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 26, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00357

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Volume 42 No. 25 THE MIAMI TIMES ,

$1,202,230 AskeoYtrty Y I, fLk S

; : lulli 4

P Program! in ". ,

___ _._.___.____-mmum iW* < K m, : Economic school tutoring and recj at* 1
President of
A $1,202,230 countywide, ; .,
against Opportunity Program, Inc., ional SI
five-point program
days a
non-profit corporation set will be open seven
presented before a
poverty was until 1 lp.no.
efforts week from 9 a.rn.
the Miami commissioners up to direct anti-poverty
Friday. in Dade, Cassel told Summer education oroRnun.

Five separate Negro the commission the program costing 530285. Schoolsin

areas of Dade stretching from would actually beam in a the five Negro areas, plus
Opa-locka in the north to few months if the expected Dade Teachers, would provide
Homestead in the south will federal approval is tortn- half-day school sessions ,I

o be the local battlefield.As coming. for 20,752 students 'tMalcolm
outlined by Alvin Cas- The five-pronged program ranging in age from four to
itself will be applied to the
sel, the program would be in 17.
L addition to smaller anti- five Negro areas to help end Administration costing
; poverty and its causes. Theyare of office
w poverty programs already approved $98,350 for cost
by the federal govern- : space and expenses,salariesfor
ment for the City of Miami Development, costing 10 responsible for runningthe
and the Dade School Board. $98.155.plus $34,000 grantedby proposed five point pro X, who was slainin
5', } : '" 'J'I;. The Miami approved program EOPI last fall and would New York last Sunday,

: J 1 ; I" calls for hiring 40 college supply funds to pay staff gram.Volunteer services will was in Miami the last time-;*

; r.' ':: { students-who need salaries, expenses and provide cost $17,195, to "recruit, about a year ago, as a guest
.;:" # money to stay in schooltowork overall planning of the screen, train and supervise at the Hampton House on

'. "l'\Ji\ : ". .- 15 hours a week in city propose program and finance skilled volunteers" to work 27th Ave.
t', :.. libraries at $1.35 per hour. development of the new ones. in all phases of the program
'lir "t ,.':"4' board a Neighborhood multi-ser staff Malcolm was a close con-
," ." The school program and aid professional
,. "' ,! $460- of Cassius Clay when
costing fidante
'It .. vice centers,
won a
youth members.
neighbor corps
e N' t .,. };' if!: 245. Only three of the plan- of the he trained here for his fight
\ .
t fr 1,' : yH grant of some $500,000.The Of the total cost
M. {.' .. 1 .. f ned five centers would be with Sonny Us ton last Feb
.4- five new areas are: the federal government
.1 program
". : ... : constructed initially. They $1,065,501 ruary.He picked Clay to beat
;f ) e. .. Bun c h e Park-Opa-locka would pay

.' !r...ofit.': ".' .... ''." It "';'t Central Negro District,Coconut would and provide physical& professionalstaff plant for and the focal groups would crown Sonny for and the was heavyweight one of the
j\ .t Richmond
'... Grove,Perrine make up the balance of him he climbed -
to provide as
.. : 65,000 people first to greet
:4k : ; '. .'i'{ 3 Heights and the Homestead- $136,729 either in cash
I : -f ,', Florida City area. Cassel employment counseling, legal services and facili from the ring in MiamiBeach
grants or
said they were chosen because aid services, public ties. as the winner.

B.T.W. COED ELECTED STATE F.T.A. PRESIDENT of need. health and visiting nurses I ,

Cecilia Lawrence, 117 was chosen President of the .

State F.T.A. Cecilia along with ether F.T.A. representatives NAACP Benefit Show in ,

attended the Future Teachers of America State CON iP.r I

vention in Tampa, Florida on Feb. 5-7. Cecilia is to serveas

State President for the year 6546. Other stadents attending Convention Ball Sunday "'d- ,. ft;j;

were Leolo Alexander, Patricia, Bertoa, Gloria Lonier, ...."."L uf\-tjiebii \
t Bannister Dorothy.Davis. "' ",tein ';the"'opening"hiiMllincr* :iT D,Convention an .maftaaeliOnf' :
Trimble Susan Rolle Fancy '
Joan has
41d! su ivan provedhimself 'benefit show this'Sunday' has:arranged }for

Silvia Smith, Ann Dwggins, Anglene.Derham, Sandra MeLead 4: : to be thi.'greatbena ''afternoon"the : "'at:3: o*;clockwill.- the seating\',to,,
and Ruby Thomas. r i'factor" for:the Miami Branch' ,have&otuttage
--- I ISe tof the'NAACP,;'by'making'1t of;Count: ,Basio,. Tony,Martin Auditorium and guarantee dad
possible for ;the' show 'to'be. :'!&' ;Cyd Charisse,,,Dick ,Gregory "P' 0D8.camplete'aati.factlon

h u.ail.f* shifted to the Cmvontlon"lUaU ,',Joe wllliams, ,Jimmy 'in offering an 'unobstructedview '
I with an improved sealing Durante,Kay Start and'a boat of 'the, stage from anylocation
: arrangement for an additional .In this beautiful
;; of other stage and TV luminaries
5.1I11 '
Cost $ .t rIbs. N 200300 patrons for Dave Tyler and ,his hall i
what will certainly be a com: The spectacular revue will
the pit
Is play
orchestra *
., _. _____N.-J: : :... Ticket
u. --- ----w plete'ae11-out. Added late starters Invitedto ,run front 3 to 6 p.m.
A compromise teacher ter 12 years experience doctorate as In addition to Mr:: Sullivan! ., 'join this, impressive list ,agencies *re:,North's Travel

pay proposal was madeto teacher could with a reach $11- will be. Abbe;Lane, the exotic Bureau, Com Richmond Drufpi
Dade School Board degree believes and beautiful, 'singer, alongwith Grand Drugs
committee '
that 000. The 'NCl l'. Market,
this week asking teacher should comics Corbett Monica Drugs: Super

teachers start at $5,500 a start at a$ ,OOO,. Mrs Dean ,and; 'Pat }Henry, who recently Book: Horizons.tand Miami I IBeach'
year dnstead of the pres- said. closed successful engagement Auditorium Box Offices. !
ent start of $1,750. st ,the ,Deanville Hotelcostarring 'There are stillmaaychoice
would haveto Dr. Hall, in older to Mary Smith McCrae, with. the 'very ,talented seats available butdoo't
Taxpayers have a greatly expandedsummer of St. Petersburg Fla., has Wilson. wait td be turned away;tP
$12 Nancy
million a
pay $56.6 school wants to been named by the National ,
million increase over the make all-year employ- Funeral Director and Embal- "
teacher salary
current ment available for teach- mer magazine to receive its
schedule. ers who want it. coveted"Woman of the Year" t

The recommendation award for 1964. Robert H.

was presented In the formof Dade ClasMoom Teacher Miller,of Chicago, editor and ,.t
a report from the Professional ; Association has publisher of the journal, said k
Policies Com- the purpose of the award is
asked the board for aWaiting
mittee, created by the salary of U,000, "to give recognition to women
board. Mrs. Janet Dean and a maximum pay of who are making noteworthy rl4r r ;
a guidance counselor $13,200 for a lO- 'car contributions to the funeral
drama teacher at Carol teacher with a doctorate profession and to community P t
City Junior High, is .Ie ..ee. That would cost welfare." Mrs. McRae, born

chairman. the taxpayers $7<; mil in Monroe, Oa., has operatedthe ?

Under the proposal, af- lion. McRie Funeral Home in pCYD
St. Petersburg since the deathof --

-_. her husband. (NPI Photo) CHARISSE .
"i ;.
) .Jurll !

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I' T' Faxed Prof Jax Teacher

Fired in

I Speaks at UMDr. BoycottJACKSONVILLE wr

Charles U. Smith, headof A :
( the Depar tment of Sociology teacher has been fired -i ffWh

!I fat' Florida A&M University, for activities during a
\will address the Institute for student boycott of schools. .
g a' Florida'! and South Georgia The Duval County A

\School Board Members and board of public instruc- a )
(Superintendents on "The tion discharged William
I and Operationof R. Muldrow, a seventh-
Establishment science instructorat
Desegregation Plans" duping
$ ( Richard L Brown
be held here
a meeting Elementary School, for greatest achievements to date
Dover, by special
24-26 at the University -
I February insubordination will do his famous have been in imitations of
of Miami.On request of television's the voice of others. Ed Sullivan
February 13, Dr. Smith Muldrow was accusedof impersonation personality Ed has featured Arnold
most popular
attended the Training Insti- telling his pupils hey Sullivan, Sunday, Feb. 28, at many times on his Sunday
,tute for Staff Members of would get A's if the y the NAACP Benefit Show inMiami TV show calls him the Sepia
home during
School Systems with Multi. stayed Sinatra.
Beach Auditorium.

Handing Nathaniel( Starkes a $800 check for winning the [,Cultural Schools held here at would three-day fall If boycott they attended but- Arnold has been a show Above Arnold is shown,,_,.
(the University of Miami. all of his life.He has
is local night deb school. stopper with singing sensation Nancy
Golf Tournament
12th Anneal North-Soeth During the institute,he spoke been compared to Sammy ;
owner and ornament chairman, Clyde Killens. Starkes won 5x1 the topic "The Dynamics The boycott was called Davis Jr.,in that he possesses Wilson who just closed at the a
smash I engagement
the event by carding winning roends of 68-70-75 for a 213 ag jpf Social Change ,in the Contem2orary last fall to protest conditions a powerful singing voice his Deauville Hotel,Mi ami Deach.TEMPOBA ,
in the schools. in his own right yet
gregate. (Miami-Metro News Bureau Photo.) tommun !: ." '

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday February 26. 1965People.

1IIIIIIir....rm OI"' 0 0 II ,1 II III 0 011 In". II a II O.J' Filler Warren

and ElliottROOSlvllt

;. to
Debate Capital \
rt**'v* By Lawrence B. Cooper .

; ,
Albert Wellington Cooke, mathematics Punishment __ Yy

teacher, philosopher, Christian and extremely _

ambitious, who conducts the column "Cousins Do you believe that II
Under the Skinwrote recently of his open- Is civilized In this ing of a business place. and 1 age to electrocute a
human being? Do you feel

Having more time than I could dispose of that capital punishment
I decided check "Ole \\A' necessary for the protection f tI +
effectively, to go and of the people?
Cookie" out. Guiding my "Jolly Charlie" Olds Does capital punishmentmake
carefully through traffic, I was telling myself martyrs out of
'" not to taunt or be critical of his business. I had murderers? Mw

visions of seeing a "hole in the wall" with Elliott Gov Fuller Roosevelt Warren will and sit

maybe 'a coupla items of cosmetics and drugs with you in person a n d _
sparingly spaced on a shelf, one or two rec- discuss these and any A large crowd was in attendance at the dedication services of the Temple of the Grand

ords, one brand of soda water. You know, the other questions vou might United-Order of Pallbearers of America,Inc.,Sunday January 24.Rev. Aaron D. Hall grand

usual things that a small, small 'business man'op' the have Cah'lreTheatre at a Speak-Out of In chaplin, was the minister In charge. Grace Presbyterian Church rendered music. Rev. A.T. I
ns with. Tony's Fish Market Restaurant :;- Stone spoke from the fullness of his heart. Rev..A.T. Stone is grand president, and Mrs.

79th St. Causeway W.M. Brown, financial secretary.

Cooke and I have been buddies over the Tuesday March 2 at .. ..............,. .,.
.." '" ',''. ,, "".H'" "
years. We became friends when he used to 8:30: p.m. Presented My ': .1 .m; ; '.s!; lhIHI; t ; >

sell Miami Times. He would. take out 15 centsof Ruth Foreman and Ed .- FBI Probes Stvdtit LOUIS at Gibbs'J'lior
his earnings and go to the movie. Ten cents Seney. managing editor of
the Miami Beach Sun
for the show and a nickel for candy. The rest who will moderate. I

went home. He wasn't stingy, mind. you. Just Admission Is' free. Just
conservative and ambitious! walk in and sit down at c t.. College; Two Administrators are Suspended
one of the small; checkered wr:;
I was pleasantly shocked when I stepped tables and join In agood ST. PETERSBURG dent loan checks appa- Gibbs joined the Nat1oni
into Cooke's place of business. He has hun- hot debate. Air your (NPI) School Supt. FloydT. rently was cashed. al Defence Training Act
dreds views or just sit and lis- Christian last week followed progra m.Welch .
of the popular records and albums, name The suspensions -
ten. It will be like Chicago
your cold drink and it's yours. Shelves are Bughouse Square. suspended two aides GlWbs and: a week after the Instructor of accounting -
College of
sudden resignation was assigned to
well stocked. Cooke sells just about anythingyou called on federal autho- former president, JohnW. help keep loan ,records in
want. If he hasn't got what you want, he'll ties to enter the Investigation Rembert. mid-1963 following a crI-
get it for you. Affy. Rodrfqvez:I of handling of tical report from federal
$111,000 In federal fundsat Christian told Smith officials. He was relievedof
He took me into his "ante room." This is the school. ,ind Welch their suspension this responsibility last

well furnished with drapes, desks, couch, FAMU Founders The Pinellas County til the would Investigation continue "un-is December.

table lamps, etc. This is where he consults with school superintendent did over," but they will be
you in privacy on income tax returns and directs Day Speaker not place blame on t h e "reinstated If exonerated. -
his two salesgirls out front."Cousins" aides but said he had ." TRADING STAMPS
"statements and evidence
Principal speaker at the Indicating that some students The superintendent called -
has a good location at 2715 NW Florida A&M University BUY SELL
receive the to his
did not the two men
54th St. This little bit of commercial copy Founders' Day Assembly Friday money from the checks office after being advisedof
won't tell all. Go by and hail Albert. He's generally March 12, will be Atty. that were cashed." (Information uncoveredby EXCHANGEHIGHEST

there after school. But carry some Francisco Rodriquez, promi- county school auditors PRICES PAID
nent Tampa attorney, George Suspended were the retainedby
change with you because are bound to and accountants
you purchase
W. Conoly, chairman of the college's business mana-
the St. Petersburg Roan 916 Langford Bldg.
something, even if it's only The Miami Founders' Day Committee, ger, Richard C. Smith, Times.
Times. How does Cooke say it? "This is our announced this week. and David T. Welch, a 121 ,S.E. 1st Street
Father's World?" Selah !lr Other events, scheduled business instructor. Smith rrhe Student Loan pro-
. .... during the three-day Foun- and Welch are partners gram, financed mostly TEL 311-8286
In S&W Bookkeeping and with federal funds, has
It lamentable ders' We ekend will includethe
was that ,Malcolm. X was as- alumni meeting, pilgrimage Tax Service through been administered by F.b.27
fin'arted< last Sunday. which in stu- 'since
to of the founders some $3,200 Rembert and Smith '
Although I don't kosher up to any group or and the alumni luncheon on

organization that preaches division, of the Saturday, March 13, and theFounders' ........ ., ........'.... .., ..
races and race hatred, I do think that a Vespers on Sun- -

person should espouse his cause and gather day March 14. FOR THE FINEST I APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATES CALL.

around him those who care to follow his ideas. +
Sneaker at the Founders'
Malcolm X and his ilk are fighting for a Luncheon which will coin-
cause, 'tis true, but in a democratic society as cide with the annual Inter- TAL ,

ours, it's extremely unpopular and too far scholastic Press Workshop 7 BONDEDz
to the left. I Luncheon, will be Mrs. Jen-
am even critical of some of our yethel N. Merritt,. president
civil rights groups and their leaders, who are of the Suwannee River Junior ?

more "middle-of-the-road. type. SometimesI College, Madison, Florida.Dr. --1-- RENTAL
fell they are hitting below the belt, so to

speak-then again I feel they are moving too Robert Bragg,pyschia-
slowly. trist, Massachusetts General .

I may sound confused and undecided about Hospital, Boston, will be the w AGENCY INC.
this. outbreak for civil rights. Who isn't? vespers speaker at 6 p.m.
Sunday in Lee Hall Auditorium. -
That's why it's being discussed
pro and con Guest soloist during the
not only by American whites and blacks but program will be Miss Faye
throughout the world. Boyd of Pensacola, a 1964 4 THE LARGEST COLLECTION AND RENTAL
graduate.In 5'
But this Black Nationalist and "blue-eyed addition to Mr. Conoly, AGENCY IN THE SOUTH; OPERATING 'IN
devil" thing have Negroes murdering one an- members of the Founders'Day HON. L. L. BROOKS
other. Take heed. That's what the white supremacists Committee are David C.Colling .
would like to see and are dribbling at ton, Mrs. L.S. Davis, PRESIDENT DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.
the mouth in the Rev. M.G. Miles, and
anticipation of the sweet taste Eddie F. Norwood.ocoocooooooooo.
of "divide and conquer." GEORGE P. HARTH, GENERAL MANAGER

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'"OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOO-- '----- -----u- HAT BOX : MA t GANG A JD J ..a4ky it!!"AiNth,! (b E'rHAH .

This Week in Negro History Watch for "Grand OpulngHats" t+.<. ..,,,.. +10,000 nn YggwwwwdS.KbwAwe.. HOUSING awro1&i .a& ,w.'18 UNITS+l.VaF IY.dt' <> +
for ladles and
oooooooooooooooooooooooooooo children. Bonded also has employment service at main office :

4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
Feb. 28, 1776 Phyllis Wheatley, famed 6318 N.W. 15TH AVENUE +
'poetess, visited Gen. George Washingtonon Friday, Saturday & Sunday TMvll: I.time Ypvbllc telationi'! "dcpartRientJo< 'Assist-**- v"v *yo*'*wei Jo jolvinj! *> probleaii*' +

her birthday.Feb. 9-9 pm Pin$ 0 f fleet...t can,'gtYJ.1iI d4ior: to"door. ;.serrjce.f rJ'IIQ.tSr C"vt.t'"C ,
28, 1869 First recorded exodus of the 0. Ilghts'oad. $8jidayi,. for ."c..rvfce; tall PLs9 _t,': I .
SftK&. < ._
ooooooooooooooI" Sff b> !& mMM -:" ..
Negro' people from the South. I TI 1 J IIIIh. "

Feb. 28, 1942 Anti-Negro riots in Detroit. -- MAIN OFFICE T
"sty seams- L
Feb. 28, 1956 Beginning of bus boycott in FOR SALE 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue ] +
Montgomery Ala., which resulted in de- PL 9-8733- +
segregation of public Jeeps $68.50 Boots $6.18, ITypewriters Vandalism don. by a f.w Is
transportation fa- I II expensive to all. Please help us stop this unn.cessary.vil.
cilities. $4.15, Air. C.A. Lockhart
Public Relattons Director
,Feb. 28, 1957 Court rules jim crow buses planes $72.20, Autos, Farm 5

unconstitutional.Feb. I Tractor., and many others I .;! 41 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
28, 1957 Federal Civil Rights ComMission too numerous to mention. | I
created. Direct from U.S. GovernI 17325 Homestead Ave. '
Feb. 28 1960 First I ment, for compl.t. directory 1 'errlne 1163 H.W. 3rd Avo. FR 3-8416
student sit-in at A and B CE 5.3553
T College, Greensboro, N. C. where to buy In your I 1019 Nassmandvtlis Rd. 1675 N.W. 62nd *. OX 6.2467

I,end $1.00, or $ .tot.1 .... 'o.pano WE M235 3801 Grand Ave. HI 5-1381
National 4240 H W 27th Ave HE 5-3466
Directory, 14255 N.W. 22nd A...
_,__ Club Picnic pit 6 lot 2. keto0 Surplus, P.O. Box po-loch MU 8-0617 '2026 HW: : 75th St. 696-3322

The Atlantic City Club This picnic was schedof I 223, Memphis, Tenn. 38101. I I: 2060 H.W. 3rd Ct. FR 1-5995
Miami Inc. will hold uled for Feb. 21 but was "" w< J .

Its annual, picnic Sunday, postponed on account of L More
Feb. 28 at Crandon Park, rain.
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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday February 26. 1965

ill 100,000 Live in Poverty

j jII A startling discovery of cludes income from other says., -
r, s an open secret was made welfare &roups.There The report on the health
f fr
public this week when it was were 2,679 families of these five areas 'states
reported that 100.000 people who earned between (1,000 ,' that 25.5 per cent of all the
-about 10 per cent of the po and $1,999 annually, and in deaths in Dade County of
pulation-live in poverty, and some instances, up to 5,000, infants under a year old take
the vast majority of them are counting all sums earned by place in these Negro communities -
Negro. any member of the family. and also 33.3 per cent
The most blighted areas The report says there are of Dade's tuberculosis cases 1
II and the ones with the most 20,370 males, 14 or older, ach year are there.
poverty are Liberty City the living in these five areas The 78,000 people are 1,
Central Negro District, the that are in the labor marketnot packed into 25,134 housing *4
Grove going to school. units and 8,224 of these are
r9 .'. Coconut Negro area Many
, s .w the Negro community in Per- don't have jobs now but are substandard housing under'building
f rine, Richmond Heights and actively seeking them.In and sanitary codes. ',jf
WW Homestead-Florida City. the same five areas live The Central District is said
, dr Using 1960 population figures i- 16,492 girls who are 14 or to be the most blighted area
the report said that in older and working,or seeking and the first target of the
a aI these five areas live 78,521 work, rather than attending Urban renewal projects.SHOPPING (

people or 8.4 per cent of the school. Ifoa-81'Kk Office Treat.*l
total population. Lack of schooling also <
There are 17,254 separate reflects in the figures for RUPTURE PILESRecUl 11
I families in our poverty poc- people who are 25 or older, DIM****, Varicose VetM
kets. They are poor. The report and who have no more than a Prostate No lot timeDUrtrd .
shows that 1,672 familieshad seventh grade education. TTWM Upon Correction I
I Urban League's Tomorrow's Scientists and total income of less than There are 18,371 in this el RvptMr low eovl
I $1,000 a year-and this in- group, the EOPI application
IIG 8W 1*. SU FR 1-17.

Technicians Clubs Tour Western ElectricThe r

members of the To- for careers as professional with each serving as a school f
morrow's Scientists I and workers and technicians in sponsor and providing activi- CAR ?
Technicians Club (T.S.T.) of scientific fields. ties quarterly for the club it :; i
North Dade JuniorSeniorHigh The objectives of the program sponsors. The companies are .
School were given an are to increase the num- Western Electric Company,
extensive tour of the Western ber of young people who are Southern Bell Telephone and I
Electric Company facilities. preparing for careers in Telegraph Company, I.B.M. FORA 'v''
Above, the students view telephone scientific and < technical 'Corporation and First Na- $9900"FANTASTICALLY
. i sets that have been re- fields; to broaden the voca- tional Bank.Lectures,demon-
t pairec, while Public Affairs tional horizons of minority stration projects and tours UNBELIEVABLE DEAL
Director Johnny'Metts ex- young youth and to help en- will be given by each com-
plains various parts of the courage youth interested in pany. ON AN ALL NEW CASH OR TRADE .
telephone. fields other than science and Schools participating in LOW MONTHLY'AYMEm .
) T.S.T., as the organiza- technology; and to help reduce this year's program are 1965 RAMBLER BANK RATE FINANCING
1 tion is commonly called, is the appalling waste of Brownsville and Allapattah COME TO DADE COUNTY'S OLDEST
a youth incentives program to the nation's human resources. Junior High School, BookerT.
i 1 search for and discover capable The Urban League has Washington, North Dade, RAMBLER DEALER-CRANE BROS. RAMBLER
t and talented youth who involved in this year's T.S.T. and Northwestern Junior-
have high potential ability program four large companies, Senior High Schools. COMPLETE NEW LINE OF

j I Florida NAACP Rallies to Support of LeaderTAMPA SPECTACULARS"CENTSABLE"FOR '65 $19 07


NAACP bran- ter has been subjected to by It was Mr. Atkins' interven-
ches throughout Florida are police authorities. tion in the arrest of the '63 COMET ==:. -Aw. '63 YOLKS. :.d..: :: '64 RAMBLER : II a ;
rallying to the support of the Earlier this year, Mr. At- Vouths which led to his arrest. hSmNio hassmissise. radix, leer It.tI... If" '11. AufawhifewaN
Rev. J.E. Atkins, presidentof kins was convicted and sen- tire. AI leather threuiheW..Xl395 ..tlc tr..tilll... m5y1starter.
the Winter Haven Branch, tenced to three months' hard : .This a. a beaetlfsl'ca .,,,.,.t.,,. mai7 /eatery ..0hi -
charged with perjury in testi- labor by a Polk County court First Negro N.a.IALIPNICE.1111. aew audi. $1595 '63 RAMBLER rhea :: .sss.ri... UIM 5dlsa .t
mony in his own behalf in a which found him guilty of Dear Se/as. Aetsuatis tr.II. f.et.rentrem.iaiag2295
recent trial. Mr. Atkins is failing to obey a police orderto '60 CHEY It.tl.1I wag. ....... Power .t..rilll, '''' I
also a vice president of the move during a demonstration Serves as JurorIn dud tr.gawwhsias..i A.rt.....I.e.. ., brakes. ,.... sad heater, r 60 METROPOLITAN I.

I state organization. in Winter Haven nearlytwo ...oal t'.111 ear This.ell"a. Nimbler aats. .11II. tln..t c.mel.Clss.. Iser har/fs P. 1.1., ...... ,
Arrested in his home about years ago. Quincy is 1151 ee.ltlieg, ., $895 sic I..... III ..ctn.", electric winJthiiU' ,.,.. f)' I
| midnight, Feb. 12, Mr. Atkins Therecent arrest followeda QUINCY .. NPI The /itisg. tale ass.IlNea.l .......*. $... 'f'-1.price. .\
wasttaken to the county jail, surprise move by FranciscoA. first Negro to serve on a .... ..... $1795 shlgsapai.l. .,
booked on the perjury charge Rodriquez, Florida NAACP jury panel in the historyof C /K L
and later released on $2,500 counsel, to have the United this North Florida RANE ;i
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the latest in a series of harassments participation in the Winter on a jury In a Gadsen "fervfaf.OURMOST
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4. THE' MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 26, 196!S, ..ri.tititir..


() war on poverty in the offing and ita .

, going to affect Negro areas from Miami. Opa-

locka to Homestead.It .

i includes a five-point 'poverty program
that would hire 40college students who would
H.E. SICISMUND REEVES, Editor... Publisher s)31ljBy
GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor need money to stay in school, to work 15 hoursa
week in city libraries earning $1.35 per

Member of the National Newspapers Publishers' Association hour. There's .$500,000 available for t h i H


ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 Alvin Cassell, president of ''Economic Op- This column is neitherfor fertilizer' to an unknown

Ent.r.d as S.cond Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post portunity Program, Inc., a non-profit organi nor against any groupor er field side, a bush of nowhere on the oth-
Office at Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 zation said the program should begin in a organization. It is presented In America. here

Office at 6740 N.W, '15th Avenue Phone OX 1-0421 few month's time. points of for view.philosophical Oh, Earth thou ha-
drunk our blood ,
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The It's a million dollar plan including develop- .\ NJch:8SAnY EVIL lay clown on thee mur we
, t NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead ment, neighborhood service centers, summer 'dered. You know speak!
th. world from racial and national antagonism wh.n it oc educational. programs. Malcolm X spoke" Oh Wind spread the new!
cords to every man regardless of race, cr..d or color his *i4tl6Hfa' *&ttgttMrtHtt&I *&+tttMQKlif I .$fWtJK$ M. __" "brothers and Sisters of all the lynchings!
human andl.ga'' rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-the riril Then:Malcolm he was X no had more.been I If Malcolm X were
'tfogro Press strives to h.lp every man In the firm belief that Phil Ossofer I down. evil America, you created
all men ore hurt as long as anyone Is held back. sl gunned him just as surely as
ow society are those grown- To some people it
The untimely passing of Dr. Frankenstein made
POLITICALCounty Nat King Cole, when he was ups whose power of influence seema! fitting end for his monster. If Malcolm
are adult but whose motivesand him. To others his death
much the X' must he termed
contributing to
Hoke Welch has asked so evil
Manager pleasure and enjoyment of responses are infantile. und the manner in whichhe then let it l he said that{
Metro department heads to hold the line in Thus we can see that it is died is distasteful. he was an inevitable
his many listeners, is tragic.It e\il!
their budget requests because of certain increases important for us to preparefor They care that a fellow
points out the fact that the higher better planeof human being was killed. As: diffeientis h I s
for the county and school board as death time beliefs seemed from
may come at any humorous out*
life ahead of us. Being human, one oughtto
they should try harder than ever to avoid any and all must be prepared for example is shown in care. Those who feel he pleached what he lie-
further increase in taxes. it. As in lip case of most this story: Two little girls that the man deserved his !ie\ed. He believed so
sudden changes, the mind were playing together. One fate are themselves dangerous strongly that he W iI i s

The latest appeal from teachers, he aid, be conditioned to withstandthe asked the other, "Why does .They are more willing He must to give have his:known life

could be met only with $12,000,000 in addit- shocks which may besetus. your grandma read the Bibleso of a threat to society that sooner or later his

ional revenues. It appears unlikely they will .In reference to death much?" The other replied, than was Malcolm X. life would l he taken Yet
"I she's cramming for Malcolm X was not a
guess he offered himself
Ret that much, but they could get half. which all face,the conditioning her finals." very popular fellow but Those daily
HI a target. who
of the mind comes from All the religions reveal as someone has alreadyput "pposed| him to the ex
Miami City Commissioners have approved our Holy Scriptures, trhough the truth of the life beyond it "This man seemed tent that they took his
'a $9 million dollar sewer bond issue and which God gives those with this world. Seek and ye shall a necessary' evil." life proved themselves to

awarded ,the construction for Coconut Grove'Sewer faith the comfort of knowingthat find. For example: "A good This fallen, fiery rebel- be more dangerous a I n it is not only end but
an name is better than precious Black Nationalist leader, violent than he
: project to Barbarosa and Sons, Inc. another beginning, differingas ointment; and the day of death was placed in the light I know of another niiin
much as the life of a baby for all to see, the "dis-
than the day of one's birth. who had a !remlnglj I
:ir differs from that of the womb. contented restless Negro
WOW! Eccles. 7:1.) radical I belief and a few
t "ii' The end of one life is but the soul.) Because of his belIef fulluwcrs This
t "In My Father's houseare man was
-\VVare: not going to say one more word beginning of a higher form of mansions if it people tried harderto crucifier:. This :seemed a
many : were
f :about: an' increase for our school teachers. WeRelieve life.In not so,I would have told you. understand us. Because fitting end for Him to
1 the 'Budget Commission in Tallahassee like manner, the "baby" I go to prepare a place for of this man thoughts and gnu; people He was said
dies to become youth and formed or '
a opinions
I said it all. .. you." (John 14: 1,2,3.) changed. More concern to )e evil by some people
the youth "dies" to becomean However He proved
Now if you don't believe us just read the adult. These "deaths"in "Say this :world Small; but the the fruitionof next was given the Negro as a Himself to have been

following: a lower state mean the life is the true good for him whole. neces.saiy. If His cause

The State Budget Commission last Friday beginning state.If. of life in a higher who feareth God..."(Qur'an- programs We may of not Malcolmn buy the X were evil evil., it was a. necessary -

recommended salary increases for Florida'stop Sura 4:79.) Muhammad. Our Father the
we mature properly we "0 Son of the Supreme! or of Elijah causes
officials that would put them in the high- will actually rise to a higher I have made death a messenger But we must know what sunlight and the raindrops -
est paid bracket in the nation. plane of life. If not, we are of joy to thee. Whereforedost created them. to fall on the good
Listen! Hush! Listen! and ttld"alike.. All life is
in and those
danger, 'so are
thou made the
grieve? I
read the scale increases life. Unto Allah Malcolm
Now : around us. H.A. Overstreet, light to shed on thee its Our ancestors are sing- one -
increase in his book Ing, "Nobody Knows The X's spirit is I re-
Governor Haydon Burns $32,000, an "The Mature splendor. Why doest thou
turned. As it passed by
Trouble I've Seen. If
of 7000. Mind, warns us that "The veil thyself therefrom "
t ? you are black like me, there was the echo of
i All other cabinet officers $27,000. Their most dangerous members of ( Baha'i Scriptures.) __ .. then you must know their the cry of Solomon "1 1im
? .. .. black but comely
J present oalary is $19,500. an increase of ,,< .,'1f souls are discontented.
,' Look ton l
,. > ij 1 Look around ,you at the not u i me >c-
I $7,500.. beauty of miscegenationand cause I am black because -
I, Ray Green, comptroller $35,000. resent It. Hear your the sun" hath look-
of schools. New Yorkis j great, great giandma's soul ed upon me.
Thomas Bailey Supt.
cry, "Rape!" Only their If he were evil, then he
the only state paying more. ik :)';:i. souls: are free to speak. was, unfortunately a

Col. H N. Kirkman, director of Police I They dare not even now. necessary evil.
,.. < No had the light
.. one
Force $17,000, an increase of $5,000. ;; -:_--- America! America! We to take his life. This I is

Supreme Court Justice $27,000, an increaseof ( .shed our Mood for thee our Fathers World-
$7,500. 1965 JobberwockI9H Our bodies we gave as COUSIN.

Florida Circuit Court Judges $22,000, an
increase of $7,000 recommended.The I9H 1969

cabinet has approved the state's first NORTHWESTERN AND RAINBOW PARK : PROTECT YOUR FURNITURC

one billion budget. However they said it ,. .:'j... ::...,.- 't WITHOUT HIDING lT BKAUTYI
could be easily financed without a single pen- --" : 't CUSTOM MADE

in new revenue. M'1 ,. PLASTIC FURNITURE
ny #
March M 8 P.
After reading these figures you be the SLIP COVERS

judge of what I am trying to point out. Ye+ orrmi CUAIMUVT r
; ::r"- ...... .AU I

WOMEN'S CORP CENTERHere's i1fjiutolu MMK- ?sln .
...... .
ADMISSION $1.00/ ....... .b p..
an idea coming from Irving Gold- aATiItAU -

stein, president of the Charron-Williams liras- Na 1mMA$

Commercial College, N.W. Second Street. e al=:M': lJIEOAImNa CALL

Mr. Goldstein wants to train 275 girls, 16- : : Memorial Nark SLIPCOVERSEXCLUSIVELY 1 NISNT

21 from other cities in a downtown hotel un-
der provision of the Federal Anti-Poverty HAS Preinterment plots of 8 grave spaces or less Hou.e ot Gretchen wl iiiu

Act.. They would learn job skills and how to ALSO I Immediate I single grave space intermentWe '

become good wives. Formerly Gretchen.Nicholas Plastic Cover
are not fell and we are aill doing business
They would stay in the hotel from one to Open six days a week to serve you

two years and receive a salary of $30 a month. Commonly known as Dr. Pharr's Cemetery

free room, board and education, an issue of
clothing and $120 cash to spend as! they de- 3001 NW 46TH STREET NE 4t91

Hire, E. Johnson, Manager Home phone OX 1.9199 Featuring: IN PERSON. .
> Quite an idea, but his plan did not meet the I

approval of the city commission, although they I
listened to it on Wednesday. If it was approved ED SULLIVANTelevision's

the Federal Government would provide the
Most Popular PersonalityCOUNT

funds._ Rahmi g's Funeral Home
In any case why out of towneis? Are there BASIE !
not 220 girls in Dade to fill this bill ?

Among those attending the funeral of M. C. Heading a list of Famous Name Stars I

Thursday > OWNERS SUNDAY 28th J
1 Tribune, Nassau, Unhamas ; I Lady Du- Matthew H. Rahmings L.F.D. William. Carey, Jr. I ,
puch, Mrs. Naomi Pytrom, sister of Sit Lewis "Buster" Newbold, Mgr. Harry L. Rolle from 3:00 to 6:00 P. M. I I

I Etienne and Mr. Cluritii Toote. I I MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM J
J Unable to secure tickets for the Nest f Reserved Seats
trip to Mrs. Helen Perkins, Sec'y Sherman Carey : $5.00; X3.75Gen.. Adm. $2.75J
Palm Beach private
a plane chartered.
I was Charlie Jordan I IMilB i Bi MilMMi i i MBMMBMiMi i iMMi MB i i TI
The Dupuches were keenly interested in Mr. Harold Perkins Ticket Agenclesi North's Travel Bureau, commu
Drugs, Grand Drugs, Richmond Drugs, Meal's fl
Bodie and were largely responsible+ for his success _Book Horizons, and
Miami Beach Aud. Box Office
rT-' in the printing business.Sir 1144 N.W. 3RD AVENUE 371-8343 I "'"

Etienne spoke feelingly, in high term 24 HOURS LThiS ad sponsored as a community service by I

of the deceased. I JOHN HOTEL /.KNIGHT: BEAT CLUB .
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February, 1965 5Mr. V
_6 6 _
,; v c Leader to rr--

s Miami Health Association Series of

Clubs: Federat
will begin its Spring
and Mrs. 'Nathaniel Forum Series on Y Yr
... March 2, 8 p.m.
a plirty Friday for t
Scott Homes located at
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hill, NW 22nd Ave. r
N.C., Mesdames Flossie W. S a g w A
Charles Had ley, promi- 4 "?
G, Robinson, Durham. Other '
leader in Dade Coun-
and Mrs. Sherman Smith, will be the speaker.At .
and Waiters Hicks. ,
this time the film
Charming Eddie G. i Little Children"
houseguest, her sister and be shown after
and Mrs. Marion Zeally of a question and an-
period will be con-
by the speaker.All .
Billie Parks had as her 1
Mr. and Mrs. Robert interested citizens
teenagers in housing
City. They motored down and Paravilla

tournament. On Sunday hts are urged to at- NfiHstcidtar Installs Miami Frontiers i\J\
tained buffet style. Golfers .
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buffet dinner were Dr. Whatever you want to International President joyed a cocktail party hosted chairman. Standing are
Robinson, Harold Anderson, about venereal or Marcus Neustadter Jr.of New by Lincoln National Bank be- Roger Williams, Robert
Mass. ; Mrs. Mary Minor of diseases, now is the Orleans installed the newly fore the installation banquet Gabriel, recording secretary;
; to be Informed. Charles Ha41ey, Daniel
elected officers of the Miami
Sgt. Fred D. Jones of ) ; Chapter of Frontiers International Pictured above are Johnson, second vice presi-
Black of Tampa and others. This the beginning of Friday night at (seated) E.N. Taylor,retiring dent; Willie Fuller, Ted
series of health
joyable evening. by the forums Dade Roosevelt Savings & Loan president; Garth C. Reeves Plessy, financial secretary;
Health Depart Association CommunityRoom. Si A president;Mr.Neustadter, Kenneth Williams and Patrick t
Miami Branch of the Miami Housing G.W. Kilpatrick Sr.,treasurer; Range, first vice president.
cocktail party with Jackie and the Dade More than 50 guests en- Oscar Weaver, membership Photo by Johnson'of Miami.
ored guest on Sunday on Children ---- -- -

Youth Mrs. Wilhel- Art and Social ,,, ,, ,
John ,
and Marie Brown. j> ,' d" l' ,';v"t > !;' Jtjf(" i" .
Jones is the Sands, president of :; YOUR) THIS?SUNDAY'Johnson :
president of Phyllis Wheatley Club Meets WORSHIP WITH ,fAMILT ::
chapter. >, ... .
serves as
Congratulations are in [ the Paravilla Heights Phyllis Wheatley Art
Range and Dr. George and Mrs. Alice Jones and Social Club met at
chairman. the home of Mrs.
general I
gold medals from Bishop Love NW 15th St. Mon-
on Sunday for Diocesan day night, Feb. 22 for \
Friends business and recreation. I
Virginia Gray, Clarence
Michael Christian of MeetsThe Final plans for the
fund raising banquet and
in Nassau then in Miami, St. Jolly Friends Club fashion show to be held I CA
before returning to their at the home of Mrs. March 18 at Liberty L
<.1a Sidney. 732 NW 4th Square Auditorium were
Get Well Wishes are for ,'e. on Saturday, Feb made. The public I Is Invited I
Cedars of Lebanon, Linnie ; ). After a business to share in this effort -

Evelyn L. Jones at her a Spring in Dance which at plans the time. and Tickets enjoy for a good the I'

Chandler at Baptist. lk Club April 2 were same are in the hands of of Miami
the hostess the members and
The Hernando Browns ( a buffet dinner vations may be
delighted, to be painting the was enjoyed by til March 17 by reser-I ,
gratulations. present. Next meeting Mrs. Nixon at OX
be held ut the home ofJJ'R. and Mrs. Marie Taylor at N. 38th St. ,
James E. Scott Yancy, 2028 NW 5th J33-165C. After business I t I
Saturday March 20.Mrs meeting a delicious repast (Corner 12th Ave. & 38th St.) i
ecutive Director Olive B.
H. Lewis is pres: was served by the '
early next week to attend } hostess. Next meeting at t I
cil on the 'Aging to be on'l ,--' ... the, home of Mrs. McPaddin I I :

D.. C. Miss Alexander will '' TeaThe March 8.at 55th Terr, on Phone 6315-4748

consultant in the Problem
Lin-fren-ips, an Mrs.V.. Sands is presi
Sincere Sympathy is of Iota Phi dent.

Richetta Ezell, Xellys, \ Sorority, Inc. ,Still offering the very',best In photography
Colstons and Campbells in an Opportunity McGhaney to
on Sunday, Feb. 28 >
the House of Albert, Speak WeeklyThe .
NW 15th '
Hurd is very "McGhaney Speaks" CHURCHES PORTRAITS

mother, Mrs. Olivia Hurd of The tea is being given articles that have been BABY PICTURES A SPECIALTY \
to spend some time with her. raise funds for their appearing In this paper
Aid Fund. The Infrequently, will be a Plenty Free Parking
Birthday wishes for the will provide fi- regular,: weekly feature
for Emmy E. Shelfer, Lewis aid to students in beginning March .">. I
difficulties who Watch for It.
Wilkerson and Clara C. ,I
In high school and .
The Licensed Practical ( I I
in a body Sunday morning at The public Is invited to .
Church. this affair and help
group in their finan- ,
Naomi Ward Symonette
choirs of Greater Bethel drive. ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF

surprise appreciation
night. The affair was held at Sip
Queenie Davis. Appreciation ,E.., Adorable Ladies Beauty Salon '

taining beautiful cards and

denominations were The officers and mem- .. FOR YOUR OF
choirs for her devoted and of Hills Chapter No. ;
OES. Invite you to
through the years.
annual chocolate sip

,he from held,,-0 Sunday p.m. at Feb.the 805 NW 3rd Av.. Phone 374-7535

of Mrs Ethel T.
I n. lfi.r NW 57th Mrs Louise Williams ,
; and Miss Mary F. Dixon, Llscensed Beauticians

Mrs. Mary Jackson Is .

Mrs Ellen Taylor; ,
Booths available fot beauticians Call manager


SORORITY n. ppr e. P

March 7-12

Calling All Sigmasl.

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Calling All Sigmail

In Dade County

.. March 7, 1965 -5 p.m.
MR. DIAURl v.. vt wrtliorlMtf '
tmnr .. ass tiUnr [ at
., d1 AM.vlll Hotel 1
e..... W ......... *i ,.* I Mary Elizabeth
uck Mini, Cw .y P..0, eM ; Fiesta Room
Md will par r* ** "WI 24
... for
".n41., p* comply Mtk
I-'eft gym, purrtMt. rf ... The Sigmas Family Hour
_ 'd.cawr.coupGIII at c.tl"ru imitUd...., WIll.must III _.. : $12, $1965 8 P.M.
onlr M tn ..
HulHtu I.o...*. Tkll Our 10th Anniversary at .
Mricud, 1 r Dccmt rtqulrri. Cu aKk".p
Noble Barlow's Home I
Coupon .xplre. 1732 N.W. 55th Street ai
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I THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 26, 1965 7 ;

Baptist Head Visits MiamiDr. M

J, H. Jackson, Singling out the 1064 nkltoducatlon program
president of the 5.500,000- Civil Rights Act as the he declared, "The
member National Baptist greatest achievement in time has come when the
Convention, Inc. and the struggle, he said that U. S. government must
pastor of the Mt. Olivet he found general accep- give, definite concern to
Baptist 'Church of Chicago l- tance of and compliancewith the )problem! of education.
was a speaker at the law throughoutthe
the annual session of the country. Then he cau- L.11
East Coast ;'Baptist Association 'tioned his audience AniiovRces Civil 1 '
which met last against substituting tOne ir
week at the local Mt. set of prejudices with an- t'-
Zion and St. John's Baptist other" when they come Service Exams, 9 ; I
Churches.In Into position of power :
his address Thursday "I approach the civil CLERK I Age: 17-55,
Dr. Jackson emphasized rights struggle as a religious .female. Graduation froman
caution in the civil leader," he said, accredited high school. _
rights struggle, and the "as one who believes No experience required.The 4
need to preserve what that the ultimate victory written examination
has been won in the his- In this and every other will evaluate general and .,alii for all and freedom of Rattle I is In the Ideals nnd clerical aptitudes and J
law and order in guaranteeing principles of Jesus of I ability to interact with
the rights of citi- Nazareth.Dr. people. $222 (starting)
zenship, free educationfor .
Jackson is a vlceIJI'esldent -
all and freedom of Switchboard Operator -
worship."We of the Baptist; I Age: 21-55, female -
World l Alliance and
a Graduation from an i
must not fall under member of the Central accredited high school.
the dictatorship of a Committee of the World One of full-time
few minds," he warned Council of Churches. He year
paid experience us a
"whether they be civilrights said his: travels around mix Switchboard -
leaders, political the world have convinced "Multiple Hoard'Operator experience -
leaders or religious lead him that only in America I Is preferred. The

ers.He asked care in civil has)been such made good in progress human -- evaluate written examination general aptitude will, TRINITY COMMUNITY CHURCH UNITES WITH PRESBYTERIAN BODY 1

is disobedience done within so the that limitsof "it "American relations whites and know that ability to follow oral directions Trinity Community Church, for- Sunday at 11 a.m. by Rev. Alfonza .;

law and order." He ,Negroes better and on a pertaining, and to the knowledge position. merly located at 4901 NW 7th C. Mozell, former pastor of Trinity
added this does not mean better plane than anywhere Salary: S232 (starting.) Ave.,. has united with the Presby- Community Church. The' public is invited .
that "we must accept as else In the world." terian Church U.S. The former con- to attend services, The nev\
true those laws that Stores Clerks II
con- Pledging;: the of -
flict with the national the convention support to President Male Graduation from an gregation of Trinity now holds wor- congregation will form the core ol
Constitution." Johnson's proposed- accredited high I school. ship services in the Fellowship a new membership for the church
Two years full-time paid Hall\ of the old St. John Presbyterian and according to Rev. Mozell, wil'''
a renasssanam1I experience In handling Church at 4300 NW 12th Ave. offer to the community the finest
Inventory as a Stores
1I Clerk in mechanical electrical Trinity members are meeting ina full time community program avail.
office or pharma- able. Sunday morning at 11 o'clock
ceutical supplies The study group each Sunday eveningat the Rev. Mr. Mozell will preach
I I I T written examination will 6:45 under the sponsorship of from the subject "No :
I evaluate genera and Tom Jones, pastor of Westminister "
clerical abilities and Island. Music will be under th
Presbyterian Chureh, studying the
\\ !ji THEY knowlelge of stockroom direction of Mrs. Cecelia Dunn
procedure.. Salary: $344 history of the Presbyterian Church. church organist. ;
\ .. AND (starting.: ) Services are now conducted each


our MW, lower rate and .*.jr financing

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,,4c.0D, flee; D. Goodman and Son Inc.
LODCSTONCS M* krlM W MONEY LOVE. ." Where old and new friends \
POWER. Tk.y wt Uitufory lutky (Mrwi IU.Wto charges or mall) "Insurance, Real Estate, Motif mtEAKL
Draw. C..Ml. AttfMt LUCK U tow. f M. $2.25! Democratic club
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday February .26, 1965 .

f[. Cash Car Clitic Offers Low Cost Auto Repairs I.. ;, : EDISON CENTE '

the South Florida area fuid
t features direct factory-to-
customer prices as well as
low labor costs. Savings on Uonsnin' and amounts Elks AnniversaryDance
auto repairs to the customer while he Is still working.
average SO to 60% below that SOCIAL SECURITY When he retires or re- March 2
of regular garages. The profits clurchiM: earnings, we
to middle men arc elimi- can iK-gin I jwyment without The Anniversary Dame
nated In the new firm's merchandising II e 1 :1 y since his si)nsoted hy'the Clieatei
program. Mr.Sumerel claim will already have Miami Temple No Tho(;
wa.: -- Thursday, March 2 at the
Third yorkers -
that the been set up.
made .. ..- cannot lose anythingby fahulou Island Club, \\i11
lower labor costs are ---
he of the
one most outstanding
r r possible by high volume traf applying at age 65.
: according to the
fic. file Both men and women ,
"Workers nUlnow
A new approach to low a long time resident of North receive reduced general Dt
secuilty claims JH<< tan now
k: cost auto repair in the form Miami and former Chrysler In order to provide fast they social reach age: 65," Ed., payments at 62. If they Sara with Smalley the )Daughters who along
I r of Cash Car Clinic opened Corporation executive. service thirty-three thousand ward 1 i'. Jllonston, 1 Di.vH are not working or are working untiringly l are to
t its doors this month in North The North Miami location parts are kept in stock. in 'let Manager, announced working for low W3gt.'S.they make this a pleasant '
I Miami. The company is aIs the first of seven planned addition to the daytime drive- I Coda)'. There are good may wish to take ening. e\ -
4_brain_ _child__of Daniel SumcreU such establishments through in repair feature the North lensoiH foj' doing this educed payments.
The highlight of '
u Miami unit which is locatedat First workers Workers should bring to evening
i r IIiIiIIII"--" N.W. 138th St. and 7th now.ran. get many some checks the social security office ; will he the ciownIn -
I r-- Ave., will provide a nighttime oven though they are last year's Form W-2 or, ?? "of "Miss Greater Mi
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: I repair service wherebyany ,Mill \\oiklng regularly a( if self-employed a copy lovely.
'I HAIR DOESN'T GROW? automobile brought in heir usual pay. Second of their Income tax return contestants are Dts Do-
retta Young; dna la\i
for repairs before 9 p.m. will this wiU let us settle any as well :i and J. velyn Carter
DANDRUFF? I be ready in the morning. question about age, rela- of age available to them.


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) Weisberg and Louise proudest achievements is I / : .> ; .
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I Miami hundred,and and sixty one of of two the that Mrs.the WeisberG philosophy said of I ':: Natural Color / | :
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pro- 1
national chain of Three
Sisters Stores. vide a moderate price \ I ?);. ,, '
store for the family The I Photography/
Mrs. \\'eisher; known store carries a complete |iH| ROOSEVELT SAVINGS& LOAN: ASSOCIATION' I t PARKING LOTJJV'Skv
by everyone in Edison line of wearing apparel __* taosri -- J
and accessories tttssrot ---uernrrsi.n.b
Center for her friendly for boys I
manner and ready smile, girls and women. One of
has been manager of the the most Itosic: policies of
store for the past five the store, she said is that f i
yea rl'!. She has always refunds are cheerfully I r:
been a big booster of the made if the merchandise
Edison Center area and Is not satisfactory to the
continuously works for customer. In her work I ie1t KOllL !
all improvements that Mrs. WelsberR emphasizes .
can be made. Mrs. Weis friendliness and Regt
berg was acting secretaryfor goodwill with her customers I
the recent reorganiza- She keeps the latest I FREE

son tional Center meeting Merchants'of the Edi-As- lingerie fashions sportswear and styles and in 621511w 1TH AVE \ / PL 9-5431' DEMONSTRATION CLASS I

ready to wear. One of the I {
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shopper is the big ''ay-I Ltttt.atttt r. can develop your natural charm and ability,
a-way purchases. ttttsts____.-I; and how to further your ambitions and
achieve business and social success.
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I.y -r The VOGUE School of Charm's
going to each store and paying in cash? Or by'going out, buying a II success course will

and it Hera's much handier help you become a radiant,
i matey order, mailing ? a way, caRed a u charming,glamorous new
One of the long time I I personality In just
business men in the EtiiJ J II A FEW SHORT WEEKS
son Center area is I I t
Charles S. Fontana who I I
has been a licensed real J JI JIWorks '
estate broker since G
Before coming to 1939'1 I
Mr. Fontana worked 'h J ,.; ,
the family business,
tana Real Estate of Fon-I 1 1I Beauty is a matter
Jersey, that has It Like This: of"know-how."
existence since the early Come to the Lincoln National Bank, deposit whatever Discover gout
nineteen hundreds I I amount you want, and get a book of checks 1 1 r learn hidden the ucretsj beauty.
Charles Fontana has (just 10* each:-25 for $2.50)). of charm,
operated a real estate /
since fice in Edison Of-I I Whenever you want to pay a bill, ,jjust write a I ,

fices are 1W7.located Present at check for It, In your own home or wherever you
NW 7th Ave. in the Cen- happen to be. No need to carry a lot of cash, 1
ter Theatre Building and I I around, or to go out and buy a money order for 6e
opposite the Roosevelt : each bill ,;_
Savings and Loan ,- / I I1'
ation and the ASS0c1-1 '.-I ,
tional Bank The >: You dons have to keep any certain amount In the
Real Estate office over bank- -just whatever you want, In order, to cover .1
the past years has ,ken I the checks you write. Each month 'you get a I'. Btssle iRkhb1U'#.I
Instrumental in gufaling statement of account, together with '
many families in tms Cone. and ask for me.
area toward becoming cancelled checks, which servo as receipts. The 1 .. 1 '
happy home owners. I small charge for ad this service Is lust 50< per 111 be glad to help yon Y j
When asked for tips to month. When you need more checks, simply pick
piospectlve home owners up another book Gke you did the first time. open jroar acconat. I Famous Model A Teacher ARM ?I
Mr. Fontana suggested I JEANNE LOVETTE QO( '
that purchasers retain Director Cora oQ BCtJ,4
the services of an A bank checking account is a useful reference-.dnd everyone can afford one
attorney to screen all legal this easy Inexpensive way. fI\
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documents and pro|> t 6011 NW. 7th Ave.
erty titles and to have W0--

(hem the at attorney the closing.repn'sent I ;p LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK I .choo' ol charm Miami, Florida

:\11'. Fontana also suggested Dear Miss Lovette,
that buyers arrange OF MIAMI I Please send me full Information about:
mortgages for and new serondmortgages kink; I First fully Integrated bank in the entire Southeast I fj Charm and Personality 0 FREE
at Iwnk Interest right here in the Edison Financial Center I Development Course Demonstration Class
: rates. Mr, Fontana 6013 NW.7th Avenue Phone 759-4431 I O Professional rj Dancing Classes
said Modeling Course for Children
that buyershould '
every '
second mortgage I Is not a .*
excessive Iwlloon mortgage Interest at rate an I and 5 pm 8 pM. 0rvli! Window open Monday thru Friday 2 to SPill; Saturday 9 to ,'fl ._ __ .PHONL-_--

which comes due in a noon. J
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Church St. Matthew'. Church

.. $250,000 Church Dedicated (Episcopal) (African Orthodox)

Fr Elisha S. Clark Jr. Coconut Grove, Fla.

in Ft. Lavderdale VicarIt Fr. S. J. Sweeting, priestOn

is now Fiesta Time! last Sunday another
The church's First An- uplifting service was en-
nual Fiesta will begin on Joyed by the members of FRIENDSHIP M. B.
this Friday at 6 p.m. with St. Matthew's Church
Atlantic Coast the cutting of the open- The commemoration of Sunday, February 28,
Ing ribbon by Mrs. JamesL. the Feast of St., Peter'i at :3 p.m. will he Home-
AssociationMeets Duncan, wife of the Choir at Antioch was coming for all of our
Suffragan Bishop of this celebrated. Many visitors former members. Wont
At St. Arch-deanery, the Right were welcomed by the you come worship withus
Rev. James L. Duncan.It priest. After Divine Liturgy one more time In thp
James the message of the old church. Reverend
will continue on Sat- day was historic and H. Smith and congregation -
The Atlantic Coast Baptist urday. Opening time 12 timely. of Jordan Grove In
Association Is holding noon. Bring your children charge of service. Plenty ..
it.s 24th annual ses- and have a grand time Our Church School I s of refreshments.

sion from Wednesday bfe,'>?e the Solemn Sea- growing, of this we are We' are Koln( higher
night through Sunday at 't son of Lent. There will be very proud. We remind and higher with our
the St. James Baptist M I an auction on Saturday the parents of our stu- wonderful pastor leading -
Church, 323 NW 14th St., night Slosing time is S dents that the time for us. Come fellowshipwith
,Rev. 1. L. Johnson pastor p.m. our Church School I!; us Sunday. We will
The Missionary Department : from 10:00: a.m. to 10:45! be expecting you.
Mrs. I. G. Wilder ST. MARY'S W. M. a.m. every Sunday. We
president, meets on are i n need o f Church Get well wishes are extended -
Friday and Saturday at There will be testimony School teachers to Sis. Jessie M.
the Mt. Olivette Baptist Sunday morning.Our Finking In Mt. Sinai. Bro.
Church, 1150 NW 1st Ct., assistant pastor, The Church's Building Jimmy Lee Austin o n d
Rev. I. C. Mickins, pastor. Rev. Young will be In J Fund is growing. If you Bro. Otis Smith In Jack-
The beautiful and com-: moved to four locations and charge. 'haven't made your con- Sis. Armentha Bel-
Three sessions are being modious new Mt. Hermon has had some of the mostprogressive tribution to this Fund son; members
held dally. A panel on A.M.B. Church of Fort Lau- pastors in the Sunday afternoon at please do so now! It Is will ton, be one leaving of our Sunday for
"The Church and Inte- derdale, was dedicated Sun- A.M.E. connection.: 3:30: p.m. our junior choir hoped that every member MUldletown. Ohio to
gration will be discussed day, February 21. It has the reputation of will sponsor a program. Irregular or regular continue her convalescence
fay three prominent lead- raised the The entire church Is Invited willl
The dedicatory sermon having $10,000, In attendance, carry with her sister. Our
ers of the community was preached by the Rt. Rev. highest amount in a rally, also friends a r'e his share of the load. We are with her.
Friday at 7 p.m. The pub- Eugene Clifford Hatcher, of any church in the denomination welcome. (IC) want our efforts to l te prayers .
lic is invited to thin and in
rewarding. We regret to announce
Pre- Sister Selina
other D.D., LL.D., Presiding Farrlng-
all sessions.
late of the 11th Episcopal: Under the leadership of the ton Is In charge of o u :v Visiting clergy for this that Ida Lee Singleton
Florida present pastor, the Rev. choir with lOR t her aunt, Annie
Junior along
Ebenezer Method District: comprising: coming Sunday, Feb. 28
and the Bahamas. Many other Frederick E. Sneed, the new Siste/ Anna Bodie. Sister will be the very Rev. Hines Services In Dub-

Rev. A. D. Hall ministerE. South Florida church: dignitaries structure has been built at a Farrington would like for Canon Charles F. Cooper, lin, Ga., Thursday. to Our the
Ingram, reporter were participants in cost of approximately all the children to be on rector of St. Peter's Cathedral deepest sympathy

The Woman's Society ot the service.Mt. : 250000. Minister I and time. Miami. family.

Christian Service and Hermon was organized people' are receiving congra-: ALLEN
Wesleyan Service Guild in 1911 and has had a color-: tulations from friends far and MT. HERMON AME We cordially Invite the CHAPEL RIME

will observe their 25th ful history. The church has near. Coconut Grove commu- Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor
._- Rev. S. L Gay, pastor nity to worship with us :
anniversary, Sunday, Fe1 2245 Bunche W. Drive "ilb Ave.. Cor. 22nd Terr.
28 from 4 to 6 p.m. A ST. JAMES AME Salters Chapel A.M.E. this and every Sunday. Allen Chapel will observe -
splendid program has We at the "biggest Those Who are without a : Men's Day Sunday,
been planned for your en- Rev. J. B. Blacknell, Rev. H* J. Benson pastor little church In town" are Church home are Invitedto February 28 beginning;
joyment. The public is invited -, pastor Flossie Marshall reporter still on the move. Our Join us. Services forSt. with Sunday School 030.:
to come out and Bert Cooper, reporter Sunday we had the pastor, the Rev. Gay, has .. Matthew's A. O.:
share with us. Mrs. A. D. Funeral services will honor of having the Rev. set the program for the Church are still being At the 11 a.m. service
Hall Is the president of be held Saturday for Her- W. M Davis to bring the year and everything is 'held a t Bain's Funeral Bro. Stanley Richardson
the: Women's Society of bert Knowles who died message to us Sunday moving at a rapid pace. Chapel, Douglas Road. will preside. Many outstanding -
Christian Service. recently after a prolonged morning with a baptism Last Sunday's services Your .ln ayers are asked guests will appear -
Illness. The Rain Fun- afterword. Everyone en- were enjoyed by the large, continually for' the Rick of l on this program.
The Rev. C. C. Cowmen eral Home will he in Joyed the service along number of attendants, the parish Deo' Gratias., Music will lx i fumlshI
and congregation of Trin- i'd by the male oho rus: ofiorrlan
charge. with many lovely visitors l Moth morning and even-
ity CME Church will .
who came to worship ing. NEW MACEDONIAWe Grove Baptist
render an after service Sunday will mark the with Church.
Sunday night, Feb. 2R. Homecoming observance. us. The feature of the afternoon are making prepa-
Friends of St. James are At 3 p.m. part of the was the celebra- rations for our Second .\t the evening M'I'\'Ic'u
In the financial drive urged to be out especiallythe Junior Church along with tion of the 7th anniver- Annual Men's Day. Deacon llro James; 'T hot ntcrtt, t pre
of the Sixth Annual Cal- Sister Dixon and Sister
former members of sary of the No. 2 ushers' Willie B. Williams has siding.
endar Rally, each member "The Friendly Church." Marshall appeared on board. The president been elected chairman;
J is urged to make a program at Allen Chapel. Mrs. Ruby Strickland and Deacon Henry Jefferson, The following im-n ure
contribution regularly. All captains and hoards That night at 8 p.m.. Rev. her members oo-chalrman; Willie J f The Methodist Men will make their his were fully Icy Richardson, captain
will report Wiggins and congre- prepared for the Beard, recording and act- ;
be in charge of class Sunday. Members who gation rendered servicefor ,sion. The Rev. James occa- Ing financial secretary; .Fames Thornton cochairman -
meeting on Tuesday. have not contacted their the Organ Fund. Glover brought the and Deacon Aqudlla Drls- ; Rev. W A. Curry,
message -
should in Bros. Elbert Bradwell
Among our sick md coptains get Monday our pastor Finance raised war kell. treasurer. All prepa- ::Macon Saffonl ,
touch with them and make Arthur
rations are being made to
.shut-ins the following along with the other $to.
their donation. If Small u n d Rev. Anna
youdon't make this of the
members are in the hospital ministers made their departure .Famerson.Everyone
1: Sisters Esther know who your for the Bishops The church will spon- biggest and best Men's
captain Is report your sor Its 7th annual Baby Day Macedonia and its
Thomas Leeoyer Reedy, Council I n Kansas City, 1 Is extended u I
to the finance
money com- Contest this Sunday, Feb. friends have witnessed
Beatrice Perpall. GlOI'hl.J. Kansas. On next Sundaywill cordial welcome to l he
mittee It wil be credited
28. The boards and clubs both spiritually and
.1. Voting and1iss Dorothy I be a dedication pro- with us on Men's Day.
t nC) s. Mrs. Elizabeth to you. gram and service, please or the church as well as Financially. The, date is
Clink. Mercy Hospitaland The following l persons come out and enjoy the mothers of babies August 22. Keep this date MATTHEW TEMPLE
Bro. James Williams will see this reporter no yourself. The Rev. Mr. have gone all out to make open and be one in the
Jackson Hospital later than Sunday evenIng Lester C. Albert will be thIs a great affair. number! Rev. Daniel Pridgen

: Eddie: Mae Range, the morning speaker, at On March, 8 p.m. our Visitors are always wel- Pearl pastor.W. Weaver
Chrutian MissionaryThere Barbara Barnett, Glandina 3 p. m. the Rev. Milton No 1 choir is presentingthe come at Macedonia any ,
Edwards, elma Jenkins, Fayson, and at 7 p. m. Edward Waters College time. were blessed with
will l he a program Enid Lane, Muriel Jones, an after-service will be 30-voice choir In another wonderful service -
on Friday night, Dan Morris and Livingston rendered bv 'Rev. Davis concert This Is one of Sunday. Our pastor
February 2(> in behalf of Stocker. and his members of First the most outstanding features ZION A. M. E. preached from Ws soul.

the Deacon and Trustee Baptist 23rd Ave. at 46th of the season The O|>n-Iocka His subject was, "The
Board. Rev. Cleo Albury. Be sure to visit and St. Key to Kingdom,"
donation Is for
Jr. will he pe..ke-I'. give up a word of ,gayerfor adults and Me for children Fay.son, pastorSunday taken fr .att. 16:26.
Everyone Is invited. those who are ill, and Mrs. Magnolia Brown is Feb. 28 at 3
unable to attend services. still Improving in Jack- We are inviting all 1).111. the members of Mt. :Sisterer is home
There will tic regular son Hospital. Don't forget persons In this area to flon and friends are asked from tin pltal and is
services all day Sunday. come and hear the harmonious to asking for of
your budget Sunday The go to Salter'sChapel tile prayers
Rev. D. Williams, pastor Grace Presbyterian busiest young ladies 1 n sounds of this AME Church with all Christians.: Let us
Estell JaoAFon, reporter great choir. H. Abram Ilov. for the others who
6895 NW 14th Ave. Salter's Chapel this week Green I Is director. f'aysnn to dedicatea pray
Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor are: Miss Dorothy Wil- piano. ire sick.
New Mount Zoin B. liams, Miss Christine Do-
The Men of Grace Pre- Miss Paulett Alexander METROPOLITANRev. Dinners will !he sold Prayer *et'vice each
Hialeah, Florida sbyterian Church Invite gan, and Ms Carolyn Saturday, I"ebl7 at the Tuesday night at 8. HothME
Rev R. C. Solomon pastor the public to attend their Williams., Paul Freeman, pastorE. (i-hurrh to benefit Men's .\ Zion chuches are
Annual Men's Day program Jackson, reporter Day. Men's Day will be 1 preparing under the lead-
"But when the fullnessof Feb. 28, 1965, a t May the Lori I bless! md held on second Sunday In ship l of Rev. Pridgen I is
the time was come, 11:00 a.m. each member Is keep you.Ridgeway. Wanted 1,000 men, March, Bro. .Jones, the ruly enjoying the new
God sent forth His Son, asked to bring a friend. along with 1000 women to hiilrman along with Bro. parsonage at fi632 NW
made of a woman, made Our Guest speaker will Church of attend Men's Day services Willie Young has asked :list Ave. (the future location -
under the law to redeem ,be the Rev VAlcazar Sunday, Feb. 28 at Metro- 'veryone to he ready to of our church.)
them that were under the Thompson, assistant pas- God of Prophecy politan AME Church, make u 100% report.
law that we might receive tor of the New Jerusalem 1778 NW G9th St. Sunday Please |way with and 1
the adoption of sons." Disciple Church of Christ. Bishop R. B. Davis, pastor School will begin at 9:30 Visit Mt. zion Smidav.M for us.ZION.
Elder H. L. Cox, Reporter '
a.m.; morning worship at" > welcome you.
Mr. Herschel Peterson Is
We are inviting you to Greetings from the 11 a.m. -------,- HOPE BAPTIST
be with us In our thir- chairman of the Men'RDay Rldgeway Church. The NEW
teenth Woman's Day ob- program. Mr. Harold Pastor and members are Guest speaker will be Zion Hope church services -
servance, FeB. 28, 1965.. Higgs Is program chair- extending a warm invitation N. E. Taylor of the Miami lev. C. J. Burney, pastorC. w e r e spiritually
Theme Is "Women In a man. to you to attend Housing Authority. Wilson, reporterWe hIgh all day last Sunday
Changing Society." At six o'clock this Sun- services with us on Sun- Evening worship will begIn had a glorious time The pastor is Inviting all
day evening, the Young day. Come hear our at 7 p.m. Come out throughout the day Sun- -Islting friends to f eel
Our morning speaker is pastor preach under the and be spiritually rewarded The ladles free to come out to our
Fellowship will be hav- day. are busy
Sister W. K. Smith of
ing a .special "Refresh- annointlng of the Holy all day. at work with their Woman's baptism service Sunday
Greater New Bethel Baptist
Ghost. morning at 7:30: at the
Church. She is presi- ment Fellowship Hour" at The parents of Miss I Ray program. We ('hurch. :)12!) NW 17th
Women's the Church. Adults are Alice Day wish to announce are looking forward for a
dent of the Department Sunday School beginsa Ave. There will be a program -
of the Ministers Invited to attend at this t 10:00: a. m., morning the forthcoming great success. Tuesday night after -
and Deacons Union and hour. Miss Gloria Humes worship at 12:00: noon. marriage of Miss Day to We still have a large prayer meeting in behalf -
president of the Citywide is Youth Fellowship ad- You are also invited t o James Kelly by the Rev. lumber of members on of No. 1 choir's anniversary -
Praying Band. visor. We are seeking be with us at 0.00 p. m. .J, J, Wiliams. The wed- the sick list. We ask that We are asking
Come and hear her. adults who will assist every Sunday, when OUI'young ding will take place at you visit them, also the entire church for its
there Miss Humes In further, will take Metropolitan Sunday at
For the evening people whisper a word of prayerto Cooperation. Don't forget
I will be song service. developing our total over. Your presence I s 4 p.m. You are cordially God for them. Sunday School] at 9:30.ITU : .
Youth program. always welcome. invited. ut 5:30: p.m.

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Ing this Much' needed brated March 11, 12. and He also gave much time and
Sunday. 14 at the Mt. Aaron unlimited service in the
ervlce* As a Nightingal.aduate Baptist Church located on building of the New Mt.
you can choose: the comer of N.W. 69th St. Moriah Baptist Church. : ,
ou job'..* your hours _.. and 17th Avenue. Rev. Me The guest Thursday night. UapD
|ihe time you want to work", Crancy pastor.We March 11, the Peaceful Zion
.. You con enjoy J the greet you with the Choir No. 1. March 12, New
owledae that, you ere choral groups of Miami. Thisis Mt. Moriah Male Chorus. Pro
olng a valuable lob. The one of the oldest groupsof gram begins at 8 p.m. Don't
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Feb 27, ') o'clock at them services were Jield Tuesday /R "
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Ranches j r I re Department of which he was pastot. : '.', .
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sent Rev, OV, Foster,
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fhs.. meeting at 481f. SW .
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of the late
family ,
It CARDS MEMOdAtSiEATMS .._._-_._- N.W. 20th Ave. died Feb. 10015 SW 17th Terr., Per-
; 18, at Jackson Memorial rine. Services held Mon-
Hospital. He Is survivedby day from the Coconut

a daughter, Lizzie Grove chapel.

Butler; 1 son, Gus Butler;

I. IN MEMORIAMIn fIN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe 6 relatives.1 grand brother children Services Arthur and were Butler other; 3728 Coral MRS.Gables Washington LUCY died' PEAR,Ave..Feb.,,

loving. memory 01fAT'1'IE On sad, but loving memory family of the late, held Wednesday Feb 21, 17.. Services held..Tuesdayfrom

of my dear daughter 1905 at Greater Israel the Liberty' City
hnd husband KING B. ALAWAYwho Primitive Baptist Church, chapel, Rev. W. E. Sims

Rev. P. D. Brantley, of- officiated. Survivors are
this life
SYBIL J.. JOHNSONand two sons, six grandchildren : -
.January 29, 1UG3, take ficiating. and 12 great grands.
this method of expressingtheir ,'
sincere thanks and
JAMES JOHNSONwho appreciation to the many I of 1533 N. W. 1st Place TORIA MRS. TISHY.EVELYN 1530 VIC-NW .

to the friends and neighbors for died at Jackson Memorial 44th St., died Feb. 18.
t great their kindness during his Hospital Feb. 21. She Is
beyond Feb. 24, 1942 and : Services held Tuesday
: survived by 2 sisters,
Illness and passing. ,
Feb 27, 1957. Their Edith Daniels and Ida from the Liberty City
charming ways and smiling Thanks to all the em- .., ,'.t.. _. :. .R ,. ...... 1 son Sylvester chapel, Rev. W. E. Sims
ployees of Jackson Me- -' ----- GallimoreK ,
officiated Survivors
faces are a pleasureto morial Hospital for their KING ALAWJAYwish Hart, 1 brother, 2 are
two daughters and
recall. Their memoriesare
donations and kindness. stepsisters; 1 nelce Caro-
still with us and we Thanks also to the pas- to thank all of their lyn Daniels and other relatives brother
miss them more and friends for and friends. Ser-
r- tor, Rev Samuel Atchison neighbors and MRS. ANNIE HINES
more. and all the membersof their kindness during his vices under the directionof in 10 NW 4th Ave., dieliFeb

May they rest in peace Mt. Calvary Baptist illness. Thank you for the Range Funeral 20. Survivors are
and light. perpetual shine Church and the House of the cards, telegrams: and Home are incomplete at seven sons five daughters -
Albert. flowers. Many thanks to this time.
upon them one brother. Shewas
Zella M. Ateway, wife our pastor and members
shipped Tuesday to
Esther E. Johnson, Connie Alaway, Dght. o f Mt. Calvary Baptist MRS. NETTIE R. Dublin, Ga. for final rites.. i
who died February 26, mother and wife Nancy Hall, sister Church. Thanks to the STRINGER, of 29GO NW

1960. Mrs. Pauline E. Woods Corlne Devoe, sister House of Albert for their 50 St., died Feb. 22, Sheis ALBERT CARTER, 9GOXW

How sweet the name of Mrs. Ella J. Smith Ella Dixon, sister kindness and to all the survived by her husband 52nd St., died Feb.
Rose Kate, sister employees of Jackson Henry Stringer; 2
Jesus soundsIn If). He was shipped to St.
Willie Matthew, Memorial Hospital. !sons John Devoe and
a believer's ear! IN MEMORIAMIn Louis, Miss for final 1
John brothers 2
Alaway, Samuel L. Stringer;
It soothes our sorrows, Zella Alaway, wife rites.
Bessie Dudley, daughters Leverne Butler {
Heal our wounds, sad but loving mem- mother-in-law Carrie Alaway, dght. and Henrietta John- I
And drives away our ory of our dear son and Nancy Hall and Co- Fred ELDER GLOVER
3 brothers ,
fear. ROGERS 14401 NW 20th
brother rlne Devons sisters
Henry (Fox) Smith Jr., THOMAS CASH, JR. IN MEMORIAMIn John Alaway, and Wil- Neal ; and 3 sisters Norman, Florence Robinson Ave. dial I Feb. 20. Elder
hits been citi-
husband Rogers a
lie Matthew's bros.
\ 'Justina McGee, daughter who departed this life remembrance of my Ella Dixon, sister Rolle. Maude Johnsonand and zen of this communityfor
r Frances Williams
uRarnzy L. McGee, Feb. 23, 1955. wife, u number of years. He
son-in-law dustto ----- other relatives. Funeral is a state evangelist of
earth and
Earth to
Hubert Charlow. Bro. dustCalmly IN MEMORIAMIn services are to be held t the Church of God and

Livingston Char low, 7 Saturday Feb 27 1905 has been on the battlefield
now the wordswe 3 at St. Paul AME
brother sad but loving mem- p.m. in revival ''meetings
Hugh Charlow, Bro. say; ory of our dear mother Church Rev. T. C. Kel- for various churches In

Femisha Knowles, Sis. Left behind, we wait In and grand mother, ly, officiating this city. His survivors f

Vera Higgs, sister trust ','" ..-.. are wife. Oxaveth; four
Leola Wade, sister For the Resurrection day. BURKIN TROTTER of daughters two sons, seven !
Lillian Robinson, aunt Mrs. Mary Cash, mother .8520 NW 34th Ave. diedat brothers seven sisters. .

Edith Sawyer, aunt Mrs. Mildred Dames, Jackson Memorial Services will IK held Saturday !
X.j Hospital! Fe 11. 20, 1965. He
Jimmie Charlow, uncle sister. 2 p.m. from the
i la survived by his wife, Walker's Temple Church

Mrs. Chappie Mae Trotter of God in Christ.
Ii CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe ffx ;; 5 daughters, Ludla I K. I n. Johnson, officiating Bishop
Holloway, Lucille Shingles -
family of the late, family .of the late, Regester Starling WILLIE SANDERS, 217

h Mildred Thorn*on and NW 7th St., died Feb 21.
Gertrude WJlcher; 3 sons, Survivors are a daughter
9 ;H "- r John. Riley and Theodore Mrs' Marjorie Fluellen:

r Trotter and other two brothers, Eddie and

relatives. Funeral services Hosroe. a niece, Pearl a
c't are to l he held Saturday nephew Dave McGee.

E. 4 e SADIE DOYLEY .. Feb. 27, 1065 1 p. m. Funeral I'>services will beheld

", whom God has taken to. .at'the ,Rock Of Age Saturday' 3:30: p.m.
** Church 2722 NW 55th St. at the Liberty City chapel.
rest February 28, 1961 of .
our Lord. Rev King, officiating.

j May her sleep be an MRS WALTER WELCH.
everlasting rest and ELLA MA 1820 NW :h'cl'e.., apt 3.
j\ with God. .peace SON of 1101 NW Goth St., died Feb 22. Survivorsare

Hector Doyley' died] Feb 23. at Christian wife Pearlie a

- Hospital following: a daughter, three brothers,
short i>eriod l of illness. two sisters. Arrangementsare
CARD OF THANKSThe MRS. OPHELIA HYLOR She I Is survived by 3 incomplete.

who neices, Mrs Natta'ieanFishel'
family of the late, Feb. departed 27, 1957. this life on o f Detroit Mrs.

r'A. May she rest in peace Jimmlc Urasheor of Dallas STEVENS .
Texas and Mrs. Lu-
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BEATRICE CARTER M1TT1E WISE upon her. custa Colston. Miami Fla. REV. ELLIS KING
The She will be in repose at IROO SW 17th St.. died at
who passed away on the who passed on Dec. 19, Family home beginning at 1 p.m. Hollywood Memorial
13th of February, 1965, 1964 wish to thank Friday Fe)). 20 1H! !). Funeral Hospital; FelA 18. He wasa
wish to use this methodof many friends for kind- IN MEMORIAM service will beheld resident of West Hollywood -

II thanking their many ness shown during the Sat. Feb. 27. 1005 10 for 12 years He
friends for the many KUdden death of their beloved k In memory of a I. m. at the Church Of pastored: Greater St. Luke

kindness shown to themin wife and sister. MRS. DAISY DIXON The Open Door Rev. McDowell Primitive Baptist. Churchfor

their hour of bereave- Special thanks to the officiating. three years He.1,";
ment. May showers of House! o f Albert and t o who departed this life a member of the Florida
blessing fall upon each those who sent cards, telegrams Feb. 24, 1904. W/ e loved MOSS L. WARD, of Rust Coast Primitive Baptist -
of you. a n d florals. you, but Jesus loved you 1311 NW :31 Ct., died Feb. Association and a

Arthur Carter husband Thanks to R e v. I). A. nest. 21.: He I Is survived by his c'lvle''orkel' In the com
wife Mrs. Susie Ward, :3children. munity. Services tvcreheld
And Bradley, pastor and i Mrs. Mildred Green and
members of Mt. Carmel Mos! L. Ward Feb. 23: at. the
Mrs. Delilah Howard
Baptist Church and t o Sisters .1 I'.. James F.. Ward and Greater St. Luke Primitive -
IN MEMORIAM those who were so kindto Constance I. Ward, h I smother Church) with HeH..

us during/ t the loss of Freddie Dixon, Warren Mr: Hattie Ward, C. Samuels officiating
In sad but loving memory our dear one. and Verdell, sons ." sisters 2 brothers. Arrangements He leaves his wife,
of our dear daughter The )Family :MRS. ROSA ULTHUNE are Incomplete F.ula; two brothers
and sister! at this time. LuthtN of Qulncy. ,Fussellof
who departed this life
... IN MEMORIAM Miami i: n daughterGall
10 wish
IN MEMORIAM February 1965, ; three sisters hula
to thank, with all since-
Lemar, Dorn Mae Fuller
In of lltr-l
memory our rity and appreciation the Priest Irene Fuller or't'1: ; Hol-
loved aunts friends who sent
many Ivvvood.FRANCIS. I.
cards, flowers, donationsand Burn .July 'J. 1U23! RICHARDSON .
MRS. SADIK) I)()Y r.gy ----
telegrams and other Ordained Deacon

who passed away four gestures of sympathy: Advanced t to Priesthood Hits LILLA GALLO
shown during our berea- WAY of 123: NW fi2nd St. .
years ago February 28, October, 1)5I!):
1961. ment. Special thanks t o Hector of St. Peter's; died February 18. Survivors WILLIE JOHNSON orJau

the neighbors of 14th Ave. American Catholic Church are a son Joseph IT., )) NW :run Ave.. died
Although you are gone and 07 St., Mt Sinai Bap- Miami, Fla. two sisters. Mr s. Annie Feb 21. Services Saturday -
Your memory still lingerson. tist Church auxilaries, Died February 28, 1061 Scott and! Mrs. I Isabella at 2 p.m. ut Temple

members and friends. "Grant him. 0 Lord, Jamison a brother, Roscoe Baptist Church Rev. ,.,
May your soul rest In Brook. Services held
eternal lest, and may A. Thompson officiating
Thanks t the
J ?ace. o pastor Tuesday. Feb. 23: in the
HeS.. A. Thomas: for an light perpetual| shine upu| Remains will repose] in
Sadly missed chapel with Rev.
uplifting and Inspiring on him"WU4I.IH the chapel I p.m. Friday.'
Cherry and Dolphy eulogy and Range Funeral -- officiating.CLIFFORD Survivors Include his

Home and Staff for MAF. Kl: >- mother, Mrs Sarah Johnson
THIS IS THENUMBER the loyal und courteous WARDS of lot NW IthAve. or 1:12NW: / 2nd Court ; three sisters, Alice

service rendered .. Hallandale. She died at his home Fell' Mitchell, Maude Peter. ,
I came here from I Brownsville 21. on son and Sarah Forbes; 2
May God bless each of H, C. She died Feb. are his wife brothers Leon and James
691-1262 Kvelyn: II i !;sister Mrs Johnson
18. She was a member 'or Edna Gamble
:MISS 'UtiATIilCK: Mix Willie ii. Allen the Greater Khenexer Serviceswill
b '
and Family Baptist Church Serviceswill ( held Saturday: at MRS. SUK GIBSON of

:\1. KENDHICK svJ TO CALL he In Brownsville. 2:30 K.:: Church p.m. at Ebene/.er: M. J 1333IJ NW 5th Ave., died

', who died Feifruary2d;, I FOR YOUR IN MEMORIAM She is survived by four Feb. 18. Arrangements
are incomplete. Survivorsare
19G I. daughters I : Shirley UeuI LOUIS MILLER

A J precious: one fiom us lilA CHOIRROBES In sad but loving mem- 1 her 1 trice I mother Terryllne Mrs., Martha Laura; 218 the NW 11th St, died ut of Polder three, Maggie sisters Rolle, Naomi and
of dear brother Lincoln Memorial
is goneA ory our I Flicks Evelyn Grant.
Nursing Home
voice we loved I is stillA IKE CARNEGIE February
10. Survivors ;are two sisters Balmy
place is vacant In our Girl Swain, infant -
hearts or writ lie departed this life I NOW I U the Tune to Sell Mrs Anna Houston daughter of Mr. and
and Mrs Pear, ]
February 20 1951.! Times' Simms of Mrs. Roosevelt Swain of
That never can be filled That Home.. UM a Claxton, Oa.; cousins
Mrs. Julia Blake LUCKIE'S TAILOR SHOP Adi I Services held South Dixie Highway
Gone, but not forgotten.The Classified Thursday died Feb. 20. Graveside
And Family 6510 NW 18th Ave Cafnegay Family Feb 21 at 930.: services Friday.


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utilities.( $17 a week
r i INCOME Property. Large ] EFFICIENCY NEU511(1).
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corner lot, landscaped, $00.28 a month no I FOR
135. A tremendous value. WORK 1 n Photo
sprinkler system with closing] costs. More to Drive 25 NW 48th St. ittudfo. Young girl between I Park Este4es'Naar
by 2132 H.W. 68TH
own pump and well, also chose from Call OX f>- then call for appointment. ages IR & 2J, Part shopping-Oil tot iatOllode11395
:ity water. Keys at Life 0092. F. Lenardl) Broker, time. r R
Fenster Realty. Broker.PL Apply a t Glamour .1-3684
ReaJty, Broker 4932 NW 91CG N, W. 17th Ave. 9-8779, Studio. fi2ir J NW i Ave. l H.E..150* St 1
17 Ave. PL 9-4371. -.. or call I) 75D5431.KXPKUIENCKI! R Open 2-5 p... '
... .. SACRIFICE. DEATH r.r..rr rr.rrr rd.
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HEK 1711)13 FOR LIFE In family 59 Cadillac 4- .: ) I Ifcuulldan -
NO QUALIFYING No door sedan very good FOR i RENT for beauty Salon, '
closing costs. Fully fur condition. $1,100. Call I I r
Nice location, excellent r
nished cottage modern anytime after 3 p. t m. b FURNISHED CLEAN opportunity, full) or part NEW BARON HOMES ,
furniture and appliances FR !)-!)!) 10. House Hpt water heater, lime I ,
junior senior
freshly painted. Price is fenced In back yard, Mailamoiscllo or Hou-e of 651 NW 47th St. 1835 NW 411t St. ,
!$8,500. 250 down and $80 3 BEDROOMS !$13.50 1805 N. W. 5 Ct., Meantv. ..!;!)2
(631-3177.:; ) NW 7 Ave t 1921 NW 50th St. 7460 NW 17th Ave.
month pays all. Keys at 1813 NW 89th Terr., Open 7:>!n-Mi2.) !' : ,
Life Realty Broker. 4932 Sun. 2-5 p.m., $.300. down, ------ Open 8 to 3 Eawy TcrniH
NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. large Inside, new kitchen, 1 BEDROOM APT.
Fla.] CDS Adult] couple $16 11 week Wanted' 3 large bedrooms, 2 bath, l'la. room, garage ,
Open evenings and Sundays room. See Inside ANY TYPE. $.).:Jn) I plus '
$11,800. total $RI. Including] utilities. 824 lunch to donor.' :lOn1- t ('orner 150 x 100. Good for rhuirh or buslne** ,
W. 56 Street.
month )pays: all FHA. A. Km Head./ .Mhiml IJwich.I.llieitv WE BUILD, BUY LAND, HOMES
NO CLOSING COSTS Ben-Korl. Realtor, \
any- FURNISHED ------
:Modern CBS duplex, 2- time 751-2243. ;] ROO M in City Nursery Large Lots For Sale JE 8-1340 -J'
private home. Call NE 50146.
bedrooms each -
side. Tile CAItDKN: plants :ilso'
] BIG FAMILY --- ..... ---
roof appliances large SPECIAL on sale at I low )price. l lie
yard freshly painted.i 4 Bedrooms, 2 baths see N. \\'. U7 St. Call A. Kelly
Price is FHA valuation] 1810 NW 84 St Open Sun 1450! N, E. 152 TERR. 'iII-UPS.!) ? ..
til5,700, $GOO down and 2-5 p.m.. $250. down some !North Miami, 3 bedrooms ------
$90 month. Live rent extras plus] ; new refrl era- j 2'/i baths, living room N'KW LOCATIONCHKISTALEE'S
free! Life Realty Broker, tor bargain $9,500 total, kitchen, Fla.] room, 2 car : llejuty EXCEPTIONAL BUYS THIS WEEK!!!

IM2: NW 7 Ave. PL !0'-1 371. S78. month pays all FHA. nished garage. Completely fur- Salon. 812 N. \\l : rd AoTelephone 142 N. W. 40th Street
Open Sundays, evenings.NO A. Ben-Korl. Realtor, $125 month 01 15- ) 371-87S.1},
anytime 751-2213. 1761 or 371-3998. IJ's. Doiis Dorseit. op- $1500 down BUYS this well kept 3 bedroom home in quiet
QUALIFYING, N "I'atOl''s.', Christy Lee'1
OSr2 ROOM I N PRIVATE residential area. HO QUALIFYING. $95 month. .Quick:
closing costs.I Bedrooms :MONTH PAYS ALL ,home Cooper. Prop.) M.I;)
Ikn i rge Kitchen 2031 NW 83 Tel" '? $250. 2hec1room. private phone, gentleman Possession. Call our Mr. Kroll.

enclosed front porch, CBS. doll house, ( St preferred 691-2494, 1545 NWW 2-HEDROOMS, d o w n- 1601 N.W. 33th Street
fenced yard. Freshly] !some; furniture, only stairs electric stove. Ref-
Older Type, BUT VERY WELL KEPT. Extra Lot included
painted inside and out. 8.-)00) total FHA. Open erences. Deposit. G91-0789.
Price is $lOCIkI( ) with $300 Sun 2-5: p.m. A. Ben-Ko- In price $13,500.. Down payment $1,000. Easy monthly
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down and $RO month rl, Realtor anytime payments. Quick Possessing. Call our Mr. Kemp.
Keys at Life Realty broker 751-2213. --0--
1M2! : N. W. 7th Ave
PL 9-1371 open evens and DRIVE IIY THIS ONE 1228 N.W. 42nd Street

Sundays.NO 8427 N. \\'. 22 Place. Like SHELL REALTY BRAND NEW A modern 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with car-
new 2 bedroom CBS, ,
port. Franklin Federal Financing. Coll our Mrs. Alterson.
CLOSING COSTS beautiful oak flo 2 Bedrooms enclosed!; \ n .stove refrie. House -- 0 --

porch carport fire place has hardly been used, $100 DOWN
freshly painted in Heartof Real nice urea "'11 A 4210 NW m 4''. 3511 N.W. 206th Street. An exceptional) 3 .bedroom home
Manor Park terms -
Price is arranged call) A. : I
89,300, $250 down and Ben-Korl. Realtor, anv- oJf with many extras. One monthly payment. Call our Mr.

FHA terms. Key at Life lime 751-2243.: <, ,:.:,.....".'.;:.'..#1f:' 751 5'551' ;;:- Alterson.
Realty] Broker193: N, W. r\""<'<. y ; /' ., .. :, EXTRA SPECIAL. A completely renovated 2 bedroom
t>':d- ." .1h.1I> 'Nt \ .. .. '
7 Ave, PL !1M371. 2 BEDROOMS 2 ":<7. Y, ., ",
Open IIATHS .<.t--,.""L'"- ',* '.f .tht.; j""t.>>" \ '. home Fla lot (In location.
Sundays and evenings 1 Drive\ hI I 1IMO'! NW 83: St.Lovely I : CBS, room, large / perfect $350 ,
I' down. ontk. Ask for Mr. Kroll.
--- like new CBS. : $76 s+
NO CLOSING COSTS c.ut'nei', carporU*. oak ,
a Bedrooms CBS, 2 baths, floors -tv'NX;: ) down' $1I.OU J ),
enclosed) front j'>orch, car Total. !$78 month pavs: all .......y.w..lw SUNDAY
]hurt newly painted, ].land FHA. ;\. Uen-Korl. Real)
seeped Price I is ,only fur an,.time 751-2213.:
-Sll.OOO( ( ) with $:'J.V) down, O-O-O FORD REALTY,INC. Broker

and FHA terms. Key at THIS FHA HOME can $11.000 FHA $350 DOWN

N.Life W.Really 7 Ave.Broker PL u-4371 4932 he fy. yours Only If you$400 can clown. Large CBS, 3, .bedrooms, screened porch, dining room, ] 3639 NW,15th,.'" Avenue. .. 635-4595,.,.

Open evenings) and Sun ]Drive by 1715 NW 83. Stand garage. No closing costs
days.NO 1815 NW 88 Terr --o--
----- Fenster. Heillt .. ,'Broker.PL .
\',\LIFYING / 9-877!). $f4 MONTH PAYS ALL
TAKE I I: over I FHA pay,
ments; of $SI month pays ;SPECIAL for this: week!! Nice CBS, 3 bedroom.No qualifying. Only $10,900. Reasonable EDISON Specials
,dl Modern 2 hedioom ;:3-bedroom CBS home. down payment.
('liS. Tile "roof, fenced i Corner double ]lot with
card I Florida room carport swimming pool. FHA -- 0 --

verv modem Kit. terms. $500; )( down Near $1.000 DOWN $11,000 TOTALH.wly
then i'xl.stin; I FHA mortgage school) shopping center $ IT9T N.W. 83RD TERRACE I
Is SlUXJO() and it ,
and l/us. Call Fenster furnished CBS 2 bedrooms enclosed Open 1.5
porch Sunday
Hike ,
SKX( ) ) cash to move ;Realty Broker. PL -H7it.l .
light in. Kc-v at Life dining room, carport. No qualifying. | 3 bedrooms, CBS, tile roof, Larg double corner (lot. Cor. I
Really |linker IIK5J! : : \Il'1101)IItN i(1(()(<'i NW 82 St Now --0-- I sprinklers down.
7 A\f. I'/|. !) I.T7I.: available 2-bedroom. 1- port, o$3 FHA.

------- bath fully furnished, including $400 DOWN $13,000 FHA ', ,t .' 1
: a IIKDROOM: beds and "
( folding 736 g
CHS Tilt roof front TV. All fenced yard itoutiful CBS, 2 bedrooms, Fla room, dining room, cornporf. STREET ':
and ieuporches" carport i Only $(5,500; complete, New appliances. Open 36 Sunday / 'I

cellar lined Hcnrls. ap, i iDllanuvi. terms arranged. Drive by bedrooms, CBS, joloosled porch, garage, city sewers
:, some finniliire. i then call Fenster Realty, 13 13
$300 down
Price Is FHA y Only $11,700 total
sil.iioo) 8ac0lotvn:: :::: Rig -- o -- 1

hair ( losing c'osls. Key at ] completed now open _
Life Hl'iIltn"OKe" ,' t11'Itpen : :! for public display "You j 1 1-6808 N.W. 6th Ave. -3 bedrooms 2 baths, Fla 1

'N. W. 7 ,\rc. PL 0-1371: owe It to yourself if you I 11 room, CBS, tile roof. No qua
Sundays and even are looking for a beautiful Iifying
:3-Uedroom, 2 bath home I
with so many new ideas Consolidate 337 N.W. 59th Terr. 3 bedrooms, furnished, CBS,

SECOND Mortgage, I To drive by these home I 12 plus 1 bedroom apt, plus garage >

$102.81 luxuary per 3-bedrooms month, new 2- ,pricesyou'll!! )) he sure YOUI' Debts No qualifying. 1
baths, central heat garage ]prised of the low price I I 3 354 N.W. 59th Terr. -Beautiful CBS duplex. 1 apt.
1131 NW 75th St.
Fla. room, open Sun Dial Now for Money has 3 bedrooms 2 baths
2-5, 730; NW 47th Terr. J 1141 NW 75th St. 'I $500 1
Wynne Dldg. Corp. JE 521 NW 46th St. down, FHA.
"All will) be Sun. in 1 Hour
1-6902. from 1 .1 if; I-'emler. open" Realtv 4 339 N.W. 39th St. CBS, $250 down, FHA.

from"FANTASTIC Wynne Bldg.VALUE'Corp.' 1 Broker PL !9-8779. WI9-0077 I 15, 1474 N.W 83rd Terr. $75 FHA.month CBS,pays Fla all. $250 down 1

'The area's largest." New INCOME Property!! ".\
luxury home. $102.81 per fabulous' hm''' ::5-bedroom. ,SMALL. PAYMENTS: 37 N.W 48th St. 4 bedrooms, Fla room, CBS, 1
month no second mort- 2 baths, plus extra house I 16
FHA .,
g<'tge. See model, 7W:, NW in rear, 1-ltedroom, 1 befit $ 1,000 ...........w.. 'e $ 20 Month terms"

178h Ten, Sun. 2-5 .I II<; Both houses completely $ 2,000.............. $ 30 Month These are (just a few of the many available properties we, 1
furnished, linen, dishes,
1 (fiD02.;! I,
etc Drive by this one. $10,000 .......... ..... S100 Month have for sole Come in See us.
NEWTT496 down, 3- Don't miss it. 112 NW 1
bedrooms, 2 baths hurry 47th St. Ftnster: Really J WE ARE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND
on these! :Grand openin Broker, PL 9-8779. LOANS ON VACANT LOTS OR ACREAGE1st

Sunday-;,." 541 and 549 ._._ and 2nd Mortgages SUND YUlrNttnltitututittillNitNittJiiGtltniinw8lnullnluUluoNitft
NW 44th bt. Wynne Aid g' bed-
Corp, JE 1-6902. room 1 bath CBS house /;: R.I. Baron Mortgages EDISON I REALTY Realtors
s -ettttrr- m with carport. A real bargain ,
$9,000. Good terms. ;; 14535 N.E. 5th Avenue

JOIN THE NAACP Then Drive call by 8(59 Fenster NW 73rd Realty St. .';... ,>, Mortgage Broker- 175 $M< AM 5t 751-2441

Broker. PL 9-8779.
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Activities At North DadeRecreatioh Wackey

t, BTW High of Drama"

observance or Brotherhood Sellout -
'Adu1t League: (
Week the Human: ball) The second
t, Relations: Club presented of the adult ba troope 1880 of
the annual assembly onFeb. league Rot ,Senior
25. The guest f u i Thursday night school presented, an
the I program were students Railcrs defeating and 15 minutes of
of Foreign countries Bachelors 2-0 and entertainment
intending the Uni-: Spoilers over the .' 18, directed b y
," of Miami. Quotations !JHWM; In a nail biter. M, I.. Oliver. The r
i''ersll. were presented 1 h.Wa. ]],)' Francis, t began at eight ,
over the PA system from Spoilers stood l off a with the versatile ( I L
Feb. 23-27. minute drive by the Dancers, diteci-
Judy Sawyer and
to upset them. '
(. Congratulations to Sharon leads the league ; ((' Samuels. 9r '
Young for placingthe ; .
points followed by r o.xr
host for the
highest score Cur Griffin (Jets) 2:1:'; \ a ,
was Alvin Bruton
Booker T. Washington In
I Jets 20
Thompkins ( )
the Betty Crocker Talent with the announcer
Anthony Roberts ( : )
Search for TomorrowTest Jackson. The high- Y 1
a 17.
Sharon is a mem- of the evening was ,
ber of the 12-5 home- TeenAge I : play "Sister Mc-
room supers ised by Mrs. After two games ." Members of the w--L.YCJiMWq'J"
Rosemarie Anderson She Baby Spoilers are n were, Sandrell Riv #.r
received a beautiful pin In the \ Tizzle, Doris Scri-
on top league
and stated that she! a perfect record. :as:a Lulie, and Girl Scouts of Ixora NeighborThe program was in support of the
was surprised in receiving behind are the Sweeting as the hood observed "Thinking Day" at Julliette Lowe Friendship Fund. I

this award Terrors and Manor Park, Saturday, Feb. 20. -Photo by Johnson of Miami
having won one
The Hooker 1'. Washington exciting j r.I'C-
) Physical Educa- Gregory Johnson's was "Patient Mississippi
tion Department presented burst of 48 points Be Patient" pre- .,. 114
a special program first game keeps :; by Patricia Paul : .. -\' ".. ." '. .' School Drops
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Feb. 18 with special front In the scoring participants on the -"" ." ." '... "
guest, !Mrs. Muriel Davis partment. After were Theodore .... '.1.1 ': Racial Bars
r Grossfield, national Olympic games Shelby Herman Sands, I i. t "'II. if, ... : .... .. !
t winner who gave a (Hawks) is second West, Milton Coffee, -. ... s ll. .\CKSON., lIss.-
t demonstration on gym- 47; followed by Wlllingham Gary .e w'.<".., :. m.;; Millsaps Coil e Ltl' has **-
'nasties. The modern Patterson and Cleveland Rogers 3Vl : rome the first all-white 1
dance, group. and the Snell of the Baby Brown and fler- I 'o ,.. r 'd, f. college) In Mississippi to {
mixed chorus appearedon 13 and 37 King. I voluntarily.
ers lower racial: ba al't's: -
i.: the 'program. The spectively. '. ::'t'; { .
guest, Mrs. Muriel D, A Founders : ...i ..
Grossfield was introduced After School : ? ;; The 1 llouril I of Trustees
by Theodore J, Bleier, Championship, ... i of the 71-year-old Methodist
supervisor of health and the 7th grade 1061-05) Banquet at '.1. ,.- supported school]
physical education.The son, went to Mrs. announced that all qualified -
homeroom class C. Evans students would 1x
11th grade student ,! ofrare.
were given the llth 10-1 record The PTA of Lillie C :accepted.
grade English! test Feb up spot was held by Elementary] School
i 2:1: .and the llth grade Young's class. The you to attend Its
mathematics test Feb. 21 j grade champion is Day Banquet Through the efforts of the Florida A&M University Placement Bureau, headed by
i : in the school's auditor cided at this time Friday February 2G.
turn Robinson's : I l.l p.m.. in the school] the Rev. Clinton C. Cunningham, several graduates of the FAMU VocationalTechnicalInstitute
I" the National] League, um. Donation is have been placed in industrial education teaching positions in the Cleveland,
As a result of the play Mr. :>> per person. Please Ohio public schools. Some of the FAMU vocational-technical graduates and their wives
scrapbook contest during homeroom of the the school for reser-
Negro History Week, ican for the o f ticketsVe're were in attendance at a reception given by Cleveland alumni for the Florida A&M University -

congratulations to Valerie] ship. The other forward to seeing' Marching Band. Pictured here, left to right, they are: James McGray, formerly of
I Hall, 11-7 for winning rooms are awaiting Mrs. A. Range will Lakeland, Florida; Mrs; Ester Eleam and Larry learn, formerly of Pensacola; Mrs. Ethel

first 11-1) prize for ,winning Ruby Thomas second und outcome also of the these .speaker for t the Moore and Ellis Moore, formerly of Miami, and Calvin Jennings, formerly of Greenville, .'.

prize, and Edith Anton, the 8th grade Hazel) Wilcox foes. FI&. In''Addition to his regular employment (in the Cleveland schools, Mr. Moore also works

11-7 for third prize. The ninth graders Indf"A:: Mss' Alcse Gill, loin in a night program for retraining school dropouts. \

('.til WIN Rattling for play-off ..-. ... -
sitions. Mr. T. ,
The imv Cagers gained still leads with -
victory over Mays, record; but close a jailed for Telling
('ch, 18 by a score of <>208. -
Outstanding playerswere are 1.. Anderson Mrs. Bruton 9-4 10-4 and ; 1 JET TV CLINIC

f scoring: 18 Irwin points Bdiilkman; Johnny teams 1 1', Forbes4.seem! to, The he Fortunes Without Licensecourt '

\ Napier und Williams scoring almost out of a HOME SERVICE CALLS $1.00 i
.,' 14 points each The in the play-offs. Fla (NPI) date hearing con
Tornadoes played tremendously preacher, tinned He Is widely Day or Night
for another Girls: League: T o advertised himself] known In the Tampaurea
t ,f victory over the Carver .lolly livers hustled Samuel," was having been a visit w. Sorric All Mak..1HIFI's
4. High Cagers Feb. 19 After hustled and hustled here last week on a ing minister, at sevoni1local and STEREOS
I a great Bailie they defeated couldn't mercome t of telling fortunes ) Baptist churches.
till Hornets 75gl lead the Soul SI a license W. Also Ro.tTV's
; Leading the to
team built up in the
victory were Willie "\\'llc (1uar'ter. They preacher was Iden- SEWING AT ITS BESTWe by the week or month
Hams :scoring; 21 points the Sisters in the :! as Rev. Claude
and Irvvin Uaulkman 17 quarter but couldn't :! The Rev. Simp- specialize In all types of.ewlng. 907 .2nd AVENUE
point: reportedly distribut-
enough points Dresses, shirts, alterations
stoic! : Soul Sisters handbills: advertising I
The ..Iacks.bedspr.ad. Phone FR 42044Neej'J
Mgei's meett- restyling ,
JolI.11'e"s, ;2J: : as "King Samuel,
t Ineks Feb. :W(! and Blanche Harvard of the who can g 4 v e ., covers and I
Kly; Feb. :27. These will led all scmeixith for the dogs, draperies. Even upholstery.Contact .- I
be the last
games: for points, followed bv the sick and forsee
Tornadoes in the
reguKu Flora at
male K.irnt'stliie; :; .1u answer to any ]pro i
season:; with X, The Skirts troubling anyone"
1065 NW 79th St. 633.6273
Si\OltS; I'KKHKXT: felled the second]
to thi Streamliners' 1 unidentified infor-
The senior:; :! class pre causi of III players.Ni'M gave the preacher $5
M-nted. "Sehendlg" Feb. several numbers and
23: In the school i uuditoriujn week .set's ho| Simpson allegedly CENTER VILLAKINDERGARTEN
,. This program fear I hlllll'lIl''s' tho (' the informer that he
liues :1 i spectacular: revue t lers In till! first t received $.rX for
ul' comedy, dancing :sand the Soul Information You may register now. Hot ;
:and drama: The )program the Streamliners in ROZfle
ftattll'cs'Ilidt' entertainers" second preacher Is alleged lunches and pick-up service

as., Madelyn Payne, "Ktevenson '- added, "Hut you For information call I
Saunders, Fish; poor and in ne d.
\Kay and Roosevelt] Cole- ', you bring me 691.7796, 696-3802 or (
brook asmaster of ceremo rest: of the money as 634-5867 ,
as numbers r-
]11 es. your '

Students are \preparing :
.3 Simpson was; rc- COPEIiAND
for the annual Student I : under bond and u MRA. ',." t CARPORT? GARAGE? \
Council election. TJie _. i
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president ;and vice ,president ( -- nmlllliUlltllUtllltnU immmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniMiia NEW FLORIDA ROOM? I
I and of the Miss Student: Hooker Council T, ,' REPAIRS OR ALTERATIONS? itit: 1

Washington' will he elect W {
cd by the student body. I 4" :kA :;i: ,,'

CALL MR. DAVIDOW AT HI e.si U Rand ; ,.
4 .,
ATTENTION! I THE IDEAL SCHOOL FOR i a representative call on you a ::-fHO.

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conditions poor health, Bank or FHA Financing ;:. :

!I bad luck, Seek success Smiling Eddie Lee : I 2380 W. FLAIGLER STREET I /.. \
blessings, happiness, and man, popular local We specialist in removing old window and instol-I%
peace jf f mind Consult nessman, is the new I ling awning type or jaloasted windows >'j" :t
er of the, [)Iv -Inn
Bishop Virdue 1815 NW 1772 NW 79th St. for information and for brochure: 444-4637 or 443.9741 ; I

lit. Ct *2 Phone 377. K91-9131. He ID & H Construction
Co. Inc.NI
1396 ( his old friends to Morning classes 9 a.m.12 p.m. i .

Prayersor sick. and meet new. I Evening, classes, 7-10 p.m. II
.QI onations. oillyr'. 811191r
':4 : ,FvFygrtg( we] 'Qme. .
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 26, 1965 15

Globetrotters HarlcfN ?; F Starks Edges "Elder? W5jj t a1(11Yp, ,

r.e i Y s

Here March 5-7,, North-South Open TItItt9

The Harlem Globetrotteis. _
With Sports whose )Itasketball 1 .. :.... '_
111"1 talents and antics have ; | Jackie Kobmsoii KIM AM
entertained audiences 'in j
N7 countries during 39 'I "

..By HARRY SPKAB years of ,world-wide return to South barnstorming f[Gregory, Take arCr.wisA I

Florida March 5-7 witha Fi.u Denning private: "won by- two strokes> er

Galfstream Park three-perfomance engagement on furlough, a former Lee Elder of Nashville.
at Miami' Peach
Convention Hall. winner and a nationalwomen's MAKTCIZ: THIIU
champion won Behind Elder, who picked -
Still headed by founder the three top division up S'XX: came Chico
Opens Thursday and owner- Sapei'stein, the basketball North-South golf tourna- and "Ilabe" Ltchardus.
have to be optimis- funnymen will be ment at Miami Springs. Hillside NJ.. at 21R and
start Its about topping I a s t paced by court Jester Additional highlightswere S337.50: each: Sam F \ir-
March 4 because Gulf- Meadowlark Lemon and the scoring of three vey and Willie Drown
a certainty win be offering a newcomer to the basketball holes-In-one during the Houston, tied for fourth
distinct highest caliber of ranks by the Feb. 17-21 event which at 220 and S22G.50 each:
The in its his- name of Leroy Satchel attracted the largest Willie Greer. Nashville.
landale ," Donn Jr. said. Paige, field in its history. 5th. 222 and Sl.V: Ted
new For the first time thisyear The &l-hole medal- Rhode Chicago. 224. and
awards ($ ) Improvement grand the ageless baseball play contest drew 81 5110; Raymond Massey.!
overall has doubled pro-the pitcher has joined thet pros, 194 amateur (men) Miami. 22.;. $80: Moses
($1,979,138.) floor t traveling 'rruttel's.nll and 31 women. Brooks Dallas and Cliff
space and while his: hook shot or Harrington. Ft. Campbell
meteoric modernized dribbling U not the host: Nathaniel "Little Flee"Starkes tied nt 226 and $00; Noah
mammoth structure. on I the learn, "S.'tch"11I' a pro ending a Wheeler. ilattle-hurg.
attendance ; cafeteria, snack chip/ ,ID I on many of I Iht''I'1'ollel's' two year Army hitch in :Miss.. George Johnson.
in beverage bars and i romeih'' um- September, finished the Columbus Ga.. and Bob
last season par!. ,nvituels line>. final 18 holes with a 38- Shave .Tr., Cleveland tied
lag new will be found in Jn addition I to lesson : 37-75 over a rainsoakedcourse for nInth' at 227, $25.
categories beautifully appointed in how to and how not for a total score
And declared."I that now is on a par lo play i bUsketball t h eJlobetrollers of 68-70-75 213 and Flight winner-+ among
purses Gulfstream's mag (: will be assisted top money of $800. men included. Arthur
Brown, seniors. 17 Phil-
horses clubhouse In fa- / :; af halftime by the BOBBIE WINS :
lip Smith. New 'Oilcan
coast, a and decor. Czechoslovakia: State Jackie Robinson
regained -
first flight 237: ThomasJ'ostCI'
stand folk dance troupe "Midanceis his amateur title ; Detroit, second I
gram and of the main high- and "singers making ((19G2 winner) with 75- flight 248: Earl .Lick-on,
I of their first U. S. .
traffic arteries tour.headliner
37-75 over a rain-soaked
New York, third flight,
t from the Gulfstream to is f o r m e r five better than Cleve-
213: Strickland
; Ilov < in main population cen Olympic gold medalist land's Jimmy Woods followed York fifth 2.W: Frank, 1
ing seem are completed and and world champion by Alfred Green of Dubois, Miami ::sixth 238: ;
Both speed the flow of gymnast, Eva llosnkova. Annapolis, Md., at 240. Dr. S. H. Preston Cleveland -
chairman to and from the Tickets for the Trot- Ann Gregory of Gary, seventh 275.
and Donn ters' appearances a r e Ind., playing in her first Betty Sullivan of Detroit -
are highly will I con- available at Miami Reach Miami tournament, 1 e d t" won the I ladles first
"I am its highly-success- Convention Hall and all from start to finish to win flight with a ni total.
surpass lOOt formula of pre- Sea I'S-Hoebndt stores.REDUCE the women's crown by 16 Claudia Robinson. Springfield
tistics the twin double fense.'I strokes with a 86-84-88- Mass.: finished sec-
not be an admission scale 258. Jewel Martin of Detroit ond.
our Clubhouse, $2 Grand I finished second. JOE LOUIS QUITO
Donn Sr. and $1 Annex. .... up to 8 pound 3 HOLESINONECliff ; Joe Louis withdrew
weeId7 Harrington, staff after the second ,round
sergeant, from Ft. Camp- Buffering from a virus! In-
Dr Long bell, Ky., 1959 pro wIn- fection. He was the defending -
1545 S.W. 1M St. ner, scored a hole-In-one amateur ('hmnion. )>-
J on the 250-yard third .
FR 34748 hole with a 2% wood. He A swim and fashion: .
tied for 8th place with show, golf clinic treasure
75-74-77 226. hunt, picnic and a tro-
J'i" RattlersTraining On the 153-yard 7th phy hall were the event's
social activities
hole Dr. Charles Irelandof for contestants -
Washington, and and guests.
Charles O'Neal, Spring- Because of increased
field, Mass., scored aces. Interest in the mid-winter
Both used eight Irons. tournament plans. are already -
underway to secure -
The Florida A&M Univer The 145-pound Starks the use' of additional -
I who was tied with the
i sity Rattlers open spring facilities for next
f ,<; football training Monday, ore-tourney favorite Sam year's contest.
Harvey of St.
March 1. The Rattlers will A hike in professional
I the end
'I i"l.,...', .' : JLTi..s toil four complete days_ a 29 week_ days untilthey of day's round of with the a first 68, prize) proposed.money, has- Larry alsoWeen

drills. Training will be held ( .Hatchlar

sports editor Harry Spear congratulates North- on Monday, Tuesday, Wed-
South Open champ Nat Starks. The 24-year-old Atlanta ex- nesday week. and Friday of each APPLIED CHRKHAMmr SPIRITUAL TEMPLES, WfC.

caddie will be discharged from the Army in Septe.ber and Head Coach Jake Gaither Proton
will loin the PGA pro tour.Deep says the Rattlers will haveto Tlit Man of Dtlivtronct horn Coast to Coast

.... rebuild their entire first RT. POPE I. SHKSWliattvtr
unit, except at right end and
at fullback. Art Robinson returns your arable' May ba, through the power ef God
I at end and Gene Thomas cad year faith, it CM bo tolvtd.'
Sea Fishing will be back at fullback.
"This is the greatest loss HOLDING SERVICES NIGHTLY 8 ....

CAPT. KEN GARDNER 36I-54ZI. years, bemoans Coach ...
Gaither. "There will be se- : Every !" at 1451 N.W. 3rd Avonuo
9 am to 12:30 pm 1.45 pm to 5i30 pm veral changes in our program Every W.d. at 534 N.W. 8th Street
: Every Fri. at 514 N.W. 6th Str..t
this fall. The losses hurt
Far., Rod & Reel, Equipment and Cut Bait our
ALL FOR ONLY $4.85 PLUS TAX offense and defense. :: IN FT. LAUDERDALE FLORIDA
Every Sun. 7 p.m. at 612 N.W. 12th Avenue
si y that he plans to pus Spiritual advice dally 10 ONI to Noon 3.. to 7 pm
CRANDON PARK MARINA PIER I more this fall in spite of the I
I If Il lack having an experiencedpasser. At 551 N.W. 12th Street. Information Phoner FR 46626NOW

f "We're forced to pass
more this year," he said.
tttra satastat eteAy
l HI "We have good receivers and
good, fast backs."
Jiiiii Continuing, he said: "Our
I I I backs this year are too smallto I

have a running team, so
we tare going to do more pas-
B'DYSANYTHINC.. ,SELLS sing. I don't have an experi
enced quarterback, which
means that we'll have to find
I one from the '64 reserves whc
can get the job done." : NITELY

FURNITURE APPLIANCES Elroy Morand of Ocala and
I Rudy Jamison of Jackson- Except Sunday
OR WHAT HAVE YOUTV's ville look like the best con-
tenders for the post left vacant *
: I by Ernie Hart. Morand TWIN DOUBLE
$19.95 UP replaced the ailing Hart In
me Bethune-Cookman game. rf Res* RECORD PAYOFF TO DATE
I This was his first complete J JU0348
, game, and he completed five
ALSO, T.V., CAR & HOME RADIO REPAIRS of 13 pass attempts for 83 $14,161.60

BRING IT IN SAVE MONEY! yards. Jamison has been usedin
spots, seeing action in
only a few contests.
: OPEN 7. DAYS vl.Ayq'Xf 1 Hart led the Rattlers in
( three departments: passing, / 1'/
13r'I' 2113 N.W. 62nd St.f' : scoring and total offense.
He completed 71 of 141 pass
II I es for 1,123 yards, seven
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THE.MIAMI TIMES,....'Friday; .,;,February, : 26.. 1965!, ,:,..:!, .:' ; ,.H.t I'f'tHH."H. !> .,t.. ,::1 ,! ;'" n'." .>I.I1.f' \' _ .

-. Powell Vows to Expose New 33 Oil of 38 AMIS Enpltyti. I

In the two weeks since Mrs. Lynn Brooke Baptist
graduation of the Ideal School Hospital. This makes for a
q York Numbers and Dope : for Nurses Aides,Mrs. Kathie record as now only five greduatar
1 Miller with a 50% visual han- have not been em-
j' dicap has been employed at ployed*out of 38.
Rep.Adam Clayton Powell They have been sheltered Police gave Lindsay's Jackson Manor Nursing Home,. Mrs. Kathle Miller ws
(D..N.Y.) launched another by the police he said, first name as "Perry" but Mrs. Hiram Cooper, Cedarsof sent to the Ideal School by
drive in Congress last week "and I have gotten their Powell let "Terry" stand ingoing Lebanon; Mrs. Ofelia So- the pla. Council for the
BRIGHT against alleged polio corruption names from the files of the over the transcript in dano Cedars of Lebanon: blind.
in Harlem while a police department. They are his remarks for the Congressional Mrs. Rose D. Schniedman.
suit for .$262,000 damages Terry Lindsay, Charles Record. R.N., director of,the school
faces him. (Skippy) Martin and Vincent Wanted notices have been at the time Powell called kept appointment with the
"I'm going to start again," 0lank) Ha/tkins. issued for the arrest of Mar- many names, including that Pla. State Board of Nursing
NEW he told the House,"and name Terry Lindsay, 38, New tin and Hawkins police said. of Mrs. Esther James,who he Feb. 19. The board wished
places of the numbers racket York police said, was arrested Powell called the policein said was a Harlem bag woman her recent graduates' good
drops and dope drops in Har Oct. 23, 1964 and Harlem "the dregs of the or craft collector for luck in their new position as .....
lem." The payoff to police is charged with homicide in the force.What I am bucking hereis the police. nurse aides.
\ FUTURE $3UUO a month per drop, he shooting three days earlierof the entire underworld," Mrs. James sued Powell
Arthur Powers 36, described he said.
and won an original judgmentof
Try Classified
said.Powell a
named three men as a small-time hoodlum. The congressman began 46000.Additional actionsof
he said killed Arthur Power, Police said Lindsay was indicted his crusade in Congress Mrs.James has brought the For Best Results
a Harlem gambler, Oct. 20, on a charge of first against the numbers racketin amount to $262,000 but Powell
in a csse the police still list degree murder and is in jailawaiting New York City some years has ignored several court Oar ClaMifieJ Ada
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