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: March 12, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00359

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,Volume 42 No. 27 THE MIAMI TIMES, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1965 / for 6 PAGES 10 CENTS ;

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} / March 7 was "Bloody lev, Cal \ 0, ns I

Sunday In Selma, Ala, ed by ntown Mi
1t made so by state troopers Negro cafe e eF'eder-'
and members of the had eaten. 'five'* times.

Dallas County posse who
'('/ used billy clubs and teargas Federal that Presi- i I
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Frank M. "
to break up the first acted,
I attempt of a civil rights had ordered the crowd i

group to march from march eight
ff' Selma ,to Montgomery.The said his blocks. Cava- IiI
ed him to the Rev, Rob :I
center of a voter just order." director of the
registration drive for Council of I
The Nobel
more than two months, winner said Commission on 1p

'.'f 1 Selma has been the scene first time he and Race, call-
} of the arrest of more fied a S. Attorney
than 3,000 Negroes since Guibow. Gul-
der and that SELMA, Ala. SNCC
January 18. to com-
that he
might their demands Chairman John Lewis
(. The beating given Ne- contempt of Gen: Nicholas was taken to the Goo d 1
gro marchers Sunday by action. Samaritan Hospital here! '
t the troopers and posse MORE early Sundav where he
attracted the attention of DE was to bp X-raved for a
the nation and arousedthe As OUT possible fractured skull.
Indignation df the an The RNCC leader was:
nation's clergymen to the Presi- reportedly struck by a
extent that hundreds of Selma, tens released a posseman on horseb:; *''k
,'j them made the trek to of Negroes deploring what as he returned to the
Selma on Tuesday and staged protest against church where the march
participated in the march tions In cities Negroes and started
called by Dr. Martin Luther nation from ef- Over 2.500 Negroes were I

King. Angeles on tensions tear gassed and beaten

3 MINISTERS marched, it possible for with clubs and bullwhips
BEATEN ket lines and to vote as they attempted a mass
Among the 450
clergymen federal march to Montgomery to
who went to Selmato
groes in regula- dramatize their fight for
protest the beating of clamped on the right to vote.
the Negroes, three of the The biggest Department
Rev. J. Reeb and the Rev. tion was in In two days, Lewis, an Alabama na-
Orlaff F. Miller, 32, both Michigan Corporatinn."J police haul- tive has been arrested

white ministers the Romney, a camped four times In Selma dur-
of Boston and the Rev, and Detroit office of At- ing the past three years

This striking photographic study is that oft .Clark Olson 32, of Berk- rome Cavanagh ., Katzenbach. ''that his group has been -w"I f
maintaining; a voter registration 4..
Ij Carmen,,,Doubrechet., Miss Doubrechat' wad ; '" Y
='" "f" "t ;, tc drive here. ":,
cently the featured modeFin a series of tele #'i* <
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vision commercials prepared for West Indies 'I"
and Jamaican stations. Besides her ,other bus- ",>'" f :f"' R NAACP ,,
l;yr: ; :";'1 ;> 1 h k ,.Tyr
'ness interests Miss Doubrechat is a counselor ",:,<$"-1'J'l1' '% t : >&' f f{ q y Demands -
: 'i :N '; , at the Vogue School of Charm.--Glam. YIW !
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our photo. I<.. ?i''' .f$ .tI' ,, ; ,.'" into Tampa
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I School Board Approves Negro Press The National -
Association for the

I New BoHsdar Uses I More than 75 of America's Robert Wagner March 13, NNPA Advancement of Colored
outstanding Negro editors government World's Fair, People here has deman-

Boundary line and transportation Every effort is being made and publishers will make a participate in I 11 announce the ded an investigation into
changes which will to plan in the best way pos three-day Pilgrimage March tion ceremonies. Award" winners the police shooting of f\\
affect some 38 schools across sible for the overall educational 11,12, and 13, to the birthplace ner also will Luncheon Tommy Wilson. 17yearold -
of the first claim they will Negro; youth and the
the county were approved by welfare of the county's Negro news Negro
suspension of the police
the Dade County School children and at the same timeto paper FREEDOM'S Week. March hit, "Gol- .
shooting oc- ,
Board Wednesday as it movedto consider the economic JOURNAL founded in 1827 The at the Majestic surred on Feb. 20.
meet the problems of over problems of the taxpayer in New York City. gin in & & Sammy
crowding growth and shift Dr. Hall pointed out. The National Newspaper March 11. with cast. In telegrams to Gover-
ing population patterns. While it is the function of Publishers Association in travelling as a some 168 nor Hayden Burns the
Each year,as new schools the school administrationto commemoration of the 138th York City the daily bi- Civil Rights/ Commission,
are planned or opened and recommend assignment of anniversary of the Negro In addition to American nnd Attorney General Nicholas -

registration evaluated it is students, a parent's preference preys will conduct servicesat JOURNAL L. Stanley den. Katzenbach,
necessary to review boundary of schools will be S Varick Street, the last ceremonies in the Louisville the NAACP called for a
lines and make adjustments considered he said. Letters known printing site of on March 12. president. through! inquiry into the
FREEDOM'S JOURNAL and will be Garth C. circumstances surrounding -
explained James Rice director explaining the proper
of the school system's IMOCCUIUCH uivuiveu also at the John B. Russwurm the National is a national the shooting; and the
welfare and 'attendance de will be sent to homes of School 135th Street and 5th and also witness of NNPA, will suspension of George
partment. children in the next report Avenue named for the first of "Major of the pilgri- Kelsey, police chief of

"Some schools face cards. Negro editor.New York MayorMeyer bia Pictures Oviedo.
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others serious rooms.":develop overcrowding vacant class while r :; "5 If-8.1p"vocall to be Guest in Miami !I IAn

Several of this year's proposals
are preparatory to Oklahoma-born Brook time grocery boy in St. Louis,
smooth implementation of lyn pastor, who has become Mo., and product of New York!

previously announced plansto a crusader for Negro economic ', '. University following service:
phase out senior high sufficiency will make in World War II, launched a] ....
grades at George Washington Miami the next stop for his"selfhelp"gospel : t combination supermarket-

Carver North Dade and MaysIn : action. .C. ,J restaurant with his congre-j
the next three years-making ___ The Rev. F. Arthur Reed \ iI gallon's support. lie based
provisions for voluntary t jf pastor of St. Johns Baptist ; his action on the logical](
attendance at other schools. Church is to fill two invitational theory: "Produce your own;

The board will meet with y yr speaking engagements. ). .. ( jobs and income and you;
Negro leaders and patrons They are Sunday March 21, )01. ", have practically settled the:
to discuss problems 11 a.nu at St. form BaptistCb..ch. .. question of asking help
with 1328 N.W. Third from others." His project)
rent the phasing out r c 1 "_ M ." )
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process in the early future. M i employs eight people 'and.
1 profits go for youth programs.;

Recommended by Dr. Joe ,. r THREE CHARGED 11 The church-backed bus
Hall superintendent of flt1MSTERS' ness in the heart of Brook*
schools the BEATING '
comprehensiveplans I 1 lyn's densely populated
for next Fall were de-
Bedford-Stuyvesant area received -
veloped following intensive Three white men were
| Ave., Rev.Thedford Johnson wide coverage by the!
long-range studies by the arrested Wednesday Selma.Ala.on ,
radio and 'television.
pastor; and Wednesday press !
welfare administration and attendance through the department R Wrt Ii., High points to the new location efFrMklia charges of beating March 24, same hour, at St. Rev. Reed received invita-i
three white ministers who
which spots each Federal Saviigs & LOOM Association's btildiag on came to the west Alabama I i Luke Baptist Church, Eighteenth tions from churches in]
Boston Mass., and Musko-5
school-ago child in Dade a proposed Miami UrboH Renewal Map. The mew bvildiag city to participate in the St. lie Ave.will, address and Fifty-fifth theM geeOkla.as well as Miami,

County on master maps. located at 111 N.W. 5rh Street, (eider constrvctioa !i. the civil rights drive. One of the Baptist Minister's .Councilof to appear as consultant on. t

Where major revisions or bockgroMd) will be reedy e.dy.aext ...... Looking over ministers was near death 'I Greater Miami and Vicinity the plan.
transportation changesare the with Thursday in a Birmingham 1<, at the latter. Rev. Johnson While in Miami Rev.<
"Magic City" plan
involved parents will Mayor High are, fro. left, Rev. hospital.
is also president of the Reed will be the house guest]
be individually notified E.T. Graham, a director; Joseph Carry and Phillip Spiers council. of Rev. and Mrs. L.R. Ross;

prior to Spring registration. directors. 1 1:2 : ::: : :: : : : : : :::z The Rev. Reed, a one- 3270 N.W. 45th Street.
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On Feb. 23, 1965, the Honorable L.L. Brooks, president of Bonded luncheon and give valuable information to the group. The many questions

Rental Agency, Inc., called together his clients, office personnel and su- and answers brought out some very helpful information and the entire group

pervisors for a luncheon meeting at the spacious Islandia City Hall, located expressed themselves as being much better informed. An enjoyable experience >

at 4150 N.W. 7th Ave., in the Bonded Rental Agency office building. was had by all present, and other such meetings were requested.The .

purpose of the meeting was two fold. First, this presented an The president assured his clients that they would be called together again I

opportunity for the clients to meet the supervisors and other office personas soon ascertain details were further developed.

nel and get better acquainted. Second, the president was able to give them Seated at the head table are, the host, the Hon. L.L. Brooks, Mayor

first-hand information with regards to the many changes in the housing of Islandia and President of Bonded Rental Agency, Inc., the Honorable i

program now in progress. Chuck Hall, Mayor of Dade County; Hon. Earl Starnes, Vice Mayor; Mr. i

Mr. Brooks was very fortunate in getting the County Mayor and Vice Harry Markowitz, Business Magnate; Dr. Elmer Ward. Savings & Loan executive i
Mayor, the Honorable Chuck Hall and Honorable Earl Starnes to attend the ; Mr. George P. Harth, General I Manager Bonded; and Charles A, ::
Lockhart, Public Relations Director. !
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For all your: h isig' needs Call BONDED RENTAL AGENC

4150 NW 7th Ave. IDC-I
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Learn to Sell training, Tyson said a
person must:' Ifc 1C years ---i.aar., .,.---
And Get Paid of age or older and un- I
emf toyed. To receive a I 1 1I

Also son weekly must allowance he 10 years a per-old. i ,MAD MAN MAX., I It I

An "earn. while you unemployed have at least
learn" job training 2 years of previous work
course in salesmanship 1s experience of any kind BUYSANY18ING..' SELLS
being offered by the Fla. be the head of a family
State Employment Ser- or household, or he a I ,
vice to 25 unemployed member of a family or I > .>, ,< '--- I .
men or women. said Harry where the
L. Tyson, Miami Met- head of the family or
for ropolitan the ESES.Area Manager household is unemployed.Men I FURNITURE APPLIANCES I II

and women who OR WHAT HAVE YOUTV's
Tyson said that t h e are unemployed and
salesmanship job trainingwill would like to take this I I II
start on March 15, salesmanship training
will last approximately should contact the Fla. $19.95 UPALSO
14 weeks and all those State Employment ServIce's I I
Tit Mi..! AU.iae Chapter of the Florida A&M taking the training will located Commercial Office
at 20
AI.MMi Association presented to Dr. George W. Gore, S37 receive n week between while$27 in and the Ave. or tall 377-2411 SE. right First T.V., CAR & HOME RADIO REPAIRS

resident of FAMU, aid G.W. Connoly, executive se- training. away. BRING IT IN SAVE MONEY!

c. story of the General FAMU AUtmi Association, a Tyson said that there lfoa-8.=kM OfftcRUPTURE Treatrao. ; .
$300 check for the National Defense Loan Fend for Is a great demand for I?::v 't-A' ::"'.4',: (,i OP''N'7'DA'vS', I
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sales PILES ,
the 1965-66 school year. With Dr. Geore and Mr. people all over Dade j:}" > / ,
Connoly are Mrs. Marion P. Allen, 'financial secretory, would County benefit and this anyone training who Rectal rotate DUMe- !Ne. Varicose tart time Vefcu-, 1.1'.v:: : Ste

Miami chapteralandJng in for Charles Ingraham,.treasurer wishes! to make- .selling arareer. ''el Olecarol....e.TTVM n low Vpo net.Corr ctlMi : : :, >t; ::.v'. I
; and Edwin Detteritte, president of the Miami DR. LONG'S CLINIC ."" "i "ONE":69S., .. 3711. '?\ :,. j
chapter, To qualify for this IMS BW lit 9L FRn rr.r.r-ttt.rr.e I.r.rr r srrrr" .Hlll'-,-rp.h; > -

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kl'iiI' r 1A group of civic! leadBanquet Director- MUami b hoT the NAACSPjera
-"' "'-' have been named to ton. Hardricfc. la recognition of Fatbe
head a steering commit- The banquet: lIS being Gibson's j
tee for the testimonial sponsored by friends of service to the GretIt"ii ', I

.banquet' honoring. the _R_v' _Gibson_'__''n__and_"'_____the'_m___"MltHev. _n__-__...._all_'''_n_..: ______''n u I
Theodore Gibson'
Apr U4.

I.I Dinner chairmen, Dr. APPAREL FOR SALE
:George A. Simpson and
e I!Mrs, Joan Gherman have
x |announced that the following -. "Cfuunp rn taste, beer pocket?" Coma to Grace'
: have accepted where you'll find like-new excliuire drMMM,
I positions with the nib, kirt*, blouses shoes all original. $1 to $I
I mittee: Mink, fox and other stoles and fur jacket $5 to$10.
Testimonial thej Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen
1 ,r : Dr. George A dresses $1. Men's pore Italian milk snks. $3 and $S-
: :\general chairman; Blue serge suits $5. Sports jacket $2. Pant, shoes
Joan Gherman, $1. Skirts 6Oc. Also linens, drapes, bedspreads and
'man. other household Hems. New suits $10 pant 2 for
Banquet: Mrs. Edwin S $7, evening dresses $2. We cater to the elite. GraceGRACE'S
Shirley, Miss E. I. Wlllklnson .];
Honored Guest:' .Rev; 2512 NE 2nd Ave. FR 1-8372
Thedford Johnson, Mrs ..
Athalle flange.Distinguishd. Open 10 a.m. to 5 pun. ,.
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< Guest:
r. Rev. S. A. Cousin, Tal-
madge Fair.Arrangements. >:
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The Licensed Practical Nurses Club wor- Loyal 59ers Bessie Brunt, Mrs Irene ,
shipped at St. John's Baptist Church, Rev. Sheppard, Mrs CharlotteS for grilling '
The Loval 59ers will ro. < ,
Thedford Johnson, pastor, Sunday, Feb. 28. meet March 14. 4 p.m at I" Organizations: Dr. Edwin '
The members seated left to right: the home of Mrs. Flor- r S. Shirley., Donald broiling,
Mrs. N. Johnson, L. Perpall, reporter; E. ence Allen 1500 NW 18th Wheeler Jones' Esq., WW-
Ave. All members are Ham Wynn.., raising...
E. Wright, business manager; M. Johnson, asked to he present, also '.<, Publicity;, Miss Blanche
president; M. Alexander, Sue Harris, R. N., nil old members who rCalloway, Gar t h director; B. Bethune. have been absent from the ReeVe :. 1: ,4 yi
it\ Treasurer ,, :
Mrs Vernell -{
Standing: Rev. Thedford. Johnson, B. Sey- club.We Alb '
mour, Clark (guest), I. Clements, assistant wish- to extend our w" '.w. :" Y
heartfelt sympathy to
financial secretary; E. Please, Eva Pace, Mrs. Bertha Ayers In the New Nurses Aides
R. N. (guest), B. Cabiness, E. Johnson, passing of her father.

A. P. Brown, C. Blatch, T. Hicks, L: Thomas, Mrs. Tona Turner pres- Class StartedA
G. Alston, guest; L. Thompson, founder and ident: Mrs. Alice Jones, new class has been
organizer. reporter..,, formed at the Ideal
School for Training Nurses
Members not shown: R. S. Smith, vice House Guest Aides with the following

president; L. King, financial secretary; A. Ur. Lee Nealon and Dr. students: I1I for roasting,

Tillman, assistant recording secretary; M. Henry Finley of Florida Olivia Butler, Brenda ,, ,
Brown, recording secretary; R. Dickinson, A&M University house faculty of Jefferson, Leo Eddie T boiling
treasurer> ; M. Young, V. Grant, E. Brown, were Father and Mrs. guests Elisha S. Parks, Lenora Webb,
J. McClain, B. Brunt.-Photo by Johnson of Clarke, Jr. and family Dorothy Plowden West Gloria, H vstewing..
Seay, Alice Faye '
this week-end. These 31i /
Miami. past Barbara
Dora Love,
two professors were attending Deantlgnac, Pearl Ceason, ;
meeting -
a Martha Russell, Josephine ;
and Universities In Johnson, Elouise _____
11= the State of Florida a t Esther :_ f
of Miami. Lenard, Queen I
the University r.
Brown, Calvenia Riou, ___ _
Dorothy Strozier, Queen A2 -
Esther Watts, Dorothy
i Johnson, BernlcestlneJ ,t
Spriig Soli I t Male and Female Murphy. \ \ "

finest domestic and com- Each one of the pupils
OCCASIONAL CHAIR AND SOFA ercial lobs in this area has the desire to becomea
,69.50 j* nurse's aide who, under
FABRIC AND LABOR, I i ---ALSO--- supervision of registerednurses for baking, s

VUl I I Excellent domestic openings nursing, carries functions.out These basic frying, glazing... : '
I now in New York and Include attending the
CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES: : Connecticut. personal needs of assigned ,..",."
AND SLIPCOVERS I Transportation advanced patients and assistingin ,
I the (general maintenance <,;.. .
Fabrics of the nursing unit. I>'
i Mary's I Burlang Associates
; s A AGENCY The class will graduate -
CALLNA / < : in June.Registration. '
I 502 NW 54th Street f >.
18350 N.W.1TH AYE. (FREDRICK CENTER) !,I : Phone 757-7674 for next I
ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo class now in progress.




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We Service All Make .,

W. AIM Real

dcE. ("WandcilantL of Scanty TV'i by the week or month
all 'round

: and (14i9 cSalonDONT 907 N.W. 2nd AVENUEPhone for

II LIT U. MA C Youn Wi>. LOOK NATUHAI. FR 4-2044 better cooking. .
Act PH..&. or flown CUL.TUKC
THE NAACP NEEDS the sure, easy, modem way

SPIRITUAL TEMPLES & cooler, cleaner, safer .

CHURCHES, INC. for precious peace-of mind
get a flameless automatic -
Holding their 1st Notional ELECTRIC RANGE

States Convention here in You'll love it!
MiaMi Flo., Mar en 1521.

I i Ministers, preachers, teachers
4t # See the handsome styles
x a from all parts of the and colors at your .
states will be here prayingfor electric appliance dealer
the sick. No problem so
bad that it cannot be solvedby

the power of God. Ser

k. vices each night, 8 p.m. at
514 N.W. 6th St. Int. Bishop

1 1 1M 1h W.L. Lockett, overseer.
The lit president will be

here also, Rt. Pope W.

Shies, of New York City,
all are welcome, information .
call FR 4-6626 or FR


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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 12, 1965

FIRST NEGRO PUBLISHER ..... .> t s 1lli.:. };Stiil 1
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75 publishers and top editors \ .. ,,. ,, ...,. ,", I
this week iHf..Ji. "} T T "" --t; ..
York j
gro newspapers meet in New the Brownsville menta that will uu-grad
they will be gathering not only to observe the by Association our community," the

H.E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher 138th anniversary of the Negro press, but also residents Improvement and property said., "That win petitioners -
GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor John Russ- immediate aid In combatting delinquency
to honor the first Negro publisher, owners in the -

Member of th. Notional N.wtpop.r. Publl.h.ri Association wurm who used his writing eloquence to cru- neighborhood of the NE,St. rr'mn! and and eradicating
and to contendfor corner of NW 46th potential
sade against racial prejudice
breeding places of
have pew crime.
the N
immediate emancipation for e g r o.
ONE YEAR $5.00SIX MONTHS $3.00 J FOREIGN $6.00 titioned the MetropolitanDade The officers of the

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post Born in Jamaica, West Indies, in October, County to deny Commis-all requests Brownsville Improvement

, Office at Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 1799, Russwurm was the son of a white Amer- sioners to establish a bar Adams Association president are N e a 1
ican father and Jamaican mother. When in the ; John
Office a and package store A. McMinn vice
at 6740 N.W, 15th Avenue Phone OX 1-0421 presi
the senior Russwurm moved to the United vicinity.On dent; Mrs. W. C. Bawl,

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" States, he sent his son to Canada and, to con- Thursday March 18 secretary; George, Rosser
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America con .best lead
Sr. "treasurer.
thev world from roclo.l and national antagonism when it accords ceal their relationship, renamed th'e biy at 2 p.m. in the Commission ,

to every man regardless of race, creed or color his symbolically John Brown. Later, when the Chambers, Room

human and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-the boy's father re-married, his white wife insist- 1019, Court House, the
Negro Press strives to h.lp.v.ry man In the firm belief that ed that the youngster be taken into the fam- Board of County Com-
all men are hurt as long as anyone is held back. missioners will considerthe '
ily circle. appeal of Abenkay 3 64 Grads Finish

LITERACY TEST Russwurm received his formal education in and Realty Gertrude Corp., Henry Katz, Katz Ber- Air Force BasicSan

From Washington comes news that the Canada. In 1826, graduating from Bowdoin nard Katz and Lucille

Supreme Court on Monday declared Louisi- College, he became the first Negro college Katz. Mark XX Invest- Airman Antonio Calvin ,L.Tex. _

ana's voter literacy test unconstitutional giv- graduate in the United States.In ment Corp.. and Mi-Pac, North Dade, son of Dorsett Mrs.,

ing the Justice Department broad authority to March, 1827, in New York City, Russ- ance Inc., appealing of a building for Issu- Bernice L. Dorsett of 2501

a challenge stiff registration laws in other states wurm published the first U. S. Nfcgro news- mit to erect a store per-for N. W. 159th Terr., Opa-

The decision was unanimous. paper which he called "Freedom's Journal," the purpose of dispelling Locka; Airman Benjamin
The later re-naming it in March, 1828 alcoholic beverages with Westpoint, Mays, son of
Louisiana law allowed registrars to ,turn Mrs. Beatrice Reid of 11600
down applicants if they failed to understandand "Rights of All." in 2.500 feet of the God.Churchof Lincoln Blvd., Richmond

interpret any section of the state or fed the Living Heights; and Airman
Swiftly Russwurm became one of the most
eral constitutions. The law is said to have been In their netitlon the Roosevelt Emanuel, Car-
abandoned prominent and persuasive advocates of freedomfor residents said that they ver, son of Mr. and Mrs.
filing of the suit.
the Negro. Both colored and white people fully sunport the petition Joseph Hill of 3076 Ohio
Negroes are pleased with :the ruling of the who were fighting against slavery found his of the Church of the Liv- St., Miami, have completed -
court. The consensus of opinion is that the only instrument in which to voice ln,? God. "The church is Air Force basic military -
Reason for this and such state law is to pre- newspaper helpin to Improve the training at Lackland
their views. Russwurm's newspaper fought AFB, Tex.
vent as many Negroes as possible from quali- valiantly against the American Colonization corn-unity.
fying as voters. All three airmen have
However the times have Society and others who wanted to send the the church not to make been selected for technical
changed and Ne-
its work more difficult
Negro from America. training as supply
groes have changed with them. In the past The petitioners pointedout specialists at the Air
there were myriads who cared not whether' Training Command
Although Russwurm, in 1830, made a direct that there are alreadytwo
itHey qualified to vote or not. (ATC) school at Amarillo
about face to embrace colonization as a result ppilIne AFB Tex. Their
Naturally there are many white, brethren liquor in the neighborhood new
of which he lost the of unit is part of the vast
who were pleased at :their apathy and would loyalties Negroes, and emphasizedthe
his contribution in bringing about the creationof ATC system which trains
retain such status quo if possible. evil influence liquor airmen and officers in the
Today the Negro wants to register, he wants the first Negro newspaper cannot be de places have on the entire diverse skills required by

to vote in order to do so he demonstrates. Up nied. community. the nation's aerospace

on orders from governors like George Wallace Here "We need establish- force.
in New York City, under the leadership

he is beaten, kicked and brutally treated by of President Frank L. Stanley, Sr., mem- > ; :..: ; } ; ### # # #'# # # +::"'':::

State troopers.But there's .a ray of light. Among demon- Association bers of the will National acknowledge Newspaper that Publishers contribu- r' i; ;i-ilR; ;' ;;;; I

strators on the way from Selma, Ala., were 70 tion ...
during a three-day round of activities
whites who found The recent recognitionof mas; one of the foundersof
sympathy for these Negroes. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 11, 12 Cleveland H. Reeves, the Bahamas Brother-
' ,They should be complimented but alas, their and 13.Baptist. J. P., by Her Majesty hood Nassau's oldest
brethren hurled epithets ,at them nigger Queen Elizabeth, and the welfare and civic organ!
lovers, etc. K Bahamas ConstitutionDay zation of its kind. He was

A white minister has been brutally treated. Ministers Jamaica Bishop Medal presented by president for 10 years.
the Premier, Sir Roland This body is now over 42
Negroes are determined to register and vote CouncilThe VisitsThe Symonette, along with his years old Was appointed
in every state in the union. Let us hope that long record of official and chairman of committeeto

k every state will)) see the wisdom of encourag- Council met with Rt. Rev. Percival civic services make inter- raise funds for the

ing all of its citizens to become registered vot- the Rev. Turner leading Gibson. B i R hop of esting reading. Dundas Civic Center, Nas-
ers and enjoy the rights granted under the the devotion followed by Jamaica is on a ten-day Mr. Reeves entered the sau's first seiiool' for the
constitution and law of the United States thus the Rev. P W Williams, tour of churches in Miami. government service Sep- training of hotel help, and
Bishop Gibson has 218,000 was especially commended -
expositor giving Interesting tember, 1907, as acting
making America truly the land of the free and and informative highlights Anglicans in his Diocese.He clerk in both the Treasuryand by Sir Charles Dunchu
the home of the brave. l on the lesson for is impressed with the the Audit Office until while Governor of the

As Lock said : True fortitude I take to be the week. reception given him i n 1911 Bahamas, for outstandingwork with

the quiet possession of a man's self, and an undisturbed The 1 president made a white amazed congregations at race relations and He left that year for the center.in connection

duty whatever evil besets or danger short visit and turned the In our city. Tuskegee ther his Institute education.to fur-Re- He assisted In raising
lies in his way. meeting over in the handsof funds: for the building of
Rev. Jenkins who He has held several turning In September, the Ranfurly Home for
pre- 1912 he
re-entered the
sided. He suggested: that conferences with our suf- Children, the first of its
POLITICAL the following ministers fragan bishop the Rt. service, and was trainedfor kind in the Bahamas .
Rev. the post of Out Island
James L.
Metro and the Wometco Enterprises. are lotf- shall preach at the Evangelistic and looks forward Duncan to a Commssioner by the lateJ Formed a special committee funds-
gerheading over inspection of the Seaquarium services: Revs. C. closer relation with the C. Strong then Stipen- of six to in
.1. nurnev. W. M. Davis for placing pianos
books. Wometco Church diary and Circuit
in Magistrate
Enterprises Florida. -
operates the Sea. P W. Williams. J. E. Jenkins Board of Education
quarium but refuses to open their books for !':, J, W. Stephenson. The Bishop believes pointed Reeves commissioner was ap-for Schools. Six pianos were

Metro inspection. On Monday Metro asked the that because of the acceptance Fresh Creek, Andros, in placed without any cost to
Circuit Court to void the Seaquarium's leaseor of Negroes In October 1915, and later the Board of the Govern-

force the operators to open their books for Annual Tea public accommodation, as!': was transferred to the ment for drawing, Was responsible the first
the word gets around Customs Department. up
county inspection.
At Jamackins will visit Miami Public School guidance
The Seaquarium operators claim they don't Floral HeightsThe rather than England He served as? Relieving certificate issued in the

have to let the county look at their profit and Parent Teacher Last Officer 0, P. D and at the bookkeeper Bahamas Bahamas and was commended fOl'it -
Sunday evening the Board
loss Association of the Float by
records. Metro believes -
they are entitled Heights Bishop) Gibson was the General Hospital (now in 1931 Was Instru-
to look at the records.It Elementary Princess
School Invites to Its preacher at Christ Margaret Hospital mental in sending
all came about when Wometco wanted annual tea Sunday you from Church Coconut. Grove, ), acting superintendent teachers to Tuskegee Institute -.
Metro to allow them to increase the admission t to 6 p.m. In the cafe- the Rev. Theodore Gibson of the hospital from for further trainIng -
charges. torium. rector. February to March, 1923; in 193G during the
i special assistant to the chairmanship of the late

Now comes another idea for The Brownsville Junior Notice superintendent of the hos- R. G. Collins Was
abolishing High School Chorus pital from
will April to 'Sept. awarded the Coronation
Metro commission and establishing a county uppear, along with other Members of the M. S. 1927. Medal by Governor Rob-

commission with its powers granted through talent. ines Dean of Court Jericho No invite 79 Hero- He was appointed secretary ert Neville. He receivedthe

public referendum.The Plan to spend an enjoyable to celebrate with them you to the Board of Queen's Certificateand
idea, brainchild of Commissioner Alex Sunday afternoon their Gth anniversary tea. Education in January, Badge of Honor by
i Gordon and Ex-commissioner: Robert Brake. at tea with the Floral On Sunday March 14, 3 1928, acting for the Inspector Sir Ralph Grey, Governorof
of Schools the Bahamas.
Heights PTA. to 5 at 11111 and
was brought out at or following a meeting of Drive, Richmond Pinkston clerk in charge of the While\ in London he was
100 Dade Young Republicans.Why Marie L. Huff Is presi- Elmira Lester Heights Education Department elected a member of the
M. A. M.
not leave well)) enough alone? dent and Grace B. Albert Elvlna Johnson, secretary from April to October, British Overseas League.
principal. 1928; clerk in the Audit a member of the Royal

_. .... -.- -, ,.-.-.-...._.._. Office from 1910 to 1919; Commonwealth Society
Superintendent of Schools Joe Hall)) and -- accountant and paymasters and a member of the
three; members of the School Board flew to It 111111111111" III Il -- : "... -.. --: for the Bahamas Depart- West Indian Committeeand

Washington on Monday to try and prevent a ment from December ) Bahamian Correspondent
1919! to April 1951. for their magazine.
cut of more than $2,000,000 federal aid for Chronicle.
Wost I Indian
Cuban refugees next year. l As a civic worker. Mr. Mr. Reeves was educated -
They met with Florida's Senators Holland tit Hec"e:4VI: founder of at the Victoria and

and Smathers and Congressmen Pepper and the Bahamas Nassau Brunch of the Boys' Central Schools and
Fascell. Rejuvenation at Tuskegee Institute. IIi
League for the purpose of also. attended Washington
There are over 15,000 refugees in our pub- assisting Negro girls to Heights Business Schoolin
lic schools this year with HEW paying 4.9 mil- further their education :'IcYurk and summer
ion for their education. abroad first That' enabled the school at Oxford Univer
'i two young women of sity. London and the Abbey
HEW's for
budget year includes $2- color to study In schools) : and
640,000. They believe that Dade will)) receivea rluz nalvSEY DRUG in the United States Public College Shaking.He of Speech.

$44 million grant. from the Johnson's administratlon's YY W YW -- lie way co-founder of has visited Italy1'.nll1'l'

billion dollar school aid bill. This 0TSO NW 13th AVENUE Harold Jollirette, Majuger the cir founder Nassau Mothers Club Belgium. Di-n

bill has not as yet been'pas ed. ; and. YMCA of In the the YWCA Baha Countries.mark and other 1\II'Opl.'iln|

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.. Clubs MeetThe BE A NURSE'S AIDE

Miami Association ,
of Federated 'Woman's
Clubs met last Monday THE IDEAL SCHOOL FOR \
night at the home of
Dora Ambrister and r t.J': Mrs. Olive Jones 1065
son,. George, of Brook ,
lyn, are visiting the Culmer and Sweeting fame ,i' : #Ii '. NW 47th Terr. with Loyal TRAINING NURSES' AIDES
QOers as hostess. A
ilies, ;
\ business meeting was held 2380 W. FLA1GLER ,STREET
Girl Scout Camporee at Tropical: Park ',''f '." completing the opening ofa
March 12-14. Visitors are invited March 12, r. : &\ '.". .1. Health Forum Series at Call for Information and for Lr c"r.*;.M-4637 or 443-9741
1 to 4 .' : #; Liberty City area and
p.m.Visiting fl' >" Scott Homes. Morning classes 9 a... 12 p...

the quaint city of New Orleans for After the meeting the Evening claim 7-10 p...
the famous Mardi Gras Festival as guests of Mrs. Martha Tillman members were served a
Dr. and Mrs Roy will celebrate her 95th hot buffet of gourmet REGISTER HOW FOR HEW CLASSESWodrf' I
Boggs (Edith) were Mat-
'' hlrthdav this weekend.Mrs. foods and french deserts. "IUUlU.IiI fJ 11II1I11II1 I .'\\111
tie 'Boggs Smith, William McCaleb of Cincinnati Tillman was horn In The beautiful'' dining . '\
and Dr. and Mrs. Collie of West Palm I South Carolina in 1870. room table was set with
Beac. the mother of 15 childrenshe a beige home embroidered -
came here In 1940. table cloth from Eu-
Sincere sympathy to Helen Culmer, the J. Mrs. Tillman now resides! rope. All food was pre-
Hartman Taylors, the family of Marshal and with her daughter, Mrs. pared by Mrs. Jones whois 1"lhos.Woaderful.
McKennon, the Sears family and the FInley Rosa Lee Boozer. in now.the catering business Years1965iibnwo
family. Mr. and Mrs. James
Williams are here from Mrs Ellribeth Espy
Mrs. Altamease Powell spent the weekendin Philadelphia to join in Curtis, president.
Tallahassee attending her aunt's funeral. this family reunion. ki
Tillman Is
Mrs. an ardent I''
Vernella Albury entertained last Saturday member of First Omegas Observe
Baptist Church, Opa- ,
evening in celebration of her birthday.Mrs. locka. Memorial .J tl is* #

Elvis Spearman of Tallahassee is in the

city visiting her daughter and their families Health SpecialistTo Marrh During each the month'a of 1' .......
year memorial -
Viva Coleman and Angenoria Paschal. Open ForumThe observance Is pet
aside In honor of the de- 1
Cheery Get Well Wishes are extended to Miami Association narterl brothers of Omega March 43.8 P. M.OAKE
Mrs. Annie Mae Twine at Jackson Memorial; of Women's Clute Feder- Pl I Phi Fraternity. Inc. .
ated will begin another In keeping with this observance
Bennie O'Berry at Christian; Marie White at ,
area spring Health Forum brothers of Sle-
home; Clara Sullivan, Rosella Rhodes, Louise Tuesday evening, March ma Alnha rhanter on Sun- NtlNTY AU T **.
"Pony" Williams at Jackson; Fetcher Pas- 16, 8 pm. at the Liberty dav. March 14. 1965 will
chal and Gertrude Flagg Johnson. Square Auditorium, 6304 worship as a group at the ,
NW 14th Ave.Louis Church of the Ooen Door. < $ Ali si N.,
Ann Cooper of Atlanta is in our Magic Cityas -- .. Rev. Henry C. McDowell '" .
the houseguest of charming Ova Killens.Dr. pastor. p

and Mrs. William Murrell along with w. ; ;OF GIL WEISS1BEAUTIFUL .
Dr. and Mrs. John Young of Kentucky have iEflB /
returned from a cruise in the CaribbeanIf
you are interested in Scouting, a Girl 1G R
Scout Leadership Training course will be of- r
fered March 27, April 3 and April 10 Time
10 a.m. 2 p.m. at Manor Park, Now is the
time to register. For further information dial

OX 1-4627, Mrs. Mary Lou Nixon.

Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McCants became t h8

parents of a son, Marion Frederick Robert, on 1
Feb. 26 ; 7 lbs. 3 ounces. It's their fourth. t

Others are. Eric, Ellecya and El Pagnier.

Congratulations to Hilda. James and Charlie

Vernon who were married this week. Mathis, V. D. Interviewer -

Dr. Ben Atkinson Jr. has returned from and Investigator
a .
will be the guest speaker.A 3677 Grand Avenue
two-week visit to Trinidad, BWI, where he native of Sanford Mr.
attended the Caribbean Dental Association Mathis received special COCONUT GROVE

meeting and the island's pre-Lenten carnival.J. training at with Receiving venereal; Hos-diseases CORNER OF GRAND AVENUE & DOUGLAS ROAD

Harhnap Taylor left Tuesday for Nassau pital in Detroit. UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF FRANK DUBOISE
to attend the funeral of his mother, Mjrs. Annie The "Invader," an enlightening -
E. Taylor who died Monday. His wife, El- film on teenage i IMI/II I ::I'1
mina, will follow him this weekend. diseases problems will and be veneral shown- 3 US MITES. FM', SAT. SUN. MARCH 8F .

Birthday Wishes for the coming week are followed by a question ti1
and answer period.
sent winging their way for Mildred Washington ;;
Andre Cross, Barbara: Dukes, George L. Family groups Interested A
citizens and
Sands, Nathaniel Dames, Alfred Shootes, Jef- urged to attend teenagersare this ,

frey Coachman, Maggie Lamphine, Fredette very important meeting.
Pittman, Hamilton Knowles, Johnson Wilson, Mrs. Marie Price past 2 Shows 11:30 & i a.m. r- S
Antionette Spicer, Sandra George and Chris- president of the Miami
Association serves as FRIDAY, & SUNDAY ADMISSION
tine Eve.Vogue. chairman with Mrs. Doro- $2.80
School of Charm holds open house thy Bolden acting president -
of the Liberty Square Saturday $2.25 Tables Free
this evening at 6011 NW 7th Avte. 5 p.m. Civic and Cultural Assoc-
to 9. laton co-chairman. TEENAGE MATINEE EVERY


Iota Phi i Lambda Green Tea Sweeting ADMISSION $1.00

Gamma""Aipfla 1 '" Chapter-ts'-ta promOt '""interesfId Foundation Fund Call 4435311 for Reservations ,
Iota' Phi .Lambda Sorority; business education.amoft3
Inc.; and their friends high mwl: college] ProgramThe Free Parking in Rear
will sip tea together t n students. With this pure Sweeting( Founda-
the Community Room of. pose utmost In the' aim* tion Fund. Inc. will have
the Roosevelt'Savings and of the sorority; 'programs its annual program Sunday -
lLoan Association, gala at the national;: regional March 14, 3 to 7
'N/W* 7th Ave, on, Sun and local levels are plan-4. p.m. at 2148 NW 4th St. In MAR. IB: 19. 20. SI MAR. ?s, ?
t'lay, March 14, from 454t ; ned to thlft, end, : :I Fort Lauderdale.The 1. ?8,
>.nv until, Oflfr P-Rk The public 1* cordially!
f Proceeds' 'from this Invited to attend this 'af=.t guest speaker will
fGreen, :Tea" will go the chautertt'* hol- ln&; program and at the recently elected president
bNiblj fund One, of t h e tame time help the l io\3: f of Roosevelt Association.Savings and
most tve.Ft&, Bcholarahlp1! Loan
R Wimse. of theCsarmgrrIty l. fund .tl ", :' :, \ The guest soloist will
i- lie Mrs. Julia Gerace for .ri.4
mer contralto soloist for
[WORSHIPITH' ou.R FAMILY! THiS SUNOAYJj the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra under the direc-
tion of Leonard Bernstein.The .
public Is Invited. ..s.Bk .

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PostponedThe .
sits ; ironPeople. ,\
AND MOUND WE IAHAMAS mortgage burning .
rally scheduled for Sunday Loc -..
Places March 14 at Gibbs .SpE.
Leroy Roberts, a hae- month. The 1964 figure Chapel AME Church, "i
mophilic patient, died all time record for one North Miami Beach, has Dr Loq 1
two weeks ago at the for the same time was teen postponed to a date 1848 S.W. tit St.
Things. I Princess Margaret Hos- 49,158 and in 1963 It was In next month. Those
......_"r 'YO0"0O'00ei'I pital. Blood plasma wax 40430. holding tickets will please PR i.3T4A
,By'Lawrence B. Cooper flown from Miami to save take notice.
-, .. his, fife. Roberts is survived The decomposed bodyof
'I hear say that a new' dance'will be sweep by his wife and Mrs Winifred Bowlegwas .AHOTHER "FIRST1Bir"
five children. found at South Beach .
ing the nation. It's called "The Selma, Ala. on Feb 17. Police reported -
Now just why they want to pick on poor Selma Captain Winston Wal- that she left her homeon
I don't know. She ain't done nuttin'I l What lace 33 suffered first degree Feb. 2 and went to
folk won't do for a little publicity! burns on both feet make a small purchase at
recently when the engine a store In Mason Addition -
of his and had been missing
This :proposed new dance goes something exploded -
off Little Harbor since. She was identified
like this: You begin by doing a semi-twist, dros. The Jungle Queen, by her son and her mother -
holding your head with one hand and your owned by Capt. Edwin Mrs. Charlotte Scott. i I s
backside with the other, pretending to ward Wallace was taking a car- The Ass'lstant' Police i
off stout billy sticks and big boots while go of 3,000 crawfsh to Commissioner said "We
Nassau. It do not suspect foul play.
was com- PRESENTS :
ing a mournful, eerie tune, like "Yassuh Massa pletely destroyedThe I't.\ j '..
Ain't Gonna March No The N0
Mo. of the UlCA S ".. dAZZAQ .P'
passengers, Heich- Grand Bahamas Port : '
It's man King, Alec King, Authority has said that
a scintillating dance wherein you haveto David Moxey, Sybil Green 3,250 Bahamians and 890 1b r1Ji(
put your heart into it with music furnished and Lionel Russell were others are employed at aI

by Wallace and His Dixie Land Troopers! It'sa unhurt. They were taken Freeport. This statementwas 'f' .. .."u ._ mA.D'HIS .... .
from a dinghy by an the to demands -- .. "' )
kind of Turkey Trot a fast, retreating reply '"\ '. ,
American made / SEXTET \
trot! yacht. Capt. by Bahamian I .,
Wallace was flown to workers at a mass meet-
It is said this dance was inspired by one M. Nassau and was treatedat ing on Feb. 15 when L.
Princess Margaret O. Pindling PLP leader
Luther King, a Southern Moses.
Hospital. in the House of Assembly
From all hearsay the United States and told the gathering he i..
maybe other portions of this globe should be Spurgeon Bethel Pro- would "systematicallyclose 1
very happy this selfsame Martin L. King is gressive Liberal Party down every licensee
representative in the in Freeport" 1f the demands I
not a black nationalist, whatever that term House of Assembly for were not met.
means to you. the Southern District, has
been selected to m a k e Nassau resident and
This of God is
man a gifted orator, persuasive a
parliamentary visit to tourists turned out en-
in manner and speech who could the United Kingdom next masse on March 18 at
compel audiences or mobs to do his bidding, month. The invitation to Nassau's International
send a representative to Airport to get a peek at I
or rather, follow him into hell itself!
was extended to Queen Mother Elizabeth I
If he were a violent man, preaching "an eye United the Bahamas by the who stopped over in I
Kingdom branch transit from London to
for an eye", a fortune teller coudn't possibly of the Commonwealth Jama'ica on her first visit 1
foresee the bloody bath this nation would be Parliamentary Associa- to the Bahamas. The 4 {
wading in racially. tion. large crowd clapped and I I
shouted "Long live the
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King is a Godsentman The office of the Min- Queen" as she disembarked -
ister for Finance and for the one-hour visit. !
highly intelligent, with a persuasive oratory Tourism has reported She was welcomed My the ,
that can hardly be matched by present that a total of 62,028 Governor, Sir Ralph Grey, I
day leaders or orators. If he were a Hitler or tourists visited the Colo- who also introduced her ,
Bonaparte, a Marxist or Lenin, a Wallace or ny in January. That's an to government officials.Jack's J

a Malcolm X, Lord, help us!

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the proud grandparents of twins born to their daughter and
LIBERTY CHOIRS' UNION HOSTESS CHOIR son-in-law in Milwaukee Wisconsin Feb. 20. Mrs. Johnson
Mt. Aaron Choir No. 2, Brother Willie Phillip, musicianand went up for the blessed event.
director. Deacon Herman Johnson, manager, Rev. Mc- The twins, Debra dnd Donald, were born to Mr. and Mrs.
Craney pastor. Clarence Evans (Lillie Mae), Mr. and Mrs. Evans are former
LIBERTY CHOIRS' UNION PROGRAM COMMITTEE Deacon Johnson is doing a wonderful job with this fine Miamians and he works in Milwaukee as an electrical en-
of people. It makes them very happy to welcomeyou.
f : Special guests Friday night March 12, the South Flori group young gineer. ..
March 11, the New Mt.. --
f, da's Spiritual Union Bro. Search Crapp. president. The guests Thursday night -
I, Sunday morning 11 o'clock sermon by the Rev. W.E., Moriah Choir No. 2; March 12, Mt. Aaron's Choir No. t.
i Sims of New Hope Baptist Church. Hear this great minister. Welcome is a friendly word, we mean just what we say;
t Sunday 3 p.m. the Rev. J.W.. Stephenson and No. 2 Choir and It gives us a glorious feeling, to welcome you our way.Mt. Pick $ From Our 'Money Tree'
Usher Board of Antioch Brownsville, will render service.
I Hear this gospel minister. Aaron Baptist Church, N.W. 69th St. and 17th Avenue.
C The members have worked\ whole-heartedly with the chairman -
Sister Iva Smith (right No. 1) who is a member of the LADIES SEEING IS BELIEVING!
Trinity C.M.E. Church secretary of the Trustee Board, serving :- 4 ? prt a1'' dresses
the Sunday School department, assistant superintendent The most elegant clothing gowns,
head of the music. department, also director of the Junior furs, and accessories from the nicest homes and
Choir. It has been a pleasure to present this program. Sister
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days receiving the congratulations of her friends' on her
r elevation to her new post. David Probmsky, owner of the
one acre hotel and night club facility is high in his praiseof DISCOUNT *W STORES
Miss Hodges who has literally risen from the ranks of
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Workshop at FAMU 1 tow Earl's

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veteran newsman and
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INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD Women of four nations gathered at the Proctor Silex Courier has participated staff man Goode In a ';: : ':" ':' "JI

exhibit during the annual International Brotherhood Food Festival in Washington last week. nine-week seminar on :,; : ,:: : :Yt:>
The affair, under the sponsorship of the National Council of Negro Women, drew thousandsof radio television and news I t.<" J.,' ...
spectators and over fifty exhibitors from that many nations. Seen left to right in the photoare broadcasting capitals in of the Addis African .:.' :'.,.<"',....;. ;?>;., \. ;, :\ '"
: Linda V. Hyman, a first year. student at fhlladelphia's German-town High School; Mrs Ababa Dar-Es-Salaam I :: ; "> ',;.\'{,. :I
Angela Christian, cultural affairs officer, embassy of. Ghana; Mrs. Ekimiel Adzimo, wife of and Lagos. y 1ea <,- .," ,.

cultural counsel, embassy of Switzerland, and Mrs. Nneka Onyegbula, wife of charg.of.affahs Other participants Include c ;: :: I<::
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left to right:. Sylvia Hart, senior in the department of social science; Yohannes Berhanu; o-Y-o-U-,
Brenda Grissett, "Miss EWC"; and Frederick Harper, president of the Student Council. HOW:
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w I < CHRISTIAN M. B. Mrs. Hardy is Transfiguration Church Grace Presbyterian .

wr, i There will be servicesall I 6893 NW'' 14th Ave.

i day Sunday at 1890 NW "New Mt. Zion"Woman's (Episcopal) Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor
Sunday Fr. Elisha S. Clark Jr.
School 10 a.m.: morning Day services VicarSchedule We are happy about our

worship 11 o'clock and were spiritually and financially Sunday evening workshopof
: night service at 7 o'clock. high all day of service: last Sunday. At 7:30 ,

Everyone is Invited. last Sunday. Sister W. K. Sunday, Church School, study groups met: The

Smith brought the mornIng 9:30 a.m.; Solemn Sung evangelism committee, Temple Baptist
Dldlcallol of St. Pad AME message. From her Mass and Sermon 10:45: worsnlp, stewardship and
Rev. L. A. Thompson
and adult com-
Solemn mission
subject she emphasizedthe a.m.; Evensong ,
f Sunday March 14, 1965 minister. He has servedon value of prayer and and Choral Litany 7 p.m.; mittees on youth work pastor

I at 3 p. m. the St. Paul the program of t h'e what prayer will do when Wednesday Low Mass 8 and the Sunday School The Deaconess' Board
f A.M.E. Church dedication World Methodist Con- uttered in sincerity. The p.m.; Confirmation In- staff. They reviewed their will sponsor a sale this

Speaker for this service ference in Oslo, Norway. message was well received structon i m m e d ately curriculum and formula- Saturday at the home of

will be Bishop Eugene C. His episcopal Supervision by all who attended. following Mass. lated their plans. We are Mrs. Eva Gibson, 1938

Hatcher, Presiding Pre- included the 14th District, Song services were ren- Friday: Stations of the happy to see these groups NW 5th place. Serving

late of the Eleventh Epis- West Africa, 13th District, dered in the evening. Cross with the benedic- growing and invite youto begins at high noon. Donation -
copal District and chair- Kentucky and Tennessee. The captains reportedas tion of the blessed Sac- become part of them.In the. one dollar.
man of the board of man- rament 8 p.m. preparation
Bishop Hatcher has following: Sunday morning sermon, All members of the
agement of E d war d Is
The church organizing -
Waters College. come to Florida already Mrs. Ratha Minter $365.04Mrs. Its band on Sunday at please read the first chapter choirs are urged to attend -
manifesting his great Susie Reid 384.00 Interested of Galations, and also rehearsals weekly to
works. He has purchasedan Mrs. Victoria West 423.20 3:30: p.m. Any the account of Paul's prepare for Easter ser
t please meet
Eleventh Episcopal Mrs. Mary Harris 451.46 persons conversion in Acts 9. The vices. Director Deacon R.
the church.
plans for a new Laymen's Mrs. Oueenle Hardy 486.00 sermon shall concern the Hepburn would be hap
The Church-
Auditorium and Citizens' Episcopal calling of the Apostle py to have no "silent
Gymnasium at E d war d I !t'h' ..IIJf.A<'1: "<.1,1n>: "t'M.t u!E'1 women is sponsoring Its Paul. voices" when the choirs
Waters College Jacksonville S d Second Annual Passion

Fla., which will seat Sunday Musicale April 4 In appreclaton for the sing.The
E 2,500 at a cost of $250,000. at 4:30: p.m. Please keep evening sermon, study Deacons' Board,
1 this date in mind. The Mt. 6:33: "Seek Ye first Deacon A. J. HJanna,

\ public is invted. Mrs. His Kingdom and His chairman, Is planning a
During Bishop Hatcher's James A, C. Smth presi- righteousness, and all program for the third

appearance here, he will dent. these things shall be add- Sunday afternoon. Many
dedicate the new St. Paul ed unto The topicof friends have already
I Ii AjM.E. church under the New Shiloh Baptist the evening you. sermon been Invited, and a fine

leadership of the very Sunday, March 14, the will be: "First Things time is anticipated.MT. .
Rev. T C.
capable Kelly
i second Sunday of the First.
for the 11 o'clock
ser- month, the junior church ZION A. M. E.
vice will be J.
will be In charge of the Remember: We extendto
Epperson, Dean of Ed- month, the Junior church you the warm hospi- Opn-loeki'i
ward Waters College.In will be In charge of the tality of the Saviour in Rev AT. Fayson paslor

this service. The junior choir the congregation of
Saturday'sMiami --
Evelena Glenn
Dally News willbe will sing and the junior Grace.
MRS. QUEENIE HARDY Annual Men's Dav will
ushers will take the
our pastor's sermon, Mrs. Hardy being the tte Sundav: March 14.
his topic will b e "The highest, was crowned The No. 1 choir and the SALTER'S CHAPELRev. Sunday; School begins at

Bishop Hatcher has a Road From Ash Wednes- "Miss New Mt. Zion." junior church at 3 p.m. H. J. Benson, pastorF. 9:30: a.m. During 11 am.

distinguished record as a day To Easter". The Rev. West the guest Marshall, reporter service .T. A. Elv, princi-
The chairman and co- speaker and Rev. Ross is Salter's Chapel was so pal of Blanche Ely Schoolin
chairman, Mrs. Primus the sponsorWe will be the
MT. CARMELRev. McGHANEY honored to have so many
and Mrs. Lee wish to
express At 3 there
sppakpr. p.m.
visitors in the 11 a.m.
D. A. Bradley pastorSis. their appreciationto are asking for your will he musical
a pro-
SPEAKSLet's for the sick service, whch we all enjoyed -
all the prayers
L. McGriff, clerk members and shut-ins. gram. At.. 7 p.m. Rev H.
talk about us this friends who helped to J. Benson and his congregation -
Make a joyful noise make this Woman's
Day Salter's Chapel will from Salter's
week. I have heard the
unto the Lord, all ye old saying think twice a success. FIRST BAPTISTRev. render service at Mt. Chapel AME Church in
land. We are still thank- Zion in Opa-locka March Brownsville will he In
before speaking once, but W. J. Macon, pastor
ing praising the
14 at 7:30: p.m. Rev. Mil charge: of the evening,
Lord, for His goodness to others Just think; and if FRIENDSHIP M. B. Sara E. McRae, Sec'y
ton is the service.
I would to myself and Fayson pastor.
The say .. ,
us. spirit of *
take Rev J. E. Jenkins Sunday Is Homecoming nt
we will a little timeto pastor
Lord all The Crusaders wish to nrother the
was very high Tones
at First and
Ruby Lee Carr Day Baptist
think we would always reporter
Our thank for their with
day Sunday. pastor we are planning a glori- everyone chairman of the day
delivered wonderful find the right thingto in their the co-chairman Bra,
a Services were very ous time the whole day support programof ,
sermon. say, also the right soul stirring throughoutthe Organ Dedication Feb. Young and Bro. Smith

answers to give. day with our pastor Especially at 3 p.m., 28. The pastor is calling: hive promised this to be
The fourth Sunday we Now as Wednesday delivering both morningand we are looking forward to for late members to pay the best Men's Day yet
will have our church an- March 3rd was the begin- evening sermons. We having a full house. Rev. their budget by next :at Mt. Zion

niversary. We invite you lag of Lent, let us try to express our sincere Solomon of Mt. Zion Baptist Sunday. Also a written
to come and be with us. make our Christlikeness thanks to all of our Church, Hialeah and report by boards and Every member and all
Come and be with us shine. Let's all of us who homecoming guests on his congregation will be clubs for quarterly con- hoards :an asked to he

in Sunday School and claim to know Jesus, Feb 28. Many thanks to our guest. ference by March 19. ready to make a 100 percent
BTU. Our Junior choir make brotherhood the all who contributed to report. Plan now to
will sing Sunday morn- goal of this Lenten sea- our building fund The This is a good time to Mrs. Christine Allen Is nttend all services at Mt.
ing. Come and hear them. pastor and members cometo church and bring still in the hospital at Zion Sunday.
son.Let us just THINK. thanks say someone with you. Jackson Memorial. Mrs.
special to the
Visitors are always Proverbs 29:18: says, program and refreshment Dorthay Bryan, you have Brownsville BaptistRev.
welcome and rememberthe We have this event
where there is vision In
no our deepest sympathy
sick and shut in, also the people perish: but he committee for doing a every year at this time, the passing of your P. H. Cooper, pastor
those who are in need of wonderful job. We are and we want you to come
that keepeth the law mother in Tallahassee
still Youth under the
help. working hard to get will ? Day
happy is he. So you see it relocated. Any of our last week. Everyone is so l leadership of Bro. and

really pays to think. visitors who desire to donate proud of the new windowsof Sis. Morris started witha
New Macedonia M. B. Thank you, and God to us on the build- ST. MARY'S W. M. stained glass Don't banner attendance In

3165 N. W. 56 St. bless you. Ing fund will b>> highly 1609 N. W. 5th Crt. in.forget the sick and shut- Sunday School. Three

Rev. Roscoe Jackson pas. Christ Episcopal appreciated. We are Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor youths enrolled .In.. t ViSunday .. e
praying for all of School.Eleven .
Willie J Beard, reporterOn our
Theodore R. Gibson rector sick and those In distress. Sunday morning our Ebenezer Methodist a.m. worship

last Sunday services The Laymen's Leagueof Visitors are always wel- Junior Choir will furnish llev. A, D. Hall, pastorE. began with Leroy Henry
were as usual. Both Christ Church will come at our services. music. Our pastor will Ingram, reporter leading in a very spiritual
choirs and both usher take his text from Mat- prayer service. The jun-
boards were in charge. hold its regular the meeting Come to church and thew Chapter 19-Verse 27- Usher Board No. 1 will ior choir under the direc-

The pastor's text was morning following service March Sunday 14. have your faith lifted. 29 theme "Investment." sponsor its annual Pre-St. torship of Reginald

taken from Ruth 1:16.: The current project of Patrick's Day Frappe Sip Walker with Miss Alfreda
Subject, "Follow Jesus MOUNT TABOR Sunday afternoon the March 14
the League is to be accomplished Sunday, from Gray at the console sang
and Stand Together." Missionary Society will 4 to 6 p.m. In the social out of their souls featur-
by the accu- Rev P S. Brown celebrate their 40th An-
pastorD. hall of the
church. The ing Mr. Walker and Mary
Last mulating of t din I
r a
SUnday afternoonat g Crockett, reporter niversary members and is
public Invit-
cordially Carter as soloists. Betty
All members and
1 o'clock stamps.
the friends invited.
marriageof are Ways
ed to attend. To
miss this and Barbara Williams
Miss Mattie J, Heath friends are asked to donate Deacon J. Cooper, and Means will meet a t ,
to Spencer S. Jones was some of their stampsto chairman of the Church's 5 p.m. Usher Board 1 and missed program you would have Nadine and Barbara
the anniversary would like to a treat. The social Alexander and Roby
held. project.ANTIOCH
bride was 2 are working very hardon
hall will be
beautifully George made
remind each member outstanding
o f
attired In a ttehalf of Men's Day.
white, short laced BAPTISTRev. his duty and responsibility decorated carrying out contributions to the

The bridesmaids were gown.attired O. W. Foster, pastor to the church; in doingso ; Choir No. 2 will sell the St.and Patrick colors of success of the services.A .
white. The
in h e is asking each Bar.B.Q at the Church
Willie Powell, reporter of the magnificent tea was
women board are
member to Hall afternoon
silk short help to make
sfown. The
dressed in the latest fash- sponsored by the usher
continue to this one of the most please members let us
groom and best man were May we suc- ions. At this board at the beautiful
attired In dark tuxedos. pray for and visit the cessful events In the his- support this drive. affair the home of Sister
King will be crowned. Eldora La
Music was furnished by sick and shut-Ins. tory of the church both Fleur. A

Mrs. Virginia Bostick. The Tntloch Baptist financially and spiritual- ZION HOPE BAPTIST Each year the mem- program was very rendered.Inspiring
musician for choir No. 2 Church of Liberty City is ly. bers of the board look

On Sunday afternoon requesting that all members Usher Board No. 2 is Rev. P. Freeman, pastorE. forward with great anticipation The public is Invited to
there will he another at the church Fri- celebrating its 25th Jackson, reporter of their annual worship at the Ltttle
ceremony at the church. 8 o'clock anniversary I Church With
day night at Sunday, March Services were spiritually Frappe Sip.Sunday The Big

business of vital importance 14 at 3:00: p.m. Rev L. R. high all day Sunday. night, March 14 Heart.
M. B.
Mt. Calvary .
Ross of Richmond The pastor preached out we are to worship at Mt.

Rev. S. Atchison, pastorC. ST. ZION BAPTISTThe Heights, Florida will be of his soul. We want all Pleasant Methodist, Opa-

Carter, reporter the guest speaker. our visitors to know they locka in an after service. ATTENTION
Inter'denominationtil are welcome to worship
Choir No. 2 and usher
Sunday, March 14 will Ministerial Alliance The Youth Choir will with us in all our ser- hoard No. 1 will CHURCH
he our annual Youth Day.A will he meeting next celebrate its First Anni- vices from Sunday School The Rev. William' Mackis

spiritual message has Tuesday. March 16 at 11 versary tonight Friday at throughout the day. Prayer the pastor of the
been planned. Rev. Wes- n.m. in Mt. Zion Baptist 7:45: p.m. The public is In- meeting on Tuesday church.On .

ley, Asst. minister at Mt. Church, Rev. E. T. vited. night at 8 o'clock.

r Moriah, will be our 11 am Graham Is the president; Dinners will be sold at Tuesday night the
There will be All church n.wi must b. ;
Rev. W. F. a program Steward Boards
speaker. At 300.: a special Savoy secre- the church for Nos. 1, 2
program has also been tary. dinners call Saturday the churchat Tuesday night following and 3 will be in charge of In our office no later than
meeting In
prayer class
3't planned. Everyone is invited There will he a special 691-8732. The Junior behalf of No. 1 choir. We meeting.Let \7 p.m. Monday for publication *

to attend and to encourage guest speaker and other Ushers will sponsor a have potato pies, apple us not forget to in Friday's Issue. '
the youth in do- important business will be Waist Line Sale Saturday pies to be sold Sunday visit the sick and shut-
Ing work for the Lord. discussed. All clergymenare night at 7:30: p.m.. at 7200 morning. Please stop by ins with a telephone call
: .
Won't you please ,bring a invited to be present. N. W. 21st Ave. and buy some. or mall a card of cheer. --
neighbor's child?


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t : The family of the late EMMA SILLS, of LUCIUS DAVIS, pio-
EZMALSEATHSJIN 3188 NW 45 St., died at neer Miamian who died at
her home March 8. She is 140!) NW 62nd St., March
survived by 2 daughters 7, will be funerallzed Sat-
Mrs. Catherine Dillardand urdav at noon from New
t Y Mrs. Susie Johnson; Mt. Morlah B ap. tis t

MEMtNlftM I CARD IF THANKS, IN MEMORIAM Willie Sills; 2 sisters, Mrs. Church, Rev. A. L. 'Shipp,
1 Viola Williams and Mrs. pastor. A native of Ameri-

In loving memory of r n 1f In loving memory 0'our f Bessie Riley; 3 brothers cus, Ga., his ,survivors Include -, .
"f 1 dear father and Andrew and Leroy Cani-. ; a daughter. Mrs.
,, :HENRY,.McNEII, .; ;grandfather date, and Arthur Johnson, Marjorie Rhddes, .teacher''
wild'departed1-this: : other relatives and at Phyllis Wheatley Elementary -
; ute'o 1 .. '
,March t. LIVINGSTON friends. Funeral servicesare School; son Wes
13 1964.
f There's: an, open gate at CHARLOW SR. to be held Saturday, ley Gilliard; four sisters,
I 3:30 at the FirstBaptist Mesdames Essie Hollis,
end of the road : p.m.
who deported this" I lifeMarch I Kelsey Lanier. Luis
Through which each of
12, 1904.
Crawford and Annie Clay
And us there must in go the alone light we. A precious one from us I is a brother. Jack Hill; three

cannot gone.A WILLIE JAMES Mc- grandchild, and ..a' dear
Our father see'claims his voice we loved is stilled] JOHN J. JEFFRIESwho CRAY of 3174 NW 48th Krandchlll. and a d ear
*. own." A place Is. vacant in our St., died March 7. He is friend and, nurse, Mrs.
Through this gate heartsThat departed this life survived bv two aunts, Clara Ennis. He will repose -
your loved open ones find never can he filled. February 26, wish to Mrs. Ella Williams and in ,the chapel beginning -
Happiness and rest. Daughters: thank the many friends Mrs. Massie Williams; at 10 a.m. Friday.
we find Joy In know. Mrs. Leola Wade and neighbors for all acts two cousins, Mrs. 0 r a -_
Min Mrs. Vera HIggs of kindness during their Livingston and John A. MRS MARY JOHNSONof

I That a loving God knows I Mrs Feinlsha Knowles hour of sorrow. Williams Services are incomplete Hobe Sound died on
!' Best. : March 4. She was fun-
Anzola McNeil, wife Harold. Clifford Mrs. Edna Hepburn erallzed Wednesday from
Willie Pearl Millings, MRS BESSIE MAE Livingston Jr., Hugh daughter MRS MARY ALICE the Coconut Grove chapel. -
daughterRichard Hubert Mrs. Willie Thompson, JORDAN of 211 NE 135th Her survivors are two

McNeil son BELLAMYMany James Charlow. brother daughterMrs. St.. Ft. Lauderdale. died daughters, two sons, 11
And Family thanks from the Myrtis Sands sister Teles Gulston, March 6. She is survived Grandchildren and nine
bv her husband great grands.
sister Rollle
Norris and Fami-
CARD OF THANKSThe And Family Jordan: n daughter Mrs.
IN MEMORIAM lies, who wish to express Florine Wilcox; two sons MRS. LIZZIE M. SMITH
Gamble gratitude to the family of the late.NETTIE T erov Wilcox and James of 2750 NW 59th St.. died
In Memorial Churchof
memory ofMRS. IN MEMORIAMWe Jordan: five grand children March 3. Services Satur-
God in
Christ and the
day at 3 from Antioch
tKrpp ,"pit p.m. -
many friends, for their the family of the Brands. Baptist Church. Rev
heartfelt thoughts and cooperation Rev. Ellis King, who departed Services 'held Wednesdayin 0 W. Foster pastor. !SheIs :
) in the behalf of this life Feb. 17 the chapel. Rev. Bur- I survived by four

their beloved Mrs. Bessie suddenly at his home, ney officiating. rtauffhters four sons, a
Mae Bellamy, who departed take this method to express MATTIE slater, seven brothers, 21
I this life March 1, tr our thanks to all our JO WIGGINS grandchildren.
1965 at Jackson Memorial many friends who wereso nee 11 of 1445 NW 72nd
Hospital. !St.: died as a result'of a
grateful to us duringour
hours of bereavement. traffic mishap March 5. RICHARDSON .
!She: was a student at the

"I IN MEMORIAL We sincerely thank, Liberty City Elementary MRS. THEODORA
x everyone for condolences; School !She: I iq surived by DENNISON of 025 !Summerfleld : -
telegrams, presentationsand her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ave., Ashurv
r beautiful floral pieces. Wiggins: a sister, Mrs. Park N. J. died March 2,
i We wish to thank Geth- Annie R Harris with She I Is survived by her
semane Baptist. Church, whom she lived and 17 husband! an aunt Mrs.
r Carver Ranch Fire Dept., other brothers and sisters: Celestlne Burnside, a foster
Security Patrol Servicefor other relatives and sister Mrs. Iva Clark.
their untiring ser- friends. Services are In- Services Saturday at the
..a vicess, also to all the aux- romoMe. Final rites will chapel rat:1 nm. with
iliaries of St. Luke P. B. He held In Gainesville Rve. Fred .J, Hicks officiating -

Church and to kind .
.. sympathetic neighbors also
EL ROLLE, 20 month old ISIAII!: GARVIN of 275
MAGGIE S. R. STRINGERwish to the ministers of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred NW 11th Terr., died on
to thank the many East Florida Association, Rolle, died March 7. march: 4. He I Is survived
ROBINSONwho friends for cards and those of Miami and Holly- Services held Thursday In by many friends Including -
departed this life flowers during our recent wood, also to Rev H. G. the chapel. ) Lerov Roberts. !Services : -
March 2, 1963 bereavement S ]p e cia I the eulogy, his words of held Monday at 2
Seems like she Is just thanks to the Brldgewater Samuels who delivered KENNETH L. JOHNSON nm. from the chanel with
away and Gibson famlies of encouragement will never of 1814 NW 2nd Ct. Rev, Fred ,J. Hicks, offi,,;
I cannot say, I will not Brownsville, also to the be forgotten. We are also died March 10. He Is survived ciating./
say Range Funeral Home. (grateful to all the clubsof by an uncle. Joseph

She is dead, she Is just DEACON HARRY The Stringer Family Carver Ranch, the Stev- Johnson a cousin Mr, MORRIS JOHNSON of
away WALKER en's Funeral Home for its Anna Cherry, three nieces Old Cutler Road. Goulds

With a cherry smile and a IN MEMORIAM courteous and sympa- Arrangements are Incom- died March 1. !Survivorsare :
wave of the hand, passed March 8, 1961 thetic services. plete. his wife Adelle a
She wandered Into an His life Is a beautiful In loving memory of daughter) Annie M. Johnson -
Mrs. Lula King, wife
unknown land.It memory i our dear husband and ten step children. Arrangements -
Mrs. Lola Lamar sister IN MEMORIAMIn
His absence a silent grief ;father, are Incom-
is sad and not the love He sleeps In God's lovely Mrs. Irene Fuller, sister plete.
of it gardenIn Mrs. Dora M. Smith, ... memory of

Still as the Savior I say sunshine and in per- __________ sister COLLINS DAWKINS
She is not dead, she is fect peace of 322 NW 7th St., died

just away. When the day of toll Is CARD OF THANKSWe March 2.
The love Is the same andI done

will When the race of life Is the family of the FRANCIS .
See you some day. run late,
Wiley Robinson Father grant thy weariedone | MRS. SELENIA IRIS
SEARS of 1604 NW 4th
Rest for evermore MRS. LAURAGRANVILLE 1Ye Ave., died March 8 at
IN MEMORIAM Ceola Walker, wife RR's her home. Services Sat-

The family of the late, Martha Walker, mother i n urday, 3:30 p.m. at St.
Sisters, children and who departed this life : Mary's Weslyn Methodist -
Il MRS GRACE HADLEY grand children February 28, wish to thank 9 Church with Rev. H.
LAWYER the many neighbors and s V. Stewart, pastor, offi-
friends for their kindness xvfti. ciating. Remains will repose -
wish to thank our many IN MEMORIAMIn i t shown during our hour of n in the chapel beginning -
friends and neighbors for tY c ; k grief. 4 p.m. Friday. Sur-
their kindness shown us sad but loving mem- U t vivors include her hus-
In our breavement. ory of our dear departed ? We wish to express our band, James; two daugh-
Thanks for flowers telegrams one, C,-.-"'=.i.,,>... ft. .'."......1W7 f special thanks to Rev. ters, Hortense Mingo and

and cards. Special -,-- -_.. --"._, .... JAMES A. THOMPSON Burney and the membersof Helen Gordon; a son,
thanks to Rev. Faison # ? and his wife also the No who departed this life tst Church, Mr. and Mrs. LYDIA JANE HILL brothers, Horace, Tal-
1 choir of Mt. Zion AME 1 March 12 1962. Turner Thomas, Miss madge and Wallace

Church of Opa Locka Gone but not Lubridie Lawrence, Joe who passed to life eternal Thompson; a sister, Mrs.
Roundtree and the won- on March 10, 1958.
Thanks to Mr. William Harriet Smith.NICHOLAS .
Norwood and The Houseof :' 1 May he rest in peace. derful staff of the Houseof Her suffering ended with

Albert for their untiring Sadly missed: Albert and all the the day, ROLLE of

service again we f Mrs. Bessie Thompson, many friends on 13th St. Yet lived she at Its close 511 SW tith Tern, Home-
thank you. God bless wife and 2nd Ave. And breathed the long, stead, died March 5. Ser-

each of you and yours. And Edward son. Charlie C., Margaret long night away vices Saturday 2 p.m. at

Mr. Leon Lawyer husband Jones and family In statue-like repose St. James baptist Church
But when the sun in all with Kev. Joel Johnson,
Mmes. Angleline
IN MEMORIAM- his state pastor officiating. Re-
Bailey Stephenson -
mains will repose in the
sisters Messrs. Doc In sad but loving mem- CARD OF THANKS Illumed the eastern skies, chapel beginning 3 p.m.
and Phillip Hadley bros. of our dear husband
ory She passed through Glo- Friday until funeral time.
Mmes. Nellie Hadley, and father, We the family of the ry's morning gate Survivors include his
M. Avant sisters-in-law late And walked in Paradise.
Thelma Ifladley.IN JAMES SMART wite, lemma: ; two daugh-
W. C. Bethel, son ters, Mesdames Ghylea
who departed this! life LEILA MCNEIL YoUng and Sybllene
Rahmings Dght.
MEMORIAM March 2, tDf,1, Sleep on who departed this life Ellen Welch, daughter Young; three sons, Rufus,
and rest. February 26, and laid to Prince and Nick Rolle.
In sad and loving mem- rest March 3, wish to
Pearl Smart, wife express Thank You
ory of our dear husband sincere CHARLIE WILL WILLIAMS -
ROSE LARRIMORE Eldridge Smart, son and
and father, of 14820 SW 104th
COLEBROOKSwho Marie Smith Millicent appreciation for the many Many, many thanks to Ct. Richmond Heights
ISHMAEL CASH ROLLE Smart and Melva cards, telegrams, flowers; Rev. E. T. Graham, Dea- died,
March 6. Services
slipped away March Davis, daughters and all other acts of con Nelson Herbert Williams -
who departed this life,,12, 19G1. kindness and sympathy BTU, Choir No.1, held Thursday, March 11
March 16, 1961. For whether we live shown during their recent members and friends for at 1 p.m. at St. Mary'sBaptist
I IN MEMORIAM Church in Coco-
A precious one from us unto the Lord; and bereavement prayers, blood donations
nut Grove with Rev. J. A.
is gone: whether we die, we die In of flowers and all other
A voice we love is still unto the Lord; whetherwe memory Special thanks to the acts of kindness also the FInlayson officiating.
A place Is vacant in our live therefore, or die, MRS :MAHKL GOLDENwho friends and neighbors of Bethune Elementary fam- Survivors include his
( hearts. the Lord's. Ro- NW 1st court the Richardson wife, Olga; mother Mrs.
we are
ily and co-workers
departed this life Claudia Wiggins daughter -
That never can he filled mans 138.: on Funeral Home ana
J March 16. 1902. Rev. F. J. Hicks. May Atlantic Coast Line Betty Ann Williams;

Mrs. Clotilda Rolle, wife John Dillard, son Mary'Hudson God bless you all. R.R.May two step daughters, Mrs.
Children and sisters And And Family The Family God bless you all Ellen Williams and Mona
a Marion Lovings BethelfA

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:THE MIAMI TIMES. 'Friday; March 12. 1965

l : 1330 NW 68TH TERR..
((0L\ (A' .. : Located at 2137 NW 1-foedroom NEW BARON HOMES
St. House for sale also. apt Large rooms. Quiet, 9 rooms 2 baths
down payment. Not no children.: $18 per week completely furnished 1921 N.W.50th.Street
from bus stop. Call 1323 NW 58 Terr phone 1835 H.W. 41st Street
appointment 034-0473.: .132-3200. immediate good
SALEE 651 N.W. 47th Street.
1831 NW 49 St. (InlSt..tMAKE
ROOM In nrivate home Open 3-5 Easy Terms
< NEW CBS Fla. NO "Fantastic Value." Don't for, n refined working OFFER
m, ca pQrt. awningdams '2 until you see these man. 1473 NW. 70 St Call 3 large bedrooms, 2 bath,
a|pll a. n c e seshly ) new luxury homes (591-0425. .' "'.' .... Fla room Baskets
painted, Ins i d,e have everything. No V ;
d out. Price Is FHA of mortgage, $102.81 7762 NW 15 Ave. PrivateCBS (ubfect'to offer; ,or church.lot.Corner, 150x100 .
uation, $9,500 $300 $ month. Open Sun. 1-5 3-bedrooms. 2 baths OWNER 7594842
wn and $58 month.y FHA 817 NW 43 St. JE home or use as 2 separate 361-5311 WE BUY LAND, HOMESOR
at Life Realty, Bro- 2. apts. Separate garage also. BROKER -
f r, 4932 NW 7 Ave.. PL $28 per week or KEY REALTY
371, Open evenings 1 CBS home monthly. Call Mr. Marvin. OR OURS
d Sundays. -NO owner, 26'45 NW (JO St. Greater Miami Realty, HI
:'I 635-7543.: 1-f 133. Need Mes_,y? Call
,.., .
CBS -'
RGE 3-bedroom cnclo ; --- :"
plus extra 2bedm YOUNG LADY wishes to JE 8-1340
me port! 1 HOMES
apt. Reduced way perfect condi- share her 2-bedroom apt. TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
( I on 1 lot. 2195
wn. Owner anxious. You SH.U()! t :t ) / Total $11,000. $1.000 with voung lady. Call CHURCH SUNDAY
rent free.e 63344689.V'URNiSHED! .
hn live almost and I .
Call H. B. Dickey, ., -
have key to show. Life : -- -- --- --
after 4.
eater Realty, Broker, N. !) ROOM, 5710

L 9-STT9. 2-bed- days.Op : l NO QUALIFYING, 2 bath CBS WV Mrs. Minnie 19 Ave.Martin.FURNISHED NE .4-8195. DO YOU OWN A LOT?

LL HOUSE -1)1- : :t years old). Built in Apt. Free
leal oom bargain.CBS plus 9000.carport Small, a CHS i 1 tile roof awning lights and water. Adults DO YOU WANT TO BUY A HOME BUT NEED CASH!!

"A Real .ind terazzo floor, only. 1868>> NW 55 Terr.
own eal" payment.- Don't miss thisne. ('('( I ; yard. Good deal for Ha.->>-OO8!). WE WILL TRADE WTH YOU
IIJlal1 Some cash down,
Fenster Realty, Bro- -- -0--
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er, PL 98779.BEDROOM a11,1 : :::: 681-8566. apt. NXV 59 Terr. DO YOU NOW OWN A HOUSE BUT WANT TO GETA

CBS home, i \ Call 0332891.ROOM : BETTER OR BIGGER ONE??
Nice location 49
half ,
lug extra income efficiency.. Life $!>:! between 29 and 30 1421 NW 70 St. WE WILL TRADE.WITH YOU...
'xcellent proper- X \ ': ve Will build to suit .
y Oh! Yes, all furnish- Open .. If you have a lot to phone 0916590.FURNISHED .. AND GET YOU WHAT YOU WANT
d, even to linens. Call to ings.: call Also: build
us. we and have
how this terrific 1-bedroom This is a real easy way you can buy not to
you ( repair. Call NE modern apt. Adults or 1 wait until for house.
Nice area. Fenster you get a buyer your
buy. : : or fi91T)851.CENTER .
Realty, Broker PL 9-8779. FHA ... child up to 3 years. MU --0--
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room CBS corner, largelot VILLAKINDERGARTEN ROOM in private home. TO SEE YOUIU!!!
sie PL 8-9717
Call ,Sunday.
lovely location. Near '
buses, schools, etc. FHA, big WE ARE OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK 9 to 7 P.M.
$500 down. Call us mar register now. Hoi: WILL PAY $75 month for
only and board and --0--
on this one. Fenster Realty and pickup service room light
Broker. PL 9-8779. own For information call laundry 63, phone for PL gentleman 7-7822. of SEE THESE AND THEN COME IN OR CALL US ...

!ity Brand new 3 Bedroom CBS At 1228 N.W. 42nd St.
LARGE HOME on lOOx 691.7796, 696-3802 or
135 lot. 3-bedroom, 2batha 7 634-5867 HELP WANTED At 1527 N.W. 40th St.

real large one. Many 142 N.W. 40th Street 3 Bedroom CBS
features you'll like.. Drive NO NW 17th Ave. CAB DRIVERS. Apply at
by this, call us for key to clo HMo Rl'TH COPEMND Society Cab office, 269 --0--
show. 25 NW 48 St. Fen- NW 21st St. WE HAVE DOZENS OF OTHERS
ster Broker, PL ----- _-
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9-8779. $', : :j k FOlD r :RELTYiikirk.r I :: <<

"SOUTH MIAMI POOL"home Kf' ".. ,, f. H (,. :
Do Not ,
I 3-bedroom: car- Life BuyNTIL '3639 N.W.. 15 h AvenueEDISON y6354595tf
port, natural fireplace, NW 'SlR21.'V' "N, "..*" ," i"" ""',.." .. ,., ".
plus many features.. This days.NO Open YOU SEE THESE BEAUTIE Jf"
I \ house can be shown by
appointment only Fen- 8359 N.W. 18TH AVENUECBS
ster Realty, Broker, PL (
9-8779. tile roof, garage,5$250daown, $64 month, Open

roof, }
DON'T FORGET to drive yard I --0-- Specials
by the "New Genie" model (
homes, 527 NW 46 St.. $l ( 1850 N.W. 84TH STREETCBS
1131 NW; 75 St., 1141 NW $90 '
75 St. All 3-bedroom free! tile roof, Fla room, fenced, $250 down, $67 mo. THESE FOUR OPEN SUN HAY' 2-6 x 1 1I
homes sold thru Fenster IJ)32)
Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. --0-- 8321 N.W. (I4TO COURT

715 t- NW 47th Street 2311 N.W. 82ND STREETCBS I Open 24 Sundoy "'I

Open Sunday 2-6 p.m. tile roof, $250 down, 2 Fla rooms, next to ,Nice CBS horn on,double 'corner lot. Large kitchen, car

CBS Newly 3-bedroom painted, screened large 1815 schools. t, part, fenced. $250 down, FHA.,11500.' < ; I

porch.dining room Breakfast, garage room, pa-, CBS DRIVE BY TODAY, then call TU 70403. We have {> (1474 N.W. 83RD TERRACE' : .Ii'
tio. $afio: trade. I *,'> I
FHA. Owner down.pays closing$11.300 many others, some $100 down. We 1T Open 26 Sundoy -\.

costs. Shell Realty Bro- Lovely CBS,home, tile roof'$75 jnonth pays all including, ;\
ker, 1260 NW 7 Ave., ,BrokerTU I total I
758-5551. Gregor Really, taxes and Insurance..$250 down, FHA. ,$11,000 "is;

7-0403 .1737 NoW. 83KD.TERRACEOpen
675 NW G7th Street 15, Sunday 7-8
Open Sunday 2-6 p.m ?H
dig corner beauty. 2- I 3 bedrooms, CBS,.tile roof Large.double comer 'Iett..Coiport
hedroom, dining room sprinklers. $300 down. FHA. '1I |
parade appliances $350
down, $11.000 FHA. No 4830! N.W. 1ST AVENUE :y yh
closing costs Shell Realty I 2-4 Sunday h
4260 NW 7 Ave. .
758-5551. FH $ lovely CBS home on corner. Tile roof, Fla room, dioiagsr

eel I room, ,carport. No qualifying.; 'Really nisei ,":\
581 NW 3rd Street .' '" .6"!
$ ,
Open Sundav 2-6 p.m. m ,-, *,-X Z, A* 'f.* $s )g

room Pliances Fla, Beautiful room. New landMJapins' I"-) 1 6808 N.W. 6th Ave. -3 bedrooms 2 baths, Fla

$Ion down SI3.0)0 '-.;." room, CBS, tile roof. No qualifying.
FHA. Can also be bought :" """ .... .. <:.. -:
.. I
: ::
conventional. No qualify h".." '\\, .",H ,U"' (i'i 2 337 N.W. 59th Terr. 3 bedrooms, furnished, CBS,
ing Shell Realty, Broker, so ; 4jit"t'Yi; .; :_,_ ..:w_: ._i.i.: :; :)" ; plus 1 bedroom apt, plus garage. No qualifying.

(KM NW 7 Ave. 758-r 5T l. ,. .. NEW KITCHEN CABINETS .t 'if;:i; 3 354 N.W. 59th Terr. -Beautiful CBS duplex. 1 apt.

:3700 NW 11th Avenue '" tCARPORT;: ? GARAGE ,1ti ,; has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, $500 down, FHA I
,Pass by. Call Shell ,'; ;
> years new Beautiful all. r NEW FLORIDA ROOM Jtii&; i 4 339 N.W. 39th St. CBS, $250 down, FHA.
cns duplex 2-bedrooms ,
each side. Two utility ; j> REPAIRS OR ALTERATIONS! ? l flfJ. 5 5300 N.W. 5th Ave.CBS, no qualifying, $11,700

corns, carport, built-in /% 't-- '"-_- ,v ,il total. Large corner lot. I
ovens, some furniture, tiful / :;/ }.1!; :.:": ',." !: 0'7,71j"J ,: ;;?: 1 P j 6-53 N.W. 47th Terr.CBS, Fla room, no qualifying,

$800 Shell) down Realty, $17,500, Broker ft'H A., ";f l'CALL 4uf'i. "'..MR. DAVIB0W' AT. ".,HI, 8-III9 i', "'I ;iJ, .1n; 'L' : $78 per mo. pays everyting.

fiONW; 7 Ave. TSft-BMI. a:representative will call on you:"":<'; 1 few of the available properties w.. '
:;j; ,::' ;> ;.. : These ore {lust a many I
No qualifying.\ Beautiful $78 /. (: ,-: 'N0. CHARGE FOR ESTIMATE < ::: i; have for sale. Come in See us.
corner CBS 8 '" <
duplex ( ,,, -
years new, 2-hedrooms time : ', Bank or FHA Financing' I WE ARE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY Aft 0
each side,
appliances, centrally -
located. $1,500 down : : ,! We specialize Jn removing old windows and Installing SUNDAYFOR
l4.moo total. Shell Realty 1. awning type or {alousled" windows
Broker .I2GO NW 7 )
r\"e. 758-r;!;!)1.JIIJ.nn.OOM c ing ti 1>l$0N REAtW, ReaUors

Key : : : !) ID & H Construction Co Inc.HI .
house in
171 rm iZnrf t 7514441
nice locality, no qualifying ('U \ : 8-1119]
no closing costs, call If< ( : ( : :
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p 14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Fridoy, March 12, 1965

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l lapfisfs to Daytona l

!! !: }! HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS Plans are being completednow has been carefully plannedand
.; in Daytona Beach for the will challenge the leader-
t coming of the Woman's con- ship of women throughout
-- ------- ------------------- -- Many dedicated
vention to the the state.
----- ----------------------------- --- auxiliary
Baptist General Convention of leaders, local and national
Ed Waters Notes Jackson Toddle News ,Florida to meet with the Mt. will be guests on the program.
tl Bethel Baptist Church at Baptist women of the state
Edward Waters The Parents Club of
Jackson Toddle Inn I Campbell and South Streets, are urged to make ready now
< will be at the
represented be in attendance to whatwe
I < State Te Ichers'' Association watched with wonder the Rev. Rudolph Matthews, to
f, ': \ to be 'held ,in Miami, transformation of their pastor. April 611. The local hope to be our greatest SPECIALNightingale
'q, Florida .next "month by /offsprings from infancy to I committee is sparing no pains session in every'way.
the following members of physical maturity. Tea- to make this our best session Women should include the
i 1 the teachng personnel of chers of the school share in spirit, enthusiasm, young people in their plans'as
: the College, who were with the parents the delight and in fellowship and finance. a local committee is mak-
; ) TTJi elected at the regular in observing the Mrs. Josie Q. James, president ing preparations for their
i, ( monthly teachers' meet- growth in an individual's of the Mt. Zion N.E. entertainment and comfort.A .
r; I capacity to grapple effectively 'onWomen'sDepartment. fine is planned to
Ing: W. E. Harris. CharlesL. Coast Assoclat program
t""I Williams, T D.. ))an- with intellectual and Mrs. F.0. meet the present day needs >. .
". ,by, and" .'Mrs. Brilla problems and in his per- Oliver of the Peaceful Bap- ?f the young people. ,gradual. 4
HH Thomas. ception of the problems: of tist Association Women's Good times are in store : *
/ his society. It is this organization have floe for all! specialised ,work In; 'the'
<, Representing the Col- and close work- Department porting committee a making sup- Mrs. Susie C. lIolley is car' of th. sick, a4., th*

: Ernest Taylor, Jr., who lege at the recent state ing together of the parents ready for a thousand womento president of the Women's oged',i'.."and tn.,lttpl.' a:
meeting of Colored Pa- and staff at Jackson All th.,.demand for .
amazing capacity for leader- be in attendance.The Department. "Let's EV4tt1" day ,
rent-Teacher Association that makes possible the
i'!, \ ,. \ ship although only 11 years as the guests of Mr. Har- growth of the children convention program!!!.. Come." qualified p.ronnelto'ptr*)
) old, has been chosen to receive ry Osgood state president when it is channeled toward form, lhl, valuable service,"
-< i' a merit award from the were: Sandra Holloway, a achievement by the grow. greater and greater.
)1'' ,: < Dairy Council of South Fla. junior; Sylvia Hart, senior young. Nightingale' ,College/train*"
r. The of Mr. and Mrs. ""
and Joseph Sanchez '
,1 Ernest Taylor, Sr., 900 NW also a senior. The meet-, The school and parents and qualifies. you to, fain
)t4 41st St., is Student Council in? was held at Hethune- strive to bring into locus % the many ,other Nightingale;
-1 I president at Charles Richard Cookman College. The the various interest, directions graduates, that, are -,*rfor <<
r Drew Elementary School, famous concert choir of problems and K i 1 wing this much needed
I captain of safety patrol,vice- Edward Waters College aspects of life, by presenting service. Aft a Nightingale i
: president of Gra-Y of the of the various and, sundry .
JJ JJr sang as guest organization of graduate: you can' choos*
YMCA, is a top student, is concern.speakers It on has subjects proven ---'By Walter Bowe :'- ,o"'lob( ...*,your dour*'.,i."

'. a member of basketball and must helpful to have me- The South Broward St. |h. :tim 'you'want, to'work'
softball teams which have CARVER NEWS t
) i earned trophies two yearsin dical insight as a result of VFW Post No. 8195 will t6t, You can.' *ne>y: the
a row, and attends Sunday Recently Carver High Dr. SImps is appearanceas have a fish fry and nightof You are invited to attend tcn r.cfvt" J' 'yoo. ;rx.:
School at Antioch Baptist School was privileged to speaker, and at its last games at 4816 SW 17th a Fashion Show coming doing a 'va luoLI.'' o..... Th* ;
; Church. have a winner in the meeting Friday past Mr. St. on Pembroke Road. to you from Lory's training 1..p': | '. and.:. anbe \.
Greater Miami High George Dann a represen- New location for post Dress Shoo in Hollywood
The Dairy Council has a odoptedto'yoar ee v.n-
tative from the Mental
School Drama 'Festival home. Post 5693 of Opa- p.m. at Mt. Zion AME
continuing program to honor held at the Health Society spoke and Ifenee Coll for on eoootnf*,'
( University of locka Is cordially invited Sunday, March 14 at 3 '
meritorious young people in Miami, on Feb. 25. Marva gave a most interesting and all neighborIng' postsin Church In West Holly- meat;Today and :find::out:!
t Dade County. Nominations Scott won a certflcate for discourse as well as' an the :.district. wood. f>, w" Y ery f ;e.i.i'i It,'ietai I
f { can be sent to Agnes Edwards exceptional merit in enlightening one into the q*? $ii'rf for: {thl.: iialuehl* .;
( 1001 N.W. 7 Street. "You'll Never WalkAlone" problems of mental ver- of Mr. You Invited to .'
4 f ( The Daughter are a ''nt < 'Qt #; : ;
for her portrayalas sus and Mrs. Sherman Smith, movie lit the Carver tor
.J siatheris ."
rot :
bances in children. Iflis ), : At Dixie Park written a sister and in directed a drama message provoked think- (Shirley) will be marriedto Ranches Park Thursday, OfI"' "? cf..*.c*. w.......;
by John Motes at March 18, 8:30: Please "
English Classes Mr. Clarence Brown, dra- and parents asked num- Gethsemane Baptist,, come on time. Sponsoredbv :; up; ta45 '.UoIM.iH.. I. th' ;
instructor. erous questions: thus school ncorearLavr
ma : .dlplorM
Church 22nd Ave. and the Demo-Civic Clubof :
the '<: > '' % :"< ''''''''' }
making presentationmost
,r Having trouble with The Department of SW 18th St. Reception South Hroward. Admission > ; 1 ttitfi atiNlxtwA ''"
the part of speech? Can't Physical Education is rewarding: will follow at the home of free. Adults only.

get agreement of subjects proud to announce that The meeting was cen- the bride 4151 SW 21st
,f and verbs? Is your spelling they are zone championsin tered around the St. Pat-
<<: i slipping? Want to Basketttall-the grits rick's theme, with parents
f' build a larger vocabularyNeed sports day team competed and hostesses wearing
help in writing against 4 other schools, green as the day denotes.An lOW DOWN PAYMENT
t business letters and reports and became "B" divisionzone array of pep songs
," ? If you have any champions. In the brought broad smiles t o 1162 N.W. 42ND STREET
,' of these or similar prob- title "A" division Carverwas the faces of all present.
lems then Join the Basic awarded 2nd place. +
Grammar Class at the Outstanding player "A" President James presided $10,500 TOTAL $10 MONTH
I Dixie Park Branch of team-Barbara Williams in her most inimitable
the Miami Public Library. manner and further plans 2 bedrooms, CBS, Fla room, oak floors, elec. stove, separate .
Adults and 8 Schools Give were made for the
young gigantic garage. No qualifying, no closing costs.
people, not attending May Day Program.
school, are Invited to refresh $400 to UNC Foremost in the minds of Trio 1
their knowledge many is the challenge for RealtyPL
of the "King's English"In Fund winning the King and
a relaxed atmosphereand Queen Contest. This is a 9-8312 60H2S68
without expense. Eight Dade County quite an enviable honor at ,
Schools have donated $400 Jackson for among the
;t The classes will be held so far to thp United Ne- students the list would .
each Thursday, beginning pro College Fund. School read like a who's who. It
March 11 at 8 p.m. Enroll chairman. Fletcher Pas- is conceded that the dis- CONSOLIDATE YOUR DEBTS
early to be one pf the chall reported the followIn criminating chooses
first 25. It's all free and crRTW; Jackson's Toddle Inn.f NOW FOR MONEY IN I HOUR WI 9-0077 I,

open to the public. For $5300 SMALL PAYMENTS

call more FR information 7-5020. please Brownsville 96.50 lIAINK.w .MAKIWiglcti $ 1,000 .......-..-..-.-$ 20 Month 4 +
Dorsey! 72.61 l lanai Curl I
The Lillie C. Evans 13.00 ) Clwtttrt & Pony Toils. $ 2,000 -..----......-.$ 30 Month
library is located
350 NW 13th St. Mays 53.70 $1.00'Of d.toil. $10,000 .....................$1 00 Month
Northwestern 66.90 THE HAIR-CRAFT STUDIO
North Dade 32.00 ... O. eon X111I LOANS ON VACANT LOTS OR ACREAGE
Pine Villa 12.00 Doytooo leach, florido
I BTW High lit and 2nd Mortgages

Don't forget the dales R.I. Baron Mortgages
April 10, the night of the -l
benefit dance and floorshow 14535 5th Avenue 'ii
for the band und Mortgage Broker I" Ii .
April 29 the night of the '
Instrumental M u 1'1 I cDepartment's : : : :<" t' ,

Annual ;CoIItfiIIIIWMMAYE.,./ ',: \.,.

will concert.be featured.This year a !skit Uiuralu: { .twori.n1 Jark :, / ::

ea HAS Preinterment plots of 8 grove spaces or less ", .?1

The mixed chorus, under ALSO Mediate I I single grave space interment' ".AII.>FL." ...:''to 1 I"..\.<,,Wf
the direction of Mrs. ;S1J.'f:
Mable Dorsett Glover, We are not fall and we are till doing business i J' < '" E,' > ...' "
highlighted the -'.' ,t ,l". ,
months of Open six days a week to serve yon "' '''' <' ""+ Ii,
January and February Commonly known as Dr. Pharr's C.nwt.ry .'.:a Wt''tldaviiaha.k:
with several engagements.In ;li,90 k.N:': fr.' .,'i ( J
9801 NW "- ,,. ''f"'... 'Jo_( 1tl
46TH ;
KE .. _
January the chorus \IiL -- w. -
made an appearance at ] E. Johnson, Manager Horn phon. OX 1.9199 .I
Mt. Zion Baptist Churchon I .II
a program honoring II I
President F. I
Rooseveltand II
saluting President II I II
Johnson The chorus also I II
led out In the singing of I

our our state national song anthem and Rakwfag's Funeral Home I

.sang In at February the the group FORMERLY M.S. ALLEN FUNERAL HOME I
University of I II
Miami at the Hillel i II
House where fur-
nished music for a OWNERS 1 I

Brotherhood program. 1I
After the program the Matthew H. Rahmlngs L.F.D. William L. Carey, Jr. I I j jI jI jI
I choir was served a delightful ,r =: Le-
repast.B.T.W. In Williamrburg. Va., this week high school students I I
r from the 50 American'states and 36 foreign countries met STAFFMrs. : I
Class of to discuss "The Challenge of Change" during a three-day
conference, the Williamsburg Student Burgesses (Feb. 28- Helen Perkins, Sec'y. Sherman Carey

1955 To Meet March 2). The event was sponsored for the eighth succes- Charlie Jordan Harold Perkins : I
A\ sive year by Colonial Williamsburg, the non-profit educational I oz IIo
All members of the organization carrying forward the restoration of the b .c
1144 3RD
N.W. c
AVENUE 311.8343 Cs.L
( Has of J955 fire unwed to eighteenth century capital city of Virginia. Shown here, I -
( meet at the school: Thurs with the reconstructed colonial Capitol in the' background 24 HOURS

: are (left to right)'Arthur Humes. Miami,. Florida;, Qunnar, I
: : ; Lund, Sweden;/Std.ve Smith, New Hampshire. ITirii iraKjcMMgjiTrimnrMif Tr TrTrTrTr -- ,'



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 12, 1965 15

Dade County ,
"'l ,
I,;", }
Children's HomeOn .. ,- '
i '... )
Sunday Marrh 14
fl*. 10 a.m. Miss Sylvia r'I
Springer rellirious '
: writer ,
for the Guide and the
Coral Gables Times will kcz "i
With Sportsmm' ba west speaker at the
mm'- morning service of the i, ,
'' Dide Cmmtv Children's .
- Home at Kendall. She will
fef I'BAII'W he nre *nted by Rev. A.
E. Hutrheson Jr.. a chap-
lain and staff member. I Iye

Miami Beach Results: Art Hernandez tko'd freelance Miss Sprlnper writer Is for also the a 6

Mel Stormy Winters in the 8th round after a Homestead News Leader. '

furious, battle. Stormy was over matched with she Is a member of RIviera r
the rough Hernandez. This was Stormy's first Presbyterian Church :
and a graduate of the
defeat in 26 fights. University of Miami. r --

In the semifinal heavyweight Willie Johnson Carver ChapterNo.
knocked out Duke Johnson in the second
round. Matt Sheffield and Omar Leon light- 103, O.E.S.

weight, drew in a four-rounder and in split 10th Anniversary
decisions, Carol Mendoza took Grady McLen-

don and Milly Marquart defeated Isaac Grubb. celebrated n-trvpr Chanter its nth No npnlv 103.-

"r-sary March 18 at the "THIS IS A FOOTBALL," says Rattler football coach Jake Gaither (left) to a group of
1.:Ule River Results: Frank Curry tko'd March 18. 8 p.m., nt the professional football players on the Florida A&M University campus. Chatting with the
Roelif Brooks in the 2nd round of a 4 rounder.In Masonlo.' Tempi 4818 N. FAMU ocach are Bob Paramore, St. Louis Cardinals; AI Denson and Hewritt Dixon, both

a six round bout Larry Adkins defeated he W slneinc 27th Ave.cronns Therp and will'en- of the Denver Broncos; J.C. Caroline, Chicago Bears; and Bill Barber, Charleston (W. Va.)

Butch Jackson ; six rounds, Willie Taylor defeated tertainments, The publicIs Iron Men. All the players are ex-Rattlers, except Caroline.
Lou Howard ; main event 8 rounds. Invited.

Jerry Locker tko'd Ritchie Smith in the 3rd Mrs. Lillian Please W.M f GET THE TIMES BY MAIL ONLY $5.00 PER YEAR
round This was Jerry's sixth straight ko. In 'Rro.-L.---K. Graves, W.P. __ _

four rounds Tommy Hunt won on a tko over
AI) Johnson in the third* 1 1 : .i t MALE SEWING AT ITS BESTw.

DRIVER DELIVERY special I e In all types of
Teddy Brennen, matchmaker for the Gar- .
LABORERS PORTER sewing. Dresses, shirts, al
den, originally scheduled the TigerRiveroscrap BUSBOY DISHWASHERCheck ,.ratlo,'s, restyling, slacks,
for March 20. But when he was able to bedspreads, covers and
put together the light-heavyweight welterweight our many listings draperies. Even upholstery.
No Fee
championship double header (Pastra- Registration
no vs. Torres and Griffith vs. Stable) for NORTH DADEEMPLOYMEHT Contact Flora at

March 30, he moved Tiger-Rivero ahead. 1065 NW 79th St. 633-6273,
362 N.E. 167th Street
Consequently Tiger arrived from Nigeria, 1'J J

and Rivero from Buenos Aires both a bit ,.

heavy. The contracts were drawn up for 169 JN
'y i if
pounds, give or take one. And when Rivero L

took a pre-fight physical he weighed: 176. 111 Fi.AYl11



Hurry for your tickets, they are going fast. Bethune Honored
The Baltimore Orioles are feeling: like they're CoachPlayers

going to win the pennant. At their training BethunetCookman College B-CC's 6-9 sophomorecenter V

quarters in Miami Stadium the other day, Basketball coach Jack Mc- Carl Fuller, was I c. tliffecentlaotund..wm.6
. everyone ..we" talked to general: manager Cia i ire n has been named named the tournament'smost never dillerettt--1311
Lee MacPhail ,manager Hank Bauer, the Southern Interscholastic valuable player and The breve
Athletic Assn. Coach of the 6-5 forward, Malcolm lIen-
coaches and the players all bursting out
: Year after guiding his teamto derson, was named to the all
all over with optimism concerning: their the SIAC visitation cham- tournament team along with :
chances of putting ;; crimp in the Yankees bid pionship and a berth in the Fuller. '
for an unprecedented sixth-straight }pennant.A National Collegiate Athletic Fuller also set a tourna-
Assn. tournament. ment record by scoring 60
lot of ballclubs have this rush of confi- McClairen was awarded a points against Fisk Univer-
dence to the head in the spring} then comes the plaque at Tuskegee, Ala., sity, Nashville, in the semi- CLIKTWALKER'YOMMYSMDS
harsh reality of competition. lint t the Orioles Saturday night after the final game.
dropped a 62-61 The "Wildcats" play '
se'ernl'alid reasons for feeling the way
game to Clark College of their first NCAA tournamentgame
they do, not the least of which i.s: the lO-and-8 Atlanta in the SIAC tournament in Louisville Kentucky
record they compiled against the AL champslast finals. Friday against the AP No. 1 pr151/11f y.
year. B-CC' 6-9 sophomorecenter small college team in the
Cazl Fuller, was nation, Evansville.
Then there afe big, muscular characterslike :

Boog Powell who hil :38 homers, drove in EUESOMMEREDWSRDGJBra
99 runs and hatted .290! last year. "Ife could) Hospital Training Available
become the best hitter in the league" Bauer m PANAVISION'mdMETROCOIORSTARTS)
said: of Boog, "and I this Hospital I Orderly job perience in any kind of work,
mean season. be the head of a family or THURSDAY MARCHNOW $$3 !1 1L 1t
training with pay courses household, or be a memberof
urgently need 50 unemployedmen a family or household

There is the MVP third baseman, Brooks 1st by to the start Florida training State on April Em- where the head of the family S. r
household is
Robinson} 'oung'ValJy Bunker, the :20yearold ployment Service. said HarryL. or Unemployed men unemployed.who are

high thunder who compiled an astounding Tyson, Miami Metropolitanrea interested in becoming an
H-5 record who Manager fa I Ithe FSES. should the
as a rookie last year and Orderly contact
doesn't believe in the sophomore} jinx. Tyson Orderly said that training the Hospital will- FSES's Hotel and Restaurant
Office located at 46 S.W.
"Hank has been saying all along," cliim-: last six weeks and trainees 1st Street, or call 3772411for EDWARD G.ROBINSON.t:
be $27 to $37 a
will paid '
ed in Lee MacPhail, that if we can find a week while in training. further information im- _. :;

good lefthanded hitter who can play the outfield Tyson said that there isa mediately.

and catch the ball, it could clinch the shortage of Orderlies inpade's
pennant for us. hospitals and that
those graduating from this
"I think we've found him," the CM said, Orderly training will be well
and pointed toward the batting cage where a prepared to enter this type I
}powerful looking fellow taking his of work.
young: was To qualify for this job
training, Tyson said, a per-

"That's: Curt Blcfary" he said. "He's) 215, or son older must and be 16 unemployed.years of age To

can play the outfield or first base, and he'joa receive a weekly allowancea
real good) one." person must be 16 years of NITELY

age, unemployed, have at
"He's a j pull-hitlin' son of a gun and I've least 2 years of previous ex- Except Sunday
e'el'Ieen: finer attitude in a ballplayer all ; .
aletern i aation." WhiteCandlelight *
Lily k ;)


Curt Blefary the name rang a bell.) Was! Uniform Rank o f RECORD PAYOFF TO DATE

not he in the Yankee organization ? the Lily White Security a :
Benefit Association cor-
"Hi ht." Lee said ".Blct'al'Y'al'! at Greensboro dially Invites you to attend -
in irrevocable" waiver and we got hint its Candlelight Tea
for $8,000, one of the times the Yankees ever Thursday, March 18, 8:00: fts
something in p.m. Greater Bethel AME
something without getting(
Church 245 NW 8th St.
return" s
Mr. C. R. Thomas
It would be a fine stroke of irony if Curt president, Mrs. Margaret

IJlefury turned out to be a ringleader in an Carey, District Deputy. SOUTH END COLLINS A
the Prizes will be given to
Oriole Yankees pen-
uprising} that Co* the the public.



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16 t THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, March 12, 1965

Miss TawFlorida .
ts r<.k h s tt
rj xe"A a'+ ;

j to j M w Civil gLctptJI

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1 -WASHINGTON The Department of Health, Educationand Mease Hospital, Dunedin, Florida This treatment
be Chosen Welfare today received its second group of complaints center does not accept Negro patients. Any Negro patients
i H : this time against 29 southern hospitals, under Section VI of that may be received on an emergency basis are immediately
The Miss Tan Florida the Civil Rights Act. referred to the Morton P. Plant Hospital in Clearwater, Fla.
Beauty Pageant will Park be This second group like the first (February 15th), was Pinellas County ,Nursing ,Home, Largo,..Florida{ -. An.
BRIGHT Auditorium staged at Bayfront Saturday filed jointly by the NAACP and the NAACP Legal Defense official at this facility recently advised: thattheydqpp: ; : : }'!
March 20 at 8 p.m. Admission Fund two' separate, but closely associated organizations.Jack take Negro patients but they, would open a segregated''ward
Is $2.50 per per- Greenberg, director-counsel of the Legal Defense in about three months.
son. The public is Invit- Fund and J. Francis Pohlhaus, counsel of the NAACP's Tampa General Hospital, Tampa, Florida Rooms and
NEW ed to see Florida's most Washington Bureau, again filed the complaints.The wards are assigned by'race and Negroes are moved to make
beautiful tan beautiles attorneys asked to be informed of the results of room for'white patients.
'perform in swim suits, the investigations "as well as the opportunity to participatein Lakeland I General Hospital Lakeland, Florida A new
evening wears and in hearings and other proceedings held to effect full compliance building built with lIiU.Burton funds is used for whites_ only
FUTURE talent displays. ." The old building is now used for Negro patients, only '.
The 29 hospitals cited all receive federal funds for Winterhaven Hospital, Winterhaven, Florida .u This
The judges, consisting construction all administered hospital operates racially segregated wards, waiting rooms
of 'Garth Reeves, Jack public assistance or hospital programs, and cafeterias.
Orr, Hendrix Berns A. D. by HEW.
Moore and Dr. George Under Title VI, HEW is expected to take affirmative North Carolina leads in the current group of complaintswith
Simpson, will have a difficult measures to end racial discrimination in southern hospitals.A nine; Florida has six; and Georgia has five. Arkansas,
task in selectingthe summary of discriminatory practices accompanied the which has two this time had six complaints previously.All .
reigning queen who complaints. told, 41 complaints have been filed by the NAACPand
will go on to Dallas, Tex. the NAACP Legal Defense Fund within the past three
) .i to compete for the title Morton F. Plant Hospital, Clearwater, Florida This weeks.I.Johnson.
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