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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: February 5, 1965
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
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VOLUME 42 No. 22 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1965 '' UTPAGES 10 CENTS 1

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l fi :rb1 l : M ist rYer High Schools'late Elimination ,



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-Southern r-Board-Pushes 'IntegrationPlans 'J


revealed by the Senior high students I ir

Dade School Baord Wednes- the Richmond Heights and
Congressmen day call for radical changesin Perrine areas who normally

school transportation would attend Mays be provided ,
Ask schedules and attendanceareas bus transportation if '
Probe that will eliminate the they request it during spring t

high school departments of registration.
three all Negro schools within Seventh graders who nor.
) of Mar the next three years. mally would attend Carver
Junior-Senior High from the
The House Committeeon Facing elimination by the South Miami area be denied
Un-American Activities proposals of Supt. Joe Hall bus transportation. They
was called by two are North Dade High in Opa- would provide their own or
Southern Congressmenthis locka, Carver High in Coco- attend Miami Junior High,
week to investigatethe nut Grove and Mays High at jjall' said. I

Ku Klux Klan. Goulds. About 60 students now I,"

Rep. Charles Longstreet TT Hall asked that about 200 living in the J.W. Johnson

Weltner (D., Ga.) who H L h < senior high students from Elementary School'area will
made the main appeal said North Junior-Senior High "beencouraged" no longer be provided bus

"I believe I speak for a to attend Carol transportation to Dorsey
vast majority of Southerners k.7J Senior High during the 1965- Junior High. They will go to

in calling for this ,' 66 school year. Transpor- Henry H. Filer.
action." tation will be provided and About 18 pupils attending "tD t

pupils must make their choice <:rsey, who live west of
Rep. George \\*. rider J limn during the spring registration Milam Dairy Road and north

(D., Tenn.) "heartily endorsed period. of NW 12th St., get transpor-
the suggestion"Other Students who live more tation only to Miami Springs
members applauded."Let "'" ,. YI. than Uo miles South of Mays Junior High.Students.
us turn upon this would be provided bus trans- who normally
invisible empire the lightof
portation to South Dade Senior would be in the seventh and
.
public scrutiny
!I. a staff vetting held at the FAAWB building, International Airport at 3:30 pm, High if they request it. eighth gradee at Booker T.
Those
Weltner said. "Let us reveal Jan. 12 Jolin living in the Redlandarea Washington nign, but live
Mr. Hardy, an employee the Federal Aviation Agency, was presented with would
for all to see the men be transportedonly north of 20th St., attend Robert
behind the masks." a Certificate of Achievement and a check in the amount of $172 for sustained outstanding to South Dade.Key E. Lee Junior High.,

performance dtring 1964. The award was presented by Mr. Martin E. Hansen, FAA Acting

Area Coordinator. Mr. Hansen congratulated Mr. Hardy and added, "This, is ont way by

Farmer Says and which dependable the Federal,employee.Aviation" Agency says, 'thanks for a lob well done' to a loyal, efficient West Out to L_


.. "....." This- is the second time an award of this nature has been presented to Mr. Hardy. .J.
Africais Don'tLikt Is 1961 he' received an outstanding performance award.,. The check at that time was for Stop Vote-Buying

$105. The employees I of the Federal Aviation Agency conveyed congratulations to Mr. :

UsLEOPOLDVILLE. Hardy and wished him well. Mr. Hardy has been with the Agency since 1959, is married

and has four Key West's recently "We are also going to
formed Negro Political picket as near as it Is leg-
Congo- y ***'/ tia! M>""** James Farmer, Ivad of the 6 chlldr.n.Amste Action Committee is wagIng the polls With signs read-
war against vote
r n Alabama l '

Congress(CORE)for says'Racial anti-Ameri-Equality $, j buying. Ing"We, 'Don't intend Sell to Your have Vote.all

canism is rampant in black Chairman Carol TynesJr. checked
absentee voters as
Africa.. ., Saturday said, "We
their In the cityon
Speaking to newsmen af- Right-to-Vote Protest j Intend to keep this move- election presence day and we

ter a two-hour conferencewith ment in the public eye will do everything In our

Congolese Premier 'M.,, .. Lm _.nnno._ ", until vote-buying is abolished i- power to have anyone
Moise Tshombe, the American -Selma, Ala.-- Alabama- -' 1,800: -since-'the demonstra- '''main l in jail as long as' he In Monroe County. caught buying votes con-

Negro leader said he was Negroes, showing just as tions began two weeks felt it necessary to drama- "We are notifying all, victed on a grand jury In-
I distressed by strong anti- much persistency in seek- ago. tize the civil rights strug- politicians publicly that dictment.I "

Western feelings, ,and es- ing to register as Sheriff gle. we will fight, we will infiltrate -
pecially anti-American sen- James G. Clark shows: AUout 300 Negro teen- and will bring to A grand jury investigated "
timent, that he found in stubborness in preventing agers were arrested in Civil rights forces have public attention any pay- vote-buying and alleged -
Africa. them continued to over- Selma Wednesday by asked a federal judge to ola stations and persons irregularities In absentee -
Farmer has visited Tanzania flow the jails in their determination Sheriff Clark, and 700 order Baker not to Inte- Involved In operating these voting last year but
Kenya, Southern Rhodesia to gain their others were arrested i n fere with their ,activities. stations. Insufficient evidence was
found for indictments.rect .
Ethiopia, Nigeria and right to vote. neat by Marion.In .
the Congo. He will visit
Ghana before returning the More than 1,500 have Selma the singing
American Negro Leadership been arrested this week teenagers locked arm-in- Schools Get Warning for
and in unison.
and aim swayed
Conference on Africa. up to Wednesday,
Then they separated and
... clapped their hands.
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( Wynn Named Coordinator waited Clark and until his all the deputies demonstrators Crowding, Wrong Teachers :

I had reachedthe ..

of Here f Dallas County Court- Nine Dade County senior library books and materialswas some of the deficiencies. '
Poverty Program
house, then told them short about $800 for a The toward the
high schools were warned first step
; they were under arrest.
school that sire and the num-
this week that they were in loss of accreditation is the
William Jr. former miles west of of their ber of volumes in the librarywas I
Wynn raz r. Thirty danger losing accre- warning. If the deficiencies
Miami school teacher has Selma, state troopers and ditation. inadequate.Supt. then out
Hall said that efforts are not corrected
been named to assist in i sheriff's deputies at Marion Coral Gables Senior High,
Dade's poverty-war. started rounding up which has led the area as have been made to cor- you go. -

The 29-year-old Wynn is teenagers as the right-to- top winner of academic i

the new Neighborhood Ser Ire, vote demonstrations picked awards for many years, is Integrated Student Party to
vices Co-ordinator for the up momentum in Per- imong those in danger. I
Economic Opportunity Program ry County. Other Dade senior highs

Inc.E.O.P.. Some of those arrestedin warned of deficiencies were Break Univ. of Fla Jimcrowjail
President Miami Norland Northwestern, North
Marion locked Inside
Beach Attorney Alvin Cassel, tue wire were fence sur-- Miami, North Dade, George GAINESVILLE A Free- for civil rights activities.The .
said Wynn would serve as a Washington Carver, Miami dom Party has been organizedto
rounding the jail while candidate for president
direct liaison between 'areas Jackson, Booker T. Washington challenge the traditional
others were hemmed I n for president is a former
that need help and the anti- and Mays. fraternity bloc system at the
r against a wall of t h ecourthouse CORE Volunteer in Suwanee
poverty program. across the Dade School Board was predominantly white University County and the vice-presi
Cassel said Wynn would told Wednesday by Supt. Joe of Florida which is
street. dential candidate is one of
work under Richard A. Hall that a committee of the known as the training groundfor
the original I seven Negro
Weatherly, named Executive President Johnson 1 s Southern Association of Colleges Florida politicians."The students who desegregatedthe
Director of the Local Program being Informed on the and Schools,, after Freedom Party wills university.
in December, 1964.A racial situation in Ala- visiting Gables High duringthe ek to replace I such ex- "The platform includes
graduate of Bethune The E.O.P. is operating bama 1964-65 school student politicians
a White House year, reported government full freedom of speech ban
College,the new co-ordinator under a nine month federal source said in Washington. four deficiencies and as George Smathers on university-imposed double
formerly was a teacher with grant of $34,210 to co-ordi- issued the warning. with persons in tune with jeopardy for students arrestedin
the Dade County School nate the local anti-poverty 'The visiting team noted reality and modern needs,"
civil rights activities, recruitment -
System. program provide a unified Dr. Martin Luther King, that overcrowding was the says Judy Benninger, Vice-
He also was a graduate approach and offer new me- along with a larger group, basic i difficulty Twenty- President of Gainesville nondiscriminatory''hb of Negro athletes, .a, "

assistant with the Universityof thods' to solve the problemin was arrested b y Wilson eight classes had too many CORE which along with the of students on and oft,' .mo in&'
Miami and worked as a Dade County. Baker, city public safety students; three teacherswere Student Group for Equal
staff assistant for the Dade W'IUand, his wife Evelyn director for marching ina assigned out of the Rights, help d to form the pus, and recruitment of Negro
high school students bit the
County Urban Renewal and son Dwayne'live at 1352 large formation. Dr. fields for which they hold Party. "Of the five top candidates .
King has vowed t same basis as whites.V9"
Agency. N.W. 41st Street. o re- certificates; spending for three have been- to





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Mt. HirmoH AME Marches From Old to New


) Kin. 21 at 10:4.: ii.m. Following choirs the and recitationthe Sweeting with a generous
11I mJt'I'oI! friends and tion joined in congrega-singing donatioii and a pledge do
nation visitors
ipeciiI quests of Mt. Rev. Sneed's favorite song churches from all
RA1 Hcrmun' AME Church "Amazing Grace." Presiding Elder
Roberts
and
marched) irom the old to Judge Warren
the new church building Rev Sneed delivered avery and his family who sat
Into the beautiful church steering and soul legally on all litigations

across the ,street led l Ip' searching message, taken concerning Mt. Hermon.the building of
their pastor Rev E. P. from the Scripture "Upon
Sneed. Mt. Hermon Is located This Rock I Will Build Today Mount Hermon
In Ft. Lauderdale.As My Church." He stated serves as a beacon of
that "even though we are hope to rally souls
the
..' : marched in congregation In the church, this Is not Christ.. t
the "ohs" and
1 "ahs" were the church. This entire Rose L. Alerrltt, reporter
readily heard
ya and there:1S a warm church is made up of only

.k feeling indicating a re- tangible, material things.
dedication to God singing The, real church is foundin Howard U.
"We Arc Marring to the hearts of men and
.... Zion." women. Here the church Alumni to meet
will stand and the gates
The voices oi the spec- of hell will not prevail The Miami Chapter of
dr ial choir rewarded the against it. He concludedthat Howard University Alumni -
congregation on entering the church was non- Association will meeton
the new edifice, by sing- sectarian ana has butone Tuesday
February 9,
\ In*." "Crown Him Lord of purpose td convert at 6825 N. W 15th Ave.,
All. After prayers by the sinners into discipline for time 8:30: p.m. All
mem-
f assistant pastor, Rev, Albert God.
a bers
: are urged to be
Mays, ., the special Piesent in the congre- sent. pre-
choir sang, Thank You gation was Dr. Harry

I BTW Thespians Present "American Passport",, Jesus.with by" the This their Junior was melodious followed Choir- '


All indications point to a ing three of her ponies in touches on profound ques- This.voices", singing, "What Is HIGH SCHOOL HOME STUDY COURSE

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"American Passport" is pre- Burton takes this role. Play- delightful, heart-warming Little Miss Hankerson U.S. Clerks Office Work
sented at the Booker T. ing opposite him as his laughter and the dry humor recited a very beautiful
Washington High School wife is Patsy Simmons. everyday American life bind and appropriate poem,
Auditorium on Tuesday and Clive Pugh plays the role it together. This will prove written by Mother King According to the release of a local Negro newspaper,70%
Wednesday evening, Feb. of his Leftist son and Clif- entertainment you will re- of the Negro adults are without a high school education,
16 and 17, 8:15 pm. The feen Dyes, the daughter. member. making them fall Into a low paying lob roup.
'. sparkling three-act comedyto Airlene Knight has a splen- This play 4s under the
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""" ''''''' "....>.'__-o:"' !t" .,'.,v. ,""' ''''''''' THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 5, 1965 3

,.Str eats r" Dick Gregory to-1 i Poinsettia Bridge Body O-- -MAn.---- '

Club MeetsThe
Found in CanalThe

jtcitifijd Trim 'for 'Arts Fly in for NAACP Poinsettia Bridge
ii -. .-.n.,... ,.lt&iu&max Club met at the chic homeof body of a man was
found float'ng In Comfort
A staff writer of the Christian Its president, Poinsettia
Science Monitor, in a recent ,
Canal, NW 37th Ave and
issue of that Polite Jan. 8.Pol.nsettla .
journal, stated that Mississippi Valley Big Show 14th St. near LeJeune '
College is typical i of many Negro colleges in the South. Polite was at Golf Course Sunday.
After a description of the campus, the story goes on: her best as hostess of the
"The college is not accredited by the Southern Association Dick Gregory at home in Chicago after strenuous week the evening. Miami Homicide Detec- J
of Colleges I and Schools the regional accrediting spearheading the voter registration campaign in Alabama tive identified the man as ".
agency. Out this is true of m.ny.mall colleges across the took time out and called Miami to donfirm his appearance on. The evening began with Nathaniel Bryant, 46, ad- ..
area. 'and ,educational services are nonetheless noteworthyon on the big benefit show for NAACP according to.recently- such chitter and chatter, dress unknown. An autopsy ,
such campuses.'* elected Miami Branch President Donald Wheeler Jones. the president could not was ordered to determine i
The school wats opened 11 years ago to provide vocational get In time for bridge. So the cause of death.
training for thousands of Negroes living in the delta. Gregory said, "I'll be appearing at the Village Gate in the evening was spent in I'
The report says that, 98 per cent of the students major in New York City the weekend February 28th, which is the awarding and gift giving Senior Center
teacher training, instead. date of your show, and it will be no problem for me to take by this very fine person-
"Nr!:groea want to study arts and 'sciences," explained the non-stop jet out of Kennedy Airport on Sunday morningto ality. Plans LuncheonThe
James II. Brown business manager for the Mississippi Val be at the Miami Beach Auditorium in plenty of time for A plaque was presentedby
ley. "He doesn't want to waste four years in college in TOcational the affair." the president to Poin- Jollivette Plaza
programs when it now can be done in high school." He added "Since I'll be taking that Sunday night off, settia Thelma Outler for Senior Center Member- ..
Most of the 1,600 undergraduates concentrate on eduCA- it will give me the opportunity to catch many of my show her services rendered for ship Association is having"a
tion courses and minor in such subjects as English music, business friends at some of the night spots in the area." two years. After so many luncheon to honor the
social sciences, physical education biology, business' edu- This spelndid gesture on the part of Dick Gregory confirms thank you's and each new officers of the association I
his record of making a personal appearance at any time member wanting to be the at 1 p.m. Friday at
cation."We are just beginning to see the effects of Mississi- anyplace, for free, with a personal. of several thousands next president, another the Center, 6319 NW 24th
ppi's very intensive program of high'school consolidation," of dollars to himself in booking just as l(ng'as his appearance weal surprise was ren- place.
asserts O.P. Lowe executive dean of'the college. "The 'so- is for the cause to which he is so 'dedicated. dered. Martin l Fine chairman
called one-teacher two-teacher Negro schools are almost In addition to Dick Gregory, the. star-studded concert Seventeen beautiful of the board of commissioners -
non-existant today" will be headed op by 'Ed Sullivan and Count Basie. Otherson of Miami Housing
The dean explains that most Negro freshmen now are the confirmed list ,at this writing are: Phyllis Branch, passed poinsettia among aprons us.were These Authority will be the Installing '\
better prepared fot college work than in the 'past, thus bet- Jimmy Holmes, Pearl Williams and Chickie Home. Also the made a beautiful picture officer and main ;
ter able to take advantage of college-level arts and sciences.By following stars will be in the Miami Beach area and who with each member wear- speaker Lucius L. Simon
I consolidating numerous onefootn Negro schools.U>at are expected to accept the invitation to appear are:, Tony ing her apron. will be installed as presi-
used to dot the Mississippi landscape continued Mr. Lowe, Martin &; Cyd Charisse, Jimmy Durante, Joe Williams, Kay dent, Mrs. Claudia Town-
"high schools now have good buildings bus service,lunch and Lionel Hampton. Supper was served and sell, vice; Mrs. Marie
2nd vice Mrs.
Simpson
programs, better libraries, and laboratory facilites." Baseball's first'Negro major-leaguer and a living member everyone seemed recep- Lillie ; and
Since 1954, the article says all high,School teachers of their Hall of Fame, Jackie Robinson, will be on handto tive to a delicious menu of Wllllford Doby, secretary
are'required by the state to meet minimum teacher certification present a trophy to Ed Sullivan for his splendid exampleof fried, chicken and shrimp Young treasur-
standards. This includes having a college degree. Most non-discriminatory use of talented performers on his TV with all the trimmings.Next Father Special Theodore guests will Gibson.be
of Mississippi Valley's 68'teachers have'masters' degrees, weekly. is Feb. 13 at Poin- Haley Sofge, and Reid
and four have doctorates. Remember the date Sunday afternoon Feb. 18 at the siettia .Saunders. Lowe.
While most of the students come from a radius of SO Miami Beach Auditorium. General admission is only $2.75;
reserved seats are $3.75 and $5, and may be ordered by

''' <''' I'<'' '' .<.'> ;r. "",<<",,,,,,,, mail by sending a check or money order together with a )
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: R.gist ir7 Now! of tickets is advised to prevent the disappointment 4 : *
i ) * ., SPEAlER\JUUUS'$' &EETHAN t't<
!, .'!: for NAACP, when the house completely sold out and hundreds -
'i. ,', FOR 'THE?Of ,L' ; :"::j i4!! were turned away. Chairman Natfonet t'.Conference; ( .el Republican. County
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1. miles of the campus, there are 200 from'out-oNstatepie.. !' ." / ""- w,r e. ,''11't/
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ELKS BUS RIDE y dominantly from Tennessee and Louisiana, the report said. i't! ; ,}' l ;, ';rI' o.i't:''\
Mr. Lowe credited the "phenominal growth" to "',e { '
: .-""" crl TO PANAMA CITY greater desire among Negroes to enter college." Friday February 12 7p.lI.DUP .

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Men Women all
ages Seeing is Believing THE LARGEST COLLECTION AND RENTALs.

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me AGENCY IN THE SOUTH; OPERATING IN
; JOBS OPEN J.- Du > always a HON. L. L. BROOKS,

frMad. DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.

x? 2941 NW 47th St., Miami PRESIDENT

100000000000000 GEORGE P. HARTH GENERAL MANAGER
Groctry ChtcktrsCisbiirs
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4' tatkn, elwaffevr. ,.Ire.>rrnraaie "(f Nil- time public relations;; department assist yov In.solving veer problests jV:

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job tral.I.,. Qualifies you in 10 days. Ready for work. 691-1262
t No high school diplo.a req.ir.d. Vandalism don. bjr a few Is expensive to all. PI.as. help us stop this unn.c.ssay.vlt.
C.A. LockhiWt. Public Relatfons Director
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1019 Ha..dvllle, Rd. 3801 Grad Are HI 5-1381

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AMBULANCE CHASINGThe
n
State Attorney's office is conductingan From diapers to diplomas--
J. : Wi investigation against ambulance chasing by children look for
Your to
.. you support and
:; :r--. .-:::_-::_ :::-_ lawyers hunting for Workmen's Compensationcases. education.

H..B. BIGISMUND RERVK8-, BdUor nt hb..er Here is where LIFE INSURANCE can give

GARTH C REEVES, Managing War State Attorney Richard Gerstein said they the help you need.

Member of the National Newspaper, PabUahera Aaaodauoa are also checking backgrounds of people who

SUBSCRIPTION RATER appear to be professional claimants.
ONE YEAR $&OO SIX MONTHS tat00 FORKION 9M9 S E ACENTM
"Ambulance chasing" is the phrase used
\ Entered aa Second Claw Matter Aagnat 0, Itn at the Pod Offlee
at Miami, Florida, vader the act of March 8, Un for the illegal solicitation of business by law- Y
A to S Y AT E
Male Office at 6740 N.W. lath ATenvo-Phoao OX -eat yers. r;
Dowatowa Office 1112 N.W. Srd Avtaae Phoao FR 030i '
Florida's Corporation Act make it punishable TODAY Y ,
i "CREDO OP TilE NEGRO PRESS" by up to a year imprisonment and a fine
Th. NEGRO PRESS: lterea that America cam beet lead MM
world from racial and national ..tap.... when It aeoavda to of $500.
.very mar regardleaa or race, creed or color him haw mtd He will assist you in working our a program
legal righta. BaUD no man/feariac BO man-the Negro.hwatfiv. ooooooooooocoooooooooooooooo
.. to help every man In the firm belief that all men are that will guarantee that your dreams for your
hjirt aa long aa aayone la held back. This Week ii Negro Historyoooooooooooooooooooooooooooo r children will come 'true.

I The CENTRAL offers very attractive Modern

PRAISE BOOTJack Policies, to fit particular needs the
Feb. 1, 1776 George Washington answered your up to

Tanner of Tacoma, Washington, president letter from poetess Phyllis Wheatley.Feb. amount of $50,000.
of the NAACP's northwest region and 2, 1827 Law passed in State of Illinois WHOLE LIFE ENDOWMENT

west coast regional member of the national providing "No Negro or mulatto shall bea EDUCATIONAL

board, wants a change of leadership in the witness in any court against a white MORTGAGE REDEMPTION TERM
National Association for the Advancement of person.
Colored People. For some reason unknown to Feb. 2, 1876 Birth in Atlanta, Ga. of John RETIREMENT HOSPITALIZATIONHEALTH

us he thinks it's time for Roy Wilkins to step Adams Sr., lawyer, minister and Nebraska -

aside for the best interest of the association.Such State Senator from the Omaha 5th AND FAMILY GROUP
District for six terms. PLAN

was his statement at a regional meet- Feb. 2, 1921 Death of Lucian B. Watkins,
ing. Tanner said the organization should be Baltimore poet, often called "the poet Central Life Insurance Co.

more militant by replacing Roy Wilkins, execu- laureate of the New Negro." One of his
tive secretary. poems was entitled "A Message to the Of Florida"THE

"Wilkins elected the President of the Unit- Modern Pharoahs." FRIENDLY COMPANY"

ed States when he declared a moratoriumon Feb. 3, 1938 Gratien Candace becomes first HOME OFFICE TAMPA, FLORIDA
Negro to preside over French Chamberof
demonstrations, he elected Mr. Johnson.He BRANCH OFFICES STATEWIDE
is the most powerful Negro in the country, Deputies.
and I am not excluding Martin Luther King." Feb. 4, 1822 Negroes founded a settlementin wtww
I Liberia. The country was formally de- -
"But the NAACP is losing ground to more clared a republic in 1947.

militant organizations in the civil rights move- Feb. 5, 1934 Hank Aaron, baseball star of iORSHIPWlTH i YOUR FAMILY TklS' SUNDAY
ment," said Tanner. the Milwaukee Braves, was born in Mo- f4 .sue
bile Ala.
Tanner also urged replacing President Ar- ,

thur Spingarn who is now 87 years old. He
wants the board revised when the national PUN PIIUN
convention meets in Denver. To use Tanner's FRIDAY CL. SJmiRBAY]
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prediction, "There will be war in Denver at By Phil Ossofer

the national convention." I see where a young
singer pounded his wayto .
The NAACP has been fortunate in having success with a tune
Arthur Spingarn as its president, and we be- called, "If I Had a Ham-
Since that break he
lieve the organization will be happy to have mer.has nailed down nearly a DISCOUNT STORES I
him serve until he is ready to retire. million dollars (before
federal tacks, I presume.)
Roy Wilkins has done a very good job a* And speaking of tacks (or EDISON CENTER OPA-LOCKA
executive secretary. The NAACP is not basi- is it tax? I've heard a rumor 6301 N.W. 7th Ave. U001 'N.W. 27th Ave.,
cally a militant organization, but founded for of a possible tax on
Thumb
hitchhiking. tax,
the advancement of colored people. It has that Is.Children's. Other stores from Key West to Orlando.
carried out its purpose peacefully and success-
fully through the courts and otherwise. bright sayings

Although Mr. Tanner admits Roy Wilkins our Intrigue ice man me. (The who son always of PLASTIC DISH DRAINER and TRAY

i is the most powerful Negro in the United leaves out office with
"Have an Ice week-end),
States, he would have him removed from the enjoys being weighed.
most powerful organization of its kind in the When near a scale he saysto
United States. Isn't that poor reasoning, Mr. daddy, "Pound me, 20" x 15" drain board
daddy." and 18" x 13VV: dish!
Tanner?
drainer made of sturdy -
When being prepared for
Let us hope Mr. Tanner is wrong and that Uath, one of my daugh- chip proof, un-
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the convention in Denver will be a peacefulone. ters, (at a very young breakable polyethylenein
age would slap her assorted colors.
.. little tummy and say, '-: ,) Drainboard is sloped
POLITICALThe "I'm all bodied up." "y" 't< ; and lipped for quick

Governor Sanchez of draining.
Merchants Credit Bureau has asked Puerto Rico Is concerned
Metro Commissioners to investigate a proposalfor about an increase in fireson
turning over delinquent county hospital sugar plantations. Ap-
accounts to private collection agencies because parently someone Is slow-of
down the process
they could collect the bills more efficiently raising ing cane by razing
and economically. The commissioners asked cane. Perhaps it is the
Manager Hoke Welch to look into the proposal. Commies, wno don't wantan
increase in sweetnessin
Manager Welch has come up with figures the world. '

proving that collections are far better than
I have two brothers,
when collections were made by private agen- both of whom became baldat
cies. a young age. While I
still have a bushy bean, I
He says not only should the county continueto have not attained the financial -
collect these accounts itself but we are status they have
planning to expand the section of the Metro reached, proving to me
...that baldness is a sign of
...Tax collector's office that handles hospital succss. It means you are 15 Diam. Round Plastic DISH PANCushion
collection. coming out on top. Also, it
proves that old axiom
that grass does not growon soft polyethylene -
ON WITH INTERAMA a busy street.
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dishpan won't ; "1
Miamians are pleased to know that the chip, rust or dent. One +
much talked of Interama for this city in North ,piece molded construction -______ '
Dade will become a reality. Job CorpsApplication with all ,
around contoured lip _
Last Friday news was received that the fed for easy handling and f

eral government had guaranteed a $22;000- Cards at JESCAThe lifting. Assorted col- L
000 loan. The Inter-American Cultural and or. '
Trade Center will be a big job in the building Job Corps may be

field and some authorities believe 100,000 em- young the answer people who for wish many to k3S

ployees will be needed. earn while they learn a r
skill. The James E. Scott
The site will be 600 acres east. of U,S. 1 and Community Association. t
south of the 163rd Street Causeway. It will 1133 NW 66th St. has a
supply of Job Applica- '
+ create 54,000 permanent jobs. tions on hand for the con- _
-- venience of young people
Florida's senators and representatives have between the ages of 16

been trying for a long time to get Interama and 21.Office. w7
Is open Monday
going. They no doubt are pleased to see their through Friday 9 a.m. to

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THE MIAMI TIMES, KrioW. February 5. 1965 ._5 1
March of Dimes Martin Memorial quarterly conference was
N held under the dlectlon of
s c
Tea a Big SuccessThe Martin Memorial AME the residing Elder, Rev
Church has had a suc- F. A. Allen.
annual March of cessful beginning: thus far On Sunday, Jan. 2, the
Dimes Tea given by the In the New Year. laymen of our church entertained
National Sorority of Phi New life is being generated the Daymen's
Delta Kappa was a great into the members league of the Miami DIs-
success. through the capable leadership trict At the end of the ,
By now, I'm sure you have opened your thanks to our of our new pastor,'.month the laymen will
door to a Girl Scout working with the annual friends Many and participantson Rev. IcT: H. Johnson. Regular ,meet In West Palm Beach
meetings and services for the South Florida Cbn- BRIGHT ,
"cookie sale; hope you have opened your the program for mak- have been marked with ference of Laymen.Rev. .
pocketbook too. The cookie sale helps financethe ing this worthwhile tea a good attendance. Johnson'asks all
success. It was a rare, educational -
Scout's camp system and to defray other and treasured On January 1//). the first Members -to attend all r
expenses. afternoon with the soft, church services. A ,great NEWFUTURE "
rto2.r:1mha been plan- f .
Dade County Real Estate Board and auxiliary Mrs.well-hioderatod Henry C. McDowell voice of ST. JAMESRev. ned for the year, but Its \At(
presented the Dan Francis' a gift for their success depends
telling of her adventures J. B. Blacknell, pastor upon
outstanding outdoor- decorations during the in Africa and showing the Sunday will be Com- every member.
Christmas holidays.Get beautiful color slides of munion Day. It shouldn't Rev. R. 11.*.Johnson, pas-' I.

well wishes to ,John Pinkney (AzeKna's people.All scenes. of the land and be necessary to remind all tor; Mrs.. N,'Holton= reporter -
members to be out to
husband) who is hospitalized. sorors are urgently break bread together. t
Annie Mae Twine was hostess to the Cwest-
requested to please attend
Stewardess r---
Sunday night i31t
ites evening. The hi-light of the the Soror
on Tuesday next meeting at Board No 2 will havea I
meeting was a movie on Planned Parenthood Leila Williams' home Saturday snack In the parish hall.
shown by Dr. Van Valeck, professor at Miami Feb. 13. These snacks on the first

University. Mrs. Twine's guest Madames Sunday night are well

Miriam Stirrup, Marjorie Wake and Ertha Program on VD worth. Won't the small you help fee charged. them-? t Enjoy the benefits ofa -

Styles, were presented gifts. At Dixie Park better fob .. Now! ;\

Gladys Counts of New York City is visitingin Dixie Park; Auditorium, is On quarterly next Friday conference., Feb. 12 R Are you tired of low ;

Miami as'the house guest of the Albert John- 325 NW 12th St., will he All boards and clubs of menial jobs?
paying
sons. Gladys, sister of Albert, has been away the scene of free movies the church are urged to
Wednesday, Feb. 10 at Rpm make As a graduate of Mldmi
for ten years and Miami has changed quite a a report. Highlighting -
bit since she left. .. shown by Dr. Elgin this conference will Business College you

Usher Board No. 3 of Greater Bethel gavea "Venereal It?" m en,c. Whatis ards be confirmation and Stewardesseswhen of Stew- will take your place as
will he discussed.
post Christmas party on last Saturday night. There will he a questionand these officers will a vital part of the business *

President Florence Washington was presented answer period a n d receive certificates from world. More payl

a "money collar" made up of bills in ap- question; box. Only teenagers the presiding are to elder.be present.All officers More security! More of I
and
ulults111
) he
unselfish services.A .
preciation for her
admitted. moke
the things that
The annual Homecoming
is wished Emma -
Happy February Birthday This Is a )public service, Day will be the 4th Smiling Eddie Lee Pitt- life worth living! Call
Summersette .. Johnnie D. Johnson .. Wilbert
and there. Is no admission Sunday In ths month. All man, popular local businessman and find for
King, Charlton L. Whipple, Keith Lynch, Pa- charge. It is expected that members are warned that is the new own today out
trice Frierson, Dorothy Bryan, Sereeta Turner, a large number oF person* this Is "must day" for er of the Dive-Inn Bar, yourself how you can

John Tellis, Jo Ann Golett, Jack Swiley and will attend. All them class to "come leaders up to will par.be" 091-9131.1772 NW 79th He Invites St. Phone all start training I I for a iCt.

Aaron Robinson Jr.Congratulation. captains. More Informa- his old friends to come career as: Stenographer

(Ito the Joseph Hannas who WIN DESEGREGATIONOF time tion will be given from and Everyone meet welcome new .friends.indf Secretary, Bookkeeper .
to time.
bundle of joy.
are cuddling a pink Accountant

Ernestine Douglas Nassau is in Miami VOCATIONAL SCHOOL Clerk Typist.
visiting the McKenzie and McQueen families.
Invitations are in the mail for the annual Thirteen members of AUTO INSURANCE Civil ServiceTraining

Valentine Fashionette sponsored by Choir No. Gainesville CORE were pre- Check our new, lower rate and easy financing
pared on January 18 to forma
2 of Greater Bethel AME Church on February human chain in front of the IMMEDIATE SKID FILING

14. President is David Ivey.A entrance' to a white junior Brine thin ad to our office and receive a free gift Day or Night

Mrs. Olive B. Taylor high school if the school Classes'
cherry greeting to
D.
board persisted in its refusal Goodman and Son, Inc.
recuperating at her home after a stay in the to admit Negroes to nighttime "Innurance, Real Estate, Mortgage" Special Payment

hospital. vocational classes.But Business member All People Democratic Club ,

Sympathy to Johnnie Lee Johnson in the the action was made 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380: *"",,<-|,['Wo i ?,)1'.i i i T" J
loss of her brother; Dorcia Howell in the loss unnecessary women,when who had four been Negro nmnr 5 : ,

of her sister and to Linton Berrien in the loss turned away a Week before, --- -

of his mother. were admitted without inci MOTORS TRANSMISSIONS

Father John Wynn, Divine Word Missionary dent. CORE Field Secretary; __
Gordon
ordained Feb. 13 in Bay, St. Spiver accompanied OVERHAULED OVERHAULED "
,will be a priest them.The school is only two
Louis, Miss. Father Wynn will offer his first blocks from their homes. The" i50 50
Solemn Mass on Sunday morning, Feb. 21 at all-Negro Lincoln School, to 49 29
Gesu Church. A reception will be held from which they had been directed fin Mrs placement"

two until five p.m. at St. Francis Xavier Audi- is three miles away. hers hItS

torium. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Neal and family N. Messy D.w. All Writ UscMrifrioMlry Guerearmd

have announced these activities. Housekeepers, cooks, FREE TOWING 151.9159 FREE TOWINGLARRY'S
maids, mother's helpers,
Fifty-five years ago on Monday, Feb. 8 the couples, wanted for topnotch GARAGE, Inc.
Boy Scouts organization was chartered in the jobs in New York
7801 N.W. 7th Avenue
United States. We salute you, Boy Scouts! and Connecticut. Trans-'
poration advancedalso
Get well wishes to Deacon Ezekiel Rolle w

convalescing at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. .'
All types domestic and
George Brown, ex-WMBM disc jockey commercial local jobs for t y w =fi
1054)) writes from Chicago to say hello to male and female.

friends here. George says he listens to another Burlang Associates F e ebraEarl's Lore e
ex-Miamian in the Windy City Ed Cook with Employment Agency : K
Station WVON. George's mother, Mrs. Lillian Phone 75T-7674 e

Culbreath still lives here. 502 NW 54th Street
The Miami Chapter of Frontiers International Where old and nw friends meet MIAMIIUSINESS

are planning to bring national president ;4? '
REV. DR. J. LUCY EARL EDWARDS, PROP.
for installation
Marcus Neustadter here cere- OF GREENVILLE, S. C. '
monies Feb. 19.Featuring. Guaranteed success. Have PHONE 799-8422 4498 N.W. 7TH AVE.
loved one strayed COLLEGE
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WC ,, $,, ;,1. .:.-: .' ,' d < unhappy? Do you need
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iJ" ,, ',' ::'f'). money? Are you living under MIS.MUMIAVE..

I, ,:. ':Matinee, :Concert'.. :B. ne'.t.' M. aml..Bran h ,NAACP,' Do yon crossed want conditions peace of? ,Homo Bargain I MIAMI' I, FLA.

mind Do yon want to PHONE 377-0234
IN PERSON. conquer your enemies? If ." ', ": >>!' m 'fd'A
: 569 NW 42HD STREET ,
no make an appointment >, ",',< < l Ji<

withREV. No qualifying, no red tap. Move right in. Lovely 2 bedroom I r--------
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ED SULLIVANTelevision's No charge If I falL For with porch (can be third bedroom) large living root II I

Most Popular PersonalityCOUNT home troubles, love affairs and dining rooM, lovely kitchm. Low down payment, $77 I ul I
and lack, E. Albany, month. j o .
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Hvgt price to people D r: ,
. Heading a ,List of Famous Nome Stars REV. DR. J. LUCY large down payment. $73 p.r Month. : .. 2: .. ..
From Greenville, S. C. E z : : I
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 28th Ifrlp all problems. Many 1128 NW 2STH TERRACE o .". .1
have been able to get .. .' .
from 3:00 to 6:00 P. M. ahead, acquiring homes, Nice CBS completely furnished and newly painted i in and -c: : .. w I

, MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM cam, bank accounts and out. Low down payment, $80 per month. Move right in, no 1 -- .-. w ; F'V .
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worker for an Opa- S KlNMMMIirrtM ass sfnwtrn
firm has turned out I 1t t
; .,. t
an Inventor, but his ...rlrl nlfrt8 M DfTIASTIC81JV .
.y has gotten him COVERS *
ExaosimrHomte pi
with the law.

.f la a device, of Gretehen Wl Mill
box that can be at- (
to ordinary tele-
: and receive calls FornMrlr Gretchen.Nicholas Plastic Corers .... \
r + in the country \
r re said t hat it fools
F"J \: Bell Company J
; that the call I"ehampape
I 3 completed. APPAREL FOR SALE

t.
?. telephone company
1 as trying to taste, beer pocket Come to Grac'*
.. courts to ban any where) you'll find i like-new excluslre dresses.
of the gadget's lulu, skirts, blouses, shoes all origin*!. )1 to $I i
"Great i- ; and to prevent Mink fox and other stoles and fur jacket $S to $10., +
Big Doorstep" its manufacture. Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $8. Pn-a.... \
dresses $1. Men's pure Italian silk .u ta. $3 and $b.
"The Great B J 4 noo" Ing, and Bernard Jack Falk of the Blue serge suits $8. Sports jackets $2. Pants, shoes
Step," a comedy In three who have participated Court Kfjfoif II. Skirts SOc. Also linens, drapes, bedspreads and
acts by Frances Goodrichand plays presented at t h this case was taken other household Hems. New suits $10, pants 2 for
Albert Hackeet has University of to r u 1 e on a $7, evening dresses $2. We cater to the elite. Grace
been selected as the major Drama Festival, the to mitigate until
production by t'h e Speech and Drama Festivals has expired. GRACE'S THRIFT SHOP
North Dade Thespiansthis at Indiana
year. The play suc- will be seen. They is out on $3,000 2512 NE 2nd Ave. FR 1-8372 ,
cessfully produced on also performed In a 20-day period. Open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. .
Broadway by Herman out for Ginger"
Shumlin, will be presented was a major
o n alternate nights: the Thespians Citizens
Monday February 8th and last school term.They
Wednesday, February 10th are the father
But Not at Grand CentraltFurniture
oldest daughter and
at the North Dade High
School Auditorium, Opa- uncle respectively.Other .
{t
Locka. members. of Tues Prices
"The Great Big Door cast Include Sharon Hudson *
Step" tells the story of a who will portray Florida Senior Citi-
Cajun family of eight mother, Eula Mitchell No. 1, in coopera- Going Up and Up!
who find a magnificentdoor Cassandra: Smith who the Greater Miami
step floating down play the part of Evvle.the Lazarus Jewis Wo-
the Mississippi River. second daughter.Phclh Clubs Interracial by Nathan Braverman
They set It up In front of :McPheo and Linda Association of Dade
their poor little shanty, Hatton will play:: Inc., will sponsor a "If you plan to buy furniture I the best furniture values you
and from then on, wit h part of the twins. F tithe Meeting Tues- in January be sure to see the have seen anywhere. W. are
both humor and pathos, line Phillips, Jackie Graham 9, 8 p.m. at Bay- complete stock actually lowering prices!
they try to live up to their and Shirley Coats Auditorium, 499 Bis- oi quality furniture Choose from t wide variety of
great big door step. understudIes Cornell hatton Boulevard. and I styles: Modern French and Italian
The most hilarious will play the part speakers are: buy now at Provincial new Mediterranean
Arthur; the oldest Aronovitz,Vice Mayof Grand Central ,
moment In the play 1 s son.Charles Lean Nelson, na- Early American' and
when the father scratcheshis Hafler will director, Laza- Freight 1636 Danish. Apartment house,coop .
back on the corner of the role of Emma N.W. 7th Ave.," and condominium owners, see
the old house and It falls. Tobin, the Texan; RU"T Women's clubs Beth; says Nathan me-we have terms you're sure J
The cast Includes some landlady will be played Max Congregation Shapiro ; Mrs. Braverman.. .. "Allrumirure to like."
Dade's Mary Gardiner and at this' \
of North mosttalented
' students. Ronald Morris: and Hetty North Polite, Special unusual ware 'The right furniture for the
Harvey Margaret Sweet- and, Jacquelyn Louis Dept., Dade house store is BRAVERMM-I right room,"
; Rev. Theodore R. known says Hazel]Filer
Christ Episcopal of' their unique "that's what
; Morris Rohinsky, freight deals you'll find at
GEM BEEF e n t, Dade County brand n* w furniture Grand Central
of Senior Citizens. from every freight. The selection
Kx
participating on the famous factory of national
22U H.W. 34rfc ST.RETAIL DEPT. areMrs. Marie Bala- can be brand fur
Reed, sing here
bought cheaper niture will
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February ,
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; i 'u,j I Ii I Free Charm Demonstration and Lectu


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: 'The Vogue School of
Vt Charm will give a free Demonstration
.
k.t Your Fashion Store r and Lecture in
the Community Room of the
.t. Roosevelt Savings and

'. i Loan Association, 6015 NW
7th Ave., on Tuesday evening -
t 'W. Feb. 9, at 8 pm.
; Prince Narayan of Bombay -
India and Paris, France
will take as his topic "A
Man Looks at a Woman."
It
DRESSES' Rosette of Cette Rosette
Hairstylists will present a
.M demonstration of "Hair
Styles of Distinction." Miss
SPORTSWEAR Jeanne Lovette, director of
the Vogue School of Charm
'
"
;" will present a lecture and
M demonstration entitled "The rf
ACCESSORIES
Shape of Loveliness."

Three local models, Lynn
Tranchon, Carmeh Dou R
Brechat, and Vivian White, c
At prices you'll love I II will assist in the demonstrations

Ij I and act as hostesses .. NW
j for the evening. All fashions r atlZ
for the evening will be furnished '
<'. ." by Lory's Fashion : j : : :! '
\
JJct ltf/tf; '
fr)1 \
fJ': ; {
< .0-. Shop.Miss Lovette has exten- fI' "" : ,,,, ,
4 : ded an i invitation to all '
those who interested GE
,' are : .
.. : ; .
< '. : ,\ ;;. attending the free lecture ,
'J and demonstration. Refresh-

ments will be served and -.
:
door prizes will be given
during "the evening. Reservations
; maybe made by cal-

: ling, 9493108.

i Aliens MustRegister


,

I
Saturday, January 31, is
the last day for aliens living y
'I in the .United States to report t
'
FASHION their addresses to the ruE DELIVEBT.. DRUG
-
U.S. Immigration and Naturalization
SHOPS .. V-f Service. IPSO JOF IItlll .VBN1TB Harold J Wxtte. Hauler
./.1 ":
: < Stiff penalties are provided :::: e : :: : :::,_: ::: : ::::::::: 2n'CI
c j: ',.':. '.: 1 ,.""t< :: :;;t, :: ; :jt" by the law for those
,y."ld .
,'....", ..' 1. .N', "' "< ,'f,$.P.. < failing to make the annual DaD a 01 DO I DID D,a ,D D D D DO D;0 a a a DO II Ol
.. ; (
.,"..''\... ...." .. <4". ';;' ';;- tL;' report by the deadline.
.. (' \ .- '.. I": ": :<1 Aliens with diplomaticstatus slf People. '
members of certain 'I

6112 NW 7th Aoe. .I and international temporary oiganizations agricultural Places. .

: workers are exempted from
Edison CenterMIAMI I providing this'information.Forms .

for the report are r' .. Things. .
available at all post offices
where they may be filled out By Lawrence B. Cooper i0Oe0Ot
and left to be sent to Wash-
ington. Volumes have been written pro and con

about Sir Winston Spence Churchill, one of

the world's greatest statesmen. And yet after
THE 'TIMES' GOES TO his death volumes upon volumes will again be '

COLLEGE 9 MOS. written. Our scribbings here extolling the great-

Open Evenings to 9 p.m. I ness of this Englishman will have as much impact I
$3.50 as a drop of rain falling on the mighty
.
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Pacific Ocean.If .
,..
.-. .- you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue,
The lady I happy ;6ecouse: | 'it-j Or walk with Kings-nor lose the common touch,

r styled her old dress ond saved h.lIony. If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you,
I If all men count with you, hut none too much:
S J$3J i
w IG : If you can fill the unforgiving minute

For o free estimate on,restyling, | >'
With seconds' worth distance
sixty of run.
alterations tome visit i"e.v\J
,
< Yours is the Earth and everything In it,

And-which is more- you'll be a Man my son!"
ADA LEE'S738NW62NDST.
u Sir Winston (Winnie) Spence Churchill was

754-9941 not born of "royal blood' He was a commoner -,
\ yet he walked with Kings and Queens, Pres-

"' idents, Premiers and the like, all over the
world. And, in the final analysis, he chose to
OPEN SUNDAY 10 TO 5 be funeralized and laid to rest among "the Com

i 100. HUMAN HAIR WIGS CAROLINA MILL{ FABRICS moners." He selected St. Paul's Cathedral
"the church of the people" for funeral services ;

49.9S AND UP All Colors 6127 N.W. 7th AVE. PL 7-8381 and chose a simple gravesite to be buried

alongside his parents.
CHRISTMAS SALE
CASH LAYAWAY FINANCE Churchill could have easily been entombed

Indian BURLAP 39' in Westminister Abbey among some of the
.. CUSTOM MADEDRAPES
WIG STYLING BY EXPERT WIG STYLIST a.M e..m M be-
his
'' '"..* greatest monarchs and statesmen of
Slipcovers priii*< s.u QQ;<. loved England. It was the common man whomhe

UP'HOLSTERKV\' 2! fired with the will to save England and the
UPlnlf
SET,& STYLE $ 5.00 U'MOLl1lU lag. 1t1' KIRSCH free nations while on bended knees- and
54 NYLON
Inunn .... TRAVERSE be
as a commoner he preferred to forever
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i 89'M IVM20" S3.69 among "his people."
Free CleaningDISCOUNT *:Sir DRAPES 45%. 'HO'MSO": $4,89
TO 41"'. $1.19 It took an act of Congress to make Sir Winston
54" PLASTIC 59VPrinted
U, .lIt.', TO 86" $1.79. Churchill an honorary American Citizen,

Slipcovers it, .35',11.KIRCO ECONO Y and if he so desired, he could have been buried

in Arlington Cemetery along with "his"

WIGS INC. BRING THIS AD & GET 5% OFF great war heroes and presidents! nut that's

only an "if". He would have never dreamed of
leaving the soil that he had given his "blood.
,, 5904 NW 7th AVE., MIAMI tUNU'U'U"'uuuu, sweat and tears" for.

A great man has passed this It be
way. may
TELEPHONE 758-7693 THE NAACP NEEDS YOUR MEMBERSHIP
another century, but greater men will come
and go and they will have to be great to

match the greatness of England's greatest !





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., THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, February 5 ,1965 9
:d? J1ILsau.r M_ W Jill !


'SllOPPIRJGUlDE: ;: )I


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Champagne Preview Salon I IOn ,".,1 f ; ,.,,,;

for, Beautu., '< ...","r ,........I U"t.m-t.r.".,"",. ;- -I'.....,_.i\.<-. <<.- : ....."...4"'.' < J ''< t't'

last Friday evening, of the community, and ", .l.w>' : )'' f:
Jan. 29 the magnificentnew more particularly by the ily engaged in the shop .:. \ Clll Irapljtpt
are Dallas, Minerva, Keith .. !
salon .
beauty .
Cette surprisingly large amountof and Jesse. r'y -..,... r
Rosette Hairstylists was business done duringthe ,bi's"j; ; ,, : -"" -" "s '- ''' .# "
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:: ) : ( \M' "''''''''"t '.fit eesaoe +-ae.a4'dl : I Ir
at a '
previewed a special invitation first day of operation, Other services include :- only champagneparty being busy all day and manicuring, facials and ,..XP1f.Ji"M.11, ... t/ is held in the shop at the extent of future book; magnificently and Indivi- : ," .,,' ... ,,," (.J,<,.. l > .,; t, ". I Ii
131 NW 7th Ave. ings. ',\. < .i''
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dually styled French hand < : "' 1 ""

fryftyj Beauticians:: "Jo,i-i already->-> -->- busi- made wigs.-------------- :f:44s\;:;, : : >-4:>'' ;: ',' J::. :'I': : ; k',::':
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manager of this glamorous 51" 580 '"' '
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establishment Miss ;, hair Salon : <
Rosette Hazan, acted, as We'" cnl"do 11"ea' (er and c t.aperl'" stylists French Beauty ",::
hostess for the affair \ ban"yos coalFor'q '; l

Approximately 200 invited '<< ,f ree estimate, oit 'Your", 'party')",! I 1:. .in theEdison
guests enjoyed pink I.,
champagne and hors d'- \ N x CALL '7-wv-ww" 'vv : Center area
oeuvres, while admiringthe .- ,:.
adorable pale and Dlhie nd" .Co 'lii E ,
'
shocking pink decor. The ,> 'fl'; ;, \ ( :for ALL of tit
:
'
latest equipment designed caterinu' Service.r
and upholstered speciallyfor ._ ladies
the Cette Rosette Salon ;-Jade's, lovely :
,
blends well with the & > uv. : q, '
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.
f {' < ''{ .l"'r' ) JI<
decor, as do the stunning .
striped tent created as
private wig boutiques.The .

shop is staffed by HAIR STYLISTS- WIGSBOUTIQUE
fully integrated
expert
personnel. Miss Rosette informs Be CharmingPoisedand
us that this is the
j '> "f' :',t :' :
first such integrated beauty MANAGED AND STAFFED .ji
salon in the entire area ?:7:;:;: j, 0 ': ', < s.," ; if; 'lj
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welcoming every woman Beautiful q: BY' 'N ?i
desiring the best and latest i r i
:WELL KNOWN. EXPERTLY TRAINED
in hairstyling and BEAUTYiSPEC1ALISTSipff ._
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wigs. A Lovelier You Guarantees Social SuccessSo .

Miss Rosette is delighted -

by the enthusiastic response 6131 NW 7th Auenwe 7598805AMPLE
from all segments many exciting and worthwhile opportunitiesare Telephone:
now open to today's young woman if she has
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..f>: :: "y" : charm, ability, and desire to further her own am-
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., /'r -rjJ Miami through the facilities of the famed Jeanne
,
Lovette Vogue School of Charm.REGISTER ijL j jriiTr ]tir jC3c jjuuu jLMJJLlJU cjtJCXJClC3r

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Tailored. f Pants a radiant, charming,

FROM, '$14:95$ : l !. glamorous new personality. ; .

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Suits and Sports Coats .

tailored ta::yoor satisfactiaR ,4
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Expert remodeling--. and alterations. e of Discover"know-how.your" GOT THE NEW-CAR FEVER?

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Please send me full Information about:
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10 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 5, 1965 .


., Take' your problems to Church milUons le v th m.fh r.elI





Bishop Hatcher at St. Paul A.M.E. Grace Presbyterian. Missionary' TEMPLE BAPTIST Bishop Smith at

I 6895 N. W. 14th Ave. Society Meets at First Sunday services Matthew Temple
Dream Comes
Ward Chapel Rev W. F; Savoy, pastor will be as usual with the '
New Mt. ZionThe choirs singing jointly. Church
Feb. 21st True Last Sunday morning Baptism has been post-
Societyof 1628
Missionary NW 5th Ave.
... .
was an enjoyable day
,
--- the Miami District met poned until the first Sunday -
t Sunday; morning Feb. with three high-light fea- at Greater New Mt Zion in March. He came, he saw, h e
7, 19G3 St. Paul A.M.E. tures. The Youth were in
Church In Homestead on The Pulpit Aid Board. heard and went on. But
Church Congregation will charge of the Morning January 23. Rev. W. H, Mrs Florence Hepburn, before leaving he left an
march into it's beauttfu( Service; the youh presen- vice i Indelible
Zanders is the pastor president, will spon- impression on all
located'at ted afternoon
new edifice an program Officers for the 1964-65 a tea Sunday, 3:30: at the whom he came'In contact
with the Youth Kendall
and 51st at
NW 19th Ave
; Youth Home and at conference year were home of Mr. and Mrs with. He literally movedIn
Terrace.In ;
evening our adult choir elected They are Mrs. Serena Herman Clark, 1083 NW on the hearts of his

1945 Rev. J. H. Ep presented an outstanding Allen, president; (53rd St. Friends are invited hosts Brother and SisterM.
first
Mrs. J. S. Brown,
Alexander Lucas
person then pastorlng St. musical service, expressing vice president; Mrs. S. A. Jr.
Paul created the idea of a appreciation for receiving Cousin secretary; Mrs.E. Along with other mem- Accompaning the Bishop,
new St. Paul. .Many min- ( the beautiful new O. Saunders treasurer; bers on the sick list and were his wife, Mrs. Ida

isters have passed this robes. Mrs. Ora D. Taylor chap who were able to attend M. Smith Missionary

way since that time and This Sunday morning !is lain; Mrs. Jaleda Waters church services during the Supervisor, their daughter -

made contributions toward Communion Sunday, and and Mrs. J. R. Campbell, past two Sundays were his private secretary,
this effort In 1962 we should be In full attendance program committee; Mrs. Mrs. Frances Monroe and her husband the Rev.
Kev. M. J. Fayson with The Sunday Daisy B. Jackson and A1r's. Blanche Hart, and James T, Goode, and their

his board of trustees went evening service at, 7:30: Mrs. Grant, ways and Charles) Ambrose. Get- children, Chricessa li. and
forward with the plans to will be conducted by the means committee, and well wishes to all the Thomas M. Goode.He .
build but ran Into difficulties United Presbyterian Wo- Mrs. Clementine D. Rah- sick.

for: building on the men, and the theme will ming reporter. -_ E' Z.'s inspected the A.M.
19th St and 4th Ct. property he "Symbols of the Presbyterian The next meeting of the Transfiguration Church all the Church properties
So the present site Faith." Society will be held at way from Pompano
at priceof New Bethel Goulds, on (Episcopal) Beach to Miami and that
purchased a
was Remember: If It is in- March 20. include two lots in Pom-
Bishop Eugene C. Hat $70,000, Fate again 10260 N. W. 19th Ave.
possible for you to cometo The first conference pano Beach, two Churches
cher, Presiding Prelate of struck when Rev. Fayson
Church in the morning in Ft. Lauderdale
branch meeting; will be at two
the L'leventh Episcopal Father E. S. Clark vicar
passed away, bu.t Bishop ,
we expect to see you at St. John In South Miamion lots in Opa Locku, and
District and chairman of
Green under the direction
night. Also we have two
our three
10.Sailers.
April The St. Michael's and properties here
the Board of God directed
Managementof of
Almighty
major study nights: on in Miami
Edward Waters College the path of Rev. T. C. Mondays at 8.00; we studya all Angels Choir announces -

will b e the speaker a t Kelly Jr. then pastoringSt. question on the Bible: ChapelRev. their First' AnnualS On Saturday night, they

greater Ward Cnapel, Sun. Paul A.M.E. Church and also u question o n H J. Benson, pastor l'1cs program of Sacred dined at the home of Mrs.
Music with
Feb. 21 AME church Coconut Grove to St. Paul] Churchmanship. On Flossie Marshall, reporterMrs. solemn evensong Thelma Austin in 0 a
Hallandale morning ser A.M.E. to finish the work. Thursdays at BOO: we are at 7:00: p. m. the Lot-ka, an affair that p
was
vice. Rev G. M. Champion beginning a ten week Cornelia Glenn schedule is as follows:: of the
( pastor Rev Kelly spent most course in which we will made her way to WPB Sunday, February 14 one his visit. highlights of
of his time and efforts toward show films on basic doc Sunday to attend a lay- guest organist, Mr. Charles
Bishop Hatcher, seven- our building program trines of the Christian men meeting representingthe Jones. Sunday Feb- Sunday morning he
ty-third bishop of the having been told by Faith and Presbyterian West Miami District. uary 28th guest choir The preached a dynamic ser-
Church and a native o f he members that the Heritage.We The service was wonderful Allapattah Jr. High school mon at Matthew Templeto

Alabama was trained at property bought was to would like to see throughout the day choir, Mr. William S. an enthulastic audience.

A&T College, Greensboro, build a new St Paul because you at both. But If you with the Crusaders In Johnson director; SundayApril before leaving for Key
North Carolina Daniel charge 4 p.m. at the homeof
; the existing church cannot make lllh, organ recital West
one, we expect where he again
:Mrs Ada Alexander. A
Payne College, Birmingham building on the propertywas to see you at the organist, Mr. Thomas A. preached a stirring ser-
Alabama; and Ed- old, Inconvenient anc other. beautiful: fashion show Thornley, of Philadelphia mon to about six hundred
ward Waters College. Honorary not large enough for the was taking place. The Pa. This will be a paid con- white and colored God's
have been Let us do more than I beautiful clothing were
degrees
community. So In August from Fenster's cert. Adults $1.00 children people
conferred on him by 1001! the old bulling was our part in strengtheningthe Shop on 62nd Street.Clothing $.50; :Maundy Thursday
various of
Shorter-Flipper Curry destroyed and today a aspects our April 15 guest choir The You will find our activi-
College, Morris Brown beautiful new mordern total program at Grace. Ah! such beautiful North Dade Senior High ties each week in the

College, Wilberforce UnI- structure Is there Tabor styles of dresses and two school choir Mrs. Jean Miami Times. A. Lucas,
versity, and Nasson Col- Mt. Baptist piece were modelled. Th Laughlln, director Pleases Jr. chairman Trustee

lege, Bishop Hatcher was The first service is Rev. P. S. Brown, minis. lovely models were keep these dates in mind.! Board.I .
ordained Sunday School Mr. Wes- Muriel and Bernice Ward
an elder in Mt. Dessle Crockett The church is sponsor-
Zion AME Church, Jacksonville tey Brown the Supt. Invites roperterThe Miss Christine Bogan, Ing its first ann u u I Ridgeway Church of
Fla. He was ele- all children and sermon Sundaywas Miss Carolyn Williams, "1"'IIrS'1'A" on Friday and
vated to the episcopacy adults I to come on time delivered by Rev. R. Miss Rhonda Humes, Miss Saturday, February 26-27., God of Prephecy
from the editorship of the 9:30: p.m. J. Cllffin of New Mt. Quida Bridges, Miss Tera There will be food, whatnots
Stewart, Miss Margarett Bishop R. B. Davis, pastor
Southern Christian Re- Olive Baptist Church o f and handwork forsale.
The lla.m. Service will Mullins, the affair was Elder H. L. Cox
corder at the Chicago Ge- Ft. Pierce the messagewas Games will be reportel'Greetings
be conducted the attended and a played -
by pas- delivered with much largely
neral Conference of 1952.
and
beautiful dancing fort h e from the
tor Rev. T. C. Kelly jr. power and Inspiration. program was
Bishop Hatcher has a the P. E. Dr. J. A. Roberts The speaker began his given. This was given for teenagers. An auction will Ridgeway Church the pastor -
distinguished record as a and associate ministers of sermon with a soul stair- the Stewardess Board No. be held on Saturday.To and members are extendIng -

minister. He has served as St Paul. Ing solo; "Nothing Between 1. Mrs. Ada Alexander Annie all of our servicesand a warm invitation -
the program of the World ." Choir No. one was chairman and Mrs. activities the public to you to attend services -
Methodist Conference in Cpnblned chlors and at its utmost along with Gunter, the sponsor of the (Is cordially invited. with us on Sunday.

Oslo, Norway. His episco- ushers will serve. The the ushering b y Ushers fashion show. Come hear our pastor

pal Supervision includedthe membership and public is Board No. 1. :Mrs. Christine Allen i is Mt. Olivette Baptist preach under the annoint-
Fourteenth District, Invited to arrive on time To all parents and still improving; at the liitf of the Holy Ghost.

West Africa; Thirteenth -As Mrs. V. A. Marse a supports You- home of her sister at 2754 1450 N. W. 1 Ct. You are Iso Invited
District and member of the church ber the NW 55th St. Mrs. Millie Rev. I. C. Mlcklns to
Kentucky he
in their dinner sale Saturday with us at C p.m. every
-
Tennessee and pres. of the :Missionary Byers had to make a
; and most recently Society will make a February 6th. For quick trip to Alabama. Preparations( for the biggest Sunday when our young
the Third District people will take
over.
dinners call the church Men's Day ever are
movie the
of entire
West Africa, the Charles service 691-8732. February will be the In full swing. Sunday
Hill Gymnasium of Wil to be shown later. Visit our sick and shut- beginning of a series of February 2119(15( h.1 s THE INCARNATIONThe

berforce University, and With our founders; ins pray for and with services leading up to the been designated Men's Episcopal Church-
numerous churches are dream them. fourth Sunday for our the have
having come true men
have been
men
Dedication ecurednas reorganized -
Organ which
monuments to his forte as
the and membership ; their I
pastor principal
and the officers
following
builder. will be preached by theRev. -
of St. Paul have Mt. Calvary Church Fayson of Mt. Zion speaker, Rev. Lowry of elected and Instituted -

Bishop Hatcher has done a good job and i s Rev. S. Atchison, pastor. In Opa-locka. Don't for Tampa Florida Brother at the 11 o'clock ser
come to Florida already greatly: 1 (Indebted to t h e Constance Carter get the sick and shut-ins. Cleveland Sampson chair- vice last: Sunday:
manifesting his great public for the very fine reporterThe If you have child care man, along with hh cochairmen -

works. He has purchasedan support given u s. Much No. 2 Usher Board problems, call Sailer's Brothers John James Matthews, presi
Eleventh Episcopal Re- credit also Is given to the will have Rev. J. W. Macon Chapel Kindergarten at Tucker and Bruce Williams dent; W. T. Jenkins, vice;

sidenct, In the name of valiant men and women and his congregation 033-3832; Mrs. FInchJackson promises to raise Fills Adderlv, secretary;
of the trustees of the of St. Paul who over the in behalf of their anniversary supervisor will I the highest amount ever T. Oscar Johnson assistant -
Eleventh Episcopal Dis pass 19 years have served Tuesday, February pick up and deliver In the history of Mt. : Felix Johnson trei-

trict. Bishop has also set as chairman of men and 9. at 7:30: p.m. You Olivette. We have great surer; Alfred Wetot
up plans for a new Lay- women day because certainly are Invited to attend thl i 3IT C\R lInJPT faith In Bro. Sampson for parliamentarian.The .
service, as well as any he has
men's Auditorium and CI- these days have service at Mt Calvary. Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastorSis. of a previous record Episcopal Churchwomen :! -
been a great factor in raising the
tizens' Gymnasium, a t our Visitors are always welcome L. McGriff, reporterOn amount highest at the 11 a.m. ser-
accomplishment and on Men's
Edward Waters College, to Into this house of Day so vice presented the church
our pastor Rev, he's out to break hls'own
Kelly the Sunday
Jacksonville, Florida, our Lord. W e encourage/ morning a check for $::)00. Mrs
:architect and builder of Rev. H. W Wright from record.
which will
seat 2,500 at a you to worship the Louise Bradley made the
cost of $250,000. the church who has proven Father, Honor the Son Hollywood delivered the
The and 1''atherWilliams
to be the great Mose:- and allow the Holy Spiritto message; saying to us, "Sir various captainsand presentation
Macedonia of his day.Sunday fill your heart with we would see Jesus." their groups are busy thanked the wo-
abundant love.ANTIOCH The junior members have men for the work they are
March 14, 1965 The evening messagewas been selected to work 1 in doing at the Church of I
3165 NW 56th Street Bishop E. C. Hatcher will BAPTSIT delivered by the RevJ. two groups for the first the Incarnation. 1

Rev. R. Jackson pastor dedicate the church-See E. Brown, pastor of time. These groups will

W. J. Beard, reporter vnu Sunday at New St. Rev. 0. W. Foster, pastor Mt.In Pilgrim Baptist Church he headed by Wallace Galilean
Albany, Ga. and the
,
Paul. Willie Powell, reporter Miller, and Danny Wil
the pastor of Zother Church
Women'sHour
During )lams The first Shepherd at
In the Minsters and Rev. T. C. Kelly, pastor. May we continue to visit in Georgia. He was telling these effort of
Deacons' Union at Day -- the sick and shut-ins. us about the Initial eter sale which groups will be a pie St. Agnes

Spring on last Saturday Zion HopeE. The Junior ushers will! nal Christ. the will be held at Mr
night the church o n Saturday, Stephen Haboush,
pastor preachedout Talent Tea the
of his soul. Jackson, reporter second sponsor a Sunday and are The No. 1 and 2 choirs February 6. 1905 from 11 the Gilllean Shepherd,
sang out of their souls. with his 1
a.m. price $1.00. Travelouge on
asking that all senior sing-
We are making( plans to Church services were ing give two At 3 p. m. the Benefit the Holyland Is coming ito
he hosts to the Seaboard spiritually high all day selections groups Sunday School Club had its anniversary On Sunday afternoon St. Agnes Church on

Baptist Association of last Sunday. Rev. Andrew at 9:30: a.m. BTU 5 p.m. which was a success. February 14, 19G5 at 4 Sunday, February 7th at t

South Florida which will Jackson delivered themorning The members invite you The president and o'clock, this same group 7:30: p.m. the public is invited a
be held at Macedonia Feb. and evening to come and help celebrate members extend their will sponsor a Musical 1 !. Come, see and hear t
11-14. Won't you Join U$? messages. The pastor Is our beloved pastor's many thanks to Sis. Car- Tea In the Dining-Room him. Admission free,
Worship with us Sun- urging all members and 28th anniversary of the church. This ,
line pro
iron-8.rg1d,1
Sis. officeRUPTURE
Frances White Treatise./
day, we'll love to have visiting friends to please Sunday evening at 3 Sister Lena Robinson mises to be an elegant af 1

you. attend prayer meeting on o'clock will conclude this New Providence, Sister of S. fair. Please give us your PILESRectal

Tuesday night.Please service with the anniver Bennifield of Mt. Calvary, cooperation. D....M VaricoM Vttmt, J
don't forget to sary sermon by Rev and Sister Annie Prattle No lost time -
1 DAYS FROM CHURCH pray for the sick and bereaved Rogers of South Miami., Wrightof You are always wel! Dtecanl Trm Upo. Correct** t
families. Your nresence will be ac Mt. Pleasant in Opa- come W lUptire low cost.
MAKES ONE WEAK. Rev Paul Freeman, pastor cepted. locka DR. LONG'S CLINIC
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dise Club. W. C.
Baker. Donation 125. 1
lames fiee.
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:::.... .:ji :... I!' (p1 StaLight Lodge No.
ri}}}}:':} r 512 meets Friday night,
5 l'eb. 5 at 8 o'clock at the
'tncter L Masonic Hall on Pembroke SOMEONE I I
L Road. Clarence
'- -'Dy Walter Bows :
Johnson, W.M; E.K.lIar-
r The South Broward meeting will be at the (I Iy, secretary.The .
Bjr ALBERT W. (OOKE Post No. 8195 VFW will new location, 4816 Pembroke SPECIAL
hold its last meeting at ) Road, formerly the Star Light Com
A LETTER TO COUSIN Bowe'i Modernistic Bar Haven Club, two blocks mandery No. :38, Knlgmlemplais
ber Shop Sunday, Feb. 7 west of Bowe's BarberShop will Hold its
Dear Cousin : at 5:30 p.m. All members, regular meeting on t 'h e I
please be present. Next second: Sunday of Febru
Our Father is God, therefore, our inheritance Our first meeting will ary. All members, please
is from God, JAil( Good) be held there Feb. 21 at !I.I' present at the Masonic -

If there is anything in our lives less than RecreationCenter 5JO meeting: p.m.Feb.So come 7. Membership to this- jbediah Hall on Ferguson Pcmbtoke, ltd.E. .. .

good, it is not of God Cousin, this is the first drive is still on. Wilbur Commander;' E. K. Hardy, Naght..oJ. graduate'....d.p.ct.U.k
truth we must embrace to he set free ; in John AtliitilsAdult C. Jenkins, post com- aeci'etary. | lit tfcacar t

8:32 we read, "And we shall krow the truth mander.'ilie 'of .... sick .f' ''..'

and the truth shall make YOU free." Every soul Basketball: With Bejuticians' Guildof John H. Bo\ve, son of agd.... and.tb. h.lpt:**
that is set free the Mr. and Mis. Walter Boweceieurateii .. .... .aiuf !
by truth is the spirit of God all teams having playedsix West Hollywood will Ev. day' o* .1
coming into expression. In John 16:13 it is games it's still a 3waytie hold its annual dance and : his 12th birthday qualified pr onnl to'pr
his home in Carver
thusly stated, "Howbeit for first place with the tushion show at form this v.tuab.4rvic.
when he the spiritof Monday evening Ranches Jan. 2i).
truth is come, he will guide you into all Royals; Bachelors all winning and 5 and theapOIiers Feb. 8 at the Para- grows ,gr.atr' onJ .. I
Nlfltttlngal' C. train
U0
truth. l losing 1.Frank. .. J
and qvohfi..* you to Join I
You know cousin. we must not Rolle is now <
try to hang TNaOUGN tf* many other on to this .truth an being uniquely ours: Even leading with \1: (>in points the followed scoring / TDNIGNT gradual that. or* parriow. ;

.though we realize deep down within us how by Joe Smith 120, Thomas QED, F Eg, 10 :minI tit,* such n oiu'.d j js.rvic.
precious and undescribably wonderful it is. Uroxvn 118, Jack Swilley *. A* a H1QhtipgeI.raduat. .\ I
Still we must not and cannot be so selfish, lOU, Talmadge Fair 77, you .can jchoo*. ,
in attitude to exclude aid Griffin 89, Wallace Job ... hour ,<, *I
our
as our fellow brethren your your II 1
l'I'iHlcas 80, George Webbs I F- : :
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from sharing in omnipresent truth, what yi, Albeit Sands and Don11011 O".r Ih* urns you want to work:
ever our material, unspiritual reasons may be. Ij;:ny 79. ... Yew can *noy, th.J 1 t

Cousin, can we claim or exclaim to another, Last week results: The ItnowUdga thai you -ore
"my idea of God Is the only right one" or Mustangs won Uy forfeit doing a valuoof(.. Job. Th. !
over the Itudgicis and
"You worship God with my group or you are the Hailers defeated the !Y

damned ?" ..latadois 101 to 9U led by time: Call for" an appoint

"No," Cuz, "a thousand times no!" God has Donald The after Griffin school 89, Wallace league, went today. and find nut':

made each of his children unique individuals, 7th grade division, Mrs, ...IS "JEWSCOUUTRV" how very *a s y It I I. to
divine creations with the right of free choice. Young is leading the Na- t qualify for this vaiuabl
When that choice is made under the guidance tional League with a 8-0 ( :, training Special' ,hour or
of the ecord and Mrs. Allen is > 'N LORD ranged. for mother Day
Spirit of God, he awakens to the truth t *
leading the American witha
HELP TH I night classes. Women
that sets him individually free, he knows whatit 7-0 itcord. The 8th REVENOOR or ,
means to be a child of God. Grade League, Mr. Rob t, up .to 45 eligible. No high'
At last he stands upon his feet, erect his inson, is leading the Na- THET school diploma necessary.
head held high he looks tional with a 7-1 and Mr. COMES ,Low, tuition.. __ palrrrwnts..,
up For his redemption Thorton is leading the I ROUND
no longer draws nigh He i is redeemed.He American with 61. The r.ho'T',",;",,,
is a son of the living God co-heir with 9th grade is tied with Mr C

Jesus the Christ a member of the royal T.Forbes Anderson with and 7-2 records.Mrs. P. hi d S P reaper t <: ,

household of Faith Yes, now he knows, all, L
March Gth There will rho
yes all that the Father has is his. The horn of be an adult- basketball ddrnak; o _

plenty is full, no good thing that he desires louinaincnt. For information ttkk r yCDM; !
will be withheld from him. contact Mr. Cambridge -
after 3:30: at er 1TM s1114'NGAUC'bW
He p.m. -
prays with full knowledge that the answer NA 1-1291. (IEETAR picg'N
to his prayer is in the prayer, and he The Girls Basketball
thanks God for the manifestation is certain League own| tonight witha Starring-JEFFERY ALIEN
smash. Over 200 specta- CHUCK SCOTT.ADAM SORG
sure.He knows that we go not to God through: lOa s and platers watchedthe -Introducing- (

death but through life that he is one with the the Streamliners Silhouettes by wallop a BONNIE HINSON'CARMEN SOUR a yI

Father in the eternal now. sore of 12 to 11. The second ..
That if so-called sin, disease and death were half of the twin bill r ''tp :
of was wun by the Soul Sisters PLUS CO-HIT 8:45 UZTReg
God, then Jesus spent his life dishonoringthe over the Skills by 62- ;
father. Every funeral train he disrupted, 20. MlTCHUMUerh k

every disease he healed, every leper he cleansed High scorers for the Ad-. AM :
would have been in direct opposition to winning Streamliners were :
Jehovah God, but the truth that has set us free Catherine King with 21 COME EARLY ,
points and Annie Hines
has revealed the glory of God manifested with 10. In aJosing effort OPEN AT 6 PMLucy's
u.
through Jesus the Christ.A Connie Franklin was high
stated in Matt. 4 :16 "The people that SLorei for the Silhouetteswith
vat in darkness saw a great livrht and to them 9 points.
that sat in the region and shadow of death, Earline Jones scored 10

to them did light spring up." :Soul)points: Sisters while leading to victory the Coin Wash

Well Cuz, hope you have erjoyed my long over the Skirts, followed .
overdue letter and please give my love and by Sadie Norris with six ,
best regards to the folks everywhere. Please points. Juanita Lucky led 18 MINUTE CYCLE ". "yj'>",,.,,! 4 j
the losers with 10 points. ; ';
tell them God is not dead nor had a birthday.For The Girls will try their Fastest, Cleanest, Lowest Drying costs -Nig tlaleCollege < .
did not Jesus the Christ say, (John 8:56- luck on the hardwood
BRAND NEW YOU'LL LOVE IT
58)) "Your father Abraham rejoiced to see my again Monday, Feb. 8,
day: and he saw it and was glad." When the wren the Jolly Jivers takeon Always attended for cleanliness and serviceMOl

Jews retorted you are not fifty, hast thou seen Soul the Sisters Upsetters will play and the the
Abraham?" Jesus said unto them," Verily :bilvehoueite:; ', NW III S. MIAMI' AVE.
17.lh AveConsolidate
verily I say unto you,. before Abraham was I MIAMI, FLA.
am." MRS. IZONA HEP
3055 NW 41th St., PHONE 117-029
Bye now, Your Skin Cousin BURN .
died Jan. 2. Services Sat-
Herman Black urday 4 p.m. at Christian -
Mr*. R.W. Hoaugabook

will lien Community Temple Survivors Rev. ? < R.H.,. Director,. ," .
two brothers. He Wilson officiating. .. "
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ALBERT repose Friday 2pm are husband, two sons ;

MRS. BERTHA LEE Infant Jeffery Tyson one brother. .1 'Yoal' Debts I 1 I io

CARTER, 1034 NW 1st Black, 1831 All Batfa Ave RICHARD VIRGIL, 155 II
place, died Jan. 26. Ser- died Jan. 29. Arrange- NW 16th St., died Jan, '
I
vices Saturday 4 p.m. at ments are incomplete. 26. Arrangements are Incomplete I Dial Now for Money I

New Church Providence Rev. C. J.Baptist Bur- i in 1 HourWI I II Ij


| ney and, two a officiating.nephew.sisters, Survivorsare an uncle BE A NURSE'S AIDE j '. 9-OO77 : ,I ..: I II II II I


ROBERT CROSS, 123 SMALL PAYMENTS:
NW 1st court, died at his THE IDEAL SCHOOL FOR ,
'home Jan. 23. He waN $ 1,000 ............... $ 20 Month I I

Wadley shipped, Ga.Wednesday for final rites to TRAINING NURSES' AIDES i $ 2,000............... $ 30 Month I I

and burial Survivors are $ 10,000 ............... $ 100 Month I
2380 W. FLA1GLER STREETCall
two sisters and a brother. I

KING BERNARD ALA- LOANS ON VACANT LOTS OR ACREAGE I

WAY, 1945 NW 6th Ave. for information 226-7403 or 443.9741 1st and _2nd Mortgages I
died *at his home on I
|Jan. 29. Services Saturday New classes begin Mon. & Thurs., Feb. 9-11 R.I. Baron Mortgages I ; j i
12 p.m. at Mt. Calvary Baptist I
Morning classes 9 a.m. 12 p.m. z 0 f
Church, Rev. AtchJn- Avenue
Evening classes 7-10 p.m. 14535 N.E. 5th I
son officiating. Survivors Broker I
iare wife, Zella M., o n e h Mortgage
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday February 5, 1965

CARD OF THANKS RANGE FRANCIS .

1 We the family of the MRS. CARRIE MACON, BENJAMIN COBBS of
late of 4331 N. W. 11th Place 21850 SW 118th Ave. in
CARDS MEMt1RtAS DEATNS died at her home Jan. 24 Goulds, died Jan. 30. Ser-

1965. She is survived by vices Saturday, 4 p.m. at
two daughters; Mrs. Morning Star Baptist
..-- Ethura Newsome and Mrs. Church in Princeton with
{ Nellie Kirkland; 12 grand- Rev. W. H. Faison officia-

IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM children children;; other 13 great-grand relativesand ting. Remains will reposein
the chapel beginning at
In memory of our dear In loving memory o f In memory of our dear friends. Funeral ser- 5 p.m. Friday until 8 a.m.
and brother mother mother vices were held SaturdayJan.
son our darling Saturday. Following the
30 1965 3:30 m.
REBECCA TINKERwho p.
I LEONARD WILSON from New Mt. Morlah services the body will be

who departed this life departed Feb. 4, 1943, Baptist Church. shipped to Blackshear, Ga.

Jan. 4, 1962. As he rests in W e.rs who's memory still lingersin for Burial.: Survivors include -
his eternal home, sweet are heart, gone but not MRS. EUGENIA SAND- three sisters, Mrs.
i memories of his comfort- forgotten. ERS BARNWELL, of 223 Arnie Simon, Mrs. Elizabeth

.. ing words and deeds still Daughter, Kathleen N.W. 16th Terrace, died at Pugh and Mrs. Sadie
linger withIn our hearts. Tinker; sister, Drucilla Jackson Memorial Hospital Jefferson; a stepdaughterMrs.
., Mrs. Annie M. Wilson Sears, and Tinker's boys Jan. 29, 1965. She 1 s Learnte Brown..

and Family survived by one daughter;
S, v CARD OF THANKSWe Mrs. Bessie Murray; six HOMER L. ROLLE of

grandchildren; 1 brother; 352 NW llth St.,. apt. 12,
IN MEMORIAM the family of the rxr 3 sisters; other relativesand died Jan. 30. Services

In loving memory of i late friends. Funeral ser- Saturday 1 p.m. at a placeto
our dear mother, t vices were held Wed- be announced. Remains
,".,'q'r-"<< iI ,. x ,r nesday Feb. 3, 1965 3:30 will repose 'in the chapel
f .,'J tl I '' '. : LEROY WRIGHTwho p.m. from Ebenezer Me- 2 p.m. Friday. Survivors
<'<''e. :* Q.; ', .,;'.. irk. : eW, thodist Church, Rev. A. include his wife, Susana;
I L "" ;.... f.1j...'.:,,'t' ."' 1 'tJ I passed on January 24 D. Hall, officiating. three daughters. Cynthia,
and was laid to rest Jan.
Sintha and Claudia Rolle
,
MRS. CALCIE OULMERwho 28 wish to extend our sincere GEORGE PRATT, of a step-son, Kenneth
s h thanks to our many 1873 NW 61th Street passed -
x left us Feburary 3rd, Grant, step-father. Wal-
friends and neighbors for away at South Florida lace
Farrington Sr. three
1919. your calls, visits, cards, State Hospital Jan. 30, sisters, Mesdames Leona
Day by day the voice floral pieces, telegrams, 1065.! He is survived b y Ritchie, Jeann Rutherfordand
saith come enter thine food and all other kind his widow Mrs. Virginia Miss Rachel Rolle

!.. eternal home. Asking not gestures that were rendered Pratt: 1 daughter Miss three brothers, Wallace;

if we can spare, Marguritta Pratt; two Farrington Jr., Samuel
brothers Thomas nnd John
We also wish to thank and Eugene Rolle.
This dear soul it summon
Pratt; 1 sister Mrs. Sarah
the
there. Jackson Memorial and
Armbrister other relat-
Kendall hospitals for their ; SHARON LENETTE
ives and friends. Funeral
Leaves to mourn:
courteous service, the WILCOX, daughter of
Mrs. Zillie Jones and services are to he held
Tropix Togs and Co. Mrs. Earline Wilcox was
Mrs. Ella Hobbs, daugh- workers, the members of Saturday Feb.: 6, 1965 10:00: DOA at Jackson Hospital
ters, Edward Daniels, Mt. Sinai Baptist Church a.m. a t Holy Redeemer Jan. 29. Services held
Catholic Church Father
son five grand children and all others who helpedto Feb. 1 in the chapel.
eight great grands, five strengthen us in our Kiernan, officiating.

1t.. sisters, three brothers. hours of bereavement.We .
GEORGE SAWYER the
HANKER .
DEACON are especially grate- 6-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs Isabelle Lambert CARD OF THANKSThe WALTER E. BROOKS ful to Mrs. A. Range and Mrs. Leonard Sawyer of JOHN HARPER of 1441

who departed this life this life the entire staff of Range W. Nth Street Hialeah died
family of the late who departed on pas-e(1
Fel). 2nd 1965. Funeral arrangements -
January 29, 1962. January 17, 1CG5 and was Funeral Home.
Jan. 28 1965. He is survI- are incom
,
Precious memories: How
laid to rest on January We shall not the plete. He is survived
forget by
ved by his parents, Mrs.
c! sweet they linger 23, 1965, would like to Rev. A. C Mozell for sucha Delia Sawyer, Step- his wife Annie.
Alfred and Hansel
W. take this method to thank
We
consoling message. mother Mrs. Alice Stir-
;
Higgs, sons and the many friends for the say to you, Rev. Mozell, rup; an Aunt Mrs. Nora ERNEST SMITH of

Families condolences, sympathy you have brought to us, Carey; 5 sisters; 0 brothers 3059 Grand Ave. died Jan.
j cards, and service shownus through God, sunshineinto other relatives and 29th 1905 at South Florida
during our period of hearts and home. State
Many ThanksThe our friends. Funeral services Hospital.
bereavement. Special Funeral service will be
family of the late thanks to Rev. E. T. Gra- We say again, thanks to 2.were J965 held 1:00 Tuesday in Feb.the held Thursday a t the
MRS. MINNIE JOHNSON ham and the Mt. Z Ion you all. May God ever ,Memorial: p.m. chapel. The remains will
takes this method of Bapt. Church, Range Fun- bless and keep you is our Range Chapel. be shipped to the Hill

thanking Rev. and Mrs. rJ4 r eral Home, the neighborsof prayer. CHARLES WILLIAMSof Funeral Home Fairmont.
f Thedford Johnson and the 68th Terr, 71st Terr and
N. C. He is survived b y
The 1130 NW Filth St., died
\\ entire membership of St. 1st Pl., Richmond Heights, Family after a short Illness. He his mother Mrs. Maggie
John's the Lillie C. Mrs. Carrie Wright, wife
Church of
Baptist Also many Smith.
Is survived by his wife,
Leroy Wright Jr., son
'' along with numerous Evans faculty and staff
Bennie Lee, a son, his
Deborah A. Wright,
friends ( who and others too numerousto
some are
t daughterMrs. mother, Mrs. Nettie Rob- CARD OF THANKS
life long friends,) for mention. May God granta
inson several sisters and
their many acts of kind- special blessing upon all Lucille Tripp, brothers., Services to We the family of the
sister are
late
ness shown us during the of you. be held In the ,
\Axx aw the Mrs. Mrs. Jessie Reed, aunt chapel JAMES R. FERGUSON
period of her illness and .r-r Humbly, family Saturday at noon.HAYWOO1) ,
later during her passing. Evelina Brooks, wife; who died Jan. 17, 19C5,
JOHN WESLEYwho
MR.
These acts of kindness Mrs. Rena Randolph, CARD OF THANKSThe UATt UR- wish to thank the many

will ever be rememberedby passed to his great reward daughter; Mrs. Annie TON, of 1119 NW 63rd friends for their sympathy
all of us. January 1, wish to Brooks, mother; Mr. family of, the late.CATHERINE St. died Jan. 31. He) is and service shown to us
A very special thanksto express our gratitude to Tommie Pittman. brother t s r" \;;SEa of survived by his wife. during our time of herea-
Mrs. Athalle Range and the many friends and ; Mrs. Annie W. Ross, Rosa! two sisters. Local vement. Thanks to all the
the Range Funeral Home neighbors who were so sister; other relativesand services will be held Feb neighbors: on lath Court
for their kindness and kind in our hour of be- friends 4 at New Hope Baptist and the Pratt Cleaners.
many favors shown reavement by their cards, Church and the remains Special thanks to Bro and
The Family floral pieces and other IN MEMORIAMIn will l Inc shipped to Macon Sister Thomas of the
deeds of kindness. Special Ea Ga. Friday morning: Church of God of Pro-
I IN MEMORIAM thanks to Rev. P. W. Wil- loving memory of phocy ami to Mrs. Sadie
liams, Mrs. W. E. Sims our dear one, MRS. CORNELIUSRAUNDERS : Nairn, also to the House
In loving memory of and daughters and the of 219 NW of Albert Many thanks! to
the late, House of Albert 14th Terrace died Feb. 2, ;all the neighbors In the
MRS EDITH KNOWLES She is survived by a Olla-l.fI'ka| urea.May .
t SANDS The Family friend Mix. Ophelh Sc':a- the Lou| hie-?

who departed from this Estella, wife vella. Arrangements ';>re ('n'rone.: of you.1largaret .

world Feb. 5, 1963. Gone, Edith, daughter Incomplete.MRS. ;\11'1'1. R. Ferguon -
but not forgotten. David, stepson wife Ellen W. Johnson -
ROSA JOHNSON Robert D. Ferguson.
L Sadly The missed Family by IN MEMORIAM of 175. NW OfUh St. died :N'nomi Collie, children
t Jan 31. Rhp I Is survivedby
In loving memory of '1', two brothers Eiltjjir

IN MEMORIAM '----1 I MEADOWSwho and Cornelius Jones; a sons, Elijah and Freddie

In sad but loving mem- I LY WJr :sister-in-law' Mrs. Endear T.(-e: three daughters,
ory of our dear husband, r7-- I departed this life Jones, ;i nle('('. :Muss:= The- Loo; K"s\e\ Mae I Johnson.
January 19 take this method flosfa l Mrs.
Jones.
' father, son, and brother, Services ;>ro Agnes Smart and
I I r to express its grateful to be held. :thll'flaIn, Mrs.! Susie T. Enerhart. a
CLINTON MOBLEY I appreciation to the many I he chapel. :sister Mrs Hester Mc-

who departed this life Feb. f neighbors und friends Queen; two :aunts an:
3, 1962. As he rest in his who were so thoughtful MRS. ROSA LEE uncle: :a i niece; 2 nephews.
eternal home sweet mem- i during our recent bereavement THOMPSON of 13 IS NW 22 grandchildren and greatsrrnndchildren.
ories of his comforting s,YJti n ds Y Your comforting 1st Ave., apt 9 died Felt Arrangements -
words and deeds still words visits kind deeds 2. Slip Is survived' by two are Incomplete.

linger within our hearts. flowers, telegrams and
Ernestine Mobley Cun- cards were very consoling Lillie C. Evans P.T.A. Car Show
ningham, wife; EarnestK We wish to especially "Founder's Day Banqiet"" Comas
Charles L. CynthiaD 1. thank I Kr. Lambert Sands
Dwannill, Donnell, SARAH ROACH rector of St. Agnes Episcopal Friday, February 26, 196$ ToMioKiFeb59For I

Clintonla Mobley, Child- Church, St. Veronl-
ren; Gussie Nelson, who departed this life on ca's Guild. St. Agnes Epis-
mother; Mr. and Mrs. February 3rd, 1963. copal Church, Francis
Roy Mobley Brotherand "For those we love with- Funeral Home. May God the Anniversary of our Departed Loved One

sister-in-law in the veil, continue to bless all you
Who once were comradesof ind keep you in the hol- FRANK STRAUGHTER
ANDREW HOPKINS
| IN MEMORIAM our way, low of His hand.
; who passed away Janu- We thank Thee, Lord, for

\] In sad but loving me- ary 27, 1961. they have won The Meadows-Blatch "Almighty Cod, we remember this day before

[ mory of our dear CALVIN one. God of the living in whose To cloudless Beatrice Styles day." Family Thee !rrl; faithful servant Frank, and we pray Thee
THEOPHILUS
eyesUnveiled and Family that, having opened to him the gates of larger Ufa,
.
ADDERLY SR. thy whole creation
FOR RENT Thou
wilt receive him
I lies, more and more Into Thy joyful
\
who departed this life. All souls are thine; we IN service; that ha may win, with Thee and Thy servants.verywh.r.
February 3, 1952. MEMORIAMIn. Building, Carver Ranches. .
must not .
"When the breath o f say Near shopping schools the aternal victory; through Jesus Christour
That those are dead who ,
loving of Lord. Amen.
life is flown memory
busy thoroughfare Makt
When the must pass away; my dear mother,
grave
claim its own, From this our world of ELIZABETII NEMO offer (From the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer)
flesh set free
Lord of life, be ours Thy We know them living, who dparted this life Feb.
CALL P.
Crown unto thee. 8, 1963. I love her, but JOHNSON Signed: The Slaughter Family
Life for evermore. Jesus loves her best. YU 3-7694
The Adderly Family The Family Elzabeth Mitchell, Dght.



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9 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 5, 1965 13j

FOR SALE FOR RENT



Owner$100 DOWN pays -closing$73 month.costs. beautiful Nice LOVELY for yard couple SMALL,$20 fenced.house per, ire {j

3-bedroom
enclosed porch,
___.....__n _m.nm_. <.i'I1........ dining room, carport, ap week also will larger sell house$100 down.$22. ... ,'" /
pliances. Near bus. Only Don't miss this. : J '" "
NE ,,,,v ."T'tfT"' T :
FOR SALE FOR SALE $10,600 FHA, Call us to 5-5566. m,< ; BI
see. We have f ," Sparkling Ledroccnz2.bo
others. Shell new '3 ,
1 bath ,, r .: "' ;"
3-BEDROOM, 2023 Realty, Broker, 42GO NW BEAUTIFUL furnishedroom f'y d 1i
partly furnished, wall to NO CLOSING NW 43rd COSTS Street 7 Ave. 758-5551. with all adequate fa- ; <. ,t'o: taottc i ng.' ,.k ./:
wall carpeting, no qualifying cilities. f ,/
CBS Private bath, pri- l "
5220 NW 8 Ave. each' side.duplex, 2-bedroom NEW 3-U 'UROOM, 2- vate entrance In private '. OPEN... ..3-B, 'MSUNDAY,
Tile <, <
roof
Open Sunday 1-6 p.m.Fenster' pliances a pbath home. See today. home. Single man > .'. .'-
Realty (Broker) ly painted., large Price yard is, fresh-FHA 1010 NW 57 St. Universal 1444 NW 38th St.preferred Very- <> O <'O 9-8779.
PL valuation $15,700, $600 Real Estate (Broker) nice location.

down and $90 month. J-
Live
INCOME Property. Largelot rent free! Key at L 1 f e .4 BEDROOMS $14 PARTLY furnished 1-
CBS, nice location. Realty Broker 1810 NW 8Uh St. bedroom
4932 NW apt, free gas and
House has 3- drooms, 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open S230 down, nice home for water, 6an NW 24 Ave. EDISON Specials
plus garage, plus rear Sunday and evenings. $9,500 total, $78 month
apartment, 2-foedroom, 2 FHA.! A. Ben-Kori, Real- $20 LARGE
six
bath apt. Good terms.Don't room unfurnished -
FHA AND VA tor, anytime 751-2243.
resale house. 6738 NW
forget to call us on
Like new 3-bedroom, 2 23 place. NE 6-12G6.
this one. It's a real bar- SPOTLESS DOLL HOUSE
hath CBS homes at from
gain. Fenster Realty $100 to $300: down and 230 NW 43rd St. 5-BEDROOM 354 NW NTH TERRACE
PL -8779.. House
(Broker) fully
$250 down
from near bus and '
$f.O
month and up. furnished CBS, kitchen Open 36 Sunday

VA and FHA homes, 3- We have keys at Life schools$9,000 total, 2-bedrooms, FHA. A., fence Ben- and 2 baths, downtown, Lovely duplex ho apt. has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Other
bedroom and 2 bath. Call Realty, Broker, l')32!) NW. off NW 20 St. has
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Kori, Realtor, anytime Reasonable. apt. 2 b.drooss,1 bath, detached garago. $500 down,
for appointment. From 751-2243. Call JE 1-3181 or CA
$100 down and no down evenings and Sundays. 1-4833 for key. FHA terms.

payment on some VA
2050 NW 152nd Terrace DRIVE BY CALL ME
homes. Fenster 331
Realty NW59TH TERRACEOpen
2031 NW 83rd Terr. FOR RENT with optionto
Opa-locka
Broker PL 9-8779.
)
(
NO QUALIFYING. Like $62 month, $250 down buy, large 3-bedroom 3.6 Sunday

FOR THE large, large jalousie new 3-bedroom windows, terrazzo CBS-, Beautiful 1710 NW, $350 83rd down Terr. has home oak at floors 3270 ,NW tHe 52 bath St., 3 bedroom, CBS, f If. i Is.e d home, pies 1 bedroom apt.

family even suitable for floors, modern kitchen. 1490 NW 83rd St. fenced in yard, carport. Garage pies carport, low down payment, no qealif/ing(
two families, 3bedroomand Price is $10,500, $300 down $300 down, 2 baths tHe roof, awnings. Open $12,000 total.
2 bath. Lot size lOOx and $85 month pays all. FHA. terms, Ben-Kori, for inspection Saturdayand
135. A tremendous value. Key at Life Realty Bro- Realtor, anytime 751-2243. Sunday or call HI
Drive by 25 NW 48th St. ker, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 8-1119 for appointment. 339 NW 39TH STREET

then Fenster call for Hearty appointment.Broker.. 9-4371. Open Sunday, !j>2.j() down, $83 month Open 3.6 Sunday

PL 9-8779. 1821 NW 47th Street pays all, $9,000 total, paid YOUNG LADY wishes to Only $250 down, FHA. CBS, large kitchen, dining room,
NO CLOSING COST2- out in 15 years. FHA share apt. with same. carpeting, Blind street. Safe for children. Only $10.500
H34-4689.
INCOME Property!! "A bedrooms, enclosed front terms, 2 bedroom CBS total.
fabulous buy". 5-bedroom, and back porches, sepa- jalousicd porch and car-
2 baths, plus extra housein rate. garage, new roof. porte, nice location. 1-BEDROOM APT, furn., --0--
rear, 1-l/edroom, 1 bath. Appliances, partly furnished G03: NW 43rd: St. large rooms, quiet, no
Both houses completely drapes, wall to wall Open Sunday afternoon children. $18 per week, Drive by the following, then see Edison:
furnished, linens, dishes, carpeting. Price Is $9,500, Fred Scott, Broker 132,1: NW 58 Terr. Phone
etc. Drive by this one. $200 down and $77 month. Phone G88-4855 owner. 5323206.FURNISHED 1 98 NW 52nd STREET Lovely 3 bedroom, CBS

Don't miss it. 112 NW Key at Life Realty, Bro- home, tile roof, detached garage, large corner lot.
47th St. Fenster Realty, ker, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL NO QUALIFYING I Live ROOM, Fenced yard, sprinkler. Oil fur flee.
Broker, PL 9-8770. 9-4371. Open Sunday and rent free. Beautiful corner cooking facilities, 19M
evenings. CBS duplex, 8 NW 57 St. NE 3-0203.:
years
2 1474 NW 83rd TERRACE CBS, tile roof, $250
THESE FHA homes can new. 2-bedroom each side,
he vours if vou can nuali- 1728 NW 43rrt' :arPl>t appliances. $1,500 down, DOWNTOWN 1-bed down, FHA. Only $63.90 per month. Nice and clean.

fy. Only $400 down.. Drive NO QUALIFYINO2. $14,900 total. Shell Realty, room, unfurnished. $10.
by 1730 NW 83rd Terr., bedrooms, enclosed front Broker, 4260 NW 7 Ave. Mickins Rental Agency 3 544 NW 47th STREET 3 bedroom CBS. Screened

1715 NW 83rd St. Call]) porch, appliances. Very 758-5551.! NE 10500.OPAI3CKA! porch, garage, partly furnished f l $11,500, terms.
Fenster Realty, PL 9-8779. good location in Manor,
Park. Price is $8,500, $250 LIVE RENT FREE 7 ARF.2 I 4 495 NW 41st STREET Only $200 down. FHA. A

"WYNNE HOMES" Hur- dawn and $75 month. Life' year new CBS duplex. hodroom house unfurnished "doll" house on corner. Fla. room, fire place, car-
ry! To the greatest opportunity Realty Broker, 4932 NW f Large 2-Uedroom apt., SI 8. Twobedroomhouse and drapes. $10,000 total.
offered by the Ave. PL 9-4371. Open partly furnished and large furnished $25. Mic- peting
area's largest home builders. evenings and Sundays. 1-bedroom apt. completely kins Rental Agency. NE
I Only $495 down! furnished. Convenient 1-OoO.! is'
Brand new 3-bedroom. 2 8220 NW 14th Place location. $450 own, $14,000

44 bath St.homes Call at 541 NW LIKE home.NEW Jalousie 2bedroomCBS win- total FHA. Shell Realty, EFFICIENCY in n i Ice WE ARE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND
quickly! JE Broker, 4260 NW 7 Ave., neighborhood. Phone
1-S902. dows, hardwood floors, 758-5551. SUNDAY
r kitchen cabinets, com- 75WJ977.

ATTENTION] "Wynne pletely redecorated inside
Homes" offers a one mort- and out. This house is like 2 bedroom house, unrurnJshed. :2-BEDROOM: P l' I v a t ('

gage deal bank financed, brand new! Price Is 1072 NW 54th St. home, furnished or Unurnished. f DISD1 REALTY/ Realtors
brand new luxuary type $10,000, $200 down and Near Grandway. Call WI S- f Located at
''homes that have everything $58.25 month. Key at Life 4857 to see. $20 per week. 1813 NW 58th St. For
you are looking for. Realty, Broker, 4932 NW renting apply at 4000 Ni \'\'
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open 5 i Ave.
Open Sun. 2-5 p.m. at i .
736 NW_ 47 Terr. Call Sunday j Kitchen Help HELP WANTED
JE 1-6902. 3710 NW 14th Ave.
BEAUTY Operator for 6-
Wanted
BARGAIN $1,000 below booth salon. FR 4-6728,
"WYNNHOMES" Hurry
FHA price and seller pays between 7 and 11 EXTRA SPECIAL FORD REALTY
To the greatest op- closing costs too! You Ages 18 55 p.m.F12 OFFERS
portunity offered, by the save more than $1,500, 4-
area's largest home builders. bedrooms, 2 baths, Jalou- Full, part.time oreekend. $100 DOWN PAYMENT

Only $495 down! sie windows, awnings, .. Apply at
Brand new, 3-bedrooms. big Florida room, garage, :MUSIC INSTRUCTOR 3511 H.W. 206th StreetA
2 bath homes at 541 NW appliances. Extra large Wolf ie'a Beginners only. Reason-

44th St. Call quickly! JE corner lot, landscaped, 2ht St. & Collins able. PL 8-1925. gorgeous 3 bedroom CBS home in Ideal Areaschools,

1-6902. sprinkler system with : Avenue -CAB DRIVERS. Apply at ,shopping. Stove, sprinkler system, city water and sewers.
and well also
,
1841 NW 81st Terr. own pump Life Indf Society: Cab office, 269
$300 DOWN FHA on lty water. Keys at NW .- NW 21st St.Need $100 DOWN PAYMENT
this freshly decorated Reajty, Broker, 4932
7 Ave. PL 94371.EXCELLENT .
CBS house. Tile roof, oak 3511 N.W. 205th Street
floors. A real bargain. DEAL
Stove included. D. W. 3-Bedroom, 2 bath CBS, Another Ford Realty Beauty. 3 bedroom CBS ho... City

Gurton. Broker, 235-2342, carport, screen porch, water and city sewers.MODERN .
9491781.NO awning shutters, partially
furnished. Also 2-bedroom 0-

CLOSING COSTS 1 bath frame house com-
$400 DOWN $73.70 Mo., pletely furnished and a LIVINGABRANDNEW'SPARKLING
$12,800 FHA. CBS beauty rented on same lot. Rea- New
on two lots. You can't sonable down payment. 1 BOlbe HOME
beat this for space. Nice mortgage. Move right in. "_ FINALLY
AVAILABLE:
Florida room. D. W. Gur- Open Sunday 1-5 p.m. .

n.n ton. ......Broke. I', 235-2342.: 4110 NW 23rd Ave. ,' ,.;,{ ;,....---- 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, carport, in excellent areas
''' ;/1 trH. LOOKING FOR a real <.,""t), '<<",,,,3J, ,,,,' ,,," '"
beauty? Let us show you x''j': ,. J ;..1" '"" j ,' mmmmm 1228 H.W. 42nd Street
NEW 3-BEDROOM. 2 hath this CBS 2-bed- < !:/
gorgeous WKITCHEN >
home. See today, 1010 NW room, huge Florida room, ::5.:f' CABINETS? jf}4 1527 N.W. 40th Street

57th St. Universal Real large dining area, utility :,Q \ CARPORT? GARAGE'J EXCELLENT BANK FINANCING0
Estate, Broker.BY .
room, carport, new appli
; ;
ances. Beautifully land- 'r\; \ NEW FLORIDA ROOM? fi -0 -
OWNER, 2-bedroom scaped. Only $900 down,
house garage, 1 room efficiency $13,500 total. Call us to -:: \ REPAIRS OR ALTERATIONS? : THE RETIREE: THE SINGLE & INDIVIDUAL
with bath, fencedin see. We have many othj .. 'y '
-- : 1987 N.W. 73rd StreetA
yard. Call OX 1-7!)!>3. ers. Shell Realty, Broker, l' ,\
4260 NW 7 Ave. 7585551. : : : > : ,: large bedroom CBS home. Easy terms can be arrangedwith

GENIE HOMES!!! Newly ::1. ,:,, CALL MR., DAVIDOW AT HI 8-1' 1 U9 small down payment.
completed now open 1801 NW 83rd St. : '/ "
for public display "You $400 DOWN, rear, FHA Yk'M :,and a representative, will call on yen -0 -

owe it to yourself if you $13,000, 3-bedroom CBS
are looking for a beautiful corner beauty. Tile roof, NO CHARGE FOR ESTIMATE THE HOUSEYOU WANT IS THE HOUSE WE HAVE.

3-bedroom, 2 bath home carport, sprinkler system, Bank or FHA fl.alele CALL US OR COME IN TO SEE US. WE ARE,
with so many new Ideas- appliances. D. W. Gurton, PLEASED TO
PLEASE. OPEN EVERY DAY AND
To drive Broker 235-2342 919. H old windows and 'fnital-
by these home 17 We specialize In r.avlng
prices!! you'll be sur- jalousie( 'UJow SATURDAY&J5UNDAY ALL DAY.
ling awnIng type or __ __,__ __
prised of the low price. 8800 NW 21 Ave.
1131 NW 75th St. $400 DOWN, $77.86 month

1141 NW 75th St. FHA $13,500. CBS corner, D N CONStI'YCt1oN Co. Ipc.HI FORD REALTYWC. Iroktr
521 NW 46th St. fenced, sprinkler, huge "
"All will be open Sun. Florida room and two 8-1119 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595$ :
from 1-5. Fenster Realty, baths. Immaculate, appli-
Broker, PL 9-8779. ances. D. W. Gurton, Broker. -
235-2342, 049-1784.



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14 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, February 5, 1965

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HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS Appointment of Ruth B. families on Child planning.
Karl as executive directorof The clinic is conducted by
the Planned Parenthood medical doctors and registered -
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pww+ mmwvmmmmwmmmmmmmmmvm --- ------ ----- nurses.Mrs. .
Association of Dade County,
-.D-; Alpha Psi effective Feb. I, was an- Karl served for
I Kappa
'
Founders at St. AugustineTills > 'nounced Saturday by Mrs. eight years as camping coordinator

II. Franklin Williams, presi of the Girl Scout
in Full
week. St. Augustine's Sc. D. degree in engineering SwingThe ... Council of Tropical Florida.

college Raleigh, by the University of Miami Alumni I.tfJ.f : dent.Mrs.. Karl will, in con- Before moving Miami, she

I North Carolina celebratesUs Chicago College of Medi Chapter of Kappa Alpha junction with the associa- was an executive of the-Minnesota -

. Wih Annual Founders cine. Psi met at the palatial :....... .,. tions's board of directors Heart Associationand
home of Brother and Mrs. of'the Minnesota Mental
\ Day On Tuesday at 11:30: supervise an intensive edu-
,,o a.m. at. the Regular College The llev. Tollie L.: Caution .I Kennedy Mumford. The cation and information, pro Health Association.A .
assembly several 1>. D. Associate Secretary meeting was well attended gram on family planning in graduate of Macalester

I noted clergymen educators of the Home Department and the brothers con- the Greater Miami area. College of St. Paul Minn.

. and community leaders of the National tinued to show the spiritto The association operatesa Mrs. Karl holds a degree in
' l partloijiated. Council ot the Episcopal make this n memorableyear. clinic i I at the Markowitz biology. She has two married

\, Church will deliver the Center, 6241 NW 17th Ave., children and three grand-

Among r i>eukers art Founder's Day Sermon. The brothers of the ",., .. three days a week to counsel children.
Howard Sneshen. Alumni 0.'. Caution tecelved his Miami Alumni Chapterare "With a qualified executive

Editor, Duke Universityat U.S. degree from Lincoln now engaged in an all Denise Burnside, a student director we now planto
Durham; Ellis B. Johnson University, M.A. degree out effort to make their leader in Brownsville THE 'TIMES' GOES TO affiliate formally with the

M. D., a graduate of from the University of Sweetheart Ball of 1965 a Junior High School has received Planned Parenthood Federation -
St. Augustine and the Pennsylvania and Batchelor magnificent affair. a merit award from the COLLEGEliDS.. of America, national
University o f Chicago of Sacred Theology Dairy Council of South Flori- organization in the field."
the : the
College of Medicine, and from Pennsylvania 1 Divinity 1. During meeting da. $3.50 Mrs. Williams said.
brothers took time out of
daughter of Mrs.
School. The
Dr. Benjamin F. Cameron their business schedule to
who has from the Alice Matthews 3291 N.W. .
degrees reminisce over achievements -------- -- --- ---- --------------------
University of the South There are many graduates 52nd St., she is member of
of Psi
Kappa Alpha
Sewanee Tennessee; M. S., o f this church by singing some of the Student Council, a Girl Scout, APPLIED CHRSTIANITY SPIRITUAL TEMPLES, INC.

degree in Engineering and school In Miami.JESCA great songs of the organi- a Y-Teen chosen for the teen Presents

zation. leadership program and be- The Man of Deliverance Iron Coast to Coast
longs to Ballet Club. A re-
Northwestern High ponsible young person she RT. POPE W. SIMES
Offers
*' Tickets are on sale for Baptist Ministers!r Iocs much of the housekeeping Whatever your problem nay H, through the power of Cod

the annual Musical Extravaganza Arts And Crafts Council The at home.Dairy Council has a aid your faith, it COM be solved.
which
Northwestern featuresthe Band Classes continuing program to honor HOLDING SERVICES NIGHTLY 8 p.*.

and Chorus In recital. meritorious young people in FEB. 8 (14 AT 534 NW8TH STREET
Door prizes will be For adults interested In The Baptist Ministers'Council Dade County.

awarded to lucky personson Arts and Crafts the James: at Its weekly Spiritual advice dally 10 am to Noon 3 pm to 7 pm
11 E. Scott Community Association meeting at the St. Luke of GamesThe
Thursday, Feburary Night
At 551 N.W. 12th Street. Information Phone FR 4-4626
Baptist Church 1790 NW
is ,
1965, the top prize beinga : offering an
trip to Nassau. The cost opportunity to join Its 55th St. Jan. 27, electedthe Northwest Center

of the tickets is $1.00 each; Ans and Crafts classes following officers for YWCA area committee is [ juLmmmmmjumj
the affair i s the annual beginning Feb. 9 in the the year: sponsoring a "Night of

PTA fund raising event. Senior Citizens room at Rev. Thedford Johnson, Games," on Friday, Feb.
the Liberty Square 'Houin !;- president; Rev. C. J. Bur- 26, 1965, at 8:00: p.m. in
Field trips to the Miami Project 300 NW lath ney, first vice; Rev. J. E. the Recreation: Buildingin ATTENTIONFacing

Seaquarium Vizcaya, and Ave. Jenkins, second vice; Rev ( the rear) 5100 N. W.
to "My Fair Lady" were W. Mundy, chaplain; Rev.
21 Ave.
made this week by stu- Under the direction of Turner, assistant chaplain; difficulty, bad luck, evil conditions?

dents In Biology, Foreign Mrs! Elizabeth E. Curtis,, Rev. P. W. Williams, All types of games will Seeking success and peace of mind? Consult
Language, and English you will be fascinatedwith Bible expositor; Rev. F. L. b e played, including
classes in connection with your hidden talentsas Smith, assistant: Rev. K. bridge, whist, canasta and Bishop Virdue. For appointment call: 377.1396

various units of study. you learn to design E. Rogers, Rev. T. R. Hfer- etc. 1815 N.W. 1st Ct. Miami Florida
and make and other ,
< rugs rison, hospital chaplain; Worthwhile prizes will
The Basketball Bulls of lovely things for your Rev. W. J. Macon, secre- bo given. Come out for an Message meetings and prayers for the sick.

Miami Northwestern cap- home. tary; Rev. L. R. Ross, assistant evening of fun.Don't Each night 8 p.m.DONATIONS.
tured their sixth victoryof ; Rev. Harold
If church club the YWCA
your or forget
the when Brown, public relations ONLY
season they
Is planning a tea you chairman. sewing class, each Wed-
defeated the Roosevelt
would delight your guests night at the above
Blue Devils of West Palm Council nesday .. .._ -
the a.
with unique creations for Visiting address, from 7 to 9 p.m. "" -- -
Beach 72-71 In theschool' the tea tables.Registration. Wednesday were Dr. VIc- "Learn to sew while --- ..
you "
gym on January tor Glass a representativeof
SHOWERS
OF BLESSINGS ARE
dress. FALLING FOR
30. from 3 to the Southern Baptist earn a

t Chico Gilbert's lay up (> p.m. beginning Fell 2. Convention, and the' Rev.N. Miss Virginia Maurelli, THOUSANDS DAY BY DAY WHY NOT YOU?
Lemmle!
chair. Mrs.
'/ with 51 seconds remaining Call PL iM791 for further A. Watson. The Rev..1.Toles .
gave the Bulls the Information. was speaker of the Mitchell, Area Committee Stop crying over sickness and financial conditions. God
victory. Willie C. Rod- chairman.
gers, the Bulls leading day.E.. is blessing now. Try God and his prophet. Bible verse
Painting Class A. Evans, who rep-
scorer, was held to seven resents the President's Amos, Chapter 3: Verse 7. God speaks of me in that
points the first half, but Dorsey PTAAll
fought back to come up At Northwestern Poverty Program ThroughJob verse. I want to help you. Send no money. Just address
will parents of childrer
Opportunities,
high with 23 points. Four air nail'Stanped envelope back it to yourself for'
Bulls scored in double Northwestern Adult Evening speak next Wednesday at attending Dorsey Junioi r an ,

figures. Joe Williams top- classes at 7007 NW the meeting of the Council High School, please attem fast return. My scripture lessons will be nailed at once.
12 Ave., announce the PTA a t
which begins at 11 a.m. meeting Monday
ped Roosevelt with 20 opening of registration of The public is Invited. 8 p.m. sharp.liiurnlu Send all mail to Bishop E.H. McNeill, Spiritual Churchof
points.
painting classes, Monday Christ. 907 You St. NW, Washington, D.C. or P.O. Box
RDdgers'scored Feb. 8. 1965. The classes
C.
Willie
26 Northwestern ore scheduled for Wed- 6526 T. Street Station, Washington, D.C. 20009.
points as
Bulls romped to their nesday and Friday from Srmortnl 'ark .
7 to 10 p.m. Students may
seventh victory of the
season as they handed register for either one or HAS Preinterment plots of 8 grave spaces pr less
two nights fora $2.00 STOREWIDE CLEARANCE
Booker T. 83-74 de-
an registration fee by tele- ALSO I Mediate single grave space intermentWe
feat. Chico Gilbert scored
phoning PL 4-5491 after
24 points. Irving Baulk- 2 p.m.The. are not full and we are still doing business TREMENDOUS DISCOUNTS

man was high for BTW Open six days a week to serve you ON ALL NEW AND USED PIANOS & ORGANS
c with 20 points, as BTW instructor for the
,\ tasted defeat in their own courses will be Stan Tup- Commonly known as Dt.Pharr's Cemetery rite Meat ve".m.Or...I.the W."d. .n.A..ar"

gym on Saturday night ler, who was recently on 3601 1 NW 46TH STREET NE 4-4191 a@rMU
;
the staff of Florida State
Coach Leonard Walker University. Mr. Tuplerwon E. Johnson, Manager Home phone OX 1.9199 I TRANSISTORORGAN
has started the tennis an Award of Merit Ix

team on their pre-season for his art teaching I n
practice at Moore's Park 19G3 from the American
courts. The netters hope Institute of Architects.The DEEP SEA FISHING Em tI Pla,- COLOR! 6LO

for good season and are course will include lIJ1uliUpts eP
busy preparing them- instruction in contour, CATCH THE BIG ONES ON THE POPEYE Mani Blind Cutnl

selves for it. gesture and drawing in CAPT. KEN GARDNER 361-5421 Keel sdTss huts
mass. Oil painting, one
The swimming team, point perspective, and 9 am to 12:30 pm 1:45 pm to 5:30 pm hpeatPsaeuisepredfesnun
mitiif iff wtj"Stria( *
under the leadership o f basic color fundamentals Fare, Rod & Reel, Equipntnt.gnd; Cut Bait
IijT lame iillMtcJUf
lettermen Charles Williams will also be taught. For ALL FOR ONLY 54.85 PLUS TAX
and Anthony Williams the more advanced student -

Is practicing at Ma- realism, impressionism SPECIAL GROUP CHARTERS ARRANGED 5 YEAR WARRANTY >
nor Park daily at 3:30 p.m. and abstract painting BUY NOW EASY TERMS $
Coach D. Davis would instruction will be available CRANDON PARK MARINA PIER I IRahMERg'S PRICES 495 TO

like more( girls partici- All students will be START AT. $10,000

pants and interested per- exjxsed to a r t historyand -,. ,- -
sons are asked to sign up. art appreciation and
Come in for Free Demonstration of the Amazing
theory in contemporarytrends [""rerTrKMgMMM TrgTrwireTnrT""
Holmes ElementaryMrs. in painting. Classesare THOMAS BAND BOX $19800
to beginning and /l I The THOMAS SAND lOX.tto .b...t_'tr*-r*.cymbals. ......rI..,
oprn c..t..t.I.v......k,h..e..a.r.. A kr...dr.w.itntaM.k..y..
Doris Smith, remedial advanced students. Funeral Home f..I r...fc.ye e._,!.*..rt fc...f..t ymmr tm...tI. ,."_ .elf.
reading teacher of

leave Holmes for is study presently at the on Pen Pals WantedThere FORMERLY M.S. ALLEN FUNERAL HOMEOWNERS SELECTED & GUARANTEED USED

University of Oklahoma.Mrs. PIANOS ORGANS
Smith has been selected are many boys
to teach a freshman and girls of school age e WALNUT SPINETBeautiful $319 BALDWIN, $495
reading class as a faculty and over of all races and Finish OROASONIC

instructor during the creeds who are eager to Matthew H. Rankings L.F.D. William L. Corey, Jr. THOMAS
HARDMAN MINI $395
second continuing semester her studies while fora correspond their with bracket.Ameri- Lewis "Buster" Newbold, Mgr. Harry L. Rolle W.nd.rfulT.n. 379 MANUAL
cans in age FAMOUS BRAND
master's degree. The Among these are a Japa- BALDWIN BUILT .Site I 2 Mural!
of $595
Holmes family is proud
STAFF 275
accomplishment nese boy, age 18. His nameis BRAND PIANO friiiQULBRANSCN

Mis. Smith's and wishes for her Shingo Kimura. 3-16, Mrs. Helen Perkins, See',. Sherman Carey 6ULBRANSENSPINET B2

success. In her every en- 1-841, Tamako-cho, Higashi Charlie Jordan Harold Perkins Ebony $389 FRENCH PROV. $1 095
deavor. I Murayama-shi, Tok- SPINET 1 YL
yo, Japan. And a 16yearold -

Zyunko Hishlnuma, 1144 N.W. 3RD AVENUE 371-8343 HOUSE of PIANOS and.ORGANS
Lillie C. ETO.J P.T.A. 166 Azashiwaklta Hara- '
13641 N.W.7th AVE.
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24 HOURS -
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fi fistiana out of the "swamp7 and TnT 'respect

and interest. Miami Beach Kennel Club ,

Dundee, who brainstormed the idea of re- For Miami Beach Kennel Club fans who f
SpearingiWithSports viving the sport more often on a closedcircuit like to bet the top kennels, the Lena libel, 1 J
screen, was named president of Fort- Pat Reed and W. L. Kirkpatrick strings are j

night, Inc.", a syndicate of three promoterswho the favorites. *
hope to stage major fights every two f
Hibel dogs boast the most victories thru I
weeks starting in late March or early April. the first 31 nights of the Beach meeting. ,

:rhe, only three officer-members of the firm Reed's pups have been in the money the'most [
...ss HARRT 8PHARf so: far are Los Angles peromoter George Parnassus times. And Kirkpatrick has the highest win- J j
and Irving Schoenwald of Chicago who ning percentage in ratio to number of starts. :

Herman M Black will assist Dundee as vice president and sec- Hibel greyhounds have won 24 times in *
retary-treasurer in that order. 123 starts. Reed has 23 wins in 133 starts, but ';

Willie Pep Performs Before The basic idea is to show via a closedcircuit also' claims 23 second place finishes and 17 ,
'
operation with Sportsvision Inc. rank thirds. Kirkpatrick also has 23 victoriesInonly
Sell Out Crowd at Little River a
ing fight promotion from any one of several 87 starts for the percentage lead
Willie Pep showed some of his old form be- fight-minded cities and have other municipalities -
Others high up among the 27 kennels competing i
fore a sellout crowd last week when he box- join into the program with live fights at the Beach are Bill Bashaway, 20 '
ed -1-round exhibition with the busiest fighter preceding the screened action.
around town victories; George Fulton and C. H. Scott, 18
Jerry Powers
real well for himself, learning all-'the who did Parnassus will handle all action on the each: Musick and Spradling and F B. Stutz. ,
tricksof 17 each and Red Ford and B. E. Edison 16 ?
the trade. It was worth its weight in goldto west coast, Shoenwald will devote his timeto ; ,

watch the two go at it. There were about the mid-west and Dundee will entertain <. .each.' .- "
500 business on the east coast t from Miami to Mon
people disappoi ted when
they were --- '-"
turned The treal and most points in between.
away. name of Willie Pep still 'r
stands out when he enters the. He received Dundee's hopes of reviving boxing and NEW BARON HOMES ,

a standing ovation from many of his friends, boxers may seem far-fetched but it could ( 651 NW 47th St. 1835 NW 41t St. ,
ex-boxers and present fighters who were work if his calculations are correct. '
t 1921 NW 50th St. 7460 NW 17th Ave.
here to see him. Naming a few were Chris i ,
: Dundee, presert lightweight champion Car- Dundee region would include Boston, Bal-J Open 3 to 5 Easy Terms

los Ortiz. Bill Daily, Teddy Benton, Jack timore, Syracuse, Jacksonville, Orlando, Atlanta 3 large bedrooms, 2 bath Fla. room, garage ,
iPortney, King Levinsky, Vince Malone, Jack and other metropolitan cities along the *!; t .corner 150 x 100. Good for church or business ,

Maloney, Billy Kilgore, Terry Lee. Pat Frane, coast. WE BUILD, BUY LAND HOMES

Al Kinsey, Micky Ryan, Al Netlow, Bobby Dundee said his venture with Parnassusand Large Lots For Sale JE 8-1340
Dykes, vice chairman of Miami Boxing Commission Schoenwald would start in either late L --J
: ; Don Meade, one of the all time great ---- --- velor.r ---
and ,March,, __,.. or_. ,early__,_April. ..
t jockeys people from all walks of life, too i n v "'V
numerous to mention. If I left your name out Sir John is Golf
( you know I meant well.
Tourney
Charlie Titone who boxed Willie twice in
1955 worked in Willie's corner. Headquarters I

Th S I John Hotel
( r
Dundee Brings Boxing Back to LifeAt has! been selected a e

Conventio Hall crowd of North-South Golf Tour-
Monday overt
manent hedquarters, and
I t 5,000 watched the closed circuit and live show will also be the site o f
t which was terrific. You would have thought the event's social activities o NOW NITELY
Feb. 17-21.
) you were watching the Patterson and Chu-
valo fight live from the way the crowd was This announcement was -" Except Sunday
shouting. This new process of closed circuit made by Richard Gardner :

and live bouts will put boxing on the map I said tournament that the director headquartersoffice who *
;
where it belongs.Convention would b e opened t TWIN DOUBLE:
Feb. 15. He urges a 1 1
Hall Live Bouts ResultsBilly those Interested In additional NO MINORS Res.JE RECORD PAYOFF TO DATE
I activities information 1-0348
Marquart, 1ST, defeated Lew Howard, to contact Dr. I. P $14,161.60Forecast
177, in four rounds; Willie Thomas, 165, de- Davis executive directorat
,*feated Billy Tiger, 173, in six rounds; Willie 1036 N. W. 2nd Ave.,

.Johnson, 199, defeated Tommy Fields, 194 in Dasel>''aJl's hall of fame
six rounds; Levi Forte, 189, 'tko'd Johnny Pew Jackie Robinson is one of
in the fourth round. the early entrants. Several
,
other sports figures including /
: I former heavyweight -
Little River ResultsThe r champion Joe 1'a

whole show I Louis are expected along
was a a humdinger from with a number of top .
the opening bout. -: amateur and professionalmen ::
Willie Munoz 150, won on tko in the first and women golfers! .
,round over Timmy Dukes 147, in a four-round
bout. In 6-round bouts, Li nes Johnson won Ex-Illini Prep
over Frank Curry and Babby Dyer won over
,Joey Clements. Main event 8 rounds, Irish Cager, Gets Iowa

Jack Gilbert won over Willie Taylor, Willie State Post :
Pep and Jerry Powers four round exhibition. *I
Rockford, Ill. \\ ol'dI
< West Palm Beach Results *I has been received here

Unbeaten Mel Stormy Winters knocked out j i I Gentry from Iowa, 27, that former Nolden star Clear.Crisp. Dry

tough Jimmy Beasley in 40 seconds of the 5th Rockford West 1954 Illinois .
? round Friday night in a ten-round feature bout State High School
at Musi Carnival Arena. It was Winter's 18th *s basketball champion, was
kayo in 25 fights Beasley was dropped fdr recently appointed a spec-
ial assistant to Iowa State
> an 8 count in the fourth but got off the floorto Atty. Gen. Lawrence Sca-
" wobble Winters later in the round. Both lise. (b9 0c4.,, 82
' weighed 154. In four rounds Billy Marquart f
won over Lou Howard ; Willie Thomas wont Gentry, a graduate o f, a"! 77 ,O6
f Iowa
University o
the
over Billy Tiger Don Lutz. in his fourth 63
; ..
in
where he also starred Illplll +
straight win, won over Willie Taylor in a six basketball, was assigned .. .......1 / r-
round bout; Rory O'Shea added his 16th I to social welfare and pub- \r.N.r,p 7 Os
1 straight win by a tko in the 5th round over tt lic: instructions. ..SY
6707e
Belafonte. t ...... rw n
i Cleveland Browns 00C)

Solomn McTier who works with Cassiua! t FAMU Grid c C 74
Clay in all his bouts is taking care of three i Sign

, good looking )prospects, Roscoe Bell, a welter ]- Star + 76 't ..OOf' ILHSCHMAUIM
; Ror'nie: Asher, lightheavy and Pop Shef-
. field, lightweight who moves just like Sugar Tallahassee, Fla. Calvin
the business Lang, defensive halfbackof
Ray Robinson. Solomon knows !
(
the Florida A&M Uni-
, from A to Z. f versity Rattlers football

team, signed a professional M
, Street Gym shapes up to be a secondStillman's i iI f contract with the world
I Gym which was known all over champion Cleveland
Browns and became the
l the world The Miami Beach Gym has the i sixth member of the
I cream of the crop training there. It is man- | FAMU 1961 squad t o

aged by Tommy Ross who has! 35 yearN of ink a pro pact. ... r-.w -
experience in.the business Since Tommy .. r;-

took over the place has been redecorated, > ,REDUCEjp
new equipment and new modern showers for t '
I a fighter's convenience. To see the boys train I !nb *' Lose' up to

7 mornings o'clock. from 12 til 2:30: cveni gs from 5 till 'f I |6<'pound weekly Clear...crisp...dry...

Ring Revival Predicted ,I: [ Dr Long that's the taste you get withFLEISCHMANN'S

Miami Beach's Chris Dundee, probably "'1845 S.W. 1st St., GIN & VODKA
one of the more popular boxing promoters : I

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16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday February 5, .1965

and active I and improve recreation the facilities 64 Slump Causes $10,000 Crt

1 Asked for Coconut living conditions of the
$60,000 \people of this area" Reese San Francisco Willie"Stretch" tight last year," said Her-
t said.' McCovey. the man Franks, the Giant'snew
possilfle key to the Giants' field manager, "and
1063 national league pen- his feet hurt him most of
RenewalThe nant hopes, accepted a I he time"
Grove
Community Pay $300,000For $10,000 pay cut In signing
his contract for the com- Frank, who replaced
ing season at a figure reported !Itpo.ed Alvin Dark, tal>=-
creation of a' $60- tion, Negro leaders, Mrs mum of lour .years expeiiince Restaurant t o h e "close t o bed the 27-year-old Mc-
renewalprogram" Elizabeth Virrlck and and a staff for the $30,000." Covey as "strong Insurance -
000 "community
I for resIdents Kenneth Treister chairman project at 'a coat:: of $20- for a Giant pennant in
in Coconut Negro Grove- of the Citizens Advisory 000 for each of the threeyears NEW YORK- t was recommended Monday Committee on slum"* of the program. Negro businessmen, Selwyn $.toOOO last year, after talk of trade with the
's'. by City Manager M. L. clearance The'i'hool l hoard and Joseph and Lloyd Blaine, tying Hank Aaron ,f o r statement: 'I can't thinkof
t Reese A "community action the Planning Council have made headline news and 'the homer crown with 44 a single manager who
gioup" would come from already expressed interest won wide community praise In( 1903; but slipped to 18 wouldn't want McCovey'sbig
The plan, as presented this meeting, Reese ald. and the WPC has outlined here, after they purchased homers and 54 runs bat- bat in the lineup and
: to the city commission that would 'serve as! liason job qualifications for 'the ,Frank's 'Restaurant, one of ted in while nursing various I'm no different from the
, t( Monday, calls first for a and advisory body director and offered to the Harlem District's most crippling Injuries.! rest of them."
meeting with representatives md staff if popular eateries since 1920
provide one ; a
\
of the Welfare Plan- Since the close of the
The city would then McCovey's signing puts
the city will pay the SCM-) for an estimated $ 300,000last
ning Council, Dade School contract with the Welfare week. baseball season, the pow- San Francisco's "big
(XX cost.
Board, Metro Urban Re- Planning Council to hire They said they plan no er-hitting left-hander has three" In the fold Superstar -
newal Agency, the Cico- u professional director The main purpose of the major changes in the restau- received treatment for a Willie Mays and first
nut Grove Civic Club, with a master's''degree in program would be to rant, which is located in a bone bruise on his left baseman Orlando Cepeda
, Coconut Grove Associa social, work and a mini provide "more passive building that was also included heel, and bigger shoes! signed earlier for $105,000and
in the price. $50,000 respectively.
"Willie's shoes werp too

Negro History Week at

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{ff of the Miami Public Library
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,
will hold its celebration of
13th Street. For further in-
Week
Negro History on
mation, call FR
please
Thursday, Feb. tl.
I 75029.
Hour At,Miss the four Helen o'clock M.Dorsett Story, 5757 M.W. 27th AVE. PERRIKE SHOPPING 6483 TAFT ST. MONjHi2AT.
branch librarian, will telltales
of Anansi and give TRADING STAMPS MIAMI I CENTER I HOLLYWOOD
SUN 11 -6
brief biographical sketches 635 0736 I 238-2901 945 381
of famous Negroes. This BUY SELL

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