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: April 2, 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: UF00028321:00362

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Volume 41, No. 30 FRIDAY, APRIL .

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: ',\f: :..'; .,*)*:WKu,;.**+ ,,,,****ff,Av ,. ,. "tw --As .-tW**.w_'..<*4Mv+*' In an historic session staff in Tampa and Jack, nor's Capitol Hive, Burns
; Florida's Cab- sonvllle. -*,.3hpther said:
::: ; i iI1 7 inet met with key memHers School SuperintendentThomas Rutledge of II.the Pearson NAACP, "Everyone of my administrative -
of the NAACP In Bailey said he president assistants has
Tallahassee and discussed had "three or four" on state conference, read a to cover 18 to 20 fields.If .
how to bring more his Tallahassee payroll, four page letter of com-In I set up a special representative
Negroes Into state government and he would hire more plaints and requests. he for Negroes, I
"if the federal govern- a five-point complaint would also have to for
Gov. Haydon Burns and ment ever turns loose emphasized employment, in schools labor, and for agriculture -
other Cabinet members some of that money they and hospitals and in voting and the first thing
promised to employ more have been promising "us in some counties you know I would be
Negroes for their departments for more than a year. merit in surrounded by one-pur-
but Burns refused Burns said that Dr, Sam "I observe pose aides," he said.

to hire a Negro Hand, who runs the some also of your minor concern errors -, In complimenting the
his close staff. State Office of Economic but J
aide for said Burns. "Ne Negro delegation, Burns
that there Opportunity, would hirea said t
Noting are are being hired by
Handis groes
only six Negroes in responsible Negro he said. He the Road Departmentand 'The very' pleasant. ,
.tM A. government under me Patrol." in which you
that the the Highway manner 'I
I7r positions in the state, the also Cabinet pointed had out confirmedhis The State Merit Systemhas make your presentation is

Cabinet members agreed of Clifton several years madeno conducive to cooperationand I
there is room to expand appointment of W est place for race on Its better understanding.
G. Dyson
n"w"n inter-racial employment Palm Beach first Negroto application forms. I caa't help but compareit I.

Treasurer Broward Williams serve on the Board of Urged by Robert Saun- with what is happening -
who announced ders, field director for : in other states. I
Tuesday he had hired his Regents. of State Tom the. NAACP. to hire a Ne- think when it gets out of
first Negro a field investigator Secretary to handle minority control, it shows a lack
: for ,his Miami Adams said he has one his gro problems and set up his of understanding on the .

office said he intends staff Negro and attorney expects on to hire office within the gover part of state leaders." ,
the J
'putting some more on

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Henry Thompson went to .M to Bias in AlabamaStern

work for State Treasurer and .

MISS TAN FLORIDA Representing Florida in the Insurance Commissioner r-'T :

Miss Tan America Pageant In Dallas on April 7.9 will be Broward Williams as the first orders against racial Base just outside Selma. As
Negro to serve in an adminis- j discrimination by any em- 1 he spoke, newsmen were
shapely Dtlores Hayes who, won top honors in the state trative capacity with this de ploye or agency of the federal I handed mimeographed copiesof

test here two weeks ago. Delores Is a senior at BookerT. partment.The government, in Alabama or'' the President's order to all

Washington High and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest 35-year-old Florida elsewhere, were issued by federal officers and employers.
A&M law graduate left a postas President Johnson last Thurs- Defense Secretary Robert S.
Hayes. Glamour Photo. State Board of Health Inspector McNamara later issued ordersto
day night.
to accept the position. The President acted after end discrimination at the_.

Powell Thompson is a BTW High former Florida Gov. LeRoy air base.

: Adam Says...__. ... graduate! and won his B.A. Collins, director of the Com- "I Johnson want to said make in his one order thing:
degree from' Ft. Vane'State munity Relations Service, toldan
in 1956. lie got a law degree unprecedented Cabinet unmistakably and indelibly
Think Big Be Proud from FAMU in 1962. Since meeting that federal employes clear to every department,

then, he has also done sub- 1 verei not adhering to non- every and agency employe, every of office the t
stitute teaching and recreat- discrimination standards in
ion supervision work in Miami.In ATTY. HENRY THOMPSON Selma and other areas of the government of the United

be his new job, Thompsonwill He lives with his wife, South. States. The be either federal the service active
to a Negro serve as a referee in the At the meeting the Presi- nust never
financial responsibility de.ula, and four children at dent summoned reporters into yt passive ally of any who
1735; NW 49th St. lout the Constitution of the
partment. the Cabinet Room, and ordered
Think big, think black 'are better it' they went each official to report directly United States."Regional.
chinof : 1 to Howard universitYi ofgo on his department. customs, local
and think you're a
led,, tradition, personal prejudice or
God." Adam Clayton I In Killed Collins reported discri-
"the shibboleth irediliction are no excuses,

Powell told an applauding Bystander mination in federal offices in
congregation at Bible 1 of Negro sasslety. Selma and Craig Air Force no justification" no defense in

Way Church, Washington, "Be proud you're a his regard.
D. C., Sunday. child of God," he told '

Powell is chairman of I the congregation. Negroes : Blast 1' :'''
have a special right to by Shotgun
the House Education and' rr \,' >.,.), -
said for
he ,
Labor Committee and this pride, '...>'
'they have a peculiar position .. .- .
pastor of the Abyssinia pute fired at the other with a {
In Christianity An innocent bystander wa
Church In New
York Baptist Not that we are better killed Saturday night when one shotgun, and missed.Thirtynineyearold.

think- than white folks, we'reDot of two men in a barroom dir- Clifford
HP said he was Sparta of 3395 Franklii
ing UK when he backed 1 better but we've been Avenue, Coconut Grove, was
Johnson for exposed to so -
Lyndon hit in the abdomen by the
presia.!nt in 1959. so many
so we're not better, but blast from a 12-gauge sawed-
'I knew," he said, we've got a little more off shotgun, said Homicide

"that the only man who awareness of God. We'vehad Detective Andy Giordano.,. .
could between bridge the the bleedinggap North to run to Him a little'aster Booked on charge of firs SM"

and more frequent degree murder was Georg I
South someone
who knew both sides of ly." Cox, 30, of 3407 Thomas Ave ,
the picture." The congressman declared Cox and Thomas Walker,, ptflitf

God always .has 40, of 3328 Williams Ave.,
He said the press cas- +}
Eleanor got something bigger fort were arguing over a woman,,
tigated Roosevelt and the NAACP Negro than a Negro'siream Giordano said. Cox left the

disagreed but "see what's and cited his own Bar Grove, 3434 Grand Ave,

happened." The Civil areer.; went to his home and re- c

Rights Act, the war on "Who would think" he turned with the gun. The
poverty, a new bill to end ;said, "that I'd be standing shooting fbilowed.
voting discrimination and some day holding the Cox then went home and '.,.
"another new bill comingup power of the major domestic LABOR DEPT.INVESTIGATOR. phoned police to pick him r
out the Ku legislation of this \
to wipe 4
Klux Klan and all organ- nation in my hand, the WHS __ \
izations like it." lack boy from Harlem, a UP.Gets
The right attitude, he bUd; of God 20 Years :

continued, is to say, 'I "Who ever thought Mr. Robert Seniors of I
can't believe there's any- tdam Powell, playing Wauchula, Florida has been For Shooting
t>: 'ng in this world with stickball in the streets of promoted to Wage-Hour

God on my side that I tlarlem, would even have Investigator in the Depart- A a. 'h Dade man was -
can't do. And I know he President of the U. 6. ment of Labor at grade OS- given 20 ears in prison Tues- TESTIMONIAL"In
there's nobody in t his :;alling him up regularlyeven the 12 ($19,250-$13,445). He day by Criminal Court Judge HONORED WITH
middle of
world that Is better thanI in" the entered me Department Gene Williams on charges of recognition of hU selfsocrlfclng| dedication and

am." light? through the Federal Ser- assault to commit second de- militant leadership In behalf of human rights and dignity,"

"Don't think with any The congregation added vice Entrance Examinationin gree murder and aggravated the community will pay tribute to Father Gibson Sunday,
animosity,"'' he explained laughed when he 1961 as Wage- Plaza Hotel.
I had August assault. AprIM, 6 p.m., at the DuPont
why my
black."Don't .
about thinking Hour Investigator at grade given
changed the other Robert Singleton has served rector of the 800-mem-
think as a racist, lumber GS-7 ($6,050-$7,850), in sentences for The Rev. Gibson as
don't think with hatred, lay." the Miami Field Office of two shooting seven-year at two policemen and ber Christ Episcopal Church, Coconut Grove, for 19 years.

just think with th e the Labor Department's sentences for As a civic leader, he was Instrumental In many communityand
d" three-year
thatI <> slum clearance, Integration
affirmation Including
racial Improvements
positive Of
W Atlanta, Ga. Regional assault on two
am a ,Negro and I am Rtfistir ToYot : fice. Mr. Seniors is a graduate aggravated of public facilities, school, lunch counters.
proud to be one." \ of Florida A&M University women.Testimony showed that He was president/ of the local branch of the NAACP ba '

Negroes, "think black," : lie served in the Singleton entered a Florida for ten years, was sentenced six months Imprisonment or
Powell said, when they : Mr. brand fine of$1,200 for refusing "testify from NAACP member-
: Haw! # U.S. Army 19541956. City shoe shine shop
themselves The
hold Committee.
don't Seniors and his wife make ishing a pistol with which he ship list" to the Legislative Investigation
superior to darkerskined judgment was reversed by the U.S. Supreme Court
Negroes, or think they f heir home in Miami.i.r threatened the women.

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2 M .jr Aty'TIMES, Friday, April 2, 196!S

.. M X Widow


Off 10 Mecca f W i ? X. .

Mra. Betty X, widow of the husband's assassination.
slain black nationalist leader The friends said she told
Malcolm X, arrived in Jedda, them she would decide about '
Saudi Arabia Sunday enrouteto the leaderahip'after the pilgri
Mecca on a Moslem pilgri mage.
Last yean; her late,husband
mage.During her five-hour stopover 'made the prilgrimage. yy /
in Beirut Mrs. X refused Traveling!: under an as- Rf f
to talk to newsmen.But friends said she is doubting her' by Dr. Saud
earlier statement that she 'Ramaean director general of
would assume the leadership'the Islamic center in' Geneva. '
of the Black Moslem movement Thousands of Moslems are $ ,
made vacant by her currently flocking to Mecca
.For: the annual pilgrimage

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;>> in, :Povertyie&tif Akr of 'z x ,i. .f ,t f.;A 'F.a

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\ 14 m'lhfo'ri-w ri" h 1t.'mnjl in'tea: d 11 n
36 years of age or more year old daughters who
are living In poverty In live at home and about
the United States," Miss 1.2 million other women
Dlanne McKaig. regional who live with relatives.
director of the U. S. Department -
of Labor's Wo- "Recent Women's
men's Bureau said here Bereau data also show I
U.N.C.F. Choral Music Scheduled
This I Is 40 per cent of the that 3.5 million women. Evening of
3R--. _mlllfnn_______u ru r-rino'__U_ .rrw" >i"_ who do not live In a family -
ted to be living In poverty'Y"- group receive less ". ..The night shall be filled.with music. ." Tuesday Thomas Dempt
than $1,500 ," t b eWomen's The Chorale has concertized! throughout the
throughout the nation. a year April fi. as the nationally famous Bethune-Cookman College State of
Bureau official Florida and the eastern seaboard of the United
Concert Chorale of Daytona Beach Florida will be joinedby appearing
"These women are well stated. in Kleinhann
Music Hall-Buffalo, New York; Han-
musical groups from Booker T. Washington Miami Northwestern -
acquainted with the kind
of depressing Impover- According to statlstls- and North Dade High School of this city in a com- cock Auditorium Boston; Carnegie Hall, New York; the
ished existence which Is tics, women -who live In bined concert. Waldorf Astoria Hotel New York; and many other places
t,.... touching the conscience of poverty particularly those The evening of choral music is being sponsored by the of note including a number of colleges and universities.
America." Miss McKaig 'who remain Impoverished 1965 Dade.County Committee of the United Negro College Soloists of the chorale who are to appear on the program
said. About 10.5 million include those who are Fund and will begin at 7:30 in the Miami NorthwesternHigh are: Kathleen Crockett soprano senior Jacksonville,
live In families wit poorly educated and unskilled School Auditorium. 7007 NW 12th Avenue There will Fla; Vinnie Tomlin, soprano senior Dade City Fla.;
income elderly or Infirm, Louise Polka contralto junior Jacksonville Fla
under $3,000 a be no admission charge for this unusual conceit and all ; P. James
year, Including 6.7 million members of a minority friends and music lovers are invited to attend. Jenkins Tenor senior West Palm Beach Fla; William Ash-
wives living with their group, and residents declining of The tnirty-five mixed voices of the gethune-Cookman ford, bass senior, Orlando Fla.; and Clementine Hightower,
husbands, 2.3 more as an economically sophomore from Jacksonville Fla., who
community. College Concert Chorale are under the direction of Mr. recently appearedon
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THE MIAMI TIMES, ,Friday, April 2, 1965 3

Kirtk'Control Clinic l I In ,

II I Opened Her JS

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Two years ago Dr. Daniel or Parenthood Association
O. Hammond, Miami gyneco- of Dade County. I
aMI logist and obstetrician, was "The need of any new ser- ": :'
seeking ways to start a birth vice in a community, primarily ,( 1,
control clinic in view of the is to inform the people ..;1\'. 1'r' ..{- ,
population crises throughout who seek it that it now is ; '- .
the world and the con- available"
tinued need to provide a Information may be obtained -
growing child with adequate from the Planned :..t
) emotional and economic at- Parenthood offices at 220
I tention. Miracle Mile, Coral Gables,
"Distributing birth con- or by calling 4484351. F "
trol literature was not the .\.

F answer," Hammond ex-

plained.In t
pursuit of his goal, the
local physician went to New P
York where he conferred with {
V the Planned Parenthood Federation -

of America.At .
the same time Mrs. II. at e

Franklin Williams, who was
to become president of
Planned Parenthood Associa-
t'Jfj tion of Dade County, had
been campaigning here along
parallel lines.

STUDENT EXCHANGE program sponsored by American they On met Hammond's, consulted return and, tittle Shawna Cheryl Nesbftt, daughter of Mr.Jeff and

Baptist Convention brings students of Bates College of f worked together for the ensuing and''' Judith Nesbitt, 2176 NW 69th Terr., won the first prize i

Lewiston, Maine, for a weeklong visit to campus of' Florida I two years. The clinic in.a baby contest March 21, sponsored by Stewardess Board

Memorial College, St. Augustine. The above scene is fron became a reality last year, Ho. 2 of' Trinity C.M.E. Church, 416 NW 5rh" Avenue. f
the sead-off reception which climaxed the opening Dec. 1
visit recently.NBWYOR.K"ti Little Shawna, now living tn Atlanta, Ga., cane hone
Located at 6241 NW 17th
Avenue, the clinic is known '- for the contest. Shawno and mother returns to Atlanta March

r rk,s ..4w srsplru IS Markowitz Center."Privileged AT FAMU LAW INSTITUTE 31. Shawno was sponsored by Mrs. Juretha Wilson and Mrs.
people have Dacia Howell.
E access to birth control know- Attorney Leander J. ShawJr.
a ledge and are economically ., assistant public defender,
tt&r -" "hking"so;why r r-rth* positioned to acquire contra- Jacksonville, addressed the WOMAN'S CLUB SPONSORS DUGI E'S

tion is a two-way street boat that's been sailing ceptives, "Dr. Hammond 12th annual Law Institute at CANCER FILM
and,',Lloyd Van Blaine and along successfully on this pointed out. "We direct our Florida A&M University, ; GUEST HOUSE
efforts: toward the indigentand Thursday, March 18, on "The
Selwyn Joseph who recently formula for half a century. The Education Committeeof ,
bought Harlem's' famed Two weeks ago the low' income patients- Public Defender Views the the Richmond Heights The house of fantastic, al
Frank's Restaurant are white workers at Frank's those who generally'are unInformed Administration of Justice." Woman's Club will sponsor a well as immaculate rooms.
having no trouble in traveling sent the new Negro ownersa and have no means The two-day institute was film on cancer entitled mind"A
to become familiar with control sponsored jointly by the "Million "Keep us In
in both directions. note expressing their Club", Monday, April
When they acquired the pleasure at working their ." College of Law of Florida 5, at 8:15 p.m. at Frank C. better place, we challenge -
5J-ycar-old and informing them that Exactly what does the A&M and the Lambda EpsilonChi Martin Elementary School,
dining spot to find,
clinic do? Legal Fraternity. The you
also integrated they .would stay as long as 14250 Boggs Drive Richmond
they an -
staff of 14 -white the proprietors wanted Supposing you a married theme was "The Administrationof Heights. The film will last You may search this town,
were in need of Justice." Atty. Shaw received end the other
waiters and bartenders and .them. They also added woman professional approximately thirty minutes on. to ;
6 Degrees. FrOm;1I1e start; ... hat thl'Y found them "ideal. consultation.. Yourinoproedoe&n't the B.S. degree from afterwhich there will be a The oceomodatlons, youreceive.
permit 'to West Virginia State College ,
the ttrworlj for. ::; you question and answer period.
M of they I)resisted': i onalista'Pressure to Since ""1hey acquired seek the services of a physician and the LL.D. from Howard I Doctors from the American ,
fire the whites and replace' ,the spot. Von Blaine =reports for this type of need. University. He has served as |Medical Association will be You find only In this
them with'Ne-groos. ," business has increased You would be admitted.For assistant professor of law at i there to entertain all quest- brother. i
: with ( those who cannot Florida A&M and as a memberof .
Negro customers -
"Why talk about equalityon flocking there who afford to pay the servicecan the New York Youth Board. ions.Many thanks to the. Frank Open 24 hours a day I

one hand and don't. never patronized Frank's be obtained free of He holds membership in the (C:: Martin P.T.A. for allowing 2941 N.W. 47th Street |

practice it on the other before. Many of them told charge.) American Association of as to show this informative JAMAICA DUGIE, \
said Von Blame, who hast him that '''they were happy Medical procedure is in Professors and Alpha Phi |film Always a friend '
been in the restaurant that owned four steps; A complete me- Alpha Fraternity, Inc. 1
.fnr nvor. ID v !_nra. .. **1I/..... _. .Negroes_ ,. .L.now. '-..__ .. rlir-nl; htfltnrv nr thn.fipnt
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have mixed clientele who to lend their j 'support by is-t k'1 1 ; 1 is followedby 7
find the service to there their patronage. a pelvic examination a
.. cancer test and finally, appropriate 1

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1 fr. ;;). @.: I -advice.-
.. .. The rhythm method approved -
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w"i>" 1" .. .: .'!.'. i is ,among th PJ l irth pon-
trol methods offered at the
HOME SERVILE CALLS $1.00 clinic.
Clinic hours at Markowitz S
Day or Night Center are 1 to 4 p.m.,Tues- r sa ? t
day and Thursday and again RENTAL 00 '
w. Servic All Makes W
Thursday evening from 6 to I '
HI-FI', and STEREOS 8. The center is open for

w. Ale Ret information and supplies
Tuesday afternoon and from
TV'. by the week or monthiifjw:2idiy Q a.m. to noon, Saturday. AMICYJML
Both Negro and white
patients attend the clinic,
: ii added Dr. Hammond, who is

;." .:: 'Phl .. .'FR44 Negro staff members include -
Dr. Stanley Johnson, l
'M Miami gynecologist and obstetrician HON. L. L. BROOKS
who served two
years with the Planned Parenthood PRESIDENT DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.

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Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE City Alice, Missouri Matthews, and a public Mrs. 4 'J1 J GEGRGP'P,NARTH, GENERAL MANAGER

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Perrine CE 5-3553
1675 N.W. 62nd St. OX 6-2467
1019 HoRtmandville. Rd.
3801 Grand Ave. HI 5-1381
Pompano WE 3-3235
4240 N.W. 27th Ave. NE 5-3466
14255 N.W. 22nd Ave.
2026 N.W. 75th St. 696-3322
Opa-locka MU 8-0617
4 I 2060 N.W. 3rd Ct. FR 1-5995

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) H.E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher
encec In Yard, awnings, carport
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor The April issue of the Palm Branch, official organ of

Member of tho National Newspapers Publishers Association the Episcopal Church in the Diocese of South Florida Beautifully Landscaped
carries. a very interesting story of the ancient Spanish '
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Monastery at 16711 W. Dixie Highway, now owned by the '2780 NW' 61St.
ONE YEAR.$5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $$6.00 Dioee...of South Fla.the Rio Rn. Henry I. Louttit, Bishop.

Entered oa Second Class Mott.r, August 9, 1927 at tho Post The Monastery is now the mission of St. Bernard 'ofSacrament. PRICED TO SELL Hit-Ills
Office at Mloml Florida, under .. oct of March I, 1876 .. Rev. Harold A. Batchelor Vicar.
A strange story surrounds the history of the Monastery

Office at 6740 N.W, 15th Avenue Phone OX 1-0421 of St. Bernard of Sacramenia. It becomes even stranger
when the Diocese of South Florida, in cooperation with one
.t "CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" of her mission congregations, suddenly finds herself owner GET THE TIME BY MAIL ONLY $5.80 PER YEAR
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America con bast load of this ancient Spanish monastery. The monastery was built
the world from racial and notional antagonism when ,ft -
in 1141
.. Alphonso VH.Emperor of tie Holy Roman Empire,
to ovary man regardless of roc., creed or color his
for the Cistercian monks. .
human and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-tho the FOR.
In 1925 William Randolph Hearst purchased monastery : HOME STUDY COURSE
press strives to help In tho firm bollof that
Negro ovary man each of
and had it dismantled piece by piece, piece :
all man ass hurt as long as anyone Is h.ld back.
stone being marked and separately crated. The, monastery : CIVIL SERVICE EXAMSP.O.
rOlU necJ-10,751 crates of it-in a New York warehouse. '
During the great depression when Hearst needed his ,mil- : 174 Branch
Box -e- Graiigny
What A Request? "lions for vast newspaper and magazine empire, two real :
estateddevelopers- purchased the monastery and brought it : Mia.i, Florid. 33168DO

"Men,. never so likely I to settle a question I rightly as by boat to Miami. :

wh.n they discuss It freely." Macau I ay, 1830. Faced with the job of re-assembling the monastery the YOU WANT A BETTER FUTURE?. .. .. . .

The Louisiana white Citizen's Council according to craftsmen hired for the job..discovered that when the stones WOULD YOU PREPARE FOR GOVERNMENT WORK? ,.

its Secretary Ned Touchstone, has asked President Johnson had been uncrated in New York, to destroy contaminated hay If so, fill out this form and mall it today to the above address -
to use war-on-povcrty funds to help Negroes move away from in which they were originally packed, they had not been even If you have failed before, you may qualify
the South or start business in Africa. replaced in the crates as numbered. The result: the world's '
"Use the war-cn-poverty funds to correct the inequitiesand largest jigsaw'puzzle. It took 19 months-and$1.5' million- Date.. .. .... .. ... 196... .. ...

heartaches caused by racial imbalance," the council before the 36,000 stones of the ancient building were Nome. .... .. ... ... .. ... '..Phone No. .. .. .. .

laid, with emphasis on voluntary participation. finally fitted back together, in their new location. Address. .. .. .. .. .. .. CIty and State .. ... ..
t, Racial conflicts occurred the council said, "only in Today, in 20 acres of beautiful tropical gardens just : Age..Marital Status ... .No. of Dependents... .

,.. those areas where there are more Negroes than the local north of Miami, this monastery is the oldest structure made 1. Did you finish grade .choal?. .... ..Hlgh SchoolCollege ... ..
standing not only in the United States but
economy can support, or where there is a natural conflict by Europeans ,
. ..
in the entire The was
western hemisphere today. monastery
between We the doubt cultures of Negroes vastly different are interested peoples.in moving to 351 years old when Christopher Columbus set sail to find 2. Do you really want to work for the Government? .. ...

\ Attica or any other many place. As Americans, we see. them want- the New World! Filled with ancient art treasures, the monas- 3. Have you taken a Civil Service Exam? . Results ..
ing to live right here in America. Just give them rights and tery, now the home of an Episcopal congregation is also avery What kind of work would you like to do? .. .. .. .. "

opportunities the same as are given white Americans and important tourist attraction. 4. Have you studied for a Civil Service Exam?... .. .. .

there should be no racial problems. S. Are you a veteran?. .. .. .Do you draw disability? .. .. _

; Governor George Wallace has agreed to meet with a He said "I tweak his tail 6. Would you b. willing to spend a little money for the

group of civil rights leaders to discuss voting and other PHIL OSSOPHERHow and the other end barks. materials you would use? .. .... .
matters including acts of police brutality. This is at leasta What goes on between I 7. Would you sincerely go through this training UNTIL

beginning at better race relations. When the executive and does one prove I do not know." : you reached success? .. ... ..

his citizens can sit 'down and discuss' their problems, thereis there is a God to the The materialist acknowledges :, I. Who kind of work do you do now?. .. . .. .. .... .. .

every possibility of some solution. materialist who says he and uses the 9. What hours do you work at the present? . ... .. ..
Alabama's Senator Edward Horton has asked white andNeJl'o rejects everything that his atom and electricity with- :
If will fill out this form, mail It to us wa will return,
leaders to forget the past and solve Alabama's racial physical senses cannot out being able to see or
problems with moderat ion. He notes that "change is here." perceive? Such a projectis understand them. Why, then : notify you as what you can qualify for, approximately how
Somehow, someway, we are going to have to tackle this indeed difficult, for should he deny the existence : long It will take you to prepare yourself and the low-low
problem, face it and solve it. To which we hope a 11 con- even the Bible tells us of a greater power : cost of our service."SUCCESS" .
cerned will say Amen, Senator. "No one hath seen God at which created all things : can be yours If you are willing to prepare
0- anytime. (John 118.) including them at least : for It. Write to the above address Immediately.PRINTING .
y It seems to me that the without a thorough investi. :
Meanwhile President Johnson's Poverty Program seemsto only method of convincingsuch gation? -
\ be moving very well in Louisiana's sister state Mississippi. a person is by proving -
In the town of Corinth the program undertaken by State to him that he really does
.rSenator James Dean and other members. of the local Urban believe in some things I,
Renewal Agency had made 'a big success of urban renewal which his physical senses 1
in northeastern Mississippi,even at a time when Mississippi cannot perceive. He has
'i state legislation adopted a general law. prohibiting most seen the powerful weapons
f public housing and urban renewal projects because of into- created through the spUtI I

; gration. ting of the atom. He ac-
\1{ The school dropouts program provides a 20hourweekjob cepts these as existing I ?
I at $125 an hour, provided the student attends school at and in order to be consistent 1
'.\ least ten hours a week. Both white and Negro students take he must also acceptthe I

; the courses. existence of the atoms
'' Mississippi has little to boast of in race relations. themselves, which like

1 However, several municipal delegations from North and God no one has ever seen.
I South have been dropping in to see how successful their Everytime he switcheson

program has been. So at least that's a bit of good news. .* lamp he is acknowledging AS LettM O..se1/
Louisiana might find such a program helpful. the existence of t eit e

-0 electricity, a great power
which man uses, but can-
J Keep Our City Clean not fathom. Thomas Edison
who was one of the fore-

,I While the authorities are responsible for keeping our most authorities "on electri- we Prht Ewytfeiig Except Moisyy \:
city and county clear of garbage and other objectionable city, was once asked to ,

rubbish including old automobiles goes on, we hope no section explain electrical power.
He replied(in )
." will be overlooked. essence
by asking his questionerto
One riding around some parts of the northwest sectionis
just about tired of seeing heaped-up empty beer cans and visualize a dog whose
: bottles near or in front of some places. Certainly, this is front legs were in one city
hind in another.REDUCE .
1\ is not necessary. There should be receptacles big enoughto -end_ legs g aik >

hold such things until the garbage truck comes around.

At some places, two or three care have been resting
quite near the street for some. years. Los. t p te S pods 1 DAY SERVICE

Another hazzard we have been told stout is three or ...ad7

more condemned houses that attract wayfarers to the an- DrlxrasIMS
noyance of residents in the neighborhood.
Congratulations to the city for the job it is doing in i.w. tat sc

removing old automobiles from our streets. FR 34748 Cards
There are several lots that should also be cleaned up. '
It appears that only in certain sections lots are kept clean.
Some of our people living in apartments should know Y
better than to throw cans and other things out of windows. .

Place them in your garbap (cans, boxes or ,what have you, Tickets
and trucks will remove them.
.y "Cleanliness is next to godliness." P0 Mw1JTY;: A

nity and the College of Law rk :fti ,as 4c'
SPEAKS AT FAMU of Florida A&M University.
LAW INSTITUTE The theme was "The Ad- Programsar
ministration of Justice" FLI-IW $ ,

"The United States *$ei rtrf f H.MoeH.Y.
Attorney Views the Ad- Il.ih;/ .** UtI
ministration of Justice"was K I Qtfre

the topic of an address Attractive 'Aher*.
delivered before the 12th to!$Bret Adiitiowa '.'
Annual Law Institute at
*Lf Us 0.wel! iiYwr '
Florida A&M University,
Wara Oet'
Friday by Attorney James
Hews* mi troth a
Matthews of Miami. He isa
Levels New HewoCeil
native of Tallahassee andreceived
U* far Feeta' Moat .
both B.S. and LL. of M Beil4te*

", A&M B degrees University.from: Florida He is G_ B..k ?iw.weGg 6740 X.W. 15th Av '

presently serving as Assis- *. :
tant United States District STANLEY BUILDERS :
Attorney, Miami and Associate '
7 ,
Judge of the Municipal Phone
Court of Opa Locka. Ltc..i.J bs.rei. w. OX 10421I ; >

The legal institute was ., M* HG'E. 74thStr..f" '1':; ; j( .,,: .. t""" ,',:'I! ', .:.,. 'f.(', ;,.. Ut ;',. .," 'f1 .;t ";" ,
sponsored by the- Lambda .t. l < \ d ,. *' '<'
i Jr t'{ 'If)! (r-.4. 4f "
Epsilon Chi Legal Frater- ATTY. JAMES MATTHEWS -***** >,<, *

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Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kent Win GrantGirl
entertained out of town end .
local guests an an elaborate Scouts of Troop
party in their Liberty City m 409 have just received a
home last week. Reader's Digest Foundation
A gift of Those present were: Mr. and' Grant to carry on their
a staSned-glass
window worth 900 Mrs. Lawrence Walker, Mr. I' program at Jollivette Plaza
pounds (|21,520)) Is on its way from Cardiff William Tend, Norwalk Senior Center.
Wales for the church! ..bombed in 'Birmingham Conn. houseguest of the The $125 award will
,In 1963 In which four children Were killed. Elmer Kents; Mr. and Mrs. enable the troop to install
An appeal fund organized in Wales Ernest Sweeney: Detroit a public address system to
raised Mich. Mrs. 'Edward Pearson, -
; effective
the The permit more pro- f
money. window depicts Christ's suf- Cleveland, Ohio, houseguest'of j gramming.Mrs. .
fering on ,the cross. It measures nine feet by Mr. and Mrs. M. Sweeney, I -b James I. Keller,
seven, and is in twelve sections. Mrs. David Jenkins,' Pitts Jr., president of the Girl
While Link president Buraice Kemp was burg, houseguest of Mr. and. South Council of Tropical
entertaining loyal members Mrs. William Acree Mr. and Miss Jacquelyn Lewis, Florida,reports this projectat .
from a telephone call Mrs. John Rodgers,Mr. and Mrs. a charming senior at North Jollivette Plaza was Benny L. O'Berry take
Greenville, S. C. relayed the good news Frank Stokes, Mr. and Mrs. Dade High School, is com- conceived by the girls this method to sincerely than
that Maude Reid, of our local chapter had Den Moore. peting for the honor of themselves.' In order to the many friends who remem
been elected Southeastern Area Chairman of Also Mr. and Mrs. Richard "Miss Cinderella" for qualify for the grant. Troop bered him with flowers, telegrams
Links, Inc. Congratulations, Maude. McGhaney, Mr. and, Mrs. 1965. Miss Lewis is active 409 submitted background cards, and visit,
Mr. and Mrs J. R Joseph Harlan, Mr. and Mrs. in many organizations at information on the service during his illness and confinement I
Taylor had am their Frank Jones, Mr. and Mrs. her school among which are project with an item-by- for 18, days in th
houseguest last week Mrs. Mamie Moses and Curtis Richardson, Mr. and the PAM Club, the Forensic item budget on how funds Christian Hospital. He is a'
Mrs. Josephine Willis of Asheville, N.C Mrs. Nathaniel Johnson, Mr. Society, the HospitalityClub would be used if its request home convalescing says
Our warmest get well wishes are for Dorothy nd Mrs. David Collins Mrs. the Majorettes, and received approval. all of these friends will b<
Chaney, Mary Walker, Yvonne Bryant, Betty Givens, Mr. Joe Blue, Tri-Hi-Y. In addition to Twenty-one Girl Scout thanked formally at a late
D. Alfred Stewart and Richard Wallace. Mrs. Rosa Saville, Mrs. Pearl club participation. Jackie, troops across the nationare date.
Lester,Miss Catherine Carter, as she is called by her being granted such I
Mary Ford Williams has returned to the and Mrs. Agnes Pierce. friends, was crowned "Miss funds this year. In 1964,
city after attending the funeral of her sister Hostess for Mrs. Kent was Homecoming for 1965." two troops in the Tropical 1.
in Pittsburgh.Real Mrs. Joseph Harlan, sister of Jackie has plans for Florida Council received \
Estate) Board met at the Rudolph l ut- Mr. Richard McGhaney. entering college in the fall, awards and the successful
and',she is interested in application by Troop 409 I
loms last with
Sunday Sonny Wright as host
PALM SUNDAY TEA social work and speech makes this the only councilin
Mr. Wright recently attended the regional therapy. the United States with j
meeting of Realtors in Atlanta, Ga. where The Senior Pulpit Aid Boardof Jackie is the daughterof this record of'achievement.
plans were malde for the national convention Greater Bethel AMB Church Mr. and Mrs. Jasper P. Troop 409 is led by Miss
which convenes in Denver, Colo during the cordially invites you to attend Lewis of Opa-Locka. Elizabeth Jones.LOOKING .,
its Eighteenth Annual
Cinderella search; :
month of August.Threeyearold Palm Sunday Tea, April 11, is sponsored by Zeta Phi
Ivern Kennedy Sweeting will 4-6 p.m. 245 N.W. 8th St., Beta Sorority, Inc. as bene- FOR A GOOD
celebrate his fourth birthday with friends at first floor. Prizes will be fit project for its scholarship ..."" ,
the home of his parents, Stanley and Inez :iven. fund.AT68.4 t.'
Sweeting.Mt. Mrs. Margaret Carey, pre '\I '.,
sident. Try Lounge & Res- titilt v ,
Tabor's Youth Choir will be attending' taurant. Imported Beer and ,
the State Baptist Convention in Daytona Beach Cites, ji:Shw 'Appr.cIstIsa- Wines. _: --'&....., ';'tJ'yv..q

next weekend. Last the ,:. .
year choir won the >> 6010 .H.W. 22nd Avenue the SHORTY-$35
"banner" for excellence in singing. Our good ,-..}' "''*'.';: >,;,. "i/o:, ,'VF"( '&I. G." "'"
wishes go with them this year. Dora Smith is : ) >tti", II.'l_:_.,, _u,. tg Yoengbloods For convict Illu.U.Ud Catalog
f' -' '' -must"l\ot MtcUlo hair Styl..,Wlf.,H.lf ce|
the civic minded happen to
president of Youth Group, Roscoe Speed, A group This end attachment Send name 'aiddr
the director. .:citizens, headed by Neal Father Gibson, the committee ..*. It'* your FREE up
The 'Adams, has planned an appreciation said. Since his contributions EGISTER TO VOTE r. uit./just writ., Prod. 'Inc.
Friendship and.. Civic.. Clubgave.a in Gol Medol Ho;
have helped people
"pool" for the Rev. every Jt Bill 35, N.Y.
Dpt. S. ,"
testimonial program honoring Madams Theodore Gibson in recognition walk of life, the group has
Marjorie Wake, Miriam Stirrup, Alice Butler, of the sacrificial and designed an inclusive plan >r
and ''Dena Goodman Pickett for their out tireless service he has given that should reach everybody. I
standing services to the club and the com- this community.The The pUrpose is to raise
committee feels that sufficient funds to send g Ry tiow
munity. The program was held at the Hamp- Earl's )
too many times those who lay Father Gibson on an extensive :
ton House where guests of distinction paid their all on the altar of sa trip, and to express the 5 I
special tribute, to these ladies. Mrs. Pickett'swas crifice-their means, time and appreciation of the public for Ka 4 rq OYIeb 0
paid in absentia because at.the time she very life-are too often forgotten his services.Contributions. !\ 4 .
was confined to the hospital. with less than "thank may be sent ; t
you" from the many whom they to Neal Adams at 4825 NW '
Comforting thoughts are for the Moss family '
Where eLi and friends
serve. 27th,Ave. new meet t
; ; Mary Ford Williams, the Culmer family,

the Boyer family:' :.and.:.the Ldttlefields in .the : : i EARU. EttfARBS, PROP. "
Civil Service SeepHoasekeepersElevatorOperators : |
loss of their lnvedOness .-; j J_ r ::... .,. : | ff: Wg 4'S, Y : ,ayn
On this Sunday evening, at'; 6 o'clock: >the. i :1 PtfMt 79H422'-' '. 44M ff.W.' TTH AVE;:
NAACP is honoring the Rev. Father TheodoreR. .

Gibson with a testimonial banquet at the ..
The Board of U.S. Civil (65). This announce
DuPont Plaza Hotel. Guest speaker will be Service Examiners at the ment may be obtained at the #" ##" ###" #" '#" '

William "Bill" Baggs, editor of the Miami Veterans Administration Hospital Veterans Administration Hospital :
Daily News. Coral Gables, announces Coral Gables; from the :
Happy Birthday to Mia Jeanine Campbell, that applications for an examination Civil Service Information Office 4 The "THIRDS" Proudly Prciont ;
located in the Federal
Dianne Dyer, William Brown, Dereah Ed- and Elevator for Housekeeping Operator positionsat Aid Office Building, Room 804, "A KNIGHT NASSAU"t i
wards, Albertha Godfrey, Jacquelyn Tooks, Federal agencies in the 51 SW 1st Avenue; U.S. Post
and Harold Jollivette Jr. South Florida area will be ac- Offices that are designatedCivil THtM ANNUAL
Blanche Dean was hostess to the Cwest cepted from March 30, until Service Examining sl"vJU.'i
Club on Tuesday evening at her home. further notice. AU persons Points; or Civil Service Com
Mr. and Mrs. Malvin Bruce of Newport, R. interested in Federal employment mission Offices.
in such positions in the
Costume Dance and Show
I., enroute to San Diego, Cal., are spending a South Florida area are urged -

few days sightseeing with Henry and Jewell to file for this examination. Relax! Cmdb Frimtf,., a...c........ .}

Young. Applications will be ac-: Clifford Brown's. Embraceable : l
Joseph W. Thompson is bedded at Veter- cepted from all persons regardless You with .. (
ans Hospital in Coral Gables. of race color, sex, strings make a cool drink ..
Airman Charles M. Tucker, 1963 North- creed Entrance or national level salariesare origin. well worth Its fare At .

western grad and son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar $1.36 per hour. the SATELLITE.hear this collector'sitem Yo. ley

Tucker of 3307 NW 50th St. has completedAir Details concerning the requirements can nattily with no
Force basic military training at Lackland further information strings attached: MakeIt
will further technical train- about the positions to be
AFB, Fla. He get !
filled and instructions howto
Amarillo AFB Tex.
ing at I
apply are given in Civil C222 NW 7th Avenue
Mrs. Isabel Long Strickland, mortician at Service Announcement Number

Ardmore, Pa., is recuperating with her aunt. H
and uncle Mr., and Mrs. Nathaniel Johnson, I .
7420 NW 14th Ave. Mrs. Strickland is the

nrpm'dent of the Main Line branch of the -.free Ham Free Ham _

NAACP. She is also a member of the Gover- ,' { ', .
nor's committee on Children and Youth of the tt tt
State of Pennsylvania being appointed last : EASTER BLOOD DRIVE .

year by Governor Scranton.The URGENT CALL FOR BLOOD tenet Novmnu ran HOUOUUM .... nttxuFREE :

Northsidle Optimists Cub will give a P ,. DONORS NEEDED ; ROAST PIG BARBECUE
free 9-pound canned ham to all blood donorson I, ,

Sunday at 4860 NW 7th Ave. It's in coop- SUNDAY, APRIL 4 ,';,/ .,,
eration with Mt. Sinai Hospital. 4869 2 GREAT NIGHTS
,. :
April Birthdays: Mattie D. Simpson 3; Al "
bertha Clarke 9 ; Mr. and Mrs. John White, _.,' (Between hours 9 0.... 4 p.m.) ,< :

14 ; Annie Mae Ashley 19 ; Clarence Ashley t 4 Friday Night, April 2nd

20 ; Robert Thompson 23. FREE :, Do not eat FREE : Saturday Night, April Sri

Congrais to newly weds Naomi Rogers and 9-LB 9-LB : TMI SIR. JOHN HOTll t
Charles Boykins who were married last Thurs. CANNED .". .,' for 4 hours < CANNED 4: KNIGHT BEAT j \
before giving blood

day.Mrs.. Mae Wood underwent surgery at Jack- HAM ,. .''' -i. HAM :4 4i. .:. I

son Hospital Friday, March 19 and is now at 0 EACH BLOOD'DONOR .: : "
s. 1 !f
2965 NW 49th St.
her home 4 RESERVATIONS, FR 3-3JS1 '
Mr Albert (Yvonne) Bryant of 4610 NW Sponsored by Northshore Optimist Club

r;18th Ct. is convalescing at Cedars of Lebanon !I. cooperation with Mt. Sinai Hospital. 1


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TILLIE ALLEN Orchard Villa Beauty Salon 30 N.W. 5th St. 18206 S.W. 182nd St.
) : Jj% Tillie's I Beauty Studio
1043 ) .W. 3rd Ave. LUREL A. JULIUS
LAURA BLUE Sunlight School of Beauty House of Beauty Hi Hat Beauty Salon
M & M Beauty Salon 1113 N.W. 3rd Ave. 1031 t4.W.6th St. 14202 182nd St.

1172 H.W. 62nd St.

Dorothy's Beauty Solon 201 N.W. 14th St. LUELLA M. CLASPER
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-.- .. -'--' ,. -'-" ._ ._ --- McBride Beauty Solon I Alice's Beauty Salon

.c/lilc.i A. < Wana&uana of Scanty FRANCES BRYANT ELLA GERTRUDE LESEHE 221 N.W. 10th Ave. 512 N.W. 18th Ave.Bryant' .

Salon Orchard Villa Salon
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6204 N.W. 23rd Ave. 3382 S.W. 37th Ave. 3807 Grand Ave. 14644 Lincoln Blvd.

APPAREL FOR SALE Sue's Beauty Salon Sherries Beautyrama
Simons House of Beauty Bryant's Beauty,Salon I
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6500 N.W. 15th Ave. 1831 N.W. 3rd Ave.
"Champagne taste, beer pocket Come to Grace'swhere
you'll find like-new exclusive: dresses, LEONA MRS. SIDNEY JOHNSON
suits, skirts, blouses, shoes all original. $1 to $5 DAVAS ELLENDER SIMON OPALOCKANELLIE La Petite Beauty Shopp
Mink, fox and other stoles and fur jacket $5 to $10. Pearl I Beauty Shop Simon'. House of Beauty 14040 Jackson St.
Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collar $5. Preteen 201 N.W. 14th St. 6500 N.W. 15th Ave. M. HORNE!
dresses $1. Men's pure Italian silk suits. $3 and $5. Nell's Beauty Salon ELOISE MALDON
Blue serge suits $5. Sports jackets $2. Pants, shoe HELEN HARRIS DOROTHYE IRENE WATKINS 2220 Rutland St. Cherie's Beauty Ra.aRe..lda'
$1. Skirt 60c. Also linens, drape, bedspreads and Beauty Shop
Hi Hat Shop
Lincoln Blvd.
Beauty 14640
other household items. New suits $10, pants 2 for <'
$7, evening dresses $2. We cater to the elite. Grace 1751 N.W. 3rd Ave. 18202 S.W. 182nd St. RERRIHE MILDRED SHELTON c. I


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"- HUU. Whit ChHrch in Selma

A TrcmeiidoNS DI.I l SLOW ME DOWN, LORDSlow Admits Negroes

No Qvalifyiiig32GQNW2BSTH me down, Lord. I am going too fast,. On Sunday the St. Paul men-who were with them talked
I can't see my brother when he's walking episcopal Church in Selma, with the rector and ushers
past. Via., which turned away Negroand about their churches and
STREET I miss a lot of good things day by day; white civil rights workers hometowns, exchanging jokes. .
he previous two weeks, be-
I A beautiful 2 bedroom Iike-new ho... Schools and Slow me down, Lord I want to see came:: the first Protestant ,,
shopping''' easily reached. $500 down $66 Month pays More of the things that are good for: me. hurch;: in thai City to admit

mortgage! texts and Insurance. MOVE RIGHT IN. A little less of me and a little more of You, Negroes Four Negroes to worship and 10 services.whites, oooooooooooooo
635-4595 I want the heavenly atmosphere to trickle most of them clergymen, en- HAT BOX
through.Let t ered the church almost unlotlced. -
Watch for "Grand
l brother when the going is As they walked In an Opening
help a Hats" for
me ladies
almost full church, an usher and
rough; ihook their hands and welcomed children.
When folks work together life isn't so : them.

tough. The rector of the church.he 6318 N.W.15TH AVENUE
ee ulssssune msm>Imsl s iss ss sstnrslasr nrirsssins asssssls Slow down Lord, so 1 can talkWith t; Rev. T. Frank Mathews
r me ** Friday, Saturday &
"Reconciliation. Sunday
of Your angels. Slow me downto ipoke on
some Remaining in front of the 9-9 pm
a walk! hurch for a few minutes the

..C'.e-st __&, 1..'l9n trlUe' !: : Courtesy M. Ellison Negroes: and the white clergy- OOOOOOOOOOOOOO"Your

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Grandmother SS'1"lta. '. .'::::Y..:. ..':. Charlie was concerned a Negro on his kneesor
a.' .:S.It.. a dead Negro was alright'
.S .
Loses $3,044.12in : .Y.ti As. time went by the younger set of Negroesgot
,.j 4.. a little tired of waiting on the Lord and
::::. "Freedom Now 1 Freedom
::;: : started to shout
"Pigeon Drop 5 Y!,. Now! We Shall Overcome." The new generation -

e ii: :.ti: itititi'i; got interested In education; even got edu-
A 55-year-old widow and grandmother in Tampa lost her :.. .}} ::.:::? cated. During this time the NAACP was born.
life's savings of $3,044.12 Monday morning. two slick con .SS: and other more militant organization arose.
The victim was identified as Mrs. Flossie Cnimitie. Bjr ALBKKT W. COOKE I heard a prayer, a simple prayer <== "Thte
2303 11th Ave., police said. Lord is shepherd I shall not want.Preen
Mrs. ;rumitie, who is sick and unable to work, told I heard a prayer, a simple prayer "Our my
dom Now I heard simple -'We
a song a song
police and a Florida Bulletin newsman the following Father. I heard a song, a simple song -
story: "
She went to Ybor City to pay a utility bill and was.cm- "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen." I Shall Overcome. The wind whispered "Thisis '
fronted! by two young women who claimed to have found a heard a choir singing Amen, Amen, Amen, Our Father's World." Amen.-COUSINS
large sum of money. They offered to share the money with >Amen, and to me came the realization that (To be continued next week)
her, saying that they worked at the Broadway National Bankon
E. Broadway.The His eye is on the sparrow; He's got the whole --

victim was persuaded to withdraw all but $25 from world fint hi3.band..Amen fflWe.. .shaIL. oyercomeAme ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooj
her savings and checking accounts. The con-women took the :; ,: <;./,:', >::)<:: : : \::::, ? ) ;,: 't: Z
money with and their said"bossman.they had"to go upstairs in the bank to divideit .A''da1'k tJoul could'fin
Mrs. Crumitie did.not know what had happened to her outlet,. tt )mean '4f e cap'not .u ..wcekdnya
until bank-closmgtime when she asked to see the president.A anyway. The only time that "Charlie" would These Specials
reward of.$600 has been offered for'information leading to let him rest was on weekends, and man those
the arrest of the women.That's colored people had a "Boss" weekend; like WE WILL TRADE!!!
the old game, of course, that usually goes along "their runneth over." Come Friday even-
with the season. Some folk play the horses, some the dogs, cups together and formed a "set" a OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 1-6 P.M.
ing they got
and some play people. Middle-aged and older people are the COME BY AND SEE US
weird "set." let themselves And all
ones that they pick Miamians, beware! They go.
God's colored children got rhythm. 1228 NW42ND STREET

'., Like the Id took control. The Id suppressedthe BRAND NEW 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Bank financing.

'U-wMBi- ego and demanded a drink; then another 263 NW4IST I STREETA
and still another one for the road, a n d s o beauty, $350 down, FHA.
colored folks got a reputation for "balling" on 1812 NW liST STREET
l 1490 weekends. Come Saturday morning the wives NO QUALIFYING $500 down.
and kids headed for town to get the coming
.,; week's supply and to socialize Let's faceit. --0--
ilill III: ;QW f;mar it I ;;;;,...H.w. ,_
Downtown where "You may find somebodykind 1441 NW90TO STREET
Is where .the ACTION isBusiness t o help and understand you; someone 2 lovely bedrooms and pool. $500 down, $89 month.

'.,., ; who is just like you and needs a gentle handto NO QUALIFYING.
-E" .JI" ",." :rt': ; > then
.if <''1 "'" 1I1 > it" i L',', guide them along Naturally, as you
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There was only one place better than A gorgeous home, 2 car garage"STUDIO apartment
1' ..... 1 it1J Downtown-Church. Yes sir buddy, Old Rev. 8 NO QUALIFYING. $250 down.
.;, :j "i ,1 r ,i' 1ffift''kW Jones sure did know how to make the sisters
:< '" f' ',, 'f OTHERS THRU FHA OR
; OF
J S: "; t j r 'j and brothers feel good. ,And man those songs WE HAVE HUNDREDS
wore the most rp.ar"soul music.." Old rJncle BANK OR NO QUALIFYING.
w fP'W.eMean 'i Tom got a chance t'o stomp his feet, 'Jinie
Bell could clap her hands and all the sisters OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING SATURDAY & SUNDAY!
in the corner could shout
: and brothers amen ALL DAY
r'v. and sing Amen, Amen, Amen, Amen, Arnett.iC.l'ac ..
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when 'they,:were ;oDftheirliDOOs.praying'tbroO :; FORD REALTYINC. Broker
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'-'- B y Waltei Bowe -" .- 7 ''AY YOUR BILLS?

The Rev. B.L. Mack, pas- Ester Bryant are very proudof > m 4
tor of New Macedonia Baptist their poodle. The name is 3
Church. West Hollywood, returned "PeereIt is an Apricot
last weekend from Ala- poodle which was raffled
bama where he participatedin March 20 at the home of Folia t going,to each More and paying in cash? Or by going out, buy ing;amo.iey

Montgomery the march, representing from Selma this to Maycock Boyd. Quartermaster and Comrade Johnny Oliver order, and mailing# it? #ler '. a much handier way coded at. I

area of West Hollywood Johnson of Post 5693 attended
-0 this affair. r -

Post The No.'South 8195 Broward will hold VFW its Star -0-Light Lodge No. 542 man Smiling, popular Eddie local Lee businessman Pitt-- SPECIAL I CHECKING ACCOUNT II III'
regular meeting Sunday, April will meet Friday night April i.s I the new t.
4 at 5:30 p.m. !Members, 2 at the Masonic Hall on Pem- er cf the Uiye-Inn own-I
please be present. broke Road. All members 1772 NW 7Kh! St. ,
0- please be present.'Johnson fiOl-9431. lie Invite all ''........ .... --, --- -
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and meet new friends. It Works Like This:
Kveryone welcome Indf Come to the Lincoln National Bank, deposit what-
I I ever amount you want, and get a book of checks I
(just 10< each-25 for $2.50)).

1N SKIN DISEASES I IA I Whenever you want to pay a bill, just write a I
check for it, in your own home or wherever you
new approach to treat happen to be. 'No need to carry a lot of cash ? I
.cat and Medication I around, or to go out and buy a money order fo reach /
based on specialized bill. !I

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tests. Also general prac- You don't have to lees amount in the
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of Miami I the checks you write. Each month you get a I'm Bessie Richbarg.I
DR. H. HAAG statement of your account, together with your
Come in and ok for
PL 1-1234 ;cancelled checks, which serve as receipts. The I
I small charge for all this service
is just SOt per ,'U be glad to help >'OQ
1186 :month. When you need more checks, simply pickup .
another book like did the first open your account.
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Pfeone 635-4748 Male and Female I I : this easy, inexpensive way I
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is a glorious feeling NIW Hop I. ild On behalf of the Home

when we are able to rea- Mission Society of Mt. I
lize our mistakes; we all Presbyterian Church Calvary, we would like to
have sometime, somewhere thank you for helping to

made them you can be sure. make this "Mark" Women's
But we always will find A new Presbyterian special help were five bi- Day a spiritual success.
life much happier if we con- Church in greater Miami racial, in\er-d nominational The highlight of the servicewas NEW MACEDONIA
SECOND ANNUAL fess, and try to correct holds its first services study groups which met for the speaker Mrs. Ella

PASSION SUNDAY them. I find that you or Sunday morning, April 4, at the three hours on each of Mae Odom who spoke on 3165 NW 6th Street

me can always get ,,forgiveness 11 a.m. In the beautiful the four Saturdays of Feb "The Duties of a Missionary Rev. R. Jackson, pastor
MUSICALE from the youth much sanctuary located at NW ," encouraging others to W.J. Beard, reporter
easier than we can from 12th Ave. and 43rd Street. ruary.The church which beginsits become a missionary. They
., t, The Episcopal Churchwomen adults. The youth forget it, Tom Jones, pastor of the services tomorrow will were also financially Services on last Sundaywere
of the Church of the as usual. The Junior
while the adults seem to Westminster Presbyterian be founded on the principles blessed..
Transfiguration, 15260 NW hate us about it. Church and Al Mozell. form- which have been reached Dinners will be sold at Church along with the

19th Avenue, Opa Locka, Oh well, I think that it erly pastor of the Trinity through the studies.A Mt. Calvary on Saturdayand pastor were in charge.

is sponsoring its Second is just too late to carry hate Community Church, will core of persons, many Sunday. Please planto Choir No. 2 will begin
Annual Passion Sunday conduct the services. who in the dis- celebrating their anniversary -
around in our hearts or to were now buy one.
Musical with Mrs. Oscar look the other way when we Special music will be solved Trinity Community Rev. S. Atchison pastor 'Thursday night, April

Range, owner of the Range meet anyone to prevent rendered by a choir directedby Church, have been meetingfor Constance Carter, reporterINCARNATION 8, and will conclude
Funeral Home and Presidentof speaking to them. That Cecilia Dunn. But some time to discuss Sunday afternoon, April 11.

the Roosevelt Bank as isn't what Christ taughtus there's much more behind "What Makes PresbyteriansTick Thursday and Friday
the guest speaker. The in His teachings. this story than the ordinarynew ?" These persons, nights, April 8 and 9, at

program will begin at 4:30: I ask little Miss Choro- church which is begun along with a small numberof 8 p.m., there will be musi-
St. Cecilia Choir invite
p.m. Mrs. Ethel Sweet will lette Jones 9, of 2240 NW for in this venture is deep deeply committed mem- you and your friends to be cal programs featuring some
serve as Mistress of Cere- 153rd St. What she had to hope for real service to all bers of each Presbyterian, present with them "f the most, outstanding
monies. Some of the parti- say about her way of think- people of MetropolitanMiami. U.S. Church in Dade County in tho" choirs and groups of the
"Seven Last Words of Christ,
cipants are as follows: ing. She said "The Lordis who are being "loaned" to city.
Soloists: Mrs. Alphonso A sacred cantata by Theodore Sunday afternoon ,April
my shepherd; I shall When the former St. the new church for one
Murray June Farquharson Dubois, Sunday, April 11, 11, at 3 the anniversary -
; ; not want." Psalms 23:1.: John's Presbyterian congregation year, will make up the core p.m.
and Alison Clarke. Instrumental 7:30 p.m., at the church, 1835 will be, concluded.We .
i T. He is also our shepherd; was dissolved in of the congregation. Any
soloists: Ida and He will guide us al- October,' 1964, because its others who live in any part NW 54th Street donation $1. will be looking for
Miller; Veanda Rolle: members had moved from Charles H. Jones, organist; you to attend these sera -
...____2__ "'..1___. ways.Thought of Dade County. who! .desireto Rev._ Hurl R..._ Hackett. vicar; .. ..1-. .
rnuuana.u&m r. Anthony for the week: the area, me Presbytery ofthe participate in this new .n y.res
Clarke and group; and St. If you won't do the right Everglades took pos- approach for the church to

Michael's Choir of the thing, don't try to stop session of the adequateand be relevant in this genera- NEW PHILADELPHIARev. fixing it up to 1<" k like a

church. Mr. Charles Jone, others from doing right attractive church plantat tion are invited to the church-even then, it was

organist.The Until next week, if God's the 12th Avenue' loca- worship service Sunday, William Washington, not certain that such move
climax4 of the program will, thanks for reading. tion, and requested the thereafter. A Sunday church pastorHELPl would be reasonable. So
will be the crowningof Westminster Presbyterian school will also begin im- what did the members do?
Mrs. Transfiguration for Church to assume responsi- mediately for all age HELP! HELP! Several months ago they

1965 by Mrs. Alfred Frent- ST. PAUL AME CHURCHRev. bility for beginning a new groups. This little mission started looking for a churchto

zen. director of the Epis- work in the area. From the Those in the founding church, 915 NW 62nd St., buy.They found one with
copal Churchwomen of the T.C. Kelly, pastor beginning, it was deter- generation feel it is im- started serving the local educational facilities'' and
Miami Deanery. We are Mary Rawls, reporterWe mined that every possible that whichgo
perative the church community a year and 3 all the nice things
looking forward for a big effort would be expendedto immediately begin to reach months ago. Unfortunately, to make a church. Dinners
event. Won't you olease are looking forwardto determine the best "formto out to meet human needs.
the church will have its were sold, flavor,
I come.Mrs. a glorious day with Sun- make the Christian faith Thus, any who are interested '"Last" Lord's Supper this special programs, and many
Elisha S. Clarke day being the First Sundayin
revelant in a metropolitanarea.
are invited to meetat Sunday in the present activities initiated to raise
Jr. chairman Mrs. April, and let's not for- "
program ;
this end
To a each
6:30 Sunday even- building. The church will the money needed. A tithing
.I James K.C. Smith,president get "Love Feast" Friday thorough series of meetingswith ing in the Fellowship Hallto been told by the landlordto program was also started.
night at 8 at the church.
of the Episcopal Church- community leaders of
organize for such ser- leave the, building, because However, before enough
women. other churches, denomina- vice. It is presently felt it has been sold. money was gotten, the
Attention Parents of
: tional leaders from Atlanta, that much of the service will The landlord was kind church was told to move.
METROPOLITAN A.M.E. children who wish to take residents of the community be able to the communityin church finds itself
part in the Easter exercise by keeping the church informed The
where the buildings are which the buildings are of his desires to short of $3,000.
Rev... J.J. Williamspastor please have them come out located, school and located, although there are sell the building, and it The Rev. William H.
to the church Wednesday
agency leaders-in short no boundaries on where has once even considered Washington, who knows all
Last Sunday's servicewas afternoon at 5 p.m. any who would be helpful this church will go or whatit buying .!he building and about hard times (many days
opened prayer whose names were knownto will do to meet human
service by Evangelist The combined Usher discover what the shapeof needs in the name of Christ.
Thompson. Choir No. 2 Board held a "Battle Royal the work should be. Of
furnisnea me music ana Contest" last Sunday night.

they were at their very The winning contestantMrs.

best. The sermon was de- Juanita Fisher of
livered by James Glover. Usher Board No. :2 was FAMILY DAY AT MT. ZION MT. TABOR NETS $3,850.84Sunday
crowned "Miss Usher
We were blessed with Board" the other contestant April 11, is Family Deacon Johnnie Cooperand
ti three visitors from Opa- was Mrs. Isabelle Day at Mt. Zion. It has been Sister W. Bruton, chairmanand

Locka. Drayton of Usher Board No. proven that a very large per- co-chairman of the 64th

1. They hope to make this centage of families who wor- anniversary program, wish to
Miss Barbara Thompsonand annual affair. ship together stay together. take this opportunity to ex-

Mrs. Alice Kelly were There is no sight more beautiful press in words their appreciation -

appointed to Choir No. 2. We are also looking forward than a family who goes into to eachperson who helped

to a successful "Men the house of the Lord together make the anniversary cele-
All members were askedto Day". Our General Chairmanis to worship God in spirit and bration the success it was.
pay their District Con- Mr.' Henry Wade and Cochairman in truth. Had it not been for our loyal "

ference dues. is Mr. Wesley Not only will you receive an members and wonderful friendsit
Rev. William H. Washington, Fedora and William Jr.
Brown. They are askingfor abundance of spiritual food would not have been ac-
We are looking forwardto the full support from all from the sermon topic: "Why complished. May God bless in school, college and
having a glorious First members and friends. the House of God?", but each of you. seminary went hungry to First Federal of Miami.

Sunday. prizes will also be offered to The anniversary sermon prepare for the ministry), The Rev. Washingtonfeels
The Gibbs Club spon- the families with the largest was delivered by Rev. B.D. believes that God will that invaluable ser-
Honor Roll classes for sored a tea. It was a de- number of members in atten- Cole of Mt. Zion Baptist guide and direct his faithful vices have been rend ere!

the week are as follows:, lightful affair and was en- dance.It Church of Ft. Lauderdale. followers in getting the to the community through

} Class No.1. Sis Rosa joyed by all. is not enough to iust hea His text came from the subject church they desire or New Philadelphia. He
Allan, $20; Class No. 2. Don't forget the Fish Christian, however import "Thanks Be to God for Giving as a substitute. Rev. feels this so strongly that
J Bro. P.R. Gaines $18 Fry and Dar- .Que sale he is contributing the first
tant this is, but we should Us the Victory. The sermon Washington is unsalariedand
Class No.3, Sis. Mae Saturday afternoon at the attend church regularly in orderto was very inspiring as well as earns his living as a $100 toward the goal of
Thompson, $15. church sponsored by the further exhalt God and His appropriate for the occasion. schoolteacher for the Boardof $3,000. Mr. Victor Flooming
( Steward Board. the considerate landlord
Divine purpose. Choir No. 2 is sponsoring Public Instruction. He ,
The annual "Family Day"at a Fellowship Tea at the homeof has application on file has also said that
SALTERS CHAPEL A.ML would contribute $100.If .
Mt. Zion is under the Sis. Willie with the State Board of
Cooper, Saturday
ZION HOPE BAPTIST are other church-
I Rev. H.J. Benson, pastor sponsorship of Ward No. II' of night at 8 at 5940 NW 21st Ave. Education for a Master'scertificate. minded and civic-minded
which Mrs. Georgia T. Nelsonis All members and friends He has
Flossie Marshall, reporterIt Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor are passedthe people interested in our
president and Howard
Elizabeth Jackson invited. National Teachers'
cause, please call
was Crusaders Day at Bryant is deacon. These Remember the sick and Examination without studyor Rev.
Salters Chapel. The JuniorChurch Zion Hope service was en- leaders and their group have shut-ins and the bereaved preparing for I it, and he Washington at 757-7136
served, the Rev. Sis. joyed by everyone last Sunday. planned well with the minister families when you pray. is proud of the accomplishment. after 5:30 p.m. on week
Johnson the The pastor preached out of days, or you may write to
Margaret brought Rev. Edward T. Graham a Rev. P.S. Brown, pastor; His wife, the char-
his soul. The No. 1 Choir him at 763 NW 51st St.
I message for the morning.Miss ., program that will
you Dessie Crockett, reporter. ming Eloise E. Washington,
wishes Names of
thank for contributors
to will
Carolyn Williams was at, everyone thoroughly enjoy. Keep this is the first of our race to
the piano for the junior choir. their presence Sunday eveningin date in mind, Sunday April 11, be hired as a teller by the be published.
+ Sunday, March 28, at 8 p.m. the closing of their anni- and plan to go to Mt. Zion TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCHThe ..
the members and the pastor versary. Please don't forget Baptist Church at 11 a.m.
rendered service at First Prayer Meeting on Tuesday Deacons' States Rally
Baptist for their pastor's\: night. Luvenia Knox, on Sunday was a successful af t .
anniversary. Rev. Davis is the There will be a spiritual Public Relations Officer fair. They ran to the goal in a ti +8 ca.r

pastor. Rev. Benson preached: movie April 19 at 8 p.m. in be- the following order: Deacon .
out of his soul. We had sucha i half of the No. 1 Usher Board, A.J. Hanna, Virginia; Deacon
wonderful time there. "Crucifixion of Christ." Donation NEW PROVIDENCE CHURCHRev. Alfred Dean, Massachusetts;

We are looking forward ta, is 505. Baptism will be Deacon Reubin Hepburn, New
going to Greater Ward Chapelin 1 Sunday morning at 7:30 at the C.J. Burney, pastor York Deacon George Hepburn,
church. Mrs. Claudia Wilson, reporterWe Florida; Deacon Prince Hep-
the future. Rev. Champion
is near the in Hal. Pastor's Aid Club will be burn, Hawaii; Deacon F.E.
pastor iO'
are looking forward to Dawkins, Alabama.
selling dinners Saturday in
landa'e. The Junior Church,I
needs King Corn the kitchen, so please stop the State Convention, Our Baptism will be adminis-
seven stamp
by and buy a dinner from us. pastor will be preaching on tered Sunday during the mom-
books, please share with us'We will alsobe selling Sunday. that Thursday night. ing service. The choirs will

If you have these Marshall stamps at L[: Rev. Roscoe Jackson will be Words of thanks will be sing jointly and the Lord's :
e please call Mrs. : preaching Thursday night given by the chairman and Supper will be administered
NE 4-2985 or Mrs. Agnes, co-chairman of the Women's both morning and evening. '
April 8. We are asking
Davis at NE 4-2216. We food are i. to come and share this everyone program Day program next week. Continue The training Union, Mrs. ,:..... 'v4 I
/I. looking forward to a sea with us. in prayer fur the sick Stafford Bain, president, will '-jjt" ,
dinner in the near ,
p and those .
Please pray for the sick that are grievedover sponsor a registered tea Sun -"" ma ,.
watch for the date. Don'tforget ; and shut-ins. the lost of their love ones. day at 3 p.m. Friends are in
the "iek..r .

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday April 2,. 1965 11
: 'Jw. ,
Rev. J.E. Jenkins, pastor .. :' ...", : '
| Sis. Rub Lee Can reporter .

.' M u, ;> Ft. Benning, Ga.-Special-
"The family that
ist Fourth Class Clinton J.
I together stavs tMOth, ,." '
Pitts of Mrs. Bertha L.
son .A
We feel like one big happy
Pitts 926 NW 69th St., was
family here at Friendship.We .
awarded the 197th Infantry
are so happy together Brigade's Certificate of It); j
| under the leadership of Achievement recently during a
such ;a fine pastor. 'We
ceremony held in the office of t'1i
God will continue a.r
pray to Lt. Col. William B. Boyd,
keep us together. Sundayis commander of the 58th Infantry..
our Holy Communim. Specialist Pitts returningto
We expect- the pastor to civilian life, received the
deliver both :morning and 3 4 award for meritorious achievement
evening:sermons.We taM while working as editorof

extend our get well the battalion's newspaper, ;
j wishes to Bro Brodus noncommissioned officer-in
who is in
Martin '
charge of the athletic and recreation F
| Memorial Hospital.We program and education -

I are so elated over program from April 16, Deacons of Ttsjplt Baptist Church who sponsored a
visitors. '
our many to
church, have your faith + 1964 to March 12, 1965. ccsUI State Rally S* doy afternoon at the clmch.
,1 z While on active duty, the
lifted. specialist attended the. U.S. From right to left: Deacon Prince Hepbvni, Deacon A.

Army Information (Journalism) J. HOMO (winner), Deacon George E. Hepbera, Pastot

MT. CAMEL BAPTIST School at Ft. Slocum N.Y., L.A. Thompson, Deacon Alfred Dean (second place), Deacon -
where he received an "Out Rubin Hepbvrn" (third place),and Deacon F.E. Dawk Ins.
Rev. D.A. Bradley, pastor standing Speaker" award and
|Sis. Louise McGriff, reporterOn v4jr a diploma qualifying him as Peeping from the rear is Trvstee Stafford Bain. -Pfcoto by
information specialist (reporter Johnson of Miami.
Sunday morning, the ). Pitts has always felt
essage was delivered by one that the public has a "right"to
If our visiting ministers Rev.. know what the Armed Forcesare
K McClary, telling us to 'beure doing. "Letting the people
you know Jesus for your- know and understand the
lelf". Armed Forces' goals can
At 2 p.m. Bro. and Sis. build a progressive attitude 4TION IA

nilh gave their daughter inrrlage. ---..--.--.--- among the military and civi- a
At 3 p.m., Rev. T. lian his
populations" was
iohnson delivered the church's KING ANTHONY GREEN QUEEN SANDRA ATCHISON daily quotation. 322 NW. Msr STARTS 7111R.APR.2nd

Anniversary message, "Gospel Specialist Pitts, a nativeof
ithout Shame. MT. CALVARY JUNIOR CHURCH Miami, received his se- JAMES BOND
The evening message was 'North-
condary schooling at
rought to us by CROWNS KING AND QUEENThe
our pastor. western High School. From
"he choir sang wonderful. Lets time has passed but not forgotten. March 14 was there he proceeded to earn a
[ not forget to pray for those one of the greatest days in the history of the Junior Churchof Bachelor of Science degree 'ORLD-WITHA LICE,
eople in Selma Alabama. Mt. Calvary.The in Education at TennesseeA&I TO: LOVE THE N
Remember the sick and chairman for the day Yvonne Holder and cochairman State University in Nash- '
hut-ins, visitors are always Otisteen Curry, send thanks to all who helped to make ville. He is a member of :: AND KILL

elcome. Youth Day a success. Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. THE A/I EM.
Special thanks to Mrs. Samuel Atchison, the wife of the Before entering military
pastor and mother of the queen, who worked so hard to help service, he was a teacher in
FROM Sandra keep the crown she won in 1964; also to the Choir the Dade County public school
(ALABAMAI No. 1, and also Mrs. Carrie Mae the mother of the new King system.
Anthony Green, and NO. 1 Ushers Board. Pitts is married to the THRILLS AND OIRLSI
thank my church and many thanks to former Miss Marian L. Thompson -
Mrs. Stephens says again, many, many our > BUSINESS AND OIRLSI
I friends for welcoming me home members and directors for such a wonderful job. Also to of Belle Glade. Mrs. Pitts
I after a history spending weekin of attended State Uni- DANGER AND OIRLSILIBCITY
Mother Kelly, our mother the Junior Church. Tennessee
Selma and, Montgomery, Is'
versity also. The couple
Ala. Our thanks, goes out to Mimmie Lee Stephens' I .*_.__rntlv....1 residing in.n NashP -
allot you who made',it possible GETS SCHOLARSHIP CANTATATO villa!, Tenn. I frOCN1L
jfor me to go. We ar'e praying
( for the freedom of all men. BE PRESENTEDWith THE BAPTIST MINISTERS

A servant of God a background of a film COUNCILThe WITH CHICKS
atrip on the "Crucifixion of ,
:Rev. Fred L. Carter
11t 'of 'Christ," the cantata from Council met on Wed-
"Olivet to Calvary" will be nesday with the Rev. P.W.
NEW SfflLOH BAPTIST presented in two performancesby Wiggins conducting the de-
the combined choirs of votion. After the regular pre

Sunday, the first Sundayof sixty voices of St. Mary's liminaries, the Rev. P.W.
April, the Rev. A.M. Wesleyan and Grace Presbyterian taught a very interesting les- NOTE PLAYING
Griffin will deliver the .churches, under the son.The WED. '
message .Sundaysmorning.Rev. :: ,direction of Harold Higgs,.and Rev. F.L. Carter who THROUGH
A.M Y Alt)& .::Caiey. This'>work de- just'returned from Selma, Ala- DRIVE-IN THEATRE APRIL !
Griffin, pastor
bama where he participated in
picts the last few days of the ,
Eugene Jones, reporter. Saviour's life on earth. Hear the 'march, made a report.
the agonizing prayer in the Visiting ministers were I s
Garden of Gethsemane, as the Rev. S.L. Smith who joinedthe
BAPTISTS CLOSE portrayed by the Rev. WilliamF. Council, and the Rev. Is

CCESSFUL INSTITUTE Savoy. The first perfor- Morris who made very en- it
mance will be on Monday, couraging remarks and presented possiblethat
The Board of Evangelism April S, at Grace Church, 6895 a book to the Council.
If the General Baptist State Young John Bodison, NW 14th Ave. The second on The interdenominational the dead
onvention of Florida Rev..A. 24, 803 NW 75th St.. who Thursday April 8, at St. Ministerial Alliance and the
Finlayson president; was recently endorsed at Mary 1609 NW 5th Ct. You are Council are asked to meet in can be reborn ?
der the auspices of the his Quarterly Conferenceof invited to worship with us at joint session April 13, at
eater Miami Baptist Coun- the St. Paul's AME Grace Church on Sunday April Kendall Children's Home
'it, Rev. Thedford Johnson, Church, to receive licenseto 4, at the 11 a.m. service. The Rev. Thedford Johnson is
esident taken from the 26 :president and Rev. Harold
began their series preach from the Presi- sermon
f crusades at Mt. Olivette ding Elder, Dr. P.A. Allen, Chapter of Matthew Verse 39 Brown is reporter. .
pptist Church with Rev. was given the Bishop's will be "Gethsemane". At "leader's workshop. You are W
ickins, the host pastor. Work Scholarship (as a 7:30 p.m. there will be a welcome. I
The institute was under the cook) at Edward Waters
irection of Rev. E.T. Graham.The College, Theological Seminary - -- -- "'" ,, :"'. ------- .r ,
[ following ministers by His Grace, the Rt. Wi:: :" .l, :: --f'-- :
cached inspiring and soul Rev. Bishop E.C. Hatcher, .
filling sermons: Rev. J.E. guest speaker during the : -/'j j BOYS AND GIRLS! # I

enkins, Rev. Albert special budget fund morning .
cCraney, Rev. K.E. Rogers, services at the church Sun -" '-
*ev. J.R. slater and Rev..E. day.
Sims. Thanks to all who Bodison is a native of A. C.1r. P K H
ttended and made our first Waltersboro. S.C., born !
crusade a success. Nov. 12, 1940, son of the Strange things happento

Rev. R.M. Lane, chairan late Benjamin and Victoria Action (lilt for Yoith Fitness

; Rev. Chester Townsel, Brown Bodison. He graduated <
ecretary; Rev. J.W. Dunn, from the Collection ... /
ssistant secretary; Rev. L. High School in his home-

t. Ross, chairman of finance. town. At 18, he was converted LISTEN TO BLANCHE CALLOWAY'S Troy Donahueand
and joined St. I
ST. MARY'S CHURCHRev. Peter's AME Church, under '
Rev. P.J. Hamlet, pastor. Joey Heathertonand
H.V. Stuart pastor he joined St. Paul's AME : PROGRESS REPORT
Church, Miami, in 1961, ,
Choir No. 2 celebrated under former pastor Rev. Barry Sullivan
their 39th Anniversary Sunday Thomas C. Kelly, Jr., DD,
March 28. !t was very suc- now pastor of the newly On WM8M
cessful. The chairman Mrs. constructed, red carpeted, ii
Gladys Wallace and her ($150,000,000) Greater St. in illy Blood
committee wishes to thank Paul's Institutional AME I 1490 ON YOUR DIAL
all choirs who participated Church, at 51st Terr wid I
on the program and all the NW 19th Ave. He came to I Runs Cold"If

friends who came and made Miami six years ago. : Saturday

the program 'a success. Bodison sings in the choir, t Every I I8a. you give away the ending may your blood run cold forever
Sunday there will be is a class leader, memberof

testimony service. Holy Steward Board No. 2 & 1 CO-HIT IN COLOR
Communion will be served and is pastorial junior .. '.. .
rooming and night. Choirs steward. He is a batchelor, : This summer everyone s going1 toSpencer's
one and two will. furnish and employed by Wolfie'sCaterers.

music morning and nitht. Mountain
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday,.April .2, ,1965

IN MEMORIAM Pfoiatr of 47 Yours Passes I

I 1.1; I In sad but loving memoryof

CARDS MEMORIALSDEATHS our dear sister. and aunt-
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sad but loving memory The family of the late The family of the late I
of my beloved husband. r

.. is. grateful to their many
friends for all deeds of kindness -

rendered during their
hour of bereavement. To those

who called, came, sent
flowers,cards and other tokensof

remembrance, we shall
ever be thankful to the MRS. FLORENCE SEYMOURwho
Jackson Memorial Hospital departed this life March

Staff. May God bless all of 25, 1962. Gone but not for-

you. gotten. Y Yw
"The battle is fought, the
% Etta Brown daughter
Ya P
victory won,
The Boone
from loved
Rest thy employ.
Haywood and Royal
departed this life March FamiliesIN Miss Beatrice Rolle,

19, 1965, wish to thank .the sister

many neighbors and friendsfor MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Eva clancy,
their kindness during our slater s '1 N Ft
SENECA HILL memory of our dear
hours of berea"tnent. We
'who departed this life March sincerely thank everyone for sister The FamilyRANGE
28 1949.
condolences, telegrams and
Sweet are the memoriesthat floral pieces.

never fade. ..
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Our special thanks JOHNSON
Ira McCall, the Range Funeral i of 6901 NW 8th Ave. Mrs. Ruby Jewell Thomas Neal; 2 .granddaughters, and
Hattie Hill, wife Home and the staff of Miami P died March 25. She is survived of 3318 NW,51st Street passed host of relatives.

Crown Distributors.Mary ; I by three daughters, away March 27, at Kendall Funeral services will be

Mrs. AlUertha Smith, Hospital.A conducted 12 noon Saturday,
CARD OF THANKS Johnson, wife Louise Hal reU and Lucille pioneer Miamian for 47 April 3; at the Mt. Zion

The family of the late rA Hills; two sons. Ray years, coming here from Baptist Church with the Rev.
CARD OF THANKS and Wilburt Johnson; 13 Atlanta, Georgia.She E.T. Graham.ofCiciating.
MR. JAMES BARR (grandchildren and other is survived by 1 The Range Funeral Homeis

who departed this life March The family of the recently relatives. Sne the will lie beginning in brother, Mr. Arthur Mays; 2 in charge of the arrange
in chapel -
expired daughters, Mrs. Zollie Mae ments and interment will be
12, wish to their Thursday at 11
express pro Neal and Mrs. Author ine made in the Paradise Me-
found their and wll be sent Fri-
gratitude to a.m.
many r4
LENORA TAYLOR Chavis; 2 grandsons, Charl-' morial Gardens, Richmond
friends for the cards tele- day to Vidalia, Ga.
O'Ferrell and
Samuel Heights.
wishes mans
to its -
grams and floral pieces.Thanksto express profound final rites.

the Rev. Earl R. Hackett, thanks to her many L1 Ave., Opa-locka, died on
vicar of the Church of the In friends for their kind ex- ___no.__ JACK FINNEY of 1520 ALBERT March 24. Services con-
carnation. Special thanks to pressions of condolence, NW 1st court, apt. 6, died conducted Monday.
the neighbors of 63rd Street, with special appreciation to BULAH SCOTT March 25. He is survivedby MRS. ANNIE VAUGHN
'who Match 31 Mrs. Mattie 2174 NW 49th St., died
and also Range Funeral Home. the Range Funeral Home passed away his widow, EUGENE WOODS.
May God bless you all. Transfiguration Church and 1956. We love her, but God Finney, daughter. March 23. Services were 3182 NW 42nd St.. died
its guilds, neighbors and loves her beat. .Mrs. Julia Steward his conducted Saturday at 2p.m March 26. Was shipped
various other who mother Mrs. Julia Fin- from the Bethel
to Birmingham
Mrs. Sybil Barr, wife persons Friday ,
And were most helpful in so many Mrs. Maude Jackson, sister ney, two 'sisters,, Mrs. Baptist Church, Rich Ala. for final rites. Sur-
Family ways. Mrs. Mamie Warren, sister Tommie. Lynch and,, ,Mrs. mond Heights. Survivorsare vivors are wife Clara a
Illinois Walker a brother, two daughters, Mes- daughter, mother, father
The Booker T. Jackson. Chapel dames Clara Brooks,
IN MEMORIAMIn Family: nine sisters two brothers -
IN MEMORIAM services conducted on teacher at the R. R. Mo- and four aunts.
memory of our loving Wednesday.TOM ton Elementary School,
mother CARD OF THANKSWe In sad but loving memory of and Iretha Bryant, six MRS. ROSA LEE WILLIAMS -
dear wife
my T WILLIAMSdied grandchildren, five nieces
the family of the late, 14121 NW 23rd
March 25. He is sur- and seven nephews. court Opa-locka, died
ISRAEL FERGUSONwish vived by a sister, Mrs. March 30. Services Sat-
to thank all the many i Bertha Samuels of Bain- CHARLES VICTOR urday 12:30: n.m... from.,
friends for all their kindness bridge, Ga. Final rites and FINLEY, died March 24. the Greater New Bethel
shown during the illness burial conducted in Bain- Services were conducted Baptist Church. Survl*.
and death of our dear father y; bridge.T. Saturday 10:30 a.m. from ors are husband Nelson,
and brother. Special thanks to the Liberty City Chapel, two daughters; Mary De-
not one, but all. Y* yr B. STEWART of 1362 survivors are 11 vices lores Carson Barbara
NW 63rd St., died March and five nephews. Ann Williams, two sons,
Walter Ferguson, 31 at Jackson Hospital. He James Carson, Jimmie
Judson had been a resident of HENRY, RUe KE, R,
Audrey Williams father of Haw-
Grand Ave. Coco- ,
and .for .3530 ,
Miami 'since'
June Hargrove, children six
kinsville Ga.
I died March 23.
of owned nut Grove
a number years
And all of the family < Including Mesdames Mag-
Services conducted
l and operated a grocerystore were
gie Odom Lula Mae
In the neighbor- Monday 4 p.m. from the
IN MEMORIAMIn hood of 12th St. and 2nd Coconut Grove chapel. Odom, Thelma Bradley,
wife of Rev. D. A. Bradley
Ave. Survivors Include a survivors are 11 nieces
Mrs. Hattie Wilkins lyn Rucker, mother two and Ida Pearl Sullivan -
sad, but loving memory daughter, ; four brothers Including -
I of our dear Mother, Grand- r a son Eddie Stewart brothers. Otis and JohnnieLee
mother and Aunt, the late three grandchildren, Whitehead all of
several grett grands and FRED SINGLETON,
MRS. MERCIE D. SMITH other relatives. He will 2792 NW 36th St. Services Miami.

lie In repose In the chapel conducted Wednesday % 2
who departed this life
EARNESTINE SMITH beginning at 1 p.m. on p.m. from the Liberty ,
March 22, 1964 services City chapel. Survivors 6170 SW 62nd Terr died
"God knows all about those who departed this life April 6, Friday. Chapel sister, Mrs. Jose- March 26. Services Sat-
ELIZABETH HOUSTONwho who loved her. 1964. will be conducted Saturday phine are Bender of Jackson- urday 12 noon from the
departed this life March How bitter the trial must be Ralph Smith, husbandIN at 3 p.m.. Rev Ed- ville. Mt. Olive Baptist Churchof
23, 1964. And right through it all ward Graham of Mt. Zion South Miami. Survivors -
We loved God is Baptist Church will officiate are wife, Mrs. Thel
you Mother, but God loving, MEMORIAM Infant Angela Denise
loved you best. Sleep on and And knows so much better Smith 14221 NW 24th ma Peterson a son Eddie -
take your rest than we." In sad but loving memory ; a sister Mrs. Viola
The Children: of our dear father, mother and Wilson; a brother, Geo.

Eva Corene Mae Manning Chapman, The FamilyTOOTHACHE sister JAMES SMITH Uturoht( ftaorial $Jark Sidney Flenoil;and and Jessie two uncles Peters.,

Luella Black MRS. MIRIAM SMITH HAS Prtiittratit plots of 8 grave spaces or loss JOHN HANNAH, 3797
Laura English.daughters MRS. BLANCHE ROBERTS Washington Ave. died
I ALSO (I..Jiote.
of Miami. single grave space iateraent March 25. Services Sat-
who passed to the Great Beyond
Amelia Black,daughter urday 3 p.m. from the
Detroit I Don!suffer atony.In seconds get relief Easter Monday night, We art lot Ml aid we ere still doing betlaessOpti Coconut Grove Chapel.
I that lasts with ORA-JEL. Speed-release
Alfred Houston, son formula I puts It to work Instantly 'April 2, 1956. six Joy a week to serve yoe Survivors are a daughter,
Sarasota, Fla. : to atop throbbing "Asleep in Jesus, blessed Commonly known os D*. Pharr's Cemetery Mrs. Viola Flits, a brother -
to ohachepalnsosaheoc M sleep two grandchildren 2
t tt t tort recommend It forlfWMCMTS'' From which none ever wakesto 3901. Kff &TH STREET NE +4191 great grands. ,

IN MEMORIAM t.eaungora-1Is weep.A E. Johnson, Manager Homo phono OX 1.9199
calm and undisturbed repose MRS. MINNIE LEE

In sad but loving memory I! BAGGS 735 NW 65th St.
of our dear wife and mother ,Unbroken by the last of foes." died in the Christian
Hospital March 27. Ser-
AMELIA CLARKEwho The Family vices Saturday at 11 a.m.
HELP WANTED from the Liberty City
departed this life April Chapel. Survivors are
4, 1963. YOUNG LADIES RI .lIg's Fvieral Home husband Matthew, a
"Now the labourer's task is CARD OF THANKS .daughter: Cassandra anda

o'erNow the battle day is past TRAVEL The family of the late FORMERLY M.S. ALLEN FUNERAL HOMEOWNERS sister.son Earnest Roland, a

Now upon the farther shore Need 5 neat, single, 18. CORNELIA CLARKE BELL

Lands the voyager at last. 24. Free to travel H.Y. 1 takes this method of express- CLIFFORD SPARKS
Father in thy gracious keep. World's I ing sincere appreciation for 3395 Franklin Ave., Co-
ing, leave me now thy servant Fair, California. conut Grove, died March
sleeping." Represent leading Negro :the many kind and generous Matthew H. Ralmiigs L.F.D. William L. Carey, Jr. 27. Services Saturday at

publishers and others. expressions of sympathy Lewis "Bester" Newbold, Mgr. Harry L. Rolle 3 p.m. from the Churchof
Alexander Clarke, Sr., I given them during their be- God in Christ. Coconut
husband Can earn $65 to $115 I reavement. Grove. Survivors are his

And Family per week after.training. Especially do we thankFr. STAFF step mother, six sisters

\ No experience necessary,. T.R. Gibson, rector of Mrs. Helen Perkins, Sec',. Sherman Carey wife, Lula 11 children,
tfon-8., 1ea1 Office Treat.1etRUPTURE Christ
Episcopal Church, Charlie Jordan six step sisters, four
transportation Harold
furnished. Perkins
1 Bain's Funeral Home and the brothers, two stepbrothers -
K Apply Mrs. Moorehead I principal and faculty of R.R. .

Recta Prostate DIMAM- .No, Varieooe lost time Veto-.:; 11.6 daily, Sir John Hotel, I Moton Elementary, School and 1744 N.W. lID AVENUE 371-8343
Discard Trans Upo CocwetleB 276 NW 6th St. R. 125. 4 everyone who assisted in any
k Rupture low coot. ,way. 24 HOURS HAVE YOU REGISTEREDTO

The Family
IMS SW 1st St. FR'34T4St

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: FURNISHED 1-bedroom NICELY Furnished rooms
apt. Adults 1 quiet neighborhood.
child In My Home while 651 N.W. 47th St.
.. child up to 3 years. MU Cooking no extra charge,
work. 691-2339.
1-4)325.. $7.00 and up. Inquire in you 1921 N.W. 50tk St.

Room 7. 2056 N. W. 5 Ct. FEMALEI 1835 H.W.,41st, St.
ROOM FOR Rent at 2141 phone PL 92665.FURNISHED .
SALEQUALIFYING FOR SALE NW 70 St. Phone 691-6590. Day-Steady Domestic 3 large bedrooms, 2
Cook House keepers
o FulL -, EXTRA LARGE FAMILY 6800 N. W. 6th Ct., 2-bed- for rent free water Efficiency and Store counter girls.II baths, Flo room, garage
furnished cottage. $250 HOME 6 YEARS NEWI room CBS $25 per week. light. Couple only. 789 Clerk Typists open 3.5'' Easy Urns.Incone .
own and move right in! I 5 fcpdrooms.; :pTentv closet ) 2116 N.W. 42 St. (rear) N. W. 65 St. PL 8-4500 MALE property for.salt.
odern furniture and ap- spare 2''baths, lovelv furnished cottage, $16 Truck drivers. Porters Corset lots 15 x100.Good
pliances. Freshly painted .ITU Fla- room' "and get per week. 2 BEDROOM CHOUSE, Laborers, Hotel Porters, *
nd very pretty. Keys at, XrtsVx30! playroom 6837 N. W. 6th Ave., 1- 1123 N. W. 66th St. Also Dishwashers all shifts for bvslnfirjrv: .',or
LIfe Realty Broker 4932! 2-car car- bedroom apt. $21 a week choice space for rent. 772 check our many listings. cherch. Lot on 63rd'St..
NW 7 Ave. PL 94371.Open nort with utility storage. will pay all Adults only. N. W. 62 St. North Dade Employment $2,500 or terns.
evenings and Sun- ",1very large home is 633-2891. 362 N. W. 167 St. 945-4246
built for the 3327 N. W.. 69th St
days. pleasure of WE BUY LOTS, HOMES,
tine family living. Lovely bedroom FOR SALENO
ING CLOSING COSTS built-in kitchen with two CBS house with sleeping ACREAGE OR BUILD

I Modern CBS duplex. Only Cl ryice bars, refrigerator porch. Key at next house QUALIFYING ON. OUR LOTS OR
[$600 down and $90 a dishwasher, gartfage disposal .: 3333 N. W. 69 St. Weekly You may regular now. Hot MODERN CBS in new YOURS :.:. ,
I month. Live rent free! washing machineand rent $22. IlIaC.... and pick-up Mrrlc area. $COO down and takeover
12-Medrooms each side, FHA payments. Tile
I tile roof appliances. features dryer,that also built-in 566% NW 22nd St. (rear) For information call roof carport awning win- Need Monty? Call

(Large yard, fresh paint. in you don'tfind UNFURNISHED bedroom 691-7796, 6963102'or13451I7 dows, awnings, modern JE 8-1340.
$35,000 home.
Life Realty, Broker 4932 a cottage key at front apt. kitchen fenced yard. Keysat
JNW 7 .Ave. PL 9-4371. Reduced to sell at only Weekly $18 Both apts. Life Realty, Broker
I Open Sundays, evenings.NO $20,900. If you need this! immediate occupancy, call 5932 4002 N. W. 17 Ave. During Reconstruction a
NW 17th Ave.
type of home for your Mr. Gross 444-6126. PL 9-4371 open Sundayand Negro was elected city |udg.In .
] QUALIFYING 3-family call Mr. Chris at MRS. Rl'TH COP rLAMD evenings. Stma, Alabama.
I bedroom CBS cottage. $300 MU 8-6638. He will show ROOM NICE clean couple -
(down and move right in! you how easy it is to only. All home privi
1 Appliances, fenced yard, buy.Dick leges. Resonable 635-5283 TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO

1 freshly painted wonderful Brooks, Realtor CHURCH SUNDAY
location near buses. 2 BEDROOM Apt. Furnished -

school, shopping. Key at Shadowlawn AREA 1980 N. W. 55 St SEE THE NEW 3-bedroom -
Life Realty Broker. 4Q32 3 BEDROOM In perfect Miami phone NE 3-9908 2 bath quality built 581 NW 53RD STREET
NW 7 Ave. PL Ot-4371. condition CBS Bank houses open 1-5 Sunday.
Open evenings and Sun- Loan need some cash, FURNISHED efficiency, Jfi22 NW 21st Ave. and PASS BY TODAY WE HAVE KEY

I days. Bargain at $11,500 total free water and light. 789 1940 NW GO St. PL Gorgeous CBS, 2 bedrooms, Fla room, dining room,
Ben-Kori, Realtor, any- NW 65 St. PL 8-4593. ,1-3604.
NO CLOSING COSTS time 751-2243. carport, appliances. $400 down, $13,000 total.

:3-bedrooms 2 baths CBS 0--

J350 down enclosed$89 month. LOVELY OLDER 2 BEDROOM.COUPLE 2 CONSOLIDATE YOUR DEBTS CBS, 3 bedrooms, jolovsied porch, dining room, appli
Large front
porch, 2 kitchens, freshly bath, CBS. corner. $300. DIAL NOW FOR MONEY IN I HOUR W S4077 onces. $73 mont, $400 down. We have key.N .
painted near school down $78 month 11000. 0--

and sh DplnSl. Key at Realtor Total FHA anytime Ben-Kori 7512213NO SMALL PAYMENTS No qualifying, CBS, 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, Fla ,room,
Life Realty Broker. 4932 $ 1,000 --------$ 20 Month ,
NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371v carport. $100 down, $13,700 total.
$ 2,000 ........
Open evenings and Sun- QUALIFYINGLIKE ----- $ 30 Month --a--

days. NEW. 2 Bedroom. $10,000-..-.--......$1 00 Month
CBS, you will like th'sone CBS DUPLEX NO QUALIFYINGLike

LIKE] NEW CRS $2PX $1,000 cash down, LOANS ON VACANT HOME, LOTS OR ACREAGE new, 2 bedrooms each side, appliances. Central

down Talniisted and windows$58 month., refinished take 700. over Total.payments.Ben-Kori$11,, lit and 2nd Mortgage. location. $1,500 down, $14,900 total.

: floors, new kit- Realtor, anytime 751-2243 R. I. Baroi Mortgages ---o-
chen cabinets | and fixtures WE HAVE MANY OTHERS, ALSO VA HOMES
This house is like 3 BEDROOM HOME CBS 14535 N.E. 5th Avenue $100 DOWNSHELL
plus swimming pool cor- Mortgage Broker
brand at Life
new. Key
double lot lovely ,,,. .... .,.
Realtv Rroker. 4932 NW ner 9r M U*' r.ep aoa.r-x. +.w-wwo.pppp"" !

7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open schools location. etc.Near FHA buses, :: t\\::, #

evenings and Sundays.NO $500 down payment only call UU'"UIII.'tmfll'U' rIJIIIlIIUUIUIIIJUIIIIIIlUIIlIIU-QYQroo, ,,, ,, : :: REALTYBROKER : :!

us on this one. Fenster .
CLOSING COSTS YouPrestige. ,' .:
Realty, (Broker) PL 9- $250 DOWN Movts. > ';, : : ':,"f' '
Lovely 2hedronmhome '
'$ '* ,> :: :;
In Manor Park. $250 down 8779. 'J\> ".t ".., flr '
and $77 month. Enclosed ;, Ito ::1 HOMI J!: '
TERRIFIC BUYSFHA! .: \. ': ,, M! 1 42oOHW7tVAve; "
front and rear porches, to Qualified Buyers No '\ ,'f ,....t '':i; ..:' .-- ,
separate earaee. new roof closing cost on these :t.;, ", rues appliances some homes. 3 Bedroom CBS i 8359 N.W. I8TH AVENUE :p.,; ; t A'fl. r ., 1.:' ,
,7585551EDISON ,1-! Kev fnrnltnr at U'freshly Rpnltv painted.Broker. only $250 down fenced I| CBS, tile roof, garage, $250 down, $64 month, Open I a .:, ,ti' VI '' '>> '' ,,'"
i"t" "ft' ".
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL yard $63 month =i 1-5 Stndoy. : : : :" .\ 'i. ,
ALSO!!! 2 Bedroom-CBS i
$9-4371 Open -- oj --
Sunday Large lot, Fla, room $300
down $82 month. Also duplex I85Q N.W. 84TH STREET
Open 1-6 Sat. and Sun. FHA, $450 down pay-

1805 NW 53rd St.. 2-bed- ment no closing cost. PL I CBS, tile roof, Flo room, fenced, $250 down, $67 mo.
room CBS newly decorated 9-8779 Fenster Realty
enclosed porch car- (Broker) 1815 N. W. 88 -- o --
porte awnlnc"*. priced to Terr. Open Sunday 1-5 pm Specials
suit owner 758-5400 or 2SII N.W. 82ND STREETCBS
887-3950. ESTATE 3 Bedroom 2
bath CBS. Lot 100'xl37'. tile roof, $300 down, 2 Fla rooms.walk to
DOLL HOUSE 2-bed- Many features you'll like. schools. $74.
room CBS plus carport, a Drive by 25 N. W. 48 St. s THESE THREE OPEN SUNDAY 2.&
real bargain. 9000. Small Then call Fenster Realty
down payment. "A Real (Broker) PL 9-8779 DRIVE BY TODAY, then call TU 70403. w. have 5025 N.W. 10TH AVENUECBS

Deal" Don't miss this others, some $100 down. We trod.
one. Fenster Realty, Bro- BRAND NEW!! 1965 many on corner, tile roof, carport, $11,400 total. Only

ker, PL 98779.5BEDROOM models-3 bedroom 2 bath I : ; $68.94 month. FHA terms.

Homes Range -Fla.Built room in oven don't- rrt.ivuIiTi! :iMJIuuutwDmIusmmmIO ;

CBS home, II 53 N.W. 47TH
locat- :
Plus extra efficiency. miss ion -to see 1131 them NW-71 St.!!! ",:: ;> ,,TII. ',:....aaa.A.... l: 4., ; '.,
Excellent income property Open Sunday!!! 1-6 pm No qualifying, FHA already placed.$78 month pays every.
Oh! Yes, all furnished Fenster Realty (Broker) igmIIlrn lIIIUIIIUIlltUlIIRI giIIImnt thing. CBS home with Fla room.
even to linens. Call tc PL 9-8779.
show you this terrific 521 N.W. 48TH STREETCBS
buy, Nice area. Fenster MONEY MAKING PRO-
Realty, Broker PL 9-8779. PERTY 1-2 Bedroom 1 tile roof, dining room, carport. $67.67 month

bath and 1 bedroom and 1 FHA terms.PROfE38WtiAU .

BEAUTIFUL WIG. Value bath, two separate houses. __.__.
<'--'-' "<
at $65 will sell for $25. 1 bedroom 1 bath each. ,\}, "! !$'i?'1",' ,,', ', ,' 'lYfi':r. : ,>uP''f. .}

Call 1 JE 2-4640. Fully Fully furnished furnished 2 3-4 Duplex bed- NeedA
LOT 50-X110' Just south room, 1 bath separate entrance 3.,bedrooms;: 2 ;featKjT large CBS hone on ?cfo.LI.cor-'>

w 79 st. on 10 Ave. $ for 2 rear rooms. '''fter<.' Fettcta: lot,, 2-c, r':garage, beautiful frvita, "I't
1tl. water, fruit L.PPOaX972 Fully Furnished may be .
purchased separately or "{lib pond,'well,'pvmp &",sprinkler system, Beisgiold. "

together. See me at pro- ; > for.FHA volwe. $5CQ down Ha closing eostsL : ;

OPEN 1-6 SAT. and SUN. perty Sunday from 2-6 ...".........._* ____ ,J
nice 3172 I 2 NW 53rd St. Extra pm. 4110 NW Realty 23 Ave(Bro-or : ...."oj...... __v______v
bedroom CBS, Fla. call Fenster ,. ,<, ."" -M-L" < DRIVE BY THE FOLLOWING THEN SEE EDISON:
t oom, newly decorated ker) PL 9-8779. ,', ._ ,,-, I
large Jot, carport also 4 NEW KITCHEN CABINETS?
and 5 bedroom houses. ONLY $250.00 DOWN ;\ /j: '> 1 6808 N.W. 6th Ave; 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, furn.,

Broker 7585400. CBS 3 bedroom, large Fla. r iCARPORT? GARAGE? CBS, tile roof, Flo 'room, garage. For a large family.
room car port and fenced ;tt Air No
I AM THE GREATEST yard. Near bus and expressway ;';: \ NEW FLORIDA ROOM? :'-::, {
rome in Miami I am the $73.00 per d ',\ !'" 2 4030 N.W. 1st Ave. CBS, on corner, tile roof, Fla
t and most luxur- all. : < :-: \ REPAIRS OR ALTERATIONS! ? <
Ious home month pays ; room, dining room, carport, No qualifying, really nice.
for less 1.
than any other in money this CBS HOME and INCOMENW t''f'. "" >-'''' .T '''' :,, ', 3 1737 N.W. 47th Terr. CBS, duplex. 2 bedrooms on 1

"eld.[ Come out and check 3rd Ave and 14th St. \ f l' : side. Tile roof, $14,500 FHA. $450 down. FHA, 5
me >: DAVIDOW AT ,1 W 1 MM9.
5 and my deal open 1- nice 3 bedroom apartmentfpr CALL MR. years old.

_817 NW 43 St. )E 1-6902 owner and 2 nice tted- will call 4 521 N.W. 48th St. CBS tile roof $68.82
room apartments to rent. 1: and a representative ,, en you carport.
"CAN YOU TOP THIS Live rent free and make month, FHA.
new this nice Income
dho2 money
Only bedrooms$495.00 abaths property Only Bonk or FHA Financing WE ARE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND
down An $2500.00 down low
Unbeatable rested deal. If inte- 'ly terms To inspect We specialize in removing old window and installing '. SUNDAY
call. JE
1-6902 -
call Harry or pen
0' olotleJ. windows.
Co. Realtors owning type ( '
The Keyes
Shadowlawn ny. Blvd REALTY: Realtors,
3 BEDROOM 2 AREA 234 Biscayne EDISON, '
Bath. Fla.
room' oak floors CBS, 371-3592 $ N Constr ection co. Inc.HI .
month buy $400. down. $79 IIEU1 Apply at 175, MM: 16'2nd'Sf.. 51-2441, '
all .
pays FH.\ 8.1119 .
tlen-Korl, Realtor, any- Society Cab office, 260!
NW 21st St.

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:t,1 | : HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS James Center E. Scott Recreation Hill of Forte

--.---.---------------------- -------.---------.----------.--.------.---.-----.--.--.----.-............ Roberta Green A Walter An- One of the projects of the Thespian Troupe at Booker
--- -- --- -- -
drews, reporters T. Washington High School this year was to establish the
I CAREER MONTH ENDS The James E. Scott Housing The most outstanding students in dramatics of each
Authorities presented us from year the class of 19S7 to the class of 1965.
;t After completing a survey School Receives Gift with the community building --
I of 1,000 students, as to their which is our recreation center.
( prefened proCessions Carver's The J.R.E. Lee Community for this much needed gift. This building is located' at
Guidance; Department Operat School ot South Miami is Registration for the next ;7200 NW 22nd Avenue. In this
j' ion Career Month has been completing its pp"n tenth week of twelve weeks of our sewing building, many activities are
i labelled a tremendous success. operation.The class began on Monday, canted on, some of whichare
l I Assignments were then Adult Classes in March 29. Any adult interestedin archery table tennis
< made to teachers as to what Handwriting and Arithmetic sewing may register for the badmington basketball
type of career they would have grown from an enrollmentof small fee of $2. We would like crafts and hobbies. In keeping
sponsor during the month approximately five students to have at least twenty-five with this, we are taught the ,
and the trips were planned. each to 15 and 18 respectively.This persons to register for this correct way in playing these fr. ty
Scheduled according to the is very encouraging. class. We need interested per- games and activities. 4 c ,:
surveys ,taken, trips were Two weeks ago the Director sons. We have one of the Periodically, we have 5J
,. conducted with the key purpose B.A. Morse, was thrilled best instructors in the county special features and pro-
being to allow students when he was presented a teaching the class, Mrs. K.G. grams. Our last big featurewas
,, to "gain on the spot" know- brand new reducing bicycleby Taylor. a visit by Cassius Clay'
ledge of their chosen careers. James Bowman. The South Miami Progressive the heavyweight champion of J\ ,,

For example, hopeful journalists This bicycle was a giftto ana DevelopmentalClub the world. We all know him as r.
toured the Miami News the Community School from is also sponsoring a a man with a loud mouth and
Building and talked with the South Miami Progressiveand Girl Scout Troop. This troop the fist to back it up. He made
leading members of the pro- Development Club of meets at the Community School his predictions as to the
fession. Probable members which Mr. Bowman is the each Thursday night at 7. outcome of his fight with a Irk;
of the Nursing Medical Profession president and Mrs... Betty The leaders are Mrs. Joyce Sonny Us ton (the first) and
visited Jackson Me- Gibson is secretary. Price and Miss Daisy Adams. he also stated that "After
morial Hospital. Future artists, This bicycle wU} be used These ladies have been work-. the bear, I'll trap the rabbit
teachers, secretaries and in our Slimnastics Class, ing real hard and I am sure in the second."
fashion designers met with which is now definitely scheduled the entire community is goingto As for coming events, one y, Ip ,
teachers in the fields at Miami to meet each Wednesday be proud of this troop. of our teenage clubs is havinga ,y8 !
Dade Junior College. night from 79. If you want to The Community School semi-formal ball at the
Auto mechanics journeyedto reduce fast without cost join welcomes any group to make center on April 3, 7:30-11:30
Sheehan Buick Companyand this class and ride away the your Community School your p.m. For further information
telephone operators to weight without going anywhere.The regular meeting place. contact any member of the
Southern Bell Telephone director and Principal Please remember its motto f'Valladells" any afternoon
Company. Majority of the i Miss W.C. Bawl, are extremely "Good People Make Good after school. Another up
students visited the Univer- grateful to this organization Communities." coming event is our Indian
sity of Miami, where studentswere Pow-Wow Day on the 9th of
divided into interest April. The kids have been
groups of music law, Miami lisiiiess College preparing for this for three .....
sciences, and engineering. '.weeks and it pfomises to- be Lovely Beverly Nixon of the class of "58" was among
Before ';:they returned ,to In Full Swing .. : .:::'Colorful, authentic and fun those elevated to the Hall of Fame. Beverly finished Tala-
school students were treatedto --- for all. dega College and is now a teacher at Rainbow Park Elemen-
delicious box lunches by Mary Harvey ReporterOn Others to participate on This center is also here tary School. She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority

the University. Most trips Friday night the the program were Gevene for safety, recreation and protection and is very active in other social church and civic affairs
lasted for half a day. Miami Business College, Dobson, Patrick Shaw, and of the children as of the community.
Winding up operation career assembled an house and Mary Harvey Isiah well as the adults. We have Others in the hall of fame are Carolyn Bennett 57;
month on a high note, program in honor of Henry Charleston illuminated the many experienced leaders in I George Littles, 59; Barbara Williams, 60; Robert Smith. 61;
was an assembly program with Simmone member of affair with his most delightful which to follow, Mr. Holley, Julius Lee and Anthony Sweeting, 62; Clarence Culler 63;
a new
its guest speaker being Mrs. our faculty. Frank Cowenof personality as Masterof center director; MISS Banner- Patricia Kelly, 64; and Reginald Burton, 65.
Athalie Range owner of the the Urban League sunk Ceremonies.We man, craft specialist and .
j Range Funeral Home. The on "New Opportunities in are proud to announce younger girls; Miss Gray,
dynamic speaker urged the teenage girls Mr.Dixon, boys ,
; ;
Miss Ina Dampier competedin 'I
the Business World" and ; BEDROOMS-2
students to prepare them- introduced by Willie the finals of the Miss and Mrs. Peques, dance and BATHS ATTENTION
selves for a greater chal- was baton specialist hone
Campbell. Mrs. Mary Lou Tan America Contest [ Large CBS on
lenge than the one their Bristol, the Nancy Taylor which was held Saturday double fenced lot. 2-ear CHURCH REPORTERS!
parents had to meet. night at Bayfront Park
Teacher at CharronWilliams Beautiful frvit
Preceding the speech, a garage.
short biography was deliveredby who Commercial College Auditorium.We are .announcing that SEWING AT ITS BESTWe trees, fish pond, well,]
spoke distinctlyon
Brenda Lumpkins, a junior very of and sprinkler
two more our students pu.p
"Charm the BusinessWorld"
t at Carver. Serving as a back introduced have been placed under specialize In all types ofwing. system. Only $500 FHA. All church news must be
drop for Mrs. Range's speech was by employment. Mr. Willie .. Dresses, shirt, alter office later than
Miss Maeomi Lawrence, No closing cost. in our no
were various talent presen- Campbell at Sears and aliens, restyling, stocks,
main .
were speakers.An
tations members of the our 7 p.m. Mondays for publication -
by inspirational mess- Roebuck and Miss Myra bedspreads, covers anddrap.rl.
school family. Following the age was given at the be- Jean Lewis has a positionon ... Even upholstery. IEDISON REALTY in Friday's Issue.
occasion by Arthur Lovett, Miami Beach which she
ginning of the by 175 N.W. 62ND STREET
Laleatric Jones rendered a Miss Myra Jean Lewis. la extremely' happy with. Contact Flora at --Ed.
classical piano solo. Oratingon 751-2441 I
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1065 NW 79th St. .
the subject, "The Stu- excellent.
I dent's Place in Civil Rights," NHS CHORUS RECEIVES The last two entries were

I was Marver Scott. Moth SUPERIOR RATINGThe the Madrigals Singers and

\ musical selection Hands choral made I Clarence Wood student con- .. .. .. ,. >COC0000000000ARE ......
Across the Table was playedby groups ductor. Both of these entries ,.-'.: '., -:::-- :' ----- --- --- -
Laleatric Jones on the rinal singers and soloists from
received superior rating. '
a '

organ.Carol Davis Dressed recited as Cleopatra a monologue Miami Northwestern the District High Festivalof attended *superior AH entries rating that are received eligibleto a ::, YOU'A FAILURE? :,, :::Mpg

the Florida Vocal Assoc :
relating to the last daysof attend the state contest '> ,
the ancient Queen of the iation. This is the first time Daytona Beach,April 29,30, ,. '
Nile. in the history of the organization : v ;
and May 1.Parents. Financially? ri:
Tenor, Jimmy Fairfax then that complete integration and other support ,
sang a heartwarming Count was realized. The of the chorus are working ;: '>
concert choir, boys' chorus : : /i
Your Blessings. 'f' }
hard to raise funds to financethe
under the direction of Arthu: \f, .
: v
:V> Sociallyj '< )A'1f.kJP?
School nominees for Silver trip. Interested persons : : :
Knight Awards were then presented L. Evans rating a Superiorand may contact the school, PL :, :::. :: .' ) ? '
by Mrs. Verneka Silver Excellent respect-4-5491, if you would like to ."It', A., ":"I$ "00n.t :" "
,, -
assistant ively. The girls' chorus contribute funds for this trip. .> .. _. '.JII /' .r \; ,"'''''''. ,
of \ 4
principal guidance v.
of \\1 : ; : ? .
under the direction Mrs. -"' \" .: Mentally : "0':.: 'i" '. <
The nominees are The entire Northwestern ,',: / : : 'h'
Berthenia White, received an :,:: :,/ : ,;r<
a ;" ,
Carol Davis dramatics; Mona family congratulate these '''''f''' '. f 4,' t' #
< ., "
Excellent .
rating. "f ,
Bethel students and wish for them a "" J M v.. '' '* '"
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Four soloists also entered:
Scott. English and literature; good trip.TAKE Do"oa"aY..
They were: Joyce .lnd.III.&f
and Laleatric Jones, music. a
Afterwards the girls soprano, superior; Joseph .. ., .
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principal Mr. Bannerman.With and Clarence Wood, tenor ." l; : ::; ;: rf;:
the conclusion of his
remarks students stood to

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 2, 1965 15Spearing
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Derby Day at GuljstreamA'

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There is never a dull 'Hatr'an""h later the
r- moment at Gulfstream Parkon Cypress Garden Water
With Sports Florida Derby Day and Skiers will begin a series
J Saturday will be no excep- of oresentations and at 1
tion. P.TJ., the top specialty
Whether patrons come nurrber will be presented
...fty HARRY lnAR .-- early, for the morning by the Flying Flivvers.
activities, or later on, First post as-usual will
they'll find plenty to enter- be at 1:30 p.m.
Once again Chris Dundee has the field of
Mal Malkin's
tain them to of Orchestra
say nothing
boxing here in Florida all by himself, now the tenrace'program of resumes playing at 2 p.m.
that Little River has closed its doors. This thoroughbred competition.Gates and mom 2:15 until 4:30
should never have happened if the right matchmakers will open at 10 this group, the Universityof
were at the helm. After four years and a.m. and at 11, all the Miami Band and the
j dining rooms on the grounds Cypress Garden Skiers will
over 250 shows it had to flop. J
will be ready for business.The constant entertainment. -
Uttle River was the root of up and coming feminine contingent. .
on nana lor me Derby- willget At 2:57 p.m. the Florida
young fighters. There were many a great battle to see the latest in Derby Queen Purse will be
staged when Dick Lee ran the show, but 111 Burdine's fashions when run and at 4:58: the Cvnress
the bottom fell out after he left. The last models be in parading these Garden cast will,
main event between Jerry Powers and Mike creations at 11:45 a.m. present a special routine.
At noon, the famous The Derby Queen will make
Mamarelli was slam-bang all the way through,
University of Miami Bandof tour of the track at 5:05 In
with Mamaarelli the winner. Mike is managedby the Hour, under the the official Chrysler car
the featherweight champ Willie Pep. direction of Fred McCall, and at 5:07 the Hurricanettes
will make its of the U-M Band will stage
Mr. and Mrs Al DeSino from Newark, N.J., end do a show appearance in the In- the Orchid Dance, honoring
are visiting their friend, Tommie Ross, mana- field.At the theme flower of the
ger of the 5th Street Gym, for three weeks.Al 12:15: there will bea Derby.To.
'a former fighter, managed by Tommie, I 90YOU, 'D!LIE DOWN AN'DIE FOR ME? IT'D HElf race three of Orchid eighths Camelsover of a Folks At the Home"strains, the of Derby"Old

had his career curtailed from wounds he received MORE FYOU'osrAND UP AN'WORK FOR ME4April mile, with three of Gulf- theme, the horses will come
during the Second World War. -- stream's jockeys pilotingthe on the track at 5:11 p.m. and
desert at 5:22: the fmailiar
speedsters. cry
CHRIS Riding will be Jack Leonard, "they're off" wilt signify
SUCCESSA Barry Pearl and Ronnie the start of the 1965 Florida
Behrens. Derby.
sell-out crowd witnessed the show at the
auditorium. Celebrities from a 1 1 over were .
present Here are a few names: : QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOtlit

From show business, Jackie Gleason, Bob ': SpecialsNO I r':: 4' *' 'Niel" ''Cush'>:: to Boy

Hope, Frank Bunetta; Racing, Walter Blum,
1963 and 1964 champion jockey. Baseball, CLOSING COSTS ( .. Home Yov .Wutj
from Vero Beach where ,they train, Junior Gil- t t2 ,
liam, Maury Wills and Coach Preston Gomez. 1801 NW 83RD TERRACE

From boxing, "Willie Pep, former feather- $400 down, $87 a month total DO YOU OWN A LOT???

weight champ; C'assius Clay, present heavy- 3 bedroom, CBS, tile roof, oak floors, on corner lot DO YOU OWN A HOME???

weight champ; Gomeo Brennan, British Em- with sprinkler system and fence. $13,000 FHA. WE WILL TRADE AND QVE YOU THE CASH
pire middleweight champ; Florentino Fer-
nandez contender NO CLOSING COSTS We ore open every day ALL DAY including Sat. and Sun.
,Tony Alongi, ,heavyweight ,
; Garth Reeves, managing editor of The '
1151 NW 80TH STREET 1
Miami Times; Bob Hallaran sports inter- : month total F CORD :
down $79.50
$350 a
viewer from WTVJ Channel 4, and numerous : '
others. : CBS with huge Fla room, on nice lot, near busses Q?; 1639 NW. ,15 h,Avenue 635-4595
Willie Pastrano was panting, and he : and stores. Freshly painted and ready for sole at QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMAD
had kissed the canvas in the sixth round for, the first timeIn : $11,000 FHA.
a 15-year fighting career, and he had a little red mouse
under his left eye as he sat in his corner awaiting the BARGAIN DEAL sswnstsn rs as west sssns.rssss. wrsss..r
tenth round. But nobody was pn'parerllor uhat happenednext. 1152 NW 81ST STREET

$350 down, $78.30 a month total I[ MAN MAX-l'
Strictly on his own .Iurigem"'nt. Rrferee John LnBian- ,
3 bedroom with tile roof fenced
ro waved) Pastrano away and held) up.'the hand of Jnse CBS completely
Torres as the new Jlghtheavyweight champion of the yard, carport. You can't beat this low price of' only
world. : $11,000 FHA. :,

Pastrano sat fin his (.tool) In the Incredibly raucous : NO QUALIFYING DUPLEX I I II
din of Madison Square Garden and rried.
: $800 down, $75 a month
Holiday on ice show now holding WHAT HAVE YOUTV's
: with tile roof. 1
CBS duplex mortgage, financing
forth at the Miami Beach Convention Hall is
with $10,500 total price I II
: owner. I
a tremendous production. Beautifully costumed -
and magnificently done, the show is a must : NO QUALIFYING $19.95 UP

for lovers of the arts.Register. : $300 down, $70 month

....... ..... : 3 bedroom frame house on nice lot. 1 mortgage I ALSO, T.V., CAR & HOME' RADIO REPAIRS I

:. with owner on total price $8,500. BRING IT IN SAVE MONEY!
: Now! $ .

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Ed Charles, third baseman of the Kansas City Athletics stopped long enough in
Daytona Beach during the baseball game with the Houston Astronauts to present to Miss t9E
Rosa Lee Walker, a sophomore at Bethune-Cookman College, majoring in Mathematics, the F} rY
Annual Edward Charles scholarship to attend Bethune-Cookman College. Big Jim Gentile, jr i if
">t first baseman of the Kansas City Athletics looks on."f' .

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((1)) NORTHWESTERN PAPER WINS AWARD AT FAMU editor, Afro-American Newspapers, Baltimore, Md., Miss shop chats with Consultant Woodrow L. Taylor, managing
I PRESS WORKSHOP Helen Mitchell displays the plaque Marsha Durfree and Mrs. E.B. Stepherson, advisors, Gibbs editor of the Pittsburgh Courier, Pittsburhg, Pa., in the
accepted for Northwestern High School, for the "Best All High School, St. Petersburg Fla., Woodrow L. Taylor, lobby of Charles Winter Wood Theatre. The student participants
./ Around Newspaper" presented by the Pittsburgh Courier managing editor, The Courier, Pittsburgh, Pa., and an unidentified shown here left to right are: La Chanze Harrison,
\ during the recent 15th annual Florida A&M University Interscholastic participant. Nancy Colebrook, Richard Miller, Brenda Perkins, an unidentified -
I Press Workshop. Mrs. Gerrf' Major, society editor ((5)YEARBOOK) AWARD GOES TO NORTH DADE HIGH workshopper, Elver Evans, and Elbert Taylor, all
t of Ebony Magazine, and workshop consultant, who ..ad.pr.ss The "best all-around yearbook award," presented by the of North Dade High Schol.rBeats.Wifei.

workshop newspaper award presentations looks on. Johnson Publications of Chicago, is received by JacquelynDavis i R

((2)) NORTHWESTERN WINS YEARBOOK AWARD The for North Dade, from Mrs. Gerri Major, workshop con !
Press Workshop award for the "best yearbook features" (or sultant. North Dade High's yearbook The Thunderbird, also
1965 went to Northwestern High School. Curtis Solomon won an award in the "best yearbook' layout" category. Ad.
accepts the plaque donated by the Orlando-Star from Ormund visor of the Opa Locka school staff is Edwin Demeritte. I She Kills Him

ff, Powers, editorial page editor of the Orlando newspapers.
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((3)) NORTH DADE HIGH WINS EDITORIAL PRIZE A. the consultants at the Press Workshop pose with the first A quarrel with his wife anda locked, police said. He broke
ward for the "best editorial"' in the high school newspaper lady of Florida A&M University and the workshop director struggle over a pistol ended down the door and struck his
i competition went to North Dade High School. The trophy for following the completion of the 15th annual event. Left to with a fatal bullet wound for wife, knocking to the floor.
a South Dade man Saturday From the bedroom she
this award was donated by the St. Louis Argus, St. Louis, right are: Mrs. Alice Dunnigan, education consultant, morning said the sheriffs brought a .38 revolver and
Mo. Clyde Murphy is shown receiving the trophy for his President's Committee of Equal Employment Opportunity, homicide bureau. during a struggle for posses
school. The presentation was made by Mrs. Thelma T. Washington, D.C.; Mrs. George W. Gore, Jr., wife to the Robert Peterson, 47, of sion of the weapon, it discharged
I Gorham, acting director of public relations at Florida A&M president of Florida A&M UniversityMalvin R. Goode, ABC- 6170 SW 62nd Terrace, died and hit Peterson in
after emergency, surgery in the abdomen, police reported.
and workshop director, for Milton Lonesome, assoclat.I TV newscaster and United Nations correspondent; Mrs. South Miami Hospital. His
\ ._ editorjplthe..Argui-J_. -"| :'itjInch. .hit as a 1965 work. Gem Major, society editor, Ebony Magazine, New York; and wire, Thelma Beatrice Peter- '####'#'########" ##" #'4

I I TAKE' YOUR FAMILY TO P', ::'{; 'ij IHoward Wo04" at Mrs.FAMU Thelma and T.workshop Gorham director., acting director of public relations son degree, was murder.charged with first THE NAACP NEEDS

CHURCH SUNDAY I 1'\ lIltallts Following an argument, YOUR MEMBERSHIP
ntfn THti c.; Peterson left the apartmentat
over a ((7)) NORTH DADE WORKSHOPPERS CHAT WITH CONSULTANT 10 a.m. and returned a half
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