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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 23, 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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Volunte'42, No. 33 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1965 16 PAGES'- CENTS

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1,168: Buildings to be Leveled. : MINIMUM Wagl


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.w s l for Urban Renewal Project i $1 wage TALLAHASSEE per bill hour which minimum-Miami A ..*


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needed to combat CU-

$17 MillioH Cleared Without ban refugees undercuUng I,
Project Opposition American workers all but .

Metro Commission this million dollar,810-acre programis 1,168 of these- were sub- hit the dusts here Tues-

week unanimously approved a bounded by N.W. 14th and standard and had to be. torn day. 4
17.8-million-dollar Urban Re- 22nd Streets, the North-South In a double-barreled "
newal project to clear and redevelop Expressway and N.W. 3rd Ave. down.The survey also showed setback, the measure t'r'

I. 147 acres in the heartof About SO of the 147 acres that 111 of the 124 large sponsored by Reps. Tom (
the Central Negro District. in the first phase will go for apartment units in the area ex- Spencer and Robert Shev- f
The action is final. the midtown interchange of the ceeded present zoning requirements in was referred to a third
The federal government is NorthSouth'and East-West end that three- committee tor consideration -

expected to release funds in expressways. fourths of the buildings ex. and then put into
June, said Urban Renewal Low-rent apartments and ceeded density requirements.James limbo a subcommitteeby
Director Edwin Tucker. Land town houses will be built on Dobb, a member of another.
acquisition will begin in July the remainder of the projectto of the consulting firm of Eric Both Spencer and Shev- f\ I
with clearing of the first meet the needs of low-in- Hill and Associates, said that in pleaded during a pub-

sections in early 1966. come families. 25 to 30 families per acre is lic hearing before the
"We feel this is the best the maximum "consistent with House Labor Committeefor

Following a public hearingat conceived Urban Renewal good standards of living." passage of the mea- ,%
which there was no opposi- program in the country, the Yet, four of the "concrete sure.
tion, Tucker said, "We've got Rev. Theodore Gibson told monsters" had more than 100 They were Joined by \
this budgeted for five years. Metro Commissioners.A families to an acre, 19 had Charles Harris, presidentof
But the Urban Renewal Agencyhas survey of the projectarea 81 to 100 families, 21 had the Florida AFLCIOand
asked us to speed it up. showed that 1,466 of the 61 to 80 families, 27 had 41 by Miami Reps.
We hope to be done in three." 1,584 buildings in the area to 60 families and only four Ralph Poston and Mary
The first phase of an 80- had deficiencies, and that were in the 25 to 40 range. Ann MacKenzie.aairt".
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I 1 Miss Tan America A U.:os: government'stop in 14 years that one of the Miami Vice Squad, and plain- In 1951 he was shot five II
narcotics agent in South agents in that branch had clothesman Roosevelt Trem- times in the head and back

Willie Johnson, daughter of younger brothers living at Dade and two Miami detectives been accused of bribery."If ble, 34, only Negro on the by two labor racketeers from
of Mrs. Roxie Johnson, 4914 home, her family was quite,: were arrested Tuesday you had told me any- Vice Squad. Detroit's notorious Purple
Fourth Street, N.W, Washington concerned about how her, on charges of taking bribe body else in town, I might Miami police and U. S. Gang. Newbold was a memberof
D.C., was named "Miss college education could be, from a dope peddler and believe you," said a detect- narcotics agents from out of the local Laundry Workers
heroin addict.
Tan America-1965" on Mon- financed. Miss Johnson wins ive here. "But Marshall town arrested the three men Union and was marked for
day, April 12, by Pageant not only, the full four year! A spokesman for the never." at the home of lIolton "Ti cr" death because he knew too ,i\
bureau in said the i' t
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officials at Dallas, Texas. scholarship, but also a recording Along with Marshall, a Newbold after they allegedly much of the union's .inside I}
Due to a clerical tabulationerror contract and a screen charge against I Eugene C. career, officer,. were, arrested accepted $130 in marked business : ,-
another contestant had test, plus numerous modelin'and Federal Marshall,' 39, head of. the Sgt. Frank Fountain,. 39, money. AAnnouncing \ Marshall came to Miami in ,
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,,_ been name d tic winner at the\e personal appearances::',' Narcotics'the Bureau second In'**command blj the I' the' arrests 1958, and had an outstanding i
here marked time
America first Police Chief Walter Headleysaid record as an officer, with
Miss Tan Pageant at
Miss Johnson is a seniorat .___________ pre"r
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the Dallas Memorial Auditoriumon ---- -- -- -- they'climaxed a week of assignments in Ph
Saturday night, April 10, Roosevelt High School investigation that started delphia and New York. He
where she is a member of the when the lives at 17525 N.E. 8th Place.
and Miss Johnson had not 17 CODlpla'lallFiled dope peddler com-
been named as one of the five Spanish Club and the Thes- plained he was having to pay Fountain, 1120 S.W. 76th
finalists. However, at the re- pians. Homecoming Queen in $2,000 a month protection. Court, joined th / Miami Department -
quest of the judges, the official 1964, she has had special Headley said Newboldtold in 1947 and became
audit was checked on training in dancing and acting. Against police he wanted "to sargeant nine years ago after
Monday and it was discoveredthat Standing 55" in height, her quit but they wouldn't let receiving repeated commen-

an error had been made, measurements are 3S"22"3S" me." He was a known dope dations for his work, Headley
and that Miss Johnson had and her weight is 115 Florida Hospitals peddler doing about $10,000 said.

actually accrued more official Ibs. She enjoys swimming, a month business in the Negro Tremble, of 276 N.W. 6th
points than any other pageant tennis, dancing, and bowling, u JS section. St., was Fountain's aide
WASHINGTON A record total of 78 southern hospit
and she hopes to gain recognition -
Newbold has because of his intimate know-
contestant in the three com- a long police
She number of complaints against cited for discrimi natory prac-
as an actress.
record of for narcotics ledge of the where the
petitions-evening gown, arrests area
"discriminatory practices in tices during the last three
will be 18 on July 9.
dope traffic is
burglary. concentrated.
swimsuit, and talent. 36 fedetally assisted hospitals months.
Miss Johnson had already in six Southern states" Florida leads in this most
returned to Washington, D. C., Ruth Batton, originally has been filed with the De- recent complaint with 17 hos- .
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named "Miss Tan America", I ..'...''.lll "I.
to resume her school work partment of Health, Educationand pitals cited; Alabama has 11; rr' ., !; '" '. .1' .f
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Joint announ cement was Ge rgia one and Virginia one. 1' 'r.l" 'I '
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error and the official ruling pageant here today by the NAACP and A summary of discriminatory :( .." ") t.
naming her "Miss Tan Ameri- hoped that a State Department the NAACP Ipaal Defense and practices outlined spec- r'' ; ..:', r
sponsored tour through the
ca1965. Education Fund, Inc., the ific charges such as a state- i ,
Afro-Asian countries be I
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A modem day Cinderella seperate but closely associ- ment by Phillip T. Sharples, .
story unfolded with Miss arranged for her. Miss Batton ated organizations. president of the Board of the .. ",i} ,' !
teaches English at Brinkley 1' I .. .,
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winning the first West ,4 1' -: '
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High School in Jackson Mis- ,
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annual title. Since her fatheris Y '
of the NAACP's Washington Palm Beach. t' ,
deceased and she has two sissippi. Bureau and Jack Greenberg, Negroes are not admitted to 's.. '

director-counsel of the, Legal Good Samaritan because .
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Defense Fund requested that' "cost would go up and income .t.'; >

Dr. Gilbert Porter Gets HighAd.iiistrative "appropriate action be taken would come down," Mr. <'f.,, ., .. ,.
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I insure immediate< compliancewith Sharples said. -
the non-discrimination In the white.wards of Jack- ,Jr .h I
School Job
Here provision of Title 6 of the Civ- son-Madison County General

il Rights Act of 1964." hospital in Jackson, Tenn. t rr'
I The pttnrneVs asked HEW become full, white patientsare
Dade County School Board
Wednesday named Dr. GilbertL. Secretary Anthony J. Cele- brought to the all Negro N
orezze: "to hold up forther first floor and Negro patientsare t WI
Porter to a top level ad-
payments of (government) placed in the corridors.
ministrative job that pays monies pending investigationof Other complaints extendedover
$16,000 a year plus $35 a this complaint and compli- a wide range of abuses,
month mileage.
ance of Title 6. exclusions and preferential

This complaint brings to a Ire atmen t.
Porter is a distinguishedand

highly respected educator ,
.. who serves on the board of Program on Economic
directors of the National x
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has Educators served Association.as executive se-He Opportunity Act May 11 '

cretary of the Florida State ,. 1
Teachers Association for 11 Education and Welfare from "
years and before that was On May 11, the Health and Atlanta.
principal of Lincoln High Welfare Federation of Dade Items of special interest
School in Tallahassee. County will present a program will be discussed are:
an:: the Economic Opportunity Programs approved in the ,a
He will serve as a special Act/ and Its Implication for areas of Florida.
assistant i to the school Dade County at the New Everglades Programs approved in Dade. t
system's deputy superintendent. 1t Hotel. County. FAMU ORANGE AND GREEN ROYALTY -- Brenda Wynder,

\t This all day program which Proposed future programsin Florida A&M university speech and drama major from Hampton !
Porter earned his bach- itarts at 8:30 a.m. and concludes f
Dade County. Va., and Anthony Sweeting, speech and drama major
elor's degree at TalladegaAla. at 3:30 p.m. will have All interested parties
are from Miami in regal splendor following rheir coronationas
.) College, his master'sat I as featured speakers Dr. Sam invited to the Seminar. For pose
the University of Michigan, GILBERT PORTER ]Hand, State Coordinator, Office information contact: Mrs. "lueen and King of Orange and Green" at Florida A&M

and his doctorate from Ohio DR. of Economic Opportunity Susan Hering at 3772368.The University. The popular pair won their titles in the recent

State University. In $16,000 Job j/Act Department of Health registration fee is $1 student elections on the Tallahassee campus.

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for the Young
guest speaker
tended Western Reserve
WASHINGTON -(NP1)) at their 12th annual -
cers who worked under U. In 1929 and 1930 and Democrats
MaJ. Gen. Benjamin O. May 2, at Lu1-
him at the Pentagon were later majored in mathe- tea Sunday ji-:
Davis Jr.
one of the reportedly Roosevelt Savings and Loan
most overjoyed at matcs at the Universityof
popular top level'officers news of his promotionand Chicago.In Association
in the U. S. 'arm important Mr. Faircloth is perhaps
ed forces, has been nam- ment. assign- 1932, he was recom- Florida's most outstanding
ed chief of staff of Amer- mended for an appoint- Democrat. He is the first man h
One officer said Davis ment to the U. S. Military
ican forces in Korea, and from South Florida to win a
chief of staff of the Unit- "epitomizes the finest Academy at West Point, cabinet post in Florida's De- l
ed Nations type of Air Force officerwe where no Negro had been
command.
mocratic political race.
At the same time, Pres- ever had." graduated in 50 years. He He was born in Levy I6
Davis was was graduated as''a sec- ,
dent a fighter awr.
Lyndon B. Johnson and educated in the
County
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pilot in World Mr U and ond lieutenant in 1906.
announced. from the LBJ public schools. He distinguished -
,.Ranch in Texas, where he was cited for gallantry in Shifting to the air himself in the Univer-
action in Europe.He force, he was graduated,
was spending the Easter sity of Florida as a champion
holds the Silver In March, 1942, with the
weekend, that he is nom- legal orator. He was presi-
inating Davis for promo- Star, Distinguished Fly first Negro Air Force dent of the student body.
tion to lieutenant general, ing Cross, Distinguished cadets from the Advanced He is well known all over
the highest rank ever' Service) iviedal, Air Medal Army Flying School.As the state as a vigorous and
attaind by a Negro in the and the Legion of a lieutenant colonel, successful opponent of an un-
U. S. armed forces.In Merit. he was in command of the fair "Reapportionment" duringthe
his Korean assignment Gen. Davis was born in 99th Fighter Squadron in 1959 Legislature.In .
Davis will be out- Washington, D. C on the North African, Sici- 1963 he was chosen the
ranked only by Gen. Hamilton Dec lb, iyi2. His lather, lian and Italian cam- outstanding member of the
I Howze, commander- who now resides in Wash- paigns.He Dade County delegation. He
In-chief of the UN forces. ington, entered the Army later commanded the was then only a freshman
Davis, 52, is a gradu- during the Spanish- all-Negro 332nd Fighting: delegate.He r
ate of West Point and the American war. His mother Group In Italy. is fair, honest, aggressive
son of the first Negro to died when he was five. This outfit had .the intelligent and purposeful. .
become a U. S. general.His He attended school in distinction of flying 20' He is loved, trusted and
father, retired Ar- Alabama, where his father missions as escort to respected.
my ttdgadier general B. was assigned to teach heavy bombers without FAMU TRUMPET TRIO OM TV -- The Florida A&M University .
O. Davis, also broke pre- military science at Tus- losing a single bomber to Trumpet Trio appeared on the Ted Mack Original
cedent kegee Institute; and in Associates
throughout his .
fighters.He Burlang
career. Cleveland, where he enemy Amateur Hour Show on CBS-TV Easter Sunday, April 18.

Young Davis has held graduated from high is married to the EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Members of' the Trio pictured here, left to right, are Sidney
several important com- school with one of the former Begatha Scott of 502 N.W. 54th Street Lopez, Qania: Dianne Davis Jacksonville and Edward
mands highest scholastic aver- New Haven, Conn. They the third
since graduationfrom Thomas, Arcadia. They comprise Group of students
domestic
ages In the city. reside in quarters at Rol- Excellent open-
Subordinate West Point white in 1936.offi The future general at- ling Air Force base, In ningt now in New York and 'from the FAMU Department of Music to appear on the Ted
the District of Columbia. Connecticut. Mack Show this year.'A.fourth'group,.the FAMU,.Percussion

Ensemble, will perform on the netw rk show Sunday, May 2.

I Iota Phi I Lambda Sorority ,4.- Transportation-- ALSO -advanced.-

JOBS NO DOWN PAYMENT-

ObSlrvlS NifloNal 1rsiN.ssW..k r Male and Female 3511 N.W. 28th Street

Gamma Alpha Chapter, cuses the attention of the Finest domestic and com- 3 bedrooms, CBS, only 2tt yrs old. $82 month

Iota Phi Lambda Sorority community on the aims : mercial, |lobs in this area. pays everything. Sprinkling system. Many extras.
is proud to be among of the sorority to encourage '" must set It.FORD.

chapters throughout the those engaged in REALTY INC. BROKER
nation who strive for the business and professions, I ,
Now 3639 N.W. 15th Ave.
goal of efficiency through and to serve as an Inspi- Register 635-4595
business education. The ration to those consider- ... I
sorority is dedicated to ing a business career.
the task of promoting the \'
efficiency of women and Some of the activities I
girls in business and professional engaged in by the sorors r tt \
fields through during this period of bus- "

higher education and pro- iness and professional r....-... .
ficiency. emphasis are business
shows, typing contests BOWEN NAMED MOST
National Business Weekis public forums, selectingand
PRINTING?
observed annually by dting outstanding COURTEOUS OFRCER
all chapters of Iota Phi Business women and: men,
Lambda Sorority, Inc. also business students of From the dozens of letters ,j
The objectives of National the community.On submitted last month by citi- <
Business Week are: : 1. zens and visitors relating
To emphasize the contributions April 25 Gamma Alpha their appreciation of the extra
women have madein Chapter, Iota Phi courtesy shown various mem- ( fft----"n.; ;:
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the professional and Lambda Sorority, Inc. bers of the Police Department, Letterpress ;
particularly the business will present the business the Miami Police Staff an-
world. woman and man of the nounced the selection of

2. To point up new year student also of the the year.business The Patrol. Bowen Section as most Sergeant courteous LuryF. .-.. -- :.-.:..........:.. .. ......: :
trends in business and winners of the annual \
officer of the month.A .
professions. typing: contest sponsored very grateful visitor f We Print Everything Except Money;
try the chapter will also from Margate New ." ., --
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3. To stimulate -
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professions. confronted with the frightening
any Seven Day Adventist occasion of her husband suf- ; .,
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25th Ave. at 4 p.m. The > ,
business education.The "
blood whilein ,
high .,
pressure .
observance of National public Is invited to the an unfamiliar se ction of tt* ''
Business Week fo- program. \
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town.Bewildered ,
enlisted the aid, she of Sgt.anxiously Bowen 1 DAY V d ,

who pulled up beside her car. SERVICE
AUTO INSURANCECheck His decisive quick actions
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were credited with averting a
our new, lower rate and easy financing hemorrhage and the under- :
IMMEDIATE 5R.22 FILING standing courtesy and consi- ::
Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift deration in assisting Mrs. : Cards '" .
McCabe reflected credit upon : ; :
D. Goodman and Son, Inc. the department.As ",; \ .

"Insurance, Real Estate, Mortgage" a token of the De- t. : ./ .

Business member All People Democratic Club partment's"Smiles" Bowen appreciation awardedtwo Sgt. ." TIckets :.;. : ; '...' .
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday April 23 '1965 3I

Elks Close 40th Annual .. a
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Session at Panama CityThe

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40th Annual State As- The 29th Annual Oratorical
sociation I.B.P.O.E. of W. contest was held on Monday
Elks Convention was openedon night at St. John A.M.E.
Sunday,April 11,with Memorial Church with Maxwell saxonin
Services which were heldat charge.
the Grcatl'\\o ethel A.M.E. The, eight speakers were
Church in rPnama:'City at 11 Dorothy, Nealy, Joyce Green,
a.m. A <>; V Viola Parker, Rose James,
The ceremony was a tributeto Ernestine Clowers, Margaret
the dead Daughters and Myers, Bruce Francis and
Brothers of Elkdom. The Clarence Anderson.The '
speaker for the occasion was winner of hte contestwas rf 1
Rev. E, II.. Johnson, pastorof Bruce Francis of Lake
Ebenezer A.M.E. Church of Wales. The second place win-
Orlando. Rev..'Johnson choseas ner was Clarence Anderson of
his subject, "Love." ,Jacksonville.
Instead of the regular pa- A Fashion Show was heldon
rade at 3 p.m., the Elks Tuesday night at the Elks
staged a march with the theme home. All of the Daughters
"Register Now, Vote Later." participated.The .
The Civil Liberties program Grand Ball was heldat a., 'kd'x, I Ia
was held at the St. John the Elks home Tuesday r
Baptist Church at 4 p.m. The night. The guests were Bar- + f fy
speakers were Rev. Timothy bara Lynn and the Royals +a \ (

Youngblood, "Negro Voting band.The \ ',
Rights" Attorney Theodore R. convention ended on
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Bowens, "civil Rights," and Wednesday with the reelection ar 'f I
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Gilbert L. Porter, "Education. and re-appointment of all \ / fr- .. ::"" 1
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held at the Elks home in dents W. O. Perry and Thoma-
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honor of the First Annual sina Floyd hailed the 40th /f
Cap and Gown ceremony with State confab one of the most r *
Maxwell Saxon, director of the productive conventions in the I rL .
Educational Department, as history of Florida. : LL& ,'"""" _
master of ceremonies. The The Florida State Asso- .../ .
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speaker was Dr. R. V. Moore, ciation will be held in Sarasota --
president of Bethune Collegeof in 1966 according to LOVELY MODELS who participated in unique "Come Nellie Parkerstanding( left to right) Sidney Rivers,Marilyn
Daytona Beach. state president, W. 0. Perry. Alive Fashions of '65" in Detroit recently typify the vary- Williams, Edna Draper, 'Sandra Grubbs, JoAnn Carter and

ing types of beauty among female Negro Americans. The Azille Burkes. The all-Negro community-wide project was

w lMiiI show, spotlighting amateur talent, featured fashions and sponsored by the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of Michigan.
entertainment. The models shown are (seated, left to right) Photo for NPI by J. Edward Bailey.

Lanell Dore, Marilyn Rainey, Katheryn, Hamer, Diane King,
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The 26th Annual Conven- 1955. She is in business and state meeting in Jacksonville.Mr. 1 +
tion, of the Orange Blossom the sole owner of "Kitty's D. A. Julius, adminis- ATTENTION
Cosmetologist Association, Beauty Box" for twentythreeyears trator of Miami and Mrs. Earl's
Inc, No. 123, will convenein worked with both small Bessie Dix of Tampa, chair CHURCH REPORTERS! t
Jacksonville, May 1620. and large shops to learn their man, have secured the well bra j
Mrs, Cathlean B. Ross, state problems.Mrs. known Mrs. Allie M. Johnsonof K G ,
president of 2705 N. Howard Ross is active in all New Orleans, La., senior
Avenue, Tampa, will presideover city and state affairs concern- artist and lecturer of the
the National Institute of Cosme- All chufh: news must b* ,
meeting.Mrs. ing the beauty industry, servedas I Where old and friends '
Ross was born in judge and made awards in tology as "Guest Artist" for : In our office no later than new meet
Hawthorn, Fla., the daughterof many hair-styling contests the two-day Beauty Clinic "
: 7 Mondays for publication -
Mr. James D. Johnson and and participated in many hairstyling Extravangza. Any cosmeticianwith p.m. :EARL. EDWARDS, ,PROP..
Mrs. Millie Bell Johnson. contests. Appearedon a current license may : in Friday l issue.Ed. .
Married to Mr. Willie Ross, a popular television program attend this clinic."Toaetherness". I ., 'HOIIE'1GHW' .44M IW"lYH AVE;
attended schools in Tampa, with a convention committee will be ,: ;,i)... ,.,.'< .<,<, / '"" ...t I." /...:;..... .-.t ., .",'." ... .
and graduated as honor stu in 1963. In the state the topic of discussion at the a
dent from Sunlight Beauty Q.B.C.A.,'- ,Mrs.., Ross, has,!. Presidents Council, a new;, ..
School in Miami. served 'as second vice presi- department of the association.Mrs. -
She is a member of Beulah dent, first vice assistant state Florence Ali,' of Pompanofirst lttls e>
Baptist Inst. Church, one of organizer, supervisor of vice president, is the I'
the first Negro state inspectors District No. 2 and chairmanof chairman.All r-H WDoy t1-1
appointed by the State the educational department.She meetings will be held :
Board, of Cosmetology in has planned a series of -in the Duval County Armory.Smilin .. I |


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your your
Come In and oak for roe.
CALL STANLEY cancelled checks, which serve as receipts. The I
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> ;: ...,,_'m._...____'_. _.- --- .---, -_ --.ik. ,-_, .__'"_,_ _'''N'_,_t } Florida, who will be the
for the Young
guest speaker
tended Western ReserveU.
-(NPI) at their 12th an-
cers who worked under in 1929 and 1930 and Democrats
MaJ. Gen. Benjamin O. him at the Pentagon later nual tea Sunday, May 2, at
in mathe-
Davis, Jr., one of the were majored Roosevelt Savings and Loan
reportedly overjoyed mates at the
most popular at Universityof
level
top
news of his Association.
officers in the U. S. arm- Important promotionand Chicago.In Mr. Faircloth is perhaps,
ed forces, has been nam- ment. assign- 1932, he was recom- Florida's most outstanding
ed chief of staff of AmerIcan mended for an appoint- Democrat. He is the first man
One officer said Davis ment to the U. S. Military
forces in Korea, and from South Florida to win a
chief of staff of the Unit- "epitomizes the finest Academy at West Point, cabinet post in Florida's Democratic
ed Nations command. type of Air Force officerwe where no Negro had been political race.
ever had." graduated in 50 He
At the same time, Pres- years. He was born in Levy
dent Davis was a fighter was graduated as''a sec- YYJ
Lyndon B. Johnson County and educated in the
pilot in World Mir 11 and ond lieutenant in 1906.
announced. from the LBJ public schools. He distin-
?Ranch in Texas, where he was cited for gallantry in Shifting to the air quished himself in the Univer-
action in Europe.He force, he was graduated,
was spending the Easter sity of Florida as a champion
holds the Silver in March, 1942, with the E
weekend, that he is nom- legal orator. He was presi-
inating Davis for promotion Star, Distinguished Flying first Negro Air Force dent of the student body.
to lieutenant general, Cross, Distinguished cadets from the Advanced He is well known all over
Service iviedal, Air Medal Army Flying School.As .
the
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highest rank e v 'e r the state as a vigorous and
attaind by a Negro in the and the Legion ot a lieutenant colonel, successful opponent of an un-
U. S. armed, forces.In Merit. he was in command of the fair "Reapportionment" duringthe
his Korean assign- Gen. Davis was born in 99th Fighter Squadron in 1959 Legislature.In .
ment, Davis will be out- Washington, D. C. on the North African, Sicilian 1963 he was chosen the :
ranked only by Gen Ham- Dec. lb, 1U12. His father, and Italian cam- outstanding member of the :
ilton Howze, commander- who now resides in Wash- paigns. Dade County delegation. He
In-chief of the UN forces. ington, entered the Army He later commanded the was then only a freshman
Davis, 52, is a gradu- during the Spanish- all-Negro 332nd Fighting delegate.He _
ate of West Point and the Anie"jean war. His mother Group in Italy. is fair, honest, aggressive -
son of the first Negro to died when he was five. This outfit had .the intelligent and purpose ,
become a U. S. general.His He attended school in distinction of flying 200 ful. He is loved, trusted and
father, retired Ar- Alabama, where his father missions as escort to respected.
my Brigadier general B. was assigned to teach heavy bombers without FAMU TRUMPET TRIO OH TV -- The Florida A&M Unixer-

O. Davis, also broke pre- military science at Tus- losing a single bomber to shy Trumpet Trio appeared on the Ted Mack Original
cedent kegee Institute; and in Associates
throughout his fighters.He Burlang
career. Cleveland, where he enemy Amateur Hour Show on CBS-TV Easter Sunday, April 18.

Young Davis has held graduated from high Is married to the : EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Members of' the Trio pictured here, left to right, are Sidney
several important com- school with one of the former Begatha Scott of : 502 N.W. 54th Street Lopez D,nfa; Dianne Davis. Jacksonville and Edward

mands since graduation highest scholastic aver- New Haven, Conn. They Thomas, Arcadia. They comprise the third Group of students
from West Point ages in the city. reside In quarters at Rol- Excellent domestic open-
Subordinate white in 1936.offi The future general at- ling Air Force base, in nings now in New York and from the FAMU Department of Music to appear on the Ted
the District of Columbia. Connecticut. Mack Show this year.A,'fourth group the FAMU ,Percussion

Ensemble, will perform on the netw rk show Sunday, May 2.
advanced.
Iota Phi I lambda .-.. -- Transportation
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Observes Wrtiowal hsi..ssWk Male and Female 3511 N.W. 28th Street

domestic and commercial 3 bedrooms CBS 2ft} old.
Gamma Alpha Chapter, Finest only yrs $82 month
cuses the attention of the
Iota Phi Lambda Sorority community on the alms .,|lobs in. this area. pays everything. Sprinkling system. Many extras
is proud to be among of the sorority to encourage must set it.FORD.
chapters throughout the those engaged in REALTY INC. BROKER
nation who strive for the ,
business and professions, I
Now 3639 N.W. 15th Ave.
goal of efficiency through and to serve as an Inspi- Register 635.4595
business education. The ration to those consider- j
sorority is dedicated to ing a business career. ---
..the task of promoting the \'
of Some of the activities '
efficiency wome and I
girls in business ana pro- engaged In by the sorors ;' ; '.
fessional fields through during this period of bus- .
higher education and pro- iness and professional J I
ficiency. emphasis are business
shows, typing contests, BOWEN NAMED MOST ]
National Business WeekIs public forums, selectingand PRINTING?
observed annually by citing outstanding COURTEOUS OFFICERFrom 1
all chapters of Iota Phi business: women and men,
Lambda Sorority, Inc. also business students of the dozens of letters
The objectives of National the community.On submitted last month by citizens ,

Business Week are1.: and visitors relating .. .
To emphasize the contributions April 25 Gamma Alpha their appreciation of the extra
women have made Chapter, Iota Phi courtesy shown various mem- Offset 4:
in the professional and Lambda Sorority, Inc. bers of the Police Department, Letterpress 0 : ;
particularly the business will present the business the Miami Police Staff announced *
world. woman and man of the the selection of ,

2. To point up new year student also of the the year.business The Patrol. Bowen Section as most Sergeant courteous LuryF. .. ,..-. :.-.:'.___ ,_ ..l,.:;"':':,.':;".\
trends In business and winners of the annual
officer of the month.A .
professions. typing: contest sponsored very grateful visitor' / We Print Everything Except Money /
by the chapter will also ..
from '
New
Margate, -
3. To Jersey,
stimulate locally, be honored. The : : ;i.:," -- :
program -0- >< : :
efficiency in business and Mrs. Joseph McCabe, was' '
will he held at the Beth- '
professions. Seven Day Adventist confronted with the frightening :7'1 1 TS
any :
occasion of her husband suf- !
4. To offer scholarshipsin Church, NW 50th St. and fering from a sudden attack a"

The business observance education.of National 25th public Ave.is at Invited 4 pm.to The the of high unfamiliar blood pressure ction whilein of ".' t J it '>'/:"
an se ,
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program. '; 'I;'
Business Week fo-
town. .' ., \ .
Bewildered, she anxiously (:
enlisted the aid of Sgt. Bowen SS. : 1 DAY SERVICE
who pulled up beside her car.
AUTO INSURANCECheck His decisive, quick actions'
were credited with averting a
our new, lower rates and easy financing hemorrhage and the under- ,

IMMEDIATE SKID FILING standing courtesy and consi- Cards ;# e"
Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift deration in assisting Mrs.
McCabe reflected credit upon
D. Goodman And Son, Inc. the department.As .

"Insurance, Real Estate, Mortgage" a token of the De- .'
Business member All People Democratic Club partment's appreciation, Sgt.

2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380 "Smiles"merits Bowen and one was additional awardedtwo Tickets

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 23, '1965 3

Elks Close 40th Annual ... (

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Session at Panama CityThe 1

40th Annual State As- The 29th Annual Oratorical- A i r

sociation I.B.P.O.E. of W. contest was held on Monday
Elks Convention was openedon night at St. John A.M.E. _
Sunday,April 11,with Memorial Church with Maxwell saxonin
Services which were heldat charge. Rl
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the Greater;.Pethel A.M.E. The eight speakers were (
Church ifiiPwdima. City at 11 Dorothy Nealy, Joyce Green, eN
a.m. ,,\&>V Viola Parker, Rose James j "
The ceremony was a tributeto Ernestine Clowers, Margaret I
the dead Daughters and Myers, Bruce Francis and ; ,
Brothers of Elkdom. The Clarence Anderson.The .
speaker for the occasion was winner of hte contest *
Rev. E. II. Johnson, pastorof was Bruce Francis of Lake ,
Ebenezer A.M.E. Church of Wales. The second place win
Orlando. Rev.,'Johnson choseas ner was Clarence Anderson of
his subje6t, "Love." ,Jacksonville.; r
Instead of the regular parade A Fashion Show was heldon
at 3 p.m., the Elks Tuesday night at the Elks
staged a march with the theme home. All of the Daughters
"Register Now, Vote Later." participated.The .
The Civil Liberties program Grand Ball was heldat
was held at the St. John the Elks home Tuesday
Baptist Church at 4 p.m. The night. The guests were Bar-
speakers were Rev. Timothy bara Lynn and the Royals w .
Youngblood, "Negro Voting
band.The \wt
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Rights" Attorney Theodore R. convention ended on ,4 .1/, 1a
Bowens, "civil Rights," and Wednesday with the reelection / \ .: !
Gilbert L. Porter, "Education. and re-appointment of all --a:! ,tBMV'r. l<'*Ii
." On Monday a banquetwas state officers. State Presi *r v "
held at the Elks home in dents W. 0. Perry and Thoma- t'bmj 1't !
honor of the First Annual sina Floyd hailed the 40th 1 i
Cap and Gown ceremony with State confab one of the most .J I )
Maxwell Saxon, director of the productive conventions in the J- '
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Educational Department, as history of Florida. "
master of ceremonies. The The Florida State Asso- 'r' n ; __ ..-.I- --' -
speaker, was Dr. R. V. Moore, ciation will be held in Sarasota <
president of Bethune Collegeof in 1966 according to LOVELY MODELS who participated in unique "Come Nellie Parker;(standing, left to right) Sidney Rivers, Marilyn ,
Daytona Beach. state president, W. O. Perry. Alive Fashions of '65" in Detroit recently typify the vary- Williams, Edna Draper, Sandra Grubbs, JoAnn Carter and

ing types of beauty among female Negro Americans. The Atille Burkes. The all-Negro community-wide project was

C $Mf f bf bfef show, spotlighting amateur talent, featured fashions and sponsored by the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of Michigan.
> entertainment.. The models shown are (seated, left to right) Photo for NPI by J. Edward Bailey.
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< Lanell Dore Marilyn Hamer Diane
Rainey, Katheryn King,
"StMt. iMitkkras!
educational projects for our .
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The 26ih Annual Convention ; 1955. She ; in business and state meeting Jacksonville. ,I
of the Orange Blossom the sole owner of "Kitty's Mr. D. A. Julius, adminis- ATTENTION
Cosmetologist Association Beauty Box" for twentythreeyears trator of Miami and Mrs.
Incu, No. 123, will convenein worked with both small Bessie Dix of Tampa, chair- CHURCH REPORTERS!;
Jacksonville, May 1620. and large shops to learn their man, have secured the well ,1.kp 0A E 4 kCtiS bra s
Mrs Cathlean B. Ross, state problems.Mrs. known Mrs. Alice M. Johnson K LotiN' ;
president of 2705 N. Howard Ross is active in all of New Orleans, La., senior : 4
Avenue, Tampa, will presideover city and state affairs concern- artist and lecturer of the :
the meeting.Mrs. ing the beauty industry, servedas National Institute of Cosme : All chufh: news must b.. Where old And friends '
Ross was born in judge and made awards in tology as "Guest Artist" for : In our office no later than new meet
Hawthorn, Fla., the daughterof many hair-styling contests the two-day Beauty Clinic : for
publication
7 Mondays
Mr. James D. Johnson and and participated in many hair- Extravangza. Any cosmetician : p.m. EARL EDWARDS, PRI,. .
Mrs. Millie Bell Johnson. styling contests. Appearedon with a current license may in Friday's Issue. '
Married to Mr. Willie Ross, a popular television program attend this clinic."Togetherness". PHONE'JW-M22 ,440 N.W.:7TH AVER
attended schools in Tampa, with a convention com- will be j -E:*. '; ''\I k. K,,. ",:. > '.: -:;;:-
and graduated as honor stu- mittee in 1963. In the state the topic of discussion at the
dent from Sunlight Beauty ,O.B.C.A., ,Mrs.. .Ross, hasp Presidents Council, a new.,
School in Miami. served as second vice presi- department of the association. w- 1
She is a member of Beulah dent, first vice assistant state Mrs. Florence All,' of Pompanofirst ,
Baptist Inst. Church, one of organizer, supervisor of vice president, is the i!
the first Negro state inspectors District No. 2 and chairmanof chairman.All YU ,
appointed by the State the educational department.She meetings will be heldin rHOWDO:

Board, of Cosmetology in has planned a series of -the Duval County Armory..


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Smiling Eddie Lee PittI I I Works Like This:

man. popular local businessman Come to the Lincoln National Bank, deposit what
is the new owner ever amount you want, and get a book of checks I
cf-tne Dive-Inn Bar I I
1772 NW 79th St. Phone (just 10* each-25 for $2.50)).
(591-9431.) He invite all

t and his old meet friends to come I I Whenever you want to pay a bill, lust write a I

Everyone welcome new friends.indf I check for it, in your own home or wherever you
happen to be. 'No need to carry a lot of cash I
I I around, or to go out and buy a money order for
each bill. II

1/'YEAR: ;OP RESPONSIBLY)! / --'. /
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; ...BUILDINGSERVICE TO You don't have to keep any certain amount in the 'II
THE COMMUNITY bank-just whatever you want, in order to cover .
the checks write. Each month I'm Bessie fUchburg.I ti's
Vhtft BUYING u BUILDING I I you you get a
statement of account together with
your your
Come In and ask for me.
{[CALL STANLEY cancelled checks, which serve as receipts. The

I small charge for all this service is lust 50* per I'll be glad to help yon
4'' PL 1-1894 month. When you need more checks, simply pick
a .Beevtlfol HOMOS up another book like you did the first time. open year account.A I
{ Built on Year Lotor I

I Owe bank checking account is a useful reference-and everyone can afford one
Attroetlve Alterations this easy, inexpensive way.
and Addition I
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Can Us for Facts AtovtBvildlna.
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,,,, bjeiwirj $1.50 Good Bonk Financing fully integrated tank In the entire SoutheastU r
-- tight here in the Edison Financial Center _
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a t" :% Insured I Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:30 am to 2 pm; Fridays 9:30 am to 2 pm I

'uo PIt". .'" { and 5 pm to 8 pm. Drlve>ln Window open Monday thru Friday 2 to 5 pm; Saturdays 9 to
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 23, 1965 tion of the big jet

.. Miami, like other cities, boasts of all kindsof PHIL OSSOPHERAs column I Presume that shOUld plane this
regliglous, be "dug
educational, up" In
t political, a few
clubs, clubs. For 21 am writing this column, hundred years, its discoverers
athletic and social, plus liquor of preparing to leave for will have a hearty laugh
limiting the use we are OVer
years there's been Las Cruces, New Mexico, to my "amazement" of today'
ascribe five or
the word club to d a group of help our granddaughter celebrate rapid button transit and as they press a
members." her first birthday. Uponour immediately place
fide
H.E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher more bona return next week I will themselves on another planet
for use
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor The word was specially prohibited fly to Wilmette, Illinois, to to attend a convention.
exempt
as a trade name. Jockey Clubs were attend the National Baha'I
Member of the National Newspapers Publishers Association ed. Many clubs! were using the name illegally Convention.Whie Printers andPublishers

SUBSCRIPTION RATES but a measure passed the House on Monday, such "rapid transit"is
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 Emerson Allswortn of Ft. commonplace these days I
sponsored by Rep. amazed at the ability to
Entered as Second Class Matt.r, August 9, 1927 at the Post Lauderdale gave legality to those using the be am in so many places in sucha To Meet Here
Office at Miami Florida, und.r the act of March 8, 1876 granddaughter,
name illegally. short time. Our The Florida Printer
Office at 6740 N.W, 15th Av.nu. Phon. OX 1-0421 There was quite a division in the Dade in her one year on earth, is and Publishers Assocla.
been
well traveled, too,having tlon will
meet in
were MIa 1
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" vote. Against were eight, for liberalizing born in Massachusetts, and April 23-24. The m I
; The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead four. residing in Maryland and New is being held in conjunction meeting
the world from racial and national antagonism wh.n It accords Mexico.Our. with the International -
to .v.ry man regardless of race, cr..d or color his Thomas other daughter, (her Graphic Arts Exposi
human and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no' man-the State school superintendent aunt.) is an airline stewardesswho tion to be held at Miami
N.gro Press strives to help ev.ry'man In the firm belief' that Bailey, Sen. G. T. Melton and Rep. Robert travels back and forth to Beach Convention Hall on
,.all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held back.Sunday Mann have recommended a change they California and often mades a April 21-23.

would abolish the school millage elections. The round-trip to New York In one The Exposition will be
travelling Is the
day. All this largest worldwide exhibit
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Is the golden clasp that binds togetherthe maximum 20 mills authorized for public financing commonplace yet the prophetsof of printing machin

volume of the wHkLongfeUow.SUNDAY would be unchanged, but county old made references to suchas ery and supplies ever assembled
school boards would have complete controlover we have now. under one roof
Isaiah said, "They shall Graphic Arts tradesmen
CLOSING all 20 mills. mount up on wings as eagles." from all over the world
Closing of business on Sunday is again The cost of holding state millage electionsare Ezekiel made mention that he will come to Miami Beach

being considered by the Florida Legislature.A pointed out. In 1961 it was 201.368. The heard "the noise of their for The the business Exposition.session of
superintendent and his committee believe such wings like the noise of great
bill was introduced on Monday by one of thunder. the FPPA will be held
like
Dade County's legislators Senator Robert amounts could have been spent in local school Those waters, who and live near our of Saturday Roosevelt morning Savings at 10
and
Haverfield of Miami. programs. modem airports can attest to o'clock In the board room
The bill specifically provides that mer- the accuracy of this descrip Loan Association

chants, except those in tourist type business,
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must close at least one day a week. The merchant "r, ; y

can select the day he prefers. New Horizons;
The bill exempts hotels, motels, theatres, !; Civil Service Exam Preparation

sporting events. Theme forAnniversary I I I II

Those opposing the bill believe the state ; nwiiiiiiiiiiiHiuiniuuauiiiuuiiimiimiiiiiim llllllnlllllllllliM 1I11II111I1I1I111II1I1I1I1I1I1IUIIIIIll.lIIIllIIlIIllIlIlI lIIIIOI"aullllllllllill

should not interfere unnecessarily in private I CIVIL SERVICE OFFERS JOB SECURITY
000 PAY *
If:
a
Beth,1 ---..
business.As !' Horn StuJy Instructions ,.
'GUARANTEEDRAISES
we know it, Sunday is the first day POSTAL Federal EXAMS Entrance- U.S.Exams CLERKSVACATION WITH PAY

of the week observed as the Sabbath by most I CRO\JP Per o nominal fee, pass successfully even If you have o
Christian denominations. It is also the day of INSURANCE oiled I efor..Write P.O. Bon 174Gratlgny Branch Miami ..RETIREMENTIi
Steering 33168 8
In a regular
the Resurrection of our Lord. session held Ii

The fourth commandment bids us remember April Committee 20 in the office of 5.| ."omoi ...-----------_________Address--------............Phono_____._._
that thou keep holy the Sabbath day. Greater Bethel AME =
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Six days shalt thou labor and do all that thou Ohurch, the theme for the = Age-----S.S. ---------Present Working Hours-------- 3

has to do. but the seventh day is the Sabbathof 69th anniversary of the tftllilliWiUUUJUlUWUiUUIUUUU. UIUIIPttltututuIIWuuuwIttluutIIUIUNtuuluuulfPittulttitulli., uuiuutuutuliuullnS
church "Toward New Ho- "* \ *': i" y ,#$> ,
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the Lord God.
thy
In these modern days there are certain rizons chosen.In Methodism" was EXCERPT FROM U.S. NEWS AND WORLD, REPORT -MARCH' : 5, 1962:

types of businesses that one would expect to This theme Is in keeping Under, Order From President iCennedytNegroes ,

find open on Sunday, but we do not see the wth the trend toward are to get not only more jobs, but better Job. 90v.rlu".11
necessity for the almost wide open practicenow ecumenicity; and, Greater they, are qualified.:Thousands have posted civil, service, exams_.through Home
existing. Bethel owes Its progressand >Study'wfilt holding present (ob.. '<,- ,_
growth to 69 years of ;/ *tj (lfficJs*S"'cane.yourself! you tore'willing-ta! pr.parti: serving and sharing in ":>above'addr.,** Immediately., "k >: A r gi,n.,',y. ..; / ,f'ft.,
Miami.

INTEGRATEDr. During the meeting em-

Joe Hall, Dade County's school sup phasis was placed upon : {> gy.S .
erintendent in the full week of evening :
a meeting with 200 principalson dd
activities which will be-
Tuesday, said special attention should be 5- 5 :5I : : -
gin May 3 with Stewardsand ___ .-'- __
given to employing at least one person of the Stewardesses In > ---'---
race, not pre-dominant in their school. He charge Brother Edward
wants at least one Negro teacher in every pre- L Cherry the will presideover I HAVE TWO LARGE BUSINESS PIECES OF REAL ESTATEON

dominantly white school next September and program. THE SOUTH SIDE OF N.W. 54TH STREET, BETWEEN 27TH

gro one school.white teacher in every predominantly Ne- iary May board 4 trustees No.1,, Senior auxil- I AVE. AND N.W. 32ND AVE. THESE PROPERTIES HAVE DADE

Missionaries and Senior I COUNTY ZONING BU 3-A BUSINESS WITH ALLEYS IN THE REAR.
We shall
employ without respect to race Pulpit Aid Board members !
said Supt. Hall. We snail employ the best per will combine their THE OLD TIMERS HERE REMEMBER THIS PROPERTY, AS JUST

son available regardless of race. We have bur efforts Ellison with Brother serving Wil-as NORTH OF THE LARGE BROWNSVILLE AREA KNOWN AS THE

been working hard at this business of operating 'program chairman. Mrs. BROWN'S SUBDIVISION.
without prejudice. Theresa Clark will serve
Wednesday, May 5 when ,{ I, OVER THE YEARS HELPED DEVELOP BROWN'S SUB AND
Ushers from Boards 1
POLITICALA through four will take L\ CAUSED TO BE BUILT MANY FINE HOUSES FROM N.W. 46TH ST.

two.term governor bill introduced in charge of the program. J TO N.W. 54TH STREET. MY PROPERTY IS SUITABLE FOR APART

the House of Representatives on Tuesday by Thursday, May 6, Independent 1{ MENTS AND
j boards and clubs MOST OF ALL BUSINESSES. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO

Rep. Pettigrew of Miami was defeated by a will be in charge. Repre- i'.1 WAIT FOR THE PEOPLE TO BUILD ON THE NORTH OR SOUTH OF
vote of 63 to 46. If passed the bill would have sentatives from Deborah

given Governor Burns two terms plus his two Circle, P. H. Felder W. :l, MY PROPERTIES, THEY HAVE ALREADY BUILT THEIR HOMES

years; 10 years in office. A. Chapman, J. R. Scott, :,4 THERE.
Bethelltes, Faysonites andJ. ;%.1.
W. Johnson Boards I HAVE ONE OTHER SMALL
PARCEL FOR
The state legislature now in session, is will participate. SUITABLE

being "Billed," and Dade's representatives are Friday Is a special night t;::1 SMALL BUSINESS, WHICH MAY BE BOUGHT ON A SMALL DOWN

participants in introducing these bills. Senator for the youth of the ;,; PAYMENT BY A PROGRESSIVEJNVESTOR IN THIS FAST GROWINGN.W.
George Hollahan of Miami and Wilson church. The Sunday
54TH STREET.
School Scouts and
Boy
of Tallahassee have
Carraway filed
a measure will
Cub Scouts partici-
banning advertising of narcotic drugs. This pate. Auxiliary Board No. I HAVE NEVER PERSONALLY ADVERTISED IN THE PRESS

measure was introduced at the request of the 2 will also co-sponsor this ANY OF THE AFORESAID PROPERTIES. THEREFORE, I SUGGESTTO
State Board of Pharmacy. The board is program. Miss Jessie
con Giles is program chair- THE CITIZENS OF THE BROWNSVILLE AREA OR ELSEWHEREIN
cerned over barbiturates narcotics and tran-
man for the occasion.
quilizers. THE MAIMI AREA, WHO HAVE BOUGHT PROPERTY FROM ME, ;

Rep. Kenneth Myers of Miami wants an Naomi Again Symonette this year will, Mrs.be THAT YOU-LOOK AT THIS PROPERTY. \

anti corruption bill for cracking down on in charge of the May 9, MY AGENT IS MR. WILLIAM M. THOMSON, REALTOR, Or'i'i
under-the-table kick backs and bribes to Sunday evening programof
employees music. Appropriatesongs FICE ADDRESS: 615 N. E. 125TH STREET, PHONE 151-3461. MR.
both in government and private bus- for the day and I
iness. pagervtry will be In store THOMSON IS AMPLY QUALIFIED TO GIVE YOU THE PRICES AND {

IDa de's Rep. Jess Yarborough's bill would for those who attend this (
The public Is
program.
give county commissioners authority to adopt Invited to witness all of
zoning and building regulations in unincor- these programs.

porated areas of a county. Mrs. Marion Muldrowis r ,.
chairman of the souvenir -
program committee. All TERMS.'f'
Governor Hayden Burns' bill to aid the ads, patrons and special
features must be given to
Florida exhibit at this year's World Fair1.2 the committee by April
million was approved by a vote of 34 to 9 des- 26. Rev. S. A. Cousin has
pite a warning from Senator Pearce, chairmanof announced the presenceof : =,-r H. W.. .th :St.

the Finance and Taxation Committee that surprise dignitaries
during the week's activi' >
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday April 23, 1965 5 :

lion people saw the World's Fair last year but Wilkins to '4I I

for the' millions of visitors anticipated this
Address Jax
year there are several striking new attrac-

tions and updated' old favorites. Dinner
s Shirlee ltd! Mildred Shatteen are the {

proud parents of a boy, to be playmate to Wilkins Jacksonville, executive- Roy direc-

their darling little girl. tor of the National Association -
Also attending the FAMU exercises were for the Ad-
'
Dr. James\ E. White, Mr. and Mrs. JohnR. Phaion and Hortense Hythe were down vancement of Colored

Marks Rev. C. P. Preston, Dr: Howard from Baltimore for commencement last week- banquet People given will in address his honor a

Hadley, Mrs. Albertha Sawyer, Mrs. Ullie end at FAMU. Phalon graduated with greater by the Jacksonville'

Muse Doles, Miss Lorraine Sawyer, James distinction. Hortense with distinction. Branch NAACP. April 25
Cherry, Mrs. Annette McNeal Mr. and (Mr*. William H Hanna and at 6 p.m. The dinner will rle
and Mr. and be held at the Mayflower
Mrs. David Simmons and daughters. daughter, Cassandra, motored to Key West on Hotel. More than 500 per-
"Porgy and Bess," Gershwin's musical Sunday to attend the funeral of 'Mrs. Hilda sons are expected to be
masterpiece which has been playing to stand McPhee who died in that city last week. Sur- present to hear Mr. Wilkins -

ing room only crowds at Coconut Grove Play- viving are a son, Kyle Curry and a daughter, speak.

house is being held over for a third smash Eartha Belle Robinson. AnnouncementThe .
week. Miss Mable Barlow represented the Sig
Gamma Rho at its Southeastern monthly Union of Mrs. Ella Moncur proprietor
Sorority
Charles is ma
Kelly down from New York the Ushers' Federation of Theatrical Beauty
visiting with his father, Alonzo 'Kelly and five Regional meeting April 16-17 at Knoxville, Association will be held Salon will be the guest speakeron
Tenn. Sunday at ttfe 25th Anni-
sisters.
Sunday April 25 at 3 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Representing the Miami Chafpter of Fron- It will be held at Greater versary Tea of the Beautician's
Zeke
Brady entertained withan New Macedonia M. B. Unit No. 7. The tea will be
"Evening in Ireland" on Monday in honorof tiers of America at the regional meeting in Church, 3165 NW 56th St. held at the home of Mrs. Mary'
their cousin.. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Venerable New Orleans were Robert Gabriel and E. N. A very unique and elab- Kirkland 310 N.W. 44th Street.
of Detroit. orate program has been Unit 7 will worship in a groupat
Taylor.Rachel Greater Bethel A.M.B.Church .
Nice to know Cora Hankerson U up and and 3aj-th Reeves Jr., were happy ment.planned for your enJoy- at 11 ..m. Sunday.
out again after her recent illness. onlookers at FAMU's commencement Satur-

Congratulation toMike Hart (Harriett day when their dad received his Meritorious Please come! You are Watch For The

and James' son) who won the high jump Achievement Award. Motoring up with them most Deacon cordially Edwin Invited.Ramsey

event in Dade County's track championshipswith was Gregg Hamm. president; Willie J. Beard, Kappa
a record leap of 6-5%. reporter and Rev. Roscoe
Out of town guests attending the Aran- Marian Anderson sang a triumphant fare Jackson, pastor. Sweetheart Ball

ha-King wedding on Easter Day were Mrs. well concert at New York's Carnegie Hall

L. B. McIntosh of Brunswick, Ga.; Mrs. Jessie Sunday before a sell-out audience as the con-
Burnette and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Burnette of tralto ended her 30-year career as a concert "JIJU "'- '
? \" /, ,< \ ,, ,' TjE
Savannah, Ga.Livingston. singer. "i"t'l; "
Broward County's Department of Class TEA.,
Adderly spent a few days in
Nassau last week.Celebrating room Teachers' annaul "Teacher of the Year" CA.LEN R. I

birthdays this week will be banquet will have as its guest speaker, Eliza- .;. :

the Strapps, Robert and Arthuryne; M. R. beth TCountz, national president-elect of the .. : ,

Russell, Veronica and Venita Timpson; Wel- Department of Classroom Teachers NEA. SUNDAY,'HAY 2ND, ,3al- \'P.M.','\ :' :f

lington Johnson, Estella E. Waller, Thomas The affair is being held this evening at the I' Roosevelt' ; Savings,& Loan :Association: '
Escape Hotel in Fort Lauderdale Beach. ,
Godfrey, Myrdis Wilson, Delores E. Smith, 6015' N.W.7 h Avenue ,
iI
Among the college crowd home for spring \i
Littleton
'
Lang, Gwendolyn Welters and Gil- '
bert Styles. vacation were Oscar Edwards Jr. from More- I :\ Hear''ft rJdQ s Attorney General

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Anthony and Ruth house and Charles Sands Jr. from Elmhurst. I HONORABLE EARL FAIRCLOTH !

Bettett attended the funeral of Mrs. Carnette Preschool registration will be starting f Statetnan. -, HvmaRttarion. Orator
Foster Robinson in Bartow. very soon Mothers if you have a child who ,
Our deepest, sympathy is offered to the will start the first grade in the fall, be sure r.- MUSIC REFRESHMENTS ,

family of the late Jennie Taylor and to the and get his birth certificate now. ; "'," \ .I' Sponsored by 'It

Lewis Blakes in the loss of their loved ones. Mrs. Bernice Martin was given a sur- 'DADE COU$' YOUHG DEMOCRATIC,ASSH; M

Nellie Moore motored to Stuart to attend prise birthday party on April 19 by her sons, ; "hhV. ., "
the funeral of her aunt, Bessie McHardy. Rudy Simpkins and Charles Williams. \

Zetas and 5igmas are hosts 'this evening -
to guests at their Grand Orchid Ball. Juanita Loyal 59er '
Pinckney is basileus of Zeta and Lucious
Crawford is president of Sigmas. The Loyal 59ers Feder-
FOR THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATES -CALL
ated Club will meet Sunday
The family of the late Mrs. Alice Dean
April 25, 4:30: p.m.a .
and Mrs. Astoria Hammonds presented a bap- t the home of Mrs. Cora
tismal font to the Church of the Transfiguration Rucker, 1726 NW 5th St.
as a memorium. The font was made by a Mrs. Elizabeth Epsy Cur-
tis, president of city association -
member of the family, Samuel Harrison.
asks all mem-
National Library Week is being celebrated bers to be present. Im-
April 25-May 1. How about forsaking tele- portant business to dis-
vision for one evening and enjoying a good cuss.We T1i RENTALjJAGENCYIN
book? Can only recommend the ones we have thank all our old (

enjoyed recently such as, Dick Gregory's Nig- their members membership.for renewing

ger, Wallace's The M'an' and Victoria Holt's Mrs. loha Turner, pres- ) ,
The Legend of The Seventh Virgin how- ident; Mrs. Alice Jones,
ever your neighborhood library is planning a reporter.

special program just for you. ,',
Mr. and Mrs. John Mosely visited in St.

Augustine for the Easter holidays.The ; IN
William Haley joined the Easier HON L. L. BROOKS

Parade in Tallahassee with the A P. Turners. I DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.
Wtonda Miller of Winter Park the R ISCharming PRESIDENT
guest of Henry and Jewel Young over was the .' '<,,,. }, ,* 'y '- ': \ ; ; '; '.:'$.'>r,,XHSJ' f" t';" '''' """' .,.
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; ; GEORGE'P.1HARTHGENERAL ;r
weekend. ,;jr: : 0 : .L MANAGER'tr R.T k... ", / >..7/; > ,;;p ; "
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This is National YWCA Week, A weekof ; <
rededication by YWCA members all over the > I, ; S MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN 1: at ;. ,

world whose ideals of Christian service was 10,000 HOUSING UNITS ,:'* /t: ,

founded more than a century ago. The theme /i: ,, .' ,.J ;, :. .:
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for the week" is, "For Today's World, Investin "\:;>;;'#': Bonded also has employment service at tnainfoffice::;''',

Yourself. ;''- 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue ,,.:', ,
Edna Milledge is in Denmark, S. C. at- }
'
tending the funeral of her brother-in-law, A full time public relations department to assist you 'In solving' your problemsPlus -t. '

Rev. James Faust. a fleet of cars giving door to door service for tenants convenience
, Lillian Bajllou, Cecil Harris, Bill Stirrup, ,\' On nights and Sundays for emergency service coil PL 9.8733
Theodore Gibson, Ellen Jane Kelly and Wal- -
lace' Deat are among our shut-ins. Remember MAIN OFFICE
them with cherry get-well wishes. Janet (Jim) '
Yvonne Muse of Tallahassee, ,;! 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9.8733
Congratulations to John Gill of Atlanta ,, '"' '
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received a Bachelor of Science ,
'( \I>'jP' : h{g'r.' .
who has been elected managing editor of his Degree in education at Florida 'Vandalism
school's newspaper. John is a sophomore at A&M University, Saturday (Jd ***:irIJ;" C.A.:,Lo. ,kh, ef t, bllc:,Relations, :Dlreeter/! :<;*:'': ', ,
Georgia Tech where Negroes have only beenin April 17.
She plans to enter graduate
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.. ___THE MIAMI\ _TIMES.,. ,Friday, April 23, 1965 7
"' ; tO..D" '" J1\Y .4/:4: 'C' ::Bn. r li 1 fij .flfl :; n..11 <; ; f Anniversary ..

'.I.J4n!"',;&v'),., ;0',), N'. ,, "C", > <'. > .(\' -oj" '.,',,\>,", ,',., t,,,< .sf,!' ,...'i: f". "

.- Places. .i;: Membership Drive tot"15'btHJ : 'M\:1\ Banquet May 9

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Anniversary Banquet of
z"f Florida's N A A C P Pearson announced. water, St. Petersburg, Greater' Bethel AME
Things. branches have begun a Florida's largest bran Sanford, 'Orlando Day- Church are now available
y massive drive to raise ches are expectd to top tona Beach. Cocoa, Mel- through boards, clubs and
By Lawrence B. Cooper *OMi00e00ei1 $15,000 members during their quotas for the year. bourne, Gifford, West the office secretary, Miss
Palm Beach, Ft. Lauderdale -
1965. "All of our branchesare Jacksonville has already Dorothy Richardson.This .
The.biggest difference between men and working actively to started on a drive to Tallahassee, Pen- fellowship banquet
sacola and Panama City. '
boys ia the cost of their (toy, reach their goals," Rut- reach 2,500 new members will be held May 9 ag a
ledge R. Pearson, State while Miami and Tampaare "Many smaller branches culminating event for a
Sunday, obviously, was Easter. We were up Conference President said. expecting to gain a are engaged in stiff Week long observance of
at 4 "Some like Fort Myers, total of 2,000 each. Head- competition among them- 69 years of service and
a.m. as thousands
were of others to ,
greet have sharing in the Miami
already
over
gone Ing the Tampa Drive is selves to see which will
the morn, worship and sing praises unto Him the number of members Mrs. Willie B. Gallon, an reach their quotas before community. Mrs. Marie
who has risen. needed for their quotas," active churchworker and the close of the June Price is chairman of the
he said. "Heading the well known citizen in that period," Mr. Pearson said, Banquet Committee.
This religious festival, it seems, was meant membership drive for community. He named Sarasota, Groups of the com-
for the younger set.. There were scores of the the state will be Horace Brtadenton-JPalmetto and munity are asked to con'
traditional Easter Egg Hunts sponsored by Reed, president of t h-e Other branches actively Deland as examples. tact Mrs. Price or the
East Volusia Branch, Mr.H1PApq. campaigning are Clear-
church office for
churches and other group
organizations, along with ..
tickets individual
"private hunts" given by families for the : \. < ": <' ":" ,'t :; : J and or
en-
t.//:, ." ; : ::t: tickets for the occasion.Mrs. .
joyment of their youngster kins and the i r North Florida AMCP: UnitsMap Cherrye Mills Bow-
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friends. : yer will serve as mistress
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The "Green Giant" 'of this season' Rush dignitaries and spec-
egg C. ukkfor Rights ',' "i .<4ij'l
hunt was sponsored by the Dade County-Wide !,>>.>...">.". _<,_, __''' _, ',.&" ,"',"':".',,i&J ially Invited guests will
Citizens Committee with bands, soft drinks, participate.
free rides TALLAHASSEE Representatives implementation of all state. The NAACP state
prizes etc.
of branches titles of the 1964 Civil office was directed to take
We've heard about read about and have of the North Florida area Rights Act and other exIsting whatever action neces eral funds but still prac-
,
Conference of the NAACP legislation aimed at sary to protect the rightsof tice segregation In o n e
attended affairs honoring a person and per- met Saturday, April 10 to improving the conditionsof all persons seeking to form or another, urged
sons. But we* have never heard about, read reassess conditions of the poverty and poor edu- register and vote who NAACP branches to take
(until now) nor attended an egg hunt honor- the northwest section of cational facilities of Ne- may be subjected to harassment the lead in setting into
improving the conditions groes.In and Intimida- motion local anti-poverty
ing someone. Charles Hadley, chairman of the
Negro and civil rights in the program, the tion.The programs and to protest
Committee and his group honored Fletcher the northwest section of delegates call for a mas- group also called any School desegregationplan
Paschal, local school teacher on this occasion. the state. sive voterregistrationdrives on the Federal Govern- which does not meet' ,
This giant Easter pageant was at Manor Park. Outcome of the meetingwas by every NAACP ment to investigate sev- the requirement of existing -
a program designedas branch, youth council and ral hospitals In the area court decisions and
Take me to Your Leader! a means for seeking college chapter in the which have received Fed- laws

Soviet astronomers stirred scientists

around the world recently by suggesting that

mysterious radio signals from outer space ma r ,
indicate the existence of a highly intelligent
civilization unknown to Earth.

,
If these astronomers, whether Soviet or
U. S., would train their giant radiowhatyoucallit 0A

on 71st St. and 17th Ave., rapt 9, they
would get the same mysterious signals !

The Russos as well as other dabblers in the ,
unknown have suggested that the radio signals

may actually be the work of highly intelligent

ibeings attempting to communicate from far :,
out in space. If so, they probably would be

thousands or even millions of light years away. .. BLEND OF YEAR OLD wwslcYS PROOF
ft PS.-What's a light year in time? R SUPERLATIVE NEUTRAL GRAIN SPIRITS
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Well, I'll be Dog-gone< !

Communist East German guards shot a

defecting dog as it attempted to swim
der canal to West Berlin. West Berlin police I g ss sS
said the dog was one of those used to patrolthe
anti-refugee wall. It jumped into the canal
and started to swim toward the West Berlin (

Bank despite orders from the guards' to comeback : : '

The Commie guards fired seven shotsat
the dog killing it.
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Even a dog can't escape Communism!


And you think you are ,in bad shape. The a
recent tornadoes, 37, that struck the Midwestat
night killed over 235 persons and left thou-
sands homeless; derailed 59 cars of a freight

train near Shelby, Ohio ; rolled up a new yN
blacktop road like a carpet in Michigan ; pushed -
planks like spears through solid masonry -- -

walls at Crystal Lake, Ill ; smashed factoriesin *

Indiana, wrapped aluminum siding around :
utility poles in Mount Gilead, Ohio ; wrenched A
metal guard rails from concrete posts along *
Indiana highways -sand blew buses with passengerS -

from ,the road in five states. :1 see Us Wilkent have been a family of distillers we invite you 10 taste

And just take a look at what the mighty since way back in'86. H....'* a real old snap of p.Wilken talking to Our Famify' Own
the ui boys about Our Family'Whisky Pa wu forever hammering into m. and my Personal. RecipeYou
and other rivers are doing to
Mississippi broth William aU of Grandpa Wilken'rule for making wh.kye1dra smooth and time make
Every we an
unfortunate humans in those water logged and tatty and easy wallowing Grandpa took up distilling jut about 80 year ago And acquaintance we soon make
flooded areas I Pa picked it up where.he left off Now we're following out Pa'teaching And we're a friend.Try our Meet Acquainted" -
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday April 23, 1965
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1 1 / I WASHINGTON, D.C.-Vlce note that says, 'No Job
I President Hubert II. Humphreyhas Discrimination.' You are Model of The WeekWhen
going to have to do more than -
urged labor leaders to i I
assist minority citizens to,I that," the Vice President
)., overcome the handicap of long said..
years of' discrimination. "You are going to have to
j jI k Speaking before a national get up and literally make it
I AFL-CIO Equal Employment; crystal clear that a policy has
I Opportunity Conference, the been changed. We must en-
'. I Vice President said: "We gage in affirmative recruitment
now have 'Project Headstart' of qualified minority
(for pre-school children handicapped i- applicants to get the best, to
1 1I" a a by poverty). We need encourage them to apply. It
'Operation Catchup.' That is is necessary to support su
: what Manpower Developmentand plemental educational p'F
d I Training is about-to help portunities for those
.. people who have for years in union membership and
r been denied a chance, who seek to meet legimate qualifications ________
; I I have always been entered.in for union member ; Mr
the race by being put back 25 ship."
51"I paces We are to put every- The Vice President said ,
body oa the same starting the program of the government, -
;,,'. blocks, on the same starting the President, the Vice Presi- _
>' line, and we are going to try dent, and of the Congress is
I to see to it that everybody has to try to release the great j.
\ ; dig an equal chance." capacities of the American ,
lAi
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Mr. Humphrey Chairmanof people for constructive good. )
I'J.; \. the President's Committee "It is to conserve and
I on Equal Employment Oppor develop and use human resources -
i I tunity and is responsible for and once we rid our
IJ the coordination of all civil selves of this curse of racism
,-rights and equal opportunity and of racial intolerance .
'activities of the Federal and the sooner we get at it
I Government. and get the job done, the
II He told the union leaders better off we are going to be." !
I that if equal employment The Vice President also v
!, opportunity is to be a reality, emphasized the intention of
n employers and unions must of the Federal Government to
seek voluntarily to promote use all means available to
such opportunities. to see that Title VII of the
'"After a group of people Civil Rights Act of 1964,
have heard for 100 years 'No which 'pertains to equal em- you apply for a Beauty Social,. the vo'ce'
1\ .. hear will be that of Mrs. Claudine Allen social
Negroes Need Apply, it isn'trgiving ployment opportunity, is implemented you
I: : Colorim them equal opportunity and enforced fairly secretary for the Mr. Bond Models. Mrs. Allen is
Hair COII I'I be Easiei
in small type a foot- and equitably. originally from Pittsburg.She is married to Edgar Allenof
Title VII becomes effectiveas Miami. The Aliens have lived in Opa Locka seven
Changing the color or suring, no mistakes and of July 2, 1965 and will be teen years; their son Roger is a sophomore at Msgr.
your hair is as popular as with rich conditionersbuilt Pace High School. Mrs. Allen attended Schenley
.. by-step directions. Just applicable to all employers,
changing hairstyle. into the for-
right
your Business School in Pittsburg and is now taking a refresher -
I employment agencies and labor
with the
the color
apply
What has been needed Is mula for: soft; manageable
do it w work it thru unions with 100 or more em course at Lindsey Hopkins.
a simple way to at hair. applicator,
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L home with little time like ployees. The gradual ex- ,t
as Casual contains every- a shampoo, let it set "
,} and and then rinse It's tension of Title VII will .. .
expense as possible. thing a woman needs for just
I Now, the Toni Company, coloring her hair, so as easy as that. Casual eventually cover all employersand
one of the top five national there's nothing extra to Permanent Hair Color labor unions with 25 or
,, cosmetic firms in total buy. Each carton con- comes in a wide range of more employees or members, .
domestic sales, has met tains the exact amountof attractive shades, and of and all employment agencies. ttJ'f, ;' '
that need for women. hair color needed, a the 15 shades, there shouldbe i) '." ThTim 0
44"; Casual Permanent Hair pro-measured quantity of one that will appealto :
Color by Toni requires creme developer in an every woman.If HIGH NET PROFIT :a. See Africa is Now
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notified of
America is on the move. address. All
I The First Cathederal Census Bureau figures riers have
Spiritual Counsel had an ele- show that in a recent for this
gant Fashionette held at the h year over 35 million people The
House of Albert Funeral Home. moved to a different District
Men, women, and some beautiful r house. Acoording to social at 12696 NW
children modeled stunning security records, almost If you want
fashions. Last on the program 20 million people are about social
were our own Mr. Bond Models, currently receiving monthly the families
Mrs. Azol. Hunt,. Mitt Florence checks. workers, visit
Grlftin# and Miss Nancy Put these two facts together telephone
Corker. Mrs. Hunt, our well and it is apparentthat security
mown stylist combed out a many of those receiving NW 7th Ave.
jet-biack."Wick d wic"n Mrs. Mable Hays. Also monthly social there will be
modeling Mr. Bond wigs were two charming ladies security checks will move you any
from the group: Mrs. War., modeling an after-five within the year. or assistance
"Beehive" style. and Mrs. Jackson, in a casual, To make sure their
"All-Around-the-Clock" style-both ladies checks reach them on
derful models. Mrs. Williams, president of were the coun-won- time, the Social Security
sel, also wore a wig styled by Mrs. Hunt. We spotteda Administration asks that of 'Spring
fewold friends Mrs. Carrie Curry, Mrs. Andrews, people receiving monthly
and Mrs. Monro., one of our former Beauty Social benefits notify them immediately Sigma
when their address
hostesses., Remember ladies: For every Mr. Bond wig "Buds of
you sell through the counsel, Mr. Bond will add $5 to is changed. Theyare be
your treasury-as he does with all groups doing chari- urged to report their April 30 at
table work. new address promptly, County :
Mrs. Alberta Campbell's house is beautifully either hy using the postcard p.m. Over
decorated; it is a feast for the eyes.Mrs. Campbellhad form given them escorts
a. delightful social and when they applied for grades
we met Mrs. Isobelle .
Young Mrs. Young was last year's winner of the benefits or bV getting in county will
touch with their nearest
Mr. Bond Raffle .She won an "Instant Beauty" this cultural
district office.
wig of Sigma
course
Mrs.Cloudine Allenone of a team of professional In reporting a changeof cordially
address the social se-
Mr. Bond Models conducts the Beauty Socials that lic to attend.
have become such popular evening and weekend en-
tertainment. Either at home or at an organizational INCOME AND FREE LIVING
meeting, a Mr. Bond professional model conducts a
program that reveals the beauty secrets she has been 3 Unites 4612 N.W. 16th Ave.
trained in-proper use of cosmetics and 'the secrets of
make-up, how to walk, sit and stand. A lot of funanda 3 UNITS
lot of valuable hints are learned about beauty, 4612 N.W. 16th nlle. $500 down. $
charm and poise. To arrange a Beauty Social at your
home or meeting for six or more ladies, call 532-4848. DUPLEX
If the model's schedule is overcrowded at present, an
1121 N.W. 47th Street. $500
evening will be arranged in the near future. A Beauty
Social is a free public service of Wigs by Mr. Bond. DUPLEX

2125 N.W. 58th Street. $500 down. $
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One place where the ladies are very sociable WE TRADE
having Mr. Bond Socials is Opa Locka. Mr. Bond I
Models have had a good time giving these lovely FORD REALTY, INC. BROKER '
hostesses and their friends beauty hints:
3639 N.W. 15th Ave.
Lucille Price and her friends enjoyed seeing :
themselves in Mr. Bond wigs for the first time. Mrs. !
Prlc.'. mother, Mrs. Gadshow, was so cute, she stole ,
the show. 33156'r
Daisy Evans fascinated her husband with a l.fWll'1".t'I.'UIBII.I"tJfllllllr" /
"Wicked Wig" Mrs. Muriel Evans was her charmingself .$w }\ >'J' ';' ( > '<"' ,,
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in her "instant $ ', >J- : '
beauty. K SrISli' .'\'
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Shirley Young and her friends questioned Mr. l": ,
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Bond Model Ros Hill on every phase of facial beautyand ;.", :t> >,, ,:" > '
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a very good time was had by all. ': ? H,
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Bernice Bethel and her friend, Elizabeth Spencer >,;
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had daughters.Mr.a lot of fun. choosing the right wig for their teenage i;,'<):ape;'i,;, ,. >Ctes,' Oil Fabrics :
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Bond thanks Mary Bell Pridgeon for the lovely .l:."::"; :i.. N_ .-e---____,___ ..,....____ : '
also.socials she has arranged. She is a wonderful hostess, SAVE 30%

We did our first teen-age facial on the daughterof LUXURIOUS CUSTOM MADE
Lucille Monchore.
We were happy to celebrate the birthday of Mrs. i ANTIQUE SATIN AND FRENCH
Ethel Miller with a Mr. Bond Beauty Social.
Esterlene Colebrook found a lovely way to en- I MANY BEAUTIFUL COLORS TO I

Sociall tertain out of town guests she had a Beauty FROM II

Our largest social in Opa Locka, a gala affair, I FREE ESTIMATES
was given by Ruby Strickland. We were happy to
participate in her worthy charity. Shop at Home Dial
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Katie Crenshaw set up an afternoon of musical I I Representative will bring samples I '
entertainment and fashion show in behalf of the
Eastern Star Chapter of the International Masons at I home. Also save on custom-made
the Liberty City Recreation Center last Sunday. Mrs. and uphostery work.
Mary Arllne and Mrs. A. Brodchaw presented the I
program-their adorable children gave recitations in
keeping with the Easter season. Mistress of cere- l DUNHILL |
monies was Mrs. Simms, wife of the Rev. Simms. !
Prominent guests included Mrs. Amos Fludd and Mrs. limflnuiiiiimiiuuiiiiniiiiimiiiniiiiiiffiiiimiiiimiiiiniii I I
Lumpl kins. Our Mr. Bond Model, Nancy Corker, cap !
tivated the audience with a demonstration of how

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: i C I Ebutzcr Mtthodist Chvrch BUMS Mortgage Woman Day *t

I Greater New I


.. I Under Rlv. Aaron D: Hall's Pastoral Bethel


I ducive for worshipping; the Greater New Bethel I
I 25 will
rY Sunday, April bea A membership has increased Incessantly -
Church celebrates its
bit day in the history of ,
and, the spirit of
;
13th annual Woman'sDay
Ebenezer Methodist Church w NEW MT. MORIAH CHURCH
cooperation among the mean
Scheduled to take place will April 25.
bers is excellent.
be two memorable events. Having encountered Morning guest speaker Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor
"The Dedication of the Church many
difficulties in this will be Mrs. Beatrice
struggle,
and the Organ." These services the membership made numerous Waldron, a civic and religious Eleventh Annual Woman's

will begin at 1 p.m. in sacrifices, and launched well known leader Day Program, April 25. Mrs.
lieu of 3 Thelma Milton, chairman and
p.m.Worshipping many efforts toward the reali- school teacher and a
with us will zation of this day. member of Roanoke Baptist Mrs. Christel Wilfork, co-
be Bishop Marquis Lafayette chairman.
Through these united efforts Church in West Palm .... ,
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Harris of the Atlantic Coast Beach. -
the greatest achievement -
Area Dr. Dennis Fletcher,
; in Ebenezer's historyhas Evening guest speakeris
4 Director of the National
been accomplished.The Mrs. W. K. Smith wife
Division of the Board of Missions membership boasts of I of Rev. W. K. SmUh, \
of the Methodist Church
; this opportunity to "Dedicateour Union president of Scabbard -
and Rev. Eugene J. Shepherd, by 9 Church and Hold Rev. Baptist Association, i .
I District Superintendent of the
Ministers and Deacons
Aaron D. Hall, our pastor in a
South Florida District. Each
Union of the Woman'sDepartment.
High Esteem. For with the
will participate on the pro- She is civic _
a
help .of God, and the cooperation
gram. Delivering the Dedica-
and religious leader.
of the members Rev.
tory Sermon will be Bishop
Hall devoted himself unswer- Mrs. DorothyDavis Is h
Harris.At 11 Dr. Fletcher
a.m.,
MRS. RUBY L. SCOTT I chairman Mrs. Lola Martin
will give the vingly toward the .attainmentof ; -
message this objective. co-chairman; Rev. W.
Usher Board No. 2 of The official staff, membersand Sr. was appointed to serve
K. Smith .
On Monday. April 26. at pastor.TEMPLE
friends of Ebenezer
Macedonia Baptist Church, our congregation. He was
comer of Charles Avenue and Methodist Church have looked faced with a $44,000 mortgage. 8 p.m., we will terminateour

Douglas .Road, in Coconut forward to this day, when Under his leadership, the Calendar Rally. For several BAPTIST
weeks the auxiliaries of the
Grove, invites you to attend "Burning the Mortgage," church building has been Easter services were
their eleventh anniversary Tea pending since 1947, will become developed into a very beauti- church have been workingvery great from every angle.
hard toward this
Sunday, April 25, from 3 to 5. a reality. November, ful sanctuary with all the making The attendance was overwhelming -
another successful
Mrs. Ruby L. Scott, president 1955 was the turning pointin modem facilities necessary event. and the spirit
of the Miami Branch Auxiliary this direction. The present for promoting and maintaininga The public is invited to was high. The choirs, un- MRS. W. B.'SIMSJIwM1
Rev. Aaron Hall worship with us at each of der the baton of Deacon
National Alliance of these services.
Postal Employees, is the < -' Reubln_ Hepburn,_ and I

speaker. ST. PAUL'S AME ST. BARNABAS W.M. with Mrs. v. Strachan at
McGhaneySpeaks. the organ and Miss Elsie

ST. JAMES,AME MEN'S DAY! Men's Day! 5871 NW 24th Ave. Douglas at the piano gavea

Yes Sunday is Men's Dayat Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor good account of them-
Rev. J. B. Blacknell
our church. Wear e Rowena Richardson selves. The Sunday
pastor forward for a big The Christian Service School children, led by
Bert Cooper, reporter ]looking day. Our general chairman reporter Prayer Fellowship to- Mrs. A. Clark and Mrs. V. g ...

As a reminder to those H. Wade, said, Hear. ,thou my prayer gether with the Miami Strachan presented an interesting -

members who have forgotten i"Women we need your 0' Lord, Times carriers, McGhan- program. Dwieht

: Services Sunday ,help and support, spiritu- And listen to mv cry. ey's group, are planningto Thompson was the effi-
will revert to the Community and financially to Remember now. thy faith; resume Bible study on cient M. C. and Pauline .
ally
Center on 14th make this day a memor- ful word. Sunday, May 2, if God is Moss was the speaker. .

Ave. in 'the Project". ]able occasion.Our And graciously reply. willing. We are asking the All of the youngsters 1HMRS.
public to help us in our including the tots '
were
Our Easter services at co-chairman, W. Sunday was a day of undertaking. Everyone is Just good.
,
Dorsey Junior High were 1 1Just Brown, says "To our rejoicing In the Lord. welcome. Meeting will
The Junior
a one-day affair. many friends and mem- Everyone was spiritually begin at 3:30: p.m. at their Ushers' Board
% will
This small inconvenience bers, we know that we touched. No.1, choir was home, 2270 NW 153rd St. sponsor its annual

of worshipping in
the center while our new
church is being built does reach their goal. Please the Holy Spirit. Alibaba Ave. about what bovs'and!: three girls are IRENE BROWN

not bother the member- don't let us down." We were very happv to she thought about God's contending for the crown.

ship as well as the visi Easter Sunday services have our pastor, Rev. help in prayer. This is Each one fq asking for wit
vour vote Come as
and +
n
tors. Services are usually were enjoyed by all the Culmer" with us. Hethawed what she had to say: 'We how they see t.u
run.
) crowded. That's so nice. Attndance was perfect.We overvone who pray for things$ but we The male chorus r
had been praying for his Chas.
wish to thank our are in such a hurry until
I It came as a surprise to recovery. Ambrose president, and ,
f members and we won't give Him a
f many of us that the old ;many friends. Special thanks go Bro. Sidney Trotmanwas chance to answer our Deacon R. Hepburn dlJ; .

church will be completely ;to our people who in Mercy Hospital. prayer. I know that this rector will sponsor itsnamo r..
young
\'S f) demolished Instead oft helped and participated in He Is home dolnsr fine, is true because I am a : rally Tue dav: April I
being remodelled as most :the Easter to aiep Mrs Lillian KnowlesIs witness of that fact. So 27. 8 pm. All are invited.

I of us had been led to be- ,make it enjoyable program for all, doing fine. when we pray, let's wait It wa i pleasing<< to have I

lleve. The 'New St. James' also; to their parents and Our church's anniver- for the answer, for it will Mr. Btenrtie Major andGrl"nvllJe

t... } will contain, among other 1;friends who took time out sary will begin Mondav, surely come." Moss in service tr
Stew- April 26. Rev. J. B. Rundav!: morntn0'' Th,:v
J things, a basement, 1 to come and hear them. Prayer for the week: We 6
; S ard and Stewardess Morning speaker, Rev. Blacknell pastor of St. beseech thee, Almighty had bpn on the sick list :
air James AME Church will God. look the hear- for some time.
t' meeting rooms, conditioning upon 1\\:
J F. E. Sneed, Mt. Hermon,
be In
of the
etc. charge opening ty desires of thy humble
;Ft. Lauderdale.
night also his_ choir. servants and stretch BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe
This news gives the our cnurcn conference forth the right hand of yA rx .4

members a feeling of anxiety MT. CALVARY will start Wednesday at thy majesty 'to be our Baha'is! of Southeastern -

that of hurrying to Etteneser W. M. Church, defense against all our Florida will celebrate -
f move to their new edifice. 1612 NW 5th Court Rev Newbold pastor. Our enemies; through Jesus the Feast of RIdvan,

It also gives us the ener- Rev. S. Atchison, pastor pastor said we wouldn't Christ our Lord marking the declaration

gy to work harder, con- Constance Carter, reporter he having church this Amen. of Baha'u'llah, Founder of

tribute more to "get the The members of the No. Sunday we are charteringa So until another week, the Baha'1 Faith, as

; work done. 2 choir of the Mt. Calvary bus to go to the closingof if God's will thanks for God's Manifestation for

Baptist Church would like the conference in Del- reading. this acre. This affair will EVANGELIST MAGGIE GREENAt

r ; Here's an occasion to to thank everyone for ray. Let us pray for our be held in the garden of the morning service

again don that Easter helping to make their 25th sick and shut-ins. Grace PresbyterianRev the home of Mr. and Mrs. Evangelist Maggie M. Green
frock and eat, chat andsip anniversary a success. Obert Emanuel, 43 Star will be
our
speaker. At the
tea with the Building They were financially and NEW MACEDONIARev. W. F. Savoy, pastorWe Island Sunday, April 25 3 p.m. service, Mrs. W. E.
''I
Fund Calendar Club onJ spiritually blessed.On at 1 p.m. Mr. Val Sage Sims
May 9 at Its Mother's Day Roscoe Jackson give thanks for the professional vocalist will be our messenger.
Monday, April 26, fine devotional and fellowship and Evening service, Mrs. Irene
Tea. The donation is 50c pastor actor will
there speak.
will be
a "big fun Brown
will
: Tea time is from 4 to 6 eral." It will be Willie Beard, reporterThe experiences of the Miss Olive Alexander be our speaker.
J non e
The
Sister Nathan's, Lenten and Easter season: public is invited to
at executive
p.m. other than the Devil's director of
Easter atmosphere
The Maundy Thursday come out and help us have a
7036 NW 19th Ave. JESCA, and
funeral. Everyone is cor- surrounded Macedonia on Communion service, the George Sa- glorious time. Will you please
Don't forget your birth dially Invited, to come last Sunday. The services Good Friday service the vitt, local Mlamians are come.

month Sunday. A fee of and see this great funeral were very high and the Easter dawn service, the planning on attending the
which has been planned. church filled to its National Baha'i Conven-
$2.00 is expected from was regular Sunday service,
I you. Let's get moving! capacity. The pastor's the excellent evening pro- tion to be held April 29 to ZION HOPE M. B.

around the Crucifixiontexts gram by the Sunday May 2 at the beautiful Rev. Paul Freeman
House pastorE.
were centeredand School and the. Easter of Worship In

ANTIOCH BAPTIST the Resurrection of egg hunt last. Sunday af- Wilmette, Illinois. Both Jackson, reporter

i Rev J. W Stephenson CHURCHES OF our Lord and Savior ternoon. are delegates from Flori- Church service was spiritually -
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pastor CHRIST SCIENTISTThe Jesus Christ, commencingwith We are looking forwardto high all day last

f M. K. Watkins, reporter Christian's approach the Sunrise Servicehis a fine service this Sun- Sunday beginning with

t. The climax of the to final victoryover text was "Mount If." day morning. And, in the ST. MARY'S W. M. Sunday School. The pas-
s pastor's death will be a cen- The morning service he evening at 7:30 we will be Rev. tor is urging all members
5th H. Stuart
anniversary will tral theme at all Chris- spoke from the "Easter delighted to have our good pastor to please attend their
( be Sunday, April 25 at 3 tian Science churchesthis Scroll and at night his friends the youth of Ken- Miss D. Major, reporter weekly meetings. Please
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p.m. The Rev. W M. Davis Sunday. The subject text was "Looking For dall Children's Home, to Sunday is Men's Day. remember the sick and

i and congregation will be is "Probation After Jesus In The Wrong worship with us. 0 u r The speaker will shut-ins in your prayers.
be
i j in charge of the services. Death." Place. guest preacher will be the Ezekiel Braarogh The Deaconesses are

F ,(We are asking members Christian Science soci- Those of you who miss- Rev. Ernest Hutcheson Jr. of Dade County, a and Dative asking everyone who can

t visitors and friends welcomes ed the> Sunday School'sEaster who is chaplain and staff the and will to please
ety you to attend Community Service come
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\ member
to help make this an occasIon truly at Kendall. out Sunday
its services each -program director of the BTW Hiirh evening at 3
that will be long Sunday! morning at 11 missed treat. The students School. Mr. Braarogh-iS.a p.m. to their anniversary.

rememttered. o'clock at 1600 NW 54th did a marvelous Job NEW SHILOH versatile speaker in every Rev. Terrance will bb
Barbecue and dinners under the directorship of preaching.The .
St. You are also Invitedto way. You are invited to
: will be on sale at the attend the Wednesday the teaohers.If At 3 p.m. thete will bea :hear him on our theme, pastor's mother is

church, 2799 NW 46th St. evening testimony meet- you are without a program sponserd by "Progress Is Our Goal." very sick, so we are ask-

I t Friday and Saturday. ings at 8. And visit the church home or visiting the deacons. Deacon The chairman asks that ing everyone to pray for

Phone 635-8320. Reading Room Mondays here on vacation, we love Brown, chairman BTU at all captains please report her.BTU

Don't forget to pray for and Fridays 1-3 p.m., to have you worship with 5:30 p.m. Evening servicesat to him and the committee at 5:30: on Sunday

and visit our sick and Wednesday -7.5 p.m. us at 'The Holy Ghost's 7 p.m. at the church hall at evening. Bro. O. J. John-
shut-ins. Headquarters." 4 p.m. son, president.

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teatants for the May King Toddle
Inn The contest is in interest ia Over 75 and of the Golden Club of Joints
...-- being manifested.M wen women Age E. Scott Community Association -
;T Vfl enjoyed the second visit to the Green Acres Nursery in North Miami,owned by Mr. and j

Mrs. T. R. Boumgortner where they held their installation ceremonies for the new officersand

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Stephens. Third grade liam Johnson. Kindergarten. Guy Walker, Kindergarten.

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Mrs. T. R. BauMgartner Mrs. Justine Bowens and I
[old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. year-old-son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Cokine.
Powell. First tirade. Eugene Tynes. Kindergarten. Johnnie Edmonds, Sr. Kinder-
garten. SALTER'S CHAPEL All friends are welcome. MARTIN MEMORIALRev.
METROPOLITAN Williams, program chairman Don't forget the] sick and
; Mrs. Mildred White- Baptist Ministers' He is risen; he is not shut-ins give them a ring, R. H. Johnson, pastorN.
H. Bannerman, reporter head, superintendent; Mrs. here; were words spokento thev will be glad to hear G. Holton, reporterOn
Rev. J. J. Williams, pastor Mildred Thompson and CouncilThe us at the Sunrise Ser- from you. Rev. J. S. last Sunday we were
Mrs. Evelyn Wilkins for vice by Hev. Sis. Claudia Blake our former a.stor: Pre-
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have our
to
Members enjoyed a all the work that they Baptist Ministers Dixon during the 11 a.m. Is: Jmorovlne In Jackson happy A.
wonderful Easter from put into the program.A Council met Wednesday service. Our pastor Rev. Hihsnital. He Is expectingan siding Elder, Rev. F.
sunrise service throughout musical tea will be 11 a.m. at the St. Luke Benson, related the most earlv recoverv and re- Allen and his wife wor-
the day Rev. J. A. held at the church April Baptist Church After thr efficient story that help- ti'-n home. Don't forget ship with us in our Sun-
Roberts delivered a glor- 25 at" to 6 p.m. All devotion bv the chaplain ed unfold the Easter Sea- Mpn's Dav on the fourth rise services. The sermon
ious sunrist message.At members and friends are the Rev. W. O. Munday son of a risen Savior before Fundav. Clo Rankin is was delivered by llev
the 11 a.m. service cordially invited. the president, the RevT a very large atten- chairman.RPV Allen and was very Inspi-
the combined choirs sang .lohnsnn. took the chai' dance. H. .T. Benson nastor rational.
most Joyfully. The ushers pnd thanked the brethrenfor The children were so Flossie Marshall reporter Everyone enjoyed the
and choirs were beautifully FRIENDSHIPRev. carrying on during bautifully dressed in their refreshments served by
attired In their J. E. Jenkins, pastorSis. his absence I Easter costumes and ren- TRJNiTY CME Usher Board No. 1 after

spring uniforms of white. Ruby Lee Carr The Bible expositor, the dered such a beautifuland Rev. C C. Cowsen. naRtor the services. At 11 a.m
The pastor delvered a Reporter Rev. P. W. Williams, discussed lovely Easter program service the pastor: deliv-
beautiful message. The the lesson for thr which was held at Sis. Iva Smith, reporterThe ered the message At 6
sermon was entitled Sunday our services week, 1 Samuel 11, in r 6 p.m. for the young Missionary Societyof p.m the annual Easter
'Come to JesuS.' We were were wonderful throughout very Informative manner folks by the Sunday Trinity CME Churchis program was presented by
told that Easter gives vitality the day with our pas- President Johnson urg School Dept. Mrs Agnes sponsoring a Calendar the Junior Department of
to life and even so tor at his best. We were ed the brethren to give Davis and Mrs. Annie Lee Rally Sunday, April 25 4 our church. The programwas
as Christ was passed from blessed to have 11 candi- their full support to th Gunter, all of you who to 6 p.m. The ladles Invite under the direction of
the dead if we trust and dates come and join. Our plans for the World's Baptist weren't there really miss- you to come out and Mrs. Eliza Dixon and her
believe in God we also own Rev. Nathan Streeter Alliance whioh meets ed a treat. witness this great pro co-workers.
shall have eternal life. delivered the evening here In June We will all go to St. gram. You will see and
Mrs. Sylvia Taylor join- message. The Rev. Carter was Stephen's AME. New hear some of the talented Sunday the services will
ed the church on Sunday Our get-well wishes are Introduced. He delivereda Liberty City to render people of the city. Guest be rendered by the mem-
and .is a canidate for baptism I extended to Rev. Stanley strong; message on the service at 3 p.m. The Rev.A. speaker will be Miss bers of the Junior church.
'by Johnson in Jackson Me- theme. "God's Greatest Gallon is the castor. Erycenla Rahmtogs of the The morning sermon will
immersion. The
date will be set in the morial and all of o u r Love Story." This will be Sunday, Bethany Seventh Day be delivered by the past r.,
near future. SICK. Rev. T. Johnson, presI- April 25.Please. Adventist Church. We are thanking God for
don't foreet the Mrs. Rosetta Wells is His capable leadership.
The pastor baptized 7 Our deepest sympathyis dent; Rev. Harold Browr
children during morning extended to Sis. Essie P. R.MT. Seafood Dinner Sale Sat- president. She is a great Friends are always wel-
service. Dar- McCullen in the loss of urday, April 24, for worker in her communityas come 'to worship with us.
lene and They Sharon were Hicks her daughter. Quick and prompt service well as the church. The pastor is asking all
Anthony Lament Services will be at CAMEL BAPTIST you can call G33-3832 Pod She has given 15 yearsof members to attend all
Hay- Friendship Saturday at 3 your dinner will tv, delivered service as president of services of the church.
wood Robert Lee Cun-
p.m.. Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor to vou. Dinnersare this society. She also Is
unLngham, Craig Lamont We are so elated over Sis. L. McGriff, reporter being sold for benefit vice president of the Fla Thought for the week:
Pitts Alverretta Pitts and If all the members of
my
our many visitors. You of Steward Boards No. 1 CME Annual Conference
James Williams Jr. Sunday the church was church were just like me
are always welcome. 2 and 3.Sunday. and president of the Youth
the The what of church would
Sunday evening packed. pastor deliv- type
Building Fund Tea will Work in the Miami District -
Sunday School had Its ered the message, 'Pow afternoon my church be?
be held Sunday, April 25 the Please come and
annual Easter Fashion at the home of Deacon er In" The Rising of male chorus will end help make this a great --
Parade and Easter Pro- and Sis. James Lewis, 921 Christ. their anniversary. Come occasion. The church Is ANNOUNCEMENTThe
gram. I know everyone NW 46th St. You are in- At 2 p.m. the childrenhad out and be with them. located on the corner of Miami District Lay-
who attended enjoyed vited. a wonderful program. We are also looking fora 5th Ave. and 4th St. man Organization invites
everything about the The evening message was great Men's Day which
', and friends to Its
you your
program. All the children < fJ1 delivered by the pastor, will be the 4th Sunday In 1lUtlllllWllJUlllJUlllntllWIHIJIlmlllllllTH annual fund
looked beautiful in their It 'The Battle is the Lord." raising tea
May. Keep that date in
Rtfisftr ) to be given at New Bethel
Easter fineries. i The No. 1 and 2 choirs mind and come and be
E NAACP NEEDS
AME Church
Old Cutler
on
The highlight of the and all five usher boards with us. Visitors are. always -
program was a play, Th r 1II-1./ were in their summer welcome. Remember YOUR MEMBERSHIP Road in Goulds Sun-
JVtfi day, April 25 from 3 to 5p.m.
First Supper" presentedby uniforms. It
f.j,,, was a wonderful the sick and shut-ins
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> J. The speaker will be
the teenagers. Many '" '" to
sight
thanks to Mrs. Ernestine]. 'J!. <. .. "....4't see. and the poor and needy. IlUUlUIUUlllltJUlIUUllillUlUtIIIII.Ulllld Mrs. Irene Eagleton.ray .



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12 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday.. April 23. 1965

RANGE ALBERTMISS FRANCISMISS

HILDA MAE
MARGIE LEE COX of 734 NW 4th Ave.

-MEMORIALS-DEATHS McCOLLUM died April 13. died April 17, Services
Services Saturday 3 p.m. Saturday 1 p.m. in the
at Friendship Baptist chapel with Rev. AaronD.

Church, Rev. J. E, Jen- Hall officiating. Re-
kins, pastor. A native MI- mains will repose in the
IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS mian she is, survived by chapel 1 p.m. Friday.

her mother and stepfather. Survivors ,include two
In or. out .dear We the family of the late We the family of the lateJOHN N r Nathan Richard
memory .'." .a Mr. and Mrs.. sons, and An-
brother, and uncle r LITTLE GEORGE SAWYERwho ".a nwwp, ., .. Cunningham; six sisters, thony; father, Hilton Cox;

DAVID. THOMAS departed this life Jan. -s three brothers and grand- mother, Mrs. Lessie Cox;
;r "i a brother Chester Wal-
parents. ,
28, 1965 are grateful to their
this life April .
who
departed many friends for all deeds of lace; three sisters, Jo Ann
25, 1960. kindness rendered during 1! HERBERT L. WIL- Washington, Lucinda Ree
Gone, but not forgotten. their hour of bereavement. LIAMS, 1479 NW 5th Ave. and Phyneather Cox.
May he rest in peace and Special thanks to Rev. t t1 died while at work April
light perpetual shine upon him. Mozell, Range Funeral Home 12. Services were conducted -
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.',;I': and Jackson Memorial Hos 1 '" I Saturday at Mt. Car-
Mrs. Rosa Lee Johnson, .' mel Baptist Church. Sur-
of
pital. May God bless each t.
sister you. I WATrilAiNiEL JOSEPH, vivors are his wife, two
Mrs. Spero Sweeting, 1 better known to his many sons, a daughter, five
sister Mrs. Nora Carey, aunt j '1..; friends as "Ray," of brothers and two sisters.
Colleen Spriggs, niece .
.j And Family !I 15720 NW 17th Ct., Opa-
Winifred.Taylor, niece locka, died suddenly on GREGORY A. LOTTS,
Maybel Reid, niece. IN MEMORIAMIn I + April 16. He is survivedby 1423 NW 68th Terr., died

his wile, Beatrice; his April 15. Graveside ser- CMRS.
sad but loving of
IN MEMORIAMIn memory mother, Arizona; an vices were held Thursdayat

RONALD WILSON I adopted son, Michael 10 a.m.
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loving and respectful who departed this life April Holmes, his grandmother -
memory of our husband,father, 21 1963. -; Mrs. Dora Davis, six MRS. EVELYN PRAY-

son and brother Gone, but not forgotten. We i brothers, Howard, Terry, LO, Mrs Rosa Lee Roberta
Ernest John Pamela Praylo, Cynthia
Glenroy,
love you, but Jesus loves you --
Burnett and Rodney
Craig -
and Herman; four sisters,
best. W. PINKNEYwho Mesdames Luella Page, Vaughn, all of Sava- --.. .
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Violet Wilson, wife nah, Ga. were fatally injured -
departed this life March Pearlle Mae Strange, Jan-
Eight Sons sin- ice and Frances Joseph In an automobile
20, 1965 acknowledges LEEOYER REE-
Two DaughtersTwo accident which occurredon
and cere appreciation to the many Services Saturday at 1 DY of 1314 NW 4th Ave.,
Host Sisters of friends, a neighbors and friends for cards, p.m. at Mt Tabor Baptist the turnpike near Ft. died April 18 at Lincoln
telegrams, floral presentationsand Church. Rev. 0. W. Fos- Lauderdale April 18. Re- Nursing Home. Services
of consideration ter will officiate. mains were sent to Savannah -
other acts Saturday, 3:30 p.m. at
IN MEMORIAM
shown during the illness and Wednesday at 9:30: ElienezerMetdtodistChurch

In memory of death of our loved one. MRS. WESSIE LEE p.m. Among their survivors with Rev. Aaron
Especially do we want to MONROE, of 904 NW are Mrs. WUhelmenia D. Hall officiating Re-
g.. thank Rev. P. S. Brown,pastorof 69th St., died April 15. Starkey of Coconut Grove, mains will repose in the
ssyt
Mt. Tabor Baptist Church, She is survived by her sister of Mrs. Praylo and chapel 3 p.m. Friday. Sur-

members of the choir; Rev.S. .husband, Macy, a daughter Mrs. Roberts.RICHARD vivors include her mother -

Atchinson, pastor of Mt. Daisy; a son, Robert; MILLER of Mrs. Lola Bell Man-
Calvary Baptist Church; faculty two grand children; four son; three sisters, Mes-
508 Means Ct. Ft.
and staff of Goulds Elemen- brothers. Local services Pierce
dames Hannah McKinney,
died 18. He will be
tary School; faculties of the Friday at New Mt. Mo- sent April to Nassau Bahamas Lula Bell May and Pear-
Northwestern and Booker T. riah Baptist Church with lee Orr.
for final rites.
Washington High Schools; final rites in Thomasvlle, Saturday
members of the Egelloc Club; Ga. He Is survived by his

t Sigma Gamma Rho Sororityand parents, Mr. and Mrs.
the Funeral Home. Archelaus Miller of Nas-
Range JESTEEN WILLIAMS, NEW PROVIDENCE
EDWIN O'NEIL BAPTISTE God shower his choicest sau; seven sisters and
May of 1737 NW 59th St. died
I who passed April 24, 1960. blessings upon all of you. April 18. He lived in Miami tree brothers Including Rev. C. J. Burney, pastorSis.
Mesdames Edith Nairn C. Wilson, reporter
Elaine Baptiste, wife Alzelina J. Pinkney, wife for 33 years. His and Gloria Miller and
9 Daughters, 1 Son Vivilora G. Gainey, sister survivors arehis son, Clifton Miller of Miami The Spirit of the Lord
Savalita Baptiste, mother Henry Williams, a daughter was high throughout the
Eva, Edith, Ruth, sisters Otlsteen Williams; a MRS. GEORGIANNA day Sunday beginningwith
IN MEMORIAMIn sister, Mrs. Clyde Bright; PHOENIX, 237 5th Ave. the Sunrise Service.

CARD OF THANKSWe loving memory of our two brothers, Johnny and Delray Beach, pioneer cit- The Willing Workers
frri7L Arthur Williams, cousin, izen of that area died Auxiliary will celebrateits
dear__sister,_,_. .,, ,
Mrs.
the late '''''-' .w. Selma Jackson; 5th
the family of April 20. Her survivors anniversary April
nephew, Rev. J. J. Wil- Include a daughter, Mrs. 25, 3:30 p.m.
REV. LEONA RUTH WARD JAMES E. HICKS"A w liams, and William Wil- Lettie Rutledge, sister, The church will cele-

I who departed this life Feb. great photographer", son and Mabel Reed. Ser- Mrs. Mollie Nix: three brate our pastor's anni-
28, wishes to express our a loving father, a d ear w4REMILDA vices held Thursday In the prandsom. Albert. Joe and versary May 17 at 8 p.m.
} thanks and gratitude to the brother and a true friend. chapel. Jam? Green and 12 area. The Deacons and Dea-
many friends and neighborsfor Leaving us one year ago prandchlldren. Services conesses will celebrate
the kindness shown during April 19, 1964, we will always DANIEL STEPHENS, will be held Friday 3-30: their anniversary Jointlyon
her illness and our hour of remember you. 2995 NW 44th St. died on pm at Mt Olive Baptist May 23 at 3 p.m.
bereavement over the. loss of Lawrence. and Benja- April 16. Survivors are Church. Delrav. Rev. N. The No. 3 Usher Board
our mother. min Hicks, sons his wife, Mrs. Ethel Lou A, Jenkins pastor. will be selling dinners on
We wish to express our Ruth Jordan, daughterMrs. Stephens; five children; Saturday at the church.
special thanks to Rev. J. A. Mae Smith, sister ,his mother, Mrs. Slndle MRS. ANNIE B. SMITH!: Baptism services Sun-
Poitier and Range Funeral Rev. F. J. Hicks. Stephens; three sisters; died at home. 2905 NW day morning. All candi-
Home. Your kindness will Rev. Alex Hicks, Dewey two brothers. Services are 58th St., April 20. She dates are urged to be
never be forgotten. Hicks, brothers to be held Saturday 11 is survived bv a daughter. present at 10 a.m. and
ajn. at Antioch Baptist Mrs. Idella Lott, several bring a change of gar-
The Family Church of Brownsville. cousins and other rela- ments. You, you and you

j Gainesville. She retiredin tives. Arrangements are are welcome to all of
RICHARDSONSIMEON WILLIE KIMBLE of incomplete. these activities.
1942 and last taught
MAJOR of 5127 NW 27th Ave. died
318 NW 10th St., died on at Phyllis Wheatley Ele- April 19.' He had been a -
School. Her
sur-
r April 16. Survivors are a mentary resident of Miami for the
husband.
vivors her
wife, Mrs. Laura G. Ma- are DAMES past 32 Survivorsare
years.
Samuel ,''S., son, Samuel WORSHIP WITH YOUR
FAMILY THIS SUNDAY
jor, a son, James Major, Mrs. who passed away April 19, his wife, Mrs. Cora
L.. daughters
two ,
daughter, Mrs. Estelle 1963. Kimble, a stepson, Joe
Gulon and Mrs
Frankie E.
Byrd, a brother, Richard sister It is two years since you left Jollle. Services Monday,
Ratcltffe
Ida ,
Major. Services held on T. us, 2 p.m. in the chapel.
Osceola Hogan four
Mrs. ,
Thursday at the ohapel. Friends may think we have
\ grand children children and seven all forgotten. PFC. THOMAS J. GAR Uinrnin{ Utetttorial; ptrk
great grand ,
LEROY WILLIAMS Of When at times they see us RET of 1448 NW 42nd
15735 NW 19th Ave. died of Miami. smile, St. of the N. S. Marines HAS Pre lit".... plot of 8 grave spaces or Ittt

April 17. Survivors are But they little know the heart- died April 16 in Newhall, ALSO I....11.It sliglt grave space iattmtat
4 his mother, Mrs. Stlna aches our smiles hide Calif. Survivors are his
Williams, two sisters, CARD OF THANKSThe All the while you still live in mother, Mrs. Geraldine W. ort lot Ml oid we are till doing buintstOpti

Miss Juanita Williamsand our memory. Curry, his father, Queller six days a week to serve roe
Mrs. Geraldine Carey, family of the late We miss your loving smile and Garrett of Detroit; a s's Commonly known at Dr. Pharr's Cemetery
ten brothers. Cahrlel, MRS. LUCY M. DANIELS care, ter, Barbara Ann, his 1
Illess, Dan, Fred, Walter wish to their thanks to But God has soothed our aching grandmother, Mrs. Isabell INI. KW 46TH STREET NE W3J

Mannie C., James, Elijah, those who express rendered service hearts, Curry and grandmother, E. Johnson, Manager Homo phoret OX 19199
Randolph and Oddie. Ser- during the illness and death And driven away tears, Mrs. De*rah Garrett. Ser-

vices will be held Satur- May God bless all of you, We know that you are at rest vices Friday 1 p.m. at -
day, April 24 In the In that heavenly home above St. John Baptist Church,
chapel. Mrs. Emma Pinkney Asleep in Jesus 0 how sweet. Rev. Thedford Johnson,
And Family pastor. I
JOHNNIE GAY of 410 Mrs. Mao Allen, sister

NW 12th St., died April Mrs. Elizabeth wood, JAMES HARDY, 6939 Riknktt's Fworcil HOMO
19. He Is survived by his sister NE 3rd Ave., died April

wife, Ruby, a son, Free- Mrs. Nathalie Johnson, 21 His survivors are his
man; two brothers, Joe TAKE YOUR FAMILY TC I sister New YorkNieces sister, Mrs. Eva Redmon, FORMERLY ..s. ALLEN FUNERAL HOMEOWNERS
and Emet Gay; three SUNDAY ,, nephews, relatives five nieces, Mesdames
sisters, Mrs. Emma Gay, CHURCH And friends Cora Lee Dames, Lillian
Miss Dora Gay and Mrs. Jackson. Troy Johnson,
Tarey Vickers, nieces, Adder Hodo and Eliza-
nephews. Arrangementsare CENTERVILLA beth Robinson, a nephew "'tt .w H. RoUl.f L.F.D. Will!.. L. Carey, J,.

r Incomplete. Relax! KINDERGARTENYou Frank McGow. lewis "Buttr" Ntwkold, Mgr Harry L. Roll.

c Services for Mrs. Jennie Clifford Brown's. Embraceable regStter now. Hot
E. Taylor, 88, of 1511 You with may STAFF
NW 45th Street will beheld rings make a cool drink lunches and pkk.up ttrric REDUCE I Mrs Htlt Perkins, Sc'y. SII.,..* Carey

at Ebenezer 4 p.m. Methodist Thursdayfrom the welt SATELLITE.worth its fare YoU- at For information call Lo*, .p to 9 ,..... CUrllt Jordan Harold Ptttas

Church. Mrs. Taylor dled-.ran hear this collector'sitem 69L7796 696-3802 .

Monday after long illness. nitcly with Make no 6344867 Dr Long 174 N.W. 3RD AVENUE 37I-K43

Mrs., Taylor came to MIami Htrings It! attached 5932 NW 17th Ave. 1545 S.W. lat St. 24 HOURS
In 1922 continuing a
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FOR RENT
FOR SALE
. MODERN HOUSE. Good -iiir

CLASSIFIEDFOR! :, : / : ,: : I': : :''I" : . .. for FR 2 J-H75S.or 3 people. $00 Mo. direct OWNER 3-ttedroom MUST SELL CBS

7 new. Oak
beauty.
lOWNTOAH" A, 1- floors, tile years roof, Florida 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, CBS HOME
bedroom apt. All utilities room carport, huge cor-
SALE FOR SALE $18. Call Mickins Rental ner lot. $450 down, $77 a BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED CARPORT.

OWNER DOUBLE LOT!! $62 MONTH Agency, NE 4-0500. Ind month. See 1701 NW 83 FENCED IN YARD, AWNINGS, ELECTRIC

Bedroom Home CBS. Drive by 2031 NW 83rd Terr. STOVE
> Swimming Pool Terr. Two-bedroom ,
lug doll
vely, location near house $250 down FHA BED CBS, $26 wk; 1-bed 4-bedroom CBS. Large 2780 N.W. GIST STREET '
CBS $20 wk efficiency
: furn. FHA. Only $300
yard,
school, shopping
sees, $8,500 total.
Why rent? CALL HI 31119NOt
$15 wk. PL 9-8372 down payment. No clos-
enter off 36th St. FHA Call Be-n-SCori, Realtor
Einly $500 down payment anytime 751-2243. HI 3-4704 947-5689. ing cost. Monthly pay-
Call us on this one Fen- ment $72 Including every-
ter Realty (Broker) PL EFFICIENCY furnished, thing. Location 15750 NW
-8779. $79 MONTH air cond., spacious, adults 18 Place. Drive by then 9' : : '
Drive by 8427 NW 22 only 1243 NW 77 Terr. call Fenster Realty, Bro- Place.
HUGEJlT!!! 3 Bedroom 2path Like new big 2- ker, PL 9-8779. :,i: ;..f. :
k large home CBS. tile bedroom CBS, Fla. porch, ROOM on bus and jitney ( ] ",S ,:rI r
llouble lot, extra size bed- roof oak floors, built- routes, ideal for working NICE, CLEAN Grocery
ooms luxury bathrooms.he in kitchen, stove, refrig., lady or couple, privileges, Store. Good location good N.W. 84TH STREETCBS
location Is 25 N. W. central heat. $350 down near stores and shopping business 5820 NW 12
13 St. drive by then call FHA, $11,700 total. Ben- NE 4-6510. Ave the roof, Fla room, fenced, $250 down,
enster Realty (Broker) Korl, Realtor anytime $67 no. Open 1.5 Sunday.
PL 9-8779. 751-2243. FURNISHED EFFCIEN-
ANNABELLE --- 0 ---
CY. Free water and lights DRESSMAKING
RAND NEW!!! LuxuryBS $64 MONTH 789 NW 65 St. PL 8-4593. Exclusive dress design- 2012 N.W. 84TH STREET

: Home 1965 Models 3pedroom Drive by 1812 NW 83 ing and dress making, alteration 3 bedrooms, $68.76 mo. pays all. Being mad
2 bath Fla. St. Spotless 2-bedroom 2-BEDROOM CBS house.
slip covers and
oom, built in stoveoven.on't CBS, lovely yard. This is 1123 NW 60 St.1BEDROOM drapes, 691-1834. Models spit and span. Ho qualifying.
miss to see them at something special at this APT. 1 or 2 wanted for fashion show, --- o ---
J141 and 1131 N. W. 75 St.
price of $9,650. $450 down. adults. 824 NW 56 St. no experience needed. 2311
pen Sunday 1 to 6 p.m. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, N.W. 82ND STREETCBS

PL Fenster 9-8779.Realty (Broker) anytime 751-2243. 1-BEDROOM COTTAGE, HELP WANTED tile roof, $300 down, 2 Fla rooms, next to
BEST AREA large front yard, conven- SEE OUR Civil Servicead schools.
NO QUALIFYING Drive by 53 NW 38 St. ient location. Quiet neighborhood page 16.
fodern 3 Bedroom CBS, $350 down, oak floors tile furnisher 2161 --- o ---

Baths, tile roof, carport, roof, 2V4 bedrooms. A true NW 58 St. BUSINESSOPPORTUNIT DRIVE BY TODAY, then, call TU 70403. W*
jalousie windows, lovelyard bargain at $10,700. FHA, have many other, some $100 down. What do
front porch, screend A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, ROOM in very nice home A going business thrift have trade? you
to
patio. $1,000 down and anytime 7512243.NO near shopping, stores. OX shop. Must see to apprec- _
Jake over FHA payments. QUALIFYING 1-6432. iate. 4617 NW 22 Ave. .. ,
.tfe! Realty, Broker 4932 3-bedroom CBS, $68 May15 aka -Grsr: Rtilty Irektrl t
W 7 Ave. PL 9-4371 month, fenced, furnished. NEW 2-BEDROOM duplex I ,
)pen evenings, Sundays. Bring some cash and unfurnished J3 V7 NE 150 HELP ,' } .
WANTED t
T87-WM
move In. Barqain. A. Ben- St. 9491671. Call for Mae 4uuunuu1
MODERN 3 bedroom, 2 Kori. Realtor, anytime from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. UN CAB DRIVERS. Apply 'it _
bath CBS, tile roof, front 751-2243. 5-5852. Ml Society Cab office 269 unmuummtmunnunueutnunnnuuttunuuuuuutuuattttetnumttuuuut
arch, large patio barbue 2 BATHS NW 21st St.FOR nnuuuuuntnuunnnuuntnttmnnuuntwunumtuuumanunuuutnnauuuunuun" t
fenced yard, fresh Drive by 1490 NW 83 BEST IN TOWN New 2-
Price is $13,000 $400 St. corner CBS, neat 2- bedroom Act. Finest location Home BargainsOweor |
own and $80 month, FHA. bedroom beautiful oak 15022 NE 14 Ave. PL RENT
{ey at Life Realty Bro- floors, tile roof, carporte. 1-2768. COTTAGE Furnished
ker 4932 NW 7 Ave PL 9- $350 down, $78 month. 5JGMs N W 22 St. Key at
[371 Open evenings and $11,000. total. FHA. A. DUPLEX APT. Large 1- front house. Call owner. Must Sell
undays. Ben-Kori, Realtor any- bedroom with Fla. room, M-MU20 or evenings HI I
time 751-2243. kitchen and dining room. 8-2824. $17 pr. week. Greatly Reduced
NO QUALIFYING Near bus and Grandway,
,ike new 2 bedroom, 2 INCOME PROPERTY. 1242 NW 51 Terr. To see LOVELY SMALL house,
)ath CBS, Florida room, Excellent opportunity. No call 635-8701. Adults only. beautiful yard, fenced. Value: $14,000
wning windows, Beautiful qualifying 4-bedroom, 1 Nice for couple $20 per
landscaping, fruit bath, screen porch, car- 1-BEDROOM APT. f\lr- week, will sell $100 down Make Offerl
trees, etc. Must be seen! port. Large lot. Furnished. nished. Adults onlv $19 also larger house $22.
Sl.OOO/down, $78 month. Reasonable down pay- week Days all. Utilities, Don't miss this. NE 5- See 728 N.W. 48th St.
Jo red tape! Life Realty, ment. Low monthly pay- 4721 NW 15 Ct. 653-2891. 55G6.
Jroker 4932 N. W. 7 Ave. ments, one mortgage at
3L 9-4371 Open Sunday.. 6%. NICE ROOM cooking, hot
Two houses on one lot, and cold water. $10 week. Ushers Meet CBS, 3 bedrooms, completely renovated,
Lot Nice location, 49 one duplex on one lot. 1817 NW 5 Ct. I largest living room and dining room in area.
5t. between 29 and 30
Wes. Will build to suit furnished Completely property'rented 100 and x 2-BEDROOM DUPLEX, At: Mt. ZionThe For best buy in Miami, see this today and

OUt If you have a lot to 110, zoned for business. 3330 NW 51 St Apt, 2. Ushers' Union Association -
sell call us. Also we build reasonable down paymentand Has oven, range and refrigerator will meet Sun- I CALL OWNER:
nd repair. Call NE 3-3198 monthly payments. Fr**. vas, wat- day, April 25 at 3 p.m. at
r 691-5851. er, electric. $25 per week Mt. Zion Baptist Church WI 5-9886

CAN YOU 3-BEDROOM 2 bath and Call HI 81119.RICHMOND Rev. E. T, Graham, pas- iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiJ
TOP THIS? iiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiitiiiiimiiiiii
Brand 2-bedroom, 1 bath, two -- tor. All senior and jun-
new home 3
houses on large lot. Beau- HEIGHTS- ior ushers are requestedto
rooms and 2 baths
nly $495.00 down tiful home and income. 3-bedroom, 1 bath CBS be presinet. '
An
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nbeatable deal. If interested Partly furnished, rea- home. Has oven range. A unique program will T test Bays IK TOWNOPEN "
sonable down paymentand 13701 Jackson St. Call HI
call. JE 1-6902 be sponsored by the jun- L
monthly payments.One 8-1119. ior ushers of Mt. Olivette
LIKE NEW CRS $2!)0
mortgage at 6%. Baptist Church.
down Talousfed and windows$58 month. See me at 4110 NW 23 2-BEDROOM, Fla room, Deacon D. Hudson, SUNDAY 2-6 P.M. COME SEE
re- Has ,
Ave. Sunday 2-5 gdrage. oven range.
p.m. president and Ellen Rolle,
I finished: floors, new kit- 1310 Van Buren St. Call
Call Fenster
chen cabinets;: and fix- Realty HI 8-1119. reporter. 581 N.W. 53RD STREET
[tures. This house is Hke- Broker, PL 9-8779 Gorgeous CBS, 2 bedroom, Fla room, dining room,
hrand at Life
new. Key
Renltv. Broker. 4932 NW ANYONE, anytime, 1718 > ******************* carport. $400 down. $13,000 FHA. Also can buy
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open NW 84 St. $300 down, $70 CONSOLIDATE YOUR DEBTS conventional. No qualifying
month. Partly furnished,
evenings and
Sundays.NO
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3-bedroom, $8,500 total DIAL MOW FOR MONEY IN I HOUR Wl S-0077

CLOSING COSTS price. *SMALL PAYMENTS PASS BY THE FOLLOWING THEN CALL
3-hedrooms, 2 baths CBS,
SSW down, $89 month. GENERAL SIEGEL. Sell $ 1,000 ...............--.$ 20 Month SHELL TO SEE:

! Larva;: enclosed front shoes for everyone in $ 2,000 ........-...........$ 30 Month 1 1925 N. W. 84th St. -Heat CBS, bedroom,
porch, large kitchen freshly
1 painted, near school- closing family. out.Famous$2.50, make also, $10,000 .....................$100 Month fenced $59.69 mo. pays all. Prle only $9,800

and shODpins. Key' at 1001 household items. LOANS ON VACANT HOME, LOTS OR ACREAGE $200 down.
Life Realtv. Broker. 4932 Opposite Fabrics Bazaar, 2 1765 N.W. 89th Terr. Beautiful CBS, 3
NW 7 Ave. PL 9-437U 31 NE 14th St. M15 lit .nd 2nd Mortgage
Open evenings and Sundays bedroom, carport. Landscaped. No quail.

LOVELY CBS 2-bedroom, R. I. Baron Mortgages fying. $95 mo. pays all. Reasonable down

oak floors and carport.
BRAND NEW CBS 2- $350 down, $60 per month. 14535 N.E. 5th Avenue Mortgage Broker payment.
bedrooms on large corner Key at News Realty, Inc., 3 8444 N.W. 14th Ct. CBS beauty, 3 bedroom,
lot. $15.000 down, $60 MOo Broker, 4740 NW 7 Ave. m} baths, carport. $350 down. $11,500 FHA.
pays all. Key at New a PL 4-0655.
Realty, Broker, 4740 NW 4 1830 N.W. 88th Terr. Home and Inco,...
7 Ave. PL 40655. BEAUTIFUL CBS 3- Like new, large CBS 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
'NEWS SUNSHINE( bed, 2 Bath, large corner APTSM FOR RENT Don't
HOME MODELS lot. Built-in appliances, .,,.--. a, .- carport, plus a 2 bedroom house. miss

267 265 NW NW 42nd 42nd StreetTo Street $450 News down Realty, $85, Inc.Mo. Bro Keyat :/> :i':-: '.:j 15! /:; : :: .. : ,/ deal. .
5 Duplex No qualifying. Corner CBS. 2 bed.
see It stop by It. Keyat 7 Ave. PL wk.
ker, 4740 NW 44th 2 bedroom duplex. $25
News Realty, Broker, 4-0655. 1733 N.W. Street rooms each side, appliances. Near every
4740 NW 7 Ave. PL wk. thing. Only $1,000 down. $14,900 total.
bedroom duplex. $25
40655.A SHARP CBS 3-bed, plus 1824 H.W. 47th Terrace2
down 6 6950 N.W. 6th Ct. CBSduplex,2 bedrooms,
appliances. $350 '749 60th St. #3-2 bedroom apt. $25 wk. -
N.W.
BRAND NEW luxurious $71.50 Mo. Key at New partly furn. one side. 1 bedroom completely
home that has all of the Realty, Inc., Broker 4740 bedroom $2 5 wk.
features the better buyers NW 7 Ave. PL 4-0655. 676 N.W. 48th Street 2 apt. furn. other side. $450 down, $14,000 FHA.

K.n1 look.ng I of deal for 1 with Mortgage a new! VA FHA RESALES 4721 N.W. 15th Ct. 1 bedroom ap t., furnished We Have Many Others, Also VA Homes $100 Down,

only Inspect! $102.81 this beauty per month.Sun. bedroom MANY CBS homes 2,to 3 choose and 4 6837 N.W. 6th Ave. 1 bedroom apt., furnished $19. -

1-5 p.m. at 817 NW 43 St. from. $100 down, $65 Mo. .r- ., > ;&

lower JE 1-6902.than you The will price guess.is Key Broker at News PL 4-0655.Realty, Inc. ;: Security RequiredRELIABLE SHELL REALTYBROKER

RENTAL
2-BEDROOM CBS. BarWin WOMAN PREFERRED.Room .

869 NW at 73$9,000.St. Drive Carport by, area room with lovely with private dining .' '2t20 N.W. 62ND STREET' 633-289! 260 NW 7th Av.. 758-5551

then call Fenster Realty, telephone. $10. OX 1-2594.
Broker, PL 9-8779. 1545 NW 68th St.



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Miami Dade Junior R. R. MOTON SCHOOL

I' There are so many impor-
,tant events scheduled for this

College to ,Graduate 1.001Miami spring season. Among them is
the Annual Spring Tea, sponsored -
f by the P. T. A. of R.R.
Dade Junior and diplomas Sunday, 210 Moton Elementary School,
College will graduate the who completed their stu- Sunday, April 25, 4-6 p.m.
largest class in its historyat dies last December and This year's theme is "A
8 Sunday 25 185> prospective summer "
p.m. April Realia of Music. From a gar-
and at the same time pay graduates will be In attendance den setting-alive with beauti-

tribute to a man who at the exercises.,! ful plants,flowers and a pool-
helped make it possible.. guest artists will perform
Total number of gradu- ,
In a dual ceremony In ates for the 1964-65 aca- various literary musical se- Northwestern Thespians to Attend
the John F. Kennedy demic year is 1009, almost lections for your enjoyment.
': Health Center, graduation twice as many as Many participants on the
I will be preceded by the last year's 532, and near- program are well-known for FAME Drama Festival
.' formal ly eight times the 136 their outstanding artistic .
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dedication of Paul --- -- ---
ci R. Scott Hall, first class- graduated in the college'sfirst abilities. Among some of the The consultants and drama
room and administration class of '62. guests who will be on hand to 1 parents have completed plansfor They will leave Silver Springs Hepburn, Mary Oliver, Charles
Building to be built on enhance the pleasure of your ; Troupe 1880 to attend the for Tallahassee and arrive Baker and Ellen Heidt. Con-
the It Associate of Arts degrees attendance are: Charles Jones, Saturday night. They will per- sultants not shown: James
campus, was announced Drama Festival in Tallahassee. -
by M-DJC president will be conferred on Master Charles Fortson and' Forty-one members and form at the festival April 23- Washington, Louise Mitchell,
731, and associate of Doretha Per- festival Johnnie Perry, Dorothy Faison
Peter Maslko Jr. Mrs. Payne. |:three chaperones will leave 26. After leaving the ,
science on 129. The remainder meating the program during the ,Northwestern Friday morningfor they will visit Tampa and tour Ruby Rayford, Audrey Williams -
The building is being will receive diplomas afternoon will be many talented : Lake Wales. While in Lake Bush Gardens. John Glover, David
named in honor of the of graduation in members of the R. R. Moton ; Thespian consultants Paschal, Barbara Wooten,
Miami recognition of completion and of their ,Wales, the troupe, sponsored left Hallie Robinson, Lang Hadley
to
attorney and civic faculty some the senior class of Roosevelt shown are: First row,
by
leader who has served as of courses in other two- family members as well as a High School. will present right: Roberto Papino, James and Naomi Springer.
chairman of the Junior year programs. representative sampling of its production "A Wackey James Baker, Lois Oliver and Upon returning to Miami,
College)] Advisory Com- local South Dade talent. will Fernley Murray. Second row: the troupe will present "Ar
of Drama. They
Night
mittee since Commencement speakerwill You make it date senic and Old Lace" by
the college)] must a to Lorraine tjtrachan. and Ava
time
touring Sing-
was founded and, before be Dr. B. Lamar and witness this affair which spend ing Tower some and Silver Springs. Brown. Third row: George Joseph Kesselringon May 6-7
t hat spearheaded the Johnson, professor of has been carefully plannedfor
movement higher education at the
to
community Junior establish college a University of Californiaat Edmond you. Rogers is P.T.A. Ideal School Inprovi, Your Speech;
in Dade County. Los Angeles, nationally president;Mrs.Annie Haggins,
known educator; author, I
general tea chairman; Mrs.
This year's graduating and a recognized author- Christina Eve, program chair- For Training Speed Up Your Reading
class will
\ be the fourth ity in the junior college man; Walter Frierson, decora-
for the college, founded field. He will be introduced
in tion supervisor Mrs. Linnie ,
; Want to learn to read or This class is taught byMrs.
1960. In Three of the most
addlton to 610 by Dr. Maslko, who promising
W. Fannin, principal. students the Ideal speed up your reading rate? Barbara Carey.. Mrs.
April graduates
who will will preside at the ceremony -
t' receive associate degrees School for Training Nurses Would you like to improve Carey, formerly a Southern
Aides, 2380 W. Flagler St. your speech? Do you need to University speech instructor
refresh your knowledge of is presently a Dade County
Youth excellentratings good grammar?You can do any school teacher.On .
Democracy Workshop supervisor at the nursing home one f all of these at the Thursday evenings at
I' where they get 100 hours of Dixie Park Branch of the 8, zdults and young people,
on the job training. The three Miami Public Library are invited to retfesh their
; r I Stresses Communication students are: Dorothy Plowden, Adults and young people knowledge of good English at

... Alice Faye West, and Gloria out of school, are invited to the library.
Communication is "the only given by Dade school superintendent The students broke up into join the new reading class This class is being taught
tool we have to tear down the Dr. Joe Hall, who small groups after his speech, Seay.These girls will complete that will begin on Wednesday by Marvin L. Curry, Jr. Mr.
wall of hate" between peopleand urged the youngsters "under to discuss the four major their training and graduate on evening, April 21 at 8. Curry, a Howard University
groups of people, Dade stand fully this concept of the problem areas in human relations June 4, afterwards they will The class will be taughtby graduate, has completed his
\ high school students were toldMonday. brotherhood of man" and today-education, em- apply tor positions as nurse V Mrs Dorothy S. Love. Mrs. residency for tye masters degree. -
apply it to their lives. ployment, housing and pub- aides in several hospitals herein Love, a dedicated educator, .
In a day-long discussion Hall said that to him lic accommodations.About Miami. All three aspire to studied in this field at the All classes are free and
at the McAllister Hotel, brotherhood means "that a four hours later they be aides of extremely high University of Miami. open to the public. Join now
Ernest Lent, executive director man develops because of the reassembled and representatives caliber. Persons interested in improving and learn in a relaxed atmosphere -

of the Metro Community merits he possesses, not because of each group made Dorothy, Alice, and Gloria their speech may join .
Relations Boards speaking to of his creed or color or their reports. In summing up urge all of you whose desireit the speech class which 'is The library is located: at
125 participants, said: some inheritance ." the discussion, Lent said: is to become a qualifiedaide held each Wednesday evening 350 N.W. 13th St. For further
"You students have begun Brotherhood is one of the "You weren't really talking to attend classes. New at 8 in the library. information please call FR
to communicate." three factors in the democratic about four different things. classes start Monday April __no 75029.
} The session was cosponsored way of life, he said. What you were really talking 26. Both in the morning and
by the CRB, the The others are the rights of about was how do we relateto at night.
I'' National Conference of the individual and the rule of each other our purposewas I
Christians and Jews 'and the reason. not to find answers to all Rose Schniedman, R.N.

Greater Miami Urban League. Hall cautioned, however, tne questions. Director -- r r kr
>{ It drew students away from that rights carry with them "It was to ask the quest -
the beaches and swimming corresponding responsibilities ions, and take them home." One third of the U.S population -
pools on the last day of their and that reason cannot County Mayor Chuck Hall over IS years of age an n.y
Easter recess. rule to the point eliminating welcomed the students ear is overweight."Symposium .
1 The keynote address was emotion.As lier.
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BTW SCHOOL NEWS a result of Sports

.: and Day held April 9, congrat- of Concern"at tJ
Reginald Burton
ulations to both the A andB DEUVEat DRUG
George Pugh are to repre- team in their victory.
sent Booker Washingtonin The A team defeated MI-
the Silver Knight ami Jackson 9-4 and Kin- UMMayJ '$200 DOWN $20 WEEK*
Award Contest, .sponsoredby lock 15-1 to win the A
the Miami Herald. division. The B team defeated A diverse and stimula- and speakers will discuss Pays all for this newly painted CBS, 2 bedroom
Reginald is. to enter In ho... No qualifying
Kinlock 16-6 and ting program has been student responsibilty toward
speech and drama and Horace Mann 17-9 to win planned by the Universityof social, economic and
FORD REALTY INC. BROKER
George Is to enter In the B division. The team Miami chapter of the political change. Four ,
foreign language.As received ribbons and two Florida Council on Human workshops will concen- 3639 N.W. 15th Axe. 635-4595
a result of the plaques. Relations for its all-day trate on problems of uni-
Shakespearean festival "Symposium on Con- versity reform, peace, '
held April 15, winners of The BTW Athletic Association cern" to be held May 1 poverty and tutorial pro-

the scrapbook contest and the Gym annual Boys at the University. jects, while reviewing CEASOR'S BEAUTY CELEBRITY LOUNGE
junior high: Miss will present
were Presented In conjunctionwith student participation in
Norma Dwight' and Miss "Night In Nassau" Satur- the Southern Stu- existing government pro- ANNOUNCES THEIR SPECIALS
h, Jacquelyn Tookes, first day, April 24 in the school dent Human Relations jects, such as VISTA,
WIGS CLEANED
place; also in the Junior gym: Table reservationsare Project, of the United The Community Relations AND STYLED $4.50
1 high bulletin board con now being made. The States National Student Service and the Civil Free manicures with all lets Tuesday and Wednesday
test, Jackquelyn and Nor- program will feature a Association, the sympos- Rights Commission. Catering to all clientele. We specialize in all phases
with
ma, first place and, Mrs. calypso band along ium is the second In a Open to all persons Interested -
Barbara Williams 2nd. other calypso entertaIn- series in Florida Its pur- In the items of of. beauty culture. For appointment call or drop in at:

In the senior high division ment. pose Is to present Ideas discussion, the sympos- 119 N.W. 62ND STREET PHONE: 759-3372
Mrs. Ethel Graham andM's. The band, directed by and methods of com- ium will be held at 9 a.m.
Evelyn Mincy, first Mr Timothy Savage will munity involvement In In the University College Mr*. Willi. Mae Ceasor, proprietorMrs.
place in the scrapbook present an Evening of social, political and eco- Lecture and Classroom Wiltralmina Forquharson manager
contest and Mrs. Hazel Music on April 29, In the nomic issues to studentsand Building. Registration fee Mrs. FJ ani. Arnum beautician
Davis, first place; Mrs. auditorium. The program members of the local Is $2.50 Including both the
Ethel Graham second will Include the concert community for their dis- afternoon and evening
place and Mrs. Cecile Mc- band, Junior band, stage cussion and eventual ac- meal and is payable in l iaa
Cartney, third for the band and musical drama. tion. advance or upon arrivalat
senior high bulletin board The program Is to benefit 'ParticIpating students the conference IAIURSE'SY
AIDETHE
display materials.The on .Shakespeareand the band.

baseball team was
defeated by Miami Northwestern -
RU BIBUIIItlJIIIIIiliiiiniiiiiiiiiiNHniintlllin IDEAL SCHOOL FOR
6-3, giving the BRAND NEW
team a record of 6 wins LOOKING FOR A GOOD 1527 N.W. 40th Street
and 2 losses. Outstanding TRAINING NURSES' AIDES
PLACE TO EAT? 1228 H.W. 42nd Street
players on the team are
Alfred Crawford, captain; Try Col's Lounge & Res. 3 bedrooms 2 baths built in features car- 2380 W. FLAGLER STREETCall

Johnny Napier and MIchael taurant. Imported Beer and port large utility rooms
Jerry. The tennis for bfomatioa aid for brochvra "<<-.4637 or 443-9741
team won over North Will.I. THE VERY FINEST SEE & CALL

Dade's team 9-1. The 6010 N.W. 22nd Avenue Trade your old house or 'lot Mooring classes 9 .... 12 p.m.

team presently holds the Owned & operated by the E....., classes 7-10 ,...
record of six wins and no YovngbloodstnBttttinumiiiittnmnnntinniimmntmtt FORD REALTY, INC. BROKER

losses. Mr. James WrightIs 3639 N.W. 15th Ave. 635-4595: REGISTER NOW FOR NEW CLASSESit
coach of the team.





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____ THE MIAMI TIMES.Fiidor_ !i. April 23,1965


R.INns to x o-T.ype erwe I. NEW BARON HOMES

2' ,J ..
r- uv 651 N.W. 47tk St.

Spearing Tallahassee Florida pro offense last season pass recentions last year 1921 N.W. 50th St.
and we liked it." Eason will be used as a
A&M's head football 1835 N.W. 41 tt St.
_ coach, Jake Gaither, announced Several Rattlers who punter with Eddie Cooper
this week that played one way last and Andrew Greene. 3 large bedrooms, ?
With Sport he will use the pro-type season will have to nlayboth Elroy Morand, Willie both, Fla room, garage
this Fullbacks Powell, Rudy Jamison,
-
9J offense Rattlers next have fall.traditionally The- ways Eugene year.Thomas. and Tony Alexander are opti 3.5' Easy ..r...

used the split T. Preston Johnson and half- the' prospects at quarter- ( coat property for salt.
tor HARBT irA "I think the pro-type back Rudy Cambridge will back. Morand played sec- Contr lots 150x100.
offense is better for our have to play defense as ond to Ernie Hart last Good for ...I..i orcurd.
splits," said the A&M well as offense. year. Hart graduated andit Let OH 63rd St,
The Miami Maxim will ''ba.e ..
an mier coach. "The defenses have The Rattlers' running Is likely that Morand
national flavor about them this year. Includedin hampered our running game will be spotty. With will replace him In the $2,500 or ..r.$.

the original roster of 24 players are a Puerto from the conventional T speed merchant Bob No. 1 Quarterback spot. WE BUY LOTS, HOMES
We have faced Hayes and Bobby Felts Heavy losses from last
Rican, a Panamanian and a Canadian.The more gap-
eight defenses recently missing; several reserves fall may force the Ratt- ACREAGE OR BUILD
Puerto Rican is Manuel Muniz than we have in the past. will have an opportunityto lers to use two units instead ON OUR LOTS OR
a With the speed we have show what they haveto of the usual three YOURS
catcher. At 17, he is the
youngest player on offer.
used the past
and the type of pass receivers they have
the Marlin. squad. Muniz just graduated in we have, our Halfbacks Major Haz- five seasons. Nineteen Hud ? Call
January from Caguas High School in Puerto chances of winning shouldbe elton. Nat James, Jim lettermen, Including nine Mosey
Rico. He has played a lot of Babe Ruth and better with the pro Ashcroft and Eugene Milton from the starting eleven, JE 8-1348
offense." all speed demons, will not return In '65.
Winter League baseball. will be used both as
The Rattlers have just flankers and running tOOOOOOOD1aaaaaloooaaaaaOOODoooooaODLOOKING *
Panamanian born Rick Quiron is returning completed 19 days of backs. The foursome mis-

to the Marlins after two years with Little spring training. "I can sed spring training to run THE .
Rock. In 1962, he led the Florida State League hardly say that I was track.
satisfied with spring Willie Thomas and Sam
with 1.35 ERA. He also
a posted 10-3:
a won- training.; Coach Gaither Anderson will be the oth- OVER
lost record. SPORTS WORLD
commented. "Let's say er running backs while
that I was reasonahly Lenny Kelly mav be usedas
Gil Pinard, from St. Jean, Quebec, Canada satsfied. a flanker. Ends Art Bjr! LEO ARMBR1STER
pitched in 16 games for the Miami team last "Wle spent the time attempting Robinson and John Ea- DaDDaaaQGDalaaL au vaaQ aGac a

year. He was particularly known for his blaz- to evaluate new son will be placed in
ing fastball, as is indicated by his 46 strike- players and put in a few flanker positions. Robin KOUFAX DETERMINED TO LICK
outs in only 54 innings. new plays. We tried the son led the Rattlers InlilaUhLdS INJURY AND NATIONAL LEAGUE

Today there is joy in Dodgerville. The

Outfieldler Philip "Skip" Kuzie is hi hU 1 ; mighty Sandy Koufax's left arm is reported

first year of professional baseball. For the past c'l feeling fine.

two years he has been selected to play in the Koufax's arm, which must be rated among

state American Legion All-Star game and last I With 5-0 Mark the greatest, has been as unpredictable as

year he received the John F. Kennedy Memo- I .i California weather, even so, 'upon this arm,

rial Trophy as the outstanding player in Penn- Tallahassee The ((15-5, 4-2) and Alabama hang a lot of the hopes the Dodgers may havein

sylvania. Kiszie bats and throws right handed, Florida A&M University State (6-0, 6-1) in SIAC finishing at the top or among the leaders,
stands 6-2 tall and weighs 188. He enjoys Rattlers are leading the play. so small wonder there was so much jubilence

bowling, pool, listening to jazz and playing Southern Intercollegiate Right-hander Moses when Koufax struggled through a nine inning
Athletic Conference In
the clarinet. baseball with a 5-0 league McCray of Lake Worth, stunt, beatiifg the Phillies 6-2. The Dodgersand
leading the Rattlers in baseball lovers were happy to hear the
record. The Rattlers are
Ron Allen brother of Phil 3rd
younger with s..a
pitching a rec-
8-1 in the from this that the
season. announcement great lefty
baseman Richie Allen, is returning to the Mar- ord. McCray has struck
lins for the second straight year. In 1964, his The lone FAMU loss out 60 batters in 30 and arm felt fine.
first was a non-conference one-third innings. He has There is no guarantee that all is well ; but
in ball Allen
played in 65
year pro ,
game to Stillman College allowed 24 hits and six the optimism is great. Sandy has taken his
games. He had 55 hits, including six doubles, ,5-2 during the recent runs. His earned run average -
set-backs as well as he has enjoyed his success -
three triples'and a home run. Allen, who will Spring Sports Carnival at is 13.
again play first base* is a switch hitter. Dur RAMU. The Rattlers won Braden- and if nothing else will elevate him
Ernie Lee of
the round-robin baseball above the encumbrance of injury, this game
ing the off season, he attends University of ton is second in hurling
Youngstown, where he has completed three mark.tournament They with defeated a 3-0 with a 2-0 mark. Lee has sort of personality will.

years. He was married April 17. Allen is also Southern University twice 20 strike-outs in 17 and MAJORS SHOULD SAVE THE MINORS

quite a basketball player, having led his high ((6-0, 10-3)) and split the two-third ERA of .17 innings Captain and Ma-an Could it be that major league base ball U

school to the state basketball championship in two games (4-3 2-5) tin Patterson. of Miami killing "the goose that laid the golden egg?"

1958 and 1960 and also having played varsity A&M played took against the two-game Stillman. was charged with the Major league attendance record is up ; thereare

basketball for Youngstown. Allen's biggest series from Morris Borwn Rattlers' lone defeat. no sour notes intermingled with the sweet

thrill was playing in his first professional base- chimes of the turnstiles in major league ball

ball game. parks, but because of this flourishing success
Metro Recreation
Dept. which give the majors
the minor leagues,
The man who is the key to the Miami in-
field is their vitamins are being choked to death.
25-year-old veteran Lou Garvin. Play-
Softball Throw Theo-
This week was all track : There ''are several reasons the minors can-
ing
at
shortstop, Garvin has been around base- dore Johnson, Dwight
meet at the Center. The not attract the fans as in previous years; the
ball for Johnson Wallace
seven years. During his rookie year he boys worked hard and Tyrone ,
hit 15 2110' 7". one outstanding reason is the television
homers and batted in 95 runs. Last year really came up with some
he played for Portsmouth.Lou outstanding times and Broad Jump: Terry media. Fans just don't see going to watch a
distances. There were Bently, Theodore John- minor league when there is so much major
is also quite a football star. During ribbons for 1st, 2nd and son, Bernard Wallace: league action being brought right in the liv-

the late '50's when Lou was deciding on 3rd place winners and IS'51h". ing room and major league will 'not give up

where to go to college, Florida A&M's Coach cups team for the and winning most out-relay Laider High, T.Jump Wallace: Walter Leroy the big sponsors check even though it is piping -

Jake Gaither attempted to recruit him. How- standing boy in each di- Edwards: 5'. the very source of its income.
ever, he ended up taking a football scholar- vision. Our next meet 200 Yard Relay: T. Wallace Another sad note is the waning interest in
ship to Shaw University in North Carolina on will be against Seminola B. Wallace, Laidler, the national pastime ; before there were practically '
the condition that he could also play baseball. Recreation Center of Hia- Dowell: 1:20.3. a ball team in every city of any notable
leah the 15th of May.
Garvin will be able to the rookies and Qn 300 Yard Relay: T. Wal-
help size, now there are some states that are fam-
less experienced players on the Marlin squad.He Results Senior Boys: Dowell lace, B.: 1:40.Tyrone Wallace. Laidler, ished for a good ball team.

is a welcome addition for Manager Bobby Lipkins 75 yard, 2 dash Alonzo, 1. George Town- Wallace won the The h'eavy' night schedule which is getting

Morgan. send; 3, Virgil Newman; cup: for the most out- heavier, has its far reaching effects in that it
15-Manuel Muniz, C 7.4; 100 yard dash 1, Alonzo standing Junior boy. keeps the younger set away from games moreso
1-Lou Garvin, IF IF ... Townsend; 2, Daddy-O The girls will have their
17Tony Cox, !big chance against Hia- than in previous times, the consequence of
2-Steve OF 3 James Shot-
Kilinsky IS-Ron Allen, IF Bennett; dash leah on the 15th of May. this is inconceivable, because in a short while
S-PhU Kiszie OF well: 10.0; 220 yard :
20-Tom Sapp, P 1, Walter Andrews; 2, They claimed they could the youth of today will be the support charac-
4-Greg wing, OF Wegener, PRobby not get ready for this
21-Mike Conrad Smith; 3, Bobby ters of tomorrow.So .
6-Dick? Wissel, OF 22-Mike Iverett, P Jackson: 26.4. meet Our and center Easter director also., Mr. it would be wise for major leagues directors

Morgan, 23-Rick Quiroz, P Shot Put: 1, Daddy-O Molley, along with Miss to scrutinize this situation and save the
Manger 24-Gory Schyieve, P Bennett; 2, Arthur Manuel 50.5., Bannerman are attendingthe goose that laid the golden eggs. With this
8-Bill Gosnell IF 3, Theodore Johnson
25-Gil Pinard, P Orange State Recre- thought with let get often
9-Steve OF Broad Jump: 1, Virgil ation Convention in Win- present us, us
Longley, 26-BiJI Jewell, P Newman; 2, George Lip- ter Park this week. They and keep company with our own local club-
lO-Jim Ruane, IF 27-Denny Leathers, P12J kins; 3, Daddy-O Bennett, will return Monday full the Miami Marlins..
oe Lis, IF 2S-Bob Pettis, P 19' 11". of information and Inspiration -
H-DIek Rockwell, C Ralph Burnette, P High Jump: 1, Theodore to impart to us. FLAG RAISER'S POPULARITY AND
McMillan, George Lip- Coming events: Scott's SPEED RUNNING NECK AND NECK
kin Virgil Neman, 5'6". Night of Stars, DJ Rec- It's a long jump from a $7,500 claimingrace
300 Yard Relay: Bennett ord Hop, Track Meet
THIS WEEK'S .SCHEDULE Manuel, Townsend, Against Hialeah, Base- to the $125,000 added Kentucky Derby,
Friday, April 23Sarasota Reed: 46.0. ball Clinic just to name a but Flag Raiser will try the leap May 1 when
Saturday, Alpril 24Sarasota 400 Yara Relay: Ben- few. Keep a sharp watch they Run for the Roses at Churchill Downs.
Sunday, Monday, April 25-26. Ft. Lauderdale nett, Townsend, Llpklns, forthese events and oth- Flag Raiser has drawn considerable at-
Manuel: 50.4.Lipkin ers. Happening at our tention to his chances after a triple set of

outstanding won senior the cup boy.for enter.ANNOUNCEMENT stake winners, including the Wood Memorial

Junior Boys 25 y a r d Mr. and Mrs. Steve worth $92,650.It .
....... ....4t dash: Bernard Wallace, Hooley of Millin. Ga. announce was only a neck used to beat fast clos-
Terry Black, Douglas the coming mar- ing Hail to All, but Bold Lad also fell victimto

: Rtgister Now! ITh Campbell: 4.1. riage Dorothy of their to Mr.daughter Marvin, the front runner's great speed, and Bob
Dash
50 Yard : Tyrone
Wallace, Bernard Wal- Woods on April 24 at 2759 Ussery will be calling on that speed on Derby
i lace, Alvin Lee: 6.0. NW 59th St. Day and who knows what will happen if Flag
books are opto t 75 Yard Dash: Tyrone Mrs.Mr. Woods Mattie is Lee the Woods son of Raiser responds there certainly will be a

.4... Wallace, Sammie Dowell, and stepson of Leroy lot of glasses raised to toast this speedster of
Bernard Wallace:: 8.5.
Dicks and nephew of Rob- the turf.
ert Jackson.



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16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday April 23, 1965

If. {i City lalks it GiviKf uNPr.ciNCi tST. MATTHEWS: A.O. Temple lonetta at 1744 the NW Masonic 3rd TAKE CHURCH YOUR SUNDAYEDISON FAMILY TO
Coconut Grove Fla. Ave. Time 4 to 6.
Fr. Stafford J. Sweeting, All candidates for confirmation -
f : to Poverty Program priestOn are asked to
immediately
meet with the priest -
Miami City Commissioners vice," Fleeman told the commissioners last Sunday, the following
s were asked Monday by leaders : members of St. Matthews day School at 10.45: sun-j Specials
I a\ \ of Dade's $1.2 million,, "war Weatherly said the program Church were Joined by day If you are
\, }, on poverty" for use of a has not been worked out, many well-wishers for the do so, please contact your
;. police precinct station because but the building would probably celebration of the "Queenof priest at once. I r
; J they, can "do more" contain offices for the all Solemnities" The OPEN SUNDAY 2-& I
r I for residents than can Miami's EOPI staff, provide meeting Feast of the Resurrection.The We extend a most
t planned recreation program. rooms, "perhaps some recreation" music was at its best dial welcome to all cor-I I 521 N.W. 43TH STREET
; Under questioning, the and counseling in and all present sung the tors. Those who are I
\ representatives of Economic legal and health matters. Divine Liturgy from the out a regular church home CBS, tile roof, dining room, carport, $67.67 month.
I Opportunity Program, Inc., Miami's full-time recreation depth of their hearts. are invited to inform us FHA terms.
admitted they didn't know said program is nearly completed, The prlest-ln-charge. of your possible interestin I I ii ; J I
City Manager M. L. :
what the city planned. Fr. Stafford Sweeting, memhorship In this ,
, A $25,000 conversion program Reeves. lie said the federal preached the sermon, parish. Please make ;4E3 ',fe4r, 0Mt, {2" ,iambs,. forft CBS ,jfcom OIL dovblo I :
f at the one-time jail in grant provided funds for the "The Risen Life." Ills selves known to thp your-I It ;Cornet fenced Jot 2'.corgorger ,BeavtleIAfrvit'trees) l ; I
the Central Negro District at centers and suggested if the message was applicable to following our X, : !! 'J
" commission wanted to turn ;well,:pttwp. end iprJeMtr system.! fteh&g l seId.for"FHArola
-
11th
N.W. St. and 5th Ave. is daily life. would like to welcomeyou fb
i nearly finished, and the city>,the station over to EOPI the All members of St. personally. Servicesfor 1 I +.,.e JT$500,,' down.v >No closing' cost.tr:: ,. ",r'J'" } 't'I
> *' :
(. plans to open a full-time recreation city should receive rent. Matthew's are asked to St. Matthew's African "ft"t.:..:-.
center, "You have plans for five come out this Sunday 'and Orthodox Church are still
David Fleeman, an EOPI centers. It would seem to be give support to the Wo- being held in the main DRIVE BY THE FOLLOWING THEN CALL- EDISON:
pit \ board member, Richard that if we give you the stationwe men's Auxiliary of St. chapel of the Bain's Fun- 1 4201 N.W. 11th PI. 5 bedrooms, 1ftbaths, I
," Weatherly, executive of the will lose a center. Why Peter's Cathedral, benefit eral Home. Douglas Road,
> find other and then jalogsied front porch. Ideal for large family. FHA
poverty program, and Negro not space Musical Tea and Fash- Coconut Grove. I
leaders, appeared at the coordinate your program with terms, no closing cost. I
ours which will give the residents
commission meeting Monday 2 337 N.W. 59th Terr. 3 bedrooms, CBS, furn.
more, Vice Mayor
and asked for the use of the
.
l ) old precinct station for one of Alice Wainwright said. I home, plus 1 bedroom detached opt., plus garage I
their multi-service centers. After a lengthy discussionthe r 1 and carport. No qualifying.

fir offered"The us city some manager office space has representatives commission to told work.EOPI up a JET TV CLINIC. /;a 3 4401 N.W. 15th Ave. CBS, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, I

JI in the station but we would proposal in writing, submit it : 2 screened porches$300 down. No closing costs.
,( like complete use of a full- to Reese and see if the city's HOME SERVICE CALLS $1.00 FHA terms.

,, time offer basis residents since more we than feel the wet program worked jointly and theirs and then could come be Day or Night 4 4030 N.W. lit Ave. CBS, on corner, tile roof, I

city and they want our ser- back for commission action. We Sarrfce All Make ., Fla room, dining room, carport. No qualifying.A .
I beauty.
: HI FI's and STEREOS I
5 6808 N.W. 6th Ave. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, fum.,
:,: Edison Center to Get w. Ala Real I CBS, tile roof, Fla room, garage. For a largefamily.
I I TV'. by the week or month No qualifying. I

i. "New Look"Miami's 6 1474 N.W. 83rd Terr. Lovely CBS home. Tile
I
; 907NW.: 2nc'AY 111eUE f r? roof. $75 month pays all incl.taxes and insurance. I
I Operation Fix- 'heads the committee, said <8. $250 down, FHA''terms. No closing costs.
Up Committee will mod- the program is designedto J Phone FR 444 e t. :, I
ernize a threeblockstrip show how unified ta 18321 N.W. 14th Ct. Nice CBS home on double I
of Edison Center In ,planning and private funds corner lot. Large kitchen carport, fenced, $250
I' a pilot proeram. Mer- can spruce up a declining down. FHA $11,500 total.These .
\ chants in the area made business district and thus I
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the decision at a meeting. attract shoppers.The .
with are just a few of the many available propertieswe
neighboring Hialeah Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
;"f' busnessmen recently at capital will be sup- have for sale. Come in See us.
the Plumbing Industry plied by the merchant
I/ Program Hall, 2526 West The Fix-Up Committee "MR. JACK" WE ARE OPENEDISON ALL DAY SATURDAY AND
Flagler St. will see after other nec- FOR
essary plans for the pro- STYLES FOR ALL AGES SUNDAY
The area for the pro- ject. "And right now the Th Very Latest in M n'. Fashion
gram will extend from city isn't committed on SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS REALTY Realtors
NW 60th to 63rd Streets anything." It will be tapped ,
along 7th Ave. The ITALIAN SHOES
\ committee for funds for curb-
%'t'i' -_ gave the merchants side shrubbery, traffic 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miamit Florida 175 N.W. 62nd St 751-2441
30 days to get studies and similar projects ,
participant pledges from 1-
90 per cent of the prop-
erty owners along the
strip.

Speaking for the Edi-
son area, John B. Orr,
Jr., chairman, said the
owners are 'all willing
and eager to pitch in and
make this thing a suc-
1 ; cess."

R. Kenneth Bluh, who

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