'on"CORRIDORS the same pro-OF

NW 7th Ave. at 78th 7 St. gram "WEREWOLF IN A
6015 NW 7th Avenue GIRL'S DORMITORY." 1

Guest Speakers DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT WARNING Don't be fooled. ,In Miami you have oalj ....
Remember the early bird i!
Spiritual J ender, Temple Israel of Greater Miami ONE Cashiering School Approved by Govt. and Chamber prices at the Theatres, we talk )

of Commerce. Market Training at NW 7th Are. and 78th fit about in this column .r'I,'



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Ready For .PAGE 10 SATURDAY, APRIL II, 1964 I Greater New Bethel SHADY GROVE CHURCH

Rev. D. Clayton, pastor
Plans Woman's Day Gloria Cherry, reporter

Appreciation Week HonoringRev. The Greater New Bethel You are cordially invited to

I Baptist Church of Opa-locka attend the Sunday School and
the week.
will observe Its annual Woman's services throughout

S. A. Cousin oi BethelKickoff The Day program morning Sunday speaker, April will 26.Ue Prayer Sunday meeting School Tuesday 9:30: ; morning night

... Mrs. Mobelle Anderson of New service 11:00: ; BTU 5:30: ; evening -
-,",,.,., .' Come
service 700.
April 13 J"':' .<"-,,'-, .' /'It Providence, Baptist Church : one,
,', ST. JAMES AME CHURCH The nights. speaker, Mrs. come all, you're welcome to
t '. I to the Shady! Grove Baptist
Helen member
The year 1957 will seem like .., ". :. Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor Church.
; church.
to those who gather our own
yesterday ,
In the spacious auditoriumof ,.fI >.j Ii Bert Cooper, reporterAn This promises to be one of
': the best. May we look forwardto
Greater Bethel AME Jr Evening of Music will be KELLY'S CHAPELRev
Church to pay tribute to the 1.1: 10 at the seeing you there. Dinners
presented April
will be served free. F. C. Cambridge, pastorA
Rev. S. A. Cousin, the illustrious church. For enjoymentsome
and candidatefor your :Mrs. Juanita Ryles and Mrs. series of four Sunday night
pastor J of Miami's most renowned
% Ann Thomas are chairmen of services sponsored by om-
the Bishopric In 1964. The } talent will This will
occasion will be a full week of publicity. church organizations will begin
be a exciting feast. A sun
programs held in testimony to Y..a'k':4: I prise very Is In store for you the this week in appreciationof
the high esteem in which Rev. first of the J. B. our pastor, Rev Frank C.
Cousin is held In the commun- Blacknell appearance Singers". This for the Battle of Songs at Cambridge, at Kelly's Chapel
Methodist Church 7105 NW
ity. ,benefit of the Gospel Chorus ,
Bethany SundayWhy
15th Ave The general theme of
and is Mil-
being presented by
Promoted for a dual purposethe these services will be "Our
activities will also attest to r" ton Jones go to the expense of Mission in the Church". The

the qualifications of Rev. Cousin a 7 The Trustees and Choir No. sending out of town for musical publis Is cordially Invited to)
as Florida's standard bear. talents when we have talent attend.
1 sponsoring a Russian
AME in the forthcoming are here. If want to
er for bishop you really
Tea at the home of Ernest Bel
Sunday April 12 the Woman'sSociety
Gneral Conference hear some good singing come ,
The public is invited to attend n lamy, April 12, 1820 NW 52nd to Bethany SDA Church, 2500 of Christian Service

each program during April 13 t St. Refreshments and prizes. NW 50th St., Sunday, April 12, will present some of our outstanding

through April 21 from 7:30: p.m. Usher Board No. 2 Is spon- 3 pm. when they will present women of the commu
until 9 p.m. soring its annual Barbecue "A Battle of Songs" with, nity in a panel discussion: entitled -
I "
UEV. S. A. COUSIN Party April 25 at 15770 NW I choirs from all over Dade "Our Christian Witness.

The Cousin the for Bishop duty moth Hair Style and Fashion 18th Ave., 8 p.m. until? W. W. County. The admission is free, Participants on the panel are
sparked by ardent presi-
Mrs. Genesta
Sweeting, past
Plummer is all required is your presence.
Parade, Sunday, April 19. The
Mrs. Fannie and
dent Jernigan, Sponsored by Mrs. Zelma D. Dade PTA president! moderator -
Miami well-wishers have labored activity will be presented in
Mrs. Nixon retired
generally composed and Mary ,
Black and Mrs. Willie Pearl]
auditorium of
the lower t e
to carry the message of serious women cast aside their Miller. Mrs. Della Burkes of teacher, and Mrs. Mamie Gill,
church. The time will be from
this devoted Christian's ideals
social The Antioch
dignity and presented a hila- WMBM will be -guest soloist worker.
far and near.Outstanding. 4 p.m. to 6 pjn. rious "show" on Tuesday Baptist Church choir will render;

ministers and The climax to this week of night. The affair was in mock music for the occasion.On .

their congregations will join In appreciation will be Monday, ery of the doings BIt the'church Rev. Hutcheson Jr. succeeeding Sunday nights
members of the annual conferences. "Bishop"Miriam
the presentations and encomi- April 20. All
the following auxiliaries will
Martin her elders and Off NashvilleRev.
ums as follows: AME Church in Dade County, to be in charge as listed:
the AME ministers and visit- preachers did a" splendid job

MONDAY Rev. Purdy S. Ing clergy will pay homage to in entertaining the audience.You Ernest' Hutcheson Jr April 19 The Trustee
Brown and Mt. Tabor Baptist Florida's candidate for Episcopal would have screamed at of .the Dade County Children's Board. April 20 The Choir
Church. honors at the General Con Rev. Few Clothes (Martha Home at Kendall, Is scheduledto and Church School. May 3 -
ference In May Rev. S. A. Nicholson) who was waylaidon arrive in Nashville on Mon- The Pastor's Aid, Usher Board
TUESDAY Rev P. Cousin, Rt. Rev William F. the way to the conferenceby day, April 0 to attend a seriesof and Setwardess Board.
Brantley and Israel Bethel D'I Ball, Sr., will be the presiding male members of "his" lecture meeting at the
tist Church. officer for the occasion.A church because he was too American Baptist Theological All friends are also invited to

WEDNESDAY Rev. Thed- friendly with the sisters. Or Seminary in Nashville, Tenn. attend our pastor's reception on
final tribute will be rendered the sad sack from 4,
preacher Monday, May
ford Johnson and St. John Baptist Caleb Peterson MGM He was trained for the min-
by ,
Mullet Hole who didn't even
Church. Bass Baritone, in concert. get an appointment.This istry at this Institution and Our pastor and entire congregation
THURSDAY Rev. EdwardT. All of Miami is invited to attend graduated there in the year join Mrs. Thelma Devoein
1948. He also was ordained to to Rev. A. D.
each program and join money raising effort appreciation
Graham and Mt. Zion
Baptist >-
Church.A with the observance and testimonial may turn out to be an annual the ministry at Nashville In Hall and the Ebenezer Methodist -
to Rev Cousin affair, I hope.RIDGEWAY. July of the same year In Church membership for

special musical tribute featuring w.w.r. YI..wx ..r Spruce Street Baptist Church their visit on Sunday night.
choirs and outstanding March 22, in such large numbers -
soloists In the Miami area will and so liberally supporting

be Women presented of Friday Greater, April.Bethel 17. err luu 11"; (1HurrI! ''undx Kelly's Chapel. in raising benevolences -

spearheaded by the Cousin for The Easter Fashion Tea

Bishop Club will join in mam- sponsored by the MYF was
a iriririririrzrjr n.{J.f I.lrlr r .I]"'Ir.lrIrIrIrJ.f IrM'IrIrn IrIrIrIrIrIrIf IrIrIr.lrtrIr..rPROVIDENCE
very beautiful on March 30.
MIss Alegera Prince is urgingall

CHURCHOF CHURCHRev. members to please complete
Annual Lay Retreat your reports and help the MYF
GOD OF PROPHECY C. J. Burney, pastor I with their project.BETHLEHEM .

Bishop R. B. Davis, pastor The services were spiritual
Elder H. L. Cox high throughout the day Sunday .
And Workshop at BCCDAYTONA reporter beginning with the Sun- BAPTIST
Greeting from the Ridgeway day School and on through the
Church of God of Prophecy, Uaptism. Various ones are
1475 NW 58th Terr.
BEACH, Fla. thanks be to God for full set
headed for the State Conven-
Rev. P. B. Wiggins, pastor
Dr. Richard V. Moore Confer-
of that He to us
peace gave
ZION HOPE BAPTISTRev. tion, this week; and Saturday
ence Lay leader of the Florida through our Lord and Saviour night at 7:30: p.m., will be the The members and friends,
Conference of the Methodist Paul Freeman pastor Jesus Christ. The Lord is bles- i who
Youth Rally alone with the Big were present Sunday enjoyed -
Church Central Jurisdiction 5129 NW 17th Ave.. sing us !in a mighty way at our Blast Film; you will want to be two Inspiring sermons
announces the 11th Annual Sunday services were highly' church' sponsored by Sister there to see It and bring your Usher Board No. one is: invit-
Lay Retreat end workshop, spiritual throughout the day. have a church to call home we children, for we are sure they ing you to a fish fry, Saturday,
which will meet at Bethune- Our pastor delivered both the Invite you to come over withus. will be greatly benefited from April 11, 4 p.m., at 3151 NW 61
Cookman College on Saturday, morning and evening messages. It. St., the home of Mr. and Mrs.
April 11. The general theme of The two senior choirs rendered Ernest Walton.
On this Sunday at 3:30 there
the Retreat and Workshop is :
"The Responsibility of The the song services. will be a pew program at the GAMBLE MEMORIAL The youths are busy making

Laymen to The Church." I There will be a program at church sponsored by Sister CHURCH OP GOD IN CHRIST plans for Youth Day May 17;
the church on Friday night, Blossom Davis. Please come 1908 NW 5th Ave. ,the Youth Day Committee also
The keynote address "Chal- April 10, sponsored by the No. and see zeal in action also on Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor Invites you to its Youth on
lenge to Laymen" will be de- 2 usher board. The board will Monday night, at 8 pjn., There Sis. M. Cooper, reporterWe Parade April 12.
livered by Bishop Marquis La- also be selling dinners at will be a Youth Rally at our had all
feyette Harris, presiding bish- the church on Saturday.On church sponsored by the Opa- a wonderful time The pastor's Aid Club is
op of the Atlantic Coast Area locka church. The Elder A. Wilson day on last Sunday. We had sponsoring a "Little Tot Con-
of the Methodist Church Cen- April 12, the No. 2 usher and his members will be visiting with us from Nassau, test". This contest ends May 4;
tral Jurisdiction Dr. Moore board will sponsor a musical glad to see you at the rally. Bahamas, the Rev. Hepburnwho you are Invited to enter your
will preside at the sessions. I banquet at the,Scott Community Everyone is invited to come delivered a very inspiring child if you wish.
7200 NW 22nd Ave. and have in sermon on Sunday night.
The laymen will be dividedup Center, a good time the
into three workshop groups at 3 p.ttV Admission 150. I Lord's house See you In church The young people's spiritual Visitors are always welcome
hour be
service will held Monday to Bethlehem Baptist Church.
on Sunday.ST.
each discussing "What Are The night, April 13. We will
Responsibilities of The Lay ST. BARNABAS CHURCH continue our discussion, "Today's
The Church?" LUKE CHURCHRev.
men of Youth
I Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor : Tomorrow'sChurch GRACE PRESBYTERIAN
Registration will begin at 9 Mrs. S. Dawklns reporter P. W. Williams, pastor Leaders." We will be
a.m. in the lobby of White Sunday School was openedby Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporterThe expecting each of you. G895 NW 14th Avenue
Hall. The first general session Miss: M. A. Gardner. Bible Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor
will start at 9:30: a.m. and the discussion from the 15th chap Young Matrons will cele- ST. MARY'S W. M. "Simon, do you love me?
brate its 18th
second at 1:15: p.m. All general anniversary Feed my sheep John 21:15-17.
sessions will be: held in the ter of John. day, April 12, at 3 p.m.; you Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor This will be our Sunday morning

Gertrude Hotchkiss Heyn Me- Morningrorshlp was led by are cordially Invited. Mrs Miss Dorothy Major, reporter text. The sacrament of bap..

morial Chapel. The address !the pastor. He lectured for 10 Geneva Darling president.The Sunday morning, our junior tism will be observed. At the

the second session will be delivered minutes. Testimonial service No. two Choir will havea I choir will furnish music; our evening service, Jacob will
by Charles P. Kellog, and Holy" Communion was ad- "Pie Sale", Saturday, April pastor will preach from Phli- wrestle with the Angel in Gene-
assistant director of training ministered. Everyone was blessed 18, at the church, 1790 NW 65 plans 4th Chapter 8th. Verse. sis 32:24. Members are encouraged -
General and Lay Activities of by the, Holy Spirit. No. 1 St., beginning at noon; deacon Finally Brethern. whatsoever to Wring family and

the Methodist. ,Church, Evan- choir furnished, music with Plenty Whitehead president.St. things are true, whatsoever friends to worship.
ston I1L'NOTICE i
Mrs. C. Gardner at the piano.
Luke Mission will presenta things are honest, whatsoever Condolences to Mrs. Wllhel-
TO CHURCH The junior' ushers served. bench rally the third Sunday things are just, whatsovere mina Hampton and family at
Evening service was led by morning during the 11 a.m., things are pure, whatsoever! the loss of her beloved! father,
REPORTERS!ID. the pastor. A short sermon was service. Mrs. A. B. Sullivan things .are of good :report if who was funerallzed In For t
f1' preached. Mrs. M. .Culmer president.The there bte any virtue and i if there Lauderdale Thursday.The .
i sew deadline for retting furnished music. You are cor- be any praise, think on these
church news'. ,into our office for dially invited to celebrate withus City Wide Mission will things. Theme; "Think on these women of the church
pablloatton' Is TUESDAY noon our 2nd, anniversary 'starting convene at St. Luke Missionary tJ ngs". have laid their plans for Wo-
All church reporters ..surged April 13 to 19. Visitors are Baptist Church, 1790 NW 55 St. man's Day, which Is the fifth
to cooperate Church always welcome 19 at 3 The The Pulpit Aid Club wil celebrate Sunday of May and the churchIs
Sunday p.m.
..we reeeired after noon on Mrs. ;Julia Tynes Is still a their anniversary Sun- with them, as we all look
Tuesday cannot be fvaranteedpublication. I shut-In We wish her. a speedy public is Invited. Mrs. Lula day, April 12, at 4 p.m.; the public Forward to a successful cam
recovery. Moran president is invited. paJgn.1Vliami

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Since my first trip, I have APPAREL OR SALE
been an aerial enthusiast. Fly-
Ing soothes me, giving me a
feeling of contentment and
r serenity I do not get anywhereon "Champagne taste, beer packet?" Come to Grace's

earth. For a long time I where you'll find like-new exclusive Easter dresses' ,

wondered why this should UtI \ suits, skirts, blouses, shoes all originals. $1 to $5

took found my first out recently flight in a when single I Mink, fox and other stoles and fur jackets $5 to $10.

engine plane, traveling to St. Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen

.--'"'. Syr, -- Petersburg and Cocoa. dresses $1. Men's pure Italian silk suits. $3 and $5.

Flying from St. Petersburg Blue serge suits $5. Sports jackets $2. Pants, shoe
MT. HERMAN CHURCH MT. TABOR ,to Cocoa, we were buffeted bya $1. Shirts 50c. Also linens, drapes, bedspreads and

Rev. S. L. Gay. pastor Rev. P. S. Brown pastor heavy rainstorm, yet I felt other household items. We cater to the elite. Grace
Just as serene and contentedas
The pastor was happy to report Dessle Crockett reporter I do during a smooth Jet and Mike will greet you personally.GRACE'S .
that our sick members, God has blessed us to see another flight. wonderment Increased
were doing- very well When he first Sunday at Mt. Tabor; Meditating\ on this, It came THRIFT SHOP
administered Holy Commun the spirit was present; souls to that the
me feeling of
peace Ave. FR 1-8372
2512 NE 2nd
and hearts
ton to all.Stewardess. were rejoicing. The beyond understanding stemmed
Board No. 3 is ,pastor delivered a very fervent from my faith In God. Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
celebrating Its fourth anniversary message both morning and ev-
Sunday afternoon. Your ening.To Of course, I have (or believeI
presence is requested to this af 'have) ,the same faith In God .
the public and to our -- L.Y rF -i
on earth but I also have the i
fair.The Spring Auto Drive wll visitors you are always: wel- comfortable feeling of the solid i
terminate on the fourth Sun- come to worship at Mt. Tabor. earth' beneath my feet, enabling -
day in April. All members art The Youth Choir will appearIn I me to forget God and still JET TV CLINICHOME
urged to kindly pay the sum a contest in Fort Lauderdale feel safe.
Friday night, April 10.
of $10 to their class leader.
Choir No. 2 will celebrate Remember the sick and shut- When I am flying It, h dif-
Its anniversary on April 19. A in in prayer, also the bereaved ferent. The knowledge that II SERVICE CALLS $1.00
families. om completely In God's hands, i
very inspiring program has combined with my faith In Him, Day or NightWe
been planned for your enjoy- enables
me to place complete
Service All Makes ofHIFL's
ment. trust< In Him, bringing comfortto
Very soon our pastor and BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe soul.
his lovely wife will be leaving my and STEREOSWe
for Cincinnati, Ohio for the i Baha'I Assembly of Miami To me, fear of flying Indicates
general conference. The Pas- will present another Its lack of faith and confi- Also Rent
tor's Aid Board is working very regular weekly discussions at dence In God. Even when we
hard toward seeing that their the Baha'l Center, 137 NW 11th arc on earth we are In Ills TV's by the week} or month
stay ds an enjoyable one. Ave.,subject. Sunday, April 12. care. Knowing this, we am
The Rev. F. E. Sneed and The will be "The Pro- strengthen; our belief In Him
his congregation will be with phets of God." The public is by learning to cast out doubt 907 N.W. 2nd AVENUE'Phone
us on Sunday at 8 p.m. Pleaselet cordially Invited to attend. and fear, clinging to the hem
all of Mt. Hermon be in Phone secretary, FR 1-5420, for of His rolls of mercy
attendance ,to greet them. further information. FR 4-2044
Carl Hayes was accepted into With complete faith In God,
membership and is a candi- we can give praise to Him as
date for baptism. SALTER'S CHAPELRev. we soar high In the sky, voicing
Al choirs will meet on their this scripture: "Thy mercy, O ..
respective nights. Your pres- H. J. Benson, pastor Lord, Is In the heavens; and
ence is needed. Flossie Marshall reporterAt Thy faithfulness reacheth unto
The missionaries will be selling the clouds." (Psa. 30:5.) Lincoln Fields Apartments
plea on next Saturday. All "The Cross of Calvary",
the words spoken by our
missionary ladles are askedto
help with this effort. Mrs. Savior. It is finished, at the IN )RETROSPECT 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
Roberta Cherry is president.All tomb In the early dawn, he Is .
laymen and lay mem- risen, he is not here. On the I Miami stood amazed

bers are asked to be on the first us Sunday in the the 11 pastor a.m. broughtto service When upon him It first gazedA Enjoy Living fn Our Cool, Clean Apartment.OUerlnlf *
alert for a very important stately figure among those Features
meeting of this organization.The these words: Do this in remembrance who striven Many

time will be announced of me-Holy Communion. But, It was he who possessedthe FREE GAS
later. drive

The District Conference wasa Quite successful In business Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove
FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTISTRev. great success. Three dele- was he Venetian Blinds
J. E. Jenkins, pastor gates attended along with the And devout a& any Christian Newly Painted
Ruby Lee Carr, reporterWe pastor Mrs. Cornelia Glenn could be Washing Machines Laundry Rooms

regret very much the. for the laymen l league; Mrs. A philanthropist In essence of Free Parking Auto hot water reat.r
loss of one of our pioneer members Nellie Byers for the Steward) the word
Sis. Betty Ross, wife of Board and Mrs. Ann Gunter He answered the needy cries ho Free Garbage DisposalCARETAKERS Filtered water

the late Rev. John I. Ross, the ACE League. They broughtto heardIt
founder of Friendship Baptist the church much information [ wasn't too long ago, brave ON PREMISES
Church. Services were held on the community events. and bold
last Saturday. Our sincere sym- Ele came here and: set his goal _
pathy is extended to the fam- Men's Day on April 26 don'tforget. Yes ho set his eyes upon a .
ily. We all have suffered a The Junior Choir and star Rates
great loss. Our pastor will be Junior Missionary program And reached ,his arms out from Weekly

preaching Saturday, April 11 at Sunday April 12 at 3 p.m. Visit afar bedroom' $18.50 2-bedroom Apt.
2:30: p.m. In the State Conven- the sick: Mrs. Lilly Boston in fo build a mounmcnt for him- $14.50

tion at Ft. Lauderdale. We hope Jackson Hospital in the Medi- self and others Renting Office open every day Phone OX 1-8862
you will be there to hear him. cal Building, Mrs. Cleo Ran- his speciality was honoring
We are so elated over our kin. They will be glad to see mothers .
-JI;"' "" '
many visitors. You are always you and pray for them. This town will long rememberthe

welcome, at our service. Come pace
faith lIe set in trying to elevate his
to church, have your fun: THE WORLD'S
lifted. BAPTIST race
SHILOH Miami owes so much of its success cmiAT: ruoi'iiET

NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor k f 3.1 Year of Experience
Sis. C. M. Miles reporter To one who la gone to take his J y+, Itlnhop) Hunter la well.known as
W. E. Sims, pastorA. restn
L. Stephens, reporterThe Many thanks to all those who retrospect a pF Mf PROF. HUNTER

pastor, official staff and worked wth our children to We acclaim his noble deed, his ., .' } If you aro sick, worried or In
membership at large wish to out; the Easter program over. fame ffit 'fJJJ trouble thin la the place to come I
thank each of you for making t ft was enjoyed by all. ''hat: tie "has not lived in vain" + >" J's, lnn'ttny In the rut, push back \
our Men's Day a success. We The Deaconesses will have 'or, all Miami and places afar / t i fa- the veil of bad luck that seems
were blessed to raise $2,135.88.The a program Sunday night at Vir-7j'clock Vill remember Kelsey Leroy /h :. l1il})"s* J.:;,; to hold you In your track, and
chairman, Deacon Sam entitled "The Five Pharr. 1' ', 1 advance forward by the help of
Davis, co-chairman, Deacon L. gins." Everyone la invited to Marian: Shannon 'x :!'f ,' +. I Cad, under the leadership of

C. Deal, say many thanks and some' and worship with us at :r A .""''''' ,. 1 1 1'rof. Hunter who haa 35: yean
each of ill times. y V
may God bless you. / of experience In spiritual andY
Deacon Deal was crowned The Remember to visit and pray Attention 1a.c ".lot; ':': A occult science. Make your home
King for Men's Day. (for the sick and shut-ins: iJiWi 4jFf'i&t Hv/jsJA happy. lie will show you how
Services were well attendedon Mother Ethel Smith at home Home Owners to lypaM your cnemlcM and net the things that life demands
in Mt.
last Sunday and our pastor and Sis. Edna Friffln who For quality building for you route ono, come all. Healing meeting every Wednesday -
brought two soul stirring mes- Sinai Hospital and others lit the Hplrltii.il Templn of Zion, Inc., 5117 8W 17th \
sages. Our Senior choirs were who+ are 111. dditions and remodelingPL Street, Went HOllywood. Flo-ids 7:30 p.m.

at their best. 4-0655 .....,.,..- b-.'' ji:*J--. ; ; I ,
,' "" '1 :" .
We are looking forward to HT. CALVARY CHURCH NO DOWN PAYMENT 'ft.1.k. iJ' !t"f"I- .. f' ;

your cooperation in the following Rev. S. Atchison, pastor From $5 week .. 1 ",. ,. .. t" __._. .
( I
evening events: per :'11 .
Constance Carter, reporter .:r}ft. 1 1t .f4t#' \
April 11, a party ;({t I.
Saturday The No. two Choir will tt&- l I
j'.. ,
at the home of Mrs. Julia ,/01
fin the celebration of Its anilversary Fl.. Room Kitchen
Little John 6817 NW 11th Ave. Friday night.
dhroom l Bathroom
Sponsors, choir No. 1. April 10. This will be a musical
various I !arporte Gara*..
A Weight >program featuring
Friday 17
April -
Party at the ,home of Mm choirs of the citY. They will awnings Fence.
NW end the celebration of the anniversary -
Clara Mae Temple, 1025
on Sunday, April 12.at News Realty Inc. -
43rd St. A prize will be given I
to the one weighing the most.. 3 pjn. The Rev R. G. Solomon 5417 S.W. 17th Street Hollywood, Florida
Saturday, April 18 A din- and his. congregation will be, in (BUILDERS DIVISION) I mile coat State toad 411 :3 mile went of HallandaJe on )
ner sale at the church, spon- charge of the service. You are 4740 NW 7th Ave. [north Hide of the road. Office! hours: l p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday'
fiored by the' Pastor's Aid Club. cordially Invited Dinners will be .ready at 13 iraUon; refreshments will be 1
noon, phone' : 696-7745. erved afterwards. .. I


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( 2120 NW 68th Lane'died at

her home on March 30. Mrs. ,

McCloud, a native of Alley County

THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. ALBERT Ga., had resided in the Miamiarea !
I for more (than 28 years. News

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, APRIL ll, 1964 She is survived by her hus-
band,' Archie; six sons, Fred-
NW 15th Ave., died March 31 rick, Eddie, Charles, Alfred, ByWalter

Services held April 4 in the David, and Archie Jr.,; two

IN MEMORIAM CARD OF'.THANKS chapel with Bishop Ben Wilson daughters, Louise and Shirley; we

sad but loving' We, the family. of the late, officiating. Survivors are two brothers, a sister, Mrs. An- LI
In memory
LEONARD DENSON wife, Rosa; two daughters, Mrs. na Strong. Services held on
t of our dear daughter, mother who departed this life March Mattie Jones and Mrs. Jose- Monday, April 6 at the chapel. The South Broward Post

and sister, I 27, 1904 wish to express our phine Wilford and a step-son. 8195 held its regular meeting
Sunday at Bowe's Modernistic
heartfelt thanks and gratitudeto
JOHN LANE? of 15151 NE
Barber Shop from 5:30: to 7:30:
ty our many friends for your ELLIS' LOWE, 5551 NW 9th 14th Ave., in North Miami p.m. The nomination of offi-
kindnesses shown dur-
4A many Ave., died April 2. He is sur- Beach, died at the North Miami cers took place. The election of
hour of bereavement.We .
ing our vived by a daughter: three General Hospital on April 2. officers will be held in the

wish to express our special brothers, Mathls, Willie' and Mr. Lone: a native of Cordele, next meeting April 19.
thanks to the House of Albert Matthew Lowe; three .sisters, Ga., had resided in Miami for
for the wonderful services Mesdames Florin Brown, Pearl five years. He is survived by

rendered the family Brown and Susie Slater; several his wife, Janie, a son, John Jr., Don't forget the Veteran's
Mrs. Ceola Denson nieces and nephews. Chapel :his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ear- Dance at the Big Bamboo In

And Family services conducted April 7. lie Lane of Montezuma Ga.; Hallandale Saturday, April 18,
four brothers and six sisters.Mr. 9:30: p.m. to 2:30: am. The 5693

Lane was removed to Mon- Post of Opa-locka is invited.
PAUL J. McGEE died at tezuma for final rites. Commander Dames, post com-

CARD OF THANKS. home, 130 NW 14th St., April dader; Jimmy Lucas, adjutant,
1. Arrangements are incomplete Oliver Maycock, quartermaster.
We, the family of the late, tWILL KELSEY PHARR died in All neighboring! posts are in-
NANCY CLEMENTStake Christian, Hospital April 4. Dr. vited.
this method of thankingour Pharr, the first Negro funeral
many friends for calls, MICHAEL, 199r! NW director in Dade County and

cards, telegrams, flowers and 152nd St., died April 2, His long-time civic worker and The Carver Rranches Fire

the use of cars. wife- ; a nephew, Lee Andrew leader, came to Miami in 1912. Department will hold Its next
Young and a niece, Mrs. Daisy For more than 35 years' ho meeting Monday night, April
r gat Special thanks to Rev. A. M Reid, survive. Services con- owned and operated the Pharr 13, at 830.: All members are

Griffin, Shiloh Baptist Church ducted April 6 in the Opa- Funeral. Home. asked to please be present.
and Range Funeral Home. locka chapel.

Edna M. Higdon, daughter
MRS. EDITH S. ROBINSON Willie M. Oullever, WILLIE MONROE of 2321 Ebenezer Baptist Church
this 8 daughter CARL D. JACKSON, 8- NW 152nd Terr., died April 4. will dedicate its new church
who departed life April ,
1961. Elizabeth Wright, daughterCleo month-old' son of Frank Jack He is survived by his wife, Sunday, April 26, at 9th St. and
Terrell, daughter son and Nadine, died April 3. Addle, a cousin, Ola Nesbitt. 1st Ave., Hallandale. Rev. O.
f Gone, but not forgotten. May Services Friday at 2 p.m. from Mr. Monroe was 'removed to W. Foster, pastor.Al .

she rest In peace. I the Revelation Holiness Church. Perry, Fla. for final rites.
t Mr: and Mrs. Arthur r
Brown, parents IN MEMORIAMDoes Floyd, photographer and
Darnella and Audrey Smithdaughters ILLIAM JACKSON, died i PAUL HOLMES of 680 NW photo service man, was on

Jesus Care? April 3 and was sent to Savan- 15th St., died April 6. Services hand Sunday at Ebenezer taking .

Sheppard Brown, daughterMrs. nah, Ga. for final rites. Saturday at 1:30: p.m. in the pictures of the various
Llllie R. Bell, sister I chapel. auxiliaries of the church and
choir group. It was also an exciting -
CHARLIE MORANT, 1349 i evening for him and

IN MEMORIAMIn NW 5th Ave. died April 2. He is I MRS. EARNESTINE SMITHof Your Reporter. We met for the

survived byhis" wife, Eula; I 772 NW 45th St., died April first time this year after 28

memory of our husbandand three brothers, Gaither, Jack 6. Mrs. Smith, a native of Ofer- years. We were cooks in the
father and Joshua. Remains were sent man, Ga. had lived here since C. C. Camp in 1930 at Gulfport
REV. CLEVELAND to Metter, Ga. for burial. 1931. Her survivors Include Miss and at 7411 Camp in

WOODSIDEwho 0 her husband, Ralph; her Pen cola.
mother, Mrs. Flora Jefferson;;
departed this life April HENRY BROWN, a brother Robert Lee; an

10, 1953. Mrs. Essie Ot.Mae died Brown uncle, Jacob Milton, two nieces "Go To Church Day"Sunday
6523 NW 14th April
Gone, but not forgotten.We and a nephew. Services Saturday 19 is "Go To
5. He is also survived by a April ,
3:30 Missionary
at at Shiloh
shall meet him when : pm. -
brother, Neely of Pocomoke, < Church Day" at the Mt. Zion
Church with
eternal roll. } Baptist
ages x iE and three aunts Baptist Church. This annual
Md. uncle
,; an
Mrs. Eliza Woodside, wife the Rev. A. M. Griffin officiat
observance will be
Mrs. Rosa Lee Thomas sponsoredby
including -
ing. She will Ue to
Children and grandchildren of Miami. Services will be shipped Ward No. two, as in other
Valdosta Ga. for final rites
held in the chapel Saturday at and burial following the ser- years. The Idea is to keep alive
the desire' for church attendance
2 p.m. -
CARD OF THANKSThe vices. generated during the Easter

family and friends of E- s MRS. MARY LOU JACK- JOHN MILES of 7104 NW 14th season.

the. late, SON, 10300 SW 177th St., Per- place, died on April 4 at The theme for the occasionis
HANSON SCOTT rlne, died April 4. Among her his home. Mr. Miles was a native : "Where" God meets his
Saints. From this
who passed on March 25, 1964 survivors are minister has selected the subject
wish to ,thank each and every- daughters, four sisters, four survivors include five brothers -
Name Ambrlster "Under the Shadow
: Mary : of the
brothers and five grandchildren.
one for their cards, flowers including George and Del- "
Died: April 8, 1962, Services conducted Almighty. The Ward is led by
services rendered also were '
and a ton Miles, and a sister-in-law
Buried: April 14, 1962 Sister Georgia: Nelson, also a
at Sweet Home
thanks Rev. Maconof Thursday Miles.
special to Mrs. Daisy Mr. Miles
Does Jesus care when I've said Deaconess in the church, a!s
Church Rev. King
Baptist pastor
First Baptist Church of Opa. was removed to Wttynesboro
Good bye to the dearest one president. Deacon Howard Bry-
4'' locka, Mrs. Veda Harley, Mrs. on earth, for final rites.ALBERT ant is the Over-seer.
.,, I Lula Bacon and Mrs. Helen

':i; Dames. To me sad heart aches MRS. BESSIE BROWN. 564 Special music will be rendered
GUILDS of 2960
till it Read breaks.Is by Choir No. one. The pub-
NW 17th St. died April 5. Her '
jd" NW 44th St., died April 6. 'His lic Is cordlallf invited. Remember
:\' it alright to him? husband, Homer,, survive. Arrangements survivors Include his wife, 11 a.m., Sunday' April

IN MEMORIAMIn Does he really see? R 'are. ,.:! ncomplete.: Pearlle, seven sons, a daughter, 19..
two step-sons; his mother, Mrs.

memory of The Family ,MRS. LETITIA ARCHER of Julia Childs, and 17 grand V'1o. -"" __
ROSA NICHOLSONwho children. Services Saturday at
Bahamas died while
departed this life April ; 4:30: p.m. In the chapel. I
visiting relatives here April 7. Watch-for. the Big
10, 1957 Gone but not forgotten her
Mrs. Brown's She is also survived by

husband, George! a'son and STEVEN JOHNSON of 4945
J, M. Nicholson husband
a daughter of Nassau. Remains NW 23rd Ave., died on Aprils, COSTUME BALL
George Pryon, son Funeral SaturdayFuneral
were flown to Nassau Thursday
at his home. Mr. Johnson had
Mae in law
Pr on, daughter .. for services.
resided in the Miami area since
Frank Pryon, son ''MrS.
services for
.r Miami BeachAuditorium
Willie lYyon 1925. He is survived by his
Roberta Terry Brown,
daughterinlawIda Miami, ,who died Saturday, JOE BRYANT, 1611 NW 63rd wife& Gladys and a son. Steven,

Lee, grandmother April 4 in.Ellavlllo, Ga, is set St.,,''died April 6. A resident of Jr. Funeral services will Ite

Lemoyne and Robert for 12,I noon Saturday April 11 this area for 30 years, he issurvived"byhis' on Saturday, April 11th, at
grandsons at the First Baptist church: InBrownsville. wife, Ira; a 10:00: AM at the Range Memorial Get your costume ready
Chapel with the Reverend
.- daughter, Mrs. Margaret Leath.
(' three, sisters and several, grand Alfonza C. Mozell officiating; 1-
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Mrs. Brown, who moved to greatgrandchildren. Chap. .. ,
CARD OF THANKSThe Miami in 1933, was preceded in I el services Saturday at 4 pm. .K* .m. it.
death by her husband, the Rev.., He 'will be in repose in his

family of E. P. Brown, late pastor of the home beginning at 6 p.m.. ,Friday -
MR. JOHNNIE BRYANT church where the funeral Is to .
held. Pastor Brown died in
who died March 15, 1964 wish
to take this method of July, 1961.
expres- INFANTS: Graveside servicesat
sing sincere thanks and appreciation In ill health for about a year, Eevergreen for the -baby
to the many friends Mrs. Brown became a bed daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank '

and neighbors who were so patient in January, 1964. She Green, 1401 NW 65th St. were 'i:1: M
f kind during the hours of be- sought to recuperate at hr held 1 at 10 a.m. Monday.
reavement. native home of Schley County -
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Ga., on March -
Special thanks to Rev. C. J 12. Her heath continued to -

,Burney, pastor, officers and worsen until she died. CARD 'OF;' THANKS
members of New Providence

M B. Church. Sincere thanks Range Funeral Home is in "Living Service for the Living"Oscar
Mrs. Leila Bowware, the
for cards flowers, telegrams.Spec1a.1 charge of the remains.
thanks wife of Mr. W. C. Bowware,
is to
the House of Albert for its Close relatives include an wishes to thank the friends L. Range Funeral Home
adopted daughter Miss EarlyB. and neighbors for the beauti-
I courteous, kind the and Lord's efficient richest Keaten of 1236 NW 45th St.; I ful cards, flowers and condolences M. Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr..

services. May rest each- three brothers, Willie of Pitts- and tne Range Funeral 5727 N.W.17th Avenue
blessings upon
burgh Johnny of Ellaville Ga Home for the service rendered -
of. you. and the RevMoses Terry of during her period of be- OX 1-0131 OX 14343CARDS

Mrs. Ethel Carr, daughter Birmingham. reavement. B B B u rrirriMru iu m n MCTi



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TWO HOUSES SOLD! I uNodaln strange," was the
rtlly unclassified, bring MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
This week an adrtJser ; "leople read the MIAMI -
came to ieTIMES in a hap- TUU S." While ?? do not Advertise In the MIAMI I SATURDAY APRIL 11 1964 PAGE 13
py mood. "I've brought you an. mention them, it Is not unusual TIMES you get results plus

other. ad'" said he. 'The last for us to be told of the results our appreciation for your bust. .

-one old two houses for me. our advertising, classified/ and ness.v' :,- '''\ ,'.i lf :.- Attends Alumni Thanks .

Regional MeetingMrs. Mr and Mrs. C. Wareham
; FOR RENT want to thank the friends and
Ora D. Taylor, Vice President neighbors and well wishers for

NICE ROOM with references, of the Southern Region helping us give Mary Edwardsand
G96-328.t. Alumni of Tuskogee Institute, Raymond a big birthday a
I Alabama recently attended the party Their birthday was

ROOM IN NICE HOME Pri- annual meeting at Tuskegec March 23 and 29th, so they ;
vate entry to bath. All house Institute. Ala. had double fun. Mary Is a teen-
privileges. Quiet working .. The: meeting lasted three ager Raymond Is six but he ,', ,
son. NE 5-5283. 18(50 NW '47 days and accomplished much thinks{ he Is a teens too. Mary
ot. good. ThQ'? president Is Dr. and Raymond Join with with
Grady W. Taylor. The topic a big thank, you for gifts and
"My note as a Member oil party, This Is our second big
ROOMS FOR RENT. Hot and Tuskegee Family" was told by party.
cold water at all tines; Phone students, teachers, administrators -
del4r- 091-7031, 0705 NW '26 Ave. Call and alumni. 'During the

10 a.m. to 9 p.m. meeting, there was a social

1 DOLL HOUSE hour at the' home of the' president -
APT. Free
St, Two-bedroom a banquet In Thompkins t.
CBS, Jalou- tricity and water. No children. Dining Hall, a dance for' the
sAL SALE BALK SAL14 sied ,
windows awnings encloseed ,
775 NW 69 St. PL 4-0069. Junior Alumni and delegates,
SACRIFICING 8 room, 3bed. rear porch, stove and re- and
room house Large corner lot frigerator. Like new inside and CORNER HOUSE-bedroom.. Morning a in on Sunday
Dorothy Hall for
WdnderfUl for transportation, out. $9,000, $300 down and $75 Sun ,porch, extra large utility all delegates.
school and shopping, 4220 NW month. Life Realty, 4832 NW 7 room. not land cold water. Most of the guests & dele
10th AVe. Ave PL 0-4371i Open evening Friffldairo! and large stove gates lived In Dorothy Hall _
and l
Sundays. 1401 NW 58 Terr. Call
OX which was convenient for services
HOUSE i ? For sale or rent, G-23D2 $22,50 per week. and attending meetings,
1244 NW 52 St.
In Wllcox Hall Airs. Taylor
51 FHA AND VA RESALES.-Like NICELY! FURNISHED room conducted the opening session
807 NW ST. $10,500. Reasonable new 2, 3 and 4-bedroom CBS with nil modern conveniences. efficiently as she Is preparedto
down payment. Open homes near new Liberty City.I In very clean, place Call OX do. The National Alumnae
house Sunday until sold duringthe Many of these lovely homes I 1-1864. will meet In Philadelphia !In
wee evenings. CBS 2-bed- can be bought with only $100 August. rP i
iroom, front and back porch. down and payments are as lowas 1-BEDROOM HOUSE furnished -
Carport, furn or not. 40x140, $GO month. We have the or unfurnished. 1418 NW '-
fruit trees, one block to 26 keys In our office. Life Realty, GO St. Conveniently located, AMONG: I1AHAMIANH attending I I
buls. Near Grand Waw. Quite 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL -4371, clean and reasonable. the funeral of Kelsey
neighborhood: Owner. Open evenings and Sundays. Pharr on Wednesday were Mr. d
FURNISHED APT. with yard and Mrs. Etienne Dupuch and
LIKE NEW. CBS 3-Uedroom and porch. For Information Mrs Clarita Toote. Mr. DupuchIs
corner home. Take over equity. call OX 1-2420. the editor and publisher of .
No qualifying Only $300 total. LOVELY 2-bedroom CBS home '.. the Nassau Dally Tribune.
Payments $70 month. -3110 NW 12 Ave. EnC'l06edf.rent LOVELY CDS large ,
Call dining "" THEIR
G24- 206 for information. porch, large Florida room, room living room, kitchen, 1- MAY MAKE
garage, tile roof pretty fenced bedroom tile bath. $20 week, FOR RENTNew DONATION TO TUB .
NEW HOUSE} 3-bedrooms, 2 yard. $300 down and $70 Mo. 1489 NW 54 St Phone 531-0107. SPIRITUAL TEMPLE OF
Life 4932 N.W. 7 Ave. 3-bedroom house
bathe diving Realty,
dining and Fla.
PL 9-4371. Open evenings and 1-BEDROOM APT. furnished
tooms kitchen and ,
utility, NORTH MIAMI BEACH At the home of the vice president "
Sundays.NO No
$2,000 down. 780 NW 57th St. rooms, qukt. children.
Open from 12 to 5 Sunday. $20 week 1323 NW 58 Terr. Deposit Required and treasurer She I I. also
one of the ordained minister

3-bedrooms pay $75 a month terms. Enclosed front and rear bedroom npt., quiet neighborhood AGENCY and Dade Counties
With $600 down, 4021 NW 23rd porches, separate garage. HouseIs 7850 NW 12 Ave.
freshly painted Inside and L. HUNTER D.D.
Ct See Alexandra Soto. out. Floors refinished, stove 3-BEDROOM house, front 1657 NW 73rd St.
VILLA TYPE older house with !and refrigerator. Price Is $9,500, porch closed in; stove furnish Indf
rear guest house on onehalfarea. $200 down and $77 per month. ed. Unfurnished, 3094 NW 51 .r-- -.........- AIIA ,
,Dream kitchen, vanity, Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. Terr. NE 4-0925; Mr. Jordon.
bath, 2 giant bedroom Needs PL 9-4371. Open Sundays and
some work. Formal garden, evenings. FURNISHED APT. 1742 NW
sweet circular drive to complete 52nd St. For Information' call Finest Selections In Miami
NE 3-6283 or NE 4-0127
$20,600, large' cash down.
PL 4-1106. Owner. M2 LIVE RENT FREE Beautiful Lovely homes open

like new CBS duplex, 2- SMALL COTTAGE, also private NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ
HOT DEAL! Real large 2-bed- bedrooms) on each side. $450 I room In home for quiet Terms Less Than Rent
room CBS with additional 2-bed :down: and monthly payment of persons. Call 754-5812 '
apt on a large 75 ft. lot. A real $85 Is so low that the rent -
must to see. It's a large, large from one side will pay It all. I r

home.! You can almoht live rent Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave., HELP WANTED ,.
free: no no closing PL 9-4371. Open evenings and 3031 NW 69th Terr.For .
costs and paced right. Drive Sundays. the finest In new con."
by, call us, we have key. 132 MALE OR FEMALE musicians people who want very
NW 75 St. Fenster Realty, PL ; I wanted. Piano player, trio. structlon. Sunshine Homes present their 1964 .

98779. DRIVE BY 4717 NW 5 Ave. Apply Cookie's Place 742 N.W. models Beautiful 3-bedroom ,2 baths, Fla. room,

Lovely CBS 2-bedroom plus 62 St. oak floors., tile roof and garage. s

3-BEDROOM, beautiful fenced Flo. room, awnings, sprinkler I BARMAID Ago 21-28 .
-li home, nly' .flour old, fenced yard.
years system, garage : apply Cookie's Place,
For a large famlly.Thls Is a $350 down total $13,000. A. nlfht8z 742 \ 62 St. 5221 NW 5th Avenue m

better type of home., Priced Ben-Keri, Realtor. Nights PL 2 beautiful 1964 Sunshine Homes models with 3'J
right. Drive by then 'call us, 9-5533, days 7513431. PIANO VOICE specialist. Parts roof
oak floors
1850 NW Pi Ter.' Fenster- Realty Conservatory. From beginnerto bedrooms, 2 baths, Fla. room, ,

PL 98779.. advanced. 1009! NW 60 St. and built-in kitchen.
1J OPEN SUNDAY 2 to 6 559 Phone 634-7914. ----- .

HOT DEAL!! New area, 3-bed- NW 4Gth St. Very best buy, 2- MALE'' OR FEMALE operatorwanted. If 1241 NW 53rd StreetNice
totalQ12.200 Can compromise
bedroom CBS, Fla. room,
room CBS $65 month no
only ,
closing! costs, move right in. only $300 down, wonderful contacted In person or phone CBS 2 bedroom hardwood floors, carport wall

See It or call, 3520 NW 210 Ter. location. A. Bon-Korl. 754-3028. to wall' carpeting, fenced yard $350 down $68 per
Fenster Realty, PLi 0-8779. Realtor, night PL 9-5533, days month. FHA.

754-3431. UHF ACROSH TOP OP .

HOT DEAL!' Beautfffl f2-bed CLA88FJKD I'AGE About
575 NW 49th Street
froom CBS, quiet arW, carport, OPEN SUNDAY 2 to 6 4815 WANTEDEXPERIENCED ,
etc. FIIA-a pp roved. monthly NW 6 Ave., Very large 3-bed- Lovely CBS 2-bedroom, Fla. room, oak floors and
: MAN to man-
'payments $79, Includes every room, 2 both CBS plus large store Nice. gro- appliances' $350 down. $70 month. FHA terms.
ItMng, small down payment, 530NW and lovely. age grocery
Fla. spacious .
46 St. Fenster Realty, PL room Children eery tote with business a1- ---
lovely park.:
Across from
9-8779. can play. Only $350 down, ready there. Call NE !3-6283. ; 3501 NW 208th TerraceCBS

this sure. A. Ben- .
FHA. -
HOT'' DEAL! Cute 2-bedroom Won, Realtor night PL 9-5533, -I i 2-bedroom. tile ,floors, screened porch, and

home with large' Florida room, lays 751-5431. Watch for the Big built-in kitchen. No qualifying, $500 down $79 per

A pretty home. Total price rrr month.. ,', .

only, $7,000, good terms. Drive ..._._. .
by then call. 412 NW 47 St. MONTH all, COSTUME BALL +
ONLY $C9 A pays
Fenster Realty, PL 98779.'I $350 down. Total $9,600, 2-bed FHA VA resales, like new CBS 2, 3, and 4 bedroom ,

I room CBS, very nice, spotless! homes near schools and shopping( centers, from $100

1IOT'DEAL! Custom built 2-: ood location, call me. A. Bcn- Miami BeachAuditorium down, $60 per month. See model home at 3501 NW.

:bedroom, large ,home In a quiet Kori, Realtor night PL. 9-5533, 208th Terr. Open 1-6 p.m.NEWfREALTY. y
location. This a. fine home for days 754-3431. '
one seeking 'a' Wetter type of _
homo. one mortgage., Call us to costume ready \
shomr. We have key. 853 NW 74 2730 NW 57 STREET 2 business Get your
St. Tenster Realty,. PL 9-8779. lots, 80x120 with house. Inc.
House Is not'-much, but bar-
;train for $-500 down and only The BTU of the Greater St.
FULLY FURNISHED 510 $15 a month, $5,500,10(31 price.A. Luke Primitive Baptist Church (The Broker that works for you) ..
'"NW 50 St. Three bedroom CBS Realtor night Fashion
Ben-Korl, will present Its second -
with separate, garage, awnings, PL 9-5533, days 754-3431. Tea ''on Sunday at 3 p.m. BRAND NEW LOCATION
stove, refrigerator, washing latest trends In fashions 4-0655
machine. $200 down, FHA and hair styles will be model- 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL

terms, seller pays all closing SALE 8A public la cordially In- (Open Sunday)
costs._ Life Realty 4932 NW 7
Sited attend. Rev. Ellis King,
GROCERY STORE. In nice to .
PL 9-4371. Open Sundays 'I I
f' pnsJ eyenlngs. neighborhood! NE 2S3.. pastor. .,


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prizes were presented to Sor-

HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS Closes April 12 ors Bernice Marian Johnson.H. Shannon During and the"ZetaRec"

activities three
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Mays Team Wins when contestants meet April 12 band" were presented to Mesdames -
to make their reports to the Inez Foster, Gladys

I PAGE 14 SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1964 3rd Place in State Cinderella Committee of Miami Smith and Kathleen Moss, re-
spectively. A gold loving cup
Zetas. Reports will be made at was presented to Soror Juanlta.
the home of Mrs. Dorothy Powell
Plnckney, baslleus of the Miami -
BTW NEWSAs I Bethune Elem. News Lee, co-chairman this of the chapter for service and dedication -
Cinderella Search for year in directing Zeta affaire. -
failure of a battery The Cinderella Ball will be heldAp.rll and
a result of Student 'Council PARENTS, PARENTS while a team of competing mechanics 16, at Bayfront Park The husbandh the
election for officers and Miss CALLING ALL PARENTS! worked with skilled! Auditorium.Each sweethearts of Zetas joined
BTW, three lovely young ladles but nervous hands on a 1964 group during the recreation
Is the time to
will hold the most coveted New register Plymouth engine to locate the year members of Beta hour and Mr. Lambert was recipient
p officers for the 19fi4-65 school your child for the Pre-Orienta- 22nd and final malfunction Tau Zeta Chapter sponsor the"search" I of /the special award in
tlon School Program which will Soror Vernay
year. Helena DuHart was caused the team to drop from for Cinderella to raise
lie held this summer at the Be Pratt Jones the hostess
chosen Miss BTW; her attend- first to third place. funds to present continuing
thune Elementary School. All scholarships to outstanding for the April 4. meeting. The
will be Marlorle
ants pupls who will come to school Robert Foster and John high school senior girls. At motif was F3Jorida Flowers .
Judith Gardiner. Vera Lee
i In Brlnson were well ahead on
September for the first time present, Laurastine Mason and delicious candies and buffet
president of the
will serve as
In the state
Student; Council and Glorlda may register now. points Trouble Shooting Contest held Rose D. Moorman have receive were part of the recreational

Johnson will serve as vice presi The program begins official. at Florida A and M University ed $250 scholarships to hold festivities.
dent. Billy Hall the present ly on June 15. The closing date in Tallahassee when they were them with their college expenses Soror Cecile McCartney will
vice president of S. C.. has been for registration Is April 23; not able to discover the final at FAMU and Flak !be hostess to the April 18, meet
filling In as president' nnd VP therefore we urge you to come malfunction of their Plymouth, University, respectively, ing. Soror Frankie S. Rolle,
as a result of an accident: In to the school and register your car Mrs. Rosa L. Fortson was the chairman of the Cinderella
which President! Wayne Bowe child now. It is free! come now, Only ten minutes separatedthe very charming hostess for Search Committee, will make a
I was Involved In during the don't let your child be left out! first, second and''' third the 'regular meeting of Zetas final report of the contest; and,
summer. This program will help your place teams. March 21. She decorated witha recipients of this year's scholarship

Congratulations are In order child make bceter progress The time for the third place Jamaican, motif, using the award will be discus-
for the new officers and Mica: when he enters first grade in team was 1.45, for the second many mementoes gathered. on sed.
BTW Thespian Troupe 2112 September. place team 1.40 and for the her !tour of the Isles of the Sea -:; ::" .- JOur
:presented a night of one-act Beginning June 15. Bethune team who will be Following the regular! business
lays' March 31 and April 1. Elementary School will have its invite In July :to participate in session, a travelogue was presented Classified Ads
Thev attended the Drama Fes first summer reading the National Contest in De- by Mrs. Fortson. She
tival at FAMU, April 57. The All pupils in J igrades 3rd program.through troit, was 1.35. was Joined by: her son Charles SELL ANYTHINGFree
same one-act plays were pre- Gth will participate. The second and third place and :husband Junius in relating,
sented: "Man in the Stalls", teams were awarded' school-
"Balconv Scene" and "Sandbox". We urge you parents, to student engraved plaques. ..1
Confirratulatlons 'are in order for come to the school on Tuesday, "Our team did very well and
Paulette Johnson, 8.7, for nine- April 21, nt 8 p.m. for the first showed that It can compete
last first In the school Spelling meeting. This! meeting will be with the best. The competition hair and scalp
Bee. Karen Williams, 8-5, for the clarification of the two seems ,to have given the
was the second place winner. nrogramis) both the PreOrientation boy added confidence in them consultation with every
t land the summer reading. selves, as this was their first
Seniors are re"sentlnp> TUnr Come one, come all! We expecta time In any competition out- purcha.se. Wigs, individually
Ceremony. April 23, nt 2 p.m.. packed cafetorlum on April side of school.
In the school auditorium. Student 21, at 8 p.m.Spelling The students are working shaped and ,
: Government day will beheld hard and take tremendous Interest "
April 27. Thus year the I Bee eliminations In their education," Bald styled by Ella Moncur.
seniors have chosen!=:' ns ,their ; were held last week. The grade: John Bullard, their advisor.
motto: "Fortified With Thp Old, group winners are the' folowlng: Bullard also said that since Payment plan.
We Seek To Face The Challenge 1st grade Debra Rollins; 2nd 'his team won third place in
Of The New". Michael garde, Otistine Johnson! ; 3rd the contest some of the busi- -
Abrams is president of the trarde, Gerald Mills; 4th garde, ness establishments in the
(senior class. Davis James; 5th grade, Mary community have shown inter- TheatricalBeauty

It Is quite exciting thinking Smith; Gth grade, John Mc- est In employing some of his ,
Minn. A
school champion will graduates.The .
about prom time. This year the be chosen from the 5th and 6th oratorical trouble shooter
prom ciueen will he (still a grades. The winner
will he announced Simeon. Kemp, did not place. SalonELLA
E secretfwssss) Five delagates later.
from the Student Council
were c'hnnse to attend the annual Coming soon Color Davl Nigeria Student
i Florida State Student. When? May 1, 10R4. MONCUR, Prop.
Visits Lillie EvansThe
Council Association at DJIlard
Comprehensive Hlerh in Fort Get wen wishes to our shut-
fourth grade classes at
Ins Mrs. Mrs. Grace Ferrell McIDae Airs.! Carolyn V. Latimer
Lauderdale, Anril 2-4 Patsy L. Lovings and Mr. S. Lillie C. Evans" have been
Simmons Edith Anton. Joan Grant. studying about the continentof Mrs. Leana Andrades

Alexander, Blllv Hall nnd James Africa. Through the, effortsof
Thomas attended.. Blllv Hall\ Mr. and Miss Bethune sponrcorinig Contest its Miss Fredrlcka Smith, a 4th 2625 N.W. 55th Street NE 5-2821
was elected business managerof to be climaxed] the grade teacher we were privi-
the State S. C. The General cafetorium, April 21. Who' will leged to invite to our school,
theme ofr the association for win the coveted honors Daniel Elebiga who is a' student -
? ? ?
the year "New Attitudes for at the University of MIami -
New Challenges"' The outstanding Library .from NigeriaMr.
Headers for the week are: 1st Elezlga has been attending -
Memebrs attended of the BTW second: newspaperstaff highschool grade, Gwendolvn Jackson; 2nd .' :the University of Miami Ford Real Estate Specials!
journalism Grade. Carla Williams; 3rd grade; for almost a year and a half.
at Zenobia Brown 4th He is majoring in business administration -
; grade
Miami Senior High' School. Rm!. ,
''trick Johnson; 5th grade Linda BUY A HOME TODAY! DOWN PAYMENTS
ly Black' Nettle Smith. PercI-
val Brown, Bennie Harris and McCIPndon: and ethi, grade, Do- On Friday, April 3, Mr. Ele FROM $100
Bethsheba Dean bra Williams biga spoke to grades 3, 4, 5 and VETERANS ATTENTION! NO DOWN PAYMENT!Io
'I panied bv staff sponsors Mrs. 0 about his home.
Marian Shannon. NWHS We were richly embroidered,
tions are In order Congratula for Joan NEWS, white flowing robes and a 1-1228 NW 42nd Street. House for rent-$18 week
white wool his
; TrlmWe Paulette Martin. Pa- On Friday: nnd Saturday, head, which was embroidered upon 2-1180 NW 67th Street. House for rent-$20 week
Scott and Jennie ?
recelvlnsr, honorable mention Cole for at April -1. the ''Industrial Education with gold-like threads. Mr. Ele- 3-3121 NW 67th Street. House for rent $20 week
Club of Miami Northwestern biga said this was the usual
A the County Science Fair. along' with Dillard of- Nigerian dress although some 4-1480 NW 55th Street. Large house $295 down

Shajkesneare remembered bv Fort State:;; ; Lauderdale attended the' people prefer American 5-825 NW 52nd Street. CBS home. Fenced yard
q BTW Convention, which was clothes.At .
students: Students at BTW $400 down.
held In
are planning to observe Tallahassee at FAMU.At the conclusion of his
speare's 400 birthday anniver Shake. this! convention Miami speech \hedisplayed many 6-1817 NW 47th Terr. Large CBS home. Good
sary. The official commemora- Northwestern photographs of interesting area $395 down.
was very successful places in Nigeria his family
: tion will begin April 23 and Mack '
Samuel was
semblv culminate: will May be 7.held A formal May aRe 7. clubs.elected/ He president also<:. 'of the state cials. This experience is one taxes afcid insurance Nice CBS home. Carport,

This festival is beans:(: sponsored and three' second won prizes.three first The our students will long remember hardwood floors, Fla. room. Good for a school
f by the English Department first place winners William : teacher.
and classes are quite busy; trying Long for Dry PUPILS PRESENT
to make It a memorable on. theca LIghtbourn for Shorthand, ORIGINAL PLAY i 8-1762 NW 42nd Street. CBS home, garage,

and Ira Baker f<>r Radio and FHA terms $400 down.

The Community Ladles Recreation Sohool League Newt: TV. The second place winners grade On Tuesday class of Miss 7 Fredrfcka the 4th 9-2010 NW 53rd Street $300 down 3-bed-

has Just completed Its' tournament : were Cooking Barbara and: Roberts for Smith presented an original room CBS home $65, month.

Kookles of winning'basketball with the Fortner for Typing Baking and, Carolyn Ronald play, 'Parade of tine Plants", 10-3030 NW 69th Street. Small down payment
over the Flint-
Lewis This was an excellent presen-
for Body and CBS home.
stones in n real close battle. third Prize ; tation in, rhyme .telling. what
Awards were given April 0. at Joshus Cooper was in awarded to plants do for us. We learned 11-1281 NW 56th Street. Nice CBS home.
Miami-Ed'ison' Masonry.
while that everything: we use except
both >.the Kookles and Flint The salt and froma
new officers of the water, originates
stones;; were playing there in Sate Industrial Education 'Clubs plant.
the second round of the city's for the year 191005 are as All of the costumes of the ATT. VETERANS No dbwn payment No
l'' basketWall tournament. follows: Various plants were made by closing costs. Bring your certificate to our office

A public Information session Miami Northwestern ithe,!? pupils.
lii will be 'held the latter part of Mack Samuels. <<< president, Representatives from some
Joseph Girard. 1st, Vice presi- classes 'were invited to the
April placing emphasis on the dent, to in We will trade your old house, lot or property!
Urban., Renewal Program and Floyd Fanning, 2nd vice s tag e participate a
Its effects. Adult classes in typ president, Malachi James 3rd, quiz based on the play.. Prizes We are Open Saturday and Sunday !
ing, sewing reading writing vice president, Thomas Walker were awarded to the first place
4th vice president Alice Nathaniel quiz winner Vanessa Drown :
and Spanish are still in session. -
There Is till_ time .to enroll. liams treasurer.secretary and Mary Wil place in Mr.winner Fisher's was room Gwendolyn Second Ford Realty Inc.

Bethgiheba Dean BTW reporter. The members returned to Miami Taylor In Mrs. Liberty's room. ,
'. Saturday night. Be sure to reserve Sunday
April 19 for the Lillie E. Evans5PTA 569 N.W. 54th Street
Seasonal Tea and Fash- 7584761
F. '

A-':Times'.. Ad ..Can Sell Anything.,,. See..us! Ion the Show.school The at tea 3 will p.m.be heldat

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Spearing Communication Open I t SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1964 PAGE 15 ;;

Gubernatorial candidate Jack e

Mathews today blamed a Painless Office Treatment of !Ii
"breakdown In the lines of
With Sports communication1 between the RUPTURE s PILES J
I races as the main cause for COST, .
racial unrest In Jacksonville
By HARRY SPEARLet's and St. Augustine, Rectal Disease, Varicose Vein, Pro-
state-No lout tim e-Discard Tray

....... l... ... "" "- ... .;....... ......."" In pointing to one of the Upon Correction of Rupture. Reducing
main points of his 21-step program DR. LONG'S CLINIC Dlood-Urine Tests ,

Wake Up Managers Senator for Mathews Florida's, while progress here, 154S aW. lit Bk-PR 5-2743<< A reaeral .M1 a .."...,.. \,

In Miami namr. afnninn. f\ttf the
And Governor of -the'state
FightersA as well "' "' L '
.as the leaders of the communities *
themselves, should keep the '
RULING has been suggested PACK PACKS THEM IN lines of communication open
to the Boxing Com-I between the races. Communities -
mission: When a fighter has AGAIN WITH PLENTY should also set up biracial .
been booked for a bout and OF committee to air grievances
does not appear unless both ACTION before they explode, as they
should be fined and suspendedfor BUDDY PACK have In Jacksonville and St.
a certain length of time. deserves a Augustine
good deal of credit for FREE SERVICE CALLOn
This will stop a lot of head- He Is way Racial
aches for the promoters. operating the Pan Amer unrest will close the
They lean door
Auditorium. One show to new industry the state
are lucky there are boys suchas
after another, action needs so badly, It will
galore and seriously
Jerry Powers and TV radio or stereoAL
Sandy that's what affect your ,
Buddy believes our tourist
Seabrooke and a few more who '
jump In to make the He has gone to extra expense and It will hurt our state in MAKES AND MODELS
up show. and extended his parking lot the eyes of the nation, Mathews
RUMORS ARE often true, and has two attendants to watch said.
but this one is not. For the your cars. Next week's show "It is the duty of the Gover- 696-3581
last six or seven months It has April 12th nor to see that this does not
Ueen rumored that Willie San- happen in this tate. A situation .-
tant had passed away. To en The main event will be a 10 must never be allowed to USED TV $19.95 up ALL WORK GUARANTEED
lighten those who know Willie xnmder between Uno Arma- develop that will produce riots, 90 DAYS
so well (which of terros, who made a real hit or the closing; of a public
do). Willie Is in the best you of here ior Grant last week by beating Jun school," Mathews said. Rowimc T. V. 2636 NW 62nd St.
health and looking better than and hard punching uctlsom! alonhs shrdl uoouu

he has In a long time. Many of Scatterhawk DIxon, Also, Val- L 'L
will morez Anez, the Venezullan,
you remember him from
'vho has made a real hit In.f .
Tampa, a partner of the late
winning all three of his U. S.
Tony Cahsela. Willie
with Bill Gore, trained, along the box fights a and good In this area, will 1 !frf-s; ii'ii6ItIthimmmQNEW
great Willie Pep, Joe Brown opponent In the
,I semifinal '
Cleveland Williams and num- rounds. For resfcrvatlons -; .': itI1IDllhII!
erous others. I, 379-5010 or 4437371. I ... 1964 MODELS '

This Information came from Ij RCRHJES REIN RACK FEDERAL
a .gentleman you all know well j SPEED

and a great admirer of Willie, THE BOXING WRITERS 11 Exciting Races ... ... QUEEN
none other than the manager Association recommended Wednesday HEAVY
of the White Sox Baseball night to a U. S. Senate .---- DUTY
All Lopez. They are Investigating committee that
neighbors, therefore another I, the office of a national boxing WRINGER
rumor has been squashed, commissioner be established. WASHER
thank God. HEAVY

OVER T5: PER CENT of the telegraphed That recommendation to Sen. Philip was A. DUTY 7 9-95 Land
fighters here are Negroes and Hart (CD., Mich.), chairman of _
some mighty good ones too,but the Senate's sub-committee on: DOG TRACK up
the turn out of the Negro fans anti-trust and monopoly which 1189.95
to see these In action Is. very has-been holding boxing. hear KIHST HACK 8-15 PM.
poor. Let's see if you canVget 1 ings. I Also Rebuilt Washers
a party together,' go out and see and up
them In action. They give you Barney NagJer of the New GRANDSTANDADMISSION All makes $69.95
plenty of it. The prices are very York Morning Telegraph, presi --'J. up
reasonable. We hope to see you dent of the Boxing Writers Association EASY CREDIT TERMS
at one of these clubs: Pan wired the resolutionto
American. Little River, Miami Senator Hart In Washington
Beach. after members of the WBA REBUILT WASHERSOF

had voted unanimously In favorof OPA-LOCKA Inc. MU 5-1504
LOU FARBER, former Amer- the resolution at a luncheon
can Bantamweight Champ Wednesday. SOUTH END 1290 AH Bab Avenue Opa-Iocka, Fla.
fought from in? tn 1O7ft .Wo
was -" COLLINS AVE. L _L' '
rateneof the best ol f

world ten featherweights in the Bahamas Soccer NOW! Closed Circuit
which was mighty good I
those days. Lou Is In show TeJevkk'. Try A Miami Times Classified Ad
business and 'has a salarlum. Team at Curtis

tLLIEVlIMON who has me f
many a leading heavyweight, StadiumThe
Js' training hard. He would like
'to meet anyone around at any- Bahamas AH-Stars-Ml-
*>ne of the clubs here, small or aml Proper contest will open NEVER BEFORE !
Jorge. Ollie is looking to get the third nnhual Inter-Ameri-!
started once again. can Soccer Tournament Sunday,
at Curtis Stadium 1901 NW 21th
JIMMY GRIPPO who has Ave. Kickoff is 3 p.m.
the Twenty Room, at the' Sea
Gull Hotel, was one time a The Agrerrttaclon de Futbolistas JUST OFF N.W. 27th AVENUE
leading manager of fighters. of Guavaoull, Ecuador
He managed former light will Itittle North Miami In the
heavyweight champion of the ntffhtcao of the doubleheader. With the best stores buses and schools
world Mello BetUna in 1939 Doubleheaders- on Wednesday ,.'
when he KO'D Tiger Jack Fox (April 15)) and (April '
at Madison Square Garden. He 17)), both starting at 7:30: p.m. Right at your door k. > ;,. \
managed numerous others. comprise the rest of the tour i\
nament. On the 15, Proper* U i
JOE NARDI. rounding into faces North Miami and Ecuador i
shape and recovered from a vas Bahamas while on the BRAND NEW 1964
hand Injury which he received 17, North Miami and Nassau
In one of his recent bouts. Joe clash while Ecuador meets Proto
did not quit but went on
Win by a TKO In the final per.The 3-BEDROOM CBS HOMESONLY
round. That' s why I repeat, Bahamas team will be
these youngsters have guts. led soils Basil Dullard, who has
allowed on average of less thana
HERE'S ANOTHER one with goal per game; halfback Emerson -
rplenty of courage. Jessie Smith' Hayes, the top defenseman
who foujglht Lou Rodriguez, on the Island and forward Co
. lin Davies, whose 19 goals led '
rated number one welterweighton the league there. $500
, TV last Friday night. He .
pulled a muscle in the fifth Proper will be paced by Wal $ 9 9'5 DOO Down
ter Sanchez (
Ray Thomnsett
round, put up a better fight and Huge Mena while North .!I $79 Mo.;
after being Injured than In the Miami's best are Ron Heenan

first five rounds. One thing h ( In,
did not do was to quit In h I etournaments), Ernie dlLeon-

corner, but lost the verdict ardo, Marion Ibenez, Jimmy

which was no disgrace. Krlssel and Frank O'Hare.On .
See Sernaker 16525 N.W.27th Ave.
CRAPPY ROBERTS bag the April 10, the Bahamians

record of working In the corner r will try tq wrest the Bahamas 4-4772
ofaU visiting fighters. But Developemnt Board trophy

never gets much of a mention. from the Mlamlans. Miami won

Chappy Is one of our many the last three times the two > > .i ir

gOJJ :trainers around here. met.

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i i I i PAGE 16 SATURDAY, 'APRIL: 11, t964"Ii I FAIR

" t AKS'iW,, t .
i i Wins $4OOO"lloward C : H1 YY

) tj t'

University Scholarship YaaY

..,... I
.t.. est scoring qualified participant I "
on the National Competitive II

4\\ t Scholarship.Examinatloh.' I ,
Her scholarship' 'makeS It
Y qd:}
possible fop, Mays td' join the Y
/i # 4S distinguished 'ranks of Booker ,'Aw4
Washington' Carver, North
; ;a Dade and Northwestern as this I

11> .., makes the 'first time in the
'}) history of the school that a I ""Kynes'outstanding sense
student has; won. the Howard. of laIr\ play is one of the
b Scholarship; A new weather miss for Chi sago Before becoming involved most Important attributeshis
}" cagoland' television viewers' is with isotherms and barome- l new office calls for."
: l'l o'f In connection with th6 Dade pretty Shirley McLauran. Sponsored
tries Shirley was a beauty contest
f .J. 'ti...'{ :. "'"Itt County Schools Science Program 'by the Miller Brewing ORLANDO SENTINEL
t '! winner in Ohio and model
.. Brown is psychology Milwaukee Shirley a
'.'li. j ..1 a Company of
I r '(1.v.< ::.'11. '{'"' ',,1/0,': research student, under the 'is.seen on WCIU-TV In Chi-- in Chicago.
; r ..t:6,1..: .. ..,1tf- ""*:f'IiL:4 supervision of Dr Jack Sandier James W.
,I ''t;>! .I.f, If ., KEEP
< t '
( fr!: > % (r ,. wrac; X* I IN at the Veterans Hospital.
?!.. W"v*. ) ,. ,Jk'.. Brown plans when she*'is In Argument Ends in Soloist Miss Theresa Lewis,
: ":\:. I4trfrr f. /I:: college, to major In math and
f .( ,. W ; "-t:' pianist, Miss Barbara Davis;
H.i" -IIJ..t'vt"Y; ('" \\it: t-r.N ;"" !. upon graduating she has expressed Killing date: Sunday, April ID, 4 pjn.,
<:F'Barbara;f. tf; i ; : ; 9iJ.'Wt :: ( the desire to join the'Peace A 30-year-old man was shot to G pm., at Roosevelt Savingsand
{ Corps.
to death during an argumenton Loan Association. The public ATTORNEY GENERAL
Brown, ,,17-year-old The' debutante and Silver a northwest Miami street in cordially invited to attend -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Lee Knight candidate math, in Sunday.Homicide. fold tGllUgal Mv.rtlumenl
M. Brown of 14400 Tyler St., addition to organizations, already Detective Dennis
has won a four-year Howard mentioned is a member Watkins said the' victim Her- rr=- .
University scholarship for her of the school swimming team bert Jackson, of 1348 NW 1st
scholastic achievements at Mays a member of Girl Scout Troop Ave, was arguing with three
High School 857 and is the pianist for her others in front of 1841 NW HOMES FOR SALEStop
church. First Ct.Suddenly.,
Brown who is president of the trio ran and
j the Honor Society and valedictorian Brown has applied for the Jackson ran a few feet in the Wishing Start Living
of the graduating summer Institute Program, at opposite direction before fallingon
senior class was one of 40 students Bennett College which is a six the' pavement mortally 3110 NW 12th Avenue
( across the country to receive weeks program. She was last wounded, said Watkins.
f 'the Howard Scholarship year an NSF Scholar to Ben- Jackson died at Jackson Memorial Lovely 2-bedroom CBS Florida room, garage
which is awarded to the high. nett. Hospital.
I tile roof, fenced yard enclosed porch
Elk's Winners Guest
$12,000 $400 DOWN $69 MONTH
Anniversary Party ArtistsBTW
A Classified Ad Will Pay
Honors Mr.; and Mrs. High School Elk's Con 1810 NW 43rd Street

; Young Off in Big Dividends test"Young winners Democrats"to appear, CalenderTea. at Pretty corner duplex, 2-bedroom each aide

large kitchen, terrazzo floor, very modern
Wttllford: and Pauline Young I
I were honored on April 1, 1964 $14,800 $450 DOWN $85 MONTH
,, at a party in celebration off
their 45th wedding anniversary 286
//i NW 50th Street
at the Jollivette Plaza Senior \
Center, 6319 NW 24 Pl., In Mlt Spotless 2-bedroom CBS, jalousied windows

t ami.The enclosed porch, awnings, stove, refrigerator
social hall
) I decorated with arrangementsof $9,000 $300 DOWN $74 MONTH

flowers gladioli which and bad other been spring given WE HAVE :MANY MORE

My friends In honor of the oc- # ".

casion.The refreshment table was .. ... T, ., LIFE REALTYOpen

overlaid with a white damask
cloth Pink candles burned in 1 ( evenings and Sundays)
silver candelabra. Mints and
unts were served in silver com SUPREMEr' 4932 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-4371
potes. The cake was embossed
with and white roeebud" '
pink (See classified
section for additional houses)
and sweetpeas. Mrs. Henry HOMES
Fuchs cut the cake and Mrs.
Hiram' Porter presided at the -
punch bowl. Mrs. Othello Johnson NEWEST MODEL
.; I Jr., kept the guest book. FOR SALE
r Mr. and Mrs. Young received
many attractive and 'useful gifts Large ,3-bedroom, 2 bath EDISON SPECIALS
:,1 from their frieenda and relatives den ,
carport"JUnd' .
Mrs. Young wore a pret
ty blue printed spring dross of Home You'veDreamed .---i.
of" +-
j with
a white orchlld ,corsage. -
MTS. Mattie Hogain' and her 435 NW 45th Street Lovely corner 2-bedroom CBS. Tile roof, no qualt-
daughter Mrs. Shirley Norwood
Phone UN 6-6007
's; from Alachua Florida were ying, FHA. Already placed wall to wall carpeting.
special out of town guests.
During the appointed hours East ,of Expressway.
.. over 50 friends called to wish ,r y .
them fr!,. ,
1 congratulations --+- ,
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x Spring FestivalCome LARGE. 'FAMILY? LARGE HOMES 3-bedroom, 2 baths, built in'kitchen..- r Lowdown:....r ... pay-

,out to our Spring Fes T OWNER- MUST SELL ment. No qualifying. $85 month pays all. "

tival and Bazaar Friday, Saturday ,*** in No red ,
moveright tape
,April 17 and 18 at St. ** :Seer- ;:' --fir-- r

Francis 16th mgr: Xavier, and 4th Chum Ave. Three' NW ,u :4030,NW>3rd AvenueF41u'.xge' 3-bedroom CBS. Only: $250 down. FHA, ,- ..$8,800 "
FI&.JOQID.2 '2 c Outside : ,. .. '
cash ,prizes given away. First bedrooms,< : : ; &garage. :: ; : '
$50: second third $10.,Come ;needs paint" ; Inside. : II beautiful.' $600 down, : total. ,East of Expressway. : j"3'. .. : .:, ,- ., .
out be 'served.and $25h e fun. Meals to ,$10,90ONlotal :price. $9(" pervroonti>, 'pajrs<'ell.- ,;;;:;. -' :..,: :...4.-... :. .- : :; ::fG.. ;. :.;-;-

4425 .NW 8th" Avenuef3..bedroom CBS duplex, ,$10,900 total. Fenced yard', terrazzo
-- ------- --- 2-bath,, '2 Fla. rooms, garage, air conditioned ,
Willie 'Lourene ,stove, refrigerator. ,$12,900 total, $850 floors, taxes .$16.85. A good deal.

Hopkins' down, $90 month., Hutre rooms. .

i' 745 NW 46th StreetNew Gorgeous CBS duplex, 2-bedrooms on each side.
TV Repair Shop house, repossesses!,,, Make :,terrific deal. 3-bed
I I fence. $2,000 below Tile, roof, excellent FHA terms.
::RADIOS AND HI-FI'S rooms,,2 baths, Fla. room,
: .
market. ,

\" RECORDS 2102 NW 62nd St. 2':'tl iKVJ?: bedrooms, Urge corner ,

fT 5001 NW .22nd Ave. fenced lot. $195 down move in. EDISON REALTORS
1502 NW CBS Fla. room, tile
4 Free pick up and deliverylSsrvice 46th St. carport, "
floors. $395 down, $75 month. '

r Calls $1.50 535 NW '52r J St. 2-bedroom, garage, carport, porch.

$ Phone $350. FHA. 175 N.W. '62nd St. 7512441I
See Saturday and Sunday

M4944or! ___ 634-9672 Call Owner direct! .. WI 8-9886 .'
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