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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: May 2, 1964
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
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General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
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41st. YEAR No. 34 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY ?, 1964 SIXTEEN PAGES 10 CENTS

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F1L .F k Ministers Organize To 1. :' (,t


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F .;' Yet I P' 1q41 \I Fight Racial Bias In Fla. ,I ;I


a e One hundred and fifty Negro son of the Methodist' Church I 4In i

I \ Florida and Ala. Ministers of all denominations was elected socre-. '
I from across the state, met on Orlandoj 1C Rev. J, B. Bryant
Friday, April 21, at Lakeland, 1 of the Primitive Baptist Church J L,
Catholic Schools to organize themselves for a of Tampa, was elected treasur- i ;
: frontal attack against the iniquities '
?
erg The group voted to name all }
: now being perpetrated presidents of local interdenominational .,
against ,the Negro In Florida. : ,
Ordered To MixAll Alliances to serve 1
LAt with the officers as an execu
Roman Catholic schoolsIn 1.':., "" :",t tive committee The Rev Robert
Alabama and Northwest Florida ;t .II. ,Wilson heads: the com-
,were ,ordered Sunday, by ,#;>0\; jO':.;. mittee charged with drawing: ur.

Archbishop Thomas J. Toolento ;, pares' of Incorporation. ,
To' Study in London Mrs. Hattie the nuptial J. Albnrr rows announces of- desegregate In September.The 't 'The group' 'then .dMed Hi?' '

Atlanta her daughter, Joyce 8. Carterto Archbishop said in a purpose 'In greater detail, and i I
,
announced University recently Singleton Simmons, Jr., son pastoral letter read in all the named the Rev. Tlllnvan of
liams, 1959 that,Valdedictorian Evallna Wil of of Air. and Mrs. Slnglejton Simmons I churches in his diocese, the West Palm Beach; Mclflsslckof ,. I
Miami Northwestern Senior of Green Cove 'Springs step was necessary In justice St., Augustine;, fa'ncl Tanner, of, '
High School, Is the recipient of Miss Carter. Is' a, 1961 graduate and charity" Tampa, to formalize' the state{! J f
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of Booker T. a
Washington and I
a Charles E. Merrill Foreign a ment of purpose. In general;
former coed of Miami-Dado In about 80 elementary and
Study-Travel Fellowship. This every possible effort Is to be ';
fellowship is to be used for Junior College. Miss Carter was 13 Catholic high schools all 12 used to bring complete freedomto
the first cashier
Negro hired
at grades are affected by the order the Negro In Fla.
graduate study toward the the I
62nd St. Food Fair, and has
9 Ph.D Approximately 25,000 are
the
degree at University
of London and travel in the received the Year.H an award She is as now"Cashierof head attending these schoola. The final action taken by the I
countries of Europe for the Ministers, was the endorsementof
academic year, 196465. Miss cashier. Mr. Simmons lei: a grad. Alabama's public w hit 1 e three candidates. They were!
Williams is presently pursuingthe uato of Dunbar High, Green schools have admitted just a Mayor Robert King Hisch of Miami
Master's degree in CounselIng Cove, and Is employed at BAI handful !of Negroes, and It Is for Governor; honorableBralley
at Atlanta A June 14 ia apparent that the order will Odham of Orlando, for
University. wedding ,
planned. \cut deep in Alabama's segregated U. S. Senator; and HonorableEarl
schooling.In Faircloth of Miami, for ;

the letter, Toolen said he the three hour meeting, Attorney General.

40,000, To Hear Baptist took the step "after much the group elected the Rev Edward The meeting was held at the
prayer, consultation and advice T. Graham, minister of First Baptist Church in Lakeland
." t- the Mt Zion Baptist Church, ; the Rev. Paul H, Jackson, j
"I know this will not meet Miami, 1 as its first president. 'minister.Te'VatCrr. I' ,
Leader In Orange Bowl 'the approval of many of our The. Rev Mr. Graham's name ,
own people, but In justice and was put into nomination by the .. .., ,. j.t
",. .. charity, \this must be done. Rev. .Curtis J,,'Jackson of, Or+'- "" =\ ''S' .: .j, ..: I'
Dr. J. H. Jackson, presidentof 1 r. x 11 ""r'' akr lI"'of"our" people) } to'ac-.' t..nUvr;for+.*ravtJ Commissioner** the1 National Baptist Convention I kept this decision as best for 1
''ori, Open Mike
city. The president won over .
,' USA, Inc., pastor of Oli- God and' country. No matter candidates I
the Rev.
vet Baptist Church Chicagoand what personal feelings are, the two strong Open Mike, with host Heh-
J. Johnson and Robert II,
S.
a vice president of the common good of all must come drlk J, Bern; will pretent
Baptist World' Alliance; will be first. Wilson, both, of ,Jacksonville, "The Voters Speak" hext Sun-

t. one of; the speakers at the Pre- Toolen Is archbishop of the Fla.J.. day evening, from 7-0" p.m:;' 'and
Alliance Rally at the Orange Mobile Birmingham diocese S. Johnson of the African guest will bo Dade voters.
Bowl Sunday evening. which Includes all Alabama and Methodist Episcopal Church, As usual, the program will '
I .. North Pan named the first vice- live from the Hampton
Most of the Baptist churchesin part of the Florida was as come
Dade County are .cancelling handle president. The Rev. E. n.John. House

their' evening services this Sunday -
la. order -that their. people
may participate In this rally, T'y "
and a.crowd of approximately
40,000 Is expected 1 to attend. Pr rJohnson

The program will officially
begin at 6:30: p.m. 'with the Ql',
march of the flags of the '
nations participating In the
Baptist: World Alliance. Just 1*
prior. to 6:30: the choirs will
march to their place. The program i
will close at 9 ,p.tn.
m.edro;:
The purpose of the rally' Is

to stimulate Interest,, in t h e National GroupThe
11th -Baptist World Congress '
which .meets at Miami Beach, Rev. Thedford ,ohnson,
June, 1965 pastor of the St. John Institu- e Mr >A

tional ,Baptist Church,, was In-
formed' this week ,that he has
been '''elected to serve' on the _
.So 'rn 'Presbyteriest National Planning .Committee
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t-. 'for Cuban ,Refugees. from the __ _
t I. : Order Integration, Division '.of Home'.Mission of _
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fl w. MOHTREAT, N.C. The es,' New.Tork.CK; ,..,.xf';. ?. :
t( ,Southern Presbyterian' Church '* ?liattoclettC.aaslectbiL'dining ; : '
'iienday ordered integration. of the 'meeting: :in March -1
Its MUl-eegregated presbyterties ; -; --
The next meeting will be on -
ita seven' states. It also -
June 9.
voted to stay with the World ---In his letter to the Rev,,.Johnson II ,. 4
Council Churches. ;
r of H. Conrad Hayer asslclate "NASSAU HERE WE COME"- talned their huabtmds at a gour I chairman, Frances! Chambers, .
The two decisions came durIng -. executive secretary of the, Council The smiling expressions on the met buffet, In preparation for Standing! left to right Char..
a busy meeting of the wrote: !faces of members of the Greater making this foreign invasion a lotte F. Clark; Dr. S.' M.; Frazier' ;
104th'' session of the General "You will be on the committeenot Miami Chapter of Links, monmentous occasion. i Dr. I. P. Davis, Daniel Franc;., fI .
Assembly of the Presbyterian as from Miami particularly Inc., and their connecting links. First row seated left to rightare I John Chambers, Alonza, ',Fannln,, .
Church, U.S.;'(Souther) but as from the Division of The chapter will be host to the 'mesdames: Dora Patterson" Alexander Brooks, Dr. Na- ti;
The' Integration order con- Home Missions., We named you 1964 Convention of Links, Inc., Carrie Mumford Hulde Frazier 'I thanlel Colston, Dr. W.A. Patterson -"
, nectar; 43 N gro thurches with because we wanted' f someone on June 25, to June 28, at the Mary'' F. Mary F. Williams, second Jr., David H. Dobbs;"e '
, a membership' of 2,500 with all from one of the minority groupson fabulous Nassau Beach Hotel in row left to right Gussle [ James M.' Reid,< Kennedy; '
white 't presbyteries or this committee. At the same Nassau, Bahamas. This marks Dobbs, Sue Francis, Louise Mumford Eugene Kemo and": .
., church! courts In North time we- wanted that person to the first time In the 14 year Davis, Linnle Fannin, Ever- Mayme E. .Williams. Links not'In
Carol South Carolina, Georgia be'r 0 m Miami \because he 'history of the Links that they green Murphy L.Lugtuta Colston, picture are: Gwendolyn Welt .
Florida, Alabama, ..yt.CtsJ .:- would then be familar'wlth the are meeting on foreign coil. Recently Maude K. Reid, convention ton Robinson and Jamie Bry-t .:.
.
the, Miami Links enter- president, Bernice Kemp, ant. f. < :>i.>. 1
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and William "Hilgh Window," directed by
"Peter"
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. 7 Miamians Get ton Green as as "Jerry" 'in "The Zoo James B. Randolph.
:::::. G. W. Carver High Manatee
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1964 Acting Honors Story Banner-man, principal, "Gloriia
Others included North Dadehigh Mundi," directed' by Clarence I'
Names of outstanding actors Prince Williams as "Wal Brown. ,'I

Nassau to Turn Out and Speech actresses Florida and in Drama Interscholastic the 15th Festivaland annual at- G ter W."Robert Hodge"Carver in Cartwell"High"High, Ralph Window.In Dykesas "Glo-" Colebrook North Dade as "Emily/High, Nancy"High }ykWindow" i't

Conference sponsored I Mundi." 1
ria

To Honor Sid Poitier FAMU were partment Dr. S. announced Randolph by of the Speech University Edmonds this and week Drama, headof De-by I Sands Miami as Northwestern"Edwards""John Andrews"in ,and Herman Mil- "Virginia G.Miami WL! Carver,"Northwestern in ,"Gloria Carol Davis,'A?Annie uad!as" \'";1

-- -- -- -- -- 1\11- ton Coffee as Washington as "Nora Andrews"in
Seven
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department. ,
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Guest. "
Sidney Poitier. Nassau's most motorcade Including school amlans were among the 19 thespians "Special "Special Guest. \
-celebrated contribution to show children, housewives, merchants honored. actresses awards ."
business, will be (given a hero's and even,' the thousands of Outstanding actors honors Outstanding Best Method to Sell!
welcome when he revisits his tourists who arrive daily at went to two students from went toNorth: Dade High School,
home town May 1. this vacation Mecca. Miami's Booker T. Washington A Classified Ad! It
Poitier will be honored for A tlckertape-style receptionfor High. They were Reginald Bur- Charles D. Wyche, principal, ..., '" ,-
his Award Poltler with flowers In- ;1
Academy -wlnning
performance as the itinerant stead of confetti, will be a high-
handyman in the film "Lilies light of the parade. Music and 1.y
of the Field. impromptu dancing will add
zest to the ceremonies.A -
Some 50,000 Bahamians are testimonial dinner will be
expected to Join In a motorcade held at the Sheraton-British Co.
from International Airport into lonial Hotel May 4. The highlight 6-A 6ADon't 1

downtown streamers welcoming Nassau. the Brilliant actor presentation of the program to Poltler will be of the a 6.A 1II

will line the 13-mile route. The commemorative
The
plaque.
colorful Boy's Brigade of Nassau
.1
presentation Is to be :
expected
will form
of honorat
a guard
the airport.An made by the Premier, the Hon
Sir Roland T. Symonette. Four
official reception is plan hundred persons will attend.
ned. Prominent leaders in government The idea to honor Poi tier was
business and Industrywill advanced by the Association false
misled promises
welcome their famous for Educational Progress, a be by

countryman, group interested In establishing:
Bahamians, from all walks of a workshop in Nassau for the
life, will be represented in the performing arts.
FRIEND
-- I LET'S ELECT A PROVEN


17 Youths Jailed InOpaIocka

' PLEASE VOTE FOR ';.." '
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Teen RumbleSeventeen .. >


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Negro youths were pons. '_-7.1
arrested, 31 others referred to I The 17 youths over 17 were
Juvenile Court Monday, following booked! on charges of disorderly ,
a knockdown, drag-out conduct.
rumble near North Dade Junior The others, all under 17, will
Senior High' School. appear 'before Justice of the
Some of the youngsters, des- Peace Hugh DuVal.
cribed a member of rival gangs Also confiscated by police
from the Opa-locka area, car- was a foot-long butcher knife,
ried brass knuckles, knives and hidden In a package by a young
at least one razor, police report girl, who apparently was not
ed.Assistant connected with either group.
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school principal Anderson said trouble first "
Joseph Anderson said he heardin broke out at a party glvten? Fri. '.
advance about the brawl, day night, by one of the groups.
which apparently sprang from Two boys, one from each .
...,
fights between two members of gang, were Involved in a heated i "t.1"" ..... '
rival groups, and went to the argument which erupted in '1 "f ; ,It i.-,
school, early about 7 a.m. fighting Saturday night, aU a ,.'\'.,. ..,t 'am" ..,
The melee took place a few party trlwn by the oth _CTAUJ. ,4I!r'' ....wrAN+.MrI.. r t ,' ,
blocks away; at N\V Lath -Ave. It was decided Sunday, And. .
and 151st St. Anderson rode erson said, that the two groups : "J
into the fray on a borrowed would meet head-on early Mon-
bicycle and after 10 minuteswas day, for a bare-knuckle showdown -
able to Quell the fighting. "They agreed," he said '
He was not hurt. "that no matter who won the '!
The 41-year-old school official fight they would go on back to Senator Fred: BudDICKINSON
then herded the two groups, school and be happy again."
one ahead of him, the other be- Apparently In the heat of
hind, back to the school audi- battle the youths forgot about
torium, were police interrogated, the bare knuckle and pulled out
them and confiscated the wea- weapons, he said. I


Beach Again Shows The Way Iy




I Miami Beach J Hires ,.. -


FOR -
First Negro PatrolmanMiami

"
Beach has hired its modations. Many Negroes attend
first Negro police Chief conventions In the city, stay at
Rocky Pomerance said Monday.. its hotels and eat in its restau- GOVERNOR; '
The recruit, a former guardat rants.
the City of Miami's stockadehas
started 14 weeks of train- Pomerance said Smith will be
ing at the Metro Police Acad- assigned to a regular patrol

emy.. Smith The, new 35. officer Is JamesW. "shift training' when course.he -completes-- his Pull Lever 6-A and Insure a FAIRER'! Opportunity

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"He applied and passed the
tests, so we hired him", Pom- Willie Lourene

erance said. Hopkins' ,. For ALL
The chief said 39 men including -

three Negroes applied TV ... '. '
Repair Shop .
for positions on the police Y
I WINDER ,
force. Only two, including RADIOS AND HI-FI'S .., Vote For And Support a
force. Smith passed the test. ('- !,.- .' "-t.
AND YOUR FAVORITE Vote For Dickinson
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While 'a guard at the stock-
ade, Smith received several RECORDS
commendations Beach police 5001 NW 22nd Ave. .

officers said. He was reported Free pick up and delivery
to haVe 'scored well on both
physical and mental exams of Service Calls $1.50 ;

the:Police Department. Phone: 6.A 6.A 6-1,

'Few 'Negroes live In Miami 6349484 or 634.9672
Beach although* many are employed -
there. I .........-.. -----..- t\\
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.The city was,the ,first in Dadeto 'Your silent salesmanA Pd. Pol.. .'AdT.THE .
bAl"' Mki"
'break down raCial barriersin classified ad! I -
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"Do You' Take Thie -- MIAMI''' TIMES *-. MIAMI, FLA. J.tJ': '

SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1964 PAGE 3

;j HIGH COURT HAY EXAMINE'INTERMARRIAGE a


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I TEST CASEThe ,

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Of all the
,:,f United States Supreme set free. "Florida has not made because Florida bars interra-
'" Court decided Monday It has it a crime at all for a man or I cial marriage."We .
"probable jurisdiction" to examine woman of the same race to engage -
': a Miami Beach case in the identical conduct I do not challenge thestate's Englishmenwho L
',. which the NAACP Is using to charged" power to regulate sexual
,
"
'i test state laws prohibiting Interracial morality, the NAACP argued.
''t marriages Comonlaw marriage would 'But this law does not requireany
normally be a defense under proof of sexual or other drink gin.
6 "The essence of the right to Florida law, the NAACP said, misconduct! It merely regulateswho .
'! marry Is a freedom to Join In but, is unavailable to the couple occupies a room.'
marriage with the person of how !
;b one's own choice," the NAACP many
,; argued In a brief filed with the Northwest YWCA ter. Interested young people
court. should call Mrs. Holland at I
Center Activities 634-26S1. drink Gordon's ?
'}j The case, McLaughlin vs.
Florida 'began In March 1963 BOYS FISHING CLUB --------.-..-
;I when two Miami Beach detec-j The spring term of the North
; tives acted on a landlady's west YWCA Center Boys Fish Newsboys Wanted' of them. And It's been that
plaint and arrested Dewey McLaughlin ing Club will begin on Satur- Most way j
J a Spanish-speaking: day, May 2. Boys will meet at IN RICHMOND HEIGHTS years. To be blunt about It,
Honduras-born hotel
and Connie Hoffman employee charges, the Center, 5100 NW 21st Ave., Gordon's is England's biggest selling gin
on
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at 7:30: a.m. Mr. Will O. Cox Is It is America's
they were living In the same Contact Richmond Height -as and theworld's
room. the club leader. For further In. '
formation, call 6342651. Only Why? Probably
The detectives went to the ten boys can participate in each Drugs because we have always

apartment to Investigate a term. refused to tamper with a :',
charge that Connie Hoffman, 14638 Lincoln Boulevard
also known as Connie Gonzalezwas YWCA WOMEN'S: GROUPAll good thing.Gordon's still _

contributing to the delinquency women are Invited to ..--........--....-.......-....-..--- harks back to Alexander
of her minor son. participate in the activities of Gord n's original
the Y Women's The A Classified Ad Will
McLaughlin and Connie were group. Pay formula conceived in II '
found guilty next meeting will be held on
a Jury of vio-
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lating Florida law against Monday, May 4, at 2 p.m. at Off in Big Dividend London 195 years ago- '"'
cohabitation. They were sen- the Y Center, 5100 NW 21st Ave. so Its distinctive dryness w 0 '
tenced to 30 days in Jail at hard Regular meetings are scheduledfor and delicate lotrooliD
labor and were fined $150 each. the first Monday, in each .; flavour Y
month. Mrs. Lenora Johnson Is remain unchanged and GIN ,

Identified Connie and by Det.McLaughlin Nicolas Vale-were chairman. QUALIFIED, unchallenged to this day M.II/l..... INS ft.=.....\\1 III':: t'.1 1
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rliana white III *
as a woman and YWCA NEED8 TEENAGE day.AskforGordon'sbyname. : "
Negro man by their appearance.The VOLUNTEERS

defendants argued that Teenage volunteers male and
if they had been found by the female are needed to help In
Jury to be both white or both th summer activities programat
Negroes, they would have been the Northwest YWCA Cen- --ii OF U.I.A.OUTIUID LONDON DIY DIN,100X NtUTUllMITIDISTlUtO j
MOM CItlN.M PROOF GORDON DRY OlN CO.LTD*UNDID.H,J.



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Defend Rights SuitsTwelve STAR MEAT 'MARKET



southern white attorneys : tions in Jacksonville Fla. He
have made civil his. also 'represented 200 demon- "Ho (r. well quo/tf/eJ/ / for 1520 N.W. 62nd Street, ,a ,
rights .
strators in St. Augustine in addition
his and his ,
tory by agreeing to represent V> .numerous other. Florida new(rlJnttt position WIll wish Mm ..,..- J., pr Y
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cIVil" rljchta action
Florida
Negroes In civil rights
well at he rites the goremmentalladder" MARKET WITHE COURTEOUS SERVICEM
suits. They will work under Mr. Johnson will supervisethe THE
the 'auspices of the NAACP Legal Fund's entire Florida opera 1.
and Educational Fund Inc. tion, along' with Legal Defense PANAMA CITY HERALD -.-'
This is the first time that a Fund Director-Counsel Jack
group of southern white attorneys Greenberg of the New York
have stepped forward to headquarters. Mr, Johnson will Fresh Meat-Low Prices
Join hands with their Negro be advised at all times of Florida 1 r ..
colle RUes. It Is also a bold step Legal Defense Fund activities -
toward easing the crucial short. through a summary listingof
age of civil dlghts attorneys In cases; he will assign lawyersand
the south. serve QS chief liaison with
the various civil rights groups
fcxmr of the white attorneys, represented by Legal Defense Lincoln Fields Apartments
all of whom are working Fund attorneys.
through the NAACP Legal Defense This is the type of project Paid poltlcal advertisement,
Fund, have already start. that the Greater Boston Com- paid for by Kynea Campaign 2045 N.W. 62nd Street i
ed to work: Jerome Bornsteinof mittee of the Legal Defense
Orlando has joined with Ne- Fund will be supporting. Fund, Ronnie Spencer, Chrm e -
gro counsel in a suit to desegregate -
Orange County (Orlando Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartment
) public schools. Howard RE ELECT Offering Many Feature
Dixon of Miami has joined Negro -
counsel in a suit to desegregate Experienced FREE GAS
all the state public parks
in Florida. Anna Brenner Tile Bathroom... Refrigerator Gas Store ''

Bernard Mandler and Irwin MEYERSto Newly Painted Venetian Blind

Block, both of St. Augustine of Washing Mae..... Laundry Rooaas
have Joined in the defense the
four Negroes charged with killing Free Parking Auto hot water reater
a member of the Ku Klux DADE COUNTY
Klan. Free Garbage Dfepeeal Filtered waterCAR'ETAKER
SCHOOL BOARD
The entire committee Is SERVED TEN YEARSDEDICATED ON PREMI1ES
under supervision of Earl M.
Johnson chief Florida counsel .
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of the Legal Defense Fund.
Mr. Johnson a graduate of
Howard Law School, represent.ed Pull Lever 44-A W..Id.Kdee

more recent than racial 200 persons demonstra-during $144k. 1-....... IIB.SO 2-bedroom Apt.

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PAGE 4 SATURDAY MAY 2, 1964 State Human


Relations Rollins Meet aC Coconut Grove Progressive ClubWe


All Florida colleges and unl-
ersities will join together OB urge all registered voter to exercise your rightto
the Rollins College campus In
\Vimter Park. Slay 7 and 8 to vote May Bth for better government. We feel that

H. B. SIGISHUXD REEVES, Editor and Publisher discuss the "Soul and Goals of
for thee
positons
America" In relationship to stu these candidate are best qualified :
GARTH C. REEVES. Managing Editor dent life In the Third Annual

Member of the National Xewrpapera Pnbliaher AsodUo Conference on Human Rela- Constable Out 1-C. W. HUDDLESTON 48-A
tions In Higher Education In Judge Dist. 1-HUGH DuVAL 46-A
SnBSCRIPTIOX KATES i Fla.The 7-A
ROBERT K. HIGH
ONE TEAR f3.K) SIX MONTHS $3JOO FOREIGN |&JOO theme of the conference, Governor-
approached by an Inquiry into Sheriff-Floyd Miner 32-A
Entered J. Second dam )Matter August, 1927 at the Post Offlo' the interpretation of society by Congress-CLAUDE PEPPER 3-A
at Miami, Florida, ender the act of March 8, 1B76 the arts and education will be
opened by President Hugh Mc- Judge Circuit Court-HARVIE DuVAL 4-A
Main OHlce at C740 N.W. 15th Arenne-Phone OX 1-4)421 Kean of Rollins College, following Public Defender HUGHLAN LONG 10-B
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Downtown Offlc 1112 X.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR 3-S36 which President Kadel Florida
Presbyterian College, St. Atty. General-EARL FAIRCLOTH 8-A
Peterburg, will lead a discussion State Senator-BOB HAVERFIELD I2-A
GOVERNOR assisted by a panel of col
HIGH FOR lejre and university presidents. U.s. Senator-BRAILEY ODHAM 1-B

May 5, the day for the Primary is now but three Professor Further emphasizing Arthur Wagner the, arts director -, Group ROBERT SHEVIN 14-B

days away* On Tuesday we go to the polls to exerciseour of the Annie Russell Group 2-BERNIE BERMAN 16-A
right of franchise. It is an important duty and we Theatre will present Samuel Group 5-DICK RENICK

urge all registered voters, if it be possible to go and cast Beckett's "Waiting for Godot"as Group MURRAY DUBBIN 23-A
a social document for discus-
their votes. There are no drawbacks to voting in Dade sion. Group MARGUERITE KRAUSZ 25-A

County. On every side there is encouragement for votersto At the conference banquet, Group 14-GEORGE WHITING 30-A
go to the polls. That is one of the things Dade Countycan the Very Rev. Edward McCar-
be proud of.Unfortunately. thy, president, BIscayne College, CUT OUT THIS ARTICLE AXD TAKE IT TO TIm POLLS
Miami
will preside. Professor
such is not the case in some states in A. Smedley. Vanderbilt University FOR YOUR GUIDE

our country. Passing of the Civil Rights Bill will, we Law School, Nashville Tenn
editor of the Race Relations Reporter
hope, rectify this shameful situation.In will discuss "Human
this election several top officials] are being cho- Tensions as Reflected in the

sen. In the governor's race there' are six candidates. All On the morning of May 8,
is all but Now. it is Professor Robert Hufstader dlrectorRollins .
prominent men. Campaigning over. College Conservatory .
up to the voters to choose whom they would to serve as of MUSIChwill present choral I

governor of the State of Florida. Roman I
Catholic, and Jewish faiths
We have made our choice and commend him for Following this session. Professor .

your consideration. If you believe as we do, then cast Irving Stock Rollins Col-
your vote for Robert King High, a Miamian who has lere literary critis, will lead the
discussion
with
served as mayor four times. He has the interest of the "Images of Man a In paper Modern on ,

state at heart and will make a good governor. Let's senda American Fiction."
Miamian to Tallahassee.We With the background thus laid
Dr. Notel Hendrix, Dean of Stu-
have other recommendations, hope they too will endts University of Mlam. will
meet with general approval. open a discussion on human relations
on the campus as seen
Brailey Odham 1-B Murray Dubbin 23-A from the office of student deans.
Claude Pepper 3-A Tom Spencer 27-A Dr. Bernard Gross, dean of Florida
Southern College Lakeland,
Harvie DuVal 4-A Dick Fincher 28-B will preside at this session. f'

Earl Faircloth 8-A Maxine Baker 29-A 1 .

Edwin Mason 9-B Aram Goshgarian 35-A A Tribute to Rev.S. "
10-A Martin Shachat 36-A t4 iir
Robert Koeppel A. CousinThe }
Cliff Herrell 11-B Jack Gordon 41-A
present pastor Rev. S.
Donald Eefting 13-A Jane Roberts 39-B A. Cousin has brought a Re-
Bernard Berman 16-A Anna Meyers 44-A nalssance in the financial We urge you to reelect JACK B. GORDON *o the

Carey Matthews 20-B Hugh DuVal 46-A structure of the church. Ire Dade County Board of Public Instruction in order to
'Kenneth Myers\ 22-A John Gilbert 47-A Instituted the envelope system.
otKl placed membership on a show everyone in the entire county that we appreciate -

personal sacrificial basis. He his efforts ,to provide :true equality of educational
SENIOR CITIZENS GET BREAKThe abolished "rallies" and made
the "Special 'Days" of the Con opportunities ALL the children in Dade County.
:Metro Commission on Tuesday ordered a nection and Calendar meaning. Urge your friends to vote for:
special reduction in fares for Senior Citizens.. If they ride ful in terms of original em-

buses during the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. and between phasis. Special worships have

7 p.m. and midnight. been church.held Officers on Stewardship and memberswere In the JACK B. GORDON 41-A

These fares apply to persons over 65 years of age. given instruction in the
They will be compelled to get a card to guarantee their various phases .of church discipline -
age and that they are residents of Dade County. and policy Beautification -
Commissioner Tom O'Malley brought the matterbefore of the Church has been a
continuous
:the commission and it was passed by a vote of six and grounds program.are constantly Buildings up KEEP. .

to three graded. Members have attended
Commissioner Arthur Patten, Joe Boyd and Hardy state and Connectional meet. HARVIE

:Matheson opposed the plan for reducing fares.If Ings In large numbers, and DuVal
the plan into be six months youths of the church have been
goes effectit will on a given a renewed challenge.The

trial basis. church has ,been very adquate- .
ly heated with ,the most modern ....
EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKThe heating units. A program CIRCUIT COURT JUDGEA
has been instituted to liquidate
talkathon on civil rights goes on and it's hardto the indebtedness on the parsonage

predict just when it, will end. The Southern Senators has and an all-out effort
been started to elevate Rev.
are'at least showing their constituents what good elocutionists S. A. Cousin to the Council of

they are. After all this is election year. Bishops In 1964. .
Senator Hubert Humphrey, leader for civil rights Our church Is (08 years old !
supporters, on Monday puts it another. way when he said and has never had a. minister
elected This
that Senators are 'making fools of ourselves like a 1964 let bishop.us go down in year historyas of

sort of adult delinquent" in delaying a vote on the Civil helping to make Rev. S. A.

Rights. Bill. Cousin the first pastor to be 10\
The weeks of talk on the issues, no said have only elected Bishop from Greater

given motivation and incentive to irresponsible Negro Bethel AME'Church. Proven Record as your Circuit Court Judge
Sunday, May 4, will be the
leaders' .promoting. "extravagant and way out demonstra- last Sunday, he will be with us e Graduate.of U. of Florida and U. of Miami Law
tf ODS." .. ? before leaving for the General School
K"\ftfjiiwa, talk-in ,here, and they have the-8tall- Conference. We are asking all '
t, A**t, .State Attornejr and' Acting ..
,
in there'ahd i both are notworthy of the country." ""* I in 'thls community to be' present Dade Attorney for f

We believe there Is much to think about in what on this Sunday and wore
15 Year
ship with us.Presentations. extensive trial practice in :
ALL
Sen Humphrey said, and we hope that his words will Courts-
or any tribute Served Judge of District
as Court of
in bringing-the' "talkathon" to an end. Appeals
help, may be made at this time.
{ We thought regrettable that even after Presi- e Member Florida Bar, Dade County, Miami Springs

dent Johnson, who has been doing so much to get Civil 'WE APOLOGIZEIn ''Hialeah Bat Associations

Rights legislation passed, had spoken against any interference our Issue of March 21, we Member of Lions, Elks, Moose, U.S. Power Squadron .
with the opening of the World's Fair, such action carried a story stating that American Legion

would have been.cancelled. However it is pleasingto Herbert:: Thomas of 1907 NW Marine Combat Pilot World War II, Korean
2nd
know the NAACP, CORE, the Urban League and early court'on Sunday who was morning stabbed at Veteran,'"presently Colonel USMCR
'
other known organizations.. ., .4: were not :participants in the the Harlem Club. died In the Native of Dad;' married; two daughters; mem

c" night club. her of, Episcopal Church
fiasco.We hope the Civil Rights Bill'will eventually pass the We regret the error. Thomasdid i I'
: fegret.'that both Florida.Senators, Spessard not die in the night club, LEVER 4-A
SeD" .,nVe )
but In the vicinity the night
Holland# and "George" ..Smathera ,are .against l the Bill. club. .
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VFW Women For Peace SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1964 PAGE 7
Dugie's Guest HouseThe

Sponsoring Boxing Make AppealOn house of unusual rooms

And Wrestling May 12.14, representatives -
from the 15 NATO coun- Open 24 hours NE 4.3851
ShowsVFW tries will meet at the Hague in l Fight
is
Holland to discuss a multi-la- Seeing BelievingSee

Post 5693 Is now sponsor- terlal force, In other words,. the us for clean rooms _
Ing the professional boxing on spread of nuclear weapons-
each Tuesday night and the especially to West Germany. Jamaica Dugie always a Porkchop :
professional all star wrestling Women For Peace all over _
match on each Wednesday nightat America, recognizing the danger friend J.f
the Bunche Arena. of such a program bound to
increase tension between East 2941 NW 47th St., Miami Rule i "
Ed Hines, promoter of these and West and which may provea
sporting events at this arena is death blow to dlsarmanment -
doing this for this VFW Post intend Joining: women from -- -
In an effort to help the buildIng other NATO countries to protest FOR SALE Elect BOB
fund.! this threat to world peace.
,
Richmond
beautiful
Heights

These women will urge for a
These two nights of profes- change of emphasis from arma- 3-bedroom 1 bath CBS
sional
entertainment offer the ,
ment to
industrial
public the utmost In sports. with peaceful efforts to end pursuits home with and
The poverty awnings j
professional atmosphereat r
Illiteracy, and disease. HAVERFIELD
this
arena Includes Ed Hlnes Blanche
Calloway and Eve carporte.
and the
Singer family all about.
Siegel, both well known in this
The VFW Post
members ush-
area for their outstanding work 14015 Jackson Street \
ering and the sale
.. of refreshments conducting, Bill Terry of will for peace and for civic work, $350 down, $62,12 monthPh.
Miami Florida.
represent ,
radio station the popping In and We feel sure you 'will be eager 927-2977: or YU 3.7694 STATE SENATOR
taking over mike during 12'
to help with your contribu
Intermissions; Cy Godfrled, tlon to send these delegates on in Hollywood
popular referee In the ring this
Important
and many boxing commissioners vigil. I I "' ........- _Mny2...... .J' i
and many popular local We, the committee for
and state-wide fighters and Blanche Calloway are eager to
wrestlers.,, secure your help. Miss Calloway I

BUNCHE PARK OPENS serves ways. She this community is Executive In Direc-many ,I ELECT ROBERT L.

In an effort to assist the tor of the WMBM Community
youngsters of our area. Ed Service Foundation, Inc.,which r
Hines has opened a gym for I provides college schoolarshlps STATE LEGISLATURE
the training of young boxers. for worthy students to further 1
This gym Is opened on Mon-I education as well as to instill
day, Wednesday and Friday in them a sense: of responsibility
from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and on1 and civic pride. As Community 110I112KT SHHVIN'B opponent, David' << M 'Ii ,
Saturday and Sunday from Relations Director of <;JiJrHIghns. voted AflAINST the Dado
noon to 2 p.m. I I: WMBM, she also promotes many I delegation! 32% of tho time!

Dwalne Simpson, local boxer -'I benefits; talent and fashion ROBERT 81IISV1N is endorsed' l>y MORN
and Bill Rivens, local trainer shows for schools, YMCA, papers and organizations than any other
are in charge and offer all YWCA and civic groups. For candidate including tho
the experience and knowledgethey the past three years she has
been chairman DAILY NI \VR +'
possess. of volunteersat MIAMI HERALD MIAMI
Youth Hall a group of adults 1IOMKSTKAD: NEWH LEADER
By the time this news item who work to provide these re
])At)) FEDERATION OF LA11OR
goes to precs the VFW Post jetted children with a sense of .
will have had its election of belonging because at least one VOTERS AND TAXPAYERS LEAC.UE
officers for the year 1964-65. group of adults cares.
The elected ''officers and place Make checks payable to Women I ROIIKRT' S1IEVIN offers n POSITIVES:
and date for the installation For Peace and mall to the I PLATFORM: of payrolls, tax iTductlpn and
night will Me announced In the Peace Center of Miami Association. legislative ACTIONI I
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were members In squads In Virginia
New Jersey, New York, 4 AL
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and were active memUers,
please call 624 9224 between
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8 a.m., and 4 pm Licenced and Insured
The International Rescue and
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Let us converted Yankees' get r ,
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in the TIMES to ac- we have all of Dade County
PAGE 8 SATURDAY MAY 2, 1964 Movie"Thoughts"By larger to choose from.
quaintwith showings
its and I ALL'MEAN'S'
FRANCES HENDERSON believe that as long as the mar- BY GO! GO'!
GO! THIS WEEK! DON'T
quee is outside, or radio time MISS
Is available, or the desire to "GLADIATORS 7"! "NIGHT

It has become necessary to go to the theatre persists, we'll MUST FALL!" CATCH THE

spend a few moments of replyto still be going. And, fortunately -' EARLY BIRD SPECIAL OR

.a 'a decent epistolary Inquiryas we- don't have to limit our THE REGULAR SHOWING.
to the fate of "movie fare"
offered by WOMETCO. In this I. II .1
rooont letter. t.ho. writer (a new
-
comer to Miami) showed definite Licensed Insured Flit _
concern over the qualityof Financing No down
JU \\ 1'. D. BRANTLY pastorof torium Saturday evening. If movies featured by \lo
Greater Israel Bethel Is Improving you are not "the costume type"then WOMETCO theatres, unduly Imyment
after undergoing\ sur- semi-formal attire Is per- behavior of infants, lack of Day and Night

gery at Jackson Hospital. His missible, Virgil Rogers is basi- first runs, etc. Perhaps the 681-4133 681-9052 RO F1N6 G0=

congregation and many friendsare leus. following information might
praying for a speedy re-, WILLIAM F. GREEK, form- serve to shed some light on Call now for tree estimateCOMPLETE

covery. erly of Miami, married Phyllis the subject:
:MISS: IIATTIK SHAVERS Smyth in an impressive Cath- ROpFING SERVICE
((1)) This column was cited as
Mrs. Irene Harris, teachers in olic ceremony in Chicago. Wi1sans'
the Broward County School brother T S. having mentioned an adult,
father and 17 years experience in Miami
sexisational movie. Would
system were weekend guestsof you
Greer Sr and Jr. were there to
Miss Anna Grace Sweeting.A witness the ceremony. Mr. and rather have the pictures go un-

SPEEDY RECOVERY to Mrs T. S. Greer (Florence) arebotri labled then send or lacking description"innocent", 1365 NW 29th Street., Miami, Fla.
Mrs. Doris Hutchinson who will teachers in the Dade sys your
child to see the film; only to
undergo surgery at Christian. tem.
find out too late that he was
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AND TO THE following vet. Dr. and Mrs. OSWALD SMITH\ not mature enough for the presentation

erans confined to Ward 5AB, of New York City enjoyed the ?
VA Hospital: A cherry hello hospitality of Miami for the
Remember the Motion Pic- Other Services
and wishes for Smiths Rendered
an early dismissal past ten days. The are
ture has Code of
well Ed. and Industry a
completely friends of Al Margaret
ward Chase Ethics and a Censorship Board
Edward
Cherry, Sharpe..
George Praylor, Leroy Lang, too. The children of the com- Roofs, all types, aluminum windows, doors, fences
TommIe Lemay and Dan AL and CARMEN JACKSON munity are always kept in
Barnes entertained last weekend in mind for their own sake as awnings, paint
celebration of Carmen's birth well as that of the community.

CLARENCE PATTERSON of day.
1479 NW' 50th St. is staying at ((2)) The fact that children are Re-roofing Repairs CleaningCoating
the Denver Hilton while he is I ]{APP AS have posted invi- in WOMETCO theatres at unreasonable -
attending the American Fed- tations to their annual Black hours might very ,
eration of State, County and and White Ball. May 8 is thedate. well stem from the unfortu- --0- ft ;
nate circumstance that their
Municipal Employees Conven- ,
l, tion. parents probably could not All work guaranteed'I''.,'I!
t DELTAS will give a thrillto get a baby sitter and had to
AND IN DENVER sympathy many young ladies and their firing them along.
goes ,to Mr. and Mrs. Winfred proud parents as they are JOHN STERN
Smith (Helen Cooper) in the presented at the Debutante Cotillion ((3)) Most new comers are
death of his grandfather who on Saturday evening at usually surprised to find out
died in Texas. ten. that this is a "small world
after all" when they realize
BENNIE O'BERRY and Herb .HAPPY BIRTHDAY to the that the same problems and
'*t Day are newly initiated following dear folk who will circumstances of their former SIGMA ALPHA CHAPTER OF THE
members of Omega Psi Phi fra be celebrating during the first city existed in the "new" one.
ternity.. week of May: Hazel L. Grant, If you stop long enough to OMEGA
PSI PHI FRATERNITYInvites
Golden Davis, flora M. Pear- check the movie bills from one :
Mr. nnd Mrs. BARNETT sall, Henry Young, James city to another as you travel
HOLSTON ..(Helen HlgRs) of Baker, Lillian Mazon, Delma the highways of our nation, you to attend its "
Hampton, Va., are in the city Ward, Rosetta I Vickers, Edith you'll find the same movies .
spending a few days with Mrs. Washington Sherman Carey, being shown in these cities as GALA COSTUME BALLSaturday
s mother, Mrs. Victoria Ruth Bethel, Lois Forbes, Victoria are shown here in Miami. .
i Higgs. Mrs. Higgs is convalescing Higgs,! Herbert L. Day, '\ ,
Ii,' 't\t home after toeing con- Hattie. Brace James McFagdon, ((4)) The writer mentionedthat .
fined tp ,,Jackson Hospital Gloria Williams and Claudette the WOMETCO movie May 2, 9 ,p.m.. Until?? .
Cannon. houses cited in the Jetter were
I I ,INEZ CAMPBELL and Geo. attended because of lack of MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
McCall of Farrell, Pa visited FRIENDS are very glad to smething better to do. 0 n e
I 1/ their brother, James McCall of see Miss Rosa Wllkerson backat should never go to a movie Semi-formal or Costume
/ Opa-locka. Mr.; James McCall home. She has Just returned for 'lack of something betterto
/ is band director at Nor t h from a much needed va do.' I plan my attendanceto PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY
Dade. Inez and George were cation and rest in Columbus, enrich the other '
delighted with their first visit Ga., with her parents. of life daily activities TABLE RESERVATIONS MUST BE MADE IN ADVANCE
i my making I

,to our city. dance certain at that those I include atten- Atty Harold L. Brnynon ...................?,...... 844 NW 3rd Ave.
EARL AND RUBLE MIZELL : pictures that

.. entertained friends on. Saturday will give broaden my perspectiveand Dr. Van Robinson .............................,.-?...... 3573 Grand Avenue
evening with a gettogether me deeper Insight to

for barbecue at their home. greater horizons; and, I delete Bro. Tee S. Greer Jr. ..................,............. 16020,,N.\V. 18th Ave.
those movies
not essentialto
I MRS CLUB was honored last Lk

I Friday evening at the annual these (goals. Bro. Virgil Rogers ...,...........?............,.............. 14115 Jackson St.
I meeting of the board of direc- Much as I realize that all the

tors of Senior Day Centers, Inc. h'c q, items for sale, by a merchant, Dr. James E. White .,.....................?... 6831 NW 15th Avenue

accepted Fran 1 Jollivette he award for Chambers Presi- are solely not by intended me, I feel for that purchase each Bro. King Rankin ............................ 18050 Homestead Avenue

dent Gwen Welters who was .t ki cinema offering should be taken -
unable to attend. Mrs. Marie in the same liberal spirit.
McGuire, commissioner of Public
Housing, Washington, D. C. ((5)) It is sometimes very difficult -
t was guest speaker. to get a print of first
run movie for the Ritz, Center
THE DADE COUNTY Young and Capital from the film APPARELFORSALE
Democratic Association will i company because of the poor
hold a special meeting, Wednesday attendance record at these '"Champagne
May 0 at 8 pm. at Hufr- theatres. But numerous first taste, beer pocket Come to Gracie'

cheson Realty, 5178 NW 17th runs have played Day and Date where you'll find like-new exclusive dresses,

Ave, The purpose of the meet Honors Service Club, with all other WOMETCO suits, skirts, blouses, shoes all originals. $1 'lo "$5
ing is
to
endorse
candidatesfor
houses in the state. Mink fox and
other
the May 20 runoff. Performs Well stoles and fur jackets $5 to $10.
The Cardinal D &D Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen
oj RINKEY DINKS spread! a Kathleen Peek served as captain The Victors D&D dresses $1. Men's '
f pure Italian silk suits $3 and f*.
'rosy pink carpet" for their I for Northwestern's Honors Lillles of The Field D&D Blue
guests on Sunday evening. 'The i. Service Club in the recent Cry of Battle, 7 days later than ?7eiffftoAB' Sports jackets $*. ,Pants, shoes
cocktail dansante was a gala Cancer Drive under the chair- D&D othJ linens, We, bedspread and
affair.A manship of Mrs. Edward T. Cool household
Johnny D&D if ileim- We cater to the elite. Grace
Graham. Irma La Duce and
Mike
will
GARDEN PARTY and cham greet you personally.
honored The Honors Service Club has Twilight of Honor D&D
pagne sip .Earl -Fair
cloth, candidate for the "office performed actively in the Leukemia Days of Wine and GRACE'S THRIFT SHOP
Drive, Heart Drive, T. B. Roses 10-11 late
,of Attorney General on last 2512 NE 2nd
Ave.
Sunday on Range Lawn. Association, and many other Rampage D&D FR 1-8372
Spencer's Mountain D&D
community activities. Open
10
a.m. to 5
GEORGE SAVITT, the pro Under Kathleen's captaincythe West Side Story, ran late-no I p.m. I

I 'llfic "Phil Ossofer" columnist members took an active in. print
warded from Chicago where he terest in passing out Cancer 55 Days at Peking 21 days
attended the national Baha'i pamphlets from door to door Great Escape, 7 days tater than

I convention. Phil Is a grand- and accepting contributions D&D LINCOLN MEMORIAL
father now, too!
where preferred. "Lillles of The Field" ran
REGRETTED NOT BEING Miss Ethel Grace and Mrs. day and date in the Ritz and CEMETERY
Ellen Heldt serve as sponsorsof Center for the Christians holidays Formerly
i .able to attend the luncheqn on owned and
operated the
Monday at the Biscayne Terrace this active group of young along with all our by
j' i /' Hotel Starlight Room cele- girls and boys who seek to WOMETCO HOUSES. The attendance late Kelsey L. Pharr
work for the betterment of was Far below than
'
the 19 annual
,11:' the Visiting Nurse Associa meeting their community. ever while our other houses wishes to announce that the cemetery is
1 r .. were completely sold out. Iran
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of Dade --- now
J County. for one month in the other i being operated by the
family with
lot COMPLETE LAWN SERVICE houses. ,
OMEGAS will be waiting to Trees trimmed and topped. Topsoil The Negro community was I the same Pharr flavor. .

:,.' dg.e. .... your: costumes at their and sand. 'White. Free es- attending the movie houses
! :ln> Miami Beach Audi- timate. 666-6372.

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MAY 2, 1964 I CARDS.MEMOR DEATHSIN




IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKS MEMORIAMIn ALIERT CARD OF THANKS(


memory of our mother, Mrs. Mary Taylor Black of memory of our loved one ERVIN L. SMITH 154 NW The family ,of. the. late, I
_. 1430 NW 5th Ct., sister of, ... .
MCKINNEYwish
': MRS. CARRIE WOODS i",,1'!.'".. '. 13th St., died April 22. A native BRUCE K.
: MiamIan; he Is survived by to express most sincerethanks
I ,, 'f'f" who passed in Key West recently I his mother Mrs. Christine to their neighbors,
I : _iii "..,,'.I t j wishes to thank her many Smith; two sisters and two friends, and relatives for (L,
.
,. z J: fdlends, neighbors, and rela- brothers. Services will be. con. flowers cards, telegrams, visitations r
j tives for the kindness and sympathy the use of cars and every
I"I" ducted Saturday, at 2 p.m., at
shown'during the hoursof
Trinity W. M. Church, Rev consideration during their I
her bereavement, sincere E. Johnson lie period of bereavement. Special t
ffJ George pastor. \
.' appreciation for the many will lie in repose in the church thanks to the House of Albert 1)
cards, telegrams, flowers and
.' I I from 7 a.m. and the pastor who off1 ntl"l.
other acts of kindness. Bruce McKinney Jr., i
'
,
''
r:.'J., "t' .,' May God bless each ,and everyone I) Paul McKinney ,
';.. t'f' '1' 'ItI of you. I '
,, 9 MRS. ELIZABETH CAn Rdt Pauline McKinney
'
\ H. : a. j April 23. Among her sur- Paulette McKinney
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IN 1. vivors are her husband, Johnny; Cynthia McKinney \
fi
MEMORIAL
t .i A,', ft mother and step-father, Mr, Mr. and Mrs. Israel J i
.. v....." and Mrs. Jonnie Kelly; a son McKinney 1
In
loving memory of our c and daughter, two aunts and
t ,'. .. .\. 'd dear mother- grandmother, and gtl one uncle. Chapel services were

;; : ,< ,.,..; """ sister, conducted Wednesday, at 2 p. KELLY'S CHAPELRev
'-r'#ff; ,, MRS. TILLIE D. BURNS m., with Rev. J. Toles officia
I
f ; g.' ..-t .jrllfg' who entered into eternal rest F. C. Cambridge, pastor 1
on May 3, 1961.I +
't''i ting.MRS. ,,
"Jt rn' We shall always remember The last of the four series! of 'l
LrMRS. I
l ADELINE GURLEY
d i. '. !: services will be held nt the
.. ... 'ft.. ... f I her kindness and sweetness: diedApril
; .n <""-- i 10105 SW 172 nd St. Perrine, church located nt 7103 N, W.
I May she rest In peace. KELLY 27. Services will be held 15th Ave. next Sunday at 7:30:
JESSICA SAWYER MRS LAURETTA L. I
Mrs. Victoria Hanna daughter i .
who departed this life May, 3, who departed this life, May 5, Saturday 4 p.m., at Hurst Chapel p.m. This service will be presented
1960. 1963. AME Church, Rev Davis by the Pastor's Aid I

Life, sweet life so soon to pass George Burns, son "We cannot say and we will not pastor. Her survivors are hus- Board, Usher Board, and Stew
As we are so was she; Raymond Knowles, son saThat band, Calvin; one daughter, Mrs. ardess Bpard.\\ This l will be a
As she is so shall we be Acle and Bud Duncombe, I she Is dead, she is JustWithacheery Bertha Lee Simmons; five sifters musical program"and promisesto
May she rest in peace and brothers and family Including: Mrs. Yvonne be 'very Interesting.

light perpetual shine upon herd smile and a wave Simmons of Miami; and two Last Sunday evening we l
Mrs. Eunice Curry, of the hand, brothers. She will He in repose were extremely honored with
CARD OF THANKSThe
.
Mrs. Rosa Demeritte daughters in the church beginning at 7
She has slipped into a happy the presence of Rev. E. .1, Sheppard -
land" a.m. Saturday. I district supt.. of the
Capt. Robert Sawyer, son family of the late, Gone but not forgotten. South Fla. District Rev Sheppard -
Mrs Merl Sawyer daugh JEANNETTE BELLAMY Mr. A. G. Kelly, husband JAMES A. HAWKINS 50 N was determined to bo withus
ter-in-law wishes to take this method of and family W 8th St., died April 24. Remains for the service although he
I thanking each person publicly were sent to Sanford, N. fulfilled engagements: with
for your kindness and sympathy C., for final rites. churches in other cities the
MEMORIAMIn MEMORIAM
IN IN
same day The remarks made
We'd like to acknowledgeeach In sad, but loving memory of MRS. ELSIE MOSLEY, died \ty Rev Sheppard: were encouraging
loving! remembrance of a call telegram, floral, I my dear husband, April 27. Her survivors include 1 and inspirational,
father, son and brother, card, car, and other expressions four .sons Tony, Henry, Lonnle May 4, (Monday evening) ut \
during those sad hours. Especi and James Mosley; three daughters I 7:30: p.m., the reception for our 'I
aV ally do we wish to thank Rev. Mrs. Isabell Thomas. Mrs. I pastor will he held<<1 climaxing
4 % Edward T. Graham whose spiritual Donno Mills and Mrs Alvenla the series of services which
: 1 guidance sustained us in Mosley: with whom she lived at carried the general thc'n"Our\
those long agonizing months 7030( NW 20th Ave; one sister, Mission In the Church Thn
I the Holmes Elem. School family three brothers and many grand speaker for the evening will bo
(under the astute leadershipof and grcflt"prnnrt"il1dren.: Services Miss: Maxine \f'V.v. Mss: Nonlyla I
Mrs Treva Crowder) for will bo held\ Saturday, 11 n member of .i\olly'a! Chapel C

their unyielding support. Th< z" a.m., atValker's Temple Methodist Church, n' charming
Miami Northwestern High I ( Church of God in Christ, Elder speaker, and maintains n BlowIng -
I School Faculty and the doctors l:. Miles, pastor, personality The public) I Is
I and staff of Christian Hospital, Invited to attend this reception

: 'T Hampton Alumni, The Richard MRS. RUTHTE MAE l\t1l\1H .. ,. _+. ......,,-.J...
son Funeral l. spiritually, we of 2170 NW 3rd Ave., die<
8 shall remember each of you April 27. Surviving nre her bus $tNta ,,'.'.,.-_ "'.
IxiAfl, FrecMJe f/w, aron. two M
dally. We are gratefully yours, :
Estelle B. Jones daughters, mother nnd fnther. For Quality Building

And Family VV Arrangements are incomplete.
1 1d4 PL 1-3604

CARD OF THANKSMrs.

FRANCIS ?bw
Rasa< Lee Tolbert and
Mrs. Annie Gibson were host to I MRS. HATTIE COAKLEY of

a tea Sunday, April 10 at the 1315! NW 1st PI., died April 20,
THOMASwho home of Mr. and Mrs. .John Tol- MR. ROSCOE GASKIN Services will Me held Saturday

MR.died SELVEN April 29, 1003( and pert, 7030 NW 12th Ave. wantto Mrs who departed this life, May 4, May 2, 10:30: a.m., at St.
Gibson
Tolbert and Mrs.
was laid to rest May 4, 19G3. 19G3. Agnes Episcopal Church with
Carmel
thank all Mt. members
We love you, but God loves! you who took part. Special It has! 'been on*' year since you Fr Lambert Sands, Priest of-
left me, LOT OWNERS!
ficiating.Remains.
friends of Greater
best.Mrs.. Mae Thompson mother thanks to our But your memory lingers on. will lie In state at her ..
Bethel AME First Born In W. plan, ifiihl.tr ../.r *'iYoitr 1.
and family Moriah May you rest peace. May home beginning 0:30 p.m.. on
Church. New Mt. ,
I Carmel my loss he a Heavenly gain Friday, until funeral time Saturday |IMH. MI HIM
Mt. ,
Grace Presbyterian
Vera Guskln, wife
I mornlnpr Survivors Include
IN MEMORIAMIn I Seven Israel Bethel Day AdventLst.Primitive A Baptist cake I three daughter; Mrs Vernon Custom Built; N/tm'.l,

was donated by the Church of Ford; Mr. Emmie Baker and A f|m> n 4 I filial/' .
loving memory of our dear Incarnation. Mrs. W. M. Davis IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs Daisy Smith: one grandson -

daughter, mother and sister, was the speaker of the evening. I loving memory of our dear : Mr. John Ford; one vrnnd- QlilfU| A >M '" u,,".
In behalf of our pastor, Rev. and sister, daughter; Mrs Barbara Colomnn
mother daughter I IJI
D. A. Bradley, we were glad to and n host of other relatives Good bank financingaaaQ

have you. 4 rVV and friends
1r

IN MEMORIAM MRS;. FANNIE MAE hFN IDmV (!)(]
t SON of 22310 SW llRth PI., In
In loving memory of our dear: Could died April 27.
ry'1 mother, Services will held Sltttrlhv.fav : 1I.n" In"ar.n
JPYVIOLA MRS. MARY RICHARDSON : : Mornlmr Star\
2, 3:30: p.m.
88* N.E. 79th Strat
who departed this life May 1, Baptist Church In Princeton

10C2. with Rev. F II. Falson i)11l1tnr r..
1 1f
Sweet are the memories that officiating, .
never fade, of one we love but
Remains will lie In rf'nnC'I In
could not save a loving smile Attention
the chapel beginning 4 1 p.m.,,
and a happy face, broken link
we could never replace. j I on Friday, until urn-nil lime Home Owners

Always In our hearts. jr Saturday afternoon. Survivors For Qu"lith"ilcfhH';
Mrs. Maude McCulloughRuth Include'six sons; C. T.. Dcnson
Ezell Owen Dennson :and inn. Donjon addition and remodeling )

Jean Montgomery, : of Lake City, Fla, T.I nv and PI 4.0655
Mae Keno dauthers Tom Denson of Blnghamton. N. I

Linton Harris son ., I I Y., Columbus Denton of Akron, NO DOWN PAYMENT
And Family ': Ohio; three daughters; Mr. Prom $5
I: Mildred Clark, Mrs Mary Clayton per week k:
nnd Mrs. fame( Brown all FHA OR BANK TERMS

BETHEL DEATHSSister ..,._. i I I of Princeton Fla mother Mrs.

who departed this life) April 21, BLONEVA HAMILTON Ella president of ew Smyrna FU Room Kitchens
19CO in New York City. Earnestlne Smith wasa DUNWOODYwho Beach, Fla., and host of other Bedroom Rnthroomi

We loved her but Jesus loves faithful member of Faithful departed this life April 30, relatives and friends Carport* Garage. .
her best. Chapter No. 93 of the O.E.S., Awning Fence* i'r;
Joseph H. Culmer father We loved her dearly, but Jesus 1960.Missed BRENDA
her children: ARNETT BURHIS
by
Charles Bethel, husband
In
she rest
loves her best. May Now
Thelma Adderly. daughter Sister Smith's death Ralph Rodney, Ronald six months old daughter of Mr Realty, Inc.
Three grandchildren: peace. immediately Rosalyn and Norma and Mrs Charles Burr of 551 'BUILDERS
benefit was paid off DIVISION
Merina Kerr, sister death. Mrs. Lea Hamilton, mother NW 7th St apt No 33 died i )

Lillian Burrows, sister Sis.after Victoria Jones, W. M. Kenneth L. Hamilton, Bro. April 26. Funeral services were 4740 NW 7th Av.
Joseph and James Culmer. Sis. Ruby Castekrw, Fin. Ralph Dunwoody ST., I held Tuesday April 28, 3:30:: p. I IRa'MAMI
brothers; ,and a hast of secretary Ii\ husband m., in the chapel.
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. ST. BARNABAS CHURCH BAHA'I ASSEMBLY. den, and and American display Rose garden Societytest In

I I Miss Marian Anderson,world Southern California.Following .
SATURDAY MAY 2 1964 I
Morning worship was calledto !famous contralto, will be honored
order by the pastor. After at a special ceremony at the the planting cere-
the devotion he turned the service Baha'i Temple Gardens In Wil- mony, Miss Anderson will at-
Phyllis Wheatley Art Phi Delta Kappa into the hands of Miss Helen mette, Illinois, on Sunday, May tend the public worship ser-
wherea
Trotman and vice in the Baha'I Temple,
a spicy pro-
and Social ClubOn Closes Regional gram, was rendered, clebratlng 3, The at 2:30:occasion p.m. will mark the special selection will be sung

our church's second anniver- first' Illinois planting of the by the Baha'i a cappella choir.
Monday night, ,April 27, Conference sary. Marian Anderson rose, the first "Blessed is the Spot," a prayerby Baha'l
t of the
lOBl the the Founder
Phyllis Wheatley named in honor of a liv-
ever
The pastor, officers and members World Faith, was set to music
Art and Social Club met the
at
Con The tribute was accorded -
t The Southern Regional ing Negro.
this thank Wolcott noted cam-
take method of Charles ,
home of Mrs. Estella Williams by
to Miss Anderson not
Sorority
ference of the National musical director
NW 66th St., 12th Ave. with ing all the participants. Special poser and former -
j of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc., only for her magnificent
Mayer
thanks to Metro Goldwyn
our guest speaker, at
Mrs. Wllhelmena Sands the world of
:1 presid achievement in
: was In session April 17.19,with Evangelist Linda Lott. May and dedicated to Miss And
ing. music but also for her contri-
60 registered delegates
repre- God bless her and the others. erson.
unification of
butions to the
The meeting was well attended senting twenty-two chapters of Our Junior choir furnished mankind and world peace. Immediately following the
and after business pine states In attendance at the music with Mrs. C. Gardiner as Andersonwill
meeting, ,The Marian Anderson rose, Temple service, Miss
her travels abroad Palm Beach Blltmore Hotel, organist, and the No. one ushers -
expeclally developed by Dr. Walter Lam- be the (guest of honor at a
Palm Beach, Fla. Dr. Aurelia I.
In Japan and Jerusalem.She served.
Harris, Southern Regional director merts, one of the world's lead- reception given by the National -
was a delightful hostess resident of Ft. Worth, Evening dovotlon was led by ing hybrid experts, was first introduced Baha'i Assembly at the Gar-Na-
and served delicious Texas in charge project- the Our assistant last October at the famed Pageant of Roses
a menu, was pastor. pas .
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which members theme "The Teacher's Psalm 15 r 11. I r
tried to eat with ing the tor preached from ;
the first course of Sukiyaki Role In Our Changing World." theme, "The Suffering Church." omit t KttLEPW

chop sticks-many did a fine National offices in attendancewere Everyone was blessed. No one
Job. Everyone' present express Mrs. Mable S. Bouldin choir furnished music with Mrs. ini:
BEAT;
thanks SIR JOHN iiinn KNIGHT
\ In her home.for a pleasant evening Supreme Basileus, from Chi.. M. E. Culmer at the piano.

cago, Ill. Mrs. Julia Harris, Na Visitors are always welcome.We .
The next meeting will be tional Tamias1, from Durham, wish our sick and shut-in, "Home of The Stars"
held at the home of Mrs. Tay North Carolina; and Mrs. Hilda a speedy recovery
lor, 4100 NW 11th Pl., May 11. Bryant, Eastern Regional director PRESENTSSATURDAY -

On May 5, tat 8 p.m. the Phyl- from Nyack, N. Y.representLng FRIDAY SUNDAY
-
Us Wheatley Is host to the City TEMPLE BAPTISTFirst -

Association of Woman's Clubs Delegates Alpha MAY 1st 2nd 3rd
Delta Chapter, Miami, were Mrs. '
and will entertain at the
home
Sunday, services wllll
Basileus
Helena T. Holton ,
of NW Mrs.23m Naomi St., Miami Troutman 127 and Mrs. Lemmie W. Mitchell, be as usual. The choirs will I SAM 'N DAVEI'VE
FIa.
Youth Guidance chairman.Mrs. sing Jointly and the Lord's Sup.
MemiebYs are per will be administered duringthe
to attend. cordially Invited Iona H. Dukes fulfilled morning and evening. I'VE GOT A THING COIN' ON"
the responsibility of Recom-
Mrs. Iona Dukes was a very mendations Committee chair- Arrangements are In progress AT THE KNIGHT BEAT
for the celebration of the
plesant (guest: to the PWCH man for the conference. Visit- '
brought greeting from the ing on the 18th were Mmes. anniversary of the church and : r
Friendship Garden Club. EloIse Brown and Ida K. Sidney pastor on May 19.

M. I. Daniels, reporterWashington Together, the members In In charge of prayer meetingfor '
business workshop luncheonand two weeks are Deacons F. -:

Parks banquet meetings, concen E Dawkins, P. Hepburn, Bro.S. .
trated upon the National Five- Bain and Mrs Florence Hep-
News Point Program which Is implemented burn. Those who led for the
on local level by chap prevIous two weeks were Deacons -
Morth Miami Beach ters. George E. Hepburn, Alfred -

By Mrs. Ruby CastelowThe Guest speaker for the banquet : Dean, and Bro. T. Bonlvy. '
summer for
adults craft and game program!! of all In the hotel's Tropical Improve your devotional life
kinds, will begin on June 15. I Room, was Rev Louis L. Mitchell by attending prayer meeting
Register, now, come out and enJoy executive director, Flo- Monday night.
yourself. rida Council on Human Rela-
",' tions, who eloquently Informedthe
mixed audience of past, pre
The
pool will be open on sent and future progress In well planned program, the luxurious .
Saturday 2.
May Learn to swim accommodations for the i. '
many areas of concern. I
program for adults and child- first group of color to meet in A r.. 1
ren Is offered. Life guards onduty'i.pt Among the persons cited for the Palm Beach Blltmore Hotel
all times. meritorious servIce were Mrs. and the wonderful fellow

TIoJdan JluJe Helen B. Johns, Immediate past ship enjoyed by all.
Court of
Southern Regional Director for
) International Masons Is sponsoring 8 years. Dr. IJarrJs came to Miami
I a straw ride to Washington following the close of the conference .
Park Recreation Dept.of The host chapter, Beta Kappaof and met with Alpha Del 4w.N.'E.
( North Miami Beach Satur- West Palm Beach (Mrs. Wil- ta chapter at the home of Mrs !
day, May 2. Mrs Ruhy Caste- lie L Brown, Basileus) was Ethel Primus on Sunday, April
;: low, supervisor. highly commended for the I 19, at 4 p.m.

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Orioles Club MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. \ .
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Says'Thanlcs"' ."*. ,* *
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'the Orioles Club members
KrL a1E wish to thank their many St. Lawrence University .
M friends and guests for their attendance ','f' ,
at their dance It's
I Seeking Negro StudentsA
I hoped you enjoyed yourselves..
The dance was held on March
3 at Dlrdland. volunteer group of the fa.cultyi year the university has established -
and student Wody of St. special scholarship funds
Mrs Mary White, president; Lawrence:: University, Canton, for qualified Negro applicants,
Iwllla Travis vice; Margretta\ New York, has organized to and Its volunter committee has
Moore', Miles help discover qualified Negro other scholarship aids available -
secretary; |Reta students who might be interest. ,
financial secretary; Maggie ed In attending that, institution.A Complete information aboutSt.
r Wells, Evelyn. granger. Lucille circular letter has been Lawrence may be, obtainedby
o McKlnney\ Vera L. Williams?, sent around the country In an writing the school, c-o Miss
,bertha Ingram, Elnora effort to contact persons who Katherine B. Whitney, Atwood
Eclgerson and Willie Fletcher, know Negro young people. Hall, Canton, New York; or by
members. There are no American Negroes writing John Muyskens, director
J at St. Lawrenct. This oL.admJ.ss1ans.-


Announcement Oratorical Contest -
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Mrs. Alberta Perrin Is an. Prize WinnerMiss :
pouncing the engagement of her
daughter, Gritzella to Mr. Robert Margarette\ Jeanette
William Taylor, son of Mr. Asia of 16525 NW 22nd Ave won
and Mrs. George Taylor. The third prize in the annual Lily ,
'bride-elect Is a graduate of Miami White State Oratorical Contest
held in Tampa, Fla, ,
Northwestern, Class of '63. April 22-
26. She was represented In the
A June wedding Is planned parade as last year's first place
winner and queen for 10G1. She
represented Opa-locka Lilv
NOTICEThe White Lodge No. 181 Mr. and

Mrs. Albert Asia Sr., wish to ;
last meeting of the Florida express their thanks to Mr.
Charitable Educational
Organization was held Thurs- Clifford R. Matthews and Mrs. !
day, April 23, at the home of Annie Smith, also the many
Mr. E. Hillman, vice president. friends for making this honor
Our next meeting will be held
on May 28, at the home of Mrs. possible A special thanks to 4
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TIMES MIAMI, FLA. SALTER'S CHAPEL CHURCH OF GOD OF MT. CALVARY CHURCH

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1964 Rev. II. J. Benson, pastor PROPHECY Rev. S. Atchison, pastor

.-- Flossie Marshall, reporter Constance Carter reporter
Truly we jonly want to be Dinners will be on sale In the

The, men of Sailer's Chapelare servants of God, and at the kitchen after church next Sun

r M saying thank you, to each Ridgeway Church we are stri- day morning, in behalf of Women -
and everyone who came to ap ving' to be servants of God, 's Day Everyone Is invitedto

1 1j pear on their Men's Day pro- there are many of you who dine with us. An appetizingmenu
gram and made it a success would like to return to the has been prepared. The

spiritually and financially thru Lord. The Rldigewiay Church of: price is only $1.00
out the day. Beginning in the God of Prophecy has' extended an Mt. Calvary Baptist Church
I Sunday School and the 11 a.m. Invitation to Come and will render service at Mt. Car-
service. Rev. P. W. Wiggins, you. mel, May 4, after the first Sunday -
the Lord with In
j pastor of the Bethlehem Baptist worship us Everyone is invited to go
Church was the speaker.His our service. with us to Mt. Carmel.
message made fire burn in Our pastor, a wonderful man We are asking everyone to re
t f' the hearts of men and women. of God, It will always: do your member each other in their

'For the evening, Dr. Roberts, a heart good to hear him preachon prayers. We should also remember -
noted young dentist from Co- Sunday morning, so plan to the sick and shut-ins.

conut Grove, brought a mes- be with us on Sunday, and I 'm

sage that (gave the men a spiritof sure you will receive a special MACEDONIA BAPTISTThis
double determination. His blessing.
message was "Man's Obligationand is the last week of our

.. Life." Our pastor. will leaveas ANTIOCH CHURCH soul-stirring revival. Preachingwill
conclude on Friday night,
f a delegate to the General
BETHANY CHURCH ZION HOPE BAPTIST Conference In Cincinnati, Ohio Rev. O. W Foster pastor and an old-fashioned baptism
will be held immediately following -
this week. Bro. Casey Graham, reporterWe
2500 NW 50th Street Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor May the Lord bless the dele- will participate in the the preaching. Rev. S.

Rev. Robert L. Woodfork, pastor 5129 NW 17th Ave. gation in this AME Conference. Baptist Regale to be held in L. Bagett of Jacksonville, is

Eryclna Rahmlng, press Sec'y Service will begin on Sun- Remember the sick and shut- the Orange Bowl Sunday night the great evangelist. Come out
and hear this of
great man
day with Sunday School at 0, ins. for this cause our order of
with the superintendent, Rev. ,service are as follows: God, and bring is Communion a friend.
I Sunday, Day.
i, ,Jackson In charge. INCARNATIONThe Friday night, Joint rehearsalfor Let's see in church. Remem
Boards No. 1 and 2 you
Usher adults
all at the church, ber the sick and shut-Ins.
meet on Monday at 8 p.m. Episcopal Churchwomenof 8 p.m.
I;
Prayer meeting every Tuesday the Church of the Incarna- Sunday, Sunday School as ST. MATTHEW'S CHURCH
at 7:30: p.m. Choir No. 2 tion Invite you to Its 6th usual: morning service at 11 (African Orthodox)
meets Wednesdays at 8 p.m. o'clock with Communion
annual "Fellowship Hour" on Holy Fr. Stafford J. Sweeting, Rector
Choir No. 1 meets Thursdaysat 3 at 5 being served immediately after
Cl Clfl Sunday, May p.m. services for St. Matthew's
8 p.m. Mrs. Ida T. Ratcllff-prlnclpal I worship. African Orthodox Church
The is asking all are
pastor of Bownsvllle Saturday, May 2 the ladles
I Junior
High held Bain's Funeral
being at
attend church Sun-
members to ,
: are sponsoring a dinner sale at
day morning because there School will be their guest speaker the parsonage.Saturday Home, 1871 Douglar Road The

ri'i wonlt be any church service you cannot afford to miss 8 p.m the No. 2 Divine Liturgy Is celebrated at
'hearing this dynamic and en- 11
Sunday night. usher board will sponsor a a.m.
Holy Communion will be Sun thuislastlc woman of culture Moonlight Tea at the church. Members are asked to note
i day after the morning service. and charm. I. Saturday, May 9 the trustee the time element friends and
Don't forget to continue In The women of the church board will sponsor a Straw well wishers are always wel-
1i prayer for our sick and shut- along with their President Mrs. Ride to Virginia Key Beach. come.

ins. Louise Bradley are sparing no Donation students 75 cents, On Saturday, May 2, at 7 p.m.
pains In making this affair a adults 100. The bus will A sale will be given at the haveof

GRACE PRESBYTERIAN success. leave the church promptly at Fr. S. J. Sweeting, 1090 NW

We wish to fellowship with 8 p.m. Tickets can be purchased 59th St. The public is invited to
6895 NW 14th Avenue you and your friends at The from any of the members.An come and Join In Christian Fellowship
Rev. W. F. Savoy pastor
,
invitation to of .
Church any our
of the Incarnation, 1835
"The coming of the Comforter -
church socials is extended
John 16:7 will be Sun NW 54th St., this Sunday May to
: our the public at large. Rememberthe MT. OLIVE CHURCH
3, at 5 p.m.NEW .
AIRS. RUTH MARTINWoman's \ day morning topic. For those sick and shut-in. The Rev. Waymon A. Jen-
desiring transportation to the nings, AME Church presiding
Day programs have Baptist Rally at the Orange PHILADELPHIASunday's SHADY CHURCH elder of the Ocala District, suf-
been scheduled for May 9 and GROVE
Bowl Sunday evening, cars will
fered a heart attack last week.
10. The energetic program committee be leaving the church"at 5:45.: Calendar Tea was 6709 NW 15th Avenue The veteran Churchman, whois
has 'gone all the way- to Thanks to the Zone teams in one of deep splendor. All tables Rev. I. Clayton, pastor the leader of the Central Florida

1 bring top nptch speakers to Improving church attendance,' were beautifully decorated. A Manerva Dixon, reporter Conference's Delegation, to

May you.,9,Jo and commence light the first our torch day, and giving for' the pat, few very interesting and exciting Service ,wag very high ''last the General Conference of his
months. In the of
name our
program was planned by the Sunday. Sermons were deliv-
church is confined
will be Mrs. Andel Mlcklns. to the Dr.
Lord Jesus, continue the. faith chairman, Mrs. Gladys Odom. ered by Rev. C. H. Hargrett.
wife of Rev. I. C. Mlcklns, of> ful work. Philips Hospital in Orlando,
Mt. Olivette Baptist Church '' She Is to be commended for We are asking cooperation and where 'he has been since the,
and devoted school teacher. the Plans for 'Woman's Day on spearheading the tea to a success the entire city to come to the ,first Sunday, in this month.;
fifth
Sunday are progres- Mrs. Shady Grove Baptist Church.
Our second speaker of that sing well. G. Murry, cochairman ,
1 day will be Mrs. Ruth Martin, Youth communicant classesare was also on hand assist- Weekly meeting, will begin EBENEZER CHURCHRev.
Monday night after the first
guidance consultant Blanche ing and helping out where need.
Ely High, Pompano Beach. Mrs. continuing on Mondays, at Sunday which is the 4th run- A. D. Hall, pastorE.

Martin Is rich In contacts with 6 There p.m. will be an Important ed.Mrs.. Peterson, guest speaker ning throughout the week. Ingram, reporter
Come one, come all, are
young people, daily and will be meeting of all organizations of brought an Interesting and ap invited you :
to the Shady
cordially
addressing a youthful audienceat the church Monday at 8:30: p.m. i propriate subject on "Children" Grove Baptist'Church. ic:4: :
4 p.m. May 9. Young peopleof In the sanctuary. Representatives Mistress of ceremonies was

the community are especially : are asked to have writ- Gwendolyn Myers who did an ST. JAMES AME CHURCH ,;
invited to this service. oft
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ten progress reports of group excellent Job.Appearing .
May 10, Mother's Day, Gloria activities ready to turn In. also on the pro- I Rev. 'J". B. Blacknell, pastor it 4 Mio2
Braynon Robinson, foreign gram was Bert Cooper, reporterA k
Beverly Riser
7' who fi r
language Instructor, Booker ]:.
ST. MARY'S W. M. 'performed well -
a poem. Mrs.
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School
will
Washington High representative group was r. .
end the program. Mrs. Robinson Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor Magaret Miller sang beautifully present at the courthouse last r N k4: -
has traveled extensivelyand Miss, Dorothy Major, reporter "Sometimes I Feel Like A : week at a "variance hearing"in 'ri
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Is capable 0,' terminatingour The mien of St. Mary's wishto Motherless Child. A very love preparation for the building -
theme, "Courageous Wo- thank the members and ly fashion show was narrated of ,the "New" St. 'James. There c-- a

untll his return. friends who worked so hard to i by the pastor's wife, Mrs. Eloise were 'no objectors and this -

Aside from tne key speakers make our Men's Day a success. Washington, and the little ones paves ,the way to, begin the
highlighting these program, I Our hearty thanks to Mt. fashioning were simply superb hard task ahead.
will be many prominent ladlesof Tabor Missionary Baptist Male Mrs. G. McNeal led In prayer When ,completed modest and
the community who will Chorus for such wonderful and as he had promised the friendly 'St. James will run .
grace the platform and audi- music rendered by the group.A Rev. W. H. Washington sang from "street ''to street" with

ence to witness this rare, Inspiring special thanks to our mornIng from his concert repertolr The ample parking'... space for mem-
provocative series of speaker, Mrs. Bert Kleiman Love of God. The table having bers. ? ; ,14

programs.Generals. for such an interesting\ speech, the most money was the July, Members are anxious to see f ,
Willie Pearl Miller and to our evening speaker, August, and September table, the work of rebuilding get .
and Zelma Black with started and we hope their V
along Gladstone Hunter Jr. headed by Mrs. Inez Harman anx
program committee chairman, Everyone was well pleased, AJ1 taMes and captains to iety will Influence their pocket
Lucille Crummel, are in hopes are books!
thanks again. be commended __ '_
that the financial report will The children are preparing for the day's Rev. Blacknell leaves this
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be commensurate with the for Mother's Day. The Lord's total of $305.74.NEW week for Cincinnati Ohio to be Isaiah Williams was crowned -

other fine things planned.An supper will be served morningand in attendance at the General "King" recently at the annual -
all-ladies chorale group night. HOPE BAPTISTRev. Conference of the AME Church. Frappe Sip held by Eben-
under the direction of Mrs. And if your reporter is correct ezer Senior Usher Board No.1
Mabel Glover will supply music W. E. SIms, pastor Rev. Roddy will be In charge !. of Ettenezer Methodist Church.
FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST
A. L.
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aplenty. Place this date Stephens, reporter In Mr. Williams raised the high-
on Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor charge"until his. return. *
your calendar now and planto Ruby Lee Carr Services were well attended When' a minister'has to leave est amount of $532.06; Thomas
enjoy these with reporter his Francis, second with $514. The
church
blessings to
last, Sunday, and The attend a church
Holy
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-Sunday, our pastor expected
total
amount raised at the sip
us. I meeting there's a
Spirit dwelled with tendancy for
to deliver the morning ser us. Our pas and contest was $1,224.03.
members to "slack
tor brought both off. We
mon. We want our members and messages and
PROVIDENCE CHURCH
hope"thls wouldn't be the
friends that desire, be prepared Holy Communion were served while the pastor Is case MT. TABORRev.
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor to receive Cummunion Sunday Sunday night. this conference. attending

Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter morning, for we, will not have Services will begin as usual Don't forget Stewardess Board P. S. Brown, pastor
Please keep In mind that services -Sunday night, becauseof Sunday morning. I No.2 will'have its "after service Dessle Crockett reporter
there will not be any services the Baptist Rally In the Communing the sick immedi- snack" Sunday night Services were Inspiring as
i the first Sunday night due to OrangeBowl Sunday night. ately after morning services. always both morning and even

j the Pre-Baptist World Alliance (Special wishes are extendedto There will be no night services. .BAHA.'I ASSEMBLY ing. The pastor delivered a very
program which will be held Brother Charlie Burnett In The congratlon will accompany fervent sermon Sunday morn-
May 3 In the Orange Bowl. The Jackson Memorial and all of the ,pastor to the Orange Mrs. Luclle Buffln member of Ing. Sunday evening's messagewas
begin : p.m. sick members Bowl to The the<,Baha'l Assembly of ,Miami, delivered by Rev. Tillraan
BO g]earlyIt get aaseat. our ; our sympa Baptist Rally. will lead the-d1scuSslon at the of West Palm Beach.
thy is extended to Brother J. The Young Women Auxiliary
We are 'looking forward for Baha'l: 'Center:; '137'' NW 11th The Willing Workers Club
our revival meeting, so keep up C. Wright, Sister Josle Mae and thanks every one for making Ave., 8 p.m. Sunday; May 3. wish to thank each person who

,,with r,the news, for the time. Elfleta Lewis and Deacon John their fashion tea a success, Her subject will be: 'The Baha'i helped to make Its eight annI-
Continue In prayer for the Conner In their bereavement. especially Miss Blanche Gallo World. The :public Is, cordially versary a success.
sick and those who are grieved Visitors are always welcome at way. Invited to attend. Phone' secre The Home Mission Society Is

over the loss of their loved our services. Come to church Visitors are always welcometo I tary, -FR 1-5420, for ,further in- sponsoring a, Name Rally on
one.::: and have your faith lifted worship with us. formation. May 5. Each member Is askedto
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Peace The'Royal Twenty THE MIAMI TIMES -'MIAMI, FLA.
Corps'
The Royal Women's '
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SATURDAY MAY PAGE
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Club held Its regular meeting at 1964 11
the lovely home of Mr. and
Move Into MississippiThe Mrs. Joseph McDonald of 228

Jefferson Drive, Coconut Grove. SPEED
QUEENNEW
Final reports were given with ,
National Lawyers Guild -- regard to the recently held an
launched Its summer Missis- nual spring dance : 1964
sippi project Thursday, April 23, 21 Miamians al vote of commendation and a"speci: was- MODELS
1964, at Detroit's Sheraton-
Cadillac Hotel. Graduate given to the club business SPEED

The project calls for law- From for manager her Mrs. Sylvia Hlllsman, OUEEN
yers to participate !In a Peace FAMU Master outstanding! service.[ HEAVY
plans were laid for
Corps-type operation In Mississippi
defending, without fee, Florida A the formulation and implementa DUTY
and M ion
University of a new service
project.
persons who would otherwise presented WRINGER
without degrees Saturday, Club members were also reminded
be defense.
April 18
to 4M( WASHER
A letter has 'Iteen sent to I class ot 1U03-01.members of tne of their civic duty in
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every member of the Guild ur@- i Of this number the coming elections.
ing them to donate from a The After-Meetin social hour 79.95

week to three months of their !. end of the first was thoroughly enjoyed. in r
time to the Mississippi Project 20( iyi>3. Qualifying trimester, Dec. true Royal Twenty Fashion, by and up
"Law Day, U.S.A." will be at the enu of : for degrees a large number of member and
the .
celebrated on May 1st, said Er- secona trimester their guests.
nest Goodman, Detroit attorneyand of whom were were 240 students, 234; The hostess was warmly Also Rebuilt Washers
Guild national president. I and 12 graduate undergraduates thanked by Mrs. Leila Moore.
"It !Is appropriate to add a A list of Miamians students. The next meeting will be held All makes $69.95
new dimension to this day by ceived degrees follows who re- at the home of Mrs. Moore of up \
: Willie
Including support to the move- M. S. South Miami.
ment for equality under the ard Saran Bridges, James W. Wood- EASY CREDIT TERMS
B. Williams, Ber-
law of our nation. nice
White, Helen REBUILT WASHERSOF '
"One situation which cries Baljean Thompson.
out for a remedy exists In Hansom, Smith LaVerne, Virginia D. OPA-LOCKA, Inc. MU 5.1504
Mississippi. Of two million Moss, Bernice -
ple living !In that state, pea 000, i'enelops Miles A., Betty J. Melton, 1290 Ali Baba..Avenue Opa-locka, Fla.

000 are Negro; yet only three Johnson Jones, Phyllis J. . ,-." ''*'
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Mississippi lawyers (all Negro) Carolyn Griffin,
will handle civil rights cases,' Edwards, Claudia L.
Dueheart
Goodman said. Iris L. Culmcr, Mar-
Our purpose in going to Jorie I". l.'ooke1 George L. Camp
bell,
Mississippi is to help being into J. Alford Barbary, Marie a LET'S KEEPPROFESSIONAL
deallty one of the principals of Cleora G. Albyry.I .
Law Day equal justice under
the law. AS far as I now, the I Green Wins Safe $
"Lawyers Peace Corps" Is the ;: LAW ----t. ..

first project of its kind." I Driving AwardOrean yj ENFORCEMENT'.


Church Leaders to Green a native Mi- eEndorsed V
amian who believes driving is Q ReElectED j
Attend, FunshopDade a "fulltlme !
job, has won by Liberty ,, '. c
County's Adult Church Franklin Federal 1 Savings and City Community Chart ;'
Leaders will Loan Association's ;
attend a free award safe-driving ity Club Nick Ferguson -| I
Church Recreation Funshop Bill Miller, Franklin p MASON
sponsored by the Recreation Federal president, announced president. y
Division of Metro Dade Parksat "Once you're in your car yI"
Riverside Methodist Church, you've got to be constantly alert TO THEFLORIDA I
Thursdays, May 7 and 14. and your full thinking should PUBLIC PULL LEVER
The fifth annual Funshop for be on driving," says Green, a UTILITIES COMMISSION
all church group leaders will 1 member of the Magic City Ten
instruct them inconductlng re nis Club who won the, Miami 31-A
creation activities for their In teenage single championship in Jp.Resident of Dade County
dividual churches. Activities to 1942 and 1013. tlnce 1925

be covered Include brain teasers, Green was taught 'to drive team games for limited area, twelve years ago by his wife, as Secial All lant te
early bird activities, singing Gloria, and since then has main 'rite s.W AHwrwt M
and quiet games. talned a perfect safety record. Dade RE-ELECT
The classes will be held 0 A custodian of a large down County
a.m. to 12 noon each Thursda town office building; he aspires Former Member ef
at Riverside Methodist, 985 N to someday work as a postal Dad. County CommluToil

W 1st...St. clerk In a downtown post 24 Yean ef law and BUCHANANSHERIFF
- "'" office. He Is a member of the progressive public eervfc
NAACP, the YWCA and the St
Now enrtng' chairman ,
FOR RENT Matthews Baptist Church. *
of Florida Public Utllitl.sRrtew
N.w 3-bedroom bout A Franklin Federal- traffic Commission I
spotter selected Green after observing III
NORTH MIAMI BEACH his driving skill and
road courtesy. Each week a Re-Elect ID MASONExperienced

Deposit Required safe drive who displays a and Proven
Franklin Federal safe driverbumper Leadership for Florida

MICKINS' RENTAL strip is selected, said r... .. ..... .. : .
AGENCY Miller ," '" ..." c' .. Try,a Classified -You will get results! !
The attractive red, white and
NE 4-0500 blue bumper strips ore available - - - - -
free of charge at Franklin Ped-
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In a legal test of the World's
LOOKING THE ., Fair quick-arrest policy for ci
P vii rights demonstrators, four
I young Florida women were arrested -
SPORTS WORLD OVER posthaste Tuesday in
New York, while picketing the


1 By LEO ARMBRISTER Florida''The 'girls pavillion., Negro and white, iiV4.4t ELECT

,were warned three times by a
., G4tHJCiGfJlOO 4J ss rs security officer that their picketing

r. GOOD SPORT ACTIVITIESGOOD greatest difficulty is Braullo was 'illegal, but they re-
Baeza, who was forced to'pur- fused?to budge. After paradingin
CURD ON JUVENILE chase his release from Fred a drizzle for 30 minutes, the
Hooper for $100,000; all this officer ordered their arrest.
DELINQUENCY without the hopes of a good The four are Betty Collins,
The unpopular Incident Involving mount, because the small fieldof 19, of Tallahassee:' and Doris
two teenage gangs, that hopeful were quickly de- Rutledge, 20, Sherry Noyes, 20 ,
'occudred at one of the local voured. and Carol Lustgarten, 20, all '1,
fhlgh schools this week is proof of Miami were taken to the
Not being an at guessing
expert
11 positive of the dire need for Elmhurst City i PollceStation
i winners, and being a little
,I some wholesome outlet for the and booked.
partial to Hartack, from hereit
pent-up energy of the thou- looks like Northern Dancer The Miami girls are membersof
sands of youths of this county. CORE. Their demonstrationwas
I will smell the scent of roses in RANDY
This gigantic undertaking to the 00th Kentucky Derby. an intentional test of theWorld's CHRISTMASJUSTICE
train this great force of Fair Corp., policy by
strength, brain and athletic EXCELSIOR LEAGUE national CORE.
I f ability into the proper chan- ACTION ..-j.JHL; ;

nels Is no Job for a lone good High team game: OF THE PEACE
Ii Samaritan, but rather a Job Metropolitan Cleaners 1124 LEGAL NOTICEComptroller
for the entire civic minded The Renegades 1077 of the DISTRICT 1
I community. Cloverleaf 1053
Sport Shop
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Miami Commissioner
1953-1957
e City
Fortunately, the greater percentage McDanlels Liquor 1062 Currency
e Mayor of Miami 1955
High team 3-game
of this huge army Is
'I is inclined to lean toward- the The Olympics 3015 TREASURY Outstanding Young Man of Dade County 1955
and healthy side of life Hagan and Fonda No.1 3984
good DEPARTMENT OF e Former Assistant State's Attorney
High Ind. game
eo with the proper recruiting
of the other part these can bea American Furn. TV 2974 .. UNITED STATES .. PULL LEVER 45.A
product of the whole that Clyde Young 285
I Is a credit to the community Alvoid James 270 Washington, D. C. Pd. Pol. Adv.
Charlie Morris 265
Looking The Sports World Lee Phillips 265 WHEREAS, satisfactory evi-
dence has been presented to
Over from time to time has
High Ind. 3-game
the Comptroller of the Currency
become acquainted with several Willie Nicholson 707 that "Lincoln National Bankof
youngsters who have Albert Bryant 706 Miami", located Miami, ELECT
I shown great interest in good, Alvoid James 705 State of Florida, has compliedwith
clean recreation such ,as golfing all provisions of. the
baseball, bowling and such. FLORIDA BALL IN NEW statutes of the United States
t Their only need to convert.this ?ORK: ON TAB required to be complied with DON STONE MAY 5

desire into a notable character Long distance from New before being authorized to com
\ \is a lending hand from the York City comes ,the announce- mence the (business of bankingas
adult organizations, which have ment from Leonard "Bum" a National Banking Associa JUVENILE JUDGE
made inroads to the enjoymentof Smith 'that the ball Is rolling tion;
these sports. and the stage is set for the NOW THEREFORE, There- (Opposing W. R. Culbreath)
by certify that the above-
17th Florida Ball Saturday nlte
Z Consider this an appeal for named association is authorizedto
( May 23 at the Rockland Palace,
.help to ,ail those capable of giving 155th St. and 8th Ave. commence the business of Dade Juvenile Officer<<
I our youths a hand keep banking os a National Banking
them occupied with good activities Lloyd Price. and his'great Association.IN .
band is succeeding: Count Basie 4 years
TESTIMONY
and their actions
are to the bandstand this in WHEREOFt
year witness
sure to be good. my "' .
Juvenile Court Referee
keeping with the affairs pre- '
of office this 16th day of April,
WHO IS RIDING WHO IN sentation of a big band each 1964. '
KENTUCKY DERBY- year. JAMES J. SAXON ,1 l : .d. .Asst. State Attorney
Reservations may be made Comptroller of the
More strategy is being pull- through L. Smith, AU 3-6332, Currency c Asst. United States
ed In securing Jockeys for the U. Smith, DI 3-3261 .and J. Charter No. 15307
various mounts in the 00th Thurman DI 6-0318. June 20 Attorney

Kentucky Derby than in a "fit,,
Yanke-Dodger 9th inning, 7th ? Coach

World Series game. OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY Recreation<< Director

Willie Shoemaker has been

and booked since to pilot then The has Scoundrel been up 1866 N.W. 51st Terr. Endorsed by The Miami Herald The i Miami News

and down on Northten Dancer ,. Dade Federation of Labor The, Homo News The
r and has now settled for Hill SPECIAL- Journal The Dado Comity Times Union Dado

) Rise. r. .. County Young Democratic Association North Dado Tax
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Bill Hardtack was once on payers Association.

Quadrance but Is now atop BUILDER MUST SELL FOR JUVENILE JUDGE
,\ Northern Dancer. Bob Ussery

has and given Roman up Brother Northern before Dancer becoming Gorgeous 3-bedroom, Flat room, 2 baths,,'hardwood' Don Stone -- Lever 34.BChop

stapled to The Scoun- floors, built-in features,,:awning'windows;' This:home

drel. I -It4iU.: can be bought at a SENSIBLE PRICE by .those :who .

can afford fair down
a payment.'
The rider experiencing theTONIGHT "

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$' /1j FULL PAYOUT MORTGAGEThis .. Formerly 2nd Avenue

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vi &&ZC& THE FLORIDA FAMILY DICKINSONaP.ACIOUS : I

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DOG TRACK j ; cATHyTofJkGROCERY MAKES )[ ITS NOT THE FOOD ) WRAPPED UP IN THIS LOAF I
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ALLAPATTAH AREA Total PAGE .13uuu

$9,500, only $250 down. Only ,. ,-
a $69 per month, 2-bedroom

CBS, very nice. A Ben-Kori, ELECT .
y nltes PL 0-5533, days PL
1-2243. "* .'
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KENNETH N.

NEW AREAS beautiful homes,
3-bedrooms each. Listen to thls-

small down payment and only
$65 month on one and $72

month on the other. Drive by,
-- -- -- then call us 21000 N.W. 31st
MYERSLEVER
Ave and 3520 NW 210th Terr.

FOR RENT FOR SALENEW .Fenster Realty PL 98779.
S
.ter
FURNISHED APT,, bedroom
MODERN!: HOME 2.nEDROOMbetter/ type of
3-
1 kitchen 1 -
complete bathroom bedrooms, 2 tile baths formica home at 863 NW 74th St., built
nice quiet ,neighborhood. Phone kitchen call NE 3-3108 or for himself by a ,builder. It Is
NE 4-3259. .'.''IJ 691-5851.. .Brownsville Corp. beautiful. Good terms, see,, this : LEVER
,
If't 3095 NW 52 St. one without fall. We have Key. .
NICE ROOM in private home Fenster Realty ,_r PL 08779. ,

hot and cold water, phone FR 61 OLDS, 4-door hardtop, full 22-A .q" 22ASTATE
1-G321. 174 NW 8th St. power, factory air can'd. Only INCOME PROPERTY. largelot
$1,725. 7th, Ave. Studebaker, CBS, nice location, house

1-BEDROOM APT. for couple, _8915 NW 7' Ave. has 3-bedrooms plus garage
close to Shell City, $15 per plus a. 2-bedroom, bath apt; LEGISLATURE GROUP 5

week o82. N\V' 50 St., phone 59 PONTIAC Bonnevllle, 4- Good terms; don't forget to call COUNTYWIDE VOTE MAY 5th
7545748.PRIVATE; door hardtop, power, factory us on this one, it's a real bar-
air con'd. Only $995. 7th Ave- gain. Fenster .Realty PL RECOMMENDED BY

ROOM, 2481 NW 59 nue Studebaker, 8945 NW 7 98779. THE MIAMI HERALD
St. Phone NE 5-8010. Ave.
RENT WITH option) to buy. THE MIAMI NEWS
CBS
1-BE OOM, unfurnished house 2-BEDROOM, 1 bath 3-bedroom 'home, plus largelot.
$19 weekly. Key at Mrs. Coleman home, 1340 NW 51 St. By appointment Nice area; $90 month Fens ENDORSED BY
next door. 1558 NW 49 St.- Call NE 3-0093. .ter Realty PL 98779. Tho Miami Bench Sun

S. S. Gross Realty, HI 8-2821 or Tho Miami Reach Reporter
4 H- 12G. CORNER, large 3-bedroom, garage BEST LOCATION lovely 2- Tho Democratic Club of Miami Bench
sprinkler system, wall to Uedroom CBS Fla., room, car-
FURNISHED 1-bedroom wall carpet, air condition, awn port, tile roof, awnings, jalousie The'Voters and Taxpayers League of Miami and Dade

775 NW COth St. PL 4-00G9. Free apt. ings, 2 extra lots available. windows, fenced yard. Price is County C. E. '
water, electricity. Owner, 4701 NW 3 Ave. only $12,000; $300 down and $75 Tho Democrats Association of Illaleah'
,_ month. Life Realty 4932 NW 7th The
Dado
County Young Democratic Association
ROOM\ with all SUNDAY 3 to 0 p.m. Ave. PL 9-4371, Open eveningsand
modern conven- Tho Dado County Council of Senior Citizens
iences, in 559 NW 46th St. Come see this Sunday.NO .
clean
kitchen.very Call place, including really nice home. Lovely Inside Tho South Dado Political Action League
OX
1-4864.
2 Fla. rooms, total QUALIFYING modern 2- Tha, Fire Fighters of Florlda-Dade County Council

I NICE ROOM for nice couple. or $12,200, $350 down and $83 bedroom CBS, tile roof, carport, Tho Homestead' News Leader C. E.
for month pays all. A. Ben-Kori, large kitchen, lovely bedrooms,
a very nice single man. 2287 Tho Cutler Ridge terrine Post C E.
Realtor niter PL 9-5533 .
days
NW 61 St. NE 51217. Call weekends stove, air conditioner, fenced
PL 12243. Tho Miami Star
and Wednesday nights. yard. A bargain at $12,500,
$750 down and $90 month Life t Richmond heights Citizens Committee

NICE ROOM in prlavte home. 2730 NW 57 St., 2 business lots, Realty; 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL I Coral Gables TJmo -Gulde
All home privileges. 80 x 120, also; house that's not 9-4371. Open evenings and Sundays
Lady
couple, block to I/uses. NE or worth much, but lots worth I Let's Make it Unanimous
4-C310. the price of $5,500 total with

.. $500 down. Only $15 per_ week LOVELY 3-bedroom house, Fla., '
FURNISHED or unfurnished A Ben-Korl, Realtor, nites PL room,' enclosed front porch, fully

business or professional, couple, 9-5533, days PL 1-2243. furnished, even has wash-
or single, air conditioned rooms, Ing machine; like new Inside FORD REALTY OFFERINGS!
kitchen privileges In and out. Wonderful locationnear
home also 2 bedrooms available.private DRIVE BY 401 NW 43 St., then school, shopping and TWO BEAUTIES

all G35-C143 from 0 to 9. call me. Total $10,000, only $250 buses. A bargain at $8,000 $250
down and $68 month pays all down and only $65 month, FHA 142 NW 40th StreetIdeal

1EAUTIFUL for this beauty, 2-ltedroom CBS terms., Life Realty, 4932 NW 7, "
;>r 2 persons Efficiency, corner for CDS 1 tile roof, Fla., ..room-*..It's a Ave. PL 0-4371, open Sundays 3-bedroom home, Fla. room many extras, FHA.

fthaln link fence, must be clean nltes honey. PL A. Hen-Korl 9-5533, ,days Realtor PL, i Down payment $400 This is in a beautiful neighbor

|nd .want. .. something... nice.. $20wees. 1-2243. hood.
er--- INW55GO- ----, Inquire I BEST LOCATION in Man o r
780 NW Goth St. Park 3-bedroom, 2 bath,
7690 NW 15th AvenueNewly
DRIVE BY 670 NW 42 St. Total 'CBS, large Florida room, enclosed

DUPLEX, furnished, 1-bed- $12,000. Only $350 down and front porch, tile roof,
built 3-bedroom home built-in and refrif-
"* $83 month all. This Is 1 block from school, oven
m ,very clean, nice yard, pays a garage,
} week. You want this, best beauty, 2-bedroom CBS plus buses and shopping. Price Is orator, reasonable ,down payment. Move right in.

" ca. A. Ben-Korl, Realtor, den, lots of extras, or 3rd bed- $14,000, $450 down and $87
Utes PL 0-5533, days PL room. Spotless. \\A. Ben-Korl, month. Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 FORD REALTY, Inc.

f-2213. Realtor nites PL-5533( days Ave., PL 9-4371. Open even 569 N.W. 54th Street
I I PL 1-2243. ings and Sundays.NO 7p -8761

I-IJEDROOM furnished Cottage, good, completely sur- CLOSING COSTS r 2-bed- Open Saturday and Sunday All Day

roundings. $15 per week. Apply rooms, Florida room, enclosed :.II
at 1058 NW 39th St. phone Broward front porch, garage, awnings,
NE 5-8915. stove and refrigerator. Price. is
$300 down, $77 month.
NICE ROOM. County Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. 4-Bedroom Home
Lady preferred. and
PL 9-4371. Open Sundays
lOOt NW tOO
St. Opa-locka, NA
News evenings.
1-0115.
I 2-car garage Fla. room corner

NO CLOSING COSTS. CBS dUe
2-bedroom apt, contains gas each' side,'
By 2-bedrooms
oven and pleoc, Total Price
stove, electric $10,900
free refrigerator Walter Howe tile, roof, ,appliances With $600
gas electricity, '/live rent freeas
city water 3350'NW down'Yu'; can down Move in
HI 8-1119., 51 St. Call the monthly payments are $600 right

only $89.75. FHA terms. Life See 4030 NW 3rd Avenue

:.3283: NW Attucks High Schoolchorus Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL
07 St.
Small house f.The
9-4371. Open evenings and Sun- OWNER DIRECT WI 5-9886
.
unfurnished, $15 'week.'Mvi willappear as guest at -
59880. the New Mecedonia Baptist days.

L Church, 2201- SW 48th Ave. Sunday -
:ROOM in private home for May 10, during morning CORNER 3-BEDROOM CBS yifiSiS&if&f&if&i &i&iSSSiSiSi5&iS5ig&if&tiXi S
settled couple or two ladles, service. Everyone Is cordially i freshly painted, large enclosed !
close to 21 bus and jitney. Ph. Invited to 'come and enjoy the front porch, appliances, sepa- l FORD DOES IT AGAIN!
751-1500. Mother's Day services. Rev. B. rate garage. A bargain at $9,200

L. Mack, pastor. .. $300 down and $63 month. Don't NO QUALIFYING
miss this! 'Life,' Realty, 4932 NW
'FURNISHED> *. *' NW
modern 1-bed- : 1480 55th StreetLarge
7 Ave. PL 9- 371, 'Open ev.nrIngs ,
;room '.
The 'L
apt.. will takeQ' small Gay dies' Cfub' of West
,child up to,,:3,'years old. MU Hollywood Is'planning its'dance and SundaysLICENSED ,: house, fenced yard, $295 down. Move right
1-0325.) .' in.
at the Paradise Club In Liberiafor "

May 11. Come one come all. BEAUTICIANattractive' 2121 NW 44th Street
LOVELY :;"' charming 'girl' or ,
SMALL house $18, Music by Roosevelt Parker and "
and one $20 to right party the Manish Boys. woman Who has good experience. Gorgeous 3-bedroom, lj/i baths, tremendous $+std.
like her
prefer We .also 'would
someone Who would Ideal' location. $500 down $80 month.
..
She
like to own home, small down to have worked with wigs.
The Carver Ranches Bears
txivment must have a pleasing person- 1228 NW' 42nd Street
can be paid weekly and
will give their ,bIg party
NE 5 55Gc. ality and know how to deal '
2780
NW 60 St. dance at the Fire House, 44th with the public. Hours can be bedroom house: for rent, $18'wee ; .
Terr.,' and 21st St. Friday, May extble- salary according to .
( ,
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It is understood that there 1, at 850: p.m.;Come'! Admission out and ability and experience. Call JE 1 FORD REALTY,; Inc.- :
are help your 'team
opening for Negroes In the -. 2-4848.
'
Miami area In apprentice train free. 569 N.W. 54th Street 758-8761

ing programs for airline mechan- .* WANTED. .
nics. Persons Interested In sucha Mrs. J. Cambridge'has returned f ,Open Saturday and Sunday All Day "
RESTAURANT Manager or
program ere asked to send from Jacksonville where
their names to John Papan- she attended the' 71st annual cook. I want to change all whiteto ;.t .
'
drew, Minister of First Unita- session Bethelhem Grand Chapter all Negro or will sell restau- .. '
Han Church, 7701 SW 76th .Ave. O. E. S.. wftfch. was. held rant. Let's talk It over. 2100 Try A Miami'times, Classified Ad
Miamj, Fla. April 21-23, NW 10 Ave. Phone 371-9115


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PHIL OSSOFER ELECT MURRAY H.

SAYS:
Carver High News Liberty City Elem.

The Carver High Clarion School
staff members join In expressing One of my all-time literary
thanks to Mrs. Counts 10th Reading! Reading! Reading! favorites is Aesop' famous story-
grade English class for the Registration for the summer teller who lived 600 years STATE RimStNTATWE,Grwrp 6
newspaper fund donation made Reading Program has begun. It before Christ. A dark-skinned
recently. Began Tuesday night, April 14, slave, It is said that 'he was |< Dado Needs a .
The unique method used for in the school's cafetorium. freed because of his story telling DUBBIN'SExperienced -
raising the funds was the publication Every parent Is urged to register Abilities. He used animalsin
' of two mimegraphed his child any day that is most of his stories, each of { Leadership
newspapers dealing with plots convenient for him. Plan now which had a moral to it. One I
and sub-plots In Silas Marner. to register your child. Don't might say he ,talked "turkey"to
The donation will help to defray his listeners.
wait. Beat the rush. You
Carver Clarion expenses, may Perhaps it is through inspira-
also him at next
again we express gratitude and register our tion In Aesop's wonderful talent -
appreciation. PTA meeting, May 12, in the that I try to talk "turkey"through
schools cafetorium. quickie quips. (This is Finest New Homes For Less

1 STUDENT GOVERNMENTDAY Friday, May 1, is May Day at the only form of story-telling ,
andas for which I am e-qulpped.) At 1944 NW 49th Street 1921 NW 60th Street,
Liberty City Elementary; rate, I'd like to attemptone .. .. .. ...
any '......
"Teacher and Administratorfor usual, the whole school '
per of his kind of stories, on a 7street OpeiTs ftoVp.tn
1835 NW41 ( .)
a day" Is the general themeof will be dressed In orange and subject he miight! have used if

the be hel Student d, : Government Dayto green Little-Miss the school's Sheila McKinney colors. thus he were: living today. It goes 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths garage, Florida room

held Seniors Thursday."stepped right In" L.a fourth Thomas'grader homeroom In Mrs.) is Mary our two Once teenagers.upon a time One there owned were a For Sale Lots 100 ft. on 49th :St. 80 ft. on 63rd St

and Igot a first hand look at UBO PIBJOO jajsejv 'aanb A\au car in which the other often
from CASH PAID FOR LOTS AND HOMES
profession
the teaching
a first grader in Mrs. Gertna rode. One day the car-owning
the teacher viewpoint.
stemmed from the William's room Is our king. We teenager's friend, (if he may
TJils event
idea of giving prospective grad take our hats off to these young be called that,) dared him to Need Money? See Baron JE 8.1340
uates a chance at being the winners. We invite the whole race his car as close as he couldto
ruling body for one day of the community to visit with us at ,a wall, stopping it within
school year. Seniors also get the coronation. Inches of it. He said, "if youdon't
charnce to dress in mature do it, you're chicken."
a fashions and demand the respect Physical ,Education Instruc- Fearful of being called "chic- Painless Office Treatment of
of their peers. tors: Fannie Henry, Dorothy Me- ken," the teenager got into his *
Kellar Warren Lowe and Mau- car, speeded it up, slamming on RUPTURE 'E5 PILES
rice Graham have planned a the brakes as he approachedthe
NWHS WinsShorthand gala May-Day, Coronation acti- wall. The brakes didn't Rectal Diseases, Varicose Veins, Pro. ,
andBookkeeping l vity for these young people at hold, and he crashed into the state-No lost Ura Discard Truss
the school. Treats of all kinds wall, dying instantly.The Upon Correction of Rupture. Reducing
Honors and descriptions will be offered moral to this story, as DR. LONG'S CLINIC Blood-Urine Tests
I am sure Aesop would agree,
Fiffty-two students representing under the supervision of Mrs. Is: "It is better to be a live 1841 8.W. lit St.FR2748 A general reatta Mates
ten high schools In the Mary L. Floyd and Mrs. Glen- I chicken than a dead duck."
state of Florida, converged on dena Edwards land their com-
the campus of Bethune-Cook- mittee.

man' College, Saturday, April Our is
18, for the annual state-wide faculty particularlyelated
Shorthand TypingBookkeep over the return of one of
ing contest. These contests were our teachers. Mrs. Bertha Jack-
designed by B-CC to raise the son, who has, for sometime,
level of 'proficiency of high been ,,ill Welcome back home, GOSHGARIAN1
school students in the business ,Mrs. Jackson.
area' and to provide In incen- (
tive for them to take further At our last Professional Faculty -
interest in this area. I meeting, which was chair.
Top honors in the ShorthandII ed by Mrs. Florence Young, we
contest and the Bookkeeping I were pleased to have had our
contest went to contestants Reading Teacher Mrs Henrietta
from Northwestern Senior High Jones and Mr. Lew Leon set Juvenile Court
School of Miami, with Doro- the pace for the summer reading Judge
thea Llghtbourn taking top honors program. Everyone enjoyed -
in Shorthand with over the question and answer
100 words per minute and Shirley

McKenzie taking top hon- period.Mrs.. Mary Ford Williams,
nors on the Bookkeeping contest -
Sherman Matthews and 'principal "Dedicated toDade's
Denis R. Thomas :
Jitjunle LewIs Johnson took second IV, reporter -
and third place. honors on
the ,Shorthand 'contest, 'respectively -
from Lincoln Park High Miami Schools ScoreIn Youth"Chartottt
School of Fort Pierce, while
Ruthie Eady and Regenla Simsof Drama
Jones High School in Orlando
Dr. S.
Randolph Edmonds
receiving'second and third place .. head' Of the' Florida A and M
In the Bookkeeping contest.
University Department of
Other winners were for Typing Speech and Drama this week -b.----- I
I, Sherinita Ann Bass of Du-
released lists of
ratings awarded Aram
,
bar Senior High School of Fort
the 15th
during annual Flor- fttrtek ft KaYIDGOSHGARIAN
Myers. ida Interscholastic Speech and
t Drama Association Play Festi-
Mays High \NewsA val held here In the Charles PLEDGES:
Winter Wood Theatre.
:Mays High student at the
State Convention of Plays receiving Superior rat
; tive Education, was awarded a ing Included: To end the disgraceful
bickering officials which
plaque for her dedication to Miami Northwestern Senior among has
duty,)and superior handling of High School Samuel O. Cohen,
recently characterized the Juvenile
I the 'position of vice president. principal "Special Guest" directed Court.K..
The convention was held at by Thomas R. Papino. ...

GibbS In St. High Petersburg School, April 10-11 School Booker, T.Anthony Washington Gardiner High, "\f To bring dignity, understanding and compassion to the

principal, "The Zoo Story," directed administration of this
Mary Newberry who 'presided by Leroy Washington. highly Important office.
over the Second General As- (I #

i. semtfly: for and one later of served the discus-as: recorder NOTICEAll "v To deal firmly, but fairly,at all times with children who come

sion.KfOUps\ received the members of the Grand 01 within the Jurisdiction of the court
plaque during the convention United Order of PallBearersInc.
banquet. Three other students ., interested in being a part
\ I, also ''were awarded plaques. of the Pall-Bearers Choir, to .J To make the public and our state legislators aware of our
The convention was cored sing during the Grand Lodge
|> of representatives of the which convenes in Miami in needs for additional funds for foster home care.
I Distributive Cooperative Training July are asked to be present at
(Programs throughout the the hall on 6th Ave.<< 'l on Wednes- *,*
Ji state. day and Friday, May 6-8, for
Along with :Miss Newberry ''Rehearsal at 8 !p.m. Goshgaiian will bring to this highly sensitive post, more than 10
{ who is president of the Mays Ed Williams, chairman,
Club, six other members :were H. Hlggs-cholr director years of legal experience. H.'wlll be able to obtain! co-operation

They represented were: Carlton at the convention Rodgers, a of state, local and national officials as a result of his 7 years at

state', officer: Helen Slayton; the" high school students, while Dade County's Assistant :
Ester P. Bullard, Jerell Cleve- the lone university received a State Attorney. i;
land;,',Gregory Stiles and Bobby two-volume set of books. .(ft.'" I
Titus Reid, who served as campaign The' speaker, Dr. Bixler ;$ .
I, manager for a winning whose topic was "The GiftedChild" VOTE FOR
ARAM
candidate/MissJanorise Greenof was visiting Professorof
Dillard High. Green was psychology the University
elected state president. ot MlamL
Barbara Brown, recent'winner The girls junior basketball
of a Howard Scholarship, B team, during the Cutler Ridge
was one of the students given Ridge sports Day activities GOSH6ARIAHLEVER "
recognition by the Gamma defeated the Glades Junior High
Chaptter of the Phi ,Beta,.Rap- team at Cutler Ridge 26-8 for
poNaUonal' Honor Society the area championship.
early::this,month for having the Fannie Bowman racked up 20
highest scholastic average, at points of which 12 were made .
her schooL In the third,period of the game. tf
The students 'honored were Emma Bailey made the other 35-A
the,' valedictorians from the 21 six points. 'MM ArfvOMIAMI
schools and University The A team fell victim to the 1
high: ., Glades A team as the same ended 1t
Certificates 'were awarded' 12-8 In Gltttes favor.,






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BADE COUNTY YOUNG DEMOCRA ASSOCIATION


After due deliberation and careful considerationdoes


hereby endorse the following candidates:

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I U.S. Senator .
County Sheriff '
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BRAILEY ODHAM 1.B FLOYD F. MINER 32.A

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Representative Judge Group 2 '

CLAUDE PEPPER 3.B'MARTIN' P. SHACHAT 36A I

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: Circuit Judge Public Instruction Group 1 .
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,..... ROBERT D. ZAHNER 4-B JANE S. ROBERTS 39-B'"'
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Governor Public Instruction Group 2
'. ,, ,
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ROBERT KING HIGH 7.A' JACK D. GORDON 41.A\

Attorney General Public Instrudtion Group 4 ". .
I.
,' H: EARL FAIRCLOTH ,1\ 8.A'" C. T. McCRIMMON I 43=B f ,

Public Defender '
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1 '. Public Instruction Group 5
HUGHLAN'LONG 10 B'" : 'r
ANNA BRENNER MEYERS 44IA

State Senator
Constable Group 1
ROBERT HAVE FIELD
CLARENCE W. HUDDLESTON ,

Representative Group 1 48.AA .
1 I t." Constable,Group 2
ROBERT L. SHEVIN 14-B
... RAY BRADLEY 47.A..:r ." ';' ."
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-",.L. Representative: Group' 3 .
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CAREY MATTHEWS 20.B Constable Group 4Representative : ').

5 CLARENCE EDWARDS 47.B I
Group .

KENNETH M. MYERS <. 22.A I I ,.'f. .
WE ALSO RECOMMEND )
Representative Group 6 .
,. r MURRAY H. DUBBIN 23Reprelent'ative; Group 2 '"'

Representative Group 7 BERNARD BERMAN 16.A

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DAVID L. BROWER t.' 24-A f ''
DANIEL A. KAVANAUGH 19.A
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Representative Group 11 r
.. JudeRepresentative !
3" WALTER WEISS 27.B
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Group 14 DONALD E. STONE :w..B:. '

ARTHUR C. YOUNG ARAM P. GOSHGARIAN 35.A ,


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Dade County Young Democratic AssociationKENNETH


.................... ........ President HERBERT MUNNINGS .............................Treasurer
WILLIAMS RUBY THOMAS ...................................''. SecretaryDlt
.................... I. Vice President
NATHANIEL DEAN t E. A. WARD .................r.. Chairman of Board
EVELYN CARTER F .................... 2nd Vice Pr *id nt P/J. Pol. Adr. ::

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PAGE 16 SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1964Spearing BEST BUYS IN TOWN

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CBS beauty, 3-bedrooms, 2 bath, Fla. room, all electric

jrS' J JW kitchen, 2 air cond., large lot, 5 years new.

W :. $14,000. $78 month FHA. .. ,


With Sports k Corner CBS, 3-bedroom-0--, front porch, dining-room,

m' tile roof, carport, utility room, appliance: ?large lot.

By HARRY SPEAR $12,300 total. $400 down FHA. We"ha.e.k. ,, you

must see.Lovely .......?.'v.; .'
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COME OUT AND SEE TIlE prospect. He is trained by NICK: bedroom, dining room, 'porch, carport,

t MIAMI MARLINS BUZZY. t patio, appliances, washing machine. $9,000 total.
Last week's Pan Am results: $300 down FHA. We have key, you must see.
"The most exciting Miami Porter Rolle knocked out
baseball team in years," That's Willie Harris in the sixth rd. i --oNo ----
what fans are extolling about Monday night in the feature qualifying 2 bedroom, completely furnished, '

the Marlins after the first four fight. front' and rear porch, dining' room, storage room,

home State games League of the season.1004 Florida Rolle had dropped Harris AnnouncementMrs.. Emily Williams announces carport., Only $9,000 total. $70 month pays all.

with a left hook in the first
the engagement of ,Her -aDUPLEX -
The main ingredient which round and him with '
put away grand daughter Patricia Ann, to .
distinguishes this club is speed. the same punch in the sixth. Mr. Johnnie Collier, son of Mrs. SPECIALS

leadoff.Every player Gene on the Klimash club, from to I Scatterhawk Dixon, 167, de- Margaret 'Collier. Mr. Collier is CBS, 6 years new, modern large 2-bedroom each

number man eight hitter Len Farello clsioned Mad Dog Johnson, a graduate of Northwestern side, completely furnished, front and rear porch.
can run extremely well. 166, in the semifinal eight. High School class of 1000. and $600 down. FHA.
Otis Hilton, 132, turned in a has served in the Armed Forces. .
The Marlins fast surge from sensational pro debut by beat Patricia will graduate from
the starting blocks has been ing Charley Heath, 131 in the high school) in June. She is the CBS corner, 8 years new, ,2-bedroom each side, com-
I made possible by several play- second round.. In a four, John daugther of Mr. Willie Postell. pletely furnished, front and rear porch. $600 down
ors. Second Waseman BOBBY ny Sands, 147, decisioned. John A June wedding is planned. FHA. Owner pays closing costs. -
FRAZIER has made all the I Henderson, 143. .
plays at second and has hit
with authority. He Is the Mar. PACK has reduced his pricesfor No qualifying. CBS 2-bedrooms each side, tile roof,

tins cleanup hitter and proved ringside- $1.75; general' utility room, appliances. $800 down. Key in office.
worthy of the position on the admission $1.00. Where can
V latest road trip to Sarasota. In one find such cheap nite enter MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS
one time at bat he cracked a tainment. Let's see if you can't .
tremendous 400 foot home run get up a party and come to ATTENTION VETERANS! LARGE SELECTIONS!
the Pan Am where there is
,
field fence
the left center
over '
of Payne Park. plenty of action. No Down Payment Homes
I ,
Other standouts have been' VELIZ WINS ,REVENGE,
SHELL REALTY BROKER
catcher DICK ROCKWELL, a DECISIONS MATTHEWS IN ,
work horse of a lad who has
been 'behind the plate in eight PHIIJjY ARENAIf 4260 NW 7th Ave. 758.5551
out of ten so far. Rockyis
games revnge is sweet, asp poets
fast for a catcher, hits con-
have claimed since the
year
and carries shot
sistently a. '
orie, then' Chico VeUz"and' John
gun arm. ny Knight must feel like two

The Marlins outfield has to starving bears licking a honey. HOMES FOR SALE
be the fastest in the league. comb. ...

GENE KLIMASH, TOM JOHN. VELIZ, a baby-faced Cuban "Hero are 2 of ,the 'best homes for sale in the Northwest
SON and CRAIG SONJU can with than
more courage. punch
all fly and their great running made good his vow to even section' today:".
ability is paying extra ,dividends matters with Philadelphia
in the base running department \lightweight Len Matthews Beautiful 3-bedroom, 2 bath, Fla. room, wall to wall carpet,

too. walking away with: a unani- Miss; Velma Lea Richardsonof kitchen tile
modern built/in; all features, fenced yard, carport -
The. Marlins pitching has mous 10-round( decision in the New Haven, Conn., will be
been+good Morgan singled out feature of a five-bout Arena guest of the Hampton louse, sprinklers, low price, good terms.
a number of his pitchers. He card Monday night beginning BnttiixLiy for n ",,,ek.
mentioned Walt Strong, Dave She was the lucky winner of a Very largo 2-lxdroom, bath, modern kitchen, extra largo
Knight, who has a punch to
Schaller, Danny Allln, Ed Jones, go with his heart, outsliigged. Hampton given House away door at prize the.'N6w vacation Fla room, screened barbecue patio, large yard, garage and

Dick 'Swanson, Brian Conway, Irish Johnny Gilden, '.the'man Haven Chapter, National Association many extras, wall to wall carpet.
I, and ,Gil Pinard. Pinard is a big who had tagged him with his of Fashion and Accessory
'j French Canadian who has a lone pro,' defeat in "an eight- Designers Conventionheld ACTION REALTY
r bit of trouble with the English round war that provided enough in Hamden, Conn., last De
II' language, However, he has no action to fill 52 weeks on a cember. ,. ,
;' trouble throwing baseball and ,#
\ a TV screen. ..
.. many Fla. State League batters Miss Richardson Is a graduate E. Harry Denny r 754-0483
I will be finding this out in To be sure,. this wasn't, the of Hurt College of Music
f weeks to come. same Matthews that had made and Is presently employed as a
f Veliz his sixth straight! knock. music tocchcr for the public
;, PAT WILLIAMS, public relations out victim ina promising come. school system, of Naugatuck,
t for the Marlins has a back. Len had no:steam in his Con.. Sho 'will be accompanied
great idea of introducing a punches and was repeatedly by a Miss Evelyn Jackson, also
t ;:
EDISON SPECIALSOpen
.' I player so as the fan and..player tarred by .blowsthat ,shouldn't of New .Haven.Negroes _
can get acquainted. .They have made him blink.

,I "' sign! their autographs for you. Veliz followed his usual jabbing Sought For I Sunday 26I p.m..
You .have a short conversation. I
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strategy,, carrying, h P
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Airline 'MechanicsTraining
to Matthews and keeping
fight
home. It is all done at the main
Len off balance. the 2158
Still *565 NW 44th Street
entrance. So 'and
step
up say. fans waited had
Just as they
hello: 'in" r
In December for Matthews to $300 down, FHA, $75 month. CBS, tile,roof, garage
Sorry I made a mistake last t.urnthe/ tide with one 'punch. A drive. Is' presently on "to
week.,,.Children and teens up to This time he disappointed them. recruit'' young'....Negroes for an -.-

17 years, admitted for 50cr Len's best *cha nce' came .*ih apprentice training program -560 NW 45th Street
The Marlins are away playIng the ninth round. After taking for airline mechanics. ''This Job "

May 2 in Ft. Lauderdale, eight unanswered jabs, he specialty is usually in great $250 down.: FHA:'! $74 ,month, CBS 3-bedroom,
\ Saturday, then take on Day- whipped two hard'rights to the demand and Is one of the top .
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tona:for two games Sunday and Miami's' boonving garage. I' frr.'f r'
in
head that made the Cuban paying jobs' ...
Monday. They play Orlando ;\<" \ '.
hesitate. The delay was momentary air industry. }.. .
I three games, then back *home I""" however, .and the Anyone interested ,ln. this ,,'.
May ;9. gritty Vellz. poured it' on from- training should call Rev John 564 NW _45th Street

PAN,,' AM DOES :IT AGAIN' : .there to the' finish. PapandrewT 667-3697

.. Looks) ,_ "like BUDDY_ .PACK:; ... :r$3oo' downy FHA! ,$75 month,.CBS, tije,roof, Florida
=" haeloumf -another*; $*of : _
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Rolle.''and Oits HILTON Rolle \ .- ..... ... -; .
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after scoring a sensational upset Fl 1964 NW 47th Terrace
win! over JOE NARDI, repeated
i I his winning by stopping 1260 NW 42nd Street' ] Drive by, then call

'WILLIE, HARRIS in one $300 down, FHA, CBS 3-bedrooms, 2 baths.
4 .t minute of the 6th round. 2-bedrooms, 1-bath, completely renovated!, FHA.
I .
Also.rj' a youngster In OTIS Down payment $350, selling. for $11,500.. ... ., 'ft'.
i Hilton, who scored a knock 1880
I NW 50th Street
"", out (>n the second round of his 1762 NW 43rd Street
i pro debut. Otis will be the real Drive by, then call :

; ')';\, e'' card.seats'"for, ;He sold his first A terriffic home, 2-bedroom modern kitchen, new CBS'duplex, 2-bedrooms each side. $450 down, FHA i

J I'" ap,ice. fl1 refrigerator, ,FHA. down payment $350.
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Bing needx'"'''more'fighters FORD REALTY, Inc. EDISON REALTORS,
like t.hls. Puts us in. mind of ; ;. ":' 4'" .- -'
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