The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: February 1, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00148

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t, -,,, ," Mays and North Dade Also

,Boys" Fails Huntsville, Ala.

w Man Burns to Death Integrates QuietlyTen Face Pupil Shortage ,1':

The time is coming when one the Grove.
A Miami man died in a fire Negro children quietly
Sunday night that swept the enrolled In four Hunsvllle, Ala., of Dade County's five Negro North Dade and Mays Senior I
,InsIde of his small frame house. previously white public schools senior high schools will be High, with 1 539 and 857 students,
Monday, and there was very dropped-and two others may respectively, in grades 10-12
Miami firemen said the charred little fuss, police said. not be far behind Supt. Joe eventually be consideredfor '
body of George Barry about Hall told the School Board may I
Chief of Police Floyd Dyar such action, Hall said.: I
45, was found in a closet of his ;said, "Everything has gone as _, Wednesday
one-story home at the rear of smooth; as silk. We had only a $ d' Carver and North Dade have |J l
J1555 NW 55th St few personnel at each school, It will be at least! two years: considerably more Junior high j 1
is and special uniformed policy before any such action could be than senior high students. They ,,1{
A neighbor, 15-year-old lIar- not taken he said!, because otherschools would probably be considered "
DId Jones, said he tried to break because we were trying are too crowded. to absorb as ,Junior highs, the superintendent til;;:
disturbance our
Into the house but flames forced to create sk the students. said. 'I.. ';,
him back."It selves. Ithasorkod', very'Veil.. j,
Schools integrated were Huntsvllle Dade'a sdhool system plans Booker T, Washington and
d\ ) sounded like he was, hol- High, Butler High, West- all senior high schools for Northwestern, two other Negro I'''
for help so I broke open lawn Junior High and Madison 2,600 students 3,200 on the ex senior high schools with 2,007 '
the window but the flames Pike Elementary. tended, three-shift daywhereever and 2,010 students respectively ;I j
started. coming out,and I had to Governor George Wallace accused possible. in grades 10-12, will hold for a/
Jump back," said the Ifoy. the federal government long time.
Sunday night, of endangeringthe George Washington Carver II!I
Firemen. said the man lived state's school system, but Hlpti In Coconut Grove has only Jack Gordon, a school board ,
done They had not determin-I did not send troops to mock 450 students In'grades 10-12, member suggested that BookerT.
ed a cause for the blaze late : the entry of the students as he Dr Henry Harrison Green, and this number does not justify Washington, which has 1,092
Sunday night. did last September. well l known Miami physician, operating a senior high Junior high and 875 senior students -
died! .In.,. 21 in Jackson Hosoltnl.
: school, he said. should be operated asr
Services held Thursday
Killljn Senior High is to two distinct schools in an effort -
from Greater Bethel AME
in the fall of 1005 at SW to raise the educationallevel
Church open
White W.P. Beach Medic 97th Ave., and 100 St., and is ,

Rev. William Savoy expected to absorb students lie said that when that has
I from the Richmond heights area been accomplished, the senior
now attending Carverh, and also high might be eliminated too.
Elected ChairmanOf
drain off e excess
Axed For Protest of Bias student body at Coral Gables Hall's plans for the proposed

YMCA BoardThe Senior High, and make room for changes met no objection from .

Uev, William F. Savoy Carver students who live in board members.
| In West Palni "Beach civil man Relations and the Religious ,
rights groups and individuals Action Council a bi-racial pastor of Grace Presbyterian --P t
Church has been elected to
tallied Monday to the cause of group of clergymen, plan to serve :
:as chair-man of the Board of
Jr. Theodore Norley, prominent protest Norley's dismissal. Management of the George TALLAHASSEE CORE TO SIT
:White surgeon who was dlsVntesed Washington Carver Branch, I

.' from the staff of Good I Double Slaying in Young Men's Christian Association

i Samaritan Hospital earlier, this I Jacksonville of Greater Miami IN AT GOVERNOR'S OFFICE '
jnxonth.( The other officers elected to

)Denied the right, to admit a JACKSONVILLE A man serve arc: Oscar W Weaver. Jr.,
;Nero patient to the all-white shot and killed his common-law vice-chairman: and Miss Helen ,Bias Law WantedA
\Institution, last fall, Norley wife's mother and child TUes- M. Dorsett, sec. New members
day during a family argument, elected to serve on the Board civil rights group in Talla t 4 s-; L
-t police said of Management: >> me: Dr. William hassee threatened Sunday, to
rtlpn! efforts, L. C Crawford, 47, was arrested R. Campbell, James C. organize sit-ins in Coy Farrls
on first-degree murder Copeland Atty. Leonard Diamond Bryant's office if the governor I
The .
f hospital administration charges. Atty. Donald Wheeler docs not ban segregation in '
,Jtrajd: that Norlex's 15-years association Dead are Addle Taylor CO, .!ones! liowey W. Knight, Allen b'lorida. .
with Samaritan and 1-ycar-old Annie Marie B. Margolin, Rev. i. C. Mlcklns
'terminated because he failed to Bradley. CnawfordV* common- nncl'Ilohcrt H Slmms. Members CORE'S Tallahassee chapter

COmplete the medical history law'wffe! Dorothy iBracUey, 39, re ,ejected(t arc: Dr Edward J, president, Julius Hamilton,
rtlart: of a patient. No further' was also wounded and hospital Braynon, Jr., Mrs. Clara M. wants Bryant to sign art execu
!JpOmmenf has! been made.' teed In fair condition, police ,Pearsnll Louis H Portlock, Jr., Live order outlawing I discrimination -

$.....The Florida Council on 'Hu said: and Dr. George A. Simpson. thoughout.the state. ,

"- ---- Calvin C, Hughes is the Executive Hamilton said, "If the governor .

Director of the George I docs not consent: to our request -
Washington: Carver Branch we will start ,sit-ins in I
his office" -

Appeals Court Orders COIin also will demand [a I local 4

ordinance: from the Tallahassee
*v.w Charleston City Commission, ban- } .,
ning discrimination in public J. :.f' I Irl'
Desegregation accommodations, and the spokesman ,{<.< ',& >\'

The Fourth U. S. Circuit said: .' l .
'Court of Appeals in Richmond, "If they don't comply we'll :. "
'Va., virtually\ ignored an argument organize and sit !in their! off- Dr. II. Melton White was ai>
I Monday, that segregated it'en, too." cepted into the East Coast Deri- j
is better for both tal at its ,. ." ,
'schooling The plan of CORE to kneelIn Society recent meeting ,
'races, and} affirmed courtorder- at Tallahassee's downtown in Ft. Lauderdale. Ho' lathe "' I!
"d desegregation of schools in First Baptist Church was call first Negro from I) a de : t\ .
I Charleston, S. C., in a one-page ed off Sunday, at the last min- : County to become a meta I,r of t
opinion I the heretofore all-white
Last week the church vot- group
:" The court strongly suggested, ute. Dr. Thomas James of Delray 'tJjif
I I In two other short opinions, ed Integration 010 to G20. .I Beach was also accepted ,
l'A':' i ). ;J.. ( ( that Federal District Judge ..:'
'' '',.* ., .. Thomas J. Michie of Roanoke
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wA enter an injunction forbidding URGE DIMES CAMPAIGN :;
Ministerial AllianceHavJntallation Rev. Thedford Johnson Fredrick County Va., schools '
tor of St. John Baptist Church from discrimination, and upheld 'SUPPORTAttorney .;';
delivered a moving sermon, andLuther a similar injunction

; Pierce, director of the against! Durham, N. C., school 1 i

: *4I*: Council of Churches installed!' officials.
f."The 'installation service for the offices in a commendablemanner. T': .P Charleston! case was ...,
jhc officers: of the interdenominational St. John's choir made heard last week when Atty.
Ministerial Alliance at 1 fine contribution in singing. George S- Leonard of Washing .
l l1fJ Zion Baptist Church on I ton who represented a group "

Sunday, Jan. 10, was a pleasing The Alliance recently voted to of whit parents, in a lengthy ., '
'dissertation contended' that recent I'" ,
)C.lr. 'jive $2 ) in membership for outstanding "
Greetings were extended byJIayor children at Kendall's : scientific, evidence adds t' .
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.! Robert King High, Com- Children Home aft'they are released I vvcltrht to a claim that Negroes J. 1:),,,,,
imlssloner! Sidney Aronovitz, and made a $25 con- I I rpiid! to 1 Kirn at a slower rate :W1'I> .( ,.
jTr. Ivan Hoy, president of the tribution to the Rev T. R. Harrison than white children. u : : ..1, ,, .
The appeals court brushed aside '
Miami Ministerial Association ; the Baptist Council of '
meater: and President, T.Graham Ministers Chaplain at Jackson Leonard's pleas, and noted Theodore W. Coup, Milwaukee, president National. ,Bar ';; :'.
the Alliance. Memorial Hospital. that the anti-discrimination injunction Association Berkeley. C. Barrel!, Washington, president National .......
of : in Charleston was laid ness League; Dr. Geraldine P. Woods, Lot Angeles, national president!
Among distinguished guests The next regular meeting of down along with an invitation Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and I. K. payees, Baton Rouge,"executive 'r "' i i
.;. 4 Zion Baptist Church, TuesdayFeb. desegregation plan for court of the March of Dine The car--' earned,J... 2 "and end vlw IN ;ji","""'
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Citizens Service

Opens Friday
The scheduled Teen Tour ,[
Trip\ to thp Everglades National "
A new concept in aid assistance his championing of the cause of Pork has been postponed from II
to Dade County's older residents Senior Citizens in this area Feb 8, until Saturday, March :
the Senior Citizen Ser stated, "The Purpose of the 1 The group will go by chartered \
vice Center will open Friday,1Jflrt i I Senior Citizens Service Center bus leaving: the Northwest \
31., it was announced today will be to promote the general' YWCA Center at 9 ,
by Mr, Max Friedson Di- I safety and well-being of Dade and returning: about 030: p.m., I
rector. I County's senor citizens, by ad- in the evening. Call for addi-
The Center, located at 777 NW vising and helping older Ameri tional information 63'12651.IN'TF1INATiON'AI w
54th St. Is unque and the firstof cans to help themselves to remain 1
its kind in the United'States Independent and self-su- "wc.ST.U.'P .\ q
in that It Is operated by and staining for as long as possible." PERSON TO VISIT ?

staffed by Senior Citizens, for Mr. Friedson also emphasizedthe Mrs Fannie Pitt Byrd, staff
Citizens. fact that oldsters cannot member of the International
Among; other things, the Cen- wait until the conferences and Division of the YWCA of the
ter which is chartered as a non seminars will some day'comeup USA will he in Miami from Feb.
profit institution, w.111 offer with solutions. For too many 2 to FeW. 5. Mrs. Byrd is in this
many free services heretoforenot older people there will be no country on leave from a two-
available toto Senior Citi- "tomorrow" They can only year assignment: as YWCA com
zens. There will be part-time pray for a pleasant" today" sultant in Uganda, Africa, I
employment service to put to I The Center will be open from While here she will travel for I
use the experience the Senior 9-5 p.m. Monday, through Fri- the International Division; on a A' I
have taken a lifetime toaccum-
speaking tour in various sec-
late; free Nurlng; and Home day.The tlon of the county before returning -;
Care Office; Blood Bank; Trad- official opening will be to her work overseas Frank Smith NamedTo other accomplishments a t
ing Post and general counsel- 10:00: a.m. Friday Jan. 31, and I In March. FAMU Smith was a member of
ling and Information service. will be attended by many civic, the varsity basketball team
Mr. Friedson, well known for political and social dignitaries.Norwegian ]Mrs Byrd reports that the Construction Co
YWCA of Uganda founded in At Parkview Frank's talents
the 10 O'R Is growing' and mak- Architect Staff will be utilized to plan and design
ing much progress In working: homes. After graduating
with the women and girls of Parkview from FAUM Smith worked for
that countrv. An outstanding: Co., an engineering firm in Nassau,
I project of the Ass'n there at nIc., is pleased to announcethe and prior to Joining Parkview's
appointment of Frank EdwIn
present is the agriculturalnutrition Smith to its architectural staff, he was a draftsman and
of the YWCA
program staff. designer for the firm of Joseph
conducted in cooperation with
the government's Ministry of A native Miamian, Smith II. Dodds, AIA Hollywood, Fla.
Agriculture. graduated from Booker T. Frank's background and expert
School in 1058 well qualifies him to plan
While In Miami, Mrs. Byrd Washington High ence
will speak at an assembly pro- "then attended Florida A and M and design a home from the

ram at Northwestern High University, studlng drafting < School, visit with children at and architectural design. Among Individual requirements.
Earllngton Hats Elementary I
School and at F. S. Tucker Elementary
School. Members and h' .r to Ilia tta sleet s I

friends of the Northwest YWCA FREE
Center are invited to come to ; THIS COUPON GOOD FOR FREEI

the Center from 4-6 p.m., on r
yyR't .r Monday, Feb. 3 to have tea with

Girls and boys, ages 3-12 when presented to I
., years may Join In dance classesat
the Northwest YWCA Center I
5100 NW 21st Ave. Classes will BOOKER'SMARKET

begin on Saturday, Feb. 1 at 10 I
a.m. Mrs. Evelyn Stilwell instructs I

classes in tap and ballet I

.,. Mrs. Stllwell has a varied 7000 NW 15th Ave. I
backgrown In show business and
teaching dance at I
is currently MORE. "
the Peggo Cromer studio in
Coral Gables. Call the Y Center I M
Artist The students were surprisedto for further information 031-2051.
learn that Norwegians are OFFER KX PIIIN8 FK1WUAKY" 0 J
Visits Lillie C. Evans acquainted with American popu .tot _ OKM BMU fUtt tit f W _
lar music. Miss Lagensen explained -
Elementary School that the purpose of her SINCE IffIR ,, O "' ?4)
Lillie C. Evans Elementary trip Is to help American to bet. For Quality Building
School was honored on Friday, ter appreciate the contributionsof
Jan. 17, by a visit from Miss Norwegian Musicians. The STAR MEAT MARKET
Ruth Lagensen, an outstanding following Norwegian composI- PL 1-3604
Norwegian concert pianist. tions were played:
Miss Lapensen: is also a teach- Spring Dance: In four move-
ed at the Teacher's training College ments, Spring Dance Hailing Unu JJhL 1520 N.W. 62rid> Street
at Elk Norway, and Is visiting Gangar, March, and Edvard :

the United States for the Grieg's Concerto In A Minor. -- ...... J
purpose of studying musical How delighted Miss Lagensenwas 5tarky ---j,<\: y :

education and training.It to know that the boys and -:. ; ., : THE MARKET WITHE COURTEOUS SERVICE
was thrilling to hear Miss girls were familiar with the : -
Langensen tell _the story of great Norwegian composer, Ed. II II I -+-
each composition she played. vard Grieg! Thanks to our music I
Her concert on Friday was the teacher, Mr. Charles T. Rogers. LOT OWNERS! :
thirty-second one in Americaand We know that our lives have I Fresh Meat-Low Prices
the only one to be performed been enriched because of this We plan, guide and advise :
in Florida. wonderful experience.
Your plans or our : .cif.4t.0 r4A N O i40 .GGOa 'd. i441 4404 4tr

e Custom Built Homes
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Boy Scout Leaders' 13 Miamians
e Attractive Additions

.Showando FAMU Graduate From e Quality Alterations Lincoln Fields Apartments

The 10th Division of the Good bank financing
South Florida Council Boy TALLAHASSEE, One hun 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
Scouts of America will sponsora dred and thirty-five students Including
Showando for Boy Scout 13 Miamians, were 9LaaQ7aoa ( .

Leaders Princeton at Camp Florida Rocky on Satur-Pinein graduated degree with and the 19 receivedthe baccalaureate (!)@ffi 4 Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments

day Feb. 1, 1964. The Showando master's degree from Flo- Offering Many Features
will begin at 9 a.m., and last rida A and M University, at the Licensed Insured
through 8 p.m. end of the first trimester, Dec- FREE CASTile
20, 1963, according to a report 888 N.E. 79th Street
Mr. Boy Scout Leader, If you from the office of Edwin M. Bathroom Refrigerator Cat Store
are looking for that one-shot Thorpe Director of Admissions Newly paintedWashing Venetian Blind
event to put your troop on a and Records.
fun-loving}. fun-filled, year I The .Miami graduates are: '"" - Machine .Laundry Room
round active program don't' Herman Anderson, Samuel
miss the Showando. I Daniels Jr., Connie Dudley, TV SICK? Free Parking Auto hot water heats

Rayward Dunnell Altha Green, r''-e* Garbage Disposal "'ilt-PfOfi! -a.
Designed for Boy Scout Lead I Thelma Holmes, Jean Solomon,
ers, the Showando rally, Cook- Henry Jefferson, Mattie Jones, Call 696.3581 CARETAKERS
out, Cooking demonstrations,
Willie Mitchell, Barbara Sar-
Patrol meetings and campfire. II I gent, Mary Vereen and Patrona All makes repairedTV
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The Showando Is under the I I Wllkerson.: Radio Auto Radio
chairmanship of Sgt.$ Leroy -- -
Smith of Troop 77 Sgt. Smithis 1 II Hi-Fi Stereos Transistors Weekly
ably assisteted by Mr. Frank I I ler and many other scouters too )Bring your set in and save
Howard Mr. Dawklns, Mr. Am- numerous to mention at this $14.501 bedroom $18.50 2 bedroom Apt.

mons. Mr. Harry Major Mr. time. For further informationcall 2636 NW 62nd St.
I Renting Office .
Guy Dancy, Mr. Samuel Grant any of. the alive named open every day Phone OX 1-&S62

Mr. Arthur Dunn, Mr. Will Ful- scouters. ,- -w---mmm
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ir. K. RiniRMUNI RKKVKK, Editor and Publisher continuity of this series to discuss -, food for existence- and Negroes Miami korthwestemWIGS
current events of such | must swim In the 'Sea of p ll-
fiAHTir C. REEVES, Managing Editor broad Interest to the general tics' to obtain food for existence j \

Member of the National Newspapers Publishers Association public and to the Negro and ;:: :: :: ::: ,
which have deep political Implications ----
SUBSCRIPTION RATES : Such discussions, we
'ONE YEAH $5.60 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 hope, will serve the purpose of
pointing out that politics Is "
lEn(ert'1 as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1027 at the Post Officeat more practical than academicand
Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, :1876 Is so deeply Infused Into
the economic life of every citi-
Main Office nt 0740 N.W. ltflh Avenue-Phone OX 1-0421 zen, that no citizen can affordto
Downtown-Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone'FR 3-2236 ignore the political activities BY MR. BONDNATIONALLY

on every level, no more than
-rnnno; OF TilE NEGRO PRESS" they can Ignore utilities bills,
The NEGRO PRESS believe' that America can best lead the rent or mortage notes or gro-
world from racial and national antagonism when it accords to cery bills.
every man regardless or race creed' or color his human and
man-the Negro Press The economic plight of a large
Iejr.il HghtR. Haling no man fearing no
!strlve.s to help every man In the firm belief that all men are percentage of Americans has
somewhat since the
hint as long; as anjone Is held<< back. Improved
Roosevelt made
late Franklin D.
his famous declaration In the
arly 30's concerning onethirdof
THE ELECTION the Nation being Ill-housed
Ill-clothed and Ill-fed and Instituted -
Metro's important and much discussed election came ; government reforms to

off on Tuesday when 108.199 Dade Countians polled their improve the economic plight of
votes for favorite candidates and for and against the I uch citizens.

:amendment that was planned to kill Urban Renewal. The I President Lyndon B. Johnson

amendment was lost by 10, 35 votes., .'. rn announcing'his,declaration of
War on permanent poverty
The mayor's race will end Tuesday, Feb. 11, when states that one-fifth of the Na
Commissioner Chuck Hall high will battle it out tion dwell In a permanent state
man, of poverty, so If these etsimates #
I with Winston Wynne who trailed him by 6,028 votes.In be fairly accurate, active and
meaningful legislation on this
District 1, Commissioner Tom Sasso's contestant wil] question) ::; has had a tremendous

be Harold Greene ; District 2, Lew Whitworth vs effect on the economic welfare

Milton Thompson ; District 3, Commissioner Boyd, war and large bare proportion existence of of AmerIcan'CIUzens. a very'':

elected ; District 4, Kennedy vs. O'Malley ; District 5, I

Commissioner Gordon was elected; District 6, Commis
Even In the face of the fact
sioner Patten was elected ; District 7, Long vs. Starnes; that this very large proportion '

District 8, Matheson vs. Weiss.So of the Nation Is existing under''
poverty there Is a very abject''
campaigning will go on for the next ten days. political bloc continuously wag-
Ing War for the reduction and
elimination of relief measures
NOTE BOOK upon which a large percentage: AwaA .
of this stricken
poverty group
Last Friday, January 24, Dr. Henry Harrison Greenone depends for Just the barest ADVERTISED BRANDS
of Miami's pioneer physicians and respected citizens survival.In Of'j I

died at the Jackson Memorial Hospital.Dr. the meantime the politicians $89 to $189START
themselves and their asso-1/
Green was the son of the late Henry Harrisoi elates while decrying the high:
and Annie White Green of Jacksonville., He was a grad- cost of relief measures, apply an':' NOW! SAVE OR SEND

uate of Stanton High School, Howard University and Me- entirely different yardstick of'
measurement to determine their'
harry Medical College. own degree of 'poverty', as was $5.00 A WeekWear
evidenced by the U. S. Senator
He served in World War I as a medical officer from Florida, George Smothers.]! your imported 100 per cent European human

After the war he specialized in the field of tuberculosisand In answering the questions I hair wig for Lincoln's birthday.' Afterwards pay at

became director of the Tuberculosis Clinical Stat brought up by the Investigation the re.te you find convenient.;

Hospital in Orlando for some time before coming to Into the 'political' Influence ofIlobUy FROM $10 TO
$20 MONTHPrice
Miami\ and entering general practice.He Baker, deposed former
Secretary of the U. S. Senate, includes set, wig case, wig head, wig brush

was quite] interested in the social, civic, politicaland Smathers relationship justified with Baker his 'economic'and his and the wig book. #

fraternal life of our community.He former aide by citing that both WRITTEN GUARANTEE
had families and were badly in' Pay for wig anyway you want .Wear"your'wig while
served as director of the local Republican Club, need of financial aid, which Is you pny. We show the ,wigs J hi. he privacy of
Exalted Ruler of Atlas Lodge, IBPOEW, also a member why he helped them on the Florida home. > your

of the Masonic Lodge, and a Shriner, member of the Flor Land promotional deal. Call JE 2-1180'. .. _

ida Medical Association and National Medical Associa- Bobby Baker was drawing a '
tion, a charter member of the Adelphian Club and the $19,000 annual salary and his ASK FOR MRS; \LEONARD: ,
King of Clubs. aide was being paid $11,500 annually -
all comlne out of tax-
navers pockets. Now as '
Dr. Green was also a charter member of Rho Sigma one knows, even In America every-.I

Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity and. a member of may guy drawing such salaries
the American Legion. could not by any stretch of the GRAND OPENING
Imagination be In dire need,

Funeral services were held at Bethel AME Church even with a young and growing
family to support.To .
the Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor, of which he was a member ,
make the point
more pertinent THE
on Thursday, Jan. 30 at 2 o'clock.Dr. anv Negro In that Income DAMNYANKEERESTAURANT

bracket from wages Is; not only
Green's request was: no flowers, but that con- very rare, but Is a national celpbrlty -,
tributions be sent to the Dade County TB Association, 8 and certainly Is not ''
,S.E. 8th St.Burial. upon as an object of pity 100ked'i I
\Is direly In need of financial I

will take place in the Arlington National helD to maintain his family.
This Is not unusual, this Is,I
Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia.
not exceptional this Is a very 6115
common example of the Insepar AVENUE
Surviving are a wife, Lloma ; a sister, Juanita Green, able relationship between poli-,
New Jersey; a daughter, Mrs. Juanita Hamberry ; two tics and economics which nap-

'',grandsons, Henry Harrison and Reginald Lewis; several nens every day, many times a' Sunday, February 2
cousins including Mrs. Mattie' I. James day every village, hamlet,
: Mrs. Sara S town township city, county :
Stuart of Jacksonville and many friends. state and the Nation with continuous -;|l OPEN SUNDAY THRU FRIDAY
regularity the only distinguishing -.
feature about this Sunday 7 a.m. 10 p.m. 6.11 except Friday
particular politico-economic Mr.
relatlonshln Grice plans to make
Is the small amount a place of your liking
The funeral of Charles Hudson who died at his home or money involved.All ; where you can eat and relax. Clean atmosphere ofa

January 20, was held at the Church of the Incarnation of 'on Saturday morning with a Mass\ of Requiem., our subject mittfthat the to suit your appetite and
J. Negro Is :ns deeply Involved In prices to suit your pocket.A .
politics r a fish Is In water and
attendance including the Atlas Lodge of
i The large both will meet the same end:
walks, was evidence. of the esteem in which the deceased FINE SELECTION FOR ALL
:was held.
Our Classified Ads .. Two specials each day
(f Mr. Hudson lived in Miami for over a half century.He % .
was engaged I in the real estate business for 30 years. For the businessman I "

His'{ genial' disposition .won for him numerous friend a reasonable cost 'ri .

'1t '
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Baptist Women To
Reasons For Limited Honor Leader SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1964 PAGE 5 I

When the women of the Flor- -
ida Baptist East Coast Associa-
Participation In MDTA tion meet in their annual ses- WIN FREE
sion at Cocoa, they will pay a
tribute to their president, Mrs.A. .
On the local Front Page of. O. Parker, who has been $15 in Merchandise ,;;
j their leader period of 20 %
over a
the Jan. 22 the
Miami News,, publication there appeared of an |I Northwestern PTA years., This session will mark Just bring this ad in to ''I
the GOth year of the organization -
article entitled "Dade
IgnoresJob Presents MusicalThe and a history pertaining MICHAEL'S FASHIONfor
Training. This article pointed I
to the association and many of
out that though cer- PTA NorthwesternSenior
even of distributed
tain programs are being offered High School proudly during its workers the session.A will be. your certificate. You may be :the lucky1 winnerof
to the Negro populace of the presents Its annual musical ex-
this prize. Nothing to buy. We are next to
community, programs that travaganza Friday, Feb. 14 at most Interesting program:
would prepare them for decent 8 p.m. in the school's auditor has been planned and on Thursday Woolworth in the Perrine Shopping Center.
employment, they are not parti I ium. The 130-piece band, un- afternoon of the session at I
cipating. According to the arti der the direction of David Pas- 4 o'clock, a tribute will be paid

cle, the problem is obvious the chal and the choral group under to Mrs Parker In a testimonialof u"U"t-.... -.: .\... ........ nu....... ..'.'.-.=.1.."
causes unknownand the State the direction of Arthur dollar bills This Christian:
Employment officials are con- Evans, will entertain with a leader is the widow of the late CLYDE KILLENS'
cerned. combination of classical l, semi- II. D. Parker, and It can be
The purpose of this article Is I classical, modern, and spiritual truthfully said of her, "She '
to make known some of the music.In has done what she could." MI; JOHN hOTEL: MIGHT: 1:1:11: : (nji' ;

causes of the lack of participation past years, the extravaganza Persons desiring to make con
on the part of Negroes in has been the highlight of tributions, who have not received PRESENTS -
the various programs of he the community. The directorsare an envelope and letter, I
Florida State Employment Ser confident that this:: year's may do so by sending your gift
vice.The presentation will surpass: thoseof to Miss Marie White, 1312 NW FRI. SAT. SUN. JAN. 31--FEB. 1 12 I

employment picture that previous years. GSth St., Miami, Fla.
emerges in the Magic City 100 r FRIDAY AND SUNDAY $1.25 SATURDAY $1.75
years after the Emancipation -
Proclamation is far from satis-
factory. Although the Florida
State Employment Service Is LIBCITYDRI
doing everything in its powerto

provide employment oppor- .,. ..
tunities for everyone, they. are .T. -r'r't
handicapped by a social, econo- CIE IN THEA THE r, ..r.', 1 ,' rw 1t'd ti. rt In VF1' ] } Hy
mic, and political pattern de- f .:.. 1:; 'J ,'
signed to subordinate the Negro; : 't *'A'r
{Suffice it to.say, until eprfftlrf! .YM3$.h: **22nd".... Ave. and Palm Drive-in Theatres ", ., 'r.. ,
barriers ore'removed' and attitudes COMPLETELY INTEGRATED ''t.'
are changed, the partici- OX 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St. f' "
pation of the Negro: percent of
32,000 unemployed in Dade
County in such programs as
clerical training, waitress train- MORO-GOlDWYN:MAYER, 18IIt. \',- y ,f
inc. :and transcribing' machines
will be very small.In PP NEWMAN
"every community, be It
Negro or White certain tradi- ,
tional ways of behaving develop '' Msrhf I Ir
which'determine, to some extent r" J.. l
whether the people will parti-
cipate actively and cooperatively IIYY
in community affairs, and 4
determine almost completelythe
manner in which they will __ '
cooperate or resist. In the 1 Y __
Negro community, these pat- .. F r b1 '
terns of social functioning are &ay 2aW \ t :
highly influenced by the effect
generations and generations: of ,
racial prejudice have had on the _

Negro's personality. __

Knowledge gains through the '
fi socialization process has taught
the Negro: ((1)) that he Is held
back from decent employmentnot 4 fi M C7e
only because of the lack of

preparation or training but THIRD APPEARANCE AT THE KNIGHT BEAT
apartheid; ((2)) that certain pro xs y.aaj'CYib w ryR,

grams offer the training but Notch Aivsi( in thu "i'nrnilo of Stwu"
they do not guarantee him a R vr R ? Second)) Top
Job; ((3)) that the possibility of
one getting a Job, even thoughhe Latest Hit: "What Kind of Fool Do You Think I Am".
is trained, is highly influ- f fir'Thpit
enced by the color of his skin; .
(4) that the only Negro wait-
resses in Miami are working in

the the Negro only Negro communities waiters; ((5)in) that the Coming February 14 -15 -1 16

community are employed by "
Parklaws Cafeteria, Toby's
Tho ;BOiltmUol111
Cafeteria, Polly Davis, Roney Thblil !
Plaza, and Walgreens Drug { wbcomn
Store. Suffice it to say unless "MR. Dl.'JJZ'j"
this shift in the employment, 1{
status of the Negro, that Florida 'A- .. ttf/M
State Employment Service is ttrlllulMB1V
trying to create, correspondswith attitude w .s IX i
a change in on
the part of employers in our IICIIl1 PRfL
community, the participation of 18 '&R fl FNJ( lit EIziffI *
Negroes in their program will ;
remain small. Can you Blame Ini t "I've always wanted) to play

Finally, the reason why i the Knight n'ea t"

Negroes and whites the are Florida not i APIOS6EM+NPRODup10tJ: c: -p II. If. KING 4; .
State Employment Service programs n ..
is that the MDTA program PLUS ? *
throughout the county. Mi- "20,000 EYES"
ami is no exception, is not offering -
the people what they The perfect crime paicked with suspense a Acini. Advance $2.0\

want.If p

I 'see farther than others, ,,IAA At Door W.oJ
It is because I stand on the NEXT ATTRACTION

shoulders of segregation.T. *
.. W.. Fair

Beauticians Meet THE YEAR! Ctminj Attraction Feb 21- 22.23 24 25,

l The Beauticians Unit No. 7
"" held Its regular meeting Jan. ....
x 21 at the home of Mrs. Ella MAXINE BROWNMon.
i 4 Hall, with the president, Mrs. 1 .t I
:J. Marlon Muldrow, presiding.Mrs. .

Southern. Hah hospital.demonstrated Members real !'; Night Fight Special
:1 4 present: Mesdames Marion Mul- :
drow, Doris Dorset, Mildred
Williams, Carletha Scavella, Tues.
Winifred Brooks, Mae Kendrick,
Allen Scott, Mary Kirkland, THE coifler SAM Pkwy SPCCa onMw DM OUAN Production ofHOTRENCE After Fight-Breakfast ShowS
Martha Elden, Maggie Hender-

!/:1 \ son.All OF AH ABU
members are asked to be BIG NIGHTS
1 !lIMtiW10N7
'1V present Feb. 4 at the ,home of Ddcp4.o .J
Mrs. Henderson, 1214 NW 71st
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,-' Intervals we will break the a fish has to swin) to obtnlh
IT. K. Hir.lHMUNl RKKVKK, Kdltor uml Publisher continuity of this series to' dis I food for existence and Negroes Miami i Northwestern
cuss current events of such I must swim In the 'Sea of Politics -
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing!, Editor broad interest to the general to obtain food for exIst- I \
.. .. ..
::: ; ; ; :::
and ;:;: ;;
and to' the Negro' ence.
Member of the National Newspapers Publishers Association
-' which, have deep political Im- I -- -- -
SUBSCRIPTION RATES plication'' Such discussions, we
ONE YEAR $5.60 BIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $C.OO hope, will serve the purpose of
pointing out that politics Is PWIGS !lr
iEnered ns.. Second Class, Matter, August! 0, 1927 at the Post Officeat more practical than academicand
Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Is so' deeply Infused Into' I
the economic life of every citizen
:Main Offlro nt 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue'--Phone OX 10421Phone'FR that no' citizen can affordto
Downtown-Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue 3-2239 Ignore the political activitieson BY MR. BOND

every level, no more than
TRBDO OF TilE NEGRO PRESS" they can Ignore utilities bills,
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the rent or mortage notes or grocery
world from rnrinl and national antagonism! when it accords to bills.
every man recnrdles? nr race, creed or color his human and
man-the Negro Press: The economic plight of a large
legal Hulifs. Ifnflnc: no man, fearing no
driver to help, every mnn In the firm belief that all men are percentage of Americans has
improved somewhat since the
hurt ON long as anyone I Is held back. I
Roosevelt made
late Franklin D
his famous declaration In the I
arlv 30's concerning onethirdof
THE ELECTION the Nation being: Ill-housed :
Ill-clothed and Ill-fed and Instituted I
Metro's important and much discussed election came government reforms to I
off on Tuesday when 108HHfDade Countians polled their improve the economic plight of
votes for favorite candidates and for ''and against the *uch cItizens

:amendment that was planned to kill Urban Renewal. The President Lyndon B. JohnsonIn
;amendment was lost by 10,335 votes.. :' :' announcing declaration of
War on permanent poverty
The mayor's race will end Tuesday, Feb. 11, when states, that one-fifth of the Na
'Commissioner Chuck Hall high will battle it out tion dwell In a permanent state
man, of poverty, so If these etslmates ryA
I with Winston Wynne who trailed him by 6,028 votes. be fairly accurate, active and
meaningful legislation on this
Y "
In District 1, Commissioner Tom Sasso's contestant wi) question) has had a tremendous 1

be Harold Greene ; District 2, Lew Whitworth va effect on the economic welfare

Milton Thompson ; District 3, Commissioner Boyd war and large bare proportion existence of of American a very;' ,

elected ; District 4, Kennedy vs. O'Malley ; District 5, Citizens. I| '

Commissioner Gordon was elected; District 6, Commis
Even In the face of the fact
sioner Patten was elected ; District 7, Long vs. Starnes; that this very )large proportion'
District 8, Matheson vs Weiss. of the Nation Is existing under'''
poverty there Is a very abject
So campaigning will go on for the next ten days. political bloc continuously wagIng -
War for the reduction and
elimination of relief measures
NOTE BOOK upon which a large percentage: '
of this poverty stricken group
Last Friday, January 24, Dr. Henry Harrison Greenone depends for just the barest of, NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS
of Miami's pioneer physicians and respected citizens survival.

died at. the Jackson Memorial Hospital.Dr. In the meantime the politi. $89 to $189START
clans themselves and their asso-'
Green was the son of the late Henry Harriso: elates while decrying the high:,
and Annie White Green of Jacksonville. He was a graduate cost of relief measures, apply an j' NOW! SAVE OR SEND
of Stanton High School, Howard University and Me- ontlrely different yardstick cf'
measurement to determine their
harry Medical\ College. own degree of 'poverty', as was $5.00 A WeekWear
evidenced by the U. S. Senator,
He served in World War I as a medical officer from Florida, George Smothers. your imported 100 per cent European human
After the he in the field of tuberculosisand I
war specialized In hair wig for Lincoln's '
answering the questions birthday. Afterwards pay at
became director of the Tuberculosis Clinical Stat brought up by the investigation the ra.te you find convenient.
Hospital in Orlando for some time before coming to into the 'political' Influence of! FROM
Miami and entering general practice. BobUy Baker, deposed former $10 TO $20 MONTH
Secretary of the U. S. Senate,' Price includes
set, wig case, wig head, wig brush
He was quite interested in 1he social, civic, politicaland Smathers justified with Baker his 'economic'relationship and his and the wig book. *

fraternal life of our community.He former aide by citing that both WRITTEN GUARANTEE

had families and were badly In Pay for wig anyway you. want*',Wear your'wig while
served as director of the local Republican Club, need of financial aid, which Is you pny. We show the wigs injlhe
Exalted Ruler of Atlas Lodge, IBPOEW, also a member why he helped them on the Flo :! privacy of your

of the Masonic Lodge, and a Shriner, member of.the Florida rida Land promotional deal. hOlne.'I Call JE 2-1180... ,

Medical Association and National Medical Associa Bobby Baker was drawing a '

,tion, a charter member of the Adelphian Club and the $10,000 annual salary and his ASK FOR MRS;, LEONARD,
King of Clubs. was being paid $11,500 annually -
t all coming out of tax-
nayers: pockets. Now as
v Dr. Green was also a charter member of Rho Sigma one knows, even In America every-;

I, Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity and. a member of iny guy drawing such salaries
the American Legion. could not by any stretch of the GRAND OPENING
{ imagination be In dire need,
Funeral services were held at Bethel AME Church ven with a young and growing
family to support.To .
tho Rev. S. A. Cousin of which he member
pastor, was a make the point ,
pertinent THE
: on Thursday, Jan. 30 at 2 o'clock.Dr. any Negro In that Income DAMMYANKEERESTAURANT
bracket from wages 1 Ie not only
Green's request was: no flowers, but that con- very rare but Is a national celebrity -,
;tributions be sent' to the Dade County TB Association, 82t and certainly Is not looked'i
t S.E. 8th St.Burial. upon as an object of pity, who ,
'Is direly In need of financial I

,i will take place in the Arlington National helD to maintain his family.
This Is not unusual, this Is,
,:1 Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia. not exceptional this Is a very, 6115
common example of the Insepar .27th AVENUEFebruary
I Surviving are a wife, Lloma; a sister, Juanita Green, able relationship between poll-
t ;New Jersey; a daughter, Mrs Juanita Hamberry; two tics and economics which hap': I
Harrison Lewis nens every day, many times a
:grandsons, Henry and Reginald ; several In Sunday, 2
< t cousins including Mrs. Mattie I. James, Mrs. Sara S day town township every village city,, hamlet county, :

.[Stuart of Jacksonville and many friends. state and the Nation with cons OPEN SUNDAY THRU FRIDAY
tlnuous regularity the only distinguishing -.!
feature about this Sunday 7 a.m. 10
p.m. 6.11
t. particular politico-economic
re- Grice plans to
latlonshlp Is the small amount make this a place of your liking
funeral of Charles Hudson who died at his home of mon('" Involved.All where you can eat and relax.
Cleat ofa
;January 20, was 'held] at the Church of the Incarnationon of vhlch b"lnss us backto first class place atmosphere
Saturday morning with a Mass of Requiem.. our subject, mitt that the with food to suit your appetite and
Negro is as deeply Involved In prices to suit your pocket.A .
politics) P r a fish Is In water and
} The large attendance, including the Atlas Lodge of both will meet the same end:

Elks, was evidence of the esteem in which the deceased FINE SELECTION FOR ALL

was held. ,
Our Classified ,Ada Two, specials each \
I Mr. Hudson lived in Miami for over a half century. SELL ANYTHINGAt '.{'' day. ,: V,.,,.'

in the real estate business for 30 ', .'"
He was engaged years. For the businessman < .:: "
?His genial disposition won for him numerous friends a reasonable cost .- ; : ;

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Baptist Women To
Reasons For Limited SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1964 PAGES
Honor Leader j' I

When' the women of the Florida -
Baptist East Coast Association 't Ii
meet in their annual ses- "' '
Participation :
sion at Cocoa, they will pay a :;
tribute to their president, Mrs. : ,,
A. O. Parker, who has been $15 in MerchandiseJust
On the local Front Page of I f,. '
their leader over a period of 20 ,,, :, ,
the Jan. 22, publication of the j Northwestern PTA years.: This session will mark bring this ad in to :
Miami News there
appeared an
the GOth of the organization .
year ,
article entitled "Dade IgnoresJob Presents MusicalThe and history '! "
Training." This article point the association a and pertainingto many of MICHAEL'S FASHION '
ed out that even though cer- PTA of NorthwesternSenior its workers will be distributed
tain programs are being offeredto High School proudly during the session.A for your certificate., You may be the lucky winner' .
the Negro populace of the presents its annual musical extravaganza
of this prize. Nothing to buy. We are next door to"
community, programs that Friday, Feb 14 at most Interesting programhas '
would prepare them for decent 8 p.m. In the school's auditor- been planned and on Thursday Woolworth in the Perrine Shopping Center.icicic .
employment, they are not parti ium. The 130-plcce band, under afternoon of the session at ",'.
cipating. According to the article the direction of David Pas- 4 o'clock, a tribute will be paidto

the problem Is obvious the chal and the choral group, under Mrs. Parker in a testimonial \ .cicic.> .icicicicricic( : ...l..lgf.JEl.......:::1 O...(;Ayfl Rkir,f...1r11r"CLYHE
causes unknownand the State the direction of Arthur of dollar bills. This Christian:
Employment officials are con Evans, will entertain with 'a leader I is the widow of the late KILLENS'
cerned. combination of classical: l, semi- H. D Parker, and it can be
The purpose of this article is classical, modern, and spiritual truthfully said of her, "She '
to make known some of the music.In has done what she could"I'ersons Slit JOHN HOTEL MIGHT(:! I nl!I l ill CLUB ,

causes of the lack of participation past years, the extravaganza desiring: to make contributions
on the part of Negroes in has been the highlight of who have not received PRESENTS -
the various programs of the the community. The directorsare an envelope and letter, I
Florida State Employment Service confident that this year's may do so by sending your} gilt l
presentation will surpass thoseof to Miss Marie White, 1312 NW FRI. SAT. SUN. JAN. 31 FEB. 1 1- 2 ,.
The employment picture that previous years. 08th St., Miami, Fla
emerges in the Magic City 100 ._-- _._------- FRIDAY AND SUNDAY $1.25 SATURDAY $1.75
the Emancipation
Proclamation is far from satis-

factory. Although the Florida MARIE KNIGHT
State Employment Service is LIB-CITY
in its
doing everything: powerto

provide employment oppor- ..., .. ,.
+'MRM p.rl !PIM CR" a
tunities for ,everyone, they are :' ,
handicapped by a social, economic DRIVE IN THEATRE J4"
and political pattern designed It ;' ';oj"t ;'- ;:
"' ,
to subordinate the Negro; 22nd .,Ave. and Palm Drive-in Theatres : ,
Suffice It tot until cp'jfclrf I "'3 "
I say : .- *"' I ..
barriers ore:removed and attitudes COMPLETELY INTEGRATED \. W. ..,'
are changed, the participation ,"
OX 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.
of_the Negro percent of ; .
32,000 unemployed in Dade l'j l-
in such as .
County programs H ,
clerical training, waitress training : l8w<<1PAIU
and transcribing machineswill } ,
be very small NEWMAN $ '"
In 'every community, be it :{;)r..t>
Negro or White, certain} tradi- w I .'ft\tJ. I
tional ways of behaving develop d fl&IIW \-"F.,
which.determine, to some extent .
whether the people will parti- 'I" '
I .'
cipate actively and cooperatively II f-,",,
In community affairs, and
determine almost completelythe I
manner in which they will
cooperate or resist. In the
Negro community, these pat- 2 *
terns of social functioning are
highly influenced by the effect
generations and generations of
racial prejudice have had on the
Negro's personality

Knowledge gains through the ?
socialization process has taught
the Negro: ((1)) that he is held
back from decent employmentnot
only because of the lack of ; I
preparation or training but THIRD APPEARANCE AT THE KNIGHT BEAT
apartheid; ((2)) that certain programs

offer the training him but Second Top Notchrusl in the "Parade of Stwu"
they do not guarantee a ",
Job ((3)) that the possibility of
one; getting a job, even thoughhe Latest Hit: "What Kind of Fool Do You Think I Am"
Is trained, Is highly Influ- ;,'
enced by the color of his skin: 1; 7 '
((4)) that the only Negro wait- a\
resses In Miami are working In
the Negro communities; (5)) that Coming February 14 -15 16 l
the only Negro waiters In the ....
community are employed by .
Parklaws Cafeteria, Toby 8 Pig
16o blp Tho Son.JaUot1 i ( 1 :
Cafeteria, Polly Davis, Roney bnt tr
Plaza, and Walgreens DrugStore tdNfb.comu
Suffice It to say unless + "MR. l3I..'.;C'Y"
this shift In the employment s iuzinptMUu ,
status of the Negro, that Florida -
State Employment Service is ) B. B. KING

trying to create, correspondswith ;
a change in attitude on / /
the part of employers In our
community, the participation of I ill .&J m F ivva* lzi f *

Them remain Negroes small.in their Can program you Blame will 3ORAID[ G11 ROBINSON.ate ;' '4 f f -" ;v "I've ulwuys wanted Beat"to play v,

the Knight ;
Finally, the reason why Riuc"wulol

Negroes and whites the are Florida not SON IPI RORBERhiMIPR0oug10I r{ 11. B. KINO '.. ,,, ..' i
I sai t
State Service programs
is that the MDTA program PLUS *, *
throughout the county. Miami "20,000 EYES" .1r
is not offering r
is no exception,
the people what they The perfect crime picked with suspense a Adm. Advance $2.0\{

want.If f + ,.

I 'see farther than others, NEXT ATTRACTION +r' At Door $2.;jJ J Ji ,
it is because I stand on the
shoulders of segregation.T. 4
W. Fair

'.. Beauticians Meet' BEST PICIURLIIE\IHE YEAR Crminj Attraction Feb 21- 22 23 24 25,

The Beauticians Unit No. 7
f'.1 held its regular meeting Jan. WHWEI.
.\. 21 at the home of Mrs. Ella 7=! MAXINE BROWNMon.
: Hall, with the president, Mrs. I Ft I ICoUnbfe
:.J Marlon Muldrow, presiding.
"c Mrs. Hah demonstrated real .
,.f Southern hospital. Members Mul ;> I Night Fight Special
present: Mesdames Marion
drow, Doris Dorset, Mildred
Williams, Carletha Scavella, w J Tues.
Winifred Brooks, Mae Kendrick, r ,
Allen Scott, Mary Kirkland, SAM SPCCa-DAVDUAN Production ol After Fight-Breakfast Show
Martha Elden, Maggie Hender-

rM son.All members are asked to be lAWRENCE OFAlUttU a re n tiwgca is : 5 BIG NIGHTS

,i.et present Feb. 4 at the home of tprwtoe. iii

Mrs. Henderson, 1214 'NW'71st ...<<. u .<<<<..<<.....<<.u www: :
Terr. .

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U 27th A ye. at 54th St.N .

EVE R CLOSED Prices Good Thru Feb. 1 of Waller's AG Only/
.. -- .,. -, .. .

Bacon Ends B 690 Rolf Sausage 33 POUND


Steak Ib 69 Bologna 490


Turkeys Ib Z90 Steak 69c


Ib 270DEL SausageDEL 39 0

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Yellow Cling Sliced or Halves 303 Size 303 Size
Peaches 5 for $1.00 Green Beans 4 for $1.00

303 SizeFruit 14 OUNCE BOTTLETomato.

Cocktail 4 for $1.00EARLY Catsup for $1.00GOLDEN

GARDEN -303 Size. BANTAM WHOLE KERNEL 12 oz can.
Sweet Peas 5 for $1.00 Corn: 6 for $1.00GOLDEN

303 Size Can BANTAM CREAM STYLE_ 303 Size
Spinach 6 for $1.00 ) Corn 6 for $1.00
We Cash Payroll Checks COLD BEER AT ALL T IMES Open-24"Hours Daily Keys Made

Rice 5 Ib bag 59c Coffee, Ib 49c
Bleach 39c FOOD KINGWITH, ,CHEESE 300 Size Can
Dutch Cleanser 2Jc Spaghetti JOe
' Toilet Tissue 39c Pork and Beans.. 10c.
] PILLSBURY-Choccola.te,White,Yellow, Devil Food WILSON'S
Cake Mixes 12 oz.PKG. 29c
: Shortening Ib 21c

Chef's Choice Size
Blue Bird
French Fries 29CFresh 3 Pounds
Orange Drink 29c Macintosh
Frozen Assorted Apples 29c
Campbell Soups 3 for 69c
Fresh Blue Bird Drink Qt. 2 Pounds'I"
Foodl Oleo King 2 for 29c* Orange&Pineapple 29c D'Anjou Pears __'. 33c


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Chestertown Md. Mrs. Faye THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
Stockman, (sister) of Philadel
brother Mr. Donald Shirley, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1964 PAGE 7

Los Angeles, California .
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Maurice Shirley, Indianapolis -

Hilton Shirley, Md. brother of Ft. Lauder-and Dr. Central Life Insurance Co. of Florida

dal, brother, and Edwin Shirley
dale, brother, Edwin Shirley III
I son of Norfolk, Va. "YOIW KUCNDLY COMPANY"

on 5th at the
COLSTON had as their house Knight Beat. This affair is r ._ .. $1,000.00 UP TO $50,000.00

guests over the past weekend earmarked to be one on the ". I Whole Life Endowment Educational
Mrs. Callie Green, wife of Bishop I highlights of Miami's social I j -
Green of Atlanta and Mrs. I season. x'i'
Mortgage Redemption
Allie Price. I
HEARTFELT SYMPATHY I is Retirement Combination Hospital
GET WELL WISHES ARE extended to the families of the
sent to: Mrs. Marie House who late: Dr. H, H Greene, Mrs. Ef. And Home
Is convalescing at the home of fie McFagdon, and Charles Hud ALSO
Edythe PotierLe who Is confinedat son.
non Hospital, Family Group Plan
and Little Karlon Alonzo Jack. :MARTHA WELTERS, dntiRh-
son, Jackson Memorial. ter of Warren and Gwen Wel- Father, Mother and all Children Under 21 Years of
ters celebrated her birthday on Age Insured Under One Policy

Classroom MEMBERS Teachers OP Dade Assoc.County. are Sunday her ,home.by entertaining The little friendsat guests New-Borns Automatically Insured After 15 Days

looking forward to entertaining reported having an enjoyable REPRESENTATIVES AND BRANCH OFFICES
friends at the CTA Ball which time STATEWIDE IN FLORIDA AND ALABAMACall

Fountafableau Is being held Hotel.tonight This at the BIRTHDAY GREETINGSand for representative in your city for additional

to be a gala affair. promises Best wishes to: Cortel information

-AND MRS. L. E. FRA- Fletcher Owens, ,\Frank Rosa McKay Green,, Emma Willie I ............."'.......... .... ..... ........7':1.': .. .......,.y.- ........I, I ,..." Jr.........'"
ZIER and Summersett, Johnalie Johnson,
nephew William
Bailey of Atlanta Wilbert King, Charlette Whlpnle, I ,. PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE
dinner .
were '
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A Peters Keith Lynch, Prlscllla Leverity, .!1. ....". .( WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTY!
(Zelma), while weekending In Patrice Frierson Pearl Butler, I Mrs Alrlean Ware of
Miami. Lawrence B. Cooper, Jeffrey CUSTOM MADE fli
Young. l 15730 NW 20th Ave. Rd. Opa- gsx
locka wishes to announce the PLASTIC FURNITURE LL1
THE MU80LITE8 held their ,PRINCE FARRINGTOX engagement of her daughter Al-
business meeting at the homeof Mildred Randolph were marriedon then Deloies to Lloyd Alphonso SLIP COVERS
Mrs. Luvenia Knox on last last Bethel son; of Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday. After the meeting, the ception Friday.was held An in elegant honor re- Clifford Bethel of 1021 NW Gist .. CRYSTAL GAUGI CHARHIAVY
group dined at the Famous of .
the St. Miami. LONG LASTING
Chef where a palatable repast1 I couple on Saturday, at the I FIR, MJIJTAU7:,
was served. Hostesses for the home of the groom's sister, Mrs. Althea Is a graduate of North FULLY "
evening were Mesdames Knox, Elizabeth Kna gs. Mrs, Far- Dade High School. GUARANTIEDmutt
Dorothy McKellar, Leatha WIl- rington Pierce is formerly of Ft. Lloyd is n lOGO graduate of .
liams and Geneva Wilson. Mrs. Booker T. Washington. He will WORKMAN.IHIP AND IA ) tit
Ann West of Richmond Heights !he leaving in Feb for the Air MATIRIAltALUMINUM t NtlTt
is president. i ANNIVI.nSRHappy \ Force; a wedding date has not /Alt .ST'MATIS' ,
I Anniversary to Mr. been set rirrinCUSHION eS
and Mrs. Frank Thomas h. SPECIALIZING
Algonquin ....
Club will hold recently celebrated their e rin mm* Bt PLASTIC DAY OA
annual anniversary. SLIP COVERS NIGHT
dance tonight at Bayfront Park EXCLUSIVELY
Auditorium. I Plan now to attend
I Relatives attending the funeral HONIT.BOII

INVITATIONS are, In the of Include little the Eric Rev.Shirley Edwin)last Friday, JabberwockTHURSDAY House Greimhon wi
mall for the MRS Club's annual
Sr. retired
St. Valentine's Dance which will J, D. C. Mrs.priest Emma of Washington Mays-, .....................+.... . .
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hair Open Mike, with Hendrik J,
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Berns, will discuss "The Pros
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scores beauticians
in the and Cons of Medicare" Sunday,
area recently by Feb. 2, from 7 0
to p.m. As usual,
the Professional
Epic Products
the will BONDED
Division of the Gillette, Com- from program the Hampton originate, NW live

pany.Beauticians. 27th Ave., and 42nd St.
and students attending Guest, for this discussion,
the spectacular. Sof- will be Dr. Harold O. Hallstrandand
style Show held at the beautiful Judge Harold Spaet. RENTAL
Everglades Hotel, Jan 20, saw
demonstrations of the Sofstyle
process, and the artistry of Calling AllHamptonianb
Epic's top stylist, Mary Evans
and Gene Williams. Technical AGENCY INC.
aspects were discussed by TedZ. All graduates, former students ,
Manuel Sales Manager for and parents of graduates
Epic, and Miss Ethel Aroolie, of Hampton Institute are urged
the Company's Sofstyle techni- and expected to attend a special
collection and rental
meeting of the Hampton Alumni The largest

cian.The complete Sofstyle product Association, Saturday, Feb. 1,

the, which ispresently sweepIng free* 8 4200 p.m.NW, at 27th the Ave.Hampton The purposeis House. agency in the South; operating in I
country, was given
to make final plans for
to all beauticians in attendance.
Tested for several years In Hampton Institute's choir Concert Dade a iV d Broward Counties'
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lette's Toni Division, and by .. . . ............ Negro Housing areas.
scores of independent beauticians )(ON. ,, i, BROOKS
Sofstyle Is an exclusive pro Contractor
cess that has been proven to be President
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operator without the usual preliminary HOUSING UNITS'
tests or creme bases, 10,000
and requlres.no heat or Irons. Bonded also has employment service at main office
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It make has hair built-in more conditioners manageable.that ', full time public relation Dept. to amist yon ra, solving y fnr problem.

Sofstyle has been carefully researched C. A. Ixrckhart Director
and developed by Epic, ''Is 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO 8ERVE YOU
a division of the Gillette Company -

which Is concerned with 1103 N.W. 3rd Arc ........... FR 3-3416 17M Homestead Ave.
hair products for professionaluse. PemDe .. ........ CE 53353
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BEAUTY SHOP Spe'c'iaI. Mrs. Annie R. Johnson I'
CHRIST' B.s .' .' .. '"
MI's. to \\,11l1a1118 ,' 1214 N. Sapodtlla, TE 20113VERA'S ,

805 N.W rd "ft., FR 1.0351k ,i' .... I

""t .. Vera M. Dillard
a Shampoo ,,4 1017 Rosemary Ave., TE 2-O:R"

Veilecn20G5 It .4 ., Sofst1e relaxer CAl' OIJA.S BEAUTY SHOP
XV tb St. (i9fi"i9G5!) Mrs. Captola G. Mitchell

: and set V 1100 8th St., TE 3-4705

Mrs. Eunice Dcberry
Mrs T.; ..
I 830 N. Tamarind, 832-0568
440 NYV .\,e., 5220511MARDI' ;

TICS BEAUTY.tine I Relax and enjoy it. at _these, beauticians FORT LAUDERDALE

Mrs. CI, Tire Lilllo. Mae 'Young

330 N\\' ;'nd St., FIt 9-9233 CIIAIWHTTK BEATUY 1031 NW 6th St., 522-0320
Mrs.! Lucille West ,
Miss Barbara. Jones 1101 NW 62nd St. PL SALON OF BEAUTY
SALONryant 1-9113 4121 NW 17th Ave., 035-0153 1
RRYANft BEAUTY 2901 NW 62nd St.
691-9171 Estclla' Gibson

Frances ) (000) NW 6th St., j jI
1651 \\ ad AK., FR 92325CEAS01 M & M BEAUTY HOUSE FRAN'S BEAUTY 8HOPPEMis. 52.8211)i I i

REMELDA'S BEAUTY SHOP Mildred Frances' ; Fh'anws Robinson HILL'S BEAUTY. SALON J

Reatlm L. Knight 1172 NW (.2nd St., PL 8-3257 038: NW 2nd A ve., FR 3-9151 Albeit 1m L. Hill I'
1751 NW 2nd Avc., FR 4-9' 39REAUTYRAMA 1218 NW 81th' ( Terr., LU :8.1).60
Minnie Us .
Sarah Boyd CicraldlitG Allen SALON

1230 NW 3rd Ave., FR 40701IGGIB 5010 NW 50th St., 1319100IOOHU'S ) i Marguerite' Cm-gill
KENNEIV'8Mary Mrs. Eninin R. Mu nrnrersett
3007 NW 10th St.
J n Smith 6821 NW 15th .\\'e., OX 1-9721
1608 X6th St., JA 2.9295la.ul.I.

Maggie Childs 1.ll(1t1JcIooro:\ PERIUNEMARTIIrt'H 1

MODERN CHARM: BEAUTYSALON 1420 NW 3rd Avc., FR 3-0505 2113 NW 18th St., NE 5-3300 I

ianedy Martha Griffin I
:Mrs. VJrgea L. Gnlhvin6'J9
1608 Mnousi Gth St., JA 2-02 5 ADDIE'S ARTISTIC ELEANOR'S BEAUTY 18152 SW 101th Ave, CE 50905HIHAT )

Addle Williams Mrs. Eleanor V. Bo\ve BEAUTY SHOP

: F BEAUTY 1083; NW 51tr St., 751-9541 4147 SW 17th St., YU 30251)O1'ALOCIA :Mrs. Nellie Price

Corrinc uksond D1L1UTY STUDIO 18202 HW 182nd $t., CE 5-0:103( :

3745; GH .Ue., Ill 8-7221 :Mi-s. TillIelIcn!
1043 NW 3id Avc., FH 39312CHARMETTE 81101'Gladys RICHMOND HEIGHTS
IOP-'I NW Slut St., 751-0541
Mrs. Xe l>la Gaines w Hart I Elaine IIlu'I"IUIU
3743 GiU\e., Ill 8-7221 2200 Alibaba Aw., MU 1.0:190UU'l'I : 101 Lincoln lily l., CE' 5-3.108:

-Mrs. JuanKa Campbell \ DORETHA'S BEAUTY SHOP

2U 9iN\V. NW 62nd St., 6919471.KAKILLOX :Mrs. Dorcthn Johnson Jt. & YUI1U'll' FORT PIERCE
MAG1 BEAUTY SALON I, 3227 NW 43th St., NE 4-9981
Mrs. DdBdi- ot( Lank SALON
Rebecca :Moblcy KURLY AND
14552 N :nd .\
re", MU 5-3921
JIKAUTY: SALON THEODERA BEAUTY SALON 2200) All-Baba Ave., 801-9300 Louise Reeve I
715 N. 20th St., HO I-5IH!) ( I
:.Mrs. Morley: ( Reed Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson

SIMON IOrSlJ 0135 NW 12h Avo., PL 1-0201 0010 NW 15th AVC., 759-8022: !

Kllcndc imon ..' BEAUTY: SALON Mrs. Doris 1{. .Johnson'

6500 NT !+th> Ave, OX 1-1..43t ORGANZA LAB 2750 :Martha Outler 710 N. 13th: $t., HO 1-0(151( : Ij I
t 2200 All-Baba Ave,, MU 1-0300: 9CURLY
Mary 1 Lanaine
BAKE1 BEAUTY .Margaret; Williams 40th St. & 2)th Ave., 690-OIJO( TOP BEAUTY SHOP j'
Marc ( nada 0135; NW 12th Avc., 751-9201: JOHNSON BEAUTY: SHOP Julia Parrls
I 521 Dough. Court,
3381 DC Rd, Donhio Johnson
Ill 3-7203
Bunche Park W. Dr.,
:Mary\ Elizabeth Gilmore M & T

:MIDWAY BEAUTY BARBER 125:':: NW 62nd St., OX 1-1602 NA 1-021 : ( errylean Mnultnby
Mrs. Kc a ivy ( : BEAUTY SHOP
340 SW Ate. 27G-30D2 919 NW 6th St. :MAXINE\ HOVtiB OTBKAUTV Smith I
Bertha Miba Brooks 2050 Bervloo<< ltd., MU 8-O478
5J7I! NW 18th Ave.
%[I'H. Louise Williams
Mrs Tli. a Flowers EMANUEL BEAUTY SALON Mrs. Florence 1'. Hollonuin I
1798 NW 1st. Place, FR 1-4263 .
5121 NW rd .tve. \E 4-1915 .. IT-NEXT: BEAUTY BOX Emanuel M I.. Thompson 110 NW 7th Ave., 270-mi:

Clatellas Common 2171 N. Burlington, MU 8-1851
490 NW 8th St., 379-9501 FRIENDSHIP" BEAUTY

Miss OoH Lee Allen TommIe. Gene Barnes WALKER BEAUTY: SHOPMrs. Mi\ ,. Lillian Quince

1701 NW 11 St. 5800 NW 17th Avc., OX 1-2073 MODERNISTIC Mamie Walker 428 W. Atlantic Ave., 270-70(18
OX 1-2073 Mrs. Sallie Collinsi< 1010 Rutland St., MU J- 1OT

H20 NW 3rd Ave., FR. 3-3791 "1. .fBUNCHK *

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SALON Mrs. Carolyn Ferguson
440 NW th St. PR D-8956 Mrs.: Lillian. Y. Bishop Mrs. Ada William 0311796KIMBERLY'S 2220 W. Bunche Park Dr. BEAUTY: SHOP
2188 NW Wth St., Mrs. Tlielma" Berry
18th Ave. OX 1-0959 NA 48071EDNA'H
6830 NW ,
21739 SW 120th Ave., ('I': :5-5775



299 NW 'nd St.Brooks Delores L. Chants 4310 NW 7th Ave., 757-0428 Mrs.. Edna Samuel : BEAUTY:
6019171DIARY'S 6833 NW 15th Ave., OX 1-9924 2105 All-Baba Ave., 688-0380
BRONZE BEAUTY BEACH Gertrude R. Carter::
:wK) Irene $t., 848-O429
\ 4-9297
'EACTY SALON 'I 4(" 5 NW 27th Ave, NE

1508 XU' jth 8t, 691.11P BEAUTY CENTER. BEAUTY CLIENT Edjthe C. Style
Bernice Brown Robinson 1508 Sapodilla, 832-0020
: ;;'v. 4000 NW 7th Ave., 759-9181 6707 NW 15th Ave., OX 18521KIMBERLY'S

SALON 1LEACY'S BEAUTY SHOP Alice Edward 1508 Sapodilla Are., 8324020 Mrs.\ Essie: Mae Blue
Clar553 -e Theo
Irs. Carnrgar Leacy Mae Williams 7th Ave., 757-0458 735 NW 3rd HL, WE 3-5110
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PAGE 10 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1964 New Homes Finest For Less

., I 3 I>nrgo Bedroom, 2 Until, Garage, Electric Kitchen

Metro., and North Carver High NewsHead ,.. 1452 NAV. 58th Terrace Open 3 to 5 p.m.

:'. 101 X.W. J9fh! Street Florida room
Football Coach and
Dade Center NewsIn Counselor, Nathaniel "Traz" Large lots for sale
Powell reports the 100 American -
the basketball league this Football Coaches Conven- $1,500 up
week the Adults-the Knights tion held in New York City Jan. I
defeated the, Rudlers 105 to 37a 6-0 as being quite informative Cash paid for Lots and Homes
runaway, with Edward Byrd and educational.
scoring 32 points. The second; Need Money? See BARON JE 8-1340

games found the Spoilers defeating Coach Powell is one of DadeCounty's ... ....
:::0.M :;'
the Rams 110 to 81, with most outstanding t "'- ""'
Joe Smith hitting 33 points Coaches. h F:
and Bobby Reed 31
Under his leadership Carver
,In the teenage league the has won two State Cnampion- SRW TTII3 WORi D'A _
Steelers defeated the Bears 56 shlps in the last five years, and CltlCAT rilOPHKTA
to18, Melvin Phillips hit 17 several football conferences. Trne Leader

points and Marvin Smith 1G Chosen because of his success 35 Yearn of B\|>erlence'
points for the winners and us a tootball coach at Carver nl'hop Hunter 'is well known KM ,
Phillip Wilson of the losers hit
21 points. The second game the Coach .Powell wrote an article At a recent meeting<<: the following PROF. HUNTER

Ugly Boys edge by the Miracle for Coach's Book, The a monthly officers of Second Supreme If yon nr* rick, worried' or In
Workers 59 to 57 ports magazine. article :-:0.I, OES FA and MM
Billy Stringerwas entitled Split Line Offense in troubled this .Is the place to comefon't
high point man of the game were elected for 1004{ : Adgnoe stay 'In the rut, push hnokthe '
nigh school which will be
with 16 points Dradshaw. Worthy Matron; Mat- ,
lisned sometime the veil of !bad lurk that peeniH"
during tie Gerald, associate matron; track and
to hold you 'In jour ,
The winners of our Tennis next football season. Lena Moore Worthy Patron
; advance<< forward' by the help uf ,?
Table Tournament was Barbara Catherine Parker, conductress; of
Serving as a clinician at the God under the leadership
Carter and James
Moss. They FAMU Coaching Clinic is also Susetta Flood, associate con- Prof llunt/er who has :35: year .. '
; .
will play in the County-wide ductress Clara Gilbert financial '
the for ; of experience spiritual' nwl 'l .
jn summer agenda ;
tournament Feb. 1. coach Powell. lIe is the first secretary; Annie Green-Pag-- occult f'ldfllrt'lalH': your home .,. '

Feb. 26 we will have our 3rd Negro coach from Florida to gett, treasurer. happy. He will show jou hmv
annual Talent show. participate in this clinic to be The worthy matron Is a memo to bypass jour enemies!' and gel: (the things", that life demands.
aeld June 9-June 15, 1961. ber of Mt. Tabor Amaranth for you Come; one, como all. Healing meeting every Wednesday
The highlights around the Royal Violet Court No. at the Spiritual Temple of Zion, Inc., :5117 S.W. 17th SU,
the center again this week is Mr.\ George Williams, D. C. T. Heroines of Jericho. She Is one asking }Vest Hollywood. Fla. 7:30 &,.m.

basketball, adult, teenages, Jr., Instructor at George Washington the prayer of all
high boys and Jr., and Sr., high Carver High School was recently that she might be able persons to lead
girls. In the adult league the in Tallahassee Florida Second Supreme No.4, OES.
opening games were run aways. attending a very special conference .
The Knights defeated the based on improving race re The Worthy Matron said: "I
Rams 105 to 51, with Edward l lations. am sure there are other better
Byrd hitting 28 points. qualified for the job than I. But
I The meeting sponsored by the I thank God for the chance. I
James Keller, hitting 26 and State Department of Education, am asking the membership to
George Cowart 24, The second focused its attention on com- cooperate; together we stand
game the Spoilers defeated the munity obligations of Negro divided we fall. I am determined
Raiders 07 to 24. Wallace Fran- boys and girls in broad fields of to do my very best to keep
cis scored 30 points. The second lalJor. In order to go Into fieldsof Second Supreme No. 4 the best.
week of play found the labor students must have Our motto, 'We can it if we try'.
N. D. Boosters defeating the high school training. A. Bradshaw, W M.
Rudglers 74 to 50. Lorenza 5417 S.W. 17th Street Hollywood, Florida
Smith led the winners with 20 : There were many white businessmen -------- -
points. The El Matadors won I on hand to discuss the 1 mile east State Road 144 3 miles west of Halland*]* OB
over the Chico Papa Sans by I hiring of Nergo boys and girls. PHIL OSSOFER North Hide' of the rond. Office hours'' I p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday
forfeit. 1 to 3 ,..rn. Licenced' In State and County. lleadlnr* dally.

Various types of Job training SAYS: .- A-
The teenage league found the program, will begin in Greater
Sea Dogs defeating the Bears Miami. George Washington Car w'
45 to 44 with James Barnes ver High School will be a pilot -
leading in scoring with 10 points. school this year. Long convinced that science
defeated the Miracle Workers and religion go hand in hand, I Finest Selections In Miami
47-15 with William Bethel of Among the types of programs have searched for a convincing
the losing team scoring 18 pt.s discussed were: The D.C.T. argument for this concept of
ing such progress in working D. C. D., D. E. R., and the B. compatablllty between the two, Lovely homes open
Lakers defeated the Steelers 42 M. S. Businessmen would like which satisfy, religionists.
to 38 Nathaniel Bell scored 21 to stimulate Negro students togo NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ
points. The Miracle Workers Into the field of retail labor. Browsing through a book'store Term Less Than Rent
defeated the last week, I discovered (or
Larry William Sea scored Dogs 25 G3 points.to 53 There are three other schoolsn perhaps was led to) a book,, published .,..
: Florida participating in this in 1006, containing whatI
The Junior High league this year Stanton consider an excellent explanation 518 NW 46th Street

standing: are as follows: 7th programof Jacksonville, Fla., on the relationship between Beautiful CBS 3-bedroom, Fla. room, oak floors,

grade Eastern, Miss Anderson Rochelle High of Lakeland, Fla., science and religion. tile roof andl appliances. $400 down, $71 month.
is leading with a 3-0 record. Mr. Miami. ,
and Carver High of
The book, "Christ and the
Forde and Mr. Williams are tied $11,700 total price.
in the Western with Eternal Order, was written by
a 3-0 re- .
cord. The 8th John W. Buckham, D. D., then
Forbes has a grade 2-0 Eastern record Mrs.and Metro Bunche Park Professor of Christian Theology 335 NW 46th Street
in Pacific Theological Seminary.Dr. .
Western Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Buckham wrote, "The world Pretty CBS 2-bedroom, Fla. room, garage and ap-
a 2.0 record. In the I Center, NewsThe
grade league Mrs. Mathis Is I of nature, as we know It pliances. $400 down, $74 per month, $12,000 total

leading with a 4-0 record. This Junior Boys basketball through experience, or through price.
reason, or however, is a realmof
Junior High league is a home- league play has begun as of 0
uniformity. Science is
room league which is and sixth con-
played last week.
after school. structed upon the prevalence of 290 NW 48th Street
Junior high stu- grade boys can be seen daily on
dents in are getting ready to play the court playing a round uniformity.for the law nothing of uniformity account Lovely CBS 2-bedroom' Fla. room, hardwood floors I
i a county-wide
table tennis robin league. The all star lea-
in nature Divine Mind and tile roof. down I
tournament. gue winners will receive trophies except a $400 $77 per month. $12,500
J at the end of the season. a Logos, (Christ or. Word of I total price.
God,) which permeates the very '
Rainbow Park I The shortie boys are still on i I structure and process of creation '..
basketball fundamentals, and constituting the universea
Tuesday, Jan. 7, the faculty they are progressing very nice cosmos and not a chaos." 4000 NW 18th Avenue
meeting of Rainbow Park Ele- It won't be long now before
School teachers special I Gorgeous CBS 3-bedroom
I struck the ,
mentary, was visited by Dr.' they will be able to play almost was by simplicity -
Mary Hogenmuller, District as well as the older boys. of the statement and won- Fla. room, tile roof, carporte andl? appliances on two
I Supervisor of the Northwest dered why I had not thought of big lot. $400 down, FHA terms. $13,000 total price.
II Area. Her discussion was in the The third, fourth fifth and it myself. Why, of course, science .
area of reading. Using the Over- sixth grade girls are enjoying Is based on uniformity. If
head projector to bring out her soccer. The weather has also It were not so, the rapid progress 1738 NW 39th Street

facts. The information, presented gotten nice enough for us to In science that we see today Huge CBS 3-bedroom bath plus 1-bedroom 1
was interesting, informative have archery again. would be impossible for -
and well presented.The I scientists would be groping in bath rental, $600 down. No closing costs. FHA terms
I The 2nd grade girls are on the dark for each advancement, .
faculty meeting was con. their best behavior in hopes ofa Instead of finding each dis-
eluded with a summary and Valentine Party. Good luck covery to be a key to further 6820 NW 6th AvenueNo
statements from Mrs. R. L. girls. discoveries.If .
Fortson our principal. All qualifying on this CBS 3-bedroom, oak floors,

teachers expressed a desire to league The results of the past follows few there was no uniformity, carporte, fence and barbecue on 2 big Iota. $795
are as :
have Dr. Hogenmuller to return The Rattlers games defeated the Bulls there might be reason to doubt down, $85 per month.
for other discussions which will the existence of God but since
by a score of 12-9. The Rams .
Be useful In the quest for there is perfect order In the
defeated the Bulls 30-10. The
improving instructions in the Rams defeated the Chargers 32 universe, there must be a crea- We have largest selections of CBS 2 and 3 bedroom

School.Rainltow: Park Elementary 13 and the Globetrotters defeated tive force or cause which brings homes in lovely Manor Park.

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The Rainbow Park PTA was caused and
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Mrs, Annette B. Lowe of the we can see the uniformityin

Bunche Park Elementary JabberwockTHURSDAY nature and in science.Dr. .
Buckhamte\ point about

Understanding your child was FEB. 27 the Divine Mind being responsible 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 40655Open
Mrs. Lowe's theme. Mrs. Lowe
for the prevalence of uni-
said patience Is the key to dealing 8 p.m.
with .children. The child's formity upon which science Is ( Sunday)

home environment lays the Miami Northwestern constructed is well taken, for .

IV' foundation for gooa relationships j I It makes clear the Ilnkllng of

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I i"' : With Sports Ferguson HonorsDavid Liston-Clay Heavyweight Fight ,II'

By HARRY: SPEAR: of George WAME, your championship iJ i
w Washington Carver High and Beach Kennel Club sports station presents anotheron
-.."'- "" "' Samuel Giles of Mays High's Tuesday, Feb. 25, at 9:30: p.
I 1W53 Opens TonightThe WAME will broadcast live
Oden DuDrlch better known after football teams have won m.
Battling Odin, boxed from visiting sparring partner for the special awards as the Individual Miami Beach Kennel from the Miami Beach convene
1921-1929; he was the first Bowdry stars such as Jesse teams' outstanding "Tackle of Club one of the formost glamor tion Hall, the Heavyweight
fighter along with Al Bryant to mar Johansson Harold Johnson, Ingo-, the Year." spots of greyhound racing Championship fight between
box an official decision bout of others Dick Tiger and : launches Its 36th annual meet- Sonny Liston and Cassius Clay.
10 rounds, and Oden scored theonly His of their ilk Ferguson and Giles were selected Ing at 8:15: p.m. Saturday Feb. Take a ringside seat right
knock down. In those days, I spicuous Improvement was con- by a panel of South FlorIda's 1, with an opening night turn- next to your radio and WAME
they did not fight so often, as he continued to pile top coaches and sports out In the neighborhood of will bring you all of the blow by
Oden had 61 rights. He says his up a local win column. Inevi- writers in a contest sponsored. 10,000 anticipated. blow descriptions live from
tough test bout was with Irish I and tably, local opposition waned by raido station WFUN and the A hand-picked field of eightof our ringside microphones the
hpyRing Fagan, former president Out of imports state were looked for. Colgate Tackle Company. the nation's finest stake grey.. Heavyweight Championshipfight -
No. 0 Veterans Boxing fighters habitually hounds will go to the post in between Sonny Liston and
Ass'n, Passaic and Garfield, N.J I turned perusal him down after quick the Presentation of the awards to' the 36th Inaugural, providingan Cassius Clay, Feb. 25, at 9:30: p.
of his buys
He was also credited with fast. were nixed record. Matches Nathanial was made by coach i opening night preview of the m., on \VAME7, 1260 your
est KO In the state of N.J. It I monotonous or cancelled with Powell of George calibre of competition looming championship station.minutetomlnute .
regularity. The un Washington Carver, and Carl
three seconds.Pat for the entire
was beaten kid Hanna of Mays season.
sought the big
names but On hand to present the trophy
O. Malley needs no Introduction him on.Finally. none would take Overall Dade-Broward "Tackleof to the Inaugural winners will calculation of
to the boxing world, names like the Year" was Art Lloyd of be Paula Prentiss, co-star with odds on each of the 28 different
is managing and training such Boyd, Sammy Jordan and Jimmy Coral Galbles High state Hock Hudson in the motion quiniela combinations.With .
fighters as, Ollle Wilson, Cleveland Johnson, all headliners Paul champions. picture "Man's Favorite Sport"now the loot Miami Beach
Williams, Willie Pastrano Eastern rings fell having Its world pre- tourist season looming as a re-
light heavyweight champ and side. To date by way- miere at Miami! Beach. cord-bieaker. Beach Preslsdent
our Miami'sown
Johnny Morris eight ranking Among the new facilities at William II. Johnson anticipates
middleweight who Just defeated rising star Otha Brown, activity which will spring him the plush beachslde racing a bonned season In his 23rd
George Benton and KO'D'' bouts undefeated Is in 30 professional to higher levels in his chosen strip this season Is a quinlelatote year as head of the "Track by
seeking vistas "
new of
Jimmy Beecham. profession. board which will give tho Sea.

John Creech manages Zeke

Ogle Jack promising Gilbert who heavyweightand has had Tonight at Roosevelt Savings !

11 fights, won 10, lost 1; his last
win was at Little River Audi- and
torium after years' lay-off. every Friday Night1OOOO

Richard Lee son of promoterof
Dick Lee, looked cute hand \I i'l
ling the round signs. They were '
larger than he. Lee !is only eight-
years of age. .

Jose Andres Mace'o who quit
the game for reasons I would
not like to mention. He trained
former champ the late Bennie
Pnrret also Joe Stable, Sugar
Ramos and many others. .
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consists of chairman Jimmy : < -- .' > '. ,. <'>., ',
Deamas, Jack Garfield sec. Jack :'. 'lt ftCCNftTAMPfttGREEN t 'Y' \A ;' .t''..tf"

Nemeth chief inspector, frank r : \\t p llAv+::;",__...",. _q_".R w ::-.'mmwr......'''_'_..h'h' ._.... ._ :n ,
Turrisi Inspector and Jerry
Saladino Inspector; Frank Laura
official and Eddie; Eckert .
official Dr. McCormick boxing STAMPS

35-years.commission physician for over

Saturday, at the Miami Beach "
Auditorium we were honored .
by an exhibition of the manly !
art of fisticuffs by that poet FREE
1 laureate of the squared circle,
Cassius Clay, to benefit the

United Cerebral Palsey Fund.In .
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the. opinion of this writer .. '
he boxes as well as he talks and :"I

he is a very articulate orator.In AWARDED AT 7 P. M. BE HERE YOU MAY BE A WINNER! I '

Sunny his'The forthcoming Bear' Liston bout I with am Just visit Roosevelt Savings any time prior to award to enter your name. No transaction necessary. Three big prizes In

looking; forward for an exciting Green Stamps, redeemable for marchandise of your selection.

Ifc'Hews other Rudy sparring, Jeff Davis with Harvey his- See and hear the entire festivities broadcast live by BUTTERBALL over Station WMBM, 1490 on your dial, starting at'. .

Codey Jones they gave him 6:30 P. M. See charming CARMEN DOUBRECHAT as your hostess I I
a great work out.

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Frank Freeman, former r i
amateur fighter, has turnedout
to be one of the all time p0M ,4,

greats In announcing the fightson '. ,"
TV and at the auditorium. ,ii,',
Frank boxed four-years, he was Deposit
in the first Golden Glove show, :gyp as t tt tt .
and has been announcing for for e"ertl e 1 ,
one :
six yeras, Frank Is now Sales! Green Stat"P' to an xlstlng \ i
manager for 100 add q
the real estate account or y N
division neW ). 6 titllE/ ,
; J. J. Kislack Mortgage i a onedeppSitOr
open ,
firm whether to slamsto any Y
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Sid Glick boxed from 1922 to (maximum ted dividend account :
1928 some of the greats such antlel P every
as Jimmy MacClarnin, Samm eUr t SUR ED
Mandel. Jack Johnson and 4 1.4% : \N

Charles Miller, Sid helps out at compounded q Card by an ageny "
the fights and wrestling shows. paid and III oath l0 \0000 Government
,, 20th> og eVei'3' \ of the'u.S'
The kid learned his vocation Save by the lets
1 in an easy manner. Minus est froJll ------------.----.,
amateur experience he dared enter later # "
the I
professional domain of
boxing.He '" I .
stepped into the gloves and ,/r I MIS ".W./" Awe...,Mml! ,".,w.C.nll.m.n I
a ring and declared ,
"I'm :Atttchtd It my hock'In th.amount of f.. on,",,"?, I Imy
ready to learn" and Pitm open.n MMiinl 'In Iho name (how* Mow tnd,end m' I
learn he did. ,/I pe..booA tifnttur tut Ind 100 |i"" lUmpt lor Nell
E multiply*$50*nclos 4.
being to
lJaAfter exposed
of the gloved art, he & LOAN NAME.-" .....".._.._.._....._..___ I
trained with neophytes of like SAVINGS ASSOCIATION I JOINT OTHfft ACCOUNT NAMC: If ...... "_HA'.A_'_'' I
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CARDS MEMORIALS .iE.A: FHS'1 great-grandchildren.ALVIN MARLOWE HILL, Get Technical

infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
James Hill, 16410 NW 162nd St. Training
: THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. RflHGE Rd.,' Opa-locka, died Jan. 25.
1 I, Chapel services were held Tues-
,, PAGE 12 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1964 day at 230: pm. with burial in ,LACKLAND AFB, Tex. -
Ia.r: MRS. ROSA MONTGOMERY Evergreen.MISS Two Miami, Fla. men have been
GIBBS of 3004 SW 26th St., W. selected to attend technical train-
Hollywood died Jan. 25. She DAISY WRIGHT, 1447
courses following here.
IN MEMORIAMIn was a resident of Miami for 11 NW 5th Ave., died Jan. 20. SheIs .
MRS PEARL KEA 5746 months prior to her death. Surviving survived by a sister Mrs. Airman Alvin W. Carswell,
SW 18th St. West HoIiywooddIed are a son, Willie; four Laura A, Haley; three nieces, son of Mrs. Willie M. Carswellof
Jan 23. Services Saturday grandchildren and 15 great Mesdames Selena Jackson Edna
loving memory of our Thomas and Lorraine lover) 3230 NW 51st St., will attenda
2 p.m. in the chapel. Remains grandchildren. She was shippedto
wife and mother. will I repose in the chapel 4 p.m. Utahsville, S. C. for final Funeral services were held course for water supply
._.> 4 Friday. Survivors are her rites. Thursday at 3:30 p.m., at Friend. and sanitation< specialists at Ft.
,,i mother, Mrs. Elizabeth How- ship Baptist Church, Rev. J. E. Leonard Wopdt I Mo. He is a
,,\ .. ard, two sisters, Mrs Elvira AARON WILLIAMS of Jenkins, pastor. Final rites in Northwestern
graduate of High
:: Whitlakei and Mrs. Evelyn Princeton, died Jan. 24. Thereare Millen, Ga.TOPPY ..
Gibson ** no known survivors. Ar- School.
\ EDDIE 19G9 NW 3rd
rangements arc incomplete. Airman Edwin A. Roberts,
EARNEST GARDINER, 160 Ave., died Jan. 25 Services were
1526 NW Fifth Court, will re
NW 8th St. died Jan. 22. Arrangements DANIELS conducted Wednesday at 12 of
LATEECIA Memorial main at Lockland to a
noon at Gamble
are incomplete. 2181 NW 70th St., died Jan. 20. air A
course for policemen.
SurvIvors are a brother, Willie Church of God In Christ, ElderJ.
She was the 2-year-old Daughter of Boater T.,Washington
cousin Mrs. Eliza C. Jackson, pastor. Remains graduate
Young ,
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dan- airman at-
School the
: Miller. were sent to Daytona Beach for High ,
iels. Also surviving are a sis- burial. A brother, William, and. ended Florida A and M Univer
DRWIN BIZZLE of 2100 NW ter, two brothers, a grand- several other relatives survive. I sity.
mother and grandfather and a
Vd Ct. died Jan. 25. Arrange- '
nents are incomplete. great grandmother. Services GEORGE BERRIAN, 1555 NW I
neld Thursday in the chapel.
55th St., was a victim when his
i home burned Jan. 26. His sur-
y. MRS. ELSA ORCLEA LOG- vivors Include his wife, four Plan now ,to attend
loving memory of o u r AN of 1350 NW 53rd St., died sons, three sisters and three
l lulling mother. Jan. 27. Survivors are her hus- brothers. Services and burial
band, Candido, a son, Emlllo; will be reld in Adele, Ga. JabberwockTHURSDAY
two sisters, Lucille Dennis and
Melva Dennis. Services held on

Thursday in the chapel. Plan now to attend FEB. 27

..AIRS ISABELLE LAMBERT\ NW Sth Ave. died Jan. 26. Sur- ;1 8, P.m. '.Tic TO- -
who departed this )life January vivors are five daughters, Mes- FEB. 27
29, 1963. dames Mittie Gardner, Hazel Miami Northwestern
May she rest in peace, and Collins, Ada Bell Jenkins, Mary 8 p.m.
) )light perpetual shine upon her. and Shirley; two sons, Matthew Miami Northwestern
J John Lambert, husband :md Robert, three sisters, Mes-

Hansel and Wilson Hlggs, dames Corrlne Bell, Mary .. N, .- -.+FN.-.... .N---...............--u-N..-NHN+.HN.1Hr
sons Washington and Ada Mae Powell t
.v'o, .
And Family ,
a brother, Lee Owens, 21
vii. <. r, ::"!o g" :;t grandchildren and three great-

: ,..." 1;',iJ ',tJ" f,', grandchildren. Services Saturday Low Down Payment Homes0
MEMORIAMIn j:'fI' :, ,. l, at Antioch Baptist Church
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sad but loving memory of jt, \ J'i> MRS ELLA TURNQUEST
il'' t "," # .:! Attention! Professionals. See this gorgeous, large
our dear sister, i 78G5 NW 51th St. died Jan. 27.
ANNA R. MITCHELLwho :' .S"' "> ,;.t..:.;,\\:" <: '( ; : Her survivors are her husMand, CBS 3-bedroom, 2 bath, extra large ''Florida room,
departed this life January t.Jr, /'"''''","1" ,to" ":" ,v ,,:.4 Henry, a daughter, Mrs. Helen dining room, carport, utility room, appliances,
28, 1919. \" "" ," {.v Smith, a sister, Llllie M. ONeal; tral air conditioning and central heat. Patio in
No knows of the sadness brother Columbus
a Stephans,
Only those who have lost can MRS. CALCIE CULMER and three grandchildren. She sprinkler system, many other good features. cen-I
tell. i who left us February 3, 10 to.i will be shipped to Greensboro, : area. Total $17,500, $3,500 down. Extra lot
the voice saith
Day by day
Of the grief that borne in I Ga. Friday. .
silence come enter thine eternal home. I o
For the one we loved so well. ,\sklng not if we can spare, .
The Family This dear soul it summons MRS MARILLA GLOVER of CBS beauty, 2-bedroom, screened! front porch, hard-
there. 3147 NW 42nd St., died Jan. 28.
Lcuves'to mourn: Survivors are eight daughters wood floors, tile roof, carport, appliances, carpeting,

IN MEMORIAL! Mrs. Zillle Jones, Mesdames Gertrude MIngo, Re- many extras. Only $10,200, $350 down, $63 month.
Mrs. Ella Hobbs, daughter becca Grant, Cleo Parks, Dorothy Owner pays closing costs.
Edward Daniels, son MIngo, Pansy Harris, Bernice -
In sad but loving memory of Five grand children Smith, Alberta Eason and I I.I -0---
the late, Eight great grands, five Maggie Young, two brothers,
REV. PETER J. JOHNSONwho sIsters, three brotrers Rev James and Sylvester Gar- Live rent free. Duplex, two 1-bedroom apartments.
passed away with a smile ris, two sisters Mesdames Pear
$8,500 total
$80 month
no qualifying 1
apt. com-
the hand
and a wave of on lee Walker and Aleana Gary, 37 ,
IN MEMORIAMIn pletely furnished Screened
February 9, 1903. grandchildren Services Mon- front porch.
Sleep on dear loved one, day at the First Baptist Church
Sleep on and take your loving memory of our of Brownsville. -- -
peaceful rest devoted mother and wife, I

you best. who departed this life January Jr, 1245 ,NW 50th St. died Jan. PAYS TO DEAL WITH
Mrs. Irene Johnson 21, 1950. 29 Survivors' are his widow,
And Children The Green Family Mrs, Edythe Bragg and .his SHELL
patents, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony REALTY
I W. Bragg. Services Friday in

Your, silent saleman-A classified ad! the chapel, He will thereafterbe : 4260 NW 7th Ave. 758-5551
sent to Springfield! Mass.

I --- MRS. MARY t ISRAEL of ................. ............ .......

imOWAUI COUNTY ALUMNAK CHAPTER 001 NW 63rd St. died Jan. 30.
J ; She is survived by a cousin,

I'' PRKHKNTB> more, I' la. Arrangements are Incomplete BURY
1 ,

See "Cnnnonball" Addeilj and hU Sextet at the MRS. CLEM IE SWEET, 1400 YOUR LOVE ONES' NO
NW 60th St. died Jan. 30. SheIs .
Fort Lauderdale National Guard Armory survived by her son, Ishon

::1 400 8.W. 24th Street and five grandchildren. Ar- CASH OUTLAY y!I
'I \\1' rangements are incomplete.
;, Monday, February 10, 8 p.m.
Get tickets at Ninth's Travel Bureau

llOt N.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami ALBERT SOCIAL SECURITY . . $255.00

1435 NW 61st St., died Jan. 23. V. A. . . . . . $250.00
i His survivors Include mother
and father, four sisters and two
brothers. Final rites In Summerton TOTAL FUNERAL $505.00

: NW 3rd Ave., died PHILLIPS Jan. 24. 1810 His CASH OUTLAY $000

wife, Alice; two children; father
and mother; three sisters and

N 0 one will be brother held, Saturday survive. ,Services 2 p.m., Funerals From $150 Up

.13.eati"Y9 ''t at Mt.. Olivette Baptist Church,
,Rev. I. C. Mlckins, pastor. He
will be on' view in the chapel
Friday afternoon and in the GRAVE SITE EXTRA
"Living Service for the Living" home from 6 a. m., on Satur- I

Oscar L. Range Funeral Home day.
:I M. ,Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr. 3245 NW 47th St., died Jan. 23.
Services were conducted Wedne-
1 '5727 N.W.17th Avenue day 3 pm, at The Church of
God, Elder Hester, pastor. OX 1-9151
OX lo 131 OX 1-4343 I Among his survivors are five

daughters, four sons, one sis- 4 "

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BARBER best WANTEDSSfe Dugie's Guest House Quick dally blessings. Gospel. .
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BARBER, master or beglrinerV: Open 24 hours NE 4.3851 nil Your secret and financial
Good opportunity. Apply at )problems Bee Rev E. Fields.
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Mr Stuart. See us for clean rooms at (1.1120.

Semi retired lady age 45 to Jamaica Dugie, always a
CO, share home with elderly friend Eugene Kemp Sr., of New
Rift t ,SALE lady In exchange for room and York City has been visiting
FOR RENT duties.l/oard. Phone OX 1-1090, small.} 2)ti I 1S.W. 47th St., Miami with his son and daughter-in-
law, Mr, and Mrs. Eugene i
USED FURNITURE for 3-bed. FURNISHED 1-bedroom Kemp of Miami.
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at Blue Note Bar, 5211 NW 17 OX 12426.LOVELY Monday thru Friday 1276
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NW .
SECTION, 2 duplexes. apt for one ) .
person, $15 week. Vrli m, ro.TruNM
large lot, furnished Nice house FOR SALE; .
or unfurn on corner lot $20 y I 4, fntf'--N lost Urn-IHwariiripon
one or both. Price reasonable. week, NE 5-5506. $100 Down Correction of Rupture, ieduelugUrine a
Phone 754-5155.exemption and FHAAh' A NICE, CLEAN ROOM, furn. 3318 NW 68th St.j j DR. LONtt'B CLINIC Blood Test '
In IMS $ A pcnciiil hrulth ear aut
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tlplrN 2-5 A cute home
199 NW 4ht St. on nicely
3-bedroom, Fla F7 fenced lot. In good neigh- '

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garage. House on 3 lots. NW 55 St. NE 3-DD08. $100 down and move in to- COURT ORDERS SALE
COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD CLEANURN day. Payments leas than t
of ROOM .
with i
good furniture tools .nodern rent. Don't pass this buy
garden bath and
tools] must sefl!1 fast. 4032 NW kitchen. Call OX 14861.nicely furn up. Owner at PL 72586. OF PROFESSIONAL BUILDING

23rd Ave., rear. Bargains. Newly decorated inside and At 15035 NW 22nd Avenue

DUPLEX HOUSE, fl naOM,furn., 2 bath, OlU. ,.
HOUSE $6,500 total not water. Money maker : = x I 'Opa locka Florida
price clean. $= ::; : > x ,
Leaving -"
fast. Zoned for town.business Must R-2.sell 331-3177.1817 NW 5th Ct., phone I This modern professional building containing in excess -

Owner, 4032 NW 23 Ave of 2,600 square feet and wired for heavy-duty

$79 MONTH, 1-BEDROOM furn. Cottage $15 Attention medical equipment contains a reception room, 12 I
CBS, Big: living pays all. Like new a wk. Apply at 1931 NW 58 St. I private offices and three tile baths. In addition,
room, big, nice Phone NE 5-8915. Home OwnersFor :
kitchen, best area. Only $11,500 I there sire laboratory facilities and! a utility room. ,

Kori total, $350 down. Call A. Ben- VICE or double furn. quality building : The building is completely ducted for air-condition I

nights, Realtor PL 714 NW 62 St., ooms. Cooking if desired. Good ing and there is adjacent parking for a minimum of
43431. 9-5533, days PL location near school and I:1us.I : additions and remodeling : eight cars.

2050 NW 5 Ct. Call PL 9-2CG5. PL 4-0655 The trustee will accept for presentation to the court

NEAR BUS LINE. Nice 2-bed- I BEDROOM HOUSE all offers in excess of $22,000.
room CBS, Fla. room living I
utility porch, nice yard, rear room, dining room, kitchen, .. ,
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Rev Roscoe Jackson pastor GOD OF PROPHECY

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1964Churches Sister Netta Kelly reporterThe Bishop R. 23. Davis, pastor 0. W. Foster, pastor

Elder H. Cox, reporterWe Bro. Casey Graham, reporterWe
officers and members
regret the sudden deathof
the pastor and members.
would like to thank all of
our our church mother Sis. Hattie -
invite to attend church
many friends and sister Black which occurred dur-
with us on Sunday, where
\ churches for accompanying us will hear the gospel preachedin you ing our last Sunday night ser-
to our new church on last sunday -
vices. She was a pioneer member -
its fullness. We also would I
: j jI' I ; also those that stayed and like to heart felt I who will always be remenlttered -
' f worshipped with us on Sunday thanks for express : as a shining light in our
I': your cooperation on :
', I II night we are thankful to you. last amen corner. She had always
Sunday we were blessed to
Our pastor preached his first i worked untiringly and willing
official visit
an with us:
sermon in our new church on 1y with the church She was
District Overseer
Sunday night to an overflowing Bishop Henry the widow of the late Rev.
Curtis and it did hearts
our goodto
congregation. Fred Black. Services will beI

'tifl Macedonia can truly say, "The hear him preach. The power I I held Saturday at a time to be
of God with in
was a great
Lord is on our side, and we are announced. ,
truly thankful" I way.We I' The pastor's anlversary will
will in church
see you on
M 1 1i We are asking all of our many continue on Sunday with services -
: friends to pray for us that we Sunday.ST. as follows:

may continue to grow in grace. \\At 3 p.m. Antioch Browrysvllle -
Worship with us on next Sun LUKE BAPTISTRev. Rev L. W. Stephenson.

I ; You welcome.ST At 7 pm., Ebenezer Baptistof
JI day. are always P. W. Willams, pastor
Hallandale, 'Rev. F T.
Mrs. Bunesba Green
I reporter

I PAUL AME CHURCH In behalf of our pastor mem- I I Thomas Communion, speaker.will be served at
Rev T. C. Kelly Jr.. pastor bers and especially the No. two
the close of night services.
Mrs Lea Cray, reporterSt ] Choir of St. Luke, we take this Pray for and visit the sick.
method to thank the different
Paul was at its best Sun-
choirs that rendered music on
day, beginning with Sunday BETHANY S.D.A.
our program, last Friday night.
I Rev. R. L. Woodfork, pastor
School James reviewedthe
Also the Rev. J. W. Stephensonand
God lesson. Sunday, was Youth Eryclna Rahmlng, press sec'y
of to congregation of Antioch M.
2500 NW 50th StreetOn
Day with the junior choir
i I I I Baptist Church of Brownville

furnishing the music with M1'II'1! .i for a highly spiritual service on last gabbbath all roads

Meet Cohen W. Robinson at the piano. Th last Sunday afternoon. led to Homestead where the

at Temple Junior Ushers also participated The public is cordially invitedto South Florida Federation was:

! m the youth day. Acknowledgement a weight party, Saturday\ being held. The A. L. Lewis

, The State Evangelist Convention of the visitors was by Miss. night, Feb. 1, at 8 p.m., in the Elementary School cafetorium

I of the Church of God in I Joyce Champion. dining room of the church, 1790 was the lovely setting for this

Christ of Eastern Fla., will convene TEMPLE BAPTISTThe Our visiting minister was NW 55th St., sponsored by the most spiritual gathering which

i at A, M. Cohen Temple, Rev. Theodore Roddy. He small Young Matrons. Mrs. I brought young as well as old
Red Circle and Sunshine preached from his soul. The
1747 NW 3rd Ave. Elder Jacob Geneva Darling president.The from all over South Florida.
Cohen pastor, E. D. Johnson, Band will sponsor a dinner visiting minister for the even- second Sunday, in Feb.;, The host pastor was Elder R.
sale at the home of ing was Rev. David Williams '
State Bishop, Mrs. G G. Gamble, Saturday will terminate our annual rally, : L. Woodfork; the keynote
Mr. and Mrs Mose Harris Both ministers are from St. i'1
hour Prof.
State Supervisor; Dr. S. Ed- We are looking forward to a sUc speaker of the was
of the Mat- James AME Church Love Feast
parents president,
ward's National cessful day.M'f. Jimmie Crown, a 1955 graduate
state president *
A. Harrie National tie Harris, 2022 NW'3rd Ave., Friday. Communion is Sunday. of Oakwood College: and pres-
I' Evangelist ,
k ;
apt. 6, beginning at noon. Do-
I CARMEL BAPTIST ently a teacher at Bunche Park
J State Elect
Evangelist Lady.
nation $1.00 Phone FR 95396for
j Rev, ill A. UruUiey, pastor Elementary School.A .
Everyone is corrdially invit- delivery. Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor Christine Cohen! porter very powerful sermon in

ed to attend. Meeting begins Baptism will admllstered Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter. which Biblical characters were
Feb. 4-10. There will be ser- "The chain of love disconnected narrated to give example of
the God
Sunday Our to
during morning Dally Prayer
between God and Man"Thartks who
i fearless
vices daily morning and even- young people
service weather Should Bet:
ing. Morning worship begins at 1 permitting.The I tb Rev. McCarey for this I stood: firm in perilous times.
choirs will and and
Lord heart
sing Jointly keep my keep
that filled of the "In
theme day,
10 a.m., evening worship at 8 p. message
Lord's Supper will be administered hand soul I
my keep my pray development
m. Churches of all faiths are our hearts with love. Times Like These", saw -
Woth services.
invited to come and enjoy this at keep my tongue to speak Thy The 2nd Sunday, in this month} through song and ser-
all the
great evangelistic meeting with The Male Chorus will spon- praise, keep me way. will be our Junior choir aniver-
We are thankful to God for mon.The
us.Thanklng you in advance for sor ateaat3:30p.matthe: sary. Won't you come and en- melodious voices of
the He has and
your cooperation. home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred way kept us, Joy this great day with us? Christian youth combined
the glorious time had
I Dean, 558 NW 19th St. and the we Bible Classes every Tuesday, themselves to make a huge
Sister Corine Dunn, state sec. Missionary Society will spon- throughout the day. at 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting every Federation choir, under the
and reporterST. We have a number of sick direction of L L. Farrington.The .
sor another at the home of Mrs. Tuesday at p.m.
members on the list, some home and shut- music echoed tho entire
Thomas, 1838 NW 3rd Ave. Remember the sick
and others in the Let
from 4 to hospital. the universe! in auditorium
6 p.m. in all over : your
us visit them, speak a Word of The South Florida federation -
dally prayers. Bring someoneto
JAMES AME MOUNT SINAI BAPTIST encourgement, pray for them cnurch with this Sunday. includes churches from
Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor 1419 N. W. 5 Place Who knows on tomorrow !it West Palm peach to the deep

Bert Cooper, reporter Hev. S. A. Thomas Pastor may be you.Visitors MT. TABOR south Key West, where the next

, For the first time in the his- Sunday night we were reas- are always welcomein I \ tory of the church the trustees sured of God's love and its our services. Rev. P. S. Brown, minister We can truly say that our

were elected by the members power to cast out fear if we Miss Dessie Crockett reporter Federation officers did a magnificent -
II NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. job In the preparation
live in with
according to the rules of the
Him. Are you a Zacheus, who re- planning of this highly spiri-
AME Discipline. Heretofore W. E. Sims pastor cleved him joyfully or are you tual event.
trustees were appointed by the A. L. Stephens, reporterOn the rich ruler who went
There will be a tea Feb. 10 young The president of the South
pastors. It was the wishes- of at Leonard Baldwin's home, last all officers away grieved The messagewas Florida Federation, David Pern-
the pastor. 3090 NW 48th Terr., from 4 to were installed for the, The filled with the spirit and berton and secretary, Launlta
6 It is year. most inspiring.Sister Gaiter welcomed all the visitors
Of 38 nominees 19 were selected p.m. being sponsored as pastor chose for his theme
by ballot. There were an effort towards the Men'sDay "Take Your Rightful Places.'' E. Wilkinson, one of Mt. and visiting churches.

varied opinions to this procedure drive. The officers were given their Tabor's dynamic leaders, is Sponsors: Revs. J. Hlnson.} R.I. .
Spearheading the greatest ... Woodfork R. Sloan and C.
but the members did voice duties and the pastor asked for proJect ,
i their approval and selected a FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST the prayers of the church fro I of 1061: The Church's anniversary R. Craig.
which will terminatethe
strong group of men and women Rev. J. E. Jenkins pastor all that were serving this year. ,
to "see after" their church.In Ruby Lee Carr reporter All ushers are urged to be present third Sunday, in March. TRIUMPH CHURCH

turn by standing vote, Bro. Our pastor is expected to deliver and on time ,this Sunday, i I The set goal is $10,000. Each Prince H Mobley, pastor

Lee Wright was chosen chair- both morning and even- throughout the day. Communion member and friend of the com- Sis. C. McKinney, reporter
ing sermons and every sermonhe munity is asked to please support -
man of the board. will began at 7 I
delivers, ,they make you feel The directress of the p.m.Junior I I, this project; morally, Last Sunday was no excep-
\\Also in this reorganizational like old-time revivals.We spiritually and of course, fin tion from the other Sundays
Usher Board wishes thank all
to and the services throughoutthe
i meeting Bro. John Hall wasi ancially. Each member will be
regret to the of the Juniors for serving so day most wonderful.The .
i elected chairman Steward announce contacted by one of the chair were
I t Board No. 2. passing of one of our members beautifully on last Sunday, at men captain, or co-captain. noonday services were

Sis. Daisy Wright. Ser- New Mount Morlah Baptist 'Dinners will be sold at the very uplifting.Please .

I 7 r The first sketch or drawing vices Thursday. The pastor of Church for their Youth Day church Saturday, Feb. 1. For don't forget our revival
J I' of the ficiated. Our program. We will be expectin is still
proposed new building deepest sympathy dinners call OX1-75G2 and they meeting In process
r fj to be erected shortly was Is extended to the family and you to respond, equally as well will be delivered directly to and the Lord is truly blesslnjf!!
shown. For this step forward also to Bro. and Sis. Wilbert this Sunday night. \ The saints are seeking the blessing -

\ in modernizing St. James a Gainey, members of our church All ,visitors are always welcome :- you.Mt.. Tabor says, Happy Birth- of ,the Lord as never be-

building committee was selected whose grandmother died. Our to worship with us. day to each member born in the fore. Won't you come out and

headed by Bro. Edward prayers and get well wishesare month of February.ST. hear what thus says the Lord?
'Brooks. His co-workers are extended to Little Sandra GRACE PRESBYTERIAN! Our pastor has been preaching

Bros. Willie Nicholson, Willie McGowain who is in Christian Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor out of the depths of is heart.
I !{ Scott, Mrs. C. Porter, Leroy Hospital and Bro. Jimmie Lee 5129 NW 17th Avenue Rev.. H. V. Stuart

.I Brown, Mrs. Ida B. Moseley, Austin in Jackson Hospital and Condolences to Mr. and Mrs. Miss Major, pastor NEW PHILADELPHIA M.B.
;H White, Mrs. Martha all of our members who ill. Dorothy reporterWe 915 NW
are Fred Miller and family, in the all the 62nd Street
Nicholson enjoyed splendid
\ Dallas Stroud, Miss loss their relatlfe Rev. W. H.
We cordially invite visitorsto of Mrs. Sceiv which was rended by Washington, pastor
Annie Jackson, Theodore worship with us in our ser- Allen who was funeralized program usher Board number two. The The following program,; of
Mackey and E. Wallace vices. Monday, at Trinity W. M Mistress of was events will be held at this

1 1M Due credit was given to the Thought for the day: Every Church.Our Men's Day drive is moving Mrs. Bertha Adderly.ceremony Mrs. Ad- church Service for observing the pastor Installation:

early builders of the present gift Is an offering, but not into full swing. We thank aU derly did a very splendid job. Monday, Feb. 3, St. John
edifice who have left a solid every offering is a sacrifice. So members as they their The speaker of the afternoon,
support Baptist Church 7:30
: Rev.
I' p.m.
and Mrs. Miller in-
foundation in structure we should give sacrificial captains.As speach was very Theford Johnson
_... will be the I pastor.
concrete In its entirety. It was -- spring. Sunday
the month of Jan. comes
Feb, 4, Night of
asked that those who are not SALTERS first Sunday there will be testimony
to a close let us be sure that Fellowship! choirs of the city.
In accord with the program do v. H. J. Benson na tor we are to date with our weekly service after which theLord's )II Wednesday, Feb. 5. Browns-
others to have Supper will he served
not Influence Flossie: Marshall reporter Sunday envelopes. I ville
Baptist Church 7:30
their ideas.. Sunday was Crusaders Day atSalter's A warm welcome to all in the Both choirs will sing Jointly Rev. Randolph Thompson: p.m.
\ pas-
members Chapel, the last Sunday, Halls: )) of Grace. morning and night.SHILOH tor.
It is urged upon the In each month, and the Women

that they do not forget that Ministers have charge all day. MT. CALVARY BAPTIST'I BAPTIST Thursday, Feb. 6, St. Paul'

the fourth Sunday in FebruaryIs Sister: Flossie Marshall broughtthe Rev. A.1.' Gritfln pastor! AME Church, 7:30: p.m. Rev. T..

Homecoming and each one message for the morning.At Rev. S. Atchinson. pa tnr Si*. ('' M Mvles. reporter C. Kelly, pastor.
1395 NW 69th Street Friday, Feb. 7, St. Mary'sBaptist :
Con 5tancp Cartor
I Is obligated to pay a certain as- 3 p.m., a wonderful Missionary rppn"'Ar On Thursday night the Church 7:30 p.m. Rev.

sessment. This amount shouldbe program; sister Bessie We had a glorious time church at large will render ser- W F. Tanner, pastor. '
Jnckson: Mt. Zion AME Opa- throughout! last Sunday. The
In the hands of your captain locka brought the message, with spirit of the Lord was high. The vice at Antioch Baptist in behalf Sunday, Feb. 9, Mt. Olivette
of Rev. Foster's 26th
the of the an- Baptist Church, Rev. I. C.
; by beginning Rev.-sister Maggie Green, sneaker for the morning was niversary.Remember. Mickens

evening service. Remember we Greater Bethel AME giving the Rev. Curvin, and his subject Sis. Claudia Bry pastor.

are eneavorlng to make St. closing remarks. This! programwere "'<)s: "ThE're'never was" a man ant and family In their be- The public is invited to come

James a little more commodious sponsored by Rev.-slster :like this man Jesus. reavement. Also remember to and worship with us and help
Claudia Roberson, who also was Brother Whitehead had avery make this event
a great and
and more comfortable for the speaker for the evening fine trial sermon.; aU of pray and visit the sick and memorable one. Dinner \vill be

r the pleasure ,of worshipping service. A number of vistors 1 these sermons were very well shut-ins. Eller $<*K Wlhriont:. at served: after the service Sun-

the Master. were present. ielivered. i' home. !day. Everyone, is welcome..


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AME laymen To Mayor Guest Speaker THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. I

We are having our first ,
meeting to organize a PTA at SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1964 PAGE 15

Support Bishop o Ban Glade itTPe View Honorable Elementary Robert School.King

High, mayor of Miami, will be Ip
our guest speaker. Mrs. Ben r-------- .'
In the capacity crowd attend. Howell, the president of Dade
ing the Annual Presiding Elders' County PTA Council will be in ,
Council of the AME Church, MT. HERMAN AME charge? of election, Mrs. Annie I I 1
meeting In the Mt. Olive AME RcvCHURCH Lois Hell, chairman; Leonard 160 BONUS TRIPLE-S BLUE STAMPSPLUS
Church, Orlando, last I ,pastor \VaUm n, principal. I
were prominent! laymen I
every conference in the Feb 2, i* Commu- STAMPS
Episcopal District ( ) )'. The pas ')1' is ask. HOPE BAPTIST B when presented to I
The laymen had members to remember Rev J. B. niacknell pastor I
Orlando at their own < is i the day of oUr Bert Cooper, reporter 1'1
to let Bishop William F. < Hread and drinking No. one choir will be selling
the Presiding Bishop of obedience to our Lord dinners on Saturday, at the
Church in Florida know Jesus Christ who church. Anyone who desires to I And Laundry I
the responsible Laymen the remission of sins. purchase a dinner please see
Church are In full accord 1 any choir member or call PL I. 1 5390 NW 12th Ave. I
him, and with his j yeCotest ethat 8-0133. |
Missions 1 Church extension Don't forget to pray for our Miami, Fla.
Evangelism. The Uishop on Feb. 9. All I
and shut-Ins.
not expect to be greeted by ] clubs are reminded I PROVIDED A PURCHASE OF $3. OR MORE

a large crowd of Laymen; your baby ST. PETER'S CATHEDRAL I IS MADE AT THE SAME TIME I

"I am surprised to see so !Attention! All Rev Richard Grant LIMIT: 1 COUPON PER FAMILY _

of you'. Speaking; but I am further happy on Feb 2, 1964 ORDIXATIOX, OFFISH EXPIRES FEBRUARY 0 I
you" E. League will have its CONFIRM AT10X
ing administration the at Mt. Herman. All Sunday, Feb. 2 11 a.m. The 0034 E.. IaEI 118 mill E Es! 'n no n MB B HI BaaS
revealed that
hop old members are ask Feast of the Purification of the
Ministers were promoted <1se come out and help FJVM will be a day of rejoicing
the annual conferences, and
for all the African Orthodox
our chap-
one was demoted. Bishop Sunday evening, the Churches of the Southern Jurisdiction CHAS. MARTIN'S .
also let It be known that
the church displayed at St. Peter's Cathedral -
In Florida have more than In splendor 'We 1725 NW 31'<1. Ct.
Hundred Forty-Five The Neophytes, the Rev. I
proud of
the our youth {Parisian Room
Dollars for general and those persons who Charles M. Sands Stafford J. :
Fund of the Church last
; us in the Pew Rally. Sweeting and Arthur L. Davis
which is seventeen will be presented to His Beatitude -
dollars above the amount number, two i is s sponsor. Peter IV Patriarch by the Presents for weekend entertainmentA
previous year. At this point to Nassua. Donations Rector, the Very Rev. Charles your
bishop said "I could not : asked in this effort to I F. Cooper assisted In the sanct
done It without the \ Annual Bally Con- uary by the Very Rev. Obedlah new star-st udded show
of the pastors and contact a member Barr of St. Anne's Orthodox
Fla," Then speaking to the W.y/MVWWJM '
ticket Church of Liberty City I FF ..
and J
delegates ent of the Clestial The Ordlnands, the Rev.
the general conference; Charles M. Sands and Stafford ;
asking that all members 1ir-
whom the $
are laymen,
J.1 Sweeting will be advanced to
please meet
} on
said, "I am willing to trust
the Priesthood. The Rev. ArthurL. .
They are not weaklings, b nights. All choir mem # % %
Davis as a Perpetual Deacon
strong men and women asked to cooperate :
k ,
lov 2 the ,Church". \ Floyd in the ,\prepjra- The newly ordained priests r:4
pageant t that will will Impart) their blessings to
Prominent laymen, during the Sun- those desiring It after the sing-
to the general Conference Practice is held ing of the To I>cum.
during the meeting, each at the church The ancient sacrament of con
assurance to the bishop firmation will he administered
the Laymen of Florida are at 7 a. m., and( last- to the candidates!( at the 7 p.m.
ing for his return to Florida.Salrl 0:30: p.m. Vespers.
Mrs. Juanita Lewis I
the Florida Conference: j M
tine going to the = t tyA4i
WorK for his return."

Said Dr. R. R. Williams : ,. ;1ed
Tampa, "We are going to ;!
Bishop Ball back because ? w
what he has done. I
no man who has done as JOHNNIE HOUHUMii
for me, as Bishop Ball. I 4' ,
never forsake him". 'a : trr of the Organ
Mrs. L. R. Randall, of F8'v A
Centeral Conference said: STARRINGWally -
slogan is: Bishop Ball back
'Florida. We are on the
with Ball". Mrs. Small, of FutchThe
'ter Park said: "We are
'the general Conference to
;JJlshop Ball back home".
singing sensation direct from the Copa City

Dr. James Lewis, of New York City
ville was quoted as saying:
:are going; to follow the PLUSJohnny -
of this ship. We are going w t'f
stand by him". Mrs.
King of Dead City spoke: Rouse
want to go solid to the
Conference; let us go solid
rock". And Mr. Frank W.
liams of Orlando speaking Master of the Hammond Organ and The

the delegates from Nassua, Shiek of Savannah"
this to say: '"We are going
bring Bishop Ball back; all PLUS -
us from Nassau say so".

At the close of the Bert GibsonFormerly
meeting Bishop Ball urged
delegates and other members I with Moke and Poke Dance Team
meet in council and ,

session during the 'Your Emcee alnd Musical Host .
Day celebration at
Waters College, Feb. 1113. i FLASH WILSONAND

Incarnation Mardi -

(Gras Festival

The Episcopal Church of MAXIE NEWBOLD'S BAND ,

Incarnation is sponsoring
::annual Mardi Gras Festival -0-
:Dance. heavyweight conten we hope he will be our next
We will have our "The Greatest" heavyweight champion of the EVERY MONDAY NIGHT

on Thursday, Feb. 6 at the time out from a world.
''caYne' Terrace Hotel, corner schedule for the St. Paul AME Church kinder Biggest Celebrity Night in Town
3rd St. and Biscayne Blvd. fight with Sonny garten helps the child by:
8 p.m. Tickets are $1.50 25, to meet the ((1)) Promoting the child for --oCOMING --
may be obtained from any youth program future citizenship.
ber of the Incarnation. class of St. ((2)) Giving the child tender, ATTRACTIONS
FrOur Mardi Gras will begin Church where Rev. loving care during the day when FEBRUARY 6 12
Feb. 7 thru Feb. 11 Kelly is the pastor. the mother is away from the
the church grounds, 1835 child.
54th St.There. visited his train. I ((3)) Supervised play and Instruction -
will be attractions In the northwest com I In arts and crafts. "THE CHANTELS"Sip
all kinds games Allapatah and the (1) Midmorning and mid-
rides food of all .; at Clay's wit afternoon snack of Juice and your favorite cocktail and listen to music nightly'til
and hand made novelties. and down to earth crackers. 5 a.m. at Miami's Fabulous
for all ages children with the youth (5)) A full meal with milk at
adults. him dally and seek noon and afternoon nap on Individual -

Mardi The Gras king will and be queen crowned of and pictures. cots. 1J Double Deck Lounge

Sunday, School This kindergarten Is licensedby
the final nite Tuesday, Feb.
also there will he an and klndargar- the state of Fla., and the 728 NW 79th Street PL 1.9485
safe1. Gifts of all Mr. Clay and hopes I city and admits children from
V orvcf a year attraction. our community, and I call NE 4-3720 or NE
i;nc, 6f>me all. rvoUnjij for him as 4-Of)'8-at night call PL 11346.


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,; Dependent parents/ of deceased
''l I k ey W e.t America'sSouthernmost Veterans; recei ring't$75 per .
month death 'compensation
I\: CityI from VA,, were sent income BEACH'
\' 'I n.r FRAXlftH r. I-A I.MEnI questionnaires that had to be

I I I ,,\ . I 1 ,_.. .. T '. .. returned to VA by October 31.
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I 1 Many of them did not return "
\ Ushers' Board No.2' of : Mrs. Eva Matthews Chicago the Income cards so their Dec.
l Bethel AME Church held their was in the city visiting her checks' were suspended. This
i regular meeting Thursday at sister, Mrs Hattle Olivia. of 903. will cause a hardship but the KENNELCLUBMIAMI .. .
the church, Meeting was onenod Eirmia: St. '-..:*<, > onljT'' tentedy: Is the submission
with the president, \Ir. J of the required Income Informa-
Palmer, presiding. ,. Nathaniel Roberts, son jof. MOIV Right now veterans and'widows
.,. ''Rev. K. D. White, the past l'. Mrs': Sarah Roberts is"; ,;1i are doing the'same
Installed the new officers for i I patient at Monroe ",Gene"r. J tbJbg'.t111lng 'out their Income TOMORROW' NIGHT :
the ensuing year. Hospital. .* uft onnfl1re that must be ,,
The following officers elected dck t ?'thR"1{ ;.bX Jan. 31. Un-
I were: Mrs. Frances! E. Joseph Poitier is ill. Friends lOrvUJJeuviyi f there'win' lie many .
Palmer, president; Mrs. Cleora wish him a speedy recovery, wllo ,do, not.return u.helr1 cards f
: Lopez, vice; N. J. Ragland, secretary I II 'and whd'.W111. also nve"a hardship (Saturday, February 1st) _
I ; Miss Jean Sum- I DEATH when' their'ehecks. are su-
mers, assistant; Mrs. Llllle Mc- Mrs. Gloria RahmIng' died on spended.*
Donald, sinking fund treasurer Thursday, Jan. 23 at Monroe 11 Exciting Races a
; Mrs. Nanie B. Sawyer, trea- General Hospital after a'' shprt QUIZ'COnNERr()* I
surer; Mrs. Arlean Bessllllu, Illness. "I''
chaplain. Services Sunday at,,3p.w:;: Q. I have,:been reading andheartdgSYA.iWprnlngs
The next meeting will be from Newman M2thodtst'Church << to policyholders POST'TIME: 8:15
Thursday at the church annex. Rev, G..W. Bethel will to keep their Insurance
All members are, asked to be officiate. Survivors, are eleven beneficfarleS"Current. Do I usea
present, children, Otis Jr., husband; five special form for that I I Grandstand Admission 50c
laughters, Eartha Mae Stafford,
The Regular DeLuxe Club ,Ruth Tynes, Barbara Marie A. It Is best to do so. Forms-
I met at the home of Mrs. Flor- r Johnson, Oprella and Carolyn assistance In filling them out South end Collins Ave. No Minors
ence Jackson, the president. five sons, Otis Jr., Leander, can be obtained by seeing a Con
J Meeting was opened with the Kenneth, Arthur and Alfred; tact Representative at the Mi-
president, presiding. After tre 10 grand children, three nieces ami VA office, 984 West Flag-
routine of business was transacted and a nephew. The Key West ler.
a delicious repast was Undertaking Co. has charge of I .
Join The NAACP!

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t rI Ford Real Estate Specials! fF.y. ;


County We will help you to buy a home today

Newt "' Come by' our office. No closing costa to pay

1-1228 NW 42nd Street. Rent this $20 week

IsWalter Bowe Good for small family.

2-3154 NW 57th Street. Nice house for small fam

ily $195 down. F tEE DELIVERY DRUG

3-2959 NW 57th Street 3-bedroom, $195 down

4-1121 NW 47th Street bedroom apt. $15 Wk. Harold Jollivvtfc, Manager

The South Broward Post No. '5-1866 NW 51st Terrace. Good terms for you

8195 VFW will meet Sunday, Bralnd new 3-bedroom, 2 bath home SEC 4
Feb. 2, at the home of Comrade 6-7720 NW 13th Avenue Brand) 3-bedroom
Lonnie Johnson new
44th Ave., and
18th St., at 5 p.m. All membersare home $500 down JETTY CLINIC
asked to be present. 7-7690 NW 15th Avenue. Brand new 3-bedroom

home $500 down
'Star Light Lodge No. 542 -
\ meets Friday night, Feb 7, at 8-4711 NW 16th Avenue $350 down. FHA HOME SERVICE CALLS $1.00
8 p.m. Members, please Me pre Nice CBS home. Hardwood floors, one mortgage
sent. 9-761 NW 45th Street $25 week. Nice 2-bed- Day or NightWe

The beauticians of West room home, Florida room I Service All Makes ofHIFl's

Hollywood and Hallandale are 10-NW 11th Avenue and 37th Street, 5-bedroom I
planning their fashion, review house $300 down. Large house on a large lot and STEREOSWe
and dance for Feb. 10. I
Also Rent
We have others Down
many payments from $100

The Home Owners' Club met We are open Saturday and Sunday TV's by the week month
Sunday, Jan. 26, at the, Park or
.L>t with the vice-president. presid .
i ing. I am asking all home own: Ford Inc.
ers to please come out Wand help Realty 907 .2nd AVENUE+
us to make this club a success. .
It Is of importance to the;,communlty I 4-2044' f
Thanks'' to everyone who 569 .Wt:| 54th Street Ph. 758.8761 Phone FR

participated. Allen Bowman, I i
president; W; M. Valdez" report .. .. i. i "aA"i'&' 'aa"fc'fc'a>"*i y
er. ;.

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limit MEAT'" 10 Lb. 10 :;, 2IO., 'SIEGed'Ba' do 3 Ibs ROUND STEAKS 10 Ibs

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i :; 3 Ibs SIRLOIN STEAK Turkey Necks or Neck Bones 5 Ibs '
home of the' vice '
the presl'drnt 3 Ibs SIRLOIN ROAST
''one of our .ortlnlned: ministers. 15 Ib 8. for $8.95 Old Plantation Sausage Meats 5 Ibs All :Meat WIeners i
t Our charter"Is"' registered; In Link Sausage
)Browrai'd/ ..d,fade Counties you may substitute All Beef Rib Stew
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