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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 27, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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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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J\ TEMPO HA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTARIUB IN ILJJ8 r? .,, .' j''
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: -SATURDAY-JUNE 27, 1964 MIAMI, FJUORIDA' 'SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1964 PAGLS.1 N'PS i
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F!: BTW: Principal Gets St. Augustine -




Citrus Grove Post .. Seeks Dade Site" ::.



Anthony Uardlnerf principal signed to predominantly Negro Florida. Memorial College of
of UTW has been 1 schools, and two more have St. Augustine has asked the
assigned this week as a special been similarly placed for this CHS SPECIAL REPORT ON federal government for 50 acres

a a assistant administrator at the' year.Gardiner. TV of land in Dade County to relocate -
,.X65 predominantly white Citrus will work under the institution said a college *
Grove Junior High. Principal Curita M. Knowles at To Explore Civil official Friday.
Dade School SuperintendentDr. the<< who has Ueen acting principal The Rev Edward T Graham
Joe Hall made the announce at Miami Jackson will take Rights chairman of the board of trus-
ment on Monday. Gardiner's place at BTW. tees and of the relocation com-
tT1 The applontment will become Page Talley, formerly with "The Summer Ahead," a''' CBS mittee, said that the land soughtby
effective In the fall and will the guidance department' of Mi- News Special Report on Key the school Is Just north of
1 ,. mark the first time that a Negro ami High, will become princi- aspects of the Civil Rights the Ona-locka Airport.
educator or school official pal of George Washington Car- drive during. the coming Two weeks ago application
has been given such an assign. ver High next term, and will months, will be broadcast was made to the Department of
ment here. be the second white man transferred Wednesday, July 1 (730330( : ( : Education and Welfareho
Dr. Hall said that a year ago into a generally Negro p.m. EDT) on the CDS TelevIsion health said, adding that ho did not
two white Instructors were as.r school. Network. would be
... _.. know what the price
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The broadcast will explore until he hears from Washington.
.... the status of the Civil Rights The 72-year-old school reportedly
,., has 375 students, two
situation In six cities or states
,w. .,.. .... which reflect different aspectsof of them white. Rev' Graham
gyp'j .: .." : the problem. They are Miss said that 67 per cent of the!
is

". :, ..#..'. 1'. ",:;. *,.* .aV ',' '" < ""' ',' ; I New sissippt York; St.City Augustine, Chicago,, Philadelphia FI'a., .I supported staff is white.mainly Conventions The by college the ,three and

... "w. and Detroit. Baptist State
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''''< I'<:: .... \'. 'Y. r.I! < >,, .1.f Baptist churches.
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I.' .' ., .. .. .. .'. '.i. --... ,", .. Interviews ,have been filmed Tentative plans call for the
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a. U .v ".,...., '; t?" with Governor Paul ''D. John- college to spend $5,625,000 on
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"" ,,. buildings
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1' of new
ESTELLB CULPEPPEU '11",1 "h": ": .' I son Jr. of Mississippi; See construction
'1\, ...:'* / Iiiiaffi' ..;", ; > James O. Eastland (D, MIR.); here, said the Rev Graham.
Market Scholarship ,:.,. ;: '' the Rev. Martin Luther King "We will build as fast as we
'. .r.rj $ I t, k, president of the Southern Chris can and hope that five years

WinnersTwo ....__ l' tian Leadership Conference; after construction begins we
: James Farmer national director will be about finished.
Northwestern High I of CORE; and Roy Wilkins, The school has 815 acres In
executive secretary of the St. Augustine, and has tho
have been t
School graduates i
awarded marketing scholarships ,5'i"' NAACP. fourth Johns County largest, payroll Rev Graham in St.

by Market Training Institute I .. ;?' In addition to an anchor man, said, but St. Augustine has''
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7790 NW 7th Ave.Est.ehe '* .
1 the following CBS News cor- done nothing to keep It there.
Culpepper, 4629 SW : ) l respondents and reporters will The minister said that, another -
22nd St. and' F orlne' Johnson, ., ",,_ '. participate in the broadcast:: reason for the move is the ,
3011 NW 51st'' St. are recipients I .:,,; Nelson Benton, Lew Wood,, "social climate there. I mean
of the awards that have been .; :'< Hughes Rudd Dave Dugan, that the social climate does not
ta practice of MTI for 11 years "" '),;: Charles Kuralt, Harry Arouh lend itself to a college atmos-
throughout its nationwide system *. If, Walter Lester. phere. Our teachers won't stay
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"'of 42 schools. .. ... school
,- ,,-.. and we cannot develop a
.... : ;; Leslie Mldglev is executive without a continuing
; ; philosophy
:T : TzT \ 4' producer of "The Summer faculty."
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.. ) Ahead." Philip Scheffler Is the He added that 83 per cent of
and Jane Barteli! as-
producer the students are from Palm
A -1 sociate producer. Nodman Gorin Beach Droward and Dado

I will direct. counties,


Will You Reach 62 '7 ? ?



't' 49 4 r Don Scott, the first Negro to compete In the famous "Championship Social Security Gets .i'' ":

Bowling wise, now In Its eleventh year Is shown, center fore-
ground with Georie Howard* kin competitor on setaent bf Uo ,
filmed'V.erie.which will bo sponsored nationally on ISO television "
stations this fan by the Firestone Tire A Rubber Company. At left 5 Per Cent Boost
enter in the audience art Mr.and Mrs.Raymond C. Firestone. Scott
and Howard are both members of the AMP Staff of Champions.
American Machine ft Foundry co-prodnced the aeriet. I I.c.
The House Ways and Means
f Committee Wednesday, approved -
1 a billion dollar election-year
increase In Social Security pay
ments but set aside Indefinitelythe
unlucky Medicare program.A .
five per cent hike in all
Social Security benefits. was
voted by the committee, and
FLORIN JOHNSON the coverage broadened to Include -\

Students are trained in ..(t t: all "-doctors In private'

checkout casherlng, stock con- ttce. o
trol casherlng and all phases The current $127 .'maximum
of retail operation in various .11"Yt't'1 monthly payment would rise ,to, A
types of stores. graduates have been placed ,in approved.,
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good paying jobs locally. .. ,..1.:.. \ r {.. ,. ,. ;The\ 'increase' would the tax be rater fin- !
.. \ 1 \ anced by raising ,
I f tfs and. the taxable Income. base.'
-... .. j from $4,800 to$5,400.: The employer ,
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and.employee! each would
'Firm J ..
Million .
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$120 ... have to ,pay $31.20 more pedryear. ,
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Elects NegroNEW "" '
The period during' which
are:
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survivor would be paidto
YORK Samuel PierceJr. .f benefits
,
.
will be 22
some
has been .
elected., a Negro director lawyer of, U. S. Industries i Lt' :tJ{"r;;;'.'.''.''J;'..ftIIIII'" !f-'!."; kW 7rr4 ,x 1 iT"I' a manufacturing long-fought battle for tranquility James Crawford, Diana! Green, was In school at 18 and stays
Inc.. a 5 Dade Youths At among men seems likea Fannie Sands Leo Armbrlstor In 'flchool. **"
about $120
with sales '
company I futile undertaking, and we Jr., and Anthony Akmbrister, The payroll tax rate wouldbe
million: a year. MRA ConferenceMuch stand doomed to destroy our- who have shown through their Increased from '

His law partner,Theodore W. too much has been selves with the evil weapons of model efforts In their commu- cent, to 3.8 per. cent'start
,is selfishness and prejudice. nity as members of the Dade .
Kneel said yesterday Pierce and too little has been hate, next year. -
said
the first Negro to have a-policy done about the vey status quo of When in moments:of despair we County Youth Council, have Tips and gratuities would: be
making position Inl large There are find that weareabout; to succumb been selected to Join the thousands .treated as income for the, pur-
world today.
the I' these vicious it of youths from all over person's Social *
American corporation doing beliefs, organizations and to snares pose of figuring a
many check ourselvesand the world, at their Moral Re- Security
business internationally."And sects, some quite renowned. is time to stop pension.,
others 'virtually unknown, all re-arm with the morals of Armament Headquarters in Widows would tfe allowed' to
not because he's a- Negro have the magic love goodwill and brotherhood. Mackinac Island, Michigan. with slight cut
claiming>*to retire at 60 a
he's The faith these have
but because qualified men'ahearts Moral Re-Armanment Is not youths
light
said Kheel, "U.S. Industrieshas touch with-which and lead,them to to the for. ;more than living a moral life In their brothers to be able to in benefit, Instead of. the i present 1 ,
Sam's 'get the basic live together In peace and harmony age of 62. '
no Negro busine*? ever sought peace, of fellowship so that you may
presence will not make'a nick among men. ,. principle for others .to* follow. should inspire men every.wher.to SOCIAL SECURITY IflKlJ:S OF ,
? follow their example. VOTED
el's worth of business for'them": "ere' "are. times when the Five Dade County 'youths ; 5 pre cent

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.

:PAGE 2 SATURDAY: JUNE 27, 1964 I Urban League Announces OpeningOf




Negro Moving in TV Youth Guidance Center


The Federal Government is ed from this screening will be j assist Nergoes in obtaining
But Pace Is SlowNegro planning to open Youth Guidance given an examination on June'' equal opportunities in Urban
Centers throughout the na- 27th at the local U. S. Departof areas through interracial efforts -
tion. These centers will under- Labor office. .
employment In TV Is every day activities. take to provide training for un- The League has 66 chapters
Increasing Jut Negro leaders I 5. Most Negroe actors and employed, unskilled youth between ((5)) Those passing this examination located in 30 states and the District -

still think the peace Is far too technicians contacted in the the ages of 1621. will Ue assigned to of Columbia. The Miami
a regional university for a ten-
low, TV Guide magazine said survey are not so optimistic as An additional function of this week course In the nature and chapter is located at :395: N. W.

this week. to believe that next season or progarm will be to develop local coverage of the counselling to 1st ..t.r .

Negroes also charge the Industry the them immediate future will' bring programs to attack condi- be applied In Project Cause. I

is extremely timid about major gains. tions causing unemployment, This study will begin July 7. _.
using Negro stars in regular Most Negro leaders, however, delinquency and school drop- ((6)) Persons with Bachelor de : .P
series and is reluctant to give think that the progress to date outs; and will be assumed by gress In the Social Sciences are I FOR RENTNew
their own programs. has been slower than it should the U. S. Department of Labor eligible for applying, as are
be. "Television is growing as agencies.An those with any training In 3-bedroom house
The magazine in the first ofa far the counselling. ((7)) The actual programs
as image of the Negrois
two-part survey of the Negro's concerned. Still investigation of the pro- of the centers are sche- NORTH MIAMI BEACH
it has
a long
at local federal sources
role in television, reported way: to go," said Jesse H.Wa'Iker has gram revealed the following Information duled for beginning September Deposit Required

: city editor of the New : ((1)) That the program 7, 1964. ((8)) Applications are
1. More Negroes than ever York Amsterdam News. will Involve 55 cities, and the supposed to be available at the MICKINS' RENTAL

before are being used as extrasin "The fact that we must point criteria for selection will be a local office of Employment Security AGENCY
Hollywood produced TV pro out with special emphasis thata population of 200,000 or more. ; however, in their
and there has will train 2000 counsel-
grams been an is ((2)) It NE 4-0500
Negro included in
some absence, one can direct a copy
these
increase in employment by networks lors for the staffing of
and TN. production ordinary one of the crowd crowd scenes, just this as centers. ((3)) The screening of of one's profile directly to Dr. "- -
firms. Talent agencies who proves the applicants for the counsel- Robineau.
point. But the still
provide actor, actresses and en industry ling services to be offered by
tertainers to producers are be- shows an incredible timidity these centers will be done in The Urban League Is a 54 A Classified Ad Will Pay
regarding Negro stars as reg- Washington.' Applications aro to old social
ing integrated. year professional
I
ular participants or having Off in Big Dividends
be mailed directly to Dr. Louis
work established to
2. More Negroes are appearing their own regular shows," he Roblneau, Project Director for organization
in TV commercials' and the said. Cause (Counsellor Advisor .1

number will increase during Abe Lastfogel, president of University Summer Education), Pains
the season. William Morris Agency, Inc., Room 2309 Main U. S. Depart- Backache

3. The NAACP said that the huge talent agency, said: I. ment Labour, D.- C ((4))Building Persons, select-Washington Ig1 J Getting Up Nights

while progress has been madeIn "There has been a marked improvement Bladder Irritation
,
Negro employment in the in the use of
Industry, there is not one Negroes in television, and they ; "7-20" is n mild effective Diuretic to

Negro employed by a TV net have been cast as reputable, intelligent the kidneys. This ethical, prescription I
work or station in a top executive <-
citizens In dlfenified uevM VIil 4' d like formula relieves pain of backache.
or administrative post. roles. .I feel very positive thatit
Successfully used by thousands. Get a
4. Negroes concede that TV is not too distant that the ris'I I r
networks and some producersare Negro will achieve the same ..wswa dn7y bottle now.
making a concerted effortto position in TV as the Negro + 'c!' 1 A Super Value Fri., Sat. & Mon.
show Negroes in typical, has in all other theatrical

fields." r .M 'fold ; $2.1.9
: Reg. $1.75 Size

Free Job Trainingin Harlem Cut Rate Drug

rat "The Best For Less"

Cooking and s? a 1400 N.W. 3rd AvenueFR

BakingSixty 3.7631

unemployed people are
needed to take a free job training
with pay courses in Com-
merJcal Cooking and Baking by
the FJa. State Employment Ser
vice starting on July 6, it was
announced by Harry L. Tyson, THE PASSWORD IS
Miami Metropolitan Area Man-
ager for the FSES.

Tyson said that those taking Miss DI'ANN D. BOWEN
this free training will be eligi ly daughter of Mrs. June R.
ble to receive a weekly allow- Humphery and Mr. Lorenzo D. -
ance of $28.00 of they qualifyand Bowen was the proud recipientof
'Mt} :; DRINKMORE
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that
anyone who is 16 'it., a beautiful trophy on last
years of age or older and is un ;, -: ,'*' .; t Sunday at St. James A. M. E.
,: ''' 'I. ,, ,
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employed should contact the .,.. .. ;
!ot# < :'"':- Church for raising the highest
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FSES's Hotel and Restaurant ''' '
i amount in their very fruitful
office at 45 SW 1st St., or call I"f' ..Ii'' J\.;."" .JfitII Youth Day Drive on June 14,
377-2411 for further information. .t' .. 1961.TWs.
Tyson added (that there is .. ",' ....',........., :
.. always a shortages commercial young lady is a very
cooks and bakers in this area BTW Student active member of this Church

and the opportunity for steady Selected playing a very Important rolen
employment at good wages in }! the Sunday School as well.
this occupation is Francena E.
excellent. Culmer, daughter -
To of th late Our hats are off to Di'Ann
qualify for this free Job Archdeacon JohnE.
training, a person must be 16 Culmer and Mrs. Culmer of and her parents for the helpIng -
years of age or older, and unemployed 1434 NW 55th Terr., is a parti- hand in steering her life
To receive the week- cipant in the Summer Institute in the right dllrectlon. Her
ly allowance and be the head ofa program in the field of Biologyat brother Kenneth Humphrey returned -
family or household. Tuskegee Institute. home from college just
In time to share !in her victory .
The course is offered to high
with kiss.
a proud brotherly
It's Workshop ability students in the eleventh MILK
and twelfth grades. Dl'Ann and her mother an-
Time nouced that they plan to keep
The 8th annual PTA Work- Francena, who will be a sen- this trophy and not pass It onto .
ior in the fall
at BTW is the .
shop will convene at Bethune only Floridian who anyone next year In the
was selected
Cookman College on Sunday, to participate in the eight Youth Day Drive because, by and It's nil you need for your free admission
July 12-15. registration for the week course. the help of God, she intends to to ii'\. Miami Marlins Fort Laud

Sunday.workshop July will 12,begin in the at lobby 9 a.m.of win again! and again! and again! ritlale Yankees' Baseball Game.

White Hall, the .registration fee NOW! u the Time to Sell The other winners receiving PLUS

is $5.00. all delegates should That Home.. Ue a Times' trophies were: 2nd prize-Betty :Max Patkln, the Clown Prince of Base- .
make plans to pay their fees Brown, 3rd prize GwendolynCox ball, will b eon hand, so there'll b e ,'1\\ '.
at time of registration: individual Classified Ad! 4th prize-Alfred Scott. laughs galore in store for yon! ::f
delegates are urged to regis
ter In advance by doing this PLUS.;
number of rooms for sleeping i: !
purposes as well as group ses Free Baseball Clinic for Young Athlete'sr
sion might be determined. To Flagler Beauty School Club :Members conducted. by players and
register in advance send fee scouts form the Miami Marlins and Philadelphia

along with'your name etc., to INTEGRATEDNow Phillies.
Mrs. Gladys Woodard, 538 Cot-
tage Hill Road. Orlando, Fla., offers opportunity of a lifetime in all phasesof When? Saturday. Where? The Miami Stadium
room and board for the work- Culture Why? The Miami Marlins
Beauty Modeling, Charm, Poise and are salnting *
shop period will be $20.00 and the Dairy Industry of South Florida
$5.00 fee making to total of Makeup for. its major contribution to community
$25.00 per person. All unit presidents ULTRA MODERN FACILITIES health. So, when yon come to the gate
should make plans to attend forget the
money just remember the
LOCATED
IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN
or their representative.' password! "Drink more milk
Special notice to the members MIAMI COME IN OR CALL
of the board of 'governors and BASEBALLCLINIC
FLAGLER BEAUTY SCHOOL
executive committee, recorders
and consultants are requestedto 109 WEST FLAGLER STREET PHONE 371-0812 4:00 p.m.
report to the campus Satur- Small Down
Payment $5.00
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day afternoon by 6,p.m. for pre Weekly GAME 7:30 p.m.

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Placed in Top Jobs Sees Islandia as the j of Islandia under the guidance

of the farsighted and progressive -

Skills Public's FairlandDear Mayor. Citizen of i

i Bank" Project Dade County

Editor:
The Channel 4 F. Y. I. reporton

Showing Good Results revealed Wednesday in no night uncertian discussion terms For Quality SINCE IMS Building

the value of developing Islandia,
and building a Causeway that
': ,.: The National Urban League Fund last the 'The flrstfleld reports from would provide public access to PL 1-3604
grant
f this week year, new what could be of Florida'sand
disclosed that its In- works this I have been hired. Of 1,800 Interviewed one
program
itlal efforts In a new programto First, Urban League way employ: in Cleveland, 150 have Dade County's greatest asset Lb adta& '
place skilled I from an economic standpoint -
and professional ment and guidance counselors I been hired. Of 131 applicants referred
Negro In top Jobs Is meeting advertise locally for applicantswith to employers by the Bay .
with success. skills. Area Urban League (San Fran. Both Governor Farris Bryant I s"I
Cisco-Oakland 121 have been and Mayor Luther Brooks ex
Known as the "National SkUlsBank"
Second hired.
applicants
are
pressed many pointed reasons
(NSB) project, the pro- thoroughly screened and their Typical of those hired In Ro- for the development' of Islandia
gram Is underway In 52 cities references Uert Perkins 18 who 1
carefully checked. was mop- based 0 n Public use 0 f the
having Urban League branches, Third, their resumes' are ping floors In a Cleveland laun Ocean facilities and the scenic
Including a center "bank" at national placed in an "available" file. dry even though he had made highway that will be provided.The LOT OWNERS!
headquarters In New Fourth, League counselors so outstanding grades in high \VII plan guide and advise
York City Acordlng to Mahlon licit Job orders from employersIn. school math and science courses. answers that were given
T Puryear, national associate Industry and government. Leonard Berman, treasurer of by other persons who were enjoying Your plans or ours
director for job developmentand Alloys and Chemical Corp., was themselves In the area
employment, and NSB director Meantime, the leagues carry impressed by his credentials and was the greatest proof that Custom Built Homes
the first six months' out companion programs suchas hired him for laboratory work. these Islands should be deve- Attractive Additions
operations In 41 of these cities "stay-in-school" drive to
urge "His supervisors speak to glow loped and access provided the
reveals total registrations of Negroes to qualify themselvesfor ingly of him," Herman said, "we public to enjoy what now onlya Quality AlterationsGood
8,515 job applicants; 3,136 work the new positions. Other hope to train him as a supervisor handful of people enjoy and
orders, and 1,217 placements. In league' officers seek to break ." desire to keep for themselves bank financing
11 other cities, applicants are down barriers to Negro enroll various cities are really heart- who are fortunate enough to
now being screened and refer ment In union apprenticeshipcourses I ening," Puryear said He notes own pleasure boats as transportation C l f]
rals will begin soon. and urge unemployed that, of 824 applicants screen- .
workers to retrain and reeducate ed by the Essex County, N. J,. @c c
"In the (!!Jv [ t3( ) xc
many cases Jobs were themselves. (Newark) Urban League, 124 A Causeway an Oceanfront
obtained by a major break- scenic highway, and proper development -
through In the 'white only' will make this area Licensed Insure
barrier In the upper echelonsof truly the Worlds playground,
business and Industry," Pur- FORD GIVES $13 MILLION TO and the publics Fairyland. Let's 848 N.E. 79th Street
year said. "As the project gains
with the development
get on
momentum a new era In the
of workers THIRTEEN NEGRO I- .GDO_ D. r
employment Negro COLLEGES ---- - -
and a new hope for the people
of deparessed communities may
I lie achieved." The Ford Foundation today granted $5 million to the Unit- STAR MEAT MARKET
I announced grants totaling[:. $13 ed Negro College Fund, which
The league's nation-wide "ta- million to eight Negro Colleges has thirty-two private' collegesas
lent search" was launched by and the Atlanta University Cen members, for Its campaignfor
most affiliates late last year to ter, a group of five predominantly building: and other capital N.W. 62nd Street
help find Jobs for technical Negro Institutions. Improvements. At that time the a1520
skill, or unemployed. By up- foundation said It would grant
grading qualified Negroes the The. grants are designed to an additional $10 million to a
program helps unemployed Ne- help these institutions realize small number of the member MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
groes move up Into the Jobs va their potential for high-quali THE
cated. It also assists In boasting ty education In a reasonably colleges on the basis of their
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Negro Income and helping In snort time. For that reason, academic quality and performance
the stabilization: of family life; the funds will not be added to and their future promise,
Cont'd Urban league gal 8 endowments but rather, will be Today's grants represent thai Fresh Meat-Low Prices
spent over the next ten years.
In Impressing Negro youngsters: Recipients are: 'commitment and an additional]
with the need for qualifying $3 million
themslves for challenging Jobs Atlanta University Center,
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available to them for the first Ga., $3 million (Atlanta Unlver; u
time; and In Informing employers slty, Clark College Morsehouse
of the numbers of qualified Cont'd gal 7 College Fund 913
Negroes available. College, Morris Brown College, HOW DO YOU
and Spelman College): Bennett
The NSB operation differs College, Greensboro, N. Carolina
from routine job-finding pro- $1.1 million: Bishop College,
grams by building up a "bank"of Dallas Texas $1.5 million: Dil-
screened carefully-checked lard University, New Orleans, PAY YOUR BILLS?
resumes' of qualified persons La., $1.3 million.
available at a moment's notice.
It emphasizes the avallabllty of Fisk University, Nashville,
hard-to-flnd Negores for top Tenn., $1.3 million; Hampton
level JoU& In Industry and com Institute, Hampton Va., $1.5 By going to each store and paying in cash? Or by going out, buying a
million Knoxville College
merce, stressing the need for : ,
"pilot placements" to break Knoxvllle, Tenn., $1 million; money order, and mailing It? Here's a much handler way, called a
down existing non-white hir- LeMoyne College Memphis,
ing patterns. ,Tenn., $1 million; Tuskegee, In.
stitute, Tuskegee. Ala. $1.3 mil
Made possible In part by a I lion.
$100,000 Rockefeller Brothers SPECIAL CHECKING ACCOUNTIt I
The funds may be applied .to
endowment, construction, equipment
or other tangible assets, II.
950 Jobs in
open but th reclpents may use them
Miami for faculty and staff develop Works Liko This:
ment and for student assistance. 1. Come the Lincoln National Bank what.
Dade County's Jobless can se the to deposit
Among expected uses are
lect from over 050 Jobs that scholarship faculty-salary Increases ever amount you want, and get a book of checks y ; .
are available through the three summer teaching programs (lust 10* each-25 for $2.50)).
offices of the Florida State Employment fellowships faculty research

ounced it y Service Harry It L.was Tyson an-, and advanced training, 2. Whenever you want to pay a bill, lust write a ; y F ;

Miami Metropolitan Area Manager and visiting professorships. check for It, in your own home or wherever you ;w

for the FSES. Henry T. Heald, president of happen to be. No need to carry a.. lot of cash

the foundation, said: "The expansion around, or to go out and buy a money order for
Tyson said that the FSES Is
of educational opportunity
each bill.
for to
looking qualified people
for Negroes Is complex
fill Jobs In almost every type I a
challenge to all levels of education
of occupation that can be foundin and to society as a whole. 3. You don't have to keep any certain amount In the
this area. of bank whatever want In order to I'm J. D. Mack, head
-fust
said that the FSES is Among the Important aspects you cover
jobs Tyson open in which there is an this challenge is the continued the checks you write. Each month you get a teller. Come in and ask
urgent and large demand; 89 Improvement of a number of statement of you'account, together with, your ,
secretaries 54 stenographers. private Negro colleges that have cancelled checks, which serve at receipts. The for me. I'll be glad to help
1
25 waltressess 24 cooks and already demonstrated their small charge for all this service Is |lust 50< per
chefs 28 factory trainees, 23 capacity to achlevea high order month. When you need more checks, limply pick you open your special
automobile service station attendants another book-like did th. first time.
88 sales men and wo of academic competence." up you checking account.A .

men. 17 shipping and receiving Last fall the foundation
clerks, and 30 automobile mechanics bank checking account it a useful reference-and everyone can afford one
and body repairmen. this easy, Inexpensive way.
Tyson added that the FEES,
in addition to unskilled
seeking
semi-skilled and skilled Dugie's Guest HouseThe
workers there is a need for house of unusual rooms v LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK
engineers, registered nurses ,
draftman, and various kinds of Open 24 hours NE 43851Seeing OF MIAMI
designers. Managerial talent is
also In demand and the FSES is Bettering First fully integrated bank in the entire Southeast

has many openings for those ri ht here in the Edison
interested in this type of em- See us for clean rooms t Financial Center

ployment. Jamaica Dugie always a 6013 N.W.7th Avenue Phone 759-4431


friend Iukho own 9i30 em2 pm I6e,ru...,W.d. Cloud """a.b oraV to

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The National Association of Retail Grocers of the

United States met at the Convention Hall, Miami Beach*

this week. The meeting went on for five days with 10,000 Y ,

delegates in attendance.Paul lyi ,n4 1ms y
S. Willis, president of the Grocery Manufacturers -

of America, Inc., said the food industry provides di-

II. B. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher rect employment for 12,000,00 people and. indirectly,

GARTH C. REEVES.' Managing: Editor another 6,000,000 making it the largest industry in the

Member of the National Newspaper Publishers, Associatlo' nation.He
pointed out that todiay's homemaker can buy

8TTBSCRIPTION _RATES her food for only 19 cents of her after-tax dollars, the
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN t'.00
lowest percentage of income for food at any time in the Entered as Second Class Matter,August 9, 107 at the Post Offload history anywhere in the world. 7 't1 V'Y
Miami, Florida under the act of March 8, 1876

Downtorn Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR 9-229A In New York, ,the Interracial Council for Business

Main Office at 6740<< N.W. 15th A'Yenue-Phone OX 1-0421 Opportunity, with the American Jewish Congress and
I
"CREDO OF TIm'NEORO'PRms"Tbe the Urban League of Greater New York, is sponsoring a 'j

NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead tlu program to provide technical advice for Negro businessmen LMiWALTER

world from racial and national antagonism when it accords to who need loans, but don't know how to get them.
every man regardless"' or race, creed or color his human and Negroes already in business and those who want to go J. COGDELL
legal right Hating no man. fearing no man-the Negro Press
in business will receive assistance. DIRECTOR
strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men an I
Burt as long as anyone is held back. The council was formed last October and has an FRANKLIN FEDERAL

administrative staff on the basis of a gnant of $25,000 SAVINGS AND LOAN

CIVIL RIGHTS BILLThe from the Rockefeller brothers fund. ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI"I
In New York Harlem 18 cent of the
retail -
(
) only per
Civil Rights Bill will undoubtedly be signed by
businesses owned Negroes.In have been an educator most
our president and, be placed. on the statute book. Commendation are by
of adult life and am currently
my
the entire the dozen Ne-
report only
city, says a
goes to the majority of Congressmen, especially principal of Bethune Elementaryin
gro-owned businsses than 10 .
employ more persons.Shell's
those who were foremost .in fighting for the clause our community.

that met so much resistence.
I "If I could hone word
Predictions have been made that this law will bring I sum up
I Sit-in Convictions the message that t have tried to
about trouble and work hardships upon many people.We communicate to my many young

cannot agree with such opinions .We believe, as students, it has been this: conservation
time goes on, it will be found that such thinking is but a the principal of saving -

nightmare. We could be wrong.* Dismissed By CourtThe one of the cornerstones of

There are people. who could make _trouble, but if our free democratic society.
serious consideration is 'giVen the matter there will be little -
I U. S. Supreme Court "We conserve our energy, our
trouble. Monday, dismissed the convic-
thinking and our material invest-
There are certain rights that belong to all Americans, tions of five sets of sit-in demonstrators Dl'"tO:1A. Laborer mentS for the worthwhile activj-

it should not be necessary to even make special laws to Miami Including one in ties of life such as buildinga
;
enforce them. However, not all people will be lawkeepers Shrt n Face home and family, a business,
so there must be these laws. The court voted unanimously education, church and communitywork.
Isaac Ward) 2fi(
] In the case of Janes Russell construction\
There are {those who are ready to make test cases of Robinson vs. Florida involving laborer from Paytona; Beach We like to see and feel the
the Civil Rights Law at once. We see differently. We be- a I960 sit-in at Shell's' City rest was! struck in the face bv a 32. results of our efforts," Cogdell
lieve a cooling off period would be idea. urant in Miami. caliber bulM on N. W. 8th St., continued, "In terms! of achievements -
a good
The justices decided that a near 1th A vp.., about> 11:30: a.m.
home ownership, family
Give everyone concerned a chance to consider and Florida state law requiring separate Tuesday. HP (died almost Instant a
to negotiate where possible.An toilets in restaurants ly. and a savings account And herein
which serve.; both races made -our community we have an institution
old adage : "There's nothing lost in being rea- Shell's City segregation Detectives F"ne** Bush and Franklin Federal Savings -
sonably slow.." policiesa Dennl: Witklns s"M that Ward,
form
( of !;tate rction'The and Loan Association, that
who was T'I p'Ct?tor, was living
We certainly agree with Roy Wilkins executive court opinion written bv can be Instrument toward
our
secretary Justice Hugo L. Black said: temporarily at 820 N W. 5th
of the NAACP who said : "l Tile these Florida regulationsdo Ave. achieving these Important objectives

"That Negro advances under the Civil Rights Bill not directly and expressly The detectives said a gang of In life.
will be 'diminished' If unwise tactics are used in testing its forbid restaurants to serve teenagers was "chasing two "Each week, we receive earn-
both white and colored
I people members of a rival and in the
enforcement. gang ings form of salary. Withit
together, they
certainly embody
one of the pursuers drew
I "Rights backers should be 'smart rather than loud' state policy putting burdens and fired. a pistol we pay for food, clothing, shel-
bound to discourage the ter, the doctor, auto mechanic
in seeking implementation serving After
the
of the bill when it becomes of the races together." shooting membersof
both gangs disappeared plumber and Insurance man. We
law.' police
The court was reluctant to said. No arrest had been pay all these people and many
, "If you have to change the sparkplugs in your car, deal with some of the other made and the officers could more, and sometimes we forgetthe

you don't use a sledgehammer/ he said. "You use a Issues segregation.involving restaurant de witnessing find no one the that shooting would admit most essential person of all-

... wrench."It. r- we forget to pay ourselvse some-
thin for our own.. nftnrta..
could be that the speedy approach would not be --- ------

the most: productive approach. But we must move fast HOME BARGAINS "At Franklin Federal Savingsand

enough to insure that we ,don't let the other people (civil Loan,, Association, we have

rights foes) jump into a vadutim. ......sitriation, following 554 N. W. 48th St. ourselves the means by small which we can pay
a sum each week
enactment of the bill.. :
F and through this systematic av-
CBS
completely redecorated inside
New
: Kitchen
Ing we can soon win a sense of
- INTERRACIAL DECISION .Garage, Porch. $595 down, $75 Month, move right real Independence and security

Some interesting Interracial decisions were made':by in with money for emergencies(and

the United States Supreme Court this week. Notably the the big things In life, and, as we
Miami Shell City-Congress of Riaclal Equality E? It-In: : 4021 N. W. 23rd Ct., add to our savings account* ;

Case, that'took place in August 1960, v Like new 3-bedroom, completely redecorated. $695 in Franklin the form Federal of adds to It too
generous savings
In this case, '18 Negroes and white"persons tried to down, move right in. No Qualifying dividends' at the current rate of

integrate the Shell City restaurant, 58th St., and 7th 4U% a year, paid and compounded
Ave., adjoining the grocery department. They refused to 4030 NW 3rd Ave. four times a year. So, while

leave when ordered to do so, and were arrested. Triedin Huge 4-bedroom, Fla. room and garage' $495 down we are saving, our money is act-
,
Dade County Criminal Court, Judge" George Shulz move right in. $89.50 month pays all. ually earning additional Income
convicted them of misdemeanor land placed,ithem on probation Direct from for us. Franklin Federal helps
., owner. Open Sunday. WI 5-g8Rv our account grow along.

An appeal was made to the Florida Supreme Court, to"It open takes a Franklin less than Federal five minutes savings -

but the conviction was upheld. The case was then takento account and a Franklin Fed-

the,Supreme Court of the United States. ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF eral savings counselor will be

". -Monday, of this week, the High Court overturned THE VERNICE of most the happy to help you every step

the 'convention in the cafe of James Robinson vs. Fla- School of Modeling and Personal thrift. Make way. conservation Learn the habit a partof of
rfda, Justice HucroBlack writing the decision the Beauty
favoring ,
For Women of All Ages your life and become a secure
Complete
demonstrators. Similar decisions were made in cases from Charm Modeling Poise courses in and happy Franklin Federal sav
Personal
:Miaryland and South Carolina. Improvement er.
Beauty* Culture
"Franklin Federal Savings and
Governor Farm Brvant Is hiavinor his handful of Miami's First Personalized' Beauty School Loan Association Is chartered by
INTRODUCTORY
trouble in St: Auprustine. Seeking to ouiet thinora down bv OFFER: 10 week course $50 complete the Federal, Government, super-
Pay only $5.00 'perweek.. R-egular $300,, vised by the Federal Governmentand
course.
banninor:nljrlit, demonstrations in that city, he ran afoul Inquire
'' 24 Free' Scholarships for those with talent for savings accounts are Insured
the orderVIven by the .District JudvA. Brvan Simpson allowing ModelingWe to $10,000 by an of the
nftrht-time, demonstrations. The ovprnor claim need professional models to.Initiate our agency Federal Government.agency Open your

''he WAR tiainflr emerp nrv nowprs plwn' him T>v the state Courses taught and directed by M. Vernlo?, Internationally insured Franklin Federal savings

law. However5, toe finds himself orcVrerl to .'h.1r nn\ylnp; acclalmel foremost beauty, authority ro!,metolotry teacher, account any week day from 0:30:

orf Fridav jnornfncr.:.tn show cause why he should not hp nnfhor. lecturer. educator, pnhllaner In beauty." Take n ,fen A.M to 3:00: P.M. and on Friday"

held in contempt ,of,court, forward as a well paid professional model or Improve your evenings Franklin Federal Is open
personal appearance for n better paid position.iner1 from 5 P oM. to 8 P.M.
The TT. S I FnprpTw? '('!onrt ]\rn" Av. ruted tl1ftt Florida. "Franklin Federal Is located at

.'* r AT>T>orHnTiTnpTit. f Iq iinron HHiHftni and orrlpr dHjftt .. *>>f Reaiitv. ScJiool. the corner of N.W. Third Avenue

7 TToiiRe and S nflfe seats be distributed on n normlntfon 109'West Flakier Street Phone 371-0812 and Tenth Street I win be lookIng -.

}+1J.'ct. n., forward" to meeting with you
\ personally, Cogdell concluded.

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Calender Roberts, Nassau CLYDE KILLENB =-
Businessman arrived on Tues-

day for a few days' visit. lie SIR Jinn mm KMJIIT BEAT CLUB
Isis the houseguest of his sister -
Mrs. M, Johnson 1531 N. W.
1st. Court. "Home of The Start"
PRESENTS Little Esther
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FRI. SAW SUN. ,
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For Best Results JUNE 26. 27 28
WELL wishes Lawence's -
to, Airs.\ the funeral of
Otis James who has been con- grandmother. Try a Classified Ad DOUBLE ATTRACTION III ,"+
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fined to the hospital.
AND NOW they ore three. MRS. 11ERTHA ROWLAND

Barbara and Samuel Rogersare and daughter, Valeria Glover,
the proud parents cf a have returned home after spend
darling little baby girl. Congratulations -
ing a week in New York visit-
ing the World's Fair. They also
COUSINS Gail Byron and plan a trip to Nassau upon their NOTICE !
Sharon Anderson are spendingthe return.
entire summer in New
DR ELMER A WARD Is con-
York City so that they can takeIn s.
as many of the Fair's exhibitions valescing at home after surgeryat
as possible. Aunt Beatrice Mercy Hospital.

Smith is hostess for the AIR. AND MRS. IRVIN Am- ''
two young ladies. brlsted are proud to 'announcethat
I
Mil. and MRS. W1LLL.IAM wedding invitations ,are
LITTLES' (Clarice) were hoststo in the mall for the coming marriage -' IF: .
of their daughter, Gloriato
numerous friends for cock- I
tails and supper on Saturday Mr. Alfred Duke Raymond YOU ARE BETWEEN THE AGES of 25 and 45
evening at their home. The on Sunday, August 30, 3:30: pm.,
occasion was in celebration of St. Matthew's Baptist Church. YOU HAVE AT LEAST A HIGH SCHOOL

their 20th wedding anniver- M.US.: FRANCES JOHNSON EDUCATIONYOU ,. .,. 1 I
of New York City is here visitIng PLUSMIAMI'S
sary.A HEARTY welcome to all relatives and friends for a HAVE GOOD HEALTH
of the wonderful 'ladles in short period. She is residing at SENSATIONAL
white' attending the 19th annual the home of her sister, Mrs. YOU CAN FURNISH GOOD REFERENCE' "I've Got A Thing Gobi On"
boule of the National Mary Cash, 1828 NW 57th St.
YOU WISH A PERMANENT AND GOOD .
Nudses Sorority meeting here. ,:
LAWRENCE L. IIITTIIKL Jr., '
Sea Gull ,Hotel is headquar PAYING JOB ,
son of Mrs. Emerald J. Robertson I .V ap
ters. Supreme Daslleus Faus- 1822 NW 60 St., and Lawrence '
tine Riddlck of Norfolk, Va.; L. Bethel Sr., of 1988 N YOU WISH A JOB THAT OFFERS
local baslleus, Grace Higgs. W 52nd St., has been commissioned ADVANCEMENT
Second Lieutenant In
EMMETT PAIGE of Jackson. a
yule, Fla., spent last weetoend in lod High School, he holds a BAthe THEN CONTACT: .
United States Air Force ,
our city in order to spend
Father's Day with Mr. and Mrs. I upon graduation School. from Officers L. H. Portlock District Manager I t
Training ,
Kelly C. Wilson (Alzeta) Mr.

Paige is Alzeta's father. I Agraduate of Northern Sen .
225-21 N. W. 9th Street '""' "
THE JOHN SPENCERS (Vcr- ior High' Schol he holds a B.A. ,'
degree from Grambllng (La.) ;
berna Williams) and son Ricky a
R
College and is a member of
of Washington D. C. vacationing
are -
Verbena's Kappa Alpha Poi.I 01..
with twin sister > ,. S ro
f
Phone FR 4-1561 ;
RowenaV1llLams.. i I MRS. PRUDENCE JOHNSON .. .
of 1822 NW 60 St., Is In Rochester
THE GOLDEN-GATE city, N. Y. attending the weddingof
San Francisco, bured Garth our Reeevesfor business her granddaughter, Ann, the o ,,1snm
manager,
dau Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
a few days to attend the K. Johnson who was married to
National Newspaper associa- Ernest Dewitt Denny at Col-
tion. gate Divinity Chapel.

CONVENING IN Tallahassee Mr. Denny has been promiseda Atlanta Life I
recently was the 8th annual
Job at Wllbeforce University &IJIIUEr ,'
I Southeastern Regional teenage teaching sociology. The former
Jack and Jill 'N Inc., Miami's Miss Ann Johnson is a Surglcial Insurance
teen-age sponsor, Alzeta Wil- Nurse in the City of Rochester. Company
son accompanied teen-agers J
Brende Wilson and Elvis Congratulations to ;Mr. and
Paschal form this area.I Mrs. Eugene Francis (Clemen- .
tine) the birth of their I V.
AM INDEED sorry to learnof baby son upon born Thursday June c.._....__.,", .._.....WI......", ........ ....... .........", ...._.........
SylAl Farquhanson's accidental 25. both mother and baby doing
leg burns Incurred during a fine. Baby's Eugene Francis Jr.
way cook-out.to healing Hope Sybil.they're on the Ford, Realty Offers!! r eA:


ENEATII LUCEALtt origin. Best Method to Sell! iou Special service; from tour uoinvi; v>auoit ua; i l.lJ..et

als were shown Sunday after I jkjitow iou laefrevim. Uicrsilii. & l
noon during a fashion show at -A classified ad! 1-1'/.10 vv. uo aureet.: >\ oeauuiui throe bed a:1J
2983 NW 63rd St. Mrs. Enid
Ferguson, owner was sponsorof "' .......---........-.-.-.-.. room mWUlU ruvw1: iiowjc.. $t oo down-ttU
the very unique affair. VtU/tJLlrYllXG. INO KLU ''lAfC.
Across From Park '
FORSAKING TIlE West Coast 2-VU21 N. W. 6 Ct+ A real BUY tor those who

of our state to enjoy the east. Choice colored Church or school know value. >bOO down take this 2 bedroom 2
18 Street and N. W. 8 Avo. Air
ern seaboard for a long week-
I
conditioned Hanctunry.. Institutional bath CBb. NO UALIrYJNG.
end were Jimmie Albury of the
Air Force; his dad, Joseph Al- type construction. 3-1852 N. W. 47 Street. Older but FIT AS A FID

bury, supervisor of Industrial Complete Sunday school on twoFIooraHrated. DLE. Large, real large 2 bedroom, home. $350 .
( four lot*.
on
Education at Gibbs High in St.
St. Petedsbugh; and Samuel '''0,000 Cull John Warren for down-$80 a month. NO QUALIFYING.

Evans, a former Miamian. Appointment 4-$100 d 0 W n-a. good credit report and THESE

I THE KEYES CO. THREE BEDROOM HOMES Like New On "You Ain't No Big Thing Baby
LAWERENCE AND MURIAL
NEAR SCHOOLS. Adm. Fri. & Sun. $1.50
u..JtGl'/4 Mortgage are yours.
Blvd
Johnson of Fayettevllle North 234: Blhcayne /
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FR 1-3302 5-1206 N. W. 37 street. T..d. clean 2 bedroom Sat. $2.00
Carolina week in our
spent a
The Johnsons attended I .. ... hOID-Fla. Room on A double corner Lot is your BIG TEEN-AGE MATINEESUN.
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for a re onable down payment. ., JUNE 28 3-6 P.M.

6-FOR THE HIGHER SALARIED. A Gorgeou' 4 ADMISSION $1.00 ,
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NOW RENTING NEW 2-Bedroom Apts. bedhroom-2 Full Baths Extra Large Living Room COMING.JULY 4-5-6

3 conditioners, Built in Book-Case in Master THE DYNAMIC
GAS AND WATER
FREE
Bedroom is available THIS WEEKEND at FHA

$24.00 Weekly $50.00 Deposit Price with $500 down. WE HAVE KEY.

7-Beautiful, extra clean 2 bedroom FRAME Home- t.
Terrazzo Floor Downstairs t i-.. Oak, Floor Up-
Dade County Pine-In Ideal Locattons-From, 300
I II
stairs Traverse Rod Tile Bath with Shower .SN
Dollars Down and 65 Dollars a month.

Nice quite Neighborhood Convenient Transportation 8-816 N. W. 46 Street. THE BUY OF THE WEEK

Adult Preferred 4 Bedrooms-2 Baths To see is to Buy-Excellent

PL 4-9069 for a large Family.
765 N. W. 69th Street

RENTALS

1530 N. W. 51 Terrace-NO CHILDREN One
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$15 week.

$10.00 WIGS $10.00FOR 1779 N. W. 44 Street. 3 Bedroom partly furnished 4= I 4

$20 week. :

RENT OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING SATURDAY. AND

SUNDAY ALL DAY
ANY 3 DAYS OR WEEKEND :


KIMBERLY'S' BEAUTY SAON Ford Realty, Inc.

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Ave. at 54th St.
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NEVER CLOSED Specials/ / Good Thru/ June 27th at Welter's AG Only

RACORN SWFITS CANNEDPicnics

Sliced Bacon Ib 350 31b can $1.49

PORK FLORIDA GRADE A

Rib Ends Ib 120 Fryers Ib 250

CENTER CUTPork ARMOUR STAR

Chops Ib 59c Franks Ib 450ARMOUR


Turkey Wings Ib> 270 STAR geEDIb 290COLD


BEER AT ALL TIMES
FROZEN
Morton's Peach PRODUCE
Apple or SUNSHINE SWEETSUGAR
PIES each 29c
Shurfine-6 Ounce Can 5 Ib bag 39* RED DELICIOUS
h, Orange Juice 3 for 69c Apples 2 lbs 391Onions
With $5 Order or More
McKenzie-Sliced 10 oz. pkg.
Strawberries, 2 for 49cMcKenzie 3 Ihs' 231
SHUFINE SELF-RISING OR PLAIN
-24 oz. pkff.
Whole McKenzie Okra u-24 oz. pkg. 39c Flour 5 Ib bag 390 Limes dOl J9t
Blackeye Peas 45c
SHORTENING For your Convenience

Kraft DAIRY Bake-rite 3 Ib can 491 +Our Payroll Services CheckCashing Include
Whipped Corn Oil
OLEO lb. 33c CARNATION EVAPORATED_TALL CAN Money ;Orders
Ice Hanor Cream-Vk House gal 49c Milk 6 for 790 ** Receiving Key Making Payments
Kraft VelveetaCheese of Light Bills
Ib pkg. 49c

KRAFT-tOe COUPON IN HERALD AD OSAGE FREESTONE-2'/8 CAN
Mayonnaise qt 390 Peaches 3 for 79 (With$5.00 Order or More) ROYAL CASTLE
GREEN GIANT-303 CAN Root Beer
1-2 gal 39t
COrn--Cream Style/ 2 for 390 HANOI-WRAP For Picnic or Work 100 COUNT

I NIBLETS-12 OUNCE CAN Sandwich Bags 3/0

Corn--Whole Kernel 2 for 391 26 OUNCE BO'I''LgNIBLETS

-12 OUNCE CAN Pine Sol 890

Mexicorn 2 for 390 Meal EELBECK-SELF RISING5'b bag 39C



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SATURDAY JUNE 27, 1964 PAGE 7

LEFSTALK POLITICS Broward .'J

County
By NORMAN\ E. JONES

Historical Backgonnd of the Negro In Politics the Church News New Homes at Right Price

and Fraternal Organizations 1944 NW 49th Street 1835 NW 41st Street

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BJTWalter f
The prominent part played' another segregationist the pow. Bowe Open 3.5 p.m.
by Senator Lister Hill of Ala- er of another six years in the
bama in the Southern Bloc filibustering Senate, to become even more 0 3 Large Bedroom
against the Civil powerful to work against all .2 Bath Garage
Rights Bill emphasizes the legislation which might be to. The women of Oenteral! Mis-
fact the Negro leadership and their Interest.If sionary BdDUst Church are hawing 0 Florida Room
electorate In the South are poll their annual Woman's Day
tically immature and have no they could only reason Sunday, June :28.: The speakerof BARON J E 8.1340
conception of the intricate that regardless of partYi ultra the morning will be Mrs. II. ,
methodology of government conservative or iberal, W. Wright of New Hope Baptist -
from the village council up from the North or from the Church. Hollywood, and
through our National Govern- South, the Congress and the the evening speaker will be Mrs.I. .
ment.A Senate are run with an unrelenting G. Wilder of Mt. Olivette, Miami .
few months ago Hill was iron hand by seniority and district president of tho GOING TO THE .
on the rocks and near defeat bya seniority alone. women's department of Atlantic -
strong segregationist runningon Only by long tenure in the Coast baptist Association.
the Republican Ticket for House or Senate can a mem- Mrs. Maudena Smith Is chair-
Hill's seat in the Senate. Hill ber help you or hurt you, the man, Mrs. Wllhelmlna Saunders World's FairUse
would have been soundly most liberlal Congressman or co-chairman, Rev. E. J,
beaten and the State of Alabama Senator can do very little or Clark, pastor. The public Is invited
would have sent a Republicanto nothing for you in his first Scentcruiser Bus Service
Washington for the first few years by the same token an M
time since the Reconstruction arch segregationist can do no- The Freeway Handicap Lea-
period. thing to hurt you in his first gue moved Into the second of (Greyhound or Trailway)
What few years. Its ten-week summer activi-
happened? Who saved
the seat in the Senate by the Membership on important ties at the Clover Leaf Bowling All ToursFrom
Expense Package
also segregationist Lister Hill, committees and chairmanshipof Lanes, at 44th and 176th St.
whose past .record is strictly Committees and subcommittees Meeting was held each night in
anti-Negro, anti-Civil Rights? is awarded ,only to mem- the banquet room and the following 1 to 6 night in New York City
Negroes in Alabama kept him bers with the 'greatest seniority new officers were elected
in the position to continue to It is in the committees that the : Walter A. Rowe, president, Includes Hotel in New York
strong positions in Sena- vital work of proposed legislation W Hollywood; James Williams,
occupy
torial Committees, which in is carried out and not on vice-president, Fort Lauder- World's Fair Admission NYC Sightseeing
turn him bar- the floor. dale; Charles Gowan, secretary
gives a stronger and other features from $9.85
up
So the only to favorable and Fred Home
gaining position to a way get Opa-locka, ,
wage ,
campaign against Civil Rights legislation to the floorin treasurer, Opa-locka. Round trip from Miami to New York by Scenic Bus
good shape is to constantly
and other favorable
any legislation -
The following' teams rolling
are -
try to defeat the long term
to Social Advance-
at 0 p.m. every Thursday $68.70Get
Congressmen from the South in
ment of lower income
groups, order to break their strangle- night: Clover Leaf Sports Shop,
which are mainly us. Bowe' Barber Shop No. one
Merely because Hill's Republican hold on the legislative machinery Renegades, Wrights' Construction detailed brochures and make reservations atNorth's
which is conducted in com
hollered louder
opponent Company, Bowe's Barber I
and longer than did Hill, the mlttees. Shop No. two, and Newbold's
Take the
Negro in Alabama rallied to worst demagogue TV Travel BureauCharles
possible against these long
the support of segregationistLister *
term Dixiecrats and give the liberal
Hill and sent him backto Yours Truly left for Nassau
Congressmen and Senators -
the Senate so he could more Sunday, June 14, to visit relatives -
from North chanceto
the a C. North
filibuster Civil manager
effectively against and friends In the Bahamas -
get some of the Important
This shows their
Rights.
lie returned to West
political immaturity and their Committee Chairmanships. Hollywood on June 17. 1104 NW 3rd' Ave Ph. FR 9.8451

utter lack of knowledge of political b iFN.-.......1..........N
strategy.In .

the case under discussion, Painting Contractor Your Silent Salesman A
the Negroes in Alabama had A 'Times' Ad Can Sell Anything. See unlJOOOOOOOOO !
the rare opportunity in the WARNER HINES Miami Time Classied Ad j
South to defeat a strong memo _.
ber of the Southern Bloc in -
the Senate, who by virtue of Moderate Rates Call
his long tenure occupies many R For The Finest Apartments at -
important positions of key
Senatorial Committees, all of r;
which seniority, influence and
position he uses to bargain
away any form of Civil Rights' BONDED
and other Legislation which
might be favorable to Negroes
Labor and Social Progress and
here we find Negro leaders and
electorate alike rallying to the RENTAL
defense of Lister 11111, despitehis
known anti-Negro record. Licenced and Insured
They were so emotionally dis- Ily City and County
turbed by the superior race
rantings of this Alabaman running Service phone FR 9-8685 AGENCY INC.
on the Republican Ticket "
FREE ESTIMATES:
that aU logic and reason was

cast aside and they handed to .........NrN.N. .
k ? The largest ,collection and rental


JANITORIAL SERVICES d agency in the South; operating in


Dade and Broward ,Counties'HON.
COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL

Negro Housing areas
Licensed and Insured L. L. BROOKS
,
Reasonable Rates 15 Years Experience President
GEORGIC 1' BART, General Manager.

Call 221.2940 MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MOIRE THAN

10,000 HOUSING UNITS

. Bonded also has employment service at main office

4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA

fall time public relation Dept. to assist you la solving ytAnr problems
JET TV CLINICHOME Pint a fleet of ears firing door to door service for tenants eoBTsaienes,

Oa nights and Sundays for emergency service call PL 9-8733

SERVICE CALLS $1.00 MAIN OFFICE

4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-8733
Night
Day or
Vandalism done by a few Is expensive to alL Pleas help as stop tfds
We Service All Mak. el unnecessary evil C. A. Lockhart Public Relations Director

HI-FI's and STEREOS
11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO BBRVB YOU

w. Also Rent 1183 N.W. 3rd Are ..._..-_ PR S-4418 17538 fU.Mfed AT.

TV's by the week or month 1675 N.W. 62nd St. MMMMM. OX 6-2467 Petrin ___....?-_ CB> 13111

SMI Grand AT*. HI S-1SS1* 1M. H.. ondrllls ...

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TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Christian Hosplial, Man> and Boy Are \.clothesvere ve., and- Service piled on Road the bank His

PAGE 8 SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1964 I The Austin boy went to the
Benefit A SuccessDr. Drowning Victims Bay with four playmates Sat-
urday morning, but became se-
Dazelle Simpson, chair- The bodies of a man and a parted from the others. Miami -
No-Strike-Out Kings Compare, I man of the $1000.00 benefit af. boy who drowned in separate homicide detective said
fie for Christian Hospital, wishesto accidents were recovered Sun- Relatives 'reported him missing
!thank the Christian Hospital day from Dade County waters. about nightfall.
and all volunteerswho
personnel helped make the benefita Thomas Austin Jr., 11, of Dorsey went alone to the
Opa-locka, rockpit about
The hospital to date 7 a.m
success. 1091 NW Third Ave., was found Sunday after
stopping by the
has collected $882.00 and we floating about 7 a.m., near the home of a friend David Den-
are still would recieving like to donations.contribute to If shore of Biscayne Bay at NE ard, 53. of 2015 Washington St.,
you this most worthy cause please 38th St. He had been missing to invite said.him to go fishing
deputies
send your check directly to the since Saturday afternoon.
hospital. The money will be usedto
James Dorsey, 48, of 2032
purchase a new refrigeratorfor
NOW I is the Time
the newly formed blood Grant Ave., Opa-locka, drowned to Sell
) bank at Christian Hospital. less than three hours later, That Home.. Use a Times'
Lang Hadley' an instructor at
Northwestern High School,was I apparently, while swimming Classified Ad)
the lucky winner of the $100.00. I alone in a rockpit east of NW18

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I f rr ',x8 ? R c. rI yI I II Frederick Douglass, SA VE THIS COUPONGOOD

I VA I Home Enshrined
AT ANY TIME FOR ONE
WASHINGTON The homeof
Frederick Douglass, the former -
slave who became America's
--4 leading Negro spokesman the FREE SERVICE
19th century, will become a CALL

ifilA! -I unit of the National Park Sy-
i 1 stem Thursday On your TV, radio or stereo
Comparing bats, ahd batting eyes over a pre-garae glass| Congress passed a law in 1962
instant'milk in the tougesttostrikenut ALL MAKES AND MODELS
of.; Lps Angeles are authorizing the National Park
batters in baseball: Nelson Fox (left) of the Houston
(Colt .45's, and Jim Gilliam.qt the Dodgers. Fox, with the l Service the to site.Secretary acquire. and administer USED TV $19.95 up '_ ALL WORK GUARANTEED

Chicago White Sox last season, led.the American League by'!' 90 DAYS
striking out only 17'.times in 682 trips to the plate. 'Gilliam of the Interior Stewart
led the National League in the same department, fanning) L. Udall will accept the Rowimc T.V. 2636 NW 62nU St.
(just 28. times in'005 plate appearances, Carnation Instant deed at a ceremony at the home,
Nonfat milk provides athletes with fat-free.source of nigh- which will be restored before
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Get 27 HOMES SWEET! HOMESNO TAKE ADVANTAGEOf


YearsLong CLOSING COSTS this lifelong profession

prison terms have been 3-Bedrooms Only $350 down, $10,500, FHA,
handed down to three teenagers total CBS prioe $72 month pays everything.
whom Metro police believe $7,750 total price, Xtra lot, $750 down, $89 month Sunlight Beauty School
were responsible robberies along for a string the NW t>farmed pays all. Move right in. No qualifying.

79th St strip, Professional dream home on three lots. Garage, is now offering cosmetology training for a low
fenced $2,500 handles. No qualifying. One
Criminal Court Judge Jack yard, enrollment I fee of $5.00 and this advertisement
Falk dealt 10-year terms to Ru mortgage. $115 monthly.For .
dolph Gibson, 19, of 3027 NW LIMITED TIME ONLY;,
50th St.,, and Randolph Pratt, information or appointment call '
18, of 780 NW 46th St. Jlmmie Remember, when you obtain your training at Sun
St.Lee, got Willie 7 years.Pallbearers, 18, .of 734 NW 55th Colon Realty NE 4.0490 or NE 4-8639 light you will be recognized among the best cosmetologists -

in this country and) abroad. Our school is

_*--_"' "'''--_ -_ ______ ___ ___ __L ,y centrally located and is equipped with modern fa-
Grand cilities. Sunlight has served the public for the last 28

FLORIDA ADVANCE years and is one of the largest predominantly Negro
Lodge Here Next schools in the South.

MonthThe Training WorkshopAT YOU CAN'T GO WRONG AT SUNLIGHT

annual grand lodge of 1115 NW 3rd Ave. FR 4.9998
the Grand United Order of Pall-
bearers of America Inc., will
meet In Miami July 15-18, 1964. SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL
-- All Pallbearers are looking
' forward to a most exciting and JULY -17th 1964No
Central Life's
enjoyable grand lodge conven- West Palm Beach OfficeThe
tion with the Lodges In the Miami 'Beautician or Cosmetology1 Teacher should miss
area host. Wonderful
as this Educational Seminar. There will be eminent
} plans have been made for Grand
.everyone. An enjoyable outing consultants: nationally and internationallyknown
has been planned for all delegates to teach you the latest phases in Modern
and visitors who will be
information write
For
Cosmetology. :
attending this glorious affair.

r U, general Brother chairman Edward and Williams his coworkers -, 1113 NW 3rd Ave. or Call FR 4.9998

' have gone all out to JulylS
i make this one of the most out-
standing grand lodge sessions
ever held.

So see you all on July 15, at
1 ,our opening session. We will be
looking for you, and you, and
"
you. FOR SALE
July 11 .
......+...... . MNew above is the new and modern company-owned West
Palm Beach district office building located at 920 13th

Painting 'ContractorWARNER Street. The company also owns its district office in Miami,
Homes in Richmond Heights Tenaacola, Orlando, Lakeland and Bradenton.. The compaDY's -
MINES program calls for ownership of all its district office

Immediate occupany. Some available without Central Life Offers For Your
rt '
qualifying. Aa low as $500 down and $89 per month Consideration

3-Bedroom 1 Bath Modern and Attractive Policies From $1,000 up to
,..> $50,000

3-Bedroom "2 Bath WHOLE LIFE ENDOWMENT EDUCATIONAL

Wood) floors Terrazzo floors *ii MORTGAGE REDEMPTION RETIREMENT
,
'. if r COMBINATION HOSPITAL AND HOME
Built-in Range and Oven V
: ?: Our Representative
l' t H." Will be Happy to Explain to Yon

,I Licensed and InaoredBy .' Model House: 14740 Lincoln Boulevard OUR FAMILY GROUP PLAN
} Father, Mother, and,all Children
City and County Under 1 years of Age
Phone Cedar 5-6262 Plaza 8-5586 Insured Under One Policy
Service phone, FR 9-8685 Ncw-borna
Automatically
'f I Insured After 15 Day
FREE ESTIMATES Branch Office. Statewide
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Scholarship MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

1 SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1964 PAGE 9
WinnersEach

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Painless Office. Treatment of
{
:year, the Richmond
I Heights Woman's Club awards ,y x S. RUPTURE :: PILES
1 a deserving senior of the com- ,
munity a schlarshlp. This year's
recipient, Anita Brown, is a Racial pleases, Vmrlcoae Vein, Pro.
1961 gdaduate of George Washington .tate-No lost Urn e-Discard Trls M
Carver High School of J Upon Correction. of Rapture. Reducing
L Cocount Grove. DR. LONG'S CLINIC Blood-Urlne Tests
'
I Anita is the daughter of Mr. 1UI S.W. lit Btv PR S4T4S A aeaen1IaMida nrtMKNUK
', I and Mrs. Eugene Brown, Polk
: I St., of Richmond Heights, Fla.
IC I 1 I I I Refreshments of a delicious
: home-made pound-cake, ice 1
1 cream, and punch were servedby e
Mrs. Helen Kennedy after
the adjomment of the meeting,
June 21, 10G4.|(
h Il ,
Mrs. Louise Byrd, president ; Ir11 lf a '
Mrs. Margaret Dadden, reporter
e
The 65th Grand Sunday, June 28 Woman's
Day at Hurst Chapel AME
Conclave of District ..-...-...-..-.-.._.._-..-.._.-. Church, Terrine Mrs. i i:Naomi
Symonette, a resident of Per-
4 of Love and CharityA. WANTED rine, will be the morning
speaker. Come out and enJoy
J. HAIHDKN this dynamic speaker. Mrs.
A. J. Baisden D. G. W. S., gen- 10 Permanent year round Gertrude Matthews, chairman; lCD DELIVERY DRUG
eral grand, accepted Order of fbth
Rev. Davis, pastor. t1 A
Bdothers and Sisters of Love Guests to live at the
and Charity. District (four) I ----
holding the 65th Grand Lodge MU.I.oa 1ww ;
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June 29-30 and July, in Miami, Miami Carver i tic whir
Fla., at Love and Charity Hall. 24,780
The various tabernacles throughout -
the state of Florida and
Georgia are expected to be pre- HotelRegular I I IoYlll
sent. The opening will conveneat .ATe..,IAON.TNeu evN.a A.A4 r.. /
Temple Baptist Church Mon- SMART
day, 8 p.m., with a spicy program Hotel Services car-
!. Tuesday morning at 9 pelings, air-condition rooms, .
business sessions will be
ajm.t
gin. Let us have perfect har- at a surprising low Rate
mony and peace. (Guaranteed year round) [PEOPLE

(Mrs, Ethel T. Johnson, reported Call or Stop in to Talk to ARE NOW.HAPPY 'SUPER' CUSTOMERS

the manager, : SAVING UP TO 35% on LOW EVERY DAY PRICES i j I

'Why ,March, For
CARL FERRELL
LYKCS SUGAR CREEK CORN FED PORK
Peace? r SLR.AVC. /
Open Mike, with host Hend- 899 N.W. 3rd Ave. 27WESTERN
rlk J. Darns Will discuss "Why PICNICS 25m
March For Peace''?, next Sun- FR, 1-1633 .L .
day evening from 7-9. Guests .
will be the "Peace Marchers" .-.-..-..-.-----..-..-..-.-...-- .
Ut] jCUJBJOdUia SUJPJS3.I AVOU .
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THE MIAMI TIMES f MiAMI[ FLA. 10th Annual Woman'sDay < ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev.

1964 O. W. Foster pastor
PAGE, 10 SATURDAY JUNE 27, Bro. Casey Graham, Reporter

Sunday services will be under

-j- At Mt. Calvary the minister.At leadership. of our associate -

300.: the No. 1 Choir sponsors -
its Annual Tea. An Invi-
tation is extended to the public
at large.
Monday the 29th, there will
fr, : not be any activities at the

L' church, due to the fact of exterminating -
the building.

Tuesday Night, The 'Young
i Matrons will meet at the homeof
Sis. Beatrice Joseph 15720
N. W. 17th Ct. Business of vital

i importance.Some .
of our sick membersare
as follows: Bro. Eddie San-

''4a q q vJJ v+ f,{ ders, Sis. Lois Waters, and Sis.
? Flossie Williams. Also Dec. M.

L. Summersett. Remember

them them. in your prayers and visit

Visitors are always welcome.


:r SALTER'S CHAPELRev.
w c ;

CENTRAL BAPTIST ST. NICHOLASWEST H. J. Benson Pastor
Flossie Marshall Reporter
5000 S. W. 20th Street INDIAN CATHOLIC Ut ;'AUA"';: We begin our quarerly confer-
West Hollywood, FloridaOn 3020 N. W. 50th. Street MAE E. BODIE JESSIE DOLES ence on Friday night with the

Sunday June 28, we will We take this opportunity of ex Chairman Co-Chairman Presiding Elder Rev J. B. Blake
'celebrate our Gth Annual Wb- pressing our profound grati- presiding throughout Sunday,
mans Day the morning speaker tude and congratulations to the The women or the Mt. Cal- Well we all will know. Sunday. in the Sunday School and the
will be Mrs. VV. H Wright of Misses. S. and D. Hopkins. B. very Missionary Baptist will night. 11 a.m. service. Which he preached
New Hope Baptist Church i In White, and P. Bartlett for their observe: their 10th annual Woman's Our Chairman Mrs. Mae E. a powerful sermon, also
Hollywood, Fla.., the evening wounderful contribution to our Day Sunday, June 28. Bodie has worked hard and all, Sunday night the men choir
speaker will Ue Mrs. I. G. Father's Day program Sunday The morning speaker will be the women of.Mt. Calvery. Wont was in charge, with Mrs.
Pratt Wilder, District Presl-- June 21, at 7:30: p.m. In which Mrs. R. H. Lee of Fort Lauder. you please come out Sunday, Underwood atthe organ; most

ent of the Women Missionaryand they presented some of the dale.We and worship with us and make, of the boards and clubs made
Educational Convention of most outstanding musical se- will have a panel discus- this coming Sunday, a day 'of,, their written an financial report -
,; the Atlanta Coast Baptist sion in BTU. We will have the I
lections. These young teenagersare greatest. 100%; Elder Blake was
\ Association. Mrs. George Smith is Drama of the 12 Keys for our
musical students of Mrs. pleased with such fine cooperation
the Chairman of the program Eunice Moss, of 2025 N. W evening service, also crowningof Music by the Heavenly Stars, from everyone.

Committee, Miss Wllhelmena 69th, Terr., Miami 47, Fla. And the queen. and Ushers from New Hope, Miami ;: Next Sunday, will be Leaders
'Saunders is Co-Chairman, Rev. for Mrs. G. H. Sturrup; please Mrs. Kathrine Parker Is ; we are asking your prayers -_ Day at Salters Chapel. We are
Elijah J. Clark is the pastor.I accept our appreciation for now but we are not sure queen who for a great success., Minnie, working toward a beautification -

The public is cordially invited. that melodious solo' which kept the next queen will be Mrs Lee Stephens, program chair- program for the church

the congregation in perfect silence Mary: F. Jackson, Mrs. Grace man, Mrs. Mae E. Bodie, chair building and grounds.
FIRST BAPTIST from start to finish. To Meeks, Mrs. Chrlsteen Wiley. man. Mrs. Carnella Glenn had an

4600 N. W. 23rd Ave. those of our friends and well- outing for her Brownies, and

Rev. W. M. Davis, Pastor wishers, your presence and cooperation Girls Scouts Saturday, at the
will long be remem- beach. Mrs. Agnes Davis was
ZION HOPE
BAPTIST NEW MT. MORIAH
The pastor, officers and members
bered. We want you to know on hand to help her; everyone
of the First Baptist that you are always welcome. 5129 N. W. 17th Ave. 6700 N. W. 14th Ave. along with the pastor was looking
Church cordially invite you to Come Thank Rev. P. Freeman forward to the
again. you. Pastor Rev. Almus L. Shipp, Pastor Sunday
worship with them in the ob- George H, Sturrup, Sec., Our services were very hlhg We had a wonderful time School Convention on the West
servance Youth of their fourth annual Rev. Dean N. A. Derrick, O.S.B all day Sunday. Sunday School Sunday morning with Rev. West Miami District. At Bethel AME
Day on Sunday June 28.
t were enjoyed by all. We are urge bringing the sermon "Wade in Church at Belle-glade, Fla.,
SHILOH BAPTIST ing all members to please attend the Water". which will ''be on July 8, with
the weekly meeetings. Our pastor wishes to "thank"" Salters Chapel in charge.All .
Third Annual Women's
Day. Our visitors are always wel-
pastor Rev. Paul Freeman Rev. Woodly and congregationfor
You are invited to come and
and come. .
congregation will rend.
Yr such a wonderful anniversary
take a part In our 3rd annualWomen's ,
r r er services at the Friendship M. sermon. Thanks to each
Day program Sunday.The B. Church on Sunday June 28, person and auxiliary who made ST. LUKE CHURCHRev
11
a.m. speaker will be
at 3 p.m., we are asking all this Sunday
our anniversary a success.
Sister W. K. Smith of Greater P. W. Williams
members, and friends I ito please choir No. will pastor
morning, one
New Bethel Church. Mrs. Bunesba Green
I Baptist come out and make this servicea first reporter
New Hope Baptist Church success. accompany to Antioch our of New lady Lib-City.over Sunday, June 28, is Men's Dayat
I Choir No. two will render music. Deacon Hicks St. Luke. The chairman and
'j'jI is asking all Sister Shlpp will be the morn
The 7 p.m. speaker will be our members and friends to ing speaker.Our co-workers have worked very
Mrs. Cora Martin of New Hope hard to make this the 'greatestMen's
please meet him at 5:30: p.m., pastor asks that the mem
Baptist Church with choir have
No.
Day
ever. They se-
for BTU
; we are asking you bers would come out on Thurs
two of Greater New Macedonia lected two
outstanding speakers.The .
to
continue
in
prayers for our day nights to prayer service
Baptist Church and the No. sick and shut-ins. from 8'4.Christian morning speaker will be
two ushers board of the same friends don't the Rev. W. F. Tanner of St.
forgetto
church. Mary's M. B. Church
MT. ZION CHURCH pray for the sick and shut- Coral
Deacon Major Summersett is ins changes Gables. The Male chorus of Mt.
sick in Jackson Memorial Hospital Opa-locka, Fla. Our; prayer Junior Choir will things.render Tabor will render music for the

ward (A) No. 61. .... Rev. H. E. Greene, pastor .... music Sunday morning, and moaning service.TThei evening
Evelena Glenn, reporter choir No. two Sunday night. speaker will be the Rev. J. W.
FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTISTRev. Services were well attendedon Stevens, pastor of Brownsville

J. E. Jenkins, pastor last Sunday. Rev. Greene ST. MARY'S W. M. M. New B. Church.Mt. Moriah The Male will chorusof render
Ruby Lee Carr, reporter brought to us a 'wonderfulFather's
music for the
evening service.
BOSWELL ROBERTS Friday June 20, at 8 p.m., will Day message. Rev. H. V. Stuart, Pastor. Visitors members
and friends.
The women of Mt. Zion Thanks to the children for J
Boswell Roberts who recently I be the beginning of our Pastor'sAnniversary are Your support will be highly ap
} I finished his freshman year with Rev. W. K. working toward their annual rendering such a spicy pro- preciated both spiritually and
Ii' \ at Wilberforce University, will Smith and congregation of Opa- I Women s Day on Saturday June gram last Sunday which was financially. Deacon Floyd Davis
: ;deliver '(the morning message locka in charge of services; and I 27, there will be an all day Barbecue observed as Father's Day, general chairman.
4( and Mr. T. Steward Greer, Jr. on Sunday at 3 p.m. the Rev. Dinner sale at the church special thanks to Rev. Theodore
a member of the faculty 0 f Paul Freeman and congrega- the menu will consist of Barbe Gibson for such an inspiring
:North Dade Jr. Sr. High and tion of Zion Hope in charge.We cued Chicken Ribs, Cole Slaw address. All the Fathers thank GRACE PRESBYTERIAN
Adult Education at Miami hope you will come and Baked Beans Potato Salad ,and'bread. the Children and Mothers for
6895 N. W. 14th Ave.
such a lovely display of flowers'
Northwestern will help make
speak at the our pastor's first
Rev. W. F.
Savoy,
All for dollar brought in their Honor. pastor
one beginningat
evening
worship. Both men anniversary a big success; because An
will speak from the theme "A we the members really 10 a.m. The public is invitedto Parents are requested to send inspiring Father's Day
Living Or A Life." know he is a wonderful and deserving stop at the church for dinners their children out at 5 p.m. for last program was enjoyed by all
June 29. pastor. The past Bible Study. Sunday morning and even
meeting for
prayer year
ing. Thanks to dear
our annual revival will begin. we have been wonderfully blessed The Day Care Center in the Male Chorus will furnish bers our mem-
and friends
July 6, preaching' will begin to have such a God sent church is open all summer.; interested music morning and night Sun make the day who helped to
a success.
with Rev. W. M. Buyea, of evangelistic pastor. Our mem- person's may stop at day. There will be Testimony
Pahokee Florida bership Is rapidly growing the church for information.Mt. service also. This
bringing the Sunday evening, at 7 p.
message for ten nights. under his guidance. We are sure Zion welcomes you at all m., we will have our joint auxiliary
our many visitors agree with times. I tMACEDONIA NEW PHILADELPHIA evaluation and planning
We, at First Baptist, will be me the things that have been conference at the church. Each
happy to have you worship said for that reason we extenda BAPTIST 915 N. W. 51st. Street auxiliary representative is ask
with us at both our Youth Day most cordial invitation to all Rev. Wm1. H. Washington ed to share in the evaluationand

and :Revival to help celebrate his annIver- Rev.3165 Roscoe N. W.Jackson 56th Street Pastor Sunday evening at 6 o'clock planning, for the growthof
sary. Tuesday June 30. The the young people of New Philadelphia each auxiliary and the
CENTRAL !MISS. CHURCH White: Robe Singers will rendera Services on last Sunday were Baptist Church are church as a whole.
program for the young wo- high and well attended. The sponsoring a contest to see
,
15000 SW 20th' St. W. Hollywood men auxiliary. The President pastor was in complete charge.His who will be "Little Mr. and Vacation Church School is
Rev. E. J. Clark, pastor Sister Rosa Lee Sharpe and morning message was taken Miss New Philadelphia." The now progress. The first week Is
,\ On Sunday, June 28, we will members invite you to attend. from Genesis 3:9: and Revelation crowning of winners 0 f the over, and the second about to
celebrate our fourth annualwomen's We were so glad to have Rev. 6:17.: His subject was the contest will take place at this begin. Cheers to the adults and
Day. The chairman Albany deliver a most inspiring first and last question of time time.A children and youth who are

and, co-chairman are planninga sermon on last Sunday evening.Our "Where Art Thou" and Who specially arranged helping to make this endeavora
time all day' the publcls Shall Be Able program
: Joyous To Stand"? memorable
get-well greetings are extended has been planned by the ,young one.
'" .,. .invited.Speaker.the. to Deacon P. J. JenkinsIn 'Don't forget the Annual Bat- people. Mrs. Dorothy Rizer,
/ On
morning wor- Jackson Memorial Hospital, tle of Songs between Choir No. adult coordinator 0 f the pro- the Monday evening at 8 p.m.

yupuiervice: will, be Mr. H. W. he is our pastor's father and to one of Macedonia and Choir No. gram, and Mrs. ,G. ,McNeal public"annual "report to the
Wright of the New Hope Baptist all of our sick members, we wish one of New Providence to mor- along with Mrs. Elfleater Wash Miami presented Ministerial by the Greater

,.Church in, Hollywood. you a speedy recovey.We row afternoon at 3 p.m., at New ington, have planned what is will be held at the First Alliance Baptist ,
fJ The speaker for the evening are so elated over our Macedonia. anticipated as being an enjoy- Church of 'Bunche -
ervice,will be' Mrs. I. G. Pratt many visitors each Sunday. Usher Board No one will observe able evening of Christian en- Rev. W. J. Macon Park
Rev.
pastor.
Wilder '-from the Greater Mt.QlliivhetteBaptist You are always welcome; cometo its second anniversary tertainment.All Savoy will bring the
: "Church 'in 'Mi- church have your faith lift the second Sunday in July, at our friends and neighborsare Let us have a good delegation message.
ed. the church. cordially Invited to attend. 'i j from Grace.



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TRANSFIGURATONFather r... 'iIf'" .. ,y .y. ....,y.............ii,..IT...g.....a..IT ajLiujjrjjiaiNEW >R.St. MARK ff.JIR.1r P. B.W CHURCH J Bethume Birthday To Be Observed I II( I IAn


Ellsha S. Clark Vicar elaborate Mary McLeod learn first hand what yod can
Solemn Sung Mass and Sermon 1455 N. W. 53rd Street Bethune Birthday Weekend has do to share in this tremendous

9.00: a. m. Miami, Florida been organized by the National surge for freedom and, equal
Church School, 10:30: a. m. Our pastor delivered a soul Council of Negro Women, Inc., ty."
The St. Veronica's Chapter stirring message to us. I hopeit and will be held July 10-12, at
will meet tonight at the homeof will inspire some father to Bethune-Cookman College, Day The three day Conference
Mrs. Celestine Brown All Inprove. We invite you to attend tons Beach, Fla., the gravesite will Include: business meetings;
the Pastor's Aid Federa- of Mrs. Bethune.
members are urged to be pre- speeches; workshops and recreation -
tion Union at 3
on Sunday,
sent. Mrs. Major Lewis, ChaIr- m. We will have a glorious p. Miss Dorothy I. Height, National on Bethune Volusla

man.The time In the name of the Lord. President National Council Beach The National Council
Episcopal Churchwomen ojf Negro Women in a mes-
New
will have Its Macedonia Baptist Church will be joined by: groups of
monthly meetingon sage to the members, said, "It
will be In of the
Sunday, June 28 at the homeof charge program Is our duty as women and home- organizations in what 'Is'ex..
Don't forget to attend
the president. Mrs. Edwin t e si prayer service. makers to concern ourselves pected to be the biggest council

Rogers,Church President.The is Its sponsoring
annual Boat Ride "You can't stumble while on To do this, we must know whatis
on Friday, "
July 3. Have you bought your your knees. happening on the national Best Method to Sell!
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ticket yet, If not, do It today. V >.> NSWN W>*>XNX The time Is drawing near. Get PHIL OSSOFER Bethune Birthday: Weekend and -A classified ad!
your tickets from, any church I I
member or call the Chairman, SAYS:

James Lucas. You just cannot ...,.,. '
miss this wounderful outinga -
nice way to bring 1 nth e HOPE BAPTIST Jesus preached in the synagogue ROLAND Your HatterHas
fourth of July. Adult tickets (Luke 4:18.: ) The Jews re
Rev. W. E. Sims Pastor
jected Him, and for nearly 2000
200. See you next Friday on 1809 N. W. 5th Ave. .
the Dream Boat, Pier 5, Sis years Jesus was not even mentioned
Bay- A. L. Stephen, reporter
8.00 front; p.m.Park Yacht Basin' Rev W. E. SIMS that time in many a synagogue.Jews have Since accepted moved from Miami Ave.

Have you seen our beautifulnew ,We Invite you to help us ce- Jesus as their Redeemer -
Church? It is now being leUrate our Pastor's 1st. An- but they, too have had to TO-
niversary, beginning step out of the synagogue. I
completed. Drop by 19th Av, Friday
and 152 Terr. Night- June 2Gth through June was one of them.
29, 19G4. Friday Night, Rev. Today, I had an inspiring experience Our other storeAT
MT. OLIVETTE BAPTISTRev. l{. E. Rodgers and congregationof for I attended servicesIn ,
South Miami, Florida will be a synagogue where Christ is
I. C. MIckens, Pastor In charge of the services. Sun- preached. Imagine, here in Miami -
Sunday, June 28, will be a day Night, 7:00: p.m. A musical : after all these years, Jews
special day for Mt. Olivette's Program. Monday Night, Mt. preaching Christ crucified and 122
Youth. Fr. Theodore R. Gib- Calvary Missionary Baptist resurrected In a synagogue! Seybold ArcadeESTABLISHED
son will be guest speaker dur- I Church Miami, Florida Rev. S. It was refreshing to hear
ing the 11 a.m. service. Teresa Atchison will deliver the anniversary the New Testament quoted In
Lewis, a recent graduate afB. sermon. the temple by those who had 1934
T. VV. will be guest soloist. found the consummation of
During the evening service The efforts of a servant can their own Bible in the Gospel.It .
((7:30): ) Rudolph OJuna of St. never be paid for with things.It was Inspiring to hear my
James Bapt. Church will be Is always beyond the reachof brethren by birth speaking !in -- -----
guest speaker. Claudia Hep price. The official staff and glowing terms of Jesus, and
burn of Temple Bapt. Church membership at large feel that blending the religion of my SPEED QUEENI
will be guest soloist.. our Pastor has served us faith. father with the religion of my
Also appearing on the pro- fully for twelve months, and Christian brothers. CARLOAD SALE I
gram will be Verona Bowen of some typeof appreciation To me it was a sign of the I
Mt. Slnia Baptist Church. should be t given him as a tokenof time of which the beloved Jesus NEW 1964 MODELS -
This promises to be a wound kindness.; Pastorlng peopleis spoke, when we would all be
erful programme, please try to the most exacting and per- gathered Into one fold. -= SPEED
plexing task, in the field of religion QUEEN
attend.TEMPLE BAPTISTThe and too, there is so NEW PHILADELPHIA
much work to do In postering HEAVY

BTU will sponsor a a Church. There are so many Rev. C. J, Burney, pastor ,....,... DUTY
"Trip Around the World" tonight different people, with .their Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter WRINGER
(Friday), destination different minds and customs, The spirit of the Lord was HEAVY
,
Hyde Park, the residence of which make it humanly im- high throughout the day Sun DUTY 1 WASHER
Mr. and Mrs. Stafford Bain. possible to live up to demands, day, beginning with the 5 a.m.
Donation one dollar. i but the Pastor'has divine gui- services which will be held ,
The No. one choir will havea dance, with divine promises, to every Sunday morning; we are $179:95: I 79.95 7
dinner sale this Saturday at be with him always, to the end having a fine time In our revival ,
the home of Mrs. Eva Gibson, of the world. meeting it will close Fri. and up
1838 NW 5th PI. Friends are Let us not forget to bring a day June 20. On Sunday mornIng -
Invited.. Dinner will be served little Sunshine Into the lives June 28, baptism services.All and up Also Rebuilt Washer
from noon until? of our sick and shut-ins. We candidates are asked to Ua
Invite you to worship with us present at 10 a.m., and bring a -..... All makes $69.95 up
The youth choir will sing at at all times. change of garments. Baptism ,, ? ,
the 11 a.m. service Sunday,.1 and services will begin 10:30: a.m. EASY CREDIT TERMS
No. one during the evening.The We have a large list of sick STOP BY FOR FREE OFFER

Interdenominational Choir Club of Bunche Park Pool the members, continue in prayerfor REBUILT WASHERSOF ,
Union will hold its quarterly summer of 19G3, which had them and visit them, a wordof
meeting at 3 p.m. The Rev A. 1,500 beginners. I see you encourgement will bring OPA-LOCKA, Inc. MU 8-1504 ,
D. Hall of Ebenezer is the oration call Rev.Mal, E. Green, sunshine into their hearts. 1290 All Baba Avenue Opa-Iocka, ,Fla.
speaker for the occasion. The ? For future infor- You are always welcome to
very soon "*-''- *-" -"* --"
public is invited. Pastor MU 1-1559 our services.

The Grand United Order of I
Brothers and Sisters of Love
and Charity will have the wel-
come program for its grand Lincoln Federal Investment Inc.
lodge Monday, June 29, 8 p.m., QUALITY CLEAN
at Temple.It .
5386 Biscayne Boulevard
was 'good to see Sisters B.
Rolle and M. Munnings among MIAMI, FLORIDA
the worshippers last Sunday. P
They have been on the sick S CARPET SERVICE Y
list for some time. Get well
wishes go to others who are
still improving but not at/Ie to

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CARDS MEMORIALS. DEA ThIS WILLIE LAST TOWSON, 561 JOHNNIE? MAE DUGLAS
NW 6th St. died June 15. Ser- of 14050 N. W. 22nd Ave., died
,..." vice held Monday' at New Pro- June 21st. She Is survived by
vidence Baptist Church. Among her cousin, Mrs. Ola Mae
., MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. CARD OF THANKS his survivors are two daughtersand Colvin. Services were held
three Thursday at Mt. Hermon
PAGE 12CARD SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1964 sons.ARTHUR
The family of the late, A.M.B. Church.
_
MRS. TILLIE GAMBLE PRICE, 361 NW 6th
I wishes to thank their many Ter., died June 18. Service held MRS. TERRY TYLER HILL
OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn friends and neighbors for cards, In the chapel Thursday. Survi of 3000 N. W. 44th Street, died
flowers, condolences, kindness vors are wife, cousin and other on June 18th. She Is survivedby
The family of the late, loving memory of our and sympathy shown during the relatives. a daughter, Mrs Mildred
MILS SADIE TAYLOR hsuband and father, hours of bereavement. McCray, a son, James Williams,
who departed this life, June 4, Special thanks to Rev. S. L. INFANT GREEN, 1425 NW 60 two sisters, Mrs. Carrie Wil.
1964 wish to their : '. 'J llama and Mrs. Lula Stanley as
express St. ,
.y graveside services at Ever-
{' "'," Gay and members of Mt. Her-
gratefful thanks to their many green Thursday. Survivors well as a brother Goldie Tyler.
friends of West Hollywood and man A. M. E. Church. mother and father. Services will be held on Satur
Miami for the many acts of Willie Gamble and Family I day 3:00: p. m. at St. Luke

kindness shown durIng their !, REV. ROBERT BLAKES, Church, With Rev P. W. ,Williams -
(hour of bereavement. Special IN MEMORIAMIn died June 23. His survivors are officiating. She Is now
thanks to FT. Theodore Jones of wife two brother-In-laws one In repose at the chapel
staff. loving memory of our dear sister-in-law, nelces and nep-
"Shall claim of death cause us son, brother, uncle and father, hews. Arrangements are incom JOHN H. TROUBLEFIELDof
to grieve plete. 2296 N. W. 74th Street, a
And make our courage faint or pioneer of the Miami area for

fall? JAMES DORSEY, 2171 Lin- more than 40 years, died at
Nay, let us faith and hope 1F coln St., died June 21. Survivors his home on June 22. He Is
receive; are two daughters one survived by his wife, Rosa, an
The rose still grows beyond the sister one Brother, one aunt, adopted daughter, Evelyn Wilkins -
walL Jne uncle. Arrangements are, in Services to be held Monday -
Mr. Titus Taylor, husband complete. at 1:00: p. m. at Mt. Calvary -
Mrs. Virginia Pratt sister Missionary Baptist

Harold Hanna, son MRS. MINNIE GRIFFIN, I Church with Rev. Tarpley, officiating
Loleen Tynes daughter 007-A NW 68 St.. died June 19. lie will be In repose
Eugene and Alphonso Tynes, E husband, a daugh- I in the Chapel at 2:00: p.m.
brothers Survivor ._. _
er two sisters one
..__ brothers Arrangements Incomplete ESTELLA C. ANDERSON

IN sad, MEMORIAMIn but loving memory of e., ___ -JOSEPH. CLYDE BRUTON, passed Solomon by June two 23rd.E.sons Anderson She, Leonardand Is survived as-

our dear mother REV MATTHEW FAYSON SR. 1854 NW 68 Terr .. died in New well as a sister Mrs. Rosetta
MRS. MARtf WEMYSS who. departed this life June 29, __ York. Services will Ue held Clarke. Services will be heldat
who departed this life June 29, 3962. _________ Saturday, June 27, in the chapel St. James A.M.E. Tuesday

1957 Friends forgotten, in may Nassau, think Bahamas.we have "The The dim stars,sun will will fade set away and ;grow mother, time and CAMPBELL 3 father.INFANT p.m..; survivors, 420 N ALICE June 30, WILLIAMS 1:00: p.m. GORDON


When at times they see us lout our love and memory of W 17 St., died June 20. Survi- of 1320 N. W. 1st Ct. passed
smile, him vors mother, arrangements incomplete June 23rd. She Is survived by
But little they know the achingof Will! last forever and a day. her Mother, Mrs. Edna Robinson
oud hearts. Mrs. Beulah Fayson wife t her step-father Walter anda
Sadly missed Wy children: Ernest, Matthew, Jr., and URIAH A. DELEV AUX BRIEF ILLNESS FATALTO ; brother Isreal Williams: Services
Rosa Wallace daughter Fred Fayson, son who crossed the bar on'June 26, BOY for Mrs. Gordon will be
Oliva W. Bullard, daughter Joyce Fayson. daughter 1900. Samuel Robinson, ear-old Saturday In the Chapel She'
Grace Miller, daughter "Sunset ana evening 'star son of Mr. and Mrs. Marlon is now In_ repose at the parlor.
Vera M. Monroe, daughter And one clear call for me, Robinson of 1420 N. W 4th Ct.,

Joseph Wemyss, son CARD OF THANKS And may there .be no moaningof died June 24' at Jackson:'Mem- MRS.. ,REBECCA JORDAN,
Hewitt Monroe, son -- .- -- .._-- the bar morial Hospital after a brief Ill 471 N. W; 11th Street passed

We,. the family of the late When I put out to sea. ness. June 24th, She is survived by
IN MEMORIAMIn __ For tho' from out our bourneof Other survivors besides his two daughters,. Mesdames Ola
"p"cM1 = r ', time and .p1ac,.A parents ere five sisters, two Trawick and Susie McKelvln:
loving memory of our ''t The flood 'may bear*trie( far, brothers, five 'uncles, six aunts, of Sanford and a son Samuel.
dear wife, mother and sister. r '. h, I hope to see my pilot face to a paternal ''grandmother' Mrs Services will be held Saturdayat
a face, Dutohie Robinson, 'a' foster 12:00: noon at New Providence -
V\ When I have crossed the Bar" grandmother, his godparents,: Missionary Bapt. Church
FamilyrOARD Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Glenn, Revv :BUrney, officiating.. She is
and a host' of other relativesand now 'Inf'repose: at the parlor
friends.: Following the services she will
OF THANKS'The Funeral services will be held ,.
d t. "1 6 1 >h be sent' to Madison, Fla. for

family of the late at Tuesday the Mt.June Olivette 30 at 3:30: Baptist p. m, final" rites. and- burial.\(

OSCAR SPENCER Church, 1450 N. W. 1st Court,
wish',,to,express their most I sin the Rev. I. C. Mickins officiating Mrs, MILDRED ARMSTRONG.
cere' thanks to the relatives -
I ., died on June 23rd. She is sur-
friends and neighbors for flowers
vived by a brother and sister-
cards, telegrams, visitations
in-law Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bennett
RHnuRism. ,
the of and all
use cars
her father Jessie King,
acts of kindness during our mo-
ments of bereavement. Special LETCH TEASLEY 0 f 1746 an uncle Mathis King. Services
thanks to Rev. James I Pickett N. W. 2nd. Ct. passed at Jack- will be he Monday 12:00: noon
A 4. fStfjt and Zion Hill Baptist .Church, son Memorial Hospital on June in the Chapel with Rev. A. C.

the Eastern Stars, and .St. John 18. Survivors are his daughter, Mozell offficlating. She will be
Baptist Church. Mrs. Ellen, Miller, a son Milton in repose Sunday afternoon.

Addle S. Spencer, wife Teasley, a' niece, and a host of
Mattle S mother grandchildren. Funeral services
Spencer will be held on Saturday, June WILLIAM CURRY died June
.. George brother
24th. He Is survived by
a son,
Gilbert brother 27, at 2:30: p.m. at The Chapel
Spencer with Rev. William offi- wife Sadie, his father,
Fayson
nca
brother
Melvin ;
Spencer,
ALFRED WHYLEY ci"tingeMrs. a brother, Wesley,
who departed this life June 8, Judith L. Miles, goddaughter a sister Mrs. Annie Mae Brown,

wish to thank the members LEONA COLLINS a a niece Mrs. Linda Calhoun anda
of Bethel Temple, neighbors of The Family former Miamian who was living Cousin, Annie Roberts. Ser-
MRS. RETA DAVIS G8th Terr, and Richmond IN MEMORIAMIn In New York City vices will be Saturday at 4:30p. :
. who departed this life June 24, Heights, Fla. Also many thanks there on June 20. She passed is su- m. in the Chapel of Range.
i 1963. to the friends who donated loving memory of our dear vlved by her husband, Slater Following these services he will
l With sorrow we remember our cars, sent flowers, telegrams, husband and father, Collins three daughters Sheila be shipped to Savannah Ga.
a Our one dav and night, and letters. Thanks to MR. RALPH FLOWERSwho Dlanla for final rites and burial in
Angle and Cynthia
two
,' every ,
;
love is still sweet and tender for departed this life June 27, Mill Haven, Ga.
one everything. 1962. "Although time has sons, Lonnle and Slater Jr.,
The Whyley Family pas- all of New York City, her father
I And grows each day more sed since you left us The memory
: / bright of you will always remain Mr. Edmond Polite mother', I CARL MITCHELL of 1041
Our hearts are worn wish with us, We miss you ohl! so Mrs. Geneva Tate. an aunt, anduncle i N. W. 64th Street passed at
sadness IN MEMORIAMIn much and the sound of a voice isister Mrs. Ruby Edwards Jackson Memorial Hospital after
Beneath 'our cross we bow, that Is still" and-other relatives. Funeral a period of Illness. He has llv-
But all is joy and gladness Loving Memory Rest in peace. Semites, were .Held in the jed Here since 1925 and a was
; Where she ,la resting now Mary Flowers, wife Chapel Friday-June-6: at pell;*known Mlamlan who owned
For she has crossed the river James Flowers, son 4:00: p. m with Rev. S. A. rated Mitchell's DUllard -

.,I Her days of pain are o'er .... Christine Mims, daughter Thomas officiating Parr on N. W. 2nd. Ave.
I She dwells in peace for ever. :.. Florence Stephenson, daughter ___ ____ __ __ __n_ for many years. Survivors lnelude -
On Heaven's golden shores. .JJi14'J4'ilXTlT sr.,, 1541 NW one sister, Mrs. Iona Orr,
1st Court
James, Elnora and Grace FRANCIS passed at Jackson Shellman, Ga., as well as a
I Memorial Hospital on June 15. father Arrangements will be
,. Survivors
I are daughter, Mrs. announced.
MASTER THOMAS AUSTINJr.
Geneva Atkins three
sons, Robert
the 11-year-old son of Mrand and Jeff also
of Tall.
, IN MEMORIAM ,
Mrs. Thomas Austin Sr.
Fla., two sisters two brothers
PFC ERNEST B. MANNINGwas
accidentally drowned June 21.
r In memory of end several other relatives
, Services were held Wednes- killed June 23, 1964 In an
CARROL S BRYANT The body was shipped to the
accident while on duty in Ger
day June 24. Rev. Amos Hall
,
who departed this life June 29 Strong and Jones Funeral Home
officiated; survivors mother and many with the U.S. Army. His
; 1980. +rri In Tallahassee. Fla. where fun remains will be brought home
father, three brothers two
Earth to earth dust to dust, grandmothers, two aunts. eral services were conducted. and the arrangements will be
Calmly now the words we say, announced later. He Is survived
left behind, Mrs. LILLIAN WILLIAMS of by his mother Mrs. Lucille
CHARLES LINDSAY 814
We wait: in trust of 546 N. W. 15th Place in Florida
:t Manning a brother and sister
NW 1st Ct., died June 19. Ar-
; For the resudreotlon day. rangements,at this time,are in- City passed at the Kendall Hospital In': h w 'Mr. and Mrs. Baljean
Mrs. MUlls Symonette and 4EVANGELINE Survivors on June 16. Survivors area Smith; a sister and a brother
complete. are a
family) wife and sister i sister in Albany Georgia, anda in' law Mr. and Mrs. Jackie
dear friend Mrs. Henrietta Rolle'several aunts and uncles

JOHN E.< RUSSELL of 419 Harris .Homestead.. Funeral among them Rev. and Mrs. J.
NOTICE! services were held on Saturday Stephenson'
of Antioch Bapt.
,13th St. died June 24.
Survivors -
June 20. at the
Chapel with Church Mr.
', and Mrs. L. Smith
,
VICTORIA HIGGS wife, sisteds
Mrs are a step-son, Rev.. J. S. Blake officiating Mr. EHJa Smith and Mrs. Clara
Miamian died Thurscay a step-daughter. Arrangements Smith.
*. afternoon at the home of V. HILTON are incomplete,,
'., fcer daughter Pauline H. John who departed this life June 22

eon 935 N. W... '52 Street Ar- 1963 ,God grant that she may ? GWENDOLYN CRAWFORD.amonthold I er"..Smith' Hospital on June 20. i Oar. Classified Ad.
rangements are. incomplete. be numbered with thy saints daughter of Mr Remains were to Palmetto -
L- Range .Funeral, Home in O. Lord in glory everlasting and Mrs.- Allen-,Crawfccd.was Fla. ship 26, for
> "" charge. Phillip Hilton, t.Husband dead on arrival at James Arch- final rites end buriaL SELL'ANYTHING

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SALE FOR RENT 3-ttOOM HOUSE, newly paint I MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA.

DRIVE BY 265 K\V 59 St., CBS, fed and furnished. $16 per I SATURDAY. JUNE 27 1964 PAGE 13
total $10,000, ohly $250 ,down, STORE.> l Excellent: \ t location for wefek. 2224 NW 58th St. ,
BOS; mottth bays .tU1v t a r or dentist, iriqiure! 2oo

hohie This fe Ik Chfcatter tHdtt Nwtlorto.." 75th.. at, FURNISHED APT. with yard. I Friendship Charity will also bo swimming the public
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tent, own yoUr owtl t Home t1g1+ For Information call OX 1-2426. Is invited.
A. D rt-Iol'l, Realtor, uttes PL EFFICIENCY ana 1-bedroom Club MeetsThe Mrs. Veddell Cox, presidentMrs.
0-5533, days PL 12243.DRIVE apt. furnished or unfurnished, Frankio Dunn, report*'
Air conditioned1', stove and re- ROOM, for clean young work- erSummer i
BY 1219 NW; 31 St. neighborhood: large room, quiet Ing lady only. Share the whole Social Club Friendship Charity and ,
met at tho home of
CBS, total $9,500, only $200 adults only, house to nice person, low rent. Mds Bessie McNean with all !
down $60 month toys: all. 1210 NW 77th 'herr NE 5-5283. I
the officers present. We discuss Adventure in
Wonderful buy. Call me, A.
,
Ben-Korl, 1tea tbr. ttltfea! PL FURNISHED 1- dl'oom apt about our last social affair for
tJ-5533, days PL 1-2243. $18.50, PI 8-3001. ROOM the summer months which will
men only, $10 week, be held at the home of Mr. and Music and Dance
quiet home
available after Mon.
TOTAL $10,000, only $250 SMALL COTTAGE, $12 week, day, 1012 NW 75 St. PL 84925. Mrs. Henry Dunn home on
Thudsday, July 9, at 8 FINE ARTS
p.m.,
down and $68) month pays all. 1801 NW 44th St. rear. Adults
we'll all club
asking membersto
conditioned 2 Bed-room
Air
only, 1-bedroom apt. furnished
CBS Fla. room, carport, fireplace $15 pays all, 4721 NW 15th- HELP WANTED bring be servled a friend free, refreshmentswill and their CONSERVATORYNOW
hardwood floors tile
court. Adults only. Also 2-
roof. It's a Margate. A. Ben- bedroom home at 1824 NW 59th 2 Master barbers. Guaranteed
Korl Realtor, nite PL 0-5533, St. unfurnished $18 week. Call salary $75 or more. Dave's Bar
days PL 1-2243. 634-2891 or Wt 5-988G. ber Shop 1070 N. W. 62 nd. St. RUNNING

OPEN SUNDAY 3 to 6 .D au-I SPOTLESS furnished .rrH July IV
tiful corner CBS 591 NW 49 duplex,
St. Prime location, total $12,500, adults only, $20 a week, 1783 HUM UIGJI )C = J
NW 42nd
St. Please
call
only $350 down $83 month A. Ben-Korl Realtor first. 842 NW, 3rd Ave., Friday, and
nltes PL
all. This home
pays Ben 9-5533 Saturday, June 26 and 27.
rendition Inside, out. A. days PL 1-2243.
Korl: Realtor, days PL ""- ---
1-2243. --- -- -- POST nMI8iOO
nites PL 9-5533. 1-BEDROOM, hot and cold '
water, use of phone, settle Willie P.M.
OPEN SUNDAY, 3 to 6, 3-bed. man preferred. $10 per week Lourene :
room, 2 bath CBS, large Fla nice neighborhood, call PL 1-8905 H
room, 4815 NW 6 Ave. Only' pkins'TV

$350 down. FHA terms, no FURNISHED, clean 3-room 4.
closing costs. See It and you house, -hot water heater .
1805 Repair Shop
will buy it. A. Ben-Korl, Real.
NW 5th
court
phone G34-3177.
tor, days PL 1-2243, nites PL ytt.

9-5533.- CLEAN, FURNISHED 3-room RADIOS AND Hi-Fi'S "rAe NrNM'a Orr1.. (1

BIG LOT in Perrine betweer house, stove ahd refrigerator! ANDY UR'' FAVORITE
178 and 179 Sts. oh 103 Ave
$14 week NW "
per ,. ,358 10 St. RECORDS5001V
Zoned for business '
75x105; ft rear. FR 1-0177 or PL 1-1475. -I. NOm
e 111II DOUBLE
Priced for quick, quick sale > 22nd, ?
$1 750. contact Al Cooper, OX #.NW- ,Ave.
"
tlU.DUPI. CLEAN furnished room with Free ;pick up and'' delivery $HOOOO( ) Intnittntlonnllt
all modern conveniences. In ) I'N It.. lt quarter I final
>EX ,CBS tile bath, like quiet place, call OX 14804.ROOMS Service Calls $1.50 .'omuJ' Hatimlny
new, kitchen equipped on several I Gates open o p.m.
bus lines, close to shopping .-., Phone:.
center, landscaped, shrubbery FOR RENT. Phone
mongo trees, FHA. Commitment 6917036705 NW 26th Ave. 6349484 or 634.9672
total price $11,50T: Call In, mornings by 7:30: in
from owner, $350 .down, $67 evening after 7 p.m. -
month. Bal. Ph. 635-3446. _.
.: .. .
-- --- - --- -
NICE HOUSE, 441. NW 10th i I
Ave, ..4u)11) BIRDLAND PRESENTS

A
HOUSE, 3-bedroom,. 1% bath,
large: corner lot, carport, law ,A Four-Star Studded Attraction
Pla. room. $15,000. 2501 NW '
17th St., Phone 6313732. 1-;"I ,JIMMY RA E (You Don't Want My Love) I,

..:.Y', .
OPEN 2 to 5 p.m., ::Saturday) TANYA: BAYE (Time on my Hand "

and Sunday, 420 NW:40th SU.'I .9 THE LADDINS (Dream Boy)
Lovely CBS, Florida, room,
carport, tile roof Rarage, land- a THE PHIL HARRIS REVUE
j
scared: walled In yard. sprinkler
t !system! prim Is.$12,000 with Saturday and Sunday' June 27.28
300 down and $75 month. Life

Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave, 'PL ADMISSION SATURDAY $1.50 SUNDAY.OO
!9-4371.

Table Free For Res. Call FR 4-8105
NO CLOSING COSTS. Pretty
2-bedroom CBS, Jalousled window /
*, awnings, enclosed back 642 NW 2nd' AvenueRear LIB CITY

porch, almost new stove andre ,
fr lire ra tor. HOUR!= Is spotless ( Mary Elizabeth Hotel),
Inside and out, $9,000 with $300
down and $75 month. Life Real -- DRIVE- THEATRE
--- ----- -- -
ty, 4932!) N 7th' .AVC." 'PL 9-4371.,.' ,
Open SUndays;
22nd Ave. and PaJm Drive-in Theatre I.
EDISON SPECIALS
NO QU LIFYINQ.,, CBS:' du.. I' COMPLETELY INTEGRATED t. '
t pi ex, 2-bedrooms: each side I s I
tile roof, furniture: appliances, OPEN SUNDAY AFTERNOON
with MOO down You can' live OX 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th:, St. ,. .

rent free one mortgage. Life 510 N. W. 43rd St. NOW SHOWINGROBJN
Realty, 4932 NW_ 7th Ave. PL '
n-4371. Open Sundays; (FOR PROFESSONAL)

Swimming pool Home, cool .Screen, 2-Bath, Large

LOVELY CBS 3-bedroom and, Fla Fla. Room Garage, Carrport, FHA Flnancylnjf, ee
TOOTH, oak floors carport
.ipnllfuiceq" $350 down. $70 today and buy.

month, $11.500 total: price. Ser 530 NW 49th Street
*t News Realty I Inc., 4740 NW
", Ave. PL 4-0655. V" I Like new CBS bof., tile roof, Fla. porch, $300 down,

FHA term Lovely treet.
NO CLOSING COSTS. CB.'du',
lex.. 2-bedrooms each ;:..ia1dfl.r : Drivsbr.the following then ee Edison ,.

tile roof appliances. With;{ W;, ",_'!' 56'1 .
down) you can live rent ,free t N.. w. 4ist st. ; fwET HOODS"

as the monthlv payments arc CBS Tile roof, Fla. room, carport. FHA term CIo.
onlv $8.7! FHA terms. LlffRealtv. -
4932 NW 7 Ave. PTflTTl. faff C0t. mFalK. DImi' ."
! Open evenings and Sun- 564 N. W. 45t1i Sf.
days. := = .. &rociiu..i
= fRNMIf
CBS. Fla. room tile .
FHA. ,
down
$75 month. ,,$300 x111 .
.
uoraDi. cit.IK.-. : (
LOVELY CBS in heart of roof. No closing eo t. Nice neighborhood. = .
"Manor Park tile roof rugs
4StK Street
NW
appliances extra wide lot, priceIs 445 -
only $10,500. $250 down and CBS corner, no mw1lfm. $88 month pay all.
Ml month. Don't miss this' PLUS.lIIWIEII1 I
Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave 541 NW 49tK Street

PL 9-4371. Open Sundays and Nit aualifyinir. $78 month nay all on this CBS home. ..

evenlnfgs. Tile roof, parade. .... laU l.........

NO CLOSING COSTS 2-bed- 5101 NW 8tK Avenue DMEROBERIKW '

rooms, Florida room enclosed CBS duplex 2- YWNNEDtFOR
,
front porch garageawnings.. For the rofe *fonal man. Gorsreow .
stove and refrigerator. Price Is bedroom>> each side, double corner lot. .,..... -
*;!>500. $300 down, $77 month. arM11NIitlAt.
Life Realty 4932 NW 7 Ave. We are open all dry Saturday and Sunday .....In fIIB
PL 9-4371. Open Sundays and ......mlJIIIIIHUIIILII'mfffIlIlIC

evenings. EDISON REALTORS


GORGEOUS oak floors and CBS tile 2-bedroom roof $350; '175 N.W. 62nd 1 St. 751-2441 t

.
down, $60 month, $10,500 total .! t
PTlc*. See at News Realty, Inc' '.
/471P: JIW 7 ,Apt ,PL.X4-0665.. _

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Bunche ParkRecreation Pallbearers Grand everyone.been planned An enjoyable for all outinghas dele-

: Here Next and visitors who will be
NewsThe Lodge gates
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1964 attending this glorious affair.
summer program of the MonthThe
Metro Dade County Park and Brother Edward Williams,
Recreation Department official. annual grand lodge of general chairman, and his coworkers -
ly began Monday, June 15. All the Grand United Order of Pall- have gone all out to
areas of the playground area bearers of America Inc., will make this one of the most out-
I Sports&RecreationNewSummer were amass with children, of all meet in Miami July 15-18, 1064 standing grand lodge sessionsever
ages recreating themselves. All Pallbearers are looking held.
1 in forward to a most exciting and So see you all on July 15, at
Activities nnrtlrlnated were
session. We will be
enjoyable grand lodge conven- our opening
Schedule at TransfigurationBoat Softball: kick ball, archery, arts tion with the Lodges In the MI. looking for you, and you, and
crafts, music appreciation, stunts
I ami host Wonderful
area as
l Greynolds Golf -Ride News and tumbling, rhythms, table plans have been made for you. July 11
games and special events. Fri-
Course day's tournament results wereas IIi1 -,
Well It's almost time for the
Metropolitan Dade County'sfirst annual Moonlight Sail sponsored *. follows: Shortie girls Jacks
regulation-size golf courseat by the Church Of The Trans. tournament Renay Miller, 1st
Greynolds Park has done a figuration All tickets are out place, Marsha Williams, 2nd Attention\!! Attention
and Yvette Glover, 3rd
phenomenal 250-round average among the members of the place
daily play since it was opened church and we wait for Friday place. Shortie Boys, softball
March 13. evening July 3. William Eve, Jimmy Hodge, 1st SEE THE FABULOUS NEW
The 9-hole, par-36 regulation place, Dwight Duncon, C.
size course is operated by the Please remember, the 50'S. Davis 2nd place and Robert Lee
Metropolitan Dade County Park Dreamboat now leaves from Pier Smith, 3rd place, Junior Boys "Sunshine Homes"Now
and Recreation Department. Lo No. five, which is at, Bayfront checkers, Milton Robinson, 1st,
cated' in the southwest cornerof Park and near the Bayfront Samuel Wilson 2nd place and
the gently rolling, wooded Auditorium. There la ample Keith Miller 3rd place. Chinese
park, it may be reached through parking In the lots. The boat is checkers Keith Miller 1st place. Open For Public Display
either of Greynold's two en- scheduled to leave around 8 Milton Robinson 2nd place and
trances: West Dixie Highway Samuel Wilson 3rd place. Junior New Low Down
and 175th St., or NE 22nd Ave., p.m.All girls tetherball., Barbara Carter Payment
185th St.Fees children will be admitted 1st place, Annie R. lime 2nd ,
are $1.25 for nine holeson free with adult tickets. All place and Lorrine Evans, 3rd Open Everyday Including Sun. 2-6 p.m.
weekendsand teenagers will pay a $1.00 admission The special event was
weekdays; $1.50 on place.
These homes have everything
at the boat. new you
holidays; $2. For 18 holeson balloon Olympics and movies

weekdays, and $2.50 on week Speaking in behalf) of the I enjoyed by all. want, Mr. and Mrs.,, Home Buyer. See
ends and holidays. Summer
Transfiguration Boat-Ride Com
week's event will
This special
rates through Nov. 30, which mittee .. Mrs 'E. Rogers. Mrs Hatters them!
be a Mad Day; come
began May, 1, are 1.00' for
Doris Williams Mrs. R. Singleton Don't
out and enjoy the fun
one '''round during the week; Mrs. M. Miller and Mrs.. H Is -
forget Bunche Park Center --------- i
$1.25 on weekends and holidays;
Lucas; these ladles will spon-
$1.50 'for 18 holes during the sor an all day sale party at the the safe place to play. Location of these homes
week land $2., on weekends and home of Mrs. Marie Miller, 2400 new :
holidays. The course is open at NW 159 St., OpaIocka'this The Gardenia ClubThe
5:30: a.m., during the summer. Saturday, June 27. The publicIs Gardenia Club met at
Invited tp share in' the bestof the home of Mrs. Ella McEl- 1112 N.W. 37th Street
YWCA CENTERYWCA fish, chicken and home- murray which was on North .
'Ilshes. Miami Beach. After the devotional -

SQUARE DANCE This committee wish to remind turned service, in the the meeting hands was of i,
over
CLUB I' If,: Transfiguration all the members to please of have the the and president.new business At this was time dis-old 5221 .N.W. 5th Ave.

Adult square dancers and I your. ticket money! In to CIlrktnarles cussed.
would-be dancers are invitedto Adderly on Sunday I
come to the N. W.. Y.W.C.A. Tune 28. Among the new business, EXCLUSIVE BY
Center, 5100 NW 21st Ave., on plans were made for the picnic
2 at See you on the boat Fri. which will be the
Thursday evening, July day evening. J given on News Realty Inc.
7:45: p.m. Come dance in air con second Sunday in August. ,
dltloned comfort to the calls There were many other Interesting -

and instruction of Mr. Roy thoughts. These were 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
Royce, square dance profession. discussed by some of the mem
al. For further information first stage and should be on the bers.
war by next week this time.
call 634-2651.
(. The teens dance got of to a After the meeting, there were
YWCA TEENAGE 1CLUB' good start Friday night, we had three birthdays' to be celebrated -
about 245 In attendance. (Mrs. Terrell, Mrs. Turner.,
?W and Mrs. McElmurray.)

Girls 11.14-years may Join the weeks Tournament tournament results were for the,E. At the social hour, an even MAKE YOUR HOMELOOK
Charm Club for junior misses Sanders 1st place, F. Fletcher2nd ing of fun was enjoyed by the :
held on Mondays from 1:30-: place and E Hall 3rd place members. There were guests ..
j p.m., at the NW YWCA Center In the checker tournament. from Delray Beach, Fort Laud-
I( 5100 NW 21st Ave. Mrs. Dorothy Three man baseball, Griffin, erdale, Coconut Grove, ppa
I McCray and Miss Constance Jenkins and Percell 1st place, Locka and Miami Florida.
Davis are club leaders. The Moss, Duncan and Tobler 2nd The next meeting will ? b e MODERND&H
girls are concentrating on alf place and Dawson Wooten 3rd held at the home of Mrs. Cort- :
phases of charm, including proper place. the Paschal Richmond Heights
hair care and styles; make. Florida. This will be our last 'l
up; clothing selection; personal From the results of the first meeting, for summer.
hygiene; poise and personality; weeks activities this should bea Edna Smith, President. .. .,.,.r.'y..... ...H... .,
'how ,to sit stand and walk etc. ''good summer at the center. Helen Ward, Reporter -

Interested girls call the YWCA t. .'
Center for further information. It vt02;
634-2651. WANTED! Men
Women, all ages

YWCA BUMMER PROGRAM 'I .'.' 1 1H tt
Free placement, full or part time, steady
Summer at the NW
program' : '"* 0>, t '
YWCA Center is In its second .
week of activity; the mornings I '1.
from 9-12 noon are devoted exclusively Jobs .
'to young people in the OpenGrocery .
l 1st and 'second ""grades. After 1 NOW SPECIALIZING IN

p.m., upper elementary and
teenagers may participate. In Checkers, Cashiers, Stockmen .
an effort to meet the needs of
( the communlty-that no child Packers, Clerks, SupervisorsGUARANTEED
maybe/ denied some supervised WINDOW REPLACEMENT
recreation, the NW YWCA
1 Center offers this program to
the comunlty at, a nominal cost On the Job
Government
L4 of five cents per day per child, : Approved Training '
Mr. Hansel Higgs, a public Qualifies you in ten day ready for work i in Miami i, We'. ::ear :out.your old rusted windows
school teacher has been addedto Hialeah, Perrine, Coconut Grove, Hallandale

the. YWCA summer staff. Gould, Homestead, Hollywood, Opa-locka
For further, information, call .- 1 .. and replace them with
the Center, 634-2651. DAY
&NIGHT CLASSES -TIME PAYMENTS ,

North DadeRecreation I Apply immediately in person or phone r. :':., 'ALUMINUM: JALOUSIE or

.. ..
Center PLaza 7.8448 / ? *-

/The summer program got off '. ,
to'a good start Monday June ; AWNING WINDOWS
15, with' all supervised activities.The Market Training Inst. ,jr tf : ':"'

teen basketball e start- .- =
ed Monday, with.the Destroyers I I -.- \
defeating the i Trotters 68 to 50 GOVERNMENT AND INDUSTRY APPROVED < cv '
..
I with T. Renick hitting points Members of U. S. and Miami Chamber of Commerce I' Wedo', Alterations Repairs Painting
I, and D. Berry 20 points on the "
.
winning team The second game 'I A'

the Eagles' defeated the Skulls NW 7th Ave. at 78th St. "tY.n! .' .-Kitchen Remodeling
52 to 27 with Daniel Griffin hitting .
((14 points. ... .. "" .
The adults league got one -
game } in with, the ,All Stars defeating T S tI n ,,--:;. FHA TERMS
?
-the Eagles 49 to 45 with Don't be fooled ft Miami yon'hav "l" ,

Stanley McKain of the All Stars WARNING only ONE Cashiering School Ap- Call<<; HI 8-1119
This '
league
will scoring jun 17 for points.8 weeks with the proved by Govtt. and Chamber of. t 4269472MIAiMI
winners receiving 'trophies. Commerce. Market Training at NW 7th Ave. and'78th Street

baseball league is in its -.
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TIMES MIAMI, FLA. dl t I I 1 i h AA.._._.._ Mn__.____ _.__. being paid off? :
I A. No, he does not need VA's :.
SATURDAY JUNE 27, 1964 PAGE 16 I VETERAN'S This column is prepared consent to sell his property. If ,
weekly at the VA Office, 884 w.CORNER he wishes to be released from ..j"

Flakier Bk Miami\ for information possible liability to the Govern. I
of Veterans In tats area. ment, however, he must apply ;

Blanche Calloway ReportsTo .II''........ Dr.... n .. .. ... .. '" J1.. ........"" .. ......II'''" IT Dr...... .. .. ,.... rr.. .. ...II..II II!I'JI": to Q.VA.Does a veteran have to get f,

,
Too many veterans sell their guaranty of the loan? VA's approval of a prospective ,
01 homes and then learn they A. No, guaranty will continueIn purchaser?
The are still liable to the Govern- effect.Q. A. No. .
Community ment for any obligation due on Must proposed purchaser bea Q. If the veteran Is released
the original mortgage, C. W. veteran? form liability to the Govern-
Bojfgs. offlcer-ln-charge A. No. ment in cohnction. with the
the first lized, that even the heavens In S A 1st Miami sale of his property, can he get
At meeting at the with their I office, 61 SW Ave., Q. Can a veteran with a VA
Hague in Holland, where Mrs. sympathy Ideals and said today direct loan bo released of liability another GI loan?
principels, were crying. A. Not necessarily. Entitle
Eva Sdegel/ and I, were sent as I ?
delegates form Miami, we met The people on the street, men, series The of VA has prepared this A. Yes, he may be released of ment may be restored only if
questions and answers the veteran disposes of his home
delegates from many countries women and children were wav- liability under the same conditions
to aid
and about 8.30 p.m. the three ing and showing that they were any GI home owner con. as a veteran with a for a compelling reason and the
templating the sale of his Government is released from 11*
delegates who had been turned In accord with the march. We home guaranteed GI loan.
back the previous day joined us. marched and marched and : Q. A veteran's spouse signed ability. This ordinarily means
marched, until finally, we were Q. What steps should a veteran the note when the GI loan was that the GI loan must be paid
They had been lovingly admit- directed to go back to the bus planning to sell his GI made. Will she also be released in full.
ted along with the hundreds of ses. Mrs. Siegel and 1 home take to avoid future liability from liability? Q. Will the fact that a veteranis
other delegates. It was thrilling got on ? receiving cash, in addition to
the bus. A. Yes, If the veteran Is re-
wrong Everybody on ,
meeting because, here we were, A He call (a) see that his GI ,-----' the purchaser assuming llabllikjr
.
.
It:.US\U. to, ...... .h ir...... __.
..
many women from many coun- it was speaking German. We loan Is paid In full, either by Q. Is there any cost to the kjr IM1 U1VJ 1 can, JVttJX from
rles all working together for thought that may be the bus the purchaser paying' full cash veteran involved In obtaininga to the Government form VA
one single purpose-peace. We was going back to Germany, or by obtaining his own loan release of liability from VA? A. No.County.
had a reception after the meetIng hut we learned, they too, were or (b) allow the purchaser to A. The cost of a credit reporton veteran population
and socialized a bit so we going back to the hotel were we assume the GI loan at the same the proposed purchaser must figures updated to June, 1003* ,
could get to know one another were holding the conference and time obtaining a release of liabili be borne by the proposed pur- show that Plnellas County has
better. We American women where Mrs. Dagmar Wilson the ty to the Government on the GI chaser or the veteran. Also, the the highest number of World
had our eyes opened a little by founder of the Women for loan from both the lender who cost of recording the Assumption \\Var I veterans in the state
some of the experiences the Peace as going to speak. holds the note anrt mortgage of Liability Agreementand ((14,010)) with Dade County 'having
foreign women spoke ofsuch as I rod from the VA. Release must be paid by almost as many with ((14,
the experiences of bombs Q. What Is meant by "release the veteran of the purchaser <5f OO.> )
falling all around you, spending of liability to the Government" if recording is necessary RIGHT CHURCH WRONG PEW
years In concentration camps, SOCIAL SECURITY ? The Data Proceeding Center in
having your loved ones killed A. It means that the Govern Q. A. veteran purchased his I Chicago which handles pay-
before your very eyes, having ment will not attempt to col- ,home with a first mortgageloan ment of veteran's and depen-
property and land, as far as RRRRR RRRRRyo lect from the veteran of the Insured by FHA and a dent's checks, receives 20,000
you can see, demolished. These purchaser defaults on the loan second mortgage if he sells his changes of address each month.
women from England, Scotland, and VA pays a claim under the teed by VA. Will VA refcase Not one of these can be pro
.,' : guaranty.Q. the veteran form liabllty on the cessed by that center. The
Portugal, Greece, Denmark, h._ M. sru wrm tin vj. ovnmriMT How does a veteran go 'second mortgage If he sells his change of address notice to
Canada, Norway, Spain, Italy, about obtaining a release from home? them must come through the VA
Iceland, Ghana, Holland and Q. I do "day" work in private liability? Regional office where the vete
France. I hope I have not left homes as a maid. Must I A. He submits a written request A.Yes, If the condition for re. ran's claims file Is located.
pay lease met and the first
out but these ( special form needed are
any, women came social )
security taxes and if I VA
loan Is current.Q. .
from not only the NATO to the Regional office which mortgage
countries
do, how do know that I get Does a veteran have to Your silent salesman
but processed the loan. The
many women came credit for it? request -
from other countries, because should contain the VA get VA's consent to sell his A Classified Ad!
A. Each employer who If the GI loan is not
they were In agreement with pays loan number,. address of the property
our principal; that is, to oppose you as much as $50 in a calen I property, and the name and
the formation of a multilateral der quarter must pay social security address of the office to which
force, In other words, to on you. He's allowed by; he make payments.
stop the spread of nuclear weapons law to withhold from your I Q. Who determines whether AUTO INSURANCE"DISCOUNTS
especially to West Germany wages one-half of the tax due, I the release will be granted?
on Wednesday, May 13. and must match this with his A. The VA Regional office. FOR SAFE DRIVERS"NO
own contribution. You should The proposed purchaser will be
We met In the conference room check your social security record required to submit a financial ONE REFUSED
for a Briefing and to be once three statement and
given every years. sign an agree-
the plan for the peace march to Ask your social security office ment with respect to Income SR-22 filed immediately. Low monthly payment plan
the Princess Jullanne Zazere for Form OAR-7004. Use this !and credit.
for the ceremonial persenta- form to get a complete reporton Q. Does the release of a veteran D. GOODMAN & SON' Inc.

tion of the appeal to the NATO your social security.Q. form llabllty affect the "Jitflurnnce Real Estate, Mortgage"\

!ministers.! .. Here: was..the_plan? !; I pay my maid an. average.
to all participants in this NATO of $20 p er w ee k. UIIC'Clh. d oesn'' 2688 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1.0380
women's peace force demonstration. want social security taxes taken tt day a week. Mr. "A" Is the
out of his pay. Will It make any only one who takes out social I
difference If we don't pay social security on me, and I under- -
In order to make this action security taxes on her pay? stand why Mr. "C" does not I
the most dramatic and effec- A. Failure to pay the social Mr. "B" says that he does not
tive and to focus world atten- security taxes now could cause have to report me because I APPAREL FOR SALE"Champagne
tion on women's concern for you much trouble and inconvenience work for him only one day per
peace, The following conduct Is later. If you don't make week. Is this correct?

necessary: the returns when they are required A. Mr. "B" should also report taste, beer pocket?" Come to Grade's

1. Walk single file-obey all by law, you'll have toDay you for social security. The where you'll find like-new exclusive dresses,
traffic rules all of the tax plus penaltyand number of days you work does
Interest when your delinquency not matter as long as he pays suits, skirts, blouses, shoes all originals. $1 to $5
2. No talking-chanting or Is discovered. Your you as much as $50 In a calendar Mink, fox and other stoles and fur jackets $5 to $10.
singing. failure to pay the racial security quarter. Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen
taxes could also cause your Q. I'm a maid In a private
dresses $1. Men's Italian silk .ult'3 and $..
3. We will wear only paper maid to lose some or all of her home. My employer refuses to pure
flowers or arm bands which social security benefits. It could deduct social security taxes on Blue serge suits $5. Sports jackets '2. Pants, shoes "

will be distributed on the bus- also 'cause her familyIncluding my salary of $24. May I report $1. Shirts BOc. Also linens, drapes, bedspreads and
ses by the leaders. her young children- lose this income myself so I can get I other household items. We cater to ,the elite. Grace
because of failure credit for it?
4. When the leaders indicate money your and Mike will greet you personally.GRACE'S .
to comply with the law. A. No. you may not report
that the Is
march will
over we Q. I work as a yardman for this as self-employment in- THRIFT SHOP
return
to the busses and depart
three different people. Mr. "A" come. Your employer Is required
for our hotels.at pays me $16 each week for to file roports on your wages. 2512 NE 2nd Ave. FR 1-8372
working two days. Mr. "B" Discuss this with social
twelve thirty amidst a drizz- pays your 8
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Ing rain, many buses with forty me $9 each week for one day'swork I security office so that you can Open a.m. p.m.
five women each started toward I and Mr. "C' pays $3 for I get the credit due you.

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were Joined by nearly 750 wo- -
men from Germany, who came
by bus to partlpate, plus another What About Wigs?
100 who came In that morn- Lincoln Fields Apartments

from England, so In all we had
about 1500 women preparing to
march. Why not consult your beautician? 2045 N.W. 62nd Street

Silently, as Instructed. we .
lined up in single file each women Your beautician can give you the true
carrying a large flower with Enjoy LI Y In* in Our Cool, Clean Apartments
the word "peace" on one side story. After all who should know Offering Many Features

and a picture of a child on the
other side. The march started better than your beautician? FREE GAS

with delegates walking very 1Ww, :r"I "' J13 Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Store
The four-
slowly and solemnly.
teen delegates representing the Newly Pai.ted Venetian Blinds

fourteen NATO countries with Washing Machine Laundry ROOMS
large bouquets of flowers In
their arms marched to the entrance Jack's' MEN'S WEARSEE Free Parking Auto hot water r....r

of the Zazerne where Free Garbage Disposal Filtered water
NATO conference was meeting,
and presented them to the undersecretary "MR. JACK".OR CARETAKERS ON PREMISESWeekly
who accepted .
them quite bashfully, for the STYI..D'FOIt ALL AGES .
Dutch Minister of foreign af-
fairs. Then the march continued The Very Latest In Men's Fashions

amid many photographers SILK HATS Raftee
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cameras, X&edroom
l-bedroom $18.80 Apt.
press women, with a flower In ITALIAN SHOES $14.50 ..

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. -. the Rev. L. R. Ross will read

SATURDAY, JUNE 27, '1964 PAGE 16 J In and Around The the report Others appearingon
P Revs Aaron
.-. T the program are
Hall, who will introduce t hg
Bahamas speaker; Henry McDowell;! wijl l

Spearing '" ..r-- "," .......,.. Macon introduce, host the pastor clergy, will; W.give C.

Adellino Armbrlster and the occasion and words of welcome

Genetta Rolle were committed I and F. L. Smith will offer -
in the the invocation. Father L. L.
Supreme Court, June
: 12, to 28 in on Sands will read the Scripture.
days prison for contempt
: With Sports of court and Virginia i'9 V 4'T Music will be furnished by

v I Rolle to 21 days for obstructIng / 1 the First Baptist Church, and
the course of Justice. the ML HermOn AME
!f by
By HARRY SPEAR The contempt charge grew Church, tlev S. It.. Gay i ii Min

I out of an application by Cat- ister. Mrs. Lillie Dol srut
Island Farms Limited (ownedby sing a solo. The general'public
CHRIS DUNDEE HAS ALL-STAR BOXING SHOW AT Sir Harold Christie) as a result Is Invited to this program of
THE MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM JULY 1 of a violation of the termsof vital interest to all of the
a court injunction Issue people of the Metropolitan 'area.
Main event brings together outstanding lightweight, Chioof March 23, 1064, forbidding the "We have tried to serve the
Velez who Just defeated Len Mathews\ in his hometown Philadelphia defendants to trespass on a tact people, and now we hope the

, I versus Hemy Domlnguez, Texas State lightweight champ of land 'at Old Bight, Cat Island appreciation is ''great enough! to
L. O. Pindllng indicated his be assured of a large+ attendance -
I whose record shows 19 wins one loss one draw, and a great upset intention to appeal the decision. t. ," expressed by Rev, Ed-

win over Tony Mamarelli. His first defeat in 20 starts. The company began an, action REV W. P. SAVOY ward T. Graham, president of ..
I for trespass on the tact of land. the Alliance
This should be humdiger of a bout. ntratnst 25 ,residents of Old '' Report to< The

RAN into Lou Viscusi at the also one of the very few who Bight on Oct.22.The place was*

t I Terrell-Davis fight last week. defeated Jake Lamorta and former "family- property". People, MondayThe DANCE BAND
Lou promoted fights' In Tampa I Vince Martinez a few years ago,
and Houston. He also managed 0 ranked No. one middleweight The body of Nlcey (Nursie) Greater Miami\ Minis- Available for engngemehts .
one of the all-time greats, Willie ( In the world; Commodore Murry Martin, 24, was found by Arnold terial Alliance will hold Its second -
C. BAKER'S COMBO
J. Pep. featherweight champ; Cyrkln, former amateur boxing Ferguson about 5:20: a.m., "Report to the People" on W.
Joe Brown, featherweight champ also played baseball andbasketball. near the shore on West Bay St., Monday evening, June 29 at the Featuring Vocalist Little Clara ...
champ; Cleveland Williams ranked Milt Pappas and his on June 12. Miss Martin, who First Baptist Church in Opa- Joy
among the heavies; Cut and party from the Balmoral Hotel; lived' on Baillou Road, Nassau, locka. The time has been set .v
Shoot 'Harris who fought, Pat. Mickey Ryan, \former\ fighter went fishing with William for 8 And Manny Cruz on Sax!
p.m.
terson for the title'' and nut out of Detroit and his beautiful Thompson and Washington
merous others. There was a time wife; Ed Kemske of Daytona Spence, the previous. day in a The Rev. W. Fairfax Savoy Call 601-2557
I did Lou's publicity. He is re- Beach and 'his beautiful wife; rowboat. On their return the will deliver the sermon, and indf
': tired from boxing.:) He broughthis Marcel Memo and :party of 8 boat capsized. The men said
friend. Earl Glllam along who enjoyed the trip. they asked Martin to :cling' to
with him. Earl Is the promoterat 'Don't forget, Fall aboard' I the boat while' they swam LOOK! LOOK!
Houston, Texas, and a ,first Saturday, at 8:45: p.m., readv to ashore for help. She decided to
class one too. sail at 9 p.m. sharp from Pier swim along:( with them, but she
... (3)) at Oth St., and Biscayne disappeared when a big: wave. DOWN
SORRY to hear that Geouge: Boulevard. Dancing, games broke over them. $100
Cobb, one time announcer-' fights and what have you. Plenty -

manager, matchmaker and promoter of fun in store -for.:, all who The men notified the'polloe 3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, 2 yrs new no closing costs,
and all-night search
years ago, passed away make this trip. > an was
two weeks ago. May his sourest *** mad Ferguson discovered the but must qualify
In peace. He will be miss So you would like to managea body when he took his horse
ed by all his friends. Last time fighter? You think you havea down to t.he.sea. for a bath, ONLY $62.00 PER MONTH.A .

we all saw George was at the prospect that can make thegrade '. .
Clay-Liston fight He was from leading to fame and HAVEN FROM SLAVIN' .,'
Elizabeth, N. J. fortune? The developement of ,. ,
... a boxer can be a. mighty Alvin Strapp, 32, drowned at ._..._.:. C
Old Bight Cat Island, on June '
'" At the same time sive venture. It often runs Intorobust 12. He and his 2-year-old father I'M WAITING I'M READY
Brienza, another fight promo financial figures, not to T'heophllus' Trapp, went fora $400 Down,. '
er, passed away from the same mentions wear and tear on the fishing trip on the north side for you ., ; for,you
..1 town. May his soul rest Inpeace. nervous system. Such things as of the settlement, where their
Jimmy was well-known. gym dues and training ,equip- skiff overturned, : h,,'seas. I'M DELIGHTFUL I'M 'CHARMING
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& bv all. ment are the least of many o The older man reached shore, and brag of it too. you'll be too.
***._"_.- limes that pile UD. safely. % ..
IRVING COHEN, who While the kid is l learning the '
man- ..... 2 bedroom 1 bath, Flay, room, furnished
, aged: Rocky Graziano, former trade, his living expenses must t ....-.-..-.-....
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champ, and promoter In the be considered. He'll need spending Constable Deveaux of Chest.
I good clubs around New York, money occasionally, and if ers, Ackllns Island,' was sued '' DOWN DUPLEX!
is a visitor ,here. Saw IrvIng you think you have the merhandlse by Charles Darling for damages DUPLEX! $650.00!$
I at t} the fights last week. the boy will L not hold a for wrongful arrest and imprisonment -
r job ana We need!' for ,this' Have' tenants
trainer Will ue on your ,:and was 'fined $70 In an owner property
AI BIRNBAUM, who servedon payroll to work with him. Even the Supreme Court June 0. for each apartment,,but present' owner is,ill and can
the New York Police Force if he survives the early goings
', is security officer at the Be it Is often'''more than a year before After a fight at Chesters on, .not take care of renting. One apartment takes care
AIre apts. Al is the brother of he progresses to the stage April 29, last year, Darling decided of MTG. Payment.. Other Apt. Free and clear for
Leon BIrnbaum, who, in hIs where he earns enough to becomes to go to Nassau to com you. 'See Today. >
younger days, fought under selfsupporting.By plain. The next day as' he rowed .
the name of Bobby Dawson, that time invest out to ,a ship to make the 9:00 6:00
Ito
now one of the oldest Judges on ment has ,assumed managers consIder- trip, Deveaux, overtook.hlm in We are open a.m. p.m.
the New York Boxing Commis able' proportions. There isn't his motorboat. towed him,,backto
sion. Al makes his home on the much In the of land and told him not to TRIO REALTY PL 9.8372
beach. way monetary leave his house for two.days,
rewards for a beginner. In New N.W.,54St. 6912868
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after which Deveaux took Darling
York
for Instance, the usualpay
RONNIE ASHER, who fought at the small club for In his motorboat to Long ,..
around these not a pre Cay to "tell it" to the ..
parts so long 'luminary boy range' from $50 acting .-. -
ago, is making great progress. for a four rounder to tops $100 commissioner. Darling took over .. .
.. This boy I said, needs watch- for a sixer. If the kid wouldgo from there. .11-: J "
ing. Well, so far' my words .
to post every week itwouldn't y ONLY $65 MONTH ,
'have .
I'' come true. Ronnie has :
be too problem
.:' been fighting out-of-town since touch a Nassau had its heaviest and %r'
he left Florida. In his last two but operate he hardlv that often.could expect to most damaging rainfall in Q Income-beautiful CBS, corner, fenced gorgeous lutd.caping. > -
starts he KO'D One bout years on June 8. Between 3-5:30: bedroom
; Tommy DenuccIof every three or four weeks .. .. Owner can occupy the main 2'
almost G-Inches of rain
p.m. felv
was New Tommy's York,first in defeat three. In This 19 would be closer to the normal electrical and telephone- 'cables, house, the 2 efficiency apts will rent'' for $65 each.

starts. He also KOD Randy Tur pace.and Meanwhile other living, training were damaged and traffic was This is a real buy if 'you have a few' thousand dollars ,.

ner of Dayton, Ohio, in the first along, and expenses more often keep'roJUng A reduced barrel almost floated to down a standstill-Bay .St., to invest. 1390 NW 37th Stl ean'UI.i Do'no t; disturb .
round. It was Asher's! 15th win "
than not, it Is 'an Investment
it. In,, 18. starts He received a tro- that never off. In 2-foot deep water tennants.
f pay for being the middleweight pays ..... / --- .
champ of Southern Ohio. Seen In gyms these days area I .I
... few veteran boxers hopeful himself by turning the hands $400 DOWN

BUCK CANEL, Gillette Cavalcade of making a comeback., Whether of the clock back. Yet* when
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,of Sports this is fod personal,glory or for you check the recbrds you'll bedroom CBS.j, No qualifying, only; $77 month, a .
Spanish since '1926, is visiting the few, dollars they I,can get find that very few. "good ones"some inside
here. Buck, Is well-known ,out of,It; they ignore the rule ,( tex- ha.mplons)) had sense well built homeland has been newly; painted
around sports.. of the way of.all flesh. enough to 'get out of the business and outside. Floors completelr.pewfmodern/ awning

.**._-: \L Boxing perhaps the.hardest andemnin'peaceCullv' In-. windows, ideal for 'couplej Or, small family.
tirement*
LITTLE" RIVER "RESULTS: ol all sports and where the go- ,
Jedry Powers, Miami lightweight Ing it toughest of all, Is on the --V .
.' gained a six-round de- comeback trail. It is a very old f '
cision over George Sawyer in story about the veteran who *" Attention CBS, DUPLEX "
l the feature bout: at the Little stubbornly refused to admit \ ,
River Auditorium this defeat by Father Time p"r. Home OwnersFor
week. until the truth is With' extra :o"er' lot, beautiful 2 story, built by
In four-rounders painfully -
Shoch outpointed Bobby, Charley Dur- hammered In him. The mind ? quality building owner. ,Lot"alone is worth 4000.. Drive by and. see

den. Sugar Jones won from C. stays youthful even though' additions and remodelingPL 3723 Nol W. 11th'' Are.
J. -Thomas, (Mad Dog) John- elasticity has deserted the mus #0 .
son drew with Willie Thomas cles. The ego still asserts superIority 4-0655 '
and Skeeter McCrea beat Char despite the enevitnWe f '\ -
ley, Jordan. lowering of endurance power NO DOWN" PAYMENTFrom ..* ... JP 9 3 ,bedroom. 2 baths,-,-CBS custom built home. Des, .

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