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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 20, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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-41&t YEAR, NO. 40 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1964 16 PAGES 10 CENTS I

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I NEGROES EYE LEGISLATUREReapportionment Youth Hall Guard Faces .


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To ed by the U. S. Supreme Court. I is estimated that with Dade's
Negro politicians throughoutthe I million-plus people, or about 6 Robbery Charges
state feel this would be the one fifth of the estimated 5.5 I
Add 22 Seats best chance to send a Negroto million Florida residents, this

our state legislature. Negro county should get 22 House Teenager Gives ted by Culbreath to a sta ,
Florida legislators on Tues- candidates are expected to run and 8 Senate seats. dustrial school. He could lave
day discussed the possibility from all the larger counties. '
Damaging been transferred to the Criminal
This estimate Is also based on Testimony
that Dade County stands to get
Court to stand trial with
is that state the numerical size of the House
The court ruling
22 seats In the House and 8 '
'Dean and the other three Cul-!
in the Senate under the re- legislatures be reapportioned and Senate-43 senators and 112 I I Testifying at a hearing in Juvenile breath said. ,
apportionment decree Just Issu- strictly on population basis. It representatives. Court Monday, a 15 year-
!old said that
boy a former Youth
Counties with less The youth sold Dean net up
than
60,000 Hall guard placed him In solitary -
I the three robberies and
population under this gave
ruling confinement until he
\ would be entitled to one seat !agreed to participate in three him a gun after his release
State Lawmen Take OverIn ,A County would need 128,000 armed robberies. from Youth Hall. He said they i
residents to have its own sena- also shared the more than
I Kenneth Dean, who faces $1,000 loot. "
tor.That would put 22 counties to I Criminal Court on six charges
Booked to stand trial with
St. Augustine Battle ,merit at least one House seat ;of armed robbery, was accusedby Dean are Alfred Lawrence
: and would entitle 11 counties to the youth at a hearing before Sands, 17 James 17,
; Wright
.
Juvenile Judge W. R. CUI.I I
..... at least one senator. I I and Herman Cortez ,Roach, 18.
breath. Dean
denied the char-
Bias Sheriff Taken star, arrived in St. Augustine The rural counties of North
is in of
Wright charged one
Monday. He addressed a large ges.The
crowd at the New St. Paul AME; and Central Florida, which boy also charged with the holdups, Roach In two and I""
Down with I,have dominated the state legislature parole violation, was commit- Sands in all six
by Governor Church, but did not march so long, will lose their .
the 350 who headed downtown
political control as a lawmaking '
On Monday Governor Farris after the meeting. body. I

Bryant took law enforcementin The governor's order seem Has Week Bus Driver In r
St. Augustine from local ingly has had the effect of coolIng Counties under this division Virginia
hands and created his own down a hot situation so that formula may include Dade, Du-
state police force to deal with calmer heads togetherfor val Hillsborough, Pinellas, Bra r
can get
the critical racial situation. the common good.REGISTER ward, Orange and Palm Beach To Get School $$ Dutch OverGirlfriend ,

The governor invoked his Various plans are being discussed ,
,
emergency powers to set up a but the reapportionment A federal district court In
200 man police division under NOW may not become effective Richmond, Va., ordered Prince
the control of a state police ma before the 1067 Legislature. Edward County Wednesday to
jor who will be responsible for levy taxes to resume public edu Found guilty of disorderly
law and order in the ancient "Register" now, vote from ,bow CARL ROWAN cation, abandoned since 1059 to conduct Wednesday In Crimi-
city on, is the campaign slogan of avoid integration.The nal Court, and put on sixmonths'
the League of Women Voter a
probation by Jud'geJack
Bryant said he believes a of Metropolitan Dade County, GETS NCCJ county was given seven Turner; were a Negro bus
.r" clear and present danger existsin days by Judge Oren R. Lewis,
The league has launched a AWARDThe to appropriate enough driver and a white woman
St. Augustine, and he Intended money
to .maintain: peace and drive for new residents and others National Conference of to, open the schools in September who insisted that because they were arrested
Ii simply they
to qualify to vote in the .
order.
Christians and Jews Southern
,
national election Nov. 3. Other were togethersocially..
California Region, has presented He extended his 1001 injunc
He sent a plane to st; Aug- groups are planning similar national brotherhood awardto tion which says that so' long as Officers testified that the
ustine to take St. John County drives. The registration Uooks Carl T. Rowan, director of public schools In the State of two were' also guilty of drunk
Sheriff L. 0. Davis to Tal- opened June 1, and will close the U.S. Information Agency Virginia are operated, Prince eness ,and that the woman;
lahassee, and had a closed-door, Oct. 3. The award was presented at Edward County must operate Marilyn Kynes, 20, had bollta
30-nilnute conference with the If you are 21 and have livedin the group's 10th annual meetin them, too. Under the order, he tickets. Judge Turer dismissed
officer before issuing the pro- could shut oft all state educat-
Florida one year, and in the Ambassador Hotel in the other charges but upheld
clamation that established state ,ion funds until Prince Edward that of disorderly conduct.
control. your home county six months, Los Angeles, attended by about
complied
then get your name on the County
Jackie Robinson, baseball book. Get ready to vote. (CONT'D ON PAGE 12)) Judge Lewis said his court is Miss John Kyncs Anderson were Sams arrested, 32, and at I

not going to take punitive action 1 a.m. March 31, in the parkinglot f
against the rest of Virginia "at near the Hampton House, N l'
I least not now." I do not wantto W 27th Ave., and 43rd Terr. At
NATIONAL NURSES SORORITY MEETS HEREThe be the superintendent of the time of the arrest Sams' service ,
Prince Edward or any other I with Metro'camo to an

members of ,Nu Chapter Chi Eta Phi Sorority was Council of Negro women county: I Just" want to see the end. Ya
of Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc. founded in WaShington D. C. is schools open. l "
with Soror Grace Hlggs ,as by Mrs. Ailene C. Ewell,, and is At the helm of the sorority Asked by the attorney for
baslleus are ''anxiously awaitingits composed of professional Supreme Basileus Faustine G. the County Board of Supervisors -
19th' annual boule which nurses from all regions of the Riddick of Norfolk, Virginia what penalty could be expected

will convene on Miami ,Beach, United States. who is director; of nursing at I If the county failed to (

June The 23-27.theme ot'this. year'sboule f A, few of the national activi- Hampton Institute, Hampton, comply, the Judge replied, "I

Is "Moving Forward Ina ties of which the sororityis Va.' all sessions..will be held at auk know n Judge of no lawyer what the who penaltiesare would ,

Changing World." justly proud would include the Sea Gull Hotel. Our guest for contempt of court." d f !'' ii6 '4
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the donation of furniture and
speaker at the banquet will be The maximum fine is $10,000a
The opening session will be supplies to equip a health unit
held Wednesday, 8:30: a.m. at in an elementary school in Monrovia Dr. George Simpson of Miami. dav. t
the Sea Gull hotel when the Liberia; a citation to The Motto which guides the "No one could ever be heldIn
visitors will be officially wel- Congressmowan Frances Bol-! sorors of Chi Eta Phi Sororityis contempt while they honest.
comed to the city by Honorable tan in recognition of her outstanding "service for Humanity" and ly attempt to" fulfill an order
Melvin Richard, mayor of MI- contributions to the we are forever striving to serve of this court, said Judge Lewis. ;
ami Beach along with other nursing profession, contribu-' mankind, not only In sickness, Turning aside the request of
outstanding leaders of the tions to the'' .African Fending, but in health, the search ,for Negro attorney, S. W. Tucker,
community.: The public is cor project and contributions and liberty, and the, pursuit of,, hap to require a desegregated faculty -
dially invited \to' attend membership. in the NationalFAUBTINE II piness. and a continued block

I ,...---_.-."""""' against ,tuition grant, t h e'Don't ",I

".;w m 9 rryrF I :;....... .,;......1'"' ,_ .b"", Judge mapped: ,
l you first think we
\ : ', ought to get the school open'
... before we:,put people in them?"
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CANALThe Mrs. Ireta Crosby, well-known ,
Yu. 9V teacher and educator In the
; body of Willie Keys, 13, Dade County School System r '
NYC, of 2551 NW 153rd St., w a s left the for an extended
I education
found in the Snake Creek Ca. tour of
? RY wt' ; nal nine hours after he was left Europe. The countries she will ;
aEw swimming by playmates. visit are England, Holland, Belgium .

Dade Deputy! Sheriff Tom Germany, Austria, Italy, rY
4I Knight said Key stayed behind and Fraace.1When .

when his two friendsJeft. *she return* to, the "
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155tE
the canal, NW Strand. States she 'will spend? 15 ,days *
27th Are. at ., *
Zpa -TTninkinff in New York City attending the
that M was still'outplaying World' ,?atr.
with his playmates, the
w boy's father did not report him Mrs. Crosby is being 'accompanied ;-
missing until 10 p.m. by her sister,. Mrs
Police found the '. routh's Mary M.. Dansby 'of Ft.Laud-
clothes on the bank'of the canal erdale. Mrs. Dansby la. the I Instructor -
,..AILENE'cbnrELL! O. BIDDICK' GRACE IIIGG8 and Diver >Bd Zctiader recovered of ETV English at
yr '. .1 Founder: Supreme'Bajrileo' 1. Host Basllctw the body at 1120: p.m. Dlllard High School.

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. YWCA NEWS ':

PAGE 2 SATURDAY JUNE 20 1964 I
I, Tickets are on sale at the AUTO INSURANCE"DISCOUNTS
Northwest YWCA Center for
: the Skating party at Hialeah FOR SAFE DRIVERS"NO
19 Miamians Make Roller Rink on Thursday, June
25. The bus will pick up at REFUSED
8:30: p.m. at the Center 5100 ONE
Honor RollA NW 21st Ave. All teenagers are
invited. SR-22 filed immediately. Low monthly payment plan

total of 223 students were & SON InJc.
listed on the honor roll at BOOK: REVIEW D. GOODMAN ,

Florida A and M University ; The last Book Review of the "Insu.rnnce" Real Estate, Mortgage"
during the second trimester' season will be held Friday,
v. 1063-64, according to an announcement -I June 19 at 8 p.m. at the Cen- 2688 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-0380
made this week by ter. Father Theodore Gibson
% the Office of Admissions and will review "Black Man's _
Records of which Edwin M. America" )Uv Simeon Booker.

Thorpe is director. You are invited. 4o.o OGO OOO040000 _J08000.o0D oooooo

Greater Miamians on the SQUARE DANCE CLUB
honor roll Include W. F. Dun-
combe, William Gloster, Johnnie All adults who like to square : STAR MEAT MARKET
Mills Carolyn Bowman andJuanita dance and those who want to
I
Bradley' of Hallandale; learn are invited to come to I
Cleora Albury, Marie Alford, the first meeting of the YWCA
Helen Barbary, George Campbell Square Dance Club on Thursday 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
Lila Cobb Phyllis John- July 2 at 8 .Roycetha i
son, Bernice Miles, Henry Pink- YWCA Center. Roy \ will .
ney. Barbara L. Williams, SarahB. square dance professional
Williams, James Woodard be the instructor. Call the Cen-
Bessie Clark Carolyn Sands ter for further information, : THE MARKET WITHE COURTEOUS SERVICE
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Boule of and Rosa Storr. 634-2651.
1440 N. W. 1st Ave.. announcethe : -+-
marriage of their daughter, Mrs. Gamble
Velma, to Mr. Charles .C. i
Arnold of Miami Kappa NotesThe Returns From Chi Fresh Meat-Low Prices

Miss Boule is a graduate of Mrs. Gus-
Booker T. Washington High last meeting of the MI. State Supervisor
School and has formerly attended ami Alumni Chapter of Kappa sic Gamble of The Churches of i'eoae oOOOCO _OO6O 60000 OGDOOO
Knoxville College in Alpha Phi Fraternity was' heldat God in Christ of Eastern Fla.,
Knoxville. Tenn. the 'home of Brother and funeral Chicago at
tending
of
services
Mrs. James Hart. It was well the
The wedding will be at St.
Interna-
National and
June Agnes 28.PHIL. Church at 4 p. m. attended meeting;we after were a short served business a deli the tional late Supervisor. of of the Wo-the Lincoln Federal Investment Inc.

clous meal which was enjoyedby men's Department ,
in Christ, Dr.
- Churches of God
all. Mrs. Hart was a won-
OSSOFER derful hostess. Lillian Brooks Coffey. 5386 Biscayne BoulevardMIAMI

Now that the year., 1963-64 More than 4,000 persons attended FLORIDA"The
SAYS: is in the history book, we are the funeral, and 500 or ,
looking forward to writing a more Churches of God in
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greater book in 19R465.I Christ was among' the mourn-
I
The status of women has
changed greatly since Biblical want to thank all of thebrothers ers.The women department under
times as we all know. One of for their cooperation 'her administration supported
the most remarkable changeswas during the year I wish each:: of the mission in nearly 30 foreign: f
revealed to me when recently you a very hapny summer nnd countries Dr. Coffey will belong
two Miami women were will contact each of yon whenI remembered throughout(
licensed to preach. This marksa return from Camp Philmont American and the Islamic of the
complete turnabout ,from the In New Mexico. Sea. Mrs. Coffey died Tuesday,
writings of Paul in 1st Corinth. Herbert Ammons, pole- June 9, At Jackson Park Hos-
ians which reads
: "Let your
marchPainting in Chicago.
keep silence In the pital
women
churches; for It is not permit- ........... . . . . Mrs. Gamble wishes to thank dls- Greatest Name in Money"
,
ted unto them t 0 speak but the district superintendent
;
they are commanded to be und strict mf stonartes. Bishop, eiders Offers a complete consolidation of debt and money
er obedience, as also saith the Contractor mothers, and members of
law. And if they will learn any the Churches of God of Extern: for
thing, let them ask their hus- WARNER HINES Fla., for their generosity shown
bands at home: for It i is a her. Again< I thank you. HOME MODERNIZATION PLANSFor
shame for women to speak In

the church." (Ch. 14-34-35.) NHS Fitness CenterThe roofs, all types, aluminum windows, fences,

One of these women hesitated k Dade County Board of aluminum aluminum
awnings sidingsCall
at first in choosing a preach. Public Instruction has desig- ,
ing career because of this scrip. nated Miami Northwestern Sen-
ture. b\it: the older heads of the ior High School as a Fitness .
ministry convinced her that Center for boys and girl living -
Paul's warnings on this sub In the northwest area. now for free information 681-4133
ject were meant for his own r I This program under the direction -
time for very specific reasons. e' + x of the Health and Phy- JOHN STERN

It Is interesting to note that sical Education Department, Is
the first steps In religion which '. a3 another phase of the countywide -
+ 1 offered
recreational
program 101
women great freedom
gave were revealed In Islam, the Licensed and InsuredBy annually for boys and .
girls during the summer
religion of Muhammad. Enemiesof City and County months.
Islam claim that He degraded centers located
These special
women but western scholars Service FR 9.8685 WANTED! Men
have phone throughout Dade County will Women, all ages ,
long known that the ,
conduct clinics for sports suchas -"
Qur'an ( rwhichrnosprev women FREE ESTIMATES : basketball tennis fitness, Free placement full
rights ous ........... . . . ..+ track and field and swimming., I or part time, steady
religion gave them. Islam gives I This program will be In proGress -
both sexes spiritual equality. ;' from Monday, June 15

Under Islam, women were Attention through July 24. No fee will be: Jobs
for the the first time allowed required. Open
to Inherit property. "Men oughtto Home OwnersFor i
have a part of what their Hear Ye! Hear Ye!
parents and kindred leave quality building Grocery
whether It be little or much, additions and remodelingPL I Checkers, Cashiers, Stockmen
let them have a stated portion.
(Sura 4:89.: ) 4-0655 Packers, Clerks, SupervisorsGUARANTEED

Long believed to 'be a polygamous NO DOWN PAYMENT
religion, Islam! actually An Invitation Is extended to
From $5 week and AM PHA Masonic
encourages monogamy. Mu- per 'I the whole F -
hammad said, "Marry but two FHA OR BANK TERMSFla. I Family: You are cordially On the Job Government Approved Training
or three or four, and If ye still, Invited to participate In St. Qualifies you in ten days. ready for work in Miami
fear that ye shall I not act equit-- Room Kltch.n.f John's Day celebration, Sunday. Hialeah Perrine ,
ably, then only one." (Sura 4:3.: ) I June 21 at Greater Israel Bethel Coconut ,Grove, Hallandale
The emphasis ,on havng only Bedfrooms: Bathrooms Primitive Baptist Church, 168 Gould, Homestead, Hollywood, Opa-Iocka
one wife Is pointed out by Carport. Garage N. W. 18th St. at 1st place. We
another statement "And will gather at New Providence DAY
; ye Awning Fences & NIGHT
will not 'have It at all In your Temple, 941 NW 3rd Ave. at 1:30: CLASSES -TIME PAYMENTS
power to treat your wives News Realty Inc. p.m. Ill. L. G. Bode, 32nd degree Apply immediately in person or phone
alike, even though; you fain district deputy; Per A.
would do so." (Sura 4:128.: ) (BUILDERS DIVISION) Lucas Jr., 32nd degree! masterof PLaza 7-8448

Students of religion would 4740 NW 7th Ave. the day.- J20

do well to study Islam with an IWDI MACEDONIA BAPTIST
open mind, for Its teachings Market Training Inst.
which changed a barbaric 3165 N. W. 56th Street
people into a unified nationof A Classified Ad Will PayOff Rev. Roscoe Jackson, Pastor
worshippers of one God, Willie J. Beard, Reporter GOVERNMENT AND INDUSTRY APPROVED
have contributed much to mod- in Big Dividend. The morning; speaker last Members of U. S.
ern civilization Sunday was Rev. W. M. Bouyer, and Miami Chamber of Commerce
pastor of New Hope Bapt.
Palal.-- .--Office--Treatn eat, o* Church Pehokee. Florida. Seven NW 7th
were added to the church. Ave. at 78lh St.WARNING
RUPTURE'--PILES The Sunday School will ,observe .
its Annual Promotional
Day Exercises. Sunday at 3:30:
Rectal IMMMMM, Varied Veini, ,Pro.tatfr p.m.at the church.
lf* kat tim e-Dfecftrd TraM The Gospel Trotters of Fort Don't be fooled. In l\flaml01l bate
Upon ,Correction of Rupture Redvcfntc Lauderdale will render an after- | | only ONE Cashiering School Ap-
,DR. )lIfa'8l, CUNIO Blood-Urlae TM* service program Sunday nleht
In behalf of Usher Board No. proved by Govt. and Chamber of
IMS ,AW..1-, ,6tr->rR M748 A femMral >IatIIII ........ 1's Anniversary, Sis. Merine Is Commerce. Market Training at NW 7th Are and 78th Street

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Loraine Gordon and the Amster MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. '

BLANCHE CALLOWAY REPORTS dam police force. SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1064 PAGE 3
I We were told to take our
ON HER TRIP TO EUROPE"A passports and go In the dining

room and wait. In the meantime -
world can only have peace 1 On Saturday, May 10 the day Loraine Gordon who
if and when we practice Understanding before Mothers' Day Mrs. Sle- had gone to Amsterdam a few
and love. ernatio I were met byt the In- days ahead of us to work on
While I was in Europe I met Airport man y publicity, housing and general ROLAND Your HatterHas
women and men from all coun people men women and child arrangements told us t hn t
tries of all colors, of all races ren who came to see us off three delegates from Canada
of ,nil different religious I a n dpoetical to New York where we were had been turned back at the
views but all with to Join the delegates from other border the night before. In the Miami
moved from Ave.
one goal in mind and that was states going to the Hague to Interim,. Mrs. Gordon had con-
peace in a troubled world attend the Womens' Peace Con- tacted the American Embassyand
threatened with nuclear war, ference. We spent 'a very enjoyable the Dutch MInister' Fore. -TO-
usage' of polaris missiles and a two days In New York i After signing affidavits -
coming into reality and Indeed with friends and on Monday to the effect that we
very soon, a multi-lateral force May 11 ,all delegates met In a were going to have a peaceful Our other store
which is a current United conference room on the third march and demonstration, and
States proposal for giving armsto floor of the KLM Airport. The that we were going to cooperate -
NATO Countries. It is sup- meeting was called for 4:45: p.m. with the Amsterdam police AT.-
ported at the moment by the While there we were briefed as allowed
force we were en-
Italy. Belgium, Greece. Turkey to where we were going whywe
United States West Germany, and when we trance.
and the Netherlands.It were were going.; going Buses carried us to our vari- 122 Seybold ArcadeI

calls for a multilateralforce The delegation: from Oregon ous hotels and a meeting was I
of 25 surface ships carrying brought little white ribbon called. In the meantime news :i:1,
polaris nuclear missile to roses with "Women For.Peace"ta' papers carried the story that ESTABLISHED 1934
We jointly owned financed and the Netherlands Government
on them, and each delegate -
outfitted by mixed crews under was given one. thought we were coming to sit
NATO command., While we were being briefeda down, or He down in the streets
I some of you'"ask,
suppose
and cause much disturbance
telegraph message was received -
"What is NATO? ) which said "KLM Dutch (they had been reading of our
Well NATO is the North At- SPEED QUEENCARLOAD
lantic Treaty Organization, Airlines has been Informed that demonstrations in America).

which was established in 1949. the Netherlands government The government and news- SALE
The United Britain will not permit persons visitingthe
States Canada were apologetic
papers very
France, Belgium, Luxem- Netherlands to demonstratein and extended to us every cour NEW 1964 MODELSSPEED
with the NATO
berg Netherlands Iceland connection which is tesy they could saying, "It was
Norway, Denmark Italy Portugal Conference meetingat Just a case of misunderstanding. -
West Germany Greece the Hague. Visitors Intendingto ." .
and' participate in such activities QUEEN
Turkey are the present
members. may face serious consequences; i We received coverage in the HEAVY
Including exclusion from the Associated Press ana nil the
These countries have agreed Netherlands.: foreign newspapers much ,...,.... DUTY
to unite their military strengthfor Since one of our oblectlves I' more publicity than we could WRINGER

the collective defense, and was to demonstrate this wasa have expected. It was noticeable HEAVY WASHER _
for the preservation of peace matter of much concern to that no mention of the DUTY
.
and security in the North Atlantic us. We were astonished becausewe peace conference was made In
) area. Only fourteen of wondered on what grounds the' American 7 .95 '
press.
these countries agreed with and but We kept on making preparation ..- $179:95: <<
Joined the multi-lateral force. to board the plane, and A world can only have peaceIf
One way to gain understanding at 7:45: pm. we all about 05 of we practice "understanding and up
Is to have and attend confer- us boarded the KLM Airliner and love."
ences such as the Women For for the Hague. Next, week "Illanche Galloway and ,up Also '''Rebuilt Washers:
Peace Conference held at th TV. radio press! and many Reports To The Community."
Hague in Holland while the friends and relatives were thereto -1. All makes $69.95 up I
NATO Conference was meeting see us off. That plane trip DANCE BAND &
there and In EASY CREDIT TERMS
some small way was some experience.} After we
try and focus world attention comfortably got seated and un Available for engagements STOP BY FOR FREE OFFER
on women's concern for peace. fastened our seat belts, the W. C. BAKKH'H COMBO
We are not concerned with the hostess started serving dinner. Featuring Voonllst Little Clam REBUILT WASHERSOF

nationality color political or Then we lost five hours In difference Jay OPA-LOCKA Inc. MU 5.1504
,
religious views of these women of time and Immediately And Manny Cruz on Sax
who in turn are not concerned It was time for breakfast. Call 001-2557 1290 All Baba Avenue Opa-Iocka, Fla.

with our nationality, color, political After seven hours of flying' indf

and religious views. We time we arrived in Amsterdam. rJf If.g yiT J'l'J'I'W: : .Ir.l'I'1Y'TrULrJ' [Tf y If.IT i'r1nf':1rJ1t':1I:1r.1r.' : : : Jr.1I'Jr:1r.: r1nrr1r1Ylr': : Jf.Jr.1Y.Jr.W tr.J'I':1I'JJ..I: l+ 4.11411-1041.'.4-t.J..ot.LJ.4..V,
women want peace we J u s. t We were met at the airport by -- -- -- -- --- II
want peace. J' Mrs. Charlotte Spero and Mrs.

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4 SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1964 county operations.

"Metro," he said "has gone as far as we can" on its

primary source of Income from property taxes.;

d F/
Miami's Mayor Robert King High wants to know sip

whether telephone and electric rates are excessive. He I

woud. like to have a consultant make a study of the rates. :

H. B. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher
GARTH C. REEVES. Managing Editor JUVENILE DELINQUENCYMiami's
juvenile judges and others interested in Im-
Member of the National
..- Newerpaperg Publishers Association proving Juvenile delinquency in our midst, recommendedthat

SUBSCRIPTION RATES the report of the International Association' of Police
'ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS\ $3.00 FOREIGN $8.00 Chiefs be scrapped as such and that Greater Miami Juv-

Entered aa Second Class Matter, August 9, 1027 at the Post Ottlv enile Bureau be ungraded and. strengthened rather than
at Miami, Florida, under the act of ]March\ 8, 1878 abolished., downgraded or by-passed.

Commissioner Alice said Miami "goof-
Wainwright
Downtown Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR S-22M
ed" in the Juvenile bureau of its police'depart
Main Office at 6740 N.W. 15th A.vcmu&-Pbone OX lGU1"CREDO nullifying
ment. 'ciim: ] !
OF THE NEGRO PRESS" .,
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead th, "When half of the robberies in Miami In 1963 were w.i ,. ,

world from racial and national antagonism when it accords to committed by children, it's time to do something," said GratitudeOur
'every man regardless or race creed or color his human and Mrs. Wainwright.
I legal rights fluting no man. fearing no man-the Negro Press I Charles Lockhart, public relations employee of the sincere thanks for the
, strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men are Bonded Rental many kind and thoughtfful expressions -
Agency, Luther Brooks, manager, expressed -
of
mrt tat long as anyone is held back. appreciation sent
fright for the future unless there Is a depth of evalua- and brought to the new
tion by adults. House of Albert, 3161 Grand
POLITICALTop Father John Nevin of the Catholic Bureau, deplored Ave., for "Open House" last
news this week is the ruling of the Supreme that he had been in so many committees and nothing Sunday.
Court of the United States on' states apportionment b y is done. Your flowers and plants gavea

population,. This all took place at :a meeting held last week, called words touch made of beauty our hearts and your feel

The ruling makes the following states legislatures I for the purpose of planning action to reduce crime strangely warm within as we

unconstitutional: New York, Virginia, Colorado, Maryland among juveniles.A dedicated the house "where
and Alabama. steering committee was appointed to evaluate the service begins and never ends/

The high court said that both (houses of state legisla following ,and other resolutions: Thanks Lester again.C.
Alttert
1. Establishment: of a Central Records Bureau for owner
tures must' be apportioned on population.The Myrtle M. Davis
juvenile offenders to serve all of the manager
/lareas county.
vote was not unanimous, six of /the nine judges I 2. Creation
faVored the three of a centralized crime prevention bureau ,Mrs Pittman
ruling, were against. to be operated und/er/ the sheriff. SpeaksAt

While, Florida was not in this group of states:, the 3. A permanent board to co-relate, coordinate and Peaceful ZionMrs.
ruling' will no doubt, affect Florida, We may therefore "focus" 'activities and attention.
expect legislation apportionment for considers Elizabeth Pittman. principal .
some on 4. Reevaluation of policies and legislation regard-
lion during the 1965 meeting of the Florida legislature.. of Poinciana Park Elemen
ing witholding publication of of
names juveniles.. tary School, will he the morn-
Florida has '67 counties, those with the largest popu 5. A Toughter Attitude together with, adequate Ing speaker on Sunday, when
lation have for many years been subject to the will of the tools for investigation and apprehension and a selective Peaceful Zion Bantlst Church
smaller counties. It's time for lai change, and certainly program. 2400 NW 68th St., celebratesWomen's
that change is coming. Day.Chairman .
Mrs. Nettle Roberson -
Following are some comments on the ruling: OUR OLDEST CITY and cochairman Mrs. Annie
Governor Farris Bryant'said that this decision would Governor Farris Ruth Parker promise a splendid
Bryant, dissatisfied with racial! program to all who attend.
apparently call for a rethinking of our total legislative
.
demonstrations
and disorder in St. Augustine decided to Mrs. Rebecca Fisher of
structure. take charge of the situation. On Monday he set up la 200- Richmond Heights will he the
Senator Claude Pepper said he was very gratified ; man police division under control of a state police major evening speaker. Rev. C. P.
he called the decision "a victory for democracy.. and made them responsible for law and order in that Invited.Preston Is pastor. The public Is
.
State' Senator George Hollaihan said the ruling af- ."frh....."",. .

fected both 'houses, He would now favor a "unicameral A The governor held a conference with St. John's LINKS ENROUTETO
legislature" since it would be less expensive. County Shieriff L. O. Davis who has been severely criti-

Senator Holland is against the ruling. He said many cized by the demonstrators and the federal courts in his NASSAUDuring

people will see no reason to have ai two-house legislatureif handling of the demonstrations. ; the weekend more
they tare going to be based on population. Jackie Robinson was a visitor to St. Augustine; he than 400 members of The Links,
is supporting the demonstrators' but did Inc, national women's service
Governor-elect Haydon Burns disagrees with the not take a part I
in the miarchingv club will] nas! thru Miami en-
ruling. I route to Nassau for their 14th
I Robinson
Dante Fascell: "The court's decision is in line with I took a crack at our president, Lyndon B. Biennial National Assemblv.
its previous rulings on legislative apportionment." Johnson,,saying that he should stop talking and do something Some of the most prominent
about the situation. Just because women In the country are mem
a man from Arizona
George Smathers, : "The ruling is a typical bad Su- be his her of the group.
may opponent is
preme Court dtecision. The Supreme Court: has no rightto his horns." no reason for him to pull in The meetlncr; will] he held at

rule on how state legislatures should be apportioned. Late thp Nassau Beach Hotel. Mrs.
reports from this
old city are somewhat more Lugusta Colston Is president of
This is a function of the legislatures. encouraging. Both sides the host Miami
seem to be enjoying a cooling off chapter and
I Repreentative Louis Wolfson He has Sneaker period Mrs. Maude Reid Is
: urged 'Meanwhile Dr. R. W. Puryear, president of the program
Horne to set up a study committee which would prepare Florida Memorial\: College Senator Verle Pope. and some chairman. .. IT
apportionment recommendation at a special session others are endeavoring to form an interracial
that Ministers
group
to ReportTo
of the legislature.Representative. could serve as advisors and mediators. ""'
I
David Eldredge: He does not favor People

the, ruling: but if thev"'want hoth houses on a population The Second Sunday in May Is ,:Mother's Day,. the second The Greater Miami Minister-
basis why have two houses? in June is Children's Day. anti the third Sunday in lat Alliance has now released

, Mayor Robert King: High favors the decision. June, Father's Day. plans and program for Its

i Representatives Richard Petticrrew and Lee Weissen- Why they put the "ole man" at the end of the family held"Report at the to First the Baptist People"Church to he

born are also in accord with the ruling. days is la question we are not able to answer. It may In Opa-locka on Monday, June
Some displeased stiates' would sponsor amendmentsto be that everybody had a day; and it was found out that 29, at 8 p.m. This I h an annual
the constitution seeking power to overrule Supreme he didn't have ona, so they just made one for him. report made each year at the
Court decisions.A Honor your father not only on Father's Day, but year.end of the Alliance's program

every day. Far too often, too much is taken, for granted, The general nubile Is Invited
and too little recognition is given to the and
BIG .BOND ISSUEOn breadwinner. a greater attendance Is ex-
Ylour appreciation on his day can help to give him pected than even last year's
September 26 Miaminns will be going to the polls much needed lift. a which was exceedingly' well at

to vote for a bond issue totaling' $36,650,000. If passedit "Be kind to thy father, for when thou wast tended. The program 'for the
will afford many improvements.As who loved thee as fondly as he.? young evening'nq ministers.will Include the follow-

listed they include sanitary sewers, storm sewers, He caught the first accent that fell from thy tongue, Revs. C. D. Smith, L. L. Sands,
rebuilding streets, Improving parks, eight swimming And joined in thine innocent glee." W. J. Mann T,. T?. Ttnaa: W TP_
pools. tennis lawns, golf course and basketball facilities. Savoy, I. C.: l\flcki s.'jia t,
A new miatrina costing $2.250,000, will be built south Woolfork Music and C. L. Brown.
will be
of the existing one. There will also be expansion of our the choirs from three furnished of the by

library facilities. Beading churches In the metropolitan
I Flagler Beauty School area. The city's ushers

Manager Melvin Reese announced .that discussionsare union will provide the ushers.

now going on (about construction, of ,18 joint city INTEGRATEDNow Benefit Show
county office building. Manager Reese' is against putting offer opportunity of a lifetime in all phase at Maya

the construction on the September ballot. He said, that of Beauty Culture, Modeling, Charm. Poise and dette The Boosters Mays Hlirh School Kay-
Club Is
we are wasting money at Dinner Key. The building is Makeup a benefit show for sponsoring the-

;insufficient and extravagant.Metro's ULTRA MODERN FACILITIES I purchasing uniforms for the
LOCATED IN THE drill team. ,
HEART
OF
Manager Irwin McNayr has advised Dade'slegislators DOWNTOWN The show will be Monday'
MIAMI COME IN OR CALL June 22 at 8 p.m. In the school
that 'Metro will be calling on them next year auditorium featuring famous
'In hopes of getting broader taxing powers. FLAGLER BEAUTY SCHOOL recording stars from our local
1 He has forwarded 1 copies ,of the 1964-65 budget: to 109 WEST FLAGLER STREET PHONE 371-0812 area. Such stars as Marv Hyler,
that the document Small Down Claence Reid, and the Delmars.
the legislators" noting highlights our Payment $5.00 Weekly the Esquires Billy Rolle and
'flal problems which, stems from state restrictions on'' .. ..... his orchestra and many, many
Ai. ." more stars. Donation Is 50c.PA.GE .
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TATE, circulation SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1964 PAGE S '
manager of the Chicago I :'1'
Daily Defender left Thursdayafter THE MIAMI TIMES -- MIAMI, FLA. ,
attending the five-day
convention of the International i{
Circulation Managers Association
at the Americana. .- ,-- -- .. -'- '.. j

JU \1. WYATT T. WALKER Guys On the Go Need Milk Guys O : :

Dr.of Atlanta Martin, field Luther general King's for assaults n the Go Need Milk Guys On the Go 9

Shnll Wo Do Now" FANNIE HUMES surprisedher on segregation,. really Need Milk On the Go Need Milk I
Guys
"Free Time A
Challenge to husband, Earlln. with a was fluent and sharp on Chan-
Free Men" Is again the themeof party on Saturday night? The nel 7's Florida Forum last Sun-
the National Recreation Association gala celebration was in honor day. He handled questions from Guys On the Go Need Milk Guys I;

In June.,Each traditionally week of observed J u n e of Earlyn's birthday.ON Blrchites great authority and Klansmen and finesse.with On the Go,,'Need Milk Guys On the G +I
SUNDAY, Geraldine Lew.
highlights a different form of
recreational activity. The first Is will join the June Brides Reeves TIMES leaves EDITOR Garth C. o Need Milk Guys On the Go Need
Thursday to
week, Youth Fitness; the second when she becomes, Mrs. Noble at.
week. Family Recreation; the Jones. Congratulations and tend Publishers the National Convention Newspaper In San Milk Guys On the Go Need ,Milk Guys I
third, Recreation and the Arts; best wishes to both of you.IJlUAN .

Service.the fourth, Recreation Through ;\ ALLEN Is studying he Francisco.goes to After Los Angeles the convention on Lin- On the, Go Need Milk Guys On t

at FAMU this summer, coln National Bank business. he Go Need Milk Guys On the Go NGREATER
GET WELL Wtahca/ to Mrs. while her husband, Oral, attends FRONTIERS
Louise Johnson who Is confined : FSU. International
under (
the local
to Cedars leadership of I
of Lebanon ond
Stanley Robinson who is con- OUR SINCERE sympathy to E. N, Taylor, manager of Scott I
valescing at his home, 1873 NW the family of the late Mrs. Homes, are busily planning' for
Winnie Johnson. their national:: convention at the
72nd St. as well as to Edythe
Grant Poitler, a patient at Ced ATTENDING the Amufcur Roney than Plaza July 21-24. More
300
: members and their
of Lebanon
ars Hospital.
Golf Tournament (held Miami
on families are expected to come
JUST LEARNED that Louise Beach were Kathleen Mc- to Miami Beach for the meet-
Bogie 'has been ill for the Donald and her husband of St. Ing. I
past four weeks. Indeed happy Augustine. Ii
i
that the OMEGA: PHI PHI fraternity
you are on road to
RUTH JONES EVERETTEin held Its
Louise. final meeting of the w '
recovery 3t
.' i
upending the gummier stu dying year at the Ulysses (Lucy) !
AND I HEAR tell that Louise at Tennessee State. Homes palatial home In Danla
Bradley was in an automobile Saturday night.
Dr. and Mm. NATHANIEL
accident. Hope it's nothing seri
ous, Louise. COLSTON have as their week- ROY E. BOUGH Jr., son of
end guests, Mrs. Nannette Williams Dr. and Mrs. Roy E. Boggs
HOW TIME: GOON by! llev. of Tyler, Texas. Mrs. Lois (Edith) of New Orleans, has
and Mrs. Henry C. McDowell Houvell of Alexandria, La.; won a four-year scholarship to
celebrated their Goth anniver- Ruth White and Mrs. Jimmie Harvard University.
sary here in Miami on Sunday. I Urashear of Dallas, Texas.
What a pleasure it has been to These 'ladies are enroute to -i:
have this wonderful couple Nassau in the Bahamas where
make Miami their home. LINKS from all over the coun- Try a Classified Ad
try will converge for their
'lllack Man's America," n controversial National Assembly. Jimmie is For Best Results
book by Simeon the sister of our own Lugusta
Booker who is editor of the Colston, president of the local
Washington Bureau of the chapter of the Links, Inc.
Jdhnson Publications, will be I
reviewed by Father Theodore A NOTE of cheer would be 4 DAYS ONLY
Gibson, 8 o'clock this eveningat appreciated by Emma Carroll
our Northwest YWCA branch who is confined in Christian ATLAS RECONDITIONEDSINGER
5100 NW 21st Ave. An added Hospital. .1kNu
note of interest Is the fact that
the author Is the brother of This verse is dedicated to my
Carolyn B. Holland. Carolyn Is, Oad for Father's Day:
our program director of the it's always my remembering .
Northwest YWCA Center. The many things you do '-,
That make the family very
MEMBERS of the Poinsettia proudTo r

Bridge Ellison on CluU Saturday honored last. 'Maude Maude ,have a Dad like you PORTABLE ELECTRIC (

Is retiring from the teaching And since you're held In high
f
profession after 35 years. 'Twasa regardThroughout SEWINGMACHINE )
wonderful affair. each passing yearIt !'
means a lot to tell you so Ati t
PAT THOMAS attractive When days like this appear 1p
Northwestern High Senior, has Happy Father's Day, Dad!
deserted our city to spend the
summer In Nassau. COMPLETE WITH AIRPLANE

JUANITA MATTHEWS Is enjoying Dugie's Guest HouseThe LUGGAGE CARRYING DAlE MIAMI URBAN LEAGUE GUILD
the wonders of our Sponsors
nation's capital. Washington, house of unusual rooms J
SHOW AND
D.C. then on to New York City Open 24 hours NE 4.3851 DANCE TIME
for a "look-see" at the World s Sunday June
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See for clean
us rooms Parisian
will spend a delightful Lounge
weekend. William and Inez Jamajca Dugie always a 728 N.W. 79th STREET
Haley are motoring up to
spend Father's Day with him, friend Advance Tickets $1.50 At Door $1.75" ,
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White-Brimberry THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.'t ,
Urban AnnouncesCivil :
League Bethrothal SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1964 PAGE .7 I



Service Exams Announced Mr. and Mrs. Lenzo Cook announce neers Battalllon, U. S. Army, I wlil be at my home
lla mholder.
the engagement of their Germany address

AUTOMOTIVE MECHANIC ination. '-'Ili] { niece Miss Thelma White to An August 8 wedding is

ilequtrements: Resident with. Education: High school grad Sp-4 James Nelson Brlmberry. planned. SUNDAY JUNE 21

in Miami city limits for o n e uatlon. ; r 1253 NW 52nd Street
year prior to date of examina- .
tion. Height and weight: minimum t
Miami Florida: t
5 ft. 7 in., 133 Ibs. Maximum 6 / t Try a Classified Ad ,
Applicants must have pass- ft. 3 in., 202 Ibs. A rigid physical _
ed their 21st birthday examination Is required MR. HAROLD
order to qualify for an ap- For Best Results
Education and Experience: pointment to this position.
Graduation from high schoolor
vocational school, and completion Visual acuity: 20-30 each )0 NOW RUNNING
of four year appren- eye separately, without correcting -
ticeship plus attainment of lenses of any kind, including i

( Journeyman's motive mechanic.rank as an auto- glasses, contact 20-20; lenses.no contact With 3 A } ve 9R tcfi1: I:1.1Ij 'I J7 [ I L 1

Salary: $380 $405. lenses. Depth perception wlth-
,n normal limits.Applicant .
MAINTENANCE MECHANIC POST TIMtStOO
Requirements: Resident of must pass a stringent
Dade County for one year priorto character investigation to P.M."ra .
date of examination. qualify. ?
.* .
Experience: Two years experience Must be able to swim u mini
in each of two of the mum of 75 yards. Must haveor
following trades: carpenter, be able to qualify for a Fla.
plumber,' painter, mason, electrician driver's license.
or air-conditioning repair ,
plus two years experiencein Note: A complete athletic test ; *
maintenance of large build (including swimming) is required -
ings. before appointment will The bride-elect Is a native 01 dI on..af
be made. Cochran, Ga., and is the daughter -
Salary: $380 $185. of the Uev. William of cnl-
FIREMAN Salary These: $380 classifications- $185. are cago, I1L and Mrs. Alice Walker Mow! TWill DOUBLE
Resident of Dade County. "
Smith of Cochran, Ga. Miss
have available to all applicants who
must
Age: Applicants White lecewed her lurmer education -
passed their 21st birthday but meet the above requirements, $ROOOO) Intnrniitlonnl t
must not have reached their regardless of race, color or ut Dorsey Junior High jilT Ch,,,,,,1('. 1st quiirtor final
School, Miami and Cochran
29th birthday: at time of exam- creed. round Bnturtlny
High School, Cochran, Ga. She Gntoa open ft p.m.
't
was graduated cum laude

I First Novel By A_Major(New TalentThe I College which among,institution the Augusta Class of,she 03 Ga.of receivedthe Paine from

B.A in
-- degree Secondary
publication of THE Education with emphasis in
MESSENGER marked the arrival Benefit BreakfastA English. From August, 1003,
0 fan e w major talent, large crowd of nearly 100 through June 1, IDOi, Miss I
author Charles Wright. His attended benefit breakfast at White was employed as Instructor .
book was recently published as Tucker's Restaurant In Opa- of English at Hoylan-
a Crest paperback by Fawcett. locka, Sunday, May 31, given Haven Mather Academy, Cam
World Library ((60c.) by the Women's CooperativeClub. Jen, South Carolina.
The breakfast was a uc-
It is the remarkable story ofa
whose searchfor Sp-1 Rrimberry is native of
Negro youth cess.The
club has bought: a life' 4
identity plunges him head- Champagne, 111., but has spent
long into New York's subter- time membership with t charitable h eNAACI' most of his life in Miami. He
other
ranean world of Junkies, pro- work.and does is the son of Mrs. L. M. Urlm-
stitutes and perverts. A detail The members would 1'ke to berry, formerly of 0217 NW
exploration of the land of the hank, who helped 12th PI., and is the brother of
everyone I
lost and the lonely, I THE make the breakfast a success. Mrs. Luther U. Smith of 3120 '
MESSENGER brutally reflects The following are names of NW 41th St. He is presently If't
the cynicism, confusion and some of the clubs that donated serving with the 203rd EngiOOOOOOOOOOOOCXD004- ,
emtiness of our age. to the breakfast:
Club -- - ---- -- - -- --- ---
Civic -
With this novel, 'Charles Charity Ladies --
Wright-like Algren, Kerouacand West Club Hollywood; Opa-locka Ladle Civic Social For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
Baldwin emerges as a ; Gay
spokesman for all who strugglein Club West Hollywood; The
the lower depts, crushed between Democrat Club, West Holly-
the narrowed vision of wood, Leach Art Culture Club,
society and their Miami.
respectable rt1BONDEDf
Bertha McKeever president
Cri- Mrs.
terrible hopelessness. .
I
own Harris
tical response t 0 THE MES- ; Mrs. Mattie re-
SENGER was outstanding. Here porte.
is a sampling::
Anniversary ServiceYou
"A very beautiful job..And,
no matter what the city fathers are cordially invited to
may say, this is New York: this attend the First Anniversary I
W: the way we live here now- Service Vand Dedication of the
Charles Wright is a terrific writer. Altar Tabernacle of the Most
." James Baldwin. Sacred Heart of Jesus American AGENCY INC. '
Catholic Church, 4718 NW
"Savage and vivid," The 31st Ave., Sunday June 21, 3 ,
New York Times. p.m. Very Rev. Donald An- (
thony, OSB rector; Most Rev.
"Haunted, Human and real.... I II. Francis Wilkie, D.D., pri '' The largest collection and rental
honest, tough and compassion mate.
ate.. Harper's.
in agency in the South; operating in
"A bitter social protest a ,
minimum of taut words..toldwith Your silent salesmanA -
slashing efCecUveness.The ."-. Classified Ad! ] r, Dade and Broward Counties'

Associated Press. :1
-- niw. L. L. BROOKS Negro Housing areas.

MENS-WEAR-H.n; President

GEORGE ... HARTH, General Manager

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SEE "MR. JACK" MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

FOR 10,000' HOUSING UNITS

STYLES FOR ALL AGES \ service main office
Bonded'alto has employment at
The Very Latest' In Mend Fashions
'4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA
MOHAIR SUITS HATS
SILK 'fnIT If me' pnMfc relations Dept. to assist' you 'In solving ystar problem. U1,

ITALIAN SHOES Pins a fleet of cars giving door to door service for tenants convenience t

944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida On nights and Sundays for emergoncy service call PL 9-8733

MAIN OFFICE

4150 N.W. 7th- Avenue PL 9-8733

VandaHsm'ao""tits'by a few Is expensive" alt Please help us stop this

What About Wigs? unnecessary evil ;... C. A. Uockhart, Public Relations Director'

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.. i fl t dONVfelflENT LOCATIONS! TO SERVE YOU 's

1f! consult' beautician? ; 1163 N.'.'& Afe. .........VFB S-S418: 17325 Resiestead Avs. ,

I, Why not your 1075 N.W 62ndl bt. ____.OX -14a1 Perrfne ......................-........_ CB S-SSU

Your beautician can give you the true ". SMI Grand -Are. ____ m s-... 1019 Hammondvllle Rd.
Pompano .. WE 3155I1.wiuh''Are
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story. After all who should know tIV" .... 1fB tW4Mm ,IUSS N.W. 22nd Ave."i .

d"Nw.! : 'M: 'gt. __ 616-a53 'Opa-locka __._.........._.... MTJ S-061T
than beautician? .
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Ground Beef Ib 29cFIRST Picnics 3ibs $1.49CENTER


CUTPork

Chuck CUT Roast Ib 271 Chops lb' 59cHERMAN'S



Chuck Steak Ib' 391 Franks or Bologna Ib 43c

HERMAN'S SMOKEDSausage

Club Steak Ib 591 Ib> 591

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DAIRYMANOR FROZENFARM
GRINDS- (With $g.OU Order or More) Lb. '
HOUSE'- GALLON HOUSE Assorted Flavors]
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Ice Milk f-2 gal 39t Folgers Coffee Ib 490 Cream Pies 29c

Miracle Oleo "Ib 27c CATTLE MAN'S- MILD OR HOT 19 ounce bottle BIRDSEYE BABY 10 OZ PK
Lima Beans 2 for 39c|
B-B-Q Sauce 290
PRODUCE BIRDSEYE 10 OZ PK
PINEAPPLE! GRAPEFRUIT-46 OUNCES. Cuf Corn 2 for 29c
Canto/opes/ each J9c Juice 3 for 791

For your Convenience
Green Cabbage Ib U 4 oz.,canVienna Our Services Include
RED BLISSPotatoes Payroll CheckCashing
3 for 591
4 Ihs 29c Sausage
Money Orders
LONG GRAIN- l/a LB.,CELLO Key Making
Watermelons 29c up Receiving
Paymentsof
I Eelbeck Rice 250
: SUNNY LAND 303 CAN Light Bills
Tomatoes 2 for 23c
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FRUIT' COCKTAIL 3 for 79c Maxwell House Coffee 99c

I YELLOW CLING 21/, CAN _
SLICED PEACHES 3 for Sge BUD OR SCHUTZ-With$5.00 Order or More

YELLOW CLING 21/, CAN Beer 6-pk 99c
HALVE PEACHES 3'for89c'
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G. B. 'I- 303 CAN CARRIAGE: CLUB Twin Pack
CORN CREAM STYLE 3 for 49c
Potato Chips 49c
P G. B. -303 CAN
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CANADA DRY 8 OUNCE ASSORTED

R 303 SWEET CAN PEAS 31o' .59c Sodas.. 6-pk 350

303 CAN _
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THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY
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White-Brimberry THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. "

League AnnouncesCivil Bethrothal I SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1964 PAGE .7



Service Exams AnnouncedMr.. and Mrs. Lenzo Cook announce I veers DaHalUon, U. S. Army, I wlil be at my home

the engagement of their 1 I3aumholder, Germany address

AUTOMOTIVE, MECHANIC ination "m' niece Miss Thelma White to An August 8 wedding is
Requirement ." Resident' with. Sp-4 James Nelson Brimberry. planned SUNDAY, JUNE 21
: I Education. : High school grad
in Miami city limits for o n e uation. 1253 NW 52nd Street
year prior to date of examina
tion. Height and weight: minimum 0a Miami i, FloridaFor tt f
5 ft. 7 in., 133 lbs. Maximum 6 f Try a Classified Ad :.
Applicants must have pass- ft. 3 in., 202 lbs. A rigid physical
ed their 21st birthday. examination Is required HAROLD
order to qualify for an appointment Best Results.
Education and Experience: to this position. uF
Graduation from high schoolor
vocational school, and completion Visual acuity: 20-30 each > NOW RUNNING
of four year appren- eye separately, without cor-
ticeship plus attainment of recting lenses of any kind, in- 1AN
Journeyman's rank as an auto cluding contact lenses. With .
motive mechanic. glasses, 20-20; no contact yj;yyy, ,
Salary: $380 $405. lenses. Depth perception wlth- ; r T
n normal limits.Applicant .
MAINTENANCE MECHANIC POST TIME
Resident of must a stringent -
Requirements: pass
Dade County for one year priorto character Investigation to atoo J JM.
date of examination. qualify. ., A A'TM

Experience: Two years experience Must be able to swim u minimum -
in each of two of the of 75 yards. Must haveor
following trades: carpenter, be able to qualify for a Fla. 4 Igl1v
plumber;' painter, mason, elec- driver's license.
trician or air-conditioning re-
Note A complete athletic test
:
experiencein
pair, plus two years
maintenance of large build (Including swimming) is required -
before appointment will The bride-elect Is a native 01 N.1bay gnyAwads1.w31rn
ings. be made Cochran, Ga., and is the daughter '
Salary: $380 $485. of the Itev. William of Cnicago -
FIREMAN Salary: $380 $.185. 111. and Mrs Alice Walk -
These classifications are NOW!e i 1WII DOUBLE
Resident of Dade County. all who er Smith of Cochran, Ga. Miss "
available to applicants
Age: Applicants must have White received ner turmcr education
meet the above requirements, $80,000 International
their 21st birthday but
passed have reached their regardless of race, color or at Dorsey Junior High ClllNM'r.' 1st quarter final
must not
School, Miami, and Cochran '
creed. round HnturdnyCnton
29th birthday at time of exam. High School, Cochran, Ga. She open ti p.m.
a was graduated cum laude
among the Class of 'G3 of Paine

I First Novel By A Maj/New( Talent College which ,institution Augusta, she Ga.received, from i

.- -- .- the 1J.A, degree in Secondary
The publication of THE Education with emphasis in
MESSENGER marked the arrival Benefit BreakfastA English. From August, 1903,
0 fan e w major talent, large crowd of nearly 100 through June 1, 1U6J, Miss
author Charles His attended a benefit breakfast at White was employed as Instructor
book was recently published as Tucker's Restaurant in Opa- of English at Boylan-
a Crest paperback bv Fawcett- locka, Sunday, May 31, given Haven Mather Academy, CamJen -
World Library ((50c.) by the Wfomen's CooperativeClub. South Carolina
The breakfast was a uc-
It Is the remarkable story ofa
Sp4 Brlmberry Is a native of
Negro youth whose him search headlong cess.The club has bought: a life Champagne, 111., but has spent
for identity plunges time membership with t h eNAACI'
York's subter- most of his life in Miami. He
into New
char-
and does other
is the son of Mrs L. M. IJrlm-
ranean world of Junkies, prostitutes table work.
and perverts. A detail The membeis would 1'ke to berry, formerly of ((5217 NW
exploration of the land of the hank everyone who helped 12th PI, and Is the brother of x
lost and the lonely, / THE make \he breakfast a success. Mrs. Luther B. Smith of 3120
MESSENGER brutally reflects The following are numei of NW 44th St. He is presently
the cynicism, confusion and some of the: clubs that donated serving with the 203rd Engl-
emtiness of our age. to the breakfast:
Civic Club, --
this novel, 'Charles Charity Ladles
Wright With-like Algren, Kerouacand West Hollywood; Opa-locka Ladies Civic Social For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates ,- Call
as a I' Club; Gay :
Baldwin emerges
all who strugglein Club: West Hollywood; 'rhe
spokesman for '
Democrat Club, West Holly-
crushed between
the lower depts, Leach Art Culture Club,
the narrowed vision of wood,

respectable society and their Cri- !, Miami.Mrs. Bertha McKeever pres- BONDED

own tical terrible response hopelessness.t 0 THE MES- ident; Mrs. Mattle Harris: re-

SENGER was outstanding. Hereis porte. ,
a sampling: ServiceYou y7
Anniversary
Job..And, RENTAL
beautiful
"A very cordially Invited to
are
fathers
no matter what the city
York this attend the First Anniversary
may say, this Is New ;
Dedication of the
!d' the way we live here now- Serv1ce'and '
_
Charles Wright is a terrific writer. Altar Tabernacle of the Most I' :
." James Baldwin. Sacred Heart of Jesus American AGENCY INC.
-
Catholic Church, 4718 NW
The June 21, 3 ,
"Savage and vivid, 31st Ave., Sunday
New York Times. p.m. Very Rev. Donald An-
OSB rector Most Rev.
thony, ;
"Haunted, Human and real... H. Francis Wilklc, D.D., l>ri- The largest collection and rental
honest, tough and compassion mate.

ate."-Harper's. agency in the South; operating in
"A bitter social protest In a fr
words..toldwith Your silent salesman
minimum of taut
Dade and Broward Counties'no
slashing effectiveness. A Classified Ad!
Associated Press.
The
Negro Housing areas
-- U i U JUt L. L. BROOKS

'W'E R-P'u Pretfdent
Jack's MEN'S
GEORGE ... MART.il, General Manager .

.* SEE "MR. JACK"* MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

FOR 10,000' HOUSING UNITS

STYLES FOR ALL AGES Bonded' also*has employment service at main office

The Very Latest' In Men's Fashions '
4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA i

SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS 'fall*time public relation Dept. to ...I.t you in Miring' jrotar problem. '

ITALIAN SHOES Pin a fleet of cam firing door to door service for tenant* conrenience "

944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida Oa nights end Sundays for emergency service call PL 9-8733
MAIN OFFICE

4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9.8733Vandallam

-,doflk;bj a lew I In' expeiulro alL Pleaae help na atop this "

? anneeHNI7. evil = C. A. IJockhart, Public Relation Director'
What About Wigs ,

t i1""dONViiNIENT LOCATIONS 'TO SERVE YOU

'''f 1 _. consult' beautician? t 1163 NW."& 1". ..---P'':R ':-M. 17325 H0MMte. AT*. i

Y ;?Why .not your 1075SflOl N.iI. 5SndtOX A-24tf7 P rrf o 0 ****.*.......*.......*.........._ CK S4B5SWE

beautician can give you the true ". Grand Are. _.N_. m 5ljg 1019 mnondrin Rd.
Your ..b .. Pompaao -..,,,............._ .....
After all who should know tzllV"N'.w.'fitll"'A:: :' ". ":':,. IfB 84M14255, N.W. 22nd Are.

story. ... ..N.W.1It.. ___ 'r..... OfM-locka; t..,...............,,...._ MU S-4H1T

better than your beautician? '.-2omrN'w-3rd-c'; : . PR S..s815Urban ,

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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1964 Available for engagements
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W. C. HAKEK'S COMBO
. M .o. ',x. 6+

_. Elks Grand Lodge Featuring Vocalist Little Clara
Jay
Comes to Miami
And Manny Cruz on Sax
AUGl t}T 22-29, HHU
Call 691-2557
.
r All Elk//Lodges, and Templesof indf > .
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the rim are In the midstof K
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a "Mammoth Membership .+..., ...
Drive." Let us all get.ready! seas Temple; 0. W. Bannerman \&ii t
A BIG INVITATION Temple; Greater Miami 4<" "p ,
Pride of Miami Coun- "
Temple
; .
4 .e Join now' so we can host cil, IBPOEW. f REE DELIVERY.. -- \.1" DRUG
the "Greatest Elk's Conven- 'SS1TCSI fOS tSS EEC BU fSS: SQ
MT MI G3;: tarCSB
B Hi HI BflM II
tion. W. O. Perry, president Fla. ,
Atlas Lodge No. 308, Litterty State Association; Dt. Myrtle .r
Lodge 1052, Overseas Lodge <<'' -:::'
Davis, District Deputy; Chas. -
1078, O. .Bannerman Lodge Higgs, Gen. District Deputy. :
1380, Magic City Lodge 1514, : (
PER Council 23, Antler's Hon. Hobson R. Reynolds,

Temple; Liberty Temple; Over- Grand Exalted Ruler. J20 I .;:.::.,:. ... .:>.:. :..::.J II

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Mrs. Gloria Smith Hunter itR .. .r. FRANKLIN ,
has received a fellowship for r
the academic year, 1064-65 .
I
from Atlanta University to do J
further study In the area of
i
counseling and guidance. Mrs. FEDERAL
Hunter, a. teacher-counselor at .
Dorsey Junior High School, re I
ceived her 13. S. degree from I

degree Bennett from'College Atlanta and her Univer-M. A. ; / '- Congratulates
(
Victor sity. She D. Hunter Is the wife and of the Captain daughter iiaijr ; :

of Mr. and Mrs. Julius 1

Smith. 'l 'jVs 1 Newly Elected i :


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Salter's Little Lamb Kindergarten Cassandra Robinson, and
,,, 4 .Rte graduating class: Leftto Patricia Mobley. I : ::1:1I
? right: Valedictorian, Donna The school is owned and operated (Advisory Council !{
Pieze; Gregory Byrd, Michael by Mrs. Etha Finch and

Hughes, Cynthia Howard, Mrs. Jean Jackson. ... .._.-. -.- -
1 Franch Dennis, Cynthia Porter The graduation exercise was ) .
,, Kerwin Bryant, salutator- held Sunday, June 14 at Sal- ... 1I -) \
ions; Yvonne Wright and Gregory ter's Chapel AME Church and ,These are the men and women whose dedication \ 1
I Wright, Suzette Russell, attended by parents and many I I to community needs and devotion to I
Derek Colston, Franklin Good- friends.
I civic ideals have given Franklin Federal added I .

a -- strength, stature and area-wide recognition..... I
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IN THEATRE : A' '
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On Father's Day Gamble Memorial f.
Church will honor Its 22nd Ave. and Palm 'Drive-in Theatre 3r. 5 1
pastor, Elder J, C. Jackson. I \ .ay rf.z:
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A man of courage and the COMPLETELY INTEGRATEDOX 11 'i_ Y 1r
greatest In the eyesight of the It a
officers and members, he Is a 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St. I I' : I
man of ability' dignified and :
'a qualified leader, NOW SHOWING 1'1 : YaY B
The church Is looking for- .. .. Il wr x SI k R I..
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him. r tt hys
ward to honoring

II ill! Cary r Audrey If I ) I i


You Boxers can be NeededAny a champ !II; Grant Hepburn r .R f 1r


weight, any nationality, Hi L,4'f \
apply to RAY EIlVIN, 410 BW Iii \L I II
8th Ave., known coast to coast ljiI
as a first class trainer and iyr 14yr w i( NELSON ADAMS, Chairman
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manager. Boxing gear furnished I .
has all credentials to who v I '
Call 377-3053. I III '.
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ADVISORY COUNCIL ROSTER
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SINCE ma kl.I (
I1IIIi! I VNea| Adam. :
For Quality Building '
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.,,1III i I Nelson Adams'Cliff J.

PL 1-3604 I I Baker : !
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Mack Barkley r
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lbw ; I : Rudolph Bradley f ? ...1 ;

G. P. Coleman /

11'1' Charade I I I R. C. Coleman \ I I II

1.1' Roosevelt Dsnard s J : I

L ASTANIEYDONEN_ I. / Clifton Dyson \ I,

LOT OWNERS! fl la Rev. Theodor. Gibson, I .

We plan, guide and a.hINt' PLUS -- I .. Sue Harris
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Your plans n i' nUl'M I \ Ellen Heldt I.... : '

Built Hornet s f Eugene Kemp '
Custom I ,
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Isaao Meares : I'I'I
Attractive AdditionsQuality I I .
I ( Rev. 'I. C. Mlcklna .
Alterations J
Sgt.Jes... Nashj .'
Good bank financing I I ... '
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Marlon Shannon -
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Dennis .
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Llclt.lod Insured a oWrYw I .'-.. .. I )

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. -L L' '

I SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1964 PAGE S Summer A'dvonture 'In

Music and Dance

+ a HOME BARGAINS A great opportunity for.4
Y I
503 NW 47th StreetCBS your child to learn during

a ,k beauty, only $350 down,'$O1 month, stove and vacationRegistration
(fhmm.w refrigerator, nice lot. Beat area.
June 20
4030 NW 3rd Ave. V

Huge 4-bedroom, Fla. room and ffarag} .. $495 down, FINE ARTS '
move right in. $89.50 month para all. CONSERVATORYCLYDE

a Direct from owner. Open Sunday WI 5-3886
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LIVE RENT FREE IOLLEN31


L }f Ride by And see SIR JODN 1 (HOTEL

} 6920-22 NW 6th Court
; u KNIGUl.IEATCLUB
Duplex, $650 down. Stove,and refrigerator each apt.
Only $13,500 total. CBS. A real bargain.
.. "Home of The Stars"PRESENTS
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,..$ DOWN FRI. SAT. SUN.

$35 month,'2-'btJ- m'CBS furnished No qualifying, JUNE 19. 20 21

move in today.,. .
': ADM. $2.00 ADVANCE
GET THIS! $10,990 TOTAL
___ __ ___ ___u_ _n___ _____ _.. ------_.-- _._. --"'" I. $2.50 AT DOOR
Call to'see
JESCA's Summer OX 1-8112 for the next two
I weeks of Day Camping. I mARY WEII.S'It

in I ,,, ... _.
Camp
Day 'C.rirno ,
: Thanks to our sponsors of 'C. REALTY I : ,.
'It.
clubs I.
High GearThe and individuals for their ',
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generous contributions f o r
Summer children whose patents: or 801 ,NW 54th Street
Program; of
guardians are unable to pro-
James E. Scott Community
vide them with the wonderful
59-8372 691.2868
?:Association Is off to a good; experiences of
fun
start. The Summer staff held summer :

"its; training session on May 30,. Atty. Martin Fine, Liberty # ..... '.. of ,,... 'I
atthe'Hampton House In preparation Associates, Inc. (Leon Task)
for working with children Dr. Albert 1'. Edwards, All
youth and adults enrolledfor Miami Appliances, Inc., Joe's -
various activities. ONLY
Quality Market (Doo Wing; $65 MONTHIncome I
Seventy-three preschoolersand Wing), Frank Uramelster Dept. beautiful CBS,. corner, fenced, gorgeous
grade school children par- Store, Radio Center Television, landscaping. Owner 'the main bedlroom
can occupy,
In the first of inc. ((1Y.. ) Samuel D.
ticipated week zevelYl' house the 2 ,apU.; 'will'' for each.
summer fun In day camp. The \Wright, Chapter efficiency rent $65 '
Senior Citizens first trip was Links, Inc Liberty Elks Lodge This is a real buy if you have a few thousand dollarsto tM
No. 1052, Phyllis! Wheatley Art /
to the Seminole Village; In Da-
invest.
nla where they enjoyed a won and Social CluU, Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Abess, Mr. and Mrs. --.-
derful tour through; the village ; .
I
From Dan la they Journeyed on ,I Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Joe's 12-bedroom CBS.; No qualifying, ,only; $77 otit i, at-
to Fort Lauderdale for lunch roccrYf Judge and Mrs. Stan- tractive home in Cordova Park area. Total Vrjfce is (,
and recreation at the Elks edge, Marcel Taupln. : .. .. ,*..J4' u
antiMrs -
$11,550. .
only *
Club. All reported a very enjoyable The Troubadours Club, Dr. m
.
day.Register ; George 'A. Simpson. Food -. -: ,
Fair Stores, Inc., Miss Lillian k d
Biggest Hit Across the Nation
your child now by ivellyof Augusta: ,, Ga., and the bedroom CBS. No' qualifying; only:,077 iftonth', svt
calling PL 8-4791, PL 4-2328 or Sunshine Community Club. well built home and" has been newly'painted insidb "MY GUY"
and outside. Floors completely newmoderiiawning, '
windows for* small BIG TEEN AGE MATINEESUN.
; deafl couple or family.r
,
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., JUNE 21 3-6 P.M.
,CBS DUPLEXWith !
extra: corner lot, beautiful 2- tory, built''by own ADMISSION $1.00
er. Lot alone is worth $4,000.Drive by and see 3723
NW 11th Ave. *

How. -.- COMING JUNE 26 27 28
many years
Big, Big Beautiful 3-bedroom CBS )
Large FJav room', closets are tremendous, shade and DOUBLE ATTRACTION
before'1Father's fruit 'trees add to comfortable living. This attractive
home is too big for 1 lot, so owner had it built on 2
Day lots. You need $500 cash and reasonable income to Little EstherPLUS
qualify for an FHA mortgage of $15,000.It's I

a terriffic buy, worth more
fathers
were enjoyingGordon's
MIAMI'S SENSATIONAL"I've
LIBERTY REALTORSMember ,
? Got A Thing Goln On" '

( of Miami' Board of Realtors) .


Exactly introduced 141.his remarkable For Alexander gin to London's Gordon 4500 N.W. 2nd Ave. 751-7594 COMING JULY 4-5-6 :.

fathers way back in J 1769.The first official

i "Father's Day" took place In 1210 at THE DYNAMIC

Spokane,Washington.Today, -_-
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Father's Day is celebrated f SAM And, DAVE

throughout the nation whileGordon's "it; ..
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is celebrated Nsf ? ft. .'
world. +
throughout the ? T MYm
Indeed,,it Is the f"%; st.* J '. ? '. -4
selling gin in all of
England, America, the iODQN I 8

world. Probably be "

cause it still harks back FIST !
LED ,
to Mr.Gordon's original IONDONDRY a

formula. We've never GIN ,

found reason to tamper M MWI4.M_ _u.M/? 1 ]
with such distinctive

1 dryncss: and rare,flavour. ,4r

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6M

PRGOUCT Of U.LA.DISTILLED LONDON Dar CM.IGOx wtutaAL V IT3
GRAIL RO Poor.GORDON S ORY GIN CO?UO.L D Z U J.

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SALTEfc'S CHAPEL MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

Rov II. J. Benson Pastor PAGE SATURDAY JUNE 20
10 1964
,
Flossie Marshall\ Reporter

) illFj. Sunday all day was observedas
Children's Day at Salter's

school Chapel.and Thruout in the eleven the Sunday O'clock Recognition Day Will

service a beautiful programwas ,, I
rendered, with Miss Mazie '
Williams the morning speaker.She Be Observed
spoke in a most brilliant Sunday

way to the young people, her
talk enjoyable. The
was very On June 21 at 4
Sunday, p.m
Junior Choir with Mrs.
sang Recognition Day will be ob-
Clara Underwood at the organ, served at the Dade CountChildren's ST. JAMES AME CHURCH
Miss Muriel Ward sang How
Home in Kendall Rev. J. B. Blacknell
Great Thou Art. pastor
The address will be
principal
Bert Cooper
We were happy to have so delivered by Supervisor Alfonso reporter
I. many lovely visitors to worship Williams of Division "B" of Youth Day at St. James was
with us, they are welcome to the institution. one of the "cream events" on
come again. the church's calendar!

Mrs. Agnes Davis, and Mrs. Since this day is recognizedas The young men and wo-
Carnelia Glenn along with Rev. Father's Day the program men did themselves proud.
Benson, are getting the young will 'be conducted by the male Not only themselves but their
people ready for the Sunday staff. ...I 1 parents and other grownups.
HOPE BAPTIST [GAMBLE MEMORIALElder School Convention. Beginning will Some of us sneaked out hank-
Mr. George Jones
July 8, Wednesday. pre-
5129 N. W. 17th Ave. J. C. Jackson, pastor There were also a new rallyon sent Mr. Williams and Mr. Mor- erchlefs to tear.wipe away an appreciative -

Rev. 1'. Freeman, Pastor Nathaniel Thomas, reporter Sunday among the Children ris Harris will preside. Rev.
Our Services were spiritually 1809 NW 5th Ave. it was a success. Mrs. Benson Ernest Hutcheson Jr., will offer The service was an integrated
high all day last Sunday. Everyone The Oth"annual State Youth the supervisor of the missionaries prayer and benediction.The one. The Youth Choir of
is urged to attend all their Congress of the Churches of attended the missionary public is invited. Kendall Methodist Church ren

weekly meetings please pray God in Christ of Eastern Flor meeting in Bellglade Tuesday. dered beautiful music with
for the sick and shut-in; pray. ida, with Elder Wm. Atkins, Dont forget the needy ones I Sandra Hoffman, directing. Also
er meeting every Tuesday state president; Mrs. Mary pray for them. MT. CALVARY CHURCHRev. present was the Kendal youth
for one hour. Davis, state chairlady presiding I quartet composed of Bill Miller,
BTU every Sunday even- : ; was spiritually enjoyed by ST. MATTHEW'S CHURCH S. Atchison, Pastor Dick Davenport, Steve Becker
Ing at 5:30: p. m. Dea. Hicks is all who attended. (African Orthodox) Constance Carter, Reporter and Bill Soderberg.Mr. .
asking young people to please Coconut Grove, FloridaFr. Last Sunday's services were
come out and also the adults The theme for the day was S. J. Sweeting, most enjoyable. Our morning ... and Mrs. Hoffman, parents -
for BTU Rev. Paul Freeman "The Knowledge of Greatnessof This Sunday June 21 from speaker was our own, Rev. J. of Sandra Hoffman, the
The Hand of God is Complete H. his theme ,youth choir director, were instrumental -
pastor.TEMPLE Security." 4:00: to 6:00: the priest and mem "Harmony." Our
was: pastor In
BAPTISTChildren's seeing that the
church
bers 0 f S t. Matthew's
delivered the evening sermon:
I group was present for this af-
Day was fittingly This Impressive service was cordially invite you to attend "First Time Walking. Both fair.
observed. Miss Rose Morman, highlighted by the vice presi their Father's Day Tea at the sermons were most inspiration
the morning; speaker, made a dent, Elder J. C. Johnson, Elder home of Mrs. Katheleen Gar- al. Charles C. Batchelor, coun-
lasting impression on the con I G. B. Rogers, instructor of ner, 3804 Florida Ave. selor for youth at Kendall
gregation and all of the parti- I dally Bible classes and Mrs. S. Services for St. Matthew's Barbecue is continuously be- Methodist was
Strong, state chorus directress African Orthodox Church are the a guest.
cipants played well their part ing sold every Saturday at Others
Miss Celestine Smith who vlrs. Lucille Lewis was appointed being held at Bain's Funeral church, in behalf of women's New were Andrea Wills of
chairman to the Women chapel, 3187 Douglas Road. Divine Macedonia Baptist, Don-

had worked untiringly to pre Department. Liturgy is celebrated every Day which will terminate on ella and Audrey Smith of the
pare the program, was indIs- cordially the 4th Sunday. Church of the Open Door; Caro
Sunday at 11:00: a. m. We
posed and could not be pres- The 29th 1 Jerald
International youth Miller and
ent and Miss L. Campbell who invite you to come and Let us remember to prav for Richard
will Cook
Congress convene in Buffalo worship with this growing congregation librarian at West
was to be chairman for the the sick and shut-in
N.Y. beginning June 23-30. in a progressive com every- Homestead Elementary School.
evening, was suddenly calledto with Bishop O. T. Jones Jr., munity. where. The goal of the youth was
Sarasota to see a sick relative presiding. Nathaniel Thomas I $600. Thev topped that hv 'I'\j..
--
Miss Edwina Lord chaired
will attend this event from ing $906.60. Dianne Bowen was
both services. Miss V. Gamble Memorial. the Honored '
Youth for 64
by
Thompson was mistress oi f East Florida Primitive raising the sum of $139! Betty
ceremony for the musical and Some 4,000 persons attendedthe Brown, the chairman
$109J;
literary program. funeral services of Dr. Gwendolyn Cox
$108 and
Alfred -
Fathers' Day will be observed Lillian head of Brooks the Women's Coffey who Depart-was Scott, co-chairman $100.50.

Joseph this Smith Sunday.will deliver The Rev the ment of the Churches of God Baptists At Fort Piercemorning Mrs. Ann Smith headed the
in Christ over the world. drive along with Mrs Esther

and morning honor message.your father.Come out Nearly 500 Churches of God The 93rd annual session of and 3 p.m. service. Scott, Margaret Reynolds, Ger-
in
Christ
dignitaries from
Primitive trude Stockllne, Mrs. Mary
the East Florida Misses Mildred Rollins and
across the U. S. attended the
The Men's Day Committeewill School Con- Thomas and Mrs. Catherine
Baptist Sunday
Virginia Alford asked
funeral services of this dynamic are to Peterson.
sponsor a program at the vention will open Wednesday
church at 3:30: p.m., in behalfof leader. morning 9:30: o'clock at Mt. prepare for the panel discussion -
their drive. All are invited. Remember all fathers on his Pleasant Church 525 N. 11th on Friday's program. the Simple words cannot explain
Refreshments will be served day Sunday. All day at Gamble St., Ft. Pierce. gratitude that is felt by the
The No. 1 choir will render youth and their
during the BTU hour. The sponsors for
Memorial will be dedicated
Sunday
children are especially invitedto The n. v. H. n. Samuels the I song service 11 o'clock Sunday the splendid cooperation of
-"
to the fathers. -"
come. Worship president pi siding. The host I morning. The convention bus members and friends and esPcially -
together this week, you need Rev. will leave the church (New the white
friends
NEW MT. MORIAH not walk alone.FRIENDSHIP. pastor, S. P. Kilpatrick, of
welcomes the East Florida dis- Hope Primitive -Baptist 1301 Kendall Church. They stand
6700 N. W. 14th Ave. trict with great anticipation.The NW 1st place) at 2., a.m. Sat- in humble submission.
Rev. Almus L. Shipp, Pastor M. BAPTIST urday., .All passengers are ask
New Mt. Morlah hates to seer Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor delegates, choirs, offi- ed to be on time at the church. NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev.
Mother Annie Shipp and her Ruby Lee Carr, reporterOur cers and auxiliaries are expect. The ,No. 3 choir is to be on
family depart for their new ed to be present from over the program in the Youth's Day ac W. E. Sims Pastor
home in Long Beach. Calif We first aim is to know entire district. The No. 1 choir, tivities. The youth of our Church
1 pray' that they have a safe Christ ourselves and the sec No. 3 choir and ushers are expected was in charge of the Services
ond is to introduce Him to Rev. H. C. Samuels pies! throughout
trip. Sis P. Mayshack and her to be present Saturday the Day on last
others. Now I invite you to dent Rev. S. P. Kilpatrick, ; Sunday.
i4 children will be motoring along morning, June 20 to render ser- ; The Occasion was
with them. our services. f'o.'" vice in the Young Peoples Congress secretary; Rev. T. R. ,Griffin, Children's Day. We thank each
and the service SundayTRANSFIGURATON : moderator. Of the participants for doin.. rgfaiitiful >
Our vote of thanks to Sis. '" "
We were glad to have Bro go job The Occasion, by
Eddie Shipp and his sister-ln Ruth Scott, pianist for the M. Manuel and The

law, Frances Shipp from L. B. youth department Sis. Susie and Wright the Sis.directressl -I EBENEZER METHODIST Inspirational Address by Sis
worship with us Sunday morning Dorothy Snider were superb
On the fourth Sunday ae HoblnsonL Sis. Lucy Father Elisha S. Clark Vicar Rev. Aaron D. Hall, PastorE. To all of the Youth, It is your
morning. Our first lady Mrs. Rembert eota Ra- Ingram, reporterWe responslbllty to do
The Episcopal Young churchmen your very
zier for the the
splendid
L. way best for the
Shipp will be the morning Lord Jesus
youth conducted service on will meet on Sunday, June welcome the return 0 f and He Christ,
at Antioch
speaker of New may bless
21 at the home of Richard Miller and keep
Liberty City and choir No. one Youth Day with Miss Joyce Rev. Aaron D. Hall I and his you always.
will render service. Chambers of St. Paul AME at 5:00: p. m. All of the family, from the Florida Con-
;he guest speaker. She heldthe I youth of the church are askedto ference. as pastor of EWenezer. We are looking forward to
Let us not forget our pastor's congregation at attention be present and 0 n t 1 me. He began his tenth year as our Pastors First Anniversary,
anniversary Sunday. Our sympathy throughout her speaking. Our I. Eadron Andrews, President. pastor, Sunday, June 14th. beginning June 26th through
goes to Sis. M. Davies pastor delivered the sermon The St. Theresa's Chapter June 29. The Official Staff
and her family In the loss of for Youth Day. Everyone was will have Its monthly meetingon Visiting with us,Sunday, Pre- of our Church invites each of
her father. expressing their enjoyment of Sunday. Members please contact sident H. V. Mannings and .his you to share in this celel1rat-
the sermon. your Chairman, Mrs. MarJorie family of Calflln College,
Ohoir No.. 1 will inform the Oliver for the place. Orangeburg, S. C.;' The Rev. ion.The
various choirs about the postponed Sunday we expect to 'have The Church is sponsoring its and Mrs. Z. S. Berrien of Atlanta Pastor's Aid Club Din-
1 a program date. another (glorious time in the annual Boat ride on Friday, Ga.. Along with Rev.A. ner. Sale will begin a t 12:00:
Let us not forget to pray for services of the Lord with early July 3rd. Tickets are now on D. Hall, they are I delegates. noon, Saturday, at the home of
the sick and shut-Ins. morning baptism at Virginia sale. The Dream Boat will leave to the Jurisdictional Conference, Mrs. Carrie Lee 1301 N. W. 50th
Beach at 7:30: a.m. BaY ront Park Yacht Basin at which convenes ,.. at Bethune- St., Call NE 6-6145 for delivery.
BEREA BAPTIST 8:00: pm. There will be sightseeing Cookman College, .Daytona The No. 1 Choir toa
I We wish you could witnessour I and dancing. Get your Beach, June 17-21, 1964. The party this Saturday night at
5770 NW 15th Ave. pastor delivering the baptism tickets today from any church Youth Choir, under the direct. the; 5ome'of Dea. Iaslah Spencer
(YMCA Building,: ) sermon from the water.It member. Adults: $2.00. ion of Mrs. Pernella C. Brute 12189 N. W. 58th' Terrace/
Rev. J. Toles minister Is so wonderful. There will be corporate com will participate on, the program
The Lord is still blessing us munlon for all Fathers on Sun- on Saturday at the conference.The This Sunday "is,"Father's Day,
here at Berea and we are invlt Sunday June 21 at 3 p.m. day, Father's Day, All Fathersof Rev. A. J. Halpenny,president come and witness our Fathers
Ing everyone to come out and the Mothers Board will be the church are expected to I and founder_ of The in action. Our Pastor will bring
worship' with us on Sunday.We celebrating its anniversary with be present. Christian Film OrganizationInc. the Father's Day Message.

had a very high time on Rev. W. M. Slater and con Interdenominational.I Ot Let us continue in
last Sunday, which was our gregation In charge of service. PROVIDENCE prayer
CHURCHRev. for .
tawa. Ont. enroute to: Jamaica ouroickS and shut-ins. Visitors .
,
Communion day, and it was in The president, Sis. Camilla I .
high spirits. Our pastor Lewis and members invite you C. J. Burney pastor was also a visitor In the pulpit. worship are with always welcome to
brought the morning and even to attend. ,Sis. Claudia Wilson reporterWe The morning message was I us at. all times.
,: There will be a had a grand time
sale messages.at the church on Saturday, Tuesday June 23 at 8,';p.m. throughout the day Sunday. brought by President Mannings GAMBLE MEMORIAL
the Rev. Atkinson of Mt."Calvary The Youth'' which was inspiring and spiritually
please come out and help us. were in charge 1809 N. W. 6th Ave. .
On Sunday night June 21, there and congregation will be throughtout the day. The program accepted. Eld.- J. C. Jackson
,
will be an after-service program .- preaching for the Home MIs- was most wonderful. We On Father's pastor
sponsored by Deacon sion. The president Sis. Essie are In the midst of our revival Usher Board No. 2 will be in honor our Pastor Day we will
a man who
out and meeting and having a grand charge of class meeting on ,
Parmer please come Mae Robinson and members In his field Is the greatest in
hear( these gospel singer.,: time. Still another week, It will Tuesday: night. Let us not for- our eyesight. He is a
invite to be there. man of
you
close June 26, Rev. W. M. Boyd
,
the sick and
get shut-ins Mrs. courage, ability and fame.
He
Tuesday night, meetIng of Ga.
prayer Albany, Revivalist. Come I
everyone In Invited. Let us Visitors are always welcome. one Come all dont miss hear- Victoria Htggs, 935 N. W. 52nd leader.is a dignified We and a qualified
have
all pray for the sick"and shut- Come to church have your ing this Gospel preacher. You Street and Mrs. Clementina reason for looking every possible

in. faith lifted. are most welcome. Francis, Mt. Sinai Hospital. ,1 honoring him on Father's forward Day.ZION to.



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SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1964
THE MIAMI TIMES_ MIAMI, FLA. PAGE 11 i
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lette Miller. Marga tional Airport to dine in the I jets taking off and landing. ,Thelma Aranha, Marie Randolph
At Airport : The meeting was opened by private. room of the Dobb's After the dinner we toured 1 Willie M. Wright, Ann West, Lu- I
The Musolites Club met Sunday the president, Mrs. Ann West. House.A the lobby of the airport and venia Knox. Geneva Henry,
The business delicious New York Strip took in most of the ,
June 14 at the palatial transactions were Steak Dinner scenery.We Geneva Wilson Margarette Mil
home of Mr. and Mrs Maxie very brief and spicy. We then shrimp cocktail was served with then departed having had ler, Ollle Williams, Mattie New..
Miller, hostesses for the even- adjourned to be escorted by trimmings. While with all the an enjoyable evening. Those ton, Hattie Aaron and' Helen
the eating we hada present were Mesdames Dora
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RAMIE
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DEATHS I. 600 persons.Praising .
CARDS MEMORIALS NW
CHARLIE ISOM, 2105 the conference for

47th St., died June 1 d. Serviceswere its work in promoting race and

held Tuesday at 2 p.m., at religious tolerance, Rowan

THE MIAMI, TIMES MIAMI, FLA. FRANCIS Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, the said:;
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I PAGE 12 SATURDAY;, JUNE 20,. 1964 Rev. D. A. Bradley, officiating. "I am pround that the nation's -
JAMES ARTHUR DEMERIT- His survivors include his wife, religious leaders todayare

TE of 2247 Cody St., In Holly-, Mildred five sons 'Charlie Jr., for the most part, playing
; ,:
wood died June 10. Services a vital role in leading our people
IN MEMORIAMIn Willie James, Lewis, Benjaminand along a path of sanity'
were held Tuesday, June 16,
DEATHS Douglas; five daughters,
loving memory of my 2 p.m., at The Church Of God Clauda
Bertha Lee Hadley, ,
dear husband NOTICEComptroller
Of Prophecy with Bishop C. I. Carolyn, Gloria Jean and Pa- LEGAL

Mackey officiating Survivors mella. of the

#f ALBERT .' include his wife, -Albertha;four

daughters; Mrs. Lillian Archer; Currency

Services for MRS. DORA Mrs. Mildred Ambrose; Mrs. MRS. LILA JOHNSON of
DANCY RICHARDSON 2175 Madaline Davis and Miss Rutha TREASURY
2450 NW 159th Terr. Opa-locka
NW 5th Ct., were conducted in Mae Demeritte; four sons; Stafford passed on June 15. She is sur- DEPARTMENT OF

? the chapel Tuesday, 2 p.m. ; George; Arthur and Alfred vived by her husband Jim, two .. UNITED STATES .
ft
sister 21
Demeritte one grandchildren
zh with ; ; Mesdames Rosa Lee Washington, D. C.
Rev Jas. A. Grisby oiiiciating. daughters
and a host of other relatives -
Two daughters Mrs. Lu and frineds. Burch and Dora Bradley, a son WHEREAS, satisfactory, evi-
) + f tulle Moffett with whom she Jim, Jr., a sister Mayme Davis, dence has been presented to
: lived and Mrs. Mattie M. Goodman '.r- : grandchildren as well as many the Comptroller of the Currency

.1 ; six sons, John Henry, other relatives and friends. She that "Lincoln National Bankof
will be sent to Douglas, Ga., on "
Will, Roosevelt, Burchett and Miami, located Miami
George Dancy and Stanley I. Friday evening for final rites State of Florida, has complied
iWa Uichardson, as well as many and burial. with all provisions of the

,other relatives survive. Burial statutes of the United States

in Evergreen A required to be complied with

?- .. .}yiW ROY GRIMES of 1886 NW before being authorized to com

A 51st St., passed quite suddenly, mence the business of bankingas
A MRS. TILLIE GAMBLE, wife ,. 'y v June 15. He is survived by his a National Banking Association
of Mr. Willie Gamble, 2440 N. f' F" mother Mrs. Oreder Brown, ;
PHILLIP C. SCANTLEBURYwho
rf 157 St., Opa-locka, died' June 8 sisters and brothers and five NOW THEREFORE, Thereby -

departed this life June 21, JU. She is also survived by two ,half sisters and brothers, a certify that the above-

1961. sisters and many others. Ser- grandfather, Jones Tucker, named association is authorized -
"The sun will set and grow dim vices were held Monday, 1 p.m. four aunts and five uncles, to commence the business of

The stars will fade away. at Mt. Herman AME Church., II many other relatives and banking as a National Banking
My love and memory of him ,tev S. L. Gay, pastor, friends. Services will be Mondayat Association.

Will last forever and a day." 2 p.m., at the Bethel Apostolic IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,
Mrs. Rosa L. Scantlebury, JOHN I EDWARD BARNES, 11 Temple. He will be in repose witness my signature and seal

( Wife, New York City infant son of Mrs. Ida Mae on Sunday afternoon until of office this 16th day of April,

Barnes of 2703 NW 46th St. 7f funeral time Monday, 1964
died June 10. Graveside services JAMES J. SAXON
::3
CARD OF THANKSThe ut Evergreen were held Flrday Comptroller of the
,
.norning. JOSEPH PASCHALL of 1115 Currency
of the late 1 .
family NW 64th St. died June 14. ,;" Charter No. 15307'

dill SHARON KINSEY MRS. MINNIE AGUSTA He is survived by his widow, June 20.
young JOHNSON of 1051 NW 5th Pl., Grace, three brothers, Hersal,
daughter of Mrs. Mary Lois died June 10. Services will be Eugene of Hallandale, Roosevelt LEGAL NOTICE

Kinsey, died June 13. Graveside held Saturday, June, 20. 2 p.m., of Jacksonville. One sister NOTICE''' UNDER FICTITIOUS
services at Evergreen .1 ,were. at St. Mary's Wesleyan Method. Mrs. Mary Robinson of Way- NAME LAW
conducted Tuesday, 10 a.m. ist Church with Rev. H. Stuart cross, Ga., an aunt Mrs. Jose- : .
a.
repose,.in the chapel beginning phine Johnson as well as a hostof Notice is hereby' given that
ELLIS EZEKIEL WULLIAMSJ 4 ;.p.m. Friday until '6 a.m. other relatives and friends. the undersigned, desiring to engage -

3830 Fla. Ave., died June 11. A Saturday. The body will lie in Services will be held Saturday, in business under the

'y ) resident of this area for 30 repose at St. Mary's Wesleyan at 3 p.m., at St John's Baptist fictitious name of FLORIDA
i years; he is survived by hia Methodist Church beginning 7 Church. He is presently In repose DRAPERY, 7800 N.E. 2nd Ave.,

wife, two sons and one daughi a.m. on Saturday ,until funeral at the Range Memorial Miami, Fla. intends to registerthe
wrg" ter:' Arrangements are incom- time Saturday- 'afternoon. Chapel. : said name with the Clerkof
the Circuit Court of Dade''
plete Survivors include her husband,
"
,
i. -' ......t.x. .. Simon Peter; two daughters, County(' Florida.

,," "/ 4>.' / <:.\ Mrs. Helen Weems and Mrs. JOEETHER MILLEN the Salvatore Fusco, Owner
t.W; ::"., ,,: 't.'fm :jIo1"tt MRS.. IDA BROWN, 1419 N Susan Woodside; a brother, year old daughter of Mrs. Fan 2092L. NW 12th Ave.
; W' 72nd St., died June 13. Services ':' Thomas P. Johnson; two sisters ,
,\ ; nle Ash of 15801 NW 17 PL, was North Miami Beach, Fla.
.. f .
-&t...; ',' ,''; J 'Ii will be held Saturday 2 Mrs. Ruth Dames and dead on arrival at the Clover- !9 i ., May 30, June 6, 13, 20
1m t p.m., at Mt. Tabor Mrs. Una Carroll six grand-
{ : l' j Baptist ; leaf Hospital on June 13; cha-
"t'
0). t: "('t .,\'r. ,:, Church, Rev P. S. Brown, pas. children and other relatives. I It pel servics were held on June

w ,1, '1't'\t<. ., 'f! ''.>1' tor. Among her survivors"are : '01, I'P'!" 'T "r 17 at the Range Memorial Cha- CARD OF THANKSThe
,* \ three "J '1 ) <',.1.PJ.
i : < daughters Mrs. GertrudeLee P'' \ : --t) pel.
'
"'"jit: ,.iW"I1: '-t.t:i3I. Mrs. Willie- Mae Self of t;'' ,'61h. 7.t" \ I family of the late,

":,-.,,. Jacksonville,. and Miss Dorothy .<;7
MRS. GERTRUDE WILLIAMS Brown; five sons,.Eddie, Jessie' ioU" i'! 4', NORMAN JAMES JOHNSON, I wish to thank their many rela

wishes to express their grate Leroy, Harry and' ,James Brownof '1.,$. t',. ; 2241 NW 50th St., was the vic- tives and friends for their cards,
ful thanks to their friends for New Jersey; 22 grandchildrenand t ''1'' ".fut.! 1'( #.. tim of an accidental drowning flowers, condolences, and the
the 16 -.1.:.. ; : '. services rendered them in
many acts of kindness great-grandchildren. .-" f" \: .') while fishing. He is survived by many
shown them during their bereavement "',: .LJ! itft his widow, Sallie, a daughter their hour of bereavement.

t sympatheticunderstanhng MRS. VERNICE t.)",*,-. > ,'41 \ ,. I Mrs. Carrie Barbes, four grandchildren I Special thanks to Rev. I. C.
JACKSON 'J f
brought much ,t' :"\/ J 1: '\', J and other relatives and I Mlckins and the members v of
1047 NW .
5th .
Ct. died June 13. ., ,
consolation and you will never ; "" '\:' tf t friends. Sevices will'be held Mt. Olivett Baptist Church, the
She is survived her hus- .
know how much it is appreciated by .,.'. 1 /If, '. Saturday, 4:30: p.m., at St. principal, faculty and staff of
band
at this sad time. May God Henry; a eon, Henry Jr., ,'If ,>,' ,< ,,
Jackson Memorial .
and "Iio' Paul AME Church with Rev. Hospital.To
bless and two daughters, Verslle De- ;. ",t
1 keep you always. lores; two brothers five sisters < t ,\ ..J! ')-r: .'.. Kelly officiating. Mr. Johnsonwas all of you who rendered service -
Slncerly yours, t-; ,)' I citizen and no matter how small, we
The Williams Family and numerous others. Remains I. .J... tY a long time
sent to Harsville, S. C., for fin. ) ;( \0. worked as a fireman with the offer you our heartfelt thanks.
:i ) ". ., The Family
al rites. t.,. \t' Florida East Coast Railroad

IN MEMORIAMIn TITER IS '\o{:.. ',, ', ..5.,.. t. .. ';:> JI.r.k Company.
DARDY JR., 427 ""t l' ',,
: #
'; .
';
memory 'of the late, NW 22nd Terr., was dead on arrival ,i, IN MEMORIAMIn

JOHN E. CULMERwho at Jackson Memorial Hospital 't' _I :
"
X June 13. \ '" loving memory of our
Arrangementsare .
this life 18
departed June
..
Incomplete. .. } dear mother and sister,
1963.I :"J'\ Mme ANNIE HARRIS
will like to pause a mo- :: """' _....-: : who
this
life 18
departed June
ment to say a kind word, about ERNEST JAMES PEEPLES, 1953.. ,
MRS. SEVA BURROWS MA.
one who has tolled with us, 453 NW 13th St., died June 15. ('
Although time has passed since
DER of 275 NW llth Terr, apt
who did much in the
one good Remains were sent to St.
5 died June 14 at Mercy Hos- you nave left us,
N j community in which we live, Petersburg Wednesday night pital. Services will be held The memory of you will always
one who demanded the respect for services and burial. His
remain with
us,
June 22 6 at Ebenezer
of' both white and Negro. He survivors Include his wife, p.im
Methodist Church with Rev. We miss you, oh! so much, and
I can speak no more; many unkind Dorothy, a daughter, mother the sound of a voice
Hall
things' has bee nsaid about and father, Calvin and Annie Aaron D. pastor. Remains That is still. Rest in peace.
him and his family whom he Mae Peeples; five sisters and will be on view in the chapel Marie Andrews, daughter
loved and respected. How many seven brothers. 3 p.m. Sunday. Survivors Include Eddie Harris son

of us would have said the unkind two daughters; Mrs. Samuel Harris; son
things 'have been said about Irene McFair and Mrs. Wini- Lula Flowers sister
what you have said and are SEYMOUR YOUNG Jr., 924 fred McIntosh; two step Henry Andrews, son-in-law
saying by his passing? It Is NW 69th St.:, died June 14. daughters, Mrs. Queenie Starr Willie Flowers,
true that Father Culmer did Chapel services will be held and Miss Isabelle Dawkins; a A'E a' 4 h brother-in-law

not please everybody, but who Friday at 3 p.m.' His wife, Willie stepson, John Dawkins; two Edward Harris grandson
Bell, two daughters Beu- sons-in-law nine
; grandchildren. -
? If talk
can about one
you
you and
lah Patricia; a brother, .
will surely talk about the oth THANK YOU
Willie and a sister, Mrs. 'Cath-
er. If we watch over our ,own erlee Dorsey survive. MRS MARY BOOKER VALENTINE Mrs. Esther Campbell and
conduct and do 1
duty
always our
I 'of 544 NW 9th St., 1 family take this method of expressing
would have
J we no time to
4 died June 14. their herat-felt
apt. Arrange- appreciation -
watch for faults. WILLIE D. KEYS Jr. 13 son
Capt. Robert W. Sawyer of Mr. and Mrs. Willie bKey ments are Incomplete. MRS. (LEAH CARR, a resi- and thanks to their
} drowning Survivors include husband: ; many friends and relatives for
1 2551 NW 153rd St. was a -
victim June 15. Besides his Mr. James' Valentine;: five children dent of the Miami area for the kindnesses shown during her

he is survived by two ; two sisters a brother. I past 40 years, died June 11. six months' confinement to her
CARD OF THANKSThe brothers parents < sister two grand- I, WILLIE WILKERSON of Survivors are: a hustfend> home because of Ill-health. ,
a ,
family of the late, mothers and 'a grandfather. 450-A 14th. T,cr<,. died June 16 Charles; a sister, Edith Jacksonand Special, thanks to the Temple
MRS. BLANCHE SCOTT Arrangements are Incomplete.. Arrangements 'are ''incomplete.Survivors ::: ... two brothers, Ronnie and Baptist Church, pastor and
acknowledges EDDIE CRUMMIE, 501 NW ', include his wife, Herman Rolle. Services were members and all those who remembered
';Darien Georgia Albtrtha Wllkerson two sisters held in the Memorial Chapet of her In
with deep appreciation all expressions 4th Ave. died 'at' home' June IS. ; ; many ways.
: of sympathy from He Is survived by his wife and r Rosa Lee Wilkerson; a borther Range Funeral Home Thursdayat Thanks a million for 'every-

I friends I in Miami. several other --relatives lie- -tersrSMrsT:*Susie Flemming and 2 p.m. Interment was in thing.The ,

John H. Scott, Son mains sent to Tuscaloosa, Ala. J. W. Wilkerson Paradise Memorial Cemetery Family






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FOR BENT FOR SALE FOR SALE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

For FURNISHED Information APT.call with OX 1-2426.yard. 591 P.m.NW Lovely 48 St Open Sun. 3-3 GORGEOUS CBS 2-bedroOrrt, I SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1964 PAGE ,13
corner 2-bedroom oak floors and tile roof, $350

LOVELY ROOM for a nice home, CBS, Fla. room, outside down, $60 month, $10,500 total ..
patio, fence, air NO CLOSING COSTS. CBS duplex \- --i--a.i--vi-'*' -' -** --- ----E-
gentleman in private home, no Stile roof, $350 down conditioner, $12.500 price.4740 See at News Realty, Inc.. 2-bedrooms each side,
NW 7 Ave. PL
cooking. 000 NW 60th St. PL A. Ben-Korl Realtor 4-0655-- tile roof, appliances With $600 FOR SALENice '1
1-5230. Day or night PL 1-2213. down you can live rent freeas
LARGE living set 2-
HOME. 4-bedroom the monthly payments are room ,

DUPLEX 1-bedroom, $17 week. 4815 NW O ,Ave! Open Sun 3-6 CBS home Convenient location only $89.75, FHA terms. Life bedrooms, dining room, and
Adults, I860 NW 48 St. WI FHA. Total price $10,800,
p.m NIce Realty 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL
5-t 88G. ? 3-bcdroon11 2-bath only $80 month Includes everything washing machine in very
CBS Fla 04371. Open evenings and Sundays -
rooms oaK floors, plus down payment. Call I
lovely good condition like
new.
yard, :$350 down
terms this
2-BEDROOM: unfurnished homefor FHA. on one now. Fenster Realty
A. gen-Korl. Realtor, PL Each room can be bought
rent. $75 month, also rear or night PL 1-224&! Day 0-8770 HELP WANTED
cottage 1-bedroomv' $18 week Junior and senior beauty op separate.
Fenster Realty, PL 0-8779. W 9i VA FORECLOSURE Only erator. Call 757-0254.
St. Open Sun. 3-6: $100 down, 3-Uedroom homes, 1371 NW 37th Street
FURNSHED l-bedrporn P1Very lovely 2-tfedroom anyone can buy. We are one Juanita's Kindergarten will Phone 635-4075
775 NW 69th St. .Adults tldi CBS. This. Is a home to see. Separate of the authorized brokers. We remain open during summer I
Free water and electricity. PL dining tobm, big kitchen, will be happy to drive you out session. Reasonable rates. For -T--I--I-" -I IS.. --s.1---- --I--I.-I-1.- ,
4- OO9. nice garage, air coiidltfoner, to locations. Fenster ; further Information call HI
work shop, fenced, bargain, PL 0-8739. Realty 1 r 3-4759 or OX 1-2350. RUMMAGE BALK
4-BEDROOM house 2 baths. $30 down, $12,000 total, $79 ; .
G312 NW 18 Ave. OXJ 1-9516. month pays all. A. Ben-Kort, Your, silent salesman Church Benefit Beginning
Realtor. Nite or day PL 12243. LOVELY 2-bedroom, 2 bath Thursday, June 25, 1098 NW
MODERN Furnished room with CBS, Just like new on best A Classified Ad! 79th St., Miami. .
clean bath and nicely furnished Drive by 401 NW 43 St. $250 street In Manor Park. Large
kitchen. Call OX 14864. down, nice CBS, 2-bedroom, Fla. room', large kitchen, awn-
Fla. room,. big yard, only Ing windows, price Is $12,500,
CLEAN furnished 3-room house $10,000 total $68 month pays $300 down and $72 month. Life BEST BUYS IN TOWNLOW

$13 week. 317T.NW 5th court, all. A. 1J< phohe or nlte PL 1-2243. 0-4371. Open evenings and Sun
days. a

nOOl\1 for clean young work- DRIVE by 230 NW 52 St. 4-bed- OPEN SUNDAY 1-5 520 Corner beafaty, large CBS, 2-bedroom built on 2 lot
ing lady only. Share the whole rooms, 2-bath, lovely CBS, car- p.m.
house to nice person, low rent. port, fence, sprinkler, separatework NW 47 Terr., 3-bedroom CBS, Screen front porch, dining room, utility room, \car-
5 old modern bullt-
NE 5-5283. shop $14,500 total years very : combination
A. terms. in oven and range, natural port, appliances, wether-dryer $14,700
BenKorlRealtor
HOUSE for rent, West Holly- nlte PL 1-2243. day or work cabinets and doors, large total, $450 down. No closing costs, FHA. J
kitchen In
dining area, spacious
wood PL 8-1467. '
fenced yard, $12,000 with o
Drive rooms,
by 1210 NW 31 St. Only $620 month all. Beautifful ,CBS 3-bedroom dining utility
FINE DUPLE* Apt. on NW 48 I $9,500 total, nice 2-bedroom down, $86 pays room, room,

St. near 17 Ave. Call NE 4-0127 I CBS, $250 down, $71 month MU No closing 8-663S, cost. Dick MU Brooks 1-7740., carport, air) cond., nicely landscaped Fruit trees,
nights
pays all FHA close to bus sprinkler $12,900 total $75 month. No qual
ROOM, week line. A. Ben-Korl system, ,
men only, $10 Realtor, day '
quiet home, available after Monday or nlte, PL 1-224\1. LOVELY CBS In heart of ifying.

1012 NW 75 St. PL 8-4025 FANTASTIC Manor Park, tile roof, rugs, -o-
r 3-bedroom, 2- appliances, extra wide lot, priceis
DUPLEX APT. Large -bedroom bath homes, New Model Homes. only $10,600, $250 down find Duplex Specials! Live rent free! Only $9,000 total,

with Fla room, kitchen They }have everything you need. $61 month Don't miss, this! $85 month. No Qualifying. One side 1-bedroom part
and dining r om. Near bus and Priced to suit your pocket Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave '
Grandway. 1236 NW 51 Terr. drive out Sunday, open 1-6 PL 94371. Open Sundays and ly furnished. Other side 2-bedrooms, appliances.CBS .
Open for Inspection 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. for your Inspection. 857 evenings .
p.m. Owner. NW 73 St. Fenster Realty, PL I modern beauty, 2-bedroom each sidle One side
9-8779. DOLL HOUSE 2-Bedroom
:
LOVELY SMALL ,house, chain CBS Jalousled, windows, awn- completely ,furnished. Florida room, large patio,
link fence will,;sell or rent DRIVE BY these beautiful Ings, enclosed back porch, utility room. Fenced, $16,000 total, $600 down. FHA
with money applying to pur- homes then call us. 1850 NW stove and refrigerator, Spotless --a--
chase. Nice malt family only 51 Terr. 1201( NW 40 St., 1128 inside and out. Price is $9,000,
$20 weekly NEOPALOCKA 5..s500.: NW 75 St., 863 NW 74 St. We $300 down 'and $75 month. Life CBS corner, edroom eaCh side. Completely furn.

have all the Information on Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave, PL Front and rear porch, 2 utility rooms, 8 years new
AREA. Furnish. these homes. Fenster Realty, 94371. Open evenings and Sundays .
ed or unfurnished, 1bedroomapt. PL 9-6779. : $16,500 total, $600 down, FHA. v&+
., furnished, $21, unfurnished -0- '
$15. 2-bedroom apt., furnished LOVELY CBS 3-bedroom, Fla. NO CLOSING COSTS 3-
$25, unfurnished $18..,Mick room, oak floors, carport and. bedroom, 2 bath CBS enclosed MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS
ins Rental Agency, NE 40500. appliances, $350 down, $79 front porch, separate garage, ATTENTION VETERANS! LARGE SELECTION 1
indf month, $11,500 total price. See appliances, some furniture. '
..
IT PAYS,TO DEAL WITH
TOWN at News Realty, Inc., 4740 NW Price Is only $11,000, ? $360 I ,
AREA, efficiency, 7 Ave. PL 4-0655. down and $89 month. Life Realty
all utilities, $13, Ibedroom1n- 4932 NW 7 Ave. Open' even- SHELL REALTY
furnished $10. Call Micklns Ren- BEAIUTJFUL CBS, furnished, Ings and Sundays,
tal Agency, NE 4-0500.. ..
corner 3-bedrooms, 2 baths, tile
1-BEDROOM APT. Air roof porch, carport, fireplaceawnings NO CLOSING COSTS 2-bed- 4260 NW 7th Ave. 758.5551
conditioner
barbecue solar all,
stove and refrigerator rooms, Florida room, enclosed
kinds of fruit trees. House on ,
front porch-/garage; awnings
hood, large, adults room,only quiet, reference.neighbor-) same lot makes payment. Also stove and Itetrlgerator. Price Is ----- ------_._ .............__.._..._...__.
1231 NW CBS duplex and 2 houses on $9,500 $30flU down, $77, month.
77th Terr.ANNOUNCING.
opposite corner. Very low, open Life Realty; 4932 NW 7 Ave. REALTY SPECIALS!!!!
owner phone 635-7784, 4110 PL 9-4371. Open Sundays'' and 1FOR
THE NW 23 Ave evenings. -

OPENING OF .. See these homes and call us!

WE WILL GLADLY PICK YOU UP

THE M. VERNICESchool Attention!! Attention!! 1-142 NW 40th Street Ideal home, ideal location

of perfect financing, 3 bedrooms and Fla. room.
Modelingand
NO. QUALIFYING. $95 month.
SEE THE FABULOUS NEW
Personal Beauty 2-1735 NW 6&th Street Gorgeous BRAND NEW

For women of all ages 3-bedroom modern home. Small down and MOVE

Complete courses ins. "Sunshine Homes"Now RIGHT IN. i

CHARM 3-7690 NW 15th Avenue ANOTHER BRAND!

MODELING NEW HOME. 3-bedrooms. modern kitchen, beau-

POISE Open For Public Displays fiful harc wood floors. $500 down, move In.

. PERSONAL 4-1480 NW 55th Street A large 2-bedroom home.

IMPROVEMEOT.. 4 New Low Down Payment FENCED IN. Small down payment! MOVE
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BEAUTY CULTURJJlatuits Open Everyday Including Sun. 2.6 p.m. RIGHT IN. $80 month.
First Pere6tialid
5-7021 NW 6th Court $600 down payment buysa
, Beauty SchooJINTRODUCTORY ii, These new homes have everything you 2-bedroom. ,,,2 bath home, CBS. Ideal to transportation .

OFFER want, ,Mr. and Mrs Home Buyer. See and schools.

10 Weeks Course-$50 complete them! 6-Like new 3-bedroom homes near Carol City _

Pay only $5.00 par week .t. $100 dbwn and from S67 a month including
Regular $300 courseINQUIRE taxes and Insurance. Good credit and steady

Location of these new homes: work all that ,is needed. We have. keys.

24 Free Scholarship for 7-1729 NW 51st Terrace $250 down, $20 per

those with talent for week. Move right in.
Modeling 1112 N.W. 37th Street 8-1852 NW 47th Street $350 down and) $80 a

'We need professional models to month. A large 2-bedroom home. Go by and)

initiate our agency call us. We have key.


;Courses M. taught and directed by 5221 N.W. 5th Ave. 1228 NW 42nd St. 1-bedroom RENTALS! Fin. room. $18 wk.
Vernlce
Internationally ac-
'claimed foremost beauty authority 4502! NW 23rd Ave. 3bedroom. $20 a week

cosmetology teacher, 4612 NW 16th Ave. 1-bedroom furnished, $18 wk.

author, lecturer, educator, publisher -
N.W. 69th Terr. SATURDAY AND
In beauty.: 3041 OPEN EVERY: DAY INCLUDING

'Take a step forward as a well SUNDAY ALL DAY
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School *I 4740 NW 7th Ave. .. ...:'. PL 4-0655- 569 N.W. 54th Street 758-8761
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TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Free Job Training With Pay For 318

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1964 -
Three hundred and eighteen Factory Machine Operators to 'head of a family or household,
jobless Dade Countlans are'' start in August. Tyson said.
being offered free Job training I Tyson said that the local
Girl SeeutRededication Tops Guidance, Club with pay by the Florida State offices of the FSES are signingup LEGAL NOTICE
Employment Service with the applicants for these free
Closes SeasonThe
ServiceAt first training class in Commercial classes with NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
Job training pay
members of the Charter Cooking and Baking to NAME LAW
interested
: Dunbar now, and people
Tops Guidance Club, sponsoredby start on July G, followed by I should contact ou.offices or Notice is hereby given that
A host of proud parents visiting the National of Automobile Mechanics and the undersigned, desiring to engage -
Sorority call 377-2111 for further Infor-
Girls Scouts, and in business under the
Boy Automobile Body Repairmen '
Phi Delta Kappa, Alpha Delta mation.
fictitious of FLORIDA
Scouts witnessed an Impressive name
Rededication Gdrl Scout Ser- Chapter of Greater Miami clos- job training scheduled to starta To qualify for this free Job DRAPERY, 7800 N.E. 2nd Ave.,
ed their active for the week later on July 13, said training, must be unemployed
vice as Mrs. Bullard, leader of program a person Miami Fla. intends to registerthe
Troop 377 lighted the candles season June 13, at the home of Harry L. Tyson, Miami Metro- and 16 years of age said name with the Clerkof
which represented the prom- their president, Judy Ingram. politan Area Manager for the or older. To receive a weekly the Circuit Court of Dade
ise and laws in Scouting. Each The purpose of the meeting was FSES. allowance of $28.00 during the County( Florida.
girl from "all levels of scouting to organize a yearbook con- Tyson said that the FSES has training, a person must be un Salvatore Fusco, Owner
at. Dunbar gave the Scout sisting of all the programs, social scheduled two additional job employed, 10 years of age or 20921 NW 12th Ave.
sign as she reported the Girl events and outings they training classes for General older, have three years previous North Miami Beach, Fla.
Scout promise, Monday even- participated in this year. Manyof Office Clerks and General work experience, and be the May 30, June 6, 13, 20
Ing June 7.
,
the members were recognized
U.m.U ADIIUljltl.mj.UIll.ij1LijlJJll! A\l.Ql\ IIl7mP 1tIU'1IlrJttl'tTJLI\JIIl\ lU:lll1 .ll&'niI\.1IIU.r;
Cadette Troop 377 who served for outstanding work done in
as 'hostess for the entire the community and school.
school :gave parents the high- Five of the members graduated
lights of the scouting program from Northwestern High
from level level School: Judy Ingram, Glorida
Cadette They also Smith, Phyllis Bragg, Pauline
prepared and served a delic Cole and Cynthia Manlor; three Annette's
ious repast to their parents in
n'
and friends. They presented members are participating :;
former members of Cadette summer college programs. Ginger
Troop who have bridged over Givens is attending the
to senior scouting, senior scout NSE at Virginia State Collegeand
'handbooks The -:new seniorsare Sharon and Ann Ashley at-
Cherrvl Bullard Carolyn tended the Holiday' Science
Clayton, Cleo George Earlene lecture at the University of'Miami .
Finder and Sandra McMillan. ; and many other young

The Cadettes wish to thankall : ladies were congratulated on Fashions
who were instrumental in their achievements.The Wig
making their year an adven- other mam events that
turous and a happy one. took place prior to the last
meeting a Mother's Day
Special '''awards were givento were
the following: Tea and a ball. The tea's
theme was well explained by (Licensed) Beautician For 25 Years)
Nelson Adams principal of Mrs. Helena T. Holton, Waslleua,
Dunbar; Leon Kelly, Mr. and I
Mrs.lotte Murray parents of Char- and displayed the various theIr'tops talents members and Thank you for the wonderful response to our opening -
Murray; Mrs. Naomi
Cleare, parent of Claudette and beautifully honored their f
Paulette Cleare; Mrs. Doris mothers and the,, sorors.: TV a new location 1129 NE 163rd Street in North
Ferguson, parent of Sandra tea was held at the home of
Marshall, Mrs. Clarice Littles Mvltn Thrown. Miami, Beach.Wigs .
and Mrs. Ann Smith. I The ball, 'entitled "StarlightBall"
was 'held at the Elizabeth
Open Mike Vlrrick Park in Coconut Groveon '
May 22. The girls proved
Open Mike with host Hen- themselves of having a very Wigs" WigsThe
?
drlk J. Berns will discuss "Civil nice time but most of all they
Rights and The,,Insurance Bus had a delightful and successful
iness" next Sunday from 7 to season.
9 p.m. Guests will be Earl Car- The new officers that were

roll usual and the Parker program Davidson.will come As installed for, the 19G4-65 sea- Best Buys in the Country
live from the Hampton House. son dent were Doris Hollfeld, presi
; Sharon Ashley, vice-
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president; Ann Ashley, secre-
Willie Lourene tary; Versle Wlgfall, treasurer; (ALL HUMAN HAIR)
Jo Ann FJsher, SergeantatArms -
Hopkins' ,, ; Jacqueline Arlnah, reporter -

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Roy Wilkins Named THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI.FLA.
VETERAN'S This cotttrah la ,. s4
weekly at the VA Office, 984 W Spingarn MedalistRoy / SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1964 PAGE 15

CORNER Flagler St., Mlrtml, for Information Wilkins, executive secretary .
of Veterans in this of the National Associa-
____. .. do ...... .... arta.VANtttifc tion for the Advancement of, Washington, D. C., June 2227. Its field. Among others who
u '" ...
.Il.&u j.n 1T.R.J.L& "II.az[ ;; ;rr'" ]I'1Y.iT'I..II'" 1Y JI]I .Il..r,r>T.lt.f..I..j.p ..- Colored The citation halls Mr. Wilkins have received the medal are
People, has been
+: DOODLE DANDY ___.....,._ .v the 49th Spingarn Medalist named as "a great American who Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, Miss
World War II Dr. J, W. Tinsley, chairman of has made a distinctive and Immeasurable Marian Anderson, Jackie Robin.
veteran
Taylor, certainly Frank the award committee, announc- contribution to the son, Judge Thurgood Marshall,
qualifies In here advancement of the American Dr. Martin Luther Mrs.
this category. During his visitto today, June 11. King,
the Miami VA office people and the national pur- Daisy Dates and the Little
June
on The awarded ,
gold medal
annually
8 we discovered that not only pose. Rock Nine, Langston Hughes
was he discharged tom his to a Negro Americanfor Instituted In 1014 by the lateJ. and Dr Robert C. Weaver.
army service on July 4, 1945 lk distinguished achievement E.. Splnprarn, then chairmanof Last year it was awarded posthumously .
he was also born on July 4, '* ,i ;4I will be presented to Mr. WIlkins the NAACP Board of Directors to Medsrar W. Evers,
1904. on June 23 during the 55th the award has lone been(; the slain NAACP field secretary
annual NAACP Convention In regarded as the most coveted In for the State of Mississippi.
CORNER
QUIZ
I
Q. t am going to move this
month. Do I write to Chicago, : + g '
where my check comes from,
to change my address.

A. No, definitely not. You -Grand Opening
write: to the VA Regional Office -
where your claims file Is JI.-S'
located. Be certain you also
notify the post office. of your
SAN ANTONIO, Tex.Airman

change.
Douglas J. Mitchell, son of i
PENSIONS FOR Mrs. Florance L. Oliver of 1763
N. W. Fourth Ave., Miami, Fla., Murco Meats
There are no "automatic" has completed Air Force basic
pensions for veterans of World military training at Lackland
VarIWorldWarIIortheKorean AFB, Tex.Airman.
Conflict The law ,
saysa Mitchell Is being assigned .
veteran must be totally and to the Air Defense
permanently disabled. The disability Command's (ADC) Truax Field,
requirement varies with Wis., for training and duty as 5722IN.W. 17th Avenue
the age of the veteran and at a supply specialist. His new
age 65, the veteran Is only required base supports the ADC missionof
to be 10 percent disabled defending the continental
However, in all cases, U. S. 'against enemy air attack.
the veteran must be so dis- The airman Is a 1962 grad- r
abled that he is Incapacitatedfor uate of Booker T. Washington 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE AS MEAT. BUYER
employment. High School.
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GRACE PRESBYTERIAN ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. i

G89S N. W. 14th Ave. O. W. Foster, pastor THIS MEANS SAVINGS TO ,YOU ON TOP
ReV. W. F. Savoy, pastor Miss Dorothy Major, reporter
We look forward to a fine Saturday night at 0:00: p. m. QUALITY MEAT I ,
Father's Day worship programthis the wedding of Hazel Collins
Sunday morning, with Mr. nad John Richie of Cleveland,
Harold Higgs 1ft charge of Ohio will be held at her home MEAT IS OUR BUSINESS NOT A SIDELINE
special arrangements In the 5950 N.W. 8th Ave. An Invita-
morning at 11. In the evening; tion Is extended to the churchat
at 7:30: there will be a Father's large. The ceremony will PERSONALIZED SERVICE WE GLADLY CUT
Day panel discussion by four be performed by our pastor.
youth and Fathers of the congregation Sunday will be the Pastorlal TO YOUR ORDER ;
Day. Sunday afternoon at 3:00:
Vacation Church School Be- p.m. the No. 2 Ushers Board
gins Monday morning, from will observe their 12th Anni-
nine to twelve noon. Let your versary. Speaker will be Rev.
children come' and learn "'anc! 'W. 'E. Sims pastor of New
have a good time. Hope Baptist Church.All .
On Sunday evening, June 28, youths are asked to attend Opening Specials
there will be' :1'-Joint auxiliary their Junior \Church 0 n .
Evaluation and planning meet- Monday afternoon at 6:00: p.m.
at the Church. All auxiliaries Tuesday night prayer meetIng -
are asked to bring their reportof and Bible class. With $3.00
l.1b.
FREE .BACON
plans for the next. program Visitors are always welcome. :
year of the Church. Pray for andvisit the'Sick Minimum Purchase

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suits, skirts,, blouses, shoes =:. mil originals .r"\o .s 39
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PAGE 16 SATURDAY JUNE 20, 1964 IN AND AROUND THE BAHAMAS ,;: the road.

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Sir Ralph Grey was sworn On Sunday, the bracelet was FOR, RENTNew
Spearing in as Governor of the Bahamas found in a wastebasket on the 3-bedroom house
June 3. in the Senate Chamber, boat, :-L.
tt. with nil the pomp and circumstance eO> NORTH, MIAMI BEACH
'IAtte11l11n'g' such occasions. Clifford Thompson 76f Hostetta
!nAtWjth : He succeeds<: Sir Robert Staple- Street was fined $280 on June 1, Deposit Required
Sports don and is first new governorto for drunken driving. Thompsonwas
arrive under the present political driving partly on the MICKINS' RENTAL
setup. Accompanied by wrong side of the road when AGENCY
It? HARRY SPEAR Lady Grey: he arrived from his car barely missed the Gov

London Via New York and ernor's car. Police said that NE 4-0500
Fort Lauderdale.
after the near-accident Thomp-i, -- '
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BUDDY PACK STARTED SOMETHING NEW AT V -
The Turks Island sloop
PAIN AMERCIAN AND LITTLE RIVER "Lady Sheriff" was wrecked on tr.B'O'S' %".
the southeastern coast of
May-
Between the two clubs in the last week Buddy Pack aguana the night of June 3. : I EDISON, SPECIALSOPEN

has put on 15 four-round bouts which were all full of The 23 passengers were pickedup
I ) action. His idea is to develop new talent and give the by the mallboat MI 321. SUNDAY AFTERNOON

youngsters a chance. People get tired of seeing the same *

faces. It makes more work for the boxing commission. At Pyfrom The Hon.Dupuch Eugene C.B.E Aubrey B.A. 530 NW 49th Street
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the game time if it was not for these boys we would not LL.B, MH.A., Minister for Like new CBS home, tile roof, l Ia. porch, $300 down,

need a commision.A Welfare, has been appointedone FHA 'terms. Lovely street' ,
of Her Majesty's Councils
RESULTS OF THESE Sail 9 o'clock. There will be for the Bahama Islands.He Drive by the following then see Edison
boxing bouts this trip.
TWO CLUBS
is the fourth Bahamian
to 541 NW 49th StreetNo
LITTLE RIVER: Mad Dog be honored with the title of
Johnson and ScatterhawkDixon Here's hoping Mr. and Mrs. Queen's Council. The others qualifying, $78 month pays. all on this CBS home.
fought to a draw RIt- HAL GLASSMAN, sports editor were the late Sir Ormond Mal. Tile roof, garage.
chie Smith lost to Joe Smith; of the Miami Beach Sun colm, Chief Justice; the late
Jim Hightower lost to ,Jerry good luck with their first, a Hon. 'Malcolm; Speaker 445 NW 45th StreetCBS
Powers; Al Jones lost to Duke son, Howard Daniel, 6 lbs. 10 of ,the House, of Assembly; all.
Johnson; C. J. Thomas lost to oz. and .the; late Sir Kenneth Solomon corner, no qualifying{ $88 month pays
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Nino Mart; Tony Cinta lost to Speaker of the House of
Terrace
1964 NW 47th
Joe Crocket, Mike Costlow and
JERRY POWERS, the busiest Assembly and President, of the.
McArthur Charles Colebrook Bell fought lost a to draw.Cecil fighter around these parts Legislative Council.-, 3-bedrooms, 2-bath, CBS, $300 down, FHA. A big
Franks 1 14 13BW: since January. In 24 starts he house, only $11,400. '
( \has won 10, lost 2 drew three "You are the most stupidly
PAN AM: Jerry Powers won md still going strong. All his dishonest man I've ever seen," 4.NW 43rd Street
over Jim Hightower; Joe bouts were four rounders. and the Judge said as he gave Livingston Modern CBS duplex, FHA terms, 1 side has 2 bed.
Smith Willie Thomas six rounders.
: won over -
Miller {
9-month
a pri- .
; Jerome Hollaway stopped rooms, very large garage
Duke In first round son sentence. Miller had eight
James the
Al Jones won over Willie John.; LOU BLACK has signed upi petty charges against him, Including 1880 NW 50th Street

son rio ;Mendy Louis; Rodrigues Charles Skoch over won,Ma. charged new heavyweight from the paratroopers.just dis- scooter without removlncr the a owner's motor Duplex, CBS, tile roof, 2-bedrooms each side, $450

TKO 2nd round over James : His name is Roy Reid from permission and changlntr the down, FHA. Almost new.j;
Chester; Ray Malone won over Dayton, Ohio, 24 years of age license number from 3 to 131,
Gene Kelly.If and a good looking prospect. stealing about 50( 'cent*' worthof 5101 NW 8th AvenueFor

you are looking for action limes and $TSO! ( from a 10- the professsional *. Gorgeous CBS duplex, 2-
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and plenty of it, let's all turnout JACK McCLAIN, 22 years \tof vear boy, and three conies of man
and see these youngstersgo age is one of the youngest' >managers The Nassau Guardian from a bedrooms each side, double corner lot.
to town.ABOARD around these parts. He newsboy.
Tim ORANGE has a stable of 35: fighters Out CCC We are open all dr\y'",:Saturday' and SundayEDISONREALTORS

SUN of these 35 33 are Negroes. Mrs. James Williams and her
*-,...LINER Tack ia kept. busy. husband, both of Cincinnati,
: rrhe public: had so much fun Ohio, recently attended the
they said the trip was worth Tuna Tournament at Cat
1 twice the amount they paid, Sgf?< 'B0$' MONTANA) officer In their yacht. Mrs. Williams Cay, 175 .62nd St. 7512441I
But they still keep, the price as ,- on duty: at: Little ,River is discovered that her $10,000 j
is.
very popular; and, well liked!,, ,bracelet was lost that Saturday I ,
Aboard we had some celebrities : -
naming FRANK FREEMAIN -
, announcer at the Miami
Beach Auditorium whom you .
have heard on TV shows. He
is known as the announcer with
the golden voice; JOHNNY
CREECH and his beautiful OlWNTlANO
wife, FREIDA. John is Buddy
Pack's right, hand man; Gen-
eral Mgr. of the Orange
Sun, Mr and Mrs. MACK
McCARTNEY and family, his
son Scotty, is very popularwith
the fighters. He is 12 ;
years old, also his daughter, [5757 N.W.27thAyEpERRINESflOppING6483TAflSTMusA.
Vicky. She is quite a girl; .

Charlie Skoch and Mike Cos- MIAMI h CENTER W.,HOLLYWOOD,
low are two boys who give you ,635-0736 238-2901 945-O381 SUN. 11-6
U everything they have when .


they. Jerry Inspector fight Saladino and, friends Miami, Mary Boxing 4 PC. FOAM SECTIONALS!

Ann Proehl along with Hank
Jaslowski who played base- HERE'S THE STORY
OF OUR GREATEST
ball almost making the big BUY EVER!
league but an Injury curtailed One of the country'.Jeadlng mfg. (we can't mention his name) was DANGEROUSLY

his career. OVERSTOCKED,Without qualification, this is the BIST'OPPORTUNITY\' .WE HAVE EVER w

SUNNY CLEVELAND, ;a MAD to offer you beautifully finished, high styled,solidly I constructed,brand spankIng -
building contractor was aboard now TOP QUALITY FURNISHINGS at HERETOFORE I POSSId1E/PRICESt!
.i with his wife and party of six. \ 1
They said they !had a wonder F COMPLETE
y THAT'S /
ful time / 0two 1 ,

K PRIMITIVO COLADO and RIGHT' ROOMS OFFURNITURE
wife, along with 15 friends en. F
I Joyed the trip too. Said they YOU GETALL '

will return this week. I can 4 K eYS,
go on mentioning names but
I I wish to give the personnel PIECESFOR 4' '
1 and crew a little break whiCh ; INCLUDES
they deserve. ; k I" LIVING ROOM
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YEOMANS in chargeof ONLY { '
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public relations. Dave has 1'r
been connected with every
sport you want me to mention r .
FRANCISCO MORO, the pur...
ser., He checks you when :you iii
come aboard. CAPT. OSWALD SIMILAR TO '
WALTER'and CHIEF MATE ILLUSTRATION' 1

WILLIE, ;FRANKS who are
4 $wnslble'for the crew andsalllng. '
GEORGE FERNANDEZ
the smiling> bartender with a
steady hand. Last but not ...
least/ AARON ATTIAS, the all \
; ground man., one time a good
athalete.

(. The Orange Sun leaves: Pier
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