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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 30, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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411t YEAR, No. 38 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1964 r-10 CENTS --

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I PEACE WALKERS REACH 77O Voter Turnout Backs High In


: MIAMI; MEET AT 'TORCH'The I


Quebec-Wfishlngton-Guan- begin (at 10 a.m. from Wash- Losing Cause; Gordon Shevin Win
tanamo Walk for Peace will ington Ave. and S. 5th St., MIami ,
reach Miami Friday, May 20, a Beach) the final six milesof
year and three days after leav- their walk to Miami. The 'Dade County Negroes are I Analysis of Tuesday's ElectionAn I
ing Quelkc City, Canada. The Walkers will carry English and claiming a victory at the polls
interracial Walk, including one Spanish signs and will distri- despite the fact that their analysis of Tuesday's Negro precincts by 20 to one.
Canadian, will conclude its more bute 1 leaflets written in both heavily backed candidate, Rob- election shows that the 18 pre- Bernard Berman, loser In
than 2700 mile trek through languages.Two ert King High lost the gubernatorial dominantly Negro precinct the third legislative race was
Canada and the United Statesat of the walkers are Ne- election Tuesday toJacksonv1l1e's voted partisan, and provided favorite In the Negro precincts
the Torch of Friendship in groes, Tyrone Jackson, 20, of Mayor Haydon "comfortable margins of vic- 7,411 to 4,417. Countywide ho
Bayfront Park. Albany Ga., and Ronald Moose, Burns, 626,762 to 458,478. ,tory in otherwise close races," I was defeated by Ralph Poston
Most pleasing is that 77 for at least three candidates 105,000 to 02,000.
The arrival at 1 p.m., will be 18, of High Point, N.C. per
of the I
cent
a ceremony which Ago range of the Walkers Is registered Negro Jack Gordon was returned The Negro vote was the
the
voters went to
include 17 to :30, Many are students. Included polls and
will a speech and singing cast their ballots. This Is the to the school board with a heaviest that has every been
the freedom "We also are an art dealer: o county-wide In this Naturally
of song, EngIlshinstructor highest percentage voter turn- margin of 21,514, cast county.
Shall Overcome". A number of businessman: a college out in the city's history ;but led the Negro areas with he favored those candidates
sympathizers from the :Miami a laboratory attend Chief cause of the 13,417. who have a record of being liberal
area are expected to join the 17 ant and a research lab technici show of civic consciousnesswas great Robert Shevin, running for In their views, and in their
Walk Team members when theY'Clyde an. The Walkers draw no sala the candidacy of Miami'sfiery the legislature, won over the concern for all Americans.The .
ries. CNVA provides them with incumbent segregationist David
other necessities and liberal mayor. Two largest Negro vote cast
food, clothing, Eldredge by just 8,105 votes
and one dollar a week spending other reasons were popular ,countywide but by 0,071 In was in precinct 66 at Lily C. '
liberal school board member I
these 18 Dreclncta Evans School whore Burns '
p money.To decrease likelihood of an Jack Gordon, and Bob Shevin, got only 41 of 2,026 votes cast. PI
incident Involving some of the 'who was out to unseat the Kenneth Myers, countywide In Opa-locka's Precinct 0 Negroes .
more than 120,000 Cuban exile incumbent, segregationist legislator favorite for the legislature over ''gave High 1,375 to 55 for \
living in the Miami area, Walk David Eldredge. Dick Renick Droved a tossup Burns. High got 1408 votes In Go.
representatives' have sought for 'Many Negroes Involved race In the Negro precincts. My Liberty Square's Precinct 74 to
more than a month to Increase themselves In a political, race ers got only 1224 votes more 25 for Burns.
understanding of the project's for the first time and a drive han Renlck. ( Other areas giving High, Gordon
purposes by talks with leadersin Is already began to put on a I I Mayor Robert King High and Shevin strong support 0'
the Cuban community, with }Wg registration drive while tarried the county by better I were Brownsville. Richmond
police and other municipal. ,the political feeling is still than two-to-one In the race Heights, South Miami, Homestead
authorities, with representatives high. Books reopen Monday.TEENAGER. I for governor. lie carried the I and Florida City. k
.
I lu of the mass media and., _n rw
{ with others of influence.

t 'Y i Gets 15 Years For IN STOLEN CAR YCAUSES


Traffic DeathLewis (

I Nathaniel Anderson 38.
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was convicted for the secondtime : 2

in for a manslaughter traffic death. Wednesday DEATHS IN CRASH

He was previously convictedof An -year-oia- driver of a
a sophomoreat reckless manslaughter in stolen car figured in a tragic Haas' auto knocking it back who officers claimed, stole the
Murphy
North Dade Jr.-Sr.. High South Carolina and was drive- collision on Alton Road's 48th 150 feet. 1061 Chevrolet from in front of

School has been awarded a In Criminal Court a Judge valid license.Gene St., bridge Wednesday night Police believe the dead boyjnay a Collins Ave., restaurant 'I
that killed two including
persons
scholarship to attend the Yale Anderson have been the I '
Summer High Williams sentenced to himself, and injured two same one Wednesday morning
University
15 years for the traffic death of others seriously.The .
School for boys of superior Mrs. Elzie Horne, 49, a motherof I
ability. seven, of, 1375.NE: 141st St crash was the culminationof
The son of Mr; and Mrs. The women -XJlsVkllled April a 90-mile chase by two MIami A7 i
Everett Murphy of 14255 NW 21, at the Intersection of NW Beach motorcycle officers,
21st Ct., Clyde will partici- 20th St and',,7tA, ,Ave., when one of whom was injured when
pate In an intensive summerof Anderson racedi -his Cadillac his vehicle was struck by a "
college preparatory study through a stojr1!!8ht' trying to ; piece of lying jampost knock-
providing challenging'educa- elude a purslnfijxjxtflcc car. 'ed loose 'by the car of the

tional opportunities. \W, << speeder.

Robert C. 4734 Alton ,4i
Fla.'s New A.M.E. Bishop Is Edward Road: Haash'40 just left

his home to visit his parents h,.qei r
I 'died at Mt. Sinai Hospital r N
Baccalaureate Speaker ,three hours after the accident / V
Waters ''which'' left is wife Estelle, 39, /
in critical condition.

Bishop Eugene C. Hatcher The dead 'teenager was Clar- .
chosen to deliver the M f
has been r Jones 17 who /
Edward hence escapedfrom
Sermon at -
Baccalaureate Youth!'Hall May 5. He
was :
Sunday, '
Waters College :1r
Lee 'first spotted/when he ran a atop t
the
May 31st, at 3 p.m., in ,signal on Plnetree Drive.
Auditorium- At the recent con
fab of the General Conferenceof ''lOO MILES AX-HOUR J JI
AME Church in Cincinnati
the Ohio Bishop Eugene Cllf-5 Officers Robert Bishop and I
ford., Hatcher, was assigned to'' 'Peter Scarberry took up the f;
chase which said
the Florida district. As prelateof they sometimes ;A
reached 100 miles
per
.
District '
the Eleventh Episcopal ,hour as the car sped west and !
will haveas
Bishop Hatcher then turned south on Alton i
one of his duties the chair- Road.
manship of the Board of Man-
agement of Edward Waters Col- It careened onto the canal ,
bridge at 48th St. striking a f

lege.The concrete light pole, sending a A I'LACE FOR ALL This unidentified Baltimore, Md.. .

seventy-third bishop- of 16-Inch chunk of masonry fly- youngster and his pet cannot voter! but they can do a good job of f
the church and native of Ala. Ing into Bishops motorcycleand
III shop Hatcher was trained_ at, knocking. the officer to the reminding those who are eligible that they must first register. n

A and T College, Greensboro, pavement. Registration books ,In Dade County will open again June 1 I

North Carolina; Daniel Payne and remain until October 1. if not registered'now
College Birmingham, Ala., andEdwa@ The driver lost control and open you are
Waters College Honorary the car jumped the median get on' the books Many Negroes 'who( were ,not registered were

degrees" have been conferred elevated to the episcopacy' from strip and plunged head-on Into sorry they could not, vote la the; gubernatorial race for such a, ,"
on him by Shorter-Flip-- the editorship of the Southern liberal candidate Robert .
per-Curry College, Morns Christian Recorder at the Chicago as,our Mayor King High.

Brown College, Wllberforce General Conference of 1052. Register Now \You can register at the County Voter Registration' Office, 1351
University, and Nasson College. Bishop Hatcher has a distinguished -. NW J2th Ave. or at City Hall !in' Hlalcah, Coral Gables, Homestead I
minister.He
Bishop Hatcher was ordainedan has served record on as the a Program .Miami Beach, North Miami, North Miami:Beach and West :
elder In Mt. Zion AME,
Church. Jacksonville He Was I IIt CONTINUED ON PAGE (13)) Books Open Monday Miami Call 387-7 Ol for more information '

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Scouts I

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1964 I: 15 Girl APPAREL FOR SALE

Cross 'Bridge'Cadette

"Champagne taste, beer pocket?" Come to Gracie's

Scouts of Troop 409 where you'll find like-new exclusive: ,dresses,
I held Its Graduation or "Bridg suits skirts, blouses, shoes all originals. $1 to $5Mink
I. ing" at It Is known In scouting, fox and other stoles and fur jackets $5 to $10.
on Friday night May 1, In the
Breezeway of the Carver Branchof Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen
the YMCA. dresses $1. Men's pure Italian silk suits. $3 and $5.

The program began with a Blue serge suits $5. Sports jackets $2. Pants, shoes
Sing-A-Long by the already $1. Shirts 50c. Also linens, drapes, bedspreads and
Senior Scouts, Intermediatesand other household items. We cater to the elite. Grace
The I
significance
visiting troops. -
of Girl Scout Graduation. and Mike will greet you personally.
was given by Mrs. Elizabeth' GRACE'S THRIFT SHOP
Jones, leader. The poem: "The
Bridge Builder" was dramatized 2512 NE 2nd Ave. FR 1-8372
'
Y by Troop Leaders, E. Jones
W! I_ and Fields Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.fUiiT.

Cadette Scouts crossing the
: "bridge" into Senior Scoutingwere
presented by other Cadet-
test Intermediates, Browniesand
Cubs and were capped by
their mothers, fathers, other
relatives or representatives.They .
M S then crossed the "bridge"
while older senior scouts wel- HOME SERVICE CALLS $1.00
Hail! The King and Queen! come them on the other side
Many of the new seniors were Day or NightWe
awarded pins, citations and
The King and Queen for Mrs. Bennie Moore of 75CO gifts of merit as well as other Service All Makes of
1964-65 of Debbie' Playland NW 14th place. Prince was members of the troop.
Nursery and Kindergartenwere Charles Reese, son of Mr. and HI-FI's and STEREOSWe
crowned May 15. Crowned Mrs. Arnold James Reese of Parents were presented with
king was Valance Selwyn 818 NW 55th Terr. tokens of appreciation'and the Also Rent
Clark, son of Mr. and Mrs. The parents of Debbie's leaders cited for their untiring .
Maxwell Clarke of 1337 NW Playland wish to express their services. Mr. Oscar Weaver, one TV's by the week or month
24th Court. Their attendantswere appreciation to all their friends of our many community "godfathers" -
Princess, Karen Batrlce and neighbors who helped them was "pinned" in recognition -
Moore, daughter of Mr. and In putting this affair over. gestures of to his our many troop.charitable Our 907 N.W. 2nd AVENUEPhone

---_._._-- ._r -,---_r ..rti Troop Sponsor Mr Benny
O'Berry was officially made a FR 4-2044
part of Troon 409 and was
:;: presented his Girl Scout .
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k Pin to the delight of the \girls
;;# Remarks from Mr. O'Berry were
1'' yl .i iAyy1e most inspiring. Remarks came
also from visiting troop leaders.So f
c
; : x ended a very special f

111 night for Cadette Scouts who $ChOO Of d Bi tr

are now brand new senior .
scouts. Many parents and JfCULTURE.

friends were present and exclaimed -
nothing but praise for It's New! It's Great It's Educational!

the troop and Its leaders.
4 2 weeks advance course of training to beauticiansand
Marsha Elaine Marks, new teachersCERTIFICATES
Senior Scout and reporter for
t. & t ;, ; Troop 400. AWARDED

Guest Artists: Mr. Samuel Jones, M. G Murray

SINCE 1948 Miami Academy, Milady Publishing Co.,
Mr. Arnold! De Mille Helen Curtis
Women For PeaceWomen For Quality Building Sofstyle
.1.. Posner and some of our state's beat consultants

for Peace of Dade Blanche Calloway wishes to PL 1-3604 I t. Several prizes will be awardedTHOMPSON'S
County shown at the Interna- thank all who contributed toward
tional Airport bidding bon her transportation. You
voyage to the Dade delegateswho will hear from her personallyafter 2b axd &
attended the Women'sNATO
Peace Force at the she returns to Miami on
Hague, Holland, May 12-13. June 1.I BEAUTY SALONWe

special lize in all phases of Beauty Culture

I 2600 Boy Scouts Camp'' I LOT OWNERS! Styles Tinting Hair Cutting Wigs

PermanentsNEW
Weaving -
On Indian Reservation We plan, guide and advise
I MANAGER, FANNIE ARNUM
Your plans or our
The 1964 Council Camporee, leader; Black Panther Patrol, Phone FR 1-0997 Res NE 5-1247
held at the Okalee Indian Res- John Culmer leader; Apache I Custom Built Homes 533 NW 2nd Avenue
ervation in Dania was the larg- Patrol, Thomas Horton Jr., Attractive Additions
est and most successful in the leader; Rattler Patrol, Alvin D. \ jnnelS
history of the South Florida Bruton, leader. I Quality Alterations
Council.
Troop 79 St. John Baptist Good bank financing
More than 2600 Boy Scouts Church, Henrv W. Daniels, -- -
representing 391 patrols from scoutmaster; Milton Flanders,
133 troops, 172 explorers, plus assistant scoutmaster: Beaver 1P V' Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
490 registered adults made Patrol, Clarence Smith, leader;
this a great demonstration of Apachee Patrol, Alfred Fin- (!Jv (})@
scouting skills, camping tech- ney? leader; Hawk Patrol, Ray "MR. JACK"
niques and rollicking good fel. mond Newton, leader. Ueea8e4 Insured FOR
lowship. The following units,
patrols and adults made up dis. Troop 496 Earlington 8M N.E. 7I th Street STYLES FOR ALL AGES
tract ten's participation: heights Elementary School, The Very Latest in Men's Fashions
Henrv Murray, scoutmaster! ;
Troop 55, Carver High PTA Rattlesnake Patrol, Michael SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
Arthur O. Dunn, scoutmaster Tones, leader.
; Fox Patrol, Craig Curry AttentionHome ITALIAN SHOES
leader; Flying Eagles PatrofWilUam Trooo 302! Masonic Temple
944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami Florida
Anders, leader. ">12 West, Hollywood Harry OwnersFor ,

Newton, scoutmaster, three patrols ,
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Troop present. quality building
Church, Leroy Smith, assistant
addition
and
scoutmaster; Screaming: Eagle Troop 482. Lutheran Churchf remodelingPL aoo o oo coooaaoo
Patrol, Roland Clarke, leader. the food Shepherd Fort 4-0655
Lauderdale two patrols pres!!
Troop 73 Frank C. Martin ent. Charles C. Malonev Sr. NO DOWN PAYMENT STAR MEAT MARKET
Elementary PTA, Herbert Am- scoutmaster. Snec'al' note of From $5 week
mons, scoutmaster; Fox Patrol, per
thanks: to Samuel .T. E. Forde,
Ellis Adger, leader; Eagles Patrol who served AS assistant'! area FHA OR BANK TERMSFla.
Edward Knox, leader; ohlef. Charles Cowan: Phil 1520 'N.W. 62nd Street
Hawk Patrol, Lawrence Sweet- Dixon Tep S. Greer, all servedas Room Kitchens

ing, leader. area tudcres. Bedrooms Bathrooms -.. ...
Troop 74 Mays High PTA, N. Patrick Ranee, chairmanof Carportes Garages
Alvin Bryant, scoutmaster. Patrols district 10 states that the Awnings Fences THE MARKET WITHE COURTEOUS SERVICE
present; Bear, Fox and newt grand scouting: activity
will be summer camt At t h eSehrinn
Eagles.
News Realty Inc. -+-
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; Scout; Reservation Se-
Troop 77 St. Agnes Epis- bring FJa. June 7-13. All Scouts (BUILDERS DIVISION)
copal Church Sgt. Leroy A. ,and unit leaders are nnred to Fresh Meat-Low Prices
4740 NW 7th Ave.
Smith, scoutmaster; Staff Patrol register right away. Cams fee
Fred Bethel leader, Red Is $1850 per scout, plus trans. INDP
Buffalo Patrol Willie Taylor,
portatlon. iBftftftTTTTflfl SflftOOOftOOOOOO<> fr Ht OO<>O Oe BTilE

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. ? .1

Alabamian Writes Book I SATURDAY, MAIY 30, 1964 PAGE 3


Aimed at Young People
I
Bethune-Cookman To Honor
(A Backward Glance By I.I points the causes of the troubles
Lindsey Johnson, 44 pages, : that plague: mankind and offers
$2.75, Exposition Press Inc., I. pertinent suggestions on what Anna Brenner Myers "
N, Y.) every individual can do to reme-
dy them. The Trustee-Faculty! Honorary I'' :
In the introduction to the I. Lindsey Johnson, the seventh Degree Committee of Be- I .
highly original and thoughtfulbook child of Mr. and Mrs. Byas thune-Cookman College announce .,
A Backward Glance, pub- Johnson, Sr., was born In Finch- the. conferring of two
lished today by Exposition burg, Ala., In 1921 and spent honorary decrees at the 60th
Press, the author, I Lindsey his childhood in the rural sec annual commencement exerciseson I II III
Johnson, dedicates the volumeto tlon of Monroevllle. lie was Monday, June 1, at 10 a.m.,
"the adolescents, that group educated at the Bethlehem Industrial in the Mooore Gym. The recipients I
that Is so dlffflcult for us to Academy at Monroe- of the degrees are Mrs.
understand." vllle, and after three years of Anna Brenner Myers of Miaml1< II 't
military service with the Third and James Elsworth '
"However," he continues, "It and Seventh Armies, he attended Jacksonville :
is commonly agreed among 1'
Alabama State Teachers .
Mrs. Myers, a member of the I
adolescents
adults that are unable -
understand themselves : College, where he earned a Dade County School Board,was
: to
two-year certificate. He Is nowa voted Dade County's Outstanding I
problem is not a modern one II.
civil service employee at Ma- Citizen in 1958, and In 1061
I.
Coach isThunderbird by any means.Plato The Greek concerned philosopher gazine, Ala.Emerald. she received the "Woman of the
was
Award" from the American
Year -
about the adolescents of his
Banquet time. Ball Set Friends of the Hebrew
University. .Mrs. Meyers Is the 4'
SpeakerHead "It Is hoped that this group By Sorority TonightGreen senior member of the Dade !4If '1
book County School Board. She was .
especially will read this
Coach Charlie Tate of fa the theme and Em- in 1953 and is nowcompleting f
the University of Miami, was with an open nnd Imaginativemind erald Is the gem for Iota Phi appointed her second ,:
the main speaker at the annual and give close considera- Lambda Sorority, Inc., formal ,
elected
tion to what Is suggested.: For four year term as an
North Dade High School Athletic dance in the Starlight Room of
member. In the recent Dade
one thing,: an attempt will be
Association Athletic Banquet the Biscayne Terrace Hotel on :1
election for the \
made to surmount some of the County-wide ANNA I). MYERS
held 22 In 29.
on Friday night, May of Friday, May School Board, Mrs. Myers received -
walls that stand in the way
the cafeteria. lie was Introduced of those! who are seeking better This is scheduled to be one 75% of the total votes chain in the nation-with 621 re- I !I
by Daniel R. Francis DCT of the activities in observanceof
,
of life for themselves and cast and next year she will tall stores-is also chairman of
Coordinator who Is an assoc- ways others. the sorority's 3Gth anniver- start her third four year termas the board of American Heritage
iation member.Along sary. Contributions from this a member of the School Life Insurance Company, and 1!r
with the coming of Although the author has directed affair will go toward the national Board. holds directorates In other lead-
Coach Tate to the Universityto is insights and shafts of scholarships awardedby James Elsworth Davis, chairman business! and civic organizations -
replace the retiring Andy wisdom primarily af young people the sorority. of the board of the Winn- lie has the reputation of I.1'Ing
Gustafson, comes a new era- this volume can He read Chairman of the dance, Mrs. Dixie and Kwik-Check Company being a leader in the supermarket I
The Charlie Tate lara In the with 'great profit by adults as Janie Reeves, and committee I the seventh ranking food Industry. \.
42 years of his short life, his well. In a series of brief essays! members have initiated plans '
achievements In the field of the author explores the originsof that should label this affair 'I ;
sports have been almost legen- civilization and the thoughts I one of the most entertaining Johnson, Ilolova Davis, Carrie
dary, both personal and In the of man. events of the social season. B-CC Alumni Nassau L. Henry,

positions he has held. I On the long,: upward march to Music will be furnished by Louise B. Foster, Ray Jones,
During the evening, letters our present-day world, he pin- Charles Austin and Band. BoundThe Eleanor Mobley, Thelma 'Frank*
and certificates were pre- lln, Florleta Smith, Leomla V.
sented to the players by the National Alumni Association Pike, Frances Y. Pike, Bernice r;
coaches as follows: Tennis, ,. of Bethune-Cookman Col- H. Lee, Beatrice Clark James E.
Coach Fox; Baseball, Coach a y i. 1 prze r; bG4 ." s lege is sponsoring a tour to Williams, H. E. Bartley; Nellie

Young; Basketball, Coach An- liftft ;>&*$ **j 42 Nassau on June 15-10. This tour Dawkins, Rofle McClawb, Eva
derson and Coach Wilder; C C' A has been planned and providedfor Merklnson and Charles Brady.
"
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Track, Coach Daniels; Foot- Alumni of Bethune-Cook- There are many activities
ball, Coach Arnold and Out.. man College, their family and planned for these alumni, their
standing Awards by Coach friends. family and friends, which include -
Oliver, athletic director. :, Bon Voyage Party, sponsored
Samuel Forde, the toastmaster The following persons will by the Miami Chapter of,
for the evening pre- be in the number when B-CC the B-CC National Alumni Association -
sented Principal Charles Wychefor M N i f.x upsets, Nassau Town: June 15, at 1:00: p.m.
remarks at the conclusionof Welcome to Nassau Party .
the musical and speaking Dolorlse. Norris, Cora L. I June 10, 1001.Welcome ,./
Kenon, Annie E. Pinkston, Sallie -
parts of the program. W Deere, Palatka; A. L. : Aboard Party (S.S. -I

- Hamilton, W. L. Hamilton Yarmouth) on June 15, at 5 p.m. 1
:r- aRu Wlletha Hamlltoni J. H. Green Tho fun continues for the remaining -
s 44 Ill, Donthel! days in Nassau. They
; D. Hall, Lucile 1>. Jones, Wllhclmlna will return on June 10, and start I
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; 44p W. Johnson, Joseph planning$ for the tour next year. I f

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JESCA'S Summer WAMB introduced the speaker .
and Mr. Taylor gave the occasion
_
; .'vr Day Camp ProgramVacation The. Association gives special than the ',

thanks to the program participants -
time Is here again, and to the varltors. Mrs.
i+ ...! so register now for 8 weeksof Ophelia Hayes won the prize London Bobby ?
fun and enrichment for the for being the youngest An enjoyable
Mother of The YearThe entire family at the James E. time was had by all. )
Scott Community Association. \
United Homeowers Association Program begins Monday, June YMCA Camp Set r
of Dade crown 31.Midget .
County 8-July Surprisingly enough,yes.It was In 1829 that
Anna Tillman "Mother of
Mrs.
Memorial Day .
the year," on Sunday, May 17, Camp for Pre-school Sir Robert Peel reorganized the London c
at the Jolllvette Plaza. Mrs. children at James E. Scott Another YMCA Weekend Metropolitan Pollee who promptly became
,
Tillman Is their faithful secretary Homes, 7200 NW 22nd Ave Camp for all grade school and
Mrs. Neva Herring pre- Day Camp for boys and girls high school :girls and boys is known at "Peelers orBobble.
sented Mrs. Tillman with the from 7.14 years of age at Liberty scheduled for Friday, May 29 .".But this wasslxtyyearaaJterAlexander .
crown. Little Sheral Johnsonand Square, 6301 NW 14th Ave. through Sunday, May 31, at '
Sheral Hern were crown Adults and Senior Citizens at beautiful Camp Owaissa-Bauer, ',
bearers. She was saluted by Liberty Square, C301 NW 14th located in the Redland Districtof Gordon had Introduced ,

Little Arthur Casino Little Homestead, was announced his remarkable gin to Lon- ,
Grace Herring was the flower Ave.Activities suited to the needs today by the Executive Secre- don and it bis .
girl and Little Paulette Sargent and ages of the groups, will Include tary, Calvin C. Hughes. given name. t
dropped rose pebbles in the story hours, rhythm A weekend at camp will give Happily, the Gordon's 1
path of the newly crowned bands, song fest, creative dancIng all youngsters an opportunity to you drink today Is based jODQfl
"mother" Mr. E. Kemp is president arts and crafts, educational get away from the hustle and
of the association, and field trips, swimming sewing, bustle of city life and at the on that original 1769
Mrs. Harriett Sargent is chair- same time, enjoy the time of formula. That explainsIts ,

man of the social committee. etc.For further information about their lives under the supervi- unique dryness and DI LED w
sion of qualified coun-
Want To Learn To JESCA's the following summer numUers-program call PL selors and supervisors.camp delicate flavour. Explains, I LONDON DRY .

8-1791 PL 4-2326 or OX 1-8412 Among the many activities too,why Cordons is the 4.land 4. .
,
Swim ? ? offered are: swimming, crafts,
biggest selling gin In Eng
hiking nature study, campfire,
A swim program will be super- The Association James E. and Scott its Community Golden- cookouts, dancing, outdoor athletics America, the world. i r
water
vised by a competent special events and group _
celebrated Grandparents -
instructor sponsored Age Club
safety .
I discussions.A
Jointly by the BTW Community Day Sunday, May 17. It heavy attendance Is anticipated !-
School and the City of MIami was a grand affair. About 50 the
this outing during
Recreation Department.All people were In attendance. for PISIICT IF It A.D9TIUU ustun lolooN OlrDntroox lima snlrts
and all J
weekend
are holiday youngsters MH CUn N PIOOT.(MOOTS DIY CM CO,ITO*UHOU IAUM
Interested persons Wheeler Jones was who are desirous of attend;
Attorney
asked to contact K. W. Burrows,
at the main speaker. His talk was ing are requested to register
community school director and sincere. Mr. Lewis early at the YMCA 5770 NW,
NW warm
BTW High School, 1200 .
6th Ave. Catlin from Radio Station 15th Ave. OX 60231.

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seeking domination,, while others are fighting to main- E Y

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CWEST CLUB'S ANNIVERSARYLast
Eo'
Saturday afternoon the Cwest Club celebratedits

44th anniversary with a Garden Party on the beautiful

1 n. B. SIGISMTTND REEVES! Editor and Publisher lawn of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kent at 2471 NW 67th St.

GARTH C. RHEVE8. aianaging Editor A large number' of Miami's socialites were presentand
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enjoyed this unique affair '
Member of the National Newspapers Publishers Association
-" The occasion was given by Mrs. Hulda Frazier, and
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Mrs. Blanche Dean the history of the club. -"
ONE YEAR $&00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $G.oo gave ..:
, .. The president, Mrs. Athalie Range, extended ia, cordial -
, tottered as Second Ciao Matter, August 0, 1027 at the Post OfMo
welcome the
to guests.
at Miami, Florida, under the,act of March 8, 1878Downio [
The highlight of the afternoon was the presentationof
'rn Office: l lit N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR 8-229A awards of appreciation, to the following persons:
I Main Office at 0740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1-O421 .
Mrs. Mamie Thompson, Organizer and first president 4

CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" of. the Cwest Club; Mrs. Carrie B. Anderson, a mem- \
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America oan beat lead tier ber land pioneer educator; Mrs. W. H. Murrell, YWCA
world from racial and national antagonism when it accords to organizer and civic worker; 'Mrs. Ann Coleman, organizerand BTW Alumnus To
I man regardless or race, creed or color his human and
rerjr the Negro Pressstrives first president of the Garden Club, also a civic worker -
fecal rights. Hating no man. fearing no man- Deliver
I
to help every man in the firm belief that all men artmrt ; Dr. S. M. Frazier, pioneer physician and business man
I a* tone as anyone is held back. and the Rev. H. E. S. Reeves, publisher of the Miami
Times. Baccalaureate

(There' two alternatives. Wo shall meanly lose or nobly
ore Presenting these awards was Mrs. Eddie Daniels, Sermon '
save tho last hope of life. -Abraham Lincoln. welfare and civic worker. She did this with grace and

THE ELECTION IS OVER' distinction reviewing some of the (accomplishments of each The Rev. Mr. William H
awardee. Washington an alumnus ot
, :Mayor Haydon Burns is the governor-elect of Flor- Booker T. Washington, will deliver -
Delicious refreshments
were enjoyed., this year's bacaleaureatt
ida. He defeated Miami's Mayor Robert King High by a
I sermon. Mr. Washington Is a
While, congratulating the Cwest Club, Ye Editor
large margin. graduate of the class of 1952.
I takes this opportunity of expressing appreciation for being '
Presently the Rev. Washington
victor in
However Miayor High is somewhat of a
numbered among the honored wardees., Is serving as pastor of the
defeat. He certainly' can be proud of the, campaign he New Philadelphia Missionary
waged and his accomplishment. Dade, County top, shouldbe '- 4.. Baptist Church, chaplain of
proud of .this little man, laccomplished\ more politically YOUNG THUGS the United States Navy Cadets,
public relations director of the
than any other man in Miami's history. I. Last Friday night four teenage thugs attacked Mr Baptist Ministers Alliance and

One of the, big issues, in fact, the biggest in Mayor I Alonzo Kelly of 1475 NW 67th St. soon after he left a Is a member of various civic
Burns' campaign was Civil Rights which he' opposed. bus about 11 o'clock, on ,his way home. One of them and religious groups. He holds

That is a very popular subject to many, and the Mayor knocked him down and the others man-handled him, tak. the B. A. degree from, FloridaA
and M University and theB.
certainly capitalized on it. ing his billfold with a $10 bill land other small change in ,
his D. degree from the Interdenominational -
Another of his campaign cries was that the NAACPwas pocket. Seminary. of Atlanta -
sponsoring Mayor High. This was incorrect. He knew These' youngsters are to be pittied. Instead of roam- Ga. '

better, but it was good propaganda, and he used it to ad ing the streets and robbing people, boys, why not attend \5
vantage. night school and try to make yourselves useful citizens of

Miamians turned out nicely, 71 percent for Mayor High your community? Best Method to Sell!

but even so, some 215,000 did not vote. Certainly all of If you continue holding up people, you'll eventuallybe
those were not sick or disabled. So many voters have not I. jailed or killed. Is that what you want? Try a Classified Ad

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as yet learned the value of the ballot. However, we are _w .. II W"W.'TI'IIrTlf.1fjTJr._ Y IY TjT 5V.JT.1r JTJ'GT'1"lo.ILao4 .
\ >Jl.-4.\ -' -a- VAJiHOW"'J. /I." ".I"\.a. .I1:444: "J.4JJ./I. ''-.A'''''' -'' '--'-- -
doing better.It .

was a pleasing sight to see the crowds of Negroesat

the several polling stations. More than 20,000 Negro '.
YOU \
votes were ciast.. DO

Numbers of them worked in Mayor High's behalf

without receiving a cent. Many of them we know made

cash contributions to the High' campaign fund. PAY YOUR BILLS?

That is as it ought to be-We know Mayor High '!appreciated

whatever help was given. In fact, he has already
expressed his appreciation.
and in cash? Or by going out buying
By going to each store paying
, Other winners in ,Tuesday's ,election were: 5'
I Juvenile Judge,: Donald Stone. a money order, and mailing it? Here's a much handier way, called a
House of Representatives: Group 1, Robert Shevin;

I Group 2, Ralph, Poston; Group 5, Kenneth Myers. f
ti School Board: Jack Gordon.. SPECIAL CHECKING ACCOUNTIt

Constables: Ray Bradley, Robert Conway. '
f I Democratic National Committeemian/ : Elliott Roose ..........q..____.... i\l\,
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,
: velt. Committee Woman, Mrs. Anna Baker. works like like this': >9" 'i,

I In November, Republican candidates will compete -*' -". j,
against Democrats. For Governor Charles Holley vs. 1. Come to the Lincoln National,13, You don't have to keep any
, Burns. This: will be just a matter of carrying out the law. Bank, deposit whatever amount Certain amount in the bank-ju t

; Florida is still a Democratic' state. you want, and get a book of checks'' Whatever you want, in order vto

I Total votes in the governor' race were : Burns, (just lOc each 25 for $2.50,). cover the, check you write. Each
' 626,768; Highs/, 458, 478. month you get a statement of your
2. Whenever you want to pay a account, together with your can-
I Mayor| High also received
some support from all bill, just write a check, for it, in celled checks, which serve as re-
counties in ve'
the state. Some'g substantial support but
your own home or wherever you ceipts. The small charge for all
not enough, to turn the tide against the Blitzers and mil- ,happen to, be. No need to carry a this service is just 50c a month.

lions of dollars behind i them.GREAT lot of cash around, or to go out When you need more checks,

"'t' and buy a money order for each simply pick up another book like
BUT' SAD bill. you did the first time.

Picking up my newspaper.' Thursday morning, the
, first headline struck me as being a serious one., It read, A bank checking account is a useful reference and'everyone can afford .

\I "Missile Defense' to Cost Million a Diay." The news came one this easy, inexpensive wayS
from Cape Kennedy and a top Army rocket expert who
'.;made this estimate for the year, 1965. --- ..'

Naturally, Ye Editor knows nothing about missiles or
the cost of maintaining .them, and is not in a position to
offer any criticism. LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK

However, even (Ian humble a person as he, thinking in

terms of $7,000,000, week for missile defense, coupled
with what other Nations are, or will be spending, sees OF HIAHIFIRST I ;,
the sad'plight in which this old but modern world finds '
itself. FULLY INTEGRATED BANK IN THE ENTIRE SOUTHEAST "

Isn't it time ,our nations decide to "Study War .No RIGHT HERE IN- THE EDISON FINANCIAL CENTER '
"
More? ,

If It were possible for these millions of dollars to be 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue phone 759-4431 ."'

\ spent for feeding' the hungry and needy peoples of the .
Banking hours: fc30 2
: world seems as though there would be a better chance a.m. p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. Closed Thursday

: for a peaceful world. in order to open Friday Vt30 a.m,2 p.m. and :5 pm.8 p.m. also Sat. 0 amnoonPAGE

1!, It's ,too'bad 'tl>rat even the United Nations can. -do

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NHS Commencement MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

Activities\ I SATURDAY MAY 30, 1964 PAGE 5 i


The public Is cordially Invited 1
to attend the commence- Dorsey ChorusIn LEGAL NOTICE
ment activities of Miami I
Northwestern Senior High NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS

School which are as follows: RecitalThe NAME LAW
Awards Night Northwestern
and Dorsey Junior High 1 Notice is hereby given that
8
MAYS Hiail faculty is honoring to the Links last pm. June 1; Class Night
on Saturday School Chorus will present Its the
Alumni Night Northwestern undersigned, desiring to engage -
,
Mrs. Eunice M. Tanner evening. annual concert this Friday
in business the
8 June under
p.m. 3 Commence Ves-
with I ;
a "Retirement Social. 29 8 In the school
May at
Dinner p.m. fictitious name of FLORIDA
LIBRARIANS will be lunching pers, Key Auditorium,
ON SATURDAY, May 23, on Saturday at the Miami (0 p.m. June 7; Commencement auditorium. Admission, adults DRAPERY, 7800 N.E. 2nd Ave.,
Emory Bess celebrated his Springs Villas. Dado County Auditorium 3 $1.00, students 50 cents. Miami, Fla. intends to registerthe
birthday with many guests p.m. June 8. The chorus Is conducted by said name with the Clerk
present The proved tre- HAPPY BIRTHDAY to: of the Circuit Court of Dade
party William S. Johnson and E. K.
mendously enjoyable to all In KEITH Meares, Edna Mingo, "Press Radio TV" Lockhart is principal.The County( Florida.
attendance. Leslie Brickel, Venrneka Dames Salvatore Fusco, Owner
and Bernice Sawyer. On Open Mike 20921 NW 12th Ave.
LINTON HKKHIKX was
North Miami Beach Fla.
BOB HIGH did not win Atlantic Underwater Test ,
In a piano recital at as Mike with has Hen- May 30 June 6 13 20
Richmond Open ,
Elementary Schoolof governor but in spite of losing, and(! Evaulatlon Center being
drik
J. Berns will discuss "The
Perrine on last Sunday. Mr. i think we have won in many constructed at Andros for the
Mosley Doles Is principal ways. So Congratulations Press, Radio and TV" next U.S. Navy, is moving ahead of Heroines of Jericho ,--
Sunday evening from 7 to 0
Mayor High! schedule. Located a half mile
31 ItS. GEORGE CASH attended p.m. Guests will be RalphRenick students living near white Hiram's Court No. 88 cordially
the Knights of Pythias GOT WELL wishes to Mrs. Larry King, Ed Seney south of Andros Town, the cent Invite you to attend their 4th
Grand Lodge convention in Edward (Louise) Bogie and managing editor of The MiamiBeach tre Is being built by Harrison anniversary program Sunday,
Jacksonville, last week. Walter Cartledge. Sun; and Garth Reeves Associates, Inc., of Miami, at a May 31 at 3 p.m. at Metropolitan -
managing editor of the Miami! 118 Methodist Church, 1778
Little CAROL ANN TOWNES Miamians In New Times. As usual, the program cost of $11,242,000. Of the NW GOth St. Martha Marshall,
celebrated her seventh birth- will come live from the Hampton workman employed 74 arc Ba chairman; Estelle Beason,
day with a party at her home York For Fla. Ball House. hamians. M.A.M.
in Opa-locka. Carol Ann was
hostess to fifty young friends. Leonard "Bum" Smith's ingenious "- .: r
planning
of the now -
,AIJl'JLGA nIA Chapter of famous Florida Ball Is one of
Alpha Pi Chi Sorority is enter- the greatest ideas we have
taining friends this evening ever experienced In bringing
with its Spring Fantasy Ball together so many friends and r
at the Gulfstream Room of acquaintances from the sun- End 0 M
Bayfront Park.SELECTING. shine state. l

'.. the This tenth year of balling
same evening was the affair's but the
Blscayne Terrace best and Smith is revelling In
Starlight roof are the Iota Phi
the that
success has
Ball.Lambdas with their Emerald the simple thought come of how from to
say "hello" to friends back 6039 N.W.
DADE COUNTY Real Estate home and those living In New SALEay
Board met at the home of Mr. York, who are not seen or

.and..L.... L Mrs.__ _. Julius 1_ Smith.. Mr.. heart The from' for sometime. 7th Avenue
wmicneuu iiormeny or the I ma'gic of the ball Is
Urban League) talked with the amazing. They come from near
group about Urban Renewal. and far; to wit from Miami I
went Leonard "Sparky" Davis
DOROTHY ELLEN JEN Phillip Wallace, Booker ". Portable Entertainment Center
KINS, daughter of Mrs. Doro- Hayes, Birbb Wallace, MaWe
thy McKeller and the late Mel- Hayes Leo Armbrister and
vin Jenkins Is graduating Bill Sawyer. ..
from Spelman in Atlanta this "
Many more than be
week. can recalled -
now residing in New
ANOTHER Spelmim graduate York gave expression of their
is Genethia Welch, the desire to be remembered back "",' \
grand daughter of Mr. and home; among them were Jesse .
Mrs. John Barkley. Ware, Wilfred Devoe, Sylvia : '
.
.
Cuello, Julien
Shapin, Alfred
LAST SATURDAY 8 ilt m a Ferguson, Rose Everett, Bert .
Gamma Rho Sorority took Its Robinson, Marion Frederick, S
9th grade Interest Group, the Leonard Thompson Carl and

"Buds" to Vlscaya.OUTSTANDING Rufus McCartney, Al Culmer, .. ,
MLnmians, Leona Palacious, Mr. and Mrs. .,d ,:
,
leading the freshman class at Theodore Hepburn, James ; IffJ
Kentucky State College this Johnson, George H. Allen,
year are Lawrence K. Adderly Dorothy Dixon Rizer, Mr. and "
lV. and Joseph Gilbert. Both Mrs. Alfred Arnett, Clotilda
young men have established Mackey Williams, Marina
lor themselves a very high North, Landers Pierce, J. A, 11/1
scholastic average for the Strachan, Ches Albury, Chas. A.
school term.Lawrence "Dido" Dawkins, Rita Moss
Is Ute son of Mr. and brother, Leonard, Eva
and Mrs. Lawence Adderly of Alexander and sister Minnie.
1371 NW W3th St. Again, ooth The affair was so enjoyed w II
young men are majoring In that when Lloyd Price played
Political Science and History. the final note, we had already a
The results of recent student made up in our"minds that we
,election votel Mr. Adderly, sec- would be very present at the
retary of the Atwood Club and next get-to-gether.
Mr. Gilbert, vice president.GET I

WELL wishes to Mrs. i Elks Grand Lodge V VE

Jane Lewis, bedded at North Comes to Miami
Miami, General Hospital. f

SO 8OR11Y to bear that Calvin AUGUST 22l20, 1964 I ;
I
Cuimer met with
an
eye
All Elk mtI l ]
accident and is in Jackson Memorial Lodges : Temples '
of the tire ore in the midst'
Hospital.
of a "Mammoth' Memo(e,!th.p I
Mrs.. J. 1*. W1I1TKHEAD Drive." Let us all get ready!
(Frances) of Opa-locka will be ,
A BIG INVITATION '
"'going to Georgia for the funeral -

of her grandmother. Join now, so we can host rN.rNfi5 E

THE CWEST CLUB mem- the ""Greatest, Elk's Conven-
Iters were gracious hosteses to tion.
many friends on Saturday afternoon Atlas Lodge No. 308, Liberty
at a Garden Party Lodge 1052, Overseas Lodge
celebrating their 44th anniver- 1078, O. W. Bannerman Lodge -r j
sary. Amid smartly groomed I 1380, Magic City Lodge 1544, $ J
gentlemen and chic ladles PER Council 23, Antler's $65
with lovely hats, Cwest Temple; Liberty Temple; Over-
members mingled. Blanche seas Temple; O. W.; Bannerman I
Dean, gave the history of the Temple; Greater Miami
club; Hulda Frazier, the occa- Temple; Pride of Miami Coun
sion and Eddie Daniels pre- cil, IBPOEW.
sented special awards. Those W. O. Perry, president Fla.' (Sorry only one to each customer)
receiving awards for their State Association; Dt. Myrtle
"Contribution' the Better- Davis, District Deputy; Chas.
ment ;of the Community' 'were Higgs Gen. District Deputy. 19" G.E. 'Dlx TV reg, price $199.95
Mesdames Mayme A. Thompson Hon. Hobson R. Reynolds, Portable Stereo wUuto changer reg. $69.95 $ 95
(founder of the club); Le- Grand Exalted Ruler. J20 Roll-a-about TV Stand reg. price $19.95 224,a
ola Murrell, Annie M. Cole-
man, Carrie B. Anderson Dr. Muss ,Decathlon Ball
S. M. Frazier and Rev. Henry $289.95

E. S. Reeves. Mrs. Athalie Decathlons are on the march ALL THREE FOR ONE LOW PRICE .
Range Is president of the club. looking forward to coming

. CONGRATULATIONS to events, planning their stella : $5.00 DOWN and $2.50 PER WEEK
Clyde i Murphy who will be attending event of the year" "The Miss
Yale University this Decathlon Ball. Each mem-
summer. Clyde Jr., Is the son ber has his eyes gazed for that GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE

of Mr,. and Mrs. Clyde Murphy one event and their guests 6039 NW 7th AVENUE
'of Owalocka.CHARLOTTE. : whom they will present to be : PL 1-8518 r
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FORD CLARKwas screening meetings are in .f .
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FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST MT. CARMEL CHURCHThe NEW PHILADELPHIA

Sunday, our services were men of our church exe- Rev S. Atchison, pastor
very inspiring with Rev W.. cuted a very successful Men's Constance Carter reporter

Banks of Jordan Grove preach Day program.We Community Day at New-
ing the mornlrut sermon. We would like for them to celebrated
Philadelphia was
t tL td are always so elated to have our know that we are praying Sunday. Poinciana Park Elementary -
many ministers ana all or our God's riches blessing upon the School its
visitors with us each Sunday.If board of deacons and trusteesof was spec-
ial guest. The students from
old fashion our church.
you want good
Poinciana rendered musical
selections
service visit our church.We Special thanks to the follow recitations, choral

ing ministers for their very readings and a pantomime of
are extending our get-well
fine and delivered
spiritual sermons -
wishes to Brother Charlie Bur this Rev. the "Old Rugged Cross."
on great day.
nett in Jackson Memorial Hospital W. F. Tanner, O. W. Foster, and We were particularly blessed -
and to Mother Lula Smithat
Davis of the Brownsville
home. Baptist in having' the Poinciana
Church. family to be with us on Sunday
We are happy Sister Ila Bell especially because we were able
Reese is home from Mt. Sinai SALTER'S CHAPEL to hear Poinciana's charming
Sister Jessie Mae Jen principal Mrs. Pittman
Hospital. Rev II. J. Benson, pastor speak
kins left to 'be at the bedsideof Flossie Marshall reporter encouraging and uplifting
her brother who is very ill
in Waycross, Ga., and Sister We are so happy of the return words to us.
Yeteve Lewis had to leave for of our pastor and his lovely The pastor wishes to thankall

_. Detroit to U at the bedside of wife, from the General Conference members of the Pastor's
her sister who is very ill. where the laws of the Aid Club for the pleasant surprise -
TIMES MIAMI FLA. church are made. they surprised him withon
Our deepest sympathy is extended Giving the facts about what Sunday night. Making the
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1964 to Sister Beauty Kate were being done In the church, presentation was Mrs. Amanda
Harris in the loss of her stepfather they said their trip were en Myers, president of the club.
in Albany, Ga. We are joyable. Rev. Benson brought a I. The pastor was so stunned that
praying for all the sick and message to the Christians to for once he was lost for wordsto
Mrs. M. Athalie I ; complete shut-ins and those in stay with the church. express himself.We .
distress.
Range To Speak at } Mrs. Thelma Mason and Mrs. are so thankful to our
Come to church Sunday and Flora Payne left for Leesburg public for the many blessings
have your faith lifted. Saturday, to attend the funeralof which have come to New
St. Matthew'sThe their niece, Mrs. Lillle Bos- Philadelphia and we pray God
GRACE PRESBYTERIANThe ton who passed last Wednesday continue as an influence for

public Is invited to hear featured speaker for evening. Let us extend to them that our church shall always
Mrs. M. Athalie Range deliver God I in the .
Women's Day of Grace Presbyterian our heart felt sympathy in theft community.RIDGEWAY
the principal address at the Church at the 11 a.m. hour of grief, Let U'J remember I

Building Fund Rally for St.Matthew's service Sunday, May 31, will be those who are sick and shut- CHURCH
Church, Sunday -
Baptist Mrs. Dazelle Dean Simpson, M In.
May 31, at 3 p.m. Music D. There also will be a musical OF COD OP PROPHECY
will be rendered by visiting at the 7:30: p.m. service ST. BARNABAS CHURCH Bishop R. B. Davis, pastor
program
choirs. Those who have heard Harris chair- Elder H L. Cox, reporter
Mrs. Nettie ,
Mrs. Range speak know that Morning worship was led by
her message is always timely, man. the pastor. lIe preached from Greetings from the Ridge-
forthright and thought-provok Isaiah 45:43: ; theme, "Fear Not, way Church. The pastor, officers -
ing. I II MT. ZION CHURCH For I Am With Thee The No. and members extend an

I Rev. H. E. Green, pastor two choir furnished music with Invitation to you to worship
You can't afford to miss this Evelena Glenn, reporter Mrs. M, E. Culmer at the piano, with us on Sunday, where you
treat. St. Matthew's is locatedat Opa-locka, Fla. and the No. two ushers served. will hear the gospel preachedin
361 NW 17th St. its fullness. At 10 the Sun-

The members were glad to Evening devotion was led by; day School will b\j very Inspiring .
Rev. N F. Clark, pastor have back with them after attending the assistant pastor, Rev U, to your heart. Come
Stanley Saunders, chairman PROVIDENCE CHURCHRev. the General Conferencein Demerltte. He preached fromSt and be with us.I .

Cinclnnattl, Ohio our Presi- John 1:1: ; theme, "Glory in
C. J. Burney, pastor ding Elder J. A. Roberts Elder the Word. Mrs. M, E. Culmer would like for you to make ",
CHURCH Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporterWe Roberts held his second quar-- furnished music. advance preparation to attend
ST. MATTHEW'S had a spirit filled day terly conference and brought to I our annual State Convention at

(African Orthodox) Sunday, beginning with the us an inspiring message. All We wish u speedy recoveryfor our State Tabernacle, 5037 NW
Sunday School, then baptism were read. Total amountrased Mrs Blackshcar Mrs. C. 22nd Ave. June 10- 4. So planto
Services for St. Matthew's services. for the day $530.40. Gardiner is out of the hospital be with us. There'is a spec-
African Orthodox are being ond Is Improving nicely. We are ial blessing awaiting everyone.
held at Bain's Funeral Home Wte are looking forward for Sunday, May, 31, at 3 p.m.,, praying for her. Visitors are
3187 Douglas Road, Coconut our revival meeting of which the missionaries will observe its always welcome. ZION HOPE CHURCH
Grove. The Divine Liturgy Is the prayer meeting will begin !anniversary The public Is Invited

celebtated every Sunday, at 11 Monday night, June 8; the and refreshments will be TEMPLE BAPTIST ...
a.m. The celebrant at Sunday's preaching services will begin served.Mt. Service were spiritually high;
Divine Liturgy will be the 15, through 27, Rev W M, The pastor, officers and mem all day Sunday. We baptized II
Very Rev. Obedlah Barr of St. Boyd Revivalist.Rev. Zion Day Care Center ,hers wish to thank the friends 'I five candidates Sunday morning. f
Orthodox will be open all summer to the who ]participated In the 31th an The visiting minister deliveredthe
Anne's African Boyd conducted the revival l public You may register your nlversary of the church last morning message and our
Church, Liberty City. last year. You who heard I child now. Ages 2-0. For fur- week. Special thanks go to the own son of this church Rev,

We invite the public to come him know he is a gospel preach. ther Information, call Mu 14559! Rev. J, A. Poltlcr\ and .members Andrew Jackson delivered a

and worship with this growing er. You are welcome to come or 681-9827. of the N T. L. 1,. S. S. Church; sweet short message Sunday
congregation in a progressiveand and help make this a great re the Rev J. L. Johnson and St. night

growing community. vival. MACEDONIA BAPTISTThe James Baptist Church; the Rev.H. I

Please continue in prayer for Ministers' and Deacons' V. Stuart and St. Mary's W NOTICE TO CHURCH
MORIAH the sick and those who grieve Union of the Sealfoard Baptist M. Church, and the Rev N. F,
NEW MT. the loss of their loved ones. Association of Fla., Rev. W. H. Clark and St. Matthew's Baptist REPORTERS I

6700 NW 14th Ave. Edwards, moderator, Is in session The new deadline for getting

Rev. Almus L. Shipp, pastor GAMBLE MEMORIAL at New Macedonia. It com-and The Sunday School will spon church new. Into oar office for

and deconeses menced Thursday night sor a dinner sale this Saturdayat publication la TIJE DAY noon
The deacons after-
their friends! and CIIUKCII OP GOD IN CHRIST will conclude tomorrow the home of Mrs. 13. Hunter, All church reporter are
wish to thank You most cordially invited
members who came to help Sunday, May 31, the men of noon. to attend are these services. 1771 N. W. 75th St Donation urged to cooperate Oanrolinewe
them on their anniversary. Gamble Memorial will be holdIng one dollar. received after nooa onTnrftday
their annual Men's Day Services last Sunday were cannot be guarantee
Mc-
tribute to Rev. on
Special
.
The No two choir, Mrs. Ma. ,
and his congregationOur services. The theme! for the oc well attended. The morning publication.
Craney casion will be "God Give Us Rev.I. tilda Hall, president and Charles
brought by
May was
Sunday message
next event: ,
Ambrose director will sing
Men". Our pastor will be then1Vl'nln ,
31, at 14680 Bethume Drive, II. Reddick pastor of William Sunday morning for the Ministers .
speaker Elder Ira Me Church
Richmond Heights Choir No. Chapel Freewill Baptist ,
at
and Deacons' Union
Call, our assistant will
pastor
Homestead,
Tea".
"Fashion
one be the evening speaker. Ebenezer, West Palm Beach
Bus will leave the church at
You cordially invited,
are ST. PAUL CHURCH
June 5 Ilea come out and share 8:45.:
3-5 p.m. Friday night, ;
sholr No. one sponsors! a with m this occasion.BAHA'I Rev. T. C. Kelly Jr., pastor to all to .
"Musical Program" In behalf of Mrs. Lea Cray, reporter It was a pleasure .
have Deacon A. J. Hanna
Youth Day at present
our pastor's anniversary. Our Sunday was
ASSEMBLYThe thana
first lady Mrs. L. Shipp has St. Paul with the young peoplein Sunday after more
month's absence because of
been speaking quite often on a Baha'i Assembly of MI- charge. A very lovely service
Illness. We for his con-
number of Woman's Day pro-I ami will present another in its was rendered by the youth pray tE I.
programs. Keep the good workup. series of weekly discussions at Our pastor delivered the sermon tinued recovery.

Remember to pray for the the Baha'i Center, 137 NW 11th for the morning. The Men's Day officers, with ,
sick and shut-ins. Prayer Ave., 8 p.m., Sunday, May 31 The Philos Club, friends of Deacon G. E. Hepburn, chairman -
changes things. The subject for this session the Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority and Charles Ambrose,
will be: "Challenge To Chaos". were visitors at St. Paul, with vice-chairman, are {
the public is cordially Invited to their sponsors, Mrs. E. Libertyand hard to get their plans organ r
ST. LUKE CHURCHThe attend. Phone secretary, FK Mrs. Mattle Barlow. 'zed. They are asking all the
1.5420, for further information We were glad to have our ,
St. Luke Junior Choir pastor back from the conference.We men of the church to fall In I
will celebrate its 18th anniver- wish to thank Rev. Allen line. :'1 1I'
sary Sunday, May 31, with a SHILOH BAPTISTThe Turner for the loyal service he '
musical program at 3 p.m. in the absence of our "
gave us BEREA .BAPTISTWe
Junior choir from different services were spiritually -

churches will take part on pro- hhh throughout the day pastor.Rev. W. F. Stevenson broughtthe had' a 'wonderful time at
gram. Sunday with Elder E. Ross delivering evening message' which nerea on last Sunday. The pastor
the morning message .
We are asking that all parents and Elder L. Powell delivering everyone enjoyed. brought the message mornIng ALL FRIENDS AND MEMBERS a
and evening. Two were received -
give and us your help full us make support.Come this? the evening message. MT. CALVARY CHURCHThe into the church on Sunday MAY MAKE T H B I R

Thank Sunday evening the churchat ; thin makes six that has DONATION TO :THE .
program a big success. would like to take .
youth in the last two Sundays.Rev. .
joined
In advance. Authurine large will Journey to Ettene- SPIRITUAL TEMPLE OF
you this opportunity to thank each I
T. R. Harrluon, chaplainfor
Mrs. A. Baptist Church in Hollywood -
president; zer ZION Inc.
Symonette dedication serviceof and everyone who helped to the Baptist Ministers Coun ,
L. Collins directress. their for new the church. Rev Griffin make their 7th anniversary the ell will bring the message/ Sunday At the hone of the 'vice president f

Choir No. two of St. Luke will deliver the sermon. success that it was. and' treasurer. Sfce Ie alto t-
Wll!
The Deaconesses and the '
cordially invites you Sunday to an night after, Rev. O. W. Foster is pastorof ling Workers are sponsoring a Communion cervices each 2nd one of the ordained minister. :i.,

service 31. program Our chairman, said church. Pink Sip Tea on Sunday, from I I Sunday, morning and eveningfor Our charter la reglatfred In r
May Davis program and coworkershave Remember to visit and pray 4-(} p.m. The tea will be at the the convenience' the Broward 'and Dade' Conmtiea
Mary planned a very interesting for the sick and shut-ins SIs- home of Sister Mary Lee Harris. working *ople.1 Everyone 1 is Invited L. HUNTER 'DJ>.! t
for enjoyment. ter Virginia Willams in Jackson 1130 NW 58th Terr. "to worship with"this"new :
program your 1657 NW 73rd StMIAMI
is invited Every-I t church. Our servicesare
Deacon Plenty Whitehead, presl Memorial Hospital (wardA one cordially growing*
dent. room 67.) affair. being held at the YMCA. 17 ..



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Richmond Heights!; beautiful
:1tGI
3-bedroom, 1 bath CBS

home with awnings and

carporte. POST TIME
filOO PM.
14015 Jackson Street

i 4'f f I $350 down, $62.12 month

Ph. 927-2977 or YL 3-7694

in Hollywood

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7. .... $395 down $22 wk. 9.N.tI Wa Onybwa rSl "
f4.f<:_* Y y' wplae
Buys a 3-bedroom, 2 tile -
Chain of Schools they have
Market Training
placed thousands into steady bath, CBS, built-in range. NOW!&tdSy TWIN DOUBLE
School Receives throughout America. MTI _
jobs
oldest and largest training Only $10,900 total. No Nightly (except Sun)
in U.S. with 42 unitsIn '
Splendid ReceptionIn major system cities, Hawaii and qualifying, move in today. Gate open 6 p.m.

the since the Canada." said the director. .
three years *
Miami unit of the Market Guaranteed 10-day course F
Training Institute opened its ready for work but students Duplex $650 down
has placed many of our citi- may remain as long as desir-
zens. into high, paying Jobs. at on extra cost. All text LIVE, RENT FREE
Florida .retailers and pros- books, etc., are furnished free.
pective students certainly wel- Courses are from $15, $50, $65 2-bedroom and -bedroom
come this cashiering and and $100.The .
stove and
checking school because it refrigerator,
came at a time when Miami director, L. F. Sinclair, CBS.
was in need of a school that lectures to the senior classes
was certified by the Chamberof (Guidance Dept.) at the Booker $27 week all
Commerce and approved by T. Washington, Northwest pays
the government and industry, ern, Carver and other schools SEE TODAY
With certified training all and the University of Miami;
people are qualified for em- primarily to help those who
ployment with retail stores are ready to help themselvesinto TRIO REALTY
such as A&P, Stevens, Food a lucrative career in the ,
Fair, Walgreen, AG, Publix, Retail Merchandising Field.
Zayres, Masters and many oth- 801 'NW 54th,Street
The school's director has
ers. Weekly graduates are placed -
with many of these units. made scholarships available: to 759-8372 691-286S
During the 11 successful deserving students of several
years throughout the MTI Miami schools. *

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The couple will live in Chi-I SATURDAY, MAIY 30, 1964 PAGE 9
cago after a brief wedding trip
to Canada.
I Judge Sheppard eniles. Also projects that could
Cf.tssI: 1IIS1mJ:6
be undertaken by civic organizations -
Visits that would combat ,the
CLYDE KILLENS" Sphinx ClubThe delinquency problem. .' '
Sphinx Civic Club, long
Sill JOHN HOTEL Interested In Civic activitiesand The judge was the f guest of
community welfare, was Isaac Ithers.
gift with the presence of
;
Judge Ben J. Sheppard at their Members present were Alex.
MIGHT( BEAT CLUB"Home meeting Tuesday night, May onder Brooks, BC, Coleman,
19 at the home of the Vice Albert Johnson, Luther James
of The Stan"PRESENTS President R. C. Coleman. Smith, James McPadgon,:)un-
Judge. Sheppard spoke on lous Fortson. Herman Black- !
the subject of Delinquency shear Isaac Withers and- John

FRI. SAT. SUN. Among Adults as well as juv McFadgon. t
MAY 29 30 31

Adm. FRI. SUN. $1.50
SALE
BAND INSTRUMENT
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,_,. r I T Wm Adm. SAT. $2.00
\ Trumpet $49.95 Guitars $18.95

: TED TAYLORand Clarinets $79.95 Amplifiers..d- .$24.95 1,
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The marriage of Phyllis Jo- Ing lace secured her silk Illusion His Band 7600 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-8SSI
Anne Smythe and William pouf veil. Her bouquetwas
Floyd Greer took place recently of white roses and a single
in Holy ,Cross Church of orchid.

Chicago. Mrs. Maxine Crenshaw, of
The bride is the daughter of Chicago, was matron of honor
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Binns and wore a turquoise chiffon Finest Selections In Miami
who, immediately following the dress with matching hat. She
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Jackson's Gourmet Catering.Mr. Stewart Greer, Jr., of MIami open
and Mrs. T. Stewart Greer flew
to Chicago to be the
NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTS
Sr., of Miami, are the parentsof best man of his brother. lie
the bridegroom. father.was accompanied by their a EZ Terms -;Lett Than Rent
The bride wore a long ivory '
peau de sole gown with seed The bride is a 'graduate of .
pearls and tear drop crystalson Clarke College, Dubuque, Iowa.
the re-embroidered lace The groom was graduated
bolero top. A coronet of match.: from Tennessee A and I Univer- 1923 NW 42nd Street
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Now located at John on'* Shoe Repair
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r t4o Strikes BIG TEEN-AGE MATINEESUN. Shoes were $4.95' '3.95
Automatic Pay Raises Nct %.cjyoffs 'ends ., JUNE 7 3-6 P.M.
paid Sick l.ove Meet Pen ons Shoes- were $3495 now 2.95

: paid Vocations 1 t b Pax Ub.ro' min ng Tennis Shoes were $1'.99 now 1.00
financing four JUNE 12 13 14
An HoUdOY'uWI t i In .
. '' KEY TRAINING OP' SO. FLA. BABY WASHINGTON .Stockings were 80c now 69c
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".I. rw Lr LO. ... .1 ishment fit the crime and the would mean two sentences:
criminal. This is how it would con-current: of course. If one
SPORTS WORLD OVER Pun Phunby We: : stole a table, I'd give him the
chair. Pilfering girdles would
Phil Ossofer If someone held up a beer- ,bring 1 to 3 years a two-way
..'V"o....... r .._. ._.. joint, I'd have him placed behind stretch. An ink thief would end
By LEO ARMBRISTER My parents at one time hoped the Wars. If he stole a up In the pen, and cattlestealIng -
that I would enter the legal battery, he'd end up In a cell: characters would be steer-
IDOOOO OO OClDaOO 1) profession, but I wasn't If the loot was a piano, I'd be ed Into the bull pen.
serious-minded, loving to make I real sharp and leave him flat A car thief would be remov
Excelsior Draws CurtainOn jokes instead of studying for the in jail, throwing the keys ed from the free-way for a few
bar. .a sobering enterprise.I away. If It was a drum, I'd years. The only ones I would
have since changed my have him beat. I go easy on would We: the nosey
Most Successful Bowling Season mind, realizing that humor belongs Theft of a calendar would defendents I'd give them
everywhere, even In the mean twelve months. In prI- probe-ation and paper clip
The last of over 1 and 1-half Norman F. Hurd 149 halls of Justice. As an example, son, one for each page of the stealers they would be sent
million pins had fallen signa- Sam Benjamin 149 I am about to show how a pun calendar. Stealing an electric to a psychiatrist. After all,
llni gcht olslfgon maP t Eddie Tyson 149 ster like myself could be a bulb would bring a "light" sen- they're not really criminals;
ling the closing of the most Earl Hamock 149 good judge, making the pun tence, and theft of two bulbs they're cliptomaniacs.BARGAINS .
season the Excel- Alfred C. Lewis 148
sior progressive League has ever had. Otis C. Burns 148 t Illn nTI"I' tm.. onn. ...; .,1 41' J J ,j .." ., 4 .;.. .-
This filth season was notice- Stanley Campbell 14i3 I
ably great from many stand- Charlie Morgan 146
points. The league had grown Isaiah Brown 146
larger, bowling was better Sammie Lee Long 146
(which the Increase in aver- Al Mitchell 146
ages will show) and enthusiasm Walter Johnson 145
was high throughout the Arthur E. Whltten 144 !
league from start to finish. Eward Hawkins 144
Ail these factors prove what Nathaniel Payne 143
really could be done with Johnnie Robinson 143
strong Initiative and bonded co- Joe Wheeler 141
operation. Chris Clarke Jr. 138
Alexander McDaniel 135
Congratulations must go to Walter Bowe 134
this tine body of sportsmen Walter L. Rumpus 132
tor their untiring efforts to Willie L. Wright 130
come together each week and Clyde Alexander 129 I
enjoy an evening of bowling.
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Here are the final team
standings: Fishing vs. I B.

Team won lost
Hagan and Fonda No. 1 75 30 VandalismWhichIs
The Olympics 66 39
Tne Renegades 66 3b
Cloverleaf Sp. Shop 6$ 45 Better? .
Amer. Furn. TV 58 47
Tne Late Rollers 67 48
An Irate mother gave vent
Metropolitan Cln'rs 55 50 to her anger in relating to this STORES_
liowes Barber Sh. 53 52
column, an Incident that she
Varsity Barber Shop 52 53 Interprets as a misjudgment to
News Realty 51 53 her teenage son. The story reveals -
Hagan and Fonda No. 2 51 54 that her son, who is
Tne Satelites 50 55 every fond of fishing, was given 45 W. Flagler 50 W. Flagler
40 65
Tne Hot Snoppes some money to obtain a license;
Wright's Construction 40 65 but was I short of the required
McL onald's Liquor Store 39 66- amount; being already at the '
Park's Bar 32 73 fishing grounds, he decided to
fish then, and secure his license
Final Individual averages: later. This the
brought game
1. James Thomas 184 warden into the picture and
2. Frank Richburg 183 without any reasoning of a
3. Ted Potter 183 young boy's desire to fish,
4. Ernest Hayes 181 Wrought the full force of the FOR CASH !
5. Willie Robinson 181 law on the youth. <

'Tommy Jackson 179 This column acknowledges
Johnny Harvey 174 all points of law and agress that :
Dave Boone 178 In case of a violation, the necessary -
James Mitchum 178 course must follow,' butit
Dennis Peak 178 Is also
Inclined to agree with
Len Bradley 177 the mother that fishing withouta
Freddie Mason 176 license for a teenage boy is :
Willie Nicholson 175 not half as distructive as the SELLING ALL!
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Eddie Johnson 175 vandalizing gangs that roam our
'Frank Southward174 streets. We would be happy to
Arthur Jackson 174 see the law strictly enforced In
''Johnny White 174 breaking up gangs as it is n- J
Charles Bridges 174 forced In fishing without a
James Terry 174 license. '
Henry Newbold 173
Frank Smith Sr. 173 Panties 9c

Sandy Cleveland Slmms Reid 171 172 Licensed Practical

Oswald Smith 171


William Archie Wilton Cox Brown C. Brown 170 168 169 Nurses The licensed Meet Practical Nurses : Socks 3 for 50c

Alvold James 168 met May 10, at the home of the
Eddie Way 167 new president, Mrs. M. Johnson.
Darden Baker 166 New plans were discussed for
Albert Bryant 166 the coming summer and old
.Mack Barnes 166 business was cleared up. The ; Shirts now 3 for $5
Willie Fenderson 164 past president Mrs. R. B. Dick-
Lucius Strong 164 erson was presented a beautiful
Ben Mosley 163 gIft from the nurses by Mrs.
Robert Caldwell 163 Mable Alexander, for her un-
Sammie L. Stewart 162 tiring services for the past two
Arthur L. Davis 162 years. A delicious repast was Slacks from $1
Leander Phillips 162 served; a wonderful time was
David Fussell 162 had by all.
Cecil Nixon 162 Mrs. M. Johnson, president
Sam McDaniel 162 Mrs. L. Perpall, reporter
Gary James 161 Blouses
.Willie Lazier 163 59c
Bruce McCord 160
Lily White
Elmo Williams 160 LodgeNo.
Theodore R. Blue 154 L --- -- ---- ---- __ __ 'L ?, ,,. ..

Booker T. Hayes 159 ; 189
Fred Home 159
Billy Johnson 159 Lily White Lodge No. 189
' Jefferson 'Hagan 158 held Its regular meeting Mon- SACRIFICE:
" Charles Gowan 158 day night, May 11, with our
Ike Small 157 president, Mrs Eunice Dykes,
Nathaniel Townsel 157 presiding.. We received a very
;Almond C. Edwards 157 interesting report from our delegate 4,000 Slacks 600 Dresses
:Anthony Simons 157 to the Grand Assembly
1 Clyde Young 166 which was held in ,Tampa, Fla.
Leo.Armbrlster 156 Our deputy, Mrs. Margaret 15,000 Men & Women
EddIe' J. Cox 155 Carey,. held her offlcal visit at Apparel
I Lonnle Mincey 154 which time our election was
Charles Lowe 154 held with all officers being reelected -

Johnnl&''Robbins 153 153 for another'' year..
1 H; Simmons
f Charles Morris 152 At the close of our regular $10,000 Savings
152 1
Tlllman
Robert ..Jackson 152 meeting a very tasty repast was
Herman Bryant 752 served. With everyone expres-I
;Willie Jones 152 sing his desire to buckle down .

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I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
Receives $186,480 r SOCIAL SECURITYQ.

A AAA SATURDAY, MAY! 30, 1964 PAGE 11.:'


Capital Fund ; Gift # # # AAAA -.... president, Mrs. Mattle Smith of

Miami, vice president, Mrs. I
1-
-- to.iiiii.N Broward Sarah Robinson, Miami.
Dr. Richard V. Moore, president authorized the Architect to 11ui1m ro N'T111.1 U1.OOV11NNrWT
Rev. Ellis King of Greater St.
Bethune-Cookman Col- draw up plans for a Student I
Luke P. Church suf-
lege, announced the receipt of Union Building and a Boy's The postman brought mea County Baptist ,
fered sudden heart attack at
the first distribution of $180 letter about making social a
Dormitory. Bids for construc- security -
his home
480.00 from the $30,000,000 Unit tion of these buildings will be reports for my maid. News ; Is at on Memorial Monday night. KG 1
now
ed Negro College Fund Develop received in October, 1064, at She tells me she doesn't want to W him Hospital. Ii
a speedy v
ment Campaign. the Fall meeting of the Board be under social security. Is it all The chairman of the recovery.Women's
During the month of Octoberthe of Trustees of BethuneCookman right for me not to report since Greater
at St.
late President John F. College. Plans were made she doesn't want to take part ByWalter Luke program
P. B. Church of West Hollywood
Kennedy, from the White Housein for the dedication of the new In It? 80eThe wishes to thank each I
Washington, D. C., Inaugurated Helen Kottie Memorial
Classroom
A. No, Indeed! Social security and everyone for making it a
a $30,000.000 DevelopmentFund building, October 21, 1061. r wonderful success.
taxes
be
Campaign for the much must paid when- I
needs of the 32 member collegesand ever any household employee South Broward VFW
universities of the fund. Annual RecognitionDay Is paid at least $50 In cash dur Post No. 8105 will hold Its Installation Perry's Fashions ,

Mr. Charles G. Mortimer, at Floral ing any calendar quarter.There services, Sunday May I
chairman of the board of General Heights Is no choice In the matter. You 31, at 3:30: next door to Hank's Loses Fire ClaimA
Foods Corporation, acceptedthe ElementaryThe must make the report whether Grocery Store, 4321 Hallandale
Invitation to serve as Na- your employee wants you to or I Beach Blvd. The newly elected Circuit Court Jury Monday
tional Chairman. Student Council Organization officers are: Wilbert C. Jenkins ruled as void an Insurance

To date, the goal of $30,000, of our school will spon- not.Q.. You Commander; Albert Womack, policy that covered the fire loss
keep about vice-commander Lon-
writing senior ; of a Third Ave. store.
000 has been reached by the National sor their annual Recognition clothing
housewives
having to send In nie B. Joshnosn, Junior vice ,
Ceremonies
Committee with the Ford Day
the May 4.The on Thursday social security on maids. What commander; Walter A. Bowe, : The decision was against
Foundation leading way happens If you don't make the quartermaster; Robbie L. Bray Perry's Fashions, Inc., which I

with a this gift amount of $15,000,000$5,000 will be distributed children here have earned returns at the right, time? How boy, adjutant; Waddy Graham, I' had sued the insurance comp
000 of member col- many honors. They will receive would anyone ever find out? chaplain; Alfred Watkins, Jr., any for $54,004.00. That was
to the 32 Ril/bons Certificates, andTrophies A. Last year 21,000 delinquent service officer; George Nelson, I the agreed value of merchan-
leges and universities and $10 In the following cate household employers were office of ,day! C. B. Blount, 3 dise and fixtures destroyed in
000,000 will go to colleges and gories. "turned up" when former em- year trustee; Leo Store, 2 years the February 1063 fire.
universities selected by the ployees applied for retirement trustee. The outgoing command.
Ford Foundation for special Many of the trophies are do payments. In these cases, many er of Post No. 5603 of OpalockaIs Guaranty Security Insurance -
projects.Dr. nated by the Business Establish of the employees had told the Kernel Dames,; Installation Co. contended that the ,
Moore stated that this distribution ments in Dade County.ItECOGNITION employer "they didn't want to officer. fire was set, thus "Increasing I
ties in with the % mils AREAS ARE: Join social security." But when the hazard" for which the '
Correction The Blue Bird
lion dollars campaign instituted ((1)) Attendance ((2)) Scholarship the employment ended, they Club : policy was issued.
newly organized ,
a
some two years ago by the ((3)) in group
Proficiency Spelling (4)) quickly applied for retirement was organized April 13 of thlsyenr.
Board of Trustees of Bethune- Library Participation in Good payments. This led to paymentof scheduledfor
Meetings are
Cookman College for the reno Readers Club ((5)) Best all around the taxes, plus penalties and Monday nights of each week Best Method to Sell!
vation and refurnishing of the girl and boy (Gth .grade) ((0)) interest by the former employ. Miss Flora Davis of 1003 Pembroke
College Chapel, the constructionand Best Personality girl and boy ers for not making reports at Road, Hallandale is the A Classified, Ad!
furnishing of a President's ((6th grade) ((7)) Citizenship the proper time.
Residence and the constructionand ((8)) Service rendered around the
furnishing of a 12 room I school ((0)) Safety Patrol Service Q. I'm confused about mak
classroom building to house around the school ((10)) Athletics ing reports on the wages I
the Education Division on the : (Physical Fitness Program) ((11)) pay my maid. She only works Lincoln Federal Investment Inc. \
1st floor and the Humanities Jr Red Cross-Community Ser- one day a week, and I thought ,
Division on the 2nd floor. vice ((12)) Student Council-Ser- social security was due Just on
He said that the receipt of vice. "regular workers. 5386 Biscayne BoulevardMIAMI I
this distribution completes the During these ceremonies teach. A. The number of days your
% million dollars campaign and ers will present their personal maid works Is not directly In FLORIDA'
enables the College to construct certificates of merit to their in- volved. The rule Is that If you .
these facilities debt dividual groups. pay her at least $50 in cash between .,
free. I*M" We anticipate that this will October 1, and December ?;.!... Y ,
The Executive Committee of be a gala day, and we hope each 31, or in any other quarter of t ".Jr
the Board of Trustees of Be child will aspire to become a the year, the wage must be re r
,
thune-Cookman Colleee at Its "winner" In at least one cate- ported and taxes paid. So, If a >,,!:,";'.
May meeting on Wednesday gory for the next term. worker comes to your house ; .(
r only one day each week You'll '
probably pay her $t a. day. It k p
she comes 2 days a week, you'li
need to make the report even
If she makes only $2 a day.

f yr Q. If I hire someone to help "The (Jnontost Name in Money"

me, how can I be sure of reporting -
her wages correctly Offers a complete consolidation of debts and money

when she has lost her social
fort
security card and can't remember -

her number.A. HOME MODERNIZATION PLANSFor

Have her apply for a duplicate

card. Tell her to put a roofs, all type, aluminum window, fences,
note on the card form (available
at the post office or social security aluminum tawningt, aluminum tidings
office) asking that you
be notified of the number. Then, .
y u when the duplicate card la
t l Issued (usually about 7 days Call now for free information 681-4133
after application, you'll receivea
record of her number too. JOHN STERN

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Opa-Lockan Retires his City friend.Hall, where everyone was 3-bedroom houft.

After 37 Years The City Commission gave NORTH MIAMI BEACH GOING TO THE .

him a special award (plaque)
Ernest Ingram, known to his on the llth day of May, along Deposit Required
many friends and neighbors as"Rabbit" with, document naming the MICKINS' RENTAL World's FairUse
I
retired after 37 Magnolia Recreation area as AGENCY
years as an employee of the the "Ernest Ingram Park"
city. Mr. Ingram, a resident of
which contains approximately
Opa-locka since the "boom ten acres located on Nor t h NE 44)500 Scenicruiser Bus Service

days" In Dade County, Is per- Burlington St. and JaM

haps the only Negro who has blocks 357 and 358 Magnolia '" (Greyhound or Trail way) f
been this Miami
resident of
surburb a 38 Gardens Consolidated. ...+.+, . . . .
for years. He was also the recipient ofa All Expense Package ToursFrom
He came to live and work In gold wrist watch from the Painting Contractor
Opa-locka from Hollywood, employers of the City of Opa-
Fla.: In the employment of the locka upon his retirement.It 1 to 6 night In New York City
Glenn Curtis-Wright Enter- was in Opa-locka wherehe WARNER HINES
prises, the founders of Opa- met and married the 1 ate Includes Hotel in New YorkWorld'
locka and he the He Is the
was among
Rose!'! Leah Walker. '
many who put In the first father of Mrs. Irma Sklles, Fair Admission NYC Sightseeingand ;

water system. Mrs. Wllda Johnson and the other feature, from $9.85 up

During 1027 he began his employment grandfather Sklles who lives of Creta In Washington Ann- Round trip from Miami to New York by Scenic Bu
;
with the city of Opa- D.C. and is employed as
locka under the supervision of clerk-typist-receptionist In the '
law commission $68. 70 I
of our present central office of the Civil Ser-
Charles Anderson, fatherinlaw vice Commission In Washington. \ ,
Wilbur Dale. .., isfJl Get detailed brochure and make reservation at R
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His duties were many and 14261 :
lives at
Mr. Ingram
varied from building our first NW 23rd Ct. and holds an honorary -
streets to driving our first discharge certificate of Licensed and Insured North's Travel BureauCharles
trucks on them, always with World War I.
plenty of hard work being the
He has seen Opa-locka grow
prime requisite.In from white rock roads to paved IJy City and County C. North, manager I

1963 Mr. Ingram was streets, from hand water Service phone FR 9-8685
transferred to the position of pumps sytem to sewerage system
sidewalks 1104 NW 3rd Ave Ph. FR 98451BCC
special custodian of the Muni street lights, FREE ESTIMATES I
cipal Grounds and he was a all of these assets he Is very
familiar figure In and around proud and happy over . . . . . . -





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r "I PAGE 12 SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1964
CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS _

Nassau NewsIn
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IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKSThe OSCAR WILLIE JONES 1422 the tragic shooting in which
Reuben Rolle killed himself
memory of our mother and l of the late NW 65 St., a resident of this
family and his wife, Elose on May 20,
grandmother The family of the late Zeola SAMUEL "TEE" SMITH wishto area for 51 years and well-known
the fonowingpersons were also
Bannerman Moore wish to thank died May 19.
thank the friends for carpenter-builder
the many friends and neighbors their kind expressions many of Services were held May 23, 'at murdered: Eric Strachan, 14
sympathy
for the kindness and sympathy cards telegrams St Paul AME Church, Rev. T. year old Carlton Sweeting, Wil-
through ,
liam Fernander Bursell Fow
shown during the hours of flowers and In many ways. C. Kelly, pastor, officiating. and ,
ler, Lodom Wooodside.
bereavement.Your I Surviving are a son, Davis anda
Special thanks to the Rt. Rev daughter, Mrs. Bessie Hill, Alfred Glmton, who was pre-
cards, telegrams, flow- James L. Duncan, D. D., Suf- both: of Jacksonville, Fla. sent at the Sweeting home dur
ers and cars were appreciatedacts fragan bishop of the diocese of ing the time of the shooting,
of helpfulness. Special South Fla., Miami Arch Deanery MRS. LESSIE MAE RAINGE collapsed and died later.
thanks to Carver Jr. Sr. High ., Mrs. Alfred Frentzen, 21533 SW 120 Terr., Goulds, Wounded
School, the Floral Heights Ele- Deanery director of the Miami died May 16. Services were conducted anddetained at
mentary School, Rev. J. J. Williams Deanery the Miami Deanery; in the chapel May 25, I Princess Margaret Hospitalwere
Rev. Edward Graham Mrs. Alfred Frentzen Deanery with burial In Paradise. Ivan Hanna, Rudolph
The Mouse of Albert FuneralHome director of the Miami Dene- Her survivors are husband, Sweeting, two-year-old Betty
The Symonette and Ramos ry. The Miami Deanery; the one daughter mother two sis- Sweeting Francis Sweet-
:Families Rev. Theodore J. Jones, Vicar; ters and one rother. Ing and Winifred Sweeting, sIster -
I officers and members of the of the dead EloIse Rolle.
May God continue to bless Church of the Incarnation; the JOHN M. HOLMES, 2330 Rut- .

I Church of the Transfiguration; land Opa-locka, died May 20. Funeral services for the late
you.The Bannerman Family Company "D" Fort Dlx NJ: His wife, Annie Bell; five sons, Mrs. Satyra Bain was held Sun-
and the Richardson FuneralHome three daughters, four sisters day afternoon May 17 Mrs.
and one brother, survive. Bain is survived by three daughters
M CARD OF THANKSWe Many many thanks to the Services were held May 25, Mrs. Dahlia Kelly, Mrs.
wonderful friends In Ft. Pierce. at Greater New Bethel Baptist Rowena Butler and Mrs. Dollie

We the family of the late, May: God shower each of you Church, Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor Sturrup who lives in Miami,
with his richest blessings but was present to attend the
:,... "Rest eternal grant unto him last rites. Four sons and a
O Lord, and may light perpetual MRS MARGUARET SHERMAN number of grandchildren are
MRS. FLORENCE HOLMESwho shine upon him." died at home, 1720 NW among other survivors.
departed this life May 29, Mrs. Charles H. Smith, 1st PI., May 19. Remains were r .
1959. mother sent to Atlanta, Ga. May 25 for Mr. and Mrs. Fealy Demeritte
-May she always be remember ,iy t d iSO'd"k M-Sgt. Wallace A. Smith) final rites. returned recently from Miami
ed. Frank O. and Howard J. She is survived by her husband where Mr. Demeritte, owner and
Cleo Sawyer, daughter Smith, brothersMrs. Frank, and her father, C. Operator of Demeritte's Funer
Joyce Sawyer, granddaughter Samuel E. (Marian) W. Williams of Atlanta. underwent surgery at
.y S Mtlq Neely Mt. Sinai Hospital. They were
Mrs. Frazier H. (Louise) iPURCELL WILLIAMS, 17424 guests of Mrs. Gladys Kelly,
IN MEMORIAMIn Bradley Homestead Ave. Perrine, died t 152% NW 15th St.
Mrs. Elisha S. (Julia) ,May 22. Services will be held

memory of, Clarke, Jr.sisters Saturday 2:30: p.m., at Sweet I
Home Baptist Church, Perrine. RANGE.
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Survived by his wife, Aretha; .
a daughter, mother and stepfather -
I
I Mr. and Mrs. Zeak Green; MOSES FLEMING, of 1240 N
W 67th St., died May 23. Mr.
RICHARDSON one sister, Mrs. Johnnie Mae
.
Dorsey. Fleming, a native of Gainesville,
EDWARD MAYNER of 1391 lived In Miami for 10 years.

NW 51st Terr., passed May 24. SAMUEL Blx\IR, 1622 NW His survivors include one sister,
Survivors are his wife Mamie, 5th Pl., was dead on arrival at Mrs. Annie Copper; a son Leon
a sister, Mrs. Maude Brunson, Jackson Memorial Hospital May and a nephew Herman Cooper.

three sisters-in-law, three 22. Remains were sent to Quincy Services were held Thursday,
brothers-in-law, and other re- Fla. May 27 for services and May 28, at the Church of Christ
CLARENCE MOSS latives. burial. A brother, Rev. Anthony with Brother F. L. Thompson
who departed this life 17 Services will be held on Satur- W. Blair of Quincy and several officiating..
May 30 at 1 : from the
1064. day, May p.m, other relatives survive.
Zion Hope Baptist Church' with MRS. LUCY ASHLEY, of 1842
Can never forget nor express Rev' Paul, Freeman officiating. REV. JESSIE BYRD, 230 NW NW 42nd St. died May 23. Mrs.
enough heartfelt thanks and 10th St., died May 23. A well- Ashley is survived by her hus-
gratitude to the many friendsfor DEMETRIUS CARPENTERof known associate minister of band Leroy, three sons, Leroy,
DYRON E. TRESVANTwho their kindnesses shown us 100 NW 11th St., passed May Jordan Grove Baptist Church, Jr., Willie and Eddie three
was laid to rest May 26, during our bereavement. 23. Survivors include his wife, services will be conducted thereat daughters, Mmes. Lucille Thomas
1962. hanks from the bottom of two sisters, Mrs. Augusta Smith 2 p.m. Saturday, Rev. C. H. Maxine Chandle; and Miss
Gone, but not forgotten. our hearts. and Miss Mozella Carpenterboth Smith, pastor. Gloria Ashley: three brotherstwo
of Freeport, New York. His survivors are his wife. sisters and 17 grandchildren. -
Mrs. Victoria Moss, wife The body was shipped on Viola; two sons, Willie and Ar- .
James Moss, son Wednesday May 27, to the thur; a sister, Mrs. Rosa Johnson She was shipped this morn-
IN MEMORIAMIn and three grandchildren Douglas .Funeral Home in and two brothers of Ga. Ing May 29, to Qultman, Ga.
Roosevelt. Long Island, where He will lie in repose in his homeat for final rites and burial on
loving but sad memory of services will be. held on Mon- 8 p.m. Friday. Sunday.
the late, ,CARD, OF THANKSWe :day, June 1.
MR. ANTHONY WHITE
MAJOR BRUNT 852 NW 70th
who departed. this life, May. 27, the family of the late; ,HAM THOMAS 'Of 1255 N I St., father of three, daughtersand MRS. EVANGELINE MILLER
1955. '*BRVIN -L: SMITH' W'-58th St., passed May 27. Sur three died 23. of 1343-A NW 5th Ave.,
P He is gone, but not forgotten.. vivors are two daughters, Kate Funeral services sons; May 4pm. passed May 25 in the Goulds
May he rest In'peace. who departed this' life April 22, and Mary; three sons, Rev. J. I at Antioch Thursday Church Convalescent Home. She is sur-
y We love you, but: God loves.you 1964 can never forget nor express H. Thomas, Davis and John Brownsville, Rev.Baptist J. W. vived by her sister, Mrs. Alice
i; best. enough heartfelt thanks sisters and several other rela- Stepher- Christie nieces, Blanche Bain
which he
M and gratitude to the son, pastor, following
Lula White wife many and Lucinda
tives. Sweeting; three!
was sent to Ocilla Ga. for final
,
I Maggie Davis, daughter and friends for their kindness Arrangements will be announced rites. nephews, Edward and John
family I I shown us during our bereave- upon completion. Mackey, and George Thompson
ment. Thanks from the bottomof Services will be held May 30,
j our hearts. Your special BROTHER JOHN HENRY MRS. CORA L. LONG of 2150 at 10 a.m. She is now in reposeat

thoughtfulness was truly appreciated GUNTER, of 174 NW 8th St., NW 68 Lane, died May 24. Her the Range Funeral Home
IN l lI MEMORIAM"Four died Thursday May 21. Ser- survivors include five children, chapel where she will remain
vices will be held\ at Mt. Olivette mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. until funeral time.
years gone, four years Christian Smith, mother Baptist Church at 3:30: p.m. James Scott of Adel, Ga., two
,j ever past, last.love In and memories for Percy and Carl, brothers Saturday May 30, Rev. I. C I brothers, two aunts and one I MRS. GERTRUDE WILLIAMS -

our dear son loving memory of Lenora and Lillian, sisters Micklns, pastor. uncle. Services will be held in of 1711 NW 64th St.,
Henrietta Chipman, aunt Survivors include his wife, Adel Sunday. I passed suddenly. Services will
I Mary Jane, two daughters, Mae be held Saturday at the !Mt.
Bell Moss, and P. Cunningham: Tabor Baptist Church at 2 p.m.
\ CARD OF THANKS son-in-law, Willie Cunningham, MRS. ROSA LEE MANUEL, with the Rev. Purdy Brown of
five grandchildren, Tyrone Wll 1329 NW 4th Ave., died May 25. ficiating. She is presently in repose -
Hams, Willie Herny, Dorothy, Services will be conducted Satur at the funeral home where
The family of the late, Teodora, Michael CUnningham. day, 4:30: p,m. at Jordan:Grove she will remain until funeral
ALFRED T. OLIPHANT SR. one grand niece, two grand Baptist Church, Rev C. H. time.
wish to take this method to nephews, seven sisters-in-law, Smith, pastor. Her survivors include two
thank the neighbors of 10th St. seven brothers-in-law. She may be viewed in the sons, Noble Jr., and Earl WIlliams -
roomers of 7th St., and the many chapel form 6 p.m. Friday. Sur two daughters-in-law,
H 1 friends for kindnesses shown viving are her husband, Mr. Mmes. Emma and Elsie Wil-
them during their recent hour Taylor Manuel: two daughters, liams; three grand-daughters
of bereavement. Thanks to Rev. FRANCIS seven sons and one sister. .Mmes. Roslyn Williams John-
Cooper, assistant pastor of Mt. son and June W. Alexander;
ZIon Baptist Church. Special CHARLIE HENRY WIL- !MRS HATTIE JENKINS, Kim Williams four grand-sons
i thanks to Mrs. Artie Richardson mother of Mrs. Ada Bell Cuths andRawn
LIAMS of 631- 8th Ave., Pompano Noble, III. Earl, Dwight
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k.a and the Richardson Funeral bert and Mrs. Onnle Mae Frazier Williams two brothers
Beach died May 21. Ser-
Home and for the died at home 1728 NW 56th
many Elliott and Carl Lawrence, a
vices will be held Saturday
t v it ai cards,. telegrams floral pieces St., May 26. neice Mrs.
30 2 at Temple Maude Manley and
May p.m., Bap--
't all.and cars. May God bless you tist Church with Rev., .L. A. She Is also survived by a many other relatives and

Mrs. Bertha Oliphant, wife Thompson, pastor officiating. sister and two brothers. Final

Mr. Alfred T. Oliphant Jr., Remains will l lie at Francis rites sent in Lyons, Ga., where she
was Friday morning. IN MEMORIAMIn
son Funeral Home chapel beginning -
Mrs. Yvonne Caldwell, 7 a.m. Saturday, until fun sad
1 but loving memory of,
daughterMr. i
eral time Saturday afternoon.
'10. j, Alfred T. Oliphant III, I Survivors Include two brothers; BABY BOY ROGERS infant MAE DEAN
I ERNEST L. DAVIS grandson and sisters, Ennis and Charles; one sister son of Mrs. Pharestlne Rogersof
4f I who departed this life June 2, daughter-ln-law and Mrs. Susan Hepburn, several 444 NW 7th St. apt ((2)), died who departed from us on May
Itl 1900. grand daugtcrf nieces and nephews including May 21.Graveside. 31, 1950.
In the land beyond tomorrow great-grandson. Harold L. Francis Sr., owner of services held She is gone, but not forgotten.
rj .: There will surely be a day Francis Funeral Home. Wednesday May 27, at Paradise She leaves to mourn:
'J : When you'll once more see your Memorial cemetery. Mrs. Geneva Trotman,
f: lovone 'BEANON: H. LONDY, 4037 motherMr.

j- Who has only gone away. SW Ave., West Hollywood, died ROOSEVELT PORTER of 125 CLEVELAND JOHNSON, 50 Sydney Trotman,
.-t Gon e' but not ,forgotten. May '25. His survivors include NW 7th St. apt: (B) died !May NW 8th St., died May 27. His father

Elease Wllkerson, mother two daughters, two sons 'three 23. Funeral arrangements_ are wife, a daughter,. father 2 sisters Three sons, six sisters, two
Leonard E. Davis, father I sisters and one brother. Arrange.I incomplete; survivors Include a and three brothers survive. two brothers and a hus-
Relatives and friends I ments are incomplete. friend Dorothy Young. Arrangements are incomplete. band




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Li I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.


i Movie' Thoughts'By SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1964 l'AGE.13 !a


FRANCES JmNDgn.soN




Summer Movie Club ROLAND Your Hatter i I


Attentlonl! Clubs! Churches

Business People! Has moved from Miami Ave. \

... Here is an excellent oppor-
tunity to keep a deserving boyor
i
FOR SALENO FOR SALEBIG girl entertained this sum- TO-

CLOSING COSTS 2-bed- mer with wholesome, relax-
rooms, Florida room, -enclosed : Beer BUSINESS and Wine OPPORTUNITY Bar with- ing fun MOVIE CLUB TIC- Our other store I

front porch, garage, awnings, license ? four apartments, KETS!! Specially Selected
stove and refrigerator. Price Is o 2-bMlldings.? shows will featured
: Rental Income alone, for children Ue ATSeybold
1
$9,500, $300 down, $77 month. Over $400 per month. Sell or this summer at the ACE,
Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave lease, See 1629 NW 27th Ave. CENTER and RITZ Theatres '
PL 9-4371. Open Sundays andevenings. Call oWn r PL: 8-7417 ONLY! 122 Arcade

.
NO QUALIFYING. You can send the child of
BIG LOT In Perrine, 70x100. Beautiful 2-bedroom Like new. your choice by purchasing
CBS
Zoned business Between with SUMMER MOVIE CLUB
178 2 full bathrooms. passbooks ESTABLISHED 1934
and 179 0 n 103rd Ave. For room has Its Each bed- at $1.00 per book of 12
quick, quick sale $1,900. Call its own entrance and tickets. Each ticket admits one
Al Cooper. OX1-' 174./ Flat own tile beautiful bathroom. child to one of the special
roof, wall to wall clos-
shows this on
summer
Gy ets, large built-in summer
kitchen,
business Saturday mornings.
Call 373.5837. awning windows, etc. A bar-
gain at $12,500 and $85 month. This CLUB can only be made BEST BUYS IN TOWN \

DOWNTOWN AREA, efficiency, Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. possible if 2,000 tickets are
all utilities, $13, 1-bedroom, un PL 9-4371. Open evenings and sold by June 5. Won't you LOW DOWN PAYMENT HOMES I
furnished, $10. Call Mickins Sundays. help? nememberh there are .
Rental Agency, NE 4-0500. C-LEgNIIv'G more Ildren in the ,CBS ,3-bedroom 2 baths, Florida, room, all electric
DRY 1
Project
and Housing
Laundry Liberty Square
NO CLOSING COSTS. CBS duplex agency and alteration. Very who would welcome this op- kitchen, 2 air cond. Large lot. $13,500 total, $78

2-bedrooms each side, good terms, 4850 NW' 7th Ave. portunity. Start from there month. FHA.
tile roof, appliances. With $GOO 751-0)Sol, and you'll see unlimited possibilities .
down, you can live rent freeas to save a clfild from
the monthly payments are BEST LOCATION in Manor "summer trouble. Keep In CBS doll house, 2 bedroom, dining area, utility
only $80.75, FHA terms. Life Park. 1 block from school and mind that the 'child you save room, carpeting act fait I This won't last. Only $300
buses. 3-ttedroom, 2 bath CBS. be OWNI'CLUBS !
your
Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL may
Tile down $62 month. FHA.
roof, Fla. room, enclosed ,
9-1371. Open evenings and Sundays
front porch, CHURCHES! BUSI-
garage. Freshly
t.sJ! painted inside, and out. Price is NESS PEOPLE! This Is your ---o--
$14,000, $150 down and chance to do your fair share.
CBS 2- edroom corner beauty, month. Life Realty, 4932 NW$86 7 Make your checks for 25 50 or Duplex CBS 2 bedroom. Six years new, one side
2 Fla. rooms, FHA, $350 down Ave. PL 9-4371. Open evenings 100 tickets payable to WO- completely furnished. Florida room, large patio,
payment, $60.33 month, stove, md METCO ENTERPRISES, Inc. "
No FHA.
Sundays. $16,000 total, $600 down. closing costs
refrigerator, air condition, car- You may call FR 4-0202 for
port, CIO) N.W.' 49th St. "Open further Information. "*,"
Sunday 1-0 p.m. Fenster Real FOR RENT --oNo -
ty. PL 9-877IA>> Don't fall to contact Mr.
dlni'
1-BEDROOM Duplex, furnished, Stutblefleld at FR 4-C2G2. qualifying CBS 2 bedroom,' Florida room, ,

1850 51st Terr, :3 bedroom new paint, Manor Park area THRU SATURDAY :MAY 30 ing room, utility room carporte' tile;roof, appliances.Only .,
house, all fenced, loads of very quiet, adults only. $20 First showing of "THE $11,500. $1,000 down. "
room, a real deal, reasonable wkly. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor STRANGLER" starring Victor 1 s:
,
own ent. Call us on this nights PL 9.5533 (but don't call Buono and Robert Elsen. On ---.- '
one live by. Fenster Realty after 10 p.m.,) or days PL 12243. the same bill, the exciting *
PL 08779.SEVEML story of the ancient Mayans, $13,000 buy large 3-bedroom house plus bedroom..
DUPLEX APT., one bedroom "Kings, of T, h e Sut)'" This cottage in rear and 2 extra 1 large lots. Reasonable
GOOD 3-bedroom with a Fla. room, unfurnished, thrilling story of a lost civilization !- down payment. No qualifying., .
adults only 1238 NW 51 Terr. '
Homes VA. $100 down payment "a vividly told throughthe
we are one of the authorized Call 6332429. deft characterization of --o--
Brokers. Call us for loca- Yul Brynner and George Chara-
tions. Will be happy to drive CBS BEDROOM furnished ris. MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS
you out. ,Fenster Realty PL house, big yard. $20 wkly 3327
NW 69th St. Call Mr. Gross 4446120 -
9-8779. I I ATTENTION VETERANS! LARGE SELECTION 1
or HI 8-2824. AME, Bishop Is Ed

INVESTMENT PROPERTY: No Down Payment Homes
COTTAGE 1-bedroom, 1805%
We have a terrific deal for In
NW 76th Terr. $16 wkly. Call Waters Speakerof
vestment that will
back pay you Mr.. Gross 444-6126 or HI 82824. SHELL REALTY
almost double. 2 rental Conference
Methodist -
units plus all furnished apt. the World
CHOICE CBS 2-bedroom His
for In Oslo, Norway. episcopal
owner. Less than $1 000 1.344
426 NW 15th St. Call OX included'the
lawn, this Is a real deal. CallUs supervision 13 4260 NW'7tli' Xve. 758.5551
for information. Fenster 14 District, West Africa; I
Realty. PL 98770."MAGNIFICENT". ONE BEDROOM cottage, com- District. Kentucky and Tennessee -
pletely furnished, good sur- ; and most recently, the 3rd
Manor Park, roundings $15 per week. Applyat District, West Pennsylvania, I
1058 NW 39th St Phone NE
and West Virginia.-Hatch.
huge 3-bedrooms baths, CBS,
!:state. Corner, plus 1-toedroom! 58915. OhtOi of Monrovia College, Attention!! Attention!
house on two lots. Drive by small West Africa, the ,Charles Hill
BEAUTIFUL apartment,
1291 NW 40th St. and call Fen- Gymnasium of WHberforce
location for
nice yard, good
&tfer Realty, PL 9-8779. couple, hot and cold water, fur- churches University are, monuments and numerous to his SEE THE FABULOUS NEW
nished. $20 week. NE
per '
2-BEDROOM Cottage plus adjoInIng forte as a bMilder.
60x120 lot. Choice Ma- 5-5566. I Bishop Hatcher Is a member
nor Park location. See 1137-43 BEAUTIFUL furnished roomprivate ; of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity 'Sunshine Homes"Now
NW 46th St. Sell one or both. entrance, private and a life member of the
Owner PL 87417. wall to wall carpet, walk ain NAACP.
the Collage
closet. 1855 NW 69th St. The constituency of
Open For Public Display
CORNER 3-BEDROOM CBS welcome this eminent clergyman -

freshly painted, large enclosed FURNISHED and unfurnished and educator Into our

front porch, appliances, sepa- apts. Call Fenster Realty. PL midst. Dr. William B. Stewart, Sun. From 1 to 6 P.M.
rate garage. A bargain at $9,200 98779. EWC President, and the College -
$300 down and $W month..Don't will officially welcome
miss this! Life Realty J1f932 NW WANTED Bishop Hatcher and his familyat These new homes have everything you
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open evenIngs BOOT BLACK, experienced inquire a reception, June 1, at 6:30: '
and Sundays < at Playboy Barber Shop p.m., In the College Library. want, Mr. and Mrs. (Home Buyer. ,See
SQOO Biscayne Blvd. Alumni, ministers, and friendsare
.,i IBEDROOMS 2-full CBS invited. them!
.separate dining bath$1 lovely REGISTERED NURSE, also Bishop Hatcher will also Introduce .
kitchen, Fla., room, carpeted, Business School Graduate, coming the Commencement
fence large wash house and to Fla., for June, July, August speaker, Dr. William H. Dennis, Location of these new homes: '
workshop well and sprinkler. desires employment as Jr., President of Albany State I
Real value at $14,500. Total nurse and or private secretary. Ga.
College, Albany,
bank of FHA terms. Phone ,A. Desires to live in, If. possible.
Ben-Kori, Realtor, nights PL Write Box ((2) 6740 NW 15th Dr. Dennis Is an educator of 1112 N.W. 37 Street
been trained at .
.
:9-5533, day PL 12243. Ave., Miami, Fla. note Morehouse, having College, Atlanta

'$68 MONTH pays all. CBS, bar- NICE ROOM, men preferred. University, New York Univer
'(gain. Fla. room, oak floors car $8 and up. 1817 NW 5th St. city, and Indiana University.
porte, big yard, very nice home, He Is listed in Who's Who In 5221 N.W. 5th Ave.
just $250., $10,000 total FHA Colored America, Dlstlngushed -
terms. Phone A. Ben-Kori Realtor Dugie's Guest HouseThe Georgians, Who's Who In the
"'nights PL 9-5533, days PL South and Southwest, Presi-
12243. house of unusual room dents of Colleges and Universities :

Open 24 hours NE 4-3851 and Who's Who In 3041 N.W. 69th err.:
$100 down, nice and clean 2- America.
and 3 bedroom CBS, approxi- Seeing is BelievingSee Bishop Hatcher has announced BY
mately $60 month, $10,000 and the meetings of the follow EXCLUSIVE
up, must qualify, new area NW us for clean room ing groups: The Board of Man-
far out; real good buy. PhoneA. agement-2 p.m. June 1,: Presi News Realty Inc.
Ben-Kori, Realtor nights PL Jamaica DUI always a ding Council and District Planning _
0-5533, days PL 12243. Meeting for the August
friend \ PL 4-0655
NW 7th Ave.
State Meeting and the Fall An- 4740
GAS STOVE apartment size 2941 NW 47th St., Miami! nual Conference-7:30 p.m. June ...
also family size, 1545 NW 68th. 11.
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THE MIAMI TIMES- MIAMI FLA. LEGAL NOTICEComptroller
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PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MAy!/ 30, 1964 of the ,.,,.w --- OUEEN
HEAVY
Currency DUTY

MAYS NEWS BTW NEWS TREASURY ,. WRINGER

Ginger Givens, a sophomore, "Senior Showcase of Stars" WASHER ,,
has been accepted by the Na- was sponsored by the Senior DEPARTMENT OF HEAVY
tional Science Foundation to Class May 27. This featured talent UNITED STATES DUTY

participate In a six weeksummer Including Diane Reeves, to to AUTO 79-95 _.....,.
training program at Vir- Johnny and the Delphites, Washington, D. C.
ginia State College. The pro- Mary Hylor. William Green was and up
gram begins in June emcee for the occasion. WHEREAS, satisfactory, evi- I $189.95
dence has been presented to ( _
Ginger Is among the distin- Seniors attended the Mass I the Comptroller of the Currency Also Rebuilt Washers
guished few, because the pupils Breakfast May 27. Awards day that "Lincoln Nation Bankof and up
who are normally chosen are was held May 28. Awards in Miami," located Miami
seniors. All scholastic achievement, service of Florida has All makes
the juniors and State complied 11 $69.95 up
students are chosen on the and leadership were presented with all provisions of the "a 1
basis of their high abilities in to over 500 students. Citizen- statutes of the United States EASY CREDIT TERMS
science and math. ship and perfect attendance a- required to be compiled with
ward were also given. before being authorized to com REBUILT WASHERSOF
Annual Commencement Ex. mence the business of bankingas
t ercises will begin with Com- a National Banking Association OPA-LOCKA, Inc. MU 5-1504

mencement Sermon May 31 ; 1290 AH Baba Avenue Opa-locka Fla.
June fifth will mark the final NOW THEREFORE, There- ,
commencement exercise. The by certify that the above-
theme for the occasion will be named association is authorized -

"Our American Heritage." to commence the business of __ .. _, 4
Alumni Day will be held at banking as a National Banking
1:30: p.m. June 2. Association.
IN TESTIMONY''WHEREOF,
.All final exams will be given witness my signature and seal Lincoln Fields Apartments
.
fYpp June 345. After taking exam! of office this 16th day of April,
5"Y nations, students will be permitted
I t to leave school. All students 1964.JAMES J. SAXON 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
7.11 are requested to bring self. Comptroller of the
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addressed stampted envelopesfor Currency
their report cards to be Charter No. 15307
mailed following.the end of the June 20 Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments

I ''ffJ 1/ school year. No pupil is expected """- ....... Offering Many Feature
.. -- """
I A;' t' ," to come to school for report
('f'1 ., FREE GAS
.-1 ';;, .;x. cards. Willie Lourene
:' > f Parents are urged to assist Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove
N- .'" .,t !
: : 'f t:.\'1ii will avoid the annual after Newly Painted Venetian Blinds
\ .l. tt ::1l school activities following the Repair ShopRADIOS Washing Machine Laundry Rooms
I The Mays High PTA Is spon end of the school year.
Free Auto hot
soring an appreciation program AND HIFI'SAND Parking water reater
May 29, in the school auditor- Congratulations are in order Free Garbage Disposal Filtered water
ium at 8 p.m., honoring Mrs for the ten top scholars In the YOUR FAVORITE
l Eunice M. Tanner Senior Class according to scho
who
is
,
now RECORDS CARETAKERS ON PREMISES
retired and who served for along lastic rank honors go to Michael
period as the dean of girls. Abrams: Earnestine Platt, Jo- 5001 NW 22nd Ave. .
Ann McMillan Gladstone Hunter
The former -
chairman of the
guidance department served William Green, Margaret Free pick up and delivery
as
an educator for 38 Miller, Emma Crockett, Ver- Weekly Rates
years. Service Calls $1.50
nonia Washington, Barbara Da-
Mrs. M. Louise Culver Is vis, Rudolf Orjuna. Phone: $14.50 1-bedVoom' $18.50 2-bedroom Apt.
chairman of the Steering Committee .
for the program and Mrs Seniors the honored their parentsat 6349484 or 634.9672 I Renting Office open every day Phone OX 1-8862
Lucy Matthews is chairman of Appreciation Tea May
24. Memorial Day will be held I ..____________.... I i1'Q' .... .. _........ :IIOo."" ... ... .....
the program committee. May 29. Members of the Senate -
,. The public is invited. held their annual picnic
., May 23, at Virginia Beach. 100
Since the close of the first students attended the outing For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call

semester to the present .date Inzor Kelly and Matilda Bailey
many outstanding awards, and accompanied Mesdames Dorothy
scholarships have been receivedby Harris and Hazel L. Grant dur
students and teachers. ing the Home Economics Career
Conference held at the Dupont
This, as one teacher put It, Plaza Hotel. They reported an BONDED
" "Is the reward that one receivesas Informative and enjoyable ses- r w
a small token for the work sion. Congratulations to Qwendo
\ that has been done." Upon reflecting 1 Shelley who was crowned
o a moment the teacher Prom Queen during the annual RENTAL
f" must, on second thought.' I junior-senior prom May 15.

t i do not feel that for pleasurable Beth Dean, reporter.
benefits that are received for
I- what one does or has done cant' "The Whole Town'sTalking"
be called work." AGENCY INC.
at NHSTo ,
Last week, the awards were
; still coming in.FordFuture. culminate a successful
s
t Scientists of year of playmaking, Thespaln
4 The largest collection and rental
America Awards went to Mil Troupe 1880 of Miami North-
dred Hall, a freshman, a silver western is spearheading thE!

plaque-and went to Gloria a Allen school, a sopho-award Whole May 28 Town's production Talking"of "The The agency in the South; operating in

more. Honorable Mention to play, co-sponsored by the Jun
Lewanza Lassiter, a sophomoreand for Class, is a farce in three Dade and Broward Counties'
Honorable Mention to Clarence act by John Emerson and Anita
Martin Loos. The purpose of the Joint
a senior.
sponsorship Is to alleviate some Negro Housing areat.
HON. L. L. BROOKS
"The purpose of the awards
of the expenses the Junior class
program Is to help the class- will incur next year as seniors. President
room teacher to provide for stu.
dent activities which resemble Helen Mitchell stars as GEORGE. HARTIf, General Manager
those of practicing scientists "Ethel Simmons" a young col
; The program attempts to illustrate lege graduate who craves men MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
to students the nature of of the world who have "sown HOUSING UNITS
\.. the scientific enterprise by en. their wild oats". Her attentions 10,000
;,' couraging them to engage in shift from "Roger Shields, Bonded also has employment service at main office
d scientific experimentation, report (Charles Sweeting) a young
their results, and submit Chicago Blood who spells 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA
,'i these reports for possible re- French to "Chester Binney
cognition' acording to a Ford- (Arthur Humes), a homely, definitely full time public relations Dept. to assist l yon in solving y far problems
I Future Scientists of America uninteresting Junior Plus a fleet of cars giving door to door service for tenants convenience

I ..' Awards bulletin. Henry partner,Simmons after (her Herman father, Oa nights and Sundays for emergency service call PL 9-8733

Holmes Elem. News Sands) adds to Chester's"charm" MAIN OFFICE
4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
t i ATTENTION ALL PARENTS 1 PL 9-8733

We are still registering children The stage is set; the camerasare Vandalism done by a few Is expensive to alL Please help us stop this
for Preschool Summer ready to roll. Laugh at the
unnecessary evil C. A. Lockhart
School. If your child will be antics of Mr. Simmons and en Public Relations Director
six years old on or before Jan. joy the bewilderment
'1,:.1065, ,please register him now ter, Thursday night, 8 p m.. MIami 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

for six weeks of summer school Northwestern Auditorium. 1163 N.W. 3rd Ave. ............ FR 3-8416* 17325 Homestead :Ave.
June 15 Tickets may be secured from
July which 24 starts, 1964. and ends any Junior or at the door. Ad- 1875 N.W. 62nd 8t. -._.-... OX 6-2467 Perrine ..._....................... CE 4353

Remember, there is no chargefor mission is 55c. 3801 Grand Ave. ....._... HI 5-1181. 1019 Hammondville Bd.
child for -' ... .
summerschool. WE I-aIII
your 4240 N.tb Ave. Pompano N."- --
All you need do Is bring N.NID W466. .. N.W. 2Dct ATe.O26 .

but hi* do birth*.it, now,certificate! I I with you A Claulfled Ad Will Pay N.W. 75th fit. --........... 690-4322 OM-loeb ..__-....-..-....._ MU S-4M17

Mrs. Thena C Crowder, Off in Big Dividends 2060 N. W. 3rd ( .. ....... FR 1-5905
principal.'

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PAGE 16 SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1964 ra ss 1 Meeting Tuesday
People
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_______ __ _________ _
r A mass meeting for homeowners
Places. tenants and all persons .,
IS Wfo are ill the! path Of the

expressway or the Urbart Ite-
Spearing Things. newal areas will be held on
Tuesday.

_.
a.r _:n..ta - -a-ssr a y' s-s-stm I This meeting is being calledin

his high hand only to lose your interest. It Is of vital
With WE WERE beginning to king ; .
Sports think that the days of Mr Bil! some 170,000 voters. Burns had! Importance to you that you attend
and get some of the information -
and powerful kibitzers. -
-bo and Messrs. Herman and aces, some
By HARRY SPEAK Gene Talmad&e were going out and answers that
of style like long drawers. We doff our hats to the so- you did not get in other meetrings
called "social mayor" of Miami! you attended.
Those public office holdersof This meeting Is not being
A GREAT SPORTSMAN: a day ''gone by were success "Why pay rent and collect called ,by Urban Renewal, State
ful campaigners by preaching rent receipt for 1 or 2 bed- Road Dept., Public Housing or
PHILIP J. BERNSTEIN now hatred for the Negro and rooms when you can own a 3 Free Enterprise.. No admission.No .
living In Miami. was born in swearing to keep "the niggers"in or 4 bedroom home for the fund raising, no politicking,
New York City at 55 Orchard their place. That was the same amount or less!" strictly your business. Time of
St. on Sept. 1, 1891, and he had most important issue at hand! That's what the brochuresaid meeting: 8 p.m. Tuesd
quite an experience In the r The devil, take the economic when Dave Bondu gave us 2, at 4120 NW 7th Ave. Upstairs.
industrial educational
sports field.Incidentally. or plightof one! Dave, a former Miami Plenty of free parking space.
I he Is a memberof their states. Keeping the Ne Times Columnist, entertainer, Come on time, leave on time.
: the Grand Street Boys Association gro from the polls and in a TV personality and sports enthusiasts -
of which his father segregated society was. the, employed by Rich-
Famu Class of 54 j
1 was one of the founders along main objective. mond Homes at Richmond

with Judge Jonah Goldstein. Our recent election of a gub- Heights In the capacity of public Members of the graduatingclass
He was the first man to ernatorial candidate to relations representative.He of '54 will meet Monday
form a baseball team in the the Republican candidate oppose in urges prospective buyers of June 1, 8 p.m., at the home of
City of New York for P.S. 77 November smacked of this"oldtimey" homes to contact him, although Mrs. Bernice Johnson, 1440 N
and formed the first Interstate method of cam- he is not a salesman, W 56th St.
baseball league in 1904. paigning. Mayor Haydon Burns he can help you In deciding on This will be the last meeting
At the age of 14 years he didn't come outright and fol- a very nice home for as low as before the Class Reunion.
conferred with Clark Griffith. PHILLIP J. BERNSTEINno low the lines of those old tim- $;)5,month. .1 Please attend.
who was manager of the New '
l ers, but were he in Misslssip- ,-
York Highlanders and asked when he defended against pi or Louisiana campaigninghis
to have the Little
permission GREGORIO PERALTA and
speeches would have been
School League play a preliminary CARLOS ORTIZ who success- worded differently.We EDISON SPECIALSThese
game at the main event fully defeneded his diadem
:' every Saturday afternoon. He against Kenny Lane! were sorry that the
II arranged for the club's attor- Incidentally while Lou Is NAACP, 'a non-political, non- two open Saturday and Sunday Afternoon
ney, Mr. Hill to meet with the kept busy with his training profit organization, got entangled
school's principal, Norman El- chores, he finds time to belt In this election causing to 442 NW 46th Street
berfeld, Jack ChesWrow, Wee out an informative, well known my notion, a race issue out of ,
Willie Keeler, Hal Chase, Do-' boxing magazine distributed the whole mess! 3-3-bedroom CBS. Corner, tile roof, fenced rear yard,
gherty and was a (great friend column on boxing which ap- However the Interst createdIn $350 down. FHA. Dining room, all rooms large.
of EVers (from Chance to' TInker pears In and around the coun- this election for a guberna-
to Evers) and a great 564 NW 45th StreetCBS
t II try, uI feree. torial candidate was so Intense!!
I friend of the Giant's second that the apathetic Negro voters
Fla. tHe roof $300 down FHA $75 Mo.
room ,
baseman, Andy Cohen, and PAN\ RESULTS were drawn from their cocoons ,
has been an American League and Into the polling booths. A
l baseball fan since its adoption. Sammy Burgess, 144, of Miami healthy sign for things to come! No closing cost, lovely street
He contributed to sports always Beach scored a split deci-
and he was instrumental sion Monday night over Cas- ,Mayor. High reminds ua of Drive by the following then call us
in bringing over Tommy sius Ford of. Jacksonville in Fiorello La Guardia, "The
Farr, Walter Neusel, Erik the main event at Pan American Little Flower" of New York I 549 NW 47th TerraceCBS
Seeling, Paul Damsky (his arena. City who had dared buck City '
4-beclroom Fla. $250
cousin) who was manager of In a scheduled six-rounder Hall and became one of the room, garage, carport.
the Sports Palace in Berlhi, Porter Rolle, 148, of Miami mayors of Manhattan. down., $76.80 month, FHA.
Germany, Just before the Hitlerera knocked out Harry Thompson, greatest statue, as is Mayor
and Max Schmeling and 146, Miami in the second High, he was a bundle of energy 1090 NW 39th Street

Gunner Barlund. He also was Bobby Marie decisioned George and sincere honesty "goneto 4-bedroom, 2-bath, corner, parage plus extra lot.
instrumental in sending Buddy Sawyer In a welterweight six- bed." This is also true of our
and Max Baer and Bob Olin to rounder. Rommie George, 167, "little King High" who bet $250 down, FHA. ,
I Europe thru financing these decisioned Jesse Murphy 171 530 NW 49th Street \
trips thru his cousin, Paul and Charlie Skoch/129, TKO'cfJim
Dansky. He could go on and Carroll 131, in the second Special Notice CBS, tile roof, screened Fla. porch, FHA terms.
on telling you the things he performed round of a scheduled four.
445 'NW 45th StreetCBS
and helped) to performin All graduates of Sunlight

the sports world. TOMMY ROSS, who worked Beauty School are asked to meet corner, no qualifying, $88 month pays all.
Incidentally, in his boyhood at the school 1113 NW 3rd Ave.
days he was Captain of the with two great fighters years Monday, June 1, 12 noon. 541 NW 49th Street i
Zuaffs in his public school back. TIPPY LARKIN and, It Is, Important that all ex- CBS Fla. No qualifying $78 month
days at P.S. 77 and carried the former'wetterweltght... champ graduates attend this meeting. room, garage.
American flag thru assembly RED COCHRAN, now handlinga Thank you, pays ajll.'
for three years in which' h e good looking prospect in
Mr. D. A. Julius
ARTIE KAUFFMAN 5101 NW 8th AvenueFor
entire assembly would salute a welter.

>. and pledge allegiance each weight. the professional man, gorgeous CBS corner duplex
morning.Philip. All CriterionsYes
I 2 bedrooms each side.
J. Bernstein became ,
\ J; the founder and chairman of LEVI Negro FORTE heavyweightis a hard all members of the class

> : the board of one of the great- punching working hard for a fight herein Of 1054 from Dorsey High EDISON REALTORS

,; est companies in America, the the near future, I look for School, are aSked to meet at the
National Silver Co, and presi YMCA 'on the corner of 15th
Levi to give a good account of 175 N.W. 62nd 751-2441
St.
" dent of F. B.
Rogers Sliver Co. himself one .of..these days. Ave and 58th St. Saturday, May
Incidentally, 'in questioning 30,, 5 pjn. Business of vital importance
PJB about the greatest baseball: LENNY McMIULEN who ,,',will be discussed.:
players and boxers: he named
the following in baseball: has STORMY WINTERS has a
Rube Waddell, Davey Fultz, good looking heavyweight in
Harry Bay, Ty Cobb, Delahanty. Robert Mullee. If he shows
Babe Ruth, Christopher anything like Story, then Len- 'Maine
<-Mat ,.wson, Clark Griffith, ny has a good prospect. Building

John others.In McGraw and numerous
CARL BERNADO, former

J.Bob. Corbett Fitzslmons boxing, James he named J. Jeffries James; years national ago,intercollegiate fought I for the champ Uni- ',,..; CORPORATION"
Jack
Dempsey, ,
" Jack versity of Miami and in the
I Johnson and Sam Lang- Marine, was a great supporterof ir
,> ford, the Boston Tar Baby who elected Judge Don Stone. tt' HAS THE HOME FOR :YOU '

was blind. fighting when he was Carl asked! me to thank all the .. ,,,.'p''
\ election.people who helped him in this Live in West 'Hollywood ''- '' ', ":". :'

POP RYAN, vacationing here.
t i was at the Miami Beach audi Just minutes From Miami on X-ways < A,,1'
torium taking in the show. MAC GOODMAN who is one ;' ;: "
Pop was a great fight promoter of the busiest handlers of Get More Home For Less', ."',J ,1 I '".
,fit. and manager in the good fighters around here is hay .. L, .; J i,&'
old days. What a difference then ing a headache ,getting matchesfor Lower Taxes, Lower Insurance Rates ,: ,")" *,' 1j f
: when they had all kinds of his pride and Joy, GRADY -
competition and the amount of PONDER. The kid is a fine Close to Good Schools and Shopping
prospect, and have to
1 clubs that were may
e says times have really changeSeen gamble with more experienced Bank Financing?
opponents to keep in action.

working out at a local ill We Also Have Apartments to Rent
I !gym: Is big MIKE De JOHN. There be boxing Satur-
I Mike, ,was a real threat to day ntght, May 30, instead of VISIT OUR MODEL '
Friday. The Sun leaves
Orange
heavyweight honors '
couple ofyears
a
i, Pier 3 on Oth St., and Biscayne \
f DeJohn won't
.ago. admittv '
but can he ,MB trainng'for Bvld., at 8:45: p.m., and will return 5724 Pembroke Rd./W.'
Hollywood
a'"comeback? at 2 a.m. There will be
t star bouts.
f 1; four Open 9 5 '
Here is, one ,for the books, MIAMI MARLINS'' GAMES to Daily ./
veteran tralner-LOU,: GROSS, 4 .
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may have 'come'up with. a new May 29, Friday Lakeland Immediate Delivery! Call. Now! .
A kind: of record.,,'Lou worked May 30, Saturday Lakeland -
,with three world, champions. In May 31, Sunday ....'Tampa !t: Phone 9456191r
aperiod of 40 days., Cassia.. June 1 Monday Tampa :: \

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