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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 18, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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41st YEAR, No-32: -- MIAMI, FLORIDA SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1964 SIXTEEN PAGES 10 CENTS




I 3 Drownings Recordedon Roosevelt S&L Hits Charged With $100,000


$3 Million Over


Trail Fishing.... Trips. 2,000 Accounts; In AME Church FundsBishop


2 Men Drown NW Lawrence 71st St.Jr., his along wife with and sev-son, Phenomenal Rise D. Ward Nichols who lives in Huntington


Fishing on TrailTwo eral Trail friends to fish drove in the,out canal.to the In Nine Months Station on New York' Long Island hat been found) guilty .

The boy's ,mother saw him Another milestone was in Philadelphia! of embezzling $100,000 from the African .
fishermen drowned Sun- ;
fall into the canal, Deputy reached this week In the fan-
day In the Tamlaml Canal as I Sheriff Jerry Bishop said. She Church.He .
tastic success of Roosevelt Save Methodist Episcopal:
one of them attempted to rescue called her husband who dived ings and Loan Association, theSouth's
the other who was hopelessly Into the water after his,.son. .
tangled .In- his',own lines. The father. .reached the boy ,inga.Institution.fastest growing. sav-< was accused of embezzling; : .the money while

:The-\'victims were- Andrew who 'was' fitriuggllng' violently I *The Integrated organization heading the d. ailnatlon'* ,First Episcopal Diat 4ct.
Emmanuel, 28, of 1845 N. W. : As Cochran tried to grasp a moved Into Its newly and
55th St. and John A. Stephen, fishing pole that was extendedto modernly furnished quarters
24, of 5801 N.W. 24 Ave. him, his son slipped. away next door since July 4 when

Police said Emmanuel was and sank.Bryant. Roosevelt opened with depositsof Urban League Opens "Skills
fishing 24 miles west of Miami )t' $200,000.On .
when fishermen on the other Wednesday Roosevelt
side of the canal began ur went over the $3,000,000 markIn Bank" For Better Jobs
ging him to cross. Rejects assets and the number of

Emanuel jumped In, rod accounts were well over 2,000. On- April 0, 1004, at the. West- tinting sucn a wortnwnaie project. .. I''
and reel in hand, and began to NAACP PleaTALLAHASSEE Dr. E. A. Ward, president of brooke Country Club, tho '
swim. But he forgot to secure Roosevelt, expressed delight In Greater Miami Urban League,
his fishing line; and, becoming the fact that many skeptical
in its attempt to gain support
In It when half Fla, ,
entangled
way people had finally seen the industries and
across he screamed for help, Florida officials of the NAACPmet light and had become active of all major Coconut Grove Club
businesses in developing
police said.Twenty briefly last week with Gov supporters of the savings in-, '' and a
Skills Bank to upgrade
Farris Bryant in his office The
others watched from stitution. Screens
CandidatesThe
create ,new Job opportunities
NAACP committee called for
the canal bank but only Chairman of the Board John
(or Negroes In Miami met
Stephen, a stranger, ran to state action to end discrimination B. Orr Jr., only beamed and with 40 representatives from Coconut Grove Progressive
his shirt and and expressed the need to said, "You ain't seen nothlnf
help. Stripping
end bias in the hiring practices business; industry, and govern. Club has been busy
dived to Emmanuel
shoes, he rescue yet.
"II both of them,, drowned of state and county'departments. mental agency personnel de screening candidates for the

When .the bodies were recovered Spokeman for the group was 1 partments. coming election May 5. ,
y by diver Ed Zehnder, Robert Saunders, l.o'r: I d a Kasper Held on The National Skills' Dank, 1 All citizens of the area are
said, the' fishing line had NAACP field secretary. OtherN which will create 4 natfon-wide
pollee Moral ChargeJohn invited to come to' the Bain'sFuneral
A A C Pofficials included
circled' Emmanuel 20 .times, : reservoir from which companies Home, 3187 Douglas
binding his legs and arms.. Father David Brooks and Rev.Mrs. .Kasper, segregation t can draw a broad range of Road on ,Tuesday. night at' 8.
Dan of Tallahassee
;Speed ; and State Rights Part'y oandl, /help moot the. manpower needs
Johnnie Curls of Tampa; and date for president of the United of the Miami community, was Candidates will tie present in
4-Year-Old BoyOn William Tungstall, who repre- States, was changed Tuesday ., explained in detail by Mr. the Juvenile Judge race. State
sented the State Conference of in Nashville, Tenn., with Clarence Coleman, Southern Representative race and Public -
Saturday a four-year-old NAACP 'Branches. contributing to the delinquencyof Regional Director of the Nat 'Defender race.
boy fell into the Tamiaml Canal The group also urged the I a minor. tonal Urban League.Mr. is the
Juvenile
delinquency
drowned as his fatherstruggled Governor to support' the civil
and to bring him to the rights bill now being debatedin Kasper denied the charge. Stanton D. SansonJ Chairman big problem in our community
bank. the U.S. Senate Gov. Bryant He will stand trial in General of the League's Job De- so please'. come out so, we, the
their Session Court Friday. velopment and Employment citizens can interview the can
thanked them for'
the The Tamiaml tragedy occurred Trail 30 Just miles off gestions but Indicated he favor sug- The mother of a 13-year-old Committee, presided. lie requested dldatoa. Wo should know and
talk to the candidates that
signed the warrant that those present cooperate we
.west of Miami. ed the position of, the state'stwo Negro girl
Lawrence L. Cochran of 1441 Senators. against Kasper. with the League in ini are voting for.c .




May.At: Twilight'The I *' Vit .

pupils of' Jackson Toddle .. ,
Inn are : looking forward to i
May Twilight to be1 held on
the court .of Jackson' Toddle.
I, Inn, Friday, May 8 at 7S0:: p.m.

The, King-Queen. Contest "V.fiHv >
closes Mdy 1. _
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The contestants for the May iw-
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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sutton; Brown Gary Dixon Reginald Oliver Fuller Carol Stanley MOM Baldwin .

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Mrs: Louis Oliver Luasaa Ful
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Dwight Jackson: son of Mrs
Conta&ce'Jackson;;'Karen Marshall
i daughter,of Mr. and Mrsv )
John MariiIaUJmes Baldwin.
son of Mr. -Leonard Baldwin;
Selena Rozler, daughter of Mr.

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. 1 ACTIVITIES
II YMCA

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1964

-r Association is things.
I Ir SKATING PARTY 1 tian many
For the young girl, it is a
Tallahassee: The Northwest YWCA Cen- place of recreation, where she
ter will again sponsor a Roller may develop such skills as
Skating Party at the Hialeah swimming, sewing.the
For FreedomOr Roller Rink, COO W. 29th St., teenager' "too, the YWCA !IB re
Force -
Hialeah. The date Is Thursday creation. t and.learning. She
April 30 and the time IsS q p.m. may enjoy dancing',. develop.social
9:30: p.m. A bus ,from the Rink graces, meet new friends.
will transport'young people And to the young woman in a
Farcial Fizzle? and will leave from the Y Center strange town, the 'Y' is a haven,
.r at 6:30: p.m. Adults will accompany a place to stay In relaxed and
P the group. Tickets comfortable surrondlngs.
The theme was freedom.Tne This is National YWCA Week
at the North-
be bought
word was freedom. The songs Iota's Prexy Visits I west may YWCA Center 5100 NW. one of the highlights in the Ml-
were about freedom. And the 21st Ave. amt YWCA is the anniversary
time was now! "We shall over- For Program celebVatlon: of the Northwest

come someday" gave way" to, Mrs. Ossie Ware Mitchell, National ',1,1Mr YWCA BOOK: REVIEW Center, which was dedicatedfor
"We shall overcome today! service one year ago dur-
President of Iota Phi "I. Keturah, a novel by
Despite a damaging) split in Lambda Sorority, Inc., will Ruth Wolff, will be reviewedon ing National YWCA Week1963.
leadership, the 1,500 marchers visit Gamma Alpha Chapter, Friday, April 24 at 8 p.m. at Members and friends are Invited -
In Tallahassee March 29 constl the dinner
Miami 26 for its Warmth to attend on
on April the YWCA Center. ,
tuted the largest number ever Thursday, April 16. The themefor
Recognition Day program to be compassion and steadfastnessof !
to demonstrate In that is "The YWCA
city. week
the
held at EUenezer Methodist the human heart mark this
Though some newspapers occasion referred Church at 4 p.m. novel of a girl who starts as a Belongs To You".
the
to as a"fizzle" The 25th annual observanceof nameless orphan and becomesa
such those attending had no National Business Week wasa person who enriches the Twilight Tea:
feeling. tremendous success. The objectives I world by her presence. The reviewer -
The number was, indeed, of National Business is to be Miss Helen M. You are cordially invited to

smaller than expected. The Week are: To emphasize the Dorsett, head of the Dixie attend a Twilight Tea, spon-
struggle among leaders was felt contributions women have madein and Mrs. Leon, Malloy 'of Park Branch Library. Membersand sored 1Jthe: James E. Scott
But the marchers knew
keenly. the professional and particu- Greensboro, N.C. were the friends are Invited to at Homemakers Club, Mrs. M. E.
who why observed they were them there.know Those also. larly, the business world; to lucky winners of the door tend.. Alexander, president' at the
after all the point up new trends in businessand prize vacation given by the NATIONAL YWCA WEEK: Range Funeral Home 5727 NW
Perhaps biggest
,
that of ,division.The professions; to stimulate locally Hampton House at the National APRiL 12-11) 17th Ave., Wednesday, April
news was
conservative efficiency in business Alliance of Postal Employees The Young Women's Chris- 29, at 8:30: p.m. Donation $1.00
thought
press so. and professions; to offer scholar. Convention held in New York
But what they failed to note ships in business education. City last August at the Henry
was that the conflict was not activities Hudson Hotel.
Some of the engaged
over whether to demonstrate, in by sorors during this Mr. and Mrs. Malloy arrived
but over where and how. The period of busniess and profes- here on April 10 for their
issue was not between segregationists week's '
stay compliments of
sional emphasis are: public 1
and integrationists but the Hampton. House.
forums, typing contests, selecting -
between the militant and the and Citing outstanding Mr. Malloy has been with
more militant. the Postal Service in Greensboro .
studentof
business woman, man,
A leadership struggle is to be the for five years. He attend.
community.
expected in any developing, On Sunday, April 26, Gamma ed the Agricultural and Technical Gordon Ginor
This
fermenting movement College of North Caro-
Alpha Chapter, Iota:: Phi Lambda
does not lina In Greensboro for three
momentary problem
Sorority, Inc., will present the
say that some want freedom years and served with the US
outstanding woman, man, stu-
while others do not. It does not Army during the Korean conflict -
win-
dent and also the three
that the freedom movementin : for two years.
say
of the typing contest
ners
Fla. is It mere
falling apart.
The
The
by the chapter.
sponsored Changingof
the leaders
ly tells us that are
will be held at the
program
neither more nor less than Ebenezer Methodist Church at FSTA Convention

warm, human beings, rather 4 The public Is invited to .
than saints or devils as some p.m. "Ball" at BayfrontIn R
have depicted them. attend this affair. the Guard

,.-. response to the many re-
---
quests for Information, this
#(
Letter The Editor, \i'X: news Item Is being' repeated
to
: concerning the Convention Ball (Which did the English see first?)

of the Florida State. Teachers i

Association. Gordon's-by 68 years. Buckingham Palace

CALLS MIAMI On Friday night AuditorIum at 10 p.m. became a royal residence in 1837, and

Bayfront Park will that is when the
Changing of the Guard
be the scene of a gala affair. A

12-piece orchestra, under the i became a fixture of English life.Cordon's ...:

MOVIE FARE 'TRASH'Frances play direction for the of Ralph persons Kirsch attending.It will. when became one in 1769, j' .

will be an invitational affair Alexander Gordon first

this limited to the members of created his remarkable {
shocked enough by
Henderson lis FSTA their visitors and
guests,
Miami TimesDear low class trash to stay at home' friends. The general public will gin formula. Today'sGordon's

Miss Henderson and enjoy the radio, televisionor be excluded. Table reservationsmust still harks back
.
their families.Entertainment.
As a new comer to' 'y o u r be made in advance and to this original formula.It .

city, I was appalled to see the is something will be filled I nthe order received is the known GORDON
sore of so called "entertain everyone (more or less) en- at Booth five at the Ad- only way .
ment" in your movies, I would joys. Low class people like low ditorium during the day, on to preserve the distinc-
think !that a city such as Miami class entertainment and upper Thursday or Friday. (Further tive dryness and delicate '
would at least make a higher class people like the entertain- information may be obtained by DISTILLED
class of theatrical amusement. ment suitable to their status.I called PL 7-5093.:) flavour that have made
wonder if the persons run- S Gordon's the biggest- IONGINDRIP /
About two weeks after I arrived ning these Negro establish- A $2.00 table reservation -P
here I went to the Mod- I selling gin in England "
ments of entertainment (mo- charge is levied and from this MlnMltltsww.x111America "
ern Theatre because of the lack I vie houses), think that the Negro !amount, along with other donations the world. ,.' .
of something else to do. I saw Is low classed. They must a 'contribution In the $ y '.Y+
one picture which must have think this or why else do name of FSTA will be made to
been filmed in 1900. The actors wo have inferior movies!! the Prince Edward County
and actresses were unknown to (Va.) Free School Fund.
me and perhaps to the acting As a new comer and an inten-
profession. The other picturewas dant resident 'of this city, I A highlight of the dance will PRODUCT OF U.S.A.DISTILLED LONDON DRY GIN.100X NEUTRAL SPIRITS
(as called) adult entertainment think that something should be be the presentation of a round. DISTILLED FROM GRAIN.90 PROOF.GORDON CRY GIN CO,ITO.UNDCN.R.i.
(a name which Is synon- trip expense-paid trip for two c
done about the schedule of
mous to trash, dirt, filth and to Nassua on the SS Bahama
etc.) films shown and also about the Star, a donation to the com
'children In the movies the
young mittee by Eastern Steamship
the entire
I did not stay for
picture; to me It was full of late at night.If Corp. The tickets will
be awarded during the floor
too much sex and not enough
I did that you are not capable of exploring show; many well-'known art-
However. see
some sense. school children of about. this situation, pleasesee ists and celebrities will be on Free hair and scalp

8-12 years of age seem to be: to it that someone (maybe hand to take part in the entertainment consultation with

really thrilled by It. your readers) become awareof program. every

this terrible delve Into obscurity If member of purchase. indi
The following>: week. I went you are a Wigs,
to see a film at the Ritz. The that these movies are FSTA, a teacher, in the educa
films were as good as could be creating tional system, or know some- vidually shaped and r ..
expected. Behind me sat a woman one who' is be sure to at-
holding' a crying baby Sincerely tend. You'll be so glad you did! styled by Ella Moncur.' '

and a man with another child. Gloria E. GidlngsSTAR CUTLINE
wondered If the movie was .. Payment plan. .. ,
I - - ---
O ") I gagLga
., ) )OOO 4000400ggag
rendering some Sort w bab,j .
sitting service. These people.
.
were there when I arrived at '
7:30: and when I left at about MEAl T MARKET TheatricalBeauty
10:30.: Is it the policy of the
movies to have infants and

little children (even accompanied ? 1520 N.;'?V. 62nd StreetlCOURTEOUS '
by an adult) up all night y SalonELLA


I noticed in your about April Movie 4, :i i J5SSJ..,.,,... :
1964 edition
Thoughts' that you ftho | THE MARKET WITHE SERVICE MONCUK Prop;
be thrilled by the policy
movies so called "first runs" -+- Airs. Grnce Ferrcll Mcltae
which are films that have been Airs. Carolyn V. Latimer

out for years. To quote you"even Mrs. Leans Andrades

the you Flamboyant will Ite Sex x'k(adult Fresh M at.low Prices 2625 N.W. 55th Street NE 5-2821

entertainment)" I hope that
everyone will be 'shocked=that



MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. ;Bus Driver Wins I

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1964

AwardA Franklin' Safety Dade County Young Democratici


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Miami bus driver, who Association '
feels Dade County motorists
lii# IIAbVVt4'The "should lire more conscientiouswhen

driving," has won the ,
Franklin Federal Savings and, ANNUAL
Loan Association, Safety Driv
lag: Award. I l

; James Wilson Jr., of 1612 CALENDAR TEA i
NW 1st Ave. was given the
award after a Franklin Fderal -
traffic spotter observed Wil "

af'u ..............:.:.:.:.;.;,;.;.;.;.;.;.;;,;.;;............\........ ........................... .-.-...... son's conscientious driving of
By ALBERT W. COOKE his private automobile during Sunday, April 19 4 to 6 p.m.
i rush hour.
Thy Father which sooth about the job of seeking out I
In secret will reward thoaojienly the often overlooked bit of Wilson, who has five child Roosevelt Savings and Loan Ass'n
humanity people who do ren three of them teenagerssays
not always qualify or who do "parents should strive 6015 NW 7th Avenue
MUCH TIM12 and numerous" not possess the simple know. to inform their teenage kids of
efforts have Ween expended at how of seeking help from many our traffic laws and be a good j
Guest Speaker DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT
the conference tables, in council of the organized welfare example for them by being
meetings, and in a grand sources. good drivers" Wilson operates
assortment of planning sessions a city bus on Route 28 from I Spiritual Leader, Temple Israel of Greater Miami
in an attempt to arriveat Such a group Is that of a I downtown into Coconut Grove.
small but dynamic ladles club
a remedy for many of the
who call themselves Las
ills of our modern society. It
seems that there is Amlgas (The Friends). Their
a never
ending list of worthy causes civic work Is not publicized,
which must be championed, but as the name implies, the Broward
uncounted good deeds which group attempts to befriend per- b g SAVE THIS COUPONGOOD
need to be done, and a multi- sons whom they deem needy. County
plicity of ways and means: from The help is not solicited. The

which one the must task at choose hand.in Manyof attacking for members unusual keep situations their eyes which open NewsBy : AT ANY TIME FOR ONE

suggests a need for help.
these causes are equal in
I importance and magnitude -The club Is supported by the
when evaluated from the stand. Individual contributions of the FREE SERVICE CALL
point of usefulness to the com members and the several bene Walter Howe I
munity. Most of tho objectives fit affairs that are sponsored

of these and causes are clearly defined annually; their current plans On your TV, radio or stereoAL
numerous dollarsare call for a fashion show on the The
South
Broward Post
No.
spent to inform the public MAKES AND MODELS
27th of April at the Persian 8195 will present its Veterans
of the benefits being de-
rived. Room. I would personally like Dance Saturday night April 18
to invite you to plan to attend at the Dig Bamboo dull on
Now I have no quarrel with this affair or support It by Pembroke Road in Hallandale. 6963581USED
either the motives nor the effectiveness becoming a patron. In this way Music will be furnished by
of those Individuals you can help to reach out and Tyrone Johnson and his Hurri TV $19.95 up ALL WORK GUARANTEED
who give of their talents help some of the numerous canes. All neighboring posts
and time to promote unfortunates who might oth- are Invited. Our regular meet. 90 DAYS
drives or to lend assistance to erwise go unaided. Look for ing will be Sunday evening,
the staging of campaigns designed announcements calling atten- April 19, at 4444 SW 17th St. Rowimc T. V. 2636 NW 62nd St.
to raise funds for wor tion to the Las Amlgas bene- West Hollywood, 5 to 7 p.m.
thy charities. There service is fit affair and put Into action C. B. Blount, commander; Rob ,
a much needed one. the "Cousins Under The Skin"motto bie Brayboy adjutant.
This Is our Father'sWorld
But it is refreshing whenone and It Is our dutyto : I
observes a small group of look out for our Cousin There will be a muss meet-
individuals who go quietlyPeople OK. ing at the park in Carver t

Ranches Sunday evening, April .,
10, at 3 p.m. given by the home ,
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O OQOOOO O"# OJQ
a.
owners association of Carver o
Ranches and Hyde Park. If i
you are interested in your
community please attend this
meeting. Streets, water and
Places sanitation problems. Refresh-

ments free.


The Carver Ranches Volunteer -

x Things ; Fire Department startedIts t .

.-. -, -.,- --- -----. --- ------ $1,500 drive Sunday. April
_... ?'# IO. ? ? 12. We want to thank all of .
those who contributed to the ia"
LIKE ANY OTHER red- in "Lllltes of The Valley." march which netted $101.30.: I.r'r'r'I'
blooded American, we are a We had always admired and This drive is an effort to helpus y I
-worshlpper. loved Sidney as an actor and reach our goal which is to
knew he had the talent that be within GO days when the !
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Babe Ruth was our Idol BO far outshone most of the new truck will be delivered. i1'N
was Lou Gehrig, Jackie Robinson

Hollywood Idols. We never
There will also be tea
a givenat
Joe Louis, Roy Campa- dreamed that such nn honor Ranches
Park
nella and dozens of others In Carver Sun- s y n
would ever come to him.
and out of sports. We admired day, April 26 W. Blatch, pres-
Floyd Pntterson, Rocky Mar- When the TV camera swept ident; C. B. Blount, chief.ALL .,,
clano and others. over the audience Monday, it
picked up Mr. Poitler in the
We don't know If "hero wor- front row and we remarked,
shipper" could be applied to "There's Sidney, ,guess: he came
stars of stage and radio. r-iI
screen to see the show. :
J>ut' name all the great stars of These are the new officer of Central Life Insurance Co.

these media from Rudy Valentino We can control our emotions ) (left to right) Alonzo Gary, Jr., Agency Director, )I....
to Richard Burton and pretty good. But when they
we'd shove them aside for called off the name for the i; Fannie D. Stone, Becretary-Treaaurer; and Edward D. Davis,
no kidding Jimmy Durante. "best actor" we sat openmouthed ; ( President. These three have the major retiponslbllty in lead.

Old "Schnoz" can perk me up in sheer ecstasy, so to y lug the Company to new achievements.
even when our rent Is behind speak, and Jumped up and
end, the light man Is. cutting off down! We had to say to ourselves Today, Central Life has more than $26 million worthof
"
the:,''lectrJcity. # "Now Bert!
life insurance In force. When you purchase insurance -

And now comes another star We share in the Intense hap from Central, your dollar does TRIPLE DUTY
of the celluloid Sidney Pol- piness of Mr. Poitler and his
tier (pronounced Por-tee-a). brother and other relatives (1) It provide your family with protection and
Although Sidney has always here in Miami. Ills is one of security, (2) it furnishes dignified and remunerate
been a favorite actor of ours, the greatest achievements of
having only missed a few of his Negro thespians on record. job opportunity for your children, and ((3) it
films, his achievement on last offers you when needed, ready cash through
Monday nletit heightened our Congratulations, Sid. And we loans with which to )
mortgage save or secure a comfortable
hear were born right herein
you
"hero worship" for him.
home for .
"old Martin Lane" on 10th your family.Put
We are not a movie critic
but we thought Sidney was St.!! your premium dollar to work on three fronts

cast* In a picture where seem- purchasing your insurance needs from .
ingljr, he had to overact. This
was'"Raisin' In'The Sun." Hendrick Berns FRIENDS AND MEMBERS "
Mbst of his pictures, we ImagIne MAY MAKE TilE I R Central Life Insurance

like other Negro actors DONATION TO THE .
had that -black-white" tinge On "Ope>t Mike"Open "
which detracted somewhat from SPIRITUAL TEMPLE OF Company of Florida"THE

his greatness as a leading man. Mike, with host Hen- ZION, Inc.
"Blackboard Jungle", one of drick J. Berns, will discuss At the home of the vice president FRIENDLY COMPANY
his' greatest epics was such a "What Are The IssuesJSS this and treafinrer. She I I. al.o
flick. "The Defiant One" with Individual and Family CoverageUp
Tony Curtis was such a smash Sunday. Guests are Mayor Ro- one of the ordained ministers..

hit that It was up for an bert King High; Rep. Lee W is- Our charter Is registered In to $80,000
Academy Award a couple of senborn; and Robert Haverfield.As Broward and Dad CountiM
years ago.Sidney usual the will L, HUNTER D.D.
program
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Council of Parent-Teacher Association is

against some of the fund collections going on in our high

schools. The association is also against tax money for

such items as band uniforms and instruments, student

hand books and school newspapers.
Last November the School Board asked the PTA

Council to study fund-raising in Thigh schools.. These are
II. E. SIGISMT7ND REEVES Editor and Publisher !
suggestions from the association's committee,. whose
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor is also presi-
chairman was Mra, Joe A. Campbell who
Member of the National Newspapers Publishers Association dlent of the association

SUBSCRIPTION RATES
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTIIS $3.00 FOREIGN $0.00 SKILLS BANK

'Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post Office Commendations go to the Greater Miami Urban
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876
chairman of the League's job
League, Stanton D. Stanon,

Main OWfce at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenne-Phone OX 1-O421 development and employment committee, and Clarence ,
Downtonn- Office: J.112; N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR 5-22M Coleman, regional director of,the League who have been 1JOSEPH d r

working toward interesting Dade County's businessmenin
"CRKPO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"; supporting a nationwide "skills bank."
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the
The idea being to find employment for persons who
world from racial' and national antagonism' when 'it accords to P. CURRY
feel they are working below their capacity.
every man regardless or race, creed or color his human and
legal rights Hating no man, fearing no man-the Negro Press While Negroes are* the target aimed at, it will be DIRECTOR
strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men or* available for others who believe they are working below
hurt an long as anyone is held back. their capacities.. Franklin Federal

The skills banks of the Urban League have been established Savings and Loan*

THE GOVERNOR'S RACE in other cities. It should prove a good thing :for
Association of Miami
Miami.
for elec-
Among other officials and representatives

tion on May 5 will be the election of a governor for the "Thrift comes naturally to
state of Florida. MIGRANTS PAY INCREASEGood me," stated Joseph P. Curry one
This should be rather interesting one, since of Franklin Federal experienced -
race a news for migrant workers this week. They will and capable directors. "You
there are six contestants seeking that high office. now receive the minimum hourly wage of 95 cents anIour. see," he continued "I'm from

Their names should now be well tnown as they } Hitherto they, .have, been 'receiving 70,to 75 cents. 1 Scotch ancestry and from' the
have been appearing in oifr newspapbrs; on radio, tele- The Labor Department's 'ruling 'also stipulates do-' earliest recolle"Ctlon"'of "my

vision, posters, cars and every possible way to attract the, mestic workers employed in the same field as the mi- I I I way childhood of life.thrift was literally a

attention of voters in the county and state.If grants must receive the same pay. "To me, It is the most valuable -\
there. is one thing that pleases Ye Editor in this This ruling of the Department of Labor applies to I of all good habits. I have
election it is ,the fact that at long last Dade County and workers all over the country. learned that with money, I can

Miami in particular has been able to find a candidate who Naturally the increase in wages is displeasing! to I make, ,money with -ready but more funds Important at'

would run for the office, of governor of the State of farmers and fruit growers hand my family Is secure ond,'

Florida* I Florida Fruit and Vegetable Apwifltlon in Orlando we enjoy peace of mind In the
That distinguished citizen is Mayor Robert King and the Florida Citrus Council in Lakeland promise to knowledge! that In times of
attack the emergency I don't have to look
legality of the Labor
Department's ruling.
High.Another for other for help but can depend -
pleasing fact is that there are other candi- upon my own savings
dates in the race from the east coast of Florida. WE DESERVE A BREAK"Free account and other resources.
However, Ye Editor will support Robert King High, u'
me or kill me, but don't ignore me Lookat "At Franklin Federal Savings
not only because he is ai Miamian although that counts me. I exist. and Loan the dollars you save:
much, but because Ye Editor believes he Is well quali- are insured up to $tOby the
fied for ,the position of governor of our state. The above are some of the expressions used by Federal Savings and Loan In-*
Mayor High has had the distinction of serving as Whitney M. Young Jr., executive director of the National suranco Corp., a permanent1,'"
Urban League in of the Federal
Gover-j
addressing executives of 65 publishing agency
:Mayor of Miami four times and Mayor High served satisfactorily -
'houses at; a recent conference on illiteracy., ment. What's more, your funds
dividends at the
earn generous
His experience should add much to his other quali- Mr. Young was pleading to these publishers to include rote of 4(4( % a year paid and'
the history ,of the Negro of America That
fications for the office of in their text compounded quarterly.
governor. book .
timing, for every hundred dollars
Here are some reasons which Mayor High gives "My kids don't know you save at Franklin Federal
anything
about Negro history
why he seeks this office: because you earn $1.30 a year.
they read
history books said
your
Mr. Young
As free and unfettered he would effect
a man eco- The failure of public schools (to teach the history of the "Franklin Federal Savings is
nomies in the state government. chartered the Federal Government
Negro contributes (to the white man's indifference to the by
V He would introduce legislation to create the office of Negro cause. This indifference supervised by the
the
was Negroes'
public advocate who would represent the public at all enemy. greatest Federal Gowrment, regulatedby
the Federal Governmentand
rate hearings regarding taxation or license fees. The Negro has been treated as a community for 300 funds are insured by on

He would keep the legislature in session until it years of deprivation "We must now treat him as a com- agency of the Federal Govern.

produced an equitable apportionment, even if it meant munity Just as we treat Alaskans as a community, or Hungarians ment.
waiting till snow 'falls in Key West. refugees as a community. "Franklin Federal is the only
He would favor constructing four-year, state collegesin "Is this too much to ask? integrated federal savings and
loan
association in the nation..
our major population centers.He J nears of Preferential treatment of Negroes is There may be state chartered
justified to permit .them to overcome the handicaps resulting I Ratings and loan association
would introduce legislation requiring that every from 300 years of maltreatment." i that ana integrated but only

candidate for governor 'file his assets and, those of his "Let's be honest," he said, "The Negro is a citizen; one. *
family as well as his income tax return. who has 'been 'e educationally and economically malnour- Franklin Federal Savings and

Pointing out that one-third of Florida's counties ished. For 'a brief period of time, this person needs spec- Loan Association, enjoys the,
prestige, the and the
have a family ,income of less than$50 a week, Mayor ial guidance. We must provide the special training and strength of a federally power chartered -

High, if elected, would fight for a- state minimum wageof special bes education not the weakest'teachers.. but the I savings instutlon.
hour for all in Florida. '
$1.25 per employees
"Now is the time
to
We 'openan
The platform is interesting, read it, listen to him, are not asking for anything than the same 300 insured savings account at
of
and as Al Smith used to say "Examine the,'record." years preferential treatment the white man has en- Franklin Federal. Funds received -
joyed. Give us 10 years. If two people by Thc 20th of April
There are more :than 429,150 registered; voters in qualIfied, hire the Negro. wanting a job are earn from the first. It onij
Dade County. Of these 37,822 are Negro Democrats and Whether Mr. Young has takes a few minutes to open an
3,812 Negro Republicans. The recent registration drive enough for some action Impressed these publishers account and a friendly Franklh
increased the Negro vote by 2,823.It has stated facts that remains tOO be seen. However, he Federal Savings teller will giv?
is.the duty, of each registered voter'to cast his bal- nioed. are well known and cannot be de- you all the help you need l'
lot for the'candidate! of his choice.' : It is'this scribe's hope I drop In soon we'd like do-f if
,that the vast1 majority of Dade Counians and voters over Let us hope that one or more of the 65 will be interested business with you. r
enough to include
the state, will vote for' Robert King':High. books. some Negro history in their text- "Franklin Federal Saving

At ,the State Baptist Convention in Ft; Lauderdalelast .-..: and Loan Association is located -

week,' Mr.. High addresed that body, received thun- at the corner of NW 10th St.

derous applause and was endorsed 'by ,the convention.? May at TwilightMorman Rouse; Natalie Smith, dau*h. and 3rd Ave."
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
WANTS PRAYER IN SCHOOLSSenator Jr., son of Mr and Smith, Gregory Redman, son L __
Joseph Mormon; Nora Jean of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Red

George Smathers who with Senator Spes- Mrs.Williams Carl, daughter Williams.of Mr. and end mon;Mrs.Karl Woodrow Franklin, son of Mr Owner Must Sell!
sard Holland of Florida are known enemies of the' Civil Franklin.
,
Rights Bill, comes up with the introduction of an amend- Arnoll Church son of Mrs. :
ment (to legalize prayers in public schools and protectthe Elizabeth E. Telley; Debra 3-bedroom beauty
Holland Are ,
daughter of Mrs. Lena you being
payment of chaplains with federal funds. Holland; Regina Brown daugh. ',
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Says the Senator: "The possibility ,that God may be ter of Mrs. Frances Davis; Relocated? Below FHA Value
litigated out of an important phase of American life is Ronald Fluker, son of Mr. and If so, here is an opportunity .
a strong one" Mrs. Robert Fluker and Gary for you. 3-hedroom home. 3 .

His amendment would also legalize the rendition of Jlmmlte Dixon, son Dixon.of Mr. and Mrs. !lots separate beautifully garage landscaped, $350 Total down

any anthem, hymn or religious musical composition, any and shopping area.near. schools "I ,

reference to belief In or reliance upon ,God, or a Supreme Bearers The contestants are: Michelle for Gray Crown, See It at See 535 NW 52nd St..

Being,. in or upon any coin or currency. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell 1899 NW 41st St.
While upon the Civil Rights.Bill the Senators and Ye Gray; Evelyn Vaughns,
Editor wider than the daughter, of Mr. end Mrs. Nathaniel Open Sunday from Owner WI 5.988e
are apart ocean.... on.. this amendmentWe 2 to 6 pjn.
tift"In ; *. '. -* .. Vaughns; Gena Rouse,
cttuld agreement. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Phone NE 5-6474
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t EVERYONE PRESENT atthe nan who were married April w "WYNNE HOMES"The i

13th birthday party of Di- 13. Congratulations!
;Ann D. Bowen on, Saturday
:alight had a'most enjoyable CLARENCE :EDWARDS of recognized!' leader in new home j ,
iime. There were hot dogs, potato the Richmond Heights Drug
salad, ioe cream, cake, Store has received the endorse* Our volume mean value for I
sodas and lots of music and ment of local Organized LaborIn you

dancing. Those present were his bid for Constable in the : OPEN HQUSE SUNDAY
Andresa Davis, Marilyn and South Dade District. Edwardsis
Sharon Dyes, Vava Lane, How- the only Negro in the race. /
Eleanor Fason, DIAnne and 1111S iS .National Library L/tI; Free Refreshments '
ard and Rdohard Bolden, Glen. Week (April 12-18)) the themeof r
da Peterson, Karen and Albert which is "Reading is The
Edwards Jr., Garth Reeves Jr., Key" to Opportunity, Understanding aL.: Office: 4140 NW 12th Ave.
Marva Bethel, Evelyn and and to New
Roger Allen, Cheryl Robinson, Worlds." WEDDING Model Home: L
Angela Willis, James Lucas,
.My favorite librarian recommends Mr and Mrs Willie B. Taylor
James Ward, Darshon Clayton,
Thomas Cooper II, and Berna- the following current announce the marriage of their
dette Harris. DIAnne is the oooics for an evening's enJoy- daughter, Mae Rene, to the 867 N.W. 73 STREETOpen
I daughter of Mrs. June R. ment: Bishop Jim, A Day in Rev. Lawrence Christian Jr.''
Humphrey and Lorenzo D. The Lite of i'reswent' Kennedy The wedding ceremony will be
Bowen. va reporter's on me spot account held Saturday, April 25, at 7:30: 2-6
ot an average' day 1n theme ,>.m., at Bethel Apostolic Tern- Sunday p.m.
TIlE ORANGE BLOSSOM of our lute resident: JFK); >le, 2310 N.W. 58th St.
Classic has been scheduled for I Luihull, Allten) J. Let My Miss Taylor is a 1063 grad JE 1-6902 UN 5.3120.634346COOKIES
Saturday, Dec. 5 this year. People Go (self-portrait of a uate of North Dade High
Most fans are happy because .u-uiu inau, winner of tne 1U61iNouel ; School. The Rev. Christian has
last year's game on the 14th .t' ace i'me as well us avery been an evangelist since the agef
was too close to Christmas Clear description: : ot t h eooui.ii
) 12l and Is the son of Mr.
and the classic weekend expenses African political and eco and Mrs. Lawrence ChristianSr.
cut into their Christ- auinic measures: : against tne
., of Brooklyn, N.Y.
mas shopping, money \egro population.), Jonant, ''The couple plan' to. make PLACE
James B. Slums and, '
*' t>u- 'Miami.
their i home in
GUT WELL WISHES to ourbs (a frank look at t1 G
Thomas "Slim" Bannister whois city puolic schools, revealing
recovering at home after omnaie in ,the /slums: and t>tutus '

surgery THE DADE at Jackson COUNTY Hospital.United action.8A.MAM11A.iurburbs seeking; u an sincere: tuition plea in the tOI'I I I 742 N.W. 62nd StreetPRESENTS

Negro College Fund Committee -

met Wednesday at Roosevelt EDWARDS is '
.
Savings and Loan. Coordi- also In line tor our congratulations -
nator James Huger has called bamantha was crowned ,
the next meeting for April 30. Aipnu Kappa Alpna borority:
A big kickoff program is beIng -. ing at the Alpha's Spring NATURE BOYAND
planned at Northwestern Dance c
during May.SAMUEL.
THIS EVENING members of THE
MONCUR is home Alpha Kappu Alpha Sororityanu
for the summer from his law their guests: will be dancing IIr "
studies at FAMU. And Albert at Boyfront Park Auditor t''" + SharecroppersTHURSDAY
CooKe is all smiles because his ium.
wife, Margie, graduates tomor- r -:#
GET \\'J I WISHES also to ...... .
row.Mr.. and Mrs. RALPH SY- Thelma Wilson in Cedars of +w FRIDAY AND SATURDAYJAM
MONETTE' Jr. are the proud Lebanon Hospital. Bertha

parents of a baby. girl. Congratulations Sharpe Jackson: Clementineiianming ttrY., SESSSION
und Hazel Williams j
AFTERNOON
i'roy woo are convalescing at r SUNDAY
Mrs. MOSS SWEENEY t'neir home; and to Leo n .
(Etnelda) entertained a group Hearse in Community Hos
,ot friends with a bridge lun- pital. Itov.' J. E. Brown, pastor of
cheon on Saturday, April 11. Mt. Pilgrim Baptist Church, LADIES ONLY
Prizes were most unique. First IOTA PHI LAMBDA: Sorority Albany, Go. will be the guest
prize,' a Flamingo center piece, Inc., in observance of speaker at First Baptist Churchof Monday thru Friday
made of flowers; second a centerpiece National Business Week, is Brownsville, neve W. M. ,
of black grapes with nonoring the "Woman, Man Dnvln, pastor, on Sunday 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M.
green leaves, and for the and Student of the Year" that morning at 11 o'clock. Rev. DRAFT BEER 10 cent
booby, an attractive butterflyfor djiey have selected: as bel n g Brown was the former pastorof !
WINE COOLER 25 cent
garden or planter. Ethelda's outstanding New Hope Baptist Church -

guests were Madames Marie SKCKUTAR1KS WEEK Is h rN''. I I

brown, Mae Higgs, Hazel April 1U-25 and those noted
Wright, Sue Francis, Elmer
ladies of the business will
appreciate
Knowles Linnie County Meet iiis Easier holidays ..
Kent, Mary you letting them know ...
Fonnln, Betty Alfred, Beatrice were spent in Jerusalem
Moore, Estelie Johnson, Ann toot you care. with a classmate.

Packard, Blanche Dean, Lugusta GREATER. MIAMI: Chapterof CONGRATULATIONS to The
Colston, Ozell Dunn, Eve Links, Inc., laid out the red Milton "Butterball" Smith of
lyn Smith and Maude Reid. carpet on Sunday evening and WMBM who finished 12th in a

JE8CA (James E. Scott Com- entertained their hu&oands nationwide poll for the out-
I Connecting Links at a social
(
munity Association) has released standing disc jockey Royal
Hour and supper Lugusta Col- the
Crown products sponsored
a new brochure that's a BOWERY
ston is president.
beaut. Besides being very attractive I contest.
it tells of the wonderful CLASSROOM TEACHERS Miss Asenath O. Rolle and
work being done by t his Association at 13roward Countyin Henry M. Lane were marriedon

agency. celebration of Teaching Monday evening, April 6,
TILE COUSIN FOR BISHOP Career Month, honored the Rev. L. A. Thompson ,officiat 1749 N. MIAMI .AVE
most outstanding teacher from took placeat
Bethel Church ing. The ceremony
Club of Greater
each of their schools at ban-
the 'home of Mrs. M. John
Invites to attend the presentation Presents Nitely
you on Saturday evening.. Nice :
of the Debutante- quet son, 1531 N. W. 1st Court. In
gesture we think. Dynamic Mrs. Catherine
attendance were
Master Tea for Christian Youth ....!rs. Daye is president of this
Lane, Mr. Wlllio Lewis
'on Sunday, April 19 at 4 p.m.
Mrs. Fannie Jernlgan is presi- group. Mrs. Albertha Rolle. ALAN ROCKFLORIDA'S
dent and Mrs. Cherrye Mills RACHEL CULMUR: WILLIAMS Lane and the bride's mother.

Boyer, directress. entertained friends and ,
DOBBS relatives at her Tenth Avenue Attention NO. 1 JAZZ PERSONALITY
GUSSIE
DAVID and home on last Saturday to celebrate

spent. spent last the weekend weekend in Tampa.Mr. relax-. her natal day. Home Owners Broadcasting Live, Radio Station WMBM-FM & AM

ing while Mrs. attended a spec- ONLY FIVE DAYS to go before For quality buildmf ALSO -
ial education conference. the New York World's Fair Direct from the Playboy Club
addition and remodelingPL
begins at the Singer Bowl
AFTER READING "Dutch a brief with an address by President 4-0655 Bill Ladley Jazz Trio
account of the play
Johnson. Between then and the
man" written by our new NO DOWN PAYMENT
closing of the first year of the
"Bundle of Talent" LeRoi Fair on Oct. 18 millions of From $5 per week THIS FRIDAY NIGHT
Jones, would love to see a group Americans will attend. Will '
here put on this one-act dra- you be one?? FHA OR BANK TERMSFla. Help us Celebrate l'
If it would
ma that seems as '
be wonderful theater. FOR THE COMING week Room -, Kitchen CHESTER JAMES J'

'. birthday celebrations will be in Bedrooms Bathroom SWINGING BIRTHDAY PARTY ....
GAVE A REAL THRILL for order for Mattle L. Crallt, Pau- Carport. Gara..*
:.1 our home boy Sidney Portier'to la Hears, Carry L. Perkins, Awning Fence
win the "Oscar" for b est Helen S. Stubbs, Alice Pittman, OPENING NITE
actor In the film "Llllie of The Nelson Jr.
I. K. Johnson Wllle News Realty Inc.
Field." Remember when Hattie and Wellington Johnson. l- I

McDanlela won for her Moses Perry Jr., received a (BUILDERS DIVISION) ,
supporting role In "Gone With bronze medal from the PresIdent ALL DRINKS 50*
The Wind of International College In 4740 NW 7th Ave.

'J CUPID'8 ARROW struck Beirut, Lebanon for winning INn
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LEFSTALKPOLITICS I

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By NORMAN E. JONES

Historical Bnckgound of tho Negro in Politics the Church BUY A HOME TODA Y

and Fraternal Organizations M M .Ir q., t..l .r-/f

".. ""'" Almost 20 million Americans! ATTENTION VETERANS I

Chapter Fourteen the causes which will eventually :more than one or" CVI'Yt:1L social I If you have 111 good job bring in your discharge\ ,
;; endanger their capital are receiving monthly
Only one candidate for elec- Investments. The economic security benefit checks. Mostof paper. No money down.
tive office In this current campaign power structure has the mostto these millions of men, women
has brought into the open lose or (gain and rightly so. and children receive a
the Teal Important Issue for they are the only force strong larger measure of their support Homes to buy and rent in all section See us
Florida. And that Issue is enough to either save them- from their social. security 1-1762 NW 42nd Street. CBS home. $300 down
strictly Economic. Can Florida
checks.
selves or accept the responsI-
maintain Its past, present and bility for their own ruin. No, down payment for a veteran.
predicted rat e of economic For It Is the economic power Each mionth, hundreds of 2-1064 NW Gist Street $250 down, $20 week
growth? Any other Issue of structure which deleminesthe social security checks are delayed 3-bedroom home, near bus line and shopping ,
l and hundreds of
people
Importance should that
answer political climate, racial or
3-1480 NW 55th Street
$350 down. clean
pertinent question, If they do otherwise. suffer unnecessary worry and Large,
not then they are made up of Inconvenience because they Home, wood floors, screened porch, fence.
the usual clap trap of politicians In a capitalistic democracysuch moved and failed to report the 4-2010 NW 53rd Street. $300 down, $65 month
to lull the reason of the as ours, with very few exceptions change of address. The Social '
3-bedroom home
Security Administration does CBS veterans, no down pay.
voters 'and substitute appeals politicians react according -
to old outworn, outdated emo- to either direct orders. everything It can to get the ment.
tional attitudes. from the economic power struc- checks to the people due them 5-1457 NW 50th Street $600 down. CBS home,
ture or "what they feel Is their regularly and promptly, but to rent with ,option to buy
Only Bralley Odham, candi- thinking. do so It must have every bene
date for senatorial seat held by ficiary's correct address at all 6-1817 NW 47th Terrace $500 down. 3-bedroom
the aging Spessard Holland, Commercial Interests local times Keeping the Social Security CBS home. Large rooms.
remnant of a bygone era whoIs county and state agenciespourmillions { Administration Informed 7-1475 NW 37th Street $450 down 3-bedroom
so ttusy trying: to catch up and millions of dollars of his correct address Is the ,
with the past, that he has no annually into the media grist responsibility of each beneficiary 2 bath CBS beauty.
time or Inclination to plan for mills to attract to Florida industry 8-7690 NW 15th Ave. Brand new 3-bedroom home
the future of Florida, speaks tourists and Investorsand
with sense and logic for the to market the citrus and Every social security benefi- Hardwood floors.
best Interests of every citizen farm products and at the same ciary who has changed his address -
who lives In Florida Is planning time foster and encourage a or plans to move should
to live or visit to the racial climate which breeds report a change of address to RENTAL SPECIALS
state who has money InvestedIn such racial Incidents which the Social Security Administration A-1228 NW 42nd St. bedroom' house $18 wk.
Florida or plans to Invest these Identical media feeds to early In the month.A B-1530 N WSlst Terr. 1-bedroom aut. furn.
money In Florida. the nation and to the world change of address can be
$15 week
free, which serves to neutral
reported by completing and
The total Florida economy Is ize the mlllons spent for paid mailing a simple post card C=; 3121 NW 67th St. 2-bedroom house $20 wk.

directly Northern dependent and Eastern on mostly people advertising.' and publicity. form available to the social security D-1779 NW 44th St. Large house, $20 week

and markets. Tourism and the It Is common knowledge that district office Report E-1180 NW 67th St. 2-bedroom house, $20 wk.
marketing of citrus and vege Negro protest organizationsare forms are given to each appli-
when he files his claim'
markets the cant for
to
tables In the major planning' picket
account for the great bulk of Florida Exposition at the New social security benefits. An additional We are Open Saturday and Sunday
capital Investment income for York World's Fair, thereby supply of report forms
Florida. The greatest as. et neutralizing the millions of and help 'In completing' ; these
Florida possesses Is the climate dollars spent by both the government forms may be had at any district Ford Inc.
which nurtures the citrus of )Florida on all office. Realty
industry the winter vegetable levels and by private industry.It I ,
crop Canagave the tourist Industry. I If. you are a social security
God Florida the natural h no Ferret that plans are
who has
beneficiary moved or
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of such favorable In the formative stage for Ne-
advantage a organizations to plan to move, you can avoid
climate which gro protest
man developed .
Into a multi-billion dollar picket the chain supermarketsin the delay, or possible loss, of ..
economy. But there Is another the major cities In the east your checks Uy reporting your
climate of man's making which and north, which are prime change of address promptly to L
threatens to destroy the natural markets for Florida citrus and the Social Security/ AdminIs-
advantage of God's climate farln products to remove from Your silent salesman-A classified ad!
tration and to your local post
to the end of stunting retard- these food outlets citrus and .
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ing and eventually killing the farm products from Florida office. ;;;' ---
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and It is no secret that
those corporations
heavily persons investing in tourist accommOdations gro protest financed' organizations white are For The Finest Apartment at Moderate Rates Call
citrus productsand largely Uy
and that these pickets
into people
farm products to go
will include a large number of
bankruptcy. I white .people, so the reaction to
We are of course referring to I Florida products and tourism a tAlc
the racial climate will not only be by Negroes BONDED a
but an evergrowing segmentof '
It is Ironic but nevertheless the white population.
a fact that the future of Flor-
ida's growth and the future of It Is no secret that when
Florida's economy Is directly politicians take 'a calculatedrisk RENTAL
dependent on the state's racial of causing the death of
image. To anyone who reads both Negro and white citizensto
the daily papers or listen to set a racial climate to 'put
newscasts on radio and tele- the Negro in his place' in order -
vision, this fact should be to 'get elected to office that AGENCY INC.
clearly evident. The signs ore such practices are inimical to ,
everywhere and no wishful the economic Interests in
thinking can make them go Florida can set the tone of
climate which will
racial con-
away. tribute to the growth and development The largest ,collection and rental
The only mystery Is why of the state or see
investors, Industrialists, the their billions of dollars invested -
tourist Industry and citrus dwindle to a proportion to 4 / agency in the South; operating in
and farm products industrynot a point where the bust of the .
only ignore these signs but Florida boom of the '20's will Dade a n d Broward Counties'
are actually helping to foment seem like prosperous' times.


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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1964 WANTED! Men, Women, all ages Movie "Thoughts"By

Also Veterans
FRANCES HENDERSON
Free placement, full' or part time, steady
PHIL OSSOFER

In the past 2 weeks movie

SAYS: JOBS OPEN goers have been' crowd.

ing the Captital, Center'
Ritz and Ace Theatres taking

PHIL OSSOFER.... ........ Grocery Checkers, Cashiers, Stockmen I advantage of the low-
As I have mentioned before,
I believe that the stumblingblock Packers Clerks SupervisorsGUARANTEED I price policy. More than 40
,
to Christian unity Is composed Negroes are employed., in
of the man-made rituals the four theatres listed
pml cloemas which permeatethe N 3 above.
various denominations.
Paradoxically, these rituals On the Job Government Approved Training ess

and doejnas, which appear on Qualifies you in ten days ready for work in Miami, Let's keep this employ-

basically the surface, outward to different symbols, are of< Hialeah, Perrine, Coconut Grove, Hallandale. ment in our area going by

the same Inward truths, did we Homestead, Hollywood, Opa-Iocka attending a good movie at
but know. Thus we are sepa- the Ritz, Center, Capital
rated by our emphasis on the DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES EZ TERMS ,I and Ace Theatres a couple

the human outward doctrines manifestations In religion of; Apply immediately in person or phone of ,times a week,

the underlying truths whichare *
PLaza 7.8448
the same to all. b'! The Ritz ,line up for the

We draw the same conclu- Woman's Day At week: Friday and Saturday

sions with man himself judging Market Inst. "Six Black Horses' in color
Mt. MoriahMrs. Training
each other which by outward appearances and "The Delicate De
vary greatly Naomi W. Symonnette '
when should be linquent starting Sunday
we acceptingeach will be the morning speakerat GOVERNMENT AND INDUSTRY APPROVED
for
other by recognizing thatinward three'
days."King of
the 11 o'clock service at Mt.
all Image created.of God In whichwe Moriah Baptist Church 6700 Members of U. S. and Miami Chamber of Commerce Kings" and "Walk Tall,"
are
NW 14th.Ave on.April 27. Wednesday and Thursday,
The road to religious unity Mrs. Synionette is directress "Battle at Bloody Beach"plus
Is pointed out by LeComte Du of Greater Bethel AME choirs NW 7th Ave. at 78th St.1VAnNINQ "Paratroop
Command"
Nouy In his book, "Human and trustee of the church. She .
Destiny." He says !"'Thounit.y; Is an instructor at Bethune Elementary *
of religions mutt ba: ;sought 1 in I. S;hoo!. The public Is Friday and Saturday '1
-'Don't ,
that which Is human In the' be fooled. In Miami you have only
I'
urged to near this dynamic April 24-25, "Merrills Ma-
doctrines. speaker. ONE Cashiering School Approved by Govt. and Chamber I
k rauders" starring Jeff
There are many people, believing of Commerce. Market Training at NW 7th Ave. and 78th St. Chandler
In Jesus' prophecy thaiwe Ty Hardin, action

would. _be _as one fold. and I Democrats Calendar I story of American Gl
one snepneru wno are uisiuro- fighting in the Pacificareas
ed by the outward differences I Tea SundayOver
in the denominations. Unfor- plus Randolph Scott
tunately others seem to accept in "Ridle The High Coun-
the rituals and dogmas as the 1,500 persons have been "
try.
LIB CITY
Invited to attend the
true religion, falling to put 11th Annual
into action the basic truths Calendar Tea of the Dade *
which they symbolize. County Young Democratic Association Friday and Saturday 'at
to be ,held' at the the Capital
Emerson spoke of these sayIng Roosevelt Savings & Loan Association DRIVE- THEATRE22nd Pants" see "Fancy
"And how men can toll 6015 N.W. 7th Ave, starring.Bob Hope
and scratch so hard for thingsso on Sunday, April 19, ((4-6 P.M.) Ave. and Palm Drive-in Theatres and Lucille Ball. For the
dry, lifeless unsightly, as I first showing
these famous dogmas, when Dr. Joseph R. Narot Ral/bi "Day of
the divine beauty of the truthsto of Temple .Israel .of Greater COMPLETELY INTEGRATEDOX Thrills and Laughter" star-
which they are related lies Miami will, be the featured I 1-7959, 22nd Ave. and,.69th !t. ring comedy greats of yesterday .
behind them; how they can speaker: of the afternoon which' Fatty Arbuckle
make' such a fuss about the will be highlighted by a series*' HELD OVERrW4IJ"4 Ben
case, and never open it to see of musical presentations trjr Turpfn Chas.. Chaplin,
the jewel, is strange pltlfuL" Booker T. Washington High Snub Pollard, Laurel and

We In which School. Hardy, The Keystone
are an age man
is becoming aware of his similarities Traditionally, major political Kopps and many many
struggling for the candidates attend this annual more
equality to which each is en- function and, according to .1 *
titled. By submerging the human Board Chairman Dr. Elmer
doctrines and stressingthe Ward, all six Democratic Gu I Plus "Wistful Widow of
, divine in religion, the religious bernatorial Candidates as wellas Wagon Gap" starring the
will
I leaders foster that
a host of other candidates
unity promised us nearly 2,000 for Dade County and State comedy greats Abbott and
years ago' by the beloved office have been invited. Costello. Three big features
Jesus. 'STRNT.aJ' w
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An Expression Buy direct from Capital Sunday through
t AX MURDERS! .t' Tuesday "El Cid" in color.

'Of Thanks owner and a magnificent film ofa
( World War hero filmed

I Mrs. Vera E. Smith takes See 4425 NW 8th Av. O MNPt t3nat in the land where he lived,
this method to thank her loved and fought. A cast

co-workers many neighbors for the friends beautiful and bedrooms, 2 baths of 1000, plus "Shoot Out at

cards, telegrams, flowers, donations Big Gap."
visits, and other acts Corner air'( cond., stove .
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of kindness and remembrances ,
t ks
ds Wednesday
and Thurs-
during her recent confinementto refrigerator
Jackson Hospital. day "Fastest Gun Alive."
\ in color, plus
Words can never say or printto No, waiting move right in ler" Four mystery thril-
reveal' ithe sincere gratitudeI For The Money"
have for eadh of you. .
Special thanks to the follow $850 down, payment April .'.
24 ,
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Fr. Theodore Jones vicar of : tiest
I man "Hercules In
I Incarnation.; Rev Slmms; New :; ,
Hope Baptist; Fr. Elisha Clark '-" '--" auadsdor color, plus "The T h r e'i)e
Jr. and family, Transfiguration : dyrltuwd9tEtwtiwamE aouciloM Stooges Meet Hercules."
; Eastern Stars, Love and At the Ace Saturday and
Charity'', Antlers Temple, Matron's --- PLUS Sunday
/ Council, Deborah/ Circle, "Spread Eagle"In '
Housekeeping Department of FOI'IEIT'' technicolor, plus "Rage
Jackson Memorial HospitalMrs. 0 0 \ of The Buccaneers.'

Mary Hudson (Jackson With option ,to buy o I *

Hospital. the Nurses; ,Aides, 3270 NW 62nd St.,, G LU. At the Center now show I I
Nurses, and doctors), the faculty ing until April, 21 "Sparta-
'' of Dorsey Jr. High School, Large 3-bedroom CBS _O cus" in color, plus "Ole I

:Mrs. Ruth Walkes, manager of homeLaDdSCDped Rex. ,

Dorsey cafeteria, the cafeteria front and 5.5 a
I, staff, Mrs. Agnes Stuart and back compete fenced In, Starting

daughter, Harolean, Mr. andMrs. tile bath awnings, oak You'll fall In glub at first sight when first Miami Wednesday showing 'Gladi-: the
floors, laundry room, large
Charles. Wyche and
daughter, Mrs. Blanche Dean storage shed artificial you see Thl InCPtdlblft Hp.LHBlit ators Harrison Seven" starring Richards -

and daughters, Mrs. Louise fire place picture win plus the
From Warner Bros.' i! "Golden Arrow" in color.
dow. for
Open inspection.
Bradley, president of Episco- ii i Don't miss
pal Churohwomen at Incarna- Freshly painted taking y o ur
family to the theatre this
tion, and W. 0. Perry and fam- Call HI 8-1119 week. The
Capatal Center
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Sly. 'Many, many thanks and
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Is getting closer for the Square [ .... 24 I SATURDAY, APRIL 18,, 1964 PAGE I
Circle Sportsmen Club annual ,
Moonlight Boat Ride on April cation As a part of our Voter's edu munity problem, and hear from
23. Please purchase your picket Democratic series The All People's them how they plan to, solve
early as they are going fast. all candidates Club will present them /> v. -

Call FR *.any-J93&nwd club membec.Qr OX. 42..Ftre, phone problems that Interested confront In the the By special arrangements with }
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WORLD FAIR,Colored or. Jehovah In Liberty City and Browns.yule speeches from the historic non
Witness. $10 ,. 182nd in Coconut Grove violent March on Tallahassee
Kitchen privilegeschUd'per person as well as New Library. City March 27. No member of the 1
15c fare. 1368 Prospect Ave.OK., down to Florida City. community should miss this ....
feature. You will also
Bronx 501. NY. .,"". .,...: We call upon you and upon hear great Dr. Martin Luther King, .., SPECIAL 1
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MT. CALVARY CHURCHRev I a momentous occasion. i, FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST
TIMES MIAMI FLA. Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor

S. Atchison, pastor The No. 4 usher board is I Ruby Lee Carr, reporter
PAGE 10 SATURDAY APRIL 18, 1964 Constance Carter reporter I.sponsoring a Spring Review on Sunday 7:30: a.m. at Virginia
the third Sunday !in April ink Beach we will have baptismal
choir's anniversary
The No. 2 -
,,
.U' The
th*.. new rally
UV1JU11 v/i "- service with nine candidates
was n tremendous Solomon success. review will be at the home of ready to take on the Lord bj
Rev.
last Sunday ,
On ,
Ebenezer Raises OverX5,000 1091 NW Gist
Doles
the anniversary message: Deacon baptism. Our pastor is expected
eave
Singing In a Strange Place." Street. Everyone Is cordially to deliver both morning and

I The choir would like to t a k e Invited to this. evening sermons.

> in RallyThe this opportunity to thank each Barbecue will be sold every The youth department will

and everyone who helped to Saturday at the c&urch in be- prepare dinners Sunday and

fifth annual Calendar make its 21th anniversary I _. they ask that you help by
nail women's uy
I"
I Rally terminated Monday Yilght i ,IXJUJtaXMMauGfXXaMJUUS&ttJUM. .. ..\ .. .. ,jfl1'.1T.1T. .Jr.lT.lrJIJrJU getting a dinner from them.
April 13. The total amount reported i We extend our get well

$5,545.58. The (month of wishes to Bro. Nelson Harris,

September, the outstanding Pt Inu Jn (tIl1urr uu nJ! president of choir No. 2 In his
month reported, $502.50, with accident at work resulting In a
15 members paying $25 each broken arm and to all our sick
March and July were the sec- I.rl.rlrl.C'l.r.l.r.l.t".It1CSALTER'S !
[!"XC'1.C"l.rl.rl.rl.rl.rIrI.C'Irl.rlrl.rl.rl{ members and complete shut-
ond highest, with ten mem- ins. Our deepest sympathy to
bers paying $25. At the con- ANTIOCH BAPTIST I CHAPELRev. Rev. and Sis. Stanley Johnsonin
clusion of the reports the entire the loss of their son-in-law
,
H. J. Benson, pastor
membership expressed 2709 NW 4Gth Street Hudson Woods.
much enthusiasm.The Rev. J. W. Stephenson, pastor Flossie Marshall reporter
Sunday we were so happy to Visitors are always welcomeat
pastor, officers and mem- M. T. Copeland, reporterYou have a very distinguished visitor our service. Be thou faithful
bers are very happy over the are always welcome to with us. He was the Rev. unto death and I will give theea
success of the rally. worship with us at Antioch Pxt, tW > Rhodes, pastor of the New crown of life.
Brownsville Services 11 a.m. .1 Testament Baptist Church of
The 11th annual Lay Retreatwas and 7 p.m. Jacksonville. And the father of .

held at BethuneCookmanCollege Mrs. Minnie Brewton, a member -
April 11 There were The Antioch family are now ) of Salter's Chapel. He ST. PAUL CHURCH
eight In attendance from celebrating our pastor's fourth brought to us a wonderful message -
Ebenezer. The group expressed anniversary. We are Inviting for the morning. At 3 pjn. Rev. T. C. Kelly Jr., pastor
having had an inspiring meet- our many friends to help us the juniors had a wonderful Mrs. Lea Cray, reporter
Ing. Dr Richard V. Moore, celebrate his anniversary program. You missed a treatif Sunday service was highly

president, is the conference lay were not there. spiritual throughout the day,
Sunday, April 12 at 3 you
p.m. our Presiding Elder Robinson
leader. James E. Martin is the Rev. J. B. Woodley and his April 26 that very importantday
delivered the morning mes-
charge lay leader of Ebenezer. Men's Day. Won't you
congregation from Freewill that Bro. !sage.! The No. 2 choir rendered
with
be day.
us on
The Janette Evans circle is Baptist Church Friday night, Rankin chairman.The service. Our pastor
April 17, 8 p.m. Rev. O. W. delivered
in charge of class meeting Eastern Star, Chapter the evening message.
Foster Antioch Liberty
Baptist, -
Tuesday night.
City; Thursday, April 23, 8 I. 128, under direction of Mrs. The men of St. Paul will observe
You are invited to attend a pjm. Rev. W. F. Tanner, from 3 J 5 Viola Hill also was our most their annual' Men's Day

Spring Tea and Fashion Revue St. Mary's; Friday, April 24, 8 honored (guest In the morning program Sunday, April 26. The
sponsored by the Wesleyan p.m., Rev. W M. Davis, First service .in behalf of Men's Day. morning speaker will be Rev.
Service Guild of the church. Baptist, 'F Brownsville; Sunday, MRS. GEORGIA NELSON Mrs. Cleo Rankin is improving W. F.' Tanner of St. Mary's

Sunday, April 19 at 4 o'clock.A April 26, 3 p.m., Rev. S. Acthi- Go To Church Chairman from her, Illness.'md Let shut-ins.us still Baptist Church, if you miss
for the sick
splendid program is plannedfor son, Mt. Calvary. pray hearing him you will miss a
your pleasure and beauti- holy ghost message becausehe
ful fashions of what today's The annual tea for the pastor Go To Church Day MT. HERMAN CHURCHRev. carries the Holy Ghost with

ladies are wearing.We will be "given at ,the home of I At Mt. Zion"GotoChurch" him every where he goes.
S. L. Gay, pastor
Deacon and Mrs. J. H. Cope- George Smith chairman; Henry
are to worship in an kind Sunday, April 19, 4 to 6 : Day will be : Sunday afternoon promisesto Wade, cochairman.Acknowledgement{ .
after- service, Sunday night i p.m.. 2939 NW 48th Terr. I
observed at the Mt. Zion Bap- be a big: one for the friends
April 19 at the Mt. Pleasant of the
tist Church on Sunday, April and members of Mount Her-
Methodist Church. The Brownsville visitor committee
.! Opa-locka. United 19. The high service will be at This is the day of the hospitality ,
mon.
The Rev W. H. Mack, pastor. Choir Union will be held at the Miss S. Kelly.
the 11 hour. The theme is for choir
a.m. : celebration num-
Choir No. 1 and Usher Board church Sunday at 3 p.m. 'Everyone big Don't forget the sick and
"Where God Meets His Saints. ber 2. It Is hoped that all
No. 2 will serve. Is invited. Sis. O. Williams, shut-in.
The observance is centered friends and groups that were

The sick, and oVmtrici at1 president. around famllv grouping.. The' invited will' please be In at-

Sisters Florida Butler, 152 NW Saturday dinners on sale at I family having the largest attendance tendance.: A fine program has ST. JAMES AME CHURCHRev.
8th St.; Geraldine Bell, 1342 the church, phone 635-8329. will be honored. been planned for you.
NW 39th St.; Victoria Higgs, J. B. Blacknell, pastor
935 NW 52nd St.; Minnie Roller- Friday and Saturday nights, This is the 11 year that the Next Sunday ends our Spring Bert Cooper, reporter
son, 3035 NW 59th St. Let us barbecue for sale. Thanks in church has observed this em- Auto Rally. This Is an effort The Gospel Chorus is cele-
not forget the sick and shut- advance for your support spi- sis. "We must do all in our that the pastor is anxious to brating its 16th anniversarythis
ins. ritually and financially. Re- power to offset the creeping see that it ends successfully. week with various pastorsand
member the sick and shutinin Godlessness] of Communism if Remember that each memberIs their congregations each

ANTIOCH CHURCHRev. your ,prayer, also the bereaved freedom of worship is to be our asked to please pay your night with services beginningat
families. heritage," said Mrs. Georgia class leader the sum of $10. 7:30.:
O. W Foster, pastor Nelson, president Ward No. 2
Bro. Casey Graham reporter sponsor of the program. Spec- Tuesday night, we are hap- Sunday April 19 at 3:30: p.m.a .
Thursday night the No. 2 ial music will be rendered by pv to announce that Rev. musical extravaganza with
choir will begin Its anniversary RIDGEWAY CHURCH choir No. 1. Champion of Ward Chapel, Hal- various choirs and other singIng -
with a musical program.It landale will render n serviceat groups will close out this
will terminate Sunday afternoon OF GOD OF PROPHECY The public Is not only cor- our church. Please come out anniversary. The public Is Invited -
at 3 p.m. with the Rev. Bishop R. B. Davis, pastor dially invited, but everyone Is and meet and greet them. to attend any and all of
Jenkins of Friendship Baptist Elder H. L. Cox, reporterGreetings asked to attend and help cele- We are asking that all mem- these services. Samuel Terrelis

Church as guest speaker.The brate an occasion with which bers pray for our church and president.
thanks be to God
God is pleased.MACEDONIA. we know prayer changes things.
pastor is asking the entire who gave us the victory. We Also ask the Lord to give our
membership to accompany thank God for His blessing BAPTIST leaders more insight on tact. TEMPLE BAPTIST

him Friday night to Antiochof that had bestowed upon us and That is, how to pet a point over
Brownsville, Rev I. W. by the grace and power of Almighty Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor to another without hurtingone's I Sunday, is Spring Rally Day;
Stephenson, pastor. He Is also God and the leader- Sister Netta Kelly, reporter feelings. This a general every loyal Templeite has been
ship of our most able pastorwe 3165 NW 56th St. looking forward to this annual
all adult to that
f asking groups render statement your reporter
are moving forward for the event with high anticipation,
songs and ushering serI We are in the process of having feels the need to be expressed.
t Lord. a revival. Prayer meetingwill and naturally, everyone will do
I) vice at this occasion. Again let's all ask God's presence -
his part. Let's It
begin put over.
on Monday night
is in our services Sundayand
red letter
Sunday
a day
April 21 "we will after the second
Tuesday and
have our ,monthly Federation for the church. There will boa preaching will ttogin Sunday Monday honor the Holy Spirit. The King and Queen contest

program. The committee has Missionary Rally at the after the third Sunday and will "" will be sponsored by the
church; We'especially invite Junior Ushers' Board two
his SHILOH BAPTISTRev. I No.
planned a sermon for t conclude Friday night after the
month. This sermon will be you to be present. There will fourth Sunday. this Sunday at 3:30: p.m. The
brought by our own Rev. W. be churches from Ft. Lauder- I Rev. S. L. Bajett of Jackson. A. M. Griffin, pastor sponsors are Mrs. Vernell
L. Strange. The No. 1 choir dale to Perrine. So come and I vllle will be the guest evan- Sis. C. M. Miles reporter :. Strachan, Mrs. Daisy Warner
and Male Chorus will render see these people zeal for mis- 'gelist. Everyone is Invited to Friday night the church at. and Mrs. Martha Oquenda.
the song service and the No. sion and rejoice in the Lord come out and hear this great large will be In charge of service Friends are Invited to come and
with them. We also will be
1 ushers will serve; man of God and bring the lost at Greater New Bethel see how they run.
happy to morning.CENTRAL in church on sheep. Baptist Church In Opa-locka. Mrs. Margaret Mannings,
I We are praying for ,the coop Sunday Our pastor will deliver the ser soloist for No. one choir Is a
eratlon of the entire church as ST. MARK BAPTISTRev. mon. patient at Jackson Memorial
the purpose of these programsare Sunday at 3 p.m. the Usher's Hospital. We pray for her
to bring more unity Into BAPTJST F. L. Johnson, pastor Union will convene here. It's speedy recovery. *

our church. Mrs. Ruthie M. Scott, reporter sponsored by the No. Usher 'Miss June Hall returned from

Make It a must to attend the 500 SW'20th Street Men's Day will be observedon Board. Everyone Is cordially Nassua last week and servedin

recital on the fourth Sunday West HollywoodThe Sunday. We Invite you to all Invited times.to worship- with us at her choir on Sunday.ST. .

,afternoon featuring Deacon Senior Ushers Board come out and have a wonderful -
Roy Ross and I Mrs. 'Dorothy wishes to thank everyone who time with us. Deacon Baker for Remember the to visit and pray BARNABAS CHURCHRev.
sick and shut-ins and
Turner. We are also expecting had helped to make our lath the chairman, Is asking the full
Bro. Ralph Smith In the loss of E. A. Culmer
pastor
other soloists
outstanding .
guest anniversary a grand successon cooperation of every member, his
wife, Sis. E. Smith who Mrs. S. Dawkins
of the such Mrs. reporter
city, as
Sunday. Deacon George captain and auxiliary. Dinners
I was funerallzed on last Saturday Sunday School was openedby
'Ann Smith and others. Smith, president. will be sold Saturday. Call PL Miss M. A. Gardner and the

The ,public is always welcome Our annual Woman's Day Don't 8-9172 forget we will to deliver attend It to Prayer you. Bible lesson was discussed. by

t. :fray for: and visit the sick. which comes off on Service on Tuesday night. Remember ST. LUKE CHURCHRev. Evangelist Lynda Lott.
June 28 the last The pastor was !in charge of
got on way
can't stumble
J 1J'GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Sunday. Sister George Smith while on you your knees. Mrs. Bunesba P. W. Williams Green reporter pastor the morning devotion. The message -
was chosen as chairman and was delivered by our as-
' 6895 NW' 14th Avenue The No. 2 choir will have sistant the
'I Sis. Welhelmlna Saunders, cochairman pastor, Rev H.
\ "Rev., W.' F. Savoy, pastor i Wevlsh them God SHADY GROVE CHURCH a pie sale Saturday at thechurch' Demeritt from Hebrews 11,
\ '' 1790 NW 55th St, Deacon theme "Faith."
speed.On 6709 NW 15th Avenue Everyone was
\ "Christ and Doubting Thomas' -
) Plenty Whitehead-
will be our Sunday morn- Rev. I. Clayton, pastor president spiritually blessed. The Junior
Sunday a program will be Manerva Dixon, reporterYou choir furnished music with
,
John 2928. The
in
ling topic :
The St. Luke Mission
will
Mrs. C. Garner and
as organist,
In honor the assistant
; .::1 g f evening topic will be "Exodus given or are cordially invited to present a bench rally, Sunday, the No. one Ushers served.
!. :.by. Night" In Exodus 12:42.: pastor, Rev. I. W. Hepburn'sfirst attend the Sunday School and April 19 during the 11 a.m. ser The evening devotion was

<< Youth'i'' 'c t1nnation classes year of service ,and also services throughout the ,week.' vice. Mrs. Annie B. Sullivan, led by pastor, Rev. Demerltte

begin Monday at l 5) p.m. his birthday April ,17. All well Prayer meeting Tuesday night. president.The preached from John 14:26: ; sub-
wishers are asked to come and Sunday School at 9:30: ; morning Citywide Mission will ject, "Come and see Jesus".
., are happy;to see the full service, 11:30: BTU 5:30: ; evening meet at St. Luke Sunday at 3 Mrs. M. E. Culmer furnishel
celebrate with him for he has
service 7. Come one Mrs. Lula Moran
t JWW: ttlon attending our come pjn. presi- music.
.., rouiare, always wel- done much good since, comingto all, you're welcome to the I dent. You are cordially Invited Mrs. J. Tynes is still shutin. -
Grace. *, '. our church. Shady Grove Baptist Church. to support these programs. Visitors are always welcome.MIAMI .


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FLA. I CHRISTAN FELLOWSHIP
Painless Office Treatment of
SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1964 PAGE 11 I 743 NW 5th Ave. e LOW

Rev. G. G. Fann, pastor RUPTURE COST PILES '

The Chosen Gospel Singing
Rectal DiMaws, Variooce Veto, Pro.
Sons will be with us on Mon-
Lw state-No lost time-Discard Trw
day night at 8 p.m. Missionary -
; Day will be all day Sun- Upon Correction of Rupture Reducing
day. Sis. Prudence Pinder In DR. LONG'S CLINIC Blood-Urlns Tests

charge. IMS S.W. tit BtFR 34748 A |.asral Jaea16d e

I&& Come out and worship withus
& for there Is always good
singing and preaching.


ii ki1i1TIFlTIkr INCARNATIONFr. JET TV CLINICHOME


Theodore Jones, vicar
Rev H. E. S. Reeves, deacon SERVICE CALLS $1.00

The 42nd annual conventionof Day or Nightw.
t the Diocese of South Florida -
the Rt. Rev. Henry I. Lout- Service All Mak. of
ttit, D. D. Diocesan, will be
held at Daytona Beach with HI-FI's and STEREOSw.
Holy Trinity-by-the-Sea and
St. Mary's Church as hosts on Also Rant
April 212223.
TV's by the week or month,
Our
Vicar, Rev. Theodore
ST. MARY'S W. M. MT. CARMEL CHURCHRev. Jones, Asst. Rev. H. E. S.

Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor D. A. Bradley, pastor Reeves James Matthews and Delegate, will be Atty.at- 907 N.W. 2nd AVENUEPhone
Miss
Dorothy Major, reporter Our )pastor and delegates will tending.
Sunday morning, there will be back with us this Sunday FR 4-2044
be a Love Feast. Choir No. one and we are asking all our From the Episcopal Church-
will furnish music; during our members and friends to come women there will be Mrs.
will service choir No. two :and we are asking all our Altamease Jarrett.
furnish music. State Convention.
Rev. Gladstone Hunter, and May 3 Is the date for the

Rev., (Edward Young will be in The Male Chorus Anniver- annual Fellowship Hour under SEE TilE WORLD'S
charge all day; we will observe sary will begin this coming the sponsorship of the Episcopal r$1 PROPHET I
Men's Day April 26. The Chair. Wednesday night, and will have Churchwomen We are ex- GREAT
man and the co-chairman arc their final closing Sunday petting all women of the p, :c'4: 35 Years of Experience
asking the support of the entire evening, April 26. This service church at this "Hour." Invite Illahop Hunter is well known ..
church, to make this Men's will begin promptly at :3 l p.m. 0 our friends to Join you at PROF. HUNTER
Day the best in the history of We arc asking all our friends p.m.
If sick, worried or in
are
St. Mary's. Our morning speak. to and be The Rt. you
come with them. Rev. James L. Duncan -
trouble thin in the place to comeJon't
St. Mary's. Our
morning speak. Remember, the sick and shut comes! to the Incarnationfor '
back
In the rut,
er will Mr. David Ivey the cur. stay push
In all Holy Confirmation
over the land. on Sunday '
the 'yell of bad luck that seems
riculum teacher of BTW High
May 10 at three o'clock
School. to hold you in your track, and
"
Our night speaker will be our BEREA ADVENTISTElder p.m. +:. I:"' v ;j advance forward by the help of11tt
own, Master Gladstone Hunter. w . J. Henson, pastor if1 .t,!" ':. '!f. Prof. Hunter : yean
Miss Van D. Green reporter SLOW DOWN! h'i : It: ); \ ) }. of experience whospiritual and

BAHA'I ASSEMBLY On April) :3 Berea sent three "W'i" /z; t( ,.;,,>>i f occult science. Make your home
delegates to the Youth Congress No mnn who IH In a hurry III j,..: ,lVi< ;"'IO." 'At happy. He will show yon howto
Miss Ida Solomon, secretaryof ; which was held in Atlanta quite C'lvlll7..elWill Durant bypass/ your enemies and got the things that life demand
the Baha'i -
Assembly of Miami HP that takes
lime to think '
for Come oil. Healing meetings every Wednesday -
] Ga. The delegates you. one come
!, will lead the discussion Miss were and consider will art more wisely lit the Spiritual Temple of Zion, Inc., 5417 BW 17th
? v. Cox, Miss C. Crockett ,
,
at the Baha'i Center than
137 NW I he that nets hastily and
11th Mr. C. Drown Miss: D. Graham Street, West Hollywood, Florida 7:30: p.m.
Ave. 8 Her
p.m. Sunday. on puIs.C.. SlmmoiiM I,
subject will be "What Is n went along as a guest. l J

Baha'i? The public is cordially Its a wonderful thing to send .
f
invited. our young' people to these meet. ..... ,
The Miami Baha'i will meet
ing.' Allow me to let you in on ,
at the Center 8 p.m. Monday, some of the imformation they I J. A. Summon I
April 21 to elect their Spiritual brought back.
Assembly and officers for the
coming Baha'i year. Last: Sabbath, April 11, Miss REAL ESTATE .
Cox began the report by giving s
aL
INVESTMENTAPPRAISALS
George Savitt, delegate to a brief history of Atlanta. Atlanta .
the Baha'i National Conventionwill : 1 Is the 23rd largest city
leave Wednesday April 22 it i is also the gateway to the {
for Wilmette, Illinois, where South. It is 1,050 ft., higher .
the convention will be held than Miami, Fin. They have 116 NE 4-6875 5417 S.W. 17th Street Hollywood, Florid
April 23-26 at the beautiful Parks. In 1800 Atlanta, was 1 mile cant State Road 441-3: mile. west of Hallandale on
Baha'i House of Worship. Indian Terrltory-1837 railroad 1E99 N.W. 53rd St. north aide of the road. Office hours 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday
came to Atlanta 1847 the 1 to :3 p.m. Licensed by State and County. Mending daily.
KELLY'S CHAPELRev name was call Marcuss Ville- Miami 42, Fla.
1878 Atlanta became the capi-
F. C. Cambridge, pastor
Sunday night, April 19, the theme tal of Ga.of the She also Youth gave us the had IL I Best Method' to Sell! A Classified Ad!
Congress.
series
second of the of four
"In Times Like These." ..... - - _ _ __ .- __ _______.J
Sunday night services sponsored -
by our church organiza- The first speaker was ElderF. 1
tions, The Trustee Board will L. Peterson; Mr. C. Brown
present Clifford R. Matthews gave the highlights of his ser
ns guest speaker. Mr. Matthews, mono Subject "The Cost Of A I
a teacher at Miami Northwestern Christain".
NEVER BEFORE!
Senior High School, will
speak on the subject, "The We would like to take time
Meaning of the Civil Rights and invite you to attend our
Movement The public is in- church service each Saturday
vited. morningsabbath; began at 9:15:
a.m., divine worship 11 a.m. JUST OFF N.W. 27th AVENUE
Last Sunday the Woman's So M. V. meeting 5:45: p.m. I
ciety of Christian Service was

honored with the participationof of ST. MATTHEWS With the best stores, buses and schools
three outstanding women
the community In a panel dis- (AFRICAN ORTHODOX) j
cussion entitled "Our Christian Fr. Stafford Sweeting, rector Right at your door
Witness." The congregationwas
Impressed by Services for St. Matthews, Coconut j
immensely held at
will be
Grove
,
Genesta manner the sharp Sweeting the, clear panelists, Mrs.and -Mary distinct Mrs. the Divine Bain's Liturgy Funeral 11 will Chapel.be cele-The j BRAND NEW 19643BEDROOM

at a.m.
brated
Nixon and Mrs. Mamie' Gill -
developed and presented their Members are asked to note
topics. At the end of this program the time element, and friends CBS HOMESONLY
the audience expressed a and well wishers are always
warm feeling for the fulfillmentof welcome. ,
their spiritual and civic de-
sires. ST. NICHOLAS

The evening was tremendous. West Indian Catholic Church)
ly enhanced by the songs ren- I 3020 NW 50th Street ,
dered by: the Antioch Baptist Low Mass will be celebrated $500
Church choir, led by Roy Ross, 8 a.m. on Sundays; High Mass $9,950' 'Down
president and a colorful dis- and sermon at {9 a.m Sunday
play of robes vividly markeda School at 3 p.m.; Solemn Ves- $79 Mo.
glowing feeling with the aud- pers at 7 p.m. Sundays and
ience. Wednesdays. The celebrant and
preacher will be the Very Rev. I
Oa succeeding Sunday nights
will N. A. Derrick, OSB.
the following auxiliaries
be In charge of the services as On Sunday at 7 p.m. a recital "'
"
listed' will be held under the See Sernaker 16525 N.W.27th Ave.
April 26 The Choir and auspices of Mrs. H. Moss and
Church School. her students.
May 3 The Pastor's A I d, NA 4-4772 '
,Usher Board and Stewardess You are invited to the ser-
Board. vices and also: the recital. Come
The general theme of these and have an Inspirational good
services will be "Our Mission in time. George S. Sturrup, sec
the Church." retary.






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MIAMI TIMES. MIAMI FLA. MT. CALVARY CHURCH a momentous occasion. FRIENDSHIP Rev J. E. Jenkins M. BAPTIST, pastor

The No. 4 usher board Is Ruby Lee Carr, reporter
Rev. S. Atchison, pastor
PAGE 10 SATURDAY APRIL 18 1964
Constance Carter, reporterThe sponsoring; a Spring Review on Sunday 7:30: a.m. at Virginia
third Sunday in April In will have baptismal
----- No. 2 choir's anniver- the Beach we
: behalf of the new rally. The service with nine candidates
sary: was a tremendous success. review will be at the home of to take on the Lord bj
ready
Ebenezer Raises Over On last the Sunday anniversary, Rev. Solomon message,: Deacon Doles, 1091 NW Gist baptism. Our pastor is expected
gave
Is cordially
Singing In a Strange Place." Street. Everyone to deliver both morning and

The choir would like to t a k e Invited to this. evening sermons.

$5,000 in Rally this opportunity to thank each Barbecue will be sold every The youth department will

and everyone who helped to Saturday at the church In behalf prepare dinners .Sunday and

The fifth annual Calendar make its 24th anniversary of Wbmen's Day. they ask that you help by

Rallv terminated Mondav YilcrhtApril I .._...._,......_... .r."' '''....'''...:...___......,. _",..1'r1Y'_''''''I'nI''' iY Y'J'I"iTJT,Y.T..jTJfJr.JrJr..JTJT.J.I.zJr.ll.J.I.JJ..KJ: getting a dinner from them.
6ooI.LWA.d6.a.6A! >M. "" --- "--
13. The total amount reported f. We extend our get well

554558. The month of wishes to Bro. Nelson Harris,
September, the outstanding err Inu' Jn ffltjurrlj thxuba president of choir No. 2 in his
month reported $502.50, with accident at work resulting in a
15 members paying $25 each. broken arm and to all our sick

March and July were the sec- ,..,., ..'., ....... .... ..r.'..r.r.r.'&' ..........T.........Yrlr Irlr Ir IrIt'l1'1!'! members and complete shut-
ond highest, with ten mem- ins. Our deepest sympathy to
bers paying $25. At the con- ANTIOCH BAPTIST SALTER'S CHAPEL Rev. and Sis. Stanley Johnsonin
clusion of the reports the entire I the loss of their son-in-law
Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor ,
membership expressed 2799 NW 46th Street I Hudson Woods.
much enthusiasm.The Rev. J, W. Stephenson, pastor P'1 Flossie Marshall reporter
Sunday we were so happy to Visitors are always welcomeat
pastor, officers and members M. T. Copeland, reporterYou have a' very distinguished visitor our service. Be thou faithful
are very happy over the are always welcome to with us. He was the Rev. unto death and I will give theea
success of the rally worship with us at Antioch Rhodes, pastor of the New crown of life
Brownsville Services 11 a.m. Testament Baptist Church of
\ The 11th annual Lay Retreatwas and 7 p.m. Jacksonville. And the father of .

held at BethuneCookmanCollege Mrs. Minnie Brewton, a member -
April 11. There were The Antioch family are now of Salter's Chapel. He ST. PAUL CHURCH

eight In attendance from celebrating our pastor's fourth I brought to us a wonderful message
Ebenezer. The group expressed anniversary. We are Inviting I for the morning. At 3 pm. Rev. T. C. Kelly Jr., pastor
our many friends to help us Mrs. Lea Cray, reporter
having;\ had an Inspiring meeting the Juniors had a wonderful
Dr. Richard V Moore, celebrate his anniversary. program. You missed a treat Sunday service was highly

president, Is the conference lay if you were not there. spiritual throughout the day.
12
Sunday, April at 3
p.m. our Presiding Elder Robinson
leader. James E. Martin Is the Rev. April 26 that very Importantday
J. B. Woodley and his
delivered the morning message -
charge lay leader of Ebenezer. Men's Day. Won't you
congregation from Freewill !! The No. 2 choir renderedthe
be with that day. Bro.
us on
The Janette Evans circle Is Baptist Church Friday night, Rankin chairman. song service. Our pastor
In charge of class meeting April 17, 8 p.m. Rev. O. W. The ,Eastern Star, Chapter delivered the evening message.
Foster Antioch
Liberty
Baptist
Tuesday night. -
City; Thursday, April 23, 8 128, under direction of Mrs. The men of St. Paul will observe -
You are Invited to attend a pm. Rev. W. F. Tanner, from Viola Hill also was our most their annual Men's Day

Spring Tea and Fashion Revue St. Mary's; Friday, April 24, 8 honored iguest in the morning program Sunday, April 20. The
sponsored by the' Wesleyan p.m., Rev. W. M. Davis, First service in behalf of Men's Day. morning speaker will be Rev.

Service Guild of the church. Baptist, Brownsville; Sunday, MRS. GEORGIA NELSON Mrs. Cleo Rankin Is improving W. F.- Tanner of St. Mary'&

Sunday, April 19 at 4 o'clock.A April 26, 3 p.m., Rev. S. Acthi- Go To Church Chairman from her illness. Let shut-ins.us still Baptist Church, if you miss
for the sick and
splendid program is plannedfor son, Mt. Calvary. pray hearing him you will miss a
your pleasure and beauti- holy ghost message becausehe
ful fashions of what 'today's The annual tea for the pastor Go To Church Day MT. HERMAN CHURCH carries the Holy Ghost with

ladies are wearing.We will be ""given at the home of At Mt. Zion"GotoChurch" him every where he goes.
Rev. S. L. Gay pastor
.Deacon and Mrs. J. H. Copeland George Smith, chairman; Henry
are to worship In an Sunday, April 19, 4 to Gp.m. Day will be Sunday afternoon promisesto Wade, cochairman.Acknowledgement.
after service, Sunday night I .. 2939 NW 48th Terr.
observed at the Mt. Zion Baptist be a big one for the friends
April 19 at the Mt. Pleasant of the
Church on April and members of Mount Her-
Methodist Church, Opa-locka. The Brownsville United Sunday visitor, :hospitality committee,
19. The high service will be at This Is the day of the
The Rev. W. H. Mack, pastor. Choir Union will be held at the mon. Miss S. Kelly.
the 11 hour. The theme Is celebration for choir
a.m. : num-
Choir No. 1 and Usher Board church Sunday at 3 p.m. Everyone big Don't forget the sick and
"Where God Meets His Saints. ber 2. It is hoped that all
No. 2 will serve. is invited Sis. O. Williams, shut-in.
president. The observance Is centered friends and groups that were

.The sick and shut-Ins are: around!! family, grouping. The Invited will please be In attendance -
Sisters Florida Butler, 152 NW Saturday dinners on sale at I family will tne largest attendance A fine program nas ST. JAMES AME CHURCHRev.
8th St.: Geraldine Bell, 1342 I the church phone 635-8329. I be honored. been planned for you. I
NW 39th St.; Victoria Higgs, J. B. Blacknell, pastor
935 NW 52nd St.; Minnie Roller- Friday and Saturday nights, .This Is the 11 year that the Next Sunday ends our Spring Bert Cooper, reporter
son, 3035 NW 59th St. Let us barbecue for sale. Thanks in church has observed this em- Auto Rally. This is an effort The Gospel Chorus Is celebrating
not forget the sick and shut- advance for your support spi- sis. "We must do all In our that the pastor is anxious to Its 16th anniversary
ins. ritually and financially. Re- power to offset the creeping see that it ends successfully. this week with various pastors
member the sick and shut-in Godlessness of Communism if Remember that each memberis and their congregations each

ANTIOCH CHURCH !In your prayer, also the bereaved freedom of worship is to be our asked to please pay your night with services beginningat
I "
families heritage, said Mrs Georgia class leader the sum of $10. 7:30.:
Rev. O. W Foster, pastor Nelson, president Ward No. 2
Bro. Casey Graham reporter sponsor of the program. Spec. Tuesday night, we are happy Sunday April 19 at 3:30: pm.
Thursday night the No. 2 ial music will be rendered by to announce that Rev. a musical extravaganza with
choir will begin Its anniver- RIDGEWAY CHURCH choir No. 1. Champion of Ward Chapel, Hal- various choirs and other sing-
sary with a musical program. landale will render a serviceat Ing groups will close out this
It will terminate Sunday after. OF GOD OP PROPHECY The public is not only cor- our church. Please come out anniversary. The public is Invited -
noon at 3 p.m. with the Rev. Bishop R. B. Davis, pastor dially Invited, but everyone is and meet and greet them. to attend any and all of
Jenkins of Friendship Baptist Elder H. L. Cox, reporter asked to attend and help cele- We are asking that all mem- these services. Samuel Terrelis
brate an occasion with which bers for our church and
Church as. guest speaker.The pray president
Greetings, thanks be to God
God is pleased.MACEDONIA. we know prayer changes things
pastor is asking the entire who gave us the victory. We Also ask the Lord to give our
thank God for His blessln I TEMPLE BAPTIST
membership: to BAPTISTRev. leaders more insight on tact.
him Friday night to Anti that had bestowed upon us and That is how to
get a point over
of Brownsville, Rev. I. W. by the grace and power of Almighty Roscoe Jackson pastor to another without hurting I I 1 Sunday, is Spring Rally Day;
Stephenson, pastor. He is also God and the leader Sister Netta Kelly, reporter one's feelings. This a general every loyal Templelte has been
ship of our most able looking forward to this annual
asking all adult groups to render pastorwe 3165 NW 56th St. statement that your reporter
are moving forward for the event with high anticipation
songs and ushering ser- We are in the process of have feels the need to }be expressed. ,
i) vice at this occasion Lord. Incr a revival. Prayer meeting Again let's all ask God's pres- and naturally, everyone will do
his part. Let's it
will begin on Monday night put over.
in services
ence our Sundayand
Sunday is red letter
April 21 we will a day after the second and
Tuesday
Sunday: honor the
Holy Spirit.
have our monthly Federation for the church. There will 00a preaching will begin: Monday I The King and Queen contest
committee has lUsslonal'Y.Rally at the I will be sponsored by the
program. The after the third Sunday and will ""
planned a sermon for this church. We' especially Invite conclude Friday night after the SHILOH BAPTIST Junior Ushers' Board No.two
month. This sermon will be you to be present. There will fourth Sunday. this Sunday at 3:30: p.m. The
brought by our own Rev. W. II be churches from Ft. Lauder- Rev. S. L. Bapett of Jackson. Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor sponsors are Mrs. Vernell
L. Strange. The No. 1 choir dale to Perrine. So come and vllle will be the guest evan- Sis. C. M. Miles reporter Strachan, Mrs. Daisy Warner
and Male Chorus will render see these people zeal for mis- gelist. Everyone is invited to Friday night the church at and Mrs. Martha Oquenda.
the song service and the No. sion and rejoice in the Lord come out and hear this igreat large will be In charge of service Friends are invited to come and
will serve. with them. We also will be at Greater see how they run.
1 ushers man of God and bring the lost New Bethel
happy to see you In church on I Mrs.
sheep. Baptist Church In Opa-locka. Margaret Mannings
We are praying for ,the cooperation Sunday morning. Our pastor will deliver the ser soloist for No. one choir Is a
of the entire church as ST. MARK BAPTIST mon. at Jackson Memorial
the purpose of, these programsare Sunday at 3 p.m. the Usher's Hospital. We pray for her
to bring more unity into CENTRAL BAPTIST Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor Union will convene here. It's speedy recovery. *

our church. Mrs. Ruthie M. Scott, reporter sponsored by the No. Usher Miss June Hall returned from

Make It a must to attend the 500 SW'20th Street Men's Day will be observedon Board. Everyone Is cordially Nassua last week and servedIn

recital on the fourth Sunday West HollywoodThe Sunday. We invite you to all invited times.to worship with us ot her choir on Sunday

.afternoon featuring Deacon Senior Ushers Board come out and have a wonderful -
Roy Ross and Baker
to thank everyone who time with us. Deacon for the sick and shut-ins and I
Turner. We are also expecting had helped to make our 'lth the chairman, is asking the fullcooperation Bro.
Smith In the
other soloists Ralph loss of E. A. Culmer. pastor
outstanding guest
anniversary a grand successon of every member, his wife, Sis. E. Smith who Mrs. S, Dawklns.
of the such Mrs. reporter
city, as Sunday. Deacon George captain and auxiliary. Dinners
was funerallzed on last Saturday Sunday School
was openedby
"Ann Smith and others. Smith, president.Our will be sold Saturday. Call PL Miss M. A. Gardner and the

The ,public Is always welcome annual Woman's Day Don't 8-9172 forget we will to deliver attend it to Prayer you. Bible lesson was discussed. by
''' for and visit the sick ST. LUKE CHURCHRev. Evangelist Lott.
'Pray : program, which comes off on Service on Tuesday night. Re- Lynda
June 28 the The pastor was In charge of
last
got on
way member can't stumble
you P. W. Williams
HORACE PRESBYTERIAN Sunday. Sister George Smith while on your knees. Mrs. Bunesba Green pastor: the morning devotion. The irtes-
: was chosen as chairman and reporter sage was delivered by our assistant
6895: NW' 14th Avenue The No. 2 choir will havea
Sis. Welhelmina Saunders, co- pastor the Rev H.
Rev., W. F.. Savoy, pastor ..chairman; We wish them God SHADY GROVE CHURCH pie sale Saturday at the Demeritt from Hebrews 11,
i 6709 NW 15th Avenue church', 1790 NW 55th St., Dea theme, "Faith." Everyone was
)\ "Christ and Doubting Tho- speed.
) Rev. I. Clayton, pastor con Plenty Whitehead presi- spiritually blessed. The junior
will be our Sunday morn-
On Sunday a program will be Manerva Dixon, reporter dent. choir furnished music with
J in John 29:28. The
""mas'topic :
The St. Luke Mission will
will be "Exodusby given In honor or the assistant Mrs. C. Garner as organist and
r topic" You are cordially Invited to present a bench rally, Sunday, the No. one Ushers served.
'1 : in Exodus 12:42.: pastor, Rev. I.V.. Hepburn'sfirst attend the Sunday School and April 19 during the 11 a.m. ser The evening devotion was

Youth' "'confirmation classes year of service and also services throughout the week.' vice. Mrs. Annie B. Sullivan, led by pastor, Rev. Demeritte

will? begin Monday at 5 p.m. his birthday April, t7. All well Prayer meeting Tuesday night. president. preached from John 14:26: ; sub-
4" wishers are asked to come and Sunday School at 9:30: ; morning The City-wide Mission will ject, "Come and see Jesus".
W. are ..happy to see the full celebrate with him for he has service, 11:30: BTU 5:30: ; evenIng meet at St. Luke Sunday at 3PJTL Mrs. :M. E. Culmer furnlshel
service 7. Come one come Mrs. Lola Moran
. i' )ngregation: attending our ; presi- music.
; Qt .oYoti.! are always welcorrte" done much good since coming all, you're welcome to the dent. You are cordially Invited Mrs. J. Tynes Is still shutin. -

+ .at"' Grace.: '" to our church. Shady Grove Baptist Church. to support these programs. Visitors are always welcome.



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; TIMES MIAMI FLA.
CHRISTAN FELLOWSHIP
Painless Office Treatment ef,
SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1964 PAGE 11 743 NW 5th Ave.

Rev. G. G. Fann, pastor RUPTURE :: PILESRectal

____ The Chosen Gospel Singing .
Veins ,
Diseases, Varloese Pro.state
Sons
[ rJN1uWff1T will be with us on Mon-
-No lost time-Discard Trwsa
.
day night at 8 p.m. Missionary -
I Day will be all day Sun- Upon Correction of llnptnre. Reducing
day. Sis. Prudence Pinder in DR. LONG'S CLINIC Blood-Urine Tests

charge. 18il aW. 1st St-FR 34748 A gen rat he*!* eT1oe

Come out and worship withus
for there Is always good
singing and preaching.



jIrWLPJtLi! INCARNATIONFr. JET TV CLINICHOME

I Ii Theodore Jones, vicar
Rev. H. E. S. Reeves, deacon SERVICE CALLS $1.00

The 42nd annual conventionof Day or Night
the Diocese of South Florida -
the Rt. Rev. Henry I. Lout. w. Service All Make. of
i ttit, D. D. Diocesan, will be
held at Daytona Beach with HI-FI's and STEREOS
Holy Trlnlty-by-the-Sfea and

St. MartY'S-Church. as hosts on w. Also Rent

TV's by the week or month,
Our Vicar, Rev. Theodore
ST. MARY'S W. M. MT. CARMEL CHURCHRev. Jones, Asst. Rev. H. E. S.

Rev. H. V. Stuart Reeves and Delegate Atty. 907 .2nd AVENUEPhone
pastor D. A. Bradley, pastor James Matthews, will be at-
Miss Dorothy Major, reporter Our pastor and delegates will tending.
Sunday morning there will be back with us this Sunday FR 4-2044
be a Love Feast. Choir No. one and we are asking nIl our From the Episcopal Church-
will furnish music; during our members and friends to come women there will be Mrs.
night service choir No. two and we are asking all our | Altamease Jarrett.
will furnish music. State
Rev. Gladstone Hunter, and Convention. May 3 is the date for the

Rev., Edward Young will be in The Male Chorus Anniversary annual Fellowship Hour under SHE TUB WORLD'S
charge all day; we will observe will begin this coming the sponsorship of the Episco- < ; GREAT PROPHET
Men's Day April 26. The Chairman Wednesday night, and will have pal Churchwomen. We are ex. \ ,t_ :,
and the co-chairman are their final l pectlng all women of the 35: Years of Experience
closing
Sunday "
asking the support of the entire evening, April 20. This service church at this "Hour. Invite Bishop Hunter U well known AS
church, to make this Men's will bogin promptly at 3 p.m. 5 your friends to Join you at : PROF. HUNTER
p.m.
Day the best in the history of We are asking all friendsto a
our If yon ore sick, worried. or in
St. Mary's. Our morning speak. come and be with them. The Rt. Rev. James L. Duncan trouble this in the place to come
St. Mary's. Our morning speak. Remember the sick and shut comes! to the Incarnationfor ; Don't stay In the rut, push back
er will Mr. David Ivey the cur. in all over the land Holy Confirmation on Sun- the yell of bad luck that seems
riculum teacher of BTW High day, May 10 at three o'clock
School. to hold you In your track, and

Our night speaker will be our BEREA ADVENTISTElder p.m. :4 t'r advance forward by the help of
\ God under the leadership of
own, Master Gladstone Hunter. 1t ( :\ f. ,
J. Henson, pastor ; I :". % Prof. who has 35 yean
Miss Van D. Green SLOW DOWN! of Hunter in spiritual and
reporterOn i>iY! ;', ,iti11 i.:) r
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMiss ',; '; f ,'j ?. ,:tJ', occult science. Make your home
April 3 Herea sent three No min who I In In n hurry Is 4$. .t :\...-;::, 'l happy. He will show yon how
Ida Solomon, secretaryof delegates: to the Youth Con- (I'altt,11I7.(1. -Will Durnnt to bypass your enemies and get the things that life demands
the Baha'i Assembly of MIami gress; which was held In Atlanta HP that taken time to think
all. Wednesday
for you. Come one come Healing meetings every -
will lead the discussion Ga. The delegates were mid ('onfillcl.Ill not more wine- nt tho Spiritual Temple of Zion, Inc., 5417 BW 17th
at the Baha'i Center, 137 NW Mr.Miss C.V. Cox, Miss!=; C. Crockett, I ly than h-e that acts hastily and Street, Went Hollywood, Florida 7:30: p.m. ,
Brown. Miss D. Graham
11th Ave., 8 p.m. Sunday. Her on impulse. -C. BlmmoiiH 1 11i'Ii.
went along as a guest.
subject will be "What is n
Baha'i? The public is cordially ...
Its a wonderful thing: to send ,g ',j;
invited. our young people to these meet. .::. )IOOI; ,," ., a !
The Miami Baha'i will .
at the Center 8 p.m. Monday meet, Ing.: Allow me to let you in on ...>, ').... !J. ... i
some of the imformatlon they J. A. Summons t ,";,''f, '"' '.'.h. -
t \; "" -,
April 21 to elect their Spiritual brought back. :- ...."" '
!> ," '
,.. .
Assembly and officers for the REAL ESTATE r ',
coming Baha'i year. Last Sabbath, April 11, Miss ._
Cox }Megan the report by giving INVESTMENTAPPRAISALS .tU4
_
George Savitt, delegate to
a brief history! of Atlanta. At.
the Baha'i National Convention lanta is the 23rd largest city.It .
will leave Wednesday April 22 Is also? the gateway to the
for Wilmette, Illinois, where South. It Is 1,050 ft., higher
the convention will be held than Miami, Fla. They have 110 NE 4.6875 5417 S.W. 17th Street Hollywood, Florida
April 23-26 at the beautiful Parks. In 1800 Atlanta, was 1 mile oast State Road 441-3: miles west of Hallandale oa
Baha'i House of Worship. Indian Terrltory-1837 railroad 1899 N.W. 53rd St. north side of the road. Office 'hours 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday

came to Atlanta 1817 the 1 to 3 p.m. Licensed by State and County Heading dally
KELLY'S CHAPELRev Miami 42 Fla.
name was call Marcuss:; Vllle- ,
1878 Atlanta became the capi-
F. C. Cambridge, ,
Sunday night, April pastor 19, the tal of Ga. She also gave us the Vgf 1 Best Method' to Sell! A Classified Ad!
second of the series of four theme of the Youth Congress. KsaasaHHS:'! wssffiw
"
Sunday night services sponsored "In Times Like These. .\. -- -- .tm -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -, -
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by our church organiza- The first speaker was ElderF. ,
tions, The Trustee Board will L. Peterson; Mr. C. Brown
present Clifford R. Matthews gave the highlights of his ser
as guest speaker. Mr. Matthews, mon. Subject "The Cost Of A
a teacher at Miami Northwestern Christain" NEVER BEFORE !
Senior High School, will
speak on the subject, "The We would like to take time
Meaning of the Civil Rights and Invite you to attend our
Movement. The public Is church service each Saturday
vited. morningsabbath; began: at 9:15:
in-I a.m.. divine worship 11 a.m. JUST OFF N.W. 27th AVENUE

Last uE.day.he Woman's_ : M. V. meeting 5:45: p.m.
ciety unristian :service: was
honored with the participationof ST. MATTHEWS With the best stores, buses and schools
three outstanding women of
the community In a panel dIs- (AFRICAN WTHOIOX)
cussion entitled "Our Christian Fr. Stafford Sweeting, rector Right at your door
Witness." The congregationwas \(
Immensely impressed by Services for St. Matthews (
distinct conut Grove, will be held at /.
the and
sharp, clear
Genesta manner' Sweeting the panelists, Mrs. -Mary Mrs. the Divine Bain's Liturgy Funeral will Chapel.be celebrated The- BRAND NEW 1964

Nixon and Mrs. Mamie Gill at 11 a.m.

developed and presented their Members are asked to note
tophcs. At the end of this pro- the time element, and friends 3-BEDROOM CBS HOMES
gram the audience expressed a and well)} wishers are always
warm feeling for the fulfillment welcome.
of their spiritual and civic de-

sires. ST. NICHOLAS

The evening was tremendously (W Catholic' Church) I
enhanced by the songs rendered e,3020 NW 50th Street Oo $500
by the Antioch Baptist Low Mass will be celebrated
Church choir, led by Roy Ross, 8 a.m. on Sundays. ; High Mass ONLY 89,950 Down
president, and a colorful dis- and sermon at 9 a.m. Sunday
play of robes vividly markeda School at 3 p.m.; Solemn Ves- $79 Mo.
glowing feeling with the aud- pers at 7 p.m. Sundays and
ience. Wednesdays. The celebrant and
preacher will be the Very Rev.
Oa succeeding Sunday nights
will N. A. Derrick, OSB.
the following auxiliaries
be In charge of the services as On Sunday at 7 p.m. a recital -
listed' will be held under the See Sernaker 16525 .27th Ave.
April 26 The Choir and auspices of Mrs. II Moss and .
Church School. her students.
May 3 The Pastor's Aid, NA 44772MIAMI
Usher Board and Stewardess You are invited to the ser-
Board. vices and also the recital. Come

The general theme of these and have an Inspirational good
services will be "Our Mission In time. George S. Sturrup, sec- ,
,.
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memory 'of my dear husband

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MIAMI TIMES. MIAMI. FLA. IN : wish',

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PACE 12 SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 196' ] In up

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IN MEMORIAM' ''QRD OF THANKS lax Pf

The family 'of the late ;
In sad and loving remem- MRS. ERNESTINE SMITH t
brance of our loving husband wish to take this method to 'f

and father, sincerely hank our many { I

friends who stood by: us dur- :: : t;
ing our recent bereavement. ?
tr me cards, letters, njnxj. floral ;
..! .rmgs came at a ume wut.f/ !
,,e needed 'them most. '" I I
Our sincere thanks to t h i.kev.
r :
; t tF :'
n Griffin, and to the Shlloi. ., '."d.:".
%;
\t, uptlst Church, and to the F V' 7a : :(1:" :),
Funeral Home for the .. '
ange .
.i
'!nd and efficient service rendered .,' \ <,
i : .
.1
1 ,a Ja : Ralph us. D. Smith and Family, l ._.......&,.lbt.:;

rtN t WILLIAM C. COLE
t i who departed. this life April
; IN MEMORIAMIn I I YRS 18, 1062.
There's at the
1 Nri;sa an open gate
loving memory of o' 'u r I MRS;;, : end 'of the road
lear wife and mother, who Through which each must go

.. ......e alone
p'Fa .wii.c And there Is a light we! cannotsee

n 4 4ud a411aY n hI ?.,...,? Our father claims His own. ,
Our Beyond the gnte our loved one

care I finds,
Happiness and rest,
and And there is comfort' In the

I REV. EDWARD RICHARDSON > n y thought
us A loving God knows best.
who passed to rest April 17,, 1161n2 Your Mrs. Maude Cole, wife
1960. And Family
.
Mrs
Sleep on and take your rest,
We love you and miss you, Mrs. CARD OF THANKS
But God loves you best.
Gussie Richardson, wife The family of' the late,
Children LIVINGSTON CHARLOW
And
who died March 12, wish to
The express sincere thanks and
t ''iY rb appreciation to friends and

IN MEMORIAMIn ',, rA.t neighbors who were so kind
<
l during the hours of bereave-
loving memory of ,m: ment. Special thanks to the
} Range Funeral Home, Father
mother, : r Elisha Clarke, Rev. Savoy 'of
; Grace Presbyterian, Miami
MRS. CLEO W. BROWN Water Department, St. Francis
who departed this life April 1, F-Kelsey'r': Xavier Altar Guild, faculty and
1061. i.: cafeteria staff of Holmes Ele-
It Now the laborer's task Is o'erNow ; sp mentary School. Sincere thanksfor
the 'battle day Is past ::i cards, flowers and tele
Now upon the farther shore .
:
grams.The
Lands the voyager at last ; ., Family
Father In Thy gracious keeping

Leave we now thy servant !t 6 i. : ,. "
sleeping. ALBERT
.
: : ", : .
The Family : & : :i \ ; ARTHUR S. DANIELS Jr.,

: ,'.. 4830 SW 18th St., West Hollywood -
,1 ,; ': ) >
+ y r, 3 Rrf :; k''!'\ died April 8. He is survived -
IN MEMORIAM : ; ) : ;:; by his mother, Mrs.
:.i!; ; ;; : : "
t tI tI' In loving memory' of our : : ; I:" if, Ophelia Daniels; two sisters,
; 'j Mrs. Ernestine Williams and
dear sister, r:.:",.,;....,t..:.. :. Mrs. Hessle Mae Harris and
t.(
"
l I 9 + : ,&-.#" ( an aunt, Mrs. Bernice Fewell.
A : : : : JtJi,
Services conducted
\: it.t April 13 at
; ;
i ,
3t. Luke Primitive Baptist
who Church. Rev. Ellis King, pastor
wish to
iSb
I % many JOHN PARRISH died at
for' home, 1613 NW 1st court April
f April
I' MRS. DAISY BUTLER 'our 10. Arrangements are Incom
plete.
who< departed this life April! Special .
i\ to Rev. when
19 1957. BRUCE
I ,
,
\f y Hicks, McKINNEY, 1305
I Seven years have passed D'a e/ choir wife NW 4th Ave., a resident of this
since you left me, but it seems Bethel area for 46 years, died April
I like yesterday. Gay and 10. Surviving are two sons,
I "The King of love my Shepherd mon Bruce Jr., and Paul; three
i is, ; daughters, Mesdames Mildred
l Bethel' Powell Pauline Wilson andMiss
Whose goodness faileth. never no. The o u r Cynthia McKInney, all of
( I nothing lack if I am his Wlhlte Mew' York and a brother,
And he Is mine forever. Israel[ 'of Miami. Services held
I Where streams of living water: Dunbar In the ,chapel Tuesday with
flow Nathan Rev. W.iE Sims officiating

My ransomed soul He leadeth Blanche April
ALL
And where the verdant pastures Lincoln JOHNSON, 1126
; grow REMILDA DAMES made NW 1st court, died suddenly
'
who passed away April 19, Home April 10. Arrangements are in-
celestial feedeth." izations !
With food 1963. complete.
.
May she rest In peace and It.is 'one year' since you left ous to soften

light. perpetual shine on her. usFriends Again hearts REV..EZEKIEL FARROW
Mrs. Bloneva Gaiter, may think we have died while
God. beau. delivering the even-
: daughterS forgotten. brief lag sermon at New Providence
When at times they see us
.. Robert Gaiter, son-in-law smile I of Baptist Church Sunday, April

i But i they,little know the heartaches i ,, __I daughters 12. His wife, ,three Jewel;sisters a son, two and
our' smiles hides
I two brothers
i CARD OF THANKS All our the while memoryWe you still live in I vivors. Arrangements are among are sur-in-

complete. Rev. Farrow residedat
mIss your' loving smile and We,
The family 'of the late, DR. 1880 NW 47th St.

:ELIZABETH HOUSTON But God has soothed our ach- who JOHN
ing hearts, wish to A. STEPHEN, 5801
', who died March 23, 1964, wish And driven away tears, press Bethel fW 2kh Ave., was a drowning
':'
to thank the many friends victim April 12. His survivors
and. neighbors who sent cards, We know that you are' at rest : who are his wife, Eleanor; two sons,
telegrams, and flowers to the In[ that heavenly home above I for be three daughters, his mother,
family in the, hours ,'of bereave Asleep in Jesus 0 'how sweet. during 1 p.m. three sisters and four brothers.
I
fxnent. c Mrs. Elizabeth Wood, ment, Arrangements are incomplete.
}j We wish to extend our deep sister known'

est appreciation to the' House' Mrs. Mae Allen, sister much.Mr.. I I MRS. ELNORA MACK HILL

The Houston' Family Mrs. Mattie Johnson He 314 N 15th St. died April 11.
for the efficient aerfvte sister, New York Mr. four She is survived by a sister,
of Albert I .
Mr., Elder Mrs. Janle Venney.
Arrange-
'"extended to Nieces, nephews, relativesand
'{:which..iN,:was-. friends I lents are incomplete.CARDS.MEMOR .
the familYv





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RANGE .

DEATHS AT RANGE YOUR GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY

Stephen Aladhn Peeples, of ........vjlestatirant Fully Equipped .
,
768 NW 76th St., died at Jack.
eon Memorial. Hospital onApriii2ih. ESTABLISHED MANY YEARS 1

Stephan, ,th< Infant CoNDITION1NC' '
soft 6f Willlani and Raymola AIR REASONABLE ,RENT,, .
lade: leaoihe! survided by his .patetttp ... It _. -..- "., -- ,_ ......... "- 1
; brother; two grandmothers ..' 745 NW 62nd Street

Funeral and Services 1 grand were father held, FOR SALE I FOR SALE' <*:' See the place, then call

Wednesday, at 10:00: AM, at theRantfc 2-BEDROOM cute home. Very FHA-VA RESALES.; like now
Memorial Chapel, withthe' neat, }perfect' location No quali CBS 2, 3,i' 'and 4 bedroom Building Owner UN 6-8757
Rev. Purdy Brown officiat fying Move right In. Only $500 homes near schools and slopping -

ing.. ....._.__ down Small monthly payments from $100 'down, $50 per
1200 NW 39 St. Call
us, month Visit model home at 3501
Lawrence C. Cochran of 1441 we have key, Fenster Realty, NW 208 Terr., open 1 to 0} p.m. ,
PL
96779.2BEDROOM.
NW 71st street, died on Apr Sat and Sun. News Realty, OPEN SUNDAY
Inc. PL
40655.LARGEST .
llth. Lawrence, the 4-year-old better type of 231 NW 44th Street
eon of Lawrence and Lois Cochran home, 8G3 NW 74th St Built '
was the victim of accidental SELECTION of 2-IU3DROm, Fin. ROOM, CBS
an for himself
by a builder. It is CBS 2 and, 9 bedroom homesin
drowning. He Is survived hardwood floors cedar lined closets, spacious t'
beautiful Good terms can be lovely Manor Park, from Dining room, !
by his parents; one sister; arranged. Call us we have $350 down $69 per month, hurry rooms cnrport, storm awnings, patio, fenced yard, tile roof,

2 grandmothers other; 1 relatives.grandfatherand Key. Fenster Realty, PL while they last. News ,Realty only $11,800 with $.100 down and $80.78 per month pays .oIL !

many were held on Thursday Services -9-S779. 4-0655., Inc., 4740 NW 7 Ave.' ,PL. .. No closing costs. This is a bMut)". St'oIr.! Chris Sunday, :R

at 2:00: PM, at the Range Memorial 1747 NW 5 AVE. Open Sunday he will show yon how easy it is to own this lovely home.

Chapel 2-fl, 3-bedroom CBS, big kit- DUPLEX CBS. Excellent condition R. M. Brooks, Realty
chen, oak floors, garage, awn close to town, shopping
James Edward Moore of 2748 ings, fenced $350 down, FHA center, on several bus lines, Phone MU 8-6638 Night MU 1-7740

NW 56th Street, died at Jack terms. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, below market value, FHA Insured I
son 'Memorial Hospital on nltes PL 9-5533, .days PL mortgage by owner Ph.
4-3431.
'
April :14th. He was the 1% 635-3446. '; !

year-old son of Herbert and 559 NW 46 ST. Open Sunday HOMES FOR SALE
Ada Moore. His survivors In. 2-6. Lovely close-in 2-bedroom NO
clude his QUALIFYING. Like new. "Here 2 of the beet homes for sale In the Northwest
parents; 2 brothers; CBS are
tile
roof, oak floors, Fla. Beautiful 2-bodroom CBS with
a sister, his paternal grandparents room, near bus and stores. 2 full bathrooms. Each bed- section .
Mr & Mrs today:
Christopher $300 down,* $12.200, FHA terms. room has Its own entrance and
Smythe; 7 aunts and 6 uncles. A. Ben-Kori ,
Funeral services will be held Realtor, niter PL Its own beautiful bathroom. Beautiful 3-bedroom, 2 bath, 1 ln. room, nail to wall carpet,
9-5533, days PL 4-43431 Flat tile roof, wall to wall closets
Saturday, April 18th at 10:00
:
AM at the Range Memorial large built-in kitchen, modem built in kitchen, nil tile features, fenced yard, carport -
NO QUALIFYING Just move awning windows, etc. A bargain ,;
Chapel. in nice CBS home on 45 St., at $12,500 and $85! month. sprinklers, low prloo, good terms. :
tile roof, oak floors. Pay $950 Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave.

Mr. John Arthur Stephen of and take over 1 mort nge at PL 0-4371. Open evenings and Very largo 2-bedroom bath, modern kitchen, extra large
5801 NW 24th Ave., died on $83 month that pays all. Good Sundays.
April 12th, the victim of an buy. Call A. Ben-i' od, Realtor, Fin., room, screened barbecue patio, large yard, Rnnifto and
niter PL 0-5533 PL FULLY FURN. bed-
accidental drowning Mr. Stephen days Three
a native of Marion Ala- 1-3131 room CBS with separate: garage many extras, wall to wall carpet.

bama, had resided In the Miami awnings, stove, refrigerator 1
area for more than 15 2730 NW 57 ST., 2 Justness lots washing. machine, $300 Dn ACTION REALTYE.
His survivors Include his years.wife, 80x120, also a house that's not FHA terms!' and seller pays all
worth much but lots worth costs Life 4032
closing Realty, '
Elmer 2 sons 2 daughters his j'
mother;, Mrs ;Lucinda Stephen: the price of $5,500 total with NW 7 Ave., PL OM371 Open' Harry Denny 754.0483

2 sisters, Mrs. Julia Turner,; $500; down $15 weeklv. A. Ben- Sundays nnd evenings.
Korl Realtor niter PL 0-5533
,
Elizabeth Baker and Carolyn
PL 4-3431.
Joseph, and Daniel Stephen; days
his mother-in-law Mrs Annie
X09 MONTH all. Total FOR RENTNICE
Pittmanand several nieces and pays BEST BUYS IN TOWN
$9,600! $200 down, nice 2-
nephews. Funeral services will
bedroom CBS. close-In.: Bargain ROOM, phone 60 -3284.
be held Satt*day. at 12:00: FHA terms. A. Ben KorlReal LOW DOWN PAYMENT HOMES
Noon, at the Greater St, Mark'sTrinity
,DOWNTOWN AREA 1-bod-
tor nites PL 9-5533, days PL : ,
Baptist Church.Mr. 43431. room apt., utility, $18. efflclenrv -0-
$13. 1-bedroom unfurnished'
W7 NW 51 ST. $10,500. Reason $Hi. MIcklns Rental Agency, 4830 NW 3rd Avenue
Hudson Woods of 10000 ible down pavmpnt. Onen NE 4-0500.
NW 22nd Ave, in Opa Locka, house Sundays until sold riur- Open Sunday 2-6 p.m.

died at HIaleah Hospital, on April llth. Mr Woods well. bedroom front and hack porch. OPA-LOCKA AREA, I
a ,
known resident this 40x140. 2-bedroom ants, all utility $25, (carport, appliance, $12,300 total $71 month.
of area, Carport, furn or not.
1-bedroom S21, unfurnished 2- -O---'-
had come to Miami from his fruit trees, one block to 26 .
native Georgia over 40 years bm. Near Grand Way Quiet bedroom $18, 1-bedroom 'Us.Mlckln.CJ '
Rental NE 843 NW 63rd Street
Agency
ago. His survivors include his neighborhood Owner.

wife, Gertrude; one daugther, NI, 4-0500. 2-bedroom, dining room, jalou.!ed porch, carport,
Mrs Pearl Wilson; 3 grandchild- i '
Ten; 2 brothers; 5 sisters, including NO CLOSING COSTS. CBS duo FURNISHED APT '3-tdroom, uatio, appliance, washing machine. $9,000 total.
Mmes Rebecca Lewis f)1e'X'' 2-bedrooms each side. free water $20 per week, 1000 $74 month. We have key. You mutt ..ee.o .
and Billy Mae Williams; and Mle roof, appliances with MOO NW 47 St. Call 371-3022..
many relatives and friends. Mown you can live rent freeR CBS HOUSE 1-bedroom, half
Funeral services will be held the monthl payments: are bath, furnished, air cond,
Saturday, April 11th, at 3:00: only $8975! FHA forms. Life patio adult : onlv $25. PL 1369 NW 40th Street

PM, at the Range Memorial Realty, 4912: NW 7 Ave. PL 7-7255, 1352 NW 52 St. furnUhedv Front and?
rear
Chapel. 1-4371, Open evenings and Sun- 2-bedroom, completely

days. ,porch, dining room, storage room, carport. Only
MODERN Furnished room $9,000 ,total. $70 month. No qualifying. We have
with clean hath and nicely furnished
Mrs Bertha Williams' of 7fiO NEW AREA New area, 3- kitchen. key in office..
NW 75th Street, died 'at Jack. Vdroom, "1 hath CBS. beautiful BEAUTIFULLY Furnishedroom

son Memorial Hospltlal on only 3 vr'<1rQ old no quill'vlntr private bath private entrance ----a--
April 14. Mrs. Williams, a na- move right' In. Only $400 wall to wall carpet big .
'1850-2
St.
38th
of Illness. Mrs. Williams a na 'town. Prlvo out then call us.X520 walk in closet, 1855 NW GO t St. NW

tive of Gainesville, Florida, NW ?10 Terr. 2100 NW modern 2-bedroom each .Id..
CBS duplex, large
had been residing In the Miami 'U Ave. Fenster Realty, PL
area for 13 months. Her survivors '' -A77!). CLEAN ROOM. Call 631-3177 One completely furaUhed. 6 years new. You mutt

are: 7 sons, Cleveland. or 2768 NW 46 St.2BEDROOM" ee to appreciate. $16,000 total, $600 down.

Enis. Span, Hezeklah. Emlale ....
Charlie, and Lee Williams; 2 '-BEDROOM BEAUTY, Fla. -0600602 --
daughters, Mrs Emma Morrow room, nice yard FHA annrov- duplex apt. 3026
:and Nancy Tomblln; 1 brother, "d. carport. CBS, onlv $71: per NW 52 St. Stove- and refrigerator NW'' 69th St.
tirtnth. Drive bv then can 530vw > furnished. Call NE 4-4S81.
:Sunny Harris; and 2 sisters 4R St. Fenster Realty, CBS duplex, beautiful corner, 2-bedroom each ridfe.

:Mmes.Robinson.Mary Services Bowes will and be Susie held PL 9-8779. ROOM in nice home private. Completely furnUhed. $16,500 total, $600 down. No

2531 NW 55')/ St. NE 4-5744. closing cost
on Monday, April 20th, at 11:00: VBEDHOOM HOME, only 4-
AM, at the Mars 11111 Christaln quiet ,
vpars old, fenced, area -a ---
Church, with the Reverend C. lots of room, a little better LOVELY SMALL house $18,
P. Preston officiating.FRANCIS home, nice terms, 1850 NW fitSt. and one $20, to right 'MANY OTHER GOOD BUYSIT
Call 111 on thli' one, Fenster prefer someone small down
Realty, PL 9-8779. like to own home, weekly. PAYS TO DEAL WITH
navment. can be paid ,

Nassau NE 5-5566.
LOT, Village In famous SHELL REALTY BROKER :

RICHARD C. LUNER, Jr., 3- >:i Br"7 p Estate. Call CUTE 2-BEDROOM home. ,

months-old son of Margie Mc- 983-4022. Hollywood. Quiet area. $85 a month, un- Ave. 758-5551
NW 7th
4260
Collum of 1829 NW 2nd Ave., furnished. Fenster Realty PL

died April 11. Services were REAL STEAL. Spectators Invited 9-8779.
must see, newlv d held the chapel.
16 in
April
air cond. Immtnl-
d. 3-bedroom, ,
Other survivors Include his late down payment FURNI3B2D Efficiency. Free f .
occupancy water adults aale.man-A classified ad!
father, Richard, two grand- determine price, open, fl20 elf'Ctrlc1tand' St. PL 4-OOCO. Your silent
only, 77 NW 60
motb rs. lfii NW 6th Ave. phone 888-9955.:

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AND MERGER SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1964 PAGE 3 Liberia Gives


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burning Issues facing Y 10,000 Acres

the FSTA in their 74th annual
convention in Miami are the
National Teachers Examination -
and the proposed mergerof To BaptistsThe
county chapters of these
two Issues plus the greatest ;, f+ ,T-

array of 'outstanding speakersand philosophy of produc-
consultants to ever address x ; tion as advocated by the president -
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the body promises to __ of the National Baptist
make this 1964 session the live.
Convention, U. S. A., Inc., found
liest most Interesting and
,
ready and wide
largest ever held In the color r j response acceptation -
tLJA on his recent visit to
ful 74 year history of this educational r'r
Liberia. President
body. W. V. S.
Tubmian had already launchelthe
The controversial problems national program for his
revolving around the compulsory Republic called "Operation Production
National Teachers Examination S ," the aim of which is
Act passed by} the recent T W to have the Republic producemore
Florida Legislature Is expected ( of the essential things for
to. draw heavy fire both r I the nation's life and economy
from this body and the FEAas 7J r o'firi When Dr. Jackson appearedIn
?
bringing an undue hard- his office Monday morning,
ship on teachers, particularlyon April 0, and renewd the con-
that segment who have \ vention's request for 100,000
long years of experience.The ./ it acres of kind, President Tub-

other serious problems ; man immediately recognizedthe
facing the FSTA Is the mergerof 'f t constructive relationship of
white and Negro teachers tN the National Baptist program to
organizations on a County i his own.

level, already In effect In Dade ; Dr. Jackson had offered to
z. .
and in ,2
County proposed several .
: 't buy the land as had been the
other counties. .
,' vote of the National Baptist
The hot question In the pro- f \.", ., I Convention, but the chief executive
posed piecemeal mergers which : ', )/ I J'. of the Republic of Liberia

must /Ibe answered if the FSTAis .,..11.t'J,., .,: 1 +y said to him: "I agree with every
to survive is whether the --- --- --- word of your proposition and

FSTA County Units should Some of the participants In Palm Beach; D. Alfonso list Church, Tallahassee, for our government and country
still remain an effective the annual Law Institute sponsored Mc Ghee, FAMU College of civil rights; Dr. L. H. B. Foote appreciate the things that your
dues paying active unit after by the College of Lawat Law; Atty. Charles F. Wilson, and Mrs. Foote, for services to denomination has done and is
the merger, or should they Florida A and M University Pensacola' ; G. W. Conoly; the College of Law; Atty. still doing, and becouse of our
cease to operate as a separateand are pictured here. In the upper FAMU School of Agriculture; Charles F. Wilson, Pensacola, faith and confidence in this
distinct unit when the left photo, the Hon. Hiram R. Father David H. Brooks, rectorSt. for civil rights; Father Brooks, long-range program the con-
merger is effected.All Cancio, attorney general, the Michael's and All Angels for civil rights and Prof. R. L. vention may have 100,000 acresas
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Episcopal Church, Tallahassee; Williams, program director, a grant from this government -
mittees officers and standing com-of chats with Atty, Alfred, H. Tay Cornelius W. Grant, law librarian FAMU College of Law for pro ."
School Department Principals'wlll lor, assistant county solicitor, FAMU College of Law; the gram. planning.In .
Secondary Jacksonville 'and Atty. Thomas Hon. James Matthews, associ- Not only was this statement
hold meetings Wedneslay, Miller Jenkins, dean, Collegeof ate Opa-locka the lower right photo. made In the conference In the
April 22 at the Hampton Law,. Florida A and M Uni and Atty. Francisco Rodriquez, Atty. Nathaniel, Adams, 1- Executive Mansion, but the
House. versity. Tampa.In College of Law; Atty. Thomas written statement by the presi-
.1. Cunningham, West Palm
dent was given to' Dr. Jackson
t General sessions will begin In the upper right photo, left the lower left hand photoDr. Beach, and the Hon. James before he left Liberia.
Thursday morning at Bayfront to right, are: Atty. F. Malcolm George W. Gore Jr., presi- Matthews, associate! municipal
Auditorium with delegates Cunningham, West Palm Beach; dent, Fla. A and M, addresses judge, Opa-locka, check the While In Liberia as the guestof
hearing the annual reports af Atty. Horace D. Goode II, Pen the Law Institute banquet aud official Law Institute programfor the Baptist of Liberia and
President Cecil W. Boston and nacola; Atty Edward Rodgers, ience after presenting awardsto discussions and workshopsin I President W. R. Tolbert, who IB
Executive Secretary Dr. Gilbert West Palm Beach; Atty. Thomas Rev. C. K. Steele, Bethel which they are scheduled to vice president of the RepublicDr
d L. Portee. J. Cunningham, West Baptist Church, Tallahassee, for participate. Jackson visited and ad-
cssed: many other groups.
The annual banquet Thurs-
,night will feature address Among these was the Booker
day an -
by Mahlon Puryear, associate 'fob Training Teams Visiting High Schools I T. Washington School at Ka-
director of .the National kata where the United States
Urban League, New York. Pur- and the government of Liberia
year will speak on, "Are You A youth job finding team are working together in a con-
from the Florida State Em-
structive program In the fieldof
Teaching For Yesterday, Todayor .
Tomorrow?" ployment Service will be visiting education.
seven high schools during
'* the next two weeks interviewing
Mr. Puryear is recognized as -
a foremost authority in the taking applications for HI NO! 1048
areas of Job Placement, Indus- employment and testing senior
trial: Relations and Vocational students who will ,be- looking For Quality Building
t Guidance. His distinguished academic -I for work when they graduatein
1 ,background is augmented June, said Harry L. Tyson,
; with a wealth of experience Miami Metropolitan Area Man It PL 1.36041f
the PFES 1'
as a building contras; ager for
tor, :teacher, college adminis- Tyson said that the high
trator, advisor to U. S. Government schools to be visited in the v ax&iAM
and State Agencies and coming weeks are G. W. Car-
ver, April 17; Miami yyr -
with the National Urban Leaguein Norlandi A
several capacities since 1951. land, April 17; Rkt _
20; North Dade, April< 21; Hla- w u Y
At the Friday morning gen. leah, April 22 and 23; North
eral assembly the featured address Miami, April 24; and Northwestern rx"
will be made'by Dr.. Law- April 28.
rence Plotkins.', assistant I pro- Students who will be gradu LOT OWNERS!
fessor of psychology at New ating In June and will be looking \V. p'nn. guide' and advias
York City College speaking on, for work should contactthe l i ,
The Negro Student at Integrated Job finding team at their ,+ Your plans or ours
Colleges. school or call the Employment' ii
Service at 377-1411 for assis- :t Custom Built Home
Friday night the FSTA will tance with their employment p
present.,awards for outstanding problems. Attractive Additions
work in race ''relations to Nel- Tyson advises, these youths w,
son iPoynter publisher 'of the that the school year Is rapidly i c .. 'Quality Alterations

St. Petersburg Time. Dr. Rob- coming to an end and now is Good bank financing
ert ;Hayllng, Integration leaderin the time to get started on
St. Augustine; New York making preparations for finding -
State, Senator Constance Mot- a Job. Each year hundredsof ;A 4M a l&mmV aaQ
ley, counsel for the' NAACP, youth have to wait weeks
Dr. John W. Davis; director oteachers > before we can help them because a I @ffi 9ra;
information and security they failed to take advantage -
4 NAACP, and Father of this opportunityof Licensed InraredS3
i Theodore Gibson, NAACP lead. getting a head start on their
{ er i in Miami. Job finding efforts. 8 N,E. 7eth Street

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O her noted personalities
scheduled for remarks at the FOR RENTNew t
sessions are State Supt.
various\
of Public Instruction, Dr. 3-bedroom house Dugie's Guest House
Thwnas D. Bailey, Miss Ruth "The Man With a Smile" Is He was with Jackson,/Memorial I
Edlnger, President-elect National NORTH MIAMI BEACH Cedars of Lebanon Hospital'shead I Hospital for ten years and The house of unusual rooms
Education Association and of administrative service, made fast friends everywhere. I
Charles Bynum, national foundation Deposit Required Booker T. Todd, 5201 NW 24th Cedars proudly calls Booker Open 24 hours NE 4-3451
March of Dimes. court their "Good Will Ambassador"and Seeing is Bettering
,
'. MICKIN5 RENTAL Associated with the hospital report that many patients See for clean
--+f _-u AGENCY since their doors opened in November actually. send him fan mail us rooms
I : 1961, friendly Booker praising his work.
Jamaica
DOWN! Dugie
SLOW T. handles admissions of patients Also pretty proud of daddy Is always a
Hashing' :around smartly la on NE 40600In&I and usually Is on handto Mrs. T., and the children, Book. friend

proof of accomplishing much. bid them a cherry goodbyeas er Jr., 12; Jacqueline Yvonne.,. 2941 N.W. 47th St., Miami
,..Mar Btlter'?JN47' ,. --..,.. ------ they leave. 10 and Henry Philip 6..



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State Typing and
I SATURDAY, ARIL 18, 1964 PAGE IS Reduce payments Pay ill your bills $1000-$20 mo.
Shorthand Contest QuIck Confidential Service $2000-$30 mo.

The state-wide typewritingand Loans approved the same day $3000-$40 mo.
shorthand No Senrlc Charge whafooew ere' .....t ,M Mss.
Carver contest
G. W. NewsDCT Spring RegistrationApril sponsored
by the Business Education u
UNITED
NOTESOn Club and Gamma Rho Chapterof MORTGAGE. CO. oo :end

20-23 h the time sH Phi Omega PI, National FRanklin .......
9-2676 .
aside for the _
April 10-11, the srrlng Registration Business Education Fraternity 17th. Fl. CONGRESS BUILDING a
Education Association Cooperative of- rf first graders' for the will be held at BethuneCookman _____ Cell fw NprttMlotiv..-Nt bllgotloa ______
Florida held Its 11th annual 1061-03( : school year. College Saturday, April 18. :'1 ,

convention at Gibbs School in. Children! who w'll' be six There will lie a briefing ses-
St. Petersburg old on or before January: years 1, sum at 0:30: a.m, In room six. Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
The contests will
1905)( are those who begin promptly -
The theme of the conventionwas ter. may regis at 10 am., and should end
"Education for Employ- by 1 p.m.Charles. "MR. JACK"
ment An Economic Neces- Parents of first graders aria Cherry will serve as
sity." The students who represented asked to bring their children's testing administrator. FOR
Carver were: Gladys birth certificates. Children This year's new feature will STYLES FOR ALL AGES

Simmons, Viola Johnson Lula without birth certificates:: may I be a bookkeeping contest for The Very Latest in Men' Fashions
Hall, Eloise Fairfax, Yvonne be registered on a temporary students who have completedat
Gibson, James Falco, Willie )asls. least one year of bookkeep SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
James Washington, Perry An
derson. Parents, please go to the ing.Certificates will 'be Issued to ITALIAN SHOES
school nearest your home and all participants and trophies '
944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami Florida
There were nlso representatives register your child. will be given to first and second ,

of Dade County from winners.!!! ,
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Mays, Booker T Washington,
Dade. BTW Band In Planned Parenthood -g"S

Northwestern Highlights of and the convention North Annual ConcertThe >r Lecture May 16 New Homes Finest For Less

were: Greetings from/ Honor- BTW High Scnool Instrumental Dr Alan Guttmarcher, President 1452 NW 58th Terr. 1944 NW 49th St.
able Herman Goldner, -
mayor of the Planned Parenthood
of St. Petersburg; Floyd Chris- Is Music:; Department Federation of America will 1921 NW 50th St. (open 3 to S p.m.
presenting! Its annual
tian, superintendent board con-
of
Public Instruction, Pinellas cert on Monday night. April give Parenthood a lecture Association for the Planned of Dade ::3 large bedrooms, 2 baths,, garage, Florida room
County; and Thomas H. Roth. 20, at 8 p.m. In the school au- Sale 63rd St. lot. 10th Are.
ditorium. The program will County on May 10. In the Ba- I For lot 80 ft. on corner
child riculum director, Pinellas secondary cur- consist of selections from the hama Room of the Columbus ,and 49th Street. 100 feet.
County Concert Band the Junior Band, Hotel at 8:30: p.m. I
Schools. the Dance Band and an outstanding Plans are afoot to open a Cash paid for lots .' homes mortgage
Saturday night the main guest artist. clinic at 6241 NW 17th Ave., by
events were the convention September If enough funds can NEED MONEY? SEE;! BARON JE 8.1340

banquet and the annual DCT This program is being spon- be obtained. I:&:- ----
ball. sored My the BTW HlRh School
Band Parents Club, the Home --
Officers of coordinators association Room Teachers and the PTA.
for 1963-64 were: Admission at the door, children Friday of Roosevelt Savings!
25 cents and Adults 50
George Williams Jr., presi- cents.
dent; Eddie B. Bunyan Jr., vice; and every Friday Night
Lucylle Glymp, secretary; W. The purposes of this programare .
J. Anderson treasurer and as follows: To expose the .'.." ,
Chester V. Williams, editor of student body and the commu- "
DCT'er. nity at large to good music
symphonic, classical and Jazz
CARVER RATES :and to raise funds with whichto

SUPERIORThe buy uniforms, Instruments
and accesssories. 10,000

Carver Player, Thespian ,
Troupe 2115 rated superior at MAYS NEWS !j the FISDA Drama Festival,
,
held at Florida A&M Univer- I.J H ')tJ Mt.
T. B. Bowman turned In a ..'f ,
sity.The wonderful pitching performance .,. v//".
.group gave a magnificent Monday, as he hurled his "
performance of "Gloria team to a 0-4 victory over the
Mundi," by Patricia Brown. Attucks High School baseball ',"',.ffj
Receiving special awards for 'earn. This was the fifth game ;
their outstanding performanceswere of the season.
: Carol Davis, and Ralph GREEN STAMPS
Dykes. Mays rallied In the first Inning -
< by scoring 5 big rung The
The cast consisted of six ''ead off man, Leroy Staggers,
characters who were Carol hit a single to left field, Edward .
Davis, Ralph Dykes, Betty Gad-
SImms followed with a triple,
dis, Lillie Fluellen, Laverne ,
which scored the first run, Bobby '
Odums and Vernon Small. Brown singled In SImms for ... FREERXJ'

Everyone played his role he second score of the game, I .
"well. The director of this fine Sammy Snow followed Brown
group is Mr. Clarence D. with a triple and the next two I
Brown. men up In the batting order hit ,',
afely which brought In the
IDEAS FOR THE :MODERN third,, fourth and fifth runs AWARDED AT 7 PM-BE HERE-YOU MAY BE A WINNER I I
MISS Mays scored the sixth run In
Miss he final Inning of the game. Just visit Roosevelt Savings any time prior to award to enter your name. No trans.

Pattern Sue Commentator Stowell, Simplicity The Poetry Reciting Contest action necessary. Three big prizes In Green Stamps, redeemable, for merchandise
presented -
ended this week ag eight girls
the the females at Carver' with ind one boy walked victoriously of your selection. aiMB eMBBMfc \ .
new fashions for 64.
off the auditorium stage with acoount
The grOUps were as follows: cheerful smile on their face tor 150
Beginners Twigs" "Branch The first place winner In the Stamps ,2150 aocount
Out in Separates," "Apple area of Ballads was Faye Baton tOO green tor aocounteOO
Blossom Jumpers," "American second place went to Bar- green Stamp ,,600
Casuals Bough In," "Sown for Sara Leonard, while In the areaf stampS tor quarterly\
Fun" and "Budding Beauties. ) Patriotic Poems Qulla Har 1000 Green and compounded
The grove was awarded first place dividend patd s

:Smithson models, Gall Garrett were, Malin.Mary ind Beverly Jackson second, In of A'A" current .r.1n df, United States I
the
In
meantime. area
da Powell 'he any \\.oan Assn
Brenda McAfee, from &
Ras s
Emotions Mildred Sating
'Gwendolyn People and 01 it1 ltoOJvett
Boss, J a net t e ler to
Payne, Luvenla Holmes, Jan- Hall and Wanda Ferguson walk- trans mont
free
:ice Hill, Jessie Goldsmith, ?d away with first and second 01 every tstlb.
:Emily Swain, Anna Reba lace respectively.The .. the 20th trol11 the
Starkes winners! In the area of dividends
Pamela Brown, CandlJarla Save earn ..
Quesada, Patricia Wil Ufe's Endeavors were Carrrie
'liams, Diane Keels, Cynthia Ferguson, first and Barbara Miami's 100% Inkarated savings Inatltutlonrs
Fullard, Earnestine Jackson, Collier second. And In the last
Marvis Hcx ge, Willie Jean Bell, category the winner was Wil
'Gall Robinson Lula McDanlels, fred Louis Harrington, the boy. q ROOSEVELTSAVINGS

Mary'Troutman, Sharon Moore.
Betty Bellum, Peggy Hill and v + LOAN
Annie Ruth Watson. Nona Beth! !, Carver's Student """"' ASSOCIATION

NEW ATTITUDES FOR Coundl president-elect, was'

NEW CHALLENGES voted State parliamentarian. + 4415 N.W.7*AVMM,Miami Florida fan 75f 4451
Four of the newly elected state .
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New Attitudes for New officers hall from District 12 ,
Challenges" was the theme of of the State Student Council. Your account SAW BY MAIll SEND YOUR CHECK WITH THIS COUPON I
the Student Council Conven- While participating In discussion I I ROOSEVELT SAOTNM A IOU ASSOCIATION
tion which Carver Student groups, school councils MB ....711I AWMM,MiMlr rbfUcCtafltmwAtticWIsiBytliKlttotNsmoiiirtctl. I
Councilors attended at Dlllard discovered they had mutual INSURED I ; : ,..fbn.opt.a sequel
High School In Ft. Lauderdale. problems such as noise on the h UN MM shorn Mow n4 mA.M ny passbook,slfMtw card,tad via sumps.OTHQ I
Carver's delegation left on corridors, school dress, and up to $10,000 I ..
Thursday afternoon and returned Individual student attitudes. by on agency of the I ,, -- I
Saturday afternoon Carver's delegation Included: U.S.Government I NAME IF JOINT ACCOUNT .
after participating in discussion Roland Daniels, Council president ADOM" '
Mona Bethel, Linda Williams I J '.'sl,1
general assemt- ;
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p1ieR, dances groups and picnics. Patricia Grttn and Caria (HONE WNIEP .._.. ._ r.... ,:'w r
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. .J r.- contest" on "World Understand
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PAGE '16 SATURDAY, APRIL 18, '1964 1 IH AND) AROUND. THE BAHAMAS by with the,her club Pan and American will go to ticket the-

n World's Fair in New York in
July as guest of the Rotary
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Club of East Nassau.
W. H. Stuart 'Hall, 44, Immi- Nassau this year. Police are Anne Damianos won second
gration Officer since 1954, 'retired investigating. place, a''bicycle; and Margaret
on March 31, after 25 years Rose Charlow third l, ''a beautiful -
{ SpearingWith' service with the governmentMr. transistor, radio;.
Hall entered the Customs v* I;''''' 4'', ,r,1)
, Department In 1939 at the age The recent: outbreak of polio '''-
of' 16. Fourteen years later he was described as "not an Willie Lourene
I SportsBf wqs transferred to Immigration epidemic' Eleven of the cases J,
r : and''a year later was appointed were all located in tha Kemp .mow Hopkins'
Immigration Officer thehighest Road, Grove and Fafrlngton
uAR1tr'8rrEAn'; 'S: :,.ptet,In the department. Road areas, Nassau. A massive '
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TV
'Jo. :, ,*! polio Immunization plan Repair Shop '
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v has been carried out in New f
'ffir$: Leta Musgroye, 60, of Providence and the Out Islands ,RADIOS AND HI-FI'S
APRIL 20 TEAMSTERS a whip; He showed- itvl a'8 t' Farringtonljldad( Nassau, died and every precaution has been
Friday. at the 'Princess*;Margaret Hospital taken. vaccine brought AND YOUR FAVORITE
UNION NITS AT PAN ',- ; ..t t.>*Uit. 'tl-Af: : ) ,t t'Big' t' inuies'after her*arrival. from the United was Kingdom and RECORDS

AMERICAN BD Keely, originally. on March 31.: She and.Mrs. R. Miami. All the schools were
Sinclair/were walking 5001) NW 22nd Ave.
from Boston, who fought; ', in T." on closed. (
Buddy Pack has PoInciana Drive when ,
Promoter they *
the early 1900's arpun Con- Free pick and delivery
Valliant who down up
paired Doug other were knocked 'by a car
necticut New York end
.fought Carlos Ortiz twice, once states such, boys as, Al Rood, 'driven..bY:; Rudolph Binder, a Veronica Symonette, ""a 16- Service Calls $1.50
for the lightweight champion- Frankie Carpenter, Joe Stolsel, 25(*year pld: plumber. ,?.. year old student of Western
of the world 15 rounds Phone
ship Secondary School, won first'prize :
Big (Boy) Burlop, Gordon Mrs Slnc lair ,was slightly
lightweight
Mackey,
against Jimmy ) 1 In the Bast
on April .
Munce, Frank Johns, Jack ;Ma- Mrs 6349484
champion of Florida. injured. : Musgrove was Nassau or 634.9672
loney, Jack Douglas,., ,:Dan, the..fourth; traffic fatality in Rotary Club's essay
This should lie an Interestingbout. Bright, Bud Gorman and"lW-: .....-- .
Besides a good supporting merous others. Ed (had a',had ," u '
card there will be four time getting fights. He was Ibe -I'd actually be signed by Attention!! Attention!! ..
other bouts. Main event ten Ute only heavyweight south- somebody.If .
rounds. Come early to obtain a paw around In those days. He Ernie hadn't been fortu-
good, seat. Buddy: Is expectinga was managed by Gentleman nate enough to have a good SEE THE FABULOUS NEW
sellout. John O'Brien who had long lawyer friend "who I'd rather
hair like a musician. How they not name," (he'd be working as
shows he has together
The put
used to kid him about his hair.
a farmhand 'with an American
since opening night that's have Ed is 67 Tears of age_ and League club Instead of for the :"Sunshine Homes"
all been humdingers why
makes bds'l1ome here in Miami. National League Phillies to- ,
he !packs them in.
day.

Monday, April 13 main event PATH CTJT8 YARO8HUK ON Ernie received a bonus of -'II Now Open For Public Display
10 rounds between Lino' Ar-: $10,000 to'sign with the Phil
menteros and Scatterhawk Her THIRD FOR MARLINS lies. T. .
Dixon should have been Ernie Yaroshuk, the sturdy The Marlins arrive in Miami
a man TV show. It'was so great. Action :- blond boy who grew up in a Friday, open the FSL season
Sun. From 1 to 5 P.M.
from beginning until the small house not more than a against Fort Lauderdale at Miami -

ref, Mike Kaplan stopped the good line drive from Miami Stadium'. next. Monday
bout, 19 seconds of the 9th Stadium, must have been des night .
tined by fate or somethingelse
round to save Dixon more
punishment. equally as strong, if n o tspooMiami's These new homes, have everything you
to play' third base !
Dixon claims he was not Marlins'in'the' Florida want, Mr. and Mrs. Home Buyer. See
hurt and could have gone the State League this, summer.
distance. There have been so Sitting on the porch of the them. '
many accidents In the last few Magnolia Hotel spring train-,
years, the ref did what bethought best. Therefore stopped Philadelphia Phillies' minor
I,, the fight. The rest of the league players '- Yaroshukwas Location of these new homes:
show had plenty of action telling yesterday about F
how he came to be a rookie S.' S .
OM TIME HISTORY professional baseball'' player."I .

AND STORIES big dreams was Just of another playing Kid profes-' with 5221 N.W. 5th Street

sional baseball this time last [
News Boy Izzy Bandrlmer, year," started Ernie.' "But
i formerly of Jacksonville, now, wlhen I finished' with a .451

J making and his played home baseball here. He with boxed University batting average of Miami for team last year's some 3041 N.W. 69th StreetEXCLUSIVE
ReElectED
, the House of David Stars all major scouts began talking to 0
the USA. He at
over fought
and I
me began thinking
the old Dinty Moore's, 'Miami may- BY

Ave. and 1st St. which then ..... ..... ..
'-" -, I MASON
was Ave. D and 11th St. Flag- L
ler was 12th St., 12th Ave. : was News Realty
Lawrence Drive. Sale Cars Sale TO THEFLORIDA

He also boxed at the Old'Fair PUBLIC 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 40655EDISON

Building, one-time National ,PAY HERE UTILITIES COMMISSION
Guard headquarters at, the old .. -
Royal Palm Park which' IS*now -
," \ Bayfront Park. Also t taught BUY HERE ,* RmlcUnt of Dad County
the ferry going to Soyth'Beech. tins 123

, I There was only. one" bridge A&Y AUTO SALES rrocricwl taw and Saved! SPECIALS,
,
crossing, the Miami''" 'River, 'tJ:'at SMdal t Anttfant to \
known as the Collins Bridge, ;:r t- : II tits. U. >i..AHom y In

an old' 'wooden one. You/,can' 1482, NW 36th( Street .1 Dade cow,/I Open Sunday I 2.6 p.rii., ,

see how times have changed., I ), *.foinMf Member' ,of t ',
J I
The Miami Dally !'iews'was NO CREDIT. '. BAD CREDIT ,:JNii! Cownly,CommWonJ rI"'
then called The Metropolis// V. .' '. .* Y_ w'laW and 1- 445 NW 45th Street '- lovely CBS comer" home.

Izzy fought 'from "'1917* to : $25 'Down) pros.."" public aeMce No qualifying, FHA mortgage already place. $88.

1025. Greats In those days were Now wing es chairman month pay all. -. .Jk?$...,.
of I
Florida PublIc UtifitiM
One-Round Mc-
Hogan Red
Gloughlln, Red Hem., ,Jack Sale Cars Sale ._' Cen.nt- slonyw a, '; .. t tf.r.r. .,
.
Abel and many others, ,,/" ,....,, :
I I 1t; _.... "1&. !! a. Re-E/ecf/ ED MASON 2-544' NW 45th Street, 3-bodroom, CBSbome.

I i': '1)<< had That dancing time -the a old dime Elsie a,dance.Pier, I W'I Mi..ra-l..I.DJ--:---: Experienced and Proven $250 'down" FHA. $73 month;? "- ,

....- ..... < eaaership tor Flordoi r ',, ,.." '
i ,
'
, : :
Izzy was an all around atbI 'r : : .1 'r I"
.
.
"
lete. He Is .- J..J. J. j s "
; I
retired and t
biasing '
,I the Miami Martina.' He is .J'fl I I"J'. ... 'f., ." .. t ,l _,.. ,. .". :3-706?NW 52nd Street. Duplex, furnished. Almot, ,

known'from coast to toast and \ : : ... ,new, corner. $450 down,) FHA $78 month.
1 ; '"
I has piled up'quite 'a-r,+cord for SB': 1nJER-ifs .i i ',-
./ himself. .
(-' r ir.ti '"
.r-S )*nthllri'eliit:.. ; 4-505 NW 47th Street, 3-bedroom CBS home plus
Lew U>-'l ",h, I' 'i.+ .. '..4tiNew
,
McReynolds organised (:; ,, 2-becCroom CBS furnished house terms.
,
SM W DOWN'1P-A" U
the first ,, _
T boxing commission in .. ,
'
.
t' Miami and made ..r'!i -*>, Ti I
a
great 'suc :
'
custom-built
3-bedroom home
cess of it.
I / '. 1 ... '5-528 NW 47th Street, four CBS unit*. A! real
Tile Roof -;'iVrraxio. F o rt-l ,Central H at'
: : maker. : '
Lsten to 8111 Durney daily '" i't1.." ... :' ..,- money :
, J : with; wags and Sonny? Hirsch All th.Bat6I i! ; ; ; V"'tT'f. ctol7'Kltch n.' -o---; ," .
I with WIOD for..boxing baseball., t .
and all other sports. BuUt-tn Oren"_... Tile;.11. -- Garage 6-536 NW 47th Street four CBS furnished units,

1 n ', 2-bedroom, house forbuy: r. Let tenants pay off
WImJ
Awning ttty '
-- wr Water
.
Willie, Pastrano, lightheavyvweight ; :'. .. ; mortgage.
champion of the 'world ..., 'tEirr.. '
looked juit.aa mentioned, defending ,, -1'",;;.. EDISON REALTORS
his crown last ',Friday 2901 NW 50th St., Mianii \
night against Gre orJo' Peralta. i
,He'S'howed. he, was a: mj
.champ and not.one,of the powder "'. 'OR CALLa MR.",-.J.MURRAY UN '6.1331' 175 N.W. 62nd St. 751-2441:
puff !fighters that: tit has :BU.iLoER
been called--so "of ten/He": 'la":9 ., indf I

boxer, scholar_ ,I ,nUb, (*)$*;; ,.M, .....
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