The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: February 15, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00150

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", The times pre changed and we ore changed with them .

16 1964

13-Year-Old Boy Dies In '. L'id 1 rv Miami. Gets First Mixed- '

; Accidental ShootingYouth 1 .r National Bank In SouthMiami

will get the South's time In Miami that bank stock
rifle was borrowed from Davis' racially Integrated bank has been offered for sale to
Killed by
older brother. In April when the Lincoln National Negroes.; Stock subscription
Friend While i Davis called for the gun whenIt Bank of Miami opens will begin this week.In .
was his turn to !shoot, police for business at 0015 NW 7th the application to Wash-
Hunting I said. A buddy, who had already to the Integrated ington, the bank outlined a \
Eddid Davis 13-year-old loaded it, handed it to him Roosevelt Savings, and Loan market area of 75,000 persons,
youth of 17725 8\V 103rd Ave:, muzzle first And It, dischargedInto Association. 80 per cent Negro, not now'
accidentally t- Davis' abdomen. served by a commercial bank,
Richmond Heights, was Appropriately, the preliminary -
15 has'been
shot to death while The accident occurred In the 1 yR approval to organize was A target date of April
official -
hunting in South Dade Wed- woods' near Quail Roost Drive 1 iM granted by James J, Saxon, U. set for the opening
nesday. Metro police reported. and& 109th Ave. Two hours later S. comptroller of the currency, ,
the boy died at Jackson Hosi i Feb. 12 on the 155th l/lrthday
Davis and three companions
of the man the Institution was
aged 13 to 15, were hunting pital. named for
with one rifle passing It back who him
The youth passed
and forth, police{ said.The the rifle Is being held In Youth ; the. Three ten Negroes organizers.are Garth C.

single-shot .22 calibre Hall pending investigation. Miss Mable E. Edgecombo of Reeves, managing editor of the

tII 7-12 NW18th St., In Miami was 11 ami Times: Dr. John O..
cnosen wcimcsuay., as:: n4UU e; Brown, opthalmologlst: and foriov
Valentine Sweetheart. Miss "> president/ or Miami CORK; w k _rX

Edgecombc will l>e awarded a and bishop) W. P. Hall, bishopof yNnRt
fashionable wig and wig stand,, the 11th Episcopal Districtof ,
a night on the town with onedf [ the AME Church
WAME's radio personalitiesAlso ,
the white organizers
a $30 bottle of perfume by lare Among Frank M. Buchanan, insur'nnce -

Coty of Paris. executive; Stanton Sanson,,
Investor; Leonard E. Treister,
,attorney; Arthur M Lowell,, +
hotel executive; Irving Rablno- I
vltz, contractor; Roslyn Orr, 1\
assistant secretary of Roosevelt
Savings and H. L. Gregory I
n -I--4 : Insurance executive. John

kkh t1sL I I bank.1 '1'r.J 1'., Is counsel for the I <..

I Reeves, Orr. Buchanan a n d f
r Trelster are directors of Roosevelt ,
8n: Jim? Loan AHSOC- Chuck Hall polled 75,770
''atlm, which has grown to Votes In Tuesday's election to .
DA '$2,000,000 In only seven monthsof beat Winston Wynne for the I II

operation ,,. ;.;oil I 'i)>>/Ht' (Jf Aiptro fyiayor} of Dade i',, 1
HTOt'K \'J\IJ4ADLIf Er I Tho suave: and' wealthy Miami k

The bank: will be\clip 4/ I talked' ( ; proved,) a
.' will lgrfavoritecwth' ) Negro voterslit.'cuuso
ut $>00poo, and financing:
I e accomplished through t' '' .111'1 t 'i' of his frequent visits In
stock issue of 50O00hares.() -at' this community and genuine In-

$10 a share. It will ,5a'. the first ,crests In' Its 1 nrfu(rut, ;
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:r'S convention the
site for
Inspect hu lOtfl r
"ra'plh' a six-day
n -tourlof convention facilitiesin Elks August 22-28 convention. I / d
; Ruler
Louis F. Duty, Exalted
Miami: Hottion} It. Reynolds -
;Grand Exalted Ruler of of Atlas: Lodge No. 308 Miami, The King of Clubs will hold
the Improved Benevolent and standing left, and W. C). Perry, Its second program of the Win-
ProtectIvtrOrder of Elks of the,, Stato President and Commit- "'er Forum Series, Sunday, Feb,
World, and ',City."of Miami Com* tee chairman, look on. More 10, 190I, nt St. John's Baptist
missioner Stephen P. Clark than 40,(){)()'Elks from all parts Church, 3:30: p.m.
document Wednesday of the globe arc cxpetced to attend
official '
signed II The sneaker for the day will
Feb. 12 naming Miami be Dr. S. A. Cousin, pastor of.
Greater Bethel AME Church.
The entire series: of programs
T% are built around this critical
period In the civil rights crusade -

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Come and" near and askquestlon9
ISS 253S>
"; Carver High School
chorus will render music for

the occasion.; .
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1 UM-To Pay FAMU

For Classic Loss
: \

The University of Miami has r
-wed to pay: Florida A and! M
University part: of the gate
receipt loss It sutfercd from W
he unexpected rescheduling of

s k-4 .: i Miami football gome.

Miami's homecoming game
..z., with Alat/ama) : was rescheduledfrom !
the afternoon of Dec. 7
to Dec. 14 because of television

.. .... ..... conflict caused. by the death of. z
> "
''l 4..t !:iZ.ff.0tf ;r. : "' 'f" President! Kennedy and resultIng -fi ,

People. The plaque was pre- moving back of ,the Army-
Florida A
to him recently by Navy game. I
derj. Bustamante, Prime Minis11. sented Field Secretary Colin annual' Orsnre Bonm! Clawic! lJEi.itt i.' 1,
*. t ter of Jamaica,. displays the NAACP right.) wag played that night and the : i t's'., .
second from T
that he Is apaidinfull Cromwell ( I STILL TALKING The big little more. ''than talklnBundlnl. '
signifying dropIn =
plague Life Member of Looking on is the. U. S. Ambassador -, school attrmlnncp reported from a the 14,000 prevlotmyonr. title fight Is' only 10 days away I I talking baC d t. Watt. !: iJ...
the National Association for to Jamaica, William, and Casslus Clay Is still doing. brother Rudy listening.INTEGRATED w..- ...P\.
; and Mrs]
Colored Doherty
th j Ad.. (.neemeb4-cof. -
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MIAMI TIM& MIAMI FLA. Beautician MeetThe

Elks Brass Plan
PAGE 2 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15, 1964. Top Beauticians Unit No. ?
held its regular meeting Feb. 4
at the home of Mrs. Maggie

Here Henderson with the presidentMrs.

For Convention ing.. Marion Muldrow presid

r I Hobson R. Reynolds, Grand I I The Beauticians are observ-

Exalted Ruler of the Improved II Elks Issue Call for ing National Beauty Week with
Benevolent and Protective I I worship Feb. 9, at Mt. ZIon

Order of Elks of the World-a Residential HousingThe Hope Baptist Church, 11 a.m.
500,000 member organization is I All beauticians are invited to

in Miami for a three-day Inspection management of all small worship with us.

tour of convention hotels, rooming houses and pri
residences who wish to Members present: Mesdames
facilities. vate
CLARA and DEWET KNIGHT Sandra received many lovely the Muldrow Alice Lucas
I I place their vacancies with Marion ,
are the proud parents of a 9 Ib. '-, gifts. Some 10,000 are expected for Elks Convention Housing Com- Alene Scott, Ella HaJJ Martha

10 oz. son. Dewey Willard the order's convention here mittee for the week of August Edden, Mary Wilson, Virgil
Knight, III. made his grand en Birthday Wishes and Congrat Aug. 21-28. 21-28 should contact any member Williams Maggie Henderson,
trance on Feb. 7. On hand to ulatlon to: Doris S. Smith, of the following commit- Betty Collins, Winifred Brooks,
greet the new arrival and his Louise B. Shorter. Benjamin A. With Reynolds is a group of tees: Carletha Scavella, Mildred Williams -
mother on their return home Morse, Francena E. Jones Don. 16 organization officials includIng Doris Doreett.'
was Mrs. Evangeline Knight of aId Curtis Smith, A. Marie Wil Nettle B. Smith Daughter DOWSTOWSIIAII:\ ,

Daytona Beach Fla. mother of son, Nina Elayne Anders Gene- Ruler of the order. All are from Next meeting will be at the
Dewey II.CHILLY. vleve Lockhart, Inez D. Anderson Philadelphia. Mrs. Sarah Smalley, FR home of Mrs. Betty Collins 3595

Delores Covin, Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds was given the Keyto 3-3898; Mrs. Vera Wilson FR Grand Ave., Coconut Grove,
NEW YORK has John Rogers, Samuel B. Grant, the City on his arrival Thurs 4-8520; Mrs. Madge Kelly, FR Fetf. 18. Mrs. Marion Muldrow,

sent Geneva McCauley and her Jr., and twins Rowena Williamsand 6 by Miami City Com 1-3895; Mrs. Carrie Pitts, FR I president; W. Brooks, reporter.flATUtCNCf .

two year old granddaughter, Verbena Spence. missioner' Stephen P. Clark. 35884.LIBERTY I
Elisa Kelly back to our fair "We are very much Impressed -

city for a winter vacation. Gen, MRS. NETTIE SMITH, ," Reynolds said following a Mrs. Portia Bannister, PL
who spends her winters here, Granddaughter Ruler of Elks, short sightseeing trip "with Miami 1-7871; Mrs. Frankie Dunn PL
is house guest of Joycelyn Bur and Members of the Inspection as the site for our gather- 4-6408; Zeke Brady FR 4-8SS: F C C

roughs. Cabinet for the National Elks Ing. I am certain Miami will nitro Marion Muldrow, OX CASES COHSBPATtOU,
Convention left for Nassau on live up to its tradition as a 1-4704. PROMPT KELIEP
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f{ .vr1.U. > a *cg u. -.cd..
femore daysof convention
Tuesday, a great city.
.1IAZEL MOORE and daughter Mick I.Mtircljr rt.6..ctc c.i..
Ann of Nassau Bahamas warm weather. They reported All housing facilities will he FCC..,.Is.......;...I.iL.p .-..r1
were house guests of Juanita having a very enjoyablestay Extravaganza Tea Inspected and certified by members -i Llpi I M el__.....,...a p.c-.--.
CommitteeIn nJ. .. ....... --'.... 1.1. _
Na of the Housing -ly.1P
Matthews during the past week. while in our city. The The Stewardess Board No. 1 .........1. _cti" L.. ........,.., Ie
tional Elks Convention will order to determine accep- rr-rt(rtUef h.....,.U..far.**fifty,....
meet in Miami, August 1964. of Trinity CMC Church cordially fcUtf*HI<.lt .....ffVM .....L .
TEEN-AGERS are still talk- I I Invites you to attend the tance.OTHER MIAMI AREAS 'I'd"ab.> .SOi-B.g.l_.....'.mtfftf KJOQ

Ing about the swell Sweet Sixteen MR. I Extravaganza Mrs. Ellen Taylor FR 1-7083- SOS EM 61..SIKH,CLi..p>au.....60637rwt
Party that Amanda and ELLISON held a reception I Tea Sunday Feb. 16 from 4 to Mrs. Mable Robinson CR 7-8219
Lawrence Fox for their honoring their parents. Mr. and 6 p.m. A very interesting> pro-
gave (Homestead); Charles North, waltz fMMnM mur ......
Sandra Elliot at their lovely Mrs. J. C. Love, on their 50th gram Is planned at 511 NW FR 9-8451. tr cwvTvtnM IM 'TU.....,
69th Terr., home last Satu- lay. Wedding Anniversary. The affair 4th St.. Don't miss hearing this
Barbecued hamburgers and hot was held last Sunday at the great speaker, Mrs. E. J. Cow- BROWNSVILLE AREA F. G. C.

dogs highlighted the affair. home of the Ellisons. I sen. a first for Miami. ...*...H WMM..(M MfeSTCPHENSPHARMACAt.
Mrs. Willie M. Colson chairman Mrs. Iona Perry, NE 4-8315; ..
Rev. C. C. Cowsen mln- Mrs. Hester Rivers, OX 1-5554; .CO.

1 i'd i i94G 0 L i.lJ 3rr'5007O.YfiV1: i Irter. Mrs. Rosa Horton CE 5-1684; -..-a
-1 Mrs. Beatrice McCoy, CE 5-1684

I Musical Soiree For *' ruun IWU 12M J

People. I Employment To Be .. .. ......
Elks Scholarship Aired Mike' ;;:::::.i;;F Ti:: ::: -

= Places FundThe Open Mike with Hendrick J. C.O.D.r..lMtsk
4 Elks Educational Com- Berns, will discuss "Dade Em-
mittee will present a "Musical ployment Opportunities How

,itY Things. Soiree" on Sunday Feb. 23. Equal Are They?" next Sunday .........:::-.....s
from 4-4 p.m., at the home of Feb. 16. The program, from 7-

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hlggs 1340 9 p.m., will originate as usual ------
Y 7.uv yaa se s>t. eor.yia xsof.a NW 70lh St. for your entertain. live from the Hampton House.

By BERT COOPERI rates on social security taxes, nient Instrumental there will solos, vocal and Among guests will be Edward For Best Results
plus other deductions. : And audience Kerr, Information officer of the
UNDERSTAND that a oartlclpation on a musical gift Florida State Employment Ser Place
ttarbers hunt. in'The Times
group of unorganized vice.
Recently- I was enjoying a
except by mutual agreement, .
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succculent of steak and c -- -
menu ----- ---- --- -- -
are planning on a February 17 onions with brown rice, -- ---- --- - -- QQQ cc=c=c ...=..

$2.00.I hike. in price of hair cuts to string beans, lettuce gravy and tomatoes For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call

when the Madam who
wonder if these clip art-
was enjoying: TV. exclaimed
ists that are
are aware they
'Gone, NAACP! I Interrupted
about hike themselves right
to T fork of chow halfway to my !
out of business!
mouth to see what was all the -
With the situation ;
unemployment BONDED
excltment a b o u t. A pro-
among our folks a man
gram was on with a Negro actor -
of the house does himself wellto
saying his lines without
the $1.50 tab
scrape present that Southern Negro
every two weeks for a tonsorial
accent.I .

recollect something about
They are overlooking the fact rather
'he NAACP attacking, or
that although this Is a tourist
asking the Actor's Guild and
town our out of town money TV producers to cast Negroesinto

spenders don't contribute a. some of the film epics. AGENCY INC.
a slice of bread for their butter

It's the home towner the Since then I have paid close ,

hard working laborer who keeps attention to programmlnps and

their clipper dull. Colored actors, male and female
mud extras are being used more The largest collection and rental
For with this
instance pro- I
frequently now. And they are
posed hike. If you get the doing "Gone, I
a good Job.
works: Hair cut, shave, mustache AACP!" I A agency in the South; operating in
trim facial and tonic, it'sa II I

whopping $6.00 tab. Seamstress Jobs Now : t Dade and Broward Counties'

We agree with one barber
who Is against the price hike-
at least!! at this time. He thinks Open 'J HON. L. L. BROOKS Negro Housing areas.

the average man pays enough The Civil Service Commission I President ..
now. The price hike would
forte some shops out of busl- announces that applications GEORGE P. IIARTH, Central Manager
ire now being accepted for the
nfM for lack of patrons. Hair
cut business would be taken to wltion! of Seamstress. MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
The e positions are located at ,
18th Ave. in the countv or to
'he Veterans Administration 10,000 HOUSING
those shops on 62nd St. who UNITS
Hospital.! Coral Gable Fla. and
group are not of shearers.alligned with this other Federal agencies; in, the Bonded also has employment service at main office

same locality. Starting salary 4150 N.W.
The proposed hike would be: will be $1.55 per hour. AvenueA

Hair cuts $2.00; shave $1.50. All full time public relations Dept. to assist you tn solving yor probUm
qualified applicants wiltreceh'e
children hair cuts $1.50; facial C. A. Ixtckhart Director
$1.50 tonic 50 cents mustache consideration for employment -
trim 50 cents. The ladies also without regard to LOCATIONR TO 6BRVB YOU
race creed color, sex, or national -
etc.get clipped for boils, shape ups origin. Details concerning 1163 N.W. 3rd Ave ...-..... PR 3-4416 173Z3 Homestead Ave
the requirements, furthermfrmwt'on 1673 N.W. elIDe St. N.N._ OX 0MTftl r..nine .......-....___.._ CJI __

In The thMrlCf'q n -fu"ient are rcolnj of this* up.group Perhaps to he filled and about Iniltruc-tlnns the position on a tsnl .. Bftli A V '. *....._.......* If 1 S-tSRt. fA10. Jta.oanaoa M.(

but wages are still rtmvn. how to apply are given in Civil ,1l, N."'. tTth ,Ue. .. ,. MC $-1-41\6. '- -wim ..........._........_. WB a.
Service Announcement IJ!SS: vlY. end: Ave.

The best news I've heard out Number AT-6S-2 (&\). The announcement wr'tl N.W. 75U Kt .........._ OMU3S2 Ua.\-IO, <'ka _.._....
11U .
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this Is that be obtained: at -- .17
of Washington year may. ,HMI N. \\' .tnl. tt. PR j.5905
John- the Veterans Administration
Uncle Sam and Lyndon
Tins a fleet< of cars Riving door to door
Hospital Coral for tenants convenience'
son have decided to cut Income Gables Fla.,
taxes hlked-up during World from the Civil Service Informa On night and Sunday for emergency seryicj call PL 9-8733
War II by Frank Roosevelt for tion Office located in the Main MAIN OFFICE
the "duration." The durationhas Post Office Building 300 NE 1st

been long time coming.It's Ave. Miami, Fla., other Post, 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-8733

pretty hard on a fellowto Offices that are designated Civil Vandalism done by a few Is
get socked upwards of $20a Service Examining Points, expensive to all. Pl.... help .. atop this
week taken from his mere or Civil Service Commission' ) unnecessary evil C. A. I*, Public Relattoae

pittance not Including the new Offices. f'r :!

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Florida AME's Ask Return of Bishop BallBy ''j

Director of Public Relations, 11th Episcopal District MIAMI TIMES = MIAMI, FLA. '

"And I, If I be lifted up I will draw all men unto nuV-Jn. 12:32: ---

This is, the passage of Scripture that depicts the pro- I

file of Bishop Ball in the vigorous prosecution of his

Episcopal role in Florida and the Carib Island of the Ba-

hamas Conference today.

All of the confusion that has plagued the llth Episco-

pal District since the golden years' of the late Bishop _

John Hurst has been swept away by the gentle but firm

porsuasion of Bishop William F. Ball, and the stage has

been set in order for a great Missionary "explosion" of _

which signs are becoming more and, more 'apparent, like

the emerging of the forest green at the break of day.IJISIiOr .

can he given It away to some
body else, and it can only be .
taken away from him by the
authority that gave it to him. L
Therefore, In obedience to the *
higher authority of the church,
Bishop Ball made his request,
and to the man, all assessment'swere
paid, and he now holds receipts -
for $245,370.00, Budget'
money paid Into the church
treasury. A full and round report -
Is an indication of the high
esteem and great respect 32
presiding elders, ministers missionaries -
evangelists, and lay-
men have for this great and
+a1 w gifted leader.

The 4th session of the Greater
Florida Conference, a combination -
a of the Northeast Florida -'
and the Florida conferences occasioned -
the annexation of
the Bahamas Islands Conference '
by act of the General Conference !: Ji1'
lOGO convened In Bethel

AME Church, Tallahassee, Fla,
with Dr. Ira Dodson Hinson as
host pastor, and Dr. R. C. Snel-
ling as host presiding elder.
BALL Surrounded by enthusiastic! of AME Laymen Endorse
official standing from all over
There is a great deal of virtueI
the state, Bishop Ball Ret as

facts which believe boldly task, In, I setting but now impartially undertake forth the, cation.his ference standard The was response, prayer a ,of unanimous and'the dedi con Return of Bishop William BallBy

with a great deal of enthusiasm. "
"amen, as was every
Without reservation, Bishop proposal throughout: the conference IIOIIKKT: JAI MORGAN :-

Ball and Mrs. Ball have cap- season. Bishop, Ball, bv Expressing the opinions of I ward "March" In the midst of) known throughout the world. ,
tured the hearts of Florida and taking this high ground all every crises, and we have /seen! The lay delegates( to this Gen- .
the Bahamas Islands. This Is men were drawn up to him. the lay delegates to the fourth clearly that there is in him ofil: "fprpnl'p' are hold to
not so because their' Immediate coming General Conference of foundation well laid In the make known that we accept our
careers had their beginning In the African Methomst Episcopal doctrine and polity of African "*i* IV nH nn"nm'ncfpdncss' and
Miami. This is so because of Church to convene In Cincinnati Methodism. We have observed loyal obedience, and,
their Christian approach to the Ohio May\ 100-1 his religious convictions executed In the faithful discharge ofour
spiritual maladies that have and we know well that he is dutle": At the fourthcomlnir
beset this strange "land of the The 11th Episcopal I District sound, and his approach of the General Conference, we shall
flowers" over the years. embracing Florida and the Bahamas duties of his office Is a spiritual -
of the African Methodist process, and we have observed -. ,
The profile of Bishop Ball, Church has elected lay de- that there Is quality In his
; becnupo our great ntntp renuires
before Miami, was one that revealed terotes to represent the constituents work and that he puts forth
leader the
such of
n Episcopacy
dignity and great deal of the great state, ando every possible effort to do each Blfihon William F. Ball
ns ,
of Industry, happiness, dedica- task well and that William
'. the man and woman, each Bishop a man of vision who sees theFiI'OOP
tion and above all, moral cour- F. Ball has set high
"IOSPCSSCS distinguished traits of a precedence
and Is able and willing to
age. A new facet was added ra1lltM. character that have long since of giving' capable backing match the onnortunltv with
after Miami. The African period "irncd them Influential posi- to the ministry and lay service and distinguished lead I
added perseverance and tions, and because of their whatever the variety of Inte-
thoroughness. Added to all of oneness In service to others rest related to their tasks. We ership. I
these fine qualities we have their devotion to duty, and have taken Into account thatof Wo r>rp point on record unit I
obedience, compassion, and a their loyalty to the African all Important vlrtures which ed to the man and woman of
peculiar confidence In men and Methodist Episcopal Church, characterizes our Bishop, that this delegation expressing ourselves I I
their ability to accomplish In ire deemed worthy of their of the "common touch" and positively and convln-
Jesus' name. He always givesa honors. They have sterling that of outstretched arms to clnfflv for the return of Bishop I
man a chance and he always dualities and admirable virtues. share the concerns of the Wllllnm F Ball to serve Florida I
allows a man the advantage of laymen of the District, ore In his own for the term of 1964IMS. I
his wide and varied experience. Integrity and right conduct marked.We He has the strong personality I
are the foremost objects by make reference to the to match the needs of our
This! majestic profile of Bis- which they will be Judged In thousands with whom he has time, therefore, he It resolved, I
hon Ball I Is evidenced bv the
the performance of their sever- shaken hands on the groundsof that the Episcopal! Committee
admirable goals he has already nl duties In which they will Annual Conferences He Is of this Episcopal District will
achieved In Florida.. Bishop participate during this great tireless, sincere, and brotherly. exercise unfalteringly the determination -
Ball came to Florida after the I and august Congressional,: Ses- lie Is revered for his! godly gift to carry out these
death of the late Bishop F. M HALL sion of the General Conference.Each of preaching, and, whereas, laymen requests for we have studied
Reid Under ordinary circumstances In fact, all conference sessions lay delegate has a broad nre the helpers and and followers the man and can see In the future -
an executive Is almost and all sessions since knowledge of his or her DIs- of a called ministry, and greater achievements with
always obligated to carry out commissioned to cooperatewith Bishop Wllllnm F. Ball's continued ,
Bishop Boll and charming first trict needs, and needs of the are
the policies of his predecessorthe
remainder of the Immediate Lady, Mrs. Agnes M. Ball, have General Church. Therefore, the him in making Christ administration. ,
Ball been In Florida has Itccn over- accomplishments of the ones
quartrennlum. Bishop
because crowded and a spiritual success, mooing are to be exemplary on
was his predecessor doubly obligated happen to foe the dream of any hungry soul the part of each representative, Four Reasons Why Bishop
Senior Bishop S. L. Greene, and and has been looked upon as and whereas, Bishop William I
variations from the customIs the forerunner of a Missionary F'. Ball, the presiding Bishop of
any subject to censure by his "Explosion" In Florida. Florida, possesses the qualities Ball Should Be Returned
colleagues.He that have )Inspired. the confidence _
Episcopal A special feature of the of the delegates to represent ence Grant Memorial AME
did not "clean house" as Greater Florida Conference was Florida, as the delegates Resolution a successful pastor and presiding -
the alternative custom dictates. the reading of a resolution, ex- are united In taking a NUMBER ONE: elder In Florida .md was ,
With his charactristlc courage, pertly prepared, to express the; solid position that Bishop WllMam By Iley. D. A. Russell, Presiding elected Bishop In 1950 from
he called the men together, laid 'I wishes of everyone for the return F. Ball Is the "Elder of Elders, Pastor and Delegates Florida in Florida. ".
his plans before then' and pray. of Bishop and Mrs. Ball too flok"; to meet the needs of this of the 11th Eplftoopal Because of this aforementioned
ed with them. and 32 presW'np' Florida by the lOGt General OIQtr'rt' with Its multiplicity of District' (Florida). experience and sterling back- I
elders to the man pledged their Florida the I'M General Conference I ""Rrr",clblJltles: before us come Of the One Hundred years of ffround, he Is thoroughly acquainted '
full support of hl program. lie In oil there were, 'nnt ,.** four years and whereas, the African Methodist! Kplnco. ) with every minister
seven evolutions on the Florida the' Initial Church In Florida the District I Ianti I
was lifted up in 'the' spirit, and Tnnskrn prnrram pal pastor of the Eleventh
they were lifted up with him. mainland and one on the J5.nli.t- 1n. Bishop William F. mi! has hcen led on by twenty. '''" ,I'Tonal' District.
Through the power of prayer ma Islands. These lesluMoni has.. been blessed!' and he has four Bishops of the Eleventh I NITMBKR TWO: I'I,'
men and women of his snepherdiy. carried a single demand I dedicated 10) new churches and rnlscopnl! District AME Church.I Assigned as Presiding Bishop "
throughout signed by leaders of nnnther !soon" to be dedicated None of these have come to us of Florida by the Council \
the several conferences and *>ml the: purchase of land and with the strength and potentials of Bishops, October, 1062, he has j; .
During the last round of an- sanctioned by all of the mem- breaking the ground In Nassau of Bishop W. F. Ball, who come to us with the spirit of
nual conferences he was pble to bers of the 11th Episcopal DIs- Bahamas after nearly half a Is presently serving this Episcopal Christ, exercising the same In ,-
promote 41 ministers demote trict, and an all out commitment I century without an edifice In District. Bishop Ball was all phases! of his work to friends
none, and the rest left where by all delegates to uniteIn which to worship. reared In Florida, converted In and foe. If there were IndIviduals -
they were. Everyone knows that effort and remain united Florida, East Florida Confer- who opposed his election
one of the greatest responsibilities throughout the General Con- Whereas to the man and woman Church. He served this local his action toward them :',
of a bishop Is to carry out ference. Bishop Ball's move up laymen to represent Florida church in all major capacities: has been brotherly without re- :" .
the mandates of the church In to higher ground has lifted all have taken under consideration as layman, licensed to preachIn revenge.The :\
financial matters. That responsibility men up with him.Contfnued the Bishop's strength Florida, Ordained Deacon and I I spirit of the people of hC
he cannot bury neither on page H for hp task, hi. murage to for Elder In Florida. lie has been Continued dn page 14

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PAGE 4 SATURDAY FEBRUARY IB, 1964 in January. quite Interested In having more

As a civic worker Taylor was one of the founders.of women occupy top posts in the
the Negro Chamber of Commerce.. He also served as vice nation. He Is also thinking

president of the Jacksonville Civic League, and was active about women ambassadors.

Rtj in the political life of the community. ;

1" He was one of the pioneers of the School Boy Scouts, Believe it or not, Britain has

... __ __ _, ,_ __ -'_ ._ __ Patrol, and. accompanied his unit to Washington each Its first Negro special constable
He is Ashley Lloyd Blair a
year.Porcher former constable in Kingston
-- Ye Editor knew him, was a jovial and
II. K. BIG18MUND: RKBVKH, Editor and Publisher Jamaica; ,for five years He attached
GARTH liKEVHS;;, !MAiiafcing Kdltor interesting person. to.: the Gloucester police
In yon years, Ye Editor enjoyed his company twice headquartersConstable
Member of the National.. NCivsiaiierH! Publisher Association yearly when state Negro editors attended the openingand Blair will work Ina
-- i--- RiBEf CR1P'1'iON RATES commencement exercises of the Florida Agriculturaland \rj only voluntary capacity, no salary,

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX :MONTHS $.1.00 -'FOREIGN $6.00 Mechanical College, Tallahassee'' :'*c expenses.
-. .I -- -. ---r--- '.- -,. Those were the days when the late J. R. E. Lee was 1# y -.L. ,
Bnlcred ns Second f'lasr: Mflttjrr, Aup st;; 0, 1027 nf' the. Post Office 11. -
at Miami< Florida, ,nn'f'r.'th"'' net of March\ 8, 1876 president of the institution .,* Death claimed another of Ml-
Surviving are his widow, Mary R, ; son Major Portf ami's Veil-known businessmen
'Mnln."'Office jif (5740 N'.U'' 15tK: Avenue -Phonp OX 1-o.t2i- cher Taylor Jr., two daughters, Mrs. Virginia Scott and; Frank Straughter, Thursday. He
nowntownOIrl'f': 1112 N.W., Avenue Phone FR 3-22M Mrs. Betty Belton ; Fred Scott and Clarence Belton, sons-' died at the Jackson Memorial.
He real ,
Hospital. was a
in-law; Mrs. :Margaret Taylor and eight grandchildren, ,, 'I lived in Miami pf'.nepr.having for ''68

His former home .an,
The NEGRO-> PRESS I helleves that America on best lead the Isadore Singleton, another well known Jaxon, died South ,Carolina. ,

world from rnclnl' and 'national antagonism when It accords to in that city Jan. 28. Mr. Singleton, a native of Greenwood,. For many years he condut-,
every man' regardless or race, creed or color Ills human and Miss., lived in Jacksonville for 20 years. ed a grocery 'and meat market,
legal rights. Hating no man fcaiiiiR no man-tho Negro Press He was proprietor of the Singleton Barbecue Enter- at the corner', of NW 2nd Ave.,
.strives to help every man In the firm! belief that all men are prises. and 11th St later going into
I is held hack.GOOD real estate and rentals.
hurt as long as an)onn
He was Democratic committeeman of Precinct 2-C, Funeral services were held at
member of the Board of the YMCA and the Brewster Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

NEWSIn Hospital, coordinator for the Peace Corps, president, of

the Fla. State Voters' League, Navy Vet of World WarII February, 0-16 -is Negro His-

commemorating Lincoln's birthday, February '12, president of the Mary McLeod Bethune School PTA tory Week. Our schools, no

we have reason to be pleased with what happened' in the and other organizations. doubt, have been taking note
Congress of these United States on February 11. On that His survivors include his widow, Mary L. ; daughter, of the week.

day the House passed the much discussed and hard- Carol ; a son, Isadore Jr. ; Mrs. Ruth Hullit, Detroit; sister The Dixie Park Branch of the

fought Civil Rights Bill by a vote of 290 to 130. : ; three brothers, Ernest, James and Charles; father Miami Public Library celetfrat-
ed the occasion an Friday.
Now the bill will go to the Senate where it is expected and mother-in-law. During this week we should
there will be much opposition and probably some fili- Services were held from the Mt. Ararat Baptist read more Negro magazines,

bustering. However, Ye Editor is predicting the passageof Church. books and newspapers.

this bill. Perhaps the Senate will seek amending the I
bill, especially the public accommodations section, but Wednesday' opened the solemn season of Lent. Ash

this bill will pass, and it is undoubtedly the strongest Wednesday services, with the sprinkling of ashes, were we If certainly we are to could get benefit inspiration by,

Civil Rights measure offered since the Emancipation held in Catholic, Episcopal and other churches as cus- getting information from them.
Proclamation. tomary. Long ago someone said:
The season lasts 40 days during which time church- "Without education you are
Notably Representative Claude Pepper was the lone "
like a stick In the quarry.
men examine their lives, attending special services, en-
:,star from Florida supporting the bill.
deavoring to live nearer to the cause' of Christianity.
The year 1963 was proclaimed by Negro authoritiesas r Funeral services for Mr. Leo

: the Year of Freedom for Negroes.In ..-...-...---.----...-...----... ministration. nard Edden, who died on
spite of strong opposition many bars have been Wednesday evening at the Hol-
BROWSIN' lywood Hospital, were held at
taken down and hitherto unknown
opportunities are now St.
Agnes Church on Monday
open for all those who ''are qualified. To those who are .. ...ny. PAUL. HENRY. nedy The Memorial John Fitzgerald will Ken-be morning. The Rev. James Ed-
-- ----- ------ Stamp
not qualified, if the ambition is aroused, ,they should avail issued on May, 29, President den and the Rev. Lambert
themselves of the opportunities, for qualification. Former Commissioner Harold I Kennedy's 47th birthday. It will Sands officiated.
Spaet is now Judge Spaet, hav-
be a five-cent stamp. The date
Remember the following quotation from President ing been appointed to fill the of Issuance was chosen by Mrs. Father Edden is rector of St.
Abraham Lincoln : "I will study and get ready, and per- vacancy caused by the deathof? Kennedy. Thomas Church, Chicago! and is
haps my ch'ance' will come." Circuit Judge Robert H. Anderson son of the deceased. Following
of the llth district 'the funeral he left for a visit to
Lincoln prepared himself; his chance came and fin- Nassau, Bahamas.
ally, landed him in the White House.If The appointment was announced Dade County's Republican
by Governor Farris Executive Committee opened Ye Browser notes Feb. 12, as
yourself chance will in
you prepare your come Bryant on Tuesday, of this ;jits campaign for 1964 with the :the birthday of Garth Reeves
your chosen field week. nnnual' Lincoln Day Dinner at !'managing: editor of the Miami
Gov. Bryant said he was the Du Pont Plaza Hotel on Times. With other columnists
very pleased! 1 to find a man l'''cb. 13.Dinner. 'land staff members its Happy
Jewish Seminar with the background and proven speaker was t h e :Birthday to you, Editor.
ability of Judge Spaet to 'honorable Charles B. Holley,
> Responding to invitations from Temple Israel, 250 serve In this most Important Minority Leader of the Florida r
clergymen were present at the annual Maurice Gusnran position. House of Representatives. Monsignor 4-bedroom, 2 bath all fur.
Institute on Monday. ,* William Barry, pastor of :nished home
St.. Patrick's Church, Miami on" J'large
'" Dc. Frederick C. Grant1" famfciis Bible historian, Attorney Constance Baker leach, gave the Invocation. :,,80x100 lot. Can be, used fora

was( egtiapciiler'' { Msgr.. .Jafrte J.Valsh, director of in- NAACP Motley who In the represented James Meredithcase the ,..---.-.--..... --. -.------ duplex or home. i"A reel
t o:t: 'tloA A 9i. the ',Ronian'QiHhoUcvDioceso! of Miami, who has won a Senator's seat :beauty Nicely' .1 landscaped,
I. d.th! ,.f?}jipor l unity_ of hearihg.'pDr: ,. Giant at the In the 21st Senatorial Districtof Rock and Roll, No!.e.1 ,Plus many fine A,I .tures. i I. 14

c { Ot c.ll.lt1s, /year. spoke highly' of the Ecumeni-I defeated Manhattan, New York. She VOOIMISP of our limited :Listen to this'Only, l'; $500
Republican Thomas G.
rFGr t '. MT do not cater theArock; and -
Il"." t', IU : t' t/V.' .. Weaver l/y 1,294 votes-3355 to !roll crowd. Atmosphere: la our ;down ,plus a sma.. clotinp" tJ
.. I I' I 2,281 ,most ;coat fee total 'price>
\. 1 .. .,, Important commodity and I 1.
it's nil free Join the more ,$12,000. A mutt"to "see.
CongratulationsTuesday's conservative! Cocktail Loungers ;Drive by call ,5-
Dr. H Harrison Green donated z-
nt the Satellite. ,
election for a mayor ''and. Metro commissioners his eyes to the cause of world..* "Out of (111* 6742 NW 6tfi' ve.

; sent Dade County voters to the polls to elect a the blind-an but a commendable unusual contribution one. SATELLITE LOUNGE FENSTER REALTYPL
mayor' and six Metro Commissioners. 75,779 votes were 0222 N. W. 7th Avenne 9-8779

polled for former Commissioner! : Chuck Hall, giving him ... .
-"-' -'-"-'-"
President Lyndon Johnson -'--" -"-'-' I .
the honor of serving as Metro's first mayor His contes- VW N
suggests a law that would Increase -
tant, was former Commisioner Winston Wynne wages for over-time
Mayor Hall, who served for seven years as a com- from time and a half to double

mlftsioner, promises to call a meeting. ; of .leaders, from< municipalities and endeavor to get cities and :Metro work Industry hiring to use less of the overtimeby
some unem-
ing 'together; .,- It. ,
.. Commissioners elected are : Harold Green,Lew Whit- Maybe he is right, but your a ,good place to shop. Why not try us now

*'worth,* Thomas OJMallejf: !, Earl Starnes % land Hardy Browser will wait' and see how f GROCERIES SUNDRIES MEATSWe ,
:Matheson. industry and labor act upon ..
-*of. '.-:jC.v: .
Commissioners Joe Boyd, Alex Gordon and Arthur this idea. I feature
Patten elected in the "Global Portraits" has Just
were primary election.In celebrated its .first issue. The ,
extending congratulations it is hoped, that our reformed column Is distributed to news- WISEPotato
Metro government and County Manager Irvin 'papers in the United States,
McNayr will be ''able, to go places and do ,things. Bermuda and the West Indies.
The column is written by
Lou Lu Tour, whose address is
,I, : ; G. O. P. Box 672, New York, N.
''''''',' Yc Editor's Notebook' Y, Congratulations. Chips

This week we record the death of Porchcr? Taylor, I
62, Editor-publisher of the Florida Tattler at Jackson- Hcrb.1, Neal formerly director ,
k vi\\e.\\ Mr. 'Taylor died, in that city' on January 29' Chock; of I'l'll'maketing O'Nuts research 1 is now' assistant for- AND POPCORN

Funeral services were held January 31 at St Phil- pjuduction manager of J-_ ,_-
lip's Episcopal Church where he served as superintendentof the Holt :ehold Products Division -, -

,the Sunday School for more than, 20 years. of Lever Brothers Com-

Mr. Taylor, a graduate of Tuskegee Institute and ,last pany.October.He Joined Lever Brothers INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPARED

I' La Salle University, was a well known Jacksonvillian., Mr. Neal is a graduate of Harvard BEST INCOME TAX SERVICE
,, He began the printing business with, the Afro-Ameri- College and the Harvard ) o./3S? N'W' 2nd AVENUE
can Insurance Company 38 years ago, Later he publish- Graduate Business School withan Phone 374-0116
A. B. In r
-I.: '}i Ct prhe. Florid, Tattler which continued until his illness and an l M. B.degree A., in business economics ad. $2 up K.



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Great Decisions 1964How

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Broward '. II'"Irxr: II'xrIrx.rIr'Ir'FIr'lrIrVIrJrlrJ: :
can Mister Citizen come When you participate In U.J.s.r J.J.J.J.r.J..J.J.J.r. fxJ.D.U.Jf 1A'lJ .JrJ.r.lr
to understand the deeper meanings Great Decisions your opinion
that lie behind the head- really counts! At the end of County CLYDE KILLENS'S
lines? What Is the significance News
each discussion there is

for example of, of Red De Gaulle's China? recognition A- out opinion and send ballot to: for Great you DecisionsPO to fill an BjrWalter SIR Jinn( l mm l i f KMGDT111:11{ {: CLUB /'I

chance to discuss vital issues 0. Box No. 8040 Universityof
like these and to become more Miami Coral Gables, Fla." PRESENTS ,;
informed about U. S. foreign
policy is available to you right These ballots will be analysed Bove FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY; FEBRUARY 14,15,16
now. A group is being formed and the result sent to the I .
by the James E. Scott Commu- State Department. Take advantage -AI'

nity Association to participate of this opportunity to Central Baptist Church, Carver .
In the Great Decision program. learn more about the decisionswe Ranches, will be host to the S '
This program Is a series of face as a nation and as a 33rd annual session of the Atlantic The Famous
eight discussions, one each week, people in this troubled world. Coast Baptist Assolcatlon, s. ,
on key issues of foreign policy. Take part In a Great Decisions Feb. 20-23. The welcome pro- '
The first meeting will be held discussion group. gram will be on Wednesday ,
on Thursday night, at 8 p.m., .,. evening at 8 p.m. The pastor, ,' ; ..I "MR. BLUES"Admission I
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in the Senior Citizens' Clubroom Rev E. J. Clark, and assistant
at Liberty Square, 0303 NW ONE AND ONLY! pastor, Rev I, W. Hepburn
14th Ave.' The topic will be along with the officers and members : .a
World Communism All :Many folk that to the Satellite
Today. go are making every preparation B. 8.5KING
you need to participate is a go to no other cocktail to entertain the delegation !
Great Decisions kit lounge. This warm friendly and a great session Is anti
the non-partisan background house Is unique in itself. Always cipated. The public is Invited.
facts. The kits cost $1.50 each pleasant Always ntinosnhere -
and are available at the YWCA "Out of tIlO'ol.ltl.." The South Broward Post No.
I :
114 SE 4th St. Interested per- SATELLITE LOUNGE 8105, will have its Fish Fry Saturday .
sons are urged to attend. 0222 N. W. 7th. Avenue Feb. 15 at the home of

".... ....."" .... "" ....."" .....'" "" "<. ........ ..... .,..... .........."'"""' ''''' ....''''- Mr and Mrs. Lonnie B. Johnsonof -, ADVANCE $2.00 .
4220 SW 18th St., West Hol J
lywood. The public Is invitedto
WILLIS B. WALDROP'S come out and have a nightof i- ::.1 AT DOOM $2.GO
fun and games, from I 0 to 1
a.m. This post will have meet- ,',,..
ing on Sunday, Feb. 1C at the r< ..
RED BARNThe Key Club at 48th Ave. and
Pembroke Rd. '"" "'h'
The Beauticians of WeB t I t
home of the Country Souse Hollywood and Hallan ale are 5 BIG NIGHTS
thanking each and everyone
who attended their Fashion
Fish, Chicken and N. Y. Barbecue Show and Dance Monday night. FEBRUARY 21, 22, 23, 24, 25

CHOICE WINESTaylor' Mrs. E. J. Clarke Is sponsorIng .

Gordon's and a pre-convention tea on Fealuring
Sunday afternoon at the homeof
Deacon and Mrs Clifton Barr
all Kosher Winest
028 SW 20th St. Co-workers The V1vnclousMAXINE :
are asked to be there at 3 p.m. ,
f tit '

Jam Sessions on Monday, Tuesdajy and WednesdayALL ( _

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Pork Steaks lb 390 Lamb Stew 190

Pig Feet Ib lOc Hen GOLD CREST Turkeys 290 POUND


Lamb Chops 35c Bacon Ends Ib 100



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Sugar 5 Ih bag 49c BIG CHIEF SELF RISING
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HUNT'S-Yellow Cling Halves or Slices-2 Vi size HUNT'S "TOMATO RAMA"CAN
Peaches 250HUNT'S .
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I SATURDAY FEBRUARY TIMES MIAMI. FLA. Iota Phi Lambda Call Out For TalentHere George Washington
IS, 1964 PAGE 7LET'S

Installs 'Officers is a great opportunity I I Carver ElementaryI
for for musi
""" training Broadway School
Gamma Alpha Chapter, Iota cals. I I
Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc., held I Carver Elementary School
TALK an Impressive Installation ser- Ladislao Vaida, teacher of will hold its regular monthly
POLITICSBy vice at the home of Mrs. Vashti musical comedy class at Uni- PTA meeting in the school
Coleman Armbrister. versity of Miami and directorof cafeteria, Monday, Feb. 17, 19C4,
"The Vaida Singers" presently at 8 p.m.Parents.
NORMAN E. JONES: at Gallery Theater Restaurant -
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND THIS NKfiKO IN The sorority is dedicated to' in "Cavalcade of Broadway I of the 4th, 5th and 6th
.. the task of promoting interest II Musicals," announces a musical grade girls are Invited to come
---- - and efficiency of women and comedy class under the Joint to the school library one hour
We pause again in our dis-I girls In business and profici sponsorship of the City of Miami '' earlier 7 p.m., to view a special
course on the history of the I "Miss PrincessJabberwock ency. The sorority provides and the Board of Public 'I film that is designed to help -
Negro in Politics to scholarships for high school Education to be held at Carver girls understand more about
another point dramatizing bring home ? ? 1" seniors, who are Interested in High School. their growth and development.A .
I furthering their education in
inseparable relationship between ( .., the field of business educationor The purpose of the class Is workshop will be conducted
Politics and Economics and how p' ; .-.\, r administration. to present musical comedy by the Health Committee to acquaint
every single citizen under the .' t. t tI shows like "The King and I, parent with "A" hotplate
Jurisdiction of the United : "Kismet," "Porgy and Bess," lunch and "A" !bug lunch.
States Government Is directly Iota Phi Lambda So.orlty en- etc.
affected by his political and I -: courages pioneering In businessand At this time the PTA will
economic standing.It the expansion and develop- Auditions will be held at the elect A delegate to attend the
I ment of established enterprises. beginning of first class Wed- PTA Convention.
matters not which comes Further emphasis of the sori- nesday, Feb 12, 8 p.m. In the Alice Shipp, reporter
first, the other will soon fol- rity's objectives, the observanceof auditorium of Carver High Isabelle S. Blue, principalsame
low. If one gains wealth the National Business Week is School, 4901 Lincoln Drive.
step to political recognition and 1 W Rfa in by chaptersthroughout Leading and minor roles will
power is relatively easy to attain w 1 1F the United States be cast. Solo dancers and mem- time. For further infor-
If one gains political power and abroad. The sorority Is affiliated bers of dancing and singing mation call Blanche Calloway
the road to riches is easy with the National Council chorus will be chosen at the PL 0-G383. '

and only a very short distance. of Adult Education Associa- ..
If one has neither political tion of the United States and -

power or wealth they are In other professional councils.The .
very bad shape and will remainso.
following officers were
The fortunes of the Kennedy elected to guide the chapter
Clan had Its roots
In politics
WYr 190-1 Vashti Colemon
first, from political prominencecame i through :
the opportunity to amass Armbrister, president; Bertha
great wealth and now from o!. 't' Parks, vice; Lorraine Houston, 'T o t
great wealth the political prominence Joan Chambers Is the daughter recording secretary; Rachel
is maintained. Herbert of Mr. and Mrs. John Cham- Pratt, corresponding secretary,
Roover, Nelson Rockefeller, bers. She lives at 3612 Thomas Linnle Smith Carey, treasurer; .
Averlll Harriman and Herbert Ave., Coconut Grove, and Is a
Lehman are prime examples oi member of The Church Of God Eleanor Braynon Gibson, financial
first amassing great wealth and In Christ. She is in fifth grade secretary; Faydell Philips,
them moving into the political and Is'' a member of the Princi- journalist Bessie Styles Smith,
area, with great success. pal's Scholarship Club I at dean of pledgees; Janie Reeves,
}Frances S. Tucker School. Joan director of scholarship fund; I FREE DELIVERY DRUG
Abraham Lincoln, Al Smith enjoys reading and practicing
and Harry Truman were very her piano lessons. She hopes to Arthesa Hubert, director of liaiold Jolllvcttr, Mnnngcr
poor when they entered politicsand Become a pediatrician. projects.

_____found_ ____In___their._ __ _Uuh.political.. sue I -
\:tlles: economic securlt,.

The current most embarass- .
a A r ? F", s v S' 'n+k1 '
W. : dy r, ? +a': R BCa,
Ing situation to the U. S. Cover- >R'
ment In the Republic of ,' N ,b tY k4 ] R'$1 or
Panama has its roots deeply in da
the slime and ooze of politicos-
econonnic morass created by the
political autonomy of the American
residents In the Canal Zone.
These Zonians as they are call.
ed maintain a most powerful
Lobby In Washington, D. C., and t Fg la aw
as a result have wrangled con-
cessions, privileges and benefits: d,4,
from the U. S. Government / rr
which no other American citi-
zens enjoy. rN"P!;

/I These Zonlans, a hard core of
career Array and civilian per- ,
sonnel'have' over the years established -
"customs and traditions"
which became the Law of the
Panama.Qonal Zone and were so
rigidly,adhered to that even high
government officials who might
find such "Customs" not only
offensive but In violation. ..ofAmerican Angelette and Bruce, at play In the always-
Policy could do nothing lively recreation room of the Green home.
,and any strenuous attempts ,. "Angelette has just graduated from the
< to even try would resultIn bottle to the cup," Mrs. Green explains, .
severe reprimands from his "and of course we keep her on Carnation, .
superiors. mixed with water" Carnation Is the milk
From the very beginning of with extra Vitamin D, for sound teeth and
the building of the Canal, wide bones. Even when you add an equal amountof
wage' differential existed between water It Is richer than sweet,whole milk.*

the American and the 'U,I.0.A. Hendloike."c.'po"tI"I"/ roodr"CARNATION'S
Panamanian workers. TO add insult -
to Injury fpr .
many years ,-----
Americans were paid in gold,
Panamanians in sliver. I :p e: \
Rank discrimination of the ,
vilest nature has always been FAILURE-PROOF I II
the policy as practiced by the

Zonians against the Panamanians. !I SWEET POTATO PIECM><....lnchpt.) j .1 ,I II
Negro.alum ghettoes in the

States,.even.at.their wont werea "All if of cur children have one thing In common" declare' Mr*.C.rri W.Green (front center). I 1 cup granulated sugar I ., I II
near paradise in comparison to They! low. to eetr, Mr*. Green w. a cafeteria manager before nee marrlage-that help On. Iii teaspoon salt I ,
the' sums where Panamanians of her favorite.....rt. t Is ..... potato pie made with Carnation (tee recipe at right). Mr.Shad I IVa teaspoons cinnamon +
live today, while in plain slfht A. Ore n (teeond from right front), was selected' Bu lne*.man of the Year for 1963 by the I
Washington. D.0. Observer. All but one ., the Green children are shown In this. photograph.This % teaspoon nutmeg '"
the Cana Zone residential areas y teaspoon ginger
rivalthe Florida Gold Coast Surburb teaspoon allspice
*. I ya teaspoon cloves I
well-known accountant Businessmanof
The Zonians' have grown so 1V4 cups mashed canned

accustomed cies ,of. the to,Uf S.. Ggvernmen the Year has 17 exemptionsEvery I 1%sweet cups potatoes(large can) undiluted .
with intounlty that recent dis I CARNATION' CVAPOMATCO MILK
regard ror executive; orders of I 2 eggs i,
both 'Presidents'Eisenhower and single one a Carnation baby! I 9-Inch single' crust unbaked pie shell
Kennedy to fly both U. S., and
Panamanian Flags from separate -
poles, side by side touchedoff Shade A. Green, all-state fullback at Mr.Green's business and family"grew Mix filling/ Ingredients I Y

the most serious diplomatic North Carolina College and later a up" together-by leaps and bounds! until In unbaked smooth. Place
crisis the U. S., has ever faced in government auditor,left the Treasury The oldest boy Shade Jr., 21, majorsin Bake In hot oven

Latin America. Department in 1946 to establish his psychology at North Carolina Col. S 425F.) 15 minutes.
The resultant political pressure I
the Panamanian Govern- accounting firm in Washington, D.C.A lege. The baby, Angolans, Is 1%. Lower temperature

ment is putting on the U. S. minister's eon he Is a deacon at "Thai doctor recommended Carnation to and moderate continue(350F.baking)
will result in better
Government a Church. He teaches for of the babies'formulas" about 35
economic deal for the Reputf- Matthews Baptist every one ,, min or until
)It.nr Panama and its citizens. accounting and coaches basketball at Mrs. Green declares Carnation in the [vAroMrEO knife Inserted In filling I '

The).Fprjnula is simple and In- Cortes Peters Business College. And red-and-whito can Is the world's leader comes out clean.eool.J/ ,

vaz1abfe -eflectlve political pres- he finds time to be active in the Chamber for infant feeding-tbe milk every ----- "!
sure bring about better economic Mf 0 .:
conditions! Effective economic of Commerce. doctor knows. fromCentMtetfCmr* ,,1,
1 '
pressure enhances one's political 1 It
status! ,'.;". -,... <./'. '. ..,.."* ,u.e.wn,.. ;.;"4 f "It., _


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8 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15. 1964 ting'' a policy loan on my Natlonal -'
I Service Life Insurance.If 12 Teams In Baseball
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.WeSt I Il I borrow $1,000, how do I
have to repay this loan?
A. Repayment of the loan

I principal may be made in Players Golf Tourney
anmounts of not less than $5
and all repayments should be
Ke America identified such so
clearly as Twelve teams ington Senators
be to the major league Cincinnati Red-
J Southernmost City they wont applied are now represented In the Na legs and Philadelphia Phillies.
tional Baseball Players' Golf With Just one entry so far are
Hy FRANCES 12. PALMER monthly repayments are required Feb. 20-23 at the the Boston Red Sox, New York

L . 1 L . .' I . . r and payments must be ChampionshiP course. Giants and Milwaukee Braves.
- - in
made prior to default premium Minnesota Twins, San Francisco
KEY WKSTEH RECEIVES the home of her daughter Mrs. payments. Leader among the early entries The 72-hole, medal-play event,
HONORS Florette Hachett of Richmond "VETS-EYE VIEWS" is the Pittsburgh Pirates, sponsored by the City of Mi-
Heights, Miami Fla. Friends REPEAT VISITORWe with six signed up, said Tourna- ami, will be free to spectators.
Miss Jacqueline E. Pla daughter wish her a speedy recovery. have to change the namea ment Director George Jacobus.
of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen' E. little, but the story, as reported They include pitchers Don RAINBOW PARK
Pla, 415 Olivia St., has been Sympathy is extended to Willie We have to charge the namea Cardwell, Elroy Face, Don ELEMENTARY'
placed on the Dean's list at!. Ward and family in the little, but the story, as reported Schwall and Tom Butters, se- Attention! Attention SCHOOL! Parents
Fisk University, Nashville, death of his father the late ed one of the Miami Contact cond-baseman Bill Mazeroski and friends of Rainbow
Tenn., where she is a senior James Ward who died in Abbe- Representatives, Is this. He had and coach Virgil Trucks. Elementary School, Park
Opa-locka .
mathematics major in additionto ville, Ala.Willie a visitor in to file a claim, and Next, with three entries, are On Sunday, Feb. 16 at 4 ,
this high honor, Miss Pla this particular vet whose surname the Los Angeles Dodgers and The school will have its annual p.m.
was recommended for atten- and his daughter was Smith, had a well- Baltimore Orioles. Dodgers entered tea. The tea this year will be
dance at Colby U., Waterville, Mrs. Peggy Grant left the cityto known namesake, so that his are catcher John Rose- centered around the seasons
Md., on the student exchange attend the funeral of his whole name was Andrew Jack- boro, outfielder Lee Walls and the year. There will be a musi-of
program, but because of her father the late James Ward who son Smith. Thinking to kid the utility man Lee Scott, while cal program featuring
classification and practice teacn- died in Abbeville. Ala. vet a little, the Contact Rep. the Orioles have catcher John outstanding guests in the many field
ing duties was unable to accept Charles: Cleare Sr., of 412 said, "Andrew Jacksonseems to Orsino, pitcher Bill Short and of music. Many refreshments
After receiving her BA Truman Ave. is sick at his re- outfielder Jackie Brandt.
me I've heard that name before.' will also be served.
degree May 30, 10GJ, Miss Pla sidence. Friends of the com- The vet replied, with no changeof Boasting two entries thus far I invited. Mrs. Rosa Lee'Everyone Fortson is
plans to attend graduate school munity wish him a speedy re- expression, "Well, I've been are the Kansas City A's Wash- is the principal.
either the University of Mi
at covery. in here before." "- .. .... .... .. ..
ami or the University of Chic- Mrs. Sarah Roberts of 827 - -- "'" "'" .. .
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ago. Emma her St.residence., is improving nicelyat - WIGS! WIGS! WIGS! 1

e Usher's Board No two MASTER STYLIST!
of Bethel AME Church held --- Hear Jimmy Crawford at the 100% Human Hair
their regular meeting Thurs- suspension of benefit payments. Satellite Thin talented pianist
night, Feb. 6. Opened by president Having the checks sent to the weaves! his harmonic patternsto $79 to $125

routine Frances" Business Palmer.was transacted Regular- bank is a convenience for veterans create a style totally Unique Includes wig block and box comb 2 free sets
who for one reason or Outstanding!
meeting was adjoiuned. another or not at home when SATELLITE LOUNGE Beautiful imported human wigs. Beautiful wig box
the check arrive in the mall. wig head, 2 free wig sets with every wig purchased!
"Easter Conch train ride". QUIZ CORNER 6222 NW 7th Ave. from'

There will be a Conch Train Q. I am thinking about get. ......... ....... -- ..;- .....- ..-:- Pay little
Ride'on Easter Sunday March as as $5.00 Wear your wig, pay the
20, at 3.30: p.m. leaving from r .. .. other on monthly payments
Bethel AME Church. I
Tickets are now on sale see Have You Seen Rev. Anthony? Call FR 3-9239
any member: from Usher Board ASK FOR MARY
No. two a donation of 50 cents.
This is an annual offair spon The man trat can help J ;,2 fYixq: Mvh;;,yryy; Mary's House of Beauty
sored by the members of Usher's
Board No. two of Bethel AME you in all walks of life .... .... .... .... ........,............ ........ ,

If you are one that
Mr. and Mrs. Wardell Han-
nah christened their daughter needs a blessing in 3 >?
Tiffaney Sunday morning at LIB CITYDRIVE

11 a. m1.' service Feb. 9, at days, you should see
Bethel AME Church presiding '
elder F. A. Allen and Rev. K. Rev. Anthony Rev. )
D. White Sr., preformed the
ceremony. Anthony can help you
, a
< "
The regular Deluxe Club met with Money, Love, Suc i Ave. and Palm Drive-in Theatres
. at the home of Mrs. Jennie Moss <
. 409 Smith Lane Tuesday, Feb. cess, Health and! Work. g.'>$".; COMPLETELY INTEGRATEDOX
, Meeting was opened with the M
president Mrs. Florence Jackson Rev Anthony is the f. 1-7959
presiding after the meetinga If 22nd Ave. and 69th St-

baby shower was for Mrs. same man that was in ,> :;<:; c ,
Moss Grand baby and Mrs.

Iantha Brown celebrated her Fort Myers, Fla. for I .
birthday. Each member of the f\
years. Now you can ',
club gave her a gift. Mrs. .. BEST
Rose Lopez was honored with see Rev. Anthony ir ':: t,m} > <}

many beautiful gifts from the Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
members. At the close of the You must make appointment. Telephone
an OF !
meeting Mrs. Moss served a
delicious repast to all the mem- 5819061.,, Hours daily: 9 to 12 in the morning, 4 to OFYEAR
Verso The next meeting will he 7 in the evening. WINNER

at the home' of' Mrs. Conuelo You must see Rev. Anthony now. He will be here 7 ACADEMY
Pinder F Gabriel apartments.
only a few weeks. See this man of God today. Phone AWARDS' I

Birthday greetings to Mrs. 5819061. ,
Rose Lopezes, Mrs. Iantha REV. ANTHONY
Joseph W. Welters, Wlliam ,
Van Dyke Sr., Park Rion, and 2815 N.W. 24th Avenue Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Thomas Smith. Directions: Go west on Sunrise Blvd. ncrost* 2 railroad
Mrs. Blanche Higgs, a faithful trucks to .U. S. ripe Co. Turn left at signal light onto 23rd I
member of Bethel AME Churchof
this city is sick. She is at A\c. (Star Gas Station) past!' tire station until you come

north to 28th St. Turn. into 21th Ave. Hock Island Section.

Veteran's Corner .

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VA pays a statutory burial al nU! <
lowance, when otherwise in 3.BEDROOM HOME ) THE SAM SPlfGa-DAVID CteEJWProActlon ofIffiVRENCE

order, if application is properly '
made within two years after $650 Below FHA Value .
the permanent burial of the remains
of a deceased veteran.Cremation A-1 shape, gorgeous lot, 2-car garage, carport, porch,
is a "burial" within
the meaning of the law, regard $350 total down, $10,350. No closing costs. ''i OFABABIA
less of what is done with the
ashes. Most funeral directorsare See: 535 NW 52nd Street .-ALEC GUNNESS-ANTHONY OUNN-JACK) HAWKNS-JOSC FERRER
familiar with the burial ANTHONY nj .OMXXRAO-ARTHURKDWCDV .OMM< SHNW.wr''
benefits for veterans. Owner WI 5-9886 -PETER-OfTOOU.UMwrNCTSSSoobtf-STSva ..WND-w..r LIMII
TRAVELER'S All .., ..
Many veterans don't know .... .......- .... -- ......' ''-- -..""--- _............. --.on .............._ i- .mOncaar.ai* l y.
this but they can have their disability
checks sent directly to
their bank, for deposit to their AND RADIO SERVICE PLUSBRIGETTE _
personal account. A Power of At. TV PLC J-8381

torney form for, this purpose is HOME SERVICE CALLS l ,
available at the Miami VA Office BARDOT
Veteran must" notify VA We do not give free estimates.' Honest- estimates require

that he wants his checks sent work. We repair rent, sell and exchange. Satisfaction guar
the Wank address.' He must KI
to : '
also be careful to inform the anteed. Free delivery; Know jour TV man and save'money, ..
VA as ito ,where,he wants his "
regular, mail"sent to that if he JOE SCOTT TV

Is called..la .for, compensation Please Not NowPAGE
physical, he will be certain to AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV SALES AND SERVICE

get the notice to report. Failureto 023 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1-8381 .r. N
report for a scheduled campor ,
pension exam., may result in



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International Visitor; ':j SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15. 1964 PAGE 9
t .. :. .
At YWCA .:fl,,: '
Wilbur Coleman will be in COGNITION DAY
The, YWCA.,.oC 'Mamt; : '' was, charge of the contest.
l.. o havens 1 its g\lestrMH On Sunday, Recognition Day
AICI1I Fannie Pitt Byrd, Adyls6 r *tVCA BOOK: REVIEW; will be observed at the Dade
Secretary to ,the YWC ;
;t iMt
Uganda, Africa, for'Wvv-uciy.B J'& ., 'Ford, is to IteprUestreVieWer :
PINDER last week. Introduced' by Y-. at the YWCA Rev Lester Albert. He will be
Teen June Small, Mrs. Byrd Bookilevlew on Friday, Feb 14, presented by Supervisor 'Alfonso -
shared of her at 8 p.m., at the Northwest Williams.
many experiencesand
.YWCA Center Junius Edwards'
BOXY information about Uganda book,T"If I Must Die" will Ue
PRESS to students and faculty at reviewed.by Mr. Ford. Members) The Glee Club will be directed -
Northwestern Senior_
High by Mrs. Mettle Brown
and friends of the YWCA are
SOME BARBERS ,are planning a "two-dollar a wop for School. She also brought greet. invited, to attend. this affair. Several of the children will be
the mop" Yep out Liberty City way, the main drag ings from Moses Perry former MisSi&Helen M. Dorsett is Book appearing on the programme,
15th Ave There's a big split in ,this increase in price. Per- doing YWCA YWCA executive work in, Uganda.who is Review chairman. Rev chaplain Ernest will offer Hutcheson and Jr.,

sonally I don't think it was given fair consideration. True Lemmie Mitchell; chairman t iN kt:.clTJZEN8t Itonedlctlon. prayer

one has the right to increase his or her prices as sees fit the Northewest:Jxv C .-fCrfrflir.Dorothy : :t NINE! AUTY .
but the 50c tab was too big a jump. For the owners of bar- Advisory Committee;'and, 3trs -*v*% ..
Edwards vicechairman The YWCA
Senior Citizen
ber shops it may be grand But not so for the barber were hostesses to the Club will meet on Friday, Feb. Dugie's Guest House
the tip is out, that, two week regular will be extendedto YWCA guest 14 at 2:30: p.m., at the North-

three or more weeks or in some cases' the loss of a cus- Fifth and sixth students west YWCA Center. All Seniors The houi of unusual rooms
grade are' Invited to attend and part!
tomer. This isn't the time to increae unless rhey are look- at Earllngton Heights cipate in this fellowship. Open 24 hours NE 4-3851
ing forward to the Cuban trade. That's the only business Elementary: School had a study -
flourishing presently. project on Uganda prior to Mrs. Seeing is BelUvhif
PB Byrd's visit. Miss Virginia JabberwockPlan See us. for clean roams
Maurelll, a member of the now to attend
TJIK IU ]\S' CONVENTION"conxenlng here in August 23 YWCA Advisory Committee Jamaica, Dugie, always a
was faculty hostess to Mrs. Byrdat THURSDAY, FEB. 27 friend
thru 30 will need rooms for delegates and: visitors. Charles North, Earllngton Heights School. :
chairman of the convention housing committee, will be glad to After lunch with Principal 8 p.m. 2941 N.W. 47th St., Miami
accommodations on his list. Just call him at North's John Drake, Mrs. Byrd, :with Miami Northwestern
place your
Mrs. Carolyn Holland YWCA ........
Travel Bureau Mrs. Mary Crawford three weeks old accident Program Director went to the
still has her bedded at home. Those cards and calls there Frances S. Tucker Elementary l JI

are helpful The Edward HolIes are mailing Invites. Daughter School In Coconut Grove. The
Reva and Clement Byrd have set the date for March 15 children there, who also had I GET YOUR AUTO TAGS NOW
prepared for her visit by studying I
The Robert Randalls Jr. had their reception last Sunday at the about Uganda, were
home of the Richard Deans on 70th St. richly rewarded by Mrs. Byrd's LAST DAY IS FEBRUARY 20
PB remarks. Mrs. Gwendolyn Bui-
lard another member of the No Waiting Tags on hand Title Transfer

tOY WRIGHT, "Tho Friendly Bartender" as known by manyIs YWCA Advisory Committee, Driver's License
along with Principal Meares,
convalescing in Lake View Home in South Miami That hosted the visitor. The North-
"Elegant" magazine on the newsstands Is an Audio Devices, Inc. west YWCA Center had Open KEEN AUTO TAG AGENCY
publication The best In fashion and pretties for Seplans in sometime House from 4-0 p.m., for the

The Parisian Room) is where you'll find entertainment In friends and meet and neighbors Mrs. Byrd.to Hostesses come- 2688 NW 62nd Street OX 1-0380

superb, within Charlie Martin's beautiful Paris mural walls, the were little Misses Arlene

Fabulous Chantels, Wally Futch backed Uy Maxie Newbold lyn and and Charlene Lenyta McCray Klmbro.and Eight Eo-

band Is really the spot out 79th St. way. grade Y-Teens from Browns- '
ville Junior High School had GRAND OPENING
rn baked cookies for the affair.
DUNUAIl'S PAIlENT-TMArilKKS UNIT will present its
first annual Kite Flying
Spring Fashion Tea. A blazing trail of color in fashion at the Contest will be held at the RADIOS AND HI-FI'S

school's cafetorium, Sunday, Feb. 23. Leon Kelly, president Northwest YWCA Center 5100 Also Your Favorite Records

The ever popular Square Circle Sportsmen Club's annual Com- NW Feb. 21st 22 at Ave.2 on Prizes Saturday will 5001 NW 22nd Ave.
plimentary Ball, Feb. 27, in Bayfront audit North Dade Thes be given to the girl or boy who Free Pick up and! Delivery
plans will present the "Song of Bernadette" Wednesday, March has made one the prettiest kite Service Calls $1.50
two the funniest kite and three
In the department
25. This group has. achieved great
the kite that files the highest. Phone 634.9484 or 634.9672
of dramatics for their performances. Sign up now at the Y center.
PBOVER Registration fee !Is 15 cents. -

#: !&Iti' ..f _,Nd,; :! D.C r1''Wr/1MW lMMNYdWY'uYarJUNVMr: : "yWy.'y;:: :: Ef
:! .
nl ACJ[ WAY the :Milt Trcnlor .
........ THlOKi; MIAMI: : rt
group along with Remarkable Rubin Mitchell Trio at Tony's Fish pii 1

Market Is a fine show Gladys Johnson and her new trio at
Skipper's Lounge could be added to your list of outings .They

tell me Ruth Brown and Esther Sutherland (two goodies) are

appearing at the Treasure Island Motel in the Play Lounge EVERY

You can always escape from the rest of the world at Dill Har

ris' Satellite Lounge. This house always carries a select crowd ,. I

that go for the atmospheric cocktail setting. Jimmy Crawford, ,,. 0 .0 : 9 aANp

the debonair lad from Washington, D.C. plays and sings with an ,

uncanny likeness to Nat .Cole. Seven nltes a week It's simply out

of this world. This reporter makes the scene quite regularly.

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PAGE 10 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1964 5120 NW 2nd Ave. Mt. OlivetteOn Laxative or Natural
Rev. Paul Freeman, pastorSis.
S. Flowers, reporter Your Choice
Prayer meeting and Bible Sunday, Feb. 16, the men

Class every Tuesday night. No. of Mt. Olivette Baptist Church,
2 choir meets Wednesday night. 1450 NW First Ct., will observe

No.1 choir meets every Thurs. their 14th annual Men's Day.

day night. The pastor will be The speaker for the occasion

looking forward to seeing eachof will be Dr. A. Leon Lowry, pas

you Friday night, Feb. 14 tor of the Beulah Baptist

at 8 o'clock at Friendship. We Church Tampa, Fla. 4 P 1

shut-ins.are praying for our sick and Dr. Lowry Is also president of

the" Florida State Conference of
Y Usher Board No. 1 Invites
Branches of the NAACP.
you to attend a Valentine Sip .

on Sunday afternoon from 4-6 Other outstanding men of the .

at the home of Sis. Garvin, 1851 city will be on program. Music

NW 51st St.NEW will be furnished by the male ,:
chorus of the church.

Rev Roscoe Jackson pastor The public is invited. .. ..... .. ..
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O Sister Netta Kelly reporter Rev I. C. Micklns\ chairman

1 IN! Eight candidates were bap- Deacon Hiram Culmer, cochairman doctor, my bowels won't
1 l tized Sunday morning and three work right. I have had to takea

were added to the church. laxative for years and if you

On Friday night, the SunlightPall say it is not necessary what will
Bearers Society No. 99 will TEMPLE BAPTIST I do?" So many times we have

begin celebrating their 8th anniversary I The pastor and the Silent heard that anxious comment!

with a musical pro- Workers wish to thank the Rev. Our answer Is always the same.
MT. HERMAN AME TRIUMPH CHURCH gram. On Sunday afternoon at W. J. Macon and members of When lost energy is returned to

CHURCHRev. Prince H. Mobley, pastorSis. 3 p.m. they will close out with l First Baptist Church, Opa-locka, those partially paralyzed bowel
S. L. Gay, pastor C. McKinney, reporterAt the sermon being delivered by for the splendid and inspiring muscles, they will come backto
On last Sunday the church Deacon life. Nature is a wonderful
services Sunday we were Rev. Roscoe Jackson. services rendered Monday night
celebrated Its 14th year of exis indeed honored to have our Henry Jefferson, Pres. Also on girl-that is but a coy way of

tence. During these few yearswe wonderful state Mother, M. A. next Friday; <: night, the Young The male chorus will sing saying that.
feel that we have much for Hankins from Melbourne.The Women's Auxiliary will begin during the morning and evenIng God knew what He was doing
which we can be thankful The School of Wisdom devo- celebrating their first anniversary ,: services on Sunday. when He made this world and
church at Its beginning under tional reading was discussed with a musical programand people and all other forces of

the leadership of Rev. Henry by our state mother, as she I closing out the fourth Sun Saturday, the No. two choir life and the things that are
Evans and later the Rev. Beard alone could do. It was day at 3 p.m. with Rev. W. J. will sponsor a dinner sale at necessary for their existenceTo

and now our most eminent most educational.The Macon, pastor of First Baptist the home of its president I Mrs. Improve Nature is just as
Rev. S. L. Gay. Our church hadas 'I Church, Bunche Park delivering M. Hall, 1575 NW 67th St. The unnecessary as it is impossible:
its motto, "The Biggest 2nd Sunday Union meet the anniversary sermon. I Red Circle will carry on at the and when man gets to thinking
Little Church In Town," now Ing convened at our church list home of President M. Harris, he can improve God's handi-

has been changed to "The Sunday. MT. TABORRev. 2022 NW 3rd Ave., apartmente, I I work he Invariably gets Into
Church that's on the Move." and the deaconess board will be trouble.

Mother Hankins! has travelled P. S. Brown, minister at the churcn from high noon. I I We have demonstrated many
Our guest speaker for the extensively and she has
a vast Miss Dessle Crockett reporter
bowels that will function
occasion was the Hev. J. R. understanding of the laws of Sunday night, there willl be I when nature's transmission properly
Campbell of South Miami. He the church
; and the
Lord. an "After Service". ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev.
hundreds of time that the
delivered a most inching message She Is mother I,
really a that Saturday, Feb. 15, dinners
entitled, "Something to we do respect and love dearly. will be sold at the church. For P. W. Willams, pastor lines are cleared of Interference
and vital Is permitted to
Boast About. During this per- :May God's perpetual love shine orders call the church, OX Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporter energy
flow the starved
vice we were richly blessed with her freely to
upon always.BETHLEHEM. 17502. You are cordially invited to
weakened' bowel muscles.One .
heavenly music coming from
A Red Valentine Tea Sunday,
the Celestial Choir under the BAPTIST Ushers Board No. two is celebrating Feb. 16, 3 to 5 p.m. at St. LukeM. ( of a Merles of articlespublished

direction of Samuel Gay, Jr. 1475 NW 58th Terrace : ,: its anniversary on Sun- Baptist Church, 1790 NW in the public interest

and Mrs. Inez Anderson, presi Rev. P. W. Wiggins, pastor day, March 8, at 3 p.m. The public 55th St., sponsored by the to explain and Illustrate the
dent. This group will meet each :Mrs. M. T. Hopkins, reporter is invited. church in behalf of Wilttert practice of scientific chiropractic -
Thursday at the church and Peter therefore was kept in Halloway and his scouting pro- written by Dr. Jay Gutierrez -
hope that all members and per. prison: But prayer was made Saturday, Feb. 22, a car wash gram. Donation 50 cents. whose office is located at
sons wishing,: to Join will be in without ceasing of the church will lie sponsored by the Junior You are invited to "A Fel- the corner of NW 22nd Ave
attendance at tnat time. unto God Department in behalf of thechurch's and 36th St. Phone 634-1117.
for Him. (Act 12:5): ). lowship Prayer Service, Sun-
Our prayers are with the Theme: Prayer Is The Answer. anniversary. day, Feb. 16 at 8:30: p.m. spon- Lady attendant on duty.)

pastor who has Journeyed to At a 3 p.m. service we were Sunday, March 15, the sored by the Deaconess Boardof SHILOH BAPTISTRev.
Jacksonville to participate in honored with the presence of I church anniversary will be cele- St. Luke. Both choirs are
A. M. Griffin, pastor
Rev. I. Clayton and his asked to render music. There
the Founders Day program of congregation brated. The public is invited to Sis. C. M. Myles, reporter
from Shady Grove will also be a guest speaker.Mrs. .
the AME Church. Baptist come out and help make this 1395 NW 69th Street
Church. day one of the most successful Evelyn .Davis, program
All members of the Pastor'sAid events. chairman, Mrs. Annie M. Co- Sunday School every Sunday,
Board are to meet at the Our Men's Day. is under way, vington, president.St. at 9:30: a.m., at this time we
home of Mrs. Singleton for a with the following men serving Mt. Tabor Church was highly Luke Deaconesses cordially would like to commend the

very Important meeting on Its as bert captains and co-captains, Her represented at the First Bap- Invite you to attend a Pret chairman and captains for their

regular meeting date. Bryant, Theo Wilcox, Ho- tist Church of Fort Lauderdale ty Hat Tea Sunday, Feb. 23, Men's Day program; which was
Delaughter and Grant Sunday, Feb. 9, by the male 4 to 6 j p.m. at 1790 NW 55th St. very spiritual and inspiringall
The Baby Contest was a huge Hopkins. Chairman and co-chair. chorus. The guest speaker will be Mrs. Total
Sunday. $646,44.
success. Next week we hop e man, Marvin Dixon and Wil Athalle Range of Range Fun-

to have more information and liam Johnson, who urges all the GRACE PRESBYTERIAN eral Home. Mrs. Annie M. Cov- Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m.,

pictures of the babies who were congregation to support the pro G895 NW 15th Avenue ington, president. Donation the Brownsville United Choir's
winners. The pastor wishes to gram. Men's Day is March
$1.00. Union will meet. We are asking
Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastorOn
thank all who participated 22.
Monday, Feb. 17 at Grace everyone to come and hear
through means of raffles din- I
ners and ,various means of fund Friends are always welcome and at 8:30: p.m. the New Providence I ANTIOCH BAPTIST ning these Wednesday different choirs.night Begin-after
to worship at Bethlehem.ST. Missionary Baptist
raising that were carried on
the third there will be
for this cause. Church choir No. 2 will present Rev. O. W. Foster, pastor Sunday
MARK BAPTIST an outstanding musical .I Hro. Casey Graham, reporter three nights of preaching. RevSteven's
Next Monday night Feb. 1814 NW The proceeds will and church Wednes-
17 5th Court program. go This week we mourn the passing -
the pastor is asking choir No. Rev. C. W. Wade, pastor toward the Grace Men's Day of Bro. Willie Harris, who day, at 8 p.m. Rev. W. M. Davis
1, ushers Nos. 1 and 2 An drive. and church Thursday, at 8 p.m.
all Stew. Inspiring sermon was delivered died on last Saturday. Funeral
Rev. A. M. Griffin and church
ardess and as many membersas by our pastor last Sun I I services will be held
We thank the Rev. C. J. Bur- Saturday Friday, at 8 p.m. Rev. Wiggins
can to go with him to Great. day. He salth unto them fol-
:at a time to be announced.The .
Ward ney. pastor: ; Bro. Mack: Graves, will deliver the anniversary
er Chapel AME Church low me, and I will make you Federation Committee
choir director; and choir No. 2 sermon at 3 p.m. with his
In Hallandale to render fishers
ser- Matthew
men. 4-ia will its
present monthly
vice. Cars will leave the churchat for helping us in our campaign. pro- church accompanying him. Re-
7:30: p.m. CITY WIDE MISSION .. Members and friends are invited gram Tuesday night, Feb. 18 freshments will lie served Sun-
at 8 o'clock the Is invit-
SUNDAYWe to come and receive Inspiration public day after service.
Choir No. 2 wishes to thankall in music. ed.The
persons who helped In the wish to thank all of our ladies of the church have
raffle on a trip to Nassau. This visitors that worshipped withus The sermon this Sunday begun: to work toward their an- MT. AARON BAPTISTWe

trip or Its equivalent in ; and to say you are welcome morning will be "The Crownof nual Woman's Day observance.Mrs. .
money Text "I have Rachel B. Pratt are having services Sun-
was won to come again.Gamble Righteousness. : 'general
of by McAllister fought the good fight, I have chairman, Mrs. Llllle M. Ross I day, Feb. 16. at 3 p.m. Rev J.
4::;);) mv louin :st.: I
Memorial Church finished the course, I have kept I and Mrs. Mary B. Henry, co- Tarrence will 1 be the speaker.He .

Usher Board No. 2 Is celebrating (OF ron: IN CHRIST the faith; therefore there is chairmen; Mrs. Mildred Pink- is a revivallstlc preacher.You .
its 5th anniversary on \ 180! NW 5th Avenue ) laid up for me the crown of ney, program chairman. Activities will have to come hear
I Sunday afternoon, Feb. 10. E1cJf\r'.T.'' Jackson:: righteousness." 2 Tim. 4:6-8.: will be announced later as him and I am sure you will
Music for this occasion will be Sis. they occur. agree.
furnished by choir No. 2 under We Cooper, reporter The Youth Fellowship hid a a Remember the bereaved fam- Everyone is cordially Invit-
the direction of Mrs. Marie that are sorry yet glad to say wonderful time the last two ilies In your prayers. Also visit ed to attend service. Sponsoredby
Floyd with Mrs. Rosetta Lee our former reporter Mr. I weeks In visiting the Youth the sick. the Deacon Board. We
accompanist. The will Nathaniel Thomas will not be Fellowship of Central Presbyterian will be looking for you.
be delivered by Rev. Alvin: reporting for us any longer. We Church and the first
Jones. The program will be- aro sorry }because his presence Presbyterian Church of Coral MOUNT SINAI BAPTIST NEW PROVIDENCE
among us will IiI missed. We Gables. We are happy that the Rev. C. J.
>gin at 3 p.m. and everyone is 1419 N. W. 5 Place pastor
cordially invited to attend. are glad because he has left us Youth Fellowship program Is Rev S. A. Thomas Pastor Sis. Claudia Wilson reporter.

Mrs. Zessie Irving, president. to further his education at the growing,: by leaps: and bounds. The -child learns through ex- After such fine services Sunday
Ft. Pierce
Junior '
College. We Remember Men's Day on the morning with the message
perience. Sunday morning, and
wish him well. fourth Sunday. Support
your services being delivered by Rev. C.
CENTRAL MISSIONARY We captain and help make this the evening our were Weatherspoon, we went to
are more than glad to beautifully expressed by our
5000 S.W 20th Street have Sis. Annie Lee Cooper biggest Men's Day ever! youth in song and other phasesof Danla, to accompany the pastorin

West Hollywood back with us, as well as the service. Anthony Williams of the closing of the association.We .
little member the Church of the Door are now looking forward to
new that she and Open
I The Atlantic Coast Baptist D. A. Bradley,
. pastor our Women's
Association will convene at the Bro. Cooper have added to our Christine Cohen reporter was speaker for the evening. Day program.

above church in their 33rd ses church. This Sunday the Home Lovely was the flowery Installation -
Our Influence rally last Sunday of officers in the
I slon. Ai glorious time is anti Mission will have a 3 p.m. ser-
,. cipated and we are asking the was a great success. Eld.O. vice and the Rev. McCaey will BTU by sister L. E. Thomas. REPORTERS!
public to meet with us. Crooms brought forth a very be the speaker. Won't you come Each officer was representedby
Inspiring and uplifting message and enjoy this great day withus. a flower whose beauty was The ,new deadline for Rotting
E In the morning service Bro. for the occasion. I Relieve thatI found in a verse from the Bible. church news Into our office for
George Smith will be 'ordained ., voice the sentiment of every- Through friends and mem- publication is TUESDAY noon

r to the deaconship and Sis. one who attended when I say Bible classes every Tuesdayat bers our special effort Sunday All church reporter are

George Smith to the deaconess- that we were spiritually bene- 7 p.m. Prayer meeting Tues- night was a success. TheS. need to cooperate Cborch
ship. Let us pray for them that fited. We would like to thankall day at 8 'p.m. Remember the S. B. T. U. and Junior Wo- wire received after noon on

the Lord will make them who came out to help make sick and shut-in all over the men's League wish to thank Tuesday cannot be guaranteed

strong in his service. this service what it was. land and country. you for $164.37. ] for publication.

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IN OUR Pulitzer Prize- Carver High New

SVOTSSHMHKSSEWK.o.c.. .. *-' *-' I Winning Drama at Mrs. Anita P. Grlmshawe,
--------"'-& : -- Bell Telephone con- I
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI 10ol i : Nothwestern sultant informed eighth and
FLA. All Aboard ninth graders of available job
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY opportunities Jr. High students
15. 1964 I
PAGE 11 Theater at Its best will come were selected because at this
GainesvilleThe to the Miami Northwestern grade level there Js more timeto
auditorium Thursday, Feb. 20.
for desired
prepare careers

Job Finding TeamsTo PadeL entertainment Thespian Troupe as they 1880 present of the

Gainesvllle National Thespian Society promises A film entitled, "My Town 1J
bus for an evening of dramatic and The Telephone showing
Visit Local Senior wlll load at entertainment as the present the telephone's Importance to
Schools J."eb. 26 HIgh Sch > Our Town. Thornton Wilder's the community and Job offerings -
at 11
p.m. Pulitzer Prize-winning drama. resulting from services
are asked to The play Is set in a small New rendered, made everyone awareof
I ... A youth Job finding tarn, paid on or Hampshire town and covers a how neccessary It is to completo '
Booker T.Washington'School. nom the Florida State-Employ: Checks be or money period of 14-years during which high school.Requirements .
mCnt! Carl
Service will be visiting ndeiV0 time the audience will catch
Edison, Northwestern, and Mays rh dtSt" Mimi- glimpses of Life, Death, Love for Job ellglhl*
High Schools payable to lity at Southern Bell Include:
during the next and Marriage. Long n' favoriteto
few ty Council
weeks taking employment formation PTA. fans of good drama, Our An Entrance exam which
News 'applications on graduating please Town, which Is copied in the covers a knowledge of basic
senior, said Harry L. Tyson, Mi.: .1-5525 or N11 eleventh Krsd literature books courses, such as Math, English,
ami Metropolitan Area roundtrip will be realistically Science and other technical
Members of the Booker T Man- portrayedby
D. C. T. tiger for the FSES. some very promising young courses. Your ability to get
\\ :shington joinedCarver
DCTers In a trip via Tyson Metro dramatists. Patricia Black, John along with others as well usyour
I that the North school
team has high attendance record
ny Thcopholius Wor
Greyhound bus to Fort Myers, already signed up about 800 Is taken Into considerationwhen
Feb. 10. The occasion Is the annual students who will be lookIng Center News rell and many others. Annie you are a Southern Bell
DCT Conference. While for work when they graduate Washington, Elena Harmon and Job applicant
there Edward Moxie will re- in June Carolyn charter Thespians
The first half of .. ....
the In the '
pr-gent group spel- -- .M.M.Our ---- --- -
ling contest; and, Lugusta The Job-finding team will be league Is coming to are handling production.Mr. .

Johnson> Margaret Miller, Sudle at Edison High School on Feb. the Lakers Classified
Hell Jones will be Impromptu 17 f 18 and 19, Northwestern w/th a 3-0 record. Thomas Papino II, The- Ads

speakers.; <: Mr. Eddie Bunyan 1 Is WtSchT ol on Feb. 24, and night spian sponsor-director says
DCT Coordinator. 25-2G Mays. High School On Feb. ly won Boys Its first G5-G1.game "The Cast Is Ready". SELL ANYTHINGAt

Principal Anthony E. Gardiner I er led the scoring Curtain rises 8 p.m.
Senior students who will The second General Admission 55 cents. a' reasonable cost
>and his family are In Chicago not game
Illinois. Mr. Gardiner !Is be going to college and will be defeated the Sea I
attending the national confer looking for work after they David Colebrook
euro ""f Secondary School Prinipnls graduate should contact the Job award tor hitting
.' National Negro History Finding team at their school or Next week the
Week] is spearheaded at BTW by I offices visit one if of the FSES local Boys and Bears vs JET TV CLINICHOME
they want to
'm- Negro History Club and head start get a The adult
members of the Social Studies on the thousands of
Cas.--e3.!; This will be the third other youths who will be entering the Matadors Knights, SERVICE CALLS $1.00
the l labor nre
market in June.
observance sponsored by the.
Tyson said. place. The Chico
He"y Freeman, a senior, and lost to the Day or NightWe
member of the Methodist YouthMovement advise Weespecially urge parents to Stanley McKayne Service All Makes of
Is touring the Na- their children to seek in scoring with
'Mnn') Capital. She will visit our assistance, Tyson said. If Spoilers defeated HI-FI's and STEREOSWe
we know how students tery 122 to 75.
( -ing'ess and witness a session.she .
will speak with Senators will be looking for employment in that game Alto Rent
md) representatives and participate after graduation and what types and Albert Sands
in a special panel discusn of jobs they can fit into, we 12 points and TV's by the week or month
The trip Is all-expense will be in a better position in points. With each
paid: by the MYM Sweetheart- the Employment Service to 3 games the 5
s 111110 This Is the call of the line up employers to hire them are: Joe Smith of Street"t 907 N.W. 2nd AVENUEPhone
",'1..1.. ,now.cnnnoi" : ctnff, T'hls. when they :are out of school. with 97 points,
week the group Is selling the Wallace Francis FR 4-2044

Torn;'(Jo Scoop and hearts Fett Nathan Young PTAThe James Spoilers.Keller Edward 01
1 11 Saturday, Feb.15, the annual Knights.In .
sweetheart dance will be held Nathan
Young PTA the after :
in t.h'chool! gym. The coupleof will present Its second annual grade league
the will be chosen andtr.
year Talent Show, Feb. 20, 19GI at and Mr. Williams
-y will reign over the valen- 8 p.m., In the school cafetorlum. place. 8th grade
be tine. dance. All festivities will Don't miss this grand affaIr! Hanna and Mrs. Central Life Insurance Co.of Florida
( h. red on affairs of the heart.A See your favorite star
perform]! first place and in
special price will be set for Among the many performers league Mr. Giles
"VOUIt 1'IUI Nf)14V t'O,111'ANY"MODERN
all (couples; who attend the will be such talents as: Joe The 7th grade
dance. Louis, X-Heavy weight Cham- ball tournament AND ATTRACTIVE POLICIES FROM
pion of the world and known as day after school. $1,000.00 UP TO $50,000.00
Show Feb 17.
Variety time is "The Brown Bomber", Phyllis County-wide
The' student Council will feature Branch, a popular songstress, Free-throw. The Whole Life Endowment Educational I
special guest artists and' The well known Charles Aus- ting ready for it I
student! talent. The event will tin Combo, The Gospel Train, aswinging Luck Mortgage Redemption
he held] in the school auditorium -I' jazz singing I
Retirement Combination Hospital I
Booker T. Washington Master Charles Fortson, A future NOTICE TO I I
Capers! areHcon nuingheir star of tomorrow, and And Home
splendid( playing this year. Afterwinning many many more popular ta.. REPORTERS!
a series of games, the lents. ALSO
('a The new deadline
ers were defeated by North
western! 85-80. However, the Don't forget to reserve the tulinol H.IMVN 'into Family Group Plan

hoys bounced back by defeat- date, Feb. 20. We'll see you at piiMlnillon IH, () Father, Mother and all Children Under 21 Year of
me Tiouglas Anderson 73-71 the "Talent Show". -
Matthew andvt p.m. .All school .'' Age Insured Under One Policy
Gilbert 00-08 Mr. Albert Tresvant, PTA
,Anton 8161. The community presidentMrs. urged to Newborn automatically insured after 15 days

i, invited, otto to Moore see the leas, the inaction principalMrs.. Josephine D. :Mackey, Monday newt received cannot' after be REPRESENTATIVES AND BRANCH OFFICES

team in scoring. Hazel W. Matthews, reporter -
for representative in your city for additional
The Florida State Future siNC w information

Teachers of America held their Student Council "
state For Quality .
meeting Feb 8, at Carver ------
High The Washingtonians participated -
on the program. Theresa I AnnualShow,/ PL -
TA wls sang two solos; Demetra
Dean, the state Chaplain, pre-: This I is what you have been Lincoln Fields Apartments .- '
>I ued during the opening and waiting for. The Student Coun-
nosing of sessions; and, Linda cil Annual 1 Variety Show Fea- 7 aRd5tmyS
McCray was a member of the turing that sensational magician 2043 N.W. 62nd Street
(Courtesy> committee.Ten Mr.: Prince Lopez, along
with Mary Hill! and the Billy .
Washingtonians were RolJe band among others, there
submitted as top'' tens for the will be Johnny and the Del- Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments

Miami Herald's special' feature. phltes, the Sombreros. .and the Offering Many Features
ney are Michael At/rams,, Imperial. Don, miss urns star- .
Gladstone Hunter, William studden show, filled with enter- LOT FREE CASTile
Greene, Linda McCray, Barbara tainment that Is out of this
Davis, Bessie Holmes, Judy world. Put a star on your calendar We plan, guide Bathroom Refrigerator Ga. Stove
I 11 row n, JoAnn McMillian, for Monday, Feb. 17, at Your plan or 1
Patricia Newly Painted Venetian Blinds .
Kelly and Gwendolyn 8 p.m. in the BTW auditorium.
Shelly. Mary Hylor, is co-chairman, Custom Built Washing Machine Laundry Room
and she promises you a surperb
Seventh grade classes are production. Attractive Free Parking Auto hot water reader
continuing progress. The reading
program which started at a Quality Free Garbage Disposal Filtered water

the beginning of the school
year is continuously expanding. 100 students stay after schoolon Good bank CARETAKERS ON PREMISES
Monday, for math tutoring;
More than ten trophies were, .
and, over 225 children were at
Presented to seventh graders.I the Wednesday night films CVtQ .
planned for the 7th grades last week. Films are shown

Merry include Go Round attendance Playhouse at the in each Wednesday afternoon. Q(!J04DQ( ro. Weekly Rate

Coral Gables. 25 persons are to Among 'other activities this I14JSO 1-bedtoom+ $18.50 2-bedroom
attend Feb 15. Students are to week was the Mock Faculty Licensed Apt.

witness a play. Close to 70 stud- presentation and special act of MS N.E. 79th Renting Office open every day Phone OX 1.8862
ents are coming out on Monday Miss Patricia Pitts, an Intern at

nights for reading clinics; over 3TM from Tuskegee Institute. _.._ a- .



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12 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1964 RANGE I I Evelyn Poitier, widow'of ,:"'sgdo"Smallest! defunct Bimini

. the late Reginald Poittei; ( Newpaper in
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. < MRS GERTRUDE R A N- died Jan. 19, in Nassau. She the World."
".V,. ., v ,;
--- DOLPH of 11850 SW 216th St., was the mother of screen-sta II
in Goulds died at Kendall Hospital Sidney Poitier. Other survivors Th'e BanamasV- 'Government
I IN I I MEHOR1AM., I CARD OF THANKSThe on Feb., 7. Mrs. Randolph, are three daughters; three sons; Application for affiliation with
of the West
whom lives in Miami the University
an active member of numerous one of Cyril, '
In sad but lovng memory; family of the late, civic organizations, will be remembered ; one sister, two brothers 'Indies has been accepted, the
of our dear one, EUGENE L. COKINEwho by the Pioneer citi- Joseph and H. Outen of Miami Hon. Godfrey, Kelly, Minister of
announced Jan. 17.
this life1 January zens of Miami, having lived in and Tampa respectively, and a Education
departed the Miami area for more than host of other relatives. That means that Bahamian students
20 gratefully and with deep appreciation 10 years. She is survived by are eligible for open

acknowledge the two sisters, Mmes Eartha Ho- ,scholarships offered by the
many telegrams, cards; flowers ward and Laura Johnson; one university, and that Bahamian
rro and other expressions of sym- brother Cleveland Williams; Bimini now has a new police students qualifying for entry
pathy received during our be- and a niece, Mrs. Irma E. Allen. station with a force of four. Up will be admitted to all the facil'
reavement. Services will be held Saturday I. to a few weeks ago, Bimini had titles at the beginning and end

Special thanks to Rev. W. F. Fett 15, at the New Bethel! but one policeman, with headquarters of their courses being paid
Savoy, pastor of Grace Presbyterian AME Church of Goulds, at 4 p. I in the Post Office from university funds.
with the Rev. R. H. John- building. The new station is ina
Church, its members,, m., ..
clerks and other organizations, son officiating. stucco structure which was

Range Funeral Home., Sgt. Oscar Burrows and Cpl.

$ i Mrs. Spero Parker Cokine, JAME O. JOHNSON of 2020 Kenneth Andrews of the Baha

I "wife NW 6th Ave., died at Jackson ALBERT mas Police Force and Mrs. JoyceM.
Mrs. Ottille Prather, .\lemorlal Hospital on Feb 9. He l' Clarke and Mrs. Doris
daughter had lived in the Miami area for WILLIE B. JOHNSON, JR., Saunders, representing the
.a:: '!E Miss Gracita Prather, more thali 45 years, having four month-old son, of Mr. and straw-workers, returned on
: grand daughterMr. come here from his home in Mrs. Willie B. Johnson, Sr., diedat Jan. 15, from London where

: Johnnie Cokine, Tampa in the year 1918. He is home, 11401 SW 214 St, they represented the Bahamasat
brotherMr. survived by his son, Andrew a Goulds, Feb. 7. Services tenta- the International Boat Show.
i James Cokine, brother sister, Mrs. Bessie Williams; anda tively are set for Friday in the
Y. g.. Mrs Marion Pearce, sister daughter-in-law, Julia. Funeral chapel with burial in Paradise
services will be held Satur-
The tourist figure for last
Jay at 12:30: p.m., at the Greater
IN MEMORIAMIn Bethel AME Church. ELTON RE'DDING 1366 NW year broke all previous records.
The Hon. Stafford Sands, MHA,
I ITIIEOPHILUS 67th St.. died in Jackson Hospital -
Minister for Finance and Tou-
ADDERLY SR. loving memory of our CHARLIE CARROLL of 18025 Feb. 6, and was funeraliz rism, reported 546,401 touristsfor
ed from the chapel Monday, at
mother Homestead Avenue died Feb 9 1963.
I 4 Rev. W. E. Sims offlciat
who departed this life February :as: a victim of an automobile ac
ed. He is survived by three step-
3, 1062. cident. He had been in the Mi -

"If the father deigns to touch I ami area for three years, having daughters. Plans have already Ween
with divine power the cold and j : come here from his home in
pulseless heart of the buried Greenwood South Carolina. His drawn for the new and impos-

acorn and to make it burst I survivors include, his mother WILBERT BEALE, 467 N. W ing Cabinet office building on
forth from its prison walls, Mozell; two brothers, Floyd andBruce 6th St., died at home Feb. 8. East Hill St. The two-story
will he leave neglected in the ; and three sisters; Mmes His wife, Mrs. Belle Beale and sturucture is expected to cost
earth the soul of man made in 'j Dora Robinson, Ella Lukie and mother, Mrs. Vassie Taylor of! the government between
the image of his creator?" Ellen Moore all of Greenwood, Buffalo, N. Y.. survive. Chapel! $304,000 and $392,000.

The Family South Carolina. Mr. Carroll was services were held Thursday at Donald Davis, headmaster of
transported to Greenwood, South 1 p.m. the Eastern Secondary School.
Carolina for final rites.
CARD OF THANKSThe in Nassau for 23 years, has
assistant to
been appointed as
family of the late lill r. JAMES R. MALONE, 30 Day Sir Foley Newna\ first Chief
MRS. ROSA LEE COY FRANCIS Ave., Princeton, died Feb. 8. Secretary of the Bahamas Cabinet -
take this method of expressing Remains were sent to Batesvllle, .
to all friends and neighbors! east WILLIE T. HARRIS of 2970 Mississippi Thursday morning,
who were so kind and consider NW 215th St. died Feb 8. Ser for services and burial. Mr. Davis, 45, was in the
crate during our hour of be- vices Saturday at Antioch ,Bap Board of Educati n service since
leuvement. Words are insuffi- tist Church, 61th St. and 19th he was 16. He was awardedcholarsIllps

c ent to express the deep ap- Ave. Remains will repose in MRS, HENRIETTA SMITH, whloh: allowed himto
preciation and gratitude for the chapel 3 p.m. Friday. Sur- 1910 NW 72nd St., died in Jackson study in England and Scot-
cards, letters and beautiful flo vivors include his wife, Blanche, Memorial Hospital Feb. 9. land. He is the first Bahamianto
rul pieces. Specially thanks to a daughter Joyce: three sisters, Her survivors are one son, Joe, Join the Cabinet staff, and it
Mrs. Mattie Ellinge who was A Mesdames Georgle Lee Davis, a daughter-in-law, Emma Lou, Is believed that he will trainedto
so generous and kind. To the MRS ROSA CASH Marie Gibson and Ida Mae one grandson and two great- succeed Sir Foley Newns as
neighbors for their generous Walters, and other relatives.
grandchildren. Services were permanent secretary.
who departed this life
donation, food andcars. Rev J.
conducted in the chapel Wednesday -
12 1962 in West.
A. Finlayson and Macedonia iry Baby Boy Benjamin, Infantson
and take 3:30: p.m., with Rev. W. St.
Sheep on mother Rally Day at
Baptist Church, Rev. Macon,, of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Ben Henderson pastor of Oak Grove
for his words of faith, and to Four rest, we love you but God jamin of 5575 NW 18th Ave., Baptist Church.
Bain's Funeral Home who was loves you best. died Feb. 7. Graveside services Matthew'sRev

so patient and understandingmay Your family held Thursday. '
God bless you all. Mrs Mearlean Saunders Lester C. Albert, owner
Mrs. Addle Ruth Weston Graveside services at Evergreen operator of the House of Albert -
daughter IN MEMORIAL were conducted for Funeral Home will appear
Edward Blatch
Mrs. Ellen!; Allen daughter Mrs Ida King son I the infant of officer and Mrs. as guest speaker Sunday, Fell
Mrs. Willie Mas Sutton stepdaughter adopted daughter In memory of II Victor Butler, Jr., 14215 N. W. 15, 11 a.m., at St. Matthew's
22nd Place. 17th St.
Three grand children I baptist Church 361 NW
Saturday-3 p.m., for the Infant The service will benefit the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin church's building fund. The
III I I MEMORIAM I Flonderson, 2677 N. W. 49th St. public Is Invited to hear this
In loving memory of our dear .. dynamic, forthright speaker.
MYRL WIIYN CARMAN Rev. Lester C. Albert, owner
who passed January 2, 19G1, The family of the late, CARD OF THANKS
L/uricd/ January G. SYLVESTE'R MOULTRY I

Special thanks to Rev. Mlc- who passed away on February I We, the 'family of the late RICHARDSON .
.1 1 wishes to thank the
kins, Richardson Funeral I MISS DAISY WRIGHT'tr ,
Home, thanks) for telegrams, friends and them neighbors during who their remembered who departed this life January MRS. ELZENA JONES of

cards, flowers and cash donations. hours of bereavement. 26 wish to express heartfelt 325: NW 7th St., died Feb. 3.
I thanks and gratitude to our SU J.ving"are a daughter, Ro-
Mrs. Lee Krehbile, Beverly The many cards and other many friends and neighbors entf four aunts, Lena Snead,
Hills, Calif.; Mrs. Blanche Lee, expressions of sympathy will who were so nice and kind to 'aisy) 'McPhalter, Mamie Lee
Orlando, Fla.; Oscar Anderson, long be cherished In the yearsto us during the passing of oui? i Stafford -and Beatrice Scott, two
New Smyrna; Henry Caswell, come. I beloved auriTTTQur very expressions rfFSfes.. Robert DaUgerfleld andIerings.
Daytona Beach; Mrs. Mollle Special thanks goes to the of '. ympathy through > The body was
t' Wright; Mrs. Evelyn Shaw, Mi.. '' I the metliuni of letterS l cards, sped to the McRae Funeral
ami Mrs. Battle Johnson and House of Albert its kind *
f. ; for trlegrams. and beautiful flow- Home In St. Petersburg.
nil other friends consideration.I Again, many ers brought comfort and helpedto
." t t' Leon Jones, uncle thanks to all and God's;'I richest o. make our burden lighter. MRS. JEWELL TERRY of

Mr. and Mrs Randolph blessings upon you. Special thanks to the 5th Ave. 775 NW 69th St. died Feb, 3.
Redd, cousin Mrs Essie Moultry: neighbors,, and friends for their She Is survived by two sons,
Mrs. Juanita Johnson, And Family floral piece, the Independent Gregory and Richard Van, her
{. cousin Life Insurance Co., Mrs. Edd mother Mrs. Mary Francis
', ,
:' Mrs Juanita Johnson, I Shumake. Miss Thelma Lawrence -
Phelts of Jacksonville sister
;' cousin CARD OF THANKS DEACON LAFAYETTE CAIL the Christian Charity Mrs. Cleopathra Pearson, two
>v Mrs Neahmiah Fugurson, who 131 Club Friendship Missionary .
passed away February brothers, John O. Phelts and
:' cousin Words are, inadequate for 1958. Baptist Church and others for Maurice. Arrangements are In-
; Mrs. Mary Knight, friendz the family of the late His life Is a beautiful mem floral pieces. Thanks to Rev. omplete.
{; And all other friends BLACK J'' ory. His absence Js a silent Daniel .and his Circle for the

: "'d\I: $ Moy God bless each_ of you. to thankitheir ,many friendsfor grief.. lie sleeps In God's lovely. nurse given us. Also Mrs. Edie BRA YEL DOTSON of 1918 NW
.". all the deeds and. words of garden *olle and family for their do.: 4th Ave. died Jan. 31. He is
r'f' Thank You kindness shown during their In sunshine and in perfect peace"When nations. Thanks to the president survivEd by a brother, Charles

?: The family of the late, hours of sorrow. -.":' m the day of toll is done, Pallbearers and members of St. Paul Blade and a friend, Mrs. Ida
No. 5
Lodge to' -
When the of' life Is
} BENJAMIN PHILLIPS Those race run, tanner. Arrangements are incomplete -
and members deaconesses
Ourspecial thanks, to Father, grant thy wearied one.
"would like to thank their many .
and members of St. John Institutional -
friends for all 'their kindness who donated cars, cards, let- Rest for evermore.. Baptist Church'for
; their great loss Spec- ters and flowers of condolence Leona Call, wife
f during Emma Call mother to Deacons, Deaconesses, the
tial thanks to the pastor Rev. which are too numerous to men their acts of kindness to us. of you.Mrs..
rl. C. Micklns. the No. 1 and 2 tion by name. Special thanks to Rev. Jenkins \ Selma Jackson, niece

[Usher Boards, the Charles Thanks to the neighbors, NOTICECAROLYN for his untiring sermon, Mrs. Edna Thomas, niece
Sales, Inc., and a prayerfulthanks to Deacons Deaconesses, the Millen, Ga.
.._ to.Uhe entire personnelof pastor, officers and members of V. KNOX would secretary, Mrs. Ruby Carr and ,Miss Loraine: E. Glover,. .
,. the House of 'Albert for the Mt. Hermon AME Church, like her customers to know the entire membership of the niece, Ft. Meade, !4"a.'
fine services.. Bethel AME, Borden's Dairy I that she Is now working at Friendship' Missionary Baptist Miss Selena Wilson
The Phillips Family and the Victoria Hospital. Fashlonette: Beauty Salon, 6907 Church. Many thanks to the great niece, Miami
1 Mrs. Alice Phillips, wife NW 15h| Ave. Phone 691-1692, House of Albert Funeral Home Mrs. Carrie B. Roper
And Children Andrew Black and Family shop63t.4G33:: home. and Its staff. May God bless all great niece, Miami:

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have them, all sizes, all prices. YMCA Membership Campaign
areas Let mo help you

get Ben-Korl the most, Realtor for }your phone money.me To Kick Off February 17thMore 1

any time MTL 4-3131 or PL ..
1 9'-X. than 100 voluteer workers f said both chairmen "The alert f'

are Involved In the 1904 citizens of our \, community .'
BABY PLAY PEN., crib and Membershsip Campaign of theG. should want to be,.ia"part of I
mattress, like new, 754-4709 or W. Carver Branch YMCA something that can make such .
683-9917. that will "kick off" with a din- an Important difference in the ,Iij
ner meeting on Monday ,even- j life of our young people The ,
PARK AND SHOP super mar- Ing, Feb 17, at the Branch 1 YMCA is the largest' youthserfving .
ket, 20C7 NW 7 Ave. Good profIt Mrs Marie Drown and Dr. agency in tilt world. The
store, 374-9309. Edward J, Uraynon, Jr., are co- degree of YMCA service and
chairmen of the membership program in our community will
CORNER CBS 2-bedroom drive. "Ambng/t the voluteer be determined by those persons'
FOR'RENTFUttN2ntDnooM HELP WANTED furn. $300 down, 500 NW 46 St. workers are ,some of the 'leading i who choose to be affiliated- withit
: Call us. This Is terrific value. citizens, of;the community, through their interest and
duplex SALESMAN WANTED Liberty Realty, PL 1-7591. known ;Jot their outstanding efforts, both physically and financially ,r
Adults or will take child Well
up to established retail furni- leadersht ;servicc, and an unsurpassed dividends'
The Into
3 old. Furn; ture '' ;
years bedroom store needs the services BEAUTIFUL ,sincerity In civic Interests .
all modern,. ,'''adults, phone MO of an outside salesman. Phone 2-bedroom, enclosed ," said :Mrs: Brown and the life of a boy or girl In this .,
1-0325. i''R 4-8271 for Interview. garage, enclosed front i Dr. Braynon. community have the, possibility -
porch. $::300' down. Total price I
is "The of his- of growth beyond our fon-
$9,500, 311 NW 40 St Call us. presenfmoment
LARGE 2-BEDROOM apt. MALE HELP WANTED Liberty Realty, PL 1-7594. tory' \Is rlite i I. opportunities," dest dreams." I '

fenced yard, 351 NW 16th Terr. OR FEMALE beautician .'1'' .., ---.--- -,
Interested persons call NE: Junior or senior, call 757-9-158 4-HUTINER ELEC. RANGE.
PL t.
or 4-3028, .
4-5705. Good condition $35, 356 NW -s.a.-- -*-i.-
15 St apt, 3, .
GUARANTEED N.Y. live-In Good condition. $35, 3567 NW VERY UNIQUE! FOR SALENo
5 ROOMS of furniture and ap. maid Jobs $35-$55 wk Fare 15 Ave., apt 3,
pliances like advanced. Mallory You fire ]1.'OIIt'] at the Satellite'
new, FR 4.1714, Agency, qualifying 5 years old
860 NW 20th Ave. Sacrifice Lynbrook, N.Y. M21 3-bedroom HOUSE plus 50x100() that you don't see elsewhereOur -
lot Available for immediate ruMtMitien" ninke our pleasmt 3-BEDROOM 2 BATH
BARBER, best location In town, occupancy, no qualifying ; ntmmi ) ,'". Make the
NEW BEDROOM apt., unfurnished ask for Mr. Jones or Mr. Bark- small down payment, reason; 'scene nt MIunl'N; most unique BIG, BIG, CBS
References. Reasonable ley, 1486 NW 5th place. F15 able monthly payment. Fcji- lounge*. You'll like it. Innovations -
Call OX 1-0789. ster Realty, PL 9-8779. by Jimmy Crawford. Drive by and see

t-\ln a'a.& SATELLITE LOUNGE St.
311 NW 48th
6222 N. W. 7th Avenue

2481 TURN NW ROOM 59fth In St.private NE 5-8010.home, NO CLOSING COSTS. Enclosed Plan now to attend ,.,-..... -- --
front and rear porches, sepa- Then call us or top at our
rate garage, freshly painted Inside JabberwockTHURSDAY .............. -- -
ROOM and out, refinished hard- office for detail
single lady, working
wood floors FEB. 27 FOR RENTNew
middle age nice clean, quiet. appliances. Price
Is $9,500, only $250 down and Member Miami Hoard of
If you are looking for a home 8 p.m. 3-bedroom house (
with one lady, call NET 5-5283 $77 per month. Life Realty, ltLiberty>RtOl''')
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371 Miami NorthwesternR. NORTH MIAMI BEACH

1-BEDROOM COTTAGE com- Open evenings and Sundays. Deposit Required Realty
pletely furn. Good surrounding. MICKINSf REALTY
$15 per week, apply at 1934 NW FULLY FURNISHED 3-bert- AGENCY
58th St. Phone NE 4-8915. room CBS with separate gar- Taylor Private Detective 4500 NW 2nd Ave:
age, awnings, stove, refrigerator And Investigating Bureau
FURN. EFFICIENCY free washing machine. Price NE 4-0500
water and light 789 NW 65th Is $13,500, $300 down and $81 5680 S.W. 16th St. PL 1.7594
month. Life Realty, 4932 NW 1Iu1lI"
St. PL
8-4593. 7 Ave. PL 9-4371 Open even- West Hollywood, Fla. """' ...- .... .... .... ... ,

NICE DUPLEX APT. 2-bed- Jays and Sundays. :.: ..._........:-.:::,.
rooms, 2954 NW 51st Terr near investigatloiM. any time nny
bus stops, schools call NIC NO CLOSING COSTS Love- Case 'nnfirirntlnl anywhere OWNER MUST SELL!
4-1714 for: Information. ly CBS 3-bedrooms, large lteliussensions C '
front screened porch, awnings, 111 'oree Eiidcitco HOME AND, INCOME

PRIVATE BATH, nice room, stove, refrigerator, separate
NKVKIi: CLOSED $450 Total Down
man or woman, NE 4-2718. garage has complete bathroom
Mrs. Tlmmons. Price Is $11,500, with $250 YU 3.4346Fabulous Lovely bedroom CBS, huge Fla. room, air cond.,

down and owner.- pays_ closing! stove, refrig, carpeting, separate doll house for in
IN LIBERTY CITY, 2-bedroom costs L.U6 Keaity, 4 32 NW 7
cottage, .kitchen' hot Ave. PL 9-4371..Open Sundaysand come.
water yard, maintenance In- evenings.
eluded. $25 weekly 1235 NW Home See: 534 NW 52nd Street
68th Terr. Call 696-5492 after NO QUALIFYING. Almost new
G p.m. beautiful 2-bedroom 2 f u I I 2-bedroom corner, large Owner WI 5.9886
Maths CBS. Each bedroom has enough for 3-bedroom on

FURNISHED APT. PL 1-4292.. Its own entrance and its own 60x145 lot. ItSs a beauty and! ... ....
beautiful :::;;: ;;; ;; :
Flat tile if are looking for bet-
FURN. APT. Yard and porch, roof, wall to wall closets, large you a ..Y.f.I'.zUZZ..jfZ..UD' a..tUUJUUUJI
reasonable, call OX 12426. modern kitchen, awning, win- ter home, drive by .
dows, etc. Price Is only $12,500
CLEAN. NICE room private and monthly payments are 290 NW 53rd St. EDISON SPECIALS
entrance and bath. 925 NW 52 $85 month. Life Realty, 1932 Then call
St., phone PL 7-4767. NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open us
Sundays and evenings. j FENSTER REALTYPL 544 NW 49' E treet .
APT.20, also room, $7.50 9.8779
double, $10 single, call or come LOVELY, like new, larger I OPEN SUNDAYtZ-6 P.M.
Ho OX 1-1600"'can.' bo seen Sun. house. Four bedrooms, three l 4-bedrooms, 2 baths, extra Urge Fla. room. $450 .
:and Monty ,., a t bathroom, oversize enclosed Duplex $400 Down down, FHA terms. This beautiful CBS home for large
garage, flat tile roof, awning
ROOM with private entrance type windows, large front and Beautiful location In Manor family or thiae who like, >tl etstertain. .,:

2531 NW 55 T3t., phone NE !side porches, large modern Park area. FHA approved' t 4,1(
R 4744. built-in kitchen We can make
in exceptional deal on this Total price $12,000. Owner 52nd""
796 NW street
MODERN APT. 2-bedrooms beautiful home. Don't miss this pays closing costs. Drive b' :
all conveniences adults only, If you're looking for an out- 4757 NW 16 Ave. OPEN SUNDAV 2-6 P.'M.'
785 NW 51 St. 757-6365. -tandlng home Life Realty,
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371, then call us CBS corner duplex, tile roof, $450 down, FHA

HOUSE 3-bedrooms. 30111h Open Sundays and evenings. FENSTER REALTY terms, less than 5 years old. One side furn. Plenty
NW 56 St. NE 5-8970Stove-
refrigerator.II.. i .ROCER MEAT. Veg. 9.8779 closet, space.
.., '" ; store, good location, good mon-
FURN., _2. BEDROOfr duplex. .y maker for right party Rea- -+-
Furrt. I bedroom, adulUj.o win sonable. Come see, 2101 NW
bedroom 2 bath partly furn.. modern kitchen.
take a child up to t3 %. old, G2 St. M7
MU 1-0325,, all mod .tYf| For Sale Bargain $500 down, no qualifying& $85 month.. I
$75PER MONTH: $195 down, 2-bedroom house full price
TWO NICE HOUS,1' 1 malJ 'move',' right .,in, 3-bedroom, .tflf.'- ,'' *-...-..*_'v- C.,1 *: .'''
,family, '$20 and $22 per week, See 4721 NW 16 Ave. $5,900, low down psiyinent. .' : '' : Wi'" :
oNE 5-5566. Owner WI 5-9886. C :i' .9 down, no' qualifying, no c osi".cpat.. pven. .
$65', a month., ,. .;, >. ... "* .. ..-
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all. !
LOVE efficiency apt, for 1or OPEN 2-5 SUN. 400 NW 44ttt "' "','. ..' ,jrjght) j .$::7P. month -pa,.. -" -"

2,' adults, $19 per week, NE St., $77 month pays all. Nice -.
.'5-55C6.:: ?-bedroom CBS big rooms, oak -
floors, tile roof, a real bargain CBS duplex, bedroom 285 NW 48th Street
HOUSE, 2-bedroom unfurn., it $11,500, $350 down. Come see.
real neat home. Manor Park Ben-Kori Realtor, 714 NW 02 each side. $1,000 down. Custom built CBS home, extra large Fla. roo'm, king

'area, stove only. $88 month. St., PL 4-3131, PL !9-5533.::) 'Ixe bath drive by then call.
Fenster Realty, PL 0-8779. garage,
OPEN 2-5 SUN. 4851 NW 5
3-BEDROOM CBS house at Ave. Executive home for those Be sure, pot sorry,; auto liability -+-
3333 NW 69 St. Open dally from with distinctive taste. 3-fbed- 536 NW 47th Street
0 2 full baths, large Fla. insurance tor every
a.m. Key next door, 3327 Mrs, I room, !.
Cooley. Unfurnished, move .room enclosed for 2 cars; Live rent free, bedroom CBS home, plus 3 CBS
right In, $25 weekly. Call Mr. double corner lot. This beautiful '
GrtC1A. 444-G12G. evenings HI home cost more, but you unit Furnished, no qualifying. Drive by then call.:
R-2R2 Ie 1 bedroom furnIshedframe must see.: Cash! talks here, but body.GOODMAN'S
house, 1805 ,4 NW 76 no qualifying required, terms -.-
Terr. S. S. Coss Realty, 5305 crran ed. Ben-Korl, Realtor,
SW 8th St.NEW 714 NW G2 St. PL 9-5533.: EDISON! REALTORS
Real Estate and Insurance .

KINDERGARTENNW SMALL 3-bedroom for only
5ith St. and 17th Ave. now $9,200 total, $300 down, If. year 2688 NW 62nd St.
open. Trained personnel, sup- mortgage It's clean and neatIn 175 .62nd St 751-2441
ervised play hot lunches, free perfect condition new awnings ,
pkjcup and delivery, reason- good area Ben-Korl Re al.'j I I OX 1.0380

}al/l-Jm.. rate, Please call OXj f'r tor., n.714 533.NW 63 1, rI. f.3!, ............:....... ...................- ........ ... n n Rn

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AMES Ask Return of Ball. .. ;Those; American ::Olympic- IL 1520 N.W. 62nd Street

Continued from page 3 Winter Sports team members, :.:

I in Florida there are four Four Reasons' Why (two toboiztraner and a skier,)

'$ active candidates for the office had tough sledding in Austria THE MARKET WITHE COURTEOUS SERVICE'' .
;f of Bishop at this time. At present Bishop Ball ShouldBe recently. Returning from a
II? they are each accorded party, they drove the wrong -+- w'I\
I equal time and attention by the way on a one-way street, ending ,
administration, but they are at Returned to Fla. up in Jail after a brawl with I
liberty to run, walk, or Just the police Protesting "gestapo Fresh Meat-Low PricesATMANKERYOUCAN I
hold their own, until such timeas Continued from page ;3 techniques", they accused the
the administration, by agreement police of brutality. Their celebration ,
I of leaders, provide for a Eleventh Episcopal District, turned into cell-abra- !: ,
primary. Those active delegates particularly as it relates to the I sion.
ore: Rev S. A. Cousin of MIami Episcopal Administration discloses -
I, D. Hinson of Tallahassee, i Such treatment in Austria -----
Walter S. White of Galnsvllle, oneness and unity of purpose I could scare off tourists, for

; and J, A. Reddick of St. Peters- and fellowship gestapo tactics could be guest- BURY

I burg They are running, but NUMBER THREE: stoppers. .Im sure our Olympic
they are observing all of the team will be happy to ski-dad-

courtesies toward each other lie is physlclally fit and spiritually dIe back home. YOURLOVE ONES FOR NO
with the hope of winning .
as Bishop Ball has done favorf strong. He is capable as The battle: between the U. S.,
an executive. He has the knowledge and Cuba is now being fought -
Florida. They have taken higher
ground in hopes of lifting all of the affairs in connec- with water guns. We drydocked CASH OUTLAY!
four Cuban fishing boats, and
men up with them. tion with all phases of the
in retalliation Cuba is trying to
Church. lip commands respect. dehydrate our Naval base at

Bishop Ball himself has a desire His evangelistic ability is always I'Guantanamo. Sofar it's sea-saw SOCIAL, SECURITY . . $255.00V.
to return to Florida for the captivating, to the extent battle.
next quadrennium. One selfish that where ever he is
reason would be because his scheduled to crowds Despite what Castro says,
home Is In Miami, hut: he has gather to hear preach him. ,As a remIt there was something fishy, about A. . . . . . $250.00

not said that. Everything he has the churches are spiritually those boats being in American
done, however, since coming to revived, souls saved, fellowship waters. He's just trying to bait
Florida he has had a big reason. strengthened and the us with his communistic line. TOTAL FUNERAL $505.00
His desire to return is there- community blessed. I Sometimes I wonder how these
fore tied up with his big rea- poor Cuban suckers got hooked
son of wanting to continue ele- NUMBER FOUR: with him as a leader. He shouldbe CASH OUTLAY $000

vation of Christian leadershipto For years, Florida has uf- cast out.
of service for
a higher plane
rered for this type of leadership A government report links
the general Christian constituency -
of Florida and the Ba- In regard to encouraging the smoking and cancer, with no ifs,
hamas. raining of the ministry coming ands or butts. The report is re- Funerals From $150 UpGRAVE
into our Church. We can boast sponsible for lowering Florida )

The church In Nassau, Bahamas I that under Bishop Ball, thereIs cigarette consumption by 10%,
has been trying for near- evidence of revival of con- indicating that the nicotine drag SITE EXTRA
ly half a century to build an cerned interest in young men may get the tar knocked out of
edifice In which to worship and who have answered the call to it. Well, that's better than usIng -
hold conference sessions In the the ministry-and our good bishop the tar to pave the road to
respectable her brothersand has gone to the fullest extentto cancer.
sisters on the mainland do. see that these future pastors!
enrolled The one who has most to fear
but her mission status, windand are for Theological 1
training and are given appointments from the smoking-cancer linkis
storm, her less fortunate the chain smoker he may
to assist In meeting OX 1-9151
economic condition and the
link. Just
their needs and obligations. become: the missing
distance from
one to
to show that /smoky
goes you
another have her
lungs can mean a foggy future. 4
progress In spite of her deter- From October, 1062, to Jan.
mination. It remained for the 1964, in Florida under the leadership -
hlghmlnded Bishop Ball to of Bishop Ball, there are

make the Initial step. The grand dicated.ten Churches erected and de- .+++..+.................
view of the great crowd witnessing There are quite a number
this long prayed for of pastor's homes and Educational Painting Contractor j
and sought for event of the Buildings erected
groundbreaking, had a peculiar throughout the State.
semblance to certain events In WARNER HINESLicensed

the Holy Land. Bishop Ball Is Whenever the ranks have
considered to be one of the bishops been broken by death of Min-
that Is short on promises isters their
or families b
but he is ,
long on bringing Hall has personally attended to
things to pass. They have great deliver the eulogy and give I
hopes that Bishop Ball will bf
comfort to the bereaved. Hundreds .x_
returned to Florida, and the Ba attest of this fine
hama delegation, like their very
Godly spirit: of our beloved
brothers and sisters on the Bishop Ball.
mainland. of Florida I have pledged r. Living Service for the Living"

return themselves of Bishop 100 Ball.% behind the kindest, The laymen concern have nnd received enduring the I Oscar L. Range Funeral HomeM.

Among the outstanding visitors patience of our Bishop, consi- Athalle Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr
observed to the state to dering their problems.For and Insured
witness for themselves and en- Hy City and County 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue

Joy phere the of Improved Florida's spiritual eighth atmo-An- 56 years, our work in Service phone FR 9.8685 OX 1-0131 OX 1-4343
Nassau, the Bahamas Confer
nual Conferences FREE ESTIMATES
were the Rev.
pnce has been greatly
E. L. Hickman, Bishop of the This Conference has neglected.never .......-......HN1HH.-+.i
13th Episcopal District; Dr. B. owned a foot of land in
J. Nolen, editor of the Chris-I Today, under Bishop NMsal1'l CJHIIAT PROPHET

ian recorder; Dr. H. Ralph ministration! we own one block A True Leader
Jackson, Director of the Min- site for Church and a parochial :1." Years of Experience
imum Salary Fund: Dr. E. A. school. in former years this Iti*hop Hunter l I" well known a*
Selbv, Secretary Treasurer of was a seemingly; impossibility
AME Sunday School Union: Dr Thank God for Bishop Ball PROF. HUNTER
L. Greene. Jr. Secretary Treasurer i
If nick, worried In
you am or
of Division of Education.
Because of the aforementioned troubled thin l H the place to comeUon't
.. al Institutions; Dr. R. W. Mance $
Treasurer of the AME Church and many other achievements ntnjr In the rut, push hack
in such a short period of time, the tell of bad luck that seems
I Mrs. A. Beatrice Williams, edi- I
tor of the Missionary Magazine we can clearly see that the.Ares, to hold jon In your track, and
ent Presiding Bishop f is the type dt nnee fonvnnl hy the help of
Dr. Howard D: Gregg?, President
God under the
of leader for the leadership of,
Episcopal -
of D. A. Payne College Candidates
District. I'rof. Hunter who has 35 year
present were Dr. G. Way of experience In spiritual ando
man Blakely of St. Louis; Hu- your
ttart N. Robinson of Detroit; Be it resolved that the elect- haij| py. He will show you how
Harrison, J. Bryant of Baltimore, ed delegates, Ministerial and KKK THE UOHLD'H
..' and W. H. Hall of Valdosta, Ga. Lay, herewith Petition the General to bypass your enemies and get the thing that life demand
I am sure there were others' Conference to return Bishop for you. Come one, come all. Healing meeting every Wednes-
; whose names do not appear in Rail as Presiding Bishop of day at the Spiritual Temple of Zion, Inc., .VII7 H.W. 17th 8U,
: mv notes, but will he accountedfor Florida for the np\t four .n'1rll.:. West Hollywood. Fla. Tt3o p.m
as soon as I can verify their Rev. D. A. Russell' presiding
presence. "?ds:, Tvstors' :; and debates .
of tho Eleventh Episcopal District
WP all know It fs the custom (Florida).
,' for visitors:: to always express::
themselves favorably to rrncl-
I .Al.t FItllI: ANI iv.\I
oils host:: or hostess, but the
Daughter Elks II'll'U TIIKIH
truth" of all their expressions
f was too obvious to doubt, because DONATION' 'l'tTIIK .

}, Bishop Ball and Mrs. ,Ball CelebrateThe SPIRITUAL TEMPLE OF ; w V
were lifted up in the spirit
throughout all the 8 conferences.And daughter Elks of Greater ZION, Inc.
the Scripture says, "AndI Miami Temple are celebrating \t tit. h.."... of the Tire president -
if I lifted up I will draw all their' Twentieth anniversarywith nnd itRHflnrcr. She In nt!.o I I
men unto me., (John 12:32): ), and a dance. one of nor ordained ministers.
the Scripture has proven to be Our charter Is registered' In 5417 S.W. 17th Street Hollywood, Florida "t'
true to the dimension ,and it Dt. Sara Smalley is chairman Rroward and Hade CountiesL. 1. mile eat State IJoaU 144 3 mile. wrM of Hallamiale .
has lost none of its effectiveness mittees along with Dt. Smal- HUNTER D.D. Nnrth *I, p.m. Rund ,
transla-j ley are working very hard to ,., p.m. HI
through numerous ,make It 1657 N.W. 73rd St.' 1 n :t fun f | .ft..1 q* *, end r.mntr. Heading "a''llv W
a success.
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Beauticians Unit 7 THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

." The Beautician Unit No. 7 I SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15, 1964 PAGE 15

Spearing held Its regular meeting Feb. 4,

.',. with The all offices present Typewriting For day evenings from 7.10 In room
Beautician are observing 120. Miss Estelle E. Waller Is
National Beauty Week will Adults the instructor. One can qualify
.. With worship Feb 16. at Zion Hope for a position as a ists I
SportsBy Missionary Baptist Church 5128 Typewriting for adults Is be. or secretary upon completion of
NW 17th Ave Rev. P. Fillman
ing taught Monday and Wednes the course. Feb. 29 "
pastor a special invitation is
nAnny i SPEAK extended to all unit members i .

t 41 ,, to worship with us.
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v :Jo. :;':; "" '
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; want to express our sin.
One more week Is left to pur- cere appreciation for having
chase tickets for the heavy- One wst.a the greatestalightweights Mr. Dupree Klnney: who met WIGSBY

weight championship fight between in his day, is trainIng at BUD. with us Monday, Feb 10,
Sonny Listen, the champand DY PACk'S gym to keep fit. at Vogue Beauty Fair giving us
CassiUs Clay, the contender Important '
Jack does not look Information which
Do not -forget the date Feb. 30. Don't let yoUr a wire day overthis read was benefit to all MR. BOND
25 at the Miami Beach Convention Members present at Unit met.
Hall under the promotion ing Mrs Marion Muldrow Alone
of Chris Dundee- and that great. STEW Scott, Ella Hall: Martha Elden,
sportsman, Bill MacDonald. boys, Is managing( of our local Mary Wilson, Mildred Williams,
two OCJd
Doris Lucas, Carl lha Scavella,
JOE LOUIS, the most popu- li0rTlnAt, Prospects heavyweight, BOBBY Virgel Williams, Maggie Hinder.

lar heavyweight since the days VINCE MALONE, still an ama-and son Betty Collins, Winifred
0f JACK DEMPSEY, gets a teur. Brooks.
standing ovation wherever he A dellcous repast was served
and enjoyed.Our Eli
guest ___ ALEXANDER B ROO K S,I next meeting will be
KI' Scout Master HERBERT WIL held
KING who LIAMS Cub Master SYLVESTER at the home- of Mrs Betty
Collins 3505 Grand Ave.
fought all heavyweights in his !
a group Mrs. Marion
Including' Joe Louis Muldrow, presi-
day, is of 19 youngsters; of troop and dent
very popular around Sonny Lls- pack 56 of Mt. Zion Baptist Winifred Brook
ton's training quarters. King Church were guests of Sonny
sells neck ties to keep the wolf Liston this week. He took pic-
away. He does alright for himself tures with the group and a

AARONSON JOE and. ROMERO managed, is, former by a detective SAMMY fighter SUGAR good MONTGOMERY AL time NETTLOW RAY was ROBINSON had and who by numerous all.fought, BOB,: r* SOCIAL SECURITY r I !.!': '!.!, I

with the Surfslde Police Dept. others, owns and operates! tht' enlaces "

JOHNNY McKENNA, former Miami:, Nettlow's Roaring 20's Bar and I a South the W -reIiI.re:! -]_ .

bantamweight champion of Double A Lounge. u tm.llITruo"ITn TIll III (ClOVk"I' d4iii!;
Canada 41 years of age, still :
looks like a young boy watching MICKEY RYAN of Detroit "Many folks think the only
the champ, Sonny Liston- 'vho boxed In the early 30's. a reason they should write or call
train. good crowd pleaser, retired the social security office is to
warrant' officer of the Air I sw
claim remarked Edward
GEORGE KOBB from Elizabeth ;
vorce, Is with Industrial Relations P. Blonston. Manager of
N.J. promoted, managedand
of the Eastern Air Lines
the Miami
announced some of the North office, in an

greatest fights for 45 years, is CORRECTION! Sorry it hap- interview yesterday. "The truthis 1 I
every one should know what
here for the fight. ._ _
!oened.: JOHNNY BURNS now payments can be made and
NICK STEP ANOVITCH and connected with CHRIS DUN- when to claim them. This is NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS
brother, DANNY, who fought ., Just as important in planningfor
assistant trainer to BENNIE
the future aa are health and
many LEONARD along: with
others here In the 40's are visiting MANNY SEAMAN, also refer. life"Thoughtful insurance. people now ask $89 to$189
from Pittsburgh where
red quite a number of fights ahead of time, about old-age
many a great fighter came
from. To name a few there survivors, and disability pay- START NOW! SAVE OR SEND$5.00A
were HARRY GREB, BILLY EDDIE LASSMAN, commIssioner ments from social security They
CONN, FRITZI ZIVIC and of World Boxing, along pass the information on to their WeekWear
because they realize
many more. with MORRIS KLEIN Miami dependents
the social security taxes they
Beach commissioner, taking a
DANNY (Bang Bang) WOW good look at Sonny training. pay are building for the future. your imported 100 per cent European human
I3ER who defeated KID GAVI- "While It Isn't always con- hair wig well before Easter. Afterwards paY' at
LAN, WALLACE BUD SMITHand An old time reunion, JULIAN venient for busy people to take
a number of other good BLACK, co-manager of Joe time for a visit to the office," the rate you find convenient.
boys is body guard to Jackie Louis, one of the all time greats Mr. Blonston continued, "thereare FROM $10 TO $20 MONTHPrice
Wilson, the great singer end talking over some of the experiences other ways to get Informa-
former boxer. Womber is the they had together tion about social security. Free include set, wig case, wig head, wig brush
father of nine children with booklets, written in easily and the wig book.
one more on the way DAN SCURESE, detective of understood language, are avail WRITTEN GUARANTEEPay
homicide Newark, N.J., nn ardent able on request. These include
for wig want. Wear wig while
you your
MARTY SHARNIK and a.. fight fan, watching Sonny general Information about social -
good friend of the writer of I train. security, facts about disability you pay. We show the wigs in the privacy of your
this column Is covering the payments, help for self. home.
fight for Sports Illustrated, employed business men nnd
Magazine. Lots more news in next farmers, and many more. Also, Call JE 2-1180
week's column for the coming questions can he answered by ASK FOR MRS. LEONARD
JACK PORTNEY who wishes heavyweight fight. I I telephone and by malt"Mr.

Blonston Invites! the public

I North's Travel Agency important the to make district Job use office.is of to the"Our help facilitiesof most the Ford Real Estate Specials!

folks in the Miami area keep up
Annouces Vacation Tours with their social security; he WE HAVE A LARGE SELECTION OF 2, 3, 4 BEDROOM .

North's Travel Agency 1* EUROPEAN TOUR. This time
'demonstrating that substantial '.V boat or air. Visiting Eng- Down Payments From $100

!'savings can be made on the following 'and, Holland, Belgium Luxembourg 1-1228 NW 42nd Street. Rent $18 week.
1964 all-expense vacation Germany, Switzerland 1,
Liechtenstein, Austria Italy, Small home.
special to Europe. I
''the Holy Lana, the Caribbean Monaco France. Total inclusive [ 2-2959 NW 57th St. 3-bedrooim $195
resorts, Mexico and also oui costs: $895. Optional" 10-day extension lfi ",, 1j down, $20 week.

New York World Fair Special. toAfrica' :York$599. Boat 3 3-3154 NW 57th Street. 2bedrooms$150 down,
New ,
rip leaves July TONIGHT !
Just to mention a few of our returns August! 7. Second boat ..- $20 week.
glamour packed trips at the almost Tip leaves New York July 17, 4-2125 NW 44th St. Large house $250 down
unbelleveable priceon -cturns New York July 17. $20 week.
these selected dates: Air trip leaves! New York
July 10, returns New York Aug. 11 Exciting Races 5-1064 NW Gist St. 3-bedroom beauty
JUNE 20, ioe4TEACRER'S- 7. Second air trip leaves New $500 down $85 month

BUR TOURS to York July 21, returns New 6-1925 NW 50th St. Nice, clean home $150
NEA convention. This 26 day York Aug. 18. Tour sponsoredby
trip will include an exciting American Teachers! Association down $20 week. I
scenic tour visiting eight large and State Teachers As- 7-45Q2 NW 23rd Ave. Large: house. $20 week
mldwestern cities Including St. sociation.
.Louis, Denver, Pike's Peak Salt BeachDOG
:Lake City, Los Angeles, Grand JULY 24, 1964- BRAND NEW BEDROOM HOMES
Canyon, Oklahoma City, Memphis AFRICAN BUSINESS SURVEY
Climax American visits TOUR. Visit five coun- TRACK From $500 Down
with a post NEA convention 6 tries. Dakar Senegal, Monro- Good location. Call today
day tour to Honolulu. Tour departs via, Liberia, AbidJan. Ivory in i it M i ll.r|: > r M
Birmingham, ,Ala. June Coast, Accra, Ghana Lagos, Ni
'20. Returns Birmingham July geria. Personally escorted tour.
in Total costs: $658. Inclusive 17 day tour: $1,395. GRANDSTAND
TUNE 26, 1961- Leave New York July 24, re- BEDROOM CBS HOMES
turn New York Aug. 28. Optional ADMISSION p I $100 Down From $60 month I
HOLY LAND AND EUROPEAN extension to Rome, Paris,
TOUR vHltlnff 14 coun- London $150. St Large SelectionWe
tries in 32 days including Senegal -
Liberia Ivorv Coast, Ghana Ask about our Greyhoundand are open Saturday and Sunday
Nigeria, Egypt, J LeMnon Syria, Trallwny BUM all-expense
Jordon, Israel, Italy, Switzerland trips to the New York World's.
England. Tour leaves Fair.Write COUSINS AVE. Ford Realty Inc.
New York June 2A. returns for brochure with day
New York July 27. All expense by day details. Enquire about Closed Circuit ,
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r r'r. (Daggett and Ramsdell, the after; a$,Perna-Silk] 'treatment,

'AI L of 625 Madison Ave., New I ", 'f,hc,. foH&wing. ., valuable: door .

dY!' rtN. 'A A1S r S + a York City, will present a prizes will be'".r given: ,,3' oc t } MA ,17
::1'A'Nr: ; air 1""4' LL PSr Perma-Silk Demonstration Par- size transistor radloii .(withstands .
I dRr + x ty Monday, Fell: 24, from 10 ); 5 gift boxes of' Dag- .
a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Sir John gett and Ramsdell cosmetics; of .
y Hotel, 276 NW 6th St. 5 gift boxes of D, 11.'.Babbitt '
; Household Products;' 100 Baby '?
All beauticians are invited to Vanda Orchids for,the :tirst'lOO, ,"
I '::::::::::::: see this safe scientific cream guests ? ,' ,
\::::::::::::::: hair relaxer demonstrated on i t ,.
'YYrrrr,. k living models, and watch it William J. O'Ilri e S i J; 7.,1 rNW
': :::::::::;;" strengthen every strand, and 2nd Ave., Is the 19c..if"t1slrib! .: .
By ALBERT W. COOK1S; ;. ::4; leave hair soft and silky. tor, and Leola M; Edwards is '
"This is Father's world He's got the whole world national sales manage Smart ti
my1 '* Perma-Sdlk is the only hair Miami women are already asking '
in His hands' .-.,- relaxer that really works on for this fabulous treatment.
bleached, tinted or gray hair. The company will train stu:
THIS IS NEGRO EDUCATION WEEK Guests will follow a famous dents in the Perma-Silk meth-

DID YOU KNOW IT? >., ," '._ :..... hair stylist, as she creates od without charge at its trebling -
It is not puzzling that there exists differetotcftues: y,Ylng.,. ForMlss; smart, sophisticated hairdos clinic in New York. ,

of citizens. Search history. You will find the intellectual J -.. "

few dominating and, somewhat preying on the 'irtaxperjJ; ,1'Jp._ berwock":

enced majority. Travel the route of Darwin's Evolution Four Voter-Workers'
k Barbara Davis, an outstanding -
Walk, the path' of the Bible's.Adam and Eve. During each senior at Booker T. Wash-

ington High School is vying for Arrested In
books which
exploration you will discover history our the coveted title of Miss Jab-
either the mentally strong or children and other children -
berwock. Barbara is activeIn
the physically strong in author- ,learn. school and community very acti- QUINCY Four CORE vot- to the county jail to, find out.
ity. Be that as it may, this has er registration workers were Hamilton, was thereupon art
vities. Among her affiliations
The past is not to be forgotten. many
been Father's world. arrested during the January rested for "open profanity.
always my
He's got the whole world From it our children are are: The Girl Counselors, 25-26 weekend in this seat of The following day, Mr. and
Yesh is hand. to know the Negro story What The Honor Society Future Gadsden County, which Patricia Mrs. Due, accompanied by Den.
The baffling thing is that they enjoy today is their heritage Teachers of America, BTW press Stephens Due describes as nis Flood, a white student wentto
many second class citizens be- as well as their God granted Club, Athletic Association "medieval In Its race relationsand visit the three in Jail --
French Club4 and the Senior
right. When the color bar- :
do where Ne- whereupon Flood arrested
have as they do. They Chorale an area many was
things which perpetuate a class riers are destroyed perhaps Society. groes are still virtual-slaves on for "trespassing." The three
and caste society. In many instances things in our United States will the tobacco farms." Mrs. Dueis whites have been ''released on
Ebony people unnec- ,be different. Now we can only heading CORE's voter regis- their own recognizance and
essorarily and voluntarily hurt visualize what tomorrow will tration drive in this county and Hamilton has been freed in $50
their cause. Meanwhile, Negro be. In God we trust. We hold Attention In adjacent Leon County, whose bond.

boys and girls suffer. Some get This these is truths to father's be self worldHe's evident. seat Is the city of Tallahassee. .................................-........,..-........
rich and others get poorer. Yes, my Home OwnersFor CORE Task Force Workers '"'
numerous "Raven people" are got the whole world in Judy Benlngton and Rosemary For Better Pictures, See ,
like "nitet/ugs": that fling his hands. quality building Dudley both white -i were
themselves into the murderous fThe Negro is not to forgetto arrested when they came to Johnson of Miami
heart of light. do the little things which addition and remodelingPL address a meeting at the 40 Phone, FR 7.2294:
will cause God's blessings to Club, which Is patronized by
rrhe.ignorant people of the Negroes. Shortly after their arrival
materialize too often one for- 4.0655 Dinners Parties Wedding
world'may fault the Negro for gets that big things have at the club, several. county -
his short-comings. The Intelligent r
little parts that are very essen- law officers arrived and took Passports Home Movies
people of the refrain tial and important.You them to jail
from Judging the colored Since the officers refused to Baby Pictures A Specialty
people. This is my father's may not pass this way From $5 per week name the charges, Mrs. Due,
world. The most intelligent but some black boy and her husband who is an attor- 409 N. W. 17th Street
people of the world know that main It Is the Negroes taskto FHA OR BANK TERMS ney and Tallahassee CORE Miami, Florida

he's got the whole world in his build the "bridge" for them. chairman Julius Hamilton. went .-..-.,,..-.......-.--.......-..-..-......'
Fla. Room Kitchens .
also know that to -
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everything there is a season. for income tax service, 1532 Bedrooms Bathrooms
Segregation season is Just about -
NW 51st St., phone 690-103.
over. Carportes Garages Finest Selections lIT Miami

Solomon is our spokesman ... -c.c i09ii'9'
"They made me the keeper of Awnings Fences
the vineyards; but mine own J. A. SummonsREAL Lovely homes -
vineyard have I not kept" We News Realty Inc. open
say this of America. It is true. ESTATE 'NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ
The Negro as a slave under the (BUILDERS .
white i man's supervision INVESTMENTAPPRAISALS DIVISION) Term Less Than Rent

erected the pillars upon which 4740 NW' 7th Ave. 4 1 _.._.....,._ r1335NW41stjStreet .
America rests. Yet, whe'nVhistory
was written the,"lI/ebony" I- .
people were not granted; in 4' !IaN ;' .
writing their just due jin; the <,NE 4.6875 Sharp, 2 bedroom, Fin room,..oak floors, '' and car
t+ .. 't.j 'down t$9,066'total price. ,
\ porte. per. mon.tr.
""-" 1899 N.W. 53rd St. ,
'+7 Y, ft* A Miami AdIPays 't. .It.\....; :
"." In Appreciatioin' "f' *.Miami 42, Fla. 4'; Times
1 ''.bc 280 NW '43rd.Street
Mr. and Mrs. RalpHJfdnhson ,:.-1
wish to thank their. many tadf Not Costs I Lovely CBS 3-bedroom oak floofi, tile roof and car-,-

gifts friends and and thoughtfulness neighbors fonrthelr'iWhilemoving .t:' .-..----- porte $350 down, $71 per month)l$1 1,500total. price ,If
Into their new home at .,, ,.r.,
2920 NW 50th St. Their many Painless Office TJ'eatment''of r
thanks for the beautiful florals, 1125 NW 37th Street

cards Johnson's and stay donations in the during hospital.Mr. .RUPTURE. ., ,, Lf'LES' .SharP 2-bedroom, Fla. room'' hardwood floors, and

He's home and doing fine; Ilrctal DlManwi,' Vnrlcos) :'Veltis,, Pro. fenced :yard. $300 down, $77 month, $9,000 total

gtate-No lost time' -Discord Trnns' price. A ...
Personal Mention Upon Correction of Rupture Reducing .' ...

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reeves DR. LONG'S CLINIC Blood-Urine Test
NW *
5(18 46thJStreet ,'
;. ,of ..Washington,\VD. C. were 'iti i1f"11:1Y;'" "t t.>h'ltw' 4> fi* ;1C" E eeral he.ltfe errtoe ,
., ., ;:pJeMUJU .visitor* toy oyr.city, ... v ("*".* *- _- ,Beautiful CBS 3-bedroomf Fla; room, oak_ floors,

'i I. :.:. ._ ...? '.,"oh" 'EU&urday! ", A nq..J1n;! d : .... I '. tile roof andl appliances. $400 down, $71 month.
)I] : ::' -Reeveg.wre retu gron
+ ... $11,700 total price. -$'f .
rtdse, bi.
.. """' iesar South At ric0;z... I r....,-,.i:;.." : .:. :: .;' ,i .

Mrs.' ; Emma Dowen of 1426 ,r 335 ,NW fl5ih Street. : i': *'fi:: f -:'

r NW'60 St., is now at home recuperating Pretty: : CBS 2-bedroom, Fr. 'room, garaEearidkp'pliances. 1-"'. t- ., .
from an operation.
$400 _down, $74.,pecLmonth,.. $12OOQ.: total 0: I Ipr

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