The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 19, 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: UF00028321:00360

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Volume 42, No. 28 THE MIAMI TIMES, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1965 16 P TS'Ac

.., ;,:.:" Strong Voting Bights Bill to Congress ,I I"Wo

':'1' shall overcome," President Johnson said in a "To those who seek to avoid action by their national
"'." dramatic plea Monday night to Congress and the nation as government in their home communities-who want to and
he asked quick passage of a bill guaranteeing voting rights who seek to maintain purely local control over electionsthe -
to Negroes.In answer is simple," Mr. Johnson asserted.
a 45-minute address to a joint session of Congress "Open your polling places to all your people. .
and which was carried by television to millions around the "Allow men and women to register and vote whatever ,)
world, the President said' in part. 'The time for waiting color of their skin. j'
gone .. from outside this chamber is the outraged con- "Extend the'right of citizenship to every citizen of this
science of a nation-the grave concern of many'nations-and land. I ,
the harsh judgment of history on our acts.** In reference to the plight of the Negro, he said: '

"The cries of pain, and the hymns and protests of oppressed i
,r9EE a oeople must be answered without delay, hesitation "More than 100 years have passed since the Negro was**
{ or comprise, he said. freed. And he is not fully freed tonight. U was more than
j 'we Referring to the brutality last week In Selma, Ala., 100 years ago that Abraham Lincoln, a great president of
{ y where state troopers used billy clubs and tear gas to halt another party, signed: the Emancipation Proclamation. But i
a civil rights demonstrrtion, and where the Rev. James. J. hat emancipation is a proclamation and not a fact.
Reeb, a white minister from Boston was beaten fatally, the "A century has past-more than 100 years-since equa- '
President said this violence was "a turning point in man's lity was promised. And yet the Negro is not equal." ;
ending search for freedom." Concerning the bill he is asking Congress to pass ?
Mr. Johnson said "The real hero of the,,struggle for speedily President Johnson said,"we ought not and we can- I
., freedom for all Americans is the American Negro" whose not and we must not wait another eight months before we get ,
actions and protests-his courage to risk safety, and even a bill. We have already waited 100 years and more. And the
_,., to risk his life-have awaken the conscience of the nation." time for waiting gone."
t.'r: : The President's speech was interrupted by applause I
.; .. While defending "the right of free speech and the right
of free assemble," President Johnson pointed out that about 40 times. Many Southern lawmakers stayed away, and
"free assembly does not carry with it the right to block pub many who were present took no part in the applause. Someof
'. lie thoroughfares traffic.'* them indicated support for the measure.

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.., GLAMOUR PLUS This loviT;lass answers to the 1'11' ordered by al' Miami facilities.
r6 Caro ,of Gwendolyn Anderson. Gwen will show her talents federal judge Tuesday to '

tomorrow night when she competes with 16 other girls la the MilcolM X's County desegregate Jail the within Dade six jail'sth (

state runoff for tho Miss Ton Amtrlco Contest to ha held at months.He floors are segregated.

Bayfront Park Aiditoriiin.. Glamour Photo.iit3.ulflaUE Sister Takes Only trustees of both
would "comply If races are permitted to Intermingle \.
ouu! uuwH t"'sdjttltll tMui I <(tittt autiM' iiiii''>t<'t '' that Is the order of the during eating

State Tiaciitrs Hold Over MoveneHt court," Buchanan said and recreation. In some
1' 'I'.I"'l In a summary decree ona cases white and Negro
suit filed last year by trustees sleep in the same
75th CoHVftHtioH H,re NEW YORK Mrs. Ella James Ferguson, Judge block.
Charles B. Fulton ordered -
Collins, sister of slain black
Buchanan to: Cease to Warden Capt. Robert
nationalist leader MalcolmX
Teachers from throughout "classify or contain" pri- Scharlau said the latest
announced she would takeover
Florida are in session at soners on the basis of inmate count at the jail
BayfrotU Park Auditorium this operation of his Organization race or color. was 817 and the averageof
1 weekend for the 75th annual nWY ; of AfroAmericanUnity. white and Negroes was
Cease "constructing,
session of the Florida State 60-40.
.. ; -::. "I will serve in my brother's than 200 Floridians controlling, operating or
Teachers Association.The i Ferguson was arrestedlast
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Dade County Chapterof : are expected to attend a daylong Feb. 19 after he was ott
FSTA has disbanded and ,}.f.:' woman said. "There has" been meeting to discuss the mission on Civil Rights, will refused service at Barns'
joined with the integrated ." .' full agreement by all. Civil Rights Act of 1964 and be keynoted by Mrs. FrankieM. Grill a restaurant at 1944
plans of county teacher : Mrs. Collins said she other Federal civil rights Freeman, a member of the NW 17th Ave. He claimed -
groups. a would spell ,out ,her aims in policies on Saturday, March U.S. Commission on Civil his rights under the
the next 10 days. "I'm not 20, at the Hotel Evergladeshere. Rights and Associate 14th Amendment had
Alvie C. Benton of St. for separation;I'm for brother- General Counsel of the St. been violated when he
Petersburg is president and hood," she said. The meeting, sponsoredby Louis Housing and Land was jailed under segreed -
Mrs.Marian Shannon of Miamiis the Florida Advisory Clearance Authorities. (See conditions
president-elect. Dr. Gilbert llIIlIn Committee to the U.S. Com Story page 3).

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seventh consecutive year. ALVIE C. BENTON
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Both Suspects FreeAnnie ii1

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T. Daniels, 23, the state's key witness ..'
was killed Dec. 6 while and ,Adams' roommate, I''; a tI
she was Being entertained was released. Both men Y
by two men In their were arrested after the
apartment 8, 1654 NW killing. I

75th St.One Jordan testified that

bullet in the chest Adams and the woman r #"
snuffed out her life arrived and awoke him
about 9 a.m. and sent him ,
In Dade Criminal Court out for whiskey and clga- i e w
Tuesday both prosecutionand rets. Jordan said he returned
defense agreed that spent some time .
one of the men did it, with the woman and wentto
but could not agree on sleep In another room. % d 1
which one.Behind M n
He woke up later, Jor-
closed doors six dan said, and discoveredthe
jurors went Into a huddles girl fatally wounded. 1 (
for five minutes, then Each,,man testified that
concluded they could not he was sleeping and k1L1
be sure which man fired did not, know how the .
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for second degree murder REGISTER TO VOTE Mere rhea 2.060 Uieaioss took sort ia s tyapathy March who was slain la Sel..., Above Bishop Eageaa C. Hatcheraf
was cleared by t h e THE BOOKS ARE OPEN last SvaJoy baron holdisg memorial services' at Greater the 11th Episcopal' District aJaVtssas the overflow crawl
jury, and ,Phillip Jordan Bethel. AME Chwch for the Rev. James Reek, Bottoa taitter ia the e .,d. '


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Newspaper publishers from all over the country gathered in Mew York City lastweekend ((2)) New York Mayor Robert F. Wagner invited the publishers to breakfast on Friday
to observe the 138th anniversary of the Negro press, and to honor the first Negro pub- morning at Grade Mansion where he presented a proclamation proclaiming March 16 "Negro
lisher, John B. Russwurra, who used his writing eloquence to crusade against racial prejudice Newspaper Day" in New York City. Shown above are Garth C. Reeves, Mrs. Marjorie Porter,
and to contend for immediate emancipation for the Negro. Mayor Wagner and Frank L. Stanley, president of the National Newspaper Publishers Association.
New Yorkers really rolled out the welcome mat for Ae newsmen with an .

entertainment-packed days that featured cocktail parties, luncheons, theatre. parties, ((3)) Highlight of the publishers meeting ,was the Marker Ceremony on Friday at the
tours, etc. Headquarters; for the group was the Commodore Hotel on Sixth Avenue at 42nd St. John B. Russwurm Elementary School at 135th St. and Fifth Ave. when Manhattan Borough

((1)) This group of publishers were caught talking shop at the Welcome Party Thursday President Mrs. Constance Baker Motley was the speaker. Shown' are 'J ohn Kirkpatrick,
night sponsored by Seagram Distillers Co.Seated are Garth C. Reeves (Miami Times), Frank Lucille Henderson, student council president; Mrs. Motley, Mr. Reeves and Mr. Stanley.
W. Mitchell (St. Louis Argus), L.M. Quinn (Michigan Chronicle), Percy Green (Jackson Ad- ((4)) Saturday was spent at the World's 'Fair' shere.the, group 'saw o film of the Fair
vocate), Frank P. Thomas (Mobile Beacon), C.C. DeJoie (Louisiana Weekly). Standing are and toured the huge exhibit which reopens,April 21. A cocktail! party at the Exchequer Club
Mrs. Marjorie Porter (Cincinatti Herald), John Kirkpatrick (East St. Louis Crusader), unknown was hosted by American Express. Coca-Cola hosted the luncheon,'in,the Top of the Fair
E.W. Rhodes (Philadelphia Tribune), Edwin T. Sexton (Kansas City Enlightener), Club when the 1965 Russwurm Awards were presented James:A. Farley and, Sen. Jacob
Frank Stanley (Louisville Defender), unknown, and Dr. Carlton Goodlett (San Francisco Javits were speakers. The lovely Clairol girls shown above presented the publishers with
,Sun-Reporter). hair kits for their wives and served as guides.
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Ushers' FederationThe 1C8l11l11mlalIlIIl1I11IAIIIIIUllltlW"1IJ' I HELP WANTED
Lenten Tea at
monthly Union of FEMALE TYPIST. Cleri- Free Trip!
the Ushers' Federation 2 BEDROOM APT. cal work. Eperienced. Call
St. AgnesSt. Our cosmic atmosphere
Assoclaton will be held FR 3-4239.
Sunday, March 28, 1965at 1 AVAILABLEGet will stir the deepest
Martha's Chapter of FEMALE TYPIST. Cleri- roots of imagination.Join .
St. Agnes Episcopal 3:00: p. m. It will be on waiting list cal work. Eperlenced. Call the your crew on & free
held at Peaceful Zion MB
Church Women will be Church 2400 NW 68th St. Model 1380 NE 151st, St. FR 3-4239. trip to the outer planets.
pleased to have you as Its Miami Fla. CAB DRIVERS. Every nUrtSATEIJJIITE
appointmentCall Apply at
f guest at Its 12th Annual LOUNGE
Lenten Tea, Sunday, A very unique and elaborate PL 12768KiniuiiuwiiiyniiiiiiiiiimiRmitiJ NW Society 21st Cab St. office, 269 6222 NW 7th Avenue
March 21, 4 p.m., Parish program has been
Hall 1742 NW 3rd court. planned for your enJoy- IlluallllIIIIAIIUIUIII&IIIJ.-uWUIIllWIIII- | | I l IUIINn_.....UI.M._........______ o u uuummu_....._...._
Guest speaker, Jack Gor- ment. -

don.Mrs. Please come! You are Aladdin Does, It ;'; '
Laura Williams, most cordially invited. AgainWtMeOOlfaL&iKtL i '
chairman; Mrs. Virginia Deacon E. Ramsey, pres. .. .
Gunning secretary. W. J. Beard, reporter.
Rev. C. P. Preston past. :i ':;



Dade County Young "NO MONEY DOWN" I

Democratic invites the general Association pub- FORMERLY M.=. ALLEN FUNERAL HOMEOWNERS 6* BANK FINANCING

lic to attend their meetin Imagine wall-to-wall, living room, dining and
room hallway.
Monday, March 22, 8
p. m. at Bonded Rental All for the unbelievable

Agency, 4150 NW 7th Av. Matthew H. RoUMs! L.F.D. Willia L. Carey, Jr. $149.50

The guest for this meet- Lewis "Bister" HewboU, Mar. Harry L. Rolle
ing is Jack Gordon, pres-
ident of the Washington STAFF This price includes complete installation over foam padding For free home estimate,

Loan Federal Association Savings of and Mi- Mrs. Helen Perkins, Sec',. Sherman Corey _CALL DAY -124-9424 NUltT 624-1812 _
ami Beach. Come out and Charlie Jordan Harold Perkins -'-
learn the facts about f: :J\'I'\ Aladdin : '"':>""."w:'
your school system. ;< < Carp.f
There will be a questionand 1744 H.W. lID AVENUE S1MMI : .' : .., '. ',:. : answer period.REGISTER 24 HOURS ', ; t:4104: LNW< l616 ''Str..t ._I{ 'fJliMl" ; : :
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 19, 1965 3 ,:J

Card Punch accepted for positionswith

V.9JNtrTPt1f7 !WML OperatorsNeeded $G5 Consolidated, $71 starting and $77 Board salaries per week.An-of .* I

nouncement No. 5(65)( Issued

t' New opportunities to on March .8, 1065
the of employ.
lists place
apply for Federal em-
slA Card Punch ment and gives instructIons -
/ ? ployment concerning the filing -
JtZj Operator positions open .
ed this week.Twentythree.
1 Boards of further detals
l 4 s L 5 f Ws U.S. Civil Service Examiners consult the Civil ServicExamlnerlnCh'aJ'lg ,
(!! at'>
in Federal Agencies
E- t'" a throughout the southeastand the Executve Secretary
y : the Atlanta Regional Bd. of U.. S. Civil Service

_ Office, U.S. Civil Service Examiners Room 804-51
announced S. W. First Ave. Miami,
Florida 33130 Post Office
that applications VUl..be

s From diapers to diplomasYour --

1 children! i I look to you for support and
.. education.
Here is where LIFE INSURANCE can give

- ..-- the help you need r.

Oi March 6, the Greater Miami Urban League met with enrichment programs to widen the cultural horizons'of Negro vT1S, >>.,.
many youth from the Dade County area and successfully organized youth.,, SEEI
an Urban League Youth Community.The Frank Cowan, Jr., Associate Director of the Local League
purpose of the organization is to get young people staff, and the person in charge of the Youth Community, CENTRAL '
(between the ages of 14-22) together, since it is only by stated that "by getting to know one another and by working REPRESEN6T VE
knowing each other that they can learn to live together. The together for causes common to all, young people will grow
group is to serve as a channel of communication and con- up never to know the prejudice and lack of contact which, DAY
tact between young Americans of all races. seemingly, is the root of our current racial problems." He
The leadership of tomorrow is being born in the cooperation further stated that "there seems to be a very real need for "
of Negro and white youth of today. While many an organized expression of the problems and forces that con- 'I''
will "
He assist
white high school and college students have joined forces front youth today; and it is anticipated the Urban League you in working our aprogram

with Negro youth in student demonstrations, boycotts, sit- Youth Community will function well in this capacity." that will guarantee that your dreams for your "
ins, etc., others have been using their talents and energy in Shown above are the charter members of the organization.IRhtsCo.mbsioi children will
come true. ,
such ways tutoring Negro children and providing cultural
The CENTRAL offers very attractive Modern
[ Civil i I
.,. ,, Policies to fit your particular needs to the
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f .::.It.:, a:!,, ,t..v'd amount 'of $50,000. !
r" D I "'.. K j''\ e. ,' .""r.'tI \ .. Meets Hire Sallrday
i, ,II .2 to)' "J. :......,.. ; .1 WHOLE LIFE ENDOWMENT
.. ''''! '', ... -'i< The Florida Advsory Members of the Flor daAdv1sory'
t f t. .. : .f' C(1 'A.r EDUCATIONAL ,
t .4 --..... Committee, to the U. S. Committee to
\J "D'.1Ico" 11II.I.MMI. .. the U. S. Commission on '
""",, : Commission on Civil MORTGAGE REDEMPTION TERM
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,:,,jOOt.,.. -",.. .'. "'..t" ,.o.." "I1 Rights will hold a state- Civil Rights include:
;, 1IW; ,., ; = wide informatonal meet- RETIREMENT HOSPITALIZATIONHEALTH
; ,1"5 Paul S. Walker chairman
,I" ....r: I, .. II.W, ;"" ', Ir.., ing on the Civil RightsAct Miami I II. Burney :
: ilt1' "f"4 !:. n/; ;!#, ,?(} of 1964 and other ;
fi; '* itc: # :.:t 4 \ II, vice chairman, Jack- AND FAMILY J
Federal civil rights policies sonville; Mattel Norris GROUP PLAN ,

on Saturday, March Chesley, secretary, Day-
20 at the Everglades Ho- tona Beach; George Lewis Cenfral Life Insurance Co.
tel in Miami.
Tallahassee Rev.
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COLGATE man of the Florida Ad- ,, Caxton Doggett, Lakeland; Of Florida"THE
Paul S. Walker, chair-. Prof. Hal G. Lewis,
visory Committee, an- Gainesville; Rt. Rev. Hen- FRIENDLY COMPANY"
nounced that followinga ry I. Louttit Winter Park;
morning plenary session Tobias Simon, Miami; HOME OFFICE TAMPA, FLORIDA

% workshops will be Mrs. Charles L. Williams, BRANCH OFFICES STATEWIDE .I
GLEEM \ ,/
held covering employ- Miami; James <, ment housing, public accommodations man Jr., Jacksonville;. Edwin : )
law enforcement E. Lewis Jr.. /.1+
education and
CREST hospital services. ..... ...... 1

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FAMILY SIZE REG. S7C LIMIT 2 Relations of the Community -

.. Relations Service is
t; "? "' ')<"" (#t' /I1\.tI"" '!."'. ., : : : 'f. [ IIPIBONDED JI
Advisory Committee In
I "IIXt",I. : the sponosorship of the
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meeting. Participants Include -
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'11< ', .. : Mi 11: ,. ,,' representatives of
.. :. t '. } !'&.; .tj : the U. S. Department of
1<," ., 0.. .'.# \ h j" ..,I.., """tJ-f:: jt.t'" f', Justice; the Departmentof RENTAL

Health, Education and
Welfare; the Community
ladies Hats SlWi Relations Service Small J S

and Business the President's Administration Com-; ;:? AGENCY INC. ...

mittees on Equal Oppor- ,
tunity in Employment and

i hs1rkH' :+&$1. ida Housing governmental as well as officials Flor- : : THE LARGEST COLLECTION AND RENTAL

hospital ,
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'! 'r, '\ :\ III "i. : ... ( J .#I employers, labor union AGENCY IN THE SOUTH; OPERATING IN
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> 'r ... ., officials and civic lead-
11 ..' '; ,.v<*v""",j..i<*'*.f"0" ; "' 1i:; ;1f'.3r.' .r- HON. L. L. BROOKS
ers and representatives of ,
community organizations.The DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.
V3H meetng will beginat

10 a.m. and is scheduled GEORGE P. HARTH, GENERAL MANAGER
to adjourn at 4 p.m.
--.'- ", .f", "',;_!I'k ," '(.lhW-1"Jt: '."", J'!:' The conference is the 7th :
"f1 I 'f.
., ;,ir'r".a;' w.', .fJ'l .! in a series of such meetIngs MANAGING AND AItTAit|' | IrljAH :
,.,., ... .., ,. .. C'II:, being conducted by BnMKBK?'i vsr* >ViiMXjfe-- /7A&$&
Mi,..t"Y, .nf My \; .d A C .' { ".t. ., ,,, : ,
rlJ ) advisory under the i 1Q,900 flOOSING'wtf .IJ : .
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house function. Similar
meetings have been held + Bonded also has employment service at main office + .,

Yoi Cai Depend OB DISKAY in Arkansas Delaware, + 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue +
South Carolina
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lIe.t! tC"g! (.0( d.)Of to door service! for'tenants convenlenceOn >" :
,to oh tiT ord... Soidoy" !.for emergtnty" servlcecall"1 PL.9..8733: ;:' rj(1"')

4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9.8733

Vandalism don by a few Is expensive to all. Pleas help us stop this unnece..arevll.;

C.A. Lockhart, Public Relations Director

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 19, 196$ "' -

Core ManArrested

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Florida School

H.E. SICISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publl.h.r March (tUU of
GARTH, C. REEVES Managing Editor Monticello,-Core Field
Secertary Splver Gordon
Mcmbfr' of the ,National Newspapers Publlsh.rs Association .was arrested on a "reck-
,SUBSCRIPTION RATES less driving" charge
ONE YEAR $5.00'" SIX MONTHS'$3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 March 9 on his way out
of this Jefferson County iltamnut'ion
Entered; as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post seat where he had led a
Office at Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 student march for school 1.
Integration. In protest, of
Office at 6740 N.W 15th Avenue Phone OX 1-0421 the harassment arrest, a
tvpe: of arrest which has
NEGRO PRESS believes that America con best lead deep south, he plans to
the world from racial and national antagonism ,when It accords jail-In for at least five
to every man regardless of race, creed or color his days.
human and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no mon-the The students, all of
Negro Press strives to h.lp.v.ry man in the firm belief that whom are from Howard ftT UB: tto .Sw Bars- ... ..Nd..MI* to UIoIo
all men are hurt as long as anyone I. held back Academy, the all-Negro L the r..itL* Bscre sveee _
school marched to the sNsgrtat..ntteatsttas eI SMertsa will ke Mete U eUer
courthouse where the des *-.w.. .SQS psrtellaela ere p rJ.1 M sass tteAr a.n.-, eM
the best of condition school board was in ses-
"The human race In
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when it has the greatest degree of liberty_Dante. sion. One of them, Fred -I I dpsdI- rUettM Mile fri ...s.. s4tte
Sanders, went Inside to trtttrl la tile 100 ....
that have *
THE PRESIDENT SPEAKS present their demand for -.s...die___ ....... .. w lyrwr..rs .* t JTMT&s g. ..u.d. .
branchesof school integration. The eI t a ..u..
President Johnson addressed both
demand was flatly reJected ... ... cs" --, n.w..
Congress on' Monday night. His subject was and a boycott Is wpm.....1a1II ftRIIIDII.... I.t 1bw tssae..v.ik u, 196f, ..
"The Dignity of Man And The Destiny of De being considered.A .

mocracy." proposed pupil by placement the board plan Is National Negro Newspaper Week

His address was a prelude to a Civil Rights completely inadequate, mnor I die insli of me*! W .......... tke lgarsrwtr.
Mill that was sent to the Congress on Wednes- Core Scholarship Educat- .:XX. "c.atuca. aM L '* ** w..e ..*. *. ser. ** ..."*... ,...w. teMBOOr ,.......
day urging quick passing of the measure in ion Defense Fund Attor- :L1: vws A rrleee tsdtttw
and ney John Due has charged T $ Z sweats M* m kMl Ml *MM ttc Me1e1... City
order to halt denial of registration* voting in a complaint filed d IUaal:' M stf1.a .

rights in' Alabama or other states. with the U. S. Office of DOB u tto rrtM *f w mror et die aty .f u i. n ru..
The bill will condemn restrictions in federal Education. Throughout 1M 'S' .* ef

._and state elections now used to prevent Negroes been Florida leading, where a voter Core has registration tar...*. .UtkeyewefREDUCE .
from voting.It campaign, a r.8IPr-ft...
would impose stiff jail sentences and fineson drive is being conductedto i \

state or local officials or individuals depriving block all school assis- '
persons of their right to vote. tance discriminatory.This programs whichare (

The harsh fact is that in many places in this drive also Is directed #
country, men and women are kept from vot- at the local anti- .u. .-
ing because they are Negroes, said the Presi- presently poverty program is being, admin-which <

dent. stered by all-white Rural
Their cause must be our cause too. It, is not istered by all-white, Rural : .
just Negroes, but'all of us, who must over- Rural Development Coun- -- --- - -
cil. CORE Chief Counsel
come the crippling legacy of bigotry and in- Carl Rachlin has wired NoticeTo
justice. The time of waiting is passed and we the Office of Economic LOM 6 whom it may concern:
shall overcome, the President said. Opportunity demandingthat up to ponds Despite rumors to the
anti-poverty funds be weekly contrary, Mr. Hosea Williams -
The President spoke calmly and with -
apparent withheld from Jefferson DrLonff formerly of Talla-
sincerity. It was really a great speech bya county so long as the administering hassee, Fla., Is legally
great President and the applause he received agency excludes 1545 S.W. 1st St. married to the widow of
was evidence that his audience was well pleased. Negroes. FR 3-2748 the late B. MCDuffie. Mr. 9a
Williams has never been
-rr-- ---..Ir married before. For fur-
President Johnson is a president of all the \ ther information, you
people. Wouldn't it be a wonderful thing if Graham, Luther Pierce, director of Councilof may contact the Rev. Dr.
Governor Wallace and some other governors Churches; Max Karl, director of Florida Yaeger who married them.Announcement .
would emulate President Johnson in dealing Council of Human Relations; A. D. Moore, R

with all citizens of their states regardless to treasurer of CORE; Robert Gladrick, repre'
color or creed? sentative Garment Workers Union; Howard On March 20 all day

America could then boast that she really is Dixon, vice president FCLU; Dr. John Brown, Saturday and Saturday
there will be
the land of the free and the home of the brave. project director, OQRE; Dr. George Simpson, First Day of Spring Sale
Rev. Theodore Gibson.A
held at the home of Miss _
TROUBLE IN ALABAMAGovernor colleation was taken as an expression ofMiami's Angie Carter,
sympathy for :the family of the' Rev. 46th St. This sale New
George Wallace of Alabama Mr. Reeb. held by the mem
whose troubled city of Selma, attracted the the Sacred Heart
This interracial march was seen and ad- in an effort to
attention of the world by ill-treatment of Ne-
suitable site
groes attempting to register in order to become mired by hundreds, many of whom" exclaimed, building ,of a has
participants in the affairs of the state and "Ain't it good to live in Miami. the Most Sacred to the
Of course, there's only one Miami and Jesus. W. Carver
nation, must be a man with a heavy-laden we
have her! execu-
conscience today. He has seen his state troopers The public is as
perform their acts of cruelty upon help- Come one come all
Jess citizens resulting in the death of one of NEWSPAPER WEEK have ful time.yourself There a seeks to of

the white ministers who had the courage and March 14-20 is National Negro NewspaperWeek. plenty to eat and fellowship
charity enough to join hands' with his Negro We are pleased. to announce that our other activities to for
brethren in seeking their rights. the others. boys or
Mayor Robert King High has issued a Proc- of-
The death of the Rev. James Reeb, a Uni- lamation declaring this week and inviting rec- our com-
tarian minister from Boston, has placed Ala- ognition of the same.

bama, especially Selma, in an uneviable posi- Our managing editor, Garth Reeves, returned with the
tion before the whole world. It has also hurt on Monday from a three-day meetingof the concepts Chris-
the pride of the United States of America. the National Newspaper Publishers Assoc- world

However there are good people and bad iation held, in Washington and New York. people
people in Alabama as elsewhere. At the latter place a memorial was established in tak-

Governor Wallace was invited to a conference to the memory of John Russwurm who 1'I some-and
at th'e White House and President Johnny published the first Negro newspaper in t h e of life
son discussed Selma's tragedy with him. This United States in 1827 Freedom's Journal. "I"n

was followed by a court order allowing the The Miami Times is pleased be a memberof at But-
March to take place. The final result was a this organization and while recognizing Ne- and Indi-

change of tactics. gro Newspaper Week, again expresses ap- He active has
Sympathy for the family of Rev. Reeb came preciation to Miamians of both races and sup- an of
from afar and many religious dignitaries were porters in and out of Dade County who have in
in the funeral cortege led, by Dr. Martin enabled us to publish the Times undisturbed La. Mr.

Luther King ,flanked by His Emience Iakovos for a period of 41 years six months. work and"Y'
archbishop of the Greek Orthodox Church and for 27
Dr. Dana McLean Gieely, president of the NOT QUITE SO BAD 1

Unitarian Universal Association of America; Former Judge L. E. Thomas who has lived Clyde Killers,
Rev. Ralph Abernathy, Rev. Andrew Young in Miami for many years and is well acquainted ow.., ol Hit I( You
and Walter Reuther, president of the United with the Negro area, takes issue with reporters hal OBnovictd that
Auto Workers. of the Miami News whose article des- I.al "NJgfci in kind-

Memorial marches and services were heldin cribes the Negro area as "the pit." He says txtravaganza will of when en-

many t! s.In1dlaml' they should not have printed a one-sided Swdoy night, April 2 telephone
an estimated 2,000 sympathizers picture. popular ightcUb. the many

marched from Mt. Zion Church, N.W. Third You should read Judge Thomas' letter in #". I cards deeds of

Avenue to West Flagler Street and up to Tuesday's (March 16) issue of the Miami OUIOLKS time of ill
Bethel AME Church, N.W. Eighth Street News. March 19 Dod e warm
where memorial service held. March 20 \ .... I
a was We believe he has dealt with the matter in March ZI Dod things
Speakers were Df;W.: Jones, president of.the. a ,fair minded manner and perhaps given Information March 20 W.
local branch.tf:: .the. ,;.'. :::-Edward T., unknown to the news reporter. thanks.
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Richmond Poinsettia MeetsThe Fashion TeaThe
Recognition Day IJ
Garden Poinsettia Bridge Christian Women's
Height Club met at the home of Millinery Club is sponsor- At Kendall
Poinsettia Saunders, 2500 ing a fashion tea in behalf I
ClubThe NW 160th St., Feb. 13 at of the Home Mission On Sunday, March 21 I
5 p.m. Society at New Mt. Mo- at 3.45: pm. RecognitionDay
regular meeting of riah Baptist Church this will be observed at
Wednesday, March 17 was St. Patrick' the Richmond Hieghts The meeting was cen- Sunday from 3:30 p.m. to the Dade _Qo.urtto...Child
Day, and people of all nationalities joined in Garden Club was held at tered around St. Valen- 6 p.m. at the YWCA, 5100 ren's Home in Kendall.
tine. Poinsettia Sanders ,
the home of Mrs. Herbert The guestjspeakec the
NW 51st St. at 21st Ave.
the festivities for mapy whose parents did not Ammons on. Saturday, had as her guest, Mrs. occasion will be Willie
come from Ireland took part in the wearing d'f. Feb.. 27 at 4 pjn. Alexander Brooks. Professional hand made, Edward;*He will be pre-
the grden.t >'*, After t h'>e business Mrs. Brooks was the hats featured by memo, 'sent d'., by C one-' 'of,' the
begs of this fine club. children.,. One of the girls
meeting, a surprise lucky Valentine of t h e
You have one day remaining to secure day shower was held for evening. She won first They will be showing will serve, as' mistress oCcere'many.
it)65) auto tags. Statistics say some 170,000 member Wylamerle Marshall prize in her beautiful their own original crea- .
tions in the latest styles
Dade County residents are still without tags. proud mother of a costume of red and white colors and materials. The The Kendallltes will bgivins'
Come on, now even though I agree the colors baby boy, Eric. and second prize in the public is invited. There 'a:selection along \
unattractive since must At the refreshment table game of bridge. will be original designsand with.. th .glee, club. Mrs.
are very you comments of Oh! how: Mettle Brown is
Dinner was served. and copies by, Mrs ,Mary .director,
join the long, long lines and, try to beat the beautiful, oh, how lovely chit-chat chatter began. Holmes of Muskegan, of the glee club.
midnight Saturday deadline. were uttered from the The meeting ended at 8 Mich and other membersof Several of the childrenwill
members upon viewingthe pm. with all members the club. There will be be appearing on the
Evelyn Hood, national officer of Sigma centerpiece of turnip wishing each other a hap- door prizes also. Come program in other capaci-
Gamma Rho sorority with representatives of roses (yellow, pink and py Valentine Day. early, you may be the ties Supervisor Alfonso
the Fort ,Pierce and West Palm Beach chapf. red) fringed with lacy The March meeting was winner of one of these Williams will conduct
ter were in our city to help local Sigmas culminate fern. Colorful and delicious held at Poinsettia Webb. exclusive hand made Recognition.Jack's .
horsd'oeuvres, cake, Quite a large number at- spring hats.
their celebration week.
Sigma coffee, if* and punch tended. Poinsettia Webb
Eunice Liberty is basileus. were served. had as her guest Mrs.
Northwestern High School U proud of win- Upon returning to her Mamie Gill. Prizes of the
seat with refreshmentsMrs. evening were won by MEN'S WEARSEE I
ning "best all around newspaper" award and Marshall found a Ponsettia Grant, Dobbs
best feature award for the yearbook at the gaily wrapped box filled and Outter. "MR. JACK"
State Press Workshop held in Tallahassee at with decorative pockage Poinsettia Webb serveda FOR
Florida A and H University. toppel with a smiling delicious dinner and STYLES (OR ALL AGES
teddy bear. Her look of everyone left expressinga .'. ...
Andre Cross' Th. V.ry Latest to Me. .tIa. \
Three-year-old parents complete surprise was a delightful evening.
entertained his friends at Crandon Park and delight to all. An appro- Meeting for April will SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS "
the zoo in honor of his birthday. priate game was played be at Poinsettia Willliams.The ITALIAN SHOE
and the prize a po 11 ed .., 944 NW 2nd Are. Miami. Florida
.t. "<"' i"' V : \1
Elizabeth Espy Curti has returned to t b e plant, went to Mrs. Her- '* '" AC.'I' "
n,I i', ', ... .. '
bert Green club .
secretary.The '
Miss. where attendedher
city from Jackson, she l'Utx' .,
next meeting, the td"'t."l :
mother's funeral. ,? 'f-tf < ji
< ; "i< >>io(;< i/l'-
fourth Sunday in March,
Sincere sympathy is exendled to the Carr- will be held at the homeof hostess is gratefulto
Taylor family, Luella Thompson and family, Mrs. Clyde Young. It Mrs. Marie McCall a I
will be in the, form of an student caterer for mak-
Elizabeth Curtis and Marjorie Rhodes and
outing at Vlzcaya. Members ing the centerpiece and
family. will Invite !guests horsd'oeuvres.Mrs. .
and prepare lunch. All Alma Crawford Is
The Diversified Cooperative Training Pro-
members are urged to be president and Mrs. Edna
gram held its 27th annual banquet at Bay- there at 10 a.m. Ammons, reporter. f
front Park Auditorium last Thursday ev'ening.
DCT students had as their guests, their teach- I II I
sponsors and employees in appreciation for j s ML IftIt ALICE FAYE ANN DOROTHY WILLIE MAE J
this year's training and supervision on the rth

job. Marco Loffredo was guest speaker. dll1ci < W andad and of Beauty

Arthur Evans and Johnnie Patten recently .
attended a National Music Conference in Ken1 1 and l/Vta SaLon

tucky.We welcome members of Florida State I II LET U. MAKE You WI.. LOOK NATUHAC

Teachers Association to our Magic City for AIL PHABCB OONOITION or BCAUTY CULTUHKAid I

their Diamond Jubilee Anniversary. Gilbert L.
Porter is executive secretary. Noah W. -Griffin, PHONE FR 9-0231 1190 N.W. 3RD AVENUE
San Francisco, Cal., will be conventnon keyI I r J

note speaker. ,

Youth Ambassadors For Christ was the MMNMtt W OMM ATMMt ft HMtM MM .... .".. '< {';,. \ ,
theme of Mt. Sinai's Youth Day Sunday. Pat-
for the occasion. .'WnM' ',fNgIt4kM91M', |'E *r a l +i lNtiiirewll, / iI
rick Range was speaker I
Youth Day activities were directed by Mes- S I PORT NT]i]

dames Emma Engram, Dorothy Peoples andC. MAR. $18, 19,20,21 r .1

Simmons.So 4 BIG DAYS

sorry that, Rev.. N. F. Clark, Ellen Jane FRI.-SAT.-SUN.-MON.. I It
Kelly Ernestine Holland and Cynthia Bethelare THIS WEEKEND .

,feeling,a,,little under the weather hope 'FWBAY: -"SATURDAY SUNDAY' i
.... f
you 'wll1 all be well-son. \ ' t
< 'f'i. .. WARDH 19-28-21!, ,. .. \<
hostess the Cwest Clubon "' ''. 1' 1'f. >t' hi
Eddie Daniels was to '; '#' > ''' .f'' ''' < f' t'4 l
Tuesday evening. .0 '

Happy Birthday to Naomi Springer, Bran-
ville Roberts, Jessie Jones, Cassandra Law- V BenefitttlwwuORaTHR Show f

rence, Cecil Bora, Vivian Brown, Frances Mc- 7 SY'y.N.
Neil, Irene Hargrove, Herman S. Blackshear, 4
Francena Thomas, Mary Hence, Dorothy Bald- $

win Mrs., Mable Lillian Glover Rawls and and Rosa daughter Lee Brady., Theresa < i\i.\ .v..;Mirth Lithir Khf's::.,

New York City visiting Mazie 2 Shows 11:30&1 a.m. t: ,Christian Conference
Adderly of are ; Southern. Leadership Edge and other relatives. FRIDAY & SUNDAY ADMISSION t
The Ladies AFA Railway Employees Local $2.00 : lJ !rd. Mircfors' ,

No. 3 had as their honored guest Feb. 24 In- Saturday $2.25 Tables Free i" oJ ,,'

ternational president, Mrs. Florence Beasley of < /end the family of the I late
Atlanta. ,
; ,
Benny O'Berry was visited by members of R S TC,S,P.MS3tO Rjnr. .J Mi$ J. Utah '\ I
Florida Charity and Educational Organization N'.w $1 rYO : !." 0 v ... .. ';; '*',

Saturday. Benny is a member and he was in (( tinttatzslalri I during. the.'Setmadernonstrations. )
Christian Hospital. Call 443-5611 for Reservations .'(' ',
Attending the Florida Bankers Association Free Parking in Rear '7' ,':SPONSORED.. ; ,BY ThE '" .
Annual Convenion this weekend at the Ameri- ...u. .' .' '" <"':: '
cana Hotel are Dr. John O. Brown, Bishop W. IIIUHIIIUtIIItH
Ball and Garth C. Reeves of Lincoln Bank.
The Imperial Club will sponsor a St. Patrick NAACPc :
Tea Sunday four o'clock at the Carver YMCA. :

Mrs. Irfctoe Harrison, Robert Polk and Mrs.

Bernice Wheeler, all members of Mt. Zion Bap- .' .
tist Church of Orlando, Rev. N. G. Staggers, '
visit to Miss Marie
pastor, paid a
White who was recently released from Jackson f SIR JOHN HOTEL :

Hospital. 'I.
Newly-wed Mr. and! Mrs. Spencer Jones are DONATION ONLY $1.." ;, :

spending their honeymoon in Chicago with as is Mlisal LrM

Mr. Jones' mother. I Wt JOHN HOTEL

Get Well Wishes to Richard Clemente who ) '
underwent surgery at Mercy Hospital. I tmf;, t, ranfiDuboise r ; Chicken Scrafchers. KNIGHT BEAT ..

"May the roads .rise with you and the wind
back and the Lord hold I EVERY, MONDAY !
always at your ; may I
you i in the hollow of His hand." An old i,I AMATEUR NIGHT LADIES NIGHT 276 NW m St FR 1 S

Gaelic Blessing.

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The all-Negro Dade phasing out made the CTA -t t'W assets of the Im-.
County Teachers Association the first integrated Association The committee Master- t
voted lnVl964: to dissolve of classroom representatives quiet beau-
,its holdings and present teachers in Florida. membdr school Tower.
the proceeds to the Legal The action was adoptedat tatives of the ) -
Defense Fund integrated the Annual FellowshipDay cluding 1st bus from
Classroom Teachers Associa- of CTA-DCTA last June. Mrs. Annette Palm
tion. The gift included land Plans leading to its adoptionwere surer T.S. Lake Okee-
valued at $7.500 and Credit laid over three years Auditor John h the a a r'U
Union Savings of 152603. ago by Angelo Palo, Alah Having area to .M
These have been turned over Stratton, and Pat Tornillo, veral to en- k
to CT A. former presidents of CTA, position of the melodies' of
working in cooperation with committee and Then on to
The DCTA was dissolved DCTA Boards.A Fryar polled the to
during the presidency 'of committee was appointed bership of the greatest I
Emanuel R. Fryar, Jr., who after the dissolutionwith overwhelming Last Sup-
is presently a member of the Mrs. Marian Shannon to name as reproduced ,
CTA's Executive Board. The as chairman, to dispose of CTA Legal Aid ,: :',
good 'Iv' ,1'..,, It,

I Beauticians for 26th Stat reserved Passion The twenty-first1:anniversary dance of Greater Miami
dramatic Temple was a huge success.
last se- Dt. Sarah Smalley, chairman of the affair, along with
The 26th Annual Conven- winner of the Oratorical Con- lanai Beauty the life of .
tion of the Orange Blossom test. The subject'this year is Julius of Miami at Ho- the daughters, worked untiringly.The
the crowning of Mrs.
highlight of the evening was
Cosmetologist Association, "Today's Challenge Spells man
Inc. 123 will be held in Tomorrow's Success." There is a Greater Miami Temple, which was won by Dt. Evelyn Carter,
the Duval County, Armory at Mrs. Wilma Dorrell of Jacksonville membership dri Wednesday) who reported U 13.00; Dt. Loretta Young $242.00 and Dt.
State and Church Streets. is the chairman. Orlando sightseeing Edna Davis 9450. ,
Registration, Saturday, Miss O.B.C. contest will Ifs is leading to Cyp- Many thanks to Bills and Daughters of the local Temples ,
May 15 at 815 W. Church St., be one of great beauty this bers. Plans for for a beau-stroll for their splendid cooperation; also our many friends, with-
Sunday a.m. at the Armory.Mrs. year.Many members are pom- March'Colorama exhibit- out whom, this affair wouldn't have been possible.
Cathlean B. Ross of peting for the coveted crown. Fashion show daring by Crowning the queen is Dt. Loretta Young, second tunnerup. -
2705 N. Howard Ave.,Tampa, The very versatile and talented pleted. A baby finest The queen, Dt. ,Evelyn Carter. Dt. Edna Davis,
is state president. R. Louise Bassey of Kiddie Fashion
In the
wasn't when the picture was made.
Highlights of the session Orlando is the chairman of be held on to third runner-up present
will be the Educational de- the State Artist Bureau. Mrs. Josie ,
partment. Scholarships are Cosmetologist are plan Organizer and
awarded each year to the ning to attend the Educat-! Unit #8. $25.40
In Miami: reser-
iiHiitniniminrmiiumiiiiRiiiiiBiiniiiuiHuiiiinniiitniiiiuii' niannhluuiiniliH I Unit #7 members

bus to visit : day only, F
Cosmeticians to April 1,
IlI ., terest in the .reporter.'r'
> I IC Beauty Week.Cosmetologist. be "\

,ij.LI'ip.H'5' : I IIi Ii Week youth celebrated in home

treatments. Cantata,"

II I heart Pitts The Sunday.was City area to the Calvary"in com-two Johnson of Miami.

their project for 60 voices i
#7 will and

rlal.i anniversary Mrs. Alaine, the Wesleyan direc- 1186 N.W. 38th St.l

S President Carey and (Corner 12th Ave. & 38th St.)

More than 150 travel agents from all ,parts of Florida Palm Beach is ,L'i'
attended a recent seminar at the Everglades Hotel, spon- Louise Bassey is based 'on
sored by the South American Travel Organization to "Pro- hospitalized due on earth Phone !
accident It
Discover in South America." mobile with
mote New Worlds to
Shown above are Joan Bullard, North's Travel, Miami; Laura Robinson, The You gtt 15% off for all picture! token until Easter. II 4

Paul Frisby, Grace Line, Port Everglades, and Iris West- Cosmetologists be featured
berg, Landsa Travel, Clermont, Fla. Clearwater sick list. It ] Crucifix, of the

send cards. perfor- StII$ "oUerirtgthe5veryPbesl' In..photograph7e I IJ
The on Monday,
6 pIAYINGTNR 'Cosmetologists Church, s PARTIES IEIIIIIS" '......
NOW Ave.. The
ARCH The NW 5th Ct.

ClubThe PreeParkin0

den and Civic
March 6, Aid Socie-
N beautiful home Luthe-
Mrs. Percy hold a ..
in the
w fect hostess Mt.165th Cal-St. I ANNOUNCING T"c NEW LOCATION OF THE
y She went out Beach on "';---->-w'- .mnaemwaa.aa+ '-'"wrowwofr aN- >'II, ,
; to make it 27th. : >" ; ?::1.}; f: "
the members.In < EARL CARROLL, .'h, ., f+.: < (
,' plans the were : 9:30 9:30 open: p.m. 'INSURANCE AGENCY of RAP*

t ? the : on: Saur-a. m. ....-.>+M.-- ,, __, '. __ ___ _._._ ___ ._ _......'.
Wake, M. 4602 NW 7th Avenut
fEET TJR kett and A. select-
day March 26, : men's and
i j.m. at the H a and 7594603s
House. ar-
,1lflllp' ,,? After the
.THI WHITE HUNTER '\ licious repast
Next meeting
r NCHl.a IUmkaelJ1 Y ( PAllSlmcJ.FElICIfll.JO: )s n y."liDWfl B/lCpl,taw rArAIi at Mrs. M.
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Phil Ossofer
That recent downpour
A we" had reminded me
that rain has to keep up
4 ,1
} In order to. come down.
if v.t N C. "t! '
I hear there's a new .'t
restaurant In town cater- rNre
to people with false tt'
ng na lunaq + r' ;
___ teeth. The patrons fur .' N
nish their own plates. d
A friend of mine v
I catches a bus every day.
His bait is two dimes.
That's fare enough, \
wouldn't you say? (With :
Jokes. like this, my keeper y th 1 1.p
will give me a' transfer.) j :; 1CM f .
w 4 v IdR"
:. I wanted to take a bus
1r ; _ butt
home the other day ,
didn't have any place to "'
keep It. ).
r- The Southeast Florida
1 t'..",, ...._ -- --.. ,-- -' Dairy Council's advertis-
i NAACP Executive Director Roy Wilkins calmly and patiently explained the Asaoclst- ing campaign reminds me
., ion'a position on the current New York City boycott, called end led by the Rev. Milton A. of the little boy In school
Galamison, to some 35 teenagers who stated a four-hour sit-in demonstration in the civil who said. There are two
rights leader's office Tuesday, Feb. 23. The teenagers, part of a group known as the Harlem important parts of a cow. ,
Youth Committee,were demanding NAACP support of their school boycott.Standing to the left You get meat from one"
the udder.
and milk from
of Mr. Wilkins is Oloster B. Current NAACP director of branches and field administration. .
Other NAACP staff members, standing in the doorway include Edward B.Muse Life Member tell It takes
ship assistant (left), and Maurice P. White, public relations assistant. (Layne Photo). pull They to milk a cow. and S_ :

not every Jerk can do It. _
SOCIAL SECURITYThe It's dan ro"s. too. You
MOTORS TRANSMISSIONS social security account might kick the bucket.
number shown on 4 ,
OVERHAULED OVERHAULED the card you obtained Two factions VPPO rlvJl' "" r
from the social security rights from moving fast
O office Is'the one that er. the extremists the Fletcher Tiggs of 1377 N.W. 40th Street, smiles happilyover
I 49 29tins you will keep throughoutyour violent on one side and the word that the 11-ounce 11-inch bass with a Schlitz
working lifetime. To the timid status quo tag in its mouth was worth double the $25 award because it
La its this account will be cred- seekers on the other. Tn was an Old Milwaukee Bonus Fish.The check that Mr. Tiggsia
ited your earnings regardless other words we are holding is the Schlitz $500,000 Florida Fishing Derby
Ne AH We* Ue... Tile eBf CeeieeteeJ
of where sfvmled bv two extremes
youwork check for $50 for this prize fish. Mr. Tiggs caught this prize
FREE 751-9759 FREE T1NGLARRY'S or live. hot heads and cold feet. fish out near Mac's Fishing Camp at Flood Control No. 9 on

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the Hampton House & Villa last Saturday afteroon. Ice -
cream, cake, candy and gifts were given to all of his fans ii WEDNESDAY NITS -AMATEUR KITE
from the younger set.

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at the Miami Seaquarium to visit live seals and to : :':;CENOEAVS1ITE: I : IN. \ .
bestow them with the title of "Honorary Easter Seal." She ltitt ')' '
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10 THE MIAMI TIMES_ Friday, March...__u 19_._,_ 1965. .

Jake 'pur "problernsto/Cburcb:

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T Temple Baptist MT. CARMEL .
Rev. D. A. Bradley pastorSis.

Rev L. A. Thompson- .,. 'k"a R L. McGrlff, clerk
pastor .
., W K. Smith delivering
The male chorus which
afternoon t h ePastor's
will sing at the morningand Aid Club had its

evening services this with the Rev
Sunday, Will sponsor a
I 1 NEW MACEDONIA musical program at 3:30: : W. message. A wonderful Men of Mt.Olivette .

p.m. The public Is invite- found at the
56th Street message
3165 NW ed.
J St. Mat- Raise
1 Rev. Roscoe Jackson Brothers Rufus Cleare 27th chapter
C s thew and the 22nd verse.
\ and Grenvllle Moss
pastor are
Wille J. Beard reporter confned to the Jackson The club thanks the vis- Over $3,000The
t iting pastors, clubs mem-
\, Services on last Sunday Memorial Hospital. We bers, the president and gallant men of Mt.
usual. The pray for their speedy recovery -
were as pas- t members extend many Olivette Baptist Church
tor was in charge. The thanks. under the capable leader-

pastor's text was taken The Junior Ushers are The evening messagewas ship of .Bro. Cleveland
I from St. John 5:6-9: "Get and !C % tar
sponsoring a "King delivered by the pas- Sampson, Bro. John Tucker -
up, Pick up, And Take Queen" contest. Give tor found at the 2nd of and Bro. Bruce Williams

/The marriage of Miss them a helping hand.Woman's --_..__.... Joshua and the 8th verse raised $3,050. The

Sharon Williams to Solomon St. Paul AME Church, many friends and give The male chorus sang day was a great financially one both

I Flowers was held at Day at corner 19th Ave. and 51st special thanks to our director out of their souls. spiritually and of-
Dr. A Leon Lowry
I 2 p.m. on last Sunday. Terrace was officially and visiting minis- anal ,
The bride attractively TabernacleWoman's ters for dedication Don't forget our Reulah Baptist Church of
i was dedicated on Sunday. making our -
fourth Sun-
attired in a white, long The combined choir service a grand versary the Tampa, was guest speaker -
lace gown. The maid of Day will be beautiful anthem, success. Our beloved day. We are inviting you for morning and even-
honor was attired in a observed on Sunday. We sang Bishop Hatcher gave an to come and be with us. ing services..
"Let Mt. Zion Rejoice, Visitors are always wel- ....-----..
simple long sheath. The are looking' forward to followed by solos from inspiring message centered the sick : 'j

\ groom and best man wore very inspiring services Miss Cherry Ann Mills around "Solomon" come. Remember ., ',1i
and shut-ins and the
tuxedoes. The and evening.Our which than
dark reception and James Paul. was more ':,
I followed at the home very fitting for the occa- less fortunate ones.

of the bride's mother. morning speakerwill We wish to thank our sion. r, I
be Mrs. W. H. Edwards -
Sunday afternoon at 3 wife of Rev. W H,

.J t the Young Women Auxiliary Edwards, moderator. Metroplitan A. M. E. ZION HILL BAPTIST 5871 NW 24th Ave. II
will celebrate their
Rev. E. A Culmer, pastorR.
second anniversary. Rev. 1 2445 NW 48th Street I
Rev. J. J. Williams pas. Richardson, reporter I
Oscar W. West will be the Rev James Pickett, pastor P"N
I On last Sunday Metro- Last Sunday services
guest speaker. you politan members enjoyeda Services were spiritually D
were soul stirring Our
miss this of
great man
uplifting throughoutthe
glorious service. Choir Junior choir' from
God treat., you will truly missa No. 3 furnished the music day with the pastor the depth of their souls. V --i

and really invited the delivering the messages.
We will be looking for Our assistant! pastor, Rev.
spirit in with their sing- Demeritte's text was tak-
you!! Mrs E. Tiller and her
ing. co-workers will sell din- en from Roman 8th chapter .-

Brownsville Baptist The pastor's sermon ners Saturday at 6920 NW Rev. E. E. Newboldand e

was taken from the 34th 6th court, phone 754-9290. his congregation from

Rev. P. H. Cooper, pastor "<,f .: Psalm, 3rd verse. The Mrs.. Flossie Scott is ill Ebenezer W M. Church in --., .".... ...""_.e... ( r WI "'T
Services were goodon In Delray will be our guests
very pastor elaborated on the Baptist Hospital Let
Sunday. We were grac- r 41: followng reasons "Why I us remember to visit the Sunday for our Men'sDay

ed with the presence of Ought to go to Church:" sick and shut-ins. program They will Sampson wishes to
our Sunday School Sup be in charge of all the ser- thank all who contributed

erintendent, Sister Alveta To worship God, to be Visitors are always wel- vices all day In to help to
any way
Fields who Is temporarily jJN. Instructed, to be comforted come.
make this Fifteenth
Our Mrs. Lillian our
organist, -
living in Chicago. to receive new Impulse -
> ,. and to maintainthe Knowles is sick In Annual Men's Day the
Everyone's attentionis the Christian Hospital. success that it was. May
turned toward our Wo- .MlUS. Al. l' nKIN8 McGhaney We are praying for her a God bless all of youSALTER'S

man's Day the third Sunday Through God's gracewe speedy recovery.
Evening speaker will be
In May. The publicIs SpeaksIt
Mrs. were blessed with CHAPELRev.
invited to worship Marjorie Perkins. three who Joined The public is" invited to I t
with us.Tran.fieuration. Mrs. Perkins is a member the persons church: Mrs. Jona is now about 3:44: worship with us. Let'sNEW H. J. Benson, pastor
of the Greater Bethel Herman a.m. and I have Just fin- F. Marshall, reporter
Brown and son
Church Baptist Church of Opa- and Miss Gwendolyn ished the lesson for the HOPE BAPTIST The Rev. Sister Williams -

locka, co-chairman of the We day on "Keep a T rue from Kentucky
Cunningham. are
(Episcopal) Woman's Missionary and (Igrateful to God for bless- Lent." It makes us feel Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor brought the message Sun-

Educational Conventonand sing us.Miss. very close to the living A. L. Stephens, reporter day. We had the pleasure
Fr" Ellsha S. Clark Jr. District President of Christ, when we read Sunday afternoon at 3 of having many happy

Vicar, the Young Woman's Aux- Cunningham will about his life, and teach- the No. 1 Usher Board, visitors. Among them

The Episcopal Churchwomen iliary of the Seaboard be baptized next Sunday ings. It inspires us to try along with its many visiting was the Rt. Rev. Bishop

are sponsoring Baptist Association.Rev. along with other candidates to do something to makeGod's friends enjoyed a W. F Ball to witness the

their Second Annual Passion E. Milton is Kingdom real hereon wonderful program climaxed message for the morning.We .
Sunday Musical on pas- earth. AsI the word with a soul filling were happy to have
Sunday April 4th 1965 tor and Mrs. Mary Mc- Choir No. 2 celebratedits use '
Donnell chairman. real, it reminds me of a message by" Rev. C. J, Bishop Ball with ,us.
5th last '
4:30 Guest '
at : p.m. speaker anniversary farewell Burney, pastor of N e'w I
; Mrs. Oscar Range, Sunday afternoon. The get together on Providence Missionary,. At 8 p.m., found Salters
owner of the Range Fun- ZION HOPE BAPTIST program was well attended Sunday, March 7 at the Baptist Church. Chapel along with the'
home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
eral Home. This year's Rev. P. Freeman, pcutcrE. and the youth pre- '' pastor at >Mt.. Zion in: Opa-
theme; "A Calendar Of Jackson, reporter sented a tremendous program Kent. 2471 'NW 67th Plans for'our", Men'sDay locka, the R .v.,Fayson Is
St. It was the first time I'' is now in ; '
Penance" The public Is There will be a Several guest progress the. pastor We had a
cordially Invited. Mrs. pro- choirs also appeared on was rat my kind of We are looking forwardto wonderful service; Rev.A. .
James K. Smith gram Tuesday night in an affair where there wereso the 4th Sunday ip April
C. president behalf of No. 1 choir. We program. Gallon brought the
many people, and no and the chairman Deacon: which sub-
are asking everyone to Sunday afternoon the disorder of any kind: in Sam Davis and co- message
please come out and help Pastor's Aid Club will ject was The Beginningof
speaking or action. It was chairman,' Deacon L. C.
FRIENDSHIP M. B. put the program over. celebrate its anniversary.Sister wonderful and there I Deal Is asking the coop

Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor Bro. 0. J. Johnson is Rosa Allen will found some people who eration of the entire Mrs. Christine Allen Is

Ruby Lee Carr, reporterOur asking all the young sponsor this program. love people. I wish I could membership along with feeling much better but

services were so people to come to BTUon Please come out and support call the names of al who all of the captains. she Is still In the hospital.Let .
this endeavor.The ,
enjoyable all day Sunday Sunday at 5:30: p.m. were there. Sis. Rossie Craine Is us keep looking up

with our pastor delivering baby contest, spon- sponsoring a Musical to, a God who loves u*,
both morning and evening The pastor is asking all sored by Metropolitanwas The Miami Times is not Contest featuring the who blesses us and who

sermons the members to meet at very successful. only a part of my being voices of Bro. Marvin saves us.

the church Friday even- Little David Gardner was there but the real cause Ludloy an Sis. Nancy

} Early morning Baptism Ing at 7:30: and go with the winner. Other parti- of them knowing me. It Is Franklin of Ft. Pierce, Baha'i AssemblyThe

1 will be at Virginia Beach him to Rev. Tanner's cipants in the contest quite a story. I will try March 28 at New Hope at

Sunday at 7:30: am. Church in Coconut Grove were as follows. Jeffrey telling you all about it in 7 p.m. Baha'i Assembly of

March 19. Thank you. White, Vernell Lemons, parts very soon. Miami will celebrate Naw
Sunday at 3 p.m. we Our No. 1 usher board
will have Deacons' Day Rockier Russell, Stephanie Thought for the week: will be serving dinners Ruz (New Year) with a

With Rev King of Rock of DAY SPRING Thompson and Yvette Let your light so shine Saturday, March 20 at the covered-dish supper to be
2991 NW 62nd Street Jones. Many thanks to before held at the home of Mrs.
Ages/ in charge. Come men that they may home of Sis. A. L. Stephens -
worship with us. We are Rev Wm. Slater, pastor the parents of these see your good works, and 1322 NW 65th Terr- Florence Sarmento, 250

so elated over having so Our first annual Men's chlllren. glorify your i ther which phone 751-5537. Donation NW 49th Ave.. 6 p.m. Sun-

4 many of the sick being Day will be observed Sun- If you are without a Is in Hp.nven. $1.00. Let us continue in day, March 21

able to return to service. day, March 21. The church home why not prayer for our sick and Mr. Val
1} We are still praying for speaker will Ue the dis- Join Metropolitan? And if you don't go to shutIns.Mt. singer Sage from, professional San-
tinguished Rev. Roscoe church on Sundays
them a complete recovery.We prayat
Jackson, pastor of the home. will speak on
are very happy to New Macedonia Baptist ST. MARY'S M. B. Until another week, Calvary M. B. "New Hope for the

have our many visitors Church. The Male Chorus may God bless you all. Rev. 84 Atchison, pastorC. World.
Rev. C. W. Wade
each Sunday. Come to will render the musical pastor
Ollie M. Howell reporterThe reporterOn The Baha'i New Year
church have faith
your background. services behalf of the Mt. comes on the first day of
lifted were very, Grace
At 3 p.m the Rev. Griffin very soul stirring thru- Presbyterian Calvary Junior Church, Spring, symbolizing the

most able and effi- out the day. The Junior 6805 NW 14th Ave. we would like to take this spiritual renewal of the

v. cient pastor of Shiloh Church was in charge Rev W. F. Savoy, pastor opportunity to thank earth. It also marks the

ATTENTION Baplts Church will deliver with our pastor delivering Our text for this Sun- everyone who appeared on end of a nineteen-day

t, the message. both sermons.At day's sermon: "I Have our many: programs. We fast from sunrise to sun-
CHURCH.::1 REPORTERS!] Been Crucified With i were spiritually and financially set.
Standing on the wallsof 3.00; Bro. George Christ blessed:
Yet I Live
; and
The is cordially
Zion public
at 7 o'clock ser- Sprullng was officially ordained -
vice will be the noted Rev. as Deacon. Rev. F. yet Christ no liveth longer in I, "but_ Little Miss Sandra Atchison invited to attend

G. W. Phillips of New W. World, preached the Galatians 2:20. me. retained her crownas
It' must be Hope Baptist Church of ordination queen, while George
All church news ; sermon. At 7:30: p. m. the Zone Non-Sink Office Tre.treatRUPTURE
Fort Lauderdale. O'Neal lost his
crown to
In our office 'no later than ; You have an extended Teams will present a devotional Anthony Greene. Con- PILESRectal
You will miss a treat 1 if, Invitation discussion pro-
Mondays for publication | to worship withus gratulations
7 are extendedto '
p.m. you miss hearing either gram on a Lenten theme. DUeaM, Varicose Veto*,
Issue. at anytime.Let Condolences the queen and king May Prostate J No lost time -
Frldoy' to
In of these Mrs
fl dynamic speakers. Correct'Riptare !**
the Lord continue to bless! DUsrd.Tr M Vpoa
So 'us continue Eva Munnlngs, at the loss
bring your shoutIng pray each ./ -"low eoet.
of 1
-ed. shoes and friends for ,and visit our sick and of her daughter, hits to mak you for helping DR.'LONG'S CLINIC
our youth day.a'Alucces
5 Sunday, March 21. shut-ins. Lenora Taylor. .141'8w lit 91 FB't' .-ZT45

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 19, 1965 11
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u jPeoPle. --- ri 1 AiiD MOUHD TOi, MHAJtUS/ 1i.:!.vflW""F'. : ; '':: I

An explosion early on dpvefopment for 1965. The

the morning of Feb. 27 hill was given a good "go ..\.\.. .. .. ..........."',.... /..
broke a main pipeline at ing over" bv some of the r ..>'.. '. i.:..:.:..,:..::::*.. 1:' : :
J I :
1 Things. Freeport,. Grand Bahamaand members of the Progress ...... \. a .1JJ ...IP............:..::..
cut the Liberal
flow of oil to Party. \ "

t U D i 11. D 11 U the freighter Capistrano. :; II ;; Ij l i ji rtt fiMf4 tg
La.-eDre.n. j \
By : Cooper About 12,000 gallons of The lion. Sir Roland ,';.:l.,:.:....::::.:: :::::::::: ::: W I J1 )
Maybe not to the satisfaction bunkering oil was lost. Svmonette, Premier of.. .
GATHER from news of all concerned- The line was repaired the the Bahamas unveiled a By ALIIKHT U. (OOKB '.
orts that the two but to the point where next day.Funeral. memorial to the late
zest events which hold she may on President John F. Ken- WE SHALL OVERCOME A series of 4,articles about
go boastlnc
y attention of Britons "Freedom For AIL" services for the nedy at a rfrlef ceremonyon the Negro to be run until April 10th.
London are ending of29year late Raphaleta Gomez Feb.; 14. A simple
snub by the IP YOU don't watch Taylor were held at St. granite stone on a con- ". ..My mother's children were angry at me; they mademe
al Family of the out man-made machines, Agnes Church, Blue Hill crete base, the memorial the keeper of their vineyard, but my own,vineyard I have
ike and ,Duchess of like the robot and com- Road, on Feb. 28. Canon is near the sPQt at the not kept ."
fndsor and the racial puters gonna take over. Milton Cooper officiating, junction of West Bay St. These words of Solomon gave insight,to as many of- the
[sis In Selma. Ala. And man will be slaves assisted by the Rev. and make Road where of the Negro's shortcomings and lack of esprit de corp (the
to his creative genius. Drexwell Gomez, a grandson President Kennedy planted cement that binds men together for high purposes) can be
Monarchs of England of the deceased. Mr*. a fig tree on Dec. 11, explained.It .
|ve been known as the Take this dad-burn radar Taylor is survived by lf>02, to commemorate his Is very' simple when he should have been learning

uters of snubbery. operated traffic light three daughters, Mrs. Es- visit to Nassau to shm from books, the Negro was working. "They" made him a
hey treat rulers of that runs by computer ther Francis, Mrs. Olive the Nassau Agreementwith .ulave. This meant that he had to do all kinds of work.
her countries even theirn which operates 13 traffic Francis and Mrs. Viola Prime Minister Harold There was always something to keep him busy. There
"blue blood" relates lights down town near Heastle and one son, Macmlllan.
was cotton to pick, the hopse to clean, the bossman child
this contempt. Reuben
with MacArthur Gomez.
Causeway and
ren to look after or the mule to feed.
the Boulevard. The woodman did not
'Liz has While Negroes slaving, "them" other boys
But Queen done were were
Viola Johnson has the almond
f tremendous job in soft- Radar censors measure spare 80-year-old busy learning something. They had books to read. They had
been missing since Feb. 0 tree at the
ling this age old custom.e traffic on the Boulevardand cornerof the good life. Why those lucky old sons had nothing to do
each shortly after she left the Dowdeswell and Bay
has been traveling all side street. Thru home but tell colored folks what to do all day. Sixteen tons and
of Senator the Hon. Streets across from Mal-
telephone lines the
[er her domain and that sors talk to sen- Harold Saunders where colm Park on Feb. 24. what did we get another day old and mistreated. It is anY
other royal possessions a computerin wonder that there is a slight difference between the blacks
the Justice she worked as a maid. Rotten in the center, the
tending her hand oflendship. Building.The Police are still Investigating tree was hewn down by and whites today?
And now, items which computer talks runs to to a the radio A reward of $1.400 an electric saw to make Old black Joe has done a tremendous job in bridging
the rift betweene traffic light has Ueen offered by Sen. road mprovements in that the gap between the two races. He has come a long way.
throne of Englandd The traffic light If It'sIn Saunders for information area. The 60-year-old silk "Them" other folks had a big head start, but old black Joe
"Uncle Eddie" and modd about her disappearance. cotton tree is being given "done run Unclarlie down"-dam near anyway.I .
a good will
lunt Wallis" has been change to whatever the a lease on life, but remember when old "Uncle Tom" was up in the mom-
tched up after 29 years sensors some of the smaller trees ings before the chickens! He had to get out in the field.
|f snubbing the couple, This system of man over KIngslev Moxey was will fall In the line of pro- Him and all "them" colored people had to work like the
en by the Queen MothIt machines or vice versa found guilty of murder In gress. devil for no pay! "Them" other folks were busy getting

has been successful in the death of Ernest Dun- culture and getting an education. Old black Joe though, not

wasn't kosher for a unclogging the traffic rombe by a Supreme ERRATA! him, he didn't have time, he was too busy slaving.So .
ember of the royal fam- jam every evening on the Court fury on Feb. 25 In our last issue on it was till his dying day which came all too soon."Them" .
jy to attend a funeral or Boulevard and the cause- Duncombe died about page 4, paragraph 8 in colored people was not allowed to wait on death
Iny other kind of to-do- three months ago from story re Cleveland They had to be real good you know what, if they wanted to
kf a commoner, but Liz way.Tsk Tsk! Tsk! stab wounds inflicted by Reeves Public School die from hard work. Dying of natural causes wasn't for no
Moxey. The Jury deliberated Guidance Certlfl cat e colored folks.
ast all that foolishness
side and defied customo f DON'T DIG this: Two for 55 minutes. should read Public Joe had a son who Uncle Charlie called John. When

attend the funeral of kooks kill a man and his The House of Assembly School graduation certifi- John became a man, which was really never; anyway, he hada

ler "pal" Winston Church1. wife. They are caught Feb. 22, approved the cate.The son who "Uncle'Charlie" called Bill. You see, there were
It didn't take anything and jailed. The law coax- Bahamas Government Nassau News the so many "boys" running around the plantation, in order for
rom Her Highness to ed one to rat on the oth- Appropriation Bill for date of Queen Elizabeth'svisit them other white folk to know which one he meant, "Uncle
(how a bit of human In- er and for this bit of $11,564,000 to defray the should read, not Charlie" gave them names. Man, let me tell you, when the
erest in her fellowmen. "witnessing" he is given expenses' of the government March 18, but February boss man was around nothing but colored folks and he said,

immunity that Is, he proposed capital 18. "boy" everyone would jump up and say "yes sir". My great
Selma, Ala. has startledhe won't be tried and set great grandma use to jump too, even though she knew that
whole world. It has free. In the meantime Miss Tan Florida when he wanted her, he would call her by her first name.
reated more than just a while this accomplice in GOOD INVESTMENT Anyway colored people for the most part couldn't teach

ssing Interest to na- murder goes home to mom Contest their kids anything except how to work in the field or howto
tions. I wonder if the SaturdayThe
and dad and infiltrate
society 1330 N.W. 68th Terrace clean house. That is why our yards and houses are so
oncern in England is forh
again the other
poor community room dirty today. Man, we are tired of cleaning houses. We are
Pof e Black man or that fellow with the bag he Is of Roosevelt Savings and 9 roomsCompletely tired of cleaning yards. Those little black boy's father did
waiting and watching left holding must stand Loan Association was n't have time to teach them what it means to be a man, be-
[to see freedom how dominatingand trial for his part in the packed full of pulchri- Furnished cause they didn't know. If they did, what good would it do I
loving AmerIca crime plus he could
tude Monday night whenall
will handle her 2 Baths anyway.
prob- be punished for the
lem? Most aspiring contestantsfor OJd black Joe cculdn't teach his son anything professional
their countries have squealer's role in the the Miss Tan Florida Owner wants offer. He couldn't teach his son a trade because he had
problems racial "Naked City" type of title From this love- .
and otherwise but met. none himself. lie couldn't give his son hardly anything because
rest you murder. ly group, ten finalists will 159-3842 he had hardly anything to give. When he died heouldn't
Well I the law
guess be named to compete In
America and ; leave his son anything not even a funeral bill.
"vou gotta vlct )
says Park Audito-
solve their problems. !" Bayfront KEY REALTY Then came emancipation. Halleluiahr! This goes to
somebody man
rium Saturday night
prove that this is our father's world-Cousin e (to be con-
March 20th. The public 361-5311 I
will view the lovelies in

UUtroln i Ms mortal 'ark I swim suts, evening dress, t tbl

and in talent presenta- :OOOOOOOOQOOOOOOCKK> oqpooQoooOooooooo
HAS ,...... I. .U. tions. At 10:00 p.m., Metro lm-j" );'.' '
.. .. p t s 8 Erse sfecsi or s Mayor Chuck Hall will tv. .., :, ;'. <.. > i' f ;, >"!
ALSO I........ .. .. l.ftnlHt "
IN" the winner who '
crown : .
will be presented a tro- t : ,JIBE YOU A FAILURE?:: ;:';:,
It m a.t foil awl w. .. still .laf k.f iaet* and the all- ,
phy, prizes ..,
; .. '> r ). '
week \f '' :1} : ,
Open six Jeyt strv y. expense paid trip to Dal- < c-I, Ir... ea Or Pbetr'e Cemetery las, Texas to compete In A ,,r,1"' 1111.r.. "<: :
tM''V., : ?' <; &
P Financially \ .h. .t
the national event in :'Ilitf' '''' '''I' :{:; ..r,;
.1 nrvrasnEET+ REHUIHe April. 'u.t ;,,:::;.,,'.. >, >c } .. eKeiMt OX 1.9199 '.f. '. <0 .I>,,',A'J,,: ,
E. J..... .....
..r The task of making the I ':,<' !1".':, ,,,. ,. '" ;' >:J''h' < .} "'" -k
selection will be In the I 'N' '" '.,',... :,,? 'v Socially? .'..' >6..Jt'f"' ; "''''>'Ii t 'V1t, ,
': '
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hands of John B. Orr, Jr., I '!; '
Garth Reeves, A. D. ( kL\ "': '\)'<
Moore. Dr. George Simpson ( ,;,4. .. :
APPAREL FOR SALE Hendrik Berns. and Menlall.d
Dr. Gilbert Porter. <:6fi/ .. : I.

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where you'll find like-new exclusive dresses to the public at the :Do

vita, skirts, Meases, shoes all original. $1 to $5 Box Office after 6OO p.m., you have a mind filled

Miak, fox and other stoles and fur jackets $5 to $10. the night of the pageant. S,
r-ihmere, sweater $2. Mink collar $5. Pre-teen Starting time is 8:00 p.m. 1 with EAR ?

dressy $1. Men's pure Italian aOK 8a b. $3 and $S.

Blue serge suit $S. Sports jackets $2. Pants .....
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12, THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 19, 1965 ,


y "wrc of 789
In sad but loving f BARR
CARDS MEMORIALS of our dear mother NW 63rd St., died March
DEATHS ory his wife
11. Survivors are
sister and aunt, the lateLi2bf f
Sybil; two sons, Clifford

and James Jr., a daughter,
Virginia Thurston; three

brothers, Elezer, Josephand
TH11 I CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORUM ,a Clifton; three sisters,
Adranna Clark, Louise
;16'' iovlng"memory of The family of the late In sad and loving mem- 'Thompson .and, Jane

I oOr :dearH mother,,' ;sister,'' _*MRS. NELLIE' NEELY dry, .of our: dear hUsband', Smith. Services':Saturday
grandmother--and, aunt; wish ,to thank the friends,kand'' ,father, 10 a.m. Church 'of the In-
and neighbors'and 'Father carnation.

J. H. Reese, who were so
kind and helpful to us DEA. NELSON SHINEof
during our recent bereavement i 1901 NW 66th St. died
over the loss \ March 11 enroute to Jack-

of our loved one. f son Hospital. Survivorsare

j his wife Marian and
r Special thanks to Rev. .
other 'relatives. Services
James Butler," Elder' Mil- w ; L Saturday at 2 p.m. at the

4 H ton Evans, Mrs. Ernes- -- Mt. Tabor Baptist Church.
Y tine Welters, florist, and I MRS. STELLA NEL-

Francis Evergreen Mortuary : '. SON, local beautician of FRED WILLIAMS of
t : 7280 NW 21st Ave., died 1041 York St. died March

We wish to take this .' March 11. Services held 12. Survivors are his wife

means to thank each and u.- : ... Thursday from Walker's Lillie Mae; a daughter,
everyone. Temple Church of God In Daisy Norris; two sons,
MRS. MARTHA Christ, Elder E. Myles, Fred Jr. and Johnnie Ed-

MRS. MALVINA DAVIS Your kindness will nev- 1 AIKENS WILLIAMSwho pastor. Surviving are her wardson; six grand child-

er be forgotten.The departed this life on husband, Harvey; three ren. Services held Wed-
who departed this life Family March 16, 1963. minor daughters; her nesday 2 p.m. In the
March 14, 1960. Key West, Fla. ate;. How happy are the mother, Mrs. Stella Williams chapel Rev. George Davis
Five years ago we had to saints above ; four sisters, Mes- officiating.MRS. .

part IN MEMORIAM -- -', ,--- Who once went sorrow- dames Louella Thompson
instructor at Dun- LENORA ILONA
here ,
With the mother we lov- In sad but loving mem- ISHMAEL CASH ROLLE But ing now they; taste unmingled bar Elementary School, TAYLOR of 16050 NW
ed with all our hearts ory of our dear husbandand who love Sarah Mitchell, Juanita 18th Court died March 14.
She won't come back we departed this life ,
wife of Rev. F. Survivors
father Johnson are
March 16 1964.A And Joy without a tear.
know 'tis true, ,
L. Johnson and Willie D. band, Charles E., four
She is
U to land
precious one from us gone a
But some day, mother, is gone, where there will be no Chaney; two brothers, sons Charles Jr., Carter,
Williams and Cecil and Godfrey two
we'll come to you. A voice we love is stillA more dying. May she rest George ;
Forgive us, Lord, if we place is vacant in our in peace and live forever Benjamin F. Robinson of daughters, Marsha and
should weep hearts, in her heavenly home. Philadelphia.MRS. Sheryl, her mother Mrs.
That The Aikens Evangeline Munnings; a
never be fill Family
For the mother we loved ed.Mrs.. can ESSIE MAE brother Terrv Parker a
and longed to keep. WALKER 1830 NW 69th sister, Mrs. Gladys Mc-
Lovingly rememberedand Children and Rolle sisters, wife 'IN MEMORiaM Terr., died March 9. Ser- Ford. .
greatly missed by: vices held Monday from
1 MRS.' REBECCA the Liberty City Chapel. Services Saturday at 11
} James Alexander Davis, : a.m.. Church of the
,. : CARD OF THANKSThe STRICKLANDour Among her survivors area
son, Miami daughter, Mrs. Ruth, Transfiguration.

If; Frances Delevoux, family of the late mother answered the three sisters, Mildred ..... t. \ ,--.._
.6 OM;
daughter, Miami call she had listened for Griffin, Gussie Sapp, Wil- ,
Joseph C. 'Davis, son ELDER GLOVER V so Intently and so longon lie B. Jones, a brother, f Sa ..I
New York ROGERS March 26. 1984. The Mack Benton. :
Voice of God said. "Come
Albertha B. Ferguson, ,
wish to extend our heart- "
daughter] Boston Mass. unto me and rest. FLOYD LEE CALLO-
felt thanks to all the kind
WAY, 2304 NW 57th St..
Evelyn : daughter;
friends "May be
Miami and neighborswho your spirit art drowning victim found
remembered us dur- neare through all etern- March 10. Services were -'
Prince Farrington, ing our bereavement. ity." held Thursday from the I' "

brother, Miami 4 Thanks for the Rev. and Mrs. James Liberty City Chapel. His I.t .,
Ruth Hankerson, sister .... ---. ways you showed C. Murray, daughterand survivors are mother, Mrs. t' ,,'j..
West Palm Beach and .
son-in-law Nettie Mae Crawford ,.
SUMNER ELIJAH sympathy. Special thanksto .,
Grandchildren nieces two sisters. r/ )' ;
the House of Albert Mr. and Mrs. Cecil ,
M )
and nephews SWEETING and state and local officials Murray, grandson .;....\, .:J.:.
and HEREN SCOTT, 1971 \ I
the Churches daughter-in-law
of of
who departed this life NW 2nd Court died March .
CARD OF THANKS March' &.j, 1W1. pod in Christ. 13. Was shipped to Eat- Ie I

The family of the late May ne rest in peace. Again from the depthsof FRANCIS onton. Ga. for final rites ARCHIE CURTISS 2451f11'
ramiJy and burial. Among sur-
WILLIE SANDERS our hearts we say
NW 59th St. died in Jack-
wish to thank their thanks for everythingand CLYDE LIVINGSTON vivors are his wife, mother -
friends for words of many kind- IN MEMORIAMIn may God bless each ROLLE of 366B NW 14th and 11rother.CASSANDRA. vived son Hospital.by three He sons is, sur-Er-
St. died March 12. Ser-
ness and condolences dur- and everyone in our ving and Bertram Curtiss
ing their recent bereavement sad but loving mem- prayer. vices Saturday 1 p.m. at WATTS. and Thomas Dames, a sis-
ory of our dear husband Mrs. Ozabeth Rogers Trinity Wesleyan Church 1677 NW Oth Place diedat ter-in-law Elizabeth Tol-
I and brother, And Family with Rev. George John- her home March 8. ,
iver three daughtersinlaw
( Mrs. Marjorie Fluellen, son officiating Remains Graveside services were ; -
daughterMrs. mw' ti dx will repose in the chapel held Wednesday 11 a.m. Doris and

W. P. Baily, niece r IN MEMORIAMIn beginning 2 p.m. Friday. Among her survivors are Curtiss Dames. Services and Rosabell March
Dan McGee Survivors include his mother and father. Mr.
4 I loving memory of mother Mrs. Mary Rolle, and Mrs. Artis Watts. 23.
Sidney Harris, nephews five ssters. Corine Bul-

CARD OF THANKSWe who departed this life on Reedy, Mvrtle and Caro- HUNT, 4160 NW 22nd Ct. JOINSON of 2210 NW
154th St. died March 14.
March 15, 1964 lvn Rolle; a brother, died March 14. Graveside
the family of the There awhile we must be Frank. services held Tuesday. Survivors are a brother,
Carsell Lee three nieces
Among his survivors ,
late, ____._ parted are
Naomi Lee Ethel Mazuck
And the flesh Its Sabbath MRS JOHNNIE MAE his, mother Mrs. Emily
CHAMPION of 814 NW Hunt and other relatives. and Legalta Wamick; 3

s keep 6th A v.. died March 10. nephews. Services to be
In holy stillness
Waiting a
in sleep. Serylves heM Thursday MRS. ANNIE MAE announced at a later date.
in the chapel: with Rev. FOWLER 2780 NW 43rd
Children i Mrs Ethel
REV. J. C. JOHNSONwho : Aaron D. Hall officiating: Terr., died March 13. MRS. INEZ YOUNG,
Carr John D. Bryant,
Survivors are her hus- Services will be held died March 12. Survivorsare
passed into the James W. Bryant and band, Nathaniel, sister. Saturday 4 p.m. from her husttmd, Douglas,
Great Beyond on March Mrs. Josphine Mrs. Flossie Brown; the Liberty City Chapel. a daughter, Mrs. Johnnie

20, 1947. adopted son; Larry Little. Survivors are father, Rev. Mitchell; 8 grand child-
Gone, but not forgotten.Rest Solomon Fowler, four ren; two sisters, Mrs. An-
in peace. We love ROBERT DAVIDSONof sons, three daughters, nie Cauley and Mrs. Lillie -
you, but Jesus loves you In sad but loving memory 543 NW *th St. died mother and father and a Cauley; a brother,

best.Mrs. of....my dear .mother. March 12 at his home. sister, Mrs. Lula Boddie. Mose Hart. Local servicesare

Marian Johnsonwife Services held Wednesday Incomplete. Final
In the chapel. Survivors WILLIE CLIFFORD rites will be in Buena

The Family include a brother and oth- DANIELS, Blakes Labor Vista, Ga.KENNETH.

er relatives. Camp SW 241st St.,
Goulds died March 14. L. JOHN-

,MRS. MAMIE MOLLY VERNOL H. CAREY, Services Saturday 1:30 SON of 1844 NW 2nd Ct.,
JONES died March 13 in Key p.m. from Morning Star died March 10. Survivorsare

CARD OF THANKSThe West. Services Sunday, Baptist Church, Princeton. Joseph Johnson,
I, who departed this life 3 p.m. at Trinity Presby- survivors are father, Rev. uncle and Mrs. Anna
March 1, wish to express family of the lade .G'a f a terian Church with Rev. A. G. Daniels, four sisters Cherry, cousin and three
our thanks and gratitude MRS. CORNELIA ROSS Greenwood Cronin officiating an aunt, four uncles. nieces. Services held

.4 to the many friends, fra- WELLS Survivors includehis Tuesday In the chapel.
ternal organizations and who departed this life on wife, Evangeline, WAYNE SEYMOUR,
1, churches for the kindness Feb. 5 wish to express father. Albert Sr., 2 sisters 1624 NW 60th St. died on MRS. JULIA BATTLESof

shown during her illness their profound gratitudeto MRS. OLIVIA Mrs. Norma Bennett and March 15. Funeral ser- 1619 NW 4th Ave., died
and our hour of be- their many friends for JOHNSONwho Mrs. Leona Williams; two vices Saturday 130 p.m. March 10. She Is survived -
reavement. We wish to express their loyaltv durng our brothers, Albert Jr., and from the Corinth Baptist by a daughter, Alphenla -

j our special thanksto bereavement. departed this life Leonard; 24 grand child Church. Survivors are Dexter a son, William

the Range Funeral We thank March 22, 1963. ren. mother, great grand- Williams, a brother, Louis
:;'I.j, Home, out of town relatives kindness of you for your Gone Jut not forgotten. mother. Bellamy: a sister, Mrs.
attending the fun- shown sympathy May she rest in peace ELECTRIC GUITAR and Lillian Foulks. Final rites
R. Young -later of Uoodbinci to us. Your and may light perpetual frlgidalre. Perfect condition held in Sanford.
thoughtfulness will always
Ga.t a brother, Benjamin shine upon her. Cheap. Phone
Lucas, Detroit, Leroy Johnson, son 635-7130.:

Michigan; a grand-daugh- Special thanks to neighbors CENTER VILLA
'iterrrt. 'Mnr. Bessie M. of 70th St., 167 St.. MALE KINDERGARTENYou Music Mjusic

Thornton,': WashingtonMu.. 6fith St.. the nurses, unit. IN MEMORIAM
,Of', DRIVER DEUVERY Freddie Greene blasts
two. of A. M. Cohen Temple may register now. Hot
In sad but
loving mem- Organ

off the Hammond
and Helen on
dred Woods Ohio of Church of God In ory of our dear mother, LABORERS PORTER lunches and pickup .terric at 9 o'clock every
Harris, Dayton, Christ, Rev. J. E. Jenkins -
Three' nephews, Leo A. and Rev. W. Mack MRS. LYDIA JANE HILL BUSBOY DISHWASHER For information call nite at the SATELLITE.

Lucas, Dayton; Ohio, John and the staff of Range Check 691.7796 Hear this Hammond Organ -
our listings 696-3802
many or In his w n
and Robert Rudolph, Funeral Home. who departed this life on stylist p
Woodbine, Georgia. March 10, 1958. No Registration Fee 634-5667 right, play and ring the
Mr. and Mrs. James The.ChildrenWL.C.Bethel NORTH DADEEMPLOYMEHT tunes yon like. Every
Victoria ''Galloway, .daug. : Ross and Family \ : Enid' 5932 NW 17th Ave. sisal!

Willie Jones, Son and Samuel Wells 'R '\\pg"al'd' '.: '. 362 N.f.: 167th Street MR8. RUTH COPEItAND SATELLITE LOUNGE
And Sons Ellen' "7th Avenue
Family Welch. 6%%% NW


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ime extra 2bedm Grandway and buses. 1225 I
plus -
agency well estab- NW 56th St.BEAUTIFUL, fine family living. Lovely $14,500, $450 down FHA.
Reduced 3
large bedrooms
| apt. way lished in good location. built-in kitchen with two 2 ,bath,
Own. Owner anxious. Youn Gross income $400 furnished | --o-- I Fla room, garage., Business
perweek service bars, refrigerator,
live almost rent free.e and more, net $150 room in private ,home' dishwasher, gar 1ge disposal .:- Salesmen and Salesladies or churc Corner 150x100
| have key to show.ter I lot.
per week and more, phone with all adequate facilities washing machine 'wontelt We pay 30% on
Realty, Broker, f'J:>:-t805 after 5 p.m. Including private en- and dryer also built-in usable, WE BUY LAND HOMESOR
98779LL trance. Very clean and features that you don't | listings. I II ,

LARGE LOT zoned apts, up-to-date neighborhood. find in a $35.000 home. BUILD ON YOUR LOT
HOUSE 2-bed- 50x150, 333 NW 10 St. Parking facilities. Single Reduced to sell at only I FORTUNE REALTY I II OR OURS
om CBS plus carport, a PL 1-3G04. man preferred. 1444 NW
$20,900. If you need this (R.,. Broker)
fal bargain. 9000. Small 38th St.DOWNTOWN. I I
of home for your
type Need
; Money Call
t>wn payment. "A Realleal" HOUSEgood buy. 754- family call Mr. Chris at 111 N.W. 19TH STREET'I ,
Don't miss thise. 0977. AREA: 1- MU 8-6638. He will show I JE 8-1340 i
Fenster Realty, Bro- bedroom furnished
apt. you how easy it is to PHONE 151-0251
er, PL 98779.BEDROOM "I AM THE GREATEST"To All utilities, $17 week. I I II

[ the quality buyer who Mickins Rental Agency, buy.Dick Brooks, Realtor Ask for Arthur Solomon
is looking for a luxury- NE 4-0500. I
|l lua extra efficiency. type house that has L..I JOIN THE NAACPntnllllllu.lIall..nllllllllllUJllllll.

Excellent! Oh! Yes Income, all furnish-proper- price everything and best Including terms. low Inspect FOR SALE .1I..1I1.1II1IIIIII1III1II1III1I1t8I.I1I1III111. ...-....-....-..-....!.......-...-...--.--...--..-.

j, even to linens. Call tc me Sunday 1-5 pm. DO YOU OWN A LOT?
how you terrific at 817 NW 43rd St. JE LIBERTY CITY
uy. Nice area. Fenster 1-6902. AREA
ealty, Broker PL 9-8779. DO YOU WANT TO BUY A HOME BUT NEED CASH!!

)L CBS HOME.corner" 3bedm larget BARGAIN cial". $495 Hunters down Spec-for -J: CBS,' 3' BEDROOMS/ :2 ', ':'. WE WILL TRADE WITH YOU

'brand new 3-bedroom, 2 '
lovely location. Near Uath home. Model open 2, BATHS, OWNER MUSTSELL 'u. 0-
uses, schools, etc. FHA, Sun 1-5 p.m. 541 NW 44 / ", DO YOU NOW OWN A HOUSE BUT WANT TO GETA
DIy $500 down. Call usn St. JE 1-('>902. <:", $'l,5tfl DOWNCASH \ BETTER OP BIGGER ONE??
| this one. Fenster Real- llftO FlISTf
Broker. PL 9-8779. $62 MONTH ,' WE WILL TRADB ITH YOU...
FORGET to drivey 2031 NW 83rd Terrace. ...AND GET YOU WHAT YOU WANT
r.JNT $250 down for cute CBS .< MONTHLY PAYMENTS
: t!
the "New Genie" mod- <, ; _
also some furniture. "i, This is a real easy way you can buy and not have to
H I 131 homes NW 75 527 St.NW, 1141 46 NW St. $8.500 total, FHA. A. Ben- 2;'' NO BROKERS. <:. ,;:' wait until you get a buyer for your house.

Kori. Realtor, anytime "- ...... ',,
[5 St. All 3-bedroom, 751-2243. _' w -" "\.>."> / ........./"" "" --0--
ealty, Broker, PL 9-8779: Phone Owner UN -60655Bmutiiiiuuiiiamiufl
JO CLOSING I COSTS 1710 NW 83 Terr, come
Bedrooms CBS, 2 )hath, see Sun. 2-5 p.m. CBS WE ARE OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK 9 to 7 P.M.
Inclosed front! jjoieh' car- beauty, oak floors, tile
|)()I't. newly jwlnted, Kindcaped. roof big lot, $350 down. tiiiintniinniamnral --0--
PI'I Ire I N only FHA terms A. Ben-Kori, For Sale SEE THESE AND THEN COME IN OR CALL US ...
'liooo() with $:Jo down Realtor anytime, 751-2243. i
mIl I'HA tiMim. Key at Brand new 3 Bedroom CBS At 1228 N.W. 42nd St.

lure Realty Ilioker W32 LIKE NEW OPEN Iii 2780 NW 61st Street At 1527 N.W. 40th St.
IV: W 7 Ave. PL 9-1371 SUN I
142 N.W. 40th Street 3 Bedroom CBS
Open evenings nnd Sun- 1490 NW 83rd St. Corner I Open Sat. & Sun. for Inspection
I a3 CBS, 2 bedroom. 2 baths --0--
tile roof oak floors i Custom-built 3 bedroom 2 bath CBS house.
Modern CBS duplex, 2- porte. $300 down. $78 ner All fenced like new.
month. $11.000 total. FHA. awnings, large rooms, I
he'lrooms each side. Tile
1 roof, appliances large A.anytime Ben-Korl.751-2243. Realtor, I $2,000 down payment. FORD REAL TV,INC. Broker

yard, fleshly: painted. =
Price is FHA valuation. Goodman'sReal I 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635.4595ntmumtnttintumtatuautmmaoatutlfamtautWSltarnIItW
$ir,700, $GOO down and 3-BEDROOMS
$90 month. Live rent Fla. room, t modern kit- 1 Estate mmtmtltttnmtt
free! Life Realty. Broker, chen, dining room, oak ft Insurance I
\\M2 NW 7 Ave. PI. 0-1371. floors CBS, all for $300.
Open Sundays, evenings. JW4 month. S11.()()() total I 2688 NW 62nd Street I

FHA Ben-Kori, Realtor,
BARGAIN $1,000 below 751-2243. See me Sun. OX 1-0380
; -
FHA price and seller pays 3-5 p.m. at 1815 NW 89 EDISON Specials
closing cost too! You Terr. it WuiiitniiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnJiiiiiimiiiiwiiiiimiiin UuImHUmn
save more than $1,500 4- ,
bedrooms, 2 baths, jalousie 4-BEDROOMS '
windows awnings 2baths. $250 down, stove I' f
big Florida room, garage new refrlcr.. air cond. $78 CONSOLIDATE YOUR DEBTS THESE THREE OPEN SUNDAY 2-&

appliances. Extra large month, $9.500 total FHA. DIAL NOW FOR MONEY 1111 I HOUR .94077
corner lot, landscaped, Phone 751-2243 for address I 5025 N.W.IOTH AVENUE I

sprinkler system with Ben-Kori, Realtor. SMALL PAYMENTS CBS, on corner, tile roof', carport, $11,400 total. Only
own and also
pump well $ 1,000 .-MM--...---$ 20 Month $68.94 month. FHA terms.
: Life
ity water. Keys at
2-BEDROOM CBS home .. ....... I
$ 2,000 $ 30 Month
Realty, Broker, 4932 NW --- -- -
huge Florida, room, FHA Ill H.W. 50TH STREET
7 Ave. PL 94371.3BEDROOM $12,000, $400 down pay- 110,000 .-.......-.-.-...$100 Month
ment. 1815 NW 88 Terr. I CBS home with extra large detached garage. $25 down.
house in I
!nice locality, no qualifyIng Open Sun. 1-5 pm. Fen- FHA. Low monthly payments.
no ster Realty PL 9-8779. let and 2nd Martla,..
closing costs, call 1191 N.W. 83RD TERRACE

34-1781. 2-BEDROOOM CBS, plus R. I. Boron Mortgages I 3 bedroom, CBS, tile roof, large double corner lot. Sprinkler .I

NO QUALIFYING-Fully garage, extra large lot. system, carport. Only $300 down FHA.
furnished cottage In new FHA. Florida room, 1730 14535 N.E. 5th Avenue Mortgage BrokerflOUe
area NW 85th St. ThIs NW 83 Terr. Fenster itiiwiiiuuiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitBiiiitiiniuiiiiiiiiKn iiiifiiiinttiiiniiiiminimnil
House is like new and I* Realty, Broker PL 9-8779 I
romnletelv furnished with PROFESSIONALS YOU MUST SEE THIS!

modern furniture.appliances Price is and$8.500 FORRENT 3 bedrooms, 2 both, large CBS home on double corner.

with $250 down and $80 ROOM in heart of Liberty Fenced lot, 2-cor garage, beautiful fruit trees, well, pump .]
month nays all. Vacant City. Private phone. 1545 & sprinkler system. Being sold for FHA value. $500 down.
key at Life Realty, Broker NW 68 St. Call 691-2494. No closing costs.
J,932 Nw 7 Ave. PL
Open Sunday. FURNISHED ROOM in \I lajiiipcinwiiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiujiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiini iujuiiiiiiiiijimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuDRIVE
private home, central location i

room, carport,
windows, appliances.awning FURNISHED ROOM in w ? 1 4401 N.W. 15th Ave. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, CBS,

freshly painted inside private home. Men only tile roof, nice corner. $300 down, FHA.

f$9 dout. Price is onlv 2114 NW 57 St. yu ut- 2 4030 N.W. 1st Ave. CBS, on corner, tile roof, Fla
$58- month., $250 down and ROOM in private home for 4YfAxTW. 9WAMU tpblrw. r..O1'i SC.M a room, dining room, carport, No qualifying, really nice.
Key at L I f
Realty Broker 4932 NW e refined 'man, 1473 NW 70 NEW KITCHEN CABINETS? 3 1737 N.W. 47th Terr. CBS, duplex. 2 bedrooms on 1

7 AVe. PL IM371Pen St. 691-0425. side. Tile roof, $14,500 total. $450 down, FHA, only 5

evenings and Sundays. .y CARPORT? GARAGE? ..< ;: years old.

-LIKE NEW also ROOM 2-room In private cottage.home Men, < NEW FLORIDA ROOM? 4 521 N.W. 48th St. CBS, tile roof, carport. $68.82|

CDS 2-bedroom preferred, FR 1-2398 month, FHA.
home. Jalousie \ v
hardwood floors windows -, REPAIRS OR ALTERATIONS? 6808 N.W. 6th Ave. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, furn., '

Kitchen cabinets com- NICE furnished PRIVATE, 2491 NW bedroom 59th 15 CBS, tile roof, Fla room, garage. For a large family.No .
pletely '
redecorated inside kT qualifying.
and out. This house Is like St. NE 42264.2BEDROOM BULL Mil.. BAYI&9*,ATWHII5o.J sy; : (
,brand new! Price Is $10.- WE ARE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND

l'OO.$58.25 $250 down. find extra large CBS fenced homeon lot, F,= a reprpseatatlvo! wlircoll:o.',6.; SUNDAY

Realty,month Broker Key 4932 at Life NW unfurn. PL 11604.IBEDROOM Ti.. c Igo CNARc EFOR .EYtMATE'

7 Ave. PIS. J.4171. Open EDISON REALTY Realtors
ndavs. apt. fur- } Beak or FHAWt FiraenciNg ,
nished $18.50, PL 8-3901.
NO QUALIFYING 3bedroom specialize ((0 rtMftviig old wlaoWs aio1 i.stel l* 175 NW 62n! m. 1512441GET
CBS cottage at 5-BEDROOM CBS, 2 Iiig owl0g type or (ofaviUd windows, ,
3715 NW 12 Ave. Freshly baths, furnished. Down- g M n MMaMBUaMMUMBIIKoIstrTctlg
Painted Inside and out, town Miami off 20th St.
fenced yard, appliances. $20 weekly. For key call D Co. ie]

$3 Price0 is only $8,500 with JE 1-3184 or CA 1-4JJ33. THE TIMES BY MAIL ONLY $5.00 PER WEEK
down and $85 month HI 8.1119
Pays all, PL 9-4371. Open
Phone 635-5104.
evenings and Sundays.


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14 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday. March 19 1965

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\4;,. Helen Mitchell and Cur- Congratulations to the Tea SuccessfulFloral
iBy Walter Dove :
tis Solomon represented cagers for their outstanding -

Miami Northwestern at performance in the Heights Elementary .A spring tea will be
the Press Workshop in, state tournament held in School was the set- The VFW Post No' 8195, given this-'.Sunday after- SPEDIAL"V
". Tallahassee Wednesday\'Pqmpano Beach, March ting, for the Parents 'Tea- of Wes; Hollywood wlU noon at the home of Mr.
: March'.10.. The workshop'';.11.1; The Tornadoes,.'. cher Assocatlon's Annual give away an Apricot and Mrs. Ernest Cambridge -
was held at'Florida A and after a hard struggle defeated Tea. The theme with Its' poodle Saturday, March 20 4028 SW 22nd St.,
k, M University. Middleton 70-67 accent on youth, was "CI- cu the nome of K. Boyd, West Hollywood Ann
and Matthew Gilbert 69- tizens of Today and To 5409 SW 25th St. Refresh- Glover will be the guest
The concert and marching 67. They were defeated by morrow." ments will be served. speaker. Come and enjoy
tl ; bands attended the Palmetto 68-73 and Quincy Tickets on sale by mem- this affair.

; Band Clinic at Miami Sen- 99109. They placed4th The program's partici- bers of the Post. Donation ,
ior IKgh March 6. .', in the state and regional pants were very good examples -_ $1.00. All members of Inez T. /wr' 't..,''' *.- '" .- .' ,,
''The *':: tournaments.As of what we may Boyer Chapter No. 182, i,MimbAfcimtMiW. .*:IWAflM: I'Y.,ttA4;" ensemble.gtoup's look forward to in our VFW Post will hold its "
the i0'ttrii
be present on <+ ;
please oNidiiOtirdPwetll '
were the first to be rated a result of Report younger generation. regular meeting Sunday, [ : .
Melton Jones and Rob- Card Night held March 10, March 21 at 5 p.m. at 4816 regular meeting and third night Mon-- I,Mi.,,,,. e*.:'*.. .ieIi. .> ,."".""" .
ert Shipp rated superioron approximately 600 par- Special guests were the SW 17th St. Members, every Don't first March .. '........,.,. ..........".:

their solos. Linda ents crowded the school School Brownsville Chorus Junior under High the please be present. 22.day.J. Cambridge.forget ...,..y',thf -. :JM.1:

Adams, Jake Riley and auditorium. Report Card direction of Mr. Victor :;;iultfU4,pMvmneJ.to pox*
- '
Maxine Brooks rated excellent Night was a regular PTA Larsen were warmly re- -- fom. (tfet*: vf..M.i :*".,,':. .'

;:' in their, renditions student meeting report night cards in which were ceived. Other selectionswere o o s Day at New lM.r,1+tl ''.._.-'..""..'...:........;

1, The saxophone, trumpet issued to instead rendered by promising (II. '.G H***:'tnrfewyo ,
r '\ and trombone'' trios were 'of the students parents during young students of ProvideMC March 28 a., ;j._. ... .. *." ....",
all rated 'excellent how- voice and piano from various '.
; .regular school day. 1teiMi, ot6sr lib......... ,
over the clarinet trio received schools in the city. ... -
a, superiorrating. Mrs. Roscella Leverity Tad-.. tinM 1 .! .."F
Thaddeus Pinck- In preparation for the brought challenging remarks New Providence Mis- ;muds .did '

'.." ney was rated excellent in 'typewriting contest April emphasing the sionary Baptist Church, ..nl.tfcfoAs .Nt...,.......,
10 the instructors 760 NW 53rd will observe
typewriting St. -
the theme.A ua. cool.yaw' .
capacity of student Wes ye* ; .
are working its fifth annualWoman's -
conductor.hart Lorraine Du- with students. The stu- lovely table of delectable Day Sunday, |i.b ...:7.wfcus..a'.
sophomore cadet '
dents are striving for a refreshments was March 28. rite:tfaMi :r.v wot\*. *"**'1
received for a rating her brilliant of superior winning goal.Members at the guests' disposal as 'y''.. 'e+aie.l.r'iIoip .*',
the tea hour ended.Expresrslons ', ,''
solo twirling.The that ye*: *
of the faculty were in N 4" .j.......... tI t--: "
blind the attending professional k
majorettes '
conventions as delegates one accord that the tea training *:,sl.rpl. sri ::
and the cadets all received -
an excellent rat- March 18-20 are was truly a success. t.. mJafted *. ya.icarverd .'(,

ing. This performance wasa Mrs W. C. Rhetta and m, a kAC.. Cat f.*".* ...**.*-

first for the ,band fami- Mrs. Haze) Simmons. the FRANK C. MARTINPlans .t t is sy Tarsi: fi++d sMrt,;
ly of Miami| Northwestern. FEA convention in Jack- henirYray. ..sp'' rIt LI'lp;
sonville Mr. James Cash, are in the making .
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Miss Estelle Waller Mr. .
for the Founders' Day
Northwestern's Science Thomas Sutton Mrs. Ma-, Banquet of the Frank C. ....... :

Fair ended last Friday, rian Shannon, Mrs. Ge- Martin PTA The date is IN'h!
), March 5. Carolyn Peter- neva Lockhart and Wil- March 19. Mrs. Queen or. ..l.* ,
son received first place liam Haley attend the Armstrong is the general ...... .: '
with a commendable pro- FSTA convention in Mi- chairman. The donation MRS. BLOSSIE HALE .se1..1 ........:J.eiM'..t
ject that was entitled, ami. The drama group contributed is $1.00. It is d.w;.;_..+.., -.I.t.'., "h"....;_.Prowls., .. of .
"Can The Study of Developing and choral ensemble per- hoped that this event will
Sea Urchin Eggs formed at the FSTA be successful.On Everyone is invited to
Aid in Research convention and the school Monday, March 8, attend
patrol presented colors at 600 students climbed Mrs. Mary F. White is
John White won second the opening session March aboard buses provided by chairman; Mrs. C. J.
place with the pro- 18. the School Board to attend MRS. CELESTINE Burney, co-chairman;
ject "Indicators from the Young People's FRAZIER DIXON Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor.
Flowers." Third place Finiallsts for the spell- Concert. This annual
went to Gall Grass and Ing Bee are: 7th grade, event is held at the Dade The morning speaker
Lillle Harden whose pro- Darrell Walker; 8th grade, County Auditorium and will be Mrs. Celes-tine F. 1
jects concerned The Lindsey Davis; 9th grade, the children look forwardto Djxon of Pensacola.
Effect of Gibberellic Acid Leslie Thomas; 10th grade it.Mr.. Mrs. Dixon is first vice
I' and Light on Pollen Stephen Roberts; 11th president of the Woman's -
Grains." Eugene Shep- grade; Ellis Dames'and Hanna our PTA Missionary and Educational -
pard, with a project entitled 12th grade Emily Black president, gave a m o a t Conventon, aux-
"Tiie Metabolismof Interesting report on the ilary to the General Bap-

Developing Chicken Mr. Hector Gauthier, PTA convention recently tist State Convention,
held in Daytona Beach at. Inc. of Florida. r
Embryo received an appeared at a tennis clin- +
honorable mention, along ic held March 12. Mr. Bethune Cookman College The evening speakerwill 1hl
with Idella McCloud with Gauthier Is a retired Miami A tape recording of be Mrs. Blossie Hale

the project, "The Electrolysis resident formerly of ed the back key speaker to the was audience.play- of West Hollywood Mrs.
." Worcester, Mass. He spent Haile is first vice presi-
4( 'I 40 years of active tennis dent of Woman's Auxiliary -
Willie Rodgers was selected playIng, 25 years as a Biscayne CollegeOn of Seaboard Districtof MAY'
on the Miami News member of the YMCA, 18 the Seaboard Association I ;
Basketball AllSlatefirst vears in troop 59 of the March 27, 1965, at .
team. Rodgers along with Boy Scouts and has served 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. In Bis- VERHE'S BEAUTY SALON
Irvin Paulknen of BTW two years as vice cayne College, 16400 N.W. NoticeAll
were the only Negroes on chairman of Umpires. 32 Ave., the Commissionon Announcing the openingof
the first team. Chico Gil- Human Relations, Morris Brown Col- V.m.'. Beauty Salon
bert and Albert Hall of Students began campaigning under its Chairman Bis- lege alumnus are askedto 5920 N.W. 17th Av..V.rn.se
Northwestern received March 15 in hop Coleman F. Carroll of Mrs.meet Juanita at the Allen home Lane of James, formerly of SwoJeal
honorable mention. preparation for the Stu- Salop proprietor. Eperi'
the Diocese of Miami, Friday March 21 at 5pm. .
dent Council annual election enced beautician want.d.
will conduct a workshopand
Rodgers was honoredby Plans for next year'sactivities
which is scheduledfor panel discussion I 691.9656 Res. 6216807. i
the Miami Herald on will be made at
March 23. The student .
the Miami
Monday. He was placedon area. this time.
body will have the opportunity -
the Herald's "
All-City at this time to The guest speaker on K "FT I

Gilbert Basketball again Team.received Chico an vote on president and vice unemployment will be f ni ima
of the Student J Hft
president Col. Clark U. S. Army, '
honorable mention.
Council and Miss Booker ret., President of the Ur- BE A NURSE'S AIDETHE
T. Washngiton. ban League of South Fla.

Florida CharityOf The guest speaker on ,
Holmes Elementary housing will be Mr. Edward -

MiamiThe Holmes 1 Elementarywill Tucker, who is In IDEAL SCHOOL FOR
participate: in the charge of Urban Renewalfor

memiX'rs president of the Florida and !summer' school program the Greater Miami TRAINING NURSES' AIDES .
again this All rw
J Charity of Miami, Inc. area.The 4I
wish to take this oppor- : here now nnd attendingF'hool those!' public Is invited to 2380 W. FLAIGLER STREET
tunity to thank every- attend this workshop and
who will enroll here next
one who helped to sup year are expected and join with the panelists In Cell for .,... .we1 for hr.cL....: 444-4637 443-9741
port them during their urged to attend this a discussion of these cur-
recent benefit sale. Saturday mer school program.sum- rent problems. Open Mmtfat classes 9 .... 12 ....

afternoon Florida house will be held at the En.ia9 classes 7 18 .... I
I. Chanty members met at Again this year, we will College. II
Christian Hospital where have the pre-school I
they visited one of their summer program. All
M. q sick members, Benny L. children who will enter BIBLE LESSONS I II I
O'Berry. We are praying school as first graders II
Versions and
that he"will have a next. year are to attend. I
speedy recovery. The Our principal, Mrs. T. of the Bible. Taught by APPUED CHaCTlAWTY SPIRTTOAL TEMPLES, NIC.Present. I
next meeting will be Crowder is anxious to Margie Cunningham. i
March 26 at 1212 NW 57th have all pre-school by Enrollment bee ins Sunday
St. ',Interested persons are the first of April. Parents and Monday, 4-6 p.m. at Hit Men of Delivernct fr.* Cast t* Cast I

invited. are reminded that 2986 NW 45th Street. No fee. RT. POPE V. lIES i
they must present birth Please come and learn more
Louise B. Kynn is pres- ecertlflcates for these about your Bible. Everyone Whatever goer problem may ke, ..,..gI.. t.. power ef GvJ i I I

ident. a children.
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MIAMI! TIMESFrdo/! March_ 19. 1965_ _15

.. Nassau Cage Team


Spearing mli Here! for Prep Games *

By ,Oswald Brown groomed into an Olympic
Nassau Tribune team within the next four
ifh Sports vears.

i. > 1rJ Ever since basketball If the Bahamian team
: : was introduced on the calen- makes' good showing
'. .' ,
against the Miami High
dar of events of the Olympics
1, HAiRy PEAR schools professionalcoaches b P + 1FkS
the United States has been
the perennial winners of the from the United
gold medal for this event. States will be imported into

LITTLE, RIVER TOPS LAST WEEK'S With this fact in mind the Nassau to work with the

Bahamas Amateur Basketball
SHOWS team.The touring team
BOXING Association has launched a present
Before a sellout crowd, ring immortal and program designed to uplift includes 14 players three
the standard of basketballin coaches and manager
former Champion Willie Pep Stephen Mitchell. \fY

showed some of his old ring generalship to out culminating the Bahamas purpose with of establishing the- The players are Dewitt

slug his much younger opponent, Hal Mc- an Olympic basketball Hanna, Bruce LaFleur,

Keever in. 8 furious rounds. Pep, the master, team for the Bahamasby Vincent Gardiner, Tom Grant

practically led on points ..thru the fight, although 1968. Garth Nash Livingstone 4j
Hepburn Prince Mcintosh,
cut under the left eye and top of the team To kick-off from the this associationis programa Wenty Ford Fred Smith

right eye from accidental butting in the sixth currently taking part in a Sterling Quant Anthony Bost-'
around. Pat O'Mally, one of the best cut men series in here Miami against wick Ed White Lenny Taylor -

around managed to stop the flow of blood un- Carver High School North- and John Johnson. x ;

til the fight ended. It was surprising to see Pepat western; North Dade and Coaches basketball are player professional Vincent ,j ; 4. %:
Booker T. ,
the age of 42 put up such a great battle. It first Washington.The of the (Leech) F erguson, who ry.
game ..
'did not effect him. deal of bas- 1I/o 'I\"lt'f JIIIWBALTIMORE -
seemed that age series was payed asainsx played a great At Syracuse University, ,
ketball while attending college
Carver on Monday night -
Before and after the fight he received a Carver hauled off a 100-90 as in the United States, >Nagel, president of the Mackey was an honor studentas

standing ovation which he well deserved. victory.On Charles Williams and Homer Coca-Cola Bottling Companyof athlete.well He as played an outstanding footballat
Winder. Ferguson is a Class Baltimore announced this
Wednesday night, the under Ben
Other results: In four rounds George Saw- Bahamian team will play AA ball player in the Mil- week that the Baltimore Schwartzwalder Syracuse, who also '

yer 137, defeated Leon Omar 141 in 6 rounds; against Northwestern; on waukee Braves farm organi- Colts'star end John Mackey coached Jimmy Brown of the

Mike Mamareli 127, tko'd Mike Monte in 2nd Friday night they will match zation. has been retained to broad- Cleveland Browns and the >
their skill against North The team is staying at the cast a new sports show on late Ernie Davis. Davis, who
rounds Atkins 145
round ; in 4 Larry defeated
Dade and Carver Hotel and is ex- WJZ-TV. The show will be
on Saturday they
Butch Jackson 150, in 6 rounds; Jerry Powers will ;wind the series pected to return to Nassauon < aired for the first time on died of leukemia in 1963.had
been Mackey's close friend [
127, won over Jack Springer 129. against B. T. Washington. Sunday March 21. March 19.Mackey. and roommate at college. ,
of the 1
The Miami end currently a member *
The series in Miami
was Mackey was a member of ,
scheduled to find out, whe- series was arranged by Mr. of the, sports and public
MIAMI BEACH RESULTS: Florentino Fer- the 1963 College All-Star >
William J. Stirrup Athletic relations staff of WEBB will
nandez ko'd Robo Reckley in the 2nd round. ther Bahamian playersare' Director of Booker T. Wash- ( continue his daily radio team that upset the champion '
up to the standard to be ( hat
Packers t
Green Bay J
This fight was booked for ten rounds. The ington. i broadcasts. In addition to
after graduation he ,
best fight of the night was the Eddie Linder (doing his Friday TV spor'tsprogram year signed with the Colts and i

and Carlos Mendoza scrap. This was called a Univ. of Fla. Freedom Party is for the local bott-will earned the honor of top Colt '
draw. It lasted eight rounds; Rory Osea won make ling special company appearances, before rookie and was the only first :

over Linn Johnson in 8 rounds in an opening clubs and youth groups. year man chosen to, play in

bout of 8 'rounds ; Orlando Ruiz won over Matt New Look' :in Campus PoliticsThe Mackey is 23 years old The gue's National Pro-Bowl Football Game. Lea-

Sheffield. and was born in Freeport
Mackey is married to
University of Fla's published its "Freedom New York. He attended former Sylvia Ann Cole of

ORIOLES LIKE BOWEN, BLAIR AND Freedom Party aims to Party: Statement" of Objectives Hempstead where he named High to School"All Washington D.C. They live,
a platform bas- was
"reorient student gov- on Wakefield Road in Balti-
ernment from teen-age ed on three broad areas of "County" "All Metropolitan" more with their seven-month
BOWENS Tied club record for student concern: and "All American"teams
trivia to the real social ,in both football and old daughter Lisa. Mrs.]

homers by a rookie, 22, set originally by Ron problems of campus and First, ligltimate, on- basketball. He was awardedthe Mackey ,is currently working,
Hansen in 1960. ,Hit .400 vs. Yankees and .345 and Florida life." campus student problems: Thorpe Award for ex- on her master's degree in<

vs. Angeles. Four times drove in winning or These words, quoted Freedom Party pointedout cellence in these sports. University.French as, Johns Hopkins''
tieing run with ,two outs in ninth or tenth in- from a statement by Free- student problems housing, bothin
nings. Dev rope'd" into fine rightfielder last dom Party's student pres- off
idential candidate James dorms and campus field of Fine Arts.Acro .
year. After May 6 had only two errors in 126 Harmeling, signal another and offered specific sug- Sponsors Fine "'Un" to Mrs. Blr-

games and made many difficult plays. Had a hopeful sign In the gestions for action. Among dIe' Hall. PTA president,

14 game hitting streak in rookie season. rise of social concern rent these control suggestions to push down were Arts DayThe and Moselv F. Doles;
among Southern students.No principal of Richmond
Attended in longer satisfied with high rents paid by stu- PTA of Rchmond the
Tennessee State University dents from slumqualityoff Elementary, program
individual and small Elementary School sponsors h R sheen doslomed as a
Nashville for three in physical housing stu-
Majored ,
years. group participation on the campus its first annual Fine cultural affair aq well as
educaion. Originally recommended by Fred part of students in the dent government financed Arts Dav Sundav, March an event of entertainmentfor

Valentine who also went there as did Olympic major social issues of the the "urban low quality renewal"housingarea In 28. at 330: pm. In the the entire community. -

champion Wilma Rudolph. Signed by Jim day, a group of studentsat where most off cam- cafetorium of the school .
located at 16929 SW 104th
the includ-
Russo. University, students live liber- All interested persons
ing veterans of the civil alization pus of women's dorm AVP.. Perrine. desirous of attending may

Married he and wife, Pheola, have two rights and peace move- hours and an abrupt end The program will fea- rontart any member of
of the most
have formed ture
ments, a some
the Richmond Elementary
children: Jeffrey and Kimberly. Was allstatein campus poltlcal party the to invasion dorms of plus privacy restriction In- prominent! talents in the PTA.

football, basketball and baseball at dedicated to the destruc- of dorm room leasesto J,
Williston High School in Wilmington, N. C. tion of "Dick-and-J a" n e one trimester, both

Won 12 letters in the three sports. Played foot- student government. abuses of student rights LOW DOWN PAYMENT

ball and basketball at Tennessee State. Deploring the meaning- by the university's ad- i
lessness of campaigns minlstratin.
1762 N.W. 42HD STREET
based on such not-so-
EARL J. ROBINSON Another on-campus
Born : burning Issues as more problem with which the 1
n New Orleans. $10,500 TOTAL $10 MONTH
parking space, more par-
now lives in Castro Valley Freedom Party struggledwas
ties and lower ticket

Rochester, Cal near roster Berkley.but has On prices for campus concerts tape which the incredible has come red to 2 bedrooms, CBS, Fla room, oak floors, tttc. stove, separote -

good chance to make, Wg the Freedom Party be connected with the garagt. No qualifying, no closing costs.
c I u b. Originally signed business of being a stu-
with Dodders for large dent, Freedom sought Trio Realty
bonus, reportedly $60,000 NOTICE NOTICEAll simplification of registration -
Was standout baseball and classes-cut policies, PL 9-8312 691-2868
basketball 'player at Uni- former FTA mem- and class-droppng pro-
versity of California. Led bers of BTW, if possible, cedures.
wr asked to attend the
"Golden Bears" to NCCA are 1
baseball 20th annual Charter Day
tain of title. Was cap- Program, March 25 at
basketball team. ii
a.m. in the school I '
Won 8 letters in h i g h :
school and 5 in college.In auditorium. t
." -- Mamie Williams, A \1 1
1961 was offered Joined Orioles again

contract to play pro bas- last July 20 and gave Men's Day At
'e ban In now defunctBad Birds big lift thru Aug.
\BL. 14 (was hitting. 352) then MacedoniaSunday.
right elbow devel- tailed off at end. Hit .320
ped in 1962 and led to vs. Yankees. March 28 will NOW NITELY
n is demotion to Rochester Married in 1958. He and he annual Men's Day and
that year. Ultimately wife, Lillian married in the men are leaving no
oau arm operated on that 1959. have two daughters, none unturned in tryingto Except Sunday
,fall Michele and Monica. make this the best day

PAUL BLAIR Born in Cushing, Okla. ever.The committee (., *
but now resides in Los Angeles. Led Eastern has arranged a very

League in hitting, .311, and stolen bases, 34, fine program for both RECORD PAYOFF TO DATE
after in International morning and evening service -
opening' season with Rochester :
League. Fine defensive centerfielder. speakers. If you fall to $14,161.60THE

Recalled by O's Sept. 9. Spending winter in hear them you will missa

Army's six month program at Fort Jackson. great treat.

Should be separted by mid-March at latest. The public is cordially

This will be third year in Oriole spring training invited to worship with

camp. Was standout athlete at Manual Arts us.Service starts with the 4'/

High in Los Angeles. Single. Sunday School at 9:30:
a.m. Morning worship at

THIS SUNDAY Isaiah Broxton >
. Is chairman.

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Check oar BOW, lower rate and..* ? financing

----.n--- office and receire
-- BriBff 111..4 to oar a free gift
Metro's Urban Renewal planned for the Negro same low Income, families
' Agency unanimously on section. now living there.Completion D. Goodman and Son, Inc.
rooI Tuesday agreed, to clear With enrollment of of the town- ".........., Real Citato, Mortf a.."
the slum areas next to an houses is more than a' ,
ftaioM tuber AB People Democratic Club
a ,
I ,, / over 1,300, Dunbar occu- but Renewal -
Dunbtar Elementary and year away;
I. make this section the first pies 3.6 acres one of, Director Edwin Tucker 2688 NW 62nd Sreet ::OX 1.0380
I 0t target for a $55 million In the Dade smallest school. sites said the land will be acquired
redevelopment of Miami's County.Jerome before fall
t Central'Negro District Greene, agency
,I Agency members agreed member, said that the TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO "-

buildings that the two on each rows side of old of Dunbar seen by change hundreds will be of CHURCH SUNDAY '

\L 1e1 the overcrowded school thousands of motorists North- JET TV CUNICHOME
will be bought 'and destroyed from the new
; then the space South Expressway exten- JOBS SERVICE CALLS 1.00
motion the
sion. On his
be converted
will for
r i'J school and park use. agency voted to speed up j Male and Female Day or Night i
acquisition appraisals for Fiaest domestic aced coo
third four-acre the Dunbar area. WoSorrlcoAUMakaaofHIFI's
A par-
la this.
aercial jobs area
will be redevelopedwith
cel and STEREOS
Final approval Is expected -
modern but inexpensive -
town houses. by renewal offI- -ALSO- w. AIle !tootTV'
cials In July for this pro- ...
Excellent domestic
The Dunbar section 0.
the week month
runs from NW 20th St. ject.West tags now ia New York and or
: to 21st Terr., between 4th of the school Coaaecticat.Traasportarioa.
$1A Court and Sixth Ave. and about 50 two-story town- 907 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
is just one of the massive houses, replacing over- advaaced
urban renewal projects crowded shacks will sell Phone FR 4-2044
for some $13,000 each. Burlang Associates

Federally backed financing EMPLOYMENT AGENCY --.-." ... .
mrnJumfn"mf Miami0WTVVWWIV -
a W tPJfWIOTI> arrangements will 502 NW 54th Street
esC.ttege' SKIN make the modern homes
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