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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 4, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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41at YEAR, No. 44 MIAIMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1964 16 PAGES 10 CENTS t''


St. Augustine Agreesto President Makes Eloquent Appeal5POINTjPROGRAM (

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,. Talks-Finally TO. ,!


After a month of racial
strife, a truce was declared
Wednesday In the ancient cityof IMPLEMENT'BILL ASKEDThe
St. Augustine: and Dr. Mar
tin Luther King said that the

next Alabama.targets may be cities of Civil Rights Dill Is now LeRoy Collins to

law President Lyndon Johneon
While n secret: biracial com-
mittee is trying: to find a com signed the bill Thursday as a Head Civil Rights
mon ground on which to settle nationwide television audience
the' St. Augustine dispute, Both heard the chief executive makea

sides have agreed to a truce. strong and eloquent appeal Group

Negro organizations will take to Americans to end divisions Florida's Senators George:

"massive direct action" In some that have lasted too long. Smathers and Spessard 1101-
Southern cities which fail to
comply with terms of the civil Only five hours before, the land are said to be hoping that

rights bill, King told a news House had passed by n 289 to appointment of former Florida \
conference. 120 Gov., LeRoy Collins to head a
King paid the Alabama) cities vote. federal civil rights community

'being considered at presentfor In an impressive White House relations service will mark a
demonstrations are Montgomery trend toward "conciliatory". enforcement -
Gets the President
Bethune $100,000 ceremony, announced -
Tuscaloosa, Gadsden, of the'' bill In the i
Birmlneham and Selma. ai five-point programto South I

'DAYTONA BEACH, Fla,-At I building 'program is $2,260,000. Dr King told his followers' In Implement the 11111.
.St. Augustine at a rally: The bill was signed by President -
the Central Jurisdictional Con J Dr. Gross announced that during "The 'Purpose of our direct He urged all Americans to Johnson' Thursday, and it
ference, Dr. ''John O, Gross Gen the past twenty-five years, action was to create a crisis, "join in this effort to bring is likely that Collins and the
eral Secretary of the Divisionof or since the union of the three la tension, to bring our case justice and hope to all of our business and civic leaders advisory -
Higher Education of the branches of Methodism, the to- ,out In the open so that they people and peace to ourland" board v may be named
Board of Education of the assets of the eleven Negro colleges 'would talk to us about It," he l immediately,
have : from $7,810, .said "Now they have agreed to
Methodist Church presented to grown do And then closing, he said: Apparently Collins beat Mis-
Dr. Richard V. Moore Presi- 115 to 37740241. that. "My fellow citizens. We have slsslppl i former Gov. J, P. Coleman f

dent of Bethune-Cookman come to a time ,of testing. We ,for the post ,.j,
College, a check for $100,000. must not fall. Collins now earns $75,000 a, '.
TMls was In fulfillment of a as president of the Nativpnal -
pledge made by the givento SEGREGATION CAUSES "Let us close the springs of i Association of Broadcasters. -

Higher Education to racial poison. Let us'pray 'for .. He will have. to take a
Bethune-Cookman College $100 wise and understanding hearts. cut of $50,000,( ( ( to accept .gbv- I
Let aside irrelevant dif .
us lay '
000 toward a $500,000 goal. The YOUTH HALL CROWDING ernment service
raised $400,000. The I ferences ana make our nation
college
$500,000 was used for the cur- whole. Let us hasten that day i While some Southern political -
when our unmeasured strength leaders feel that Collins
rent expansion program, which County Manager< Irving Me- "You'll have to ask judge to
and unbounded spirit will others
our might be conciliatory
,
Included the remodeling erection of the of Nayr said Tuesday that a policy (W.R.) Culbreath, McNavr re be free to do the great 'works Relieve he might be ''too lib-

college chapel, the and of racial segregation Is one plied. ordained for this nation by the ral. They agree to wait and
the president's residence 12 I for frequent overcrowding "It's been my 'recommendation just and wise God who Is t 'h e 4ee how the civil rights bill Is
of the new reason
erection
the I that this not continue," he Father of us all. ''JoinR to ,be enforced
rooms classroom building, now of Youth Hall.
under construction. The fulfill !
said.The
enables the I "At times when we have
ment of this pledge segregation policy was
college to construct the Indicated Negro youths sleeping on the disclosed by McNayr as he
buildings debt-free. floor there is space available urged the commission not to
I in the white section," McNayr : allocate an arbitrary $200,000
This grant comes from World told the Metro Commission Ina I for expansion of facilities at
Service Capital Fund, an amount I discussion of the facility of Youth Hall.
set aside by the church ns challenge I the detention."I .
money for Negro schools. The motion for .the grant,
So far $153,794 has been expended thought we had a com made by Commissioner Joe
five integrated policy," said Boyd and seconded by Mayor +
for the quadrennium on R ., ', F
projects. The total cost of these Mayor Chuck Hall. "Why?" Hall, was finally tabled. + ,,FYF'

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$4 Million in First Year



Exhibit I Beginning Friday, July '3, Roosevelt Savings' anniver-
A "Freedom I!the gallery :will be open to the I sary fittingly falls at the beginning
in the community room
I public '
of "Freedom in
Unveiled at Roosevelt of Roosevelt Savings, during I,Miamiofficially designatedby Week ::.i
business hours
Roosevelt's
t II the
issued 4
a proclamation by
Punch
l Roosevelt Savings and Loan throughout the week. Miami' Mayor Robert King
and "freedom cookies" will be
Association;* first fully inte- High. Roosevelt's Board Chair
f : served to visitors In honor of I
state-chartered savings man John B. Orr Jr., stated that
grated the Roosevelt's first birthday.
:the made by the Institution
Institution In the South, will progress In Its first is I
.. Inspectiona The "Freedom Exhibit" is year av y 'lr
present for public virtually double the projectionsmade ? ,,4 4'
comprehensive and unique thought to be the only displayof ," i
Its kind In the country. at the time of its launch
"Freedom Exhibit" as a partof
ing with assets now exceeding
Its first anniversary obser- Work on It was begun short- $.l million.

vance. ly after the founding of Roosevelt ,
The exhibit consists of a gal- Savings on July 4 of last Elmer A. Ward, president,
and the pictures were pointed out that Roosevelt
hundred photo- year
lery of nearly a '
Savings has paid out $83,000 In
graphs, portraits and engravings -: assembled ,by painstaking research ,
of outstanding figures In. and requests to, numerous dividends to its 2,400 savings
the crusad'. for civil liberties sources, including the 'Library account owners during the
and social'Justice. It Includes of Congress, various publishers year.

leaders of both races, from schools and universities Other officers and directorsare _.m.
Crispin Attucks and Nat. Turner and even to individuals, Frank M. Buchanan, vice "Because you've been .0''nice'to Josephine Brooks, 1431 NW 71.St.
In colonial times to President manyof whom responded with .. oft<
chairman of the board and me", said Michael Pluggi. ; with hamllettored
Johnson and- Roy' Wilkins-. autographed portraits.: chairman of the executive com- noted artist and sculptor, "I'dUte former President ,Kennedy. ,.IIVL t
In. ,the present. ''The collection1\ was assembledby mittee; Paul R. Forand, execu- you to have these!" augural Address. '" M

1 Personalities in the galleryare Dana Dorsey: Chapman, sec tive vice president; Irving
drawn.from,such diverse retary of Roosevelt' Savings; Klpnis, vice president; Jesse Confined At Cedars of Lebanon Pluggl defined the*golo illuminated
fields as government, education assisted by Juanita Thompson, Casselhoff, treasurer; Charles ''Hospital, he presented scroll in three colon!\ ,l
rellgl9B.-6e1eDce..J1t.erature.. assistant secretary :* M, R. Hadley, Kenneth Trelster! Nurses Mrs. Georglna Ford (L) and included photos of Kennedy!
arts and national"defense. Athalle Range, a di irec!:..; Dr. W. Stanley Welnkle. 1544 NW 50th St., and Mrs. I and his ,:daughter,,,.Cat+olytt: ., i





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TIMES MIAMI, FLA. r-v _j Classroom Teachers Name


PAGE 2 SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1964
Negro As PresidentNormal

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: SEATTLEMash The department -
Industrial Institute un of classroom teachersof
der the late Dr. Mary McLeod the National Education Association
Bethune and Florida A. and M. Monday elected Its
College. She was graduatedwith first Negro president amid increasing -
M the Bachelor of Science demands from NEA
Degree from Hampton Instituteof delegates for complete Integra
Hampton, Virginia. She later tion within its Southern ranks.
o- attended South Carolina State Mrs. Elizabeth F. Koontz. Sa
College, Columbia University's lisbury, N.C., cautioned preced
1 School of Library Science, ing her election that the NEA
CHARLES HIGGIN8 (brotherof MISS IZOR KELLY, daughter/: I New York University, Syracuse should not set specific deadlines -
Ruby) is ill at Jackson Me- of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kelly, University, and the Universityof for achieving Integrationof
morial Hospital. 328 N. W. 10th St. has returned Miami. affiliates in 11 southern
after spending' a week in Talla- I I Mrs. Williams' teaching career states.
AND COMMUNITY DRUG'S hassee visiting relatives Mr. has included five years of "A n y such 'deadlines' must
cashier, Katleen Cooper, under- and Mrs. George Brown and teaching at Douglas Elementary be flexible," she said. "And we
went surgery at Mt. Sdnai Hos- family. She reports a very School which included one yearas must work for full merging of
pital on Wednesday morning. pleasant stay.JOYCELYN. principal of that school. She white and Negro teacher groups,
has also taught at Phyllis "
OUR SYMPATHY to MR n n d : BURROUGHS Is Wheatley Elementary, Liberty not just desegregation.

Mrs. Marion Robinson of 1420 off to Washington, D.C., where E3DIA :McBride WILLIAMS City Primary School, Holmes Mrs.the Koontz reins of 45,the1820000.
over
N.W. 4th Court on the death of she is visiting son Roland and Elementary, and Booker T. classroom
member
their young son. family. APTEIt 40 YEARS Washington School. department of -
teachers in 1065. The de-
HENRY and JEWEL YOUNG AND TO DETROIT, MICHIGAN, Teacher She is a member of St. James in
Phi Delta
A.M.E. Church and NBAiscomprising02nipe
their and I :
climbed into Mustang the
for a couple of weeks change of
headed toward Selma, Alabama, : scenery and pace have gone i Kappa Sorority Mrs. Williams cent of its membership.The .
has
given many years of dedicated -
home. NEA's 102nd annual
Jewel's former con
Florle Woodard and Gloria
service to the YWCA
I Green. RetiresMrs. I vention opened here Sundayand
HELEN WEEMS and (SUSAN and served the Miami Branch : will conclude Friday.
Woodside of New York City ; FOLLOWING the WEDDINGand in its very early beginning. She Mrs. Koontz is a teacher of
have returned to their homes gala reception on Wednes- Emma McBride Williams, also rendered service in com- Price Junior High School in
after being in Miami to attend day last, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Librarian and Materials Specialist munity activities. Salisbury.
the funeral of their mother and (Gwendolyn) Julius are honey- at the Miami Northwestern Mrs. Williams has been affectionately -
to visit .an ailing father. mooning' in Detroit. Senior High School was admired b v her
honored upon her retirement at students through tout the
CONGRATUIATtONRfoROYDunnell OUR SINCERE SYMPATHYto Northwestern's 19G-1 Commen- I years. She would like to thank Attention
and his new bride, the the Higgs' family: in the loss cement Exercises at the Dade the Miami Northwestern Faculty -
:former Carolyn Knox. of their mother. Helen Hlggs- County Auditorium on Monday, Mr. S. O. Cohen. Princi- Home Owners

LINKS RETURNING FROM Holston of Hampton, Viginia, I is June 8. Mrs. Williams was also pal, and the 1961 Senior Class Per quality building
'Nassau have been loud in their in the city to attend the funeralof honored by the Dade County for the homage recently paid
of their first assembly her mother. Coming from Board of public Instruction at her.In addition and remodeling'
held praise Buffalo to attend the funeral are a reception i n the auditoriumof exnresslng her appreciation -'
out of the country. We are PL 4-0655
proud of our local chapter and Rudolph and Kenneth Higgs, the Lindsey Hopkins Building to all who have sent congratulations -
its president, Lugusta Colston. brothers of the deceased. for having given tot he and felicitations NO DOWN PAYMENT
Mrs. !
Williams
training and guidance of hundreds summed It' up
DID !MY HEART GOOD TO MIAMI LOST a WELL-known of boys and girls in Dade thusly: I From $5 per week
learn of the eight eleventh graders man-about-town this week with County.Mrs. "Beoausp vou've been so nice FHA OR BANK TERMSFla.
being trained in proceduresat the death of Carl Mitchell. I wish I knew some way
T. B. Association. INDEED SORRY TO HEAR Williams i is a native of To Jet you know the gratitude
that Everette Ingraham's mother Daytona Beach Florida. She is That rroes to you today" Room Kitchens
WHILE FEELING PROUD, is hospitalized< the wife of the late Mr. H. D. "That's why I hope this Bedrooms Bathrooms
let's not forget Elizabeth D. Williams and the daughter of message Carp.rt.s Garages
Koontz of Salisbury, North Carolina OUR EDITOR Henry Reeves the late Rev. and Mrs. I. S. Will show at leapt:: in part
who was elected in Seat- and grandson, Russ Jollivette McBride. Her father gave many The real appreciation Awnings Fences
tle to the highest post ever held spent a few days in Wash- years off his life to the minis- I feel within my hart."
by a Negro in the National Education ington where Mr. Reeves attended try In the A. M E Church Mrs Williams would like to Newt Realty, Inc.
Association< Mrs. Koontz, a state !dinner at the White This ministry took Mrs. Williams dedlra: the following excerpts' (BUILDERS DIVISION)
unopposed, was named presi House, then moved on to New throughout Southeast and from her collection! of "What
dent-elect of the 820,000-mem- York for a few days at the Central Florda traveling with Is A Wormn" and "What Is A 4740 NW 7th Ave.
ber Department of Classroom World's Fair. her father during her early Man" fr) ."11 the graduating sen _; XNDl''
Teachers. years. : iors of 106-1.

CLEO L. BROXTON of Opn ,., ....._...___... ________.
VENEKA STIRRUP-GIBSON Locka should be home from trw._LQ T+i LSd a laz-JrY-;taTdd:.r....:.r aiY nr._"4 i3___.. ..toL.Q.4"" 4. -T..-.-...iI'4-4-4-- -_II.44JU- ArLd.+t.
society editor for The Flash, is Baptist Hospital by the time i
attending summer school in this is read.ADRIA .

New York City. HARRISON Is having: 41'

HAZEL DAVIS in nt CEDARSof her first camp experience this '"}
Lebanon Hospital after an summer in upper New York al V
auto accident. State. \

ROWENA WILLIAMS and GEORGE DUNN and throe TL
daughter' Brenda, .are accom- sons are visiting relatives i In
panying her sister. Verbena Wil New York between taking in the

liams[ to Washington for the remainder sights of the city. t.'l:
of the summer .
AT TilE recent meeting: of the rs ,.., .
BERNICE MARTIN has for- ;:
Florida Association of Women'sClub IIL ....._
saken the hot weather in Miami _'JI.",,_>.y.
for the cool of Tyrmingham, in Fort Pierce, three Mi- 1kyM. "c.v.J" <:;)

Mass. amians were elected to office. ... .. ...... :; 0 (
Mrs. Wilhelmena '. 'W
MAGGIE LAMBERT has as Sands, secretary <
house guest, Ann Broomes of I Mrs. Esther Scott, coun-

East Chicago, Indiana. selor young adult department,

MRS. HESTER GRAY return.ed and Mrs. Annette McNeal, audi- GOT THE NEW-CAR
last week from Seattle, tor. Mrs. Dana Chapman was FEVER?

Washington, where one of the featured speakers on
two months with her daughter, .
Mrs. Sybllene Rodriguez.MR I the program.'So We've
SORRY to hear that Louise got the cure!
and MRS. OSCAR LAWRENCE
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Bogle had to be taken to Cedarsof I
and their two daughters
Lebanon Hospital. HusbandEd A low-cost
motored to Bainbridge, Georgia, easy-payment car loan from
is in
flying from Californiato
last week, and are visiting relatives her bedside. Lincoln National
and friends.
Continued on page 5
A grand and glorious Fourthto

each one of you. . . 1. Shop around for the car you want.
3 'Bring us the make, model aid price
MR. and MRS. EDWIN A.
Best Method to Sell! '
SCAVELLA celebrated their 2. We will okay your loan quickly
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45th 20,Wedding 1064. AnniversaryJune -A classified ad! and with no red tape. Our loan

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Florida Advance 3. Interest can be as low as 4>/% on

a new car, and payments. for as
Training WorkshopAT
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., teller. Just come In and payments possible. We also make

ask for me, and I'll be loans used
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glad to help "
you. old.
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JULY -17th, 1964No t', LINCOLN
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Beautician or Cosmetology':Teacher should miss

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For information write
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.
Links Close 14th Nat'lAssembly
I PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1964



In Nassau LABOR BOARD STRIPSDISCRIMINATING

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Largest ConventionIn Links everywehre pledged Stafford Sands, Minister for
Island laid out Its 'pink carpet' finance and tourism and the UNIONBreaking
their commitments: to express lion John L. Barnard American -
Links HistoryThe In their beliefs Links the Ba-
materially Consul General to historic the
ground, separate locals for white and
everywhere pledged to the hama Islands. National Labor Relations Board
Negro members at the
Greater Miami chapter of NAACP' Legal Defense Fund Hughes
Links, Inc., graciously hosted $75,000 over a three pear On Friday, Sir Stafford Sands found a union guilty of racial Toll company In Houston, Tex.
discrimination
the! 14th National and Sir Roland Symonette were Thursdar and
Assembly of period. The case Involved the
stripped !it of its certification. com-
hosts to Links and their
Links Inc. Not only was this a work- guestsat plaint of a 'member of the Ne
The Miami chapter, under the Ing assembly, but a time for a cocktail party at the homeof in a boars opinion wltn pos- gro local whose application for
leadership of Mrs. Sir Stafford Sands. sible national Impact the major!
Nathaniel socializing as well. The tropical an apprenticeship available only
(Lugusta) Colston, Initiated a llland laid out its 'pink carpet'to Other social activities included ty decision said whenever a to white members was rejectedby
first for Links the union causes discrimination the union.
Uy hosting links and their guests.At I a cocktail party around the
convention out of the Conti- 1 Uased on race it has committedan
the opening luncheon on pool and patio of the Nassau The five-member ,board's decision
nental United States The outer Thursday, Links were greetedby Beach Hotel; a Bahamian style unfair labor practice. to revoke certification on
limits of the convention set no His Excellency, Sir. Ralph supper; a trip to the famous
bounds The action the first of Its grounds of Illegal coercion was :'
on attendance. Nassau, Grey, the governor of the Ba- Cat and Fiddle Night Club; a I
the Isle of the Pink Pearl lured kind by the (NLRB) was againstthe unanimous, although two members
hama Islands; the Hon Sir. banquet and the closing heri- Independent Metal Workers limited
gave more reasons
the largest assembly In the his ';
tory of Links I Roland Symonette, Premier; Sir tage breakfast.LIBCITY Union which maintained for their finding. I

"Links In An Era of Dynamic --
Dimension" was the theme. Na
tional President, Vivian Beamon

structured bly based on a meaningful the*powerful assem chal ffIJHV p&!g .4 K&Wkt&tC
lenges of our time and the profound
problems which cry out
for solutions.

Links were challenged' to become DRIVE THEATRE
the recipients of our constantly
exploding' new knowledgeand
to find In It new techniqueswith 22nd Ave. and Palm Drive-in Theatres
which to solve old pro-
blems. Members were urged to COMPLETELY INTEGRATEDOX
fill the for the
deprived gap and the educationally culturally 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.

dlsalvantagement. Each was
NOW SHOWING
made to realize that Links
must be concerned with' national I
trends and seek to render
national service to these goals a CI8 De8 1

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Lawrence BethelCommissioned l
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Lawrence L. Bethel Jr., son
of Mrs. Emerald Roberson of
1822 NW GO St. Miami and Mr.
Lawrence L. Bethel Sr., of 1088 poiiaet kE'I ooDrF. Rt't
NW 52 St. Miami, Fla., has been ,
commissioned a Second Lieu- -
tenant In the United States F.BaRB N ii4wiuSiM I)
Air Force upon ''graduation from
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Officer Training School. Lt. Ag11 1rIgiG 110N G0 pID I
Bethel was selected for the irlfD01.IKI 1:1iQ :

petitive training examinations course through with other com- 'YOU CAN BORROW MONEYATANY: BAND-

college graduates. He Is being PLUS IF YOU CAN PROVE YOU DON t NEED !I./
reassigned to Amarlllo AFB ,
CpN"'lkrAL FE raQerA.-. .
Tex., for training as a military
procurement officer. L L W IA
The Lt. a graduate of North- I f
western Senior High School .rt 1i11tf31rwayYYONYE
holds a B.A. degree from Oramb-
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY:, JULY 4, 1964 Independence Day [I'
I Urban League to List
"We hold these truths to be ;
self-evident, that all men are I
created 'equal, that they are en- (,
their Creator with All Available
dowed by 14WiJL certain unalienable rights that
among these are Life, Liberty,
and the pursuit of Happiness." local Urban League, in the Negro public the most recent *
H. B. SIGI8 fUND REEVES, Editor and-Publisher its attempt to croate free occupancy list of Federal Housing
Thomas Jefterson contributed in the Miami commu-
Administration foreclosures.
For
GARTH C. REEVES. Managing: Editor these famous words to the nity, and operating on the belief further information, contact Mr.

Member of the National Newspapers Publisher A socUUoSITHSCRIPTION Declaration, of Independence, that every family shouldbe T. Willard Fair, FR 1-6470.
our statement of freedom from allowed to select its shelterin
RATES the mother country, England. accord with its needs, interests The Greater Miami Urban
ONE! YEAR $L00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 The Declaration was adopted by and ability to pay and League, a 21 year old professional -
the Continental Congress on should not be limited in its bid social work agency giv-
Entered M Second Claas Matter, August 9, 10T at the Port Officr July 4, 1776, and the great bell into a total Negro housing supply ing full time attention to the
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1676 In the Old State House (now ; in order to achieve that economic and social welfare of
Independence Hall) In Philadelphia goal, has and will have in its the Negro, Is located at 395 N 1st
Downt rn Oftloet lilt N.W. 3rd Arcane Phone FR 8-2236 rang out the news to the possession for dissemination to St., Suite 210

:Main Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1-0421


DINNER AT THE WHITE HOUSEYe Sphinx Goes Into Backache Pains

Editor again had the pleasure of travelling with' his Summer ReccessThe Getting Up Nights

grandson, Russ Jolliv tte. This young man is maturing. Bladder Irritation

He is a graduate of the Curley High School and will en- Sphinx Civic reccessedfor I "7-20" is a mild effective Dlu- 1.00
ter George Washington University, Washington, D. C., the summer on Tuesday, hetic to the kidneys. This ethic *
during the next term. June 16, 1961, at the home of prescription-like formula Sl'cal ze
Mr. and Mrs. Junious Fortson, relieves pain of backache. Bug
We left Miami on June 27> by National Airlines, arriv-, 1440 NW 59th St., with Mr. Lee ccssfiilly used by thousand/
ing in Washington at 5:15 p.m. Mrs. Charles Wars, my Afford being Installed as a Get a bottle now. 69 4

niece, with whom we were living, Wlas at the airport to member.Mr. TABLETS A Super Value

greet us. Herman Blackshear, a

Ye Editor's mission to the ,' in 20 year member of the Sphinx, Rexall
capital city was response recomended Mr. Afford as his Tropical Pharmacy
to an invitation from President and :Mrs. Lyndon John- first condldate.- 3206 Grand Avenue ((Opposite Food Fiar)
son on thlo occasion of the visit of His Excellency the President COCONUT GROVE
On this last meeting of the
of the Republic of Costa,Rica and, Mrs. Orlidh.' 64 session, the membership entertained .

As anticipated, this dinner was all that could be desir- their wives, andguests
ed. The honored guests 'welcomed with Serenadeby with Mrs. Fortson being
were
a the ever gracious hostess that Second Tour to New York World's Fair
the Marine Band. The
strolling strings and the 16- she always Is when ever the
piece Lester, Lanin Orchestra delighted the 186 guests Sphinx meet at 'her home. In New York CityJul

with music, throughout the evening. The wives and guests were 2!) Sven nights hotel lodging six days admission to
Preceding dinner in the ballroom, guests lined up and royally entertained while the Fair, with transportation to and from hotel to Fair daily.
On return trip, group will visit grave of the late President
received greetings from the two presidents and their wives. membership convened, and the
annual disbursements were made John Fitzgerald; Kennedy' Copt $128.50. -
At dinner President Johnson made the official wel- to their different charities. 18 day Educational Tour to the East, Canada, and Midwest
come and;' President Orlich replied. -Two; days at World's Fair with admission paid and trans
The President, Mr. Alexander porlatlon from hotel to Fair. Tour leaves July 15 from Savannah
Dancing was enjoyed in the ballroom and the roof
on Brooks, gave praise and Georgia. Three semester hours credit: toward renewal
garden. i thanks to the membership fora of teaching certificates -: Costs $195.00.
0
Ye Editor was. rat table 17 ((10 to a table) At our table Job well done. 1St! day Educational. Tour to the Far West, Old Mexico, Los
was the well-known 'Eviangelist Billy Grah'am.' Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Angeles and Han Francisco, Calif. Seven nights and six days
for those who want to remain in Los Angeles, Calif. Threesemester
'Mrs. Fred Reeves, my, sister-in-law, was at table nine. R.C. Coleman, Mr and Mrs. hours credit toward the renewal of teaching certificates -
Among :those, at their table' were Senator ,Hubert Hum Herman Blackshear, Mr. and and 'is a part of the tour. Cost 16950.
Junious Fortson. Mr
Mrs.
phrey, former; Vice-Pfresident. Henry 'Wallace and Jimmie Mrs. John McFad'gon' Mr., and For Further information contact
YMCA: Adult Program Travel Club
Dunante. Mrs. Albert Johnson, Mr. and
714 West Broad Street
President Johnson gave resident Orlich an authentic Mrs. Lee ''Afford, Mr. James Savannah, Georgia

Western Saddle, and Mrs., Johnson presented a silver Brooks.McFadgon Mr., and Mr. Mrs.'Alexander James Phones AD 3-1051 or AD 3-0103' Julyll

necklace in a squash blossom motif by a New Mexico Smith. (guest of Fortson); Mrs.

Zuni Indian, to Mrs. Orlich. Mattlel L. Squire, Mrs. Ethel
Following, the dinner we; visited the .followings' placesof Gavin, Mrs. Altamease Powell An; Independent Analytical And

interest: The Franciscan Monastery, Memorial Churchof The membership convenes
the Holy Land, 1400 'QuincY'St. N; B.,; '''Shrine of the again In the month of September Comparative Study of The

Immaculate Conception, Michigan Ave. and 4th St. Lin- when vacations are over.
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coln Memorial and the Catholic University of America. Onward.. for 65. CENTRAL LIFE' INSURANCE

During the ,evening we enjoyed interesting pictures '

shown and sleep.by niece ,Edith, followed by a ''much-needed rest Kills Wife; ShootsBoyfriend COMPANY OF FLORIDAwith

; Tries
NOTE BOOKOn the 25 largest insurance concerns in the United

Sunday morning Russ attended Mass at the St. Suicide # States. These 25 companies have an average of 97

Gabriel's Roman ''Catholic Church while Ye Editor' accompanied An apparent love triangle re years of life insurance experience, own 78% of the
niece'Edith Wars to 'St. Paul's' Rock Creek suIted' In the death of a wo- invested asset of all life insurance in force, a favorable -
man and wounding of two Miami comparison of the financial
Episcopal Church, the Rev E. ,Pinkney,Wroth Jr., rectorSt. men Thursday morning: Police methods is structure and operational -
Paul Is the oldest church In 'the' ,District of Colum said this is what happened: certainly indicative of good general

bia. It was establfshejl in 1719. There are! beautiful Twenty-three-year-old Oliver management and financial I stability

spruce and _other trees on the )awn. On the spacious Lee Johnson broke Into his Basic Significant Factors of January 1, 1964, Derived!
grounds is the Rock Greek Cemetery. apartment. They had been sep From The Annual Statementsa
arated for a month. Police said

Monday was another busy day. Brother: Fred took Johnson Neal Frederick found Adams another, wit man h, ( ) Assets SOLVENCY for each: $100 of liabilities an of January 1, 19&

over. Our itinerary included a visit to Arlington Cerate his wife. Police said Johnson Average 25: largest life insurance companies $107.00
tery and the grave of our'late President John F. Ken- shot his wife, Edith, dead and Central Life Insurance Company of Florida 114.02
nedy. There were hundreds of visitors viewing the grave wounded her friend. Then, police (b) 'SURPLUS FUNI. P...r $100 of Life Rt'sf'I'vf'iIvf'raJrf' :
said, Johnson turned the ,
\
with the eternal torch. 25 lart"e life! Insurance companies = $9.11
on himself, "
gun Inflicting
Central Life Inmirrnc _
Company of Florida 15.99
Went to Mt. Vernon, the home of George Wa'hington.' wounds In the stomach and (c) LIQUIDITY:

On that tour the lines 'were sto long and the sun sol hot, arm.telephoned Police them said Johnson then Att. In Cash, Uarw and Stocks for each $100 Liabili
ties.Averacre
that Yle Editor's legs felt like giving away, but he just Adams Is In critical condition 25 I"."..,.--. fife Insurance
could not: allow them to do that. in Jackson Hospital. Johnsonis Central" Life I"..r".-nee Company of romiwnles Florida _$58.20 76.38
in serious
.Next stop was the Capitol, Average; 25 largest life Insurance _
companies $102.73
United Sta.tes.We, just had to pay our respect to that tri- Central Life Insurance Company of Florida""; 107.41
bunal in session or out of session. Dugie's Guest HouseThe (e) PROGRESS: *
Increases 1WW
Visited. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reeves. We leave and filla over 1962
dinner house of unusual room Average 25
engagement. Largest Life

At 5 p. m. Russ leaves for New York. Hb has a dinner Open '24 hours NE 4-3851 Central Life Companies

engagement with a friend at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. Asset Increased
8.02% &20%
With my pal gone, I'll have to puddle my own canoe Seeing is BelievingSee Gross! Surplus Increased 26-99% 5.11"
until wednesday) when I hope to.Join him In New York. Life Reserves Increased 4.9% 4.10%

This was all according"plan as we intended visiting the us for clean rooms ConclusionThe
World's Fair before returning to Miami. comparative analysis of the Central Insurance' Com-
Jamaica Dugie always a pany of Florida In comparison with
the
Tuesday following breakfast, Wan took mei| downtown' the aggregate averagesf
"
to; purchase a pair of hush puppies. These 'are re friend ?ffiSS?! ".largest Based American 011 the results Companies achieved*, In O In ir.oplalon'i the year,ending very

commended- for wearing: the' World's Fair. ESSIT'J963 and of Its present financial position we

Tuesday nig President's dinner.' 2941 NW 47th St., Miami public confidence.a reliable Institution that has and warrants

Wednesday a.m. breakfast Is,, over. Now I'm scribbling Blamed:

this column, hoping to mall It in,time for this,week's STANDARD ANALYTICAL SERVICE INC.
St. Louis, Mo.
Issue of The Times.

.:At noon I hope to be on' my;way to :New, York,. after For Best Results .-

If' very ,enjoyable" visit In Washington. Try a' Classified Ad A 'Times' Ad Can Sell .Anything. See us!

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Dade Geared For Ail- I SATURDAY:, JULY, 4, 1M4 PAGE 5


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HELP WANTED
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Out Voter RegistrationFather : .1 2 Master barbers. Guaranteed
Summer Adventure. in salary $75 or more. Dave's Barber *
Shop 1070 N. W. 62 nd. St.
five members of local CORE ten additional 'headquarters in July IV
Gibson, Mrs. organization. areas that will be affected by Music ana'Danc"

Range Head Area chairmen appointed to I this drive. .
date were Neal Adams, Browns All persons Interested In help- FINE ARTSCONSERVATORY .L..A II
Crusade ville; Portia Banister, Liberty Ing to please make contact this drive the Central a success A Classified Ad Will PayOff

Dade County Crusade for City; Judge James Matthews, Headquarters, FR 3-2230, 1112
DividendsFRANKLIN
with Mrs. Ge- in
Opa-locka, along Big
Voters has unanimously elect. NW 3rd Ave. or come In and ..
Dunn, .
ed Father Theodore Gibson nesta Sweeting. Albert Mrs. lola register as a worker ,...------.--------- t:
and Mrs. Athalie Range, chair- Coconut Grove ;
man and co-chairman for the Crawford North Mlaftnl. For i rrra.r'rs.r..srrrswn ----I
Additional help has been Opening
coming all-out Dade County
Voter Registration Drive. Also committed from Odell Johns, II II
present at the organizational Ora L. Taylor and James Cashin ClerkTypistsRequlrementR I 'I
meeting was Dr. John O. Brown South Dade. Additional : One who has I J'
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who represented CORE and accepted chairmen will be named. previously held Civil Service j I i\J' I ,
Garth C. Reeves, chairman of
Central Miami as a positions with the United
CORE project. the board of Lincoln National States Government, and who I "'\ II
donated the Miami
This has seen a critical area Bank has can be reinstated In the Feder. I '
Miami Times to
In the past to register the huge office of the be used the al Service (male or female.)
the drive to as
J
potential that covers the headquarters for the drive, as Rating: GS-3. Salary $3,880 I
sprawling central Negro population making the facilities of per year. Please contact Randolph -
well as
Aiding Dr. Brown will Fields of the Greater Miami I
be A. D. Moore, manager of the his paper and plant availableas \ Urban League office, 395 :!
Central Life Insurance Co. and an Information center. NW 1st St., FR J-017G, Monday J

Plans call for the opening of July 6.

Ministers PledgeS : FEDERAL' 1 1I

pport to VoterRegistration Malcolm X Wants to Send 1



Local a "Gospel clergymen Caravan"have launched that Troops to St. AugustineFederal ; Congratulates I

will cover the most propulous J
Negro areas In Florida and Black Supremacy Advocate Government does not
culminate In Miami, August 13, Malcolm X says in Omaha that give assistance. i its Newly Elected N
at the Miami Beach Auditor- he is ready to send help to St. In Tallahassee Governor Farris !
.
ium. Augustine. Malcolm heads anew '
Bryant says the special police -
Alex Bradford and civil rights group called
Starring
force assigned to St.Augustine II
the Bradford Singers, Marlon AFRO-American Unity.
Williams, Stars of Faith and He said he has telegraphed will be reduced during the 1964 I II
Princess Stewart, Greater Miami Martin Luther King that his racial truce now In effect. The
massed choirs and nation- forces are ready as he put state has assigned 230 men to I
ally known ministers and. speak. it to give the Ku Klux Klan a duty In St. Augustine. It Is
ers more than 50 churches taste of its own medicine. Mal- rumored that St. Augustine's top .
plan to participate in this all- coin X said AFRO-American businessmen have agreed to Advisory Council :
out effort. unity is prepared to help the abide by the Federal Civil ._
Plans will be under the dl- intergratlonists in Florida if the Rights Bill t I J !
rection of the Rev.s. Thedford .
Johnson and Rev. and Mrs. S. I Ifaese are the men and women whoso dcdicoUon J

A.assisted Cousin by and Revs.Rev.P.L.W.Sands Williams -, Now Open! ROY'S, BARBER SHOPNew I to community needs and dovotion to 1I

). C. Micklns, C. J. Dur- civic Ideals havo given Franklin Federal added J
ney, w. F. Tanner, J. B. Black Ultra Modern Shop With Four Barbers strength, stature and area-wide recognition. I
nell, J, A. Finlayson, W. F. I 1I
and T. AIR CONDITIONED MANICURIST} HOOTHLACK
Macon, J. R. Campbell I 1I
E. Wright
In the heart of Edition Center ,
J
"" Tickets will be on sale this Leroy Willlan Pi-op. (formerly. with Modem Harbor Shop) J b / Ma I
Sunday at most churches in I I
4 the city. Admission $1.50 advance 'in Longshoreman HMg. 2nd Ave ond Rth Bt.) lI l-
and $2.00 at the door. *t % I II
All are asked to give whole- 6349 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 751-9112 J ,
hearted support to their A20
church and to support the Vote I .4 q I II
er Registration Drive. "
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(Special Summer Rate I II

at the beautiful Ir J

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"New"Ebony When an Englishmanmade 6 i"' J JI


the 1 1I I II

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first Gin & Tonic, I II I II

NELSON ADAMS, Chairman

Motel did he use Gordon's? I JI

I ';: i ADVISORY COUNCIL ROSTER 1t4
t .
1101 Old Dixie Hwy. V Undoubtedly. A retired Army-Colonel, I .",,'),,< JI
Neal AdamaNalaon
Riviera Beach, Fla. vividly recalling the heat of India,created t :. !

the first Gin &Tonic nearly 75 years ago. I ." Adam.lr I
PHONE 8449568Air Cliff Bakar !.
Cordon' had already been firmly established >- "j M I

Conditioned, Private as a favoured English gin Mack Barkl.y -
Bath Free Parking 'i t"' I
SpodeM Cleandlchlcucmanf for more than a century, co it M Rudolph Bradley

to fair to assume the Colonel -, vO. P. Col.man ;
used Gordon's. Since I .. 'i "
R. C. Col.man
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then gln-drlnken have 1 p I
'"' 4""""" Roossvalt Canard
found Gordon' the indispensable II
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tint ingredient In / Clifton Dyaon
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drinks T .odo... Glbaon; I
a host of summer __. V.
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from Tom Collinses to Sus Harris "
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,1 I U IIY M ftI: OrangeBlossoms.Nottomentionthecocktall Ellen Hsldt
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ibiJtw.." ..... all-seasons, the glorious Ifr .jjj tI1Cordon's I 1I
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MDW laaao M.ar.aR.v.
martini Hot k >
H1 WM I. C. Mlcklns :
enough for you? Tell .

, the man-Cordon'-the I'f Sgi.\I.... Huh r ?

J J.. *Again_ the pride. of, the blgges t.selling gin In Eng :. 41': j Marlon .Shannon ,

.*: r PVlm Beaches ..IMdAmerbtbewodd.. .. ,.'......,. .Dr...... Simpson
'UJ9. 1 to Flagler 8C, tarn left fl Dsnnls Smith '1ii ,
Yz mile to Old ,Dixie .
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rtoaecT or OJJLMTUIO iau mew wot EVT NRI11 I J. It Taylor ..,.. ....,' .I.I
y .y ., '" r=e aniiti nor etutM(seat cauars m M oatn.trata J. "Ii:. '
A Classified Ad
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OPEN JULY 4th) COMPLETE Picnic Forget Items
For The Holidays!


FOOD STORE,



27th Ave. at 54th St.


N EVER CLOSED! Specials Good Thru July 4th at Weller's AG Only!



Spare Ribs Ib 491 SWIFT'S Sliced PREMIUM Bacon Ib 490



Pig Feet Ib lO SWIFTS PREMIUMFranks Ib 431


FIVE POUND BOXBacon
4 SWIFT'S CANNED

Ends 79 Picnics 3ibs $1.49

L CENTER CUTPork
DIRR'S SLICEDBologna

Chops lb 49c u> 49e


COLD BEER AT ALL TIMES

FROZEN PRODUCEFARM
MAXWELL HOUSE ALL GRINDS
HOUSE ASST
Cream Pies 3 for $1.00 COFFEE Ib 490 Potatoes 10 Ibs 69!

Sara Lee Asst Cakes ea.69c (With $5.00 Order or More) Plums 2 Ihs 49C
,
Choc., Orange Banana Choc. BLUE PLATE
Swirl, Pound, BrowniesPARKEN
Salad Dressing qt 3901 Tomatoes 2 cartons 29*
H
Lemonade or Limeade lOc Plenty of WatermelonsDAIRY
STAR KIST-'Chunk Light OUNCE CAN

Tuna ,3Jor' 890
BIG GIVE AWAY! !
COME IN AND REGISTER
MANOR HOUSE1> gal. MUSSELMAN'S 303 CAN

Ice Cream 49c Apple 1 ,.'Sauce '31,for '491 Each Girl.FREE)Bicycle to-The A Lucky(Boy's value Person.$49.98.and!

American or Piminto-12 oz.pkg. Drawing To Be July 4, at
Kraft Cheese 49c HI "C" ASST. FLAVORS 46'\OUNCE CAN 3:00 p.m.fat .
Drinks 3 f for TUNE IN TO RADIO
MRS. FILBERT ; t 891 STATION WAME
Oleo J llfcpk 25c


_DEL MONTE SALE_ ii.' HEINZ _1 HOT DOG, SWEET, B.B.Q.

Y.C.SLICED-2Va'Size Can 0:: lIebshes each 2 5
PEACHES- ,, 3 for 89c
CARRIAGE CLUB TWIN PKG.
F'NUIT303COCKTAIL 2 for 49c'f 'Potato Chips( 490

DAM. ...... 303 CAN ,r
PEARS 31+for 8ge.. LJBBY'S PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT 46 OUNCE CAN

t D.M.GARDEN EARLY-,303 PEAS CAN 3 for59c "; .'Drink 3 f for 89

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D.M. G. B.' .303"CAN 20'POUND BAIL ,
WHOLE' KERNELCORN 2 for 39c '
Vharcoal Brlquets 890
D.M. G. B. 303 CAN
r CREAM STYLE, CORN "42 for ::3ge 11 RED ROSE
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1 D.M. CUT- 303 CAN .JI'
I I GREEN BEANS .. ., 2 for .49c i ii rooms each 79ltDon't



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"LITE A BIKE PROGRAM1 SATURDAY JULY* 1964 PAGE 7 ,
MoneyBy r
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Have Eyes Set On For many years many have will sponsor the Annual BOAT can be purchased from any"' 1.-

TED LOWELLOf spoken about the many trouble RIDE on July 18th. this year. member of the Opa-Locka Post I
and the many accidents In our As usual it will be the S.S. Tickets
Lincoln National Bonk are $2.00 and this promises
Miami in I community that happen by a Dreamboat which leaves from to be a real night of fun
--.---... AugustThe child being struck at night Bayfront Yatch Basin. Tickets for all.
while on a bike. I
Question: I hav-e always had :
my car financed by the dealer Elk trails are "straightand We all say, "why don't some-
from whom I purchased it. Is wide" leading Into Miami one do something about it?"
there any advantage in getting for the Bills and Daughters Well V.F.W. Post 5GD3 in Opa- itEiWiUjiIwHOME
Locka Fla. has decided that it
a bank to finance It? planning to visit the area by ,
can and will help to prevent
automobile
for the 65th annual
Answer: There Certainly is. Elks Convention here beginning some of these accidents.We .
By law, bVtnks are not allowedto August 21. are sponsoring a "LITEA SERVICE CALLS $1.00
charge* excessive interest
rates on loans. The most Important Motoring conventloners will BIKE PROGRAM" If youor Day or NightWe
single saving in dealing find highways: U.S. ((1)) and U.S. your child does ride a bike
with a bank will be in the dollars ((301)) In excellent condition all at night your bike will be Service All Makes of
) you will pay each month the way. Both are multi-lane spotted by passing autos and
for your car. The dealer who divided highways' (U.S. 1)) has you may be spared an accident. HI-FI'* And STEREOSWe

place the loan for you, either four lanes Its Florida length except Please send your child and
with a loan company or a bank, for about four miles, and bike to 1825 N. W. 157 street Also RentTV's "
usually receives a commissionin Intersect the Sunshine State Opa-Locka, Fla. And we will!
the form of a bonus paid to Parkway. furnish it with the sufficient by the week or month II
him by that institution which
is then added to monthly American Automotive Associ amount of REFLECTING COAT
on your '
charge. By dealing with a ation reports show that the ED TAPE that will enable motorist 907 N.W.2nd] AVENUE! ;
bank such as ''the Lincoln National only major road construction In to see bikes at night. ,
Bank the U.S., is In the far Northwest
directly, save
that extra monthly charge.you section but all motorists areadvised ........ V. F. W. BOAT RIDE ..... Phone FR 4-2044
to contact their local

Question: What does special AAA office and secure a travel V.F.W. Post 5G03, Opa-Lucka & 1 .a _'_ 1- ,L- -- -- ._____- __ ...
checking account meanT folder. ... .........
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Answer: This could be one Hotel reservations can be igWHERE ELSE CAN'YOU'GEfwtiHtmtM PR' JJKEJJHIESJE
of the most important single contacting the Elks Housing j v vi TOT i it& sy
Headquarters, 1104( NW 3rd s
accounts you could ever establish .
with a bank. It providesyou Ave., Miami, Fla. IIMa+ 1 1'' 1 f I
wO a SH =
with a permanent receipt bA a
Batchlar
and record for all the bills you Larry
have ever paid. It immediatelytells
you at a glance exactly OLEOA'
how much money you have in 1
the bank, how much you spent j -
I 4vnfcl
Cu
: -ift JULY r i1.t1I
and to whom you made the "j l +
checks. It also serves as proof .* O.QIIN.
that you paid a bill because the ," SOLID W** \ Jfc3
checks which are returned to j'i' Y.1Irl l//

you act as your receipts forever uu ,( 0Ir Nlcq* IT orcooww 1450 N.W. 22nd. ST:

BACON A \ \t lR mAtlTM UflffiSrT !
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Question: Is a bank usually y lx kv V K MIEfE, PRODUCE im, THAT WI CAN /AU N IURTNIR SAVINGS LT
interested in nuking loans as / PRICES COOO iNRU Mt 11u It MOYO
smtll for home, even .: a .. CONIIOILIO'I'
as or appliances i; \.. P "" TRIM ouALnrcNGICI
? h: a AN
+RN \ RO !b. i
.
Answer: The Lincoln National f. 1 I 1 +WAVYVII/T U
Bank is particularly Interested r -1.I MORRtII' ICO +AVI
in working with you fl./ : Q % t 101

to help finance your home or I !/. .... !'" u
your appliances, such as tele- sI vI _

vision sets or air conditioners.You I ; .".'" ""
will find the rates extremely if} "JI e.
low and the method quite IIMIt AT /+Utltin ia. GRADS:; "' ftC411111
EXta
A
simple. I y I % 'ffi TIIVIR tlG
of" I .
Question: My friends andI ..11.
would like to know more \; EGGS;
: ,.,
about banking. Where can we ....;),,- >. REGISTER NOWI! ,.

learn? Shellman'' Appointed 3 CASH YOUR CHECKS I r M%DVM v.1u::'2Y001.

,
Answer: The Lincoln Na- foG sA ,
tional Bank regularly conducts Deputy Constable NIXT WIIK :t 690 I
supervised tours of its facilities PAnou" oon.,/01ST NO"UONAL 10\1
CNIC" t
which you can arrange' simply Constable Ray Bradley Dis- IOU UAVI III

by telephoning any officer of, trict No. 2, announced the appointment 5 P' ---1,4,4
'Wank WI/TIIN COIN 110 NIVIS PIOUS
the personally requesting -
or by ewu
of Charles M. Shell- Ai
such a tour the next i)
man as Lt. Deputy Constable SPARE !
S
time you stop in. Any officer effective June 2'Jth. SVE O.ADIA.aD."D'LA..A.
would be happy to permit you replaced Nathan 2 5 r '0

to to tour the bank's and all facilities questionsyou and Dean pointment who recently reigned RIBS I6.114FRYERS 'L I. 27 12
answer any
Constable Bradley stated that
might have about banking JUDY CUNNINGHAMNOSTININO
In general at no charge to youor he was pleased to add a man On of Cho Frl/n tly, Courtoui 3 u.IIMUM 49CRBRBBRHIMi U
to your group. with i Lt. Shellman's law enforcement LlAN UNNID Employ**! at Suptr BAKE-RITE aSWIFT'S
experience to his uut am 0rt u INetT
Question: Is it true that staff. This is in keeping with 3-139 SAYE w LOAN ::
there is only one bank in Miami his to bring ? "rrwr// /SIIN
continuing policy 50' tl :
that employs Negro tellers? top efficiency and service to PICNICS cL:;. I P/N"TOwn RSLe IhotElE PE Ae.1S: MILK MGAL. 49 ;
Answer: The Lincoln Na- eeelaYN
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Shellman's for-
District No.2. KIDNEY ltAN3 IIILD PIAl. -
tional Bank is the first chartered 5-;;; ;
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merly with the Police Depart 4. 'wpe. IIIgR' .
bank in the historyof
national
:
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the southern United States ment for 14 years I li the only t ItANf ...n..... BREAD 1U10rvnonwrv '7'5M"IMNN
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PAGE 8 SATTURDAY, JULY 4, 1964 weekly at the VA Office, 984 \V.

I !t Flagler St- Miami, for inform*.
CORNER lion of 'Veterans in this area.
Florine Womble Topsin
Heroines Officers QU'Q.4J1JY; .1Y D".II 1YJ'r.1:1I':1'Or.1D7'nEWARE : ':
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Return FromOklahoma Math OF; "VA SALES!1IAN" are thinking about getting a
VA guaranteed home loan, bet.
City '' If the salesman who knockson ter check to see how you standas
When Booker T. Wahsington your door tells you he is representing far as your own cut off date
High School inaugurated a pro- the VA ,- don't you is concerned.,
?n C gram of fmathematlos tutoring, believe him. The VA does not QUIZ. CORNER
4., for seventh graders, Florine endorse any product, project or Q. I got, out of service in
Womble volunteered and on commericaf endeavor for the 1054. I read somewhere that
many occasions stepped in and profit of individuals, organiza- the cut- ff date for Korean GI
b4. ;. i I took over' when other tutors y x tions corporations.If you are Bill training is January 31, 1965
were absent. A gifted mathematics approached, get in touch with Can I still take a short course
student. her work as a tutor your Better Business Bureau or A.. The final cut-off date for
was consistently outstand- Chamber of Commerce.GI Korean GI Bill training is Janu-
LOAN DEADLINE ary 31, 19G5. ,However, you also
ing.Florine, 17, daughter of Wal- had a cut-off date of eight
ter and Katie Womble. 329 NW Many World War. II veterans years from the date of your
8th St.. now has been chosento have already let their GI loan separation from service. Your
receive a merit award in a eligibility time run out. Many cut-off date would have come
r continuing program of the Mal'x N rN more cut off dates will be com- up in 1062. Sorry you are no
Dairy: Council of South Floridato I ing up from day to day. If you longer eligible.

honor achievements of ,
school age children in Dade
County
The Dairy Council is inte-
rested in achievers in many SPECIAL PURCHASE
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Heroines Templar Crusades, V .n DR. LONG'S CLINK Blood-Urine Teats
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Award to Dick Gregory by Julius publisher, Sun-Reporter, convention I
Carter, Publisher, Forward host; Gregory, C. C.
Francisco ConventionFrank Times, Houston, Texas, at. the DeJoie, Jr., Managing Editor, i
Sun-Reporter farewell party. Louisiana Weekly Carter, and
From left to right: Thomas Garth Reeves, Managing Editor '
Stanley lers serving Europe. Is rated as one of America's Fleming, City Editor, Sun-Re Miami Times.
Stanley has also served on best Negro; owned newspapers,I
Publishers PresidentFrank two other foreign' commissions.The won 31 national awards Including -
most recent in 1962
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lisher of L.the Stanley Louisville Sr., (Pub-Ky.) when as a member of a four Award and ,John 13, Russwurm Try A Miami Times Classified Ad
man team he taught Journalismfor
trophy for general excellence.
Defender elected
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NNPA voted to hold Its SilverAnnlvcr.nry
the National Publishers
Newspaper State in six African
nations.
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Annual Convention' in San Since Louisville in June 1965. Its ,
April 19G2 Stanley has Flagler Beauty School
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Francisco. served as consultant to, the
held In January In Houston,
Kentucky Commissioner of per ...
Stanley served as president sonnal. Stanley's special assign- Texas INTEGRATEDNow
of NNPA. from 1945 to 1948. ments to
As ,such in 1910 he was named recruit Negroes was to encourage pursue state and Correction offers opportunity of a lifetime in all phase;
by the then Secretary of Waras government careers. During his of Charm Poise and
Chairman of the First Groupof ."Page TulJey. formerly with Beauty Culture Modeling, ','
American. Journalists ever tenure, Negro state personnelhas the guidance department of Miami Makeup
conmissioned to study race relations more than quadrupled. High, will become,,assistant ULTRA MODERN: FACILITIES '
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TIMES MIAMI.. FtA. Bishop Carroll Heads! Board Sunday SHILOH School BAPTIST every Sunday

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JULY 4,1964MACEDONIA morning, at 9:30: with the Superintendent
Bishop Coleman Carroll of I, chairman John B. Turner and Elder Ross In charge.We .
the Diocese' of Miami has been secretary-treasurer Edward F.
re-elected chairman of Metro's Swenson Jr. The Integrated would like to take this
Community Relations Board for board Is now In its second year. time to express our thanks to
Members were appointed June all of our visitors tnd friends
another one-year term. 18, 1963, by the Metro Commit who turned out with us on ourWomen's
Also re-elected vice- sion. Day program on last
i I were I
ar Sunday. We were blessed to
have raised $1,390.82.All .

FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST ST. ANDREWS CHURCH parents are asked to
please send their children out
r Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor Father Elisha S. Clarke, Jr. every SUndav evening, at 5:30:
Ruby Lee Carr, reporter The service of the church will p.m., for Baptist Training Un-
The pastor his wife and memo now go on its summer schedule. Ion.
Hers wish to thank our many Solemn Sung Mass and sermon,
friends for helping to make the 8 a.m. Church School, 9:30: a.m. You are always welcome to
Pastor's First anniversary a big' come and worship with us at
success. Special thanks to Rev. BEREA BAPTIST all times.

W. K.Greater Smith New and Bethel congregationof Opa- (YMCA Building) Remember to pray and visit

S locka and Rev. Paul Freemanand 5770 NW 15th Ave. the sick and shut-ins. Deacon
congregation$ of Zion Hope Rev. J."Toles, minister Major Summersett Is in Jackson -
Rev. C. H. Smith, young Ma- The Lord Is still blessing us Memorial Hospital, wardA
trons and members of Jordan here at Berea and we are asking ( ) room 61.
Grove, Deacons and membersof for .the prayers of all our
Mt. Tabor and to all visit- friends, that this church will NEW MT. MORIAH
ing members and friends of be a growing one. Sunday wasa
various churches, your kind high day for us, the pastor 6700 N. W. 14th Ave.
BAPTIST SALTER'S CHAPEL ways will remembered. brought the morning message, Rev. Almus L. Shipp, Pastor
We are wising for the !pas- end Rev. Simmons of the New Let us take a friend to
3165 N. W. 56th Street Rev 11. J. Benson Pastor tor's continued success the coming Providence Church brought the church with us Sunday. Sun-
Rev. Roscoe Jackson, Pastor Flossie Marshall Reporter year, we feel that under the evening message, Everyone is day morning, at Antioch of
Services on last Sunday were Everyone enjoyed the morn God sent guidence our member- asked to come out Tuesday nite New Libicity, our First Lady
high and well attended. The pastor ing service at Salter Chapel ship will continue to increase; for prayer meeting, and also Mrs. L. G. Shipp spoke very
was in charge. His text was Sunday with 1 Mr. Earl Glenn beotuse we believe he Is a natural come to worship with us on sweet and highly on their Wo-
taken from St. Luke 16:23.: Sub- the morning speaker. As Sun born leader. Sunday. Let us pray for the man's Day program.

ject: "A Long Distance Call day was Leaders Day, a pro- Again we say happy anniver- sick and shut-ins. Choir No. one rendered music,
Canceled In Heaven." We were gram for Church repairs funds sary and much success the com- and we had a wonderful time
blessed to have the pastor's was discussed. Mr. Glenn ing year. We the members and NEW PHILADELPHIA in the name of our Lord. Our
mother with us. brought a wonderful messageon friends are so glad to have you
next event: The Junior Choir
915 N. W. 51st.
Street
Christan Education. WhichIs
The No. One Choir whish to as our pastor, we are very proudof will celebrate its anniversary
thank every one who came out needed so much among the you and your lovely wife and Rev. Wm. H. WashingtonThe I followed by the No. one Choir.
and supported them In their young, people to day. He has sons. May God bless and keep Deaconesses and Ste- Rev. West will deliver Choir
Annual Battle of Songs on last such a brilliant mind that Is you always. Sunday, we observeour wardess Union met at New No. one anulversary sermon
Sunday with New Providence creative. You missed a treatif Holy Communion. The pas- Philadelphia Sunday afternoon' July 26.
Choir No. One. We had a glorious you did not hear! him, he is tor is expected to deliver both *' t 3:00: p.m.
time. a member of Salter Chapel.Don't morning and evening sermons; A very inspiring program We are asking for your prayers
The Number One Usher Board the visitors are always welcome. took place and the spirit was in the leaving of our first
will observe their Second Anniversary School Convention forget Sunday 8th Come to church, have your high. The union left a very lady on her Journey to New
the Second Sunday July faith substantial offering to the York. ,
afternoon. Rev. O. W. Foster, Looking forward hoping to lifted.MT.. TABORRev. church and for which we are
V Church see you there in Belle-Glade. deeply thankful and
pastor of Antioch M.B. appreciative -
All those who would like togo
Liberty City will be the speaker. P. S. Brown, Minister Yvonne Washington, and Mr.
Mrs. Carnella Glenn and
see
Dessie Crockett, reporter The youth of New Philadelphia
New in the
Mrs. Agnes Davis or Rev. H. J. Philadelphia personof
Everyone is cordially invitedto Benson, the fare will be 300. During the absence of the pas- took charge at 6 p.m. A Ward Perkins. To be. commended -
attend. Round trip, July 8th Wednes- tor, who was attending \he play was presented entitled I for well planned youth
The Beauty of the Earth".
National Convention, services program is Mrs. Dorothy Rizer,
day will be Salters Chapel Day.
ST. MATTHEW'S CHURCH Let us for the sick and were conducted as usual by Rev. A dynamic speech was delivered adult coordinator, and cosponsors
pray James Hendon who was ordained by Gwendolyn Myers, a Mrs. G. McNeal tnd Elflea-
(African Orthodox) shut in. Every one Is welcometo In May along with Rev. L. C. youth of Philadelphia, entitled ter Washington.
Coconut Grove, FloridaFr. attend services at Salters Albert. Each sermon delivered "Youth For Freedom." The
S. J. Sweeting, Chapel. by Rev. Hendon was Inspiringas most exciting portion of the Runners-up In the Mr. and
Services for St. Matthew's well as a spiritual asset. program came with the crownIng Miss New Philadelphia contest
African Orthodox Church are PROVIDENCE CHURCH Sis. W. Cooper, president, of of little Miss New Philadelphia were letta Odom and Warren
being held at Bain's Funeral choir No. 2 wish to thank In the person of Cheryl Perkins.MAKE .
Chapel 3187 Duglas Road, Coconut Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor each person who came out and I .
Grove. Sis. Claudia Wilson reporter helped to make the Song Festival -
The Divine Liturgy Is cele- The revival meeting was a I. a success.
brated at 11:00: a. m. every success, and Sunday morning The second BIG EVENT of
Sunday. baptism: the spirit of the Lord 'the year will be' launched Sunday YOUR HOME
We are now looking July 5. Deacon H. Heard is
Friends and wellwishers are forward for the Sunday School the $general chairman and he
invited to come and worship and B. T. U. Congress, which is asking each member and the
with a growing congregationin will be held next week. entire" community for their cooperation -
a progressive community.MT. in making this drive
We still have a large numberon "The Twelve In One" the great-
CALVARY CHURCHRev. the sick list. We ask you to est event I nth e history 0 f LOOK MODERN
continue in prayer for them. Greater Mt. Tabor.
E. Atchison, pastor Remember the sick and shut-
Constance Carter, reporterOn in and bereaved families in
that glorious Lord's Day ZION HOPE BAPTIST prayer. .
of last Sunday, we observedour
10th annual Women's Day. 5129 NW 17th Ave. .,
Our theme was: "A Woman Rev P. _Freeman, pastor TRANSFIGURATIONFr.
that Feareth the Lord Shall be Church services were spirit- Ellsha S. Clarke, Jr., Vicar
Praised. (Proverbs 31:30): ). We ually 'high' all day last Sunday, The service of the church 0 & iI H
can truly say that we had a our pastor preached out of his wllll now go on Its summer
visit of the Holy Spirit. Our soul. Their will be a tea given schedule. Solemn Sung Mass
guest speaker was Mrs. R. H. Sunday by the No. One Usher 'and Sermon 9:30: a.m. Church 4 (;
Lee, of Ft. Lauderdale. At the Board at 671 N. W. 51st. Street, School 10:45: a.m.
evening services, Mrs. Christine from.4 to 6 p.m., we are asking Tonight Is the night. What?
Wiley was crowned Queen of everyone to please .come out The church annual Boat ride.
Mt. Calvary.On and enjoy themselves for 2 Got your ticket? It's not too late
hours we are asking$ also asking The Dream Bott leave Pier 5
behalf of our Chairman also that you please rememberthe at 8 p.m.. come on and bring NOW SPECIALIZING IN
and Co-Chairman, we' would sick and shut-in in your in good ole Fourth of Julytickets
like to take this opportunityto prayers. and fare $2.00 for adults. .
thank each and everyone Children may come too for a
who helped to make our 10th small fee. If In doubt call chairman :
annual Women's Day a suCO ss. TEMPLE BAPTIST James Luoats do It today. WINDOW REPLACEMENTWe

The Missionary Society will for all details, but do It today.
On ithe first Lord's Day in
The church Is now
at 6 having sponsor a dinner this Saturday, Patron
July, p.m., we are their Dedication and
at the church. Service beginsat
another old-fashioned Uaptlsm.
Festival Services and activitiesOn
,
high noon. Donation one dol
Everyone Is Invited to come lar. Sunday, August 2, the Dedication tear out your old rusted windows
out and 'witness another old- Service and Confirmation -
fashioned baptism. There will be! joint-baptism at 10:30: a.m. Monday, Au-
Sunday, at the 11 ajn. service gust 3, church annual picnic, and
them
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN when candidates of St. Mark's Haulover Beach, Miami Beach. replace with
Rev. Joseph Smith stor, and Thursday, August 6, the Feastof
6895: N W. 14th Ave.
will
those of Temple be im- the Transfiguration, Solemn
Rev. W. "F. Savoy evening pastor at 7:30 mersed. The Lord's Supper will Sung Mass and Sermon, 7 a.m. ALUMINUM, JALOUSIE or
This Sunday will: be administered during$ the Same evening, solemn evensongand
school
church
the vacation morning$ and evening and the benediction of the blessed
present Its annual program thank to choirs will sing$ Jointly. Plan to sacrament, 7:30: p.m. Friday,
We
the congregation. spend the day at Temple. August 7.Second. AWNING WINDOWS
Katherine
Mrs. Cholmondeley, Patronal Festival
Mrs. 'Ethel Peterson, Annette The Choir Union will hold dance Starlight room, Bascayne
Strachan, and Alcene Williamsfor its monthly, meeting at Temple Terrace Hotel, 9 a.m.; Sunday, .
directing,the class this year. Monday, 8:30 p.m. Our No. one August 9, the Patronal Festival -
This week the pastor will be Choir is host for the occasion. Service with Solemn High
directing a'camp for Presbyterian Mass, procession and sermon We do Alterations Repairs PaintingKitchen
annual Men's Is Just
High-Schoolers at Lake Our. Day .
The 9:30: a.m.; apt 5 a.m. the Patronal .
four weeks men
away.
Placid Florida. Festival Tea. --
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have big plans one of which lathe Do comet! our church is air- Remodeling
Last Sunday evening, our annual dinner Saturday,
conditioned. We are now wor-
official body'enjoyed a very July 11.The shipping God in confort. Our .
informative meeting with guest chairman, and cochairman Priest and his wife, celebrated
speaker, Rev. James Cllnefelter, Deacon George E. Hep their 16th wedding anniversaryon FHA TERMS
also the prove of the Joint burn and Bro. Chas. Ambrose, Tuesday, June 30 may' God
auxiliaries to be highly want this to be the greatest of continue to shower his bles-
beneficial.Let Call HI 8.1119
them all. They are .sure the sings on them. Father Clarke i 4269472UIUU
Grace have a place In men will stand up and be counted also celebrated his 16th anniversary
:your heart. It Is the Churchwith and that the women will to the Diaconate on June
a Heart. not let them down. 127 J U-



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Broward k SATURDAY, JULYi 4, 1964 PAGE 11


County '


Historical Bnckgound NORMAN of the Negro E. JONES in Politics, the Church New : "Hello, Dolly"Big

and Fraternal Organizations I

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Lamb Shall Lie Down Together to obtain tickets to
were able
Davis Merrick and directed by
in 1900 and cochairman
wast- chairman and
for Governor ; so does the Segregationistand The "Hello. Dolly! starring Carol
ed a very large number of the Integrationist to for Woman's Day Central Channlng during a visit to New Gower Champion, "Hello, Dol-
votes which could have been achieve their respective goals.It Missionary Baptist Church, York were Mr. and Mrs. Reff lyl" has been playing to SRO
more wisely and profitably used West Hollywood, wish to thankall of 6229 N 1st Ave., Miami. audiences ever since it opened
by one of the other candidates, ', is not enough to be strong the officers, members, January 10, when the critics
will be most chagrined to learn in politics the greater value friends and well-wishers for While in New York, Mr. and tossed their adjectives in the I,
that one of the top advisors in is to be smart as Jimmy Cag- their splendid cooperation in Mrs. Reff attended a performance air for the nation's greatest
the higher echelon ranks for ney in the role of the famed their sixth annual Woman's of Broadway's biggest hit stage success since' "My Fair
Mayor Haydon Burns, was young outlaw, Billy The Kid Day. Lady.
musical comedy at the St.
their 'hero' in I960. said, The Strong Take From
TheV'eak and The Smart "The fairest rose in the gar-
Champions of Civil Rights and Take From The Strong". This den of life is the fellowship of
Integration among candidatesfor Is not only the code of the Out friends. Time but glorifies its Mrs. Melvin Seymour after a
elective offices in the South law of the Old West" 1 tls not beauty with a fragrance that week in New York City! You are invited to, attendA

are very rare indeed, among only the 'Law Of The Jungle' never ends." Joseph M Drane of 5409 ;SW Pre-4 th of July WeekendAt
the winners they are non-exis it is also the irrevocable
'Law
Mrs. Maudena Smith, chairman 18th St., West Hollywood, celebrated The
So when runningfor
a Of
tent. guy Politics.; J
his C3rd Saturday
office in Southern States ; Miss Wllhelmlna Saunders \ birthday
the co-chairman: ; Rev. E. J. June 27. Asked which he Elks Rest
throws out even most meager -
WMBM OPEN MIKEOpen considered the most heroic
Clark, pastor.
hint that possibly, per- achievement of his unhesi This weekend
haps it might be time soon for Mike, with host lIen- .*. .*. tatingly he replied,life"To save
some consideration and thoughtbe drik J. Herns, will discuss South Hroward VA Post No. three small children from elec- Music by
given to maybe look into "AMERICA Her Strength, 8195 will meet Sunday, July 5, trocution from a live electric
some kind of better deal for Her Weakness" next Sunday at 4111 SW 17th St. All members wire which had fallen to the Billy CravattAnd
the Negro, such statements evening from 7 to 9 p. m. Spec. ple.se] Ite present. WilbertC. in Carver Ranches -
sound so good in comparison to ial guests for the IndependenceDay Jenkins, commander.; Leonard' Harold and Jasquelyn; His Calypsonians
the anti-bellum ranting of the program, will b e Father .* children of Mrs. Catherine
other candidates that the Ne- Gibson and a group of Dade Mr. and Mrs Fieddle Sey- Brown and Mrs. Novella Kend- 329 NW: 16th Terr.
gro, in his desperation for a County students.As mour and young daughter were rick. Happy birthday. IMr.
kind word, no matter how am- usual, the program will up from Miami Sunday after- Drane.

biguous, hails this candidate as come Live from the Hampton noon, visiting your truly and ..
a Moses, to lead them out of House. his mother and father, Mr. and n' '

the wilderness. S piED iiiiEEN

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candidate, for emotional reason 22nd annual convention at the at the marriage of Cor- DUTY WASHER ..
they proceed to attempt to Municipal Auditorium here on delia Mae Eugenia to Mr. John
blacken the reputation and call July 2.CORE. nie Appleton on Thursday, the Land ..
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other who
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Farmer, who ihas been \\n MIs-
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other candidates. gation, and CORE National 301 NW Oth St., Miami, I
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1960 is firmly ensconsoed In the distinguished author, will ad- Euphrates Abbitt, chairmanRev.
camp of their bitterest opposition dress the closing session at Edward T. Graham, 1290 AH Baba Avenue Opa-locka, Fla.
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" MIAMI TIMES '- MiAMI. FLA. Carroll Heads Board I SHILOH BAPTIST
I Bishop Sunday School every Sunday

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1964 morning, at 9:30: with the Super.
Bishop Coleman Carroll of I chairman John B. Turner and intendent Elder Ross In charge.We .

the Diocese of Miami has been secretary-treasurer Edward F.
wtould like to take this
Jr. The integrated
re-elected chairman of Metro's Swenson
Community Relations Board for board is now In Its second year. time to express our thanks to
Members were appointed June all of our visitors tnd friends
another one-year term. the Metro Commis who turned out with us on ourWomen's
18, 1963, by
last
Day program on
vice- sion.
Also re-elected were
Sunday. We were blessed to
have raised $1,300.82.

I FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH All parents are asked to
please send their children out
Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor Father Elisha S. Clarke, Jr. every Sunday evening, at 5:30:
Nr Ruby Lee Carr, reporter The service of the church will p.m., for Baptist Training Un-
The pastor his wife and members now go on its summer schedule. ion.
wish to thank our many Solemn Sung Mass and sermon,
friends for helping: to make the 8 a.mu Church School, 9:30: a.m. You are always welcome to
Pastor's First anniversary a big' come and worship with us at
success. Special thanks to Rev. BEREA BAPTIST all times.

W. K. Smith and congregationof Remember to and visit
(YMCA Building) pray
Bethel
New Opa-
I locka Greater and Rev. Paul Freemanand 5770 NW 15th Ave. the sick and shut-ins. Deacon
congregation of Zion Hope Rev. J.'Toles, minister Major Summersett is in Jack-

Rev. C. H. Smith, young: Ma- The Lord is still blessing us son Memorial Hospital, wardA
trons and members of Jordan here at Berea and we are asking ( ) room 61.

Grove, Deacons and membersof for the prayers of all our
Mt. Tabor and to all visiting friends, that this church will NEW MT. MORIAH
members and friends of be a growing one. Sunday wasa
various churches, your kind high day for us, the pastor 6700 N. W. 14th Ave.
Rev. Almus L. ShIpp Pastor
will be remembered. brought the morning ,
MACEDONIA BAPTIST SALTER'S CHAPEL ways always message
We are wishing for the !pas and Rev Simmons of the New Let us take a friend to
3165 N. W. 56th Street Rev. H. J. Benson Pastor tor's continued success the com Providence Church brought the church with us Sunday. Sun-
Rev. Roscoe Jackson, Pastor Flosslo Marshall Reporter ing year, we feel that under the evening message, Everyone is day morning, at Antioch of
Services on last Sunday were Everyone enjoyed the morn God sent guidence our member- asked to come out Tuesday nite New Liblcity, our First Lady
high and well attended.The pas ing service at Salter Chapel ship will continue to Increase; for prayer meeting, and also Mrs. L. G. Shipp spoke very
tor was In charge. His text was Sunday with Mr. Earl Glenn beotuse we believe he is a natural come to worship with us on sweet and highly on their Wo
taken from St. Luke 16:23.: Sub- the morning speaker. As Sun born leader. Sunday. Let us pray for the man's Day program.

ject: "A Long Distance Call day was Leaders Day, a program Again we say happy anniver sick and shut-ins. Choir No. one rendered music,
Canceled In Heaven. We were for Church repairs funds sary and much success the coming I and we had a wonderful time
blessed to have the pastor's was discussed. Mr. Glenn year. We the members and NEW PHILADELPHIA in the name of our Lord. Our
mother with us. brought a wonderful messageon friends are so glad to have you
next event: The Junior Choir
Christan Education. WhichIs 915 N. W. 51st. Street
The No. One Choir whish to proudof
as our pastor, we are very will celebrate Its anniversary
thank every one who came out needed so much among the you and your lovely wife and Rev. Wm' H. WashingtonThe I followed by the No. one ChoIr
and supported them in their young, people to day. He has sons. May God bless and keep Deaconesses and Ste- Rev. West will deliver Choir
Annual Battle of Songs on last such a brilliant mind that Is you always. Sunday, we observeour wardess Union met at New No. one anuiversary sermon,
Sunday with New Providence creative. You missed a treatif Holy Communion. The pas- Philadelphia Sunday afternoonat July 26.
Choir No. One. We had a glorious you did not hear him, he is tor Is expected to deliver both 3:00: p.m.
time. a member of Salter Chapel. morning and evening sermons; A very inspiring program We are asking for your prayers
The Number One Usher Board Don't the visitors are always welcome. took plaoe and the spirit was in the leaving of our first
will observe their Second Anniversary School Convention forget Sunday 8th Come to church, have your high. The union left a very lady on her Journey to New
1 the Second Sunday July faith substantial offering to the York. ,
afternoon. Rev O. W. Foster, Looking forward hoping to lifted.MT.. TABOR church and for which we are
\ pastor of Antioch M.B. Church, see you there in Belle-Glade. deeply thankful and apprecittlve -
All those ,who would
like
Liberty City will be the speak togo Rev. P. S. Brown, Minister Yvonne Washington, and Mr.
Mrs. Carnelia Glenn and
) see
er. Dessle Crockett, reporter The youth of New Philadelphia New Philadelphia In the personof
Mrs. Agnes Davis or Rev. H. J.
Everyone is cordially invitedto Benson, the fare will be $3.00. During the absence of the pas- took charge at 6 p.m. A Ward Perkins. To be. com-
attend. Round trip, July 8th Wednes- tor who was attending \h eNational play was presented entitled mended for well planned youth
Convention, services The Beauty of the Earth". program Is Mrs. Dorothy Rizer,
day will be Salters Chapel Day.
ST. MATTHEW'S CHURCH Let us pray for the sick and were conducted as usual by Rev. A dynamic speech was delivered adult coordinator, and cosponsors
James Hendon who was ordained by Gwendolyn Myers, a Mrs. G. McNeal tnd Elflea-
shut in. is welcometo
African Orthodox) Every one
( youth of Philadelphia entitled
in May along with Rev. L. C. ter Washington.
attend services at Salters
Grove FloridaFr. "
Coconut Albert. Each deliveredby "Youth For Freedom. The
sermon
S. J. Sweeting, Chapel. Rev. Hendon was inspiring most exciting portion of the Runners-up in the Mr. and
Services for St. Matthew's as well as a spiritual asset. program came with the crownIng Miss New Philadelphia contest
African Orthodox Church are PROVIDENCE CHURCHRev. Sis. W. Cooper, president, of of little Miss New Phila- were letta Odom and Warren
being held at Bain's Funeral choir No. 2 wish to thank delphia in the person of Cheryl Perkins.

Chapel 3187 Duglas Road, Co- C. J. Burney, pastor each person> who came out and I
conut Grove. Sis. Claudia Wilson reporter helped to make the Song Fes-
The Divine Liturgy is celebrated The revival meeting was a tival a success.
at 11:00: a. m. every success, and Sunday morning The second BIG EVENT of 4
Sunday. ttoptlsm, the spirit of the Lord the year will 'be launched Sun MAKE YOUR HOME
was high. We are now looking day, July 5. Deacon H. Heard is
Friends and wellwishers are forward for the Sunday School the general chairman and he
Invited to come and worship and B. T. U Congress, which I is asking each member and the
with a growing: congregationIn will be held next week entire community for their cooperation I
a progressive community. I in making this drive
We still have a large numberon "The Twelve In One" the great-
MT. CALVARY CHURCHRev. the sick list. We ask you to est event I nth e history 0 f LOOK MODERNNOW
continue in prayer for them. Greater Mt. Tabor.
E. Atchison, pastor Remember the sick and shut-
Constance Carter, reporterOn in and bereaved families in
that glorious Lord's Dav ZION HOPE BAPTIST .
of last Sunday, we observedour prayer.
10th annual Women's Day. 5129 NW 17th Ave.
Our theme was: "A Woman Rev. P. Freeman, pastor TRANSFIGURATIONFr.

that Feareth the Lord Shall be Church services were spirit- I Elisha S. Clarke, Jr., Vicar
Praised." (Proverbs 31:30): ), We ually high' all day last Sunday, The service of the church > r
can truly say that we had a our pastor preached out of his vvllll now go on Its summer
visit of the Holy Spirit. Our soul. Their will be a tea given schedule. Solemn Sung Mass I
guest speaker was Mrs. R. H. Sunday by the No. One Usher and Sermon 9:30: a.m. Church
Lee, of Ft. Lauderdale. At the Board at 671 N. W. 51st. Street, School 10:45: a.m.
evening services, Mrs. Christine from.4 to,6 p.m., we are asking Tonight Is the night. What?
Wiley was crowned Queen of everyone to please -come out The church annual Boat ride.
Mt. Calvary.On and enjoy themselves for 2 Got your ticket? It's not too late
hours we are asking also asking The Dream Bott leave Pier 5
behalf of our Chairman also that you please rememberthe at 8 p.m. come on and bringIn SPECIALIZING IN
fend Co halrman, we would sick and shut-in in your good ole Fourth of July-tic.
like to take this opportunityto prayers. kets and fare $2.00 for adults. .
thank each and everyone 1 Children may come too for a
who helped to make our 10th small fee. If in doubt call chair ;
annual Women's Day a SUCO SS. TEMPLE BAPTISTThe man. James Luoats do it today. WINDOW REPLACEMENTWe

Missionary Society will for all details, but do it today.
in
On (the first Lord's Day
The church is releasing
now
sponsor a dinner this Saturday,
July at 6 we are having
p.m. their Dedication and Patronal
another old-fashioned Uaptlsm. at the church. Service begins
Festival Services and activities
at. high noon. Donation one dol
Everyone Is invited to come On Sunday, August 2 the Dedication
out and 'witness another old- lar. Service and confirmation tear out your old rusted windows

fashioned baptism. There will be Joint-baptism at 10:30: a.m. Monday, Au-

Sunday, at the 11 ajn. service gust 3, church annual picnic, and them
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN when candidates of St. Mark's Haulover Beach, Miami Beach. replace with

6895 N. W. 14th Ave. Rev. Joseph Smith, pastor, and Thursday, August t 6, the Feastof
those of Temple will be Im the Transfiguration, Solemn
Rev. W. F. Savoy pastor
This Sunday evening at 7:30: mersed. The Lord's Supper will Sung Mass and Sermon, 7 a.m. ALUMINUM, JALOUSIE or
vacation church school will be administered during the Same evening, solemn evensong
the annual to morning and evening and the and benediction of the blessed
present Its program We thank choirs will sing Jointly. Plan to sacrament, 7:30: p.m. Friday,
the congresratlon. spend the day at Temple. August 7.Second. AWNING WINDOWS
Mrs. Katherine Cholmondeley Patronal Festival

Mrs. 'Ethel Peterson, Annette The Choir Union will hold dance, Starlight room, Bascavne
Strachan; and, Alcene Williamsfor its monthly meeting at Temple Terrace Hotel, 9 a.m.;; Sunday, .
directing the class this year. Monday, 8:30: p.m. Our No. one August 9. the Patronal Festival -
This week the, pastor will be Choir is host for the occasion. Service with Solemn High
directing a' camp for Presbyterian Mass, procession and sermon We do Alterations Repairs Painting
Our annual Men's is Just
High-Schoolers at Lake. Day 9:30 aft 5 the Patronal BBfc
four weeks away. The men : a.m.;; a.m. w
Florida.
Placid --
Festival Tea.
have plans of which is
big one
Kitchen
church is air- Remodeling
!
Last ,Sunday: evening, our the annual dinner Saturday, Do come our
conditioned. We
are now worshipping
official body I enjoyed a very July 11.The .
God in con fort. Our .
Informative meeting with guest chairman and cochairman Priest and his wife, celebrated
speaker, Rev. James Clinefelter, their 16th wedding anniversaryon FHA TERMS
.
E. Hepburn
Deacon George -
. also the meeting of the Joint
I and Bro. Chas. Ambrose, Tuesday, June 30 may God
auxiliaries beneficial. proved to be highly want this to be the greatest of continue to shower his bles- Call HI
them all. They are ,sure the sings on them. Father Clarke 8.1119 426-9472
Let Grace have a place t n men will stand up and be counted also celebrated his 16th anniversary -
your heart. It is the Church and that the women will to the Diaconate on June
with a Heart. not let them down. 127. J t-
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LET'S TALK POLITICSBy Broward 1 y y I SATURDAY, JULY;) 4, 1964 PAGE 11



NORMAN E. JONES County LriIIy

Historical Backgound of the Negro in Politics, the Church Newt "Hello, Dolly"Big

and Fraternal Organizations I

"'" .
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Musical Hit
Negro citizens In Florida who thing in common band them- Walter Bowe!
went whole hog for Ted Davis selves together in political cam. a._ -
.ia the first primary election palgns. Even as 'The Lion and e Among the fortunates who j James Theatre. Produced by
Lamb Shall Lie Down Together able to obtain tickets to
were
Davis Merrick and directed
by
in 1900 and cochairman
wasted chairman and
for Governor ; so does the Segregationist The "Hello. Dollyl" starring CarolChannlirg
a very large number of and the Integration to for Woman's Day Central during a visit to New Gower Champion, "Hello, Dol
votes which could have been achieve their respective goals.It Missionary Baptist Church York were Mr. and Mrs. Reff lyl" has been playing to SRO
more wisely and profitably used West Hollywood, wish to thankall of 0229 N 1st Ave., Miami. audiences ever since it opened
by one of the other otndidatcs, Is not enough to be strong the officers, members, January 16, When the critics
will be most chagrined to learn In politics the greater valueis friends and well-wishers for While in New York, Mr. and tossed their adjectives In the
that one of the top advisors in to be smart as Jimmy Cag- their splendid cooperation in Mrs. Reff attended a performance air for the nation's greatest
the higher echelon ranks for ney in the role of the famed their sixth annual Woman's of Broadway's biggest hit stage success since' "My Fair
Mayor Haydon Burns, was young outlaw, Billy The Kid Day. Lady.
their 'hero' in I960. said," The Strong Take From musical comedy at the St.
The Weak and The Smart "The fairest rose In the gar-
Champions of Civil Rights and Take From The Strong". This den of life is the fellowship of I
Integration! among candidatesfor is not only the code of the Out friends. Time but glorifies its Mrs. Melvin seymourr after a
elective offices in the Southare law of the Old West" i tis not beauty with a fragrance that! week in New ty. You Are invited to attendA

very rare indeed, among only the 'Law Of The Jungle'It never ends." Joseph M. Drane of 5409 'sw Pre-4th of July WeekendAt
the winners they are non-exis is also the irrevocable I
tent. So when a guy runningfor Of Politics.; 'Law Mrs. Maudena Smith, chairman 18th St., West Hollywood, celebrated The J
his G3rd Satur
office in Southern States ; Miss Wilhelmlna Saunders birthday
the co-chairman; Rev E. J.I I day, June 27. Asked which' he Elks Rest
throws out even most mea
WMBM OPEN MIKEOpen considered the most heroic
Clark, pastor.
ger hint that possibly, per- achievement of his life, unhesi This weekend
haps it might be time soon for Mike, with host Hen- III *. tatingly he replied, "To save
some consideration and thoughtbe ik.rJ. Berns, will discuss South Hroward VA Post No. three small children from elec- Music by
given to maybe look into "AMERICA Her Strength, 8195 will meet Sunday, July 5, trocution from a live electric
some kind of better deal for Her Weakness" next Sunday at 4111 SW 17th St. All members wire which had fallen to the Billy CravattAnd
the Negro, such statements evening from 7 to 9 p. m. Special ple se llii present. Wllbert ground in Carver Ranches -
sound so good in comparison to guests for the Independence C. Jenkins, commander.: Leonard, Harold and Jasquelyn; His Calypsonians
the anti-bellum ranting of the Day program, will be Father children of Mrs. Catherine
other candidates that the Ne- Gibson and a ,group:: of Dade! Mr. and Mrs Freddie Sey- Brown and Mrs. Novella Kendrick 329 NW, 16th Terr.
gro, In his desperation for a County students.As mour and young daughter were I ." Happy birthday Mr.
kind word, no matter how am- usual, the program will up from Miami Sunday after- Drane.
biguous, hails this candidate as come Live from the Hampton noon, visiting yours truly and .
a Moses, to lead them out o/ House. his mother and father, Mr. and '" 'n
the wilderness. 'SPEiD'
: QUEEN
Negroes in Florida, unwise
to the tactics and strategy of CORE National Convention CARLOAD SALE
practical politics, rush madly -
into traps set for them and as -r NEW 1964 MODELS

a result are left holding the Meetings'! Kansas City
well-known 'bag' empty oi SPEED

course, after nearly every elect QUEEN
KANSAS CITY On the ---
tion.To aftermath of the tragic disappearance HEAVY
make matters even worse, of two of its Task Mock WeddingThe DUTY
once some leaders decide to 'get Force Workers and a student in youth of Mt Zion, request T---
on the band-wagon of some Mississippi, CORE will open its the honor of your pre- HEAVY WRINGER'I
candidate, for emotional reason 22nd annual convention at the sence at the marriage of Cor- DUTY WASHER -
they proceed to attempt to Municipal Auditorium here on delia Mae Eugenia to Mr Johnnie 4
blacken the reputation and call July 2.CORE. I Appleton on Thursday, the AUTO Land .
them all kinds of unpleasantnames hundred 79-95
National Director James ninth of July, nineteen
any other Negro who Farmer, who ihas been in Mis- and sixty-four at eight o'clock- $119.95
might be in the camp of the sissippi helping on the investigation Mt. Zion .Baptist Church Re- up
other candidates. and CORE National fectory, 301 NW Oth St.,, Miami, I V I HV
Politics is a hard taskmaster, Chairman Floyd McKissick will Fla. 11 1 and up Also Rebuilt Washers
there is no to learn address' the opening public ,.
easy way Tickets may be secured from
the fine arts of the game in meeting to be held at 7:30: p.m., any youth member of the ..- ---liiH All makes $69.95 up
which even the basic fundamental July 2.Dick. I church or purchased at the EASY CREDIT TERMS

rules are constantly chang- Gregory, famed comedian door for a donation of 25c chil- STOP BY FOR FREE OFFER
ing, BO this news that a former who also has been In Mississippi dren; 35c adults. Do enjoy a delightful -
fair haired, Shining Knight, the in connection with the evening. REBUILT WASHERSOF
darling of the Negro voters in case and author Louis Lomax, OPA-LOCKA Inc. MU 5-1504
1960 is firmly ensconsoed In the distinguished author, will address Euphrates Abbitt, chairman ,
camp of their bitterest opposition the closing session at Rev. Edward T. Graham, 1290 Ali Baba Avenue Opa-locka, Fla.
of 1961 should shock some 7 p.m. on July 5. pastor r
of them into the realization that
there is more to Southern Politics In addition to the regular
sessions which will ... ... NOW RUNNING
and Southern Politicians plenary --------- -- ----
than some lukewarm promiseson ence, education and schools etc.
Civil Rights.In Seven hundred people from NOW! is the Time to Sell r
CORE'S 150 chapters across the
the recent election all of country are expected to attend That Home.. Use a Times'
the candidates for Governor, set policy on crucial Issues fac-
with the' possible: exception of ing the civil rights movement,
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MEMORIALS DEATHSMIAMI MRS. EVA WARREN of 245
NW 11th St., died June 26. Survivors r
are a daughter Josephine -
--- Johnson, a sister, Mary
TIMES MIAMI FLA. IN MEMORIAM Lee Haynes, two brothers, Jessie M

. PAGE 12 SATURDAY JULY 4, 1964 shipped and Ben.to The Brown body Funeral was

In sad but loving memory of Home In St. George, S.C. A 4 f7
our dear daughter and gran-

IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe daughter, HENRY P. GILLIAM of 837
NW 1st court died June 29.
loving memory of our dear family of the late Survivors are his wife, Mrs.
one, F Dessle A. Qllllam, a sister Mrs.
Annie C. Brown, two brothers,
rL Frank Moberry and George Gil-

Ham, an adopted son, Eugene
Gilbert. Services held in the :
A w Mw chapel Friday. The body was rM.rM.1. ,
shipped to the Bailey Funeral

_'kYS-; Home in DeLand. : ,{ )..".11t "-

MRS. MARY ELLEN WOOD- t,sy',:, rr7 : :,-;, I

( SIDE of Nassau, Bahamas, who ;.d fib, j '" h:
was here for a short visit died ;0:>

., June 30. Surviving are her hus i k. : .. :'jMRS j
'
:; I '
k band, William, a daughter, Mrs. a. ', : i
I go .4' ? Ruth Bastlan, a son, Anthony,
+. ; an adopted daughter, Mrs. VICTORIA HIGGS, a
% 41A Marie Rolle three brothers,
Y charter member of Ebenezer
Henry, John and Freddie Mun-
Methodist Church, died June 25.
nings, three sisters, Mesdames
Mrs. of 935 NW 52nd
f Higgs, St.
Lenora Curry. Gwen Hanna and
.' native of Nassau Baha-
} was a ,
Doris Fitzgerald ten
grand-
b mas and had lived in Miamifor
children. The body was shIp-
40 Her survivors
A ped to the Bethel Brothers Fun years. are
four daughters, Mesdames Pauline
] -
eral Home in Nassau.
H. Johnson, Thelma Devoe

ELVA MAE ROLLE Infant Boy Shelton son of Phyllis Wellington Johnson andHelen
Holston three sons Earl
; ,
Who departed this life July 3, Mrs. Beatrice Shelton died June Kenneth and Rudolph; three
MRS. ELOISE REYNOLDS 28.
Incomplete
1061. Gone, but not forgotten. Arrangements are ; sisters and two brothers. Ser-
LEWIS WILKERSON of 308 Truman Ave, Key West I Grant unto her, O Lord eternal vices held at Eebenezer Thurs.
rest and light perpetual day.
Who departed July 4, 1963. Fla wish to express their may .
shine her FRANCIS
thanks to the friends upon .
here many
Many a heart no longer ,
and Iva Rolle
Harry parents
Ah' wass all too only dear; who were very kind to us dur Grandmothers and family JOHN E. RUSSELL of 419
Yeti! 0 love, 'tis thou dost call ing our bereavement. She NW 13th St. died June 24. Ser-
Thou wilt be our all in'all. leaves to mourn her death, vices held Thursday at Eben- :'
Robert husband Benjamin
Reynolds ,
Albertha Wilkerson, Wife ezer Methodist Church with
Lewis Jr. and Cyril, Sons' Butler, father, Key West, CARD OF THANKSThe Rev. Aaron D. Hall officiating.
Butler brother
Fla., George ,
Diana Francis Sister
-I Survivors
include his
\.i e wife,
Hilma sister Denver, Colorado, Mrs. Inez family of the late
Kemp, Sarah; a step-daughter, Mrs. r
1 Adderly sister, Miami.
k George and, Colonel Wilkerson.
MRS. LEONA P. COLLINSwho Geneva Blackshear; a step-son,
Brothers Robert Hlggs.HERMAN .
died June 20, in New York
f IN MEMORIAMIn City wish to thank all o u r CLARK of 641 NW jgg:

IN MEMORIAMIn many friends and coworkersfor 2nd Ave. died June 27. Arrange
sad but loving of cards, flowers, telegrams ments are incomplete. Thereare
memory adother
condolences, donations, and no known relatives.
memory of the 'late, our loved one, acts of kindness duringour

hour of bereavement. CHARLES LINDSAY of 814

P The Family NW 1st Ct. died June 19. Services -
r.w held June 27 in the,: '
chapel. Survivors include his

IN MEMORIAM tives.wife, Ora Lee and other rela- : ::

In memory of our motherCHRISTINE
WOODY LEE WEST of 448
NW'' 14th Terr., died June 30. _

Services Monday at .m. at
the chapel. Remains will lie in

repose in the chapel 1 p.m. on ELDER ,JOHN T. TRUES-
Sunday. Survivors are his wife,
Minnie Lee; three daughters, a DALE. an associated minister
son, his mother, Mrs. Lula J. I of the Fifth Ave. Church of God
West, a sister.Expression. in Christ, died June 26. Among
4. his survivors are his wife, Mel-
}
of vina; two sons, woodrow and

Thanks John and three daughters, Ruby
and Mary Carey and Mildred

Y Mrs. Grace Wynn wishes to Wilson. Services 'held Thursdayat
+xo express her sincere gratitudeto Fifth Avenue Church of God
everyone wttio< rememberedher
her illness while in Christ.
..,, xos'totaxw.ae during
,1.J.\ iwkaWs t i Ka8N / she
confined
was for 16 days in

MRS. LILLIE MAE E. SIDNEY THOMAS H. (Daddy) MINGO Christian Hospital.
Infant Roberts, daughter of
Who this life June 21 Special thanks is extended to
this life 5 departed ,
Who departed July Howard and Joyce Roberts of
'
IOCS. Dear Love 9 has I Dr. C. M. Smith, her attending
1963 I love for the part of one years'
you
: 4435 NWi 23rd Ct., was stillborn
physician, the staff of the hospital
me that you brought out, you passed since you left us, It seemas
made my life not a reproach if it was yesterday, The old who rendered their ser- July 1. Graveside services held
but a song you are rememberedwith home is so lonesome no one to vices most efficiently and Monday.
love, we miss you. take your place. Some day ,we pleasantly, the faculty of Liberty -
Mr. Harry L. Sidney. Husband hope to meet you in that city N. DORSEY I City Elementary School,
Sister's, Brother's, Niece's and bright and fair, where loved the Managers Council of Dade DANCE BAND
Nephews ones will be together, and there who passed away July 3, 1960. County neighbors and friends
will be no parting there. The loved one that she left for their lovely flowers, donations Available for engagements
behind visitations numerous
Sadly missed by family. cards words of cheer/ and ir[ ,W. C. BAKER'S COMBO
CARD OF THANKSThe Mrs. Julia Mingo, Wife Might not appear to sight, consolation.These .
Ernestine MIngo Welters, Daugh Yet she must know some way, ;:Featuring Vocalist Little Clara
deeds
family of the late, Mrs terVanderlene Some how, we think of her you have done :, Jay
eech day. symbolize a very close feelingof
Minnie A. Johnson, who departed Edwards, DaughterRosa friendship. May God bless And Manny Cruz on Sax
this life June 10( ?, takes Bud Hall Sister We might not hear,we might not each of you in all your endea
this method of expressing* their Larry Mingo, Brother see vors. Call 691-2557
heartfelt thanks and gratitudeto Geraldine Lassiter, Granddaughter 1-; Indf
their many,friends relatives, Her Just as yesterday.Yet She Is now recuperating at
and neighbors, here and abroad, still she seems to be at hand home at 14201 NW 23rd Court.

for the many cards, letters, telegrams To cheer our tears away. h------------ ______. _____ ____ w____ _____ __,
floral sprays and wreaths This dear one lives not' here
I sent during the illness and deathof CARD OF THANKS 'tis true,

our loved one, Minnie Johnson -
Especially, we thank Rev. The family of the late But If wee skyward gazeWe'U
find there bright
Harold Stuart, Minister of St. up a
Mary's Wesleyan Methodist NORMAN L. JOHNSON star shines
II Church and the entire congrega- And know Joy fills her days.
tion including Mrs. Selina Far- wish to express our heartfelt The Family
rington, who voluntarily gave thanks for the kindness and
such wonderful services by keep- gratefulness shown us during
Ing vigil at nights when no one our time of sorrow. Special
DEATHSMr.
else was available, Mrs. -Aletha thanks to the neighbors and

Dean, and Mrs. Evelyn K. Johnson friends for flowers, Tanks '
who furnished Mrs. Johnson condolences and cards. William (Bunny) :Johnson'
and her husband with tasty also to,Rev. Kelly t pastor, menv passed In New York City, on
meals every week and,all those AME Church for their cooperation Sunday June 20, his remains NUYbaa Service for the Urine"
and the Range Funeral will be to West Fla.
who held prayer services for shipped Key ,
her to those auxiliaries whomad. Home. for burial on Sunday July 5, at Oscar L Range Funeral Home
donations, employees of Newman Methodist ChurCh. He
,Food Fair Stores and Sunset Mr. Johnson leaves, to mourn Is survived by big wife) Sybil M. Alkali Range Owner N. Patrick .
Drug for their contributions, to widow, Sallie';Mae Johnson, 1 Johnson mother Annie Johnson I Range, M..' .
'Francis ,Funeral Home for their daugter, Carry: ;Bobbs 1 son-in-' Sisters Mrs. Marguerite Thomp- 5727 NW.: Avenue
services law 4 graiidSbrothars, 2 .els kins Edwards Alice
very rendered. May Virginia ;
God Bless you all. ters; nieces nephews, 'relatives, Johnson and a ,host of other relatives OX 14)131) OX 14343CARDS

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SALE FOil RENT FOR RENT THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA.


CORNER, large 3-bedroom,, NICE 3-BEDROOM house, Opa- EFFICIENCY ana I-bedroom SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1964 PAGE 13
sprinkler system, wall locka area, $21 per week. Deposit apt. furnished or unfurnished,
araget required. Micklns Rental Air conditioned stove and refrigerator
I carpets, air condition,, _
NE
Agency 4-0500.
awning, 2 extra lots available, large room, quiet
owner, 4701 NW 3rd Ave. PL FURNISHED neighborhood adults only,
APT. Free lights 1210 NW 77th Terr.
1-7711 and water, 1870 NW 55th Terr..

635-0089. FOR SALENO
2375 NW 55 Terr. 3-bedroom,
furnished, low, low down payment RENT WITH OPTION, 2375 CLOSING COSTS 2-bed- NOTICE !
$70 month. Open after furnished NW 55th Terr., 3-bedroom, rooms, Florida room, enclosed
2 p.m. JE 1-3184 or CA 1-4833. 2 p.m., $70 Phone month JE 1-3184 open after front porch, garage, awnings,
or
CA 1-4833. stove and refrigerator. Price is "
TEACHERS, Are $0,500, $300 down, $77 month.
you looking Life Realty, 4932 NW 7
for n. spacious, cool modern 2 LOVELY HOUSE, $20 and PL 0-4371. Open Sundays Ave.and e
home m Coconut Grove. Price $22 per week. Will make a
evening.
$19,000, $1,000 under FHA good deal with right$ party. .

appraisal Bird Ave., ''good terms, 3356 _Small family only. NC fH>500. GORGEOUS CBS 2-bedroom, IF:
oak floors and tile roof
$350
ROOM. Men only, $10 week, down month AGES of'25 and,45
quiet home. 1012 NW 75th St. $60 $10,500 total YOU ARE BETWEEN THE ,
WITH $8,500 CASIt'you get PL 8-4925. price. See at News'Realty Inc.
CBS 3-bedroom, 2 porches, 4740 NW 7 Ave. PL 4-OC55. YOU HAVE AT LEAST A HIGH SCHOOL

living, and Call ing room home, FURNISHED 1-bedroom cot- EDUCATIONYOU
fUh11s ed. 1779 NW 45 St. tage apt. $20 week Including You be
gas, electricity and water. 1012 can a champ HAVE GOOD HEALTH

TOTAL $10,000. Only $250 NW 75th St PL 8-49B5. Boxers NeededAny
GOOD REFERENCEYOU
YOU CAN FURNISH
clown and $68 month
all. per pays ROOM in nice quiet home. weight, any nationality,
Large Fla. CBS 2-
room
,
bedroom, carport, tile roof air Phone NE 4-5744, 2531 NW 55 apply to RAY KUVIN, 410 8W WISH A PERMANENT AND GOOD
conditioner. A. Ben-Korl Realtor St. 8th Ave., known const to coast, PAYING JOB
as a first class trainer and i
nights PL 9-5533, days PL
NEATLY
1-2213. FURNISHED rooms, manager. Boxing: gear furnish- YOU WISH A JOB THAT OFFERS
use< of kitchen, 1980 NW 58 St. fd. Has all credentials to show
NE 3-9908. Call 3773053. I ADVANCEMENT

TOTAL $12,500. Only $350
down and $83 month pays all. $13 WEEK. Three rooms part. --.----.-.--..--... THEN CONTACT:
CBS, corner, spotless home. ly furnished apt. 6039 NW 24 R. TAYLOR
Beautiful kitchen air condit- Ave. Free gas and water.
L. H. Portlock District Manager
ioned 2-bedrooms, stove, refrigerator ,
freezer, washing machine FURNISHED 3 room house, S
..This is the buy of the 1805 NW 5 Ct. $13 per week, 225.21 N. W. 9th StreetOR
year A. Ben-Korl, Realtor, furnished 4-bedroom house,
nights PL 9-5533, days PL 2768 NW 46 St. Private 'Detective and

1-2243. HO tor Investigating Bureau .,
a church home. .
Not more than $15 per week, ,Confidential In"f8U at lonlllAnywht'rt' Phone FR 41561Atlanta .
TOTAL $12,000 only $300 down write or call Rev. (Mother)
and $83 month pays all, 3-bed L W. Smith Quince, Tuesday anytimeAny
room CBS, enclosed garage thru cast repossessions
spotless, awnings complete air The Altar of Prayeerav1466 pNW .
condition; carpet. A. Ben-Korl. 69 Terr. Phone 696-4379.' 6680'S.W. 16th Street

Realtor, nights PL 9-5533.. days,
PL 1-2243. 1-BEDROOM, furnished duplex West Hollywood, Fla.
Adults only very clean, nice Life
4-BEDROOM, 2 baths, CBS quiet neghborhood. 1783 NW YU 3-4346
Fla. room, workshop, utility 42nd St. $20 week. A. Ben- ,
NEVER CLOSED
room, total $14,500 very Kori, Realtor nights PL 9-5533,
days PL 1-2243. .. .. .
large, lovely home. A. Ben- ---- -- -- -- Insurance Company
Korl Realtor nights PL 9-5533, -
days PL 12243.

NICE HOUSE, 444 NW 10th HOME BARGAINS
Ave. ',' "X., .7 ju111 .

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HOUSE, 3-bedroom '1%\' bath, 6928 NW 5th: Place

large: corner lot carport large,: 3-bedroom, t-bath plus apt.: or 4-bedroom, 2bath. ;*.,' FORD REALTY WISHES
Fla. $15,000. 2501 NW
room.
47th St. Phone 634-3732." Separate entrance. For income, CBS on two tots,. ALL A PLEASANT FOURTH ,.

$650 down. Move right In. $t1SOO.tota; price. :" *.." -.

OPEN 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday l SERVICE IS OUR MOTTO! .
and Sunday 420 NW 46th St. 4021 N. W. 23rd Ct. ?

carport Lovely, the CBS roof, Florida garage room.land Like new 3-bedroom!, completely redecorated.' -:}$695?.'.,- I I : We have over 200 homes In all parts of Dade County. :

scaped. Walled in yard, sprinkler down, more right In. No Qualifying.'k':: ; FROM $300 to $2,500 DOWN :,."
system, price l IR $12,000 with '
$300 down and $75 month. Life NW: Av'eM'. ;:; >: ,".' 1 \.: j .
Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave., PL 4030 3rd ;::... : : > 1 :.. I FHA Conventional No qualifying

9-4371 Huge 4-bedroom Fla. room and
move right In. ".SO month pay all.
NO CLOSING COSTS. Pretty
2-bedroom CBS, Jalotwled windows Direct from owner. Open Sunday WI 5-0886 FORD REALTY INC. .

awnings enclosed back .
porch, almost new stove and
refrk eratnr. House Is spotless 560 NW 54th Street 758-8761.
Inside and out $9,000 with $300
,
down and $75 month. Life Real ,
ty, 4032: N 7th Ave. PL 94371.
Open Sundays. SAVE THIS COUPONGOOD


NO QUALIFYING.} CBS du- AT ANY TIME FOR ONE WISE LOOK AHEAD!
GET
tex' 2-bedroom each side
roof furniture, appliances.with .

rent free$COO down.one mortgage.You can Life live FREE SERVICE CALL $390 DOWN $8,990 TOTAL

Realty, 4932>> NW 7th Ave. PL Come a Runnin'

5-4371. Open Sundays. ..
'
-r. If you wish a good ,buy in a. CBS 3-bedroom, 2bathhome
On TV radio
stereo
LOVELY 3-bedro6tn, Ifla your or Manor Park| area. Only $79 per month, no
room oak floors carport and:
MAKES AND MODELS qualifying.
appliances $350 down $79 c '.c ALL
month $11.500 total price. See NEW! NEW!
_
at News Realty. Inc., 4740 NW USED TV $19.95 up 'u ALL WORK GUARANTEED

7 Ave. PL 4-OC55. 90 DAYS A Home With a Heart

There is difference in this home which you will see..
"NO CLOSING COSTS. CBS duplex T.V. 2636 NW 62nld St. construction and planningfor
2-bedrooms each side.tlle Rowimc Care has been taken in
* roof appliances With $600 the modern family in modern: living. Paymentsless

down you can live rent free than rent Only $1,200 down.
:"us the monthlv payments are
Life $650 Down Duplex!
onlv $89.75. FHA terms. I Duplex
"Realty, 4912 NW 7 Ave. PL HOMES! SWEET! HOMESNO
Have tenants
'9-4371. Open evenings and Sun- CLOSING COSTS We need an owner for this property.
days. for each apartment but present owner b ill and
conditioned fruit treea, large living
air very
3-bedroom, take
cannot tafce care of renting. One apartment
LOVELY CBS'In heart of room with real fireplace. One bedroom has private entrance Other apartment freeand
of payment.
Manor Park tile roof rues to rent or use as a small business like a beauty salon. $10,800 care mortgage
appliances. extra wide lot price clear for you. See today.
1 III only $10,500. $250 down and total price, $350 down, $72 month pays alL We are open 9 a.m. to 6 p.roi

$61 month. Don't miss this! PROFESSIONAL DREAM HOUSE on 8 lots, garage fenced t Call to see
LiCe Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave
PL 9-4371. Open Sundays and jara, no.qualifying.: 1 mortgage, a real _beauty. $14,000 fall '

evenings. 1 price, ZTOO down, $110 month. TRIO REALTY

BEE: 1743 NW. 41st Street. 3-bedrooms, pins extra lot. .,SOO

JOYCE'S INFANT NURSERY. fun price all caah,,firm.
1 month to 2 vears. Clean 801 NW 54th Street

-ex modern,:>ertence.facilities.' Call Have 681-0205 nurse's I Colon Realty NE 4-0490'or NE 4-8634: '759-8372 '6912868FOR '

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New Kind Of Ministry! ,,'.. ,.' 60 Unemployed


I

The director of the National was the awarding of a social '
Council of Churches' Commis- action citation to the Rev. r' Wanted NowSixty
sion on Race and Religion said James Donald Rice, presidentof k
Tuesday, June 23, that the the Hot Springs, Ark., NAACP '
time has come for ministers to Branch. Presentation was made hold Is
unemployed people are
unemployed.
practice "a new kind of Interpretative by Bishop Stephen Gill Spotts-
needed to take a free Job training Tyson said that anyone In-
ministry" In the midstof wood, chairman, NAACP Boardof
what he termed today's"freedom Directors. with pay course in Commercial terested In taking this shouldgo
movement." Cooking and Baking by ; to the FSES s Hotel and
Also the Rev. Carl the Florida State Employment Restaurant Office located at
To assume this new inter- executive secretary of Fine i- \. Service starting on July 6, it 461 S.W. 1st St., Miami or call
pretive role, declared the Rev. cago 111., NAACP Branch, cited I R was announced by Harry L. 377-2411 for further information -
Dr. Robert W. Spike, ministers the Rev.. Clarence Cobb of that : Tyson, Miami Metropolitan Area .
must leave "the safety of a city, for outstanding church i Manager for the FSES.
comfortable pulpit. Ho said NAACP membership. In a recent Tyson said that those people
"We must be willing to risk membership drive, Mr. taking this free training will be Woman Starving -
losing our acceptability: with Cobb's entire congregation, eligible to receive a weekly allowance -
the power structure of our cityor 3,129 persons, Joined the NAACP. of between $28.00 to $6,000 Nearby
state, If the solution of a Others taking part In
programof Mrs. Charity Jenkins of 1330 $38.00 if they qualify. The training
knotty problem to
requires us the breakfast Included NW 66th St. Informed will for 1C weeks and
take was today run OCA LA Sheriff's
a stand that offends that deputiessaid
NAACP Executive Secretary
that her daughter, Deanna training will be conducted at
structure. Roy Wilkins: Father T. R. Gibson has been selected for enlistment I Lindsey Hopkins Vocational Monday a 77-year-old
of Miami, and Kivie Kaplanof Negro woman was found In a
Dr. Spike's challenging: address bv the United States School. bed sick from starvation
was delivered at a breakfast bers Boston; Mr. ,Kaplan's NAACP son Board, Edward memo Air Force selection] board In Tyson added that there is always but very with a strongbox beside

for minister-delegates to and Rev. E. FranklIn Jackson San The Antonio, Texas. I a shortage ,of commercial her containing $6,132 in cash,
the 55th quality control
annual convention of programof cooks and bakers In this area bonds and
government
and Rev. John H. Satterwhite, savings
the National the Air Force requires that
Association
for the
both of Washington.The i and the opportunity for steady account receipts.
ladles
Advancement of Colored people, young be competitively employment at good wages In
in session here. The early morning selected by a national board. I.
ministers' breakfast Is an this occupation Is excellent.To .
Marriage
affair was attended by 150 annual Miss Jenkins became Interested
affair
out-of-town and local church- NAACP Church promoted by the In the program becouse she qualify for this; free Job JOHNSON REDMOND
Department.
men. Is convinced that the USAF offers training, a person must be 16
The Rev. Edward J. Odom Jr., of older and un- Miss Anthanett :Marie John-
or
Highlight of the breakfast Is NAACP Church a combination of educa- years ape ,
Secretary. tional opportunities and interesting employed. To receive a weekly son and Mr. Archie Redmond
careers that Is unequaled 1 allowance ef between $28.00 and were married on Tuesday June
anywhere for today's modern $38.00 a person must be over 30, at the Matthew Temple
1 young woman. 16 years of age, unemployed, AMEZ Church parsonage, the
I Deanna was graduated from have at least two years previous ceremony was perform: by
Miami Northwestern High work experience of any Rev. Daniel Prldgen. Many
School In June of 1964. kind, We: the head of a familyor i thanks for all gifts and goodWill -
She has been very active In household] or be a member wishes that were sent by
the Senior Girl Scouts and Is of a family or household where I .
currently serving on the Exe- the head of the family or house The Weaver and Wipper Fam.
k cutive Board of the Teen Broadcasting .
Association of Miami.

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4 made available] for which they Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
are not fa mil La r.' '
It Is estimated that 687 families -
Q44 r will be displaced
by expressway "MR. JACK"
construction In the segment
between NW 21st St. NW 14th FOR

t 4 '., 4 c r0 t, -, Ave.St., and NW Oth PJ NW 3rd STYLES FOR ALL AGES

4t .. ';'d L 4 4 In order to avoid confusion ., The .Ve y Latest in Men's Fashions

families will be taken Into the I ,
relocation workload as notifi- SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS

cation Is received from the ... ITALIAN SHOES
State Road Department that
4nw; owners of properties have closed 944 NW' 2nd'Ave. Miami, Florida
or have signed agreementsto
4 sell. ,

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Bob Hayes, the latest recording "Runnln" which For The Finest Moderate Rates
Apartments at Call
FAMU sprinter who has visited Bob will be doing a lot of this : -
here recently as the house Olympic year. Shown above
I guest 'of Mr. and Mrs. Bill y from left to right are: Billy i l l
Rolle, Is shown here receiving Rolle, manager, Mary Hylor,
a copy of Miss Mary Hylor'si1NM.I' Bob Hayes. BONDED

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I RENTAL


Urban Renewal MeetsThe '


Metropolitan Dade County tlon Officer, emphasized that P AGENCY INC.
Urban Renewal Agency while the meetings- are design!
through the cooperation of the ed to help those families who
Greater Miami Ministerial Alliance are directly affected by the expressway -
will hold a series of and urban renewal x' The ,largest collection and rental
weekly meetings to Inform site programs, everyone Is Invited
residents on the progress of the to attend.

program. RENEWAL AGENCY TO agency in the South; operating in

The meetings will also serveas OPEN RELOCATION OFFICEON w
a means for Informing residents 3rd AVE. Dade and Broward Counties'
in the path of the expressway .. a

to them of the In the services process available of- ty The Urban Metropolitan Renewal Agency Dade Coun will HON: L. L. BROOKS Negro Housing areas.
moving. Social workers have
open a relocation site office on President, I
already begun to Interview
NW 3rd Ave.
early In July.The
families to help plan relocationand location and office hours will GEORGIC:!] JIARTII, General Manager
to provide assistance with be '
announced later. '
other problems. The office MANAGING AND MAINTAINING
will serve as an Information MORE THAN

Rev Edward T. Graham, pre- center and resource for families 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
sident of the Ministerial Alliance displaced by expressway con-
announced that the meetings -- struction.In Bonded' also has employment,'service at main office
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; beginning' at 8 p.m., will an effort to minimize the
4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
beheld In five churches In the problems families ,
may encounter -
right-of-way vicinity of the expressway In moving, two social work- A fall time public relation* Dept. to assist you In Miring y tar problem. I
and the urban
ers have been
renewal area. The dates, vide assistance assigned In securing to pro-private Plus a fleet of cam giving door to door service for tenant convenience I

I place'of meeting are as follows: rental, private sales arid On nights and,Sundays for emergency service call PL 9-8733 :
July 6 St; John Baptist public housing. Assistance will MAIN OFFICE !
Church 1328 NW 3rd Ave., also be given to families with I
Rev. T. Johnson, pastor. I problems or needs that are not 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9.8733 i'

July 13 Mt. Zion Baptist being serviced by a social service Vandalism done ''by a few is iI I
r agency. expensive to aIL Pleaae help.. stop this
Church 301 NW 9th St. Rev ,
evil C. A. Lockhart
unnecessary -
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,j | ., pastor. w" Whitehead, Relocation -
Officer, announced that I
July 22 r Greater Bethel recent' meeting' was !held with a 11 CONVENIENT' LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

A.AME Cousin- 245, pastor.NW;8th St. Rev. S. the heads, of various social 1193 N.W. 3rd Ave. ............ PR '3-S416' 17? 5 'ITemeatead Ave.

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Thompson, 'pastor. oases.FamUles. 4240 N.th Ave ... .. NE 3-3400.' Pompano.._.-......-_ WE 31
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delegates filled the aliditodum discussions at the- Workshops. by Phil OMofer"IM. ,
and Mrs, bagman Wilson .. "...
they preceded to work on pro 111' Il"' u. ..R'1: !, "Funland" Studied
her speech which had JV-
began ( to posals and recommendations .r
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Though I speak with the ton.
into German For
Virginia
After dinner they Key
available
FrenchaandtD were -
gues of men and of angels, and
and I shall read some of have not charity, I am becomeas Construction of a 2.5 million
She said, the march was them sounding brass, or a tinkling r dollar amusement center on
had cymbal." Corinthians : commissioners who ordered an
very impressive carrIedout Consideration shall ((1
be given immediate study of the
its purpose. The fourteen the continuing 13: ,) propo
committee
ladies leading' the march to r" sal.The
were
met at the gate of the Julanne channels of communication be What is charity? In the wordsof I center would be built on
Zazarne by Mr. Goodheart: ot tween the women's groups in haul it means love, benevolence 00 acres of city land adjoining
the NATO countries. Conside- and goodwill; that dispo- : the Miami Marine Stadium. It
the NATO Netherland Council, organizer of ration should be given to the sition of the heart which Inclines I would be financed by private
the
who receiv* possibility of three who would lease the
a language men to think favorablyof persons
ed the hundreds# of copies of news-letter In French, German their fellow-men and to do land from the city.
petitions that had been sighed and English them good. It includes, Included in the plans submitted
by the people of the NATO love God supreme : by Elton Gary a Dade Insurance -
to and
universal ""good I
Countries. The many signatures Proposal by the German women will men.Charity. .: :, executive, and Richard
of the petitions given me were that in 'September l9tt( it .. ' those of well-known scientists, being the 25th anniversary of as Paul describes It, rI JI are:
humanitarians, doctors, writersetc. the start of World War II, a se. is rarely seen in this day. It is II"V. ., ". ",I..!.. A Pavilion with a capacity of
., and they too, were present. cond NATO Women's Peace the water that could snuff out I I" : r A 3.500 for nationwide teJE'Castsl
ed. Following the petitions was Conference be convened in the fire of segregation, were It local TV events, dances, and
our Usual symbol of the tranquility West Germany. I applied. Alas! realizing that this meetings.
of life; the presentation flame could eventually con- 4' At lease two restaurants, 18
of flowers I am afraid: it em- Since July 15 Is the day the surpe us."Charity. major rides for adults and teenagers .
barrassed the gentleman a lit- 336 Seamen from seven coun- and a special "kiddie
tle, as the ladies were insisting tries including West Germany suffereth long, and I Fletcher A. Paschal 111, son land" with 10 ride for children.
that he 'hold the flowers in his will go on duty on the first is kind; charity envleth not; of Mr. and Mrs Fletcher) Paschal Control of the facility wouldbe
arms, and the press was tak- MLF ship Diddle, we propose charity vaunteth not Itself andis Jr., Is attending an eight divided between the city 1
ing pictures of this. He told that on that day there be not puffed up." ((1 cor. 13:4): ) week Chemistry Institute at and the Investors plus advisory
us the Dutch Minister of demonstrations against MLF. One does not exalt himself over Southern University in Baton boards of religious leaders and
Foreign Affairs would be gladto simultaneous NATO Nation demonstrations his fellow-men if he has charity Rouge La. Fletcher i Is a Juniorat teenagers.A .
receive wife of our delega- against MLF. Charity enables him to see the Miami Northwestern Senior landscape architect has
tion if we would make an appointment similarities in oil mankind, to High School. been hired to Insure that the
through congression. August 6, 1961 the anniver- recognize all as brothers in the center- would not have a
al channels. That gave us some sary of the bombing of Mirashi image of God. 19th AnniversaryThe "honky-tonk" look. No alcoholic -
thing to think about. Which ma be declared an International beverages would be soldor
five delegates should day of peace on which demon- I We may have faith and hope permitted at the center,
sent the fourteen? She continued repre- strations take place around the thinking we are right with Godbut Liberty Savings Club Is Gary told commissioners.He .
it is strange that I, an world, including an interna- if we lack charity our celebrating)\ Its 19th anniversarywith asked for and received,
American woman should be addressing ational delegation of women to faith is unfounded and our aproqrnm on Sunday July unanimous support for his suggestion
European Women in wait upon the Secretary Gener. hope is lost, for as Paul has 5, at the Ebenezer Methodist that he meet with city
shown us if have charity Manager M, L. Reese to work
al of the United Nations and we not -
It Church 3p: 1012 N.
a European city. really shows | .m W 3rd.
and draft
local national delegations wait we are nothing and have a proposed lease
that we are trying to breakdown nothing. Ave. t the public is invited. agreement.
the barriers that sepa- upon their own national responsible -
rate one country' from another.I 'heads. It is am saying what my collea- ed that balloons bearing slogans
gues would wish me to say today about Hiroshima and that the Phyllis WheatleyThe
not so much welcome to bomb will never be used again Attention!! Attention
this conference but rather thanks be floated into the world slkies Phyllis Wheatley Art /

for a quick and courageous response This completed our trip to and Social Club met at the
to our call for aid. the Hague, we now prepared to home of Mr. and Mrs. Baker, .. SEE THE FABULOUS NEW
1150 N. W. 41st Street Mon- .
After a rather: lengthy speech, go to Paris, Frankfurt and London day night June 22nd for business -
greetings were brought to the as the guests of foreign and recreation. The President "Sunshine Homes"Now
group by various delegates and delegates. I shall try and tell Mrs. Wilhemena Sands
they too, had to be translated.It brought' an informative and interesting -
was a long procedure but we you how Impressed we were report from the Wo-
had to realize that only about with these visits in my next men's Federation Clubs which Open For Public
57 of us understood English. A week's report. met at Ft. Pierce, Florida. Display
short intermission was called. Members attending the .convention -
just long enough for us to have were Mesdames Clements, New Low Down Payment
dinner, and then we divided ntcv 1" Add rley, and Price. Mrs. Baker
into four workshops. The Multilateral proved a delightful hostest. Open Everyday Including Sun. 2-6 p.m.
force and immediate Por
Quality fMIM.PL The Phyllis Wheatley' Club is
These homes have
threat Germany Poses was dis planning a picnic at Crandon : new everything you
cussed. The Germans have Park Pit No. 1 on July 9. 1004*
threatened us twice before and 1-4 and members and friends are want, Mr. and Mrs. Home Buyer. See
now threatening with a nuclearwar. cordially invited to attend.
The 750 German women M. Daniels, Reporter. them !
know this danger and join us
in protest. It was suggestedthat .
we hold conferences in all ..

certed NATO countries action with and all'have the a wo-con. Jolly Friends ClubThe Location of these new homes:

men in the peace movements Jolly Friends Club met
participating.We I on Saturday, night June 27 on
the lawn of the home of Mrs. 1112 N.W. 37th Street
were Informed that women's LOT OWNERS! M. I. Daniels. After business
strike for peace is accredited and recreation, the club clos-
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and they have a per- w. Flan, ff lde and .t. ed for the summer months.
manent observer at the United The members wish to thank
Nations. They have been accredited Yovr plan or owCal. the many friends who attendedthe 5221 N.W. 5th Ave.

since 1962. They have .. Built Homes "Sip", June 14, and madeIt .... .
been received by the United a success. '
Nations many times. Attract Addition. Mrs. Bertha Lewis, President
EXCLUSIVE BY
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They have visited NATO QaaNty Alterations
Missions which consist of' four-
teen missions, Including West Good bank financing News Realty Inc.
Germany. It was mentionedthat ,
although France is not a wD t I1 f F7Qaoaoa
member of the United Nationsit r-- 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655

the should Geneva come Disarmament to its place Con-in (! Q

ference. The conference is composed
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only seventeen are seated. After ,
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much discussion pro and con
we adjourned. The hour was
late and the delegates were Lincoln Fields Apartments
very tired. Thursday morning, For Best Remit
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Boxing Notes Around

Last week at Little River years
j Auditorium, under the auspicesof il
Reynolds Park Optimist Club D.C., :
cf North Miami Beach, a box-
ing was witnessed by almost a tion COACHES ATTEND They are: Rufus Trible (left),.
packed house. Credit goes to CLINIC -.These coaches: Jlmnite Anders, John Gore, and
Nell, Chonln, president, Harvey .
area schools were In at
his Nathaniel "Traz" P o'w ell.
chairman of boxing, and I
Baxter, at the annual Florida
Buddy Pack for arranging the Ing M University Coaching Coach Powell served as a guest
bouts. Here are the results: in Tallahassee recently. clinician during the clinic. I
Jerry Powers won from Wins- he
ton Greene G rounds; Jerome the
zine reports. The breakdown
Holloway won from Charlie
Jordan 4 rounds; Ed. Williams he Negroes In Major also,notes that there are 50 Negro
won by TKO in second round Coral outfielders; 23 in fielders;
over Roy Reid. Reid broke his Baseball 15" .pitchers and five catchers.
hand in the second round. The I i
doctor stopped the fight. Char ( heir yetrs 'of service range
can I 93 Negro baseball play-
,frDm Minnie Minoso's 14 years
Thomas |
lie Skoch won from C. J. ,
this
In Major'
the
Leagues ,
6 rounds Jack Johnsonwon down to,a whole crop of rookies
; will earn in excess of '
in them
serving their first year
from Herman Dixon 8 million, Ebony magazine re Jors. The average
rounds.*. *._ .. in Its June issue in a service for the Negro payers
baseball roundup. breaks down to 4.3 years,Ebony
Blonde BombshellThe er Negro monthly magazine, notes ,
blond bombshell, Walter that Willie Mays' $105,000 [The San Francisco Giants, led
Stevens, formerly of Newark, all players and estimates I
the most
: have
New now making his he Is Aaron of the Milwaukee by Willie Mays,
home JerseYi in Florida for the his is second among Ne- Negro players with eigth,
1 past 15 years. At the age of 16 to : with salary of li$80OFrank$ Ebony reports Pittsburgh
l' he started to box. In his first followed Pirates are next with seven Negroes
1 26 bouts, had 26 straight knockouts of the Cincinnati Red- .
went on and had 170 fightsin with $70,000. I
which he fought 8 world new
Ebony'estimates m>
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