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CARROLL IN RUNOFF FOR LEGISLATURE


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The Times are Changed and we are Changed With Them


40TH YEARN 27 MIAMI FLORIDA SATURDAY MARCH 2, 1963I TyVEN .- ,'-,,



I Falls Off Truck; Man DiesAmos ALDERMAN CHICAGO NEGRO POLITICIAN ELECTED- SLAINn . Graham and Matthews I 0.- '




Gibson Jr., 23, of 6529 turned over abruptly. Gibson $ Chicago, Benjamin Lewis '

NW 14th court, died on Wednesday lost his balance and struck, fell his to skull.the was found dead handcuffed and Run 4fh Braynon 5th
as the result of a freak pavement Memorial shot In his back three times.
accident. He died at Jackson Lewis, a well known and respected -
Hospital. politician for 15 years NEGRO VOTE Atty. James Matthews polled
Gibson, a lawnman, was was reelected in Tuesday's election 6,434 votes to finish fourth
standing on the rear bumper of defeating Republican Jeff
ahead of 10 other candidates.
a, truck owned by him and SAYS CIVIL. SERVICE . Alford by a, vote or. 12,189 to SHOWS' Preston Bird with ,10,895' and ":
Arthur L. Scott's maintenance .888, but was' 'a'.dead'm: 'on Murray Dubbin with' } 11,233 are'-' ...
company and which was being. :' Laborers Must Thursday I morning lying:,beside STRENGTHEarl in the',runofff, ,. ,'' ,
:pushed Monday at NW ,,13th his desk :on, the second :fldpr ,of :
.- -Ave. and G9th St. I his office. *.* c A 4! Atiy. Harold Braynon finish
Lewis had a reputation as J. Carroll, 31-year-old ed fifth 28' candidatesin
among
The truck had a dead battery Read and WriteThe an effective alderman and was school teacher Tuesday became Group 11 with 0,205 votes.
The bumpers from the pushingcar the first Negro in Dade
member of the Braynon came nearest to makIng *
were too high and Gibson City of Miami has''launched Democratic organization which County to get as near as a runoff the runoff. Only;* 1,971 more'
stood aboard the truck bumperto a program not only for establishing dominates Chicago politics. for a legislative nomination. votes would have made the dif

weight It down. As the vehicles the basic standardsof There had been rumors, however ,, ",. .- ference. Tom Spencer was high
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moved, the truck,engine literacy for all applicants foremploymentrbut I
I that he was fighting a II with 7,526 and segregationist E.
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is also attempting faction seeking to unseat him. N. Claughton second with 7,176.
to search out those employed Negro csrrtlrtntea ,got votes in,
and are not able to,read and \
write.. The purpose Is to' get Mental Patient .: .: practicall all 211 precincts, how
them to take advantage of the ever their main strength natur-
current State "Learn to Read Guilty of AttackA > ;. ally came in the .predominantly
and Write" program., I /JlfM..1. : j Negro precincts. .

On Feb. 4, the Civil ,Service 12-man Jury on Wednesday; Opa-locka resident proved' to
Board established the policy cf found Alton Jackson Fales .,. be the strongest ''supporters of
hiring only literate individuals guilty In Circuit Court of rapI' .1-.>. : the four Negro candidate with
V6Yr'rt r for the laborer classes, as well ing a 30-year-old blonde secretary -'' '. the Perrine and Florida City
as all other classifications.) Because then recommended mercy. .. areas weakest
of this change the Civil: A former mental patient, .f4... OPA-LOCKA TOPS
Service staff 'must ,now make Fales said through the trial .
,sure that all a can that he acted with her consent' Opa-locka'. precinct 9 at
.read and write English. and that he did not rape the, North Dade School' gave Rev.

Applicants for laborer and woman.. :.. Graham 570 votes.' Matthewsgot
f custodial classes will be (asked The blonde testified that ,""\ -'j. 517, Carroll 514.' and Bray-

,by the; receptionist if they can Fales crawled through a window 'W' .. non 458. Precinct 22, also I went' ,
read and: write. Applications of ,her home last August, and . strong' giving: ,Graham 38f.
,!Will be ",Iven'only ,to,tho* ,who raped her. ; Matthews>27B/349. .Carroll. 11" ,,am nV, ;jail, il.
answer "ye*," aDd -must be fill The verdict automatically. Carroll polled 7.8&J 'vot :;"tat "Braynon' !
Precinct 204 In the" Rlcboead
Vince of applicant,in tbe:'pres poses a, life sentence on him. I finish second to Lee Welssen- Height ',arta had the second
the receptionist.
born in the Group 4 race for a beat showing'glvlpg Graham
1 Integrated School seat created by reapportionment. 479. Carroll 442, hilt hews 389
Weissenborn polled 23- and Braynon 351. i
Efctelle Rolle-Evans was Band in Concert 707. Twenty other candidatesgot
Floridian Featuredin reared in Pompano, Fla.. where 46,502 votes. These are the Precinct 74 in Liberty Square
she attended elementary school. The junior I orchestra of A11a- votes Carroll will bo seeking ranked third with totals of, 409
She graduated from Florida during the next ten days if he for 'Graham, 370 for,Carroll 350
"To Kill A Normal Industrial Memorial pnttah Elementary School 4700 is to overtake the frontrunncr.GRAHAM for Braynon ,and 322 for Mat.
NW 12th Ave. will
give a con
attended Talladega, and thews.
College, :
POLLS 10,131
!in theschool's
cert tonight ( )
Hunter's College Friday .
from Precinct
graduated 03 in Brownsville
candidates
auditorium. Three other Negro
Mocking Bird"Mrs.Estelle New York. She taught 318.& Braynon 310.
school, for a ,time in, Pompano. Allapattah Elementary is integrated failed to ,make the runoff Edward by I Matthews 289 and Carroll 288.
and there I Is a fine narrow margins. Rev
Evans now a
Public School, teacher Mrs. ZlIpha Sawyer, secretaryat spirit of cooperation and goodwill T.' Graham polled 10,131 votesin One of the oddities of the
neVp Tirk role In'she' the James E. Scott Com among the student body. Group 13, highest numtfer of election was segregationist can
who featured
has
a Mockingbird munity Association here is a About 20 percent of the memo any Negro candidate. With didate David Eldretfge getting
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movie" "To been Kill a'nominatedas I sister. A brother, Cornelius bers of the orchestra are col. that number of votes Graham votes in all-Negro precincts. B&>
that Best has Picture\ of the Year, Rolle, Is a teacher at Carver ored. The public Is invited to could have earned a runoff spot dredge got J9 votes\In precinct
the
native Floridian Mr School Delray Beach, and a attend. In Group 4, 5, 8, 11 or 14.house 74, and 27 votes ,In' recinct 75.
li I a niece, Iryse Grant Is employed
Evans plays the part of Carol, with the State Welfare Depart.
the housekeeper.An ment.

attractive, grandmother The Evans family live at
And experienced actress, Mrs.' 2149V4 Washington Ave. Bronx, i. lM
Evans is the wife of Walter Their son Charles, 22, is a fr? } yip
Evans, an architectural drafts- clvU- mdneer student at New
men. Recommended for her York City College. The daughter
role as housekeeper ,by Osle: Mrs. Martha Charles has a
Davis, author! and st Dro,'dw"v hit 'Turtle Vlc'orlom Mrs, Evans has been teachingfor
," she explained "I teach I the past 12 years. She was
'school because? there isn't rfvcnla ,leave of absence by the
enough work for Negro. Board', of Education to appearin

actresses." the i film. It Itr

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_At nI Brotherhood Dinner

I The 11th annual. Brotherhood I and Mrs. Roosevelt.The .
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Dinner Na ionalFloConferencen' usual presentation of

th'Christians and Jews, Inc. Con- Brotherhood awards was made
P. Cain.
by Senator Harry
Dante Fascell
gr-ssman general awards
Among those receiving
took lon-
chairman plac" on
,' Mil- was Rose Drunell Moorman 'a
the
day evening in grn"
Wash
the Booker T.
student at
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Hotel
room of the Fontaln b1eau!
ington High School. She received
Miami Beach. a bronze medallion.
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The \"('0Rev.. Dean FrankL. at -
Titus rector ,of Holy Cross this Among numerous enjoyable guests occasion ," '
very
\ and presidentof
Church
Episcopal were Dr. and Mrs I. P. Davis,
the Greater Miami: Ministerial the Rev. Theodore Gibson Mrs. 1( JJWillie

Association, gave the invocation Mrs. Athalle ._ ... ... .
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president and Rabbi of the I Greater MiamiItabhlnl'al Range. Mr. and Mrs. James W. Davis, Johnny Rose- Motel and Villas), Maury These were twovfoursome,
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Whitehead Miss* Marie Roberts
Association, pronounced Mr., and Mrs. George boro Dr. Norman Jaffef (eye Wills, Dr. Sam Kivalt and Junior guests of Mr. Markowitz. Their jP '

the benediction Aumaltre, New York; Mr. and surgeon), Morris Lomaskin, [ Gllliam pose for the cameras was followed .tftr; a ,
for the occasion was Mrs. Moorman, Clarence Cole- (construction engineer), Jack before tee!:ig off at the<< *exclusive luncheon at.the J lam E
Sneaker
Elliott Roosevelt) son of the man: of Atlanta; Cyrus Jolllvette MackIe Jr. (pro golfer), Harry West, w Country Club Althea Gibson-was' -anelier k
,)ate President Franklin Delano: and Editor H. E. S. Reeves. Markowitz (owner of Hampton' here. foursome with tho ,women.


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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Knights of Pythias Zetas to Observe Fjt1


PAGE' 2 SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1963 And Calenthe Wee.JiUJiJIA

;!. .. ? Womanhood
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the for a full 3, Zetas Woman
Ing was held Sunday, Feb. 24 week Setting of activities pace, Miaml/Beta of the Year.. Special citations
r at the home of Sir and Mrs. Tau Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi will also be given to outstanding
the
Zetas of
Chapter
r Samuel Glenn. Beta Sorority, Inc., open -
of Finer a S r Jed for 6 p.m. at then
Sir" Robert Glover, mastor of observance hood Week (Fehr arc] ap |NW 17th Ave,
works of p Gleam of Hope Lodge. 3)) t/y worship s, M t1 lIe a former
'No"; 18 had death; In ''the fam- tan AMEci be
w "x ily. His :sister, Mrs. Jessie B. '
White of Adel, Ga. o+tl Pros t 1 f 1 air se
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Sir Xrthur L. Bowens, K.R.S.; ) n
Faith ;of 'Hope Lodge No. 32, t r .tre ,
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uncle diedMondaytFeb.*<18.Jte: ) 'en .
Is 'George Brown of 'RlcluflBur .. h' of :-;, ', .Ii..

Heights. .. ,ITX/T'I 1 lrvIUi.d: playjrppd.gtytlitiesr f t
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Alpha Delta apte e
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Simons, worthy. pectri c of-n F't\1 if>'tcJ* meetlrrg-for-reclama- National rSoror,. ,I), J
Lily of thQ\.WJ1.h.v NJG8,1. fa i tjfWtas' ;{! and planning for Kappa hdM ire *regular Tfr meetttig"during" \
died in 'Pine Bluff, Ark Bbule events.was' hdd- Wednesday the month-of February.
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Ministers Win Bakery Jobs
FEDERAL SHOWS SATURDAY MARCH 2, 1963 PAGE 3 r S

:' For Negroes in Atlanta
13.7% GAININ "
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Teenagers Get 30 Days for Craps
ATLANTA The N workers in a total work forceof
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ministers of Atlanta announcedthat more than 200 workers. Two teenagers were found I testimony that the teenagers ,"f,

the Atlanta Baking Co., To date the one company Billy E. Miller, president, guilty of shooting dice on a and a third youth threatened a I''
makers of Betsy Ross and Sunbeam which has refused to grant the Franklin Federal Savings and Coral Gables street and were policeman's life during a week's It
I Bread, has granted their eight jobs asked for is High. Loan Association of Miami, reported handed 30-day Jail terms Tues- stay in jail.The t
, request and employed eight new land Bakery. The ministers today record savings and day. three are Willie Lee Reid, I
workers, desegregated rest have Instructed their congrega- earnings for the Association. Jr.. 18, of 209 NW 4th Ave.!: I''
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, room and lunch room facilities tions not to buy bread from Since January 1, 1963, Frank. Gables Judge Charles Spooner Robert Lee Jones 18 of 1212
and further agreed to a nondiscriminatory companies which refuse respect lin Federal Savings added indicated the stiff sentenceswere NW 1st place; and homer Reese,
I hiring policy in the Negro citizenry and their $357,183 In new accounts and imposed partly because of 20, of 035 NW 4th Ave. ,j jI
! the future. Among the persons right, to an adequate livelihood. Increased its mortgage portfolioto
$1,286,158.26. Total resources
hired
were seven route sales- A select delegation of mints climbed to 1600022.05 a gainof '
men and one office worker. I ters will picket the Highland 13.7% since the first of the i UN Sends Dr. Bunche to Yemen. : I
This marked the third company I Bakery on Friday from 5 to 6 year.

to adopt at the fair request employment of the I. p.m. Miller stated that "new accounts Dr. Ralph Bunche, the UN's I leaders of the government which I
Ministers and Operation Bread have been coming in at top troubleshooter, headed to I overthrew Yemen's feudal mon-
basket. Colonial and Southern an unprecedented rate and we the Middle East Wednesday in archy last September.

and Bakeries earlier agreed to hire J the expect months continued ahead.growth The Associa thru an attempt to calm tensions in Bunche will attempt to quiet
upgrade Negro workers giv embattled Yemen. hostilities that have involvedthe
tion has paid $14,197.00 in dividends
ing an additional $185,000 annually United Arab Republic, Saudi
and
to its
savers
expects J
in Jolte which had previously this figure to be increased substantially U.N. Secretary General U Arabia, Jordan and the Brit
been denied
Negro workers. by the end of the Thant ordered Bunche to the Ish in the adjoining colony and
The ministers are presently year." I Arabian peninsula for talks with protectorate of Aden !
engaged in negotiations with
"It is I
interesting to note,
Merita SaRery in an attempt to .
get This 10 Jobs for Negro workers. Miller said of ,all"that savings'a'major funds percentage received Try A Miami Times Classified Ad I
would 41
mean Negro
are reinvested in the
community in the form of high Painless Office Treatment of
first mortgage home
North's Travel quality. The Franklin 'Federal 'RUPTURE "SS PILES,
saver therefore' enjoyed an ex.
Employee Receives tra dividend In the satisfaction
of knowing that he is assisting llectul Diseases! Varicose Veins Pro-
AwardMiss his community to grow and Htnto-No lost time-Discord Truss
prosper. Upon Correction of Rupture.
1)11. LONG'S CLINIC
and travel Joan Bullard, secretary! First mortgage funds are 1533 8.W. 1st SU-PR 32748. A general health service
consultant at North s available to those who require
Travel Bureau has been awarded rJ a F home loan financing to purchase
a certificate of build
proficiency or to refinance w
after completing a six week It',"." their present home. The Associ--
training course in System Sales J;Mr. and< Mrs. Columbus Stephens ation maintains offices at the Senior Students
and Service conducted by Pan of Atlanta announce the corner of NW 10th St. and 3rd Jaig9i
American World Airways.In marriage of their daughter, Ave. u' Kvru7
Morris L. Hardin DADE COUNTY HIGH SCHOO..S"t.
addition to Miss Bullard, Margie, to au 16,1
awards were presented to 12 son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. ..'' 'w nr.tfl, jio.j'wla SI
Hardin of Atlanta. Mrs. Hardinis
DR. M. RADIN
other agents who completed the U p.illJ., ,'girla
also the niece of Mrs. Lillie
Y "lrs
course., cocktails The awarding and a full ceremonies course M. O'Neal and Mrs. Ella Turn- Sunday 10 a.m. 12 noon EARN , F. i9uG ,((1 tls'fl7'll'1

Latin seafood dinner was sere quest of Miami. ( 7 li iri ; IllVfobnni
ed at the Centro Vasco Restau Mrs. Hardin is a, 1058 graduate -. Obstetrics SC N r nrihlol ) f v4 I t
rant, 142 SW 37th Ave. Bud of Clark College and Is presently ,..r /I I ,'r'UI
Rose, class instructor of ,PAA employed as secretary at General Practice
sales and service training school Goulds Elementary School. Mr. 9ldiaao I1iM2j1
made the presentation. Charles Hardin attended Clark Collegeand 1159 'NW 3rd Ave fl I 7ud3
,North, manager of North's Tra is presently serving in the ) moil nolJtnagoH; ? ) n-iM-tr, m in-'jj JMJnud ov/j 7a11A
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vel Bureau also addressed the U. S. Navy, having recently Pone 374-1419 'blent)? 01Miami :iauoo rrli rrj alt.UuuiteJ i ',r m I n'
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class. graduated from the Advance' Times .hristan Nospst 4r l i i tI RWVfl'J9(1
Aviations Electronic and Elec Open dally 0, a.m. 8 p.m. t
Miss Bullard has been invitedto trician School at the Naval Air LL'jU
appear and speak to.8 stu- Technical Training Unit In
dent group 'during Booker T. Jacksonville.The .
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Washington's Annual Career j79fp 911'J'ns
couple'will' leave' for San
Emphasis Week on March 20. Diego, Cal. on March 8 whereMr. : tr dolriw nrlrl; 9rIT ,v a a r7 ?nrl ))1 nnh PrtuuId
Hardin has been assignedfor I INDUSTRIAL '' b9 I
further study and training M
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"When Old Folks in preparation for duty In y ., I Il
Japan.one ElECTRONICS VI ( I
Become a Problem"One r or
IYENIN8 CLASSIS
of America's best known.. in which aging relatives area RE6ISTER NOW r / Nrru
but also best-kept secrets Is I burden to their families. The
that there are a lot of perfectly problem must be faced realisti Fit 11439t
terrible old women around. cally. In this day of small houses puss'
They nag our children to the It Is often not practical for. ( )r1111r11I
the aged to stay with their married
point of nervous tics, or they
spoil them silly.A children. nor, Indeed, Is I !l
it kind.
penetrating article titled, The Ladles' Home Journal FREE DELIVERY :b'.9* .vric / I
"When Old Folks ,Become a article presents a case historyof . IT , .i MgW.lrixL I.xnnni r I
Problem" in the March' Issue of one family faced with this 6750 N.W. 15th Avenue nl I IM ) 1 ;
Ladies' Home Journal is must problem and reports the advice IIA HOLD JOLUVUnTIC. MWUMCpf'TniMifti Iluo'J
reading for everyone who has offered by two psychologists. .
an elderly relative living in his ,
home. """''
Investigate Without Obuigatlon
The world we want is not THIS is YOUR OPPORTUNITY!

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PAGE 4 SATURDAY MARCH 2, 1963 Garbage Collectors Friendly Circle I.. tab ail it."eJIlin.
I Club Organize J r3Ikritkva XCIOfI e, iJ." '
.d4 d.; X I>arJ a dObertMr "','__Zi
Dressed Up ,

Get Ttw? JVIemilj' ftrcle! JUila 1&e Taacie. trearM :-..:":--
organized on JdII Olive Curay err {:. ,
I club was
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tfe ill1lory ;i
Far the flnft time Itt evening Sept 2, 1WSZ. The ptirpose V era Crfc sw, chalnnan of "Jp
of 1.htC.t T of Miami, Sanitation is to get together for a dick 'oommhlee: Mrs. Fh ;
Department garbage c 4- quiet evening once a week 'WbeD I I p c&f ajta; Mrs. b
__ _ ""=" :::.-::..._.:::---:: ,:=:: :r'JI"JaO -_ lectors started wearing tini- we can relax our mind, bOn n jberioa.y asatetaut; chap:
forms Thunsday. thifig we ferf 1* very necessary I, Mr: Willie Kl Hart. Mrs. ""!
in th M? times of jtr ww aDd i Hill UrL Mfldred HVford yr4k
u 4aim-r k"t fa.Ith..rtt1l God.won4 kerj faith with mas-Dtac "Thisas one of sir pbaat strain, alui to dtoctuw ways and ink>>, IStB.: Ella MUcheJVittie j
recommended by City Ddae4ger. others who are :
mean of helping Un 1 t'a IliuKos
:, .:' The Primary M. L Rese to the city ooaunis: i, leiw fortunate than OU.JYd 1'1int. aJbd JiArx' Mumey X:.
the vote wa : 1WW to impnn-e what "To Lift a. we t
ikiners in if
many.
As anticipated by our motto
The J nary is over sanitation 'j, La
bad
termed' "a royal
411314 registered, east their be then very Climb Our color, atl
lil111.; only :HT7.23B off Dad Count) t: situation." I
thousand, two hundred and two voles :wen -
balk Sweniy-fii gttt '
lor the Senate There! will Ite a rutty: betwee: The city Is uniforms the J FINEST SELECTION IN MIAMI
*o Hue: Candida* and white tohe
Bepu George BnD ban Jr. and former Metro Commissioner Juhi> 'green more than 3.iOarltrge. collectors )

E-OicLead on March l%. "" and truck drivers. The HOMES OPENLOW
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LOVELY
the
candidate commission approved
Here is the score on.Negro city
Earl Carroll nit *end :a riHT.B3S project and paid
Group 4 _Tiib 20 in the save, budgetm
Weissenborn I funds in this year*
Lee
votes and will be challenging top man LOW DOWN PAYMENTS

who polled 2STF7 votes LESS THAI RENT
Carroll has: made iasuny for us as he: is the first of his race EZ TERMS

to go into a ruBMoJf ejection in Dade County. Congratulations. 1467 NW 53rd Street

In Group :3 The Her. Edward T. Graham had to contend Gorgeous CBS, 2 bedroom each side. Duplex. "Lire

-with 11 others: coming out in fourth place-with 10,131 votes, the rent free.* $800 down. No closing cost::

highest number received by any Negro: candidate. o
lriGroup 11 _Ay. Harold Breynon, *?ia 2&. candidates: ,was 759 NW S4lh StreetNo

fifth with SJ21& voles- in for down.
right $495
tnU More
In Group CAt:'. James Matthews, with 24 candidates, eras qualifying on -
$78 month Httge Florida room, porch* hardwood
Jourtb with 6.434. : per
While we are somewhat disappointed in not coming up with ,1 floors. _
: a winuezhere's no reason Jor discDu. eIDeDt. We are" not a- i =+b--

? Aid-politicians and after all we did very well- Earl Carrol] 10&3 NW 14th Street

did make the run-off. Time for campaigning short. CBS beauty, completely re-decorated: hardwood
Then too there were many who could go to the polls and dk floors, tile roof. $400 total down. $77 month.

sun and there were many who did not care to go to the polls.Ware <

learning the importance of the ballot slowly but surely.We I I 1000 NW"75th Street
lave lost this: opportunity there will be another comfrnf -
.. Fla.
r Huge corner home, 2 baths and huge room.
> along Let's lope we will embrace M- Yoi. Newly decorated. $13,000 total $400 down, $SO per
the Crusade for
Democratic Association and
The Young
month. Partly furnished. Stove and refrigeraior.
ers are to be commended for the interest they: have taken: in
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registering qualified citizens in Dade County. As the CO".mty: -- ...,............"""""' --- -
773 NW 78th StreetNo
.grows, so must our voting lists. Milton L. Wright Jr, son of
Let us 3ioi iorward to having a bigger turn out at the Sard Mrs. Rose Wright, is attending qualifying on this gorgeous, fully furnished, like

12 'election item -we did at the Primary. : Morehouse College Atlanta, Ga.' new duplex. Two bedrooms live rent free.
Interesting also is the fact that two New in North Florid, where he boasts a 3.7: are age. i' -o-
He is a member of the Glee
Ernest: D. JacLson of Jacksonville, topped his S-maa group aDd ( Club the Atlanta J ou'Spelman 3342 Thomas Avenue

will go onto the runoff. Chorus! and the Mo-e (Coconut Grove)
W. C. Dobbins a Methodist mlnis1er.ma.ae houBe-Spelman Players.
la Pensacola, the Her. bath hardwood
Like new CBS. bare 3-bedroom. 2 ,
the runoff jn a 12-man comes The >oiehou* Gle CluH is floors tile roof, Florida room. No qualifying. M01"eright
stun: to present its annual Foun-
Church Merger PossibleAfter ie' Day am: ert, and '-t:'. in. $5OO down. Reduced: price.

two hundred nineteen: years of 'Reparation from the Wright will be soloist for the .
'eIltng. When
the Atlanta
Cnurch of England the Methodists in that country are considering :Uo-eh"uae-Spel"':tan Chsrr u' pre..
m** gnto the fold. +erns "EUjah," be will be seen NEWS REALTY
The church of England membership is more than 2,000.000 ;n the title role..Milton .

and that or 1M .1e.bod1s1s in Britain 724JDOO. also plays the of
The merging of these two r3wg ISl1' bodies has been under Cmn1a in the prduc part ,i The Broker That Works For Yoo)

-.4'r\: ,..,..icm Jar DMrl.Y even-years. The plan wbl wu aaaa no Uan of -xJ.ss Me xate:'" Be was 4600 NW 7th Avenue PL 4-0655
ed on Monday of this week lw4n es tun enmTnnnlnn by 196S.. n1edlc1m1an of the 19B2 gradda -.
s of NDI"tbweitern (Open Sunday)
'b1sb ps for the Methodists services: of Boy CrwnTntmirn'! administered Sem01" H1 1 Scboot.
by clergy ,of both churches, and received by congregation! I

of both.
Therewill be complete.and tma] union in one body by 19CS.

The Ct7U?ti] cff England is the established church in Britain

:IBishops are xamed by the Prime Minister. The LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF FLORIDAis
This merges,. which is highly' rgmTTiPTnia"t Jf carried OU.m1gb1 -.,
about disestablishment of the church in England.
bring:
happy to announce they will be in their new Home

Ash Wednesday

"Weth+eC..y of this week was Ash Wedge sdz:.y, the first da>. Office March 4, 1963-located at 2690 Coral Way.

of the Lemen 'Season The usual services with distribution
were belt in many of our churches throughout Dads Our Home Office personnel and our district office
Cotant :
Friday pvenbopB 'th1'Du bout Lent service Stations of tin will be
in
our own building. As
Cross -vein be held at several: of our churches. soon as we are settled,


Christian Hospital we will invite all of you to come visit us.

The Christian Hospital, 'our ,only JCegro owned hospital liTfllaml.

located at TSnA Ave. and 47lh: 'SU 11..'doinc3dce3y, hu When you .think of insurance
think
of the LIFE OF
certaiiiSy new!' Tnome money lx wipe out some old obligations; azii .

""U n Ake sumr degir'ahle' in>prnveiuena. FLORIDA. ;'; ..1.--. ... .nr
To this emS a special ttzxteOt program -will be given at the / ; f

:M1. Zinn Baptist: Church. 301 3CW ftth St. oa Thursday, "March 7 ..

There' ifclll> be sty admission! but a generous: free still.. i ferin| Sick & Accident, Salary Replacement Hospitalization -
-wm be zppredaled.I ,

: "William A. Chapman 3r, is ,dmmnaD ,of the 3Bcard o! all forms of Life
Educational
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and the Grand Pa
Trustees: and is; dome & splendid Job. .,
Te Editor hopes there wHl be a large attendance; Special. ..
pwttww* . Jjf&K

Overcoming Mission Open ) **2t <
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: :Roar'open at dO KW 381h: Ave. is the Uberrjr: Clar Branch o! *' -*
1We
the 3&axn3 Jlescite Miwslaix known as the Overcoming Mission.It. r"

"eras opened T&ainly to make H snore convenient lor the people :

living of the in Cuban this'area reJugees.The w'bohave.: been experiencing Jbardships because: . Insurance Company.. ::.;-

refugee: .-ark.Jorower swages and cnpliyers knowing *
this liire the CuhauK The old adage JJegroes are the last to be Of Honda '
11bed and the first: : to be fired '!s -wnrtJng u..c.lL..e.! .

:JJrnCaSnes, t2remsr vS the Tflteteg std: the TSard t HrtmedtTBtTTU _
W32 found i? impossible tc adequaie serve l'egives
because thP folios & too tar from wrh n thejr are eonaen- o. 2960 Coral Way Miami Florida

J wed' but tbe.Bilmf! tagw> fiff sew wig,be.ioirered at OrEroontfcic > ,

"!' SIssfflBai. Phone HI 5-2516

Tkleals will. 3e sssrrefi .bing anti lofiranp., provided, :,1sr.erapent .J. E. CUl.IRETH:

rrn.totiesJ: ALEC s. W 1LL 4CChuiirn.n
TTtwr wQJ ate be -wonAiip and gBunanttag se rice s. Vice Prudent
"p I 't, TuJ5...r. ijswTenoe. Heddick.pastor
r the :TCazamciu-: aesiBtanl+ dlre tr. Cof
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*S ,**5S5S5S5S5SS5SW535WS5Sl, YWCA Presents -r

I SATURDAY :MARCH '2,..1933jfafofej. "J::f.SAGE .S
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IN AND AROUND THE .BAHAMAS "For 'Parents Only" j, _,." ..., _" .' or_);,...... ... -u,
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:: I 'The Northwest YWCA. Center : ,'" Weddings y gong Demi W'ti'.: ,

Josh Collie, Wilbur Sound, Andros, was fatally
offers as a Community Service To Meet Tuesday' :
Lorenzo Fawkes and Ferguson"l burned on Feb. 9, when fire "For Parents Only" This is a Miss ''Cherlle Ambrose and :I
erts were found dead I completely destroyed her home. Family Life Education program Andrew B. Clear were marriedon Members of the Dade County
the m.v. "Four Kids" '' Her remains, found In the ruins, directed by the Family Feb 15. The ceremonieswere Young Democratic : Associationwill
the morning of Feb. 11. The 40-( werp ..burned practically to Service Association of Dad e performed by the Rev. L. ,meet on Tuesday night at
foot boat was anchored at the ashes.. County. Being a teenager Is not : A, Thompson at the home of 8 o'clock in the auditorium of
eastern end of Union Wharf., t an easy thing for, either parents ; the :bride,, mother, Mrs. Inez the Liberty Square' Housing
Death was caused by asphyxiation of their teenage sons and, Ambrose-Brown-: NW 5th' Project. v ,
A 12-year-old son of Twenty-two members of the I daughters. This program shares court. Attendants were "
Fawkes, found In critical con I National Association of Negro I with parents information about Charles Ambrose Robert Ad.derley.aadAitesaarolyn -
dition, was the sole survivor. Business and Professional W6men'fi normal growth and development , ,Clear,
Collie and Ferguson Were Club arrived il'Nassau I the of the adolescent 'and the sister of the groom. FOR; RNT.: ;, ;:... I
:on' vlsitre hUy.rhe women In which can foster The bridegroom is the son of
crewmen on the boat which had ways parents
arrived from Berry Island the board had held meeting their winter in Miami executive,before and enable the growth, ,of' Mr. and ,Mrs, Samuel Clear.. '650 N.W... ITtnVSt.

previous afternoon. Other pas. the teenager. ,
coming. CBS.Efficiencies
sengers left the vessel after it The sessions will provide opportunity 'Miss Rhoda Madeline Murrayand MODERN i
docked, but Fawkes and his son for group discussionof
remained. Five weeks after the Bishopof problems related to the Wilfred Taylor were joinedin Individual porchesFREE )
holy matrimony on Feb. 19. I
The ttodies of Collie and Ferguson Nassau and the Bahamas 'growing up years." A film "A Attendants, Mrs. Annie Lee hot water.' Only \
Family Affair, Will be shownat
were flown to Acklins, made an appeal for munds to Rolle and Eutvchus Rolle. week
their birthplace for burial. help churches in the diocese, the last session. $12.50 per
The ceremonies were performed
less than 200 persons had con- Sessions will be held on Inquire at
tributed March 21, 28 and April- from by the Rev. L. A. Thompson I
$158,200. The drive is FR 3-0095) :
at the home of Mrs. M. Jones.
Eulena Colebrook of Blanket to continue for some time. 7:30: 9 p.m. at the Northwest I I
YWCA. ,Center, 5100 NW: 21st IPR :
Ave. Admission ,is free ;for I
YWCA members 'and a,fee of 50 '
Baptist Foreign Baptist Ministers cents per session will be charged Homes for Sale

to ,pon-members.Please .
Mission Secretary. Endorse 'Candidates call Mrs_CaroIyn Hol 1441 NW 43rd Street )
land ,
m> ; YWCAprogfcaMf: ; directorat
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; ,DOWN NO CLOSINC'COSTS' "*
FIT 7-257Jforgft73iHsftratton $350 -
To Visit HereThe The Baptist Ministers' Council .,' : .: . '., home
form,. $ '& ,; & ,week everything for this, lovely 'CBS 1
$18 pay
of Greater Miami! and vicin .a aADULT"* *L BrJ*
Baptist Ministers' Council ity in its regular session of DUAfaA" CLASSThis with furnished kitchen and two jalousied porches., p

of Greater Miami and vicinity Feb. 27, voted, after much discussion 12 week series will be I
is proud to announce the, to sate on record as en- devoted to a reading, analysisand 1729 NW 47th Street
coming of the secretary of the dorsing a of well-screened interpretation of both plays DOWN NO CLOSING COSTS:
Foreign Mission Board of the candidates for the forthcoming. and acting techniques. One hour $350 -
National Baptist Convention; election. of each week's session will be ,CBS home, awning windows, air conditioned aaterbedroom

Inc., Dr. William J. Harvey Knowing ,as we do the importance and devoted to exercises Individual in and basic furnished kitchen, large walk-in closets, '
of leadership at a time group and loads, of kitchen cabinet space.
He will appear. In the Miami acting ,techniques. Class memo ".' 'r
like this, we, as a council offer l
area on the following nights, bers will participate in Imnro-- ,
solicit the "
and at the following churches: our guidance and visions calculated to stimulateand 1891 NW 41st Street
vote of the people in behalf of
free their '
Monday, March 4 The First the following list of candidates: Plays will be read and imaginations.discussed. 'No''q"tialifying" for this large lovely estat property..
Baptist Church of Opa-locka. Group 1. Tom O'Malley This course is designed and Consists of 3 valuable lots plus home with, 3..bed.

This being the bimonthly sesesion 4 Earl Carroll geared toward people; who' like ,rooms, breakfast room, formal dining .room, Florida'
of the Council. All ministers 5 to do "dramatics* but don't
in the area are urged to be 7 Francis Leo Furlong Calhoun want to become Involved in full room, living room and separate garages \
present. Rev. W. J. Macon is 0 Murray Dubbin scale productions. The creative best i
afford the
pastor. 8 Richard Pettigrew method approach to be experi If you can

Tuesday, March 5 He will 9 John B. Orr enced March as 12 at"fun.the"Central Classes YWCA begin 3-Bedroonv, 2 bath with every conceivable extra. A I
10 Bernard Berman
his present a pictorial review of 11 Tom Spencer 114 SB 4th St., 7-9 or 10.30: l home 2 years, new, valued at $42,000' and can be
recent travels in several fee
a.m.-12 noon. The is for for $28,500 with excellent
countries on the African conti 12 Edward Brigham $15 purebred now, today
13 Louis Wolfson memWers and $20 for non-mem-
nent. The pictures are in color. bers. terms.
All ladies of all churches In 14 Maxine Baker

this area are asked to please Don't fall to March 12, .--. - "- To see the above homes, call John Murray, nights,
attend with the ministersand vote PL 86261. : '
along
1963. HOUSE 'Saturday and Sundays, ,phone '
FOR RENT
others who would like to ., ,
know more about the work of Rev."T. Johnson, Pres. : '
the National Baptist Convention Rev, W. Jj Macon. Sect. 2 bedrooms, large living Federal i Mortgage :
on Foreign soil This meeting ,room, real fire place,to keep Co. ; ,
will be held at the St. John Baptist -Paid for by Cog cil water, front porch. : I Ip J

Church, 1328 NW 3rd ,Ave. warm, hot and cold city 5709 N.W 2nd Ave PL, 4.2605MEMBER I. '

Wednesday, March 0 Rev. See any time' $23 week CIIAMUKK OV COMMK11CB i'' '
Harvey will appear at the New
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Golf Tournev Lures 2.000 tn Miami ,', THE: MIAMI tIMES MiAMi t, LA. '.
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flight, New York, 320: Joe Bet. .
'v:3: tis, second, New York, 322, .
Charles Brooks, third, New Bondu Tries to Patterson )
York, 334; Elliott Jordan, 4th, get , 1
Chicago 344; Woodrow Wilson
: t Nashville,, 5th 262; Charles Pet. Training in Nassau :'-
: erson 6th, New York, 271 and ....:. Camp .
Robert - -- ----
Peddy, seniors Asbury
x fi"J'! Park, N.J., 252. By DING CAMBRIDGEIt do road work. If the decision Is
.pias ; Amelia Lucas, Washington, is probable that ex-world made for a Nassau camp, Mr.
"' ; won the ladies' first flight with heavyweight champion Floyd Munnlngs will see to living ,acCommodations
" '; 284 while Mattie Armstrong,
"f Patterson will set up training for Patterson and
256, Chicago, and Maxine camp in Nassau. Patterson will his staff.
1- . y Mears, Jacksonville, 256, were try to regain his title from
8 'v r, the other two flight winners. Sonny Liston April 4 at Conven. Mr. Lang said: he will report
P 1U .. ,.., 'O'" Willie Black of Tampa regis tion Hall, Miami Beach his finding immediately and the
, .
," ,-\ tered the tourney's only hole In decision will be to Patterson.
\> I,.. \. one, on the third day on the Scouting tho possibilities ford If he decides on up Nassau, the
,
"( IIt,)) 155-yard 16th. Nassau training camp for Patterson training period will run from
+ "This was Mr. John Lang,
was our greatest tour. n the first week in March to
.t': nament in the 10 we have pro representative of Championship April 3.
duced" declared director Sports, Inc.
Mitchell. "More than 290 played Also visiting Nassau were Albert .
rtiL; ; k (an increase of 30)) and with On invitation of Freddie Mun- I A. Blinder, attorney and
their families swelled the totalto nings of the Cat and Fiddle and Mr. Fred ,Brooks of Championship .
2,000 who came to Miami." Gooiril/ay clubs, Mr. Lang spent Sports, Inc. Mr. Blinder
Swim and fashion shows, a several hours in Nassau last checked on accommodations for

.___n..__ _,_. .._-._ ._-.-- golf trophy clinic ball, treasure were the hunt other and Bondu week touring of the areas Cat and with Fiddle Dave, 1,000 visitors.

Althea Gibson successfully runnerup in 10GO, collected $,',tO events for the visitors.RATTLER who initiated the idea.
defended her title but new for his rounds of 74-71..(0-70 'Mr. Lang visited the two clubs IN ORBIT

champions were crowned in the while Brown's performance, HAYES and the Oakes Field Hangar Have you seen the Satellite?
other two divisions in the worth $350, was 72677373.The where there are spacious floor It's different! Miami's most
North-South golf tournament at latter's 67 was the lowest SEEKS SPRINT areas, sufficient to house a ring
the Miami Springs course, Feb. in the tournament with his and large seating arrangements. unique cocktail lounge. In orbit
1822. back-nine 30 one of the, best RECORDA He also had a look at the Golf 7 days and nights a week. At.
ever accomplished at the course, Course where Patterson could mosphere that's "out of this
Althea, former holder of all tie had three birdies and an
the amateur tennis titles, scored agle on the back nine. Florida A and M teammate world!!
332 over the 72-hole distance. being counted on to "push" sprinters besides capableof SATELLITE LOUNGE
The New Yorker's final tally Other pro money winners Robert Hayes in his record- 0.7 seconds will bring an a
was six better than her 1062 were Cliff Brown, Shaker breaking attempt Saturday dn eight-man squad. G222 NW 7th Avenue !
performance and her marginover Heights, Ohio, 289, $300; Willie the Florida Athletic Clubs 100
( her nearest rival was 33 Brown, Houston, who was the invitation track meet here.
strokes> five better than a year defending champion, 290, $240;; Running in ,the featured 100-
ago, Both times Myrtle Patter.I Steve Swain, Los Angeles, 292, Miami dash on the University of STAR NEAT MARKET
son was runner-up this time $200; Zeke Hartsfield, New track will be( Robert Har-
with a 365. York and Nat Stark ,Atlanta, ris, an unheralded Rattler dash
297 and $120 apiece; Jim Walker man fast enough to be a star
The tournament was co New York, Ted Rhodes and I on most college squads. 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
sponsored by the City of Miami Henry Barabln, Los Angeles Harris already has streaked
Lee Elders, playing out of 198 and $GG.33 apiece; and James I the 100 in 0.4 seconds this year .
Los Black, Charlotte and Willie a clocking incidentally which r
men's Angeles, triumphed, with in the Greer, Nashville, 299 and .$20, ties the best the fabled Jesse i
pro category a Owens
did.
282 two better than Cliff apiece I ever, who unofficially tied THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE i
Harrington of Ft. Campbell, Holloway had rounds of 70- Fran Budd's world record of
Ky. for top prize of $1,000. 70-75-73 while Fowler, whowas 0.2 seconds on the UM track a .
Newark's James Hollowaycame on top for two days, but year ago, recently raced to an
faltered to a 78 after 74-74-77 American record of 60 seconds
from behind the final
on Fresh
Meat-Low
Prices
rounds. Chickle Griffith of Los I .
day to overcome John Fowlerof for the 70 yard dash.
Baltimore by three strokes Angeles was third with 307 followed Coach Dick Hill of Florida
with a 300 total for the amateur by Ernie Hayes, Miami!, A and M who says he has four
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title.inson Hall was of the Famer 1062 Jackie victor Rob.but I 309 and), the Clarence first day Watson leader(Cleveland and 1'....',..-..""....'......',.....,.Nwt ...,..l...!."....",.-.-;e'".-"-.",.-..".,'...,..."'.!.-.:...."..-.."i..;-.!.;-"...;,.....;."...;-..-i.,..;...:,.;....,.....,......,.-.-...,..-..-"...";-.o.-:."...-....t...;."!;.,...,.-:.!;.............,,..:.!....;..,,.-....,..-;.!-:...,...:...:..".'....,...'......,.."'...:.....:.,"....,..,"""'""'.r.';""':""."'.i I
couldn't play this year due to Art Thomas,' New Jersey, with i w;: 't;
a knee operation. 311. r rIi 'r

Miss Gibson had rounds of Flight winners included, :llls= Can't Afford Insurance? /lI '

terson 81-81-83-81 and Myrtlce to whip Mclver Miss (Pat Toledo among the men, Al Clark, first an ai!:ls lI

), who had 370 and Lemmer .
Carter of Chicago, 402. Meet your friends' nt "! Ili

The youthful Elders, third in CAL'S LOUNGE ANDRESTAURANT' elf i

gained the 1062 sweet National revenge Negro from tourney Pete :: You Can at Service-First! J

Brown, who won that event, but N jIP
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WHY PAY RENT? --
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Girl Scout CouncilTo week -
$250 rash $19

PACE 6 SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1963America's MeetThe Buys a 3-bedroom CBS, Fla. Mary's Cleaner'sand
i\ 62nd St.
room, near N-W.
1 11.1 1" I' 1 .1'
: Girl Scout Council of No qualifying. Move in now. Laundry
Tropical Florida, Inc., serving This won't last ,See today I
Key West Dade and Monroe Counties, "Clean Clothes Last Longer"
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Southernmost City4 from will hold 4 p.m.a to meeting 6:30: p.m.March at the 14 ONLY $390 down, $79 MO. FREE PICK UP AND
YMCA. Purpose of the meetingis 2-bedrooms, Fla. room, 75 x

1"1 I' I 1..1 I' . . . . to discuss an overall pro 110 lot. No qualifying. Movein DELIVERY SERVICE'
gram change. All registered today. Call to see. One day service if
'. OPERETTA AT DOUGLASS Davis of Germany; Sgt. Joe adults are urged to attend. M desired
\ Davis Jr. of Merced Cal;; James'
The elementary department
of Douglass School will present Leonard and Paul Davis of Key 5832 NW 12th Ave.
"The Early Bird Catches The West and eight grand children Bell Rahmlngs; a son Kites Trio Realty
Worm," an operetta in three a mother, Mrs. Agnes Devoe of Curry of Miami; a sister, Mrs. 801 NW 54th St. Phone 758.3151
acts In the gymnatorium of the Key West; three sisters, Mrs. Vivian Combs of Chicago; a .
school, corner of Emma and Hazel Stirrup of Tar p o n brother, Cecil McGee of Chicago PL 9-8372 PL 9.545 INDF
Olivia Sts., March 6 at 8 p.m. An Springs; Mrs. Miriam Rivers of five grand children; 11 great TU '.1857
Invitation"Is extended the gen-I Tampa, Fla. and Miss Lucille grand children. -
eral public to attend. Davis of Coconut Grove; two
brothers, Arthur Russel of Tam- The Key West Undertaking
pa and Willard Davis of Coco Co. was In charge of arrangements -
The Regular Deluxe Club nut Grove and four aunts. Mr. McGee was employed -
held its regular meeting at the as an agent with the Afro- ANNOUNCEMENTAny
home of Mrs. C Hawkins, 312 Mr. Davis was an employee at American Life Insurance Co.
Catherine St., Tuesday, Feb. 19. the Naval Station for 21 years. than 30
for more years.
The Allen Funeral Home is
The main Item on the business In charge of arrangements.The He was also the first Post club or organization interested
agenda for the evening was the in
Commander of William Weech
body will be on view at
election of officers. Post 168 of the American Le-
the residence' from
Saturday.Earl
The following were electedfor gion. promoting shows with big
the ensuing year: name 'record

Mrs. Florence Jackson, presi- L. McGee of 719 Samaritan -
dent; Frances E. Palmer, vice; Lane who died last week BOCCA NOVA? ing stars, such as: 'Chuck Jackson, Ike
"'Isabelle Strachan, recording secfretary was .funerallzed last Sunday, Ours Juke box, has the greatest -
Copelyn Hawkins, flnan- Feb. 24 at 3 p.m. from Cornish Bossa Nova'" selections any-
; and Tina Turner Revue
with
''clal secretary': Jennie Moss, Memorial AME Zion Church where You'll go for 'that! "out 18 artists,
.'treasurer: ; Marie Peters, chap with Rev. A. Franklin Hooper of this world' atmosphere at
lain: Rosalie Fisher, business officiating. the Satellite or any other shows contact the HARLEM
manager; Rose Lopez, assistant Survivors Include the wife, G222 NW 7th Avenue ,:
business manager; Genevieve Hilda; a daughter, Mrs. Ertha SATELLITE LOUNGE I
Allen. chairman of sick commit _:I SQUARE CLUB in person or call FR
tee; Jantha Brown, reporter

Following the meeting the I 3-3488 ask for Mr. Goldman.
birthday of Miss Mary Roberts Tippie Home Cleaning Service ,

,'was She observed.presented a delicious.
was
cake and the recipient of many OFFICES STORES HOME BUILDING FLOORS These promotions are wonderful for fund
beautiful and useful gifts.
The members wish Miss Roberts WINDOWS WAXING SCREENS
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a speedy recovery. She has raising projects. The social or civic
been very fifck. Licensed nnd Bonded. See TIP for your cleaning


Birthday greetings to the following 5101 N.W. 18th AVENUE PHONE' 696-4225 groups will handle own promotions and

persons in February: MOTELS CLUBS JANITORIAL SERVICE
Alexander 'Davis Jr., Alexan- realize all profits.
_ der Carey, Parks Riou, Mrs. Annld -
Lowrie Mrs. David Bain
and Mrs. Elizabeth i Cash. Harlem

DEATHS LANE'S GUEST HOUSE Square Club FR 3.3488

Joseph Davis 8r. of 5-C Fort
VUlagei I died. Feb. 22 after a '(Over King The Tailor) > n =

Services Sunday afternoon at :, 919'/2 N.W. 2nd Avenue r
Presbyterian 3 o'clock from Church Trinity with United Rev I I LIBCITYDRIVEIN

Glenwood Cronin officiating. OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY 1
Surviving are his 'wife, Mildred .
; three daughters, Miss Miriam Phone 371.5196 Miami ( THEATRE
Davis of Tampa; Edna Mae Fla.M2
and Elizabeth Ann of Key West; OX 1.7959 22nd Ave. St.
and 69th
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E build TilE. J EPSICOLA Cou will Joe Kershaw's Dade County THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
a news$1,500,000 plant at Political Action Committee
PRESSBOXBy '.' a
the horthwest' corner' 'of the so-called teachers organization, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1963 PAGE 9
ARCHIE PINDER Palmetto; Expressway 36thSt.' failed to endorse Earl Carrollfor . ..

..... .....,K."" ..... l.-.. and 77th AVe. . The talented the legislature. What made .. .. .
::; "<- : :; "'!< Odetta will h 'at vD AT THE KNIGHT 'BEAT' ? ...I.
pear a d''e it look so bad, Carroll is a teach'
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JUANITA .GREEN star. ){erald' County Auditorium iMarch 10 er hlmeIf.And look who, was Sensational' Singing Attraction; I '
staff. writer did a great in concert, ..1' Willie Lazier the :only; Negro. to get into the ':
article on "the St. Agnes Cornet had a swinging birthday party runoff.' ; This weekend March. 1-2 3.J'
Band In a recent; issue. Juanita Saturday night over'at.,, 'Juanltd .............. ..._, .-' ... ......, ,_.. -- -.,-_....._..,_.... ...-, ..
knack Matthews : 11*<>' "
has the for a real l colorful home -
story Mayor Robert King ( W I L L l'E. NICHOLSON is
High has made1 a (JIg hit during flashing a $500 check around
his recent trop to Lima, Peru. CAROfi: SAUNDKH&&'; 'gultJ\r town*, Big Nick, a city cop, bowled
The mayor 'is quite popular in strumming sister of postal clerk' a 907 for five games to take
South America and should George Dunn has made. her first 'top honors in Bird Bowl's Val-
State' Department, geta album. It's called '//Somebody,: entine Classic. They say White
ment there soon.. appoint. Touched :ap.;! Carol ls/,the female :objecting: to Sonny Listo 's
I part of the" Cannonball'' residents oh Palm Island are :
Trio, a"folk singing group Composed \ presence there. Nat Ratner
'I didn't' say this- but-. of Carol, David and Dan rented Sonny a' bungalow' 'on .
No opportunity is r.eally lost; Bergholtz. Carol is a Coconut the exclusive island once in-
the other fellow takes'all those Grove product v v Local Ne habited by another bad boy.
you miss. groes were mad as hell when named Al Capone.


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COUNTY NEWSThe .:
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HMPTON _ _
South Broward CLUB. NIvn Ll
VFW it wrrrMr M
Post No. 8195 will meet Sunday, ,
HOUSE t w ,
March 3, 6 p.m. at the Chamberof BEAN rJ ; ,
Commerce Building in Carver
Ranches. All members, pleasebe
present. I E .M
RICKEY.Iq'Ot S w
Mrs. Gaynell Blatch of 5015
SW 25th St., West Hollywood is W _
home again, after an operationat NOTABLES 21
the North Miami General AND' THE
Hospital. She thanks her many It
friends for everything.The -PLUS- .

beauticians of West Hollywood .
THE GRAND PAREES
and Hallandale are planning
a dance for this month.

Watch the Miami Times. QUARTETNo t

The Carver Ranches Fire i
Department thanks its many admission charge Dancing LITTLE ESTHERHit
friends who attended its Foun

der's weather Day prevented Ball. The rainy from Free hors'd oeuvres & canapes record: "Release Me"
many
attending. Thanks again. Wal ADM.' FRI. AND SUN $1.50 SAT. $2
ter Bowe, president.The Fri. & Sat. 6 til 8 p.m. Plus and all star show

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Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Clarkof For reservations call NE 3.0611 ask for Charles COMING NEXT WEEK
Central Baptist Church, West
Hollywood, and the Rev. and
Mrs. N. Sears of Westminster
Baptist Church of Hollywood, rimming n banquet, part, reception, wedding?
were among officers and dele Call By: Food. and IVcvcragc Wept.
gates attending Atlantic Coast, 4200 N.W.'27th Ave NEwton 3.0611
Baptist Association In Miami
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SPECIALIZING IN:
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PAGE 10 VA i.i; ; ii , ;SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1913; 1 I"' The"family' of... the late : memory: of our, 1larUnmathai : IrV',f v1ng' me'mory. of: the late

I ''MRS.:' PRISCILLA, FERGUSONWlsfAb '' j," ,,tj jGRACIE t'' .......'M, .."...':,. 4 ...Iy.h....IM.......-.. .".".....-....M.'"

thartf'''eVery .... _..'.. ,.........- : MEMORIALS ; (J Kindness' shown' to bus during 'If. ., 4j >
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i CARDS' our sad hour of bereavement// t' y" ;
thanks "to.the relay
Special ..
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IN MEMORIAM Thanks to All . friends>who sent;telegrams, letters .
und, cards',of sympathy} and !
In loving memory of, to those who gave Us the, use
I would'like to thank all and for flowers rk '1I '
of /their cars ,, d
t. \ clubs, friends and, my relatives '$i ; 11!
. the Key West Undertaking' Co. '
1 ; ,,.,'\,. who contributed toward t h q .for) its splendid f service render. f) ,f.a .
?. ):;' funeral of Mrs. Thelma B. Robf ;+ 1
all -
: ; cci.:Again thanks:to one, and 1t
: inson. Your kindness memory. for .their: kindness,, was highly t
be forgotten, and .the ; 'appreciated.'Mr .I ' '
"j'I of your appearance will always I )'i '
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'Hazel daughter
Brady,
be in my heart. Especially do I' :*: ,
.
wish to thank Rev. S. A. Cousin And Family
'j ?; for his wonderful sermon. Dr. 1 Key,, West, Fla.
K. L. Pharr and Robert Clark.

And above all Mrs. Richardson {' N/f
and her staff for their patience CARD OF THANKSIt

Again ,I say thanks a million '
Mrs Rena ft. Randolph is with a deep and pro-
I
found sense offfeMtltude that
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Mrs. Addie T. WllliafrMnd .tenUre -- -- -"- --
family of the late, OPHELIA HYLOR
I IN MEi1OR1AMIn 1 I ?"'t ;::
JAMES CARL WILLIAMS -
who died in February 27, 1957.
loving memory of our be. . express their thanks. We say EDDEN KNOWLES There's an open gate at the end
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loved one, that wprds are, such Inadequate who departed this life Feb. 25, of the road,
vehicle genuinely express the 1951. Where each alone
r A 4 r comfort :and t,solace we felt Though all things are kept with And there Is a light we cannotsee ,
YB r through your ,kind acts and the greatest of care, ,
_ deeds, your comforting words, To add to the comfort of each Our father claims his own.
,. meaningful All of who's there, !
your prayers. one
t )+ -- s'1w Father in thy gracious
:''f.r.- I this served to sustain us in the Though all effort Is made to keeping,
i fig Sr 'MACSALEE .ALBURY keeness of the loss we suffered. be cheerful and gay, Leave
we thy servant
( ..,, .Mt! ,SPURLOCK :. Particularly do we thank Rev.F. You can't make it home when ; sleeping.now
{} kwh&epfited this .life'I March 2, L. Johnson and the officers mother's away. I
i and members of Greater St. Bertha K. Lewis, daughter : The Family
'") :tiay., the' 'soul of :the faithful Mark Primitive Baptist Church; Ida K. Sidney, daughter '
,departed: '''rest In peace. Rev and Mrs. P. D. Brantleyand Gracie Ann, grand daughter
'Aff, : '\'nfCarlyle, Spurlock, husband members of Greater Israel CARD
*** -.Diana" Spurlock daughter Bethel Primitive Baptist Church: OF THANKSThe

Mr3LilHnn; 4l1urymother! the members of Alpha Chi Pi CARD OF THANKSThe
the
family of late,
Led'Albury{ 'brother *
Mrs. M. Miller
I Omega Sorority; ,
Mrs*. Valiant Pinder; sister! Mrs. I. Cheeks, and all who ap family 'of the late CAREY MARSHALLwish

Miss MarjoriejAlb.ury/sifter} peared on the program duringthe to thank their many
1fr$. Doris Sdlvaslster"'l: : services. friends and neighbors for the
J
Ttl' amllyi many kind services rendered
'urrlo 'ti J ILtIN ( floral
For
I remembrances we during their hour of bereave-
thank: Business and Professional t ment. The cards letters
I MjMOxR: 4..M many ,
Women Club of Fort Lauder. telegrams, floral pieces and
dale; Bartley Temple Methodist thoughtful visitations
In of the were
memory.. lat-L-- ._ Church, ,Mr. and Mrs. Richard deeply appreciated.
iiSyr r Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Timothy
Jackson, "The Boys," James CLEMENT PERRY Special thanks to Rev. J. J.
r"' Henry Knox and family, the Williams, pastor and membersof
who departed this life Feb. 1
MATTIE CHARLOW SMITH AME
Parents Club, Greater St. Mark Metropolitan Church,
who departed this life February Watson and family, friends at wish to extend their sincere Rev. A. M. Salmon, who delivered .
20, lOGO P. B. Kindergarten, Mrs. Jean thanks and appreciation to the the eulogy, Mt. Sinai Com-
Jesus, all our ransom paid, the Wisteria Hotel, Bell, King many friends, relatives, and mandry No. 43, Royal Arch
Ail\ the father's will obeyed. and Marie, Betty, Liz, Jean, neighbors who were so helpfuland Masons No. 108, officials and employees -
Bythy;. sufferings perfect made, Jessie and Mamie, Mrs. "Wllla thoughtful during our hourof of Indian Creek Coun
fear us, Holy Jesus. Mae Brown and Madonna of Ft. bereavement. try Club, Heroines of Jericho
'1Ienry "Fox" Smith, Jr. Lauderdale; the Daoud Family Special thanks to Can o n and the Range Funeral Home
t" e 'r husband Mrs. Julia Hammock and Charls F. Cooper, choir and con. staff for their efficient service.

>t e Justina McGee, daughter daughter, Lebbie, Friends at gregation of the African Ortho God gave us strength and
.r .Henry. L. McGee, grandson Daouds, Alpha Chi Pi Amega dox Catholic Church. Thanks to courage to hear our loss.
R.bderick McGee grandson Sorority.For the Liberty Lodge No. 1052. Al- God's richest May
Kingston Charlow, father so many thanks to the Bethel blessings be be
stowed
,.}t bert, Livingston Jr. and the beauty provided in Williams Funeral Home for its upon you all.
/jHughle Charlow, brothersamisha our home by the bouquets sent kind and courteous service. We Martha Marshall, wife

/ Knowles, sister we say thanks to Modernistic wish to express our gratitude to Carletha and Juliette,
Salon and
l' Beauty Judge and
Higgs, sister those who rendered their
fysrd ser-
-- XJmRobinson\' aunt Mrs. L. E. Thomas, Willfe Nor- vice during his illness. daughters
Edith man and Vivian. May God bless each !
MARTHA J. WOOD Sawyer, aunt and every
who expired .Maf bh.3,:,:1960. For telegrams bearing wordsof one of you who were so kind to IN MEMORIAM
We cannot say. dnd we will not comfort and solace: EdwardG. us. We cannot find words to

not say, *! J iMMEMORIAMIn Harris and Family, Mr. and thank you enough for your In sad but loving of
That she 'I..ls'dead, she l is Jusjtni Mrs. Dan Rogers and family of kindness shown to us. our dear daughter, memory

away/V a a', roO oM i-.. Joying memory of our, beloved Michigan; Bertha Tate and John Margaret Perry, wife
With a cherry smile and a wave aunt, Williams Pearl Tate of New And The Perry FamilyJNMEMORIAM
I :::=-Of' the hand York; I Miss Estelle E. Waller,
': 1 She m !J''''''''"'':':' !t.I J! 'O!; J3Af.n,
has-sllpped .into !lI.happI 'W "" ': Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Hawkins, IS
',i I land.l 1 df G J c Mr. and Mrs.. Asquith K. Mc-

J1 ?e .WQod.. Family( '., ; Donald, the Duncan Brothers of 6
r' I 'W4"I: Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Baldi -_"'-'''''' I _,
NKS I Thompson, Mrs. James and Mrs. 'hj"I I y

i J McPhee, Mrs. Mary Woods, _
The%&&?& ate**u., ( t Payne of Anchorage, Alaskai'; j I.. J
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. JI
t family.To .

al t i each and every one of you 1 I
I who sent cards with deep ex, 1 I Ih
presslons of sympathy, and to :qHAZEL
1 each and every one who did any t ,
t ; thing at all, however small,
A however large, all was preciousand J
\ appreciated in our sight,
?
a we say thanks and It Is this .
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+14 9a rt ', IJ type of friendship and kinship
f 8" a* tae ( 'r that makes us know life can be
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deep desire from the Inner re

cesses of our hearts to prize
you as rare gems and ask that .
t blessings of our God upon you.. t
Mrs. Addle Tate Williams SANFORDSINGLETON::

huIGAiIE And Family I tr ,
HICK DOYLE .,
this life Feb.; who departed this life February
whoNdeparted ;, ,, 21, 1962.
1061, IN
MEMORIAMIn
rw doiier'btft'ri&t '
forgotten Gone, but not forgotten. May
1 toy she rest in peace sad but loving memory of she rest in peace and light per
j
ly misse te my dear daughter and husband, petual shine upon her.

Mn 'wrnifrm- )"YAE1u'. shah SYBIL LOUISE JOHNSONand Mr. Alphonso Singleton,

WILLIAMS JAMES JOHNSON husband
Mr. Thomas
r wish,, : ,.f>$rcCrg thanks who passed to the great beyond RICHARD Newbold Sr.,
and ppreciaUon to the many, February 24, 1912! and Febru DEVEAUX. Mrs. Fereclta Newbold,3
friends and neighbors for thefl t ed'on ., ary 27, 1957. Their charmingways PRIEST
,
many: kind deeds exhibited duringnl4rlllnes P t and smiling .faces are a Born July 9, 1923 mother
ll':; tlndpassing.. Wefi t1 l br}.1:1 rylJreak pleasure to recall, there memories Ordained Deacon June 11, 1950 Tangela Emerald Singleton, daughter
also wish to express thanks tqfl are still with us and we Advanced to Priesthood Thomas Sanford, sister
r Rev. A. t7.D"Hall' and Rangij miss them more and more. October 24, 1954 Newbold Jr., Bro.
., Funeral Home for services ren w n sort CBHHr May they rest in peace and Rector of St. Peter's American Harold Edward Newbold, brother
\ dered. By the grief so hard to bear, light perpetual shine upon them. Catholic Church, Miami, Florida Emerald Newbold, brother
'"Ish1h PWilllarng; husband: we shall meet her some glad Mrs. Esther E. Johnson, Died February 28, 1961 Lydia Felder Pratt, aunt_ ,

Mrs. Ellen Everett, sister morning mother and wife "Grant Him, 0 Lord, eternal Winfield ParkS aunt uncle
Leroy Ashwood brother In the upper garden there. Mrs. Pauline E. Woods and rest, and may light perpetual Archie Parks ,
uncle
,
The Family Mrs. Ella J, Smith shine him"
Reggie Ashwood, brother upon A niece and 3 nephews




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I SATURDAY, MAGreater 2, 1963 PAGE 11
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On Sunday, Feb. 21 at 4 p.m.
the African Orthodox Church Men Raise 2086.11 JI

(St. Peter's) with other .

churches of the Villatte succession On last Sunday during our us to make our Men's Day a :

focused attention on the first annual Men's Day cele success; and by all means, remember I f I
high Feast Day of the Orthodox bration we are indeed happy I that when you need us,
Catholics and Apostolic Church and above all most grateful to let us know or better yet, re-
which immediately followed our Lord and Saviour Jesus
after the Crucifixion and Deathof Christ for allowing us the privilege t
our Lord Jesus Christ. ok having a most successfulday

A short Vesper was said by both spiritually and finan
the Very Canon Charles F. cially.

Cooper, of St. Peter's African We are indeed thankful for
Orthodox Cathedral. His Emlicce the messages and above all the

Archbishop-Primate of messengers throughout the day.
the American Catholic Churchwas We extend our sincere appreciation -
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JORDAN GROVE M. B. -' to Rev W. M. Davis, the
St. James Ushers To Accompanying the Primate esteemed pastor of the First j

Rev. C. H. Smith, PastorSis. Have were the very llcv. N. Derrick, Baptist Church of Brownsville
Ella K. Wright, reporterWe AnniversaryUsher Rev D. Anthony and James for the morning message, "God
Dean, a Seminarian. A messageon
the officers and memberswere Board No. 1 of St. the profound significance of Wants Men" and Rev. W. E.

very happy to have o ''u r James AME Church, cordially the Celebration of St. Peter's Sims, the most honorable pastor .
back in church invite you to attend its 38th anniversary Chair at Antioch was delivered of the Frelndshlp Baptist 11
with
pastor us Sunday, March 10 at by the Rev. Fr. Anthony, OSB. Church, for the evening message 11II
last Sunday morning and also 3 p.m. at 1815 NW G5th St. A French horn solo was rendered "The Kind of Men God II III'}
some of our deacons and deaconess The Rev. T. Wright of St. by Earnest Williams, vocal Needs."

members. Paul AME Church, Coconut solos were rendered by Miss ------.--- ., ,
Grove is the speaker for the oc I Sandra Fox and Charles -
Rev. Taylor brought a won. casion. Knowles. w ,
derful message in the morning I
Mrs. Classle Porter, president;'
service. Rev. Davis, pastor of Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor. 'I The Celebration of St. Peter's Jp .r'WtM
First Baptist Church of Browns Chair at Antioch (Feb. 22)) **IU3V.; W. E. SIMS
ville delivered the message I for came to a close with the singingof ,.
our Willing Workers' anniversary TRANSFIGURATIONEpiscopal the TeDcum Laudamus.: \" member the words of our below
at 3 p.m. and Rev. J. E. Let us today think of the glor ." ed pastor, "Send for us if you

Wright delivered the evening ( ) ious heritage The African ;I; .. "' need us, and when we get there i''
message as acting pastor and it Fr. Ellsha S. Clarke Jr., vicar Orthodox Church and pray for tell us what you want.
t:
was enjoyed by all who attend. the guidance of the Holy Spirit ,>
ed the service. Please Join our On Sunday the Episcopal not only in uniting us, but also .. ''. f..., .,f.<, ,J....;' Deacon Henry Jefferson,
church in praying for our sick Churchmen presented to the of uniting the world into the ." ., air I, ; -j chairman; Rev. Roscoe Jackson,
and shutins. church the following gifts: A brotherhood of man and the fJi pastor.
processional Crucifix and Ian. Fatherhood of God. '\

terns, turbine and boat, Holy i !

BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMiss water sprinkler and an extin i"., ..".1. "THUS SAITH
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guisher. NEVBETHEL BAPTIST : -. .......jY..__. ; .
Margaret Dencage new The presentation was made to THE LORD"This :
the 1571 NW 68th Terrace
ly enrolled member of ; Mi
Father Clarke Ebenezen Ed.
by '
ami Baha'l Community, :wit! Rev Ernest Williams, pastor
wards, secretary of the Church
speak at the Baha'i Center,. 137 Deacon Fred Williams reporter is the second of our sew

NW 11th Ave., 8 p.m. Sunday, men. I This there will en studies of the Holy Spirit.
The Churchmen will havp an Sunday be a Last week we shared togethera
March 3. Her subject will be: all day sale on the church Joint baptism. The SpiritualBaptist 7x;. few of the many facts record.
"The Glorious Kingdom of the grounds, J9th Ave. and 152nd Church of Perrine and
ed in the Scriptures, proving
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Father Foretold." The public Is Terr and 143rd St. The publicIs the pastor, Rev. Thomas Rolle ?' i that the Holy Ghost is person.
cordially Invited to attend. cordially invited. Harold Mit- will no present. HJ \'. ,W. M. J>A VIA I thinks leads teaches
He speaks, ,
Phone Secretary, FR 1-54201, for chell The music will be rendered by
president.The
etc. We also discovered that this
,
further information. Collie We would like also to extendour
the
No. 1 choir with Sister
Churchmen will have their I sincere apreciatlon to the person, who is called the 11011'Ghost
meeting Sunday, March 3 at the Please at the don't piano. to visit the I various deacon and members is God.

ST. MARY'S W. M. home of William Jackson, 15850 sick and the shut-ins.forget from the New Providence, New Now we shall share together
NW 13th Ave. following -
immediately, Hope, New Shiloh, St Luke
Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor Mass. Friendship, First Baptist oi! what the Holy Ghost does and
Miss Dorothy Major The St. will hoW' he works, This article will
reporter Mary's Chapter ST.' JAMES AME CHURCH Brownsville and all the other
deal with his work In the Old
have its monthly meeting on
that and
churches came
helped
Next Sunday morning and Sunday, March 3 at the home of 1815 NW C5th Street Testament in the time before
night the Lord's supper will be Mrs. Hattle Bowman, 10501' NW Ruth E. Copeland, reporterRev. Christ was born.

administered. 166th St. at 5 p.m. Mrs. Doris J, B. Blacknell, pastor MT. ZION AME CHURCH In those days before Christ,

Usher Board No. two will ob Johnson, chairman.5th the Holy Spirit was in the earth
serve Its 13th anniversary Sun The St. James Family is hap Rev. II E. Greene, pastor' but his home (or abode) was in
py to have the pastor back at Opa-locka heaven. In Genesis 1
day, March 10. chapter ,
Ave. Church of Christ his post after an extended ill- 2 and Job 33
I verse chapter ,
On the last all Mt.
We are praying for a speedy ness. Sunday verses 4, we find the Holy Ghost
5th Avenue
1809 N.W. Zion the fine

recovery for all our sick mem Jackson Reorganization of the churchwas rejoiced over .Dinging took part In the creation of the
Elder J. C. pastor done Juniors under
bers established In our recent by our heaven and When
who are incapacitated ,with world, man.
Thomas
Nathaniel reporter church conference and the direction of Mrs. Thcs nnt.
plans had
the flu.GRACE. I God something special he
"And when he had called the : were laid for our year's work. ., them We will look fourth forward Sunday.to hearing Rev. wanted man to do the Holy

people unto him with his disciples Truestees and stewards were every Ghost came upon the person,
from Bethel AME
PRESBYTERIANAgain also, he said unto them, elected. A finance committee, I Washington empowering them to do this
Church to
brought us a
and building committee was ap Ivery special jolt and when the Job
Whosoever will come after me, ,
thank all who all
we help fine enjoyed by1
pointed. Dr. N. Colston was message was done he left the as
person
let him deny himself, and take ,
ed to make Men's of
our Day present.
up his cross, and follow me.-" nominated chairman of the I he came. Ho always came and
last
Sunday a success. trustee board Bro. Lee D. to God's will.
Mark 8:34.: ; Sunday night, Mrs. Jeanette i went according
Let us be faithful to our Fifth Avenue had a wonder. Wright was nominated chair Jackson prepared a very,. fine Check Judges chapter 14-
,
monthly observance of the ful time on last Sunday with man of the steward board I, and program from choirs No. 1 and 0 and 10, also chapter 16
verse
Lord's Supper, which will be the missionaries in charge of Bro. Hall, chairman of steward 2 with our Junior choir openIng I 14. Here see the Spiritof
verse we
celebrated this Sunday morn the service. Music was render. board No. 2. up to climax our King and the Lord (Holy Ghost) came
ed by the No. 3 Junior Chorus, Rev. Blacknell preached an i and Queen contest between the and left Sampson three times.
ing.A the songs were enjoyed by all. Inspiring sermon Sunday from two choirs. Mr. James Jones In II Samuel, chapter 23, verses
special treat is being prepared We, the members would like Romans I: 10 verse "The Spiritual and Mrs. Clcona Douglas, the 2 find David was given the
for this Sunday?+ evening: to express our thanks to those Power House." Mrs. Mary King and Queen from choir No. Holy we Ghost, and later in Psalm
A" devotional with Rev "'Ernesto Sosa verse pray
the ? as
fourth Sunday annual Chorus ship. the year of 1002 reported that the Spirit be not taken
the 'guest' speaker. 'Rev. Sosa is Festival. Plans are being made for $217.23. Mr. William Glenn and from him. And as Psalm 139
the minister 'of ;.the. Spanish- There will be a Four Way Homecoming Day celebration to Mrs Evelena Glenn, the King tells us, it is impossible to es
speaking ,Presbyterlonl congre contest between four young la be held March 24 and queen selected to run this the of the Holy
gation of our cltj;He will bringus .dies on Friday night at our On Sunday Holy Communion year from choir No. 1 reported Ghost.cape lie presence is a witness to o u r
information 'on the Cuban church at 8 p.m. We invite you will be administered. $305.49. From the punlor de- act and thought.In .
refugee situation, and ;what the and your friends. The public Is always invitedto partment $10.14 was raised. every

Presbyterian' denomination is Worship together this week, visit St. James, the friendly Gloria Jean Monroe and Isaiah closing, keep In mind always
doing In' regardsto! "Cuban ref. you need not walk alone. church with the warm welcome. Williams Jr., were prince and that the home and workof p
ugee problems. &* princess. Mrs. Rosetta Monroewas the Holy Ghost In our dayis
mistress of ceremony different than In the past
We invite to support and 1
you EBENEZER METHODIST
TABORRev.
MT. and the future, our fourth
enjoy our gularworship ser Everyone had a wonderfultime. fifth and sixth studies togetherwill
vices and?our, .:..'special.. ; program Sympathy is extended to the P. S. Brown, minister Mr. and Mrs. William deal with the Holy Ghost
'endeavors.- --- pastor and his family in the loss Miss Dessle Crocket, reporterOur GGlenn were crowned King'and in our times.
of his parents. His mother pass. Queen for 1003. (
ed on last Friday, Feb. :22 ana theme for this year's I Send your comments and ques
ANTIOCH BAPTIST his father died Sunday morning, Women's Day Drive Is "Look on tions to Thus Salth The Lord,

1899 NW 04th Street Feb. 24 both passed away quietly Us We"Have Some Thus Far have active participation In care of Liberty Bible College

Rev. O. W. at the hospital. by Faith. tftj tiding! a new Mt. Tabor. We 5181 NW 15th Ave., Miami.
Foster"pastor"Behold the
Services for both were held Look on us! We are wo
to Thanks!!
want say,
how good and how Thursday, Feb. 28, 1 p.m. from, men of today, builders of a
r brethren to First Zion Baptist Church in brighter tomorrow. By faith, we COMING EVENTS
dwell togetherfin unity." Deerfleld Beach. have come thus far Faith In Musical Tea Mrs. Loreatha FISH FRYThe
The Rev. H. W. Brown of Nas God, Faith In ourselves and Pecks, 1788 NW G5th St., March
Our pastor will be in chargeof sau, Bahamas brought the mes Faith in our fellowmen.The 3. Episcopal Churchmen
services this Sunday. The sage on Sunday morning', and program chairman, Mrs. will have an evening fish fry
male chorus and No.1 usher our own Rev. Oswald W. Anna L. Powell, and her com Musical Songfest New Saturday, March 2 on the
board will render morning_ser- Sands preached at the evening mltte are working untiringly to Providence Baptist Church, church ground, 153rd Terr and
vice. The"No. 1 choir and No. 1 service. bring an Inspiring program to choir No. 1 in behalf of Mt. 10th Ave.
usher board will render evening Sunday the Holy Communion close our drive. Further details Tabor Choir No.1, Monday
service. wUl administered., Tuesday will be furnished soon in this March 4 at 8 p.m., 7CO NW 63rd(
Leaders will be column. St.
the Class
night
Please bring or send your in of class meeting. Let Liberty City, Miami and outlying We have nothing to fear when
children to Junior Church every charge continue to make a, weekly areas are cooperating Fish Fry and Pie Walk, Sat- Love is at the helm of thought
Monday afternoon at 450 p.m. us contribution toward the Calendar whole. heartcdly with us. It is urday, March 2, Mrs. Mannie tfut heaven.-Mary on
Rally. We are also remindedto the opinion of many citizens of Strother Ferguson 1702 NW earth and in Ba
Remember to visit and pray C2nd St. at 8 I ker Eddy. .
visit the sick and shut-ins. all faiths that they want to
sick.
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PAIGE 12 SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 196:s DEATH Mrs. Cora Smith returns to

F.---- ..... work after n. leave of absence
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from Llllie's Beauty Studio, 1013
RANGE NW 3rd Ave. FR 39342. She's
CARDS MEMORIALS . I I1' asking all her friends and patrons .

LONNIE MAS HACK JR. or to tome in and see her.
.".." ..-'&."g- 75GO: NW 14th Ave., died Feb.
21, He is survived by his widow, ,
IN MEMORIAL I IN MEMORIAMIn .Pauline, tnree children, his MT: CALVARYOn

parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Lonnie ,
March 10, there will be
In of dear devoted a
memory mother our sad rout I lovincr memory.Iw.wn o:r indrjbiiack Sr., five sisters, Mrs. b hA celebration of tht annual Youth
Hazel J.kuwaias!; Mrs. Cleotis
,a y Day program the Junior
by
MRS. MIRIAM C. HANNIBALwho 4E" ,
Kucker Misses Betty Phyllis
s
church. There will be much
departed this life February 6y going
ana .urenda Mashack; two broth.
1962. on and the Juniors are .
17, i preparing
ers, Aipaa aim can ana ocher
One year, dear mother, has 1 relative Cnapel services continued the event.a wonderful program for
passed Church God
fey the of
Since: God has called you hometo were nelu Wednesday. i I We are praying for the speedy
rest. r recovery of our sick members.

We loved you, but He loved you M1tS 1
best. : WILLIE] MAE PHIL-
"May you rest Jn peace and : Lira of IAU bvV 28tn St, West MIOGRAM AT TEMPLEA

light perpetual shine upon you" I jtioJiywood, died i''eb.2G. She committee, headed by the
Bernadette Hannibal was a native or Vidalia, Ga. and Rev. Herbert Ferguson, will
Wilmott Hannibal and had nveu in the Hollywood area sponsor a at
program Temple
Mercedes Hannibal Albury lor six:: years, .burvivors include Baptist Church Sunday, 3:30:
live sons: Cleveland Jimmie
daughtersKey ,
West, Fla. Lee, Willie, Tommie and Rev. Buster Corker, 16010 NW 21st pm. Proceeds to help the families
of
Corris Phillips, a daughter Ave, Opa-locka died in JacksonMemorial the men who died recent
a Hospital Feb. 24. Having ly from gas poisoning in the
Mrs. Annie truth Swanson,
CARD OF THANKS sister and four brothers. Services operated "Buster's Sundry Bahamas. The public is invited.

will be conducted at the., Store" on NW 3rd Ave. for many
The family of the late New Macedonia Church of Hot years, he was well known and GREATER ST. MARK
Is survived by his widow Ruth P.B.
jywooci on Saturday March 2 ,
at 12 noon. :.;* mother, two sisters and a broth Rev. P.. L. Johnson pastor
ry !k er. Services Saturday 4:30: p.m. Mrs. Ruthle Mae Scott, reporter
in the chapel of the House of

_________,,'"WM<'__<. l\lltS"HArrTIE: ; J. MURRAY Albert. He will be on view in I The door to success is labeled
M of 7411 NW 17th Court: died at the chapel Friday afternoon. "push." The Deacons' Board of
MRS. GEORGIA NIX her home on Feb 23. Mrs Murray the church wish to thank all of
who died February 14, 1962 had been a resident of. the MRS. the members, auxiliaries, and
EMMA
LEE MANUEL
NyI Gone, but not forgotten. old Lemon City and Liberty wife of Thurston Manuel o'// friends for making their anniversary
May she rest In peace. City area for 41 years. She is a successful one.
1015 NW 1st Ct. died
Feb. 21.
Mary Hamlett, niece survived by a daughter, Cath ,
k Adam Carter, nephew erine. Cnapel services held Wednesday Services conducted Thursday at Bra Jack Farmer is to be
Bertha Anderson, and the Church of Christ Evange commended for the wonderful
Nellie Gibbs, cousins list, L. J. Martin, minister. She work and effort put forth in
is also survived by six children, fund raising, beautification of
MRS. LUCILLE ELIZABETH I four brothers and three sisters the church. He is also sponsor.

CARD OF THANKSThe INGRAM of 7610 NW 14th PI, ing a. musical program every

F..f. '''''.Jif ,<;..r". ..t'O'" \ ;. . .J I died Feb. 24. She was a public ROBERT LEE BROWN, husband Thursday night. We invite you
_ :"t.1').t.J'' 'P'''iflj'i'..:'*'', '' .7J.t.; ;" 'n.-<&i<.",t family of the late, school teacher in the Duval of Mrs. Elmira Brown, to come out and enjoy good
',f'1 : / < f'' ,.,.fl,' LORETTA F. TYNES County area and was visiting her died at 2090 Rutland St., singing from various groups of
': f...'I'J, ," t. .; 4 .ff 'i who this life January sister, Mrs. Ihelma Byrd at t1time Feb. 21.homel leaves two sons, a the city. Sunday we invite you
. i rr; f'J"",'-:'.<;$ ;"t;...:. :;, 1 30, wises to express sincere of her death. She is also daughter, a sister. Services Sat to come out and take a part in
I'' .Sprq. ., 'M.'tf.5'. :,M."I'; ; thanks and appreciation to our survived by her husband, Willie urday 2 p.m. at Greater New our Holy Communion services.
; : : t friends and for and her lather, Earl Thomas. Bethel
'. ;.) 'J' many neighbors Baptist Church, Rev. W. Rev. Johnson prepared for you
kitf; : .,!'" i.s}>f"!"1", .:.t t cards, flowers, telegrams, and She was sent to Cocoa, Fla. for K. Smith officiating. He will two wonderful sermons.
.. ,,
I :.: -< '._< .;......, jJ:,...._ all kindnesses shown during final rites.' lie in repose in the Opa-locka
our: hour of bereavement; chapel from 5 p.m. Friday. Visit the sick and pray for
'Mr)S. ELIZABETH ADDERLY We especially want to thank them.
NEMO the pastor, Elder C. B. Rock, MRS ENA A. KNOWLES of
wish to take this method of expressing members, and friends of Bethany 15GO NW 02nd Terr died Feb. EARL BRYANT of 613 NW
their deep appreciation S. D. A. Church. The House 24. She was a native of Gover.nor's 15th St., died Feb 22. His widow Personal Mention

for" the sinpere kindnesses, of Albert for their services ren- Harbor, Eleuthert, Baha Bertha. Mae, survives Arrangements
shown during their sad recent Jered. May God bless each of mas. She is survived by her !: are incomplete. Mrs.. Flora Casey, of
bereavement. Thanks to our you. husband, V. A. Knowles, four the local branch of manager
many friends and neighbors for Matilda Frank, mother children, her mother. She was WILLIE CALVIN GREEN of will fly Fuller Products
to New
cards telegrams, floral piecesThanks Eunice T. Butler sent to the Bahamas for final 5G6& NW 22nd St., died Feb. 22. Sunday to attend the Southern Orleans
to Rev. H. V. Stuart, Bulah Davis and Laura, rites. His widow, seven three area
of her
all the church members. Thanksto uaugniers daughters, mother, sonsb rother meeting company.No .

Francis Funeral Home and Arnold, Robert and Emery, and 13 grand children survive.
staff. God bless them all. sons MRS. DOROTHY WILLIAMSof Arrangements are incomplete. one loves the man whom
Thanks to the 5th Place neigh 27 grand children, 8 great 12187 SW 213th Terr.,.Goulds, he fears. Aristotle.
bors. died FeW. 25. She had lived in SAMUEL
grands, and host of B. SANDERS, 11028
Mrs. Elizabeth :MitchellMr. relatives and friends the area for 30 years. She is SW 18th St., Perrine, died Feb.
Benjamin Adderley survived by an aunt, Mrs. Irene 23. Funeral services will be con OSCAR BROWN SR., of 7196
Mr. Calvin Adderley Jones of Coconut Grove. Chapel ducted Saturday, 2 pm. at bit NW 21st Ave, died Feb. 24. His
Mr. Kiah Adderley Masker services 4 will be l\ondaYl March Moriah Baptist Church, Rev. W. survivors are wife, Fannie, a
12
Mrs. Alacia sister at noon. lie in C. son Oscar
Wiley, Edcar, pastor. His survivors a mother Mrs. Ollle
repose in the chapel Sunday i include three brothers and two Brown, a brother and five grand
1 IN MEMORIAMIn noon. sisters. children. He was funeralized in
tlje) chapel Thursday

sad but loving memory of AMOS GIBSON JR., of 6520 MISS NETTIE ARMESTER,
our dear mother and grand. NW 14th Ct.;, died Feb. 2 .. Survivors died at home, 1821 NW 6th Ct, PHILLIP BROWN SR., 17410
Feb.
mother, include his widow Doro and 21. Survivors are a sister SW 104th Ave., Perrine, died
thy, two children, his parents, other relatives including Feb. 22. He Is survived by two
Amos Gibson and Mrs. Mamie LeRoy Thompson, cousin. Chap daughters, a son, a sister and a
el
I Powe. Chapel services, held on services were held Thursday, grandchild. Arrangements
Ii i Thursday at 7 pm. and he ,was Rev. A. C. Mozell officiated. Vn/r rvi r 1 A*-**_ are

sent to Deland where final rites l: ::: : .
will be held.JOHNNID.
a BKF3 TIlE \VORI D'8
\, \ GREAT PROPHET
\ U "' STERNS of 210 A True Leader I
,.""",, < NW 16th Terr., died Feb 26. He H5 Years of
Experience
: <<
-"':...... ...m.: "I;;!;.> .. is survived by several relativesof
------------ --- Bishop Hunter Is well known as

Harriet Gordon Dies; Gainesville.incomplete. Arrangementsare PROF. HUNTER

If you arc sick worried or in
Was Restauranteur; MRS. LUCILLE FOSTER of troubled this Is the place to come
2022 NW Gth Ave., died Feb. 26. Don't stay In the nit, push back
Mrs. Harriett A. Gprdon of She is survived by her husband, the veil of bad luck that seems
r 14181 NW 23rd Place, Opa-locka, R. J., Foster, four daughters, to hold you In your track, and
died February 23 at hbme. She and five sons. She will be sent advance forward by the help of
was of 'Mom's Kit-' to Quitman Ga. for God
) dart owner final rites. under the leadership of
-Jr chen a popular eating 'place Prof. Hunter who has 35 years
on 15th Ave. and 67th St. i MRS. ESSIE MAE ROPER of of experience In spiritual and
Mrs. Gordon is survied by a Collins Labor Camp, No. 1 of occult science. Make your home
brother, Roger Wormley of Princeton, was dead on arrival happy, lie will show .you how
9 1 1ti. Tapahanock, Va., a friend, Mrs. at Jackson Hospital on Feb. 25. to bypass your enemies and
Jessie Poole. Arrangements get the things that life demands
Services were held are Incomplete. for you. Come one, come all.
Healing
Thursday with the MankerFuneral meeting every Wednes
day at the
ti. Spiritual
Temple of Zion
Home In charge, aNew West Hollywood, Fla. 7:30 Inc, 5417 S.W. 17th 8k,
Shiloh Baptist Church. survived by a husband, Willie. p.m.
MRS. MARGARET SAMPSON
'; Rev. Griffin officiated. The body
r,i who passed to the Great Beyond will lie shipped to Tapahanock ALBERT TINSLEY of ''16441

February 28, 1942. for final rites.GEORGE NW 20th Ave., died Feb. 24 at
she rest in and
May peace, his home. Services Saturday
j light perpetual shine upon her. DOYLE' of 1737 NW p.m. at First Baptist Church,of 2
;: The Family Gth Ave., died Feb. 23. Services Opa-locka with Rev. Macon of-

Saturday, 11 a.m. in the chapel I flclating. He is survived by two
,f IN MEMORIAM with Rev. P.V.. Williams off daughters, Mrs. Lois Kelly ando
i ..' ciating. She is survived by tw Mrs. Mildred Hayes four sons
,j{ In loving memory of our be..t. nieces Mrs. Florence Smith of Nelson, Hercules, Edward an loved wife and mother, New York and Mrs. Ernestine Leroy Jenkins.
t : MRS. MYRTLE MAE HIGGS Smith and a nephew, Willie
1 :who departed this life on March Smith. MRS. MARIE WILLIAMS of
::3: 1952. 447 NW 14th St. died Feb. 18
(, ;:. 't",.1. Gone, but not forgotten. MRS BUNNY Arrangements are incomplete. 5417 sm.
,,1ft ;''t;, Earnest Higgs, husband HORN of B&L Labor Camp, 17th Street W. Hollywood Florida
; ; Albert Irving, Emanuel Princeton, died Feb. 21. Services :MRS. BESSIE M. THOMAS t mile east State Road 144 3 mlles of
1" and Clarance, 4 sons will be held Saturday, 10 of 1613 NW 64th Court, died North side of the road. Office hours 1 west Hallandale on
to 8
Zelma, daughterand a[ . in the chapel with Rev. P. Feb. 24 at her home. Arrange 1 to 3 p.m. LIcensed by State and County.p.m Readings p.m. Sunday
: other relatives W. Williams officiating. She is ments are incomplete. I "'; daily



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I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. ALL DAY LONE Sunlight I Ete Mrs BiIBe: Ribi nsoc 0'Wtft"'

SATURDAY* MARCH 2, 196* pAGE I I Enjoy our pleasant ateos- Beauty .f a beauty sdaool In TlpL
_
13 phere
in the day time. Makes School Holds
I no difference night or day The success of the Ssa g&tBeaut

FOR .'OU'-nnd, things buzzing at the OpeningThe r School his been aitr&CKwd
SALETotal satellite.
I "Out of this worM to the I n
Classified SATELLITE LOUNGE I __ by gndmfeBeaaty.md'!nts..
$9.000 6222 N 7th Avenue OWKMCS aM faaIIW .,
Only $300
down .
the ... I
no closing costa and $SO Sunlight Sehooi of ., SaM Scbaol iswtth
month
pays aU. VerY nice, large 2.bbd. Culture tevtoe JIll m.r fde8M a fee&isg the first
room ,CBS v first time offered. Will Trade! to the official optag of their I edtartleaal eltertr tn the
uw'tr' room and We chooi nvw! hxated at 1113 NW soMhera MetrofMtitaa area
| rte. All will take
smaller
FOR RENT tile bath, nice yard only 15 ;year home in trade for this your new modern 3rd Avae_ 9itraeihy, Maeh 3, warktec: with the beart ftodrehahtttattee.
4 to 6 Tooth Hag andprovidtas
mortgage. See this one sure. A. 3 bedroom. :2 bath beauty pls.Fbuntdea :
E. PICARD 13en-horl, Realtor 714 NW R2nd with all built in convenIences. Mr seat Mrs D. A. pmt for tbeir
Rental Agency St. Niter PL 9-M33.. Days intercom heat and A.C. sliding Julius have been presenting opoortualties -1 graduMed.Nauooal.

Rental collections, propertytnanaeenient 7544431.r..r.r. . glass doors, beautiful breakfast I to thousands of and toteroitlooaHy.
,
real estate - tfar and all electric kitchen. All I beauty stoop owners: and operators renown nab stylists hare performed
(G20! NW 8th St. Fttf-2902 Op. n Sunday 2 to 5, 753 NW this set in an area of fine for 28 ,-ears. Mrs., Dorothy at the school many:
list St. Sci this 3'bedroom CBS homes. Drive by 3461 Florida Brown now program chairmanand times The schooTs alztocaeassocutioo :
FURNISHED efficiencies, utilities Florida rootti. Very nice Ave., Coconut: Grove. Call Fred innrtk."t<<". matriculated, at : was formed tn orderto
Included $12.50 a week. grounds, utility room, $80 month O. Smith, Realtor FR 75S7.M23 Sunlight School of Beauty Culture insure the advancement ofgraduate
6:0 N'8th St FR 7-2902. Days all. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor -- and received advanced cosmetologists by
714 N\V G2nd St. Nltes PL 9-553i training in lit of our nujor bofrfrng perk itc clinics:: to which

VICE 2-BEDROOM! home in gays,.7543431....., ... CBS Duplex cities. ail beauticians are invited to
Opa-locka. The Bundle Park '* I Mrs. Ella Moccur. nation participate.
area. Closed In fence and nice Drive by and see 748 NW and internationally acclaimed
surroundings. For Informationcall Mth St then call 1309 1311 NW 44th St. hair stylist te an instructorand
me for best
NA 1-6G51. M9 buy in town. This home 14droom vice president. Beautiful HomeOQ
only bath: living room and
+FURNISHED unfurnished 9200. only $300 down, and $74 kitchen on each side. Complete Expected to Join the faculty Your lot

apt. in Opi-loeka;or area. 1-bed- home month paid pays; for all. In Have 15 your ly furnished detached CBS In the opening festivities will .!

room unturt ishNi. $15 Week; 2- Choose yduf own paint years.colors garage. .. .
bedroom unfurnished. 518 1bedroom for new paint $550 down
job inside and payment She h a 30
furnished $21. 2bearoonis out Two air conditioners with yearn experienceBe Sly =1- -.1k t
furnished $25. Call Mt
reverse c"c1ehe3t.. $76.16 A month
A. Ben-Korl a success In
kips Rental Agency. NE 40500. Realtor, 714 NW G2nd St. Nites life. Have a
Indf PL 9-5533. ,Pays 754-3431. LESS THAN RES'TOpen happy home, Ret

ROOM In private home, with - Sunday S to :3 p.m. the position
Total $3.900. only $300 down you want get' Complete' Uutldlac $errrkr
homelike atmosphere for refined and $79 month pays all. This Is KEY REALTY out of the rut I'LNiNGBUILDING ..
m m. 1473 NW 70th St. OX
nice a 2 bedroom with large by the help' of '
1-0425. r
Florida room very nice garage 200 Crandon Blvd. God. Iet my t
FIXA>Ct\<;' i"
with utilitv' and lovely yard. A. years' of experience o
FURNISHED
one bedroom aptPrivate Ren-Korl Realtor, 714 NW 62nd EM 1.5500 help you Tour New home
entrahCe. $10 weekly. <*t, Nites PL f 9-3533. Days In business and
Call FR 3-1962.:
754-3431. In work in NO DOWN
love.
FURBISHED 2-bedroom hoUse. - -- -- PAYMENT
Your psychic and friends for 30
Fla., Beauty Salon for sale, Includes
living dining
room roont all year Closed all day Wed. and OnTwf'Dt' Year
kitchen with equipirieiit, the Very CHAVISBEAU'T'Y of
frisndalreand
room
best location for big business will be at the hit? home S417S.W. :
stove plus carporte. 811 NW 17th St., Hollywood Fla.I Ooost.naC'tlon BzlxrknceGuaranteed
$1,200 cash for everything. Call .
65th St.
SALON
me. A. Ben-I
APARTMfcNT.: 3-beflrobnis. s fi 1 NW 62nd St NIteS PL 95533. 6833 N.W. 15th night.
Ave.
r
hatnS, near Stevens' Market. Days 7543431. CALL IX PERSON 9' L3 V'

Call 691-585L or NE 3198. Offering fop this' weekend free Madam Hunter
(](! Cr.Gtffi
Beautiful 2-bedroom CBS, facials dandruff treatment
ROOM near shopping center ompletelv furnished includes with every hair-do.. 1657 NW 73rd St.
"'J1 NW 65th St. $7 per week. linens silverware, television :Miami', Fla.5nnday PL 1-36O4
ME 45744. verythtnc roes with the house, Expert technicians to satisfy!" < Ifh30 to 2 p.m. Office
I fust brinff your clothes. Comer yon honrs dally 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. 888 N.E. 79th St.
I R rROObt t furnished apt. All ".lot fine location. You will need Call OX 1-9924 Licenced bv state and county
'.'ltties, downtown nrea. $18 ef- $1,500 cash then payments will (trading dally. Miami, Florida

fic'ency! $13. Call Mtcklns R*n1 be $80 per month. Very good -... ...... ....... .-- ;".., ..... ..._. _ #_._..,._. ... _.,_.._...,_ _
1 Agency. NE 4-0500. Indf huv. Call me. A. Ben-Kort-- -- --- ------ --
Realtor. 714 NW ?nd St. Nites
"EW BEAUTIFUL furnished PL 9-6533. Days 7544431.
'',plex, 2 bedroom. Will share SISTER ROSE Brand New Special Open Sun.

<\'th' ladv. 1540 NW 55th Terr. No qualifying. Lovely CBS in
Call OX &0987 after 8.30 p.m. heart of Manor Park. Florida READER AND ADVISOR 29.87 per week pay for everything compUte

-- room, carport tile roof, Immac Don't fail her Gorgeous home 75 140 lot!
ROOM ant furnished $12.80 ulate. $:OO down and bank fi to see on z
eek. NE 5-9678. nance. Life Realty, 4932 NW 7th At 2920 N.W. 64th. Street
Ave. PL 9-4371 Open Sunday. Tell
ROOM' for a htee man at 5710 your pt present And Also see the new Rancher Model al

NW I9tft Ave Call after 7 nm Take over FHA payments. 2 future 1065 N.W. 48th Street
()r come by. Phone NE 4-8495. bedroom house near 7th Ave.

on 45th St. with little income 4500 N.W. 27th AVE. ::1 C. C. WYNNE YOUR CUSTOM HOME BUILDER
N'ICE HOUSE, fenced yard for house In rear. $.')()() down and
high class small family. Con- t'C'npnt! to everything. $20 per 1032! NW 7th Ave. PL 9-1371. id
wek Will sell $100 down. NE LA..A.... .t.:nrr.r-.tc..rztt'.oLL&: ...... ""' .I[I .0: . II ....

55m .- ..... ------------. .-- .
No qualifying. Large 3-Med- -y.jkufi' jfrf r __ .'ftfe*'"*' .' .... :>= H'I' .. -7
URN ED bedroom duo room frame house on NW 42nd
St. neah JI.'th' Ave. Freshlv =
plea) Adults or will take a child
up to 3 years old. MU 1-0325.: nalnted inside and out. $300
down and $75 month. Has nice DIZZY

318 PER WEEK six room unfurnished stove and refrigerator and you BIRDLAND
house 3380 NW 52nd can move rteht in. Lime Realtv.
1932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. JONES

=_ Open Sunday.No .

tf PER WEEK. 2 bedroom un- PDESENTSErma
furnished house. 2332 NW 66th qualifying. Duplex. $500
$t. down and move In. Each apart.
ment has 2 bedrooms and one
M21 NW 8th Ave. Lovely one ::1 pt. is fully furnished. Extra Franklin
fw droom unfurnished! duplex. large Jot run right into Manor
electric stove and refrlsrerator.NTo Park. Life Realty 4932 NW 7th
pet or children. $22 pervek. Ave. PL 94371. Open Sunday.
Phone 757-0019 after 4p.m
weekends CBS Epic Recordings Sister of Aretha
or .v Z Rest! location 2-bedroom
-ipht across from Manor Park. WITH
1 LARGE BEDIIOOM house. $300 down and $73 month.; Own-
furnished! fiulet location, free pay your closing co tx.
r.>electric 7654 NW 17th PJ ce.- life: Realty. W2 NW 7th Ave.
PL 9-4371 Open Sunday. ; : PEA
JONES---SWEET
'A1t raHnns. Baby DIZZY

Pitting. Call ri 83432. 119MENDINO Corner 3-bedroom CBS. .

Double lot 2 car .garage, 1H
ALTERATIONS for men and hath room Appliances and
ompn. Zippers, pockets, rtc. some furniture. $400 down $ 2
PL !).r2J8. Nancy. M9 month and owner pars yowr The Marvels AND Continentals
closing' cost Life Realty, 4932 THE
W\STF.nEXPERIENCED NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open '
Beautician i to
work nn her own. f/)27 NW 17th Sundays. . III '" .
Avr Ph. OX 1-0738 or C -1344. 2-BEDROOM, 1 bath house by 'i.:

Lucille Snype. owner, $3,) ,,down FHA Sat. LADIES NITE EVERY WEDNESDAY- ADM. FREE
OX 1.1 07.3.13EDR00Ma .
:md Sun.,
WAITRESS: Drive-
at Snackway
DOOR PRIZES LOTS OF FUN
in. 5595 NW 17th Ave. Fla. room large

and utility room. no cto*. $
Will do CHILD: housework r<\nn and take patio In r.t. <'O ta.. 720 NW 7..th St PL AMATEUR NITE EVERY THURS ADM. FREE

care of children. Bc t reference, t-6133
PL 1.3458 for information. WMBM BUTTERBALL EMCEE
FrvE ROOM how. Very cheap. ij
Edlxon Center.,Liberty City. PL I _

FOR SALE -4--6 tr ./::;\"'.., t.1.BEDROOlf. t. f
4-8105
Cor. 7th St. & 2nd Are.W FR
shop ; Elizabeth Hotel
LOOKING for beauty 2 bath bY owner. Mary i
auppliw? Mr. Lillian I> ': n fenced. Small
2 lots,
Johnson has a nice selection of Comer 1 ':P.,; ..!!! .-: JII.: .!!!IIi: -
Sunday III1..LJI!(
Open -M -r'\Br ;!!!: ;
pay-nent. .. .... .
down '
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* :! .r. :::!!: ;s::;
lIne everything for .calc.. in Call the twain CK $&. 1-:;, ifl&V NW 48th St.






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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.PAGE p- Phil Ossofer Says . Town Hall Meeting:

14 SATURDAY MARCH 2, 163I SOCIAL SECURITY I "Ghanian or Negro-" What Tonight at Norland
difference does it make? Appar-
ently to Mercer University, a SchoolA
00 _ Christian school, it does make a
difference. town hall meeting will be
I held tonight (Friday) at 8

I __ --- ;[ ;= Mercer does not know whether o'clock in the Miami Norland
-
AI"01'11II WIft".. U.& to allow Sam Jerry Oni of Senior High School auditorium,
Ghana to enter as a foreign student 1050 NW 195th St.

A delay in checking on your or "just" as, a Negro The purpose of the meeting is
How pitiful that a Chris citizens
security benefits when youth. to acquaint and civic
social to retirement age tian school must face such a organizations with proposed
close
you are money, EdwardP. prot/lem/ What is more the utilities tax for the unincorporated
may. Blonston cost you, Social Security Dls- pity, this young honor 'student area of Dade County. Pre.
was converted to Christianity sentations will be made
in Miami North by key
'I'IU trict manager by a Mercer graduate. I wonder department heads and County
said. what he thinks about all this? Commissioner Tom Sasso will

.............. -. .... ................---- .',..........m__. In a recent case, a school What would Jesus say to this? preside at this meeting. Ques.
discovered that takinga
ii. By ALBERT W. COOKF teacher tion and answer period will be
few minutes to inquire at the An editorial in the Christian
AN IMAGE OP NEGROES but because of insecurity. For Miami North office resulted in Index gives _a clue .to the state held"',,"+,.,+immediately I"", .. following preAll -
him there was no justice. j;"'; "'
$250 more a in benefits for of such affairs. The writer
Often we, as a r ace, are Our ancestors, fresh out of her. In another year case, a widow I states, "We either admit him 8r residents in unincororated
looked down upon. We are crit. slavery were at the mercy of considering remarriage was we are In greater need of mis- area in North Dade County and
icized by our "distant relatives". our "Distant Relatives." The able to learn how she could continue sionary preaching than Ghana." the public Is invited.
They; ask, "why do you permit favoritepasttime of the slave to receive a monthly bene-
communities to be so run owners was visiting great Even should
your our f It. Sam be admitted, boomerang which harms the
down." It is felt that all Negroes grand mothers while our great .ahead will great damage is done, for they thrower as well as the target.
do with their money is grand fathers worked in the People who plan their who hesitate ''even for a moment The Mercer incident causes Bis-
how much
) cars and liquor. field. Among us are many "light'n want to learn
to perform a Christian trust of Christianity in Africa
benefits will be
brigths" because of misceg-- social security duty, it Is as if they had not and elsewhere. No wonder missionaries
financial and month that they
each
view of may
Iuy our so
nation. "Old Black Joe" knew
done it at all. The die -is cast, lament the
great
condition, we do what was going on, but the only assure themselves comfortable and now the whole world knows stride taken in Africa by the
? Hnrt nlrtnre. Neverthe- will also
a : retirement. They want
thing he could do about it was
what Mercer has done. Muslims. Islam has
e-s-s, it j is-no-ev- half truth to have all the necessary applications God is no racial
neither deceived
hat the Negro is shiftless. Be- die.Each generation watches the processed so that they mocked. Racial prejudice is nor prejudice.Missionaries, .
:ause of our distant relatives'uilt other before it. In a larger sense can start receiving monthly a riflces make great sac
: in creating our plight, they the new generation imitates the benefit checks as soon as they to go out and carry the
:annot see a better image of old. This we call heritage. Con. do retire. The Miami North of- Gospel throughout the world in
fice will be able to help on facts so that you can decide fulfillment of Jesus' prophecy
egroes. sidering it all, the Negroes you
whether It is that it would be preached
image is not-so-bad. both counts, Mr. Blonston said. to your advantageto as a
Our fathers were suppressed Progress is being made daily.We Persons between 62 and 65 ; take your retirement bene- witness unto all nations. In the
md kept down in his so-called are continuously moving. should inquire about the options fits three years early. eyes of a critical world, events
lace. Our fathers were refer- "Stride toward freedom." It is available to them. Under By making an early inquirya like the Mercer incident tendto
ed to as boys and were paid as though we are In a deep caveor the 1001 amendments, men as person soon to become eligible make liars and "con" men
) )ys' wages. Negroes worked tunnel. A generation dies; a well as women, were made ellg- for benefits can learn what out of these great souls.
ike elephants, building Amerla new one is born. Negroes are ible for retirement benefits in documentary proofs, such as a Our actions prove the validityof
and were paid "peanuts." continuously climbing up or reduced amounts; beginning at birth certificate or marriage certificate < our beliefs. Remember it is.
when
in of moving toward the light. This I age 62. Your social security representative are necessary to assure only Christians really beleve
They speak that
retrospect will
really
of will give the prompt of his benefits. Christianity
eal estate opportunities and is an image Negroes. you payment l be lived.
low cheap land was. Who had -

noney enough to buy land and ,..)4 ? '. ., .
at too? Improving our lot rejuires .
: money and education -. .
x>th of which takes time to ac-
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We were the last hired and :,
he first fired. Ours were the : ...
worst jobs. We were confined Lih I. > ,
mostly to manual labor. There
were exceptions but for the
most part, the pattern ran true S

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B 41H Go* time back reversed in our makes generation usIlde.eyed' : .. ,

kinky haired and
Now look at the- b '( (1' f tr f S :
image. Travel further
> time to our fathers'
This is an image MONTHLY .. ,
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grand fathers' time.
fTake a look at us. We were
Sslaves. Nobody knows the
4toWnble8 Negroes have scen.j : PAYMENTSr

t Consider the plight of the NeHgroes -
over the years before conde.mning II I
his present status.
*Sure, the Jews had it rough inISfipr.many. .
; !; They died daily by
t 'e"' hundreds. The Negro had Consolidate your ,bills and mortgages

even rougher throughout the ,
orld; they died as slaves on S j
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nd and sea. Before reaching into one low monthly payment S "
onclusions, review the facts of
he Negroes life but not as
Pontius Pilate." .
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., It was in the past that our If you are -a home owner, Franklin Federal Savings may be ,,- ':

mage formed . a sad sight S.
ndeed. A sad picture. Our an- able to help you consolidate all your bills Into one low monthly J '. -"
j estors painted. They could not
jfcaint a better had ( ,
one. Negroes :
30 "stay in their places" or die. S payment. Franklin Federal home loan counselors will be happy to .

4 )ur males scratched their heads '

( Jind", ther shifted, not because from one of foot inferiority to the S, work out a saving and home loan program tailored to your 'Income.



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H:4PPENINGS: : INlllJB i SCHOOLSr- SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1963 PAGE 15
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North Dade Thespians to 'Present ." FLO.RALHEIGHTS: I'"

I a ,tar' 'M J I ''The 'atmosphere nere at Floral Receiving thfji UtOt rhW.:J9 eM &2dto;; ffi 11
"The ' ''i I" Height 1Jlem: ntnry' Is' a Award of 1003'fof'tht' >e''oufstandr' phtMH.; ..'fle g tItft

MiracIerWot" : ;. ; very ''pleasant 'and busjf' offs -S lug student In the community,, actors. ,"; I I I'' : ,f'1I.reJph
: In OUr' library be- was vivacious Hose, Moorman, a
Mflrch 28 and 1 29' at 6:15: p.i11:; 15tQf'f;: ''Jhe;! ;''VpBUp0, this 1 19 1 particularly; .hours of 7:20: ), ,:a.m. ,to Eenlor: 'at BTW. '''Rosel will attend I,I S "h vsp H 1 'Iit: ft' iem'b rs d f
the curta ifl eli] ripe 111'' 'f fid hRpostIiftlgalt; t '. rodt1Ftioft W 8-20: &ra'; #nd?,3 to-:,41' p.m., a banquet at 'the Fontainebloau, hr'' 'tentilH ih' 13tH I, I I'r nefh' l
North Dade High Schdblraudiitorluni I, iavpjBYer!| attempted, present"Ot1A We have herd at ,our school'I Hotel where she will .receive the ;- nsH I''Vie s donferenc'e held I
on the second ma ctf' Tj,members, of.the cast Hi- a "Personalized; Re&dlng Pro NCCJ Award which Is the high. E : (' ? '
Thespian Troupe 2123 ''prodd'ctlon -' pst 'flwjjird''that can be bestowed ht28MaVch'U, qtr4b \ .t'lr! b;'
gram" which Is geared th e
tp
the, :lude Leo Armbrister, Bernard : '2. The} conf erehcel 'ha5r\
of yearThQ.: Miracle needs lof L each, child ;The.child upon.1;.ft .stud.ertt' of the commun- .
Worker" \ Mt,; Gwendolyn Johnson ren In this gather.atthe sty;, i sett" attended by; ImeJl) er ,for i
Meadows ..Anthony Armi program .
rqy 13rvfcnrs) \tMembers, n inq1ar
This,stirring.drama Is th.e.real. brister, Bally 'Sharpe, Irene 'Me- library each morning and Anthology is' still in the 'makr: elnres' hnnlcrtCareyjt4dreylmhomastnndLattra Qf1Qll'tw\,.
afternoon' stories
tell their'
l fe story of a blind, deaf mute, C6mbsRonald; Harvey, Prince '' to' )ngI Staff membersunro, striving stP fl.
1 elen Kellerr>fInvolVed ltov# Williams, Clave P !ce, Gladys'i mittee.tb members"of.: They' the receive library points com unceasingly, to make! thlsj year's; omJ can:',Mrfl..1 Iarigtt S11 ?i.
vn secret world;'HeleWls' bit W I'JIT1 l rhYflocrnton, Mar, ';publication: the best. Members non;, advisor' i Isn I accompanying'
t r, violent, spqilQ tand a1)f.m.aJ. garet Sweeting, Eadron An the from one to five' accbrdlng, the! books td ;of both the school and community the journallAtsrrrWhmrtrave: : m
] until her' ''p:1fents': Hire Arty': drewfej'(}J(} btly' I Hadley, Nancy they'read'When;.classification' lot 'tell 'their are Wffed\ & 4p cc r conies via bus with" North Dade, Mla '
Sullivan, who haM.a sq; Wrpoke) Linda Hatton, Ron they of this ybn\" &ntnbloW. The Northwestern and' Carve li'High.
stories ,
are careful to'
they use price Is only. $1.00. 'Mrs. Evelyn iwM'( iiw. .1"' ,,*
blindness, to help her. aid Bell, Kathye Bruton, Caro ( ( tn i. "i )i/'L V)
and good English, state facts In sequential Mlncy'lii.Advisor.tootf\ ,- ,i r. 'JSefflonnmembers: ffJr.,.ho, t
ike : Iffy. dgn s Marene Taylor f
there Tsjjsofme1.r; order show'some
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that enthusiasm ; tum'Ttacners irf Amerlc4r,
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good In Heleri'walttngcto.: .\8WgeOmanagers for the production and give the names of StHdcht. eo n ct9Sh'bL'lila will attend tt'meetJng,I PIPl PaRi1the
} rescued! from.,, are Cynthia Smith, the author; iinislratbrluna pub ( ) teW' off'HH'YUl1 sj\ooo: 'lflJnliversRur1 of"f\
rtnd maddening J !m'Rykp.ess.l : 'Elllabeth;"'AVeWR and LuVerne Usher. Monday, Feb. .Kk ffho, Student 1'h13yr/'Jburnoy' tOohe, Jnllrnp Mi
forks: hard to Cam KJLrkJandv3: ', As the children fdchi ulre therequirednumherofpoZs B Council ejxtepdj; : gratitude to alwho''hhIp of'IMI4mif' FMday,, Atarchltrlf1on : :
nd devct the..perplexod.!mind I } their ) d ttniAkQ) Ulh1'9ppro.gram 1"r.tlrr 1 'h.t,' '..r
her chlQF|u.,r.8 rll, II3DvtUUJavthe : ? "r"\ !tl ers'' a JftP.atjSUftce Oi t1l\lqp\pe. Offf t Q'f\'nt ft t ht ,
1f "Crash'Reading" buttons. They.r:Rtrl 4y.dilllgently Dooke *m::wn1iqn High C1"s :; tray;i\'g'1 ?'c r lm
...DJ..a>zS iinthprader, to complete their requirements. classes nave for the last .eU1 JI .f 1' ; uettibI1ireSerb : '
O drama
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hart: of'lne+'Dilha? Program Planning Many children have completed lIeve-NlJ "rQQ1r" hf.\I"n : >ntl notes on
these severalb'fr"'t1iCf11"'ha'v@"rib pr"cr 'gIU'enrtbvnthe:"P9n>rgr'Aof
deaf muted''Heleft'fl: "t1JiTucker' requirements and
end: ytranlh' W1111ams:,wtltDcu;: :, QIIIler3 S Chrbd'I4 1 .I--.II. ' : yarderi t.' YarigySItrodttgf9ns'.' td11e on 1L.therafrw'wtcene' the trim; Mr. Tl JohnsonCIIM,
'otlent'Ild
tray the !''eraclewocr'tAnn1e ; : their buttons. T1l)elraXfJitQ: : '$ n lbl lt rtl; .1 1Tt 'rA,' 1v 'I:, it,9! rl( .
\ SulUvnn. .Kellet; 4 ttrt ldnts"father I.} M\i.'I\ .tl f"J r l lr: f1rlndpat annual \he'pb tt ns"'w '' J.q t'T>f dULhlo ..r.1.M1'J1ls ; : \', m"", I1ncl"\\1 r ,10 :, ,. .
will be pl yctt. l 6Y' t11 .a<< c uatM:.Qot.l l tt91 lcs Ele. 17., : \ t . BI t'H I r bf>11 $JQm f p cntwurdr rah fQr411CFS'1v'" Ile ear P.J, .
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thonyCulmer.. t \ and Pah4natsett : Mt'V i,J'I.Jrai' \ Mic j U Urmit:, ...t't p'I. RepreseiltrltivQs: \wrl ?
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.i lhlen'1 '" rfpft ,heart&L, : ., : s 'per pnollzed': ; ,,:re6qingprogram1 ; fV\t..i. \','. Mrs nr zei11.
mother, Kato, willbePatsy, Fertfuson :;"f Att: ) whtch'.ts scheduled to be- "...is'. .under.. the 4 drrcctlon -, ;: raductlo>''ip't PI esette 1sy lot ;. : N ': 'f'
';and t ottisel apace. ?>nat Itolm s oh Monday; ;June of our'librarian' arta, yh e-:r'q; p rkin'14' ; ,the"4th hour l! ,,inn ,L'J' ( leark4 I PI lh iT are
: .l7.V./Thls teyias\tultlonfree; ; '. '|>roYJth library committed, f.li/' 'r r>ttfctor Vtt ,*Cynthia Me Ip pt l nT, v .won n# ) c it
rVR: \ earsalLfor OThe' Macle ; sponged; bv the 1) a''d eCO OUr. resource cab' s ha /as Its, .\ tt MaS. y S.b. ; fl\ \\ W' 9 teat f *
Worker'( '.,' ;iaralready i ihWnro.gregSj' { htv Board bf,Public Instruc- recentjtopi Y Tmyn 1 EX-u ;: : 5th Ir t. \ tS4'9W
.says! James' \ tbl1d ph. \ { h Mr:: Howard;McMillan, pert.! The toys i gl Js mader : Wfnr. v;, r fe .,t u{ ,W ''r
>vvU4W! ; r dtrecto4 of Special Programs, In elaborate reportsIng' i topics ranR"" "urn sented'I'b r >?l pce. I' ..fMi 1'1"1 T lo I'f'lwf
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C' g itN-am Is desilmed tJr( xaisevt, h ereadln picture and dlsp a od .;., '':'' ur I n 14{ i , J ..J" ,. ,11.1111)1
Adult C ler levels, r boys and girls Inc1Ufd Stanley
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On')" MoildayMarclv'4..I,:1cla8S .other; ''area q last tsummer.proved nfng ta wVlte. the;: \ ere Aid one.nct'y' ':' ,,If r TT ,1 ''rH;; .,'71 M I
V lllJbecrln": ,at,the-Mlam ':Carver I.hht "Aa highly*' Successfulpro.: State ,DepaBnlVnt7pTAVrlcUUuVo' u;1co1"ilng.7P.1QQif.\PJl lkrlth 1'. 1 '?H:j FItT') "
: ) :Irk rijo; > tn,'upUs' tmproved.-a <'" elnsr&ipc .+ !:,'\ ,,;1 jATIII'1AND"T't
'Adult E ticatlq 'CrJte1'.j1? 400V, f r inrOtt'Ualon"'a :oC n arid\ : po ;tn )
tncoln 'Drv m th a' onut'f cjll; esx ;hreenidfptWe \ ; years 8 1rt'tdb I (] ntty, \\t. l' gSher; (f iP 'o c Vreseztxo.9:., ')b;1 r{,;7t U '. I Cf ."' ,!
rove arpa: ,In HUh SclaeoI."Re}' .read t...cl>J j v !lritnlet! I I 1 1f1g f"soil 'to havqvt ( : att ,h" tr.: l Ur':1nS 1 \ /. 1-1.... ,,IJ.' I 140 :\ narltIn. ''pl't"Rr,i1lnl.t
fresher Study (secretarial ,. :ye :.The p.- m"t1PmaJor key to'stapca AgrICalturai'epprtuiert; here d;lnSffifflfffvfJi'ife : flflveAft '" ilpml{ is" tarqqtf6r All work(guaranteed., v,
;vIew ) The: period t qftuas f fE w,Ul { nd,' tectlvef"is:thegareht 4 \ ', ); heM 1ans Tw: r.1: 303 ,N.W 2ndtAvoK,
l extend over, eight week -'and. ';3 a, .())11)mUhttysunter( t ) _;i'.(TOA :I' cIfi; fQ 3 \ttJ I".j.D lttnt ;t tUiCJDr,3 .. ,
E 11l entalVhv ) la s meeting'ser standing,and)qpf: >P6t>atl
: wfeflleglstxatlon: fee( ;*.\x111d ttttQ'un ertandina 'series ot, L.A;: man who: csiu44'terrc; fu1ot'r cts1tY :Xi nt: rp. <;: Whb I.', 'ft, "I ,') ,1/,1', .,dt

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eOQle ::1dPlrf fI'ltdf':'+ het laIsition meeting on'_ }Zondayj4areh': 4 rtn'rI
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ors\hh*. ; p'onLng 4442595: '" or.4f2 Holmes'area.attend this meeting dot, J'l'iod .'!< [ ,fioUiwr
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.-I! 'j'rt thatf/ "vod' attend 'this meeting

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MIAMI! TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Low Rent HousingTo The Gardenia\ meeting will be held at the
( home of Mrs. Ella McElmurray,
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1963 Cost $17 MillionThe Circle Club .' "14 15GO NE 152nd,St., North Miami
Beach. Mrs. Edna Smith, president
price of Miami low rent ; Mrs. Helen K. Ward,, reporter -
ACA Holds Successful SessionTemple housing project has been raised The meeting of the Gardenia of ",
from about $12-mtllion to near Club was held at the home
Baptist Church was for Mrs, A. Newbold and her ly $17-million, according to recent Mrs. Evelyn McAllister Feb. 24. . 1.
host to the 32nd ,annual -session courtesy committee and Mr. federal estimates. Business meeting was called to TV SICK?
and Mrs. Alfred Dean at whose order by the president, Mrs.
of Atlantic Coast Baptist Association Recently the Public Housing
ho'hie the delegation was royally Edna Smith. Plans were made
last week. The assemblywas entertained: Authority in Washington agreedto for, the tea that will} be given Have ft repaired on credit It
one of the most successfulin guarantee costs to $16,880,000.Of Palm Sunday. Other business you live in Liberty City or
the history of the group. The objectives of the denomination this $6,036,000 is for land acquisition was discussed by members. Brownsville. Pay weekly Fret
were given substantial and the remainder for estimate. ," ,
The welcome program Wed financial support. All officers construction and administrative' After meeting they went into DIAL 696-3581 .'
nesday, morning was interestingand were re-elected. Next year's session costs. the social hour which was enjoyed
inspiring. Choirs appearing will be held at Central by everyone. The next 2630 X.W. 02nd<< HT.:
were those of Temp! .,)-St. Baptist Church, West Hollywood The project, scattered on sites
James, Mt. Olivette and N'e w Rev. E; J. Clark, pastor bounded by NW 27th Aye and
17th Ave., and 46th and 75th
Bethel. Miss D. L. Hart tffla. Sts., will help accommodate per New Spacious, Lovely: Home
mistress of ceremony.4O"
displaced during the
sons urban -
Presiding over the sessionsof FOR SALE renewal project in thai' Central 3-BEDROOM, 2 BATH, GARAGE '
the parent body were Mod. Negro district. 3.5"
trators L. A. Thompson, I. C. 3 bedroom, 2,bath CBS cus- Open p.m. ., ,.
Mickins and H. W. Brown. tom built home, with tile 2920 N.W. 50th Street _
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Challenging by Rev.messages I. W. Hepburn were delivered -, roof, awnings, airconditionand '54 PONT. 4-door $250 1310 NW. 72nd Street :'
assistant pastor of Central fire place
Baptist Church West Holly A-l SHAPE No money Down on Your Lot
wood; Rev. J. A. Butler, who 6440 SW 57th Court C sh Paid For Lots and Homes,
substituted: for the Rev. J, H. To inspect call 5700 NW 27th Ave.
Johnson; and the, Rev., Dr. H. MO 8-5289 ''NE 5-5709 NEED CASH? Call JE 8-1340
W. Brown of Bethel, Nassau.

Alternates were the Rev, I. C.
Mickins.: Revs. H. W. Moss?, J.
L. Johnson and Joseph. Smith.

were Other cherson Revs.,ministers E. T.J. Clark.A. Rolle participating E.,Bain E.' Hut-, E. ! ( FREE 1963 TAGS ! FREE 1963 I TAGS ! I

Williams and J. A. King

The women's department, under
the leadership of President i
I. G. Pratt-Wilder, was most
Inspiring. The Queens' Contest
Sunday afternoon was a thing p 1'A
of beautv. Mrs. Florence Hep
burn of Temple) won the crown
for the second time and Mrs. 'A
.T. Barr of Central placed second. A .
Mrs. Vernell Strachan also of
Temple, won the S. A. Sampson I
Trophy for .the second ,time.

Mrs. Susie C. Holley, State
President of the Women's Con.
ventlon and vice president of

was woman's the Baptist speaker.auxiliary Convention to the, USA National , MUST SELL FOR BALANCE DUE!



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J. A. F. Finlayson, president of
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the American Catholic Church
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