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Title: Miami Times
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Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: March 30, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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: 27th Ave. at 54th St.

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Knights of Pythias THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. :
551:5.: t.Y.5.S. SATURDAY MARCH 30 1963 PAGE 7 '

5 And CalanthesRoyal I

I Dade 'Real Estate !
Palm Lodge No. 84, Sir '
Abram Grace Jr., chancellor Board to Meet :'

will meet the first and third Broward The Dade County Real Estate

Monday. County Board and its auxiliary will t'
Faith of Hope lodge No. 32, meet March 31 at the resident
Sir Athur L. Drown, keeper of NewsBy of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Baker, ;
records and seals, meets on the 3102 NW 47th St. at 4 p.m. t
first and third Tuesday. The following officers will be
___ ____.._ S.Nl '.Ft Walter Bowe lVi installed for the year:
0 Lilly of the Valley Juvenile Rudolph Pullom, president; I.
By ALBERT W. COOKE Court, Mrs. Pamela Brown, John Barkley, vice president:

SO IT IS gradually changes Into day, we meets on the first and third u .. .. Mrs. Lillian Halllou, secretary;
NaturallyThe - - - - - -
will gradually be absorbed Into Wednesday. I Miss K. C. Thomas, executive
The Carver Ranches Fire Department

the main secretary; Cliff Baker, treasurer
improvement of the Negro stream of democratic. Gleam of Hope Lodge No. 18, meets Monday night, er.
living. The
race will come through edu first. First flower does not ap Sir Walter' L. Belle, chancellor, April 1 at the Chamber of Commerce The main speaker for this
pear the
plant then
cation. We are better off now the bulb, then the blossom, and meets the first and third Thurs Building. All members, occasion will be Preston Tlllman
than ever before. There are more finally the flower. This is the day. please be present. of West Palm Beach
The beauticians of West Hoi-
of us with schooling. The more Each member Is
way nature handles things, Orange Blossom urged to
No. 16
learn Lodge Ivwood and Hallandale are
we the
rise. Looking higher back our aspirations over step by step. So it is that the Sir Willie C. Moore, chancellor, thanking each and everyone bring a guest.
the Negro is advancing step by step. meets the first and third Sat who attended their fashion
years we can see that learn.
According to natural laws. Nat.
urday. show and dance at Club Paradise -
ing brings progress. A change ural laws are too slow for me. last Monday night. Thanks help. Mrs. E. Robinson, presi-
in behavior is what we need. Ahmed !Temple No. 2 Vot dent Mrs. S. Newton
Mildred ; secretary.
again. Mrs. ones, presi
So it is;: but the educative process Without violating any natural Walter L. Belie, grand mogul
takes time, patience and laws I am for giving naturea dent.
meets the first
Sunday each Freeway Handicap Leaguewill
devotion. hand whenever and wherever The Charity Ladles' Club will
month. end Its winter bowling the
celebrate its second anniversary
possible. But let us not
I don't know if there Is a that something must be gong There Thursday nlghth April 4 at Cen last Thursday In April. Come
was an anniversary
out and see favorite team.
short cut. We are creatures of tral urch. You are your
for us at all times. So It is that
thanksgiving held last
Clover Sport Shop moved Into
habit. Once a habit is set, it's that thing must be education.If Invited to come and learn of
Sunday at Salters AME Church.
hard to break. Our backgroundruns our activities. We need your first place last Thursday night.
into slavery. This Is i the plant is not given suf. behalf The program was welcome on ----
of the
c where our behavior patterns began ficient sunlight and water, it Josie community. Mrs.
to change. The slave Began dies. So it is that if Negro child Roberts addressed the
to acquire the white man's habit. ren are not educated the In. group in behalf of all the ladles. JACK'S MEN'S WEAR
Also Sis. Abram Grace. A solo
Slowly our master forgot .ward motion of the race stops.
much of their African way of 'Education is to the mind, was sung by Sis. Charles M.
life. Today we are gradually what light Is to the eye, it en Woodard. The sermon was held 944 NW 2nd Avenue
forgetting" our places'. So it ables it to see things hidden." by our Bro. Rev. K J. Sheppard.Announcement .

i is The natural illumination of the the of head to
mind is called experience. ((1 Exclusive Men' Wear, from top your

We would have our changesnow am for giving1"nature a hand the tip of your toes including
We would have our station
education). So it is, things
are LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! of
Shirt Suits Trousers Caps
Shoe -
in life moved from what It getting IA tter. In the meantime Hats -
Is now, to the ideal tomorrow! . have hope . have faith The Square Circle Sportsmen Styles and quality at popular prices
i Things don't happen that way. . have love Cousin. Club is sponsoring: a moonlight
.. Nature doesn't work to our satisfaction boat ride on the beautiful BE SURE TO COME AND SEE US
r but to its own. Nature ., Dream Boat April 11 at 8 p.m.
.\\1 takes her time. So it is, from Pier 5 foot of NE 5th: St.
1 but we can alter nature. The trouble \\'itb'olT'ln" so For tickets call OX 13242. Come
{ much about your "security" In and enjoy an evening of plea.
Oft time man gives nature a the future Is that you feel so insecure sure with us. Edward Bogie,
hand. We do not always wait in tho present. liar president, Ike Armstrong, sec Il( f
for rain. After we water the Ion Miller retary.
lawns, or crops by artificial Scho.T: a.--B ty:
wait the
means. We do not for - -'11-
s wind to blow the sand from ItCULTURE.. }
our steps. We sweep it off. By r
our efforts natural processes are Tippie Home Cleaning Service CALL NOW FOR' REGISTRATIONFOR

quickened. So it is, that throughthe ADVANCE TRAINING IN

position Negroes'In America own efforts will im his .OFFICES STORES HOME: BUILDING FLOORS HIGH FASHION 'HAIR STYLING

Otherwise, just as night
,Licensed and Bonded See TIP for your cleaning Phone FR 4-9998 _
1113 Northwest 3rd Avenue Miami, Florida
5101 iirriaifcri* i i' i itirfMy't| a !*aitfThat's
N.W. 18th AVENUE PHONE 636-4225


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day service if desired: a

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Blench I nnd (;10Crranl 75* For Men $t.S
5832 NW 12th Ave. Old 07 Flrrgamont JlalrVrllllle)" French Lilac
Dressing 50* and $100 Bath Oil $1.10 RYIi; r r r
Straightening ConRCfttald Room
t Phone Comb 79* to $2.08 Vaporizer reg. $2 only 1.89
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Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Ga Store

NO DOWN Newly painted Venetian Blind,

PAYMENT Washing Machine Laundry Room '
Over Twenty Tears of the taste you get-with ,
Free Parking Auto hot water heater

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RANGE ,. Mrs.: C.. L. Ross, reporter
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."" 't,,< of 1844 NW
: .' \ il' ; )' fI't WILLIE WRIGHT
.' j. j : 2nd Ct., died March 20. He is Club heUMts monthly meeting

.' w.w survived by Ellen Kimbal and Monday night at the home of 1i :;;;;;
i Vanderville. He was shipped to Mrs. Lambert, ;1441 NE 153rd w. i
..-foe Meeting waSt'called'; to order AI R.oim'' -...nil I...
Ga. Thursday St. toYIaN1IDit'ReiylJl
I : : ,Waynesboro, _., Mrs. I,- .Craw-
: i' : I final rites.Services. by the-president'.,..' j

I : for Miller LamU of ford.After the transaction bf4fus r": ". nelghfcoA: on advice a

, I II ; 1934 NW 68th St. will be held ness everyone was thanked for security benefits aSitTSj
4'T Patrick Tea a
I I at 1 at Shiloh making our St. prove to
Saturday p.m. be costly If the neighbor
1 1I in A lovely repast was is
Baptist Church. He will be success. una
1I Mrs ware of the most
the hostess, recent
He is served by
I repose Friday at 2 p.m. ments
i Crawford to the social securityTwi
I survived by his wife, Learner, Hazel .
jA.F [ several sons and daughters. Special thanks go to those,I Edward P. Blonston
who participated In our program social

WILLIAM STIRRUP SR., of : Mesdames Pinkie Lowe, 'security MIami North district office manager In the
died his Gertrude Whitier, Willie B. cited the
G337 NW 21th St., at case of an 81-year-old
( home March 20. He was a long Sanders, Miss Florence Rogers, rancher, William Florida
Miss Mamie Bishop, Miss Vickie Washburn, of
time resident of this area haying Lakeland. The
come here In 1912. He is survived Hall, Miss Beverly Brokn, Wan Washburn information Mr
Gaines Little Diane Jackson, got from a friend
by his widow, Alice. Ar- na ,
[ rangements are incomplete. Vernell Smith, and Dora Copeland cost him several thousand dol.
I I II II Ii It It lars. He did not apply for his

EDWARD GORDON of 5622 social security benefits until
.the fall of 19G2
I NW 21th Ct., died March 26 at but he could
I his home. He came to Miami in have begun receiving monthly
1957 and is survived by his wife social security checks in April
1950 Mr. Blonston
,Lillie Mae; two stepsons; two fVvxy said Since
sisters. Arrangements are incomplete may be paid for no
more than 12 months back, the
t elderly rancher lost five years
CHARLES SHEPPARD of rd 3ff.. q of payments.The .

450 NW 21st Terr., died March district
26 at the Paravllla Convalescent out that several manager pointed

home. He is survived by a close changes, to.the social proposed
friend, Rev. C. W. Preston. Services security
: are: introduced: into Con-
were held Friday in the gress'each
1 only
chapel with Rev. Preston offi
a small number of these propo
I ciating. sals become law those
that do
z 1yk
t t t RUFUS ALLEN died March *k may materially affect benefit
rights. Such
things as the
V I _MMHMP Mi M MOTHNOTMHMMOTMP M* K W 27 as a result of an unfortunate
amount of covered work .
\ Representative William C. Association of Colored Women's I accident. He lived at 7090+ NW needs to be_eligible for bene person

Cramer! (R. of Fla.), left wel Clubs, and a Citizens Commit 29th Ave. and Is survived by his fits (less now than it used to

comes Edward W. Brooke, attor tee. Brooke, who was elected as oarents, Rosalyn and Earl Graham be) or the amount of
ney general for the State of the first Negro Attorney General two sisters, three brothers, while money a
can earn continu
Massachusetts' chief law enforcement in Massachusetts historylast several uncles and his grand- person
ing to collect
officer met with Re November, called on his mother. Arrangements are In some benefits
(more now than it used to be)
publican lawmakers at fellow Republicans to continue complete.
a recep
tion at the Congressional HotelIn their fight for Negro rights and --- -.,-.- are affected by the amendments.4th .

the Capital and Inter attend. cautioned Negroes to be "dis POLLY ANN THOMPSON of Teacher I Neighbors may try to save a
( ed a dinner in his honor at the criminating": in their political 301 NW 19th St. died March 19. Speaks person a trip to the local social

International Inn sponsored by affiliation so they will not be Services Sunday at Palmetto. AtUMDr. security office by giving adviceon
the District of Columbia Republican taken for granted by any one She I is survived by two daughters retirement benefits, disability
Committee, the National party. Sarah Powell and Albertha
Minor Ruth Willard. professor of payments or cash benefits to
J James; Williams.two sons, Willie and social science at the Universityof surviving widows and childrenof

Miami, had as a resource a deceased wage earner, but
Personal, MentionThe the only to make absolutely .
THEODUS SMITH of 1781 teacher recently, Osborne D. way
NW 61st St., died March 20. The Carey Mr. Carey serves as a sure that the information is
MRS Club honored the body was shipped to Steven's classroom teacher at A. L. Lewis up to date is to call or visit the

Senior, CItizens' of Jolllvette Funeral Home, Valdosta, Ga. for Elementary in! Homestead. ; office, Mr. Blonston said.
:Plaza 'with a second holiday . .'. ' (: burial service.
party on Saturday, March 17. .\ ... '..\... .. tI He is survived by his I Mr. Carey delivered a masterful Many 'hundreds of dollars
This time it was Saint Patrick's .' . mother, piesentation entitled "Bees have been lost by persons unaware -

Day. An added surprise was /" ,: A Social Insect," on Monday that those 72 years of age

door: prizes,' 1 bagged; groceries. ." Francis March 18. or older can earn as much mon
. . ey as they wish and still draw
lie was well received by the all of their social security
While Mrs. Carey B. Preston MRS. LORINE McKINNY students in Dr. Willard's social
national executive secretary of .ff. / .. SMITH of 1233 NW 62nd Lane studie.; cld.s. They observed and monthly checks.Mr. .

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sororitywas died at her home on March 24 reviewed many charts and ex- Blonston urged all resident
enroute home from official ,
Arrangements are incomeplete. hibits which further explained not to rely on advice that
business In Nassau, members of .
; Survivors Include her hsuband his discourse.
A Con
r very interest may have become outdated.
the local chapter of Alpha Kappa Elbert
; two sons, Albert and ing and
question answer period tact your local social security
Alpha luncheoned with her -4- s s# Theodore: a daughter delighted all
participants. office
at the Miami International Air. mother. Louie ; for information..
port. Old Buddies ReuniteA I :
1Lsr0Tthcr' Albert; two sisters,

Bethel AME Church, Choli' reunion was held here re pKiiHa Mae na Williams and Mrs

No. 2 entertained guests' at its cently between three Old Buddies Lee Oyer Reedie.Butler; aunt, Mrs.

annual Spring Tea, which was of World War I who left P

held Sunday, In the lower audi Miami together, soldiered in BABY GIRL BURROWS
torium of the church. Guest France together and returned to Nw 4th Ave. of 501
soloists were Theresa Lewis and Miami together. They were Graveside, apt. 324 died
members of the outfit S5ShTh2i services
Balwwln Hep/burn. Mr. David same -
Ivey Is president. Battery E 350th Field Artillery vivors Thumjav are ::her, March 28. Sur-

AEF. It was their first., time to parents.

:Mr. and' Mrs. Rothwell Smith gether in 35 years. I

of New ,York City were recent From left to right: Harold Richardson .
;house guests of their niece, Mrs. Butler, New York City, 'Frank
I Blanche Dean. While in this Straughter and Richard Wallaceof I I EUGENE CANADY of 2679 '

"F .lr. ,City the Smiths were Miami. Percival Ave, died March 21 _
royally entertained by their He is survived by his wife c--
n"eces.and friends. Among courtesies LID CITY, ELEM Marv] and three brothers, Willie,, 4, / '
I I James and A l
shown were parties, and T. J. Wilson. Services
a dinner, ,given In their honoras Under the direction of Mrs. Saturday, March 30 at 12 noon : ,
I well as-a,trip to Bimini. They Telly, the PTA president, aMother's from Macedonia Baptist Church t r
reported:such an enjoyable first Club,, has been organized in Coconut Grove with Rev.
at the school. And as its first Finlayson
'visit that they plan a return ; officiating.
\ trip In\the, near future. project, the group, directed by '
I : Mrs. Susie Smith, plansa fashIon I'I M RS MAGGIE SLATER :

,j '4 ' ..*Invites ilr' tn..the mall for the *, show. It Is hoped ,that ,1860 NW 1st Place died March of -

Business W. R. Club's Champagne everyone In the community will 23. She is survived by four
) Sip' on Sunday, March 31 assist these parents in trying to Leonard Jr., Willie Louis and

\ .at',the Brownsville home of Mrs.: provide a worthwhile program Alexander and a daughter Ethel I I ,
for the As Is'
.Veronica Williams.. community. customary Mae. Services Saturday at 3
t,a., ',* there' will be, a souvenir from St. .James BantChurch p.m.

..\ booklet; hence patrons may subsclrbe with Rev. John Johnson
r'A speedy to Aaron offirl-
recovery : to same: by, paying $1.00. atlng.
Slaughter, well known Mlam- '
confined Our new addition to the .faculty
lanirVho.'was recently
*,to Christian Memorial Hos Is Mrs. Elizabeth Smith. rra
She has come to us with'an; ing herself for the
pital but'who Is now recuperat- coming: Dade
array of sunshine. She is ;ever County Elementary
ing at home. Teachers'ACE
,0- ,. . busy and Is always willing to. Play. Among ''so urea above" are the "Calyp of hilarity and Joviality, traditionally
Downbeats i
Geet. well wishes are extended assist any teacher, above 'n.d'' Dorothy Kimble SheryiHoS one of the six associated with the Bahamas
: beyond the line of duty: It ,to Mrs. Arlene Williams a Linda The Bahamas cannot afford to
: with open 'arms that the facul- Wig/all. Rosalind Smith sponsored -
by this with gaiety
teacher at Douglas Elementary John the UI.Y and event packed
welcomes Y
J\\ ,School, who Is convalescing at ty her. Raney, Anthony Burns, and of the G. W. Club grOUp and entertainment furnishedby
:The Class Carnell Mattox.We Carver
tonic Resurce under the YMCA Branch these groups, as well as
direction of Mr. Bv Ricardo Saturday, March 30, 7:30:
were particularly proud p.m. In the dancing by their'' torrid tempo.
:;tubers and friends of James Thomas, Is about to finish Its of our boys and girls on last association. Breezeway of the
I' first monthly ."The March Mrs. Ina Blackshear and Mrs.
E:Scott Community Association : newspaper, Saturday, 15.
gave ;a dinner at Hampton Resource Class Courier." The shared In the Art Exhibit, Indvlduals Among the other groups and Edith Barfleld, advisors, are
I)' House last Wednesday evening editor-in-.thief Is Rosalind Smith which was sponsored by the, Caly appearing are "The requesting that all In attendance
for Mts. Helen Mandlebaum of and ,Myrna Copeland is Its assis- American Association of Unl. "Phillip sonians, "The Elkettes," come attired like the islanders

Atlanta. She is a field worker tant editor. You may look forward versity Women. Thanks, boys "Little" and The PhUpetts," so as to put themselvesIn
/ for the Southern Region of the to this publication monthly. and girls for bringing home a and his Dianne Uand.According Reed and Mizell the mood of this first annual
{ I National Federation of Settlements host of blue ribbons. event.A .
I and Neighborhood Cen Irene Edwards narrator for Mrs. Mary F. to Barbara
I Williams, print and Dykes nominal fee will be cnarged -
ters of, which JESCA is a mem* the Liberty City Elementary pal; Denis R Thomas IV re- the Jimmy Tri Smith, presidents of and refreshments, consistingof
ber. School Players, is busy porter. HI-Y and HI-Y
prepar- anyone interested Clubs, conch salad and fritters, hot
in an evening dogs and sodas will be-on sale.

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Ten of Greater Miami's most Bobbie Zeigler 149GO Filmore Vera Williams of'Opa-iocka, i$
attractive young ladled, vying St., Richmond Heights, is a I a substitute teacher.iji the county .
for tha coveted title of "MissAlpha" Florida A and M University system -
for, 1903-1964{ (; were roy '
ally entertained at Miami's fabulous graduate and a teacher at Fran. Vivian White U t a ;professional
Playboy Club ,in initiating ces Tucker Elementary. modal and a teacher' nt"1\1I.
this annual event. ami Northwestern.

Seeking the crown this year A
along with the previous queen, rl w. Foreclosed
Alfredia Portier, will be Juanita I Special
Bynoe, Samantha Edwards, bedroom' bargain a4 HiR t y,1
Florence Griffin, Cora Kenzie, ,
Margie Martin, Vivian White, Just' like new
Shirley Williams, Vera Williams .
and Bobbie Zeigler. Open Sun. 46 p.m.

The proceeds from this event v J Call builder JE 1-5973
are used to provide scholarshipsfor .
students from this area. J $13,900

dies.Meet The five other of five these will young be presented la. Juanita Bynoe, 7152 NW 14th TIMI;; YURO
next week. Ave., is a product of Miami pubic 2262 NW 63rd St.THETIP Admission
,tq.o u I schools. ,- ..__ ....._ _. _.". ._ . ... ... .... :' Friday & Sunday $1.50, Saturday $2.00

15Gth Alfredia St., Opa-locka Portier,, is 2540,an education NW ... -,, .. .- ,, .,",. .. , .: ..l. ,. .. .. - ,... r. --

sophomore at Dade Junior '" -, .' .- Coming.;next Fx & April. 5 .t'f
Atty.College James and Matthews.secretary ,to TOP ,LOUNGE. ,* -,. ,:'... ::, S'p ** ? i ** i-: __

I Proudly Presents' .

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Miami men have been
selected to attend training BERT WALLACE ,(
courses following completion of
United States Air Force basic ,HIS HAMMOND ORGAN .. ,
military training here.
They are Airman Basic James!
Bryant Jr., son of Mrs. Lillian I
I. Bryant of 145G1 Pierce St., Miami 3704 Grand Avenue' Coconut: Grove \
and Airman Basic Walter I Ir
G. Spears III, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter G. Spears of 6401 - ---. '" --- ------- ----- _,
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409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7-2294 SOLOMON BURKE

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g tia gtfs ags g5g ftgtf
have over 350 homes for sale in all areas. We
April 12 13 14PILL
will help you finance the home of your choice. ,
Charlie H. Harris of 6720-A
10th Ave. has been recently 1-1157 N.W. 46th Street $500 down ..
promoted to the position of Regional
Manager for South Dade 2-bedroom, 1 bath, large garage. 4 years old -
for the Bacco Wine Distributorsof Drive by this one. Ask for Sonny Wright for this
Miami. Henry Caponi 1 is the one. 4 rA,
owner of the company here. Mr. if
Harris is the son of Mr. and 2-1281 N.W. 53rd Street $400 down
Mrs. Ben F. Harris, who resideat
5240 NW 30th place. 2-bedroom furnished home near Grandway Mar- '
ket. No qualifying. Open, Sunday 1 to 6. Ask for ) 14 I

Miss Lee. ;
3--1402 N.W. 45th Street-income)I property
Spiritual Healer and ; ,
EZ terms. 2 house on 1 lot. No 'qualifying; 'Corner -

AdVisor property Near"'school l; bus. Ask for LoU Step. '
for this deal .' k
Is here to help you through all N4'i !5 d

problems of life. Are you wick? 4-2903 N.W. 55th Street $195 down '$79 month
Large 3-bedroom house. Move right in.
Do you need help? See her at: \

9751 N.W. 27th Ave. 5-1511 N.W. 42nd Street $25 week
2 CBS homes on 1 lot Only $250 down HALEY and his COMETS
$1.00 reading with ad
6-4502 N.W. 23rd Avenue $15 a week $

I .. .. m....... .... 1-bedroom CBS house for rent (rear) EASTER SUNDAY, APRIL 14, 3:30 to 5,30 p.m.CLYDE .,

7-1935 N.W. 43rd Street $450 down $65.09 Mo. J

For Rent 2-bedroom CBS home. Partly furnished. Ask for !
MU Lee. Coming April 18 -20
Furnished' or nnfurnlsher apt.
Opa-locka, down town Liberty

City, Brown Sub. Or call: ARE OPEN EVERY NITE TIL 8 P.M. KlU ..IVsSMI "CHAMP CHIMP" ,' '
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AGENCY' Ambassador to., :i

NE 4-0500 569 N.W. 54th Street PL '7-2559 19 countries iY i

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St. Patrick's Day party was
sponsored for the Jollivette I
Plaza Senior Citizens by the GOOD/VEAR
MRS Club on Saturday, March
16 at .3 p.m. in the communitycenter. H

The club room was beautifully
decorated in green and white
with the Shamrock and Irish
hats the walls givinga
adorning I hOSs ) t 4
colorful party atmosphere. y 5
The MRSClub members were LOAD $5S3Q ;
charming hostesses under the & / _f SM
direction of Mrs. Autherene
Strapp, their dynamic president.The .
refreshment taule was a
real conversation piece laden
with green and white favors
and goodies in a variety of
sandwiches. Ice cream and can

dy.The door prizes were useful ,
packages of items for the pantry S
shelf, and created many :!s
echoes of oohs and aahs, and
my lucky day.
In addition to having fun a-
plenty, they shared the party
with shuts-ins by carrying them
greetings and refershments.A d{. AIRCONDITIONER I I
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South Florida AME Laymen to MeetThe

laymen of the South Fla. discussion. The executive board For your Information the
AME Conference will meet In was unanimous In Its adaptationof Connectional Meeting will be
their first this theme.It held in Detroit, August 5-10;
quarterly meeting the State Meeting at Leesburgin
for 1963 at St. Paul AME will be at this meeting that. July, and the Electoral Col.
Church, Coconut Grove, Miami, delegates to the Connectional' lege at Delray Beach May 0.
Sunday, March 31, at 11 a.m. Lay Meeting, State Lay Meeting

The conference president Mrs. and the Electoral College will Laymen, attend these meet
be elected. All district presidents ings and learn to know your
Irene L. Is all
Taylor calling
will make their statistical l church so your church will
district officers conference officers *
'* members reports for the quarter. learn to know you.
_ and to be In at
tendance. The theme for this

i E session" will be "Church Deco- THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
: rum. I I
z SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1963 PAGE 11
Everyone is asked to come -
__ :1. prepared to take a part In this
Sunday there will be Love Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor I
Gospel SpectacularThe Feast. On the fifth Sunday Miss Dorothy Major, reporter
which Is March 31 there will Sunday is visitors day at the .
Choral Group of Miami be visitors day, Each memberIs above church and each memberIs
presents its annual Spring Gospel asked to bring a friend with asked to bring a visitor with .
t. Tabor Women Raise $ 8.726.51 Spectacular Sunday, March them morning and night to wor him to worship with us.
31, 3 p.m. at Metropolitan AME ship with us. Our children
of Mt. Tabor Church 1778 NW 69th St. Rev.J. and Sun are busy prepar
women are Program committee: Mes- Our Junior Church ing for their Easter
mbly grateful to God and to damesAnnle L. Powell, chair J. Williams, pastor. Many I day School are busy preparingfor under the direction of Mrs.program Ver-
our loyal friends who helped church and social groups of the their Easter play which will
man; Azaline Pinkney, Loretha delle Wright and Sister Selina
will be presented. fashion showat
city Everyone He followed by a
achieve of the Farrington. A fashion
to one great. Pecke, Ethel Wills Gussie Er- is welcome a later date. show
successes in the history ofr vin Essie furnish will be followed that Monday
Griffin, M. A. Sweet. The Male Chorus will
church. night at the church. The public
Ing. music morning and night.
chairman. Sis: is Invited.
Our general
EBENEZER METHODIST The men have launched their J
Souvenir program: Miss Mat- drive for Men's Day. They are Palm Sunday procession will 4''
tie Simpson chairman Mesdames Rev. A. D. Hall, pastorE. going all out to make this the be held as usual with Orthodox .t,
Wilhelmenla Sands, Hel Ingram, reporter biggest yet.ANTIIOCH. and St. Matthews combiningwith
en Ingraham, Isabelle Blue, Mildred Sunday will be the observanceof us.
v;5 Francis, Annie L. Powell, One Great Hour of Sharing BAPTISTRev. I
'w x'r 44 Alyce Washington, Zelma Rawls, throughout the Methodist
Barbara C. Dullard, Sylvia Butler Church. This special day In the O. W. Foster, pastor MT. CALVARY BAPTIST j
Albertha Clarke Coretha church gives men of all faithsan 1809 NW 64th Street
Phillip Willie Mae Way, Ethel opportunity to share with, Our associate ministers will Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor 1
Bates, Vera M. Williams, Mamie others around the world, and at be in charge of Sunday services. Phyllis Myers, reporterAll I
Strother-Ferguson, Rose Mun the same time to help church The No. 2. choir and the No. 1 of us felt low and sad in ;
lin. then the witness of the ushers will serve throughoutthe passing of our beloved pastor,
The offering recelvd by the day.Please. our services Sunday, over the
Youth ariu Baby Contest: Methodist will foe: used for Over remember the Straw Rov, E. M.\ Thomas ..... "... 4. f
Mesdames Josephine Love, sea Crusade Scholarship,
Ride Saturday night, March 30.
chairman Ethel Wills Alyce Rellefi Sunday, both morning
", ; : to servicemen The bus will leave the church and I
Washington, Thelma Bradley. Overseas and National Missions Tickets be night, Rev. Stephens conductedthe I
.m. can purchase
Decoration Committee: Alyce projects. services. Ho rendered the
i Washington, chairman; Alaine '1 ne youth choir will render at calling PL 1-0121.Mrs. Mildred Pricesare message that morning. Sunday
Forbes Rosello Walker. night Rev. Pridgen of St. Mat.
3l music at the morning and evening
$1.00 adults 75 cents I
sif service, with the Junior ush per thews AME 'Zlon, gave the =
Miss Dessle Crock.ett for students and 50 cents for
message. They both were in.
ers serving.On ,
Dinner included in
Maggie Scott.
Hospitality: Alma Stephens, Tuesday night class meet these prices. This event is to spiring. I 1'J
will be in charge of Usher
Miscellaneous Activities: Alene Board No. L benefit the women of Antioch Sunday, March 31, the No.4''
Hurst. .1 toward their Woman's Day ob usher board is sponsoring a i.,
iSTii: L Usher Board No. 2 wishes to servance. Spring Sip. It will bo held at i
,:'' l\I RANGE Finance: Mrs.: Mary Lou Nix. extend thanks to the membersof Remember to visit and pray the home of Mrs. Alice Duncan,
Ethel Wilkinson, and her co. on, chairman; Carrie White, Lo the church and their many for the sick. 0520 NW 25th A vu. The public I
airman, Sis. Sylvia Butler andIs. retha Pecke, Maggie. Scott, Des- friends, who shared with themin Bro Casey Graham, reporter Is invited. t
Rose Munlln worked tire- sle Crockett. their annual St. Patrick's

sly to lead us on to victory. Resolution committee, select Day Frappe Sip on last Sunday.
i especially commend all of The success was made possibleby

... i'captains. various and committees chairmen who ofeft. ed.A special thanks to the Miami your your contribution presence, to prayers the cause and AME Conference April 1011Mrs.

'worked as a team to put the ,Times for excellent coverage_ofMRS. therefore making the entire Agnes M. Ball, supervls 3. To train workers for better

program. over. group happy. or of the 11th Episcopal Dis service. : :
",, The' guest speaker, Mrs. Atha. The pastor was away duringthe tract, with the fine cooperation 4. To suggest some lines of ..,
iii :lie" Range, was at her best with art week attending the Convocation of her executive staff, has ini action. ::,
'.a timely Inspirational" message: : a on Urban Church and tinted a long range all Inclusive To speed up the implementa ''
"Faith Unshakable. The closing the Convocation of Boards of program for the awakening of tion of these objectives, Mrs.
(panelists analyzed the word andthought 1'x the Florida Conference of the Missionary Responsibility In the Ball has divided the entire 11th ''J I
in stimulating ; Methodist Church at Bethune- .
Faith, a very 11th Episcopal District. The District into four areas as fol.
-provoking manner. Cookman College. stated purpose is fourfold in Us lows: ,
J', Thanks to Mt. Zion Baptist .
declaration follows
as :
Church choir, New Providence Let us riot forget the sick and Area No. 1. South 'Florida: l
Baptist and St. James AME shut-ins. We are reminded again 1. To sound the alarm that Conference; April 10.11, St. Paul "" ';1
boards. of the Calendar Rally. All memo culture is AME Church
hurch usher our changing rapidly Coconut Grove, :
Women's Day organization contribution.ST.bers are urged. to make your and hold new action by the Rev. T E. Wright, host pastor, ."
iras as follows: I church is called for. Rev. F. A, Allen, hunt presiding
?" Mrs. Ethel Wilkinson, 'chairman 2. To present some problems elder. Mrs. Janetto Kelly is C. '
; Mrs. Sylvia Butler, Mrs LUKE AME faced by churches in the urban B. president and Mrs. Mabel :
{,Rose Munlin, co-chairman. areas. Carroll, YPD director.
1800 NW 6th Ave.
Rev. James A. Grisby, pastor

,MT. CARMEL M. BAPTIST The New St. Luke AME i Easter ParadeloftFashions I I
Church opened In a blaze of
," Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor ; glory Sunday, beginning with ... ."
Mrs. Christine Cohen, reporter Sunday School at 0:30.: Morning The annual Easter Parade CE 5-4017, OX 1-0543.
Sanctify them through the worship was conducted by the sponsored by the Sacred Heart
truth: thy word is truth. (St. pastor with the choir No. 1 and Chapter of the Episcopal Note: Kids may bring their
John 17:17): ). We wish to thank ETHEL WILKINSONour ushers from St. Paul, Coconut Churchwomen, will bo held on Easter baskets or Easter bun.
the Rev. Thedford Johnson for activities. Continue to lookon Grove serving. The message of Easter Sunday, April 14 at the nies. A12 {
such a splendid message on our us, we have come thus far the morning was brought by the James E. Scott Auditorium, 71 it i
church anniversary. Theme Faith. pastor from St. Matthew 17:4: St. and 22nd Ave.
"Personal Contact With God." by "The Mountain Top Experi Anyone wishing to participate TEMPLE BAPTISTRev.
Our hearts will still have some Miss Deseie Crockett, reporter; ence." Two persons! placed memo or have their children par.
thing to dwell on if we woulddo Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor.BA1JA'I bership with St. Luke. The of. ticipate may contact one of the L. A. Thompson, pastor
as he said have that personal fering was accepted by Mrs. following persons:
contact with our God, and with Catherine F. Hall, Mrs. Lilian Mrs. Louise Hunter, CE Thanks and congratulationsto
out a doubt lie will bring us'out ASSEMBLYMrs. Scott of Greater Bethel Dros. 5-4803; Mrs. Martha Strachan, our Male Chorus for fencingthe

victorious.We Hnxton JESCA Instructor Hughes, Hurst Chapel, f'errlneand 696-278; Mrs. Leola Johnson, church yard.
Joy Braswell of St. Paul in the OX 1-7401; Mrs. El lender Simon,
are now preparing for at Markowitz Center, of
amount $50.01. On Sunday wo will worshipall
our Men's Day in the month of will speak at the Baha'i Center, The following ministers and day at Alt. Olivette, where I I
May. Won't you come and be 1 137 NW 11th Ave., 8 p.m. Sun- their congregations were In at. the Ministers and Deacons'Union ;
Her subject will ST. BARNABAS W. M.
with us in our services every day, March 31. tendance and played a big partIn of Atlantic Coast Association .
Sunday. be: "Has Religion Failed Invited? The to the services and collection: Her. E. A. Culroer, pastor In in session this week
public cordially Revs. E. A. J. B. Black.
Cousin Mrs. S. DawkJni, reporter
Tuesday night Is still our attend. Phone Secretary, FR nell, T. C. Kelly, J. J. Williams end.The
fountain of prayer night. Re 1.5420, for more Information and many other local ministers.The Morning worship was led by Red Circle and Sunshine
member the sick and ahut-ins. I about this meeting. offering for this service the; pastor. He preached out of Band, Mrs. M. Hepburn, directress
amounted to $100. his soul from St. Luke 4, theme will sponsor a registertea
The pastor's home address Is was "The Church in a Storm"Everyone Sunday at 3:30: p.m. A spicy
.: I 1767 NW 3rd Ave., apt. 7, phone was spiritually bless program Is promised.
Homecoming at St. James Sunday 374-3288. ed. Music was furnished by the

Lest we forget to make men I No. 1 choir. Mrs. L. Knowles., HEAR THEM; The Gospel
Sunday will be an outstanding T. E. Wright and congregation tion of gifts given to St. Luke, organist. The No. 1 ushers Choir of Mt. Zion Baptist
day in the memoir of St. from St. Paul AME Church of Mrs. A. Range, complete communion board served. Church, Hlmlnl, Bahamas, the
James AME Church, for It is Coconut Grove will worship set and collection receptacles The pastor preached again at Rev. J. R. Smith pastor will
homecoming when throngs of with us.Rev. ; Cousin for Bishop the evening service from Sec. in concert at Temple
former members and friends Club, Pulpit, Communion Table ond Corinthians 5. subject, Monday night at 8 o'clock. This
will worship with us throughoutthe J. J. Williams and con- and flower stand covers; Rev.T. 'Man in Christ. Music was singing group Is hero to accom
gregation of Metropolitan AME C. Kelly from the Old St. furnished with Mm. M. E. Cul- pany the pastor who delivers
day. Church will be our guests at 7 the the of the FEC
Paul piano, commun- mer at piano. closing message
Rev. J. B. Blacknell will de p.m. At this service the cap- ion bU11dlngl pit desk, opera Visitors are always welcome. Ministers and Deacons' Unionat
liver the morning message, four tains will report.It chairs pulpit chair and CarpetIng Mrs. Arlmentha Walker is sick ,St. Luke Baptist Church Sun
I choirs will furnish music for Is hoped that the day will for) which we are very at her home, 1239 NW 65th Terr. day afternoon. Hear them at
this service.At be a successful one, spirituallyas grateful. May God bless each of We wish for her a speedy re Temple Monday night. Admission -
free. Liberal offering.
financially. you. covery.
3:00: p.m, Sunday the Rev. well as

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sad but loving ,of DEATHS 1 .
\ PAGE 12 SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1963 memory
dear mother,
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\ I Audry: Fogle;"a.f.t'ther: ; Abraham,

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7t HARRISON BROWN of '15803
SW 152nd St., Perrind, died orMarclT
CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn w 23'r The body was'ship.

:' ., The family of the late sad but loving; memory ofJur 1 ped to 'Byrd FuiieraI 'Home, .Milling
, '; JOSEPH W. DAMES S.< C.. for final rites ,He is
wife mother -
dearest ,
I wish to express their sincere survived by a wife, Mildred, a
sister, ,
i thanks and appreciation to the son
I -
and -
friends of Miami, Tampa
',.' i Key West for the telegrams DIXON of 1421 NW + ,
cards and flowers. A specialthanks 6th Ct.,.lied March 25.'Arrang Aa

; .....: to Rev. Glenwood Cronin ments are incompl te. He 1$ survived '
1 and the Allen Funeral home. by1 brother\ Arthur.-
'\ ', May God bless you 1 i
The Davis Family
\ Key West, Fla. In AppreciationOn
(I j Sunday, March 17, Mt. 01.

IN MEMORIAM vette Baptist Church conducted
a Memorial Service for the mem
.-......--.-- rr bers that passed in 1962.

Mrs. Minnie L. SeymourMrs. Rev. E. M. Thomas of Mt. Cal
"', .' ..,., ..... .... Irene Campbell
Baptist Church and well
: + vary
Mrs. Wllliecette Forbes Shaw
Mr. John Hudson known minister of this area for

JOHNSON Mrs. Louise Jackson many years, died In Mt. Sinai
who. departed this life March The service' was conducted at Hospital March 22.

2G, 1058. 7.30; p.m. and was opened by Rev He is survived by two daughters -
Gone but
not forgotten. May
she rest in I. C. Mlcklns and was then turn Miss Sally Thomas and
Miss Lafronia peace. ed over to choir No.2, Mrs. Mrs. Daisy Lewin, a son, Char
5 f 4,5 Higgs, Edith Hudson, organist, and Mr.
; And lie W., a sister, a brother anda
Family Hubert Taylor, director. Mrs granddaughter. Services will

Naomi Johnson was the mistressof be conducted Monday at 1 p.m.
d PJ. ceremony and the jolt was at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church,
.oJ. _::::.J.!.l.i".(. I IH (MEMORIAMIn / beautifully done. I, Mr. Fred H Rev. P. W. Williams, officiating.Rev. .

.... MRS. MAMIE WHITE loving memory of our deer Seymour wishes to thank the W. F. Tanner Sr., deliver

wife and mother .1 mother, _ ,__" I entire Seymour' family which attended ing the eulogy. He will lie in re-
the' memorial service, and pose In the chapel from 5 p.m.
. --- sz' i also took',an"active part in the Saturday and in the church Sun

jiiey : program. We enjoyed the lovely day night after services.
F t a4 service, and are very gratefulto
Rev. I. C; Mickins and his
a ,4 {4 members, especially to choir No. funeral services for Mrs. Marie
2 for the music Smith wife of John Smith
f* ";' sw y 4ly lovely throughout 2020
fit.. the program. May God bless Service Road, who died March
.y Wrtr
1 yy f6. ? the congregation and ,keep themin 12 were conducted in the chapel

MRS. GERTRUDE DAVIS love and peace. March 23 with Rev. Clarence
who passed to the great beyond The Seymour Family Brown officiating. Other sur-

March 28, 1962. Gone but not J r r vivors include two daughters,
I: forgotten.The ya., w'Y IN MEMORIAMIn Thelma and Alma; father and
I Family: > stepmother, four sisters and a

Mrs. Mary Covington, Dght. sad but loving memory of. grandson.
Mrs. Ruby Jones, daughter ;3 4sy. our dear sister and aunt.
June, Jake Mack, sons, :. -' .. JUNIOR WAL, Krome Ave.,
Mrs. Margie Davis, _ S. SJ Princeton, died March 19. He is
daughter-in-law S survived by his father of Lut-
'; Tom Covington, son-in-law h cher, La. and others. Arrangements -
Bennie Jones Jr., soninlawAnd \ *, 1 are incomplete.MRS. .
grandchildren. d'\t' ","\ ,..
I :' ....: x 6> SARAH AMBROSE,
3ARD OF THANKS ''1 ,.r. T'; < *x 4 ,p ,v I 1413 NW 62nd Ct. died March 20.
1 \ 1 ifs
j \ .'1 ,i(. / Services will be conducted Saturday -
I. The family PENNINGTO&of the late 0 ,..M.....- ... -,a 3IRS. -_. .._- ._ --- 2 p.m. at Bethany SDA
JULIA Church, Elder C. B. Rock, pas-
who departed this life March 4, \ FLORENCE LAUGHLIN CARNETTA PEARL MORLEY tor, Surviving are a son, Wll-
1D63 following a long illness who departed this life March lam'
daughter and sister Sweeting; two brothers.
and was laid to rest March 16 I i I 11, 1957. ', She will lie in repose in the
wish to express their sincere ,vho passed away March 26, 1960 Gone, but not forgotten. r hapel from Friday afteroon.
thanks and appreciation to their V loving thought, a secret tear, We have lost our dear, sweet F
many friends for their cards, Keeps yourr memory very dear I I mother WILLIE
telegrams, flowers, automobilesand But what it meant to lose you She no more on earth shall roam I f McGETH died at
all other kindnesses shown >Jo one will ever know I And there'll never be another, i home, 15715 NW 19th Ave., Opa-
during their hours of bereave- Sadly missed by the Family I Who can take her place at home, : ocka, March 27. Arrangementsare
ment. We especially want to Arthur Junior White, Some day I shall go to meet her, I Incomplete.
thank W. F. Washington the husband and father Where there will be no more I
assistant minister of the LibertyCity Miss Dorinder White, goodbyes, I
Church of Christ 1263 NW Mrs. Ola Mae Edgecombe, I I can think of nothing sweeter CARD OF THANKSThe
67th St., Miami, for his timely Mrs. Leola Bovan Than our meeting In the skies, ...
:; and inspiring eulogy, also the Mrs. Lena Holland, Oh dear mother how we miss I .. ,*'0' ., .. '? :"'* '" five sons and their faml-
I ,.J, other ministers of other congregations Miss Tereatha White you. MRS. FLORENCE SEYMOURwho lies 'of the late, .
for their encouraging Mrs. Gladys Cody Mrs, Virginia Morley departed this life March 25, MRS. VERNELL SAUNDERS
'j remarks and the members of Miss Linda White, Newbold, daughter 1962. who departed this life March 3,
!, the Miami community in gener daughters and sisters Roosevelt Morley, son Gone, but not forgotten. wish to express sincere thanks
tilL We" also- thank"" the- Ran- "ere Mrs. Alma Smith, sister May she rest in peace and and appreciation to the
Funeral Home ri i Its fine ser: I light perpetual shine upon her. friends for cards, flowers,many and

vices. IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn Miss Beatrice Rolle, sister kindness shown during the
She leaves to mourn: Mrs. Eva Delancy, sister hours of bereavement.

Charles Pennington Sr., sad but loving memory of loving memory of our dear The Family God bless you all.
husband our darling husband father, wife and The "amilyIN
Charles Pennington, Jr., son son and brother mother.'r CARD OF THANKSWe
Mrs. Alice Smith, mother RAYMOND E. RAIN 1:1
And a host of sorrowing relatives who departed this life March the family of the late
i and friends. Sleep} on dear 30, 1961. ) JAMES A. SMART MEMORIAMIn

one, we love you but God loves Two years have passed since' wish to express our thanks to sad but
\ you best. you have left us. the many friends and neighborsthat ray wlfer.mother loving memory of.
I Life will never seem the sameIf sent cards, telegrams, flowers : and grand.motherr

>, t IN MEMORIAMIn What thou should most I call prize us if to,his resign was ;.< .....,1.i' ''' : ,) .'''t" :' during, and the rendered,time of their our services bereave. who. $, :HESTER ROBERTS .

mine ,. :fa' .. ment. Special thanks go to the departed this life March .
\ 30. 1960.
V r We only yield thee what Is ,, ..fj1.. 'JiJ Francis Funeral Home, Rev. I. Sunset and
thine. .. .' '." C. Mlcklns, Canon Charles F. And evening' star
one clear call
Cooper and the
will be employees
Thy done. of the And
Sadly missed by, tt' ,, .,. Robert Clay Hotel. of may the there bar be no moaning
I II The Bain Family ',4f..t;><. -. J,. l 'ft Mrs. Pearl Smart, wife When I out to
Key' West, Fla. '" '; .."' Earl Smart, son Arnold put sea.
: i! '. ; ( Eldridge Smart, son husband
.. ,, i Ansel E. Roberts son
.it'l Mrs. Marie Smith,
; t daughter
,,. ;., Delphine and
CARD OF THANKSThe i'Il;,. ".'' Miss Millicent Smart, Roberts Anthony
grand children
'f,. daughter
" \
,I family of the late ',4 Mrs. Melva Davis, 'daughter Key West, Fla.
\ MR. MOSS BUTLER 1. f" ..

who departed this life February \O, i f'd ,- ..,., CARD OF THANKSJoseph IN MEMORIAM
t'. .._
1j 26, wish to express sincere {;- .... ,
j thanks and appreciation to the !. Bridges the son of Mr. In sad Nut loving
friends for cards flowers John memory of
Bridges wishes
many _t --.n: !'; to express our dear mother,
and kindness during our hourof thanks to friends, neighbors MRS. KATIE
In sad .but loving memory of bereavement.We MRS. CLEO W. BROWN relatives and especially to the who departed WALLACE
the late, especially wish to thank who departed this life April 1, staff at Jackson Memorial Hospital 1960. this life March 28,
HERBERT LESTER the House of Albert and his 1961. and Kendall Hospital for Each
TAYLOR SR. staff. Now' the laborer's task Is o'er, their courteous and kind ser whither and leaf may
who departed this life March He leaves to ,mourn: Now the battle day is past, vices during his Illness and a Each
25, 1962., Mrs. Estella Butler, wife Noy upon the farther shore, special thanks for the cards and But the evening hearts sun may set
Death is a heartache none can Mrs. Winnie Glanton, sister Lands, the voyager at last, flowers and telegrams and to that loved you
heal, Mr. SI Butler, brother Father in thy gracious keeping, the Rev. F. L. Smith and the Are dearly the ,
Memories are treasuries none And a host of sorrowing relatives Leave we now thy servant sleep staff at the House of Albert Mrs ones will never forget.
can steal. and friends. Sleep on dear ing. Annie Bridges, wife Lee Ross, daughter
Mrs. Addle M Taylor, wife one, we love you but God loves John Z.. Brown, husbandAnd I Joseph Bridges, son E. Wallace, son
I And Family you best. Family And Family And Brooklyn, N. Y.
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Classified CORNER 3-bedroom GDI}, tile MAKE YOUR OWN terms' on SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1963 t PAGE 13 "
i roof, garage, appliances, fresh these lots. Double corner busl .
ly painted I InWde and out. These ness lot. NW 64th St. and 22nd FOR SALE FOR SALE'NO

are 3 real bedrooms, Ave., 3-BEDROOM, 2 bath home plus QUALIFYING. Lovely CBS t
bined rooms. $400 down"'and $82 75' STREET to street duplex lots 'xtra lot fenced 100x126, corner ,In heart of Manor Park. Florida .
FOR month. Life Realty, 4932 NW 1819 Washington Ave., Opa- A beauty $350 down
RENT payment, room, tile roof, carport, nice .(
:} 7th Ave., PL 94371.LOT locka. Building started and $70 month.. To any FHA quail- yard. $500 downr-and' bank"fI- '
I I,
needs completion fled buyer. Call In on this one. nancing. Life Realty, 1932 NW
PICARD 100 x 166 ft. near, 79th Strand ; FUTtiflE 117th AVE. Highway \londay. Hot deal. Fenster Real. 7th Ave. PL 94371. L
Rental Agency .. ", 13th Ave. Zoned RVBB; lilts 66' x '300', $2,000; 9G' z 30(1'corner ( ty, 1260 NW 62nd St. PL 9-8770. '., _
Rental collections, pro ert,.', suitable. ,for private residence ,' $2,500. $100 down. $10 a GORGEOUS, almost new duplex
management, real estate or units. Phone NE-3.2835 even month. Phillip Yagman QUALIFYING I
NW St. Duplex. $5pO< can as triplex, can be
02Q FR72902efficiencies ,
.... .. 8th., ,, Jigs. PL 44484. lown and move In. Both apartments . '2-bedroom apt. and 1-bedroom
have 2-bedrooms and one apartment or 1 three b bedroom
FUliNlsUtU : utili=: FHA $12,400 total price. S400, 2-BEDROOM all furnished homeIn :partment is' fully furnished. bath apartment and 1 two bed-
ties:! included. $12.50 :a' week. down. No closing costs, 3 bedroomsr2 lovely area. Ready for Immediate Lot Is extra large and runs room, 1 Bath apt. Right by
U20: I NW, 8th St*. FR, ,72902.X:: '., ; baths, FJa. room. Large occupancy. Very small down right Into Manor Park. Life Manor Park Must be seen to be
.. utility room'andiaUo.. 720 NW| payment. Fenster Realty, 1260 fealty, '4932 NW 7th Ave. PL appreciated. $1,500 down. Life
FURNISHED 'or. unfurnished 74th: pt. Phone PL 46133. NW 62nd St. PL 98779. )M371. Open -Sunday Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave., PL
apt; Irt Opa-locka-'area. 1-bed BEDROOM home, plus Income 9-1371.
room unfurnished. .$15 ..\\7fek..2. ,VERY CHA P, In Liberty City property. A l-bedroom apt 3EST LOCATION CDS across
bedroom unfurnished. /$18, *!< sear 'shopping'center.- PL Close to everything. All furnish treet from Manor Park.. Prices 14 or beauty shop sup.
bedroom furnished $21 2-bed 1-6418. ed. A treat. Real nice, very $9,000, $300 down $73 month plies? Mrs. Lillian Dean Johnson
rooms furnished $25. Call Mlc DUPLEX. Allt: 3ttah, $500 Dn.I small down payment. Fenster nd you pay It off in 15 years has a nice selection of everything .
kips Rental Agency NE '40500Indl) ( 585 per month. Close to everything Realty, 1260 NW 62nd St. PL rule Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave.. In the beauty supply line
? Phone NE 5-8707. 9-8779. PL D-4371. Open Sundays.' for sale. Call CE 54577. M30
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1-BEDROOM furnished apt. All
utilities, downtown area $18 efficiency a I
$13. Call Mlckins Ren
tal Agency. NE 4-0500. Indf

FURNISHED weekly rooms. WIN A FREE !

$8.50 single, $10 double. Mae's
Guest House 2170 Washington
Ave, Opa-lbcka. M29 \

quiet. All house privileges. Private
bath, entrance.: NE 55283.
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large apt. Also 2 bedroom house
$20 week 2200 NW 62nd St. Ph.
688-4825. M30

Custom built duplex. 2 bed NASSAU FOR' 2
rooms each side. Tile baths, '
beautifully landscaped. 3 years .i,,
young. Conventional of FHA ..
terms. To see call the owner "
614-6333. t'L.: FREE!

APT. In quiet <
place. 6300 NW 15th Ave. Phone Open an account
FR 1.9797 or NE 41886.
for.$100 andchooso

NICE BEDROOM. Hot, cold l any one
water, twin beds, very nice
couples. $7.00. Call NE 4.2264 0.1 theselJutlf,!/gifts l

or JE 83164. Mary. r y, air 1FREE. !

quiet Christian home. 1 or r CORY
i quiet men lady or couple. 47th e It
,St area. Call 631-9654. ", s
.'t !;; COFPIK; BltBWBft
,.' FURNISHED APT. With yard i 4-9 cup CtfltC/ty.
reasonable, call OX 12120. :H Ttt9 fffiltl
i3 x
quality product
FOR QUIET ADULTS Only. 1- of/Mad
bedroom furnished and air con Pick card' at Franklin 'Federal)
up your entry
dltioned apt. Dixie Rental Agency ,
Inc. Phone 033-2429. Savings and Loan Association of Miami', j_ 7

1-BEDROOM APT. All utilities corner: of 10th .streot and 3rd Avonuo. ;;i a., RINS ,y, ,
paid by owner. $10.00 a week.
6332429. .Nothing to buy and-you don't even havo'to PLASTIOPIONIO
bedroom DUPLEX. $16
week. Phone 633-2429. 'open an participate. Simply 1111 COO Lift

out the entry card and. return it to Franklin: t-,' Porftctforflhlnff
2-BEDROOM APT. has oven .
range, and refrigerator Free Federal. J, and that's It I ' t J, btt'Aecau. f
hot water and gas. $22.50 per : .4 ;.* wand
week. 3128 NW 50th St.. Apt. 3. oaflnp.


RICHMOND HEIGHTS, 2-beo :::.-?" ft" Compact lamp thrown 4 powtrtut
rooms, Fla room and garage, long-nag Aunt o fifth!
has oven and range $25 per .
week. 13710 Van Buren St. HI

81119. You'll travel In Pan American's Jet luxury liner I I

3-BEDROOM with carporte, and spend four glorious days and ,nights In
built-in oven and range 13720
Van Buren St., Richmond Hts.HI Nassau at the British. Colonial Hotel. Franklin .
I. Federal will pay your expenses Including meats, VMHAOB SITA I{
M1EDROOMS.' New house In mtgnlflctnt'*ddillon to your h 4me;.
and In addition will
Carver hotel, and transportation
Ranches. Call NE 4-0500) ;

Lndf give you $5O spending money. f-' ,

BEAUTIFUL bedroom ,
Freshly painted inside and duplex.out. So, visit Frank ln'l Fedoral at,your earliest

Hot and cold water. Kitchen possible moment. Fill .out the entry card and
.furnished. Extra large yard,
fruit trees and dining patio. you may be the winner of a magnificent
$22."V" Ml OX i-2392. Inspect
at 2752 NW 60th St. Nassau holiday.

just a little bit better for your Current 0
Hour 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. Daily
money, room one man. OX Dividend I
1-C073. Call before 11 or after Saturday, 9 A.M. to Noon Rat ro>>

330.: Friday Evenings until 8 LI a year,

FRAME APT. 238 NW 17th St. payable andcompounded.
Call OX 1.3194.FURNISHED :;.;; '
: 4 I,
2-bcdroom house, ; FRANKLINFEDERAL - 4 Umes a year.SovtoQi .
living room, dining room Fla. I "i'
room, kitchen with frigldaireand \
stove, plus carporte, 6500 "
NW 8th Ave. y I
,U.Y0' +ww accevnl"'WII""f> I
CHOICE 2-bedroom apt. Yard SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI 1o$10.o00by..ftCyo'
enclosed. Free water. 428 NW t .. s Ik*Uivl.d$lat"i G0vf nntnt.
15th St. Upstairs. CBS. Call OX 1001 N.W. 3rd AVENUE 371.7652

ROOM in private
home 146U NW bard St. PL



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MEREDITH\ SAYS . JFK Asked( to End Housing Bias at Cape CarnaveralPresident

' "I 1 Can't Alone"i
t: --- Fight Kennedy has been dated March 18, Roy Wilkins, In the area is apparent."

i white students at the tendance at the University does urged to end "the continuing executive secretary of the Na. Information based on the
University of Mississippi haveno not mean that It has been in flagrant discrimination suffered tional Association for the Advancement finding of Jack E. Wood, NAACP
citizens In the Cape of Colored People,
by Negro
respect for women or parents special assistant for housing
Carnaveral Cocoa area in said that the 1,000 Negroes em- DavdLawrence
student James submitted to Gov.
Negro "Most of the timehe point. Florida." ployed in the nation's vital was
Meredith declared today. Mere chairman of thePresident's
ed out, "I am perhaps the most space effort In the area are denied -
dith said he referred to the vile segregated Negro in the world." In a letter to the President, opportunity for Job promo Committee on Equal
language hurled at him by white Opportunity In Housing. As a
tions and refused access to
, students In the presence of women result of discrimination, the
j and parents. housing while "as many as NAACP charged, "Negro citi-
t 300 WHA-financed homes stand
forced to endure substandard
Bethune-Cookman Offers and unused in the Co zens are
The vileness of their language vacant living and restricted
I he said, Indicated that the coa metropolitan area. housing opportunities . des

I' state of to Mississippi\an extremely"has low degenerated lev. Record Budget of $898,950 An affidavit charging discrimination pite the deep involvement of

I he told the President, the Federal government in the
1 el.
A record budget of $B08OW for 'ident students' tuition from $3-10 had been filed by the NAACP residential growth and develop
ids, I Meredith, the first Negrof I with the new Committees on ment of this community and
f f knowingly admitted to the Unit ,, 1963-64 was presented to the per year to 500. At the !same! Equal Opportunity In Housingon despite the issuance by President

r { versity of Mississippi\ noted in Bethune Cookman College boardof time they agreed to reduce the March 15. On the same day, I Kennedy of"an executive orderon
I ( t Look that he had not expected trustees at their annual room, board and laundry fees complaints charging job discrimination housing

,) the tense situation at Ole Miss meeting. Last year's budget was from $541 to $490. The changes were filed with thePresident's Discrimination In employmentIs
to last more than 10 days or two $856,550; that for 1961-62, $822- will Increase the annual cost fot, Committee on Equal charged to the Pan American
weeks. resident students from $979 to Opportunity Airways Corporation at Cap e

. I really expected that 142.The $990 and Increase the tuition of "I cannot urge too stronglythe Carnaveral In affidavits submit..
board members approvedthe nonresident students from $350 for action to Herbert Hill NAACP labor
Mississippi\ being almost surrounded necessity remove ted by -
by token IntegrationIn instructional items of the annually to $500. the racial discrimination secretary, to Hobart ,Taylor,
Tennessee, Arkansas, and budget and reserved approval of The . exemplified In the complaInts executive vice chairman of the
changes were recom
remainder until review of
Louisiana, would act with rea a mended Dr. Richard V. filed with the two committees President's Committee on Equal
the detailed has been by
particularly after the ex budget ." Mr. Wilkins said. "I Job ,
son, resi- Opportunity.
made the executive commit Moore, president.
ample of the University of Geor by disclose that believe that you will agree with
gia," he said. tee. enrolment of 652 studentsis me that full and speedy evercise The corporation, a major government

The 29-year-old Air Force In other business the trustees an expected for the second semester -i of the Presidential power can contractor In the area,
veteran emphasized that his at. approved an Increase In the rest of the 1962-63 school i and should" accomplish this pur- Is accused with by denying two Negro them em-
I vear. Enrollment in_ the _firstsemester i pose opportunity -
---- n - for upgrading solely
was 631. The NAACP leader reminded because of their race. A third

Dr. Moore also said that the President Kennedy that "Fed complaint charged descrlmlna-
college expected to have a 1963- eral space and military Installations tion In the corporation's hiring
in the Cocoa
64 faculty with 17 doctoratesand predominate practices.The .
4kt The area. The entire local economy,
20 masters. present
f I tourist accommodations
Including company's employment
faculty consists of 11 doctorates,
f : yt Wanking facilities, schools practices at the Cape Canaveral -
24 masters and two bachelors
1 1 Y' tV/y ?d N tl wMA' ': and public facilities, Is depen- base, Mr. Hill said, "Indicatea
I 4 The increase of six doctorateson dent directly or Indirectly upon pattern of racial discrimination
r I .4 the faculty will raise the per the presence and financial support that is a clear violation tf
I / centage of the faculty holding of the Federal government.Federal President Kennedy's Executive
doctor's degrees from the pres- grants and loans for urban Order '10925 prohibiting discrim

4 .' zr ( w n'i'l' ent 30 to 45, Moore added. renewal and low rent housing inatory employment practices
: to meet anticipated expan- by U. S. Government contractors -
The Southern Association requires sions (((as for the forthcoming ."
4 xt pi J. W';? 40 percent of the facultyto Lunar and Nova projects) are
Iz A have at least two years Imminent. The government'srole
the bachelor's degree. be-I as the principal employer
yond In this era of world 'wars, in
this atomic age, values have
a a s; k \ changed . We must discover
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. security within ourselves.

SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1963 PAGE 3 -Boris Pasternak


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i Pack 08, at Floral Heights Elementary .:
School were recently Shown are Mrs.\ Huff, Mr. Gor ,
commended by Scout Field Director ;. Ion, Mr. Kilpatrick and Mr morning flavor of ,.
Robert Gordon and Divisional Fallen-Bill Tyler photo. sunny
Scout Executive Willie
Fuller during the monthly PTA
meeting ;4'1.i i I ,

The PTA which Is the '
big organization of Pack INDUSTRIALELECTRONICS ; '
and > .
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Troop 08, also was honored with I !,
tile presentation of a booster ', chenleu, I .f:I". ,
elub plaque from the Boy Scouts !,:" ,i
of America. Membership In this MINING CLASSES I Y.' : :,
Club Is attained through making !iff\f;\ /<
a substantial contributionto RMISTIR HOWl '

the South Florida Council.of' ,[L RESERVE'i' :f,
the Boy Scouts of America. ...... Fit 1-1419

Floral Heights principal is : J/:
/1 Mrs. Grace B. Albert Mrs. )Jtta- -, :
(,,i rle Huff Is the president of the ' ,
PTA. G. W. Kllpatrlck Is r '
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Samuel Culmer, Institution. -'
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II Mount Zion Baby Contest lly LOU l4iTOUIt 1 7 k, YOUR

"Global Portraits" I is well

Nets Over $2,000 aware of 1903 being the Centennial I
I Emancipation year of our e It'
Negro:( race in the U S. A, there- .
nit. M. u A i>IN1IKADAC1IK
grabbed off the third prize He I
fore we find It most timely to
I. the son of Mr. and MI':$. Lc- salute of No-
one our own great
rov McMahon: Sr. pro Weeklies, "The California
}First prize winner was sponsored
Kngle" published in Los Angeles
)l/y Choir No. 2 Second by Loreen Miller The Callfomla When your head begins to
prize came in under the spon.MOMSK Eagle celebrates its 81th thump with pain, do you send

of publtcaton this down to the corner drug store
; -, year year! as
i'' ." ... ; the oldest Negro newspaper} in for some pills? If you do your
,\ '",,.,''ell the United States: with the headache will disappear:: for a,
: f .4i fact; having been verified time at least. Hut you have not

_..:to......, > \\t'J:: the paper by old clippings} and $ cured your ailment. For head
"...'. ,.;' '. by clearance through the right ache Is not a disease: It Is onlya
I r', S4k sources! at Jefferson City's Lin- symptom, an Indication that
1 1I coin U. and rememlter} we promIsed something has gone wrong In
I' 'f I to let you know about those ,yww.R'dat the body. It Is an effect of disease
k v e p.: 'il I who made our great Negro publications and by relieving your
I -1'; "tick"} wo take pride In Dade County headache you have only killed
.. the without removing the
}presenting with Loreen Miller pain
f :, ... "
J I-!' It. .- who has received numerous cause, :so If you ire subject to
> : '" awards for his outstanding: contribution Recreation Leader headaches, the reasonable thingto
""'-asr4 : .Y. In the field of Journalism do l Is to try to discover what
as well as for his civic Returning: home again is ailment I Is! causing your head to
r :: contributions In Los Angeles William H. Washington, a native ache, Instead l of taking a painkiller
Miamians with his and letting the matter go
t/J" The California Eagle has also along
t' :1 ",, : .' received its honors with the wife lOlolso. and son, William at that
If the cause of
; most t recent having been a .1 r. your
.. "Resolution" Wnshngton/ was widely knownin can IK found and removed your
,... .,. ., "" (". ,, : from the California his early days: at Hooker} T, headache will disappear. A frequent ,
Assembly in Sacramento.
I .. headaches l IIC!i digestive .
'1 .. :.. Since Washington because of his out came of ,
.. r'f', I 10--" we are speaking of California disturbances due to bad
: writer
\-,IoS'M' "Global Portraits"; standing ability as a ,
.I: ,, S' oF' winner the ColumlAis food or wrong food combinationsor
LEROY<: MrMAHON I s wishes to salute another worthy ;a In Essay
\"" .. !t1 IK''SonalityVho l' work I is being Contest of 1951! an orator, winner disorders of the stomach,
The annual "Baby Contest"of : felt among youth and also In of the Elks Oratorical Con- liver r bowels.
the Mount Zion Baptist : MILLER the community Mr. Walter test 1952; an actor and singerof A constant throbbing headache } -
Church on last Friday at the sorship: of Ward No. 15. The Pul Zabriskie, principal of Belvedere various awards and citations. In result\ of the head Is
church, with the winners cap pit Aid Club gave asistance to Junior High School in Los Angeles He appeared in the leading often the of high Wood
turing prizes of $50, $35 and Leroy. The J proceeds from the : where you find a little role In the play, "The Devil and pressure, which In turn Is caused
$25 respectively. contest netted $2,283.5\1.\ "melting pot" of races enjoying Daniel Webster." While attending I by disease;; of the heart kid.
First prize was won by little "We are pleased: to have this his kindness, his depth of understanding Dlllard University in New I neys or arteries or by nervous-
Monlse Miller, the daughter of amount for the payment of a and his untiring efforts Orleans. Leaving Dillard he en. ness.!' A most severe headacheIs
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Miller Second sewer tax and for the rebuilding toward the educationaland tered Florida A and M University sometimes the result of sinus
S. Louise Phillips of Opa- of our pipe organ," said T. general: growth of all . and there he played the trouble, Infection of the frontal the-
locka. Not to be out done by S. Greer Sr., chairman of the Mr. Zabriskie iii keen Interest in leading role in "Down in The I sinuses causes pain In
the girls, Leroy McMahon Jr., Board of Trustees.:: all youth, regardless of whatwe Valley." The play In which he j and forehead sometimes, Just above over the the entire eyes

-.- -. - -. --- call "IQ" (smile) is evidenced says he got the most out of was front of the head.
in the spenldid programof "Lost in The Stars." It was during
JORDAN GROVE M. B. NEW BETHEL AME general studies, guidance and this play production he felt Now you will understand why ''k
cultured aspects. (Your writer his sinfulness and selfrighteousness. headache pills powders and the 1
Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor The second quarterly confei- knows because of her association -. All of these plays were like cannot cure you. All that
Sis. Ella K. Wright, reporterWe ence had a very successful beginning with the program during: musicals and Mr. Washingtongot they can do In to depress the
: on Friday night, March the school year 1959-10GO.) many chances to show his brain cells and keep your head
enjoyed a very good and: Sun ser 8, in the business session!' The Speaking in the light many talents off to the citizensof from telling you that you are
vice Sunday morning devotional::. services were con of education brings several other Florida. not well. If you suffer from
day night. ducted by the pastor after personalities to the forefront lie has travelled In many of chronic headache, wouldn't It I
Sunday afternoon our pastor which the boards made their but for right now we shall take the South's largest! cities giving l ha wise to see your doctor for a
and church were over to Zion written and financial reports. you to that beautiful Island of concerts for the Lord since his physical examination?
Hope to help their choir conclude The Presiding Elder F. A.Allen I Antiqua In the West Indies conversion or change. of life. This article Is published as a
their anniversary. was very pleased with the re where "Global Portraits" salutes Mr. Washington has an exceptional public' service to Interest you
Sunday March 31 there will ports.Sunday. that petite, charming and brilliant robust tenor voice In better health and is writtenby
be two Teas, one will be at the services started with Miss Nellie Robinson which critics have acclaimed Dr. M Radln, 1159 NW 3rd
home of Sister Ada Cohen, 0735. n large::. attendance in Sunday::. whose name::. Is etched in the Mr. Washington, believing that Ave.
NW 24th Ave. This is sponsored School. The superintendent History of the Island lkcause God calls his men to prepare an
by Ushers Board 1 and 2, the Mrs. Cole and her staff were on of her love for service to youth well as to preach, received the
other will be at the home of the Job. The lesson was review as shown when In 1898 she B. A. in Religious Education j I Washington Sundries on 8th St.
Sis. Juanita Ford, 7205 NW 14th ed by the Presiding Elder. Mrs. Oliver founded the T. O. R. (Thomas from Florida A and M University between third and second avc.
Ave and this:: i is sponsored by Allen, our presiding elder's wife School in Robinson) Memorial ; and his B.D. In Theological Mr Washington Is presently
} choir No. 2. The public Is cordially gave some very encouraging of mention St Noteworthy studies from the Interdenominational employed by the Dade County
Invited to attend one or remarks. from its Incepton the fact that Theological Seminary of Park and Recreation Dept as
both of these teas. The spirit was! very high durIng time of inspections- from the Atlanta, Ga. recreation leader specializing
We are still asking you to the morning worship services by the Government of the school The parents of Mr. Washington In Play production, story telling
and j
visit and pray for our sick and Choir No. 1 and usher from the Governor of a visit are Mrs. Elfleater and Mr. and singing; ,
shut-ins. board No. 1 were at their best. the school Antiqua Renlce Washington of 820 NW Mr. Washington and family
was listed
Elder Allen preached.The Book of Schools ,in. and the'lJlue GOth 'St., long time businesspeople make their homo at 703 NW lUst
St. Peter's CathedralFrom stewards and stewardesses In Miami who once ran St.
ProudweJtyou! that
were confirmed. All
Nellie Robinson is the aunt
the pulpit Sunday cers were presented with cer- of Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Vroman
morning the Rev. Donald Anthony tlflcatcs of membership as officers Gibson noted writer who makes
priest in charge of St. :: of the church. her home In NYC,
Peter's Cathedral of the American The spirit continued to reign So WHILE TI IEY LAST
until next week Lou La-
Catholic Church, 1811 NW high throughout the evening Tour and Norda Washington
4th court, announced as official services. Choir No. 2 and usher "Count
say, blessings
a $35,000 building fund board No. 2 were at their best. every
day, and send your Global Portrait -
drive, Success of which ,would The pastor preached a very inspiring personality to Global Syndicate HOMAIWI5 I HAIR
enable the church to remain at I sermon.GREATER GPO Box 072, New York
Its present location when Urban ; 1, N.Y.
Renewal takes over surround- ST.. MARK P.B.

Ina territory. Mrs. Ruthle Mae Scott, reporter TRINITY C M. E.
Assistance:; from the general
would be appreci Her. h'. L. Johnson pastor GS
public deeply neEo T. Brown, minister
.t' We Invite you to a musical
ated. Rev. J. W. Stevenson, choirs
George Cooper was appointed program Sunday at 3 p.m. Music and members of Antioch Baptist
chairman of the committee.5th will be rendered by choirs, and Church will worship with
song group: from over the city us Friday night March 29 at Custom' Blendedin
Ave. Church of Christ and Ft. Lauderdale. We urge 'I 8 o'clock. The public is cordially .
you to attend prayer 'services I. invited to share with us In the
1809 N.W. Cth Avenue every Tuesday night. special worship service. Black
Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor Stewardess! Board No.1. under Only
Nathaniel Thomas, reporter EBENEZER METHODIST the leadership of Mrs. Bessie

The annual fourth Sunday Rev. Aaron D. Hall, ministerE. Anderson will present its
annual the fifth Sun-
Missionaries Day was observed program $2500HEAD
Ingram, reporterIn day. A special sermon will be
very beautifully on last Sundayat a baby contest recently preached our minister at 11
our church. Mrs. B. Hinton, a held by the Woman's Society of a.m The White by House Tea will
visitor from West Palm Beach Christian Service, little Donna he presented: at 4 p.m. Evening
and Mrs. Gussle Gamble broughtthe DenIse Burke was the winner. worship at 7 p.m.
messages. The amount reported for her
The Junior-senior choir rendered was 21540. Donna is the daughter GRACE PRESBYTERIAN ',' t BLOCK
the musical songs for the of Mrs. Pernella Burke. Ken-
day, They were enjoyed by all. neth Sands, second highest, This Sunday at 7:30: p.m. Mrs. k Included
On last Tuesday night: we $210.25: Debra Rolle, third. $W, Urusla Hlggs and the adults
had another great leader of the and Subernla Barnes ''$42.75. choir: will present a Lenten MusIcal -
Churches of God in Christ, Total amount raised in the con. Festival We invite all mem-
Bishop Malehus B. Bennett, test $518.40. hers and friends to enjoy this THE ONE
from one of the foreign fields Usher Board .No. 2 will have memorable event. W.IJ Center
British Honduras lie spoke charge of class meeting on Our Midweek Fellowship services AND ONLY '
beautifully. Tuesday night. have been highly Inspiring.
Sunday::. March 31 marks the The Hymnology and spirituals We have worshipped with Shi- OIM'OHITK: KICIIAHDB f63l d Stsi'orriNO CENTER
annual fifth Sunday YPWW will be presented by choirs one oh Missionary Baptist Chuich:
Union which will be held in and two, with Mrs. Mabell Porter for two Wednesdays and also 1222 N.E. 163rd St. I Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Coconut Grove. We are askingfor organist.Let the Metropolitan AME Church Halts 208 I
the support of the youth us not forget the sick for two Wednesdays. On the N. Miami Beach I Monday thru Friday
and shut-ins. We are remindedof next two Wednesdays we will Sat till 1 p.m. I'h. ft 15-3: 1 32THE
day.Remember worship togetherthis the Calendar Rally:: urgingall worship with the Berea Seventh Entrance on 12th Ct. I

Sunday, you need not walk members to make your con Day Adventist Church Elder
alone. trihutlons.S Reuben Cox, pastor.


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Civil Rfrhfc nnmitiittet Hears Miami Story
.... .. .....,.. .... NORTHERN JOBS TOP SALARIESThe
.0.-- -- ---- ----- ----- -- ",

Say Better Jobs mittee, Tobias Simon, told the ticeshlp programs. finest live-in jobs available
group that Lindsey Hopkins Vocational A member of the committee
t Opening Up School had opened Us: reported that Dade County Junior Maid's' mother's helpers, cooks, house keepers,
: doors to Negroes but only 65 College is turning out Negro
No registration
A committee Investigating civ quail. couples, etc. deposit, no
are attending. He asked;
, 11 rights here was told Tuesday fled foxewhite collar jobs.
I that discrimination against Negroes "Might there be in Dade The committee was composed TRANSPORTATION ADVANCED
J In Dade County s building County more educational oppor. of white and Negro community
trade unions may be growing tunity available] than Negroes leaders from all partsof World Wide Employment Agency
It less. are taking advantage of?" the state. The meeting was
The committee was informed held at the Federal Building
1 that better jobs are opening up The HcE.. C. Tillman of Tuesday and Wednesday. 1307 NW 3rd Ave. FR 3-5755
to Negroes in Dade County, but Daytona Beach, {supported the
Y, enough qualified Negroes are Rev. Gibson's views, and said
i not applying for them. it is the responsibility( of school Special Easter Setup
1 and government officials to -:;.
Harold Freeberg, Metro Personnel < "-
t': : ) Director, said, "Employr make: the opportunities avail For Pictures
r, : ment Is picking up for the able to Negroes and give them .
Adamsfotos, 212 NW 7th St.Mary
assurances they could take advantage
\ colored people, but they have
Elizabeth Bldg.) a
of them.
ilong] in
\ way go proving
Easter Easter pictures
their knowledge and sk Us." "They should make their policy special
blame clear," Tillman said, "so of the children and grownups
Putting the on segregated :
t that timid people will know they ]look West when made witha
1 education, the Rev Theodore
Gibson said, "Assuming lire not running up against special Easter setting DRIVE IN THE THE
the Negroes are not qualified u stone wall." Background. Ask for Louise, the -
how are they ever going to get Simon said he believed that bahy specialist I
qualified if the school j systemis bringing the Negro better opportunities I OX 1-7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.
not geared to accomplishthis "Is' a joint responsibility
?" of Negro ]leaders as well Announcement . I
A ]local member of the as whites."
There will be a teenage fashion -, NOW SHOWINGioIcE'
Harold Kramer, secretary of show Wednesday, May 8, at '
the American Jewish Congress, 8} p.m., Liberty Square Community -
ClassifiedFOR and member of a j special; com- Center. Sponsored by Women.
mittee studying on-the-job train of New Bethel Baptist Church. FOR A GREAT BIG
ing, said that Negroes are ex- Teenagers may register by calling ,
.uoaddc uOlun }som tucuj papnp 691-3124, Mrs. Harris. I WONDERFULTlMEJN6i


bedroom apartment.> Nice, THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. I
clean] upper of 2 family. Stove SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1963 ,
refrigerator, close to bus. $16.
t 17HO NW ..... ,. .,., .
GOth -
:. St. Evenings and "'" -"- =- :; =- =- -:; =- -:; =-
Sunday. NA 17100. _

porch.2-DEDROOM Call OX HOUSE 1-9496 ,or enclosed Inquire i Why Be Unemployed? s'

in ,rear;: of 1748 NW 61st St. '


Experienced operator, good I
location and surroundin '
Hodges Beauty Salon. OX 16551. a NIGHTINGALE GRADUATEJobs ChoicePLUS

FEMALE\ PBX Operator with
typing experience. Christian available for the well trained -
Hospital. 4700 NW 32nd Ave. --

as FEMALE dental,technician.exerlenced, or Drivers to train 11 service for all graduatesAge
cense necessary. FR 95037.
limit 21 55 years
Downtown Miami.

High School diplomas not required

qualifying., very nice Completely 2-bedrocm.furnished Low Weekly Payment Plan

Move right in. This is a very
good buy in best )location. Total
Thorough instruction by qualified teachers
$8,700. Only $400 down and $75
month pays all.)) ABenKorl, tt
Realtor 714 NW 62nd St. Nites
Phone FR 31675FOR I
PL .9-5533, Days 754-3431.

3-bedroom CBS. No .. . . .
qualifying. :; ;:: :; ;:: ;:: ;; ;; :; :::;;::;
wall to wall carpet. Very nice, INFORMATION
large, good for big family. Tota I NEXT ATTRACTION
$9,750 and $80 month pays all.
I Call)) me to see this. A. Ben-Korl,
Realtor, 714 NW 62nd St. Nites !Nightingale College

-PL 95533. Days 754-3431 i 10 aUItIMtIt1

Real doll house with beautiful

Florida room. Total $9,400, only .,.,..... ..... =- "- "- -i-i-- - - -*- --!.-....--* -*--....-*--*--"--*--*..... OHvurm!
$300 down, and $80 month pays
all. Two bedrooms, large living TI- p
room garage and carporte. A. FINEST SELECTION IN MIAMI ninHi
13en-Kori, Realtor, 714 NW 62nd ..
St. Nlte PL
9-5533. Days 754-343.1.

Open Sunday 2 to 6. 753 NW LOVELY HOMES OPENLOW eJllltfl--TRIAL .......,SRIIII< 'I
41st St. Large 3 bedroom CBS, ,
Florida room, utility room, nice UII U oolrmu.tmOIOC mUD .................. HII1I1F1mIDrt ,
grounds. Total $13,000. Only $400 LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ ,puun u.-..... .........MMf WARNER BROS.. '
down, $82 month pays all. A. .... )
St. Nites PL 9-5533. Days 754-3431 -0-

1000 NW 75th Street
Beautiful dulex. This extra
special, in the best location, Huge corner house, 2 baths and huge Fla. room.
large, large rooms, tremendous Newly decorated., $13,000 total. $400 down, $80 per
kitchen, beautiful grounds. Total month. Partly furnished. Stove, and refrigerator.
$16,500. No closing costs, live al.
most rent free, Utility rooms, -0- lath l of Shanks! !
breezeway, extras In this deal, 769 NW 49th Street
no cost to you. It looks like a I!
beautiful home not a duplex. A. 3-bedroom CBS, porch, carporte, inside is like new.

Ben-Korl, Realtor, 714 NW 62nd $12,800 totaj. $400 down, huge rooms, completely THE FAMILY OF THE LATE .*"" ..*
St. Nlte PL 9-5533. Days 754-3431. redecorated. *
OUTSTANDING BEAUTY This -0-- D. C. Stewart ':
lovely CBS has a tremendous 1720 NW 51st Terrace
knotty pine. Florida room large
beautiful custom built wltchen 5 bedrooms, 2 baths, no qualifying. $595 down and of Jacksonville, Fla., who departed! this life March
with appliances, tHe roof, car move in. A-l shape ,
porte, etc. The grounds are land. -- 17, 1963 wishes to take this method to express sin-
scaped and fenced.
$400 down and $80 month. Don't 7545 NW 14th Avenue cere thanks and appreciation to the many friends ,

miss this. Life Realty, 4932 NW 3 bedroom CBS beauty, hardwood' floors, tile roof. M
7th Ave., PL 94371. who extended such kind gestures of sympathy duringour
No closing costs. $695 down. Mve right in. ))1

FOR SALE OR LEASE hour of bereavement.

CBS 2% story professional ,. Special thanks to the neighbors of N.W. 71st
buildng.| Suitable for drug store, NEWS REALTYThe
doctor's office attorney, funeral Terrace and 6th St. for untiring efforts.
parlor. Ample parking, etc.
Broker protected. 2260 NW 62ndSt. II
C88-4825. Open Sunday. M30 ( Broker That Works For You) HELEN HALL, Sister

PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR 4600 NW 7th Avenue PL 4-0655
Civil domestic criminal (Open Sunday) "I;
Phone NE 4-8334 day or night I [



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AKA Sorority Helps Sunland Center i in Fort MyersMiami PAGE 10 STURDAY, MARCH 30, 106?

42, Fla. .'
Heroines Fashion Show Sunday '
Mrs. Dobbs was chairman for __ __ ___
-- - - - --- -- u.
the "Christmas Cottage Fund" Exotic Spice Tea and Fash- the Fashion coordinator, Diann
that raised $325 for the cottagesat ionetta March 31, 4 to 6 p.m. In Reid is pianist.

) Christmas time. This money the Masonic Building, 041 NW All Heroes and Heroines are
was used to purchase basketball 3rd Ave., sponsorel by New working diligently for their favorite
standards, swing sets, sand to win. You are invited to
__ Providence Court No. 129,
boxes, rounds bicycles
lAj there to witness the excite
Heroines of Jericho will climax
::4 i' : things and doll that carriages.the state There Is unableto are the contest of 10G3.for Miss New Providence ment tants. The of these models lovely are beautifuland contes

provide for the retarded the program is varied, sing.
children have
who now a Heroine Evelyn Robinson Is and modeling by tennagersand
/ beneficial outlet for their spare chairman; Ruth Bryant, cochairman adults, a reading will be
hours. and Pinkie Lowe Is given by Miss Barbara Bo'Ney.

Trading stamps are also be. A._..........:
ing accepted to acquire air-conditioners
for the two nurseries. SEE THE WORLD'S
Any brand may be contributedand GREAT PROPHET
mailed to Mrs. Edward A True Loader
Weiss, 1900 SW 18th Ave. 35 Years of Experience
Bishop Hunter Is well known as
These infants ((regardless of PROF. HUNTERIf
age, have to lie in their crIbs
constantly and they get prickly you nro sick, worried or in
I heat and infections very easily.A troubled thiN Is tho place to come
total of 112 books are necessary Don't stay in tho rut, push back
for each air conditioners.All tho veil of bad luck that seemsto
brands are traded In for. hold you in your track, and .
f Merchants Green Stamps. ndvanco forward by the help of
6.9 AYFf God under the leadership of
Prof. Hunter who has 35: years
of experience in spiritual and
occult science. Make your home t
happy! He will show you how i.
Y $i s to bypass! your enemies and pet the things that life demandsfor
you. Come one, come nil. Healing meeting every Wednesday
at the Spiritual Tempi of Zion, Inc., 8117 S.W. 17th 8U,
West Hollywood, Fla. 7:30: p.m.
I L d a
u.u_. __r____ w
The Alpha Kappa Alpha So Negro area for Easter for the 14sA
rority has opened Its "Easter collection. This money will be "+ 5S ,
Cottage Campaign" for the Colored used to decorate the inside of _
cottages at the Sunland the cottages to give them a
Training Center for Retarded homelike atmosphere. They will _ _ _ _
Children In Ft. Myers. Over 100 nurchase drapes, floral decorations _
colored children from Dade pictures, lamps and other ,
County are residents there. suitable items so necessary for
This Is our closest state center a home. __
for retarded children for Dade
County. Anyone wishing to contributeto
this fund may do so by sending
Money .containers will be check or money order made WE MAKE YOUR 4
placed with merchants in the out to the Sunland Parent As. 5417 S.W. 17th Street W. Hollywood! Florida
soclatlon and sent to Mrs. Gus PICTURE 1 mile east State Road 144 3 miles west of Hallandale on
sle Doblte, 1852 NW 50th st., North side of the
While you.wal. road. Office hours 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday
Scholarship TeaThe e- Z!222 l.4!!1 IIIal.I... Only $1.00 1 to 3 p.m. Licensed by State and County. Readings dally.

Club cordially Miami-Tuskegee requests Alumni your MARY'S HOUSE DAVID JEWELERS Got. a Spare Room you want to Rent?

presence at its annual Spring 1188 N.W. 3rd Avenue
Scholarship Tea Sunday, March ... OF,BEAUTY Phone FR 4.1522 Try A Miami Times Classified Ad
?Unt0Krfe held at the YMCA,
NW '15th Ave. Time: 4:45: .
to C:15: p.m. 532 N.W. 2nd Ave.FR -

Many of Miami's most outstanding 3.9239 I.I For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
talent will be present.
ed .i j PresentsDALLAS
Ora D. Taylor, president Je r ,+ '7

Well known beautician who
Sunday 10 n.m. 12 noon
specializes in hair coloring,
General Practice RENTAL

permanent, weaving, cut
USD NW 3rd Ave.
ting and all kind'! of scalp u

Open Phone daily 374-1419 0:30 1 p.m. and hair treatments. AGENCY INC.

5-8 p.m. M2 .., ,

2 a a
I S i..' The largest collection and rental

THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY] agency in the South; operating in

: Dade and Broward Counties'


"rTwooiw Negro Housing areas.



.5 ;' [MEN-WOMEN 18 To 50] :: : 10,000 HOUSING UNITS

Grammar school tufflcUnt ford ', Bonded also has employment service at main office
,' many ,obs. Rude full Info : '
\ motion on how to got a ...*,. 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue

lob. Keep your prttont lob
while train.... .' ". .
----.- "

Rak s No 1103 N.W. 3rd A VB. ... ... FR S4llf 1323: HOMESTEAD AVB.
Automatic Pay N.IroY ... Perrlne .. .. .... CK 5-3533
Paid ccatlo 1073 N.W. 02nd BT ..-.......... OX ,-.....u* 1M N.W. 8th 8T.

Poid V n PW ,.. 3801: GRAND AVB . . . .. in 5-1M1 Ft. Laaderdale .. . JA 4-3357
HolidaysitKeyh .
4210 N.W.7h; AVE. .. ... NB 5160 339 IIAMMONDVILLB RD.
of So. Fla. *
Training Pompano .......... WEJ 8-3239:
North Phone Miami WHaon Beach 5-5415, Fla. 2000 N.W. 75th ST. .......-.....-... 09< .332% J42M: N.W.22nd AVB

| 4nlte 34, 1110 N.E. 103rd St. 2000 N.W. 3rd CT. ........ PR 1-SSM Opa Lock ....... MU S4W17
MAIL Name ..........._____..-- 1 i'Street

COUPON . ..........!.... AP -.. MAIN OF FICE
TODAY City ....._.___ State .. . 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 98733E'OIb

Phone No. ...,. 1


Making Better Plannig Meeting For I North Dade YMCA Hits 185 Per CentThe

Easter. Egg Roll Sun. North Dade YMCA this have been instrumental in
a. I (Racial Gains Than North. week attained J85% of its cur- spurring the Greater Miami or*
--- -, ------ ------ - - ---. Put on your best bit! and tucker rent membership goal to take ganlzatlon on to pne of the most
_,.... . -,"" '''''A. leader trf the NAACP, among Negroes was thrfce ytfines I and join the Easter.Paradeto a' ,commanding: lead over other successful membership. pro-
speaking at a 10-suite conference.. greater than among whites>And Manor Parkon .,\'Egg.14>fop area' competing f q r prams in its history,'
that ,the gap, between income I the.Second, Easter Hunt leadership intbe Greater, MiamiY's
of the organization in Kansas of Negroes and"W1l1te1: ,hasJbeen: and Roll! annual recruiting campaign. With one week remaining! be-
City, Kansas said Wednesday widening since 1962.:,He,Is"sickof oi'i .. ? fpre final figures of ,the month-
that the South is making better' hearing people.say-; "4 Look; .fir R thi8ason e yproii ta.I nder'' 'chalrm Lynvoo8frAiYtn long campaign are', tabulated,
progress. in civil rights than the how far the Negro } flew" tle .atrect our \ the North Dade 2,846 of an anticipated 2,969 new
.. ___' ortui ldwest.-.__._.,. iicotne' minds jo"Hhe 'Yoi.iUL.j2f: DadeCountyV -; drlve br ...- addressed Carter said Negroes were our future crtlzens; slid into the Yl'r fojd; its goal was throughout the County
meeting was by making, too much of James put into motion elaborate plans 300. ,
its labor secretary, Herbert Hill, Mer dith's enrollment at the for a bigger and better Easter This number already over-
and its general counsel, Robert University of Mississippi., The celebration. It is our sincere, be- Also excelling its membership shadows last year's totals but
Carter. case decided only that a state I lief that children all over Dade quota was the' Allapattah is five per Cent short of the Y's'
should have the opportunity to Branch with' 101 cent.' "0p. 1963 goal. However, metropolitan
"The rate of civil rights! pro. university could not exclude a share in the traditions per
Negro, he said. I enjoy and eration Roundup" at Allapattahunder membership ''chairman
press in the' last decade has been of EaSter that have been practiced the H
tfetter in the South "than in the "This is not significant whenit .over the years stemmingfrom Dennis, direction produced of 705 WilliamC. new Belyin Cooper, predicts that the
North and Midwest, Hill said comes 100 years after the the first White House Easter ; "mavericks: the goal was 700. remaining week will put the or.
He noted, that unemployment 'Emancipation Proclamation." Egg,Hunt instituted by our These productive, campaigns ganlzatlon,over its mark; '
19th President, Rutherford B
._ _. ,
in -- -
Hayes 1878.Towards

. YWCA Stresses Physical FitnessThe J will lie held this in Manor end, a Park meeting on

Sunday March 31; at 4 p.m. All JET TV CLINIC ;
National Board YWCAIn Teen Time," which begins on interested,, persons are asked to
1962, released 12 tests'to help Saturday, April 13 and continues come and help complete our _
women .evaluate their physical through Saturday, May 18. Girls plans to ,give the children the _
efficiency (these tests are avail I will have fun learning basic time of their ,lives. This is your HOME SERVICE CALLS $1.00
able free at the Northwest Center ,. cooking and sewing, skating Easter Egg:Hunt, and your help
5100 NW 21st Ave.) (bring own skates), playing out is needed. Everything needed to Day or NightWe
These tests will supplementthe door'games (volleyball, badminton make this a gala affair is being
"Sllmnastlcs' course, being ) and many other activi donated... by various' firms or individuals Service All Makes ofHIFI's
given as a part of the Home- ties. so we are 'appealing
makers'Holiday State Board of to you to give of your time and and STEREOS
Health films are also to be used. help in any way, that ,you can. .
Mrs. Ronald, Edick, program director WORLD FELLOWSHIP We Also Rent
in the Central Area will GAMES PARTY
Instruct the Sllmnastlcs class. The World Fellowship Com Easter Photos TV by the week or Month
Sign up for the Homemaker's mittee of the Miami YWCA Invites I i
Holiday to begin on Tuesday, the public to a G a m e s
April 16 ,at 9:30: a.m. Party on April 17, 10 a.m. to 3 By Adamsfotos 907 .2nd AVENUEPhone
p.m. at the YWCA, 114 SE 4th
St. There will be door prizes, Easter photos by Adnmsfotos
table prizes and "White Ele 212 NW 7th St (Mary EUzabeth
Y-Teen Clubs! are being organized phants." This committee is 'also BldR.) arc exceptionally beautiful
: at the Northwest YWCAfor In charge of the rummage sale and in natural color. Pricesare
girls ages 1217. Stop by and to be held Saturday, March 30 right. Ask for Louise. Openall
sign up now; Pre-Teens, 8.12 are at Southern Bakeries, 315 NW day.
Invited to take part In "Tiny 20th St.




j.J.Ir.J'Ir'.1trR'1t'l?' irjri IP''l.I.annr.l.nnr.l.: <1Cl',.1.<1r.JIIL.OPPORTUNITY : TO SEE THEIR NEW CREATION

SQJJIBB 'Colonial"
"The ''

Restaurant fully equipped. In business for 12 years '

Ready to go Reasonable rent ,,3 BEDROOM

745 N.W. G2nd StreetSee

the UN location 6.8757, then call N. i 2; BATHEXQUSITE

.rzr.What's : -- FABULOUS MODERN HOME'

Will be open again! Sat And Sun 12 to 8

the Difference? 1110 N.W.r 41st St.

Less than 3C a day ,

Tropical Pharmacy FENSTER REALTY

Prescriptions Accurately) Filled 1260 .N.W. 62nd Street t PL 9.8779

3205 Grand! Ave HI 4-0640 'I

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Fin. la!. Per Mo. '" f-n Pi-r Mo. Fin, B ilS28.6I
The Wig's the DifferenceWe '62 CHEV. SI985 $65.29 'bO 1 LARK ,196 '60 VOLKSWAGEN I $989_

'62 FORD SI527 S48.7I '60 FORD Ml/8/ $30.69 I '59 8UICK $1088S40.63
carry only the finest 100% human hair wigs '
61 CAO. $3096 S79.97 59 OLDS $1041 59 PLYM. $62 !
FINANCING '61 CHEV. SI345 $47.81' '60 1 ENG. FORD $5S9 $21.77 '57 MERC. $389


3214 Grand Avenue '60 PONTIAC $1389 S43.38 '60 CORVAIR $3.28! '59 FORO
8 CHEV. $592 $21.93 '59 CHEV. $28,97 '60 CHEV.
Coconut Grove 445.6122
'60 I T-BIRD $172! $52.76SI9S3 '57 FORD $((8.21 '57 PLYM.
'59 CAD. S64.25 '58 PONT. $21.77 '55 FORD
54th Street Wig Center

1079'N.W. 54th Street
Miami 7511318Maggie's OVER 150 CARS $50 & UP EVERY CAR GUARANTEED

CARS N.W. 42nd AVE,
-- Beauty Salon

1420 NW 3rd Avenue INC. 634-7621

Miami 373-9505

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