The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: February 12, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00356

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Saturday night a Florida's Board of Edu- gration of all state schools.
trr burning cross: the cation Wednesday took no lie said it specifically affected
E second in Dade County In chances 'on losing federal his own office which

24 hours was plantedin funds allotted its public receives nearly all federal ,
the back yard of Coco- schools by guaranteeing there education funds and distri- .
q\ nut Grove Elementary will be no racial discrimination butes them to the counties. ,

School, the ,'uunty'Joultl- in administration of federal "It means we agreenot to 1
est Nchou1.l funds.In discriminate in our depart-
a routine action the ment," Bailey said. But he r
When Miami Hietuen Cabinet i authorized State said the agreement would

w. arrived on the scene the School SuperintendentThomas create no problem becausethe
1aaawe six-foot. loughly-Jiewn D. Bailey to sign Department of Educationhad
wooden cross wrappedwith Compliance with the 1964 several Negroes em- I

rags and soaked withan Civil Rights Act. Bailey ployed at the professionallevel.

r inflammable liquid, said the board was requiredto lie did not say how

was almost hurnt out sign by March 1 or the many or where they were
schools would not receive
S\\ One of the first schools .
ti '
;. federal funds. Bailey said the individual
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j"... to integrate its classroomsIn "
"We have no choice, school boards in the state 1
the county, the school.it
Bailey said. "No county would continue to be required. !
:U51: Matilda St. was
would get any federal money to submit their own assurances -

Mr,.J..., Wkitekcod. (second fro* left)was selected to serve as a hostess for the desegregated in the center in of 1961.the Coconut It is unless we sign." of compliance to
13th h..al! Brotherhood Dialer of the Florida Region of National Conference Christians Grove business dltilct *- Bailey said the action did Washington. Several have ,

,and Jews Ftb.72 at the Fontaineblea Hotel. Also on the hostess committee are (from not guarantee complete inte- done so already. I I

left) Mrs. Anthony Ahreham, Mrs. Pool Pollak and Mrs. W.O. Mehrtens. The dinner, which
The school yard and immediate -
launches National Brotherhood Week (Feb. 21-28)), will honor television personality and vicinity were deserted LBJ Ask Laws

newspaper columnist Ed Sellivaa and three outstanding Dade County feeders.I when they arrived to

.(he firemen said and they

Uifr.:; 'of ,Miami ito Train ; located the I,lit cro agents, no-hut'nlng.: witnesses ohetked Saturday to- For Voting Rights

to see If any civil
He told Johnson and Vicc-
violated in
the lights,"..!were clay night cross After a 15-minute confer- President Hubert Humphrey
for with President Johnsonon
Ttaibers Desegregation1Two ence
that such'a law must provide
burning at the home of a
\! Tuesday,Dr. Martin Luther automatic machinery to
-.- ........-...... ... ., .- South Dade Negro( King told wsmen that the eliminate "crippling discretion 1
Fi'id-;: Southern Georgia. The $40.000 UM iant for,
of the nation's first The cross of pine sap. Chief Executive said he on the part of hostile '
,The .grants were approved this institute will pay tuition, plans to submit legislationto "
federally financed.ainina
I said. I}
/ lings was: ignited Kilday officials King
and to
travel COAts $15 a day
under the Office of Educetion' to '
Congress voting
seMiionfl for and : the '
night in the front of the King spoke to news-
It will also
teachers involved in the desegregation new Equal Education each participant. home of Arthur Covenson, rights for Negroes. men after Johnson summonedhim
Opportunities Program which pay for the university's ex said he had
school King urged
systems from meeting with
12755 SW !frtrd !;t. Both a
will be conducted by the University was created by the Civil penses. Johnson to back: a 1965 and
Acting Attor-
he and his wife school
The second institute will : are
of Miami. Rights Act of 1964.Participating Iwiohers civil rights bill "securing ney General Nicholas Katzen-
in the first be a three-day session starting voting rights for Negroes
They have received a bach over Negro voting problems
grant for $57,220 from the institute which begins this Feb. 74. UM has invited 'jl'IY ifCI N V'I cVTsI without delay and harrass- symbolized by recent

II U.S.pay for Office the sessions of Education, called'institutes' to Saturday counselors will and be 60 administrators teachers- the school superintendent board member and from one: j j J; )fE::11 L ,{ i t ment. friction in Selma, Ala. fTrain

-40 from Dade and 20 each of Florida's 67 coun- i I "' -
said faculty AVMCircuit
from Broward. ties and from 27 school systems I ',Court Oliver' Crushes 3
members of UM School of Wednesday '''found .
Sessions will be held on in Southern Georgia. I Ii

Education will Monday.One be for. teachers successive Saturdays from The purpose will be to acquaint \i Johnson -guilty: of second I Three persons died Tues- pieces of the three bodieswere
!' murder In tho slaying
will officials I with the degree ,
counselors and administratorsin 9:30 am to3:30 pm. They day night when their car strewn several hundred
the public schools of Dade concentrate on preparing the Civil Rights Act as it relates !:of his ex-girl friend last, I was ground under the wheels yards from the point of im

the participants to work with to school desegregationand July.Jthnson,23 l of Seaboard Air
a Line
and Broward Counties, the pact.The
Ion 1 ,of 2292 ,NW
to provide an exchange i'
other for and students of different racial Railroad i train speeding victims were two Ne-
superintendents 'j .52nd broke into the
methods and problems St., apartment -
and cultural backgrounds. V through the Sterling Rd. gro men and a Negro woman
school board members from
!\ of Mrs.Edith Sabbs 24,.
of desegregating. : & crossing just north of Holly- whose car was struck by the
lof 5039-A NW 27th Ave.. at train about 9:40
wood. p..ou
2 a.m. last July 2 and shot The train's momentum car- Police said there were no V I
Slum Landlords Must Repair tier fatally and then shot : ried it more than a mile past survivors. I.
himself and her: new boy E!( The crossing is controlled )
the intersection before it
11 friend, Neal Adams, Jr, 22,. was
by flashing warning
f' 1During stopped with pieces of the
2956 NW 48th St. : :
mangled car still jammed lights but no crossing gate
I Lose Apartments examination [
or cross, ;t 1 under the engine, police guards the intersection.
,by t Assistant State Attorneys : said. Hollywood city officialsin
\\ Sep and David Goodhart;
Metro's Urban Renewal buildings are structurally he said. insisted; he 'dido'tf! Identities of the dead the past have protested
Agency got legal power Wed- sound,it will require improvements lie said that if the URA Johnson were not immediately avail- the number of unguarded crossings -
nesday and Miami's Slum ranging from $1,000 acquires the buildinp,it will remember:. ppenc_ able, and Dania police said in the city.

landlords got a jolt when the toU.600per unit to bring the tear down adjoining struc- .. "i
,/ ,
the State Supreme Court ruled buildings up to project stand- tures to provide parking and -

that apartment house ownersin ards.Tucker recreaction space "to makeit I It
the Slum area must make said that even a decent environment."
substantial repairs or have though the buildings are
them taken over by the sound, they are still slum
Agency. properties because they lack
Dade Urban Renewal Director off street parking and landscape NEGRO LkJLJcj

Edwin Tucker said the -'ufferi na. H 15i0RY '
decision clears the way for "They fully cover lots,
URA to insist that existing resulting lack sufficient
of 64 ventilation a.,
owners some apartment open space
houses containing 900 units U&hta.air, sanitation and resulting

bake ma j or renovations. in overcrowding and
Tucker said that while the high density of population"

1 Killed in Holdup Attempt- .

A South Dade store manager back.A* the gunman droppedhis held up the store at 6:30 pm
killed a robber holding a guard Koeptman whirled forcing Kopetman to hand
sawed-off-ahot gun in his around and fired two quick them $250 or $300 from the
hand, and chased away his shots. Terrell ran toward the cash drawer.
two accomplices Sunday door, but fell fatally wound-
One of the men then pushed -
ni rht. ded. a shotgun in Kopetman'aback -L _
The dead man was iden- Pursuing the other two and forced him to go to V

tified by dectectives as robbers who dsappeared ina the safe that was kept in a
Union Terrell about 25. He clump of trees behind his small cigaret closet In the

was shot once in the chest U-Tote'M Store at 12882 SW rear of the store. ST. LOUIS, MO. Viewing tie program of the Midwinter Workshop of tie Notional

and once in the back of the 87th Ave., Perrine shots ,from Kopet-his Frankie Lee Glenn, 25, Newspaper Publishers Association in St. Loess art, left to right: Mayor Raymond T>cker,
head. fired 21
Jaime Kopctman. 31, had man small .25 caliber Browning surrendered SW 170th at Terr.his,to home Sgt., St. Lo.is;hobel C.Clark, associate director for Special Projects, National Urban League, .

the chance of his life when automatic pistol with one Donald 10032 Searle four hours after New York; Frank L. Staaley Sr., president of tie NMPA, Loeisville, Ky.; C.C. Dtioie,

a customer shouted from the hand while he held the dead the holdup. Glenn was pvblisker of the Louisiana Weekly, Hew Orleans, La.; and Howard Woods, editor of tie St.

front of the store, while the man's shotgun in the other. charged with armed robbery. Loeis Argos,and a member of tke President's Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity.
bandit held the gun to his Police said three Negroes .


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... ., Demand Suspension of Five

a br 11110 Et__ 6ac Deputies Slaying in of'Sippi YouthJACKSON Jail

\, YIH Miss.--(NPI- Flora. a white woman, was abducted
7 / Demands for the suspensionof The Shelby slaying recalls from a jail in Poplarville,
five deputies, involved in two other Mississippi lynchesa Miss. His mutliated body was
the slaying of an 18-year-old few years '8'0. found later in the Pearl Ri.
Negro youth in a cell blockof Emmett Till, a 14-year-old ver.
the Hinds County jail,,con- Chicago bdy, was slain and Just last summer, three
V tinued here this week despitea his body was thrown into a civil rights ,workers, participating
court ban on mass protest river near Money, Miss., after i in the Mississippi
1'4w demonstrations.The he allegedly whistled at a Summer Project, were slain
victim I i Oliver V. white woman. near Philadelphia, Miss.
Shelby, of nearby Flora, had Mack Charles Parker, who Their bodies wrtfe found se-
I f been arrested on charges of was accused of assaulting veral weeks later.KNIGHT .

making "indecent gestures" .
towards a white woman, and
was jail.sentenced to six months ; SIR JOHN HOTEL

,Charles Evers, Mississippi '
tt >tisJ13 US I. NAACP field secretary, BEAT
said a mass courthouse de-
RELAXED CHAT Frank Stanley, Sr., president of the National Negro Publishers Association monstration was called off

chats and enjoys a good cigar with former Florida Governor Leroy Collins, and after attorneys advised com- 276 NW 6tt St. HI 3-3381
presently Director of the U.S. Commerce Comunity Relations Service, during the publishers' pliance with a four-judge injunction -

mid-winter workshop being held in St. Louis. march. banning the protest --- .""" ......-.._- '"._, '-' .

However, Evers said the OFFICIAL HEADQUARTERS
The Governor, who also headed the National Association of Radio Broadcasters was injunction would be appealedandt

guest speaker before a record workshop audience. that efforts to have the North-Soyth
five deputies suspended, pen-

ding a complete investigation -

Tampa Man Wants to. ""eco II SOCIAL SECURITY would of be the continued.boy's"murder," Golf TournamentSCHEDULE

Evers also announcedplans
; for a stepped-up voter OF EVENTS
a Woman Plans Operation Per'solls receiving 1 registration drive and a renewed -

y monthly Mnlal security national boycott of MONDAY, FEB. 15 MRS CLUB
Mississippi products.

28-year-old TAMPA Jackson Fla.--(NPI-A Heightsman police wantonly in Tampa continuouslyand embarrassed checks that were a change reminded of address today Deputy E.O. Sanderfordis Social Dance Party (By ,invitation only)
accused of actually shooting
should he
who wants to become a him through arrests. reported whowas
young Shelby,
promptly to hoth ,the Soc-
woman is planning for a Cox revealed that he is transferred from the
ial Security .\chninb trat- being TUESDAY, FEB. 16
$4,000 operation to make seeking an injunction in Cir-
prison to jail.
city county
ion and
to tilt' Post Office.
him one, it was disclosed cult Court against the cityto Sanderford claims he fired BUTTER BALL'S FABULOUS
here last week.Fredrick prevent further arrests.He Kalluie, to cjo this. Kil-: into the air and then shot the
that the has 'SHOW'WEDNESDAY
Cox was givena "continually charged taken city rightsas ward I P. (Houston, social youth in the head after the AMATEUR -
suspended $500 or 100 my
security district I
another de-
manager. attacked
a woman through arrest
day sentence after bookedfor
and I am asking relief by said, can result In a delay puty in an apparent escape
impersonating a woman. declaration." In receiving your check attempt. FEB. IT -
He startled a crowded court-
and the iKissihility that: Evers called the slaying '
room when he told the court Cox said his dance acts
the check will bo returned Masquerade Ball
that he was gainfully em- "outright murder" and indi- l'
would pay for the
to the Tieasury lather I
ployed as a "stripper, and cated that Negroes in Jack-
that he could produce medi- operation all male which organs.would.At remove the- than he fonvaided son would no longer tolerate Sponsored by the North-South Golf Officials,
cal records to show that he this of action from law
62 time of the interview which Foims for dunging It IIiHJdl'ess type i
per cent female and
he made the enforcement officers.
38 disclosures on social securi
cent male. He
that per he was taking treatmentsto asserted Cox was clad ,in a woman's ty's ,reconN art available Evers said this was the THURSDAY, FEB. l 18 LADIES KNIGHT
kill all masculine hor- duster and had his hair in U the Miami North social third fatal shooting, under Sponsored by the Barmaid's Club of Miami
mones in his body and that pin curls. ;senility office, 121n( !).", similar circumstances, of Ne-
N. W 7th .\VI!._Mt'. I lion- gro prisoners in the past
ston said. If a change Is'', FRIDAY, FEB. 19 --- BEAUTY PAGEANT
IScouts Program on ,the Move reported before the middle year.Young Shelby was in Jackson
of the month, the next looking for work when Water Carnival Show.'Sir John Pool & Patio
Another successful year; The Scout advancement check can IKsent tit the he was arrested, given a Sponsored by the North-South Golf Officials
of Scouting for boys from 8 ,
reports (one gauge of quality new address. quick trial and sentenced to
to 18 marked the
was by
Scouting)showed that a total six months in jail.
The Cost Office! should
South Florida
Scouts of America in 1964 Boy, of 7,423 Cub Scout awards he notified also of a for The boy's mother Mrs. SATURDAY, FEB. 20 SHINDIG PARTYA
Welcom were presented during the address Dora Shelby Pierce, 33, who
according to H. warding in cae; production show
Watson, Council President. year. 'There were also 6,984 some social security resides in Chicago came to
There were 9,670 Cub merit badges presented du- (check are already in the Jackson after receiving word Sponsored by the Entertainers Assoc. of Miami
Scouts; 8,242 Boy Scouts; ring 1964. mall, Mr. (Houston said: of her son's death.
995 Explorers; for a total of Most Boy Scouts join The youth's father, Hiram BALL
18,907 boys enrolled on their troops because of the (6 or more consecutive days Shelby. 45. a farmer, resides SUNDAY, FEB. 21 AWARDS
Dec. 31, 1964. The boys are promise of hiking and camp- and nights, ) which represented Trophies and prize awards 'to golfers
85% of the Scout
registered in 215 Cub Scout ing, Watson said, and the Membership. Boy Sponsored by the'North-South Golf ,Officials,
Packs, 272 Boy Scout Troops South Florida Council had Lillie C. Evans P.T.A.
Watson expressed
and 73 Explorer Posts.A to- National 90 troops Camping qualified Award.for the A couragement and confidencein en- "FoMder's Day Banquet". ,; ... '**... _*... ,' .. -,',... -
tal of 263 Institutions
chartered to use the Scouting total of 6,706 boys participated the South Florida Council- Friday, February 26, 1965 .,.ONtFR",3:3381;, SAY FORJt $ RVA' OtIS
Program. in a long-term camp a council that is on the move. ..... .'< t. ., .




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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 12, 1965 :3 r

Boy Wilkins Speaks at Fla. Leam mi Get Paid to be a Hirst's Aide I

GAINESVILLE Addres- forces. they know that no legislation
sing a predominantly te However, warned the i i. selfimplementing."Now Nurse aide's job training enter into this type of work. the FSES's Hotel and Restaurant -
audience at the Universityof NAACP leader,"stubborn resistance that we have the with pay courses urgently To qualify for this job Office located at
Florida here, last week, to the law or uncon- legislation,"Mr. Wilkins con- need 78 unemployed women to training, Tyson said, a per- 46 S.W. 1st Street or call
NAACP Executive Director scionable delays in correc- tinued, "responsible Americans start training on, Feb. 15th son must be 16 years ofageor 377-2411 for further information
Roy Wilkins said that, in ting Inequalities (as in Nor who love their country by the Florida State Em- older and unemployed. To immediately.
light of the Civil Rights Act thern de facto school segrega more than they love a way of ployment Service said HarryL. receive a weekly allowancea
of 1964 "the principal em- tion) will continue to running t he country are ob- Tyson,Miami MetropolitanArea person must be over 16
phasis in the next phase of stimulate protests and de- ligated to do their best to Manager for the FSES. years old, unemployed have REDUCELose
the civil rights campaignwill demonstrations. carry out the purpose of the Tyson said that the nurse at, least 2 years of previous
be upon political aclion. "Those persons who seek Act. aide's training will last six experience in any kind of i
." wishfully to equate 'respon- "This is not a preferential weeks and trainees will be work be the head of a family up to
The task now, he told the sibility' in the Negro com Act. It does not give paid $27 to $37 a week CI or household or be a 6 pound weekly
students, "is the Implemen- munity with silent and -inactive Negro citizens something while in training. noemberoof a family or household
tation of the Act to actually reliance upon the white citizens do not have.It Tysonssaia that there isa where the head of the Dr Long
secure for aggrieved Ameri- eventual operation of the new does not take anything shortage of nurse aidesin family or household is unem-
cans the relief promised in law are doomed disappoint away from white citizens." Dade County's hospitalsand ployed. 1545 S.W. 1st St.
the ten titles of the Act.This ment. Negroes tend to invoke Prior to his lecture, Mr. that those graduating Unemployed women wno
will require the mobilization the Civil Rights Act in Wilkins appeared on television from this nurse aide's train- are interested in becoming FR 32748THURS.FRI.SAT.SUH.
and employment of political every relevant situation, but in a half-hour inter- (ira will be will prepared to a nurse aide should contact .

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 12, 1965

United States, doing all it can to carry join with numbers of our readers
out its commitments in South Viet Nam in a the community in general in extending syrnd

peaceable a manner as possible, has been subjected pathy to Herald Columnist Jack Bell whose;

to much ill treatment and what we might wife, Nora, died February 4 as result of an
H. & 8IG18MCND RmlstlEditor aid Psbltobi term humiliation at the hands of North Viet automobile accident on January 25.
GARTH C. REEVES I.a..ctmc KdltorMembor
Nam communists and guerrilas. But the administration -
of the National Newspaper Publisher A.-odadMa found that it had to show the enemy Mrs. Bell is survived by two daughters, Rita,

SUBSCRIPTION RATER that its patience was getting short. This was 17 and Sharon, 21.
OWE YEAR $&00 SIX MONTHS $&00 TORKIOK tl&e. _- -
proven in the case of the Gulf of Tonquin. --
Winneis ,
Catered M Second Clam Matter Amfmst $, lt7 at tk. Port Offle Pines :r hc'|, .Inpc': ,
M Mlanl, Florida under the act of March 8,, UtTIMai However, encouraged by China and other Sunny lion ueie Tiuops ;, ,'1111
:,01: with\ im) ,
mli!I Ir: ,,,
po 1111
Offlca at 8740 N.W. 1Mb ATen.&-Pbow OX 1-4421 Communists the North Vietnamese kept up NeighborhoodCampout I'I'slt'rllf't'Iy'. The' '
D.WBtowm Office: 11U N.W. 3rd Ar.B.e Phoa. FB 3- their battle against South Vietnamese and I the afternoon. \\.,:,'C'I,,111'111''II'!

CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS! many Americans lost their lives. In leading, Msiiin/. ""I u1(.,
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can bed lead *. .il,oiil i.impsiies.: Mimins! ,i'n 01|
world from racial and national antagoakm when It acoarda t..Y.ri Last Sunday the Cong guerrilas in two raids I I. i Idas odock\ afleiimon I.MI. I I.:-) roundmam ; I having jam sessinn*
MB recardleaa or race. creed or color him h.maji and killed U. S. soldiers, wounded 80 others and five heading .
(:Iii I Scout Tilt ('.impoili'
legal rifhta. HaUajt BO man, fearing ao man-tfce Negro>:rraMatrlvoa .1 \\.1- I-Il| ,
to help every maa In the firm belief that all men an inflicted heavy damage upon U. S. airshipsand for llu woods! to p.ii" t'eI bv, Mis. (,i 1.01.i .,. V)1( |)
., hart .. bas aa ..,... ta held back. installations.This tit iIntl C in a weekendNelghhothood Sll'OIl1.l. Chi: Scout ofiiint
C.nniMiut' THE NEGRO VOTE proved, too much for President 'John : Chowee' lltwlrlloMc.it lenupied' the |IIn'pal.IIOI1| i ,
ItUhinond I Heiuhtx I of dinnei', but .
son and he and his advisors decided it was only mi)
Time was when the Negro vote was not again time to strike back. The result was par- This tampoul.is I tier sin nu'iitailh usual fitl'f. : ,..'
considered as being very important by politic- oml In a MM'UN of SimnvNeiuhboihoot he meal vas:; filed c'hkk
those who received his ticipation in two raids by South Vietnamese Pin i e s 4l) en losstnl I salad, halted.
ans, although supporthad fighter bombers with the support of U. S. Air CcMiipouts, :Main goal I or be.ms. "Itiead and punch
a sense of appreciation as they know Force jets and by U. S. Navy jets. I this: one ff mol0 piepaie
every vote counts. However, it was not really 1 he Kill: fur ('anlirtn| 'ee \to SM'dal| I thanks tci Uimt, <
sought after. The Negro was not even encour- The consensus of opinion seems to be in 1)0 held! .it Tioploal Park Ciaw' 'foul' fur his \olunt.n )

aged to register and vote. Even today in places favor of President Johnson's action.If In Mauh The followed game at haslr the t'I l;>iseivhes' and mmh thtoushont) appieclat tho

like Selma, Ala. everything possible, is doneto tuleseie t'II11lxtlt.|
de- leient taniiwut) H: ate to
the United States is not prepared to
hamper Negroes from registering. It was andis lu followed .It Campoieo.
now known by those who would or could fend its position, in spite of what other nations With I the sounding of
prevent Negroes from voting that the Negro think, then it's time to bid farewell to the llevellle\ at 7 o'clock the
South Vietnamese. Naturally that would be day began With break- Lillit C. Evans PJ.A
like did
race was a sleeping giant they
pleasing o the enemy, but at the present time !last following at 8 o'clock, "Foodtr's Day Baagllet"Friday
not want to awake him. But those days are ,
'hoi' had! begun too
gone forever. there seems to be little chance of the U. S. (Special eft thanks are offer- Ftbfiory 26W5
quitting. So the best we can do is to hope for Hi I to those pel'sm (:Mrs.
The giant is awake, he is learning that the some kind of satisfactory settlement. I' Skills: and A, Bryant.)
ballot is a powerful possession when used in .
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the right way. ., .. .
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There was a time when Negroes leaned to- I : 'l"rrJfr": !

ward the Republican Party. In fact right in A GREAT HERITAGE THAT LINCOLN
Dade County we knew when Negroes could ._ _
not even register as a Democrat it was an ,

R or an I. That time has long passed. The = LEFT TO ALL AMERICANS.
Democratic Party has taken over and the : .
chances are that party will continue to re- -"-- -,'
ceive the support of the Negro. $T *t \, '
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Evidence of the position of the Democrats eat.a-: .1.I

today was seen in the election of President -- "
Lyndon Johnson. lA *

The Republicans realizing this, are about to BU RG ADDRESS II

go all out to regain more support from the Ne- THE GETTTfeNSssSsSfc fatehe

gro. *

.... ",
\ The !['
Negro Republican Assemblywith all men 1
members in 23 states, says the GOP has I't" "
been losing Negro support for 30 years be- H'
cause of the failure of the committee to rely in liberty civil\ war, testing ,
on knowledgeable Negro leadership. Ray l are crate engaged in a 9 feat conceived and SO *
Bliss, GOP national chairman has been asked Now we are notion SO \
to appoint a Negro deputy chairman with ade- .; : ." that nalion or any I "
quate staff and funds for whether endure. that war.
a major program to long of
can battlefield
sell ) dedicated final l lYe
in rent
Negro a
areas. as
a g field,
.. melon that
of *
., are +ion that
a p that
The Roosevelt-Truman-Kennedy and now '1 10 dedicate their lives
Johnson administrations have done so much r i have come for those who here gave
for Negroes. :' r resting place should do his. I
( mighl live. that we
Last week Democratic National Chairman 1% nation altogether fitting and proper dedicate we can-

John M. Bailey, who was vacationing at Mi- \\I i. sense, we cannot this 9 round. the *

ami Beach, appointed a special sub-committee ,a:,iI:, But in a larger we cannot hallow here, have
to insure the rights of Negroes to participate consecrate! who struggled
:: '\ nol and dead, add or I
in state party activities. liv, power
.. ,$; :":,:< : .. ; brave men i II infgar above our poor
State parties which discriminated against >" :' consecrate what we *
Negroes would be prohibited from \ :,i" 0." ,, rememb r
participating : fr long
: detract
in national nominating conventions. '1 1I \\1' : ,;,_: ;:,l ,, ,,, :,. the world will\ little note nor hat they did here.
forge 10
I & '" ,hi': .1 can never dedicated here I
THE PEACE CORPS ." ...''X s :II say here, but the living, rather, to be four : here

Announcement was made on Tuesday that 1 :: r 1'f' \\I is for us work which they who

the Lindsey Hopkins Education Center at 1410 ". ,': *

N.E. Second Avenue has been approved as an 'Ssst&sJr'SJ m
official testing for the Peace .:, '
agency Corps. ..: ,_ ', :,,N, ..jt, \ UI

February 20 has been set for the next test ."'' .., '\;, lake increased lull *
beginning at 9 a.m. on that date. The test is dead we gave the last

for all those who would like to take it. If you < a,; < cause for which they_Ihal we here highly

are interested: call William J. Reily, super- k .' measure 01 devotion noi died ,
visor of adult guidance services dead rider
at the admin- ,' that these God,
istrative center for the Dade school system. R Y 4 ,, .,. ,; rem Dive that this nation, and
,. in vain of freedom *
The test includes modern language apti- have a neW birth by thepeople
shall \
; peop\el
tude, and voluntary achievement tests in of the
Y > government nol
i shall
French Spanish.A people
and '' .y and for the "

college degree is not necessary. Married -. perish from the earth.
couples are eligible if both can serve and ..
there are no dependent children. .
-- --'-' --
Rumor ,that the State Road Board will hold :SALUTING LIHCOIH'S BIRTHDAY,

back $13,000,000 from Dade County's road '
funds has been denied by Governor Haydon FEBRUARY 12thLINCOLN ,

Burns. y- NATIONAL{) BANK I It '
In a meeting with Metro commissioners ,,' '
Gov. Burns said there would be harmony and OF MIAMIHOW ,\',.,".', .
cooperation in working out Dade's road prob- t $ r-/ulI,"r ttdratrd&.nu. tbd inure Southeast- ".h,,. '

lems, and that he would push for the develop- rll/tt hart bt the .dino+t l' antW Center ,, ''r; .,#.'
6013 :.:. ,
ment of interama. N.W.7Ht, Avysnuo 'hone 7.s6.-..."..-. ".', .. S '

Governor Burns wants Dade County to float PROVIDING NEW EXTENDED BANKING HOURS ', ,< i<''
.... Matd.y. T".o, W'-.d i ,,:
bonds to finance the East- OJ. Thursdoy 9130 "-
general obligation Qnt'to 2 pm; f,I' .
) 9530.tn to 2 m'
ands Ot r. S pt*.Dol. ln Window : .. p
West Expressway instead of a revenue op.n Monday thII pPdotr 2 to S Sot d
pm' Uf 9)0
r .
0)> '
issue. He also suggested creation of an ex- tnorlrb i :'

pressway authority to handle the financing by ... >: :
: ;
'" < 'f4 '
':/'; : '
revenue methods. : ;} ") ( '

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 12, 1965 5
Cwest Club Note
Right Leaders .
The trl-level home o J
the hostess Mrs. Anthon!
(Annie-Mae) Twine, al t
2nO!' NW /.r n Ter. nrovl<.lp '
5 the 1 kind( f-setting i to
which the meeting i1 d drive. leaders made it clear that
NEW YORK The major
geared. emphasis of the civil rights While stressing political peaceful demonstrations
February is a month of memorable date The business meetingwas movement in 1965 will be on. action, the conference of 'would continue where needed. I

Lincoln's Birthday, Washington's Birthday, conducted In the livIng political action.Agreement. _-_ _-_ u_ _._ _1M d.
Saint Valentine's Day, Boy Scout Week, Nat- room on the first upon this goal
ional Crime Prevention Week, American His- level, after which guests was reached during a two- Men Women all ages
tory Month and Heart Sunday. and members were ushered day conference here, Jan. ,
Into the VIP Room on 3031, on the "State of the
Congratulations to the James Kiernes, who the lower level to see a Race" called by A. Philip
are singing lullabies to a darling baby daugh movie "T ''h te Costly Randolph and attended by
ter. Crowd." Prior t o seeing 45 Negro leaders representing JOBS OPENQ

the movie the program 26 civil rights, church,
If you (Hike cats be sure and visit the Miami participant, Dr. David labor and fraternal 'organi :
Florida Cat Fanciers, Inc. show the weekendof spoke on the exploding zations. I

February 20 at Bayfront Park Auditorium. population and Its effecton Announcement of the 1965

Cat show tickets are $1.00 and available at ial aspects the economic of modem and soc-liv program of accelerated political Grocery Checkers
the door. action and political ed-
tag.A question and -tJ
answer -
cation was made by Mr. Ran-
American Association of University Women period followed.
dolph during a news Cashiers oStockmen
Fashion Show Breakfast at Burdine's Hibiscus The program was plan- conference were NAACP
Room on Saturday morning was well attended. ned by the hostess and Executive i Director Roy i

Among those on the committee for the 'Be- brought to the group under Wilkins; Whitney Young, Jr.,
witching fashionshow the auspices of the executive director, National oPackers oSales ClerksGUARANTEED
were Charlotte Clark
Parenthood As-
Edna Urban, League; George Wiley, I
DeVeaux, Gussie Dobbs, Dorothy Ed- sociation which has a associate national director:: ,
wards, Melzie Elliot, Lemmie Mitchell, Ruth staffed Informational and Congress of Racial Equality;
Polite and Hazel) Simmons. clinic center on the cor- Miss Dorothy Height, president -

Standing Room Only signs were in order on ner Ave.of The and center Terr and Is locat-17th gro ,Women National, James Council Forman of Ne-, Get lifetime security I with I goyenmeit approved on-the I

Tuesday evening, Feb. 9 at the Community ed In the Markowitz Cen- executive secretary Student job training Qualifies you in 10 days. Ready for work

Room of the Roosevelt Savings and Loan Association E.ter Scott a branch of the James Nonviolent i Coordinating No High school diploma required.
Community Center
for the demonstration and lectureby Committee; and John Lewis,
the deputy exalted ruler, Im-
Vogue of Charm. Lucky recipi- The social hour I
ents of door prizes will get a color photo by lively. Before the dinner was proved, Benevolent and Protective APPLY IMMEDIATELY IN PERSON OR RESERVE YOUR
Order of Elks of the
Glamor Studios, a handbag from Lory's, a hair hour, games were played. World. PLACE.

style from Cette Rosette and. a free charm Prize winners were: Mrs. The Rev Andrew Young,
course from Vogue's.A Percy (Eartha) \Styles, representing the Southern PL 7-8448
guest; Mrs. David A. (Lure .
special salute to all Boy Scouts and their !) Julius and Mrs. Clif- Christian Leadership Con- .n

leaders in honor of Boy Scout Day which was ford (Lucille) Rlou, club ference, attended the sessions Market Training i
members. Mrs. Styles and concurred in the ,
on Monday.
of the ,
shared her gift with Dr. principles statementbut
Joe Smith has returned to New York aftera Van Valchek.. ,- before the press con- '

visit with friends and his relatives, the Trot- Others present were: ference, returned to Selma, InstituteMiami's
Alabama where he is assis-
Mrs. William ,
man and Smith families.Congratulations (Miriam)
Stirrup, Mrs. Edwin (Ma- ting Dr. Martin Luther King
to Mr. and Mrs. Only Government Approved Cashier's School
Ardley jorie) Wake, guests; and in the voter registration
Richardson who celebrated their 20th wed- members Mrs John (Mat- According to the Cigar
ding tie) Darkley Mrs NN 7th Ave. at St.
anniversary. Many friends and relatives Cleve- Institute of America, more ,
were on hand to witness the celebration. land (Addle) Sampson, women are smoking cigars
Mmes. M. Athalie I -
Range, before.I
Mr. and Mrs. Phaion C. Hyche II (Hortense President; Ruth N. Polite, openly than ever

Jeanne Robinson have Secretary; Eddie Daniels,
accepted positions
,.,,. .
teaching in Baltimore. Phaion is teaching His- Blanche Dean, Naomi t('
Espy, Nellie Moore. r "
tory at Booker Washington No.
130. Jeanneis The next meeting will
teaching: at Samuel Gompers No. 298. be held Tuesday, Feb.

Orchids to Mrs. Jacob Bornstein and her 16, at the home of Mrs.

group of Temn Irraol Greater Miami i* o r Another John (Mattie interesting) Barkley.
the fine job they are doing with our preschoolers Ing is being planned. PIlL, ..J.
at J87: .SE 19th Street.

Orzella Ross is now employed with the 7th FAMU AlumniTo J\&i411e

District Guest Guard here in Miami. MeetThe :

Congratulations and best wishes to John J.

Miller and Mary J. Kennedy who were married Miami Chapter of rrIYOU'LL \
on Sunday; at the Church of the Open the FAMU Associationwill
Door. hold Its meeting at
the home of Oral A, Allen,
Scouts and Friends I t<
of Scouting are invitedto 1920 Golden Glades Drive,
their Look Wide International Festival"at Opa-locka. The meetingwill !

Manor P: rk beginning at 10 a.m. on February begin at 7:30: p.m. on Tb tx.
:20 in honor of Thinking Day to support Saturday, Feb. 13. All reports ,
the Juliette are to be completed -
Lowe World Friendship Fund. In writing.

The Church of the Incarnation's Annual Edwin Demeritte, pres- J
Mardi i Graft Dance will be held in the Starlight ident. Mrs. Marlon Allen

Room iV-'H.vne Terrace Hotel, Friday secretary. .
evening Feb 2G. x.t.

Miami Chapter of FAMU Alumni will meeton Lily Whites to bC37 -CIM C .. ....,)
Saturday evening at the home of Oral Allen Have CalendarTea
Hearts and Flowers wing their way with Feb. 21 q i

birthday \\nlies for Carolyn Miller, Inez
The Lily White Security
Spear Sloyn Jones, Chandra Felder, Rocella Heneflt Association cordially -
ForU-'on. Doris Smith Louise( Louise Shorters, Invites you to attend -
Benjamin Mor[ ;e. r-rancena Jones, Donald Its Calendar Tea

Smith, Maria W il! on. Nina Anders and Mildred Sunday. Feb 21 tit Dixie
Park Auditorium from :3
Moxie who celebrates her on Valentine's Day. to 0 p.m. Prize will l be WAL TZ I ;

Get well wishes to Weletha Flunory, Glo- ffivon.Mr. THROUGH

ria Green Marian Dean Dorothy Hepburn, *, M.ir-R.n-pt: Carey WASHOAr

David Bethel, Carmen Jackson, Genevieve Itnlph .lohnnn. illstrictdeputies.
Lockhart and Blanch Dean.
Mrs. Mary Jenkins should by the time
you Songs ,of Glory
read this have undergone surgery in Jackson SAVE MONEY ON CLOTHES WITH Aflameless

Hospital. fiends will be anxious for your early TV Program

return home, Mary.
The S o n i{ s of (}lory : ELECTRIC DRYEREverything
Sincere rymp&tliy to the Gaitor Family of .
will feature' the Church of
NW Fifth ]PJrn11(1\ to Die Ross family in the Cod In Christ; Choir of .'IJ
loss of their loved ones. South :Miami KJder Hors

Down from Cincinnati and the snow is William : ro 1Vatsun; i' pastor.
McCaleb, houseguest of Mattie Boggs.Mr. fiiio-ts\ are the Hells ofZin comes out sunshine-fresh. No lingering fumes or fuel odors.
and the Gospel'
and Mrs. George Sturrup, 1901 NW '..ettec. And you save some 300 hours a year spent on lugging heavy clothes-baskets

69th St. visited friends in Tamn\ last weekend. "l'I'nh.Enos, and *"to the backyard clothesline not to mention pin-ups and take-downs.
Miriam Stirrup 1235 NW 67th St. hostess Charlie Davis, the Coor-
iliiKilni-s.' (iforcp Living An electric dryer is cheaper to buy cheaper to use. And can be safely
to Garden Club
Friendship on Saturday at
si Inn. director.! We n\ r Pi installed wherever you want it.
her home.
a i.. klntf: all ';groups a n d See the newest innovations in improved, automatic flameless electric washers
HAVE you tried these six things Laughingat churches to send In their
difficulties and found them disappearing? announcements. To all and dryers at your appliance dealer.

Attempting heavy: responsibilities: and found choirs and groups, rehearsal -
Is on Monday nlcht.
them : Iirrhter7Facing
KroxvMH 7-0: to 10 p.m.
a bad situation and found it clearingup Thank you. Charlie Oa- '. _
? v-K #J i.--

Telling the truth and found it easiest way ---- :. -1

out? The first eleven monthsof .

Doing an honest day's work and found it 1964 saw cigar sales at
the all-time high volume of
rewarding? 8.6 billion units. The final L

Believing men honest and found them measuring month's sales, when tabulated FLORIDA POWER 8. LIGHT COMPANY
up to expectations? will push the figure
If so you have found happiness. above the 9 billion mark. HELPS BUILD FLORIDA


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,> Specials Good lira Sal., Feb. (ft at We/hr's IS'Oily.
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Fryers i ', 'lbfli!<: 25 .!j I 3 Ground Beef Ib 35c i


: Chuck Roast Ib 391:,! 3 Chops Ib'39c :E


: Chuck Steak Ib 491 :, : Sliced Bacon Ib 290


Short Rib Ib! 390 Franks "- 330"k

:.<& tPj t\l'. "..,,.,,.t"t >>' ,. ". -

|Birds Eye 10 ounce pkg. ;E FOLGER'S9ALL

.,Crt Corn, .2 for 33c., |Watermelons $1.79 upc.rrois
GRINDS With $7.50 Order or More
,Eye Chopped "")
\\Bird. |
,' CHICKEN OF THE SEA Va Size Can Chunk Style ; 2pks"'} : I9c
Broccoli IQoipk 23c
Tuna 3 for 890KRAFT t
\ DAIRY I (Potatoes 70 tts, 69c

[Eggs Florida Grade 3 "A"rfoz Smpll$1.00 ;\ Mayonnaise qt jar 490 ::Apples DELICIOUS. 3' (lbs 39c


Buffer\\ lb.. 59c :f Grape Jelly 100 ...>.>,*FOR.,. .,' .YOUR,, CONVENIENCE'
Master's Lg. or small curd,, 12,oz. ff r ., Our. ,' ,Service Includes. ,
I KRAFT 18 Ounce Bottle Assorted Varieties V :* t
If Cottage Cheese ?9c O Payroll Check Cashing
{Kraft Cracker Barrel Mello Wedge : Bar-B-Q Sauce ,35 0 Money Orders
o Key Making. .
(hees!' 8 oz 45c I I --.-- .-. ". ." O Receiving Light ,Bill.. Payments.
; \__ Z' _' ": : _\ K ',:{{:.' '(>>\ ; "$i :". _.' '_,::J:?- -} 'ti -,'' '

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HUNT'S 300 Size Can \ ?<>30', >" ; "f'<";;'j..','' ;"':'''&" *"w\4i., ..,,'>,'> \01>... ..
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gam GOLDEN HAVEST 303 Size : v:r' ; ,
Cocktail 5 for $1.00HUNT'S :Cut Green Beans 2 for '25c

Peaches 6 for $1.00 RITZ ASSORTED FLAVORS

Yrr EELBECK 5 LB. BAG Canned Sodas 12 for 89c

Meal or Grits 39c .
20 LB. BAGCharcoal
Lima Beans 19c Briquets 89c


,Punch 'i 3 for,.,. ..x $1.00, '$:,. "" "iiii THE MIAMI HERALD mmmm m mmfmu mmtmml nm

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TH E MIAMI I TIMES. Friday, February 12, 1965 7
oooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Hamilton ------......-

This Week in Negro History i Celebrate 30thAnniversary 1I ,

oooooooooooooooooooooooooooo I Y. I

Feb. 7, 1787 The African Q.
Methodist Episcopal Mr and Mrs William I
Church! began functioning in Philadelphia, Hamilton. Sr. Florence)
under the leadership of Richard. Allen. celebrated their 30th wed- I
dlnir anniversary Jan. 31. I
Feb. 7, 1850 -, Richard E. Moore, first Negro The party seemed morea W ra

to, receive a commission, captain in the Illinois P -H numhered family some reunion fiO or which more r a I

National Guard; was born in Brownsville, Pa. relatives. I
His outfit later became the famed 18th Infan-
try Regiment, Illinois National Guard. Helping to celebrate I
their anniversary were I
Feb. 18, 1010! The Boy Scout a their children, William Jr,
movement was Dale H. Uptgrow, Con-
started in U. S.
San Antonio, "T xlr stance and Joy Hamilton
man David L. Jones son Also the mothers of the
8, 1947 .Sister 'Bakhita
Josephine former of Mrs. Lee Jones of 12220S. couple, Mrs. Anna Farqu- FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY I
slave from Darfur, Sudan, died in Schio, W. 218th St., Goulds, harson and Mrs. Clemen-
a small village in northern Italy. She had been FJa, has been selectedfor tine Hamilton

taken to Italy by her owner and was freed technical training a s The happy occasion was ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION I
through the intercession Of un air policeman at Lack all and
Pope Pius X in civil enjoyed hy every-
court. She is now a candidate for beatifica- land AFB Tex one wished the couple 10 YEARS IN SHOW BUSINESS I I
tion in the Catholic Church. Airman Jones, who enlisted many more happy year!!!
in the Air Force: a The couple wishes to I
Feb. 9, 1870 Allen University, Columia, short time ago, has just thank everyone for the 1
S. C., was founded. completed his basic military many useful gifts. SAM & DAVE I
training. School!* at
Feb. 9, 1906 Internationally famous poet, Lackland: are part of the HAT BOX

Paul Laurence Dunbar, died in Dayton, Ohio, mand vast Air system Tranlng which Com-trains Watch for "Grand Opening PLUS I I I

at age 36. airmen and officers in the Hats" for ladies and LITTLE EDDIE TAYLOR jj

Feb. 10, 1854 Joseph C. Price, orator- diverse the nation's skills required aerospace by children THE FABULOUS I I

educatorfounder of Livingston College, Salisbury force '
N. C, ((1879) was born. Died in 1890. 6318 N.W. 15TH AVENUE ENTIRE SIR JOHN REVUE
The airman is a lOM: Friday, Saturday & Sunday Ladies Free Before 10 p.n.
Feb 12, 1790 Anti-Slavery Memorial School graduate o f Mays( High 9.9 pag Every night except Saturday

signed by Benjamin Franklin I.
Feb. 12, 1809 Abraham Lincoln the r---------'I

Great Emancipator, and 16th President of the g Make your reservations now for the swingln' I I
U.S., was' born in Harding County, Ky. I I
About the Unitarian Religion! I MASQUERADE BALL j jI
Feb 12, 1859 Arkansas Gov Elias N. WED. FEB. 17 I

Assembly Conway signed expelling into all law freed an act Negroes of the and General mu- I I How many Negroes know how welcome they II I I Sponsored by the North-South Golf Officials m

would be in any of the Unitarian churches or
lattoes from the State of Arkansas.Feb. .
I fellowships? We of the North Dade Unitarian I| NOTICE I

12, 1865 The Rev. Henry H. Garnett Universalist Fellowship wish to emphasize I I Starting Feb. 27 and continuing thru the entire summer, "
pastor, 15th Street Presbyterian Church, in with of Beach's I )
I I the Knightbeat, in cooperation one Miami
desire II
Washington, D. C. became the first Negro minister to encourage members of all races to I
I famous hotels, will bring you the top stars in the entertainment I
to deliver a sermon in the U. S. House of join us -t services Sunday mornings, at: |I world. i

Representatives I 1225 NW Zed Avenue I II II I!

Commercial Gardening Please bring your children to attend church

I school at the same time. For further information: II

Course to be OfferedThe I Please call I iI II BEAT i

PL 7-5314 276 NW 6th St. FR 3-3381 A
Commercial, Gardening techniques Aepz.At to sitT. *ple, easytofollow or 691-7025 J
course will be offered : .-sewn-esasselsmI -rs seasse 'f

again to all gardeners l each lesson instuic-. I ILouis; .1. Dulgle l : :is.sU
want of to Dade learn: County about who tugs will answer questions) taut County AgriculturalAucnt. ...... ............ .. ...
more from I ho gl'uUP11'. Voas, a graduate of the1'nhi.T.Mt.v
plant culture in South !local landscape architect. of Florida FOR THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATES '
Florida. .CALL''
.Mr. Coldwutcr: ,
Mr. DIII'lt'lIHI \\ )hu has had \\Idc tXIl
Gardeners who ; Dr. Dullon: of the Imi-p In Florid. as a hor
county .\ ;I'It lIJttll'l Hxtcniun I kId!in-let anti garden
from other of the
United States learn Service staff, gull ICK; hrr: Ho j Is the host of
Ralph Whiteoil (producer. Tie' current "1'r'oplcalOtI'dlJ1pr" BONDED
that different practices &
willisslM: In pi('sc lnti : TV program
mut be adoptel in orderto
successfully i m-.!! I thisThen .o\lt..t'. litl'JlK channel 2. that ,
grow plants -
'an bo et'ii each Tuesday! '
in tin environment of will i hI' .1 I r..jiI : 01
.1.; 7W::: > p.m
higher mean temperatures I irjition Ice ofTeacher ti:!,uu.) RENTAL
and I For further InformationW.r
higher humidity
ample rainfall. of this: COUIM-. I.'lIl1t' n; !> 13S7

here Residents many who years have show been a STOREWIDE CLEARANCE AGENCY INC.

keen interest in l learningmore
about the moisture, TREMENDOUS DISCOUNTSON I

nutrient, light and other ALL NEW AND USED PIANOS & ORGANS
requirements that are
necessary for optimum TAeAeirVeriafUeOrfiitiiitho W.r''' rile Ameslne '

growth. a@uwmt.
Lessons will he held $ AGENCY IN THE SOUTH; OPERATING IN
each Tuesday from 7:30: ,
until 10 p.m. at the Coun- t ORGAN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.
ty Agricultural Agent's PRESIDENT
office, 2G90 NW 7th Ave. Eetr tiPhy-CCLCRCLO
beginning March !U a n U Kijiuriliiitsif GEORGE P. HARTH, GENERAL MANAGER
ending April :L'7. Maesal Batiste C..trel + t ti

l'UUl'se Dining the following this 8-week sulv-} ** Mill..T..PrillsRipiatPircusliiprtrifci + ; *ANAGI ;ANp MAINTAINING. MORE'THAN ,., I

jf.'ctJol111 be covered! uiyueitlit effects"Strinh( B ,{ : : ,. < '10,000 HOUSING UNITS ,: .4
11111"Raeje,Maodolie,ltc.) "f
I I'Miu *nit-lure anti! fun +
lion tiictois that affect 5 YEAR WARRANTY + Bonded also has employment service at main office
plant growth, landscaping -
your South Florida BUY NOW fASY ItRMS 495 TO u + 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
home establishing a n d PRICES t
maintaining Florida lawns, START AT. 'A'f fvl)(tin* public relations l department to Assist you In solving. your problems

fertilizers Ida for South Flor-, i iiT ',";Phil n nttt of cars giving d-jor to door service for tenants convenience '\,. :
plant propagation
Come in for Free Demonstration of the Amazing < :
seed.-, cuttings, layering, ':|feif; v0n; .night, and .Sundays. for emergency, service call PL 9-8733:
IJuddlng and grafting controlling ... .
lAND cymbal .r..r'' ,
THOMAS lOX .cll..r" *
insect pests and (.((...t,.l.v.,blMk' ,knt.,.n.r.A bran ye.drum.H .t..M.k.ty.. MAIN OFFICE-
pant, diseases, dooryard I..!y.11I h."....mfl.t..H..n.t y..r .......4.Of.,...,.$Hi L J
vt'Ktuhle gardening tropical 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-8733

Vandalism done few U all. Please' .
Cadi pet-sun taking the by a expensive to help us stop unnecessary evlf
course will receive a note- PIANOS ORGANS_ C.A. Lockhart, Public Relattons Director

book containing information e WALNUT SPINET BALDWIN. $495
on all subjects cover- leautifulFinish $379 OROASONIC '-M,a---w" 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU a'
ed in this course. Beside*
the notebook each person HAAOMAN MINI THOMAS $395
will receive 379 2 MANUALFAMOUS 17325 Homestead Ave. 3-8416
enrolled Agricultural Wonderful Tint 1163 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR
Extension Service S BRAND' CE 5-3553
bulletins plus an attractive BALDWIN IUILT $595 Sing i I 2 Html )\ 1675 N.W. 62nd St. OX 6-2467
$275 1019 Hammandville Rd. I
handbook "Florida GlAND PIANO Free ,{ 3801 Grand Ave. HI 5-1381
Plant Selector," whichis a B2FREXCHPROy.$1 r Pompano WE 3-3235 4240 N.W. 27th Ave. NE 5-3466

u guide to choice und GULBRANSENSPINET, 5389 095 ,) 14255 N.W. 22..d Ave. 2026 N.W. 75th St. 696-3322 I
use of over 100 l landscape SPINET 1YIL OLOI Opa-Iocko MU 8-0617
plants used In landscaping : ) 2060 N.W. Ct.
South Florida homeR HOUSE of PIANOS and ORGANS .... ... M 'N__,.wP,

.In presenting this course 13641 N.W. 7f AVE. 681 3713
film-', slides: charts and KIT nose X-WAT ATMA-UCU use I...tM$T VU Men..11IUIJ..KUIVU.QULBRANSEN .
>specimen plants will Inured W'I

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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 12, 1965.L
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; The beJUllcKms of West Friday at 2 p.m. :.t( I h e BRIGHTFUTURE
Hollywood and Hallandale chapel| a'a requestedby
r Ir the deceased. He left
G are thanking everyone
rf' who attended their dance to mourn his wire IHon-,
f Monday night at the Paradise nie Mat md three broth
Club In I.Iberia. Mrs. en and a sUter of Miami.
Emma Hill of Koit I Lauderdale ----
won the beautiful Mattli1 Williams and
wig that was Jlvenlvuy" I Elijah liven both of
North Miami heath were
married Sunday at 1:30
The VKW Post S1T> win i pin, at the Church of
, hold Ito next meeting at God In Chi'1st. 1213 Hal
the new post home at landale heath Blvd.
h'j ISW SW 17th St.. Pembroke -
L4 Vrts' toad! FeW. 21
Mattie Is the daughterof
Lee Wil I
Mrs. Mary
Willie P. Hollie. veteran )liams. Reception was held .....,..'. .
art of 4220( SW 28th St died Orlando $t'
I the Veterans HospitalIn at the home of ,
at Coral Gables Wednesday Green, brother of Elijah. tm".i ': ,benefits of
t- Services will he held HIT: NW 152nd Terre e l h. ltttR..i .. Now''

At an Impressive instal- Claudia Townsel, 1st. tion. The featured enter- Miamicm Named Official Leader ors.. ,"eer. : hired 01 lowkyt
lation ceremony on FridayFebruary5th- vice-president; Mrs. Marie tainment of the afternoon I' )Rtftial lobs?
. Simpson, 2nd vicepresident was musical selections by'
at Jollivette Plaza Senior ; Chester Townel Mrs. Marie I Bala- of Peruvian Stideit Group :.aelae 0'Miami
6319 24th ; retiring president whois ban. She completely _
Center, N. W. : cap- the main center of utt! Collect
place, Lucius L. Simon handing the gavel to tivated the audience with Announcement was made state and for the the i lI youPlace
became the new presidentof Lucius L. Simon, the new :her melodious renditionsof recently by the National Stu- activity group ) NM* as
the membership assoc- president; W I 1 1 i f o r d "Hey Look Me Over", dent Council and the Ohio- following have been selec- :Vital port ol,the bus!I.
iation, Martin Fine, chair- Young treasurer and "As Long As Hie Needs West Virginia Area Council ted to host the Peruvians yi '
man of the Board of Com- Martin Fine. Mrs. Lillie Me" and "I Believe." The of the YMCA that Boswell during their visit: Wilberforcc twFtRttc "*rW..,_ ; More. earlMore !
missioners, Miami Housing Doby, secretary was unable senior citizens participated Roberts has been named the University, Ohio State Uni- "";" :,security"" of
Authority, is shown in to attend. heartily with Mrs. Bal- official United States host versity, Ohio Wesleyan Uni-
the above picture instal- nban in several spiritualsand and leader of the student exchange versity, Dennison University, t iMlk \ 1 W"' $ that' make
the officers. Shown Father Gibson gave the patriotic numbers. Oberlin College and the
ling group visiting this k itratrth: living. Call
invocation and henetllc- Student Christian i| .
left Mrs. Cleveland
o right are: country from Peru Jan. 31-
March 15. Young Mr. Roberts Union. The group will also t* 'l ri t find out for
along with eleven other college visit New York and Washing- :MH""*hot+r, can
students, participatedin 11if \"'"
FOR SALE MOTORS TRANSMISSIONS a similar exchange program Young Roberts 19,a sop- t*i,training for a
entitled "Building for homore at Wilberforce Uni- 1l+HMe a*:. .Sttnogrop
2, 3, 4, a e d roo. CBS OVERHAULED OVERHAULED Brotherhood Workcamp", versity, and a graduate of *" :: .
House$100 Dow*. Fro where they served as U.S. Miami Northwestern Senior tiirftSecretory i;: BookEk

$60 oitb. No closing l ambassadors to Pint, for ,High Class of 1963, accreditshis .*ptr.. ,Accountant,
4950 2950 is the and leadership ability to the "
1964.He youngest Cte i
costs. rfc.1'rpi
t the first Negro student to lead role he played in the student ,
.... 'em and to host an international body of Miami Northwesternas 'iI ""i .
KING REALTY, INC. N. M.MV ,.*. AH Wwfc UIlCelNlltl..11y areroaree d group in this country.As Student Council President. : .Civil. ;StHct
OF MIAMI FREE TOWING 151.9159 FREE TOWING leader of the group of Boswell of his was class also and salutatorian is I}j;'t:;:;.,....<, .. .", '
seventeen Peruvian students, pre- +
E96i1 NW 1TH AVENUE LARRY'S GARAGE, Inc. he was on hand to greet themin sently an "A" student at !!,, ':'Of'HI..Ltf ,
Miami upon their arrivalJn Wilberfoce, President of the tJ- -
751-9708 7801 N.W. 7th Avenue Class, President s"
the U.S. on Sunday, Jan. Sophomore :
$\ ,..
31. He immediately accom- of the YMCA,Vice President ; "
panied the group on their of the Science Club, and a ..Social I,Payment
southern AtlantaOa., member of the International I tf.....,
-Wauut1UUs.....-.__.. .. ...._... ...iiinimiiratimitiniiinminiii. where they tour will to spend three Student Committee of the :t :.JtUnj"

B I_ days touring the city before Y. He plans to be a neurolo- ,+.Frt.Job PloctnwnStrvlct
= ANNOUNCEMENTREV. g leaving for the University of gist. <
R= Kentucky,the group will par- Congratulations to Bos- ,'t' sk:.
-i ticipate in an Appalachian well and his parents, Mrs. ,:ft\:" I:
= = project. Jessie Hill,Iiialeah. and Mr. .:
; Since Ohio is the hosting Boswell Roberts, Sr., North
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I was reading a new. release that came into ,
the office this "
week which began: : <' ..
fr y.
"The average motorist considers himself a ; /
'good driver'. Call him an amateur and he ,' "
.would be highly insulted," I;1: Rev. Alfolza

That paragraph put me in a statistical- "
mood or something in that general: nature. C. MOlill

I have. been driving for over 25 years with
one accident chalked up against me. Yet I'm 'r'Cogdell '""' BROADCASTS FROM
not a professional driver, and won't feel too 6 TO 7 AM MONDAY TO
badly if someone" would say, "Boy, you sure Elected { FRIDAY 6 AM TO I PM
drive bad. Of course I would argue the pointa "l ,
little.In SUNDAY 'v' Y
Walter C.Cogdell has been
elected the position of Vice
my opinion, mind you, I consider the truck President of Franklin Federal A a w'
driver who pushes his heavy vehicle over all Savings & Loan Associationof
kinds of road in all kinds of weather at speedsup Miami.Mr. iU VT'-j
to 60 miles an hour who'are pros. Cogdell,. a foumirng
director of the Federal Is I
These drivers get into accidents too, but if also on the Executive Combine ----- -T ..
you check, the cause usually indicates some- e of the association. }'",
one else is A graduate of Columbia : I
wrong. University, for the past ten 0" 11.. "
How about when you are driving behind a years he has been principalof ,i. : .
motorist who fails to make a proper signal. He He was ElementarySchool. also Dean of
might just turn left, right or upside down, and Florida Memorial College St. !
from the wrong lane. Augustine, and Dean of Wal-
ker Business College, Jack- it
What gets me most while motoring along i is sonville.Mr. fro Ray \
the "tail-gater." He is the fellow who follows Cogdell is a member a
you too closely. ,Many times on highspeed of the Florida Educational '
highways I would pull to the side and let this Association, Board of Direc- BROADCASTS FROM
character go about his business You should tors Council of the of Churches Greater and Miami is 7:15: TO I M I PM NIGHTLY i

keep one-car length behind for every 10 miles. active i in YMCA and Boy SUNDAY TO FRIDAY ,, ,{ ,
Scouts activities.
Have you ever driven down a narrow city lie resides with his wife,
street and here comes a moron with his: brighton Catherine, at 1740 N.W. 55th I
? You would be mad enough to get out and Street. They have one son,
punch him in the nose. It is difficult to Ii e e W.F. Cogdell, in New Lon-
where you are headed, right smack into himor don, Connecticut.
run off the road. Really good drivers, under I'
ordinary driving conditions keep lights dimmed ,
rather than switching from dim to high beam LIB-CITY WAME 1260 OH YourPRINTING Dial "J 4 4W
constantly as on coming cars approach. I

Driving i is a full time job. How about those -
who drive without tail lights, or with a single ,
front beam, with young children or dogs in f
their laps, timid drivers who are afraid to passa SUN. MOM. TUE. WED. J;
slow moving vehicle when it is possible to \,
do so. An impatient driver will]] attempt to pass some women
several cars and whammo! Another statistic can't help being ?

what they are... I

WELL I'LL BE DARN J It says right 4ch re
that seven comedians are in training at our
Seaquarium for the Florida Exhibit next year $
at the World's Fair. They are supposed to thrill E4T Offset
the crowds with feats of leaping 10 feet in the ,. Letterpress .
from the lips of '"w,
air and taking a cigarette
their director! Guess how they keep in shape?
Wrong! They eat 25 pounds of mullet anti herrings -

a day. No kidding ;We Print Everything Except MOIIIY--

And did you know that the Seaquarium! is wr.tsewssnmc.aKIM .'",. ,
a Sea School and Underwater University and LAURENCE
charm school for J porpoises with theatrical ambitions "
? A famous graduate i is Flipper star! oi NOVAK HARVEY
TV and movies! HWSOKRSCTMWGHMfSBedtimeStory

Oh Here' Something! While a pint of


mins or proteins necessary to the human body
No kidding? Geez, and I donated a pint oi /
blood just Wednesday to the 'bank.' All right

watch your mouth! ______ Between Cards

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and dining room, lovely kitchen. Low down payment, $77 Programs
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Huge 3 bedroom,terrific deal and low price to people with
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2 bedroom, CBS, 2 baths. Extra lot, huge corner. $400
down, $65 month, $9,000total, FHA. I
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Call Owner direct 945-9886 1 :r
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j C r Miss Florida

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Soight for

4 r ,>,' Natioiil IrouetMify

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,\ I;' Coitest

The nation's rUst nationally

; Beauty Pageant coordinated is offered Negro
for the first time to Florida
"Miss Tan America of
1965" will be selected in
Dallas Texas in April. Representatives -
from all so
states are expected to compete
for the coveted title and
the prizes and opportunities:
that accompany it. Contestants
will compete in swimsuits
evening gowns and
talent presentations being
: 7P considered for beauty,talent,
: i R poise grooming and persona.
: lity.
a The competition to select:
the Florida representative
will be held March 20th at a
public event in Bayfront
Park Auditorium in Miami.
Contestants must be U.S.

y ? < ... citizens between the ages
-- of 17 and
h 27. never have
the former manager been married and reside or
the Edison Center attend school in the state of
E who Is now the Su- Fla.
for all of Lory's The top prizes for the
still has her office national winner include a
Edison Center. Mr. test recording
screen contract -
Green and Mr. Mar- and scholarships,while
W. Smith, executives
prizes for the state winner
the ten Lory stores
include trophy wardrobe,
I have their offices at
and gifts yet to be named.
The state-wide contestis
AH members of the staff being conducted by Inter-
; : you to come see national Charm Association,
: : ;; whether you need a Inc., 280 41st Street Miami
I : dress, to find an Beach. All girls desiring
: : : in the area, or entry blanks may request
s... ,r .a- 1, to open a new busi- same in writing or by calling -
i' In Edison Center. Mr. Ted Cohen. Executive -
a. : 151224'1' you will find the Director at 538-9740.
J r a
of Commerce The public is invited to nominate

1 I, j Edison Center. girls.



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AlalJUma Hill" to his 0> I 1
Irian Opus Appliance StoreMr. friends.. Mr. Lehman has 4A.
Inns I Iwen Interested In ed- <.11,4. '. ; ; ,: :
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William Lehman ihi iliunH in the UaiMl. ucation. Ho attended the >. : .,: ,...:'t t:' ;. ?' I .M,'.,." :, < ..iv.. ,,.,,,,,,, ,, >"Jt.I
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been.a business was :i member h University of Miami and "wo
of t ,
has long e "
who \ ;c ) p..? \: : { ; "
man in the Edison Varsity Tennis Team, and has taught at Miami Nor- ?,:\.. .. ...wt11 \ I; t." 1!<(&', ,. ', ,
Center area on NW 7th was a member of the Student land Senior High School. ftJ.trEm I I ; ,t;'{ ,; l'I
('s)uptcil fur Ai the lime he i Is '
\ve. has recently expanded thro v present : \'4. ,::i
his business enter- ytvus.At tl'l'IlllI In the evening at .Fired ,4... qS
Special- .."
1 In addition to his I IbltferJUl1tv! .Junior Col Pants I "' :1I
Car business Mr. the piest'iil: time MrMnhly lejje in the'Communlcat! w 1 w. : 1
Used I
has just opened 1 h a full time student ioii Department.Mr. ; FRQ1TU.955.iti \,{ :;
Lehman al I>atl. ,;,, ,SS ,
William Lehman County J.Junior II ,, .
the new Colic!ze here he I Itnljurln Is 1.I h man is the < I '< '' .,' >' t,I
at 7131 :
,\ppllancc Ave.Store This weekMr. ;; in ArchitecturalTrrhHoIuyy. l father I IIf I three children<< : Gl4..L ,p,o rt t Coats I"} l;
NW 7th He eventual- Mill Jr.. a :2nd Llpulenant tailored Ito ;lY}>>.r jolisfac* I / *"est C"
announced '
Lehman of I.,. h'.piv ii, !heroine a stationed in Korea. nil i I "Ioi: ,1 ,.,i:,,
ihe apiKilntmenl a newsalesman 1 I j' .. JI
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will Join the firm upon| 1 "
Arnold Mobley. draftsman and then a n J "
Completion of his tour of t .:
:Ir.Iuhlv: came lu member architect.of Mr. Mobley is a duty in October, %.".. Expert remodeling and alterations. f'/: ., :hair stylists:: :11
'Augusta. Cn., Omega Upsilon Kathy Is ;a recent Edison Perfect. .gwaran- I 1 '
Miami from :
XI fraternity that has as teed ? .: : :
when he wi< two and Mish School: 1 graduate and\ >every m. ; "'. "f\ ; JIItj:1 ;
f "
uld. He I I.. its major project to work i is: now a soph more at the <> > mot. >> ;llt < '.B'I : ,,I
-half '* r .
uix years on Urban Renewal.Mr. *. > -! !li ...'' 4" ,
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Iligh School of the Lehman has been The: third eh lid, Tom. ,la a A.'r''!'!''' -,' BEAUTY SALON ;fl'
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:\It.1nhlc)' jdtiyed Ave. since 191(;. Known as I I.- 1
Mann Junior High School. I new. Already
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Ft. Lcwderdal Leads, in BvildiNg

City building figures second $31,105, 001. Miami Miami lleach $3,108,185;
leleased for 11)01 show Ft. I la third with $17,791,100. Miami Shores $1,511,910,
l.iu state: with a total of :J17; Fort Lauderdale by 517119.
$72,550.1113., Tampa comes the Sea $9.159.999;; North

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Young and Angel lloi"- 'J-lLll" fchairman nf pick
The Friendly Circle celebrated -
its Third Annual roughs Ushers; M r s. committee; Mrs.
Christmas dinner partyon Hloneva Monroe, Presi- Marsh,
December 17th, 1905 at dent; Mrs. Olive Curry, kins, Mrs. Louise Felton FINE USED CAR SPECIALS
St. Agnes Social Hall. Financial Secrtary; Mrs. Miss Leona Combie. !
Mildred Wilford, Chair- Paula Archer Mrs. Naomi
Minnie Left to Murphy right seated, Chaplain: Mrs.; man of social committee, Hishop. Members not in '64 RAMBLER American 4-door Sedan. Radio,I 4
Mrs. Susie Williams recording picture tire Mi':s. Beatrice heater,reclining seats.Quantity '
Mrs. Ellen Gresham, assistant .
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secretary Arnold Miss Constance limited ..RiRR.RrRSRR..R./. 11i1 Price
queen of the Circle for Standing are: Mrs. Flos Hopkins, Mrs. Muney
1JC5; Mrs. Lula Mae Yan- sie Robertson, assistant Mrs. Annie :'
cle treasurer Mrs. McLaughlyn, \ t CO Custom 2.door Hardtop. r Classic 4..doer Station
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University of Miami Division kind and Mass Media: Mon Mrs. Leonard Silverman is RJ.\NE RAMBLER = *14
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Noted California -- --:: : : -;::: ) ulI.11I\1rL "lFfJ.lll.tdJ1
Artist Visits

I. recent visitor in the h DANDRUFF.f(
Miami area was Miss Irene
B. Sawyer of Berkley, Cal. i E; ITCHY SCALP? f ffI
__ Miss Sawyer flew to MIami -
4 L'I .. following the opening ;t FALLING HAIR? {
reception of her art \1
exhibit sponsored by Ruth 1
L I 4 Sherman Gallery, 305 E. t K EH Lp :
72nd St., New York City. t ER'E' IS 1 II
1 H ;
Sawyer's paint-
: S ings and collages are unusual y j, r
in creations, beautyand I \ .

4 i treatment.She USE 1NUKAIII i {

is on leave from I'
4. her regular duties as an 1f":'"
.r> art Instructor In the school .,J :: ::i J (

system of Berkeley. At ','. CONDITIONING CREAM
present she Is working \
} with
t directly Berkeley's
--.c-:7 Board of Public Instruc- It GUARANTEED TO HELP YOUR CONDITION J ,

It's all smiles as mem- Louise Roberts. tion writing for publication ; OR YOUR MONEY BACKNUICAIRhighly }
rs of the Florida Char- Standing: John A. Sams, ed to the betterment and a series of textbooks
ity of Miami, Inc. meet Miss Rhodia A, Pleasure, well-being of all of the on the history of
I for -family portrait," Eddie L. Hillman, Mrs. people of this area who Berkeley.Miss "
are fortunate than
Eleanor Stubtfe
Seated to the extreme Benny
la Miss Louise B. O'Berry and Mrs. Lula M. we are. Sawyer, the daughter -
right ,
Wynn, president of the Arline.tio Stubbs Not shown and : Joshua Hora- The purposes of this organization Sawyer of Mr.,and is a Mrs.graduateof LeonL. s medicated to help retarded hair growth ,

]organization.Other Hillman. are to relieve Mills College and holdsan ;and give you fast relief of Dandruff, Itchy Scalp
members are: the poor aid the sick, the M. A. degree In Fine
(Mrs. Jean Pieze, Mrs. The Florida Charity of distressed and helplessand Arts from that school >and Falling Hair. Ask for it at your favorite J
receive and distribute
Miami Inc Is She has done advanced
Marietta Dullard and Mrs. a nonprofit !
organIZation dedicat750 : donations and supplies. graduate work at Callfor- eauty salon or drug store.A .
-To teach the virtue of na ("olleee of Arts and
Crafts Columbia Univer- Three Month Supply Only $1.50
.Jj JlIIIIIIIIIIII r II u n [ : :: :' self-respect and foster ,
the dignity of the indivi- sity and the University of
dual. Berkeley.She .
The duties performed Is iin active member 89 C
by this organization since of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. CREAM PRESS.O BERGAMOT
its inception date are: Her father is a Floridian t
Purchasing of clothing a native of Key West SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH PRODUCTS {
and shoes for preschooland and a nephew of the late f
school age children, James I) Roberts Sr.. who 1293 N.W. SECOND AVENUE. PHONE 754-6201 \ \
providing valuable toys was ji well)) known pioneer n
and clothing for childrenat citizen of Key West.
Christmas and render- r.i5'J'A: .;1
ing aid to mothers and While In Miami, Miss
widows who are in dis- Sawyer was the houseguest
tress. of her cousin, Mrs. HOME STUDY COURSE FOR
-TRzSDELWExI. DRUG Irene Roberts Straughter.Miss .
At our Janpary meeting received
NW 15th AVENUE Harold JoUlTCtte Muster Sawyer CIVIL SERVICE EXAMSP.O.
plans were discussed to many social courtesies
: invite other charitable- while in Miami. Among
minded persons Into the which was an Egg Nogg Box 174 -o- Grotigny Branch
organization. Our mem- Sip at the home of Mr. Miami Florida 33168
Free Job bership drive is in pro- anti !Mr*. Thomas .J ont''''. ,
Traisi g for cess. An open invitation Copyright 1962
I Is extended to all persons Assisting Mrs. Jones" in DO YOU WANT A BETTER FUTURE?............ .. ..
interested in becoming her, duties' us hostess were ; WOULD YOU PREPARE FOR GOVERNMENT WORK?. to
Machine: Shop OperatorsUnemployed affiliated to meet with the :Mrs Dorothy inihtim, ,
If fill this form and mall
group Feb. 25 at 5901 NW who received quests. Mrs. so, out It today to the above address -
:9th Ave. Juanita Lane ,men are ur- To qualify for this job
[gently needed to fill twenty- training Tyson said, a per- Ruth Williams presided at Dot ........... .. ... 196........
I five vacancies ins job train- son must be 16 years of gage r 1 the ,refreshment tables.A Name.. .. ... ... ........ .....Phone No. .. ..........

ling with a pay course for or older and unemployed. To ; Address .. ... .. .. .. ... ..... Ctty and State ..... .
[factory machine shop machine receive a weekly allowancea Matinee Concert Benefit Miami Branch : Age.. ..Morlta I Status .... .No. of Dependents ... '.
operators by the Florida person must be over 16 1. Did you finish grade school?. .... ..High School... ...
[State Employment Service years unemployed have at I College. .... ..
(I said Harry L. ,Tyson. Miami least 2 years of previous ex- Featuring: IN PERSON. 2. Do you really want to work for the Government? ... ..
Metropolitan Area Manager perience in any kind of work,
I for the 3. Hove you taken a Civil Service Exam.Results ..
FSES. be the head of a family or
Tyson said that the job household or be a member ofa ED SULLIVANTelevision's What kind of work would you like to do? .. ......... ..
I will start on February 15th family or household where 4. Have you studied for a Civil Service Exam?. .. .... .. '
will last 20 weeks and that the head of the family or Most Popular PersonalityCOUNT 5. Are you a veteran?...... .00 you draw disability?.....
trainees will receive from household i s unemployed. 6. Would you be willing to spend a little money for the
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training. interested in learning to be i 4 7. Would you sincerely go through this training UNTIL
Tyson added that the need a factory machine operator and his Great Band : you reached success?. ..... ..

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in Dade County and that Office located at Heading List of famous Name Stars
all jobs in this filed Industrial a 9. What hours do you work at the present? .............
pay excellent 1350 N.W. 12th Ave. pr call
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steady employment. tion immediately. notify you as what you can qualify for, approximately how
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CtYITAL CUAI I work for the with benefits
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: 14 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday February 12. 1965Ii'

Ii'i I. 'like, ,y'OU.r, potiiMs to Church llffii1P! I

St. Barnabas W. M. ST. JAMES A.MJE. B-CC Chorale To Friendship M.B. Transfiguration Church Church of Open Door

Rev. E. A. Culmer pastorR. Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor Rev. J, E. Jenkins pastor (Episcopal) Rev. H. C. McDowell

Richardson reporter Bert Cooper, reporter Appear atEbenezer Ruby Lee Carr reporter On Sunday all day the pastor

Services last Sunay Things are beginning to Sunday Services were church will be in chargeof A. E. McNeal. reporterSunday
were high and attendedby "pop" around St. James. Sunday school and ser- was a gala dayat
spiritually high throughout -
every one Rev. New- The long, hard road towards The Concert Chorale of the day with our pas- vices. For Sunday school the Open Door. It was
bold and his lovely wife the building of the Bethune-Cookman Col- tor delivering both morn- the following will parti- our beloved pastor'sbirthday

the daughter of Mr. and new St. James has been lege which consists of 35 Ing and evening Sermons.We c 1 pat e Superintendent The Ladies Fel-
Mrs. Sidney TrotmanheIs Gwennette Simons; Teachers lowship under the guidance -
cleared of one big obstacle. mixed voices will appearat are progressing s o
the pastor at the Ebe- The bank has approvedthe Ebenezer Methodist nicely working under the Sharon Fennell; Ali- of Mrs. Thena
nezer W. M. Church in Church cia Smith; Sheila C. Crowder, made him very
loan and work on the on Sunday, Feb. guldence of this God sent
Delray Beach Fla. Rev. church should begin in 15 14, 11 a.m. man. Now that our church Clarke; Sheryl Lewis; and happy by having a birth-

Newbold preached a days. will be taken by the Fed- Eadron Andrews! ; Secretary day dinner with the
The 1964-65 edition of eral Aid Highway Patricia Smith. A t church family and friendsin
His text
touching sermon. But there the chorale is the 10:45 Solemn '
It are many under the members are in a build- a.m. the parish hall. 'He
was about opportunity. bridges to cross. The direction of Thomas D. Sung Mass Leo Armbrister had an unusual birthdaycake
Ing Fund Drive. So
the heart w e
was touching members will have to Demps, a member of the Jr.. will read the sermon with the symbol of
and soul. He and his wife are planning Home Com-
.buckle down and face music faculty and i Hospitality: June
a graduate the United Church of
invited us to be their mlng Day Feb. 28. for all
their Williams Ushers Raci
obligations. of Bthune Cook- ; :
Christ inscribed In
guest for the dedicationof of our former members the
College and Columbia Uni- Rice; Anthony Armbrister
their' New Church. Sun- Members are being urg- 'Verslty. Please plan to worship and Richard Miller There center.
day Feb. 14th also to celebrate ed to make a pledge towards with us on Feb. 15, Rev, will also be corporate Prior to the dinner our

his birthday on this effort and to The Concert Chorale'srE'pertory Paul Freeman and his communion for all of the churdh was the scene ofa

Sunday our assistant pas- "buy a window," which Is wide and varied congregation o f Zion confirmed youth of t.h e beautiful wedding of

tor Rev. Demerrlte has will be inscribed with the singing compositions Hope will render serviceson church. The public is cordially Miss Mary Kennedy and
been in charge of the ser- name of the purchaser.Mrs. from the early periods In Feb 24th Rev Roscoe invited. Come and Jerome Miller, two popular
vices for the last few I music history to the con- Jackson and congregationof witness what good talentsour young teachers. The
\ Sundays our pastor Rev. Lugusta Colston, temporary. This collegiate New Macedonia will children have. reception following in
Culmer has been sick. We chairman of pledges, tells group has become render services, and on Richmond Heights at the

all have been praying for members to pledge what- outstanding in the sing- Feb. 28 Rev C. H. Smith Sunday ni ht at 7:00p. : home of Mr. and Mrs.
him. We thank God h e ever they can afford.If ing of folk songs and spi- and congregation of Jor- m. will begin o hi\ r Scott.
was able to be with us for your pocketbook can- rituals dan Grove will close out Solemn Evensong with A
services last Sunday our not stand a large pldge, the Building Fund Drive Program of Sacred Music. among the
chairman of the trustee then don't be embarassedto The Chorale has con- that will be a great Day Mr. Charles Jones will be coming events of our
board Sidney Trotman pledge what you can. certized throughout t h eState in our lives. So make us our Organist parish is the Training
asked to please of Florida and the happy Class for Confirmationand
everyone Captains have been selected by serving with us.
he on time Sunday at 8:30: and have received est:: (:1'n seaboard of the We are praying for our On Friday and Satur- church membership.

a.m. the bus will be leav- their list for Homecoming United States appearing sick members in Jackson day, February 26, 27 the Beginning Sunday, Feb. 21
ing the church at 9:00: am for Feb. 28. On each in Kleinhann Music Hall, Hospital, Sis. Bennie church will sponsor its at 9:45: a.m. All children

sharp. Adult $2.00 round list are ten members to Buffalo, N.Y.; Hancock Huth Taylor, Bro. Jimmie First Fiesta There will 11 years old and above

trip children $1.00 address be contacted.. It has been Auditorium Boston; Car- Lee Austin and Bro. Isaac be sales, dancing and you I should':enroll immediately.
5871 NW 24 Ave. We are preached to the member- negie Hall, N.Y.; the Wal- Kinnon. Our deepest sympathy name It Come one come Speak' with the pastor

i Inviting the public to be ship not to sit around doing dorf Astoria Hotel, and Is extended: to Dec. all! about this.Saturday.
our guest we are sure nothing and w hen many other places of note a n el I Sis. Booker Smart
morning at 11
you will enjoy a wonder- building of our church is Including a number ot and family in the loss af Mt. Baptist o'clock the Girl Scouts
day with the help of God. then be the colleges and universities. her mother whose funeral
Rev D. A. Bradley pastor will meet, and at 12:30:
Please don't forget the first to say, "Yes, that's my Among the soloists ot was held at Friendship Sis. L. McGrlff reporterOur the Boy Scouts will have

time, day and date. Let church.rE( worked hardto the chorale Is Shirley Wallace Saturday. Also our deepest Jr. choir their meeting. Please
is Anniversary
\ us pray for our sick and build it-! soprano, of Miami. sympathy Dee and Sis. extended James Ross to will begin on Friday- send the children out oft

our bereaved families. Don't forget, our first In the loss of their daughter night Feb. 12, and end time.
All information can be quarterly conference will NEW SHILOH Cornelius Nells she I un Sunday afternoon a t
obtained from these com- lAj this Friday night. All 3: o'clock come and b Friends are always
Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor was a member of Mt. Pleasant e
mittees welcome at both of our
: hoards to with\ them visitors
are expected Eugene Jones, reporter In Opa-locka but due are always -
morning services 9:45: and
make Elder J. \ welcome.
Sis. Kollnen Coles NE a report. School to the limited capacity of
Sunday will
]: Sundays.
A. Roberts w I 1 1 be in
4-7458; Sis. Mildred Rolle, charge start at 9:30: sharp, Rev. E. the church services will I I Remember the Sick and

!, NE 4-3<378; Bro. Sidney Ross in charge. as at Frlemlshin.- -atllrlf:1v-.... -' :Shut-in. Also a 1 1 those Episcopal
< Trotman 751-5064. 3 p.m who
have lost their loved
Mt. Hermon A.M.E.
Sunday services will J I Theodore R. Gibson rector
Salters Chapel A.M.E. Fort LauderdaleThe start at 1 a.m. The Junior' With the Seaboard association ones.ST.
Church will be in charge. coming at Ma- MARY W. M. On Sunday afternoon a
'J J, Rev. I-F..1. Benson pastor ; Congregation look There will be a programin cedonia Rev, Roscoe Jack- Rev. H V. Stuart large group of Episcopal
Flossie Marshall reporter forward with great antici- behalf of the Sunday son pastor Feb 11th 14th pastor Churchwomen heard Sis.

Despite of the rainy pation to the coming of School and the number 2 we expect to see: you Dorothy Major, reporter Jean Margaret Missionary

weather every one enjoyed Bishop and Mrs. E. C. choir, Rev. Ross will be there. Visitors are always Sunday our junior choir Representative frO' m
the communion service Hatcher for the dedication In charge. The program welcome at our Services. will furnish music for Haiti tell of her work

throughtout the day. of her New Church starts 3 p.m. our morning worship. us a missionary
With a stern and powerful and Educational Building Come to church; have Rev. Gladstone Hunter Fther Theodore R.
1 message from the The bishop will be flanked:: Deacon Summersctt and your faith lifted. will deliver the message. Gibson was among the

I pastor. With more members with his cabinet the presiding Sister Bryant are askingfor Ways and Means will I many Dade Countians attending -
i being: added to the Elders of the South the prayers of every St. Luke M. B. Baptist meet at 5 o'clock. A 1 1 the Inaugurationof
j church dally. The members Fla. Conference and manyof one. Let's pray for till of members are asked to be President Johnson. Get
that communed the also Rev.F. our sick. 1700 t N'\V .V th Street Our
f were pastors present. junior choir well wishes to Mr. Simeon
at home were Sis. Hattie E. Sneed pastor of Mt. The Pall Bearers Association will sponsor a progam on and William S. Stirrup
I McCloud, Sis. Carrie Hilton Herman Invites all of his New Macedonia M. B. of America will the fourth of this month. who are bedded.

Sis. Christine Allen friends to come and helpus observe their Women' ----
f they are improving I *i to celebrate this great 31R5 N. W. 50 St.
I liv Still Feb. 14 ;ii' Si.
health. Don't forget Sal- history making event. Rev. R Jnckpon!" pastor Luke M. It. Church, 1700! ) MT. SINAI BAPTIST
ters Chapel along with: Willie J. Beard reportet THE INCARNATIONThe
the pastor will go to Per- We will see you next Services on the first The NW 5.j; Street 3:00: p. in. 1419 NW 5th Place Spring Deanery
speaker will he Mrs.
rine to render service in Sunday In church Sunday in the sedoivi Hev. S. A. meeting; of the Episcopal
Sylvia Jean A Thomas
Wright, pastor
the 11:00: hour at Hurst Mrs month of the new Churchwomen oil be heldin
R. L Merritt reporter year member of St. JamesA. Hro. D. James, reporter
Chapel Rev, J. S. Blake St. Paul's Church Key
were high andve nt- M. E. of Miami. :Mrs The Women's Mission
Is the pastor. February tended. The ( Matthew A.M.E. Zion pa +i Nancy Williams chairman dry Society held Us $1.25.
14th also at 3p.m.the was taken form Revelation -
Mrs. Callle Beeks monthly meeting with
co- all All women planning to
Heroines of Jericho Communication from 22:12: scripture. His auxiliaries
chairman. The
hold service a t Salters Bishop William !1i. Smith, pUhllc is participating attend this meeting are
subject was: "Cht'lltJust! cordially Invited. Our Annual A significant and
asked to register with
Chapel At 7 p.m. the who was here last week Come Bick."
1 : ] n a I I terminates promotional
exercise Mrs. Louise Bradlev
Brownsville Baptist. Rev. asked the Ford Real Estate -
Cooper is the pastor, will Co. for plans to build The Association I s I n Sunday Feb. 14th 1965. Department from the Y o u t h Plans are being/ made
render service. There will a New Church, at 5632 session throughout Sun- Rev P. W. Williams pastor meeting. The the for our annual Mardi
: be a number of- services N. W. 31st Ave The com- day and we are having a Mrs B. Green, reporter their youth and Gras celebration The annual -
held In the month of Feb sponsors were pralsrd I rJ'eo- furdl Gras
i pany Is complying. Alsoa glorious time In the name I for ardent!
for the Organ Dedication new church Is to he of the Lord. You are Invited Grace Presbyterian Dance will bo held In the

on February 28th on the built in Opa-locka soon to attend o n e o r The ULib.v content :upon Starlight Room, Hiscayne:
i 4th Sunday. Mrs Annie after the one on NW 31st more of these sessions.We Rev. W. F Savoy, pastor :sired; by tilt! Women's Terrace Hotel. f."Jdave'nllla.
Lee Gunter and Mrs Nel- Ave. gets on the way. 0895) NW 14th Ave. Missionary Society will be Feb 26 at 0K:( ,

lie Byers are in charge of are In the process: This Sunday morning, held Tuc.sil.iy night, Feb. Tickets are now available
the A.C.E. League and The Bishop said that of preparing for our An- our guest preacher will 16. !'leak support t h you may get yours following ))
they are calling for the will be a credit to t the nual Men's Day which be Rev. Rea Weigle of baby of your choice and e the Rand 11 services

I young people. Mothers great Christian organi- will convene i n August the Palm Springs Presbyterian help/ ) make thl.: project atremendous today.

urge the children to come zation that It represents. Watch this space for Church in Hialeah. I '! sticcc'ss, :Mardi Gras; festivities
and take a part and help forthcoming events concerning Elder J.
us make a great A.C.E. Metthew Temple is now this Day. direct Fanlel will ,February I8.2)! :!<) the ils 1 will! lie held on the
League located at 1028 N. W. 5th morning worship. riot! Laymen's church grounds Sat: urtlry.
: League
\n'. Which is in the pathof --- as Rev. Savoy preaches will he In .MondcU' and TUt'Rda\; ,
session; : .it
HOPE the Urban Renewal. Mt. Calvary M. B. In the Hialeah pulpit. Sin.il.: I The public Is; invlt'Mt Feb. 27 AT'irch 2. Ml

And where services are l",1 l to attend find church organizations are
Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor now being held and will Rev :S Atchison, pastor 8NiN Saturday; evening, ta nalholing. .supportthU \ nsknl; I ID >';ut planning

E. Jackson, reporter continue until the new Constance Carter, reporter 7:30: ( the guest preacherwill for their" booths.

Church service was building i N: completed. The No 4 Usher BoardIs !h<> Rev. Daniel! Sla- 1 Don't forget to'i 11 anal l lpray ---

I spiritually high all d a y sponsoring a Pre-Sprlng den of the Presbyterian: for the shut-in.
A. Lucas. Jr. Church of the Master in
reporter Pre Valentine
last Sunday. The pastor Fashlonette on Sun-
t I' preached out of his soul HC'n.. Pridgen, pastor day, February 14, 1065 Opa-lorkii.will direct Rev. Savov.

all day. Baptist It will be held a t the eveningvor- Party at YMCAThe
j\ ChurchThe home of Sis Minnie Stephens chip Loyal 59ers To
There will he baptism Carver Branch of
t 1041 NW 42 Street
Male Chorus will In observing Race Relations -
I Sunday morning at the The members MeetThe the YMCA will sponsor a
church at 7:30.: Everyone sponsor ;i dinner sale this you Sunday we will Pre-Valentine Party Sat-

I Is! asked to ton time. Saturday: :and, Mrs at the I. home Arnette.of1Tr. to Ions gee bv the top latest American in fash-and 'have ii meet Sunday Feb 14 a.m. 12 noon. Members -
I Rev. Woodard I will he :"01 NW Ifith Terr, up- French Designers. So called "FumN For Free home of Mrs.' Maggie will he admittedfree

j on program,: Tuesday night tilrs from Men noon until won't you plan 'now to dom," so that we help the Days 1190 NW 51 St. Mrs. and others 25 cents
Feb. 15 in behalf of t h e ? Delivery if desired attend this Fashionette?
financial cause of those Mrs 'Flossie Roberts, hos- Boys and girls, don't

1 No 1 choir's anniversary During the n.T.U. hour Again the No 2 Usher great t leaders who are tess; Mrs. E. Curtis, Pres.of forget your red and'white.
The Deacons are also
I working,: on their anniver Sunday t the Red. Circle Board will have Rev K. helping In the fight for City Association Federated -
E Rogers and congregation ,: Women Club I Inc
h'l'I.f.. Hepburn, directress -
sary. They are asking forthe civil rights.t FOR RENT
with them on Tuesday he present: members
cooperation of the I :'! will 1 present a program 2-BBDROOM duplex l ,
entire church. We want featuring Negro February 10. 1965! In behalf Let us IA'I present thU he on time please: stove and refrlg. only.

all our visitors to know History Week. You are of their anniversaryYou ( : Sunday, to participate In Mrs. I. Turner vice .ores Call Dixie Rental Agency.

that they are always welcome !Invited to attend thl and' can plan to attend the worship and splrl Mrs AliceInnes tCJ otter r.'' -2 t20.

to visit with \I... i till: our services. for everyone \is invited' teal efforts of the day. -- ----


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fee Gombine&Study MUSK .Career j

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TUSKEOEE INSTITUE Ala. College freshmen
Upected to be studious if they want to rise to upperclass are Mary has been billed at most of the major Miami nightspots -
tatus. Unusual indeed is the freshman who can sUccess. and in major. Southern cities, including' ,Atlanta, Montgomery -
fully combine study with a growing musical career but Tus- Columbus, Augusta,. Nashville and Memphis. She SOMEONE I I
kegec iami.Institute has such 'a student in Mary L. Hylor of has Detroit's also Club appeared Twenty-at the Grand.Apollo Theatre in New York and

The 17-year-old elementary education major is also a I! ', '1.. .....
ecording star for: "El-Lor Records of Miami. Nearly a half SPECIAL
[million copies of her hit' recording "We Walk Down the
lAisle" have been 'sold. It was Mary's first recording for
|Pi-Lor: with:whom she signed a two-year contract.

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fY +etir.+. a.. ...try, A e NlgHtlngolo, graduates do;

tw "As long as those pearly specialized work In thin-:
teeth hold out," someone recently car of tl.. sick... the <
wroto of Louis Armstrong oged ... and the helpless*,
"Louis'll still be Every day the demand for
playing something new, and
all the others will be running qualified personnel. to.perform *'
this valuable ..rvl .
to catch 1'(
Reading is the subject Mary up.
enjoys most at Tuskegee. '
Here she Beginning his second 50 grows greater and greater.:
goes over reading techniques with Mrs. Ada Pur-
years in show business as Nightingale College trains
year, director of the reading clinic and her favorite instructor. the most fabled jazz trumpet and qualifies you to 'i jot*',
of his time, "Satchmo" Armstrong the'many other' Nightingale:
will appear in a one- graduates that are :perfor*
night concert Feb. 13, at fining this muck needed"
Mary's natural musical talent was trained at an early Miami Beach ConventionHall.
service As ,
age. When she was only five, her godmother, Mrs. table D. .
Glover, gave her voice and piano lessons. 4s a child, then, The program literally will 'graduate you can jclioosejyour .
Mary was capable of solo performances and was featured on vibrate with songs like hi* Job ... your hours /
numerous church and school programs. Her mother who wasa most recent chart-topper of the time you want to work' .
singer with the Southland Gospel Singers, died just as "lle 110, Dolly!" to his own .. You con enjoy( the|
Mary was about to embark on a singing career. Mary was "When the Saints Go MarchIng knowledge that you are"
nine years old. in" to classic renditions"St. doing a valuable Job. ,The'
After continuing her singing in church she was en- Louis Blues," "Mack training Is simple and cant
couraged by her first manager Miss Anna Bell Harris, a the Knife," "Basin Street be adapted to. your convene'tent. :
science teacher at Miami's Booker T. Washington High Blues" and dozens of others. .. Call for on appoint,*
School,to audition for a local television amateur talent show, Armstrong has been des- find '<
ment today and out
the "Big Break." Then 14, Mary appeared on the show and cribed as more than a musician -
won first place.In more than an entertainer how very easy it Is ''to
1963, two years after winning the "Big Break", she -that wrapped up in qualify for this. valuable
appeared at 'such Miami night-spots as the Peppermint his music and sandpaper training Special hours ore
Lounge, the Luau, Castaways, Knight Beat, the Island Club voice is a way of life and .a rang.d for mothers Dayor
and the Hampton House. \t the opening of the Copa City point of view that have be- night classes. Women
-,-- Club the first integrated for teen-agers, she was one of come unique to him. up to 45 eligible. No high I
three Negroes featured. She has aslo appeared on "Teens Included in the concertat / school diploma necessary
If anyone believes that "practice makes perfectMary Bandstand", a local television show. Miami Beach ConventionHall Low tuition
does, for she rehearses at least three times a week. During Before Mary's career skyrocketed, she was cautionedby will be Armstrong's po- I ..>>n' .. payments..
these practice hours, she composes the lyrics and music for her family to acquire an education before pursuing a professional pular "All Star Review," ,
career if she still wanted it. She is the daughter featuring piano i and organ
any of her tops.*". Here she is singing her latest work, Wilford Hylor of Miami and has an older brother and sister. stylist Billy Kyle, singer I 1
"Don't Lie to Me, soon to be released on the EI-Lor label. "At first my family objected to my recording unti after Jewel Brown, drummer Danny
I had obtained an education, but now they are very en thus ia- Barcelona, bass fiddler Arvel
tic," said Mary. Shaw, Russell "Big Chief
While enrolled at,Tuskegee she will record three times And the singing artists has no intention of postponingor Moore and his slidetromboneand
during tne regualr school year and five times during school canceling her educational aims. Mary plans to attend gra- versatile Eddie Shu on avar'lety
holidays. Striving for many more record hits, Mary has writ- duate school at either the University of Miami or Indiana of horns.
ten and recorded, "Don't Lie to Me" for El-Lor. She plansto University after darning the bachelor degree. She considers Tickets for the concertare
renew her contract vith the company after two years if marriage as the next important step. available at Miami Beach
her career continues to bloom.A "I don't think marriage will hurt or endanger my singing Convention Hall and all
rapidly rising vocalist, Mary has appeared with some career," she observed. Sears-Roebuck stores.
of the top rock and roll singers in the world of show busi
ness. She has shared billings with The Impressions, The red..
Drifters, the Falcons Marvin Oaye, James Brown, Barbara
.,. .
Lynn, Baby Washington, the late Dinah Washington, Lloyd '" .2.2'f
Price, Jackie Wilson and Mary Wells. 1 -


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t March 23. 8 e M. NightingaleCol1ge l .

William M. Seabron was .
promoted last week from assistant --'
I to the U.S. Depart- 1\- DADE COUNTY. AUDITORIUM
I i ; ment of Agriculture's Person .
nel Director to an $18,935ayear *
f post as Assistant to the ADMISSION 51."
Secretary of Agriculture to MIAMI, FLA.
pw f 4. help insure civil rights com-
pliance by USDA agencies.Mr. PHONE 377-0234
Se a bron was born in ....

'In the browsing library of Tvskegee's newly renovated Chicago and received his Mrs.. R.W. Hoaugaboott

College Union, Mary pursues her favorite hobby. Her other Iowa training and at the the University University of of ConsolidateYour R.N.. Director

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BUDDY JEAN'S MARKET I $ 2,000. .. .... .. .. $ 30 Month I I

1460 NW 79TH STREET j $ 10,000... .. .... ... .. $100 .Month .

Smiling Eddie Lee Pitt- I 1st and 2nd Mortgages I Is
nessman popular, Is the local new own-busi- I PROVIDED A PURCHASE OF $2 OR MORE IS MADE I ; I
er of the Dive-Inn Bar, I AT THE SAME TIME I s R.I. Baron Mortgages: ; .. = j
1772 NW 79th St. Phone I z e w I
91-9431.. He Invites: all LIMITs 1 COUPON PER FAMILY 14535 N.E. 5th Avenue I

his old friends to come OFFER EXPIRES FEBRUARY 18 J Mortgage Broker .."' ,
and meet new .J G- _. L ), .. ...
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MRS. FANNIE MRS. RUTH GAITOR Mrs. Mary Berrien Outlaw

I' ij I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I WRIGHtT of 1425 NW 60th JONES, 1054 NW 5th PI. 260 NW 8th St, died
St., died Feb. 3. She is died Feb. 3. Survivors are Jan. 29. Survivors are her
survived by her son her mother Mrs. Annie sister, Mrs. Ruth Bailey,

Joseph, a grand child, a Galtor four sisters, Mesdames five nieces three nephews,
brother, Jim Henry White. Marie Bethel Le- a step-son, Anton Berrien -

I CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS MID OF THANKS Ga.Final rites held In Macon, onia mon Williams and Louise, Sybil Daniels Ray-, tives.and Services several other were rela-held

The family of the late The family of the late, The family of the late two brothers, Ronald and Feb. 2 from the Mt. Zion
GEORGE PRATT MRS. VIOLA ALLEN Wilbert an aunt, nieces Baptist Church with the
JVIRS. FANNIE BYRD who departed this life of 5121 NW 27th Ave. died nephews. Services held Rev. Edward T Graham
January 30 wish to thank Feb 5. She Is survivedby on Monday, Feb 8 'at the officiating.
mother of Mrs. Nelson L. our many friends and rela- a daughter and son- Bethany Seventh Day Ad-

Bethel wish to express tives of Miami, Delray in-law, Jessie Mae and ventist Church with EIder Mrs. Ruth Ann Lawson of
their profound gratitude tF Beach and Nassau Baha- George Boddy a granddaughter Robert Wilfork officiating. 1962 NW 5th place died on

to their many friends for mas. Special thanks to Geneva Boddy Feb. 3. Survivors are. her
j your loyalty during our members of Holy Re- three nephews. Services mother, Mrs. Annie Gai-

recent bereavement.Your deemer Roman Catholic were Tuesday at the First tor, four sisters, Mrs. Sybil -
Church, Fathers Kiernan, Baptist Church of Browns- G. Raymon Mrs.
I expressions of
kindness and sympathyhave y, priest in charge Bellard ville. Rev.. Davis officiat ; Louise Daniels two
R4rb. who conducted the services ing. brothers, Ronald of N ew
been renderel
us w and staff of the gri York and Wilbert, an aunt
In Such
so many ways. MISS MATTIE MAE
Range Funeral Home. nieces, nephews.
thoughtfulness and kind LAIDLER of 267 NW: 6th
remembrances shall never A precious one from us St., died Feb. 6. She is i
he forgotten. has gone; whose space is survived by two sisters FRANCIS .
vacant in our home which Sallie Mae Jones and Ola
Mr. and Mrs. N. L. cannot be filled. Mae Lewis;, four brothers. LEWIS( MAJOR of 1648

Bethel and Family Otis, Jasper Henry Lee NW 5th Ave. died Feb. 9.
Virginia Pratt wife
and Roosevelt Services Saturday in the
; a son Tony.
Margueritte Pratt Services Saturday in the chapel at 2 p.m. with Rev.P. .

IN MEMORIAM daughterAnd chapel. W. Williams officiating.
Remains will repose in
1 n loving memory o f & MRS. MAMIE BANKS, the chapel beginning 3
my husband of 14259 NW 21st court p.m. Friday. Survivors Include -
.I,, '"":1 ELIJAH McKINNEYwish CARD OF THANKS died Feb. 7. She is sur- his wife, Mary; abrother.
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vived by a daughter-in- James; an uncle,
to take this method
The family of the late MRS. HETS1E FULLER Withfleld.
of thanking their many law, Mrs. Etta Banks, two of 353A NW 9th St. Mack

friends, relatives and Fr.Lambel.t CHARLES "Heads"MANNINGS grand children, 7 great died Feb. 4. Survivors area Tla-ny
Sands for their grand, two sisters, Mrs. Beauchamp
and varied tokens JR. Lillie Parham and Mrs. daughter, Mrs. Isabella ,son" of Mr, and Mrs. Jules
many Mason, a son-in-law, a of 315 NW
Katie Thomas also other Benuchamp
of expressions of comfort wish to thank everyonefor ;
relatives Services will I lie grandson, three great 11th St. was stillborn on
hours their
the of
during cards, flowers andtVCI'y
Brands, nieces, nephews. Feb. 2. Graveside services
Saturday at 12 noon at Mt.
eavement. act of kindness
Services Saturday at Mt.
/Ion AME Church with held! Thursday.
luring our recent bereavement Zion Baptist Church with ..
Mr. McKinney of 14.47NW Itev. Faison officiating
Rev. Edward T. Graham
4 3rd Ave. was laid to .
rest Wednesday morning, Rosie Whitehead, sister MRS. CHRISTINE officiating at I p.m ATTENTION!
sI rsl January 27 following fUn- hell Hudson/ brother WILLIAMS: ( of 18M NW
eral services at St. Agnes 2ml 1 court died Feb 0. She WILLIAM L. TODD of Facing difficulty evil
A 210 NW 11th St., died ,
Episcopal Church.Father is survived' by her daughter
.. f ; IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs Gwen Forbes- Kel B. Survivors are his conditions, poor health,

Lambert Sands KQI J\,'. Services conducted wire Mrs. Remilda Todd, bad luck. Seek success
officiated at the funeral, loving memory of Thursday In the chapel grandson, nieces, nephews. -
assisted by Deacon H, E. our' dear brother, -- Services: will he held blessings, happiness, and
S. Reeves. The funeral WILLIE P. HOLLIE of Friday in the chapel at 2 peace o. mind Consult

was under the direction of OL-lORGE FORBES 1220 SW 28th St., died Bishop Virdve. 1815 NW

:the Rahmings. Evergreen who departed this life on Feb 3. He i Is !survived by p.m.MRS.. ESTHER JOHNSON 1st Ct. #2. Phone 377-
Mortuary.He February 8, 1957. We love Ills widow, Bonnie Mae, 3
of 1127 NW 1st Ct., 1396. Prayers for sick.
him but Jesus loves him a sister. Services
I Is survived by his
died Feb. 6. Her survivors -
Donations only.
ROBERT JOHNSONwho wife, five sons four best.:; Friday 2 p.m. in the include Mrs. Vilaria
departed this I life I daughters in-law four, five sons-in-law daughters- The Family .-- .Jamison, with whom she
l' February 8, 19G3. and a i host of other rela SPURGEON BANKS, of was living. Services ate
; May be rest in peace tives. ALBERT :.207 NW 52nd St. died incomplete I 1----,I II

I and light perpetual shine I''eh. 8. He i is survived by 1I WANTED

upon him. The McKinney Family PAUl. BROWN 242NW hfs mother, Mrs. Elsie REV ALBERT JONESof I I
El Paso. Texas died at II
; a I sister,
Kith St., died Feb. 3.
t; Marge Johnson wife Ella Mae Bostick his home on Feb. !5. He is
Services held Tuesday ; a
1 J Mrs. Myrtle Lee, from New Hone Primitive brother Sgt. Eddie L. survived by his wife and FOR JAMAICAN TOUR J JI
other relatives. Rev Jones'Cervices I I
1 daughter IN MEMQRIAMDEACON Baptist Church. Rev. H.C. n mk". Arrangements are will be Saturday

Samuels, officiated Sur- Incomplete. Men and Women I
I LAFAYETTE" ;it Greater Bethel AME

; IN MEMORIAM CAlL vivors fare. !i are ct\n three aatIvvahm I ..daugh-, ..,,, .'a, MMRS. CORNELIA ROSS Cliiircr" at 1 p.m. I I I Experience preferred. Needj
and 'twoVsisters.. WELLS oft 2340 GoUlcfi photos Immediately. $251
t: I n loving memory o f passed February 13, 1958 Glade Drive died Feb. 5. I
our dear one His i life is a beautiful MF S. MARY SIMMONS She was a well known Lillie C. Evans P.T.A. I I I per day.

memory 18212 102nd member of the Class of Banquet"1'\ [
MRS ELLEN .[, SMITH H I s absence is a silent place, Per- /HM! ; of Booker T Washington "Founder's Day CALL 371-2447 |
riDe died
I i it FeD 4. Services 1965
I i who departed this life on He grief Friday at 2 p.m. from Mt. High School. She Friday, February | .. .uannma.titiw1u
sleeps in God's
I lovely 1 U survived
Feb. 13, 1961 in Nassau gardenIn Moriah Baptist Church, by her hus
Rev. W. C. Edcar officiating hand, Samuel, her mother
Bahamas. ------ --- ----- --
sunshine and in per- Survivors and father. Mr. and Mrs.
There awhile must be are a
1\ parted fect peace daughter, a sister, ten ..lameRos>>; two sons, :immortal 'ark
And the flesh Its sabbath "When the day of toll is grandchildren and 23: Marry mid Gregory: two
clone. great grands. titers F.meMine, Collins HAS Prelnternent plots of 8 grove spaces or less
When the race of life is and Marie Freeman.: Services
Waiting in u holy stillness t ALSO Immediate single grave space intermentWe
run, :MRS GRACE LAWYERof Saturday, :3 j p.mat

Wrapt In Sleep Father, grant thy wearied 2071 Rutledge St., died 1 Friendship ItaptUi., are not foil and we are still doing business
one rest for Clnirch.
evermore. Feb. 8. Services Saturday
Open six days a week to serve
Mrs. Elsada nt 2.TO: from! Mt. ZionAIJo1 ---
Roberts, Leona p.m.
Call, wife Commonly known as Dr.'Phorr's Cemetery
Mrs. Pezerita Culmer, Emma Call, mother : Church with Rev. Death NoticePK.IXKIK
Mrs. Erne Smith Mr. Faison officiating. Survivors 3001 NW 46TH STREET NE 44197
are husband, Leon.
Leroy Smith and Mr. ----
Leonard Smith childrenMr. two sisters. Mrs. Angline E. Johnson, Manager Home phone: OX 1.9199Rahmilg's

David Colebrook IN MEMORIAM Hnlley and :Mrs MamieStevens [

brother Mrs Lillian ; two brothers,

Colebrook and Mrs Elizabeth In sad but loving memory 1)a' and Phillip Adderly
Howe, sisters / of our clear husband: und two "lstcl' -II1-IlW -{5

Gone but not forgotten. rand !brother, ----
:MRS OLA MAE BEN Funeral Home
PEARLMON .1. LESTER' TON.; 117:53: SW 322nd St.,
: uulcll1< died I''eh. 6. Herurvitors
departed I tliN; life : arc a husband, $: FORMERLY M.S. ALLEN FUNERAL HOME
j January/ 21. lxs.! ;;t n daughter, mother father
In /memory, of tho! late Bone, but not
forgotten three brothers and two | '
Wt love you, }hut Jesus sltcl's.I1'ancpmnts are $ .
loves yu best. incomplete. $ :i OWNERS
:Mrs. Vina Lester, wife s
I I j 1 1I I\' Mrs. Mamie .Jenkins, LINTON TERRELL, of ; Matthew H. Roomings L.F.D. William L. Carey, Jr.

) sister 10015 SW 107th Terr.. ; Lewis "Buster" Newbold, Mgr. Harry L. Rolle

: ;Mix/ Ben.y1.. Buggs, Perrine, died Feb. 7. Survivors

1. sister arc wife, Cather ff
Mivl.lx.ie Jackson J ine a daughter and moth. STAFF

sister er., Arrangements sire In I.KK; .\It. Mrs. Helen Perkins, Sec'y Sherman Carey

Mrs. |Jett.West. brook, complete. 1 I.KY; of 215 NW lllh St.! Charlie Jordan Harold Perkins

,', sister up*. 2(5( died as I the result
". Mr*. (h> Infant Sharon J Elaine ,
d ; CJI'J.la Ilordon.plater. or :t gunshot wound in
,.;, s Starkc, I01G4 SW 173rd I|i the head )Feb ;3. lie (N 1144 H.W. 3RD AVENUE 371-8343
tiara Lester brother Terr. Arrangements are .
incomplete. uivived by his wife, Mrs. 24 HOURSJack's

: r Nnetfe Atklley, a daughter

; IN MEMORIAMIn Infant Benton 11733 SW i Vinu\t. 'hU mother :\11':4.
1 :. 222nd St. Arrangements, Mar/clla llranch. four

: "had but loving; memory Incomplete | i,brotheis, Ilobert, ;Hack -
:1 : of our dear husband l.frojnd Carey a sis

b. and father, Infant Tipplns, 123(5( 'tI'I'. "Mvangelinc: three
I: '1. ,' VWJGth St: Arrangement 'mints: four uncles. Services

II ilL:\" .' ....,,. .. ;, r .'\ .tNlRF.W .I.J IIROWN Incomplete. \ Saturday, 4:30: p.m.- MEN'S WEARSEE
SR. It the
First Deliverance
I who .11 MM IB LEE SMART, (3huich of God in Christ "MR. JACK"
dcpiiilcd this life two
120 NW 10th St.
apt 1,
: CLAUDK D1LLA11D years ago I''eh. 3 t, 19G3. died Feb 2. Service wa Jacob Cohen, off FOR
Some ,:r-iitins with burial STYLES FOR ALL ACES
day we'll meet held
from the
"who departed l this worldFebniary again our loved ones gone: Lherty! City chapel -- The Very' Latest in Meta'a Faahlon
14, 1959.
before Howard
; some day we'llreach University
Gone, but forgotten. was SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
that happy: land I chartered in 1867 with con
:S.ully;; missed by: where: parting will be no Lillie C. Evans P.T.A. gressionalsuppcct.by Freedman ITALIAN SHOES
Alberta Dillard, wife more. "Fouder's Day Bonnet" a Bureau under General 944 NW 2nd Are Miami Florida |

k:'' Jtienda Dillard :Mrs. Geneva Brown! Friday, February 26, 1965 |00. Howard. It was a rideron .
,Paul, Dillard! 1\wife children and grand. a bill-admitting the State
4 of Nevada (o the Union.



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I ; 'The from"FANTASTIC area's Wynne largest.Bldg.VALUE"" Corp.New young share YOUNG private LADY intelligent home wishes lady.with to BE A NURSE'S AiDETHE

_.......- ,/.'., luxury month, home. $102.81 per NE 5-5093. Call 7:30: a.m.
no second
mortage. to 3 p.m. IDEAL SCHOOL FOR
See model
756 NW
FOR SALE FOR SALE -17th Terr., Opa-locka,
Sun. 2-5, JE 1- OO2. 3333 NW 69th Street TRAINING NURSES' AIDES
3-BEDROOM, large cot
[INCOME Property. Largelot s 8220 NW 14th Place tage. Unfurnished except
location, LIKE NEW 2-bedroom $102.81 kitchen. Immediate occupancy -
House has 3-btedrooms: ,, CBS home. Jalousie win- luxuary,per month nevi $26 weekly. Call

plus garage, plus rear flows, hardwood floors, haths, central 3-bedrooms 2- Sidney Gross, 144-4U26. S.
apartment, 2edroom' 2 kitchen cabinets, com- age, Fla. heat open gar- S. Gross Realty. Eves. call Call for information 226-7403 or 4433741 ;
room Sun.
bath apt. Good terms. HI 8-2824.
Don't forget to call us on i and pletely out.redecorated This house is Inside like 2-5 Wynne, 73fi NW 47th Terr. New classes begin Mon. & Thurs., Feb. 9-11 ;
this one. It's real Bldg. Corp. JE
a bar- brand NICE 1-BEDROOM. Man
new Price Is 1-6902. classes 9 12
Morning a.m. p.m.
gain. Fenster Realty $10,000, $200 down and only. Quiet home. 1012
(Broker) PL -8779.. $58.25 month. NW 75th St. PL 8-4925. Evening classes 7-10 p.m.
Key at Life Zip Zag sewing machine.
$10 week.
[ VA and FHA homes 37 Realty, Broker, 4932 NW Portable, elec, Repo. Sell
Ave. PL 9-4371. for hal. $30. Call
Open 633-0645
and 2 bath. Call
bedroom Sundays. duplex, $26 week. Also"
for appointment. From Mar5 NEW 2-BEDROOM CBS
""" ---
$100 down and no down BARGAIN $1,000 below REASONABLE. 1956 Cad- 2-bedroom house, $25 a ----a

payment on some VA FHA price and seller pays illac, De Ville. Mechani- 'jf&week 917-49(52 or 917- r NEW BARON HOMES f
homes. Fenster Realty closing costs too! You cally perfect. Call MO

(Broker) PL 9-8779. save more than $1,500, 4- 1-7081 or FR 3-2167. FURNISHED 651 NW 47th St. 1835 NW 41st St. ,
bedrooms, 2 baths efficiency.
Free utilities. $15 week. 1921 NW 50th St. 7460 NW 17th Ave.
FOR THE large, large windows, awnings, LARGE Broilmaster Rotisserie Also 2-bedroom t ,
family even suitable for big Florida room, garage, solid walnut dinette $25 week. WI 7-4962 duplex Open :I to ;-IuKy, Terms
two families, 3bedroomand appliances.: Extra large table and four or
2 bath. Lot size lOOx corner lot, landscaped chairs. Call MO 1-7081 or WI 7-5689. 3 large bedrooms 2 bath, Fla. room, garage ,

135. A tremendous value. sprinkler system with PR 3-2167. NEWLY Decorated two- Torner 150 x 100. Good for church or business ,

Drive by 25 NW 48th St. own pump and well, also bedroom duplex. Stove r WE BUILD, Ut'1.4.1), IIOMEH
ity water at Life FUR JACKET also mink
then call for appointment. Keys and refrigerator. Extra
Fenster Realty, Broker Realty, Broker 4932 NW lined coat, skirt to match large yard with dining Large Lots For Sale JE 81340J '
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. good condition. L
PL 9-8779, : Very rea- patio and fruit trees. Inspect
sonable. PL 11548.4UEDROOMS = s* -
at 2752 NW 60th St.
INCOME Property!! "A NO QUALIFYING. Centrally Call owner OX 6-2392. TTi.i M ixi it wTTrT

fabulous buy". 5-bedroom, located, beautiful 2 BATHS Rent is $90 per month or Welcome to Our New Homes
2 baths, plus extra housein corner: CBS duplex 8 Open Sunday 3-5, $250 $22.50 per week.
rear, 1-ttedroom: 1 bath. years new. 2-bedroom down, 1810 NW 84th St.
each $9,500 total, $78 month
Both houses completely side appliances.
furnished linens, dishes, $1,500 down, $14,900 total. FHA, stove new deluxe FOR SALENO Now Available At .
etc. Drive by this I! one. Call us to see. We have refrigerator. Seeing is be
Don't miss it. 112 NW other duplexes too. Shell lieving. For large family, 1228 NW 42nd St. 1527 NW 40th St.
Realty, Broker 4260 NW a wonderful home. A.
47th St. Fenster Realty QUALIFYING-Fully
Hen-Kori Realtor Gorgeous 3-bedroom 2 bath homes. Mod-
Broker, PL 9-8779. 7th Ave. 7585551.4BEDROOMS furnished cottage in new ,
751-2243. area NW 75th St. This ern kitchen. Bank terms with Franklin Fed
THESE homes can 2 baths, house is like new and is eral.
be yours if you can quail dining room,' dining room CBS BEAUTY completely furnished with
and kitchen partly fur Open Sunday 3-5, 1490 modern appliances and
fy. Only $400 down. Drive
NW 83rd St. Total
nished. Entire upper floor. $11,000, furniture. Price is $8,500
by 1730 NW 83rd Terr. A Terrific
$350 down, $78 month. 2- Buy:
1715 NW 83rd St. Call I NW 3rd Ave. Call with $300 down and $85
bedroom, 2-bath, beautiful
371-3622. month pays all. Vacant,
Fenster PL ,
Realty, 98779GENIE !
kitchen spotless, patio. key at Life Realty, Broker Beautiful 2 large bedrooms, extra large Fla.
LARGE HOME on park. This is a charming home.don't 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL
HOMES!!! New
jalousied porch large dining
Huge Fla. room, custom miss this. A. Ben- 9-4371. Open Sunday.NO room, ,
ly completed now "You open built-ins, separate double Ken, Realtor, 751-2243. $350 down, $66 month.
for public display -
garage with studio apt.
owe it to yourself if you Double lot. $18,500 with $8,500 TOTAL CLOSING COSTS -
are looking for a beautiful $2,500 down payment. Call CBS Doll House. It's a Modern CBS duplex 2- NEW LIST OF GOVERNMENT RESALES:
3-bedroom 2 bath home 821-8625. honey. Drive by 2031 NW bedrooms each side. Tile

with so many new ideas- 83 Terr. Only $250 down, roof, appliances large $100 DOWN! !
To drive by these home 665 NW 43rd Street $62.00 month pays all. See yard, freshly painted.
prices!! you'll he sur Open Sunday afternoon. this and you will buy It. Price is FHA valuation,
Beautiful 3 and 4 bedroom CBS homes.
prised of the low price. 2-bedroom CBS Jalousied A. Ben-Kori Realtor, $15,700, $600 down and
1131 NW 75th St. porch carport $250 down, 751-2243. $90 month Live rent free! STEADY JOB GOOD CREDIT. Some with

1141 NW.,75th St. $83 month pays all. $9,000. Life Realty, Broker, 4932 2 bathrooms.WE .
521 NW 46th St. Fred Scott, owner. Call 3BEDROOMSTotal NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371
"All will be open Sun. 821-7293 or 688-4855. $11,800 $350 down Open Sunday.
and $83.00 month. Large
from 1-5. Fenster Realty,, CBS BUSINESS yard, this is a big, big 1580 NW 83rd St. *

jlroker,_ PL-. 9-8779. PROPERTY house, full dining room, Modern 2-bedroom CBS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY UNTIL ? P.M.

EXCELLENTDEAL 2 Stores, 3 apts., large beautiful kitchen. CBS Fla. room carport, awnIng -
3-Bedroom, 2 bath CBS parking lot. 100 feet on this is what you have windows, appliances.
carport, screen porch, 54th St. $19,500 total. been looking for. A. Ben- Freshly painted inside and FORD REALTYINC. Broker
awning shutters, partially $500 down, $3,670 yearly Kori, Realtor 7512243.NO out. Price Is FHA valua-
furnished. Also 2-bedroom income. Terrific buy. Fred tion $9,500, $300 down and
1 bath frame house com- Scott, Broker. Call 821- QUALIFYING Like $59 month. Key at Lit e 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595

pletely furnished and 7293 or 688-4855. new 3-bedroom CBS homein Realty Broker 4932 NW .
Jalousled x*JLjt.t n *g:** juu-i
rented Opa-locka. 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open
on same lot. Rea-
sonable down SNACK WAY I for lease. windows, colored bath- Sundays and evenings.
payment. 1 ,
ream fixtures, modern
See Winston or Norman
mortgage. Move right in. Foster. 5595 NW 17th Ave. kitchen. Price is $10,500 NO CLOSING COSTS -
Sunday 1-5 p.m. $300 down and $85 month 3-bedroom CBS. Enclosed

4110 NW 23rd Ave. 3 UNITS $100 month. pays all. Vacant. Key at front porch, carport EDISON 1 1 Specials i

on 2 lots, city water. Close Life Realty Broker, 4932 floors, refinished, fresh
DOLL HOUSE 2-bed. in, $3,500 down total NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. paint inside and out, stove
room, 1 bath CBS house' $15,500, 4032 NW 23rd Open Sundays. and refrigerator. Price is
with carport. A real bar- Ave.' OX 1-4668. Do not FHA valuation, $300 down
gain. $9,000. Good terms. disturb resident. FOR RENT and $78 month. Vacant,
Drive by 869 NW 73rd St. key at Life Realty, Broker -

Then call Fenster Realty, 1350 NW 43rd Street CLEAN. NICE furnishedroom 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL I IOp.n
Broker PL 9-8779. $350 down, FHA, $84 Mo. for men. Kitchen 9-4371. Open Sundays. 163 NW 4IST STREET
New CBS home. Madel privileges or meals. 7521
1506 NW 82nd St. Now Roberts, Broker, NE NW 12th Ct PL 9-8125. 3.6 Sunday I
available, 2-bedroom 1- 4-1481. 3 bedroom CBS, garage. Only $300 down, FHA
bath' f u I 1 y furnished
house, all fenced. Only Another Snack-Way is I $11,000 total.

$6,500, terms arranged. being constructed by Jackson I
Drive by then call Fen Corp. Owner, Mr. Bob f
ster Realty Broker. PL Jackcon at 7075 NW 10th
!9-8779. Ave. NW 83RD TERRACE I

3.6 Sunday

M3EDROOM 2-bath CBS NEW $496 down, 3- I 3 bedrooms, CBS, the roof, carport. $300 down, FHA
near bus line and shopPing bedrooms, 2 baths hurry Sprinkler system.Drive I
area. FHA terms. on these! Grand opening
Call Fenster Realty. Broker Sunday 7-5. 541 and 549

PL 9-8779. NW 44th St. Wynne Bldg.

Corp, JE 16902.ib by the following, then see Edison: I
675 NW 67th Street I Ii.

Pass by Call us to see ..
Beautiful corner CBS on OR SALE FOR SALE -' 1 8027 HW 14th Ct. 2 bedrooms, CBS I

extra large lot 2-bed- 3-BEDROOM CBS 1830 .4 /jt; 2 8327 NW Nth Ct. CBS 2 lots I
room, dining room huge NW 70th St. Call after 5, ; NEW KITCHEN CABINETS? I
3 U74 NW 83rd Terr.$64 month. FHA I
garage, appliances and OX 1-6004. ;.- 'f ".
washing: machine. $11,000 CARPORT GARAGE ":J' 4 339 NW 39th St. $250 down, FHA I

total Jthers., $350 down. We have WANTEDD WITH driving 1 -t: .., NEW FLORIDA ROOM? :'j"" :.,e i.1,,<% I 5 495 NW 41st St. $200 down, FHA 5

Shell Realty. Broker WOMAN I ;:', : 'J' 6 544 NW 47th St. 3 bedroom, CBS I
4260 NW 7th Ave. license to work at a kindergarten \ OR f k ki
8-5551.. in Opa-locka, tiREPAIRS" ... ; I I7" 7 1737 NW 47th Terr.Nice CBS duplex |

021-7381. ; ": ". ./" -' 8 521 NW 48th St. CBS FHA terms I

659 NW 44th Street "' '" 9 98 NW 52nd St. 3 bedroom, CBS, corner I
Pass by Call us to see EXPERIENCED Beautician. F;, CAL1 MR. DAVIDOW AT HI 8-III9
I 10 354 NW 59th
Lovely 2 or 3-bedroom, For new salon. Nice Terr. 3 bedrooms, 21 baths, duplex

Florida room, enclosed location. Excellent opportunity i r and a representative will call! en yep I IWE
Porch, dining room, appli- full or part time. :, ,
ances. $400 down, $73 Mademoisel House of f' NO CHARGE FOR ESTIMATE
month. FHA terms. No Beauty. 5592 NW 7th ARE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND

Hosing costs. We have Ave. Ph. 759-9452. Bank or FHA Financing SUNDAY I
others Shell Realty Bro-
ker, 4260 NW 7th Ave. THRIFT and Rummage We specialize, In removing old window and (installing .

758-5551. !:Store now open. 4338 NW awning type or jalousied windows.D I
311 NW 48th Street ::27th Ave. Bargains galore -

Pass by Call us to see :I EDISON REALTY Realtors

Beautiful 3-bedroom, 2 H Construction Co. loc.HI ,
| large dining room.I I

down Only $14,900.payment Substantial needed. 1 business to $5,000.sought.. Reliablle Willie 8-1119 15 M. 62nd 5> 75J4M1

We have others. Shell J Roundtree, OX 1-9180.

Realty, Broker. 4260 NW
7th Ave. 758-5551.



18 THE MIAMI TIMES I Friday, February 12, 1965
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\I 38 Finish Nurses Aides \.ovrs. ner.'t'he I

II I IN OUR SCHOOLS Schiiledman I isdirc''tur
I HAPPENINGS Ideal school for sin Betty Ifm'J'ell.I'IE'I1( HoI&:; &.
tin,' school
training nurses' aides held Williams, Rosa Roberts, '

-- ----- I...... ..., ##f,." '.,'," '" .'........,'..'..,,....,,.','...', Its graduation J Friday Feb. Marilyn Bnnkston, Ofelia More than t h r e e-
-- -
po-------------- :r i .it 7:30:: p.m. at 2380 West Sedano, Patricia Simmons. rnurths: of the graduatesare

BTW SCHOOL NEWS FJapler. St. Guest 'speakerfor ) Miriam Cooper Ethel now employed nt Mt.
North DadeRecreation Miami-Dade JC Sinn I Hospital Jewish
the! evening was Mrs. PerpaJl Barbara Wright:
The National Thespiar teacher Dorothy :Mobley, Jacquelyn Home for aged Dodge
Gloria B. Robinson, -
,News Presents "My Troupe 2112 will presenits at Booker T Washing- ) Wilcox. Brenda Harris Memorial Hospital. Doctors

Adult basketball league first major production Inn High School. : .Terry Kellem, Mary Hospital Baptist

action: At this time the Last Duchess"Leslie "American Passport" foj Graduates. In the clasM J.o. .Fitzgerald, Evelyn Hospital and Private"'flllt' )'.
the year. The play will be .lone Kathleen Miller Peter Nelson was i h e
Royals are leading the Brown were: ,
a -
league with a 6-1 record presented in the school Betty .Johnson, Annie honor student of this
of Booker T. Wash- Naomi Jones, .le 'n
auditorium Feb. 16 and graduating class. Up willnet
after beating tho Mustangs Spaiikllnp, Dorothy Grant,
and PatriciaD
ington 'High Grunt Peter Nelson,
17. Featured in this school pin with dlamonil -
play ;
i by a score of 8G, to NorthwesternHigh Rita Savinon, Donna De- a j
e m p s, : Com Elum; 11'illie -
will be : '
Reginald Burton 11 In.
I 75 on last Thursday even- Catherine Jadlhvskt,
will co-star
grad Cleve Pugh Lewis Rparkiuan. nettIr'l1, This was the fifth classtrriiduatod
ing. The Bachelors and with Sherry Sax in the Percy Williams. kin I ,. I lnrl 01 Thnrpp. !'>- Willie<< r.:Hld. Wllla Carter, during! the first
tied for
Spoilers are sec-
Duchess"at Lillian Brooke l1a1'I, hara/ ,
play "My ,
ond place. nesllna Winter, Yvonne year of the( school h a R
Miami-Dade Junior Cliffeen, Dyes, Larry n"lInson.1t1l'V Wllker- Doris Hall. been! enenlng.
The battle for league College The play is a Bryant, Airlene Knight, --- -----

scoring honors has now haunting and poignant Cecelia Lawrence, Patsy
been taken over by Frank drama of a sweet young, Simmons and Daisy Barney BTW Set for 2 Emma ThompsonWins The Baptist

Rolle of the 7th place innocent American beauty Most of the cast are
Matadors, who after and her rise to the very newcomers to the stage;; ParadesThe Merit Minis ters'Council

seven games led the heights. nevertheless this prom-

league in total points with ises to be one of the best Booker T. Wash- AwardEmma
146 and a 20.9 average. Leslie Brown, who also plays ever produced by ington High School
The met
in "The Impor- on
appeared the Thompson, an
troupe. Marching Band Is
Second place in league tance of Being Earnest"is getting all-round teenage who is Wednesday with the Rev.
scoring goes to Jack Swil- playing the role of Congratulations to the in shape for two parades. an honor student and W. O. Munday leading the

ley who jumped from 4th Henri Rogers, a smooth Junior high basketball The first one is on Feb. president of Drama at devotion. The Rev P. W.
in scoring with 23 27th and the second one Williams, expositor, gave
a point talking, persuasive gambler team in their victory over Everglades Junior High
outburst against the Mus- and lover. Patricia Miami Junior High team is March 6th School, has received a very interesting and infor-

tangs. The remaining Demps is playing VannieLe recently in the County The Booker T. Wash- merit award' from the mative highlights on the

three of the top five are Pointe, the maid of basketball championship. ington High Sohool Band Dairy Council of South lesson for the week.E. .

Joe Smith (Mustangs,) the young American actress The score was 33-24. Parents Florida.
126( pintos; Thomas the ofRoger's Club which is A. Evans, representing -
and object
Drown (Bachelors) 118 affection. Also appearing Valentine is in the air, composed of a 1 1 parents The daughter of Mr. and President Johnson'sFight
and Talmadge Fair (Royals and the yearly scoop will whose children play i n Against Poverty
are Tyrone Jones, Mrs. Willie Crum, 241 NE
l the Band will hold Its Program was introducedby
) 106. soon be here! Members of
of Northwestern 32nd Ct. Oakland Park
.graduate first William Wynne. Mr
the Press Association meeting on Februarv
and Veronica Anderson, are is a member of the school
In the after school Evans Interest-
preparing for the Annual 15. All parents along with gave very
Notre Dame Academy Is a reporter and typist for
league 7th graders, Mrs a Valentine their children ing information, especiallyon
Scoop, which is are urgedto "
Young is still out front in graduate. to be issued on Feb. 11. be present. Mr. Willard "Wildcat, the school paper job opportunities for
the National League witha is a member of junior those who drop out from
Last Duchess" will Students will be broughtup T. Parks, the President
"My ushers of Mt Nebo church
clean slate of ten vic- school. He suggsted the
tories and no defeats. Mr. open February 21 and one to date with the popu- has some very Important and likes to see and make establishment of training

Ousler is in second'place Sunday matinee at Miami- lar rampus lovers, nicknames business to transact. The her own clothes. centers where basic edu-
of the various etc. The sold fund activitiesthis
some group raising
having won 7 and loss 3. cation' and home training
... (. techniques used in teaching Valentine hearts. These!= season will consist ofa The Dairy Council of should be emphasized. He

The American League reading. Mrs. Naomi hearts contained the latest "Dance Night", Enve- South Florida has a con- said that while In train-

finds Mrs. Allen still In Rymonette's class was hits, saying,? and toer \'- lops, and the Annual Variety tinuing program to hon- ing students will receive

first place with a 8-0 rec- used In this; demonstration. Band Concert. Band- or meritorious young

ord, followed by Mrs. A splendid treat was Who'll master Timothy Savage people in Broward Coun- financial help and he ask-
bo Sweet heal
Pierce with a 6-2 record. received graciously by KIng and ? The says that he needs some t ty. ed the ministers' coopera-
The seventh grade cham- the audience when they Queen answer additional band uniformsand tion.
to this big
pionship this games week.will) be heard the pupils sin g he revealed questionwill when band instruments for North Dade PTA The Rev. W. M. Turner
with Robert Ziegler as the Press Association next school term. delivered the message

The 8th graders have as soloist. l presents annual Valentine Meets Thursday from the subject, "The
the leaders in the National The Publicity Comm. Dance on Feb. 13 In the Bethune ElementaryW. Man With an Angel Face."

League, Mr. Robinson, gym ill. 8 p.m. Nort.h Dade Parent Rev. T. Johnson, president -
7-1, followed by Mr. In- CARVER NEWSCarver's C Cogdell principalWe Association will meet ; Rev. Harold! Brown,

graham with 62.In the The cagers were defeated Thursday!= February 18th P. R. chairman.B .
\ American Mr. Phase Program Jan. 3 J() by the Miami are so elated over
A\ League, at 8 p.m. In the auditor-
the new look in the LI-
Thornton and Mr. Forde Indicates Achievement. Northwestern Cagersby ium. All parents; and & P Tea
And shouldn'tw
lead the field with an 8-1, Recently, 27 eighth graders a score of 83-74. The brary. elated'over whv lends are urged to at-
J 5-3 record respectively. and 26 seventh graders Intermural program is o the tend. A film I will be The Business! and Pro-

1 Mr. T. Anderson now leads were moved up to a continuing awards were newly acquired Primary shown. (Our Million Dol- fessional Women's Club
the 9th graders havingwon phase that has placed presented to outstanding we've hern wishing a n cllonging lar Baby) Ij e informed invite you to attend its

nine games and los- them on their respective students by Principal for a long time. about the nations number Installation Service and

ing two. grade level. An additional Nicholas Borota. Juniorsare Room. It's something one killer Cancer. It does Tea Sunday Feb. 14, 4 to

improvement has also been looking forward to The primary boys and not care whom It strikes. 6 p.m. at the Church of

The Teen-age Leaguegot noted 27 seventh gradersand the 11th grade test which girls have been thrilled to There will he a questionand the Open Door. A delightful -

off to a terrific start 26 8th graders mov- will be given on Feb; 23 no end. answer period 1 afterward program I is; plannedfor

J with a 48-point production ed up one phase.As and 24. Parents are invited your enjoyment.
by Gregory Johnson to be present at PTA During Boy Scout Week,

\ 1 of the Ticks to lead them a result of the afore meeting to be held February the Bethune Family saw

I to a 601-49 trouncing of mentioned improvementall 10, at 8:00 p.m. In fit to honor one who ser- RAINBOW PARK

beat the All Stars 70-56 phase numbers will be the school's 'auditorium. ved faithfully for many Rainbow Park Elementary ; To all who're troubled. Yo*

the Rams. The second changed. There will only Trophies will be presented years as Scout Master of School Invites you to 1 con have them solved now,!
game saw the Warriorsand ttj; 8 phases In grades 7 Troop 9fl. Samuel Grant ,
to the homerooms hav- attend its annual St. Val- ; it makes no difference what;
all five starters of and 8, 2 sections of phase a retired member of the
both teams hitting in the ing the largest number of I entine's Day Tea Sunday | they ore, they can be solved;
double figures.In H in grade 7 and 8. parents present. In ob- Bethune Family, was l-'cb. I II I at ::3:30: p.m.A by a Man how Detroit, Mich.;
honored during and assembly -
have servance of Negro His-
the second night of combined Math ,&programs and team tory Week February 8-12 program Friday, I wonderful programhas HAROLD MOSS

the Girls Basketball teaching with classes of the Negro History Club February 12. Many acts : heen. planned for olr11Ieasul'c.

League games the Jolly 50 are taught by a math sponsored by Mr. James of appreciation were exI I CALL (91-3525

Jivers upset the Upsettersby teacher and another assisting Campbell have plannedthe pressed.We !11I's. Sarah I KPll%'. pivsl- 1771 NW 64th Street
a score of 27-12. teacher. Five such following activities: I dent.
extend a 'hearty
Scrapbook Contest whichis > <
Geraldine Williams led classes now exist in welcome to Mr.s: Viola Mrs. Rosa I.. Korison"
opened to all students, : EST. 1946
the scoring for the Jolly grades seven and eight. Palmer. She is a recent
P.A. system presentationon principal; Mrs Beatrice
Jivers points. with For the a total losing of Up-14 enable This move more was people made to be to famous Negroes ((30 to addition to the secretarial 1\Williams Tea chairman. 9ti JticQio.&QAfbt*
GO seconds Por- ----
under the of daily)
setters, Patricia Johnson tutelage certified -
traits of famous WHY RISK ..
led the scoring with five << personnel. Negroeswill The American Childhood -
points. be placed in stratgic : Education Associa- TRADING STAMPS Iiw4itKmkKms.
The fact that .">3 people places throughout the tion met here Thursday, .
The last half of the are achieving on grade building, a chapel program
I cb. I I. During the meet- BUY SELL .
\ double header saw the level, i n some instances Feb. 11, a display of Demon- Plc..T..
Soul Sisters outclassthe moving up :3 or 4 phases scrapbooks and activities Ing a Reading EXCHANGEHIGHEST Wilt .'

+ 0-2 Silhouettes by a i N an indication of success; in library and activities stiatlon was given by Antes ',eE -' 'k .. "

score of 48-5. High scor- statistics Indicate a 10% signs I n tot the Mrs. Gwendolyn Welters, PRICES PAID mi "' "'j,11,
teacher +huwingAnnouncement
er for the game was return over the regular- school. reading root ':; Sandra Pearson with 20 curriculm. ---- Room 916 Langford Bldg. fIST .' mils
Approximately 182 indents

points. Our prugiam [Is adapted making the honor 121 S.E. 1st Street INDIVIDUAL/ ORTHOPEDIC

In a number of different roll for the third s i x The Liberty Choir UMKH

FRANCES TUCKERThe school settings. Our phase weeks were highly com- Union will convene at the I TEL 311.8286 5JwltU1L 8DD JtJ-

PTA of Frances S. system has been adapted mended by Principal Nic- :Mt. Aaron Baptist Church 1621 II W. 3BIH :t NE 54311
Tucker Elementary School by B. T. W.. Jackson and kolas Borota. Congratulations Sunday, Feb. 14, 3 p.m., Feb.27
met Jan. 25 Robert E, I, e e schools. to Leola Alford and Rev. McCraney, pastor, FREE ARKINC Rt., Let __

have modified their program Willie Mae Burch of Miss corner of 17tih Ave, and

There will be a Dade along our lines to Bessie Forbes homeroomand 69th St. Come out and en- HIGH SCHOOL HOME STUDY COURSE

County Newspaper Con- meet their needs. Several George Pugh of Mr. Joy this great musical pro-
vention Feb. 17-20. The visitors have observedour Thomas Sutton homeroom gram.Friday. According to the release of a local Negro newspop.r,70%

convention will be in program in action. f o r obtaining a 4.0 of the Negro adults are without a high school education,

Daytona Beach. Prizes average for the third six night, Fe)). 12, making them fall into a low paying job group.
will be awarded and all Dedication Ceremonieswill weeks there t will he a preparation -

delegates are asked to be he held Sunday. Feb. program! field at Mt. Why remain In this group? Raise living standards.
f in by Fell. 10. II, 1965, at 4:00: p. m. at The B. T. W Concert Olive Primitive Baptist Finish high school with a reliable organisation. For as
t the Brooker Street Park, Band Performed at Mt. Church 1612 NW OJHh!
There will be a post- low as $2.50 per week, you can study In your spare time
sjxinsored; bv the lions Zion Baptist Church, Sun- Terr. RPV. N. Nixon, pastor while maintaining fob. Receive high
Valentine Day Tea at G. your present your
day Jan. 31 for Franklin
a choir No. 1 and the school **
W. Carver Feb. 21. diploma.
D. Rooevelt Birthday other union choirs are

We also had a very, High students celebration Program. The getting ready for their
will furnish the music. band Home Study course will enrich your life, make you self
very inspiring speaker& on Tthe public 1-6 cordially Is again planning it's once a year Gospel Gathering reliant and qualify you for a better job. Don't waste pre.clout .
the Intellectual and Emotional annual fund raising drive March 11 to llth.
Invited to attend.A time. Fill out and mall today.
Development by and benefit band concert. Watch for this big vent.

the Child. Miss Marion post Valentine Tea The date Is Inconsluslvc.Jle .
and Fashion Show Is beIng Feb. 26 another great' Writ. to P.O. Box 174. Cratigny Branch, Miami, Florida
Stotz, a psychologist of sponsored by the .-s.rjl il Office Tre.tsee.tRUPTURE program will be held at Why wait? Thousands are hired annually through the
the Dade County School Primitive merit
P.T.A. St. Mark Bap- system.
Sunday February
PILES 53rd
System. 21, at 4:00: p.m. in Carver's Rectal DleuIlHo Varicose VeIn, St.tist Church The choral 1455 group N\\f of Name..S.S. No. .. ... .. .... ...

Mrs. Celestine Wells, Auditorium.of $1.00 for Adults A donation Discard.........THUS- No last tlM Miami is inviting all their Address ..................Phone ..............
Upeei CorreedeaW :

Deotha publicity Holmes chairman president; Mrs.; being and 50c charged for children for admis-Is a.p tre. LONG'S- tow CMCDR. clINIC friends.program.Don't Mrs. miss Iva Smith this Present Working Hours............... .. ... ........

Isaac J. Meares, principal. sion. IStt 8W Lz.. B*. TR 1-1I. chairman.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, Februay: 12, 1965 19

F By that time managers investment has assumed Tragedy usually!: develops from the fact that

considerable proportions. There isn't he seldom knows when he ought to quit. Ap-
much in the way of monetary rewards for a parently the hardest truth to drive into a fight

beginner. In New York, for instance, the usual er's head, is that there is no use kidding himself -
Spearing pay at the small club for a preliminary, boy by turning the hands of the clock back.

.tI I I range from $50 for a four rounder to tops Yet when you check the records you'll find

$100 for a sixer. If the kid would go to post that very few "good ones" (some exchampions -

With Sports' every week it wouldn't be too .tough a problem, ) had sense enough to get out of the busi-
I but he hardly could expect to operate that often ness and remain peacefully in retirement.
One hour every three or four weeks wouldbe

HARRY closer to the normal pace. Meanwhile, living _... ,
... 7 SPEAR > :;'''{ v '" ':'- ,1
_I training and other keep rolling
expenses 'Is' 100th Mil toRttNlist
along and more often than not, it is an invest- s THwrris": 'I
This week I am writing about some of the ment that never pays off. ">, I
old time greats. i C: ,II Amy Rtsirvt
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Seen in gyms these days are a few veteran m T
Once in a while I do this for the purpose of boxers hopeful of making a comeback. An Army Reserve unit in his'lvilian occupation. He
the Miami area re-enlisted its also expressed interest in
bringing back some memories. The Ring, Sports Whether this is for personal glory or for the 100th man, Jan. 27, as Sp. the retirement benefits of the
Illustrated, Boxing Illustrated, Boxing Inter- few dollars they can get out of it; they ignorethe Ulysees Harris,of 14101 Jef- reserves and the additionalpay.
- national and many other publications react rule of the way of all flesh. ferson St.rRichmond Heights, He now has 10 years'
the same, but the stories are from the old signed up for another three credit on active duty and in
timers themselves. Hope you enjoy reading Boxing is perhaps the hardest of all sports ,years. the reserves and needs 10

them. and where the going is toughest of all, is on the the Harris men of was the sworn 324th in General before more for retirement before pay.being eligible

comeback trail. It is a very old story about the Hospital by Col. Chauncey He has been a member of
Visiting Florida are former featherweight, veteran who stubbornly refused to admit de- M. Stone, commanding officer. the 324th for three years and
Rocky Scott out of Rochester, who is 65 yearsof feat by Father Time until the truth is pair- The 324th, with 83 officersand while on active duty servedin
age. He is still going strong. Rocky foughtin fully hammered in him. The mind stays 315 enlisted men, is one Japan and California.
the days of Joey Celmers, Johnny Green, youthful even though elasticity has desertedthe of the largest reserve unitsin

Cutie Kaufman, Rosey Story, Al Gordon, Benny muscles. The ego still asserts superiority Florida. SEWING AT ITS BEST
Stone in
Nelson, Tough Phil Logan, Danny Brown, depite the inevitable lowering of endurance Harris before, commending the troops, cal-
Matty Haley, Chris Newton, Harry 'Burns. under the Wo ipoclallio In all types ofwing.
power presure of the years. It's a led Harris deed"an inspira-.
All these and many more Rocky fought. He is hard proposition to an athelete who, by look- tion to the entire unit." .. Dr....*. aMru, al-

a good friend of Joe Netro who managed theDejohn ing at him, is fighting fit, and feeling okay, to Harris, 28, an operatingroom toraflons, restyling, mocks,
Brothers and Carmine Basilio. entertain the idea that assistant in the V.A. bedspreads, covert ondtop.I.
he is due to be entered
Hospital in civilian life, ex- Even uphol.tery.Contact
in the ranks of the battle-scarred has-been
plained that the training he
Jim King, former boxer-trainer and manager brigade. Yet that is where the scrapped is receives in the Army Reserve Flora, at

who has a training camp at Fall River, Mass., bound to finish if he sticks to the game too as an operating room specia- 1065 NW 79th St. 6336213NOW .
worked with Jim Maloney, a great heavy- long. list is highly beneficial to

weight. Panama Al Brown, former bantam-

weight champion of the world. King boxed in

Australia, England and other parts of Europe. Phil Ossofer

Tony Souza, former lightweight in the early Dade County teachers
30's, out of Boston, was a great club fighterand have been censured for I
had over 200 bouts and still looks using a ficticious personIn
great. their advertisement for
higher wages It Is un-
derstandable that such an
Battling Odin, out of Passiac, N.J. likes ethical group, made up of
Florida. That's why he is back again. Odin the Instructors of our : NITELY
fought the best of them. He is director of the younger generation, should .
keep all their activities
National Veterans Boxers Association, also ac- a high honorable level Except Sunday
tive in many other sports, past president of However, If the method
Boxers Veterans Association of Passaic, Bergen used is acceptable from : *
County, N. J. other sources; those who .c'- TWIN DOUBLE
are out for personal gain,
It should be acceptablefrom NO --- Res.JE TO DATE
Sorry to hear of a great old time heavy- the teachers. It. is MINORS RECORD PAYOFF

weight, Mike Conroy, who stopped BattlingSiki right for all or wrong for 1-0348 $14,161.60Forecast

in the,old days, passed away recently at all

the age of 63. His old time friends and myself It seems strange to me
will never forget him. May his soul rest in that our children are to
peace be taught by highmlnded,
ethical personages, only
to he released into a /
Ben Levene of Brownsville, Brooklyn, N. Y. world where, as far as ad- 1'a
is now making his home on Miami Beach. He vertslng Is concerned,
was formerly with the New York Post, retired "myhln goes No won- mtm
der have confused
w e a
after 47 years .He was also mayor of Browns- generation growing un in
ville for 11 years. Ben is an official with the our midst I t Is being ',
Miami Beach Boxing Commission. He is ac- confused y a n older
tive looking the boys over at the 5th Street ton fused Deration '

Gym daily. Also happy to meet the old timers. There seems to be a
The 5th Street Gym is the cross roads of the a lack of maturity in :
world for meeting all connected with boxing. much of our advertising,
I.'I u t ten, per h aps t h use
ads are not aimed at themutm'e
Michael Marino is responsible for seeing market Slogansare

Willie Pep keep in shape, not for a come back the order of the day. Clear.Crisp..Dry:
but for other reasons. Michael says you never "I'd "rather fight than
for instance
know what the outcome may be.
To be in the "know"
LITTLE RIVER RESULTSA today, one must have a
black eye, ;a tiger In his
substitute fight of 8 rounds, main event tank and use a charcoal)
last week was a hard fought battle betweentwo final) filter Off '

small fighters, the ever busy Jerry Pow- Pity the IKJOI-' teachers! fJ 82 r'Mrn.
ers, 128, and Jackie Richmond, 125, which The cigarette industry .. 89 J
ended in a draw. The crowd met the approvalof through advertising, gets 63
the decision. Other results: Freddie Wilson, u halo around: i t s head, 11111111 / I-

152, tko'd Johnny Tutuska in four rounds. while the using; teachers the assocIation same-

tko'd publicity medium, ends up
James Lee 135 in a six-round ,
with a black eye! G .
Ray Malone, 135 in the 2nd round. O -. 77
Bobby Posi- There were four Negroes C e3 G O L M 4
George Sawyer, 138, won who served as popes in the
tano, 139 in six rounds. Billy Rivers, 164 won history of the Catholic '

over RoeHf Brooks in four rounds.A Church.IOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. ,, 75 /{ REISCHMAMI'S.y.



like to manage a fighter? You think you havea The Mary Lee

prospect that can make the grade leadingto Agency
fame and fortune? The development of a 781.5211 751-6112

boxer can be mighty expensive venture. It of- 12391 NE 6th A... .
ten runs into robust financial figures, not to
mention sweat and tears on the nervous system.
equip- DowwtJe for homes of -O
Such things as gym dues and JtetiMtloa. No rtK< tnlMi fee -
ment are the least of many items: that pile up. Cooks, housekeepers, maids ...
butlers chauffeurs 'oaNIII.II
his living sad ...gIH
While the kid is learning the trade _
He'll)) need spend- 70 -
expenses must be considered. -
and if you think you -o- -
ing occasionally,
have money the merchandise, the boy will not hold a During the War of 1812, Clear. crisp...dry. .
Negro were
job and trainer will be on your payroll to work freed to captain American that's the taste you get withFLEISCHMANN'S,
with him. Even if he survives the early going 1 battleships against the Bri-
before he progresses ,tish. After the war, some
it is often more than a year GIN & VODKAnincMMwrt
he tarns enough to were returned to slavery although
to the stage where permanent freedom IIH-N me.ririsciwMirs NOM-N....oni ouniu no*MUUCM sarrs-1\1I RIISCIIUIII amuas CORP..!.?.c.
become self-supporting. had been promised.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 12, 1965 _

: :'::: r.SL'. rrS:: Bailey Cancels'Negl'o Dayat State Fair. I
1 %i.fi( :*W .L:i4'rcSr :

mffJi! r' The achievement awards fair the week before.
: program for young Negro Robert Saunders, NAACP
; : :: :'" fanners at the Florida State Field Secretary said a seriesof "Ir..ktllrolli For loys"H.ils
Fair in Tampa was cancel- conferences had been held
led Friday on orders from with state and federal offi-
t:. .;S State School Superintendent cials over the past two years Adilt Scots
Thomas D. Bailey, fair officials seeking to eliminate all
;;Zt::: said.NAACP traces of racial'discrimin' More than 60 adults thruughout your scout
official praisedthe lion at the fair. scout leaders are to be unit or reservations maybe
Bjr ALBERT W. COOKE action as another step "We are proud to know hailed for their participation made by calling,'.'the
toward the elimination of segregation the that state has moved :.o In the program of Scout Service CenterSKIH
in school activi- eliminate it (the special the Boy Scouts of America ()1. .3.
44 Not understanding. The secret springsof ties. program (Saunders said. at the District 10 Recognition
The achievement
Friday was scheduled as separate dinner at. Estes
w action. colored youth achievementand program for Negroes and Restaurant, 1500 N\V 36th
school children's day. white, Saunders said, were St. on Feb. 16.
Which lie beneath the surface and the snow The cancellation notice was another method of continuingsegregation. DISEASESA
Are disregarded; with self satisfaction sent to the management the This group represents
citizens of our communityfrom approach to reattse.t -
We judge our neighbors and they sew
all walks of life who
Often go not understood"-Brackton. Housekeepers, cooks, take time to give service sad ..die a tI o.
TO SEW? maids, mother's helpers,
LEARNING toward the developmentof based o. specialized
Someone said to me the other day, "Cooke couples, wanted for topnotch .. good citizenship in toys blood and laboratory

you look" nasty, sloppy and your shoes aredirty. Want a good Sewing ,and Connecticut.jobs In New Trans-York of our community. tests. Also general prac-

Mock.? poration advancedalso Special honors will l he tice.
given Arthur Mays who
I dove fort 1965 Modtls and pioneered the program in DR. H. HAAG
This attack damaged my spirit and my effectiveness that were used for is- commercial types local jobs for this area and continues to
for the of the Overnightthe serve. PL
rest day. .castrations during the male and female.
anxiety passed. holidays. 1/3 to 1/2%off. Burlang Associates Tickets are available
terrible look Easiest available. For !:'C:. _u -
, This is not to admit that I was Employment Agency -- ------- -
O' ing. I just did not meet this person's standards.I free boat demonstrations Phone 757-7C74:

in my opinion, was not nasty. My $12.95 plus Call 691-7216 502 NW 54th Street JET TV CLINICHOME
tax shirt might not had been in best shape butit --
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was clean. I washed it that morning. My $18
tailormade pants was a little loose. I've lost SERVICE CALLS $1.00

20 pounds. My $10 shoes was dirty. I was wearing Day or Night
dirty buck hush puppies. What I needed, I Q ORS heR ty5 W. 3rrk All Mk*.ofHI.FI'
guess is to consolidate and get myself some obr rOIMn
"fronts." and STEREOS
V Y WO' Ab R..t
j W .N 'k > Jr id 1p
Too often fronts. We give the im- *
we put on
Where old and new friends *eet TVs by the week or month
pression that all is well and that we are doing
fine. Are we really or is this a false impres-I
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sion. Our boys and girls; our sons and daughters .
;even our cousins imitate us. So it is that I PI .Y'' 4 MIII Il.y 'iTllAII'' ,: Phone FR 4-2044
they devote most of their income to clothes,
cars and the like. $c3 aagcccssggc
They feel that they must impress Homeone.I I
I think they should but not through material

\ I have noticed many good looking people

:. with jobs and positions for which they are in- I ] A I
. \ adequate. Ability to do a job should carry a
)Ap little more weight than appearance. This does
\ not seem true however, as I look around me. ,
J I.,. I guess one just has to put on a front.,
1 1 know that in position I must set
my an ex-
ample for boys and girls. This, however is my 5757 H.W. 27th AYE. IPERRINE SHOPPING I 6483 TAFT ST. 10 TIL 9SUN. SAT.

life story. My life is an example, not my MIAMI I HOLLYWOOD
clothes. I came from nothing. I was born in a CENTER GCOMPLETE12PCILIVING
945 0381 ii -
0736 -
238 29O1
slum. I grew up in "Goodbread Alley. I sent
\ r myself to college. I sent my wife to high choolJ'
and then to college. I went back to college and
earned a master's degree. I've been writing ROOMNEVERt
I ) "Cousins Under The Skin" since 1959. Just: recently -
I I've been working on opening a record / .,, v. KI
shop, a newspaper stand, a shoe shine stand, a : :' "
j, sundry and, I'll be filling out income tax returns ; '
\" at 2715 NW 54th St. Am I not then living .' IIt.l1
up to my task of example setting. Shouldn'tour BEFORE!"- .
lives be like the Christ A living ex-
ample. L

"Oh God that men would see: a little clearer

Or judge less harshly where they cannot see;
O God! That men would draw a little nearer,
To one another; they'd be nearer thee -
And understood".-Thomas Brecken. -

ThN i is our Father's world-COUSIN. "
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