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: March 5, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00358

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i Washington D. C., Mar. school enrollees. The future ; a high; schooldropout f
.Neighborhood Youth and having a
1 (Special) Secretary
of Labor W. Willard Corps enrollees will workas good future as a graduate.
Wirtz announced this hospital aides, order-
week that Miami has lies, cooks' assistants, "For the thousands of
typists, and dietitians' others who have droppedout
::i- been slated for approvalas
the site for a Neigh- assistants.In of school permanently -
A w' Youth this program wll res-
borhood Corps
project. speaking of the cue their Job hopes b y
Neighbrhood Youth Corps providing them with des-
The Miami project, program, Secretary Wirtz perately needed work ex-
sponsored by the Southern stated, "For many thou- perience."
Florida Economic Opportunity sands of boys and girls
taw Development the employment providedby The total cost of the

Council, Inc., Is scheduled Youth Corps projects Miami project will be
to have 200 in-school will be the exact diffe- $ 1,300; the federal share Whitney Y
enrollees and 300 out-of- rence between having no will be 279200.' 0111


: .$'215:,,.OOOEarlled. : < :in 'Jobs,, \ Speaks Wednesday Here "

of the Na- FI1kdby' Urban :League E" A national leader in the I
Awarding Jackie Robinson, ODe : ;
;: :J struggle of Negro citizensfor
all-time 2nd basemen :
tionaJ League's great __, ,sol 'i Q: equal rights, and a
the Hall of Fame trophy is Mayor R. B. For- learned television news com-
dyce of Miami Springs as Councilman Bob Chicago or Columbia, Eighty (80) Skills Bank The largest number of mentator share the spotlightin
placements by the Greater jobs filled in 1964 by the
Hurt looks on. Jackie won the division title Harvard, Northwestern or Urban League was in the the Community Forum
during the 25th National Baseball Players Yale University.Mrs. Miami Urban League during clerical field. However, 10 Series, starting March 10th
1964 earned
275000. Itt Temple Beth Am. 5950 N.
Rowena Ann Sut-
golf tournament at the Miami Springs course were placed in
ton, Sutton's wife, and The Skills Bank, which persons professional Kendall Drive, South Miami.
Feb. 24 to 28. He carded 77-79-75-79-310 for two of his four brothersand was organized by the Urban jobs, and several Whitney M. Young no-
the 72-hole event-Miami-Metro News Bu- sisters are also teachers League in April, 1964, is a were r placed in sales posit cutivo director of the National
reau Photo.JWhs in the Dade school two-step program whereby Urban League, will speak on
minority group workers with "The $275,000 earned by
system. March 10th.Mr. Young is one
bonafido skills for sale register these people, which represents -
of the architects of
I i Job Hiy Ftllewship I The John Hay Fellow- and the League re- a solid economic force the current leading
ship important is one awards of the most given fers them to employers seeking in the community, is a truly His recent book war on on the poverty.race
remarkable for the
An English teacher at from 40 states and the annually to high school minority group workers.T. return the questions, "To Be Equal"
Booker T. Washington District of Columbia are teachers. $6,000 budget by League was described in the Satur-
Willard Pair executive for its Services
High School was named the winners. On the list day Review as the best book
last week one of the 70 are three other Florida fT: ,< ', ; director of the Urban League, program, states Lieut. Col. written on theeub, cCt..r' ...... r.c
r winners of John Hay Fellowships teachers -, one each from ( states, .v"We ,are not duplicating Claude C. ,Clark (USA Ret.), The 'final program; April '"or
for 196506.Fortyyearold Cocoa Beach, Sarasotaand +! ,' or competing with the Urban League Board Presi' 4th presents David Brinkleyof
t Florida State Employment
Hollywood. dent.The NBC News now in his 21st
Thomas A 1942 graduate of Agency Our primary interestis Greater Miami Urban with the network.
Sutton Is believed to be Booker T. Washington r in serving those employersin League is a community ser- year
the first Dade teacher to High School and a teacher rI the community who wantto vices agency that follows Tickets rot the series
win a John Hay grant fora there for nine years, I introduce minority group social work practices and are available at Temple Beth
year's advanced study In Sutton has not yet been worker into their work force. standards in attempting to Am.
the humanities since the notified where he will go Suffice it to say, we do what improve the living and working -
fellowship program began for the year of advanced L 6 I9I :: y t, is called selective place- conditions of Miami's Insurance Co.. Tampa;
in 1U52. A number of 11'1.- j?t; "
study. ment. minority group population. John E. Gilbert. Central
Dade teachers have received One of the following six Life of Bartow; Mrs. An-
John Hay grantsfor Institutions will be chosen 'A 1 nie Moore Hampton, director -
summer institutes. : the University of Teachers to Honor Pepper of administrative

High school teachers California University of 1.:, J services, Hampton Jr. Col-
lege, Ocala.
at State CotweHtioit
On March 19, a round

Congressman Claude ed a plaque. He will also table discussion composedof
Pepper (D-Fla.) will be accept awards for all past 50 groups will consider -
Issues of Importance to
honored clos- and present contributorsto
during the
the Florida classroom
51,000 *
ing session of the Florida the 'association's pro- -
State Teachers Assoclation's gress from 1890 to 1965. teachers presently
supporting two separate
Jubilee, Others receiving awards organizations, the FSTA
March 18-20
Miami.In conventionIn include Edward, Davis, and the Florida Educa-
president of Central Life tional Association

addition, delegates
representing some 2500
I K members will debate 15
issues concerning the
group's future, hold an
awards banquet, present a
pageant plus adopt a
work-laden plan for the
next 12 months.All .

rl M, meetings, the. ban-
quet and presentationswill
: w.N be at the Bayfront; Ni1P
I Auditorium.

Pepper will be given an
MJ tu award for his stand on
civil rights. Thomas D. 4
it- Bailey, state superintendent -
of public Instruction,
11 and Peace Corps member,
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tg Edgar Thomas Williams

: r:1.i Jr., of Washington, will
% Iti : speak.

Beginning at 8 p.m. the
combination ttmquet and
pageant will follow the
opening day's business

schedule.Dr. .

Gilbert Porter,
FSTA executive secretary, 4.
will review the day's dis-
cussions aided by past
president Alvle Benton.

Porter will also conductthe .
history of the FSTAin "
pageant form. Leukemia Society Poster Girl Makes first public appearasce

CMtestMts !. th. North-Sooth Golf Tovrsaawat B tasty Contest art show with the Noah W. Griffin, retir- with Vice Prtildtnt Hubert Huupbrey. Cheryl presented the p.

director of ... ....t, Mrs.A.. LI"s., Packard.Lola McClaia, Barbara Miller, Mrs. Packard, ed educator from San Vice President with a doll replica of herself. L. to R. Mrs.

Saodra Woods, Kysle Turner, second place; aud Uargret Roddick. Sewed Ro w: Jeoasette Francisco, and the organ- Hubert Humphrey, Vice President Hubert Humphrey, Officer

Wright, Patricia Webb, first prize wisoer; aid Jeaaita Hal,., third ,lac.. Adams Foto. ization's secretary, first will be executive present- Ralph Wise, Cheryl Wise, Mrs. Ralph Wise.


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'2 ,THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday;, March 5, 1965.x

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At least 5,000 people turned out at the Miami Beach Company. taking note of the fact that the durable TV-host has thro .h.
in television
Convention Hall to witness the three-hour long star-studded Jimmy Durante,opening at the Deauville,could not makeIt out his seventeen years always
honored Mr. Sullivan !
its merit,
benefit put on by Dave Marks and team in behalf of the Miami but the grand gentleman pf show biz could not rest until lent on its persSal't8"
Branch of the NAACP. On this page are seen some of the he. got word of his regrets to MC Marks. But the fine.young of the year award.
many, many stars who answered the NAACP call and thrilleda artist, Arnold Dover, who just closed a most successful Once again back stage, Ed Sullivan chatted and minted
most appreciative audience. stand at the Deauville, was there and his singing and im- with friends and admirers, but when someone indicated that
While' the biggest names' in show business sounded-off personations were just great. The Basie Sounds were thereat there were present some youngsters from Miami's Youth Hall
from the depth of' their hearts, backstage 'the Coca-Cola their very best, and back together were' the Count and his who wanted to interview the great star, Mr.' Sullivan quietly
people, were-entertaining jhet stars, and their friends-there boy, Joe Williams, now holding forth In the Tack Room at and quickly excused himself to join the youth. All in sight
were, from the bottom of their hearts', John Howard and Dan Hollywood's Diplomat. wondered if the star makes the man or the man the star. The
Fadgen and crew, Miamf'Coca-Cola Bottling Company, and Stars, stars, stars, and in person, yes, and Ed Sullivan, youngsters were at ease, the man, the star, was generous,
Moss H. Kendrix, the Washington, D.C... and Atlanta, Oa., too. The modest, likeable Mr. Sullivan is indeed the cool one- indeed.
public relations ''firm head,' serving it up for the Coca-Cola personable and reaching for people, his first love. NAACP,


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TOP HONORS OHOO-Top TV-personality Ed Sullivan, NAACP life membership secretary, New York City, Mr. Wit- I
right, seems to be saying "ohoo" as he received surprise llama, Mr. Marks, Attorney Daniel Wheeler Jonesl, Miami JULIE WILSON, left, currently appearing with Peter
citation from the Miami Branch of NAACP on the occasionof NAACP Branch president, John Howard, Miami Coca-Cola with Duchin and orchestra at the Boom Boom Room, stands in
his appearance at huge and highly successful NAACP Bottling Company, and Moss H. Kendrix, Atlanta, Oa., and Radio, from left, Joe Williams,the famous Blanche Galloway, I
benefit held last Sunday afternoon at the Miami Beach Convention Washington, D.C., PRfirm head, who represents the Coca- Station WMBM, Garth Reeves, Miami Times managing -
, Hall. Making award in behalf of .NAACP is David Cola Company, Atlanta, Oat editor, and Mr. Kendrix.

Marks, at mike, in presence of Count Basic, left, and singer. FATHER MEETS MANAOER-Father Theodore EFFIE THROCKBOTTOM (Mister Chickie Horne in "real" I
Joe Williams, two of the many stars that participated in the Christ Episcopal Church, and immediate past president R. Gibson of, me), left, and Cal Robbins, right, were among the stars
Big-Big Show. Mr. Marks arranged and promoted the star- SETS In the ben left are
the Miami Branch NAACP, meets Mr. Howard, right, new M ,. Jw-onderful Others, from
studded occasion. manager, Miami Coca-Cola Bottling Company, Mr. Kendrix, and William LEADERS, ALL-Leaders of the Miami Branch, NAACP, and en NAACP life member, makes introduction. SINGER Brassfield.
the national office of the Association FRED SANDEL who thrilled the over-flow audience
paused long enough SHOW STOPPER-Dick
Gregory, right flew in from New with her
back-stage to register their pleasing approval of benefit which pretty songs, is seen with, from left, pan
York to the show
and it
stop keep hanging for almost Fadlen, I
brought more than 5,000 persons to the Convention Hall for minutes. Above the thirty M'.ami Coci -CK Bottling Company, Mr. Kendrix,
race-bitting comic chats with and Alan
a 3-hour-long benefit, while parading long array of stars appearing Mr. .Margolis, owner Radio Station WMBM.
Howard, left, and Mr. Kendrix, prior to taking the stage to ALL SMILES
! left Morris are Mr. Kendrlx, Count Basle Mr. Reeves, I
in Miami area. From' are M. DeLisser, amuse the appreciative audience and Mr. Howard.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday March ,5, 1965 '3 4

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I Wanted! Mem, Wo..., 17-50 J JCAN d

1 Miami' legal secretaries are partying with 1 :
their bosses' wives on Tuesday, March 9 at
..lr 5:30 in :the Orchard Room of the Alcazar'Ho
tel. The Miami Legal Secretaries' Associationis I JOBS OPEN I
holding its fifth annual Bosses' Wives Night
including dinner and fashion show, with the
legal secretaries modeling the fashions fromLory's
Fashion Shops. STEADY WORK rflGH PAY
Mrs. Rosa Sarille of Miami and Cherry
Grove, N.Y. gave a dinner party at the homeof I o Cashiers oStockmes
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kent last week. Din- I Io
ner was followed with a musical and dancing.The .
guests of honor were Asst. District At- Grocery Checkers
torney and Mrs. James A. Mathews and Mr. I
and Mrs. William Acree of Miami and Pittsburgh Packers 5ales
Pa. Among those present: Mr. and I ClerksFREE I II
Mrs. H. Lanundry of Fort Lauderdale; O. Jefferson -
.i Mrs. Ethel Jenkins of McKeesport, Pa.,
I Mr. and Mrs. J. Rogers, Cincinnati, Mr. and PLACEMENT DAY & NIGHT,CLASSES II I
:1J Mrs. Benjamin Moore, Mr. and Mrs. F. I
Edison, Chicago; Miss Euphrates Abbitt, Miss I PLACE. PL 7-848 |
: Kitty Carter, Mrs. Mattie Brown, Mrs. Virgie
e Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. David Collins, Miss No high school diploma reqvired. I
Victoria Benton, Newport, R. I.; Mr. and I
Mrs. Nathaniel Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Har-

lan Richardson, Emory,of Ohio Galloway and ,Mr.Ohio.WIG and. Mrs. Curtis I Market Training lust.i II I

'-- Miami' Only Government Approved CuM..', School

This striking photo is that of Bessie [LOWEST PRICE FOR QUALITY-MADE WIGS I N.W. 7th Ave. at 78th St. |F6s.m
I Richburg of 1246 NW 58th St. 1
Miss Richburg, an employee at Lincoln I s..reu.meo mrrm smog__-J
National Bank, began bowling a littlelover PATERNA WIG CORP. .
three years ago. She bowls every I Factory Repr.s.ntotlveBEAUTYTRESS I
II Friday night as a member of the Excel- ;'
sorettes Bowling League at Sunny Isles WIGS ArpARaFoRSAjj:
Ii Alley. i .. ,
i She maintained one of the highest averages a I 6S9 N.E. 19TH STREET }. "Champagne lute, beer pocket?" Come to Grace'
i .in competition. among women. I MIAMI, FLORIDA MRS. M. MURRAY! where you'll find like-new exclusive ildresses,
nuts, skirts, blouses, shoes all origin
; Last year she won two trophies for high These are some of the b.autyshop. ,,, IIt's Mink, fox and other stoles and fur jackets$5 to $10.
'= averages; one for league average and the carrying B.autytras '1'; "'. "' '" Cashmere sweater $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen
=1 other for team high average. Wig. Mae locations will b. ,.\ MAITHA LAMAR I dresses $1. Mews pure Italian silk!! _ita. $3 and $5.
For the 1962-63 bowling season she won announced In the futur.. Call 1230 H.W 3rd Avenue Blue serge suits $5. Sports jacket $2. Pant, shoe
I $1. Skirt SOc. Also linens, drapes, bedspread and
for Information. T.rm. avaii-
the City of Miami singles championship. I able Pia'FR 4.970 I other household hems. New suits $10, pants 2 for
; She is the only Negro to win a title in the $7, evening dresses $2. We cater to the elite. Grace

=e Tournament.Women's International Bowling Congress Ii ,> MRS. MOl IUIUY lAKY'S "SE.OF.BEAUTY GRACE'S THRIFT SHOP ...

Miss Richburg's present average is 160. ] )98 NL J 13t1t Street: ..532.4.W.2Fd:. :Avenue. 2512 NE 2nd Ave. FR 1-8372
II All total she has won 21 trophies.imnwuuuuiuunlminrnummaalmnlutuuuauurn ]i I f>Phooi''FI:9.153: ,je "Phoee FR'39239a. < Open 10 sum. to 5 p.m.

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4 THE MIAMI' 'TIMES, Friday, March '5, 1965

,. In the their Zionist hearts leadership, many Negroes did about perhaps some feelas of I Phil Ossofefl I I NLIEflT WALTER .

establishmentof WELCH
the more radical fighters for the 1820 N. W. 3 Ave., Apt'No
the state of Israel, or as Cypriote Archbishop Being of Jewish birth. I 5, died Feb. 22. Was
. Markarios did about the Greek Cyprioteswho naturally have been con- shipped Saturday to
... resorted to terrorist acts against the fused by the "curse" Clarksdale, Mississippi

1'/ H.E. SIGISMUND REEVES Editor and Publl...., British. There Is abhorrence unequivocally to to placed the on crucifixion Jews becauseof of are for wife final, one rites. Survivors!

GARTH C., REEVES, Managing Editor principle but a reluctance unequivocally Christ. Until I was about er, mother, fatheiTuSS
condemn it so long as there is any feeling that 40 years of age, I failedto brothers,'two sisters.
Uomoor. of:.tho, Notional Mow.popor. Publishers Association the injustice against which the violence is directed take enough Interestto '
SUBSCRIPTION RATES remains.A find out Its meaning MRS. LAURA GRAN
ONE YEAR FOREIGN $6.00 knowing only what I had VILLE, 820 N. W. 58 St
5.00 SIX
MONTHS $3.00 is indirect
these facts no mostof
statement of heard from others, expired Feb. 28. Survivors
Entered; as SecondClau Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post plea for clemency or for less than the full rigorof whom knew no more are, one son, one granddaughter ,
Office. at Miami Florida, undof the act of March 8, 1876 the law in a particular case. But if we are than I on the subject. one grandson
of future violence, When I finally read the ,six great grand. Serviceswill
eliminate the possibility
Of flea at 6740 N.W, 15th Avenue Phono OX 1-0421 to Testament, I formeda be held Saturday
whichit New from
of the roots from
it is best to be aware viewpoint on the New. Providence
"CREDO EGRO PRESS" Monitor. Bap.-
-,Tho.NEGRO..r. "'rat America can'host load might flprinff--Christian Science the blame for the cruci- tint Church, Rev. c J.
t.....',world l from racial jC\1 antagonism when It oc. PECULIAR? fixion. I found that preachedonly Jesus Burney, offlcating.
cords to-o .rj:Joan'I] OFIJ a, crood, or color hishuman Who was a Jew,
, -onda: .tattl: 1 } fearing no awnth.N.gro.Pris'etriv.s '. Unless I am dizzy, and I don't think I am, to Jews, and that It MRS. BESSIE MAE
& 'lttWJiirl" tho firm belief that the Metro commissioners have increased the was the corrupt h i g h BELLAMY, 1855 N. W
all mon aro hurt as.lon s'rolrrorea"i r hold back. Manager Hoke Welch by priests of Judaism who 74 St.. died March 1. SUr-
salary of Acting were responsible for His vivors are, husband, mother -
$5,000. This seems alright in the light of trial and death. The bulkof Mrs. Willie Lee Norris,
GET TOUGH state' officials being increased and teachers the Jewish people had stepfather. Funeral ser-
nothing to do with It; in vices will be held Saturday
Crime in Dade County seems to be on the prospective increase. fact, many of them, including 3 p. m. from the Gamble
increase and is an important topic for daily However, if this experienced official who His disciples, accepted Memorial Church Of God
conversation. It is pleasing to know that our has been acting ever since Metro Manager and followed Him. In Christ, Elder J. C. Jack-
police and M 'authorities are seeking stiffer Irvin McNayr resigned, and probably have son, Officating.
prison.sentences., given satisfactory service up to the presentis Also I destined learned to that die
Jesus was
A combined Law Enforcement Committee, worthy of being made permanent and that to save us from our sins. TOOTHACHE
called by State Attorney ,Richard Gerstein, seems to be the consensus of public opinion, If this is true, the high Don't suffer egony.In seconds it. niw
why not finish the job and confirm the ap- priests, and Judas as well that lasts with ORA-JCL.Speed rclcas
suggests prison sentences to ten years or more fulfillng formula puts It to work Instantly -
pointment of Hoke Welch as Metro's manager. were only to throbbing
for robberies and other violent crimes. phesy, playing the parts toothache pain,so ufe doc.; q ..
Is it matter of politics or just ape-
Higher bonds for defendants awaiting trial which were destined for tors recommend It for PAnENiSI33A

in';criminal or' circuit court during the appeal cularity ... them.Finally, Jesus Himself t ttlln"ora.jel' \;,

pe io'd-jlfter trial which can last two years or MIAMI SPOTLIGHTEDThe said that no one took His

more., winter number of Wayfarer, a. 16-page life. 'Therefore doth my
)*, ',Mayor Chuck Hall said: If you make it magazine published by Joseph V. Baker As- Father lay It love down me of, becauseI myself.I NW S8TH TERR.

tough enough criminals will head for other sociates, Inc., of Philadelphia is really the Miami have power to 1 a y It 9 teams 2 baths
pastures. number.It down and to take it again
Chief Walter Headley recommended that Metro- This commandment haveI completely fvraisktd
is illustrated and tells much about of Father."
most teenagers charged with felonies be turn- Miami with pictures of ministers, churches, (John received 10:17-18.my) (. acvlate goodinvestment

ed over to the adult court. He said 34 per cent YMCA, the Christian Hospital, business places
of the robberies in the city are committed by and prominent business mem and women. blaming It seems an to entire m e ethnic that MAKE OFFER

teenagers. We enjoyed reading the Wayfarer and con- group, most of whom
State Parole Supervisor J. Hopps pointedout gratulate Mr.. Baker who is well known to us. were not even on earth at
the fact that prison terms 'are not as roughas the time of the crucifixIon i.bjtct to offer
is unjust and blame-
at glance.
they appear worthy In Itself. If the OWNER 759.3842
Counting "good time" a 20-year sentenceis 'ttiirittn ilflrmaxiht 'arkHAS sins of the fathers are
served in 11 years and a 10-year sentencein Preinterntent plots of 8 less visited upon the sons, BROKER 361.5311
six years. If you want a man to be away ten grave spaces pr this covers not only those KEY REALTY
ALSO Immediate I single intermentWe the
har grave space who were blamed for
years, make the sentence 20 years. Many crucifixion, but also
dened criminals turn down parole so they can are not fell and we are till doing business their accusors. u.
be freed two years later with no strings attached Open six days a week to serve you -

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'-There is no question that the present. sen- 3WI NW 46TH STREET HE 44191E. Dtp Sea

tences are too light. We hope much stiffer Johnson Manager Home phone: OX 1.9199 J I IRahming's Fishing
sentences will be imposed. If such is done, we CATCH THE BIG ONES ON THE POPEYE TOO
believe it will tend to reduce the shameful .
crime record not only in Dade County but in CAPT. KEN' GARDNER. 361-5421
9 cm to 12:30 pm '-' If43 pm to 5t30 pm
the state of Florida.
Faro,' Rod& Reel. Equipment and Cut Bolt
A 20-year sentence is mighty light for certain -
r capital offenses.We Funeral Home ALL FOR ONLY '$(.85 PLUS TAX

note that there are many who woulddo SPECIAL GROUP CHARTERS RAHGED
away with the death penalty. We are I
among those who would oppose this. We j jr
really believe repealing this law would en- OWNERS
courage an increase in crime.
the electric chair Matthew H. Rah.lngs L.F.D. Williagl L. Carey, Jr t
In our opinion the fear of
Lewis "Buller" H.wbold, Mgr. Harry L. Rolle :
might have saved many lives. A i

# Mrs. Helen Perkins
Sec'y. Sherman Carey
a society based on law and order vio Charlie Jordan Harold Perkins I THE IDEAL SCHOOL FOR I II
lence from any quarter is to be deplored.

Clearly, therefore, the reported plot to blow 1144 N.W. 3RD AVENUE 311.8343 TRAINING NURSES' AIDES
up the Statue of Liberty and other symbolsof
America's tradition and history cannot be 24 HOURS STREET I
condoned or excused. The law must properly I 2380 W. FLAGLER

t take its course against those said to be involved. for information and for brochure: 444-4437 or 443.9141Morning
And the law officer who uncovered the Ican =
dangerous scheme, must be commended.At classes 9 a... 12 p... Ii
Evening classes 7 10 *. i
the same time, we might ask ourselves p.
how so unfortunate a business came about. == CLASSES B11UI1I1IIH1UIIIUIJllllIIIII.n.UI
Two of the Negroes arrested are said (to sym- 1 I itUtpOiplSllii
pathize with Communist China or Fidel Cas ._
tro. There is no reason to question the accu-
racy of that statement. But we would be closing 1--------

our eyes to a dangerous situation if we as- i : 1
sumed that the bomb plot was organized, instigated \ i MADMAN, MAX I 1A
or inspired by either Chinese or Cubans Freight Sale ,_ '. >>
dedicated Communists.For :; \ if: :t ;: .
or even by FurnitureBeddingBonanza '

any sympathy which any of the four ,\ SA1NGELLSFURNITURE
involved for Peking Ha- BargainsBy .t .. .. ." '"
persons might have or 'y >
vana is unlikely to spring from deep ideolog- Nat Brarormoa I :L), -:'K' .1 ;" I
ical commitment. Rather it comes from a Furalturo Appraiser :
desperate desire to find effective allies againstthe bee these furniture ['in French, Spanish or Italic APPLIANCESOR
fiercely resented shape of American so- "bargains ,Provincial $28f peIfeci;; I I II
ciety. One has heard the old saying to the ef- that will be sold' $385. Other sensational style; WHAT HAVE YOU
this Week.Quality $aS to $165.
fect that die enemy of my enemy is my friend. furniture I i bedding.Also nationaU1advertised I I II
The pity is that the three Negroes involvedin from 57 famous Ultra Modern, Danish Moc
the bomb plot have not realized that changesare manutacturers.If; I 'em 'or Early American bee TV's $19.95 UP
taking place in American society -as a rooms and dining rooms ar I I
whole which were undreamed of a decadeago. you are interested appraised $695 to $895. Corr:
(Admittedly and with some irony bedroom,in living. -Brarermcm- Ask plete for$185 Hazel.; if perfect, $28!). ALSO, T.V., CAR & HOME RADIO REPAIRS

the changes are often least noticeable in the room or dining -oppraUer Will be sold this Vied, BRING IT IN SAVE MONEY!
North, where ail three men have their homes.) room suites in Spanish fine living :
Yet the majority of Negroes still probably French,'Italian. Danish. Modern sectionals, sofa room beds furniture, chnu;: ::1' : OPEN 7:DAYS I II
or Early American, visit
not being made fast and
feels that the changes are Grand Central Freight Ware' convertibles in all style;;: 3fir YY
enough. And this would probably enable most house division of U.S.Warehouse Visit Grand Central Fresh 2713 62nd St.
Negroes to have a more sympathetic understanding ;' Open. to the Public. t today, 1636 N.W. 7th Me,, I !.:. I
of the motives of the arrested group Buy for cash or credit$1.000 Miami. Open every cloy, u; \ M937.71 '
I' than a non-Negro could have. bedroom.dining zoom suites' eluding Sunday, 8:30 to b:.:O ,_ _1it {W )}1f i't;,".,:.. '':-.1


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WomanhoodObservance F X11.FUti wE1N ,0 ., ,

Happiness as you celebrate your natal dayis pu

our wish for Brenda 'Harris, Hazel B. Alfred

Carl Williams, Jane D. Lewis, Judith A.. With an admonition iyer' .
Nesbitt, Jefferson Reaves Jr., Virgil RogersII by Mra. Ruth North Polite
Erma L. Frederick, Sylvia S. Lambert and sounding the climax to a full
Samuel Stephen peak of activities the Miami
Beta Tau Zeta Chapter oi
Miami Branch of the NAACP was respon Zeta Phi Beta Sorority brought
sible for a Variety Show on Sunday after to a close the annual obserVance
noon at Bayfront Park convention hall that of Finer Womanhood
was loaded with talent. Among those on stage Week Feb. 28. "Now is the
Hour but, Beware of the
were Dick Gregory, Count Basie, Ed Sullivan,, Little Foxes," said'speaker
Julie Wilson,. Jackie Robinson, Joe Williamsand Polite in the final hours ol
Arnold Dover. the activities. Her charge
have ) invites for their Mardi was forged from the pdncl--
Omegas posted
pies of brotherhood,from self- 3677 Grand Avenue
Gras Ball Thursday, March 18 at the Du Pont esteem and the willingness I

Plaza Hotel. Virgil Rogers is basileus. to "go the second mile' in. COCONUT GROVE I
Sincere sympathy to the family of the late attaining the heights whichare
Polly Mays.President. destined for man. The 1 CORNER. OF GRAND AVENUE DOUGLAS ROAD .

Judge L. E. Thomas, membersof Range Chapel was the scttinj .1
for the final program. DUBOISE
the King of Clubs and their guests are danc Beginning February 21,, L- UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF FRANK

ing this evening at a strictly formal prom in the Miami Zetas worshipped --1-sstel N ssstiRtM...- ,,".""..A..'. W' '_
Bayfront Park Auditorium. in a group at the New Providence _
Missionary Baptist _0.-.4 ,
Congratulations to Thomas Sutton, teacher Church where Mrs. Marian I "IIII."T" "

at Booker T. Washington High School for be McGhee holds membership. ... ,
ing named a John Hays Fellowship winner for Having MS their international i.'

the 1965-66 school year. theme"Women for and the Youth Boule Aroundthe year' I R1riiia Thomas I

So nice to know Amy Jackson up and Unite for Freedom"the ,
World .
around after undergoing surgery at Cedars of of Zeta placed .: "" ;: ,"),,;$,Hit, ,Records- ',
women II : '" '' ; h' < ,, ,.")'" >&,':",' '\ >,>,!"".."
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Lebanon. emphasis the .fi'Y"'I"'Wf'':', $ W' 'W''iY'.d'; '
special upon ,,, .M., ... eu i1 ;
Congratulations to the Donald Wheeler youth during the week. Certificates ri ', f.. a? \ <# '" < 1d 1 ioo/:" i!f>r
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honoring outstanding 1"' 7"i& : fi ,
Jones' who the of ; j-,:.- > '
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are a son. It"F
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senior fe 4S '
high school girls 5',;-; "*, -k' ,.311'"ITIS: t'i',. '

The Southern Singers will appear on were An all-Greek presented in Banquet the schools.was .T.sii..f'; fRCN1': .
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WCKT channel 7 at 5:30 Sunday, March 7. sponsored by the Zetas, Feb '

Ulysses S. Morris is director. 27, at the Alcazar Hotel ,2.Shows:. : ,11:30&1,; ; am.. .' Yr
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority is celebratingthe Mrs. Ozora W. Shell, out
week of March 7-12 and has designatedit standing Zeta and former
as "Sigmas Week." national officer, was guest
speaker. She challenged the 1 ''aL
Wednesday began our Lenten Season-the group to "know, tell, and do
forty-day 'period' preceding Easter. Many in the things that would make

our city will observe this religious preparation for freedom and peace, Pan- L '
his Dance to your ears content to the, music of. .
each in own way. Helenic indivisibility and a
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority celebrated Finer greater Greekdom." Following
the banquet, Zetas
'' presented
Womanhood' Week. The public program was a 32-Cup Coffee maker
held on Sunday with ,Ruth North Polite as for the Golden Age Club;
speaker for the occasion. and six boxes of clothing to 1 1 I iI

Monica Rahmings has returned to New the Paravilla Convalescent

York City after six weeks of fun in our sun. home
,#' Mrs. Marian H. Shannon,
a member of the chapter, received
Richmond Heights Woman's Club is presenting the first Sorority
its Spring Dansante on March 12 at trophy presented for our-
the Bayfront Park Auditorium.. standing achievement. Her

March brings to our mind:. more than mere achievements over the past r i se
March is Red Cross Month years were cited through a 1
ly gusty days, "this is your life"technique
Nutrition Month and Children's Art Month. by, another chapter member
During this month we celebrate Girl Scout Mrs. Ruth N. Polite
Week, 7-13; participate in the Easter Seal Special chapter honors
Campaign 1-18 National Poison Prevention were bestowed upon local
during the Sunday Vesper Parking in Rear
sorors Call 4435611 for Reservations Free
Week 7-13 ; March 17, St. Patrick's Day and Hour follows Mrs.
as :
March 20, Spring begins. Bemice Johnson,Zeta of the I-nrsae slss i.aa.oww. taetessa tAlstaeerlllt rstsrll. -" -, testetswS "
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The L. E. Fraziers returned to their Atlanta Year, was recipient of a h- ":
home after a fortnight in our Magic City. beautiful plaque from the '
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white .
Sorority; and a lovely -
Principal Charles D. Wyche was appointed rose corsage from Soror .
to the Board of the Community Service Sorors of the Year were presented
Agencies to be established by the Episcopal engraved-framed cer- L II III.
Church of the Diocese of South Florida. tificates for their service to ,
the chapter. They were: 1
Lillian Eve Sawyer entertained the Friendly Mesdames Ruby Duren, I. I
Social Savings Club on Saturday at the Marian McGhee and Lydia
home of Coleen Pinder. Richardson. Special tokensof

The Women's Union of Holy Redeemer appreciation were presented 1
to Mrs. Shell and Mrs.
Church is sponsoring a Lenten Tea on Sunday Polite, speakers for the
afternoon, March 7 at the School Hall. occasions; and a chapter 1I
gift to Mrs. Juanita W.
Miss Aquilla Worthy and Miss Elaine Jackson Pinckney chapter president.

were the charming houseguests of Miss Mrs. Lydia Richardson 1
Terry Key for the weekend in Opa-locka. t chairman of FWW activities
Mrs. Rachel Chance of Opa-locka celebrated extends sincere appreciation I II

another birthday on March 4. Best wishes to this all years who observance helped to a make me 5.,. F ;'.,, .,. .,

for many more. morable one. Mrs. Ruby
Rev. N. F. Clark, pastor of St. Matthews Duren was co-chairman of
Church underwent surgery at Cedarsof the FWW Observance.Dr. .

Baptist Lebanon Hospital Tuesday morning. H i s Wolf. In Tollokautt WpR, ISM 19;2L SI NAB u 27, 23,

condition is fair. Miami Zetas are planning -
Mr. and Mrs. Herrod (formerly Miss Leotha a motorcade, with other
ofNorth's in the state to Tallahassee
Sands) entertained Charles C. North Zetas
March 7 to hear
Travel Bureau, with a dinner at the their International Grand 9xA

residence of her grandmother, Mrs. R. Chap- Basileus, Dr. Deborah' P. Y. j
man 211 N. W. 15th St. The accasios wasNorth's Wolfe. Dr. Wolfe is guest 'Si
birthday (March 1) anniversary. Also speaker for the Tallahassee
were Dr. Howard Hadley and W. O. Zetas who will be culminat- (
crag their FWW activities. Dr. .
Perry. Wolfe is Education Chief for
Mrs. Elnora Edgerson is visiting here from the United States Congress.Announcement .
Chicago to attend. the wedding of her son,

Spencer Jones to Mattie Jean Heath, Sunday,

March 7.

The Sweeting Foundation Fund, Inc. will. Mrs. Lula Mae Berrien A io.MITTY
present its annual scholarship program on announces the marriageof ; COLLERuHarR
her niece, Mattie Jean .
March 14, 3 to 7 p.m. at the Sweet- tr /rut
Sunday, Heath to Spencer S. Jones, ire flan I s Mi.,
ing Estate, 2148 NW 4th St., Fort son of Mrs. Elnora Edgerson -
The Fund gives a scholarship each year to Sunday, March 7,
deserving boy or girl who wishes to fur-
any The wedding will take
ther ,their education. The program will be one place at New Macedonia EVERY MONDAY AMATEUR NIGHT EVERY THURSDAY LADIES NIGHT
of interest and enjoyment. Mrs. Athalie Range Baptist Church. Reception
will be guest speaker. following the wedding. .sssolsss.earns.------starsIL..Idsetss- -

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','','':,''.'i' Liberty Choirs UiiioH to 'Celebrate Amiiversary March 11-12 -

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Olive Choir No. ), Sister Evelyn Simpson (right rear) presi-
dent. Sister Rose Canada, 'musician and director Rev. N.
Members of'.the R. Nathaniel Dett Memorial Committee, Nixon, pastor, presenting their guests for this great program .
sponsored by the Hampton Institute Alumni Club of Chicago, Thursday night March 11, 8 p.m. The Jordan Grove Choir Special. guests Friday night, March 12, the South Flori
have launched a special project to establish a "livin"me- No. 1, the Palm Spiritual Singers of Coconut Grove, and the da's Spiritual Union, Bro. Search Crapp, president.
morial" the late and famed composer.The group is seeking Heavenly Stars of Miami. Sister Simpson is also president of mm Sunday morning 11 o'clock, sermon by the Rev. W.E.
nationwide support in its drive to establish a Dett Scholarship : this great group,and has given her best service to the church. Sims of New Hope Baptist Church. Hear this great minister
and a permanent Dett collection at Hampton.Committee She says, "Work for the night is coming." Sunday 3 p.m. the Rev. J.W. Stephenson and No. 2 Choir and
,members are, left to right (seated): Mrs. Emma C. Dixon and They too, welcome you to the Gospelget-together at Mt. Usher Board of Antioch, Brownsville, will render service.
Mrs. Jeanne F. Lofton, secretary-treasurer. Standing, left Aaron Baptist Church, N.W. 69th St. and 17th Avenue. Sis- Hear this gospel minister.
to right: Winston Scott, Jr., alumni chapter president; Mrs ster'Smith is chairman. The members have worked whole-heartedly with the chair
Annette W. Branch, librarian; Clifford A. Eaton, committee man, Sister Iva Smith (right No. ?) who is a, member' of the
chairman, and Robert L. Barnes. Financial contributions, ... Trinity C.M.E. Church, secretary of the Trustee Board, serving
musical compositions and mementoes should be sent to the the Sunday School department, assistant superintendent,
committee c/o Mrs. Lofton, 4911 Prairie Avenue, Chicago, head of the music department, also director of the Junior
Illinois, 60615. (NPI Photo) Choir. It has been 'a pleasure to present this program. Sister
Iva Smith, chairman.
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'.. t.itr: Gospel Chorus of Miami, Rev. Ronald Rahming, president. Mt. Aaron Choir No. 2, Brother Willie Phillip, musicianand
.'f .',,' Absent due to illness, Sister Rose Canada, musician and director Deacon Herman Johnson, manager Rev. Mc-
g director, also business manager. This is a young group, but Craney, pastor.
March 23. 8 e M. ;" talented'singers andmembers of the'Trinity C.M.E. Church. Deacon Johnson is doing a wonderful job with this fine
r1 Their guests Friday night March 12, Bright Morning Star group of young people. It makes them very happy to welcomeyou.
Junior Chorus along with the South Fl ida Spiritual Union
Mt. Aaron Bapton Church. Sister Iva Smith, chairman The guests Thursday night March 11, the New Mt
:" Moriah Choir No. 2; March 12, Mt. Aaron's Choir No. 1.
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.' rope $68.301 Boots U..1 ,
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f BeauticiansUnit enjoyed It as much as
. ,' ", u '>- I Traeter.,: em4;m eyr "ath.wr. I II did bringing them we
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t, F______-,I .;f.vicea. *,iM.ditdiirfortrwl "" I I Cadillac sedan. De-I thank the members who Orittold Thouton, only 5.
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i to'1Ki y HI M>r responded so nicely for years-old.
Are YOI Veteran 11957
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real spot If you have to move now. $600 down paymentI ;
and $85 a month .buys you a beautiful year old CBS 31 4 Other stores from Key West to QrUodo. mrca. :.
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Here Is a pair of door-to-door specials in magnificent I :I \ \.c.I .- I
condition, both 3 bedroom and 2 baths, custom built withso HEALTH & BEAUTY
I many extras.w can't even list them. Both are st.alsI I I I III
at only $17,500. Special terms to fit your purse. II


lyo.-ri. middle-aged.stablished' fo.II"her. Is a once ,
I tn a lifetime chance to win a beautiful frame house with < ,
_3 bedrooms, carpeting, drapes, newly decorated, Wad GhmyMtM:tf bristles '. \'., I
I kitchen, and a mode FHA cO.PI.t'l < .
carport ready
.|pays out in! only 15 years. Only $400 down, and 3E :JXE TWIN ACTION I j.- .,.., ,,"(,,,.tk,......!JI";,la: %i.'.GtiMt1....:K1ff < '.,. rF,'.. I
even need to wash the floors. .t If }"
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780 N.W. 5IST STREET Ihtds peels b lrssAes two ... \.... .'v '<,.' !I i"',"0 .1t; ,,_'V''II'-. ,' ' Here is a fantastic deal. A gorgeous 3 bedroom 2 bath!
I home, 'CBS construction, and ready to go. Only $1,0001 ii.' feLounge i
down payment, special terms, and no qualifying. i :SateU :

is our shopper's special... A real fine 2 0 '' "
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house with (olousie porch and many Price 89 I ,..,0., : I
deal ... No qualifying, $500 down, $75 month paysall I i IILLlHARRIS ,
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Homeowner's special.. 3 bedroom, CBS home with Flat llm----Isana ss verse--
room, and many extra features, no qualifying and one I :
mortgage of only $85 month pays all. $1,000 down, pay .r------.mmss..nr .
| and in you move. Come to our office for r _
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I Universal to You I II i FALLING HAIR' : I

Come in today to see this magnificent 3 bedroom, 2 bath I i3j
I sunshine home with big, big Flo room and so many really I ,! itfLP. I II
fine extras. This is really something to look at, to live 11 O
I In, to be proud of. I
I w. have three special models all set and ready for you to | List I
take over today.So bring your family and get ready for the I I USE
thrill of your life. I Price 89 ", I
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you in the market to buy a simply gorgeous home? fjI : OR YOUR MONEY BACKNUICAUI I
We have a fully furnished 3 bedroom 2 bath Home that is .1
I positively a show place. It features hand rubbed Cuban I MIST.
tile floors, complete all electric kitchen with puritoa odor- ,
less stove,wonderful closet space,large rooms, all taste* I Iinuscongeltlon i lis I
|fully decorated. And best of. all the most magnificent I hay highly medicated to help retarded hair growth

French provincial furniture you have ever seen. If you! fever misery axw hK.zt, land' give you fast relief of Dandruff, Itchy Scalp
I have good credit and can make a reasonable downpayment I
I head cold distress and Falling Hair. Ask for it at favorite I
this house is a steal, Under $24,000. You must call us to your
make on appointment. The prime location is east of etc. I beauty salon or drug store.
Avenue between 40th and 50th Streets. I
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691-9431. He invites all I
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welcome. indf .
Everyone : happen to beu; "No need to carry a lot of cash I
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'10 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, March '5, 1955 .

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Grace Presbyterian McGhaney THE INCARNATONThe Metroplitab A. M) E.

6895 NW 14th Ave. Rev. Don H. Copeland Rev. J. J. Williams pas.

Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor Speaks Ui D., director of the
On Sunday
Happy weekend to all studies at Boca Raton, is
Congratulations to Her- our readers of The Miami serving liS supply priest members of Metropolitan

schell Peterson, chairmanfor Times I am at this time for three weeks before witnessed one of the most

/ our Men's Day last going to express my appreciation the Rev. Earle Hackett successful Men's Day
Services In the history of
Sunday, 'and to the congregation
to the editor of becomes the permanentvicar
the church. FOR NURSING
ZION HOPE BAPTIST and visitors
this newspaper for accepting of the Church of the
r who helped to make t h eoccasion' Mars Hill ChurchTo
Rev. P. Freeman, pastor this writing as a Incarnation. The church was filled
a success. We article for this to capacity. Beautiful
t E. Jackson, reporter especially thank the Rev. weekly Services for the First
wonderful organza UOIl. I music was furnished by Stage Fund
Zion Hope Church ser- Alcazar Thompson, assis- am going to try writing Sunday In Lent follows: the combined voices of

vice was spiritually high tant pastor of the New the Florida Spiritual EffortThe
Jerusalem nothing but the truth, 8.00; a.m. Holy Com- Raising
all day last Sunday, Rev. Disciple Churchof Singers Union, and the
about the Bibe. People, i munion; 11 a.m. Choral
Christ for his outstanding
I Freeman preached out of Things and Places. Mass and Sermon. Wed- Liberty City Choir Union. entire public Is invited -
his soul Sunday morning and Inspiring The Theme of Men's Day to attend a fund

and .Rev. Lynder brought message. Thought for the week: j nesday, 8 1>.111 Evensong office. this year was "Man Is raising dinner Saturday,
\ the evening message. The We are happy to seeMiss If I were you or you and Responsible." March 6 at 12 o'clock at

pastor is urging all the Gloria Humes proceeding were me, Friday 8 p.m. Stations the Mars' Hill Church,

i members ,to attend their so nicely with In Church on Sundays I of the Cross. The guest speaker was 2455 NW 68th St. The entire -
v eekly meeting. We wish the Youth Fellowship I would beI Mr. E. N. Taylor, manager community will Join
to to all which meets each Sunday of the Miami Housing
say our visiting am telling you what 1 hands on Saturday to
friends that they are always evening at six. We really know CHRIST EPISCOPALRv. Authority his addresswas wish Mars Hill complete
,welcome need adults to based on the Men's
to worship more help
T. R. Gibson rector in their to
Church 1 s a wonderful success quest
With us and the doors are develop this phase of our Day Theme of man's responsibility
always open to them. church's life. place to go. Services: Sunday 8 am. Mr. Taylor build a modern nursing

Rev. Jackson is asking It won't related to us that man's home project in our city.
This Sunday | morning Try you Holy Communion and They will do this ,with
everyone to attend Sun- we will observe the Sac- Thanks. sermon; 10:30: Church responsibility began '
their financial Sat
day School at 9:30: Sun- many centuries ago in gifts
rament of the Lord's Supper School; 7 p.m. Solemn
day a.m. Bro. O. Johnson the Garden of Eden and urday as well as wlth'thelrmoral
Let us be in full at- Evensong and sermon. ,
Temple BaptUt
is asking everyone to tendance. This Sunday Wednesday 5 p.m.- he went on to tell of the support.

come out to BTU Sunday evening worship," directed Baptism will be admi- Episcopal Executive Board many instances in every- Mars Hill Is presentlyin

evening at 5:30: p.m. by our chairmanof nistered Sunuay at the 0:30: p.m. Holy Communion day life where man has a $250,000 drive to

Christian Education, 11 a. m. service, weather failed to accept his re- erect here in Miami one

New Macedonia M. B. Mrs. Susie Daniel. permitting. The Lord's sponsibilities. He also of the finest nursing
stated that the
3165 N. W; 56. St. continue Supper will be administered .' Bishop Perctval Gibson man's willingness to future home projects anywhere.The .
Let us to put at both services and 'of Jamaica will l he the accept citizens of Miami
Rev. Roscoe Jackson pas. our shoulders to the preacher at the 7 his responsibilities
the choirs will sing jointly. :guest '
feel that this effort on'the
Willie J Beard, reporterOn wheel; or, as Christ putsit p.m service Sunday. Get depends on how man of
: "Take up thy cross today accepts his. In part of the powers that
last well wishes to Terry Williams -
Sunday, services be are long since over-
and follow closing, Mr Taylor madea
Number 2 choir Mrs.
Gifford Ramsey,
were high and well at due. And it is now 'high
plea to all men to standu
tended. The Juniors and Matilda Hall, president, Jr. Sincere sympathy Is time for the fathers of
the Male Chorus were in St. Luke M. B. Church Charles Ambrose, direc- extended to the W. S. p and accept the responsibilities our community to react to
that will
charge. Our "Junior" tor and Deacon R. Hep- Stirrups and W. Roberts,
service.All .
1790 N. W. 55th St. make them this needed
worthy of being -
burn director will families In the los
minister, Rev. Walker delivered P. W. Williams pastor acting of called
the morning message Mrs. B. Green Reporter be host to the Interdeno- their beloved one a man. churches are askedto

taken from St. Matt. minational Choir Union After the address, all send a representativeto

h 5:4.: St. Luke M. B. Church Association Monday, Baby ContestAt of the captains made the dinner. For this Is

Oa Sunday coming, the will celebrate its pastor's March 8, 8:30: p. m. The their reports to the finance a community service cen-

pastor along with both 23rd anniversary begin- public is invited. Mt. Hermon committee. The pas- tered facility. Let's do it

choirs and usher boards ning Monday night, tor at this time wishes to
, are expected to be in- March 8th and ending Deepest sympathy to thank the following now.The
l; AME SuccessMrs.
and Mrs. Herman
charge.To Sunday, March 14th at Mr. a people for their hardwork dinner will featurean

visitors 3:00: p. m. All srvices will Clark, whose nephew Austin Futch and in making this hour of prayer by the
many died two weeks 1
begin at 8:00 Mon- ago n prayer bands of the com-
: p. m. drive a success. Rev.
and friends, you are always Miss Betty Futch, mother -
the Bahamas
and Mrs.
welcome to New day night Rev. S. Atchin- Louise whose and daughter, as wellas Glover, for assisting a i munity. All prayer groupsare

Macedonia. If you want son and congregation of Ferguson grand aunt and cousinof head captain and the following asked to Join in the

your faith lifted, come to Mt. Calvary will be in father passed in Nassau. little Michelle Walker, men who also hour of prayer for the

the "Holy Ghost's Headquarter charge of the service. Mrs.. Rosa, Taylor tea- went all out to see that worked as captains, Bro's success of the project
Usher boards 1 2 and 3 Allen Jessie Williams commencing at 12 noon.
cher of the Junior classof she (Michelle) would win Bishop -
Remember the sick and are the sponsors. Tuesday the 7th Annual 3rd, OBle Duran,
the Sunday School, has Baby We invite publicly 'all
night Rev. W. M. Walter Roundtree Leo
shut-ins in ,
your prayers. returned from a week'svacation Contest at Mt. Hermon on
missionary societies organized -
Davis and congregationof in Nassau. This last Sunday. Michell had Simmons, Ben Riley, ,Wal-
First Baptist Churchof ter Reynolds, Walter'Lee, prayer groups to
Mt. Calvary M. B. Brownsville will be in was Mrs. Taylor's first to win a tight race because George Fishburne, Samuel ,be present for the old 1

Rev. .Atchlson, pastor charge of the service. De- visit in over 40 years. little Carla Green Lowe 'Rufus Wilkins, fashion prayer meeting
was right her. And
C. Carter, reporterThe con and Deconess board there Alphonso Patterson, for one hour.
are the sponsors. Wed- ST. MARY'S W. M. was little Livlda Johnnie Thompson, P. R.
members of the Washington pushing close Gaines William From one o'clock to 2
nesday night Rev. Rosco Eaglin,
N. 2 Usher Board wish to Jackson and 1609 N. W. 5th Crt. behind Greene. What a Eugene Simmons, Mose o'clock Miss Blanche Cal-
congregation Rev. H. V. Stuart, Jastor contest this. loway will the
thank each of you for of New Macedoniawill Green, and Samuel Johnson conduct

helping to make their be in charge of the Sister Selina Farring- The pastor, Rev. Gay also the pastorwishes speakers able bureau. Many
speakers been
Anniversary a big suc- service. The No. 1 choirIs ton would like to thank and the officers of the to thank the choir,

cess. Special thanks are the sponsor. Thursday the partlcpants who appeared church were Just so grate- visitors, and all the officers asked to appear. T h eMayor's
extended to the visiting night !is New and members of office has been
Hope Bap- on the program ful to all of these mothers asked
churches and their con- tist Church in charge. Feb. 28th. special thanksto who did such a won- this church' for making .. to have representation. -

gregation. May the Lord Rev. Sims, pastor. Temple Red Circle. derful Job for their church. this day a success.At .
continue to bless you. Friday night. Rev. T. We are calling for every
Sunday the Lord's 4:00 p.m. last Sun- one to be a of this
John B. Church will be sup.per There were eight babiesin
will be sold day, Miss Alice Day and
at ,
will be administered great work. Call the
the church next in charge of the service. the contest and they Mr James Kelly
Sunday were
in behalf of Youth No. 2 choir Is the spon- morning and night. came i n this form: MI- united In Holy Matrimony. church and give in your
Day. March 14th. The Missionary pledge. The number Is
Won't you plan to -s top sor Sunday at 3:00: p.m. chell Walker, daughter of Rev J. J. Williams, pas-
and purchase an will be the end of o u rpastor's Society will celebrate Mr. and Mrs. T. Walker, tor, officiated. The churchwas .696-0041 or 096-6456 and
dinner now? anniversary with their 40th anniversary. first, $50; Carla Green, beautifully decorated speak with Rev. C. W.

,the entire church in the fine baby of Mr and with palm branches and Preston who will be happy
Usher Board No. 1 will
to take
Mrs. Edward Green 2nd your pledge and
MOUNT TABORRev. charge. be selling dinners at the the bYidal arch was covered fill In
you on particulars.
$25 Llvida
; Washington
with white
Church Hall behalf of forget-
P s. Brown, pastor MT. ZION A. M. E. Men's Day. on daughter of Mr. and Mrs. me-nots. The bridesmaids

D. Crockett, reporter George Washington, 3rd, i were attired in SALTER'S CHAPEL

Sunday M a'r c h 14 M.OpalockaRev. Fayson MT. CARMELRev. $15. length pink and blue ankle Sunday, Feb 28 marked -
pJslorOn and also
Usher Board No 2 will All of the babies received the gowns the final day for the

celebrate their 25th anniversary last Friday through Sis.. D.L.A.McGriff Bradley clerk pastor a certificate prize of made a flower pretty girls picture, who Organ Dedication !in the

at 3:00 p. m. Sunday our first quarterly $5.00. Other babies in the strewing 11 a.m. hour. A beautiful
We have so much to be petals of gladl-
Rev. L. R. Ross of Bethel conference held contest Genesta Har-
was in thankful were olas. The maid of honor program was rendered by
Baptist church of Rich- the absence of presiding for, Sunday die, grand ,baby of Eliza was attired in a the Rev. Lester C. Albert

mond Heights, will be the Elder J. A. Roberts on morning deliverel our beloved, Hardie; Crystal Phillips, ankle length gown yellow, and who brought the message.
pastor a great'
guest speaker. Friday the Tomasena Harris
night pastor Marcus all of the maids carried
Rev. Fayson carried on. message the spirit of the Johnson and William bouquets. You who were not here

Sunday, March 21st the Sunday, Elder Roberts delivered Lord was hljrh. Truly we Erroll. missed a treat and James

Willing Workers Club will a very powerful can say didn't our hearts Paul who sang with sucha

celebrate their anniver- morning message from burn while the man of The pictures of these force of power, also

sary. the subject "God Is High God talked with u s, babies will appear in this Cinderella Search Miss Bernice Ward who
what when Jesus at a later date. The "
Sunday, March 28th the Voltage. Services were happen paper sang "One God.

Mt. Tabor Family will well attended.All passed by." amuont raised was $1,670.70. .- Begins
Mrs. Lillian Scott, foun-
celebrate the church's 64th members and Sunday evening one of der of Faithful Few Club
Kick-off for the annual
is, cordially invited to attend friends are urged to send our ministers delivered ST. BARNABAS W. M. search for Miss Cindered- and many other wonderful -
their children the message a wonderful who
out to Jun- people served.At .
each la made in
event. ior Church choir and message, the spirit of the Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastorR. 27 when the Miami style,Zetas Feb. I
Usher Board Lord was there again Richardson 3 p.m. Rev. Fayson
When you pray remember rehearsals we reporterThe set their target date for had
> charge of the
the sick and shut-in every week also attendat enjoyed that message. We the Cinderella Ball. dedica-
9:30: that the Lord will men of St. .Barna tion service with his
families also the bereaved every Sunday. pray The Sorority member-
bas Church are planningand wonderful
ever bless him. We congregationwho
loved ones. are ship is divided
There will b e dinners asking you to come out working very hard according dedicated this beau-
sold Sunday March 7 at to Sunday school on Sun- toward a wonderful Men's to personnel in high( tiful instrument to God.
Kelly' ChapelRev. the Church by the Mis- day morning at 9:30:: also Day program, March 21. Sorority's areas. This is the At 8 p.m. the
F. Cambridge pas. dinner.sionaries stop for your to B. T. U. at 5 p.m. if Sunday School was ject. At present Rose pro- 'his vis of First ?

Last Sunday morning Sunday afternoon 'had teen out to BTU Moorman and
you well attended last Sunday.Our Sandra Fox
their will be service
tea the for
a at
service was conducted by on Sunday evening are receiving
you assistant pastor, Rev. continuing
home of sister Bessie We wish
, our District Superintendent would have met and Demeritte preached a spi- scholarships from the to
Rev. E. J. Sheppard, Bamberg everyone is invited the Tator Sorority. Both one who
Men's seen fam'ly, ritually touching sermon. are attending -
Day will be
gram a
SrP: interesting. Visitorsare FIsk
very University.
on 2nd Sunday in welcome Many members are on Mrs. Frankie S. Rolle SUNDAY'I
Holy Communion will be March 14. All boards always remember is Don't I
the sick and the the sick list and we are again Coordinator for the Christine
administered 'on Sunday members and friends
are glad to have of Cinderella
one our Search.
shut-In Activi-
and those who
The Rev. E. J. asked to make 100 returned to
morning. a % re-
\ Mrs. Gardner Mrs.
have lost some of their organists, ; Dorothy P. .
Sr. will againbe port. Plan to attend
Sheppard Services -
feeling well again. Lee is the co-chairman.
loved ones, also those that
with us and he is ask- at Mt. Zion Sunday. The public is
that, all members be Your is are less fortunate than Let invited to TAKE YOUR
ing presence always others. us keep praying for support candidates In the
present. welcome. our sick and shut-ins. contest. CHURCH


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Haverfield THE MIAMI TIMES, "Frid y,'Macl.T 5,"195 "11

WMBM RadioStation 'Broadcasters Inc. owners, and secretary; and Doro-
Meets, With and operator of R a d I o thy C. Marpoiis, trea- .
Elects Station WMBM has electsurer.. Other directors of
Top Leukemia ed Allan B. Margolis the company are Alex-
OfficersCommunity president and genera! ander S. Klein Jr. and
CoordinatorsRobert manager; Joseph LiedBenjamin Schwartz.
Service man, station man3lterNOW'
Haverfield 1965
-- Walter Bowe Drive Chairman for the
Leukemia Society of Dade
Post No. 8195, VFWl Ave. SW 25th St. has beenon County, met last week
meets Sunday, March 7, the sick list but i s with his top echelon
5 p.m. at the Post's new gradually improving. campaign chairmen to
location, 4816 SW 17th St., o-o-o coordinate final plans for
West Hollywood. All The Rev. D. A. Pinder, the Lukemia Drive which
members are urged to be P a M tor of Friendship; will run through the
present. Baptist Church, Hallan- month of MarchAt
o-o-o dale, is confined to h I a the meeting
Moses Gay Sr., of Car- home because of illness. Marie was
Balaban. House to
ver Ranches, was very -o House
Chairman Edith
sick last week. It was reported The Rev. E. J. Clark Bradley, campaign coor-
that he Is doing pastor of Central Baptist dinator; Mollle Brilliant,
fairly well In Memorial Church, West Hollywood, Women's Activities chair-
Hospital. Mrs. E. J. Clark, Rev I. man and the Division WALL-TO-WALL with the ,
O- -Q W. Hepburn assistant chairmen and their assis-
Star Light Lodge No. pastor, and Deacon John- tants Faye Clark. Billie -
542 meets ,Friday night son were among dele- Graham Jean Wheeler FINEST CARPETING at the LOWEST
March 5, 8 o'clock at the gates attending the Atlantic Barbara Keller, Marie
broke [Road. Members, Coast Baptist Association Kennedy. Mrs. Carlos
please be present. last week in Fernandez. Shirley Hav- PRICES in
O- -O Miami. erfield, Mernia Shevin, ,
Walter Blatch of 50th Pat Wallace, Joy c e
Hampton and Grace
Wright. The ladies were TOWN!
tls rlllttR greeted by Barbara Miner

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all during the meeting
John A. Bowleg, has received a Dodge car, and when the 1965 Leukemia
succeeded his former Frank Kerr, an Australian. Society Poster Child,
teacher the late Bob Han- little Cheryl Wise, appeared -
lon as teacher of biologyat and announced to
Government' High A colorful ceremony the group that the Society -
School. Mr. Hanlon, who marked the opening of day just reached Its .29
died suddenly two monthsago the fifth forward scattered goal for 15,000 volunteers.An .
was responsible for (telephone) system to Impromptu party was
arranging a scholarshipwhch be put up outside of New then held to congratulatethe
made it possible for Providence on Feb. 5. telephone volunteerson
Bewleg to study at Man- Georgetown Exuma was reaching their goal.
kato College in Mankato, the scene. His Excellencythe ,,
Minnesota. Governor and Lady ..----
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The family of the late McKINNON of 180 NW 17th St. passed
6716-A N. W. 10th Ave. at her Home. She had beena
died Tuesday March 2nd. resident of Miami since
Remains were shipped to 1923. She Is survived by

Valdosta, Ga. Friday her husband, Whitfield,

i MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM March 5, for final rites two daughters, Hilda
Y 3II and burial. Survivors include Mortimore and Mrs. Emily

In loving memory of In loving memory of I Y 4 ry. I a daughter; Joan Curtis, five sons,. Bertram
our dear mother and m y sister-in-law, and M A McKinnon; 1 sister; De- Wilbert and Leroy Clark
grandmother Aunt, loria Marshall of Miami; and Charles and Rubin
1 brother; Joe L. Marshall Mortimore; a sister, Mrs.
MARGRET WILDGOOSEwho of The U. S. Army; Lue Dowell of Nassau.
Aunt; Mrs Leila Phillipsof Services will be held Sat-
depart this life
Feb. March 6 at 10 ajn.
"" 27 1964. Valdosta, Ga; Uncle; urday,
May she rest in Mr. John Marshall of from the St. Peters Afri-
And peace Miami and a host of other can Orthodox Cathedral
I. light perpetual with the Rev. Canon
relatives and friends.
shine her.
upon Charles F. Cooper officiating -
Vernon Ford, sisterinlaw -
tV ,. Yvette nephew 2127 N. W. 3rd Ct. died
Lynette Grand, Ivy and Feb. 25 at The Veteran'sAdministration Mrs. Ella Mae Drummer,
MRS. EVELYN Hospitalin of 1012 NW 1st court No.
4 Coral Gables. Funeral 8 died Feb. 26. Mrs. Mc-
II IEIOIIIIIIn V. TISBY services will be held Sat- Neal, who has lived in MI-

who departed this life urday March 6, 3 p. m. In ami for 15 years is sur-
sad but loving mem- February 18, 1965 wish to the chapel. Remains will vived by three daughters,
<1 mory of our dear husbandand thank the many friends be repose In the chapel Mrs. Cora Hobbs, Mrs.
father and neighbors for all acts beginning 4 p. m. on Fri- Catherine Young, and
I RICHARD DEVEAUX of kindness during their day until funeral time Mrs. Ella Mae Drummer,
Priest I v.NATHANIEL .: hour of sorrow. Saturday afternoon. Sur- four sons, Clyde McNeal

1923 \{ vivors Include his wife; Mack Horne, Willie Mc-
;Born July 9, Mrs Cleora Cobb
Mrs. Reva Louise Belton; Neal and James Home
Advanced Ordained to Deacon Priesthood MRS. GRACIE EDDEN Miss Frances Stirrup, 1 son; Samuel Belton Jr.; two nieces, grandchildren,
KNOWLESwho daughtersAnd 5 other relatives and many
October 24, 1954 daughters; Linda, Lois,
Rector of St.: ,Peter'sAmerican I departed this life Family Gloria, Doris and Barbara friends. Services were on
Catholic Church February 25 1951. Belton and a host of Wednesday, March 3 at 2
Miami Fla. other relatives and p.m. from the chapel with
Only God knows how CARD OF THANKSWe
friends. llev. F. J. Hicks officiating -
Died February 28, 1961 much we miss you,
'"Grunt him. 0 Lord' Never shall your memory the family of the .
eternal rest, and may fade, late MRS. LUCY DANIELS,
light perpetual shine up- Yet of 2212 N. W. 5 Ave. died HENRY LEE JONESof
again we hope to E
on him.' meet thee HERBERT W. Feb. 27th at her home. Brown Sub Subdivisiondied
KNOWLESwho Funeral services will be at the VA Hospitalon
Where farewell
no tear is
shed. held Friday March 5, 2 Feb. 27. He leaves to
t departed this life on p.m. a t The House 0 f mourn a wife Lessie, a
IN MENMIAM Mrs. Bertha K.daughter Lewis, S. February 14, 1965 wish to Prayer with Bishop Wat- daughter, Mrs. Opra

express our heartfelt son, pastor officiating. Young, three sons, Leon,
In loving memory of Mrs. Ida K. Sidney STRACHAN, SR.
thanks and gratitude to
services after he will be Henry and Richard. Ser-

our _father..._-." ,._ A.- Gracie Ann, daughter who departed March 5, our many friends for shipped to Waycross, Ga., vices held Thursday,
1963. your many kindnesses for burial. Survivors Include March 4 at 10 am.
granddaughter shown during our hour of
Pilgrims here o n earth, husband,
and strangers: bereavement. We wish to Willie Daniels; 2 sisters; MELVIN DEAN TROT-
IN MEMORIAM Dwelling in the midst of express our special Mrs. Ida Mack and Mrs. TER, son of Mr. and Mrs.
foes; thanks to the Damns Fun- Emma ;:Pinkney; 2 bro Elevester Trotter of 271
In sad but loving mem- Us and ours preserve from eral Home, the neighborsof thers; C. C. Washingtonand NW 10th St. died Feb. 27.
l la lr ory of our dear daughterand danger; 8th Terr. and 18th Ave. I. S. Washington and Graveside services held

sister, In thine arms may we The Revs. J. B. Blacknell serveral other relatives Tuesday, March 2 at the
... ,
'O'We>' Purdy Brown, St. JamesA.
1 W repose, friends. Evergreen Cemetery.
Fere And, when life's sad day M. E. Choir and the
is past, Faternal Orders for the MRS. LYDIA HER- BOBBY THOMPSON of
Rest with Thee In Heav'nat wonderful services ren- RING of 1938-B N. Wi 4 1422 NW 1st Ave. died on
last. dered the family. Ct. died Feb 23rd at Jack- March 2. Survivors are :2.
Mrs. Constance Strachan Mrs. Elizabeth Knontes, son Mem. Hospital. FUn- sisters, Janie and Inez
Wife and Family wife and Family eral arrangements at this Thompson a brother anda
L. time are incomplete. Sur- very dear friend Mrs.
vivors Include her hus- Addle Simmons. Serviceswere
IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM band; Mr. Boylse Herring held March 4 at 3

vd and several other relatives p.m. from the chapel with
P In sad but In sad but loving mem-
loving mem- ,
and friends. Rev. Fred J. Hicks officiating -
-- '- ory of our dear mother,. ory of our dear husband,
and grand mother, and father, LEN
WARD of 543 NW
departed this life .- .4% NANCY CLEMENTSwho JAMES SMART '12th St. died Feb., 26th at MORRIS JOHNSON of
Feb. 22, 1963. her home. Funeral ser- Goulds died at Kendall
Dear Dad, we will always departed this life on who departed this life vices will be held Friday Hospital March 1. Sur-

miss you March 7, 1964. March 2, 1963. Sleep on March 5, 4 p. m. in the vivors are his wife, a
You shall never be forgotten May she rest In peace and rest. chapel. Survivors Include daughter. Arrangementsare

and light perpetual shine her mother; incomplete.
Coretha Williams, upon her. Pearl Smart, wife
Mattie Cader, Mary The Family Eldridge Smith; son
Trotman Ruth E. I Marie Smith. Millicent RANGE Howard, Ruth Meriedy; a
Gary, Dorothy Spates, Smart and Melva sister, Mrs. Alma Knowles,
daughtersJoe MISS BETTY M. IN MEMORIAM Davis, daughters DAVID H. BRIDGES, several grand and great-

Charles and KENDRICKwho 6511 NW 12th Ave., died grand children. Serviceswere
In sad but loving mem- held Match 8 from
David Williams sons Feb 26. He
IN MEMORIAMIn was a dining
died FebYuary 26, ory of our dear, car waiter for the Atlan- National Truth of Life
19G4. < and Light Spiritualist Sci-
sad and loving me- tic Coast Line Railroad.He .
IN MEMORIAMIn A precious one from us mory of our dear hus- is survived by a ence Church.

is goneA ate, band and Father, daughter, Mrs. Buelah
memory of our club voice we loved is still a Monford, two brothers, MRS. MAMIE MOLLY
sister, A place is vacant in our James A. and Johnnie JONES, of 1781 NW G8th

MRS. ADDIE M. hearts Bridges; three sisters, Terr., died Alarchl. She is
TAYLOR That never can be filled. '4 Mesdames Marion Barrett, survived by a son, Willie
Mrs. Julia Blake B 1M Christla Bell Bates and Jones, a daughter, Mrs.
who departed this life And Family Reatha Mae Farmer. Ser- Victoria Galloway a sister
March 4, 1964.Gardenia vices conducted Monday Mrs. Luvenia R.: Young,
MEMORIAM In the Range chapel. The three brothers, David and
Circle IN remains were sent to Benjamin Lucas, Alexan-

Rocky Mount, N. C. for der Lucas Jr., two grand-
In sad but loving mem-
final rites.ALFRED.
sons, two
grand daughters
ory of our dear son and ERNEST LEROY ten
IN MEMORIAM brother. McKENZIE great grands; 31 greatgrnnd
children. Arrange-
( of 1923 NW 59th St., died ments are Incomplete.
who departed this life Fell. 26. He had lived in
March 7, 19G4. this area for 16 years. He MILLElt MARTIN
The life he lived was is survived by his wife, SPANN of C21 NW 5th

Q f true and kind, ,.--.- -- Blonnle; four children, his Ave. died March 2. He is
e t Always glad to meet a mother, Mrs. Evelyn survived by a daughter,
arilei friend NATHANIEL GORDONwho Moultrie. There were no Mrs. Ruth Spann; G grand
i Happy hearted and con- local services. The remains children; a sister, a brother. -
Alp tented departed this life
are to be shippedto Arrangements are In-
j ja Faithful to the very end. March 7, 1962. to Hartiville, S. C. complete.
Now his earthly strife is Now the labourer's taskIs

over, o'er; E DIE PRA- JAMES T. GRAHAM of
No more sorrow no more Now the 1 attle day is DA of 1205 NW 66th St., 2170 NW 63rd St., died on
care, past; died unexpectedly Feb. March 2. He Is surived
Yet our hearts are sad Now upon the fart er 28. He is survived by his by his wife, Mildred; three

4 : and lonely, shore, wife, Veller Mae, a daughter daughters, Doretha, PatricIa -
For he is missed every- Lands the voyager at lat Miss Pearlie Mae and Deborah; two

where. Father In thy gracious Prada; three sisters, Mes- sons, James Jr., and Edward -
rv Mary and the rest of keeping; dames Eddie Mae Hardin, Graham; six grand-

__R_<, ,_. the Family Leave we now thy servant Ida Mae Jackson and Les children, a mother, Mrs.
sleeping. sie Mae White Julia Graham.
; two brothers Arrange-
MARTHA J. WOOD CAMPBELL "Bubber" MISS JULIA DORIS Mrs. Elcena Gordon Ulysses White ments are incomplete.
MOSS GILCREST of 1610 N. W. wife and Children Leon
who expired Mar. 3, 1960 3rd Ave. died Feb. 26 at Barrett; five grand- ,
We cannot say and will who passed away March her home. Funeral ser- children. Services in the J& R GERTRUDE
not say that she Is dead 0, 1957. vices will be held Satur- CARD OF THANKS chapel Friday at 1 p.m. died BEN of 1060 NW 5th Ct.,
May he rest in peace 6 10 In March 3. She Is sur-
She's Just away day, March a.m.
and may light perpetualshine the chapel after which remains Mr. and Mrs. John Mc- REV. MRS. LEONA R. vived by a daughter, Mrs.
With a cherry smile and a upon him. will be shipped to Keever and family wish. WARD of 1466 NW 69th Clara Lou Crossley, a
wave of the 'hand Mrs. Dollle Moss, Tlfton, Ga. for burial. Sur- to extend their thanks tel Terr., died Feb. 28. She granddaughter, Annie S.
She has wondered into an mother viving relatives include each and everyone for was well known In the Crossley, an aunt, Mrs.
unknown land. Campbell Moos Sr,, chapel, after which I heartfelt thoughts and cooperation Miami area having lived Lottie Johnson, Walter L.
father her father Mr. Oscar in behalf of here for the past 54 years. Brown, cousin Mrs. Azzle
.... James A. Wood, hus- Mrs. Mae Bell Moss Gilcrest; mother; Mrs. their beloved Mrs. Rose She was originally of Blackshear, a very dear
band; Dorothea Rich- twin sister Helen Gilcrest 2 sisters; Anna Walker, who departed Key West. She is survived friend. Services are sched-
ardson Ruth E. Copeland Eugene Moss, son Rosetta and Mary Gil- Feb. 16, 1965, at by three sons, Newell uled for March 10 fro m
<< .Cleora BrooksMarjrL. Tyrone Williams, crest; 2 brothers; Andre 4715 S. W. 27th St., West Palac ous Sr., Maxwell and New Providence Baptist
Floyd nephew and David Gilcrest Hollywood Maurice Ward; two daugh- Church at a time that
ters will be
Mesdames Juanita announced.

J '


THE MIAMI FricfcfyVMortn'5,1965, 13

: ,
: on 48 St. near
: : ,4-0127.
,CLASSIFIEDFOR, ... : "I' i In private home
for a nice clean man. 1(73: NW 70 St. (Wl-0125. 2-bedroom apartment REDUCE Wow Id you li ke jo beeammvrlflrFJf
Washington Park Estates Loo* up'to 6 pmsmdbDrLonff el
SALENO YOUNG LADY wishes to Near shopping 'on bus
share apt. with young have aWE Yklve
No lady. Ph. 8-2824. Model: 13U5: NE 150th St. '
VALUE", PI 1-2768 ;
919-1981 S.W. let !It. }
closing costs. Fully fur- from
Wynne DRd d raifdtHott
modern Building HOUSE: FOR RENT II netys1s x -
nished cottage Corp. The area's FR 3a74dSEWING
largest 5514 2110 NW 42nd St. Cottagein
and appliances. NW 6th Ave.
furniture Brand
new luxury furnished.
type tear Fully
painted. Price Is Beautfully furnished 2-
freshly homes.
Wiith everything $17.50 week. Adults only.
250 down and $80 Hedroom CBS building,
$8,500. that
you are looking for. Cull U -UM8G.
month pays all. Keys at No second front porch, excellent location AT ITS BEST
Life Realty, Broker 4932 $102.81 mortgage near everything.
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. per month. Open Monthly $125, immediate FURNISHED 1bedroomapt.
NW evenings and Sun- Sun. 1-5 p.m. 817 NW 43 occupancy. Call Mr. Gross near Grandway for W* specialize In all types of
Open St. JE 1-6902. working couple, 1225 NW shirts alterations
days. 444-6126. Evenings HI s.wlnf. Dresses, L.
8-2824. M St. restyling, slacks,
NEW $495 down, 2 bed-
NO CLOSING bmJspreods, covers a cIdroperl.
Modern CBS duplex, 2- rooms these!, Grand 2 baths opening, hurry on on 3327 NW 69th street --rars.as ... Even upHolstery.
hedrooms each side. Tile Furnished 1-bedroom CBS
roof, appliances large Sunday 549 NW1 1-5 41 p.m. 541 and cottage with front sleep- FOR RENT Contact Flora at
yard, freshly painted. Wynne ing porch. Weekly rent $22.
Price Is FHA valuation, Bulding Corp. JE 1-6902. Key at 3333 NW 69 St. 4 room in a deplex. $12 1065 NW 79th St. 633-6273.
$15,700 $GOO down and next door. Immediate oc-
02 LINCOLN Continental week. Owlet neighborhood -
$90 month. Live rent cupancy. Call Mr. Gross per
free! Life Realty. Broker,, like new all leather, daily 444-6126. Evenings in village of Biscay.
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371 28,000 actual miles. Sac HI -2821.. Park. Northeast 121st St.

Open Sundays, evenings. 1238 rifice, Ft.$2,750.Lauderdale Phone 583-ev- & 11th PI. See Cassia WILL TRADE LOT OR HOUSE

NO CLOSING COSTS enings.2BEDROOM. Fisher I. apt. 18 & 19. SEE THESE:
2 Bedrooms enclose APPLIED CHrVSTlAMmr
porch carport fire place CBS home SPIRITUAL TEMPLES & --- 142 H. W. 40th Street
freshly painted in Heart by owner, 2625 NW GO St.
of Manor Park Price Is Call 635-7543. CHURCHES. INC. $1500 down BUYS this well kept 3 bedroom horn In quit

$9,300, $250 down and 4 residential area. HO QUALIFYING. $95 month. Quick
FHA terms. Key at Life GROCERY and 2-bedroom Holding their 1st National : NEW BARON HOMES Call Mr. Kroll.
Realty, Broker -1932 N. W furnished apt. Fantastic in- Possession. our
States Convention I. :
7 Ave. PL f-4371. Oper come. 16 years in o n e 1921 H.W. 50th Street 1601 HW.33t11 Street
and ,place, $8,000 down, rest Miami Fla., Mar ck 1521. :
Sundays evenings.
easy payments. Call 866- 1835 H.W. 41st Street Older Type, BUT VERY WELL KEPT. Extra Lot IscUedin

NO CLOSING COSTS 7510 after 1 p.m. Ministers, preachers, teachers : 651 H.W.47th Street price ol $13,500. Down payment $1,000. Easy monthlypayments.

::3 Bedrooms CBS, 2 haths, horn all parts of the : Quick Possess**. Call our Mr. Kemp.
enclosed front porch, cal'port. THIS FHA HOME can states will be her praying Open 35 Easy Terms -0-
newlv painted, land be yours if you can qualify.
l scaped. Price !1:0&: only Only $too down. Drive for the sick. Ho problem so 3 large bedrooms, 2 bath, 1228 H.W. 42nd Street

$11.XX) with $:rio down by 1815 NW 88 Terr. bad that it cannot be solved Fla room, garage. Business BRAND NEW. A modern 3 ledroom, 2 bath horn*, with cor-
and! FHA terms. Key, al Fenster Realty, Broker. by the power of God. Ser c or cherch. Corner 150x100 Franklin Federal Financing. Call oar Mrs. AIt.nH.
Life Realty Ih'okerW32 PL 9-8779. i lot. port.
vices each night, 8 p.m. at
-- 0-
N. W. 7 Ave. PL O- 371
Open evenings and Sun- DOLL HOUSE 2-bed- 514 H.W. 6th St. Int. Bishop [WE BUY LAND, HOMESOR $100 DOWN

clays. room CBS, carport, a real W.L. Lockett, overseer. BUILD OH YOUR LOT 3511 H.W. 206th Street. An exceptional 3 bedroom horn.
buy, $2,000. Drive by 869 The Int. president will b. One monthly payment. Call our Mr.
NO QUALIFYING NW 73 St. then call Fen- here also Rt. Pop W. OR OURS with many extras.
TAK10 I over KHA payments ster Realty, Broker, PL Alterson.
of $81 month pays 9-8779. Simes, of Hew York City, Heed Money? Call EXTRA SPECIAL. A completely renovated 2 bedroom
all. ;Modern! 2 hcdl'ool1lCBH. all are welcome, information lot. In location. $350
home Fla large perfect
Tile roof fenced INCOME PROPERTY JE 8-1340
call FR 44626 or FR
yard, 1.'lul'ld1110m.;I car-, Large lot. CBS 3-bedroom down. $76 month. Ask for Mr. Kroll.

poit, very mode1 Kitchen garage, plus rear 2-BR. 7.3325 WE ARE OPEH EVERY DAY INCLUDING SATURDAY &
existing KHA mortgage Good terms. Don't forgetto
; is Sl1.()()() and It call us on this one, SUNDAY
lakes c $1.KX) ) cash in move Fenster Realty, PL 98779.
light In. Key ;it Life
Realty, Broker IKJ2!): Nve. \\' FOR THE large, large FORD REALTYINC.
7 :\ IM. -i: 71.MODKltN family, even suitable for
---- 3-bedroom 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635.4595
two families, (?
:i BI':))HOOM 2 Bath. Lot size 100x135. Teed arutt.tlauaal latllanttlawluulucttlluaart"
CHS Tile roof r"ont"nil
A tremendous value. Drive
lear'lMches| | carport,, by 25 NW 48 St. then call
cedar lined closets, appliances Fenster Realty, Broker,
some furniture,.
PL 9-8779.
Pike is I VilA; valuation a

$11.MO) Sao:: ) clown; $72 A FABULOUS buy. 5- EDISON Specialsam

month a n d seller |Iay bedroom, 2 bath plus extra ", : Z ,;, ,' ,

half Life closing Realty('05tl.e Broker: mJ2N at house in the rear, 1- _: ,,,_.....w.......;.1><.,""., ... ,......, (H-,' .<.-....- fi '
\\". 7 Ave PL 9-4371 bedroom houses completely 1 bath. Both fur- 4: NEW KITCHEN CABINETS? k' c ;1

Open ings. Sundays! and even- nished, linens, dishes, etc. #! f I it* HTR ewirr .
Drive by 112 NW 47 St., CARPORT? GARAGE? ;1 .
< >',J :Open 2-6 Sunday
1 : ,
1751 NW 80th Street then call Fenster Realty, t,', /'fk
$50 down $75 monthNo Broker, PL 9-8779. '.It''ti, ,, 't., '' Hlc C.S'host* .* double.corner jet Large. kitchen,>car.'I
closing cost 'i, ,;, (','\ .REPAIRS OR ALTERATIONS? '; ,.'t'" : I' port! felrc.L'$2 0:down, FHA. $11,569.' '
CBS 2-bedroom with hug ;d -- .... p. .. "
: -
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Ma- <
I BEST LOCATION in \j. -, ". \ !: 1"\ '
Florida sol ,
: ,
room being 2-bed- ,; .. ,1/ 'i\: > ; ,
at FHA valuation. Appli-, nor Park. Modern .v tt.\, I : t' : 1414J"W.UMTEIlllACE ,.' ,
ances included. D.V room CBS, carport, Fla. : CALL.J; MR."OAYIDOW AT'HHI', 1 ''3: ,v" ,' ,. > .v'j,,. '<,\'I
; painted. ", '
freshly "
room "
Gurton, Broker. FR 9-150 ='x. '' SunrJay /
'1 Open 2.6, : ;
.; ; :
Dn. : "
235-2342. Price is $11,000, $300 ran : "and a representative will call:on you "
and $68.62 month Life I Lovely,CBS'home, the roof*'$75,i.oath,pays' oil, f i Includingtaxes !

FHA BARGAIN price -and$1,000 seller belov pays Ave.Realty PL, Broker 9-4371., 4932 Open NW evenings -7 ;',.\ ; NO, CHARGE, FOR ESTIMATE end Insurance, $250 dawn, FHA.*$11,090 total." 'I

closing costs too! You and Sundays. f Bank or FHA Financing :-o- .
save more than $1,500, 4- .1 I
bedrooms, 2 baths, jalousie -'NO CLOSING COSTS W* specialize In removing ,old'.wlldows. ,and ,tnstal 1m New. IIIRa TERRACE .

windows, awnings,'Only $50 down, $11,000 ling awnleg type or |alo.sled windows Open 1-5 Sunday -

big Florida room, garage, total FHA, CBS beauty, ..,bl. lot.. .
site Cor
appliances. Extra large 2-bedroom, dining room, 3 CBS, roof.Large c comer .

corner lot, landscaped,'garage, appliances, large D H Construction Co. lac.HI port, sprinklers $300 down. FHA.
sprinkler system wiU' lot. Shell Realty, Broker, -0-
own pump and well, also 758-5551.
: 4260 NW 7 Ave. 8-1119
2ity water. Keys at Life tttt H.W., 1ST AVENUE
Reajty, Broker, 4932 NW NO QUALIFYING. $850 I 0,*" 26 Sunday ':f .' ,

7 Ave. PL 94371.: down. Like new CBS Lovely,CBS horn*,on cornet Til.,roof, Fla.room,:dining.;

5 YEARS CBS NEW. Beautiful Live all beauty large 3-bedroom rooms., 2 bath Only, "M.,.,."!! "..,. _-_ .,--'... '--.r. -...a. .. .-. I i .a_ ,,_Mom....."',,..carport.__-'... Ho Qualifying.' _Really. ....." .nUjiJLJ;._... _.___
total. Shell Realty /
rent free in luxury, 2- 4260 NW 7 .S \ -0-
bedroom each side, 2 utili- Ave., Broker 758-5551., 1/ Consolidate : DRIVE BY THE FOLLOWIHG THEH SEE EDISOH:

ty rooms, carport, built-in 1 6808 H.W. 6th Ave. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Fla I.

Only ovens.$800 Some down furniture.$17,500 YOU MUST home see, 2-bedroom this gorgeous 4 1 Your Debts room, CBS, til. roof. Ho qua

total FHA. Shell Realty, lifying.
large Fla. loom, carport, I
Broker, 4260 NW 7 Ave., Land- 2 337 H.W. 59th Terr. 3 bedrooms furnished CBS
758-5551. new appliances. "I\ Dial Now for Money ,
beautifully. Only
j plus 1 bedroom apt; pies go
1414, NW 51st Terr. $400 down, $13,000 total ;
$800 down. No qualifying Shell Realty, Broker, id rage. Ho qualifying.

Large 4-bedroom house 4260 NW 7 Ave., 758-5551. : 354 H.W. 59th Terr. -Beautiful CBS duplex. 1 apt.

With full dining room. WI 9-0077 : 13 has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, $500 I
Close to schools, stores, NEW CBS du- .
YEARS down
buses. $10,500 full price, 7 2- FHA.
235-2342 FR 9-7507. plex. Live partly rent furnished free, SMALL PAYMENTS: 4 339 H.W. 39th St. CBS, $250 down, FHA.

INCOME TAX Returns one bedroom side and other side, $ 1,000 .......:....... S 20 Month ,:

prepared. 574 NW 44th St. large 1-bedroomap t.. $ 2,000.............. $ 30 Month These are lust a few,of the many available properties we-
757-5454. have for sale. Come in S..
total. Month u.
$150 down. $14,000 ..w $100
$ W,000wrr..w.r.r.r.
Realty, Broker -
4260 NW 7 Ave. 758- WE ARE OPEN

4-3337. Beau- 1st and 2nd ,Mortgages,

MALE work with OR FEMALE photographs.No to. 8 NO tiful years QUALIFYING.corner' new.CBS 2-bedroom duplex, R.I. Baron Mortgages 4 EDISOl rUAITY, Realtor*

experence necessary. On-
or Call older.374-4793. Must be 21 each ly $IWO side, appliances.down, $14,900. 14535 N.E. 5th AvenueJortgogeJJroker 175 HM, tint Si J5144

total. Centrally locate ; ; t ?
CAB pRIVERS. Apply at Shell Realty. Broker .12{)() il f" _*,,, > .
Society cab office. 2GflNW I NW 7 Ave. 758-5551. -
21st St.

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, 14 THE MIAMI' TIMES," Friday', ).{a;clS, 1965I



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Activities At New Classes at Centervilla PTAThe SOMEONE I I

BTW High Ideal SchoolNew Parents Club of

the CenteryJIla), Kinder-
The Student Council
class has been
garten held Its
election Is scheduled for formed at the Ideal regular SPECIALN'gntlngalo
meeting on Friday, Feb. S.Xq
March 23. Students will School for Nurses Aides
19. The
speaker for the
have the to with
several sisters of
evening was the
vote for present and graduates.Miss popular
Dr. Almond
vice president of the Student Edwards., !t'. _
Council and Miss Leona Webb, sis- The 15th Ave. optome- _
BTW. candidates for vice ter of Mrs. Barbara Harrison trist gave some startling _

president of the Student now working at Cedars facts on the vision of our _

Council are Sarah Al- of Lebanon Hospital. children. We are hoping ", r .

bury, Ethel Rolle, and Mrs. GeraldIne Hall, to have him visit with us _
Patricia Ingram. Candi- sister-in-law of Mrs. again In the near future. r graduate: da,
dates for President a r ePaulette Doris Hall who still lit t:: p ; specialized work' 1n, they.;

Martin, Gloria in training Mr. Eddie Hats off to Mrs. Copeland .iI'' .- can* of .the sick, 4... the. '
Johnson and Edith An- Parks, cousin of student Mrs. Brooks and : aged .and the lr.lp1.ssEvery '
ton. Candidates for Miss Frank Parks student Mrs. Mable for the splen- *
BTW are Carolyn Smith did job they are doing ,day the d.i.and'For;
Sheryl Lewis, Sharon Other students are with the little tots. Everyone qualified{ personnel to.perform

Lightsey( Gwendolyn Rob- Josephine Johnson, Cal- enjoyed the skits on this valuable. service:

inson and Rosa Roberts. venio Riou. Elouise Len- Allraham Lincoln and y 4 N grow greater and, greatr.:
Congratulations to the ard, Dorothy Strozier George Washington '
pre- 11 Nightingale' College 'train*
Capers for a fine basket- Queen Watts, Dorothy sented by the tots. '%I Ir
and oJ...... taj.N'th. '
ball season. The Cagers Johnson, Brenda Jefferson ,q you '
ended their regular bas and Olivia Butler. The next regular meet- many other Nightlnpal.4

ketball season with three ing will be held the third graduates hat, art parlor*;

straight wins. After a South Miami Friday in March. wing this, Muchn.sd.d, ,|

terrific game Feb. 27, the Mrs. Clora Harris Is the .. service* A* a Hightiagatigroduat. :
Tornadoes led by a wide Gets Community -.ow _.. -.,,- .
president and D.
Cooper, you can: 4nao0

margin Blanche, Ely 101-75 to over end the SchoolThe reporter. I Polly Mays, South Dade Pioneer DiesMrs. your lob ....your hours ...V.

regular season. Leading J. R. E. Lee Com- Atlantic Coast Polly Mays of by Polly Mays and her the lima tau.want
the team to victory were munity School of South 21901 SW 116th Ave., husband, Arthur, tan .noy/ .tho. ,
Johnny Napier, 26 points; Miami is entering its 5th Goulds, died at Baptist ed the naming of M inspirknowledge that yew W?

Willie Williams, 21; Irwin week of operation. The Holds Successful Hospital at 5.25; March 3. High School in Goulds in doing a valuable' 1 fob Tha|

.Baulkman................ ..."'--19--;-.-.,and... -Anteam Community! _School. director SessionThe A resident of of Dade their honor. training'I*''simple :;, I.rc; : nf
.J"r:" !I. 'l'nE u. A. Morse, is wen since 1008, she had been She was also an ardent be-adapted to ranvsn:
ended the season: pleased with the fine co- active In every phase of church worker of Mt. your **
with a record of 13 losses i Hlth annual lesson lance* Call"" for an Appoint*!
operation given by the Community work in Pleasant Baptist Church,
and 7 wins. Outstanding[ people of South Miami. of Atlantic Coast Goulds and the general and was at the time of mont'ioday 'and flnd owtlnow"

players throughout the I Baptst Association con- South Dade area. her death, vice president I .vary rosy It,t.la, ;!
season were Irwin Baulk! The principal of J. R. vened with the St. James!' '
During the years when of the Women's Depart- !'qualify for this "valwableTtraining. :
E. Lee Baptist Church, Rev. J.
man He ,Williams Johnny ,Napier Anthony, Wil W C. Bawl Elementary, and the, Miss oth- r,. Johnson pastor, Feb Dade County did not proment of the Florida East .' Special f hours or--}
vide transportation for its Coast Association.
Williams and Dirk Brown er faculty members, 24-28. ranged for ...the,.. DaY
Negro public school stuServices
will be
Congratulations have all out to con- or night, classes. ,Women
to Coach gone help .
The welcome program dents, it was she who imducted Saturday, at 12
Walter Caldwell, out- make the program a suc- uplo,45 eligible.. No highshool
and furnished
_Wednesday_ evening was: provised noon at Mt. Pleasant flapsc
standing in cess. ,
team. coaching the beautifully carried out, school transporation for tist Church, the ,** diploma necessary 4l.;
Several teachers are with Mrs. Verpeka Damesa students in the entire H. Lockett will officiate Low-w 11 i on_.payments*,

The BTW Fencing team now volunteering their ? M. C. Choirs appearIng south end of the county. Beside her husband she ......
has done it again. As a service in supervising the i were those of St. When transportation was is survived by a son,

result of the fencing Study Room, Library, Indoor James, Mt. Olivette's finally furnished by the Charlie Tanner; a daugh- \
match held Feb. 25 in the Activities and teaching Youth Chorus and com county she served as the ter, Willie Arthur Jones;

gym, Cathia Darling was adult classes in handwriting bined group Temple'sNo. first bus driver three grand children; two

given a beautiful trophy spelling and one and two and the The many contributions brothers, Rev. W. F. Tan-

for first place; Patricia arithmetic. Male Chorus. and deep interest in com- ner and J, B. Tanner;:; a

Rowland 3rd place and munity welfare exhibited sister, Mrs. n len Butler.oooooooooooooooooooooooooooo .
Three sessioiii
In order were
Valerie Hall 4th. to offer the
Other '
fencers participating type of program the held daily Presiding over -

Miami Springs, Coral were people in the communitywant the parent body were

Gables De Leon., YMCA and Ponce citizens several were invited interested to son Moderators, 1. C. Mickins L. A. 'ihomp-and H. This Week in Negro History

meet in the office of the W. Brown. The women,
The semi-finalist in Community School Director wno met at Mt. Ulivettel"rauay oooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

the spelling bee: Seventh for the purpose of and Saturuay,

grade students Darell 1 forming a committee to were led by Picsident 1. March 7 1520 Hernando
Walker, Patricia Burch, be: known as the J. R. E. U. Wilder Cortez, Spanish
Joseph C. Powell. Trudy Lee Community School soldier of fortune, had Negroes in his .5 J

M. Wfcston, Major Parra- Advisory Committee. Challenging messages party in conquering Mexico. uh r4AAffi

more, Michael Rolle and The were uehveted uy the March 10, 1887 Robert Vann who founded ,
Andrew Black. following officers Kevs. Thomas tulle, Ernest -
have been elected: Williams, H. W. the Pittsburg Courier in 1910, was ,

Eighth grade students Sidney Peters chair- Moss, H. M. IS. McDon born in North Carolina. "
are Bessie Williams ald, 1. W.
sey Davis, Annie Lind- man, Mrs. Evelyn Spann, Joseph Smith, runes, March 11, 1861 Adoption of the Constitu-
co-chairman ... 'f'J
Joann Crawford and ; Mrs. Blanche Hutchinson. tion of the Confederate States.
Thomas Sweeting, assistant 'secre ,I,:
Ninth Brunson.grade students, tary. Other members are: A harmonious spiiil March 11, 1884 William Edouard Scott, it

are Pamela Felder, De- James Bowman, Rev.J. prevailed. The contribution artist, was born in Indianapolis, Indiana.

loris Williams, Karen R. Campbell, Mrs. to education was March 11, 1899 Dr. Percy Julian of Chicago 'i,

Williams, Louie Gainer, Rosie Turner Mrs. Cleo all increased beyond that of world famous chemist, was born in
Marilyn Lewis and Les- Dowson, Mrs. Mary Lee previous years. Alabama. ,

lie Thomas. Brown, Mrs. Coda Jones Other choirs furnishingmusic ...
Tenth grade students Mrs. Rosana Drown, Mrs. were: New Mount March 12, 1791 Benjamin Bannaker lays a

are Cynthia Cockman, Annie B. Campbell and I Zion, Homestead; New out city of Washington, D. C. with I.
Susan Rolle, Albena Her- Mrs. Ernestine Peters. Bethel, Lberty City. L'Enfont.
ring, Ethel Rolle ( (( 6kIII
Stephen Roberts. and like The chairman would The "Queens' Contest", March 13, 1865 -::: Orders were given to enlist mCtlltft
to have
Eleventh grade alive from each a represent church-, the feature of the Women's Negroes in the Confederate Army.

is Ellis Dames. Organization Department, was.quite >
or civic
Seniors are Clotilda I club to interesting Mrs.
join this commit
Bloodsworth. Emily Florence Hepburn of HOW AIOUT
Black, Sharon Young, Oscar tee.The Committee will Temple was crowned ?
Dixon and William meet Monday nights after queen and Mrs. PriscillaWilkinson ; I L M1AM1 AYI'E
LittleJohn. the first and third: Sun of Mt. Oli Giving your child a college education Is not difficult IF.

The marching band days in each month. vette, princess. Mrs. V. 'If you start planning earl,. It will cost money of course, but

participated in a Young The (following schedule Strachan of Temple retained 'if started when your child is still small, pennies a day regularly 3Uki '

People's Baptist Congressat Is for adults: Monday, the S. A. Sampson i saved and put aside will{ make it possible.Government .
Mount Olivette trophy in the Child's Wel- k
Baptist Sewing Class 6:30: 930,,
Church on Feb. 26. The Tuesday; Handwriting fare Contest. statistics show that between age 18 and death J ,.R.M: Noaupabo.kR.tI.
Band along with other and Spelling 7-9, an can expect to earn the following amounts da- I Plr.et.r
sPastor Johnson of St. I pending on his education.EDUCATION .
high schools in
day Slimnastics
; 7-9,
James, and Pastor Mick-
County will participate 'ina Thursday; Arithmetic 7-9, ins of Olivette and their LIFETIME INCOME
mammoth, parade on Friday; Social HourClubetc. I
Miami Beach on March 6. 7-10. members are to be con- Less than 8 yrs S 130,000 I
gratulated for the
Seniors art ; royal I
now being Grade school (8 yrs)
given the opportunity of Lily WhiteCandlelight the messengers.The they. gave High school (1.3 yrs) S 211,000 I
leaving the
?campus for High school graduate $ 58,000 I
lunch 30 minutes each 1966 session will College (1.3 yrs) $ 315,000 I
day.: Students are not to TeaThe he held
at Mt. Zion, West College graduate S 425,000 e
use transportation for Palm Beach, Rev. J. H. I
I ;
leaving and coming back the Unifo-m Rank o f Johnson pastor If your child could take his pick of which group h. would S I iI
to the school. Uly White Security
like to be In do
doubt for
you a minute that he I
Booker T. Washington Benefit Association cor Tea Time "College Graduate". Th. sad would pick I
part I I. that in '
was the winner of the dially Invites you to attend I,Is not the child choice. The choice Is made cases It II
by the
state PTA trophy In Day- its Candlelight Tea On Sunday, March 14 I in parents
many years before 'It 'I. time II I II
tona Beach. Five hun Thursday, March 18, 8:00 the Community Room of %will your child be able to go. HOW ABOUT COLLEGE, i iI

dred students p.m. Greater Bethel AME Roosevelt .......... to got Ii
were re Savings and :\ ........., ... ..... I
ported. Mrs. Maydell Church 245 NW 8th St. Loan, Gamma Alpha I :I .r. u "*
Braynon represented the Chapter of Iota Phi Lambda COLLEGE EDUCATION SOCIETY '
school and Mrs. Mr. C. R. Thomas, Box 231. Coral Gablos. Florida I
Maymie president Mrs. Sorority, Inc. will be : I
Williams was also in Margaret host for PLEASE II
at a Green Tea : send me more information !
Carey, District Deputy. on how to make f
tendance.Mrs. from
1.10: to ( :30 J
Prizes p.m. : plans for my child I INamo
W C.. Rhetta attended will be given to, college education. I
the Freedom the public. The program committee :
has a well 1; --------- I I
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pro- ---
Foundation on Feb. 2
in Valley Forge Pa. She meeting and had the opportunity with gram for some your of enjoyment Miami Addres________________________________ J e : .. Az J
stated that t the meeting of listening to c

was very ( informative and great speakers and learned appearing most outstanding on the talents : Child's ago ____________________________ I
inspiring.; Sue :also stated a great deal about the You program. aJ
that she enjoyed the threat of Communism. to attend.are cordially invited .r L


,_'0 O' _.._ ..,.. THE: MIAMI TIMES., Friday.. 'March5x1965 fLY.:. '15
Satchel Paigeto "I..' sd.E..d J A off,.V"r'i' .., :"" ,.....1J A.....>III...... < "
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-r: With Sports Meadowlark Lemon "Tex"
WjHARRT Harrison and a newcomerto 4 ,
basketball by the name ? ,ed
of Leroy 'Satchel" Paige i h Yw

its will literally dribble into / \
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.- Miami Beach ConventionHall y. .i..
tonight Saturdayand
Sunday (March 5-7)
A SUCCESSFUL SHOW AT MIAMI when the Harlem Globe-
BEACH AUDITORIUMLast trotters play a three- J

week Chris Dundee put on one of ,t h e game engagem nt.

most evenly matched bouts. seen here in a The court comedians
now in their 39th of
long time. All, fights were great. Whoeverlost world-wide barnstorming year

it was no disgrace because they gave all will play the touring
they had, even with the fights the doctors and Washington Generals Fri-
referee stopped.The day and Saturday nightsat ,..... SS------- c _..........
8:30: and Sunday after-
results: Miain event, Rudolfo Diaz noon at 2:30. t
tko'd Levi Forte in the fifth round. These were S

heavyweights. Felix Fernandez, 132, won over Miami Tickets Beach are available ConventionHall at S' : : ,

Hal McKeever, 133, in eight rounds; Jackie and at a 1 1 Sears-.
Richmond 129, won over Orlando Ruiz in eight Roebuck stores.Headliners .

rounds. This was Ruiz' first defeat in 13 starts. for the Trot- .. .W..J+ ti Pkw..R./ It f,p
This bout would make a good return one. Wil- ter troupe are court pester x L > eF V11111. h A

lie Johnson, 190, was dropped twice for the Lemon and a list o f

count in the second round, but came back and former professional All-America players Bethune Wildcats SIAC Conference Champs !

strong to tko Roger Witly, 199, in the 3rd which Include Connie
round. This was to be for six rounds. Hawkins who once led the Coach Jack McClairen an This is the second time iate Athletic Conference
American L. nounced that he has been informed that Bethune-Cookman College Tournament. Out of 18 teamsin
e a g u e in by Mr. B.T. Harvey, the Conference,the 10 top
has won the Visitation .
There fights Little River last scoring; former Bradley
were no at
invited for
commissioner of the Southern Championship in the 18 teams are to play
week. This was the first week they missed ex- Mason and Billy iBobby Barnes Joe Intercollegiate Athletic member conference during its the championship. By virtueof
cept for the week of Christmas and New former Florida A&M star. Conference, that the Bethune- IS years of membership. being Visitation Champions -
Year's. Cookman Wildcats, with a Coach McClairen welcomedthis Bethune-Cookman Col-
Paige who through 40 season's record of 18 wins for the last time Be- lege will automatically be-
years of pitching becameone seated for the first
and 6 losses, were awardedthe thune-cookman College won come '
When Willie Pep fought a four-round ex- of the best known Conference Visitation the Visitation Championship, round. The tournament begins -
hibition,. with headgear and overstuffed gloves twirlers In baseball, will Championship. Their conference he was the varsity centeron on February 25 and
last month at, Little River Auditorium, many chip in on many of the records was 13 wins that .team. That was some ends on Saturday, Feb. 27
people asked Pep if this was the beginning of comedy routines.In and 3 losses in the conU, 'ecegames. 11 years ago in 1954. Reading from left to right:
addition the 36- Being Visitation Champibns front row obert Gibson,
money, it is going to be hard to turn down.
Jerome Hamler
member CzechoslovakiaState Sophomore will give BethuneCookmanthe Ronald Eskridge, Jerome
Apparently! ,the price although it is nota Folk Dance ensem- from Orlando, Fla., led privilege of representing Hamler and Leroy Floyd.
very large price is right. ble will make its American the Wildcats in scoring witha the conference' in the forth- Second row, William Clark,
Last night, Little River Promoter Neil Com- debut at halftime.f 22.9 average and Carl coming National Collegiate Melvin Johnson Malcolm
Fuller, the 6'9W' sophomore Association Regional Play- Henderson and Charles
posto said Pep, the 42-year two-time feather-
LEARN.wt. MAKIWlgletl. I center set a rebound recordof Franklin. Third row Nathaniel -
weight champion, had signed a contract to tongs Cut I ICtuitcn 488 in 22 games. Coach off.The Wildcats leave todayfor Cunningham, William
meet club fighter Harold McKeever on March A Pony! Toili. McClairen said that the suc- Tuskegee Institute where Levan, Carl Fuller, and Reginald -
18, eight rounds, big gloves but no headgear, $1 AO for d.tai/s/ cess of the team' could be they will participate in the Dobarb. Fourth row -
and to a decision. THE HAIR-CRAFT STUDIO attributed to. the together Annual Southern Intercolleg Coach Jack McClairen.Jack's .

the .0lex3tt ness of the players. __ ___._______._..__a_____._______ __"' .__ A__ _
"The money arrangements are same as Doytoim Math, Florida I T
last time" said Composto. Pep drew a crowdof S

about 800 for 'four-round/ exhibition. !

about $500 out of it." Presents "MR. JACK"
The Man of Deliverance! from Coast to Coast
The Baltimore Orioles started spring train- FOR
ing in full swing. They were in third place RT. POPE W. SUES STYLES FOR ALL AGES

last year 2V& games behind the Yanks. If not Whatever your problem may be, through the power of God The Very Latest In Men's Fashions

through injuries they might have won the pen- : aId your faith, it can be s 'l..d. SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
nant. Let's hope for the best this year. Good ITALIAN SHOES
luck boys, there will be no charge of admis- p. 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami Florida

sion to watch them train. Go out and enjoy : IN MIAMI, FLORIDA

yourselves at the Miami Stadium. : Every Twee. at 1451 N.W. 3rd Avenue
: Every Wed. at 534 N.W. 8th Street
Now the the Baseball Players Golf Tourna- : Every Fri. at 514 N.W. 6th StreetIN

ment is over, let's look forward to baseball in : FT. LAUDERDALE FLORIDA MIOTCCT YOUR FURNITURC
itself.A : Every Sun. 7 p.m. at 612 N.W. 12th Avenue 't WITHOUT HIDING Vfft IIAUTYI
gallery of some 5,000 viewed the rounds r"o c4st CUSTOM MADE
: Spiritual advice dally 10 am to Noon 3 pm to 7 pm
played under sunny skies with the temperature PLASTIC FURNITURE
in the high 70's. : At 551 N.W. 12th Street. Information Phone FR 4-6626 1 SLIP COVERS

Tournament Director George Jacobus pro I errmi cult -
at the Ridgewood, N.J. Country Club, was e. H1AVT LON LAITIM SAUCY'

presented a Key to Miami, gold plaque by CENTERVILLA ATTENTION! MM.FUUVUAIANTtn IUIITAKTe

Commissioner Steve Clark in appreciation of KINDERGARTEN Facing I difficulty, evil .

his efforts for the past 25 years, in serving as You may register now. Hot condition poor health, .HAJ-uartm..r.ua. t,: s!M i w sir

tournament director. lunches and pick-up ..e"ie.I bod luck. Seek success MHIIUfMMUMM 'In nnMATU '

blessings, happiness, and e limn OHMIOMII tPECUuzmo
For information call
peace df f mind Consult PI. nniM VINTft PLASTIC DAY cAu 0 R

634-5S67 1st Ct. #2. Phone 377-
1396, for sick. Uonse ot Gretchen Wl Mill
5932 NW 17th Ave. Prayers

MRS. Rl'TH COPELAND Donations only.
Formerly GretchenNichol s Plastic ConnNOW
Won-Sertfcil Office Treaties

Rectal DI e..f'. VarlcoM Vetaa,
Prostate No loet tl..e-
P, Discard Traee Upoa Correction I
./ Rupture low eoeC
IMA BW" let SU FR I-ft.

Would you like to take 5 : r NITELYExcept

off an inch here and add Sunday ..

an inch there?For a free _
VPt 6'; m *
personal Interview and

analysts about the Body TWIN DOUBLE:

Beautiful program. RECORD PAYOFF TO DATE

Call. $14,161.60'Spearing

Q/ 4

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Negro Golf Stars Charles Sifford old Pet Brown hove
6011 N.W.
igntdvup to co-pete in the $70,000 Doral Invitational Open '

ot Doral Country Club from March 11th through 14th. Sifford 'Next Notional door 'to Bonk Lincoln e END COLLINS A

old Brown will (loin suck Golfing greats as Jack Nicklaus,
Billy Caspar and Sammy Sneod in this fourth annual Open.

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r 16 THE.MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 5,. 1965 '
Heidt sponsored the program Engineering School, according university.. Ths scholarship ...
erhood 20
were glven',1o
t Northwestern High to an announce- is sponsored' by
students who were nom- M. L. Man-
i ment by Dade County Construction
Northwestern's Youth inated by members of the Air Force AptitudeTests tell, chairman of Civil Industry Advancement
Intercultural Club held a faculty were admln. tered Engineering Dept. of the Program
'" special assembly in the to seniors interested in
school auditorium in observance Senior Parents Night this branch of
of Brotherhood last .' Thursday eveningwas entering
the service, Feb. 21.
Week on March 25. Mrs.R. well attended by parents -
F. Huhns. president of of prospective grad- Mrs. Ruby L. Rayford
the YWCA hoard of Directors uates. An informative and OURLOCATION
and Mrs. Doreen Young
in Greater Miami, entertaining program to Northwestern No
BRIGHT acquaint parents with necessary
t was the guest speaker. Business Dept. at the
information and
a State Business Education
Awards for exemplifying -
activities for the coming NEW
better human rela- commencement season was Conference in Gainesville
tions and a spirit of broth- presented. Mrs. E. V. during last weekend.

NEW IIIIW' ", .Mio@.8- Summer school will be "" B

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