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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 23, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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41st YEAR, No. 37 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1964 16 PAGES 10 CENTS
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Metro Commission Votes The voters of Dade County should make Tuesday I

I May 26> a day to be remembered in the history

of Florida. That is election dillY\ the day

for Public AccomodationsThe when this section of the state will have its first opportunity -

to select one of its sons as chief executive.
of the Sunshine State.
Metro Commission made lieved that the commission I
its strongest civil rights would have to pass some sort. Mayor Robert King High 'has made his position
statement Tuesday when it of ordinance if the law is declared crystal clear in that he will give the Negro a fair
voted 6-2 in favor of a public unconstitutional. deal should he be elected. Ilaydon, Burns has taken i4 I-

accommodations law for Dade During the one-hour discus- just the opposite view and heaven help us should
County "as soon as legally pos sion of the resolution, AttorneyEd
such
sible." Claughton opposed the a bigot be elected our governor.To '

The action came as result of plan because "it would be em- elect Mayor High governor EVERY' CITIZEN
,
the urging of the 18-member barrassing to our U. S. sena- N N,
MUST VOTE. No amount of fancy talk and good
Community Relations Board. tors who are now fighting the '\-.,
Commissioner Arthur Patten .civil rights bill" It will be a intentions have ever won an office for n candidate, ,",'.:.)
objected to the timing and Com crucial blow to their argu- for they cannot be counted. The man you choose ', ,. ,'.
missioner Hardy. Matheson ments, he said. He challengedthe will only be elected if you give him your VOTES in : 1';
contended that lit asked him to I make-up of the Community \to. .1'.)J.
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that will
a way they mean something. \: t,.
take a stand contrary to state Relations Board. ,t:4tJ, I,
law he had taken an oath to He did not see the need of Dade County has 429,150 registered voters, but \
uphold. the law since hotels here have on May 5, just 48 percent went rto the polls. At the Public Invited to
According' to James Kynes, already intergrated voluntarily -
attorney general of Florida, a said Robert Jackson, president same time some North Florida counties had as highas "High Tea"I
1957 state trespassing law of the Greater Miami Hotel 86 percent of their total population cast their You and your' friends are
makes any public accommodation Association. ballots. cordially invited to attend a
law invalid. On motion of CommissionerTom High Tea in honor of our next
The law Is being contestedin O'Malley, the board's Political apathy is an awful curse on any com- governor of Florida Mayor
federal courts, and it is be- resolution passed intact. munity. It stops :the wheels of progress and makes Robert King High The affair
pigmies out of giants. Let every person of voting ago' will be held Sunday May 24

in Dade go to the polls on Tuesday and make use from tiful lawn 4 to 7 of p.m.the on Range the beau-Funeral -

Berserk Gunman Kills 8 of the political strength that has been dormant far Home, 5727 NW 17th Ave. .I-.
too long. It can be done. It must be done. Cornel! Bring' your neighbors
and friends. Mayor High will
I ", :XQJJ. MUST. DO IT!
-,' I be ,therein person to welcome
In Nassau j J' you There will be outstanding ,
Shooting 'entertainment,, a wtt..4' refresh' .......I
menus will be served. "Tbe admission -'1' -

Grim tragedy struck in Nassau w* open bar door, killing three 3. FACE DEATH IN Is Free.

Bahamas, Wednesday customers. Bulls Win State
evening when a despondent He then fled home and end
husband, armed with a shot- ed his own life with a single Baseball TitleThe
gun killed six persons, frightened shot from the gun. '
another to death, wounded SO. DADE ASSAULTThree Miami Northwestern
six more before shooting him- Rolle, who was a contractor, Bulls, with Willie Reynolds
self fatally. told friends earlier that even- pitching won its fourth state
ing that he Intended to kill tor test, but swore under oath FIAA baseball crown in seven
Reuben Rolle, 38a residentof "its wife "and a lot more" if South Sunday Dade men of were raping .. they did not beat them. years with a 12.3 victory over ,
the Grove in the Southern i she did not return to their found two guilty Mexican sisters in a The Jury of 10 white men Plant City Marshall Saturday ;
District, was mad because his home. verdict which might send ',and two Negroes retired at night in Tampa.
wife, Eloise left him a week Police said four members of them to the electric chair. I midnight Saturday and reported it. was the third state crown I
ago, police said. the Sweeting family heard his the no-mercy verdict copped by the Bulla They also
.hreat and laughed. Rolle The trio William Bailey, Sunday. won in football and track. i
During the. 30-minue of via and wounding four others in- 31, Mack Carles Watson Jr., 28, t
lent actions Rolle killed Carlton opened fire, killing the boy and Jimmy Wilson, 29 were ti
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Sweeting, a 14-year-old"' boy eluding a 2-year-old girl. quite calm when the verdictwas
and wounded four others 'when
they laughed at him. (A spec- He then jumped into his car The read.'12-man Circuit Court Jury
tator dropped dead from a with a box of shells for a 16-
recommend ,
heart attack.) gauge shotgun beside him, and did the not death penalty is mercy mandatory ,
thus
drove to the home of Mrs. Win I
lie drove to the home of his !ifred Ferguson, his ,sisterinlaw The men can appeal to
sister-in-law, wounded her 'where he killed his wife. higher courts and the State
and,killed his wife.! Down the Pardon Board.
street he killed an Ice cream The chain of murder followed No date for sentencing them
peddler, and fired through an was set, and Judge William A.
Herln ordered a pre-sentence ., r,\ f'r.r..
investigation before he com- / '

I Bishop, Ball .Moved. To Mississippi I mits them to death.

The occurred last Jan-
.' -.-.'..-.... rapes
Hson Bryant of Baltimore, H. uary when the Negroes reportedly -
BitkopHatcker I. Bearden of Atlanta and Hubert dragged thr#atotera.

'Comes ,to Florida Robinson of Detroit. from a car, parked near Goulds ,
The conference retired Bishops and forced them to suttnit un. I II
Bishop W. F. Ball was sent II S. L. Greene D. H. Sims, der threat of death.
to the eighth Episcopal district and R. R. Wright?
? Defense and prosecuting attorneys
by the AMB General Con-
clashed 'frequently w
ference which met in Cincinnati ,
trial
during the four-day overcharges
week. .
'i last torturedthe
that police I
The district comprises MIssissippi -
three men, and struck r

op Ball and has Louisiana.served the Bish-11th ; ) 'i ; them flashlight.with a phone book and a RE-UNITED BY A BOOK Robinson and Campanella pioneered -

district comprising Florida and ; This was the happy scene in the game.In .
the Bahamas fOr several Herman (Scatterhawk) Dixon when former Dodger stars and this chapter Campanella

years. >, / a surprise witness intro- pioneers in the major leagues frankly discusses the 'belief' on'Jj
He Is succeeded by Bishop :t; ,'("" .''' '" duced by Assistant State Attorney Jackie Robinson and Roy Cam- the part of the public,, that I be 1.
Eugene C. Hatcher who has t"l\ !; ,1. George Orr, testified panella, got together for a re and Robinson differed sharplyon I*
been transferred from --Ohio., ;, ,; that Wilson, one of. the'' accused union. Robinson travelled from the proper.approach to civil ,
The'DeW prelate hails from told him when they shared his midtown office where he Is rights questions. Campy cornea J
Alamaba, but started his .ministry jail cell, the beating story a National Deputy Director of all-out for an;:uncompromising -
under the administration was a fake. the Rockefeller-For President fight against prejudice and
ofi the late Bishop. R. A. Grantat Defense Attorney Phillip campaign, to Campy's Harlem crimination. The two 5
;-:a small Florida mission.H Carlton said that Wilson I liquor store. Jackie delivered to stars also agreed that ,the
was elected to'the bishopric 1 shirt was bloodied by police Campanella a copy of the latest lished stories on "hate d1s-l
during the'1966 quadreuukl beating, but the shirt could Jackie Robinson "BaseballHas organized to murder whites
conference m Miami. Bishop not be produced. Other exhib- Done It" in which Campy Harlem have been unduly
Ball' was elevated at the same its presented were not satis- contributed a chapter. The book unjustly exaggerated and
tlnwi. factory. which carries tape recorded done a disservice to .Harlem.
The four k aew Ushops elected Metro policemen who were interviews with, top baseball New York City,the nation-and III ;
thlil year are;. R. G. accused of torturing the men, stars, traces the course of Integration the civil rights cam*;.-qro(
BTately. of, St. Loolr; HaT 'W8HOP W. F. BALL refused to take the lie d Ieo- since the (lays when .by Dert SmIIb .Ii,',....
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will deliver
MIAMI TIMES u_ MIAMI, FLA. GLAD TO SEE Bertha nut Commencement Grove, Sermon at his faculty. will present a. Spring

Sharpe Jackson up and around Mater St. Augustine'sColle'ge1 Tea, Sunday, May 31, at 4.p.m.
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1964 again after a lengthy Illness. Alma Raleigh, N.C. on sun- in the school cafetorium 21300
The same goes for Lawrence Gibson will SW 122nd Aye. The theme is"Let's
Fr.
confined to day, May 24. '
Adderly who was with a doctorate Oo TO The world's Fair."
weeks. He: honored
Mt. Sinai for two on
exercises
at the
degree Mirs. AARON FARR proml-
AMONG BAND members receiving Monday.
letters at Curley 'High dent clubwoman, will presideat
School last week was John C. TIIK NKONTA TOURISTClub the 6th annual Program"Clin
?F+y Capers II, son of Deacon and entertained friends with a ic on Thursday, May 28 at Jor-
Mrs. J. Carle Capers. Sunday eveningat dan Marsh Auditorium, 1501
cocktail
party
The Biscayne Blvd., from 10 a.m. to
House.
TilE FRIENDSHIP Charityand the Hampton dancing to 12 noon. This annual Community -
Social Club met at the group enjoyed Royal Entertainers Service Program is sponsored
Sunset
home of Mrs. Frankie Dunn on music of the by the Women's Divisionof
MAY 17th, ten years ago, the HAPPY TO HEAR Mrs. Dena May 13 with vice president, band. the National Conference of

Supreme Court shattered for- T. Goodman is recovering froma Mrs. Rachel Coleman, presid- ORIOLES CLUB \\'ishIes Christians and Jews. Between
ever the unjust theory that recent Illness. was enjoyed TilE club
ing. A lovely repast Lucille McKinney 175 and 200 presidents and
classrooms should be segregated MRS CLUB members leisurely very highly. The next Mrs. chairmen are expected -
a very program
by race. In history, its lunched at the Coconut meeting will tie held at Mrs. their business manager Wednesday this
attend exciting: event.
to
birthday
school decision will rank among Grove Playhouse then remained s home. Mrs. Verdell happy
Fayson
the greatest ever made. lye to witness the productionof May 27, also sincere congratu- The theme Is: "You And Youth
have come a long way In Dade "Guys and Dolls.", Lovely Cox Is president. lations to Willie Fletcher, trea- Build Good Will"

County, but believe me, we afternoon thanks to chairman The Rev. Theodore Gibson surer, upon his coming mar- Continued'on 4
still have a long way to go. Ruble Mlzell.IP vicar of Christ Church, Coco- riage. page.
YOU haven't opened: your
BROTHER Henry Reeves checking] account at Lincoln ., ,,,,,.,
ot ,
entertained the Sigmas at his National Bank as it's 0' zJtJ' :f:.
yet,
home on Saturday evening. worth it .t\:43:., f..
Just to 'get those r "4" 1ti"V! .
TOMORROW afternoon from eye-appealing checks.ON '.;j;
SUNDAY, K.,,'|
four until seven the Cwe k Carroll
Club Is hosting a Garden Par- sponsored a Community Gath )/oJ-,
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ering in .. <,
Bunche Park Arena. }
ty to celebrate Its '44th anniversary -
THE BARNETT HOLSTONS
(Helen Higgs) are the proud ,
; w
Mrs. HOWARD BEARDMOREwas parents of a baby boy. Helen is '!i.
the speaker at the annual the sister of Mrs. Pauline >
Parent Education and Apprec Higgs Johnson. ;

iation program on Wednesday: IT APPEARS THAT t h o "1
evening at the James E. Scott little man who wasn't there"
Community Association.CONGRATULATIONS. has run off with my birthday
calendar so to all of you
to wonderful people celebrating
Alonzo Paschal, new member during the coming week -
of the King of Clubs. have a gay day. We sincerely
wish It for
'COMING SOON Mill ha t h eSRO's "TIlE you.OF
(standlnqraom only) YOUR LIFE"
"Time is the
dramatic group's second pro raw material of a a'
duction. This time these talent everything the When you awake in
ed folk have selected "Bad hour morning you have a 24-
Seed. supply of 'unmanufacured
iiWi10' 'the time of your

CONGRATS are in order for } all yours, and it is Graham Judge James Matthews Aitty. Harold Braynon
Little Miss Serena Rozier who your most precious possession. Rev. Edward

was crowned "Queen" at Jack Nobody can take. it away from
son's Todd Inn and the run- you. \ r'Y:=:..f J"

ner-up, Little Miss Nora Williams "Time cannot be bought or I ENDORSE

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sold and no other person receives -

GWEN WEI/TERS! (chairmanof more or less of It than
registration for Links Na- you. No genius was ever rewarded -
tional Assembly) says registrations with an extra hour a
are being made at sucha day. Time is dealt equally to

rate, this Just might be the all onra Perfectly democratic L. ShevinSTATE
Basis. You Robert
largest assemblyattendance : can't be punished
wise to date.ALONG by having an hour taken away
"You cannot borrow future
WITH my felicitations time. You can only use or waste
for Sandra Fox and Paul
Wyche, runners-up for Silver the passing moment not
Knights the same feeling goes the next hour or tomorrow LEGISLATURE GROUP 1
for my Boss, Garth Reeves who Failure to recognize the valueof
was one of the judges.INVITATIONS time. may destroy your future (To oppose David Eldredge)


post marked for have Iota been Phi "What are you doing with
LEVER
Lambda Sorority's Emerald 't'he time of"your life' in service : 4-A
Ball at the beautiful Starlight for others?
Room of the Biscayne Terrace (Given to the NAM by Mrs. ... ...
Hotel for May 29. The dance D. D. Toups president. Louis--
(Paid PoL Adv.)
iana Federation of Women's
chairman, Mrs. Janie Reeves
and committee have formulated Clubs!

plans pleasant that should evening.make this a WE DO A terrific amount of '-111111IIn nn nln]11InIn 1I1R1m ltlt.! J LLrlt J'IJU1ltJm'' {7lII'7mr1JZIf"1 nm,1IIl\-rt DR nIR I 111Il IIL,.\nn_mr I
very
talking, but on Tuesday let's

....SINCERE Sympathy to Edward actually: get out and vote. Believe R:
I8trn baD, 1015 NW 5th me, it's HIGH time. An Open Letter To Dade
place In the loss of his wife,
WIJ T,TAJTOTJTJIVEU., government _[]___ '
Flora. Funeral services were
held on Thursday chemist from Wright- _
Patterson Air Force Base, attended County Voters
NORTHWESTERN teachers." the Aerospace Medical _
are grateful to all Dade County Association meeting at Miami
teachers who aided them In Beach last week and delivereda _, The election on May 26 i* an all important one

their effort to add a note of technical paper to the group. in thai need
qualified
we
cheer to their co-worker, Mrs. While here he was houseguest s men to represent ua
Theodora C. Brown. of Mrs. Juanlta: Matthews. fairly in Tallahassee.
LITTLE Miss Janet Franklin -
(Pinky) entertained manyof QUITE A PARTY at Knight I Kenneth Myers is the qualified experienced
Beat Tuesday night for Mayor
her friends on Sunday in, Constable candidate for State
Bob High and Ray Legislature in Group 5.
celebration of her birthday Bradley Clyde Klllens really \a

NICE rolled out the welcome mat for ; sa h i Kenneth Myers served as special attorney
HOW to sec AgnesLowery "
his friends. Ken Myers Bob to the Dade
Representatives in 1963 and) hew
up and around agalr
Shevin and Bernie Berman
after her recent Illness. also were on the scene shaking has the education and background which has

hands. prepared him for public service. We whole-
GET WELL wishes to Mrs
heartedly endorse Kenneth Myers Please
Ruby Duren. We're sorry about OMEGA PSI PHI Fraternity
loss Ruby. will be entertaining their wives join with us and pull Lever 7-A for Ken
your and children Memorial\ Day in Myers in Group 5.
OUR "CHIEF", Editor Henry the Cabana area at Crandon

Reeves, was more than Park. Willie Lewis Is In chargeof Thank
you,
the all day picnic.
pleased last week with the efforts DR. E. A. WARD

of his grandson, RUSS JOSEPH MACKEY of De- E. A. Ward
Jolllvette.; Russ is editor of troit, Mich., Is visiting his sis-
Curley's Yearbook, The Lance ter, Mrs. Ellen Wallace. A for-
and according to Gramps, did mer Miami, he has lived In Detroit

an excellent, job. more than 30 years. KEN MYERS



LITTLE FOLKS PLAY SCHOOL

Cordially invites you to attend the CANDIDATE FOR STATE

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PROMOTION( EXERCISES LEGISLATUREPull


Saturday, May 30, 1964 6:30 p.m. .

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at .the .

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH,
KENNETH =MYERS (Paid PoL Adr.)

4600 NW 23rd Avenue Miami, Fla:

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Free Job Training at THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.


ro Lindsey HopkinsYoung SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1964 PAGE 3


____________ f k4 school urgently 16 and, and 22 men needed years who unemployed by old are the, between Florida out-of-are


State Employment Service to Planning: a Long Weekend?

take free job training in avia- There' better than West End Grand Ba-
tion, electronics, mechanical, no place ,
automotive, electrical, sales, hama* and Freeport, Bahaman; for ,the weekend of
service, and clerical occupationsthat
30 and June 2.
will start on June 1 at May
Lindsey Hopkins Vocational
School, said Harry L. Tyson, GALA EXTRAVAGANZAAt
Miami Metropolitan Area Manager
for the FSES. The New Club Blue Marlin

Tyson said that Interested Owned by G H. Garvey
young men should contact any
of the three local offices of the Direct from the U.s.A., appearing' June '1 and 2
FSES or call 377-2411 for an
apolntment to be interviewedfor The Recording Stars

this free Job training.At SAM & DAVE & THE MARVELSJoin
the present time we have
OM 93 young men signed up for the fun, come along to the 'Bahamas for a mere
this job training who are between
Florence Griffin and Ilrno In the Bulova Watch: Co. ad in 19 and 22 $25 roundtrip
Harris, two Brownsville Junior next month's issue. The picture years old. I Contact your travel agent and make early bookings
High teachers, arc ,two of the Trainees will receive ten
is of women in the
I a group
Miamians who have done mod- weeks pre-vocational trainingand
eling work for Central Casting powder room at Hlalcnh Race upon completion of this
Bureau hare They will appear Track. training they will enter Into
specialized vocational job train-
Ing in the type of work that SPEED QUEENNEW
the trainee selects In accordancewith

Miamians Get Break In his ability, 1964 MODELS



I National TV CommercialsEverybody Celebration Anniversary QUEEN SPEED


The Pink Carnation Circle HEAVY
watches-and no $105.00 a day for filming a com will celebrate Its 3rd annlver- DUTY
matter how hard you try you mercial, then picking up "re- I sarv Sunday, May 21, 4-fl p.m.
can't miss the commercials.The siduals'* (they get paid every- nt Mt. Zion Baptist Church. ,- WRINGER
Negro has made progress in time It Is shown on the air) for Guest sneaker will be Rev, WASHER
the various areas of programming say a possible $1000.00 a month Phlllin Cooper, who Is associa- HEAVY + -
tfut rarely Is a Negro woudn want the kid to giveIt ted with the music department DUTY
seen In an advertising TV com a go? of Carver High School. The AUTO 79 .S 5 -- i
mercial. Until recently, they musical program$ will feature ,
were not Included In the commercial So you take Junior down to some of Dade County's leading and up
media as talent, except for see Marian- can look at a talents. The general public is $189.95
segregated magazines. child and tell if he or she is a cordially Invited to Join with .

Negroes however, do buy products money maker" says Marian, us in our celebration. C. C, Miler Also Rebuilt Washers
and
that are advertised.Mur- who used to be In show busi- president. up
murlngs that have rumbled ness. "The kid has to have
movie. You know, I don't want All makes $69.95 up
have become g
over the Industry What's On _Irli *
actors, I want reacters. Theycan't
loud enough to be heard and
EASY CREDIT TERMS
be conscious of themselves,
Included Open Mike
now Negroes are being -
yet must be able to animate
among talent for all purpose and communicate." Open Mike, with host Hen- REBUILT WASHERSOF
Integrated advertising.How drik J. Berns, will discuss
do we know? 'They, are Gray haired men' and womenas "Why Committeemen and Com OPA-LOCKA, Inc. MU 5-1504 '
being used right here in Miamito well as middle aged and mltteewomennext Sunday 1290 AH Baba Avenue Opa-locka, Fla.
make National TV commer especially young men and women from 7 to 9 p.m. Guests will be
cials. This past month several are unlimited.There Is no Jlmmv James, Elliott Roose-
commercials were filmed using registration charge.They should velt, Mrs. Nancy Evans, Mrs,
both white and Negro. A year bring a picture. Anne Cramer and Mrs. An-
nette Baker.
ago, thanks to the perception I
Jim Randolph, a professionalactor
of a local agent Marian Polan. As usual, the program will
who has been teaching at
Central come live from the Finest Selections In Miami
a file wad begun at the North Dade High School says House. Hampton
Casting Agency at 2322 Biscayne "this is a once in a lifetime op
Blvd. A watch company, a shirt portunity to get In on the Lovely homes open
manufacturer, an oil and beer ground floor of a million dol-
clients all made National magazine lar industry." It is only right IlK 0IIf NIl NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ
ads Including Negroes that the advertisers begin to For Quality Building
along with white talent. Now, use the Negro who patronizeshis Term Lets Than Rent
Mrs. Polan feels, is the timeto product. Mrs. Polan has the
present the northern mar faith In the righteousness of PL 1-3604 -
kets with a complete roster of this work, so much so, that
professional Negro talent, and when no signs were then show-
for this reason she Is requestIng Ing of the Negro being used, a 5221 NW 8th AvenueCBS
the Negroes of the area to year ago she phoned me to ask
consider this new avenue of Income me to send some of my friends -&;; bedrooms, front porch, oak floors, tile roof.
and to register with her. and teachers to register. She

Central casting's stable of talent took Polorold pictures and began $350 down, $60 per month. $10,500 total price.
convince
gets called into action by to the New York
advertised Advertising Agencies to include .
many nationally products
because of Florida's climate Negroes. She was so successful
which Is perfect for outdoor (Life Magazine in the last 3 LOT OWNERS! 520 NW 43rd Street
issues have the pictures made
filming and because summer We plan, guide and a.hIM
commercials, each' and here time) has that she to feels establish that the Beautiful CBS, bedroom, 2 ,Fin rooms, garage, tile
come a
Year >
boating scenes, must be madein plan or oar
December to tie: ready to complete file of Negro talent roof and oak floor. $450 down. $85 per month.
show In May.Advertisers. and If necessary to train themas Custom Built Homes
to camera technique and
FHA terms.
want everyday movie acting skill. Attractive Additions

types so people can Identify
with them, explains Marian What's the future for you in Quality Alteration .

who started this agency five Television? Good bank financing 716' NW
77th Street
years, and which handled the Absolutely nothing say's
past year $190,000 of talent fees. Marian "
What American mother at "only money. f AaaaUo..d L "To See It Is To Buy It"
the thought of Junior making Are you' ready?
.,., mmVI1I(3( 9tJ Gorgeous CBS, 3-fcedrooms, huge Fla. room and file

'1'_y'';;':, ., fa...... roof, $450 down. $80 per month, FHA term.

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who is seeking the I Igovernor's
Mayor\ Burns of Jacksonville,
office, let his constituents know that he is opposed -
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to the Civil Rights Bill.
Miami thanks the, Community Relations Board and
most' of our outstanding businessmen for the enviable interracial -
position she now occupies in the community ofI I

states.Are there any reasonable persons who fail to admit I R

that the racial innovations in our city have made Miamia
H. : better place in which to live?

IT'S HIGH, FOR GOVERNOR LEVER 2-A

BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU

ONTD The' Better Business Bureau of Greater Miami, Ino.,

Entered John E. White, chairman, held its 12th anniversary on
at Wednesday evening in the Sky Room of the New Ever- I :

glades hotel. Biscayne Boulevard.Mr. I it:
** Larry King served as toastmaster and did an excellent -
Main job. The principal speaker was Martin Waldron, f't

editor of the St. Petersburg Times.
The Mayor Chuck Hall presented the Bureau a Procla- Miamian Teaching

world. mation of Commendation.The in
Barbering ,
legal every Better Business Bureau, with a membership of

.trfre* to 940, is the only one of its kind in the state. Its purpose is Puerto! Rico
-wrt eat to promote and assist in maintaining truth, honesty and :
accuracy in advertising and selling practices and. to help El Mundo (The World) of
increase justified public confidence in the printed and San Juan, Puerto Rico, recently -
spoken word of business. carried the story of the
This graduation of 38 students -
from the CONGRATULATIONSThe eight of them women who
of that Church of the Open Door at 8th Avenue and received from the Universityof
Puerto Rico diplomas from
of all I 60th Street dedicated its new, modern edifice last Sun- the Barber College as teachers.
day afternoon.
This building is the dream of the pastor, the Rev. Among the six who received
five
po awards In anatomy and physi
This Henry G. McDowell, who came six years ago. In 1958 ology, and whose picture appeared -
ously he saw the possibilities for the Open Door and took advan- In the paper Is Mrs.
Ring tage of them. The results were evident ,on Sunday after- Doris Goodall of Miami
noon when the modern, well-furnished structure was Mrs. Goodall was the only
the five dedicated.His English speaking student In
fine and affable manners have won for the Rev. the group, but has learned to
in the This McDowell and his very fine wife a place in the heartsof master Spanish "better" than
my own language. She was
knowing Miamians. awarded a certificate for pro
The of the church is valued at $170,000.
while in > property ficiency In speaking Spanish.



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MODERATION VS. DIE-HARD EXTREMISTSMiami

I '' under High has achieved peaceful
velt race relations and economic growth;
Jacksonville under Burns,and all Florida
as a result,received a black: eye
Jack throughout the nation with its record of violence.

ECONOMY IN GOVERNMENT VS. EXTRAVAGANCE

Dick ; In the last three years for which figures are available (both High and Burns
being mayors): Jacksonville expendItures are up $5.5 million with a declining
POPulation: Miami expenditures'up
only $100,000 with a hugely expanding
population.Jacksonville municipal debt up $24 million (to $550 per person);
: In Miami municipal debt down $7 million (to $290 per person.)

I FAIR TAXATION VS. FAVORING BIG-MONEY INTERESTS
Commh ....
Churches Burns advocates"more sales tax": High opposes further sales taxes and
passage : urges"special interest; industries including railroads to PlY their fair shart.

Aft NO COMMITMENTS VS. BIG-MONEY'INTERESTS,
""t
Hubert \
High is committedto no one except the people of Florida
I The : Burns hIS the
! bill will backing(and the obligations which 10 with It)of the Big Money and Big Power.

In TRUTHFULNESS VS. DISTORTION ......
' ed ian Secretary of State
Tom Adams,Commissioner
of Agicultuie Conner
Doyle
jration of ,
to' and U.S.Senators Spessard Holland
and George Smothers hIVe publicly stated
,persons '. that they art endorsing no candidate In the runoff despite Bums'claim
This to their
j ,', endorsement
sioners. :

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IT'S HIGH
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;f j MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. Thank You Musical and Fashion

SATURDAY MAY 23, 1964 PAGE 5 I I HAVE A DREAM Mrs.extend Rebecca her thankfulness Wallace wishesto to Show SundayMUCH

her friends and neigh- IS BEING said concerning -
I M.UK. bors many her recent period the Brothers of St.
Annual> Tea at Mass MeetingCalled during
Musicaland
: of Illness. Special thanks to I Arthur Blue Lodge
., .. '' I Show which will
Fashion
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Brownsville and
Sunday For TuesdayA Cannon Charles F. Cooper
the members of St. Peter'sAfrican take place Sunday, May 24 from I
The Brownsville Junior High mass meeting for home- ELKS REST Orthodox Church, St. I 4 to 6 p.m. Charles Knowles, '
School Is presenting Its annual owners, tenants and all per- Monica Guild, Mrs. Vera Wil- well known soloist will render
Tea at the school on May 24, sons who are in the path of the 329 NW 16th Terr. Antlers TempleNo. several numbers. He will be
president,
son,
from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. expressway or the Urban Re- 39, Deputy lUlls and Ma- accompanied by Miss Alicia
The tea will be centered newal areas will lie: held on PresentsA tron Counsel, Mt. Olive Court Scott. Mrs. Willie Moe Gifford
around will be the featured model, also -
a parade of seasons Tuesday.
No. 01 Ii. of J., St. Phillip
fashions presented by the Sophisticates This meeting Is being calledin Big Show this weekend Household of Ruth, Mr. and many other treats for the
Modeling Club ofthe interest. It is of vital guests. Bra David Jerry is
your Tony and the Nltcbenters Mrs. W. 0. Perry, Mrs. Lottie working hard along with the
Sunlight Beauty School. importance to that attend
you -
you Johnson, Mr. and Rrs.| Arthur
members insure
to
pleas-
? Mrs. Georgia Jones a stu- and get some of the information Held over by popular demand Dorsett and sister, Mr. and you a
ant evening.
dent at the beauty school, has and answers that Mrs. Charles Knowles, Mr.
promised an evening of enjoy- you did not get in other meet- "Pretty Blue Eyes"
and Mrs. Hilton Drown, Mr. Alfred
ment for all. Also participating ings you attended. bert Martinez. Again I s a y
will be the Brownsville This meeting is not being "Dream Lover" Copeland, Mr and Mrs. thanks to all.
Junior High School Chorus called by Urban Renewal, State ---- George Stirrup and Dr. Her- Mrs. Rebecca Wallace >
and hand The second annual Road Dept., Public Housing or ----
:Art Show will also be held at Free Enterprise. No admission. I
this time under supervision of No fund raising, no politicking,
Mrs. Vernon Lindsey, arteacher. strictly your business. Time of
\ You are cordially invited meeting: 8 p.m. Tuesday, June LET'S KEEPJudgeW.R.'BiII'
to attend. 2 at 4120 NW 7 Ave. Upstairs.
Plenty of free parking space.
:'.: AnnouncementHiram's Come on time, leave on time.

Court No. 88 cor- CHILD CARE
dially invites you to attend Prepare your child for first
Its fourth anniversary program grade, enroll now at Jingle
Sunday, May 31 at Metropolitan Bell Playhouse Kindergarten,
Methodist Church, 1778 NW 1600 NW 54th St. Phones OX
69th St. at 3 p.m. Martha Mar- M827 or OX 0-0962.

1 CULBREATHJUVENILE

FREE PAINT JOB

With every roof order mmm

No Down Needed Payment 1001UO COURT


COMPLETE ROOFING SERVICE Judge Qulbreath, has been endorsed by ALL of his

17 Years Experience in Miami
prior opponents. This is what they have to say:*
1365 NW 29th $tt. Miami, Fla.

Specialists in Re-roofing New Roofs, Roof Cleaning
Immediate Service PHIL CONIGLIO! says:

Free ? After considerable thought and careful deliberation I have decidedto
Inspection and) Estimates Other Services
Included! support your candidlacy for re-election and this is authority to you
to use my name in any capacity with regard to your present campaign. -
Full painting doors, aluminum awnings, fences As you know I have always' maintained a) great respect for you. Your
Aluminum :windows .*, been apparent. I feel that the Juvenile Court would suffer greatly if

Homeowners Homeowners your mature experenced leadership were ,to be replaced by that uncertain -

Pride & Joy : Pride & Joy leadership( offered! by your present 'opponent..

C81-4133 C81-1133 ; VICTOR LEVINE says: .1

Having just completed my campaign for Judge of the Juvenile and

Domestic .Delations Court, and having had the opportunity of observing -
each of the candidates. in this race, and (having known all of the
FENSTER'S DEPT. STORE candidate for some time prior to (this primary election with the exception
3 of Mr. Don Stone, 1 have come to the conclusion that Mr.
1260 NW 62nd Street Stone is not qualified based upon his immaturity, inexperience and
the fact that Mr. Stone has shown his ungratefulness/ you personally I
ANNOUNCES ITS ANNUAL : prior to his campaign it is my honest belief that In spite of the many

STORE WIDE CLEARANCE SALE charges that have been placed '_.t your feet your experience for the
past nine years as Judge of the Juvenile and Domestic Relations, court

LADIES WEAR MEN'S WEAR CHILDREN'S qualifies you for the position. k ,. t __

WEAR AND SHOES
ARAM! GOSHGARIAN says:
Savings as much as
I want to take this opportunity to offer to you my support in the runoff -
80% ON ALL SALE GOODS 4 election. I campaigned on the theory that the public had lost its con-
fidence in you. Obviously 32,000 people have pot. I believe :your nine
Sale Going on Now years of service to the community warrants giving you another chance.I .
am sure we have all gained from the experience lof ,the last several
BUY NOW FOR BACK TO SCHOOL .
yepfrs.
COME ONE! COME ALL) TO I further believe that your opponent lacks/the legal experience and this
lack of experience would greatly hinder the juvenile program at this

FENSTER'S DEPT. STORE time. ,

JUDGE CULBREATH} HAS ALSO BEEN ENDORSED BY THE
1260 NW 62nd Street
,j".'.,,."' MIAMI TIMES AND THE FOLLOWING PROMINENT CHURCH

AND CIVIC LEADERS

ECftiWY FAIRNESS
REV. W. T. MACON MRS. NEAL ADAMSMR.
IN :KIP? ;

GOVERNMENT OUR PEOPLE CUFF BAKER MRS. ADDIE B. PIERCE

ATTORNEY G. E. !GRAVES MRS. CARRIE B. PJTTS

FOR MR. G. W. KILPATRICK MRS. MAE WOOD
DADBCOUNTY
.t MRS. ISABELLE PEARSON MRS. SADIE INGRAHAMREV.
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THANK YOUI!
j ,,1 want to thank you for your overwhelming T. C. KELLEY, JR. MRS. SADIE JOHNSON
support in (the first primary and hope you will
J 26 MR. LESTER,ALBERT MRS. ALTA SCREEN9A
give me your continued endorsement on May 1
REV. J. A. F. FINLAYSON
, RALPH



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SMOKED HERMAN'S

Picnics Ib 270 Franks Ib 431

CENTER CUTPork HERMAN'S

Chops Ib 490 Braunschwieger 39ft

5 POUNDS BROILER

Chitterlings $1.00 Turkeys IbWELLER'S 290

HERMAN'S SLICEDBologna SMOKEDSausage

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26 OUNCE KRAFT i/a GALLON
Fruit Salad 59c BOUND STEM Ih 59c Ice Milk\ 39c
8 Ounce Bollards or Pillsbury
Biscuits 3 for 25c .
OUNCE S."S. Sugar 5 lbs 291ft, PRODUCE
B.E.Peas 2 for 29c
With
( $5.00 Order or more)
12 oz. FaHn House-All,Flavors ,300 HUNT'S 3 BUNCHES
Cream Pies 29c Green Onions I9cQUART
Fruit Cocktail 5 for $11100
For your Convenience 2 CELLO CARTONS
Our Services Include MIRACLE WHIP
Payroll Cashing Check ,Salad Dressing 49c Tomatoes 23

Money Orders Onions 3 lbs 19
V8 CHICKEN OF SEA
K Making'
'Pay your Light Chunk Tuna
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We have learned authority
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money order sales beginning May 9

MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT
, ,,5 POUNDS EELBECK BIG CHIEF
Coffee 10' $1.39 Meal
: oz and Grits 35c

I 10 OUNCE TWIN,PACK CARRIAGE CLUB 300 FOOD KING_ --- __ .... ....

Potato Chips 39c Pork and BeansRegular 10"for ,,99c

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Tomato JUice 4 for $1.00 Tomatoes 7 jAr :990

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G-"O DayCare WorkshopHere SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1964 PAGE 7


People May 28A
8 Miamians Among degree and thirty-eight will
have B. A. degree conferred
Places one-day Day Care Workshop upon them.Miamians.
e expected to attract about 130 B-CC Grads
500 leaders In programs for receiving degrees
Aj children under 6 will be held Mr. Harrison DcShlelds. Registrar Include: Millicent Elaine John-
Things Thursday, May 28, at the Du- : at Bethune-Coo man son 'Dennis, Loreatha Jane
Pont Plaza Hotel, Miami under. College announced recently that Jerry, Maretta Bernice Para- .

.., _...,. ----.- -- -- -- sponsorship of the Welfare by vote of the faculty of the more, Maxine Lenora Randall,
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# I Planning Council Dade Coun- college one-hundred thirty sen- Dorothy Campbell Snyder
.
$70,000 Plus! I a deceased human! ty, and the Florida State Department iors were approved for graduation : Marvin Andra Day, Mary Lee
But the darndest dog we have of Welfare District 0.
June 1, At this time Ghoston and Gwendolyn Boles
OSWALD, tbs accused on
Fredrick
slayer had the pleasure, or displeasure W. Hering, project '
of President John F. Kennedy I to meet Is a black and white director, said that local, state nlnty-two will receive the B. S., I Goodman. i
was worth more dead than mixture of you name It and national speakers are
alive, It seems. Soft hearted who Garth Jr. and Rachel scheduled to take part In nn
Americans donated to Mrs. Os- Reeves call their pet named effort to provide more "quality -
wald over $70,000 We wonder Duke. He should be named day care" here.
If they were "soft hearted AtnIcans"
I Martin Luther King. He's the
or just plain enemies of I most non-violent canine "Dade County's explosive
Y the late President. However, ever seen! you population expansion with the K &
there conniving Americans who concommltant Increase In the
who tried to bilk Mrs. Oswald Most red-blooded American number of young mothers workIng .
r. out of this tidy sum. dogs detest mailmen, strangers In light Industry and In service
and garbage collectors. But not Industries poses sharply ,
It was reported In the dallies Duke. He delivers mall four the problem of providing: real- w A
that her manager and attorney days a week by following a' ly excellent day care for the 1 ?
had her bank account sewed mailman on his route down youngster of 3-G," he said. ,s c
up tighter than a kettle drum. 15th Ave.
And had signed contracts that bring emphasized that "a :
would take a Supreme Court We believe Duke tries to child does half his learning before ; i
Justice to figure out-She Is su fight off this non-violent atti- he goes to school." _
ing for what's left tude by vociferously barking
of the 70-()
000 dead Presidents! at old and decrepit ladles, if they "That's why It's vital that we a111..1. ,
should shake their canes at him have more high quality day M 11/11
The Irony of It all Is: Here's he would take for cover. Duke care provided to working
the spouse of an American trait has the doggish desire to nap mothers Uy both public and
orwho although, she had no under the rear wheels of cars, private services," ho said. .
connection with the successful catch 40 winks on the yellow ;
plot to assassinate our Presi- line on 15th Ave., and doze i In Hering said that the key _
dent, Is collecting huge sums front door of the Miami Times. at the Day Care Workshop S
of I which will run from {9 a. ;
money from American citizens I It is reported that a nice m.. to 3 p.m,, will be the Honorable 1
as If to say "thank you," looking brown "skin" doll has Elinor Guggenhelmer, New t
and we who have voted twice taken a liking unto this
pas York, President of the National
for JFK, not getting a red cent! sive mongrel. But he doesn't
Committee Care
for
on Day
Oh well, It all goes to show pay this broad any kind of at- Children Her topic will be *
you! tention. Since this female has r
"When a Community Cares..
refused to leave the Reeves She will speak at luncheon.
Automation
is the thing of ,
the I domicile until Duke comes to
day
his senses they have adoptedthe 1 Presiding: at luncheon will be _

Comes July of every year we I buxom blonde and named Wayne Bevis, Tampa, chairman
have our Income tax prepared. her Duchess. of the Florida Advisory Com- _

and filed, and most times we -,.. -.. mittee on Day Care,
get a little kick
back. That, per Chairman for the Day Care
haps was because
humans were FOR RENTNew Workshops will he Ray Starling,
employed to check
the returns. President Personnel Associa-
Now have bedroom house
we something call-
y
tion of Greater Miami 5"
ed a computer, a human mon-
NORTH MIAMI BEACH Hering said that leaders In
ster that
figures your tax out in
industry; personnel executives,
a matter of
seconds. And If labor union leaders church
Deposit Required ,
there is the
slightest errorkbells leaders, health education and In Fine (
ring, lights flash MICKINS' RENTAL community leaders and social Whiskey. .
convoy of police cars tracking
workers expected to attend.
are
down a motorist who ran a AGENCY should be contacted at FLEISCHMANN'SistheBlObuy
Bering
red light. It i iI
spits out the erroneous the Welfare Planning Council,
form NE 4-0500
fills
out a another Pont Plaza Hotel, Miami, under .-00t
I form tellllng you that you oweS Indf servatlons or additional Information -
C
Sam! ,,- ... .. phone FR 0-8110. i

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We should know. It happened ooooa9oasSTAR gOOO GGO.oooooo
to us. We figured and
wrongly so where this year fr first r"s f will
Uncle Sugar would return us MEAT MARKET e
a sack of money!. But this dad- why
blamed computer turned the -/GI! you ,8 0
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tables on us and now we have ,
another bill collector In our 1520 N.W. 62nd Street BLENDED WHISKEY 80 PROOF 0DX GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS /

files of unpaid bills. \ THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY j

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in .
Sign Please!

THE MARKET WITHE COURTEOUS SERVICE
DO YOU KNOW where Panv- NOW RUNNING

villa Heights is? It's In that -+-
area bounded by NW 70th St.
to C2nd street and 17th ave to
.r. 22nd Ave. Fresh Meat-Low Prices

Homeowners in this sectionof

Liberty City have tended i >O COO'DDDO OOOOOOOOO POST HAW '4
C together and formed the Para-
villa Improvement Association. ftlOO PJA.
It is a dismal portion of Miamias
t far as lighting is concerned.The .
lack of street lights cre- JET TV CLINICHOME

ates a dangerous situation for I
the homeowners. There is always -

and it has been experienced SERVICE CALLS, ,, $1.00 .
) .f, stickups, housebreaking,
rape and other assorted crimes. Day or NightWe
In this area is where the 21 "71. N.tla's
bus line ends and drivers have Service All Makes of OnwM.Mwpls.. '
been repeatedly held up there.
HI-FI', and STEREOSWe
The association doesn't guar- NOWI! TWIN DOUBLE,
antee that lighting up their Also Rant I

area would completely stop such Nightly (except Han)
crimes but it minimize It to a TV's by the week or month ,' Cato 0 I
open p.m."oooooooooooo.
nil degree. They can't Jut: go ,
down town and demand lights.It .
has to be done "properly." 907 N.W. 2nd AVENUEPhone
Petitions have to be signed by
property owners. Such petitions -
are being circulated in FR 4.2044Jack's

the area. Of course when lights: t
are put in the homeownerswill
have to pay a higher tax.
Say about 50 cents more per -- ,It
month! It would most certainly -
be worth the ext r a MEN'S WEARSEE
says,, Mrs.. Miriam Martin anti I
Louis Duncombe who are spear'heading ,
this drive to get lights. "MR. JACK"FOR It
They urge that residents of

the area get hold of a petitionand STYLES FOR ALL AGES

sign it. The Very Latest in Men' Fashions .

The Duke! SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS ;'1 I.i

We love pets especially dogs. ITALIAN SHOES

-We have hal some mean 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida
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CLUB NEWSIdle C >I'II Jr IJ..JI''I.JI II II IT IT 'T IT IT II K. -r JT JT JT.M:IT!mr.rirgiTrir: m g ir ir"'I >I'U y j
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

PAGE 8 SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1964 f Hour Art Club met at
the home of Mrs. Rosa L. Fer
guson on May 7,. Our annual Let's Keep
.'.,'';...."J'<',..:;..f, "Sew Set" Style report and election of omcers j'j'.j F
,,'' '..'" were held. The club wishes to

Show at NHSThe aoknowiege their appreciationto
Rev. Mrs. Maggie Green, for
<: I "Sew Set" of the Adult the beautiful Installation Ser-
Vocational Home Economics vice of 1964. officers. Remem- RAY tf
", if' ::3. classes of the Dade County ber our sick members prayer,
: \\ Public Schools cordially invite Mrs. Mary L. Outlaw and Mrs.
.. ,wh1.i the public to attend their com- Gertrude Williams. The Club ''
: plimentary annual Style Show, Bapt Church on Sunday May
\
,". Sunday, May 24 from 4 to 6 24, we are asking all membersto
,if': p.m. in the auditorium of Miami be present. The meeting was ,
:l Northwestern Senior High' lovely and the next one will be

'1"...':;,,I School. May 21, at the home of Mrs. Bradley .
6 f' "Fabulous Fashions" will set Fannie Williams, after a very
the hostresswas
delicious repast,
'. tJitt.1 the tone for sportswear, casu-
.., thanked by Mrs. Williams.
If
al after five and
:i or daytime, E. Jappen, ReporterANNIVERSARY
formal wear.

r Mrs. Gussie Ervin, will coordinate ") CONSTABLE ,

r le leMr the style show, assisted -
by Mrs. Ulease Gusseauxand The Pulpit Aid Board of St. IN DISTRICT 2Vote .
the teaching staff of the Matthews Baptist Church will

and Mrs. Eddie Lee adult Home Economics pro-. celebrate Its 14th AnniversaryMay
the gram. Students from 15 adult 24, at 3 p.m. at 361 NW
Shorter
announce engagement
centers will model their own St. The Is cordially ,
of their daughter Naomi creations. 17th public 26
Deloris to Billy H. Pavis, Certificates of achievementwill invited to be with us on that I May
R. P. H. the son of Mr. and
be awarded. day. Come one come all to helpus I
Mrs. William A. Davis of 1337
NW 68th St. A June 27th wed- enjoy 14 years of work.
ding is planned. 11KLP WANTED Thanking you in advancce. Our
MAN ABOUT 30 to learn but- guest speakers will be Sister Lever 13A
cher trade. Good spot for reliable Evangeline Wright from the
BTW in ConcertThe and ambitious person. First Born Church.
Booker T. Washington Good physical condition re-
Jr.-Sr. High School proudly quired. Contact meat manager"or ENDORSED BY Charles NorthNathaniel
Mr. Weller at AG Food
,
presents its outstanding choral -- -- 'i- '
I Store, NW 27th Ave. at 54th St Rev. Edward T. Graham Dean L
society, under the direction of I
Mrs.' Mable D. Glover, in concert I FOR(; RENT Fr. Theorore R. Gibson'' Harold Braynon t
Tuesday, May 26 at 8
p.m. Cousin W. O. Perry
in the school's auditorium. 10 room CBS house 2 Rev. S. A.
Donation, adults 75 cents, Com. Sidney Aronovitz Charles M. Shellman '

students 35 cents.LEGAL story, 1500 NW 74th St. Com. David Kennedy Charles Lockhart

NOTICEComptroller Com. Steven Clark Earl Carroll
Suitable for guest house or
of the County Cor Tom Jim Levenson

large family. Call Carey's O'Malley Garth Reeves
Currency
Samuel Moncur Clyde Killens
TREASURY Rental Agency, 3713622.
John H. Dean Sr. Charles Hadley N
DEPARTMENT OF w
L The Miami Times The Dade County Young
UNITED STATES r

Washington, D. C. Democratic AssociationFor
WHEREAS,' satisfactory, evI- I HAVE A DREAMM.L.K. 379.1409 I
call 379.1400 -
dence has been pte'sented to rides to the polls

the Comptroller of the Currency .,
that "Lincoln National Bankof -
Miami," located Miami p f I'
State of Florida, has compiled
with all provisions of the
statutes of the United States
required to be complied with "MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD"FOR
before being authorized
to com- WE, JOEY CLEMENTS, and
mence the business of bankingas
a National Banking Associa- attorneys THEODORE FISH-
tion; .. ER, OLIVER BOLMAR and ALL DADE COUNTY CHILDRENDON
NOW THEREFORE, There- SAUL T. VON ZAMFT, rep-
by certify that the above- resenting the entire member
named association .Is authorized ship of TTT, 1512 Metropolitan -
to commence the business of Bank Bldg., Miami, Fla., STONEFOR
banking as a National Banking hereby endorse "RED" GIL-
Association. LESPIE for Constable District
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, 2.
witness my signature and seal
of office this 16th day of April, We urge you, the people to ,'
1964. vote for "RED" GILLESPIE
JAMES J. SAXON for your Constable in District JUVENILE JUDGEENDORSED
Comptroller, of the 2. "RED" Is the best qualified
'Currency' and the most experienced. We
Charter No. 15307 need a man of his calibre to
represent us in regard to law
June 20 } ENDORSED
enforcement for this commun-
ity.

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r Want to Learn to Thank YouI THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

'Movie "Thoughts'By Swim?? would like to take this timeto SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1964 PAGE 9
especially thank my many
A swim program will be friends the Gospel Choir,
FRANCES IIENDERSON I supervised by a competentwater Rainbow Park Family and the
safety Instructor spon- Managers Council for their 4 xi ,tliac cisRCtac+ crmc -"".
; I sored Jointly by the Booker T. many many kind deeds during
SUMMER: MOVIE CLUB! 'Washington Community School my Illness. CLYDE HILLENB'Silk ,
Attention!, Clubs! Churches! :and the City of Miami Recreation Mrs. Louise B. Shorter )

Business People! I All Dept.Interested persons are JOHN HOTEL KNIGHT BEAT CLUB i

Here is an, excellent oppor- asked to contact E. W. Burrows rector at Booker T. Washing. '
tunity to keep ,a deserving boyor Community School dl- ton. "Horn ol The Stan" \ :
girl entertained this sum- '
mer with wholesome, relax- '. PRESENTS ,: i

KETS ing fun!! MOVIE Specially CLUB selected TIC- OUR CHILDREN ARE ASSUREDA FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY MAY 22 23 24\\\\

shows for children will be fea- *
tured this summer at the ACE, FAIR DEAL FROM THE DADE FIRST TIME IN MIAMI
CENTER and RITZ Theatres C
ONLY! COUNTY SCHOOLS IF WE ELECT 4
You can send the child of DORIS TROY

your MOVIE: purchasing I
SUMMER CLUB pass
books at $1.00 per book of 12 -
tickets. Each ticket admits one JACK B.CORDON
SHOW
summer child to shows one of this the summer special on Plus ALL-STAR *

Saturday mornings.This oIt'
CLUB can only be made
possible If 2,000 tickets are ] .
sold by MAY 28 Won't y 01
help? Remember, there are
more than 000 children In the '
Liberty Square Housing Project TO THE
who would welcome this op-
portunity. Start from there SCHOOLBOARD
and you'll see unlimited possi-
bilities to save a child from
"summer trouble." Keep In
mind that the 'child you save '
may be your OWN! '' He has fought for you.

CLUBS! CHURCHES! BUSINESS -
PEOPLE!! This Is your Show him you appreciate -
chance to do your fair share.
'
Make your checks for 25 50 :' his efforts.Pull t y r P t t '
or 100 tickets payable to N j
WOMETCO ENTERPRISES,
Inc. You may call G96-032G for
further Information. Lever 12-A

SUMMER MOVIE CLUB!

IN COCONUT GROVE Paid for by friends of Jack Gordon

ACE

SAT. and SUN., }MAY 2.1-2
It t*s s
"ONE-EYED JACKS", one of
the greatest westerns of oil
times, with Marlon Brando and J.NIGHT ClUt.Dancing and "
Karl Malden; and, "Rock A-Bye I lntortolnm.nl' Swimming' '
IPMl I and foil'. AH t_. HAMPTON b i + tV' SFt
Baby, starring Jerry Lewis I with"''VO'.TIN' Ie'" C.R.Thep ...
and Marilyn Maxwell. Both I end R.itowr.nt CM
features In color! |v.i rton Hull. Mti PAHKINQENJOY MOUSE I
MIAMI }
CAPITALFRI. and VILLAS % r p W aay

,and SAT., MAY 22-23 I ; .
"HORSE SOLDIERS" starring -: ,'Memorial Day Weekend 'Special 4. r
John Wayne and William

Holden Champion with, Althea Negro Gibson.Tennis Also, At the Hampton ,House Motel &. Villas ''

Peter"Night Cushing Creatures and Yvonne starring Ro- Beautiful Guest ( overlooking the Olympic sized pool "PLEASE. LITTLE ANGLE" "JUST ONE, LOOK"

main. Both In color! The following delicious meals on- .

SUN., MON., TUES., MAY 24-20 Friday Dinner
Sidney Pettier the year's
Best Actor and Richard Saturday Breakfast and Dinner Coming AttractionsMAY

Widmark In "NO WAY OUT," Sunday Crcnkfost and Lunch .
Second feature, "Atom Age
Vampire." That's,Right! Five Sumptuous Meals 29'- 30 31

WED. and TIIURS., MAY 27-28 One Free Cocktail in our Lounge (cither Friday or Saturday -
(
The delightful comedienne night) i Ted Taylor and
Carol Burnett shares top bill
ing with dashing Dean:: MartinIn Free Parking Free Chaise Lounges and Pads at Pool

an unforgettable comedy"WHO's Friday and Saturday night Dance to Chas. Austin and His Bind
BEEN SLEEPING IN
MY BED?" Sharing the same his quartet. TEEN-AGE MATINEE _
bill Is "Blueprint For RoUbery", No Cover No Minimum

en action-thrill packed story had of Free 8x10 Photograph Souvenir of this. Fabulous Week -
men who thought they ,- 1 ;
plotted the "perfect crime." end JUNE lit ,.,
FRI. and SAT., MAY 29-3O DON'T FORGET TO BRING YOUR BATHING ,SUIT! MAYS HIGH SCHOOL "

"BACK FROM THE DEAD" Includes nil taxes and tips I Alumni Re Union Ball '1 h
Arthur Franz and Yxl M s
starring '"
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Children with two adults one-half price II
Peggy Castle. Second feature
stars John Howard and Mala
Powers ,In "Unknown Terror." Check-out Sunday &00 p.m. JUNE 12 13 14 ,
"
BABY WASHINGTON
IN.EDISON CENTER 3 days 2 nights only $18.75 per person TEEN AGE MATNEE j" ,,
NOW SNOWING THRU: double occupancy ,
.
TUESDAY, MAY 20 !...-..--.... i
First showing (Miami) lof C: '
"ESCAPE FROM HELL'S FOR RESERVATIONS CALL NE 3-0611 : FRI. SUN. ...,_........ S1.Sp TED TAYLORSATURDAY
ISLAND" starring Mark Stevens
This picture was filmed [In 4200 N.W. 27th Avenue $1.75 NEXT WEEK

Key West and In the Carrjb- ._ '1 7Rhihs3ll 1l fd HWJWJWJWPW JWJW i WM**r"Uving,5.rvi.
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bean. Also showing, "Carnivalof I .M : "
Crime." Warden. The "Thin I Red Line"separted
a man from his hell-
RENT'With
STARTING WEDNESDAY and the hero from the coward. ,FOR
.THRU SATURDAY, MAY 27-30 Don't miss this great war story..
First showing of "THE In color In Biblical spectacle option to buy
STRANGLER" starring Victor "Herod, The Great" with Ed-,
Buono and Robert Elsen. On mund Purdom. 3270 NW 52nd St. '
the same bill, the exciting WED. and TIIURS.. MAY 2728
story of the ancient Mayans, '"THE NUNS STORY" In color! Large 3-bedroom CBS ;
"Kings of The Sun". This Audrey Hepburn stars. Also, homeLandscaped
thrilling story of a lost civilization "Martha" with an all star cast,
is vividly told throughthe In color! front and

deft characterization of FRI. and SAT., MAY 20-30 back, completely fenced in,
'Yul Bryner and George Chaka- "SAMSON AND TilE SLAVE '
ris. QU EN" starring Allen Steele tile bath, awning, oak

,:.Tins WEEK AT THE RITZ and "Gun Hawk" with Rory floors, laundry room, large '.. for th. Living
Calhoun. Both In beautiful storage shed, artificial
NOW SHOWING THRU color. fire place, picture win- Oscar L. Range Funeral Homer
TUESDAY, MAY 20 lias your family seen a good
of movie lately? See to it that dow. Open for Inspection. M. Athalle Range, Own.r N. Patrick Range, Mgr.
First Miami showing
they do! Take them out to the Freshly painted 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue
James Jones' novel of men and nearest W Oaf ETCO Theatre!
battle; "The Thin Red Line," Yonll be glad you did! Call HI 8-1119 I OX 14)131 OX 1-4343;
'separated a man from his hell9 Don't forget the SUMMER
David ,:and. List) and Jack MOVIE CLUB!: .





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ST. JAMES AME CHURCH SQUTH' FLA., AME CONFERENCE

Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor I
I Bert Cooper, reporterOn WELCOMES' BISHOP HATCHER
/ I i ifh
last Monday night the By J. Benjamin BInckncll
youths of St. James A.M.E. At the 27th session of the
held their second meeting dis- General Conference of the African WOMAN'S DAY
cussing their Youth Day Pro Methodist Episcopal Church

gram which terminates the second held in Cincinnati, Ohio, May AT DAY SPRINGThe
M Sunday In June. Betty 5-18 the Episcopal Committee
s Brown as chairman and Alfred assigned Rt. Rev. E. C Hat-
NU Scott as chairman have se cher presiding bishop of the the pastor and members of
lected thirty captains for that 11th Episcopal District. Day Spring Baptist Church

day. They are: Patricia Smith, Bishop Hatcher comes witha with cordially them invite In,the you observance to worship of
Sharron White Lillian Dean
clean record, having servedIn its 2nd annual
Gloria Smith Vera Coffee Woman's Day on
Africa for four successful
Loretta Carson, Joyce Johnson, years and then in the third district Sunday, May 24.
Ann Welch, William Hepburn, for eight years. Mrs. Madeline Williams will
k' Valencia Cooper, Lewis Sears, States that comprise the 3rd be the morning speaker and
Virginia Smith, Sylvia Williams, are the Ohio and West Virginia Mrs. Helen Stubbs, a teacherat
Charlotte Powell, Glenda Peterson conferences. the Bunche Park Elemen-
Mary Gatun, Gwendolyn Bishop Hatcher and his hon- tary School will be the even-
Cov, Shirley Hunter, Jesse Pace, orable family will be an assetto ing speaker.
Patty Demps, Diann Thomas, Florida and enhance the
Sharon Cllett, Frederick Wright, Both ladies are dynamic
work Immensely. He comes as ,
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Dlann Bowen, Patricia Campbell a Big Brother, gospel preacher, ; speakers.We .

Howard Miller, Patrick educator, organizer and above at Day Spring will be
PAGE 10 SATURDAY MAY 23 1964 Shaw Green Alfred
Jacquelyn
all as a Christian. The P. E. happy to have you worship
Scott and Betty Brown. ministers and laity welcome with us and help make this

We have selected as our you. momentous occasion one that
Macedonia Choir GRACE PRESBYTERIANThis theme, "Youth of Today, Men will be long remembered.Mrs. .
and Women of Tomorrow." MT. CALVARY CHURCHLast
Sunday morning Mr. O. Green, general chairman
No. 2 Celebrates Oscar Johnson of Ft. Lauderdalew111 Program We have planned a very interesting Sunday's services were ; Miss Embry B. Shelter, co-
so please planto
be our guest speaker, and come out and enjoy most enjoyable. Our pastor delivered chairman; Rev. W. .M. Slater,
he will speak on the topic of selves. your both sermons: "Con- minister.
Adversary "Christian tinue In "
Stewardship. After Prayer and "Moving
the morning service he will With the help of our sponsors Jericho." MT. CARMEL CHURCHThe
Choir No. 2 of Macedonia hold a special meeting with all Mrs. Gertrude Stokellng, The No. one choir would like
Baptist Church cordially invites the men of the church. Mrs. Catherine Peterson, Mrs. to thank each and everyone for earth Is the Lord's and
you to celebrate with Margaret Reynolds, and Mrs. helping to make their anniver- the fulness thereof, and they
them, their 3rd anniversary on. This Sunday afternoon, from Mary Thomas, We hope thatit sary a sucess. Special thanks is that dwell therein.
Friday night, May 22 and Sunday 4-6, everyone is invited to an will be a great Success. also ;given to Rev. Lockett and
May 24 at 3 p.m. Manychoirs Ice Cream Dip and Social, at Our Goal is $600.00An his congregation.The This Sunday, is known as
will be present. Please the home of Mrs. Doris Leve- Junior Church will cele- Men's Day at our church and

come and bring your friends. rlty, 1461 NW 69th St. after-service snack will brate its 7th anniversary, Sunday we are asking all our friends,
The church is located at 3515 be served by the Hospitality May 24 at 3 and those of you who would
Road in Coconut Grove. The, women are to be con- p.m., everyone like to be
Douglas Club In the Parish Hall, May Is invited to come out and help our friends to come
Hamp Simmons, president; Rev.J. gratulated on the fine progress 24 Sunday night. The donation. make this a memorable day for and share this service with us
A. F. Finlayson, pastor. being made toward Women's is 60 cents. The club is planning I the youth. all day this Sunday. Memberswe
Day, which will climax on the on serving something different are looking for you without

MT. TABOR fifth Sunday. barbecued chicken! Buy a BEREA BAPTISTRev. fail.Morning
ticket from any member of the speaker will be the
Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor MACEDONIA ,BAPTISTOn Rev. W. F. Tanner
Dessle Crockett club. If you miss this feast you Joseph Toles, MininsterThe
reporterFor
last Sunday, services were will certainly have failed to -pastor and members Afternoon speaker will be the
a day In thy courts is well attended and the services satisfy your taste buds. Mrs. would like to thank each of Rev. O. W. Foster
better than a thousand. I had were high with the pastor In Martha Nicholson will be the you who came out to worshipand Evening speaker will be the
rather be a doorkeeper in the charge.We chief cake baker. Mrs. Miriam those who took part In our Rev. Davis of the Brownsville
house of my God, than dwellin Martin is president of the club. fellowship services on last Sun Baptist.
the tents of wickedness are in the process of pre day, and especially to the Jr. Bible Class every Tuesday
Psalms 84:10.: paring for the Minister's and PROVIDENCE CHURCHRev. Choir of New Mt. Moriah night 7-8 p.m.
Deacons' Union of the Seaboard Church. The church was In a Prayer Meeting every Tues-
Attend church Sunday, beginning I C. J. Burney pastor day night .
Baptist Association of Florida, very high spirit. Rev. J, Toles 8pm.BETHLEHEM
with Sunday School at Rev. W. H. Edwards, moderator Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporterThe brought the message.
9:30.: A very fervent Sermonwas which will convene at New Everyone is invited to our BAPTISTThe
delivered !by Rev. C. C. Macedonia, May 27.31, You are services were spiritually services. Services will be held
Felder Sunday evening. The most cordially invited high throughout the day at the YMCA pastor, officers, and members -
; listeners were admonished to Sunday. W6 are now looking i On this Sunday at 3 p.m. the of Bethlehem Baptist
keep the FAITH. ZION HOPE CHURCH forward for the future events will Pastor's Aid Mission will meet Church take' this way of thanking -
tI Beginning Sunday morning at New Philadelphia Church the many friends and well
Events of the week: Services be Baptism services 10:30: a.m. worshippers for such
Sunday a splendId
were inspiring Rev. Toles will deliver the ser -
Dinners will be sold at the all day. The pastor preachedout all candidates are asked to be mon. Each member of Berea Youth Day, spiritually and
church Saturday, May 23 sponsored of his soul.Deaconess present at 10 a.m. and bringa Church is asked to accompany financially.The .
by Ushers Board No 2. Anniversary will change of garment. him there. theme: "Children of
Dinner Sale at Virginia Key be Sunday at 3 Baptism Christ Marching Forward"was
p.m. Then that afternoon Dea-
Beach 23 at 6:00
Saturday, May :
Sunday morning at 7 explained beautifully by
a.m., at cons and Deaconess Board will
sponsored by Choir No. One NEW BETHEL BAPTISTThe
Virginia Beach, everybody is the two sneakers fur tho
celeWrate their -- -
anniversary
Deacons Board will be held
Rev.
j at the home of Sister W. Cooper invited. Rev. B. D. Cole will deliver the women of New Bethel and occasion Rev. Luther. Vane Power Eubank Thanks,

I 8940 N.W. 21st. Ave. from 4- message. would like to announce that again to both of and
6 p.m. Sunday, May 24. The ANTIOCH CHURCH Watch the news for the announcement our Seventh Annual Woman's God bless you. you' may
i of the revival meeting Day will be held on Sunday
public and each member Is Special thanks to sister Co-
asked to support each effort. 2788 ,N. W. 46th Street. which will begin soon. May 24, 1964! rine Kenderlck
and the
Remember the sick and shut Rev. J. W. Stepherson, Pastor Pray for our sick and those Mrs. Gloria Braynon Robin people under her young
Ins in prayer. M. T. Copeland, Reporter that are grieved over the loss son will be our guest speaker.She for this 2nd annual Young supervision
of their loved especially is presently a teacher at Day.
The ones, Let
us not
pastor Officers and forget this church
Deacon Walter Sutton who is Booker T. Washington in the
SALTER'S CHAPEL Members !Is to render
thank service
say to all of May 27, to
in need of three pints of blood. field of French
mathematics
for,, the of Pas the Allen Chapel AME Church
you success our ,
Rev. H. J. Benson and Mrs. Robinson
pastor tor's You may make your donationto Spanish. Is the Rev. Kelly Is the
Flossie Marshall reporter Anniversary. the Cloverleaf Hospital in a native of Miami and a memo pastor.

Choir n&: '2'is now working the name of Walter Sutton. ber of St. Paul A.M.E. Church TEMPLE
Would you come and worship towards their anniversary, She has also travelled extensively : BAPTISTThe

with us Sunday, You are which will climax on the Fifth ST. LUKE ,CHURCH in Belgium, France I annual Talent Unlimited -
welcome, we would be so happy Italy, England and Africa.
Sunday Evening 31 3:00
May : program, presented by the
to have you with us in the P.M. 1700 N.W. 55th Street.
Coming events Red
Sunday School, the morning by Choir: sponsored Rev. P. W. Williams Pastor NEW HOPE BAPTIST Circle Sunday afternoon
service, also the A.C.E. League. Mrs. Bunesba Green Reporter was quite interesting. The young

'We were so happy to have with Thursday Night May 21, 8:00: Rev. W. E. Sims, pastorA. people who appeared played
t us, Brother James Marshall p.m. The ,Rev. Swain and con- Sunday, May 24th at 3:00: pm L. Stephens, reporter well their part.
who had been in the V. A gregation will render service. the Deacons Board of St. Luke 6895 NW 14th Avenue The highlight of the occasionwas
Hospital. Sister Carnella Glenn ,Come' Sunday May 24th. 4 -6 will observe their anniversary.Our the recognition given the
t' was able to attack her Sunday p.m. Jackson's Toddle Inn 3038 own Rev. Goodman will Services: were enjoyed by Rev. Father Theodore Gibson
school class after many days NW 48th Terr. White House Tea deliver the sermon. EveryoneIs everyone present on last Sun- for his outstanding contribution
of Illness At this time they will have as cordially Invited to come out day.The to the community as a civic
and worship with us. Refreshments visiting minister delivered leader.
their
J. guests: President Johnsonand "Portrait of a Man-Rev.
{ The Rev. Sister Claudia will be served after this
wife, our late President'swife. the morning message andour Father Theodore Gibson"
was
Roberson brought the message J. Kennedy, Martin Luther service. Mrs. Annie Mae Cov- pastor brought a most read by the
directress
\ Mrs.
for the morning The male ington president.The heart,
; King, Mrs. Mahalla Jackson warming message at Miriam
Heptarn. Miss
choir served and nlte committee will : Sherry
morning the Davis Sisters men day evening worship.
the Senate Brown
I with Mrs. Underwood at the and the New Providence Choir be serving dinners In the dinning You are invited to attend the mony. was mistress of cere-

piano. No. 2, room after the morning No. 2 usher's board anniversary The officers
i services. this Sunday at 3 p.m. The Rev. wish to thank
,:v SHILOH BAPTIST This is Just a part of guests. Paul Freeman will bring the in e youth choirs of st.
,I t You be there so you can see NEW MT. MORIAH anniversary sermon. Mary's w. M. Church, St
Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. for yourself all of these Peter's A. O. Church New
ff there will be Musical very 6700 NW 14th Ave. Bethel and
a Program fine people. Refreshments, will MARS HILL other particlnants.:
?r-/! sponsored by the home Mission. be served. Rev. Almus L. ShIpp, pastor Committee: Mattie Harris
I"; The No. two choir is having You Ten members of the Mars presIdent: Claudia Hepburn
I!+ a Spring Tea Sunday, at the The Rev. W. E. Sims of New New Mt.are Moriah.always welcome Come and at Hill Christian Church, attended nlanlct: : Ifnort Camnbell. Carolyn
home of Brother and Sister Hope Baptist Church and congregation the Florida Convention of ; Leonard Duncan-
with Usher'sFederation
Jessie Lightfoot 1295 NW 70th will be incharge of worship Association us. The held its Christian Churches in Ocala, "on ftnl! Rnnriv G tnr uct'hpr
; St. These occasions' are being the anniversary services on the third May 14-16. Members and friends
Union here
meeting Sun- are
given in behalf of our Women's fifth Sunday. day, May 17. We had a Joyous The Rev. C. W. Preston, mln- 'pbratlnsr" the 34th anniversary ce-

1 Day on which the 4th will Sunday come to in a June.climax Baptism will be held Saturday : time. Events during the month the and church's he was accompanied by of the Church and nastor! this

A most cordial welcome Is extended May 23, 5 p.m. All candi- of May 24th, Deacon and Dea associate minister, week. Swda at 11 a'mthe
to these and our dates are asked to be presentat coness anniversary with the the Rev. Owen Taylor; Mrs.: Rev t. Hpn um. assistant
any this time. Rev McCraney and congregation Hazel McCroid, president of pastor at CpTltral naDtkt
:
services.
guest speaker at 3 p.m. the Christian Women's Fellow- Church. West Hollywood
Bible Class every Thursday Sales: Dinners Saturday at We are asking all Christian ship Wallace Preston, Barry he the preacher: The will
; '."* night at 8 p.m.Remember church, G35-8329 barbecue Friday friends to please come out to Preston, Bobby Linder, Essie M. Harold Drown will Rev.
11 to visit and pray and Saturdays nights at hoth events. The next event, Johnson Joan Wlckernson and evening deliver the
:.. for the sick and shut-ins. SIs- church; Mrs. C. Holmes selling June 5 choir No. 1 sponsor amusical Carol Gail message.
'i i ter!"Adell Mosley is home now; barbecue at Neal's Super Mar- program In behalf of Mr. Preston vice presidentof
;;, Sister Virginia Williams is in ket Friday and Saturday nights: our pastor's anniversary which the district convention of Trv "
i Jackson Memorial Hospital Come worship with us we will convene the third Sunday South Florida Christian taldne a short walk to the
i (ward A room 67.) will be Iglad to have you. in June. Churches. polls on May 2fl. Voting rives
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

.i t ky I SATURDAY MAY 23, 1964 PACE 11



Miller Speaks Out For I



Equal Job Opportunities <., J I

Bill E. .Miller, president of created by our space industry,"
Franklin Federal Savings and he added.
Loan Association, has told Q''
meeting of the United ChurchWomen's Miller was part of a panel
Fellowship that equal which included John Brown, director
Job opportunities must and will of CORE; Mrs. Sarah
become tho watchword of the Milledge which editor for
Installation Dinner: Left to L ---- land. WCKT-TV (channel 7) and other
right: Rev. William H Wash- prominent civic leaders.
ington, Mrs. Eloise ST. BARNABAS CHURCHAn "Both mixed housing and
Washington, Coconut Grove An Integrated audience of
father of Rev. Washington equal Job opportunities are essential
some 5230 attended the
women
interesting program was in maintaining a strong
Renice Washington, father of
rendered Women's ClubThe meeting of the United ChurchWomen's
Rev. Washington Elfleater by our Junior Church democratic Society said Mil
Washington, mother; of Rev. on Mother's Day with Mrs. C. Coconut Grove Woman's ler, whose integrated! association Fellowship at the
Evergladges Hotel.
Washington; Deacon McKlnsley Gardiner officiating. The chil Club revitalized its efforts in is located on the corner of :
Watkins, Deacon Clyde Perkins, dren were at their best. Mrs. sponsoring a dental clinic to NW 3rd Ave., and 10th St. in
uncle and aunt Rubin Howell. reida Wright was mistress of assist indigent Junior and senior -
Receive Certificates of Bap- ceremonies.The high students with dental Miami. It takes BO little energy .

tism and Certificates from Pas- 11 a.m. devotion was care. "We should all do our part to just a pull on a lever. It means
toral class: William Warren, led by the pastor. Our assistant A fund raising drive Is well help all American citizens find so very much. Your ahanc to
Itetta Odom Sonnye Harmon. pastor delivered the message under way and the reports of the means to obtain better hous participate in tho growth of
Extending certificates is Rev from Jeremiah 51:6: ; subject, May 4, lyGi meeting disclosed, ing and to educate their chil your community. Go to the

Washington. Babylon."The Destruction" Everyone Coming to Tremendous This group progress.of club women dren so they can In turn obtain polls May 26. Voting given you

Candidates for Baptism: back ually blessed. The was spirit deserves a boost. A relatively jolts: in the many new fields a good feeling. Try Hi!
row: Deaconess Patsy Walker, No. 1 choir young club ((5yrs. old) it is ._
furnished music --- ---- --- --_--_ -- ----_
with Mrs. -' -- --- a -
Candidate Valencia Curtis, gnu Knowles L. also a small club consisting of 1
row, Arnold Odom, Warren number at the piano, and the 14 working women.
Williams, first row Sonnye Har 1 ushers served. Election of officers :
was held.
mon. ,_...:.... neta William Brown H. Milton and Ver- The newly elected officers will Lincoln Fields Apartments

"A picture is better than a Holy wedlock were Joined in be installed at the next meeting
thousand words." the Rev E. A. Culmer'by our pastor, in June. After a lovely repast 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
served by the hostess,
These pictures reveal the Evening devotion was led by Mrs. Myrtle Wise. The meeting C -
life and activities of this up the. pastor Rev H- Demeritte adjourned at 10:30: p.m. to meet
and blooming young church. delivered the message from the first Monday in June at Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartment
Having been organized since Joshua 1; theme, "The Com the home of Mrs. A. J. Scott -
Christmas, the church has mand to Go I.'orward.frs.\ M. 3318 Frow Ave. Offering JVfany Feature
grown as an influence in the Culmer furnished music. Mrs. Virgil Whitehead, Pres. FREE OA5''
community by leaps ana We wish Mrs. Gardiner and Mrs. Daniel Cunningham,
bounds. This is a church on Mrs. Julia Tynes a speedy re Publicity Chairman. Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Store
the move. That is why the pastor covery. Visitors: are always
the Rev. Mr. William Ii. welcome. Says ThanksMrs. Newly Painted Venetian Blind

Washington, expresses his enthusiasm Washing ,Machine Laundry Room
for his church and Antioch Donnie Banks wishes
Women Free Parking Auto hot water rater
members this way, "Indeed, 1 'to say thanks to the membersof
am proud to be the pastor ol the Christian Women Mis- Free Garbage Disposal Filtered water
such a cooperative working ,;Raised $2,501.61 sion Society for having' compassion
group of people. I feel a deep
on her during my late CARETAKERS ON PREMISES
appreciation to them for their. The Eleventh Annual Wo misfortune May God bless
untiring efforts and support.. mJlSuDav Observance at the each one with a special blessing. -- ------f

This Sunday in the life ol Baptist Church was
the church will be Community a great success. We shall look Weekly Rat.
Day. The church as a whole has back to this occasion with MAY 26 is tho time for all good
constantly expressed its grat pleasure, and it will be a men to come to the aid of their $14.50 1-bedroom $18.60 2-bedroom Apt.
itude to the many friends who cherished memory, and the community Join the lines
have supported tier during its!: made love and will friendship that wa to tho polls. Renting Office open every day Phone OX 1-8S41
development stages. And now, a monument that Voting gives yon n good fooling -
we are tankful to have Poln- ages cannot destroy nor time try it -- .- -- -"" 1---- --v'VQoC
erase.
ciana Park Elementary Schoolas We were greatly inspired IVY---- - --OOOQ------ C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C ID C.,C=..'10
our special guest on Com- by

munity Day, Sunday, May 24 the message> brought by Mrs. For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
at the 11 o'clock worship.The Athalle Range and Mrs. Doro
thy Newton Maxwell. They
entire community is spoke from the theme: "What
asked to Join with us in cele- Women Can Do To
Help The
brating this day. A special Church Save The World." These AL4y.
planned program will be ren- profound speakers captivated L BONDED
dered by Poinciana Park stu- their audience with elegance.
dents and a special faculty
choir will sing. Remember iAuiidl/rom the key speakers
Community Day at New Phila highlighting these services,
delphia. were many prominent ladles of ., y rA, y.r RENTAL
the community to make their
contribution for this momentous
ST. MARY'S W. M. event.

Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor The Pastor, Chairmen and the AGENCY INC.
Miss Dorothy Major, reporter entire membership of the ,
Usher Board Number one Antioch Baptist Church are
would like to thank Rev grateful to you, our gracious C
Director of Education public for your loyal support.
Phillip Cooper of Mt., Zion Baptist May God's richest blessings The largest collection and rental

Church for bringing us such a rest upon you, is our prayer.

wonderful sermon on our 40th Mrs. Rachel B. Pratt general agency in the South operating in
anniversary. Thanks to all the chairman; Mrs. Lillie Ross, }

visiting. boards and auxiliaries. chairman minister. ; Rev. 0. W. Foster, ; Dade a w d Broward Counties'HON.


There will be testimony rr Housing
Negro areas.
during our morning service.At HOLY TEMPLE M.I1.CHURCH L. L. BROOKS
3:30:: p.m. our w a y sand President
means committee will sponsora Usher' Board no. 1. of Holy
Talent Tea Program at the Temple M. B. Church will ce- GEORGE ilARTH, General Bfaoager
Church refreshments will be lebrate their 1st Anniversary
served at the social hall after the fourth Sunday' May 21, at MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MARE THAN
the program. T' Church is 3 p.m. Guest speaker will be 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
asked to please 8-fe us your I Rev. James King of Rock of
support. Tne public is invited Ages Baptist Church. The program Bonded also has employment service at main office
will be followed
by an
"Old Fashion Dinner Spread" 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA
NEW BETHEL BAPTISTRev. 2120 Burlington Street. The
public is cordially Invited. full time public relation Dept. to a*.lt you to *olrh>C yMr problem

E. Williams, Pastor Rev. E. K. King, Pastor, Pin a fleet of car firing door to,door service for tenant oca".......
The women of New Bethel Mrs. Ollie Kelly, Sect.
Oa night and
that Sunday for emergency enrice call PL 9-8733
would like to announce
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our Seventh Annual Women'sDay

will be held on. Sunday, Newsboys WantedTo 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-8733
May 24, 1904!
Vandalism done by a few 1 U expensive to all. Pleaae help m* atop thi.
Mrs. Gloria Braynon Robin Sell unnecessary evil C. A. Lockhart, Public Relation -
son will be our guest speaker.
She is presently a teacher at THE MIAMI TIMES
Booker T. Washington in the 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO ABRVB YOU

field of mathematics, French, IN RICHMOND HEIGHTS 11C3 N.W. and Are. _.._ PR s-Mu.* 17S95 Do....*ed An.

and Spanish. Mrs. Robinson is 1075 N.W.''nd (tt.SMI OX 0-M07 ruse JJ II.-...- .. .,11M
a native of Miami and a member Contact Richmond Height
of St. Paul A.M.E. Church. Grand Are. .-..". ... BI I-UU. 1019 HramoBdrfll ...
Pompaae14SM 11>. >---
She has also travelled exten "'
Drugs 4240' "N.-... im A y.. NH 1-N
lively In Belgium, France, ..W. MM AT.

Switzerland, Holland, Ireland, 2020 i N.W. 7M* m. or .,,.., I/5 T In, 0.IlIb ...... BUT S-4W
Italy England and Africa.! 14638 Lincoln Boulevard
We invite you to come' out 8000 N. W. Srd Ct. .... ... FR 1OffSCPQPCPaDtfflCPaBaMMMMHeXPaH

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, MAY 23 1964
MEMORIALS DEATHS


ALIERT RICHARDSON .

CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn MRS. ZEOLA MOORE, 1427 Screen Funeral, who services was for shipped Dolan

family ofthe late, CECE loving memory of oujj.dear loving memory of our dear NW 6th Ave., died May 12. from Cleveland, Ohio, were
LIA S. GARCIA, wish to thank mother, mother and grandmother, Services held Monday at St. held May 21 at New Provi-
the friends and neighborsfor MRS. BEATRICE BROWN Paul AME Church. Among dence Missionary Baptist
many '
the kindness and sympathy who departed this life May 24, her survivors are two sons, Rev. Church, He is survived by nine
shown during the hours of be- 19G2. James Bannerman of Lawn- sisters, Elizabeth Bowman,
reavement. Life, sweet life, so soon to pass aide, N.J. and Manatee Ban- Mae Bell Anderson, Loretha
As we are so was she nerman, principal of G. W. Carver Screen, Alto Screen, Willie M.
Thanks for your cards, tele t- As she is so shall we be. High School, four daugh- Screen, Carrie Jenkins, Thel-
grams, flowers, cars and other May she rest in peace and ters, Mrs. Catherine Brownleeof ma Nash, Addle M. Screen and
acts of kindness. Special thanksto perpetual light, shine upon Red Ban, N. J.; Mrs. Alta- Evelyn Screen, four brother,
Canon Charles F. Cooper, of. her., mese Dixon, Mrs. Johnnie Mae Wise, Carlton Robert and Win-
leers and memUers of St. Pet Mrs. Ruth Cooper Stirrup and Miss Clara Mae fred Screen, nieces, nephews,
er's A. O. Cathedral, and the I Mrs. Naomi Vanterpool. Bannerman, and two step- aunts and uncles.FRANCIS .
Bethell-Williams Funeral Home. daughter daughters.

May God continue to bless A.. host of grandchildren,
each of you. ,,r. nieces and nephews. HENRY MOORE, 1807 NW .
Mrs. Inez N Roberts, 6th place, died May 13. His THEO FLOWERS of 1697 NW
daughter wife, Beatrice, a son, a daughter -
73rd St, died May 14 in the
: Mrs. Madely E. Bain :MRS. PATTIE CARTER CARD OF THANKSWe mother sisters and brothers emergency! room of Jackson

daughter who departed this life May 24, the family of the late, survive.the chapel Services Tuesday conducted afternoon in Hospital. Services Saturday, at
1945. ERVIN L. SMITH which remains 2:30: pm. at New Bethel Bap-
were
She leaves with sweet mem- who departed this life April 22, following tist Church, Rev. Ernest Williams -
IN MEMORIAMIn shipped to Kershaw, S. C. for
ories: 1964 can never forget nor express final rites. pastor. Remains will re-
of hus- Ten children; I enough heartfelt thanks pose in the chapel 4 p.m. Fri-
loving memory our Burlee Carter, Mrs. Alma day. Remains will lie in
and gratitude ) 'fce m \ repose -
father and YOUNG 1754
Wand brother ARLESTER
,
son ,
Baker, E. J. Carter, Mrs. Are- friends for their kindness at his home 8 p.m. Fri-
REV. A. M. WRIGHT 5th Ave. of Mrs. Sarah
son
tha Davis Carter Mrs.
Eugene day. Survivors include his
who departed this life May 15, shown us during pur bereave- Smalley of the Paradise Hotel,
R. C. Mrs. Mildred
Waterman, wife, Thelma Louise two
ment. Thanks from the bottomof burial ;
1956. died May 13. Services and
Lighter, Nathaniel carter our hearts. Your special i daughters; two sons, a sister,
Servant of God, well done; Joseph Carter and several! were held in Chattahoochee. four brothers.
Rest from thy loved employ grands and great igrand child thoughtfulness was truly appreciated He is also survived by
The battle is fought i his wife two daughters, .
I a son, ;; 5 :: ::'
The victory is won I ren.May she rest in peace. Christian Smith, mother a sister, a brother, an aunt and
Enter Thy Master's joy. Mrs. L. V. Adams, Dght. Percy and Carl, brothers uncle. EndorsementThe
May his soul rest in peace. Lenora and Lillian, sisters Liberty City Community
Mrs. Ella L. Wright, wife Henrietta Chipman, aunt MRS. VIOLA BARNES, 2657
Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Wright, IN MEMORIAM f NW 60th St., died May 15. Her For Voting Rights
son and daughter survivors include a daughter,
Mrs. Hattie Wright, motherJ. I In sad but loving memory of I I seven sons and two brothers. Charity Club has endorsed
E. Wright, Jr., grandson my dear husband, IN MEMORIAM Services in the chapel Satur-
Sister and brothers MR. JOSEPH BANKS day at 3:30: p.m. 'William "Red"e Gillespie

whom Christ took aboard the WILLIAM "Red"GILLESPIE
IN MEMORIAMIn old ship of Zion May 26, 1063. DAVID J JACKSON, 10010
Yes there is a man going 3f Jesomine St., Perrine, died
remembrance of my around taking names, May 16. Arrangements are incomplete -
brother, When he took your nameIt for Constable of Dist 2.He's .
left my heart in pain.
Sadly missed by your wife, VERNON DAWKINS Jr., infant the right man to serve

Mrs. Donnie Banks a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ver- my people in his community.Nick .
And Family non Dawkins of 1767 NW 3rd
Ave., died May 16. Graveside Ferguson, President

CARD OF THANKSWe services at Evergreen were Also campaign manager in
conducted Thursday morning.
the family of the late, Downtown Dist.
MR. GEORGE BUTLER
take this method of thankingour MRS. FLORA STRACHAN, Free rides to the polls call
many friends for cards pioneer Miamian and wife of
letters, ,telegrams, flowers anduse Edward Strachan, died at 920 NW 2nd Ave.
of cars. Special thanks to home, 1937 NW 5th place, May
Rev. I, C. Mickins and Father 17 Services held Thursday at 373-9353
Charles Cooper, the Electronic Greater Bethel AME Church, r
Wholesalers Co. and the em- Rev S. A. Cousin, pastor. She
ployees of Jackson Hospital. is also survived by two cou- I HAVE A DREAM
Also the neighbors of 10th St. sins, Mrs. Louise Roberts of II
and the Richardson Funeral Key West and Francisco Johnson ,
.
Home. Again a special thanksto M.L.K.
our relatives and friends.
SHIRLEY CLAUDIA -
May God bless each of you. SYMONETTEwho

The Butler and departed from us May 21,
McKenzie Families
1963. Elect DON STONE
There the tears of earth are
IN MEMORIAMIn dried;
BENNIE LEE There its hidden things are
who passed to the great beyond loving remembrance of clear, JUVENILE JUDGE
on May 20, 1963. We loved you; our dear husband, father and There the work of life is tried
you were torn from our hearts. grandfather. By a juster judge than here. SPEAK NOW AND

That vacant space will never -'.. Mrs. Mlllis SymonnetteAnd MAKE YOUR VOICE
? -
be filled. + IF '1 1M Family ..
Lillian S. Pleasure, sister HEARD
and family
Lever 10-A
RANGE
.
IN MEMORIAMIn
M MRS. ZELMA W WARDROE, ,of
memory of our loving Ifli.Q 1421 NW 71st St.. apt. 3, died
mother and grandmother, ; May 14. Mrs. Wardroe, a native -
'of South Carolina, had re,
sided in Miami for more than
30 years. Her survivors Include Lincoln Federal Investment Inc.

w t ''" Yw + her husband, Ellzey, four ,
sisters, Mesdames Gladys
Batchelor, Alice Weathersbee, 5386 Biscayne BoulevardMIAMI
Catherine Grant, and Louise
Milton; four brothers, Clint, FLORIDA!

I L.l Benny, Ike and Louis. Services ''''
Saturday at 12 noon at the Mt. nh
Tabor Baptist Church. a i'
,
' ...,'11>
?' .. !"o't.' ;'I' .
MALLIE MILLER of 12033 ,t'
'l NW 213th Terr.. Goulds died '.I ': ,rt'r. !
< May 17. Mr. Malley resided *':. :
'
here for over 50 years. His sur- ';';>
H vivors are his wife, Susie a son it ti.,,'t,'I
t+ s GEORGE DEAN Joseph; a daughter, Madeline;
who departed this life 15,
May a sister, a brother and three
1959. May he rest in peace. grandchildren. Services Satur-
Lo! Death throneIn has reared himselfa day at 3 p.m. in the chapel. "The Greatest Name in Money

j a strange city lying alone. Offers a complete consolidation of debts and money
M Far down within the dim THEO 'NICHOLS of 29' Oak
west, St., Starke, died May 16. He fort
Where the good, the bad, the left'nd-'known survivors. Ser-
MRS. VICTORIA WARD worst and the best, vices and arrangements are in HOME MODERNIZATION PLANS
who passed to the Great Beyond Have gone to take their complete.

I '. May 22, 1959. eternal rest. ,, : For roofs: all type, aluminum windows, fences,
Your voice is stilled The Family
t t Your foot steps FILLERS' aluminum awnings, aluminum sidings
(; .But'your loving smile and IN MEMORIAM MAY 26 'Is V-DAY Your
splendid spirit the .
; day to preserve rights you
'1'' Linger ever with us. In loving memory of our be- value your day to vote.
''i '. Gone, but not forgotten loved father, Voting gives you a good feel- Call now ,for free information 6814133CARDS
'Lottie E. Ward GEORGE A. ROMER try it!
) Mable I. Daniels, who departed this life May 18, Try taking a long walk around JOHN STERN
tv Cleomle W. Bloomfield, 1954. your community of Dade Coun-
J':' ,; ,Marguerite, Davis, Dts.,, Gone, but not forgotten.The ty. Gives you a good feeling
Grandchildren Family doesn't it?

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FOR SALE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

DOLL HOUSE: 2-Bedroom I I
o SATURDAY MAY 23 1964 PAGE
CBS Jalousied windows, awn- 13

I Ni&cp y' Ya stove ings enclosed and refrigerator.back Spotless porch, I -

inside and' out. Price Is $9,000,
$300 down and $75 month...Life Elect DON STONE
Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL
9-4371. Open evening and
Sundays. JUVENILE JUDGE

RESTORE RESPECT TIN
NO CLOSING COSTS 3-
bedroom, 2 bath CBS, enclosed THIS COURT FOR
front porch, separate ,
garage "
'
appliances some furniture. THE SAKE OF ALL
Price is only $11,000, $350 x ,
SALE FOR SALE down and $80 per month. Life CHILDREN_
BOOKS 15c Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave q
,
CBS DOLL HOUSE, 2-bedroom to $2.00 Fiction Open ,
evenings and Lever 10AAPPAREL
and reference, like new. Phone Sundays.
dining area, utility room
carpeting .
759-6059
Act fast! This won'tlast 24 NW 60 St HELP WANTED

Only $300 down, $62 2-STORY modernize Outside furniture salesman.
month. Shell Realty, 4260 NW older
7th Ave, Phone 758-5551. home with 2-bedroom, 1 bath, No experience necessary. Call
Income cottage, the lot is 100x Tuesdays and Thursdays between :
148 for said by owner. $1,500 10 and 1 p.m. 379-5371 FOR SALE ,
DUPLEX, 2-bedroom CBS 6
down, total price: 15000. PL Jn5
years new, one side completely 1-1106 for
appointment.
furnished, Fla room, lange! patio MEN Get a man's job!! Operating "Champagne taste, beer pocket?" Come to Grade's
$16,000 total, $GOO down. No
BEDROOM home bulldozers, graders,
closing costs. Shell large Fla. where you'll find like-new exclusive dresses,
Realty :room, 2-car older but draglines, backhoes and scrap!
42CO NW 7 Ave., 758-5551 nice, $10,900, garage$595, move right ers. Earn, top wages. We Will suits, skirts, blouses, shoe all original $1 to $5
In, no qualifying, $89.50 month train you on our equipment. Mink, fox and other stoles and fur jacket $5 to $10.
CORNER BEAUTY, CBS du- oays all. See 4030 NW 3rd Ave. VA approved. Call. Associated Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen
plex, 1-bedroom each
side, completely Owner Heavy Equipment Schools,
WI
5-9886.
Italian silk suits. $3 and $5.
furnished. You must room 215, Chanin Building, N. dresses $1. Men' pure

see.total,We$400 have down.key.Shell Only $13,000 NO CLOSING COSTS 2-bed- Miami Beach, WI 7-1651. Blue serge suits $5. Sport jacket $2. Pant, *hoe* .

42GO NW 7 Ave. 758-5551.Realty, rooms, Florida room, enclosed $1. Shirt 50c. Also linens, drapes, bedspread and
front porch, garage, awnings, 2-BEDROOM HOUSE for sale, other household items. We cater to the elite. Grace ,
stove and refrigerator. Price is 2480 NW 55 Terr. Call NE
NEW AREA! New Area! 2 $9.500 $300 down, $77 month. 49127. and Mike will greet you personally.GRACE'S .
large homes CBS. No qualifying Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. THRIFT SHOP
move right In. .Carport plus PL 9-4371. Open Sundays and
many extras, 3-bedrooms, $85 evenings.NO FR 1-8372
2512 NE 2nd Ave.
including taxes and insurance. CLOSING COSTS. CBS duo Senior Citizen
plus small down payment 6280 olex, 2-bedrooms each side, Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
SW 58 Ct.2BEDROOM. tile roof( appliances. With $600
down, you can live rent frees
$77 Incl. taxes the monthly payments are Corps
and Ins., plus small down pay only $89.75, FHA terms. Life OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY
ment. 5741 SW 62 Terr. Drive
Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL Recommend
by, then call Fenster Realty
1-4371. Opon evenings and Sun-

PL 9-8770. I-, I'"' days. VOTE 1866 N. IV. 51st Terr.

1850 NW /51 Terr. 3-bedroom CORNER 3-BEDROOM CBS for the following
beauty, all fenced, loads of freshly painted, large enclosed SPECIAL
room plus a real deal, $83 month, front porch, appliances, sepa- May 26, 1964cut
reasonable
down pay- rate garage A bargain at $9,200,
ment. Call z:
us on this one. Drive $300 down and $63 month. Don't out and vote SELL
Hi', Fenster PL BUILDER MUST
Realty, 91-8779.
I miss this! Life Realty, 4932 NW .

SEVERAL GOOD, good homes ...7 Ave.and PL 9-4371. Open even- High 2-A (No Qualifying)

VA's. $100 down, we are one of Ings Sundays Gorgeous 3-bedroom, Fla. room, 2 bath; hardwood
the I .
authorized brokers. Call us II Shevin 4-A
NO Like floors" built-in features awning windows'This home
for the locations. Will be happy I QUALIFYING. new "
to drive you out. Fenster. Beautiful 2-bedroom CBS with Poston 6-A can be bought at a SENSIBLE PRICE.by those .who ,
Realty, PL 0-8770. 2 full bathrooms. >E1 a c h bed- can afford a fair down payment.
room has Its own entrance and Myers.. 7-A
LARGE; LARGE? ''home :J-bed- its o w n beautiful -bathroom. 6% MORTAGE ''INTEREST
rooms, suitable; for a large Flat tile roof, wall to wall clos- Culbreath 9-A "
family. Terms ets, large built-in kitchen, FULL PAYOUT MORTGAGE
{ are good, to suit .
?
bargain II -
windows A
etc.
buyer. Drive by 1136 NW 51 awning Gordon 12-A
St, Then call: us, Fenster Real- at $12,500 and $85 month. This is opportunity to buy a gorgeous home at
ty PL 08779.INVESTMENT. Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. Bradley 13-A your 1 p' I .. .t-'
_- PL 0-4371. Open evenings and a competitive price
'
PROPERTY Sundays. James 34-A .
We have a terrific deal::! for an Jack Munach- Builder -
investment that will pay: you FOR RENT Pol. Ad.

units back, plus almost all furnished double. 2 apt.rental for NICE ROOM for nice person. Senior CUlzenoru* WI 5-7171 FR 3.5446 JE 8-6049

owner, less than $1.000 down. Man preferred. Private bath, Martin Adlemnn
This is a real deal. Call us for Call mornings and evenings,
information. Fenster Realty. OX 1-3827. ,
PL,' 9-8779. ,
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NICE ROOM, men preferred. EDISON SPECIALS
4815> NW G Ave; Open Sunday $8 and up. 1817 NW 55th St I ,
3 to (. 3-bedroom 2 bath CBS. $395 down $22 wk.
$350 down. Big Fla. room, spotless 2-BEDROOM APT. $65 per These two are open Sundlay 2-6 p.m.
home, lovely yard, FHA nonth. 6300 NW 15th Ave. OX
terms, no closing. A. Ben-Korl. 1-5217. Buy a 3-bedroom, 2 tile 564 NW 45th ,StreetCBS

PL Realtor.1-2243.Nites PL 9-5533, days LARGE ROOM private entrance Fla. room, tile roof, $300 down, FHA, $75 Mo.

convenient location. So- bath, CBS, built-in range.
OPEN SUNDAY 3-0, 230 NW ,)Cr working person preferred.Call f' 442 NW 46th Street

52 St. 4" bedroom, 2 bath CBS, 751-0291.! Only, $10,900 total. No 3-bedroom CBS. Corner, tile roof, fenced rear yard,
Fla. room, fence, sprinkler system -
workshop, laundry room. ROOM in private home for a $350 down. FHA. Dniing room, all room large.
This has everything. Total real nice working man, 1473 qualifying, move'in today. Drive by the following .. .then call; us ,
1-0425.
price $14,500 for this beauty. MW 70th St. OX '
terms arranged. A. Ben-Korl, 549 NW 47th Terrace .
FURNISHED'APT. with
yard
Realtor nltes L 05533days
,
PL 12243. and water, 4528 NW 33 Ave. New! $990 down CBS 3-bedroom, Fla. room, garage. carport. $250.
Je all OX 1-342. down. $76.80 month, FHA. .
DRIVE BY then :, ;
NW 31 St. Total $9,50'2bedroom : LOVELY Efficiency for one less than rent. A 565 NW 44th Street q. .
CBS. It's a honey. payments person, nicely furnished, must Payment
only $G7 month, only $250 be clean and want a nice placeto CBS, garage, new tile roof, $75.03 month_, FHA. .

down. A. Ben-Krl, Realtor live. $15 per week.I NE 3-bedroom, 2 bath, Florida '
nites PL 9-5533, days, PL 5-5566.: 559 NW 44th. Street ,

1-2213. X12 hard. CBS, 3-bedroom, garage. $63.65 month, FHA.: ..
One bedroom cottage, room, built-in range, .

DT7TVE BY then call me: 265 partly furnished 4528 NW free 33rd lights Ave. 1964 NW 47th.Terrace
and water,
NW CT St. Total 10000. Onlv A dream home '
wood! floor
S300 down. $00 month pays all. HI 6-1266. CBS 3-bedroom (could be 4),, 2 bath, $11,400 total.. ,.
A. Pen-Korl, Realtor nltes PL $300 clown' FHA. -
furnished
J>-5r 3.1, days PL 1-2243. 1-BEDROOM APT., for $,one. down FHA.!" '
total. $300
$18.50 week. PL 83901. 2 bath, $11,400 .;

'"DRIVE call me.BY Total: 401$10,000 NW 43, only St. Then$250 APTS. Adults only, furnished, 530 NW 49th Street < h::;

*down. $G8 month pays: all. CBS 1309 NW 44th St. $18.504721 5-9886. TRIO REALTY CBS, tile roof, screened Fla. porch, FHA. term/. ,'< !
WI
2 bedroom. Fla room. A. Ben- NW 15th Ct. $15
Korl, Realtor nltes L 9-5533, I 1880 NW 50th Street /;
days PL 1-2213. ONE- EB DROOM APT. Desire a 801 NW 54th Street '
small family, quiet neighborhood -, CBS duplex bedrooms each side, $15,000 total,
REST LOCATION in Manor 7850 NW 12th Ave- $450 down, FHA.EDiSON.
Park. 1 block from school and 759-8372 691-2863
.buses. 3-Medroom, 2 bath CBS. NICE ROOM In private' home *
Tile roof, Fla. room, enclosed for a nice lady or couple. AH REALTORS ::..
691-0144.
home privileges.
front porch garage. Freshly

$14,000 painted, inside$450 and down out.and Price$88 Is DRY CLEANING and Laundry I HAVE A DREAMM.L.K. 175 .62iiI, St.i_" 7512441FOR
and alteration. Very
Agency :
month. Life Realty, 4932 NW 7
Ave. PL 9-4371. Open evenings good terms. 4850 IfW.7* Ave. asp
/l11! 1 .Sundays. 751-0551.



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.z .. Everyone is cordially Invited. nual Women's Day, Sunday,
May 24, 101G4 The morning
HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS The Greater St. Luke Primitive speaker will be Mrs. Viola Hill
Baptist Church, 4205 of West Hollywood, Fla. Even-

..... !oC>ol"o.c" ..""", ,,, S.W. 18th St., West Hollywood, Ing speaker will be Mrs.
FlaM will observe their 3rd An Athalle Range of Miami.
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLAr k
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DCT Has Employees I North Dade 'Brain' County'f ; 4 0f

Gets Yale Scholarship News. CULTURE

Banquet Clvde Murphy, a sophomereat
North Dade Junior-Senior It's New! It's Great It's Educational( !
West DunWar Elementary High School has been awarded ByWalter
cafeteria was the scene of the a scholarship to attend the Bowe 2 week advance course of training to beauticiansand
annual DCT (Distributive Cooperative Yale University Summer High iiArrr: I":"AY.wMembers
Training) Employees School for bovs of superior intellectual teachersCERTIFICATES
Banquet held at 8 p.m., on April ability.
AWARDED
29. The son 0 f Mr. and Mrs. officers and delegates
Everett Murphy of 14255 N.W. of the Beautician's Unit .
Guest Artists Mr. Salmuel Jones
M. G
: Murray
,
Students and personnel represented 21st Ot. In Opa-L/ooka, Clvd\ 36 attending the Orange
No. are
the following schools: will participate an Intensive Blossom Beauticians' conven- Miami Academy, Milady Publishing Co.,
Mays, North Dade, Northwestern summer of college preparatory tion In Tampa Fla, which began Mr. Arnold De Mille, Helen Curtis, SofstyleJ.

and ,Carver.Booker Also T. present Washington were, study educational providing opportunities challenging, shar, Sunday, May 17 through Posner land some of our state's best consultants

cooperating business concernsIn pening his knowledge of how Thursday, May 21. Mrs.of Elea Eleanor Several prizes will be awarded i
Bowe, owner
V.
to
the area. study and acquainting -
efflclenUYh a great nor's Salon of Beauty attendedthis
The banquet program consisted university and its cultural op convention, also Mrs. Mildred
of the invocation trlven by portunities. James, Manager, and Mrs.
Eleanora Starks of BTW. Maintaining active member- Fannie Williams, owner of
Following this, the occasionwas ship In both the Future Mus- Vogue Beauty Shop, Kalian- THOMPSON'S BEAUTY SALONWe
delivered by Bobby T. Reidof icians Club4 and the North dale, Mrs. DeKnlght of Hallan-
Mays. Dade Band Program Clydeneverthelessreadilyad Mrs. Freddie Mae
and
dale Hollywood. special I lize in all phases of Beauty Culture
North Dade was representedwhen Craig of West
Prince Williams welcomed mits engineering that he when wishes he to attends study Styles Tinting Hair Cutting, Wigs
the audience. Responding to Miss Bernice Henry of 4420
the welcome was Mrs. Jean college his life's or vocation.university He to often pursue S.W. 25th St. is the new beautician Weaving Permanents>

Hodges: director of the Nursing says "It stimulates me to repair at Eleanor Salon of Beauty. NEW MAINAGER, FANNIE ARNUM
Service at Kendall Hospital. I and to reassemble mechanical 4444 S.W. 17th St., West Holly
After which' a tribute was and electrical Implements. wood. Miss Henry tpiraduated; Phone FR 1.0997 Res NE 5.1247
paid to DCT employees by Energetic Clyde spends mostof from the Sunlight School of 533 NW 2nd! Avenue
Samuel Lattimore, from North. his leisure playing his trumpet Beauty, Nov. 10th.
western. reading or working with ,* j junel3J
electronic kits.i HeIs- also an The VFW Post No. 8195 will t
Introduction of the !sneakerby Active' participant in other N hold its Installation services
Gladys Simmons of Carver Dade organizations and vice- May 31 at 3:30: p.m. All memo t
preceded a speech made by president of the Catholic Youth bers are asked to be present.
Mrs. Paule Walker, president of Organization of St. Phillips Veterans are invited to attend ON MAiy-26
Richards Department Store. I Catholic Church. this service at 4325 Hallandale
Recognition was given to The very inclusive' and intensive -
the street
I Summer Yale Beach Blvd, across
Program
special guest. will Include 100 boys from high from Home Federal, next to
Mrs. David H. Dobbs ended schools throughout$ the United Hank's Grocery. VOTE FOR
the banquet with presentationof States who will be exposed primarily *
merit certificates. Receiving: to concentrated studv In The Blue Bird Club is new
awards were those ,who had English and Mathematics since ly organized group. This group
shown superior performance In these are the essential tools was organized April 13th. Meet
their local DCT activities. for academic achievement. ings are every Monday night ABILITY EXPERIENCE PROGRESS
These Carver students received Added to this, field trips to the club: has 10 members. Officers -
awards: Perry Anderson\ ,Eloise laboratories, libraries museums are: Mrs. Sarah Robinson,
Fairfax, Gladys Simons. and other] University Miami President; Mrs. Mattie

Presiding over the programwas plants facilities, theaters and and to other Industrial points Smith, Vice President; Miss PULL LEVER 1-A
Perry Anderson, Carver's which will appropriately supplement Flora Davis, Secretary Congratulations -
to the club.
DOT president. the education aspect of
the .Jmnver's experience will Rev. William Knowles of Hal-
BTW ALUMNI DAY form an Integral part of the
program. landale Fla. will hold revivalat Pd. PoL Adv.
ClYde the Church of God of Pro-
SET ,FOiR' JUNE, 2 thanks to owes the Guidance a great deal Depart of phecy at 601 N.W. 2nd St, Sun-
ment at North Dade. He was day, May 24'at 8 'pm. The pub- I
The annual Alumni nay honoring recommended by tenth 'grade lic is invited. Rev. Herman
the Reunion Classes of counselor, Robert Strapp and Dean, Pastor. FORD REALTY SPECIALS! !
Booker T. Washington High: Assistant Principal for Guidance i-
School; will be held on Tuesday Mrs. Juanita Hamberry The United Usher's Union of
June 2 at 2 pm. In the both of whom were quite dill': Broward County will, convene 1-An FHA bargain: 4 bedrooms, 2 full bath; Ideal
school's auditorium. Classes of gent in preparing his applica- with the New Macedonia Baptist location. Perfect for professional people $500 down
'34, '44 '54 will observe their tion and submitting the required Church, 2201 S.W. 48th Ave., and $88 a month

class years reunion respectively.of 38, 20, and ten data. Sunday, ,May 24 at 3 p. m.Attention ...._.'._-...

2-1311 NW 42nd Street: Excellent for older coupleor
Delivering the main addressfor
the day will be Mrs. Caro. !! Attention!! single person.. Fully furnished 1-bedroom, home.
ivn Bain Miller Instructor at $300 down, $65 month.

Dunbar Elementary School ....-41>.......-....
and a member of the class of SEE THE
FABULOUS NEW
1054. Other members of this 3-1120 NW 39th Street: Perfect -condition, 2-bed-
class oartlclnatlng on programare room, close to everything $500 down, $80 month.

: Mrs. Malvese Glass Tas- ....-.---....
well. Invocation: Mrs. Doretha "Sunshine Homes"Now
Mitchell Davidson, history of 4-6998 NW 20th Avenue: See this beautiful 3-bed-
the class: Mrs. Gloria Coleman, room home.( Built-in oven and range, other extras.

Introduction of speaker. Open For Public Display $500 down, no qualifying. Can be bought on trade

Musical selections will be .

John rendered McArthur.bv Earl Joe Bethel Michaels and Sun. From 1 to 6 P.M. 5-TRADE YOUR HOME FOR* A NEW ONE: WE

John McArthur. Joe Nicholas CAIN HELP YOU!!

will Brown preside Is the program and Clarence chair- These new homes have everything you 6-280 NW: Slat Street: This is a) beauty. 2.bedroom

man.Miss Helen Dorsett, librarian- want, Mr. and Mrs. Home Buyer. See dream extras home.You will Large love furnished this. Trade Florida.yours.room, many

at Memorial Library,
will Dorsey be the speaker for the them! 7-1762 NW 42nd Street: $350 down buy this well

class of 1944 and Father Theodore kept 2-bedroom home thru FHA financing. Glad

Glbeon rector of Christ -
to show it to
you.
Episcopal Church will speak Location''of these new homes:
for"the class of 1934. 8--253 NW 46th Street. Here it is Income plus
Other activities for Reunion home. Two houses. for $9000 Easily financed. See
+ will be the annual ,Reunion seta -- 1104 N.W. 37 Street it and call on u..
to be held Immediately following I-
the Alumni Day Pro- 9-The opportunity of a lifetime Trade your home
terram at the Harlem Square i. for \ta newer home. We haVe three bedroom
Ballroom. Admittance to thisaffair. homes to trade with See tod. .
you. us
'
will be member
your 5221 N.W. 5th Ave.
shin card. 10-Beautiful 3-bech-oom homes: $100 down, from
The Annual Reunion" Ball $65 per month Call us at once. Only a few left.
? held Friday June 5.
will be on
at 10 p.m. In the Ballroom' of Open every day from 9 to 7 including Sat. and! Sun.

the'I Harlem Square. Invitationsare 3041 N.W. 69th Terr.EXCLUSIVE 11-1480 NW 55th Street Large 2bedroom'home..
annual now affair.I In the mall for this Screened Fla. room, fenced yard. No down pay.

The Elliott J. Pleze Scholar- ment to veterans..
ship Award will*be presentedto BY

uate a needy along with and deserving Alumni Award grad- News Realty Inc. Ford Realty Inc.

;,J of thdforeanto the;'outstandingroemWrroTtbe )

lation. This, day(Alumni along Assoc-with 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4.0655 569 N.W. t 54th Street 758-S761 ''i i
ism to be
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SATURDAY tHE, MAY MIAMI 23,TIMES 1964 MIAMI, FLA. PAGE 15 I All Dade to Benefit From Slum Clearance Group I


-- ... Last Thursday night the Coconut county will be invited to coope- have learned more stability
Grove Citizen's Committeefor rate with the DCCCA on Issues than groups in other areas.
Real Estate News amount is pavable monthly together Slum Clearance decided to affecting slum clearance or urban Now we're In a position to sell
with the regular mort- became a county-wide group renewal. urban renewal to the rest of
Views
and gage payments to principal and by voting Itself as a standing Mrs. Douglas said, "It's Just the county."

, -. .., ._. Interest committee to be called the not losing a daughter, we're Mrs. Elizabeth Vlrrlck. who
A However this Insurance does Dade County Conference on gaining a son-or in this case, was praised by Father Gibson
Civic Affair. *
not protect the borrower several brothers and sisters.; and Mrs. Douglas for leadingthe
against lost of any kind. For The new president 0 f the The Rev. Theodore R. Gibson, group 10 years cited the
this reason persons desiring to group and author of the re-.. one 0 f the founders of the Grove committee's role in de-
buy homes under the FHA J program rganlzation plan, Mrs. MarJorie group, told of Its success in the fcfctlng the urban renewal
: must satisfy the FHA Stoneman Douglas, said past 18 years. He said of the charter amendment last Jan-
that the purchase Is being madeon the work of the Grove group new plan: uary.
yw' a sound financial basis and "Is not necessarily but
1x t over
9 !i'dPa "We have something' to offer I The Rev. Gibson was elect.
w that the purchaser Is able to more and more we have discovered I
.
,
meet the obligations of the that the greatest the county I believe that in ed vice-chairman- of the countywide
home desired blems are in other of pro the our efforts to clear slums in group; Lyn Snyder, treat
I" areas
the Coconut Grove area, we surer; Mrs. Verneka Silva recording -
Since It would lie to the dis- county I have learned a great deal. I secretary; Clara Sands,
ti s advantage of all parties involved Other civic groups i In the ilso think that in 18 years wt corresponding secretary.
r If.the borrower was allowed
to enter Into a contract that he
y iiwws*# y#v#v'i* &
l could not fulfill However most
people can qualify under the
Uy SONNY WEIGHT FHA program. The main requirements
Registered Real Estate Broker are: ((1)) A good Credit
record (pay bills properly on E-L-.E-C-
CAN YOU QUALIFY FOR repossessed cars, furniture,
FIIAMOST PEOPLE CAN homes etc., or Judgements) (2))
A regular income that will enable ,. "f." ;.
Most of the homes sold In you to pay monthly mort. ..
the United States today are FHA gage payments without difficulty .
and still able to meet your
Insured. The main reason Is
other obligations, such as car
that the FHA will Insure up to notes, loan and furniture bills ELLIOTT'ROOSEVELT
07% of loans up to $15,000. etc., if there are any.
And for a longer period of time If you are in the market fora
than most institutions or private home, I would suggest that
lenders. you clear up as many of your 1
This of course makes the outstanding obligations (bills)
down-payment and monthly as possible and wait before taking .
payments relatively lower than on others as this would definitely
through other means of financ be to your advantage$ ,
ing. Thus enabling a greater whether you buy through the
number of people to buy homes FHA or hot.QUESTION.
that are within their means,
and pay for themjn convenient :
monthly Installments over along If a person has qualified and
period of years. bought one home under FHA,
can he buy another through
FHA does not lend money or
FHA.
build homes, FHA only Insures
the loan of ANSWER:
mortgage a qualified -
buyer. FHA does this No. Before person that has DEMOCRATIC
through bank, building and loan qualified and own one home *x
associations, mortgage that has FHA financing can buy
companies
Insurance companies and another home through FHA
other FHA approved lenders. he must first sell the one. He
has to be a qualified buyer, and ra NATIONAL
These lenders
are able to sret his name off the mortgage.
lend money on very favorable Regardless of his income. A
terms because the FIIA
protects person can only have one FHA
them against loss of the loanIf mortgage at a time.
at a future date the buyer becomes COMMITTEEMAN
unable to meet his obliga. REAL ESTATE DEFINITION: -

tions on the mortgage. For this TITLE: ', 1t' ,. ,
reason It Is required that the The right by which a personis 1 t .:v.'tf" $
borrower ( buying the entitled to future !
person present or ''ii. '..J-' ;;"" \
; f'
'* :
home) pay mortgage Insurance possession, ownership, or enjoyment : ,
: .
premiums to the FHA. This : of real property, J'4"t.,,.r .:\, > '.' ,
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. Is not ready for this one." avail. The other traveler IB none Pittsburgh lad In what"' lll be
SATURDAY MAY 23 1904 This Is in spite of the fact other than Willie James who laughingly called a main
PAGE 16 I
that both lads have similar
gets another chance at the big event. The smell still lingers
past records. As a result, the
k matchmaker who Is stuck fora when he faces a former top line from his set-to with the "dan
match to fill out his card, middleweight In the hard hitting erous" Paddy Read- -coupte of
a settles for anyone who Is Bob Fosmire over the ten weeks ago. It may Interest, you
around at fight time. round route. Willie flunked in to know that Palmieri was
Spearing his first attempt at making the halted in two rounds In a four
Two popular battlers In this grade when he dropped a decision round prelim bout at Clevelanda
area, go to post In out of town to Dick French up Boston short time ago making It a
rings this evening. way, total of seven times he had
: With Perfecto Garcia, a sharp box- been halted since starting his
r':1. Sports Ing young lightweight travelsto James won by the KO route career In 1962.
; Nassau In the Bahamas to and Garcia received a draw.
By HARRY SPEAR engage the veteran "Battling" Speaking of Tony Mamarelll,
Douglas In a ten rounder. Perfecto we understand that negotiations I HAVE A DREAM
is the same }joy who are under way to bring In one
has tossed challenge after challenge "Dicky" Palmiere out of New
Luis Rodrigues ROMANO are managing a good at Tony Mamarelll to no Bedford, Mass., to engage the I M.L.K.
looking heavyweight by the ,-
Packs Them in at name of JAKIE DAVIS from
Ft. Lauderdale. Charlie can
Pan Am AuditLast teach this boy a great deal .He
Monday night Luis Rod- knows the fine points of box-
Charlie feather-
Ing. was a

five rlgues 3-mdnute In boxed an exhibition LINO rounds ARMETEROS of bout whichhe for- weight WILLIE contender.PEP when He Willie boxed was his DADE COUNTY YOUNG '

champ and Charlie was on
gave an excellent account of
out. Davis Is only 18
way years
himself and why he deserves
old and has plenty of time before -
another shot at the title with
EMILE GRIFFITH on June he fights as a pro.
12. As you know, Luis was the DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATIONAfter t
former welterweight champ This article was taken from
He was a little overweight, the Little River Boxing News
but has plenty of time to re by permission:
duce. He was fast and sharp. By PEEPING 'TOM due deliberation and careful consideration!'
The crowd gave him a tremendous CANVAS CAPERSA
ovation after the bout.
new deal Is in store for hereby endorse, !the following candidates:
Pack Promotions Presented you local fans 'here at Little
him with a beautiful River Arena. Where the action
for his great sportsmanship over the past few weeks left FOR, GOVERNOR
mucr to be desired, a complete
ship.Luis reversal of form can be expected
makes his home here.

We Willie have Florida Pastrano.one by: champion the Let's name livingIn hope of I and now"Buddy"formerly at Pan that Pack American promoted Neil present Compostowho Arena here promoter H ROBERT HIGH 2AState

Rodriguez brings the title back
have under
here. Good luck Luis. joined forces
Com-Pac will make an effort
Pan Am Results you the best action you have Legislature Group 1

Cassius Ford of Jacksonville ever witnessed here ttefore.

posted a unanimous six-round Com-Pac will make an effortto ROBERT L. SHEVIN ,.' .4-A
decision over Eddie Fobbs overcome tne over zealous- .
Monday night In the feature ness of local handlers of boxersIn
fight at Pan-American Arena. this area. It is not the faultof State Legislature Group 2 ", ,;.
Ford weighed 145, Fobbs the matchmaker, the fighters ;;;'. ,.
152.Nino nor the boxing commission ,BERNARD BERMAN .: S.A
Marti, 127 of San Juan that so many poor prelim
scored a third round technical' ,:.
matches are fought. The trouble U'I* *
knockout over Hector Berdugo lies with the "
distinctly men- State Legislature Group 5 I' : .
.1$ .
123 of Bogota. In a four- tors of our local talent who are > .'''! '
rounder, Johnny Sands, 148, Miami looking for wins for their ;.,
and Skeeter McRay, 147, charges. This is laudable for any KENNETH M. MYERS "\': 7.A't
Perrine fought' to a draw. manager who is looking to advance -, ,
Another four-rounder )> r I
saw his fighter, but some-
Jerry Power, 128 of St. Louis body has to be a loser. Whena School Board Group 2. ..
decision George Sawyer, 132 of match looks good on paper ',
Miami. Eddie Linder 120, Miami between two aspiring I
young- JACK D. GORDON
12AH
also decisloned Jerry Mc- ,, ,
sters, one of the handlers? of .
Namara, 122, of Miami. the
two
boys
are always ready
CHARLES TITONE and NICK to back off with -"Nah, my boy Constable District 2 ,""

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RAY BRADLEY'\ 13-A

CRANE BROS. MOTORSOFFER ,\

Judge, Juvenile Court


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