The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 9, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00162

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I $8,000,000 City Housing

u Project Gets Go Ahead 1 eRs fl

I' Negroes- Protest Low the Miami Housing AuthorityIs
being permitted zoning vari-
ances that would never be
Cost Housing granted a private builder.

Despite tne protest of Negro The objection came as the
:: homeowners in the Liberty Metro Commission approved 19
City-Brownsville area, the separate multiple unit apart
Metro Commission Thursday, ment projects planned by the
authority. w : y
gave the go ahead on an
$8,000.000 public housing program In all, these will provide
about GOO units of low income
housing at cost of 7.8 million
The homeowners complainedthat dollars. The units will tto rented -
the 88-unlt apartment project to families displaced by the
J planned for their north- North-South Expressway.
west residential area would
lower their property values. More, than 100 Negroes filed _:
r yte objections to apartment
The Free Enterprise Associatlotl project, planned on what is nowa
made up of owners of trailer park at NW 25th Ave.,
slum property! charged: that and 58th St.Charlotte.
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Hubbard ,j p l ,br 0E
Gets Highest

7 Federal PostWASHINGTON

Johnson has promoted Mrs.
xW Charlotte Moton Hubbard to

what was described Thursdayas NEW HANK OPENS National Bank Florida's first right, Dr. John Brown, a dlrec-
the ranking
nent federal highest to be held perma-bya Mayor Robert King High Integrated bank ((6013 NW 7th tor; Garth C. Reeves; chairmancuts
post the traditional tape mark- Ave.) Also participating in the of the board and Frank? M Du.-

Johnson Negro woman.announced the appointment ing the opening of the Lincoln historic opening are left to chanan, president.

of Mrs. Hubbard as a ----. --
deputy assistant secretary of

that state her for father public-affairs Dr Robert noting R. POLICE ,JAIL 30 I Open House at State Track(Meet

f *1v Moton had been a successorto PICKETS Christian HospitalIn
Booker T. Washington as
president of Tuskegee Institute. observance of National At Junior College
t ti Speaking at a news confer- NASHVILLE, Tenn Police Week, May 10-10, the
ence, Johnson said Mrs. Hub arrested at least 30 Negro pickets Christian Hospital will have Its
bard has built "a distinguished Wednesday night when they annual Open House this Sun- Stadium' Today
reputation In civic affairs, education demonstrated In front of a seg- day.This
and government"Born institution located at
i t Mrs. (Nettie Graham la announcing at Hampton, Va., 51 regated cafeteria, target of a 4700 NW 32nd Ave., cordially Wilts Alexander executive
: the engagement of her years ago, Mrs. Hubbard devoted 10-day-old integration drive invites the public to attend this : secretary of the Florida Interscholastic ",
nearly three decades to edu- here. affair from 3 to 0 p.m. Athletic Association
daughter, Phyllis to Horace cational and public relations announced this week that the
Larklns, son of Mr. and Mrs. work before joining the State The demonstration followed a 1P04 track and field championship
Larklns.. The bride-elect Is a Department last year to help scuffle earlier in the day when meet would be held in Miami
graduate of North 'Dade High, handle the department's rela- whites tried to drive Negro on Saturday, May 0, The
class of '63. A June. ,wedding is tions with communities. around pickets from Nashville's side- new Dade County Junior Col-
planned. .the country. walks with a flying wedge. lege Stadium will serve as the
setting for this outstanding
I display of athletic skills.

I Bowl RallyI Teams representing high
Baptists 'Unite In Orange schools Homestead from will Tallahassee begin arrivingon to

Thursday to prepare for the
An estimated 10,000 persons presidents of the Baptist World Dunn, organist at St John competition
attended the Baptist Rally Alliance; Dr. Joseph Norden- Baptist Church was at the organ -
Sunday evening in the Miami haug of Washington; D. C., executive .
Orange Bowl, and listened to secretary o/ the VBA. Dr. Robert Bradley, directorof
addresses from ) music for the National Bap-
inspiring leaders of the denomination. The keynote address was tist Convention, USA, Inc., was
national. made by Dr. C. Oscar Johnson, one of the soloists.Dr. .
St. Louis, Mo., a former WBA
The theme of the meeting president for three years and Harold Stassen, presidentof
was.- "Baptists ,Giving Theyoriard' for more than 27 years, pastorof the American Baptist Con- 1Fr1 ,
Lift." Third Baptist Church. vention ,was moderator for the
I.. occasion. The benediction was ,, ,,1,
Speaking on' the program' 'An integrated choir composed offered by the llev. Thedford i
were Dr. J. H. Jackson, presi- of singers'' from .ome..o the Johnson, pastor of St. John. '
dent of the National Baptist local churches, was conductedby
Convention of America Inc., Dr.. Claude Rhea, of .,t h e Conrad R. Miller was chair DIL C. JOHNSON and
Olivet Church Fine Arts Division,* man of the local steering com-
of Baptist
pastor Pauline I>R. J. If. JACKSONi
mittee. :
Chicago.and one) of the vice Baptist ,College
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I w .r
Herman Smith break.. tho
tape for a Northwestern. vic
I tory.
The trials will begin at D n.m
I Saturday with'' the qualifiers ,,,
,' returning at 0 p.m. for the ,
finals. Admission tQ the preliminaries
_fr i is 1.00 for adults
'r ..4 i and 25 cents for students. Adult
i tickets for the finals ore $1.00
: and students CO cents. Tickets
may be purchased\ advance ;
I : of the Jitgh': ,schools of
Dade County;< t', t

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friends who indicate out
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. PHIL OSSOFER wardly that they favor equali't..

PAGE 2 SATURDAY MAY 9, 1964 I SAYS ty, inwardly prefer status qu
: when the chips are donw.
Mr. RoBert C Ruark, noted
author and columnist, recently My patience became rull ed
25th Orange Blossom Beauticians wrote the following in refer when I hear people say/that
ence to civil rights: "It Is becoming militancy is pushing rpclal relationships
I more and more appar- back 40 years. Man,
ent that the disregard of other they're 100 years behind fowl!

Convention Slated For TampaThe and people'affiliates civil rights is marching by CORE mlli- And there's me fellow who

asked why the
tantly against an honest intentto ten years ago
twenty-fifth annual con- produce true ,civil rights. Negro didn't stand up for his
vention of the Orange Blossom Quite a lot of riends of the rights. Now he says they'repushing
Beauticians Association Inc. too hard! How incon-
family, so to speak are beginning -
Chapter 123., will open in Tampa i to turn sour." sistent can one get? When the
May 1721. Mrs. Alaine S. I'd like tosay I'm turning a white man discards the Ne-
Waldon of West Palm Beach is I bit sour on these characters gro's civil rights, he is forfeit-
state president.The who are turning sour becauseof ing his own. Civil rights for all
five-day convention agen I some of the actions taken in is Justice for all. Without I

da will feature, May 17, church civil rights.In there Is Justice for onon.

services and a welcome ban- I the Negro If one can be swayed from.
tL the first place, -
quet. : has been forced to become belief in Justice by human
May 18, an oratorical contest, ; militant. Being denied the basic anger, Just or unjust, then he '
subject, "The Negro and Beauty jt rights to which he has been en doesn't believe in Justice in the ""
Culture" Mrs. Cathleen Ross, titled, and realizing that he first place. One changes opin-
first vice-president, chairman. '" must fight even for the ions, but can never honestlyturn

May 19, 5:30: a.m., dawn Break: r !, 'NaJIh ; "crumbs," he feels that as longas from a firm belief in a
fast, Mu Chapter of Theta Nu he is going to get Wrulsed: In principle
Sigma' Sorority, Mrs, Marion the action, he might as well go Let's not regret the loss of
Muldrow of Miami, Baslleus. I i for broke. To me this is sound such "friends." After all, with
The two-day workshop will I ; : reasoning. friends like these, who needs enemies
have as guest artist, Mrs. Da- +M 3 In the second place, these so- : ?
zelle Hill of the National Hair
New methods - -- -
Designers Guild. -
with relaxers will be demon-
strated, D. A. Julius of Miami, Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
chairman. Tuesday evening,
Queen Coronation Ball and hair Accomplished I accomplishment has been the
style Fiesta featuring "Portraitsof achievement of piano-tuning "MR. JACK"FOR
Queens, "Bertha Perry of Mi Musician Is Blind profession.

ami, chairman and Mrs. R. Mr. Kendrick, Is one of the STYLES FOR ALL AGES
Louise Bassey, chairman of decorations Piano Tuner Here 'I few Negro piano tuners in MIami -
The Latest in Men' Fashions
of Orlando. and is perhaps the only Very
May 20: President's banquet, Ernest .L. Kendrick graduated blind piano tuner in Dade County SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
honoring the state presidentand from the Deaf and Blind and South Fla. He is the only I
all unlit presidents with School at St. Augustine, Fla., | Negro member of the Piano ITALIAN SHOES
the Chosen Twenty-five parti June 0, 1945. He graduated from Tuners and Repairers Guild No. 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami Floridaooooooa
cipating. Mrs. Louise Dupree New York State University ]I. 675 composed of 157 members, ,

Cocoa, 3rd vice-president, chair. with honors in 1D10', majoring' and is outstanding as a musician. ..,.. ............... ... -_.,, ..............
man' In Music and minoring in Commercial .
The Silver Anniversary Con. Business. I
ventlon will be well attendedby He then Journeyed to Iowa He attributes his success to
delegates and members of where he completed the courseat the Florida Council for the
the fifty-one units of the association Iowa Music Conservatory, Blind, to Mr. Ivan H. Harnewof STAR MEAT MARKET

from every section of majoring In music, organ, piano the Boulevard Piano Com-
Fla.All and fundamentals of music pany and his personal hard
meetings will be held in work.
beautiful, modern Fort Hester His favorite composers are Kendrick is a licensed piano I 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
ly Armory Auditorium on Howard George Gershwin, and Leonard tuner and repairer with honor
Ave., and Cass St. Park- Bernstein. His, foremost recent and dignity. He Is reliable and 11. 1l.
and facilities I I
ing transportation -
are convenient to conven- -- ---- ; THE MARKET WITHE COURTEOUS SERVICE

t tioneers. Industry Seeking'Grads
Registration will be at H. -.-
W. Blake High School, 1125 .
Spruce St. In Science Engineering Etc. Fresh
..'I Mrs. Bessie Dix of Tampa ,,, Meat-Low Prices
Unit No one is convention
chairman; Mrs. Alaine L. Wal- A news release from New
don, state president.A York this week states that
SOCIAL SECURITY qualified Negro college graduates
are being sought' this year
N by industry as never before.

+J Lc t : r E y The survey made by Business
y x Week Magazine indicates that a
very larlge number of industrial taste, beer pocket?" Come to Grade's

A. RYGI.ITRiD WITH T1IB MM OOVIHNMKNT recruiters have swarmed where you'll find like-new exclusive dresses,
over campuses to hunt out, talk
to and in. many cases hire Negro .- suits, skirts, blouses, shoes all originals $1 to $5
Do to you retire know that you don'thave graduates at top starting Mink, fox and other stoles and fur jackets $5 to $10.
completely get
social security benefitsYou salaries. Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen

may work and have earnings The search for outstanding dresses $1. Men's pure Italian silk suits. $3 and $5.

within certain limitations and Negroes. is a part of the hunt Blue serge suits $5. Sports jackets $2. Pants, shoes

still your re celve benefits either during all or partof the for able June graduates; but $1. Shirts 50c. Also linens, drapes, bedspreads and
many national concerns are other household items.
cater the
year. showing special interest in the to elite. Grace
and Mike will greet you personally.GRACE'S .
graduating Negro.
Briefly, you may receive all
of your benefit checks for the The general feeling is that industry THRIFT SHOP
a year If your total earnings: really wants the Negro -
from employment and or self- and that the recruitingrush 2512 NE 2nd Ave. FR 1-8372

employement does not exceeed isn't merely a desire to Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
$1200 for the year. If your earn provide "window dressing" to
ings are more than $1200, the head off civil rights forces -

amount of money that you may ............... .... ....... .... .... ........ ... ........................... ... ............
lose depends upon the amountof Howard University in Washington .
DECADE OF SERVICEAT earnings over $1200. For D. C., Fisk Univ., In SPEED
GULF OIL FOR DAN example, If your earnings are Nashville, Tenn., Prairie View QUEENNEW
KEAN was noted recently with over $1200 In a year you lose College and Texas Southern
the presentation of a ten-year one half of the first $500 you University all have reporteda 1964 MODELSSPEED
service award pin and certificate earn over the $1200, and dollar larger number of industrial
by Craig Thompson, Gulf'sdirector for dollar over $1700.If recruiters than they have had
of public relations. Mr. In
Kean, who started with Gulf you are receiving social security years. M '" OUEEN
in 1954 as a special representative benefits you must notify Top Negro graduates major- HEAVY
In the Marketing Department your local social seecurlty officeas Ing in science biology, physics, DUTY
was named a public relations soon as you know that your mathematics, chemistry and engineering
In this representative in 19G1. earnings for the year will Be are the main targetsof ,- WRINGER
capacity, he has been a I
national and International traveler I more than $1200. At that time the recruiters.In HEAVY WASHER
you should also advise the social -
for Gulf and
a frequent these fields DUTY
sartlng sala-
security district office of
visitor to outstanding
tions and civic meetings.conven-Dur your expected earnings for the ries run up to $675 a month AUTO 79.95

ing the next two months his year, as well as any months you with an average just under
itinerary will Include participation I earned over $100. This will en $600. These compare favorablywith $189.95 Uld up
at the National News able the Social Security Admin.
starting salaries
paper Publishers Association Istratlon to withhold the proper for all
convention in San Franciscoand amount of benefits based on graduates, regardless of color. aDd up Also Rebuilt Washers
The Links, Inc., gatheringin these estimated earnings. If Placement
Nassau.A you don't report promptly, directors said they All
your checks may have to be could get jobs for many more .."J. $69.95 up
native of Louisville, Ken- suspended to make up for the science and engineering grads EASY
tcuky Dan Kean attended Fisk TERMS
overpayment.For than they have available.
University and later received a
bachelor's and a master's degree detailed Information on REBUILT WASHERS
from the University of own situation visit tele OF OPA-LOCKA Inc.
your ,
i 5-1504
Michigan. He Is a top-ranking OASI-23, "If You Work
Senior player in the American I'' phone, or write your local social While your Get Social Security 1290 AH BaU ATenu Opa-Iocka, Fla.
Tennis Association security office and ask for Payments."
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.w THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Nashville Police Brutality Investigated "I f

} PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1964LET'S and "I
f' streets
dIe of downtown
Mayor Beverly B r i 1 e y Violent Coordinating Committee
has announced that Attorney (SNCC.) refused to budge.
General Robert F. Kennedy has I
launched an investigation Into Charges of "brutality" were Briley said the demonstrators
TALK POLITICS "police brutality" In Nashville, I I I made by demonstrators who were "111 advised" and that I
Tenn., where officers prodded were routed by dull-swinging Kennedy was "not only Investi- I
and dragged 300 civil rights demonstrators police Monday, and Tuesday, gating the so-called brutalities,

Dy NORMAN E. JONIlIS'U"taaical Wednesday. from the streets I I when they sat down In the mid but what brought. them about." 1 r,

Backgonnd of the Negro in Politics the Church rI
This was the first mass demonstration -
and Fraternal Organizations In Nashville In a I

.. P"'I'Ih - - - - ----- year, and It lasted three days.
Twenty-five persons, Includ-
CHAPTER SIXTEEN obligation to the "people" as seven policemen, were Injured I'I I
they feel the only way they during the violence accom-
t THE ECONOMICS OP won was because they had panying the demonstrations.On I

;; \}, POLITICAL CAMPAIGNING\ paign"plenty funds"of money and owe in the their cam-allegiance Wednesday, police Jailed

" The "Siamese Twins" of politics to the interests who about 50 demonstrators Including !
) and campaigning are never made these contributions.If John Lewis, 24, national

: t! plainly visible to the general the voters would use this I chairman of the Student Non-

b I L public than during campaignsfor method of voting for the can- '" "...
major elective offices when didates, then very soon the
millions of dollars are raised elected officers could serve the Willie LoureneHopkins'
by the candidates to finance best Interests of the people In-
their respective campaigns.It stead of the best Interest of '
the "Big campaign contributors. FREE DgLiVCRY DRUG
Is generally assumed, for "
good reasons, that the candi- TV Repair Sh op Harold Jollivette, Manager II
date with the biggest campaignfund This system Is not as much : II
has the best chance of the fault of the candidate as It I RADIOS AND HI-FI'S 6750 NW 15th AVenue Phone 691-6651 \II1\1
winning, and for like reason, Is the electorate after all, on
the candidate with little finan- election day It is people who AND YOUR FAVORITE -CODE --- -- -
cial 'backing has the poorestor go Into the voting booth and
no chance to win, all of this pull the lever and not a bag of RECORDS
regardless of the qualifications money. 5001 NW 22nd Ave. Lincoln Fields Apartments I
of the candidates.This II
The only way to get repre- Free pick up and delivery I
would be alright, I suppose sentative democratic govern- 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
!!! If this money came strictly ment, dedicated to serve the Service Calls $1.50
from 'private sources but interests of the people is to de- .
such ds not the case, as It all emphasize "Campaign Funds" Phone:
comes from the tax payers and "campaign contributors"by 6349484 634-9672 Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments
eventually In the form of always voting for the candi- or Offering Many Feature

"political favors," to the con- date with smallest campaign -....""'"" ........ .... -- -....----
tributors from the winning fund. Then and only then will FREE GAS
candidate. when this would not government return to the people .....- J1
be so bad if the "payoff" was where It Is supposed to be. Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove
on a dolllar for dollar basis FOR RENT Newly Painted Venetian BlindsWashing
even with a 1 legal I six percent
interest thrown In but such Is N.w 3-bedroom house Machine* Laundry Rooms

far from the case. Hosts To TeaMrs. NORTH MIAMI BEACH Free Parking Auto hot water reater.

It Is no secret that the 'large and
Rosa Lee Tolbert Free Garbage Disposal Filtered water
Interest' contribute to more Mrs.. Annie Gibson were host toa Deposit RequiredMICKINS I
than one candidate in fact the tea Sunday, April 19, at the RENTAL CARETAKERS ON PREMISES
usual practice is to contributeto home of Mr. and Mrs. John Tol- I
all of the <'strong'< candidateswho bert, 7030 NW 12th Ave. Mrs. AGENCY
have any possible chanceof Tolbert and Mrs. Gibson wantto .
winning and by 'gentleman's thank all Mt. Carmel members NE
agreement' those large contri- who took part. Special 40500lath Weekly Rates
butors representing vested Interests thanks to our friends of Greater -
are rated in the 'politi! Bethel AME, First Born f j-tj-ij\j\f\j\s\j\j\r\s\r\t'if v '*''ii 'i t $14.50 1-bedVoom $18.50 2-bedroom Apt.

cal payoffs' from the successful Church, New Mt. Morlah, A Classified Ad Will Pay
candidate on the basis of Grace Presbyterian, Mt. Carmel, Renting Office open every day Phon. OX 1-8862
their contributions to alt can- Israel Bethel Primitive Baptist. Off in Big Dividend
didates to his opponents as well Seven Day Adventist. A cake
as himself and the expected returns was donated by the Church of
are not based on a mod- Incarnation. Mrs.: W M. Davis
est six percent but runs usually was the speaker of the evening. For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call I
from 200
percent tb 2000 percentor
In behalf of our pastor Rev. I
more. D. A Bradley, we were glad to I

Then there !Is the usual accepted have you.Carver. I
understanding that win I
Y tAl i
or lose the candidates keep a : ,BONDED t I :
cut of the campaign funds for Coach on I
himself as a Justifiable paymentfor ( \ I
the time and trouble and
possible loss of Income while Grid Clinic FacultyThree o I
he is campaigning, so regardless :H RENTAL I
of the outcome of the persons have been ad- I
campaign, everybody I h cover- ed to the faculty of the FloridaA I
ed but the taxpayer, of course, and M University Footballand I
who eventually foots the entire Basketball Coaching Clinicto I

bill. be held here June 15-19. : AGENCY INC. I I

Of course, to keep the taxpav Clinic director Jake Gaither I
era from squawking so muchhe announced that coaches Milt I
Is pacified and blinded by Bruhn of Wisconsin and Nathaniel I
being permitted to campaign "Traz" Powell of Car- S T The largest collection and rental l I

for the respective candidates ver High, Miami, have been added I
shake their hands, post and to the football faculty lie in the South operating in I
out campaign literature .
pass also announced the naming of agency ; I
even drink a of coffee r
cup or a
I Garland Plnholster of Ogle- I
cocktail In the presence of candidates thorpe University as clinicianfor Dade and Broward Countiea'I I
the few tax payers the basketball section. I I
who pet a cun of coffee a cocktail -
and sandwich are actually The football section will be Negro Housing areas. I
paying probably a couple of held from Monday, June 15, to
hundred dollars for a cup of noon Thursday, June 18. The President
coffee or warm martini, whichis
section Thurs
basketbhll begins
HARTH, General Manager
a high even in these
afternoon and ends Fri
day ,
days of Inflation, day at noon.Painting. MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

Since! the winning candidate 'I' ,I. . . . . '1 10000 HOUSING UNITS' )
I h alwavs the guys with the
biggest bankroll, regardless of Contractor Bonded also has employment service at main office 'i
qualification It would be even
more fair and certainly a whole 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue '!

lot chaeaoer for the taxpayersto WARNER HINES A fall time public relation Dept. to assist yon In salving yetor problem.
elect the candidate with the
smallest bankroll, regardless of Plum a fleet of cam firing door to door service for tenant convenience

qualifications.This Oa nights and Sundays for emergency service: call PL 0-8733

is the only way for the
taxpayers to save money out of 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9.8733 I
and stop the "po
their litical pockets nay offs" on such a grand Vandalism done by a few to expensive to alL Please help us stop this i

scale. It Is only logical that the unnecessary evil C. A. I*, Public Relations '
candidate receiving,: the smallest -
amount of money would be v C. A. Lockaart, Director .
obligated to fewer people on a 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO 6BRVB YOU I

smaller scale when he Is the elect taxpayers lltt N.W. 3rd AT. ._ FR .-..... 17915 Homestead Are.107S I{
ed and thus would save
millions of dollars jbte- Licensed and Insured N.W. Mad 8C OX ..MeT Prrlns ______._...._ CB 5-36M ;,1 I
cause he would be obligated to I0lt Hammoadrflle Rd. ':[
de- SMI Oramd AT*. HI MStl '
to lesser
fewer people a Pompano __.. ..w.._ WB 3.616
By City and County 4S40 N.W. Stth' Aver 101 I..WS
grTJie "poorest" candidate *14MBB IV.W. .ad AT*.

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obligated to the taxpayers and MM N. W. and Ct. .... ,.. FB lass
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY MAY; 9 1964 Mother's Day I L
Sunday, May 10, is 'an important day for everybody. '
It is Mother's\ Day. We observe it even /though our mothers

might have passed to the Great Beyond.As By FRANCES HENDERSON Z

is well known, the founder of Mother's (Day is .... "L,............ "L ........44.4.4.-l4.'{4,.",, '

Miss Anna Jarvis of Pennsylvania She inaugurated the Tins WEEK AT T1t1
movement on the anniversary of her own mother's deathin CAPITALSoma

H. E. 8IGISMUND' REEVES, Editor and Publisher 1906. real entertainment awaits
GARTH C. REEVES. Managing Editor I The day has been dedicated by the late President all of us ,
Woodrow Wilson to the of mothers who are dead
Member of the National Newspapers Publishers Association memory personalities will op-
and to the thought of mothers who are alive. pear Famous in a sensational stage
'ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $8.00 The, observance is national in this country, and is show. WMBM's Saturday Big and Show Sunday onstage

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1027 at'the Post Offlo' ; observed in many other countries. with SAW: and DAVE, WILD
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1870 MAN STEVE, CLYDE McPlIATEtt -
Main Office at 6740 N.W. 15th/ Avenue-Phone OX 1-0421 Metro Gets Hospital PropertyPlans THE LADDINS, TANYA
Downto-rn Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone PR 3-2236 for building a three-story, 102-room hotel on HOVE, JIMMIE RAYS, and a. .
Orchestra. A showIng
a six-lot site, between NW 15th and 17th, streets on 11th Hootenanny cannot:afford to 'miss.
Ave. have been scrapped.The Saturday 3:45: / 7 0:43: p.m.
PRESS believes that America can best lead ttoworld .
from racial and national antagonism when it accords to property was obtained from the City Commis- The Capital opens at NOON ""
very man regardless or race, creed or color his human and sion in 1963 for a consideration of $135,483 by its owner, on Saturday. Adults and stu-
legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-the Negro Press Good Samaritan Inns, Inc. dents 160. Children! under 12
.ue uam n amp jaipq "1JJ M* ul uuiu faa\ dpi[ | oj S9AJ.I.' 50 cents. Stage; Showing Sun-
"wirt as long as anyone In held back. On Tuesday of ithis week our Metro Commission acquired day 1:50: 4:45: 8:00: and 10:50:
it at a cost of $170,930. The' company made $35- p.mOn the screen Saturdayand
HIGH DID IT 447 on the deal' made five months ago. Sunday at the Capital "SON
The will be of the OF CAPTAIN
held for the
Well, they said it could not be done l But it was done property Color. First "showing In Miamiof
by Mayor Robert King High, at Miamian of whom we Jackson Memorial\ Hospital. "LAW OF TilE LAWLESS,"
Good Samaritan Inns, Inc,, sold because Metro was :Monday thru' Thursday A new
should all be proud; 'even those who were afraid to get Western.AT .
about to start condemnation proceedings. action
on the High bandwagon in the Primary on Tuesday.Yes .

Mayor High in win- I Now showing thru Tuesday
ning second place, did so r Greater BethelRefute's Th:" Academy Award Winner,
Year's; Bet Actor Sidney" Pol-
against four tough contes-
Holland'sStatement tier r: ;,"L1LLIE8'rfF! ; THE
tants; the odds were against b 9 FIELD. In on unforgettable
-' him. He' fought a good N ofEndorsement entertainment exp<<*"J, noo. Mr.
bf fight and was rewarded. -4 : Sidney Poltier, well known in
When The Miami Times wy' "
endorsed Mayor High, we s u. The pastor, officers and mem Remember this Is tho second
him hers of Greater Bethel AME showing at the Center of "Lillles
did not expect to get "
of The Field.<
Church herewith make this pub.
first place. Honestly we felt lie statement. That the article
it would be. Dickinson and which apneared In The Spes-
High, and we figured High sard L. Holland Bulletin No. Mother's Day Tea at
two "Facts on Issues"-South I
had a chance of winning in
Florida Edition: Mt. Zion'Choir
; the runoff. "n}-I l4ET HOLLAND""The
s, S, Mayor Haydon Burns 4WAME's influential Miami Greater No. two of the Mt.
: of Jacksonville gave us a Bethel Church is supporting Zion Baptist Church Invites you
Senator Holland and the Rev.S. to Its annual Musical Tribute to
with such
surprise a large A. Cousin Is working actively Mothers Sunday afternoon,
I plurality on his behalf. The Metho- Mother's Day In the basementof
However, in congratulating dist group 1 Is composed; of more the church, 301 NW 9th St.
than 700 Negro Ministers and Time 4-6 p.m. A most pleasantand
Mayor High and Dade County, we now look forwardto has membership of 20,000 persons inspiring program has peen
"D-Day" May 26. ," Is grossly erroneous and planned for your enjoyment..
We are making bold to say that Mayor High has a News that the pastor and the members Pay tribute to your mother,

good chance, of winning, even though Mayor Burns is out DirectorDon of not Greater supported Bethel or AME endorsed have Sunday afternoon at Mt. Zion.

front 'by 100,000 votes. Jordon, news director of Spessard L. Holland or any oth Mrs. Odaree Jenkins and
1 Radio Station WAME, addressed er candidate.We Mrs. Bea Jenkins; co chairmen -
1I'I His success of course is up to Dade County. If our the six grade classes of-
voters want to see Miami in the political limelight, with Liberty City Elementary School feel that attempt has been Rev. Edward T. Graham,
a native son; (her first) as governor of the state, they can last Friday, during the courseof stitutional made here to violate our con- minister
rights. This
matter Is .
do it. If the votes cast in Dade County for the four defeated their study of transportation, l being: turned over to proper ----------------.-.----
candidates are'poUed for Mayor High, ,his chance' radio Industry, and the Its growthof in authority,, for further investiga Your silent salesmanA

is very good.. He should certainly get more votes in other fluence on the growth of Ameri tion.Greater
counties that supported ,him than he did in the primary.Let ca. Bethel AME Church classified ad!
Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor ---..-....-- -
us all pull together 'to elect Mayor High as gov- -- UJLfLnJu1iwiiiJinJw-

ernor of Florida' Jacksonville wants the governorship.We ;
want it too. Let's elect Robert King High governor of

the State of Florida, ,
It matters not whom you voted for in the Primary' -,'

On May 26, vote for HIGH. :

It's a pity we have so many so-called political organ- THANK YOUfor
izations or clubs. Naturally and, happily so, we live in a H
free area; but let us not forget that in unity there is

strength. May 26 is a day when Negroes: at least, should -

put on their thinking caps. Think HIGH.

It's difficult for us to see any Negroes supporting your vote and support. We
:Mayor Bums who does not hesitate in declaring, that he is are only

diametrically opposed to the Civil Rights Bill.

In :the primary we had many winners. Some we rec-
ommended will be in the runoff.

Last, but not least we commend the show of Negro half done. Now let's finish the job.
strength at the polls Tuesday.On .

May 26 let us hope 'every Negro voter will cam ,
his or her vote. "A voteless people are, a hopeless people." j ". ''

i .t Methodists DisagreeThe .e Reelect, Your .Friend,' ':'J fi:', .

Methodist 'Church held its quadrennial meeting "

in Pittsburgh lat week. One of the important issues was ...
segregation in the churches. The conference sought set

tling that matter and recommended a plan that would
transfer over the next four years of the church's central Judge W. R. "Bill"CULBREATH

jurisdiction, which represents 375,000 Negroes into five
other jurisdictions which are drawn on geographical
lines. ,

However, 1,300 Methodists did not agree with this
\ change, and they put on a demonstration, stating that
their church's stand on integration is not positive enough.At .
'two of Pittsburgh's downtown churches they had

an all-night ,vigil of prayers, sermons ,and hymn singing,
There were white, and Negro laymen and ministers. They
went to the Civic Arena where the conference was meet-

jng. Kneeling on /the sidewalks- with hands joined, they

quietly sang hymns.. ,'.
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a.WE slghtsaving teacher of Win- SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1964 PAGE 5

ston-Salem, N.C., was named
a National Teacher of the Year
for Partially Seeing Children Thomas-Gray Get The Facts on
I Mrs. Revels received the awardat
I y a 'banquet on Miami Beach Wedding: Urban RenewalAre
Thursday evening, May 7. We
are proud of you, Mrs. Revels. Miss Juanita Emily Gray, you moving 7 ? Do you I
1 daughter of Mrs. Hester Gray know the true facts of Urban
Ii I I I Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Ridley and the late A. Gray, and renewal?
.. REGRET the error of Mrs. Johnson will be crowned "Miss wish to thank all who helped George Thomas were married I
j a Albertha Williams'\ name being North Dade" on Friday even- make their daughter's stay at Saturday evening, April 25 ((1)) What are your rights. (2))
;( left out of the Orioles Club's Ing at the Coronation Ball the Christian Hospital a pleas- at Temple Baptist Church The When do you have rights. (3)) I
i "Thanks" in our May 2 issue. ant one. Her principal, Mrs. E. Where can you move. ((4)) Why
I MAY Is "Bfental Health double-ring ceremony was per
Mrs. Williams is the club's sick should move ((5)) How
G. Primus and the James W you
Month". Mental illness Is sure- formed by the' Rev L. A.
treasurer. Johnson Family, ACE, and the should accept money;, come out
and health .
pressing complex Thompson.The '
to Booker 1, Washington High
in and out town friends.
MEMBERS: of the Juno and problems. Are you aware of bride was given In mar- School May 14, 8 p.m., and get
Summer Classes of 1914 of the the fact that 1 out of every 10 Mrs. Elnora Dean Is recuper riage by her brother, Welling the facts. !
Booker T. Washington High persons today will have some her home 112 I
ating at family's ton Gray. Other members of
.. .. .. .
School are asked to meet at sort of emotional dlstrubance -- ----------- -
SW 12th Ave., Delray Beach.
the Atlanta Life Insurance Co. during their lifetime? Since the party were Mrs. Eva M.
office Saturday at 8 p.m. Plans May is Mental Health Month It I j ON THIS SUNDAY we're nil Allen, Miss Susan Fergusonand Happy Mother's I
for our 2nd re-union Is the is an especially approplate time ., remembering our mothers and Moses Moore ,I II
Business of the evening. Make for us to promote better men- the thoughtful things they've After the ceremony, an elabo Day .
\ this meeting a must. Calvin C. tal health in our everydaylife. done. rate reception was held at the
I Marks, president. (Dedicated to all Mother)
i I I Their Interest in our happi- home of the bride's sister, Mrs.

MIAMI'S: NINETY-TWO deb- MAY 5-12 is National Music ness, I B. Bryant, where a large numb For the many thoughtful things
untantes made their bow last Week. Every day and age has And the understanding too- i her of friends were In. attendance you do
Saturday evening at an elab- and its music for living and We hope that this Mother's Day God bless you richly, Mothers
( orate Cotillion. Our congratulations working and playing together. will be the kind that you'll And grant you joy and, hearts
to these lovely Music truly reflects what back content I
I young look on as a happy memory -
?,. ladles and a round of ap- .people think and feel. I I' Nurses to MeetThe From one day to another. I
ji ,plauses for, the Deltas who HAPPY BIRTHDAY to: Ruby .TED HARPER I
sponsored the presentation HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY. licensed Practical Nurses
ball. Shelley, Matiltta Johnson, Bessie .. .. Club will meet at the home of ____._.._._.___________. I
Dennis, Margarette, Sim- ..., -
t - the President Mrs. Johnson

ROLAND and PEARL DONA. Orr mons, ,John Dorothy Dlllard Evans, Howard Gloria Your Silent Salesman A 5320 NW 30 PI, Sunday, May 10, Best Method to Sell!
THAN, along with their children at 5 1 p.m. Business of importance. -
Coachman and James Cham-
n: forsook their home in Nassau bers. Miami Times' daisied Ad This will be the last meetIng A Classified Ad!
to spend. '1st weekend in I until Sept.
Miami They weVe':guests att'the l: .... I ..I''' ..... 1-:,. ... ", ... )' ". 1.r Blscayne Terrace.
.... s.'. 'S,' yr, '
10dt ,
'of '
: GARY RANGE celebrated : "' -\
his birthday on Sunday. Dur- ir fr'f',fI"t., l. '". ,', "' .
: ; ."" .,1" ; ....
ing the afternoon, Gary was
,' host to numerous friends at his .

C' beautiful and spacious home. 55 J

1" FRIENDS OF Mrs. RUTH ,....
CULMER, school marm at WIt.
j. BTW are delighted to know that as4
f. she is now at home and feeling
better daily.
HMVI weal equlJ"
HOPE YOU WERE aa ples-
antly surprise as I that our

own Mayor High made the Florida's First 100% Integrated Bank
t,, run-off for governor. Here's
I our big chance. Be sure to get I
out and vote on the 26th, withan
all out effort we can put


KX54 Silver Knight, nominees.The ,
following seniors were an
'\'', nounced on.. last Sunday as
.J. nominees by the time you
read this column I am hoping
.. some will have been awarded ,
Silver Knights: Thomas Gar- '
vin of Carve* High, in the 6013 N.W. SEVENTH AVENUE MIAMI* FLORIDA PHONK 759-1131: >

4 field of English and literature; IN THE EDISON FINANCIAL CENTER
"; ', Jo McMillan of BTW in foreign
language; Barbara Drown
Mays, mathematics; EdwardCohen w

Mays, science; Harold NOWOPEN
Payne, Mays, social science;
Michael Abrams, BTW and
01'' Theodore Johnson, Carver, in
arts; Bobby Reid, Mays, journalism w
Sandra Fox, Northwestern ntr h rwrlan Jrf
wa Frederick Hunt, Car S. vxb, S
ver and Theresa Lewis BTW. Freak M. BvcbmranProaJdent Garth C. Ritvtt
music; Patricia Kelly, DTW andGladys Director Chairman' of the Board
Perry, North Dade Partner Criilin-ledtstter. ', y, ', $ ,, It Dlr.ctor r
speech and drama, and Ro- Buchanan Insurance; y t Managing/ Editor n
land Daniels Carver, Shirley Chairman of Miami TImes '"
Oliver, Mays and Paul Wyche, Exocutlva Committee
Curley, citizenship. Roosevelt Savlnn t Loan ; DIRECTORS
AttOclaUon ,
\ ;
AME MINISTERS are hold- y ?
,. Ing their National 37th Quad- f. llshtp Dlroctor W. F. loll, Sr.
rennial General Conference in OPPICBRSDwrhL
African Methodist Episcopal
Cincinnati. Miamians
Many Church(Florida Dlocatt;
are in attendance. Chairman
9 Staff**, Sr. of Trusties of
DR. CLAUDE COWAN, ophthalmologist EM ssMlw Vto .........st Edward Board Watari College ,
of Washington, Pratldant
,D.C., spent a few hours with Miami Chaptar AIB; FULL SERVICE BANKING H.L. Crtf.ry r
,/his friends, Mr. and Mrs. Na- State MrartorNABACJ Director
'thaniel Davis (Hazel). Dr. Co- FOR ALL THE PEOPLE Partn.r-South.rn
wan, a member of the staff of Underwriters, Inc.;
Howard University, was en- I Insurance Executive
4 route to British Honduras hi 0.lrew>, M.D.) Checking' accounts 0 I"UJhome Improve -
where "he will conduct an eye Vie PreeMeirt A DirectorOpbUutaolofiat Gt E.JIH
clink during the month of May. ; regular and special went loan" Dlroctor
Via CtakMM: of CORE) President-Johnson
OUR SYMPATHY to. the o Savings uccouatMChrifttmaa 0 Uu.llle" loans Products Co.,Chicago, III.Artfcav .
family of Mrs. Elizabeth Bethell! \
Williams In the loss of their Club Traveler checks M..L.wlll
aunt, Mrs. Garcia., Uajb JL M4,Jr. Director i
k Vie rreaMent*Coaliler. 0 Cur loan Having bond Co-Owner J> Executive
GET WELL wishes to Mrs. Tidrtyr-fM yarn Seville Hotel
Grace Robinson and Mrs. Cor- olBesCgdena 0 Installment. loan e Jlunk. -l y-ninil
nelia Glenn. IrwIN ai lt....wItz

in Macon, Ga. where she attended Class CompanyStMfM
rela- Monday TiMMtday Wednesday: 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
the funeral of a La.i TnIster
VIce>....Met a Director D. Sasses
tive.MRS. ......-orr.Tnlder. Cloned Thursday, to serve you better on the weekend Director Chairman"
IDA BATCLIFPE A Kaplan,Liwytrs of Uio executive Committee
principal of Brownsville Jr. HI President Orcam.Hones Friday: 9:30: a.m. to 2:00: p.m. and 3:00: to 8:00 p.m. Chairman of the
School was speaker at the BsdiNq.. Corp. I Committee on Education
;SJxth Annual Fellowship Hour Saturday: hOO a.m. to Noon of the rtor Ma Coundl of 100

:sponsored by the Episcopal ;
Church Women of the IncaraaUoit Come in get acquainted!
....,. Orr MM ,. Orr Jr.
Mrs. Frazier Bradley is AseJetoert Coettler General' C uiol
president of ECW. Mrs. Levi Director Chairman of the Board

a. Johnson th! 'affair.served as chairman of I -.1: Lean Enoithw FULL SERVICE BANKING,'- FOR ALL THE PEOPLE Roosavell Savings A LoanAssociation ,

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Orange Juice
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t HUMPHREY AT STATE MEETFlorida WANTED! Men, Women, all ages

State Teachers Association Free placement, full or part time, steady

delegates and visitors
experienced a "first" here rely '
as U. S. Senator Hubert H.
Humphrey (D-Mlnn.) addressed Jobs OpenGrocery
the group via telephone
hookup from Washington, D.C. :
His address followed the presentation :
of a citation by the i Checkers, 'Cashiers, Stockmen
FSTA to him for his outstand-.!
ing work in "recognition of hu Packers, Clerks, SupervisorsGUARANTEED
man dignity and understand 1'e to

ij ing.Senator" Humphrey, leader of a On tho Job Government Approved Training

the fight to pass the controversial Qualifies in ten for work in Miami
civil rights bill, said in his you days ready ,
address to the delegates asembly Hialeah, Perrine, Coconut Grove, Hallandale

that 19C4 would be recordedin Homestead, Hollywood, Opa-Iocka
history as the year of civil


Predicting with optimismthat Apply immediately in person or phone
the bill will pass inspite -
of the Southern filibuster, he Left to right Rutledge Pearson I I I phrey. Others cited were Atty. PLaza 7.8448
pointed out that ignorance President Florida NAACP, Constance Motley, Associate
breeds hatred and prejudice Dr. John W. Davis, Director General Counsel, NAACP and
which in turn fosters povertyand Teacher Information and Security Dr. Robert Hayllng of St. Au- Market Training Inst.

want. NAACP, Father Theodore gustine Florida, Citations were

"If we are to maintain self Gibson, Past President Florida in recognition of outstanding
respect throughout the civilized I contributions in the fight for
County School Board Member, '
world, we must practice at who accepted Citation In behalf Human Dignity and Understand Members of U. S. and Miami Chamber of Commerce
home the tenets we preach
of Senator Hubert Hum- ing.
abroad. Civil. rights for all persons
regardless of race, color, '
creed or religious origin is vital dent-elect; Mrs. Rudy Gainer, NW7thAve.at78thSt.WARNING
ly important. We must pass ger FSTA. Attaining these goals Pensacola, vice president, and .
this bill if we expect, to remaina will mean the strengthening of Mrs. Vivian Boston, Orlando,
both which will
leader in the free world. Wte treasurer. Miss O. B. Mclin, St.
to into effect a
permit us put
must have a strong bill If we stronger and better educational Peterburg, is the current presl- Don't bo fooled. In skims you have only

are to realize peace and pro- program for all students, teachers dent. ONE Cashiering School Approved by Govt. and Chamber
sperity in the world of today
and tomorrow." he declared. "and administrative person- St. Petersburg's Alvie A. of Commerce. Market Training at NW 7th Ave. and 78th St.
... Gibbs Sr. High assistant
The noted Minnesota senator
Speaking In the same vein, took the gavel from CecilW.
and was unable Democratic to accept majority the whip cita- Dr. Gilbert L. Porter said, FSTA executive Boston, Orlando. Your silent salesmanA classified ad!
secretary, as longas
tion in person because of his there is a single county in
pressing duties as civil rights discrimination
the state prat Icing -
bill floor manager in the Dation's In their school system, the

capital. total abolishment of the FSTA ..
Keynoter for the Awards will not serve the best interestsof
education in the state.
Night program was Dr. Oscar
Handlin, director, the Center On the state level, FSTA delegates ..'}, (\\" 'I..
for the Study of the History of elected Mrs. Marion W.

Liberty at Harvard University. Shannon, former recording
Using the theme, "The Price of
secretary] as
Prejudice," the noted Winthrop ft. \,
I and Mrs. Christine Knowles, "
History professor declared:
Tallahassee, recording secre- ...
"Prejudice has it roots deep tary. Mrs. Shannon, a long time

ly embedded in economics, the FSTA official, is the third wo-
fear of competition. This is adverse
to the ideals of our man to be elected to this covet

American heritage. Our Con- ed post. The two previous female -
stitution (guarantees that the presidents were Mrs. Irene
right of the individual will not Straughter and the late Dr.

be abridged because he is a Mary McLeod Bethune. Both
member of a minority. It fur-
the president-elect and Mrs.
ther assures us that qualifications -
and that alone should and Straughter are Magic City resi .
bf "1
must determine who fills what dents. e V9.v
The FSTA's strongest unit,
Others cited for outstanding the Department of Classroom
achievement In human relations Teachers, named Mrs. Irma
were New York State
Allen Fort Lauderdale, preslHINCR -
Senator Constance Baker Mot- \
ley, NAACP associate counsel; ,- ,. ,
Dr. Robert Hayllng, St. Augur
stine dentist and leader of the 104 : A'?
intergratlon movement in that For Quality Building I
city; Dr. John W. Davis, New
York, NAACP Teacher Information
and Security director, Rut- PL

ledge H. Pearson, Jacksonville,
NAACP state president, and the Unu ofi / ,
Rev. Father Theodore Gibson,
Miami Episcopal minister and w+. H 5.r.ya

civil rights leader.In Spy -
another move the FSTA '
voted to accept the Integrationterms LIKE AN '
of the Florida Education

Association but not lose its LOT OWNERS! ,r
identity as a distinct autonomous electric
group. The FEA, also w. plan, (vide and aclyt" gift
meeing here voted to delete the
Your plan or our
word "white" from its contitu-

tlon which paved the way for Custom Built Horn* Whatever your gift-giving occasion, operate. The last word In style and

the merger. Attractive Addition crown:: it with an Electric Gift Always beauty.

"We are strongly In favor of in good taste.Always popular, A really special gift for someone

integration not at the cost with of the the FEA disinte-but Quality Alteration practical,preferred and appreciated. special keeps on giving all year

gration of the FSTA," stated Good bank financial I Things new and bright and the 'round. What's more, you'll find

Alvie A. Benton, president of price is right. Designed for modern shopping for Electric Gifts tho easl

the organization. "In this our {31? Florida Livfng. ..to make work eat shopping ever.Dozens to choose I
75th anniversary year, we are
on the threshhold of achievements aoa(!! (!)((3u. 4 lighter and entertaining brighter. from...just stop in at your favorite ,

for which many In the Clean, ffflcfapfr and economical to store. .
profession have dedicated their .... I....... .. .: : ;1
lives. For FSTA to lose Its .
Identity now would be a gross M N.E. 7.tli Jte..tOur th\ tk1itf1glIlIl'! "
of trust to them. ..
C ...AND .,n./r/Ne, '0011 J
"My term of office will be dedicated )
to the twin goals of developing Classified Ads FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY .

a closer relationshipwith SELL ANYTHING ., ,
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Folger's I Coffee Ib 49c FLA. GRADE' 'A Small
WITH $S.00 ORDER OR MORE (Limit 3 Doz.)
Orange Juice
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Cream Pies 29c MANOR HOUSE
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HUMPHREY AT STATE MEETFlorida WANTED! Men, Women, all ages

Florida State Teachers AssocIation Free placement, full or part time, steady

delegates and visitors
experienced a "first" here 'rely -
as U. S. Senator Hubert II
Humphrey (D-Mlnn.) addressed Jobs OpenGrocery
the group via telephone
hookup from Washington, D.C.
His address followed the pre-
sentation of a citation by the Checkers, 'Cashiers, Stockmen
FSTA to him for his outstand-
ing work in "recognition of hu Packers, Clerks, SupervisorsGUARANTEED
man dignity and understanding. -
." r

r Senator Humphrey, leader of On the Job Government Approved Training

; "is p: / sial the fight civil rights to pass bill the, said controver-in his Qualifies you in ten days ready for work in Miami,

address to the delegates asembly Hialeah, Perrine, Coconut Grove, Hallandale
that 1964 would be recordedin Homestead, Hollywood, Opa-locka
history as the year of civil


Predicting with optimismthat Apply immediately in person or phone
the bill will pass inspite -
of the Southern filibuster, he Left to right Rutledge Pear-' phrey. Others cited were At y. PLaza 7.8448
I pointed out that ignorance son, President Florida NAACP, Constance Motley, Associate
breeds hatred and prejudice Dr. John W. Davis, Director General Counsel, NAACP and
which In turn fosters povertyand Teacher Information and Secu Dr. Robert Hayllng of St. Au- Market Training Inst.
want. rity NAACP, Father Theodore gustine Florida, Citations were
Gibson, Past President Florida In recognition of
"If we are to maintain self outstanding
respect throughout the civilized contributions In the fight for
County School Board Member,
home world the, we tenets must practice preach at who accepted Citation In behalf Human Dignity and Understand. Members of U. S. and Miami Chamber of Commerce
of Senator Hubert Hum- ing.
abroad. Civil rights for all persons

ly creed.Important.or regardless religious We of origin must race Is color.vital pass ger FSTA. Attaining these goals .Pensacola dent-elect,; vice Mrs. president Rudy Gainer and, NW 7th Ave. at 78th St.

this bill if we expect, to remaina will mean the strenghtening of Mrs. Vivian Boston, Orlando,
both organizations which will
leader in the free world. Wte treasurer. Miss O. B. Mclin, St.
permit us to put into effect a
must have a strong bill if we stronger and better educational Peterburg, Is the current president WARNING Don't l>o fooled. In Miami you have only
are to realize peace and pro- program for all students, teach ONE Cashiering School Approved by Govt. and Chamber
sperity in the world of today
and tomorrow." he declared. ers."and administrative personnel St. Petersburg's Alvio A. J of Commerce. Market Training at NW 7th Ave. and 78th St.

Gibbs Sr. assistant
High princi-
The noted Minnesota senator
Speaking In the same vein, pal, took the gavel from Cecil
and Democratic, whip '
was unable to accept the cita- Dr. Gilbert L. Porter said, FSTA exe W. Boston, Orlando. Your silent salesmanA classified ad!
cutive secretary, as longas
tion in person because of his
there Is a single county
pressing duties as civil rights discrimination
the state pratlcing -
bill floor manager In the nation's in their school system, the
capital. total abolishment of the FSTA .
Keynoter for the Awards will not serve the best interests
Night program was Dr. Oscar of education in the state. .

Handlin, director, the Centes On the state level, FSTA delegates ""' ":,'1.' \I<. "1:' \
for the Study of the History of elected Mrs. Marion W.
Liberty at Harvard University. Shannon, former recording
Using the theme, "The Price of '
secretary: as president-elect,
Prejudice," the noted Winthrop ,, \
and Mrs. Christine Knowles, 11r,aw I'IIi'
History professor declared:
Tallahassee, recording secre- ...
"Prejudice has It roots deeply tary. Mrs. Shannon, a long time
embedded In economics the FSTA official, Is the third wo- -
fear of competition. This is ad 1
verse to the Ideals of our man to l be elected to this covet- 1'F
American heritage. Our Constitution ed post. The two previous female -
(guarantees that the presidents were Mrs. Irene
right of the Individual will not Straughter and the late Dr.
be abridged because he is a Mary McLeod Bethune. Both !
member of a minority. It fur- the president-elect and Mrs.
ther assures us that qualifica-
tions and that alone should and Straughter are Magic City resi 2
must determine who fills what dents. _

positions." The FSTA's strongest unit, __ _
Others cited for outstanding the Department of Classroom .y
achievement in human relations Teachers, named Mrs. Irma
were New York State
Senator Constance Baker Motley Allen, Fort Lauderdale, presi- \ k. C l'i
Ir r5 :
NAACP associate counsel; { 4F t
Dr. Robert Hayllng, St. Augu-
stine dentist and leader of the HINCTC INS '

intergratlon movement in that For Quality Building j
city; Dr. John W. Davis, New rar
York, NAACP Teacher Informa-
tion and Security director, Rut- PL 1-3604

ledge H. Pearson, Jacksonville,
NAACP state president, and the (JUUnu xuClly
Rev. Father Theodore Gibson '
Miami Episcopal minister and
civil rights leader.In .
another move the FSTA
voted to accept the Integrationterms LIKE AN )
of the Florida Education

Association identity as a but distinct not lose autono-Its LOT OWNERS 1 electric r.

mous group. The FEA, also w. pUn, gvlda and adyl. gift
meeing here voted to delete the
Your plan or onra
word "white" from its contltu-

tion which paved the way for Custom Built Hom.s Whatever your gift-giving occasion, operate.The last word in style and

the .merger. Attractive Addition crown it with an Electric Gift. Always beauty.;

"We are strongly in flavor of in good taste.Always popular, A realty special gift for someone)
with the FEA but Alteration
Integration not at the cost of the disinte- Quality I practical, preferred and appreciated pedal keeps on giving aU year
gration of the FSTA," stated Good bank financing Thing new and bright and tho 'round. What's more, you'll find

Alvie A. Benton, president of price Is right.Designed for modern chopping Electric Gifts the easiest .
the organization. "In this our V t E 7aoaor Florida Living...to make work shopping ever.Dozens choose '
75th anniversary year, we are
on the threshhold of achievements (! QIleeree4 9" lighter and entertaining brighter from...Just atop In at your favorite :

for which many in the Clean, ffiffant: and economical to store. .., 4 11.
profession have dedicated their Iaw e/"# ., I
lives. For FSTA to lose Its ) '

betrayal identity now of trust would to be them.a gross M N.E. 7th Street th7kJ1tIJHatd #t-/.I9.m./k.J.! a ;' ;P' "

o .."'j'" 9irr-9iYin', reo/t !
"My term of office will be de- 1
dicated to the twin goals of developing Our Classified Ad FLORIDA POWER ft LIGHT I COMPANY t .!:
a closer relationship SELL ANYTHING
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.SATURDAY Broward Attention to the communityof The scout leader Mr. Harry
County Carver Ranches and West L. Newton ''Sr., wants to give
PAGE 8 MAY 9 1964 I News Hollywood Fla.;; lets take your special thanks to the mothers "
hats off to the Boy Scout of the boys in the troop.
Troop No. 392 of this area who
Recognition Day Washington Park There will be a breakfast at attended the South Florida CONFIRMATIONRev. .
Greater St. Luke Baptist Churchat Council Camparee May, 1-2-3, James L. Duncan, bish-
Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m. News 42nd Ave., and 18 St. West the Seminole Indian Vil- of the
at suffragan Dioceseof
Recognition Dav will be observed
Hollywood, Sunday morning,
at the Dade County Child- There ,will be a Fashionette South Florida' will administer
at 7 a.m., May 10 sponsored by
ren's Home in Kendall.: This Tea at Oak., Grove Baptist the Fire Department of West activities were held. the Sacrament of Confirma.
programme will be held on Church, 1401 NE 152nd Terr., Hollywood. Sermon by Rev. Troop No. 392 earned the honorof tion at the Church of the Incarnation -
Mother's Day and will center May 10, sponsored by Mrs. Ruby Johnson. Come one, come all. a second place ribbon at the on Sunday at 3 pjn.
Castelow. also given The Rev. Theodore Jones, vicar
around mother and women in ;, Donation $1.00 camporee and were
general The credit for being the outstanding will present 27 candidates, 15
children are really en- The Mt. Zion AME Church of
The guest speaker will be Joying the Community Build West Hollywood, 18 St., and drill troop. adults and 12 children.Mother's .
presented by Mrs. Mettie ing. Their reading hour Is ------- ------ -
: super. 52nd Ave., is sponsoring a play,
Brown Mrs. Theola Davis will vised by Jeannette Smatters. Sunday night, at the church.
be Mistress of Ceremonies. Some of the many games we The title of the play "Heaven
have at Washington Park are Bound." Come out and enjoy
Typing Class at BTW Softball, basketball kick-ball this play. HOUSE
volley ball. Come out and enjoy
The Gay Ladies of West Hol-
Adults who wish to to qualify
the fun. Softball captain Is
lywood are sponsoring a Spring
for clerk
should register nok In the positions begin. Juanita Nelson. Dance, Monday night, May 11, .,
at the Paradise Club in Liberia. iJjTVI
ning typewriting classes. Classes
ELKS REST Music furnished by the Roosevelt -
meet Monday and Wednesday
nights, In room 120 from 7- Attention Calypso lovers! Parker Mannish Boys. Day Family {
10 pan This Is the summer
class which lasts sixteen weeks; Plan to attend the ELKS The Attucks High School
Miss E. E. Waller Is the Instructor. chorus will appear at New DinnerSunday
-May, 23 REST this week-end, 329 Macedonia Baptist Church,2201

NW 16th Terrace. GUITAR SW 48th Ave. Sunday, May 10, May 10 From 12 Noon 9 p.m.
Anniversary ThanksMr during the morning service.
and Mrs. Williford (Pau- CURTIS and his Calypsonians. Everyone Is Invited to come MENU
enjoy Mother's Day. Rev
line) Young wish publicly to ,i j t B. J. Mack, pastor. APPETIZER
thank the entire stafff and memo Tropical Fruit Cocktail, Grenexlino 'J
bers of Jollivette Plaza Senior
Center for their consideration, Painless Office Treatment of SALAD "I i,
courtesy and thought in mak- Tossed Chef's Salad, Dressing
ing our 45th anniversary so inexpressibly RUPTURE ,o: PILES ENTREE Choice of One:
happy by their ,
presence t '
flowers, gifts and greetings Rectal Diseases, Varicose Veins, Pro Roast Vermont Turkey, Sage Dressing ;
on this Impressive and, state-:.No lost tins e-Discard Truss Baked Virginia Ham, Fruit Sauce
Upon Correction of Rapture. Reducing
for us a memorable occasion Deep Fried Jumbo Shrimp, Tartar SaU08I'OUed
Our special thanks to our sod DR. LONG'S CLINIC Blood-Urine Tests Blue Ribbon Delmonico Steak
al workers; Mrs. Mell Baise, 1541 8.W. 1st BtPR S-274S A general health service
Mrs. Othello 'Johnson, Mrs. Ol- With Spiced Applo Ring
lle Johnson, Mrs. Arle J. Gary, VEGETABLE Choice of Two:
Mrs. Lillian K. Smith, Mr. Eu CouHUt'd Sweet Potatoes Mashed Potatoes Green Peas
gene Smith, Mr and Mrs. Henry
Fuchs, and Mrs. Ruby Whaley.It HOME FO t SALE Mixed Greens Hut Assorted Rolls and Butter
I is, the greatest honor that BREAD Hot Assorted Rolls and Butter
Beautiful 3-bedroom, 2-bath, Fla. room, wall to wall
has been bestowed
upon us. BEVERAGE Coffee, Tea, Milk, Fruit Punch

carpet. Modern built-in kitchen, all tile features, DESSERT: Mother's Day Cake with Ice Cream

fenced yard carport, sprinkler system Low price, Only $1.99 (plus 'tax)

good terms. ....... .---....
1 1wn
F ACTION REALTYE. :\l's "OPEN MIKE" in our Lounge from 7 to fl' p.m.
At 10 p.m.. It's Jazz with Charles Austin and his QuartetNo

Harry Denny 754-0483 Cover No Admission No Minimum

"iriririf grif i/'jwirrririrgii/ B*t n uu i!ii u

Finest Selections In Miami
; ..
Give Your Mother a Treat For

Lovely homes open;; .


Terms Less Than Rent

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Famous ChefRestaurant 5221 NW 8th AvenueCBS
On Sunday, April 12, Deacon

wife Henry(Annie Armstead) by surprised giving her his a 2-bedrooms, front porch, oak floors, tile roof.

surprise birthday party. It was $350 down $60 month. .
her 63rd birthday. The party per $10,500 total price.,

was (given at their home, 1898 1 _
NW 68th St., 7 p.m. It was an -
enjoyable affair and was well
attended by their many friendsSis. 520 NW 43rd Street

Arnistead, would like to
take this opportunity to thank 1 Beautiful CBS, 2-bedroom, '2 Fla. rooms, garage, tile
, each and everyone who attended "Food at its Best"
the affair and also for the roof and oak floors. $450 down. $85 per month.
many fine gifts received.

Is Justice Colored ? "Mother's Day Special" i FHA terms. )

Open Mike, with host Hen-
J "
drik J, Berns, will discuss "Is I 716 NW 775th Street ao. .
Colored? next Sunday J'
evening, from 7.9 p.m. Roast Turkey J
'To See
Guest will be : Judge Albert It Is To Buy It" i
II. Saperstein, Peace Justice Jason I Gorgeous CBS
Berkman, John B. Orr Jr., or i 3-bed'room., huge Fla. room and tile
and Paul Louis. As usual, the
roof $450
month. '
program will come live from per FHA terms.
the Hampton House.Montego .Baked Virginia Ham With Raisin Sauce < .. .
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BayRestaurant j 270 NW 52nd Street
;' Salad Choice of 2 Vegetables I

! "Beats Anything!I"
'j 745 NW 62nd Street

i Invites 'you' to come in and SPECIAL' RATES FOR CHILDREN $350 down, no closing cost. $73 per month pay

,! enjoy their home cooked everything for this 2-bedroom CBS home.

, meals and pastry. The invitation .

4\ is extended by the 812 N.W. 2nd Avenue I NEWS REALTY

'I, capable .,. S Inc.

I'. HESTER GILLIS Chef Belcher. Prop. Phone FR 4-1496 (The Broker that work for you)

:> to youHELP

. WANTED Florida 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 44)655,

j'BEAUTY operator at Vogue
929 NW 3rd Ave. (Open
Beauty Box Sunday)
FR 4-9130. ..rF.r_.._. .. __rrrrrr_ ....m FFFm-*mMS....r.rrr tf',,,, .

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Win. Lehman SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1964 PAGE



7131 NW 7th Avenue "Home of The Star*" '\

Phone: PL 9-8571 22nd Ave. and PaJm 'Drive-in Theatre PRESENTS :!4


'59 CJIJ V. Iliscajno; 2 Dr. Sedan 1.7959 22nd Are. and 69th :U.I .:;:;'. ., AT TilE SIR JOHN KNIGHT BEAT I
Clwv. Cool Tack Air Cond. ". -.*
6 Cly. Engine Std. Trans and I FRIDAY,- SATURDAY SUNDAY MAY 8 9 10
radio. White over Turquols fini.h ..
clean interior. $000 250 '; ?.: 3 BIG ACTS !
45.00. NOW SHOWING ,iJJ; ,

59 OL1>S. "88" 4 Dr. hard top 9.' ;' Featuring'I The Sensational CO. E 0 S.
factory air Cond., automatic ; .. .
TrunR. power steering, power "H U D" .
brakes, radio and heater New

... white over steel, gray. finish _.
i original interior. $900 $250 -
45.05. Winner of three Academy Award. '

'59 CJlI \". Hel-AIr 4 Dr. sedan ?
Starring Paul Newman Patricia
Neal and
V-8 cnginFACTORY: ; AIR mt'n,
COND., pouerglido tians., radio Melvin y f .
and heater. Copper over Douglas
beige finish with iimiuiculato \
; ,
original interior. $1000 250 t .j: i iv

'61 FALCON Ranchero pick-up ; iF
truck Ford; Polar Air Cond., 6 "THRILL OF IT ALL"
CI)'. engine standard trans and
ladio. Colonial white finish, 4 Doris Day, James Garner in Technicolor
good tires, economy plus com-
fort. $1000 250 39.07.

'qj J PONT. Tempest. 2 Dr.,!sedan J. ,.
Pontiac air Cond., automatic
trans. and radio. New
maroon over ortic white finish 1
with extra nice original Inter- 4-Bedroom Home !
ior. $1300 300 43.89.

'CO PONT. Catallnu 4 I h'. luiid .
2-car Fla.
top, factory air Cond., automatic garage room corner
trans power steeling, power
brakes and radio, slera gold $10,900 TotaCPrlce
finish like new original interior

$1400 300 48.28. $600 down Move right in
'GO OLDS 08' 4 Dr. sedan, factory CI)
air Cond., automatic trans., See 4030 NW 3rd Avenue 'Aq 1.Y'. .
full power radio and heater
Midnight blue finish, original OWNER DIRECT WI 5.9886
interior, 4 new premium' tires
$1400 300 48.28.
'61 FORD Galaxle ))r. hard 1.

top, factory air Cond., :Forda Sensational Rock 'N Roll Rhythm and Blues Singers
matte trans. V-8 engine, power

steering, radio and heater. New and TV Ponu'ar' Bell Brothers
white over sun glow ;yellow EDISON SPECIALS
finish, original interior. 4 new
white wall tires. $1500 300 -
52.07. t i .M 4 Pe 4.' !*
'GO PONT. Catalina 2 door hard
top, factory air Cond., automatic
trans., power steering, '
power brakes and radio. Bermuda -+- .
blue finish matching Interior .
Open Sunday
," all original. Extra: sharp, p.m. -.--
low miles, one owtier. $1500 442 NW 46th Street
300 52.G7.
3-bedroom CBS tile roof $350 down
'61 PONT Catalina 4 door, factory corner ,
air Cond., automatic trans. FHA.

power\ steering, power brake, .
radio and heater. Hun glow y /
yellow finish, twotone beige 1
interior. $1700 300 61.43. 6845 NW 6th Court

'62 CHI>;V. Ilelalr 2 door sedan, Beautiful 3-bedroom CBS, tile roof, FHA terms #fk F, .
factory air Cond., automatic r
trans., power steering, radio .
and heater. Bhell beige finish
with original interior in match Drive by the following then call us '

ing twotone. beige. $1700 30001.4 566 NW 47th Terr. 3-bedrooms, CBS Fla.. room,

$300 down FHA.
'62 IMPAlA door hard top,
factory air Cond. V-8 engine, 564 NW 45th Street CBS $300 doWn FHA, $75
automatic trans., power steering month. '
brakes, radio and
heater.powtrr Iceberg white finish, 1964 NW 47th Terr.-3-bedroom, 2-bath CBS, $300

original red Interior. $2000 350 down, FHA.

63.48. 1090 NW 39th Street 4-bedrooms, 2-bath, corner,
'62 CIIKV. 4 'door Bel-Air station -
$250 down FHA.
wagon factory air Cond.

V-8 engine, pawn-glide trans., --.- If You Like The Impressions You'll Love
power steering, power brakes, The Bell Brothers Singing "I'm So Proud
radio, 'heater and power Hall ALSO WIDE SELECTIONS OF DUPLEXES
gate, tinted glass, etc.., arctic First Time In Miami Direct from Nassau
"'bte'lflnlsh with original two. BUTTERCUP King of The Bahamian Dancers
tone blue interior. $2000 '- .
67.33. '
$2100 ':'
'63 FALCON Country Squire 4 I II II I
door wagon factory air Cond., 175 .62nd St. 7512441YOU
6 Cly. engine, Fordamatic trans
radio and heater, luggage, rackon
top, colonial white finish,
blue vinyl ribbed Interior
2100 350 67.33.
'62 PONTIAC Ventura 4 door
hard top, factory air Cond., pow. I
er steering, power brakes, radio -
and heater. Beautiful aqua Thank Dade County voters for the
blue finish with Bonnhllle Interior I
4 new tires. $2200 350- I
69.85. confidence you have shown in me.

'62 OLDS 1)8' 4 door, factoryair
Cond. Full power, automat i Thanks, too to the loyal supporters;
ic trans., radio and beater, ar-
interior, extra nice four new I
premium tires, $2300 400 ,,n, who made our primary victory pos

71.50. It'r ADMISSION: FRI. AND SUN. $1.50 SAT $1.75
'63 TEMPEST Conv., Cpe, factory sible.
Cond., automatic trans,
radio air and heater. White orlon COMING MAY 15 16 17 TIlE FIVE KINGPINS

top, ,sky blue finish, twotone Robert M. Haverfield COMING MAY 22 23 24 DORIS TROY,
blue, vinyl ribbed Interior. Excellent -
condition, only 7,000 COMING MAY 29.30 31
miles, factory warranty. $2300- TED TAYLOR and Wiley Terry's Bandc

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Special Mother's Day service program, recently scheduled
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1964 Sunday, and we are asking all for Friday night May 8,

our friends to come and share at Jordan Grove Baptist Church, j
this day with us. We are ask- 5940 NW 12th Ave., sponsored .,
ing all to wear your flowers by the No. one choir will be
that will represent your moved up to May 12, at 8 p.m.

mothers. We are asking for your cO-
/ / i Our annual "Men Day" will operation.Mr. .

come to its close on the Herman Thomas, president -
fourtn Sunday, in this month,
b6 s r' ? and we are praying' that GOd Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor
will bless us both spirituallyand

financially. ST. MATTHEW'S CHURCH

Bible Class every Tuesday (African Orthodox)

night, 7-8- p.m. Services for St. Matthews
Prayer Meeting every Tues- African Orthodox Church are
day night, 8.9 p.m. being held at Baln's Funeral

Home, Douglas Road. The Divine -
yG7L TEMPLE BAPTIST Liturgy is celebrated at

a OSALTER'S Il Mother's Day will be fittingly 11 a.m. .!

observed. The Sunday School On Saturday, May 9, at 7 p.
will present a special program m., at 1006 NW 59th St. The
REV. M. M. WILLIAMS honoring (mothers at 10 a.m. public is invited to come and t
During the 11 a.m. service children Join in Christian fellowship.
Attention All will pin flowers on theirmothers

ana grandmothers.The .
Preachers and The oldest and youngest ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev.

CHAPEL ST. JAMES AME CHURCH mothers will be special guests. O. W. Foster, Minister

Rev. II. J. Benson, pastor Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor Entire Family of The morning and evening messages '2799 NW 46th Street

Flossie Marshall reporter Bert Cooper, ,reporter God will be centered around
the Musical
Mrs Annie Lee Gunter Is occasion. You are invited to a
planning a wonderful Mother's The pastor Is attending the The Red Circle and Sunshine Extravaganza at the Antioch

Day ,program with the young' Church In Cincinnati; but God has ordained me a major Band will have a dinner sale 'Baptist Church, in 'behalf of its

people Sunday afternoon at Mother's Day will be appropri- prophet. I was In God's semi- Saturday, at the home of Mat- I Woman's .Day Celebration on
3p.m. Come out and witnessthe I ately celebrated. Rev. Roddy tie Harris. Donation one dollar Thursday, May 14th at 8:00:
affair. and Rev. Williams will be in nary for ten years, .. This group, Mrs. M. p.m. There will be outstanding
charge during Rev. Blacknell's was my dean. On April 18, 1963 : Hepburn, directress, will spon persons of our city to partici.
Brother James Marshall is
absence. God told me to prophesy if sor its annual "Talent Unlimited pate on the program.
doing fine in the Veterans Hos- '
he will be home Sister the program was not Qunuay afternoon, May 17. There will be a "Straw Ride"to
pial soon. -
Each mother will be responsible Deacon A. J. Hanna, chairman I
Gurard's mother, Mrs. for $10. Each nonmotherand accepted; he prepared me for of the Deacons' Board anda Virginia Key Beach, Satur-
Evelyn Hepburn is home from father will be solicited to the people. Remember, God's pillar of the church, Is Improving day, May 9th. The bus will
Jackson Hospital and doing fine help the mothers.We program is'a blessing. To reject from his recent illness leave the church promptly at
after many weeks of illness. it; is a curse. Preachers Mrs. Birdie Hunter's home 8 p.m. Donation, students
Our own Mrs. Jessie Pearl lament and cry that the must accept this program in 1774 NW 75th St., will be the 75 cents, adults 100. Tic-
Rankins was with us Sunday church is an expensive organization order to save our people. He location for a dinner sponsored kets can be purchased from any
morning for service with a to be .a member: of. I can also gave me the highlights ofa by the Sunday School on member of the Trustee Boardor
smile. Sister Juanita Shepherdis half heartedly agree, but when program to pass to our gov- Saturday, May 30. by calling 69G-3935.
home and will return to the you are In the midst of build- ernment. But If we preachers Sunday Is Mother's Day. We
bed side of her very sick Ing we have to support the don't do our part, there will ST. BARNABAS CHURCHThe are inviting our friends to wor-
mother again next weekend In many rallies leading up to the be no foundation for the govern- ship with us on this Occasion.A .
North Carolina, Mrs. Juanita beginning of this great work. ment, because the insight comes morning devotion was led special invitation goes out to
Williams better known to her by the pastor. He lectured a.
We have to give a little more from God through the preachers I everyone to come and bring
friends Buck is from Jack few minutes before testimonial
as than usual. and the directions come his mother to o u r Mother's
son Hospital and was in church through a prophet to avoid con- service Holy Communion was Day Tea. Time 3:00: at the
Sunday. Don't forget Sister Mr. and Mrs. administered, !and was p.m.
Henry Lawrence fusion, because you can't ques everyone 'church the and the
Willie Tharop. She is shut in thank the spiritually blessed. No. one youngest
a members and friends tion a prophet who is directedby oldest Mother will be honoredat
she will be glad to see for kindness choir furnished music with
you. shown them in the power of the Holy Ghost. this occasion. Sis. Dora
May God bless: you all. the,.passing! of ,Mrs. Lawrence's The main subject: "Crusad- Mrs. L. Knowles at the piano, Lundy sponsors this affair In
motner Mrs. ing For Rlghteouness." and number one ushers serv-
Lizzie E. Coleman. ed. :behalf of our Women's Day
TRANSFIGURATIONFather Also Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Drive
Jones are grateful for Let us forget each others Evening devotion was led by
Ellsha S. Clarke, Vicar and donations during Mr.prayers Jones' faults and put them behind and the pastor. He preached from Women's Day will be observed

On Sunday, May 10, the Sunday Illness Members were very try with all our hearts, souls, Exodus 33:17: ; theme, "Moses May 17. The morning speaker -
after Ascension, The Rt. pleased to see him at church and minds to save the flock. Talking to the Children" of the will bs: Mrs. Athalie Range,
'James !This will avoid their blood ,Promised Land. Mrs. C. Gardiner and the evening will
Rev. L. Duncan, D. D., Sunday although his arm was speaker
Suffragan Bishop of The Dio- in a sling and being aided by from being applied to our Visitors. furnished are always_music.welcome. i be Mrs. Dorothy Newton, Maxwell -
Florida will ad hands.I Both ladies are dynamic
cese of South a walking cane. all .
Let us pay tribute to mothers,
minister the Sacrament of Holy speakers. The public is always
The Samsonlte to make the first far and near. We wish you alla
Confirmation at the 9 a.on. Board and No. am going Welcome.
Solemn Pontifical Sung Mass. 1 ushers are serving dinners on step in this movement and cordially happy invited Mother's to Day.our Mother's You are Pray for and visit the sick.
Sunday, May 10. It is whosoever fight the program
The public is cordially invited, The
Day sponsored by:
The church's temporary loca- Feast of The Seven Tables and will be rejected by God. It's program
tion is Rainbow Park Elemen- will be held in the Parish Hall. going to take the word of God junior choir at 11 a.m. PROVIDENCE CHURCH

tary School Cafetorium on the Cleveland Jackson is president. and good works done by men
Choir in order to stop men from destroying Burney, pastor
No. 2 will
corner of 19th Ave., and 154 have an Sis. Claudia Wilson
i St. Opa Locka. Our permanent "after service program" Sun- each other and to Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor reporter
church is now under construction day night for the benefit of bring our I generation into the Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporterSt. The spirit of the Lord was
it Is located on the cornerof the contest with Greater Bethel' spiritual program of God. Luke Baptist Ushers high Sunday. Our pastor de-
Gospel Chorus Board No. one presents aMother's 11.,1. ... ..I __ __
19th Ave. and 152nd and Mt. .
Terr. Herman ivcitu' u DUUI 01.111111(4 message:: :
Choir No. 2 At this time the This prepared, program came Day Tea Sunday,.May Baptism service will be held
king and through years of meditating, 10, 4 p.m., at the home of Mrs. the fourth Sunday In
MACEDONIA BAPTIST queen contest will ter morning
minate. Sherman day and night, hundreds of daysof Lavona Hughes. 1224 NW 5th the morning service.
3165 N. W. 56th Street president.The Cummings la fasting and praying* listen- Ave. Donation $1.00; the publicis
Rev. Roscoe Jackson, Pastor ..Ing, seeing, working, suffering, invited. Brother C. Davis The Deacon Board and the
Willie J. Beard, Reporter A. J. Reddick Board is 1 denying self, a dedicated life to president.The Deaconess Board will celebrate
, We were immensely blessed having a Saturday night fish God. This made proper contact Deaconess Board of St. their anniversaries the fourth
during our soulsaving campaign fry May 9 at the home of Mrs. with revelations from God in Luke Baptist Church presentsa Sunday evening. You will be
night. Immediately followingthe Classic Porter. This sounds order to get the program. God skit, "Money Talks", Wednesday hearing and reading more :about:
services, we had an old- nice. Take enough gave me a warning signal a May 20, at 8 p.m. 1790 NW it.
fashioned baptism. There were three four money few days before the, crisis of 55th St; donation 50 cents. Mrs.
golden brown
twenty proselytes. fish sandwiches! Cuba. He spoke to me the day Annie Mao' Covington, president. Take note or our pastor's an
before the President's death, niversary which will be observed
'. On Sunday morning, our pas. The You.th Choir lived up to and on the day of the death, ZION HOPE BAPTIST Monday night after the
tor preached a sermon in our bragging about it being I kept repeating these words a third Sunday. We will be looking .
which he was telling the new the best in the city. The teen- few hours 'before he was killed: Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor forward in seeing you. Also
Joiners and proselytes to agers were selected from the "The President's hands are 5129 NW 17th Ave. this Saturday there will be a
"HOLD ON" taken from Revelation many churches in Miami to be tied,' and another statement I Service was enjoyed on last dinner sale at the church sponsored -
3:11.: There were twenty guests of Kendall (whitee) haven't mentioned. Read: Ezek. Sundaymornlng. The pastor delivered by the Pastor's Aid
nine that were taken in duringour Methodist Church youth group 33:1-6: (Ref. Avoid Blood): St. the message and borth Club. You may call the church
I' soul saving campaign. We and proved to be the best. Mrs. John 4:24: (Ref. God is Spirit senior choirs rendered the song for delivery, phone 758-922.
i l' truly thank God!! Ann Smith, the_ directressshould and Truth.) Illustration: God's service.
I Let: us see you In church be congratulated! spirit is love; love In our hearts The Rev. W. K. Smith will Sunday let us make mothers
Sunday. Remember seven days Jason Beckwith, Eugene enables us to love God and all speak for No. two Ushers Boardon happy. Continue in prayer for

without church makes one weak! Howard, Classle Porter and mankind, and to worship Him Frleday night, May 8, at the grieved sick and those who are
Josephine Stoval were kind is living up to our vows in the church. over the loss of their

J SHADY GROVE CHURCH enough to take the group in praising God, and good works I. All junior members and ush- loved ones.
their cars to Kendall. Thanks! that spring forth from the er board members are ask to
6709 NW 15th Avenue SHILOH BAPTISTRev. spirit of love, by doing good to ; be present on Saturday afternoon CALVARY CHURCH
4 Rev. I. Clayton, pastor the poor and needy, and to at 5:30: for their Rev. S. Atchison
Manerva Dixon, reporter A. M. Griffin, pastor this I p.m., re- pastor
help make a better worldin Constance
Sis. C. M. Miles reporter 'tgular meeting. Carter reporter
which to live.
Sermon preached by Rev.
Sunday School
every Last
Sunday was most en-,
Hargrett from Hebrew 12- at 9:30 with
: a.m. the superin- 4, 1955 I wrote our former joyable. Our pastor delivered
July ,
and the 2nd
chapter verse. tendent Elder E. Ross In charge. people to start serving God. the
Governor Collins sermon: "Time
con- Belongs
Everybody is invited to the We would God bless to
like to take this May and strengthenall God." We
method to also had
cerning a help save visitationof
Shady Grove Baptist Churchto time to thank for this Job remember the a
our No. 1 and the
from death in canals Holy Spirit.On .
attend Sunday School at 9:30: two choirs for being a part of devil has many games, but God
and children in
morning service 11:30: B. T. U. that splendid program rendered has a program. Let us thank Mother's Day the youth
550: Evening Service 7:30.: Week- in the Orange Bowl on last neighborhoods.words of He respondedwith God for our first colored bishop, will sing and usher. They will
ly meeting starting Monday Sunday. advice. I also Richard Allen, who had no respect be at their best. There will
night which is May 4th at 8:00.: Sunday evening at 3 p.m., the former President Eisenhower wrote our to persons In organizing also be J* very wonderful
Rev. Hargrett will preach No. one choir is sponsoring a a denomination joining hands Mother's Day program. We
through out the' week. Come "Mother's Day Sip" at the last of May, 1956 with all mankind with the expecting everyone to be in are

one, come all. You are cordially : church. Everyone is Invited to ; The main answer in helping motto: "God Our Father, Christ membrance of their mother re-
Invited to the Shady Grove come and make this sip a suc to solve the problem of Juvenile Our Redeemer, Man Our and also to pray that ,'
Church. I cess, Deacon Robertson delinquency and method they
Baptist presi- I a thatwould Broth-er. might continue to be as a
j Rev. I. Clayton, pastor dent. cause many, many more -By Rev. M. M. Williams mother should be.'tHE .


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Raise Over $2,500On SATURDAY MAY 9, 1964 PAGE 11

ti /I IR Sunday, April 26, an over- i
whelming crowd withnessed the
most successful Men's Day In Willing Workers'Tea GRACE PRESBYTERIAN"Having I

the history of the church.
loved His own who I
Friends came from far and
in the world He loved
near to worship with us. Rev. were ,
Edward chairmanof them to the end." John 13:1.: I
the day Young assisted: was by his cochairman The Willing Workers Club of This will lie our text for the

Mr. Leon E. Kelly. Berea Baptist Church of which morning sermon, at 7:30: .a.m.

rM Ezekiel Burroughs did a Rev. J. Toles Is pastor, is honor service this Sunday, the evening I

very fine job introducing the ed to have as guest speaker at speaker will be Miss Ur-
speaker Of the morning, Mr. its "Get Acquainted" Tea Sunday stine Brown of the Youth Fellowship -
bert Kleiman well known in with the Youth Confirmation
from 4 to 0 p.m., Rev. Al-
our school system. Space will Class participating In
fonzo C.
Mozell radio
1 1: not permit us to mention the the service, and the adult choir
number of guests who came to as well as many outstanding providing the music.
CHURCH OF OPEN DOOR RIDGEWAY CHURCHOP worship at the service. soloists, speakers and other
participants on the program. Happy Mothers Day to aU,
Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastor GOD OF PROPHECY The evening worship climaxedthe This newly organized, growing and you ore always welcome
Mrs. A. E. MCNeal reporter Bishop R. B. Davis, pastor day with a dynamic speech church is presently holding services with us at Grace.
Things are happening! at the Elder H.. L. Cox, reporter from Gladstone Hunter Jr. in the Carver Branch of
[*, Church of the Open Door and Sunday at the end of the road Special thanks to Mt. Calvary YMCA and among the guest to
f %greater things will be happening you will find God, so it is good Baptist Church ushers for doing appear on the program will be Dugic's Guest HouseThe
every Sunday this month. If you find Him before you get such a wonderful job, and Mr. Hughes of the Y. All Willing -
Sunday, May 10, Mother's to the end of the road. At the all the guests who participatedin Workers Clubs throughout' house of unusual room

Day will be observed honoringthe Ridgeway Church of God we the program. the city have been; and are cordially Open 24 hour NE 4-3851
mothers of the church. trying to help men and wo- Sunday, which will be observed invited to join with the
Baptism of infants and chil- man every way to come to the as Mother's Day our junior Berea CluU in making this tea Seeing i i. Believing
dren. The formal dedication of knowledge of the Son of God. Choir will be in charge of the on this Mother's Day a memorable -
pews and other things that service all day our; speaker for occasion of getting acquainted See u. for clean room*
Sunday School begins at 10 a.
have been so graciously given and fellowship.The .
the Miss Joan
morning, Thompson Jamaica Dugie always
by friends and members of the m., and It is always a pleasureto student Counsel of North- home of Mrs. Hattle B. "k"
church. study the word of God together Jones, 1401 NW 56th St., has friend
Sunday, May 17, will be the And we Invite you to I western High School. There been selected as the place for k
Gala Day that all have ken stay for our morning service will be a program at night the this gathering. Everyone is welcome 2941 NW 47th St., Miami
waiting for the formal dedication which I'm sure will be a bles- public is invited to come and I

of our beautiful edifice; sing to you, and at 6 p.m. The worship with us especially our 1-
Superintendent Robbins Ralph VLB will be in session where church members. t

will preach at the 11 a.m., ser- you will see all the young peo LOOK LOOK !
vice. At 3:30: p.m., the sanctuarywill pie in action for the Lord. Baptist Ministers
be dedicated with appro- SERENA'S announce its new stock of QUALITY '

priate ceremonies and distin- Also prayer meeting on Mon- Alliance NewsThe CLASSIC WIGS. Individually cut and styled) terms

guished vistors from our south day night, is always a blessingto available. Complete wig servicing reasonable rates.
east association. every one. So make it your Baptist Ministers Alliance -
Dr. Almond Edwards attended business to atttend service invitation did not hold its regular "SPRING SALE"With
our Church Association in to be with us on Sunday weekly meeting at Providence
Sarasota last week and was Baptist, but attended the
elected one of the directors. I Bishop R. B. Davis, pastor luncheon Instead. As stated by : every permanent, FREE conditioning treatments

There are other things to I Elder H. L. Cox, reporter the president of the Baptist for SIX MONTHS as needed. Expert operators
look forward to. The Spring Alliance I J I Rev. T. John t Claudia Edwards and Thera Mayo.
Rally of Youth Ministry by the
son. "Ministers are the guardianof
Southeast Association which NEW PHILADELPHIA the people and as such, they
will meet with our youth fellowship Communion Service was held should be Informed attout the 11 r r Serena's Beauty Salon

on May, 24, and con- Sunday morning during the platforms of the candidates
in thePastor's
firmation of the Class children June 7. regular 11 a.m. worship hour. seeking to hold office." "AIR CONDITIONED" I IL
Study on
The menu consisted of shrimp
We are making history and This was done so that all
salad combination salad fried
I 827 N.WtI 62nd STREETPL
want members would have been
we every I chicken and broiled king fish,
friend rise to the occasion and given the opportunity to attend -
hot biscuits and coffee was also 8.2731 Mrs. Serena Williams, Prop.
help us put over these great the Pre-llaptist World Al served. All were delighted being -
events. ;liance. The pastor spoke from there. The senator spoke
Visitors are always welcomeand the text Psalm 42:1: "As the very graciously about his effort -
our services start promptly Hart Panteth After The Water in trying to secure the
at 11 a.m., each Sunday Brooks. So Panteth My Soul Civil Rights Bill now pending
morning. After Thee 0 God." His sub- In Congress. lie stated that he

ject was 'The Panting Heart. had done much in the past to
EBENEZER CHURCH "The meaning of his messagewas get equal rights for minority

Rev. A. D. Hall, pastorE. that we need go lookingfor groups, especially the Negro I
God's fountain of living
; and that he would continue to
Ingram, reporterWe F
water when despondent
do so in the future. : '
un loaded down with care. If we I --
regret the pastor was The Rev T. Johnson, presi-
able to make the trip to the do this, God will surely bringus dent.
General Conference which con. out of life's difficulties. k

vened in Pittsburgh. He was Community Day will be heldat BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs.
confined to the Christian Me- New Philadelphia on the
morial Hospital for five days. fourth Sunday morning In May, Elizabeth C. Nielson of
Sunday, Mother's Day, we are at the 11 a.m. worship hour Coral Gables will give a book "Living Service for the Living"
looking forward to a large at- Poinciana Park Elementary review at the Baha'I Center,
tendance. The Holy Commu- School will be the guest of 137 NW 11th Ave 8: p.m. Sun- Oscar L. Range Funeral Home
nion will be administered during honor and will render us witha day May, 10. She will review
both services. delightful, program. Our pas. "Portals to Freedom," writtenby M. AthalSe& Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, M....
The Pastor's Aid Board will tor will also deliver a ser- Mr. Howard Colby Ives,one- 5727 N.W.17th Avenue
have charge of class meetingon monette. time Unitarian clergyman. The
Tuesday night. Plans are All our friends and membersare public is cordially invited to at. OX 1-0131 OX 1-4343

being made by choir No two, asked to note this grand tend. Phone secretary, FR AAU AA
to celebrate Its Gth annual event on their calendar. .-120, for further information.

Spring Tea Sunday, May 17, at Sunday, is Mother's Day in : ,
4 p.m.Let. New Philadelphia and will be FRIENDSHIP M.
J. E. Jenkins, pastor
us not forget to visit or celebrated no doubt In all the Rev. NOTICE!
Ruby Lee Carr, reporter
send a card to the sick and shut churches throughout Christen- Honor thy father and mother
ins. The members added to our
that thy days may Ito long upon
sick list Brother James E. dom.We
Martin 1831 NW 58th St. Sister are hoping that all of us the
Seva Mader, Mercy Hospitaland will honor our mothers by attending God giveth thee. We dedicate LICENSE OF ESTABLISHMENT OFl

sister Ruby Delancy, Chris- church Sunday.If .' this verse to our wonderful
don't have place mothers every where.
tian Memorial Hospital. you any with
particular In mind, why not The Deaconess Board
drop by the church of brother. I Sister Llllle Ross as president ,Francis Evergreen Mortuary

BETHANY CHURCH ly love; we promise you a day is in charge of services for 328 Julia Street Key West
the day. In Sunday School Sun
2500 NW 50th Street mother-centered worship. See
Woodfork In church Sunday. day, sister Ruby Lee Carr will
Rev. Robert L. pastor you Sister
Eryclna Rahmlng, press Sec'y Baptist Ministers Alliance serve as superintendent.Bush will. bring r (Formerly Alien Funeral Home) !
Essie Mae
and other clergymen of the city HAM BEEN ACCEPTED BY STATE BOARD OF
Yes indeed, this Is the big were Invited to attend a high lights of the lesson and
weekend of Women's Day programs luncheon given by Senator also mistress of ceremonies ina FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS FOR
which have been short pre-service program.
prepared Claude Pepper at the Cheese- FJ RIDA.
for each of you! Qur theme Sister Fannie Conner and sister
cake Restaurant on Wednesday,
courageous women on the Camilla Lewis/ will conduct devotion
of last week.as Members of the Firms
development will
march will see ; sister Agnes Smart
through three main keynote bring the ocasslon, not forgetting
speakers. First to capitalize on the finance; Sister Essie ALONZO FRANCIS AUDLEY CASHPRESIDENT
this theme will be Mrs. Andel platform guest for this occa- Mae Robinson and sister Lodene FUNERAL DIRECTOR

Mlcklns, wife of Rev. I. C. sion.as Jenkins will be in charge of AND EMBALMER ARNOLD ROBERTS
Mickens, of Mt Olivette Baptist platform guests for this occatlnue Presentation of banquet
collection. (Formerly of Miami Fla.) GENERAL MANAGER
the In high style OB
Church at the 11 am., serviceson day Sister Lucy Rembert.
Sabbath, May 9. Our platform she speaks to the youth at 5 p. After by the presentations our pas ALFRED COLEBROOKS RUTH RODGERSAND
will be selectively gracedby m. It Is so appropriate for tor will deliver the Mother's TREASURER I
Mrs. Ethel Graham, Georgiana Mother's Day, to culminate weekend this Day sermon. LOUIS NEWBOLD MAMIE L. SAWYER
Johnson, both teachers of great Women's Day Our deepest sympathy to ASSOCIATES SECRETARY -
Gloria Robinson
with Mrs. Braynon
Booker T. Washington. Mrs. sister Mary F. Thomas in the
Powers, former missionary of as guest speaker. We will
Urother in
loss of her Sylvester,
each of during
wide travels Mrs. Grace B. Albert look for you
these important features. The Ga. Come to Sunday, FRANCIS EVERGREEN
principal of Floral Heights honor to God and mother.
already give
Elementary Colston librarian, Mrs. BTW Nathaniel, Mrs. men of of Bethany the great are Jealous programsto The pastor and officers join Phones CY 6-8520 add CY 6-2176

Ruth ,North Polite and Mrs. come. Hats off to the womenof me in saying Happy Mother'sDay. .....

Cecilia McCartney will also serve Bethany. .

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CARDS MEMORIALS. DEATHS family of the FARROWwho late 2106 NW 3rd Ct., died April 27. -
BRO. His survivors are his mother I
departed this life April 12, '
Mrs. Doris Butler, a brother,
wish to t a k e
while preaching,
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. IN MEMORIAMIn this method to thank everyonefor Calvin Butler of Waycross,
kindness Georgia, two sisters, Mrs. Em-
I their sympathy, ,
PAGE 12 SATURDAY MAY'91964IN cards telegrams, ma Rogers and Mrs. Claranell
loving memory of our be- your prayers, ,
loved sister, floral pieces, calls and you McKenzie, aunt, three nieces,
I who gave your time. It helped two nephews, and a host of

MEMORIAMIn to lighten the blow of his pas- other relatives.

,. I Ib sing. Services will be held on

of sad but loving of Special thanks to our pas- Saturday, May 2, at 2:30: p.m.,
In loving memory mempry : officers
\ tor Rev. C. J. Burney, in the chapel with Rev. I. C.
dear mother and sister, our parentsBEATRicE ushers, choirs and members of Mickins officiating.MR. .
..' .... '- KNOWLES': the New Providence M. B.
;$ MONCUR '- Church. Thanks to the entire -

.. and 9 staff of the House of Albert, to OSBIE HEAD of 1805 N
% i SAMUEL M. MONCUR I I3i the employees of the Jackson W 2nd Ct., passed April 27. He

,'t'i: who, passed away Memorial Hospital, to our I is! survived by his wife, Mrs.
; ". May 5, 1958 neighbors and friends. May Ida Mae Head, two sisters Mrs.,

4 ,' .. y.". .. t and God bless each of you. Pearlene Williams and Mrs.
; .f", July 7, 1900 Mrs. Jewel Farrow, wife Eula Mae Carter of Richmond

.....'. ,r' respectively'There Heights, one aunt, Mrs. Rosa
is deathl! The stars
,j'"t4..,, down no Small of Valdosta, Ga., nieces' ,
go '
..,;1, ,Y ', To rise upon some other and nephews.

shore OTHA SMITH of 2552 NW Services were held on Thurs-

w'. And bright in heaven's Jeweled G6th St., died May 1 in Wau- day, April 30, at 4 p.m., fromSt.

crown chula, Fla., of accidental Paul AME Church with Rev.T .
They are not dead! They! have causes. Mr. Smith, a native of C. Kelley, Jr., officiating.The .
but passed Shellman, Ga., had resided in body was shipped to Val-
They shine forevermore. v : k; the Miami area for 13 years. dosta, Ga., where burial will be

;k : 4M Beyond the mists that blindus f4 i He is survived by his widow, conducted on Sunday, May 3,
?a here Emily, four children, and his at 2 p.m., with the E. B. Stevenson
Into the new and larger life mother Mrs. Hattie Royal Funeral Home directing.
Of that serener sphere. CATHERINE A. PEDICANwho Services held Wednesday at
May they rest in peace and departed this life May 7, St. Luke Baptist Church. MR. JAMES HENRY WHITEof
light perpetual shine 1963.
upon. I 131 NW 15th St, passed
'. Peace perfect peaceIn ant of Lewis April 28. Survivors include, his
The Children
this dark world of sin, and Gloria Varnadoe of 1521
wife, Cleo White, two daughters -
The blood of Jesus whispers
NW 61st St., died May 4. Grave- Mrs. Dorothy McAllister
IN MEMORIAM peace within side services Thursday. Barnes, and Mrs. Mae Palmer
i 3t4 + Peace, penect peace
A Yy I Johnson, two brothers, Charlie
Our future all unknown, Infant twin sons of Julius
White sister
In loving memory of our Jesus we know and he is on and Carletha Scavella, 1431 NW and Alphonso a ,
Lucille Butler and
mother Mrs. sever-
4 dear the throne. 41st St., died at the Cedars of
al other relatives and friends.
May her soul rest In peace Lebanon Hospital May 6, Services scheduled for
,. and light perpetual shine upon Graveside services were May 8. are
Infant daughter of Franklin Monday, May 4, 2:30: p.m., from

her.The Family and Yvonne Thomas of 5311 the chapel.

t NW 30 PI, died May 5. Service
conducted in Lincoln Cemetery GREGORY ALLEN PACE, infant -
LORLIE BELL SCOTT CARD OF THANKSThe son of Robert: Lee Williamsand
Edna Mae Pace was deadon
who departed this life May 5 FRANCIS
.; w arrival, April 24. Services
1962. family of the late,
Gone, but not forgotten STEVEN JOHNSON were held on Tuesday, April
28 at 10 from the
a.m., chapel
wishes their most
Amos Gilford, Ragans'sonsGeorgia to express
; ? McDonald St., Coconut Grove,
sincere thanks to their neigh- with Rev Fred J. Hicks officia
Howard, Mary died
May 2 at his home. Remains
Branna, Ludie Bell Months, ''2 'tCMme. bors, friends and relatives for were shipped to Augusta ting.
Eleanor Westbrooks, Louise the flowers, cards, telegrams
Ga. for final rites Wednes
and Eddie Mae, daughters visitations, the use of cars, andevery 5. ROSS WILLIAMS, Infant son
day May
i-v. Johnnie Champion, Flossie consideration rendered Mr. and Mrs. Ross and Meller

Brown, sisters ..e 'Y.y .. l n them during their period of be Baby Kennedy, son of Wee Williams, passed April 27.
thanks services will
reavement. Special to Graveside be held
Mr. and Mrs Emory Kennedyof
4r Range Funeral Home and staff; 713 NW 2nd Ct. was still May 2, at 4 p.m., at Evergreen
Mrs. Gladys Pratt Johnson Cemetery.
born April 27. Graveside ser..
IN MEMORIAMIn And Family vices held Wednesday.
V t nN $
sad, but loving memory of : iVy 1017 NW 61st St. passed April
I: our dear son, father and CARD OF THANKSMrs. ALBERT 30. She is survived by a granddaughter .

brother, k CHARLES E. SAMS, 909 NW Mrs. Julia V. Terrell,
k *4 Carrie L. Lawrence of 2nd Ct, died April 28. His wife a grandson, Walter Lee Barnett,
I 13G8 NW 71st St., daughter of, I I Betty Jean; a son, mother Mrs, a great grand daughter, a

MRS. LIZZIE E. COLEMANwho Margaret Sams, and a brother] brother, Mr. Norris Fisher of
: passed away recently, all of Asheville, N. C., survive Long Island, New York and
wishes to thank her many several other relatives and
Final rites were held In Hen-
friends and neighbors for the
friends. Arrangements incomplete
dersonville NC. are -
departed this life May '.7, kindness I ,
and sympathy shown
at time.
; 1958. I JOSEPH D. SOUTER died in
Six have passed mother during the hours of bereave- the home of his son, Roy, 59-11!
years Thanks
ment. for your. cards, !
NW 21st Ave. 30.
April Remains
dear, since God has called telegrams flowers and other
I ,
were sent to Mariana for will lie in in his home
home to be with Him In repose
you ,acts of kindness. May God bless,
heaven. We often sit' and thinkof each of you. and burial. from 3 p.m. til midnight Wednesday -
J you when we're alone, for following which he will
memory Is the only thing that 10230 SW Ui sent to Gainesville for final

r y? grief can call Its. own. IN MEMORIAM 178th St., Perrine, died May 2. rites.
Surviving are his wife,
Your life is a beautiful mem- a
I daughter and a son his mother MRS. JUANITA STANFIELD
I ory, your absence a silent grief; ,
sleep on in peace. :In sad'but loving memory of a sister and two brothers. lie CONTINUED ON PAGE ((13))

\ Sadly missed by your chil- our dear husband father and II t .1
dren: brother,
; Hazel C. Sanders and
4.fJFg' Licensed Insured F1IA
Jif Frank Newman rrx
A 4 x'+ 1rr
[Financing No down

F payment

I. IN MEMORIAMIn Day and Night _

i I 681-9 052 R 00 1C _
remembrance of my dear
I EDWIN. LORD daughter Call now for free etimateCOMPLETE i

i" who tothe Great, Beyond
t passed who departed ;this life May 10, I ROOFING SERVICE
May 1 1961.
I"" Gone, but not forgotten. 1953.Blessed are the dead .who i
t .; May his soul rest In peace, died in the, Lord. We miss you : 17 years experience in Miami

.; :and may light perpetual shine very much. We miss your. dti
We love but Jesus. loves sweet voice. Sleep on daughter 1365 NW 29th Street. Miami Fla.
you, amt;:>take ()rest. We love ,
I':. ;you best. you, ,but Dour loves you best;
.Mrs. Myrtle Stevens, mother Mrs. Nettie Smith, mother
The Family and family --0-- .

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IN MEMORIAM' IN MEMORIAMIn Other Services Rendered

I sad but loving memory of

i In remembrance of my dear (grandmother our -dear mother, sister. and w Roof, all types, aluminum windows, doors, fences

3 mother.. IflLLIE. DAYS MRS.: MATILDA RUSSELL '- FRED LEWIS 1 awnings, paint

\ who departed this life May 6, who'passed on May 8, 1949.. who ,departed. this life May 12,
May she rest In peace and 1962.;
1063 t( .
1 ,I t:"I can* never forget the day. may light, perpetual. shine Gone, but not forgotten. Re-roofing Repairs Cleaning. CoatingO
I heard my mother say upon her. "When the day of toll is done,
leaving here my tender Martha Clark,1 daughter When the race of life is run.
i care; Charles C. Russell, son Father, grant Thy weary one,

child. your mother's Louis and, Cyril. Fisher, Rest forevermore.
: prayer., brothers. Mrs. Geraldine Lewis, wife work guaranteed ; ':

Il'm on Mother and take Dora Robinson, .sister Mrs. Francina Wallace, ., "
)"Vest.! We love you, but Dorothy, ,Alexander, daughterRev. 'J' .
C ; loves you best. grand daughter Shadrach Lewis, JOHN STERN ,, "1'

_.., \ ?Nettle Smith, daughter Vera,Anderson, Prince and David Lewis brothers

, And Family grand daughter

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month. Life Realty 4932 NW 7th Hew S'-bedroom.! 2tlle bathrooms, ._. .
Ave. PL 9-4371. Open eveningsand DOWNTOWN AREA, 1-bed- formica ktttn eii,-' opert, 'this I 'M .+.j i .

,. Sunday. j room apt., utility, $18, efficiency Saturday and Sunday. 755 NW ;.r J3jVHY: : NOT LIVE RENT FREE
$13, 1-bedroom unfurnished 47th Terr. For information, call |
t OPEN SUNDAY 3-6 p.m., 401 $15. Mlcklns Rental Agency Jack, JE 2-S804 or ,UN 5-7414. .
NW 43 St. Lovely bedroom NE 4-0500. CBS 2-bedroom duplex 6 years new. One side com'
tile roof, Fla. room; "this Is the I BEAUTY Parlor, call between
best, only $250 down, $08 month OPA-LOCKA AREA, furnished 8-10 a.m.. and 2-6 p.m. Sundayand pletely furnished. Florida room, large patio. $16,000 ;
pays all, total $10,500, don't miss 2-bedroom apts., all utility $25, all day Monday. 7585197. total. $600 down. No closing costs
this. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 1-bedroom $21, unfurnished 2- --o-- \
nights PL 9-5533, days PL 12213. bedroom $18, 1-bedroom $15. LIME, OAK DESK, pair of step I
I Mlcklns Rental Agency. NE lamp tables, large square lamp CBS corner, 2-bedroom duplex 8 years new, completely -..,
TOTAL $10,000, only $300 down 4-0500. table, cocktail table, all formica furnished, front and rear porch, 2 utility
and $68 month, pays all. 2-bedroom '| I tops, must sell cheap can be rooms. $16,500 total, $600 down. No closing costs.
CBS, very best area, real. I 5003 NW 9 Ave. 2-bedrooms, seen at 1130 venetian Cause-
ly nice home. Call me on this unfurnished duplex. BPI per- way apt., 1-E FR 1. .22. --0-

bargain. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, sonal, children welcome. No qualifying, CBS 2-bedroom duplex, tUe roof, .
nites PL 9-5533, days PL 12213. CLEAN LOT 50x100, $2,500, call utility room, appliances $800 down. Key in ,office.,
I ROOM on bus and Jitney line MU 1.5771.BARGAIN. ,
NO QUALIFYING modern 2- Close to shopping, Ideal for -o- --
bedroom CBS, tile roof, carport working persons, Just like home 6 acre corner with
large kitchen, lovely bedrooms privileges, phone 034-6310.. I old house, $19,000, near Perrine. I MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS. .
stove, air conditioner, fenced! Ideal Investment. Booth Realty. _' J, 1..::,
yard. A bargain at $12,500, NICE 9-ROOM house with Phone 271-1885. ATTENTION VETERANS! LARGE SELECTION!
$750 down and $90 month. Life fence, partly furnished 1817
Realty; 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL NW 5 Ct. phone NE 4-3177. HUGE 2-bedroom CBS In choice No Down Payment Homes '
location. Priced right for quick
Open and
evenings Sun
days. I 1-BEDROOM: cottage, completely sale. Drive by 1831 NW 47th St., ,
furnished, good sur and call Fenster Realty PL I SHELL REALTY ,

TOTAL $9,500 and $07 month roundings. $14 per week. Ap- 98779.

pays all, only $250 down for NE ly at 55915.NICE 1058. NW 39th St. Phone RENT with option to buy. 3- 4260 NW 7th Ave. 758-5551
2-bedroom CBS, carport, bedroom home, plus large lot. I
spotless, darling home. Near
AIRY ROOMS. Nice area $90 month. Fenster
12th Ave., best area. A. Ben-
PL 98779.>
Korl Realtor Hot and cold water 174 NW 8 Realty
nights PL 9-5533,
days PL 12243. I St. Ph. FR 1-6321.

LOVELY NICE ROOM In private home DEATHSContinued Buy Now From The Biggest Builder"WYNNEHOMES"
house, Fla., all home privileges, quiet workIng -
room, enclosed front porch, fully people only Ph. NE 6-5283.
furnished, even has wash- from page 12
Ing machine; like new Inside FURNISHED APT. with yard
and out. Wonderful location and porch. Reasonable. For in- of 408 NW 22nd Lane, died May
near school, shopping and formation call OX 1-2426. 4. Her survivors include her
husbtand, a daughter, three sis-
buses. A bargain at $8,000 $250
down and only $65 month, FHA 2 BEAUTIFULLY furnished (ters, three brothers Arrangementsare and four The recognized leader in value
terms. Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Bedrooms In quiet residentialarea.
Ave. PL 9-4371, open Sun- Near buses and shopping Visit our model for a terrific deal

days. areas.. Privileges. Call 696-7084 ROBERT E. MOORE died at
evenings and all day. home, 034 NW 13th St., Florida 867 NW 73rd Street
OPEN Sunday, 1.5 2-bedroom, City April 28. He is survivedby <
corner, A small "estate" home. EFFICIENCY. $10:! per week. his wife, Ethel Lee, and Open all day; Sunday
Owner reduced price for quick : Utilities, elderly person prefer mother, Mrs. Llllle Ware of
sale. Drive bv 4930 NW 8th red. 2221 NW 58th St. Chicago. Final rites In Card, FREE REFRESHMENTSJE
Ave Fenster Realty, PL 9-8779. Miss.
NEW AREA, $05 month 3- C8th St. PL 1-4292. Mrs. Pierce. MRS. GLADYS CLARK of 1-6902 235-2958.
bedroom CBS on large lot, can New York City died April 29. A .
be yours for only a small down ROOM In private home for daughter-in-law of Rev and f ,u
payment. "A hot deal} Call Mrs. N. P. Clark, she is also ,
settled two ladies -- .
couple or .
Fenster Realty PL 08770. survived by her husband,
close to 21 bus and Jitney. Ph. lard. Services conducted Tuesday

BEST LOCATION In Man o r 751-1506. Church at St.with Matthews Rev. L.Baptist A.. Attention!! A Attention.

Park 3-bedroom, 2 bath, 3283 NW 67 St. Small house, Thompson delivering the eul-
CBS, large= Florida room, enclosed unfurnished, $15 week. WI :' ,
front porch, tile roof, 59886. Graveside SEE THE FABULOUS NEW
garage, 1 block from school; services at Ever-
buses and shopping. Price Is FURNISHED modern 1-bed green Cemetery for the infant '
'$14.000, $450 down and $87 room apt. will take a small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward "Sunshine Homes"Now /*
month. Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 child up to 3 years old. MU Turnquest of 1220 NW ..
held Wednesday. !
Ave., PL 9-4371. Open evenings 1-0325.) 71st St were : I

and Sundays.NO Open For Public Display ,',.-

Finest New Homes For Less I );
rooms Florida room, enclosed 1944 NW 49th Street 1921 NW 50th Street
front porch; garage, awnings Sun. From 1 to 6 P.M.
'stove and refrigerator. PrIce..ls 1835 NW'41st Street (Open 3 to 5 p.m.)
$9.500.! $300: down, $777month. ri
Life Rpalty, 4032! Ave bedrooms 2 baths garage Florida room ,. .
Sundays 3 large' ,
i I" .
PL 0-4371. Open : apd .. .... .
evenings. For Sale, Lots 100 ft. on 49th St. 80 ft.on, 63rd- St. f These,, new homej Dave; everything you

NO CLOSING COSTS. CBS du CASH, PAID FOR .LOTS:.AND ,HOMES: I 'want,.:'Mr. and ,Mr, rr,, JHome,;,Buyer.: See

plex, 2-bedrooms each side. I them! -
tile roof, appliances. With $000 Need Money? See Baron JE 8-1340 .
,,. .
clown you can 'live rent free
as the monthlv payments: are
only $89.75 FHA terms. Life .' ,Location/of/ these new homes:
Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL J
9-4371. Open evenings and Sun- SPECIAL NOTICEPhotos .

taken at the DEBUTANTES' BALL will be 5221 N.W. 5th Ave. .

3-BEDROOM home, only'4 years displayed' for 10 days starting Friday, May 8, 5 to
old, fenced quiet area, lots of
room, a little Wetter home nice 9 p.m. a* the Archie Finder Printery, 6400 .NW 15th

terms. 1850 NW 51st St. Call us Ave. These photos will be shown each evening next
rn thIs one. Fenster Realty, PL 3041 N.W. 69th Terr.
9-8779. week thru May 17. Special Sunday showing May

10 ALL DAY? ,12 noon to 6 pjm. Deposits required : '''
CORNER 3-BEDROOM CBS on all orders.
freshly painted, large enclosed
front porch, appliances, sepa- GLAMOUR PHOTO SERVICEFor News Realty Inc.'
rate garage. A bargain: at $9,200.

300 down and $63 month. Don't Harris PL 9.0032 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 40655r
nisi this! Life Realtv, 4932 NW' information call Bill -
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open even-I' .
)n.s and Sundays > 1 I


:I, 72nd Founder's Day .Ceremony

If Fla. Memorial College Moving To Miami? I

ST. AUGUSTINE An alumnus rV-'

came back to the campusof MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
Florclla Memorial College
here to deliver the address at SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1964 PAGE 3
the Institution's' 72nd annual
Founder's Day program, which
took place April 25.

\ He was Otis D James, Salu- Miamian to Participate in

tatorian of FMC's Class of '35,

and now, of assistant the Afro-American agency director j&.4a in Cusco Peru Work Camp

r .ro
Insurance Company In chargeof Boswell Roberts, Jr., a fresh- ;"1
the Fla. East Coast and also

manager of the Afro's Miami RhY,? w fa tJt)1e man at Wllberforce University, I '
: Wilberforce, Ohio, has been selected -
district office. _
by the Ohio-West Vir-
r A native Floridian, James also ________ ginia Area Council of the National ;
serves as Treasurer of the integrated zxas Council of the Young .
Franklin Federal Savings Men's Christian Association of I
and Loan Association in ; q,14y" the United States to serve as
Miami. He Is a 32nd degree Mason wwM a participant In the Cusco, Peru
az gaAMrdrw'y
a Shriner, vice-chairman { y Workcamp to be held this sum -n
of trustees at Mt. Zion Baptist mer. Boswell Is an "A" stu-
Church, and active in NAACP, .cL-.L dent at Wilberforce and Vice-
.COREr and other community 17 hla 't. 'W.wi't .,!wait. Ar..r w : President of the Freshman

groups. Wreath-Laying ceremony on ing FMC alumni, the Rev J. Class. He was salutatorian of 1 .f
Introduced by Florida 'MeALUMNU8 the occasion of Florida Memorial W. Taylor of Melbourne, who Miami Northwestern Stenlor .f6
College's 72nd annual Founders' gave the benediction, Rev. Ot- High graduating senior class in '" "'

Day program. Shown carrying tis L. West, reprsenting faculty, 19G3. .
wreaths are FMC students Irma President R. Wi. Puryear, Mrs. The workcamp of a four 'j
l YI Hill and Janett Wright. Gathered Corenne Watts, who spoke for weeks duration will be a part ,

1 ... around microphone, other the college's Baptist consittu- of a two month's experience de: f
rt" a ,) participants shown are, left to ; tents, and guest speaker Otis signed to introduce the participants .l.l
right: O. W. Knowles, represent- I D. James of Miami. to the diversity and dynamics -
of South America. The
group will spend one week in 11J

t You can't do your best In a Ku- Urban Lima, Peru; Quito, Ecuador; and BOSWELL ROBERTS
Klux atmosphere. So let's pack League Bogota, Columbia.The .
up, and move our college to Mi Announces Civil briefing and orientation program will take place In
ami the Washington, D. C., beginning
Magic City, just as
Service ExaminationsELEVATOR July 8 1964. The will return -
JtF < Ita fast as we can! group
.M Caretaker 'supervises or per- to Columbus, Ohio on
A ,warm welcome awaits Flo OPERATOR: forms work of a I manual char- August 27.
rida Memorial in Miami, the Location of Position: Veterans acter involving the care of animals .
speaker asserted. 'Not only Is Admlnstratlon Hospital, maintained for experimental Young/ Mr. Roberts Is the
the city the most desegregatedIn Coral Gables first Negro Student to participate
Fla. The register purposes, such as mice, rats,
the Deep South, but part- may also be used for filling vacancies hamsters, guinea pigs, rabbits in a workcamp outside of
time Job opportunities for Ne- In other Federal agen- chickens, monkeys, and other the United States. He Is also the
gro youth, enabling them to cies In the same locality. animals commonly used in sci- youngest and only Negro parti
Ib<9 OCF) j .i work their way through college, Duties: Operate electric or entific laboratories. These dutiesare cipant In the group. Other
are infinitely more attudant hydraulic elevators participants in the Cuaco, Peru-
and per- limited to the care, feeding,
IS GUEST than In the Institution's pre- form related duties as assigned. and breeding of such laboratory Workcamp are John Aspinwall,
sent locale, he said. Joel Kaylor, and Frederick
SPEAKER ON CAMPUS animals.REQUIREMENTS Grose Jr.,, Ohio Wesleyan Uni-
Following the Founder's Day REQUIREMENTS Jack Bettedlck Omaha
; + versity; ,
Move from Ancient of Each WA-3
: applicant
address, the traditional Experience Richard Carlson and
proces : Applicants must University;
St. Augustine to of have had three
Magic City must
Miami atonal was held from chapel to show that they have at least Orvllle Huseby, University of
was urged months experience In such
upon' graveside, 'where tribute was three months of Minnesota William E k e,
experience In ; p
Memorial College, by Found- activities as: ((1)) Keeper of animals
f er's Day speaker Otis D. James. paid by President Puryear, and the operation of electric or hy in Oberlin College; Vincent Morgan
) wreaths laid by students Irma draulic elevators. a zoo. ((2)) Carina for Baldwin-Wallace; College; and
Himself FMC alumnus
( an Hill Janett WA-1 laboratory animals. ((3)) Work- Case Instituteof
and Wright. $1.36 Daniel
hour Wooley,
'l (class of 35)), James Is now Ing with domestic animals at an
manager of the Miami office of Delivering the invocation for LABORATORY ANIMAL experimental farm or station. Technology.
the Afro-American Life Insur the observance was the Rev. J. CARETAKER: ((4)Carlng) for and feeding ani- Bosewell is the son of Mrs.
I(,: ance Company. Seated, right, is H. McKissick, pastor of First Location of Position: Veter mals in a circus or menagerie. Jessie L. Hill, Hialeah and Mr.
Florida Memorial President R. Baptist Church, St. Augustine, ans Administration Hospital, ((5)Worklnig) with domestic animals Boswell Roberts, Sr., North Miami .
W. Puryear, who officiated at and the 'benediction was pro- Coral Gables, Fla. The register on a farm on a substanlal Beach
the Institution's 72nd annual nounced by the Rev. J. W. Taylor may also be used for filling va scale. ((6)) The care and hand
; ceremony. I pastor of Macedonia Baptist cancies in other Federal agen ling of animals or pets on a-I
Church, Melbourne. cies in the same locality. sufficiently large scale to demonstrate Your Silent Salesman A

morlal President (R. W. Puryear, Greetings to visiting alumni Duties: Laboratory the applicant's ability .
James'' paid tribute Animal to perform the duties of the Miami Times' Clamed A'd
to the foun- I and guests were extended on behalf "'- -
I 1 era of the college, Miss Sarah A. of the Board of Trusteesby - -- - - - -

Blocker and Dr. Nathan W. Col I W. S. Kennedy In the absence'
11 her
t of Atty. D. W. Perkins of Jackvllle -
I' Miss Blocker was.a cofounder I who was prevented by Illness FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGEST.
I of one of. FMC's parent Institutions I from attending: the Rev. :
the Florida Baptist Ottle L. West for the faculty,
\ Academy established by Bethel' In the absence of the Rev. L. T.
I Institutional Baptist Church In Whltelocke.who was representing AUGUSTINE
\ Jacksonville In 1892. FMC elsewhere; O. W.
Knowles for the Alumni Association
Dr: Collier first Joined the faculty and Florida Memorial H SUMMER SESSION
I of the Academy In 1894, Club; Mls Andrea McNeil In behalf '
and was named president In of the student body; and
1896. He served 22 years in that Mrs. Corenne Watts for the con JUNE 15 AUGUST 7
capacity until 1918 when the I stituent Baptist conventions.
: school was relocated in St. Appropriate choral selectionswere
Offering a selection of forty fully-accredited courses
Augustine and renamed Florida I offered by the college
Normal and Industrial Institute choir.
Dr. Collier continued to leading to the B.S. degree in:
serve until his death In 1941-I

a total of 46 :years altogether Dade Teachers To ,. Elementary 'Education Religious Education
Portraits of the founders hang
I.L\ In the college chapel, where Meet MondayThe English Science

. the Founder's Day ceremony Music Education Social Science
was held, and their graves are
" f situated In the County Classroom
foreground oft.
p. Anderson Memorial Hall. Teachers'special Association general membership will holda Also: Workshops in Teaching The Slow Learning

t. "MOVE TO MIAMI". meeting on Monday, May 11, at
r....... 7:30: p.m., at the Bayfront Park Recreational and social activities include swimming tennis, softball
Following his tribute to the Auditorium More than 6,000 choir, and dramatics
service and sacrifice of the notices of the meeting have
\ founders, and to President Pur- gone out to Dade teachers and : NEW STUDENTS
year, under whose (guidance earliest response indicate a full -
since 1950 Florida Memorial has turnout for the event. Boarding .m............................................. $340.50 .

achieved full accreditation as a Non-Boarding ........................................ $225.00
( four-year Institution, the speak. The extraordinary session has
er turned his attention been called to consider several (Above nine
college costs cover hours of credits; deduct $21 for each hour
\ decision to relocate the matters of Importance to the below nine
In the Miami area. CTA, Including: the 1964-65: I I )
it to Florida Salary Proposal; CTA's posi- -
I College to move It away tion on the Dade County Edu- ,.- .- :
from St. Augustine," the speak. cation Association; and a pro- THE.REGISTRAR
er declared. posed dues Increase. -

I "You don't count here, be- The meeting is open to members FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE .

cause of your colorJames I only, and will begin at St. Augustine Florida
said, 'addressIng himself to the 7:30, continuing until all mat- ,
f students. "They're hurting you, ters of business have been dis-
'I' .1 a, j "dampening' your Intelligence. posed of. .
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High NeWs I Liberty CityElementary Bethune School

More than 275 parents In the W C Cogdell, PrincipalLast
Goulds school community area NewsMay Friday was a significant
Wednesday night, donned their I- day at our school. Not only '
school attire and went back to Day, late but nevertheless was It the first of May, but It $ (
school to participate in a par- May Day, May 5. was COLOR DAY as well. Little :
ent-student self evaluation pro I One learns a lot from watch. Derrick Jones and Little ,.
gram. The program, planned by I ling boys and iglrls, for they Star McKenzie of Mrs. Bernice t. +y _
guidance department, was have a yaw of showingfacIally Green's first grade class reign.
held in the school auditorium. their emotions. This
was ed as King and Queen of our
Mrs. Hazel Bohannon: evident as Queen Sheila Mc- Color Day Festivities. Inclement
ance for the 11 sections guld-I Kinney, and King Gerald Gant weather curtailed the k ,

11th grade said that the pur- each paraded face across showed the court, for outdoor activities, but the first v+' a ar + -
of the and second grade majorettes
pose program was to, on
basis of interest, records, and warmth pride, enjoyment, happiness, performed beautifully in the
grades in class, aid the child cafetorium. Highlighting the
t' in better understanding the Although it wasn't the coro- program were activities from
f ,,selfconcept.The nation of Iing or Queen of the Physical Education Depart '' r
"state," it was as meaningful. meet, Dances, Stunts, and Tumbling t
counselors discussed In. I to the lbys and girls as would were performed by grades :
formation about how to selecta I be the crowning of one of the 30. Many parents were in attendance .
college or university, how to world's royalty for adults. Lit. and enjoyed the pro Ernest Darkins, son of Mr. art and took a minor in educa-
get scholarshipsopportunitiesin tle do we know It, but few, : gram. We always look forwardto and Mrs. T C. Daniels of 11215 tion at FAMU. A graduate of
the armed forces, and local very. few If any of tese lads Color Day with. great antic! Jackson St., Richmond Helfcihts) Miami's Booker T. WashingtonHigh
training available after high will ever witness an actual pation. It Is the day when the Miami suburb, puts the finishing School, he will spend the
school. coronation save that through a pupil and teachers proudly touches on a mural in the next few weeks deciding which
medium of a television. wear our colors of yellow and Florida A and M University of several loU offers to ,acceptfor
"The parent and student tak green, Student Union Building Just before next fall. lie will decide between -
ing a Unified critical look at The moments of glory success offers to teach art at
their capabilities, interests, and : and effort became a reality The Savings Club of Bethune graduation. the secondary school level and
disires, especially the student, for these two little people Elementary visited ,the Frank Darkins! who received the B. work with commerlclal art
based on objective and subjective who constantly live In the lin Savings and Loan Associat A. degree from the College of., firms
data can better chart for world of make believe. One ion. Each pupil opened a sav-
additional training after high very few, if any, of these lads ings account. This was an experience chorus will appear at New
school a course of action explained satisfaction shown on the facesof for the younsters. Macedonia Baptist Church
Broward ,
Mr' Bohannon. Bedella Campbell, and Lor- They were shown through each I
Accoddlng to Mrs._ Bohannon, rle Stafford, first and second department of the bank and 2201 SW 18th Ave. Sunday, May
the self-evaluation program, initiated runner ups in the contest. were greeted by the President County 10th during morning service.
during the first semes Many parents, like the children, Billy E. Miller In his private Everybody Is Invited to come
ter by the ninth grade counselor "wore' faces through which office. The club members came News and enjoy Mother's Day
which is chaired by Mrs. Por- bright rays of sunshine showed away delighted with this y Rev B, L. Mack
tia Sands is to ,become an annual Teachers Mary L. Thomas, andGel.thna their first experience In bank pastO
activity. Williams, too, were almost ing. The following pupils are By ,
bUring the regular day (Tues. in tears -tears of Joy. officers: President, Godfrey Walter Bowe
day) on which report cards The final 'victories, however, Spicer Secretary, Helen King, Attention
belonged to all persons who Treasurer, Pamela Hutchson
to be students ,
were given ,
were helpful In working tot and Reporter Debra Williams. Home Owners
the eleventh grader did not re Klcm. 14
CONT. Liberty gut
celve theirs. They were In order HONOR ROLL for the fifth There will be n Breakfast at For quality building
to get their: report' card: requested six week period: Grade 2: Greater St. Luke Baptist churchat additions and remod.lln.PL
by the guidance departmentand Cynthia Collier 2.8: Vanesa Mc 42nd Ave. and 15th St. West .
other administrators: to B. T. W. School News Donald 2.7 and Edna Louise Hollywood, Sunday morning: 4-0655
come Wednesday night, to the Mathis 2.8. at 7 a.m. May 10 sponsoredby
school and bring with them Again this summer the Booker Grade three Rickey' the Fire D : Pyfrom
their parents. T. Washington High School 2.7; Jenetta Griffin 2.0; Linda lywood. Sermon by Rev. Johnson From $5 per week
Report cards were distributed offers a special opportunity to I Joseph 2.0; Marchill Washington Come one come all. FHA OR BANK TERMSFla.
to students and their par- all students who wish to starton 2.6; Esther Williams 2.5 Donation 100.
ents and the counselors explained a band Instrument. I Myrtle Jackson 2.5; Sarah Howard ; Room Kitchens

the grading system, There Is no better time than 2.0; Twylla Nolan 2.5; Jull- The Mt. Zion AME Churchof Bedroom. Bathroom
test Information.scores, and other valuable summer to begin the study of et Spicer 2.5. West Hollywood at 18th St. Carporte. Garage.
and 52nd Ave. is sponsoring
a !Hand Instrument. Children
have 'plenty of time to prac- Grade- 4: Otis D Jones Jr. 2.5; a ,play Sunday night at the Awnings Fence >
Charles Smith, long time history
Pamela Meares 2.5 Wanessa church entitled "Heaven
tice, and Mr. Savage, the Instructor ;
teacher, was the :' News Realty Inc.
among .
Individual Moss 2.5.Grade Hound/ Come and enjoy the ,
can give them all -
nine teachers throughout Dade 5: Willie Davis 2.7; Linda play
attention.It is a (BUILDERS DIVISION)
County chosen by the Dade
Stephen 2.6; Marsha John- .
County Board of Public Instruction known fact two that and boys three and times girls son 2.6; Linda McClendon 2.6; The Gay Ladles of West Hollywood 4740 NW 7th Ave.
delegate to the progress
as a
Patricia Jennings 2.5 and Linda
are giving their Spring nfl,,
Freedoms Foundation Seminar, as rapidly during the six weeks Jackson 2.5,
Dance Monday night May 11th
15-17 1061. The seminar is summer program.
May Grade six Delores
: Shepherd at the Paradise Club in Liberia
to Smith be held, along in Philadelphia.with the other The Band Parents Club the 2.9; John McMln 2.8; Debra Williams Music by the Roosevelt Parker Best Method to Sell!

weight delegates is scheduled to PTA and the Homeroom Teachers 2.7; Sheila Spicer 2.7; "Manish Boys."
Marvin Ellis 2.7; Ruby Hums A Classified Ad!
leave Miami Friday, May 15, sponsored a fund raising 2.7 Helen
King: 2.7 Pamela
on National Airlines Jet Flight activity for the purpose of pur. Hutcheson 2.7; Pauletta; Moor- The Attucks High School
No. 10 and arrive in Philadelphia chasing some needed Instru- 2.7 Favors
man ; Eugene 2.7;
at 12:15: p.m. D.S.T. ments, band unfiorm accessor-,> Everlene Johnson 2.5; Donald Central Life's West Palm Beach OfficeThe
The delegates will leave''' Phi. les and some additional uni I Sherry 2.5; Nancy Wims, 2.5.
ladelphia on National AirlinesJet forms.
Flight No. three Sunday. I I After a very hard working
May 17, and arrive in Miami at Aside from donations from I period of three weeks, the PTA
11:20: a.m. E.S.T. some of the Band Parents Club climaxed Its annual "Mr. and
members. PTA and students I Miss Bethune Contest. The :

Bonnie M. Floyd, a business the following organizations, I teachers, parents and students
education student at Mays churches and businesses con- ''I were very excited over this
late last month was, for her tributed as follows: The Dad- I event and on Tuesday, April
outstanding leadership abilities dies Club, Robert Clark, president 21, the crowning ceremoniestook
scholastic average and achievements $50; John Griffin American place. The cafeteria was
and work in her com- Legion Post, Robert Clark, beautifully decorated with the I
munity, award a plaque by the commander $10; Mt. Olivette I school colors (apple green and
Gamma Alpha Chapter of Iota Baptist Church, $15; Grand canary yellow) Each room was
Phi Lamtfa Sorority, Inc. Union Co. $15; Greater Bethel represented with a boy and a
TME Church. 86.03; Dr. Albert (girl and they marched down
Earl A. Wells, 'principal of T. Edwards, $15; Mt. Zion Baptist the Isle to the music of the
Mays will be the Men's Day Church, $25; BTW Cafterla Triumphal March from Aida,
speaker Sunday, at the Bethel 1 1'S.n.A Staff, Mrs. Mary C. Wright, director The suspense was<< broken after above in the new and modern company-owned West
Church in Homestead, $20 St. Luke Baptist Mrs. Naomi Symonette named
; Palm Beach district office| building located at WO :13th
Fla. The program will begin at Church $15. the winners: Third prize, fourth
4:30: p.m. I grade, Veronica Williams and Street. The company also owns Its district office In Miami,*.,

Mrs. Catherine DinkIns, read. The Concert Band Junior Eldricat Johnson, Mrs. Best, Penacola, Orlando, Lakeland and Bradenton. The comp
ing teacher, and Mrs. Janet Band and Dance Band presented teacher. Second prize, sixth Aa)'. program calls for ownership of all Its district office.
Brown, accounting clerk, are on a musical on April 20. If grade, Steve Dawson and Cas-
leave because their fathers' you did not attend, you misseda sandra Rolle, Mrs. D. Blount, Central Life Offers For Your
died. Brown is in Orlando, Fla., treat. The BTW High Step- teacher. First prize, first grade,
and Dinkins is in Birmingham, ping Marching Band will parade Derrick Jones (Mr. Bethune) Consideration
Miss Be-
McKenzie (
Ala. downtown on May 8 gar- and Star

-... -..... ---......... nished by beautiful acrobatic er.thune The), Mrs.winners B. were Greene crownedby teach. Modern And Attractive Policies From $1,000 up to

majorettes. the PTA president, Mrs. G. $50,000
Newsboys WantedTo Perkins.the .


Jobs in County getting this large number of
IN RICHMOND HEIGHTS unemployed people Jobs, we Our Representative Will be Happy to Explain to You
were still unable to fill 1.250
Dade County's unemployedfound other Jobs that we had available OUR FAMILY GROUP PLAN
Contact Richmond Heights 3.229 Jobs through the
Florida State Employment Service's during the month. Father, Mother, and all Children Under 21 jwar of Ace
Out of the total number of Insured Under One Policy
offices during the monthof
Drug said
placements made, Tyson
April said Harry L. Tysojn, that the FSES found Jobs for Kew-boTM Automatically Insured After 15 Day

14638 Lincoln Boulevard Miami Metropolitan Area Man 160 handicapped persons and Branch Office Statewide in Florida and Alabama
ager for the FSES. that 1,408 women were also
said that litotjh placed on Jobs.
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. Dorsey Junior, High 'DCSLA Annual TeaThe NOTICE ,

PAGE 16 SATURDAY, MAY] 9, 1964 Band in ConcertThe Dade County School All members of the Grand
United Order of Pall-Bearers \
L School Band Dorsey will Junior present High its Lunch Association. requests Inc., interested in being ,a part f

annual Spring Concert Friday, your presence at Its Annual Tea of the Pall-Bearers Choir, to
the Grand
!! May 15, in the school auditor. Crowning the Queen of the sing which during convenes in Miami Lodge In

f Spearing ium.The year "Miss School. Lunch" Sun- July are asked to be present at
sixty-piece band is proudof day afternoon, May 17, from 4 the hall on Gth Ave., on Wednesday -

the many successful perform 6 p.m., at West Dunbar Elementary and Friday, May 6-S, for

I With ances that it has given this School 750 NW 20th St; Rehearsal. at 8 p.rrh ,
Sports year. These preformances include air conditioned. It Iliggs-cholr 'dIrectorEd
an excellent program presented
for PTA and several assembly Donation thanks.May 916. Williams, chairman,
By HARRY SPEAR the school.
'.N programs at ... .... .... .... .... ..... ..... ....
......... ... -..... "- -'......... ,....... -.......................................... -.................... The band was given acknow-

BUDDY PACK PROMOTING'SOJIETl the Miami Auditorium for, a performance ledgement for at the Its County.wldeJunior wonderful Now, Open For Your Convenience
NG NEW solid ,
hour and a half watching High School Band FestivaL -
Starting this Friday May 8th all other sports writers'.and, so Dr., Otto Kralnhaar from
there will be a Cruise on the forth going thru the frontVgate the University of Miami, and AL'S TAILORING S
Orange Sun which includes a with a fist full'of passes, I was Dr. Howard Doolln the super- ,
boxing shoal for $6.50, you can lucky to get In';; which was' no visor of, Music 'for Dade County 1
dance to a calypso band, play credit to Lee. If I didn't,get in Iwouldn't' .PuMlc Schools, and several t
games, see good fights, free have missed m u c h. other, administrators from the And ;
cocktails' during the fights, and The show was a disappointment School Board/ extended congra- Cleaning LaundryQuality
,enjoy a nice cruise. This in- to some. This paper is increasing tulations 'and praised the band
.eludes' every thing. Starting I steady, has quite a circulation for its high l } .1 level of performingability.
'from Pier 3 at 9th St. and Bis- and your sports editor Is .; cleaning at reasonable prices
ayne Blvd. at 8:45: p.m. where proud to be a columnist for it. ? .J',
:;you can find and enjoy your- You will be surprised h 0 This year's concert will be Shirts Finished
:self for so small amount. Make receives a dopy of each edition highlighted ,by many enjoyable Beautifully

,this an appointment, come one, from me.. Leading sportswriters : selections such as, "The
,come all and have a ball. Hop- Ring Magazine, Sports Illustrated Mikado". '"The American Pa-: ONE DAY SERVICE
ing to see you all Friday the and many others. ,tror\.Tie ,,Crusaders",, and ,
'8th. I I.I\ MIAMI MARLINS "Time Out,for A Jam Session". Expert alterations! () *' on premises
While the Marlins are on the The guest'artists for this year'
Pan American had one of the road, the management Is hardat will be Mr. 'Preston .Marshall, 751-6&2
'most exciting fights seen hereIn work preparing special arrangements an instructor at Dorsey Max- 5410 NW 12th Ave. Phone '.
decade. Murchison for the weekend ine Brooks a, ninth grader at
a, and
Anez) were the boys who were 'igames of May 8, 9 and 10. Dorsey, will render a bassoon L l -........- - 4 ....-.-- ......... : L --...-," ..... ..........L
responsible for this. There was The, night of the 8th has been solo entitled, "Down in the,
never a let up Slam-bang from designated as University of MIami Deep Cellar".
'beginning to the end. Night The Marlins are entertaining -
of the band
The membership

It was so close the Judges could .
Sarasota and
a number
reflected some of Dorsey's most JET TV CLINICHOME
have called it a draw. The two of University students and talented students. Parents and I I
judges and the referee had
faculty members have been friends'' of the school will 'find
nez Just one point ahead. I have
Invited to attend' the
game. the concert an evening of ecsta
never seen a crowd so satis- On the 9th the Marlins again tic ''enjoyment.. The donation is SERVICE CALLS $1.00
fied. When I went to the gym play Sarasota and this time it
one' dollar for adults' and fifty
the next day they were still]] will be Barry College] Night. A cents for students. Day or Night
talking about it and the
prices number of young ladles from
were. only $1.00 general admission the College]] will sit In a special We Service All Makes of

and $1.75 ringside. section of the Stadium: VAN RUDOLPH ROBINSON
The peppy matoh ,broughtthe May the 10th is Mother's Day
crowd to its feet many and the Marlins DARRYL WYNN'
are doing their
We Also RentTV's
times during the fight but nez share to honor Mom. Miami ? ,
proved the better of the pair The annual "Baby Contest"of
plays St. Petersburg that
over the distance with his a double-header beginning nightIn at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church by the week or month

Jabs and combination punches. 0 p.m. A beautiful will terminated 'on Monday, April
It was a gruelling prude fight I he given to the first corsage 100 moth. 6, at the church. The winners '
from the opening bell., 1 era who enter the Stadium. captured prizes of $50; $35; and 907 N..W.. 2nd AVENUEPhone

The crowd booed long and Other gifts will be made to $25 respectively

loud when the Judges and MI- the oldest mother, the young First prize was' won by, little FR 4-2044 .
est mother and the
ami boxing commission mem- mother Van Rudolph Robinson, son of
bers huddled for about 15 min- who brings along the most
Dr. and Mrs. Van Robinson of
utes before announcing the children. It should be,, a fest 1705 NW 48th' Terr. Second J.. V
ye families
winner. in the Miami area.many prize winner was Sheila Louise I ..
In the preliminaries Jimmy Phillips (not pictured), daughter FORD REALTY SPECIALS

: Beasley knocked out Bobby UGA COMES: TO MIAMI of Mr. and Mrs. Arnet
Dawson in first round of scheduled 1967 Phillips of Opa-Iocka Darryl
six-round welterweight Miami has been selected as Wynn, the son of Mr.and Mrs 1762 NW 42nd Street

bout; Stu Duncan and Lou the mid-winter conference and William A. Wynn; of 1352 NW I Excellent buy. FHA down payment $350. Well kept
Wooten battled to six-round summer golf tournament site 41st St., won the third prize.
draw* in welterweight; Grady of the United Golf Association 2-bedroom home.
Ponder declsloned Nino Marti for 1067. First prize winner was spon
This announcement by Max sored by choir No. one; second
four-rpund; lightweight} ; Jerry
1480 NW 55th Street
Powers dedsloned George Sawyer well Stanford;' UGA president, prize came in under the spon-

four-round lightweight came at' the conclusion of the sorship of Ward No. 15, Ward ,Renovated large house. Fenced'yard $295 down.
No. 12 assistance the
Next week's Pan Ammaln 39th .annual meeting of the as- gave to
i event. Whip Johnson and Olle sociation's officials and dele third prize winner. The> proceeds Move right in. .
Wilson, 10 rounds. This is a gates of' the 50-member 'clubsat from the contest. netted .
., heavyweight fight. Indianapolis 243542. The tremendous response WE HAVE HUNDREDS .OF OTHERS
I. Ernest Hayes, delegate of the of our members and
(HONY LONGI is training member Par and Birdie Club frends In this effort,' brings us FORD REALTY Inc.
f ,hard for a fight' in the near fu of Miami, represented the closer to the realization of bet. ,
, ture. He Just got married, ,by southeastern conference at the ter equipping our facilities for 569 N.W. 54th Street 758.8761 ;
1 \ the, sway, meeting : the use of our young people in
,, The tournament, which i
a program of Youth Development -
annually attracts more than Open Saturday, and! Sunday all day
\. ZEN) KENTHAL started train i
350 golfers, will be in Indiana. I .. _
ing for a'"comeback: Len is 8 '"---- ----- "'"'.A'I- !' L!! .eoeo III.I! !! .
good looking heavyweight out polls this year, followed by
Detroit in
of._Washington, N.C. He Is a 1065 and Chicago In A Classified Ad Will PayOff '

I, former Marine is managed by A Miami Times Classified Ad
LOU RUBENSTEIN and trained in Big D. .d en d a" .. .
by TZZY KLINE. Len de
.. .. before he appeared In the. ,iI'S
i ',.':-' ; |.OlymplCa: .'rh:1: .was"l the ama-.. '
I, ; ; ,: > !;; > :
t : TONIGHT 1 t '"
; o!
; .
f'W'l. '
; ,-"trt" ": 'tI' ,
I. I"I :: .u&.JA.J\o.-: <4TOANO: keep-i\ '. "j \'. MultlilltoH dollar .
*:> '*lh aifctete&i tfetehR;<( lightweight championship! bout?: ."h ,
Lou Gross watches Willie like a
1066.'I .... _
'i hawk.
I' ,: .
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: '. The ANDY 'FRA IN organization '
!Is a tremendous outfit. i I I
Dressed In blue uniforms- with'
gold trimmings and stripes,
makhig' a smart appearance
ThfeV work at dog tracks ballparks TRACK ,,
$ boxing and wrestling FREE PARKNG
shpwA ,and numerous other, : B'15 KM FREE ADMISSION
sporting 'events all over the, .MC
1 USA.'.Supervising this outfit is 4a. DURINGfiCIlOOMXG
f none other than JOE SHERI RACES
: MAN, one time great fighter ADMISSION p :x ; v No minors admitted-

and t crowd ,;leaser ,who boxed

many a leading fighter In the I ,t f,

, early' 1910's around ::8\< half cen.tul'Y -- It .

{ .agor Iii'.' -

,i I wonder If DICK LEE recog J Oil TH END GRAND OPENING MAY 19
nizes ,The Miami Times as a
;y1 i t newspaper' pr Just .a. pamphlet COLLINS AVE.

;: handed rout on the street. The NOW! Closed 'Circuit FLACLER KENNEL: CLUB
,,"-',,; reason for maWm' '* this !state'ment"I9wafter
'standing outside T-I.ii,,M 37th AVENUE and 7trv STREET Northwest MIAMI

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