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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 6, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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).
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FORA MUTANTUR ET NO6 MUTAMUU IN ILJJ8 .,.
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SATURDAY JUNE 6 1964 16 PAGES 10 CENTS
41st YEAR No. 39 MIAMI, FLORIDA, ,



I 3900 IN INTEGRATED SCHOOLSMore Dade ;[Teachers Push For i'1 I




schools In the county as of Some students who now go ,1
Schools To Senior High, National
June made 11 of, 1003.additions) No mention this year.was will to Northwestern go to Miami Jackson and Integration ,j jA

Mix :In SeptemberIt Six secondary and 19 ele Miami Ed1.solSenior High I
mentary schools have Integrated Schools. Those who live with- drive was launched The local group will join the i iI,

was revealed Tuesday by faculties. Almost all of the in two miles of Gulfstream Ele- Tuesday by Dade's Classroom Oregon Education Association

school officials that 25 Dade .schools involved previously mentary will no longer be Teachers Association to get the I. In bringing the Issue before J
public schools have racially Integrated had all-Negro faculties and transported to Pine Villa Ele- National Education Association the national body. .
faculties, and that still have all-Negro or predom- .mentary. -I'
about one-tenth of the Negro inantly Negro student bodies. to take a firmer stand on racial -
students who
students of the county attend Mention was not made, of the Twenty-elx bus to Integration. of affiliated
have been carried by
desegregated schools. number of whites working in JRE Lee Elementary will go to state end local teachers organ- Miami Beach High,
these
Among many others these schools. Vineland, and 14 izations. '
facts were brought out In a report integrated
This fall more Negroes will who have been transported to Graduate.
on school desegregation attend Integrated schools with It has asked that the NEA
prepared at the request of the Carver Junior High will go
the cancellation of bus trans convention, meeting in Seattle
Metro Community Relations Glades
either to Palmetto or
Board's education committee.The portatlon for them to all-Negro June 2&-July 4, to adopt a
report, compiled by .schools. Junior High. resolution urging all affiliated

members of Supt. Joe Hall's groups "to open their membership

is the first of Its kind x doors to all teachers regardless '
staffl shed by the school sys- IW1.>" '- 1D+ of race, color or creed;' !
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but did not all the ., .;. '
tem, supply .
I. ''( It further proposed that assoclations -
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details CRD wanted.
An education committee I :.: that do not make;
I j't steps to comply with this rcn
his memberswere
spokesman said .
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"' :. ,. < quest by 1065 "shall be In
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the : ; :
"pleased with progress" .i ,
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;'' danger of Waving their NEA
reflected in the .
report,
_. \affiliation withdrawn" {t,
but had hoped for more detail ;' I ,

ed information.The f"'t'I" .; .-.-+--.,,,-, -. CTA' executive secretary,' ,i fttt
committee, he said will, .. l i
qj.r Pat L. Tornllla Jr., said the r ..1f'.j
probably ask Hall for a school- -. "- J It '\f: il
i resolution the (
was adopted
by ; 't",1'" .
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by-school breakdown on how 1 .1
Negroes and whites are : ;executive board of the assoc .........,$ 'fI'., fi
many iation and mailed to the NEA .. fi \!
employed and enrolled. ...t..: II 1 I\h. .
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The current report shows I ,,Resolution sideratlon.Committee .....,.',,,*' \. \ fl|
that of the estimated 40,000 ;; ;

Negro students in Dade, 3,000or Should that committee reject y4f :

roughly 10 percent all-white are attending it, he said, the Dade delegates I' :1i i

schools. formerly' / ,will propose it again, first at I
; I the committee's open hearing, ,I
There were 42 integrated -I;; ,then to the delegate assembly I I Miss Lucille E. Lawson, 5369 j

:: Th NEA handbook, said Tor- Collins Aver:, Miami Beach
Owners Promised : nlllo lists states from Miami Beach
10 with eepa- graduates School on June 0.

Lower Taxes For t. :; rate' white and Negro teacher Lucille is the niece, of Mr. and .
-- 'organizations '- Alabama, Ark Mrs. Fred Davis, residents of f..,

Lower Rents Winner of the WTVJ Frank motion,, manager of WTVJ, ansas, Georgia, Louisiana,: MIs- Miami, I3each! for several years., .

Wilcox Memorial Award for ,which presents the award annually sissippi, North Carolina, South Miss Lawson says her senior
Private owners of new apart in of Wilcox, a
outstanding performance memory Carolina Beach will always
the most Tennessee, Texas year at High
ment buildings were informallytold In the Sunshine lllays young announcer and Jaycee; iVlrgl v i .-'- ** ... hold sweet memories of the
the
Dade
Monday by that last week Is Harrey Nairn, who died suddenly in 1000 kindness and thoughtfulness .

Urban lower taxes Renewal would Agency be soughtfor right, a junior at Northwestern Nairn won both the low and Florida still falls in that shown her from her principal, .
Presenting the teachers a
School. her dear
High Mr. Moore ,
them and that they would award Is George Vlckery proMiamian ;high hurdle in record time. category technically, he said, i and friendly{ student body.
be required to charge low but the Florida Education As-
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rents. sociation dropped racial bars She will leave on June 25 for

The apartments would' be at Its annual convention at. Mi. Los Angeles, Calif where she
financed under a new federal will continue her education.
program designed to entice ami Beach in, April. CTA was Miss Lawson's ambition reg..

more private investment capi- Dw ,integrated a year ago. istered nurse.
tal into the low rent\ housing ...

field. .
Six percent profits would be
''r Railroad Man
allowed, in return for govern- A<41 9 ef Unemployed

ment-backed, long-term mortgages -.. ,
on nearly all of the prin I
cipal. Collects $3,039 Twin Double;

Ronald Fine, agency chair-
man, said a state law passed
2 Maids
last year may' make lower Win $1 1,185

taxes possible for the housing
'units, based on a fixed-Income. First twin double ticket in l Ave and her sister Mrs. Eloise ,
formula. Florida greyhound racing history Robinson of 217 Grand Drive, '

Ways of finding cheap,. decent 1k was cashed at Flagter' on Coconut Grove. The combination t' ,
housing for .Miami ,resi- opening night by a man who was 7-4-4-i.
dents who will be' dislocatedby really needed the money. .
With the twin double as a
the Downtown Interchange He Reuben I Jefferson of
was popular new attraction, Flagler
and by relevelopment of slum I Went Palm Beach, who declare l la off to what promises to be
neighborhoods in Central :Miami ed he'd been out of steady work the greatest season in the

were discussed, by Urban I' tJ% for more than a year. track's history. The opening I
leaders with theregion's f
Renewal
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His reward In a ''3-8-1-6 was the second: biggest Flagler

director, ,Billy Wl soar. 1 i Patricia deLorres Worthy, combination was. a fat $3,03ft-. has ever had and attendance i
Receives 40. topped the'10,000 mark on threeof
3 Teachers To valedictorian of the Class of It was the climax of an alt:* the first five; nl ghts.I .
Assistantship At 1060 at Booker '1'. Washington, 'round lucky day for Reuben..;
Retire June 10 her B.S. degree in Education !
Kansas UniversityMiss received, Earlier lie had received a
on May 25, at Knoxville -
telephone call from St. Paul,
The Dade School Board Beralce Williams, Her majorIn
Sarah College, Tenn. ?
Minn advising that he had
a
will honor 100 employeeswh o April, graduate of Florida A college was English with a I
job with a railroad in thatcity.
are retiring this year' with and to University, has been minor In Spanish.On Jefferson came down for the
June 10 ,
ceremonies on assistant-
special granted a part-time
the school board of' Zoology June 12, the lO-year-olc Flagler opening with a coupleof
at 3 p.m.in ship In the Department relatives. He said he "wentbusted"
Llndsey Hopkins ol Kansas will leave for Albu-
auditorium, at the. University, Patricia
BuUd1 g. The public Is Invited. Lawrence, l,an., to work querque, New Mexico where the numbers In the 3-0.early races, on. -t,
Mrs Lyle M. Roberta, board for her doctoral degree.A she will enter the training pro
chairman, and Dr. Joe Hall, biology major'; at FAMU gram for the Peace Corps :Upon "I borrowed two bucks 'to
superintendent of public graduated succssful completion of a 3-8 ticket on' the first
Miss Williams was half
schools, will present each "with greater distinction," receiving training activities, die will of. ,the twin double and
with fram- Start- Brazil a Peace after Jt came in, I picked theone'end
retiring employee,. a the B. S. degree. travel to as YIYI
of appreciation the Uni- two-year eight In the next two
ed resolution Ing In September at Corps volunteer for a
which' Indicate the years of versity of Kansas she will re period. races: because they were "dogs
of service the retiree has rendered ceive $2,000 for nine months as I knew- from" Palm Beach,, he
to the boys and' girls 'of I a half-time' assistant In the The commencement exercises added.

Dade County. Zoology Dept ; according to were attended by her Two ,school maids cashed i
Retiring .teachers! 'are: LillianS. notification received from ,A. B. mother, Mrs. Inez Cheeks, her a ticket good for $11,185 Wednesday I

Mazon, George W. Carver Leonard China.. Mist Williams,, grandmother, Mrs. Inez Wor- night:Jn the second biggest .
Elementary; Miss Georgia ,Mc- who aspires' to become a physician thy and her sister, Judith. 'payoff/,Jet 'at Flagler.

Mahon, JRE Lee Elementary. ; is the daughter of Mr. Is member of ,Delta The happy winners were
Emma McBride Williams, Miami and Mrs.. Lewis t C. Williams, Patricia Theta a Sorority. Minnie Lee Smith, 137 Florida Reuben collects the loot ?
Northwestern. 217q<} NW 64th St. Sigma

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. I purposes, Chairman Edwin L.

PAGE 2 SATURDAY:, JUNE 6, 1964 Real. Estate News Service Again] Mason said today.

And Views Telephone services, discontinued Service was cut off in JUn 1

By SONNY WRIGHT three years ago for viola 1961, at the request Of the At

Real Estate Broker tion of state gambling laws, tortiey' General But there
Registered will be reinstalled for a Miami were no objections to lifting'

-..-..-...-...-..-.------"- .... small loan firm. the t a public
Lenny's Cash and Credit, Inc., Hearing in Miami, Mason said
"Why Not Buy A VA 901 N.W. Second Ave., Miami, He and' Commissioners ,Jerry

Home" '? ? won Public Utilities Commis-; W. Carter and Wilbur C. King
sion approval of Its appeal for I voted to end the phone black-
A lot of people have been ask phone service ,by promising out.
ing about the VA resale homes
that the various real estate com
CREDIT THIS to Marie An' the home of Mrs. Emma Lou panics are advertising for $100
derson, Miami Herald but do,1- Ward, 1505 NW 68th St on down. Most people just cannot
:give it some thought: "It: Sunday, June 14 from 5 to 8:30: believe that a good house can. Your HatterHas
wouldn't be so hard for us to p.m. Mrs. B. Louis is president.CONGRATULATIONS be bought for that kind of a ROLAND
live together If more of us said and down payment. Unless it is a 1:
?' instead of 'Can .I i I
'Can I help best wishes in order for VA resale home.I .
are
sue?" I and his bride the would say that they are
Henry Young ) moved from Miami Ave.
Get well wishes to Kathleen former Jewel White. The right. However, If it is a VA resale ,
be .
home the buyer can C
at Youngs were married duringthe
Cooper Edwards wno pres-
commencement weekend at, absoultely sure that he is get:
but ( TO
ent in Mt. Sinai Hospital, -
ting a very 'good deal, for the
ere you read this may be at Hampton.
that the Veterans
simple reason
home. FLOYD "Ike" ADDKRLY and Administration's property man Our other storeAT
Mrs. HATTIE IIOBNB, brother Alvin are down from agement department at this time
mother of Mrs. Tommie Lee- Washington, D. C. where they find themselves with a surplusof
Home Douglas is at home In are employed in the electronicsfield. homes that have been turn -
Pompano Beach, convalescingafter The Adderleys are hereto ed back to them.
: a two-month illness at attend the funeral of their These houses are located all
Broward General Hospital. aunt, Mrs Elolss Butler Rey- over the county. However, there 122 ArcadeESTABLISHED
Friends are happy to see her nolds of Key West who died last are very few located in the immediate Seybold
on the road to recoveryON week in the Island City area. These houses can

be sold by any registered real
INVITATIONS are In. the
TUESDAY Alumni Day 1934
The
estate broker or salesman.
mall for the
wedding
Booker T. receptionof
celebrated at
was
VA sends out a list periodicallyto
Mrs. Gwendolyn Julius Bul-
Washington. Among the speakers
broker, showing the
Father Theadore R. lard and Norman Hannah. every
Gibson.were Mrs. Carolyn Bain Miller Gwendolyn Is the daughter new listings (houses that are NOW RUNNING
and Helen Dorsett. The Mr. and Mrs. David A. Julius. for sales). These homes are
I iC1YEST very good bargains because the
J. Pieze Scholarship
Elliott
CLUB English 1 down payment Is the same for
Award was won of by the Michael Achievement Award was pre- each house ($100)) regardless of
Abraham. Parents
year sented to Leslie Bridges. Leslie the total selling price, and the
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest
were i is a senior at Miami North monthly payments are very
Reeves Sr and Mr. and Mrs.
western. reasonable (some as low as $GO.
I
Theodore Roach.CONGRATULATIONS. 00 per month.) ,' POST TIME
to Em- Mrs. JUANITA DOLES CA- Naturally there is variety, In filOO PM.
melt Williams for earning the SON this week flew to In from California I so far as the designs and the oI
be
at
"Big C" for manager of the Miami her the bedsideof numUer: of bedrooms (they
Central High, School Sinai ailing father in Mt range from 2-bedrooms, 1-bath
Rocketts. The Rocketts are Hospital. I I to as many as edrooms> .

outstanding: basketball playersof mrMARGUERITE :MATTHEWS 2-baths).
Central High. Emmett is the, and Mrs. India Wyche Anyone that Is not familiar
son of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett attended the funeral of their with the VA program might be
(Ruth) Williams of 5301 NW sLster-in-law, Mrs. Fred Aran- Inclined to think that this is
31st Ave. ha In Washington, D. C. too good to be true and there '7A. N.H..'. OrerM..d
must be a catch to all of this.
1IILLICENTVIIJ80N and MRS. SPERO P. COKING returned But it is true and there is no
Fran Jollivette Chambers en- home after having had catch to it, the only require

Joyed their daughters"quickie, Venda visits"Rel with and a commencement wonderful trip exercises attending and the ment(the is qualifications the buyer must are qualify similarto NOW! a Xy; TWIN DOUBLE

Gina before they left to attend graduation
of her
granddaugh- the FHA program), and thisIs $80,000 International
school. ter
summer Gracfta
Prather
Romayne
really not difficult for someone
BA8ILKUS Aurora Crawford bert from, Ga.IOTA Henderson. High In Cuth- with good credit and a Classic Open Saturday
entertained the past basi- steady Job. Anyone can buy a Gates open 6 p.m.

leus of Gamma Zeta Omega Pin PMBDA'S Emerald these homes, veterans and non-
with a luncheon at her home Ball last Friday at veterans also.
last Saturday. the Beautiful: Starlight Room in
,the Biscayne Terrace Hotel REAL ESTATE DEFINITION: }
ALPHONSO LEO ADDERLY one of the best The was Lien: The right to satisfy a debton
receives his law degree from bautifuJly attired in sorors ball length were a specific property given to
Howard this week. His 'Emerald Green dresses creditor by agreement of deb-
mother, Elaine and wife, Mer- their guests were given and tor or by operation of law.
celle, will attend the gradua- stones as souvenirs. All emerald guests Question:'What Is the Interest

tion exercises. are looking forward to the .rates on FHA mortages?
CARL TURNQUEST and Mint JuUp that is being Answer: The Interest rate on
William Poltier (Bill, brotherof ned by the sorority Plan-I FHA mortages Is 5V4 per cent.
Question: What is Section 221?
Joseph) were here for their DEN
class reunion class of '44 member BRICE, well known Answer: Section 221 is a mortgage
Carl and Bill are of New York of the local Ic1zah insurance program of the

City alo glwith wife Annie Federal Goverment under a .
his
,have Mae section of the National ,
CAPTAIN NORMAN CAREYof made their annual lousing
return Act to help private
the U. S. Army, who has Stamford trip to Cold /spring Farm Inn industry provide low-cost relocation -' (
been stationed in Germany for to their NY and will return housing for sale or
three years, Js ,in the.city.. 65th St in palatIal home, 927 NW rent through new or existing
late October.OONGRATUIJJTIONS. contructlon. The program autho-
FATHER NELSON FINDER rizes liberal terms for private
is in the city for a few days a r e of low-cost relocation
visiting his mother. the 0 r0fluthe day for Miss I financing -
Patricia Worthy who housing for eligible displacd
AMONG COLLEGE students from Knoxvllle College.graduated AttendIng families. Persons eligible under '
home for summer vacation are thd graduation was her this act can buy houses up to THIS is YOUR OPPORTUNITY

Juanita Johnson, Robin Solo- mother, Mrs. Inez Cheeks and $14,500 with only $200.00 down. PREPARE
mon, Helen Barbary Faye Williams SrUugrandmotner' Mrs Inez FOR
Sonja Hoggs Ophelia Worthy Pat being only 19 On Thursday May 14, 1964 an '
Taylor, Kinsley Gamble, Sha- old has chosen ,to begin years her open panel meeting was held In 'CIVIL SERVICE
ron Davis Preston Adams, career as a member of the, the BTW High School auditorium ;
Theodis Felton Peace Serving on the panel was
Tyronne John. Corps. She is being sent
son, Betty \Tucker and Rose> to Brazil on the first leg of Haley Sofge, director of the Miami lii JOBS .
Stewart. her stay in the O018ood Public Housing Authorityand
luck, Patricia Godspeed. James Whitehead, the new
EARL MIZELL, leaves on appointed Placement Officerfor \ AND ASSURE YOURSELF
Friday for Dillard University MEMBERS of th*. Class of the Urban Renewal Agency. '. \ I'
In New Orleans to attend a 1944 of Booker T Washington This meeting was made pos- LIFETIME SECURITY

science institute.FREDERICKA. High School have planned a sible through a joint effort of ; WOMEN
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18
jMEN To 50
BRUTON left gala night for themselves at the Urban Renewal Agencv of ..
for Indiana U. Thursday to be- the Goombay Club on NW 75th Greater Miami and the BTW Grammar school sufficient for.,
gin her summer study. St. Tuesday, June 0. All class Community School program of 9 many lobs Receive full 'information
members are invited to
call Dade County. Mr. E. W. Burrows 4 p
ON MONDAY afternoon Dun- Calvin Marks for more infor Is director of the community on how to get a gov'f.

bar Elementary principal (Nelson mation. Come on' class, let's. schools. l lob. Keep your present lobwhile
L. Adams) and faculty paid get together. I ,think he and all persons training.
tribute to Maude Ellison on BILL E. MILLER who participated In the plan- _Mitt MkWMOt CIUNKI W COW
"Maude Ellison Day The faculty of Franklin president ning of this meeting should be w .
Federal ..
. Savingsand C,
choose as the> theme commended for their efforts to P
"Maude Ellison .A Jewel of Loan Association has been bring the "True Facts" concer Strikes '
a Teacher." Maude Is retiring appointed a member of the ning the Urban Renewal Program Pay Raise No 4
after 35 teaching Metropolitan Dade County Automatic No Layoffs :
years at Dun and the Expressway pro rrien4Paid
bar. Relatives and friends Community Relations Board. jects to the attention of the Paid Sick Leave : Meet New

joined the faculty In celebra- citizens Involved. A special Vacations Uberol pensions
Miller will occupy the vacancy thanks to Mrs. Willie Williams e An 't Iidays with arn financing your training
tion.CARL created by the recent also of BTW for her coopera- I
E. MCCARTNEY is resignation of Board Member KEY TRAINING
tion with this column.Candlelight OF SO. FLA.
home for a week visiting his
Robert Macht. His term will Tea North Miami Beach, Fla.
mother and father. Mr. and .
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expire June 18, 1067.s a Phone Wilson
The II 5-5415
Bethany SDA Church
Mrs. Leon McCartney Sr. along MAIL I
with his friends and family board member, Miller will work Usher Board Invites you to A .,., I Suite 34, 1110 N.E. 163rd St..w..N..N..N.N..NN..NN.L.NNNNM..
many
with the Most Rev. Coleman F. Candle Light Tea on Saturday COUPON |!Name ,. ...
Carl lives In NYC. June 6, 8 to 10 at the home or
Carroll, Catholic Bishop of Miami Mr. and Mrs. Herbert C. Long: TOPAY [llStreet ......-.-....__.._...._ Apt.-_

THE JOLLY FRIENDS are who serves as chairman of 5000 NW 24th Ave. Guest speak.er City ................_........_... state___....

sponsoring a "Cocktail Sip" at the hoard will be Mrs. Carolyn Hinson. Phone No. ......................_......_..._........





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Summer carryln0- u[ __, T I
Camp '
I tivities; following" the- r'
each
HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLSTHE Offers Joys For All each YMCA for Day all and Camping all for helps to I''


a.DOOQC ." '" Boys and Girls etsabllsh more firmly the
When a child returns to habits and attitudes of resourceful -

I MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Liberty CityElementary school following an enjoyable Adult guided, self-reliant group experience persons.

SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1964 PAGE 3 SchoolFor YMCA Summer Day Camp experience contribute to the development!
he carries with him of such character traits as
J. W., JOHNSON SCHOOLThe BETHUNE ELEMENTARY: years now many parents the effects of values derived thoughtfulness and dependa-
have wanted to have a Pre- from the entire Day Camp pro- bility. New skills and interests
James W Johnson Elementary W. C. Cogdell, principalThe Things learned
School Orientation Program at Igram. These values are an integral are developed.
School of Hialeah PTA held its last meet- such will become life-long sourcesof
our school. And finally, a part of the discovery of
closes one of its most success- Ing Tuesday, May 18. Mr. Cog- satisfafction swimming,
materialize
dream Is about to one's self. The camper does not
ful school terms. Three fea- dell stressed much emphasis'on he playing: team games, craft, I
for In June 15, 1961, a PreSchool create these values, only
tures were added which aided the importance of our boys Orientation Program I I discovers them, and later on, hiking, cooking out, create
greatly toward this end. The and girls participating in the : at Liberty City Elemen- he will make use of them In his
opens things and the like.
additions were Mrs. E. Starke Summer Reading Program.The ,
method and conduct of living.
taryA The O.V.. Carver Day \
and Mr. A. Block, reading following officers were for
Opportunities learning
teachers; Mrs S. Margolin, elected: pre-school program such attitudes of resourceful, self-
special arithmetic teacher. how along with others Camp provides these conditions
as that planned at Liberty City
F. Shephard, president; Mrs. are provided. Living, working together with mature qualified
The children have continuous L. Whitehead, vice president; Elementary School affords the and playing together, adjust- camp personnel for all boys I
ly shown interest In these areas Mrs O. Jones, secretary; Mrs. expectant arrival of September ing to new persons and new ex: and girls 0 through 14 years of
(First Graders) an opportunity
over the past term. We will L. Spicer, treasurer; Deacon H. perlences, sharing In the responsibilities age,
to have practical experiencesin
have the six-weeks Reading Whitehead, chaplain; Mrs.
school-like situations. One of group living, Opening June 8, the program ,I
Program in our school the sameas Clemons and Mrs. Joyner. and the habits and
last year Students in the I program chairman. Specialthanks 1 always profits from such an attitudes developing that make for suc- will bo imaginative, creative, II I

third through sixth grades will were given to the outgoing experience cessful harmonious group liv- dynamic and camper centered''
attend. officers who worked un- Beginning with June 8th. ing. It is an experience In Applications are, now being received
I tiringly for the past two years. through June 11, 196, you may democratic living.Opportunities .
I at the branch. For fur-
May 29 the sixth grade presented I We are asking all parents to I register your child for the Ore- I
Its final program. All plan for a bigger and more suc- Intatlon Program. In, order to are provided ther Information call the YMCA
present agreed it was the best cessful PTA next school year. be able to better serve you, we for snaring In the planning and office, OX .{))231.

ever given. The program was Mrs. Bernice Greene was the are registering your child from -- -- .,...,..- _..... .,..--- ... ....._.,......_ ,
presented to a packed house. program coordinator for the 8:30: A.M. to 3:30:: P.M. Please L
ward.The, theme" was "Looking For- past two yeas. don't forget to register your

The Good Readers' Club cul- child. Lincoln Fields Apartments
For the second year the Hia- minated Its final activities for The Summer Reading Program -
leah Industrial Lions Club pre the year by participating in a is on the way. Almost
tented:; two $25 Saving Bondsto social given by the Reading all of the children are regls-i 2045 N.W. 62nd ,Street
the top ,boy and girl in the Committee members on May 11. tered. The program, like
sixth grade. These students These bys and girls have last year, Is for a sixth week -.---
were Dorothy Coleman and worked hard this year and have duration. It, too, begins, on the
Vincent Kendrick. Other out- read more than the average 15th of June However, unlike Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments I
standing awards were given reader As a result of this, the orientation program, it Offering Many Features
and presented ,by Rev. Lester they were honored and given lasts six weeks. There are
C. Albert, a prominent under.. certificates, book marks, as three sessions In the> Reading FREE GAS
taker. These awards were In well as social. Program. It la imperative
the sum of $50. The: Heading Committee that your child attends his Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove
members are Mrs. M. Edge, session on time. As did
you Painted Venetian Blinds
Newly
The students chairman .
Mesdames Z.
receiving these ; Black,
last to
please come out
awards were Tommy L. Hardy, A. Rivers, B. Greene, D. Blount, help year us in reading the books Washing Machines Laundry Rooms ta
Marilyn Moore Michael II. N.
Con Cunningham, Symonette,
rad and listening to these young Free Parking ,Auto hot water .reader
Hurley, Walter Lonon, G. Welters, S. Williams and Mr.
Wanda Miller and Athesa Cleve C. Dyes. eager persons who are aspiring Free Garbage Disposal Filtered water
land. These I The sixth tow i n stickers and Improve I"
awards are to grade classes pre-
serve as an Incentive for all sented their closing exercises their reading. CARETAKERS ON PREMISESWeekly t
,children in our school to strive on Friday, May 20 at 9 a.m. The success of such a program

for the next term. Utilizing the theme, "Our Goal depends upon the point ._..
-Success," the program was cooperation of the Parents; -
This coming September our beautifully presented to the Teachers and the. Community,
sixth grade students will attend parents, teachers, friends and Mary Ford Williams, Prin. Rates
two schools. Some will en- students. A social hour honor-
ter Dorsey Junior High and Ing the faculty was given In $14.50 1-bedroom $18.50 2.bedroom Apt.
others Henry Filer Junior the afternoon. Sixth grade Your Silent Salesman A
High The Filer is located teachers are Mrs. Elllse R. Renting Office open every day Phon. OX 1-8862

;: in Hialeahf Reed, chairman; Mesdames Miami Times' Classled Ad .. ..
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principal Willie Wright I II
of ,Dorsey Junior High, accepted I II II For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rate. Call
the students who will BETHUNE, ELEMENTARYDenis I
attend that school. A Davis, I i iI
principal of Henry Filer accepted R. Thomas, reporter I ,
those who will attend Student Government Day I # ,
that school. was observed Thursday, .June II II I
BONDED
Mrs. E. G. Primus, principal, 4. Sixth graders were really I rP y
_ Introduced all vistors. We give thrilld to teach for a day. I 1
a special congratulation to The final assembly was climaxed I
Mrs. E. Starke and Miss C. W. today Friday, June 5., I
Smith, sixth grade teachers for with our Principal, Mr W. C. I RENTAL
a very splendid Job Cogdell presiding. Many pupils I

Our PTA president, Steve received awards for perfect at- I
Marshall and officers of the or. tendance, and outstanding performances I :
''ganizatlon wish to thank you in the Physical -
for your cooperation this past Educatilon Program I II : 'INC.
term and ask you to continue Don't forget the reading pro- II I I ;:4AGENCY,
your efforts. The principal and ''gram and the kindergarten I ,
faculty wish you a very happy program which opens on June I
summer. 15. Kindergarten pupils who I
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I The largest collection and rental
James Reddick, reporter have not registered, please
Mrs. E. G Primus, principal hurry before the deadline. I

Don't waft, register now. I agency in the South; operating in
May At TwilightAt The members of the publicity I ::4
committee wish to'expres.q I '
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Jackson's cere thanks to the many I Dade and Broward Counties'HON.
parents and friends who read I II
Toddle Inn our school news during the I t
Negro Housing areas.President t'i
The annual festival, May at past school year. We wish for I L. BBOOKI
Twilight was held May 8 at you a very happy and profitable I .
Jackson's Toddle Inn. BUI"merT16 members of I
Reigning amid a beautiful the PuMlclty committee are i GEORGIA V. ARTH, General Manager

regal setting were Queen Se- Mesdames Jacquelyn Crosby, I
MAINTAINING THAN
lena Rozler: daughter of Mr. Bernice Kemp Melba James, I MANAGING .lAND MORE I
and Mrs. Kessler Rozier and Arthurine Strapp, Elliott Sca- I 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
King Joseph Morman, son of vella and Mrs. Gwendolyn If. ,,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Morman, Welters, chairman. I Bonded also has employment service at main office

Sr.Princess Their Nora attendants Jean Williams were, Open Letter To I 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue

daughter of Mr. and Mrs Carl I I A fall time public; relation Dept. to SMilst you In solving year problem.
Williams and Prince NorthwesternParents
Jackson Dwight Plus a fleet of cars giving door to door service for tenant convenienceOn
son of Mrs. Constance
Jackson. I I nights and Sundays for emergency service call PL 9-8733 '.

The crown bearers were Mis- Dear Parents: I MAIN OFFICE A:
chelle Gray daughter of Mr. This year, as in former years, :
and Mrs. )Mitchell< Gray and Northwestern is sponsoring a I I 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9.8733' :k i

Karl Franklin, son of Mr. and summer reading programme. I Vandalism done by a few Is expensive to, aIL Please help us stop tide "i
Mrs. Woodrow Franklin. : Realizing the need of our
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The Parent Club of Jackson'sToddle I students to read better in orderto I nnnecesssry evil C. A. Lockhart, hbU Relations Director ...\

Inn says thanks, to all improve their scholastic I
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Britton has been appointed as NAACP Win Long
PAGE 4'" SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1964 His assistant, Thomas I
this office is $30,000 a year
his successor. The salary for i Alabama' Court

FightThe
New York' our largest city, is having more than its Alabama Supreme

share of racism and crime. Court Monday Was ordered'by
L r the U. S, Supreme Court to
Mayor Robert Wagner has ordered the city's patrolmen "take all steps- necessary" to
to wear their uniform to and from work. There put the NAACP Uack in bUsiness -

H. B. SIGIBMTJND REEVES, Editor and Publisher seems to be a gang war going on between Puerto Rican, The in orga Alabahiav has not operated -
GARTH C. REEVES. Managing Editor Negro and white gangs. in Alabama since i95J(
when it Was ordered oUt\ of the
llcmber of the National New ptapen Publisher AMoclatloJI Following two days. of robbing and rioting on four state for not registering as ah
-' SUBSCRIPTION RATES subway trains, 1,000 policemen are patroling New York ou tofsta te C corporation.The .

ONB YEAR $&00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $ .00 streets and subways. to U.fashion S. court a decree has the which power -

Catered a* Second ClaM Matter, August 0, 1927 at the Pod Offio"a Mayor Wagnor declares they will have law and would assure the NAACP the
Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 right to operate in Alabama,
order in New York City.
said the opinion of Justice John
Downtown Offlow 1118 N.W. Srd Avenue Phone FR a-as1 M Harlan- But he said the
Main Oifioe at 8740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1-0121 The City Planning Board is considering permissionfor the justices usual preferred practice to and follow send
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Boulevard. Commission.
launderettes along Biscayne
"CRBDO OF TUB NEGRO riu s" the case back to a stat court
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead tar er Wainwright is very much opposed to the idea. for action. '
when it accords to Will there be clothes lines too? Harlan said that i it the Ala-
world from racial and national antagonism bama court does not act
every man recardleM or race, creed or color his human and promptly, the NAACP could
legal light' Hating no man. fearing no man-the Negro Press Metro stop signs at railroad crossings are being return to the Supreme Court
feriTM to help every man in the firm belief that all men arewrt criticized by officials and the public. for further action \
a. !.ng as anyone is held baok. The court said In Its ruling
City Manager Melvin\ Reese said the signs represent"an
in favor of the NAACP: "Sh Uld
STRANGE BUT TRUE improper use of safety devices." They foster rear- we be unhappily mistaken in
end collisions.The our belief that the Supreme

Certainly the election is Over but not all contestantsare Court of Alabama this will promptly -
disposition
pleased with the results., Some of the defeated clergy .and congregations of Christ Church, St. leave implement is given the organizationto ,
candidates wanted a recount. In Dade County following Agnes, Incarnation and Transfiguration will have a apply to this court for ;fur-

complaints of irregularities during the campaign the Solemn Mass at St. Agnes on Thursday, June 18 at 8 ther The appropriate state has relief.said "the1

school board on Wednesday voted to ask Attorney Richard o'clock in the evening. The Mass is held in memory of is working In' the association -

Gerstein to investigate reported irregularities during the Venerable Archdeacon John Edwin Culmer, who state without using its name.

the campaign of successful Jack Gordon and defeated Dr. I died June 18, 1964Archdeacon The NAACP on the admitted ground hot that registering the-

Robert Butler : Culmer was rector of St. Agnes Church law was not applicable. It,'was
Jack Gordon voted for the investigation he said, "be- for 34 years. He had been in the ministry for 44 years, denied permission by the state
well as 10 of them as priest at St. James Church Tampa court when it offered to regis
cause the questioning raised reflects on me as my ter in 1956.

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Chairman of the board, Jane Roberts, after hearing t"3 '., ,' ,H-i'\..1" tt"', >,!,('\
that pressure was put on school employees wanted the I.i- ...,". ", 4.' .',',->" Shop at Your Friendly
investigation.
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Appoint the-Sheriff- Elect. the Sheriff Appoint: ? ,.f, III JOE'S MARKETTHE

the Sheriff. ., ,

This week' Metro\ Manager Irvin McNayr said that he

will trv to pet: a charter amendment on the November I BEST IN GROCERIES, MEATS AND

ballot to make the post of Sheriff appointive attain .
( SUNDRIESWE
It will be remembered that in last November's election !

Manager McNavr was against!: the election nf a shpr.; FEATURE
rif. HP hm Mwavs been for armointing this officer. He 1

contends that the ,elective sheriff will always remain o
roadblock. WISE PATOTO CHIPSIN

There ha been quite hit of oritlcfam nhonf. Sheriff

Buchanan) pnrlorslncr and jvnorte rtnrtirinptiongovernor's tn +1,0 POPULAR SIZES
election on behalf of Governor-elect Hnvdnn

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Burns.If we are correct, fitv' Manager Melvin Reese also

fAVOrq the appointment rather< than,the, .election of the Nathaniel DeWitt WashingtonJr.
sheriff. -" -- i -:; r---' ., son 'of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel CRANE BROS. MOTORSVACATION

Washington of 2525 NW

Of nil tin hor1e *. H1"q; of hem} t" nor nubile 161st St., has completed the

,,.,''h'001 'ih"AMOq rnr the Ari"nainn.1nQnirafin" q"r1 ""i..n. requirement for ''graduation SPECIALS
from Ninth
I Avenue High, Hen-
Trent of onr vonthrnnsf one, +n mamr rniilinn." ,, n n"1e. t'hp I dersonvllle, N.C. and was 1959 BUICK INVICTA 4-door hard top. Here's a car that

\, ?TYinnrfpnt.. gill T>p 1'04'\ or practically *o, fro 'awarded' in the high school diploma is truly imD1.aculate.iloQe, In solid white with strik.
',t h' nl'''IIICI"q! nf nor f'I"t1oo1R.W" recognition thereof Lug brown Interior.I Plastic
with the class of 1964. covers. Show room
his win bE! nlApcrtnfr to "ir'n" 'i" 'hAlipvA It ;qrURn1p condition thruout. Own It for
As a student he has out- only $975
"nf In the TJnliprl St'nt. .
II'n"::' to the mMorltv' rjponjp '
standing
A"1'Hn' to n ,."H",... of +-no Siitm nw finer! }. l'hlAYAprlin 'his student leadership days. During throughout his 1050 OLDS 'W 4-door hardtop. All white Gorgeous malch-

n" "Rtl1p. ooivm,il*'*'*"' "Ribla; rppdfn<< wndTord' rpritinrrhA : high school career he has held Ing interior. Fully powered' Many other extras, including -
: offices in many school clulfe> including factory air, white wall tires.' Cranes Low
+ :< Prnvpr in our public schools are nnconafifuf? Math Club, Health
Price
r"Wp only _
$995
JnnRi Commercial, Science Varsity "
'liavo Plhlp' rondinf w(1* bp Ln,.'' Pmvor In our Safety Patrol, French and Li- 59 BUICK LE SABRE Tudor. o. I's
brary Clubs. He was a memberof smartest- body style.
sv hoolq In 10M,1Int the nre ert time, This may not continue the choral society his first Gorgeous salmon red finish with deluxe Interior in
next vear. and third years in \high school. black, excellent white wall tires. A smart buyer

However It: Io ,1fiaRtnrr to know that our CounfvIs : Nathaniel participated as a will love this one. Our Low Price $795
Fhonl Rnnrrl tflVIn" steps for asking the Supreme member of the football team 50 CHRYSLER
Court to have t> rehearing in his junior year and servedas SARATOGA 4-door. Immaculate robin egg
reporter for the football and blue, white him, factory air
radio.
State Bunt Tom Bailey says ho mav not Issue a court basketball teams duing his sea- tires. An Perfect whitewall
order for obedl* n<*p' to the Court's "' 11inP.'. He I Is Inclined ior year. His classmates elected ideal summertime special. Buy it
Mm now for _
class treasurer for the only $695
to leave It to the local school boards. Junior and Senior Classes. '
59
Bailey said further that: he hopes the Congress will Nathaniel CHEVROLET BEIAIR 4 door acdan. Off white finish,

pass a Constitutional ,amendment spelling out the rights in-chief of the served 19G4 as yearbook editor- air conditioned, white wall tires, radio, nice upholstery -
of Bible reading and Prayer in our schools and ending staff. He is also junior super- Here's one you'll learn to love. A fine
the confusion and misinformation. intendent of Sunday School at car at Crane's low Price $695
the Star of Bethel Baptist
The school board must make its plea for a review Church. 56 AIR CONDITIONED OLDS 08 4 door hardtop. Fully

qf the court's decision within 25 days. For meritorious achievement powered, radio and fancy salt and pepper Interior.

Governor Farris Bryant favors having Bible reading he has received the following It's a real nice car in ,splendid condition. Crane's

and the Lord's Prayer said., in our schools* awards special on this one. Only $395 '

The 1963 Typing Award; the

In the pledge of allegiance to the United States, not 1960 the 1963 Perfect Perfect Attendance Attendance Award For years and Y'e MANY*. others OTHERS
very long ago the words "under God" were added to the Award, the 1961 Perfect Atten. fine used have talked about :our
cars, low down
.'. dance Award payments and good finance
pledge. It was certainly a worthwhile addition. the 1964 Under plan. We will
wood Outstanding Business prove there' a better deal at .
On the money we spend, we have the words: In God Student Award the 1963 DAR
we tru rtv. Let us hope those words will not be dropped. Award, 1064 second place honor CRANE
-. in the senior oratorical con- BROS. RAMBLER
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$ County Attorney Darrey Davis, after serving Metro test.Nathaniel: was elected by his 7000 N.W. 2nd
?* for seven years, has resigned his office to return to private classmates as the student Most Ave. 751-7471
He leaves a good record behind him. Hisresignation Likely to Succeed. He will attend OPEN
practice. A and T College Greensboro SUNDAY 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M.
was accepted with regret by the Metro com N.C. Studies will begin "Service Is Our Moat Important Product"
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To At present there are 35 chap Spring Recital ft I .
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Nurses' Boule ters. Each chapter as well aa

SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1964 PAGE 6 I Convene in Miami the professional national body, civic tends and itselfto cul- Music student of Mrs. Fran

Chl Eta Phi Sorority's National tural affairs, both local and ces Thomas presented their an I
Iotas Observe Boule convenes on Mi national. nual Spring Recital Sunday,
ami Beach June 23-27. Headquarters The sorority meets annually May 31. Participating were 1
and all sessions will with a chapter serving in the Christine Burke, Carolyn ,
Founders DayOn be at the Sea Gull Hotel I I capacity as host. It is anticipated White, Victor Gay, Teresa Col-
Nu chapter of Miami will by the currcnfrnattonal basi-
Monday evening, June 1, host the 19th: annual Boule andIs leus, Mrs. Fostino Rlddlck of lins, Jaq Lowery Powell Charles
chapters of Iota Phi Lambda, preparing extensively for Norfolk Va. and the local basi- Fortson, Gall Pamela '
: Inc. observed Founder's Day. approximately 300 visiting leus Miss Grace Higgs, that attendance and Bertrand Dean Ada Bode ;
This marked the sorority's 35th sorors. |i I to the dune BouJe will and Moxie Brooks.
anniversary Our professional sorority for excel any other previous meet, The highlight was "Haydn's
,
Gamma Alpha Chapter, MIami nurses was founded at Freed- ings. Piano Concerto In CC." Instru /
held a most impressive men's Hospital in Washington,I I mentalists In the ensemble include I
.$ $) I candle light ceremony at the D.C. by Allenc C. Ewell In 1032. Jackson's Toddle Inn will Althea Sample, Freder-
''home of Soror Vashti Coleman Soror Ewell and 11 other have Its annual 'gaduation on Icka Morley, Robert and Frances -1
_____ Armbrlster. Each soror rededicated charter members set out to ele Friday, June 12 at 8 p.m. at Thomas and William Han-
their service, talents and vate the plane of the nursing Bethune Elementary School, na. The Outstanding Student'Trophy
_fortitudes of spirit to the Ideasof profession and increase Inter- 2900 NW 43rd. St. No admis was won by Pamela
the sorority.The est In the nursing field. IItJilV..w.u |; sion. Dean-
ceremony was climaxed
with each soror lighting ,her 7mtJIIl7mUI1tnnO'lI*rirvKBfixNitaMKKuu.! : ]T/nil juii mil!_' MIMI,__ WIK_juu,__MM,..-inn, JIm:7nt__join___lt1tJ011l'{ T 1
candle vowing to strive to live ;,
daily maintaining sisterly love :'
and fraternal spirit.
The sorors were! entertainedwith
a beautiful buffet supper
June 12th has been set for prepared by the hostess and ) :' '

.Louise the wedding Gass date and of James Miss ButlerJr. Maty chatted summer.gayly of plans for the : Annette'sFashions t t :, .; ,(

., whose by engagement her parents Is announced Mr.- Future Monday Iota morning Girls worshipped sorors and ,

together at St. Agnes Episcopal
and Mrs. Howard Gass Jr. '
Mr. Butler Is the son of Rev. Church where a cordial wel- : \ (
and Mrs. James Butler of come was extended. I
Boynton Beach. Sorors Edith Washington and ;
Arthesa Hubert will host the I. ,
The bride-elect Is a 19G3 June 20 meeting which will be I. ; P
graduate of Carver High Schoolof the final meeting of the year Wig '
Delray Beach. She Is presently ,
attending Walker's Bus .
iness College.
The bridegroom-elect ds a
1961 graduate of Carver High
School of Delray Beach and Is Thank you for the wonderful response to oir open
presently attending Edward '
where he Is ; "
College
\Waters a
member of Omega Phi fratern- fire 6 h ing a new location; 1129 NE 163rd Street in North

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Greenleaf Social and senior at Miami Jackson Senior $$25.00 $36.50 $45.50'AND
Charity Club cordially .invites High School, has accepted a $ $
you to .help it celebrate Its 7th summer school scholarship' at
anniversary June 7 at Dixie Stetson University In Deland,
Park auditorium, NW 13th St. Fla. At Stetson, Clarence plansto
and 3rd Ave. from 4 to 6 p.m.A study freshman English and UP
wonderful program will be digital computing. Clarencewas

rendered.Mrs. Sarah The McCay.speaker Mrs.will Aman-be the Miami also elected Jackson treasurer Chapter of of

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John F. Kennedy THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
Urban AnnouncesCivil
League
Awards AvailableThe SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1964 PAGE"'7

Dade County Board of l'
Public Instruction and Mlami-
Service Exams Dade Junior College have announced -
: the John F. Kennedy
.d**-:!. Service Awards. PUNTERVOLD, INSURANCE
LIBRARIAN I perception within normal l
limits. 'And so, my fellow Ameri-
Requirements( : Applicantsmust Character cans; ask not what your coun-
: Applicants must AGENCY
have reached their do for INC. OFFERS
21st pass a stringent character Investigation try can you ask what ,
birthday and must not have to Includ- you can do for your country."
reached their 55th birthday. ing polygraph examination.qualify, In the spirit of the ideal ex-

science Education from: Degree an accredited in library library Otner: Must be able to swima preessed in this statement by OPPORTUNITIES TO NEGROES]
school. minimum of 100 yards. Must our late President, the Board
(must submit have or be able to qualify for a of Public Instruction has established -
transcript requirement.as)proof of education FJa., driver's license. a program to be Negro married) males between the age of 25 !to 60,

Visual Acuity: Each e ye Note: A complete Athletic Memorial known as the Program John; F. for Kennedy, the who are sincere and present ai| neat appearance now
separately, not less than Test, (including is
20- swimming)
100 corrected to 2040. Depth required before appointment .school this program year 1D6W55.will One make part of have, if qualified, golden opportunity for earnings
fifty
perception and color vision win Ue made. .. Community Service Awards of over $1,000, per month, to join the ranks as aID)
within normal limits. 'iliese Classifications available
are
Salary: $U9 to $534. to all applicants who meet school available{graduates to deserving who will high Ordinary Professional Life, Accident, Sickness, Hospitalization -
agree'to
Address All Inquiries To: tne above requirements, regardless serve as leaders of preschool and Income Protection Insurance Agent,
Examining Section Supervisor, : of race, color, or creed. programs in low econom
representing one of Florida's most progressive
City of Miami Civil Service ic areas within the county. In
Board P. O. Box 708, Coconut Kappa NotesThe addition the Awardees will bo agencies.
Grove Station Miami, Fla.33133. I' required{/ to enroll in the pro- I

TREK TRIMMER last regular meeting of teaching or kindergarten programs The men selected will be (trained and may continue

Requirements: Resident of the Miami Alumni Chapter of College. at Miami-Dade Junior to work at their present jobs, and if die a ired, work
Dade County for Kappa Alpha i'bi was neld at
prior to date of examination.one year Caleb the home of Bro and Mrs. The awards are available toall part time as a professional insurance agent. From 30

Applicants must have passed Airs. Crosby.Crosby was a wonderful high school graduates in (ito 50 qualified Negroes, with: average intelligence,
their 18th birthday but Dade County but
must
preferrencdwill \
not have reached their ;35th# I After hostess. h Ue given to those young residing in Dade and Broward County only will be

birthday.Experience. meeting a we very all short Joined business in and people who meet the require- appointed. Applicant are requested to contact Ed
in tree ments and demonstrate
trimming, need for
nursery, or lawn maintenancework sang many of the Kappa financial aid. Puntervold Insurance Agency, nc., 134 East 49th St.,
songs. It brought back old
Visual Is Acuity required.: 20-40 corrected campus memories. Th award will pay a total of Hialeah, Fla, 1 /* blocks West of Hialeah High

in both eyes, and the ability to $500 per year, payable in ten School, phone 8884528.
distinguish colors red, green, Elks Grand Lodge monthly checks of $50 in the
and yellow.Salary month of September through
Comes to Miami June. From' this
: $290 to $380. money, the
Requirements: Resident of Awardees will be expected to .
Dade County for one AUGUST 22-29, 10 year
prior to date of examination. Elk Lodges and Templesof expenses, etc. such as transportation New Homes at 'Right, Price

Applicants must have passed the area in the midst 1835 ,
are 1944 NW 49th Street NW 41st Street p
their 21st birthday, but must of a "Mammoth Membership The details concerning the
not have reached their 36th Drive" Let us all get readyl! criteria for selection and other 651 NW 47th Street 1921 NW 60th Street
birthday at time of examina-
requirements of the awards
A BIG INVITATIONJoin Open 35 p.m.
tion.Education and the application forms may

Minimum of 9th and grade experience educa-: now, so we can host be obtained in the local high 3 Large Bedroom

tion; plus current Fla., driver's the ""Greatest Elk's Conven- school ''guidance offices. '.2 Bath Garake
license. tion.

Visual Acuity: 20-40 corrected Atlas Lodge No. 308, Lilterty Florida Room ; '.
vision in both eyes and the Lodge 1052, Overseas Lodgo For Best Results
ability to distinguish hues of 1078, O. W. Bannerman Lodge BARON, J E 81340HOW
red, green, and brown. 1380, Magic City Lodge 1514,
Salary: $272 to $345. PER Council 23, Antler's i A Classified Ad!
Temple; Liberty Temple; Over. I
P1IOTOLITIIOGRAP11KR seas Temple; O. W. Bannerman' & m'm:;JIUZUJIJL\f.J\J [.IJLlt.a..ItJI..4JrJf ft'ft'W II.tIZdaLaLTd ..+t L+tcaWtWJ'! ,
Requirements: Resident of Temple; Greater Miami i
Dade County for one year Temple; Pride of Miami Council -
prior to date of examination.Age 1BPOEW. i
: Applicants must have W. O. Perry, president Fla. DO YOU '
passed their 21st birthday. State Association; Dt. Myrtle
Education and experience; Davis, District Deputy; Chas.
High school graduation, plus 3 Higgs, Gen. District Deputy.
years full time paid experiencein lion. Hobson H. Reynolds, I
operation of multilltn, offset Grand Exalted Ruler. J20 PAY YOUR BILLS?
press, stripping, plate makingand
binding. LEGAL NOTICEComptroller
Salary: $302 to $162.PRISON .
of the
GUARD J By going to each store and paying in cash? Or by going out buyinga
Requirements: Resident of Currency
Dade County for a period of money order, and mailing it? Here' a much handier way, called a
one year prior to date of exami TREASURY
nation.

Age: Applicants must have DEPARTMENT OF CHECKING ACCOUNT
passed their 30th birthday, L/ut SPECIAL
must not have reached their .. UNITED STATES .

50th birthday. Washington, D. C. ....-.-....
E'ducation and experience:
High school graduation or G. WHEREAS, satisfactory, evi- It works like like this:
E. D.. certificate. A minimum of dence has been presented to
one year full time paid experience the Comptroller of the Currency 1. Come to the Lincoln National .3. You don't have to keep any'
in police or general that "Lincoln Nation Bank
certain amount in the bank-just
guard duty; or one year full of Miami," located Miami Bank, dleposit whatever amount
order
to
in
time paid experience supervising State of Florida has complied you want, and get a book of checks whatever you want,
men is required. Fla., dri with oil provisions{ of the (just lOc each 25 for $2.50.) cover the checks you write. Each
ver's license required. statutes of the United States month you get a statement of your
Height and weight: Minimum: required to be lOiiiphed with I
with cancelled -
together
2. Whenever want to a account, your
,
5 ft. 8 in. 130 lbs. Maximum; 0 ft. before being authorized to com you pay'
3 in 202 Ibs. mence the business of bankingas bill, just write a check for it, Sn checks, which serve as re ,
Visual Acuity: Each eyb a National Banking Association your own home or wherever you ceipts. The small charge for all

separately, not less than 20- ; happen 4o be. No need to carry a this service is just 50c *, month.

perception 100 corrected within to normal 2040. limits.Depth by NOW certify THEREFORE that the, There-above. lot of cash around, or to go 'out When you need more checks, .I

Salary: $315 to $.140. named association is authorized and buy a money order for each simply pick up another book like
to commence the business of bill. .J I you did the first time.A .
OFFICER National Banking
POLICE banking as a
Requirements: Age: Appli Association.IN .
cants must have passed their TESTIMONY WHEREOF, bank checking account Is a useful reference and''everyone can af
21st birthday, but must not witness my signature and seal
have reached their 30th birth- of office this ICth day of April, ford one this easy, inexpensive wayS

day at time of examination. 1964.JAMES I
(Waiver of age will be considered J. SAXON -
for those who have special Comptroller of the 4
education or experience, with Currency
maximum of 31 years of age.) Charter No. 15307
Education: High school gra- June 20 LINCOLN UTIIIVU BANKOF
duation or bona fide G. E. D.
certificate.: No requests for LEGAL NOTICE

waiver of education will be ac- NOTICE UNDER, FICTITIOUS
cepted.Height. MIAMI
and weight: Minimum: NAME LAW
5 ft. 9 in. 140 Ibs. Maximum 6ft. Notice Is hereby given that ,FIRST FULLY INTEGRATED DANK IN TilE ENTIRE SOUTHEAST
3 in. 202 Ibs. the undersigned, desiring to engage .
Medical examination: A rigid in business under the RIGHT HERE IN TilE EDISON FINANCIAL CENTER l I.
physical examination is required fictitious name of FLORIDA
in order to qualify for appointment DRAPERY, 7800 N.E. 2nd Ave.,
to this position. No Miami, Fla. intends to registerthe 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue phone 759-4431
requests for physical waivers said name with the Clerkof
accepted. the Circuit Court of Dade Banking boors: .30 a.m. -2 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. Closed ThursdayIn
Visual Acuity: 20-30 each eye County( Florida.
separately, without correcting Salvatore Fusco, Owner I order to open Friday WO n.m2 p.m. and 5 p.m..8 p.m. also Sat. 0 amaoonI'
lenses of any kind Including 20021 NW 12th Ave.
contact lenses. With glasses, North Miami Beach, Fla.
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South and take advantage of stated. "The training you will South. green In elementary education
5 MIAMIANS GET executive openings now to be receive, the knowledge you will To this the speaker added: They were Mary Louise Doster
found in industry, Business: accrue, and the assurance you "I am asking you to be com- (cum laude); Inez Thelma
FMC DEGREESToo banking, finance, Insurance and will clevlop} will provide the petitive and to stake,your the Gaines, Louise Alverla 'John-
similar fields."I basis for you to come back and ents and your potential on son, Vera Antoinette ThomtMson
Negroes with col- am not asking you to for- take your rightful place in the good intentions of business." and Betty Jean Williams
lege degrees many have gravitatedInto sake the South' Hoffberger economic and social life of the Five Mlainians received de- (cum laude.) .

teaching, preaching or the

da civil Memorial srvloe, graduates College were of Flori-told THE YMCA HAS THE ANSWER TO A PERFECT SUMMER

by Jerold C. Hoffberger, Balti I

thropist more industrialist who delivered and the philan-com 1964 SEASON JUNE 8th TO AUGUST 14th

mencement address at the institutlon's .. -- --.- -.-.---. .- ..- -- ._----_. .....
72nd annual exercises -
held here May 25.
Hoffberger who Is presidentof
the National Brewing Co. ranwnw.r
and a director of Fairchild
Stratos Corporation, urged Negro
youth to get out of the

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Getting Wet or Learning to Swim Trampoline Most\ Popular Activity Team Work

Each camper Is encouraged to learn the Campers are encouraged to learn the art The primary lesson taught In our ath-

Y art of swimming for fun, safety and of using the trampoline for body building, letic program is team work and fair pla.y.

achievement. Under the leadership of muscle control, muscle tone and physical Each camper, regardless of ability or skill,
qualified, experienced swimming instruc- fitness under the leadership of experienced is encouraged to play and learn how to
tors, members are challenged to strive for and qualified Instructors. play. The camp Is equipped for Softball,
the various emblems given '\ty the American basketball, table tennis, billiards, trampoline -
Red Cross and the Y.M.C.A. The Day Camp starts every day. Mon- horseshoe and scores of other games.
CAMPERS ARE UNDER ADULT SUP- day through Friday, 8:30: a.m. to 4:30: p.m. It's through these activities that the true
t ERVISION AT ALL TIMES WHILE IN We Invite parental visits and Inspectionat meaning of Democratic principles are
I"Y" CARE. all times. practiced and taught.

Monday Friday, 8:30-4:30, Swimming, Trips, Crafts and Sports

7_ :J.-V

with Lieutenant his wife,Clifford Ida. R.,McDuffy is stat j
ioned at, Fort Rucker, Ala.
He joined the Air Force In
NO MONEY NEEDED
successfully 19G1 number, and of has certificates completing been awarded for air-a HERE

borne courses at Ft. Campbell,
Ky- and at Fort Rucker. He
,has Just completed the Officer
Fixed Wing Aviator Course.
''Lt McDuffy is the son-in-
law of Mr. and .Mrs. W. O. TURN DOWNS WE SOLVE
-
Perry of this city. .


Broward NEVER

County Open daily CREDIT


News '83 ImpaJa $ 3.50 and Sundays '58 Chev. $495


By 4-Drj hardtop, air cond., white

Walter Rowe 4Dr. hardtop. Air
'

II 63 Impala $60 '57 Ford

Cecil Butler Jr., of 812 Pembroke $395
: Road,' Hallandale, has 2Dr. hardtop, white
completed the course in bar- 4-Dr. hardtop
bering at Miami Barber Col- '
lege. He passed the State Board 62 $42 '
Fury
examination the second weekIn
57 Buick
May. He is now working at $295
Bowe's Modernistic, 4444 Pem- Convertible. Loaded
broke Road, West Hollywood.Pvt. 4-Dr. hardtop. Air

James Pinkney is on '
furlough 'at home, 4640 SW 59 Olds $975 '
19th $t, He is now stationed at 56 Ford $195
Fort Bennlng, Ga. He went into .,
the service Feb. 23. 98" hardtop
Victoria

New members recently tak- r -
ing membership in Post 8195 59 Ford $695 '
VFW are Lon Johnson of SW 55 Olds $150
40th Ave. and '23rd St., West
Hollywood, and Charles Hart 4-Dr. hardtop, air
of 44th Ave. and 25th St. For 2-Door
information for membership' '
call YU 3-9013 or come to 4444 52 Lincoln '
1 i SW 17th St. $30 56 Chev. $195

: The Triangle Olub, a teen- Full Price
age girls' club of West Holly- Hardtop
wood, invite you to a Tributeto
Mothers',, Tea Sunday, June '
7, 3 pjn. at Carver Ranches 52 Dodge $18 54 Ford
and Recreation 48th Ave.Center, SW 21st- St. Locations $95

4-Dr. Runs Victoria hardtop
South Broward VFW Post
takes this opportunity to express -
(dts sincere thanks to the 55 Ford $195
200
Cars
(\' following for Individuals making and the Memorial corporations I To Choose FromTransportation

: Day "Buddy Poppy"t Half ton'pick up, 4 Sp.
: sale the overwhelming success Cars
that It was: The Kwik Check $30 up
Stores of Lake Forest and
State Road 7 and Pembroke
,.. '. Road; the Grandway Store on
Road 7. MOTORS INC
,I State
.' *" Special thanks and I congrat- GUARANTYConvenient .
/: ulations to Miss YVette Gray
r'v for her, outstanding performance t
; Masters Pernell MillerS 758-8740
r 'I
Jr., and.Robbie,'L. Brayboy III, 758-8749
';t.' : J Rhonda'Brayboy as well as the 5560 N.W. 7th Ave. 10001 N.W. 7th Ave. 4
Savoy Stellite quit and Tiny's' 9300 N.W. 27th Ave.niuswtnstrtrujwwL.w. .
Bar and Package' Store, likewise -
, have our heartiest thanks
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, IF ANYONE should find a billfold Royal Twenty -' -J-1-'- ,tfr-r ...,.
,
a containing very important r r
papers and keys, please return Women's Club i9b CLYDE KILLENS l
to Miami Times or 7001 NW
15th Ave. apt. 22 or call 696-2724( The
Royal
Twenty's Club SIR r
Mrs. Willie Ruth Warren.JACKSON'S held its regular meeting at the JOAN HOTEL
lovely home of Mr. and
Mrs. I
remain open KINDERGARTENwill during summer Andrew Moore of South Miami. I MIGHT BEAT CLUB"Home

session. Reasonable rates. Many possible projects were
For further information call HI discussed for the coming' year of The Stan"PRESENTS
3-4759 or OX 1-2350. jun2 before a decision was!; made. In
order to -
implement the
pro
LOVELY SMALL house, chain jects it was decided to sponosr
link fence. Will sell or rent with a contest among the members FRI. SAT. SUN.
money applying to purchase. sucessfully complete them The JUNE 5-6-7
Nice small family only.. $20 winner of this contest will be
week, NE 5-55CO. crowned Mrs. Royal Twenty.
Aretha FranklinAnd
CHURCH MINISTER would The after-meeting social r
like for a Christian young man hour was enjoyed by a large \
to liva in home with him with number of members and friends t' Her Band
privileges 821 NW 50th St. in i and the hostess was warmly I i
rear house. Call 8 a.m. to 12 _I thanked by Mrs. Ethel Peavy.
4 p.m. until 4
The next meeting will be
Rev. I hold I at the home of Mrs.
Ernest Hutchason Jr., Ethel Peavy, 3735 .. ..... .
of the Dade County Children's Washington ---- 1Li. :.o.a .......
1 Ave, Coconut Grove, May 21,
Home at Kendall '
ering devotional will be deli r 1901.( Nu Chapter of Chi Eta Phi Irma Bodle, Grace Hlggs, Wll-
messages over National Sorority for
prepare hclmlna Parker, Emma Mo-
radio station WMBM from Mon Mrs. Ermatlne Holton, Pres national boule. Kay and Wilma Anderson
day 5:45! June 8 to Friday, June 12 Mrs Ethel Peavy, Keporter. Seated, left to right: Dorothy
at : : amThese transcribed .,.. Martin, Geneva Murray and Members not shown: Birdie
messages will be brought to a *&fi: ::&: ::iKf fiffSS& Gwendolyn Davis. Anderson Leath Nelckson,
, close Sunday, June 14. The MODERNCBS Standing, Helen Bentley, Louisa Shipp, Thelma Jones
) sermon on Sunday morning' Edythe Bragg, Juanita Mann, and Mattic Johnson
will
begin at 0:45-:

DUPLEXES ---
Dr. Chas D. Long, 1545 SW
1st St. is back In his office after -
, vacationing in the Orient. $650 DOWN
He visited Tokyo, Yokohama, t'S
pore Hong, Bangkok.Kong, Honolulu, Singa- $27 WeekII I k

in I Bedroom, stove and I want to express my
Dream House,

3-bedroom CBS, tile bath, refrigerator each unit, live y' deep appreciation for I

all in one and other apt. pays
electric, modern knotty .t' "Evil Gal Blues"

pine (kitchen, carport, closeto mortgage. No qualifying, the help' and support "Troubled In Mind"

W inaion Park with move in today. And Many Famous lilts

beautiful:' playground .and -e ,,, of my many friends Admission Adv. $2.00
1'P At Door $2.50
pool, near bus and shop.
3 Bedroom
2 Bath
and voters for:my ret BIG TEEN-AGE MATINEESUN.
ping. Owner, Mr. B. Gar. JUNE 7
I i fe t 3-6 P.M.
bin. $450 DOWN r
lecHon.CONSTABLE. Admission .................. $1.00
1545 NE 152nd St. $23 Week -
COMING NEXT WEEK
N. Miami Beach,
Built-in range, only $10,900
JUNE 12 13 14
Days: UN 5-0566 total. this and
Compare buy
THE SENSATIONALBABY

".. Nights: JE 1.6928- you may purchase this: RAY BRADLEY WASHINGTON"I
DISTRICT
.. 2
home with no down pay Can't Wait To See
FOR RENTNew
3-bedroom house ment. See us today, it will My Baby's Face"

not last.TRIO. ,., ,. ,
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Deposit Required REALTY
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AUTO INSURANCE"DISCOUNTS COMPLETELY INTEGRATEDOX

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NO ONE REFUSED
NOW SHOWING
leanetle "Baby"Washington ,
SR-22 filed immediately. Low monthly payment plan ..
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D. GOODMAN & SON, Inc. BIG TEEN-AGE MATINEE

"Insurance Real Estate, Mortgage" '
the ? nieSouf
2688 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-0380 Coming June 19-20-21

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. MT. TABORLet MT. CARMEL CHURCH A Very Special

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1964 I not your heart be troubled Rev D. A. Bradley, pastor

: ye believe In God, believeaiso Mrs Christine Conen, reporter "Thank You"

m me... John 14:1: Make haste, 0 God, to deliver .
The pubnc' Is cordially invited me; mane haste to help me, By Clementine D. RahmingI
to attend B T.U. the second u i..mu. we are now at I. h e
Sunday in June along with the close 01 a six month period in count as Cod's rich blessingsMy
I entire Mt. Tabor iamily to witness ims year, and we know that family and friends so true,
the f 11 m which will be God has brought us thus far Whose thoughts, visits, cards,
shown at 6:30: p.m. Purchasing tnat is why we ,nave so mucn and friendly smiles
tne Movie Camera was done 10 thank our Jesus for : Told me, "We re thinking of t
uwougn many hours of hard- Won't you come> to church you." i

snips and many, many long Sunuay and oring someone i
Hours; therefore, it is the pleasure wun your itememoer tne SICK Whim recently confined dn
of Mt. Taoor to have the and snut-in all over tne land ,Christian Hospital 1
entire community come t 0 and country Bible class every Within its sheltered walls, IIn
!L"I snare with us the fullness and xuesday night. frayer Meeting It ,gave me a happy felling; 1Il
,tne enjoyment which can be every Tuesuay at 9 p.m.DAttA' To have someone phone or Ilf
gained tiom observing the venous call.
religious films. 0)
Attend tho anniversary celebration 1 ASSEMBLY It was such a wonderful sur- d

of the N. A. A. C. P. Te subject for the regular priseTo t

.. ,bunaay afternoon at 3 p.m at discussion, to ,be held at t n e look up one day and seeThe 0,
...Lt. Tabor. uaha'i Center, 137 NW 11th jovial face and twinklingeyes

ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. TEMPLE BAPTISTFirst Continue in prayer for the Ave., 8 p.m. Sunday, June 7, b)
sick and shut-in and the bereaved will be: "Man One Family." Of our own, dear George 8''

O. W. Foster, pastor Sunday services will families The public is cordially invitedto "Heppy.
Bro. Casey Graham, reporter be as usual The Lord's Sup attend. Phone secretary, Fit .I!,? ', a
Friday night at 8 p.m. will be per will be administered duringthe MT. CALVARY CHURCHLast l-542Q.for further Information As" I look upon the planter' h
our monthly business meeting morning and evening, and Filled with Its groenry, c.

at the church. the choirs will sing Jointly Sunday's services were I GRACE PRESBYTERIAN: A great big "Thank you" goes
most inspiring The out to him o
Saturday sales as follows: morning
Pastor's Aid Club sponsors I Deacon George E. Hepburn speaker and his theme were I Rev. W F. Savoy, pastor And dear Dorsey's faculty. d
and Brother Charles Ambrose, uev. Green, "The Book of 1961"ltv. d
dinners at the home of Sis Lucy 1
Lee, 0814 NW 18th Ave. Dea- chairman and co-chairman the respectively Whitehead was the evening "This is the Blood of the And "Thank you," goes out
cons' Board, sponsor dinners are urging all speaker and his subject was, Covenant, which is shed for to all 1P
Saturday night at the parson- men of ;Temple to be present "Turn Aside." many unto the remission of Who came from near and far,
age; Junior Usher Board, a sale Tuesday evening, 8 o'clock, to On next Sunday at 4 p.m. the sins." Mt. 26:28.: To bring kind words, and n'St.
at the home of Sandra Young, arrange for their first program Willing Workers are having a This will be our text for the prayers and flowers,
2020 NW 65th St apt. 4. in behalf of Men's Day. They" Bible discussion. Their special Communion message this Sun- May God grant you each a
ask, "Please don't stay away. guest will be the Pastor's Aid day morning. star! ft
Your will be deeply -
patronage
appreciated. Tickets are out for the 'Slab- BoanJ.\ Everyone is Invited to Let us ,be encouraged to attend f""
town Convention" a plays, To the efficient
Sunday will be Pastorial Day this discussion.Also the Northwestern High staff of (1<
be presented by the Red Christian
10 too
with Holy Communion being ,at 6 p m. we are havingan School Baccalaureate service ,
Circle soon Also the training old this Sunday evening.. We have Whether they were white, Itm
fashioned
served at. the close of evening baptism
All Union has tickets for the "Trip Everyone is Invited to four youth graduating from green, pink or blue,
worship. youths are being come irE
around the World. For kindness and service witha
urged to attend their Junior out and see an old fashioned Northwestern this year, and smile irE

Church meeting on Mondayat The pastor wishes to thank one from Booker T. Washington. I shall never, never forget
5 p.m. They are now in the members of choir no. 2 and thQ BETHANW S. D. A. Congratulations to you
you. '
process of .preparing for their' ushers who motored to West young people! You have been a :il'* .
Youth Day to be ,held on the Palm Beach Sunday and rendered Bethany S.I>.A. Church begins fine credit to our youth program To Rev.f Ira McCall my thanks 1 A

3rd Sunday In August. services for the Ministersand "Vacation Bible School," and we hope that what go too,
Pray for and visit the sick. Deacons' Union at Ebene- on Monday June 29th., through you have gained from your For my sermon in a song. cl!'
zer Baptist Church.Congratulations July 10th. at 9 A.M. to 12 noon, church experiences will help "God is so Good to me" by Cl
for 10 days place: Bqthany you as you look forward more Doris Ackers
to the Male S D.A. Union Academy, at 5001 clearly to your future. Eases my heart and makes me tiai]
Chorus for the beautiful rigs.
N.W 25th Ave. Just oppositethe Once again we thank our wo feel strong. C(

church at 50th., St. and men's day chairman, Mrs Net ....
ST. MARY'S W. M. N.W. 25th Ave. tie Harris and the captains and UPi
Above all, to God, humbly I
Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor Each day will be filled with all members and friends who raise )
Miss Dorothy Major, reporter plenty of Inspirational Singing, helped to make our Women's a
My simple
Q y ,..nRf Sunday both Choirs will sing Crafts, 'and loads of Games. Day drive a success. The pro- I praise, prayer or grateful SI
jointly morning and night. Wont you (/parents let your gram of the day ,last Sundaywas LA
And ask that all the world .
I
Sunday June 14th. Chilclroa'aDay child Join us? You are welcome most enjoyable A hearty
will be observed, theI congratulations! may see, eli
I I speaker of the Day will be From Mondny through Thurs My God how good Thou art
1 master Harold Stuart. Our day of the coming week, the to me! )lx
Junior Choir will be in chargeof Revival Meeting at pastor will be attending the annual of
the music. meeting of ministers and II

New Providence elders at Daytona Beach SALTER'S CHAPEL th
and Means will meet
Ways ,.
June 14 at 4 30 p.m. The pas... As we look to the summer, Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor
--, -'" '- let
: tor would like for all leaders, > us press forward, finding Flossie Marshall reporter toE
rest In the Lord Jesus Christ,
Trustees and members of
ways who gives the It was so wonderful to have
us to
and means to be out to this ,p:;' f power go some of our young people home <
on.
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there will be "Business I m
meeting ; 'v from college to worship withus
of vital i I .. ... .. fii
importance. sa ---- -- --- -- Sunday morning in the 11
o'clock service. Among those prC
_' NOTICE TO CHURCH ,
MACEDONIA BAPTISTWe t were the Payne brothers, Ronald -

f.: MRS. NAOMI JOHNSON had a very successful a ; I : REPORTERS 1 and Clarence.A .

\ Chairman Union Meeting at New Macedonia Ijl The new deadline for getting good old fashion testimonIal Su ie

MT. OLIVETTE Everyone,, that attended < '" jl church news into our office for service was held in the tiLt
was spiritually benefitted by r' 't: publication is TUESDAY noon. morning worship which every- ,

CELEBRATES the soul-stirring messages that All church reporters are urgedto one enjoyed. Telling their life
were brought by the various i' cooperate. Church news experience as a Christian in
'
WOMAN'S DAY ministers. ,-.1 coming in later than Tuesday the afternoon Rev Benson Ban
f The 14th annual' Woman's Sunday services are expectedto cannot be guaranteed for pub- met with the probationers in anM
Day observances at the Mt be high and well-attended. lication. class instruction on the church ,,

\f Olivette Baptist Church on The pastor is expected, to be, .-...- ..... ..... """" ...,.,.......... doctrine conversion., getting them ready for Fl}}'
T p
.
I May 17 was a grand and glor- in complete, charge 1 I
r ious occasion t was a very Remember families:t Have, II by
fruitful day with an exchange your faith uplifted, worship PI'1Tc
of i Ideas, fellowship of friends, together this week at the GOING TO THE ,
, whole-hearted cooperation I church'' of'' your .choice.-1 4' tn
', which brought about the success 4 ha
; of raising over $2,700. FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST P.I
,M.
fl,
The charming and energeticchairman HKV. W., M. BOYD World's Fair
worked hard, long t' .Sunday our, monthly'' Com-i.
Wherefore tin
come out from
munlon .w1Ube observed. Our
,
nad tireless to make this daya
them and be Lt
pastor its expected to deliver among ye separate
success. She received the cooperation both morning and 'evening ,Ser salth the Lord, and touch Use Soenicruiser Bus Service wa
of two lovely co- .
not the unclean thing and 01
chairmen Mrs. Myrtis Thomas mons. Our get- well wishes are ; I
,
; extended to:Bro; Ned Jenkinsin will, receive you. 2'nd CorInth. J
Emma Hollis.
and Mrs. We weregreatly ians 6-17vs. (Greyhound or Trailway) Lo
Mt. Sinai .Hospital and to \
inspired by the mornIng .
little Albert Lee There will be early Morning 2nU .
, message brought to us by Wright, grandson '
Mrs. Maedon Bullard. of Dea. and Sis Albert prayer meeting held n t the All Expense Package Tours :
t The evening service, a musical Louis In Variety Hospital and church Sunday Morning June Le
, presentation was given by to Dec. and Sis R D. Williams 7, time 5 a.m. The Deacons vii
t the Mt. Olivette Youth Choir, grandchild in Jackson and all and ''Deaconess; will be in From 1 to 6 nights in New York City Un

b, along with such guest soloistsas of our other sick members Charge. Includes I
Hotel
welcome.We in New YorkWorld'
Mrs. Josephine Mallory, Me
Our revival meeting will begin
Miss Valdez Miss are so happy to have our 14
I Murray and ,
Fair
June 8 Admission
with
starting the NYC
Joann Storr. many visitors, you are always Sightseeingand zie
Come to church Have prayer meeting, the prayer ser- other features
the from
The chairman of day your vice will $9.85 up
begin June 8, and con ShMi
Faith lifted.
like to extend her
would heartfelt thanks and appreciation tinue,for a week, time of prayer Round trip from Miami to New York by Scenic Bus am
-
to the many prominent ST. PAUL AME CHURCHThe meetng 8, to 9 p.m. The Un
ladles of the community preaching service will begin Un
$68.70
whose behind the scenes efforts Women of St. Paul AME June 15 through June 26,. tor,,
! are evidence of our suc Church, Coconut Grovel Cordially Rev. W M Boyd of Albany, l linj
cess. Many, many thanks to invites you to their'20th Ga. will be 'the revivalist. You Get detailed brochures and make reservations atNorth's 17,
I committee chairmen, captains Women's Day Celebration, 'Sunday who heard him in our revival lol
members and friends. May fr June14th.. 1964. The morning last year know he is a gospel ont<

add: ,speaker will be: Mrs. .Lee preacher. Come one, come all Travel Bureau
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l' The fairest rose in the garden Etta Thomas. The evening' and hear this wonderful man of the
God. Address '760 NW 53rd St.
. of life speaker will 00Miss.. ,Sylvia ,
Is the fellowship of friends; Ginwrlght.",We _welcome ,you to, out
Time but glorifies its beauty a day of Christian fellowship Charles C. North, manager wh
.' With a fragrance that never M J"s. Hattie Jackson chair- Best Method to Sell! the
Gar
ends. man, Miss. Daphne Roberts co- 1104 NW 3rd Ave Ph. FR 9-8451 It
Rev. I. C. Mickins, pastor; chairman Mrs. Joetta Robinson,
Mrs.. Rose Pottier, publicity. secretary I Try a Classified Ad the

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Union Trying To Organize Summer Fun In THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

SATURDAY JUNE 6, 1964 PAGE"11
Town At The


Waterfront Workers? YWCA. "


Teddy Gleason, president of Northwest)Summer' program at the SPEED QUEENZSZBDCCC
the International Longshoremen YWCA Center begins
Association, said Wednesday on Monday, June 8th. Day CARLOAD SALE
four union men have invadedthe Camp activities for girls and NEW 1964 MODELSSPEED
boys G and 7 old -
Miami 'waterfront to orga- ,t yrs. will bo
nize workers. held Monday through Friday
\Ve can't do anything to improve D a o A Fun Club for Girls and one
----a I
conditions until contract for Boys 8 to 12 years will QUEEN
negotiations September 30," he meet three days a week. Their HEAVY
said. "But we've got to work activities will include Games,
Crafts, cook-outs ,,,, DUTY
out our problems now so we roller skating -
don't have real trouble when a4 singing, uotingo and WRINGER
the new port (Dodge Island) ) others. Junior Misses will In. HEAVY WASHER ,..
opens." volve, the 13 and 14 year old DUTY -
Dade's docks are a major girls In Sewing, Charm classes, AUTO :.
trouble spot for his union, Glea 'basic cooking and outings. 79.95

son"Most said.of the problems: on Mi vjrj77 will The have Summer Co-Ed Club I $179.95 1 and
ami docks come from non-union its first meeting on up
luggage carriers Tuesday, June 16th. This
working on
cruise ship piers," he said. group School is for Jr and Sr High and up Also Rebuilt Washers
young people. It will
The organizers are workingout meet regularly on Tuesdays ---LI r All makes $69.95
of the office of Judge Hen from C-o up
derson, international vice presi : : girls and p.June m. Twelfth grade EASY CREDIT TERMS
grads are> in
dent and president of the ILA's
Miami local 1416. vited to take part in the sum- STOP BY FOR FREE OFFER
mer activities 0 f the Young REBUILT WASHERSOF
Contracts with Miami ship Adult Club as they relate
ping lines and stevedore com- Rev. Gibson the Homestead Air Force Base to OPA-LOCKA, Inc. MU 5-1504
SpeaksAt
panies end September 30. Glea For further information 1290 AH Baba Avenue Opa-Iocka, Fla.

son said. St. Augustine's l please call the Northwest ,
"We don't want anything dif YWCA Center, 034-2651.
ferent for Miami. We want a CollegeS Y-Tecn Splash Party Situ Dance
fair wage for the people who The Senior High Y-Teen Painless Office Treatment of
do the work, and we want the on the topic,'! Club will i sponsor a splash
work to" bed one by union "Whom Shall We Send, And' Party and Dance a t Manor RUPTURE o PILES .
members. Who Will f Go For Us?", the Pool on Friday, June 5th from
Rev Theodore R. Gibson, an. 7-10 p. m. Proceeds will go towards Rectal Diseases, Varicose Vein, Pro
BEAUTICIANSEND ardent alumnus of Saint Au6ustine's sending two delegates to state-No tort tim e-DI.c-ard TruMUpon
Correction of Rapture Reducing
and Rector of Christ the Georgia-Alabama-Florida
STATE Episcopal Church, Miami, held Y-Tcen Conference to be held DR. LONG'S CLINIC Blood-Urine Tests .
MEET IN TAMPAThe his audience spellbound for at the University of Florida In 1141 S.W. let 8t.-PR S-2T48 A general health serHesI
more than 30 minutes at tho Tampa, June 22-28.
Orange Blossom Beauticians College's Baccalaureate service
Association ended its successful Sunday, May 24, 1001. "In our It?. .1
25th annual conven- times our enjoyment of afflu .
tion In Tampa witn the electionand ence must go hand in hand, I
installation of new offs with our war on poverty. I
cers. Mrs. Catherine Ross, Blood and money are not all
Unit 1 of Tampa president; you have to sacrifice on the
Mrs. Florence All, Unit 14, altar of life. The south knows
Pompano, 1st vice; Mrs. Thom- that the fight to hold on to END OF SEASON I
asina Dorrell. Unit 60, Jacksonville her way of life Is a waning
2nd
vice and Mrs.
losing battle-at best a holding
Louise
Dupree, Cocoa, 3rd vice. action," stated the prominent
All other incumt>ents reelected
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for two terms. minister, educator, and civil
year

The state workshop had Its rights leader. CLEARANCE SALE
hest clinic under the directionof "You have lien prepared to
Mr. Julius with Mrs. Dazelle go. I trust that you will con-
Hills of Detroit, president of tinue your preparation cone -
the Hair Dressers Guild of th tinuing your training by test-
National Institute of Cosme- ing it In the laboratory of ex-
tology ,as guest artist. perience. The Christian life
moves on. to try to stand still FASHION
Convention highlights: The Is to be left behind. Do not' HIGH
Educational Program with win- be a spectator be a partici! .
ners from "I
Jacksonville Unit 3
first prize andprize pant. When the call comes,
; Daytona Beach, "
"Who will for ? How

Catherine, and Ross Tampa, chairman.The 3rd. .Mrs. will In this you graduating answer go ? You class us who start-are I 100 % Human HairWIGS

speaker for service on L ing today are joining tho
Sunday night was Mrs. Marjorie countless number of graduates
Guest at Beulah Baptist In who will represent this instltu-
stitutional Church, Rev A. ion," he said. I
Leon Lowry, pastor.
To the graduating class, the
Jobbers and manufacturers Rev. Gibson offered these t
Beauty Supply So., Nu Tress words: "As you leave theso
and Snap On; Mary's Wigs of sacred walls, you have an obligation -
Mary's House of Beauty;; Ehle to yourself and your
Florida Barber and Beauty Supply parents. The parents who gave
; Persulan, Nulox, Soft Style
you an opportunity to preparefor
by Epic; Mrs. Bessie Dix Unit 1, the vicissitudes of life
president Technician Velvet through education. You can't REG. $149. 00
trait Touch, Orairol and Roux; Por- be any more than your par- Our stylists, Miss Opal King
of a Queen and Fiesta of I'
ents. You can not go any higher -

p.m.hair at and the clothes Armory. fashions, 7 r participator than they as of go.right You now are in a 50 and Mir. Arthur are in our wig

The queen's lovely, the set- this civil rights struggle. Nobody 69
ting beautiful; Mrs. Tommle is going to give you any
Lee Herring Unit 46, Sanford, thing. If you don't participateand salon to help you with your se
was crowned the new Miss be satisfied to be a spectator
OBBA by the out-going queen. you will not be any bet-
lection
First trunner-up was Mary ter off five years from today demonstrate how to
Lopez, Unit 5, West Palm Beach, than you are right now. When FREE FITTING .
2nd, Mrs. Juanita Campbell, the question Is asked, "Whom
Unit 55 Miami: 3rd Mrs. Rosa shall we send and who will go handle your hair piece and suggest -
Lee Towles, Unit 3, Jackson for us," you are the best people AND STYLING
yule and Mrs. Ruthie Kleckley, to volunteer, concluded tho
Unit 8, Orlando. speaker.An FREEBLOCK many ways it may be styled

Featured fashion models we4f> honorary Doctor of Laws

14 Mesdames, 1. Pearl Hardy, Unit degree was conferred upon COMPLETE WIG SERVICE
Lauderdale
? Frajr.
;; Agnes Reverend Gibbon. STAND
23, Belle Glade; Gertrude
Shlpp, 23, West Palm Beach and
With Etch Purchase FINANCING
Airs. Aileen Scott, Unit 7, Miami AVAILABLE
; Mrs. Wilma Dorrell of loved president, Mrs. Maine I
Unit 60 and Mrs. Lucille West, S. Wa don, who courageouslyled
Unit 55, Miami, were commenta- the organization for 18 I
tors. in competitive hair styling years. She promoted the
Mrs. Beulah Jackson, Unit growth and an educational department VOGUE BEAUTY FAIR
17, Ocala' first Prize and Mrs. Instituted the work- '
Iola clinic to advance the
Porter shop
Unit 17, Ocala Be<>
one! knowledge of Its members to
keep abreast of the changing
The Presidents' Banquet with trends In the profession. This
the chosen 25 was the most year she resigned from the office 231 N. W 9th StreetPhone
outstanding with the silver and of president.By .

Garden white the beautiful formal as the gowned and perfect exotic women setting.Bush in the body a ,,resolution Mrs. Waldon passed ic ,now by 379-6610 Open daily and evenings till nine

it en mer1t.us. ThD session
was breath-taking In its preQ
beauty as 51 presidents and closed by forming the
the members of the associa- link. The convention is slated
tion paid tribute to our be-! for Jacksonville In 10C5. .

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
I PAGE 12 SATURDAY JUNE 6, 1964

CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS

... ALBERT .

Mrs. Virgina Major, of 1316
IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn NW 4th Ave., died May 28. A
native Miamian, she Is survived
of
In daughter sad but loving and sister.memory of sad memory of Deloris loving(Pally memory) Porter and by her husband, James; 5
our
Mrs. Lillie Mae Lawson sons, 2 daughters' mother and
who departed this life May father, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
3. 1963 and June 3, I960 respectively Williams' ; 4 brothers and 1 sis-
We love you, but God ter. Services will be held Saturday
loves you best. 2:30: p.m. in ,the chapel.

Your Children and Family
Clarence Jones, 4.51 N.W. 16th
St., died May 27. Remains were
IN MEMORIAMIn sent to Valdosta, Ga., May 30
Loving Memoryof I for services and burial. His
mother, Mrs. Sarah Green; 1
9 brother and a sister, survive.

LIIIgn : Hardwick Edmonds, 6380 NW
ffA's 20th Ave., died in Mt. Sinai
B Hosp. May 31. Among his sur
B. & a R VIiTr vivors are his widow, Lizzie; 2
daughters, 5 sisters and 5 bro.,
# Arrangements: are Incomplete.

to F Retired Key West Mrs. Lucille Jones, 16501 NW

18th Ct., Opa Locka, died 1 n

[b i !i11 1 Nurse Dies in Sleep Jackson will Ue Hosp.conducted May 31.Saturdayat Services -

Funeral Services 'for Eloise p.m. at Bethany. S.D.A.
DAISY LEANORA GREEN Butler Reynolds will beheld Church, Elder R. L. Woodfork,
MISS LORENA ASHE who slipped to the Great Beyond Saturday morning at St pastor. Her survivors are husband -
June 6, 1962.!) Peters Episcopal Church in Rufus; 5 daughters, Mrs.
Who departed this life June Somewhere there's a bridge Key West. Mrs. Reynolds, the : Annie Ruth Passmore, Mrs. P.
9, 1961. It seems to have been: that all of us must cross leaving + ks rX' r daughter of Benjamin Bulter Mildred Vickers, Miss. Bertha,
Just yesterday When God saw those who love us to facea and the late Susan Bulter, expired BettleJo and Joann Jones; 3
fit to take you away, the plea. sense of loss. We cannot think 1 n her sleep, Saturday sisters, Mesdames Willie P.
sant memories of you lingeron of them as dead who walk morning May 30, 1964. Her Miller, Jessie L. Hixon and
since It's true you've real. with us no more. death was a shock to her many Alberta Manning, 1 brother,
ly gone, Sleep on our loved Along the path of life we tread relatives and friends. Raymond Ellison, Jr.
one, and take your rest. We'll; They have but gone beforeTo ,Mrs. Reynolds is survived ,by
always love you, but God lOves that home not made by her husband Robert, father Benjamin .
you best. hands Rachel Reeves Bulter, of Key West Slater RANGE .
The Master has preparedA 1885 1063 Inez Adderly of Miami,
Mrs. Leasher Ashe Mother
and Family. place for me Requiescat in pace ? Brother: George Butler of Denver Melvin Williams, of 2124 NW
And when He calls Colo., and a host of rela- 152nd
The Ter. died May 29th. His
Family ,
I'll meet my loved one there. tives and friends.
survivors include his wife
: ,
Mrs. Edna Culmer. moth
IN MEMORIAMIn Harlle McKenzie,' brother I IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Ruby Williams; 2 sons; 1
Daughter; 1 sister; and 1 bro.
loving Memory of remembrance of my dear FRANCIS Services Saturday, at New
IN MEMORIAM. son, Mr. Charles M. Smith whodeparted Bethel Baptist Church, at 4:30.:
1 n loving memory o f g m y this life June 4, 1061. Mrs. Marion Forbes Cooper,
R i dear and our loving sister. Gone, but not forgotten. a pioneer Mlamlan of 1338-A James Dean, of 2440 NW 162
"When the day"of toil is done NW 4th Ave. died June 1. Ser- St., died May 29th Mr. Dean, a
When the race of life is run vices will be held Saturday native of Georgia, had lived in
Father, Grant thy weary one 3:00: p.m. at Mt. Olivette Baptist Miami for 32 years, having
Rest for evermore.;"' I. Church with Rev. I. C. come here from Montezuma,
kt We Jove you, but Jesus loves Mickins officiating. Remains Georgia. His survivors include
will lie in at her home 2
y mx kx you 'best repose daughters, Mrs. Norma Hall
Mi.T. Nettle Smith, Mother beginning 10 pjn. Friday. Survivors and Miss. Emma Dean; 1 son-
i Timothy Smith, Father include six daughters, in-law, Mr. David Hall 1; other
Charles Maxwell Smith, Jr., Mesdames Ruth Parks Minnie relatives, Messrs. John and Edward
r' tson-r and Family. Clarke, Marion Arlnah, Vera ;Flowers; Mrs. Bondell
Thompson, Bessie Johnson, a Stuart, and nine great-grand
teacher in the Dade County children. Funerallzatlon will
IN MEMORIAMWe School system and Miss be conducted on Saturday,
4 .
.. Yvonne Cooper; a son Theodore June 6. at 1:00: PM, at the Mt.
the family of the ate Enis Burrows, a sister, Merman AM E Church, with
WILLARD DANIELSwho Mrs. Ella Smith, a brother, the Rev. S. L. Gay officiating.
tB departed this life on June Robert Forbes 21 great grands
5, 1960 wish to express thanks and other relatives. Dave Turner, of 3231 NW 48th
r and appreciation to those who Street, died May 30th. He is
shared our sorrow. MRS. FREDERICKA B. survived. by his wjifcv: Mrs.
',.( His life will never be for- Green of 365 NW 10th St., apt. Martha Turner; 3 daughters,
j} "' gotten for the hearts that loved 7, died May 29. Services will be Mary Parrish, Louise Pitch-
him deeply and the ones that Saturday 1 p.m. in the chapel. ford- Bertha Wallace; and Sa-
SEDGWICK "Train" ROKER will never forget. Remains will be on view in the rah Times; 2 sons, Earl and
who departed this life June 5, Mrs Georgia Hadley, motherMr. chapel beginning 3 p.m. Friday. Isaac Turner; Funeral services
196 Sadly Missed by all., Benny Hadley, father Survivors include a sister, Mrs. will be held on Saturday, June
t :, MRS. FLOSSIE GARDNERWho Mrs. Margret Steen and Husband Sophie Cargill and several 6. at 10:30: AM, at the First
I i Mrs.. Lauretta Sands, Mother departed this life June Rev, Steen. other relatives and friends. Baptist Church of Brownsville
J 1 and Family.; 3, 1962. Sweet are the memor- with Rev. Davis ,
2 1 officiating.
I ies that never fade, of one we
J loved, but could not save, A
: broken link we can never,, re- roLln ra Simmons, of 1630 NW
CARD OF THANKS place. But our God in heaven 58th Ter., died on June 1st In

;,k Y The family of the late, Who knows best took her hometo Orlando.old Elnora, the 8-year-
rest. daughter of Mrs. Lala R.
:-y C Robert Gardner, Husband Barnes and Henry Simmons, is
i Anderson and Screen Family survived by her parents; 2 sis-
C: Vera, Ann and Henrietta Sim-..
n. IN MEMORIAMIn mons; 2 brothers, Larry and
a : Mrs.
,
Cafirr
t, 1 Memory 0 f our belovedone B a Simmons and Mrs. Mel-
, c.| $ vine Small; and 4 aunts. Ser-
: vices will be held on Saturday
, aig June 6June 6., at 11:00: A On
re' "1QW rZ Hnmapfiof'' Range Funeral

j + Retr. A. C.
'FnrM Mozelf officiating.

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CO ARLESTER YOUNG '
an MR. The' King and Queen for NW 14th place. PrIncewas
ad wish to express their grateful 1904-45{) : of Dcoble.- Playland I Charles Reese, son of Mr. and
T k thanks to their many friends Nursery and Kindergartenwere ,Mrs. Arnold James Reese of
,,for the many acts of kindness crowned May 15. Crown- of 818 NW 55th Terr.
Is shown them during their be- edrklng was Valance) Selwyn The parents of Debbie's I
TUS '.r,:'. !ti reavement. Every expression Clark; son Hof .Mr. and Mrs. Playland wish to express their
z.. ':"" ..". tlwas most sincerely appreciated 'Maxwell (Clark; ; of 1337 NW appreciation to all their friends
WflB f and,filled a heartfelt need. MRS. DELL BROWN 24th Court. Crowned--queen was and neighbors. who helped themIn Licensed and Insured
f who departed this life June 7, Adrian Perry, daughter of Mr. putting this' affair over. By City and County
; Mn J May God's blessings attend I 1962. May she always be rnembered. and Mrs. W. 0 Perry Sr., 4805 The public is cordially invited -
i Is t you always. NW 24th Ct. Their attendantswere to attend the graduation Service phone FR 9-8685
Richard Brown Son Princess Karen Beatrice, exercises June 12 at Salter's
Moat sincerely,
Mrs. Sarah Smalley and I I G. M. Rodgers, Sister Moore daughter of Mr. and( Chapel, Cor. 48th St. and 27th FREE ESTIMATES

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I FOR SALENO THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

CLOSING COSTS 2-bedrooms I SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1964 PAGE 13

Florida room, enclosed
front porch, garage, awnings, FOR SALEBEST NO QUALIFYING. Like new.
stove and refrigerator. Price is Beautiful 2-bedroom CBS with
$9,500, $300 down, $77 month. LOCATION In Manor 2 full bathrooms. m a c h bed- '
Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. Park 1 block from school and room has Its own entrance and
PL 9-4371. Open Sundays and buses. 3-Uedroom, 2 bath CBS. its o w n beautiful bathroom.Flat .
evenings. Tile roof, Fla. room enclosed tile roof, wall to wall clos
front porch, garage. Freshly ets, large built-in kitchen,
I NO CLOSING COSTS. CBS duplex painted Inside and out. Price is awning windows, etc. A bargain -
I 2-bedrooms each side $14,000, $450 down and $86 I at $12,500 and $85 month.
I tile roof, appliances. With $000down month. Life Realty, 4032 NW 7 I Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave.
you can live rent freeas Ave. PL 0-4371. Open evenings 'PL 0-4371. Open evenings and
the monthly payments are and Sundays. Sundays.
only $89.75, FHA terms. Life
FOR SALE Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL
FOR SALENEW 9-4371. Open evenings and Sun-
AREA!! Beautiful homes, OPEN SUNDAY 3 to 0 570 days. What About Wigs?
very few left We have a bfeflU* NW 49{ St 3-bedroom CBS
ty. LIsteh to this! 3-bedropni with beauty Corner, enclosed garage FOR RENT '

home large, plus lot -a large in a quiet pool, area.plusa ditioned storage, loveliest room home, air on con-the OPA-LOCKA Att iA. Furnish.ed Why not consult your beautician?

All this for only $91 month, block. Total $12,000, only $300 or unfurnished, 1-bedroom
which includes everything. and $81 month pays all. A. Ben. apt., furnished, $21 unfurnished Your beautician can give you the true
Kori
Reasonable down payment I Realtor. nltes PL 9-5533, $15. 2-bedroom apt., furnished
5261 SW 57th Ct. We have key. days $25, unfurnished $18. Mick- story. After all who should know
inS Rental Agency, NE 4-0500.
Fenster Realty PL8770..
i OPEN SUNDAY 3 to 6 48l5 Indf better than your beautician?
NW 6 Ave. Beautiful location,
FABULOUS BUY. Small home, fine 3-bedroom, 2-bath CBS, LIBERTY CITY AREA. :3-bed 1'r-f1'* J13
only $200 down, move right in large Fla.
room, only $350 down room house. 22.50 deposit required -
no qualifying, $75 month. Callus for this fine home. A. Ben- 1-bedroom furnishedapt. -
for location. We have key. Korl, Realtor, nites PL 9-5533, $15 deposit required.
Fenster Realty, PL 9-8779. days' PL 1-2243.

DOWNTOWN AREA, efficiency,
HOMES FOR SALEFor
NICE FURNITURE. NO QUALIFYINGtlarge 2-bed- all utilities, $13 L 1-bedroom, unfurnished -
bedroom set, buhk beds, urge rt, $850 $10. Call Mickins Ren
double bed, formica dinetteset down, one mortgage, $83 month tal AgeHCy; ,NE 4-0500.
rugs, 3-piece section, and pays all. Quick possession. A.
the best CBS beautiful 3-bedroom 2-bath Fla.
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THE MIAMI TIMES MJAML FLA. of the bride, and Mr Gilbert oo. L3 a SS OO

PAGE 14 SATURDAY' \! JUNE 6, 1964 Fuller.Miss Thomas is a graduateof People
the College of Pharmacy at .
Howard University. Mr Simmons ".
B. S., Morgan State College t "
M. S. work at Catholic Places. f"I
University and is now enrolledin
the advanced program of the
School of Applied Science at Things
Western Reserved University.Mrs. .
Gloria B. Avery of Miami -
was also in attendance at aw Qr s saa

the wedding. THIS IS A TIME of year when We have been keeping up
I thousands upon thousands of with baseball, even after Jackie
young Americans are making a Robinson has retired and we
giant step forward In the pro- want to know just who Is this
',i k' cess of gaining an education. young upstart named of Billy

:; ,. Some arc being promoted Williams who has the audacityto
:f while be trying to compete with
,f ,,' t to higher grades
; others are completing 12 yearsof our Willie Mays in the hitting
>,:,1 learning the rudiments of department?
"
n : wy A a readln' 'riling and 'rithmetic
s # ;
Being a baseball fan, we are
and are about to launch them-
the most confused rooter there
selves in the higher echelon of
Is. The team
education.For Dodgers are our
yet we are on Willie Mays side
those who have reached hoping he would get back up In
their goal of finishing high the ,400 circle, but yet we were
: son, bride, groom, Emmett school and college ther is a mixture quite gratified to read where
I I Simmons, Howard Rawlings, of happiness and sadness. this Williams stranger went out
I Dennis Rlefer Happy that now they have the other day, had a measely
: completed a mission, but yet a nome run and three hits for the
lives In Cleveland, and Miss tinge of sadness they are Cubs and upped is average to
Barbara Gamble of Cleveland. leaving a circle of friendly fel .422!

All the attendants wore identical lowshipplng.
gowns of Jade satin panelsin There is also a bit of fear in Speaking about 'baseball (were
back from the waistline the minds of these courageous W''eO) we see where the Oriolesare
down. A satin band accentuatedthe youngsters., Parental apron up to their early season
bodice and extendto trick again this yar. They lead
empire strings are loosened and they
the satin, panel at the '. are literally on their own to the AL but when the chips are
i waistline in the back. The ma- face the challenge of the "out down and the last hand is aboutto
tron-of-honor's headpiece was Mr. and Mrs. Wilkie Demeritte side world." be played It will be the
made of silk organza, soft yel- Ferguson Sr. of Miami, announce I We have experienced that Yanks at the top of the heap.
the engagement of their They are now 5 behind.
l i low rosebuds with a matchingi mixture of emotions and the games
daughter, Miss Patsy Fergusonto And Imagine the Phillies a
I i face veil. The bridemaids wore
fear, also. We left the halls of
large Jade bows with matching Clyde Wellington Bain, the game and a half in front of San
I I 1 son of Mr. and Mrs. Wellington "higher education" eons ago Francisco!
!circlets of veiling attached. All
to fall into the of
only valley
Bain also of Miami.
wore soft yellow elbow length
I Ignorance We hope this won'tbe
gloves, single-strand pearls and Miss Ferguson was a 1963 the plight of these bright
: pearl earrings, gift of the bride, graduate of North Dade Senior young students of today Wo DON'T THINK we would
and matching Jade silk shoes. High School. She attended Mi- Congratulations, kids! make a fair-minded sports writer
I I Their bouquets were made of ami Dade Junior College because there are sportswe
Although we glad to
are seethe
soft yellow rosebuds and yel- where she majored in business wouldn't even mention. in
low net ruffles with cascades progress these kids are column. Take for instancethe
education. At she is employed our
f present
I making, Uut yet We dread to
of yellow satin ribbon streamers.
Inndy DOO
car race.
sports
as a medical secretaryat
think of this mob of teens and
Mt. Sinai Hospital We think this particular sport
umpteens loose on the local
I The and and its related arteries
groom, groomsmen are justa
ushers wore formal tuxedos Mr. Bain is a 1961 graduateof society! If you drive a car you
grown up, dangerous, drag
will know what I mean. Wild
Mr. Emmett (Simmons of Washington Miami Northwestern Senior race Sure, it's money in it-*
: D. C. High School and Miami-Dade I chillun boldly asking for you
I' brother of the big prizes are offered and It attracts *
I groom, served as best man. :I Junior College. He is now em- I to run 'em down! No mango or a large crowd, but we
Ushers and ployed at the Greater Miami other fruit trees on private
'A"I, groomsmen were:
I Howard Rawlintfs' Dennis Rei- Jewish Federation as an. IBM property will be safe! Parents can't see it! And the kids who
fer, sterling Wallace and C. Joe I operator will once again begin to worry get into the ring week after
Clem. A summer wedding Is plan- about the whereabouts of their week pretending to perform the

I The mother 0 f the bride! ned. I 4 energetic youngsters. Some will "manly art of self defense* and
drown in rock pits, rivers and
w o .r e an aqua lace over satin I get their Brains scrambled. Self
dress, shirred at the waist and oceans.
I with scallops of lace at the II But casting off our pesslmls-! destruction.
neckline sleeves and hemline. Attention the attitude we still say: Shake,
IShe I kids, you did A-OK!" Before we begin to seem stu
wore satin
matching shoes
I and purse and an agua floral Home Owners pid and have sports fans and
hat. The mother of the BEING a fellow who can our ertswhile sports writers
groom
wore a n apple-green satin I I r For quality building discuss intelligently anything and fans down our throat, we'd
sheath with a lace bodice, additions and remodeling from Bach to Bock (I'm quite better leave this phase of reporting -
matching satin shoes and bag sure" bock Is a beer and I'm
and a hat with fruited buds. I PL 4-0655 equally sure Bach is a noun to the "experta.
Both wore white gloves and NO DOWN PAYMENT like, "This'll bring you back!")
their corsages were of yellow I we are ftonna Infringe. on the
cymbidlum orchids.Outoftowners From $5 per week sacred grounds of our sports A Classified Ad Will PayOff
FHA OR BANK TERMS writes, Messrs. Armbrister and I
attending the
Harry Spear. in Big Dividends
wedding Included: Mrs. Lizzie I
Releford grandmother of the Fla. Room Kitchens ----,-- ..... ........ ,.,., _....-------
'bride, Miss Jackie Bell, close Bedrooms -, Bathrooms
friend of the bride, and Mr. Carport
Garages
Thomas all of Miami. Miss JET 'TV CLINICHOME
Gloria Stallsworth of Miami, Awnings Fenees
who now lives 1 n Clevelandalso
attended, Mr.. B. Harris of News Realty, Inc.
Hawkinsvllle, Ga., Mr. and Mrs (BUILDERS 'DIVISION) SERVICE ,CALLS $1.00
L. G. McNeill, Dr. F.
McNeill, Mrs. Jones Taylor Carolyn of '4740 NW 7th Ave. Day or NightWe

? Washlngto, D. C., Dr. Richard DroP .
i E. Johnson II of Paulsboro, Service All Make* of

N. J., Mr. David Fuller, cousin HI-FI's and STEREOSWe

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OSSOFER Opens MondayAt Aged, On Open Mike I SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1964 PAGE 15 j

SAYS: last the time for the long Open Mike with Hendrik J. I : --
awaited JESCA Summer Camp Berns, will discuss "The Prob- Gardenia Club Corine Anton. When the club
..._... .
'
.
& ; lems I went into their
of Our social hour
--- program Is here. The starting Aging" next Sun- ,
There tire those Who1 Would time Is Monday June 8, at 8:30: day evening from 7 to 9 p.m. Meets Mrs. Lowe celebrated her
have Us believe' that certain a.ni, Guests will be Circuit judge The Gardenia: Club 'recentlymet 25th Anniversary with a
don't Harold Spaet Michael Sossln at the home of Mr. and lovely dinner which was en
ethnic strains of man have al So delay! Register today and Phil Sahl I Joyed ,by both
Mrs Robert Brooks and was members and
wSyd beeil separated; They at the James E. Scott Com )
As usual, the will guests.
eveii qUote the scriptUred ,to munlty Association or call: PL program entertained by Mrs. Pinkie
come live from They all
the | exprobsed them-
8-4791 Hampton Lowe. A beautiful
PL 4-2320 OX was
a th t.t would be or poem
good them House. read by Mrs. Catherine Not- selves as having a wonderful
for to read history t6 JE CA's Summer Day 1.S'H2'1 evening and hop G d Mr and
tage.
straighten their thinking and program included Pre-
Mrs. Charles Lowe will have
children
ages 7-14 and adults After the
meeting
a Happy
ers 3 to G
grade
scriptures correctly. ages ;
more happy
and senior citizens. many years.
I Birthday was sun Ig to Mrs.
An example. white disprove* 1iIor
their racist beliefs can be found
1H the book, "The Crusades/'
by Henry Treece. historian atid
teacher. ,He writes "After 300d
years of nilgratlori, conquest
and reconquest, colonisation.
trading-settlements and, military lIMO]
occupation, the Idea of
any sort of racial purity among
the Mediterranean peoples must
he forgotten: any "Egyptian".
wight hav a f d! hip 1 ancestors
Libyans Cretans Hittites, Macedonians .
and Romans t d j 5757 N.W. 27th AVE. PERRINE SHOPPING 6483 TAFT ST. MON. THRU SAT.
few. Any
name only a "Persian"might TIL' 9
be ,part Indian, ,Greek, MIAMI CENTER W. HOLLYWOOD
Jewish arid Egyptian. A man 635-0736 238-2901' SUNIO 11-6
living In Rome Itself might 945-O381 .
have Etruscan. Greek Carthaginian

blood flowing, Gaulish! In his and veins.Egyptian. The

dwellers along the sea coast of .. OMPLETE12 PC LIVING ROOMEYER
Palestine might well add Ara. .
blan ancestors to tnls collectionof SmVn '
( '
stocks. The Islanders of Sicily -
must have been a complete N" ,%
flmalgan of all .Mediterranean II i
peonies; and later on In history ': \ II
both Turkish and French blood BEFORE! R
were added to the mixture.
What Is certain Is that by Christian ,
times, most men living ,
about the shores of the "Mid. *
die Sea" looked alike; that is,
they had become Mediterranean 1
"dark-whites" and It would
have been difficult to distinguish /I
on alone .
appearance between
'-"'-
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a citizen of Rome and "
one of Damascus or Alexandria." 41'l :: '
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Mr. Treeoe's opening state
ment reveals that the various 1 DELUXE SOFA BED ,
ethnic groupings of man Inter- i- 1-ARMCHAIR, "
mingle when brought together. 2 STEP TABLES
If this occurs In a single area, 2 FINE LAMPS .

the what entire then world will is happen brought when together 3 FOAM THROW PILLOWS

as it must be in this ..3 WALL PICTURES4pcFOAMSECTIONAL:
age of swift transportation and
communications?
1i
Constant intermingling will
enable us to recognize our oneness
causing the phantom of YOU GET IL1II
"racial purity" to fade away i
Into the nD l'\ln.rrness It really V.1 PIECES
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Sphinx Civic Club l_ .. a ROOMS OF

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Observe Pilgrimage N ,1. FURNITUREINCLUDES
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The Sphinx Civic Club observed .- > LIVING ROOM
their Annual Pilgrimage < i,: .I"-.1 BEDROOM

this year, at Mt. Zion Bap DINETTE
tist Church, on Sunday May 17,
where an inspirational Ser-
anon was delivered by the Rev. h
Edward T. Graham. MMILUTOIUUITMTION cM h

It has been the Custom of t p
this group for many years to REVERSIBLE'CUSHIONS
observe a 'igiven Sunday of the ZIPPERS I ..'
year as the day of Pilgrimage "
when with their wives and SELF DECKED
members of their families they COMP (.16.!.'
Breakfast together, worship as

and the a chosen church .- PLATFORMROCKERS
in afternoon feed -
their many guest with a lavish
dinner at the home of a mem
ber.

This year the home of the 33I
'president, M r. Alexander
Brooks of Bunch Park Drive,
'Opa Lacka was the site for
this occasion. I 13

The preparation and serving
of the food was performed by 1 ...
the members, with the wivies
:as guest along with the Invited
:guest, Relaxing and enjoyinga
very pleasant evening. Onward
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= wants a soft touch or a win. THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.

Doesn't someone have to
lose? Gone are the hustling PAGE 16 SATURDAY JUNE 6,. 1964
t, managers who look for work _ t
SpearingWith and are willing to gamble with
S their charges. As matters stand
around here, there is only one
battler who is a throwback to
the old school fighter. He Is MAINEBuilding
Sports Jerry Powers who is always
ready. Never asking against
By HARRY SPEAR who or how much. Just where Corp.
and when?
WEST HOLLYWOOD
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Boxing manager' Lou Black,
AMERICAN PACKS THEM, 'IN who in his younger days under
PAN the handle of Kid Black boxed
such great performers as John- HOUSINCSPECIALS I
Monday, July 1 before a packed tory making high seas show ny Dundee, Benny Leonard,
house. The. knockout ana aboard a luxury ship on Saturday Eddie Anderson, Johnny Cur-
TKO's thrilled the crowd, Although one has to go back to tin, Patsy Cline and a host of OF THE WEEK
the bouts did not last the 1930's and ,the early fortiesin others from 1900 to 1021, has
long. In four rounds Jerry the annals of boxing to find an oddity to :report. In the 5th
Powers stopped Winston Greenein a like pattern. However at the round of a nip-and-tuck battle
the final round by a TKO.Lou time aforementioned, this teaming with the great Leonard, a fan 2210 SW 48th Ave.
Ritchie Smith stopped I activity took place In cities showed him a copy of a local
Wooten with a badly cut eye of a few million: population and newspaper with the sport sec- Brand new 3-bedroom. Paved carport. Largo lot, landscaped
which needed six stitches, In 6th a better, such as New York, Chi- tion giving the result, a decisive sidewalk, electric kitchen. $350 down $85.75 per month
hard fought fight. In the Los Angeles and other win for Leonard and the
round.the A fight distance which of 8 expectedto rounds. cites of like size. fight_had five more 'rounds to 4320 SW 20th StreetBrand
go go. Cute eh!
Porter Rolle KO'd the hard Talent was plentiful and I new .3-bedroom, screened patio, snrved drive, carport,
punching Jimmy Beasley In matchmakers had no trouble An encore is In order of last tile bath, mien kitchen, built-in range, central boat
the first round.. Rolle Is the filling out a card. In this area, Monday night's main event
best looking prospect since the the talent Is limited and the featuring Sammy Burgess and $350 DOWN $89 PER MONTH
Bobby Dykes days. Main eventof matchmaker finds ,himself the I Cassius Ford at Pan American
ten rounds Perfecto Garcia under-dog to both the fighterand Arena. The boys waged a close LUXURY! LIVING IN HYDE PARK!!
won a TKO over Eddie Mc- the manager. Bouts that Interesting battle all the way 4331 B.W. 28th St. 3-bedroom, 2 tile baths, mica kitchen,
Keever In the first round. look good on paper, fall by the with Burgess just a hairline screened patio, oversize lot, porch, central bent, landscaped
Eddie needed a number of wayside because ,everyone winner of a split decision PER MONTH
$500 DOWN $05
stitches: 'Ito- close a' cut' on his l I
eye. The commission doctor ALSO CHOICE RENTALS FROM $11 PER WEEK
the
was kept Busy: stitching
Live in West Hollywood. Just minutes from Miami on
boys
up.
FORD REALTY SPECIALS!!
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In the Orange Sun High Seas
results Charlie Skoch TKO'd 1-4701 NW 15th Avenue: Open house, ideal location schools and shopping.
Willie Haley in the 3rd round 100% BANK FINANCING
Scatter Hawk Dixon TKO'd beautiful 2-bedroom home. $500 down.

in the first and OFFICE
Joe Rodgers
Mad Dog Johnson TKO'd Tony. 2-1480 NW 55th Street: Large 2-bedroom home,
Norton in the 5th. fenced in. No qualifying. $500 down. Move rightin OPEN 9-5 DAILY ,

nk Kaplan, past presidentof 5724 Pembroke Rd. W.'Hollvwood.

the World Boxing Historians 3-4001 :NW. ,,19th.. .Avenue:, Big, big. ,house.,- Excellent IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. CALL NOW
Association and present secretary : I' .
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and historians. \L.
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