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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 26, 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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plume 4 tNo. THE MIAMI TIMES, FRIDAY. MARCH 26, 1965 16 PAG )Q CENTS ,

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Monday night a 117- Two Louisiana Negroes,
train rolled 1202 N. W. 12th St., was Coast Railway engineersaid. who have been '
battling
freight to
car
found by police. At first, he said, he
his wife
the
and electric chair
over a man escape
her husband, thought the two shapeswere
Henry,
the railroad since 1953 this week
lounging on As reached -
lost his right leg below plecies of paper.
tracks in downtown Fort train their 12th year on death
the lover
the knee. He is in fair passed
Lauderdale. Both surviv- condition.The them, he realized they row. Edgar Labat, 43, and
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a 1 ed.Unhurt two were slumped were people and stoppedthe Clifton Alton Poret, 36,
and sitting up across the tracks at N.W. train. Several cars were' sentenced to die March
t/: _tween two cars, !Mrs. 5th St., a Florida East rolled or them, he said. 23, 1953, for the rape of a
38 of
i Liza Mae Gilmore, white woman in New Orleans.

Nine stays. of execution have

FSTA Votes Merge With FEA wait stretched to a their modern death record.row

Their petition for a new
The 75-year-old Florida trial on 'grounds Negroes
| State Teachers Associa- were allegedly excluded
,, from the trial jury is be
r> tion agreed to merge with s as *
the Florida Education 0 /; ) fore the 5th U.S. Circuit

Association after a mara- Court of Appeals. w
thon closing session of { I 'I
AYI the convention here Saturday : Young Holdup

;
At the conclusion of :6' 1 Men Get 15 YearsTwo

three days of debatingthe I admitted
holdupmen
Issues, final recom-
were given 15
mendations (approved by years
each i n prison b y Criminal -
c district discussions) were Court Judge Jack
submitted to a special
x + Falk Thursday.Arthur .
committee for compilation Lee Brown, 17,
and Oscar Lee Beasley,
The delegate assembly, : 'M. received "unusuallystiff"
meeting at Bayfront Park sentences court attaches
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MSS BAlI BEACH CONTESTANT I i Auditorium, thunderously N said.

Sultry Rosl/H Hill is a contestant i II the Miss Miami adopted the resolutionthat >s Brown and Beasley admitted -
advised the FSTA I __ __.on. they held up the
Beach beauty contest beina sponsored I. conjunction with
board of directors to take Piper Llnuor Store, 455 S.
the 50th anniversary celebration of the famous resort center. steps to effect, Mayor Robert King High Is greeted by outgoing President Dixie Highway, on Dec. i

Final fudgiig will be held Monday night at theCarillionHotel. cne necessary great organization by Alvie Benton, left, St. Petersburg, and President-elect Mrs. 21, and pistol wlpped the

July, 1963, or earlier, If Marian Shannon, Miami, of the Florida State Teachers Association Plnsr manager! 76. Mrs. Anna B.
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Roslyn is a professional model who came here three possible. before welcoming some 2,500 delegates at Miami's The rollers took more

years ago from Indianapolis, 'Ind. Her parents ore Mr. and Earlier the group had Bayfront Park Auditorium during the group's Diamond Jubilee than $80 from the store's I I
i .. ''honored Cong. C I a u d e Mrs. Shannon the third cash glster .and $20
'Mrs. David' Blokery lof.2010.HW, 63rd St. Roslyn will rid." Convention. is woman in the j .j
tor'
'Pepper Dr-Fla.J( : his Association's from a customer, George
on the Jaycees float '. the anniversary parade at 1 p.m. stand on civil rights. history to head the 8OOO'.e..b.r organization. McCaskll, a former coun-
Monday. Pepper told the, dele- (Miami-Metro News Bureau Photo). ty prosecutor.

gation that democracy and
real freedom Is coming to

Christmas Morning all Americans. "The traps r,

shall that you not now deter encounter for long, ; City Spends $25O6O topa j; ; ''I

the heritage of any AmerIcan -
Death Driver ," he said.Presidentelect. / Convert Jail Into Cealr

Marian. ,H'. I
H. Shannon (Miami) assumes '
Gets 3 Years her duties In September City officials reported will Include basketball roller,

of this year, thus Tuesday that the one- weight lifting, child- Register To
time jail In the down- skating for younger
the third
John Erven Bell,Tuesdaywas ed for more severe charges Incoming wo- dancing classes and
ren,
against Bell. man to head the 8,000 town Negro section Is be-
sentenced to three yearsin use of the facilities for
for the deathof 'This is very serious, member organization. Ing converted into a rec-
state prison meetings by such groupsas Vote Nowl"Wo!
reation center for child-
Rufus Fischer 8. who the killing of a little child," Benjamin F, Stephensonof and the facilties the Boy Scouts and
was struck down by Dell's Judge Turner told Bell 37, Deerfield, was made should ren "in al/JUt 30 Civil Air Patrol.
of NW 64th St. "It is open
careening car on Christmas 2350 presidentelect by popu- "
Day 1963. as much manslaughter as if lar vote.If days.

Judge Jack Turner im- the child were killed with a the expected mergerIs City commissioners: approved ..41I.
posed the 3-year sentenceon gun." approved by the board spending: $25,000to
top of 300 days Bell also Police testified Bell's members of the two organizations turn the old police pre-
has to serve on traffic car skidded 134 feet and scheduled to cinct station and grounds
charges.The was going between 55 and meet jointly later this at NW 11th St. and 5th .
dead child's father, 65 mph when it struck the year, next year's delegate Ave. Into a full time I
a school teacher, refused to boy,who was riding a bicyclehe assembly represntlng recreation center.

let the case die from public had just received for some 51,000 Florida class- For weeks city employees -

and official apathy and press- Christmas. room teachers and one association have been tearing out )'
will meet on MI- cell blocks and some Interior 1'

Stop Planning For ami Beach, walls, painting the r
building Inside and out
I and Installing acoustical
IB Runoff for tile on all ceilings and -
Plan With Negroes terrazzo on the floois

The leader of an experimental Norton stressed- the Importance -. Waycross CityCommissiop The large adjoining ,1b
program In of mobilizing all lot has already been a:
Cleveland warned Mlami- graded and will be paved M
community resources to .
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and sodded in few j
ans Monday that any com- a .
meet such urban prob- .
WAYCROSS, Oat CNPl) <
weeks. A four-foot wall
that sets out to
munity t
lems as juvenile delln-
service station !
A Negro
solve its urban renewal will be erected to protect .
que n c v inadequate Lee P, Fluker led ;
problems will have to owner children using the lot.
housing! and traffic con-
the vote last week in a
learn to work with rather gestion. Especially vitalto special election to fill a When the work Is fin-
than for its "disadvan- such programs, he said, vacancy on the city com- ished, the first floor will
taged" members. is participation by pri- mission, and will face have three small and one
"The message Is coming vate businesses and agen Walter Vollenweider, a white large room, and the sec-
through louder and more cies. candidate, in a runoff late ond floor will be one
clearly," said Dr. JamesA. large recreation room.
this month.
He said that one of the
Norton, "that one of Office space and toilet
factors that the Fluker polled 922 votesto
'gave
the rights is the right to facilities will be provided. -
Cleveland for Vollenweider.
experiment a 536
be
dignity, the right to .
consulted" chance of success was n Meanwhile, in Atlanta,
program involving 35 J.C. Daugherty became the The city: manager's office -
Norton is president of white business leaders first Negro to qualify as a and parks and rec-
the Greater Cleveand and 35 Negro leaders. candidate for one of Fulton reation department has
Associated Foundation They meet in small com- County's 24 new House been conducting house-
established three years mittees to discuss such seats in the Democratic to-house Interviews to
ago to set up pilot pro- problems as housing, em- primary on April 21. determine the "nature of 'iA'"t: ,,tt
jects on urban problems. ployment and education. Daugherty an Atlanta the recreational: needs"of

He was luncheon In another program he attorney, has been a memberof the densely impulatetl
at the First Annual said. all commercial the Fulton County Demo- area and a full-time recreational -
speaker Southeastern Flori- banks and about half the cratic Executive Committee program for

da Urban Affairs Confer- savings and loan associations since 1958.Ie ran for the the center I Is now hel11l1 Lovely Carolyn Smith, a junior at Booker T. Washington

ence, sponsored by the discrimination pledged in to the avoid i city aldermanic board in 1961, prepared.At High School, won the coveted title of "Miss B.T.W." in the
r but was defeated by William
Miami and
of
University
five agencies. lending policies. Knight, an incumbent. the center activities? annual student elections held on Wednesday.





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again
! David BrinkUy starting April 19-to the tune of 2,000,000 with Pepsi-Col
Company and its: bottlers picking up the check.
More than 150,000 prizes wilt be distributed, and a
on Temple 2,000,000 advertising program will herald the promotion
across the country.
tsrta. The 1965 Shopping Spree will be bigger than last year's
Beth Forum event. It will be, by far,the most expansive promotion ever
t conducted by Pepsi-Cola Company: and quite possibly, the
The third and final biggest ever run in any industry.It .
speaker presented by the will mark another giant promotional step forward by
Temple Beth Am Forum at Pepsi-Cola Company, since hard-selling, promotionally.
5950 North Kendall Drive, minded Donald M. Kendall took over the company's presi-
South Miami, will be heardon dency 18 months ago.
Sunday evening, April 4.
The guest speaker will GRAND PRIZE IS GROCERIES... .AND A HOUSE
be David Brinkley of NBC
News who will be introducedby Highlight of the 1965 promotion will be the National
Sidney Anson of Channel Grand Prize-A houseful of groceries .. and the house.To .
7. get the groceries the National Grand Prize winner
.. Tickets are available by and his family will be set loose in a Shopping Spree in the
calling the office of Temple food store of their choice for a full thirty minutes. They will
Bishop E.c. Hotcntr- presiding Bishop of the A.M.E. Church, Florid receives Beth Am. shop absolutely free and keep all the groceries they gather
"txtra" Lift Membership Lapel Pins from Morris DeLisstr,. National Lift,Mtmbtrship representative FEMALE with Pepsi-Cola Company paying the full retail cost of alt.food
the from the International! r items collected on the check-out tape, according to
as Bishop prepared to depart Tampa Airport. Bishop
DAY STEADY Sidney M. Maran, promotion manager for the company.
Hatcher, himself a Lift Member of NAACP, is chairman of the Florida Lift Membership The house will be a Johns-Manville ranch-style home
Committtt as well as a member of the National Lift Membership Committtt. Ht will head DOMESTICSCheck with kitchen appliances and lot, valued at $40,000.A .
the Harry T and Horrlette L. Moore In-Memorlop Lift Membership Drive for the State of our listings.No total of 731 national prizes will be awarded,including

Florida. From L to R: Rev. J.J. Jones, Mr. DtLisstr, Bishop Hatcher, Dr. C.C. Brooks, many Fee ten Oldsmobile station wagons, plus a year's supply of

Raw HJtcDonald Nelson and Dr. R.L. Lamb._ (Photo by Sounders) Registration sprees automotive for equipment ten entire and families services; and; ten 710 15-minute merchandise shopping gift

-.n11ll""It..IlIlUI I- MNp1Ep0/1( 1i11iI11pNiU11NI1HMNl!! lll lllig1t1111lllilit/llll NORTH DADEEMPLOYMENT certificates ranging in value from $1,000 to $100.

Officer Jimmie The national Shopping Spree theme will be carried
NAACP Secretary, OthersEater 362 N.E. 167th Strttt through at the local level. Pepsi-Cola bottlers will award
I r" 'l Wilson GetsA individual 5-10 and 15-minute shopping sprees in food stores

Georgia House Race New Life JOBS check.In chosen. by winners and in each case, pick up the full retail

I II addition, bottlers will also award a series of prizes
ATLANTA CNPI-Ben was Atty. J.C. Daughtery, Officer Jimmie Wilson Male and Female during each of six week's duration of the promotion. These
Brown 25-year-old local who is running from District cot a new life on the police prizes will include merchandise certificates redeemable
NAACP executive secretary, department Wednesda Finest domestic and commercial at
last week became the second 134.Another Negro candidate, when the Civil Service jobs in this area local participating outlets, plus free Pepsi-Cola Company
Fulton county Negro to qualify Lucious Bacote, of Dublin, Board ended his dIscipli- products.
as a candidate for one of is seeking at-large electionto nary hearing" on a "tech- --ALSOExcellent --- NO LIMIT TO ENTRIES
24 seats in the newly-re- the Laurens County board nacallty.
domestic
apportioned Georgia House of education. He is the first All city employes are op.nIlIgl According to company officials, one entry can.qualify
of. Representatives. candidate in 100 years to try rated twice a year and If now in New York and for both local and national drowings. Free entry blanks will
Brown, a Clark College for a county post.In 11 demerits earned for rule In violations Connecticut. be available at Pepsi-Cola outlets in individual franchiseareas.
graduate, is running from the addition, there are one period are the employe any Is Transportation advanced -. Entrants simply complete the entry blanks as directedand
135th District in the Democratic about 10 other Negroes in unsatisfactory and must return to the local bottler at a designated address.Thereis
primary set for April Fulton County who are ex- appear before the CSB, Burlang Associates no* imit.to the number. of.entries .an Individual may. submit
21. The first Negro to qualify pected to enter the politicalrace. which has the final say on EMPLOYMENT AGENCY each week.

...... ..- punishment, including dis- 502 NW 54th Strttt In certain: states, because of local laws, a special
missal. contest has been developed to parallel the over-all national
The CSB 'had called Wil- Phone 757-7674 Shopping Spree Promotion.PRINTING.

q! i1! son to appear after the

'wiii.. police he received department 12 demerits reported '

from July 1 to December
,. 31, 1964.
; k," At the hearing his attorney
j\ ;> SAVE 50% -
V.. Henry Arrington,
;lV pointed out that two of
ON NATURAL COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY11x17 the demerits ''had actually ?
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\>'imX&taif**( CIVIL AWARD TO GO TO and resourcefulness in '
Enrara Iretke HrU.S. := NAACP OFFICIALThe championing "the cause for
human rights.
tN local chapter of the The award is presented
LAttorney Frontiers of America, Inc., annually to outstanding
a national service club will citizens in civic religious
General Edward staff of four Gold.water honor the NAACP Florida and public affairs. Previous
Brooke of Massachusetts, workers and four anti- highest elected Negro in the water Republicans to write on March 26. of the Tampa school system "
United States, is taking a speeches, line up contacts The award,to be presentedto a state representative, a
long-range look up the political and drum up support across Robert W. Saunders, is in circuit court judge and
ladder. the country for him. recognition of his "courage others.

.{ Brooke reportedly has .'
private plans to become the
first Negro senator since Re
construction in 1966, and to ..
Forecast
seek the Republ1can vice :
presidential nomination in

1968.Brooke ..is moving slowly
&i to broaden the bpse of his
t .w support within the GOP. He Clear.Crisp..Dry:

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THIRD-PUCE WINNER J6. Bus!' leaving 2 n.m. ? e 76 I rJ59
After viewing videotaped auditions of ten finalists, 532 NW 2nd Ave. Those
judges in WTVJ's recent "Crazy Ouggenham Contest" selected interested! call Mrs. Mar-
eleven-year-old Gloria Marie Jones of 1246 N.W. 64th 'Qn Muldrow, OX 1-4704: 0
Street, as third-place winner. Some 2,000 children enteredthe Mrs. Alice Lucas, HI 76
preliminary auditions, held at 'WTVJ March 7, and judges n.f.182. ; Bertha Perry, FR
selected ten to be on-air finalists. Finalists appeared 9-8140. r

WTVJ's morning "Popeye Playhouse" program, imitating The Unit 7 Cosmeticianshave /77 aEISCN ANNSMs ;z
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Frank character with program host, "Skipper adopted the City
Chuck" Zink in Jackie Gleason's role of "Joe the Bar- Youth Hall as their 1964 .
tender." Third-place winner Jones received a portable tape project for beauty ser-
recorder tickets to "The Jackie Gleason Show: The Ameri- vice 2nd and 4th Tues- &
can Scene Magazine," and a, copy of Frank Fontaine's days each month from F I a.MM,
newest album, "I'm Counting on You." 5:30: to 7:30 p.m.

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FrM Estimate 624-9424, Night 624-1872 ,; Pompano WE 3-3235 4240 H.W. 27th Ave. NE 5-3466

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 26, 1965I SBA OFFICIAL TO SPEAK REV. JAMES E. B

I METRO'S NEW MANAGERAt AT Mr. VON SPEAKS HEREThe

long last Dade County's Metro Commission All persons interestedin Brown, former Rev. lames g I
He information as pastor
its manager. obtaining ft
has decided to elect new New Hope
obtain money Mis
of Rochester to how you can sion.,
is Porter Homer, former city manager from the federal governmenton Baptist Church, win be th
N.Y. The vote on last Tuesday was a new businessor speaker this Sunday Inomin

H.E. SIGISMUND REEVES Editor and Publisher. 8 to 1.According. expanding the existing at Greater New gene
Baptist
GARTH C. Acting Manager Hoke are invited to come to Church, Rer
REEVES, Managing Editor .to reports, one, Smith, pastor. W.k
Welch who has given excellent service, will Mt. Zion Baptist Church on
Member of tho National Nowapopora Publlthors Association Thursday, APril >, at 8 p.m. Sunday .tejx
assistant manager.On him at .
be retained as The Regional Director of the .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES occasion reports were Administration Primitive Baptist
more than one Small Business Church
ONE YEAR,$5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 Rev. P.D.
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vote for his Butler, will Brantley,
that Mr. Welch needed but one ,Kfr. Thomas Come hear this pastor
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Pot election to the office, but that one vote he did tell you how. God. great lIIall 0
Office at Miami Florida, undor the act of March 8, 1876 h could
not get. Later it was reported that e

Office at 6740 NW, 15th Avonuo Phono OX 1.0421 have been elected by a majority vote, but he To The Late Rev.
wanted it unanimous, if possible. As time wenton Free Trip!
"CREDO OP THE NEGRO PRESS"Tho J. Reeb
NEGRO PRESS boliavos that Amorlca can best lead further reports were that four commissioners James Our cosmic
tho world from racial and national antagonism when it accords > were opposing him. Maybe he would Christ pave His life! win stir the atmOflpber dc ,
to every man regardless of race, creed or ,color his hardly want the position under such condition.The What others might live roots of your imagiaattoi
human and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no'man-the
Miami Times has been with Acting "TO have life abundantlyFor Join the crew on b ft
Press strive tho firm b.lI.f
Negro to help man In that
every
to the
He trip outer plane
ell men are hurt as 'long a* anyone I* h.ld back. Manager Welch all the way. We wanted to that gave. Every rite!

see a Dade Countian filling ,that position, and It's only a few SATELLITE LOUNGE
looking at Welch's record as acting manager, To challenge the cause.. 6222 NW 7th Avenge
TREMENDOUS PROGRESSDr. felt he was the man for it. The Metro Com- Not race nor creed-
mission thought otherwise. They should be in It's conscience, that calls.
Lewis Webster Jones of New York, a better to than
a position judge we are.
former president of Rutgers and Arkansas Truth has no fear CENTERVILLAKINDERGARTEN
We therefore must accept their choice -
Universities and Bennington College, said look forwardto What ever the price. |
Manager Porter Homer and
that Americans do not realize the tremendous The world's In darknessBut You may register now.Insjclws .
his successful administration of Metro.
'Truth' Is light!
progress this country has made in race rela- and pick-up .
tions in recent
years. WHAT A RACEThe To the good Reverend For tB/ormatioa call
Dr. Jones is president of the National Conference Laid down hs life! 691-7796 696-W02 or

of Christians and Jews. He said that space race goes on with Russia sup- No greater love He 634-5M7
most Asian and African nations discriminateon posedly in the lead. Howevter, the United A brother In Christ.

a much greater scale than Americans do, States keeps right behind her. 305 Alfred Wl Taylor 143rd St. 5932 NW 17th Ave.

but we get all the bad publicity because' we're Grissom and John Young, who on TuesdayThe New York City MR8. RUTH COfEMID

trying to do something about it. "We'll solve accomplishment of Astronauts Virgil - --- .
this problem long before they will." circled the world three times is a first in the

He points out that India, which has been a space race.
critic of the United States' race relations, hasa Then, too, there is unmanned Ranger 9,
much worse human relations' problem and scheduled to send back history's first tele-

still clings to the caste system. vision close-up of the moon's surface for pub-

"All this talk about America's image lic These broadcast.spacemen received the admiration of 11tOMING I

abroad troubles me because it is a Madison the whole world, and they certainly deserve
Avenue outlook," Dr. Jones said. "I think we it.

are doing a good job." We live in a wonder age with miraculous

"Many excellent people throughout the happenings. We live in a wonderful country, tP7BACK1EI

F South are sympathetic to the Civil Rights and also a wonderful state. Cape Kennedy,

f movement but are afraid to speak out be- headquarters for our space triumphs, is here .
} cause of their cartlv totalitarian (state) governments in the state of Florida. .. + -

presided over by demagogues." "0 Lord, how manifold are Thy works! In

When the southern Negroes. get the vote wisdom Thou hast made them all. The earth

the political atmosphere of the South will 1 is full of Thy riches"

change and there will be greater educational

opportunities for all, both whites and. Negroes, PHIL OSSOPHER 6ttf

said Dr. Jones. Watching TV This
recently, Chtistly sacrificeis 1
We are in accord with Dr. Jones' views. Ne- I saw a presentation from our clearly explained by Abdul ,
groes of 'today are becoming more and more late President Kennedy'sbook Baha,Exemplar of the Baha'i qi
vote conscious. They are realizing that thereis ,"Profiles in Courage," Faith. He said, "if you planta $ 3 3L
depicting the story of a seed in the ground, a tie"
in the ballot box and they want to
,
power young Quaker teacher who, will become manifest from
be in a position to make a contribution to that shortly before the Civil War, that seed. The seed sacri- ., ,,m '
power structure. taught Negro girls in her fices itself to the tree that F.. "!
That's what's behind these demonstrationsand home. She incurred the wrath will come from it. The seedis
of neighbors and"fellow" outwardly lost, destroyed; b ii ; t tZ
peaceful marches.It's town citizens in the city in but the same seed which is
regrettable that Alabama, Mississippiand Connecticut where she lived. sacrificed will be absorbed !':.

some other southern states could not see However, she remained and embodied in the tree, '
the wisdom of encouraging Negroes to vote steadfast and determined its blossoms, fruits and
in. her work until her home* branches. If the identity of ; .
rather than brutalizing them for trying to was invaded and demolishedby that seed had not been sacri- '
.
register. masked intruders. With ficed tQ the tree which be- is>
President Johnson is to be commended for her minister husband, she came 'manifest from it, no : "
went to Illinois to continue branches, blossoms
or fruits 'f.
his action in proposing stronger Civil Rights her valiant work. would have been forthcoming."His t ...
laws and federalizing the National Guardsfor Her courageous stand, Holiness Christ rJ' l
the protection of Negroes marching from and the stand of those today, outwardly disappeared. His
Selma to Montgomery. like Rev. Martin Luther King, personal identity became ,
'
hidden i ,,,,
who actively seek justicefor from the "
eyes even as '''> >
t. 1'" "
President Lincoln said, "This country can- the oppressed, convincedme the identity of the seed dig ',.... '.4fJtt" .. "tj.fM; ;...lti 1-f <{d' .w 1.J'"v'h..<.}'k_'. ;,:
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not exist half slave and half free." No truer that sacrifice and stead- appeared, but the bounties
words could be spoken by man. fastness in upholding humane divine qualities and perfec-
principles are the forerunners tions of Christ became mani-
Meanwhile, Alabama's Freedom marchers of the great social fest in the Christian com-
continue their journey amid hardships. With changes in the world. These munity which Christ founded
rain falling on Tuesday they scattered long-suffering souls follow through sacrificing Himself. -I
,
grasson the example of Christ, Whose His Holiness Christ, like
their camping site, so that they may be steadfastness led to His unto the seed, sacrificed ; eeij;
able to take a much needed rest, preparingfor supreme sacrifice for all Himself for the tree of
the last lap of the 60-mile journey to mankind. They heed the Christianity. Therefore His
Montgomery, their state capital. Scripture "For:even hereuntowere perfections,bounties,favors, _
ye called: because lights and graces became x aOflO
Hundreds have joined the 300 marchers and Christ also suffering for us. manifest in the Christian ? _
., a crowd of more than five thousand might leaving us an example, that community, for the coming _
reach Montgomery. ye should follow His steps." of which lie sacrificed
(1 Peter 2:21). himself"
When it is all over, we hope Governor Wallace Christ-like, these valiant In like manner, these
and those Alabamans supporting his po- souls suffer. indignities brave souls are the seeds
sition in this crisis will realize what a mistake. heaped upon them by their which sacrifice themselvesfor # ?asYzn;
they have made, and that racial harmony will of adversaries.truth They are seeds the trees of that orchardof
ready to sacrifice God's Kingdom on earth,
come about in that troubled state. themselves to become to mentioned in the Lord's P 5 P r
trees of God's will on earth. Prayer.
if.ItPAIOi M
A.P.A.CONFERENCEDirectors ; .

of the Inter American Press Association ZZFREE
held their four day conference on TIPS Wit WL DAVIMV AT K HIISI

hemisphere problems in Montega Bay Jamaica -

on Tuesday and Friday of this week,
To make your ass power uphill zip. Send your same a.d
+ The Press! Freedom Committee chairman ESTIMATE
Jules Dubois delivered the opening address, address pUs 25< to cover postage and haadliig to: :

Topics for discussion include: press freedomin iy aNwliriews' e lrstol

the Americas Journalism" in Cuba, "free CREATIVELY YOURS P.O. BOX 51 ..Q $y, awrl+y1Y1ype er"Iak; sla"wlyderts.D .
press and a' fair trial.

President Pedro Beltran of Lima, Peru will
preside at board meetings on Friday and Sat. Edison Center Station Miami, Florida 33156 I H Coistriztlor C. IMe.

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1900 snuff used by 0.26. In 1963-04 cigar usage
Gardenia Club Social Security persons 15 years and over passed the highest mark In
c 1962 the history of the entire industry. *
check was 0.32 pounds. By I
MeetsThe Do you your
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hod to
bank statement each this amount dropped

Gardenia Club met month to be sure it's cor-
at the home of Mrs. Pola rect Your credit card

Boyd, NW 11 Jh St. After purchases against your 1a IIlL 111W
the devotional servicethe monthly statements? 's OOAOTIFOL III)Nt j ,.
for Alpha Phi Alpha' gala Promen- meeting was called to How about your social f
ade honoring the Founders of the 'local chap- order and new businesswas security account? -

ter are in the mail. Paul J. Joseph is president discussed. Ask at your social security *
Among the new busi- district office for a
. of the Beta Beta Lambda Chapter.The .
ness, final plans were postcard from If you
.Edward Foxes (Betty) are delightedto made for the annual tea, would like to check your
to be held Palm Sunday, record. Fill It out, sign It,
have Mrs. Fox's mother Mrs.
Louise Arm-
April 11 at the Dixie Park and send It in you will ,
brister and sister, Naomi, visit with them. Auditorium. receive a statement of

After the meeting, Mrs. total earnings reported to I
Dr. and MJrs. Roland Burroughs Pat and
( ) Ruby Hanna celebratedher your social security ac-
their daughter, Stacy of Washington are in birthday. The hostess count. It may not Includeall
the city visiting relatives. Before returning served a very delicious earnings you had dur- 36 2 a..... .".... '
Roland and Pat will spend a couple of daysin dinner for the occasion. ing the last calendar year CIQIIIT tltVI I
Nassau.. Everyone expressed them- because of the time It OOKIlt' lUll mill A MI6UIMAI I
selves as having a takes to bring the recordsup j
very lieu TII [iiiAtuf tp nun iliStl
Sitter Lynette Grant and Naomi Butler enjoyable evening.The to date.

were hostesses to the Friendly Social Club on next meeting will If your records do not ". RESENTS'AN;
Saturday. Mrs. Naomi Newton of New York be at the home of Mrs. agree with the earnings ::
City was a special guest. Clara Brown, NW 8th statement you get from All SI.s..It.
Ave. and 66th St. the Social Security Ad- .
Harold Guinyard is representing the Dade Mrs. Edna G. Smith, ministration, write to or \
County Science Teachers Association at the president; Mrs. Helen K. visit your local social security .FEAT... ,

National Science Teachers Convention in Den- Ward, reporter. you can.Check office. as soon as (, .

ver, Colo. W .FRANk ::
Elks NewsThe your account : '
Attending the Flamingo Pistol Matche this from time to time. KeepIng : UlOISE,
week representing .the U. S. Army Pistol team Elks, will sponsor your record up to : N '
their annual Oratorical date means will root AND HIS.
you i. .
,
were Sgt.!. Merriweather Jones of Memphis
;
contest at the Booker T. benefits when you file Sgt. Albert Gibson, Jacksonville; Sgt. Rob- Washington School audi- celve the correct amount ,'.' :I CKEM %IIATtNI, '

ert C. Jones, Brooklyn and. Sgt. Jessie Battle. torium, 1200 NW 6th Ave. your application for social : a
Monday, April 5. security benefits. '2 Shows ,- 11:30 & (a.m., ;:
To Greenville, S.C. for the Link meet- ..
ing have gone Maude Reid and Gussie Dobbs. The Eloise public Johnson Is invited., secre- The smoking of rolls of FRIDAY &SUNDAY ADMISSION' .t-': 1

tary; Rolly Johnson, tobacco now known at cigars "..
wishes
Congratulations and best to Mr. and
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chairman. was acquired by Spanish SohirJoy $tJ. 'Tables''Free. ,
Mrs. Raymond Aranha who married
were on Conaulstodors who took the '
Sunday. Mrs. Aranha. the former Evelyn custom back to Europe where TEENAGE MATINEE EVERY ;:, :
Gilbert. MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED It spr.a filler loavoc hold by binder SUNDAY 3 TO 6 P.M. ttr'
Get well wishes for Viola Chinn Ishmae
are Mrs. Zelma Sanders an- leaves and wrapped spirallywith OMISSION SLOP :$;.
O'Brien and Thelma Outler. nounces the marriage of her wrapper leave. >', : .

i Deepest sympalthy is extended to the Lowe daughter, Johnnie Mae --0-- Call 443.5C11 for reservationsFree .
Thompson to Mr. Willie Joe 70% of American Nogroos
and Pinkney families.. Thomas son of. Mrs. live In the naJlon's top 25 Parking in Rear -i

Dedication of the ,Robert. King High Tow. Katherine Thomas,March 19. cltUs. In 18 of those cities

ers apartments, for the, elderly at 1403 NW' Following their honeymoon the Negro total ranges from THItISIAYAMATEUR
the happy couple will 10% In San Francisco, to EVERY MONDAY EVERY
7th St. were held to-a standing room only reside in Clyde, New York. 38.3 In Atlanta, to a MIGHT LADIES HINT ,
crowd on Sunday afternoon. Marie C. Mc- healthy 53.6 In Washington, "

:Gurie, Commissioner of, Public Housing Ad- WEDDING POSTPONED! D.C.
ministration was guest speaker. Nice to visita

couple of our folks living there during the The wedding of Nina Mae RttlBIMIHIIflpUnlMIU| UII UMlUIMaHMiliOTHt :
Shorter to ,
Johnny chandlerhas ,
house tour the ',i i"t,"
following ceremonies.Our
open .
illness.been postponed becauseof 931 People Cant Be Wrong l l.r I
annual YWCA meeting this year carried !
.
|. us ,"all around the town." Breaking.away Louise Shorter, Mother!, ,

from, tradition, a mobile meeting aboard an .
air-conditioned :bus tour guide by the board
SUNSHINE COMMUNITY
and staff members visited all of the centers. ;i'
CLUB SPONSORS TEA 1
Happy birthday to PrisciDa Riggs, Jeanise
Last Sunday, March 14,
Little Thomasina Johnson William
Campbel, the Sunshine Community held
Brown, Derek Edwards, James Lucas Jr., Al-. its 12th Annual Pre-St. sFk'y

bertha Godfrey, Jacquelyn Tookes, Luther Tea at the beautiful home of a
James Smith and Rev. J. L. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Banister o, t flr #
1040 N.W. 57th St. k kN. ka kr kr
Attending the F. S. T. A. Convention last A group from the Alia-

week and as the house guests of Mrs. Ale&e pattah Junior High Chorus
Gill were Mrs. Leonie M. Robinson, 2nd under the direction of Mr. r
William Johnson a groupof
gave
grade' teacher of Dobieville Elementary selections.Mrs. .

School, Mrs. Elsie B. Blanks, librarian, BookerT. Carmen Doubrechat ..
Washington Junior High school, and Mrs. modeled in some of the latest

Mollie M. Boone, Head of the Math. Dept., fashions showing oriental as:
Booker T. Washington Junior High school, all bathing suits all occasion
dresses with changeablecoats
of Tampa, Florida. all accessories to
match, and evening and cocktail -
During Rev. Frank C. Cambridge's illness, dresses. $

Rev.' Horace W. Lewis is serving as supply Mrs. Janice Moore, oper-
pastor of Kelly's Chapel Methodist Church. ator at Lorets Beauty Salon
had as her model Mrs. Sylvia
Eleven Miamians who graduated from Florida Me Ford wearing three differ-
This Tuesday and Thursday Ladies Nitt and Amateur Nit wt had 931
past
AI M in tiles class of 1940 and in classes ent styles of fashionable
other clubs
happy fin-loving.; customers. These were more people than all the in town "put
wigs that are worn today.
before that ending in 5 have been invited backon
Mrs. Valdez Murry with togtthtr.
17 to receive- 25-year medals. They
April
beautiful voice
her soprano THE REASONS ARE SIMPLY THESEII
include Mesdames A vaS. Brown. Viva S. rendered several beautiful ((1)) W* have the biggest and but band in Florida. (The Cousins 8-pltct Band with
Coleman, Annette E. McNeal, Alice L. Shipp, selections. Another guest sound.
the big )
Bertie Baldwin and John R. Marks, Rev. Clinton artist was Master Tynes,
; who'rendered two lovely ((2)) The best M.C. in Florida. (Butter Ball, the king of the D.J.'s).
Preston Garth C. Reeves Dr. George 1{.
selections. Mrs. Charles ((3)) The lowest liquor prices in townYou can buy half pint scotch for $2.50)).
Sands, Dr. Howard. Hadley, Charles R. Had-' Hills played soft music ((4)) The largest, most famous dance floor In the south. ((750 square ft.).

ley, David Simmons and Dr. James E. White. during clothes and the wigs.styling of the ((5)) 4-sptcial policeman to maintain the reputation the Knight Beat is famous for '.

Russian tea and (you can bt lUre at the Knight Beat).
*...... ..4tR'llst.r I punch Serving were Mrs. Verlyn ((6)) The swingingtst Ladies Nit. and Amateur Nile to bt seen anywhtrt. (Over $200in

'Sutherland, Mrs. Cox, and gifts and prizes).
: : Now! |I Mrs. Hazel Wright. Mrs. W.C. ((7)) Free valet parking. (Our doorman will park your car on lot.)
Stafford of Titusvilie, Fla..
was the guest of Mrs. Esther ((8)) All This for 50< Admission

: The books art opts : School. The Knightbtat in the past 10 years have brought to the Miami area |lust about every
The members want to thank stars in show business, from the Jatt Nat King Colt in 1951 to Jot Tex in 1965 you name

.. .. .. .......4 their ing to many make friends their tea for a help-suc- them wt have had th.... Wt now believe the majority of people have seen most of the

cess. Mrs. Mary Ellen Sims stars, with a txctptions-ond these you can't bet they will bt appearing at the Knight
was chairman of the tea and Beat-But wt will not atttmpt to bid for acts against our competitors because only you, the
Mrs. Esther Scott was co- art the losers; for example, Brook Benton appeared at the Knight Beat July 24.25-26.0.r
FRANK BOSCIATV chairman. Other members of cost with advertising $7,000; consequently wt had to charge $3.50 admission, which wt

( s..I..m.n) the Bannister club are M. Mesdames Council, D.P. believe was unrtalistic for this area and frankly wt cannot afford to bring you these bignamt

Howard, C. Lee, A. Lynch, stars without charging $2 to $3.50
DRINKS MILK. O. Rollins, O. Rogers, W. SO, effective April, the Knight Beat's policy on the wttkend will follow the same

._ Sands, E. Williams, R. as It is now on Tuesday and Thursday nights surprises, and gifts to the ladle. Amateur
amyl
(2ga. a and A.E. McNeal
Williams,
acts, plus the dancing to the best band in Florida. The admission Friday

HOW ABOUT YOU? president. The admission Friday, Saturday and Sunday Only 95*. "
David Probinsky, owner
ITS TOO GOOD TO BE dUST fOR./THE\OUNO REGISTER TO VOTE Sir John Hotel

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I .11.,11..1People. SFj-fc JA "Hw:+rixtyyts.**a wa'e 'ta Qmsx*er at "* ya sz. f y'sv 4Htf-! *$&yr. xs.ea ***W8Sfc*
2 YOUTHS GET 10 YEARSIN -.
,t Christinas: Clearing ,.'
ASSAULT CASE
DO YOU HAVE A QUESTION -
Places. r. O-A. Jm. Circuit Judge Harold R.
.. .. U ABOUT CANCER
... ......... .m... ..m. v......._m,," _,,"m.. _.... '" ''' Vann Tuesday sentenced two
which or ;your organtation !- teen-age brothers to 10 years Cancer Answer
On March 30, at 8 p.n. you
Things. each in Florida State Prisonfor
the families
check -
in the Community Services in need.Invitations can attacking a pregnant March 30 & 31, April 1

By Lawrence B. Cooper '..11 .I..u First Building Street located, at Conference 395 N.W. have been mother of three children in From 7.9 P.M.tack evening "
extended to all civic, business Coconut Grove. Telephone the
WISDOM ',COMES from Integrated march will not Room B, the first planning professional and Willie Lee Pearson, 18,
,
the mouths of babes: prove very much except meeting of the Christmaa social organizations to be and Leon Eugene Pearson, American Cancer Society
In the afternoons after that they hitch hiked to Clearing Bureau for 1965 will at this first 19, both of 125 S. Dixie FR 3-7347"or FR 1.5600
represented
school a group of kids Montgomery. And that be held. meeting. Hwy., were among four members Teams of physicians Iron
gather under our windowto the two astronauts have The Bureau which is of a Negro gang charged
play. On one ocassion I proven only that man under the auspices of the with raping! the woman, alsoa the Dado County Medical
related an Incident here can go over 100 miles into Welfare Planning Council of CHRISTIAN M. B. Negro last Oct. 1.' The Association will ho standing
that I overheard. But this space and return. Dade County has as its jury convicted only the two ofa By the 'pnont awaitingyour
tid bit I overheard between Well, anyway, come hell main purpose to see that Rev. O. D. Williams, reduced charge of assault call.
sleep and wake on or high water man has every needy family is provided pastorWe with intent to rape, last
last Friday afternoon always striven to prove .
for during Christmas, Feb. I .
takes the his point. Whether invi- 25.
cake! that are extending
and that no family will receive ....... ,.. __ .. ,
A little girl suggestedthat point tfackfired and stab- help from more than tation to everyone to visit ** "t** ** **' '"'d x --I'M.I.-"IM. fe'
they split up and bed him to death'! one source. The bureau will our church and worship I II I
play "white folks and with us Sunday all day.
colored folks." She explained While lam !In orbit it provide a channel through t (I
that they walk reminds me of the A \
down the "street" and "Doubting Thomases"who
those who are "white" say: ''See, what I MADAM GLORIA
must act cute as they told you? There's no hea- fypr R
pass and don't speak! ven. If there were those PSYCHIC AND SPIRITUAL READER
The things that go on astronauts would have
in kids' minds are won- certainly run across it up CARD READINGSIf
drous'! there!" ALICE FAYE ANN DOROTHY WILLIE MAEgL'aE
These little tykes think Heaven, I was told, is you ore in need of help, come to see this woman. She
that the reason other a beautiful and peaceful has God-given that enables her to assist in
a power you
races ignore them is only place where "good people"go a <1t'and .Land of !!Blauty
all matters such business marriage love, sickness
because they think they to rest In peace. as /
are cute! Well what about the and evil Influence. and Wta
get When the they hang grow of up what's and descriptive Russian and stories American both SPECIAL READINGS WITH THIS AD II DON You LOOK LIICIII, BTATUB,

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cence. outer space. So wonderful ( visit to Madam Gloria and you will notice a differ
the Gemini was the Twins sight that nee in your IIf. Lucky hands, charms and numbers.) PHONE FR 9-0231 1190 N.W. 3RD AVENUE
WHILE ONE segmentof forgot
the United States was about their duty and told
marching on Montgomery, of the wondrous sights to
l hold!' J
another
was blasting off
In a totally opposite direction There must be a heaven
in somewhere! You take it
a "march
o n
the moon!" from there!

Martin Luther King 0a
was leading his followersto Fish FryThe
Montgomery.Gus .
Grissom and John Hospitality Club
Young led their "follow- will sponsor a fish fry on
ers" in orbital flight. Friday night at the homeof
Each group was trying Mrs. Martha Nicholson,
to prove, a point. Grissomand If you ,like mouthwatering -
Young were trying to hot, igolden brown
prove how man can live fried fish go to Mrs. Nich-
on the moon. King and olson's Friday. Hospitality -
company: How man can Club members will be
live together on earth. there to serve you.
Most people think that
both factions are just TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO suPERVE Y NEUTRALGRAIN SPIRITS PROOF
wasting time and money.
They think that King's CHURCH SUNDAY


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Bj- ALBERT W. ,
; Let no one tell you anything about the Negro 4 g

except that he is a Negro himself. If he
__ be black like me, listen to him. He might have
something to say. Only by being a Negro and
living the life of the Negro can one compre- "EXCELLENT" rating award goes to "The Lion's, Den,"
student publication at Florida Memorial College St. Atgwi-
hend what it means to be colored. Then If he ,
be black like me he gets a deeper understanding. tine. Awarded by the Southern Regional School Press Insti
tote, the certificate is presented above by the head of'
FMC's department of English, Dr. William J. Barnhardt
Emancipation came halleluiah! With it (right) to Joseph Carl Devine, "Lion's Den" editor. ;!Score
came responsibilities
that the Negro had
no experience
ing 45 out of a possible 50 points..tlie RMC publication
with. Like
a new born baby, there he
ranked especially high in overall
-I- was. The black man was free at last. He look- appearance.
7 I ed around himself. There he was like a kid in

The Negro got himself into politics. He gota ANNOUNCING THE NEW LOCATION OF THE
candy store. He was exicited. He was per- '--- '
plexed. He was dumbfounded. He was free. ;: -
EARL CARROLL
Momentorily h e realized that this i s h i B f. >
-- -/I.I.. Father's world and everything in it was meant
Mrs. Yoldez Murray makes for dramatic debit in the for him. INSURANCE AGENCY of HAl"S .

"Gran Harp"April 2, at the Ro ey Plaio'i "Tkeotrt in The Negro got himself into politics. He got ____ -_."<- -_. .
Hit G rJn." into the limelight. Why, those colored folks 4602 NW 7th Av.u.

Mrs. Murray, a motive Mionian, careers as an instrvcter stole the "show." They were like ants in the
for At Dad Covnty Board of Public Isitr.ctlon.Pfcoto by white man's cake. They were like unto dust.
Glaaovr Stodios. They were here, there and everywhere in 759.4603I

America, in the deep South. They had just
gotten to heaven and they couldn't sit down.

p So it was that Uncle Charlie got mad, I
mean real mad. Something just had to be done r ,
p lIOMI PLAYING about those "you know what!" Charlie knew ,

TNROG CH 31 G'DRIVEIN that Negroes had a fear of spirits. lIe knew
THEATRE NIA/ that they would run from a ghost. A ghost!
Ghosts, that's the idea! The Klu Klux Klan
was born.
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[THE DAY THE EARTH SPLIT IN TWO! soul Soon cry afterward, "Lord How I heard Long?a" lynched The south Negro's SEE US FIRST COMPARE OUR RATES

changed quickly. Just as fast as the Negro had
South Florida's
first
fully integrated insurance
risen he fell.
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The Negro was removed from politics. He agency.

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thing in the deep and shallow south. He was : Remember
punished. It was as though he was a kid who I when you buy a home you can call
had been left home to be on good Behavior, : on us to write your insurance.

but had misbehaved."Uncle Charlie" was mad, I ;
real mad, like he is still mad. Thousands of : Auto Insurance

Negroes died while even more suffered daily.

Yes, the Negro has suffered. He had nothing : SR-22's filed
to begin with but "they" took that away. '

"They" took away his right to vote. But we MFIui.clry l AviHabU
shall overcome! Which goes to prove that thisis ,
our Father's worldCOUSIN.to .
PLEASE NOTE NEW PHONE 759-4601
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Men's Day at Mt. Olive Male chorus
EWsayatN,1wProvid.NC. will accompany him.

Macedonia The men have been

working very hard to
28
March '"; make this the greatest
"
f--- day In the history of the

New Providence MIs- f church.

r sionary Baptist Church, r The chairman and his

760 NW 53rd St. will ott- committees are working McGhaney i{U|

Tabor serve its fifth annualWoman's untiringly to give to tht:

Day Sunday, secondto Speaks. .
public a program
Observes 64thAnniversary h March_ 28.. ___ ... none. The public is Invited -

a+ to come and have Isn't life wonderful I

your soul spiritually llft- am sure that there is always -

M. __ a lot of Good we can
The pastor, officers and 8 find to do in this life. The

members cordially Invite jV ty, first thing we should do
4
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the entire community to i in the morning is t a k e

the observance of the r a time for prayer and

church's 64th anniversary thanksgiving, then out

program at 3 p.m. Sun- .. i In our yards, back or

day, March 28. BROXTON front and give our neigh-

Deacon J,. Cooper, ISAIAH bors a very hearty good
chairman and Sis. W. ,'Tfs. a Macedonia First Baptist morning and see If we

Bruton, co-chairman of .. Church will celebrateits will feel ten feet tall.
"' annual Men's
Day on
the church
anniversaryare
Mns. CELESTINE 28 I know that I
making their final DIXON Sunday, March beginning alwaysfeel
FRAZIER with the Sunday that way when I
plea to each member toward -
the support and Everyone is Invited to School, morning worshipand greet my neighbors both
attend evening services. adults and youth. It is a
duty he or she Is to givein ,
this Mrs. Mary F White Is wonderful way to start
financial effort.
.--__. u_ chairman; Mrs. C. J. Two very fine speakers the day.A .
They want this to be
a have been chosen to bring .
co-chairman; .,
Burney, ..
success and the success of MRS. BLOSSIE HALE Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor. the messages.In few weeks ago I told
eaoh member and friendof
C.P. BENTLEY some of the youths aroundto
Mt. Tabor. The speaker the morning at 11 in Bible
mormng bring a verseor
ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev. o'clock James Matthews Macedonia is located on
will be Mrs. Celesrtine F. a poem and Miss Paris
ST. BARNABAS W.M. Dixon of Pensacola. assistant U. S. District Douglas Road and Charles of 2261 NW
P. W. Williams, Ann Hicks
Mrs. Dixon is first vice Attorney will be the Ave., Coconut Grove. Rev.J. .
153rd St. had this to :
5871 NW 24th pastor say
Ave. president of the Wo- speaker.The A. F. Finlayson is pas-
Rev. E. A Culmer, pastorR. man's Missionary and Ed- Mrs. B. Green, reporter tor. "In the beginning was the
Richardson word and the word was
reporter evening speaker at ,
ucational Conventon, aux- The No. 2 choir will
Last Sunday was llary to the General Bap- celebrate its 7 o'clock will be the pop- Deacon Isaiah Broxtonis with God, and the word
anniversary
Men's Day. The men of tist State Convention, ular pastor of Mt. Olive general chairman. Bro.C. was God." St. John 1:1.:
March
the church responded in Inc. of Florida. beginning 26 at 8 p.m.Friday with, a musi- Baptist Church of South P. Bentley, co chair- There is real pleasureIn

a large number with anteresting The evening speaker cal program. Some of MI- Miami, Rev. K. E. Rogers. man. talking with our neigh-

.!:. program. will be Mrs. Blossle Haleof ami's outstanding choirs ,, bors.

The morning speakerwas West Hollywood. Mrs. will be present. Attention UshersAll ST. PETER'SAt Thought for the week:
Arthur Eulla. Halle is first vice presi-
Ardley ,
"God is our help; and we
Richardson was the M. C. dent of Woman's Auxiliary The anniversary will be officers and a meeting held Sun-
mem- must help someone today
for the day. Rev. Demer- of Seaboard Districtof Sunday, March 28 at 3:00: bers of the Senior and day, March 7 at American the Sacred and every day. Try this

itte was In charge of the the Seaboard Associa- p.m. with the Rev. W. E. Heart
Junior Ushers Union Association Catholic Church, 4718 with me please, and see
evening message. He tion.ANTIOCH Sims, pastor of New are urged to be NW 31st Ave., the follow- for yourself. Thanks.

spoke in the behalf of M. B. Hope M. B. Church and present and on time for ing were elected as offi-
men. We wish to thank congregation. Come out
our monthly program, cers of the Sacred Heart
our relatives and friends Opalocka to Mt. Calvary M. B.
everyone support your March 28, at 3 p.m. at St. Shrine:
who came out to be our Rev. A. H. Essix, pastor choirs both spirituallyand Matthews Baptist Church, Rev. S. Atchison, pastorC.

guests and help us make Richard Gibson, Sec'y financially. 361 NW 17th St., Rev. N. Mrs. Dorothy held, Carter, reporterA

our Men's Day a big suc- For the benefit of the F.,. Clark, pastor.A chairman; Miss Elizabeth
cess. people moving into Carol Deacon Plenty Whitehead Rolle, recorder and trea- 'Mark' Women's Day

Our chairman, Mrs. Sidney City and New Liberty president; Mrs. Eve- spicy program will be surer; Mrs. Elaine Red- will be held at Mt. Cal-

Trotman asked every City area, you are cor- lyn Davis, program chair- sponsored Between St. ding, program director. vary on Sunday, March

member to please start dially Invited to worship man. Matthew's and Mt. Zion 28, 1965 In behalf of the

planning for our church with us each Sunday I Saturday night, March for your entertainment. consists The membership of Miss Angle body Society. A has very been spiritual plan-

anniversary. Rev. Cul- am sure you will enjoyour 27 the Deacon program
soul Board is Deacon D. Hudson, Carter, Mrs. Jacquelyn ned, and there will also
mer is still under the stirring service. sponsoring aLe m o n president Anthony, Mrs. Eliza Bul- be a very fine guest

weather. Let us keep Come one, cone all. Squeeze at the church, Ellen Rolle, reporterST. lard, Mrs. Dale Uptgrow, speaker. An invitation Is

praying for him that he 1790 NW 55th St. You Charles Uptgrow, Mrs. extended to
everyone.
will be back with us very TRANSFIGURATIONFi are cordially invited. MATTHEW'S Immacula Jean Louis,

soon. Also our organistMrs. Ellsha S. Clark Jr. Deacon William Cov1n Roland Jean Louis.It Dinners will be on sale
Lillian Knowles is Vicar ton, chairman. 361 NW 17th Street next Saturday and Sun-

home doing much better The Episcopal Church- Rev. N. F. Clark, pastor is the aim and desire day, at the church. Please
Remember our shut- The Northwestern Sr. of all connected with plan to purchase a dinner.
women cordially invite ZION HOPE BAPTISTRev. the Sacred Heart Churchto
ins
and the bereaved: >fanrHies. High School Girl's Glee
you and your friends to obtain a suitable site
Its P. Freeman, pajtcr Club will render a Song AME
second annual Passion for the building of a Martin Memorial
E. Jackson Feast March 28 at 6
reporter p.m.
Sunday Musicale, April 4, shrine to the Most Sacred
MT. CALVERYRev. Mrs. Bethenla White, di- Martin Memorial AME
at Heart
4:30 of Jesus.
p.m. Our guest Services were spiritually -
D. A. Bradley pastor speaker, Mrs. Athalie high all day last Sunday rectress. The communityIs Church is still progressing -
Invited out and Rev. Donald An-
to Very
come spiritually and experiencing -
Sis. L. McGriff, clerk Range, owner of the Rev. Lane broughtthe
enjoy an evening of song. thony, Canon Administrator great achieve-
Sunday afternoon the Range Funeral Home. morning message and of St. Peter's Cathe-
the leader-
No. 1 and 2 usher boards, we all enjoyed it. Rev This event Is sponsoredby dral and Rector of the ments under
This year's theme "A ship of its capable pastor,
the male chorus and the : Jackson, the superintendent the Junior Departmentof Ohurch of the Sacred
Calendar of Rev. R. H. Johnson.
No. 2 choir went with Penance. of the
our Sunday Schoolis the church. Heart is the executive director -
pastor to Morning Star program will be climaxed asking that
everyone for the Shrine. All roads lead to our
with
Baptist Church in Prince- a crowning of Mrs. send their children out ST. PAUL AME doors for Men's
ton to the ushers anniver- Transfiguration for 1965. on open
Monday evenings at 4 NEW MACEDONIA
Day, the second SundayIn
Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor
We had o'clock
sary. a great At the Solemn EVen- for Easter prac-
time. He told us to clean tice. Mary Rawls, reporter 31G5 NW 56th Street April. Brother Grady
song Service at 7 p.m. on Holloway chairman and
,
Rev. Roscoe Jackson
up, dress up and walk Services on last Sun- ,
Sunday there will be a Rev. J. E. Jenkins will day were enjoyed by all. pastor Brother Murry James Jr.,

out.Next Sunday will be our Joint service with Christ be presiding Sunday at 3 We wish to thank our Willie J. Beard, reporterOn co-chairman. EveryoneIs
Episcopal Church. This p.m. for the No. 1 choir. very excited about this
church's anniversary at 3 many visitors and especially Sunday afternoonI
service is
p.m. Rev. T. Johnson and Lenten one of o u r There will be singing the members of the I he Young Women's Auxiliary event. The question is -

members will be there. features. Friday night from the Faysonlte and Auxllary celebrated its anni- will the men top the

Come and be with us. Father Theodore Gib- various choirs of Miamion Board of Greater Bethel versary. Rev. Oscar W. amount raised by the wo-

Visitors are always wel- son will deliver the ser- March 26. Everybody for worshipping with us. West was the guest speaker. men on their day?

come. Remember the sick mon. is welcome to come. We Remember the doors of His text was taken

and shut-in and those wish to say to all o u r our church are always fiom 1 Samuel 2:1.:

who have lost their loved visitors to know that our
: ones. Holy Temple church doors are always open. The Young Women wish ST. JAMES AME

I open to them and they Choir No. 1 is sponsor- lo thank each and every- Rev. J. 1) Blacknell,
Having FirstWoman' one of their many friendsfor
"Womanless Wedding
are always welcome. Ing a pastor
NEW HOPE BAPTIST ," April 8. Tickets their help and support Bert Cooper, reporterI
Day Don't forget prayer be purchased from In making their anniver-
may
Rev. W. E. Sims, pastorA.
meeting Tuesday sary a great success. that we
every any member of the choir.a am quite sure
L. Stephens, reporter
night at 8 o'clock. haven't that we
Amount forgotten
raised
Serviceswere Holy Temple Missionary : 22198.
Last Sunday
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. On Sunday afternoonRev. are In the midst of drivesfor
Baptist Church is having
high throughout -
very NEW SHILOH W. M. Bouyer and our building fund.In .
Its first
the day and we are Woman's Day on
,
C. P. Wiggins, pastor
congregation of New Hope
looking forward to a glo- Sunday, March 28. Eugene Jones reporterRev. Willie Powell, reporter Baptist Church, Pehokee connection with thisa

rious time this Sunday. The speaker for the W. M. Griffin, pastor May we continue to will be in charge of the, Calendar Building Fund

f to morning will be Sister J. Sunday the fourth Sun- pray for and visit the sick Helping Hand Club's Sec- Drive will be held Sun-
invite
We worship -
you P. Hodges of Lake Placid day of the month, Sunday and shut-Ins. ond anniversary. We are day. All members are
t with us. Dea. and School at 9:30: a.m. Rev. looking for each and urged to donate $2.00 toward
I. Ss; L. C. Deal extendan The evening speakerwill Ross, superintendent. The members of Anti- this effort.
everyone of .
be Mother W. K. you.Notice
invitation to each of There will be a och invite each and
program
you to their home Sun- Smith of New Bethel Baptist at 3 p.m. sponsored 'by everyone to Its annual Plaps for building are

day afternoon from 4 to Church The time is the Pastor's Aid Club. spring tea sponsored by moving steadily ahead,

6 p.m. The occasion, "A 3 p.m. The guest speaker will be the No. 2 choir Sunday but the cooperation of the

Spring Tea" 1414 NW 69 Holy Temple is locatedin the Rev. Strange. Sister March 28 at 3 p.m. to 5 L. Hill Chapter 116 is membership: Is demandedin

at 7p.m. sponsoring a tea, Sunday, order for this great
Terr. Sunday night Magnolia Park Recrea- Sheffield is president.We p.m.The
the guest speaker will March 28, 4-6 p.m. at the move to be accomplished.You .
! will hear tion Center the members of
you on Burlington ,
l Mi Miss Euphrates Abbitt home of Sis. Parlins 1311
Bro. Marvin New Shiloh asking will not be a slacker. I
r voices of St. and 21st Court, are
from Mt. Zion Baptist NW 53rd St. The
Ludlow and Sis. Nancy Opalocka. Rev. George c h e prayers for all our Church. Invited. publicis know. So come out or

Franklin in contest Davis is pastor. sick and shut-ins. send your $2.00 Sunday!




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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 26, 1965 11

Rv. Girdwr C. Taylor, R.v. J.H. Jackson to Broward County

SIGMAS PAY TRIIUTE

AMrass Itptist World Coigross Hlr.The WALTER NewsBy ROWE

Revs. Gardner C. which meets here June 25-30. DURING SIGMA WEEKEach The South Broward
Concord Earlier, in the second Post VFW
Taylor pastor Rev,Taylor is paired No. 8195 gave
Baptist Church New York former Arkansas Rep. with plenary session William R. Gam- Chapter, West"-arm Beach away an Apricot Poodle at
Brook Sigma
Joseph II. Jackson Tolbert vice-president of year Folia Boyd. The affair
and Hays in the seventh Rho celebrates ma Chapter, Fort. Pierce.
plenary the Republic of ma a national -
Liberia successful. Alfred
was
Olivet
Baptist
pastor. session in These chapters were extremely -
an addresson West affair of the sorority -
Church Chicago and president Africa will give the privileged to hear Bryant of SW 27th Ave.
National Baptist Carr: "Freedom and Responsi- response to the civic wel- known as Sigma H. Hood and 44th Ave. won the
bility." Soror Evelyn ,
Week. The Miami
Chap-
poodle. Comrades May-
vention USA Inc., are two Regional
Southeastern
Rev. Jackson will de come.Among the other speakers ter, known as Gamma cock and Overton, masterof
tentativelyscheduled
the speakers Atlanta.
of from
to address the liver toe Sunday morning are B.A. Dahunsi Nigeria Delta Sigma, Joined their Syntaktes, the 5693 post 'of Opa-
11th Baptist World Congress sermon, June 27. and Edward Singha India. sorors throughout In this Soror Bawl gave the locka were out Saturday
annual celebration. The program report of Gam-. night to this affair, also
national slogan of the so- ma Delta Sigma Chapter.In Comrade Johnson.
rority is "Greater Service this report, Syntaktes
I 'local Easter Surfs Services Sit -
Here In Miami the the significant bration Sunday March
,
Miami Easter Pageant drivers with gala-
The vehicles and and made by her sister 'Sig- 28 at the Carver Ranches
reputed to be the nation's general clerical workers, meaningful Sigma mas here in Miami. Specifically
TEMPLE BAPTISTThe Week School. Many of the offi-
was started Sun-
largest holiday service will according to the Rev. V. when this chap cials from Hollywoodwill
present its 14th annual production Wyrick, Jr., director. Missonary Society, day, March Social 7, with a" ter was only 4% years old be present. Come out

April 18 in the Tickets are $1 for general Mrs. Florence Hepburn, This"Family event took Hour in, In 1959. They entertainedthe to this affair.
place
Orange Bowl. admission and $2 in the president, will have a din the Fiesta Room of the national boule which
Sunrise services are set reserved section; however ner this Saturday at the Mary Elzabeth Hotel. The was a tremedous success. ALBANY STATE ALUMNI
for 5 a.m. with an evening entire families will be ad- home of Mrs. Eva GibUon They attended 5
Sigma Family includednot
service beginning at 7 p.m. mitted to the general section 1838 NW 5th Place. Serv only sorors, but the out of 6 boules and 9 out TO MEET
The spectacular, with a for.$2. ing begins at high noon. Philos more specifically of 10 regionals in the past
cast of more than ISO is a So inspirational is the Donation one dollar. known as friends of Sig- 10 years. While member- All Albany State College
presentation of the Raster message of the drama how- ma. Mrs. Marie Price is ship and workmanship Is graduates are urged to meet
story in dramatic tableau ever, that those unable to The Deacon's Board, the president of this small in numbers, the true at the home ,of Mrs. Doris S.
form and will include scenes afford tickets can arrangeto Deacon A. J. H ann a, group. Sigma spirit has made Harden 2300 N.W. 152nd
from the Christmas Nativity receive complimentarypasses. chairman, will sponsor its these shortcomings seem Terrace March 28, at 5 p.m.
Passion Week and buildingof first States Rally at 3 p.m. (IIS), those Interestedin inconsequential. Syntaktes Business ofVitallmportance.
the Jerusalem Wall. Additional formation can Sunday. Each deacon will Sigma, having Mrs. Hood was presentedwith
Opportunities still exist be obtained from Pageantry, represent a state and the Gwendolyn Howard as a token of appreciation greetings from soror Al-
for persons wishing to take Inc., P.O. Box 7265. Ludlum people who own that state president and also the ,.In the form of a gift, lene V. Taylor.It .
part in the production. Nail Branch, Miami, or by phoningMO are expectd to support its Rhoers, Junior and Senior by the sorors of Gamma is a fact accepted that
ed are ushers seamstresses, 51513. representative by paying High School girls in whom Delta Sigma Chapter. She when success comes to a
their "taxes." Each one Is the sorority has taken an was assured that the size group and when the affairs -
free to choose his state. active developmetal interest of the gift in no way reflected and plans of a group
Greater Betkel AME Plans This promises to be an Interesting Along wrlth the magnimity of the continuously prove suc-
I andour Rhoers were their moth- spirit of the givers. cessful, some recognition
program, ers. Together these groups must be given the leader
For Ckirch Anniversary deacons cordially Invite combined their one inter- Her speech was astute of that group. Good lead-
all their friends. and from beginning
significant -
ested, Sigma Gamma Rho ership dedicated and sin-
Greater Bethel AME guest minister at Greater and to end. Each
gave rise to a beautiful cere leadership, reflects
Church membership has Bethel March 21. The Baptist program that justly soror felt a moving desireto itself most vividly in the
set May 3-9 as the church and significantly initiatedthe rededicate herself and final analysis of what a
anniversary. This year In his 54th year as a Ministers' Sigma Week celebra- continuously revive the group does not what It
Mrs. Margaret Carey will minister of the gospel, tion. spirit of Sigma Gamma promises or desires to do.
Rev. Ward Is 76 years Rho. Syntaktes Hood admonished -
serve as chairman of the CouncilThe The Gamma Delta Sgma
steering committee. young and he was a wel- Sigma Week has as Its her sisters to chapter of Sigma Gamma
come wit for the begin- Council met at 11 primary objective focusing uphold the ideals Rho has such dedicatedand
Beginning May 3, Boards ning of spring. He choseas a.m. Wednesday with the 'on youth, being par- and principles upon which sincere leadership in
and clubs of the church his topic, "Can You chaplain, the Rev W. O. ticularly concerned with Sigma Gamma Rho was its basslleus Soror Eunice
will sponsor programs Prove What You Say or Mundy conducting the the broadening of their founded. She reminded us Liberty. Because this is a
nightly. Special features Think to be True?" He devotion A very interest- cultural, intellectual, mo- that the most basic, most recognized truth, it was
will include music, drama challenged the congrega- Ing and informative les- ral and spiritual scopes of significant of these prin- Soror Allene Taylor's
and pageantry. tion to "Prove to be son was then taught by the week are geared to ciples rest In our truly great pleasure to present
something ,to yourself and the Bible expositor, the the needs of youth as In- living the Sigma life, exemplifying Soror Liberty the Sigmaof
Rev. P. W. Williams.
Aigain this year, the then prove your worth to Arthur dicated. daily those the Year plaque.
The Rev.
F.
celebration will Include a others through traits of moral and spiritual Honor ana recognitionwere
your Reed was presented to Following closely the
church banquet: honor- character that iden- to her for her
given
deeds.
design Friday March
the Council by the Rev.L. on ,
Ing outstanding membersof R. Ross. The visitor 12, at Soror Mable D. tify finer women, Sigma outstanding work in youth
the church, living and He charged the mem- spoke briefly, advocatingthat Barlow's home, the sorority women, everywhere. The activities. A most hearty
dead. Mrs. Marian Mul- bers to "Prove to be an the ministers work celebrated It's tenth sincere Sigma is loyal to and genuine congratulations -
drow, chairman of the Instrument for God to whole-heartedly for the anniversary, using the our great cause, and In to Soror Liberty.
souvenir program, has indicated help the people In Miami. upbuilding of the church, theme: "The Training of this world of today she Is Sigma Week .nas now
that committee Show the community that splrituallly, morally and Youth is Our First Con pledged to keeping the come and gone, but it's
members will contact you God Is a remedy for these economically.The sideration.: Sigma light ever burningso true purpose lives only.
for your patronage.Rev. times." evangelistic campaign that our youth and our But actually, we can't
under auspices of Joining in this affair world can see and admire measure it by days, for
S. A. Cousin, pas- Referring to the the Council, I sin pro- were sister Sigmas of the the trail we have blazed. to a true Sigma, every
tor of Greater Bethel, announced Marching Alabamians and gress at Mt Olivette Bap- Gamma Gamma Sigma Gamma Gamma Sigma day is Sigma Day, every
the goal for the their well-wishers, Rev. tist Church, the Rev. I. C. and the Gamma Iota Sig- chapter received birthday week Is Sigma week.
occasion and stated that Ward said we can marchin Micklns, pastor. The les- j

many leading citizens Miami by bringing son Monday evening was >oooooooooooooYOU '
will witness the full weekof someone to church, doing taught by the Rev. Tun- .
acivities. Mrs. Naomi the very best on the Job sell and the message delivered -

W. Symonette is in chargeof and proving yourself on by the Rev. J. E. ABE A FAILURE? :,
Jenkins
music and Mrs. Marian the Job. Tuesday night :
the Rev. Edward 'T. Graham -
H
I
Shannan Is director of As the Invitation to Join brought the lesson '

publicity.The the church was extended and the Kev. K. E. Rod-I I .: : 'Financially? &e ,r

author of "Wit four adults anu live gers delivered the mes I ,
Wisdom and Wisecracks" children joined. sage. The meeting closes I "
one of the of Afri- Friday night. j jj : ': : :j',; ', : : ,
sages Mrs. Florence Moselywas j ,;. 'tN .,, *'< -f Socially? ;."14" '
can Methodism, Dr. A. named new leader ST. MARY'S M. B. .I ; '
Wayman Ward presiding for class No. 70. ; ':.< 4't t ;i ,;:<\t, ', x
1 r iWi ''
elder In Chicago, was the Hev II V. Stuart, pastor ,:,*'>: 4 l1-\ :':>,' ,I A >1 '

Miss D Major, reporter 4 ':' :{;'k"., ".'" '<><,'/, v Mentally? '""<
SALTER'S CHAPELRev. are looking for you there. Sunday there will be ( ,. .
Choir No. 2 will go to St. Testimony Service. The 4
H. J. Benson, pastor Mary Wesleyan Methodist male chorus will furnish 4

F. Marshall, reporter on 5th court and 17th music morning and night. Do have lalnd filled
Sunday, March 21 marled St. next Sunday at 3 p.m. Choir No. 2 will cele- you a
the ending of the 2nd Mrs. LucIIe McCrae was brate its 3tth! anniversary .
quarterly conference beginnIng elected as a steward for Sunday at 4 p.m. The entire with FEAR ?
on Friday night, he District Conference church Is invIted. A
March 19. This meetingwas and Mr. Cleo Rankin was unique program has been
held -by Presid- elected for a steward for arranged by the program
our do THE CESSGAP SOCIETY has a practical program that can change the
We hope
1ns Elder the Rev. J. B. the annual conference in committee.
Blake of the West Miami December in Fort Lau- all the choirs that have C direction of YOUR life from failure to success. THE CESSGAP SO-

Dls'rlct. Rev. Blake derdale. been invited will be there CIETY starts by helping you change your mental attitude from NEGA-
thanking all in ad- .
you
preached a powerful ser- ;Mrs Mable Wilson, you vance. TIVE THINKING to POSITIVE THINKING. Then THE CESSGAP
mon In
the 11
a.m. service -
The holy spirit ran have our deepest sym- Our Men's Day is In SOCIETY'S practical programs will help you to Increase your Income,

high. your pathy mother.In the Don't passing forget of ar fu.l, asked swing.to do All their captains best.. C to Improve your Business Knowledge and Techniques, to gain Confidence

Stewards, stewardesses the sick and shut-in. Bro. Leon Kelly Is goIng .5 and Poise in all of your Social Activities, and to aid you in
and trustees all out to make this ,
were con- handling each of your own Personal Problems.
firmed In the 11 a.m. ser- the best Men's Day we (
vice by the Elder. Most have ever had.: Refresh- ..rrti..rr...rrr.yr.rrrrrrrr.rrrrrn.rrrrr
Hoards and clubs reported Ushers to Meet at ments are on sale every < The' : CESSGAP SOCIETY.
100 percent. The Sunday at the church ; 1099 N.W. 3rd Avenue
Rev Georpe Washington, Peaceful ZionThe hall. J Cessgap ;Miami, Florida'

pastor at Marathon, was monthly Union of
our guest Sunday night. the Ushers' Federation ST. MARK | : Dear SIfilJ
We were so !iglad to have Association will be held Society :
hIm. He brought the mesSage Sunday, March 28 at 3 Rev. C. W. Wade, pastor I Please send me further Information :
!about the C.ssgop Society and Its
will be held at program.
It
:\ for the evening and p.m. The morning service j
his subject was "You Can Peaceful Zion M. B. was as usual with o u r J CULTURAL. ECONOMICAL 'd'amlnteruedlnl. \ .
not Bear Your Burdens Church, 2100 NW 68th St. In change. )- ( )
Alone." A very unique and pastor < SPIRITUAL GROWTH OF ALL : Attending your study programs
The evening service was (
elaborate program has conducted by Rev. PEOPLE. : / ) Your monthly publication
Rev. H. J. Benson left been planned for your en- >
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celebration. Deacon Edwin Ramsey, help the Willing Culver'l E '
District The Conference West MIami president; Willie J. Beard, Club celebrate its FLORIDA > j City ---_________.Tel,-_______

will convene March 31 reporter; Rev. C. P. Pres- bury versary.will Rev.be the 37i-6545rrrr: .....................r.U.r.r......:
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, March 26, W65

Cherished MemoriesIn RICHARDSON. RANGE


!'1" 1< '.;1;;.;' :".: .. :';.: \.: '<,'.":",. : YC' .. ,." ,::J.1'1! '''l: !1!' our beloved loving mother memory, of STAFFORD MRS. SOP of H R 475 0 NIA NW 1795 JOHN NW PINCKNEY 73rd St., died at of

CAI ) :' ,11IS. HENRIETTA 9th St. died March 22. Sheis 1 his home Saturday, March
;.. S.IIIIO ".; MRS.THOMASwho survived by a son :20. He had lived in Miami
Carlton William Stafford, for 41 years and had
been a teacher at Booker
two grandchildren, two
left u s March 19,
T. Washington High for
cousins and a daughter-
CARD OF THANKSMrs. IN MEMORUM MMEMORIAH 1958 and father. in-law. Services held on 17 years. Survivors are

Friday March 26 in the his wife, Alezellne, a sis-
,
Ellen Sturrup of In loving memory of. In loving memory of chapel with Rev F. J. ter, Mrs. Vlvllora Gainey
Coconut Grove .wishes to my dear husband the late I T4 Hicks officiating. Green and other relatives.

I take this method .of extending Services Saturday 1 p.m.
1 sInc i'e' thanks '... "" ULYSSES WILLIAMSof at Mt. Tabor Baptist
i and appreciation to her 1508 NW 6th Court, Church. He will lie in
1 many friends for the died March 22. He is sur- repose at the chapel 2

i many kind words of expressions i vived by two sisters, Miss p.m. Friday.
Minnie Williams of Jack- I
1 cards, flowers, I.. sonville and Mrs. Ida ROBERT LEE' ''WOODS

telegrams and other Robinson of Donaldson- of Key Largo, died March

acts of kindnesses shown "rq r +ta vllle, Ga.; two nieces, Mrs. 18. He is survived by his
during the recent loss of 4 Clara Morton and Mrs. parents,' Mr. and Mrs.
her two' sisters, Annie \, Eva Cruse. The body was Robert Woods; three

Chambers, Johnson of .. :.;- \) ( 41 shipped to the Moore's brothers, two grandmothers. -
New York City and Re- ,,\ Funeral Home In.Donald- Services held Thurs-
i manda Culmer of Nassau, sonville for final rites. day in Key Largo.
Bahamas. Special thanks

i to Rev. Brown of Nassau, .' .,., .. MRS. FLORA BELL MISS DORIS F. HUF-

J the choir and memlfers of . ..... MILLER of 5% NW 5th FIN of 4521 NW 14th Ct.
the conregation and to the .it. Ave., Dania, died March died Maroh 21. She wasa
j\ Demeritte Funeral Home. . '-0 22. She is survived by a student at Allapattah
.
;
.. sister, Mrs. Virginia Git- Elementary School. Sur-
. .. MRS. GERTRUDE; DAVIS I l'. ,. _:..r:::!ra_ tens of Dania, a brother, vivors'are her parents,
IN MEMORIAM > ." REV. E. M. THOMASwho Sam Brady of west Palm Mr. and Mrs. Huffin. Ser-

In sad but loving mem- who passed to the Great departed this life Beach, three nieces, Mrs. vices Saturday 10 a.m. at
Beyond March 28, 1962. Layres Jordon of Cocoa, New Providence Church
of dear wife,
ory my March 22 1963
,
Gone but not forgotten. ; Mrs. Margaret Williamson She is presently in reposeat
DEACON WILLIE G. Calm the bosom of thy
The Family on- of New'York City and the funeral home

3'1 McGETH Mrs. Mary Covington, God Mrs. Julia P. Smith of
daughterMrs. Fair spirit, rest thee now! MISS MARY .ELAINE
Miami; three nephews.
this life
who
two departed March 27 Ruby Jones, E'en while with ours thy Services Saturday at the MOND, the 10-year-old
1963. years ago daughter footsteps trod, chapel at 2:30 p.nx with daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

N My heart still aches with June, Jake and ;His seal was on thy brow. Rev. Fred J. Hicks offi- Earl Mond, 1511 NW 53rd
Mack Davis, sons ciating. St., died as a result of an
f lonelinessMy shed tears Mrs. Margie Davis, Dust to its narrow house accidental drowning Sat-

God eyes knows how many much I daughterinlawTom beneath! WILLIAM MOSS, 1909 urday, March 20. She wasa

miss you Covington, Soul to its place on high! NW 5th Ave., died March student at Allapattah
son-in-law.: 22. He leaves a wife, Lillian Elementary. Besides her
that have
As I end the second sad Bennie Jones Jr. They seen thy
she is survivedby
parents
Frederickand
year. soninlawAnd look In death ; two sons,
Wife and Children Grandchildren No more may fear to die. Vivian; a daughter, several sisters and
Brothers. Services Friday
Mrs. Sarah Surson. Ser-
vices Saturday at t h e 11 a.m. at St. Luke Bap-
Lone are the paths and
IHKHORUH II M..ori. sad the bowers, St. Peters American tist Churoh.
Catholic Church with the
In everlastng memory Whence thy dear smile Is Rev. Donald Anthony DUDLEY GREEN, of

of of our darling mother, gone; presiding. Homestead died March 19.
In loving
memory But oh! brighter home Survivors
MRS. GERTRUDE a are Margaret
dear mother sister
our ,
ELLEN
ALflURY
than Green Charley Green and
McINTOSH grandmother and aunt, ours, ,
Twenty-fifth anniversaryin In Leaven; Is now thine ALBERT. Garlan Chaney Servicesare

, who departed this life__' LJ Heaven. own. Mrs. Jennie Knowles, incomplete.MRS. .

i.I March 19, 1960. ,1 Sweet memories will linger Miss Sallie Thomas and 1413 NW; 1st place, resi- GENNIE MAE
* Josiah McIntosh, Mrs. Lewis
9h. forever, Daisy dent of this community
husband 5 } r BRIGHT of 2161 NW 5th
f l.j Time cannot change them daughters for more than 41 years, Ave., apt. 4, died March
\: Mrs. Lula M. Jones, 'tis true Charlie W. Thomas, son died March .17; Services 17. She is survived by

Richard Nathaniel Rolle Years that may come and Family Saturday 2 p.m. from the her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

cannot sever Trinity Wesleyan Meth- John McKay of Ocala; four

!. MtMorira Our loving remembrance CARD OF THANKS Jodlst I Church, Rev. Geo. sisters Including Miss
of you. Johnson, officiating. McKay of Miami. Services
In sad but loving
The family of th* Her survivors are three held March 22.
memory of my dear hus- Memories late. brothers, Dewitt of Tam-
treasuresno
are
band, tr/ .. one can steal MILLER MARTIN pa, Lloyd of this city and WILLIAM JOHNSON,
.... Earl of Nassau, nieces of 2145 NW 5th Place
;;".f..1 Death is a heartache no wishes to express their and nephews. ded: March 19. He ''had
.q ,nt one can heal. thanks and appreciationto i ... lived In Miami for more
.. .... Some may forget now all who assisted themIn i MRS. VIOLA JAMES, than 50 years, and had
MRS. MALVINA DAVIS that you're gone their hours of bereav- 2230 Service Road, Opa- been employed by Crown
who But we will always remember ment, a very special locka died March 18. Survivors Distributors for a great
March departed 14 1960. this life on and on. thanks to the Mt. Sinai l are. three daugh- period of time. Survivorsare
Five had to Always in our hearts. Baptist Church Fan ny, ters Mesdames Julia his widow Mrs. Mary
part years ago we The Albury Family Antlers Temple, No. 39 Walker, Annie Lou Mur- Johnson, 7 grand children -
No. 4 Pall Bearers Society ray, Viola Brown, seven : three great grandchildren
With the mother we lov- and to the many sons Willie W., William, and other rela-
ed with aU.our hearts CARD I OF THANKSThe friends and neighbors for Moses, Mark L., Charles, tives. Services were Wed-
She won't come back; we floral designs, telegrams, David, Robert, James; nesday in the chapel.
know 'tis true, family of the late cards and donations. five sisters, three brothers -
i'; Thanks also to the Range 28 grandohildren. He JOHN McCLENDON of
But some day, mother, r Funeral Home. was shipped to Ocllla, Ga. 777 NW 51st St. died on
we'll come to you. r Ruth M. Spann, daugh. for final rites. March 21. Survivors are
Forgive us, Lord, if we ItI And children. his sister, Mrs. Cleo Ca-

should weep Willie Thomas, 243 NW mon, William Harvey,
ABRAHAM LEE For the mother we loved 14th St., died March 20. nephew and George Mc-
and longed to keep. Card of Thanks Arrangements are Incom- Clendon, cousin. He was
who R
this
departed life
Lovingly rememberedand plete. shipped to Soperton, Ga.
March 31, 1964. greatly missed by: I The family of the late for final rites.
God knows how muchI MIRIAM SPARROWwho AYCII ROBINSON,

miss you. Never shall James Alexander Davis, B4_ departed this life died in the Kendall Hospital -
your memory fade. son, Miami March 6th, wish to thank March 18. Servicesheld
Frances Delevoux, e the many neighbors and Monday. There were Gov. Burns Meets
May you rest in peace.
Carrie Lee, wife daughter, Miami .' : friends for their kindness no survivors. With Voters
.Margaret Clark during our hours of be-
MRS. ANNIE VAUGHN
,
IN MEMORIAM daughter, Miami I reavement.thank We sincerely 2174 NW 49th St., died on League
Joseph C. Davis, son F everyone for con- March 23. Arrangementsare
New York dolences, telegrams and Governor Haydon Burns
In sad and loving me- In complete.
Albertha B. Ferguson, floral pieces. met Monday In Tallahassee
-
mory of our dear hus- Our special thanks to,
daughter, Boston Mass. with a delegation
band and father, Evelyn Davis, daughter THEADORA DENNISON Rev H. W. Moss of New FRANCIS f-om the Florida Voters
Miami ATLAS Mt. Zion Baptist Churchof Leaeue. statewide Negro
fs:; who died March 2, 1965 in Homestead, Fla. the CHARLES RICHARDSON political group, to discuss
Prince Farrington, Asbury Park, N. J. wishes doctors and staff of Jackson 1780 NW 73rd St., economic opportunities for
brother, Miami to express heartfelt Memorial Hospital died March 19 at home. Negroes.

Ruth Hankersonsister thanks for the many kind the doctors and staff of Services Saturday, 2:30 League president L. V.
West Palm Beach expressions of sympathy Lincoln Memorial Nurs- p.m. at New Bethel Baptist Davis! of Gainesville set

Grandchildren nieces during our bereavement.W ing Home of Goulds Fla, Church with Rev. E. un lh! onoolntment thru
and nephews' Williams officiating. Remains .. .
-
e extend special and the wonderful staff W. Y. White, executive
As will repose in thechapel to the
thanks to friends of secretary governor.
of Francis
Funeral
bury Park the Jolly Ten Home. 2 p.m. Friday, until 1 There Is a report that
MNEMMIAM Social Club, the Manager May God bless all of you. 9 p.m. then at home at Miami members of the
14' and co-workers of Phyllis The Family 10 p.m. Survivors Include Voters League were miffed -

In sad but loving me- Wheatley Cafeteria, employees his wife, Perline; two because they were not

mory of our dear mother, of Fontainebleau CARD OF THANKS sons, Alfred and Charles invited to take part in the
Hotel neighbors amtfriends Jr.; seven daughters; Mrs. discussion.

MRS BETTIE ROSS of 6th Ave., the We the family of the Francenia Hill, Mrs.

Rev. F. J. Hicks, Harris late, Henrietta. Symonette, Edna
who departed this life Funeral Home of Asbury Rolle, Janet Helen, Jac-
March 31, 1964 Park and the Richardson WILLIAM GRAHAM quelyn and Shirley; a sister -

I Memories are treasuresno Funeral Home. wish to express sincere Mrs. Esther Hepburn. ATTENTION
one can steal May God bless all o f
thanks and
'appreciation CHURCH REPORTERS!
I ALEC GARDNER Daath is a heartache no you.Joseph. for the many cards, flow- MRS. MARY MILLER,
a heal Atlas husband 2400 NW 159th St. died i
one can ,
and condo-
ers, telegrams ii
who departed this life March 24.
Mrs. Celestine Burn- Arrangementsare i ii
Some may .forget you, lences that have been extended -
March 25 1964A incomplete.
side AuntMesdames Survivors
but we shallRemember to us during our
from Iva Clark Include a son, Herbert
precious one us bereavement.Mrs. ;
you no mat- All church nws must bIn *
Is and Naomi Sea Foster daughter-in-law, Marie
gone, ter how long. Ella Davis, niece
love is still Sisters. Miler. our olfic no later than
A voice
we Amos L. Ross son Mrs Ira Williams sister
r A place is vacant In our 7 p.m. Mondays for publication ,
Olivette B. Ross daugh- Baby Girl World, daughter -
-hearts, terinlawThe of Mr. and Mrs. David in Friday's issue.

That never can be filled Ross and Carr WORSHIP WITH YOUR FAMILY THIS SUNDAY World of 1770 NW 53rd
Lurena Gardner and
Family St. died March 18. Ser- --Id.
Family vices held March 25.

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Reconstruction. .
FOR RENT 1 M..I>>.,. of Indian tribes>> During

, .. ,. : ; : :' .. : : : : ; FRONT BEDROOM, twin CBS DOLL HOUSE owned EManclpotlon Negro, .1.ProclanMtlon.tboso .... Aft.r, Negro In Solma was, AI.octal.......city ludg.

"CLASSIFIEDFOR ; .1. : ; :1 beds. $13 week. Call PL 0--
: ;, : : : 7-6672. Indians not only freed
.. ,.' i $300 DIWI .... slaves but ... thom
Furnished 1-bedroom full ....bar. of .... trlbos. r -fr-S i.12 i.- 7
!
SALE FOR SALE"I apt., large rooms, quiet,
no children $18 per wk '
II'LEX'
BARGAIN HUNTERS' AM THE GREATEST"To 1323 NW 58 Terr. Phone. $65 M.it BEDROOM
SPECIAL. $195 down for the owner 5323206.UNFURNISHED. NEW BARON HOMES I .
quality
buyer who
1220.22 N.W. 42ad St.
3-bedroom 2
brand new ,
is looking for a luxury- APT. 1921 N.W. 50th Street
bath home. Model open type house that has Call R91-JW43 or Inquire 2 BEDROOMS, A-ONE 12 hodroons, 1 hath each I III'
Sun. 1-5 p.m. 541 NW 44 1135 N.W.41st Street
St. JE 1-6902. everything Including low 1641 NW 64 St. SHAPE SEE II2SNV |.'. Excellent locatioa.
price and best terms. Inspect I 3 largo It..,...., 2 hath, I
me Sunday 1-5 p.m. NICE ROOM, 2141 NW 2STH TERRACE. $14,500$450J.w. FHA.
INCOME PROPERTTY. 3- at 817 NW 43rd St. JE 70 St. Phone 691-6590. I' Fla rooa, 11r','. Opta I -- -- I
bedroom CBS home plus 1-6902. I 35. Easy ler... Choico
2 bath I 5.1..... ... Soloslodios
2-bedroom, apt. In ROOM IN heart of Liberty iacoaio property fey s.le.L. '
rear plus garage on CALL OWNER
City, $8.50 double ...te1 c
lots. Coraor
lot. We have 4-BEDROOMS r I'
large key.
telephone, 1545 NW 68
Call Fenster Realty, Bro- Z-baMis. $250 down, stove St. OX 1-2494. WI 5.9116 1 150.100. Good for chorchor I /1 I II II

ker, PL 98779.2BEDROOM new refrijf.. air cond. $73 ...1.....
month, $9.500 total FHA. ROOM. Furnished, very I FORTUNE REALTY I II II

HOME CUS Phone 751-2243 for address decent neighborhood, all WE BUY LAND, HOMES, (Rag. Broker)
Fla. room. $12,000, $400, Ben-Korl, Realtor.NO adequate facilities, pri- ACREAGE. BUILD ON I I II
down payment. Location, vate bath, private entrance S $2,500 Til I .... 79TH STREET
1815 NW 88 Terr. Open QUALIFYING parking facilities, ,. YOUR LOT OR OURS. I iI

Sunday 1-5 p.m. Also duplex ly furnished Fl- single man preferred, N... U..."? Cell Baroa PHfiflE 7614251
cottage $250
CBS, 8840 NW 18 down and 1444 NW 38 St. HIVI Cwfc? I II
Ave. FHA. Seller move right m!
paying
Modern JE 0'IMwwrnms/
furniture and ap Ask for Arthur
closing cost. Open Sunday pliances. HELP WAITED Solo.on..J
Freshly painted ..
1-5 p.m.NEW -
and I WILL KEEP child
very pretty. Keys at your 121 RV 48TH STREET
Life in home while v o u
Realty, Realtor my
4932
!! NEW!! 3-bedroom, NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. work. 691-2339. Lillian ..,. .. -- ..".... ,. ,_ .
2 bath CBS homes. Re- Open evenings Longly. "- tI.r 0' : ?
and Sun-
.' :
duced for this week. New days. \, "' ,

Genie Homes!!! Location, WAITRESS at Royal Owner sells today. I ,.i;,," ".4, 't! -J .
521 NW 46 St. This one NO CLOSING COSTS rive-In, 68W NW 15 :I .l,<: ,1'ff.:,.I .' -r T", ',
has garage. 1121 NW 75 Modern CBS Ave. Huge 3 bedroom, CBS. ( "" .,. 7 (
St., 1141 NW 75 St. Open $600 down and duplex.$90 Only a Move right in. Beautiful ,iil. ,...,iL, 1Ji.1--,.1:., ", "'_)-r ;:jA4\! .;_;,:. ,.., ,..,A"W'".. r.. i$,It._ ),

Sun. 1-6 p.m. Don't miss month. Live rent free! CARPENTER Widow comer. $73 month. 1E.LL TRADE MTU YOU AND GIVE YOB TOE CASK
this. Fenster Realty, Bro- 2-t* rooms each side, will give $2,500 equity in ;
ker. PL 98779.FANTASTIC tile roof, appliances. 2-bedroom modern house.
Large yard, fresh paint. Balance mortgage is CALL OWNER OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 1 to 6 ,...
CBS. Home Life Realty, Broker 4932 small at $55 month for
with garage, extra large NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. building back porch with VI 5S88SREDUCE 1221 Rff GIlD STREETS

lot. Appliances, sprinkler Open Sundays, evenings. shower bath. You furnish! .. this broad BOW ..... COM over ..I hove a talk with

system, barbecue pit. 1730 material can be good ..I.....
NW 83 Terr. Go by then NOQAULIVING--3- used material. Informa-
call Fenster Realty, Bro- bedroom CBS cottage. $300 tion call 696-4014. -0--
ker, PL 9-8779. down and move right in! ALSO SEE THESE:

Appliances, fenced yard,
MONEY MAKING freshly painted wonderful LOT Nice location, 49 Looo .g> to f Saa.aJtiI 2niNffMTH STREET
PROPERTY location near buses, St. between 29 and 30 .....> $250 Jew FHA $46 a.mi .odb
1-2 bedroom, 1 bath and schools, shopping. Key at Aves. Will build to suit
1-bedroom, 1 bath. Two Life Realty. Broker. 4< 32 If have a lot to DrLoag1S48 1 m mo STREET
separate houses. Fully NW 7 Ave. PL ft-4371. you.sell call you us. Also we build S.W. lot St.C3RS0UBATE A largo 3 bodrooai BOOM $600 dowa $M o ...t..
Open evenings and Sun-
furnished. Call NE -5--
and repair.
2 Duplex, 1-bedroom, 1 days. n 44740
bath each. Fully furnished. 3-3198 or 691-5851. HO OJAUFYINfi!!!

NO CLOSING COSTS .......
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3 4-bedroom, 1 bath. 3-bedrooms, 2 baths CBS, --------------------------Y6BB----------------------- 1866 NW 5ht Street 0.. FHA atg. Small dowa poy-

Separate entrance for 2 $3.')() down, $89 month. RERTSRIALROVFORHOREYMIHeHR .tat.

rear rooms. Fully fur- Large enclosed front M MOT 5263 NW 41 it Street A ".Ir. B.I., co.plotoly ropairod. -
porch, 2 kitchens, fresh-
nished. Oso FHA.t.S.II....
ly painted, near school SMALL PAYMENTS
May be purchased sep- and shoopine. Key at ,.,...t.
arately or all together. S 1,000 S 20 ....*
Life Realty: Broker. 4932 A SUPER SPEOAU!!
Down payment and bal- NW 7 Ave. PL 9-437U S 2.000 .. $ 30 ....t..

ance mortgage arranged.at 6%. One Excel Open evenings and Sun- $10.000 T $100 ....t.. 1741 KV nt STREETA

lent offer. See me at days. terrific CBS ho.. $250 d... $69 a Booth
LOANS ON VACANT HOME, LOTS OR ACREAGE
property Sunday from 2-5 I.IKE NEW ells $250 WE HAVE KEY CALL USIII
P.m., 4110 NW 23 Ave. down and $58 month. I., ..* 2nd Mert.....

Fenster Realty, Broker, .Talniisted windows, refinished Ell EVERY DAY IRCLUDIRG SATURDAY SUNDAY
PL 9-8779. floors, new kit- R. I. Icroa MortliliS
chen cabinets | and fix- ALL DAY
OPEN SUN. 2 0 P.M. tures. This house is like 14535 N.E. 5th Avenue Mortgage Broker
745 NW 47th Street hrand new. Key at Life rwwwr Aanr..aw!f/-' JI
Nice large CDS 3-tocd- Realtv. Broker. 4932 NW .
room screened porch, 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open ;" : ..,...,:.IW"y.J 11'1' j'r..i'.
dining room garage, pa- evenings and Sundays.NO 4' I ,.1o' 4I' "

finished.patio, hardwood floors- re- ,. ; ,33'! MW'J': Avenue 43y4-.. J.;

inside. Newly painted CLOSING COSTS 'Y.- ,, -'., -, o-*, ." '. .r3u
Only $350 down Lovely 2-bedroom homein
$78.30 month ,, ...
$11,300 Manor Park $2!O down "
.....,
a 422R5
FHA. Owner ; ,
Enclosed
pays closing and $77 month. -
costs. Shell Realty, Bro front and rear porches, P
ker 4260 NW 7 Ave. separate iraraee, new roof. $ RJ 3
758-5551. rue. apnllances. some
furniture freshly! painted. -- ..,.... ........"'''';0.''' ..- ,. EDISON Specials
,
GORGEOUS corner CBS Kev a' Uf Realty) Pro- '."CL'IES'$' .
duplex, 5 years new, 2- ker. 4932 NAV 7 Ave. PL ,

bedroom each side, 2 9-4371. Open Sunday ;: ELEBTIC.C :Y>.GAS J .LI..E, I < '
utility rooms, '" :
-
carport, : :. '.T'fii"E' 2j' i
.
TNEE' :'OPEN Si iY
built in
HOME .
ovens. Some fur- pT.11TTF1Ji ,
: .
nUure. $700 down, $17- REDUCED $1,000 : ,!i '4 COMPLETELYfUESIiOS: : ,FIIINI, ,.. .p ./; 0fl; .. \ ... Ash. : ;'1"
500 FHA. Lovely area. Open Sun. 2-5 p.m. 1710 J ., .,v, .. .'? . >
Realty Near everything Broker. 4260 Shell NW oak NW floors 83 Terr., earage.3-bediooTi$350, :(CBS, ; M. comor,. tilt:.roof.,, ."Geti $11,'"' total,".0.iN.94 {,

7 Ave. 758-5551. down. Ben-Kori Realtor, o eS ;'$ aeat6:FHA 1e..1., '.:

anytime 751-2243.
DOLL HOUSE 2-bed- no ....'..TIIIIIME
room CBS plus carport, a MONTH s
real bargain. $9',000. Small Like new$79 2-bedroom CBS, '3 w,..., CBS, the roof,',largo ......1. cornet lot.:Sprlok'

down payment. "A RealDeal" beautiful oak floors tile ; '. ,jar I. systf, carport' o.l, $3M.... :FHA. "
Don't miss this roof, good stove and refrigerator "' '
one. Fenster Realty, Bro- $300 down, ..,j '!'J"J ;;jN'M.4nnTmm
ker, PL 98779.5BEDROOM $11,800 total, Ben-Kori "-' : "" \ ,,(' : ,' .
::1i
Realtor anytime 751-2243. :' }: / 'SECUI'"ITY" ,j'i; I.."1.">"' 1" ,', ;. .jNo
.IM 'It 1"
CBS home, Ji. ... fr.... .. : ( fIg,FHA olroody ploctj.:$78 Boat* prys.ry
biJ "* *<$** f'iW** ""#>* ; /** .,. :!, .. ,.,,' ,, ,
plus extra efficiency. 3-BEDROOM, 1 bath CBS ( y.'fMil iUP 'VftMBiyE UttyBoMF : : ".w ., ").tli. CBS.... with FI" .1'. t'jJ.j'l'i' ,,
( .
"
Excellent income property -$300 down. 16431 NW 18 .;' !, W>,,;:, ;!."'ii'. .';Y"4' fli PT';J.(,i.<.H...01)1"rJr olom iiffjpnFJhtf.,', .y( ""' >,'7 .1.0 f.t'<.<0<<,.",,. ,r;;..:;.;..'.r.'btVJ.)1..1..'I<" >""'"t." ,.',..,..""".1<>1'(_....',,<',. .'sea"n...,.,'',",..(11..1.',,'<,.-d."1\. ,.,."'v")tt_."
Oh! Yes, all furnished -Ct. WI 9-0077.

even to linens. Call to Open 1-6 Sat. 8319 .... IITH AVENUE DRIVE BY THE FOLLOWING THEN SEE EDISON:
show you this terrific d2-bed--
buy. Nice area. Fenster 1805 NW CBS 53rd newly St.decorated CBS tilo r..f, gorogo, $250 ...., $64 Booth, Opts -40308.W.. lit Avt. CBS. oa corer. the roof, Flo
Realty, Broker PL 9-8779.room 1>5 Saadoy.INI ..11"1. ....II.lc..
enclosed porch, car- ,.._. Jiaiog rooa, carport No ,.
"POOL HOME." 3-bed-porte. awnines. priced to -- -- 2 1737 N.W. 47th Ten. CBS "., ... 2 Mdr.... oa 1

room CBS corner, large suit 887-3950.owner 758-5400 or H.V. 84TH STREET IItI.! Tile roof. $14,500 FHA. $450 ..... FHA 5

lot, lovely location. Near 3 old.
buses, schools, etc. FHA,SEE THE NEW 3-bed- CBS, tilo roof, Flo r..., f.. .., $250 ...., $67 .". 521 years N.W. 48ta St. CBS, the roof, carport. $68J2

only $500 down. Call u!''room 2 bath quality built oath FHA.
on this Fenster Real 1-5 Sunday. --5-- ,
one. houses
ty, Broker. PL 9-8779. 622 NW open 21st Ave. and 4-6808 N.W. 6th Art. 4 UJrooau, 2 baths, f,,..,
1940 NW 60 St. PL 2311 H.V.82RD STREET | CBS, tile roof, Flo roo., oorogo. For a largo family.

FHA BARGAIN price -and$1,000 seller below pays 1-3604. CBS. tilo roof, $300 d..., 2 Flo rooBS/wolk to 1sckools. No ....Ufyl.'.

closing costs too" Y o iU LARGE LOT zoned for 74.
save more than $1,500, 4- ant. 50 x 150. 333 NW i HE ARE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AID

bedrooms, 2 baths, jalousie 10 Ave. PL 13604.D DRIVE BY TODAY, t... call TU 70403. Wo .... | SUNDAY
windows awnings,
big Florida room, garage, and H Construction. 3- ..., otkors. .... $100 ..... Wo tr....

appliances. Extra large bedroom, 2 tfath CBS Reoilprs
corner lot, landscaped, home. Terrazzo floor, I IY I /
sprinkler system with fenced In yard, awnines. \ Grefor Itailty, lrok r
own pump and well, also bank sacrifice. 2780 NW 1512441c
ity water. Keys at Life fit St. m 5-1119. OpenSat. TIt 1-1413 \ S t
Realty, Broker, 4932 NW and Sun.
7 Ave. PL 9-4371.



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l.. llll"'I'''' '''''''''''--6 ''. '''''''' '''' ''''f''. GIRL SCOUTS
,<\ }.%%t'f;\": X..:.:;.,.':/!''','\ I'4: .Jt' >n 't, ,, ( >t "F'gay .. "" "".'t".::,; I1,-IJI'I INVESTEDAT
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(HAPPENINGS: IN OUR SCHOOLS :l LiLLIE EVANS

: Monday night March 22,

..-.... ...# .....,......... ......... --_-_-_-_- _._._--- ---------- ._"_ -_-__.._--- one hundred ninety-seven
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Brownie, Junior and Cadet
NorthwesternPoets BTW SCHOOL NEWS 9 Girl Scouts and eighteen
a leaders made the Promise, :
After much campaigning repeated the Laws, received i li:

the time finally arrived their pins, and were formally
Miami Northwestern March 23 for the invested in the Girl Scouts
Student Council's annual
High School students took of America Organization.Our .
'
ou t their pencils and election. As a result of thanks to Senior

paper and wrote poems of the election: Troops 409 and 830 along
their ideas in rhyme for Gloria Johnson was with Cadet Troop 480 for 1 ..fb.r
entry into Greater Miami elected 'student council performing a very beautiful

Poetry Festival sponsored president, Sarah Albury, Flag Ceremony, and to bin ;T
vice-president and Caro-
by the LaramoreRader Senior Advisors Mrs. Thelma
lyn Smith was chosen Miss
Williams, and Miss Elizabeth
Poetry Group affiliate
,
BTW.
Jones for their assistancein
of the Academy of ,
'
investing the leaders and '
American Poets. The par- The capers defeatedthe P
helping where needed.
ticipants and their titles Bahama All Star ouj
were: Team 79-65 March 20. Mrs. Williams also serves as

Thaddeus Pin 1 k Both varsity and junior Registrar of Ixora Districf.
n e y, Many parents and friends
'Dream Girl." varsity teams participated -
in the were in attendance to watch
Irwin
game.
Delores Wallace, "The Baulkman led the team to the girls come in wearing
Unforgettable Woman." 1 uniforms and beautiful white
victory by scoring 20
Mary Edwards, "Des- dresses. a
points. Willie '" '"
Williams
:Jiny bcored 18 points. Rosalind Ray, daughterof Among the highlights of ... .4
Bernice Blackman, "Life Mr. and Mrs. Fish Ray of the o remony was the lighting
Vs. Death." The juniors are looking 1637 N.W. 5th Ave., receiveda of candles which included

Patricia Glover, "A forward to the Junior- trophy for composing a a candle in memory of a
Place of Happiness." Senior Prom to be held poem at Booker T. Washington courageous woman who fifty-
Julia May 22. Students were School March 12th. She three years ago felt the need
Walton, "T h e is a student for bridging the between
asked to meet all obliga- at Dunbar Ele- gap
Many Faces of Rain. -
tions March mentary. She likes peoples throughout the world
by 29. writing. ;
Thelma Whiteeditor ia chief of the Brownsville
Sandrell Rivers, "On .' u 11 i e 11 e Gordon Low. Falcon,
Stage." The juniors went on a HOLMES ELEMENTARYThe Candles were lighted for and who excels in singing and speaking, has received amerit

Eddie Bell Fleming, hike held at Virginia Key Science Committee each of the ten Laws and the award from the Dairy Council of Sooth Florida.

"America" Beach and juniors March 19. Seniors Organization of Holmes pro- three points stressed in the The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William S. White, 2950
Lizzie James, "If All took Indivi- vided teachers and pupils Girl Scout Promise.We N.W. 51st also in the
dual pictures March 23. that Terr., sings Angel Choir at St. Paul's
Mothers Were Like You." with a one day Science regret our
Roman Catholic Catheral in Hialeah and is member of
Barbara Grace, "Febru- Congratulations to Institute on Wednesday Neighborhood Chairman, Mrs. a
ary." Netters in their BTW first March 17. At this time Mr. Clarice Littles, was unable Student Council.

Daria Smith, "Love." game of the season in Stewart Darrow Supervisor of to be with us. However, we The Dairy Council has a continuing program to honor

Nathaniel Roberson, their victory over North Science of Dade County indicating received a message her reasons from for her merirorius school age young people in Dade County.Norn(nations
School accompaniedby
"Praise. Dade. The Tornado net- Mr. System Harold Guinyard and not being present and her can be sent to Agnes Edwards, 100)) N.W. 7th St.WIGLET .

Marva Gardner, "Spring" ters, coached by James Mr. Richard Greenburg, congratulations and best ...
Ranzer Wright, defeated the
Turner, "Ten- Dade wishes for
Studio TV Science teachers, a successful
t<;>-Two." Netters by a score of 8-1. observed science lessons career in scouting. HAIR STYLES

Cheryl Ferguson, "For In organizing of the by teachers of the committeeand This is just the beginning trf .....tats.* tkma .hi ......
CtMrttl
Nightowls Only. Urban League Youth gave demonstrations in of many worthwhile (.tot *. ".,... TOT PttOILJM"
Alonzo Mumford, "The Community in Dade some classes. activities we plan to Imple- ,.-.. ... .. WIlt .... IItIr .. 1M
Room" ment for the Girl Scouts at .to* BMT Mw own .. tar ..... UMs ..'
County, Fancy Bannister, After dismissal of pupilsthe Mturri, M wwM ......
Ernestine Ostorne: "Is 11-1 was elected record- principal and teachers Lillie C. Evans Elementary. c..s... M. bM MM M, crawl *4 ,.., ....

This Life," "Nothing." ing sercetary and Beth- along with the distinguished Alese Gill, Principal EASY TO SIT
"A Plea to Life." sheba Dean, 11-3, repor- science personnel met in the ATTACH tUTYUl.
Sandra Bohannon ter. cafeteria for discussion and COMES IN.IEGULAI
"Na- AND
ture." evaluation of the science B.T.W. BAND THICKER STYUStJt
Congratulations to De- organization of the school. "- ct
Marian Rolle, "I'll Re. loris Hayes, Wayne Mr. Guinyard and Mr. Green- "He that toots not hit Off Mack

member JFK." Fulton and Judith Gardiner burg were in congruity with own horn, the same is not 0.MI...\...eo... ,73, "MISTY"-4L50
GrtyS3
Margaret Miles, "T o and Mrs. Marian Dr. Darrow. tooted. The B.T.W. High sassflog' 1711/Tll.lr ISpM-is 1.
morrow is Promise: Shannon. Wayne scored The science committee i is School Concert Band is preparing -
"That's Life," "A Chance the highest average on the composed of representatives to toot in the Dade 'Dt
in Plans Eh?" SAT test. He will attenda from each grade group. The County Music Festival Con-
August Bullard luncheon April 19 sponsored group representative is the test Clinic on Tuesday,March a
." "Life'Stages. s by the Miami science chairman in his 30. Each year the B.T.W. Band .
Chamber of CommerceHis grade group. Parents Club and the B.T.W.
Jennifer Wallace, "We homeroom Committee and grade Family engages in a fundraising
teacher
,
Can Be _
Up Mrs. Rosemarie Anderson chairmen are: a drive for the band.

Ruby Mackey, "John will accompany him.- Doretha Mingo, chairman; On Monday night March ueaua'uu IIUBT M.ieMHeu.mciiB vitur in."
"
Kennedy. 29, the B.T.W. Band Parents
Betty Meares, 1st Grade; Inez
Lula Wright, "Misery." Deloris Hayes was nam- Foster, 2nd Grade; Ondrea Club will meet in the band .sets.... n MnAL II III na. ..Tr"a noouces nay. "-':..... .
Gail Williams, "Virture l.... ., isJ Tan Florida and Lewis, 3rd Grade; Mercedes room at 8 p.m. Band Drive N.T. stnsFS.
Unrequited." Judith Gardiner, first McCullough, 4th Grade reports will be made at this ......... ...... WN If t...... wU
; ... .... ... .tue..i. "E.pont'$1.50"
Alvin Bruton runner up. Deloris will be Robert Young & Bledsoe time. April 29marks the close w: =--S'U .... nil .... .d720
"My =.' *m IkWHT M* 1LM
given the of t he fund drive with the
Heart Is In America." opportunity o Sergeon, 5th Grade; Nancy
compete in the Miss Tan Dawkins & Clinnon Stinson, B.T.W. Instrumental Music ,
Rossie" Lamons, "My America Contest on April 6th Grade. Department's Annual Evening tlMlRE
Mom. 10. Mrs. Marian Shannan, The science committeewill of Music. All students wish .

Wining: poems will be for being elected presi- continue in-service ing to take summer band A NURSE'S AIDETHE
read by a panel of Greater dent of the Florida State training and strive to stimulate should sign up at once.
Miami well-known Teachers Association. the teaching of

personalities, Wednesday, science concepts at every --.
April 14, 8:30: p.m. in Bay- Students participating grade level.
IDEAL SCHOOL FOR
In the
front Park Auditorium. county social stud- Mrs. Agenda Paschal,
First prize will be a $25 ies test March 27 are our Assistant Principal has TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO

Savings Bond and five i Wayne Fulton, Helena done a wonderful job in co CHURCH SUNDAY TRAINING NURSES' AIDES

awards of merit. Duhart, Dorothy Ingram, ordinating the program for a

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 26, 1965 15
LITTLE RIVER STILL KEEPING UP

I I THE GOOD WORK MRS. ANITA WILLIAMS '

With plenty of action from younger pros- (appllanc store owner)
pects, Neil Composto tries his test to put on I I

I good shows as it has, been witnessed lately. DRINKS MILK.
Here are the results of last week's bouts:
It quart a day)
Rory O'Shea, 148, dropped Butch Jackson
I 149, for the automatic count of 8 in the 4th HOW ABOUT YOU?
and 6th rounds and went on to win on a' TKO
in the 7th round.In rr'S'1OOSOOC 10 DEcJUST F;FOR/THE: VCHJNO

l four rounds Roscoe Bell 138, won a split
decision over Johnny Cheely 142 in six; Wayne ......... ....... ..... ....'.... .---

Bunyon 205, won over Junior Grubbs 182 in
six; Scatterhawk Dixon 165, TKO'd Claude

Devoe 166, in the second round. APPAREL FOR SALE

The best fight of the evening was a 4.

round brawl between Herb Wipple 157, and "Cfcampasjne taste, beer pocket Com to Grace's
Frank Currie 153 It was called a draw. Both wheN you'll find like-new ezclusir dresses,
boys fought hard and deserve a return bout. suits, skirts, blouses, shoes all original. $1 to $5
Mink, fox and other stoles and fur jackets $5 to $10.
Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen
North DadeRecreation SIFFORD CONTINUES TO dresses $1. Men's pure Italian slUe! suits. $3 and $5.
CRASH COLOR BARJACKSONVILLB Blue serge suits $5. Sports jackets $2. Pants, shoes
91. Skirts SOc. Alto linens drapes* bedspreads and
The second annual Boy other household hems. New suits $10, pants 2 for
Scout's Sports Day was (NPIMUrd-hitUng Charlie Fla. -- $7, evening dresses $2. We cater to the elite. Grac.GRACE'S .

held Saturday, March 20, Sifford,the first Negro golfer THRIFT SHOP
at North Dade Center
to crash the Professional
with over 300 Scouts rep- Golfers Association, continued 2512 NE 2nd Ave. FR 1-8372
resenting four major Boy in th.e same vein last Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Scout Troops. week when he participatedin
another of the few
tourna-
Both major and minor
ments he has played below .
.
sports comprised the annual the Mason Dixon :' '' Nl' ',/ "
line. tn : :
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Scouts Sports Day the Jacksonville i Open, : ')i
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program competition.of Among supervised,the Si f ford,of Los Angeles,fired .. ",,
rounds of 70-71-74-77 to ';
games and activities list- place among the top leaders ,Z'
ed were the following: md win $550 in prize money. 't<,J
Basketball, archery, table

tennis and shuffleboard FAMU BOB HAYES "'".."- 1 ,> ,

Competition consistedof TURNING PROTALLAHASSEE : I ,
three age levels, 11-13, ':, ,1
14 and 15, 16 and 17. Boy Fla. .- 6f
Scouts of Troop 353, (NPI)-Bob Hayes, Olympic / e
a
Troop 397, 77 and 496 gold medalist and holder of ,
competed on all three age the world 100-yard dash record -
levels for top honors. of 9.01, announced here I
Points were based on five that he was accepting $2,000 II I II
points, second place, three offer to race two Australian
points and one point for sprinters on a greyhoundtrack I
third place.In in Sydney, April 3.
He will race Aussles Mike
the 11-13 age group, Cleary and Dobby Lay, both WILLIE CAMPBELL
Troop 397 of Opa-locka of whom have done the 100 Graduate of Booker T. Washington' High School.
won top honors by compiling in 9.2 at the same distance. Served 3 years irr the,Armed Forcea.
13 points out of a Professional track races is
possible 36 points. In doing popular sports in Australia. "I I am now a student of Miami Business College

so, Troop 397 won preparing myself to take advantage of,new epportuni':
first place in basketballwith ties opening ;everyday, in to*' field of basinets, both

archery.a first Second and second place in GOOD INVESTMENT I 10 civil)! service and private industry,. where J I will .

honors went to Troop 353 find GOOD PAY, JOB SECURITY and above all
with a total of 12 point 1330 N.W. 68th Terrace PERSONAL DIGNITY". '
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shuffleboard, 2nd placein 9 roomsCompletely
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Third and fourth place .rw .rr s.r .- .r.e ,- ,- -
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honors went to Troop 77 I II
and Troop 496 respectively. Miami Business
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piled a total of 18 points. '<
In second place with 13 1]I 751-2441 L _ _ _ J
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After all the contests
were over and the scores
had been counted, Troop
353 had come on top witha I
grand total of 38 points
with Troop 77 close behind -
with 37 followed by
Troop 397 with 24 and
Troop 4W with 9.

During the awarding : -NOWNITELY
ceremonies our own Phil
Dixon of Metro Recrea-
tion Dept., was presentedan Except Sunday
award by the South f
Florida Council of Day ..44'- *

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16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 26, 1965 .

; '!IjBellnoli *-affi m

EC Welfare Subsidizing ,INI1UUMI -


Lazy and Immoral? I Int.riitaonal Loa; ii

Public welfare should bea its prime function, that sub- attendance at free adult ___ .. J>f.e.> hlhr] BJRWBjl'' v, SJHJSjBF'_,,",' ......."" oil .,.., ... .. I
Judge Henderson, pres- the ILA constitution whenhe Henderson said. "Thatwe
vehicle for raising the sidizes the lazy and immoral
schools, to learn to read
ident of the local Long- called the national worked those smaller
standards of the recipient, home with the taxpayer'sdollar and write, should be a prerequisite shoremen Monday denied strike, Henderson said. boats during the strike.
not a reward for indolence .
to getting relief
charges that led to his The employers who
and depravity, says Judge "A good institutionalhome money. ,. suspension by Internat- Along with other ILA worked same the' small, boats
Juanita Kidd Stout of Philadelphia would be far better "Much can be done by Ion a 1 Longshoremen'sAssociation officials and employers, had ships In the port so
in an April Reader's for the growth and development welfare workers to lift the President Henderson signed a con- they made more
money
Digest article "Why Must of children than an un- people from the welfare en tract on Miami Beach than the men."
the Taxpayer Subsidize Im- fit private home ... It is my vironment." Thomas W. Gleason. March 5. Miami and Port
morality?" suggestion that we provide Mrs. Stout was the first Criticizing their handling Everglades longshoremen
"The tragedy of relief is dormitory facilities for these Negro woman to be electeda of the strike which worked two days and
that it takes away from pitiful children, especially judge in Pennsylvania. deadlocked ports along struck again. They returned SEWING AT ITS BEST
people the drive to work," in the urban areas ... She was born in Wewoka, the Atlantic and Gulf to work In mid-
writes Judge Stout. "I have "No child, no adult, can Okla., and Is a graduate of Coasts, Henderson struck March. W* special!** In all types efwing.
the deepest sympathy for the remain in back at Gleason and Fred .. .
on probation my the University of Iowa and Henderson was sus- Dress, shirts, al
Fields, ILA general organizer -
good mother struggling to court unless he learns to Indiana University. The article pended a few days later,,. (rations, restyllng, slacks,
bring up her children on a read and write. In Philadelphia
is condensed from the Gleason's reasons Include bedspreads, covers andop.rl.s.
welfare grant .. But I deplore we have third-and-fourth- Philadelphia Sunday Bulletin Henderson still receivesa the loading and unload- Even upholster
a system that regards generation Illiterates on relief Magazine salary as local presi- ing of cargo here by long-
the handing out of checks as ...It seems! to me that dent, but the sups ens Ion shoremen during the Contact Flora at
by the ILA left him a strike.
vice-president of the 1065 NW 79th St. 633-4273.
Housing and U..ploy..1Works HAVE YOU REGISTEREDTO International without i 'There Is only one al-
I VOTE? salary. legatlon that Is true,"

op liscayne College Gleason didn't honor


On March 27, at 10 a.m. Claude Clark U.S. Army,
and 2 p.m. in Biscayne College ret., President of the Greater
16400 N.W. 32nd Ave., Miami Urban League. The JET TV CLINIC 1,0

the Commission on Human guest speaker on housing TON{
Relations, under its Chair will be Mr. Edward Tucker, -
man Bishop Coleman F. who is in charge of Urban HOME SERVICE CALLS $1.00
Carroll of the Diocese of Renewal for the Greater
Miami will conduct a work- Miami area. Day or Night
shop and. panel discussionon The public is invited to
the problems of Negro a tend this workshop and w. 5rrtc. All Makes of

housing and unemployment join with the panelists in a HI-FI' and STEREOSW. Johnsoi
in the Miami area. discussion of these current of'MIIi1
Also Rat
The guest speaker on unemployment problems. Open house will I
will be Col. be held at the College. TV's by the week or month

1186 N.W. :38th StJ
I Finals For Beauty Pageant 907N.W.2nd AVENUE'Phone
(Corner 12th Ave. & 38th J
The Miss Tan America
Pagent, the first nationally The nationally famed FR 42044Jack's 63547481You i
coordinated Neprobeauty Bishop College Choir, Phon
pageant, will be under the direction of J. ii
Harrison Wilson, Associ- 15%off for all taken i
held In Dallas. Texas, on get pictures until East.r.
ate Professor
April 7th, 8th, 9th, and of Music,
10th. Local, regional, and will perform, along with
other MEN'S WEARSEE
professional acts.
state winners are now beIng -
selected through pageants Proceeds from the Pageant Still offering the very best In photograph
In 66 cities, to estimated to be In "MR. JACK"FOR
compete In Dallas for the excess of $10,000, will go PARTIES IEDIIIOS GROUPS
title "Miss Tan Amerlca- to the Bishop College STYLES FOR ALL AGES
1965." Building Fund. Bishop The Very Latest in M.n' Fashions CHURCHES PORTRAITSr

The girls are Judged in College, located in Dallas, SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS BABY PICTURES A SPECIALTY
three categories talent, is one of the oldest Negro ITALIAN SHOES
evening gown, and swim- colleges In Texas. The Plenty Free Parking
NW 2nd Ave. Miami Florida
944
suit with emphasis on Pageant is produced by ,
talent., The eliminationsand Miss Tan America, Inc.,
semi-finals will be of Dallas. -
held at the Statler Hilton
Hotel on April 7 throughthe
9., The Final Corona-
ton Pageant will be held

Saturday night, April 10,
at the Dallas Memorial
Auditorium. The girl
named "Miss Tan America -
1965" will win a
screen test, recording con-
tract, scholarship, model-
ing assignments, and nu-
merous personal appea-
rance engagements.



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Wednesday Gov. Hayidon took dead Burns aim I' \

on Negro Florida's vote mushrooming for the 1966 >" ,
gubernatorial election : ll lly
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when he named a Negro ......... y 1''.;-r"',,;... :
to the powerful University t' \
Board of Regents. *I' '" t tt
Getting the honor was !. \
( West Palm Beach druggist f ..< .""*" ._.,..... _,,_.
: : Clifton C. Dyson a <
former Mississippi and
Alabama school teacher,
who will serve a two- t t
year term.
I Dyson 58. is a native oft : '
Louisiana ,but has lived : ; IWIar I. plus.
in Florida since 1934. He
established the Palm Gar- ., .
den Drug Store in P a 1 m a A terrific .
Beach in 1940, but In recent Complete from this
years has also gone DRESSER makes It ..
into the real estate and bookcas.head18
MIRROR this
complete
other: businesses. He is a 'rx' 1
graduate of Straight College CHEST 5 Danish suite
in New Orleans and PANEL double ....
earned a master's degreein HEADBOARD cal mirror,
chemistry at Fisk Uni- 3 THROW ?'i '
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