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Title: The Miami times
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Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 25, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
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General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
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YEAR, No 33 MIAMI; FLORDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1964 V S X EN PAGES -- to CENTS




Rev. King Brings- SCLC 5O&jjjI, Jacksonville |I


About 30Ck iegc 7008marched rogation. A group of 30 shooka
peacefully through Jacksonville car carrying newsmen after
Wednesday in a city- the parade, and another car
authorized .protest against seg- with newsmen was hit My a

Movement to Florida was soft drink injured.bottle, but, no one

Rutledge Pearson state
president of the NAACP, told
when learned
The Rev. Martin Luther King,, W nesday. The first state participate NAACP they had watered the group at a riverside rally
head of the Southern Christian organization was set up in Orlando that the The Talla- outside the city auditoriumthe
Leadership Conference, with a month ago, with the down the program.of CORE drop- march\ showed the Negroes
headquarters In Atlanta Ga., Rev. Leon Lowry, frontier hassee chapter and the Gainesville could be peaceful in time of
arrived In Tallahassee Monday NAACP state president, as ped out,of the NAACP protest.ed w rc y IS crisisSuitsAgainsi.
afternoon to continue organizing leader. chapter
the action of the leaders so
a statewide network of Chapters have been organized bitterly that the national
non-violent civil rights troop- since then in Augustine NAACP reportedly ,revoked its
and in the St. Petersburg-Tanv- S
ers.The meeting lasted through pa area. charter.It expected that five __ 1
was
I The Rev. David H. Brooks, thousand persons would have
pastor of St. Michael's Churchin taken part in the march; but
p ti Tallahassee said interestedin King has not more than 2,000 did. Cafe BiasDisinissed
become Increasingly ChristianIle .
The Southern .
spreading the .influence of ,
adsrship ..Conference.tjouid: "
the SCLC, Florlda'.amcethe\ :;
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latest violence in Jacksonville possibly 1. os peacemaker >e-
and St. Augustine, tweet the two organizations.

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"He feels that violence is

likely to Wreak out where there The suit of four Negroes trying -
has been no specific trainingin Demand For"Negro to force Integration of two
non-violent protests, Brooks I
b'yA' L' Miami restaurants was dismissed -
by Federal Judge Emett
said.Workshops in how to protest Causes this
Talent Choate week.
JAMES HICKS of 2440 NW
love" will be held during -
"with
the three-- Brooks said. extended period of illness. filed against Burns' Grill 1044
Labor Shortage Mr. Hicks will be well remembered -
King, who expects to leave NW 17th Ave, and Megge'sRestaurnnt"
Tallahassee Sunday night will by all Mlamians hav- 1018 NW, 30th St.
at Bethel Baptist Church. Big corporations, in their ing beers; an outstanding Photo- The suits' claimed that both
Ills speak associates, Rev. Ralph rush to head off charges of grapher in Miami for a great incidents occurred, last Feb-
Abernathy Rev. C. T. Vivian racial discrimination, are creating number of years. He owned ruary. -
T. Walker of At- a labor shortage among and operated the Hicks Photo
and Rev.and W Rev. James Law- talented Negro business and Studio on NW 8th St., for more The ,Judge noted that the
K lanta,
than 25 He was mem- accommodations clauseis
Nashville, expectedto professional men. years. public
son of workshop uare going. ber of the Greater Bethel one, of the most hotly con-
1 keep the Searching for a qualified : Church. He is survived by sever. tested sections'of the civil
Some civil rights workers Negro executive a corporation i! al brothers, one of whom U rights bill now in Congress, '
Cecil W. Boston principal of regard the SOLC as a compro- good bet when William Patrick the Revi; Fred Hicks, assistant and added "Let's see how this
Jones High School in Orlando mise organization with the complained' that it. missed 'a : pastor of:'Greater' Bethel AME thlmr 'worka 'out,there. I' havean
and president of the Florida aggressiveness of CORE and resigned from Detroit's com- j Chursh and other relative idea Congress will find a
State Teachers' Association now the social recognition of the mon council to take a legal Funeral services were held way to protect 'the'rights. of
in session at Dinner Key. has NAACP.A position with Michigan Bell Thursday, April 23 both sides.
predicted that this might' be split in Florida betweenthe Telephone Co.
the final segregated annual NAACP and- CORE has. "We thought about Bill, but I
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meeting of state educators. Negro been growing, especially since didn't approach him becausewe the Ebcnezer Methodist Church
teachers from throughoutthe the 'march on Tallahassee"which' dldn t suspect he would be at 4 p.m.
state are in attendance at CORE dropped out when willing to leave public office "
the FSTA meeting. the NAACP refused toftp! all one of the corporation's officials -:
The Florida Education Association the way 'to the capital''lftl. >-unds said.
also in session here to make its protest. Before Patrick could get':

and made up of white teach- dissension did the marchno settled in his new office, Sar-
is expected to pass a pro- The him for
ers Eight bus loads of gent Shriven borrowed Irk.h
today to drop the racial good. the ad-
posal CORE1 participants from the six months to help get
bar by deleting the word canceled their ministration's war on poverty
ond Miami area
the charter
"white" from
to Tallahassee to organized.
by-laws. plans to go

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Lambda Sorority, visits Gamma BONNIE M. FLOYD ,

Alpha Chapter, Miami, on Sunday .,. BiulacftMi BtndeotMRS.
April 26 for its'- Recognition /

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In. observance of Its 35th annual *
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celebration Gamma Alpha /
.The contest was climax Chapter will present to t b e
. Story of, Mu. Cinderella Contest with its annual Cinderella Ball, citizens of this community Its
Princess Karen L. Forbes, which was Held April 16 ii: selection of the outstanding 1
lovely ladles shown 1 up ; the Bay.. and student
The Dianne Stratllng, Miss the Caribean Room of business woman man -
Princess:
above are the winners and run- Park Auditorium wlu the DELL BRAYNOJC
Cinderella; Nera Roberts second front of year. MAY )
in 'the' Miss Cinderella ,students from t h .
ners-up 500
Contest They are from left to attendant first attendant.; Gwendolyn over various chodl: in attendance., The pn gram ,will be ,held at $1115511 Woaa4

Bright: ,Shirley Owens, Runners- Armstrong, '





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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. 5 Miami Students To Mock ConferenceAt sermon.

PAGE 2 SATURDAY APRIL 25, 1964 Work at World's FairAs Metropolitan. Presiding of the elders district from will all be

the New York World's here: Crocodile Creek Skeeter
Fair excitement among For the first time In 20 Creek, Cold Water Flat Fish
some Flordla A&M University years a mock conference will Creek Monkey Jungle} No
students mounts. These are be presented by Metropolitan Man's Land, Frog Puddle
Urban League Announces students who have received AME Church, 1778 NW GOth I Grasshopper Bend and One
word ,from Brass Rails, Inc., St., Rev. Williams, pastor. Hop Junction

that World's they 1 have Fair'been hospitalityaides acceptedas I Don't miss "Bishop Hard !' The "conference" is Sunday

ExaminationsACCOUNTANT beginning April 22. Knock" who will be presiding.The morning, April 26. Come and
Civil Service presiding elder will be b Q with us. You will laugh until -

The FAMU Placement Bureau I Yogi Bear from Snake Junc you cry.
directed by the Rev.
I years of progressive reinforced engineering Clinton C. Cunningham, an- .....
In the design of
this week that 57 more
((1)) Residence: concrete nouned
Requirements: concrete, prestressed students from the Tallahassee
Open Competetive: Risident of and steel structures; or grad- campus have been notified of I; Unlipfiir .K...-viss(! )United sSteslewtt+.wraIWodd9F.trwd/a9dsGerpera b?
Dade< County for one year priorto uation from an approved engi- their acceptance as World'sFair k aL
date of examination. of four g. yt
neering curriculm yearsor aides. Twenty
hospitality
2. Age: Applicants must four of
more, plus years students reported last week
have passed their 21st birth- structural dl km engineering that they had been accepted. ,
day. experience; or high school grad Five Miami students who reported I

3. Education and experience: uation with tne attainment of this week that, they
Graduate from high school, In. a current Fla. Certificate as have been accepted at the Fair
eluding or supplemented by E7IT, plus total of ten (10)) or included: Marie Davis, Phyillls
full time paid experience -
courses in bookeeplng and commercial more years J. Johnson, Janice Maycock
subjects; plus three ((3)) in structural design;l Marcus Smith and NaomiShorter. '
school graduation plus
or high .
full time paid exprlence
years full time
eleven years or more
In bookkeeping; or a bachelor'sdegree in
..
paid progressive: experience
from an accredited college engineering work in structural State Baptists In
or university with a majorin
accounting, (a minimum of design 85th Session

24 credit hours in accounting) 3. Salary: $G17 $785.
An associate degree or a certificate FIREMAN Messengers from all parts of
in accounting from an accredited the Sunshine State convergedon -
college or universitymay Requirements (lResldentofDade ) Fort Lauderdale April 5-
be substituted for the County. I 12 to be In attendance at the
abve exprience up to a maximum 85th Annual Convention of the ) '
of two years. 2. Age: Applicants must State Baptist Convention, Dr. <
4. Salary $399 $509. have passed their 21st birthday, J. A. F FInlayson, president.
but must not have reached their
ACCOUNTANT III 29th' birthday at time of exami The parent body assembledat s
Requirements: ((1)) ResIdence. nation. First Baptist Church, Rev.J. .
Open Competitive: Resident of S. Toomer, pastor. The wo-
Dade County for one year priorto 3. Education: High School men, led by President Susie C.
date of examination. graduation. Holley, were at Mt. Olive Rev.G. .
2. Age: Applicants must E. Weaver, pastor. The
have passed their, 21st birthday. 4. Height and Weight: Mi
3. Education and exprience: nimum. 5..,ft. 7 In. 133 Ibs. Maximum .- Young People's Department,
uner the leadership of Dr. C. Al
Graduation from an accredited : 0 ft. 3 In. 202 lbs
S. Felder, was housed at Mt.
college or university and with abachelor's 5< Medical Exam.: A rigid Hermpn AME Church. The
degree thirty ':physical examination Is required Laymen. Ushers and Choir Con-
hours
(30)) credit in accounting,
vention at St. Luke Rev.
In order to qualify for appointment was
time
plus three (3)) full
years R G. Hall
paid experience in professional to this position. pastor.

accounting or professional level I 1 G.Visual Acuity: 20-30 each President FInlayson was Indisposed -
municipal accounting. Three eye separately, without cor- : and could not be
((3)) additional accounting credit recting lenses of any kind, Including present, but Vice Presidents, A.
hours may be substituted for contact lenses. With B. Coleman, J. E. McCreary,
each year of experience up toa glasses! 20.20; no contact lenses. J. F. Myers and L. W. Goram
maximum of ((2)) years. Depth perception within normal played' their part with dIstinc-
4. Salary: $534 $679'' limits tion.
CIVIL ENGINEER II (Struc- In Fine Whiskey. .
tural) 7. Character: Applicants must Inspiring and informative
Requirements ((1)) Promotional pass a stringent character investigation messages were delivered, and
: Permanent Civil Ser- to qualify. choirs from as far away as Pen- FLEISCHMANN'Sis
vice status as Civil Engineer I Other: Must be able to swima sacola and Daytona Beach were
plus the following qualifica- minimum of 75 yards. Must on hand to add zest to the
tions, will be considered as taking have or be able to qualify fora session. The spirit of harmony the BIG !
this examination for promotion Florida driver's license. and true fellowship prevailed.A buy
Note: A complete Athletic .
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2. Education and exprience: Test, (Including swimming) is number of prominent visI- )
Open Competitive. Either graduation before appointmentwill tors, Including Miami's Mayor willIeIyotwhyl
from an approved engi- be made. Robert Kind High, graced the 7he lid 7 ge .
neering curriculum of four ((4)) For further Information con- assembly. The Mayor received .
years or more, plus Florida contact T. Wlllard Fair 395 vociferous applause at the closeof
Certificate of EngIneer-in NW 1st St., Miami, Fla. before his address, and tne conven ,8 O
trainingplus three ((3)) April 29. tion unanimously endorsed his
I for governor of (tCNDED WHISKEY 86 PROOF 68% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
Florida in the forthcoming THE..fLEISCHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION YORK CITY


Former.'Recprding SecretaryTSeeks election.Dr.. R.. W. Puryear, president 4S.S.tio o.oo.
I !! of Florida Memorial College


State Teachers Post ', choir.school presented, A accompanist the substantial cause by amount of the his STAR MEAT MARKET

for the annual convention. of money was sent to Florida
Memorial and pledges were

Shannon Is a cannon, hitting' made to meet the emergency 1520 N.W. 62nd
Street
many targets at the same time. budget of $203,000 which becomes .
Striving to amplify and expand due on May 31.
the present lines of com All officers were reelected.The .
munication between FSTA 1964 session of the conven
and "grass roots" constituency, tion will meet In Daytona THE MARKET WITHE COURTEOUS SERVICE
seeking to strengthen and defend Beach.
teacher competency and -+-

continuing the vast progressive Free Chest XRaysThis
program of FSTA are among Fresh
the plans revealed by Mrs. WeekFree Meat-Low Prices

Shannon for implementation. chest x-rays will be I

Endowed with the Ingenuityto available on the Christmas Seal] oecooooc cooooooo oooooo SSSSS
(propel Into varied professions Mobile Chest X-Roy Unit of
fill leadership roles in the Dade-Monroe Tuberculosisand
her church as well as in the Respiratory Disease Association ,
entire AME Connection and, for all Dade County I Free hair and
engaged in regular classroom residents 18 years of age andover scalp

duties are marks of well-round- ,at the following locations: consultation with
ed and purposeful:; goals. Thursday. April 23 Central every
Bank and Trust Co., 1313 NW
I Mrs. Shannon has been the 36th St. Hours 10 a.m. 1 1 pm purchase. Wigs, indi
recipient of the FSTA service and 2 .m.
MRS. MARIAN SHANNON I plaque, the 19G3 Zeta of the April 24 Air International vidually shaped and ..
Year and cited as a career
3300 NW 59th Ave.
Taking advantage of the teacher In I960. At present, she Hours 11 ajm. 2 p.m. and 3 styled by Ella Moncur.
vast experience In ten yearsas is pursuing professional advancement p.m.-6 p.m.Monday .
the recording secretary for at the University of April 27 Texaco Payment plan.
the Florida State Teachers As- Miami. Service Station, 2401 NW 62nd
sociation, Mrs. Marian Harris St. (for Jolllvette Senior Day
Active in professional organizations -
Shannon, teacher of social Center). Hours 1 p.m.-4 p.m.
Mrs. Shannon is a
studies of Booker T. Washington -
and 5 pjm.7 pan. TheatricalBeauty
life member of the American
High School, Miami, is bidding Teachers Association member Tuesday. April 28 TJndsey r9 t
for the office of presIdent- of National Association of Hopkins Education Center, 1410
elect of FSTA. Journalism Advisers, NEA, NE 2nd Ave. Hours 10 am.1
SalonELLA
Holding leadership positionsin CSPA and ISPA Journalistic p.m. and 2 p.m.-5 p.m.
various organizations, Mrs. Association. She is building rep- Wednesday, April 29 Edl-
Shannon has developed a degree resentative to the' Dade County son Court Senior Day Center,
of talent and resource Classroom Teachers AssocIation 6200 NW 3r1 Ave. Hours 1 pm.- MONCUtt, Prop.
be of untold valueto 4 pan and 5 p.m.-7 p.m.
which can
a member of the Classroom '
has served as Thursday, April 30 Lind-
the office. She Mrs. Grace
state chairman of the Committee Teacher Department of sey Hopkins Educational Center Ferrell McRae Mrs. Carolyn V. Latlmer
local I NEA and the National Councilfor 1410 NE 2nd Ave. 8 a.nu-: Mrs. Leana Andrades
of 100, for two years; 11 a.m. and 12-3 pjm. .
llason for TEPS Committee of the Social Studies. Friday May 1 P and 0'' 2625 N.W. 55th Street
NE 5.2821
FSTA, a member' of the registration l Shannon, the Cannon, for Steamship Co., Pier 2 9 a.m-
and steering committee FSTA president-elect. 12 and 1 pjn.4 pjn.



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ra:. L I SATURDAY:, APRIL 25, 1964 PAGE




fft Fla. NAACP Blasts


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+ Holland Praises High

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In a blunt "voter education

liff---- report" Saturday, the Florida
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NAACP criticized Sen. Spes-

__ sard Holland and praised Miami -
Mayor Robert King High.
The report was not an endorsement
by the executive
committee as the NAACP is
not allowed to endorse candidates -
under its national char-
ter. However, It made the con-
cclusion very easy for anyone
L- who would read between the
i: + a lines.
,FyF Louis O. Harper, its author,
said- at a meeting here, that the
report will be distributed to
all the 57 chapters, and the
race for state attorney and review -
1 1 of the Republictn candi-
These seven smiling coeds I distinguIshing mark of the new Army ROTC; Brenda Dennis of date will be added, and other
adorn the cover of the current breed of campus queens at Ho Berkely, Calif.. Alpha Phi Earl haircloth, opponent of
Issue of the Howard University ward. The queens and the Omega fraternity; Langhorno parts amended.
Magazine and are featured organizations over which they Jefferson of Lynchburg, Va., The group was addressed by
in its lead article. They are the reign are ((1 to r) Melvia Hud Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity; James Kynes for state attor
University's 1063-64 queens. son of Pensacola, Fla., Phi Carol Spencer of Baltimore, ney. Mayor High was Invited
Aside from their obvious pul- Beta Sigma fraternity t Margaret Mr., Air Force ROTC and Mar- to speak, according to the Rev.
chritude, each of the young Dodson of Fieldale, va., Kappa I sha Pippin of Washington, D. C. MRS. ETHEL GRAHAM I Theodore Gibson, but was not
ladies is outstanding in several Alpha Psi fraternity; Lydia Omega Psi Phi fraternity and present.
phases of campus activity, a Johnson of Washington, D. C., also Homecoming Queen. Pushes Cancer Drive The report emphasized the
relation of the various candi-
Beyond $2,000 MarkThe dates and stated, "we have
A Lesson be Learned based our analysis on the past
to Cancer Drive recently accomplishments of the political
I closed in this community, has candidates rather than on
far exceeded the Income anticipated the promises that have been
by the fondest well- made." -
From JacksonvilleThe wishers. In other years, the Rutledge Pearson, NAACP
contributions as registered in president, said() it would be
the Negro community have recommended that each local i I
Southern Regional Coun. almost 500 firemen as special leaders may have wanted' to never reached the $1,800 mark. chapter prepare a similar re- '
cil says In Atlanta that the officers. show they were not happy with However, the 1001 drive has port on the records of local
next six months will be packed BURN BLAMES ENEMIES what his l ear-old administration already climbed to the niltimehlKh candidatesIt
with crisis and decisions on had produced for them. of $2,009.
Burns claimed later that the was concluded that Negro
the racial > I
scene.
The Regional Council Is an These increases In the fight
voters In Florida would vote for '
stepped up Negro activity was .
of white against Cancer like In
organization and Negro : many
his the candidate who stands out
Said the Council in a special inspired by political ene- southerners. It was formed other areas supported by the
report: "Every Indication mies. in 1944 with the avowed pur- Negro people, is every Indica- as the strongest for civil
points to protest activity of an The Council report commented pose of advancing equal opportunity tion of his wllllnimess, to rights.
extent and Intensity without that Burns "might be for all the South's shoulder his fair share of the
precedent, not only in the right to the extent that Negro people. total community's demands for
south but in the North as Improved living It also point their support. I am particu-
welL" to the fact that tho process of larly Indebted to Mrs. Nathan.
Informed education Is beginning lei Colston, who shared all of
The 14-page report dealt primarily to reach through to thoseIn the benefits of her rich exper-
with the March out- to Push
Duty need of It the Ne-
Church's greatest ,
break of violence in Jackson- ience with me. All I can say

ville. gro.The drive thIs. year, was Is Thanks."

The Council said that wheth. headed by Mrs. Edward T.

er Jacksonville is a special case Voter RegistrationSome Graham, n public school teach. ..."'"
rests ultimately with the er who serves the system nt wwwdjJ.
South. the Booker T. Washington High
i School. Mrs. Graham has demonstrated A. Summons
SOUTH AT FAUI/T of the responsibility her ability, not onlyto
for seeing that eligible Negro TeaYou organize well, but to attract REAL ESTATE
It said: "In the years following citizens become registered vot- Spring large numbers of volunteerswho
i954, the South chose to ers must be assumed by the made the excellent Job INVESTMENTAPPRAISALS
violate the American traditionof Negro church, declared the are cordially Invited to possible
obeying the Supreme NAACP National Church Secre :attend a Spring! Tea and Fash-
Court's reading of the Consti tary at a luncheon here, April lonette given by the Twilight When complimented this I
tution. The question for 1064 ,,10, during the annual Mid- Sewing Circle at the home of week on her excellence, Mrs..
is whether the spirit of law- 'western regional conference of Mr. and Mrs Charles Culmer, Graham had this to say: "I cannot NE 4.6875
fulness has returned to the NAACP branches in Indianapolis 1275 NW 68th Terr on Sunday, take any personal credit
Southern political leadership Ind. April' 20 from 4 to 0 p.m. Do- for what has been accomplished U99 N.W. 53rd St.
which drummed the nation $1.00. Mrs. Willie M. really. All I did was to ask
of massive reslstence up\ and which orgy The NAACP official, Rev. Edward Plnder president: Mrs. Alber- individuals to help, and with- Miami 42, Fla.
out exception, they worked. Of
maintain J. Odom Jr., told diners,
bead always" power to "the predominantly Negro I tha Poltler, reporter.KNOWLEDGE. course I am grateful to these ; ....
order. church has a tremendous! obligation loyal people and some degreeof ..
,The report continued: "The and opportunity In this pride in mine to learn of
lesson of Jacksonville Is that national election year to help .
wherever the white civic leadership put more Negroes" on the voter
allows a racial crisis to I registration rolls. Group 2 Group 2
into the -- ---
develop and spill I I Because "the great urban
streets then It invites violence centers with their large minority BERNARDGERMAN
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in. group population will

The Council said this appears play a decisive role in many
key elections Mr. Odom
whether the cause is "in-
true g4
inattentiveness added "the church must helpto
difference
or
make the Negro's voice
of
the impatience
to Justified heard at the ballot box in this .
of Negro
by rebuff
Negroes or
thru era of moral crisis and chal-
efforts to effect change f.,
lenge in civil rights.
discussion and Joint planning, I
or by other failures." And as for the predominant State Legislature

detailed the rioting ly white church, Mr. Odom
The report listed said the present "mood of Ne
Jacksonville. It
In 1 Is such that "will ,
groes" they N .f
the use of fire
the
vandal1smh and not be Influenced nearly as
er weapons much by what the Black Muslims -
the Negro woman who was
might threaten to do as
shot to death from passing by what the white Christians

car. might fail to do. "Kynes grounding In law, In

: NEGROES IMPATIENT "The impractical: racial program government, In administrationand
The Council said: "Th pro- of the Muslims does not In knowledge of Florida, 4 4s
vocation seemed to center represent an appreciable: hold promise for a successful
around Impatience with the threat peril" the NAACP official tenure as attorney generalBRADENTON ."
lack of desegregation Process, concluded. \',
resentment of tougher handlingof I HERALD \
demonstrations In Municipal "The GreatCrowning

Court, and an immediate KEEP James W. J
flareup of resentment over the Day"A ,

Mayor's speech." Drama featuring a short WIN WITH THE MAN WHO GETS

this was a refer- skit by Charles McCloud will '
Apparently
KYNESATTORNEY THINGS DONEI!
ence to a speech by Mayor be presented If GwendolynRolle 1
Burns who is a candidate Monday, April 20, 8 p.m.
for Governor of Flori at St. Matthews Baptist Churchat Indorsed byi Dad County Federation. of Labor
da. Burns told Negroes they 381 NW 17th St., sponsoredby GENERAL and tho Dado County Council .f Sonior Citizen

strate had no and legal said right no more to demon-such Board St and Matthews Choir Pulpit No. 1 Aid for 'Paid poUlcal advertisement, Pull' Lever 16A M.M.M..I\
MM Kjrnet Otsmp.ignFund
Fund. for by
actions would be tolerated. benefit of the Building
During the speech he swore In Donation $1.00. Ronnie Bpeocer, CbVm

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The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the
GOOD HEALTH-FROM YOUR
world from racial and national antagonism when it accords to cordially invites you /to attend its
every man regardless' / or race', creed or color his human and TB ASSOCIATION
!legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-the Negro Press
strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men' are "Travelogue |Tea"TRAVELING
hurt as long as anyone; is held back. ,
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WITH MRS. ESTELLE WILLIAMS
We 'Recommend' Meyers and Gordon
1' 5rA 'Sunday, April 26, 1964
The' Miami Times recommends the re-election of

Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers and Jack Gorden to the Dade 4to6p.m.

vice.County School Board 'because of their past records of ser- At the home of Mr. and Mrs Charles) Higg

No doubt we all recall, that shortly after Mrs. Meyerswas 1601 NW 64th StreetSIH'

elected a member of the School Board, !the Supreme 'fClI
< vocal selections
Mrs.
by Valdez
Court decision regarding desegregation in 1954, became Murray and

.the law. She came out in favor, of integration and implementing 1 Mr.. Tiinmic Lee Terry. Mr. Llnton Ben-ten, accompanist
'the Supreme Court's decision. .

We feel that desegregation in our County was ,J ,* j D1rK.'

brought about in part, through her efforts. As a result :tj!1f;;avts "'J Higgs, Chairman
Dade County has made, great strides in integration in )J.1::
Secondary Schools, Junior and Senior High Schools, as ''.;r;'jf.ff' >,

well as (the Miami-Dade Junior College. 'fer; J ,,,
'f', <
.,ft'#H ,\'- l:...
Four years ago Jack D. Gordon elected to run for .;-! 0"l' ,<}
the Dade School Board because he felt obligated to speak ,ft.;,. >'\!. "'''"!I!t.K'J',f(, .",'.
1I--f1i1
out on civil rights and desegregation. He has consistently :'-':, Mlt RANDY CHRISTMASA

championed' these causes and is recognized throughoutthe I, Charles, J. Flowers; who
community ,as a leading spokesman 'for civil rights. was unable to qualify for the
His record reflects his deep, personal, religious convic- Constable's race In District one
tion, as well 'as his intense belief, that segregation is im- because, wish of to the Inform one minute you of delay the former Mayor of Miami is a candidatefor

moral. person best qualified In that

Mr. Gordon understands his own democratic rights W.race.Huddleston.That person Mr. Is Huddleston Clarence the JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Office -

and privileges can survive only if they are available to has proven to be a liberal.
all citizens, and so he ,has consistently voted against every After several meetings with Negro in DISTRICT 1.
dicriminatory practice in the school system, particularly groups and lawyers, we
feel that Mr. Huddleston
attempts to use the pupil assignment law to maintain seg- result of these meetings, ,Is as the a
regation. man for us. So cast your vote His friends in the Northwest area are
Jack Gordon has helped to ,convince i the Board to dleston May 5. A Is vote for Clarence Hud sup-
a vote for us. Pull
adopt a policy of equal employment and promotion re- lever 47A. For transportation porting him.Please.
gardless of race; he has worked for,the revision of per- to the polls call Range Funeral
sonnell practices to insure equal advance and administrative Home OX 10131.

jobs. He has worked for the extra allocations of

funds to improve programs in reading and basic skills Best Method to Sell! Pull Lever 45-A
in order to close the gap in achievement created by the

understaffed, under-equipped conditions prevalent in A Classified Ad! ELECT: RANDY
segregated schools. He contines to emphasize and insist CHRISTMAS
on equal opportunity for all children.

Mrs, Anna Brenner Meyers and. Jack D. Gordon are .
the kind of people we need on our School Board. We
urge that you vote for them.


: if, FOR' 6 YEARS

(1954 thru 1960))

I, CLIFF HERRELL

F WAS THE LEGISLATIVE

LEADER FOR


H ReEecfED / GOV. COLLINS


I MASON Most of the laws that wen

passed when Leroy Collins '
TO THE
was Governor were intro
FLORIDA PUBLIC
tt N UTILITIES COMMISSION duced! by Cliff Herrell.PAGB '
A
t
Resident of Dad County tP0.
sine. 1925FtoctfcKflaw f r."
CLAUDE PEPPER JACK GORDON POL. AOV.
MM!Sonwl
We Like Claude asSMdalAMblantl l *
Pepper the U.$.Attomty to
o
Among Miami's Negroes the race for Third Congres- Dad County < SENATOR
..
sional District in Congress should be no problem. Claude Dodo poiiinf Count MOIWBOT Commhstoiiprogrontv f

Pepper with 16 years of top level experience in Congresshas 2C Ysms..law and CUFF
,, always championed the causes of the working man puUk a

and the minority, groups. Now ttrvtng as cnolnmro
Pepper knows ;the ropes in Washington and has a of RofWa Public UtIItIeerhI.
reputation for getting things done. One of his pet pro- Commlalon
jects is Interama which, is scheduled for federal aid and
Re Elect/ ED
will mean' 50,000; Jobs in North Dade during constructionand MASON
200,000 jobs after opening. Experienced and Proven 'OUR MOST EFFECTIVE
Leadership for Florida
deserves vote
Claude Pepper your VOICE
Our complete slate :will appear in next week's issue.' IN TALLAHASSEE "

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Blanche Calloway To
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Represent Women at .... ____________ ----- I II' '.r'We

Hague CLYDE: KILLENS'

Blanche Calloway and Mrs.

women Jack Slegal in this two area well-known for their mi JOHN HOTEL() KNIGHT( BEAT! CLUB

outstanding work for !peace and
civil affairs, have been chosen "Home of The Start"PRESENTS
Mr. and Mrs. SAM SKINNER In by the women In their com4
of Chicago are vacationing in putting the product over munlty to represent Women '
market.
our Magic City with James andBarbara the Negro GREAT For Peace at a NATO Women's
feeling
It WAS A
which will
Klrnes. Peace Force meeting
-ATTY. IIIGGS, formerly of being served by a Negro bank at take ,place at The Hague, The Saturday Sunday
teller while doing business Friday -
Netherlands while the NATO
Key West, now residing in Lincoln National Bank. His
Washington, D.C., Is spendinga is J. D. MacK. Military Conference Is In ses-I
few days visiting with his name Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM. sion, May 12 to 14.
mother, Mrs. Blanche Higgs of STAMFORD: of Baltimore are While the NATO Ministersand April 24th 25th 26th

Richmond Heights. guests of Mrs. Elizabeth Telley, Generals meet In "The'
NELSON ADAMS, principalof C438 NW 11th Ave. Mr. Stamford Peace Palace", to discuss NATOstrategy First Time In Miami
Dunbar which Includes plans
Elementary, Mosley is a teacher at Coppin
Doles of Richmond Heights Ele State College and is attendingthe for the creation of a multi-la-
mentary and E. F. Curry of National Council of Teachers teral nuclear fleet, equippedwith
Charles R. Drew Elementary of of Mathematics at the Fon- Polaris Missiles, the NATO
;Pompano Beach are attending tainebleau. Women's Peace Force will dis-
the Elementary School Princi TilE MIAMI DAILY NEWS cuss the danger involved in the LOU JO.HnSOnLATEST
pals' Convention being held in sports department cited Mays spreading and sharing of nuclear -
Minneapolis, Minn. High's Johnny Brown, Mondayfor weapons to any nation or
FRIENDS ARE, happy to winning; the 440-yard sprintin group of nations and focus
know little James Lucas is feel 48.7 at the Northwestern In- world attention on the positive
ing fine again after his recent vitational. It was the fastest I disarmament steps that shouldbe
'accident. time in the state. adopted to end the arms 1
FRIEDA WILSON of W e s t race now.
Palm Beach is in the city for Revs George E. Johnson, The NATOVcunen's Peace HITS: _..

the weekend as the guest of pastor of Trinity Methodist Force will be composed of wo-
Janie Kearse. Church will be appearing by men from oil parts of the "IT AINT NO USE"
OUR SINCERE sympathy to transcription over WMBM 5:45a United States as well as from
the family of the late James .m. from Monday, April 27 to the other 14 NATO countries.
Hicks and also to the family of Friday, May 1. His final mes- Enthusiastic responses have ale "REACH OUT FOR ME"

Mrs. Ruby World. sage will 'be Sunday, at 0,45,a.m.. .ready,,been received from, women ,
R. WE ARE SADDENED tolearn Canada 1 Den- *
j .In. Norway
I
of an automobile accident Wind Ensemble in mark West Germany, GreatBritain
Involving five members of the
Belgium France
Italy,
immediate family of Samantha ConcertThe and the Netherlands. ADMISSION $ ''
Edwards. At this writing Miss
Edwards was enroute to Main- Miami Northwestern'sWind "I am Joining the Women'aPeace
bridge Gat .where they art Ensemble will render its Force at the Hague," Friday and Sunday $1.50 4
.hospitalize.YWCA thirteenth Annual Pops Con- said Blanche alarmed, "be-
BANQUET held last cert Friday night, April 21, at cause I am so at the $1.75
,Thursday night was well at- 8 p.m. The concert will be heldIn hazards involved in adding Saturday -
:tended. Mrs. Gloria Bullard the school's auditorium at more fingers to the nuclear
'and Mrs. Dorothy Edwards I 7007 NW 12th Ave. trigger, I feel impelled to take. -0-
worked very hard and the results I Among the selections played time away from my other obligations
In this
to participate
were evident. Mrs. Stan.
I "Marche
'the ley Biedron evening.was the speaker of Slave"will be Tchaikovsky's and "1812 Overture", the historic military meeting.leaders It is time be made that 1?i'ee Tables

Morrfssey's "Caribbean F a ntasy" -
HOPE YOU READ the Informative Bernstein's "Westside aware that women are_ wearyof
"l' living under the shadow of
and interesting fea- Story, "Lawrence of Arabla.55
ture story about Rev. S. A. nuclear annihilation! I am encouraged
Main Theme Rossini's "Barberof
'Cousin'Herald. In Saturday's Miami Seville",, and others. The son's statement by President at the United John- Plus Big All-Star ShowFor
Band is under the direction of
Nations in Dec., that "the
MADAME8! Haze Davis, Sue David W. Paschal. The concertis
United States wants to
Francis and Blanche Dean were infonm.:11.Omega preventthe
hostesesses to the auxiliary : dissemination of nuclear
board No. 2 of Greater Bethel weapons to nations not now Reservations Call FR 99272.r
AME Church home of Men Present possessing them." With this in
(Mrs. Dean. at the mind, we women will plead _._._._._._._._._...... ._._._. ... ..,"" .
DCT CLUBS of our five high Gala Costume BallThe with the NATO Ministers to negotiate
schools will come together with local Omega brothers are a treaty providing that
,their guests on Wednesday anxiously awaiting the arrivalof no nation or alliance of nationsin LET'S KEEP. '
:evening at West Dunbar Elementary May 2. This is the date for the East or in the West can ?
for their annual Em- their gigantic costume ball at give away or share nuclear
'ployer-Employee Banquet. the Miami Beach Auditorium weapons. We will also] urge the
RINKS "DINKS are hosting The attire for this occasion is NATO leaders to continue to
"a cocktail dance on Sunday costume or semiformal. This enforce all existing agreements
afternoon. Invited guests are promises to be one of the most prohibiting Germany from possessing __
anticipating a gay time basedon enjoyable social affairs of the nuclear weapons." 1'A
passed affairs. season. There will be man y Women For Peace is a grass- (
THIS IS THE TIME of year prizes given away. root movement of American women .
when "There's always a too." The purpose of this affair is and mothers dedicated to
On last Sunday the. Young to raise money for the Omega the achievement of general and ,
Democratic Association was Psi Phi Scholarship Fund. In complete disarmament under effective I +
.host at, its 11th Calendar Tea. international controls.WEDDING I
last five
the twenty
years some
Kenneth Williams is president local have received schol-
boys I
of the Young' Demos.
:
arship aid from this fund.
Mrs. Lloma Goldberg Green 1

served as mistress of ceremony. Mr. Willie B. Taylor and! Mrs. J\'I.
THE WOMEN'S Recreational Willie Mae Truitt announce the
Club sponsored Its annual No closing cost marrlaifle of their daughter,
Champagne Sip at 1742 NW 4th Mae Rene to the Rev. Lawrence -
Ave. .Twas a beautiful affair. Christian Jr The wedding .
'
ON SUNDAY Mtaml Elks Liberty City Area ceremony will tae hem Satur- JUDGE MARTIN P.SHACHAT.
will host' a Travelogue Tea at day April 25, at : .m., atBet4rel
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. $9,900 Total Price Apostolic Tempe, 2310
Higgs. Mrs. Estelle Miles Williams !- NW 68th St.
will show films and dis-
play native articles from the 1st $675 Cash Miss Taylor is a 1003 grad-
uate of North Dade High
countries she has visited.
School. The Rev. Christian has
Mrs. ALICE PINKNEY (Alice takes this CBS 2-
lovely been an evangelist since the ago
Sands) was here visiting her
Mr., and Mrs. William of 12, and is the son of Mr. IN
parents All mod-
resident bedroom home. and Mrs. Lawrence ChristianSr.
Gibson. A of New
York Mrs. Plnkney is a form- ., of Brooklyn, N.Y. SMALL' CLAIMS COURT
"Mlamlan. She left for home ern features, taxes, Insurance The couple plan to mako
Sunday. their home in Miami. Experience Integrity Proven Ability

BEST WISHES to Whitman regular principle and "Respected by all" .
INGRAHAM who is now Mrs. Thank You \
Charles Butler And to her interest for,
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daughter and son-in-law, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Cllford Brennan -
and Mrs. Teddy Roach ( hrlstel wish to express thbnks and
) on the With of their son. Only $79 monthly gratltutde, to their many friends
Also celebrating the birth ofa for being so thoughtful and
boy are Mr. and' Mrs. Donald Hollopeter & Post wonderful during their recent
Hall (Betty Burke.)) marriage and reception. Thanks LOOK LOOK !

'RAYMOND HEA8TIE .. In Inc. for other the kindnesses many, many that gifts and SERENA'S announce its new stock of QUALITY
were
Nassau on a sad mission the
death of a relative. FR 3-7376 shown to us.FOR. CLASSIC WIGS. Individually cut and styled} terms I

SIGMA GAMBIA RHO Soror- Realtors ; -. available. Complete wig servicing, reasonable rates.
Ity entertained some 80 or more
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young ninth grade girls and SALE "SPRING SALE"
their escorts on last Friday .r '"
evening at the Everglades Hotel. Richmond Heights beautiful .
'
With' FREE conditioning treatments
ISABELL YOUNG TOM the Church PropertyN every permanent,
happy winner of a "wig" given 3-bedroom, 1 bath CBS for SIX MONTHS as needed. Expert operators Q

AKA's away as dance.a ,door prize at, the W'''9 17th Ave.. and home with awnings and : Claudia Edwards and Thera Mayo.Serena's .

BIDS ARE OUT for the \
18thr annual dance of the LoyalBuddies 51st Terrace: carporte. Beauty Salon ;

Inc. on Wednesday, 14O15 Jackson Street

O Aprfi'sires 29.Is president Attorney of G.,this. E. ,110, x 100 plus '50 x 100 $350 down, $82.12 monthPh. "AIR CONDITIONED"

,croup of' men. ) '987-2977 or YU 3- 694 827 N.WJ 62nd STREETPL
rWVKK HAPPY to sec that (if desired
Jlegpal: Crown Cola Co. reported in Hollywood
8-2731 Mrs. Serena Williams Prop.
first quarter profits of $295,344 Call Owner WI 5-9886 ,
ever 1963. Our boy Chuck l'a72
SmIth'' is doing. a great Job In ...rr -""'"
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA.
r- SOCIAL SECURITY

SATURDAY:, APRIL 25, 1964 PAGE 7


LET'S TALK POLITICS -

By NORMAN E. JONES 0oY
11 ;;
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Historical Backgound and Fraternal of tho Organizations Negro in Politics, the Church allQ&n'DlD wins f'II1 u., OOVEINIUt\'T Lincoln Fields Apartments


---- - -- --- - - "Many folks think the only
2045 N.W. 62nd Street
reason they should write or
CHAPTER FIFTEEN more vulnerable than any other call the social security officeIs o _
Southern State.Tourists. to claim payments," remarked
Unfairly, the brunt of the
Maine: for Racial conflict in the i ''Edward P. Blonston social Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartment
from Northern In Miami
district
security manager
South falls directly and sole- Features
and Eastern states are the North in an interview Offering Many
ly on the head and shouldersof
number one source of truth Is" he
money yesterday "The
FREE GAS
the politicians who by words
In the
Florida
economy, con- continued, "everyone should
and deeds or lack of sound
tinuous racial disturbances have know first what payments can Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Ga Stove
situations which untenable tarnished the Florida Image to be made and when to claim
violence. precipitateracial make It less inviting to tour- them. This Is- Just as ImportantIn Newly Painted Venetian Blinds

ists. Certainly the Insulting planning for the future as Washing Machines Laundry Rooms
They face the TV cameras, tirades of the St. Augustine are health and life insuranceThoughtful
news reporters and photog- Mayor calling Northerners like Free Parking Auto hot water reater

raphers and are praised and Mrs. Peabody, "Carpetbagging people now ask Free Garbage Disposal Filtered water
ahead '
condemned for the actions, Scalawags, is not designed to of time, about old-age,
increase the survivors, and disability pay-
when their tournist trade.
actually actions are ments from social security.They CARETAKERS ON PREMISES
dictated by the desire to please : the Information their
Possibly; the most vulnerable pass on to
the majority of their electorate Achilles because ._.
Heel of the Florida dependents they realize 0
from whom they get the Economy is the citrus' and that the social security
votes to attain and maintain
elective farm products Industry. Plans : taxes they pay are building pro. Weekly Rates
offices, and the pollU-
I tection the
co-economic structure have been in the making for for future.,
from whom they power obtain their sometime to picket all chain $14.50 1-bedroom' $18.50 2-bedroom Apt.
stores In the major dtlea like "While It Isn't always con-

campaign sary to "hustle"funds vitally votes neces- New Philadelphia.York, Cleveland Pi/ltsburgh/ Detroit, Bal-, venient time away for busy from people work to for take a Renting Office open every day Phone OX 18862BUILDER'S

The Burnetts, Wallaces and timore, Washington, etc., visit to the office," Mr: Blon- e ... ........... --.... _.... a -
other political racists are act- which stock Florida citrus! ston said, 'there are' many waysto
Ing either under orders or what and farm products. get information about social.
Free booklets available
security.
they think will get for them are
When this on request. These give SACRIFICEDue
the most votes and the most organized: boycottof
these!= Florlla products are general information about social
campaign funds. The real
blame lies on the heads of the carried out, those who have security, facts about disability I to Illness Must Sell
politico economic Investments In the citrus industry payments, help for self-
power and large scale employed businessmen nnd SMALL DOWN PAYMENTNew
structure which foots the vege- I
campaign -
I farmers, and much more. Also,
table
farms will
bills and sets the tone, I suffer tremen- '
racial and otherwise for the dus losses, then these major Questions can be answered"over custom-built 3-bedroom home
politicians' who seek and hold northern and eastern marketsare the telephone and by mall.
elective offices.In being boycotted. Many will Tile Roof Terrazzo Floors Central Heat
Mr. Blonston Invites the
public
go: Into bankruptcy along with
,
recent issues of two major banks, mortgage companiesand to make use of the facilitiesof All tile Bath Vanity Factory Kitchens
daily papers a list of the politico others who have heavy the district office. "Our most
economic power structure Investments in these industries Important Job is to help the Built-in Oven Tile Sills Garage
folks In the! Miami area keep
which dominates
Florida State Plans were announced over '
poldltics was published consist- six months ago for picketing up lie said.with their social security Awning Windows City Water
ing of 102 names. the Florida exhibit at the New
York World's Fair, bringing I SEE
It is this with
group possible more unfavorable publicity to
other additional persons who Florida Yet the 'politico-eco Twilight TeaYou 2901 NW 50th St. MiamiOR"
,
are to blame for the racial con nomic structure of Florida
fllct in Florida, for it Is they does not lift a finger to elimi- are cordially Invited to
who set the policies for the nate the causes which will attend a Twilight Tea sponsored CALLI MR. MURRAY UN 6-1331
elected officials, not only in bring about these boycottsand by the James E. Scott
racial matters but other issuesas mass picketing. Homemakers Club, Mrs. M. E. BUILDER indt
well. Alexander, president, Wednes-
After the damage Is done day, April 29, 8:30: p.m. at the
During the racial crisis, police and many people hurt financially Range Funeral Home 5727 NW Classified You will results f II
Try a get
officers and members of both and others losing their 17th Ave. Donation 100.
'races who happened to be in lives
a great effort will be -- - '
the streets, regardless of their mad to repair the damage by OCCCCCCCCOI'For

mission soldiers, so are if lives expendable are lost like or the politico-economic power The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
structure which could have
Injuries occur it is always from
the ranks of those in the lower prevented the damage and
economic group of both races loss of life in the first place.
as the hierarchy of the politico Ask any- merchant and busi- AL4Q
economic power struc- BONDED
ness man in any city which
ture are never in the thick of : (
the fighting. The riots somehow has been beset by racial disturbances -

never spread to the areas which is the most
In the city where they live, harmful to his business, a
It is always in the sections Negro sitting down, eating a RENTAL
where the poor working class
live and sandwich or a race riot?
of the population ,
work. -

But sooner or later this politico AGENCY INC.
economic power struc- ,
ture wdll realize that even _
though they take no chancesof Broward
getting killed or injured per '
sonally ,such conflicts which County'' I: The largest collection and rental
they either advocate or permitthe

gate elective Is bad for officials business to insti-and News ,, : agency' in the South; operating in

hurts them financially, even MI
though they might have so Dade and Broward Counties'BON.
much money as not to feel it. ByWalter

But the smaller .business Rowe Negro Housing areas.
mfn. who to them Is all-) expendable 1 1J L. L. BROOKS
feels it to 'a degree V-oP President
that\ they might lose their entire The South Broward 8195
life savings or eventually VFW, thanks all Its comradesand GEOIIGH. 1IAKTII, General Manager
bo forced out of business because friends, especially Post 6693 .
of the severe loss of of Opa-locka. for. attending Its MANAGING :AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

trade which always: follows dance Saturday night. Thanksto HOUSING UNITS
s'rious: racial disturbances. all who donated to the .. 10,000 'I

Continued racial disturbanceswill cause. Bonded also has employment service at main office

eventually. seriously effect Our dance was postponed un 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA
even the richest of these til Thursday, April 30, at the
members of the politico-eco Big Bamboo Club In Hallan- fall time' public relation Dept. to assist you In solving year problem

nomic power structure and then dale. Music will be furnishedby Pins a fleet of cam giving door to. door service' for tenants convenienceOa

and only then into will lines.they bring W. C. Baker, well-known night and Sundays for emergency.service call PL 9.8733
the politicians artist. .. i MAIN OFFICE'4150N.W.
0 .
In Florida the time Is very 7th Avenue
close at hand when the econo Mrs. Kitty Stebbins of Hyde PL 9.8733 )
.my of the adverselybaffect Park has reported that the Vandalism done by a few I.I expensive to all. Please help 118 stop thin
seriously as to I Home Owners Association of unnecessary evil C. A. L., Public RelationsC.
even the highest levels of this Carver Ranches and Hyde Park
group to such an extent that'they I had their mass meeting last A. Ijockhnrt, Director
will be shocked into Sunday. She is asking all home
11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONA TO BEIIVE YOU
dering the politicians to or-I I I owners to Join. Membership foe \, :
:their racial policies and for a year is one dollar. 1163 N.W. 3rd Ave. ..,..._ PR 3-4416 17325 Homestead Ave. 1

to the end that Negroes will VFW Post No. 8195"will havea 1078 N.W. end Bt ......_.. OX ft*246T errtne w_........................... CB 5-3558,
have same rights as enemiesof special meeting Sunday, at 101 Ilanimondvllle Rd.
: this nation who have killed I 5:30: p.m., at 4444, SW 17th -St., 1801 Grand Ave. __ HI ...1.1.
Italians West Pompano ......_........._........... WB 3.1013
their sons as Germans, Hollywood.a 4240 N.W.l'1tb Ave. NB 5-3483.
and Japanese and poten- 142U: N.W. 2:04 Aye.

tial enemies and saboteurs suchas Mr. and Mrs. James SpenceJr. 2026 N.W. 75th Bt. ....NNN..N 690-3322 Op -Iocka ...-..........-........... MU S-061T)
of 2305 Charleston St., Liberia -
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refugees Communist from countries.now dominated are the proud parentsof OOO N. W. 3rd Ct. . .... PR 1060t3

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pp Movie ThOUgh s"
PAGE SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1964

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By FRANCES HENDERSON

FOR SALE FREEWILL BAPTISTThe ,

Rev. Adam Rutherford,
Be sure you see this Open pastor, and members of have t a ,3! Biography of a Lady:
A real bargain. A-l will Baptist. Church, will : 7 his week's biography is a
condition, 3-bedrooms, air: con dedicatory services in their with
dition, tile bath, wood floors, new edifice Sunday, at 3.30: charming lady an en-
dish washer Jalousie windows viable record of 28 years
thruout, gas heat, good stove p.m.The church is located at 1752 service with WometcoMrs. _
and refrigerator with freezer All Baba .Ave Opa-locka. An
extra lot fruit trees, Denmark interesting program has been Beatrice Clark Eve,
Barbecue pit, large patio, fence prepared,for the occasion. The who looks back on her ,ten.
ed In, close to buses, stores and public i 1C: invited.. ure with great mixed emo
all schools price reduced for
I quick sale < n JT"LEGAL tions and nostalgia. Mrs.
NOTICE r Eve started with the
888.9955or r comp
0820 NW Gth Ave. Ph.
I TU 7-5890. Comptroller of the xg r hry i Sl n i any when the Lyric Theatrewas

Currency Ry lTaN.MY..a yk opened and has been

LOT, Nassau Village in famous TREASURY employed ever since. Her

Sea Breeze Estate. Call only time off the job was
1)8) -4022. Hollywood. DEPARTMENT OF
dbring! the 11 months after

.. UNITED STATES .. the closing of the Lyric.

.
N r M
+
Best Buy in Town Washington, D. C. kkW6x assis- For ten :years she worked at
Members of Las Amigas (The ed toward administering
the Bundle Theatre and because
WHEREAS, satisfactory evi- Friends), a group of social and tance to worthy Individualsand of the many pleasant-
home dence has been presented to civic minded young ladies, groups.
4.bedroom
memories and
the Comptroller of the Currency have planned a gala event for Las Amigas members promisethat acquaintances
associated with the Buncho Is,
that "Lincoln National Bankof entertainment patronage will be
and your
enjoyment
Miami" located Miami your watch yet, unnbld to speak about its
rewarded
Large Florida' room and highly as you without
State of Florida, has compliedwith this gala event unfurl. I closing tear stained
all provisions of the A Fashions and Cocktail I eyes. Mrs. Eve received a Wo-
Tickets can award after 20 of
garage statutes of the United States Hour will feature elegant clubor metco years
any member of the
required to be complied with styles of hair and dress for at the Double Decker Clubon 'I service, and, as do all other.
employees, she enjoys the numI
before being authorized to commence viewing pleasure and
your the affair.
the day of I
Move right in benefits of the ,
No red erous company
tape
the business
of bankingaS cocktails professionally pre- Pictured are members of the
.. ..,*t.. ,.. '6 ,'' .' .Banking Associa.tioh ., pared and I served. for your, cluU. Seated. Mrs. Wllhelmena e.g.renders the a Credit real service Union to which all.
; tasting pleasure. All of this can I I
SEE! Kelly, Mrs. Martha HUman,
She even owns stock in the
NOW! THEREFORE There- be enjoyed at the Parisian Mrs. Eloise Brown, Mrs. Edna .
by certify that the above- Room of the Double Decker Evans. company.
association April 26 4 to 8 You can see her (and you
is Club ,
named authorizedto Sunday,
4030 NW 3rd Ave. Standing Mrs. Moselle Bell,
commence the business of p.m. Donation Is only $1,00.You : probably have) on active dutyat
Mrs. Grace Calloway, Mrs. the Ritz, Center, Capitaland
banking National
as a Banking
Owner direct W1 5.9886 Association.IN can't afford to miss this Marjorie Critten, Jacquelyn Ace Theatres, Tuesday,
TESTIMONY WHEREOF affair plus you will aid the Harrell. Wednesday Friday and Saturday
witness my signature and seas! club In the civic work it so Members not shown: Mrs. and Sunday respectively.ACE .
earnestly strive to perform. Mary F. Palmore, Mrs. Jean-
of office this 16th day of April,
1964. Many of the projects are aim. ette Goa, Mrs. Lottie Sears. .
Saturday and Sunday, April
JAMES
J. SAXONComptroller 25-26 "Fastest Gun Alive" starring .
SINCE 1948 of tone Sammy Davis, Jr., Rod
I Currency Steiger and Broderlck Crawford -
For Quality Building Charter No, 15307 .
June 20 LIB CITY
CAPITAL
PL 1-3604 -----------------
.You owe It to yourself and
family to see Henry Mor
your

pf tariff Cif/zMs/ DRIVE THEATRE ton"The Robinson's Cardinal" Immortal starring novel Tom

Tyran Romy Schneider, Caste
S .C.IIC0m..II. 22nd Ave. and Palm Drive-in Theatres Davis, and John Saxon broughtto
vivid life on the screen. As
r COMPLETELY, INTEGRATED timely today as ever. See this

VOTEfor : OX 1-7050 22nd Av. and 69lh St. screen gem Sunday, Monday
and Tuesday, April 26, 27, 28.
See a young man rise to Princeof
LOT OWNERS! ,the following HELD OVER the Church. See Negro actor
... Ossie Davis In a brilliant
We plan, guide and advise May 5 1964 portrayal of a southern minis

Your plans or euro ,, n C1 .. ter, see racial prejudice
trampled. See "The Cardinal",
cut this out and vote
In color.
Custom Built Horn + t
a Also coming May 1-2 "Cap
Attractive Addition PEPPER 3A tain Slnbad," in color starring
Guy Williams, and "The Slave"
Quality Alterations FAIRCLOTH 8A Son of Spartacus.
REMEMBER! Take advan-
Good bank financing tage of the low-price 'policy of
HERRELL 111B the Capital, Center aDd Ritz!

9aaaQJODCRQ9xa jACK CENTER .
OPPENBORN 15A NOW thru Tuesday, 1st Miami -
( showing of "Gladiators 7"
CALHOUN ISA and "The Golden Arrow" bothIn
Licensed Insured w h his mouritelnkirrfolk color. "Gladiators 7" stars
I Richard Harrison and a mammoth
868 N.E. Tfttli Street FURLONG' 21A Sifl9ln'an'yfjrl9ir cast, is seven times more

$ / ) spectacular and offers seven
DUBBIN 23A o8fgood / time more thrills because of
SPECIAL QUICK' SUCCESS rhythm its seven heroes. This is a spectacular
njral story of Spartan cour-
ADVICE OESTERLE 25B age. "The Goldren Arrow"shares

Just give after you. Get Success Me o dwmMay r the bill In all the gloryof
and happiness, Money SPENCER 27A S\ and technicolor and technlrama
stars dashing Tab Hunter
Quick daily blessings. Biblical.
and lovely Rosanna Podesta Ina
My method guaranteed, time FINCHER 28B of
and
story wizardry won-
and Yes ,
place. Money Money
Bvis der that could in
only happen
when we want it. Today. Solve S I l .
S fabled Damascus. <> :V
all problems, make your dreams WHITING 30APoL
and wishes come true. Starting Wednesday, Aprit28

Rev. E. FJeldsBrookhaven ad' paid for by Senior Citizens 4 for One Full Week, "Night
Mast Fall" starring AlUert'Fin.
N.Y. Corps, Martin Adleman ,,,i11 4tb rotes ney In Emlyn Williams' famous -
suspense thriller about a
Phone 51G-At 6-1120 .--- young man and a mysterious
black bag. A drama that will
make you think twice before

boarders permitting into solicitous the sanctuary young of

APPAREL FOR SALE"Champagne your home."Gunpoint.

," a western in
color, shares the bill. Fred
,taste, beer pocket?" Come to Gracie'swhere MacMurray and Dorothy Ma-
you'll find like-new exclusive dresses, .1 lone star.

suits, skirts, blouses, shoes all originals. $1 to $5 See RITZ (enin's Marauders'1

Mink, fox and other stoles and fur jackets $5 to.$10., ...a.... with Jeff Chandler and "Ride
Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen M D1.'fII The High County" both in

dresses $1. Men's pure Italian silk suits.$3 and $5. 0 1 l 1 J erdM ob1.oR ,Show color., Catch Saturday the Early from Bird 11-1,

Blue serge suits $5. Sports jackets $2. Pants, shoes Adults 25c. children 9c. Regu-
.$1. Shirts BOc. Also linens, drapes, bedspreads and IIIDDIIID Sr6 IflS IIDORIq'S 11 S lar admission after 1 pjn.
items. We the elite. Grace Starting Sunday April 26 thru
other household cater to 'I
J Tuesday, April 28, see Robert
and Mike will greet you personally.GRACE'S tlnm Aa 1At orF; Otld' Morley and Brenda Lee In
""Joseph and His Brethren" in
THRIFT SHOP
PLUS -' color and Steve Reaves in "The

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Get Those BirthCertificates I Final Educational Thank You! MIAMI TIMES ...... MIAMI, FLA. ,

Now Forum Monday The members of St. Francis SATTURDAY, APRIL 25,. 1964 PAGE 9
The State Board of Health is I Xavier Catholic Church wishrwthan"c .. .
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reminding ;parents that they public to attend vtheti remainder W ) ,their many friends. u .,
have birth who: "
must certificatesfor of a series *helped to make their
their children starting to Forums at of Educational Spring Festival a success. The '
school next fall. ium, 499 Dayfrxmt Auditor prizes were First, Mrs. Sarah '
Everett H.'Williams Jr.. dIrector been issued Blscayne by school Blvd hoard i has Taylor* second, Joel Hepburn; EDISON SPECIALS :, 1"
of the Bureau of Vital! member Jack Gordon. third, 1F, Bethel.

Statistics cautions thot hospital At 8 p.m. Monday, April 27. Open Sunday' 2-6 w- .
birth certificates will not be "Educating For NEW MT. MORIAH p.m. f :
Personal
accepted. Values" will be discussed. How ,w-.
We
wonderful
enjoyed
a ser
Officeial birth certificates can our schools
are deal with :
issued by the Bureau of Vital and ethics citizen-morality mon by our pastor Sunday 1090 NW 39th Street
morning and No. one 'choir
Statistics and ship .
some county ? what about
Ameri- .
health departements. He sug canism vs. Communism? What rendered livered the music.night Rev sermon Toles ,and de- I 4bedroom, 2-bath, dining room, detachable garage '
gests that parents apply now about cheating? The honor No. two choir rendered music. ,with extra room. Double corner lot 102x105. I
and avoid. the late summer system? bands? teams? ,down FHA .
These Sunday, April 26, will be- the $250 : ,
rush.A
forums are to the 10th Annual I
open Women's1 Day ,
public. Questions will be wel observance. These. :>{ NW50th
are '
photocopy or wallet-sized comed. Be sure to attend. Morning < 1880 Street
lights for the
plasticied card may be obtainedfor day.
a child born in Dade County speaker, Mrs. N. Symonette, Cds duplex edrooms each tide, tile..roof. terrazzo .
w
Department of Public Outstanding Art Musical Program at 3 p.m. floor $450 down FHA. "
Health, Bureau of Vital Stati. Evening speaker Mrs. A. ": '
tics, 1350 NW 14 St., for a fee Exhibit at RooseveltTwelve Range.invited The to Christian attend this friendsare event. 541 NW 49th, StreetNo .

of 100. paintings by Katie Chairman Mrs. Helen Shlpp. cochairman qualifying, low down payment/1 s homey Ha .-
Williams suggested also that Thompson Wright of Orlandoare ,. Mrs. Hattle Toles
the child have all the basic in. presently on exhibit at 2nd cochairman, Mrs. Mable room, garage, flat tile roof. $78 month pap all I
oculations against whooping Roosevelt Savings and Loan Williams.. --. "
cough, polio, smallpox, dip- Association in Edison Center. 1964 NW 47th Terrace
theria and tetanus before strt- The paintings by Mrs. Wright
ing first grade. has attracted a great deal of f FAMILY PLANS, CBS 3-bedroom, 2 baths, dining room, carport.
attention throughout the state. $300 down FHA.
This is her first showing l In .*
First Baptist Men's Miami. Husband, WifeChildren -+-

She attended Spelman Col .
Day lege and Penn State and atud- EDISON REALTORS
The men of the First Bap ed under Robert Anderson,
tist Church of Bunche Park prominent artist of Winter Park
invite y o u to worship with and Vermont. insured in one plan I II

them on ''gundqy( in obser She has exhibited at Atlanta I Accident and Illness can;I strike 175 N.W.. ,62nd St. 751-2441
vance of their annual Men'Day s University, Winter Park n family suddenly and' hard*
celebration. Sidewalk Art Festival and at heavy expenses can pile up in
Penn State.
Rev. W. M. Hall Jr., pastorof a harry.
The paintings be
can seen
the Fridenship
Baptist in the two front windows day line is n new Metropolitanpolicy
Church, West Palm Beach Fla., and night. uith new features, thatmil
will be our morning speaker help you pay hospital and
Our evening speaker will be surgical expenses.
Rev. J. H. Jenkins, Friendship The Musts of
Baptist Church, Miami Fla. have us give you details. A I
Education" on representative of the Metropolitan w
Rev. W. J. Macon, pastor will be glad to call.
Brother Archie McKay, Open Mike I
chairman Telephone or write to i I I'I
Deacon Eugene Justice cochairman Open Mike, with host Hen- Samuel Bo twin
drick J, Bern5?, will discuss
DOW) N.K. Second Avenue
"The Musts of Education" next
Sunday night. Guest will be: Office: PL 7-8521
Savings and Loan Brailey Odham; Jack Gordon; Residence: UN 62001Metropolitan
Mrs. Jane Roberts; Dr. PeterMasiko
Announces New ; and Robert Shevln. Life
As usual, the program will
Hours come !live from the Hamptoa Insurance Company
In order to better serve the House from 7 to 0 pm. New York, N.Y.

public ,Roosevelt Savings, and
Loan Association has ,revised 'I
their business hours. Commenc
ing on Monday April 27, the
Association will be open for E FLE HURRAY H. ?
business as follows:
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Monday, Tuesday Wednesday,
9 a.m. until 4 p.m Thursday
closed all day. Friday 9 am. i
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until 8 p.m. Saturday 9 am. SIAnUPRESNTATIVtGr i.p 6
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I Xf"Irlf"Ir n..I.n.rxr.l.rl.l.I.I.C'.lf".lrlf'rrl: lr'Xrlf"xrlrn If Irlrzr'zrIrzrxrl.r.lr.l.r.l.r.lCzr'AME : :
Twentieth Men's
Day SALTER'S CHAPELRev.

II.' J. Benson, pastor Delegates To Vote

At St. Paul Flossie Marshall, reporter>


._......__.u.u..u....... Salter's Chapel was blessed Against Bishop Rotation
to' have so many lovely visitorsto
worship with us Sunday

EBENEZER CHURCH morning, and to enjoy the won ORLANDO When the AME
derful sermon, by the pastor.
Rev.. A. D. Hall, pastorE. Church meets In Cincinnatinext

Ingram, reporter The male choir rendered ser- month for the 37th Quad- Calendar Tea at
The Rev. Aaron D Hall will rennium session. of the General
vice for the day with high New
Conference the One Hundred Philadelphia
depart Sunday night via Eastern spirit. Members from St. I ,
six elected delegates from Flo-
Airlines for Pittsburgh,
James AME came to' us for an Sunday Afternoon
where he will be in attendance after service The Rev : ride will vote against the rotation
at the General Conference of program of bishops. This will be 915 NW 51st Street ....
Church which Blacknell brought a very pow- the united In which Flo- 20 from 4 to 6
the Methodist erful sermon in behalf of Men way Sunday, April :;
20 rida's delegations half of whom' will be the first
convenes April through May Day for Bro. F. Coleman ; p.m. major
8. and, his club. The St. James are Laymen, will be saying: calendar tea in the history of
"We want to keep Bishop Wil-
this and blooming church.
up
As a delegate of te Florida choir was magnificent. Rev. liam F. Ball, in Florida;' Chairman, Mrs. Gladys
Conference to the General Jurisdictional Blacknell sang two songs for
The moving of all bishops to Odom has planned a very attractive
Conference, which us that were requested. Mem- new districts, Is expected to be and delightful
will convene at BethuneCookman bers of Salters Chapel welcomeyou one of the Important items on this tea. Musical selections programfor

College In June, 1964. Asa to be our very special the agenda of the fifteen days shall be rendered 'and a most
reserve delegate to the Gen- guest next Sunday, April 26 meeting which Is the legislative
unique fashion show shall fur-
eral Conference he has been for Men's Day. body of the denomination. nish the entertainment. Mrs.

requested 'too. attend. I Many of the delegates feel that
k
Sis. Juanita Sheppard madea Odom, along with her cochairman -
tjaGEORGE The General Conference is very' hurried trip to the bedside .- no new or progressive legislation Mrs. C. Murry are especially
the lawmaking body of the I can pass unless the rota- asking all the friends and
of her sick mother In
tion
of bishops take first.
N church. It is composed of not North Carolina May she havea place members of New Philadelphiato
In this
less than 600 than 800 way the delegates will attend this first Calendar
no more
safe!' trip and her mother a be free to vote without
SMITH delegates, one half are minis- speedy recovery. Intervention. Episcopal Tea. The pastor, Rev. William

April 26, Is the day ters and the other half lay I H. Washington, is also requesting -
that Sunday the ,men of St. Paul AME members which are elected by Our pastor will soon be tak- I The delegates from Florida his many friends of
Church will reign. George the Annual Conferences. ing off for the General Confer I want no part of this. They the city to help support the

ence. adopted a resolution In Orlando ladies by coming to New
Smith, an outstanding menvber The General Conference
of long term will be the meets in the month of April or last week, which was preparedby Philadelphia Sunday afternoon.The .

chairman of the day, and Hen May once in ,four years. The Rev. James A. Walker, director Rev. Washington promisesto
ry Wade Is his cochairman.Both city In which the Conference NEW PHILADELPHIA of public relations, and sing special selections from
these men are leaders in meets Is rotated among the read to Ministers and Laymen his concert repertoir. Every
the church, serving as stew- Jurisdictions, provided satis 915 NW 62nd St. attending the anjd-year budget thing has been made ready
ards and class leaders, and made report and convocation, which Come let us dine and fellow-
factory arrangements are We had a fine time throughout -
was in session at St. Mark's ship together!
staunch supporters of the Sun for entertainment with special
the
We
day Sunday. are
day School. This In itself reveals reference to the requirementfor Church, Rev. J. D. Washington,
looking forward to the future
host pastor. The resolution was ZION HOPE CHURCHAll
their potential for a suc- equality of accommodation -
events. There will be a Song
cessful day. These men have for all races, without dis read by Rev. H. L. Smith, of
Festive rendered at the Edison juniors are asked to attend
Marianna; and called all
worked consistently for the crimination or segregation. upon
High School the fourth' Sunday their meeting on Satur-
delegates to vote against
will Improvement surely reach of St.the Paul,$6,000 and The General Conference fixes evening this month. 6102 NW bill or resolution to rotate any the day afternoon, at 5:30: p.rn.Don't .
2nd Ave. Time 2:30: to 5 p.m. forget to continue in
goal set for Sunday. The pub- the ratio of representation in bishops of the church. In this
the General Jurisdictional and way, Flordila would be assuredof prayer for our sick and shut-
lic is cordially invited to attend Tickets $2.00, you may obtain ins.
the services for the en- Central Conference from the your ticket from any memberof retaining Bishop William F
tire day. The morning speaker Annual Conference. It has full the No. two choir. Mr. Albert Ball, for a four year period. I

will be the Rev. Mr. W. F. Tanner legislative power over all mat Moore, manager of the Central The resolution, which was BAHA'I ASSEMBLY

who Is the pastor of St. ters distinctively connectional.KELLY'S I Life Insurance Company will adopted"by standing vote said Mrs. Luclle Buffin 'memberof

Mary's Baptist Church. be the director. The music Is being in part: There are many the Baha'i Assembly, of MIami -
CHAPELRev sponsored by our No two throughout the church, who are will lead the regular Sun-
Rev. Tanner Is a seasoned choir. advocationg the rotation of all
F. C. Cambridge, pastor bishops day evening, discussion at the
minister who is capable of regardless. We of the Baha'i
stirring sermon deliveries. Any Next Sunday at 7:30: p.m. the We will observe Communionthe 11th Episcopal District are in Center, 137 NW 11th
one who misses hearing his especially third of four series of services fourth Sunday night. All no way interested in the rota- Ave., 8 p.m. April 26. Her sub-
loct
prepared sermon will will be held at the church located auxliaries are asked to be In I tion of our bishop. We are sa- will be "The Baha'i World;
The
indeed regret it. at 7105 NW 15th Ave. uniform, also all are asked to tisfied. Our bishop is satified public Is cordially Invited
Rev. E. J. Sheppard, district be in uniform the first We instruct every delegate to attend. Phone secretary, FR
The Male chorus of St. Paul Supt. of the South Florida Dis- day morning. There will sun-I to vote against the rotation of I 1-5420 for further Information.

AME Church, Coconut Grove, trlit: will be the guest speaker. any service the first Sunday all bishops".
will sing for the morning ser- Participants on the program night, due to the fact, we are to ST. NICHOLAS
vice and the Male Chorus of will Include Earl Higgs, Mrs. be at the Orange Bowl for the WEST INDIAN
Miami will for Lillian Archer and kelly'sChapel ST. BARNABAS CHURCH CATHOLIC
St. Paul, sing Baptist World Alliance Services 3020 NW 50th
the evening service. Choir. This service is All members are askedto Street
presented. by the choir and be there at 0:30: to get a seat. Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor Very Rev. N. A, Derrick, rector
Mrs. Lee Cary,' reporter, T. Church School. Mrs.' S. Dawktns reporter Geo. H. Sturrup, reporter

C. Kelley, Jr., pastor Continue In prayer for those I Morning worship was led by Respectfully }beg: to thank
Last Sunday a dynamic that are grieved over the loss the assistant pastor, Rev. H Mrs. Eunice Moss and her very
speaker Clifford Matthews, of their loved ones. The familyof Demeritte, who preached from talented students for the won-
TEMPLE BAPTIST i honored Kelly's Chapel withan Brother Farrow and also 2nd: Kings 25-26: ; theme, "High, derful recital given in hhalf of

inspirational message which Brother W. B. ,William, who lost er Court. Everyone w a s the above named church on
Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor immensely pleased the con- his mother last Saturday; spiritually blessed The No. one April 19, it, was a very much
The king and queen contest gregation. Mr._ Matthew's subject choir furnished music with Mrs enjoyable occasion. We also
sponsored by the No. 2 Junior "The Meaning of The.civh L. Knowles at the piano, and Join in expressing our profound
usher board Sunday afternoonwas Rights Movement," was the No. one ushers served. gratitude and appreciation to
quite a success. Juanita timely considering pending MT. CALVARY CHURCH Evening devotion was led by our many friends and well
Rolle reported the highest action and he the pastor. The Rev. wishers
legislative emphasized Rev. S. Atchison Demeritte for their' cooperation In
pastor
amount and declared delivered
was another
parent participationIn message from making the event
a
Constance Carter great suc-
queen. ,Melba Rose was second community activities.A reporter St. John 3; sublect, "There Is cess. Please come again, you
and was named the prlnceslJ'and : no Condemnation for the
are
Last always welcome
Saturday, was a Joyous Thanks.
Lilian third feature that continued to "
Oquendo was occasion for he Christian. Mrs. M. E. Culmer
with the title of duchess. Rob- characterize the evening was our pastor; was furnished music.
GRACE
ert Thompson won first prizeas the music, rendered by theKelly's given add a to surprise his birthday he party.To also. You are cordially Invited to PRESBYTERIAN
happiness
king and Rubin Oquendo, Chapel Choir led by celebrate,
received the surprise of seeing with us our second C895 NW 14th Avenue
second as. prince. Mrs. Thelma Devie which Included his father from Alabama. An anniversary Sunday April 26. Rev. W. F. Savoy pastor .

The, sponsors wish to, thank a variety of spiritual selections behalf of the pastor and his The mother of the church, Mrs. Confirmation Classes are well

all who appeared on the very the which audience.marvelodsly appeased family, they would like to M. E. Culmer In the, will be our guest under way, meeting each Monday -
speaker morning and at 6 p.m.Women's .
interesting program and the thank everyone for the cards,
parents of the contestants.. The program was eloquently gifts, and donations. Words the our assistant pastor will deliver Day plans are progressing
presided by D,. A. Steward and cannot express his appreciation evening welcome.message. You are well Let us keep up
The Training Union will the attendance of all presentwas for the surprise blessing always the fine work.
sponsor a register tea Sunday, appreciated.On A speedy recovery. to Mrs. Do not send your children to
: ,Mrs.' Elnora Bain, the the succeeding Sunday On Sunday we will be the Julia Tynes.ST. church. Come with them.

president, is asking all members ,- night the Pastor's Aid Usher guest of Antioch Baptist Churchon
,
of the church and other Board and Stewardess Board the fourth anniversary Qf LUKE CHURCH MACEDONIA BAPTIST
friends, to will be
a/of the service. Rev. P. W.
Williams 3165
pastor NW 56th St.
this effort. genera son.
The theme of the
Mrs. Bunesba Green reporter Rev. Roscoe Jackson
pastor
Deacon A. J. Hanna was taken 'services will be" "Our Missionin The No. 2 usher board of St. Willie J. Beard, reporter

to. Christian on the Church All friends are RIDGEWAY CHURCH Luke cordially invites you to Greater New Macedonia is In
Saturday because of illness. He .also Invited to attend our pas..tor's Join them in celebrating its the process of having a revival. -
Is improving. reception on Monday, May OF GOD OF PROPHECY 22nd anniversary Sunday, April Preaching began Mondav
4. Bishop} R. B. Davis, pastor 26 at 3 p.m. The Rev. W. E. night of this week and will
MT. CARMEL CHURCHRev. Elder H. L. Cox reporter Sims of New Hope M. B. conclude Friday night before
ST. MARK BAPTISTRev. Church will deliver the ser- the fourth Sunday.
D. A. Bradley Behold how good and how Mrs.
pastor mon. Thelma Williams Rev. S. L. Bagett,
pastor of
Mrs. Christine Cohen, rejorter F. L. Johnson, pastor pleasant for Brethren to dwell president. Members, visitorsand Emanuel Baptist Church, Jack
We are nearing the close Mrs. Ruthie M. Scott, reporter together In unity. Unity did friends are invited to come sonville, is the evangelist.
of another month, and we are Friday night, then will- Ha a prevail at our church on Sun- out and make this a Joyous Everyone is invited to
asking all our members to remember party at the Church'Hall, wfolch day, we thank God for his event. out and hear this great come of
each other in your will be the climax'of 'our ..Men'sDay blessing. Monday, April 27, it God. Come and bring a man friend.
drive. will be another great time at ST. MATTHEWS
dally,prayers. The men of the church will the church, when the young NOTICE TO CHURCH

,' I The. Male Chorus will close observe all day os' Men's Day people from Key West to Bell- Services for St. Matthew's

:, out Its anniversary this Sunday the public is, invited to. wor- glade will meet for a unity Church, Coconut Grove, will be REPORTERS I
r afternoon 3 o'clock and we ship with us. rally, and you and your friends held at the Bain's Funeral Chapel
are asking. each of ,our friendsto Sunday, at 4 p.m., there will are invited to attend. There I, 3187 Douglas Road. The Th. new deadline for letting
and share a spiritual be Bible Study, our pastor 'will Divine Liturgy will be celebrated ehnreh news late our office for
come with'', us.. be in charge.. will be good singing and preach- at 11 a.mMembers pnblfcatt i. TUESDAY noon
service Our Junior church is prepar- ing, and on Sunday morning, All ohnrch n+.rtnvrgea a..o
,Prayer (meeting...every Tuesday ing for its Mother's Day pro- its always a pleasure to sit and are asked to note to 08 '....te Chut.
night at 8 o'clock.! Remem- gram they ldayy in charge listen to our pastor preach. So the time element, friends and n.w. rceiv4 after noon m'

ber the sick and shut-in all overthe throughout the which will make it your business to be in I well wishers are always wel- TnwMaj cannot b. gnarat**
land and country. be the second Sunday in May. church on Sunday. come to ,our services. publication.





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SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1964 ,PAGE 11
Fr. Gibson To Head Review"I 1- ....

' Keturah," a novel by Ruth
Wolff, will be reviewed on Fri- I

NAACP County DriveThe day Northwest, April 24 at YWCA 8 p.m. Center.at the SEE TUB WORLD'S

Warmth, compassion and stead- GREAT PROPHET
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Miami branch, NAACPis fastness of the human heart 35: Years of Experience

presently planning to hold -- -- -- mark this novel of a girl who Bishop Hunter is well known as
its annual Spring Membership starts: as a nameless orphanand PROF. HUNTERIf
Campaign, local branch offi- PHIL OSSOFER becomes a person who enriches -
cials announced here this week.It the world of her pres- you are sick, worried or in
was also revealed that Fr. SAYS: ence. The reviewer is to be trouble this is the place to comeIon't
II. Gibson, victor in I Miss Helen M. Dorsett, headof '.. .<-1 t stay in the rut, push back
Theodore
,.,, . the Dixie Park and '
a court battel against a Florida ...- Library .\ t the veil of bad luck that seems
Legislative Investigating chairman of the YVCA.enter {t ,, to hold yon in your track, and
Committee and branch presi- We all have memories of certain Book Review Committee. k" 't:<,<. ,.""' \-1 advance forward by the help of'God
dent was chosen by the Branch days and occasions wnen Members and friends are invited \ .J \ under the leadership ofProf
executive committee to serveas a I special: joy was bellowed uponus l to attend. 6 W: Hunter who has 35 years
Campaign Chairman for the tnrougn tnu wonderful f/ r,.: -' t'}3Yi?; r of experience in spiritual and
drive which begins on April 30. ooumy ot t.od. l have had my "','' A'ff W\. .," occult science. Make your home
To
The decision of the U. S. Su- snare, to.. Yesterday, Saturday, Thank YouI "to .<.. happy. He will show yon how
preme Court which came< downon April JU, i receiveu! a special to bypass your enemies and Ret the things that life demandsfor
March 25, IOCS, reversedthe oiessmg, one i feel too young sincerely thank each you. Come one, come all. Healing meetings every Wednesday -
Florida Courts and freed to receive, out wmcn 1 welcome church, school lunch business nt the Spiritual Temple. of Zion, Inc., 5417 BW 17th
Fr. Gibson of contempt chargesfor wuu Dounuiess: elation coordinator, supervisor, coor- Street, West Hollywood, Florida 7:30 p.m.
refusing to submit membership ana joy. i have just become a I dinators and secretaries, indi :', .,
lists to the committee. gramauther;; for the first time. vidual school cafeteria staffs, "' '\p 1'litI. '
:
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school lunch managers, mem- ::-
A Florida Circuit Court had :Strangely:: this new expeil.iiiee bers of the Food Service Ass'n /.. :..t)' (. '\
sentenced him to serve six .... ... ,
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feel
uues:\: not make me and all other individuals for rflt' Ii
months and to pay a fine of oiu. It uues! remind me that l prayers, various donations

$1,200. Gill now aproacnmg a new, flowers, cards, calls, visits andaU IiIi
The High Court decision said" higher stage 01 existence; oue other acts of kindness during Ii
inquiry uevoid ot tne tensions of my illness May God bless
to permit legislative -
to proceed on less thanan woi'K-u-Uay liviug wnen! l can each of you.Lurcva .
adequate foundation wouldbe oe more fluky occupied: botn Lovings
to sanction unjustified and with toe l spiiituai: aspects ot IiII
unarranted intrusion into the me anti the offspring of our ittS yyasaaFyja=

very heart of the constitutionalprivllege olspring. I """' '''''-'''>..w '' .,!11 II
to be secured in associations this 5417 S.W. 17th Street Hollywood, Florida I
legitimate organizations As i review llle from 1 mile east State Road 411 :3 miles west of Hallandale on
engaged In the exercise puiiit, H luimnus:: mu of ot the north side of the road. Office hours: 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday i
of First and Fourteenth Amend Duauaig aau launching a 1 to :3 p.m. Licensed by State and County. Readings dally.
ment rights." The victory is fcpacu cuuu sue early yearsaie I:
hailed by NAACP as being of trio years ot planning 'auuCOllbllUCUOll '
Tiltweuuiug
1 Ol toe VemCie. -
major importance to all groups
clay is the l setting: 011
engaged in legitimate programs
that are unpopular because 01 ut uiu mat siuyy. rareuuioouis
prejudices.An : toe second stage: aim grandpaieuUioou SPEEDQUEEN
is inu mud bulge::
intense public relations wneu one readies mat stage:: ,
program to acquaint citizens of ne is 111 uruiu ou nere 1 ally NEW 1964 MODELS /.i
the drive is being staged. Members 111 orUiii it's\ :>> a great out-oii-
are being reminded of AlAS:-wuAAU 1l: hUb, as an yougr'anuparents r i "; SPEED

their need to renew by letter. Know. s1I FJ ,,,.., .. QUEEN
Individuals are being asked to un, yo.Lcst:>>! 1 lorget it HEAVY
volunteer as door to door cam- was a girl, / pounds and four
paign workers for the drive. ounces. .. .... -.1 DUTY
Kick-off date has been set ,..... WRINGER .

for April' 30. The drive will WASHER,I ..,,
continue until May 28. Goalsare HEAVY +
YWCA Skating
50,000 or more adult members DUTY _; .
and ,10,000 youth member. AUTO 79.95
ships. Mass meetings have Party
been set for each Thursday at ALL FRIENDS AND MEM- ahd up
8 pjn. in various communitieswith The Northwest YWCA' Cen- IIKIIS MAY MAKE THEIR $189.95 i

local talent participants.- tre will again sponsor a Holler. DONATION TO THE Also Rebuilt Washers
Assigned to direct the cam- for people
:Skating:: Party young SPIRITUAL TEMPLE OF .rid
up
paign is Mrs. Bessie Brunt, at trio lllaican Holler stink,
NAACP Wins Chairman for the ouo W. 2'Jin St. The! date isis ZION, Inc. All makes $69.95 up
Miami Branch. The Life Mem Thursday, April 30 and the At the home of the vice president -.a. r
bership Committee, headed by tiinu is 7-0:30: p.m. and treasurer. She Is alto EASY CREDIT TERMS
Dr. G. A. Simpson, is also making of the ordained ministers.Our .
elaborate plans for the A bus from the junk will one charter is registered in REBUILT WASHERSOF
drive. and
people
transport the young and Dade CountiesL.
the Center at Droward OPA.LOCKA Inc. MU 5-1504
will leave from ,
The Church Committee Chairman HUNTER, D.D.
will accom-
Rev. Thedford Johnson, 0:30: p.m. Adults Tickets be 1290 AH Bab Avenue Opa-locka, Fla.
may NW 73rd St.
tOe group. 1657
pany
has pledged a team of ten campaign
his oouyht at the Northwest YWCA __ _ ---- -----
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Center, 5100 NW 21st Ave. I R "'"' Sf L __ __ __ __
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More than a week before the c

campign Gould's officially had opened.launcheda the Summer Fun in

tremendous Division effort to secure I H i!

door volunteer contact., workers' This for outstanding door to Town L NEVER' BEFORE, '

work was supervised by B. A. has been .
Jones. He has obtained an un- Summer program
usal number of youths for this set up for the Northwest YWCA
Center. Day Camp, five days a
project volunteering their services -
as campaign workers. week, will be offered for Pre-6-7 JUST OFF N.W. 27th AVENUE
NAACP feels that the Goulds year-old girls and boys. in
Division Is vying for many of Teens 8-12 will participate
the awards. There will be Fun Clubs which will A summer meet With the beat. stores, buses and schools' .
weekly.
three days
prizes and awards given to outstanding

workers. dance activities will be club held and weekly teenage for Right at your door <, I II

Campaign WOrKers will meet junior and senior high young ,
each Wednesday night to make people. For furture details call
reports and hear campaign the 'Y' for the summer program ,;
progress. Notice of meetingswill folder, 034-2651. BRAND NEW 1964
be made through the press
and over radio station WMBM.

Memberships$2.00 All $3.50 memberships$5.00 may and be are up.had for one for "Lilies of The Field" 3-BEDROOM CBS HOMES.,.


arena Persons to call desiring the NAACP Hot Film Now

office FR 4-5631 or by visiting' With all 300 available printsof I
the NAACP office at 809 NW Nelson's "Lillies of
3rd Ave.Jolly the Rolph Field" starring Best Actor '


Friends Club Academy ney post-"Oscar"the Poitler next Award-winner, completely six engagements weeks,bookedfor the Sid-of ONLY 9'' 9' 5000'i'i


Artists release are
United
the

Social* Jolly Club Friends met at the home ahead running at 400 the box to 500 office per of cent the ,! :

Safrona Keynon, 2020 NW d I
bookings, it was announced -
65th St., March 21, for businessand original by James R. Velde, -
recreation. The hostess Artists Vice President.
served an elaborate menu. The United !

club is planning a rally and These new playdates Velde 16525' N.W. 27th Ave.
i pance invitation.The!, for. May Look for your stressed, are first-run key situations See Sernaker I
In represen-
presented .
club will meet Satuday, tative or the same tremendous first-run ;t-' NA 44772Coprt
April- 25 at the home of Mrs. theatres. With the book
da Sldnek, 728 NW 4th Ave. response to these repeat addition'
Members are urged to be pres- ings. Velde states that
hold- - -
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LOUIS BELL of 6051 N.W.
CARDS MEMORIALS -DEATHS I In memory of our dear hus- 21st. Ave died on ,April 16th.

band, father and grandfather, in Jackson Memorial Hospital.
w. -.yt Mr. Bell, being a native of
t----:; ) West Palm Beach, had livedin
MIAMI TIMES -- MIAMI, FLA. IN MEMORIAMIn 'j, Miami since 1955. His survivors

I "'w ,. Include his wife, Mrs
25 1964
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12
of Freddie 2
sad but loving memory .. t Mary Bell; one son,
tI grandchildren; one sister, Ski|
I hie Cumming and one brother,

IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAM I Wednesday.MRS.Sam, Funeral. services were

sad, but loving memory of,
RONALD WILSON In memory of my dear husband MARY LEE? WHITE ,of
'
who departed this life April 21, q g rim? l 2361 N.W. 77th Street died on
17th.She native of
April was a
1963.
S Lake City, Florida and had
Gone but not forgotten.We }
t .
love you, but Jesus loves f lived In Miami for 15 years
best. y ip6y' prior to her death. Mrs. White
you member of Zion Hill
Viola Wilson, wife yPA was a
Eight Sons s :: Missionary Baptist Church.
Two DaughtersTwo 1 "t '" She is survived by her husband
Sisters, and a host of Emanuel; one son, Earl; one
friends ; ; r. daughter, Mrs. Boyd; 1 grandchild
; her Mother, Mrs Mary
r Norman and 2 brothers, Israel
w
IN MEMORIAM ? and Ernest Grant. Funeral services -
Li t 1 Y will be conducted on Sat.

In loving memory of our dear ELDER JOSEPH E.RAHMING urday April 25 at 12:30: P.M.

daughter, mother and sister, iME'LVIN who departed this life on, April at First Baptist Church of

ftf&ST ..' 24 1962. Brownsville.
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Gone, but not forgotten.
Two years have passed since MRS. AGNES JONES of Gist.
r& you us, memories Street died on April 18th. She
stillli ron your
was a native Miamiam and a
JENKINS "There is a land of pure delight devout member of'St. Agnes
founder of Railroaders, Inc., Episocopal Church. She Is survived
i..J" who died April 20, 1953, at Dillon Where saints immortal reign, by her husband, Jelks; 1
.. S. C., while in. performance Infinite day%:excludes the son, Jlmmle Wright Smlthv3;
of his duty with ''the Atlantic night stepchildren, Jo Ann Jones,
Coast Line Railroad. And pleasures banish pain. David and Raymond Jones
REV ALEXANDER WELL,JR. Gone but not forgotten There everlasting spring abides, I her parents, Mr.&Mrs. SamuelLynch
who departed this life, April 23, Railroad, Inc, And never withering flowers ; 2 sisters Marjorie Cunningham .
1962. ,-I!* R. W. Donaldson president Glorlda
,
divides and Cooks 2
Death like a narrow sea, ; .
We miss your loving smile E. P. Cave, secretary brothers Samuel and Charles
and care; but God has soothedmy S. Smith, treasurer This heavenly land from ours, and other relatives. Funeralservice
aching heart; tears are not W. C. Thompson, business ours. will be conducted on
so great. Jjfe! ) manager Edith A. Rahmlng. wife Friday April 24 at 4 P.M. at
Wife, Rebecca Fannie Wells Pearl D. W, "Prof" Wilson Irene E. Beverly, daughterVera St. Agnes Episcopal. Church
'
Daughter
A. Ward, daughter Father Sands Officating.
IN MEMORIAMIn Dorothy Cooper, daughter ,
IN MEMORIAM Isabell Romes, daughter JO JACKSON of 1280
memory of our husband, Jermlah Rahmlng, son N.W. 58th Street, died at Ve-

I In loving memory of our father.... J and'I'grandfather u. ,, J Joseph Rahmlng, Jr., son teran's Hospital on April 18th,
Rev Emanuel Rahmlng, son
dear mother following his admission of 22
..... ........ I Nehemiah Rahmlng, son
-. -- -. -. ,-,' -WM.Yrj ; days. Survivors include 4 sons,
VIOLA BETHEL ,1,:,";"i''t""r"1J'1('IItt{ ." ., \ ,1,... And Family I Jeff, Levi, Lawrence, and John
who this' life April 21 ... '* ,',..:',,' r.- '. Jr. five daughters Mesdames
departed .i't.I "*wM; j "'!;''Y>' i1Id. .' I. ,
I .1960 in New York City. H.'! .>.! '9? '4' j ;'t. .'''I.J" Louise Perry, Mozell Marion,
We loved her but Jesus loves : t, Pearl Jelks, Lizzie Williams
her best. ..1.-J""w.'f'''; ..' IN MEMORIAMIn and Mattie Allen. grandchild
Joseph .H. Culmer, father ( ." .. ren, 6 great grandchildren and

Charles Bethel, husband tJ.plttt.:'...' memory of our dear other relatives. He was sent
Thelma Adderly. daughter ; brother and uncle, on Tuesday night to Hursboro,
Three grandchildren: rj' tis DAVID THOMASwho Ala. for final rites and burial.
Lillian Burrows, sister r.; ) n B. kne departed this life April 25,
Joseph land James Culmer, 1060. MRS. OPHELIA PARRISH of
brother; and a host of Gone, but not forgotten. 944 NW 47th St., died April 18
other relatives. May he rest in peace and light following her admission of 4.
perpetual shine upon him. days. She is survived by four
IN MEMORIAMIn .. i. Mrs. Rosa Lee Johnson, sister sons, Rev. Wallace Bell Wil-
liams, Luther, LeRoy and
W, Mrs. Spero Sweeting, sis- Arthur Willams one daughter,
sad and loving remem- lr r a ter Mrs. Mozella Mays and other
berance of our dear husbandand Colleen Sprlggs, niece relatives.

father.--.. Maybel Reid, niece She was member of the New
b 4 Winifred Taylor, niece Providence Missionary Baptist
Church. Funeral service will be

held on Saturday, April 25, at

< rr. g W'M IN MEMORIAMIn 4:30: p.m.. Rev. C. J. Burney officlating. .


LIVINGSTON BURROWS sad, but loving memory of
j MRS. MARIAH G. BROWN who'departed this life April 23, our dear father mother and MRS. ANNIE STAFFORD of
who departed this life, April ,1063. sister 3220 NW 49th St., died April 20,
Jhi 20, 1962. May he rest in peace and JAMES A. SMITH Mrs. Stafford had lived in Miami
Two years have passed, dear light perpetual shine. upon him. MRS. MIRIAM SMITH for 11 years. She is sur-
mother, since God has called Ida Burrows, wife and MRS. BLANCHE ROBERTSwho vived by four daughters Mmes.
1. you home to be with Him, In family passed to the great beyond Beatrice Montgomery, Little
} Heaven around the snow white Easter Monday. night, April 2, Montgomery, Bertha Jordan
throne. 1056. four sons, John, Ralph, toward
God knows how much we CARD OF THANKS "Asleep in Jesus blessed sleep and William Stafford, one
miss you, never shall your from which none ever wakesto brother and one sister, 21
memory fade I i The. family: bf''''the. late,, weep; I grandchildren, 20 great grand.
Loving thoughts' shall always ROBERT W. EVANS, JR., A calm and undisturbed repose children and other relatives.

u p wander wishes to express their most unbroken by the last of foes. I MR. SWARD
To the spot where you were sincere thanks to their neigh- The Family.RICHARDSON. SPIVEY of
laid. bors, friends and relatives for J4160'NW 22nd Ct., died, April
The Family their flowers, cards telegrams 20. Mr. Spivey was a native of
1 w., and moved to Miami in
visitations, the use of cars, and
CARD OF THANKS every consideration tendered .. It)20.) 'He was a member of New-
them during their period of be- I IMR9. Bethel Baptist Church, with
The bereaved family of the reavement; to Rev. K. D. White, PEARL GARNETT of Rev. W. K. Smith pastoring.
JAMES A. HAMILTONwho late, Rev. A. F. Hooper, The Key 1221 NW 27nd St. passed April His services will be here Mon-
departed this life April 21 ROBERTA BROWNwishes West Undertaking Company, 19. Survivors Include two very day, April 27,: at 2 p.m. He will
1062. to I express our sincere The Mingo-Welters Florist, dear friends, Mrs. Coral Lee lie inrepose at the funeral
"Came and stayed and went appreciation for your kindness .and the staff of Depoo Hospital, Lewis and Mrs. Bessie Slater. home from Sunday, 2 p.m. 'until -
and shown during her long periodof .a most special thanks Funeral services were held on funeral time Monday.His .
When now all Is finished and went illness. .Our thanks for the Lorraine Wake Evans wife Tuesday April 21, at 2:30: pjn.in survivors are his 'wife
You alone have crossed the numerous telegrams, cards, Cecelia Evans; 'mother the chapel with Rev. Maggie Katie a sister Mrs. Llllle Mae
melancholy stream.' and telephone calls of condol- Key West, Florida M. Green officiating I Harris, a brother Theo Spivey,
other relatives and friends.
Yours the pang but his, 0 his, ences.The
the undiminishedUndecaying Bereaved'Famlly MR SONNY B. SMITH of
439 NW 9th St. apt one passed I MRS. MARY DAWSON of
dream. gladness, undeparted IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS April 20. Survivors are his wife, 15400 NE 14th Ct., died, April
Rosa Mae Smith, five children 22. She was a native of Thomasvllle .
Gone Anna, but Mae not forgotten.Hamilton, wife In Sad but Loving Memory of We the family of the .1 late, I I Mazie Ann, David, Anthony, Ga., and had lived in Miami
/i' Children and relatives Our Dear Husband and Father MR. ALEX GARDNERwho Mural Ann, Michael, and several for a period of four years.
I MR. JAMES DEAN, Sr., departed this life,.March I I other relatives and friends. She is survived by her 'husband -

', who passed away on April 18, 25, 1964, wish to thank Rev.T. Funeral services will be held Mr. George Dawson, a
1958. Johnson and the St. John on Saturday, April 25, at 3:30: new born baby, her parents,
IN MEMORIAM May he rest In peace and may family' and friendsfor' their p.m.. at the chapel with Rev.A. Mr. and Mrs. Ozell Henderson
of shine him. cards and acts C. Mozell officiating. as well as other relatives and
In sad but loving memory light perpetual upon many;:telegrams
.. MRS. LILLIE MAE GREEN Mrs Ellen Dean, wife .of kindness during our hour of LILLIAN friends. She will He In repose
Mr. James Dean Jr., son; 'eorrow. Special thanks to M R. JACKSON Thursday, after 10-'a.m.until
r". who departed this life, April family. Range Funeral Home and the WHITE of 1530 NW 1st Ct., 10 p.m., and will be snipped
\\i 24. 1963. Lewis Brothers of Selma Ala eight passed April 21. Survivors Friday morning to Thomasvllle -
F- ,. The Kingdom of God is with. "When thoughts on these sor- are her husband, Eugene White, for final rites and burial.
in you; it .is with a sad, but IN MEMORIAMIn curtain fall J two daughters Mrs. Truddie
rows, we see a
humble heart that I say""rest of our And know a dear one has gone Mae Franklin, and Mrs. Mae NORMAN E. PAYNE, JR., of
in peace my dear mother,God'sJove for father loving and memory( beyond our call. Elizabeth: Row a brother and Naples, Fla., died, April 22?He
of
you are In the'shelter JOHN E. ARNOLDwho We must have faith in God and several other relatives. Funeral is survived by his parents Mr.
and care. will be held and Mrs. Norman Sr.
in his services on Payne .
',(, God bless your soul departed this life six year way 25 at 11 aon five sisters one son, other '
on April 23, 1953. May ht For he will raise the curtain on Saturday April relatives
Charles Green son mother ago rest in peace. a foreign sea some day." I from the chapel with Rev. A. I and friends. He was
heneHainard
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Continued from page 12 COTTAGE AND ROOM. Cottage I CLOSING COSTS 2-bed- I SATURDAY APRIL 25, 1964 PAGE 13

shipped on Thursday tc $15 per week, room rooms, Florida room, enclosed
Thomasville, Ga., tor final rites single $12 per week. Complete, front porch, garage, awnings,
and burjal."MRS. use of house. stove and refrigerator Price is CASH TALKSI! 'More cash NEW, MODERN HOME' :-- "3-
Terre
1166 Mw 58 PLef4842 $9,500, $300 down, $77 month. better price Colored 2bedi bedrooms, 2 tile baths, formica
,
MURIEL JOHNSON ol after 6 Life 4932 NW 7 Ave. i
:
p.m.FURNISHED ealty 3-3196
hardwood floors kitchen call NE or
2323 NW 60 St., died April 16 PL 0-M371.):;: Open 'Sunttays and room, garage 09185i.. Brownsville Corp.
tile With, screened porch,
She is! survived by a daughter evenlruas,
efficiency tor 8095 NW 52 St.
Mrd. Alice HUnter three single I easy payments. See owner -
sisterisl* Mesdanjes, Virginia See Saturday person.only Free 1168 utilities NW FHA AND' VA RESALES-Like make offer. Open Sunday 1 to
51 5 1120 NW 39th St. LARGEST SELECTION of
p.m.
Marie Uptgrow
and St
Broivri. new 2, 3 and 4-bedroom CBS
Inez Farrington, and other re _- homes, near New Liberty City. CBS 2 and 9 bedroom :homesIn
latives.Services. I NEATLY FURNISHED Many of these lovely homes TIRES FOR SALE 4 ww lovely Manor Park, from
will be conducted on Use of kitchen, 1980 room can b& bought with only $100 tires. 900x14, 7,000 miles good $350 down, $69 per month, hurry -
Saturday, April 25, at 3:30: p.m, NE 3-9908. NW 55 St down and payments ,are as lowas thread. All four for $27.50. HI while they last. News Realty -
at St. James Baptist Church, $60 month. We have the Z 8-1511., Inc., 4740 NW 7 Ave. PL
Rev. J. L. Johnson, the, pastor ROOM., Phone G96-3284. keys in our office. Life Realty, 4-0655.
will officiate. 4932 NW 7 Ave., PL 0-4371. FHA-VA RESALES, like new

1-BEDROOM COTTAGE, com- Open, evenings! ,and Sundays, | CBS 2, 3, and 4 bedroom 2730 NW 57 ST., 2 business lots
INFANTS: pletely furnished, good sur- I homes near schools and shop- 80x120, also a house that's not
BABY BOY BULLARD the roundings, $15 per week. Apply NO QUALIFYING Like n e 'w. ping, ,from $100 down,' ,$50 per worth much, but lots worth
son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Bul. at 1058 NW 39th St. NE 5-8915. Beautiful, 2-bedroom CBS with month Visit;model home at 3501 the price of $5,500 total with
lard of 10160 SW 170th Terr 2 full bathrooms. Each bed- N\V,208 ,Terr.., open 1 ,to 0 pan $500 down, $15 weekly. A.' Ben-
died, April 19. ROOM. Double or '8in Je. 1545 room has Its, own entrance and Sat. and Sun. News, Realty, Ken Realtor, nltes PL 0-5533,
OY NW 68th St Call OX 1-1600. its own' beautiful' ,,bathroom. Inc. PL 4-0655. days PL 4-3431.
BAB JACKSON the Flat ,tile roof, wall to wall closets -
of Mr. and Mrs. Jinester 3-800 t. II
son house Furnished large 'built-In kitchen.
Jackson of 3180 NW 42nd St. HSll NW 5 Ct. --
Rooms 2768 NW awning windows, etc 'A bar
apt, four died April 21 4 Apply both, phone gain at $12,500 and $85 month. OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY
--- 6 346-St,3177, Life 'Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave.

ALBERT 2-BEDROOM HOME, quiet PL Sundays,0-4371..,, Open evenings' and' 2866 N. W. 51st Terr.SPECIAL '

MR. HENRY JEFFERSON, area $75 per month, unfurn- I
1337 NW 1st Ct., died April 14. ished. Also have others. Fen- DOLL HOUSE 2-bedroom
Services will be conducted in ster Realty PL 9-8779. CBS, Jalousied windows,, awn- ,
the chapel at 11 a.m. Saturday, ings, enclosed rear porchretoVe;
with burial in Evergreen.MRS. 1-BEDROOM COTTAGE apt. and 'refrigerator. Like new Inside I

Furnished $20 including gas, and out. $9000, $300 down BUILDER MUST SELL R
LOUISE FAIR, mother electricity and water. PL and $75 month. Life Realty
of Sam Fair with whom she I, 8-4925. 1012 NW 17 St.
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Gorgeous 3-bedroom, Fla] room, 2 baths hardwood
lived at 348 NW 16th St., died I Open evenings and Sundays.NO '' ;
April 18. She is survived by FURNISHED duplex 1-bed floors, built-in features. This 'home,can be bought (

five other sons and four daughters room, very clean, quiet neigh- CLOSING COSTS. CBS duo SENSIBLE 'PRICE by those who can afford a fair'
a
all of Ft. Games, Ga., and borhood, large front yard lex 2-bedrooms each side, -

:1 several NW grandchildren; ; .. Remains rs and'' Adults$20 week.only A.. Manor J3cn-t
were sent tt:> :Fti Gaines Tuesday tor. Nights PL b-553 day as down the, you monthly can payments are 6% MORTAGE INTEREST, .
flight for final 'rites 754-3431.
onSunday '
only $89.75, FHA terms. Life .
\ FULL PAYOUT MORTGAGEThis
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL
FURNISHED modern I-bed- Realty, .
MR. JOSEPH NORTHINGTON room apt. will take a small 9-4371 Open evenings and Sun-I is your opportunity to buy a gorgeous' home'at'' ,
1840 Service Road Opa- child up to 3 years old. MU days.
locka died April 18. He is survived 10325.1BEDROOM) competitive price I
*
tot/ his wife, Fleta. Arrange- BEST LOCATION 2-bed-
ments are incomplete. APT furnished room CBS with two full bath- '
..... $18.50. PL 8-3901, rooms. Enclosed front porch, Jack Murach, Builder
Jalousied windows, stove and _
MRS RUBYE 0 WORLD,
6880 NW 14th Ave., local teacherIn FURS Dn APT With refrigerator. Separate garage cot- FR 3-5446 JE 8-6049 WI 5. OO2
the public schools, died April yard ahd porch, for Information with attached 1-bedroom With $300
extended call tage. Price is $12,000
19 following fln period OX 1-2426. Life
of illness.. Her husband, Rev down and $83 month PL .
rtmk Shiloh PARTLY Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave.
World, pastor of FURNISHED apt., and Sun-
Baptist Church, Ft, Lauderdale. near shopping, buses and 7th 9-4371 Open evenings
She is survived by two daughters Ave. 566 NW 22 St. Rear apt. clays BUY A HOME TODAYVETERANS
Mrs. Gwinnette Lawson $17.50. Call Sidney Gross, HI
and Mrs. Alice Barnett; four 8-2824 or 444-0120 OPEN SUNDAY, 2 to 0 p.m.2-bed--
sons, Joel H., Henry, Ernest M., 359 NW 46 St. Spotless Fla.
and McNeal Collier; a brother 2-BEDROOM duplex apt. $25 room CBS Large front All VETERANSYour
and three grandchildren. Funeral week UrtfUrrt shed. JE 1-6902 room, plus rear Fla room.walled -
services will )be held at or UN 5-3120. rooms good size car port,
Must Total cash to )
discharge means you
Frendship Baptist Church; Rev.J. back yard. see. $83 papers .
Jenkins pastor, 6 p.m. Friday, MODERN furnished room with $12,200, only $350 down.
Ben-Korl, and bedroom homes for
A. have 3
all. 2 you
We
Key, C. J. Burney will deliver clean bath and nicely furnished month pays 0-5533 days ,
PL { ,
the rites in New- Realtor. Nights
eulogy. Final kitchen. OX 1-4864. ''DOWN PAYMENT
NO
nan, Ga. 754-3431.

HELP WANTEDEXPERIENCED 2-bedroom CBS,
MR. WILLIE JAME FREEMAN BUTCHER at TOTAL $9,500,
2310 NW 51st St., wasstruck Sampson Market, 1400 NW 62 only $250 Allanattah down and $69 area month This 1-3030 NW 69th Street. CBS 3-bedroom on large ...

and killed his by survivors an auto St is pays a very all, good buy, very clean lot in quiet residential area, nea chools, and
April 19. Among
are his wife, Willie Mae; two DOWNTOWN AREA, 1-bed- lovely home. A.PL Ben-Korl 0-5533, Realtor days shopping, ,city ,water, County taxes, 1 FHA mortgage .

sons two daughters and his room apt., utility, $18, efficiency Nights, $400 'down, $78 month.
mother! Mrs. Gertrude Curtis. $13, 1-bedroom unfurnished _7543.131.LARGE 2-7690 NW 15th Avenue. Newly built, gorgeous

Services boro, Ga.and burial in Swains- $15, Mick ins Rental Agency, 3-BEDROOM 2 bath 3-bedroom, 1, bath. A woman's dream kitchen. '
NE 4-0500. Fla. room.
CBS, very large.---1. \t. nt\t\ "Wo qualifying.

MRS. LUCINDA DONALD- OPA-LOCKA- AREA, furnished2bedroom Clean neighborhood ana lovelY best", WUUUJM location;' 3-A beauty for a 'doctor1 or other professionals I :4-
SON Road Opa-
locke,, 2346 died Service April 17. She will opts., all utility $25, tile roof Only $350 down. PL A. bedrooms, 2 baths, large dining room, extra
be sent to Albany Ga. Friday 1-bedroom $21, unfurnished 2- Ben-Korl, Realtor. Rights completely 'fenced, $500'd Wa.
754-3431.'; large living room, _
bedroom $18 1-bedroom $15.
night, for final rites. Her survivors 9-5533, days .
include daughter, Mrs. MIcklns Rental Agency NE FHA, $88 month. :" '
Julia Mae Wash a ; two sons, 1-0500. BEAUTIFUL like,' ew custom CDS '4-Ideal for teachers I $3,000, down; buys a beautiful .
James and Jessie Lee Jackson; built home, 2 bedroom tub andshower home. Near '2nd Ave jn '4 wonderful nighborhoodL. .
and LOVELY FALL house $18, den special built,
three sisters,' five brothers This Is '
four grandchildren. and one $20, to right party, many extras. j' f
$350 ;
I prefer someone wlho would special. Total $12,000 only all. A. 5-2010 NW 53rd Street,, 3-betfroom CBS. $300

DEATH NOTICEFuneral like to own home, email down down. $83 Realtor.month pay Nights PL dlown.. $65 month. Will be, completely renovated

service for the late, NE payment 5-6566.can be paid weekly. Ben-Kori 9-5533, days 754-3431. 6-1762 NW 42nd Street; CBS. A terrific buy, 2-

'SAMUEL T. SMITH, will be house bedrooms, modern kitchen with new refrigerator

'held Sunday, at 4 p.m., at St. BEAUTIFULLY Furnishedroom 3-D ED ROOM pin. perfect large location / cedar lined closets $350 down, $85. month.
:Simon .ChurchFt. Clean as a '
Cyrien Episcopal
private 'bath private entrance Total FHA. .
shopping. all
: Pierce, Fla. ,1 near schools, includes expenses. %i,
'Mother wall to wall carpet hip Good terms. See buyLocated!! 42nd
Survivors Include: ,, St. price $11,500. 6 Ave 7-- 2-bedroom CBS. Special on to
:'cecelea:brothers Smith Sgt., Ft.Wallace'Pierce- ;Smith three walk !in;; closet.......,.1855' .. NW 09 Then this one call today Fenster, 4717 Realty.NW PL St. $500 down; $75 a. month.' No qualifying.. Possession

,Frank 6. Smith and Howard 9-8779. in 2 weeks.
Smith CUSTODIAL: Male age 25-50 beautifully '''kept, partly furnished, k
Smith; sisters: Marion Some experience ft-Very clean,
W. Hollywood: Louise S Bradley $212 per In month.custodial work re- NEW AREA! New area! ,3-1, three>00- 2-bedroom, 1 bath house. Large Fla. room,

lacica.FRANCIS Miami. ; Julia S, Clarke Opa- otiested. Apoly Dade CountyChildren's room homes old no, 1 qualifying bath,[ only, move other Fla. luxuries, $1,000 down ,buys this for
Robert years
Home. Mr.
In only'$400 down,large qualified buyers.
Taro, 8500 SW 107th Ave.A right ,, Oh
lots, call :us for locations.Real 9.,,1480 NW 55th Street. Large house, fenced yard.
yes! $05 ,monthly. Fenster
of PL 9-6779. $295 downs ,
MR. WILLIE PRATER thanks to the Rev. ty.
1908-A NW 2nd Ct. died April special
C. J.
19. Funeral services were held W. H. Edwards, Rev. 2-BEDROOM, 'better'type home
Rev. RENT
Smith FOR
K. HOMES
W.
,' 23, 2 p.m., at Burney. Rev. custom ,built, all large rooms.
:St. Mathews Free Will Baptist W. C. Edcar, Rev. W.Rev.E. D.Sims A., "A Builder's Home." Excel- 3121 NW 67th Street $20 week
C. MIcklns
Rev. I. NW 74th
'Church J. B. Wood- terms. 863
with Rev. Good
of lent I week'
)''ley !pastor officiating. Survivors Bradley Cafeteria Rev. Samuel Sis., Boys Minnie St. A'solid home. Fenster Realty 1180 NW 67th Street $20

'Mrs. Eddie Include Starks friends and; Mr.family and Davis Zion Teaslev Hope Sis.Choir Essie and Johnson Ushers, ; PL 0-8779. 1228 NW 42nd Street $18 week

Friendship choir and ushers 3-BEDROOM BEAUTY, fenced and Sunday -
Phyllis Wheatley School and yard only four years old. This We are Open Saturday

CARD OF THANKS neighbors.A Is a better home In,,a '
..
1850
! We, the family of the late, very: special thanks to the area NW, 51 easy St.terms.then Drive'by call .Fenster, Ford Realty Inc.
,i MRS. BETTY ROSS Rev. J. E. Jenkins, Dr. W. A. PL 9-8779. -
Realty, ,
a who departed this life March Patterson and Range Funeral
'31, 6:50: p.11at\ Jackson Memorial Home for efficient services ren- '
Hospital"wish to thank the NICE LOT in Perrlne, next to 569 N.W. 54th Street 7588761DEATHS :
many friends and neighbors dered. Gain. corner. Worth $3,000 for quick .
Heaven's
Is
telegrams, "Our loss 75x104. Call Al
;who sent cards, Carr and sale, $2,250.
.flowew and other wind deeds Ross, Families Cooper, 6x 1-7174.
Jiour of bereavement. Bryant
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Kids This column is prepared
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1964 Negro VETERAN'S weekly at the VA Office, 084 W.

Flngler St., Miami, for information
CORNER of Veterans in this area.
Market DevelopersTo CulturallyStarved
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Meet in Texas SENIOR CITIZENS ;
Heads we win, tails we lose"
PREPARES FOR MARKET Nice to see special rates being -
DEVELOPERS ANNUAL offered senior citizens for QUIZ CORNER
the Miami Marlins baseball
CLINIC Sales Opportunities this Now if they Q. I have been awarded aveteran's
year
springing from advancements in Cultural Field Trips game
,
of $90
S5 come up with a special "Vete- Pension per
F Lf? civil rights will be discussed bya month Will that amount
national of sales ProposedIn rans" night, we'll say their
group mar from now on as long as I remain
keting and public relations people public relation chief is really totally and permanently
meeting' in Houston, Texas, spite of the "reading clinics "on the ball". disabled?
May 13-16: in the 11th annual that are being conducted by
conference of the National Association some of our schools, It Is re- TAKE YOUR CHOICE iA. Not necessarily. Your
of Market Developers. ported that there is a wide rate of pension may change if
"The Lord two ends to
us
gave your Income, net worth
"Opportunities and Responsibilities gulf between the reading ability use or number -
Confronting Market of the Negro sixth grader ; of dependents changes.
One to think with to sit
one
That is
afs why it is so important
in
Developers Rapidly Chang- and the white sixth grader. with.
Ing Times" is the Conference to keep the VA informed of
The of of ourelementary
principal one Success depends on which we any changes in your status.
theme. I
schools with
an enrollment
The of 1200 or more, Is verY
predominantly Negro
much disturbed. and concerned
group will hear business, economics : '
and Interpret over this situation. She Painless Office Treatment of
sociology experts
the rapidly changingcivil children thinks the are reason culturally is that starved "Our RUPTURE gT .. PILES

BILL E. MILLER rights for picture business and its firms implications ." '

PRESIDENT DIRECTOR with special market program It has been suggested that Rectal DlfteaineM.' VwHrose> Veins, Pro.
ming. one of the means of helping state-No lost time-Discard Trans
Franklin Federal In workshop sessions participants youngsters in cultural experi- Upon Correction of Hupture. 'R+dwetng a

will consider also any advantages ence, is to take them on trips DR. LONG'B CLINIC Blood-Urine Tests
Savings and LoanAssociation which might exist where they may see places and
1545 aW. 1st .-FH 3-2748<< A general Health serrtos
for Negro sales and public relations things of interest, with a guide
of MiamiBill people In the current who can explain what they
situation and how they might
E. Miller, outstanding capitalize on them.Representative see.Psychiatrists agree that one
church '''and civic leader, today of the major ,reasons for the
stated that the key to n' better Charles C. tremendous reading lag between Attention!! Attention!!
life a happier and more secure Diggs, Michigan Democrat,will Negro and white child-
life, is in establishing a address the conference banquet, ren Is this almost completelack
sound savings plan. Friday evening May 15. Sever of experience of anjMcind. SEE THE FABULOUS NEW
"All of us," he said, "during al national firms will be pre-
the course of given' month, sented awards on the basis of TRIPS TO MUSEUMS, ZOOS
pay others. We pay the gr employment policies, lenth of There has been an attempt
cery man, the plumber, the time and extent to which they to supply this need by organizing "Sunshine Homes"Now
landlord, the doctor the den have been in the Negro market. volunteer groups to take
tist, the druggist, the. 'power the children on "field trips" to I
company, the phone company. I museums! zoos, etc. However
it Open For, Public Display
just name and you and I volunteers are not always dependable -
pay it. But the one person we
and would not meet
often forget to pay Is ourselves the need r r
"By opening an insured sav- satisfactorily.
ings account fat Franklin Fed- The Miami Times has been ,
Sun. From 1 to 5 P.M.
eral Savings and Loan Association reliably Informed that It Is
you now have the opportunity 2.a. p, possible to hire the Dade Coun
t of paying yourself something >- P a ty' School buses (with a capacity -----
every week, every of 60)) for approximately
month or whenever you havean $15 a field trdp) 22 cents a mile These new homes have everything you
opportunity to save. Cer- and $1.GO an hour for :the bus
tainly you work hard enough driver Then the principal want, Mr. and Mrs. Home Buyer. See
for it you deserve it. Part of could arrange for her teachersto -
everything you earn belongs to assist her on the bus with them!
you. Part of every', pay' check cP ,f the children.A .
is ,yours to save and keep for i -.rr- ..
your own,security and finnncial school would be able to
safety. "Opening a savings have field trips from now until! Location of these new homes:
Is
account
an important decision the end of the school term for
because it can "mean not as little as $25. If any indi .
only security for-
entire
your vidual
or desired
group to

you but family make also in ready a times down funds of''Payment emergency to help on take could this be supplied as a project every, buses other | 5221 N.W. 5th Ave.

a new home of your own, week for the whole of the next
funds.Jar retirement and the school year for $270.

send important'your'dollars boy or, necessary girl throm-h to BOARD FAVORS PLAN
PROMOTED 3041 N.W. 69th Terr.EXCLUSIVE
college or trade school. The The School Board Is unable .
dollars you sure rat) Fmnklhi
to
Federal will bring 'happinesand' John S. Harris "has been a p' finance such a program, but
Is very much in favor of such
security" to yourself nnd 'pointed planning assistant for BY
your entire family nil the the Schlitz brand of the Jos. a plan.

years ,of our life. Schlitz Brewing Company. In The Importance of such Inc.
1 "The moment of 'decision i Is his new post over-em-
'' 'aide to Schlitz
at hand -' you' Wave Brand Director
(grasp- the opportunity withi1YOur to help Paul ,L. Pohle. reading phasized.lag The between tremendous the Negro 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655

yourself and your family to a Harris '40 'has and white
better of life been with children is directly
insured way"'Franklin Federal- open an Schlitz for 11 years. He served related to the early

logs' counselor will be happy say to for ten years as special representative drop-outs among the Negroes,
help with the In the company's Dix which lead to unemployment
you details and !
ie
Division
with
headquarters
as unemployablea candidates
you save. Franklin Federal
help"your' account' at Tampa. For the past years for welfare, the state prison1'
;:by'adding' grow along he has been an analyst In the and worse.If .
generous savings di-
\ividends to It Schlitz company's business re
at
the
current search division at its head there !Is gt
rate.of 4-1-4 any person or
% n,year, paid and
(compounded quarters In Milwaukee Harris group in the community who
;':j i I "Join' Franklin quarterly.Fed ral'stJ" will remain in Milwaukee in his will be Interested In sponsorIng -:
t 'assignment. '
growing family of savers and such a. project in one of
'\ ''open your account our schools, please contact Mrs. N
today! Harris Is a native of Rich-
"Franklin Federal's down mond, Kentucky, and a J grad Betty Lesser, UN 6-0822 or
town office is 'located i at the uate of Kentucky State Collegeat The Miami Times, OX 1-0421.

j jf corner of NW 10th fit and 3rd Frankfort. He did graduate b........-4-..........................
'I xA1&. We'll be
expecting to see work at the
I gWorlditWarf
Fyou soon. tucky.
was a bomber' ,pilot In the Air Painting Contractor
J i Force. iLb

: Kappa Notes ...r .... WARNER HINES

i 'The"; last regular meeting of FOR RENT
the Miami Alumni Chapter of ,
Kappa Alpha Psl! Fraternity New 3-b droom houses rTL.

was held at the home of Bro. l lB
and Mrs. T. L. Lowrie. It wa 'NORTH MIAMI BEACH
well attended.Brot .

er, (Kennedy Mumford D.poelt"RequlreclMICKINS.
gave a report on the Southern RENTALAGENCY wLa: : '
Province v Conclave that was
_p'F i r.. h )
recently held in Tampa.
Brother Lowrie was a won-
derful host and' everyone enjoyed NE 4-0500

k :. the delicious repast Indf COME ON AND .SMILE!
served! by our ,hostess, Mrs. po Licensed and tnsnred
F i Lowrier Always remember how pretty they looked by having

" Our next 'regular meeting SLOW DOWN! City and County their picture made NOW by .- I

will be at the home i of Bro.
i
JOHNSON OF
and*Mrs., Douglas McKlnnon Manners require time, and no Service"phone' FR 9.8685 MIAMI

10780.SW 146th St., Richmond thing is more vulgar than'haste.Enverson FREE 409 N.W. 17th Street FR,72294v'I3'iwviw
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BTW NEWS MIAMI TIMES: MIAMI, FLA.

I SATURDAY Reduce payments Pay all your hUb $1000-$20 mo. .::
BTW Instrumental Music Department APRIL 26, 1&64 PAGE IS Quick& Confidential Sank. $2000-$30 mo. ':

presented an Evening Loans approved the same day :$3000-$40 mo.
of Music April 20, In the No Service Charge whatsoever u tij mn.\JM MI<
school auditorium, featured Adult Summer Bunche Park I
I UNITED """ "'
MORTGAGE CO. :
were a concert band, dance .
band, Jr., band and truest artist, Program to Begin? at The Bunche Park PTA will
have its annual Tea FRanklin
Spring on 9-2676
Peterson. The
Caleb concertwas 17th Fl. CONGRESS BUILDING
sponsored by: the homeroom CarverThe I Sunday, April 26 at 4 p.m. I _M Cell for ,."......t.tl.-N.> .bllf.tlM -
teacher's band Mrs. Reaves, chairman of the
club and PTA. New officers parents summer semester at the program committee, has secured
were elected for Girl Coun- Miami Carver Adult Education many of our outstanding New Homes Finest For Less
Center will begin artists to provide for you a
selars. The new officers are Monday, May
President Helena Duhart, Vice, 4. A variety of courses will be memorable evening. '1452 NW 58th Terr. 1944 NW 49th St.
President Juanita Fox. Secretary taught during this session The entire Bunche Park famIly -
Joann Hammlt, Treasurer ranging from pre-high school is eagerly awaiting this gala 1921 NW 50th St. (open 3 to 5 p.m.
Emllv Balack, chaplain; Gresll- thru the entire scope of high affair which promises to be '
da Brown, parliamentarian. ; school subjects. Our community one of the best teas sponsoredfor 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths, garage, Florida, ,room
Gwendolvn Robinson and reporter Is again reminded of the excel. our Bunche Park commun- For Sale, lot 80 ft. on 63rd St., corner lot.10th: Arc.
Bethsheba Dean. lent opportunities that can be
and 49th Street. 100 feet.
theirs thru the Adult Educa-' ity.An
Members of the Girl Counselors tion program 'I Invitation Is extended to
attended the county the entire publfc.Mothers Cash paid for lots homes- mortgages
wide Girl Counselors meeting. The Evening High School Is
devoted primarily to NEED MONEY? SEE BARON JE 8.1340
April 18, at Carver High School. giving a
,
Schools participating were Miami chance to presons to obtain the To Be ,
1 33 f M P CTC 'CTrT 'g C-i.-j. '
high &
Northwestern school diploma however
Booker T. ; ,
Washington and Carver. classes are available for people HonoredThe '
who have had little or no Inter-Racial Mothers
April 20.25 was Civil Right public school training. Each Association will hold their annual Jack's MEN'S WEAR "
Week at Booker T. Washington. semester, students receive diplomas dinner Wednesday even-
Students entered a contest of enabling; them to qualify Ing, May G, at 6:30: p.m., at the
original, cartoons, slogans, etc. for civil service Job opportunities Jewish Cultural Center, 420 SEE "MR. JACK'1FOR
Pertaining to Civil Rights, The entrance Into college, Lenox Ave. Miami Beach.
BTW Gymn boys presented or admission to technical study
their annual Night In Nassau in In the vocation department of This year the mothers to be STYLES FOR ALL AGES
the crvrn. Over 500 students various other centers.In honored are: Mrs. Marlon Mul-
attended. drow and Mrs. Marlon Lerner.An The Very Latest in Men's Fashions
addition to all the foregoing outstanding program Is being
Memlbers of the DCT attend offerings, Carver's cleri- planned with Blanche Calo- SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
the state meeting at Gibbs cal and stnographlc positions way as mistress of ceremonies. ITALIAN SHOES
High School In St. Petersburg Classes In this section will he Tickets are available from memo
April 1011. The five delegateswere conducted In the following; sub bers. For further Informationcall 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida
Margaret Miller, Shelly ject areas: typing, (beginning Mrs. Emma Sweeting, president
Johnson, Herman Patterson, nnd advanced;) shorthand, (beginning FR 47792. I -, --" '- -" .
George Porter and Lugusta and advanced:) and accounting ,
Johnson. The group was accompanied 1, II and III. At regular -
by Mrs. H. Grant Intervals the business education Friday at ,Roosevelt Savings/
and Mr. Eddie Bunyan Coordiator. section administers a refresher I
course for secretarial
workers and aspirants. This In. and every Friday Night ,. .
The
concert Band attended tensive course Is designed to
the annual festival at HIaleah nrepare students for tests lead I
Municipal Auditorium, April Ing to regular employment IB
10. The Marching Band assisted civil service and Industrial po II <
Douglas Elementary School in sitions. I 4I
their Color Day observance.
Seniors are sending In applications A period In our country0'
for Student Government history when education Is a 10,000
Day Monday April 27. nrlme factor everv citizen owes :
Applications are sent to the It to himself to obtain as much} ,
Student Council. training as Is available. The I
time spent In bettering one's 1
The Seventh .grade students training' definitely off In 'r
pays _
went on several field trips, including term of personal advancement I M') '' .. WI tf:{ \ \-,
Barry College, Wax Museum Make the school's motto your I "C- t .. .. > a; "
and the Harlem Glob personal !. ca.aaw I. i
by-word, "Education .
trotters. The Monday and Tuesday doesn't cost, It gays" c
evening classes ahe pro-
pressing; Over 45 students are .
attending Saturday April 25 in RTW Choral GREEN STAMPS ,t i'
conjunction with the Home ,
Economics Department and Ensemble Scores
volunteers from Barry College,
Charm School will begin. Se Again

venth graders took three As the voice of the chnrnle .'
achievement tests during the ensemble of Hooker T. Wash- FREE
week of April 13 In the Reading Intrton Jr., fr.; High School
Arithmetic. Wednesadv !swelled In melodic unison Soy
Cultural films began again midst the choir :and mp nbersof : It
Wednesday April 22 with a North fwp? TJanMot Church
Walt Disney true life adventure was uncomflned.: Rendering a ,
proram. The recorder beautiful service upon a very ,

volunteer group has teacher.15 younsters and a short many notice words the of DTOUD praise received and- AWARDED AT 7 PM-BE HERE-YOU MAY BE A WINNER!

Teachers at B.T.W. will Join audience.gratitude from the appreciative Just vIsit Roosevelt Saving any time prior to award to enter your name. No transaction *

over 8,000 teachers throughoutthe necessary. Three big prize In Green Stamps, redeemable for merchandise
state at the April 23.25 an Since Its appearance at the
nual Flordla state Teachers As- handed Collection Agency of your .aledton.
:soclatlon. Delegates" from BTW high praises continue to In
are: Mr. James Cash, J. Lang to the capable director pour, Mrs. a00OUnt
Kershaw, Mrs. Marian Shannon Mahle for
Glover. As one person StamPs *Z60 aooount
and Mrs. Mayme E. Will noted upon hearing the en
group pre tor
lams alternate. delegates are: "It Is hard to Judge the tremen tOO gteLmPs 500 aooounteOO '
:Frank L. Woodard Mrs. >
dous Influence of goodness preen tor '
uarterly
Valencia Williams, William B. that your Intelligent .tamp. compounded 4
Haley Sr. ,and David had on all concerned."approach 000 een and
patd
Seniors walked proud t : ,dlvdend '
about the considers folJowlnsrtheir The evening of song was 'a UnUed Stolesa
Ring Ceremony. April 23. hlghlUtfited by the group re"- 1/10 0 ate \\n 8.loan luln.
The beautiful ,rings represent ceIving a standing ovation ot Funds from $avjn9s"
another symbol of achievement. from the audience. Free transfer a month"stl

On May 7 this chorus ot eV
' will
Your silent salesman sing to the glory of the Eliza the 20 th Idend8 from
beth Era when the English Department Save by earn dl v ,
-A classified ad! culminates Its school I
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PAGE 16 SATURDAY APRIL 25, 1964 other !hard fought battle with WEST COAST OPEN GOLF ful.
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. Anez the winner. Once again HAS BIG DRAW ON STATE The five top pros, who turn
for the 16th time this year ed In a professional Job were
JERRY POWERS fought and By LEO ARMBRISTERThe Tom Brown of Tampa, with a ,
', -, ,, ,- .- -- the nod BOBBY FAY
*
- y won over weather was superb, the three under par 68; Richard
In four rounds. Jerry Is a work course was Well groomed and Lewis, Bartow 69'; Herbert
horse. This show was '''wit- the players were teed-up and Dickson, Bartow 70: M, Wilder
nessed by a number of politicians many; such were the conditions Tampa 70 and h. C C'k ens,
SpearingWith such as Congressman Sunday at Rogers Park in Winter Haven 72.
Claude Pepper, Sheriff Bu- Tampa, where the 10th annual Winners in championship
chanan, Councilman Dave Ken flight were 'James A. Pierce
nedy, Judge DuVal, his brother West Coast Jacksonville 72; James Ever-

Dick, Rennlck running for Open Golf ette, Miami 75; Luther !Rogers, I

Sports tate other representative candidates.and numerous Tournament Tampa 75. Everett beat' Rogersin .
a play-off.
First ,flight winners were E.
They all had a wonderfultime
By HARRY SPEAK O 100
r
v e
and no speeches were Smith 79; H. Smith 80 and
made. golfers converged Otis Collln 80.,
on the Second flight winners were
The Miami Marlins of the son, first for the Teamster's Cigar City 1 J, Richardson, Jacksonville 83;
Buddy Pack ,has asked the ; C. Andrews 83. Richardson
Florida State League are delighted Florida Political (Education Tampa
to have Bobby Frazier Drive Benefit; second, for the commission for DOUG VALIL- from all parts won in play-off; J. Gll-
as their second baseman.: Frazier substituting. of his main event LANT suspension This Is not :'! of the state to crist 84, Tampa.Winners .
Is In his first season of and semi-wIndup. As It happen. the first tjme he has, pulledout .d make this the In the third flight:
professional baseball after ed It turned out OK and, the of a fight. ;without a good most successful tourney of all. S. Jackson 89; L. Duncan, Clear-
signing, last fall fti,+ ,{ largest ''Crowd .to attend the excuse ,'Not even' a phone 'call.I This declaration came from water, 91; S. Gaither, Clearwater -
Pan American Auditorium went hope the commission sets an I 92.EXCELsIORS,
Willie Black> of Roger
Bobby was a fine all around home well satisfied example. It could put a stop pro
athlete at Douglas High In Wau- to all this. Then they wonder Park Course! BOWLING
chula, Fla. He then went to As the main 'event between why boxing gets a. black:' Bethune-Cookman College and Mickey Mackey and Joe'' Mur- You' can't blame' the 'Sports unique distinction of being the Excelsior is
football 'and baseball > writer sometimes only Negro professional in League roar-
played' chinson was so' close after when 'they
'
ing to fast close of the 6364season
a
knock the complete charge of a Munici
Murchison for fight Commis-
was dropped a came. .
'As a quarterback Frazier pally-owned and operated golf ; down the entire line-
sion. Let's what
count a couple of times the see you can do '
was twice named All-Southern from course in these parts. up a mad scramble for posi-
crowd thought It here on.
Intercollegiate Athletic and Is home early. Murchlnson was 'came going -! When the action 'got started tion is the order of events..

regarded as one of the finest I I back strong ,each time and had JilADPIE, who runs the 5th the Par and Birdie Club of .Miami The Hagan and'Fonda No. -
football players In the school's Mickey couple 'oft l Street\Gym fell and broke her was well represented and team: has taken grips on first
history. I times. This bought the house ahkle at'''home. She is resting the president, Kelley C. Wilson place) and is.-giving the rest of
Bobby ball standing and screaming Its head at the St. Francis Hospital on expressed delighted appreciation the league a run for the money
played semi-pro the for the interest his with no signs of rellnkuishlng
(or Brantford, Ontario last1summer off. Both were on their feet at Beach. All her friends and
and received his the end'of the ten rounds. myself wish her a speedy re- members have shown 'in their .the lead. -
big-I covery. Good luck Haddie.r golf
gest baseball thrill there Team standings
This would make :

a great return The
Miami
when he hit two home runs in J bout. contingent con- Hagan and Fonda 63-27
Mickey gained a sisted of Wilson, James Everett
.
one game. He was signed to a close decision. The same thing Steve .' Ernes'Hayes Olympics 67-33
: McEImurrav, "
.
professional contract by PhU-j :>1 r The Renegades 60-34
1 occurred with the semi final. Willie'' Lourene
lies scout I Nathaniel Jeff, Buddy: "
Dewey Grlggs American TV *
I J J"f'i1T I I This one was an upset. Substitute I Jackson, Mose Bethea, 52-38
-' <<"' -'' Porter Hopkins'TV Boor Cloverleaf Sport Shop 50-40
# "I.' :' ''J'rot < Rolle won the duke Young, Dennis Peak
>f: V't>".. f' o" hii. over undefeated Joe Nardi I T ,Eddie Metropolitan Cleaners' ,60-40
Hayes, Jackson Robert ,
The Late Rollers '
i, iif"1 after Joe, being dropped twiceIn 48-42
,;- / Repair ShopRADIOS I Seldon, Herbert Brown, Bowe's Barber Shop 45-45
one roundf came back strong Leo Pender, Charlie Peterson Varsity Barber
Shop 44-48
and e groggy. Jimmie
Gllcrlst and Leo Arm-
AND HIFI'SAND News Realty 41-49
iril i
'*Thlc' went the distance of",8 brister. |, Hagan and Fonda No.. 2 41-40
rounds, with Nardi windingup YOUR FAVORITE Giving this ,hazardous layouta The Satellites 41-49
the strongest. Nardi was RECORDS play for par and having a McDonald's Liquor,Store 38-64
troubled with a bloody nose wee-bit of success was not a Wright's Construction 36-64
from the beginning. ,which wasa 5001 NW 22nd Ave. matter of course; but there The Hot Shoppes. 337
\ handicap. I were a few who were succeMi < Park's Bar 32-68
Free pick and delivery
up i
f\l This loss might do Joe 'a lot II .- ..
1 of good. It does not; hurt to Service Calls $1.50

lose a fight. Phone: LIBERTY HOMES S

The other 8-rounder was :
between VAL ANEZ ,and ED- 6349484 or 634-9672

yI DIE McKEEVER. It' was an- If Almost ,
you must have new 2 CBS build. ,

.1 the best. Ings. Urge spacious,rooms,

YOUR GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY double garage; no qualifyTr -

This was built by own;

Restaurant -, Fully Equipped 1219 NW,. ,33rd St. er, a contr tor. Lot is 98x

ESTABLISHED MANY YEARS 123 ft. Don't miss this!

Frazier's ambition Is AIR CONDITIONING REASONABLE RENT
to become Another Combined
gem.
2-story duplex !
"another Bobby Richardson. 745 NW 62nd StreetFor the
." His current manager, with extra cornerwith extra lot this can
Bobby Morgan says Bobby has Rent Weekly or Monthly1 into an estate for
an excellent chance to lot..,
go on "' spacious, luxury living.Bank .
to a long career. See the place, then call .
r offers $13,500 mort

"Bobby has a lot of ability," Building Owner'' UN 68757BEST 3723 gage. See I It. If you have an
NW '11 Ave.
said Morgan who played In the expensive ,
National League for seven sea- taste and a little
sons." He has had a'good catsh.. Stop, look and),buy.
spring and Is one of'our best Veterans
hitters right now, I'm, glad to 2-bedroom CBS $74 month ,,
have him playing tavme.'V:." .1, BUYS IN TOWN'DOWN No Down 2-bedroom CBS, $64 month ,
'
Frazier Is happy,tcr be JUn .' '.. -
Miami. "This Is a beautiful ball M Payments 2 houses one a. large 2-
park and I really' like/the I city .. bedroom CBS
from what I've seen,'",he said. I LOW PAYMENT HOMES FHA with separate I
;
"I'm hoping to have: a goodyear furnished apt ,over ,a*, 2-car I

." for the; people J. >down.... _: "'. 4830, :NW:3rd',Avenue_ :. $350 cash'aaralre.. ",!Owner,' must, MIL, I

FACTS; CBS corner, 3'' bedroom) dining, area, utility room, Valued at '18500. A real. ':
Nickname: Roberto 'I' 'r .. carport, appliances, .$12,300 "'.total. $400 :down.Pass 4711 NW 11 Ave. ,good buy at $15,000.:
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Born Wauchula, Jan. 21, 1941 ". '
then call u.. "" ,
by : '
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Bats R One
: throws R block Park,
Best Buy! Aping
tt': Ht. 6-11 -o- schools This lovely
'
Wt. 185
I '"
I I 2-bedroom CBS is worth

:!, _Single Tt 843 NW 63rd Street $500 Down more than the $11,000 ap-

,t i The: Marlins return to action 2-bedroom, dining room, ,,jalousied porch, carport, 520 NW 42nd St. praled value. Total,"monthly -

,t i In the Stadium Sunday night, patio/ appliances washing machine. $9,000 total, payments 'will,be only: ,
t April 28 against ,the r. Tampa $300 dDw We hare'key. You,mustsee., $72. 0.' '
': ) Tarpons, a Cincinnati farm ,
J team. I' 1' 1 1v For ,the BigFamily '
Starting time for all ,, *; 4-bedrooms,2 beat
'! Sunday, games Is 630. Manager ; .baths.
Bobby Morgan has not decided -" 1850-2' 1W''' th''Street' > tiful CBSserEspressway: ,
upon a starting pitcher as of Ki: :' $500 Down 3 large :'air" conditioners,
I yet but feels his staff has come j
around exceptionally well. C$9'duplx'rluo! etnleirge.2: b*drooees'\each side. fenced yardL A modern

The Sunday game Is the first One completely-furnished. FUj'roam? ,<'(;G3rfcfafe;; new 1464 NW 39th St. beauty. Hurry 1

of a six night home stand. ,In $UJ,OOO total;: $600 down.Paii,by7\'thenI1Ehr t :* Buena Vista bedroom, '2 bath CBS

addition to Tampa, Lakeland : ... ,. f
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: t!' ", .. ...."S tiled patio, separate enclosed
and Ft. Lauderdale will come .. \I,. l' : 0 # ,,, Beauty
calling on the Marlins. [' garage, nice quiet'
.
.600-602 'NW 69th Street ?
street. Totla
Box seats are' $1.50' general : 400 -NW' 47th St only 13600.
admission. $1.00; ,children thru CBS, duplex, beakitiful corner, like new' 2-bedrooms. FHA: approyed.

10 years 50 cents; senior citi- ,each .'side. ,Completely,furnished. .$t .SOO total $60bdown. _
: '
zens 50' cents. Free !
reservationscall NE pat 5-5395 dng. ,No closing costs Pass"'by'then call. <

Sunday, ;April 26 Tampa Come into our, office just ,a few blocks away: 'we
Monday,April 27 Tampa 1 have 100 homes for immediate sale. Save time. w.ckn'help'You .
;, Tuesday, April 28 Lakeland MANYtOTHER, Y
'f Wednesday, April 29 Lakeland trS. t !

..t 'I 4Thursday' .- ALSO VA, AND 'FHAHOMES.. j
It", LIBERTY REALTYMember
April 30'- Lakeland

{ ". dale.Friday, ,. May .1 ,- Ft. Lauder SHELL REALTY BROKER

aBUDDY ( Miami Board of Realtors) ,

PACK deserves all 4260 NW 7th Are. 758-5551 4500 NW' ,2nd Ave. x,1.7594
the credit In the world with
his April" 20 show fot this rea. t 1 i '\
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