The Miami times
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028321/00147
 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 25, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00028321:00147

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I LBJ Names Rowan to Security Council I I

________ President .. __ __ ,
: .uynaon Jonnson-

now named ambassador 38-year-old to Carl Finland Rowan to 1 Slain 3 Wounded In !

succeed director Edward of U. S.R. Information Murrow as -9e-!

Agency, Tuesday, at a salaryof hJ
$21,000 a year.A .
Cop-Burglar Gunfight
former newspaper man .
and author of four books, Rowan ,:
will become the highest In a gun battle with police Mackle Pearson Jr., 22, of 1435
ranking Negro In government, early Thursday morning, a NW Gist St. He wore socks
and the first race man to sit safecracker: : was killed and over his hand, police paid!! I I
In on meetings of the National three of his partners were Lying next to Pearson a s
Security Council i wounded. Charles Hester 28, of 1332 NW 1:1:
The bandits .were caught red Gist St., and about a halt block
'' In a, letter to Johnson ,'ohDfcp. I, handed by a squad of )Sheriffs'. away ,at.:-the north ,end, of ,the :
,:;-:: .10,.',burrow, who::is, convalescing I deputies and Miami police .ntI 'aUoy officers found David T; av J
from lung cancer'sur I the offices of the Rowell Distributing Stanley, 30"of 1521 NW 70th
gery, said it was his duty to Corp., 2711 NW 17th St. Both of them were in critical Julius Lee To Tour
step down, as "It will be several I' condition at Jackson Hos
months before' I can resume Ave.As the bandits started work- pitalRobert
full-time duty. ing on the safe, and, hearinga Bradley, 29, of 003 NW EuropeJulius;
The President, in his reply noise, they ran to a rear 21st Ave. eluded the polled during
thanked Murrow on behalf of exit, opened an overhead folding tho gun battle, but two Lee Jr., a graduate of
himself and the nation for a door just enough to German shepherd police dogs Booker T. Washington High
"magnificent Job" and wished crawl under and tried to es-f picked up his trail and ho was School, a 1002 W. M. B. M Com
him "good luck." cape In a back alley captured In a vacant lot fit NW munity Foundation Scholarship-
"This Is the police haltl'ldetectives 10th Ave. and 29th St. Bradley Award Winner, and Silver
Roman was praised in a warned. was hot In the shoulder and\ Knight Award Winner in Speech
statement by Johnson as being One of the robbers shot at a was In fair condition.The and Drama (sponsored by the
"eminently qualified to super- r detective. The fire was returned police also found another Miami Herald), is scheduled to
vise this vital program of tell- said a spokesman, and the gun belonging to one of tho depart for Europe on Feb. 2.
ing America's story abroad." warning repeated. gang near the north end Of the Julius is one of twelve dramatists -
He described the new direc- After another shot narrowly alley and discovered crowbars from the Univ., of Miami's
tor as a "perceptor of world missed a detcctlve1 police open and other burglar tools nearly Drama Department to tour with
affairs" an effective diplomatand ed a th shotgunsand Police said that all of the men the show "The Fan Tastlcks
tireless worker in tryingto Dr. Jack E. White will be pistols.Killed had long criminal records. for eight weeks. The show will
improve America's image guest clinician for the South- almost instantly as ho A fifth member of the gang' bo performed some fifty times
abroad. eastern District Meeting of the ran through the alley wad escaped before foreign dignitaries and

Asked to comment on his Florida Medical, Dental and i servicemen stationed In Germany -
L. appointment, Rowan' said: "I Pharmaceutical Association. I Franco and Northern i
shall ''strive .to merit' ,his trustas Sunday, Jan. 20. ** I Italy,

I' seek with my colleaguesto The 1904 ,District meeting King Of Clubs Plans The tour will be 'Jointly
have the ,world understand will be held at the Biscayne sponsored by the U. S,, O., and
both what the United States is Terrace Hotel. The Dade Coun the National Educational "Theatre
and what It strives to be." ty Academy of Medicine will Assocl, t1Qn. During the tour,
serve as host to the Negro February Forum Series I Julius will have his handa,full.
dentists, physicians and phar- Besides playing the part'' of
WIFE' KILLERSURRENDERS macists from Key West to Ft. --- Mortimer (a man who specializes
Pierce.Dr. I In a special report to the in dying), he will servo In
Miami Times this week, Daniel cd us the club's president for the capacity of technical direr'
White, a native of Stuart, R. Francis, president of the 20-odd years, he was permitted tor of the ''company. He wllU
received his B. S. degree from quite popular and civic-minded to hand-pick his Forum Com- also carry a full academic load I
Otis Johnson 27, a South Florida A and M College and King of ,Clubs, Inc.. stated that mittee to work along with him. at the University. Julius is j\
Dade Negro walked into a Mil- his M.D. from Howard ,Univer rormer Judge Lawson ,XL Those selected are Otis James, sophomore, and resides at 2121 I
waukee police station Wednes- sity. Thomas had been appointed Luther L. Bibb, hubert H. 0111, NW Fourth Ct., with his grand'i'
day and said he wanted to lIe is a fellow of the' American to the position of 1901 Forum Lt. Col. Claude C. Clark (ret), )pa,eats, ,Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
turn himself in. Cancer Society> diplomate Chairman. In accepting this appointment Dr. George A. Simpson and F. Gray, and his mother Mrs. Van
of the American Board of Surgery to the KC's second W. Reynolds who, was al>fSQnt. nllla Lee.Pioneer. ,
Johnson is charged with kill. fellow of the American highest position, which received The first meeting of the new
ing his common law wife Hazel College of Surgeons and pro- the unanimous endorsementof year was held at the palatial
Warren, 23, of 10610 SW 179th fessor of surgery and directorof the membership, he promised home of Dr. and Mrs. George
St. during. an argument Jan. the Tumor Clinic Howard the club a vigorous three- A. Simpson (Mrs. Dr. Dazelle D.
15. University, Washington' D. C. Sunday series which will cov- Simpson), Percival Ave., Coco- Sib r.r.a F A' '; i is
Metro Lt. Hank Selsky saida Dr. White Is the brother of er the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Sundays nut Grove, who served a sumptuous -
In February" and will be fan-size repast
warrant charging Johnson Walter White, Richmond
with first degree murder had Heights school principal and in keeping with the thinkingof hands of the very gracious hos 1 1
been Issued here last week. He Dr. J. E. White, Liberty City the current times. tess. She was assisted in her i
will be returned. dentist. The Judge stated that the service' by her mother, Mr. : ,
.. choruses of the various high Kato S. Dean and Mrs. E. W. F.
schools will be called upon, as Stirrup, an aunt. I
in the past to furnish most of
I the music for the forums and Members) present In' addition
I the hospitality clubs would be to those mentioned wet E.
\ asked to serve Crowder W. C. Cogdell, Drs.
: Since no other member of W. II. ivfurrell and I. P. Davis,
fat the club has more informationon O. J, Edwards J. W. Everett,
the problems .the forum D. Smith, E:.> Skr. F. StirrUp, D
than Judge Thomas_ who sere A. Julius, A. Davis. '
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i if'kk"Y ,k CHARLES HUDSON of 1918 l.-r

NW 70th St. died Jan. 20. He
,- t :had been a resident of Miami
tI I /or more than 50 years. His '

1'f ::1 "'..... ..' survivors are five cons, James VTI (\
Charles and
-- Ernest, Wellington,
l... ,,' Ten thousand, Merchant Smith do a remote broadcast Frederick, two daughters, Iris '
Green Stamps were given 'from the lobby, and to watch Walker and Etta Moore, two '
away Friday'' night at'' 'Roosevelt ,pretty Carmen Doubrechat select The revolutionary, new per- William; tyUt-; Ethel "Spa rk.s, sister,' Beatrice Farrington and
It .... Savings and Loan Aesoctatlon ,: the winning, ducats. manent hair relaxer, Soft tyJe, Inell Grace, Vesterine Miller, Maude brother
Symonette a
to holders of, ''lucky tic Shown in the center is board was introduced In the Miami Bertha ,Perry, Eva Smlthr Mel- Russell. Services will
kets. : mtftnber Charles ''Hadley and a da Prrza, Betty Griffin and :
I Crowd jammed the' lobby to youthful winner of green area by? Epic Products of the I Ted *- flue!, sale manager torE be held Saturday 11:30: a.m, at '
listen to WMBM's Butterball i stamps Johnson 'photo. Gillette Co. Left to right: Gene ........ the Church of the Incarnation,,

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PAGE 2 SATURDAY JANUARY 25, 1964 I PHIL OSSOFER castaway." (1 Cor. 0: 27.)
,, New UniformsWe SAYS
: The United Press report Impressed -

have been looking! They .. ........... me in two Avays. One
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have been looking! You have was that although the condi-
been looking! Well, everyonecan Well, it's official. Smoking Is tion of the body as the templeof
see nowl! The uniforms, long a danger to life, capable of set- God is emphasized in the
expected and looked for have ting off agents of destruction Gospel of Christ, it was the
arrived for the Carver High within our bodies through a clergyman of a Faith that does
School Marching and Concert lack of moderation In this habit. not accept this Gospel as the
Band. Plenty of credit and appreciation An interesting side-light on word of God who voioed this
Is exteneded to the smoking was reported in a religious principle.
many wonderful people and United Press release, in which
organizations who contributedtheir members of the clergy were The other impression came
time, effort and money to asked, "Is smoking a sin?" I from the apparent\ disunity of
see this project realized. was mildly shocked to note that opinion on this vital subject bv
they disagreed on this impor- two leaders! of a Christian Palttt
The talk of the campus around -
,. George Washington! Car- tant subject. Some were smok- which, incidentally, Is! laboring
4tk ver Jr Sr. High School I is the intc when Interviewed. Two vigorously i all the noble workof
uniformed band for 1964. Believe clergymen of the same faith uniting of Christianity..
me, this. Is a wonderful way to disagreed, one stating that the If the leaders do not agree, how
start a new year. Santa Claus smoker commits a sin by unnecessarily can others who are riot of their!
could not have given greater Incurring a dangerto fold be united with their fold?

joy to fine group of young people his health. The other, smok- An instrument which is
than what students at Car- ing a cigar, refused to go 'along able of uniting the world must cap-
ver are experiencing now. with his co-rellgionlst's opinion.
be of
an agent unity
There will be plenty of respect Other Christian clergymen
shown while wearing these uni gave varying opinions. A Rabbi
forms. Students at Carver re- stated, "If smoking Is harmful, Alpha March of
llze that It is Indeed an honorto It is sinful. The question, of
these uniforms. As loy Dimes Tea
wear course, Is whether we have the
al Carverltes these uniforms total of its harmfulness." The
the proof National Sorority of Phi
will help symbolize musicianship strong and He continued, saying, "The Delta Kappa cordially Invites
leadership, bodies that God gave us are a you to attend its ,annual Marchof
needed spiritual, youths today. A sacred trust. No man has a Dimes Tea on Sunday after-
great lift among has been given to all. right to abuse or destroy the noon, at the home of Mr. and
I.The music played by the band sacred vessel which is his body" Mrs. Elton Davis 3261 NW 43rd
resounds with an echo for per- My own opinion matches his be Terr.

fection. Look forward to seeingthe lief.In ak >ra a>+>a>hloA>ti>.?A=.>q>ba1s>k1h
best dressed band In Miami one Corinthians, 3:10: and
perform In parades, at concerts, 17, we read, "Know ye not that Your Gifted Child
benefits, dances or any place ye are the temple of God, and Ages 36
where culture can lie projectedand that the Spirit of God dwelleth
received with these great I in you? If any man defile the can now enter special music
FAMU ROTC Cadet PMS, look on, during the brief sounds of musical Instruments. temple of God, him shall God, class beginning January 25
ceremony In" the ROTC Depart- I destroy; for the temple of GodIs register
Receives Lieutenant'sBars ment headquarters. Son of Mr.
Ministerial Alliance Holy, which temple ye are."
and Mrs. Lewis Baldwin of MI-
Paul advice to the disciples Fine Arts
gave -
ami Daniels is and
; a News
of God. Are
Samuel Daniels, Dec. 20, 1963, drama major, who is interestedin I not today'swearers ConservatorySaturdays
,graduate of Florida A and M the technical theatre. Lt. The of the cloth supposedto
University, recently embarked Daniels toured Europe last I. Ministerial Alliance thanks The be God's disciples?) He said,
Miami Times for the fine 615 NW 60th St.
upon a new and challengingcareer spring with the PlaymakersGuild. publicity it has given very In behalfof "But I keep under my body and

as reserve officer In the the installation program, bring it into subjection; lest by .ttR. 1p Af I Iol aialiiAaaaiaii.
Ihfantry Branch of the United Prior to his graduation, he which was held last Sunday, -
States Army. Lt. Daniels Is pictured was a member of the Theatre afternoon at the Mt. Zion Bap-
here having his secondlieutenant's tist Church. We thank Mayor
Guild and was active in many
bars pinned on by other organizations.With High, Mr. Luther Pierce, the
Dr. George W. Gore Jr., 'president I the campus Playmakers, Lt. Dan- County Commissioners, and the WIGSBY
of University..
els appeared in productions of general public for your Inte-
Dr. S. Randolph Edmonds, "The Bold rest and support.
chairman: of the FAMU Depart- Righteous" nre In. THANK YOU 1 . ..... .
herit the Wind, and "Bad Man"His
ment of Speech and Drama and ambition is to study technical Rev E. T. Graham, president MR. BOND
Rev. W. F. Savoy, secretary
director of the Internationally theatre in graduate school
renowned FAMU Playmakers, and to work in the University

:and Lt. Col. Albert Parker, education theatre. Howard U. AlumniThe

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Alumni Association will hold
N'$ Thl"' Iumn Is prepared its regular meeting on Tuesday,
I V LI Ll\/l weekly at the VA Office 084 W. January 28 at 1212 NW 1st Ct.
FlflRler Bt., Miami t for information All members are asked to be
CO""RNER f Veteran In this area. present at 8:30: p.m. Allgraduates -

.1LY r .'1':\'I'1'_'.IT..._..._,...IT....>I'.......IT.-,_.>I'.rr..I'I.J1U..D'.1..iY.IT.,--..........iT.-......,..........IT.iT....-...'l'I' 1'1'...11'.." and former students of
Howard University are Invited.
IMPORTANT DEADLINE I I no recourse but to cut off
There's a,, very Important future payments. If you have
deadline this month Jan. 31, a card that should be back to
1964, and It affects everyone of VA by Jan. 31, don't delay Senior Citizens CorpsRECOMMENDS ,
the 67,000 disabled veterans and I I get it in the mall today.

dependents of deceased veteransin "HOMELY PHILOSOPHER" I
Florida who are receivingVA
'pensions, and who have not Vote

yet filled out, signed and returned I, 01' Uncle Phil, guardhouse For The Following
their income question- lawyer turned philosopherpasses
naire. The purpose of this ques. on this lilt of properthlnkln'
tionnaire is to make sure their "People who gossip districts lever
Income for 1063 was within the I usually wind up in their own M Hall 3-A k
limits of the law and that they mouth traps."
expect to stay within the limits Chuck
during 1961 If the Income cardIs QUIZ CORNER I
not returned to VA by the I I 1 Sasso 13ATom
Q. just received 1964
Jan. 31 deadline, VA will have
that VA is paying ear.
ly again this year. It is quite a
bit less than I received last 2 Whitworth 16-A

year. Why? IICW

A, Last year you received a : 3 Ridolph 18-A' '
special dividend in the same I

check with your regular divi Ed NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS

dend. 4 O'Malley 21ATom
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: $89 to $189START

pA"epa'r r etk Painting Contractor 5 Gordon 23AAlex

I I 6 Wallace Milton 30-A $5.00 A WeekWear

7 Starnes 35AEarl your imported 100 per cent European human
hair wig for Lincoln's birthday. Afterwards pay at
the rate you find convenient.,
Airman Willie M. Davis of Miami 8 Weiss 41-A FROM $10 TO $20 MONTH

Fla., Is being reassigned to Walter Pn-r include set, wig case, wig head wig brush
Amarlllo AFB, Tex., for technical and the wig book.
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training as a United States
Airman Force fuel specialist. I\t. I'd raid for l>v WRITTEN GUARANTEE
Airman Davis, who enlisted in SENIOR CITIZENS CORPS Pay for wig anyway you want. Wear your wig while

the Air Force a short tithe ago, Licensed' ; and Insured Martin' Adlcman you pay. We show the wigs in ,the privacy of your
has completed his initial basic home.
military training here. By City and County
The airman, son of Elijah Me- Service phone FR 9-8685 Call JE 2-1180
Davis of 1261 NW 45th St., Mi- FREE Read The Miami ASK FOR MRS. LEONARD
''ami, Is a 1059 graduate of North ESTIMATESV
western Senior High School. ...... .* > Times Regularly!

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KENNETH WILLIAMS .................................., President HERBERT MUNNINGS ............................,.......... Treasurer '
J@ NATHANIEL DEAN ...................H...... 1st Vice President: DOROTHY SMALL I............. ................................. Secretary
I EVELYN CARTER ............................... 2nd Vice President RUBY THOMAS ..."........................... Assistant Secretary
.y DR. E. A. WARD, Chairman of Board ?& 1'01.

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MissJabberwock"' MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
of hard to pass the State Board)| school Jan.- 30. and wish them happiness and
. 1964 111Charming exams in March. The city examination 1 As usual we welcome then I'I success. I
4 a will be held at our w students wjth ppen 'arms, Your reporter, Ella Lasene
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Woman's Day CHUCK
ys }3 n a I
r a' 7
At Mars HillThe .a. _

entire public is.mvted. |
to share with! us. in the celebra-
tion of this our first Woman's
Day service at the 11 a.m. service -

? Evangelist Maggie Green will
S be the morning speaker. Don't ALL
I miss this inspiring meaiage,, ,
She will be speaking from the MAYOR
little Myra Denise subject, "God's Voice at The
West, six-year-old daughter of Pool of Bethesda."
Mr. and Mrs Harvey West Is
also vying for the title of "Lit At the 3 o'clock hour Principal THE FOLLOWING CIVIC CLUBS ENDORSE
tie Miss Jabberwock". She lives Elizabeth Pittman of Poln-
In Richond Heights and is a ciana Park Elementary School CHUCK HALl FOR METRO MAYOR
first grader at Goulds Elementary will be the speaker. The music ,
School. will feature the celebrated
Preston Sisters of Ocala. Don't THE CITIZENS CLUB OF GREATER' MIAMI

Miss JuniorJabberwock" Miss them. BROWNSVILLE IMPROVEMENT ASS'N

At 7 p.m. Madam Ford will
of be the main speaker and the .
Jerusalem! Quintet will furnishthe
music. The choir of St. THE FOLLOWING BUSINESS AND
1964 111Twelveyearold
Paul will grace the stand all
day. Everyone is invited.
Sis Hazel McCrold, general
chairman; C. W. Preston, min-
ister; W. T Strickland, pastor CHUCK HALL FOR METRO MAYORRev.

S. A. Cousin 243 NW 8th Street
,t Sunlight SchoolThe
Mr- Neal Adams 4825 NW 27th AvenueDr.
State Board examina-
+ wf tion was held on last week at
Sunlight and we were honored C. R. Hogan 819 NW 3rd Avenue
with the presence of the exec-
n"' utive secretary of the State Mrs. Ora D. Taylor 14601 Lincoln BlvdRichmond,
f 'a wtr Board, Mrs. Saunders.
On Tuesday we had a demon- Heights
stration given by a Curlaxer
from technician Posner, Mrs.Co. I.'. Armuns Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Duncombe 1880 NW 68th St.

Everyone is studying
very Mr. Dodd Johnson 60th
1024 NW
. . . . . Street

1 OVER WORKED HUSBANDS! Mrs. Inez V. Sweeting 16351 NW 18th Pl., Opa-locka
L You can relax over a lively
Let taste our at music the Satellite and warm Lounge.atmosphere Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lamarr 1155 NW 2nd AvenueMr. '

make the end of your
Alexander is Marion seeking Paulette the- day a pleasant one. The placeto Charles H. Williams 1370 NW 6th Avenue
meet. Miami's,. Most UniqueLounge.
title of "Miss Junior Jabber
wock". She is a member of Sal- SATELLITE; LOUNGE' o (Political A4v paid for by Chuck Hall Campaign Fund)
tern Chapel Methollst Church 6222NW 7th Avenue

and High attends School Brownsville where Junior . . . . . .
she is in
the seventh grade. Marion is
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decorator F.

Beauty. Culturists I IIt

Sorority MeetsTheta I We must put a stop to the I

Nu Sigma Sorority of I
the National Beauty Culturists I
League, Inc., met recently at

,I the Beach Mercer home, 5fO of George Pledgee St., Claudia Riviera I bickering and start to build aBETTER I

Plans were completed for the

first and Workshop Educational to Beauty be held Clinic Feb. I I

10 at Vogue Beauty Fair (Soror DADE COUNTY
Opal Ding.) I : WITHLittle I

Discussion of the dawn breakfast r
an annual affair at the PULL LEVER 22-A
Orange Blossom Beauticians
4 State meeting which will con.
vene in May at Tampa! After Tho election of Morris Burk an ablo business man wHfi county-wldo portpoctivt,and Q::'A
the business a lovely
repast was carved.session by \\ Q .r mon flmllar o.|lbtr" mnl dodlcotltn will provfd' sound ...........nslv*,

hostess. .lonjh rang. planning firm foundation for building Dado County's future.

Next meeting Feb. 3 at the yNd ky Cmmtn T* 11! d Marls Bvrfc .,
home of Soror Louise Riley,
1801 NW bard St.

x, Those present were Borers
Marion E. Muldrow Mildred ELECT '
Williams Betty Collins, Coco-
nut Grove; Pearl Hardy,"Fort
Laudprdalo; Alga Cooper, Hal-
a Jandale; Vera DWard W. P. B.; j
Mary A. Lopez W. 'i'. B.:: Ger-
,trade Ship Riviera Beach; DISTRICT 5-COUNTY-WIDE
4 :PledgepQri Pgifett, Miami.

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"Unspoken Understanding" Keeps I SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1964 PAGE 3Beautician'

Negroes Out Apprentice TrainingTALLAHASSEE

-An "un ter Park; Honorable Stanley Training In the Miami area are:
spoken understanding" that Negroes Milledge, Miami; The ReverendE. I, Hi/notable Stanley Milledge,
are not expected to apply C. Tillman, West Palm Beach; chairman; Gladys Panton, Rev
and would not be included If and Mrs. Charles L. Williams, John S. Kiernan, S. S. J.,' Harold -

they sought places in appren- Miami. Kramer, Peter Forrest, J R.Picdimonte. MnP d Y w t ', hS.
ticeship training programs In The members of the Special I Dr. Michael Goodman d -i1
Florida was decribed in a reportby Committee on Aprentlceshlp : and Rev. Edward Graham.
the Florida Advisory Com-
mittee to the U. S. Commissionon

The CKfl study Rights.first published Ina Legal Defense Fund ? n ;

1903 Burve'y of Florida's racial -
problems, is Included in a
158-page volume of reports released -
today on apprenticeship Lawyers Score VictoryState .C
programs In eight States and
the District of Columbia. The
other State reports came from JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Integration -
California, Connecticut, Mary- of Negro and white Manpower I
land, New Jersey, New York, teachers, along with their pupils It 1'w
Tennessee, and Wisconsin. has been ordered for this Commission To MeetThe
Interviews conducted by the city and surrounding Duval I Wins TV Console and StereoThis
Advisory Committee related the county by the U. S. 5th Circuit
total absence of Negroes in Court of Appeals.Announcement first meeting of the new smiling, happy beautician plause for their new flippy hair
training programs involving ly created Manpower Develop- Is Mrs. Ivadell Bodle of the styles that worked on the hair
made In ment and Training Commission
was with this cool cool relaxer.
new -
1,000 in Dade
persons County, Orchard Villa Salon.
York this week will convene in Tallahassee, at Beauty
New City by Remarks from the beautic-
Florida. The Committee
Advisory 1200 NW 58th Terr., winner of
found "visible presence" of Jack Greenberg, director-coun the Industrial Commission office the grand prize, a 23-Inch TV ians that, "I've finally seen a
discrimination in the State's appretlceship sel of the NAACP Legal Defense Feb. 3, at 10 a.m. console with AM and FM stereo relaxer that is cool and com-
training and Educational Fund, This commission will discuss combination at the Posner fortable to the head of a
whose handled the patron, who was as relaxed all
attorneys Curlaxer show in the
the Individuals Knight
policies of the Board of the training of thru the
working time and fin-
Public Instruction and in the case. who will meet the needsof Heat Club Monday, Jan. 13. ished with
a flippy gorgeous
membership and Job assign- This marks,. the first Appeal's technological advancements There were many other hair style never before accomplished -
ments of labor unions in the Miami Court ruling since the historic in our society. It will also pre- lucky beauticians among the i with any other type
area. 1059 Supreme Court school Integration pare our youths who are aboutto hundreds that turned out for I relaxer," were heard.
"Both these institutions are : decision that specifi- enter the laoor force, the unemployed the show that won translator
Mrs. Bodle recommends
so Integrally related to apprent- cally includes administrative and the unemployedwho sets and the new miracle CUr- to
iceship training," the report and teaching personnel.The are already In the labor I laxer kits. all her many customers this
noted, "that discrimination in I new, cool Curlaxer and advises
The Curlaxer technicians from
the one signifies similar behavior three Judge, court also force, for Jobs that are now i Miami, Atlanta and Detroit them to make their appointments .-
in the other" ordered an end to separate bud available or will be available in drew gracious rounds of ap early
gets, employment and construc- the future. .
Representatives - -
of the Dade tion contracts, curricula and Q'G 'rl ll l1' I 1 J 1 19SI JiAWi9J JLVSS7 0 0 QoOCr.
County Board of Public Instruc program. Earl Carroll of the Earl Car-

tion testified that Negroes would roll Insurance Agency, Inc, and
receive training In the skilled Mr. Greenberg said that thisIs STAR MEAT MARKET
H. T Callahan of the Elec-
crafts only If there were a suf- a "most sweeping school integration -
flcent number of Negro students victory. The court tricians Union are the repre-
to set up a separate class. There granted l every request In our sentatives of Dade County serving -
seemed to be considerable doubt prayer for relief." on this commission. 1520 N. W. 62nd St.
that Negro students, even when .
trained, would be placed In Jobs The case was argued before

within the crafts.A the Court of Appeals by Earl M -...............-...------------
Johnson of Jacksonville, one of MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
plumbing contractor In the ; THE
Miami the Fund's cooperating attor- STOP I LOOK! READ!
area blamed the
ot to penetrate the and neys.Leroy Constance D. Clark Baker of Motley the Jabberwork U in the air -+-

character plumbling defect industry," which on a "racial Fund's New York City head- again! Watch this apace
made Fresh Meat-Low Pricessgsswssss
quarters, were of counsel.
willing to pioneer," and for coming attractions!

"persevere" in gaining admission The Fund's lawyers pointr.d __ __ __.__..__ __ _______ ._ ____ __ .. .. .
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to the trade. n..v.v. r- + ,- '" "
The contractor out that in some instances, .w.- t'IVrIWVVVVwvar #! #O 1# 'f"/'OOOO"
also blamed Inferior schooling "some of the minor plaintiffsand
for the absence of Negro plumb other minor Negroes are
ing apprentices required to travel twenty milesto

The Committee noted that the attend Negro schools, whereas -
JJIaml area representative of they reside much nearer a
fioMederaJ Bureau of Apprent-

t and Training although The Court of Appeals ruling
acting under a 19G1 national also calls for an end of the following -
antidiscrimination order within 0
practices In Jacksonville
the agency, testified that "while and Duval County Schools.
he personally)!! had heard accusa Wracial school system
discrimination, he later
found them to be baseless or dual scheme or pattern of
based on matters other than school zone lines or attendancearea
race, creed or ethnic ik ck- line based on race and
ground color.
George Lewis II, of Tallahassee school assignment of Individual -
serves as chairman of I
the Florida pupils by race.
Advisory Committee -
Other Committee memtters: assignment of teachers,
include: I. H. Burney II, Jacksonville principals and other professional
Vice Chairman; Tobias staff on basis of race.
Simon, Miami, Secretary; C.
Legal Defense
Blythe Andrews attorneys filed
Tampa; Mrs.
the suit in behalf
Mabel Norris Chesley of 15 Jacksonville '
younsters and "on behalf NN
Daytona Beach; The ReverendRobert -
of all
Caxton Doggett, Winter Negro children and -
parents In Duval
Park; Honorable Carlos B. Fern County who
andez, Miami; Mrs. C. D. John- are similarly ,situated."

son. Quincy;; Professor Hal G. There are presently 87 white
Lewis, Gainesville; The Right and 24 Negro schools In the play this beautiful FREE bumper stripon
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Central Life Insurance Company of Tampa is

one of Florida's outstanding' Negro businesses, operatingin Lanunches Premiere

Florida and employing more than 200 persons.

Its Miami office is at: 176 N* W. 14th Street withA 1 Season

D. Moore\ as district superintendent. Locally there are
15 Membership Is soaring for
the new Civic Theatre
The Central's annual illustrated calendars are 'always was recently organized which by a

-H.-E.-SlGIBMUNn-- KKKVES, Editor and Publisherr.ARTH interesting and informative' They give photos of talented nine-member group
Editor 20th century Negro l leaders with a short story of their accomplishments dedicated to producing live, exciting .
C. REEVES Managing
Also historical facts that' could. be use- productions and professional In Miami Broadway and

Member of the National Newspapers Publishers Association ful not only to our school children, but generally.Ye Immediate areas. Already, in

SUBSCRIPTION RATER Editor thought he would call attention to the one short week, the group has

ONE YEAR $ .OO SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 1964 calendar and give names of those thereon, many of grown from a nucleus of nineto
an of 20.
Entered as Second das, Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post Officeat whom are well known. Here they are : A theatre staff has been or-
Miami. Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Roy Wilkins, executive secretary' of NAACP; James ganized. Objectives have been
Meredith\ James Farmer, national director of CORE ; laid and plans are now In pro-
"Main Offlcp at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1-0421 John Lewis, chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordi- ; gress for establishing a seasonof
Downtown Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR 3-223 "sure-fired" successes. The
nating Committee, SNNC and one of the contenders for theatre staff Includes:

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" civil rights; Samuel Z. Westerfield' deputy assistant sec- Raymond D. Aranha as chair-
The NEGRO PRESS believe! that America can best lead the retary for Economic Affairs ; the Rev. Theodore Gibson, man and Dessle Williams as

world from racial and national antagonism when it accords to outstanding civic leader pastor of Christ Episcopal' secretary.Directors James Randolph
every man regardless or race, creed or color his human Press and Church ; Mrs.\ Rosa Sl'ade' Gragg, teacher, religious and Leroy Washington, Bar-
man-the Negro
strives legal rights.to help Hating every no man man in, fearing the firm no belief that all men are civic worker; Alexander P. Turead Sr., Atty. and coun- bara Aranha. and Raymond
selor-at-law; Leroy R. Johnson state senator.' Aranha.
hurt as long as anyone is held back.DDAY The public relations staff In-
There are historical sketches and photos of Abra- eludes Dessle Williams, Johnny

ham Lincoln, George Washington, Frederick Douglass, Brown, Clarence Brown, Clar-
Felix Mendelssohn, General Sherman. ence Thomas, Dave Boone
I Annually we receive calendars. We hang them in Marva Pdeze and FerdinandLeon.
in local politicalarena.
January 28 will be "D-Day" our .
There will be 41 candidates seeking nine Metro our business places and may be our homes, but do we Jerome Miller is music con-

Commission seats. One of those seats will be occupied by really take advantage of the historical facts published sultant; Barbara Aranha and
first Metropolitan Mayor. Who will that candidate I I I in them? Ferdinand Leon are choreographers -
our It would and Arnold Aranha, scene
help lot if
a we could interest our children
list of
have'to from a seven.
"',' LWe will choose: in reading these calendars. designer.The .
*Witlwmany Igamptyjgn meetings'held;- newspapers,
other mediums Dade voters should premiere'season: 'w1l11n-
radio and TV plus '
The Negro National clude a drama, an'original' production
Newspaper Association
views of the candidates and will
now be well acquainted with hold its annual a mystery, a musical
ready to make their selections. Mid.wlnterVorkshop on Thursday revue and two comedies. Dates
through Saturday, Jan. 30-Feb. 1, at the International and names of productions are
Metro Commission Dist. 1, Mary Fisher, John Bon- Inn, Washington D. C. forth coming. For Informationon

Kimball, Mary Ann McKenzie, Raymond. Reichling J. L. At 11 a.m. Thursday' members of the association will membership, contact Dessle

Cohen, Winston' Wynne. meet with President Lyndon Johnson at the White Williams at PL 4-9886.

Metro Commission, Dist. 1 : Mary Fisher, John Bon House. The public evening meeting on January 31, will PR Firm Sees Chuck

trot, Dan Daniels, Harold Greene, Tom Sasso, Raymond be held at Howard University in the Crampton Hall.

Pitcock. Last year 'the workshop was held at the Hampton Hall Leading

District 2 : R. Landers, Milton' Thompson Lew Wit-: House, Miami, with The Miami Times >as host By Stanley (Sweets) Sweeting

worth. Garth Reeves managing editor of The Times, plans
to attend this kickoff to this
workshop. Serving as a
District 3 : Joseph Boyd Jr., Ed Ridolph. area's political pot-pourri the
District 4 : Frank Bryson, David Kennedy, ThomasD. beautiful Hampton House
O'Malley. EASTERN'S GUIDED TOURS Lounge and Motel were liter-
Last January Eastern Airlines dedicated its new Jet ally infested with candidate
District 5 : Morris. Burke, Alexander; Gordon, :MurrayS. Service Center at Miami International Airport followed potentials last Saturday night
Meyerson. for the mayoralty and commission -
by a one-day open house that attracted more than 60,000
District 6: Joe Batts, James McVeigh, George Mil- spectators. seats on the upcomingMetro

het, Arthur Patton, H. A. Porter Milton Wallace. South' Floridians proved that they were interested vote agenda.
'' Dapper candidates, escorting
in all phases '
District 7 : Clyde Banks, Herbert Hjoodwin, Hugh- their beautiful wives, assembled -
Ian Long, Earl Starnes, George Wilson. The response gave Eastern the idea that a public met greeted, ate and sipped

District' 8 : Hardy Mattheson, Frank Hileman, Ralph affairs permanent program would be a useful service to with the gaily-bedecked assembly
of well-wishers and
Poston, Walter Weiss. the Greater Miami community Such a program is now supporters. Smiles and handshakes -
being offered to business, civic, social, church and edu were dlme-a-dozen
WE RECOMMENDThe cational groups. among those in attendance.
There's no charge for these
tours. Call Eastern Air the candl-
:Miami Times all voters to to Lines Foremost among
urges qualified go Public Affairs Office at 634-4571. date-hopefuls was handsome
the polls on Tuesday and cast their ballots in the Impor- and well-groomed,: Charles

tant Metro Commission race. We recommend the follow- Legion Conference FAC (Chuck) Hall, who without
ing slate: I Announces I fear of contradiction, proved
Sunday at Opa-locka Cla?* 3 in Music the most popular. Hon. Hall Is
I a popular aspirant for the Coun
Vote-NO on the amendment.For .
\ The 10th Division of the F> Mayor Winston W. Wynne. 11th District American. Lesion now holds the position of Metro
District Milton "* Department of Florida Arts Conservatory I
2 E. Thompson. l$ comprising Commissioner.From .
District 3 Joseph A,.., Boyd Jr. : :V;, Posts from Opa-locka to "n "<* "'nsspq In MHS'CFui.itomenteN '
:, Key West will hold Its annual ; : for children personal observation,
District 4 Thomas D. O'Malley ; /\ Constitution and by-lnws Con- oi o* :3 to fi held every Saturday candidates Weiss Patten, Myers
District 5 Alexander S. Gordon. .";:L ference Sunday, Jan. 20, In Rich. from: t 0 to 10 n.m. at the and Greene trailed closely behind -
District 6 Arthur H Patten. mond Heights. The meeting Is F'na' Ail* Conservatory.; Gir in popularity, that Is.
District 7 I1ughlan. *.,. called for 10 amat Tot's 1'\\\' 00th St But all worked hard for their
Long :
Town 11G80 Bethune Dr. All The District 8 Hardy Matheson. delegates attending are askedto lo-irn, covertly: tJ; 'wading: solicitous. And all drew
GOOD REPRESENTATIVEYou be on time and bring as At-jtln: ? a.vl ,mythn nt> music. favorable comments from the
post as possible Commanderpast They will since. plan f.n m- I assembly.There .
should want to give Dr. George R Simpson of as possible. Commander: otrtlnent: sing:,, and do ;iI i r t were others too, each
the NAACP a big hand. He has been attending the meet- Robert M. Wilcox of the 10th work) all T their apo level, ,but wearing the badge of his par-
Division will preside with the with! so' i 1\01 purpOKT ,'< ticular camp aril eT-h wearing
ings held for candidates seeking office in the coming able assistance of Adjutant -- the smile of victory. Among
election broadcast over Station WGBS. Horace Session Don't forget AWAY them Jim McVey, H. A. Porter,
He's doing a good job questioning candidates on your oratorical contestant. i The pleasant: atmosphere at Ray Pitcock, Clyde Hanks, EarlM.
issues discussed.The I the Satellite makes the perfect Starnes etc, etc.
KELLY' CHAPEL AME I setting; for a relaxing drink
broadcasts have been listened to by hundredsof Rev. Frank Cambridge, pastor tiny time. You'll go for this different Another all-oMf political rally
The week of scheduled for Saturday morn
January 26-31 I typo cocktail lounging.
voters of whom Ye Editor believes have madeup
many will be a period of Evangelistic -' Jimmy Crawford entertains ing at 10 o'clork: at Northside
their minds which candidates they will. support. meetings at Kelly's Chapel, nltl'I)'. Shopping Center. NW 79th St.
Congratulations from Ye Editor.OPALOCKA 7105 NW 15th Ave The public SATELLITE LOUNGE at 27th Ave. Other such gatherings -
I is cordially invited. (>.222> NW 7th Avenue have Infested the North
west area during the past
,ANNEXATION TRY FAILS couple of weeks and your guessis
IDEAL FOR THE LARGE FAMILYHome as., good as, ours as to the
The city of Opa-locka would like to extend its do- 'final'outcome of the candidates'

mains by annexing 800 acres of the Opa-locka Airport and income. Choice block, no qualifying f efforts, when_ they square off
and 600 owned by the Dade County at the polls on Jan.>>28 and Feb.
property acres Big, friendly rooms, CBS soundly constructed. 11.

Junior College and the Seaboard Air Line Railroad. The 3-bedrooms have large closets 2 tile baths' But as we see It from here,
,This would be a boon for Opa-locka with its popu- Chuck Hall has a commanding
large living room and separate dining room, cathedral lead for the County Mayor'sseat

lation of less than 10,000. ceilings, beautiful rear patio, plus enclosed and in all probability, will
However present indications are that the idea will rump-is ,room and add'itio"tl' I enclosed porch. win going away at the finish.

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The Metro Planning Department and Metro Advis- A se'**r"t<- CBS t.h dr(1"n1 apartment with living HOUSE GUESTS
For an early evening entertain
ory Board are in favor of annexation. roo- and enclosed garage. jour visiting guests at the

Opposition comes from the ,Dade County School I Plea'! visit our office or call for an appointment Satellite Lounge. Jimmy Craw

Board ''and the Dade Port Authority. ,' ,! We can help you ford's, unique piano styling
"start at 0 p.m. eharp. Always a
The Seaboard Railroad would pose anyplan that show plane' for visitorsunique
would not keep all of the land either in a city or in an LIBERTY REALTY "Out of this world.

unincorporate Metro commissioners, area. decided by -
annexation of the land.
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MEMBERS OF TUB Algonquin tion, or advertising. Each Board lu'Wnlttr' Henna KILLENS'I' ."C1f., ::.t:
Club, Inc. are Inviting member was selected on the I
friends to their annual formal basis of an entry that showed SIR JOn 'nOTElJ > '
for which Is scheduled her ability in one of these fields MIGHT Illir CLUB
Friday night, Jan. 31 at
beautiful .-t :"': ; :J
Bayfront Park
James G. Collie Miss Glenda Delano Bennett BeauticIans PRESENTS -
is Algonquin the The South Broward -
spent holiday season with
president. her Mr. of West Hollywood and
parents, and Mrs. Nathaniel -
Bennett 314 Amelia St. llallandale are planning their FRI. SAT. SUN.
JAN. 24 25 26
fashion show for
OI'. -LOCKANS AUK mak Key West, ria. Miss Bennett, a dance and -
ing extensive plans for the graduate of Douglas High :Monday, Feb. 10. '.
Sunday afternoon Appreciation School, and now a sophomore at FRIDAY AND SUNDAY $125 SATURDAY $1.75
Musicale which will honor fit Augustine College Raleigh, Alfred Hairls of 2793 GreenSt.
their first Negro judge, Attorney North Carolina, has made the ., Liberia, celebrated his 35th
James Matthews. The affair Dean's list each semester since birthday at his home Saturday I nllfU
which will be held at Ueing ,enrolled at the college. night, Jan. 18. Many relatives
Bunche Park School from 4 to She is a member of the Alpha ant friends attended this sur-
5 p.m., Is under the direction of Kappa Sorority, and secretaryof prise affair. Food and refresh-
the four schools in that com- her class. ments galore were served. He
}munity.. The public Is invited wishes: to thank his wife, Mrs.
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10 include this program in m'n.rw'xY'xenrrrc []mrxxyr ;. c- Patricia Harris. I
their January 25th schedule. -
s Mt AME Church choir
JAMES II. KAN'DOLPH and PRANCES E. PALMER No. 1 will sponsor a breakfast "The Dog Man" Doing
wife, Gloria; left the city on Sunday morning, Jan. 20 at The "Dog"
FrIday'' to attend the funeral of /IYyi!' 7 o'clock. The public is cordially -

his mother, Mrs. Emma Ran- Miss Jacqueline Roberts Invited. First Time in Miami
dolph In Alexandria, La. daughter of Mr and Jtrs.
Roosevelt! Roberts was marriedto lie sure to get your type one .
THE (TA SCHOLARSHIP Robert Mosley, son of Col- vaccine for polio this Sundayat
Fund has l1 en re-scheduled line Mosley of Houston Texas the Carver Ranches Elementary TEENAGE MATINEE

,.'. for, Friday night, Jan. 31 at the Saturday Jan. 11, at 130: pm., School and Broward
fabulous Fontainbleau 'Hotel from Bethel AME Church, Rev. County, from 12 to. 0 p.m., 'Jan.- ,,H! Sun. January: 26,
K, D. White officiated. Mr. Mosj j 20. ,
1\lrH. ley is stationed here at --- -.
has Naval station ((3 to 6))
issued Invitation to the wed- Mrs. Mary Jackson, Mrs.
ding reception of her daughter Mrs. Mosley Is a graduate of 1 Sarah Roberts, Mrs. Estelle \ Admission $1.00
Mildred and Prince Farrington Douglas High School. Johnson, Mrs Gloria Rham-
Jr. The reception will be heldon A reception was held at the ings and Mrs Lena Newbol
Saturday, Jan. 25 at the Opa- Community Swimming Pool. friends wish them well again .
locka home of the groom's sister Mr. and Mrs. Mosley received soon,

Mrs Elizabeth Knaggs. many beautiful gifts from relatives Miss Mittlc Lennon Is out COMING NEXT WEEKMARIE
and friends. the hospital and Is now'at
,Airs. HA/Kh MOOHE n n d home friends wish her well
her; little daughter, Grace, of OUR non IN SERVICE again soon. !
Nassau, are in our city visiting Layman Toussiant Aviation .qJCaU wInd| ISOA\ ul '21; 'ucfpabsrd KNIGHT
i.,.1's. Mooie's! sister, Winifred Machinist's mate third class, 4feMu : OUM UOSHAVSJ1V islno
errie" Isaac. U. S. N., husband of the former ja mow auop sat\ jo s&oj tUn -
Miss Aloma M. Lopez of 823 u1] Xuiuc pun men UUlwla4lJA8JlI \ -,
<;l> PKE MARDI GRAS Windson Lane, recently returned \ o 1 popuojxa t> \ BI ..Sttedw.fSNEGILECTI$11
Dance. sponsored by the Churchut' to the Naval Air Sta-
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the Incarnation, will be held tion, Quonset Point, R I., after
in the Starlight Room of the participation in antisubmarine : J WIVES f
Biscayne Terrace Hotel on exercises conducted in the Mid Ni'Klrttt'd wives team up and
Thursday, Feb 6. Tickets may dle-East by English Paklstanlan, tnjoy the! relaxing atmosphere ,
be obtained from any member Iranian, Turkish und U. S. Navy at the Ma elute Lounge Always
of the church. units. pleasant for a friendly that and '
lie was aboard the antisubmarine taste Jimmy Crawford offers ., r3'W
LITTLE PATRICIA LACEV aircraft carrier U S S his unique piano Nt>'llngft nito-
entertained her friends Sun I 13. Try it! You'll like It.
on Essex as a member of Helicopter
day at a party in celebration .of anti-submarine squadronnine SATELLITE LOUNGE
fI J222 NW 7th Avenue
her 8th birthday. Patricia Is during the middlc-L'ast V '
the daughter of Mrs. Gloria maneuvers. 4 ?
Spicer Lacey. ? :
The WILLIAM' O'llIUEN Co. Ports of call on the cruise Included - v.t

of Miami, sponsored the Sof- Barcelona Spain; Augusta FOR RENTNew
Style Show on Monday in the Bay; Sicily; the' Island of
new Everglades Room of the Matto; Jidda, Saudi Arabia; the 3-bedroom house ,
Everglades Hotel. Beauticians British Crown Colony of Aden; $12.00 unit i.,
from Ft. Pierce to Key West Karachi Pakistan, and the
attended the demonstration of Italian port of Naples in the NORTH MIAMI BEACH
the new permanent hair re- Mediterranean f Deposit Required
laxer, Sof-Style by Epic, which SICK MICKINS' REALTY
can be used successfully on thehall' AGENCY
of anyone from 3 years of Mrs Charlotte Sawyer a faith-
age thru adulthood. ful member of Bethel AME
Beautiful hair-dos which Church Is sick at her residence NE 4.0500
resulted from the Sof-Style 701 Chapman Lane. Members
treatment, were modelled. and friends of the communitywish In df
door her a speedy recovery. -
Among prizes given were -
an RCA color TV, a hair dryer, -

and six transistor radios All _._ ...
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kit.licensed.The received beauticians Sof-Style a Sof-Style in Training attendance hair- Ford Real Estate Specials! THIRD APPEARANCE AT THE KNIGHT BEAT

Center for Beauticians at Second Top Notch, nist in the "Parade of Stnra"
Northwestern High School will BUY A HOME TODAY! MOVE RIGHT IN

remain in operation to teach BRAND NEW 3-BEDROOM HOMES ."'-
the techniques, through Feb Latest Hit: "What Kind of Fool Do You Think I Am"

4. Mrs. Hicks of Hicks Kurl and 1-7720 NW 13th Ave. $500 down No qualifying ,: ,
Komb is the Miami technician. ,Y
2-7690 NW 15th Ave. $500 down no qualifying
Greeting to Mre.
Portia Bannister, Mrs. Janice 3-132 NW 40th Street. Beautiful 3-bedroom, 2 bath Coming February 14 .15 -16 Vk
Owens and D. A.
Steward, all .
home. Terrific for teachers and other
Jan. 25. Also Anthony and professional '
Eugene Carson. people. Move right in. $1,500 down. The Gonsatloml: (t

The DARK COUNTY Class- 4-1750 NW 43rdl J Street No qualifying. f.

room Teachers Association announces 2-bedroom duplex.. Live rent free. "MR. BLUES" 4 4h
its Fifth Annual Scholarship I,
Ball will take place Fri- 5-4711 NW 16th Avenue. $400 down. Nice CBS J
day evening, Jan. 31 from 9.00; home. FHA terms. B. B. KING
p.m. to 1:00: a,m. at the Fon- iv iR ,

originally taincWeau scheduled Hotel. The for affair last 6-1228 NW 42nd Street. Rent this $20 week I h

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Nov. 23, was until
this week because postponed of the assas- For Rent bedroom house, 1228 NW 42nd St. I.. IT

sination of" President John F. $20 week "I've always wanted to play
Janice Anita Maycock, 764( NW For Rent 1121 NW 47th St. 1-bedroom apartment. the Knight Deaf
68th St., a Junior at the Florida $15 week. 1; :
A and M University has 4 B. II. KING -,
been chosen to be a member of We are open Saturday and Sunday ,:'\, I,

Mademoiselle magazine's 1964 ,. *
national College Board made up
of students from the United Ford Realty Inc.
States, Canada and abroad. The Adm. Advance $2.00
annual College Board Competition \
Is designed for young wo I 569 N.W. 54th Street ': Ph. 758-8761 At Door 2.50

men with talent in art writing, "I

fashion, merchandising promo ._.....,.,..<<.<<..<<......... ..

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NEVER CLOSEDPrices Good Thru Jan. 25th at Welter's AG Only

Ham SMOKED Hocks 150 POUND Rib Ends Ib 150

Round Steak lb 59: Beef Stew Ib 150

Sirloin Steak 490 Sausage 390

Pig Feet Ib POUND Chicken Legs 3iitWtJ.I

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Tomatoes 25* Franks Ib 47c Sara Lee Cake ChocolateSWirl 69i Each!

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Birds Eye- 10 o Ng'for]
Onions 19 T-Bone Steak lb 69c # Broccoli; Spears 49BAKERITE <
Birds Eye-8 oz.pkg.
3 lbl. SUNSHINE SWEET Potato Puffs 2 for 39<
Tarns 330 Sugar 5 lb. Bag 49C Shurfine -iuce
WITH $5.00 ORDER OR MORE Orange 4 for $\
Blackeye Crowder 24
or oz.
We Make Keys Chunk Tuna 29C Mckenzie PeasS(
Blue Bonnet 1 Ib.pkff.
Oleo 21Mb
Cash Payroll Checks Cold Beer At All Times OPEN 24 Hours DMimmmmmmm ,:,'\!"

SHURFINE-Plain or Self-ruing FOOD KING_300 SIZE CAN
Flour 5 lb... Bq; 39i Apple Sauce 3 for 391

3 Pound Can .
Shortening 49C Spam 31
-46 Ounce
aars303 Tomato Juice 25C

Bottle 35c

Peaches 4 for $1.00 DOG FOOD, 6 for 49C

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Jolly Friends Met SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1&64 PAGE 7

The Jolly Friends met at the I MIAMI TIMES. MIAMI FLA.
home of Mrs. Frankie Glover;
6827 NW 11th Ct. Saturday
night, Jan. 18, 1961. Business home of Mrs. Mildred Deveaux Mrs. Bertha Lewis was re-
4 meeting and recreation having Johnson at which time each elected president of the club
been held the members enjoyed member Is asked to bring two and plans two more projects for I
a delightful repast. The next friends to enjoy a social Gather. coming the coming year ....

meeting will be held at the ing. M. I.year.Daniels, reporter


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CIVIL RIGHTS FIGHTERS of dk'd,1,(, from I'ft11'M.: John ,; LEVER
Floridaeivs honored duringthe Chennult of llradcntoii. Fla.Dr .
recent Delta Golden Hall Hubert Hayling: of St. AUR-
I sponsored by the St.. Petersburg ustine; Mrs. 8.11111ttnlllil! KtPetersburg a
Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sig. and David Lnrklns, {I A.
ma Theta Sorority, Inc. Those Clearwnter. GPC staff photo 'I

MW M c IM .. -.r

Urban League Northwest YWCA '
THAT Winst<| Wynne

Opposes Urban LITTLE TEEN DANCE 4 ,

The YWCA 'Little Teen Dance '. 4
Board of Directors of the Studio" opens its doors again DEDICATION
Greater Miami League voiced Saturday, Feb.< 1, at the North. i
strong approval of Urban Re- west YWCA Center, 5100 NW
newal at a recent Board Meet- 21st Ave. Mrs. Evelyn Stilwell THE BEST MAN FOR MAYOR
Ing.Lt. will Instruct classes in Ballet ,
Colonel Claude C. Clark, and Tap. Beginning at 10 a.m.
Board President, announcedthat girls and boys, age 3-12 years When it comes to INTEGRITY and DEDICATION
the Board voiced strong op may participate. For further Information r'
position to an amendment call the Y Center. WINSTON W. WYNNE stands head \
and shoulders
which, effect, would spell an G34-2G51
end Urban Renewal Dade
to in
County.It ROLLICK SKATING PARTY above all other} candidates

Is the concensus of the Young people, plan now to attend .
Board that, while Urban Renew. the Roller Skating Partyat RESPONSIBLE CITIZENS know it makes good sense
al does not offer a general pan. the Hialeah Roller Rink on :
acea for all of the 111 effects of Thursday, Jan. 30. The Rink to elect the candidate who believes in the
poor housing, It Is a step In the Bus will leave from the North. government \
right direction. west YWCA Center, at 0:30: p.m., he seeks to lead.
Committee (skaters will Ite returned to the
The Housing of the
Northwest YWCA Center) Tic-
closely League with has been The Miami working Hosing very kets are available from any Co- The name is WINSTON W. WYNNE
Ed Club member or at the Y .
Authority, Urban Renewal
Agency, and the Dade County chaperoning Center. There the will group.be Call adults the The lever No. is 7A 'j :
Planning Department for sever -
al months. Center for further Information.
634-2051. The date- is JANUARY 28th

YMCA Weekend
Committee To Elect Winston W. Wynne Mayor
Set For Jan...
Camp SINCE .1048 ,,1
For Quality Building
first weekend camp of cccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccCCCCCCCOFor
the new year for all grade school
and high school boys and girlsIs ,PL 1-3604: The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
scheduled for FrldaYbJan. 31,
through at
beautiful Camp Owalssa-Bauer, ?bw oxdec
located In the Redland Dis-
trict of Homestead.A ..--- '' tAt q
weekend at camp will give
all youngsters an opportunityto
get away from the hustle and
bustle of city life and at the
same time, enjoy the time of RENTAL
their lives under the supervision -
of qualified camp coun- WA .plan, guide and advise

selors. Your plans or our
Among the many activities AGENCY INC.
offered are: swimming, crafts, Custom Built Homes ,
hiking, nature study, campfires,
cookouts, dancing outdoor athletlces Attractive Additions

singing., special events and group Quality Alterations The largest collection and rental

Is antici- Good bank financing
pated Heavy for attendance this outing and all ; agency in the South; operating in
youngsters who are desirous of 7 L t3L1mmv
attending are requested to re- Dade nf d Broward Counties'HON.
gister early at the YWCA. (!E( e

TEA TIMEThe Licensed Insured!! L. L. BROOKS Negro Housing areas.
Masonic Brothers of
New Light Lodge No. 504 cordially 888 N.E. 79th Street President
Invite you to Join them at GEORGE P. HAIlTIf, General Manager .

January 26 at the home of
Brother and Mrs. Will O. Cox, Join The NAACP! 10,000 HOUSING UNITS ''r

w.--s-----slr7d 1760 NW 56th St. Donation $1.00. Bonded also has employment service at main office

| 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA

FREE THIS COUPON GOOD FOR FREE full time public relation Drpt. to assist' you In wiring' ytfur problem
I C. A. Ixrckhnrt, Director


PLUS YOUR REGULAR STAMPS 1103. N.W. 3rd Ave. ............ FR 3-8418 17323 HomeNtead Ave.

i when presented I. I 1073 N.W. 62nd St. ............ OX 0-2407 Pwriiw ...................,............... CK 3-3.U3 I II II I

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Plus a fleet of'cam giving door to door service for tenant convenience I

7000 NW 15th Ave. I On nights and Sunday for emergency service call PL 9.8733 I

i PROVIDED A PURCHASE OF $3. OR MORE I 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9.8733 I I

I IS MADE AT THE SAME TIME N Vandalism done by a few !. expensive to alL Please help us atop thus I
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. Florida AME's Effie McFadgonDies I McFadgon.In 1929, she Their married daughter James,

Long Time Cecile Beatrix, teaches at
SATURDAY JANUARY 25 1964 .Candidate ;
PAGE 8 Booker T. Washington High.A .
Select Bishopric Teacher
communicant of St. Agnes
ORLANDO Leaders of the Sunday evening marked the Episcopal Church she was active
AMB: Church In the 11th Episcopal passing of another of Dade !in the Rector's Guild. Long

J.Y.. District from Pensacolato County's well-known long-time interested in Girl Scouting, at
Key West, will convene in elementary school teachers the time of her death, she was
$ Jacksonville during the Foun-: when Mrs. Effie Walker Mc- sponsor of Brownie Troop No
tin ders Day celebration: at Edward Fadgon died on her 60th birth 481. Her other activities Included -
S. 11': Waters College on Feb. day In Jackson Memorial Hos- membership in the
...... IMS at the call of Bishop WilLiam pital where she had been'taken Sphinx Civic Club Auxiliary

.. ... F. Ball presiding bishopof earlier in the day and in the National sorority,
........' ...,. $3Y'....., the Church in Florida. I I Mrs. McFadgon who taughtthe Phi Delta Kappa. She held
.d t' .1' According to the announce- last 15 years of a 391-year' I membership in NEA, ACE
......, public school career at Liberty
...... e: ment made by the bishop dur FSTA and CTA.
:' .. Elementary School, was a
W iiftlll City
the annual meeting of the
iWM. lil ing native of Key West. Survivors, in addition to her
.. .. ... :: <:;;Utili! Council of Presiding Elders in husband and daughter
w. : :: ::t. : The oldest of the six children Includea
.....::."....,;..n;.. :: ..: Mt.: Olive Church last week. of Benjamin and Rhoda son-in-law, Harry McCart-
By ALBERT W. COOKE The lOG delegates and 106 Walker, she was a descendantof ney, two sisters, one brothers,
"WE ARE A PART OF ALL hemmed them In with bloody alternates, both ministers and the respected pioneer Adams three aunts, a nice, two
THAT WE HAVE KNOWN" fingers. Painful though It was, laymen; who have been electedto family of that community. nephews, and a number of
Alexander Pope they made strides towards represent the church at the other relatives.
which In 1917 she came to Miamito
freedom. Lives were lost. General Conference
The opening of the American Blood was shed. "Is life so meets in May In Cincinnati, live at the home of her aunt, for Requiem her at St.Mass will be sung
Negro story parallels the Bible sweet or peace so dear?" Some Ohio will elect one Cincinnati, Mrs Stanley H. Robinson Her Mert Sands Agnes, Fr. Lam-
: rector
story of Joseph. Each was times an act must be a sacri- standard bearer for the bishop first teaching, under' the super- on Satur-
day 25
January at 10
blood rela- vision of Fr. G M. Blackett a.m.
by standard
sold Into slavery fice. ric. The election of the .
stories' end was at the former St. Agnes ." ---,
tives. The may The Negro's ancestor did bearer and members to """ ** *** **' ** -* '+
yet be similar.As what they could whenever and seron committees and commissions Parochial School. She was a
Florida A and M STOP! LOOK!
wherever they could as best of the Conference will graduate of !
things were with IsraelIn they could for the advance- be held on the closing day of University. Jabberwork i. in the air
Egypt so they are celebration.
ment of the race even so .he Founder Day : .
Moses in America. Liken unto must colored people do for Three prominent rotors are again! Watch this space
and Pharaoh are Negro their children. Joseph over- I stoking: : the endo'tement as Bethel, Tallahassee; Rev S. A.
leaders and America. came! Israel overcame! The Ne- I standard bearer for the bishopric Cousin, pastor, Bethel, Miami for coming attractions!

Down In Egypt once rang a gro shall overcome! Yes, we from Florila. The three are and Rev. Walter S. White, pasta -
Pleah"Let my people go" Here 'shall overcome! Cousin. I Rev. Ira D. Hinson, pastor, Bethel, Gainesville.

e U. S. now echoes a cry, I I
"Ruling powers of this nation
will you give me Justice now?."
Roosevelt !
at Savings
Israel sang-while in1"bondage. ?a ',I'.

These songs matched those of .
and Friday NightMERCHANTS q t, ft. "
the people who voiced "Nobody every
Knows The Trouble I've Seen"
Hebrews must have felt this

same way in their hearts. .
The songs were basically the
same. Only the language and
time are different. The feeling
and suffering has to be com- "
parabie. "Nobody Knows" is

an enslaved soul's anthem. 10,000 :

Hearts cry out because of
personal suffering. Souls refute -
the thought that pain is

original when experienced. '" _.w..m. _,._ .......a.. .-- ......-'...._.h___.. *'
EcclesIastes strikes again. "The fO"r' ,'i Vft>:;,i:,.
thing that hath been it is that :: : :: !1 !.d
which shall Ue and that whichIs '
: ; r;, RRELs cTAMPs'

done Is that which sail be .. ..a._. .- .--........._ .._ _. ____._. i &6 r'h: '
done: and there Is no new thing I
under the sun." .4 .

Remember the Indian. Thinkof GREEN STAMPS r ,

the Jew in Germany. HIs- a
tory is full of Epochs during ?

which people were suppressed.The .
Negro Is a living testamentto

this. .
Visualize the "Black" man's
bloody struggle up from slavery FREE
to where he is now. Know that
circumstances and greed made ". ",
him a slave. Time freed him- "

somewhat. .
Ignorance keeps ::'; .
., !
him from being totally eman- "
cipated. Education will make .'
his dreams a reality.
Israel made bricks with
straw. The colored people made Just visit Roosevelt Savings any time prior to award to enter your name. No transaction necessary. Three big prizes In

progress with hope. Each with Green Stamps, redeemable for marchandlse of your selection. '
their bare hands labored. They

See and hear the entire festivities broadcast live by BUTTERBALL over Station WMBM, 1490 on your dial, starting at

Ferguson Seeks 6:30 P. M. See charming CARMEN DOUBRECHAT as your hostessl I

1964 LicenseNick .

Ferguson who operates .. "rt"iI!. )> "" "
the Surveillance Inc. ::": "'.'.o" "
Detective ._ .
Agency, has filed for his .tw "OM,
1964 license through Secretary iic .. .:iHtr" )1t Ia ''' '.

of State Tom Adams, in Talla C) 1t-
hassee. Deposit : tttltItirtNtt
B' nr ..
All everil,0 '
must be Issued \ F'
for '
by the State of Florida at the Stamp s existing\ one .l .,- ,
State Building on 14th St. and 100 Green or add to an ,, ,, .; I,'
12th Ave. I a neW a ccount depositor). qNK i yy tout ,);,\
Mr Ferguson has been to open one
In whether stampS to any --1":, .
business for the past five years of 1,000 y
and has done some outstanding 'iL (maximum\ dividend account .'1 1t r
work for people in this com- a1ltle1apte d every N, I--J.'
: '
munity as well as In' the Stateof curren R eD ,
Florida. He has gained the I,4o quarter\y.\ \N 5 U .

respect of his clients as well as compounded (
many of our judges in Dad e Paid and DlO nth carll to Si0,000 by on Ogenty !

County, being noted for his 20th of every of the U.s. Government
fairness to one and all. Ity the
Mr. Ferguson has orjjinlzed Save the lsttiaterest

a new club in this community from ----------------.
known as the Liberty City ,
Community for Voting Rights SAVE BY MAIL I SEND YOUR CHICK
which now has a membershipof "i WITH THIS COUPON I
150 with more voters join- r OOSIVEIT SAVINGS t LOAN ASSOCIATION I
Ing every day. Mr. Fergusonwas /, i MU N.W.7HI AV.....Mtemf,FUrU\ I

elected Its president.; I / ROOSEVELT&LOAN! I G.ntlflnen.:..Attached is my check i U the amount of>S j.."--.._.' I
PlMst op an account li tAo sumo lilt..0.. d ;i
Mr. Ferguson also serves as /: m, pgsEooA = urd and 00 {rood ltalft.... rII4; Nell
special deputy constable of DIstrict 1 muttplo I, a s5D: r. I

1. He is also one of our S J\17r tGS I NAME_........._.__ I
community's meet powerful nV.1.1 ASSOCIATION 1 JOINT OTHC ACCOUNT NAME IF.. I '
young men in politics.
Go to the polls and vote on 6015 NW 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida I ADDRESS_.. IPhon.

Jan. 28. $* I
754-6651 ;
Mr. Ferguson vrill providethe ._ ...
transportation to and from Miami's 108% integrate savings 5

the polls. Come to his office at ',j"' .. ..--------_t-tt.R_;.J
1704 NW 69th Terr or call .r OU l... .f J'" .tampS t.&a1'........,...>)> .

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HORACE NUNN of 759 f
70th St. died Jan. 16. He
lived ln'the. Miami area" for \"
BY NORMAN E. than 20 ,years. He is sur-
__ 'J"' and Frank Robison, a -
Mrs. Willie Lee Fields NO CLOSING COSTS NO FHA I
Gradually sentiment against Killed two cousins, Calvin Davis ,\
Slavery began to crystallize In Annie Lee Davis. Services Low Down Payment
the North, with the organizationof held Monday at 11 a.m.
Anti-Slavery Socletfes., Many the chapel. 1250 NW 43rd Street
methods and, tactics were usedto 3 bedrooms kitchen
large corner, large hardwood
try to find a solution to the
problem of the Negro, both GRIFFIN of 3051 floors, awnings, $495 down.
slave and free, both of which GHth St., died Friday Jan. bedroom, fully' furnished, carporte, $6,900 total
were continuously. Increasing He was a resident for more price. $69 per month. See 3135 NW 67th Street
in number.} 20 ,raffle Is' survived
Colonization of freedmen and x his wife, Gussle n stepson, !Direct from owner WI 5-9886
escaped slaves back to Africa ) : : t ffir.1 *
was supported by a strong a' grand-child. "r:",.,.
faction of these, abolitionists, \jJj" "
even to the point of establishing t
colony on the West STEPHEN SHIRLEY
a Coastof
NW 50th St. died Jan.
Africa, which was to becomethe '1;'
a result of injuries sus-
independent nation of Liberia but this method was automobile. Eric was the
abandoned as. too slow, too son of Dr. and Mrs. Pull Lever 27-A -
costly and the reluctance of the Shirley Dr. Shirley is a
Negroes to leave, what had become known physician in the
their homeland.The area. lie l Is survived by
Negro In America was it parents, four brothers, his
here to stay and whatever solution father and grand mother.
was to be found must held Thursday at The
find the answer within the of the Incarnation with "A Product Of The/ American Way"ELECT
boundaries of the
United States, Jones officiating.
as the Negro even in the socially -

degraded position ,as ,a
slave naa set nis roots deeply EFFIE McFADGON of I
in the fertile soil of the South- Krlo I NW 19th Ave., died Jan.
land and would never never year-old She had been a resident GEORGEMILHET
desert what was now his home-. Edwin S. 17 years, coming from Key
land. "*" and killed and had taught In the ..
Whatever the many and varied last ': County School System n lI'" 1
successful and unsuccessful !his home at 39 years.
plans for the Negro in..
America, must have the factorof Services COKINE of 735
coexistence as an absolute morning 03rd St. died Jan. 20. He
basis, for the Negro was in the been a resident of Miami
America to stay. 30 years. He Is survived
As agitation In the North his wife, Spero, a step
grew In intensity against slavery hter, Otlllle Prather, a
mostly for economic and from the child, Gracita Prather,
political reasons, more than nation, brothers, James and John
for humanitarian and moral a sister, Mrs. Marion
reasons, something had to give The .
one way or the other, Many 1800 were Friday at .1 p.m. at
compromises were made between formed Presbyterian Churoh.

the two the divergent representatives points of of nated erner as by its METRO COMMISSION-DISTRICT 6 I
view, none of which offered against ALBERTA
51st I
permanent solution but coln. With of 3313 NW
served as a delaying action only Party split died Jan. 20. She had been
question of of Miami for more
until finally the die was cast ..
and the I publican. 17 years. Her survivors .Y'" :!!" "!7
slavery question
reached such White her husband, Thomas,
a climax that
no six children Clarence and
more a scant -
ble a compromises final and Irrevocable were possi-decision Party was ; three sisters, Lucille
Willie Moore, and
{ ,
must be made even at No
the cost of Civil War. possible ., Services a brother Friday Ralph 1:3'0: Finest Selections In Miami

The entire economic and political rnst In the at First
structure of the South the greatest withintRevurDavis
was firmly based on the insti- In the Remains will be Lovely homes open
tution of slavery, not only the role he has to the churoh and remain NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ
continuance of slavery in the since his I beginning at 7 a.m. Fri
Southern States but they insisted In 1019, a Term Less Than Rent

on extending their way of day and --- ...
life to other states afc they were until such
formed out of territories. tain ROKER of 1181 518 NW 46th Street .
58th Terr, died Jan.: 20. He w
Possibly the three greatest tions. here since 1010 and was Beautiful CBS 3-bedroom, Fla." room, oak floors,
forces that brought the ques' member of St Agnes tile roof andl appliances. $400 down, $71 month.
tion of slavery ,to a showdown: Thus ends Church. His surviv $11,700 total price.
were the story of Uncle Tom's or passive include his wife, Matilda, a
Cabin by Harriet Beecher politics for Willie four daughters, .
Stowe, published In 1852 and the Negro Bristol, Dorothy Street. 335 NW 46th Street
immediately adapted to the portunity to an d Mary, a grand
stage and played by touring in his i Kevin Van Street, a sis- Pretty CBS bedroom, Fla. room, garage and appliances
companies, dramatizing tha Martha Robinson, three $400 down, $74 per month, $12,000 total
the moral degredation of sla- u< :r cx' !x c cx' Samuel, Phillip ,and price.
eery. I I Services. Friday In the
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The Dred Scott decision hand
290 NW 48th Street
ed down In 1857 after nearly a
decade in the courts, which in MAGGIE LEE Mc- Lovely CBS 2.bedroom, Fla. room, hardwood floors
fact I NW :3rJ Place
extended the x' Y of 1420
slavery In
and tile roof. down $77 month.
$400 $12,500
Northern States :by declaring Jan. 20. She had been a per
that a slave had no rights' as a I of the Miami area total price.

citizen even though he ''might 1033. Her survivors In- ---- ......
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escape to non-SlaVery"trr1 her. parents, Mr. and I
9: *
John McCray, two slaters, 4000 NW 18th Avenue
And'the abortive aUem!>' of Berien and Betty Bel
John Brown and his handfulof l ; two brothers,' Shadrick School teachers special 1 Gorgeous CBS 3-bedroom' ,

zealous followers to actually i'AS John. .Ii Fla. room, tile roof, carporte andl! appliances on two
lead a revolt .01' the slaves, Saturday, 4 p.m. at
big I Iota $400 down FHA terms. $3,000 total price.
from which he would forge a Church pf l jGod by ,Faith. ,
mighty and ,"I 4s;
army sweep throughout *
the Southland in 1859. OnAll 1738 NW Street y
And /\*>jiLi'v* 3
showdown so the, which stage was could set only fora of Ife2fl( 'NW, 47th 1 Tune ,CBS 3-bedroom, 2-bath plus 1-bedroom, 1-

lead to Civil War, as the Southern ., died Jan.103.r.IIer 21. She Jived In ba!h rental, $600 down. No closing costs. FHA terms
RcA since : survivors
States threatened to secede her husband, Jason, -. ...

I daughters, .Mesdames! .De- 6820 NW 6th AvenueNo
Allen, Bertha :snee i, jura
CARD OF THANKSThe Mattie Miller, Eva qualifying on this CBS 3-bedroom, oak floors

a son, Roy, 14 jranl- carporte, fence and barbecue on 2 big lots $795
family of the late, I two brothers Edgar
ROGER WILLIAMSof LI, NI Edward Johnson Iwo sis down, $85 per month.
1337 NW 60th St. who de- I1KK8 MAY Verdell Campbell' and Lula t

partedthis life Sunday, Janu- DONATION Services Monday, 3:30: VIe have, largest selections of CBS 2 and 3 bedroom

ary cere 19 thanks, wishes and to ,appreciation extend sin- at St. James AME: Church., homes in lovely Manor Park.

to the .many friends for..cards, .SCEIVA ALLEN of (The Broker that works for you) f
telegrams, flowers and all At the home Jan.
NW 14th Terr., died
other kindness shown duringour dent and had lived In Miami for NEWS REALTY Inc.
hour of bereavement. one of our Her survivors include
Special thanks to House of Our daughters, Mesdames Doro-
Albert Funeral Home for such Broward Blake and Naomi Adams,
good service rendered. L. Nelson Adams. 4600 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 4-0655

Daisy Williams, wife will be held Monday (Open Sunday)
Lorena Williams, mother 1657 a.m. at Trinity Wesleyan

And Margie Family Barrett, sister Jta.... Church.

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MIAMI tIMES MlAM, FLA. North South Kappa NotesThe Bros. Frank Jones or Samuel
PAGE 10 SATURDAY JANUARY 25 1964 Johnson for tickets. Let's make
Alumni of
Chapter Kap
Tourney to Attract this drive a great one.
pa Alpha Psi held Its regular
. Top GolfersPlans meeting at the home of Bro. We are looking forward to

_ and Mrs. Donald Hollls. The seeing all Kappas and their
are being formulatedfor I Hollis' demonstrated real friends at our "Evening'of
the 11th annual Miami southern hospitality and the Fun," Feb. 1 at the home of
Spearing North-South Golf Tournamentto brothers enjoyed themselves. I Bro. Leonard Walker, 1720 NW
> be held Feb. 24.28 at theMIami All Kappas are asked to see C9th' St.
: Springs Country Club.

:1' : "Every year the quality of
: ,
With Sports playas well as the size of the
field have Increased and we are
looking forward to the greatest r

fly JI.I\Juu' SlJ.I\1t tournament ever," declared '
v Dr. I. P. Davis, executive di- __

rector.In __________

Buddy Pack who has been Sparring with Cassius Clay, is the past, participants have + 'a. {N _
connected with boxing for 10- 22-years of age boxed a terrific come from many parts of the
years, has the Pan American draw here with Jeff Davis, they United States as well as Nas-
Auditorium and Pan American both are giving Clay a good sau and Canada to make it one
Gymwhich is the most up to work out.Creighton, of the nation's largest Negro

date gym I have seen on my sports attractions.
the United Bethel Managingthe
travels throughout
undefeated Carl Starlinghas Serving with Dr. Davis on
States. It has two regulation
rings, eight new showers, four had nine fights fivp( KO the committee are Richard ;,,., e
speed bags, four heavy bags, wins, and works with Sal Bur- Gardner, tournament director;
Atty. Henry H.
rub down tables seating capacity netta as corner man.I Arrington, legal
for 1500-2000. Buddy is the advisor; Mrs Anne Lindsey AT LAST .
Packard, director of social
promoter and expects to run met Cassius Clay through events; Clyde Killens, directorof / 1 ; Negroes have found
shows 1st 2nd week in Feb Robinson's brother- who
or Sugar Ray entertainment S a politician
Buddy was the youngest pro- in-law, Bobby Nelson. Cassius business manager, and Hayes David :I 'keeps his campaign
moter in ring history. He was asked me, what I thought of :Marks, director of advertisingand __ promises. You people
20-years of age. The audito- his predictions naming rounds.I public relations. A, haves long heard
rium has a high ceiling, airy told him he was a phoney, be. 55 great and various
and room can be heated. cause Joe Louis or Sugar Ray The event is expected to attract g a promises by l politic
Robinson or none of the great more entries and specta- Ions, which IUJfortunately
Former fighter Al DeRose fighters named the rounds. tors this year because the -" > aw happens only
who, in his day had over 400 World Heavyweight Boxing I .. r ; I, at election times,
fights, from 1917 to 1039 is train- He told me something of hu- Championship bout will be that they would do
Ing and managing Joe Nardi man interest which made us em- staged in the Miami area during I I I i this' and that for youIf
middle-weight, one of the best L/race/ and become the greatestof the play (Feb. 25.) elected.

looking prospects I have seen friends. I encouraged him to In addition to the Two years ago, County Commissioner Ilughlan Long
golf tour-
in a good while. continue to work hard and fill nament, players and did not make these promises' but a short while after takIng -
his "gas tank" by "hitting the have spectators office he placed Jim Reed, a prominent citi-
a well-rounded
Abe the greatest Fea- road" early in the mornings ment schedule entertain- zen, on the Dade Conuty Urban Renewal Hoard. Long realized -
ther-weight champion of the he then said he could see why sight-seeing trips consisting of that, since most of the urban renewal projects, If and
world and of all times just I am a Champion maker. Cassius ings, night cluW tours out- 'when they take place, will directly affect the Negro residential -
passed his 81st t/irthday. He is I is the most natural and most a barbecue, a fashion ,show picnics, and business districts, why shouldn't a Negro sit
recuperating here after havingan beautiful fighter who floats likea well as a beauty contest. as on hearing and readings that would affect his' people most
operation on his eyes, he butterfly and stings like a bee. of all? The agency Is charged with the overall planningand
was in the hospital for a year, This will be the greatest upsetin Further Information may be carrying out of urban renewal programs In Dade
he wants me to let his friends boxing history. obtained by writing the tour- County.
know he is coming around nament's executive office, 1030 Hughlan Long fought for and achieved a voting pre-
fine. Vegas publicity on the heavy. NW 2nd Ave., Miami cinct for the Negro people of Richmond Heights, who, priorto
weight fight on the 25 of Feb., that, had to trudge several miles to register their' votes
Jeff Davis of the at the Miami Beach Conven- "Accommodations"On In Perrine and surrounding areas.
who has tion Hall is not doing Liston If you feel that County Commissioner Ilughlan Long is a
looking heavyweights
had 28 bouts, won .23, lost four, and Clay Chris any Justice, is it because Open Mike man of his word, he asks your support In re-electing) him'
I Dundee and Bill to the County Commission on January 28th.
one draw is now sparring with Macdonald out smarted Vegasfor Next Sunday Jan. 20, "Open ?.,
Cassius Clay.2ommy the show? Mike" coming as usual from the ,
Hampton House, N. W. 27th Ave
Detardo, former and 42nd St., will discuss "Pub
partner with Lew Black is recovering Schooling Races lie Accommodations In Dade k' rt .

from two serious Begin At Beach County." The program will be lii
operations; Tommy managed and broadcast from 7-0 p.m. Public
here in Florida for a Track
promoted participation in person or via I ( l t I i
good number of years, he is telephone will again be offered.
coming around fine. Action returned to the Miami
Beach Kennel Club Tuesday
Scotty Lang has been count- night, Jan. 21 when lights wenton
ing for the knockdowns the for official schoolings in . .' .. f a e .
past 24-years. preparation for opening of the
track's 36th season on Feb; 1.
Norment Quarles who boxed
Schooling sessions Q
from 1934-1911 had over 300 are scheduled .
fights; he boxed such greats as nightly except Sunday,
Jan. 21, through the 29th, starting .
Lou Amber's Pedro Montinez
at 030.: The schedule calls
Mike Belloise, Bob Montgomeryand
numerous others he is for approximately 40 races per i
; night, run off in rapid succes-
ployed at the Florida
Miami. em// sion-one right after the other.

J a Packo who boxed from rehearsals"These are with full-fledged entries wearing dress : !:! JP---! !! DadeCounty :
1919-1930, had 152 fights and I post position! blankets as in regular : ; :
boxed the cream of the crop races," said General Man-
such as Tommy Loughran, Bryant ager Bill Gardner. "Gates will : r
Downey, (Young) Bill be open and admission free to :
Strlbllng, Chuck Wiggins, and all who wish to come out and
George Courtney.Harvey get a line on the greyhounds be-
Cody Jones who is fore the actual race meet starts." I .

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SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1964 PAGE 11 Tullis Signs With

WALLACE ORR Scores of Probationary members Chicago BearsJim DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, Inc.

FIRES ACE vin and visitors were: F. Gar- Tullls, 6-2, 204-pound PU1C3ENT8
82 D.
; Perkins, 69'; G. Mer- quarterback of the Florida A
Newly elected president of the ritt, 74;A. Moultrie,74;M.Bondu, I and M University Rattlers, has "JABBERWOCK GOES WITH CANNONBALL"See
Par and Birdie Club of Miami, 83; E. Bell, 113; u. Hayes, 94; W. : signed a professional football "Cannonbnll" Adilerly and hl. Sxtet at the
Wallace, Orr fired a hole-in-one Smith, 112; and Percy Rolle. contract with the world cham- Fort Lauderdale National Guard
on the 16th Par 3 laB yds. witha i Trophies were awarded to the I pion Chicago Bears of the National Armory
six iron at the Biltmore golf winners at the club's monthly League. 400 S.W. 21th Street
course. This was the Par and party held at Wallace's home in Monday, February 10, 8 p.m.
Birdie club's first monthly playof Their Hallandale last Saturday night. The 23-year-old Miami, art Get tickets at North's Travel Bureau
1U64. There was a turnoutof next tournament will be major was drafted as a future
40 players consisting of six at LeJeune, Sunday, Feb 9. choice by the Bears in '62. lie 1101 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami
visitors, three reinstatementsand led the Rattlers in passing, total
one new enrollment, Dr. Former Rattlers With offense, and punting last season.
George Merritt, of Ft. Lauderdale Coach George Halas has indi-
Harlem Globetrotters cated that he will use Tullls as
The day's play was under the TALLAHASSEE Tommy a defensive halfback. New Homes Finest For Less
direction of the club's newly Lee Mitchell, a former Florida Tullis
elected tournament director, A and M University Basketballstar will join ex-Rattlers 3 Large Bedroom, 2 Itath, Garage, Elt'etl-Ie Kitchen
Dave Bondu. was featured with the Har Willie Gallmore and Willie Lee t432 N.'V. 381h Terrace Open 3 to ::5 p.m.
The club's most improved lem Globetrotters on CBS Sports when he goes to the Bears'
101. N.W. .10lh Sliest Florida
golfer of 1963, Charles Peterson, Spectacular last Sunday. training camp this summer. Gall- room
took first place In the Cham- The ex-Rattler eager was the more Is a running back and LeeIs Large Iota for sale
with net 69 "dribbler" for the internationally
pionship Flight a ; a tackle.Dugie's.
second place honors went to the famous showmen of the hard- $1,500 up
man that fired the ace WallaceOrr : wood court. The game between Cash paid for Lots and Homes
with a net 74. Other scores I the Cherokee Indians and the
are as follows. Globetrotters was taped In Rome Need Money? See BARON JE 8.1340
Championship Flight last summer and viewed on the Guest House
H Brantley 77 CBS show by a national televi- .
J. Everett 82I sion audience. The house of unusual room
Maxwell 70 Mitchell starred for both Open 24 hours NE 4-3851
R, Seldon 80 FAMU High and Florida A and
A. Durr 75 M University. He is a native of Seeing is BelievingSee
A D. McCIer Mitchell 81 86 Tallahassee FAMU in 1961.and graduated from us for clean rooms JET

F Rivers. 76 Center Billy Barnes and forwards Jamaica Dugie, always a
J. Ferguson 78 Walt Kennedy and Le- friend SERVICE CALLS $1.00
First Flight roy "Spike" Gibson, all former
Eddie Starchon' 71 Rattlers, are In the Globetrotters 2941 N.W. 47th St., Miami Day or NightWe
Nino Pender 75 organization. Service All Makes of
M. Bethea 79
W Harris 77 HI-FI's and STEREOSWe
D. Peek 92 I
D. Bondu 79 Alto RentTV's
Second Flight by the week or month
J.T Daise 74

N.:F'. Jeff DuBoise 77 74 Lot 100 X 143 907 M.W2nd/ AVENUEPhone

C, Hatcher 79 Zoned R-3 Near Northwestern School
B McCord 83 FR 4-2044
C Young 81 $12,000P.
Third Flight
Eddie Jackson 81
Margaret Brown..*. ". 81 O. Box 6, Edison Center Miami, Flay), 33151

J Nelton. Robinson Darby 88 81 Your silent saleman-A classified ad!

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In loving of dear .
memory my my dear husband, "

husband hilt LEONARD FLEMING, ,

who departed this life Jan. 13. .. .... J
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why these things have to Z 1: rt.1
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be, our sad hearts seek the ;< .
answer but it's not for us to ..tti?" : "V -1.\\ '
see; we can only trust in God, : '

and know that in some way its f[' ..\
all apart of Ills great plan. J

We will understand someday. .
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Gone but not forgotten ti ..

1 love you, Hut God loves you Funeral services for the late

best. I Joseph Brannon Myers (J.n)
Mrs Ala Mae Fleming as we all called him, were held

Monday, Jan. 13 at 1 pm. from
4 ,Y IN MEMORIArnIn y Mt. Cavary Baptist Church with
the Rev. Atchinson officiating.
oM 1 loving memory of our dear r:: .:" a who departed this life Jan. 25'j Joseph was a native of Miami -
son, father, brother and uncle, AMOS McPHEE 1951. and a graduate of Booker
this life Jan May she rest in peace
who departed on T. Washington High School.
'I 21, 1903. light perpetual upon '. For the last ten years he lived
There is a seat that is vacant,, Children: in Ft. Pierce where he was
I that can not be filled, but God Lurlean, Robert William employed by the Theatre there.
Leonard Katherine and
in His Goodness and mercy I I ,He died in Ft. Pierce January -
heals our hearts, and comforts Bloneva 7, He is survived by two
us, and the souls of our beloved Mrs. Virginia Fox, sister children, Joseph B., and Phyllis -
WILLIAM P. SULLIVANwho one is left in His care We both of Chicago.
departed this life Jan 21, loved you but God loves thee Two aunts, Mrs. Lillle Brooks
1959. I best. IN MEMORIAMIn and Mrs. Enid} Reese of Miami
I think of him still as the Sybel McPhee, wife two uncles, Leslie Reese of Miami -

same I say: ( Richard McPhee, son sad, but loving memory of I and Robbie Dix of Allen-
He is not dead, He is Just away Eva Whyms, Adopted our dear husband and father, : dale, S.C. Mrs. Sarah Dlx of
Clora Sullivan __ daughter FRED WILEY SR. Allendale and a host of other
N w And family relatives and friends.

family of the late Mrs.
Ellen Dean who died Dec. 10, IDG,' The family of the late, MRS. IDELLA JONES of

wish to thank the many friends, 2133 NW 63rd St, died Jan. 17.
neighbors and relatives for the Services Saturday, 2 p.m at
kindness shown during the hourof ,' r { Jordan Grove Baptist Church
their Bereavement.: Rev Smith, pastor. Remains
Thank you for the many will lie In repose In the chapel
cards, telegrams and floral beginning 4 pm. Friday. Sur-
pieces. A special thanks to r x vivors include a godchild,
Father L. Sands of St. Agnes HERBERT TAYLOR JR. $ + Sherrla Oliver a friend, Mrs.
who this life Jan. 21 rw
departed ,, ,
Church Household
Episcopal of Florence Evans and many other
Ruth and Eastern Star Lodge. friends.
Many thanks to the M. S. Allen Gone but not forgotten t a ;,1
The? Family
Funeral staff. MRS. ELIZABETH ARNOLDof
Mr. David Dean, husbandMr. c & 1214 NW 63rd St., died Jan.
Cyril Thompson, son CARD OF THANKS 21. Services Saturday 2 pm.
Mrs. Hilda Edden and family .. .
-- "t"F,; at Ebenezer Methodist Church
.; :./ 1 Remains will lie on view in the
IN MEMORIAM I' ..,....<"> + chapel 3 p.m. Friday. Survivors

1 5i A .,. Include a daughter, Mrs. Nan-
In sad but loving memory of / .' nie Brown, a granddaughter
our dear son and brother, j" Mrs. Ro lna Knight, a grand-

.. ,0ew. >: :$1' ./ son-in-law, Robert Lee Knight
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a grandson Lewis
>' "' 'y" ""; {\.' \ j. a: Exy great Taylor
who departed this life Jan. 23, a great granddaughter Rosa L.
; : ... 1T1.1! Brodie.
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"ift7 \ summer rose -
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"\t, : ,.: r.:? : .' .!' .;'f ,.. f Then blossoms forth MRS. JANIE SUE GREENof
; ROLL SHERRYwho and fades 735 NW 55th Terr., died Jan.
I If 4 : .fit "' .' departed this life Dec. 5, But in memory (Continued on page 13))
.. ', : f" ( 1903 In Long Island, N. Y., and The image of its beauty
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::, \. )I> was laid to rest on the 15 of Never changes
4fst .' "':'.;:; .. Dec., wish to express appreciation And may our loved one IN MEMORiAMIn
,\ : : :'- :: '\. to the friends and castor Whose earthly cycle
e o .'ri .: ."...... (,, .,;"Il L of Ebenezer Methodist Church Has ended, always live loving memory of our
"t a ... ,? I" ''., .. Miami, of which the deceased In the memory of our hearts. dear wife daughter and sister,

rtf.. : : .: was a former member, for their The Family
'. ;! f letters of condolences, cards etc.
*1 .4. .', Special thanks to the Progressive
) .t.' ::; :" : ... > you all.Club of Miami.' God bless CARD' OF THANKS ''i I

-.t .$, Mrs. Syble McPhee, sister We, the family of the late,
The family of Mrs. Mary Four daughters and one son.

SA #. ; '. Haynes who passed from this
.. P '.' .tJ walk of life Dec. 10, 1903, wish- IN MEMORIAMIn
es to thank the pastor and all
l the members of her cl'urch loving memory of our

,:. .L where she served as a deaconess: dear mother and._grandmother..
Mt. Carmel Baptist Church and 1'1": .
CLARENCE C. MOSS special thanks to Zion Hope "'i
.!, .'who departed this life Jan. 4, Baptist Church New Providence ,.Iii
1961. Baptist Church, Rev Jenkins ,
We often think of you, In our l pastor of Friendship Baptist -
i r hearts, Church, Rev W. K. Smith
.,; ,We cannot see your face, but pastor of New Bethel Baptist _:v7 r .c4 pAr
J we rememtter: you all the time. Church, all the members of the
\ Your dear mother Mrs. Willing Workers Club, and to I
Jeanette Moss all the minister's and Mt. Tabor.
11 Your sister Miss Geneva Many special thanks to the I y .tM 14M r
Moss Range Funeral Honv and Staff.
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family of the late. We the family of the late, who departed this life January
...wish to take this method of gratefully and with deep appreciation Death Is a heartache none can
\ acknowledging and thanking acknowledge the heal.Memories.

... Ii you for your many kind letters many cards, telegrams flowers are treasures, none
'telegrams; cards of sympathy, and all other expressions of MRS. ENIETH MILLER can steallthough ,
;"and floral piece. sympathy received during. our JOHNSON \ you've gone away and
1 thanks to Rev. R. D.Whyte bereavement.: takes this method of thankingthe left us
'' pastor of Bethel AME Special thanks to the clergyof many friends for eXpressions Our love for you still lingers In
(,:' Church Its members, clubs and St. Agnes Episcopal Church of sympathy. during our ou hearts
:other organizations and Range Funeral Home. MRS. EPSIE CLARK bereavement. Thanks for I Halsberry Johnson,
,' t. Special thanks also to the May God bless you all. I RUSSELLwho cards, telegrams and floral I I husband
k VKey\ West Undertaking Com- Mrs. Lillian Williams wife departed this life January pieces. Special thanks to the Lovina Brown, mother
a ffpany. Officer Leon..E. Williams 24, 1960. Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Rich A sister, a brother-ln-law,
>, Alfred Whitehead, husband son Precious memories how they ardson's Mortuary and the eight brothers, eight sisters-
?*' Mr. and Mrs. James White Mrs. Hilda Bray, daughterof linger. James E. Scott Community As- in-law, 10 nieces, 15
"', and daughter ConnecticutAnd I Mrs. Laura Willams sociation. nephews, three grand

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small family on a perfect loca-
MRS. BESSIE SLAUGTHER. one loving memory of our dear SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1964 PAGE 13 tion, near everything. Com- I
wife of Clarence Slaughter, I29SO J .I' .. pletely furnished. Very small

N\V 51st Terr., died Jan. 19. : down payment: small monthly I

Services will be held Saturday, f payment. We have key. Call us. .
4 p.m., in the chapel with Rev.A. Fenster Realty

C. Turner officiating. She is 12GO NW G2 St. PL 08779
also survived by a sister and a

brother. MODERN CBS HOUSE. Two

: : bedroom, Jalousied Fla. room
i MnS. DELORES MITCHELL, fl and hardwood floors. $12,000,

G52 N\V 10th St., died Jan. 20. .. } 1821 NW 40 St.
Her survivors are six children;

mother, Mrs l velyn Snipe; two '4' + ,vs $350 DOWN, 4300 NW 11th Pl.

sisters, Mesdames Estelle Phil- ; t.i ,44* 1 Open 15. 3-bedroom beautyon
lips and Sarah Simmons and r corner lot. Allapattah: Realty
one niece. Remains will be sent 033-0120.
to Charleston S. C. Friday I ; feu
morning for final rites. oq 30U DOWN $59 month, 1230

"" .t NW 43 St. Open 1.5 Sat., and
ROGER WILLIAMS 1337 NW Sun. CBS beauty, sparkling

COth St., died Jan., 19. Chapel clean, better hurry this will sell

services were held Wednesday, FOR RENT FOR SALE fast. Allapattah Realty, no closing
at 12 noon Rev W. E. Sims I ; costs.
officiating. His survivors Include t +t 2 ROOM1S, twin !beds, hot and FULLY FURNISHED 3-bcd-

wife Daisy; mother Mrs.- '' 1, la@ cold water, private home, quiet, room CBS with separate gar TYPING TO BE DONE In my
Lorena Williams and one sister, r 2191 NW 59th St., phone G31-22G1 age, awnings, stove, refrigerator home. Call 033-0810.

Mrs. Solomon Barrett. washing machine. Price 1 BEDROOM DUPLEX 1110
+ APT. Quiet neighborhood Is $13,500, $100 down and $S1 1 NW 77 St. Owner, WI 5-988G.
A1 FRANCES 1012 NW 75th St., month. Life Realty, 4932: N\\ _
WELLS phone PL 8-4925. 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. f'lIl1.D
NW 5th Ave., died Jan. 20. Sheis Open even- CAKE
survived by a daughter, who departed this life Jan. 17, days and Sundays WILL KEEP your child from
grand-daughter and grandson. 1963. FURNISHED APT. One-bedroom 7-5 Monday-Friday, 1276 NW
Arrangements are incomplete.MRS. Sleep on, Sleep on and take your Phone PL 1-4292. NO CLOSING COSTS 3-bed- 45 St. Phone NE 4-7852.

rest, rooms, separate garage, new
BETTY LOU HAMILTONof We love you but God loves you NICE ROOM for couple or lady. roof, freshly painted, refinished TEMPLE BAPTISTThe
Privileges. Phone G31-0310. hardwood floors
24G7 \V. 4th Ct. Healeah died best.Family
Price is $9,500, only $300: down anniversary celebrationof
.Tan. 20. She will be
sent to 2-BEDROOM APT. Has and choir No. two on Sunday
oven, $77 per month. Life Realty
Ocala Friday night for I
and afternoon was a screaming
range refrigerator. Free 1932 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371
and burial. Among her survi- ., FRANCIS gas, water, electric3350 NW Open evenings and Sundays. success. The musical programwas
vors are husband, Phillip; 51st St Call III 81119. quite Inspiring and everyone
mother and father; two Brothers was spiritually uplifted
(Continued from page 12)) IIA TERMS: 3-bedrooms
and one grandmother President M. Hall aifd"Director
2-BEDROOM HOUSE, nice location 2 baths, CBS, Fla. room. The -
MRS. CATHERINE CAULEY, 10. Services Friday 2 p.m. at nice C. Ambrose, along with
14315 Greater Mark family only, also a third bedroom has Its own | their committees
N W. 22nd Ave. Opa-locka, St. Baptist 1-bedroom I Mrs. L
died Jan. 22. She is survived by Church with Rev. F. L. John- .1-1 G85. apt. Phone FR entrance and bathroom Prlco |: Williams, Mns. R. Llghtbourn,

her husband, Robert; Mrs. Fannie I son officiating. Following the Is" only $12,100 $100 down and Mrs. C. Hatcher.:, Mrs. L. Ferguson -

Mae Love daughter; mother, : funeral services remains will NW 2-BEDROOM $85 month. Life Realty, 4932 and Miss i L. Rose wishto
Mrs. Emma Gordon; two sisters be shipped to Colquitt, Ga. for utilities furnishedCBS !! NW 7 Ave. PL 0-1371 Open thank the choirs of Ebenezer,
$22 week
and three brothers. Arrange- burial. Survivors Include her buses per Sundays :and evenings. New Bethel Metropolitan, St.
rear, G9G-G811.
ments are Incomplete. husband, Artis; ,three sons, Alvin -, Matthew's, Grace Presbyterian,
Gerald and father NO CLOSING COSTS Lovelv the Church of God of
Ray; Jeer 1136 Prophecy,
NW 5th AVE. 2-bedroom!
CBS In heart of Manor Park.
.SIE DUDLEY, 1G22 NW Raymond Leggett; two sis- Temple Male Chorus and Choir
tith Ct., died Jan. 21. Among his ters, Ida Mae Tyson and Bren- apt., partly furnished. $20 Tile roof, Florida Room, large No. 1 and others for their cooperation -
weekly key in 3
survivors is a daughter, Miss da Maddox; a brother, R. L. apt. or phoneJE fenced yard. The bedrooms arc: Mrs. Irene Brown
1-3814 CA 1-1833.
Annie Mae Dudley. Arrangements Leggett; a devoted friend Rob- very large. Prlco 1 h $11,000, was M. C,
relatives. $250 down and $77 month. Owner The Youth Choir
are incomplete.RICHARDSON ert Days and other OPHELIA ((Cutie( ) McNIGHT sings this
will pay closing costs. Life Sunday morning and No. 2
CLARENCEBEItNARD please call PI 9-1857 after :3 Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL choir during the evening. Choir

SEARS, Infant son of Mr. and) o'clock 9..4371.HICIIMOND. No. 1 will sponsor Its annual .-

Mrs. Clarence Sears of 1881 NW tea Sunday, 3:30: p.m. at the
NEW 2"UnnilOOM DUPLEX I UTS, CBS, $250 homo
49th St. died Jan. 12. Grave- of Mrs. Eva Gibson, 1834NW
side services held Wednesday. apartments, 1201-3: NW 10th St down, (G2 month, 2 bod-rooms, 5th place Friends are invited -
SAMUEL KNOWLES of 767 1515 NW 53rd St., $25( unfur extra clean and nice, 11801 Harrison .

NW Goth St., died Jan. 15. Sur- BABY GIRL Ray, daughterof ,UN 5-3120. St. Call Mr. Marvin

viving are his wife, Alma a Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses Ray of I AUCTION
daughter, Mrs. Eleanor DunbarIQf FURNISHED APT. with yard
1715 NW 4th Ave., died Jan.
Boston, Mass., three sons, Graveside services held :and porch for Information callox ] HOME AND INCOME, MIAMI\ DADE COUNTY NearFabulous
Albert and Quinton of Miami 10. I 1-2420.. I tional loan, no closing conven-j Interama. Monday,
and Samuel of New York, a Thursday. (!mlJlfyJ} q. Move riant !I 1:30: p.m. January 27

:sister, a brother, 11 grand- BOY SWEETING, son CBS HOITSV fully 1"17H( ( BABY
children Services Saturday at 2'p.m. and Mrs. George Sweet N\V 17th I'lJ-.e.: : $22.50( weekly. irlco. Clean beautiful: home, 3- tageBlscayne( Blvd.) and Income -
of Mr. paths Fta.
from hedroom, 2 room, rentals from
Greater Bethel AME running
Jan. 10. Graveside
'officiating. : services 16th Avo. $18.50 week. Sec Mrs. partly furnished, wall to wall east 193rd: St.

Coleman, S. S. Gross Realty, carpet und ( 'pone throughout, 125 ft. x 110 ft. corner lot NE
720 NW 71 St. PL 4-0133.
4H-012G or HI 8-2821. 192nd St. nnd 28th Ave. with

15851 NW 18th Ct., died Jan. 18. Rev. Theodore Jones, vicar NICE FURN. APT. efficiency, BEAUTY SHOP, fully equipped, Write or call for informationand
Survivors are her husband!! Andrew Rev. H. E. S. Reeves deacon 1 and 2 bedrooms reasonable very good location, phone OX brochures:
three sisters, Elzene H. rates. 1000 NW 47th St. Call J 1092] or OX 1-0017 HANSHROUGH
Johnson of Detroit; Essie Mae We regret to report two 371-3622 Carey's Rental Agency. National Realty and Auction Co
this week. The church's :.1-BEDROOM 2 bath CBS, also
TImmons of Willlston and Rosa deaths Metcalf lildit.) Orlando, Fla
Lee TImmons of Lakeland, sew sympathy goes to the familyof CBS cottage all for $11,500 excellent 421-4571

eraln nieces and nephews. Ser Dr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Shir- 4-BEDROOM HOUSE with 2 )) conditions and location. Daytona CL 5-1911

vices Saturday at Mt. Hermon ley and the family of Charles baths call NE 3-3108 or Plenty room for large family Miami I FR 4-0593
.AME Church at 4 p.m. with Hudson. with guest cottage for mother'n Louisville Juniper 4-1017
Rev. S. L. Gay officiating. The The Shirleys' fiveyearoldson law. $1,500 down $80 month. .....
body will be shipped to the O. Eric Stephen, died on Sat. Ask for Mr Chriss, R. M. -
ROOM In $7.50.
B. Samuels Funeral Home In urday of injuries inflicted when Modern conveniences private Men, pre Brooks, realtor, phone G88-GG38. FOR SALENo
Willlston automobile. Nights MU 1-7710.
for burial. struck by an i
heart''' erred. 1545 NW G8th St. OX
Mr. Hudson died of a
FATE LUSTER JR., of 1421 attack. lie was a long-standing MG90. IIAII CAIN nice home, 1822 qualifying, take 0 v e rexisting

NW 2nd Ave. died Friday Jan. member of the Church and NW 45 St.BEAUTIFUL.
NICK, CLEAN furnished apt.In I mortgage, 3-bedroom
at the
17 as the result of bullet treasurer of the
wounds. Services held his death. rice quiet place G300 NW but beautiful! 2edroom -
were on time of CBS Drive by and!
15 Ave. FR. 1-0707 or
Wednesday in the chapel with Services were held for young CBS duplex furnished.
t-1880. Ask for Kelley.
Rev. 3500; down, no qualifying, moveIn. see.
A. C. Mozelle officiating Shirley... Thursday morning at
I 7753(: NW 10th Ave. Call Mr.
"Surviving Mr.
are hls9&rel ts, o'clock. 1n
and Mrs. Fate Luster;-, ,, three .11 ROO __ c home, s'de' el1- Marvin, Greater Miami Realty, 569 NW 47th Ter-
Mr. Hudson will trance. NE 45744FL : Til 4-0133 271-2011 nlKhts.
brothers and three"Sisters. Services-for or Then call us or stop at our
be held at 11:30: a.m. on Saturday

CHARLOTTE CRlTTEN, Infant SftLS 1( CUB: MUSHROOMS, Fla. room. office for details.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. they rest in peace and 859 NW 77 St $250 down, $72 !
Hilton Critten of 1031 NW GOth light perpetual shine upon 3-BEDROOM, 2 bath, Fla. month. Move in. Call Mr. Mar. LIBERTY REALTY

St. died Jan. 15. Graveside ser-. them. room, dining room, beautiful vin Greater Miami Realty, 111

vices were held Jan 22. Services next Sunday, Sep- kitchen, utility room, brand 1-0133: or 271-2011 nights. 4500 NW 2nd Ave.
new, $1,500 down, open Sun-
tuagesima, will be as usual: 8 day 1-5. 1772 NW '47 Terr. JE
MRS. EVELYN' JENNINGS 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. $300 DOWN Hrautiful 2- PL 1-7594
of 1751 NW 5th Ave., died Jan. 8-2284. bedroom. Close to everything, JN: .
21. Surviving are a cousin, Mrs. Plans are progressing for our schools) etc., partly furn. FHA
Lovely .. ... .. ..
:Mildred Allen and many Mardi Gras to be held on Feb. NO CLOSING COSTS A real deal. We have key. Only -------- - -
:tfrlends. Services held Friday CBS, 3-bedrooms, l large
711. month callFENSTER
$77 For Fun and Pleasure
from the chapel. front screened porch, awnings, REALTY

Our Acolytes report enjoyIng stove, refrigerator, separate 1200 NW 02 St. PL 0-8779 Why not visit .
the annual Acolyte Festi- garage has complete bathroom.

val held at the St. Phillip's .Price Is $11,500, with $250 FORBES
'BALL'S CHAPEL AME NEW AREA. Listen to this! 3-
I Church, Coral Gables last Sun down and owner pay closing
71G8 NW 16th Ave. day. costs. Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 bedroom, IMi baths. Move rightIn

Rev. Allen C. Turner, pastorWe Ave. PL 0-4371. Open Sundays no qualifying, small down Guest House
and evenings.NO payment and $H5 month includes -
the members of' Ball's SHILOH BAPTISTRev. everything. Call fast on "A Lost Paradise"

'Chapel would like to thank the A. Al. Griffin, pastorS Almost new this, It won't last.
pastor and members of St. C.l..Dies. iipoilfc.ri'fie beautiful QUALIFYING.2-bedroom 2 full r'"n"tor Hr'nlfy PL 9-8779! Phone 033-8770

James AME Church for their pastor and the Junior. bath. CBS. Each bedroom has "21; KW 52 Street 2226 NW 49th St.
our will render service Sunday -
splendid cooperation on Church
Its own entrance and Its/ own .
last Sunday morning service. afternoon, at 3 p.m., at New I beautiful bathroom. Flat tile DKDKOOM HOMC plus --- FOR IIKNT --

We are looking forward to Mt. Moriah in behalf of the. I roof wall to wall closets, large roxlOO lot. Most fabulous deal Ft"7N. nil tT f1JnN. APT In
having them worship with us Youth Day. :I modern kitchen, awning windows VOM! O'".r '<' '11. Tn'nl) price fo: OrvlocVn nr .1. -bedroom un-

In the near future. Th No. two Choir will havea etc. Price J Is only $12,500 et veo't'"n' i-uly .1,900. Small furn, $15 week. 2-bedroom un-

Sunday School services began musclal' program Firday nightat and monthly pivmenU are down payment. We have key, I Turn $18. 1-tx'riroom furn. $21.

at 0:30: a.m. and morning 8 p.m., everyone Is Invltsd $85 month. Life Realty, IQ12: call UH to show. bedrooms furn. $25. Call
serve at 11 a.m. The public 'to attend this program and we )r- NW 7 Ave. PL 01371. Open i :>nf tt1r Realty Mcklns Rental Agency NE ;

J* corsJJally Invited. ship with US a sign 1.1)i.! Sundays and evenings. 12CO NW 02 S! PL 0-677P 4-0500. Indef


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SATURDAY Prince H. 'Mobley, pastor I Rev. A. D Hall ministerE.
PAGE JANUARY 2'5 1964Rev.
Rev H. E. Greene, pastor Sis. C. McKinney, reporter I Ingram, reporter
Evelena Glenn, reporter Last Sunday was the eve of January, the Guilders monthof
Services were well attended on Triumph Founders Day cele- the Wesleyan Service Guild
last Sunday The young people bration around the world. and the Women's Society of
sang and the pastor brought to Christian Service of Ebenezer
us two very inspiring messages. Three score ana seven years Methodist Church. In observingthis
There were a lot of visitors in ago, Father E. D. Smith was month, we are inviting the
our morning services and we the recipient of a revelation public to worship with us in
welcome them at all times. from God declaring that a spi- an early morning Meditation
ritual and natural change would Service from 6 to 7 a.m. Sunday
We have opened a day care take place in the earth. Jan 20, 1964.
center at the church that will
take care of your children five On January 20, 1902 at 12 The Evangelistic Mission will

days a week from 7 a. m., to 5 noon, the divine spirit of begin Sunday, Jan. 26-31. Wor-
p.m., with pick-up and delivery I Triumph was speeded to the ship service will be held each
service. A hot lunch will be ser earth for the emancipation of night during the week. We are
ved and a discount is given to I every person who was ready urging the members and friendsto
working mothers with two or to receive the advance wisdomof Join in the campaign to win
more children. All interested God. It was not until Janu- souls for Christ.

persons may stop at the church ary 20, 1904 at 6 p.m. that God

noon, Jan. 26, 1964, at 4 p.m., gave him permission to open

I Ei 14s it i I + l 1111 any day. of the week for information the the world.doors of the church to all Gamble Memorial Church


Saturday, Jan. 25, dinners will The church celebration includes 1809 NW 5th Avenue
be sold by members of Choir "Thankful Services" all Elder .1. C Jackson pastor

No. one in Opa-locka. Choir day. Prayers were given by all Nathaniel Thomas, reporter
No. two will also lie selling din- members in an effort to send There will be a honorable
ners at the home of Mrs. Hazel out beautiful thoughts into the program service at our Church
Foster Observes Ford in Liberty City. Order universe so that all mankind Saturday night Jan. 25, at 8
your dinners from us this Satur may receive the blessings of In behalf of Mr. NathaniefThomas.

God and find the way to world This service will be
26th day.The peace through the wisdom and conducted Uy our asst. pastor
president of the ACE of God. Elder Ira McCall, Sr., you are
League Is asking that all in : welcome to attend.

I terested young people come out A program and testing mark The fourth Sunday, annual
I to League Sunday afternoon, at I the closing of the celebration. chorus revival will be conveneat
SHADY) GROVE BAPTIST. 4:30: p.m. Refreshments will be Our pastor delivered the Walker's Temple Church of

Rev. I. Clayton, pastorSis. served. Visit Mt. Zion Sunday, Founders Day message. God In Christ this Sunday, at 3

Gloria Cherry, reporter p.m.

You are Invited to come and Rev. S. A. Thomas Pastor I I I
worship in our church services. 5129 NW 17th Avenue 1419 N. W. 5 Place I I NEW PHILADELPHIA M.B.
Rev. Paul] Freeman
pastor 915 NW 62nd Street
The Rev. Clayton deliveredthe The messacre was; delivered by
Sis Stella Mae Flowers, reporter Rev. W. H. Washington, pastor
message for the morning our pastor Sunday morning. .
taken Hear My voice, 0 Lord In my that The New Philadelphia Mis-
service. His text was I His text was "Where }'R He I
from Daniels 4:1-6: "God is prayer: Preserve my life from I Is King of the Jews"? In his sionary Baptist Church, "The
Able." His message was very fear of the enemy. Pslam 64:1: artistic; expressions: he reminded church with i the star

graciously received.In The Junior Choir No. twois us that we are to tell the I for a steeple- was officially
the evening service we asked to be present on Saturday world that Christ !Is here and organized by a Baptist Minis
were honored with the presenceof afternoon, at 53:0: for their [ what He is doing for us. ters Council on Wenesday nightof

two visiting ministers, Rev.M. regular meeting. Choir No. one last week. Serving on the
Allen and the Rev H H will be selling Barbecue Satur- delivered night Rev. J. special called council were: The
the message using the I Rev. W, F. Tanner, Rev. P. W.
Mitchell. The the Church.
was Please
day at
message stop "( the have 1
tpxt lrtt of Depths Williams, moderator the Rev. P
by Rev. Mitchell. by and help to make this I
Cried Unto Thee 0 Lord?" He S. Brown; The Rev. I. C. Mlckina
You welcome
are always sale a sUcess. This is in behalf
worship at the Shady Grove rave us a spiritual uplift expressing (The minister who licensed the
another year has rolled Baptist Church. Friday night of our anniversary! the efficiency of God.I Rev. Washington to preach in

around and at this 1954)), and the Rev. Thedford
we pause Rev. Mitchell will preach for
NEW PROVIDENCE wish to commend the '
The Rev Johnson has
Johnson. !
time to observe our pastor's2Cth one of the Birth Rallies
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor Tr., Matrons for their splendididea guided this infant church since
anniversary Sis Claudia Wilson, reporter. of selling nlates with the
its .
We deem this an honor as MT. HERMON AME The spirit of the Lord was symbol of Mt. Sinai Visit our inception.The minis
P. S. Brown
well as a privilege to take time Sunday, Jan. 19 was baptis- Rev. ,
high throughout the regular services and inquire
day ter of Mt. Tabor preached a
this time to honorto ,
out at give
mal Two
day. persons were accepted day beginning with the Sun- about this effort.
such a worthy servant of for : Miss magnificent ..ordinatIon sermon
membership day School Sunday School 9"0: morningservice
service for the Rev. Washington..
God. One who has come thru Patricia Anderson who was 11 a.m. BTU 5-30: and
26 years of trials and tribula- formerly a member of Bethel There will be a dinner saleat evening service 7 p.m. All the ministers comprisingthe
tions. But still has the faith MIME) Church of Tallahasseeand the church Saturday by the council laid hands upon the

that better days are coming a little convert Bennie Deacon Board and the Deaconess NEW HOPF. BAPTIST Rev. Washington at the conclu-

by and by. Smith. There were 27 visitorsto Board. You may call the Rev. W.- E. Sims, pastor! sion of the ordination sermon.
We are Inviting all our our services.All church for delivery, phone A. L. Stephens reporter The church was highly spirit
ed and elated over being accepted -
friends to come and worship 758-0922. Sis Minnie
members of the Celestial Steversonand Open my eyes, that 1 may behold officially as a Baptist Church
us during services. Choir are asked to meet at the her sister Bertha Carter wondrous things, out of with all the privilege thereof
Services are as follows: church on Thursday evening. were out of town Sunday attending Thy'' law .1 am a sojurner on
January 29 A Fellowship Mrs. Inez Anderson is directorof the funeral of their earth; hide not thy command- ST. LUKE BAPTIST
program. I I the choir. brother. They desire the pray- ments from me! (Psalm 119:18-:
January 30 New Shiloh Sunday afternoon, Jan. 26, ers of the church. 1790 N. W. 55th St.
Rev. A. M. Griffin. I I
the Ushers Board No. will 19.God's Rev P. W. Williams, pastor
31 ZIon Let
January New Mt. us remember the sick
transforming power enters
1' Rev. R. C. Sullivan I I celebrate its 7th anniversary at and all those who are brleved I Into life of every man whenhe Mrs. Bur esha Green reporter tho
"Make noise unto
February 2, 3 p.m. Antioch 3 p. m. The speaker for the over the loss of loved ones in accents Jesus! Christ as Sa- a Joyful thd
Lord oil lands. Serve
occasion Is Rev. James ,
Brownsville Rev. F.V.. Ste- A. Grisby our ye
t prayers. vior. Life takes on a depth anda
Lord with before
gladness come
} phenson. I pastor of St. Luke AME Church.
dimension of before
February, 7 p.m. Ebenezer The public Is cordially Invited MT. CARMEL unknow. Christ's love assists His presence with singing.
of Hallandale, Rev. F. T. to attend a very special pro Rev. D. A. BAPTIST those who love Him In build- Palsm 100:1-2.: observe
The No two Choir will -
gram that the Junior Church
Thomas, speaker. will present on Sunday evening Christine Cohen reporterLet Inc a more fruitful life. This their anniversary. Jan. 24,
this mind be in you, transforming of Jesus
during service. power thru. Jan. 20. On Friday, Jan.
ALLEN TEMPLE AME which was also in Christ Jesus. Christ Is a Rift to us from God's 24 8 cordially
Rev. at you are
Gay p.m.
our most eminent
Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor
I I Phillppans 2-5. infinite love and compassion. musical
5th Ave. Cor. 22nd Terr. and beloved pastor Is asking invited to a program.
Services will begin Sunday that the congregation will visit Our Benefit Club will cele- Services were well attendedon On Sunday, Jan, 26, at 3 p.m.,
with Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. I the Rev W. J. Macon at brate its anniversary this last Sunday, and the spiritran the Rev. J. W Stevens and con-
with the superintendent, Ter- First Baptist Church on Jan. 30, Sunday afternoon, and we are high through out the day. gregation of Antioch Baptist
rance Hill, preslng, assistedby _at 8 p.m. asking all our friends to. come We are continuing in prayer for Church of Brownsville will
his staff of teachers. One of our most celebrated and share this grand occasion our sick and shutIns.All render service. We trust you
'At the morning worship the' events for the year will be held with us.Bible and our vlstors, members and
pastor will deliver the on Feb. 9, during the evening elected officers for 10Gt friends will worship with us at
followed by an old fashioned service. That is our Annual Class every Tuesday: are urged to please be present all times.
testimonial service. Baby Contest. night, 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Sunday night,:! at 7 p.m., for Installation

At 7 p.m our first quarterly Please let all boards do the very every Tuesday night, 8 p.m. Services{ The public NEW MACEDONIA
conference will begin with best to support your baby in this Baptism Tuesday night. I Is alwavs welcome to fellowship Rev Roscoe Jackson, pastor

our presiding Elder Dr. J. A contest. If you don't know your \; with us at all times. Sis Netta Kelly, reporter

Roberts, presiding. Dr. Roberts baby's name, please see the ST. MARY'S W.M. Then came she and worshiped
will be presented to deliver the pastor. I Rev. H. V. Stuart pastor OPACF PHFSBV7T.RF:: Him saying Lord, help me. St.
evening sermon. We regret very deeply the Miss Dorothy Major, reporterAll Condolences to Mrs. Spero Matthew 15:25.A : .
passing of one of our faithful Cokine. whose dear husband, cordial invitation is extendedto
Tuesday night, class meeting: members, sister Mary Black. to often, Our Father, we the late Mr. Eugene Cokine, everyone to Join us on Sun-
Wednesday 8 p.m. choir No. 2 Members of the choir, usher have forgotten that life has nassed on Monday morning
day Jan. 26 1964 march
rehearsal as we
: Thursday 6 p.m. Jr boards are asked to meet at the teen entrusted to us on thy Jan. 20. The pastor and members
into church NW
Chorus our new at 3165
Gospel rehearsal; Thursday church at 3:45: Saturday terms rather
than our own. So express deep sympathy to you,
7 56th St. The motorcade will
choir No. 1 rehearsal.
p.m. afternoon In order to serve dur speak to us In this moment and Mrs. Cokine.
ing the funeral. leave the YMCA at 2:30: p.m.
, in this
we be
\ Allen's Chapel is preparing that thou may reminded This Sunday. Is Youth Sunday Visitors are always welcome

," for Men's Day which will be ST. JAMES AME to he thine hast called us The youth will be in at "The Holy Ghost's Head-
held the fourth Sunday in Feb Rev. J. B. Blncknell, pastor: Pbr'st f'\U" Lord own. Through Jesus charge of the morning service, quarters."
r ruary. Bro. George Rich will Bert Cooppr. reporter rrd we are happy to have as

serve as chairman and Terrance It's Homecoming the fourth Our MpmoH-1! 1 war well attended VT sruest speaker Miss Cynthia MT. CALVARY BAPTIST
Hill, co-chairman. Sunday in February Preparation WP are pro p'rh h art '"avnor. an outstanding student
Friends are always welcometo is going ahead at a rapid wag unllfted 'In sonrr or srmp :"t Northwestern Hlorh School. Rpv. S. Atchlnson, pastor
worship at Allen Chapel, pacp. word that wn The :vouth will also participateIn Cnmctance Carter, reporter
spoken, the
i "The Church with a welcome The captains (class leaders) messace which Rev. the evening services. The No. one, two four Usher

-'. and a program for the people." have their lists in their pos- *""'i ht to ns. chart: Our ATen's flay is under Boards will sponsor a Sale Party
'J way Board will Sale
session. Pretty soon now they sponsor a Party;
f>ur Choirs v'p-a it their "hpct. with the following men servlnsrPS the
at church
vlll( Saturday night
CHURCH OF GOD be be, contacting you for .
....... captains: Rev. : Folder
hev > ," "c: "'ftf'n" TVMplo woy.
IB i n
Elder H. Leviticus Cox, reporter vnur assessed fee for this day.If -o. ..T.n. Fanlel. Elder] George Bald. Jan. 25. The title of the partyIs
1 Bishop R. B. Davis, pastor you don't know whose list Cl'! ""''" will rUTtU rhita'c win Elder Edward Harris Dea"m "Let's Go Fishing." Everyone
The Rldgewav Church of God you are on contact clerk of the >t. on* mnrnlncr' and evenlnervlce. < Henrv Williams. Trustee- Is asked to please come out.

'j.; 1, of Prophecy. The pastor and church. 1 Harold Higgs, Trustee Joseph On the fourth Sunday in Jan.
members invite you to attend Remember, this Homecoming, TTshe" Hoard No. two w jj Severity, and Mrs. Bennie Brother Whitehead, one of our
I service with us on Sunday, at when the church beckons all p Jehrate Its 14th anniversary Teuton. Chairman f is Elder] Har- members, will give his trial
. ;, NW 22nd. Ave., and 60 St. Come Its lost families to return to Sunday, Jan 26. topaker for ns. who urges all the congrega- sermon' at 4 pm: :, everyone is
.' and hear the gospel preached in the fold. Friends are asked to the occasion Mrs. Caroline Bain tlnn to support the captUn to Inv d'' to hear till sermon

'in it's fullness bv the pastor. Join us also in this wonderful vine" one of Dunbar's out- whom you are assigned, Mgn's and t worship.. with J'), q:{' so}any
'"See you at Church on Sunday". service. standing teachers. Day is on F*&; t : time.THE .
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BTW High SchoolCo2igratulatings Lillio C. Evans Bethune Daughter Elks Plan hard to make this the best

Elementary ever and with Dt. Smalley's
to the norw and six of grades four, five, The first gracrers presented a DanceThe dynamic personality I am sure
Csgers 111 their splendid were well repaid when that it will be.
The cage they observed most unique program, during our Daughters of Greater
playing flaskfeteefS
writing demonstrations
: (present regular Miami
record fa eight wlhs and in a fourth and a sixth assembly period Friday, Temple are celebrating Three lovely young ladles
three l losses. grade classi'oorti! b Jan. 17. The program, which was their 20th anniversary with a are vying for "
They defeated Car ; > Miss Gertrude queen. They are
In the form af telethon dance to be held Feb. 20.
n ,
Shafftter. Miss pre-
yer 70-02, Ilungerford of Orlando ghaffnef sented Dr. Sara Smalley Is chairmanof Dts. Willie Harris, Delores
who Is with talented pupils of the
Jon& the
80-09. < of Orlando Zflner-Bloser
3 52-60 the dance. Whitehurst and Nancy Robin
; Com fifth grade The total amount of
Mdtthfew} JafcksoiWllleax atiy, Was particularly help.
87: QIhertAbf ( ful lit Ofjfp/lng suggestions fof $]36.21 was raised during the The Daughters are working I son.

vl le:) 03-45 and Stanton Jax- working left handed pupils. Miss telethon. Mrs. Bacon's second

vi l lie CG-65: PUlmmer Wlllianis Marjorie K. Pltimmer our Dis grade class reported the largest
Ottd Moore and the captain o14 tract Director of Elementary amount of money-$12.G2. Jack

the team IrwIn Baulkman are Education was present during Skeels, executive director of

leading the team in scoring the informative discussion periol March of Dime for Dade
The junior varsity team has a with the third grade teachers, County, was present for the KEEP TAXES DOWN VOTE
record of 5 wins and no losses which was devoted to the tran- telethon. He commented that

This group is lead in scoring by sition from manuscript to cur- this was the first program of
Charles Wilson, John Hadley sive writing. While the teach- its type presented by elemen-
and Freddie Knight ers were in attendance at the
OutstandIng tary pupils for the March of
for ball hadllng and defense and discussion Dimes. A plastic pin crutch was

rebounds____ ,..__goes_L'b _to.Anthony_ Thomas groups efficiently, their covered classes hv were th o very'' Llowllg given each mi nil -from- the
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Coaches uoacning Walter Caldwell tne team are future'teachers from Miami foundation. Monday -J morning,
and Al-
Jan. 18
representatives of the
kin Hepburn Next game Northwestern Senior High classes
School: Reginald raising the largest
In the school gym. Jan 24 The Walker Judv
entire Mahoney Carolyn Cox, Judith amount of money were seen
witness!community the 'Tornado Is invited to Fulsom. plane Richardson, Phyl over Chant as Clarence I
7-WCITi 38AV
Lagers For Metro Comm. Lever
basketball lis Wrlgnt, Pauline( Cole; and Frederick the checkto I I I -

Press n1 genes! have done it Gwendolyn Cox. Mrs. 0111 and Mr. Griffith. Mrs. Zelma D.

&j aih! Felicitations are extend- members of the faculty are Black, fifth grade chairman, will

ed? to the school newspaper staff grateful to Mr. Samuel Cohen, also serve as Captain for the
tar artiUhg another win their Mesdames M. C. Brown, D. 'Ed I Brownsville area. Other fifth
long line of winnings I the TB wards and M. Adams who cooperated grade teachers assisting Mrs.

Press Project. Thi year they with uS in this program. Black In this program were B e

placed third in the local contest. Wednesday, Jan. 22, the Mesdames Mary Hopkins, Syl-

The, entry; has been submitted Art teacher sponsored an Art via Rolle', EVelyn Williams, and
U t the Florida Tuberculosis and Assembly highlighting the a- Elliott Scavclla

Health Association for judging Shopping wards given Center by Merchants the Northside Association On Friday, January 17, Miss AUTO RADIATOR SERVICE
on the state level. Local chair- Gertrude Shaffner, representative -
Inc. Color came to life
man of the BTW project was from the Zaner-Bloser Company
in the form of colorful
Florine< Womble. verses 1 Hour Service Credit Available
Drawings --
made were and rhymes presented by pupils of Columbus, Ohio visitedour
Percy Brown.
who school. She demonstratedto
wore beautiful colored WIIILB \'OUfAIT
ing with seventh the grade is continu- ring showing primary colors, teachers on the third, fourth, Come in for free checkup
A reading program. cool colors, and warm colors. fifth, and sixth grade levels
special will he POINT SYSTEM
assembly held 8
Eldridge Harding told about certain
procedures In the teach
Jan. 29. Trophies will be pre- the art of mixing colors, and ing of handwriting. The teachers llftiiiovn Radiator From (Hark Flunh ICniclnr' '! Block
sented to seventh grade students Margie Williams danced interpreted Car Chock water pump & hosts
reading the highest number of dance to the beautiful an were appreciative of information Clean and Hod Radiators' Test Radiator' for Leak
books for the first semester Blue Danube given and were given TVM Thrrmrmtnt and and Repair

These trophies are to be pre- sentng the color blue.Waltz Other repre- the opportunity to ask ques- I'ri'NNtirK Cop. Paint' and Install. Radiator
sented by Mr. Melvin Jacksonof pupils tions altout things they were All Wuik Junranteed:
participating In the skit
the Florida State Employ-- were Vanessa Haynes, Gregory doing COMPLETE STOCK OF REBUILT RADIATORS

ment Service, He will talk on GUI, Russell Bethel, Leroy Hunter The oufrt'andlng+' Library OPKN 7 A.M. TO 3 P.M. MON. TIIKU HAT.
job opportunity in Miami. The Marshal Ealy, and Christine Readers of the week are Cleve
seventh! 6200 N.W. 27th Ave. Dial OX 1-2221
kraders went on field Cunningham. Tucker. Domld: Sherry. Dclorea

trips to Everglades National The skit was climaxed by a Shepherd, Irma Goree, Janice .
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the Ringllng Brothers ring parade of all the colors Ollff Linda Jackson, and Cather-

Base.Circus and Homestead Airforce which was a visual remembrance Ine Carter. Who will make It ,
The next visit will be to
the Lowe's Art Gallery at the The pupils receiving a- next week? A dirty disgusting job?
wards were Elijah Sma Ills, messy,
of Miami.
University than
fifty students participated in Johnson first gradefirst sixth prize gradesecondprize Eugene An Important Yes, it is

.the. reading clinic on Mondays and Caroline Woods Announcement
new groups are others who BIOCAREIS
sixth grade-third prize. Our
desire to partipate. The schools
of Ooa-locka retmest -
many thanks to our Art Consultants
Students are reminded of the Mrs. Ruth Blackncll, and I the honor of your pre-
special films shown in the at
qpncp. an "Appreciation
Mr. U. White, for a Job well
school audi, each Wednes- done. Muslcale" for Attorney James How Would you like to end the job of cleaning your grease

day evening at 7 p.m. All of the Congratulations are in orderto W. Matthews In honor of his trap, cptlc 'lank) cesspool! forever? There l III nothing In thin
Walt Disney films will be shown recent appointment to Judgeship $ -
In the near future. Mrs. Gladys R. Johnson, one In the Opa-locka area, world am frustrating' Infuriating, na u clogged} Mow running
sixth teachers who
The first semester has proven will of our he the recipient grade of the, Masters Sunday, Jan. 20, 1001. from 4- drain or toilet. Now every homeowner, every lnwlnww, rc.-

to 10th grades English classes Degree from the Universityon 5 p.m., at Bunche Park element tanmiit, etc., can he iftnuerd not only of free flowing drain
that English school.Rainbow.
from the telecast morning Jan. 28 tary lines Hlnk hut thin will free their drains
is not too hard. It can really be Tuesday tubs actually ,
fun. The classes have been delivering during rctses. the commencement Ex- ParkThe septic. tankM, (rOHNpool and newer linen of nil fncnifttratloiui. .

speeches during Jan. and keep them as free and open IM the lay they were In-
We're looking forward to seeing -
Prizes will members of the Rainbow
sons giving be the presented best speeches.to per- many of our parents and Park Elementary faculty were tailed' even If the building, he SO years old or morel]

The Students Council is making friends out to our next PTA verY pleased to have as their A product utterly new In concept, yet UM old as nature

preparation for the annual- meeting, which will be held on truest on last Tuesday! Mrs. !Uaelf
Monday, Jan. 27, In the cafeto- Marv Hogemuller, who I Is the
variety show which Is to be I Hum. A has been I Our product, called IIIO-CARE, will reduce these sewage
'presented in program Northwest District Supervisorof
'Club students visited. .the.French ilanned for your enjoyment.} I Elementary Schools. Mrs. wastes to liquid that will flow off naturally
;mandy Theatre on Miami Beach Mrs. Alese Gill, principal Hoeemuller who has a doctoral J25

to see "The Suitor" a French degree' In education rnn
Please Call 691.8785SALES
'movie Booker T. Washington il feature of the last PTA pro- ducted a brief and interesting

J Patrols presented assembly Jan. gram.Community. discussion on the te.irhlnf of MEN, SALESLADIES WANTED
6. The theme was "Traffic schools in Dade rpadlnf which was enjoyed by Evenings between 6-9
Safety". Mr. William Frawley County: pave: the presentation '\11, After fhp discussion there p.m.

and Mrs. Mattie Bell Davis, 'n thp near future film slides was a oupstlon) and answer
judge of the Metrpolltan Court, 'eaturing the participants in nerlM. Mrs. Alma DpVmicrhnnre
were guest speakers. A film nativities of the BTW Community Wf d rlurln the mp< tln was -" ---- ------- -------
shown on safety. Sponsors are School will he shown. (. wpre given hv the prlnclrvil I
Mr. Robert Wilcox and Captain Women's Sport League played Mrs. R. L. Fortson,
Leroy Milton. their first basketball gameof Lincoln Fields Apartments
Mrs. Rosa W. Miller's Sixth
It's Valentine the season before a vast
Scoop Time. .
Orade Class has now completed
the crowd of students and spectatorsIn
newspaper staff and
Ism class are getting ready to the ffvm. Faculty members nrpnaratlons for their big' production 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
of "Allen Tn Wonder
pUblish from BTW school as well as
ready and the be Scoop prepared; get your to news other schools n the county part. land". The plav will tv prr! entMThiirsdav ......._.. ----
purchase ) pvpnfn. Jan. 24. 1004
icipated. Watch for the Men's
:about a affairs Scoop Feb. 14. Read all Sport League first game. 'In the school's r.ifetorltim. They Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments
of the heart In
'BTW Hearts will also be on The Lyceum Group presented will 00 looking for their parents, Offering ,Many Features
:sale throughout the Roger Conklin, Public Relations toarhprq! and many friends to
:rsheba Dean, community day. Beth-colu- Director of the Miami "M this' delightful. and wonderful FREE GAS

mnist. Seaquarium as special guest play.
Jan. 21. Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove

ISTW COMMUNITY NEWS Registration for the second Post Office To Newly painted Venetian Blinds
semester of evening classes and
the The Les members and sponsors of activities of the Community Give ExaminationPostmaster Washing Machines Laundry Rooms

thank all Charmants who participated wish in to School is now must in be progress.in before Applications "E. M. Dunlap announced Free Parking Auto hot water heaUr

making the the Miami Post Office
surprise Christmas Jan. 30. For further Informa- Fr *e Garbage Disposal' Filtered water
examination for
Party for Wayne Bowe Student tion contact Mr. Burrows FR will hold an
Council president a success. the position of Mail Handler.
Wayne and his mother also expressed 7-2536 after 1: p.m. Entrance salarv will he S2.15 CARETAKERS ON PREMISES

sincere -appeciation to per hour with periodic Increases ;

fellow classmates for making STOP! LOOK! READ! to $2.95 per hour.. Applicants .
Christmas a Joyous and happy m u K t file Form

one for Wayne. Students and COOOAB on or before Jan. 28.. Weekly Rates
friends may visit or send cardsto Jabberwork U in the air Forms and additional Information '

Wayne at home. again! Watch this spacn may be obtained from the $14.50 1 bedroom S18.50? 2 bedroom Ant
Film slides U. S. Civil Examiners Room '
and narration
the of for coming attractions! Executive Secretary, Board ofW. Renting Office open every day Phone OX 1-8862
Community School
program 300 NE 1st Ave., Miami,

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.SATURDAY. quarry( with the help of social young girl. If it weren't that
don't believe It, social security records are
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Some 1,000 students at Dun- Parks Department Henry NelI a million seeds were distributed -:
to 35. City of Miami schoolsby
bar Elementary School turnedout son Leland (center) and department the Miami Beautification .
I for a demonstration by the employes during the Seeds Committee with the cooperationof I

Superintendent of the Miami for Schools program. Over halfIN the Junior. Red Cross.

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Jan. 7, was Con- Its population has been reduced t
stitution Day In Nassau. An to 29.
elaborate program was present. '' i' M t
ed at Clifford Park. Among the
The bodies three anda
speakers were Sir R. H. Symo- ""
nette first of the Bahamas woman were found floating off J
the northern shores of East- Every once In a while some 1
; Sir Nigel Fisher, representative ern New Providence recently, television or comic strip detective -
from the Colonial
Three of the bodies were fully traces a missing person
Office In England, and His Ex In the nearest
clothed. The last male, who by checking at
cellency Sir Robert Stapledon, social office with the missing
was found about 30 hours after
governor of the Bahamas.A the others, was nude. It is person's social security num-
large crowd was In attend. believed they were victims ofa ber. In the comic and on tele-
ance. Children from the various boat that was wrecked. vision, the social security office
schools rendered music, and always knows right then and
Invocation was offered by His there where the missing per-
Lordship the Bishop of Nassau son is, and the folks in the social
and the Bahamas. The occasion Boxing will return to Dinner security office-in the
marked the beginning of self- Key Auditorium Jan. 27. comics and on televisionalways -

internal government for the It will be the first fists thrownfor put the finger right on the .
t The Out Islands
colony. had
at the spacious Miami missing person.
their Jan 10-11
r;; arena then still since 9 fights Carmen away Baslllo from, We are willing to grant that

;is;, After a four-day strike b>ygablbage the welterweight championship the people who write televi-
I collectors and street and Italo Scortlchlm foughtto sion scripts and draw comic
sweepers against the Health a bloody 10-round nationally strips are entitled to a certain
: Department, it was decided at televised draw, Jan. 16, 1954. amount of "poetic license." We
a conference, that the workers wish, however, that they would I
) would receive retroactive Increase Rookie Promoter Jay Mar- exercise this poetic license. ,IfM .
in pay to the first of den will swing back the doors without Involving social :For 1OO years terror and death.winked. '. ,
July, excluding the period when with Yama Bahama, the 29- security '
they did not work. The striker year-old middleweight con- ::1iii\v1f CHt 1ASe
was settled. tender from Bimini, and Georgie To set the record. straight, ,
Edwards< you cannot trace down your
'old college friends, or somebody -
In Investiture
1 an
ceremony .
in the I who owes you meney, or
House ballroom on Dec. 20 at, Government the follow- a long lost husband, through . .. . . . . . . . . .
Plan' '"'" weKi roocurltyy+The law won't
ing Bahamians were awarded nowMo : : r
the Queen's birthday Insignia of 1)d"i' Callow.;Jtt' ty-won't,'sven' honor: The Hon. Leonard J, to help lay/ enforcement agen-
Konwles Commander of the .Jabberyvpck, ,r ,c1es.,..chase criminals.. And Low Pitt, nt Homes

most Excellent Order of the any social security employee Large CBS beauty, S-yttarstftiteW Bedroom, It/a
r :
.. .
British THURSRAYir.FF.B. 2x... 't1 .who.pMised. gout uch.'information -
Empire, (C.B.E.); Mrs bath, .Flaroom, hardHvoocrfloor, tile roof, utility
would, soon .,be an ex-so-
June R. Levy, honorary officerof >
"., '. room, garage, air conditioner. $450 down, $85
ciaK'swirlty 'the
the *. --- I11Pl y'ee. so-
most Excellent Order of 8 ,
the British Empire; the Rev .,... p.m. ...-, "'W.if-! ;:.. .clal ecu zords arecon' month.. Don't ,miss this!it ..&*,*-,' ** ..* "!r. I,;:- '
;i Talmadge Sands and Dr Adolph \1 'fide nti.: !\ W fiil! !ey, ..show is
> 'r \ Richter. Members of the Most ..Miami.t..... ",Northwegerti. e' .. ., S.6.: ; but -;your). -b-.
i Excellent Order of the British IfFOR : t'ts"LrL
Empire (M.B.E.); Mr. Sidney t .''nn-4.\1 1 ,r. s 5r:: .. No closing i .costs CBS 3-bedroom, 2 bath, front jalou-

t .J Carey, Nurse Sybil W. Carey, ,. .. 'f'rea' son recordss for 'sled porch; hardwood floors, appliances, 2 car gar-

Vernon Curry and Hezekiah .-.--._--_..............:. ..tht : tltL'titItha\-; to age, many extras $11,000 total, $350 down.
Moxey received the Queen'scertificate 8ft" ;be"paid
and 'badge of Honor. SALE ,can -40-
,.on'l''u. n Yi a have

1 The causeway linking Pot- No qualifying 5 old u, ,'gon" ,\. f'btu: ". bIi-:: over Is Gorgeous corner CBS,. 2.bedroom, Fla. room, hard.
ters Cay with East Bay Street I years tie. Rat wood floors tile roof
proJ1ablri. J utility room, carport, wall to
I )
fi has been ,completed. Contractsare 3-BEDROOM BATH '
a wall carpeting. Fenced! il
Y1 \ ten'n. ) mortgage only, with reasonable
to be awarded for the 'con- "it r ,
., ':
t + down month
;,structlon of docks. When the CBS' ..1 the Vortd,>..WJJh the) cooperation i payment. $73 pays all. .
;" project la finished Out Island ; giy'.and see.It>' '..1 ,of .'jriplovpes\} :! and employers 40 t j:
i,vessels :will discharge and load .. ...,.;:. the social security admlniStwRoh -
' J and thus relieve the congestion! 311 NW 48th. St. .et\14Jo"Juid\ ; ,accurate records of, ': apartment furnished.. Good .income. '
Jat\the'. city docks. "," <- the ear IngsYbf some 130 million ,: ::
Then call us or atop at our workers and to do this ata MANY GOOD BUYS
\ OTH1R :
'xTlai' administrative headquarters very low cost. If social security i 1%
+' of what has been office for details 'i .
records were' open to other 0 i:
known as the ,Long Cay dIs- uses, they would lose the cooperation -t I
Ntrfct which includes Long LIBERTY REALTY of many employersand IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH i:
,Cay, Acklins and Crooked Island -
employees, and they would
Is to be transferred to
\, :Colonel- Hill, Crooked Island 4500 NW 2nd Ave. not be able to do the Job they .i. SHELL ,REALTY i

F4 i,and is to be known as the arc in business to do.
*'Crooked Island District, Lone PL 1-7594 4260 NW ?th Ave 758-5551
.;Cay, once a prosperous island So, the next' time some comic 1. : J

V has*seen so,many evil days that ----.----- strip private eye finds his -t...._.++.. .,.... 't'......'"....... .

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