The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 18, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00146

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The times are changed and we are changed with them a'' 0'1;I

gist YEAfc, No. 21 -- MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1964 Jjfi&AGES 10 CENTS "

Florida Prepares To

.Entertain 10,000 Elks

re it ,I
Over 10,000 members of the

Antlered Herd will descend on ,NOT SUIIK., OF COUltfttt ",
the "Magic City" come next
:August and playing host to Adam and Eve In.
this vast number will be the
Florida State and local Elk Between ColorDr

t lodges and temples. : Walter L. Lammerts, Livermore \
p0.I Naturally, when the annual plant geneticist and! I
convention of the Improved
founder of the Creation Re-
Benevolent Protective Order of search Society, San Francisco;,
the World meets, thereIs
color of
Is not sure of the
need for plenty of rooms California
and Eve. Ho told the
the sleeping kind. To help meet
; State Board of :
this need, Charles North, of
"Nobody knows, of course,
'H.I R North Travel Is appealIng
Agency hut I think Adam and Eve were
to all local residents havinga
Iv him. a sort of In-between color, and \ I
available to contact
some people grew lighter and a
North, as convention housing
chairman, has. arranged for some darker.
I downtown and Miami Beach ho
tels to accommodate most of I Four Sentenced for
the visiting Elks but some prefer -
homes and others want to Molesting Girl

The Board of Deacons of Association has obtained 'a refinancing mortgage note Is chairman of We close to the convention headquarters Circuit Judge Ray Pearson ,j.
at 1025 NW 2nd Ave
Greater New Mt. Tabor Baptist of their bcautful new the Deacon Board Sylvester Is sentenced four young men to
Robert King High
I Church tit NW 67th St. and edifice at a considerable savingto Mayor Florida State Prison Monday
Brneton as Rev. P. 8. Brown chairmanof
serving as honorary glriAug.
molesting a 14-year-old
17th Ave. with the cooperation the church membership. and
of Roosevelt Savings and Loan Shown signing the $U3OOO and other deacons look on. the 1004 convention, last 25
State President W. O. Perry Is 1' Ben Cauley Jr., 18, of 2753 1
chairman of the Grand Lodge NW 45th St. and Eddie Miles,
Convention Committee, with Dr. 18, of 2913 NW 45th St., convicted ',
Employed With out Respect to Race Ira P. Davis as executive di- I of rape Uy u Jury, were
rector. sentenced to 10 years each. Al.
Others' on the convention committee bert 20 and Donald

I ASSIGNING TEACHERS TO SEGREGATED chairman are; ,Charles Miss Mae Hlggs Wood, ,Jes-co- 2030 Corey NW, 10 45th, ,brothers St., who, both pleaded of .

Dr, W. H. Murrell,
sie Giles, with intent.,to '

'SCHOOLS' WON'T AFFECT DADE COUNTY and Marian Mrs. Granvllle Vera Muldrow.Wilson Claire, Susie Louis. Harvey Duty, yt-ars rape guilty, each.were to sentenced, .. .. to. five I 1 ,tI ti;

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Supt. Joe Hall said Sundaythat I Committee chairmen are:
a court decision ordering William Stirrup, parade; Harold coratlon; Mrs, lona Perry,, flo-
school boards to end their policy Hlggs, education; Claude Rolle, wers, Mrs Alto Screen, transportation -
of assigning teachers on a program; Thomas HI era, reservations and Jim Reid, public -
won't ; Dr. H. A Green, de. relations. \j

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Local Crime Spree : J J

y4 Metro police were confident. Ins .of Spadaro Wednesday
they had put an end to a two- night Spadaro Is owner of |
week crime spree when they Nat's Bar at 18001 SW 25th St. ) '
charged three South Dade men The ''two charged with rape
Saturday on counts ranging were Identified by two Mexican "
from armed robbery to rape, women as the men who '
and took them to the county dragged them from ''their car
jail near Goulds last Saturday
Jimmy Wilson, 28, of Florida night, and other witnesses i
: Debutantes presented by City and William' Bailey, 30, of picked them out In a police J
ln St. Petersburg Homestead, were each charged lineup as holdup men In recant I )
O. Brown, Jr., of Mi on two counts of armed rob robberies. .,1
at Howard Unlv- count of aggravated
,. bery, one
were among the more assault and rape. Mayor Says f i
.... who turned out for Willie Junior Grayson, 20, of : I.
affair. Florida City, charged on two "
counts of armed robbery, one Hotel Rolling
count of aggravated assault.

... Bond ,$11,500.. He had no rape I
To charge Metro Homicide Lt., Morton- Folk, Running \

Bromley said the three Negroes ;
LotteryA j
were picked up Fridayfor .f
questioning In the shoot-
I --: downtown hotel and cock-; of
tall lounge was charged Monday t
Atty FCHR PLANS by Mayor Robert King High
Presidential with running a wide-open I
SEMINAR AT prostitution racket. I j

The Mayor said the "smelly
Negro attorney TOBY'S SAT. operation" at a hotel and loungein I''
week In Charleston,, 'The Florida Council of Human the -Negro district was f.
he ,will enter West Relations' has planned a "known to everyone."
primary election May seminar for SaturdayJan .18, "Prostitutes checked In there K I
Republican candidate for from 10:30: a.m. to lab: p.m., at Saturday and work the whole i
Toby's Cafeteria, 2805 SW 8th weekend. I ,

:1 ; ; York-born Paul B. Zu- St. "T" y Are selling liquor to I ,
he will file with the The purpose of the meetingIs minors, rolling people and running
_. \ of state the last week to Inform the public con- a lottery. I want to know
1 '.month. The announce- cerning the, Issues involved. In why the. police let it exist. .t.,- "

: I made In a telephone the Jan. 28 election. .,_... -- --- ... ... t./
with Charleston
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Paul O'Neil and Martin Fine 'the ','Urban' Renewal comm:1* >I'
.u<< r : : : of Zuber's alms l is an will explain the "Claughton doe, ,will (dtecuss. resettlementproblems. I
::L 'j. to pull the Negro vote Amendment. Mrs. Elizabeth '' There wlll I!'be ."af
f. bloc to express dissatis- Vlrrlck Miami's leading authority question and an.wery /period' ,'
.n' '. with the handling of on Urban Renewal will from the floor. *#
"'t ',).a. '' by both major par- discuss its need, and Edwin A,.special Inexpensive luncheon -
Tucker, executive director of will be available


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MIAMI and extension chairman of Southest in the last 75 years
Division No. 10. South Florida Atty. Thomas M. Jenkins, deanof

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1964 : : 1A Council of the Boy Scouts of I the FAMU College of Law
r America. ;I 1 I stated recently at Tallahasseewhile
2 He is one of fewer than 10 commenting on Atty. Mat
persons of Negro ethnic origin: thews' appointment to the Opa-
to lie "so honored In the entire Locka municipal judgeship

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VERSATILE BLANCHE ed back to Atlanta, after her LONG LASTING
GALLOWAY is busy directingher return home from spending PIRI'ULLY RESISTANT;
talents toward service to Christmas there, to be at the GUARANTEED
Greater Miami's Negro youth bedside of her ill mother. l cowoeKaAS. ISHI
She was among the speakers ,.Sot ws r 4R+ E1cK'
Invited to appear at an integrated SHIP AN! pgSS
teen-age leadership OPA-LOCKA CITIZENS'Under ALUMINUM t1 N
the direction of the four schoolsIn FIll ISTltoCATIS
program sponsored by the Stases I c
YWCA, welfare planning council the community, will honor CUSHIONS. SPECIALIZING CALL
and an International Hair- their first Negro Judge. Attor "Story of theYear" fIM AIR. "UI'VIKTIi Df COVERS DAY ORNIGHT
Coloring manufacturer which began ney James W. Matthews, who SLIP .
last week at the downtown was recently appointed to this EXCLUSIVELY i
YWCA. position. The affair will be held THONIWl
on Sunday, Jan. 26, from 4-5 : lloNBO of Grctchcn 75098
LITTLE ORAL ALLEN JR. p.m., at the Bunche Park Ele- OPA-LOCKA, Fla. The
celebrated his third birthday by mentary School. The public is "story of the year" here Is that

entertaining over 30 of his invited to attend. of the late 1963 appointment of ,
friends. tit a n arty Sunday. The James W. Matthews as Associate 1
"Little: i srnJ i1"gamesand Municipal Judge of the Mu-
delicious refreshments at Municipal Court if the city of Fields
Dade begin Lincoln Apartments
the Opa-locka, home of Oral young County men Opalocka.The .
receiving training a special
Jr's., parents, Oral and Marion for new associate municipal
Allen. manpower program judge of this municipally located 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
youths from 16-21, which !is beIng
near Miami, is a 1058
financed the Federal
US III .RS' BOARD NO. Two by graduate of Florida A and MUniversity's e
Government and planned by the
of Greater Bethel Church held College of Law. The
Its annual post Christmas party vice Florida and State the Employment Dade County ser first member of his race to be Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments
last Saturday at the 53rd St. School will so honored in Opa-locka, he Offering Many Features ',
home of Mrs. Belle Hezekiah System. Participants made history with his recent "?
take courses, sample various
Gifts were exchanged among FREE GAS
appointment. i I
kinds work then choose
the members and Mrs. Florence The son of Mr. and Mrs. t
Washington was presented an specialties and get up to 40] Matthews of 1339 South Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove
weeks in vocationsof
elaborate gift for her ten yearsof training Boulevard St. in Tallahassee,
Venetian Blinds
their choice. Newly
service as ,president of the Young men over the new Judge is married to the
19 of will receive $14 I
board. years age former Miss Hazel L. Williams Washing Machines Laundry Rooms
per week. in order that they can
1955 of
ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA remain in the program. DadeCounty Florida or Orlando A and, a M in graduate the field of Free Parking Auto hot water heats

Sorority presented its annual youth who have Inter- business administration.A .
rupted their schooling and who Free Garbage Disposal Filtered water
project, Fashlonetta on Sunday,
Phi Alpha
are unable fo find employmentare member of Alpha -
at the Dade County Auditorium.In Fratenity, Judge Matthewsis CARETAKERS
weather fortunate to have such a ON PREMISES
spite of inclement program available to them actively affiliated with a number -
many fashion-conscious patronswere and should take advantage of i of civic and other organiza .
on hand to witness the this golden opportunity by filing tions. Among these are: the
show which was coordinated
Housing Committee of the Dade
applications at the Florida
well-known Marguerite Weekly
narrated by State County Community Relations
Employment Office.
Belafonte of New York Board, Florida Bar Association,
City. Mrs. Belafonte represented JULIA SMITH TYNES Is I Dade County Bar Association $14.50 1 bedroom $18.50 2 bedroom Apt.
the International Ladies .
bedded at Cedars of Lebanon National Association of Claim
Garment Union which Renting Offic. open every day Phone OX 1.8862'
sponsor Hospital after having been In- ants Council of America, Opa
Qd the show.CHERRY .
Locka Youth Democratic Clubof
jured at her Dorsey High post. .
Dade County.He
ANNA BOYER. also serves at the altar of .
daughter of popular Mrs. Cherry BIRTHDAY Greeting and the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation
Mills Boyer, left our city on best wishes To: Dorothy Edwards and is organization Try A Miami Times Classified AdATTENTION

Sunday, for an extended stay In ..Ttilln Adams. Brenda. Rivers L ,.__ ___ ___ .' ___ _._,. _
New Haven, Connecticut. : :James d ir'Rv s, fti-
M1RS. JAMES SUMMONS entertained licent Wilson, Andres Freeman,
the Orchid Bridge Clubat Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Strachan,
her home on Wednesday, Karen Forbes, Hanna Edwards, .
Beautiful and useful prizes were Frederick Johnson, Marian Da- LICENSE .
distributed to her guests, as vie, Agnes Clarke, Nathan
well as to the winning bridge Strange, Eric Hendon, Marva
players. Beck, Janis Anders, Betty HAIRDRESSERMonday ,
Smiley, Gwendolyn Robinson, '
KETHUNE ELEMENTARYSchool James B. Randolph, Norlene -
Marm Ellise Reed rush- Aranha.
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'r''p--'p-A' : 1-4'-- SATURDAY, JANUARY IB, I'JIJ\9' REGRETTABLE -

Regrettable was the news from Panama that a riot Attention

had taken place between Panamalans and. the United Home OwnersFor
States occupation force controlling and protectingUnited

States interests. quality building
The outburst came over the placing' of a Panama
flag over or beside the Stars and Stripes in the American additions and remodeling

-, II. E. SIGI8MUND- REEVES--, Editor and Publisher zone.There could be reasons for believing that this inci- PL 4.0655

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor dent was just a plan devised. to upset existing harmonyand NO DOWN PAYMENTV'
Member of the National Newspapers Publishers Association bring ''about disruption.If V'
SUBSCRIPTION RATES this be so, it worked., resulting in the death of 21, $5 per week
ONE YEAH $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 four of them Americans, and several injured.If FHA, OR BANK TERMSFla.
correct shooting began by the native
1Gnttwe4 as Second Class Matter, August 0, 1927 at the Post Officeat we are Room. Kitchens
Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 rioters' and it was only reasonable to expect the U.
force to defend itself. Bad as it was, it could have been Bedrooms' Bathrooms
Main Office nt C740 N.W. 15 Downtown Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR 5-2238 worse. Carportes Garages
"" There has also been considerable dist'ruction toAmerican
"CREDO OF TilE NEGRO PRESS" Awnings. Fences
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the property.
of American States is endeavoring -
world from racial and national antagonism when it accords to The Organization News Realty, Inc.
every man regardless or race, creed or color his human and to settle the issue, and late reports are that progressis
legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-the Negro Press being made. Let us hope it will be settled satisfactorily. (BUILDERS DIVISION)
strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men are '
hurt a* long as anyone is held back.POLITICAL. after 61 years' occupation' of this 10-acre 4600 NW 7th Ave.
.. Certainly _____1L.1 .L_-._X.o _1nH"n.r+f\
strip of Panama with & perptjuuuiivuyt yiuo:: mo ", "*'*
U investments on the isthmus, the United States will

not Just bid the isthmus farewell. Maybe there will be .. ... ... ...
If plans materialize and they seem to be pretty well changes in the treaty. ---- -- -
underway, Dade County will be having a school for prob- Both flags are now flying but diplomatic relations
lem boys open by next September. The location, as planned have not been restored. WMBMPROUDLY
: ., will be on the former Miami Junior College cam- Reports are that a revision of the 61-year-old treaty
)pus "at 95th St. There will be accommodations for 400 will be considered. We will look forward with interestfor
4 cays. settlement of this dispute. ANNOUNCES
The school should be a welcome adjunct to our permanent
'educational system' and a force in reducing juvenile de
linquency. t The new governor of the Bahamas is Sir Ralph
Grey who has been governor of British Guiana for the ttJOCKO"HENDERSON'S
Metro and the contractor, Edward Fleming Con- I past' four years. He succeeds Sir Robert Stapledon who
struction Co are at odds over the final payment of is retiring.
$32,000 on the Metro Justice Building erected at a cost I Governor Grey will be serving under the Bahamas
of $5,500,000 plus $1,297,000. first constitution with a Premier and. a Cabinet of Min-
Metro is not satisfied and wants to check up on cer- isters. The first general assembly of the colony met in
tain matters, but the contractor refuses to allow I Nassau in 1729. -
Metro's auditors to make the check up and Metro refusedto --
approve the final payment.The .

court will probably decide just who is right. ......... ...,..... ROCKET

Forty-one candidates are compaigning for the 28 of "FENSTInvites ER REALTY"

January election. We must have our first Metro mayor
and eight commissioners. Two things of prime interest to SHIP
to Negroes in this election are civil rights and urban re you
newal. If the candidates aren't '"right" on these issues,
they should riot get the Negro Vote. Inspect These C4t "
Listen, read, think then vote I .:, '.. !' r ,

Evaluating the voting record of Florida Congressmenat Perfect'Located HomesThen 9.12 'p.m.
the first session of, the 88th Congress, the Americans
for' Democratic Action gave Floridians rating as follows: call us TUES. THRU SAT.
Senators George Smathers, 44 per cent; Spessard Hol-
land, 35 per cent; Dante Fascell, 82 per cent, and Claude -+-
Pepper 91 per cent. 1-6320 NW 29th Ave. (new) 3-bedroom, 2tt bath. ..-..--.-..--.-.---.-.-.-.-...
Of 14 Floridians in Congress, two got zero ratings. Small down payment.
They were: William Cramer of St. Petersburg and Ed- .
ward Gurner of Winter Park. Both are Republicans. -- -
The average liberal quotient for Southern Demo- 2-1868 NW 51st Terr. (new) 3-bedroom, 2 bath,
cratic Senators, according to' ADA, is 25 per ,cent. So EZ terms. SALON
Smathers and Holland made the grade but were below ; ;
the 50 per cent rating of all Senators. I I Specializing in styling, tint-
Looking at the House, our two Miamians were far 3-1910 NW 55th St. (new) 3-bedroom, 2 baths. ing, cutting and growing
ahead. A complete study will be reported in, February. Good deal. Flora Jones

DON'T GAG McNAYR -+- 6316 NW 15th Ave.
Nobody is going to gag Metro's Manager Irvin 4-1120 NW 39th St. Total $9,000, 2-bedroom, 1 Bus. 691.7281
McNayr. He said he: would rather resign. However there bath, only $300 down. FHA.
Res. NE 4-5895
will be no reason for his resignation.On .
Tuesday the commission voted 9-3 to give the -+-

manager the right of free! speech. 5-1144 NW 75th St (large home) 2-bedroom, 1
McNayr said, "As long as I am here, I am going to bath, plus income (a real deal). ----...... -
speak out on those issues which l feel are vital to the
growth and development: of this area." We will also build!,on your lot!II! FOR. RENTNew
The present issue, and it is a big one, is urban re Fenster 3-bedrPom house
newal.Ye Realty $12.00 per unit
Editor can see no reason why Metro's manager 1260 N.W. 62nd St. NORTH MIAMI BEACH
should not be able to discuss 'zany government issue pro PL 9.8779Barn.rrrr.ewrs.rssr.r. Deposit RequiredMICKINS'
or con. He might not always be on the right track; ,then, REALTY
too, his ,opinions might help Metro's commissioners in .. AGENCY
deciding some issues. Isn't that a part of his job? Or I
shouldn't it be a part of the manager's job? FREE THIS COUPON GOOD FOR FREE I NE 4-0500

new supplants the old, that is the way of life; I ,..-, -- -
we. see it daily -tall around us. That's progress. I PLUS YOUR REGULAR STAMPS J
Look at our city and county. Skyscrapers ,have taken when presented to I .
the place of our old bank buildings, hotels and other business I BOOKER'SMARKET .
places I FOR SALE
;, New churches, new justice buildings, hospitals,, $195 Down
homes. and in many, many.instances new cars annually. I 7000 NW 15th Ave. Only $60 monthly
At the present time 'the old Plaza Hotel is being raz-
ed 'and. upon this site at Biscayne Boulevard a 10 story I t 3.00 Provided or more is made, at ',. 781 NW 43rd St-

..2.6 million dollar building will take. its place. I the time., a purchase of- Newly decoratedVacant
r Urban 'renewal will remove many of our qld buildings 'in
and 'new'o'nes: re-location must be built. I PROVIDED A PURCHASI OP $2.00 OR MORI I move

3: Ittf all pt ogress.:This magic city has now a population I IS MAC AT THE SAM TIM ( WI 5-3501

,.of. noret1Uui'million and continues to grow-This OFFER IXPIID J7inuary2; UMirn COUPON..AMlLY I : NE 45795I'
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Committee's Seeds for intendent of schools. Helping In Announcement has been made ((1)) The most exclusive area in Coral Gables. Owner ,
Schools program off to 'a good the transaction Is James W. by William Bagley of 113 South leaving Miami. Must sell Furnished 3-bedrooms,
start eight and one-half year I Hilton (right) director of Miami Main St Norwolk, Connecticut
old Gall Wilson, 1940 NW Fourth I I Parks and Recreation and of the engagement of his daughter 2% baths, 2-tear garage, pool and patio. House
Ave., a third grader at Dunbar Beautification Committee memo Miss Nell Anita Bagley, to sits on .two lots, 100 ft. frontage.
Eelmentary, and Jose Castillo, Uer. The Seeds for Schools program James Emanuel Johnson, son of
12, 58 NE 19th Terr., a sixth is co-sponsored by the Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. John- $8,000 DOWN TAKE OVER
grader at Miramar, both Junior i I Beautification Committee and son of 3100 NW 40th St. Miami.
Red Cross members hand seeds the Junior Red Cross. The young couple will be married Existing mortgage of $26,000. No closing cost

on Friday Feb 14, at 2 p.m., Submit all offers.' Owner anxious
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Teachers Of Norwolk, Connecticut.Miss ((2)) FHA $400 down, $82 month, 535 NW 49th St.

CosmetologyReOrganized Bagley Is a graduate of 2-bedroom with Fla. room, 2 air conditioners,
19 Howard University, and Is a
clerk at the Historical Evalua- plus many extras, beautiful house

f M several On Wednesday Negro ,Cosmetology Jan. 15, Washington tion Research D.Organization C. In ((3)) FHA resale. Less than rent. If you can qualify ,
w down month.UNIVERSAL .
$300 $75
teachers of the state met at ,
Mr. Johnson Is a senior at Howard
Sunlight School to
Beauty reorganize -
the state Negro Teach.' University, majoring In REAL ESTATESonny
Zoology. lie plans to completehis ,
ers Association of Cosmetology.Plans .
are being formulated for education, and to become a Wright, Reg. Real Estate Broker
the betterment of the profession Dentist.
All Negro teachers are asked to The Newlyweds, after a short 3109 NW 17th Ave. 635-1274 '.
be present at 0 p.m. Monday, honeymoon, will reside in
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Annual Faulkner Day \ ,

At Church Of OJpen IJ

DoorThe ;

Rev. Williams Faulkner.
D. D., will ,be guest preacher at
th. 1100: am. worship service I ...1 ,
.Sunday, Jan. 19. Dr. and Mrs. J
John O Brown family and their '
many friends and admirers In ,
Miami look forward to his annual -
message. After a distinguished -
career as Dean of the ,,
Chapel, Fisk University, and as
minister of the Park Manor
Congregational Church, Chicago,
111, Dr. Faulkner (presumablyIn
retirement) Is currently the
interim dean of the chapel at t j
Dlllard University, New Orleans,
La. The Faulkner family has 1 1I
played a vital role In the organization !. n
:and: development of the 9
Church of the Open Door. Mrs.
Marie Faulkner Drown Is the
"youthful" Church Mother, Dr. I.
and Mrs. Faulkner were respon.
sible for Rev. and Mrs. McDo- t
well's coming to Miami. All are
Invited to hear the distin- I ?
guished Minister and to worship THICKER
at the Church of The
Open Door as It marks the halfway .
stage In the erection of Its lrI ;
,.new Sanctuary". I
Mrs. Annette McNeal, report.
er; Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastor. "


Hear Jimmy Crawford at the!
Satellite! Appearing nlteljr.Thla I ::1
talented pianist weaves ,
his harmonic! patterns and creates -
a style totally unique I
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1964 PAGE 7 I

Defeat of a proposed Metro Interested persons throughoutthe
charter amendment affecting I I county are being contactedto
Dade's urban renewal programIs serve on the committee.
the objective of a new Save Greene said a speakers commit
Urban Renewal Committee it tee was being formed under the
was announced this week. chairmanship of Mrs. E. Vir- I
rick. Organizations desiring
tY" qt y .\ Jerome Greene, attorney and speakers between now and the p
aV ap
.. s urban renewal chairman of the
t Jan 28 election can obtain them
a .l r Government Research Councilof by calling the Chamber of Com- I l
? i5 r oXYNI wp the MIamiDadeCounty of merce.
Chamber of Commerce, said his I
tKlS. group is spearheading formationof The charter amendment,
the new citizens committee. which restricts local govern-
ment to a particular city or
:. r, "Passage of this amendment special; taxing district, and
will completely sabotage urban which requires a vote on each t

# 1 renewal In Dade County because urUan renewal project, was opposed

of unworkable restrictionson by unanimous action of

local government financing' the Chamber's Board of Direc

1 ; Greene said. tors. Dec. 18.RUPTURE .

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I'HlulrNe Olf ('e Tlt>a inriii uf I /

\ t tp CtWTDlNfuxoH LOW PILES ''I j'

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? Hl'\'tuJ Varicose' VeiiiM, Pro.
., state-No lost time-Discard Tram
ytw Upon>> Corrrrtloii of Rapture Reducing
"Little MilsJabberwock" OK. LONG'8 CLINIC lUood-Urlne TraU '
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1545 B.W. lit .-FK 3-2748 A general health ..enteonnOWAUn

Knights of Pythias Ready to Build of

Mrs. Flornla Edmonds-, ,repre Shown I In the picture Is 1964???
renting Mrs. Thelma J. Aranha, Sarah D. Belle, worthy Mrs.1 COUNTY ALUMNAE CIIAPTERDELTA
licensed real estate saleswoman selor of Lily of the Valley Apryl Denise Floyd, four Marie year SIGMA THETA SORORITY, Inc.
old of Mrs. A.
of P. and P. Holding Corp. Court No. 58; Sir Luther L.
Is running for the tllte of PRESENTS
of Richmond Heights, Is shown Belle, deputy grand chancellor "Little Miss Jabberwock". She
passing the bill of sale to Sir of Gleam of Hope Lodge No. 18. lives "JABBERWOCK GOES WITH CANNONBALL"
at 2311 NW 152nd St., Opa-
Walter L. Belle for the land I
Anyone wishing to apply for
Nee .
Addorl and MM Huxtet at tho
locka, and attends James E.
of the future home of the membership should contact
Knights of Pythias. Mrs. Sarah D. Belle or Sir Scott Kindergarten. Apryl en- Fort Lauderdale National Guard Armory
The land was purchased by Walter Belle Both lodge and enjoys riding her bicycle and 400 B.W. 21th Street
the Gleam of Hope Lodge No. 18 court are located In Richmond playing with friends.
and Lily of the Valley No. 58 Heights. Sarah D. Belle, report. Monday, February 10, 8 p.m.
of Richmond Heights. ere Hot! ticket Iftt North's Travel, Bureau
1104 N.W. 3rd Avenue' Miami

I 100 Youth Begin Training J. A. SummonsREAL : p

Under Government ProgramOne ESTATE New Homes Finest For Less

INVESTMENTAPPRAISALS ;3 Large Bedroom., 2 Hath, (inrng! Elrctrlc$ Kitchen
hundred young people time those below 19 will not receive
will start job training at Lindsey an allowance. 1452 N.W. 58 1 h Terrace Open 3 to :5 p.m.

Hopkins Vocational School on Unemployed youth who are 1014 N.W. 40th Street Florida room
Jan. under the sponsorshipof
NE 4.6875
Interested In this "earn while
the Manpower Development learn" should Large lots for sale
Job training
and Training Act said you '
program call the FSES at 377.2411 now as 1899 N.W. 53rd St.
Miami .
Harry L. Tyson, $1,500 up
It takes several weeks to
Florida politan State Area Employment Manager for Ser the said.cess their applications'' Tyson Miami 42, Fhu Cash paid for Lots and Home

xvlce. laM Need Money? See BARON JE 8.1340

Tyson said that these unemployed .. .
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youths will be given vocational Transcribing

training In an occupa- Machine Operators '.L ,_11 W=,..L II '" -.- i". !
tion that will prepare them to
enter the work world with a Training OfferedTwentynflve rib
skill that Is necessary to com-
pete for employment In this people are urgently unemployed-needed to CASH PRIZESEVERY
Space Age era.
take an "Earn While You Learn"transcribing
This Is the first group to enter machine operatorJob
this program In Dade County training course scheduled to WEEK
and 400 more young people will start on' Jan. 20, said Harry L.
be needed to fill Job training Tyson, Miami Metropolitan Area
positions during the coming Manager for the Florida State

year, Tyson said. Employment Service. 0. .

Tyson said that the trainees Tyson said that this course
will be given 10 weeks'' of prevocational has been postponed twice for I
training In five board the lack of Interested people
fields of work with two weeks* and we may have to drop the '
being devoted to each area of course all together if we can't 1
mechanical work, electrical rel.tqeI get at least the minimum num-
pUB SuiujqoBiu 'SufajBd ber of ten trainees. .
eating aircraft repair and main ctMIIU'I
said that all a person
tenance, service trade and offIce Tyson
take this training Is
The training needs to '
occupations. to lk unemployed, over 10 yearsof
will consist of classroom instructions :
lectures, films, field trips, age, and be able to type 35 flDfIa
and manipulative training.. words weekly a training minute. To allowance receive a N

Upon completion of the weeks person would need the additional 8 VINOg l ,
pre-vocational training the requirements of being the A g
trainees will then receive 40 head of a family or household .k
weeks of specialized training in and have at least three years (
a selected field of work which work experience.
they would like to be employedIn Interested people who would (play this beautiful FREE bumper stripon
and are most likely to be able like to take this training should
to find steady and rewarding contact the FSES at 377-2411 your car and-DRIVE SAFELY. If you are seen

employment. fo further .information... __ Im- of
; ;rmediately.:' --n -- n ---- driving courteously and safely by one our Franklin
Tyson said that FSES Is re-
cueaX qSnojiii 91 gtnoC Suninja: Federal Spotters you will be given a cash prize.'
old for this program. A weekly "Our Hospitals"Open
allowance will We paid to those NOTHING TO BUY NOTHING TO WHITE !

young people 10 through 21 Mike TopicNext '
years of age, but at the present Sunday night from 7-9 You don't even need a savings account at Franklin Federal. to qualify I ,

p.m. "Open Mike" coming live DRIVE SAFELY AND SAVE SAFELY I
House in Miami
i from the Hampton
Dugie's Guest House will discuss "Our HospitalsGood 'Friendly FRANKUN'-where SERVICE comee first! I"1 1Y"
Bad or Indifferent' and
The house of unusual rooms also the civil rights stituatlon %% I

Open 24 hour NE 43661Seeing' George be in our Hendrick hospitals.Simpson J. Panelists and Berns,A. will Dr.D. 11 ', FRANKLIN. .- .. 4 ontlcipatcccUdldenU ; I II i'

I BelievingSee ;Z
be Harry L. / }
Moore, guests I "o/J.f.tt FEDERAL Rub Pet vn Ja.llftdI" '
us for clean rooms Lewis, president of the Cedars: oS Compounded QuarterlySavlnu
of Lebanon Hospital and exe- / '7h
Jamaica Dugie, always a cutives from Mt. Sinai, Jackson y II' SAYINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI A to 115000 Insured bran ; ,
friend Mem., and St. Francis Hos- r .ncy of tt
pitals. Public participation in 1001 N.W. 3rd AVENUE 371-7652, r u..s cc+nrnmat? l lr
2941 N.W. 47th St., Miami person or via telephone will -

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SpearingtiWith I monthly meeting and annual Leo Armbrister, recording --
Par and Birdie Club sea
election of officers. \ retary; Nino Pender, financial
Elects OfficersAt Willie Miller]\ former presi- secretary; Luther Wells, trea
dent, moved to the office of surer; Ernest Hayes, business
the home of Bruce Mc- vice president, while WallaceOrr manager; Dave Bondu, tournament _
Sports Cord on last Monday night the took the presidency. director; Bruce McCord
Par and Birdie Club held Its Other elected officers are: parliamentarian. ,

By HARRY SPEAR>' flieV.J.IlVAiV IJI.\Lj I {rlVJil\rotJm. VJa..V \l.ji

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I have been asked how comeI already imported Cody Jones
hang around the Gth St., Gym., from Detroit to do some spar-
so often? Well my explanationIs ring. CassiUs had been boxing WIGS
where can you find more with his brother Rudy but now
activity at present, with the wants a fighter closer to Lis- :
Heavyweight ChampionshipJust ton's style and weight.
six weeks off, and visitors According: trainer Angelo
from all over the country tak- Dundee, Clay might I/ring in
ing a good look at Cassius Clay other sparring mates as the
training, besides Clay's work- classic clash draws closer.In WIGLETS PONY TAILS
Ing out, they have champion' addition to a heavy menuof
Willie Pastrano, Former Champ boxing scheduled this week,
Louis Rodrlquez, Florentino the top-ranked challenger will
Hernandez, British middle- celebrate his 22nd birthday Fri- Beauty Salons HairdressersOur
weight champ Gomeo Brennan, day afternoon with a "low
Yama Bahama, Tony Alongi! calorie" cake.Reporters .
and GO to 70 other pros working from Las Vegas, !
out dally Now you can see Nevada, where Liston is train-
why I put so much time there. ing, show the champion is box Wigs are made of
five rounds
ing lour to daily
Here is more reason: ]I and rounding himself Into top
caught up with some of the old shape.He .
timers, and we had quite a reunion plans to break camp and The Finest Worksmanship
George Portney, one who head to Miami where he willl
had 1G3 bout's in the Twenty'slost complete his work around Feb. .
15, in which time George defeated 1, although his handlers planto
four Feather-weight firm up the schedule next With 100% Human Hair
Champions: Louis (Kid) Kaplan, week.
Benn Bass, Tod Morgan, Johnny ,The ducates to the most talk-
Jaddrlck, and numerous others. ed-about ,tight since the Jack
Jack is connected with bowling Dempsey Gene Tunney era are And to
are Adjustable
alley's]} and makes his home in priced from $250 a copy for
Miami Beach Golden Circle, $200, $150, $100,
I $50, and $20.
Rosania vIsiting Chris Dundee staged another
Ran into Jimmy Fit
here from 315 BushwickAve. action packed show before an any Head Size.

., Bklyn, Jimmy, former excited crowd of 1076, Chris is
Golden Glover, who was so good prepairing a show for Jan 20,
his friends tried hard for him Ton Along will meet a worthy : 1 CALL, WRITE OR VISIT OUR SHOWROOM a
to keep on boxing; his footworkwas opponent. Watch for the balanceof

so great, he became a the card in your dally news. 5 Open Seven Days Till Midnight ", t,*.'.
champion ballroom Marathon paper or TV I "
dancer.' Jimmy took his ]lessonsat WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTOR) ftIOOOO
the Roseland Dance Hall, Su- r Cliff, hustling 22-year- ,
N.Y. C., to keep In shape he old left hooker from Fort Lau-
still works out at the Gym. derdale, outclassed game Willie STERLING WIG CO.
James in the feature 10-rounder
Bobby Dykes paid the Gym., at Miami Beach Audltodlum.
a visit with Judge Massey. Bob Sammy Burgess, 113, deci-
by was a great drawing card in sioned Tom Dennis, 140. 411 15th Street Miami Beach Fla.
his day; now a successful Insurance And in a painful mismatch, "' ,
Agent who write overa Lou Gutierrez scored his 32nd 1 Phone PE 2-9131
million poJlclcs a.year, he is knockout in G4 fights by stop- I
vice chairman of the Miami ping Bobby Lassiter (now 10-2)) ,
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Boxing Commission.. at 43 seconds of the second
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Red Cameron, former U ofM. I I II

All-American crowd pleasing football heavyweight star and Hayes To Compete In : For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call I I

fighter In his younger days; 8 Indoor MeetsTALLAHAS'S'EE 1 P
Red i iR an official at the Wrest- 1
ling show over on the Beach, (FAMU-)
and has no easy time of it.The Fla. A and M's sprinter, Bob ,
Hayes will participate in eight BONDED

Miami Times can be Indoor meets, announced athle-
purchased at Helen's Variety tic director Jake Gaither.
and. News Stands at 215 5th St., Indoor meets scheduled for
five stores from the Gym. the world's fastest human include -
the Los Angeles Invitational RENTAL

Monday night, the Gth at the Jan. 18; AlbuquerqueNew
Showman's Ball Willie Pastrano ( Mexico) Invitational, Jan.
proved himself quite a cancan 25; Wanamaker-Mlllrose Games, ,
dancer; It was a good thing his New York City. Jan. 30; Boston
wife was present. AAU Games, Feb. 1; Los Angeles AGENCY INC.
Times Games, Feb. 8; New ,
Angelo Dundee, has another I York Athletic Club Indoor
Games. Feb. 13 Mason-Dixie
young looking prospect In ;
Rocky Cartier 22 year-old Games, Lotlsville, Ky., Feb. 15; y The largest collection and rental
Lightweight who has had 16 and National AAU Indoor, New
fights. and won 13 and lost 3. York City, Feb. 22.
The speedy Hayes set a world I 'agency in the South; operating in
George Rotnselden has offers Indoor record for the 70-yard I
Otha dash it. his only Indoor meet
for Brown's contract from
Mat vln Tragash and Johnny last year. He ran a' 6-9 in the ) I Dade a n( d Broward Counties'A.
Vivona of showman fame. Mason-Dixle Games at Louisville A.

WM wMultimillionaire .. I I,. Negro Housing .
BROOKS areas. ;
lie tied his world mark of :
9.1 on a soggy track in the President
George Lyons Is taking over the
f Orange Bowl Meet in Miami,
reins of Gomeo Brennan
again. Jan. 2. He GEORGE HARTH, General .
He was the original. came In tenth of a Manager
second shy of the world stanardof MANAGING
20.0 for the 220-yard dash ona AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
I Irish Johnny Sands, a pro- stralghaway with a 20.1. 10,000
f ttge of Baron Pate, is rounding Hayes set, the standard for HOUSING, UNITS '
Into shape under the veteran the hundred at 9.1 In the Na- Bonded also has ,employment service
t. trainers watchful eyes. tional AAU ChampionshipsMeet at main office
In St. Louis last June. 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue

it George Moye rounding his Dick Hill FAMU track coach, A full time public relations Dept to assist
heavy-weight Rodger Witley said he will decide later on one C. A. ,yon in solving' y I Into shape. of three, runners to accompany 11 Lockhart Director .'
Sal Bunetta has quite a stable Hayes on the indoor tour. Grady CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

'a of fighters: Frank Holloway, Smith, Joe Williams and Leroy 1163 N.W. 3rd Ave.
........,., FR 3-8-116.
White 17323
& Welter; Jack Daniels Heavy; are the"sprinters Hill has Homestead Ave.

-J t Prentice Snipes, who fought in mind. 1075 N.W. 02nd St ............ OX 0-2467 Porrine ..!..................._.......... CE 53553' '. .
I; Chip Johnson, and lost. Pren- a_ u 3801 Grand Ave. ...?........... in 5-1381 1019 Hammondville Rd. .
tice ,fought Jrom the first round
;} on with a busted hand which is ROCK & ROLL NO! 4240 N.W. 27th Ave ............ NE 5-3466. Pqq.paJ1o ................,... WE 3-2235
a; In a cast. Prentice said when 1.t2S N.W.,22nd Ave..
the hand gets better he would Because I of our limited space 2026 N.'V. 15th Bt. ............... 696-3322 Opa-IOcka
I we do not cater to the Rock .,........... l\fU 8-0611
like a: return_ bout,,'J and Roll crowd. ATMOSPHERE .2060 N. W. 3rd Ct. . VVi'i"VM< ...". .
IN' our most precious commodity Plus a fleet of cars giving door to door service for tenants convenience
$ Cassius Clay the bold young and .It's'all,FREE! Join the On nights and Sundays for
heavyweight challenger from more conservative .cocktail emergency service call PL 98733
'j' Louisville "opens, up :his second loungers at the Satellite. "Outof MAIN OFFICE ,C
t full week of training*for, his This World." 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
,1 00703
Feb. 25 world championship SATELLITE LOUNGE Vandalism done by a few Is PL
with Sonny 0222 NW 7th expensive tef tIL Please
fight Avenue hejp us ?top :this
f ami Beach Convention Hall. Unnecessary evil c. A. i L., Public Relations' J x.
The not quite 22-year-old has ,,..


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.TIMES, MIAMI, FLA. North' ,Dade't Cage Metro Recreation! .............................+.-.-........

Teams Clash Program Basketball
** ,Jfito If You RCO 1 people nt tho Satellite -
May'rte We,' Say, Happy New Theater I The North' foglde- -Center j? has' ,'how that the holiday festivities -, that-you Our customers don't see mnkq elsewhere
Group started- its annual''teenage"and ,are*bver' the,fifth and sixth i our pleasant atmosphere. Mnko I
adult )Uasketball league Mon. grade have toconcentrato tho at Miami's Most
Year' ? I ; ,> .9t.a' begun
OrganizesA day night at North Dado Gym. Unique lyounge. You'll like ItInno'atlons -::;
The ) x>n' basketball The "
teenagers started with the Craw'
Progressive Court No. -<44. new Civic Theater Sea Dog and The Ugly Boys I, boys' are now signing up teamsto ford. by Jimmy ;?
Jericho celebratedits I participate In a junior basket
Heroines with a professional touch, who for the opener. The Ugly Boys SATELLITE LOUNGE "
annual Christmas feast on will present outstanding broad- defeated the Sea Dogs 53-30, ball league, which will begin in 6222 NW Till Avenue ;
Jan. 8, at Brownvllle Masonic with Andrew Nesbitt, h 1 h the'Julddto of this month. Last
In g
Temple, 4818 NW 27th Ave. I way rounding play areas the, Miami was organized and sur- pointer, making 18 points. The Friday*, inff boys! ,played an exhibition .. . . . . ,

The highlight of the evening. Is last scheduled week. The for first March.production second the game Miracles the 29-23.Lakers Monday defeated and Mr.game Budka with,officiating Mr .Mitchell,,.:Any In lead up game and drills ,ofj'

was a program rendered by our. 13 the Bears vs. Sea Dogs boys who would like to play basketball. They are learning t|>.
own Heroine Odessla Williams The multi-talented, nine memo and Miracle. Workers vs may sign up any day after pass, dribble, plvet and sheet. ",('
Participants on the program I ber school or n'n Saturday. I
group met Saturday, Jan. Steelers.
I The first grade boys and glrhf"
were some of our best talents of 11, at 1095 NW 51st St., the homeof
the ,city. They were: Brother member, Ferdinand Leon The Adult League wiir start The junior<< girls.are., nqw en- are enjoying group games, race'and :\
Willie Thomas, W. M.; Heroines Thursday night with the Miami aged in,"the two field sports of relays, storytelling, rhy;* I
Lesale Love, Worthy Matron; Other members of the group Knights vs. Liberty City Rams Soccer a t t'd' Kickball. Certificates thms ana special events. Don't' ]
Gertrude Lattimore, W. 'M; Include: Leroy Washington; and ,the Hialeah Raiders Vs. will u&) awarded at the end hesitate to send your childrento .
Mable Docile, Grand AssoicateMatron James Randolph; Raymond Coconut Grove Spoilers The of the season to all participants.The Bunche Park Center, th '
of Bethel G. Chapter; Aranha; Clarence H row n; teams this year are Knights Shorlto boys are engaged safe place to play ,51
Viola Hill, Mrs. O. Ella Burkes, Johnny Drown; Dave Boone; (Miami), N. D. Boosters ,Opa. .>
P..M.A.1SybU; McPhee, Corine Miss Marva Pize, and Mrs. Des locka), Raiders (Hialeah), El .:r":"5i '
Pierce, Bertha Perry of Providence sle Williams. Matadors (Opa-locka), Rams Your silent saleman-A classified adXXXXXVWKK !
Court and Rev. Lester C. In the fields (Liberty City), Spoilers (Coco .
Albert. music and photography dramatics, these, nut Grove), Chico Papa Sans \ : : *-=ICX: ..:....t:. ... ..KXK*-' '.,.
Many thanks to Heroine determined people are difficultto (Opa-locka), Rudglers (Opa- CLYDE KILLENS' M
Wlliams for"a.job well done. match. locka). On Thursday nights

Among the ',guests. were the For the coming; season, big, come basketball out and enjoy some good Sill JOHN HOTEL' Mil' ( BEAT I '!' CLUB
Grand M. A. M., of Flo-
Deputy big plans are In the making. A
rida, Johnnie M.1- Hills We were I _
quite honored to have had our mystery two musicals and an -"" -:- Grand with us, and many of original play will be done.
officers and friends
group has not yet reached ,. .
have not mentioned.We -
that we
Jabberwork is in the air .r1
its potential membership
in heart. Come ;
again next you year. thus, persons who may wish to again! Watch this space FRI.[ SAT. SUN., JAN. 17 18 -19 \; : :

Orchids to our Queen for five become a part of the organization I for coming attractions! MM .
should contact Mrs. Dessle "
years, Heroine Mary Woods. The Incomparable
May God bless her. Williams, phone PL 9880. ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... .......
After the program a table I
was snread with chicken. turkey r
cakes; pies and everything ETTII JJME)
that it takes to make a real
feast. Gifts were also given to LIB CITY '
guests and friends: and the affair I 'wrrnGARNEL
was enjoyed by all.
The officers and members
wish to thank everyone that was {
present. and His Kinfolks Band
OX 1.7959 22nd Ave and 69th St.
Heroine Leola Thompson, -.4 FEATURING
M.A.M.; Hero K. E. Woods W. a r
J.; Heroine Mary Woods, EMMETT DAVIS
S. M. A. M.;; Heroine Odessia
Williams J. M. A. M.; Heroine 11tH..r r "i j" T1SKNAGIS MAT1NI8IS
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PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1964 Mrs Lea Cray, reporterSt.

Paul was at its highest beginning
--' with Sunday School, Officers January 19

Rev. Kelly gave a brief talk
during the Sunday School
period. After ground breaking r On Sunday, Jan. 19 at 3:45:
: Sunday Jan. 12, St Paul is look p.m. installation services for ,Wdu Y S' rtif 7me4
ing forward for its new church. the officers of the Interdenominational -
The service for the groundbreaking Ministerial Alliance
was: The first hymn will be held at the Mt. Zion
"The Church is One Founda- Baptist Church. The installa-
tion;" Prayer by Rev. Gray; selection tion will be performed by
Im1DIiThTik by the choir. Luther Pierce, director of the
-. .. Miami Council of Churches.The .
Tile scripture was oy tne uev.S. sermon will be preachedby
A. Cousin. Decalogue was by the Rev. Thedford Johnson,
rw. the Rev, J. B. Blacknell; mission pastor of St. J o h n Baptist
offering by the Rev. J. J. Wil- Church.

liams; selection by the choir. The officers to be installedare
The Consecrated hymn was Uy : I ,i ..it
the Rev. }1. J. Benson. The Rev. E. T. Graham, president; f
Rev. S. A. Cousin Introducedthe Rev. Theodore R. Gibson, first
speaker for the ground vice; Rev. Aaron Hall, second
breaking the Presiding Elder vice; Rev. W. F. Savoy secre- k r'
Robinson. His text was "Power", tary; Rev. E. Hutcheson Jr., ? zl1EV.
which was enjoyed by everyone. treasurer; Rev. Randolph
invitation to Join was by Elder Thompson, parliamentarian;
Allen. Solo was by Paul Jones. Rev. H. C. McDowell, dean; Rev.F. .
We would like to thank every- L. Smith, chaplain.
AME Ministerial one for making our day a suc- Presiding in the program will
cess. be the Rev. S. A, Cousin, pas THEDFORD JOHNSON
tor of the Greater Bethel AME University of Miami Members

Alliance in Session BAHA'I ASSEMBLYA Church; and other outstanding of the City Commission are

World Religion Day tea will clergymen of our community expected to be present.

-- -- be sponsored by the Baha'i Is will participate in the program. Music will be presented by
The Ministers or the AME of Miami, 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Greetings from the Ministerial the c h o Irs of outstanding
Churches of the Greater Miami Jan. 19 the home of Mrs.
ST. JAMES AME at Association will be given by churches and ushers will be
area (After having relinquishedtheir Doris 478 NE 56th St.
Rev. J. B. Blacknell pastor Appleton, on hand: from several of our
Dr. Ivan
Hoy, president of the
regular meetings for the Bert Cooper Mr. Carroll Hoeppner of Sea leading churches.The .
holidays) returned to duty on reporterSt. Ranch Lakes, Broward County, association and a member of public is invited
last Monday, Jan. 4, at 11:00: James announces to the I will speak, and Mrs. Allyne I I the faculty of Regllgion at the -
sharp, at the St James AME public its annual Homecoming Guinyard. librarian at Holmes
Church on NW 65th St. The Day for the fourth Sunday in Elementary School, will be the
Rev. J. S. Blake who is the esteemed February. This annual event is Chairman for this event. The SHILOH BAPTIST MT.
of the Alliance particularly directed to those for this will be CARMEL BAPTIST
president subject meeting :
who have Rev. A. M. Griffin, Rev. D. A. Bradley
become lax in the pastor pastor
knows other to "Unity Religion.
no way church have to Sis. C. M. Myles, Christine Cohen,
and a tendency reporter reporter
do time. bre- World Instituted
do but to on The Religion Day was -
thren greeted each other with slow up in their church atten- to inform the public Sunday, Jan. 12 beginningwith And Jesus answering said Were
words of Joy and each expressed dance. that all divinely revealed Religions Sunday School the serviceall there not ten cleansed? But
that he had a wonderful holi- Captains for this event will emanate from the same day was very spirited and where are the nine? St. Luke
It had been God. exalt the ideals and enjoyed. Elder Joe Wimont and 17-17.
day season. previ- We the leaders of the church. same
ously announced by the presi- Assessment for boards and principles, and are successive Elder Eddie Dennis were the Benefit Club anniversary the
dent, Rev. J. S. Blake, that the clubs will be $50. This is a mustto expressions of God's will for speakers for the day. They delivered fourth Sunday afternoon, and
order of the day would be the report. Then $50 on Men's mankind. Baha' is believe that wonderful sermons.On we are asking all our friends to

reelection of officers. He had Day $50 on Woman's Day for atotal when 'all people recognize this, Thursday night at 8 o'clock come and be with us.
also the assurance that our bishop of $150 for the year. we will witness the end of conflicts Elder Otis Sample of Jordan Remember the sick and shut-
would be with us to hold The church would like to between ideologies, nations Grove will be the speaker for ins all over the land and coun-

the election and sure enough impress upon its members the races creeds and classes. the evening. This program is I Bible
Bishop William! Franklin Ball necessity of saving. The Credit ttelng given In behalf- of our every Tuesday
was with us. He in his very fine Union is begging for members. TRIUMPH CHURCH Men's bay program. Elder E. night, 7 p.m.
manner of conduct was more Make your dollars count. Children Prince H. Mobley, pastor Ross is the sponsor.
than an inspiration to the bre- Join for 25 and 25 centsa Sister C. McKinney, reporter ST. MARY'S W. M.
may the service all : Sunday Jan. 19 at 3 Rev.
thren. week. Every member shouldbe Last Sunday p.m. H. V. Stuart pastor
day was most inspiring and The deacons will observe Dea- Miss Dorothy Major,
You bor- reporter
When we had finished with a from member may uplifting. The subject, of the cons' Day. The speaker for this On last Sunday, our children
the roll call, Rev. Blake then I row $25 up. School of Wisdom lesson was occasion will be Deacon Roy were at their best. They sang
made Wrlef comments and expressed Among those on the sick list "Philip and Andrew, Evange- Ross of Antioch Baptist Church. as never before, thanks to sis
his gratefulness for are George Pearson, 1620 NW lists" Elder N. Sconiersgave Everypne is Invited to these ter Annie Bodle. .' _
having served as the initial 71st St; Annie Edward, 1730 the closing remarks' on the programs and to worship with Our Covenant service was
president of the aleAlliance NW 57th St.; Mrs. Lottie Wil- lesson. us at all times.Remember well attended and the fellow-
ami AME liams in Paravilla Convales- ship was very nice. Thanks to
He then In a very familiar way cent Home! Mrs. Annie Beck- The evening devotional ser- to visit and pray sister Ethel and her committee
presented the bishop. We were with, 1020 NW 47th St.; Mrs. i. vice was conducted by Bro. W. for. M.the Griffin sick and shutins. Rev.A. for doing such a wonderful job.
all amused with the very fine Thelma Turner. Jackson Hos- Williams and Bro. F. Yearby. Smith and others., Mother Ethel Sunday night, there will be
compliments that the with pital; Mrs. Rebecca Strickland, The expressions were led by families of the deceased and
paid to us. After chatting 927 NW 5th Ave.; Mrs. Edith Mother L. Marshall and many friends are asked to be out.
us as a father would to his Poi tier, Baptist Hospital; Jer- more followed. Our pastor le- Gamble Memorial ChurchOF Service Begins at 7 p.m. There
children, he then proceded to ome Jones, VA Hospital; Lin- livered the sermon for the will be Ways and Means Com
set the organization into action. coln Poltier, 812 NW 74th St.; evening.The ( GOD IN CHRIST) mittee meeting at 5 p.m. Sunday
Bishop Ball, asked the bre- James Woods, 1761 NW 64th 1809 NW 5th Avenue Jan. 19.iRev. .
thren. "In what order wouldwe St. Lord has truly been most Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor
elect, whether by nomina- blessing in the revival Nathaniel Thomas reporter Horold Brown will deliver -
tions or acclamation? Quickly NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. ing. Many are seeking meet-I Look! Look! What's Coming! our morning message Sunday -
Rev. D. A. Russell, the presid- W. E. Sims, pastorA. Holy Ghost. A former Gamble Memorial's annual Jan. 19, our own Rev H.
ing elder of the Fort Pierce DIs- L. Stephens, reporter Sis. Roundtree, has also been Soul Saving Revival, will convene V. Stuart will be in charge of

trIct. moved to acclaim all officers The example and_ teachings of restored: back _to the church.I Tan 19,. at Gamble! _Mem! the night service.
I to remain in their respective Jesus point clearly to the tact Each night of the week there is unurcn Of uou In unnsi. It win
positions for another year. that winning others to the I service at the church. be conducted by Elder O I ST. LUKE BAPTIST
The motion was seconded and Christian way of life is the primary There will not be any sing- Crooms. Let's come out and help 1809
carried. There were cheers of concern for every Christ ing programs at the church until win souls for God. Rev. James N. W. 6th Ave.
Joy from all, and decidedly so ian, the major task of the after the revival has ended. Mrs. Bunesba A. Grlsby, pastor
for our- fine president, Rev. J. church. Our failure to accept Our Church was beautifully blessed Green reporter
S. Blake, who is also pastor of this responsibility nnd opportunity Jan 20 is known as Found. blessed to have a wonderful are yet when men
our church at Homestead.The has been the cause of many ers Day for all of the Triumph time In the Lord on last Sunday. shall shall hate you, and when they
fruitless lives and barren Churches of the world. This First with the foundation of seperate you from their
officers are as follows: churches.The year marks the 62nd anniver- the Sunday School, and the inspiring company, and shall reproach

Rev. J. S. Blake, president; spirit last Sunday, ran sary of.the. church, which was message that our pastor you, and out your name as evil,
Rev. S. L. Gay. vice president; high, and our pastor delivered founded, by Father E._D. Smith. and minister' Seabrooks brought- Luke for the 0:22.Son of man's sake" St. .
Rev. J. R. Campbell 2nd vice both messages for the day. There. will be service at the forth.
president; Rev. J. B. Blacknell, Our Senior Choirs at their church, the No. Two Choir of St.
were on day and
Rev. Fred R. Roberts nigh4 The Coraleers und Senior Luke M. B. Church will
secretary; best rendering song service.All of the. 2Qthv There will also be celebrate -
assistant secretary; Rev. J. A. members of The Pastor'sAid a short Chorus rendered'the sweet their anniversary Jan. 24,
Roberts, critic; Rev. H. J. Benson Club are asked program before tVl: e. songs of zion. They were high- thru Jan. 26. On Friday Jan. 24,

treasurer. meet this Saturday night at I NEW PROVIDENCE ly enjoyed by all who attended. at 8 p.m., you are cordially Invited -

Greater New Bethel, Opa-locka. Rev C.. J. You are always welcome to to a musical program. .
The Installation services will Burney, pastor otend our church. Mrs. Corlne Some of Miami's most
Business of time Sis outstanding
be announced and held at a later 8 importance; Claudia Wilson reporter. Walker was a visitors from choirs will appear on our

date. p.m. And now abideth faith New York City. program. On Sunday Jan. 26, at
All members are urged to hope,
Your reporter Rev. S. L. Gay. 3 .
shut-ins. charity, these three but the _p.m. a sermon hv a vlalMnr*
visit with the sick and ; --
n.D'!"-.J1lt"'Ct.. ..'...!.. wr V' th...www'1-....cliUI"II.Y._L.I __. 9.l6_... ZION HOPE BAPTIST minister will conclude our an
MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. Cor. 13th, ph, 13 verse niversary.
5129 NW 17th Avenue The ...
S. Atchlnson Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor Willing Workers Club of
We had a glorious time Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor St. Luke Baptist
cordially invites
Constance Carter, reporterOur Flossie Marshall reporter throughout the Deliver -
day Sunday, the me mine ene- the public to lemon
pastor delivered the Sunday was Youth Way at spirit of-the Lord was high. On mies, 0 God: defend me from squeeze Saturday night a
morning sermon. He used as Salters Chapel with the young Jan. 22,.:the church Is asked to them that rise up against.. me. m., at the home of Mrs., at Aletha 8 p.
people In charge from the Sunday '"
his theme "Almost A Chris- the -Psalm 59:1.
: accompany pastor to the : Costa, 420 NW 11 St.
tian." The speaker for eveningwas School through the morn- Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Rev Mrs. Grisson president., apt 15.
our own Rev. Goodman. Ing service. Rev. Benson Soloman, pastor in Hileah. All Prayer meeting every Tues-
His theme was: "The Voice Of brought a wonderful message members are asked to meet at day night at 7:30.:
One Crying In The Wilderness." from the Book of Hebrews on the church and all will go together Rev. Jenkins and his congregation -
The subject. of our Sunday Faith. The Junior choir sang will render service for NOTICE TO CHURCH .

School lesson for the 3rd Sun- lovely with Mrs. Esther Finchat us Friday night in behalf of REPORTERS .. .
day, will be: "Nlcodemus, the organ. Let us continue in prayer for the No. 1 choir's anniversary.The !
We forward to the sick
looking and
are those that are The
Searcher rut h. The
selection of the seeing all of our friends next grieved over the loss of their Pastor's Aid Club will church new deadline for Retting
memory day Sunday as it will be Guest loved ones. Rev. Howard Joseph, meet Sunday afternoon. They publication news into our office for
will be taken from John3:3.: Day all day.Remember. is in need of 14 pints of blood, are also in charge of the kit- All church is TUESDAY noon
We are happy to announce your sick and you may make your donation to chen at the church over the reporters arc
that the City Wide Mission will shut-ins. May the good Lord the blood bank of the Jackson weekend. Everyone is invited urged to cooperate Church .
meet here Sunday. Everyone is bless and keep you until we Memorial Hospital in the name to stop by and help to make nerve received after noon on ..
invited to this meeting. j meet again. of Howard Joseph- t this sale a success. Tuesday for publication.cannot be guaranteed

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PACE 12 SATURDAY, JA1VUA1 R'Y is, 1964\\ .

3033 NW 44th St., died Jan. 10, 4th Ave., died Jan. 9. Services
at Jackson Mem. Hospital. He were held Thursday, 2 p.m., at
was survived by three daugh- St. Mark Baptist Church, Rev.

. tres, Mmes. Mae Bell Robinson, C.*,W..,Wade, pastor. His widow,
CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS Mary Young and Ivory Whit- a son and daughter, 5 sisters.

lock; son Willis Patterson; two ,,'
sisters, Mmes. Izella Johnsonand .

Mary Jane Frazier; six ..MISS NETTIE HARRISON,
IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAM grandchildren and 3 great- 2474 W. 4th Ct., Hialeah, died

grand-children. Jan 9. One sister, Mrs. Lucinda
loving memory of our loving memory of our In sad but loving memory of I
Gilmore and 'aunt well as
an as
father, husband and grand- dear wife and mother, our dear father and grandfather, Funeral services will be held several lesser relatives survive.
1 In the Range
father, LILLIAN SWEETINGwho Saturday, : p.m.,
Funeral services. conducted
departed this life Jan. 14, Memorial Chapel. were
1 'Walker's -
Thursday p.m.at
I 19G2., to take her place tin the Temple Church of God in
of Heaven.
Kingdom BRICE STEVENSON of 6585 Christ Elder Edward Myles,
Mother dear remember us
NW 17th Ave., died Jan. 10, at pastor. Final rites In Harper-.
I and till
thy care
never cease ,
d hl Yi Kendall Hospital. He had livedin ville, Miss.
in Heaven eternally, thy love
the Miami area for ten years
and bliss share '
prior to his death. He Is sur-
Edward Sweeting,
Pearl Woodside, daughter vived by sons, Robert, Jack ETHEL L. JACKSON, 3
Willington, Roy and James, Talmadge, Prince, Jr., year-old daughter of Mr and
Harold and Herltert Stevenson;
Rudolph Sweeting, sons Mmes Rosetta Mrs. Thomas Jackson, 1813 NW
two daughters, '
I Grandchildren tivesCARD and 1'elaI f F t x Kewshaw and Thema Rogers. 4th Ave, died Jan. 12. Arrange.

I Remains were sent to Ocala, ments are incomplete. ;,..
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Sunday, for final rites. >
family of the late. ,1EUGENE : :-1 SW 18th Ave., died an accidental Graveside services for babygirl
DAVISON death in Andytown, Fla., Jan. O'Hara were held Thurs-

who departed this life Jan. 19, 10. There are no known survi- day. Mr. and Mrs. Frank O'Hada
q e sWqa 10G3. vors. of 219 NW 10th St., parents.. .'..'

Altamease Jones, daughter Funeral services for Mr. Vidal '.:'
Eugene Davidson, Jr., son were held Tuesday, at 10 a.m.,

-i22' Lucy Mae Teate, daughter In the Range Mem. Chapel,
Father Garcia officiating.

I ; ; : ; ,;: Mortgage Loans .
FRED J. ARANHA, SR., $5,000 to $100,000 on all
who departed this life Jan. 19, rI V family of the late, St. Agnes Band To

1963. MRS. EVELYN BUTLER types of real estate,
Elect OfficersAll
Gone but not I
who died Dec. 30, wishes to Immediate service
The Family members of St. Agnes
thank the many friends, neigh
bors and relatives for kind- Cornet Band are hereby noti- Send all information to
nesses shown during the hourof fied. The regular business meeting
IN MEMORIAMIn their Bereavement. Thanksfor and election will be held Post Office Box 5173
the many cards, telegramsfood Friday, Jan. 24, 1961, at the
loving memory of the late, and floral pieces. I Parish Hall.Thomas. Zin Code 33101
MRS. CATHRAN LONDY Special thanks to Dr. Lamar, Cash, business Miami Fla.
Who died Jan. 17, 19C3. Dr. Kent, Dr. LaCarte Nurse I
We loved her but God loved Nickens, Nurse Brady of Jack manager 4

her best. May she rest In peace, hon Mem. Hospital, also Rev. r_ A#-f lo-ahft---? f AA1aI 7ai xml l >zhlol>akmri-a9al?3 i-mAh .1,
Daughters: Julia Davis,, John L. Johnson, Rev: I. C. Bj
Rosa Major; sons: Henry Londy Mickins, and the Range Funeral *
and Harold Londy Home.

BENJANMIN II. HOWELL May God's spiritual guidancelive HOUSE FOR RENT
wishes to express sincere appreciation with each and everyone of

IN MEMORIAMIn for the many expressions you forever.
of sympathy the Mrs. Lucy B. Jones and

loving memory of our dear various pastors churches, family 2-bedroom furnished Bunche Park
mother, grand-mothed and sis- schools, civil and fraternal j -

ter, organizations, telegrams, floral
MRS ESTELLA FARRINGTONwho pieces, cards, foodstuffs, and all
departed this life Jan. 19,, acts of kindness shown us dur Death NoticeSAM 691-7331 or 621-7653 <
1959. ing our bereavement.Mrs. .
May her spirit rest In SOLOMON of 4120 SW r
peace .' Docia Howell and died
The Family 25th St. West Hollywood
family accidental In Byron Beach, Ga. .+>blaAAl a AI Lo?#fo7amD lalekAl fa## lal hm mAl fnl lp?..IU lAf#/
11 1961. Funeral services
IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAM Jan Monday,, 2 p.m., In the Chapelof _._.-..-...............---..- ..-..-...--.-.-..-------.

Stevens Funeral Home. Applied Christianity' Spiritual Temple, Inc.
sad but loving memory of In loving. memory of my dear PRESENTS .
our darling daughter and lov- husband, -
ing sister, DAN CLINCH Funeral service for the late, THE MAN OF DELIVERANCE PROM COAST TO COAST'

Nl M who departed this life Jan. 16,. Joseph L. Bloch, died Jan. 15, RT. POPE W. SIMES

1900. at his residence will be held Whatever your problem may bo, through the power of God
Gone but not forgotten SundaYr 2 p.m., at Wards Chapel -
and faith
your it can be solved
May your soul rest In peace. AME Church, Rev. Cham-
Ada Clinch, wife pion officiating.E. Holding Services Nightly 8 p.m.
and family A. Stevens, Funeral Home, Jan. 1 thru 10th at 514 NW 6th Street ;

directing. Hallandale.RICHARDSON Jan. 12 thru 17 .
at 1451 NW 3rd Ave. y

CARD OF THANKSThe Spiritual advice dally 10 h.m. to noon 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at

family of Mrs. Mary 465 N.W. 4th Street
who passed from this For information phone FR 9-1751.
Haynes 106
rytr walk of life Dec. 10, 1963, wish. MR. JOSEPH<: B. MYEKS of --A r_m.m...... i i '-- ___ ....__ .... .- room____
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905 W. 17th St., Fort Pierce,
cs to thank the pastor and all
the members of her church died at Fort Pierce on Jan. 7,
lOG!. He Is survived by two
where she served as a deaconess WINSTON WYNNE
Mt. Carmel Baptist Church and children. Joseph B. Myers, Jd., 7-A
special thanks to Zion hope and Phvllla Myers both of Chi Metro Mayor

., Church New Providence cago, 111., two aunts, Llllle
Baptist -
), n .
KMS f ,
Baptist Church, Re\ Jen Brooks and Mrs. Enid Reese, DAN n
Funeral services DANIELS r.s i Lever
kins pastor of Friendship Baptist two uncles. 9-A
Church, Rev. W. K. Smith were held on Monday, Jan 13, Commissioner r District 1 -
pastor of New Bethel Baptist at 1:00: pm., from Mt. Calvary hAL '
Church, all the members of the Baptist Church with Rev. -
Willing Workers Club,. and to Acthinson the pastor, officia LANDERS Lever, 14-A

all the minister's and Mt.-,Tabor.. ting. District 2 .
Many special' thanks to the ;

ROSA MAE ADDERLEYwho Range Funeral Home and Staff. MR. WILLIE SIMMONS of BOYD

departed this life Jan. 20, -' 578 NW 10th St., Fla. City, died Lever 17-A
1963. CARD OF THANKSThe on Jan.. 10. Survivors Include District 3
She Is just away! his. wife Jennie two daughters,
I cannot say, and I will not say family of the late, Jannte Mae Simmons, and Mrs TOM O'MALLEY
e' that she Is dead, she is just MRS. FANNINE B. SHANNONwho Iva Lee Jefferson, a son, John, Lever 21-A
'r. away, passed Dec. 22, wishes to four brothers, J. C. Simmons, District 4
r, With a cherry smile and a wave thank their many friends for David Simmons, 'Henry Sim-
,'It. of the hand, donations, cards and flowers mons and Alttert: Powell, a sister GEORGE
'' She wandered Into an unknown during their hour of grief. Mrs. Carrie E.,Cross, a stepmother MILHET Lever 27-A1
land, The Family six aunts, two uncles. District 6 j
And left us dreaming how very services Will be held

., fair, CARD OF THANKSThe on Saturday, Jan. 18, at St.
John Baptist Church In Sunny Lexer 40A"rUE'
Its needs must be since she lingers '
t f toe late Haven, Fla., at 2 with
_ 8
Colomon ,
Rev. R. C. officiating.
\J, And you-O you, who the wildest
.wish to take this method of '
Vt.;* : yearn acknowledging and Please call the campaign headquarter for,the .abovecandidatea'
old time and glad gratefully .
; : For the step MRS. EVA BRADLEY of 1673 .
f thanking you for your kind $, 6-O526 for your to
return, NW 5th Place died at her hqmeon person person:
.' _:" Think! of her, faring on, expressions of sympathy.Cohen Special Jan. 11. Surviving are three contact and question with each man .:: !
,, As dear In the love of there as thanks to Elder Jacob sisters, Mrs. Emma Rivers, Mrs. .
'4 Hhe here and members of the A. M. Mamie Johnson, and Mrs. Candidates House 'j j
fst! ,a;|C4' : 'love / Church of God ,
Cohen Temple
,,', Think of, her' still as-the same '' Maggie Woodard. Funeral ser- \
I say, In extended Christ. gratefulness the Francis Funeral also vices were held on Tuesday, Campaign, headquarters :6412 NW 15tht. Are. <
She Is not dead, she Is Just away. to God bless each of Jan. 14, at 2:30: p.m., In the Cha 1'
I Sleep my dear daughter, we Home. May pel with Rev. Stevens officiating. Saturday, January 25, all day t.

love you but God loves you best. you.The Interment In Evergreen Ceme
Cash Family ,tery.
The Adderley Family .
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front Jalousied porch, hard- G

wood floors, stove, refrigerator i
2-car garage, many extras WANTED MOUNT SINAI BAPTIST :
No closing costs, total $11,000, MAN TO SHINE SHOES. Ph. Rev. S. A. Thomas Pastor .'
I $350 down. Shell Realty 42GO FR 3-3381, Ext, 237 or 758-5177 1419 N. W 5 Place

NW 7 Ave 758-5551 for appointment, ask for AI ,',
Crawford or apply at 017 NW Last Sunday morning, a very /
Inspirlratlonal sermon was delivered ,"
2nd AVe. 12 pm Monday.
$350 DOWN, 4300 NW 11th PI. by our pastor. The song
Open 1-5. 3-bedroom beautyon service was beautifully rendered -

corner lot. Allapattah Realty Notice Thanks by the Junior Choir.

Have mercy upon me, 0 God, according Sunday evening was the beginning
to Thy loving kindness, of our years work with '"4
FOR RENT FOR $300 DOWN,' $50-- month, 1230 according to the multitude of auxiliaries working together towards
SALE NW 43 St. Open 1-5 Sat. and Thy tenuei mercies; blot out my the relocation of our new i.

STORE MODERN .. Sun. CBS beauty, sparkling transgressions. church.
CBS $67 Month pays all. Big CBS clean, better hurry this will sell
bldg. Parking, 5745 NW 22 Ave. for only $9,000 total, $200 fast:: Allapattah Realty, no closing Thanks to Rev. H. 1<). Green The auxiliaries working together ;
$70 month, call Mr. Marvin. down. Carport and costs. and the members of Mt Zion this month were the

Greater Miami Realty, HI nice area. Phone A. Ben-Kori garage AME Church; my neighborsand Deacons, Deaconesess, and

4-6133. Realtor, 714 NW 62 St. nites friends. Trustee Board. Their topic was
2 NICE LOTS with "Fellowship of Prayer. The
PL 9-5533, days PL 4-3131 lovely I
extend thanks
r fruit trees, 50 x 108. 3254 and my special : The Choirs-Usher Board andi
ROOM, quite, respectable 3250 NW 52 Usher Hoard No. one of Mt No.
man. St, NE 4-5705. i two gave a presentation'
Zion and to Mr and Mrs. Robert
754-4709. Extra large kitchen. $79 I old hymns, and sister James
Wear of North Miami\
month pays all. Big living i gave a lovely illustration of
LARGE, clean 2-bedroom apt. tile roof, like new CBS, best I BARGAIN SALE duplex on Beach, for their kindness and the Lord's Prayer, $191.51 was
Fenced yard, good neighborhood area, $11,500 total $250 down. large corner lot, live on 1 side thoughfulness during my ill- raised by the group. .I

351 NW 16th Terr. Ex. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 714 NW rent the other, excellent loca- I
cellent bus conveniences, one 62 St., niter PL 9-5533 tion, good terms to responsible ness.May Worship with us during our
God bestow His blessings
small child please. NE 4-5705. PL 4-3431 party. Inspect 5105 NW 30 Ave. I regular services. Sunday School,
and phone Mrs. James, FR 'upon each of you and upon at 9.30: morning services, at 11

FURN. 9-ROOM House, money 4- 558. J31 your, families I a.m. BTU, at 630: p.m., and

maker, hot and cold water ''Drive by 51$ NW 46 St., 2 With much gratitude, I I evening service at 7 p.m.

(prefer couple), 1817 NW (5 Ct. Fla. rooms, truly a lovely HOME PLUS INCOME direct
phone NE 43177.1BEDROOM home oak floors, tHe roof, from owner Lovely CBS with Mrs. Rosa M, Thompson I I

awanings, Pone total, huge Fla. room, air cond., plus 2250 NW 153rd St. i ,Join The NAACP!
completely furn. $450 down. A, Ben- separate house in rear. Live

Good surrounding, $15wk.Ap- Korl, Realtor, 714 NW 62 St., for $50 a month, $450 down, '"-L-l-- -W1.I.I..1.Va.1..- (
plv at 1934 NW 58th St. phone nltes PL 9-5533, days PL FHA. See at 531 NW 52nd St.
NE5-S915. 4-3431 WI 5-0880. I A dirty, messy, disgusting job?

2-BEDROOM unfurn. house: 3 $295 DOWN, Move right In. I Yes, it''is
bus PROFESSIONAL People, an Owner must sell CBS
lines 1072 NW 54th St. To lovely
see call WI 5-4857 or NE 4-0212 exquisite home for youi 3- good for small family. Bard:: i, BIOCAREIS '
bedroom 2 full baths
4-0212. large wood floors, screened porch, ,
corner lot, all rooms separateand carporte. See Sun. at 741 NW 77 THE ANSWER
LOVELY 2-BEDROOM house large, Fla. room 14 x 21, Terr. WI 5-0880.
chain link garage and carporte, large kit- Hem would you like to end 1hc( job of cleaning) your gronsotilap
fence. Will sell
rent with money applying to chen with breakfast nook, best CBS DUPLEX. 2-bedroom and Hpptle. 'lank, roNNpool forever? Tlwrw IN nothing In this
area. Open to offers, cash mon Fla. room each side. No quali- $
purchase. Nice small family world OH friiNtratlnir, lnfnH.itInjr' an u logged "low running
ey talks, no qualifying required fying, move right in. Live free,
only. $22 week. NE 5-5566.
per on balance. For apoint- low down payment. Owner WI drain or toilet. Now every homeowner, every business, rewtamtmt

2-BEDROOM APT. ment to see call A. Ben-Kori, 5-9886. etc, van l>e nsMiml not only of free flowing drain
1136 NW
Realtor 714 62 St. nltes I
5 Ave. New building, $20 per NW linen, mink*" tubs, but this \\lll actually five their drains,
PL 9-5533, days PL 4-3131,
week. Key In apt. 3 or tele- Ncptlc tank, (ri'MNpool! and sewer linen of all inmiNtrntlonn)
refr g. and water. $23 week
phone FR 1-1905, JE 1-3184 3-BEDROOM G70 NW 52 St, Dixie Rental, and keep them a* free and open IIH' the day t they were Installed -

... 2 bath, Fla. 633-2129 If the building. Inn BO old morel
,CLEAN ( even years' or
furnished apt: room, dining room, beautiful
In nice, quiet place, 6306 NW kitchen, utility room, brand A )product utterly new in concept, jet im, old aw nature
15 Ave. FR '- 1-9797 or NE new, $1,500 down, open Sunday 3-BEDROOM HOUSE. $30 per Itself,
Ask for week. 1300 NW 60 St. (033-2429: :
Kelley. 1-5. 1772 NW 47 St JE
Our product, called nIO-< .\IU will reduce theo selvage
FUHNISHED APT. with yard NOW RENTING. Adults only, wastes' to liquid. that will flow off naturally.

and porch Reasonable. For. .In. I NO QUALIFY ING Almost new 2-bedroom duplex, $25 per week. J25 M
Stove refrJ 1121 1439 NW
OX 1-2426. '
beautiful 2-bedroom, 2 full
45 St. 6332.j20.LARGE Please Call 691-8785
bath CBS. Each bedroom has '.f
FURNISHED Efficiency. Pri- its own entrance and Its own SALES MEN, SALESLADIES WANTED
vate bath, stove, refrig. Prefer beautiful bathroom. Flat tile 2-BEDROOM house. Evenings between 6.9 p.m.
man. 1400 NW 46 St 1429 NW 45 St. Stove, rcfrig.
roof, wall to wall closets, large
modern kitchen, awning, win- $30 week, 633-2429.

ROOM In private home. $7.50 dows, etc. Price is only $12,500 -
each: 1545 NW 68 St. OX M690. and monthly payments are COUCHES AND CHAIRS re- N'J'- : __ .
, $85 month. Life Realty, 4932 covered. Vets Workshop, Inc., '
UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom NW 7 Ave. PL 9-1371, Open 1715 SW 4th St. 371-1133. Indf

home, one side of duplex, 4110 Sundays and evenings.
NW 14 Ave. OX 1-1690. In residential Your Spiritual advisor here King 0' Hearts
district. from New York until Jan. 27.
PULLY at 4714 NW 16th Ave. Call
CBS with separate gar-
awnings, stove, refrigerator
TSTW 77 St. Owner, WI 6-9886. age, washing machine. Price I WANTKD 6000 NW 7th Avenue

:EFFICIENCY' is $13,500, $,100 down and $84 I WORKING PERSON to share
and 2-room
apt. month. Life Realty, 4932 NW NE PRESENTS
home with working lady.
in :,rear.' Apply at 1177. NW 77
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open even- 4-5895 or OX 1-7281.

St. Mrs. Schroder. days and Sundays I THE BIG SHOW OF '64

6 rooms, bath. No children $20
rooms, separate garage, new I
week. 5900 NW 23 Ave.
"roof, freshly painted, reflnlsh-
xl hardwood floors, appliances
in private home, ladyor down THA REECEAND
Price Is $9,500, only $300 AREA
man -soWer call 757-2346. and $77 per month. Life Realty, V %t a'+

1932 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371.
Open evenings Sundays.
Opa-locka area. 1-bedroom un-
!urn. $15 week, 2-bedroom un- NO QIFYING
furn. $18, 1-bedroom furn. $21, THE VERNIERSALONG
2-Bedrooms turn. $25. Call Mick, CBS] cottage appliances.
Ins Rental AgencyvtNC 4 ))500. S2504down and $75 month.' Move rJN
i Tight Jn. Life Realty, 4932 NW WITH .

7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Sun- '

1-BEDROOM fern apt. All days and, .evenings Gene Butler I and Band '

utilities, downtown area, $18
efficiency. $13. Call Micklns FHA TERMS 3-Mpdrooms.
Dental Agency, NE 2 baths. CBS, Fla. room. The ALL-STAR CAST FEATURING .
40500.Indf third bedroom has Its own yy

NEW! 2-BEDROOM APT. Un- entrance and bathroom. PriceIs THE GYPSY QUEENS
:furn. References, deposit, call only $12,400. $...00 down and
(OX 1-0789 after 6 p.m. $85 month. Life Realty, 4932 Letnett DeborahPLUS
NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371 Open anid,

NICE ROOM. Lady preferred. Sundays and evenings.NO .
''Phone NA 1-6115, 1961 NW -
:166 St., Opa-locka. CLOSING COSTS Love
ly CDS, 3-bedrooms, large MKM Clarence Reid, Jimmy Wilson, Funny Man Hines
screened porch, awnings
EARRING found at Delta dance stove, refrigerator separate DERS MAY MAKE THEIR Extra Added Attraction .

Dec. 26, at Bayfront Park Aud. garage has complete bathroom. DONATION TO THE .
Owner may call FR 3-6012. Price Is, $11,500, with $250 SPIRITUAL TEMPLE OF PICKPOCKET PEARL"Open'House
down and owner pays closing
MORTGAGE LOANS $5,000 to costs. Life Realty. 4932 NW 7 ZION, Inc.
$10,000 on all types of rea 1 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Sundaysand At the home of th, 91.! ... president Friday and SundayNo
estate. Immediate services.iaernd evenings. and trennnrcr. She l<* slew,,
all Information to post' office one of our ordained nIrt.ter*.

box 5173, Zip code 33101, Miami, OWNER PAYS closing costs on Our charter I I..* rrRlMrrrd' In Admission Big Show
Fla. this gorgeous CBS 2-bedroom, Broward and Dade (f'ountle,
screened front porch tile roof, L. HUNTER, D.D.
TO MY MANY FRIENDS I carport appliances, many ex- Saturday Admission 50 cents No table charge
all located at 5253 NW 24th PI. tras. Total $12,200, $350::; dawn, 1887 N.W. 73rd 5*,

Cal gay's Beauty Salon, NE $63 month. Shell Realty, 4200 I
1-t1J;. Clarice Carnegay, prop. NW 7 Ave 73S-5551; .t. sl ,x>, srsa sossr>,lwxrss



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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. i Job Consultant VisitsG. Baptist Ministers
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I PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1964 I W. Carver High Broward By Walter County Bowe CouncilThe Baptist Ministers' Council :

Carver's eighth and ninth of Greater :Miami and Vici-

I graders were advised at a recent The South Broward VFW nity will hold its bimonthly

,J \ Brotherhood Award assembly to prepare them- Post No. 8105 meets Sunday, evening session on Jan. 20,,'at J
by Corinth Church
selves for Job opportunities, Jan. 19, at the home of WalterA. Baptist Rev. \
Mr. Melvin Jackson, Job con- Bowe, 4444 SN 17th St., on W. T. Thomas, pastor, begin-
sultant of the Florida Employ- ning at 7,30.Highlights: .
Pembroke Road. Veterans who
Dinner Planned Feb. 18A ment service.Mr. .
served overseas are invited to of the \current'
Jackson stated that train- attend our 1064 membership weekly International Sunday
Ing plus opportunity equals drive. Refreshments will be ser- School Lesson will be given by
record attendance of over the facts ved after the meeting. C. B. -'
jobs. Here are con- Bible expositor, the Rev. RV
120 members of the Brotherhood : Blount, commander; Rob- and
Dade ,County cerning Job opportunities post Thompson, a special ser-
Award Dinner Committee of
)bie: Brayboy, adjustant mon will be delivered by the
the Florida Region, National Council For Youth A. There as 44,000 differ Rev. C. Wade, minister of St.
Conference of Christians and ent Jobs.B. .
Mark Church.
Jews, heard dinner chairmanCol. The Cuoncll is grateful to its Until recently Negroes Alvoid James of C655 SW 15th church Baptist leaders extended All

Mitchell Wolfson outline member and many friends who only held 237 of them.C. St., West Hollywood, and a mem- Invitation are to attend a
have donated so generously of training ber of the Excelsior along
the plans for this annual event More vocational Bowling with all laymen. Music will be
which will be held on Tuesday their time and resources in the along with academic League, bowled at 2.53 games furnished the St. Mark's
evening, Feb. 18, at the Fon- Interest of the young people at studies is the answer to the last day in Dec. to win a choir. by
talnbleau Hotel. Youth Hall. All of these efforts the unemployment pro- 2.50 gold pin at the Cloverleaf

made a pleasant holiday seasonat blem.: Lanes. He also bowls with the Rev. T. Johnson, presidentRev.
The Brotherhood Award is the Hall. The Sweethearts of Bowe's Barber Shop team. Mr.
presented annually by the NCCJto Roses sponsored a very lovely When seeking a Job remem- James also got the 635 set. W. J. Macon, secretary
three outstanding Floridians Christmas party. Mrs. Mary ber the following:

who have actually promoted and McKenzIe made it possible for looks for
supported its year-round pro- each child to receive a gift of a 1. The employer his business. Mrs. Clara Milton of 4842 SW EBENEZER METHODIST
s an asset to 24th and 48th Ave. celebratedher
gram for better human relationsto wrist watch. The Christmas Rev. A. D Hall minister ,
combat bigotry and hatred in Vesper Service was directed by 2. Know the Job, and let birthday at her home in E. Ingram, reporter jilt
our community. The names of Rev. William Savoy. He is com the employer know you West Hollywood.Star .
the award recipients for 1964 members and many: friends who know. The pastor was away duringthe
will be announced shortly. untiring service during the past Light Lodge No. 542 will past week in a preachingand
year. The Council says thanksto Students are being informedof meet Friday night, Jan. 17 at 8 teaching Evengelistlc Mis-,
Serving on the Executive the School Lunchroom Association avilable Job opportunities in p.m. Members, please be present sion at High Springs, Florida.
Dinner Committee with Col. the Las Amigas Club various fields after graduationfrom Brother William H. Butler

Wolfson are: Sidney D. Ansin, and Links, Inc. These groups high school, so that they brought an inspiring messageat
Harry Hood Basset C. L. Cle- made it possible for a piano to can better prepare themselves TEMPLE BAPTISTThe the morning service. The

ments, Jr., James M. Cox, Jr., be bought for Youth Hall. while here by Including in their night sermon was delivered by
: No. 2 choir Mrs. Matilda
Alfred H. Daniels, James Donn, The Council is nonsectarianand course of study the necessary brother Oswald K. Sands., all
Jr., Ronald L. Fine, William C. subjects that will enable themto Hall president, and Charles of of these sermons were
non-political and has Its
Gaither, John S. Knight, Wil- the wel.] be eligible for same. Ambrose, director, will celebrate well delivered and received, by
liam B. MacDonald Robert major purpose, general This activity is being sponsored : Its anniversary 3 p.m.
the members and visitors in the
fare of Dade County Youth. The
Macht, Robert M. Morgan Eugene by the G. W. Carver's GuId- An Interesting program: has absent of the pastor.
objectives To develop and
been prepared for the occasionand
E. Mori, Ben Novack, J. ance Department.
Vincent O'Neill mantalon conditions favorable a number of choirs will will
William Paw- Floral The Pastor's Aid Board
ley, John R. Ring, Stanton D. to the moral and physical wel- participate. The public is In- observe it's Eight Anniversary,
fare of to further awakenthe
Sanson, McGregor Smith, C. H. youth; vited. Sunday, Jan. 19, 1964 with the
Dade citizens to
Topmlller, W. J. Troup, RobertL. County ElementaryThe The male chorus will sing Rev. T. C. Kelly, Jr., of St. Paul
Turchin, John B. Turner, knowledge of the problems of Sunday, during the morningand AME Church at 4 p.m. The pub
Paul S. Walker. Its youth. Floral Heights Elemetary evening services. lic is Invited to share in the
The public is urged to sup- School's PTA was held on De- The Missionary Society will fellowship.The .
YWCA port the Dade County Council 10. at 8 a.m. The devotion was sponsor its annual New Year's
Hightlights for Youth by ito membershipand led by Mrs Janie Florence. The turkey dinner this Saturday, at Fifth Annual Calendar
participate in its efforts. audience was led Into a Chris- the church. Service begins at Rally will be launch Sunday,
NIGIIT OP GAMES mas Sin -A-Iong by our Music noon and will last until? Do- Jan. 19. The rally, which the
The Advisory Committee of v teacher; Mrs. Lydia Higgs. natin one dollar. Delivery will members look forward to each

the Northwest YWCA Center invites PHIL OSSOFER The poem, "The Night Before be made If desired. year with great anticipation.
Its members and frIendsto Christmas" was dramatized by I

attend the Annual Night of SAYS: the first grade pupils and nar- I
Games.: This is
a recreational rated by Mrs. Gloria McPhee.St. .
evening for adults only to be "' - -- --- Nick and many other Christmas . . . ."{ ,
held on Friday, Jan. 24, at 8 p. characters were portrayed I
m., In the Activities Building Whenever I see a plture of .
by the first graders, even to the .
Mrs. Addle Sampson, Project Jesus, I wonder: "Did He really Christmas Chorus.
Chairman, promises an entertaining look like that?" Great doubt encircles : .

evening for all. my mind, for He has Miss Georgia Clark, first : For ,ALL ,, :-

been depicted differently by the grade teacher, gave "ThoughtsFor K
"TEEN TOURS" various artists who have por- The Holidays", and topped .
The Northwest YWCA Cen- trayed what is ,believed to be it off with a seasonal solo. : DadeCounty
ter Is beginning a new piece of His likeness. It is only natural The business session was pre-

program for teenager called that each artist has injected his sided over by the president,
"Teen Tours". This will consistof own ideas about Jesus' physical Mrs. Muriel Vaughns. :
trips to various places within appearance, since each slantedhis ; ,
the states: and to Bimini. Ever- artistry according to his own Parent reports from the Family
glades National Park is the destination environment and experience.I Project launched by our prin- t Y

of the first trip to have seen His pictures drawn cipal, Mrs. Grace B. Albert, at .
to take place on Saturday, Feb. by a Latin artist, in which He our last PTA meeting proved
8. The fee is $4.50 for the one appears to be a Latin. I presume Interesting and enlightening.The .
day trip by chartered bus. In that oriental artists purpose of said project Is 1a
terrested persons should register give Him an oriental look. to provide an experimentalback < "'

well In advance as the Western artists have given Hima ground, for our pupils.
group is limited to 39 and fair skin
to an untrue picture ofa The Attendance Banner
young people In Junior Semite of the was
high land in which Mrs. Forde
won by Margaret
school through 20 He born.
yers. Call was
second grade class. The door
4 your Y Center for further Information All artists give Jesus a look

0312651. nf great physical: < understanding. dart. was The won prize by was Mrs.a Dorothy basket I'I,

SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB according to my of groceries (donated< by the
of the Scriptures, is mislead I
The YWCA 'Senior Citizens first grade teachers.
Club will meet Friday Jan. 17 ing. The 53rd Chapter of Isaiah, Mrs. Muriel Vaughns, president -
In which
I, as a Jew. first recognized -
at 2:30: pm, In the Activities .
Jesus in HN
Building. All Senior Citizens spiritual Mrs. Grace B. Albert, prin-
are station as the Son of God, givesa cipal
invited to participate in this re- physical picture of Him
recreational program. which does match
not His man-
Girls 7-12 years may take part made pictures.In .
in the 'Tiny Teen Time' programat the second verse, It states, Pull Lever
the Northwest YWCA Center he hath no form or com-
5100 NW 21st. Ave. There will llness, and when we shall see Jabberwork i I. in the air

be six Saturdays of fun, beginning him, there is no beauty that we a..lnl! Watch this space 2A :"
Jan. 18 from 12.12 p.m. should desire him It is quite '"' '
Activities will include games, possible that physically He appeared for coming attraction! .
. . )
sewing .;
cooking, crafts, singing much like the type of "("'
The fee is $2.00 plus YWCA Jew whom many non-Jews -- __ ; "r[,p':",'f.-:1
membership. ridicule.

THE FINE ARTSCONSERVATORY (under Ironically the, conditions the only hereto-artists CHECK YOUR NCr MAYOR'S \ :,"f,ii j i\\',}

fore stated,) who could accurately I .
portray Jesus on canvas, are i / ;
Jewish artists, and they are \ \
The Fine Arts Conservatory the only ones who, because of I CXKUFST :.'"
announces classes in drawingand religious belief would have no
painting for beginners interest in drawing His! picture. -
throurrh advanced
students, .
both children and adults to begin I I ;
on Saturday, Jan. 25. A'.t awarded her a tuition uvot! LEVWI .., .
Registration for these classes scholarship. Miss Simonhoffwill '

is each:: Saturday, at The Fine bring to her students the 7A 7A ,\ :,' j: ,
Arts Conservatory, 615 NW 60th experience of teacher and: artist. \ ,
St., between 10 a.m.,. and 2 p.m.. -.........................-....... ...................- I I" .. '> I. '. "
or bv telephone at that time.
Call Y57-1351 ONE AND ONLY! '.,"')"::;1.: '
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Miss! Sherna Simonhoff received folks that Winsta .J. \1'. .. ,
Many to the
go TOM wnne ;U;' :.' ... .:
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B. S. laude in Fine
a cum SateIIIteJt'O to no other cocktail H. I V 'I '
Arts at BrandeIs University in loungr. This' \\'OMII. friendly \ > ., .:j,;. :
Massachusetts. At the'same institution house IN unique In Itself. Always :ABLE ..

she received honorable pleasant! Always atmosphere .
mention in sculpture as well as "Out of This World. r.... :., DEDICATION : T Tr

drawing and creative arts awariJs. SATELLITE LOUNGE '":\" \ __ .&
Last summer the Yale 6222 NW 7th Avenue \ "

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18, I&64: PAGE 15 Brown, minister Hev. J. E. Jenkins pastor 2014 NW 5th Court
Miss Dessle Crpckett. reporter Ruby Lee Carr, reporter Rev. J, B. Woodley, pastor

And the second is like, namely He that dwelleth In the Deacon J. A. Sanders, reporter
this, Thou shalt love thy secret place of the most high Forgetting those things
neighbor as thyself. There is shall abide under the shadow which are behind, and reaching
none othert commandment of the Almighty Psalm 91:1.: forth unto those things which
greater than these Mark Services were inspiring both are before, I press toward the
12.31.We: morning and evening last Sunday mark for the prize of the high
with the pastor delivering enlllnr of God) In Christ ..Testio
were -- ----
privileged to have
uoin sermons. Phlllpplana 3.1314.As : : .
our Rev.
C. Albert who delivered -
a soul stirring sermon Thanks to the Sunday School we enter the new year it
Sunday. The Male Chorus sane Department with Deacon is time for turning our thoughtstoward
14IU:11L.LA! ''I Ii! Zion songs with such uplifted James Ross, superintendent, the future. As we look
voices. The entire service was for such a nice treat as a belated ahead, we behold new horizons
.'4, R x.. 1 soul rational.We touching. and very Inspi- Christmas present. In the and cherish beautiful hopes.
BTU hour the Youth Depart- This was the experience of
I pray a special prayer for ment presented its Christmas the Apostle Paul, who proposed
4i the candidates who were Baptized I play Our congratulation to Sis. ''forgetting those things
Sunday. May they see the Gussie Wright, head directress, which are behind." Like Paul,
-G Christ In us as we go about glv Sis. Essie Mae Robinson Sis. let us not dwell on the things
p : JJt ing service in Ills name. Lucy Rembert and Sis. Leola which are old and gone, but
To visiting friends, may God Rogier, her co-workers for press toward that which lies
bless_ _. you for. : worshiping with such a beautiful play. Thanks nh/vtrt _In__ our_ _11vna_. _u._
.1[ kttt'yN I us at MI ''aoor. also to Rev. and Sis. J. E.
t Wright for the loan of their When we live day by day In
Mt. Tabor is In the process of son, James Jr., who the spirit of Jesus, we have no
launching its gigantic project Jesus was baby need to look behind to regret
I of 19G1. Read this column each the past. In his strength we
week for complete details and Baptismal service will be can sow on the earth good seed
Information.The held Sunday at Virginia Beach which will bring forth good
fruit in its time and
at 7.30: a.m. We
are praying for
Family at Mt Tabor wishto
: j say Happy Birthday to each our sick a speedy recovery. We look forward to seeing you
.iy : members born in in church this Sunday. Visitorsare
--4 d4 January Thought for the day: If you always welcome to worship
would lift others up, you must with us at all times.
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. get on higher ground yourself.

O. W. Foster, pastor r................1....N..N...... and Let pray us not for forget the sick to and visit shut-with
Bro. Casey Graham, reporterAll ins.
candidates who were bap Painting Contractor
,. i t tized last Sunday are asked to On each Sunday at 030: a.m.
please be to church on this WARNER HINES Sunday School begins. At 11 a.m.
Sunday morning. This Is so morning worship. The public is
you can be fellowshlpped into not only Invited to attend our
the church. The pastor will de ')..'. services but is urged to come
BOARD MEMBER WELCOMES count at that Institution. Damita liver the message on Sunday and I participate In every phase
: NEW DEPOSITOR- Jo, who recently closed another with music being rendered of service so desired.
The sweet, petite Damita Jo is successful engagement on :Miami by the youths in the morning
greeted by Legal Eagle Henry Beach at the swank Doral! and by the No. 2 choir Sunday had Through the help of God we

Arrington, of Franklin Federal Beach Hotel, will leave for Japan night. are now a prosperous soliciting 1063 both, your and we

Savings and Loan Assn., on the shortly her to next make nationwide a film, following Sunday at 3 pm. the Home prayers and presence in our
occasion of her Mission Society will sponsorits services to make 1061 an even
opening an ac- television appearance in Feb.
J annual tea. w greater year. Beginning the
Thursday, Jan. 23 there will 10th of February we will begin -
be a Federation program,: at 8 itl l t; Y five nights meeting in
the church. This which we will have five out-
NAACP HAS OVER p.m. at program tJrt'nncd' nnd Insured standing ministers to deliver
( Is to cement more unity
the So
messages. once again,
I among our church members By City and County
friends. we urge your attendance.
Service phone FR 9.8685
The public is Invited to wor-
ship with us at all times. Pray
for and visit the sick. I ........+. .-. . . .;.....4 Advertise.. It Pays!
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NEW YORK.- Signaling Its

leadership In epoch-making civil ..xOttLET'S
rights activities of 1963, the
National Association for the Ad
vance of Colored People for GET DOWN TO-BUSINESS
the first time! Passed the halfmillion -

Executive mark Secretary In membership.Wilkins ELECT A STANDUP-STANDOUT FIGHTER

reported at the Association's
annual meeting here, Jan. 0,
a total of 515,396 members as of YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Dec. 24. This figure represents
an additional 117,986 members'ver
'- 1962, an increase of 29
her> cent.

Youth membership reached
'55.8G7 lua 50 per cent increase
'lover the 1962 total. TflM O'MALLEY

Under direction of Gloster B.
current, director of branches,
a record number of new units
were chartered during the year
120 branches; youth councils -
college chapters and' young O'MALLEY IS THE SAME CAN-
adult councils. The newsychartered -
units brought the DATE WHO GAINED
total to 1, 725, the highest in 48,000
the history of the organization. ,dj ih'yp r1A
There are active units in the WHEN HE RAN AGAINST DAVID
District of Columbia and In
every state of the Union ex- j ELDR IDGE.
cept Alabama where the Association -
has been banned by f
:1956.a state court Injunction since YOU KNOW( YOU CAN COUNTON

: Chicago with a total of I Y* tit % AND TRUST .
1,690 was the largest single % *
:branch In! the Association. How i5f.
Irucr'i.the 12 Branches in the
boroughs of New York TOM
''City enrolled a total of 34,011. yr a ft'' iMk.
Second largest single branch
'In .the country was Detroit r
wl.th. 28,443, followed tov Phfla'delphta. -
24481other branches O'NALLEYLEVER
with 10,000 or more members
Included Cleveland ,16,034;
Baltimore, 12,613; Washington.
11,205; Pittsburgh, 10,457; and
Brooklyn 10,200.In .

every area of Its activity .,
the NAACP saw outstanding
uccess In 10 3. The Youth and .
College Division the largest -

youth civil rights group in the
nation massed Its membersfor

sit-ins, stand-Ins, drlve- 21Aa

Ins, wadeinsmass' demonstra ;: %: H
protest marches, picket
lints and selective buying cam-

Paiges In virtually every sec-
/)!." s the country.



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nltely, Jimmy Crawford will
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New Light.No. 504 cordially this wonderful scene. "Out of
Invlyo no-J76h th' 1\i" ar a' 'this world.
19G1. festive" Ted,", Sunday,. Jan,-
20, 4 to 0 p.m. at the ""home of SATELLITE. LOUNGE
Bro., and Mrs., Will 0: t6xr 17GO '
NW 56th 'St, Donation( .$1.003. : ", 0222 ;,N'V.7th ,Ave
I. E. Johnson. W. Mi; .J. :: :: :: ;;; .

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Miss Jeanette I HH And Laundry *M

Bellamy Dies, Long I \Paa5390| \ NW 12th Ave. ,.
Miami Fla.
\\Ki3g5JBl ,
Time Teacher I _
Services for Miss Jeanette A.Bellamy x
j a teacher at Holmes | PROVIDED A PURCHASE! OP $2.00 OR MORE I
Elementary School will be held IS MADE AT THE SAME TIME .
on Friday at Mt, Zion Baptist I
; Church Miss Bellamy, who died on r. s.r, r Jail 23 r .r r ..

Jan 11, taught In Marion
and Hlllsborough Counties before
I II I coming to Miami in the
thirties Miss Bellamy was affiliated Finest Selections In Miami
I organizations of the Dade
School system and was a member Lovely homes open
I Church of the Mt. Zion Baptist NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ $89 to $189START

Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Term Less Than Rent
I Estelle B. Jones, a nephew and NOW! SAVE OR SEND
other relatives

i,is CHATTER 290 NW 48th Street $5.00 A WeekWear

t Lovely CBS 2-bedlroom, Fla. room, hardwood floors your imported 100 per cent European human
C. Continued from page 2 and tile roof. $400 down, $77 per month. $12,500 hair wig for Lincoln's birthday. Afterwards'pay at
E. IIIH BEATITUDE Peter IV, total price. the rate find convenient.
IJ Patriarch of St. Peter's AfrI- you
r can Orthodox Cathedral, will -S FROM' $10 TO $20 MONTHPrice

:, ]r I arrive 18. This in will Miami be Saturday his first, visit Jan. 4000 NW 18th Avenue includes set, wig case, wig. head, wig brush

',. t to the Southern Jurisdiction School teachers special I Gorgeous CBS 3-bedlroom, and the wig book.
.. ? since his enthronement to the Fla. room, tile roof, carporte andl appliances on two WRITTEN GUARANTEEPay
i high office of Patriarch for wig want. Wear wig while
total anyway you your
r. big lots. $400 down, FHA terms. $3,000 price.
tl Vou pay. We show the wigs In the privacy of your
,A Mrs. CLARA FERGUSON ---- -------- home.
;:. returned last week from Nassau -
Call JE 2-1 180
oj' Bahamas, where she spent 5101 NW 3rd AvenUe
U the Christmas holidays with ASK FOR MRS. LEONARD
gi] relatives and friends.st Lovely CBS, 2 bedroom, carporte and appliances on

'. '. to beautiful corner lot. $350 down, $60 per month.
8. Mildred Marion, Lory's Salesgirl $10,500 total price.
dE will Miami Police
te Officer Prince FarrIngton on 5- Ford Real Estate Specials !
gl: Saturday, Jan. 25.:
1738 NW 39th Street
yo Scott Paper Company ran a bedroom See us ,today for a home to rent or buy. We have
se] two-page: ad In Tuesdays' Huge CBS 3-bedroom, 2-baith plus 1-
yo,: Herald that pictured 11 young bath rental, $600 down. No closing costs. FHA terms over 200 to choose from.
for and pretty girls. Two were Ne- .
i groee.S ----- -

) Slappy White, billed as theworld's 1-1855 NW 43rd! St. 1-bedroom house. $18 wk.
most "up to date" comic, 6820 NW 6th AvenueNo .
ClV; Is doing a stint at the Voyager Good for small family.
Bat Lounge, 12350 Biscayne Blvd., qualifying on. this CBS 3-bedroom, oak floors,
u: and the fabulous Eight Trenier carporte, fence and barbecue on 2 big lots. $795 2-1301 NW 60th St. ;2-bedroom house. $17.50
I Inv Brothers arc back at Tony's .down,'.$85, per months ... week
reo: Fish Market' for their annual 4. ::....' -_,'',\_'-'._<*l*'., _.-,/ >-.'.>,'.,i .
in t engagement. .; v >a r'. 3-1320 NW 60th St. 2-bedroom Apt. $20 week

sioben We have' largest;selections of CBS 2 and 3 bedroom 4-1902 NW 51st Terrt!t.1; tlrge house $25 week.
Do You Want To 44o'& e.\Jn i tlveI7.a r.'*!*1*. ... .
Esker that. 5-2010 NW '53rd ? f ..!P wi.rS7:86: month
nln, h. :A0,, works for you) St.t ,, r .
Act Quit Smoking? 3-bedroom CBS h -f '\ .tL". .. .
sew; TNEW$1EALTY\: t. ''\''-.' _
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The iA new Organization to help -
men Individuals stop smoking Is'being Brand New 3-bedroosia Homes. $500 |)own

formed in the Greater Miami 4600 N.W. ..nth,.A : 1-7690 lSth Avenue
TI Area. "Cigarette Smokers .e.''' +!':''- PL 4-0655 NJWj
.$a" ,; Anonymous" is being sponsored .. 'Jopoj wunday) 2. 7720 NW'; I3th Avenue
C.; I by ,the Dade County Tubercu- .r '#o .I1-!",,'..;Jh"'t ."\,.,l : 3. 1735 NW 68th Street
losis and Health Association. Its .' yw .n. ,"". +, ': k,Y. '
purpose is to bring together KKKK! I+[KKKKKK 1. .... K-eKaK [KK KK!
a people who want to stop smoking '
arj In order that they might 6-3041 NW 55th St. $15O dow $20'week.

UI help each other. In the beginnIng I JET TV CLINIC ; 2-bedroom CBS home .
ho there will be guidance from .'
gi butIt the Tuberculosis Is hoped that Association eventually, 7-6320 NW ,29th Ave -;- 3-bedroom, 3 bath home. I

is this1, group will become self- e HOME SERVICE: CALLS $1.00 \ar. Like new. $3,000 under original price. I'

St. sustaining. }j (Day or Night} JJ 8-1469 NW 38th St. Nice, clean home $350 down !
The first meeting of "CIga- If $85 month. ; ,.
Ca rette Smokers Anonymous" B We Service All! Makes of t I
will be' on Tuesday, Jan. 14 in 1Hir:1' 0-1121 NW 47th St. -, 1-bedroom: .apt.'- $15 wk.
Room *N o. 204*of .the Lindsey and STEREOS i. :
'ei Hopkins' Buldlng, at 1410 NE -+-.
4 2ruLAVe. The meeting will begin We AUo! Rent i j i ;I
K Jatf 7:30 pjn, 'The public Is y. We areopen Saturday' and.Sunday
: Invited ".1rhertbre'; 'po fees and 5 :; by week or Month x

ae ra t." ?*! the-#'only; requirement the cigarette'Is'*a habit.de-. J 90iV : Ford 1.:

ni "J. For sire to further stop' Information 2308.!. ; you 2nd AVENUE 1 I i\// Realty, nc.

,.. may call' .; FR .: it \ ..; .
'jg'vi) :. >,.''* .. *.. .1: Phone FR 4.2044. i \ 569 N.W. 54th Street' 75V8761

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