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Publication Date: March 23, 1963
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Say Negroes told<1 the delegates to go beyond ing, on the doors that are still would like to see developed in The legislative committee of
the textbooks and create the closed, and keep 'on going students: the FSTAjjtesented to the asssemby''fecommenda4iots \
Unprepared For Incentive that will enable Negrq through those that are open, 1. MAKE OBJECTIVE Judge. whlchi
students to achieve. and we have to Instill the idea ntcnts bused on facts and :not ) )

Job Opportunities Mr., Russell said that too ,many into. those who are coming afterus colored by prejudices incCde! le t6lestabllsh!
Negroes are unprepared for, the he said. 2. DEAL WITH EVENTS a profssional practices commlsecommlsslon --

The Florida State Teachers increasing number of opportunities Ills generation was taught to through their,own Initiative and T TJvould be'alega
Association held 'its 73rd annual opening up to them. He be patient with the slow rate of self-direction. agency that would de- '
convention at Bayfront cited years of "undereducationby progress in civil rights and op 3. REACT TO EVENTS with )o appropriate standards .t.tf
Auditorium March 12.16t.One under-educated teachers" pa I portunities for Negroes, he said, emotions that Are appropriateto el' he teaching profefsU n, in
thousand delegates and 1,500 the prime reason for this. but young people must be kind and degree to the obJective blue Ing ethical and prhflBponpuct sionalcrult
other visiting teachers were in taught to be impatient with the situation. stj ..dards qlPr -
attendance, "It has become all too easy t and sctlon valua
rate of e a *
for us to hide, our heads in the present progress. 4. WORK PURPOSELY and
One of the
highlights of the i >f the program P] apara*
I sand, to retreat tfchind the ex at the l individual's capacity
convention was the keynote Henry Goebel president-elect nbnelqctt tec er tral ng nstltuhiueTTB -
address of Harvey Russell; vice cuse that 'we know they won't. Department of Classroom Teach. 5. ACCEPT themselves, na. ti sG
president,Pepsi-Cola Co., New hire us, so why bother," he er$ NEA, Lincoln, Nebraska, in matter what shortcomings they Or mdo was
York. \ "" said, his challenging address to the might have. side tit. re 'succeeds
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The Negro!. business, executive "We have got to keep knock teachers named six qualities he ,6. RESPECT OTHERS. Sa ,

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40TH YEAR, No. 30 MIAMI. FLORIDA SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1963 16 PAGES, _. *0'CENTS'

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I Kennedy Pays Tribute to Negro Press Miami's i Numbers Racket; ; I


.WASHINGTON, -D.C. In a clpatlon,,:. Freedom's,Promise"Is nitlpn of outstanding efforts to office'A meeung of Mayor was Robert held in King tne Barrett Miami Municipal Juqge John
said he felt( the
tribute to the Negro Press on the theme of tne press cele- advance the cause of democracy High Friday when top federal only
its 130th anniversary, President bration, which is currently ',being during the past year, Individuals and city officials gathered to way to defeat, the numbers} came
t Kennedy has declared that in observed by Negro news groups and organizations, discuss the subject, "What can was tq "take' the profit out of
spite of hardships ''Negro news papers, churches, educational' are eligible to receive the'NNPA we do about the numbers racket It by' papers have "never- stopped institutions and organizations nods, ? But !it was noted the "bank-
t working toward the goal of throughout the United States, 'The Press Week promotion is ers" are always far away from
.. equal opportunity." Many groups took note of the a, project of the NNPA's Public Present were Dan Sullivan, the scene! of operation$!
The White House message birth day of the Negro Presson Affairs Commission which Is director of the Miami Crime I It was suggested that Minix's
went to the National Newspaper last Saturday March 16.' chaired by Thomas W. Young Commission, William S. Ken- squad of five detectives We increased
Publishers Association on the president publisher, The Nor. nedy of the U. a Attorney Gen- to 16 to, cope With the
eve of the founding date of According to NNPA President Ather members of the commis- eral's office, Sgt. Jim Mini* of situation. '
Freedom's Journal, the first E. Washington Rhodes, 'publish. folk (Va.) Journal and Guide the Miami Police Department'svice 1
American Negro newspaper, "d, The Philadelphia (Pa.) Trl* slon are D. Arnett Murphy, vice squad, and Public Safety METRO SEEKS
which was launched by John B. bune at the close of the Press president. The :Afro-American Director Don Pomerlean.

Russwurm on March 16, 1827, Week observance, the publish. Newspapers, Baltimore, Md., Police Chief Walter Headley I $40 MILLION'IfOR
ers will announce selection of and Moss H Kendrix
and In salute to NNPA for itssponsorship director, was absent. .
ten, honorees who will receivethe the Moss H. Kendrix URBAN RENEWAL
Organization :
," : of the 25th obser It was said that bollta operators ,
Russwurm Award in recogSchool - Washington D. C.
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vance of National Negro Newspaper In Dade County did aJJO -
I-, Week, March 1723. million dollar a, year "busl- Metro will ask theL+ federal>
-fi.F: government this weep for
a
Said the President: \
Police Chief Walter Headley nearly 40( -10-molHon-dollajf grant'
"When John B. Russwurm
published the first Negro news () Official Urban League ness" and employed about I to help finance the urban re
,
sellers
paper'on March 16, 1827, human persons Including the nqwal of Miami's' Central Negro,
slavery: was an entrenched Institution and collectors.One District ;
Head Differ On School
In our nation. Only a IntegrationAt If Uncle Sam approves the
of.the officials said, that
roquest the funds will] be add
small band of Americans in
a dinner meeting of the the case in which the numbers operation is well ed to another 18 million dollars I ,
that period had a firm faith in 18,000 Cubans .
organized, and that the problemof
the coming of freedom. Their Intergroup Youth Council In were integrated Into the white put up Jointly by Metro and I'
the
police Is that' most of
schools in I Miami to pay for the 73 million
faith In thf 'future was Insolred the Temple Israel Community only a two-year period the counting houses where
and nurtured by the Negro Center this week, a Dade school while pointing out the nine each week's "take" is, hauled ,. dollar program. Roscoe Jones '
newspaper. official and an Urban League'xee"f4ve years !it took. ,for the 785. Ne Metro planning director said.
opposite viewson groes. for tabulation and payoff, are ,The rest of the funds will be
gays '
"Looking back at this 'out in the
period Miami's school integration. unincorporated obtained through the resale of
one must .observe that despite Paul ,Selderman. board chairman County areas.: condemned ,In the area
serious' economic hardships the Wesley W. Matthews, Associate ; of the Florida Anti-Defamation for renewal, which 11es''between '
American-Negro Press has never Superintendent, said the League, said that if the NW Fifth and 29th Sts.,- and.NW
stopped working toward the school board policy Is to Inte- Democratic and Republican National FLORIDA ELKS 7th Ave. and the Florida East
goal of'eQual opportunity. grate schools as soon as they are conventions are not held Coast Railway tracks. 1
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"There Is no more rewarding "ready" with no fanfare. And In Miami Beach, Florida's racial PLEDGE $13,000TO If the federal 'grant -
chapter In our history than the it's working well, he said discrimination would prob-- ed, the ]project win still seed the-
one In which the Negro Press ably be a major reason. He also B.-C. COLLEGEThe final approval of' the : Metro's
inspired Negro fellow citizensto James Whitehead, executive .suggested that Negroes study Slum Clearance Advisory Board,
seek better education for director of the Greater Miami the methods used successfullyby added Jones
Urban League, said, "Segregation Florida State Associationof
themselves] and their children,
to Wulld better schools, to foster Is still the rule so far as the Jews to combat discriminatory Elks held Its 39th meeting ,

their arts and to carve out the schools are concerned," adding practices.The In Winter Haven April 16-20. Negro to
Democrats a
their own economic opportunities. that about 785 Negroes are Intergroup Council is Most of the state's 41 lodges
attending integrated schools, sent representatives. Back GOP CandidateMost
and than 400 of them sponsored by the National
are
'Today, over a century later, more Among the highlights of the
we, are ,mobilizing all our resources in two schools, which are pre Council of Christians and Jews. meeting was the Oratorical Con people In ,Florida treat
'to complete the task of dominantly Negro. About 50 youngsters were present test hotly contested by seven Democratic primaries, as if they

full emancipation and to remove Whiehead also made note of participants and won by a student were final elections However '.,
the last vestige of second class at Jewett High School In the candidates who won the recent -
citizenship. In, this task,the NeRTO -' the Paravllla Heights section of primaries will.fact' RepublIean U<1
I confident! Winter Haven. opposition t.. .the general L
newspaper am : I
will ,continue to make signlfl-1-!,I Miami Tries to Salvage UGA TourneyThe The annual report of the state election on 12 Tuesday;- March 38. : M
Possibly of the IB Democrate
,' ** tion cant* and important- contrlbu1c of the order. by W.,.*O. Perry, 'candidates ''Will be easy ,

Par and Birdie Golf Club waS! also voted unanimously by state president, reflected progress winners Tuesday/ ,, but If Negro -
The Negro Press . Eman- in the fields of civil rights
E ; .".. 4I of Miami ,I* sending two of Its the City Commission at their greater contributions to education II Democrats"had it their way i
meeting last Wednesday to set 'f
,iiif members. to, .ibif' Mid-Winter .they would send Republican. 'i' "
': i an especially reduced rate on ; an increase in Florida to the r, i''
f I} 1 KILLED,1 Meeting of the United'Golfers the green fees to th,UOA as* an Elks,membership,and a greaterawareness camiidateJJyMcOlon,... +{rptsp' L (1
'Association being held in Wash. additional inducement for;themto of Florida Elksto 1' ";
t Moor of Dade Count,2I.OOf" > .
WOUNDED ington this weekend with instructions bring their tournament toM their responsibilities In their ,
IN
; registered Democrats would '
various communities."On .
h to bring the UOA mL rather be caught dead'than! to
FIGHT National Tournament to Miamiin to Miami in 1964" for the vote for '
August as originally scheduled. I The delegates will also pre Grand Lodge Annual convention Democratic.vowed.tlont.t,'candf
detailed of social at4tRavldE1dredje } -
sent a program
the of
was topic conversation
from the roof of It Is still to
: Firing awav and entertainment activities a mystery
the four
throughout day
,, his car, a Hialeah man killed Ernest Hayes, tournament director plapned for the tournament I meeting. The undivided, support Dade Negroe 'as"to hoW both
companion and wounded an- and David Marks, t1us1.ness week which runs from August of all Florida' Elks was pledgedto dally newspapers.couldendorse;
other early Sunday, police said. manager, both charter 10 'through the 23rd. The program support the Miami Elks..in Eldredge.] They claim: that the
.4 Hialeah Detective Sgt. Robert members of the Par and Birdie includes sightseeing this 1004 convention old race-baiter has ''JBaturect
r Flaherty charged Gene Worsley Club, were named as delegatesfor a moonlight cruise, a trips the making greatest: In the history of since his last term In tti, )egls..
of 2393 W. 6th Ct. with the mur the trip at a special meeting ami Beauty Contest, a "Get- the Elks lature/-But Negroes- M' .. )
der of Sherman Simmons of of the club called last Saturday, Acquainted' Dance and an panic ,leopard( .efeajtfe 'fe, tst { ,
1360 NW C9h St., who was shot night. Awards BalL Grand Exalted Ruler Ifobson J -
In the back. Reynolds and State President i7ay: McGton'r t by ,.t", more
Louis Shelter of 2183 NW 69th They will carry with them an Sir John Hotel is the proposed Perry pledged the Elks of Fla. Mlnbto candMteSi for'the of.
St.; was hit twice In the leg Vy official letter from Mayor High headquarters for the event and to raise $13,000 as their contri ice. And on", Tue4ar. Dade
Worsley,.police reported( and the Miami City Commission owner Sam Rabin is cooperating bution to Bethune-Cookman County's Negro, Democrats will
Worsley said he shot at the reaffirming the availability of with the Miami host club, College in Daytona Beach. Presentations cross the,party,line An Group 1 t
two man ,while they were at- both municipal courses, LeJeuneand to be made at the and pass over Davlfc.''J:1cIreCI..
tacking him with bottles outside Miami Springs, for this Par and Birdie to assure the success August Grand Lodge Convention the Ross Barnett,' .J'1orIdL."..

Harris' Bar 2393 W. 6th'Ct. great national sports event. It of the tournament .in..Boston. ,!fJGJJIv Itt \9n.l,0.. .,. ; .,; \' aqf .,



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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA.
IZetas Choose "Woman of Year"L
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1963


ACCIDE\"TAL Zetas observed the culminating
activity of Finer Womanhood

Week by assembling at
Confesses
I Suspect Range's Chapel to pay tributeto
their! "-Woman of The Year" .- r
and the three members who

Service Station KillingA have the contributed sorority's total most program.greatlyto


The theme for Finer Womanhood
murder suspect broke down to the crime.
Sunday and confessed to killinga He led Clark and Metro Detective set forth by Grand Basi-
fuel tank driver Wednesday Don Delongchamps to his lens Deborah P. Wolfe The
night during an attempted robbery home at 122 Frow Ave.. Coconut Challenge of Africa's Morals to ..
Grove and showed them wherehe ,
detectives reported. | America's Standards. was ( y kx
had burled the gun. treated in deed and word thru-
Eugene Parks confessed: after Parks said he accidentallyshot the week.M. .
Coral Gables Detective Harcourt Harold Floyd Sanford, 27, out
Clark found out the 32 year-ld while the two men wrestled Athalie Range who was the
Negro had purchased a 22 caliber I briefly, he told police. local chapter's; First Woman of
revolver the day before the Sanford of 8431 SW 27th Ter., The Year, spoke for the groupon
shooting. Parks who had denied was killed in a service stationat the occasion. Mrs.. Range was
owning a gun, then confessed ,, 139 S. Highway eloquent and dynamic in her de-
velopment of the theme. The
recipient of the Woman of The
fear award was Mrs. Mayme E.
Fashion Show in
RhapsodyAt Williams, outstanding in all
I areas of human relations. Recip
lent of the Most Outstanding
Miami Ncrthwestern.iMJaml : Zetas honor was presented to
Mr. Marian' Shannon; who.'
Northwestern's High. 1''Stouts, Fashions: for'' Matronsand with energetic and experiencedleaderShlPk
School Auditorium wIt be" tIle Fashions Average'Sizes. has, as Boule chair
scenes, of: "FashionsIn- Rhapsody Male models' will cover a variety plans for the National ,
," Saturday, March 23 at of occasions.In Meeting to be held in Miami v tr"1F r 3 rrr
8 p.m. A bevy of models will during July, 19C3. Zetas hon.
feature colorful, attractive fashIons addition to these fine fash ored with certificates for great
ions, there will be music and .
for all occasions. Headingthe contributions to Zeta's total program "
list of models will be popular dancing by "The Elkettes," and were Mrs. Juanita Plnck- f "' a : .
vivacious Vivian White. Modem Dance Group of Northwestern ney, basileus; Mrs. Lois Forbes t Wkw it 1
.::111- High School, and and Mrs. Inez C. Foster t1 I
,. Cherry Mills Boyer, "Fashionsin
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Come out and enjoy the : program included Mr. Arthur | Local Zeta with Woman of field Roth Polite Hannah Edwards .
<" ,,,, ; .. i'Jt!. gram; an interesting fare pro-is Evans and the Senior Sextet of The Year. Left to right sitting: Rosa Fortson Marian
#' '. planned. Miami Northwestern Senior Mesdames Inez Foster, Juan. Dean, Lydia Higgs and Bernice
t ,. ltd Plnckney, Woman of the Johnson.
.-r 6-t.r't Benefits from this program Year Mrs. Mayme Williams,
'x\ r, will support the Alpha Scholar- Evelyn Williams, and Ruby Du- Local Zetas are honored for
t;. rf ship Fund. The donation is $1. ren. contributing to local chapter
-beyond the call of dut "." Mrs-
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; Standing: Mesdames Elizabeth dames Lois Forbes lain C. Foster
Murray Honored Mcintosh, Ellen Vlckers.Tx and Jnanita Pinckney, basi
I' >U Forberw, Vernrka Dames, lens! receive certificates from

/ LINCOLN UNIV.., Pa.-Sylvester Doris Langhlin, :Mary Bloom., Soror Ellen '''ldt 1'L
!r Murray, Miami, was one
2F of the sixteen scholars who
f earned the honor and the special Powell Not Biggest
privileges of citation to the b yv rl. I
Dean's List at Lincoln Univer-
;; sity for maintaining a scholastic Spender After AllA
: average of 1.65 or better during -
/ Ii' the first semester of the report from Washington
Tamara
l./ Wall and Corinne Huff
;t 19G2-C3 academic year. D.C., this week tells that Rep. -spent $1,653 and $1,775 re
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-.a" With 1 the highest grade given Adam Clayton Powell was not spectively.Former.
."' 1.65 is equivalent to 86.5 ona the top spender among his traveling Rep. Carroll Kearns
-1: scale of 100, according to Dr. colleagues as he has been of Pennsylvania, ranking Republican -
L. D. Johnson, dean of the publicised to be. on Powell's Education
F I college. Mr. Murray, a seniorat Powell sepnt 35 days abroad Committee, reported expense of
Lincoln, had a 1.6$ average. and visited five countries. He more than $2,000.
I spent the equivalent of $1,543.50. The reports were publishedIn
Two women committee staff the Congressional Record by

:; Knights of Pythias ..-: Ii IiI members, who went along the mittee.House Administration Com


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Pythian Calanthean Anniversary I WOMAN OP YEAR Try A Miami Times Clarified) Ad
Thanksgiving Service will
be held Sunday, March 24 at High School, Miss Barbara Howell ..
t 1 Salter's Chapel AME Church, and Raphu Williams in vocal TV SERVICE
f "xta We renditions. Three students HOME CALLS $2.50
., __ r Rev. H. J. Benson pastor. from
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are asking the entire Pythian Miami Northwestern's Band
VIVIAN WHITE Family to be present. The public gave a musical selection. We do not give free estimates. Honest estimates require
Miss White will model the Is invited. Rev. E. J. Shep-- 'work. Our prices are cheaper than others doing comparable
new Spring creations of the Members of the planning committee
pard Sr., of Rose Sharon LodgeNo.
Rood work. We repair, sell and exchange TVs HI Fl's
renowned designer Mary Wil 22 will be the speaker. were Mrs. Bernice Johnson radios -
liams. Other well-known models I Mrs. Evelyn Williams, Mrs. and fitt'rt"OR.11 our work guaranteed. Free delivery. Know
will feature Fashions for the Rose of Sharon Lodge Sir Inez Foster, Mrs. Marian Dean, jour TV man and save money.JOSEPH .
Career Woman. Fashions for Henry Smith, chancellor, will Mrs' Lois Forbes and Mrs. Hannah .
Petltes Fashions for Tall meet Saturday. March 23. Edwards. Mrs. Ruby Duren SCOTT
Rose of Sharon Court. Mrs. was chairman of Finer Womanhood AUTHORIZED FACTORY
Malissla Harris, counselor will Week Activities and Mrs. TV REPAIR & SALES
meet Monday March 28. Juanita Pinckney is presidentof
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Sir Don A. Belle, reporter the local Zeta chapter. PL 1-8381

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SATURDAY MARCH 23, 1963 PACE,. 3 11

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+ 4+ r r ,1 7l Negro Colleges to Seek -,: < "t'i"'". 1
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Changes in Identity" ,4.1,

4 ; .a' 1 bN JACKSONVILLE P- Immediately si; .tutlon;; and it wilt also be effected "

following his election to I' by student enrpllment on 111':
a. serve In a high educational ca- a non-racial basis, a< well as
a pacity', one of Florida's leading employing of faculties!l solely on
t .3 educators made It known that the criteria of qualifications" f
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f Negro colleges will "seek delib- Dr. Rombort declared.
riWt 1 s .,,. erate change: of Identity In orderto
1 ; become assimilated Into the Already recognized but not
r Pa r t new educational structure pres- mentioned by President Rem-

i: ent society has prescribed. bert is the fact that Gibbs 'Junior ('

Making the statement was College has i already Initiated '
President John W. Rembert of notion to change the Image of ,
Gibbs Junior College followinghis Glhlv Junior College as a NegrO' .
ttt4V y 4 election to serve as presi- institution. It integrated both
4 dent of the Florida Council of student body and faculty during: t '
Institutions of Higher: LearningThe the fall term of 1061-62 and now '
organization Is composed of has seven white Instructors. ,"
19 junior and senior Florida
colleges, and private President Rembert assumes
having allegro or predomi the. presidency of the educational \
nantly Negro students and fac organization from Dr. W. M I. F
ulties. n. Stewart president of Edward
Waters College He will serve
i1. .j):' :::'" .:.. =tL &'A8ti j'' newsmen that quality will be thune Cookman College president
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Miamians Applaud 1963 JabberwockSeveral the tool to gain the new Image. ; and J. R E Lee, vice president '
"The new Image of the Negro of Florida A and M Uni
- college: will result from the upgrading versity, who were elected vice-
hundred Mlnmlans applauded er; Miss Princess Jabberwock, Scenes from the 1003
of curriculum and raisIng president and secretary, respect
vigorously the thrilling Mildred ]Jog,; and Little Miss work are pictured ) Jabber-I of standards within the in- I tively.
performance given, by featured Jabbcrwock, Desiree Jackson. left: Conchita Clark !
soloist Conchita Clark and member; of the Jabberwockcourt Ii
top
Following, the crowning, the ; bottom left: Hal Frazier .
Miami entertainers, the Reuben queens and members of the captivates the court and the audience -
Mitchell! Trio, Wally Futch, the court were given awards and to with n Bclafonte tune; top V BC
Hal Frazier Trio the Richard kens from the Deltas by Miss\ right, the Reuben Mitchell Trio
Strachan Combo, Sam Early and launch the evening, with a scin-
the Earlj birds, Ricky Thomas Octeon Cumberbaten. Other minting instrumental rendition
and the Notables, and recording members of the court were belts out a "hot" tune accompanied AUTO RADIATOR SERVICE
nrtlita/ Bam and Dave and Little Diane Reed, Anna Stevenson, by the Reuben Mitchell Trio
Willie John. Patricia Jennings, Barbara and bottom right Wally Futchphotos
I by Johnson of Miami. '1 Hour Service Credit Available
Mrs. Gloria Draynon Robin- Holmes, Beverly) Hadley, and ;
son, M C. for the evening, Sheila Drown. WHILE YOU WAIT 1

charmingly an imaginary took airplane the audienceon flightto The heralds and honor guards "Sing a Song"A Come in for free checkup ;

Radio City. On board the were Louis Bland, Anthony 8. POINT SYSTEM I I
plane, IIIhe introduced the "pilot" Armbrlster, David Dobbs and "Slng-A-Song" program Remove Radiator From Rack Flush Engine Block
Mrs. Dorothy Maxwell, president lien Reeves. Car Check wnter, pump &: hose
of the Maml' Alumnae will 1held every Monday evening Glenn and. Rod Radiators Test Radiator for Leaks
Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta The queens and their court from 8 to 0 p.m. at Mark- Test Thermostat! and and Repair, I
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wishes for an entertaining a full evening of entertaining "Slng-A-Song" is sponsored by Woik Guaranteed t
trip. music which ranged from the James E. Scott Community COMPLETE STOCK OF REBUILT RADIATORS I
modern jazz to rock ,'n' roll. Association and is under the direction
Upon "arrival" nt Radio City, of, Miss Ida Solomon.The OPEN 1 A.M. TO :3 )t.1I.ION.! THRU BAT.
the audience witnessed the Cochairman of the Jabber next, session will be held 6200 N.W. 27th Ave. Dial OX 1-2221
beautiful coronation of the, JfMi3 wock, Alice Plttman and Mrc. March 24. Everyone Is invitedto
Jabberwock queens Miss Jab Betty Smiley, extend thanks to "Slng-A-Song."
berwock, Erica Williams; Junior all who supported the Deltas I
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1962 J EARL CARROLL I ..
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SAYS THANKSI A 10-year-old: boy drowned Richmond Heights 4 ;

wish to thanK the voters ol f. last Friday in a canal,. near his The Simpson, with friends youngster in:a canaL was'playing '
: .r ; Dade County for supporting me home. I Thp' ;other' boys! said they tried
I, .! In. the recent ;election. The victim was Joseph Simpson to 'rescue him, and failing wait. w
'I 2am quite sure had I not re- ,son of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas'I I ed 00 minutes before they found
, ,! i delved: "your support; and votes Simpson ,of 14560 Jackson ,St., ..courage to\ report, the drowning
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' I, ,. A Miami i Times Classified Ad
:YE EDITOR'S S NOTEBOOK,{ /, elections* Try,
,, .: Iam asking that you continueto .
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; c/ujjan problem iajni has ,been.J. I one. Df: the 'cast, your,'votes in every ,election Painless Office Treatment of r ,n II
.::9h, The ,refugee :? l iR j } : :and :to those of you who
most ,important, ,issues for ,discussion during 'the p6st "month3fawspapefrcetevislon '.", have' not, had time' to register$ LOST; PILES": '.' '
( radio ,haVe' 'all, :given :wide, publlYt! :;ip)I please register beginning April RUPTURE .
,
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". : 'J, 1863 'when the books will lie )
this matter. "i'- re-opened for unregistered vot Rectal Diseases, Varlcosb Veins, Prostate - ':
t, "CftngTessmefi; Dante FasSell and Claude Pepprand ., -No lost ,tlme-Dhcard| Truss
:Mayor Robert JCing,iigh .have: ,goneall.out: In;not,only discussing ers.I want' :you to always:keep an Upon Correction of ,Rupture. a ..
ttheissue, but'In seeking some solution to the refugee problem. i, honest, capable and qualified nil. LONG'S CLINIC, mm_ *' i a j* :'
when '
in mind select.
individual
t : I intesUgatlbn field .. FR 3-2T46.,. A 'general health ,
if OfJ"mu importance i is; .tfieYCopgresslonal rig someone to represent you. 1535, s.w. 1st St service
'on' March 14, 15 following which suggestions or recommendations. J. 'Please remember Earl J. Car
have' been made to the' Federal government. To this 'end we roll. "

:should soon be hearing of some action by the, authorities to re.

':: 'duce refugees.unemployment and perhaps to relocate more of our Cuban' 12 Make BethuneCookman Honor Roll- Easter Sunday April 14 "I,,


The Florida Congressional delegation (12 of them) has asked : -
in, the Florida'E'ast Coast Railway Among': students making the .
: to intervene
President\ Ifennedy '
Honor Roll at Bethune-Cook-
strike that has been going on for the past eight weeks, man College, Daytona Beach, for, 'I
They would like the president to appoint immediately a per tile fall semester were the fol. GLAMOROUS!
and the conflicting parties together lowIng 12 from Dade County.
sonal representative to try bring Miami had Eunice Johnson,
and end the strike Jetty Gardiner, Maxine Randall,
Representative' Claude. Pepper said "this is a last resort. measure Claudia. Jones, Mary Gholston, .Q EXCITEMENT!
." elestine Garrett, Cynthia
Young, Anna Dean, Doretha
"All have about the inconvenience and
of us grave concern I PoWer and Willie M. Stevenson.
loss our people are sustaining." From Goulds were Minnie D. ;v' CONFIDENCE!
Rep. Dante Fascell said he made a personal appeal to the I Washington and Queenie Zeig- J t

White House earlier In the week but has received no.response. I,ler. : 'I

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The City Commission has passed a resolution asking our 4 Miamians on
STILL TIME FOR YOU TO HAVE YOUR
Metro government to cooperate in studying, a, way to unify all :
NEW HIGH FASHION WIG FOR THE EASTER
county water and' sewer facilities The plan ,suggested by ,Commissioner ., FNIC Honor RollThe y
Sidney Aronovitz would make use of existing Miami PARADE
Office of Public Relationsof PUT IT ON LAYAWAY NOW!
waterand sewer facilities as a nucleus for the venture: .. .
Florida Normal and Industrial
Following Mayor Robert King High's suggestion the City Memorial College, St. Aug
Manager's office was instructed to investigate the possibility ustine, has named the following Coconut Grove Wig Salon
Miami students its
Honor
of combining city and county collection of t taxes. Roll for the fall semester on : I IJ. I 3214' Grand Avenue
Commissioner Alice that the Manager ,
Wainwright suggested City Geraldine Ferguson, Patricia
look Into ways of combining city and county license issuing sImpkins, Tinye L Felton, and Coconut Grove 445.6122a
agencies. Annie D. McGahee.

54th Street Wig Center

Jack Gordon, a member of Dade 'County School Board'" at a Wonderful. opportunity for
meeting on Wednesday,' stood up for therights of teachers' and right person 1079 N.W. 54th Street

personnel officials and asked the board to direct SuperintendentJoe Restaurant fully equipped. Miami 7511318Maggie's
Hall to draft such a policy for consideration. ready to go, established

Gordon's' action.'came as a result of a ''recorded Interview of for many years, reasonable. Beauty Salon
charges against a, teacher who was under 'investigation: on a 745 NW 62nd St.

I morals charge :being taped by assistant principal for personnelJack Call UN 6-8757 1420 NW 3rd Avenue
Prance and school security officer, Jack Tyler without the
knowledge of the person concerned. Miami 373-9505

Superintendent Hall said he never approved tape recording Foreclosed Special .... ---
conversations without the, knowledge of the persons concerned.The 3-bedroom bargain 1 .LIIJ I

Open Just Sun.like 4-6 new p.m. M' S

annual South Florida Science Fair sponsored by the Call builder JE 1.5973 Iii FOR SALE 1 j
Miami Herald, the University of Miami and the Dade County $13,900
School Board opened at Dinner Key on Thursday and will closeon -

,, Saturday at7, p.m. with an award ceremony 2262 NW 63rd St. 1037 NW 77th Street !

\ These exhibitions are'' always very interesting and well at. I
tended. Do not miss seeing them If you can. CBS 2 bedroom, 2 bath, Florida room. Like new. v>
Repossession Bargain Beautiful yard, FHA term. Total price 12500. Total S
down payment $400. NO CLOSING COSTS. $77.60 X
National Negro Newspaper Week
i 5 months old S monthly payment. ?
This is National Negro Newspaper Week. Annually we recognize r
Open Sunday ----- .
Newspaper Week. We also remind our readers that it was
John Russwurm! a free Negro who published the first Negro 2110 N.W. 152nd St. 1079 NW 77th Street, ;
Newspaper "Freedom's Journal" In the city of New York. As CBS 2 bedroom
3 bedrooms I S 1 bafch, newly painted. FHA terms s;
sociated with Mr. Jlusswurm.. was the Rev. Samuel Cornish, also hardwood floors., Fla rooms, Total price $10'000Only $300 down. NO CLOSINGCOSTS J
of New York. r Monthly payment $69.37. Don't miss this J
These twb pioneers'dedicated themselves to the cause'of their I JE 1.6902 one!II I!
oppressed broth rs.,In the South and the advancement' of Negroes. Q s
who' escaped to the North. I
1281 NW
That was in 1827, one hundred thirty-six years ago. 53rd Street
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Historians tell that Mr. Russwurm's newspaper career was 2 bedroom, 1 bath, front Florida room. Fully furnish- &
brief, as he was captured by the Colonization Society and sent VtGi&N'sqFma. ed. Full price $10,000 Low down payment for quick S

\1 1 Sack to Africa. His newspaper closed 'down, but other editors : \ sale. Owner must leave. Top terms, no qualifying. *,

i sprang up and,began' publishing newspapers to light the pathway ; .

( of freedom. s. S 2952 NW 69th Terrace ;
Today we have more than 200 Negro publications in the CBS
. I United States with total ,circulation of over two million copies 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Florida room. Like new
- . read by more than nine million members of the race. throughout home.! Patio in rear. FHA term. Custom built Z,
Full price $15,000. real {
$86.48 A
I These newspapers employ thousands of workers in the WNIM i luxury house monthly. :
" United States, and thousands of jobs have been opened. to the '
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if Negro by the Incessant fighting of the Negro Press. .
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Printing equipment and buildings owned by Negro newspapers 4112 NW 18th Avenue

h' is estimated at 16 million dollars. CBS .two story, 4 bedroom furnished
2 bath, fully $
Jn spite af various advertising media over the nation to com S. This is the place for two fa\nilliea. Full price $15,000. S
pete with, the Negro newspaper still remains the most popularand Easy You
for the '
iSAKiUT11 right person. \
effective medium for reaching the Negro public. \ must I Z

>; Negro newspapers appeal to, Negroes in a peculiar way that \
','" no', other advertising' media can. MANY MORE TO PICK FROM ;
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,":-,, Vote Next Tuesday Ii Universal Real Estate

| Tuesday, March 26 will ,be the last.time we will go to the I
k";; S ,. ,' polls) as far as the reapportioned state legislature is concerned. Less than 3t a day f S., 3109 N.W. 17th AVENUE
/ j Since Florida has become a real two-party state, we must S

" keep up our interest and vote for those we supported and ,who Tropical Pharmacy i NE '
(\ will| now meet their Republican contestants. Prescriptions Accurately Filled 5-1274
f,,: ':' It's the Democrats vs..,the Republicans: on Tuesday. Be sure ; 3205 Grand! Ave. HI 4-0640 Il

'r to >,cast- w..:-.*your" vote- I COCONUT GROVE OPEN SUNDAY .

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New Northwest YWCA
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; .1': .AirSerles'," ;.r i ? .,'f. ,,h' r '. ) 'of't national' minta nedare'! : '''y't1ie' i irodudt f J

i Lists i Coming EventsIt's Sunday, March 31' thd{'18th J,annual .! 'g:rc .ilrrillscsioner'; with o W.err ,It.-to, rafleit politica'1'I maci1u! s s4iid '
r2 po111Lloit: i
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enf<> < linjform'ru06;wadcalled are. by : -
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a "Homemaker's: Holiday" Tons! There. will be skating' on TSnlscopal' ) .SfQrfes. p duce<1, for this week by a form. tees "without regard to a man's
at the hew Northwest YWCA 1 our' outdoor skating area, games by the, Parish of ,the Air of the er professional mlcldlewlght. qualifications In boxing.."

Center, 5100 NW 21st Ave. This of badminton, volleyball and Episcopal' Radlo.TV \1ntlatlun'l.. Roger Dono hue.vvho) quit, .
fee for this exciting goes on the air on the ring after a Moll.bout' with Boxing deaths are "needless : .
program, beginning Tuesday, I I otfeersj The wide radio stations Speaker Isi: George Flores In 1901, said In a and stupid' he said in the Post 1
April 16 and continuing for four preteen"program is" $0.00 plus .
the Rt. Rev. Henry 'I., Louttlt, fiituWay Evening Post story article, and "when at ttoxer'dies, "-4
Tuesdays is lust the 'answerto YWCA membership. For further Dlshop of South:1 .
a housewife prayer! A care- call 631-2651. is by the famous choir of S.t.., under
information intellgerttwcgupervisioB.( < free morning out -- away from Darth lomew's Church; N 6" :W Present.'boxing I
: he warned
c6mMssions, the authorities.! ,
chores! Begin,the.morrilng with York, under the direction. of tr!

with BHmnastics refreshing at 0:30: shower and .follow.and a ,BEGINNERS'. BRIDGE r Jack Ossewaarde. ', e -:1' ,' .. t' .
a
interested The Parish of the Air: waseZup t )' MIAMI :" --
midmorning coffee break. Men and women who are ;within-"'the framework pf FINEST SELECTION IN -

.: Learn new skills while 'In learning the Goren the Episcopal Radio-TV, 'Fb'undation ,- .1. : .
I, ing the fellowship of over Method of playing bridge,. will to provide! a mean; '.for LOVELY f. .OPE'N t'
housewives. Bring your preschool -want to join this class. It will I interested' Episcopalians'' tg.participate : HOMES -
children. Care will be meet on Saturdays at 2 p.m. beginning 'In the mission" of the .
Church via radio and television.All .
provided for tots who are toilet- April 6th at the YWCA
;', trained at 25 cents per child per Center: Membership is required Episcopalians are Invitedto LOW LOW DOWN PAYMENTS ';
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session. The fee for the "Home- of all participants plus an Join the Parish of the Air.
EZ TERMS LESS THAN RENT
I maker's Holiday" is $8.00 plus $8.00 fee for a eight classes. For Membership contributions are ..1'o
'/ YWCA membership. For your further information call 634-2G51 from $10 up and will be used a __ _____ _
" protection, a statement frqm towards the expense:: nf nrorltir- 1467 NW 53rd Street "
your physician, permitting your i ing and distributing the Epis
participation is desired. Call FISHING CLUB copal Series and the One Reach Gorgeous CBS, 2 bedrooms each side. ,Duplex. ."Live. I
your Northwest YWCA Center One television Series now in rent free."' $800 down.. No closing costs.' ,
for further information 634-2651., Boys, girls 8-12 'may sign up production. . .
for a,Fishing Club at the North Further information: and free --
west YWCA Center. There will copies of Bishop Louttlt's series 1000 'NW 75th Street ,
GO DAY-CAMPING with the be instruction in casting, etc, now In production. _
YWCA! There will be 'five two-; and fishing trips to nearby Further Information and free t Huge corner houete, 2 baths and huge Fla. room.,
week sessions ((9 a.m. 4 p.m.) places. Requirements are YWCA copies of Bishop Louttlt's ser Newly decorated.. $13,000 total. $400 down, $80 per
beginning June 17. Girls and Membership, plus 25 cents per mons are available from ,the month. Partly furnished. Stove and refrigerator.
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boys, aged 6-14 years can parti meeting. Parish of the Air, the Episcopal
cipate at $15 per period..For further --o-
I. information and application 773 NW 78th Street '
forms call 534-2651. Teenagers .
I ;' wishing leadership experience No qualifying, on, this gorgeous, fully furnished like t-
in a day camp situation, new duplex. Two bedrooms. Live rent free. ....:.. '

, sign up now at the YW' Center, ', ," 0 . \'
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1 TINY TEEN TIME bedroom.i !::CBS porch, carporte, inside I is like new T

y, I "' $12,800 tot aJr. ,$400 down, huge rooms., completely. ;.
All Junior Misses,' 8-12 years redecorated. " '
#' old are invited to take part in I Ej SAYS '
\, "Tiny Teen Time" on' four Sat. ,','
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\\'I urdays, 9. a.m. 12 beginning : 7545,NW 14th Avenue '., ',
April 6. Little girls will try their
hands: at basic cooking, sewing, M 3 bedroom CBS'beauty, hardlwood floors,.'tile' roof.

't making pot holders, even ape iII I I THANK YOU No closing costs-o-..,:$695 down. Mve right in. .. ;t: ;'


"; Mass Rally atLongshoreman's 1720 NW 51at Terrace .

" with to take this opportunity to thank the 9,000 5, bedrooms, 2 baths, no qualifying. $595 down and

Hall voters of Ddde County for the confidence they expressed move in. A-l shape. '

This Sunday a mass rally in me during the recent primary. A special
C. Gaylord Rolle'will '
sponsored by
be held at 3:30: p.m. at the vote of thanks goes to my many friends, supportersand .
REW'STY :
2nd Longshoremen's Ave. The tpolc Hall for, 816 discus-NW behalf.campaign workers who put forth their effort in tip':':, !

2nd Ave. The topic for discus my

situation here in Miami. (Bob ShevinPd. '(The Broker That Works For You)i I"t
Invited speakers are the Rev.
Theodore Gibson, L. L. Brooks, 4600 NW 7th Avenue PL 4-0655
Cecil G. Rolle,' Rep.' Claude Pol. :Adv.
Pepper, Rep. Dante Fascell, I (Open Sunday) J
Davis Lee, Telegram Publisherand
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Geo. Hollorhan Jr.. Sen. Cliff
Harrell, Rep. Carey Mathews,
Rep. Earl Faircloth and Mayor APPLIANCE SALESMEN
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NEW BETHEL BAPTIST I

1571 NW 68th Terrace
Rev. Ernest WIlliams, pastor NOWAVAILADLE
Deacon Fred) Williams. reporter tr .
Last Sunday morning and .JoBs "
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night the pastor delivered two -- FOR "
wonderful sermons that was en-
Joyed by all. The music this


No.Sunday will the three 1 be choir.organ.a will battle chors.Sunday be of rendered Sis.songs I.night Fergusonat betweenthe by there the Selling :_ Appliances, TV, and Stereo


There will be a sale at the
church Saturday Sis. Christinein .

charge.Don't forget. to visit the sick .b


and the Be shut-ins.Sure . GOOD/YEAR LARGEST RETAILER: FOR _


your child studies piano .
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ed teacher TRANSPORTATION NOT NECESSARY; BUT. HELPFUL .

Fine ArbConservatory

JOB OPENINGS AVAILABLE,'THROUGHOUT'G'REA'TER' MIAMI ,,

615 N.W. 60th St. . EXCELLENT PAY SCALE .

Saturday (757.1351) ,
FULL OR PART TIME SALESPEOPLE NEEDED

FOR SALE
INTERVIEWS 9 A.M. 6 P.M. .
GORGEOUS Almost new triplex.
Can be used as a duplex with 1 Monday Tuesday Wednesday, March 25th 27th
apartment having 3 bedroomsand
2 baths and the other 2 bed- J"
rooms and 1 bath. Right across GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES
from Manor Park. Must be seen
to be appreciated $1.500 down. NORTH SOUTH .
Life Realty. 4932 NW 7th Ave. WEST I' Mr. :.'
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Mr. Mr. Joe Mason Frank
PL 04371.LOVELY Larry Mr. Erf Kemp -.
dough
I Groover
3 bedroom'' CBS on 8600 N.W. 27th Are. 16355 N.W. 27th Are.
nicest street in Manor Park. Has 6037 N.W. 7th Aye. 5814 S. DixU. ',
front porch. Florida room, car- PL 1-8519 OX 64)411 NA 4-2627 MO 6888EAST .. .
port, tile roof, appllancss. $400
down and $82 mon h/Life( Realty
4932 NW 7th AvcsL 94371.

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EVE R CLOSED ..... Prices Good thru March 23rd, Weller's AG Store Only!y i

ru&ia.:'I I T:,., . KEYS. .' .. MONEY n'.. -.. '. ORDERS,-.. ... LIGHT. BILLS NOTARY..... PUBLIC

;,if Sirloin Steak Ib 590 Chuck Steak Ib 49

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I Chitterlings Its $1.19Pig Sausage lb 591!

[:: Feet Ib 150i
, -Bone Steak Ib 79
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:i i Pecans 89 2 LBS. ROUND STEAK lb 69C :. Gallon/

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.' WHITE Giant TIDE Manor House
t FL!, Potatoes ;b= 39 494 Ice Milk 391
I II -WITH$5.00 ORDER OR MORE
,': Yams lb V ELECTRIC (With $,saoOrder) ,
; farm HouseApple
I.i Can
Opener
.!i Florida 2 Pound Pock $5.98 Peach
'! Carrots 15PeasONTE
II, 2 2390 r.I 23* PIES 25C

I We Cost Payroll/ Checks r* Cold Beer AtJUl Times "<\i*. Open. 24 Hours DAILY I
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J: Salad Dressing ., 390 Kralfs Mustard lOci:
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i 300 HUNT'S STEWED J. 20 POUNDS .,.
P' TomatoesCATSUP ._ .., 290 Charcoal 98
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Barbecue Sauce 29cjj Rotex -. 39

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',': THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Rummage SaleThe -::::

Secretaries I Homes for Sa'Ie
MARCH 23 1963 Gold Coast
i :.,\PAGES SATURDAY, consisting of a group of local
\, secretaries formed several years No qualifying or closing costs no red tape
.. ago for the purpose of raising
J Urban League Official Resigns funds for charity, is sponsornga See '
,., rummage sale in order to
The resignation of Harry A. employment- secretary !-ortne raise the necessary funds for a '
NW 41st Street
1899
Wheatley, job development and Miami, Branch of the Urtfen new charity project. March off oe' 'r
This sale will be held
LeagUe, was announced Thurs. 30 at 14CO NW 3rd Ave. Large lovely rome on Three lots
day morning by the 'executive Your patronage will be apprec Many, many extrasor
Personal Mention director''' James Whitehead fated I

; Nathaniel Vaughns, one of the I Mr. 'Wheatley Is leaving his see
the Downtown
of
Barber proprietors Shop flew to Puerto I position. after five years in Mi Fine ArtsConservatory 1101 NW 40th Street
,: Rico Wednesday to do some ami, to become program directorfor
,'.. work for Nat King Cole who is education and youth incentives 3 bedroom corner, completely furnished and
I ...." there on one of his tours. Last with the Los Angeles Urban I 615 N.W. 60th St. Remember, no qualifying no red tape
Cole called Vaughns toCutfa
year League office. His I
resignation
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to give him the works. Saturdays
becomes effective April 5, (757.1351)r

... Federal Mortgage Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Clark
and four children left the city Special Introductory' Offer
Sunday after afternoon spending for three Tallahassee days 5709 N.W. 2nd Ave. PL 4.2605

with Mr. Clark's parents Mr. COMPLETE COURSE IN MEMBER: CHAMBER: OF COMMERCE:
and Mrs. Robert Clark Sr., of
529 NW 11th St. Mr. Clark is an Modern Cash -- I

architectural Florida A and M Consultants University, and at .., '"'" ""- .., ":; ":; ., ,,,",,,,- ........
his wife tho former Francis

Southerland Va. is a teacher of Fredtcksburg in the Leon, Register OperationNOW
LIB-CITY
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County school system. ONLY $20 ,


Woman's Day Sun.at' .
FOR LIMITED TIME DRIVE IN THEATRE


New Providence ProvidenceNew Missionary BUSINESS TRAINING OX 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.

Baptist Church, 7GO NW 53rd
St. will hold its third annual
Woman's Day, March 24. NOW SHOWING
SCHOOL
The morning speaker will be .
Mrs. Beatrice Waldron of Roan-

oke Missionary Baptist Church, .. . .M.In..n-lu MI Every boy needs a'mother'

West Palm Beach. 801 N.W.19th St. PL 7.3651 *.NNN..1..MNb1GMr +r'' ..even/ if Dad has to marry her?
The sneaker for the eveningwill
We Mrs. Gloria Robinson. Cou1k I IOfEe
CORNER NJW. 8th
( AVE.
Everyone Is Invited to attend. )
'Mrs. Maybelle Anderson is "'
chairman of Woman's Day; Mrs. I
Emma Clemmons, co-chairman, H 5.
Rev C. J. Burney, pastor. :
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(CdLOR 5. 2) '; sGlenn FORD
Class Leaders Day H'MPTON Shirley JONES

CLUB ;STELM STEVENS DlNA SHERWOOD RONNY HOWARD
At ,Bethel SundaySunday -.. MERRllLMJOKRW .

H OUSE
is Class Leaders Dayat -PLUS -
Greater Bethel AME Church. PRESENTS ..
.We are calling all the members
to come out and sit with their
I Leader and the other members
4 I of' the class. It is soul refresh :, r :
1' ing to renew acquaintances and
:, friendships. We appeal to every
member to come and make
your Class Leader's heart re g\; : !
joice. Make your class the very

best.We are calling all membersto R," .n ryw w ,
Bethel,Sunday.. If we do not
.. see you we,will,be disappointed. rrv ylr


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:;Library

'1 Boys and girls'attending story NEXT ATTRACTION
hour at the Dixie'' Park Branch
i j I ':of the Miami Public Library on EVERYBODY'S CHOICE z
:Thursday, March 28 will enjoya
:'k ". a rare treat. At this time Mrs. FOR A GREAT BIG a
\ : May H. Edmonds, coordinatorof L
work with Children and WONDERFUL TIMEI
': Young People for the library
\.system, will serve as guest
: :i storyteller.. N6i :
"-, Mts. Edmonds: an eminent :.. .: >
i librarian 'and skillful ,storyteller
(;i. !,''.. natlonaly known for,'her:work.vIlh ?

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The, program will be held In'l
,1. .}_ story hour room of the Duee ,
the'Park Branch at 4 p.m. The
,is located at 350 NW Saturday March 22
J' "'. '1 13th St.Advice. and 23
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Is not disliked because
11.;. t Is advice; but because so few I .
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v!increase one's own ability SEXTET
C;Goethe.

t FOR RENT ADMISSION $1.25 1 I Their nights are as fast and frantic as their days!

DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF
BURNISHED APT. Free lights
Y
,, I and water.0359089.V 1868. NW 55th Terr. RICKY THOMAS & THE NOTABLESFor

,Phone
. 1" reservations call NE 3-0611 ask for Charles
: \ FOR SALE OR LEASE?

*.''CB9 2V story professional .
I, ';'building. Suitable for drug store, Planning a banquet, party, reception, wedding? t i r
;: 'doctor4' office, attorney, funerTl Call Sy: Food and Beverage Dept.
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parlor. Ample parking, etc. 4200 N.W. '27th Ave. f NEwton 34)611
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DISPUTED RAPE Agent E. Thompson, also, of County face death' In the electric ?HE ,MiAMI TIMES itfJAM*, Washington, said the casts were I chair The, hearing was '
EVIDENCE ;extremely clear . .and flat- called by dense Supreme SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1963'e'i 'A.+4E
.1* which was unusual on casts 'taken Court to ah* claim that .
LABLED FALSE from sand. :,, tWQormer"'uke'; County'deputy
The Negroes, Henry Chat nan sheriffs? ) had, falsified evidence: ( Triple attralctionptJis{ Week '
TAVARES Two special and Robert S. Shuler of L a k e in the tgroes;? >' 1901 ',trial. 1 t

that FBI plastor agents casts last week of foot testified prints -.,..., . . . . . . . '.t, t'. "* .,!'. ('.' ." . .,..',.,. '1I Clyde Killen's Knight Beat

used as evidence against two .
authentic.convicted Negroes were not ROYAL PAL.ACE' I ,


Agent Richard W Flach of 17th Ave.. and 70th St.
the Washington FBI laboratory,
in a hearing l/efore Circuit
Judge L. L. Parks, said the soil FRIDAY & SATURDAY
on the casts 'waa',not the sameas .
that in Fruitland Park where MARCH 22 and 23
,
the Negroes' allegedly raped a .\ ,. : .
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white woman. 'BIG VAhIE.TV.SH.O.WI. .-

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Mrs. Pate (" 11:30 and 1:30 n ri
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Entertains With Continuous dancing 10 to 2:30 a j
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, BrunchThe Starring THE CHECKERS ___ .

Admission 75 cents
beautiful home of Mrs.
NO TABLE CHARGE
Nancy Pate,' of NW. 68th St.
and Detroit, was the setting for . . . . . . . 't. . . . .t t. . . . . . . . . . .
an enjoyaWe brunch Tuesday I.

morning at 11:30: honoring Mrs.
Esther D.C. Taylor of Washington, FORD REAL ESTATE SPECIALSWe

1; Out-of-town friends were Mr. have over 350 homes, for sale in Liberty City, THE 'J
and Mrs. E. C. Hill, Mr. and Manor Park and Opa-Iocka areas. We will help you .t FA5INATIONS
:Mrs Robert S. Shoof from Winston with the financing. Call us.and we will pick you up "MAMA dlDN'T'
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Salem, N.C., Dr. and Mrs. to see these homes.
Harrison and Mrs. Es- '
Rufus
::;:: fts :!: = $
telle Banks, Philadelphia.Local 1-1511' NW 42nd Street $295 down *

friends were Mrs. May 2 CBS houses on 1 lot. Real nice property. Move LIE'DONALD
dell Braynon, Mrs. Rose Tucker right in. No qualifying. Rent one out and live in
Mrs. Emma Boggs, Mrs. the other one.
Emma H.: Sweeting and Mrs.

Ann Coleman. 2-3069 Plaza, St., Coconut Grove $600 down ,
After the brunch all were Invited 2 CBS homes'on 1 lot. Each one rents for $20 Wk.
to the home of Mrs.
Tucker for lunch and to Mrs. 3--4502 NW, 23rd Avenue $16 week BUTLER
Pullom for tea. Mrs. Pate provedto 1 bedroom CBS home for rent. Stove "

be a perfect hostess. and refrigerator. '

4 Ask about A Great ., : ,
our many duplexes and other income
,
The Gardenia properties. Down payment start at $500. :'<}"'j'"*'1 a
Singer FromNASSAU ,
Circle ClubThe ..' ,\

Gardenia Club meets at Brand! new home in Goulds, Fla. $200 down : ." ,
the home of Mrs. Ella McElmurray Down payments starts at $300
March 17. At this meetingthe Brand new homes in Liberty! City area t I r "'
final arrangements were . .,
made for the tea that will be
Given Palm Sunday at Dixie THE FOUR GRAND FREES, : :;',:,
Park. After meeting a cocktail : .....
party was given In honor of 780 N.W. 55th Street $15 week AND AN ALL-STAR SHOW '. .. :. ;
Mrs. Ruby Hanna who was celebrating 1 bedroom apartments for rent
her birthday Amongthe Admission Friday and Sunday $1.25
guests were friends from
Fort Lauderdale, North Miami Saturday $1.75
Beach and Delray. Everyone en- We arc open every' nite til 8 p.m.
proved themselves. We are open Saturday and! Sunday $' !! ;;:; :: .P
Edna Smith, president; Helen
WEEK
COMING NEXT !
Ward, reporter ".

Ford Realty Inc. 1.'

FOR SALE ,
56D N.W. 54th Street PL 7.2559

1540 NW 57th St. -

2 bedrooms, Fla. room ,

Lot 50 x 100. Small down

payment WHILE THEY LAST j


Nice stores for rent on

N.W. 17th Ave. at 47th St. I: HUMAN HAIR

HERB MUNNINGS I I

775 N.W. 51st St. I

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.......d tin
wltAll' 1000,.rds stied.hew done BLOCK See and be the
/Ail .pnd II PS Ynytu.s K. = seen at Knight Beat Sunday matinee

cl.I,,sIk,Mta'd is M.uedwllls I It,,?II..IetHnNe daYN your/" .....s".c......... 4 j Included Every Sunday 5 to ,9 p.m. >
=
Died. II Iddd.Idnr0.e tJ:: :.:
free Warrell"
title Irnuf. ..... HtgMr.I..floll "\
fIlM Mleml 1Hc.!' MMlanl
bf.rtMft Mimi Llcbaane.t THE ONE COMING! ,.-
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of l..Itae. Cane M wr.ffla Wig I
fa full Intermlfllll.I m. s AND ONLYOPPOSITE
: cola",'I tldn M you.a N.w.:'Ord m.u K. NIGHT IN NASSAU

dayS.Money 2 3 win M. satisfied Mol.'N M 70 RICHARDS 163rd St SHOPPING CENTER CLYDE KlS.Ns! \ ....

t Ralner,'Realtor 1222 N.E. 163rd St. | Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. SIR JOHN HOTELKNtGifTBlA Coming Sunday, April 7 ,'N"
M.B.I,Federal Bldg.UncolAWshln Suite 208
Cemer / tM Monday thru Friday t n
JE. 8.56M N. Miami Beach I Sat tm i p.m. Pb. 9434133 Harlem Square Ballroom' ,
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:*'PAGE 10 SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1963 : InTournament IH AND AROUND THE BAHAMAS

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The Sunshine State Duplicate
Club which Wilfred Culmer and James an expensive radar and other
ALOE FREEDOM ROAD! ( ) Carver Bridge Branch YMCA meets the 2nd at Pratt were convicted on Feb. equipment. Because of the danger

and 4th Saturday each month 26 of armed robbery and sen- of the explosives, little hopeis
-- Dy RUTH TERRY -- has entered a team In the North tenced to ten years in prison, held for salvaging it.
five years for breaking and three
American Rubber Bridge Tournament -
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,..- -.till-11'-- y -y yy--- -- for stealing.
!'...II.H.H The members of the Cleveland H. Reeves, retired
,M 'negroes have fought for Negroes throughout the South team are: Last September the two men government official and now
ir,CQIlstlt.utional rights down have ventured to vote at all. A Mrs. Effie Williams and put up a road block on a dark realtor, returned to Nassau recently -
'>e years I think it has But each year has seen the Mrs. Gertrude McCoy. road, near Governor's Harbor, after a stay of almost
become reasingly dear that votewhittling down of evasion B Mrs. Ann Lindsay Packard stopped the car of the managerof two years in England and on
the.unfettered and free right of and delaying tactics and the and Leander Jackson. Barclay's Bank, Rock Sound, the Continent. He was accompanied
Negroes to vote in free elections strengthening of Southern Negroes C Mrs. Lucille Wheatleyand Eleuthera, held him and his by Mrs. Reeves. During
bas become the basic right upon in their desire to avail Charles Gray. assistant at the point of a rifle, his absence from the Bahamas,
Which :freedom' fighters have themselves of this basic demo D Miss Blanche Galloway took the keys to the bank, then Mr. Reeves visited a number of
Concentrated ,,their:efforts. cratic and constitutional right. and Mrs. Ethel Grier. went and robbed the bank of Institutions ot nlgher learningand
But after the prejudices and discriminations Mrs. Williams Is captain. $72,800 in cash and $19,600 in other centers of interest.
'DISCRIMINATORYAOTIC have largely disappeared This is the third week of play U. S. travellers' checks.
there still remain the and pair (B) is leading. The They made their way to Nassau
This alone, old enemies of the ballot ignorance winning pair will get the opportunity but Culmer was identifiedby Mrs. Gwendolyn Cooper, wife
is ,not my opinion it h a p and'apathy.. Even in to play with all the winners his finger print a few days of Canon M. E Cooper of St.
,but ,Curiously enough, impor- areas in the South where Ne- from this section on Miami later, and they were arrested.A. Agnes Church, is visiting Miami
appeared to be of utmost PoUUdans alio. groes no longer have anythingto Beach in an honor and a chal D. Hanna, counsel for the and Fort Louderdale.
lance .to Southern \. fear, their apathy or their lenge. From process of elimina men gave notice that he Intends -
:'If ,not importantand Dangerous the tion from the sectional
of
ignorance importance of winnersall to appeal to the Privy
to the,status, quo, ,why sopumy the vote still deters democratic over the U. S. will come the Council.A The Rev. Edward T. Graham,
,and
'oUscrimlnatpry prejudicial minister at Mt. Zion
winner whose is Baptist
top prize
progress. a prepaid
,tactics ,,tied by'ep1 Our last primary vote here In trip to New York and Church, Miami, was a guest at
;thrQugho t'i; he rPas=? ,in t p e Dade County was a disgrace, if $2,500 and TV appearance with 3,000-foot airstrip the was re Olive's Guest House last week.
cently completed by Cape
,tactics ,still appear
South' these
Mr. Goren
> we count numbers of voters asa and partner. ,
Santa Maria Club on the north.
jjilthough 1 ,'teasenlieaCh year criterion of good, responsible All members of the club are ern tip of Long Island. The clubis The Lord Bishop of Nassau
"A'white citizen, let us say, itizens. The running of Negro pulling for our winner to makea located 165 miles south of held a very successful Missionat
) quid'+,have >#>We'or'.no.,dKficul- candidates was an importantact good showing on the Beach Nassau. Christ Church Cathedral,
KIn registerihg and' voting in ; but not many Negroes took Since this tournament Is an I' Feb. 1721. A large crowd
was
the time _or the effort to cast annual affair we would like to
Mississippi. But even ktoday, J.fa In attendance
their ballot. For that matter enter more teams next Mrs. Eha A Knowles, 37, wife every night and
year. Any
want
qualified Negro''citizen of Commissioner V. A. Knowles many were turned
away on tlje
Interested
one in
not white citizens playing
voted
ed to vote in Mississippi, there 2lther.many your bridgeget of Clarence Town Long Island, closing night for lack of space.
Efforts
are being made membership started
could appear some awesome I died at Mercy Hospital, Miami, Great spiritual benefits were
with now. Call Mrs. Wheatley
for in
increasing strength and determination -
and almost Impossible Harriers: derived from this
mission
in d formation, CE 51506. on Feb. 24. The body was and
: planning ancarrying
to hurdle. out, registration and brought to Nassau and funeral the people are clamoring for an
Let us review some of these' get-out-the-vote campaigns. Now services were held at St. Agnes I other.
tactics which that Negroes vote where she was a faithful memo
discriminatory can easily (at Dugie's Guest HouseThe
make voting In Mississippi',:a least here In Dade County), It ber. Everette A. Butler, 47, died at
hazardous and dangerous proved should be a matter of concern, house of clean rooms his home on Montrose Ave. on
ure for Negroes. Sometimes Ne pot only to those In the Negro Open 24 hours NE 4-3851 Mrs. Jeanette Bethel assistant March 1. He is survived by his
gro applicants are required ,to community, but to friends of Seeing is Believing registrar general, has Been appointed wife, Gregoria; a son, Collis; five
produce one or more white democratic. progress in other See assistant supervisor of daughters, Maria, Clarissa, Tere-
character witnesses. Sometimessevere areas, that Negroes in increasing us for clean rooms the 19C3 census in the Parliamentary cita, MargaretAnn and Carmlna:
property qualifications ,! numbers accept the chal Jamaica Dugie, always a Registrar's Office. a brother, Charles E. Butler;
'are' applied, but only Negroes lenge of responsible citizenship. friends four sisters, Mrs. Leona Hanna,
when they apply must show' A man once said that bad poll 2941 NW 47th St., MiamiMary's Sidney Poitier renowned Ba Nurse Lily Butler, Mrs. Lois
property-tax receipts. Very .often jticlans are elected by good citizens hamian actor, spent a week's Wilson and Mrs. Grace Bullard.
strictly enforced literary who.didn't take the time to vacation with his mother, celebrated
tests for Negro applicants alone --vote. All of us need to use our his 3Gth birthday and
are required. It Is also a matter votes to their fullest capacity, Cleanersand left on Feb. 20 for London
of record that unreasonable and make the.wisest use of themto where he will make a picture ffd
questions on the United States further true, demorcatic representation for Columbia Pictures, Inc. He
Constitution are given Negro in'our local, state and Laundry goes from London to Yugosla'
applicants. Then there areHhe rational government.Desegregation. via. jo j\
tactics of basing rejection of.Negro . "Clean Clothes Last Longer" AN
applicants on alleged technical The ladies' section of the Tri
mistakes In filling o1"U t in FREE PICK UP AND bune's Santa Claus Committee,
registration 'blanks or the requiring Mrs. Charles Barnwell, chairman .
of Negro to Higher EducationSouthern DELIVERY SERVICEWilliam
I applicants SERVICE reported that 3,989 children
fill out their own blanks, while Regional Council has One were given parcels of toys Pinder Sr.
those of whites are filled out Just distributed revised report day service if desired and candles last Christmas. ,
for them by, the registration of- listing formerly all-white col. Professional Piano Tuner
ficial. leges and universities of the 17 5832 NW 12th Ave. The- wooden schooner And'! Repairer
southern and border states and "Okay Service" was wreckedon 1935 N.W.
There are also the long waiting 153rd St.
District of Columbia which a reef at Mayaguana
are Phone 758.3151 early
officials periods" for Negroes before known to be desegregated. An Friday, March 1. The boat has Opa-locka
they are increase of 110 tons of dynamite Phone MU 8-3770
there. Then too, evasion is usedon In approximately 30 INDF on board,
two
percent years. A few It.
Negro applicants, with the copies of the full --
report are
usual attending remarks that available at FCHR
office the
K"Uri' "it' ,ypO'Beat:'closing time. forBeards Florida colleges are listed; here:
4o Wt t.or' tben PUBLIC: Dade County JunJor .
.
t pt ,xhave all run Miami; Daytona Beach Jun.
.
.rte"all!,the members! of, the for Daytona; Fla. State Univ., "
l atW ;' 9r4ate; ?not pres- .Tallahassee; Manatee Junior, . A new nation conceived
i t'..! )rrse'..We ;tmust" Bradenton; Palm Beach Junior
:.iF': deltbeta ''InHI. Lake Worth; St. Petersburg in
liberty and
dedicated
: ,.ofyloience'used 4
t, .. Junior, St. Pete; Univ. of Fla., ;
,0'1. .. Gainesville; Univ. of South Fla.,
4'1. .' w.n') "I J " "f H JSlffJf '' Tampa.NONPUBLIC. to the proposition that all *.'J7k' /
: Barry College,
DEMOCRACY'S
Jg8I''Mt. .,
Miami; Florida Presbyterian, St.
men are created uaL"Lincoln
a jxC
Pete; Stetson Univ. DeLand; ;

\j.t : !rf.f (tH .. thL Univ. of Miami, 'Coral Gables. I at Gettysburg, Pa.,

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,thokt1Pof! your ,toes including Throughout the United States everyone is

: M!it ej. -;:Shirts' s ,- Suits i Trousers Caps of ating the centennial commemor-
t' anniversary of the
:iStjrfw t i gad ;,,utility! at popular prices Proclamation! Emancipation

'. i BE :.SURE TO COME AND SEE US

We, at THE MIAMI TIMES in
keeping with this spirit
have made
available a timely
appropriate and desire
: able reproduction of the Emancipation Proclamation
BARKLEY'S CUT-RATE STORE
on parchment-like in
paper, 14"xl7" dimensions suitable
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Dolls from $&M to SI 1.08 Old Spice Cologne You, too, can take an Proclamation at sac each (enclosed find $-)
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Choraleers at Mt. THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.


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Sunday morning at 11 o'clock '. 1"Jf

'A the County Choraleers Children's of the Home Dade at Men's,.Day- at New Hope

____ Kendall conducted by Robert Tse men of New Hope Missionary St. Mary's Missionary Baptist
Bryant and George Jones will Baptist Church will Church, Coral Gables.
be guest singers at Mt. Sinai celebrate their annual Men's You are invited to worship

Baptist Church, 1419 NW 5th Day, Sunday, March :24. with us throughout the day.
place. Rev. S. A. Thomas is the Deacon Sam Davis, chairman;
pastor. They will be accompanied Morning speaker will be the Deacon, L. C. Deal, co-chairman;
by the Glee Club of Kendall, Rev. W. M. Bauyer, the successful Rev J. E. Brown, pastor.
conducted by Mrs. Mettle pastor of New Hope Missionary
Brown Baptist Church Pahokee.At .
NEW MT. MORIAHRev.
In the afternoon at 3:30: the 3 o'clock the speaker will
'j children will be priviledged to be the Rev. W. C. Edcar, accompanied A. L. Shipp, pastor

have as their guest mnlster, the by his congregationof Choir No. 2 extends to its

Rev. W. F.; Savoy, pastor of Terrine and Danla. many, many friends a ,wholeheartedly
Church ) welcome in celebrat
Grace Presbyterian In
The evening speaker will be
ing its 13th anniversary March
Liberty City. the Rev. W. F. Tanner Sr., of 22-21, along with various choirs

and groups of the city.
NEW PROVIDENCE We also invite you to worshipwith
Mount Hermon's 5th ST. JAMES A. M. E. us each Sunday in our
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor regular services beginning at
Sis Claudia Wilson, reporter 1815 NW G5th Street 0.30: with Sunday School.Announcement.
Sunday Is Woman's Day at Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor
Baby Contest A Success our church. We are expecting It. E.! Copledan, reporter

a grand time. We have two Sunday was a high day. At
On last Feburuary 15 the pas tlon to all of our well wishersto wonderful speakers. Come one, the 11 a.m. service the junior
tor organized a co-ordinating lie with us on Sunday, March come all. There will also be choir, directed by Mrs. Ann The Episcopal Churchwomen
committee composed of Mrs. 31 at 3 p.m. at which time we plenty of food served in the Smith was at their best. The of the Church of The Incarna-
Roberta Cherry, chairman; Miss will celebrate special Guest Day. kitchen with a small price, of sermon was delivered by Rev tion cordially Invite you to their

Betty Futch, Mrs. Annie Mae __._. ._ V course. We are sure you will J. B. Blacknell. His theme was annual Fellowship Tea, Sunday,
Hamilton, Mrs. Queen Daniels r.I..l. VV enjoy yourselt. We also appreciate "The Priest Who Tried to Buy March 21, 4:30: p.m. at the church
and Mrs. Helen McDanlels. your prayers.: Jesus," many hearts were up at 1835 NW 54th St. Guest speaker -
lifted. Mrs. A. Travers Ewell, presIdent
With less than a month to .1
of the Diocese of South
work at that time these ladies ANTIOCH BAPTIST Two members were received Florida Episcopal Churchwomen.
started out with a great determi Into fellowship.At .
nation to be successful and so 1899 NW 04th Street the evening worship, the
they were on last Sunday, March Rev O. W. Foster, pastor Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor of Mt

17. 1 was glad when they said Hermon AME Church of Ft. Anniversary Tea
Lauderdale and: congregation
unto me, let us go into the 1
selected 8 of the fine worshipped with us. Refreshments
They house:: of the Lord. And
+ ProgramThe
babies of our community, namely 3 Sunday services will be in were served after service.

Debbie J. Watson, Mark Anthony charge of Rev. Willie Strange St. James is looking forwardto

Allen, Graham, Joey Har 444 and Rev. Willie Ivory. The its annual Homecoming Day OES No.Victoria 80 will,.Ward honor Chapter
ris, Fannie Marie Harris, Nina youth will render usher and celebration to be held the fifth your
Marie Kemp, Edward A. Small song: services Sunday morningand Sunday. The guest speakers will Tea presence and at its 10th Aniversary

Jr., and La Venda Smiley. All the No. 1 ushers and the be Revs. H. J. Benson, H. E. March 24 3 Program Sunday. ,
mothers were anxious about No. 2 choir will serve Sunday Greene, T. E. Wright and J. J, the Elks' p.m.320 to 0 p.m. at
their babies and did all they I night. Williams!: Plan to attend: this Terr.I. Rest, NW 16th
could make it winner. In'' 1 memorable Free dinners
to a } Sunday afternoon the No. event.
G, Pratt-Wildcr
the end only one could stand Y Ala usher hoard is sponsoring a will be served throughout the Matron Worthy
I Emma Lou
out and this was La Venda Smiley I Pew Rally at 3 p.m. The public ; Ward secretary
day.Visit
She is the daughter of Mr. i Is Invited. St. James, the friendly Patron.; Leroy Johnson, Worthy

and Mrs. LeVon Smiley of 3285 Tickets can be purchased for church with the warm welcome.
NW 49th St. the Straw Ride to Virginia

... .. __. Beach for March 30 by calling TEMPLE BAPTIST
winner m. ST. PETERS A. C. CHURCHThe
The with $230; second Mrs. Mildred Plnckney at PL

Nina Kemp, daughter of This coming Friday night, 10124. The bus will leave the home of Mrs. Elene Matthews Rev L A, Thompson, pastor
Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Kemp, March 22 will be the business church at 8 p.m. Prices are $1.00 The Youth Choir will sing at
1011 NW 70th St. will be
$223, third, Graham, son of Mr. portion of our 2nd annual quarterly for adult, 75 cents for studentsand the locale, for gala musical, tea the 11 a.m. service Sunday and
and Mrs. Anthony Graham, conference which will be 50 cents for children. Dinner given by the St.a Monicas' Guild. the No. 1 choir will sing during
$193. Prizes were awarded to all held by the presiding elder, Rev included. the evening.
The date for this event is Sun-
of the babies by the coordinating J. A. Roberts. Sunday, March The women of Antioch are stilt
day, March 24 from 4 to 0 p.m Sunday Is Spring Rally Day.
committee. The amount I Irais'ed 21, will be the worship service. soliciting ads for our Women's
Mrs. Millie Thomas is president. Loyal ,members doing :all
the We that all boards souvenlor book. Women'sDay are
during day was are asking Day
Proceeds: will benefit St. Peters they can: to make this one 1 of
$1,5GO. and clubs will make good reports In May 19.
American Catholic Church. the best and
determined
We are extending an invlta- of the last three months On our sick list is Sister Al Donald Is everyone If
bertha Battle. Father Anthony to put the programover
Dr. J. A. Roberts is a great priest In charge. Donations for In a big way. The slogan
preacher and we are sure that this event is one dollar. Selected Is, "Let's put it over."
5th Ave. Church of Christ he will bring us a message on MT. MORIAHThe musical artists will be pre Members who got off the pick
the Lenten season. Come and sented. All are welcome. list and came to worship Sunday
1809 N.W. 5th Avenue
nuWlc I Is always welcome were Brother Erwin In -
worship with us In our new graham
Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor sanctuary. The church that's on beginning with Sunday Schoolat Mrs. Eva Gibson, Mrs.
Nathaniel Thomas, reporter the I move. 9:45: ; morning worship at 11:45: MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Sarah Johnson and Mrs. Julia

The 43rd annual State Convo and the evening worship. This E. M. Thomas Dean.
Rev
pastor
cation of Eastern Florida of the Sunday is our young people'sday. The choir of Mt. Zion Baptist
Phyllis Myers, reporterOn
Churches of God in Christ with FRIENDSHIP M. B. The male chorus will ren Church, Bimini, Bahamas, will
Bishop E. D. Johnson, presiding der music during the evening Saturday, March 23, and give a concert at Temple Mon-
and Mrs. Gussie Gamble, Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor service. Sunday, March 24, the No. 4 April 1,' The group and
state supervisor of the women Mrs. Ruby Lee Carr, reporterOn The No. 2 choir will be celebrating Ushers Board will be selling! po other members will accompany

department closed on Friday, Sunday, March 24 from Its 13th anniversary at tato pies in the kitchen. Theyare the pastor: the'Rev. J, R. Smith,
Pierce. 3 p.m. at the church.On asking the co-operation of and will also\
March 15 in Fort 10 to 5 Usher Board No. 3 I Ring at the closing
p.m. church.On .
the entire
The meeting, which has attracted of which Bro. J. C. Wright Is last Sunday we had a wonderful next Sunday the No. 4 session of the Ministers and.
time In the Lord. Our
Deacons'
Union
of the F. E. C.
approximately 2,000 will be sponsoring a
president preached out of his soul. Ushers are sponsoring a Spring
pastor
delegates and visitors from all trip around the world to Cran- Everyone was spiritually blessed Sip at the home of Mrs. Alice Baptist Association.

over the country, got underway don Park. Refreshments will be Duncan, 6520 NW 25th Ave. The
March 6. Many visitors from as I served free. You may visit the money raised will be turned over ST. LUKE BAPTIST
far north as Michigan, New zoo and ride the different fun to the church for the rally. Theyare I
York and Illinois. will I _._., ..... _...
Pennsylvania attractions. Transportation JORDAN GROVE M. B. asking the cooperation of "''' ''.y '''''' 1F
Tuesday was the State Sup- be at the church from 10 to 2 the entire church. The public Is wix 5
ervisor's Day. Mrs. Gamble, dynamic p.m. You are invited to take Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor Invited to attend. .
leader of the women of this trip with us. Also on Mon Sis. Ella K. Wright, reporterWe We are praying for the recovery 4.V
this great church was in March: 25 at 8 p.m. No. 2 wish to thank our many of our pastor.
History will hold a cherished User Board will be celebratingits members and friends for a very
memory of the day The 23rd anniversary with Dea successful homecoming. We

theme for the year was "My con C. M. Williams as president. were very glad to see many of BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMiss
Brethren These Things Ought I Many outstanding talents of the our old members come home. '
Not so to be." James 3:10.: city will be participating on this We were blessed to have Rev. Audrey F. Thompson,
The meeting was highlightedby program. You are Invited to West to deliver n soul stirring treasurer of the Baha'i Assembly -
of Miami will theBaha'i
speak at
In advancefor ,
Thanking you
of Evangelism. come. home
the "Spirit coming sermon. ,
Center 137 11th 8p.m.
The impressive service was your cooperation. On Tuesday night, March 26, Sunday March Ave.i
conducted by Dr. S. Edwards, Rev. A. Anderson, one of our er
will be. .
subject "Challenge to
dean of theology. PRESBYTERIANRev. ormer members will preach Chaos." The
GRACE pubic la cordially
here. The public Is cordially)) In-
The songs of praises were Invited. Phone secretary FR
conducted state chorus William P. Savoy, minister vited to come and worship with
.! !Jl.ft .. 1-5420, for further Information.
S th Parlln, clerk us.
:J unv--. Roma i
E hl.ldiir had"their; day to
render God's sweet praises. The We are enjoying our Wednes- NEW BETHEL A. M. E. RUMMARGE SALEMt.

songs were highly enjoyed by day Metropolitan night services AME Church with, Rev.J. the. The women of New Bethel Calvary Lutheran Church .* b

all.The Last Wed- AME Church of Goulds will observe Ladles Aid Society will hold a rh .4
J. Williams, pastor.
feast: of the 43rd convo- their 13th Women's rummage sale on Saturday
worshipped togetherat Day
cation was supervised by our nesday we March 30 at Pallbearers HaIfNo.2'
Program Sunday, March 24.
this Wednesdaywe
state supervisor of the kitchen, Grace and The church Is located on Old ., NW 2nd Ave. and 3rd :
Metropolitan
at
will be
E. H. Allen. Cutler Road. All friends are Invited court, Hallandale starting at 7 a

The Sunday School and YPWW heads Rev. Savoy will be guest to worship with us. The a.m. We have a nice selection Rev. P. W. Williams: pastor
departments and their of clothes for women, men and
speaker at: the Dade County morning service at 11 a.m.
made a great contribution to Youth Home at Kendall this The guest speaker will be the children, also miscellaneous St Luke Baptist Church will
the meeting. The leaders of Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clockfor well known and personality and articles. hold its first services Sunday.
these departments are: Elder E. RecognitionDay March 24 at the church's new
their monthly ardent president of the South
the 8. S.
B. Beacham, Supt. for site the 18th
program.Let Florida Conference Laymen organization AnnouncementThe on corner of Ave.
W. M. Atkins, president of and 55th St. "
sick Mrs. Irene
us remember our Taylor.
D. Johnson,
E.
YPWW; Bishop Mrs. Gussie members: Mrs. Olive Miller, Mrs. You will miss a treat If you Episcopal Churchmen Sunday morning at 930:
state bishop: Dr. S. Inez Lemon Mrs. Evangeline don't hear her. will have a dinner sale at the a.m. as usual; service
Gamble, state supervisor; Munnings and Zephaniah Carr. Sunday evening will be feature home of Frank Wright, 16240 11 .; BTU &:30 p.I'n.r; evening
Edwards financial secretary, NW 21st Ave. The worship 7:00: o'clock. ,
Grace On the fifth Sunday Grace will of local choirs. Opa-locka.
W. H. recording secre-State present a Lenten Musical Pro- Mrs. Valuda Waters, chair public is Invited. The sale be Each member Is expected to \
tary; Mrs. Syretha Strong and Nathaniel being prepared by Mrs. man; Mrs. English)) Martin, co- gins 12 noon. Call: for your dInner be present and on time. _
Chorus directress assistant; secretaryto Ursula Hlggs and the a d u 1 t chairman. Rev. R. H. Johnson, at NA 16020. Deliveries will The public is cordlaJly'lnvltedto
Thomas choir. pastor be made. worship with us always.
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j, THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. CARD OF THANKSThe I. CARD OF THANKS' . .' CARD OF THANKS

.. PAGE 12 SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1963 family of the ,late The family of, the late "The" family of the late
JOE
DELORES WILKINSONtakes -r.;> WILLIAMSof
__ ,'''''U'.r.. this method of thankingthe ,..... 1054Q SW 176th St., Perrine
many friends neighbors and who departed: this life February

: :CARDS MEMORIALS relatives for cards flowers tele 22; wfsh to take this method to
grams and all other kind ex- express their sincere thanks

....1 I presslons of sympathy during .Appreciation to their many
their hours of bereavement.
Thanks to Rev.. I. C. Mlcklns friends #nd neighbors for cards
,, CARD OF THANKS I CARD OF THANKSThe and members of Alt. Olivette 'telegrams, and all other kindnesses

Wiley Robinson the husbandof family of the late Baptist Church Also to the shown during their hour

,...., Francis Funeral Home staff. i 'of bereavement.
Robinson
'S. +
Mrs Maggie
to Elder .H. L.
thanks
.,h':;. Mrs. Muriel Cooper mother Special
wishes to express a Hogan 1t WMM Johnny Wilkinson, son Minns and members of Churchof
thanks to Dr. James E. God of Prophecy for such
for his courteous and efficient untiring efforts and llain: Fun-
services rendered. Also the CARD OF THANKSThe eral Home for such efficient ser-
Christian Hospital and staff who :vice rendered.
offered their services unselfish' family of the late I The Family
ly during my wife's illness. ,A JOHN ANDREW HUDSON I
thanks also to Mrs. . $ wish to thank the many friends
Dace.,Albert and cafeteria staff 4ti Ys neighbors and relatives who 4 CARD
of Floral Heights Elementary were' so ,kind during their hour z OF THANKSThe
>
School for services during her t as a n CY.Rp of bereavement. Thanks for the r ,.' : f fr family of the late

illness. To Mrs. Lucille Crawford I cards, flowers, 'telegrams, cars, 2 A BUSTER CORKER
for her kind services and and all other kind gestures.
wish take this method of
LiMRS. to expressing -
gestures during her long Illness, Special thanks to Rev. Jacksonof their
and services offered the bereaved Mt. ZIon Baptist Church and _.. ------ deep appreciation -
family.To ,. the Francis Funeral Home for OLA WILMONT for the many kind acts and
p Jeeds shown them during their
the kind :
the many friends, neighbors services. May God wish to take this method of expressing recent bereavement. The cards
Rev. Edward T. Graham bless each and everyone of you, I
floral and other
their heartfelt grati-- telegrams, pieces
4' will forever be I
and congregation of Mt. Zion we appreciative
Baptist Church and the Range Mrs. Pearlle Lee Hudson, tude to the many friends and expressions of sympathy are too
numerous to mention here individually
Funeral Home your condo. wife neighbors for all kind acts and
.
lences, letters, telegrams, flowers Mrs. Louise Ami/rose deeds shown them in their hourof : memories., but will be foreverIn thankso
our Special:
services all bereavement. Special thanks
and helped to daughter
make my burdens lighter. I sincerely Mildred Hudson,. daughter to Rev. A. M. Griffin and New > Rev. Artie Smith neighborsjf
21st Ave. Nurses
give my thanks duringmy ,, ,._ ,... Shiloh Baptist Church and the and Doctorsof
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bereavement. House of Albert. God bless' you Wing Memorial
LAMAR MILLER CARD OF THANKSThe all. Hospital, and to the House of
wish to express their thanks I Joe F. Wilmont, husband \lbert.
CARD OF THANKS the family of the late And Family May God bless you all.
to
nd appreciation many I .. I Mrs. Ruth Corker and family
.., .The the late"ERNEST
., family 'of friends and neighbors for their
) .. many kind gestures, of. sympa
thy during their hours of be-- CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn

reavement. Special thanks to We the family of the late,
he House of Albert Funeral loving memory of a darl
GEORGE WASHINGTON HALLMARIE
TIome. May God bless each and :ing wife :and! mother.

everyone of you. HALL. ..>I!!'. .,.,_.-..-. --._,........."-,,,. __
The Family
sincerely appreciate the' kind
ness and sympathy you have extended -
IN MEMORIAMIn to us In our bereavement. 1141N
f Andy Hall son
pz} everlasting memory of our I r A John E. Hall, son
mother y Rev. Aaron D Hall, son
ELLEN ALBURY Mrs. Willie Washington,
tearly l beloved mother daughter .
whom God called home March Mrs Edna Robinson s

25, 1940. daughter
You have never left us, Mrs Addie B,
Though you have K; >ne, Odumdaughter {
Your memory keeps us : Mrs Jessie. Mae McDonald,
'our love lives on, daughter
If all the world was ours to b M
give, I fr _
We would give It all and more, CARD OF THANKS

To see you again, the one we __ __ _,,,___._.___s_n w_ .-.
love, The family of the late, .x s
Gone smiling through the door. FRANKLYN} MILTON WILLIAM (Bill) THOMPSON

i BILL GRIFFIN JR. The Albury Family WALLACE who departed this life February
I wish to express sincere thanks who was called to the Great 24, 1963 wish to express sincere
and appreciation to their many Halovcd on March 7, 1963 take thanks and appreciation to their
friends and neighbors for cards IN MEMORIAMIn this method to express their many friends and community of
flowers, telegrams and all kind 'hanks and appreciation to West Hollywood for cards, flowers -
nesses shown during their recent sad but loving memory of their neighbors and many and Kindnesses' shown dur-
bereavement. ny dear husband and our friends for their cards, tele- I ing the hours of their bereave MRS. HENRIETTE THOMASwho
Special thanks to the Range brother grams, cars, flowers and other ment. A special thanks to Rev. departed this life March 19,
Funeral Home, Mrs.:Peters,Mrs 'noans of condolences during our i I. C. .Allckins and to the Francis 1958.
,Pitts Mrs. Jones and Mrs. ,Pond hours of bereavement. 'Funeral Home for its efficient Five years ago the death
r. And also Rev. J, E. Brown Thanks to Rev. L. A. Thompon services, May God bless you all. angel took your away,
of New Hope Baptist Church. r pastor of Temple Baptist Mrs Gladys Thompson, We, miss you, and hope to meet
1 The Family Church, Choir and members for I wife and family you one day
c heir service: rendered. I We will be happy together
'many thanks to Harold Francs where there's no more
: IN MEMORIAM 3f the Francis Funeral Homend CARD OF .THANKS* sickness
I In sad but loving memory of his wonderful staff for their We will join hands with you one
my dear sister, 'clnd deeds of sympathy. The family of the late day.Sleep.

... _ Thoughts of you all will for- PULIA PENNINGTONwho on and take your rest.
0' ver remain in our hearts. May departed this life March 4, \We loved you but God loves you
loci bless each of you. 1963 following a long Illness best. .
God called: him home and was laid to rest March 16 Rev E. :M.: Thomas, husband
rt was his will wish to express their sincere Sally Thomas, Daisy i Lewrn,
' I Sadly missed by, many friends for their cards Charlie. Thomas, son
Cvsy Muriel l Wallace, wife telegrams flowers, automobilesand
> a Edward Wallace, all other kindnesses shown
Newton Wallnce, during'their hours of bereave IN
Cleveland Ohio ment. We especially want to MEMORIAM
Blrbb Wallace, }1rothpr. thank W. F. Washington, the In sad but loving memory of
Thelma Major daughter assistant minister of the Liberty our dear husband. : and father
Maria Forbes daughter City Church of Christ 1263 NW ). _.
Ro e Marie Rogers, 87th St. Miami for his timely, .1ij: .. '.
daughter Atlanta, Ga., and inspiring.culogyf;;'also the .r'T 0... ,.- J'i"" .".,'.
other ministers of other congregations _:.... !i..7\) .. ,
for their encouraging ..'
REV.passed J.to C." the JOHNSONwho Great Beyond !uJ P<5 r EOR! ? fj "M, Miami remarks and the members of the t
community in
general.
March forgotten.. In 'fful; .hut loving memory'of We also thank the Range Funeral ..,. ;ll t---- 1
Gone, but my dear husband Home for their fine services. "
Asleep in'Jesus, blessed sleep
LEON DAVIS She leaves to
mourn:
From which none ,ever waks to .. .._ _
who departed this life Charles .nl.
March J .
:: *.vi.iuiigiuii, sonhusbanQ
weep.
-21: 1959Each '
Mrs Marion Johnson widow flower and leaf 'Charles
Pinnlgton Jr.
may son
r.w. The Johnson Family wither Mrs. Alice Smith mother toTED s

; :MRS. ANNIE L. WILLIAMSwho Each evening sun may set And a host of sorrowing rela ,e,
departed this life March But the hearts that loved you tives' and friends. Sleep! on dear
CARD OF THANKSThe
dearly: love,
24 1961. one, we you but God loves
Are the ones that: will never you best.
May In the
she rest peace. family of late forget.
"There's MRS. ARABELLA M.
an open gate Mrs.
Elvina Davis wife
At the end of the road ANDERSON ,
Through which each must go wishes to thank the man y And Family CARD OF THANKS

alone friends neighbors and relatives The family of the late
t And there is a light we, cannotsee for the many cards, floral pieces WILLARD PARKER
telegrams and all other kindwords CARD OF THANKSThe who departed this life January
''Our Father claims His own;: of sympathy: shown during family of the late 21, 1963 wish to express sincere r
t Beyond the gate your loved one their hours of bereavement. WALTER JACKSONwho thanks and appreciation to the
f',, Finds, happiness and rest Many thanks to Rev. W. F. departed February 12, many friends for cards, flowers
,And there is comfort in the Savoy and members of Grace 19G3 wish to express sincere and kindness shown during LAWRENCEwho

'w thoughtThat Presbyterian Church, the Francis thanks and appreciation to the I theIr! hours of bereavement departed from this life
Almighty God knows best. Funeral Home and staff, and many friends for card, flowers I May God bless each and every March 25, 1958.
'.. 1 I Mrs. Edna Davis sister to each and everyone of you and kindness shown during the one of you. We love you but God loves
Y. Asa Williams brother may God ever bless you. Our hours of'bereavement May God Mrs. Willie L. Parker wife ,you West.May rest in
V Mrs., Clyde M. Williams, loss is heaven's gain. bless all.Maude Margaret Parker daughter, Mrs Carrie you Lawrence,peace.wife
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h.r.. -"". 18231 :t .. .. .'
Homestead '
Ave:, Perrine, : .. .' :

RANGE . died March 14. Services field FOR SALE .(,.JEOR SALE: ..... '
March 21 at Mt. Zion.Holiness
MRS. BEATRICE GRANT Church with Rev. Bruce Ingra- LOOKING for beauty shop! sup. 75' STREET street duplex lots
who resided at 2747 NW 45th St. ham officiating: Survivors include FOR RENT plies? Mrs. Lillian Dean John 1819 Washington Ave., Opa- .
died March 15. She is survivedbY his wife; Mary;'two broth. son has a nice selection of every- locka. Building started and
her husband James. two ers, Francis, of' Miami l Felix of E. PICARD thing in the beauty supply line ne completion. '
daught rl:;, Jacquelyn and 'bore. Nassau;; two sisters Mr$1 Florio Rental for sale. Call CE 5-45777 M30
: Agency
thy, a, son.kiddie. a grAnd ttraghe Frazier 'of Nassau and Ida Rental collections, property Open, Sunday 2 to16. 1775 NW ..
Slyvi, .d Ugh.ter4rt.laW.three Ohio .
ter u
sister-tn-law.. Servlfces, Delancy of ColUmbUs; management:: real estate NO QUALIFYING Duplex $500 42nd st.; Total $8.@50. only $300 "
; down and move, in.., Both apart'
620' NW 8th St. FR7-2902 down and $70 month" pays all
4:30 in the
p".m.
: chapel .
Saturday ments have 2-bedrooms and one CBS:
2 bedroom "
Very large
A. C. Mozell officiat MRS OLIVIA JOHtfgON of .
apartment is fullY. furnished.Lot ..
.
142% NW 15th St. died FURNISHED efficiencies, utilities large Florida room, nice lot..
Moral
ing.,, is extra large' and runs
cleanand comfortable
15. Services Saturday'' included. $12.50 a week. very !
3 p.m. at right into Manor Park Lifo' utility room.,,A.. Ben-Korl.. Realtor -,t ,
1320 NW 72902.
8th St. FR.
MRS. LOLA BELL FRANKLIN Temple. Baptist Church. with Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PI, 714 NW 62nd St 1 Nltes, PL- "
of 1900 NW 55th St.. died Rev. L, A. Thompson officiat '. 9-4371. Open Sunday.kO, 9-5533. Days 754.3-13kOpen:Sutv- ,
March 15. She is ,survived by ing? Remains will He at her FURNISHED or Unfurnished day, '.. b'1"ltH
9
her father and stepmother, M .. home beginning 7' p.m. Frida.Sutvlvors .-. apt in Opa-locka area. 1-bed- BEST LOCATION CDS across vi..
and Mrs., Oliver Redding, her include a son, Wll- room unfurnished. $15 week, 2- Manor Park. ..
,
street from Priceis
bedroom unfurnished. 1- Beautiful Very large 2 bid"room
foci $18
,
; nephew, Bekhart
mother and Mr. Etubbs
step-father. and ; ,
,$9,000, $300 down $73 month ,
niece Mrs. Louise bedroom furnished $21, 2-bed- CBS Inc me'roperty,-
Elton Kelly, ,six children Stuart; a
Mrs. and you pay it- offcin 15 years. will month *
Clifford and granddaughter.MRS. rooms furnished $25. Call Mlc- : that rent for $100 a ;
Including Edmls '
kins Rental Agency. NE 4-0500. Life Realty, 92 NW 7th .Ave. You can live almost rent free -
Earl two aunts several nieces
PL 9-4371. Open Sundays.
Indf and have a beautiful home. First
sisters-in-law
two and other ERTHA BRYANT of '" time offered. Total $16,500; only ,
relatives Service held
Thurs-
at the Miami 1612 NW 5th place died March 1-DEDROOM furnished apt. All NO QUA JVTING.Lovely CBS $000 down. This has everything. \
day Church of Christ "lth Temple Elder 16 at Lincoln Memorial Nurs. utilities, downtown area $18 efficiency In heart of Manor :park. Florida See this, sure, beautiful proper- 1 .
< ing Home In Goulds. Services $13. Call Mickins Rental room, tile roof nice tv A Ben-Kori, Realtor 714 NW ,' ,
Cohen officiating. carport"
,held Tuesday, March 10. Agency.. NE 4-0500. Indf yard.' JRfjOrt down- fl.nanclng. H2nrl 'Rt 0 Niton'" PT. D.55t3.-:--. -Tiava-"-
Life Realty; 4932 NW 751-3131.: Open j Sunday.
WILt.IE MONTGOMERY of FURNISHED weekly room 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. '

3118 NW 43rd St. died March $8.50 single, $10 double. Mae's Total $9,400, only $300 down, .
He well
known
16. and was owned a the Mlam- Albert . Guest House 2170 WashingtonAve. CORNER bedroom CBS tile $79 month pays all. This is a

inn Service Station tin 3rd Montgomery Ave. ., Opa-loclrn. M29 roof, garage appliances, freshly steal. 2 bedroom, plus large,
, 14th St. fcte l leaves and JOHN HENRY BRIDGES, pio painted Inside and out. Theseare large Florida room, that is n'
i wife Llllle to mourn a neer citzen, died in Kendal Hosoital LOVELY bedroom house, corn- 3 real bedrooms, not combined beauty. You will want this. .A..
daUghter*, Catherine a son William, a March 13. His survivors Include pletely furn. Large: corner with rooms. $400 down and $82 Bcn-Korl, Realtor, 714 NW 62nd:
sister Mammie, Blatch brother a his widow, Annie, a son, fruit and shade trees. Quiet, extra month. Life Realty, 4032 NW St. Nltes PL 05533. Days
Long, a
Weslev, two uncles. Services, Joseph with whom he lived at storehouse. No children. 7th Ave., PL {9-4371. 754-3131. Open Sunday.
5900 NW 23rd Ave. 3 bedroom CBS, large' Florida
held Tuesday In the chapel. 1221 NW 52nd St.; two daughtersand :
a sister. Services were con FUTURE" 117th AVE. Highway room, utility room. This ,la, a
ItiRS DORIS ducted at 2 p.m. on Wednesday 1-BEDROOM APT. furnished lots. GO' x 300'. $2,000; 90' X 300' very lovely home in best loca
P. VOGT of 3589 !'n the chapel, Rev., F. L. Smith, or unfurnished. Call OX corner, 2500. $100 down $40 a tion. Call me, A. Uen-Jorl.Real-
Franklin Ave., Coconut Grove officiating. 15343. month. Phillip Yagman, Realty, tor,, 714 NW 02nd St. NitescnPLr0i5i33 :*.
died March 16. She is survived PL 44481. Days 7543131.. Open ann
Uy her husband, George, a son; FURNISHED ROOM! for 2 men. dny n tt' ; :'
several sisters and other relatives -, JOHNSON SLATER, 2147 NW $7.50 each. 15-15 NW 08th St. Custom built duplex 2 bedrooms ( ..:
of Gainesville. Arrange- 6th court, died at ,home March NE 4-6211. each side. Tile baths, No. qualifying. Just move' 1nf4
ments Incomplete.MRS. 14. Services Saturday 2 p.m. beautifully landscaped. 3 years I have nice homes,for YOU'.td'
at the Church of God in Christ, FURNISHED bedroom guesthouse : voung. Conventional or FHA choose from. Total price pn.ohe'4-
DAISY TAYLOR who Elder Jacob Cohen, 'pastor His 5311 NW 30th PI. Reasonable terms.!= To see call the owner is only $7,800. One home"IS:!'a' ,
lived at 1170 NW 50th St., died widow, Annie and a sister, Mrs. to right party. '- .Call 0316333. 3-bedroom and pno is a 211ed"',,
March 10. She Is Este lela Rembert, survive 3713622. '/Ud room., Both are in Manor Park .
two daughter: Mesdames No qualifying. 3 bedroom CBS, area. Small ,down payment'and '
la Davis and Daisy Cohen; a sis A NICE ROOM for a nice wall to wall carpet, stove, refrigerator good terms. A. Ben-Korl. Real'
ter, Mrs. Carrie Thomas; a broth. PRESTON KITH died at Christian man or lady. Come My gas log heater, very tor 714 NW 62nd St. Nile: PL .
,
Qft Judson Hill; nine grand home, 421 St., March or call NE 48495. 5710 NW 19th large, wonderful for large fam 9.5533. Days 7543131.. Open Sun .';
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children and other relatives. 14. Chapel services were con Ave. ily This is reallv nice splc and day. ,
She was shipped to Madison, ducted Thursday with Rev David Span. Total $9,750, $80 month
Fla. for final rites. Williams officiating. FURNISHED APT With ,yard, nays nil. What can you pay MAKE YOUR OWN terms 'on "
reasonable. Call OX 1-2420. down? A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, these lots. Double corner bush
SHERMAN SIMMONS of 13GO 714.NW 02nd St. Nites PL 9-5533. ness lot. NW 64th St. and' 22nd
NW 68th St., was dead on arrival MRS. LULA MAE JENKINS, ROMM in private home for Days 7513131. Open Sunday. Ave. "
at the Hialeah Hospital on of 1931 NW 74th Terr died on lady or couple, block to bus. -. '.
March 17. He is survived by his March 17. She leaves her hus Privileges. NE 4-0310. "
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin C. hand Andrew; two daughters, -
Simmons, three sisters, Marga- Martha and Cherrle; three sisters $18 PER WEEK. 6 room house,
rette. Sharlotte and Emma, his and a brother. Services unfurnished. :3380 NW E2nd St.: FRESH FISH & WESTERN
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Saturday at 11 a.m. at St. HI 6-12GO.
Crawford, several aunts and Stephens Baptist Church, Rev. I
Uncles. Services Saturday at 1 Walton, pastor. FURNISHED 1-bedroom apt. "
pm at the Church of Christ. He Adults or 1 child up to 3 years. MEAT DAILY

will be In repose Friday at 2 MRS. ETTA MU 1-0325.
p.m. MAE, HUGHES I
1582 NE 151st Terr., died March TWO BEDROOM DUPLEX. LOWEST PRICESJACKSON'S

JAMES MERRITT of 17821 17. Services Saturday in the Newly painted Inside! and nut.
SW 107th Ave., Perrine, died chapel 6:30: p.m. She survived Completely furnished kitchen.
March 17. lie Is survived by his by her mother, Mrs. Etta Wood- Hot and cold water. Large yard
\vidovr, Elizabeth, six daughters, ard; father, Theodore McCarter with dining patio $22.50 pf I MARKET I

.tle..Ch.rist1n!, Claudia, Virginia md an auntFuneral week. 2752 NW GOth St. OX ,
Gloria and Lossie.. Threes 62392.

Charlie, Walter and John- service for William NW 12th Ave. PL 8.3151
nie; two sisters, one brother A. Lowe who died March 13 LOELY HOUSES. $18 $20 and 5830
and 17 grandchildren. Services 'vIII be held 2 p.m. Saturday at $22 per week. Will sell to high
Saturday at 10 a.m. In the chapel Trinity Mesleyan Methodist class people. $100 down, balance FREE DELIVERY

with Rev. C. H. Howard, officia Church, Rev. George E. John.' weekly. Can pay the down payment ,.. ...
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ling. He is presently In repose.I con, pastor. His survivors are weekly. NE 5-S5G6. ,April

MILLER LAMB. a well I two Mrs sisters Jennie, Knowles a brother, daughter and ; OFFICE or store room with i ,
Known and long time resident'I granddaughter a large apt. Also 2 bedroom house ,
l1f the Miami area, died March' $20 week. 22GO NW (G2nd St. Ph. '
:*0 lie Is survived by his widow, 688-1825. M30

Leanner, three daughters, Roberta
Mevelin and Betty; three. FRED FORD of 430 SW 8th TWO BEDROOM house, living Star i
sons, Jimmie, Clarence and Bob St., died March 15. He is survival room, dining,: room FIn room LuckyRestaurant :
,by; several sisters and brothers by a father Rufus' a mother kitchen with Frlgldalre and
grandchildren. Arrange- Edna. The body was shipped to stove plus carporte, 0500 NW _
' ments are incomplete.I Dunn, 'Miss, for final rites. 8th Ave. Phone PL 8-0792. '. J

ij! !f! eJ ? ,
VERNON ROLLE, 12-year-old ROOM for couple. Clean and I i
son of Mrs. Delphlno Rolle, who Rhe h a" 30 quiet. All house privileges Private
lived at 1326 NW 2nd Ct.,'died rears experience bath, entrance. NE 5-5283.
March 20. He Is also survived by ,Be a' success In
two brothers, Robert and Rodney life. Hare a ROOM nprivate home for
and a sister, Debra Higgs. happy home get fined man. 1473 NW 70th St. !
Services Tuesday at 0.30: a.m. at the position '' OX 1-0425. 1294 N.W. 62nd Street i
St. Francis Xavier Catholic you want, get 1
Church with Father Griffin offi not of the rut FURNISHED two room apart.
ciating.Wanker.. by the help of ment. Quiet. Near buses and

Hod. of Let experience my or Grandway a young for couple.a single 1225 NW perscu COth SERVING THE' BEST; '> {;?

year help you St. 757-8228., --r
r . In bOAlneflS and in INTERESTED In rooming Pigeon Peas & Rice .'Stewed Conch. .': 1 f

POLLY ANN THOMPSON, of In work, houses. 520 NW 7th St. or 061
301 NW 19th St., apt. 9 died on Your Joye.psychic. and friend for 30 NW 9th St. Call car 11 Ponded Chitterlings Shrimp Fried, Rice' '/
March 19. She is survived by a Cloned all day Wed. and Collection Agency, FR 38416. I. J

daughter, Sarah Powell and a I. Mill years.be at the big! home, 5417 Jackson. Black Eyed Peas Collard Greens 0. :'
brother, Willie Arrangements 8.W. 17th fit, Hollywood Fla.
are incomplete. Wednesday -
Healing meeting every WANTEDD

BENJAMIN JOHNSON of _night.CALL IN PERSON COUPLE TO MANAGE apart- Specials Dinners Everyday'.'
1756 died March
NW 60th St., ments. $40 week. No children.
9. Services were held Saturday must know maintenance ,
Hunter Man
4 p.m. at the chapel. He is sur Madam work. Phone OX C723, 1.5 p.m. 59C :
vived by a wife Mary, 11 child 1657 ,NW 73rd St. , <,
ren, a sister, Mammie Hampton,
a niece, Ellie Mae Odom. Miami Fla. 0 .1 i
CARE '
CHILD
of 219 sunday Ih30 to 2 p.m. Office'hours MEAT, VEGETABLE AND RICE .. .. .j-'
ROBERT SHAFFER dally 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. College trained mother will :'
SW 4th St., Homestead, died Licensed by state and county give expert child care. Very CORN BREAD OR WHITE BREADf
March is survived by a
17. He
NE
Reading dally. reasonable. Call
wife, fjuby, a father, Willie. Ar- 44046.M30 ..
!
janem nts are Incomplete. I, .a S 1 -iirll2" .. arwr..w



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