The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 13, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00167

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BE ENFORCED IN MIAMI ; King, 17 More Jailed :

4 Federal AgentsTo deflcenclea in treatment of Ne- share of federal money are ....For the 14th time Dr. Mar- white man pushed through the I
groes. Falling that, we can resort I' roads, urban renewal projects tin Luther has been arrested crowd of newsmen and ordered
to sanctions If necessary.All large apartment buildings and and jailed in civil rights King out of the way.
Check ProjectsOn federal buildings. protest. This time and 17 white They were charged with tres-
contracts projects receiving I
on -
and Negro demonstrators were
federal assistance Wise Wise said, no contractor has passing and conspiracy to
Monday a drive will be arrested Thursday for trying to break the law.King's .
started in Miami to Insure said, provide that there will be yet had a contract canceled because eat in a segregated restaurant
equal Job opportunities and equality of opportunity In all of Job discrimination "loffg' hot summer"program
treatment for Negroes on federal respects on employment and "but several companies have iDr. King fulfilled a promise to Integrate this city
l Construction projects. treatment. The agents will been notified they were no he made Wednesday when he has led to violence on ,previous
check Into such matters. longer eligible for government arrived in St. Augustine to leada nights. Marching along the traditional -
Four agents will be assigned Projects to receive the major ,work" desegregation drive. route from New St.
to Miami to work, with contractors Paul's Church to the Old Slave
and ,unions engaged In fed King and the restaurant Market symbolic target of
eral or federally assisted projects owner, James Brock, were polite the drive the demonstratorshave
L I with each other. The only twice been attacked by
incident occurred when a whites.
"We want to make sure that .." ;"",',' -- t I

there is no discrimination ,., ., ,.
Wise against, spokesman Negroes for," the Malcolm Presi ."" ,"..",.,,>'t. Legal Defence Fund Receives Big BoostNAACP

dent's Committee on Equal ..::. ;' I
Employment Opportunity said. ,," 1 :' II "'I"" .....iIF.t. GETS $500,000 GIFT

Miami will be headquartersfor :' "

a Southeastern region extending .,. "' ...,. Announcement of an anonymous
to Mobile, Ala. Other w\ gift of one-half mllllor
cities which will be headquarters dollars the largest single contribution Florida Legion
for their regions include \ ".,... in civil rights history I
Atlanta, New Orleans, Chicago, '\ was made last week by Jack Still
Cleveland, Dallas, Nashville, Greenberg, director-counsel o f SegregatedA
New York, Philadelphia. and San the NAACP Legal Defense proposal t; eliminate a I
Francisco. Fund. special district for Negroeswas

"Miami has 512 million dol- Founded by the NAACP, but turned, down by the Florida
lars In federal construction con now separate and apart, the Le. American Legion conven-
tracts a very large volume," gal' Defense Fund serves as the tion Saturday in Jacksonville.
Wise said. legal arm of the entire civil The plan would have changed ;
rights movement.Its the, present arrangementwhich
"Our first aim will be to 'get' divides tho state Into 11

commitments to" correct, any attorney represent the geographical districts, but i
Association, CORE, SCLC, places all Negro, posts in a
; SNCC and others ,seeking civil special. statewide district.
"Not Election rights. *' The Negro post, under the
by proposal, would have been 'included Jf
Mr. Greenberg said the gift In,.the, aeo raphical, districts -
Alone" is TopicOpen was made in anticipation that ,'In 'which they fell x '
"tens of thousands, who will The thousands of Negro vet-
Mike with host Hen- presumably be arrested i in erans in Florida have never
drik J. Berns will discuss future non-violent demonstration Joined the American Legion
Dr. William B. Stewart, president Bishop;Hatcher and Dr. Stew.
"NOT BY ELECTIONS ALONE of Edward Waters College art will ,play key roles in the *; will need legal representation because of its strong segregated
." next Sunday, evening \ Jacksonville, welcomesthe I massive expansion and devel- ." pattern.
from 7 to 9, p.m Guests will Rt. Rev Eugene C. Hatcheras opment program which is
be: Miami Vice Mayor Sidney ,chancellor of the Institution scheduled to get under way,
Aronovltz; County Commission. Bishop Hatcher was recently later this year. Bishop Hatcher;
er Tom O'Malley and State Rep. 1Y
assigned as presiding prelateof came to Florida from the 3rd'
Robert Shevln. the African Methodist Episcopal -. Episcopal District of Ohio, West''; U
will 11th District and chancellor
As usual the program
Virginia and Western Penn l-
come LIVE from the Hampton of the church-connected
II ouse. college., vania.DEMOCRATS. rw

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a continuing effort to further *

( the cause of better community
Ir "recognitionhe: Dader !

County ,Youhg,Democrats:,have'

launched a voter registration 1
drive/to place the huge nunvber

of ;unregistered. Negroes. 'on.
the books;
";,Afo'.e. ..
recent young indicatedthat "

the Negro has become of Nelson ,Adams, 'well-known He served two years as- 'president '
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-Two-Coconut Grove 'school when,Go>David scampered homein age politically here In Dad e educator and civic leader, has I of the FCEE and recently
represented the county at the
County and across the state of received the Franklin Federal
maids, Mrs. Minnie Lee Smith the 10th to make'them a National Elementary
and her sister, Mrs. Eloise Robinson winner. Mrs. Smith ,was, BO excited Florida.An Savings and Loan association Council Minneapolis Minn.
beam as they: receive she fainted. distinguished service award for
checks for 11185.80 last week Later in the payoff office she invitation has been extended his work as chairman of the as- Adam' resides with wife,
and two children
when their numbers came in said: to all organizations and sociation's advisory council. 4QOO
NW 15th Court. Mrs Adams :
.. the FJaJ er Kennel. Club's "My' brother-in-law gave us persons who are Interested in Franklin. Federal president, has ,'been a school. teacher, for ,;f(
nightly twin; des hIe. the tint two numbers .. -. andI enriching the community po Bill F; Miller, presented Adamsthe 22 years. ,
during a recent council
Mrs. Smith resides at 137'Fla. don't know bow we got the litically.A meeting at which Adamswas Franklin Federal Advisory
Ave., and Is employed at the others. I'm" too I excited to remember re-elected for a Council members for 1904-65 In
David Fairchild Elementary planned county wide meet- term and 1964-65 council one-year elude Rudolph Bradley Nelson "
School. Mrs. Smith lives < Grand Drive and School works at do with her half of the bonanza, I to be: announced next week. Franklin Federal It located at Adams, Cliff! Baker, Sgt. Jesse :'J
Olympia Heights she declared: "Whatever. my I the comer of NW 3rd Ave. ,and N'.J. *.Taylor, G. P. Cole- ,
The two had been playing mother wants me to .\, that's This announcement was released 10th St.Adams. man;Clifton Dyson,,.R.; C., Cole- ;
8-1 qtilnieia combination with- lust. what I'm going to''do;with by Kenneth Williams, I principal. of ,Dunbar man, Roosevelt Denard, Marion l j
out success but held out $2 of 11*' president Dade County Young Elementary School Is deacon, Shannon, I C. MIckens, Ellen :'
7; their betting money for the Names of the' greyhounds Involved Democrats and Father Theodore at St. John's' Institutional Bap Heldt. Dennis Smith, Sue Harris ,I Ji
twin double. They bought a In the tilt Church and lifetime Mack
payoff were Jovial a member Dr,, George Simpson.
single 'ticket on the 84-1 Mac, Coax. Bo's Ann Howo Gibson, president Miami of the Florida/ Council on Darkley and Rev. Theodore R. 1 J I
combination! in the TD and ,and Go David;: Branch NAACP. elementary Education: fFCZE! ). Gibson. I
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Callle Bradwell. 20 tripper service is being elim
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. tor. Do you agree? Bethel COLLEGE and STUDENTS con- inated.

PAGE 2 SATURDAY' JUNE 13 1064 STANLEY (Sweets) SWEET- tinue to arrive for summer vacation I OSCAR WEAVER of Little
York these studentsare
In New
ING is vacationing among Super Market has his mother
City taking in the wonders of Phyllis Lane, Morris I I, visiting 'him while his wife is
the World's Fair. While there Brown; Faye Williams, Indiana; I I In Cedars of Lebanon for minor
he is enjoying the hospitalityof Charlie Mae Smith Betty I 1 I surgery.
his brother and brother-in- James, Bethune; and Carlotta
law Brenvllle Roberts andArthur Rhetta, Spelman. I I IMir. I I BISHOP and Mrs.\ WILLIAM
and Vincent de la Pena. A. BALL are spending some
w. ..f.ff a JUT WELL WISHES to Doris \ and :Mrs.: TED PLESSY. time In Miami visiting with old
.Hutchinson. who is convalescing (Nita) celebrated thir 21st Plessys wed. I friends. Bishop Ball has been
at home after undergoing ding anniversary. The in to' assigned to the AME diatricUembodying
surgery at Christian Hospital. had their many celebra-I Mississippi, and
join In the Louisiana.
DOUGLAS POMPEY: Is vwfr( tion. Congratulations and best
excited and thrilled as he packsto wishes for many more years of I BLANCHE CALLOWAY hasa
in New new time for her "Progress
Mrs. GRACE WYNN, manager here. Don might be back In No- spend the summer happiness. Report" on WMBM,
with his father, program
of Liberty City Cafetorlum, vember for a concert with the York City REMEMBER::\ :: "Doug",. formerly It's now heard 7 a. m. and 8
Ts:: ill In Christian Hospital University of Miami Symphony Fred Pompey. at tho Atlanta Life Ins. p.m. Monday thru Saturday..
:room 44B. We wish her a speedy! Orchestra. LA CHANGE HARRISON of here in Miami? for the life of I ROSCELLA DAVIS becahlc

:recovery.. MB. and MRS. CECIL BRICE North Dade Jr-Sr. High School : me, can't rememWer his first the bride of Rudolph Levarity
left June 5 to attend the name but 'twas good to say at St. John Baptist Church Sat-
GEORGE PEARSON, NYCpOl1cemanh (Larona) of Phoenix, Ariz and on week whilehe
him last
Nathaniel Hender- their charming little daughter, National Convention of the hello to June 6. The teachercoupe
NHA New Homemakers of was here for a few days. I will leave this weekend
e Transit Authorityand Anna Maria, are In the city vis- (
Fred Pompey of the Port iting Larona's parents, Mr. and America) in Houston Texas. METRO TRANSIT Authorityhas for summer school at FAMU
Authority of NY are visiting Mrs. Sidney Troutman. Six other girls from Florida accompanied announced that they have WELCOME:: BACK home to
Miami. Mr. is visiting her on this trip. I Increased schedules to .10- Mrs. Clementine Hamilton of
Pompey AFTER NINE DAYS of rain the rush hours 1490 NW 58 St. who
his children, Yovnne, Patricia Among the school mnrnis nt- minute during returned
and Douglas grandchildren of storms: called scattered showers tending the summer session at and 12-minute base scheduleson after a brief vacation in Val-
of Chris and MarieWareham. by the weather bureau, the Florida}' A and M Universityare Route 21 for Improved LIb- dosta, Ga. along with her son
sun is a most delightful visi- Evelyn Johnson, Geneva erty City transportation. Route Rev. Cecil Hamilton and wife
friend Carl Durrah, have left
the Magic City for Dayton,
Ohio after spending a short va
cation with family, friends and
relatives.Mrs. .

per of the Goombay Bowling' TLA
Lane Coffee Shop, made a recent
visit to Nassau. She was
accompanied by Mrs. Dorothy
Thompson and they both report -
having had a very enjoy-
able tlm'e. Mrs. Garland was

Bowling the guest Lane of the while Palm there.Dale 5757 N.W127th AVE. I PERRINE SHOPPING 6483 TAFT ST. MON.10'TIL. 9


thune-Cookman MAXINE with RANDALL honors from, graduated Be- 635-0736 I 238-2901 945-0381 I SUN i 11 i -6

College on

NW 13th St. received his engineering -
degree and Charles F1.
Johnson, 3100 NW 49th St. his
B. S. degree from Howard Uni- .f
versity in Washington, D. C. yi "
this week And did you know
that Howard awards 20 differ- .
ent degrees from B. A. to

Announcements are in t h email
of the December '63 marriage -
of the Charles Ho-Klngs.
Viola H. Htggs.: Mr. Ho-King +

from Los Angeles, a career r t
Navy man, Is taking his brideon
a belated honeymoon to
Europe BV the time you read j. .-i*.
this the happy couple will be *
taking off to spend the summerIn
England Germany, Italy.
France and other European
points of interest. The couple
will make their home in Miami.
RICKS JR. (Mary Yvonne) are
cuddling an 8 pound boy, Steven SIMILAR TT(
Van born Sunday at Mt. ILLUS. "";
Sinai I Hospital.

Charles Hadley and Sumner
Hutcheson will attend a Demo- !
cratic Party strategy meeting in you get
Washington on Saturday at the i
Invitation of National Party 2 Foam Bahama 1 Lamp Table r' + < /
Chairman Butler. The group Lounges t> |
will visit at the White House 2-54' Bolsters 6 Throw Compare at
after the sessions. 99.95
DON SHIRLEY the sensational 4
pianist- is visiting with his

.brother'- Dr. Edwin Shirley 4 Pc FOAM SECTIONALS !

mfg. (we can't mention his name) was DANGEROUSLY

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ments degrees Florida A total for will A&M off complete graduation 01 University candidates require-from June for \ ( Police Nab Two In .Holdup //1 I IA

13, according to Edwin M
Thorpe director of admissions gunman and his partner 1 of 258 NW llth St., in the right II
and records. were not half as smart li they arm and right,: leg.
they were Friday
These studying during thought The other Uindit, Rayfield MT
students when they held a man and
up ,
Jones, 21, of 2016 Lincoln St.,
the first half of third tri- took $70 from his billfold
mester will receive their degrees 46 ran from the
'i- The victim, Nathan Mayhue, block
on August 7, at the sum. ) of 1521 NW Gist St. was stand but was grabbed a half
mer commencement exercisesof away by Lt. Willie Nicholsonof
3rd Ave
an alley near
the armed
the robbery cquad,
and 14th St. with his hands in
who had been talking to Offi-
Miamians the 04 are: the air Officer Myles Wells saw
among /# cer a minute before and
Norma J. Dwight, Martha L. iC' the robbery and jumped out of who had heard the shots.
Reese; Lila C, Cobb Michael 13 his squad car.
Duncan Franklin D. Major, "He pointed his gun at me Reed and Jones were charged -
and Naomi D. Shorter; Opa and fired twice," said Wells with armed robbery

Locka Frances Young; Miami '* ,4_: Wells then shot David Reed, 24
and &. ,4 -
Scottie Mae
Lonnie Lankfordh' y of I I a( .. "' )'; ,.1'''' Mrs. Ora Lee Brown of 1301 Free X-Rays in

Miami .. ,,,. NW 45th St. was Informed today HOW Tim CHURCHES ,I
.J> that her daughter, Shirley
"N, Jt \, Jean has been selected for enlistment CONTRIBUTED TO THE Liberty City !
;19 i. i :<; by the United States i
;r.L- I .....;,, ;" u1U\V ".';,i Air Force selection board in CANCER FUND Free chest X-rays will be
f available on the Christmas Seal
San Antonia, Texas.
Dade Dy churches, pastor
ti t tx Miss amount contributed Mobile Chest X-ray Unit of the
Johnson, the Iovel) The quality control programof Dade-Monroe Tuberculosis and
: iM daughter Iltviuln,of %Ir md Mrs LcnnM the Air Force requires that Mt. Zion, Graham $75 Respiratory Disease Association
Johnson 1&I15 NW 162nd young ladles be competitively Mt. Carmel, Bradley GO.00 for all Dane County residents 18
hns beena'rOWne(1 selected bv a national board. St John Johnson CO.00 years of age and over, at the
St. ltd., ONt-1jockn New Providence 30.57 following locations: :
Miss North Dado nt Miss Drown became interested
Mt Tabor Brown 3500
her school May 8. in the program because she Ebenezer Hall 35.00 Thursday, June 11, Associated
,Is convinced the the USAF offers Christ Church Gibson 25.00 Grocers of Florida Inc., 6695
Uremia is a member of the combination of educa- NW 36th Ave.
a i Friday, June 12.
Hospitality Club, Pam Club j Hlonal opportunities ;and interesting St. Mary, Tanner 25.00 22.31 I Hours: 1030: a.m. 1:30: p.m. and
New Jackson
Thespians, Athletic Association, careers that Is unequalled -I Macedonia 2.30: 5:30 p.m.
Counselors, Ycnr- St. Luke, Wllllams 20.75St.
Boy and Girl Now Horn croakers anywhere for today'smodern Mathew, Clark 20.00 I Monday, June 15 James E.
book Staff ambition young$ woman. Open Door, McDowell 20.00 Scott Homes 7226 NW 22nd Ave.
It* to of become n rcgtatercd nurse Shirley Jean was graduated New Hope. Sims 20.00 Tuesday, June 16. 1 to 1 p.m. and
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ifrom Booker T Washington Antioch, Foster 18.01 p.m.Wednesday
.High School in June of 1063 Bethel, Ross 17.10 June 17 Liberty
YWCANEWSYWCA and has been recently attending First Baptist, Macon 17.00 Square, G300 NW llth Ave., and
I Dade Junior College. Zion Hope, Freeman 16.31 Thursday, June 18.
I Miss Brown is a member of Mt. Olivet, Mickins 1500 Hours: 1 to 4 p.m.' and 5 to 7
BOOK: REVIEW 'the YWCA and is president of St. Mary 15.00 p.m.
The Book Review Committee ',the Young Adults Club. i iI St. John (AME) 14.16 Friday June 10, Victory
of the Northwest YWCA Centre, New Mt. Moriah, Shipp 12.00 Homes, 620 NW 75th St.,. 1 to 4
Miss Helen M. Dorsett chairman I Mt. Net*> Murray 11.20 p.m. and 5 to 7 p.m.
Scott, is very pleased to invite the public Williams and Church of God, Cohen 10.00
Miss Rubye Laverne to attend the June review.. ; Bethlehem, Wiggins 10.00
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alston Rev. Theodore Gibson will review Friendship Jenkins 1000 AnnouncementThe

J, Scott Sr., of Coconut of the Book: "Black Man's Hayes Wedding Temple, Thompson 7.00 Liberty CUty Branch
Grove, received her America" by Simeon Booker St. Mark, Wade 6.20 NAACP invites the public to
arts degree from Talladega ex- on June 19 at 0 p.m.8 Mrs. Jean Hayes and Morris St. Paul, Kelley 000 attend its Sixteenth Anniversary -
College at commencement Miss I Williams were married Tues- Mt. PleasanthSmith 5.00 Sunday June 14, 3 p. m.,
1. is Washington
ercises Monday, June Mr. Booker at alt. Tabor
Mt. 5.00 Church
day night April 20, the double ,
lan- Publications
Scott majored in modern I Bureau Chief of Johnson :ring ceremony was performed First Born, Marshall 5.00 1701 N. W. 60th Bar.t.

guages.G. W.SHe Carver Is a High lOGO School.graduateof brother (of Ebony Mrs. and Carolyn Jet)B and. Holland a- by the Rev! J.. R._Matthews at Wallace 2.00 Richard H. Powell, President
of Mrs. White.
director or tne | me Regina -
'The bride was given in marriage -
Northwest YWCA Center. her brotherinlawCarl
Alliance to MeetThe His new book is basically a Samuels by of St. Petersburg.
Greater Miami Ministerial reporter's book, a story of what ,Other members of the party IJ
,. has been done and said and felt
Alliance will hold Its second were Mrs. Marie White, Mrs
annual "Report to The People"on by many people. I Patricia Clark, Mr. and Mrs. ', .
Monday, June 29, at the June 1 was the publication 'David Reese of Birmingham' : I( + $ J
First Baptist Church In Opa- date of "Black Man's America" Ala, Mr. and Mrs. John Butler,
locka. The invitation was extended It was sold out in Washington Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker
by the Rev. W. J. Ma- I at its debut. Silver offering and After the ceremony an elaborate ::
con and his congregation. Last refreshments. reception was held at the

year ,the report was made at ,home of Mrs. Ruth Butler, r i4 N.w, a R.S..wJ aW.nR A i hau
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the Bethany Seventh Day Ad- SUMMER; TEEN DANCES where a large number of friends
ventist Church In Brownsville Junior and senior high school were in attendance. The Williams !-
The Rev. F. Fairfax Savoy has young people are invited to attend reside at 4000 NW 24th
been chosen to bring the annual the summer teenage Court.
sermon. dances. The first will be held I'
Friday, June 12 from 7-10 p.m. -- -
The report will be read by

Mr. Savoy is the minister of the Girls aged 11-14 years can 3-droom hour
Grace Presbyterian join the Junior Misses Charm
Music will be furnished by Club which will meet for four NORTH MIAMI BEACH
three choirs from as many of Mondays, beginning Monday,
the churches In the Alliance. June 15, 1:30: to 3 p.m. at the Deposit Required
feels keenlyits NW YWCA Center, 5100 NW
"The Alliance to the peopleof 21st Ave.' Girls will be concerned MICKINS' RENTAL
responsibility who give It with care of the hair, skin, AGENCY
Dade County
must the personal care, clothing selection -
substance. make-up etc. Call the
Alliance It must share give a with unique Its constituents G31-2651.Center for further information, NE 4-0500

Is being attemptedIn
their what behalf" was the statement -- -- --- ---- 1If:1I: ::_............. .....-.....=---__
of the Rev. Edward T.

Graham, president of the body. Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE

North DadeRecreation

,Center .,
I' .' *, FOR

The spring program came to STYLES FOR ALL AGES
an end May 30 with the Knights I
being champs o the Adult Basketball The Very Latest in Men's Fashions

League and the Steelers SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
Both championship -
were runnerups.'
tams received Individual ITALIAN SHOES

) trophies. ,944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida

Start The June summer 15 0 a.m.program to 5 p.m.will., -- -- -- -- _..... ..... -
week days and 7 to 10 p.m. o+aooom o+o

Monday Friday Wednesday nights., Thursdayand Monday Gals[ On the Go Need Milk Gals 0

nights league. See teenage Mr. Smith basketball Wednesday STAR MEAT MARKET f n the ,Go 'Need' Milk. Gals On the G

and Thursdaynights' r, o Need Milk Gals On the Go Need

4 being Adult formed basketball and two league haselfell is 1520 N.W. 62nd Street Milk Gals .On the Go Need Milk Gals I

leagues.Mr. Dixon.See Mr. Cambridge or ?R hL: On the Go Need ,Milk Gals On t

1 The program will. run from THE MARKET WITHE COURTEOUS SERVICE the Go Need ,Milk Gals On the Go '
the 15th of.June-to the 15th of
,August. It will consist of ma- -.- Need Milk Gals On the Go Need IV

,jor sports, minor sports, table all lilk Gals On the Go Need Milk '
games, archery, dance of Ga
'kinds, tournaments, sports day, Fresh Meat-Low Prices
trips and parites. For further Is' On the Go Need Milk Gals On t

Information contact Mr Car- __ 0 DAISY COUNCIL Of souls FLORIDA 11(4 ,
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1964 ter on Wednesday.{ Brownstein let it be known that the Carver YMCA Day
Federal law bans discrimination in public housing.
"As far as FHA is concerned, everyone is entitledto Camp Gets Started

an equal opportunity," he said.
Registration sUmmfer. '
Ferdinand Kramer, a member of the Commission on at the YMGA's Carver; rand
Equal Opportunity said the! best way to eliminate vio- is now open, with a deluge of

lence and "panic selling" when neighborhoods integrate, youngsters first two-week signing camping im 'for period the

H. B. SIGISMTJND REEVES, Editor and Publisher i is through education: exchange of information such as which started June 8.
GARTH C. REEVES. Managing Editor i the CRB is undertaking here. Stressing individual growth
"""_ The cold, hard facts are that reial estate values do with a view ta helping boys
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association and girls build stronger and
-" not depreciate when neighborhoods are carefully Inter> finer characters, the annual
SUBSCRIPTION RATES program at Carver, located at
ONB YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00.. FOREIGN $8.00 grated.The 5770 NW 15th Ave. balances
-- meeting seemed to have been fruitful. busy hours and rest,
Watered as Second dam Matter\ August 9, 102T at the Post Offlo' and playing, and learning=
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 CIVIL RIGHTS BILLThe boys and girls to develop encourages new
skills and become
Downtown Office: 1118 N.W. Srd Avenue Phone FR 3-2236 Senate on Wednesday, after 75 days of filibus- in those they more already proficient -
Main Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1-0421 tering, was able' to vote for cloture, at least giving the know.
NEGRO PRESS" Civil Rights Bill a chance for debate. The vote was 71-29. Any child 6 through earsof
"CREDO OF THE enroll
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead th, Now each senator will have one hour for debate on the age is eligible to for
one or more camping periods.
world from racial and national antagonism when it accords to bill. Each period Is for two weeks,
erery man regardless or race, creed or color his human and As was expected, Florida's Senators Spessard Hol- with' a total of five camPin
Regal rights. Hating no man. fearing no man-the Negro Press land and }periods: until August 14, said
George Smathers stuck to their
Crtvea to help eTerjr man in the firm belief that all men are guns, voting Branch executive ,C a 1 v 1 n
"WII't *. long as anyone is held back. against the cloture rule. Hughes. Hours are from 8:30:
Senators favoring the bill believe it will pass by the a.m. to 4:30: p.m. Monday thru

The surest way not to fail, is to determine to succeed." Senate within two weeks. When passed, the bill must be Friday be made Special for transportation.arrangementscan

sent back to the House for approval. Parents are asked to contact
OUR OLDEST CITYSt. The House passed the bill on February 10 by a vote Carver Branch at 445-6033 for

Augustine: the nation's oldest city, now boasts of 290-130. Therefore, we can expect little or no delay, further information
or can boast of being Florida's worst as far as race relations : in the House approving the measure.

are concerned.
Recent rioting and beastly treatment of the city's Attention
Negro population seeking a better way of life by demonstrations -I 3 Bedroom CBS 5 Years Old Home Owners

and other legal means, pliaice Florida in the For quality building

same category as her sister. state, Alabama, and oithers. $620 DOWN $86 MONTH PAYS ALL additions and remodelingPL
The authorities seem to care little about the reputation of 530 NW 47th TerraceOpen 4-0655
the old city if it means giving Negroes some of the rights
withheld' from them for lo these many years. Sunday 1-5'p.m. NO ''DOWN PAYMENTFrom

Gangs of white men and youth attacked white and Priced'! at only $12,000 and worth much more, very $5 per week

Negro marchers with fists, kicking them as they marched modern, built-in oven and range, large kitchen and FHA OR BANK TERMS
two abreast on a downtown sidiewalk. When !the police dining area, formica sink top, natural finished cabinets -
armed with clubs arrived, things quieted down and and! doors,, terrazzo floors, awning type win Fla. Room Kitchens
,the marchers returned to the church from which they dow, all rooms are large, ,plus utility room, tile win Bedtrooms Bathrooms
dow sills. Carportes Garages
came. See Mr. Chris and let him Awning Fences
Sunday show
Police with tear gas and police dogs, halted an angry, it : you how
stone-throwing mob of white men on Wednesday. night; isjto.own DICK lovely home. No closing cost. News Realty, Inc.

The, Rev. Martin Luther "King, whose life has been BROOKS, Realtor (BUILDERS DIVISION)

threatened, is in St. Augustine and expects to be arrested. M.U;. 8.6638 Nights: MU 17740tltJTJ.lfJf'A'.lfJf'J.K.iTiTTlf:1Y'yy 4740 NW 7th Ave.
He was considering making an appeal to President now

Johnson to send federal marshals to the city. __,..,..________ _
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The mobsters:? in St. Augustine are also attacking reporters --UJr..lI..II..x.a.-4UJl-4! ...lJ.41.Z q f
and, photographers. They don't mind disgracing

their,city, but object to seeing pictures land stories of their
behaviour In (the newspapers.In ir
Z a
the end St. Augustine will find that it is better to w

together.say !to the" Negro leaders, "Come ,now, and let us reason ;t'NEWCAR '

Negroes pare now march-minded. They are not break-
Ing the law by peaceful demonstration. Many white
people lave< participants because /they believe the battle f::,r .;.
for rights being waged is just and it will be : \'tt
a one a suc- 'i i" ....t',. .
cessful one $ -. ...",.Mi.; ..., \ .,,
: .J$;;; .01'" ;;J '"', '"!
.Summer the, time,for, fun. .:;::;;:::: ..,>>J' ".""." :" t ")

Yesterday:our' public 'schools- closed and thousandsof

our; children :are now! free' to ;romp., play,' swim and '
?; amuse ,themselyes, otherwise.. ;|. ''' .... GOT THE
Naturally,..there 'arc \silmmer'aebk' olo, and hundreds / FEVERWe've ?
'will be attending, endeavoring:make up deficiencies: :

or to :take some special course.Either- one is commendable ='

.y: got the cure!
Then there' will. be'-soine 'vacaiionlng with relatives< .

and friends in and out of the city; It's just good old, sum-! i A low-cost, easy-payment car loan from "'" ,

mer time. Lincoln :: i t
Thousands' of teachers not+ engaged in teaching or National I

attending summer school will enjoy this time out of the
classroom They will be traveling 'here and there. Manyno 1. Shop around for the car you want. '
ptlbt wild!! drotrln
joy our home facilities' picnicking, swimming, and." recup- &t- Wa 2. We will okay loan
' orating Sentember and 'It's school your quickly
until comes agiain. .
and with
\ 'There ,will be many children 'with much spare timo.FdrHhese x no red tape. Our loan
: .';Ye Editor recommends the. YWCA; the YMCA rv + wel policy is very liberal we want

and theMagnes!! E. Scott Community,Association. 4 to make loan*.

At these plates they will find many attractions and 3. Interest
what Is'morexthey will be supervised.Let's l can be as low as 4l/8tf on

try. and keep las many off the streets as poq. a new car, aid payment for as :
sibTe.a "- "I'm J. D. Mack, head long as 36 months the lowest

Last of all, here's hoping that pupils and teachers teller. Just come in and payments possible. We also make

will enjoy their summer vacation, In whatever way theychoose. ask for m*, and I'll bo loans on used cars up to 5
** years
glad to help you. old.LINCO'LN .

While St. Augustine and some ,other cities in Florida
plus Mississippi. and Alabama* and some other states are NATIONAL BASK
fighting for theft privilege of eating In a coffee shop or'

restaurant, using public facilities such as playgrounds,
golf courses and swimming pools, Miamians who ore en. OF MIAMI I II
joying these privileges are now seeking integrated, hous-
ing. 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 759-4431
To this end, a closed meeting of local builders. mortgage ;
'bankers' and a representative of the Federal Hous- I Banking boon: fcSO 2 p.m. Monday Tuesday,We needs
ing Administration, Philip N., Brownstein, and Dade In order to open : 9t30 e.m..2 pm. and a p P. i
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SATURDAY, JUNE 13 1964 apprclated. +i
PAGE 5I First Baptist Church of
Failies at B.T.W.All Opa-Locka Rev. W. J, Macon, poslum will be sponsored by
Pastor. Invites you to worship Mrs. Lannie Sands Mrs. Manning -
students, parents and
Annual FAMU friends In the community are with them In their annual Youth Mrs. Martin, Mr Ralph
Coaching invited to participate I In the Day celebration June 14. Your and Mr. McKay, directors..
I Summer Recreation Leslure
Time Activities offered at r

Clinic Opens MondayThe munity Booker School Washington beginning Com-Monday I

800: June a.m. to 15 through 10 p.m. August at ROLAND Your HatterHas

20th annual FloridaA coaches serving this year. High The following activities will
and M University Football school coaches Traz Powell of be offered: Typwrlng, Art moved from Miami
and Basketball Coaching Clinic Miami's Carver High and Toney Wrestling and Weight Lifting, Ave.
gets underway Monday, June Mason formerly of Niles-Mc- Reading Band and Chorus,
15 with a first-class Swimming and Tennis Home- -TO-
ten clinicians. faculty of Kinley High Ohio, are the making Charm Fencing In-
prep coaches on the staff. Mason dustrial Arts Golf and Gym-
According to Clinic Director has since moved to Michigan -I nastic. Our other storeAT
Jake Gaither, the clinic is designed as an assistant coach.A ;
to There will be fun for the En
improve the
of coaching. Emphasis Is plac-' tire family. Call FR7-2531 for I
ed upon practice organization, more Information.
fundamentals of offensive and Classified Ad Will I iI
defensive football recent trends 122 Seybold Arcade
conditioning In the !game,, he and said.training and Try""a Classified Ad
Off in Big Dividends
The football section will begin For Best Results ESTABLISHED 1934
Monday morning June 15
and continue through noon -
Thursday, June 18. Palnleas Office Treatment of

spotlight Basketball/ Thursday moves noon Into and the RUPTURE o T r. PILES .

ends tions at will noon be held Friday. All sec Rectal DIIN!" ., Varicose VeJna, Pro
In the
air conditioned Health and ttate-No lost Urn e-Discard TraM LIB CITY
Physical Education Building. Upon Correction of Rupture ReducingDB.
LONG'S CLINIC Blood-Urine T...sIMS

basketball Slated for section discussion are varying In the 8.W. 1st Stv PR 3-2748 A general health HnIDe DRIVE- THEATRE22nd i I

offenses adapting defenses to
material, basketball drills and
demonstrations, and tourna- Ave. and Palm Drive-in Theatre.
ment preparations. Garland Pin- Central Life's West Palm Beach OfficeThe ''
hosier, head basketball coachat INTEGRATEDOX
Oglethorpe University, is Ally
serving as clinician for the 1.7959 22nd Ave and 69U 3t
basketball section.
Head Coaches Milt Bruhn of.. NOW SHOWING
Wisconsin, Jim Hickey of I
North Carolina John Bridgers I
of Baylor Gomer Jones of Ok-!
lahoma, Ray Graves of Florida, I
Charlie Tate of Miami and I
Assistant Coach Don Puoss of I pRA6 ,
Purdue are the collegiate ,ptoug

Peaceful Zion F
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The morning speaker forWoman's Palm. Ileach district office building located at 020 13th BARBARA EDEN IJ
Day at Peaceful Zion
also its district offices in Miami,
Street. Tho company owns
Baptist Church 2400 NW 68th
St., will be Mrs. Elizabeth Nash renmcola, Orlando, Lakeland and Bradenton. The conip-
Plttman principal of Poinciana an,'. program calls for ownership of all its district office.
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a SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1964 PAGE 7 I On May 25, the Phyllis Wheat-
,kf ley Art and Social Club met at
Start In the home of Mrs. Marina White,
JulyThree 51st Terrace and at that meet- I

;, Top Home Ecomonics ing the following dlegates were
"earn-whlle-you-learn" selected to represent the clubat
4rsr job training classes in Com- the Association of Colored
mercial Cooking,: and Baking, Women's Clulte at Ft. Pierce, ,
Automobile Mechanics, and Au. June 14: Mesdames Wilhelmena
Students HonoredOutstanding tomobile Body Repair are Sands, Marie Price, and Mrs.
a scheduled to start In July, and MCBrldch Mrs. White was a de.
j I two more Job training classesin ostess.
General Machine Operation
; home economics tor of the council. and General Office Clerk training On June 8 the club met 'at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. LlvIrvgston .
v students in southeastern Florida t
fl Among the winners were the are to start n Adderley, G730 NW'' 13th
August: It was announced by
schools are being honoredfor
.g. following: Veronica Washington Harry L. Tyson, Miami Metro- Ave. After a business meetinga
the first time this withan held
year Booker T. Washington Memorial Service was
x 4'; Florida Area Manager: for
award a gold charm- school, daughter of Mrs. Ruby State Employment Service for Mrs. Flora Strachan. Mrs.
$' from the Dairy Council of Foster 27CO N.W.; 55 st. Alice Estella Williams gave a few remarks -
A{ f on the life of Mrs. Stra-
Johnson Carver, daughter,: 0
Florida. .... Mrs. Anna 9 Hibiscus Tyson said that the local chan as one of the presidents of
One girl was chosen from st.; Doris Warren, Mays, officer of the FSES are signingup the club and a member for more
t daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II applicants for free Job training than 30 years, and of her
K each school. This Is part of the Reese Otis Warren, 0830 S.W. with pay classes now, and services to the community as \
youth recognition program of Interested people should con- a club worker.
Dr. Nathaniel Colston the Dairy Council of South 213 st.; Gloria Jean Smith, tact our offices or call 3772111for 1
Florida. Northwestern daughter of Mr. further Information.To The members were deeply t
and Mrs. John Smith, G231 NW moved Mrs. Marguerite EVer-
of The "We long have felt that re- 14th Ave., and Andrea Williams qualify for this free JoU hart and Mrs. Lucia Edden
cognition should be given North Dade, daughter of training, a person must be unemployed were pleasant visitors to the
Board these young women," said Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Willie B. Wil- J, and 10 years of age,:
Joanne Jack, executive direc- liams, 15901 N.W. 17th place. or older. To receive a weekly club.Mrs.
I IT allowance during the Job training Adderley was a gracious
Franklin Federal of $28.00, a person must be hostess and served a delicious
unemployed, 10 years of age or repast. Mrs. Cliette thanked Mr.
Savings and Loan i Rattlers Revise Grid ScheduleThe over, have three years previous and Mrs. Adderley for a de
work experience, and be lightful meeting in their home.

Association of Miami"In Florida A&M University Tyson the head said.of the household, The club also paid on their
Rattlers will play the Central CBS DUPLEXES Life Membership to the
State College Marauders of Wilberforoe Tyson said that the Commercial NAACP, James E Scott Associ
writing about Ohio here in Talla- ation was also remembered witha
Cooking and Baking class
Federal I discussing sub MODERN
am a hassee. The Rattlers were will start on July Gth, the Au- donation for one summer
which is close to (heart.
For my scheduled the Ohioan tomobile' Mechanic
to play $ and Automobile camper.
here within
our ,
Colston said, "wo have grasp the L tn the Tampa Classic in Tampa $650 DOWN will Body Repairman: classes Mrs. Wilhelmena Sands president
start 13th.
Oct. 31. on July Dates
means to end poverty in our have ; Mrs. M. I. Daniels reporter -
not been set for the two I
community forever. Central State has been replaced $27 Week classes to start In August, but .
"Booker T. Washington once Uy Benedict College of we are taking applications for
said "I do not believe that one Columbia, S.C., for the Florid II in I Bedroom, stove and nil the classes at this time. MT. ZION CHURCH
should speak unless deep downIn Classic at Phillips Field in
his heart, he feels convinced Tampa, Oct. 31, 1001, announced) refrigerator each unit, live liny. C. .-. Preston, Pastor
that he has a message to Gaither who said Benedict team I.in and other Holy Cross Church Woman's Day at Peaceful
deliver. When one feels from FAMU's athletic director, Jake one apt. pays Rev Frank L. Thus: Rector Zion M, B. Church will be observed
the bottom of his feet to the play the Rattlers at Tallahassee, mortgage. No qualifying, Holy Cross Episcopal Church Sunday, June 21. Our
top of his head that he has Oct. 10, 19G4, he said. located at 125 N, E.':: 35 St. .will morning speaker will be Mrs.
something to say that Is goingto The revised 64 Rattler schMl- I move in today. hold a clearance sale of Items Elizabeth Pittman, principal of
elp some Individual or some ule a s announced b y Coach from the Gift and Thrift Shop Poinciana Park Elementary
cause, then let him say It.: I Gaither follows: -e- on Friday" June 12 from 10:30: School
would then like to speak out Oct. 3, Lincoln Uni., Talla- a.m. .to 3:30: p.m. and Saturday
at this time for Franklin Federal hassee; 10, Central State Col., 3 Bedroom 2 Bath from 10.00: a.m. to 3.00: p.m. Our evening speaker will be
Savings and Loan Association Tallahassee: 17, Moris Brown All items will Uo reduced We Mrs. Rebecca Fisher of Richmond
," continued the respected College, Atlanta. Ga.2l; Tonne $450 DOWN have used clothing; for all agesas Heights Don't miss hear
doctor. ing these two great speakers.Mrs. .
see A&I, Tallahassee; and 31, well as many new things. Nettle Robeson Chair-
"Franklin Federal Savings Benedict College, Tampa. $23 Week There will also he a snack War. man; Mrs. Annie Ruth Parker,
and Loan Association of MiamiIs Nov. 7, North Carolina A&T, Come and Join the fun. Co- Chairman.
a unique combination of private Tallahassee (homecoming); 14,
enterprise and federal government Southern Un I., Baton Rouge, Built-in range, only $10,900 t -, r
managements givingto La.;; 21, Bethune-Cookman Col.
the general public an Insti- lege., Daytona Beach; and 23, total. Compare this buy and

tution :that Is sound, safe and Texas Southern, Jacksonville you may purchase this MAKE YOUR HOME
their Dec. 5 Blossom
secure a place for savings Orange -
; dollars and an excellent Miami (opponent to be home with no down pay
source for low-cost first mortgage named).
home loan financing. Here ment. See us today, it will
your hard earned dollars are WEDDING
held In safe keeping, guaranteed not last.TRIO.
to $10,000 by the Federal Mr. and Mrs. Adam Bazile of LOOK MODERN
Savings and Loan Insurance New Orleans, La., announce the
Corporation, a permanent agen marriage of their daughter REALTY
cy of the federal government.A Wanda to Elmer E. Hewitt of
portion of these funds Is Miami.
reinvested In the community in Miss Bazlle: is a 1002 graduate 801 NW 54th Street
which we live In the form of of Xavier University. Sheis
conservative first mortgage a teacher In New OrleansMr.
home loans. These home loans Hewitt is the son of Mrs. 759.8372 691-2868
give (good folks just like your- Frances Hewitt Dawkins. lie
selves the opportunity to live attended McAllister College of D&HNOW
In a new modern home by lend. Embalming New York, and la
ing you the funds In order to now an apprentice at (Range Off in Big DividendsA
purchase or build this new Funeral Home.
home. A June 20th wedding is plan Classified Ad Will Pay
"No longer will you be shifted _.1
from pillar to post just to find
out that you are not eligiblefor SPECIALIZING IN
a home loan. Now you have
the opportunity to get full con ED PUNTERVOLD INSURANCE -.-
slderation.: Now you will have
the equal opportunity actually,

preferential favorable opportunity home financing.to secure AGENCY, INC., OFFERS WINDOW REPLACEMENTWe

"The money you now
for rent may very well be used ,
in buying your own home and OPPORTUNITIES TO NEGROES
as your mortgage you
are actual saving because you tear out your old rusted wiridows

are ownership building of up your an equity home.in the Negro married) males between the ages of 25 to 50,

"For your savings and home who are sincere and present! neat appearance now and replace them with
financing needs, look to Franklin
Federal Savings and Loan have, if qualified, golden opportunity for earningsof

tance Association and personalized for guidance,atten-assis over $1,000, per month, to join the ranks as aft ALUMINUM, JALOUSIE or

tion. Franklin Federal, located Ordinary Professional Life, Accident, Sickness, Hos- I
in downtown Miami at the cor-
3rd Ave. pitalization and Income Protection Insurance Agent,
ner of 10th St. and NW
remains open till 8 p.m. Friday representing one of Florida's most progressive AWNING WINDOWS
evenings with dally hours from
0:30: and 3 p.m. agencies.The .
men selected will be trained and may continueto

Dugie's Guest House work at their present jobs, and if desired, work We do Alterations Repairs Painting

The house of unusual rooms part time a* a professional insurance agent. From 30

Open 24 hours NE 4-3851 ito 50 qualified Negroes, with average intelligence, Kitchen Remodeling ;

Seeing is BelievingSee residing in Dade and Broward County only will be r

appointed. Applicants are requested to contact Ed
for clean roo FHA TERMS
Puntervold Insuance Agency, Inc., 134 East 49th St.,

Jamaica. Dugie alwa f"" : Hialeah, Fla, 1% blocks West of Hialeah High Call HI 8-1119

friend School, phone 8884528. 4269472N

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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1964 A & Y Auto Sales house CBS
Dream 3-bed-
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i \\H AND AROUND THE BAHAMAS NW Philadelphia 55th Cot St.Claude, leaves to Clark attend today, 1042 the for WE 1482 FINANCE NW EVERYONE 36th St. knotty pine kitchen, car-

funeral of his sister. His address 54: Pontiac $25' down port, close to pool and) park.
'J aacaasfeftSWrMiss will be 609 W. Cliveden down
- -- - - 55 Chevrolet $75
Near bus and shopping.
Audrey Darling has returned observed In the Bahamas until St., Philadelphia, Pa. I '55 Dodge $45 down
home with a B. S. degree October 24 This is the second 55 Buick $50 down Priced right. Owner, Mr. B.
after completing a four- time that daylight saving was NOTICE TO CHURCH '55 Pontiac Conv. $35 down
year business course at Bene- Introduced ('n the Bahamas. It REPORTERS! '52 Studebaker $25 down Garvin, 1545 NE 152nd
dict College, Columbia S. C. was adopted on May 1, 1942, '54 Olds $15 down ,
She Is the daughter of Mr. and as a war,measure to conserve Thlp new deadline for getting '53 Chevrolet $35 down Terr., N. Miami Beach.
Mrs. K. S. Darling of Nassau fuel in electrical power plantsIn church news Into our office for '52 Olds $10 down
Street. Nassau and continued until publication Is TUESDAY noon. '53: Buick $10 down Days: UN 5-0566
Oct. 15, 1945.Miss All church reporters are urgedto Bad credit or no credit
cooperate. Church news Open Sundays 615 NW 60th St.
Norman's Cay, In the ExumaCays coming In later than Tuesday Don't walk! Drive with our
45 miles south-east of Elizabeth Martin, JE 1-6928
cannot be Nights
guaranteed for publication cars :
Nassau, has been sold by the daughter of Bishop_ and Mrs. .
Bethell Estates to William Wy- Stanley Martin of Nassau Village ::::::::= = :: :: I

coff Smith of Pennsylvania for was married to Nelson I h.ift: ",n,me "n .. '. . no... no.....m.'...'no." m.... n'n. mil.. m.... 111..'.. 111171-" { I.lIIV.lII.v.ljl.\.UI.\.LIl.\AW- I q ,4,
$1,00,000. The 900-acre Island iswithin Major, son of Mr. and Mrs. Q
three miles of High- John Major of Clarence Town, C C
bourne Cay. It has a 3,000-foot Long Island recently. The Rev. [C
airstrip, two landlock harbors A. S Colebrook performed the The Public is Cordially Invited to Attend The .
and an open harbor, a salt lake ceremony at St. Paul Baptist
In the center, .plenty of fresh Church, Nassau. E
and wild and
water games
miles of beaches. |
Fred N. Seymour retired as
Inspctor of Police earlier this
Only three relatives, includ- year after serving on the Bahamas Formal Dedicationof I
ing his father, Samuel Rolle, Police Force for 21 II
attended the funeral of the late years. He has been appointed I
Reuben Rolle who killed six clerk of the Supreme Court. He
persons Including his wife, is the second among the few c
then committed suicide after 'holders of the Colonial Police f
Injuring 6 in a shotgun spree. Medal for bravery, to receive it
Graveside services were con- while a constable.
ducted by the Rev. Charles Dade Branches
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SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1964 PAGE 9 I The report also asked the
-- Urge No ViolenceIn conference to include a resolution -
in support of an amend.
ulate Comrade district officers congrat a report from the Boardof ment to the U. S. Constitution MIGUT BEAT CLUB"Home
service Blount for his Christian Social Concern, making voluntary Bible read-
Broward ; during the year. OutgoIng the Florida Methodist Conference Ing and non-sectional prayer of The Stars"PRESENTS .
Kernell commander vas Post 5C93 meeting in Lakeland was permissible in public schools.
Dames .
County latIon. officer the install asked Friday to urge all "Violence is often mistaken -
Methodists to work toward for a means of solving prob- FRI. SAT. SUN.
News rIi"JeiBy elimination of violence in race lems which arise in human re-
a Mr. and Mrs. Gwendolyn Miller relations and other areas of lations' the report said. JUNE 12.13.14
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; i Rov. S. Atchison, Pastor I PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1964
\ Constancy Carter ReporterOn
j ej'i Saturday, June 13 the
fl.l Junior Church Is sponsoring a
: Beach Party. The tickets are: ST. MARK BAPTIST GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev.
I '. $1.25 for adults and 75 cents.
.. ", ..... for students. You" may get a 1814 NW 5th Court W. F. Savoy, pastor
:. ;, ...1 Rev. C. W. Wade pastor
\' "" 't',,1! ,I il ','" ticket by contacting any member Women's Day was observedat
\ ,i \ \ (WI" '" of the Junior Church. The Pastor and members of
1.. ,.
I T !' tt"i' tf .' Grace Presbyterian on May
) :. i'Ii'V3I* : i'I U'Ii ,,;, : The Pastor's Aid Mission St. Mark cordially invite the I 31, with Mrs. Nettie Harris as

U)li "; will meet here, June' 14, at 3:00: public to attend our revival I chairman of the drive.

.: : /i;:. p.m. Everyone is invited to this services, beginning June 15 The honor of raising the

g"l\\.t.. :. .,. ... : "lJ ,", ",;". .. ,' ,' ..... .....,''" ,' .' affair. through June 26, Rev. W. C. most money goes to Mrs.
t. '. .' I -." .. .. '.'C'.. .,; ." . ., .
Mamie and
revivalist.Let Carmichael wisn
'" Rev. Sims w 111 be at Mt. Edgar, we
>1:...:1:1:,; lnJ" : .. ; \ ;'/J""j''' 'Jj.:;' i. : "', Calvary Thursday night; June to congratulate: her. The chair-
us continue to pray for wishes to thank each of
,';< "/ 2ItUlf't: 18 for the benefit of Woman'sDay. man
,, ,,. .! and visit our sick and shut-ins. you for your splendid coopera-
li j'' m1 ." f J ; nlJ lt1 1 tion which made this drive so

.,_ -,.,.,..,. successful.The .
: , Confirmation Class will
Youth Take Over be confirmed at the 11 a.m.

.. -,_ .- .. ...--.." --- 'Service, Sunday May 14th.

At St. James Sundaypeople Day win be observed. The Sun-

J. B. Blacknel, pastor 31(55 N.W. 56th Strict day School will be in charge of
Bert Cooper, reporter Rev. Roscoe Jackson, Pastor the evening devotional program
Some time ago we had a vis Willie J. Beard, Reporter manisfest is a credit to at the 7 p.m. Service.
itor at. our church who was We wish to congratulate the them and the church.
amazed at the large turn out members of our church who
of our young adults and small graduated from the various This boast can be proven by PROVIDENCE CHURCHRev.

tots at Sunday School and schools: Andrea Williams, North t'A'1 A/ AR just coming to St. James Sun- C. J. Burney, pastor

morning service. Dade Alnita Jones, Geraldine day and see the teen and pre- Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter
This said to me, "I
person Slaton, Bennie Jackson and teens in action.
wish my church could attract Reginald Walker, Northwestern. The spirit of the Lord was
the younger people like St. To these graduates we The Chairman, Betty Brown high throughout the day Sun-
James does. This (meaning the say continue In the 'grace ofGod -4. and co-chairman, Alfred Scott, day. We are now in our revival
youth) Is really the backboneof and go on to higher edu- .: meeting of which the prayer
your church.: cation. Remember knowlege is [ along with the captain are meeting is already in session,
Ii) ,"
I readily agreed!! the key to success! [ ""t .'.j.1.. working hard to make this program the preaching services will begin .
So comes time now to }backup Sunday, Sis. Grltzella Perrin t i.;'- ',' a great success. Monday night June 15, at
James and ;
the youth of St. will be united In Matri- ;4l,
Holy I 7-15: p.m. You are Invited to attend -
prove of that the they church.are the backbone mony at the church at 4:30.: t::.,t !>j' >, With the help of our sponsors the meeting and hear this
is invited to Mrs. Ann Smith. Mrs. Esther
Everyone come >' great evangelist and powerful
Sunday Is Youth Day and they'
have been putting on drives to out and witness this ceremony. !\ lrf Scott Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Ger preacher, Rev. William Boyd of

raise a measly $600 for this day. trude Stokellng, Mrs. Catherine AlWany I Ga. The meeting will
To culminate their drive the NEW BETHEL BAPTISTRev. { ,#' Peterson Mrs. Thomas and oth close June 20. Address 700 NW

teens will sponsor a record hop Ernest Williams l' 4" 4; ers, we hope to reach our goalof 53rd St. Come one, come all to

at the YWCA on Friday nightat 1571 NW G8th Terrace, pastor F L; t 1 ,.' $600., help someone be saved.
8 o'clock. Of course these r ..." -
Christians will be twist- We, the women of New t" Miss Kathleen Hepburn, whois
young potatoes and having Bethel wish to extend our sin- the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ebenezer Methodist
a good time. We oldsters cere thanks to you for your ., Prince Hepburn, will be the
wouldn be able to keep up part In making our 7th annualWomen's KATHLEEN'' HEPBURN speaker for our morning ser- 1042 N.V.. 3 Ave.
with them but we can see :that Day a success. vice. She 1 san active mem- Rev. Aaron D. Hall, PastorE.
their tickets are purchased to Our personel thanks go to By BETTY BROWN ber in many campus activitiesly Ingram, ReporterThe
Mrs. Gloria Robinson, the morn- Church."
help them in their effort.
The talk of Men's Day is in Ing speaker; Mrs. Dorothy Bray- The youth of St. James AME church family dinner of
the air again. Captains received non, the Women's Day chair- Church will be in the spotlighton Miss Hepburn is a lOOt frad. last week was enjoyed by all
their "list" of members to man Mrs. Virgina Williams, the Sunday when they take over uate of Miami Northwestern who attended. Delicious hotfood
contact to contribute to this program committee chairmanand both morning and evening services High School. She Is a senior ot was served turkey with
money raising event. Mrs. Rosa Lee Harris, sponsor Tuskegee Institute majoring In all the trimmings and ham led
of the drama "The Curse of sociology. She is an active mem the menu. The food was well
Incidentally your reporter is Slavery." St. James boasts of the best ber in many campus activitiesand prepared by Mrs. Susie Morganand
a captain. He would like to Special thanks also to Antioch youth congregation of any holds offices In the follow. her committee. The social
the following to know this and No. 2 choir and St. Mary's No. church of its size, both in attendance ing organizations: The Young hall was beautifully. decorated
contact him and make a contr 1 usher board. and talent. Democratic Club, Social Science with Mrs. Louise Riley chair-
tributlon: An invitation is extended to Club, and the Tuskegee Im man. The hostesses were grac-
Gertrude Stokellng, Elvira you next Sunday and every The interest these young : provement Association. fully courteous to the guestsas
Gray, Ernestine Lane, Mae Sunday. We are always more they arrived and were seat
Williams, William Trent, John than happy to have visitors ed. Mrs. Willie Mae Finder ser
nie Mae Trent, Joe Williams, worship with us. ZION HOPE CHURCH 4N ren ved as chairman of the hostes
Nettie Lee Sweeting. 'wc aa

They told me that I missed a GAMBLE 5129 N. W. 17th Ave. ses.An
MEMORIAL appreciation
treat on Monday night. There lti program was
Rev. Paul Freeman, Pastor ; r"r "t rendered on last Sunday: night.
was a womanless wedding at CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST T chairmen of each auxiliary of
the church. A. C. Smith was 1809 N.W. 5th Ave. Elizabeth Jackson, ReporterOur the church expressed the sen
the charming bride, whille Elder. J. C. Jackson, Pastor ,timents of their organization and
blushing Cleveland Jackson was Nathaniel Thomas, ReporterThe services were spiritually showered the pastor and his
the charming bride, while Cleve- Annual State Youth high all day Sunday. Our pas :wife with gifts. Under the lead-
land Jackson was ,the groom. Congress will convene in Del. tor attended the union Meet- ership of Rev. Hall much has
Enough said! ray Beach, at Temple Churchof Ing. been added to the church roll.
God In Christ June 0 14.
ST. MARY'S W. M. Rev. W. M. Atkins, Mrs. M. Prayer meeting every Tues Rev. and Mrs. Hall and son
night for one hour. We are
day attended the
iDavis, Mrs. G. Gamble and commencement
Rev. HJ V. Stuart, Pastor 'Bishop. E. 'D. Johnson are asking all our members and s Lljbvd exercises of their daughter
Alias Dorothy Major, Reporter heads.; visiting friends to attend this and sister, Francinla at Clark

Sunday June 14, our children Gamble Memorial and Macedonia meeting.Let University in Atlanta, Ga., on
will observe Children's Day. Churches of God in ( for the everyone pray
The speaker for the day will Christ had Joint ''worship on sick everywhere. ) Tuesday where he will be In
be Harold Stuart. The public last Sunday, with 22 candidates attendance to the Florida An-
is"'invited to worship with us. for Baptism. Special Guests nual Conference which con
Parents are asked to bring who attended this' event were: venes at Bethune-Cookman Col.
Flowers In Honor of their child- Mrs. M. D. McSwaln District Vacation Bible 1 lege, Daytona Beach June
ren. ...l..1: Missionary of South Miami; 2-7 1964. Mr. James E. Martin

Sunday June 21. Our Children Mrs. S. Strong State Chorus OlivetteDally z and Mr. William H. Fuller are
School Mt.
will observe Father's Day- directress of Eastern Florida at .. : ,delegates;' from the church. We
-.i unfair* are looking forward
Elder and Mrs. R. Johnson. to the return -
our speaker will be the of
Father Theodore Gibson.son The The Feast of the Lord was on Vacation Bible Schoolat MICHAEL ABRAMS 'of the pastor and his fam-
climax of the day will be hi"h. Elder Ira McCall our I Mt. Olivette Baptist Church, fly
a assistnat 1450 N.W. 1 Ct. of which Rev.J .
mustical pastor delivered the JBTjW ValedictorianIs
and speakers from ; Choir No. 2 will
have charge
for the occasion. C. Mlckins, Is pastor will
the ( message \ f
graduates of B. T. Washington \ o class
meeting; 0 n Tuesday
Ju 15 and
begin Monday, n e Youth SpeakerSunday
High School. night.
3 1964. The Due to the absent of
ZION HOPE BAPTIST continue thru July the pastor the
June 28. At 4p.m. There will sessions will, be held daily, 9:00: Holy Communion -
June 14 will be will
5129 N. W. 17th Ave. be administered at the
be thru Fri
a Kick-Off Tea on behalfof to 11:00: ajn. Monday
Mt. Olivette
Day at M.B.
Rev. P. Freeman Pastor morning and evening services
Women's Day at the homeof day. All! children of the community -
Church at 4p.m.: this promisesto the second
Sunday in
Leon E. Kelly, 2451 N W. Church services were very I ages 3 to 16 are invitedto June In-
be a grand and glorious oc. fant baptism and
high tall last reception of
day Sunday.
60th St., Mrs. E. K. Johnson. attend the Bible School.
casion. The
guest speaker for
during the
Chairman for Women's Day Everyone Is urged to attend all c 11:00: a.m.
sister Elizabeth Mitchell Co- weekly meetings.,::: We want to A well planned program has this program will be 17yearold service on the third Sunday in
Mlhael Abrams June.
Chairman. remind our members that our been prepared:by the Sunday valedctor-
sick and shut ian 0 f Boker T. Washington
ins need
our School Staff under the directIon The
High: SchooTl graduation class. regular monthly meet-
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. prayers. of the Superintendent, Mrs.I. ing of the official
Michael 4s the son of Mr. and board will
We were blessed to have five C. Mickins. ..At:,the different Mrs. Morris Abrams of 1960 be held June 10 1964. Let
O. W. Foster, pastor young ladies and one young levels, the following theme N. W. 4th. Ct. and has been not forget the sick and shut-us
Miss Dorothy Major, reporter man to graduate from North- .will be developed:_ Nursery ins.
Sunday worship will be un- western. Sr. High Soh l. Learning, of .God's Love and very his elementary junior throughout
der the leadership of our associated Care: Beginners Learning and
senior high
minister. Music will NEW MT. MORI.:; About Jesus; Primary Jesus While in years Bealor
elementary school class.
: at On awards Day at
be rendered by the No. 1 choir Our Best, Friend -Juniors
< ; Dunbar, Michael the B.TIW.!
6700 N. W. 14th\Ave/ won spel Michael received many
morning and the Male
Sunday Pleasing God With My Life; ling bee 1 n sixth grade and awards. Some
Rev. Almus. L. Shlpp Pastor of them are, 1st
Chorus night.
Sunday Choir No. 1 wish to "Thank" Intermediate, Facing My in seventh at B.T.W. in 1961. place in the Dade County Industrial
The No. 2 Ushers Board will their friends and members Life Choices; In addition there He was selected to attend the Arts University of
sponsor a Pew Rally at 3:00: pm. who came to their Fashion Tea will be' activities In Music Art National Boy Scouts Jamboree Miami Phi Beta Kappa Nation.al .
At1 5:00/pm. the Wedding of Sunday. Special-tribute to "Mrs Sewing, carpentry, leather and in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Honor, During (the school
Miss Betty Walker will be Thelma J. Aranha. Choir no metal craft. Opportunity will In ninth grade he had the year Michael took an advanced
held' at r the church. one "Thank You." Irk\us not be given each child to be just highest average (an "A") over mathematics course at the Uni
; forget to pray for the-'sick. and as creative as possible, in expressing more than two hundred other versity, and the Omega Phi
Vie are\still 'urging all parents shut-in. himself.Mrs. students in his class. Upon entering Fraternity award. He was a
-to'please fiend their children Remember members, our high Michael was selected Silver Knight nominee In Industrial
Rosa Lee Asst. -
*'to,Junior Churoh on Monday pastor's anniversary convenes Rushing. to become a member of the
afternoon at 5:00: 'p.m. June 21st. The next vent, Supt. of the Sunday School, National Honor Society and the Arts. I n September,
, .Tuesday night Prayer. meet- Choir No One Anniversary, .will serve .as Principal of the Boy Counselors where he remained he plans to attend Tuskeegee
ing' and -Cla8SLremember bring,'a' friend to church Sun. School and Mrs. Mary until graduation. Institute and wants to become?
.the sick alibis shut in* day. Bruno;,. Pianist. He was the president of his a veterinarian.


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SATURDAY JUNE 13, 1964 PAGE 11.I VETERAN'S Thlm' column' *. Prepare* Q. M&v I get a loan on my GI

weekly at the VA Office, DM w. insurance
Flagler St, Miami, for informa- A. Have you converted to ono
CORNER lion of Veteran in tala area.
State Club Women
Hold c IZ"j[ 1L 11'kT""T or rr IT I'T'" IT I'T IT IT....IT......'" ..........IT Dr.........'"'"'......IT..illY IT if of policies the six? They permanent all do have plan

W1IATS IN A NAME 3X5 card files to see if he had loan values after they have

Meet In Fort PierceScores We later found out from his one"Maalox.0 n" a veteran named been in force for,one year. A
wife that he has a cast Iron fOLD \ term policy has no guaranteed
values loan
so no
stomach and can eat anything TH NEW
I values.
of state club women I P.m. with the FAGC -- which explains what he did VA officials in Washingtonare
and girls affiliated with the. meeting; at 4:30: to supervisors in our story of the week worried that a number of vet
Florida Association of Women's'Clu1Js The executive board 6 p.m. About last Wednesday, I was erans are losing money each day
: Inc. and the Florida Association will be held 7:30: to 9 meeting with: feeling; a little sick so I went becouso they have stayed under NOW I it the Time to Sell
of Girls Clubs will' a reception to honor Southeast.p.m. Into Dr. Darlington's office. the old pension law. They believe
converge on Fort Pierce for ern presidents set for 9.45 "Do you have any Maalox," I that many veterans, and widowstoo Home. Use Time.'
DGth anniversary meeting this : p.m. asked"I don't recall any, but who are getting disability or That a I
weekend June 13-17, Session I'll check to see," the good doc- death pension are you under tho '
heldeunday afternoon ilwith tor replied. Whereupon, he old law and if you are, should Classified Ad!
Mrs. Louise E. Taylor of Belle Mrs. Wllhelmlna Grosson. presi up and started checking his you be? Better check.
Glade, the state president has
been busily going about the dent of M_Palmer' Memorial Instlaeuana t ..''n ..,, ..... ...,..... ... ..._... .._... _... __. .do.J ::-;,:;;;.:;mt HIM ra4'ftI'rIIIIT tuii im Hll>lHlUirngTHAnnette's I
Lute, w.u.. as speaker: -- :task of checking last minute The Foundation Tea will follow
details with local association the session.

leaders, and the meeting is cx ,... .......
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interesting held in the recent
history of the organization. PHIL OSSOFER '

According to information recently SAYS: :1'1 '
released to state and
local club officials the Wo- --. -- -
men's Club House !lath St. N. -
and Ave. G will be the head- Reading the 15th chapter of ,
quarters for the sessions, with the first Corinthians, T was intrigued -
the City Association of Ft by Paul's description of
Pierce serving as hostesses, un resurrection. Meditating on this
der the guidance of Mrs. Susie scripture It came to me that I
Merritt, prsldent, and Mrs. Al- he described spiritual, and not
gernon Bolen, the general chair. physical, resurrection, He Fashions
man. speaks of the necessity of resurrection Wig
The theme of the 19Gt convention saying, "But if there
is "Accepting The Challenge be no resurrection of the dead,
of Educational and Eco- then is Christ not risen."
nomic Responsibilities."
That the resurrection of man
Registration for the
convention .
will be held is spiritual Is indicated by his Thank for the wonderful
on Saturday statements that the .I.' you response ofir opening
resurrection .
between the hours of 4 and 7
of the dead is sown in corruption
and raised In incorrup- a new location 1129 NE 163rd Street in North
tion. The human body is corruption
Elks Grand Lodge doomed to disintegration Miami
after the spirit has depar- ,
Comes to Miami ted from it. It can never be
incorruption. Paul says, "Now I
AUGUST 22 29, 1901 this I say brethren that flesh
All Elk Lodges and Templesof and blood cannot Inherit the I
the area are in the midstof kingdom of God; neither doth. Wigs Wigs Wigs
a "Mammoth Membership corruption" incorruption.
Drive." Let us all get ready! .

A BIG INVITATIONJoin Even the flesh of the saints

now, so we can host whose worldly Uodies corruption were ,cleansed returned of "
the ""Greatest Elk's Convention dust. The saints themselves The Best Buys in the Country
exist in the spiritual body in i
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1380, Magic City Lodge 1514,. .behold, I shew you a mys-
PER Council 23, Antler's tery; we shall not all sleep,
Temple; Liberty Temple; Over but we shall all be changed. In
seas Temple; O. W. Bannerman the twinkling of an eye at the
Temple Greater Miami last trump: for the trumpet $36.50 $45.50

Temple, IBPOEW.W. ;; Pride. of Miami Council be shall raised sound,incorruptible, and "the dead, and shall we $$25.00 $

O. Perry, president :Fla. shall be changed:
State Association; Dt. Myrtle The flesh proflteth nothing
Davis, District Deputy; Chas. How, then can the physical resurrection AND UP
Higgs, Gen. District Deputy. of a corruptible
Hon. Hobson R. Reynolds, body swallow up death In vic

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CARD OF THANKS Miami In 1905, and had lived

DEA THSI here since that time. He is survived -
The family of the late, I. CARDS by two daughters, Mmes
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I PAGE 12 SATURDAY JUNE 13 1964 friend, Bartholomew Fox. Ser-
Harry Johnson of 109 Grand vices will be held in the Me-
Ave., In Coconut Grove, died on morial Caphel on Saturday at
June 8th, at Jackson Hospital. 5:00: p.m.Edward.
Air. Johnson, a native Miamian,
CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn is survived by one sister, Mrs.

The family of the lateJOHN of dear Elmina Taylor. ; a brother
loving memory our Richard Thurston; two aunts, 0. Hill of 6837-A NW
: mother Mmes Sadie Boykins and Maude 7th court, died on June 8,
kT a MRS: MARY J. PINKNEYwho Newbold; and an uncle Charlie as the victim of drowning. Mr.

departed this life June 12, Johnson. Funeral services were Hill, a native of Arcadia,

held on Thursday, in the Me- Florida, had resided In the
1963.Gone but not forgotten. morial Chapel of the Range Miami area since 1939. He is
bv3 'A,i May she rest in peace and Funeral Home, with Father survived by his wife Lucille;: a
w 7 light perpetual shine upon her. Lambert Sands officiating. son, Edward O. Hill! III; his
K t' A rs Vivllora P. Gainey, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
w aa., cJ daughter Hill, Sr, of Arcadia. Services

John W. Pinkney, son 13th, at 11:30: a. m in the
Mrs. Clemmie Bridges, of will be held on Saturday, June
Wilbert D. Gainey,
A i 1208 N. W. 5th Ave., died at Chapel.
grandson Jackson Memorial Hospital, on
June 7th. Mrs. Bridges had resided -

CARD OF THANKSThe In Miami since 1926, having
come here from her homein James Young, who resided at

MR THEO. MEADOWSwish family of the late Dawson Ga. Her survivors 2343 Bunche Park Drive West,
MR. HARDWICK EDMONDSwish include: one sister, Mrs. AnnieP. died at Jackson Memorial Hos-
to express their grateful Bridges; and a nephew, pital on June 10th. A nativeof
thanks to their many friendsfor to take this method of Charles E. Bridges. Mrs. Brid-- Monticello, Florida, he livedin

the many acts of kindness r expressing their heartfelt ap- ges was removed to Dawson, the Miami area for 19 years.A .
appreciation for the many Navy veteran of World WarII
shown them during their be- Georgia for final rites.
reavement. Every expression t: ,' thoughtful '''gestures of sym- is survived by his wife,

'was most sincerely appreciated $lt; < pathy .shown them in their recent Theresa; two sons, Henry, Rod
bereavement. ,Special 1339"" NW erick; two daughters, Francis
and filled a heartfelt need. William Surrency,
,May God bless and keep you lfi' ,.:.(, ,1'i ,,i"r ," thanks to Rev. P. S. Brown 1st Ct. died at his residenceon and Arletta Young; and three
I ;.always. < H. GUNTER tist Church, the House of 'Albert resided in Miami since 1925. He Daisy Young, and Mary Thomas.
Sincerely and, to all who helped Ito Funeral arrangements are Incomplete -
yours, (Better known as Brother is survived by his mother, Mrs,
the burden of their
ease great
Mrs. Thelma I. Meadows Gunter) Effie : and a sister .

And Family wish to thank the many loss.Mrs., Lizzie, Edmonds,, wife i Mrs. Mildred Rutherford. Ser
friends for their cards, telegrams vices were held Friday, June
Two five sisters
daughters, 12th. in the Memorial Chapelof of 1400 N. W.
and flowers. Special Oscar Spencer,
CARD OF THANKSThe : to Richardson Funeral Five Many brothers other relatives the Funeral Home. 44th Street, died at his homeon

Home, Rev. Mickins and Magic I June 10. His survivors Include -

family of the late, City Cab Co. Mrs. Sadie I. Taylor, of 5229 : his widow, Addle; one
Mary J, Gunter FRANCIS SW 20th St., in West Holly- son, George Spencer of ,Cleveland -
And Family wood, died on June 4th. Mrs. Ohio; two sisters, Mmes
I Mrs. Emma Armwood of 16520 Bahamas Elize and Mrs. Dave
Taylor, a native of the Seymour, ,
NW 18th Ct. In Locka died
IN MEMORIAMIn is survived by her husband, Seymour. Funeral arrangementsare
June 5th at Jackson Hospital.
Harold Hannah incomplete at this time.
I Remains were 'shipped to Tanv Titus; a son, ; ; ,
sad but loving memory of pa, for final rites and burial on her daughter, Loleen Tynes and;:
:our dear mother Sunday. Survivors include four two stepsons. Rawlington
M y Gladstone Tayolr; one stepdaughter -
"' t J daughters Mmes Barnes
7"'W, ; ; MA1RtMwx -'- ; Daisy ; Thanks
'' Doris Taylor; two
: I' 1 ly .r Jaunita Anderson; Mae Davis
:. \{. :..', .. < i-1ft and Catherine sisters, Mmes Virginia Pratt
( ... Brewer three
;f ,' I". ,..: .l sons; Mr Charles Armwood; Mr. and Ethel Sands; two brothers, I take this means of thank-
J ;; t.;, -:, '-; James Aarmwood and Mr. Willie Eugene and Alphonso Tynes; Ing my friends and relativesfor

: 'I' ,'" ,j -1 Edwards. five grandchildren. Funeral ser sending flowers, 'get well
: ; "t : N' ....... vices will be held Saturday, at cards and words of comfort
yY'c : .. ''f Hollimoa 10:00: a.m., at the Church of the during my recent illness. A
aI : Felix of 2962 N. W.
6 t4by 5s t Incarnation with Father Jones
thanks is extended to
< : special
ti" 'r 'f.' 59th Street died June 7th at
., ; officiating.
4 \ l k v his home Remains were ship.. Dr. Reid and the staff of Monroe

;i;l.t1". 11'3'Y t.U... fAt ped to Thompson, Ga. Fridayfor _._.. General Hospital. May God
'j\. 4 i' tr l ;1.:1.1' final rites and burial on bless you one and all

1 1i .. Sunday. Survivors Include a Victor Saunders, of 14641
I ,'. :;;:t.. : ( :' daughter; Mrs. Sarah Mae Ter Pierce Street, in Richmond Marlon Berry

ll, :( y."'t\, ,.H. ,!t I.;..".. > '. rell; two' brothers; three 'sis- Heights, died upon arrival at Key West, Fla.
I ters. Jackson Memorial Hospital, on
t ,1( ,
h'. J '. ... ,,' ..
'! '' \ h ( June 6th. Mr. Saunders, a native -
r... tad'!:''. ,'."' to'fi." .''I'','f Floyd Butler of 1321 N. W. of Lake City, Florida had LEGAL NOTICE
i ... M.. ''k. or:l'> l''::, C&l.,:;;-' ..;:_,... 5th in Jupiter Flan as a resultof stay being Interrupted only bya NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
t r., "
MRS. MAE ETTA WYNN II; }1"1'J'-? :(;" r<",. ." .. an 'automobile accident. Funeral tour of duty in the Armed
t r ':)' ; <\. are ,incomplete Forces during World ,War II. NAME LAW
[ ,wish to thank everyone for the t. 1<1 arrangements' Notice is hereby given that
::1\t'\ < 't1, .. ''seven H e Is survived By his wife,
C kind I. 4I. .-
r f. 'shown expressions during our of hours sympathy of be- I.'..'." b..: t: <;f '11' '. -.,,';" ',... sisters; and. two brothers. Sadie; two children, Victor, Jr. the undersigned In business, desiring under to engage the-

: ,reavement. We the ;', .... ,. \ < and Brenda; his mother, Mrs.
appreciate ."" .. h
,';',: .. .!t' James Arthur Demeritte 'of Sarah Winters, Services will be fictitious name of FLORIDA
"r: "
'calls, visits, cards telegrams ,.. ,...
.1 1itW 2247 Cody Street In Hollywooddied held Saturday at 2:00: p.m., at DRAPERY, 7800 N.E. 2nd Ave.,
'flowers food and all services
I .rendered, A thanks MRS. ANNIE M. GREEN suddenly June 10th in the St. Mary's Wesleyan Miami Fla. intends to registerthe
: special to West Hollywood. Funeral arrangements Church, with the Rev. H. B. said name with the Clerkof
her the Rev. W F. Tanner who departed this life June 8
> ', pastor at this time are Incomplete Stuart officiating. the Circuit Court of Dade
I Sr., whom she loved so well 1002. Survivors includehis County( Florida.
> .and to the Barn's Funeral Two years have passed since wife Mrs. Albertha Deme
".Home for Its efficient service. you left us dear mother, since" ritto four; Mmes Salvatore Fusco, Owner
L.'I Thank you again. God has i called you home to be Lillian; Archer daughters: Mildred; Am- Alfred Whyley, of 1419 N.W. 20921 NW 12th Ave.
with Him In heaven ; 68th Ter. died at his residenceon
; around brose Madline Davis and North Miami Beach, Fla.
Louise B. Byrd, niece the snow white throne. God Rutha; Mae Demeritte four ,June 8. A native of the May 30, June 6, 13, 20
Amos Brown knows how : Bahamas Mr had livedIn
nephew only much we miss Stafford Arthur Whyley
b And other relatives you, never shall your memory and sons;Alfred ,sister George 21, Miami since 19191 His survivors -
a grand-
fade. Loving thoughts shall always Include: his widow Se-
C\ wander, to the spot children; 16 great-grandchild- ward, three daughters, Ames. LEGAL NOTICEComptroller
CARD OF THANKS where you were laid. ren. Thelma Wallace Dorothy Mi-
Sadly missed children and Eloulse two of the
by your nus Hughes'
The family of the late Char- Mrs. Minnie Augusta Johnsonof
and and Rudolph
your grandchildren. sons, Aaron ;
lie, 1951 N. W. 5th Place died
'' H. Williams wish to Currency
express Mrs. Annie L. Mapps, grandchildren; one greatgrand :
.heart-felt thanks June 10th at her home after along :
: to the -
daughter child; seven sisters and7 one
j ': and friends of NW 5th Tl. Richard Mlms, grandson illness; Funeral arrange- brother. Funeral service will TREASURY
ments at this time
L and 21st St. and those of Pom.o are
The Mims and Mapps Survivors be held Saturday, June 13th, at
\ ;pano Beach, for kindnesses Family plete.husband Simon include Peter two her 3:30: p.m., at the Bethel APostolic DEPARTMENT OF
{.'shown during his illness dafter ;
a n with
Temple, Rev. Akins
p,; his death. Special thanks daughters; Mrs. Helen Weems officiating. .. UNITED STATES .
and Mrs. Susan ,Woodside I
".to the Rev. L. A. Thompson ; two
IN MEMORIAM sisters: Mrs. Ruth Dames and Washington, D. C.
Bap-tist Mrs. Una Carroll a brother
In sad but loving memory of Thomas P. Johnson; ; and six; Richard Poltier, of 733 N.W. WHEREAS, satisfactory, evI-
Kcis, Funeral Home. of our dear parentsMR grandchildren. 4th Ave; died on June 5th. A dence has been presented to
$ THEODORE A. the Comptroller of the Currency -
Mrs. Susan
11 Hepburn, sister LIGHTBOURNEand that "Lincoln Nation Bankof

t, The Family ALIERT sic a stepson, his mother, Mrs. Miami," located Miami
Wilhemenia State of Florida has complied
MRS. JULIA A. Bamberg and two ,
LIGHTBOURNEwho JONAS CLEVELAND, 2140 brothers survive. Services will with all provisions of the

IN MEMORIAMIn passed away March 18, NW 59th St., died in Punta Gor- be conducted at 4 p.m. at Mt. statutes of the United States
1948 and June 12, 1958 respec- da, Fla., June 3. Services held Zion AME Church. He will be required to be complied with
loving memory of our dear tively.Although. 'Monday at Antioch Baptist on view in the Opa-locka chapel before being authorized to com-
( husband I rand father, time has passed since Church, Rev. J. W., Stephenson, Friday afternoon. mence the business of banking
REV, W. E. TAuJORjwho you have left us pastor. Survivors are wife, I as a National Banking Association -

7 i departed this life June 10, The memory of you will always Emma, four sons, two stepsons, ROY HOWARD, 1461 NW : ;
remain with us. two stepdaughters,"step-mother, 44th St. died June 6. Services NOW THEREFORE, There-
961. We miss you oh so much, two sisters and a brother. will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. by certify"that the above-
Our' loved one slipped away Sleep dear ?Mother and Father in the burial In named association is authorized -
'.'AndJtpday there Is a void that And take your rest CHARLES W. SIMMONS, Evergreen. Among his survivors to commence the business of

j r?Notnlngfn the world can fill, We love you 2106 Ali Baba Ave., died June ,are his' wife,' Frankie Lee; banking as a National Banking
>>And for the touch of a But Jesus loves you best. 3. He is survived by his wife a BOB, ; and* daughter, mother Association. _
.vanished hand, Harriet Johnson Eva four sisters and three Mrs. Ida Andrew; father, An- IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF
d the sound of a voice that Alice Robinson brothers includingRalph of derson; stepfather, two uncles witness my Signatute and seal
la still.. Hazel Hampton Miami. ,Services were conducted and three aunta. of office this 16th day of April,
t Helen Llghtbourn Monday at Mt., Zion AME 1964. /

Y Rest in peace. Elizabeth Smith Church, Rev. H: E. Greene, pas. MRS. DORA RICHARDSON, JAMES J..8AXONComptroller
'Mn. Ora D. Taylor wife Samuel Llghtbourn tor. 2175 NW 5th Ct:; died June 9. of the

Irwin E. Taylor, sonny David Llghtbourn A' *, She Is survived by several sons Currency
l S. son William Johnson I ALLADIN: BAMBERG died and daughters. Arrangementsare Charter No. 15307
:: relatives Leonard Lighbourn. at home June 5. His wife, Bes- incomplete. June 20


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8-EOOM HOUSE. Hot and cold SATURDAY, JUNE 13; i$64 PAGE 13

watex,2768 NWT 46th 5th ct.,
G34-3177i Rooms, ( :St.: Ph T. V. SALE"THIS


LOVELY; SMALL house, chain
link tence will sell or rent SUNDAY 3 to 6-507 NW rioUSE 2-Bedroom AD ENTITLES YOU $10 DOWN PAYMENT
applying to 41st St. This is """""
wan money pur- a beautiful fence
tinatfe. Nice small family only ed, large 2 Bed Room CBS CBS. Jalousted windows, awn- As credit only on a TV purchase
ings, enclosed back
weekly NE 0-55GG. Large Fla. Room ,
$lIJ: large; kitchen, stove and
refrigerator. Spotless
garage Utility Room.
inside and out., Price Is
This Is quality
HOOM WITH all modern con. a built\ home. $300 down
veniences. In very clean place, Total $12,000)) -$300 down $83 and $75 month. Life 1188 NW 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522
including kilcnen. Call month pays all, See It ai dyouwlll Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave., PL
9-4371. Opn evenings and Sun.
OX 1-4804 buy this. A. Bferi-Kort ;
Realtor-Day or nlte PL 1-2243 days.

!$$12 ONE BEDROOM partly
furnished 11 o s e. Fret writer 4 BEDROOM: 2 bath that has NO CLOSING COSTS 3-
and lights. 4528 NW 33rd Ave. everything Fid. Room workshop bedroom, 2 bath CBS, enclosed HOME BARGINS
AwnltlJte, : front porch, separate garage,
NICE} ROOMS, men preferred. to Bus $14,500 tdtdBatik appliances, some furniture.
$/B and up 1817 N.W. 5th Court. terms arranged. A. Ben-Korl, Price !la only $11,000, $350 503 NW 47th StreetCBS
Realtor down and $M month. Life
day or nlte, PL 1-2243. Real-
LARGE r 1-BEDROOM furnishedapt. ty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. Open even- beauty, only $350 down, $61 month, stove and"

$18 week, Large efficiency $10,000 TOTAL only $250 Ings and Sundays. refrigerator, nice lot. Best areas .

furnished $16 week. 3018 NW down only $67. month pays all. NEW MODEL HOME for sale,
67st St. call Sidney Gross This Is a Lovely 2 Bed Room 3-bedroom, 2-bath beautiful 4030 NW 3rd ,Ave.

414-6125, evenings HI 8-2824. Air CBS conditioned with Large Fla.Bed Room Room formica kitchen, 3029 NW 57th Huge 4-bedroom: Fla. room and garage $495 down,

LARGE 3-BEDROOM unfurnished Car-porte, Its a good buy. A. St. NE 3-3198 or 691-5351. move right in. $89.50 month pays all. *.,

house plenty fruit trees Ben-Korl, Realtor, PL 1-2213 NO CLOSING COSTS 2-bed- Direct from owner. Open Sunday WI 5&8S6IMQMIk
and fenced In yard. 3350 Wil- Day or night. rooms, Florida room, enclosed liams Ave. Coconut Grove. $26 front porch, garage, awnings,
week or $100 month Immediate : stove and refrigerator. Price Is
TOTAL $9,500 only $250 down
occupancy. Call Sidney Gross $9,500 $300 down, $77 month.
$67 month all. This Is
444-6126 evening Hi 8-2824 pays Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave.
realty nice CBS 2-bedroom, PL 9-4371. Open Sundays and BEST BUYS IN TOWN
FURNISHED ROOMS use of carport, Allapattah area. A.
kitchen 1980 N. W. 55th St. Ben-Korl, Realtor, day and evenings LOW DOWN PAYMENT HOMES
3-ROOM HOUSE furnished $16 nlte PL 1-2243. t
per week. 2224 N. W. 589th St. CORNER NO, CLOSING COSTS. CBS duplex o
I large 3-bedroom ,. 2-bedrooms each side, Beautiful CBS 3-bedroom dining room, utility'roomcarport
I-BEDROOM duplex, 1864 N.W. I garage sprinkler system, waIf tile roof, appliances With $600
78th St. Adults Only. open. I to wall carpet, air condition, I down, you can live rent freeas appliances, washer-dryer combination
WI 5-9886 awnings, 2 extra lots available. the monthly ayn ents' are sprinkler system. $12,900 total $75 month. No'qualifylng. -
Owner, 4701 NW 3rd Ave.
only $89.75, FHA terms. Life .
VERY LARGE 2-bedrom apt. Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL -"'-

T Good k'r. Call neighbors NE 4-5705.351 N.W. 16th 2375 NW 55th Terrace, 3-bed- 9-4371. Open evenings and Sundays Corner beauty, large CBS 2-bedroom, built on, :.two
room, low down payment, .
$8,500, $70 monthly. Open Sunday I lots. Screened! front porch, living room, utility room,
3 BEDROOM I bath
house unfurnished. Call, frame Fen 1-5 p.m. For key call JE carport, appliaces, wanshfcr, dryer combination..'

!cter'Realty.' PL 9-8779 :, 1-3184 or CA 1-4833. BEST. 1 LOCATION block from school in ManorPark. and $14,700 total, $450 down. No closing costs. FHf" .' 1.( >

VERY LARGE 2-bedroom apt. buses. 3-Uedroom, 2 bath CBS. ---o-
Good neighbors 351 N. W. 16th BEAUTIFUL CBS 3-bedroom, Tile roof, Fla. room, enclosed Duplex special, extra lot. Only $9,000 total. $85"'a

Terr. Call .NE, 4-5705 Indef furnished, 2 baths, tile roof front porch, garage. Freshly month. No qualifying. One side, 1-bedroom, patfrfurnished. / .
hardwoodfloors Inside and out. Price Is
_ porch, fireplace, painted '
barbecue $14,000, $150 down and $86 Other side 2-bedroom, appliances. :
OPA-LOCKA AREA.. Furnish. pit, carport, .. ,
month. Life 4932 NW 7 '
plus nice income houses on 2 Realty,
ed or unfurnished,' 1-bedroom corner lots. Also CBS duplexand Ave. PI. 9-4371. Open eveningsand Duplex CBS, modern beauty 2 droom earhId.* .! '
ed apt.$15.furnished 2-bedroom, $21 apt., ''Unfurnish, furnish 2 houses on opposite cor-. Sundays One side completely furnished Florida, room,,:'l"r*' 'I:, .

ed $25, unfurnished $18. Mick- ner.. Very low, zoned business. EXCLUSIVE patio, utility room. Fenced, $16,000 total ,.$ OQ.t
Open. Owner. 4110 NW 23rd Fenster Real- '
ins Rental by <
Agency, NE 4-0500. rr
down FHA. J'I i
.1ndt Ave. ty. 3 new homes, 3-bedroom, 2 ." ii
baths, 857'NW,'' 73rd St. Reason- '"".
DOWNTOWN AREA able. Open' Sat. and Sun. 1-6 MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS I.
2-BEDROOM, 1 bath, complete Fenster Realty PL 9-8779. VETERANS! LARftE SELECTlONflIT
all utilities $13, 1-bedroom, unfurnished -' ly furnished, very nice con- p.m. ATTENTION
$10. Call Mlcklns Rental PAY1S TO DEAL WITH
dition, low down payment. $75 NW
1850 Terr., 3-bedroom
Agency, NE 4-0500. ., I
month. Move right In. 1991 NW house all fenced, loads of

1-BEDROOM: APT. Air con- 47th St. Open Sunday 1-6 p.m. room. A real deal, reasonable SHELL REALTYI
Call NA 4-6983.
ditioner, stove and refrigerator down payment. Call us on this ,
large room, quiet"neighbor one. Drive by Fenster:. .Realty,,
hood, adults only, reference. LOVELY CBS In heart of PL 9-8779. 4260 NW. 7th Ave. 758-5551.;
1231 NW 77th Terr. Manor Park, tile roof, rugs, ,.
appliances, extra wide lot, priceis ERALgood ,3-bedroom

only $10,500, $250 down and homes. VA: .$100" down, ,pay ______ .__..__..".______R_ ___ -,
$61 month. Don't miss this! ment. We ;are one of the
HELP WANTED Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave authorized brokers.. Call us for
EXPERIENCED OPERATOR. PL 0-4371. Open Sundays and location. Will be happy to drive PL FORD REALTY OFFERINGSr"!!! '*' 'l

Alice In Wonderland Beauty evenings you out. Fenster Realty,

and Wig Salon 550 NW 14 St. 9-8779. .See these homes and call u.1! We are at your service '
$350 DOWN. 3-bedroom CBS
Phone FR 1-0733 or FR 15671.
$72.50 month pays everything.One Property. We 1M80 'NW.50th Street. A large 2-bedroom, screened I
2 MASTER BARBERS. Guar- mortgage, FHA. Colon have a that terrific will deal for Invest-back Fla. ,roOr.fenced in. Ideal for children." No'.
ment pay you "
Colon Realty NE 4-0490( or NE
I>ave's salary $75 or more. 4-8634. almost double. Two rental qualifying.. $300 down. Move right in.
Shop 1070 NW
all furnished npts.
G2nd St. PL 8-8116 J14 for units owner.plus Less than $100 down 2-142 NW 40th Street; A beautfiul 3-bedroom're.I.' '

DUO NEW] AREA: Beautiful home, this is a real deal. Call us for rence. Ideal location in a quiet neighborhood' ;
Accordion and bass very ,few left. We have a bau- information. Fenster Realty, NO QUALIFYING. See it and buy it. $1,000',down
preferr ?
UN ed. Call after 10 p.m ty. Listen to this, 3-bedroom PL 9-8779. month.
6-9381. home plus large pool, plus $95
large lot, In quiet area. All "MAGNIFICENT" Manor Park, 3-4701 NW 15th Avenue. A terrific home 01111"

ATTENTION PLEASE. If your this for only $91 month which huge 3-bedroom, 2 bath CBS beautiful lot.* $500 down buys this 2-bed'room' \
includes everything. Reason- estate. Corner, plus 1-bedroom
yard needs 1 or 2 plants, come
to 1475 NW 67th St. where able down payments. 5261 SW house on 2 lots. Drive by 1291
can find plants that will you'suit 57 St. We have key. Fenster NW 40 St and call enster 4-1206 NW 37th Street. A clean 2-bedroom' homeon '

your yard and garden. A. Realty, PL. 98779.E7CLUSIVby Realty, PL 9-8779. :an extra lob, $500 down. Move right in; ;;r ::: :,z'' ,
Kelly :
Nursery Fenster Real "A BEAUTY". Large, fenced 5-2146 NW'47th Terrace. Completely fenced in on :

ty.'New hoine: : ma NW 51 Terr all around CBS 4-bedroom, one large lot. 2-b4afroom home $250 down and move '
3-bedr&omFbatb; ;"bullt-lo kit- Oath, large rooms near shopping
JUANITA'S right In, for $20 a week.
Kindergarten chen. Reasonable. Open Sat. and buses. Drive by 6940 '..
mer remain sessions.open during sum- and Sun. 1-6 p.m. Fenster NW 6th court. Then call us. Fen. 6-1735 NW bath Street A gorgeous, IwAnA1new ,

For further Information Reaconable call rates HI Realty, PL 98779. ster Realty, PL 9-8779. home, 3 bedroom, built-in kitchen, $600 down

3-759 or OX 1-2350. and move right in. ::::-1 :

7-3142 NW 61st Street. Perfect Income. Littwee* .

JACKSON'S KINDERGARTEN APPAREL FOR SALE free. See this and) call Mr. Kroll
open during summer -
session. Reasonable rates., 8-Fnr rentals, see these and call usi

..3-4759 For further Information call HI Champagne taste, beer pocket?" Come to Gracie's '127ft> NW 42n4 Street *1R a week j'/
or OX 1-2350. Junl2 I *18 week
where you'll find like-new exclusive dresses, 1301 NW 60th Street a f

suits, skirts, blouses, shoes all originals. $1 to $5 I 1759 NW 47th Terrace, duplex *20

FOR SALE Mink, fox and other stoles and fur jackets $5 to $10. 9-Like nw 3-bedroom homes $100 down'fnd :

Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen from $65. Also a terrific deal on a like aerr 2- j

Charles Hotel dresses $L; Men's pure Italian silk suits. $3 and $5. bedroom home. J t

Used bar and) equipment, I Blue serge suits $5. Sports jackets $2. Pants, shoes OPEN EVERY DAY'INCLUDING SATURDA ;

menu, double springs and> $1. Shirts BOc. Alao..1iD....., drapes, bedspreads'andother SUNDAY',ALL DAYRealty liF'Ford
household item We cater to the elite.;:Grace

mattresses, tables, chair, p.rsoaally.GRACE'S .
will .
and Mike greet yton -
refrigerator! All in v e r y THRIFT SHOP Inc.

.; d condition. FR ,
.2512 NE 2nd Ave. ; 1-8372. :
N.W. 54th Street 7588761Faa
1475 : .... I'
Collins Ave. Open o.. ..>0s.., tcr 6 )+ A nqc r

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Bunche ParkRecreation THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

Ic..< News PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1964
I Spring program' of theMetro

: -' ; ,.: ;p4 p/;. :?:,/ ation Dade Dept.County officially Park and came Recre-to a

close on May 30. The season
: :-.""',')0..1, ; :A ended with a series of softbalJ

: :) : ;:. : league games, played by Short-
,, ; .,.i. ie and junior boys and !iglrls.
?,II ,.'I.';r"06r''; .; 'l From June 1 until June 10,
: : a checkout equipment pro
will be observed.
/' tij' 1'
.< ,
:: -
'' ,' H., J Registration for the Summer : ; ; fr3S
:: '' Recreation program will be
1& \ \ June 11 and 12 from 9 a.m. to
i' .i"1 5 p.m. All children who planto
.:'i : participate In activities must -

:r :" be registered. r :1
,. : : '
,: The Summer Program will
,. a/
: ,:"t-, &
'. .1.. <"', begin at 9 a.m. Monday, June : '
tea n i!! :,' :'? ;,.:', 15 and all children should re- I ,f
,. .., ...\.
.: .it port to their group leaders In
t", !"J.d..1' the cafetorlum. The Instructorsare
">'..'fi>"'fl'o.'t.i:..'..!A"v ';::..''t, as follows: Shortie girls,

... Miss D. Dawsey; shortie boys,
\ : ,.
;% a ; Sk h'. '-..) ." .(,; H. Thompson; Junior girls,
t /" ,;' :' ir jf. Miss M. Banerman and junior
.1, '( ,. boys, J. Green.
't.-1.r. "'\'t" ; ;"'
:f' ',, t. I
,.'It ;,f'f..1',( ,wS{ All children who have com-
\. '.t pleted first second third
4L ,?:: : grades are shorties and those
Js\ ':(t.e,u l who have completed 4th, 5th
\ :' ; and Gth grades are juniors.
); i\; 'f:<"+.
: : The program for the summer
will consist of major sports,
\ ':::;'I:: table games, stunts and tumbling -
.: archery, arts and crafts,
,,.),. music appreciation, hostess and
f, charm club dramatics, modern
I -."':i dance, baton twirling, tap
dance, ballet and minor sports.At .
Art and Drama In MiamiThe
the end of the summerhonor
students will be awarded ltS"a"1"ri'AS"wrr-"..-
Miami Museum of Mod Ion Staff; Yolanda Robinson, The Williams Brothers and Is Invited.
ern Art, In Its Permanent Collection Production Staff; Cassandra an over Owaissa night camping tripat Sister Club will celebrate Its
has a collection of Smith Second Woman; Hazel ,Parents Camp should Bauer be reminded I 22nd anniversary on Sunday, Shown In the picture are
June 14 at the Friendship members of the club: Nelson
sculptures by the foremost Kirkland-First Woman; Edron that the recreation staff has Baptist
Negro artist Selma Burke. One Andrews, Production Staff; been specially trained Church, 1375 NW Oth Ave. Williams' Charlie Williams Alton -
of them, an oversized figure. Mrs, Betty Smiliey, and Mrs. vising rcreational activities super-for Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor A Williams, Melton WlUlams,
carved ,In wood, Is portraying Barbara Aranha are assistant various If want special program will be pre- Silvia Williams, Julian Williams
"MEDEA". Directors; Anthony Culmer your child age to groups.develop physically you sented at 2 p.m. and the publicSALTER'S and J, J. Williams, president.son. .

JA1SON; Anthony Armbrlster- socially and culturally, don t
The Thespian group of the Slave Meadows Tutor fall have
; Leroy ; to him register and
North Dade Junior and Senior .Bernard Stuart, Asstlstant participate at the Bunche Park I CHAPEL Don't forget the sick: Sis.
High (School, of which Mr Center the safe place to Vera Brown at Jackson Hospital
Stage Manager; Bernard Cooper play. Her. II. J. Benson Pastor
Charles D. Wyche Is principal Creon; Calvin Gibson and For further information ask Flossie Marshall lleporter Mrs Annie Lee Gunter, and
presented a play, "MEDEA"which Ronnie Grey Children; Calvin any of the recreation staff, or In the Sunday school and Mrs Nellie Byers.
created most favorable Dorsett Jason; Janet Woods I contact E. Cambridge, Center morning service we had the Rev Evans pastor Bethel
'I comments In dramatic circles. and Kathleen Phillips-Medea's director at the following num- pleasure off having more of our AME, Hialeah, will be with us
The group consists of eighteen servants. ber: NA 1-1291. young people to return home to render service. Tuesday nIte
students and have been honored from college. Among them were June 10 In behalf of the Trustees
by receiving a n Invitation to Miss Mazie Williams, Miss Please come out and helpus.
present "MEDEA" on June Shirley Wilson, and Calvin Wil- The young people have a
,,20th. In the Indiana University Richmond Heights Your silent salesmanA lams whd along with the congregation well planned program for Sunday -
,'The Miami premiere was Woman's ClubThe Classified Ad! enjoyed a wonderful Please come out and hear
(;presented Monday NIght June sermon by the Rev, II J, Den.CQCCCCCCCCCCCOCC- from them.
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art and drama have consistent man's Club was held Sunday For The Finest' Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
affinity, the entire troupe June 7, at Tot's Town Kindergarten -
headed /t>y James Randolph, the Richmond Heights at 4
''!'Drama .Teacher, visited the
;Miami Museum and have been p.m.With the vice president, Mrs.
'''photographed In front of the Helen Stewart, presiding, the
'noted Selma Burke sculpture, following Items were on the BONDED
"MEDEA". Mrs. Lizzie Harvey, agenda: .
Chairman of the Parents Club, Th annual dance for 1965 will
;was also present.. be held March 12 In the Carib-
bean Room, Bayfront Park
The Miami Museum Is proudto Auditorium. Chairman of standIng RENTAL
,cooperate In various educat committees named were
ional programs with f the membership, Mrs. Willie M.
schools of Dade County and Is Smith; constitution, Mrs iw
Miriam Pratt; welfare. Mrs. Co-
,presently. conducting.: a -large- retha Pascal;;'Wudget, Miss Daisy AGENCY INC.
of art of gifted stu- T*. Robertson; finance, Mrs.
dents. of the Junior and Sen- Helen Stewart; building Mrs. ,
:'ior ,High Schools of Dade Geneva Henrv;; publicity, Mrs..
County under'the direction of Margaret Darden; program, Mrs.
p Mr. Al Hurwltz, Supervisor of Thelma ,Aranha;.education. Mrs. The largest collection and rental
z Art Education. Rebecca Fisher; big dance Mrs.
) The names of the students Geneva Henrv: scholarship,
. In the play are: Irene' McCombs Mrs. Rebecca, Fisher. fl? agency in the South; operating in
, -MEDEA; Gladys Perry, Stage After other Items' of business
I and the
Manager; Margaret meeting adjourned, delicious -
I 'Third refreshments were Dade and Broward Counties'HON.
; Janis RylesNurse served by Mrs. Thelma Aranha
; Barbara Dallls Product
" and Mrs. Geneva Henry IIII

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Elisha Clarke, Jr., vicar SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1964 PAGE 15
Service schedule: Solemn Sung
+ e M Mass and sermon, 0 a.m.; Church
+' School, 10:45: a.m. BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe CHRISTIAN M.B. CHURCHThe
Meetings and events: The St. Baha'i Assembly of Miami Christian Aid Missionary -
Veronica's Chapter will have its elected Its officers for the Baptist Church, 1410 N. W.
monthly meeting: tonight at the Baha'l year at a meeting: heldat
home of Mrs. Dorothy Bryant the Center Thursday, June 4. 58th Ter., will hold Its dedicatory -
16435 NW 23rd O>urt. All mem- Elected were George Savitt, services Sunday at 3 p. mAn .
bers are urged to be present. chairman; Miss Olive Alexander interesting program Is planed
Mrs. Major Lewis, chairman.The vice chairman; Miss Ida Solo- for the occasion, and th Rev.J. .
Church of the Transflg-: mon, secretary and Richard P. L. Johnson pastor of St.
ration is sponsoring Its annual Dlllman, treasurer. .
boat ride July 3. Tickets are The Baha'is of Greater Miamiare James Baptist Church will deliver
now on sale. YOU may purchase sponsoring a Race Amity the message.
yours from any church member. Day celebration to be held Sun The pastor, the Rev Adam
Donation $2.00 adults. i day, June 14, 3 to 5 p.m. at 43 Kelly, and his congregation ex-
I I Star Island, Miami Beach The
The Episcopal Churchmen Is cordially invited. Re- tend a cordial Invitation to the
will have its monthly meeting at public
\ freshments will lie served. public.

I the NW home IOJFQ.of Harry Nabbie, .2501 -- -__--- -_.--......................"'- ......................'""'---
si. on Sunday: June ---- -
I 14 at 11:15: am. Guest speaker, I
i L. 1>. Fallaize, chairman of the
Miami Deanery, Episcopal Lincoln Fields Apartments
Churchmen. All members are
urged to be present. Ebenezer
I Edwards, president. 2045 N.W. 62nd Street

young people will be In Enjoy Living in Our Cool,. Clean Apartments !
charge of all services Sunday Offering Many Features
observance of Children's Day,
Miss Rose Mormon, a 19G1 graduate FREE GAS
of Booker T. WashingtonHigh
School, who Is attending Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Store
college will speak at the mornIng Painted Venetian Blinds
_..... service Miss CelestlneSmith
-- I I will be: mistress of cere Washing Machines Laundry Rooms ,
Prince Dwight Jackson, son of monies.A .
The annual May Festival, Free Parking Auto hot water realtor
May at Twilight, was held May. Mrs Constance Jackson I
musical and literary
program Filtered water
8, I Free Garbage Disposal
The Crown Bearers were will feature the evening
Reigning amid a beautiful Mlschelle Gray, daughter of with M.C. The Miss young Leanora peoples Campbell choir as CARETAKERS ON PREMISES

regal setting were Queen Selena I Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Gray and will render music for the day.
Rozier, daughter of Mr and Karl Franklin, son of Mr. and Come and see the children inaction .
Mrs. Kessler Rozier and King
Joseph Morman, son of Mr. Mrs. Woodrow Franklin.
and Mrs. Joseph Morman Sr. I The Parent Club of Jackson's Among students returning Weekly Rate

Their attendants were Princess Toddle Inn says. thanks to all Edwina home for Lord the, Bethune-Cook-summer are $14.50 1-bedkoom $18.50 2.bedroom Apt. '
Jean Williams, daughter of who helped to make this affair
Katrlna Gibbs, Hampton
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Williams and I successful. Institute; : Mae Dawn Rahming, Renting Office open every day Phone OX 18862

FAMU. Welcome home. -.-....- .,.


The fourth annual Reading .

Contest proved, .itself quite successful .
again this year. Boys .
bhd girls from the first thru ,A
sixth grades displayed their "HI, daddy. .'.
reading abilities on both the
written section and then orally. come on In, the weather's fine1"is'
The winners and runners-up
were: 1st place, Nathaniel 1,0
Brown and Janice West; 2nd '
grade Graelln Major and Marl
lyn Garland; 3rd grade, Mary
Anderson and Vanessa Bostick;
4th grade Harriet Gardinerand MILLION
Eldrldge Harding; 5th
grade, Gregory Gill and Josephine -
!) Handle 6th grade, Angela DOLLAR M
h White and Milton Dalley. Y

Certificates were awarded to '

tiers ail participants received ,' ng medals RATE 'tr r t1" ; f

and other prizes. REDUCTIONfor

Judges were: Dr. C. Miller,
Barry College; Mrs. R. Vickers,
Bunche Park Elementary; Mrs. V '
N, Grant, speech consultant; FP&L
sand J. Donnell, reading super-
Visor. The Judges for first and CUSTOMERS Ffc' /. N,. V
second; grades were: R. O. iiii
white, reading supervisor; Mrs. ?
n. Mlzell, Poinciana Park Elementary -
) ; Mrs. D. Adslde, reading Our new electxio
: supervisor; Mrs. C. EdWards rate reduction now .with flameless electric
Liberty City Elemen- makes a helot
tary and Mrs. M. Bannerman, to go '
speech consultant. : your AIR CONDITIONING

The Awards Day Programwas ,
a prize winner within itself your entire home- .

The sixth grade boys and than tou e& How refreshing to step into the cool, cool comfort I "
beautifully combination of
black and white held the spoit. ...meE1ectrldt)' of an electrically air conditioned hornet!A delightful,
light for the day. Angelia White, costs so little,yet healthy kind of"cool"makes 00 nice inside. '
/also a sixth grader, served as much for t :
mistress of ceremonies, while does so '** There's no simmer in summer when you enjoy
Larry Bostick Informed the the enjoyment instant weather control.Pleasant days,comfortable i 'rnights. "
!many the parents and friends Inn modern living! .You live better,sleep better,feel better. )1' C
audience of :the occasion.
Beside the inspirational read- I Your home is cleaner and quieter because dust and te '*
ings and solos, the sixth grade -Ii I noise are locked out. The air is kept free of I,
classes presented a very timely zees*moisture! ,'.helps prevent mold and m dew. ,!'
and well acted skit: "World
Peace is Our Business. Year-round reverse-cycle models perform a

double Job They comfort-cool home in summer
Many boys and girls of all "
trades were presented awards : ..t warm it in winter.

for _proficiency In spelling 0' electric air conditioning fa tried
speaking, reading, physical education Carefree,IroubU-frea
music and art. and proven. ..a marvel of simplicity.Now
Certificates were also given to everyone can enjoy electric sir conditioning. .prices
those, students with perfect attendance 'f&Il JutN re lower thin eyed
records and to winners
of the Rock Pit Rangers Slogan You, too, can take 1 Ma 7dsN and models tvwy requirement Sea yam ,. t

Contest. advantage)of the* appliance dsslar tir eJr fpndHVmfaf r fa***.**odyt ;
The program could have end reduced '
ed no better way than with the aneraaHwerbengaia -
presentation of a beautiful,
giant size portrait of our principal your bodfet Check 0 i'J'k71tr4ttI' !1im. "
Mrs. Alese Gill. This portrait wfth jrarTkddaFower z -
is a gift from the Student "_' ., 'MO 9/ftAMM TllAIII'II/lI M5,9rLSRiiA
Council and will hang in the I/afciCcsnpssir _. t 1
library --. & POWER w&Lt.NT 00MPAMYI f' {

Don't forget the Summer ,- .. ,w ,
Reading Program and other activities NiiF1II idlt, Ig.IIOA :
at Llllle C. Evans. We 4 y: ..L.------ ,-' i'-- ..--"''"' .....- \
are :lacking forward to seeing (,



TIMES MIAMI FLA. The kid will be ready !In a ..................-..-..-....--- Hear Ye! Hear Yet!
couple of weeks and It will be
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1964 Interesting to watch his pro- You can be a champ .
gress. "
L r
Boxers NeededAny
RAY PATTERSON, brotherof

former heavyweight champ, An Invitation, Is extended to
A Floyd Patterson, Is performing weight, any nationality, the whole F and AM PHA Masonic '
,. In
Spearing'torts great style In European Family: You are cordially
rings. Ray has won 7 of his 8 apply to nAY ERVIN 410 6W Invited to participate In St.
pro matches to date and reversed John's Day celebration, Sunday
his only loss recentlyover 8th Ave., known coast to coast June 21 at Greater Israel ISethefPrimitive
Lars Norllng, a Swede
Baptist Church, 768
with a fine record. Ray !Is pop as a first class! trainer and NW 108th St. at 1st place. We

ular overseas. manager. Boxing" gear furnished. will gather at New Providence
Temple, 941 NW 3rd Ave. at 1:30:
By HARRY SPEAR The best record of any active Has all credentials to show p.m. Ill L. G. Bode, 32nd de-
boxer In the game today Is district deputy; Per A.
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- Lucas
sported by Nino Bienvenuttl Call 377-3033. Jr., 32nd degree, masterof

LOTS OF EXCITEMENT AT PAN AM ON MONDAYS the middleweight champion of -..".,........,..... ..-' ..... the day.- J20
Italy and rated sixth In t n 6

Every bout at Pan Atn on fight nites. is full of action. us world this ratings.boy is the Our goods.mail He tells Is 1 r..w.Id C.._ rW

Here are some results: clever, rugged, and ago o d
Lino Armenteros experience proved too much for banger. Incldentaly, he Is the
James McNeil the Cuban former Olympic champion at
young as light-heavyweight 147 pounds. Nino would go
scored a unanimous decision Monday\ night. !, very well on these shores. He
Is undefeated In 43 pro bouts.
In a pair of sixes, Bobb SILVERS, one-time a STRAND
Marie, 134. declsloned; Geor ygood crowd pleaser here Is sel COTTON ;
... Sawyer 134; and Eddie Fobbs, l ling gents' furnishings. He asked :NEAR title PACTA '
149'scored a fifth round TKO me to say hello to all his fight between champIon -

over Eddie Johnson, 152. John friends. Cotton Willie, No.Pastrano 1 contender and, Eddie Is all K a ,, r Mf:1,I;:: .
down twice In the 4th ,,
son round was and twice In the fifth. set except for the date and an 4 '4 ::,-c E1;
TOMMY ROSS agreement on television rights,
now mana
In fours. Sugar Jones, 132, !ing 5th Street Gym Is renovat-- Cotton's manager said Wednesday
fought a draw with Nat Bell, ing the whole from : In Seattle.
135 and James Duke 150, de-, to bottom. He Is selling adver George Chemerles said the
clsloned Johnny Sands, 148. tising space at the Gym for 36 I"fight would be staged some-: 'II'
dollars sign time in September 'In the Mon j
per year around. _
BOXING AND DANCING ON So get on the'Band wagon tana State College Fieldhouse _
ORANGE SUN LINER people that wish to advertise.you at Bozeman, Mont. Lyle ,Peder-
sen of Tacoma Wash. and [ t :
Orders are coming' In fast. Do
Every Saturday nlte the Chris 'Dundee, Miami ""Beach
not wait and ,
then be
too late.
Orange Liner leaves Pier 3.0th will be
St. and Biscayne Boulevard.It's Call Tommy at 5th St. Gym co-promoters.
nnd Pedersen and Dundee will
Washington Ave.
all aboard at 8:45: p.m. The meet with the latt r's brother, 1it

promoter Is trying to get Angelo, who manages:: Pastrano s .,- N..r++,wfssgyyx71
worthwhile opponents for, and Harry Markson, dIrec-
Gomeo Brennan, Duke Johnson MAC GOODMAN and BIT tor of Madison Square Garden,
and Charlie Skoch. CHIE RIESTO who are two of In Las Vegas next Wednesday
For a Rood, entoyable nlte the leading trainers around to work out details of a television
nnd moonlight sailing: plenty of here, are working. with a good guarantee, Chemeressaid. -
fun, jrames and what have you looking youngster In Willie f S ,wr
this Is It. The prices are very Melton. This kid has never The fight Is set tentatively) __
reasonable. Hoping to see you been In a ring before but makes for Sept. 4 of Sept. 11 and will l
Saturday. the moves far In advance of a be a feature of the Montana
young lad of his experience. Centennial celebration. rBr'a/ff Tk grt
JEFF DAVIS who fights y
:JO."'''' ''' "":
ERNIE TERRELT June 17 at :1-
Miami Beach Auditorium, does
not receive the credit he de"

fights serves.; some Jeff time lost back a couple becauseof of JET TV CLINIC- ; ;

a lack of opponents and
sparring partners. Since then HOME '
he has been kept busy at the SERVICE CALLS $1.00 In Fine Whiskey .
5th Street Gym. He was a lead. .
ing,.fljwrrlnsr} partner for Ca / ,Day or Night .
stus Clay, now heavyweight "v w. Service All Make ofHllft's FLEISCHMANN'Sis
champion' of the world; .
While training for the title I '
Davis boxed Cassius In an ex- and' STEREOS""" the BIG buy 'Zi'
hlMtlon bout at the Auditorium Wig i Also RentTV's
in a benefit show for Cerebral MIpYAlY1010oM a 1}

Palsy. After a standing the bout ovation.they This received .. by the week or month 7 sle //

was before an audience of a i'i'the first 1iielyotJwhy.

couple of thousand people. )-r. :907 N.W. 2nd AVENUE .

Going on from there he 'sparred ,- '8O
with a, number of heavies Phone 11
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1--- Jpierefdre we Jpff
Is "t In shape. So farheafa I ttlvInor '
a good account of himself. "- : }EDISONSPECIALS.? i
This writer visits the gyms, Attention : Attention!! + ; ,
every day, and not ,lust a day ,
or !so! before a fight. That's how OPEN SUNDAYAFTERNOON; ro,
I can pass my Judgment on S ;91 E .FABULOUS NEW I '
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has five ''boys' he is, lnana 1ng. These 'new homes have everything
None had flarht 'you '0' 1964 NW 47th''Terirace3bedrooms
a pro yet. Says _
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slowly. But when they are A big
ready,Beau says, look' ,out"Two them' .. ': house, only $11,400.445NW43th. -
of Ibl" best prospects are'JOHN.- .'

MIs.. Location of these new homes: corner, no qualifying,.$88 month pays all.
a u*jXf\j LJXJ\j _r_r -
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