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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: March 9, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00692
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""" "' ""' 1 TI.-e *'hnt'li! < are Changed' and MO are Changed Wllh ;Them: r -

40TH YEAR, No. 28 MIAMI,' FLORIDA, SATURDAY MARCH 9, 1963. 16 !7S -

I 20 Sit-inners Dragged ;

S is isE
From Nashville RestaurantCharged

with resisting arrest they Were loaded into the wagon
and Unlawful conspiracy to obstruct ahd several 1 others lying
public! trade arid Com on the sidewalk joined. the
merce, 20 Negroes were dragged chords E YY4 .;a C IIilMlltftPR67NMr t x f >!t n aw V{ .t 1'ii
from a downtown exclusive
Restaurant In Nashville, Tenn.,
I where they allegedly went to i ,
eat Wednesday.
,With the group were an elder*
IV mart ahd a young woman: As
they entered the Cross Keys
restaurant they were told to
leave, but they lay on their .
backs and refused to budge. !

Called to the scene, the police
forcibly dragged them one by
one through the door, across the
sidewalk and into the paddy
wagons, pulling each one, by his
collar. .-- .. ...-. ... _--, ... .._- _._- .. _.... .- _. ._--

door.lying One'He In'police here wanted blocking said then, "They; the's were" -y* R yx I King of Clubs Closes '63 Forum Series I

The made
.manager no comment I The third program of the tor of the Miami Times and The chorus is shown In the
The Negroes "We shall King of Clubs 30th annual Forum newly elected president of the picture above as a background
shall sang, Series closed for 1903 at St. Young Democratic Association to the panel named previouslyat
conquer, we conquer, as I John Baptist Church last Sunday is shown presenting the panelmembers left and President FranciS! ,
in high spirit and with a and former Judge L. and Rev. Johnson at right. The
'- b I call I from the audience for more E. Thomas did a fine job in this four club members' in the center -
next year.. A. large audience capacity.The under the pulpit are:
.. ... ... greeted the unique program Second from bottom, center:.'
---- ---- "'" --- fine chorus of B. T.
that had been planned for Kingof very Otis James, vice president; W..
Washington High School served
First Negro At FSU Clubs Day. music of the highest order and C. Cogdell, recording ]secretary;
vh s ; Mrs. Leila Williams the director Ernest Crowder, financial secretary "
Interning Here The program was unique in ; D, A Julius, treasurer. "'
the fact that all of the Negro was. praised for the renditions Bottom row: L. L,' Richardson' .
Maxine A. Thurston, first Ne- candidates running for seats in Luther\ L. Bibb, Dr; I, P. Davis,
( at Florida State the Legislature of the State President Daniel R. Francis James W Everett,' Hubert H,
wr University, is doing field place were invited to speak. Those presented membership certificates Gill, Dennis Smith, Dr. W. H.Murrcll .
ment in Miami an part of the making up the panel were: EarlJ. to the KC members repre F.' W. Reynblds, Carl
for the Master of Carroll,' Atty. James W. Matthews senting the number of years Rhetta, E. W. F. EL 1
Atty; Harold L. Ara non that they had been in the or H Hpeen.
Social 'Work..tJ ln"ee-whtclt she f Dr.,, .;
and Rev. Edward :T. Graham. ganization. :. ,,, Members
receive in 1964 I not shown: Dr J. "
will April,
John B. Orr, Jr., who champ ; Air, Carroll will compete in the The Rev. Thedford Johnson, L :.Zlata.< J.. C, ''Chandler. '..A.Divls .,
ioned the cause of civil rights Miss Thurston is the daughter second primary on Tuesday.Two Miami's progressive minister, '. it. Denard, 0.. J/.BdU. ,
forWegroes in the Florida LegIslature of Mrs. Edythe J Thurston 01Femandina outstanding Miamians expressed his pleasure at being w rdfl St.' Dr.. Von D. Mlzell.:
during the bitter fight counselor and served as moderators for panel. host and Invited the club back 'I Lt. Col Gtlaude Clark. and :Dr'
over school desegregation begin- chairman of the English Department Garth C. Reeves, managing edi next year, George A. Simpson
ning in 1954, is out to regain a of Peck High School.
seat in the Dade delegation. Orr She was born in Jacksonville.In .
is the popular choice in the 1950 she graduated from
runoff Tuesday In Group 0. Peck High as valedictorian of
her class: entered the University ? t
of Indiana, BloomIngton,
2 CHARGED IN (Ind., the same year, and received
the B. S. degree in social
MISSISSIPPI science in June, I960.
While at the college she wasa
SHOOTINGSTwo member of several sororities

Greenwood, Miss white and was active in campus activities 1T
men were arrested ,this week : served as basileua of
for the shooting of a Negro registration Tau chapter of Alpha Kappa
sorority for two years:
worker Thursday night Alpha
James Travis was struck in sweetheart of Kappa Alpha Pal[
the neck by shots fired from a fraternity in 1060. wd8 ,
passing car, while he was riding After graduation she was em- f it ,
In another car with a co-worker, ployed as! a social worker by
Rohert Moses and another, man. the: Florida State Department'
Those arrested were identified of Public Welfare in Gainesville V b
by Sheriff John Ed Cothranas for two years.
William II. Greenlee, a gaso- She entered Florida State
line dealer; and Wesley Kersey, University's school of social
service manager for a road- welfare Tallahassee in Sept.
building equipment dealer. 1962, and was the first Nero
Both were charged with fe- to be accepted at that
lonlus assault, the sheriff said. tion.Bernard 4

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Local Frontiers Entertain National l Officers 'I

Miami's Frontiers International ust. secretary to the Carver ".
Club played host to its Na Fresh from a regional workshop Branch YMCA;, Charles, North
tional president James F. King in Mobile, Ala., attendedby of North Travel Bureau and W.
u' of Newark N-i. and executive local president E. N. Taylorthe O. Perry of Perry's ;iFtorlst..
{y t rvSw secretary, Harold L. Pilgrim of officers were greatly impressed
Wednesday with facilities offered Pictured above areIG row)
w Philadelphia on
Feb. 27 with a smoker at the I by' Miami and its surroundingsand Calvin Hughes,; rIaI.
Patrick Range,: Roger Williams.,
lovely home of Yokefellow and found sunglowed hospitality '
and Oscar Weaver.
their wildest j '.:
Mrs. George W. Kilpatrick. expectation f
in our city below the line. Standing are George Kll-
The Frontiers
service organization a which seeksto Recently wives of the local patrick, Thomas Saund;n. Dan
rather than chapter organized into Johnson, Richmond Blackshetr,,
serve others were an
William Fuller E. N. .
business auxiliary to and assistin Tay.Ior.
themselves consists of : support
Garth Reeves James F
and throughout the great service work carried
professional men (
Harold Charles
Pilgrim North
the country and chapters in on by their civic minded 4
Berman, candidate in Group 10 for State ;two. foreign countries.The husbands. Dr. Anderson Marshall and'WjQ.Perry.Members Sheppard.' ;, William ., .
Legislature, admires Cassius Clay's prediction that Ber- national officers were in Guest at the smoker included
winner March 12. The verboslous fighterwas 1 the city to assist in laying the Dr. Marshall Sheppard, popular not shown r,ra IMH-' _*.*
man is a ground; work for the 1961 nationil Philadelphia minister and ton (Butterball) Smith James '
also out beating the drums for friend Earl Carroll, : convention to be held in MIami former D. C. Recorder of Deeds, Cherry,. Braggs Turner, Charles
lone Negro in, the runoff, who is in Group 4. during the month of Aug-i I Calvin C. Hughes, newly ap Hadley and Henry:Arlington, *,'
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900 Teachers' Invade Miami for FSTA Convention -', PAGE 2 SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1963

By MARIAN II. SHANNON, nes! sessions are the reading' _,. --a-._ -- '

bSr ooteachers: ,' supervlsspecial and adoption of ,a new"'constitution

ata' princlpaL ''ald <: adtanlstratlve ', of FSTA: ,..tho"'accordance of

,.assistants" izr"publicerlupart : a plan for redistrlctlng-

; ;'Florida will invade State Association Districts' ; and' ,

she: 7fI mi } rea.: ,..March 13.-1B in 'election of officers."" '* .'. ':;

\t.lj 73rdranriual!: ;, convention'bfnhe Officers to be electedrareyre'stdenteleqt : '-
!?U J I1 State Teachers As- secretary of ,rearch: ,
soCla tlonok 1'ff> theme t.IJife, ''yeajf treasurer, parliamentarian, chap-
\s taken"from FSTA president, lain, district presidents 'at large.

'Samuel A. Hunter'swork' thEme: ,The Revs. H. C. McDowell 1I! .
for 'the TSTA 'year "A ''Sacred Randolph Thompson and Fr.
Trust" and expanded for the Theodore Gibson will invoke
convention: "Improving The the presence of the omnipotentfor
Teaching Profession-A Sacred 1' : r the sessions.
TrostI' ."
Musical groups rendering
The' Municipal Auditorium in special selections will Includethe ,,1 I Y'1, Y 1fi ,' t {:.,slzL
Bayfront Park is convention Dorsey Junior High Chorus,
headquarters however, regis- Miami Northwestern Senior,
tration and special meetingswill High Chorus and special guest.
begin March 13 at Miami. soloists.

Northwestern Senior High., __ ____'__n'..' __'__' __ Robert Coleman of Washington
A full work-day session is set DR. GILBERT PORTER Junior College, Pensacola,
for.,the Teacher Education and will serve as convention organ-
Professional Standards Commit. Jones. executive secretary, ist.
tee commissioned ,by Miss Ma.
American Teachers Association; Local members of FSTA helda
caret Stevenson, executive secretary A. L. Osgood Jr., president, Congress Ili
special caucus for the FSTA
for' NEA Dept. of Classroom
of Parents and
Teachers, 1962. will get Convention, Thursday, March 7. I
underway at Miami Northwest. BUSINESS SESSIONS Emanuel R. Fryar is presidentof
ern/'iMarch; 13, Mrs. Mogul Du the DCTA. Members of Dis-
tree Rose DuHart and O. B.McLfn OUTSTANDING trict,10 comprising Dade, Brow- -'ps
will be '''special ard and Monroe Counties are
leaders. Miamians'on the Among the outstanding eventsto scheduled; for a tentative caucus NI
committee be recorded during the busi Saturday. March 9. '
are Mrs. Mavme E. Wl I

Hams and Mrs. Marian II. Shan : .:
non. The teachers will emphasize -

the fact that the acquis" I RINKYDINKS, Inc., of Miami and'exciting group as they gra
tion of knowledge is only one
aspect of teaching; and, that VII f'f'F f'A staged their first Cocktail Dan- ciously acknowledged the: ap
'creativity and genuine concern r ; sette, Feb. 10, at Bayfront Park plause of everyone.
for human values are also im- Auditorium in the Gulfstream ,
portant facets \of, 'teaching. Room. During Intermission, This Initial affair of 'the' Mi-
guests were entertained by ami group evoked ''rave notices,
Concerned with"the "Image members of the club in song from 'many sources. The next
being, publicized about teachers,, :end dance. The, entire skit and dance will ,be given Nov., 27 ''at'
the committee will seek to pre, routine were written and direct Bayfront Park Auditorium. The
sent a, true piCture !lof the, classroom ?'- ed by,the club's president, Mrs. proceeds from this dance will
teacher. The group will ;Flo' Hawkins. be used to supplement their
also explore the various ram"ficatlons scholarship! fund. ,.
of, the testing program 1{ At the conclusion of the pre- '\ .fi:,
designed for. determmnt teacher sentation, each member was In < .. -:
competence and teacher attitudes troduced. The Identically dress. '
toward the, program. A ed members made a beautiful Dugie's Guest" House
special panel will be, presented ,.'"
during the convention (Friday) .
Mrs. house of clean room,
by ,Irma Allen, Mrs. IN ORBIT
Marian H. Shannon, S. Bruce Open.24 hours NE 4-3851))
McDonald., and Dr. ,Evelyn L, Have you seen the Satellite? jf
Martin. It's different! Miami's most Seeing is Believing D';
unique] cocktail I.lounge. In orbit '
See for clean roomsjfiJamaica
A, special''repor' on "group" 71' days, and nights a week. At-, UI ,
action will be: made by W. E t rbospherc that's "out," pf, this ,Dugie, always.a' ,
Comb ,of the, State Departmentof worldll". friends.. "
Education, Dr. Elsie Wallace, James W. Cash, secretary 'of Emanuel'' 'R.' Fryar' Jr., SATELLITE LOUNGE
Dr; Evelyn" "Martin; and Mrs. Research, reports to the executive dent; Mrs. Ahette McNeal, first G222 NW 7th Avenue 2941, .NW, 47th St., Miami
Minnie H' ; Fields, State Department .. board of the Dade County vice president; T. Stewart Greer.
of Education. Teachers Association on the treasurer
; ;Phlllip Cooper, chap
,SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED delegate strength for Dade lain; John Pinkney 'auditor.
County and plans for the Coun-
Dr. Gilbert L. Porter, executive ; ty Caucus held March 7 at Car. DECLARES NEUTRAL STAND
secretary of FSTA, has an ver High School. The tentative DCTA is anxious for all teachers
nounced that manv outstanding schedule for District X FSTA to know that neither endorsement
speakers will be In attendanceat caucus was also discussed. nor financial back-
the convention.. Mrs. Hazel ing was or will be given to any
Blanchard. president of the Na- Members of the board seated politician by the association. It
tional Educational Association; are: Eddie Lee Stevens, second I is the policy of the associationto ,.
Harvey Russell, vice presidentof vice president: Mrs. Carmetta I abstain from practices of, a 'i .L ,
Pepsi-Cola Bottling; Co., will C. Brown, financial secretary; I I political nature.
be the keynote speaker for the I Qr V '
Thursday session, .and Arthur 1 1M f
L. Benson, director of Teacher
Examination, Educatioh TestIng Lincoln.Estates Motel
Services, Princeton, New /
Jersey; will address the groupat vr. i.ltll
the Friday morning session.

Classroom teachers will, get 22339 S. Allapattah Dr.
an opportunity to hear presi cou.d. l f +
dent-elect Henry Goebel, of the NOW OPEN FOR
Department of Classroom Teachers BUSINESS
NEA,;in address! scheduled
for-the banquet Friday night. Spacious Rooms Stove & Refrigerator
Entertainment will follow the Private Bath .' each 24 Hour Service
t }
banquet featuring' the famous room .'. Modern Furniture I
Lou Paris?":.Walters. "Evening In, Television i ,e Mad Service

Other t Large Closets, .. Ample Parking Area
speakers scheduled
to t N i
Tomas; n the program are Dr. i I
D. Bailey, State Supt.
of Public(, ,Instruction' ;'George W.MARY'S' 1'A'1

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Well:known, beautician who .and:PACK AGE ,STORE FLEISC'HMAN'N'S EtEIS IMAph. .

specializes in hair coloring, i Platter'Parties' '. .Convenient'Shopping' : ,1 ,- 5Tn.LIiD '

,Friendly Atmosphere ;,Modern' Prices: > V < ,:jr'
permanents, weaving,, cutting Delicious i Food .Open EveryNitei/ ; GIN > .

,-ajnd, all J kmdls ,of scalp
; Phone Circle ,7-9137 iUj ft'ri{ n. it'. i I11, i 1 rl ' .aEJ t'.wrrI'iii

and-hajr. i treatments., :, Drive'south. on,''U8' :.( ,, 1: to Cutler' :Ridge;'shopping:'center. ) ,'' 11 'Iiii' it ? r.._.,

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James Meredith to Highlight NAACp I SATURDAY"I, MARCH 9, 1003 J j .. PACE 3

Regional Conference at Tampa ,.

TAMPA ........ The keynote, "NTT A tONO> THOSK Church'at'' 10 a.m.: The''Woman's
dress for the lith UB 1IONOUED Auxiliaries from branches '1n

Southwest win be 'delivered Regional<< Conte by I3 $ ; James Meredith will lead thearade the Region will also'p1eet.1,, at, 10
Stephen Gill fitfottswood? c of "lrst Students" to beonored a.nv;; Youth Councils, (Branchesand {
hian of the NAACP >' by the Southeast Re* college ,chapter ,delegates w
Board Of( Directors land & of NAACP' Making the an will assemble at ;:0:30: a.m. on
or) of the AMJJ Ziort 'Church was Mrs. Ruby Friday and Saturday' mornings, ,
st. ) Church; regional secretary. Mrs. 1.,yN 't afit'
tUg hljau1lAM, 15, I Conf r : stated that other Negro The 'Tampa 'Branch and tho
headquarters anho nc 'd td be honored and Tampa Youth Council lare actingas ,
Qatitt, who now attends hosts to the conference.
: :bishop SpottsWoodwill University: Mlsd Tampa Interdenominational
the m ;etU1g.!} at which m 0 Hunter and Hamilton Ministerial Alliance will host i "
than 400 del gates represet both. ,students at thE delegates at a dinner, on Thurs PYdl
branches in Mississippi, of Georgia and day night in the Beulah Baptist
nessee, North and South Allen, first Negro stu Church. Speaker' "will 'be' 'the
lira,, .Georgia. and .FlorIda ,.to.,graduate, from the Uni Rev. E. DJ"Odum.z. ,church sec .
gather to: review the work of Florida's Law School. retary for, NAACiSItev; C. S. -- --' 0 I,' ,
compllshed by the_ hdve' invited Dick Gregory, H. Hunter, '11-i Is'"p resident of ; li E, STAY lOKt: i'J>H j.1 ,waging,, a ,campaign' to ,doable'
and to 'plan; new approaches,! 'We received rto Confirms" the Alliance. MusIc for the del 'saysi free ,elections' are a ; last, Tuesday V '107,000. Toter1!,
the Negro's fight for first from him as yet I Conference will I be furnished primary
waste of time Tho majority of turnout. Tho largo first
citizenship the in' the. South.' ,The honorees' will be present! School Chorus Mlddjetoh'Mrs Senior Ruby High Ar- Dado County's registered voters ballot of 232 candidates has been

who pf have delegates experienced are 'the Freedom Awards Dinner rington directing;. the Mt. Calvary 'must "Jiafp, Mt rUi'S, rKfcmov'ny[ l>a/tc\d" W :b iand7'> Ftt\VoraKoVvotlng
ship and from, ni ht March 16. The; Seventh Day Chorus,'/'Mr, last work lirf< 80% 6f them stay- onto will bo reduced to lews
efforts to breakdown racial 'will be held at the How. O. LI. Mumford, directing., ,:and r(l homo. d. C. Clark, n member than two i roUiutes. Local;$hambcrri -
crimination !in theIr 'comm M, :Blake gym, In Tampa the Howard W: 'Blake music department of Htiite'Ilcp.. Crtroy ''Matthowei !of"commerce+ ; civic clubfi,
ties. The .sessions will open on headed ',by* Mrs. B. I CiUzenB Committee ''to I Get-Ont- and community lenders ''have''
l .5 I'.i. '. : when Religious lead Cooker. Mrs. Debris, Hlllils also Tha ote, dnnnc tho Castro Joined tho campaign ''and urge1
from over the South will asistlng in arranging font, :.h e I costume to Illustrate tho'point.. ; you to take, two, ,mlnnt: ,for) '
r* I. 'at Greater Bethel Baptist. musical entertainment. Tho newly-formed group is democracy on March t!.
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LIVES- 1 .f r,:''';, tdtRDE1l; ,. WHISKY, ",.M. PROOF;. ,,lt,%, BRAIN NtUTIUL, 8P1WT8.0M, )8CHENLEY OIST1LLEK3 I CO., N.Y.R ,""P"I, ',,I.I.I ,(I'IlH; ,-.11'10'14'1. o 1 lidol..t! t !tr'l r y i it i.'o q't4IAa.' )

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QNCLEMSONCAMPUS: \' ( ,. ..,..i.'t''r; .'i u r ;'0" ii. , 1 I; Enjoy 1 :' the v'(' ?r ",' .! 1IItP.. ,!CO 11J'ud:, l '(14&)1:11.1-\\
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', CLEMSON, S.C ., ,With RgYln V;6W n(", t s'unny' : morni'ng", flavor of I."J'': "1"1{ I t"I Bli T 'r '

fpls In town filled'.to"' : x. a t ; ij: .

}Brook Benton didn't..have_ "4aanorn >.no hu't, / J I ,nojau.tW i t 'It'ui'
worries'' about where he .
sleep i for the ninht when I, H-t "Iff '101 '{'HlBfJP'o.; "4 .." ... '; ,Hlj HSItl M'"fC''t\I > d1' ,
dean of men, t.CIAmson, .Coll I d') sell' 1t14t (lliw Y,,1'.0.1 w. -1 '' 1' ....,. I, I 11 jqq',( ( th 'G111JU'.1: ..batTa ot
(Invited him, ,and his .,rl, uqr .1 a't." Ct'r.mra.+lelc, ;a "*\P.*" tlfi Oltq', ,1i9'tli. Bid. "(0o.t
t t6; be'' their guests. ,, tr( ..r\\ llrtetloaw no'ft", J.'
/ 'vtp : ; 1ft : ; haft (fungoid
;The, popular )singer, who ; : 101\ cla :A i ,J l'rh1d 11I'lql ," I'I :: IWlot, :)'Iom $ a&191 A11. q
appearing !in a concert ,,-ft'I'' (; .' "' .' ni 1'C1O'0'f C' h! I e 1 n. e. ,a3oi1Cird l{ i "aD-r(
the student body at the'' i . ....,. viJ '," \1(' {, "II .tlll' 1 \
that recently accepted its .... Ii#uuo.t A f fo M bnlrf 1 I ..1;/
Negro afterwards student said, that.Harvey both f 1518 (J f.1 ,.' i : ; 1" : 'ilt't, oj !'((Ilm,>
ty and students showed .A. .. .17' c.-f '? t, .... ,, J RESERV.E. .1. I ton bnft ,81d.10' flu'on
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every courtesy when he .
t1 LJwrl\l,s \ irt rmtt'fI Ng11 'two+

was In the'cafeterIa.his aide, .former. With .w ," .."...nrr"r.; :::;.. "\ ... ....ft ;: )' + h1 1 \,'Mi,\ M-n, : I'1! : llob l ,o'; .tr

official Herb Wright, '..< : :, 'j', ttt' ;,,;; l 4 ; '" :.cis" I1nJl014, q,
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traveled with him by car ;; ; .''' .. ; M ,." w'"io'(8m/ '' .,I
New York. i'n 'O'I: .., . ? ,< rt>e ) .ri U J OJ'. h 'Irl 10.-; eo'/.... .
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Due to make an 'J'. .'.;' 1, .1 t"v-fn,. oj y (lJql"1, I u i.;i ,t fRiY '.
.. "i t <
on a Friday night, Benton ,.. : ._
up the honor of being the \.4..1'HI"I1'I'Olrt-
( ,.,.
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Negro artist to appear on ,
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campus when his 1 ., ',. ,.1(11" ) ::t.h .
told him because of an ear .: ? t 1 ,,,
p-f tjl
he suffered when ..
Jury \; .-- ;t. ,.
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and beaten in St. Louis a ' ; .
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A,: { I' '1.I I 'I tI II
weeks ago he couldn't fly. ; I I 1 ,
stead he persuaded Dakota J t 't1.U'wUr"j I'l'rirt Ajsq

ton, who was to appear the j r 'P a' ,, 4 1 r, ". .r j.;(). ''f 1t{ .\ Hf nw I
lowing night to switch k p, '4. ;,' ht i : t tli itntC19"
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with him.Following. ; "b w a
ft, tgl''< "0''

a long talk J! i J ntd'i'
Gantt, who was his guest .. : '
the affair, Benton said r 'i' 4Z II 'f/l'i/ { '
Gantt told him he wasn't ; .' 1 1siIaN
; )I
as much strain and stress .
James Meredith at Ole Miss ; / I'' rrIt
many had become friendly ,
him. He felt that he's being '1IlI)" ; ) tit
cepted more and more In I"""no fJdI d1twt
of the fact that he's .nj( OoJ
t d;, t
now as just another .
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Joe. I"f ,
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Now almost recovered ., ,',. ; t c /', )+ irt !)bam: aali
the beating ne suffered at 1 P 1).111'" At"''' 1C .8.r
hands of a mob !in his St. r rr "I,, .,hui blu.ode R_rl i
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dressing: room, Brook has .. i
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sumed his tour and drew y r ,, , t K.ItVES 'it) I 11nfttY"
crowds the x" ,' ffrt. 1t4id'l11 ,t rtlr' '
at Royal ; .zw"'f .. 1\\ ) ; ; / : f .
cafe in Atlanta. Promoters fJ .. 'w'; .- .mn{
been phoning his booking a ... . .....'...

to cy, find Shaw out Artists whether, In New he's .. ..,'. '. Y.r / y r-r... I. ?""''r""aG' I'. 'f i ,'.' ''HrWtf''b''/ )'GlI 1 l t1r "' ', '
t .wrr r r /u ,,1 J JI
confined to his home and h. :.w ( ::1 ,' ..r''IIIT1f'.rt'f.'m I l l urn tNll'St31 Il ,'a-
reassured that he had ' ; r r ;j. ,',1 ',n H Wti: n r ctJf bri( !
ted enough to .work breathed I ..-; .. I.,. 3- ..". ,..; '
sigh of relief. r.. r, pM111N. Or '-'ITn"{ i T A:') >\'JfP. WIVt ot..c.f. 1'r .:'
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ELECTRONICSlYENINQ Schools livens up !iillour?: drinks." Makes i _them brighter, ,..I lighter i ; smoother=, ,', ':,/j'' :. ,*!"u"

' CLASSES, more, refreshing all the:way down the glass. Thafs because he.nley's.h choice l '' > tni''
I grain neutral spirits re blended( with'quality straight 'whiskys;.8 full '
'FI'I : ; .. yearsh'Ht i ,H i ''>Irls'<

I II of age! Taste .the difference age makes"in these drinks '.. ;'J':}: ,;'' ,I T!,

.\1" In.. .0.1..sCHULEY .
: I ? i-ilolcf UH ftoss with cttbt& fill short doss with ihaved,let. Mutdlt dashes bitten and Muddle Up.suiariaHoz.MtoaIiet.i>; ( at. "I ,.d,
t Po rtaji..fofScli i1ey. Let Jifftr Schemer I I i' sum lump In dash of wrier; Add Jig er of Schanley. ,
fill with Collins mix. SUr. .. seep through ice. ., II' .. )Ado Ke cubes and jitter of Schenley.' Shake with cracked ke. ,R9 x.t: ay
f Add lemon_ slice and cherry. & Add kmon twist and straw.. b n t 'j 6 farrtish' } with..charry,.. and oraoge slicn. S0rv with cherry and oranfi sflcau'{'.Jh& m t '
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 196 3 The Miami Sales for century the "Y." progress.
So if some memtter of the Our next meeting/w111 'be tits
Club WritesThe Sales Club should ask you for a Wednesday March 13. Se'e you
donation, please give generously therelR. ,
Miami Sales Club held Its the
regular meeting on February I especially of readersvhd iWtlced P. Randolph Sr., president:
27 with the president presiding. interest my first article, and truly hope JOHN HUNTER Sr., reporterSupport
Many things of great interestfor
..i the community r I
'0' (' t sales personnel were discussed.In .
71!; Main Offlle':at U140.N.W.,1JUh-r\f -Phbne OX 1.0421 building a great organiza in Dade County like
Ktrnnr, nt 1112" N.\V; ThirdIA've.. Miami Florida-Phone FR 82280II tion, we take time, and are putting / CARROLL

"! . great effort to carry along
b, E srniSMimp! IlEEVEH Editor and Publisher
: OAHTII ftKEVKS Editor with us a helpful and strong Johnson
O. !: Managing civic program.With .- Georgia supported .
'," planning sales train. .,. \' ,
: ttkij: 4'i. Member of the Associated ttefcro I'reeaa3leIer.of a
the National Newspaper Publishers Association0SUnSCIUPTIONT / I ing forum, we take great prideIn ,' '' FOR ,
assisting the YMCA in its CLIP' AND SAVE
RATES membership drive for 1963. Sh-
ONB YEAR $3.00 SIX MONTII8 $,1.00'- .FOREIGN '0.00 : First, we renewed our club MARCH 12 VOTE
membership, and each member
1 htere4<< as Second Claws\ Matter, .August O, 1027, at the;Pout,.Of fin, pledgcfi self membership, plus
''i. ; .Mjhupl, Florida, under the act'of March 3, 187O .* we' want to make our club a Group 4 Carroll Lever 5-A

HIIC NISUHO PRESS believes that America can best lead the world
from racial and national antagonisms when it accords to every man CHURCHES L l l
regardless of race, color or cried!, his human and legal rights. Hating CHOIR GOWNSAt
no mall, fearing no man-the Negro Pi ess etrhas to help every man OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY AND SUNDAV
In.the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held

tack. writeHydeGrade Products HOME FOR SALE

;: MAYOR HIGH'S REFUGEE PLAN 546' NW 21st TerraceFt.
V Lauderdale, Fla.: 4 -
':. In our issue of February 23 we noted the large number For free informationTEL. 2 BATHS .- CARPORTE AND GARAGE

of Cuban refugees in our city and the large number UN 7.0770 845 NW 11th Street
Negroes; that are on the unemployed list because 11 a.m. 3 p.m.
Cubans have taken their jobs. Discount PricesDR. This home bas been approved by FHA and is ih
first class condition. Nice living room, dining( room
We commended Senator Claude Pepper for the effort area, large kitchen with outside door' to carporte.
he was making' to relieve this situation. The Senator M. RADIN Jalousied enclosed rear porch. It hats a tile, roof and
suggested that the' Federal government establish refugee also has1\ solar, water heater that gives you hot
centers or help create jobs to provide surplus work. Sunday 10 n.m. 12 noon water without cost. This home has city water and

,He said he was not complaining about giving refugees Obstetrics also has a well and pump for watering the yard. The

:sanctuary but tat the same time we have a duty to performto General Practice large CBS separate garage can be converted into
additional it has electric
our own people. sleeping rooms as wiringand
1159 NW 3rd Ave. running water already in.
i This week we tare pleased to know that our Mayor Phone 374-1419
Robert King High has come up with a four-point plan to Open dally 0:30'-: p.m. ONLY $450 DOWNAnd

:help the situation. 5-8 p.m. just one mortgage to pay at $77.57 per month.
You qualify for the FHA mortgage of $13,050. The
the mayor's plan includes attracting
more industry
seller will pay the closing costs (Mr. Chris) the
to Dade County, stepped-up federal participation in proJects -
for this area, continuation of an ,aggressive refugee salesman say's'' if you buy this home from him this
3 ** weekend he will give the furniture
:relocation program and increased state and welfare sup- you as a
port to release more local welfare funds for aid chronic, epecial bonus. Keep in mind this home has plenty of
eally jobless families. TONIGHT room in case you are expecting your relatives to
come see you or live with you. See this home first.
It is indeed a tough situation for a man, especialyone
with a family, to find himself out of a ,job throughno LUXURIOUS NEW DICK BROOKS, Realtor
fault of (his, and not be able to receive a little help ACCOMMODATIONSDOG 15327 NW 7th Ave. MU 1-6031
from our government because of lack of funds, while mil-

lion of dollars are being spent to help Cubans and other -. --
antons around the world. / ':"...
The mayor's program has merit. If it pan be carried , ..,
out, it will go a long way in helping to solve our unem-
ployment problem.

FiHsr HACK 8:15: P.M.
Tuesday, March, 12 is "D" Day.

Winners in the Primary of February 26 are campaigning GRANDSTANDADMISSION
hard and it will not be long before Dade County
will be able to boast of one more senator and 12 repre-
sentatives in the Florida Legislature. Next Tuesday even- It
ing we will know whom the people want as their repre-

sentatives. .

For the senate we are supporting Commissioner John SOUTH END :
Group 9, Atty. John B> Orr.

In Group 4, Earl Carroll. In other groups we go along I
with the endorsement made by the Young Democratic As-
sociation. .I ar :

We must make special mention of Earl Carroll. He : Rai r-Ae !
has made history1 for us, being the first of his race to f a
reach the run-off election for the legislature. We feel that
he should have our support. Carroll might not win, as he 4a ,.
has a strong candidate to contend with, but win or lose, VlGRANLess "
let us have the satisfaction' of saying, that we supported .
him. _
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Far too many voters stayed, at home, on Primary Day. e _
Let us turn out in large numbers on Tuesday. We would x : _

like to,use the following! as a headline next Friday: -. RIN :

"20,000 NEGROES CAST VO'f E" n .w, ,- 3:.4..,0 ,., Md
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You can if you will The decision is yours to make.



"What The Public Should Know" is the caption of N N/
an article on; taxes by Phillip J. Bernstein in Tuesday's IN ORBIT"Sunday

Miami Daily News. It is quite lengthy but well worth the March 17
time you will spend reading it. 6 to 8 p'm-
If you are among the average citizens you can learn ADMISSION $1.50

much, perhaps all, about the taxes you pay... This at least, BIG
might give you some_ satisfaction, even though it will not FASHION SHOW & DANCE
reduce taxes. it's always good to know how those tax Table Reservation
dollars go.The Less than 3t a day : Phone NA 4-1433 or PL 1.2691

writer advises not to send any representatives
back to government positions that' have pledged not to Tropical Pharmacy Bunche Lanes

reduce taxes. Prescriptions Accurately Filled
Bernstein.also ,speaks in high terms of Congressman 3205 Grand! Ave. HI 4-0640 2282 Bunche
Claude Pepper. COCONUT GROVE West.. Drive- --

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THE ,MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. *.,-hd1M.,."" ..
<. Postal Employees PAGE 5

Here ', k'I
THE . To Meet ""iW
The Hampton House" Motel GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVg\,lIaH f. !:tOOL I
OVER and Villas has been '''chosen as :'. Proudly 'praserlts ...: ,' --..-.'-
SPORTS WORLD headquarters for the' National ;... '
Alliance: of Postal Employees
Convention which will.. ,'be, held ._- "TheHornets, QQtO.-i'ti' I
By LEO ARMBRISTER here May 29-31, 4. !: ....
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.... ... .,")o 'fm''d Broadway"Singers ...1 ?
--- --- -- champion New York Yankees. .. ..

Excelsior Shows Up Well Sill JOHN HOTKIj PAR .' Dancer ,Comedians .. Magician
I 3,ModJem Dances' Groups 20, Piece Orchestra' ;
AND BIRDIE IIQ. 2 Rocjc# 'n, Roll Calypso,hands .it.
I In 23rd City Bowling Tourney The Par and Birdie Club. is r--. DATE -- MARCH 8 ""'* **. "', .
very grateful to Sam RablriT, ?N y.,? SCHOOL .... ,iI
The Excelsior Bowling Leaguefor major league ball will be like the Sir John Hotel for the generous PLACE--"CARVER; HIGH i > er"
the third time stood In the this season the first oppor extension of his establishment *ADMISSION) ',.,-. ADULTS 7Sc, ,STUDENTS 50c
front line with all the bowlersof tunity for Miamians to see some as the clubs headquarters.To I A
the city at the beautiful and of the coming,, action will be beautiful solidify plaque this posted association In frontof the
very accommodating Congress Sunday, March 10 at Miami Sta- the hotel under spot light
Bowl where honors for the 23rd
annual City Tournament were dium, when the Baltimore Orioles was designed and given by Mr.
being contested. will play host to the Rabin. .. ,

Great was the competitionand HAMPTON

great was the showing of CLUB ..,
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the Excelsiors; coming out of ;

this session than any with previous more recognition tourna- \ MOUSE ;: ;

ment. : $] PRESENTS "

The final tabulation after the SUNDAY \"
tournament ends this weekendwill FRIDAY, SATURDAY,
most certainly show that
several of the Excelsior teams A VOTE FOR '
are up where It pays off; which Satch Robinson's Tropical Revue.
makes us very happy and proudof
our up and coming bowlers. LOUIS WITH

Ernest Hays lit up the house A VOTE Princess Tania and LaRosa Phillips
with a couple of 200-plus games s NIGHTLY NO ADMISSION CHARGEBeginning
,,3 SHOWS -
and had them cheering him on
to a second place spot In the FOR A FORWARD ......;r-.:"rnw; ll..... .- .
All Events. ",.t'- ;;"X:
1 Tues,,
Eddie Thorpe and Leo Arm- LOOKING March 12
brister are at this moment : i, ......., .,.',v.". iht: >t..rt' f\'YJi\'i\
clutching the fourth spot In the DEMOCRAT ' <''f,v; Y" '" Ramsey LewisGentlemen \
., l(
doubles event and hoping their { ?t 't"t
..') ,,\) ':. '*
1314 posted score can withstand .y<< $' \;$
the onslaught of another s of Jazz
week of competition.The GROUP ;t r 1 1. "'. Trio

with LOUIS WOLFSON IS 3 shows nitely
league accepts great 9
pride the compliments of Theodore 13 ENDORSED BY.nJI'TI :1r $1.50 admission
Goldstein, president of the MINISTERS'COUNCIL Saturday $2.00 Adbi.Mutlnre .
Greater Miami Bowling Association T + \ Hun. 3-3. Adm. $1
when he said that: "great LEVER24A OF GREATER 'G No alcoholic btyVenages
things were always expectedfrom MIAMI
the Excelsior League. Con. .nerved
gratulations on this your latest -

MOST MAJOR LEAGUE You can vote for Louis Wolfson no matter where you THE NOTEABLES
TEAMS live in Dade CountyBARKLEY'S
Major league baseball had
very little difficulty In gettingthe The Exotic Dancing Interpretations of
big boys to sign contracts '
this year consequently the way
was cleared early for the serious CUT-RATE STORE
business at hand, that of train- hors d'oeuvres and canapes Fri. & Sat. 6 til 8

Ing for the hard run of the 'G3 "THE FRIENDLY H1'IUaI'rll THE WARM WELCOME"

season. 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376 Planning n bouquet, nnrty, reception, wedding
The champions of both Call Hy Food and IVcvrruge Dcpt
leagues made no bones about DoIN from $:J.UR! 'to 8B11.9ft, Old "Spire Cologne
4200 N.W. 27th Ave. NEwton 3-0611
the desire they have to remain Bleach and How Crrnni 75* For Men $1.23
champs and did not hesitate to Old 07 JlcrgamoMt Hair Wrlwlcy French Mine
make their stellar players the Dressing/ 50* nnd $100 Bath' OH $1.30 -
most satisfied and they hope StrnlKlitcnliiK' ('on t.'tn'cI" Room -
the most productive In the bus. Comb 70* to $2.0H Vaporizer rcg. $2, only 1.80
iness. hair Coloring 35* to $1.23 Koynl, Krno and Po-Ke-No Homes for Sale

The Mighty M-Boys, Mantle
and Marls of the Yanks and TOYS AND GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1441 NW 43rd Street
Mays of the Giants have conjured OI'KN DAILY ANI SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
enough,: from their outfits to $350 DOWN NO CLOSING COSTS
make winning a hand-out, but JOHN A. Mc.MINN, Owner
$18 week pays everything for this lovely CBS home
there Is still to be consideredthe
unknown rookie or some I with furnished kitchen and two jalousied porches. ,
dark horse who can upset the
whole apple cart. I 1729 NW 47th Street

Floridians are lucky to be $350 DOWN NO CLOSING COSTS
able to occupy box seats to You can take your prescriptions to any CBS home, awning window., air conditioned master
Spring games of fourteen of the bedroom, furnished kitchen, large walk-in closets
major leagues' 20 teams, gaininga
valuable Insight on what Drug Store you want to. Take it to and loads of kitchen cabinet space. ,-

1899 NW 41st Street }

New Open Hunter Drugs where it will be promptly No qualifying for this large lovely estate property.

Consists of 3 valuable lots plus home with 3-becf-
$29.87 pays all breakfast formal dining room, Florida, .. ') ,
III filled and reasonably priced. rooms, room,
room, living room and separate garage
Lot size 75x140 I

I If you can afford the best
2920 NW! 64th St. I
3-Bedroom, 2 bath with every conceivable extra. A
home 2 years new, valued at $42,000 and can be
bedroom 2 bath Fla. rm.
3 ,
for $28,500 with excellent
purchased now, today
JE 1-6902 terms.

- To see the above homes, call John Murray, nights,
Saturday and Sundays, phone PL 86261.

Gorgeous Federal Mortgage Co. ; ,1
$450 DOWNNo Drugs <. : :

qualifying. Move* right in I 5709 N.W. 2nd Ave. PL 4-2605 .

$25.50 per week pays all I 595 NW 20th,Street Phone 373.6700FREE MEMBER CHAMBER OF COMMENCE .'

2153 NJW. 153rd Street I ,
.... .t
3 bedrooms, Fla. room ,DELIVERY Got a Spare Room you want to Rent? .. .;

I Try A Miami Times Classified Ad.r.'V -. ". '

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: CLOSED ,Prices Good thru March 9th Weller's AG Store
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Pranks Ib ,':, 490GRADE"'A' :Sliced Bacon Ib 49

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?!YrS' 1IF25MAROSE'CANNED : t SausageMAROSE ,29

: CANNED 3 ,gg.
Picnics 3 : Luncheon Loaf 990
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lll I nnd Steak. Ib 690w Ground Beef.. 2gL

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2 Produce
... 'FrozenDairyHome
2 BUNCHES I Sunshine Sweet 5 Ihs
and Dade County I %:K&3L
Carrots 194: Milk 490
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Pecans' :89 I Pizza Pie $1.00
(With $5.00: Order or More)
.. Biscuits .3 for 25*

FLORIDA JUICE, DOZ. ., Fruit CocktailPeaches . .; .19c, 12 Oz. Sara'Lee-All,Flavors
I i ,, ', -'"J .; ,
Oranges 19 '.303,.HYNT'S :; I : r : Cake 691
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Onions 5 3 Ibs 19 I I._ .. 154I 303 VP.. T_ nil.. lli
r' "' avr
I ** .Cash,f"nU checks *, Cold Beer. At. All Times .* Open 24 Hours DAILY I

1 16 OUNCE HUNTS; ', .1 . .. \ \ ..' J I 14 OUNCE ,.

'Tomato Paste :2 ::for. -, 250r Heinz Catsup ,. 19
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46 OUNCIE"HUNT'S. , ,d' . t
!I' '' ? n.Tomato (\-- .f.! .,
} JuiceilomeiSpani I ." ,/H1,', ,1r.." 'L"r 1 ",:n,: \0 Chinto" .. Rice. ."-' 5 Ibs,. I' (t"t)'{57} '
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I I Eloise. "::PoW, ,' .', ". Jfe71F"Z'.z....,: Birthday- Celebration to Honor Doctor ':Sweeting'P/l' / '' 3.A'I

'& .. : ,; Others on the program are ned for your entertalnmentandenjoyment
j ., 1
to raise funds,for
Edward LewisNEW. Atty. L. E. Thomas of Miami,
I :. ';: : giving the occasion, 'ana at the the Sweeting'sFoundonFund
will ,. ; Inc., wh1chl give a -
*:si*', t," m i* '*' *."*-' '\ be organ John with Morrison special mUSIc and Fred arship each year to a deserving
chapel'train?,and carried a nose Dozier local radio disc jockey student. Please come and enjoyIt.
gay of contrasting red-whitq car.. t ;'
nations. ' L. A. !holland will bemaster of
i ceremonies and the Rev. Ivory
The bridesmaids, attired in Mizell,. associate minister of the
floor, ,. l length, cranberry gownsof First, Baptist Church will Introduce Beauticians Unit 7The
velvet with
''f:) bell skirts and the speaker.
.. ...... fitted bodice, also carrying bquiqu
,:: ..;...., Miami Beauticians Unit
ttj ts or'rcdAvhlte' carnations, ,Special music will be given" ,
,...... included the MLsse9; Valencia by the Dlllard High School No.. 7 i Is< sponsoring a Tropical
.....,.- Poole, another sister .Sharpn Choral Ensemble uncfer' the direction pream fantasy at the. King fit.
: > I).' Levels sister of the
<< ; groom; of Mrs. Rhoda' Sneed. 7th8AVe3 et:
r: 'it Gwendolyn J, Hpff and Evelyn, Hearts ,Olub. :GOOd NW
...l; 2r 0, 'Jackson ":v,:> ',.,'. if> >: 'Guest soloists .are E.. M. 'D visor on Sunday, March 17 from 61 til
I oj ..." "'.r. Eugene Mccabe ,;J i4., was best Roosevelt High School, 'West I {9 p.m. This is a delightful affair ,
Palm Beach and V. A. Toomei I
> man and ushers included Brapk ,
and the is t
public: Invited,
I principal of Collins Elementary
G, Poitier and Poitier
... : "t\! . ., '" Rev. Weaver of the New. Mj leal l paradise, "
i{ t.. Lewis, brother of. the groof11'and !, ',' I'' )
Ronald' ,C, Rogers.'" ''''1'1 Olivet Baptist Church; Mrs. Marion Muldrow; ..presi.dent :
Richard:, Pelaway "provided This has been .
\ ; program plan
I. \ry"tt organ music ,at ""the chapel fop . ,- . t f" t ,f''It j i .y\''?H
il the"'cdlc-rful l nuptial and 'fort' the Dr. Anthony George of' NewV6rk . " "'L''( ; 0..11"1.,_- .'

reception .t.whicfollowed! !one City, will be, the guest I':: '., 'THE* MIAMI 'TIMES MIAMI, ...
of New UaVei'S'top' private .
10 for, FLA.P1C
speaker sunday March ;*
< t ...'"-;-:.- 4.. -,., ...,...,....."....,--;-- ; clubs, attended,* by more [thiri the Sheeting's; 'Foundation1Fund SATURDAY, 'MARCH 9, 1963 ;'. .. : ,:: *17.
R l 500 guestVh bam the
; ._ Jnc.3:30: p.m. on
'nAVEN'IConn.< :
lmpr slyc simplicity of.Yale's The state ,along frOm the Massachusetts'1 Eastern ::'"Seaboard to j Sweeting's Estate,( 2X48. NW.1t' tjiSl ,, "1' .. , ,1.\ .I. 'i, '1
; Fort'LaUdcra 1
Marquand Chapel,. with its old Florida, including the bride's ,
Nqw; >England, vhlte and mar, native' JiOma, tOwn the Districtof ;Dr. Anthony who just returned 'j ;rii i S
hogany pews; was_ the setting Columbia. ,. from touring Central
fox; the ,glittering formal wec Following the reception was America along, ,with} his wife,, is Group Group
ding', of, Miss Helolse Poltler, a gala party for,, thenewlywedsat ; 'ndw' a' guest at the Eden Roc .,
r. 4
daughter. of ;Mr. and Mrs. Os-i the HamdenKConn.; home bf Hotel,' Wiarnt Beach, Dr.- Anthony I tot !fr l
borne Treadwell Poitier, to the bride's parents; attended by has worked along with
Edward Lewis, son of Mr..and relatives and intimate 13 rr 13
tnly Dr. Sweeting at the United Nations .i f" "'J bO)
Mrs.I \ Hubert E. Lewis. friends of the bridal pair, before He is a world traveler '. ) :! .. ,' It.
than the couple left for" their 'and lecturer. ,
J More 300 watch- .1
persons t. n ( I
reserved bridal suite at. N e.' w '
eq the,.wedding, rite performed York City's, plush Americana Yoit :will, ,'hot, want' .to. .' 'miss, , ,Lever,26: AI, Lever .26 ItA I
WyJ, the Rev AutO' L. Carr. 'assistant : "t :
Hotel him.
dean, Yale Divinity honeymoon.'r lavishly. planned' ; . ,,,,.,' ) (,, ...., :-...
School, after ,the bride was, givfThe -,, ' j -
; "bride_ Is', a graduate *
: ,
enain'marriagi\, ;; py .c.J;: j f\9J r. f Yale l MedieaH\ School of Roent- .} :Meet your friends) ntCAL'S 4 .. ,' \'.

'* bride was "attired,1n'ia'' genoraphy and holds an execu :' ' .. .
full length gown of raised floral tive pdsition at New Haven's. LOUNGE AND
brocade terminatlngMn'' a chapel ,Whitney ,Medical Building., RESTAURANTFood
with a jewel j neckline/and long Thc groom" a student, ", at George S. Okell Jr., ,
E Southern Connecticult State )
length' train and a fitted bodice < nt Its bestYou ,
College who served three yearsin
sleeves. A. fingertip length
the _'J.. S. Marine Corps, upon \\\n\f. triad thou< rest\ .'
of;Illusion attached to a match '
ing pillbox completed herat; return from his honeymoon. : Now try the best 1. Unicameral I legislature Save: over $1 million
tire. She carried a satin cover- will become a junior executivefor Continuous service ,from 16''' a.m. annually.
ed! Bible' :decorated ::, with a the Eastern ,,Division;:of the. t, to 1 ant !
,2. No+: Eliminate in state rbud
bouquet 'a f ;\white orchids. corporation whose management 6010 N.W. '22nd Ave. new' taxes: ,pork eta.,
,Is under the. direction of his '
Miss. Hazetta Poitief, twin precedent !setting, father-in-law.' ,NE 3-9316 3. Up-grade"teachers pay to improve'' our schools.
sister Of the bride, was the maid The"newlyweds. will reside} at Owned and operated by. ,
of :4,honor. She" was attired jln.ia; 401( Newhall I St., New Haven, Jnnves 'and Nellier 4. Kerr-Mills Bill 'for Senior Citizens
cranberry, velvet -floor' length .I Conn. ;and, will bo at, home to
shfcath* skirt, falling Into a slim friends" "' -- . after March; "8. 1I. 5. Develop more Junior College and graduate' schools.

r 6.: Stop use of Dade's money ,to build recreational

facilities everywhere excepting' Dade County We.
contribute over one-third l of the budget and re't'
about,, %

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STATE' LEGISLATURE l GROUP 12 drink : Gordon?!? ii,

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I ELeCtED BRIGHAM 1V1 bt Mont abool. ,CordealIf

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E ,Bible reading In public schools' .IW.7' refused ,1
t .1)n II
.tamper with a food thtof.CoroWs .
>* No sales tax, on food or medicinef' .\ .to. .atfl.harks back to

.* Dado's full share of representation and Alexander"Gordon's or1ai >

distribution' of tax money, ; JjAr t! 2 \.!' ''I,j J r i Ml

1 Fair Civil,'Service for public employees G Lobdoo, )93 yearsIb'dhdncthr "'-10
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'if Speeded up expressway program fwlth vw and unchallenged to this

J. .. ,1i ,1 _.; 4_. ',full, compensation to property owner .. 1 abra: J

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THE MIAMI.. TIMES. MIAMI. FLA. floor Liberia show the at last the Monday Paradise in In "'>' '.
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1963 March. The beauticians of West Eii ty
: .... Hollywood and Hallandale will ,
;: :: : ;;;;; I
be hostesses.

Broward, .County News DRIVE ,IN THEA THE'

f' _..________ --_ _- _- -_- Cleaner'sand St. .
--- ,Ave".and 69th
'" "- 'i' Mary's OX 1.7959 22nd ,
The C. W. H Fire Department 8195 meets March 17. All members
will have its regular .meeting I please be present for the
Monday, March 11 at" 8 p.m. election of officers for 1963. Laundry"Clean NOW SHOWINGFoowthe
All zt members, are.urged. ,jto,. be, The Broward County Beauticians
present.' .* V-, will give a dance and Clothes Last Longer"
i r
The'South" Broward Post VFW FREE PICK UP AND I 9atade
''I '
Elks Tea ,Success living room, open One, i day service if desired' JacMe'CJleason

The: Daughter' Elks anniver fireplace front porch, solar 5832 NW 12th Ave. ,
sary tea was a'tremendous suc system for hot water.
cess. Thanks to our many loyal papaS
Seen anytime $23 week
friends who made it possible, Phone I IJ
5238 24th Court 7583151INDP
also we wish to thank the various NW I
chairmen and Dts. for their : ,I Idti
Delicate J
fine efforts. J I Icon

Have a bite to eat on HEAR, j

CHEF BERNARD, ENGLISH have over 300 homes for sale in Liberty City, : Technicolor IRRESPONStBIE"M I

LUCKY STARRESTAURANT Manor Park, Ope. Locka. Call us and we will show .., THEHTSONG
you these homes. We will help you with the finan- flffll TAW


1294 N.W. 62nd St. -.-
1-3069 Plaza Street, Coconut Grove. 2 CBS houseson Q : MCOMOV
one lot.. Each one rents for $20 week. $750 t- .JftCKJMESPLUS I
FOR SALE dbwn.

3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS custom -.- : '
built home, wit i h tile -CINIMASCOPE-
roof, awnings, air conditionand 2-761 NW 45th Street. Real nice CBS home with : .
fire place. Florida room, ca porte, awnings, heat. See this :

6440 S.W. 57th Ct. today. -.- :i SPENCER TRACY' ROBERT RYAN

;To inspect call We have brand new 3 bedroom homes : BAD DAYATBUVCKROCK
MO 7-5289
We have many duplexes and other income :
properties for sale. Down payments start at $350 1 1i Ct _
CKIIAMIS; CLASSES i JVW N...i.w.v.........+ Basic,steps for beginners. Advance We will trade in your old home or lot ii NEXT ATTRACTIONBWABWNEWQUi
techniques for the ex. i
perienced. OX 1.1913 M22 We are open Saturday and SundaysWe
OHd d11 Ra oaFo7 ,.,
KINDERGARTEN are open every'' nite til 8 p.m. : S + c
Greater St. Mark Kindergarten
; Transportation, hot meals. cd _ _-- q: :
Mrs. J, Johnson, supervisor. OX For Rent one bedroom apartments : E h
61637. rMMAViSgM wMEfAOCG.
780 NW 55th Street $15 week I & %
Experienced' operators on
dresses, complete garment.' Ap OF LONDON"
Inc. 2724 NW' 2nd Ave. Ford Realty, Inc. VINCENT PRICE

ALTERATIONS, for men and 569 N.W. 54th Street PL 7.2559
women. Zippers, pockets, etc.
PL 0-0218. Nancy. M9:
... For Sale

HOW CAN YOU LOOK AS CUTE AS .- -- ._ r -- 1551 NW 67th Street


and even after 111 } Like new CBS home. Move in today. Low down pay-

,'I' II ment or rent with option. Call owner.
HI 5-3524 or 4460647THIS

Wear a glamorous high fashioned ,



w TWO ,
$J4. .
j |.....[._-' -- |AND'ASSURE YOURSELF'

.'. r Coconut Grove Wig Salon [MEN-WOMEN LIFETIME SECURITY 18To50]

Grammar school lVffI lent for
; ,.. 3214 Grand Avenue many (lobs. Roctfeo full Information
Coconut Grove 445-6122 I on how to got a ,ow" .
ta.I:0Your:: : proton lob

4 e 54th Street Wig Salon ,... IldMp.......w tlrl

11. '!:F 1079.N.W.. 54th Street No $h S'

Miami Automatic Pay Rn 1
:. 751-1318 Nrw
> o NNE
"* iC* Paid Sick
Paid aca8o .. a1PN+dons
FRENCH IMPORTS fym: Q' All Holidays Pay

,, "S : $ Key Training of 80. Flo.
f AS LOW AS North Miami Beach, Pla.
Phone Wilson 5-5415
,a' Start our layaway plan today and wear your wig Suite 34, 1110 N.I?.,163i\1 rSU
on MAIL Name ...-..........-.-...i-..-......-.....---
4 k, in the Easter Parade COUPON Street .. ............... Apt. ._.. :. :

A I TODAY City ..._..._.._.___.._ State ..__

I Phone No. ..._._..._._...**"_.._




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Fernley Taylor, the mailman, is THE MIAMI' TIMES MIAMI. FLA. ., :; ..1i+, "
ill in his Opa-locka home . '. "
SATURDAY MARCH 9 1963 .-.-.. .
Down, Key West way funeral : PAGE-4'
services for Jack Lewis (he's

,"Little Bubber Jack" are Sunday CLYDE'KILLENS' KNIGHTwBEA"I' lIif 1 '1, !

. Father John E. Culmerof Vi ", :..

H I E hospitalized St. Agnes' Church. Ferry has Finder been ENTERTAIN. YOU THIS' WEKKEND" ;. ".. .'

had to take leave from Fisk U. '
come home to recuperate I" '''
from, her recent bout: with sur- I f
;;: > :JI geons. She conveys her thanksto
8IGMA8: and Zetas,are altar date is out Opa-locka all who were so nice and concerned

entertaining this weekend (to I,_. Word! came this way way that about.....her.
nite to be exact). It's their -

Grand Orchid Ball at Bayfront .....
Park Auditorium at 10 p.m. and .e 1 .,'
it's a spring formal . That A A
extravaganza of Living Arts, JET TV CLINIC
that the Alpha Chi Pi Omegasare
staging April 21 atv Bay
front Park, will have dancing, HOME SERVICE CALLS $1.00
guest artists and 'celebrities r a e,, ;wsj
along with its fashions and Day or NightWe I
coiffures . The Gardenia t
Circle is busy planning its Service All Makes of
Palm Sunday Musical Tea for
Dixie Park auditorium .0' The HI-FPs and STEREOSWe
Hospitality Social Club will I
have their annual musical tea Also Rent
and Easter Fashion Parade on
Easter Sunday at the Masonic TV by the week or Month
Temple, 1742 NW 3rd Ave RicksFormer
PB Jimmy
907 N.W. 2nd AVENUEPhone
ALLi JUNIOR HIGH studentsin lead! singer of the Ravens
the Heights'area, returningto
school and those enrollingfor FR, 4-2044 Hit record i "Let Me Down the very first time in September
will have a new Junior Plus land all star show

high school. Students now go- ADM. FRI. AND SUN. SAT.
$1.50 $2
Ing all the way to Mays from ;
Howard and Richmond Heights '"
will be enrolled here . Those MOST QUALIFIED : .
long awaited street lights were COMING,NEXT WEEK
greeted with much enthusiasmin L
Richmond Hgts. last month. : '
Io tn Jail .
Now we can find our way The Most Explosive : I;
around at night . Bonnie 7 ,
Moore returned to Tenn.' State Group ;
University Thursday . Sir <'
Walter Belle reports anew 4'" \,
court set-up by State Deputy ':' '
Grand Worthy Counsellor Mag. T "v'. .' 'I .' I
gie S. Cash Thursday in Coco PROVEN : r
nut Grove. Mrs. Susie Mae i %
lor.Hendley is the worthy counsel PUBLIC lI

continues to feature Ne- VOTE
gro fighters but offers segregated -
accomodations to fightersand
patrons. It seems that they
aren t aware of the increase in "MIKE"CALHOUN
gate receipts where Negroes
are given equal accomodations
1! '! Mrs. Patron Paschal of
11790 Buchanan St. was admitted -
to Mercy Hospital Tuesday
. And Mrs. Dora PattersonIs
back at home after a long W. Pol. Adv.
hospital stay . .Thomas Ber-
rien, without the aid of an athletic -,. - -
scholarship is out to be -- I"
the first Negro player on the FINEST SELECTION IN MIAMI
Univ. of North Carolina grid


Variety Children's Hospital listened
of future plans for the hospitalat LOW DOWN
a dinner at Miami Springs TERMS LESS THAN RENT
Villas Playhouse Thursday nite -0-
. The VA Hospital in the
Gables has set up a Day Care 1467 NW 53rd Street ORCHESTRAMarch

Center for the outpatient treat Gorgeous CBS, 2 bedrooms each side. Duplex. "Live
ment of service connected psychiatric -
oCt veterans. Open House rent free' $800 down. No closing costs.
will be held March 13 one to -o" 15 16 17 2 shows nitelyFirst
three p.m.
PB 759 NW 64th StreetNo show 9:30 to 12:30 Second show 1-4 a.m.

TJI}) CLASS 'AA' State bas qualifying on this Move right in for $495 down. Advance $3.00At the door $3.50

ketball the tourney fabulous is Blanche In progressat Ely $78 per month. Huge Florida room, porch, hardwood Everyone attending first show must be out in time

High gym in Pompano.: Finals floors. for second ,show
will be held Saturday night . --0---
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Two Negroes made the Miami .

Star News basketball High School team Metro this All- 1000 NW 75th Street COUNT BASIE'; MATINEE .

Carroll Williams of Curley High Huge corner houne,..2, bath and huge, Fla., room. .
(who made it last year also) Newly decorated. $13,000 total. $400 down, $80 per Sunday, March 17 from 2130 to 5J30
and Wayne Lee of Mays . month. Partly furnished. Stove and refrigerator. l
Waite Bellamy of FAMU and Admission Adv. $1.50 Door $2.00 .. .
Willie) Reed of Grambllng made o
the No alcoholic beverage to be sold
second team of the Associated -
Press Little AllAmerica.PB 773 NW 78th StreetNo !: .

qualifying ,on this gorgeous, fully furnished!, like
KDITOU JOIN DAVIS Is new duplex. Two bedrooms. Live rent free. COMING APRIL 7

on crutches as a result of anon -0- .
I -the-lob accident which fractured Clyde Killens Eleventh Annual '
i bones In his lower leg . 3342 Thomas Avenue "NIGHT IN NASSAU"
: Kathryn Percell and Otis Cook
Saturday evening, March 16 (Coconut Grove) HARLEM SQUARE BALLROOM .
I Like new CBS, huge 3-bedroom, 2 baths, hardwood I u '"

I floors, tile roof, Florida room. No qualifying. Move t

Will Trade! right in. $500 down. Reduced) price. COMING! :

We will take your smaller .
home In trade for this new, modern 'REALTYThe
I'' 3 bedroom, 2 bath beauty NEWS CLYDE KIH.NSsU March 22-23-24
with all built In conveniences,
Intercom, heat and A.C., sliding < JOHN HOT P THE
I liar glass doors, beautiful breakfast All ( Broker That Works For You) :
and all electric kitchen.
i this homes.set Drive in an by area 3461 of Florida fine 4600 NW 7th Avenue PL 4-0655 iii:4i1: '! FASCINATIONS .

Ave., Coconut Grove. Call FredG. (Open Sunday)

Smith, Realtor, FR 9-7587M23 .

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IVlt. Zion Observes Woman's DayThe

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1963 I Present ConcertOn .
K 11th Annual Women'sDay

8 was observed. at New Mt.
Sunday night at
Zion Baptist Church; West,.23rd
n nIiIIi1Th1W1i the Jerusalem Quintet and the,
Sensational Wonders will be St., Hialeah, Sunday, Feb. 24.

presented in'a' Gospel Feast The morning speaker' was

Concert The public is invited Mrs. Runette Williams principal .
The Community Prayer Band of Saunders Park Element at

is Having a week of serviceevery ary School, Pompano Beach.I
night this week, and you l Mrs. Williams spoke from the
are invited theme, "The Image of Christ
Kcv. lY.. Preston, pastor ian Women" and ''there ,waS-
much inspiration gained thru '
her speech", She also 'spoke
ST. JAMES AME CHURCH I words of awakening in urging k Y. '

the women to be informed about:
NW (05th Street
tl Ibl5
Ctl, the present changes in our counftry
Ruin .11.:. Copeland, reporter .:
,1\ev. J. ,B.. Blacknell, pastor

mlni .The evening speaker, Mrs.,'
Holy Communion was 'a Claudie Wilson; spoke 'from the,
i ishu'ca in tne morning and ev- ?
theme 'A Builder" also inspiring
I was -
i 1 ci; tttFi r3I, cllmg services! : 'l'ne tnemes
I'j I i i 4 'u and informative; She:'
God Will
wire "In' Due Season'
pointed out the values of mothers -,
-uJue" "iriow To Find
,being a builder in their
nix new meuiuers were receivJ.ito -
home. ,

.loA fellowship. celebration Mrs.. EssIe. B. Johnson, district ;
uui liumecomiiig 'president of the Seaboard
will be nerd tne fifth Sunday ANNA C. CAPERS
Convention gave a few words;!
inbteaa ot tne fourth Sunday, concerning the World Alliance ,.' .',%, ''l\ rs."'New Mti: ; Zion
Faulkner at Doors stated.
Day Open us. previously '
Cnoir Mo. will have its annual which will convene here in I Mrs,i I Anna .,Ci, Capers was

service: .11. o'clock. We are hop-i I: bt. Patrick's Day Tea Sunday, 1965; I crowned Mrs., New Mt. Zion by
lug that all of his innumerable March.17 from 4 to,J G :o'clock at raising? the, ,highest amount of
friends. and admirers of toe Home of I\iiss\ Annie Mae money Total:amount: raised,, for
Miami ;Will want to hear his Jackson:> 21-41 WVV ,6Scu;; bt. 'ine Woman's, Day was,, 104716.

I unique 'message. Friends and public is cordially invited. Rev. R. C.. Solomon.! pastor,
'. *. - .
blewaid' hoard Mo. ,2 will Intl. I. ii S.
welcome. i
Visitors arei cordially
meet on .L\lal'Cn 1 J at 8 p.m. All
t f 'Everyone is' looking l forwardfor members are urged tp .oe' pres Sthll Ave. Church of' Christ,

\ Day, June 1, our pas 1809 N.W. StH Avenue
s !S li, t tor's fourth1 anniversary wnen ent.Visit.. St.. James the .friendly Elder J.:'C. Jackson; pastor
will have mammoth chuicn with tne warm welcome '
we our : Nathaniel Thomas
,, reporter
; xs family-friends and
ground Uicaking for our new ,The'' 'convention 'of 'the'
sanctuary, which will be completed MT., CALVARY: BAPTIST Churches of God in 'Christ'. will
% and ready for dedication be, held ''in'' the City' of Fort
Sunday will be a big day for
the first Sunday in October. We Pierce beginning: '.March '616.:
have work to do. Let everyone the youth' of our church, for It We! are looking forward''' td have

be'',loyal. :and., ,.cooperative. ? preparing is a'day 'that for. they Sunday have, Marcn been a wonderful time ,in the Lord.

Pr I 10, is Youth: Day.., The guest i ,ei1'Fi.Pay; will be, celebrat

NEW PROVIDENCE I speaker for the occasion will be ed. ,on March .,12j! ,IMrsoi Gussie

Patrick Range There will be Gamble, 'is, looking forward to
Rev. C. J. Buiney pastor
many.other youth there participating see thewomen of the, Churches
Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter
on program.At of ,God irj Christ of Eastern
Baptism" services will be held ir Florida( in action.! Bishop E. D.
3 will another -
: there be
i on the third Sunday in this p.m. different Johnson,, state .bishop '
month: ,All the candidates aro program. Many
William/ ,J'- '. ) '
Rev. and Mrs. church choirs. will be there to Our church
asked to' ,lie,, at' 10 a.m.. "" n f Was''sptrlturill
present ;
Faulkner will be featured guestsof All I our friends,'and visitors are appear 'on, tlis, program also. MARY HARRIS, diolrmnnMrs. :I blessed to have a wonderful
the Church of The Open Door The Is invited time in
public to cometo service on list Sunday.
welcome to be of the -
a part
bnj Sunday< March 10. They are : _.. botht.affairs,' if.'you' don't Mary HaVrlspclialrmand an The,\spirjt, ;of; the Lord: was 'on
in Miami for their annual visit \ .J..t& Mrs. Roth JMf Minter; cochairman : ,
'< come you t will brf. the loser, for high. The, messages,,were deliv
with their daughter and son-in- Remember the sick"and those I indeed you'.. will; ',be missing expressed their ap- ered 'by',our, pastor, Elder, J. C.
law, Dr. and Mrs. John O. Brown that are grieved'by*the loss of ;something v ,Interesting.. preciation to all the women Jackson,(and the evening, message -,
and family. Dr. Faulkner/ ,will who helped to make this dayia by
our assistant
loved .
pries ;> r pastor,
: T SUCCeSS.n: '1. T
preach at the morning worship I Elder I T.
I I -I tl McCall.} .
I Rev. A. D. Hall pastorE.

TRANSFIGURATION' ,1899: N\V .,61th Street Ingram, reporter Baptist Ministers Endorse

1, Lenten;i'schedule of services: '',Rev. O,' W. -Ij'pster- pastor District Superintendent
Sunday, our I IThe
Wednesday ,Low Mass 7 a.m. at Our'' annual Woman's Day Observance Dr. :E. J.;; Shepard Sr..
the home of the Rogers' 25711 Candidates for.
will be held Sunday, will be with US' on his third LegislatureBaptlstrMlnlstersVCoun
NW 152nd St.; Thursday, May 19. Our general chairmanIs quarterly round during the '''' '
Litany and Instructions also Mrs. L. Coachman :. : ;
Gladys co- morning'and evening services Group 1 Tom ''
confrimation instructions,ht..8" chairman. Mrs. Rachel B. Pratt We are.urging all members to ell -of. Greater Miami. and, vicin; 4. Earl Carroll O'Malldy

p.rn.} at the Rogers'.. f and Mrs. Albertha Battles. c ontribute your quarterly. as- Ity in its regular session of 5! Francis Calhoun
There $essments.Ths Feb., 27,. voted, afters: much discussion 6 ,
:;will be corporate com Murray Dubbin
muhion for the Episcopal Each' ward captain is contest. Rev. I. C. Mlcklns and to on record as en 8 Richard
sate Pettigrew
Church 'women, at the 9 a.m. t ing, ''among bor:themselves< to see" I congregation of' Mt. Olivette dorsing a ,well-screened, 9 John Orr 4 .n - .
Mas on Sunday. All women .who I will "Mrs. Antioch. Ba pUst : Church will worship candidates' for the forthcoming 10 ,Be nardllJerl11ani

urged to bo present wearing The solicitation the committee, under ,with "an" after service Sunday election.l : \1' ),' ir' Torn'Spencer': "
leadership of Mrs.
their white dresses and night. On' Tuesday night Knowing as we do the 12 Edward Brigham "
Vre\TibH.Cocdell{ ; lias already begun importance
hoir No 1 11 have of '
rosettes Identifying each chapter charge 13 Louis,'Wolfson
J j fo>joiicjt;,: ladp'1frQl11 our of leadership at a time
.} St. Veronica's ,Chapter will friends and well 'wishers. TheiORramfihalrniari class:, The meeting.auxiliaries,' like this''we, as'a council.offer '14! Maxin,' Baker , :
:are working
have its monthly' meeting on
Thursday,, March 14 followingthe > I; 1] Mrs. Rachel ildng with the program of the our guidance and solicit the Don fall to:vote' March 12
B. vote of the people In behalf of '
Pratt04nulp-\vprkers: 1 63. ;
are hurch: in fine
service. Mrs. a very way.
k choral litany
the following list of candidates
planning an inspirational day. s, :
Lewis chairman Stewardess Board Nos. ,1, 2 and !
Jane ,- 'Rev .
:, ,
Guests speaker be T Johnson Pres.
m r ; will announced T Swill meet Sunday at /5 p.m. ,
Ticketarc:; now "oni'saloi; for: later. ,., 'j? :,, ". } Tho Golden Glee:willl meet Wednesday Rev.,) ,W.,,J,, ,Macon, Sect,

"Art Easter Hop" Monday, April ; ; March 13 at, the ,home TEMPLE* BAPTIST' fl', '
There will be fish fry at -- J, for 'by
a Council
15 from 10 til 2 a.m. Price oT SMrs. Janie Steward, 1180NW
$1.00. You',:Mmaylputehase'/ { ,your he parsonage jSaturdayhMarch\ -57th St. Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor "

tickets from any church mem 9!Ul.beginning ther from 6:30: p.m. un- j The officials of the church Sunday:, services will be as MT. TABO'Ii'Revi
.Also, xwlll :
ber.) .1', t'' y.. t i. ride' on March" '30. DOstination wish i to express their' thanks toIr Usual 'I'he Rev: Herbert Ferguson ''
[ ,J,, Sheppard for the lnspiring'sermons p; S. nrown. Mister
8E. : who returns, to the +Bahamas -
\ p . . Virginia, Key, Beach The bus '
{ Miss Dessle''
't.l last :; Crocket
on Sunday
NEW BETHEL BAPTISTs1&1 \vlll leave' the church at 8 p.m., I .on Monday,* win ,bet, hespeaker ,:reporter
morhing"end I evening, helping ,
Roundtrip ,donation $120: per 1 to relieve the pastor of some at 11'a.m.. ( ,t'I, "But they. that wait, upon' the
57{ \V G8th Terrace, adult,,.75 ,cents for students and of his ministerial duties, during Choristers who desire to I Lprd shall ,renew'their strength;
par. ;
M : Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor'Dea 50"cents, for children. This. donation J his bereavement. ticlpate in the choir on P a 1 m they,shall mount up yith 'wings
on;,Fred Williams reporter includes dinner free.' -i Let us continue to make a Sunday and t',Easier, arc urged to a* : eagles .they shall' run., Und
The music thlriSut'c1nywll: ) \ These vents are to help our weekly\ contribution 'toward the attend Joint-rehearsal Friday, not be weary;: and thoy :shall
. be rendered by the1 ttd 2 choir. .wommn'a'kDay' /'generaltreasure.. C lcl1dar-n 1Uy..We. are counting nights. walk and not faint".lsalah!

Sis. { FergusonyiU) ; be at. the, Sunday, March 10 -the No. 2 oh: you.;We\ are: reminded to visit The, children have Oegun 40:31.
f 'choir1' is'1spons dng the fiick'flnd the shut-ins, and re
their annual '
hearsal for Easter' this Irst Sunday In March
Idoklng week.
forward to' the' Frappe ; was
Trie! pastor Is!,asking the 'en Spring '.Tpa ntthe, church Sjp' which is sponsored each Parents are asked to give their high day.: The choir was at its
tire church membership to attend front 4'to' 0 p.m. 'The'ubllc is ; full I best ,morning and
{ rear% by the senior usher board cooperation in seeing that ,evening. The
the prayer''t, meeting, or. inYJt q. ..t .1", up No. 1. the', :kiddies i be on time. i pastor in ,the, morning, message
f Tue, day night at 8 clack: Our Sunday, services will be reassured us that "The! cross is

li D n't forget to visit the sick rendered by our associate min r J . > ,Members, are, reminded that not greater than His Grace. The

and (the shpt-in. ( t titers q' i ;, MARY'S, W. M. the fourth Sunday in"'March: ,,is cri>ss, ,, that .'the Christian''must''
Remember that youare', ,always Pleflse*I pratfor and visit the our annual spring rally' day. bear ,may. be heavy but God's''
welcome to worship with sick. Rev. II. V. Stuart, pastor Remember? Grace,,i ls1, sufficient, for power'' to
,., 1\11il.|: Dorothy Major, reporter o rcome., ;
us. '! Bto':. Casey GraHam
.. reporter .In last week'sl''account' of
,'.'i't I ', T e ,' A t. \.... -- Sunday, March 10, ''our 'pastor i : Coast,"Association the kunday1. March .''10' 'will' 'mark'
t n ivll| 'continue his series of,; ser ;names of' the Revs. N. F. Clark, one; 'last big event before the,,

I1& I mans jon.' ....Saving. ,.> Religion t. by"., Otis Mundy ,Q J,.,Burney, ana' closing day of our Woman's Day
i Eastern Star fellowship DayH F81ttt.I 1 W, E. Simms should have been: Drtve. A "Mammoth Tea'\
,Usher Boa'rd ''No. :2'will celebrate Included with, those visiting.. sponsored J bYI> [aJhthe Tcaptains
J { The Miami South Eastern Matron GrandWorthy, Patron ,of the, Its 10th anniversary' on Thanks'congratulations alsoo will be held aV the Community
j and Patron jCoun6jl\ Inviting State Bf, Florida, will deliver Sunday,; at 3:30: p.m. Ways and ? to Mrs. Irene Brown for her Center from 4 to All
all departments In the the sermon':j(Other Interesting: Means committee will meet at original poems dedicated to the friends 'are invited to come out

Masonic Family, and Christian Items will;be':rendereqrAll .Worthy 5 p -.. ... ,. ,. moderator;:"and),the"association. anti boast their favorite ,captain
friends tQ. join .us: in, (making, Matron3:$an4Hh e' lialte 1" I : J JYo" -, : :" :" ,,04 and enjoy a fine ,program:

this Christian' Fellowship1 Day ate expectedto"beTpresintThe: > BAHA'I ASSEMBLY if ,. ir .
wha It should be. We are ex place ih'J742rNWf3rd"Ave.: ,:azld Center, mittV'llth Ave, 8 p.m. Tabor women are 'making
pecti! gto make Joyful' noise the timqis,.3':pm..MarcA: lO.'tb1 l ir9. Lucille Ruffin, member Sundayi:; \,March-10. Her subject:) a friends'fInal 'Plea 'to all members and
unto the Lord, and' come1 before Sis. Irene=.L& ,Harrison,1 chairman ' b f the Coral Gables-University: will be. "Prophesy! .Fu1til1 /? ,to' help make the third
him ivlth raise and! thanksglvReV. ; Sisy BV uouise (Hollc; 'to- ''c:!Hapterr;pC thas American As- The ;public Is :cordially/invitedto \Sunday' 11" March ,the. .greatest, ,

{ chairman Sis.. Catherine'DI! aril,,' ..;'o latlon for the United Nat attend. ,Phone Secretary FRt5420 mjour; history.We .

Th ; Thomas" A. Rolle, president.:It :.r'W.: -; iO ilea/), will speak at the Baha'l J for-further Information. are: 'counting I,on 'you

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Sunday, Fei?. 24, was 'a, big ,These people SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1963 , \ tl ,P AJGE,11
tro a speech made by the president I
day for sorprs, of Miami Alum. phies and were cited as notable of the United States. Greetings ', I'U

nae chapter, Delta Sigma Theta citizens of our community. were also brought by other dig- YMCA Leading'In '
Sorority, Inc. They have shown themselves to nitaries such as, Vice Presidentand Allapattah ..

These women celebrated,, their be individuals of courage, humility son, the Lady Honorable Bird Lyndon Edith Green John- g f] 1F
Drive .
Golden Anniversary Founder'sDay and integrity, as well as House of Representatives andwives Membershio r'l'
Mount great personal charm. --- ----- - ,
at the Zion Baptist Their of several other membersof '
Church, Rev Edward, ",. .Graham outstanding contributions to the House of Representatives.Other The Allapattah YMCA "Wagon 212 6f an anticipated; 700! 4 W
the pastor I of :the church interracial, interfaith, and educational honorees were our national Train", under leadership of members. '
delivered, a ,very ,,Inspirational movements mark them founders. Soror Dorothy North Dade branch underLynwood
section boss William C. "WildBill"
message in keeping with the as true Africans in the best N. Maxwell, president of the local I A. "Dead Eye" Avirt
national" theme:' "The ,Past is traditions of our democracy chapter represented the Mi for Dennis first place, is in in the a twowaytie Greater reports $789 of its $4,000 'goal
Prologue. ami sorors. and 118 of 300 members.
The affair was opened to the Miami Y's current campaign to Total goal of the community.wide -
The sorority honored Mrs. public, who was given the opportunity Local program chairmen were recruit 3,000 new members by campaign has', been set' at
Hazel Crawford, Mrs. Ann Cole- to be among the first Sorors Doreen R. Young and March 15. $44,800.
man Mrs.' Lois Parks, Mrs., Le- to view the film taken of the Eleanor J. 'Cole :
At the end of the first active
Murrell, pavid II, Dobbs I National Founders Day Pro-
ola Fr. ,
of ,
gram, held at National recruiting t
Gitteon Headquarters
Theodore ,R. Rev. Ed.
Southwest, with 52 cent For the best
In Washington per
ward Graham, Sorors Marie UM of their goal realized are leadIng .
Roberts, and Ruth McDowell. Highlighting this meeting was the area's four other bran. Chitterlings and ColIardW.
ches in the mythical cross-con Come' :to < I ,
Concerts March tinent race from California to

I BTW Teacher Wins 2 Science Grants 17 and 18 Florida.Wagonmaster R. Belvin CHEF LUCKY BERNARD STARRESTAURANT

"Rebel" Cooper's initial inventory -
ing $4,500: The University of Miami Indicates that Allapattah
rL Mr. Burke will participate in Symphony Orchestra, with Fa- has corralled $1,1CO of the
blan Sevitsky conducting will $8,000 it expects to raise during
a summer institute and an aca. 1294 N.W. 62nd
demic year institute in chemis- present its seventh pair of season the campaign, and has branded St'
concerts on Sunday evening 1
try at the Agricultural ,
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Technical. College of N o r t h
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Monday evening,
The combined insti- March 18, at Dade County Auditorium -
thru tutes,June will operate 1, 1964. from June 10 Featured guest soloist Lincoln Fields Apartments
will be the young Italian pianist I
i :He has been affiliated with Sergio:{ Pertlcaroll, who will be "
2045 N.W. 62nd Street ;
the science department at BTW making his first appearance in
: for five years. ,Before accepting Florida. -
the position,,Mr. Burke was employed Mr Perticaroli will perform I
as a senior physical- Aram Khatchaturian's "Con Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments I
chemical Piketon Goodyear certo for Piano and Orchestra Offering, Many Features
Corporation, Ohio. "
In D flat Major, a compositionwhich :
will bo presented for the FREE GAS I
He is a member of the YMCA,
%via Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, gram's first time orchestral In The include pro- Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Store,
Alpha Kappa Mu National Scho-
a lastic "The Pines of Rome" by Res. Venetian Blinds
aai z+ Honor Society, Beta Kap- plghl; "Pleasure of Kubla Khan" Newly painted
pa Chi National Scientific Honor by Charles Griffes and "La Machines Rooms
; Washing Laundry
Society, Alpha Phi Omega
Gazza Ladre Overture" by Rossini
National Scouter Fraternity Free Parking Auto hot water heater
and is listecj In;, Who's' ,Who
Robert B.,,Burke, chemistry' among students in American Free Garbage Disposal Filtered waterCARETAKERS

and biology teacher at Booker, Colleges, and Universities ANDREWS JEWELERS

T Washington High School, has Mr. Burke is an honor graduate ON,PREMISES
been awarded two National'Science ,of, Florida A'and M Unlver. EXll}nT WATCH AND
sity and nas done graduate .
foundation stipends total- work at Howard University. CLOCK REPAIRS
40 Yearn in Business Weekly Rates
All work guaranteed
,Painless Office: Treatment 'of
$14.50 bedroom $18.50 2,,bedroom .
,0 LOW .I 303 N.W, 2nd Ave.
RUPTURE COST PILES FR 3-0152 Renting Office open every day Phone OX 1.8862

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more about the State(Legislature' than mo.t of the ) !. 2000.N.W.;3rd,CT. .:...".. 'IPR.-... Opa Lock,, MU',S4M1T
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Estella 5521 SW 16th Ct., WestHollywood ANDERSON of 1222 NW 2nd
IlPaIII---!: !" _'__-7.-;... died in the VA hos Ave., died Feb. 27. Services Sat.
pital Feb. 26. Chapel services March 9. 3 +p.m. at Grace
RANGE urday,
e CARDS ... MEMORIALS . were conducted March 4. Other Presbyterian Church with Rev.
MOORE of and a .
MRS. MAGGIE survivors are a bother W. F. Savoy officiating. Re-
237S NW 55th Terr., died March sister. mains will lie in the chapel
1. Mrs. Moore had been confined 5 Friday. Sur-
- CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAL' to the hospital since an acci-- OLIVER RICHARDSON, 434 vivors beginning include p.m.her husband,

In sad but loving memory of dent in which she was injured.She Lincoln Rd., died Feb. 28. He Earl, daughter, Avon Smith;
family of the late, my dear husband and daughter, is survived by her husband, was sent to Brunswick, Ga.. Fri mother, Mrs. Nettie Smith;
MRS. HARRIET GORDON Harry; five daughters, Alma day morning for final rites. Sur- father, 'Timothy Smith; two
wb'o departed this life Feb 23 Pearsall, Lucille Hodge, Jessie vivors are a daughter, Mrs. Jo brothers, Ralph and Earl. Far-
wish to express sincere thanks ."''I Owens, Thomesena Moore and anna Wilson and a sister. rington, two sisters, Mrs. Doris
and appreciation to the many Jennette Brown. Services held Newman and Mrs. Wilhelmina
friends for cards, flowers and Yaa + Thursday in the chapel. She was MRS. LOUISE ALLEN of. Hampton;" 'grandmother, Mrs.
kindnesses shown during the ," ". ,..,'\ shipped to Statesboro, Ga. for ,.1324 NW .63rd.St., 'died In Jackson Lillle Days.
hour. of our bereavement. j final rites. Hospital March.,3. Her sur-
May God bless you all. vivors Include her husband,
Hermit Gordon, husband TOLBOTT THOMPSON of Luther, a daughter, father anda ,JAMES SMART of 1341-E NW
Roger Wormley, brother 1829 NW 5th Ave., died March 3. brother, Services will be held 5th Ave. died March 2.; Services
Mrs. Jessie Poole, her He was a barber in the Miami in the chapel Saturday at 4 p.m. Saturday 2 at Mt. Olivette
friend and co-worker for 30 years. He is survived by and she will be on view from,6, Baptist Church with Rev. I. C.
five daughters including Mesdames p.m. Friday. Mickins officiating. Remainswill
Lugarm: Taylor, Hazel be on view in _the chapel
CARD OF THANKSThe Morgan, Lurlene Dyett, Miriam MRS. ROBERTA M. STARR, beginning 6 p.m. Friday. Sur
Newbold and Beryl Adolph 1879 NW 73rd, St., died March vivors Include his wife, Pearl,
family of the three sons, Ednal, Earl and 3. Her husband, George, Mrs. three daughters, Mrs. Marie
.M Thaddeus two sisters, 30 grand
Cleo Johnson, sister; aunt, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Malva Davis and
children. Services held Fridayin Ruby Delancy; and two uncles Miss Milicent Smart, two sons,
the chapel with Rev. A. C. survive. Service Saturday at 2 James and Eldridge.
,4 Mozell officiating. p.m. at St. Matthews' Free Will

Baptist Church, Rev. J. B. MRS. MARY ETTA JOHN-
a b JULIA PENNINGTON of Woodley, pastor, She will lie
w/. March 4. SON of 1337 NW 2nd Ave. died
2959 NW 56th St., died
in in the home her
A t'4f"" ,. ., ____.. .', ""' She is survived by her husband 'aunt repose,. 1005 NW 59th St. from of 7p.m. Feb.In the 21.chapel.Services Survivors held March include 6
NATHANIEL GORDONand Charles son, Charles Jr. and
her mother, Mrs. Alice Smith. Friday. her husband, Bibb; a sister, Mrs.

HELEN CORETHA GORDONwho Services Saturday, March 16 at FRANK INMAN, 1910 NW K. Sams.
A&M passed to the Great Beyond .he Church of Christ. 72nd St. died March 3. He Is
March 7, 1962 and March 28, ,survived by several cousins Including WILLIAM A. THOMPSON of
1914 respectively. Earth has no ISAAC MOORE, JR., six- Mrs. Sallie Mae Carter 5636 SW 20th St. in West Holly-
.P A ?orrow that heaven cannot heal. month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. and John McCloud. Arrange wood died Feb. 24. Services
May they rest In peace. Sadly Isaac Moore of 2732 NW 48th ments are Incomplete. held March 2 at Mt. Olivette
hissed by the, St. died at home March 4. He Baptist, Church., Survivors' include -,
:Mrs. Elcena Gordon, wife Is also survived by: two brothers TOM PRICE; ,popularly knownas his wife, Gladys; two
And Children and three sisters, Services
"Red" died in the VA hospital brothers, George and Walter of
I IN MEMORIAM.' I for Isaac were 2:30 held in with the March 4. He is survived Nassau' Bahamas; five sisters,
chapel Friday : p.m.
by two brothers sister Mrs. Marion Barnett, Mrs.
a nieces
dear departed
In memory of our Elder Rock officiating.
Blanche Saunders Mrs. Alber-
and ,
brother and father, nephews. Services Friday
I I"I!"" NATHANIEL STRACHAN of at 3 p.m. in the chapel. He will tha Pinder, Mrs. Ida Darlingand
: 1243 NW 42nd St., died March 5. be on view Thursday afternoon. Harriett; niece, Mrs. Mary
He was a well known citizenof
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the area having lived here '
ALBERT PERRY 40 years. He is survived by his Richardson . JOHN ANDREW HUDSON of
who departed this life February widow, Constance; four daugh- 1537 NW 5th place died at his
6, 1963 following a short illness ters, Mesdames Whllmena Parks, SOLOMON WYYCHE of 2975 home Feb. 21. Services held
and was laid to rest February .vlaude, Dorothy Sawyer and Mi- NW 59th St., died March 2. He March 1 In the chapel. Survivors -
11 wish to express sincere nerva Bcneby. Two sons, Nathaniel leaves to mourn a wife, Lucille, include his wife, Pea rIle
thanks and appreciation to our e Jr. and Eugene, eight a brother, Charles; two sisters Lee; two daughters, Mrs. Louise
many friends for their cards .3 grandchildren, three brothers Mrs. Rosa Mae Randolph and Ambrose and Mildred! six
telegrams, flowers and all other and a sister. Mrs. Callie Bell Adams. Ser- sisters, Adele Howell, Gladys
kindnesses shown during our Services Saturday at 10 a.m. vices Saturday from the New kVllliams, Lula Mae Hambrick,
hour of bereavement. We especIally at St. Peter's African Orthodox Shiloh Baptist Church at 2:30: Elnora Redding, Idele Edwards
want to thank Rev. E. M. Church with Canon Charles F. p.m. with Rev. P. S. Brown, and Mrs. Davie B. Draddick;
Moore,, members and friendsof Cooper officiating. He will ben pastor of Mt. Tabor Baptist two brothers, Curtis and Jack-
Canaan Baptist Church 2325 __a repose 1 p.m. Friday. Church officiating. son.
West 117th St. N.Y. and also irI
Crowe's Funeral Home, Inc. 162- 4 AMBROSE HOLDEN of 1320 ELKA JACKSON of 236 NW
10 South Road, Jamaica, NY for 4' NW 77th St., died in Jackson 17th St., died Fell. 27. Graveside MRS. DELORES WILKIN--
SON 361 C NW 14th St.. died
their services. He leaves to Hospital. He Is survived by a services held March 7 at 8 a.m. of -
March 2. Arrangements are In-
niece, Mrs. Gladys Peeples,
complete. Survivors include her
p Mrs. Albertha Perry, wife
three Rev.
Mrs. Fannie Perry, mother Robinson nephews, Davis, and Buddy. CARD OF THANKSThe mother, Mrs. Muriel Cooper, a
Five children: Junior, son, Johnny
Horace, Patricia, Betty and Arrangements are incomplete. family of the late
Mrs. Alice Perry Gray, Sis. to take this method of NW 15th St., apt. 1 died at his
resident of MIami
departed this life March 7, NW C9th St., a extending their sincere
Mrs. Viola
Perry Carey, 1957. since 1906 died March 6. home on March 1. Services were
Odell Perry, brother and appreciation to the many held March 7, 2 p.m. In the
Six dear lIe is survived his wife
brother have ,
And a host of sorrowing years friends who sent flowers, tele chapel. Survivors include two
relatives and friends passedSince Augusta, two brothers, a sister. grams and cards during their daughters, Mrs. Gwendolyn
Sleep on dear one, we love God has called you hometo Arrangements are recent, bereavement. A special Craig and Mrs. Eleanor Taylor;
you but God loves you best. rest. thanks to the Venerable John eight grandchildren.
We love you, but He loved you E. Culmer and the entire con
best. gregation of the St. Agnes Episcopal
CARD OF THANKSThe May you rest in peace and Church, thanks to M. S. DAVID WILLIAMS of 276
light perpetual shine upon you. Allen Funeral Home for its ef- NW 6th St., died at his home
family of the late, Josephine ,Summons sister flcent service. May God bless March 5. Remains will be ship-
-- ::;: .-. ---, William Roundtree,. Bro. you all. ped to Baltimore, Md. for final
a, .. Four children, The Family rites. Survivors include his wife.
Mary, Harry Jr., Ronnie

.$t I II II I I IN George MEMORIAMIn 1 New 3, Bedroom 2 BathOPEN

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A'ws ..11'I NW 76th Street
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t. J Full 30 in. oven' with hood ; Jpl .
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Vanities in both bathrooms

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5018 NW 24th Ave. died at
Awning windows
Christian Hospital March 2. type
She was a long time resident of Phone
Days 667-6984 Nights UN 5.8728
MASTER JOSEPH LOVE JR. this area having come to Miami
whose passing occurred on Feb- 62 years ago. Mrs. Robinson Is
ruary 16. wishes to thank the survived by her husband, Wiley,
friends and neighbors a brother, Joseph, and two cou
many sins, John R. Scott and Sarah
who were so kind :and
during their hour sympathetic of be Scott Stewart of Jacksonville TV SERVICE HOME CALLS $2.50We
reavement. The beautiful cards Services held Friday at Mt.
; i and flowers were highly ap- -r ..,. .. ,--, Zion Baptist Church with Rev. do not give free estimates Honest estimates require
wish also thank REVA LEVA FRANCISwho Edward Graham officiating.. work. Our
preciated. We to prices are cheaper: than others doing comparablegood
the\Rev. A. C. Mozell for a departed this life March work. We repair,sell and exchange TV's, radios, IIl-Fl's

F' Range beautiful Funeral sermon Home and for ser-the 12, 1959.A beautiful. rosebud was SISTER ROSE and stereos. All our ,work guaranteed. Free delivery. Know

vices. plucked from our earthly gar- READER AND ADVISORDon't your TV man .and. save money.
May God bless each and den of flowers, Jesus tender
of you. sheperd hear,me, bless thy little fail to see her ,JOSEPH SCOTT
Signed: lamb tonight. Tells your past, present and AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV REPAIR & BALES
frs. Hazel Watson, mother Mrs. Alice F. Francis, future
Joseph Love Sr., father mother 4500 N.W. 27th AVE. 923 NW 62nd Street PL 18381f
Grandparents and other Eugene Francis, father I'' Phone 634.9169
'members of the family And Family .
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only $400 dowrl FURNISHED CBS in -- '.

.. .-.. -- ,"? and a very.$85 nionth l loyely pays 1-bedroom all. This Is room.Manor$350 Park down Garage and $68, Florida month. T .... ,.',' ,:. A'i.:
CBS. Life Realty. 4932 NW 7th Ave.
Very large livifig room and nice PL 9-4371. .,
FOR RENTE. bedrooms.; Garage, spotless
home, beautiful,. hardwood BEST LOCATION CBS, across .
PICARD floors real fireplace, stove Aj strefet from Manor Park. Price Jobs Open .. .
Rental Agency Ben-Korl, Realtor! 714 Nw Mnd is $9,000, $300 down, $73 month
Rental collections, property St. Nites PL 05533. ,Days 754-3431 and you pay it off in 15 years.
management, real estate Life Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave '
620 NW 8th St. :FR7.2902 Someone please ,buy me. I am PL 9-4371. Open Sundays. ALL AGES FREE, PLACEMENT .

FURNISHED efficiencies, utilities built on cypress I have 2-bed- DON'T MIS THIS. Beautiful Checkers Cashiers .
included. $12.50 a week. rooms sun porch" garage, 2 air CBS, tile roof, carport, wall to Grocery
620 NW 8th St. PR 7.2002. conditioners, and I am in perfect wall carpeting, landscaping,
... condition I ,have a very large fenced yard, nicest street .
Stock Men Packers
NICE 2-BEDROOM: home in lovely yard and my owner In Manor Park Price is $11,000,
Opa-1oCka. The: Bunche: Park will give me' a new paint Job $350 down and $68 month. Life
area. Closed In fence and nice inside and out and you may Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave., PL DAY OR EVENING CLASSES
surroundings. For Informationcall choo e'my new colors only 9.4371.
NA 1-6664. M9FtlRNtsttFjDt cost $9,200 and you can buy Thousands of MTI graduates now working
me for only $300 down and only NO QUALIFYING. Lovely CBS
or unfurnished $79 a month for only 15 years in heart of :Manor Park. Florida
oC\1: d'ea. 1-bedroom I am a house you can be proud room, tile roof, carport, nice Easy Budget Terms-Train Now! t
urifurriished.. $15 week, 2- of, so call A. Ben.Kori, Realtor yard. $500 down and bank fi.
bedrbom UnfurHisheU $18, 1- 714 NW 62nd St. Nites PL 9-5533 nancing. Life Realty, 1932 NW BE OUR GUEST VISIT OUR CLASSES
bedroom {furrilshe'd $21 2-bed- Days 754-3131 for niy address. 7th Ave. PL 94371.MDH .
rooms$ fUrnlstfed} $25. Call Mlc- RESERVE YOUR PLACE

kins Rental Ag tlcy. NE 4-Q500. 2-lfcdroom CBS, fenced ,back WANTED
ihdf yard, garage and carporte. Largg: 7201 From SW Liberty loth St.City Call area Martha to CAUTION! DON'T BE FOOLEDThere
rooms, very clean, only $8,500,
I CAnal 1-9110.
UNFURNISHED 2-bedroom duplex only $250 down, no closing costs is only one MTI Cashiering 'School in MiamiMARKEITRAININC '
will take
Adults child
or a and $79 month pays all. A Ben-
up to 3 years old. MU 10325.1DEDROOM Karl, Realtor, 714 NW 62nd St. MENDING, Alterations. Baby -0-

furnished apt. All Nites PL 9-5533. Days 7543131. :sitting Call PL 83132. M9 "

utilities, downtown area $18 efficiency r ,
$13. Call Mickins Rental I
Agency. NE 40500. Indf
Tippie Home Cleaning Service

)J1BS house in Carver I Government and Better Business Bureau Authorized
Ranches, Nice location Call .
t NEJ 4-OGdd. ((40 registered schools nationwide) _
wifrbowB: WAxitfa SCREENS
2-BEDROOM Duplex.. $i6 per Cor. .7th Ave. at 78th St.
week. Dixie Rental Agency, Licensed and Bonded. See Tip tor your cleaning!
Inc. Phone 6332329.BEAUTIFULLY .

furnished 3- 5101 N.W. 18th AVENUE PHONE 696.4225 Phone PL 7-8448' ,
room apt. Free gas and :water,

ROOM Adults. Share nice apt. -

Jackson's; on 62nd St. Very best MEN'S WEAR A CLEAN HOTEL
for any business. Very
reasonable., Call A. Ben-Kori
Realtor, 714 NW 62nd St. :Nites 944 NW 2nd Avenue IMPERIAL HOTEL
PL 0-5533, Days 754-3431.

VERY NICE beauty salon for ,Exclusive Men's Wear, from the top of your head to 50 N.W. 8th Street FR 3-9417

sale Cheap $1,250 cash pays the tip of your toes includingHats 150 ROOMS

for everything, all equipment Shoes Shirts Suits Trousers Caps of $6.00 and weekly
included in this price. Ideal location up
Call A. Ben-Kori, Real. Styles and quality at popular prices Also private and semiprivate rooms
tor 714 NW 62nd St. Nites PL Cooking facilities also. No worry, we pay utilities
05533. Days 7543431. MR., SANDY HALL Manager

ROOM. Near bus lines, 1044 -
NW GOth St.

ROOM for a nice man or lady B tt New Spacious Lovely Home
at 5710 NW 19th Ave. Call NE V ,
1-8195 or come by after 7 p.m.

HOUSE, unfurnished, 3 bedrooms Open 3.5 p.m.
large kitchen, screened. RADIATOR SERVICE
porch. $17 weekly. 234 NW 22nd 2920 N.W. 50th Street '
J, ne. PL 81589. 1310 N.W. 72nd Street" ' '
1 Hour Service Credit Available

ROOM near bus and shopping WHILE YOU WAIT No money Down on Your Lot

NE center.45744.2431 NW 55th St. Ph Come in for free checkup Cash Paid For Lots and Homes

NICE HOUSE, fenced yard for Remove Radiator 8 -From Rack Plush Engine Block NEED CASH? Call JE 8-1340
high class small family. Convenient Car Check water pump & hoses
to everything. $20 per Clean and Rod Radiators Tent Radiator for Leaks
week. Will sell $100 down. NE Test Thermostat and and Repair
'5-55GG. Pressure Cap Paint and Install Radiator
All Work Guaranteed ."
iently located, near bus stop 7 A.M. TO 5 P.M. MON. THRU SAT. ANNOUNCEMENTb
quiet nel hhorhood. Furnished.
2161 NW 58th St. 6200 N.W. 27th Ave. Dial, OX 1.2221 b
.., - Any club or organization interested in
2BEDROOM duplex. Kitchen
completely furnished. Hot and
cold water. Extra large yard promoting shows with big name .record
with patio. $22.50 per week to DOMESTICS REGISTER NOWDue
responsible family. 2752 NW 60th
St. Tel. OX 6-2392. to the season now opening we are urgently In needof ing stars, such as: Chuck Jackson, Ike

,' nurse maids, chauffeurs, butlers.., 1
SPACIOUS ROOM in private '
with 18 artists !
home residential area, 6333042. housemen and couples. Also good day workers, live In and and Tina Turner Revue ,

'BEDROOM APT. 1st floor in out positions. other shows contact the HARLEM
or any ,
two family house, tile bath,
beautiful interior and nice LEE AGENCY
floors. 2760 NW 56th St. See it SQUARE ,CLUB in person or call FR
by appointment. Call evenings 141 N.E. 3rd' Ave. Room 1204 Phone 379.2386
.and Sunday, NA 17190.
3.3488, ask for Mr. Goldman. .


NO QUALIFYING. Duplex. $500 Investigate Without Obligation These promotions are wonderful for fundraising
down and move in. Both apartments .

*otMiseextra have 2-bedrooms fully large and and i arms one Care-Craft School for Nurses Aids projects. The social or civic

fRight into Manor Park. Life will handle own promotions and
4932 NW 7th Ave. PL Fall and Winter Classes Now FormingTen groups
9-4371. Open Sunday.
Week,Course Day or Night realize all profits.
iiTdouble lot, 2-car garage, REGISTER NOW

own% bathrooms, $82 month, appliances.and owner$400 9-7357 Harlem Square Club FR 33488Classified
pays your closing costs. LifeBatty 141 N.E. 3rd Ave., Rm. 1204 FR
4932 NW 7th Ave. PLiW'J.3.7'
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Night of Stars I The Egelloc Civic And yNyn Social."..... ,.. ,Y. --'-'Club-'', ",',,pW ytt ni, nNya ry.

\ I PAGE 14 ,SATURDAY\ MARCH 9, 1963 .' ," .n *-(('.'-'$ The EgelfoC':: 1'Civic"1.-and Social Citizens ,:during the...current

i A Success Club, Inc., :was graciously entertained month.o, At',,these festivities:: ,
I II I l II r r III. '
I. f: } Thanks to everyone, who, pa-, Saturday evening by light 'refreshments are served.It .
gives us great pleasure to
i keVest America' tronized the PTA "Night, of Mrs.;: Azellna Pinkney. ,providecake
i l remaining birthdays
I -" ",,.. J-. Stars." The teachers were a' The, president,', Mrs.; Vlvolora, affairs. May a
- City be desire them and
howling success In the Ed .Sullivan Gainey, presided over an Inspiring as : ,
----- Bj- FRANCES K. PALMER -- Show In ,which ,they' were meeting. 'The: evening's each than passing the- Year last. more enjoy'able

I _ , " starred. The parents enactedthe agenda was enthusiastically received
"Beverly Hillbillies." as 'community projects Rejoicing with and congratulating
IJ i f BOYS IN SERVICE Mrs. LaVerne Barnes, Mrs. took precedence over routine the following! club members
I Rosalie Mosley, Mrs. Isabelle Special thanks to E. Robinsonand matters. .who have climbed
: I I Airman Third Class Albert Roberts, Mrs. Elise White, Miss C. McCartney, for directingand higher on the ladder of accomplishment. rung
I E.J: Austin is being reaslsgnec I Sarah Cleare Alonzo Butler, for their untiring efforts. "Toiling,' rejoicing, 'sorrowing Mrs. Verneka S.. Silva i -
; to Homestead ,AFB following William E. Briggs, E. J. Boldon, Also to all who participated to onward, through life we go, bears t'''the t tie of assistant
I Willie', Wiggins and Ora John make it a success. Parents, re. With an eye toward our senior
from the Air '
his;,5 graduation March citizens,- the members' of the principal Straughter. member PTA meeting '
Force" technical course for inventory W. Carver High' School, Coco
club consider it. privilege
Amarillo 13 at 8 p.m. The delegates to the a
specialists at Grove and Mrs. A2elina
nut , ,
I act 'as hostess .to ,the Senior
3Cth ,annual State PTA Cot ven'
AFB, Texas. Pinkney I: one of our recently
OUR SICK Citizens of the James E.. SCQttCommunity"
Lion which was held in the cityof
| Airman Austin -was trained .>Mrs. Grace Pnllclos, Mrs. Al Fort Lauderdale: will make Center, under! the appointed these principals.ladies, and We'sincere applaud
order and accountfor' suppliesand movetto Castillo, Mrs. Madlena their report. direction, of,, ,Miss, O. }3.\ Alexan ly'wish' for them strength I to doth
equipment through the use Allen and Mrs. Carrie Woods
well to
der.The Job courage accept
; of punched ,card 'accounting Friends wish them well again ''
l' 'center'provides;' a celebration change, and an understanding
;, machines and electronic data soon. each month to'commemorate I of, human frailties; Vlvolora P.
I Club
j processing equipment. Jolly Friends [ ,
the blrthdates: of Senior Gainey is president.

f The Airman, son of Mrs. Mrs. Mercedes Wlldgoose la The Friends Club, with :.
r' Clara Austin of 1-D Fort Village sick at her residence. Friends Jolly
j attended Ventura (Calif.) Col her Sheis Mrs. Bertha Lewis, president, '
wish a speedy recovery.
lege. [ a teacher at Douglass High will meet. on Saturday, March STAR MEAT MARKET
School. 16 at the home of Mrs Frankie ,
J Pfc. Oliver Coleman of the Glover, 6824 NW 10th Court ,at
'h United States ,Army is home 8 'p.m., ,All members are askedto
r visiting his relatives. Coleman DEATHS be present, Business of :im '1520" 62nd Street:
1 is in the airborne 101st Division .
James Lewis of 020 Center'St. .
. of Fort Campbell, Ky. He is the :
guest of his aunt, Mrs, Mercedes died Sunday at 1:15: a.m. at Mon
'" Robinson, H-5, Fort Village and roe General Hospital after a ,
short Illness. Survivors includea will lie in repose at the !
:a a' graduate of Douglass High, brother Robert Jr.. funeral home Saturday_ 'MARKET-Wim'
;Of '61. two aunts, "THEM: COURTEOUS SERVICE
class i
Mrs. Julia Mingo and Mrs. Erne-

line Williams. the Mr.Naval Lewis Station was for employed 20, "J" : < : T [>
,. W. If. ZANDERS CLUB TO He also member of Coral ,
Services Sunday, March 10 at was a '
CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY 3 p.n1. from Bethel.AME Church. City Temole No. 610 and a memo Fresh, Meat-Low Prices
! The W. H. Zanders_ Glut of Rev. K. D. White will officiate.' ber of Union Lodge No ,47: and I ,, i
Bethel AME Church will celebrate The' Allen 'Funeral Home is in member' of the Silver Slipper , 'p .
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r' a its sixth anniversary Sun. charge of arrangements. The Club.

day, March 10.Rev.. K. D. White, - _. .. ' '
'' IC:
t } pastor will preach a special ser Ir U
II':/' mon.. An invitation is extended
" f tQ< the public to attend.

, .J (Birthday' greetings to the following / U
persons having a birth.
day in March: .Mrs Sarah Rob .. -
( erts, Mrs. Susan Davis, Mrs. '
i Jennie, Moss, Mrs. Nathalie . .
Carey, Mrs. Zerlena Reckley, l" iV. :\ ;(: Ir.
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t. years Be a success In : ?: .tI' ,

life. Have a ,
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: happy home;net Myyrt a.acd 5' '
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, I tin I a position '' :,,,,: .1::
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., : out of the rut s MONTHLYPAY 11"1.n
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help JOU- '' "i"/
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Your psychic and friends for 30 ,
r < ;". I :'; ) 9 qIJ
i Closed all day Wed.' and .
years. I' '
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I \ will be at the big home 5417B.W -
: 17th St., Hollywood, Fla .
t; Healing meeting every Wednesday Consolidate your' (bil&andmortgag e$':'1 I.;'I !,irt,1(1( *)!;, ,' I
i night. 4 II(j # 1 Si ** :.: .

1 j I j 1-I Madam CALL IN PERSON Hunter- info one lowmonfhly payment. ;{ / .n' I/v. tk .

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j i Miami, '-Fla." If you are a home owner Franklln> Federal, Savings may be
Sunday 10:30 to 2 'p.m. Office

Licensed hours Reading dally daJJ by),/10.state', a.m.and" to, 8 county p.m. able to help you consolidate'all! your bills :into" one ''loty,";mbnthly"ifiSfi1":': /':,: (i, i : '

I, eeesssssss&es&ess&ssseaaiBeautiful. .' .- payment.. Franklin Federal home I loan counselors I '.will 'tie:''happy< p ton "''I''" K1H ', -

work out a saving. and home. ,f loan' prog(am.tai J'Qre| toyourrirjcorpe.) '/" > ncir't'( .'
I'I'I'I' Home on \ \ 4;:: ., ( : ,
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End Your money worries once'andj! !4.1ill and giv your family' 'S&d"|IM .x'd", ':

'ii '*neW sense .of financial security:"III1t nKlln( -FedSraTI tod ji";','; '\)""!6J.'I"' "

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J Over Twenty Years of :.-:::::-' a year, ,:v J f.',.

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:. Of Woman's C'Jub"J: I SATURDAY;;1NARCH'15"19 31 .. PACE '

The Coconut Grove Woman's Knights of Pythias Helen Culmer, conductress; ,
Club was organized Oct., 1958, ,. .Toreatha: WllllamsV assistant
The group is composed of civic' And Calanthe conductress; ,;Daphne": Roberts,
minded Christian women. Below escort Victoria' Daniejs, herald;
are'' listed some of the contributions Mrs.\ Maggie. Cash, state Sir; Abram Grace Jr.,..protector;
made to, the community: (deputy grand worthy counselor, Mrs. Oracle 'Winchester. jf
set no a now court Thursday, Ahmed Temple >Jfo.2:3net: : Sun
1. Donated lighted visual test Feb., 28 in Coconut Grove. She day, March 3' at* 6:30.: Votaries .
;, ing machine to Carver Elementary was assisted jby J Mrs. Belle '
time and
f Ffr 'rf were on :very cooperative
f fr r
tikr';;, ''rrFkr : i fr ? ; f.4 School. 1 This makes two 'courts within ,
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... five months. the
.f. By ALBKBT W. COOK 2. Provided transportation for Keep up good Rose Sharon Lodge No. 22,
indigent children to and from work, Mrs. Cash.. The, ,worthy Sir Henry Smith, chancellor
Now tho time for all good on Capital Hill, so that our voice the dental clinic. ,,- officers are: .: < will meet Saturday, March O.*
can be heard. Mesdames Susie Mae-Hendley, Rose Sharon Court No. 23,
Negroes to come to the Aid of 3. Provided glasses. for. Indigent counselor,*, Sylvia Hart, Inspec- Mrs. Mallssia Harris, counsel
their Cousin Vote and help the students._ trlx; Rqvena Rolle, Jnspector; lor will meet Monday, March 11,
gr ss _: Now is the time for 4. Sponsored a cottage at the Mercay Baker, orator; Luln M. Lily of the Valley Court No
all good Negroes to come to the Kendall Home and for the past Walker, register, of deeds; Lola 58 will meet March
too long have Negroes been aid of their Coua n. two years has* taken the "girls ''recorder of accounts; The Chancellor Counse111oMtare
excluded from the legislature on shopping tours during the Edn.i.Sands.: recelverof depose sponsoring a Teenage Hop
VOTE) VOII EAR1, .T. CA1V its Adell
Christmas holidays. ; Mitchell, S. directress; sometime soon. m
in! the state of Florida. Our BOLL, GROUP 4, LEVER 5-A. Mildred Daniels, J. directress; Sir Walter L. Belle, C.
volre should be heard at least 5. Assisted in the Area Polio 'V" :. .....,- .:
on the floor of 4hdrhoUsdv-Slnce Drive, 10GO.Currently.'
\ve are affected( by the states' Pun Phun engaged in a fund- Got a Spare Room you want to Rent?
action, we need a Negro representative.
.. Now we have ail opportunity funds raising to project sponsor to a secure dental enough clinic V; Try A Miami Times Classified Ad
tQ Ite represented. It !! JJJ J.1J J :lhl ,
In the Grove area_for assisting
i U our duty to come to the1 aid
President Kennedy's physical families with dental
of our Cousin. We own t .hrHs care. SEE< THE \YOUL1VB, 3Git
fitness$ prdgrahi may put I h e
all Colored children AT PIlOFlIIiXA
to Mrs.
much Virgil Whitehead Is'
bit its feet!
throughout America and to oUr-- Ine:' walking' W.miles is guile president, Mrs. Daniel Cunning- True' leader<<
selves It is time for a change.; a feat for' any feet. I'ni ri d t hani, publicity chairman., I. 33 Years' of Experience
Bishop Hunter hi well known ns
Now Is the time for you to about to try It, though, evenIf r -,...
vote. It is not by chance that I am called a de-feet-ist.
this Negro is in a position; I think the president's idea If yon arc Hick, "orried or in
become a representative. It"is In making us healthy is to pro tnmMod thin in tho place to como
the result of Negroes effort. We long our taxpaying years. His rw Don't stay, in thin nit, h back
have earned a right to our,, fiscal plan for this year Is lowering tho veil<< of Und luck tent spent
place in this political race. On taxes 'and hiking taxpayers to-,kohl '3'ou"ln' your, track,',andadvnnco
the 100th anniversary-of .th. e I Hmm . I wonder if the forward by the, help of'
Emancipation Proclamation'! ,it shoemakers have anything to do I I God.!. under the leadership of j
seems all the more? flttjng 1 > ,with this walking bit. If this Prof JllIht'r: who has 33 years
project succeeds In getting us of e\j>erleiico in Hplrltual, and j
The NAACP, andU CORE?have all out, walking, the cobblers occult srJenco. Intake your homo
fought continuously to ;advance' ;will We well-heeled. We, might hnpi>y. "Ho' 'vlll show"'yon how ;
the race. ;qty a even have a air shop a I to bypass,. your enemies" and pet (ho thing that life demandsfor
on each corner instead of a gas I J Condone comt\nUvIIoa1lnff inct'tliifrovcry Wodncs- .I Ii
All those of you who are station,.,with a foot doctor. in- sZ'N i'thiOSliirJtnnrVcmVlk-O/I ; :iI17D1.W..1Tth St., '
striving and'.vote to.':. advance Vote-?tbea'" race send: stead.'of 'a mechanic on duty. If Wont Hollywood, 1 la. 7:30: p.m f
get out : >
it comes to this, I will suggesta Y'
your Cousin to Tallahassee Influence these' shoemakers
slogan for' ,
others' 7nportant[ 'Cpu' '. V "One for awl and awl for
hand."It Is that
!sin a '' )
you help. Remember, this is our one. "
fight, There is a definite relaionship -
between electing a Negro Well, the first primary'' election )
representative ,' In Dade is over, I'm digging myself
County and tall .other Negrd1 efforts Out oPa mountain of political )
>", & litter-ature. With 231 candidates
running for 13 seats, I knew )
History will record the resultof most of them wouldn't have a HUNKPopular LEGREI, __...,
this election. If our Cousin
to stand on. Dade ,
succeeds this! will be a credit'to I leg-lslature Fair Practices Committee manager> and bolt Invites
the race. Other doors will open County tried to avert smear; tactics his friends mid well 'wishers
for u* a Negro who i is running in"this In the elections.make sure the winners decorated find spacious Ifarlom 5417 S.W. 17th Street W. Hollywqo<1< ',tfJorida
election) symbolizes all Dade tee wants clean to to Tallahassee.We Square; Club; ;Inaugurating anew 1 mile east Btnto Hoiid lit :i miles west of-irnllanddle on 1
County's Negroes. Every effort go J)1fcyto bring "name" North tilde of tho roml. Office hour 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday )
on our part can help. Let us try had a lot of promising acts to the club, Secondve., t to 3 p.nif'IJcenwl by tJtato mid County. Readings. dally. "
to get our man elected. candidates., I hope the winners once again'\,m como alive "lCh ... /. f. ...v :* U'J *_'.j M _. rr. Mw.A ".'., v It SrK i

Others have made all kinds keen theirs. South Miami' prohibited Frank's promotions. r.' 'I'j . IM ".,; ..(l'J.. ; ...' .1rt:. .rah.. .w. . ,.C.r .
'The'dty of wrr1 \U" - - - "
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of sacrifices that'we1 might have the placing of campaign:
equal right The'Civil War, signs on telephone poles. Polecats .,
the Emancipation Proclamation who placed them there had '
has aided our cause. Martin them removed post-haste. The :rC.LUB
Luther King, James Meredith city jwas. determined that the 1 1E ,
wo their share.; Our ancestors candidates. ld not be left at, Harlem Square
nlood was shed on I land and,sea the post ;
for the right to'Vote. We have
peen !second-class; citizens long ij .p"q l. cj H ;a
enough Bqa first-class citizen .
Birthday of
Vote. :' A Takes, pleasure In announcing appointment

Our Couslryniy-, stood up JV.. 'birthday party was Grace given FRANK LEG'REE' as manager and host'r"
and met the challenge for equal Feb. 10 in honor of A
rights. Now it is our time to ,Jackson of Pittsburgh at the Frank Le ;e'a Hotiaei\ Purt.j n
Albertha Camp Tuesday ht-- dr
iMrs. J
stand. We ,must*help ourselves home nlgCelebrity .",) J"" 'f Ii
: ,
elce;:: ,we need-notibother praying. be11. 1245"NW 71st Terr Show' ''t
Edward (
\\ ,were:
e must help the Present
Negro else '
' M. Hicks,
Danlei, Mrs:
rIgh.ts.g'1" notWOrthy' of .1equal Mrs Mae Johnson, Douglas Wednesday night -. Biggest/Amateur! ,Show. .town. \'

No one f.'knwsjrj: >etter the Foster BrIdges,.;'>Mr.Ir. and and Mrs.Mrs George Albert James Sunday ni.8'h.tt7; Ladies]Plight! ;$W\\ ,1' Yir5" ,

Plight ofhe Negro than the Johnson,,, Mr.' and Mrs. ,
Countyhcanerepresent Dade Jackson. ;.Pittsburgh; Mrs.' Tom- ADMISSION ALWAYS FREE TABLES
better mie M. King, Clyde Rowe,
than a Negro. We need Negroes Lula M. Blackman. Allprizes and gifts' purch,t+ed )ataltineriuin; Furniture: ta m' "The8

-r i house of no.oneyi'dow1. ?, : :E, w1e? ,Me's: ..!- people phpp;U J; u




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A ?7 Two rierinnrV, Heads Are o Sun., March 17

11./1 Y. r 'I Harlem GardensOpa i
.{jBetterrThan One Advance $1.65 .. -.loclca,

Read the 24th Psalm for success l, B. B. King' and'
for -
This book 'scripture' to read : Door 1.95:
give'|you: prayer ''
luck'afidrmoney' )..' Orchestra. ,, f'
1. _
Blessings ( .
2. Prayer to overcome sickness F"i." ,, March,15Club ;, :

4.3. Prayer to stop a lying tongue crass. condition. .MAKERESERVATIONS_ _ : Downbeat. .'- '.: ":, > t'
Prayer to remove evil spirit/and Goulds> i
5., Prayer to win your loved onej j '' To ... ,;. t'ivow
And many more ..t B. B. King andOrchestra

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1 Thomas 0' Malley 4-A 9 John B. Orr 16-A

4 Earl Carroll 5-A 10 Bernard Berman 17-A

5 Leo Furlong .; .,, 7-A 11 Tom Spencer 20-A

6 Murray Dubbin . 10-A% 12 Dick Fincher 22-A

7 Mary A. McKenzie 12-A 13 Louis Wolfson 24-A .

: . 8 Richard i -Pettigrew 14-A ,:I 14 David Brower 26-A p.
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I Cut this out and take it to the Wherever you live in Dade County you can vote for ALL these candidates
t polls with yon

JOHN For For McLEOD State State Representative..Senator,,,,,,,..,,,,.:.. 2-A BE SURE TO VOTE, TUESDAY_

1 -Thomas O'Mulley 4-A
f i,: 5 4 0_--_Leo Earl Murray Furlong Carroll Da1dn10-A 5-A 7-A DADE COUNTY YOUNG DEMOCRATIC ASSN.
7 Mary Ann McKenzie 12-A
8-* Richard Fettlgrew .14-A i.
9-'John B.Orr 1&-A Garth C. Reeve, President John H. Barkley, (;Treasurer. .
10-Bernard Berjnsn 17-A< '
11-Tom.Spencer SO-A Kenneth Williams, 1st Vice President Ruby ,Thomas, Secretary r.
12:- Dick FincherA. ,
.", 13-Louis Wolfson .A Nathaniel Dean, 2nd Vice President Dr. E.A. Ward,Chairman of Board /
14- David Brower >r6-A> \ "
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