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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 16, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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41st YEAR, No. 36 MIAMI, FLORIDA*, SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1964 16 PAGES 10 CENTS



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Seek move all the bishops. The Rev. two-third vote Is necessary to
Fred Coleman of Tennessee take it off the table;

Switch of Bishops presented the resolution and
moved that the vote be by Bishop Greene's ruling cre-

The plan of U1e'Brotherhood secret ballot. The Rev Powellof ated loud opposition and an I
ugly situation developed.
to rotate bishops of the AME the second district made a I

Church, like many a well-laid substitute motion that the BISHOP NICHOLS OUT "i!
plan of "mice and men," fell general conference vote, tty:
short last Thursday, by a vote districts. The bishops voted to recom-
of 960 to' 210 at the conferenceIn Senior Bishop S. L. Greenewas mend the expulsion of Bishop
Cincinnati, Ohio, Unrest presiding. He ruled that D. Ward Nicholas who was
among the laymen poses threatof the vote be: by: districts, which found guilty recently by a
a split in the ,ranks' of the left the cohtrol of the dele- Philadelphia court' of embezz-

100-y ar-old denomination.Most gates in the hands of the various ling $100,000 from the church. TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE, Ala. I.: named All-Institute Scholar

Wednesday night bishops. The General Conference will Sceiva B. Adams, accept the and honor student. A ,member .1
was spent by the BrotherhoodIn The vote was taken, DGO to act on the case. annual Irving Anthony Der- ,', of Alpha Kappa Mu Honor

planning the strategy to 210; to table the resolution AI' BALL HEARING DUE blgny Memorial Award from Society And Delta Sigma Theta
Tuskegee Institute (President L. Sorority, she plans to attend ;
Charges have been filed H. Foster at the 28th Annual graduate school after commencement -
against Bishop W F. Ball of Scholarship night held here recently t

"States'Haven't Done A Florida, alleging misconduct In The scholarship cup is
Africa, Texas and Florida. awarded the graduating senior Miss Adams is the daughterof I II
I' They are to be heard this with exemplary achievementsand I Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Adams. .' ,!
week. scholarship in, the highest Mr Adams is principal of Dun-
The Council of Bishops is order. Miss Adams was also I bar Elementary School.

Damn ThingsTrumanLBJ trying to raise the education I J
money from $4 to $5 as
usual assessment per mem- I '

I "Let's Settle ,Debt ber. Sir John Hotel Knight

I Asks Equal Job SMALL ATTENDANCEThe i
With This, GroupNEW
attendance Is said to be

Opportunities YORK -- "We've left it the smallest in the past 20 Beat Change Hands
years. The milling crowd of
President Johnson said he has and
to the states for 100 years 25,000 has been reduced
to an
heads of .1
asked nearly 200 cor-
hayen't .done a damn .1I
portions to extend their efforts they estimated 8,000, this year. I
,thing ,about it," snapped Jlarry Dave Problnsky has bough Problnsky built the Knight
to"beyond open 'equal their Jot office*,opportunities doors and, S. 'Truman. "This condition has COUSIN A FAVORITE- ... the Knight Beat in the Si I r Beat in 1050 and operated it p',
been 'going John Hotel on NW) 3rd Ave until I960. It has attracted !'
long enough-too
'lip- plant gates and Jnto their communities on Leading candidates for bishop
and 6th St., from Sam Rabin Both white
and Negro '
.H* long in fact are the Rev. Lutrelle Long, patron- M
"I have asked l itnenVpersonal son of the late Charlie Long, age, t I
"So ,I let settle this
us
write to the of say great preacher of Florida whois
ly to manager
Also said have
debt this to bought
to large of our
enlist group in New Orleans Rev.S. State IntegratedTrack
each of the plants to pastor
neglected citizens once andfor part ownership into the S 1 r
menthe leaders of their A Cousin of Miami and the
these John Hotel '
all and be done with it"The is George Aumaltre, 'i i
communities an effort to Rev, S. H. Hunter Jr. retired Meet Here and
popular wealthy ex-New
get this Job done," Johnson former president thus endorsed colonel of the Army chaplains.. York business man. '
told the President's Committeeon the civil rights bill I ,
Equal Employment Opportu pending in the U S. Senate.In May 23 While changes are being
nlty. made and Problnsky is in New p
The Sunshine State Invita- q
He asked the group of business a speech to tne radio and NAACP Spectacular tional track meet May 23, has York to book name acts, the
labor and religious leaders -' :television broadcasters division promised to bring to Miami the club will remain open. The f
meeting in Washington$ to of the United Jewish Appealof Sunday 7:30 p.m. largest array of high school management a is going back to
help push the civil rights bill Greater New York, Truman track talent in the history of the policy Of presenting top
to enactment in Congress. called upon the Senate to pass Fla. singing artists and bands.
"One hundred years after the bill without further delay I II Bayfront Park Jim May, meet officials for Talks are being made with
Lincoln signed the Sarah Vnughan's
Abraham I
South Miami said agents and its
Jaycees
Emancipation, Proclamation, we expected that she will be
Tuesday, invitations are being
lot of emancipationto signed soon.
have
got a
K mailed to the "top individualsand
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"That do yet.bill must be passed.We teams" throughout the Clyde Killens, popular man-

cannot see. our democratic sys ; state about-town, remains as the
;
1
'itd1.X to make
tem spend 60 days on this legislation "We are going every Knight Boat manager
effort to bring the teams
t 4 We top
(
and then fail I
Problnsky is also the
here, May said. "We had an ownerof
it Is going to fall unless -
"But
outstanding meet last year and Zissen's Bowery at NW 17th
the people of the countrylet Street and Miami Ave. and he
many of the same boys will be
the Congress know how they expects to switch acts from
back We're going to enlist the !
feel. I aid of other Jaycee clubs and Knight Beat to that spot.

organizations to' bring the boys

3 Teenagers ShotS here. I think we should have a .
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fi.. yVi ry great meet." .. Cocoa Public "T. ...
By Party Crashers Thirty eight state championsfrom
Class, AA, A and Negro I
Three youths were .shot by meets are among those invited Housing To Stay .f' !

It party crashers who broke un a .,
birthday' 'celebration )Saturday rA White ?
night and police continued a i Dismissal !
of
manhunt for the culprit SUn- They won't he Integrated un
I less Uucle Sam comes down
.' day.Two ,of the boys both 17. Principal QuestionedAbout here with- hi* Navy and inte-
were seriously wounded in thp 1,000 students at Carver gates them,", Lloyd Ramshur, I
r squabble',and street chase that High School; 'Delrav Beach, authority executive director
followed, ,Sheriffs deputiessaid. staged a three-day demonstration said of the 250-unlt low-rent i
last week' to 'protest the public housing project under
The party was In pro rres" i I suspension of their Principal, construction at Cocoa, Fia.
Staurday night at 7163 NW 22nd Anthony H- Holiday -
Ave., when -several persons Charles Byron, attorney for Ramshur conceded, in his
walked onto'the-front lawn and New' Sanctuary Dedication Sunday Holiday, said Tuesday, he ques speech at the Downtown CocoaAssociation's If
started a fist fhrht, police said. tions the authority, of Sur>erln- April meeting "Idon't ''t
One of the Intruders pulled tendent John Martin in dismissing know how that will holdup 1\f
The Church of the .0 n Apgar and Markham Construction "
pe in the"court, but the I''
a .22 and fired a bullet that I Door, United Church of Christ Co. It is unusual in design the principal. segregation -
policy is being followed
struck Samuel Elliott, of 2342 .will dedicate its Sanctuary on and IB attracting much "A, suspension by the super-
NW 78th St., in the ankle; : Sunday, May 17, '3.30; pm. Various comment. intendent can be made only In all over the South" in housing
As the party crashers, ran. religious leaders of the The congregation, barely five emergency cases," Byron said. projects that got underway }before
Nov.
20 1063.
they were chased by several city 'and state will, participate' years old, has grown to nearly "What emergency existed last ,
.;. boys, including Harvey Roberts, In the program and. 300 communicants, and acquired Thursday, 'when Holiday was He noted that on that date
1 2155 NW, 74th Terr and Charles Choir under'' the dtafetorchlp properties located at suspended, no one Is aware of. President Kennedy signed a directive !t
King, of 2366'NW 74th Terr. of William S. Johnson will pro- 8th Ave. Northwest GOth St. to "What I fall to understand is calling for public nous-
Roberts was shot in the left vide special music, for the occasion 61st Sts. valued at $170,000. the action taken at this particular Ing projects to be Integrated. I
side and Jeff and bullets hit time, and Martin's reason The first one the directive affects
King In the'chest and back during The general public is cordial. for doing It," the attorney add- 'In Brevard County Is the-
the chase. They were admit- .The, edifice was designed by ly invited. A fellowship tea 54.unit project
Jackson Memorial Hos- T.' Trip Russell and Associates will be ed.The proposed: for the
ted to held following the ser- students returned to Booker Heights section of Mel
pital in serious condition. and the general contractor was mon. school on Monday. bourne he said.





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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Homecoming A Maryland Senator

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1964 Success At Lantana



HospitalSunday, May 3, marked Charged In ShootingBALTIMORE

another Spring Party, known
home coming. This time
as
o fi e, a s
when the Sunshine Club of A Negro who took five shots at her.

Dade County, the Friendship member of the Maryland Houseof Four other men, all Negro,
Garden Club of Miami. We wisha Delegates has Ueen released were Indicted earlier In connection
special thanks to the Garden under $7,500 bond after he was with the case.
Club It's president, and merm- ,
with Inspiring a conspiracy -
charged "I at loss to know
bers for the many beautiful am a the
kill the Negro
only
to
"
motives behind this said
pots of flowers more than 80 Mrs.
in number. State Senator. Welcome. She said she was
1fAY'ILIJ be a busy month Mrs. HILDA SMITH returned Ernest D. Young, 36, shocked at hearing of Young's
for all of us If we as good citizens to Nassau for a week's visit i The Sunshine Club potted and is Delegate of three Negro membersIn Indictment.
observe the next three after Ueing away for 45 years. : gathered more than 350 pots one A grand jury re
House.
weeks sponsored by various the amount of plants given at the Young, who appeared with
groups In our city. May 10-10 Mrs. EUNICE LIBERTYwas the hospital was far more than turned an Indictment against his attorney \.. a hearing! to determine .
has been designated as "Clean. a gracious hostess to Sig- I 400. We wish to thank the members him yesterday.The his bond, was mute.

Up, Paint Up, Fix Up Industries ma Gamma Rho Sorority on friends, and well wishersfor senator against whom he The Indictment chages that
Week; May 17-23 will We Saturday evening.Mrs. a beautiful Job Is accused of conspiring Mrs. "did feloniously, incite, move,

"Don't be a Litterbug Week" In ) CLEO TERRELL of Every pot was wrapped with Verda Welcome, 48, Is the first procure, aid counsel, hire and
aluminum foil to It a command" the other
an effort to make our city igive defendants"to
Chicago, made a quick trip to Negro woman to serve In the
clean and May 24-30 will cost more attractive appearence.The kill and murder" Mrs.
Miami
last week. assembled the Maryland Senate.
party at
you a little money It's called Welcome.
"Clean Up Your Lot Week." OUR SYMPATHY to Mrs. Dixie Park Pool and Library She was slightly wounded by

WE WILL CERTAINLYmiss her Olympia brother Nelson Harold In the P. loss Minus.! of chartered Department Wus at an 10 autos a.m.; ,there by two bullets after she was am- Best Method to Sell!

Mrs. Elizabeth Vlrrlck's 65 In this her home the
were or more group bushed outside
name as leader of the Coconut MAY YOUR Birthday be n arriving at the S. E. Hospitalat night of April 10 by someone A Classified Ad!
Grove Citizens Committee for hnppy one, Llzzlo Gnecn, An- noon; every pne enjoyed a
Slum Clearance. "ela Johnson Ann West. Frank delicious dinner.
You've fought a 'fgood fight Woodard, Alma Keener, Rachel Then the plants were distri-
Mrs. Vlrrlck and from all of Reeves and Pamela Meares. buted to every patient, three
us a sincere, "thank you." were placed In the chaplains
THE COCKTAIL PARTY office with the staff retting the
ST. JAMES BAPTIST for Lincoln National Bank over plus.To those who workedfor
Church, Rev. John L. Johnson stockholders:; and other local many weeks getting ready
pastor will sponsor Its 2nd annual Bankers! was n lively gathering.The for this event and to those who Is it
Junior Church program Damnn Yankee Restaurant transported the plants to the proper
Sunday, May 17. At the mornIng did on excellent catering job Community Center; your kind
service Rudolph Orjuolna. ness shall always be remem-
a senior at Booker T. Washing ADULT GIRL SCOUT lead bered, many, many thanks to to call for
ton High will be the speaker ers will attend a workshon Sat. each of you.
urday 2 to 4 T>.m. at Manor Israel! Armstrong, president
MRS. SARA VEAOER fir., I Park If you are 'Interested' In Sunshine Club
Is! hospitalized and so Is James helping Senior Girl Scouts, Mrs. Mamie B. Coplin, chair R Gordon's by name
Hall A cheery hello Is sent come out and find out how you man wrapping committeeMrs.
your way. Hurry and get well. can. Irene Jefferson, reporter

CONGRATULATIONS to BELATED: Co'rntnlallon9' in English Pubs ?
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Adams to Mr. Hnr1 Mrs. William "Mr.
upon the recent accomplishments Wondprfnl"' MpPrUle (fRmmn: '.%

of their daughter, Scelva on their 21st Wedding Annlver_
who Is the recipient of the sary: celebrated recently..
James Foundation
for graduate study. Scholarship Scelva has JOTTN H. BOSTON nnd Mrs. It's not a matter of being proper. It's

also received awards for scholastic Ruth Boston:; his' charming nndpetite unnecessary. For when most Englishmen

excellence from: The Ed wife, celebrated theirweddIng' 4 ask for gin they Gordon's.After
ucatlon Faculty The Dorcus L. nnnlversarv Sunday. expect to get .
Davis. Hazel W. Trov. RobertD. Mav 10. Friends are wlshlnr *> all, its distinctive dryness and delicate

Reid and Special Education. for thl! : hapnv /rouplp many ,' flavour have been a part
more vnars of hAnn1npClCl Congratulations -
Along with Scelva's academic
achievement, she has been very and best 1 wishes.Mrs. of English life for 195 years. ''

active In campus organizations. BLOVFVA Mf14Pf1; Americans, however, have

Min nnd Mrs. FRED BRYANTof ami' Mrs: Lucia Edden aunts of been enjoying Gordon's <

Fort Worth, Texas are Actor Sidney PolMp*. and his for a somewhat shorter
sister. Mrs Rubv Rears
guests of Mrs. Llllle Mathews. returned of time. So it is
last wppk from N<" C.IU: span ;
The Bryants are enjoying their where thev attended tin wise(and "
In receptions proper)to spe
stay our city.
liven In his honor. Poltlpr ,
Gordon's GO.DQH
cify by
Mrs. E. R. IIANNA (Carol recently received! the award for Ai'SAN name.

Lee) left Sunday for Nassau beim the best actor for 1903.! : ANTONIO, Tex -- Airman Your first sip of a

after spending Mother's Day Hezekiah A. Brown Jr.. Gordon's martini will r"

with her mother, Mrs. Marie rooper. I son Of Mrs. Hazel B. Alfred of tell you why it's the big-
\.,; 5100 NW 30th Ave. Miami, Fla., jlONDONDRY
Attend Beach MeetTwo
gest selling here
has completed Air Force basic gin over GINrerurr
CHARMING Ovn Klllons wns military training at Lackland as well as in Englandand ,.,.
hostess for the Cwest Club at mombers rf the administrative AFB, Tex.Airman.
her home this week. Mrs. Oscar stuff of' Florida A nnd the rest of the world.

Range Is .president of this M University were In attendance Brown is being assigned
socially prominent group of herr ot thp recent meetings to the Air Force Systems
ladles. of th Florida Associationof Command's (AFSC) Patrick
Col1w.ps and Universities AFB, Fla., for training and duty PRODUCT OF U.S.A.CISTXLtt LONDON Dlt 6U.100X KDTUltPttlTS

THE ENGLISH DEPT. of I find the Florid Association as a musician. His new base cisTiiuo FROM mil M floor.cotoors wt en co,LTD,mot,i j.
Booker T. Washington presented of Colle lntp and Admissions' supports the AFSC mission of

a Shakespearan Festival. Offers held at the Eden Roc research, development and testIng .
Many visitors the
enjoyed program : Hotel. of Air Force
planes and
as well as the superb missiles
bulletin board displays and Dr. (:pnrpp W. Gor. Tr., president systems.
scrapbooks., Evelyn Mincey, as of Florida A and M, a member
chairman of the department of tho pypruttvf committee Our children, our
provided fine leadership. nf' the FlorMri A'SfiMnMon! of I LEGAL NOTICEComptroller teachers, and our community .
Collpcps and Universities,(served:
JACKIE ROBINSON is the ss! moderator nf n mnel dlsrus-: ; of the need .
co-author of a new book on the ,ton:; on "Problems of under-
Negro's break through In base- ball TREASURY Jack D.Gordon
,FAMU D'rpctor' pf' Admls-'! .
CONGRATULATIONS to sons' and Rprords EVlwIn M DEPARTMENT OF ,w ,3*
nil of the candidates confirmedon Thorpe, attended the meeting .

last Sunday at both Incar- of thp Florida Association! nfCollp .. UNITED STATES ..
nation and Transfiguration 'rlatp: T7p'?'lstnr? rind Admissions a > ?i
Churches.! I do not know all of Officers. HP Is n mem- Washington, D. C. Yh
the candidates but I would like Vr of thp association's( com- '
WHEREAS, satisfactory on the School t
mltpp evi- Board.
to mention Andria Harrison I on records "T"f1 rptwts
dence ,
has been
Herman Williams which' mpt In snoohl cession: presented to
Mary and 4
Patty Styles, June Farquhar- prior to the annual conference. the that Comptroller"Lincoln of National the Currency Bank Please help us get out ,

song Noble Jones, Allison Clark, of Miami", located Miami the votes for him on

Frank Wright find flea Rich-. State of Florida has complied Tuesday. May 26. I
'"* ;
ardson. The JFCSC Meet with'all provisions of the
GET WELL statutes of the United States MRS. A. RANGE ''
WISHES
to
Edison Kemp aDd to Mrs. Avis Tile Jolly Friend Civic and before required being to be authorized complied with GARTH C. REEVES''
bedded clal flub met at thp home of to com-
Stewart In Jackson Me- mence the business of banking DR. E. A. WARD M
Mr Ida K. S'dnev.' Saturday
morial
Hospital.
as National NEAL
a Banking Associa ADAMSORGANIZATIONS '
night, April 25 for businessand tion: ___
SORRY TO HEAR'about recreation. The members
NOW
Nellie Killings who Is suffer- decided to worship In n body at by certify THEREFORE that the There-above- ENDORSING JACK CORDON
ing a foot Injury. Mt. Tabor Bnntlst: Church on named association Is authorizedto Dade County Young Democrats
.mlrJ*\v. the 17. of May The 'commence the business of Perrine Improvement Association
MRS CLUB, under the
club will alio be entertained at
:
banking as National South Dade
a
of Owen Welters Banking Political Action League
Jeadershp ,
the home of Mrs, Sara Simpson Association.IN Brownsville
entertained the Senior Citizensof Improvement Association
1993 NW 155th St. Opa-locka on TESTIMONY WHEREOF
Plaza with
Jolllvette a partyIn Longshoreman's Local 1416
witness my signature and seal AFL-CIO
celebration of Mother's Day. Saturday: night May. a at the of office this 16th day of April, Florida) City Voter's League
Arthurlne Strapp was chair- home of Mrs. .M. T. Daniels, lOOt Richond Heights Citizens
C820 NW 15th Ave. 8 JAMES J. SAXON Committee
man of this lively gathering p.m. Dade
County Equal .
Comptroller of the Opportunity Association
where each lady received an Members and friend are invited Currency All People's Democratic Association

orchid that she might wear on to attend. Charter No. 15307 Opa-locka Civic Club LEVER 12-A
Mother's Day. Mrs. B. 'Lewis, president June '20



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ANNIVERSARY OP COURT BAN ON SEGREGATION I Bohai'fi Hear Capital "MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. 1. ''i

SATURDAY MAY 16 1964 PAGE 3
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NAACP to Present Speakers ,
Baha'Is! !In the North Miami II
I Mrs. Carey Returns On Saturday night, Mrs.v: ,
area recently heard speakers '
Carey had the honor of. crown- $
from the Sunshine State capital ing the queen. Mrs. Adele McBride :-
Freedom SpectacularNAACP and the nation's 49th statein From Lily White of the Magic City Council
a series of Baha'i-oriented Been for another year. ",
illustrated lectures.
branches throughoutthe Confab Mrs. McBride was crowned
country will be participatIng From Delta Junction, Alaska, queen last year in Miami.
in a variety of events mark. FINE ARTS site of the U. S. Army's cold Mrs. Margaret' Carey, District -: The queen will journey to
Ing the 10th anniversary of the CONSERVATORYINVITES weather testing grounds, Tom Deputy of Lily White S. sau later In the summer as her
1954 Supreme Court decision I R. Baumpartner Jr., showed B. A. of the Miami area return. prize accompanied by Mrs.
outlawing segregation In the YOU TO colored slides: of scenes in Ala. ed on April 27, reporting a very Carey.
public schools, Sunday, May 17. ''I where he, his wife and their successful session. Mrs. Carey <
Chief SEVEN OAKS five sons have lived as Baha'i'pioneers" left on April 21, with a delega- Two of the Jrs., of the Miami
among these will be : since 1D57. tion of 12 from the different District also won prizes In the
the NAACP "Freedom Everyone Is invited Saturday .
Spectac lodges and on Friday morning, oratorical contest. Miss Mar-
ular" closed circuit television March 16 from 5:30: to 8:30: to :
Mrs. Thelma T. there were many others from
Gorham garet Asia of 181, 1st prize, an
show May 14 which will be the entire yard at Seven Oaks, Prom Tallahassee spoke the13aha'i our city.
on Miss Anita McGruder of 189 5th
seen In 40 cities across the na- 752 NW 7th St. Road Cocktail World Faith, illustrated
Hour International using prize. Mr. Ralph Johnson, president
tion.On Charlie- Austin's cuisine charts silk-sceened In On Sunday morning, Mrs. of 103 was assigned new
this occasion a special Strolling Italian Tenors Jazz Trio Baroque Suva, Fiji Islands. Mrs. Gor- Carey met two Gray Line buses deputy of the Miami area.
citation will be given Judge Records will the- ham is acting director of pub with the new uniform com See you in Ocala next year t 11 1
Thurgood Marshall, former etertalnment for tre supply occasionIt lic relations at Florida A & M pany headed by Mr. Claude

counsel for the NAACP, who Is a benefit for the Fine Arts University. Thomas, Mr. James McGruderand
figured so prominently In the Conservatory.The James Thyme, a Baha'i from Mr. Samuel Haygood, also
A Classified Ad Will
court action that brought about Fine Arts Conservatory Pela Spanish Honduras, was a 20 or 21 Jr., members from the Pay
the de-segregation ruling. (FAC to its friends) Is a non- guest at North Miami's Green the district and many other
profit educational Institutionfor Ancres Nursery, where Mrs. members to participate In the Off in Big Dividends
The Miami Branch, .in observing the creative arts. It was Gorham was guest speaker ata gigantic parade
this significant anni- chartered under the statutesof tea in her honor.
versary has prepared a Gospel the State of Florida in 1955.
Jazz Spectacular for Bayfront The principal objective of the Tom Baumgartner Jr. spoke SPECIAL NOTICE
Park Auditorium May 17. FAC since its Inception has beento and showed slides at the James i i
education and training E. Scott Community Center,
Featured as speaker will be prove in the arts for children- under the auspice:! of the I Photos ,taken at the DEBUTANTES' BALL will be

Rutledge the Pearson, president of whose creative potential Is Senior Citzens Club with displayed! for 10 days starting Friday, May 8, 5 to
Jacksonville Branch of the
frustrated. Mrs. Olive Alexander director,
NAACP who will tell "The Especially for Negro children and Mrs. Georgia Nelson, mem 9 p.m. at: the Archie Pinder Printery, 6400 NW 15th
Jacksonville Story." has It been difficult here in MI. ber of the board and chairman Ave. These photos will be shown each evening next
ami to find of the Senior Citizens'
qualified teachersat
Among will Vince the Gospel Martin,Jazz Fred Singers all levels, from the elementary I in charge. group week thru May 17. Special Sunday showing May

Neal, Bob Ingraham and other to. Ruth the advanced.Mrs. The Alaskan Baha'l also 10 ALL DAY 12 noon to 6 p.m. Deposits requiredon
Greenfield
folk singers of the songs of I is director of the school.founder I spoke and showed his slides at all orders.
freedom China Valles and Rev She Is aided the First Church of North

will Ira McCall be masters, radio of personalities ceremonies.The ,. inl.grated staff by a and well board qualified of ed Miami by ,the Congregational Rev. Jack Smith.pastor- GLAMOUR PHOTO SERVICEFor
trustees with
such
well known
time Is 7:30: p.m.: Admis-
sion free. citizens as Mary Ford Williams Mrs. Gorham spoke, using information call Bill Harris PL 9-0032
who Is vice chairman of the the FIJI Island silk-screened ..
board of trustees; Blanche Cal- charts, at a fireside In the
loway, Mosely Doles, Dorothy home of Mrs. Zylpha Sawyer
Cunningham And Graham and others.
Besides donation $2.00 to a In Opa-Locka, and at the

Rolle' Head worthy cause you may sip Baha'l Sunday School meeting SPEED QUEENNEW
Liberty cocktails and be royally enter- in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
tained Harold
Gulnyard.
City NAACP DriveBy 1964 MODELS


Theodore appointment R Gibson of NAACP Father North Florida -. OUEEN SPEED
President, and chairman of the Voting -- HEAVY
is
annual Spring$ membership i
drive, Daniel Cunningham andC. DUTY
Gaylord Rolle will chair the Drive ,- WRINGER ..
ResultsA .
drive In Liberty City. Brings HEAVY WASHER

The drive began April 30 and
will run through May 28th, a voter registration drive In DUTY .
door-to-door campaign Is planned Leon County and in adjacent AUTO 79-95 -
and to make this effective, Gadsden County coordinated by William
we need effective persons to CORE Field Secretary Patricia Worthy $189.95 and up
act as captains in all areas. Stephens Due, has brought a
sharp increase in Negro registration Denied
PassportWASHINGTON
Mrs. Albertha Plummer 1425 and up Also Rebuilt Washers
N.W. GOth St. Apt: No. 9' Is Cap.
tain in her area. Ter phone No. Following the closing of the The State All makes $69.95
is OX 1-3949. Any volunteersin books for the May primary, Department has tentatively denied _. -.Lt. up .
this area can sign up with the Tallahassee Democrat reported a new passport to William EASY CREDIT TERMS
her, Mrs? Annie Tillman 7000 regarding Leon County: Worthy, on the grounds he visited
N.W. 28th Ave, her 'number Is "The most significant Increasewas Red China and Hungary REBUILT WASHERSOF
696.7471, If you wish to volunteer found among Negro voters in 1056-57 in violation of a U.
in this vicinity, please con with 771 more registered for S., travel ban. OPA-LOCKA, Inc. MU 5.1504
tact her. Mr. Alfred Bess 1832 the May election than were on 1290 AH Baba Avenue Opa.locka Fla.
NW 67th St. Ills number Is the rolls last Nov., apparently The denial is tentative ,
696-4005, those In his area the result of a Negro registration because Worthy has 30 days to ,
contact him. appeal the decision to Passport
drive. .
,
Director Frances Knight -' ** *-*- -*!>*CT "
Regarding Gadsden County -He lost his passport after a 41-
w. which is rural and where there day swing through Communist Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
frw was considerable intimidation' China as a correspondent for
including a threat to fire Negro CDS News and the New York
teachers, the Tallahassee De- Post. "MR. JACK"
3 J+.' mocrat quotes the registrar as FOR

stating that "Negro registrationhas STYLES FOR ALL AGES
moved 'up from 452 to Florida Whites
1327." Mrs. Due commented Lily, The Very Latest in Men's Fashions
"Negroes In Gadsden
County
SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
P Close Tampa MeetThe -
were initially drawn in to the
campaign :when interracial ITALIAN SHOES

groups were'harassed and Jailed sembly Lily held White its 29th Grand session As-at 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida

? M Mr for simply being together In St. Paul AME Church, Tampa,
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The Rev. I. D. Hinson, pastor -
of Bethel Church, Tallahassee *

irT '4P Opa-Locka MeetingSet was Memorial speaker Service at the annual on- APPAREL FOR SALE I

For May 17 Wednesday evening.

Thursday evening speakerswere "Champagne tate, beer pocket?" Come to Gracie's
1a Community $gathering will be Presiding Elder Rev. S. where you'll find like-new exclusive dresses, I

presented by Earl Carroll, Sun H. Hunter and Dr. G. W. Gore suits, skirts, blouses, shoes all originals $1 to $5
Mr. Daniel Cunningham will day, May 17, at 4 p.m., at president of Florida A and M
be glad to have more volun Bunche Parke Arena 2210 university.The Mink, fox and other stoles and fur jackets $5 to $10.
teers, his number !Is PL 89825.: Bunche Park Arena 2210 Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen I
Mr. Rolle' Is located at 1961 grand parade on Sunday dresses $1. Men's Italian silk suits.$3 and $5.
N.W. 47th Terrace, his phone The theme of the meeting Is, with ten bands three floats and pure
number Is 635-6153. Persons In ''Facts'the Negro Should KnowIn some 10,000 members particI- Blue serge suits $5. Sport jackets $2. Pants, shoes
this -vicinity Interested in this Enlightened Age" The pating was a sight worth see- $1. Shirts 50c Also linens, drapes, bedspreads and

volunteering their services Gibson speakers Judge are Father James Matthews Theodore ing.C. other household items. We cater to the elite. Grace

please call. Arrangements are Earl :. Carroll, and Attorney Blythe Andrews, presi- and Mike will greet you personally.GRACE'S .
being made to hold a programat George Allen. dent for more than a quarterof
the Hampton House at a century, Is well pleased THRIFT SHOP
time the speeches from The North Dade High School with the growth of the Lily
which .
chorus and others will furnish 2512 NE 2nd Ave. FR 1-8372
has
Whites. The society a membership *
Tallahassee will
the March on
music. The meeting Is non- political -
I of 25,000 and Is worth Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
be aired keep the 11th of May and free refreshments
open, this Is a Monday Night will be served. J I nearly one million dollars.




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Fifty-five days have passed since! ''the Civil Rights

Bill has been before the Senate with little or no action

taken except senators listening to one another makespeeches.

They seem to enjoy that and promise they couldgo C e u

on indefinitely. ,
n Maybe that's good legislative' work. This i humblescribe

fails to it that way.
II. B. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher. see
President' Johnson hap called upon the public to ap-
GARTH C. REEVES. Managing Editor
ply pressure and senators/ supporting the< bill demandeda
Member of the National Newspapers Publisher: Association vote now to shut off debate.,

SUBSCRIPTION RATES The President at the weekly White House Confer- ,.
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS\ $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 ence warned of "dire days" if the bill is not passed.Is ;)4,' iY '. .1
this Civil Rights Bill such an awful measure that
IBntered Second Class Matter, August 9, 1027 at the Post Offlo"
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 the Senate is afraid to pass it?
That might be the view of the opposition, which: I r SI.
n'it"rMr
Main Office at 0740 N.W. 15th \venu&-Phone OX 1-0421 would withhold the rights of millions of Americans
Downtown Office:: 1118 NW. 3rd Avenue Phone FR 3-2230
largely so because of the color of their skin.

"CREDO OF TIlE NEGRO PRESS" Not so with the proponents who would respect the
The NEGRO PRESS" believes that America can best lead ttu rights of all Americans guaranteed them under the Con and Mrs; James and Alice
world from racial and national antagonism when it accords toevery stitution of the United States.As Harris, the parents of little
man regardless or race, creed or color his human and :Markham wrote: ZIna Allleen Harris, wish to
legal righto. Hating no man, fearing no man-the Negro Press
take this method of thanks to
... uum AMA djaq 01wrt scowls "There is a destiny that makes us brothers
v twm n* IT 1911aq "tf 9II; n the many relatives and friends
.* M long as anyone Is held back. None goes his way alone, who expressed their kindnesses
All that we send into the lives of others in the form of gifts ;and
TEN DAYS MORE' Comes back into our own. money at the recent christen-

This is being written while the recount of votes de- Ft. Myers, through .an interracial group of businessmen ing.Special thanks to the pastor,

manded by Candidate Scott "Kelly, who lost to :Mayor have agreed to give Negroes employment at equal Rev god-parents Ernest: Williams Mesdames, "and Gena the

Robert King: High in the primary goes on. pay, training and advancement based on qualifications. Williams, Betty Mackey, and
Winners' Haydon Burns of Jacksonville and :Mayor All merchants in Ft. Myers were invited to subscribe to Messrs John Savage, Auther
Robert King High'of Miami i are waging a tough campaign.As the new policy of the Downtown Merchants Association.The Tucker.
we said in our editorial last week, :Mayor High
has a chance of winning the governorship and putting Vehicle Safety
.
:Miami\ at the top of the map.. However, i it will not be Carver Branch of the YMCA will conduct its .:Check at Goodyear
done simply by talking. This job is largely in the handsf annual May weekend camp on May 29-31 at Camp
Owaissi Bauer in Homestead. Reservations should be A voluntary Vehicle Safety
Will defeat :
the voters in Dade! County. you Mayor
Check will be held from May
made "early., Members will $6.50 non members $7.00.
High? We don't believe that. pay ; 19 through May 21, in Edison
We are so pleased to learn that many prominent This include transportation, board and lodging; Center, Larry Groover, manager -
Miamians who did not support Mayor High in the primary For further information visit or call the office at of the- Goodyear''' Service
5750 NW 15th Ave., phone OX 60231. Store announced today.
are now fighting for him., That is as it should be. j The local Safety Check pro-

United we stand, divided we fall. gram Is part of a national campaign
To us these three facts are ,as plain as daylight: Are you employed? If not go to the local office of to improve highway
1. Voting for Burns means voting against the City of the Florida State Employment Service.. There you'll find safety by helping motorists

.,,, Miami and Dade County' where we live and move and obs for skilled and unskilled. They include electrical engineers spot and correct mechanical
have our being. bookkeepers, factory trainees, service station at- defects cause accidents.in cars before This they National can

2. Voting for Burns means' you are against a qualified As chairman of the Mayor's. Conference on fair re- Vehicle Safety. Check for communities
Miamian who has served successfully as your mayor tendants, clerk-typists, cooks, janitors, stenographer is sponsored by the
four times. trainees. For further information call 377..2411.The Auto Industries Highway Safe
ty Committee and LOOK Magazine -
3. Last, but not least, voting for Haydon Burns means' with cooperation of the
you are Joining him in fighting against, the civil rights James E. Scott Association is planning its Sum- Association of State and Pro-
'bill, which means fighting against Negroes. mer Day. Camp operation. The camp opens in June and vincial Safety Coordinators.
will continue for seven weeks. The fee is just Check lanes will foe set up at
How $5..00
can you fight against yourself? week for a the Edison Center Goodyear
Vote for Mayor High who can be the governor of each camper. I Store to give motorists an opportunity -
all Florida regardless of race, color or creed The association is now soliciting sponsorships. Con- to take advantage of
Make Robert, King High the choice of the people. Vntshould be sent to a, V. KemP, camP chairman; the free Vehicle Safety Check.
Mrs. Wilhelmina Rhetta, chairman of Children The lanes will be open from
Here of and Youth
are some' Mayor High's accomplishment'sduring
will be" -
committee 8 to 6 p.m. and operated
his four terms as mayor of Miami. or Miss Olive Alexander, executive director of by trained personnel from
the James E.
He took the lead in cutting taxes while' the legisla- Scott Community Association. the Goodyear Store. Vehicle
ture in Tallahassee was increasing state taxes. with all items in safe condi-
: tion will receive the colorful
This year, Miami's real estate taxes are lower than 1964 Safety Check windshield
other Florida cities. Jacksonville's average property rate "MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD" sticker.

per family is $230 per year; Tampa's $373 and Miami's
$118.95.As. VFW NEWSThe

chairman of the Mayor's Conference on fair apportionment Elect DON STONEJUVENILE members of VFW. Post
he has worked for the legislature to be con- 569(3( are as busy as they can be
trolled by a majority rather than a minority of the people this month. This post in Opa-
locka is with month
He has done a, good job in spearheading the movement of activities.humming a

that has relocated 74,566 Cuban refugees from Miami JUDGE Every Tuesday night, the
to other. Ui. S. cities. Mayor High ,has spearheaded a. nest sponsors the weekly Pro-

city-sponsored our senior citizens.drive to provide special housing projectsfor VOTE! MAY 26 VOTE! Wednesday ffesslonal professional Boxing night they and Wrestling sponsorthe ,;each'

Helped to arrange for the Federal government to Matches. Both of these evpnts
finance a $12,000,000 housing program for Greater Miami tire held at the North Dade
and assisted in making Miami the first city in the Sports Arena In Bunch Park.'
GOING TO THE Saturday.; May 23. VFW' Post!
.
United States to receive accelerated public works match- W503) ill hold It's annual Installation -
ing grants, representing $1,108,340. of ,Officers affair. This
These are but a ''few of his accomplishments as vear this event will take !enlace
mayor of Miami, but they' foreshadow the calibre of Rob- World Fair at the North Dade Snorts Arena.

ert King High and (the possibilities for the state of Flor- start The promptly Ladles' Auxiliary at 5 will as
p.m.
ida if, or when he is elected as governor. He has pledgedto .. Use Scenicruiser Bus Service usual the public I is invited and
see !that Florida gets fair state ,taxes to veto puting will participate In n buffet: style
3 per cent sales taxes on Hems like 'groceries and medicine chicken dinner served by the
He will' fight to repeal the present .auto tag increase. (Greyhound or Trailway) Ladles' Auxiliary.. .
Edward-
Commander
Elect:
Among papers' endorsing Mayor High are the Miami All Brown promises- that this "On
Daily News, 'the Miami Times, Florida Flash, Florida Expense Package ToursFrom The House" affair will surpassall
Sentinel of Tampa, the St. Petersburg Times, the Photo other years.
News of West Palm Beach and the Key West Citizen.' 1 to 6 nights in New York City Friday, May 29. and Saturday
'
On May. 26k. go to the poll and cast;.your vote -for Includes Hotel in New YorkWorld' locka's May 30, this post year out will In the flnfl. Opa-area
Mayor Robert King High of Miami with the annual Puddle Popple
Fair Admission NYC Sightseeing drive. These members will solicit

At Delray' Beach Anthony Holiday, principal of the and other features, from $9.85 up your help to aid the, shut-

Carver High School, is fighting to keep his position as Round trip from Miami to New York by Scenic Bus .ins offering and the disabled public veterans nopnles. by

principal. Holiday was dismissed ""by Supt. John- :Martin, I Kernell Dames, who has serv
apparently without stated reasons. $68.70Get ed this post for the past four
Displeased at the suspension nearly 1,000 students years as !it's commander. has
for three had the honor of being selected -
demonstrated days.Holiday's .
_
detailed brochures and make reservations at by two posts in this districtas
attorney is questioning the authority of the Installing Officers, ThisIs
Supt. John :Martin in suspending Holiday."A VFW Intregration since all
suspension by the superintendent can be made North Travel BureauCharles Ming the privilege of se

only] in emergency cases," said Attorney Charles Byron. At this the writing Installing it is Officers.under-
"What emergency' existed last Thursday (when Holidaywas stood that our own District
suspended) no one is aware, of. C. North, manager Chaplain Emory Gibson will be
"What I fail to understand is the action taken at un-opposed this year when the

this particular time and'' Martin's reason for doing it," 1104 NW 3rd Ave Ph. FR 9-8451 district ers. Mr.holds, Gibson election,was of thp) offic-first

the attorney said. Negro to hold a high district of
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SATURDAY MAY 16 1964 PAGE 5MI ""
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Display SaturdayMay )


10th through IGth has
been officially designated by / ;a
Congress as National Police
Week. While signing the local
Proclamation on Monday, Mayor WENEEDm.
Robert King High urged the .
citizens to better acquaint
themselves with the methodsand
equipment of their local KEN MYERS'
police divisions. .

"The continual fight against
crime is a Community problembest '
approached through a full
EXPERIENCE
understanding between the resident -
I, g l Rg and the law enforcer"Is
I the theme of this year's program
4 of your Miami Police ,.'
Division. 1'1.

..ii"-" Therefore, on Saturday, May TallahasseeKen (
Little Kenny Johnson and er and member of Variety IGth from 2 to 5 PM on the i
his mother Mrs. Ulysses John Club, donates Jewelry by trl- Parade grounds in front of the I I ,.,
son, 1341 NW 58th Terr.,, enjoy. Station, the many "arms" of 6 J
fari each so the patientscan
ed the traditional Mother's Day year the law will be demonstrated,
celeWration, even though the present gifts to their explained and discussed with
lad was a patient at Variety mothers. That's Supervisor of the public. Myers served as

Children's Hospital. Nurses Miss Diane Burke, hold-I I Included for your inspection special attorney to the
Jack Leonard, (R) civic work. Ing smiling Kenny. will be Units from: Canine
I Unit, (the most quizzical "cop") Dade Representativesin
Patrol Car, (the backbone of
the Division) Horse Patrol, the 1963 Legislature
Fabulous Flagner! Dog (their specific value) Motor.

I :' cycles, (THE traffic enforcer) ELECT KENNETH M.
Accident Investigation Unit: ,
Track (Special emergency equipment) '

Opens 'TuesdayFabulous works Radar), team, (how It really MYERSState I ;


Flagler opens for Competition In the fourth annual Tours of the police building
its 33rd season of greyhound $80,000 Flagler Interna- will be conducted by Police Ca Legislature Group 5

racing Tuesday night, May 19, tional Classic will get under dels. This will Include a visitto y -- ,
-
with the sensational Twin way June 0, with the finals the Pistol Range with demonstration
Double and "late movies" as scheduled July 18. of the Policeman's t
added attraction during the Firing Course.
summer campaign. This will be followed by the 1
Especially Invited are the
Post time throughout the sea second annual American Hurdle children of the area. Bring :
son will be at 8 p.mt advanced Championship, a Kennel Med along the box cameras to take
from 8:15.: ley Stake and other stake events photos as they examine the Prominent Women Make ..5
The Twin Double, which rewarded and the
equipment policemen.
horse players as highas to be announced later. .
Perhaps they can talk the "
$80,000 during the winter Hurdle races again will be Included officers Into allowing them to 'jI
and has I
racing season paid as
sit on a horse motorcycle or
on the Flagler program
much as $30,000 at Massachu-
setts 'greyhound tracks, will bon nightly, and long' distance races squad car, or by a police dog. For

the sixth, seventh,nith and over the 7.1Gths and 0-10ths Where: 1145 NW 11th Street Appeal Judge
tenth races at Flagler. courses also will be scheduled
(North side of the 12th
"This is the first time the
twin double has been offered throughout the summer. Ave. 'bridge) )

to greyhound fans In Florida "We have one of the finest IGth
When: Saturday, May
and it to be
we expect a big Culbreatb
hit and contribute substantially fields of greyhounds we've ever From 2:00: to 5:00: P.M. ;
had on hand at Flagler and we
to a record-breaking season
are anticipating a great summerof I
ler this summer, said
'Genera Manager Marshall Par. racing" Parsons activity in every respect A Classified Ad Will Pay .
said.

sons.The "late movies" to be pre- hounds at the track, hand-pIck. Off in Big Dividends For Juvenile CourtWe :
sented at the conclusion of each ed for the opening night event. |
night's racing program, will I'I
feature slow motion films of -- I'H H I
that night's races, presented on ""
the undersigned are appealing to all voters of
huge, outdoor theater-type
a "MAKE YOUR' VOICE HEARD"
screen which has been erectedIn Dade County) to go ito .the polls on May 26 and cast j
the infield at the finish line.

"We showed the film patrol Elect their votes for Jud'ge' Willirtm R. Culbreath.
movies under a makeshift arrangement DON STONEJUVENILE

last year and found This man is well prepared for the office whichhe
they received an enthusiastic
'reception from fans who found JUDGE seeks. He is competent and experienced in handl
them an invaluable aid to handi
capping, so we have improved ing children and their problems.We .

upon big screen the presentation this year,"with Parsons our VOTE! MAY 26 VOTE! feel that it is our duty a* parents, and for

said., the sake of our youth to appeal to you 10 vote for
Opening night feature at
Fabulous Flagler will be the 33rd Judge William R. Culbreath. :
annual Flagler Inaugural, featuring ..-- -
eight of the finest grey-
Mrs. Addie B. Pierce


Chatter Matter Let's Keep r "7'f' t Religious and Civic Worker 3360 NW 50th St.

VI8TING with his mother and t Mrs. Carrie B. Pitts

family this week Is Dr. James f'.V...! ,,17, ,' ......,t"I\, I I
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Johnson, of the airforce who
Pres. Beauticians League No. 42, Civic and Fraternal -
came here from Bermuda and ;
attended the medical confer- Worker 911 NW 3rd Ave
,
ence held at Miami Beach. Two RAYBradley
weeks ago Dr. Johnson was on
Mrs. Mae Wood
the tour made around the

world. ( Member St. James AME Church and Fraternal ;:
ky'

BARRY JONES, LONNIE M1 Leader, 2965 NW 49th St.
Murphy and Homer Humphreyare
three MiamIans studying Mrs. Sadie Ingraham :j
Pharmacy at FAMU.
Active member of St. John Baptist Church and Re

HAZEL SMOTHERS of CONSTABLE ligious Worker, 1729 NW 68th St.
Brooklyn is visiting her mother
Mrs. Muriel Williams and uncle, Mrs. Lenora Johnson *
Gilbert Styles. 'She leaves for IN DISTRICT 2VotejMay
home next Friday. Prominent clubwoman active in civic and religious

.
affairs,, member of long standing in Mt. Zion
ERN TINE JACKSON and s cvrT

Eunice Davis celebrated their. t 26 Baptist Church, 1238 NW 72nd St.
the 13.
birthday. on
Mrs. Alta Screen
FRIENDS of Mr*. Vera Amlth
of'-1849! NW 70th St. are nlpas- Business member Providence i-
woman and ardent of New, ,
ed to know that she is ,at home Lever 13A

Mt; Zion AME Church of Baptist. Church, 743 NW 63rd St. '1"
West Hollvwond will entertainjthtW ,4\
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Frat Announces PHIL OSSOFER I SATURDAY: MAY 16, 1964 PAGE 7

SAYS:
... found Him in the Old Testament To deny Moses while adoring
.
Achievement Winners ... ..- -- ", .,
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When I did read the Jesus is like rejecting first
As a Jew who has accepted New Testament, it was a confirmation grade teacher while lauding se
-- -- -.- .. Jesus Christ, I am often asked of my acceptance,
cond teacher. One must
grade
by Christian friends why Jews setting me ablaze with the fire
do not readily accept Him as of the love of God. remember that it was the teach
tw their Messiah, Whom they expected ings of the first grade teacher
at the time of Ills earthly untaught by Christians, it was
prepared us to accept the teach
appearance. n confirmation of my acceptance
Well, for one thing, Christians setting me ablaze with ings of the second grade teacher -
have blamed the Jews as a
group for the crucifixion of the fire of the love of God. I .

= Jesus, when it was the entire oooGOo G o scg w>'>< '!H) c .qo 0 ooo |
responsibility of certain high
priests of Judaism who were
alarmed at the effects upon STAR MEAT MARKET
their congregation by Jesus'
i teachings. It was the high
priests who kept their people
from accepting Jesus.If 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
Y one wants another to
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accept a belief, it must happen
through demonstration of love -----

and understanding, not through i MARKET WITHE COURTEOUS SERVICE
hate and condemnation, especially THE
where the hate is based on -e-
false premises, as in this case
Again, the Christian has failed .

Shown here are tne top win place to in give religion.Moses That his rightful he wasa i Fresh Meat-Low Prices
ners in the National Achieve- Texas, who won the first prize
ment Week Contest On the Is Miss Major Prophet or Manifestation
Essay ($50000)) right
from God, cannot be deni aQ 0 o.oooc.OO o0ooo4a i>OOOOOOOOO 000 a 0 0 oVF

which Omega Psi is sponsored Phi Fraternity by the in Kathleen California, Lagorio who took, Stockton second, ed. We must remember that he " , -" ,, ,

the high schools of the nation. honors ($300.00)). The third win took a people who had sunk as
The contest is open to studentsof ner was Thomas Horackl, Chi- low as they could, having been
all races. The subject of the cago, Ill., who won Honorable kept in abject slavery for hundreds Lincoln Fields Apartments
contest was "Individual Responsibility Mention of years, and led themto
and the American The contest is a presentation the Promised Land, where
Revolution for Rights". of the National Achievement -! they were to become the great- 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
Shown on the left is Miss Committee headed by Dr.I est nation of their time. This
Rudy Lee Turner, Amarillo, Herbert A. Marshall. : could only happen} through the .
power of God, released in such
,. Intensity as could be received Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartment
at Tuskegee Institute. only by His chosen ones. Remember Offering Many Feature
"Negro Church InAmerica" taught Jesus< said that He
Among the ten other Insti- came not to destroy but to fulfil FREE GAS
is New tutions in which he served as the law and the prophets.
teacher and lecturer are Colum- He also said, "For had yo believed Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Ga Stove
Book bia University New York Uni Moses, ye would have believed Painted Venetian Blind
versity and the University of me." ((John 5:10.: ) Thus Newly
Edward Franklin Frazler'slast Southern California He was Jesus affirmed the Importanceof Washing Machine Laundry Rooms
work, "The Negro. Churchin one of the leading sociologistsof Moses' mission.A .
America" on Free Parking Auto hot water renter
was published his day.Gunar third reason for the Jews
March 13 by Schocken Pooks, failure to accept! Jesus comes Free Garbage Disposal Filtered water
called the book
York Myrdal
Inc.! 67 Park Ave., New from the Christians teaching
16, rNY. Price $3.50. brief but brilliant ap-
a proch. Jews must first be taught\ CARETAKERS ON PREMISES
The book is an analysis of analysis of the historical origin from their own Bible, the Old
how the Christian religion provided and the present situationof Testament, with which they are ..
Negro slaves "with a a crucially important Insti- acquainted. One must start
basis for social cohesion" and! tution of the American Negro with the familiar before leadingone Weekly Rate
is written In a brilliant and into the unfamiliar. This Is
lucid style. people. the scientific approch, going $14.50 bedroom $18.50 2-bedroom Apt.
from the known to the un-
Professor Frazier traces the
evolution and development of Attention known.I accepted. Jesus on my own, Renting Office; open every day Phon. OX 1-8862 I

the Negro Church In America ...
Christians and
untaught by I -
.
from the introduction of Afri- Home OwnersFor

can slaves up to the time of -.-.- .... _._--.._-
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his death In 1962. quality building -

A statement by the publish addition and remodeling FORECAST': CICal Cl"ispoooDry

ers on the front flap of the PL 4-0655
book says:
NO DOWN PAYMENT Q c ,
+
"This book supplies the Indispensable rr.ry
From $. week >s r' s az.rfp
p.r
background for understanding r VQWmnpl
the present social TERMSFla. hlMrlolrA
FHA OR BANK "' 9 r
revolution being conducted by '0 i carArr, ,
the Negroes of the United Room Kitchen &Imfrlh ? 2 63 r
States. For the Negro church Bedroom Bathroom '.., '' ... sauIISU, Mnlrnl
has' been, at once, as Professor
Frazier suggests, the most Carporte. Garage
stable Institution on the Negro Awning Fence
side of the American color
line and yet also the least pow News Realty Inc.
erful. It has been an Institu- ,
tion for accommodation and (BUILDERS DIVISION) hhitta ., QE33 N.w1ayl M

character protest. From has now that emerged ambivalent the 4740 NW 7th Ave.

emotional strength to fight a nrnt
battle on which the future of

democracy In America prob- r 1r q r .,,,,. IllIIL Aal ..,.,.. Ndpa1r
ably depends. "The Negro r
Church In America" must be BINCK INI 1.1W J EIEISCNMANN'S /
read If the complex and tragic (
circumstances of the march of For Quality Building ,CN.t kN14S S ,iir. (baplar
the American Negro out of FL'f3DTLOO f
their churches into the streets, \
to demand their dignity, is to PL 1-3604 .
be fully comprehended even by ; jjztirJJ, 0 H- S. *_, ,

readers within the Negro community I
7Nv Unus
S itself j Mla.l nII'

The writer enumerates the : _v/, + .
great contribution that the Negro z q

I',. church has made to racial ;t
": betterment and uplift, but he _
.:, also points out some of the
shortcomings. He makes the
observation that the Negro
SSS SSSSsS
; church has become secularized LOT OWNERS! i

,,":. in its outlook, even In Its w. plan, gwlde and advise ..r

music. Tew plans or our c :
"The regularly established ? ;
Negro churches placed less em I Custom Built Homes
upon salvation after
death and directed their activities e Attractive Additions

increasingly to the economic Alteration Clear.! crisp. dryTr?
social and political problemsof I Quality

he Negroes of the urban in this Negro.world," said Good bank financing that's the taste you get with 'IJ.': i'(


wide The experience author was both a scholar as an aca of 311 t I1m f 7 FLEISCH MAN ID'S GIN and VODKAw.:' ;

demician and teacher. A grad i1(!)@ 9r r'",'f"
uate of Howard University, everyday I > I..' ; .
t :
"I
Clark Worchester. __
unlversltYb '.
"
I Mass. of I4eem* d Insured :'
Chicago, he taught at his alma
mater; served as Research Professor N.E. 7t* Street

in the Department of nrisewjuw 01-"rwo.ruiscxiuum.t PccuuAOOf"IOTH OUTHLIO' FROM.utx UN sum.TO ruttouunn.OUTIUJM cowiv.Omega .. "d
'' Sociology at Fisk University,



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I Urban League's TST Clubs To Tour POST TIME

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cutlve director of the Greater I
'cal fields; to broaden the vocational -
Miami Urban: League, announces -
that on May 17, 216 horizons of minority
of the best brains In the Miami young youth; to help encour- .rBunche
Dade County School system age youth interested in fields
other than science and tech- k .
This
will tour Cape Kennedy
nology, and to help reduce the
tour Is being sponsored by theTomorrow's .rf
and appalling waste of the Nation's > Notion' | Or yhew
Scientists .lri'r.! tbewplate"NOW
human
Booker T. resources. ,
Technicians Clubs of ;.*< .
Washington' Junior and Senior ,
High School, Brownsvill Junior 9IS "Y'X.'f',,:"' \;t.:. TWIN DOUBLE

High School, and Northwestern .'W"'", ,,,.tOf
Junior and Senior High School, '" tWit.:#
and will climax the activitiesof : ; ;
these clubs for the school
year 1963-04.

The Tomorrow's Scientistsand I A Park
Technicians Club is a nationwide -
Tuesday, afternoon May 7th
incentives .
youth program marked the completion of our r
to search for and discover
interschool spelling contest for
capable and talented youth who
for the 1963 64 school year. Com
have high potential ability
careers as professional workersand petition, as usual, was keen
technicians in scientific between the three participating f
fields. schools of the area -
Bunche Park, Rainbow Park,
The objectives of TST are to Nathan B. Young Elementary.
increase the number of young
people who are preparing for Congratulations to Micheal
careers in scientific and technl- Strickland, a member of Mr.

..... Andrew Freeman's Resource
Class, for returning the float.
Celebrated 67th ing trophy to Bunche Park, I
after a long absence. Micheal i
Birthday was also the winner of the individual

Now is the time for equal 1st place trophy. Marcia -
opportunities and I know that Gatlin of Rainbow Park
Robert King High is the man took 2nd place honors, and Nathaniel
that can help us accomplishall Parks of Nathan B.
1M4 r of our rights. He is not the Young came in 3rd place.
one to issue a permit for the
All of the pupils who parti
KKK to march against us, as
cipated are to be commendedfor
in Jacksonville.
a Job well done. Other par- LIB CITY
ticipants from Bunche Park
Now is the time for all
were Judge Alexander, Cheryl
and friends for their
neighbors McLeod, Jimmie Eady, Brezetta -
Uncle Toms to remember that
Atkins, Cathy Hidgon, Janet DRIVE THEATRE22nd
they are also Negroes. Thereare King, Beverly Lewis, Cathy
two men in the race for coachman and Ronald Crooms.

governor; one is a man wait- Ave. and Palm Drive-in Theatres

ing to help us, and there is one '
FAMU Class Of 54 ,COMPLETELY INTEGRATEDOX
against us.Remember
There will be a meeting of 1-7959
22nd Ave. and 60th 3t
rights to
your the 1954 graduating class of

vote. VOTE FOR ROBERT FAMU Thursday, May 21 at BOTH IN COLOR
KING HIGH on May 20. the home of Mrs. Bernice

Every registered Negro voter Johnson, 1440 NW 56th St., 8

J should vote for High. pm. The purpose of this meet
M
Members of; CORE, NAACP, ing is to make plans for a
MRS CAROLINE WARD Young Democrats. class reunion. Please attend.
Ardent, religious, and civic
worker of the city, Mrs. Caro

lino Ward, celebrated her 67th ONE DAY ONLY! SATURDAY, MAY 16 1 I
birthday and Mother's Day attending
the General Conferenceof AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY'S
the AME Church which con
venes in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mrs. THRIFT AND GIFT SHOP iiRE.
Ward is a steward, classlearder,
and choir chaplain of Greater "FIRST RUMMAGE SALE"
Bethel AME Church.
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VETERAN'S This column la >pr p rad ... .of.. PAGE' 9
SATURDAY MAY 16, 1964 ... .
weekly at the VA Office, 984 tf. Bahamas It .. ;' \
Filler St., Miami, for Inform

CORNER lion of Veterans In this area. Kirkwood Knowles, 23, of CLYDE JOJ.J.1t SSIR' *

r"\'I'__.f tnrir' i ..IT.nJr ...Jr.jI'.JY TJf""IT"w=If:1I: r:ST BT.trr1'ri'rr1'r\Y"1'l', H -.',....._....._. _-_.______ Centeryille Nassau, was serlous.nlurc -
Willie ,J. Beard, secretary that all prior marriages were a 1904 Ford Falcon driven by JOHN HOTEL KNIGHT BEAT CLUB '

VA OFFICEOne legally dissolved, by death or him and a truck driven by );\'''
divorce Frank stubbs collided
of the Miami VA Office's Eastern Police Station. Know-near Home of The stars" '

stenographers was assisting a DEATH PENSION, WIDOWS les was treated at Princess
veteran Id completing a benefits I I AND CHILDREN Margaret Hospital for head and w PRESENTS c)

application. During the facial injuries. His car was FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MAY 15th 17th
questioning, the vet was asked :I Widows who plan to visit the damaged extensively. Stubbs I, l
If he wanted a match since he' VA to file claim for death pen- was not injured, and his truck 3 BIG ACTS !
seemed to be looking In various sion due to nonservice-connected was slightly damaged

you pockets," he replied.for one."I"No don't thank have death certain of items a veteran and, should informationwith have Mrs. Anna Bonamy, 76, died Featuring The Sensational CO. E D S

any vices; I don't smoke, chew, them. These Include at her home on Bernard Road
drink In fact, my only bad habit : I on April 19. She Is survived by
Is Hying." Veterans Discharge i a brother, three sisters, and an I
Death Certificate adopted son, Fred Ramsey.
QUIZ CORNER Complete marital Infor and Funeral services were held at
Q. I have applied for a pen- info re children Mt CArey Baptist Church, Fox
sion and the VA wants a copyof Info re net worth and income Hill, the Rev. L, D. Cox official.
marriage record to Ing.
my
my
.
wife. That's all '+ .rY Sv
present right, Info re expenses of vet'slast
but why do they also used to illness and burial and John Hall, 18 of Lincoln
know about our previous mar- just debts Boulevard, Nassau, died April 1x
4
19. An
explosion the previous
riages? '
If all of the above Is not immediately night Ignited a blaze which destroyed -
A. In order for the VA to available, the widow his Tyler St., home.
be able to recognize your pre- should go ahead and file her The Criminal Investigation 4'
sent marriage as being a legal claim. Supplemental informa- Bureau is investigating the explosion S tJ,4.: 'pa
M. '
marriage, VA must be saUsfitdAnnouncen1ent tion can go in later if necessary.Announcement .

Airs. Clara: Hanna, 89, died at
I her home in Baillou Hill Roadon
I April 20. Her survivors are

The third Union of the newly i The Golden Age Club will two daughters, Miss Arollne
organized Ushers' Federation I celebrate Grandparents Day Hanna and Mrs. Vernlce Odle;
Association will be held at New I Sunday, May 17, at 4 p.m., at 12 grandchildren and 22 great- i "
Mt. Moriah M. B. Church, 6700 the James E. Scott Community grandchildren.
NW 14th Ave., Sunday, May Center, 1133 NW 66th St. The
17at3p.m. public is cordially invited. The winner in the recent An. jT'-:
An unique and elaborate pro Mrs. Georgia Nelson, chair. nual Island Regatta at George
gram has been planned for your man Town, Exuma for Class A
enjoyment. sloops, was the Margaret L.
Deacon E. Romsey, president owned Rupert Knowles of
NOTICEThe Deadman Cay Long Island. Second

Rev. A. L Shipp, pastor place was taken by Thunder
Girl Scout workers are
Bird from Mangrove Cay,
urged to be present at a Lead Andros, and skippered by Rich-
Kappa NotesThe ers' Workshop at Manor Parkon ard Hepburn. Margaret one I

last regular meeting of Saturday, May 16 from 10 won first place in 1062 and
Miami a.m. to 2 p.m. All levels 1063.
the Alumni Chapter of
Kappa Alpha Psi was held at Brownie Junior, Cadette and More of the boats in the race r i r "W...+dr.
the home of Bro. and Mrs. Senior leaders and assistantleaders I were from Exuma and Andros.
Douglas McKInnon. Everyonehad should bring 1)) leader's Plus

the good "Old Kappa Spir- notebookb 2)) lunch paper and and pencil sit-, Four-year-old Margaret Anne I t a,
) ag 4))
it. Patrica Albury, daughter of
Mrs. William Littles
Mrs. McKInnon was a won- upon. chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Albury, was CHICKIEHORNE
derfufl hostess and all enjoyedthe neighborhood drowned while playing in the
delicious barbecue prepared sea two weeks ago at Exuma. .a .
by Bro. McKinnon. He is a
Zeta Boat Ride
good chef. The new alrsrip at Culonel
The next regular meeting Zeta Phi Beta Sorority' is Island, has been completed. An I
will be at the home of Bro I sponsoring a' boat ride on the opening ceremony and luncheon
and Mrs. Caleb Crosby, 3131 famous Dream Boat May 22. will Uo held on May 11. r
NW 49th St. May 16, 8 pm. Boat sails at 8:45.We: are expecting Madam:Effie Throckbottom
Everyone is asked to be on you and your friends. Eighty-year-old Sarah Howe
time. For your seat on the DreamBoat of O'Nells, Long Island, was AND HIS LATEST ACTS ,etir r
contact member of found dead in a hole after a "
Now that the Black and any chair four-day search. The elderly .M r 4'
the sorority or the boat I i wk
White Ball Is history, you may man, Mrs. R. L. !<'ortson.I I woman, who was missing from t "
relax until next year at t h e her home, is believed to have COMING ATTRACTIONS !,: /
same place and the same time. I fallen into the hole. No foul '_
Musical Tea And play was suspected. MAY 22-23-24 '
-
We wish to thank eve yonc TROY
for helping to make the dancea TEEN
success. People are still talk. Fashion Show Troy's Restaurant AGE MATINEE e oa ,
Ing about the wonderful musicof r
Billy Rolle and his band. Members of St. Arthur's Blue Moves Localti'onTroy's MAY 29 30 31 '
Lodge No. 488 will have a Musi_ TED TAYLOR and his Band I' ? r'
Free PreSchoolFor cal Tea and Fashion Show, Restaurant, formerly TEEN AGE MATINEE: ( r
Sunday, May 24, from 4-0 pm. located at 6900 NW 15th Ave. I
Tab at the Masonic Temple. They has now moved his business to JUNE 1st
will be assisted by the United 6917 NW 15th Ave. MAYS HIGH SCHOOL -
To all ,parents of Dade County Civic Club of which Mrs. Hes- Arnold and Frank Troy Invite Union Ball
; A Summer Pre-School Program ter Rivers Is president. The all their old friends and Alumni Re I
free of charge Is open to President Brother David Jerry customers to visit them and
all first graders who will enter and members are working tire_ enjoy good home cooked meals. JUNE 12 13 14
school lessly to make this the affairof I Troy's specialty dishes include BABY WASHINGTON ssM iMr
this
September. the year. We are asking all pigeon; peas and rice, cracked TEEN AGE MATNEE 4
Parents are asked to :take other
stewed conch and
their children to the schools of our friends to help us make I and favorites. M23
this affair a success.
nearest their homes. Classes JUNE 19.20.21
a
will begin ," June 15 and \l' end MARY WELLS ""

July 24. 1Indf TEEN AGE MATINEE ,

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ire Jit (( l Stuart Major, pastor reporter

Unix ttlfurrlfMIAMI uu Day by the was Junior beau- At OlivetteSunday.


,. .. .. .. .. .. own little Miss
(.JI.1I.IT.lT..lYJT.lT.1IJI..II..lT..lI..IllI: : II}'I>I>1 n........ ,... IT.IT.IT 'T.! : : : was the morn- Sunday May 17, is the 14th
annual Women's' at Mt.
Day
TIMES MIAMI FLA. Woman's Day She. gave a very Olivette Baptist Church 1450 N

I W 1st Ct.
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1964 AntiochThe Each !participant was equ-

well. We would -
pastor and each one who
GRACE PRESBYTERIANCome ST. LUKE CHURCHRev. the Antioch In memory of

to the "Women's Day P. W. Williams pastor cordially Invite you
Carnival of Fun" this with them in the at four
*
Friday- Mrs. Bunesba Green
reporterThe
Saturday May 15-16 at Grace. Male Chorus of St. Luke its 11th annual board No. 1 will ,
on Sunday. May 17.Mrs. anniversary cc; I ISy
Fun all evening for all the will sponsor a musical pro-
occasion Rev.
family. Four major prizes and 15 8 at ,
gram Friday, May p.m. t_
A. of
many other gifts will be givenon the church 1790 NW 55th St. Range, pastor rf
ttoth evenings at 9 p.m. The public is Invited. >Deacon Range Funeral Church. The
liver the morning
Floyd Davis president. I .
This Sunday after the morn- 18 Mrs. Dorothy
Ing service Mrs. V. F. Pennell II. the Beginning Men's Day Saturday committee, May will well, a member of
will be our guest and she will of the Miami
have
I a pie sale In the dining
speak to the women of the room of the church. Phone 51st Street
church on the subject of the G9G-7322 for free delivery pastor
work of the women In the Pres Sunday May 17 at 3 p.m. the at New Phila
byterian Church. building fund group No. 2 will best be described

Come and join us In our sponsor a program in behalf of of one, "a thing
active work and worship at the building fund of St. Luke. a Joy forever."
Everyone is invited to come hymn of the
Grace.SALTER'S out. Mrs. Ella Copeland Is the the morning
CHAPELRev.
leader of this group. Bro. Am- 1'K 1:4 Women Wide
H. J. Benson pastor mons, chairman.The mothers were
Flossie Marshall reporter Deaconess Board of St. for the
Sunday was such a lovely Luke presents a skit "Money their gracious The morning speaker for this
day to honor mothers truly ft Talks" Wednesday May 20 at throughout occasion Is Mrs Maedon Bui-
was Mother's Day all over the 8 p.m. at the church. Donation program lard an outstanding worker In
nation; at Salters Chapel we 50 cents Mrs. Annie Mae Cov- heavenly into Ebenezer Methodist Church-
had a very warm service at Ington, president.MACEDONIA. order of wor and a member of the faculty
the 11 a.m. hour. In the evening of Frances S, Tucker Elementary
service a beautiful program was BAPTIST people's choir School
given by Mrs. Annie Lee Gun- a spec Mt. Olivette Baptist Church
ter, for the young people; alsoa 3165 N W. 56th Street rendition of the Youth Chorus will be in charge
skit play. All of this were Rev. Roscoe Jackson Pastor of the night service at which
In behalf of Mother's Day.You Willie J. Beard, Reporter noted as a sing- time several guest soloists will
who were not their missed a Last Sunday Mother's Day led in the appear
treat of a life time. services were well attended and God's Amazing You are invited to come and
the services were very high the sermon. worship with us. Your presence
Brother Alfred James sang a I the pastor's message, was taken the Lord came will help us to have a success
solosister; Carnella Glenn had I from Provo 31:28.: His subjectwas the outset the ful day. Mrs. Naomi Johnson,
been 111 with the flue but : "The Ideal Woman." Thechurch's MRS. DOROTHY
; was was caught up Mrs Myrtls Thomas, Mrs. Em
well enough to send a beautiful mother and the pas- experience of ma Hollls chairman and co-
basket of flowers honoring the tor's wife were honored with Senior High School as deep sounds chairman respectively
(deceased mothers) of the corsages and gifts. at the evening the throat of the
church We wish sister Glenn a On Sunday coming our pas- ladies are used as a CHAPELRev
speedy recovery; sister Ada tor Is expected to be in camplete and will speak from : ; The Mother of
Alexander brother James Wil charge of the services. This Is "What The Women pointed out that F. C. Cambridge, pastor
liams/Veronica and Paulett mo expected to be another high Help "The Church mother of Inspi-
tored to their home to be with day. Remember the sick and World. of Obedience The last program In a seriesof
their mother on Mother's Day. and shut-ins everywhere. See We at Antioch of Sacrifice. special services of appreciation
,Please don't forget the Hay you in church Sunday. to have you hosts.'I mothers to for our pastor was held
3 which is also observedIs
May
,
Ride Saturday, night May 30. and help make this to the fore
Children's This
MT.., TABOR occasion one that them through Day. pro-
PROVIDENCE CHURCH smother love.. gram emphasizing the general
Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor remembered. be submis- theme 'Our Mission in TheChurch

Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor Dessie Crockett reporter Mns. Rachel B. of God even as ," featured Mrs. Nancy
Sis Claudia Wilson, reporter "Mother The Jewel of The eral chairman to the Willis as guest speaker; Mrs.
World" was the main subjectat I Mrs. Llllle who told her Leona McIntyre as mistress of
Mt. Tabor Sunday. The man shalt conceive and ceremony; Mrs. Maloy and Mrs.
message given was a challengeto Rev. O. W. and he shall Lillian Archer with her daughter
son,
each mother and to all women for he Barbara, and Edna West
of course. As you read rendered uplifting spiritual
their
this article pray for the suc- people from music for the occasion.
cess of God's churches every FRIENDSHIP M. mothers should

where, that the work being Rev. J. E. sacrifice what Beautiful readings were giv-
them. They must en by Valeria and Bertha
done on earth is not in vain
Lee Carr
Ruby
nor for fun or fashion. allow their child Sandllands, Herberlene Cody
To the of them and Esther Prince.
many visitors: May Sunday services
God bless each of you. Inspiring with the was permitted
"Father's Big The proud sponsors of this
To all I
members you are encouraged charge and our a world in program were Mrs. Mary Lou
by the pastor to, attend ed a most powerful Brown, Mrs. Cora Perthone,
Bible Class Friday night' ed Mother's Day Mrs. Emmaline Patterson, Mrs.
at 8 pjn. Continue In prayer do hope you will who was honor- Nellie Tyson, Mrs. Icena Banks
for the sick'and the day as the
shut-In and hear our pastor and Mrs. Mildred Ambrose.
the bereaved families. Read his revivalistic church was
Psalm 27.' Narmon. Special May 4, the reception for Rev.
Sunday services to her by her Cambridge was observed at the
OH1LOH BAPTIST with early morning members of the church with the guest speaker
Virginia Beach at : mother to be being one of our faithful and
Rev A. M. Griffin pastor pastor is also next highest in devoted members Miss Max-
Sis C. M. Miles reporter liver the morning was Mother Ine Nealy. Miss Nealy's sub

.,:<;. Sunday School every Sunday Sunday May 17 at ject was "Our Mission In The
tG'f at 9:30'with: Supt. Elder E..Ross Famous Jordan not forget the Church" and the message de-
f In charge livered was extremely Inspi-
Chorus along with
REV. C. J. BURNEY to take place
M The spirit was high Sundayall man Thomas will May 26 at rational. The program was
t On Monday evening', May 18, I I day with our pastor deliver- gram sponsored by worship. The very well organized by the
we will celebrate out pastor's ing the Mother's Day message. Deacon A. J. love al- mistress of ceremonies, Mrs.
Mary Lou Brown and soul stir
anniversary. We are expectingto man and Tuesday to see you.
Elder E.
Dennis delivered the
ring' music was rendered Uy
have a grand time. All of our weekly prayer
friends and visitors are welcome 1- evening sermon and the No. 1 vice. The Utility BAPTIST The Jolletts and Mrs. Felca.
and 2-choirs rendered song ser render Our guests Included Rev. and
to come and help us male a program
this anniversary a success. I vice with Sis. Marion English by No.2 usher minister Mrs. William Clark and her
pianist. C. M. Williams, a high day prayer band.Woman's .

On the fourth Sunday, May Baptist will held Sunday most cordial The pastor Society of Christian
24, we will observe baptism
the sub-
from
morning 8 o'clock at Virginia tended to these and Service meeting will be held
all candidates asked "
are to
bringa
of God. You
services. Come to
Key Beach. Everyone is invited Sunday at 4 p.m. and all offi-
of
change garments, baptism hear this
have faith great
the your of the
to Baptism and to worship cers church are urgedto
wUl begaln at 10:30: a.m. The Is
a newly or-
with us at all times. submit their quarterly con-
candidates are asked to be pre- I but we are do ference
afternoon May 24, the deacons Remember to visit and pray for the up- report Sunday morning -
sent at 10 a.m. That Sundayand I for the sick and shut-ins. Sis. CME's To .

the deaconess boards will [ Adell Mosley at home; Bro. MT. CALVARY CHURCHRev.
celebrate their anniversary.Time Jessie Lightfoot In Jackson and Miami in are having a
3 Rev. B. D. Cole I This is ex-
p.m. all the others who are ill. S. Atchison, pastor
will deliver the message. The College of great service. Constance Carter reporter

Also keep in mind the city- MT. CARMEL CHURCH the General Atchinson will be The No. 1 choir will begin

wide mission which will con- Rev. D. A. Bradley pastor of the 492,000 Come out celebrating Its 28th anniversary
vene here Sunday evening May Mrs. tian Methodist man of God.
Christine Cohen reporterLet Friday, May 15 and It will end
17; time 3p.m.NOTICE brotherly love continue. has selected Miami pastor Church.of Sunday, May 17 at 3 p.m. You
Be not forgetful to entertain quadrennial are Invited to ,share this occasion -
TO CHURCH strangers.The Workers had a with them.
At the on last Sunday.

REPORTERS I Ii fourth Sunday In this group's general for their The No. 4 usher board Is
.. d month will climax our Annual held in Gary, Special sponsoring a Potato Pie Sale ,on
1'hi new deadline for netting Men's Day and we are askingall Senior Bishop B. W. the Rev. A. C. the 3rd Sunday In May In behalf -
'1 e.wek newt Into our office for our friends to come and nouced will V open his wonderful of Women's Day.
Ii ..Mtoattra' to TI1B> DAY noon share this day with us. The Right Rev. E.
All'BKrch reporter" area son, of Birmingham We are continuing to pray
;; ,- to' cooperate CnmrchreelT Prayer meeting,: every Tues- hop of the fifth presently held for our members on the sick
+ d after ,noon o. day 7 p.m. Bible Class 8 p.m. Rev. C. C. Cowsen, You are always list. Not only for them, but
Tue.1ay auaot be "panat l Remember the sick and shut of Trinity CME worship ser- for all the sick and shut-Ins
: "r, .publication. in all over the land. serve as conference everywhere.I .

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TRANSFIGURATON Zion Hill MIAMI TIMES v MIAMI, FLA. ., r.
Fr. Ellsha S. Clarke, Jr., vicar to HaveWoman's Teachers To I
SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1964 PAGE 11
last
On Sunday there were
22 persons confirmed at the DayCome
Get Out The ,
Solemn Sung Mass at 9 a.m. " "
by the Rt. Rev. James L. Duiv-
can, D.D., Suffragan Bishop of Zion Hill Worship Missionary with Baptist us at VoteDade Now Open For Your Convenience

the Diocese of South Florida. ChurChl Sunday, May 17, at Flo-
Among the guests were Mrs. E. ghts Elem. School 5120
Travers Ewell, past presidentof N.W. 24th Ave. County's teachers Mpn- AL'S TAILORING
the Episcopal Churchwomen The morning speaker will day were recruited by their
of the Diocese of South Flori- be Mrs. R. L. Williams of Pom- professional association to leada
da; Mrs. Alfred Brenzten, dean- pano Beach Fla. Mrs Williams iget-out-the-vote-drive here.
ery director of the Miami Dean- earned her B S' degree at Fla. Joseph Whelpton, presidentof
ery of the Episcopal Church- A&M University, her masters the Classroom Teachers' Association Cleaning And LaundryQuality
women; and Mrs. Henry Tur degree at the University of announced the driveto
ner, secretary of Bishop Dun- Chicago. A member of Delta some 3,000 teachers at a
can.The Sigma Theta, Mrs. Williams is a special meeting at Bayfront
auditorium was full to member of Mt. Calvary Baptist Park Auditorium. cleaning at reasonable prices
capacity.The Church, Pompano Beach.
"We want to make It crystal Shirts Beautifully. Finished
choir the following The theme of the day: "Com- clean that we are not support.
for the service: ''The Missa de mitment of the Christian ing any party, any candidate ONE DAY SERVICE
Angells Mass." Authems: "The Women" > or any Issue, "Whelpton toldthe
Te Deum" by Healy William teachers."
and "My Sheperd will Supply Expert alterations don. on premises
My Need," arranged by Virgil 1Mrs. But It would be Ignoring our
Thompson. Soloist, June Far- duty to the community not to
5410 NW 12th Ave. Phone 751-6352
quharson and Alison Clarke. seek active participation in
We had many guests from elections by as many people as
our sister churches.The possible," Whelpton said.

church Is sponsoring its "It Is shocking
and pathetic
annual Boat Ride. This will bea that
thirty per-cent, twenty
Pre-July 4th boat ride on per-cent, and or even less of our OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY
July 3. Friday night. Please citizens take advantage of the
watch this column or call any right to choose men and Issues
member of the church for your In our elections, "he said." It Is
1866 N. W. Slst Terr.
tiket or for information. this kind of apathy that leads'to
the breakdown of the demo-
Do visit and
us help us watchour
beatiful church, which Is cratic system, loss of freedomand SPECIAL
the .
danger of totalitarian-
now under construction, go up. Ism." --

ST. JOHN OF NAZARENE Executive Secretary Pat L. BUILDER MUST SELL
Tornlllo announced that lists

Elder 1476 L.NW Reddick 58th Terr. for telephoning residents, to Gorgeous 3-bedroom, Flau room, 2 bath, hardwood
pastor ANN A. TOO IER seek their cooperation, in the
Revivals will be held throughout drive, would be mailed soon. floors, built-in features, awning windows. This homecan

the week. Prayer for the T.Evening speaker, Mrs. Vann Teachers will' be calling residents be bought at a SENSIBLE PRICE by those who
Toomer
principal of the
sick ni'ghtly.' Time 8 p.m. Peopleof Collins Elementary School, throughout the county can afford a fair down payment.
all faiths
are welcome.Ushers' Dania, wife of Rev. J, W. Too- to encourage them to vote.
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Rev. H. V. Stuart pastor
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der Unix ;11n QJl1urrl1 l nn lay tifully Miss Dorothy Mother's observed Major Day by the was, reporterOur Junior beau- Day At Olivette


r n n lIJI U U.U... .. .. .-. .-. ,.y. ,y- ,y.. ,y- Church. Our own little Miss Sunday May 17, Is the 14th
tt Jon Thompson was the morn-
annual women's Day at Mt.
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Woman's Day At ing inspiring speaker.address.She gave a very Olivette Baptist Church 1450 N

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.
Our night program) was equ-
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1964 AntiochThe
ally as good. Each participant
played his part well. We would
pastor and members of like to thank each one who J
GRACE PRESBYTERIANCome ST. LUKE CHURCHRev. the Antioch Baptist Church brought flowers In memory of t \

to the "Women's Day P. W. Williams pastor cordially invite you to worship their mothers.
,
of
four
with them In the observance afternoon at
Sunday
Carnival of Fun" this Mrs. Bunesba Green
Friday- reporterThe
its 11th annual Woman's Dayon o'clock usher board: No. 1 will wf
Saturday, May 15.16, at Grace. Male Chorus of St. Luke
Mav 17. 40th anniversary. J"
I Sunday. observe its M3 "bkS
Fun all evening for all the will sponsor a musical program S
Rev.
for the occasion,
family. Four major prizes and Friday May 15, 8 at Speaker
pm. Mrs. A. Range owner of the Edward T. Graham, pastor of
many other gifts will be givenon the church, 1790 NW 55th St. Funeral Home will deliver Church. The
Range Zion Baptist
both evenings at 9 p.m. The public is invited. ,Deacon and Mt.
the morning message public is Invited.
Floyd Davis, president
This Sunday, after the morn Beginning Saturday, May 16. Mrs. Dorothy Newton Max- .
Ing service, Mrs. V. F. Pennell the Men's Day committee willhave well, a member of the facultyof NEW PHILADELPHIA
will be our guest and she will a pie sale in the dining the Miami NorthwesternMRS.

speak to the women of the room of the church. Phone 915 NW 51st Street
church on the subject of the : 600-7322 for free delivery. Rev. W. H. Washington, pastor
work of the women in the Presbyterian Sunday, May 17 at 3 p.m. the Mother's Day at New Philadelphia

Church. building fund group No. 2 will may best be described
In the words of one, "a thingof
Come and In sponsor a program In behalf of YyN
join
us our "
the Luke. beauty and a Joy forever.
building fund of St.
active Y
work and worship at t -
Everyone is invited to come A beautiful hymn of the 4tp
Grace.SALTER'S I out. Mrs. Ella Copeland is the church opened the morning N

CHAPEL leader of this group. Bro. Am- service, Come Women Wide 4* >>-rf i3a
Rev. II. J. Benson, pastor mons, chairman. IM> rt'f etJ Proclaim." The mothers were (
Flossie Marshall reporter The Deaconess Board of St. beautiful adorned for the

Sunday, was such a lovely Luke presents a skit, "Money occasion and their gracious The morning speaker for this
day to honor mothers, truly it Talks,' Wednesday, May 20 at presence prevailed throughoutthe occasion Is Mrs. Maedon Bul-
was Mother's Day all over the 8 pm. at the church. Donation Jfa entire worship programand lard an outstanding worker In
nation; at Salters Chapel we 50 cents, Mrs. Annie Mae Cov- blended most heavenly intoa Ebenezer Methodist Church-
had a very warm service at ington, president.MACEDONIA. mother-centerd order of wor and a member of the facultyof

the 11 a.m. hour. In the evening ship. Frances S, Tucker Elemen-
service a beautiful program was BAPTIST The young people's choir tary School.
sang most wonderfully a spec Mt. Olivette Baptist Church
given by Mrs. Annie Lee Gun-
ter for the people alsoa 3165 N. W. 56th Street ial arranged rendition of the Youth Chorus will be In chargeof
young ;
skit play. All of this were Rev. Roscoe Jackson, Pastor song, "Mother"The the night service at which
in behalf of Mother's Day.You Willie J. Beard, Reporter pastor, noted as a sing- time several guest soloists will

who were not their missed a Last Sunday, Mother's Day pel preacher, led in the appear.
treat of a life time. services were well attended and sing of God's Amazing You are Invited to come and
the services were very high Grace just before the sermon. worship with us. Your'' presencewill
Brother Alfred James sang a the pastor's message, was taken The spirit of the Lord came help us to have a success-
solosister; Carnella Glenn had from Provo 3128.: His subjectwas donw and from the outset the ful day. Mrs. Naomi Johnson,
been ill with the flue; but was : "The Ideal Woman." The DOROTHY MAXWELL entire church was caught up Mrs. Myrtis Thomas, Mrs. Em
well send beautiful I church's mother and the pastor's the of chairman and
enough to a I In religious experience ma Hollls cochairman
will
Senior High School speakat
basket of flowers honoring the wife were honored with the evening worship. Both Mother's Day as deep sounds respectively.
(deceased mothers) of the corsages and gifts. throbbed from the throat of the
church. We wish sister Glenn a On Sunday, coming our pas- ladles are dynamic the speakersand theme singer. The pastor used as a KELLY'S CHAPELRev
will from
:
sister Ada tor is expected to be in camplete speak The Mother of
speedy recovery; subject; 'Mary,
"What The Women Can Do To
Alexander, brother James Wil- charge of the services. This is Jesus. He pointed out that F. C. Cambridge, pastor
liamsVeronica and expected to be another high Help The Church Save The mother
Paulett of
mo Mary was a InspI-
seriesof
World. I The last in a
tored to their home to be with day. Remember the sick and ration, a Mother of Obedience, program
special services of appreciation
their mother on Mother's Day. : and shut-ins everywhere. See We, at Antioch will be happyto and a Mother of Sacrifice. for our pastor was held
Please don't the you in church Sunday. He cautioned mothers to
forget Hay have you worship with us 3 which Is also observedIs
May
Ride Saturday, night, May 30. and help make this momentous push their children to the fore Children's, Day. This pro-
MT.. TABORRev. occasion one that will be long front and inspire them throughlove gram emphasizing the general
smother love..
PROVIDENCE CHURCHRev. P. S. Brown, pastor remembered. Mothers- not should be submis- theme 'Our Mission in TheChurch

C. J. Burney, pastor Dessle Crockett reporter Mr. Rachel B. Pratt, gen- sion to the will of God even as ," featured Mrs. Nancy
Sis Claudia Wilson, reporter "Mother, The Jewel of The eral chairman submissive to the Willis as guest speaker; Mrs.
Mary was
World," was the main subjectat cochairman Leona McIntyre as mistress of
Mrs. Lillle Ross, Angel Gabriel who told her
Mt. Tabor Sunday. The Behold thou shalt conceive andbring ceremony; Mrs. Maloy and Mrs.
message given was a challengeto Lillian Archer with her daughter
Me ,yP a a'1g3'M Rev. O. W. Foster, minister forth a son, and he shall
each mother and to all wo Barbara, and Edna West
men, of course. As you read be called Emmanuel, for he rendered uplifting spiritual
this article shall save his people from their the occasion.
pray for the suc- music for
cess of God's churches FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST sins. Finally, mothers should

where, that the work every.being Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor lie willing to sacrifice what Beautiful readings were giv-
I
God has given them. They must en by Valeria and Bertha
done earth
is
on not in vain
nor for fun or fashion.To Ruby Lee Carr, reporter I be willing to allow their chIld- Sandllands, Herberlene Cody,
ren to be independent of them and Esther Prince.
the :
visitors services most
many : May Sunday were
God bless' each of you. Inspiring with the women in even.be as about Jesus his was"Father's permittedto Big I The proud sponsors of this

To all members, you are encouraged charge and our pastor delivered '' Business" of saving a world in I program were Mrs. Mary Lou
by the pastor to'attend a most powerful and spirited 'Brown, Mrs. Cora Perthone,
Bible Class Friday night' Mother's Day sermon. We II sin.The Mrs. Emmaline Patterson, Mrs.
at 8 pjn. Continue in prayer do hope you will come and mother who was honored Nellie Tyson, Mrs. Icena Banks
for the sick-and shut-in and hear our pastor deliver one of.. throughout the day as the I. and Mrs. Mildred Ambrose
the bereaved families. Read his revivalistic sermons. I oldest in the church was
Psalm 27.' Mother Sadie Narmon. Special I May 4, the reception for Rev.
Y Sunday services will begin gifts were given to her by her Cambridge was observed at the
}L SHU.'OH BAPTIST with early morning baptism at children and members of the church with the guest speaker
77' Virginia Beach at 7:30 and our church. Second mother to be being one of our faithful and

Rev A. M. Griffin, pastorSis. Easier is also expected to de- honored as next highest in devoted members, Miss Max-
C. M. Miles reporter the morning sermon. years of service was Mother ine Nealy. Miss Nealy's sub-

Sunday School every Sunday, Sunday, May 17 at 3 pm the R Mosley. ject was "Our Mission In The
at 9:30: with Supt. Elder E. Ross Famous Jordan Grove Male Please do not forget the Church" and the message delivered

BURNEY In charge. Chorus, along with Bro. Her- Community Day to take placeat was extremely inspI-
REV. C. J.
The spirit was high Sunday Thomas will' render rational. The program was
man a pro New Philadelphia May 26 at
On Monday evening', May 18, I I all day with our pastor deliver- gram sponsored by the,trustees, the 11 o'clock worship. The very well organized by the
we will celebrate out' pastor's ing the Mother's Day message. Deacon A. J. Blakely, chair- church of brotherly love always mistress of ceremonies, Mrs.stir-
Lou Brown and soul
Mary
anniversary. We are expecting man and Tuesday afternoon is happy to see you.
Elder E.
Dennis delivered the ring music was rendered by
to have time. All of our weekly meeting ser-
a grand prayer
evening sermon and the No. 1 The Jolietts and Mrs. Felca.
will
areel vice. The Utility Singers ,BAPTIST
friends and visitors BEREA
and 2-cholrs rendered song ser Our guests Included Rev. and
come to come and help us malethis render a program sponsoredby
I vice Sis. Mrs. William Clark and
with her
anniversary a success. Marion English, No. 2 usher board, DeaconC. Rev. J. Toles, minister
I pIanist. M. Williams, president. A We are expecting a high dayat prayer band.Woman's .

On the fourth Sunday, May Baptist will held Sunday most cordial welcome is extended Berea Sunday. The pastor Society of Christian
24, we will observe baptism, morning 8 o'clock at Virginia to these and any of our will be speaking from the sub- Service meeting will be held
all candidates are asked to bringa Key Beach. Everyone is invited services. Come to church and ject, "The Army of God." You Sunday at 4 p.m. and all offi-

change of garments, baptism to the Baptism and to worship have your faith lifted.CME' must come and hear this great cers of the church are urgedto
will begain at 10:30 a.m. The message. This is a newly organIzed submit their
with us at all times. quarterly con-
s candidates are asked to be pre- church, but we are doing ference report Sunday morn-
afternoon May 24, the deacons Remember to visit and pray great things for the upbuilding ing.
sent at 10 a.m. That Sunday for the sick and shut-ins. Sis. To Meet in of mankind.At .

and the deaconess boards will Adell Mosley at home; Bro. MT. CALVARY CHURCH
celebrate their anniversary. Jessie Lightfoot in Jackson and Miami in 1966The 3 p.m. we are having a
Time 3 p.m. Rev. B. D. Cole all the others who are ill. fellowship service. This is expected Rev. S. Atchison, pastor
will deliver the to be a great service. Constance
message. College of Bishops and Carter reporterThe

Also keep m mind the citywide MT. CARMEL CHURCHRev. the General Connectional Boardof The Rev. S. Atchinson will be No. 1 choir will begin

f mission which will convene D. A. Bradley, pastor the 492,000 member Chris- the guest speaker. Come out celebrating Its 28th anniversary
here Sunday evening, May Mrs. Christine Cohen, reporterLet tian Methodist Episcopal Churchhas and hear this great man of God. Friday, May 15 and It will end
17; time 3p.m.NOTICE brotherly love continue.Be selected Miami for its 1966 He is the eminent pastor of Sunday, May 17 at 3 pm. You
quadrennial conference site. Mt. Calvary Baptist Church. Invited this
not forgetful to entertain are to share occa-
The Willing Workers had a sion with them.
TO CHURCH .
strangers.The At the conclusion of the successful tea on last Sunday.

REPORTERS. I.I' !I. fourth Sunday in this group's general board meeting Thanks to everyone for their The No. 4 usher board is
month will climax our Annual held in Gary, Indiana recently, splendid cooperation. Special sponsoring a Potato Pie Sale on
'le new deadline for getting Men's Day and we are askingall Senior Bishop B. W. Doyle an- thanks goes to the Rev. A. C. the 3rd Sunday in May in behalf -
ehwtdi nw Into our office fortaWIeson' our friends to come and nouced will open May 4, 1966. Mozell for his. wonderful of Women's Day.
'' to TOTMDAY noon share this day with us. The Right Rev. E. P. Murchln- speech.
AH hvrcB nporten'' ere son of Birmingham, Ala., bishop We are continuing to pray
armed to oooperate CnwrchBW Prayer meeting every'' Tues- of the fifth district and Our services are presently heldat for our members on the sick

,'ncetYe4' after noon onSaeoday day 7 p.m. Bible Class 8 p.m. Rev. C. C. Cowsen, local pastor the YWCA. You are always list. Not only for them, but
cs.not .. '(nanmteedpublication. Remember the sick and shut of Trinity CME Church will I welocme to our worship ser- for all the sick and shut-ins

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TRANSFIGURATONFr. Zion Hill MIAMI TIMES ...- MIAMI, FLA.
Ellsha S. Clarke, Jr., vicar I to Have Teachers To I
SATURDAY MAY 16, 1964 PAGE 11
On last Sunaay there were Woman's

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the Rt. Rev. James L. Duncan .
by Worship with
D.D., Suffragan Bishop of Zion 11111 Missionary Baptist us at VoteDade Now Open For Your Convenience
the Diocese of South Florida. Church Sunday, May 17, at Flo.sal -
Among the guests were Mrs. E. 1 Heights Elem. School 5120
Travers Ewell, past presidentof N.W. 24th Ave. County's teachers Mpn- AL'S TAILORING
the Episcopal Churchwomenof The morning speaker will day were recruited by their
the Diocese of South Flori- be Mrs. R. L. Williams of Pom- professional association to leada
da; Mrs. Alfred Brenzten, dean pano Beach Fla Mrs Williams l iget-out-the-vote-drlve here.
ery director of the Miami Dean earned her Bs- degree at Fla. Joseph H. Whelpton presidentof
ery of the Episcopal Church- A&M University, her masters the Classroom Teachers' Association Cleaning And Laundry
women; and Mrs. Henry Turner degree at the University of announced the driveto
secretary of Bishop Dun- Chicago. A member of Delta some 3,000 teachers at a
can.The Sigma Theta, Mrs. Williams is a special meeting at Bayfront Quality cleaning at reasonable prices
auditorium was full to member of Mt. Calvary Baptist Park Auditorium.

capacity.The Church, Pompano Beach. "We want to make it crystal Shirts Beautifully Finished
choir sang the following The theme of the day: "Com- clean that we are not supporting *
for the service: "The Missa de mitment of the Christian any party, any candidate ONE DAY SERVICE
Angelis Mass." Authems: "The Women"v; or any issue, "Whelpton toldthe
Te Deum" by Healy William teachers." Expert alterations done on premises
and "My Sheperd will Supply
i
But it would be Ignoring our
My Need, arranged by Virgil
quharson Thompson.and Soloist Alison, June Far-I fL seek duty to active the community participation not to in 5410 NW 12th Ave. Phone 751-6352

We had many guests from I elections Uy as many people as
"
our sister churches. possible, Whelpton said.

The church is sponsoring Its "It Is shocking and patheticthat
annual Boat Ride. This will bea thirty per-cent, twenty
Pre-July 4th boat ride on per-cent, and or even less of our OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY
July 3. Friday night. Please citizens take advantage of the
watch this column or call any right to choose men and issuesIn
member of the church for your our elections, "he said." It is 1866 N. W. 51st: Terr.
tlket or for Information.Do this kind of apathy that leads'to
the breakdown of the demo-
visit us and help us watchour ,' ::4 A cratic system, loss of freedom SPECIAL
beatiful church, which Is / .. rr M1 and the danger of totalitarian
now under construction, go up. ? ism." --
r .
ST. JOHN OF NAZARENE : Executive Secretary Pat L. BUILDER MUST SELL
Tornlllo announced that lists
1476 NW 58th Terr. for telephoning residents, to Gorgeous 3-bedroom, Flay room, 2 baths, hardwood
Elder L. Reddick, pastor seek their, cooperation In the
Mrs. ANN A. TOOMEtt
floors built-in features awning windows. This homecan
drive, would be mailed soon. ,
Revivals will be held throughout
the week. Prayer for the .Evening Toomer speaker principal, Mrs.of VannT. the Teachers will be calling residents be bought at a SENSIBLE PRICE by those who
sick nightly.' Time 8 p.m. Peopleof Collins Elementary School, throughout the county can afford a fair down payment.
all faiths are welcome.Ushers' to encourage them to vote.
Dania, wife of Rev. J. W. Too-
mer, pastor of First Baptist 6% MORTAGE INTEREST
FederationThe Church, Fort Lauderdale. Edu '
cated: Early:! training in the Dugie's Guest HouseThe FULL PAYOUT MORTGAGE
third union of the new- public schools of Paulsboro,
ly organized Ushers' Federa- N J, She has received her master house of unusual rooms This is your opportunity to buy a gorgeous home at
tion Association will be held at and college degrees from Open 24 hours NE 4-3851
New Mt Moriah M. B. Church, different universities.We a competitive price
6700 NW 14th Ave., Sunday are expecting you Seeing is BelievingSee .J.A6-.i.W
May 17, at 3 p.m. Jack MLunach, BuilderSTffT
A unique and elaborate pro- BETHLEHEM BAPTISTWith us for clean room ''''''.'': ...-... PI tlj... -a.", J, l
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your enjoyment.You Sunday, being Mother'sDay Jamaica Dugie always a
are most cordially Invit we had a spiritually high friend
day. All persons present heard
ed.Deacon E. Ramsey, president two inspiring sermons from 2941 NW 47th St., Miami
Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastorBAHA'I our pastor.All Try A Miami Times Classified Ad

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God." Members, please let us not
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THE MIAMI,TIMES MIAMI, FLA. ALBERT I -:7: r; :.:. q 4'hFs'm County $ .N x

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. I PAUL REED, 1212 NW 45th s,

.
St., died May 5. His survivors
include his wife, Willia Mae::

IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn two daughters; two sisters and Jf Walter Bowe

two brothers. Final rites were .
loving of our i-
memory conducted in Florence, S. C. fjfq'
sad but loving
f
memory ,
dear mother, Monday. :.. ah. t e
of
MRS. IRENE M. INGRAHAM \>t<,
,
who departed this life ,on May ,, .t,. The South Broward Post No.
14, 1955. ; i :MRS. ONYX EDMONDS of 1, 'i.i i va :'am 8795 will meet Sunday, at 5 p.
6th Ave. Beach, '. .. : m., at Bowe's Modernistic Bar-
Nine years have passed,dear: 126 NW Delray .. .. < yI
died 6. Services were held } ber Shop, May 17. All members::
mother, since God has called you May ,,.. ,, "
R ,.' \0 )' ': t .
: 2:30 at Mt. Olive ; 4' are asked to be present. All
I
F home to be with! him in Hea- Monday : pm. ;
ven; around the snow white Baptist Church,. Delray Beach, I }/ ,: : tt : ; veterans who served have a

throne. ,God knows how much Rev. N. A. Jenkins, pa;tor. A ,,>.;" .h- :r ., ; 'a"'( right to belong to the Veteransof
resident of that area for some' tor .' #' Foreign Wars of the United
we miss you, never shall your r ;
memory fade. Loving thoughts 60 years, she is survived by' one !::, t : States.

shall always. wander, to the son, Daniel Edmonds; two ( ,
.
where laid. daughters, Mrs. Y v o n' n e --
spot you were :
rxs Balne and Miss Francine Edmonds The Gay Ladies' Club of West
Sadly missed by your chit ; .j. /\a'
wish thank all
s Hollywood to
a sister, Mrs. Qladys : ,. ., lrJ '
1Y '.,. \' ;<<
dren.The who attended their dance Monday
Ingraham and Walker Laster; four brothers, Lee n, tYf.;
> Ji.yyw >
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and for makingit
families Theodore, Ozle and Raleigh May ,
y4j: Younghood, and six grandchildren MR. JAMES HICKS a success.
aS, a. wish to express their most
CARD OF THANKSThe sincere thanks to their neigh-

family of the late, OTIS L; O'NEAL, 530 SW 6th bors, friends and relatives for The Star Light Lodge No.
542 will meet Friday, May 15,
Terr., Homestead, was a drownIng the flowers, cards telegrams,
victim when his auto ran visitations, the use of cars, and at 8 pm. All members are ask
in a canal May 9. His survivors every consideration rendered ed to please be present at the
1 : : p { rasu include two brothers and one: them during their period of be. Masonic Hall on Pembrokes

sister. Remains were sent ,to reavement. Special thanks to Road
N SZi E3 r. tg4'
r .Ftf Griffin, Ga.i Thursday for iinal Mrs.. Range nnd 'her staff, ''Mr.

rites to We conducted on Sunday and Mrs. K. 'E. Wood, and The Excelsior League
Bowling
friends of 49th St. May God bless -
IDA MAE LEMON
: ends their winter bowling
MRS. LUCILE DENNIS all.
who departed this life May 14, O'NEAL, another drowning vie- you May 14. The llanquet will be
held at the Sir John Knight:
1057. +' YI tlm in the fatal mishap May 9,
Beat 6th St. and 3rd Ave.,
Gone, but,will never be forgot- was sent to Griffin, Ga. Thursday on
RARQE May 27. Trophies are on
.
ten. Among her survivors are
Roosevelt Savings
Loving and kind in all her ways, five daughters, one son, two MR. OLIVER COLEMAN, of display at
i and Loan NW 68th St. at 7th
Upright and Just to the end of sisters, two brothers and five 913 NW 65th St., died on May Ave. ,

her days; grandchildren. She resided at 13. Mr. Coleman, a native of
Sincere and true in her heart : 536 SW 6th Terr., Homestead. Woodbine, Ga., had resided in

and mind; the Miami area for more than Mr. and Mrs. Art Jackson of
A beautiful memory she left be- BARBARA ANN DENNIS, 17,, 44 years. He is survived Uy his West Hollywood are proud of

hind. <4tw 536 SW 6th Terr., Homestead, widow, Savannah, one sister, their third boy, born last Tues-
And in silent sorrow. It's nothing I the third drowning victim May Mrs. Bessie Singleton, of Jacksonville I day. He is Arthur III.
I can do, 9, was also sent to Griffin, Ga. ; one brother, Frank
Except to live a better life. Thursday, for services and Bryant. Funeral services will

In memory of you. burial. She Is survived by her be held Saturday, May 16, at Mrs. Alberta Sands, who diedat
Mrs. Louise Mitchell, daughter father, five sisters and one 12:00: noon, at the Mt. Carmel the home of her daughter at

brother. Baptist Church, with Rev. D. 4617 SW 21st St West Holly
Mrs. Ozula Wright Lane, SPIVEY A.. Bradley officiating. wood, April 24. was funeralized
sister EDWARD MARS GENEVA DAMES' of at St Ann's Episcopal Church
I who passed April 20, 1901; 1732 NW 4th Ct., died May 9. May 2. at 10 a.m. FatherBathiheior
IN MEMORIAMIn wish to thank Rev. W. K. Smith, An aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Howard MRS. AMANDA ANDERSON, officiating. Remainswere
pastor of New Bethel M. B. of West Hollywood and of 1729 NW 3rd Ave., died May taken to Hallandale Ceme-

sad, but loving memory of, Church at large for all their several other relatives survive. 9. Mrs. Anderson had lived in tery. E. B. Steven funeral

kindnesses. Arrangements are Incomplete. Miami for more than 30 years, home directed. Survivors are
i Thanks to my neighbors, having come here from PalatkaIn two daughters, Mrs.Wella Gibson -
friends for everything; also the Graveside services at Evergreen 1932. Her survivors include: of West Hollywood, Inetta
Funeral Home and staff.
I Range for the Infant son of Mr. one daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Brown of Rock Sound, two sons,
The Spivey-Harris families and Mrs. Brime of 777 NW 55th Carroll; four brothers, Roosevelt i Everett and Altiwood Sands

Terr., were held Monday. George, Edward and Jessie Rock Sound, Bahamas one niece

IN MEMORIAMIn Graham; two granddaughters two nephews, seven grandchildren
iV, i+N Graveside services for Cherry Mrs. Prlscllla Young and 14 great-grandchildren
loving memory of our dear Denise Reid, young daughter of Miss Betty, Brunson; 17 other five great-great-great grand
mother, Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Reid. grandchildren and three great and other relatives and friends.

350 NW 22nd Terr., were held grandchildren. Services will be

Friday. held Saturday, at 2 p.m., at the
Temple Baptist Church. CARD OF THANKSThe

'r 44 ."D It t' ,CARD OF THANKSThe family of the late,
.4 MRS. Betty Green off 1041 SW LEONARD HARRIS
family of the late. 183rd St. In Perrine, passed wish to express heartfelt thanks
; MRS. HATTIE COAKLEYwish May 13. 111& Green Is survivedby to the pastor of Bethel AME

to take this method to her two sisters, Mesdames Church of Key West, Fla.,
thank: their many friend! and Elsie Jackson and Leila Starks. neighbors and friends for their
neighbors for kindnesses shown Services will be held on Satur cards and flowers.

9 them during their recent hour day, at 4:30: p.m., at the 5th Mrs. Louise Jones and
of bereavement. Thanks tor Ave Church of God, with Elder family
your cards, telegrams, cars and Paul Colette officiating
i floral 'pieces. Special thanks to I
the Order of Eastern Star ,No. I
99, Fr. Lambert Sands, Priest I MRS. ROSA LAWTON, of and Thelma Anderson: three
VASSIE L. RICKS) of St. Agnes; Episcopal Church 2756 NW 48th St., died 3 weeks brothers, Israel, Oscar and Wayward
*> and staff of Frances Funeral following her admission In the Adderly;; and 11 grand-
who departed this life May 15, Home. hospital. Mrs. Lawton, nativeof children.
a
1963. will be held Tuesday
Services
Again, we thanks and the British West Indies had on
say ,
I may
Gone but not 19 at the Wilson
forgotten, May ,
God bless each and everyone of lived here for more than 43
May she rest in peace and let Memorial Temple, with Rev.
Her survivors Include
Light perpetual shine upon her. years. : Wilson officiating.
you.Mrs.
Sadly missed by, Vernon Ford, daughter husband, ,Clarence,,( one son,
Clarence Jr. three
daughters,
Norris Ricks husband
Ethelyn Armstrong, daughter Mrs. Emmie Baker, daughter Mesdames Mae B. Stovall and INFANT of George
Delia Williams and Miss Irene
and family and Edna Hudson, of 10315 NW
MRS REATHER ADDERLEYwho Mrs. Daisy Smith, daughter Butler; one daughter-in-law, 19th Ct., in Opa-locka, died May

departed this life May 13., John ':A. Ford, grandson Mrs. Mattie Lawton; her father, 9. The, Infant was funeralized

CARD OF THANKSThe 1960.4May'she,rest In peace and light. 'Four, granddaughters, five Mr. Savanlas Adderly; two at graveside at tne Lincoln

family of the late,, perpetual her.Clarence .great-grandchildren' .,., sisters, Mmes Isadora Mitchell Memorial Cenetery on May H.AAW. .
'
'1LuckyWi sonand I
OTHA SMITH
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wishes to express the many : family\ EBENEZERjCHURCH
thanks, friends and neighborsfor
their many kindnesses, Rev. A. D. Hall, pastor j'

cards, and flowers during the RICHARDSON E. Ingram, reporter
sorrow of the lost of our loved
: 'I
The pastor was happy"to return -
one. Special thanks to Mrs.
MR. DOLAN SCREEN, of to ,the pulpit on labt, Sun
and Funeral
Range Range
Cleveland, Ohio, passed thereon ,day after "his recent confine-
Home Rev. Williams of St. LukeChurch
and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tuesday, May 12. He Is survived ,ment. He was greeted bya: large
by nine sisters, Mrs. Eliza attendance at both services.
and the of .
;;Shepard Shop Shep- "
beth Bowman Bell
Mrs. Mae
hard Electrical Contractor. ,At thls-itlme.. the pastor wishes -
:
Anderson Mrs.! Loretha Screen,
Mrs. Emily Smith and to express his thanks to the
Miss Willie Mae Screen of NYC 4k
f children ; M r
'I members and friends for their
Mrs. Carrie Jenkins of Cleveland
) visitations calls, flow-
telephone
Ohio Mrs. Thelma Nashof
,
2 ers andfruits during his recent
-
CARD, OF THANKS Houston, Texas. Miss Addle illness while he was con- "Living Service for the Living"
Missle
Screen, and Mrs. Evenlyn
fined to the hospital and home.
X c The family of the late, Screen; four brothers, Wise of Thanks to Dr. W. A. Patterson Oscar L. Range Funeral Home

|MRS. JUANITA STANFIELD Tuskegee, Ala., Carlton of Sr., and the staff of Chris
(Wish to thank the many friends Cleveland, Ohio, Robert and M. Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range
(Who sent flowers, telegrams, Winfred Screen, two aunts, two tian Hospital.Choir r Mgr.
iCards and for' all the kindness uncles, 18 nelces and nephewsand No. two will celebrateIts 5727 N.W.17th Avenue

,its shown during their hour of several other relatives. I 6th annual Spring Tea, Sun. OX 1.0131 OX 1-4343
reavement. Funeral arrangements will be 'day, May 17, at 4 p.m. The pub-
The>Famlly> announced upon completion. I lic is Invited.





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Drama at New BethelCome MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.


and see a drama, "The I SATURDAY MAY 16, 1964 PAIGE 13

Curse of Slavery," benefit of

the' NAACP and the Women's
"Walking Doll and their committee membersare
Founda.tloiu.of, New Bethel Baptist to be commended for a

,Church, 157. N\tt VGSth' Contest" ,successful contest
Terr, Guest will"
speaker be The Walking Doll Contest
Garth C. Reeves, managing edItor sponsored by the Phi Delta FOR 11NTROOM
of the Miami Times Kappa Sorority April 27 was a I in a quiet home. Men
Other speakers will be Father success. only. $10 week. PL 8-4925,
Theodore R Gibson and many 1012 NW 75th! St. .
4 others. Please come out and Little Master William Harold

-- --..... help the NAACP fight for freedom Roberts, son of Mr. and Mrs. FOR SALE
Sponsored Dosa Lee Cleveland Roberts, 1821 NW
FOR SALE FOR SALE Harris and co-workers.by 69th St; was the proud winner Rchmonid!) Heights, beautiful ;
Many thanks to Mr. and
FAVORITE< TUNEft FROM 265 NW 59 St. 'Drive by then Mrs. Roberts 3-bedroom, 1 bath CBS
,
Authentic AUSTRIA AND GERMANY: call me, total $10,000, $250 FOR RENT The program for the evening home with Awnings a n dcarporte.
waltzes drinking down, only $69 month pays all. I was given by the James E.
songs, marches, folk music It's a 2-bedroom CBS It's a 1-BEDROOM efficiency, 2703 Scott Kindergarten, Rebbie's '
the old world flavor NW 43rd Terr. Call 691-1189.
Bring Into nice A.
one. Ben-Kort Realtor and Kinder
Playland. Robert's
your home with the unfor- niter PL5533 I I 14015 .Jackson ,Street,
gettable melodies of the mas- days 751-2243 ROOM: ,for a nice, quiet coup'leIn garten.. These little people,
with their
ters and traditional Austrian, a large house to) yourself. along teachers are to be supervisors $350 down, .$62.12 monthPh.
congratulated
German tunes presented by HOME. Best location, brand No landlady. to' boss. NE for the wonderful program. 927-2977 YU 3-7694
native ensembles 20 factory new, 780 NW 57 St., 3-bedroom 5-6283 The chairman of the Walking ,

new 45 rpm records for the 'I 2' baths, living room, beautiful NICE PRIVATE Doll Contest, Mrs. E. Johnson, I in Hollywood ,. '
low kitchen and utility. See Sun- room In good .
unbelievably price of 10 her committee, as well as the '
dollars. Send cash, check or day from 1-5 p.m. JE 8-2284. location. Near Grandway, half chairman of the various groups May. 83
money order and we pay pos- blodk from 21 bus line and Jit. .
Prompt delivery. ney. Right party may have the .
tage.COD's. Sorry 2-BEDROOM BEAUTY, CBS, use of house as if one in t h efamily. .. ..
no Versand-Quelle, Vienna 2 Fla. rooms, carport corner, No children live In OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY
Statfnmersdorfterstrasse
,
Austria.. FHA $350 down, $60 month house, 1 adult lives there already -
133, 610 NW 49 St. Open Sunday 1- 1253 NW 52 St. 7511500., '

EXCELLENT location, brand 6 9-8779.p.m. Fenster Realty PL 1866 N.W. 51st Terr. ,

4-BEDROOM HOUSE, Liberty .. .
new 3-bedroom, 2 tile bath-
City area, furnished $25 deposit
rooms, formica kitchen, open required. Mickins' Ren- SPECIAL
this Saturday and Sunday. 755 DUPLEX 3-bedroorn, 1 bath tal Agency' NE? 4-0500.
NW 47th Terr. For Informa- and 1-bedroom, 1 bath, bljr

tion call Jack, JE 2-5804 or home, reasonable terms, 1136 NEAT ROOM In private home
UN 5-7414. NW ,51 St. BUILDER MUST SELL '
Open Sunday 1-f Man ** preferred.. '' No 'distur- "
p.m. Fenster Realty, PL 9-8779.
bances. OX 1-6073.
CLEAN LOT. 50x100, $2,500, Gorgeous 3-bedroom, Flau room, 2 baths, hardwood

call MU 1-5771. NEW AREA. 3-bedroom, 1 ROOMS, clean, hot and cold floors, built-in features, awning windows. This home

GREY bedroom suit, like new bath home, CBS, only 3 years water. 634-3177. can be bought at a SENSIBLE PRICE by those who
; FURNISHED APT. 1220 NW C8
old, drive out then call '
bedroom spring mattress chest us' afford fair down
can a payment.
3520 NW 210 Terr and 21000NW St for nice couple. PL 14292.
vanity, mirror, 2 nite tables
custom own tailor made spread ty PL 31 Ave.9-S779.Call Fenster Real 1-BEDROOM furnished l du- 6% MORTAGE INTEREST

and bolster. PL 1-3933. plex. Very nice, quiet neigh FULL PAYOUT MORTGAGE
borhood. $20 week, very nice,
2-BEDROOM HOME, large living 1850 NW 51 Terr., 3-bedroom, clean, yard, A Ben-
room, terrace, brand new 1 bath beauty, all fenced, lots Korl, Realtor, nltes Pi 0-5533, This is your opportunity to buy a gorgeous home ata
roof, painted inside and out. of room with plenty of living days 751.2243.BEAUTIFUL.
1338 NW 75 Terr. space. A real deal reasonable competitive price

Drive by and call Fenster Real. 2-bedroom APT
2-Il> 0 Z HOUSE for sale, ty, PL 98779.INVESTMENT. Adults only. 1384: NW 54th St. Jack Munach, BuilderWI
2480 NW 55 Terr. Call NE
10127. M23 DOWNTOWN AREA, 1-bed- 5-7171 FR 3-5446 JE 8-6049
I PROPERTYWe room apt., utility, $18, efflclen
have a terrific deal for an cy $13, 1-bedroom unfurnished
LOOKING for a nice home? Investment that will pay you $15. Mlcklm Rental Agenc
3356! Bird Ave., Coconut Grove. back almost double 2 rental NE 4-0500.
Will show anytime. 12x20 play- units, plus all furnished apt. for
room for rainy days, large owner, less than $1,000 down OPALOCIA AREA, furnished J
eat-in modern kitchen, large This Is a real deal. Call us for 2-bedroom apts., all utility $25'. Finest Selections In Miami ,

Fla. room, workshop, 3-bed information, Fenster Realty, 1-bedroom $21, unfurnished 2 .
room, 3 baths. Price $19,000, PL 98770. bedroom $18, 1-bedroom $16 Lovely homes open '

$1,000 under FHA appraisal. Mickins Rental Agency, NE .
Many extras. 4-O500. PAYMENTS
LOW
NEW DOWN
NEW AREA. South Miami t

with the most beautiful homes. ROOM on bus and Jitney line EZ Terms Leis' Than Rent .
230 N\V 52 St. 4-bedrooms, 2 All on large lots, payments Close to shopping, Ideal for

full baths open Sunday 3-0 from $75 month 2 and 3 bed- working persons, Just like home .' .. .
..
P.m. This very large CBS room homes. Call us for location privileges, phone 031-6310.
home with beautiful kitchen, Fenster Realty, PL 0-877B.

Fla. room separate workshop FURNISHED APT. with yard 5221 NW. 8th ,Avenue '
and laundry room, sprinkler and porch. Reasonable. For information "tt .
sytem, fenced yard, carporte, NO CLOSING COSTS -enclosed 2-bed- call OX 1-2426. CBS, 2-bedrooms, front porch, 'oak floors. tile root?"
Florida
,
room
All
this for $14,500, terms ar- rooms,
ranged. A. Ben-Korl Realtor front porch, garage awnings, month. $10,500 total price. '
down $60
nltes PL stove and refrigerator. Price Is EFFICIENCY. :$10 per week. $350 per ,
D-5533, days 751-2243. $9,500, $300 down, $77 month. Utilities, elderly person prefer .
Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. ,red. 2221 NW 58th St. S.

401 NW 43 St. Open Sunday 3- PL 9-4371. Open Sundays and ------- 520 NW 43rd Street, .
0. evenings
,
Total
$10,000, only $250 FURNISHED modern'' 1-bed;

Lovely down, $G9 month pays all room apt. will take a small Beautiful CBS, 2-bedroom, 2 Fla. rooms, garage, tile
2-bedroom CBS; tile NO CLOSING COSTS. CBS du child up to 3 years old. MU
roof, Fla. room. This is the each side 1-0325. $85 month.
2-bedrooms dOwn.
best and plex, roof and oak floors. $450 per
area lovely home, see With $600
tile roof, appliances.
it sure. A. Realtor ., .
Ben-Korl ,
j
down can live rent free :;
you FHA terms.
miss PL 9-5533, days 7512213. as the monthly payments are DOLL HOUSE 2-Bedroom

only $89.75, FHA terms. Life CBS Jalousied windows, awn- -
DRIVE BY Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL ings, enclosed b a c k porch,
then call me,
1219 NW 31 St., lovely 2-bed- 9-4371. Opon evenings and Sun- stove and refrigerator. Spotless 716 NW 77th> Street"To
room inside and out. Price is $9,000,
CDS, really a :bargain days. month. Life
total $9,500 $300 down and $75 See It Is To Buy It"
only $250 down Ave. PL ,
NW 7
and $G7 CORNER CBS Realty, 4932
month pays all:&.,,Ben- andSundays. '
Korl, Realtor, nltes PL 0-5533, I freshly painted, large enclosed 9-4371. ,Open evenings Gorgeous CBS, 3bedroom., huge Fla. room'and tile
days 751-2243. front porch, appliances, sepa-
rate garage. A bargain at $9,200 roof,'$450 down. $80 per month, FHA terms.

$300 down and $03 month. Don't WHITHER THOU COEBT
DUPLEX CBS like new, tile I miss this! Life Realty, 4932 NW Handy Bible which fits conveniently -. .
bath, floors, refrigerator. 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open .even into your glove compartment
stove water heater, close to of 1436 NW 35th Street
ings and SundaysNO is: ever, beside, you .
Allapattah business section, on fering peace of ,mind and inner '
bus line, good income proper- QUALIFYING. Like neW. scurity whrever ?you maybe Lovely CBS,,'2-bedroom, Fla. room, hardwood floors,
ty. If
you are looking for a 2-bedroom CBS with Everyone can benefit bv
good buy, from owner, call Beautiful : VI- kitchen $1,000 down, bank
35-344G.. 2 full bathrooms. E7 a c h bed- having this KlnJaMes, tile roof, and built-in ,
has Its own entrance and ennese Bible at his fingertip
Its room o w n beautiful bathroom.Flat Let the auto-bible accompanyyou term $11,000 total price.
UNUSUAL STAMP OFFER tile roof, wall to wall clos- In your travels. Only 6
edition, leather .
300 built-in kitchen, dollars. Luxury
colorful Yugoslavian ets, large
etc. A DarSE bound with gold; ,Inlay, 10
5 windows
stamps all
different for only
,
dollars. Send cash, check or at $12,500 and $85 month. dollars, pre-paid by check, REALTY Inc.

money order. Prompt delivery Life 9-4371.Realty Open evenings and cash postage or guaranteed.money order Sorry, return, noCOD's. NEWS
guaranteed by; Klein, Steyr, PL Vienna
Blbel-Servlce,
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Hafnerstrasse 4, Austria. Sundays. 13, Braunschwelggasse: 13, Aus- (The Broker that works for you)

2-bed- tria. ,.
Modern
NEW
'NO COSTS 3- LIKE NEW LOCATION
CLOSING CBS, Jalousie windows, BRAND
:bedroom, 2 bath CBS, enclosed awnings room carport fenced yard,
:front porch, separate garage : completely reflnlshefc C Inside HELP furniture WANTED salesman. 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
furniture. Outside
appliances
some out. Bargain at $10,000,
and Cal
:Price Is $350 month No experience necessary.
only $11,000 down and $58
$250 and Thursdays between (Open Sunday)
down and month. Life Life Realty, Tuesdays
$89 oer Don't miss ths..t 379537Jno
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CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHSTHE I Rev. and Mrs. F. J, Hicks and Broward
family of the late,

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MIAMI,TIMES FLA. I
MIAMI
I ALBERT tYf :. News "

THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. I I PAUL REED, 1212 NW 45th'St. i

., died May 5. His survivors 4.Ip4 .
t Include his wife, Wlllla Mae:

IN 1 MEMORIAMIn two daughters; two sisters and Walter ny Bowe
IN MEMORIAMIn
two brothers. Final rites were ..
loving memory 'of our conducted In Florence, S. C.
sad, but loving memoryof dear mother >s '
MRS. IRENE M. INGRAHAM, Monday.
who departed this life on May'I, The South Broward Post No.
14, 1955. ''I :MRS; ONYX EDMONDS of 8795 will meet Sunday, at 5 p.

Nine years have passed,dear 126; NW 6th Ave. Delray Beach m., at Bowe's Modernistic Bar-

a mother, since, GOd has called you died May 6. Services ,were held ber Shop, May 17. All members:
d home to be with him In Hea- Monday" 2-30: p.m. at Mtk Olive are asked to be present. All

ven; around the snow white, Baptist Church, Delray Beach, veterans who served have a
throne. ,God knows how much Rev. N. A. Jenkins, pastor. A i right to belong to the Veteransof
we miss you, never shall your' resident of that area for some : Foreign Wars of the United

4F memory fade. Loving thoughtsshall 60 years, she is survived by- one States.

always. wander, to the ,son, Daniel Edmonds; two .s
spot where you were laid. .daughters Mrs. Y v o .n.' n e >>ty --
The Gay Ladles' Club of West
Sadly missed by your chil Baine and Miss FrancIne' Edmonds -
a sister Mrs. Gladys Hollywood wish to thank all
,
dren.The Ingraham and Walker Laster; four brothers, .Lee Y:x Af i s'' who attended their dance Mon

., families Theodore, Ozie and Raleigh day, May 11, and for makingIt
4 } Younghood. and six grandchildren. MR. JAMES HICKS a success.
wish to express their most
CARD OF THANKSThe sincere thanks to their neigh-

family of the late, OTIS L.; O'NEAL, 536 SW 6th bors, friends and relatives for The Star Light Lodge No.

., Terr., Homestead, was a drown the flowers, cards telegrams, 542 will meet Friday, May 15,
.W r.,1 ing victim when his auto ran visitations the use of cars, and at 8 p.m. All members are ask
In a canal May 9. His survivors every consideration rendered ed to please be present at the
Iv'a( i AJ,'S.S,C }< 1.sB include two brothers and one them during their period of be- Masonic Hall on Pembrokes

sister. Remains were sent to reavement. Special thanks to Road.
A for final and, ''her'staff 'Mr.'
Aif Griffin Ga.; Thursday Mrs.; Range ,
rites to be conducted on Sunday. and Mrs. K. E. Wood, and Excelsior Bowling League -

IDA MAE LEMON friends of 49th St. May God bless ends their winter bowling
MRS. LUCILE DENNIS all.
who departed this ,life May 14, O'NEAL, another drowning victim you May 14. The banquet will be
held at the Sir John Knight
1957. I In the fatal mishap May 9,
Beat 6th St. and 3rd Ave.,
Gone, but will never be forgot- was sent to Griffin, Ga. Thursday on
RANGE May 27. Trophies are on
ten. Among her survivors are
Loving and kind In all her ways, I five daughters one son, two MR. OLIVER COLEMAN, of display at Roosevelt Savingsand
Loan NW C8th St. at 7th
Upright and Just to the end of I sisters, two brothers and five I 943 NW 65th St., died on May Ave. ,

her days; grandchildren. She resided at 13. Mr. Coleman, a native of
Sincere and true in her heart 536 SW 6th Terr., Homestead.'' Woodbine, Ga., had resided In

and mind; the Miami area for more than Mr. and Mrs. Art Jackson of
A beautiful memory she left be- BARBARA ANN DENNIS, 17, 44 years. He is survived Uy his West Hollywood are proud of

hind. 536 SW 6th Terr., Homestead, widow, Savannah, one sister, their third boy, born last Tues-
And In silent sorrow. It's no the third drowning victim May Mrs. Bessie Singleton of Jacksonville day. He Is Arthur III.

thing I can do, 9, was also sent to Griffin, Ga. ; _one brother, Frank
Except to live a better life. Thursday for services and I Bryant. Funeral services win

In memory of you. -r & **' burial. She Is survived by her be held Saturday, May 16, at Mrs. Alberta Sands, who diedat
Mrs. Louise Mitchell, daughter father, five sisters and one 12:00: noon, at the Mt. Carmel the home of her daughter at

Uh iVf fo brother. Baptist Church, with Rev. D. 4617 SW 21st St. West Holly
Mrs. Ozula Wright Lane, EDWARD SPIVEY A. Bradley officiating.MRS. wood, April 21 was funeralized
sister MRS. GENEVA DAMES of at St. Ann's Episcopal Church
who April 20 1964
passed ; 1732 NW 4th Ct., died May 9. May 2. at 10 am. FatherBathiheior
wish to thank Rev. W. K. Smith,
IN MEMORIAMIn of New Bethel M. B. An aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Howard AMANDA ANDERSON, officiating. Remainswere
pastor their of West Hollywood and of 1729 NW 3rd Ave., died May taken to Hallandale Cemetery -
Church at for all
sad, but loving memory of, large several other relatives survive. 9. Mrs. Anderson had lived In E. B. Steven funeral
kindnesses.
Arrangements are Incomplete. Miami for more than 30 years, home directed Survivors are
Thanks to neighbors,
: friends for everything my also the having come here from PalatkaIn two daughters' Mrs.Wella GiBson -
Funeral Home ;and staff Graveside services at Ever- 1932. Her survivors Include: of West Hollywood, Inetta
Range families green for the Infant son of Mr. 8ne daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Brown of Rock Sound, two sons,
The
Spivey-Harris and Mrs. Brlme of 777 NW 55th Carroll; four brothers, Roose- Everett and Altlwood Sands

Terr., were held Monday. velt, George, Edward and Jessie Rock Sound, Bahamas one niece
IN MEMORIAMIn Graham; two granddaughters two nephews, seven grandchildren
Graveside services for Cherry Mrs. Priscilla Young and 14 greatgrandchildrenfive
loving memory of our dear Denise Reid, young' daughter of Miss Betty Brunson; 17 other great-great-great grand
mother, Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Reid. grandchildren and three great and other relatives and friends

350 NW 22nd Terr., were held grandchildren. Services will be

Friday. held Saturday, at 2 p.m., at the
Temple Baptist Church. CARD OF THANKSThe

CARD OF THANKSThe family of the late,

??t3 MRS. Betty Green off 1041 SW LEONARD HARRIS
KJ MRS.family HATTIE of the COAKLEY late.. 183rd St., in Perrine, passed wish to express heartfelt thanksto
May 13. Mrs. Green Is survivedby the pastor of Bethel AME
wish take this lhod--
to m her two sisters, Mesdames Church of Key West, Fla.,
thank: their' many, friends!! and Elsie Jackson and Leila Starks. neighbors and friends for their
neighbors for kindnesses shown
Services will be held on Satur cards and flowers.
them their recent hourof
bereavement.during Thanks, day, at 4:30: p.m., at the 5th Mrs. Louise Jones and
for Ave Church of God, with Elder family
your cards, telegrams, cars and Paul Colette officiating.
floral 'pieces. Special thanks to
the Order of Eastern Star ,No.

DO, Fr. Lambert Sands, Priestof MRS. ROSA LAWTON, of and Thelma Anderson; three.
VASSIE L. RICKS St. Agnes; Episcopal Church 2756 NW 48th St., died 3 weeks brothers, Israel, Oscar and Wayward
and staff of Frances Funeral Adderly; and 11 grand
following her admission in the
who departed this life May 15, Home. children
Mrs.
1963. hospital. Lawton a nativeof Services will be held on Tuesday
Again, we thanks and the British West Indies had
I say
may ,
Gone, but not forgotten, 19 at the Wilson
May ,
May she rest in peace and let God bless each and everyone of lived here for more than 43 Memorial Temple, with Rev.
Light perpetual shine her. years. Her survivors Include:
upon you.Mrs. Wilson officiating.
Sadly missed by Vernon Ford daughter husband, Clarence,,I' one son,
Norris Ricks, husband Clarence, Jr., three daughters,
Ethelyn Armstrong, daughter Mrs. Emmie Baker, daughter Mesdames Mae B. Stovall and INFANT of George
and family REATHER ADDERLEY Delia Williams, and Miss Irene and Edna Hudson, of lf 315 NW

who MRS.departed this life May 13, Mrs. ,Daisy Smith, daughter Butler; one daughter-in-law, 19th Ct., In Opa-locka, died May
.
I960, John "A. Ford, grandson Mrs. Mattie Lawton; her father, 9. The, Infant was funeralized
CARD OF THANKSThe 'Four five
May she rest In peace' and light granddaughters, Mr. Savanlas Adderly; two at graveside at tne Lincoln

family of the late perpetual, &hlne';upon, her. .great-grandchildren.,.. sisters, Mmes Isadora Mitchell Memorial Cenetery on May 11.

OTHA SMITH Clarence '"Lucky Wilson ._..1T......Jr.",,, ...... ... ,7 ,W .... _____ ___ __ ._ J
wishes to express the many and: family;, k EBENEZER CHURCH
thanks, friends and neighbors
I for their many kindnesses, Rev. A. D. Hall, pastor R

cards, and flowers during the RICHARDSON E. Ingram, reporter
sorrow of the lost of our loved ,
The pastor was happy' return -
thanks
one. Special to Mrs.
MR. DOLAN SCREEN, of 'to ;the pulpit on'latlFSunday .J
Range and Range Funeral
Home Rev. Williams of St. LukeChurch Cleveland, Ohio, passed thereon after his recent confine-

and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tuesday, May 12. He Is sur ment. He was greeted bya large ..y x
Shepard and the Shop of Shep- vived by nine sisters, Mrs. Eliza attendance at both: .services.At .
beth Bowman, Mrs. Mae Bell
ard Electrical Contractor. i the wishes
thls-alme. pastor
Anderson Mrs. Loretha
) Mrs. Emily Smith and Miss Willie Mae Screen of Screen NYC to express his thanks to the
children
members and friends for their
Mrs. Carrie Jenkins of Cleve- + r
C} visitations telephone calls, flowers
land, Ohio, Mrs. Thelma Nashof
and\fruits his
Houston Texas. Miss Addie during recent -
CARD OF THANKS Mlssle Screen, and Mrs. Evenlyn Illness while he was con- "Living Service for the Living"
fined to the hospital and home.
8 The family of the late, Screen; four brothers, Wise of Thanks to Dr. W. A. Patterson Oscar L. Range Funeral Home
STANFIELD Ala. Carlton of
JMRS. JUANITA Tuskegee, Sr., and the staff of Christian
("Wish to thank the many friends Cleveland, Ohio, Robert and
Athalie
M. Range Owner N. Patrick
Range
Who sent flowers, telegrams, Winfred Screen, two aunts, two Hospital. Mgr.
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Drama at New BethelCome MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

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s and see a drama, "The SATURDAY MAY 16, 1964 PAIGE 13

V Curse of Slavery," benefit of

the NAACP and the Women's "Walking Doll and their committee membersare

Founda.tlon.of,. New Bethel .Bap to be commended: for a

tist "Church, 157k Mtyp8th\ Contest" ,successful contest.

Terr. Guest speaker will be The Walking Doll Contest

Garth C. Reeves, managing editor sponsored by the Phi Delta FOR UNT
of the Miami Times Kappa Sorority April 27 was a I ROOM in a quiet home, Men
Other speakers will be Father success. only $10 week. PL 8-4925
Theodore 'R. Gibson and many 1012 NW 75th!( St. .
others. Please come out and Little Master \Vllliam Harold
--- help the NAACP fight for free- Roberts, son of Mr. and Mrs. FOR SALE
dom. Sponsored by Dosa Lee Cleveland Roberts, 1821 ,NW
SALE FOR SALE Harris and co-workers. GOth St was the proud win Hchmonid1! Heights, .beautiful ;
ner. Many thanks to Mr. and
FAVORITE TUNED FROM 265 NW 59 St. 'Drive Mrs. Roberts 3-bedroom, 1 bath CBS
by then
,
AUSTRIA AND GERMANY\ call me, total $10,000, $250 FOR RENT The program for the evenIng home with awnings a n, d
Authentic waltzes, drinking down, only $69 month pays all. was given by the James E.
marches -BEDROOM efficient .
folk 2793
songs, music. It's a 2-bedroom CBS It's Scott Kindergarten Rebbie's carporte. ,
a ,
the old world flavor NW 43rd Terr. Call 6911189.
Bring into nice one. A. Ben-Korl, Realtor, Playland and Robert's Kinder-
home with the r I 14015 Jackson Street
your unfor- nltes PL ft-5533 /
melodies of the days 751-2243 ROOM,I for a nice, quiet coup'leIn garten. These little people,
gettable mas-
with their
ters and traditional Austrian, a large house to) yourself. along teachers are.. to be congratulated supervisors $350 down, .$62.12 month

German tunes presented by HOME Best location, brand No landlady to' boss. NE for the wonderful program. Ph. 927-2977'of YU 3-7694
native ensembles 20 factorynew new, 780 NW 57 St., 3-bedroom 5-6283 The chairman of the Walking ,

45 rpm records for the 2. baths, living room, beautiful Doll Contest, Mrs. E. Johnson, I in Hollywood ,'
unbelievably low price of 10 kitchen and utility. See Sun- NICE PRIVATE room In good her committee, as well as the to '
dollars. Send cash, check or day from 1-5 p.m. JE 8-2284. location. Near Grandway, half chairman of the various groups May. : ,S3
order and we block from 21 bus line and jitney
money pay pos- "
Right party may have the "
Prompt delivery.
tage. Sorry, 2-BEDROOM BEAUTY, CBS, use of house as if one in the .. !.
no COD's.nmersdorfterstrasse Versand-Quelle, Vienna 2 Fla. rooms, carport, corner, family No children live in OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY 1,

FHA $350 down, $60 month. house, 1 adult lives there al-
133, Austria. 610 NW 49 St. Open Sunday 1- ready. 1253 NW 52 St. 7511500.

EXCELLENT location, brand 6 9-8779.p.m. Fenster Realty PL :1866 N. IV. 51st, Terra :
4-BEDROOM HOUSE
Liberty
new 3-bedroom, 2 tile bath-
City furnished deposit
area, $25
rooms, formica kitchen, open required. Mickins' Ren- SPECIAL
this Saturday and Sunday. 755 DUPLEX 3-bedroom;, 1 bath tal Agency' NE 4-0500.
NW 47th Terr. For informa- and 1-bedroom, 1 bath, big

tion call Jack, JE 2-5804 or home, reasonable terms, 1136 NEAT ROOM In private home
NW 51 BUILDER MUST SELL, '
UN 5-7414. St. Open Sunday .1.( Man preferred.. No 'disturbances "
p.m. Fenster Realty, PL 9-8779.
OX 1-6073.
CLEAN LOT. 50x100, $2,500, Gorgeous 3-bedroom, Flau room, 2 baths, hardwood

call MU\ 1-5771. NEW AREA. 3-bedroom, 1 ROOMS, clean hot and cold floors, built-in features, awning windows. This homecan

GREY bedroom suit, like new; bath home, CBS, only 3 years water. 634317&FURNISHED be bought at a SENSIBLE PRICE by those who
APT. 1220 NW 68
old, drive out then call I
bedroom spring mattress, chest us a/Eord.a fair down payment.
can
3520 NW 210 Terr and 21000NV St. for nice couple. PL 14292.
vanity, mirror, 2 nite tables
custom own tailor made spread ty PL 31 Ave.9-8779.Call Fenster Real. 1-BEDROOM furnished du- 6% MORTAGE INTEREST
and Wolster. PL 1-3933.
plex. Very nice, quiet neigh PAYOUT MORTGAGE
borhood. $20 week, very nice, FULL
2-BEDROOM HOME, large living 1850 NW 51 Terr., 3-bedroom, clean, big grassed yard, A. Ben-
room, terrace, brand new 1 bath beauty, all fenced, lots Korl, Realtor, niter Pi 0-5533, This is your opportunity to buy a gorgeous home ata
roof, painted Inside and out. of room with plenty of living days 751.2243.BEAUTIFUL.
1338 NW 75 Terr. space. A real deal reasonable. competitive price

Drive by and call Fenster Realty 2-bedroom APT,
2-BEDROOM HOUSE for sale, PL 08779.INVESTMENT. ,Adults only. 1384 NW 54th St Jack Munach, BuilderWI
2180 NW 55 Terr. Call NE
1-9127. M23 DOWNTOWN AREA, 1-bed 5-7171 FR 3.5446 JE 8.6049
PROPERTYWe room apt., utility, $18, efficiency
have a terrific deal for an $13, 1-bedroom unfurnished
LOOKING for a nice home? investment that will pay you $15. Mickins Rental Agency'
335G Bird Ave., Coconut Grove. back almost double 2 rental NE 4-0500.
Will show anytime. 12x20 play- units, plus all furnished apt. for
room for rainy days, large owner, less than $1,000 down. OPA-LOCKA AREA, furnished
pat-in modern kitchen, large This is a real deal.! Call us for 2-bedroom apts., all utility $25, Finest Selections In Miami '
Fla room, workshop, 3-bed- information, Fenster Realty, 1-bedroom $21, unfurnished 2, .
room, 3 baths. Price $19,000, PL 98779. bedroom $18, 1-bedroom $15 Lovely homes open
$1,000] under FHA appraisal. Mickins Rental Agency, NE .
Many extras. 4-0500. PAYMENTS ,
NEW LOW DOWN
NEW AREA. South Miami I

with the most beautiful homes. ROOM on bus and Jitney line EZ Terms Less Than Rent
230 NW 52 St. 4-bedrooms, 2 All on large lots, paymentsfrom Close to shopping, ideal for -
full baths, open Sunday 3-fi $75 month, 2 and 3 bed- working persons, Just like home .
pm. This very large CDS room homes. Call us for loca- privileges, phone 034-6310. -' ..
home with beautiful kitchen, tion, Fenster Realty, PL 9-877B. _

Tla. room, separate workshop FUR N ISIIE.D APT. with yard 5221 NW, 8th Avenue. '
and laundry room, sprinkler and porch. Reasonable. For Information 1
sytem, fenced yard, carporte, NO CLOSING COSTS -enclosed 2-bed- call OX 1-2426. CBS, 2-bedroom, front porch, 'oak floor, tile roof.*'
Florida room,
All this for $14,500, terms arranged rooms,

A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, stove front porch and refrigerator., garage, awnings Price Is, I EFFICIENCY.- $to per week. $350 down, $60 per month. $10,500 total price. t.

nites PL 0-5533, days 751-2243. $9,500, $300 down, $77 month. Utilities, elderly person preferred. __. ,
Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. 2221 NW 58th St. .

101 NW PL 9-4371. Open Sundays and .
43 St. Open Sunday 30. evening.NO II' 520 NW 43rd :Street .
Total $10,000, only $250 FURNISHED modern' 1-bed

tlown, $G9 month pays all room apt will take a small CBS 2-bedroom 2 Fla. rooms garage, tile
Beautiful ,
Lovely 2-bedroom CBS, tile CLOSING COSTS. CBS duplex child up to 3 years old. MU ,

nest roof, Fla. room. This Is the 2-bedrooms each side, 1-0325. roof and oak floors. $450 dlown. $85 per month.
and
area home
lovely set tile roof, appliances. With $600
it sure. A. Ben-Korl, Realtor, j .
live rent free '
down, you can ; FHA terms.
nites PL 9-5533, days 7512243. as the monthly payments are DOLL HOUSE 2-Bedroom

only $89.75 FHA terms. Life CBS Jalousied windows, awnIngs I .
DRIVE BY Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave PL enclosed back porch,
1219 NW 31 St.- ,then lovely call 2-bed-me, 9-4371. Open evenings and Sun- stove and refrigerator. Spotless 716 NW 77th> Street
Price is $9,000,
and out.
inside
room days.
CBS, really a bargain. Life
month.
total $9,500, only $250" down $300 down 4932 and NW$75 7 Ave. PL "To See It Is To Buy It"
and $07 month pays all A. Ben- CORNER :3-BEDROOM CBS Realty,
andSundays. '
Ron,, Realtor, nltes PL. ; 9-5533" freshly painted, large enclosed 9-4371. .Open evenings 'Gorgeous CBS, 34>edrooms, huge Fla. room and tile
ds 751-2243. appliances wpa-
front porch, "
i rate garage. A bargain at $9,200. roof$450 down. $80 per month, FHA terms.

$300 down and $63 month. Don't WHITHER THOU (3OE8T
DUPLEX CBS like new, tile miss this! Life Realty, 4932 NW Handy Bible which fits conveniently .
bath: floors, refrigerator.stove 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open evenings into your glove compartment
water heater, close to and SundaysNO Is ever beside, you offering 1436 NW 35th ,Street
Allapattah business section, on of.mlnc.Land Inner -

'bus> line, good Income property QUALIFYING. Like neW. scurlty peace whrever, you may Lovely CBSt 2-bedroom, Fla. room, hardwood floors,
If
you are looking for a 2-bedroom CBS with be. Everyone can benefit hy
Rood B35-3HG.buy, from owner, call 2 full bathrooms. Each bed- having this Kintf\James: VI- tile roof and built-in. kitchen, $1,000 down, bank
has its own entrance and ennese Bible at his fingertip
room beautiful bathroom.Flat Let the. auto-bible accompanyyou terms. $11,000 total price.
its 0 w n
UNUSUAL: STAMP OFFER tile roof, wall to wall clos- 'In'your travels. Only 6
edition, leather .
300 built-in kitchen, dollars. Luxury
colorful Yugoslavian ets, large
stamps, all different, for only 5 awning windows, etc. A bargain bound with gold: inlay, 10
dollars. Send cash, check or at $12,500 and $85 month. dollars, pre-pald by check,
$
money order. Prompt delivery Life Realty, 4932 NW, 7 Ave.and cash or guaranteed.money order Sorry, return, noCOD's. NEWS REALTY Inc.

guaranteed by: Klein, Steyr, PL 9-4371. Open evenings postage. Blbel-Servlce, Vienna

Hafnerstrasse 4, Austria. Sundays. 13, Braunschwelggasse: 13, Aus- (The Broker that work for you)


"NO CLOSING COSTS' 3- LIKE CBS NEW, Jalousied- Modern windows 2-bed-, tria. BRAND NEW LOCATION
room
bedroom, 2 bath CBS, enclosed awnings, carport, yard,
front porch, separate garage feed Inside HELP WANTED PL 40655FOR ,
completely fat furniture salesman 4740 NW 7th Ave.
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I PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1964 LECTURER VISITS


Carverltes were honored witha r.I .

BTW NEWS I LETTER TO EDITOR visit of Mr. John O'Connel, a
'School NASA (National Aeronautics
Children I
Congratulations are extended I Space Administration). I I
to the English: Department In I Visit PrecinctDear )
their culminating program for / Mr. O'Connel's talk began: r
the Shakespearean Festival Sir; a short history of rockets. He ,

May 7. The program featured Last Tuesday, May 5, which demonstrated to the high ,.
Patricia 'Kelly as the narrator was election day, as a Poll school audience the steering I
with students delivering special Watcher in precict No. 120, I system of the first rocket usedas
excerpts from works of the witnessed something that I a combat weapon, which
"Bard". Aurthur Bean portrayed feel should be brought to your was an arrow. The world's
Marc Anthony. Earnestine attention and the attention of simplest rocket !is a ballon full 1 .. i'i
I
Platt, Arnold Bowleg, William the community at large. of air. h

Green end others were ,"also Three of the teachers at The U.S. and its scientists

special characters. Douglas Elementary School of aren't the first to think of going

Julius Lee a BTW graduate, which Mrs. C. Clark Is princi- 'i to the moon. Japan's Wong Ray Bradley, Constable In Roderic Silva, playground Su-
Silver Knight In drama for 1963 pal, namely Rev. Cohen, Mrs. Vou a scientist, fashioned a District 2 is shown with his pervisor. Bradley sponsoredthe
was the guest artist. Julius Is Mitchell and one other whose crude missle of wings, a chair, softball team at Dixie Park. team and paid $300 for the I

getting ready for his role of name the I polls don't the know children broughtInto from and a few simple rockets. Since At Bradley's right in rear Is uniforms.

Othello at the University of Mi what appeared to be their fifth that trip, he hasn't been seen.
ami. Earllngton Heights Ele- and sixth civic classes. Many people say that Wong
grade Vou !Is the "Man in the Moon." ""
from fourth
mentary group These teachers MAYS HIGH '" '"'
patiently explained
grade appeared on the programIn Sir. Isaac Newton contributed
the children
: to the
a country dance of the periodof and function of a poll-operation to the present space age Three Mays High students Willie Lourene

the Bard and a special ballet ing place. The teachers explained work with his law of Inertia, proved early in May that it is
was performed by the BTW the various duties of the poll which says for every motion not always beneficial to workIn Hopkins'TV
Physical Education classes. personnel from there is an equal and opposite large groups, as they walked

The Sheriff, Chief Clerk your on through Deputy reaction. Mr. O'Connel demonstrated away from Hialeah High, where Repair Shop
mixed chorus
of BTW
rendered approrplate selections. to the poll watcher.To this with the firing ofa they had participated In the
gun. Initial social studies senate, RADIOS AND HI-FI'S
Shakespearean notebooks scrap- me, Mr. Reeves It ,was a with second prize !in all cate-
books and bulletin boards were very timely and worthwhile It was explained that for gories they entered. They entered I AND YOUR FAVORITE
on display. Winners were: First project and I think that these many years, an excellent fuel six categories and six
prize, Mrs. Ethel Graham's 12th teachers and principals should was needed to operate our rocket times they were second place RECORDS
,
grade class; other prizes were have a little recognition for Within the last years winners. 5001 NW 22nd Ave.
presented to Mrs. Evelyn their efforts and well planned LOX (Liquid oxycren) has been
Mincy's 12th grade class and project. The children were very discovered. It affords the ne Each school was allowed 10 Free pick up and delivery
Mrs. Hazel Davis' 12th grade orderly and cooperative. It cessary combustion to propel participants, but for reasons
class. Mrs. Mincy and Miss Jacqueline Mr. Reeves, we need more the rocket. Even more recent not known to this writer, Mays Service Calls $1.50

Tooks were faculty cochairmen community projects of this na- ly Hydrogen Oxygen has been had three participants, Rosetta Phone:
for the event. ture. Again sir I say thanks to I discovered as a successful fuel., Rolle. a senior, Cynthia Dennis

The BTW .baseball team ended these wonderful people and I and Rosa Jones, both Juniors. 6349484 or 634.9672

The a team successful defeated season the May Miami 7.I I your this letter Indulgence so they In might publishing know I II I NORTHWESTERN HIGH Tests were given in the various -..-..----..-...-- --.......-
social science fields and
someone appreciates their .
Northwestern Bulls 7-4 to end work RE-CHFDULER JUNIOR each person was scored individually -- V hMN.hN N- -
the year with a 10 won four ACTIVITIES and when test I
scores ,
loss record. Outstanding players Thanking you very much, I Newsboys WantedTo
into
am, I were compiled team scores,
were Rodney Thompson, Miami Northwestern throughthe Mays emerged with three
second
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William B "Rocky" BeckhamJ.
Plummer Williams, Maurice office of the principal S. O. place and third place.
Wallace, Fletcher Young, Richmond Cohen, verified that the rest Sell
Young, ,James Reddick W. Johnson Elem.The of the Junior activities for 1004 Mays was the only Negro THE MIAMI TIMES
and Dwight Carey. Coaches PTA has pledged Its will be held In the evening.In school participating. The others -
support
I I were Everett and Pratt. Representing to purchase Blackout CUr- an effort to improve com were Coral Gables, Hialeah, IN RICHMOND HEIGHTS

), BTW to kick-off tains for the school. At present, munity relations, It was decided Coral Park and Southwest.The .
the Miami Clean-Up Week, the administratively, that all activities
educational
and related films
) f marching band Joined other which involve n large purpose of the meetingwas Contact Richmond Height
shown classes the hall.
are to In
\ bands In a parade down Flagler number of students should 11\l to set up a senate for students -
The PTA Is the
j St. Remember, Join the clean- helping Sum- presented in the evening.! This interested in the social Drugs
mer Reading Program financially -
campaign! decision was reached after sciences.
up begin at home the last a
,
same as
and let year. considerable number of
your drive spread to Our school will offer a Reading parents Josephine King nnd
your school. I indicated their desire to a junior 14638 Lincoln BoulevardPainting
Program again this Summer. attend these Tho newly elected student council'

Juniors and Senior will don This program Is offered to schedule for the programs.coming eventsIs president for the 1DG4-65 term, --...-..--..-..-.-...-..-
their prettiest to children presently enrolled in has been chosen by Grambling
annual prom festivities dance in May the grades three through six. The as follows: College In Louisiana to particl b-......44-... .. .....

15, at Bayfornt Park. Parent program will begin June 15, Distinction Day Wednesday! pate in the National Science
are reminded that they are and will continue for six weeks. May 20, 8 p.m.* Foundation Summer Institutefor Contractor
also Invited to attend. The The children will be in three Class Play Thursday, May High-Ability High School
theme this year is "Moon River." groups. Each group will be in 28, 8 p.m. Students.
Juniors observed Distinction session for period of one hour WARNER HINES
Day, May 14. Congratulations and a half Parents are urgedto Prom Friday, May 29, Bay- Three students and a teacher
to Billy Hall elected presidentof have their children attend front Park Auditorium 8-12 later in April were selected by
the District Student Council these sessions. The school will p.m. the Amedican Association for h'.
and James Thomas for their offer for the first time this summer Senior Class Play 8 Arvancement of Science to par-
p.m.,
fine work this year. OrIenta- A Pre-School Children May 21.Awarde. ticipate In the Holiday Science
tion was held May 13, for sixth Program The purposes of this Lecture Series to be held at
graders from the feeder schoolsof program is to prepare those Night June 1.8pm the University of Miami June .e
Dunbar, W. Dunbar children who will start schoolin Class Night and Alumni Night 1112. The speaker, Dr. Robert
Douglas
and Phllls Wheatley. September for the first grade. June 3, 8 p.m.Commencement Livingston, of the National Institute
This will be especially helpfulto of Health will speak
Congratulations are in order those parents, whose children Vespers from the topic, "How Man
for Mrs. Bessie Forbes 12-5 for have not had the opportunity Dinner Key: Auditorium June Looks at His Own Brain."
having,: highest number of seniorson to attend other Pre-Schools. 7, G p.m. "The It
the, honor 'roll, to Mrs. Rose If your child has not. enrolled Commencement Dade lectures are presentedeach l
County
year In selected cities for Licensed and Insured
Anderson 11.5 for the please do so now. I
blghestnumber Auditorium
June 8, 3 p.m. groups of high school students
of Juniors, to Mrs. He Color and Citizenship Day Class Gift Dade County Aud who have
demonstrated
len Robinson 10-7() for the high- will be held on May 20, at 9:30: itorium, 3 p.m. June 8. exceptional end
By City County
est number of sophomores and a.m., In the school's cafetorlum. Interest or ability In sci

to the following Junior high At this time various awards to *-Places not designated affairs ence or mathematics. Although Service phone FR 9-8685
school teachers for having the be given to students of J. W. will be held in the audi the lectures are primarily for
highest number on each grade Johnson. One of the highestawards torium. students limited FREE ESTIMATES
a number of
level: Mrs. Holton, 0-2; Mr Miller to be presented at this . .
8-5: Mr. J. Alexander Mackey time will be the annual Junior LIBERTY CTY invitations are reserved for interested ..........-s..e .......

7-3D. Mr. Reuben Miller receives American Citizens Award. teachers," according toa Your silent salesmanA
the press banner for hay1 This award is given annually We had our last professional letter from the AAAS coor
ing the highest among of stu- to the student who has exemplified I faculty meeting last Tuesday, dinator. classified ad!
dents on the honor roll than outstanding leadership May 12. And as always, we

any (group in the entire school. In various areas such as: were pleased! to have been 1- -........ .... ........__........................... _...."""' ... _, _, _ J
There are twenty-four of Mr.; The school, home, church, present, for the participants of
Miller's homeroom students on and the community as a whole. recnt city-wide conventions
the honor roll.,Each received an I. The six grade will have its made their ,reports to the JET TV CLINICHOME
average of 3.0 and above. annual program on May 29., at group.
8 pjm.,. in the school's cafetor-
Congratulations to the tennis i ium. These school On Tuesday night May 12,
closing program
we also had our last PTA meetIng
team for winning second place will climax the schools' SERVICE CALLS $1.00
In the state tennis matches. : for the school year.Ve
Mr. activities. All friends and
James Wright and the winnersare ents of James W. Johnson par- wish to thank our officers whoso Day or Night

to be congratulated. Con School are Invited to attend time unselfishly and donated their We,Service All Mak.. of
grats are also extended to the both exercises. energy toward the .
equators and aquananuts for making of the school's PTA. HI-FI's
and STEREOSWe
their outstanding performance Let us thank all for your cooperation Let's not forget to register
In the task which brought with us this school our boys and girls for the Also Rent
honors to the team. Coach John term. Summer Program. Remember

L. Tellie and members of the that the program begins June TV's by the week or month

Physical Education Departmentare 15. Denis R. Thomas, reporter;
also to'be congratulated for !In on time and strive for per Mary Ford Williams, principal.
producing these winners. fect attendance. The alternative 907 .2nd AVENUEPhone
to these will be to start saving I
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for summer school
you to look for your textbook, your tuition money Your Silent Salesman A FR 4-2044

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Chapter Honors Movie "Thoughts"By I SATURDAY" MAY 16, 1964 PAGE 15

Mist Samahtha tnez Edwards
Dade County FRANCES HENDKIIBON
music consultant
ST. JAMES AME CHURCH TEMPLE BAPTIST
was recently crowned Miss 444 ,, ,
Alpha of 1064 by the Beta Beta I Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor Mother's Day was fittingly
Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi In Coconut Grove Bert Cooper, reporter bsewed. Mrs. Susan Hepburnwho
Alpha Fraternity Inc. of Miami Youth Day had its kick off had the honor of being
a 4r at Its first coronation ball hon ACE on Monday. The youth of Mother of the Day for several -

orlng Miss Alpha! Phi Alpha. Saturday and! Sunday the church are rallying oenmd years was pleasantly sur-
Miss Edwards 1 is orglnally chairman, Alfred Scott, co- prised to find one who was her
from Tallahassee and an alum- May 16-17 chairman, Betty Brown and senior by three years. Thla'
nus of Florida A and M Uni- their adult leaders for a grand was Mrs. E. Joker They shar.

: 1 1r versity of that city. "DAY OF THE OUTLAW", day that will terminate In ed the honor. Mrs Emily 1
w Before coming to Miami she an action-packed Western, In June. Gray-Thomas was the youngest

$ was emoloyed bv: the Bay color, starring Robert Ryan, All members and friends of mother present.All .
a County Board of Public Instruc- Dan Duryea and "Day of The St. James should also rally
r d a tion at Panama City and also Trifflds," in color and starring around these youngsters and mothers were tagged by
served on the faculty at Fla. story of plant-like monsters help them to make theld day their children or grandchildren -
A and M where she was music that walk and kill one grand, big day. or presented with flowers
librarian.She We will endeavor to keep you sent by Brother Frank John-

Is the daughter of Mr. This Week at Capital posted on how they are pro- son.
find Mrs. John B. Edwards of gressing.
The Red Circle and Sunshine
REV. EDWARD T. Tallahassee.Miss CAPITAL Another Mother's Day is his- Band Mrs. Miriam Hepburn,

Edwards is talented and and tory now, tout we must report director, will present its annual -
Friday '
accomplished soloist, a member Saturday that Revs. Theodore Roddy and Talent Unlimited Sunday,
GRAHAM
of Iota Alpha Theta Service May 15.16 M. M. Williams made the day a 3:30: p.m. at the church. Someof
Sorority and n member of Mt. memorable one. Rev Roddy the finest talent of the com

Vice-president ZIon Baptist Church where she "TUB MAN WHO SHOT took charge of the morning munity will appear on the program
Is director of the Teen Choir. LIBERTY VALANCE" In color worship while Rev. Williams and two, of our outstanding
Miss Edwards is music con stardlng John Wayne and took charge at the evening ser- leaders will be honored. -
Director sultant for Phyllis Wheat y James Stewart On the same vice. These two men of the The public is Invited.
and West DUnbar Elementary bill Is the master comedian, cloth are supervising while
Franklin Federal Schools. Jerry Lewis In "Rock-a-Bye Rev. J. B. Blacknell Is In Cin- Next week members and
Baby," a scream of a comedy cinnati at the General Confer- friends will celebrate the 34th
Thank You in color. ence. anniversary of the church and
Savings and Loan pastor. The services each evenIng -
As usual the oldest mother,
I 6337 NW 24th Place Sunday Monday, Tuesday the youngest and the mother beginning at 8, will be
April 23: 10( Association of Miami Dear FrIends May t7-18.19 with the most offsprings were sponsored by the different

We wish publicly to thank the honored. Mrs. Annie Wooten auxiliaries with various minis-
Reverend Graham has long entire staff and members of FIRST MIAMI SHOWING was the oldest mother, while ters and their congregations In
been a moving force In our Jolllvette Plaza Senior Centerfor of "A YANK IN VIET NAM". Mrs. Vera M. Coffee was the charge. The public Is invited.
This of conflict mother with the most children
exciting story
As
leader consideration
communltv. a In the your cour-
sociological l battle of our times tesy and thought in making' and combat stars Marshall and Mrs. Callie Brndwell, the Tuesday evening, the men

and a man of the cloth he Is re our 45th wedding anniversary, Thompson. In contrast to this youngest. met and were organized for
20th Century struggle for peaceis Men's Day Deacon George E.
spccted not only In our Immediate so Inexpressibly happy by your -
flowers and the historical "Siege of theSaxons" Hepburn was elected chairman,
South Florida community presence, gifts LAW DAY
with Janette Scott Brother Charles Armbrose, cochairman -
but also in church, greetings: on this Impressiveand
business and financial circles for us, a memorable occa- and Ronald Lewis in delightful : Deacon F E. Daw-
color. Friday, May 1, was Law
throughout the nation. sion. Day. The nation observes this kins, secretary, and brother
Our thanks to Wednesday and! Thursday
special our
Stafford Bain treasurer.
In Bar ,
day. Dade the
lIe often tells the of County
story social: worker, Mrs Mell Balse,
the old who his May 2021A Association Joins in encourag
man was on Mrs. Othello Johnson, Mrs Ol-
death bed when the preachercame tie Johnson, Mrs. Arie J. Gary, SPECIAL RETURN ing' the' widest possible observ-
ance of Law
to see him. The preacher Mrs. Lillian K. Smith' Eugene SHOWING of Sidney Peltier's The theme Day was, "Observe the would be welcomed if only one
said "Brother Jones
are you Smith, Mr and Mrs. Henry "Virgin Island." Co-Rtarring Law to Order, Justice half of our population carried
willing]] to the devil -Key ,
renounce Fuchs, Mrs. Ruby Whaley. are John Cassavetes and Ruby Freedom( It Is a very appropriate such observance out not for
The old man answered, "No, Iain't. It Is the greatest honor that
Dee (whom you may rememberfor theme and certainly Law Day but as a way of life.
I don't
figure I'm in any has ever Been bestowed upon her touching role as Polt-

position" to be making enemies I us.Gratefully Ier's wife In "A Raisin'' In the
yours, Sun.") Alfred Hitchcock's sus-
f WIlliford Young thriller "Vertigo" will Tuesday May 19
pense Grand.Opening
"In this world, continued I (Mrs.) Pauline Young around in
keep going ,
you
Rev Graham, "Our eyes may and n.1 ..... ,
circles until the exciting
l>p on heaven, but our tee.
should be firmly planted on "WHAT NEEDS TO surprising end. This picture
James Stewart and
the ground It is my firm belief BE DONE" ON Kim features Novak and as usual, the
that i
every man, every woman IntrIgue
old master craftsman of -
and every family should OPEN MIKEOpen Is up to his deceptivebest.
have a savings account. It's
existance brings security and Mike, with host Hen I POST TMidi00
I drick J. Berns will discuss Friday! and Saturday
peace of mind.. It helps us to P.M,
help ourselves" he said. "What Needs to be Done?" next ahttt .
Sunday night from 7 to 9 p.m. May 22.23

"At Franklin Federal Savings Guests will be Robert Shevin, Althea Gibson, World Champion -
and Loan Association, a financial candidate for the Legislature: Tennis Player, shares top
Institution chartered by Miami Beach Councilman Mal- billing with William Holdren

the Federal Government, supervised vin Englander and Attorney and John Wayne in a moving
by the Federal Govern Jerome Greene.As story of the Civil War, "Horse
tnent your savings ore Insured usual the program will Soldiers." On the same bill -

to $10,000 by th" Federal Saving come live from the Hampton "Night Creatures." ", .. H.,,..,. .,.,......

** and Loan Insurance Corporation House. In Edison Center S ."..", ...-

a permanent agency;
of the Federal Government $126 Give Away CENTER .

Hens at Franklin Federal your 11 NOWI! twiN DOUBLE
funds earn generous dividend On WAME Radio Now Showing!

-I'/i' percent a year, paid and Radio Station WAME is trying By popular demand, "Llllles
coniponded four times a year! to give away $126 to anyone of the Field" the picture which
That's over 100% greater earning who has any license number helped Sidney Pol tier win the
power than the interest that Whammy radio announcesover coveted Oscar as best actor of
paid by tins Post Office. the air waves. All people the year, Is being held over thru
have to do Is listen to the auto Tuesday, May 10.Overtown.
"What's more, at Frankllr license numbers aired over
Federal your dollars are always FAME and 1 If they hear their
available you can own license number and they t
withdraw or add to their have a Whammy car-window Friday and SaturdayMay

whenever you like, withoutred sticker on their automobile, 15.16 .
tape and it only takes a call the station and they maybe
minute to do. $126 richer. Clint Walker and EH "Kook Ie"

Flvrnes In "YELLOWSTONE
"I heartily recommend to my 3rd Annual Women' KELLY" Full of the color
many good friends throughout glory and action of the We t
South .Florida -to' take thi opportunity DayAt In rolor. You can nl!so we H. G.Wells' .

to open their_account Little Rock AME Mission .- famous "Tim Machine"as
.at Franklin Federal Sfivingf well ai "Out of This World.
speak
May 17, our morning
and Loan Association, a strong I er is Rev. M. Green. To all I Two science-fiction pictures
federally chartered ossoclatlor well wishers you are Invited to starring Rod Taylor.

'with resources approaching come Women's out Day and drive.help us In our Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
tour
million dollars.
Evening speaker Rev. C. Roberts May 17-18-19

"Make friends with the good every one is welcome.E. .
Homles, chairman "JACK THE: GIANT KIL l
people at Franklin Federal D. Gallon co-chairman LER" In color with Kerv'n'

they'll assist you in opening anew 5695 NW 32 Ave. Mathews. Also "Ocean's 11"

savings account. You will Minister A. Gallon starring The Clan, Frank ,Plna-::
be tra, Sammy Davis Jr. and Dn I
delighted at the rapid I
"" Martin. The story of a Las VeI "MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD"DON
growth your savings account RENT gas robbery that could have
will make as you add to It reg- FOR been the perfect crime.

ularly and as Franklin Federal New 3-b droose bona
adds to It quarterly with gen- Wednedajr, May 20 1 week Meet STONEJUVENILE
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
erous dividends. FIRST MIAMI SHOWING I !
THE THIN RED LINE" featuring -
"Franklin Federal Savings Diporit * Kelr Dulea the star of
and Loan Association Is open RENTAL "David and Lisa") Jack War- JUDGE

from 000: 'till 3:00 dally and AGENCY den also stars In this excellentwar .
Sharing the hill 't. .
picture.
until 8:00 p.m. Friday evenings.Our will be "Herod the Great" with VOTE! MAY 26 VOTE!
offices are located at the NE 4-0500 Edmund Purdum. An epic mo-

corner of NW 3rd 4'e.. and la'lf ion picture of Biblical pagean

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I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, ALA "'00 ooocu ooOC'Cj OCilOOOOOO.oO ot:!D CiGGOOOOOOO. searchers of the recofds sifting
through the pages of the rec-
SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1964 PAIGE 17 I ord books since he launchedhis
LOOKING THE National
I.f hitting spree against -
this
' League pitching

I'i. ...................... ... ..................................,..........................,........ ......................................... ... .................... season. No National Leaguer'
, SPORTS WORLD OVERBy has posted such a record since
the
,' Bill Terry accomplished
i feat in 1030.

Spearing LEO Elevenyears laber, Ted Williams -
: I ARMBRISTER'a::: whipped the American

_-,,--- -----_...'V''v AAA w __..__+_ League pitching fora 40G and
1957 Williams came close
PAIl AND BIRDIE PLAY the most popular golf course in again with a 388 average.
With Sports AT BILTMOREThe the county and In recent days,
hazardous layout of the the heavy traffic on this The turn of the century has
, course can be credited partly to given up only eight batters
HARRY SPEAR Blltmore Golf Course was inline
py of succession for the 5th Its popularity and partly to the with the charmed 400 plus average -

... ......... ............................... ........................................................... monthly tournament of '64 for fact that Miami Springs Is haying They are: Napoleon La-
the Par and Birdie Club. a face-lifting job for the Jole 422 In 1901; Ty Cobb, 420
BOXING HEADLINES AROUND PAN next few months. in 1911, 410 in 1912, and ,401 In
The usual club majority was
I. out to watch tee shots at the The Springs management, realizing -;1922; George SIsler, 407 In 1920,
; AM AND 5th STREET GYMS start, and 'to'' squirm over.puttsat the great demand golf- ,420 in 1922; Rogers Hornsby,
I action. A surprise for my next the end, while enjoying a ers have in this area, Is operating 401 in 1922, 424 in 1924, 403 in
\\1 LOU GROSS was awarded column. good day of golfing fun. nine holes of the 18 while 1925; Harry Heilmann 403 in

the Broken Stokes Plaque for I Those who found the courseto the. others are being workedon. 1923, and Shoeless Jackson 408
the Trainer of The Year. As
their liking were able to
in 1911
you' all. know, Lou trains WILLIE REVERSED COMMISSIONS DECISION REVERSE' hold a little edge on masteringthe MAYS\ MOST\ LIKELY TO
PASTRANO, the light- tough design were: This may be the year for a
400" CIRCLE
champion of world In Accra, Ghana, the world'stwo
heavyweight'3as 'trained biggest bodies said Sugar Championship Flight i400 hitter, and if it is, Mays is
He many; a great
,
C fighter In his day. Ramos still Is featherweight James Everett 70; Hal Brant. Willie Mays sent many ;now in the drivers seat.
'
'I ley 71.First.
champion, but angry words -
-- --- ---
'still' swirled around the sceneof l flight: Leo Pinder 73;
W1ll1e'p'astrano received the his disputed battle with Oscar Edwards: 74.
same award for the Fighter' of Floyd Robertson of Ghana. Attention!! Attention!!
The Year Abe J. Greene, commissionerof Second flight: Luther Wells, :
the World Boxing Association 73; Dave Bondu 75.
said chaos would rule -Ifboxing Third flight: Margaret SEE THE ,FABULOUS NEW
JOB NARDI is back from authorities were allowed Brown 73; Bruce McCord 74.
his rest in Chicago and has to overrule Judges' decision.
started training for a fight In Dave Bondu, tournament director -
the near future.PLORENTINO. The British Boxing Board of has concocted a unique "Sunshine Homes"Now
Control said it would not rec- Idea for the meeting of the I
ognize the move by the Ghana club to be held at the LeJeune'
I FERNANDEZ I ,.Boxing Authority to reverse Golf Course, June 15. In real- For Public
Is training for his TV shot and give the title to Robertson.The ity, he is calling the hands of Open Display
I ,\ with JOSE GONZALEZ at local press attacked the all who boast about Uelng so j: __-
Madison Square Garden May two judges who voted for skillful they could beat an op-
29. Ramos, Ed Lassman of Miami ponent with one 'club; he Is
president of the WBA, and going even better and is 'allowing -, Sun. From 1to 6 P.M.
Ramon Velazquez, head of the I.
whoCALDERWOOD a choice of three clubs
ALLAN HARMON.
fights CHIC ,Mexico Boving Commission.let's excluding theputter; so bring _
the Britishheavyweight Empire light- along the three clubs you play t
champ In Scotland best with and don't forget These new homes have everything
May 28 I is training hard your putter and have a lot of you
for this fight. A win here and b fun Le Jeune.in the Fun Tournament at want, Mr. and Mrs Home Buyer. See

Allen will go places. better them!
BBB I All other regulations of tournament .
plays would be strictly
.
'MARTY KAPLAN, former
adhered to and this should
undefeated middleweight who businessr .
undoubt-
prove interesting and
was trained Uy Lou Gross, was edly much fun. Location of these new homes: .
sworn In as a commissioner bV
I the Miami Boxing? Board. We I : SPRING CLOSING LOADSLE .
i need more men like Marty on I It iVrBURELvII JEUNE
t, ', the board. I Le Jeune is fast becoming
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