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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 11, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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4tlt YEAR, No. 45 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATTURDAY, JULY 11, 1964 16 PAGES 10XCENT3 '1



Clergy Offers Governor 'I


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a .y Desegregation Plan ilj!;


: -W iWfy Mixed Group of advisement.The The Rev. Nelson W. Plnder.
Negro priest from Orlando, said f fi
Ministers Talk With group declined to discuss fI
"This Is not a pressure group*
*x details of the plan pre- He said that further Information I
1 r M GovernorA sented the governor, because about the meeting would
they did not want to rock the
have to come from, the' governor
pit nine-member group of Central boat, said Rabbi Benno M. Wnl- '
i p Florida clergymen, comprising I l&ch of Orlando.In .
Jews' Episcopalians and
1t' 1P a .* 1. Protestants, met Monday inTallahassee"w a news conference last
1th Gov. Farris week, Bryant stated his posi-
Bryant and offered a plan to tion as follows:

peacefully desegregate J Florida "Segregation has 'always been

I t y f I w 2 The ministers represented my policy. In my official capa-
%1 congrgatlons at Winter Park, city, it is my function to establish -
Orlando and Cocoa Beach and maintain a climate in
,
v---- society which permits people ,
Attending a reception given of Nassau. A closed door conference was to establish those relationshipsamong' r.,
by Sir Stafford Sands,, llalm- The Ijlnkslo in their Bon- held with Bryant for over 40 themselves? consistent
Youth minutes and the Rev. James C. with their own freedoms and
mae Minister' of Tourism and vice for Program seek
Park and the the freedom of others that they
of Winter
:
Terfry
Finance, honoring members of and encourage gifted and tap; "
under desire.
took the
the Links, In<%, ore (left to anted children and provide governor: plan I
right) Mm. Wiictte Merritt, 304 meaningful experience for those !
Holbrook 8k, Danville, Va.; who are educationally and cujtnralljr -

MrsGwendolyn, Welters, Miami deprived, were holding r4 ( Vr
Mrs. K. V. A. Nassau AUGUSTINE
Rodgers, ; their 14th National Assemblyat ST.
Mrs; James Chambers, Miami;
Mrs W. A. Clement, Durham, the Nassau Bench Hotel in

N.C. and Mrs. Vernice CooperMississippi Nassau.

I OPENS UP SLOWLYIng ; M ,i

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Bigots Bomb -Negroes and whites in St. they were there only to

I Augustine ate In the same res- harass.
turant Wednesday as Integra-
tionists demanded and got civil Most of the teams of Inte- +*
House""Lfke
"Freedom
rights racial compliance violence.after a monthof Southern gratlonlsts Christian sent out Leadership by the r

,' gunshots, only much CUrtis' Hays 21 a ,'''McComb Of the 29 restaurants visited, Conference and served.were"''quietly..eated

louder," three explosions..damr Negro and BNC'stalt worker, Negroes were refused service in "
aged houge' In McComb, Miss., early, crawl out of the rubble.A drive. One refused to serve tionists were children, who
Wednesday morning. living room and bedroom some of the Integrationists. ,were given money and told to
were heavily damaged and a bring back receipts for their 'e err
Slightly Injured were' two deep hole was left in the floor. Two white intergratlonlsts meals. A log was kept by one
civil rights workers one were chased out of a drug store. 'of the white staff members of
white. Eight others were sleep One 'was caught inside and was I. the SCLC and comments made r,
Teenager Dies dragged down a flight of steps on the reception of each place

ing.Fire trucks were sent to the Playing Russian before he could free himself. visited.

scene by the police department, : agreedto Some restaurants hung up
One restaurant owner Golf 111
Anyone
but there was no blaze. Showing; off has never been two Negroes but "closed for alterations" signs
such n good thing to practiceand serve and some lunch counters clos-
refused service to two other An added attraction thegreens
In theagency's on
An FBI spokesman It certainly was everything ed In stores that kept open.
New Orleans office Negroes and two whites, sayMr. In Tallahassee.this sum-
but good for an 10-year-
said, "We are making a'full in- old boy last Friday. Some business men said they mer has been Florida A and
vestigation. Technicians will Jimmie grocery Lee Wilson, the unfortunate rr f r were not serving; the demon- M Uunlvcrslty coed Faye Amanda
examine the house." victim shot himself strators because of the drive, Boyd, shown here on the
In the head playing Russian but because of the new civil golf course at Jake Gaither
Ed Rudd, a spokesman for roulette to impress girls. He rights law.Three Park A native of Pensacola.
the Student Non-Violent Coor- died Saturday In the Jackson segregationist leaders Fla., end daughter of Dr and
dinating Committee, said three Hospital. 'moved from store to store to Mrs. S. W. Boyd Sr., of that
quart oil cans I "which we believe of- Homicide Detective H. O. watch the integrationists make city, Miss Boyd is a senior majoring -
contained an eploslve Smith said that Wilson who their test.iLee In music at FAMU. During
some sort "were found In out-the lived at 2920 ,NW 48th St.. hot the 1003-04 academic year,
side the frame house himself In the right temple Friday .. she served as queen of the' Florida
Negro section of McComb. at 3250 NW 48th St., the' Stars In A and M Reserve Officers'

"We think the three can a home of his girl friend. T h e Training Corps unit.
exploded," he said. The FBI officer said Wilson was show- f faN
has the cans. Ing off for the young girls:
UM 'Othello'Julius


Travis Lee Jr., a grad.
uate of Booker T. Washington
High School and winner of The
.. r Miami Herald Silver Knight (
Award in speech and drama is
currcntly'playlDa the role of
Othello, the Moor of Venice in
'the Southern Repertory company .
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presentation of Shakespeare -
,' at the University
8 plays *
and Mrs. Willie Wilson of of Miami's Beaumont Halt y
14500 Harrison $t., Richmond
Height. wish to, annonncethe !! In the second year of the
marriage of their daughter, Shakespearean 'festival, Lee
Alice Marie, to Bernard Carlton did short bits boatswain layer in
; 1.,, w ,,1 I Polder of 1S44 NW 68th "Hamlet," a "The
{ Tern, Miami Mr. Loftier Is the ;:Tempest and as Plndarus in
on of Mr. and 1\\..... Cyril Polder ,"Julius Caesar." Last year he
8r.Numbers. moved up to the more Important -
role of Lord ROM In'"R1ch
ard I1H'a Trojan priest in"
t f Game Goes :"Trollus and Crewlda" and
Lord In :John.
Bigot "King
To District Court
t Dr. ,Delmar Solem chairmanof ..
Police need not reveal to the the University Drama Department James Farmtrv national president
defendant a numbers ticket and executive director: of the' Congress of racial
,
; -- ,_ 'W'J; '..-t': purchased by a confidential informant I of the festival; Hank Dlers, Equality will ',come to ,Miami
I the District Appeals r managing director of the festival Thursday for a CORE mass
"Freedom Exhibit" to the'' public on 'July 3rd at Court said this week In revers- and Robert Lowery: whois meeting at 'Greater Bethel
the Roosevelt(Community Room. ing itself. directing "Othello" believe AME Church at 8 p.m
Juanita Thompson assistant The' unique exhibit; depicts the John R. Barrett, city attorneyhad Lee has progressed sough to
secretary of, the Roosevelt Savings many' champions of civil liberties argued that to force author- handle the role. ''Mr. Farmer, has,appeared: be-
and Loan Association 6015 in history and is 'part.,of ities to turn over the lottery Lee plays opposite Jeff' GU-: this -in. Greater
Miami
NW 7th* Ave. examines one the 'first anniversary, celebration ticket would enable numbers len as lagq. Gillen was this but his first official

category*in .the.. "Freedom ,Exhibit ,, of Roosevelt a fully" integrated ..',' sellers to figure out easily who the besuactor award winnerat appearance with : the
gallery which opened free institution."* was betraying them. university. Miami chapter.

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' TIMES MIAMI FLA. NAACP Maps Plans For Speedy

FACE 2 SATURDAY, JULY] 11, 1964

Implimentation of 'Rights' BillA


five-point blueprint for
implementation of the civil Atlantic Coast
rights bill law was developedand

approved by delegates at- Sunday School And
tending the 55th convention.The .

Implementation program BTU Meets in
A outlined In a convention resolu-
0
tion calls upon local and state Nassau
units of the NAACP;

Sgt. and Mrs. THOMAS GLASS 1 the summer. 1. "TO SEEK Immediate J The 33rd annual session of the
and their four children arrived BILLY JOHNSON, Dorsey compliance with the provi- Atlantic Coast Sunday School
last week from Japan where choral director, is off to Jamaica sions on voting In Title I 1I and BTU Congress, Deacon
they were stationed with the for:, some fun in the sun and Insist on the widest pos- I I Chas. E. Gibson and Mrs. K.

U. S. Army during the past I'M IMPRESSED by that sible exercise of the voting II I Trottle, district superintendent -
four years. Sgt. Glass Is a son $75,000 pledge made by the privileges by citizens to Insurea and president, will con-
of the Rev. and Mrs. Wilfred 15th National Assembly of political climate in which the vene at Bethel Baptist Church,
Glass of 1757 NW 69th St. Links, Inc. to the NAACP Legal civil rights bill can succeed." Nassau, Bahamas, Dr. H. w.
Brown, pastor, July 15-19.
Defense Fund during their Immediate "con-
. .THE LONG Independence 2. TO SEEK
Day Weekend offered many Nassau meeting. This sum is ferences with public officialsto ij i Delegates from the Miami
"hostesses the opportunity of to be paid over a three-year gain broad community sup- and West Palm Beach areas
entertaining guests and MI- period. port for the bill, to launch an i
will leave by plane Tuesday at
amians went all out for picnics educational program to make
barbecues, cook-outs, etc. LLOMA GREEN Is the happy the general puWlc aware of the 11:30: a.m1.' Another plane trans-
hostess to the Cuello family new law, and to seek wide com- porting the choirs of Mt. Oli!-
VIVIAN BEAMON national of Gary In<3. Dr. and Mrs. munity acceptance of Its pro- vette and New Bethel Churches
president of Links, Inc., snent Jose Cuello accompanied by visions of the bill giving "par James Charles Floyd, son of
the weekend with Maude Reid Jose Jr., 17; Candy, 15, and ticular attention to 'places of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Floyd of will leave on Friday, July 17.
Among courtesies extended to one-year-old Roslta motoredto public accommodation along 2450 NW 158th St., Opa-locka,
Vivian were supper' at the Kennedy Miami for a month's, vaca- Inter-state highways. recently graduated from More-
(Corrie) Mumfords and a tion with Lloma, who is Mrs. house College, Atlanta, Ga. cil and several other campus
a barbecue at Maude's with the Cuello's sister. 4. TO USE national chain establishments Mrs. Charles Floyd and a host organizations. For academic
Links on Saturday.AL The Cuellos left by Pan to notify Immed- of relatives ventured to Atlanta excellence in his major field,
American Airways on Tuesdayto iately all their local outlets of to witness the commence- he received a Merril Summer
and CARMEN JACKSON visit Dr. Cuello's 1n the provisions of the law with
parents ment. Mr. Floyd a former Scholarship to study at the
entertained with a barbecue at Santo Domingo. Upon return directions that they comply graduate of North Dade High, inter-American University in
their home on Saturday. they will spend the remainderof promptly received the bachelor of arts Saltlllo, Mexico.In .
CLARICE and HILL their vacation in Miami.
degree with a major in Span-
list of local -
COMPILE
LITTLES made their 5. TO a
Independence business ad. the Fall he plans to attend
ish and a minor in
WE SHARE Vanilla all agencies and
Day barbecue a familyaffair. GrayLee's offices of and
Atlanta University
ministration. Floyd is a mem-
pride in Julius' federal
son suc- Institutions receiving
ber of Trinity' CME Church work towards a master's degree -
cess In the title role of Othello assistance and to check com-
Mr. and Mrs. CURLEY at the Shakespeare Repertory plaints of these agencies with member of the Omega Psi Phi in business administration.
BURKE and daughter and Mr. Festival being staged this yearIn the non-dlscrlmlnatlon pro- Fraternity, Panhellenic OounI. .
and Mrs. James Lucas and son, Beaumont Hall on the Uni- visions of the new law. .
James Jr. (Gee Gee) formed a versity of Miami campus.
motoring party enroute to Nevi The resolution further call
York City where they will take PIONEER CITIZEN Ivan ed for appointment to the five- AUTO INSURANCE"DISCOUNTS
In the wonders of the World's Rolle has as house guests man Equal Employment Oppor-
Fair as well as visit relatives.MY nieces Dorothy Patterson and tunity Commission, as directorof FOR SAFE DRIVERS"NO
Chrystal Major of New York the new Community Rela-
APOLOGIES to Vernekn City. Accompanying them are tions Service, and to other key
friends ONE REFUSED
Stirrup Silva for the new name Priscilla Richard and positions "of persons whose
added without her knowledge.Just Ellen Snyder. The New Yorkers philosophy and outlook will be SR-22 filed immediately. Low monthly payment plan
a typographical error, spent Thursday and Friday in conducive of effective enforce-
Blmlnl.
folks! I ment of the provisions of the D. GOODMAN & SON: Inc.>,
GOOD NEWS i M in civil rights bill" Also called for '
COLEEN PINDER and Lillian store for "Insurance, Real Estate, MOrtgage"
Northwestern "expanded personnel in
graduates. I was
Eve
Miami for Sawyer New have York deserted heard that yearbook distribu the Attorney General's officeto 2688 N.W. 62nd Street OX 10380I
City tion is slated for Monday, July handle enforcement of t h'e II
and of course the Fair. 13. civil rights bill."

JOHN PJEAVY, Northwestern !\fl". and Mrs' WILLIAM EIJ

Counselor Mt. Sinai., underwent Peavy injured surgeryat his C.WARDS are visiting of Young's relatives Island, the, S. For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates -' Call

knee during a faculty baseball Herman Mitchells of Opa-locka.
' me. Hurry and get well, fellow Their son. William, a '64 grad I .
uate of Hampton Institute, has I ip
been in the city since June and I
1lrVILIJIAl1 EVE (Clar- has already made the acquain-
Ice) is a patient at ..Mt. Sinai tance of the younger set. I BONDED
and Lawrence Adderly Sr., is I
still bedded at Jackson. BLANCHE DEAN !Attended I
the dedication of the Eastern I
KENNETH WALKER 11. a a Star's retirement, home at Lo- I
taken his wife, Iris, to spend a rado Beach near Ocala during I RENTAL
the
week or two at his former homein Independence weekend. I
Savannah Ga. MRS., THEODORE LOWE I
,
of Opa-locka has ''gone to New I
Miss PHYLLIS PETERSON York City via St. Augustine
I
spent two weeks here visiting where she will be Joined by I 1"I'L : AGENCY INC.
family and friends. Miss Peter. her sister for a visit to the I ,
Fair with daughters Corrie -
son, a resident; of New York Is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and Justine who preceded their

Phillip (Catherine) Peterson. city mother, and aunt to the big 1 to r The largest collection and rental

MICHAEL GRAHAM is I
among 11th graders from thru- has CHARLIE brought his WILLIAMS wife and three Jr., a agency in the South; operating in

out the state who are taking sons from California to visit e
the summer workshop coursesat his dad, Dr. Charles Williams. Dade and Broward Counties'
Bethune-Cookman College In
SINCERE Sympathy to WI1- < a
Daytona Beach. helmina Davis of Danla In the
loss of her mother, Mrs. Mary Negro Housing areas.
GET WELL WISHES to Hattie Johnson of Perrlne. Other survivors HON. L. L. BROOKS

Brace, Phyllis Wheatley are son, Bubber and another PresidentGEORGlfl
school marm and ardent Bethel daughter, Barbara.
AME church worker, who Is r. HARTII, General Manager
seriously ill at ,Christian Hos- HELEN HIGGS I10' TON MAINTAINING THAN
AND MORE
MANAGING
pital. returned to Hampton Va. after -
attending the funeral of HOUSING UNITS
10,000
BETTY PAGE and daughter her mother, Mrs. Victoria Hlggs.
Terri are riding around In a SADIE JOHNSON entertained Bonded also has employment service at main office
brand new, red Thunderbird. for Mr. and Mrs. Bagley of
And the Harry Smiths (Juan- Connecticut, parents of sfon Jim. 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA

Ita) are sporting a '64 Cadillac. mle's wife. tall time public relations Dept. to assist yon hi solving yeter problems

Mrs. MAE FOSTER and CONRATULATIONS to the Plus a fleet of cars giving door to door service for tenants coaiTealeaeeOn

grandson, Wendell Graham will following received young summer people scholarshipsin who nights and Sundays for emergency servic call PL 9-8713
with relatives
spend the summer
in New York and Con science: Sharon Young, MAIN OFFICE

necticut. Needless to say, theWorld's I Goucher Robertson College,,Baltimore Bennett ;Col-'Andrew 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-8733

their (plant.Fair will feature In .lege Holland, Greensboro a Marine and Lab in Sandra New Vandalism done by a few Is expensive to aU. Pleas help .a atop dUaunnecessary

York City. evil C. A. Lockhart Public Relation. Director

CONGRATULATIONS and jJ
best wishes for happiness go to < Mrs. .LOUISE JOHNSON, 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO 6BRVB YOU
Billy'' H. Davis and his bride, 1428 NW 6th St. Is much improved -
who 1163 N.W. 3rd Are. .....>MM PR 3-8418 17325 Hesiestead Are
Naomi Shorter Thelma
the former says daughter,
were married on June 27. The McDonald. 1875 N.W. 82nd St. .._...? OX 6-2487 Perrln ________ cm SLIM

young couple have set up 'LOCAL DOCTORS are buy- 1801 Grand Are. ..,-......-... HI 1-1.1. ,10W 11.11I180...e ...
15990 NW 14th
at
housekeeping- ing a blood bank refrigeratorfor Pompano .. WI 6-sM1
Ave. Christian Hospital so that 4240 N.W.1Ttb Ave.-- I-MII. 1425S N.W. .ad Are.aoc .

JULIA AVANT, Brownsville they can accept blood from sore 1f.". 75tti St. ___ 84322 Opa-locka ....-....,.,,..,,_ MU 8-017
donors. Dr. & H. Johnson donated
library clerk, has been assl'gIled'to the first $100. 2060 N. W. 3rd Ct. ..... PR 1 lISI
clerical duties at the

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Council of Women at Bethune I : I


To Observe 89th organizations in what is expected : j
to be the biggest coun-
Birthday of Mrs. cil reunion of current times. Free Job Training '

I All Florida National Coun- With AvailableHelp
Pay
Bethune 1 cils of Negro Women are to be
Miss Dorothy I. Height, national represented. Mrs. LeHosa H. for young men who ,
president of the National Smith, president of the Metropolitan UnSk1lledi unemployed and
Council of Negro Women, Inc., Council of Daytona Is being offered i
of Washington, D.C., announces Beach and Its members will the Florida State
that elaborate plans have been Join Mrs. Henrlne W. Banks, Service through their "free
made for the observance of the dean of women at Bethune- training with pay" programs :
89th Mary McLeod Bethune Cookman College, In servingas ing kins conducted Vocational at Lindsey School : t
Birthday Weekend at Bethune- 'hostesses.
L. Miami men'f
Harry ,
Cookman College, Friday Sun- During the conference a time politan Area Tyson Manager for
day July 10-12. I will be set aside for visiting FSEa
The weekend convocation members and guests to standIn The FSES will train
will be highlighted by a "grave- I silent reverence around the you n R men between
side service. Miss Height In amessage gravesite of Bary McLeod Be ages of 17 and 22 in a
to the National Council thune, the beloved founder of of trades such as
of Negro Women, said: "It NCNW. The conference themeis drafting, factory machine p
is our duty as women and "The Negro Woman In the tion. commercial cooking
homemakers to concern our Quest for Equality" baking{ general office wt
selves with Civil and Human Registration is scheduled for salesmanship, and in
Rights. To do this, we must Friday, 0:30: a.m. in the lobbyof while they are learning one
know what is happening on the White Hall I:. these trades they will be I
national scene. Attend the The first general session, $20.00 a week and a ,
Mary McLeod Bethune Birth- which is open to the public. Is 1 tation allowance, Tyson
day Weekend, and learn first scheduled for Friday at 7:30:
hand what you can do to sharein p.m. with Mrs. LeRosa Smith I Tyson added that there
this tremendous surge for presiding and the keynote almost 300 young men now
freedom and equality" speaker will be Miss DorothyI. training at Lindsey I
The three day conference Height, national president of learning 20 different kinds
will Include business meetings, the Council. The presidents of trades that will lead to Jobs ,
speeches workshops and recreation the national and co-related organizations fering steady employment
on Bethune Volusla will be the rostrum good their wages when they I
Beach. The National Council guests. Special music will be All training.
Interested .
will be Joined by groups of furnished by the local council!1 I. young "
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1964 NOTE BOOKThe Printers Publishers

Republicans are thinking about adopting a strong To Meet in DaytonaThe

Civil Rights plank at their convention next week. Perhaps Florida Printers and
they will. After lall the Negro votes count a lot, and t they Publishers Association will
would like to offer some bait. hold Its quarterly meeting Saturday -
o July 18 In Daytona
It's< not likely the Republicans will draw many Negro Beach.
voters from the Democrats. Ye Editor sees President Lyn- Hosts to the visiting trades.
H. B. SIGISMUND REEVES Editor and Publisher will be Emanuel ..
don Johnson as winner in the cdming election. men and Lawrence
GARTH C. REEVES. Managing Editor Wesley of the Wesley
However strong platform plank would help Brothers Printing Co., 209 N
Member of the National New paperw Publishers AsaociAtio smooth the troubled waters of racism now being experi- Campbell St.
-* SUBSCRIPTION RATES enced. The morning, session will.begin *
at 10 o'clock dn the auditorium
ONB YEAR $8.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN (0.00 of Bethune-Cookman-

Entered M Second Class Matter August 9, 1927 at the Post Ottio There's much unfavorable discussion going on about College.
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 doubling the valuation of property and of course, increa- James L. Bruton, head of the
sing taxes. Most of Metro Commissioners believe the new printing department at FAMU
Downtown Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR S-2230 and secretary of the association
tax roll is fair, so in the end there is little we can do, except is inviting anyone in the
Main Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1-0421
to pay the Increase. Some taxes will be doubled, Draghic arts industry to attend
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" others will be less. The old millage rate was 41.6 mills. the meeting.
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the
The new rate will be, under double valuation, 17.71.
world from racial and national antagonism when it accords to mills.
every man regardless or race, creed or color his human and
legal rights. Hating no man. fearing no man-the Negro Freer
strive to help every man in the firm belief that all men art President Johnson has announced the appointmentof
Sort a* long ai anyone la held ba k. Franklin H. William 41, as U.S. Representative to

the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKNew Williams will have the rank of Ambassador and will

serve as one of the five full delegates of the United Statesto
York. Wednesday afternoon Ye Editor arrives in
the United Nations of which Ambassador Adlai! Stevenson
New York. Russ meets him at the station and we go to is head.Williams
the Statler Hilton Hotel. After dinner, on to Lowe's Thea-

ter where we saw Richard Burton and Peter O'Toole in is ,n, graduate of Lincoln University, Pennsylvania .S

the Hal Wallis production of !"Becket. My! What, a pic- and Fordham University Law School. He becomes -

ture. It's been .almost 800 years since Thomas Becket was the first Negro to represent the United States on
murdered in Oanterbury Cathedral, England during the the Economic and Social Council.
reign of Henry II. !

The show is over it's near midnight, plus a little Seemingly, passing of the Civil Rights Bill has i

rain. We wait for a taxi, there are plenty of them, but brought about a change in the 'brutal treatment of integra- :

theaters are out and there are crowds so we walk two tionist in St. Augustine and some other Southern cities. I .

blocks and take the sub. Galled home to see how our Our :
oldest city is now serving Negroes in some res
folk are getting on. By 1:30: we are fast asleep. taurants.
Integrationists made test of 15
Thursday. Up at 8:30: breakfast, and on to the Those a restaurants. Starting this Saturday WAMB
serving Negroes let it be known that they did so is going to add an additionalto
World's Fair. We visited some very interesting exhibits,
only in compliance with the law. its schedule. This is a brand
wanted to go'In the General Motors building, but the line 6 hours of gospel programmingnew
is :far too long. We took Tour A and, B> saw much, and If the old city really complies with the Civil Rights innovation to Miami's radio
heard interesting explanations about exhibits in and out i Bill, everything should be normal again and the past and to the station's knowledgethis
,
of the United States. unseemly acts forgotten. is the first time anythingof
'
this sort has ever been donein
In the city we visited the Episcopal Church Center, gospel programming.

815 Second Avenue, where we met an old acquaintance, President Johnson's appointment of former Governor -
Fr. Tollie Caution, one of the, executives+ at the center. LeRoy Collins AS Director of the Community Rela- pel Brother Personality Ray, ,WAME's will conducta Gos-

We saw the Chiapel' and some other parts of "the building tions Service for the implementation of the Civil Rights six hour program beginningat
but time did not allow a full tour. The Presiding Bishop's Act has met with general approval of Floridians. 12 Midnight, Saturday, evening *

office Is in the building as well as that of retired Bishop While' governor of Florida Mr. Collins won the respect 6 and.. going straight with thru to
a.m.Sunday morning,
an
Bravid Harris. of all who knew him, even those who were. opposed all night "Gospel Train." Broth.er .
The building itself has coat nearly four million dol- to his liberalism and fairmindedness. Ray will offer many prizes:
lars. to listeners including record-
Senators Spessard Holland land George Smathers, ings of, your favorite gospel
We dine and relax. Russ has a dinner appointmentwith
enemies of the Civil Rights Bill, told the Senate Com- stars; also Bro. Ray will conductthe
friends this evening, so off !Ihe goes. However, Ye mittee that they had the highest only Sunday night gospel
for
Editor is not alone. In comes nephew' Brenville Roberts, tegrity and his regards Collin's In- radio show anywhere in South
ability to administer the service
the son of Mrs. Henrietta Sweeting. Bran has been living and fairly. efficiently Fla.

in New York for more than 35 years. We do a lot of re
miniscing. There will be a staff of about 50 persons working NHS Yearbook Here

Friday morning, up at 10:00 a.m., breakfasted, did under the guidance of Mr. Collins. ATTENTION! Northwestern
some shopping' at Gimble's, visited Rockefeller Center Senator Strom Thurmond of South Carolina, was try- graduates 1964. The yearbook

and lunched before returning to the hotel for a' rest. Ing to block the nomination of Collins" however, the ap- will July be 14 distributed at 030 a.m.on at Tuesday the,

The Charles Wars (Washington, D. C.) passed pointment was approved on Thursday. school.

through New Ytork City enroute to Long Island where

they BDtent the Independence Day weekend. >
*e.BdItor'B congratulations go to friend Rev. Edward Special Summer Ratesat
Watched the 10-inning interesting game between, T. Graham and Mrs.
Graham, who have just celebrated the beautiful
the Twins and. New York. As you know, the Twins won. their 34th wedding anniversary.

Independence Day we are un at 10:00: a.m. Lunched May this couple have the ,
privilege of
picked closed.up some souvenirs in the hotel gift shop. All storesare I many, many more. celebrating "New"Ebony


We begin packing, hoping to leave for home tomorrow -

afternoon. Russ goes to confirm our reservations and GOING TO
THE
to purchase tickets for "Oliver" at the Imperial Theater, .

Broadway, for this evening.

i "Oliver" Is quite lan interesting musical. Eightyearold World's FairUse
Ronnie Kroll aa Oliver Twist was sensational In fact. Motel

the whole cast wan rood anfl worthwhile' seeing, even

though seats were $7.50 and'S12.00. The play is over, ft Scenicruiser Bus Service
is'late, we try for a taxi, but the demand is too great, so 1101 Old Dixie :Hwy.

we catch the subway' to our hotel. From the station you (Greyhound or Trailway) Riviera Beach Fla.
,c'n'enter the door of our hotel, but at this hour the door ,

Is'elosed,'so':we go up to thta street and enter by.the front, All Expense Package ToursFrom PHONE 844-9568

not far away. Air Conditioned, Private

, Got.refreshed, called home and retired... 1 to 6 nights in New York City Bath, Free Parking.
Sunday momlncr. Rns* went to Mass atSt. Funnels Ro- Spotless, Cleandlchiavatnonj
man >Catholic Church. Ye Editor went to Holy Communion Includes Hotel in New York

, Service at'"'the' Church of the Incarnation. (EnljloI : World's. Fair Admission NYC Sightseeingand

I paIr.) Madison Avenue and SBth Street. It !IR fc beautiful other features, from $9.85
I old church with! a towering snlre. The Rev. John A. Bell up n -
Round
trip from Miami to New York
Is rector and the 'Rev. Stewart Zabria is his ""AI bmt. by Scenic Bus

Left New York at 1 :sn( n.m..,, flvlncr: at 600 miles an $68.70 .

I hour we were At home In 2H hours. Daughter Frances '
her husband. Tim. and granddaughter Cleo were at the
Get
detailed ,brochures and make reservations atNorth's IUIUU'
airport to greet us. .........
This ends our ruff to Washington and a mAmora'h1

three hours at the White' Amisp.'Tn,1QAR: y* Editor rare Travel BureauCharles

the mnorhinftv! of to look-tn At the White Romp: hot

j never in his fondest dNl"m* lid }IK*. 'nritfrfnntp' Mncr A itfr'- C. North Again the pride of the
1 tier onipflf; At this mansion One rnn tli rpfor nnrlprktnnrl manager Palm Beaches!

his f'"fnvmpnt' and A.nnn'rfAf.ron! of snrTi an T nTtnr.j 1104 NW 3rd Ave Ph. FR 9-8451 U.S. 1 to Flagler 8t., turn left

j We win also cherish Tnlemoriea! of our first vfaty' .to a !4 mile to Qld Dixie

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I Teen Gang Members I SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1964 PAGE 5 f



in Public Relations and Relations" next Sunday even-
Charged; Shooting Ing from 7.0 p.m. Special guests
Human On Open will be: Bob Daly, Bosch Stack
Three teenage gang members boy was shot.Richard shots with the "villagers" Mike and' Al Lockhardt.
Williams 18 of 1450 last week when Alonzo
charged Monday with intent to gang
As usual will
commit first-degree murder NW 52nd St., Dove Jackson, 17, Mosley was struck In the foot Open Mike, with host Hen- the'prO@'atn
.in a drive to get tough with of 2981 NW 47th St.: George by a stray bullet which plowed drick J, Derns;; will discuss come live from the Hampton
Juvenile guntoters.Charges Covington, 17, of 5530 NW 14th through the door of his i "Public Relational and Human House. II I
were filed by Assistant Ave., were held In Dade Coun apartment. He Is recovering. I
State David Jail.
Attorney ty
Goodhart after a week-long All three said Homicide detectives Police are continuing the
investigation of a gang shoot- are members of the clean-up campaign an Investigator -
ing in which a nine-year-old Manor Park gang that traded said Monday. LINCOLN FEDERAL


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Continued from page 2 IN AND AROUND THE BAHAMASSir ..
JUANITA MATTHEWS is 5386 Biscayne Boulevard

back from an enjoyable three _i"% ,. ,.,,,.
r R II
weeks at the World's Fair. MIAMI, FLORIDA '
ATTENDING the DIstribu- George W. K. Roberts, C. ; ing tuition.Fouryearold.
tive Education Workshop at B. E., president of the Bahamas o .'-
FAMU last week were Daniel Legislative Council (now the
Francis, George Williams, C Senate) died suddenly June 21, Greg Basdenwas .'4 .. tl
) .
Sullivan Culver and Lucius 6 p.m., while addressing the knocked by a car driven by 't
Crawford of Miami. Standing Committee of the An- John Randol Brice on June 21. rJiJ. ,
GEORGE "Phil Ossofer"8AVITT nual Synod of the Methodist : He died the next day at the I .w "f
cards in
from Boston Princess Hospital.
where he went to see his 2% Church In the upper room of The child's Margaret parents Mr. and '......''''''',. .. .
Trinity Church.
moath granddaughter. Says Mrs. Earl Basden, live on Mon "The Grcntfst Name In Money"
Phil: "No tea party here today Funeral services were heldat trose Ave.A. .
(Independence Day) but with Trinity on June 26. Membersof Offer a complete consolidation of debt and money
the
civil rights bill passed the
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the
next tea party will be held with government and people
equall-tea." from all walks of life were In D. Hanna and Cecil Wal- fort
RELATIVES and friends are attendance. Thousands lined the lace Whltfleld, two of the three
happy to have Samuel M. Higgs sidewalks and watched the sad counsels for adverse claimantsin HOME MODERNIZATION PLANSFor
of Brooklyn vacationing in the procession wend its way to the the Union Estate (Cat Island -
Magic City. He is the houseguest St. Matthew 'Church Cemetery- ) quieting of title case,
of his daughter, Mrs. E. final resting place of one who have gone to England to con- roof, all types, aluminum window, fence,
L. Williams and family, 1085 was called "a brother to all sult counsel on "certain ques-
NW 48th St., "Moon" is a for- men." The grave was decked tions of law" in the case. Three' aluminum, awning, aluminum tiding
mer Mlamian. with thousands of flowers. of the defendants, all women,
o are spending a month in jail --o----
A Thing of Beauty The Bahamas Brotherhood for contempt of court by tres- Call now for free information 681-4133
celebrated Its passing on the property.
Betty Ford, daughter of Mr. 42nd anniversary
with a luncheon June 27, at the JOHN
STERN
and Mrs. George Ford, became ------ o
the bride of Paul Edison Nes- Emerald Beach Hotel. The presi-
bitt on June 21 at Mt. Sinai dent, C. 11. Reeves said that Dot. Lance Sgt. Milan Gittens
Baptist Church, the Rev. S. A. the organization, beginning this and Det. Cpl. Lawrence Mayers,
Thomas officiating. year, will award a gold medal of the CID. left recently for the
The altar was decked with annually for "outstanding work United Kingdom where they
chrysanthemums, gladiolus and In the interest of goodwill and will take .a 10-week advanced
carnations.The bettter understanding among all training at the Police College, ,
pride wore a formal classes" and races In the Colo- Wakefleld, Yorkshire. They are + o Vanilla Williams .
natives of Barbados
full length gown of lace over ny.
taffeta, her ,head piece was 0 ---.-.-..-.-.--.......-.-...
made of lace and silk
and finger tipped veil of organza nylon Joseph Russell, 10, was killed R. TAYLOR BIRDLANDPRESENTS
tulle. Instantly on June 23, when he
was knocked from his bicycle ,
Dr. C. Harold Williams was .
,coordinator of the wedding. by a car driven by James Bui- ,
lad Hunter's tI"
music furn- at Grand Bahamas
-Pro-Nuptial Ished by Mrs. Harolene was Storr, Bernard Russell, no kin, whom Private Detective and ti
organist of the church. I Joseph was towing, was seriously Investigating Bureau JIMMIE SCOTT
Mrs. Leila Roberts Williams, injured and was hospitalized. d ; j
a friend of the family sang The accident took place on the Confidential Investigation {rt ;4 1, "
most beautifully, "The Lord's main road to Freeport. A hoar- Anywhere, anytime j And the Hurrincanes
Prayer," '"Through The Years," ing has been set for July 13.
'
Any cane repossessions
"0, Promise Me' and "0, Per- --- o ; ,: In "SHOW TIME"
fect Love" which added muchto The Freeport, Grand Bahama 5680 S.W. 16th Street a
the grandeur of the occasion Junior Chamber of Commerce l A
has awarded Its first flvo-ycar West Hollywood, Fin;
Matron of honor, sister of scholarship to attend Govern- Fri., Sat., and Sun., July 10 12
the bride, wore an outfit of or ment High School In Nassau, to YU 3-4346
chid satin and lace. The Wesley Clarence Butler, 11 of WITH LITTLE DAVID
bridesmaids wore Identical Eight Mile Rock. The money, NEVER CLOSED
gowns of yellow taffeta with raised at a school sports eventIn .
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matching satin pumps elbow- which 250 students from all and the BIRDLAND DANCERS
length lace gloves and head the schools in Grand Bahama Best Method to Sell!
pieces of yellow organza. participated and 4,000 specta- Featuring RUBY McJCINNON
The groom and groomsmenwore tors attended, will take care of
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I SATURDAY JULY. II,. 1964 PAGE 7

State PTA Workshop twin boys and are now living 'i
SOCIAL SECURITY with their grandparents. :
They are receiving social security i,
survivors' benefits every I
At Bethune College fRR fffffM month, and will continue to do .
so until they reach the age of r
i .......... I 18.
Mr. A. L. Osgood, president be neid on Tuesday, July 14, Equality, Responsibility and 1 1.IllLfWtl-: fI "But Jimmie and Tlinmle! '
of the Florida Congress of Col- at 8:00: a. m, with Mrs. Ineria leadership." ._ip MTIN"W$U"WIRIMMtlM. Payne might not be getting
ored Parents and Teachers and I Hudnell, second vice president, those benefit payments, Mr.
fr Mrs. Minnie H. Fields, specia- presiding. The luncheon session on Sat. "Social security protects even Blonston continued, "if their 1
list in elementary education, urday, at 12:00: noon, In Faith those people who don't 'think mother had her way while she t
State Department of Education, On Wednesday, July 15, the Hall, will be presided over by they need its protection Ed. was working as a maid. Mary
I Tallahassee, Florida, announce planning session will begin at Mrs. Sara W. Dickerson, director ward P. Blonston, social secu- Lee Payne, like so many young
that the Florida Congress, is 8:00: a. m. and adjourment at of Region 111, with Dr. rity district manager 1 nth e people, could not believe that
sponsoring the 1964 workshop. 12:00: noon. Arenla C. Mallory, executive Miami North area, said today; social security would mean anything
consultant, National Office Man "but sometimes it takes some to her and her family,
The theme for the 1964 work- ,
Consultants and participants kind of tragedy to make people
Power Training and Automa- I so she asked her employer not
is "Wholesome Childhoodand
shop for this year's workshop areas realize the fact"An
I. take the social tax
tion to security
Youth The Basis of A Program, Department of
; Qua.
follows: From the Florida
example of such a tragedy out of her wages.
Quality Education." I Labor, Wnshington, D.C., speak
Institute for continuing Univer. ing on the theme, "Our Quest Is the story of Mary Lee Mary Lee's employer, how-
Registration will be held on sity Studies Dr. Myron R. for Jolte." Payne of Springfield, Tennessee, ever, knew that she was required !
Sunday, July 12, In the lobbyof Blee, director, Tallahassee, Dr. who died In December 1962, by law (as of 1951)) to
White Hall Administrative Manuel Turner, dean, Division Saturday afternoon, at 2:30: a while trying t o rescue 'h e i report her maid's earnings and
Building, from 9:00: a.m. to 3:45: of General Extension; and Dr. beach party at Bethune Vo- children from their burning withhold the social security tax
p.m. A briefing session for the Harry Hughey, conference co- lusla Beach Is scheduled and home. Two of the five child- If she paid her at least $50 in
leaders is scheduled for 10:00: ordinator. From the Florida the evening session will beginat ren survived the youngest, any calendar quarter. And sho
a. m. Congress of Colored Parents eight o'clock, with the complied with the law In spite r1
and Teachers Mr. A. L. Os theme, "Creating a Symbol of wish to see a native hammock \ot Mary Lee's request. '
The first general session will 'good, president, Palatka; Mrs. Freedom and Equality" Mary under expert guidance at 2 p.m. "As a result of this l ," Mr.
begin at 4:00: p. m., in the Gertrude W. Z. White, first vice president McLeod Bethune Memorial "Op Wednesdays and 1 p.m. Sun- Blonston said," Mrs. Pbyne's
Hotchkiss Heyn Memor. Tallahassee; Mrs. Ineria eration Grass Roots." days. The trail area Is on the (two little boys will have an income *
ial Chapel, with Mr. A. L. Os. Hudnell, second vice president, west side of Old Cutler Road until they reach 18. And
good presiding. Dr. Richard V. West Palm Beach; Mrs. Gladys Sunday morning, ut elglht' just south of the main park their grandfather plans to use
Moore, president of Bethune- Woodard, secretary, Orlando; o'clock, breakfast, which will entrance. the money for their education."
Cookman College, will bring Mr. W. Ivey Mack, treasurer, be followed by the final general The Spice Park da located five (The lesson, of course, is plain::
greetings and the keynote address Rivera Beach; and Dr. RichardV. session In the Gertrude miles west of U. S. 1 on Coco- the social security program is
will be given by Dr. Mel- Moore, president, Bethune- Hotchkiss Heyn Memorial nut Palm Drive leaving the .meant to protect all covered
vene Hardee, Florida State Uni Cookman College, Daytona Chapel at 10 a.m. : highway at Princeton. Mathe- workers and their families -
versity.At Beach. I son Hammock Is south of Coconut to replace part of the income
Free Guided Toursat Grove on Biscayne Bay that might be lost through re
6:30: p. m., the annual Saturday, at 900: a. m., the adjacent to Fairchild Gardens.I tirement, disability, or death.
dinner meeting is scheduled for second general session will be County Parks Follow Old Cutler Road south. Mr. Blonston emphasized that,
Faith Hall Refectory on Mon- held in the Gertrude Hotchklss Guided tours of two Metro- Further Information may be although the story recounted
day morning, July 13, at eight Heyn Memorial Chapel, with politan Dade County Parks are obtained by calling Metropolitan here took place in Tennessee,
o'clock, the second general ses- Mrs. Henrlne W. Banks, presid- being conducted weekly by the Dade County Phrk., and it can easily Mo applied to simi
sion will be held In Moore Gymnasium ing. Four workshop groups will Park's Recreation Division !nits Recreation Dept. at 371-3531. lar situations here.
with Mrs. W. Z. White, convene at ten o'clock. Each summer program of activities .
first vice president, presiding.The group exploring "How our I ') .... ""... _... ;' .c A
third general session will Council Must Accept Freedom vy gL-/ )
Each Sunday at 3:30: p.m. vlsl! I
tors are taken on a conductedtour
of Redland Fruit and Spice
South Florida Conference AME Park where 200 varieties of
I .. fruits, spices and unusual trees

Laymen i Meets In Key WestLayman grown.from foreign All will adapt countries to South are Which came first:

Florida and many of the trees e
of the South Florida Those elected were: Mrs Bernice are in fruit this season of the the golf ball
Conference, Eleventh Episco- S. Henderson, Mr. Willie year.
pal District, met in quarterly Scott, Mrs. Eagleton, Mr. Paul At Matheson Hammock forest
session the Fifth Sunday, in Jones and Mr. T. Jackson. Al trails are open to those who Gordon's( Gin?
May at Bethel AME Church ternates were: Miss D. Hagins, 'or
Key West, of which Rev. K. D. Mr. A. T. Glenn, Mrs. C. Gleen, a
White is pastor, Rev F. A. Allen Mr. N. Carter and Mrs. Queen WANTED
presiding elder and the West.
Right Rev. E. C. White, presi- The body was pleased to Golf dates back to the !15th Century whena
ding prelate. welcome a new District, the 10 Permanent year round ball stuffed with feathers was used. In
West Miami District and i its
This was a day that will go president, Mrs. Cornella Glenn. Guests to Jive at the 1848 the "guttle"-a hard, moulded ball

down !in the annals of layman I Rev. J. B. Blake is the newly that was the direct forerunner of our
history appointed Presiding Elder of
Bethel had a capacity audi- that district. Success is wish Miami CarverHotel modern_ golf ball was Introduced In

ence in morning worship who ed for them. I Britain. In.London, 79 years before this
The next session
quarterly
witnessed delivered by a powerful the pastor message Rev. will be held at St. James AME Innovation, Alexander Gordon perfectedhis

White. Church, August 30, Miami, Fla. formula for a special gin.
The meeting adjourned witha
After the service, 'a delightful prayer for the sick being of- Wall to wall carpeting, Today, golfers the world
luncheon was served in the fered and a wish that all re '100% air condition over relax at the NineteenthHole
annex dining room by the local tain God our Father, Christ room,
I Redeemer Man and enjoy the delicate
organization.The our our Brother. at. a surprising low rate.
flavour and distinctive
business session was (Guaranteed round
).
opened with the call to wor- year dryness of Gordon's

ship Mrs.by Ellen the conference Bowe, assisted chaplain.by DANCE BAND Call or stop in to talkto ( Gin. Some claim that GOBp

the state chaplain, E. J Available for engagementsW. the Gordon's offers con
manager.
White. Afterwards the local
president, Mr. Raglandr extend C. DAJU' n'H COMBO siderable consolation as
ed welcome ngs. He they total their score. DlSTIlLED ,
in turn presented the illustrious Featuring Vocalist Little Clara CARL FERRELL
Conference President, Mrs. Jay No wonder It's the bigIONDONDRY
GIN
Irene L. 'Taylor. Mrs.from Taylor, the And Manny Cruz on Sax 899 N.W. 3rd Ave. gest seller in England, ....llttftttm
'greetings
brought
General Conference, as her official Call 601-2557, America, the worldl)
FR 1-1633 I "p x
staff assembled about her T5".. -; todf
in the altar. __ L ___ ____ -""*-n. -*-*<*lLim .w rJ
The Gospel Choir, from St.1
Paul rendered several selections SPEED QUEENCARLOAD PRODUCT OF U.i.A.-DUTlUtO LONDON! MY GIN.MOX MUTRM.SPIRITS
; songs -that brought Joy OISTILUD FROM GRAIN' SO PROOF CORDONS DIY GIN CO.LTD,lINOtN..I
to the soul. At this point, the SALE
'A. local chairman Mr. Ragland
made,'a touching gesture when NEW 1964 MODELS
he called upon his secretary, QUEEN
Mrs. Elizabeth Roberts to present r._
a beautiful corsage 0 f SPEED
carnations to Mrs. Taylor. This
was done to express the love HEAVY
and esteem felt for her for ___ DUTY JET TV CLINIC
giving us a vigorous and pro- WRINGER I
gressive program. HEAVY
DUTY WASHER ,, HOME SERVICE CALLS $1.00
The president's thanks were
made with a spirit of deep : AUTO 79.95 ,,, Day or Night

humility. $ 9.95 w. Service All Make.
Interesting reports were and up
given by all delegates who attended HI-FI's and STEREOS
the General Conferencein aDd
up
Cincinnati, Ohio. They were Also Rebuilt Washers w. MM+ Real
loud In praise for the leader-
ship furnished there by: our _.. -I., All makes $69.95 up TV's by the week or month
president Mrs. Taylor, In theMembersilp EASY CREDIT TERMS

Adjustment Pe STOP BY FOR FREE,OFFER
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was given by the group. REBUILT WASHERS

Election of. delegatesto,a&? ,_ OF OPA-LOCKA, Inc. MU 5-1504 Phone FR 42044I

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PAGE: 8 SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1964 I I and Senior HighThe

Thespian Parents' Club MAKE YOUR HOME

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""J -- would like to thank the
PHIL OSSOFER Washington Park ing churches and businessesfor
their help In financing the
SAYS: News Thespians Indians Trip
1)7 :MRS R. CA8TELOW
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'!I :: Mt. Zion Baptist $57.77, Greater ,
The people of the world like Bethel Baptist $40.10, First
the pieces of a Jig-saw puzzle recreation Department. Dixie Baptist $35.48, Mt. Hermon
came In many sizes Shapes andcolors ; Park 'of Hallendale defeated $33.26, St. Luke Baptist $28.00,
'and when 'brought together Washington Park of North MIami New Providence $25.00, Mt.
as one are destined to Beak h 10-7 in soft ball. Zion AME $20.00, St. John Bap--
become a resplendently colored Volly-4> and soft-ball are the tint $15.00, Mt. Carmel $13.15,
picture the picture of llf. top sports for the summer. Nathan B. Young Elementary
earth as God has destinedIt
on
be. Park open every day at 1 p.m. $25.00; Miami Herald $50.00
to
all the::children are enjoying the Magnolia Hospital $10.00, Sears,
The greatest deterrent to the summer activities, Mrs. Rudy Roebuck and Company $10.00,
completion of this beautiful Castelow, supervisor.The Army Surplus $50.00, Free Pro-
picture stems from some men's o ductions $0.50, Vaughn Parades
refusal to be united with oth Civic Club held Its regular $5.00, Shell City $50.00, Roosevelt
ers of a different color. This refusal meeting Monday at the Savings and Loan $25.00,
represents a rejection of Community Building much The Grayline Bus Company
God's plan for His earthly children business was transacted. Mrs. $25.00 and The House of Albert SPECIALIZING IN
who, as the beloved Jesus Castelow was appointed to act Funeral ome $6.OHO, Church of .
said, would some day becomeone as secretary for the coming the Open Door. .
fold led by the one shepherd. year. Next meeting will be heldon
the 4th Monday night, 8:30: Mrs. L. M. Harvey, president -
Variations In human beings p.m., all members are asked to WINDOW REPLACEMENTWe
should be the cause of unity, be present. Mrs. lola Crawford, I Mrs. J. Ryles, secretary (
for diversity brings true beau president, Mrs. Ella McElmurray call Mrs. Harvey NA
ty. Paintings and gardens lack vice-president, Mrs. R. 18945.
ing a divergence of color Castelow acting secretary.
be drab indeed.In .
wiould
very --- o --- ---
Oak-Grove Baptist Church of The Sunshine ClubThe tear out your old rusted windowsand
the ;Holy Scriptures of I
I ,
Judaism and the North Miami Beach held its
matter of color Christianity is practically Sunday School Convention re- Sunshine Club had Its
them with
June replace
overlooked. It might be interesting cently. regular monthly meeting
to note that In this day, Thanks to Mr. Albert Holmesfor 21, at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
when racial bias is stifling human making the 4th of July a Walter Moreland, In Opa-locka,
progress, the scriptures ofa joyful one for the children of at this meeting many old busi- ALUMINUM, JALOUSIE orAWNING
modern world-wide ,religion Washington Park, he served nesses were disposed of and I
proclaims racial unity to be the about 100 children Bar-B-Que new suggestions brought' !n. Including
hallmark of world peace and and cold drinks. I the up coming annual
tranquility. I refer to the Ba- "Boat Ride" on August 14. Tic- WINDOWS4
ha'i World, Faith, whose more kets are on sale now, please
than 5 million followers or near City. call 374-8328 for tickets and in t
ly every racial, 'religious and The Free-Way Handicap formation. Special rate for the -- -
national background is basedon League Is just about half way small fries.
the oneness of mankind. Ad- through the summer. Newbold's Israel Armstrong, president We do Alterations Repairs Painting
dul Baha, Son of the Fouder of
TV Bo
and 's Barber
this faith said,. "The diversityof
No. 1 tied for first place. Mrs. Irene Jefferson, reporter -
the human family should be
the cause of love and harmony, Sweets Builders in second. Kitchen Remodeling i .
as It is In music where many J: .h
different notes blend together In --.-

chord the making" of a beautiful HOME BARGAINSNo FHA TERMS E4 mu''Y If !'.'."


He stated that the accom- Qualifying No Red Tape Move Right In
plishment of unity between: the Call HI 8-1119
Colored and White would be an EZ TERMS ALL LARGE HOMES
I
assurance of the world's peace.
Speaking in America in 1912, -+-
He prophetically warned this 4030 NW 3rd Avenue
country of the violence we now
see. He stated,. "The questionof 4 large bedroom., FJa. room, 2-car garage, $10,900,
the union of the white and
black is very Important, for if $495 down. $86 :month, 12 year mortgage. LIB-CITY .
!it is not realized, ere long great "" .
difficulties will arise, and harm
ful results will follow. If this 4021 NW 23rd Court
matter remaineth without DRIVE- THEATRE22nd
change, enmity will be increased 3-bedroom CBS, like new, completely redecorated,
day by day and the final result $10,900, $595 down $77 month.
,
will be hardship and may Ave. and PaJm Drive-in Theatres
end In Moolslied.: "
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wise Had man America more than heeded 50 years this 6928 NW;, 5th Place 1-7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.

otgo, humanity would have beenwell 3-bedroom with extra apt. or 4-bedroom, 2-bath,

tion of on that its way colorful to the picture comple-of porch, carport on 2 lovely
life that God has planned for $85 month. 14 year mortgage. The Wildest Comedy of Them All
us here on earth. ._

729 NW 46th. Street 'Ensign Pulver'Matthew

BrowardCounty FHA. Must qualify for this huge bedroom, 2-bath

CBS beauty, huge Fla. room carport, garage with
work hop,. beat I buy in Miajmi, only $400 down to Tommy Sand., Millie Perkins

New'' qualified! buyer. Robert Walker, Burl Ivet, Walter

Owner Direct WI 5.9886 PLUS -

B7Walter He Could Conquer Any Man With Sword]

Bowe With A Word I
.Any Woman
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:iii -U New Home at Right Price

The Carver 'Ranches Fire 3 large,bedroom 2 bath Fla. room i
garage,
Dept. will hold its next regu- .1 !
lar meeting Monday, July askedto 13, Open ';3 to 5 p.m. 1 1i
8 p.m. All members are i
please be present. Walter 1921 NW 50th' Street 1944 NW 49th Street SEAN
Blatch, president.
1835 NW 41st Street 651 NW 47th Street

' The VFW Post No. 8105 will BARON BUILDS, BUYS LAND OR HOMES FLYNN
hold Its next regular meeting'
,1 Sunday, July 19, 5 p.m. at Need Money? Call JE 8.1340 ttwioaofErroinynn-
Bowe's Modernistic, 4444 SW .
.,. 17th St., W. Carl Jenkins, commander -
of Post. Robbie L. a THE
Brayboy, adjutant.
SON OFMIAMI

; Petty third class Nor- What About Wigs?
man Hart of the Navy is homeon D
furlough, visiting his family -
who Jives at 4837 SW 23rd
St., West Hollywood. Norman Why not consult your beautician?
has Lteen in' the service for 27
t months. He reports that he is Your beautician can give you the true
on hte last J 2 y.ars. Hart is stationed -

W.at; _Norfolk. a Va. story. After all who should know 1

r il Mrs. Vera Whitehead of West better than your beautician? I
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THE MIAMI TJMES.- MIAMI FLA. ,
Grand United Pallbearers rl

SATURDAY,.JULY 11, 1964 PAGE 9 I

Meet Here 15-18 ,,

July ) :* Lk.

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JANITORIAL SERVICES
The time has arrived whichall ,I
Pallbearers have been looking ,
forward to faithfully. a COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL .
On Wednesday, July 15 at 2 k.3 k.f k.t k. .
p.m. the opening session will be } Licensed: and Insured "J
held with the Grand President, Rev. A. T. Stone of Ft. Pierce, Reasonable Rate 15 Years\ Experience
presiding. 3
Greater Israel Primitive Bap--
tist Church will be the scene t _, Call 221.2940I
of this setting. A colorful parade -
will be held Tuesday beginning -
at 3:30: p.m. W. C. Tay-
lor, chairman of the Educa- _
fti.
tional Committee will con- '
duct the annual Oratorical Solo I
and Group Contest of which GET WISE LOOK AHEAD!.
.
our Intermediates and Juven- '
William Fred Jackson, editor V"
iles take a part. This is followed and .
publisher of The
Weekly
$390 DOWN $8,090:TOTAL
by an annual banquet. Music Bulletin in Sasasota was recommended
will be furnished by Mr. and by J. D.. Mather\ Come a Ruirain' .**
Mrs.
Harold
Higgs.
district deputy of tbo Sarasota
All Pallbearers are asked to District of Elks, to servo as If you wish a good buy in a CBS 3-bedroom, 2-bath
attend all of these 'meetingsand state public relations director home, Manor' Park) area. Only $?9 per month, no
make this Grand Lodge one for the Florida Elks Associa qualifying. '
of the best ever held. .. tion.
Bro Edward Williams Is the The position has been approved NEWI! NEW!
general chairman. WAME is proud to announcea by tho state pdraidont,
further addition to the sta- 11'. O. Perry A Home With a Heart

tion C.gospel\ programming. Rev. Jactoson'n first "project" There is a difference in this home which will
Farewell ProgramFor A. Mozell will conduct the with the state t department is > you tee.
morning 'igospel program, Monday to publish n monthly newspaper Care has been taken'in construction and planning
Rev. ThompsonThe thru Friday from 5-7 a.m. for tho Association. for the modern family in modlern living. Paymentsless
this program will be called The
entire religious commun "Old ShIp Zion". Many new Master than rent. Only $1,200 down.
ity of Greater Miami and vicinity features will be inaugurated by Singers at Duplex! $650 Down Duplex!
''is cordially invited to Rev. Mozell; In addition to community ,
join the ministerial ranks of news, will feature the TempleThe We need an owner for this 'property. Have tenants

this city to in be a held farewell pro- hour of prayer starting at 0 a.m.: Miami Master Singers for each apartment hut present owner ,is ill and
Friday
gram evening July 17 at on the St. every morning and recordingsof will appear In concert at cannot take care of renting. One apartment takes

John Baptist Church beginning local church groups and Temple NW :3rd Baptist Ave, Tuesday Church,, July 1723 care of mortgage payment. Other apartment! f r e
at 8:15: p.m. artists. 14, 8 p.m. The group is being and clear for you. See today
We feel that this Is
a pro- I sponsored by the Men's Day We 9 6
gram of merit In as much as are open a m. to p.mt
i
Hev. R. Thompson's services to You be Committee of the church The Call to see
"the can a champ public is invited.
community were many in
the fields of civics, religion and Boxers NeededAny
general uplift. Rev. Thompson WANTEDA TRIO REALTY
'is leaving our fellowship to weight, any nationality, HOUSE ,for a ,church home, r
;serve In the church and aca- apply) ) to HAY KRVIN, 410 H\V not more than $15 per week.
demic world of the Carolinas. 8th Ave., known coast to coast Write or call Rev. (Mother)
The church Is located at 1328 us n flrnt class trainer and L. W. Smith Quince, Tuesday, 801 NW 54th Street
NW 3rd Ave Rev T. Johnson manager. Boxing gear furnished. 0 p.m. thru Saturday 4 p.m. 759-8372 691-2868
Is minister "ol the church and Has nil credentials to show. The Altar of Prayer, 1466 NW
president ,ot'' the Baptist Ministers Call 3773053. GOth Terr., phone COO-4370.
Council. I 9JrrJLJL.JIII: II''.:Jr:1Ir: : l'I IY......0__' __ _\......_-= _..'III''" ''. II r........'III'.,.'III'..._ ..............._ft_ .II<_...-- ._
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THANK YOU HOW DO YOU

To all those who made'' the grand opening of i .t


ROY'S LOO1GET&IiAir PAY YOUR BILLS?


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Conditioned Modern Informal
The Fabulous success It Was .
Last Friday, Saturday and Sunday By going to each store and paying In cash? Or by going out, buying a

We WELCOME all who missed the first weekend to money order, and mailing It? Here's. a much handier way, called a

join us where the atmosphere is delightfully dif.
ferent. This week: RAY AND THE GIRLS. '

46th STREET LIQUOR Located AND In PACKAGE STORE I SPECIAL CHECKING ACCOUNTIt J

3737 Northwest 46th StreetOpen

Sundays 0:00: A.M. To 1:00 P.M.

Weekends Until 3:00: A. M. Weekdays until 1:00: a.m.
Works Like This: f'" r
1. Come to the Lincoln National Bank, deposit what.
ever amount you want, and get a book of checks
(fust 10* each-25 for $2.50)).


2. Whenever you want to pay a bill, |lust write a.
check for it, in your own home or wherever you" i
happen to be. NO need to carry a lot of cash ;
j around, or to go out and buy a money order for :
each bill.


3. You don't have to l keep any certain amount In the
bank--fust whatever you want, In order to cover
the checks 'you write. Each month you get a I'm BeMle lUehlna..,..
statement of account together with
,
MIYM'.7 your your
Come In and ask for me.
cancelled checks, which serve as receipts. The
small charge for all this service is just 50*' per Ill be glad to help you
,
A S ? 4 W month. When you need more checks, simply pick
up another book like you did the first time. open your account.


A bank checking account Is a useful reference-and everyone can afford one
this easy Inexpensive way.


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Day at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. NS!
One of the main features of iv4 r "; Nrn :1:1t
this event is that Attorney Cal i s rya M '
vin R. Mapp will be the speakerfor ,)
the morning service. I iFx

Attorney Mapp gained many t ". x ,1
outtanding achievements. His 3 3pc

rich experience 'gained through .', /.' ,
teaching school in the Dade I. ,

County Public School System; tf t. ,

through service as a S-Sgt., in ; > ....'
the United States Army and : }! "
through enforcement of the law

as he served for eight years asa ", 4' {.
member of the Miami Police t. \

Department, will enable him to _,_..Jir. ,
speak with authority on many
subjects. Appreciation

The men of Mt. Zion are put.

ting forth strong efforts to make Program For Pastor

Sunday, an eventful day for
ST. JAMES AME CHURCH GAMBLE MEMORIALElder I your enjoyment. ,Please Include Sunday, July 12, marks the
y fifth anniversary of the instal.
Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor J. C. Jackson, pastor church attendance in your .1 lation of Rev. Purdy S. Brown

Bert Cooper Men's, reporter has Nathaniel Thomas, repol ter I plans. ,| .1| ATTY CALVIN R. MAPPTRANSFIGURATION as pastor of Mt. Tabor Baptist
Plans for Day 1809 NW 5th Ave.
swung into high gear. Planning Gamble Memorial welcome Church called to the church
meetings are being held, suchas 3 delegates back from attend- ST. MARK BAPTIST after the death of the late Rev.J. .
the one on Monday where rehearsal 'g the 29th annual session of N. Byrd.
was held for the up- the International Youth Congress 'Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor Elisha
Fr.
S. Clarke Jr. Vicar church
The has
,
planned an
coming program.On of the Churches of Goo Mrs. Ruthie M. Scott, reporterWe Our new schedule for the
July 7 Rev. G. Curry in Christ that was held in the invite you to attend a services last "Appreciation Day program to
and' congregation of G i b b s city of Buffalo, NY. This Golden dynamic revival service being Sunday summer with Solemn began on Mass show their appreciation for
Miami guests in held at the church Sung Rev. Brown and the noble ser-
Chapel, were Jubilee anniversary got I starting
and Sermon at 9:30 and Church
behalf of Men's Day. Bro. underway June 23-30 at the I July 13-17. The Rev. C. J. Bur- : vice he has rendered to the
was' July will the School at 10:45: a.m. Please note church and the community
Sharpe the sponsor; Buffalo Memorial Auditoriumand ney be revivalist. Planto ,
12, Rev. B. ''L. Davis and con- the Holy ,Temple Church' attend this great meetingand the change. having under his leadership, not

,gregation from Perrine, Bro of God in Christ.Dr. hear this wonderful minis- The St. Veronica's chapterwill only erected a }beautiful new
Dallas Stroud, sponsor; July 14, ter bring to you the word of have its monthly meeting i structure on the corner of 17th
Rev. Campbell, South Miami, 0. T. Jones Jr., S.T.D., God. We urge the members of tonight at 8 o'clock. Please call Ave., and 66 St., but also endeared -
Bro. Willie Scott, sponsor; July was installed for new 'president both churches to come and the chairman for the meeting himself to his membersand
19, Rev. H. E. Green of Oua- by the Senior Bishop, O. bring a friend. The church place. Mrs. Major Lewis, chairman the community by his
locka Bro. R. V. White, spon- T. Jones, Sr., D.D., founder- wishes
our pastor a happy .!...II..: I kind, unselfish deeds.
July
G M. Champion
sor; 21, Rev. president emeritus International birthday.
Hallandale, Bro. Joe Har Youth Congress with this message .There will be a strawride on Only three more weeks and All friends of Mt. Tabor are
ris, sponsor.There : "God Hired Himself," Job July 18, real hay. The truck the members will be marching cordially invited to witness
"will be a pie sale at the 23. .1.1, will leave the church at 8 p.m. into their new edifice locatedat this occasion at the church on
parish hall Sunday, July 12. Tickets on sale now. Phone PL 152nd Terr and 19th Ave. Sunday, July 12, at 3:30: p.m.;
Nathan is The Youth
Mrs. Gladys sponsor. Congress
was The contractors
8-8171. are now completing guest speaker will be the Rev.
ing this affair. highlighted with daily
prayer the finishing touches.
You are Invited to ,a ,fish fry and devotions; Bible Study, TEMPLE Our dedication and Patronal Edward T. Graham of Mt. Zion
and a Tie and Apron Party on Interlude and Singing Session, BAPTIST Festival services and activitiesare Baptist Church.

Saturday July 11 at the home Seminar Sessdons, Panel Discussions Rev L A. Thompson, pastor as follows:
of Bro. Cleveland Jackson, 2141 Talent Hour, Congress The, men will sponsor their SALTER'S CHAPELRev.
NW 63rd St. It is being spon- Evening Service and the back annual Men's dinner this Sunday, August 2, Dedication Benson
Day H. J. pastor
sored by Usher Board No.1, home hour. Service at 10:30: a.m. ,
is Saturday at the church, from Flossie Marshall, reporterIt
Sis. Classle Porter president.Let Nearly 1800 delegates attend.
us attend all these events. ed this event. Nathaniel Thomas 12 noon until? A very deliciousas Monday, August 3, Annual was so nice to have so
They seem to be mentioned just from Gamble Memorial well as nutritive menu will I Picnic, Haulover Beach. many visitors with us in the
all be served. Delivery can be Sunday School and the 11 a.m.
cateually here but they are attended the Congress.The .
important functions in benefitof Annual State Sunday made by calling any member of .I Thursday, Solemn Sung Mass, service. Rev. Benson brought to
Feast of the
you and the church. I can School Convention of Eastern the committee. The affair is being Transfiguration; i. us a very powerful message.
7:00: a.m. 8 Solemn Even-
assure you they won't be 'dead', Florida will convene nt the A. given in behalf of Men'sDay and; Benediction p.m. of the There were two of our mem-
you will enjoy them. M. Cohen Temple C.O.G.L.C. July 26. Donation one song Blessed Sacrament. bers who were given their holy
Members and friends of Mrs. beginning July 8-12, 1747 NW dollar. communion Sunday, Sisters
Thelma Turner were greatly 3rd Ave. Monday evening at 8 o'clock Friday,*August 7Second An Willie Thorpe and Vera. Brown
pleased and touched to see her ZION HOPE BAPTIST the Red Circle and Sunshine nual Dance, Biscayne Terrace They are shut-ins.

back in church. Mrs. Turner Band, Mrs. M. Hepburn, directress Hotel Starlight Room, 9 p.m. The pastor discussed part of
had been hospitalized and then 5129 NW 17th Ave. and Mattie Harris, president Sunday, August 9, Patrunat I the final plan for the Wednes-
,
homebound for several months. Church Rev. P. Freeman, pastor will present "Slab Town, Festival Service, 9 a.m. lay opening of the Sunday
services
She came to church Sunday in were ,high Convention," a missionary playat School Convention. Mrs. Cornelia -
a wheel chair.. May the Lord ill day Sunday The pastor the church. The Fellowship Hour pro Glenn is in charge of
preached from the 18th gram, 5 You are Invited
continue to bless and keep her. ; 1st Kings and 27th verse.chapterof Written by the late Dr. Nan to all, of these p.m. services and ac I transportation to Belleglade on

We will have baptism Sun- nie H. Burroughs, the play is tivities. When you come out foi Wednesday morning.

BEREA BAPTIST Jay morning at Virginia Beach packed full of pathos and light our dedication services y o uwon't Sister Ada Alexander of
Everyone is to meet at the humor from beginning to endand have to worry about eat Stewardess Board No. 1
6770 NW 15th Ave. church Sunday at 7:30: so we all is bound to keep the audience ing. Dinners will be on salt became a new grandmotherfor
Rev. J. Toles, pastor can"-go to' the water together.Rev. laughing. Mrs. M. Hepburnis for 150. Mrs. Joshua (Doris; I the first time, we wish her
We, at Berea are still thank- Andrew Jackson will be directing and the admissionis Johnson >is chairman of the
Ing God for His many Blessings. preaching Tuesday night at the only fifty cents. Come and': dinners. Tickets are now on MT. HERMON CHURCH
Sunday is expected to be a 'high church for choir No. 1. enjoy an evening of Christian sale for our dance. You may
day at Berea. The pastor will entertainment and see our secure your tickets from any. Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor
be in charge all day. We are in. DAY SPRING BAPTIST young people in action. member or call the ticket chair. Miss Hazel Kirkland, reporterOn
vlting our many friends and 2991 NW 62nd Street ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. man, Mrs. Major (Jane) Lewis next Sunday, July 12 will
well wishers to come and share Rev. William Slater, pastor For table reservations call the be one of the greatest days that
with us in our communion ser- We were blessed with the O. W. Foster, pastor chairman of arrangements, Mrs.Eli'sha we at Mt. Hermon look for-
vice morning and night. The presence of the Holy Spirit Miss Dorothy Major, reporter S. (Julie) Clarke Jr. ward to every year. It's our
Pastor's Aid Mission will meet throughout the day when our During the absence of our Cost of tickets 150. Hope to Fourth Annual Youth Day. The
with us in behalf of the presi- pastor delivered the sermons superintendent, John Bullard of see all of you very soon. theme will be "Youth Today
dent, Sister Veda Jolly. Every "Meet Me in The ,City" and the Sunday School. Mrs. Ber- Faces Tomorrow Challenges
one is invited.FRIENDSHIP. "Prayer Meeting at Midnight." Our Junior Choir will furnish SHILOH BAPTISTRev. Chairman for this day is Sister
Choirs 1 and 2 sang togetheron music during our morning eer MeNeil and co-chairman: is
both occasions with great vice next Sunday. There will A. M. Griffin, pastor Barbara Dallas.
M. BAPTISTRev. enthusiasm We invite you to be a membership meeting Tuesday Sister C. M. Myles, reporter
J. E. Jenkins, pastor worship with us during regular July 14. All members are The members and officers We have selected to speak
Ruby Lee Carr, reporter services and to attend revival asked to be out to this meet- cordially Invite you to their for us to very fine leader
inspiring prayer meeting on the 13th to pastor's 21st anniversary beginning among young people in this day
Sunday' services were so
the 17th of July. Preaching Ing.Ways and Means meeting July 13-19. and age. OUr', morning speakeris
all with delivering
day pastor -
starts on the 20th of July by 12 5 All members are the Rev. George Chappell,
both sermon. We are Rev. G. W. Phillips of Ft. Laud. July asked to, be p.m.out. Usher Board Monday, July 13, 8 p.m. assistant pastor of Greater
eo elated over our many visi- .
erdale. Join with us in our Greater New Macedonia Baptist Ward Chapel AME Church,
No. 1 will tea the
sponsor a on Church and congregation Rev. I Hallandale, and the evening
tors.Our plea for a sin sick world. lawn of Mrs. Range's Funeral ,
get well wishes are extended Home in behalf of Woman'sDay. R Jackson, pastor; Tuesday, Richard Allen, a lOOt graduateof
I to Sis. Lillle Mae Sher- MACEDONIA BAPTIST The public is invite The St. Matthew's Freewill Baptist the Aquinas High School, Ft.
; field in Jackson Hospital and to Church and congregation, Rev.J. Lauderdale.The .
church whole Is asked to
as a
3165 N. W. 5fth Street B.
Woodley, pastor; Wednes-
all of sick members. Come
our do their best in this drive. Mrs. music will be furnished
Rev. Roscoe Jackson Pastor day, New Mt. Moriah and congregation :
,, to lifted.church, have your faith Willie J. Beard, reporter Evelyn K. Johnson, chairman, Rev. A. L. Sfrlpp, by the Greater New Bethel Missionary
Services on last Sunday were Mrs. Elizabetha Mitchell, co. pastor; Thursday, First Baptist Baptist Church Junior
high and well attended. The chairman. Church of Opa-locka, Rev. W. J. Choir No. 1 which the Bro.
I MT. :CALVARY: CHURCH pastor was ,in charge. Macon, pastor; Friday, New Oliver Gilbert is president and
Our pastor will be absent ST. MARK BAPTIST Zion Baptist, Rev. C. R. Solomon Mt. Hermon Junior Choir No.
Rev. E. Atchison, pastor during his two week vacation. 1814Nw 5th Court I 3 1. Donna Cordere, president.
pastor, Sunday
Constance Carter, reporter Our associate minister, Rev. L. Rev. C. W. Wade, pastor p.m.
Revival meeting is now in 'J. Green will be in charge of We, the members of St. Mark Ebenezer Baptist and congre- These two choirs will sing to
progress at Mt. Calvary. It began the services. We ask God's wish to thank all of our mem- gation will worship with us, gether. The music will be great.
At 3 we will have choirs
July 6 with prayer meet- blessing upon them. bers and friends who helpedus Rev. O. W. Foster, pastor. Din- from all p.m. Dade and Brow
over
lag and It Is, being continued Let's not forget Usher Board to make our revival services ner will be served following the ard Counties in Youth
night 13 No., 1 will be celebrating its a great success, with special a On
nightly. Monday July sermon. Elder E. Ross will be Parade
Program. The is
: will officially start the week 2nd anniversary beginning Fri thanks to Rev. W. C Edcar, our public
the
master of ceremonies. invited to
and the
with the revivalist for the occasion. come see
of preaching. The meeting day night general
.. starts at 7:30 p.m. each ana church in charge and closingout The public is cordially Invited youth of our community per-
t1 every night. Everyone is invit- Sunday, July' 12 with Rev.O. to come out and help us form.
;;J eel to come out and have their W. Foster, pastor of Antioch celebrate our pastor's anniversary For Best Results
;tI.rlaJthjftednor: : ,: to renew 'their Baptist Church, Liberty City on July 12 at 3 p.m. Rev. This will be the greatest

faith with the Lord. Won't you delivering the sermon. The tuneIs Macon will be the speaker for Try Classified Ad Youth Day that Mt. Hermon
a
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adds: "This proposal was not concludes, "that In proposing !I
supported by the majority of this amendment, we have act- /1
'For HumaniRights the Florida delegation. How ed consistently with the posit-! /
ever there was a considerablenumber tlon of our Association and of "
to'" the creation' of" civil rights bill has become the who voted Individually our School Board policy with '
Execuve leading
[Pat L. Tornillo, Jr., up of nil
Secretary of the Dade the National Educators Move- law of the land, than for NEAto In support of the proposal. respect to Integregation "
"I want to make it perfectly of our school system.!!
aspects
Tor- r
[County Classroom Teachers'Association ment for Human Rights. lie the first group to demon
clear that the amendment Chairman Walter O'Brien will
was
[: announced today nillo said: "It was evident from strate our support of the- President -
k introducted by the Dade Cbunatlon act as a clearing-house for the
the formation of the National the beginning that the opposi- of the United States, Lyn-
not by the Florida Edu- Eventually, the group
Educators Movement for Hu- tion of white Southern dele- don B. Johnson. group.
Man Rights. The group will gates and the coolness of NEA FLORIDA COOL ty Classroom Teachers' Assocl- hopes to become part of the
function on a national level, leadership toward the desegre- Back In Miami this week, he cation Association. We feel," he NEA structure.
[with membership on an individual gation proposal meant a hard .
as well as affiliated asso- fight to get it adopted. As a t .
[elation basis. Wide in scope, it result, an extensive and quickly x No llrRrTl OPEN 7 DAYS 1
NO nwNl 9 AJ*. TO 9 P.M.Wjjjj .
[:will deal not only with civil organized campaign to reach ,
rIghts but also with all aspects every delegate was immediately "
fof human rights.Formation initiated. Meetings were held .
of the group came almost continuously for three ': j
f about as the results of the ef- days, for the purpose of map- II
fctive combined action of delegates ping battle strategy. These
from 10 states in passing were attended by delegates I I
a resolution on desegregation of from all sections of the coun- {:' *,
\ affiliate at last week's annual try." II
convention of the National As- CASH & CARRY I )
TORNILLO LEADS:
sociation at Seattle, Washington.
t ,
When Tornillo introduced the I
At its Initial meeting in Seat desegregation amendment on CURTIS SHINGLES "Tt" I
tie, Pat chairman Tornillo acted as temporary the he offered floor of the the NEA group's assembly official One of the Friendly, Courteous G u> I ESC I

Walter O'Brien, Executive and appointed Sec- clarification and intent of the Employees Super BETTER MEAT FOR LESS AT .SL ... IRIG.
retary of the Philadelphia amendment as follows: .CTN.2.55 WE TRIM YOUR MEAT PURCHASES CLOSE I
Teachers' Association, as chair 1. Restrictive labels shall / CIGARETTES TRY OUR
man and Peter Goodis of the have been removed; and ((2)) a
Nassau County (N.Y.) Teach- must be developed and presented KINOI O59 tivi CMOICt HtfFiUNSHAS II
ers' Association as Executive to the NEA Executive Com- mmi oTR Vi? kaJLwIi .
Vice-Chairman, to make plans mittee by July 1, 1060. 1 :
for the group which will meet "The amendment does not IHOMININO ( .y
again next year in conjunctionwith say, 'Integrate or elsehe BAKERITEMVmCIM.MM.mTOIl.IT I -SB
the NEA convention in stated, "In fact, it Is a begin 21i.'ge :
New York City. Also appointedwere ning date, not an ending date." 3 :N 49c U I 49s, ...! .
coordinators for each of Questioned about what has ...
the major geographic area of been called a "Compromise" on I wNNN/1/W111
the county. the amendment's last para- SUGAR 1
1 TISSUE ORADI'A'rUUOA INIPPIO D&DIA..MUM OftADI A
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States which led the successful graph, Tornillo said: ? NIVII .
FROZIN CUT.UMFRYERS CHfCKIN &lTTLI.IAND 4fc4fe "
drive to pass the NEA desegregation "It was not a compromise at 4 aou19c IAVE... EXTRA URGE C 5 SAl53D M i
resolution are: Mich-- all. The last paragraph was
igan, Oregon, Washington, New changed to comply with the 29 DOZ
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Minnesota, North Carolina and constitutional provision in the EGGS
Mexico, Arizona, Idaho, Penn- NEA by-laws which places the SALTINES U-SAVE: lOo NECTAR i
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Minnesota, North arolina and should be-with the highest judi- 1
Dade County, Florida. These cial body In the NEA structurethe 1 'U..IOA"LI MAWMMM"AI UtCWPINEAPPLE 1
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same states provided the nucleus Executive Committee. 1 JELLY 1I.
of delegates in formation of Last week in Seattle Tornillo
the new Nation Educators Move- told the 0,500 NEA delegates: 18 JS 23c all} : LAMB '2 IQ 31 c -:' :

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CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS GratitudeThe JOHN SAMUEL JOHNSON,

family of the late, 2371 NW 74 St., died June 30,
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. IN MEMORIAMIn ,... ';;",' son officated, with burial in

I PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1964 loving memory of our ','. t;' Evergreen. His survivors nre
,
dear husband, father and grandfather mother, father, five sisters and

brothers.

IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe \,' ", ':$ < j MRS. MARY THOMAS JOHNSON -
':,. #'J1' .," ; <, 17535 SW 103 St., died June
family of the late, o \
In sad but loving of! 4J' }'-:.JJ ,' conducted
memory HARRY JOHNSONtake '! :; .: 29 Services were on
t dear husband and father .. 'k.,0N. .. "?
our this method of expressingtheir ;., ; ;t '' ,"". Monday, from the Spirtiual
,
{e ;"
; Church with burial in
Baptist
sincere thanks' to their < '
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,;riends who sent them telegrams ':.t. lI" ;': : ;'. Paradise. Among her survivorstwo
cards, flowers, and the '. ,, ,_ 'j,'"'',r"I<.J'>ir.: '.''Ij daughters, Miss Barbara
ase of their cars, also to the 141i ,,''':;' 1't" ': : Johnson, Perrine, Mrs. Wilhel-
neighbors of NW 50th St., for I : ": : mina Davis of Dania, and one
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;t', .,{ ;i" : '<' :' Theodore Johnson of
heir letter of sympathy. Specil I "; .' son Mr.
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1" ,
thanks to Father Lambert "On 10r ." ,1< Springfield, Mass.
,
;
.A ands Rector of St. Agnes .. :> '

Church, who conducted the fun ; ,.. 'fr'' WILLIE MARION BELL,
eral services in the Range 2365 NW152 Terr., Opa-locka,
Memorial Chapel. Our thanks to died June 30. Chapel services
..vlr Charles R. Higgs, who !play. ; :: \ ;/"JO : were conducted Monday, Rev.
!d the organ for the service. To : ,, James A Grisby officated with
I
che. Range Funeral Home for
.. burial in Evergreen. Amongnis
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their kind and sympathetic -.. .....
survivors one brother Wai-
SEVA BURROWS MADER-
service rendered.Mrs. .
Elmira Taylor, sister i who departed this life on June of Miami, and one sister Mrs.
Mr. Richard Thurston, 14, 1964 wish to express their Blunt of Wadley, Ga.
brother sincere thanks and appreciation -
Mr. Charles Johnson uncle for all forms of condolences JIMMIE LEE WILSON,
florals and deeds afforded 2926 NW 48 St., died July 4.
Mrs. Sadie Baykins aunt
them during their bereavement.To Among his survivors mother
JOSEPH EVANS the neighbors for their kindness and father, four brothers five
CARD OF THANKSThe who departed this life July 8, and understanding. Special sisters, two grandmothers, two
1963. thanks to Rev. A. D. Hall, aunts, three uncles, Servicesand
of the late.
family Sweet are the memories, that officers, and members of Ebenezer arrangements are incomplete -

JAMES W. BETHEL : -"rN ;'jI' : never fade of one we love, M. Church. To the entire. .
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who departed this life July 5, .;,'AV'J";(!ids''))1:(,?w tA r' .43 t"'l'h"S,1.1'" ';'' 1952. ,.\Jt; 't''h"o/.1.>,', ''';''41;,"..,,.1'**,' ; :t. Broken link, we could' never Home for efficient and courte- -JOHN ALLISON, 2115 NW 50
Gone but not forgotten, we loved '.t' : ''f'ljJ j replace.Always ous service rendered. From our St., died July 2. A native of
you but Jesus loves you 'T3t;,< \' 1 in our hearts hearts we say to all of you God Clearwater, Fla. Survivors include
best. Wife, children and grandchildren bless you and keep you alwaysin a daughter. Arrangements

So sleep on beloved. h 1 :' y't His care. incomplete.MRS. .
*,..
The Family The Entire Family

Mrs. Eva A. Bethel wife IN MEMORIAMIn LILLIE MAE WRIGHT,
Mrs. Leola CambridgeMrs. died at home, 2195.-NW 68 Terr.
Beatrice V. Miles loving memory of our IN MEMORIAMIn Her survivors four daughters,
Mrs. Marie Y. Richardson mother, grandmother' and great one son, mother one sister, and
daughters grandmother. loving memory of our one brother. Arrangements in
James H. Bethel '
dear mother, complete.
Eustace A Bethel, sons MRS. JESSIE ALBURY .
and grandchildren who departed this life July 8,

IN MEMORIAMIn 1955.
Gone but not forgotten may FRANCIS .
loving,memory of my dear she rest in peace.
husband, Mrs. Lillian Smith AUSTIN DELAVOE of 205-1

Mrs. Olive Neely, daughtersand NW 5th Pi:, died ;July 1. Ser-
familyRANGE vices will be held Saturday,
July 11,. 2 p.m. at St. Mary's

tC, gr. ias.a. ILA Weslyn Methodist, Church with
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Elev. H. V. Stewart pastor of-
LITTLE THOMArf AUSTIN JR. PFC ERNEST B. MANNING, ficiating. Survivors include his
who passed away June 20, wish of Co. B, 1st Bn., 13th Infantry, wife Louise, three sisters, three
to express their heartfelt thanks was the victim of an automobile brothers and, a host of other
for the kindness and gratefulness accident while on duty in Ger relatives and friends'
shown them during their many. Local rites were held
time of sorrow. Special thanks Wednesday at First Baptist MRS., LAURA BLACKSTONE
to the neighbors, friends, and Church of Brownsville, Rev of 138 NW 'St., apt., ((7)) died
co-workers, for flowers, telegrams Davis officiating.MRS. July 6. Arrangements are in-
condolences and cards.A complete. Survivors include a
special thanks to Francis IRENE SANDS; of 4719 grandr-daugnter a grand-son
I'uneral Home. M wRa 1 4 NW 32nd Ave., died July 2. Her a host of other relatives and
He leaves to mourn a mother, ; f survivors include: husband, friends
father, three brothers, two two brothers and two sisters. ;
aunts, two uncles?; two grandmothers AHS. MARY JANE HAYWOOD Services were held Monday, k1 i'i 1t ARIUNGTON of 11UUfeu
and a host of relatives who departed this life July 7, in ,the chapel. w W ulb'. uieu J wy -*, AIi'diigemems '-
and friends 1963. ut mis time ure in-
The Family The sun will set and grow dim, MRS. EDITH MAE SABB CV.111HtLurV1VO'S! muuue his
The stars will fade away; JOHNSON, of 5039 NW 27th WAlt; one sister, one aunt, two
CARD OF THANKSThe But our love and memory of Ave., was dead upon arrival at tides granuiauner and u host
her the Dade Medical Center. Her of otner relatives and friends.
CHARLES DEAN family of the late, Will last forever and a day survivors are: mother, step-

who departed this life July 12, JOHNNIE MAE DUUULASS Children, grand-children, father, two minor sons, three BABY BOY HEPBURN infant -
1958. wish to thank the memoers greatgrandchildrenIN brothers, one sister two uncles I son of Mr. and MIS. Brad-
Gone, but not forgotten. and friends of Bethel AME and three aunts. Services were welt Hepburn of 447 N W 14 St.
I entered once a nome. of care Cnuroh for kindness in our MEMORIAMREV. held in the chapel Wednesday, apt, (It) was stillborn at Mt.
old age and pleasure, nours of sorrow. Thanks to with Rev. Grisby, officiating.- ainai Hospital on July 3. Grave-
where tnere was peace and joy Usner Board No. two, Choir july U, at Paradise '
within, No. 1 American Legion Auxiliary WILLIE LEVELL, 2948 NW side service held Thursday,
I ask me lovely husband No. 105, Special thanks. to 51st St., died July 5. Mr. Levell
whence: Uev. S. L. Gay and Church for was a native of Buena Vista,

he told me Christ was all. beautiful service. Also to my Ga., and had lived in Miami Benson officiating. The remainsare
Mrs. Mae Dean, wife asst. pastor Rev. F. J. Hicks since 1038. Final rites will be ,
in
in our.reposing
held in Buena Vista this Sun- now repose
and family for consoling words, neighborsof "
10th( Ave., and East bunche day. His survivors include a room.
Drive for donation, friends of brother, two. slater.;, I r .
IN MEMORIAM
Magnolia Gardens for food do
nations other kindnesses cars n MRS. LEONIA COFIELD, of Attention
In memory of, flowers and sympathy. Specialthanks 2810 NW 51st St., died July 7.
JOHN (Coffee) LIVINGSTONwho to Range Funeral" Home She Is survived by husband: Home OwnersFor

departed this life on July and staff for kindness.Ola three daughters, one son, one quality building
7.- 1063. grandchild three brothers. Ser-
I Mae Colvin and family ,
Gone, but not forgotten. vices will be held 2 p.m., Monday addition and remodeling
There's an open door at the I' in the Memorial chapel. PL 4-0655
end of the road, IN MEMORIAM She will lie in repose after 1

Through alone which each must go In sad, but loving memory- of p.m. Sunday. NO DOWN PAYMENT

And there, is a light we cannotsee our loved one, JAMES COLSON, SR.. of 1340 From $5 per week

our father claim his own. MRS. LEONIA MINGO NW 51st Terr., died July 3. He FHA OR BANK TERMSFla.
The Family ROBERTSwho Is survived by his wife, three
departed this life June sons, four. daughters, 12 grandchildren Room Kitchens
: CARD OF THANKS 30, 1953. and two' sisters. Ser B dkroom Bathroom
,. Although time has passed THOMAS L. HENDERSONwho vices will be held Saturday, 2 'CarportGarac**
'Y f since you left us, the memoryof departed. this life July 8, p.m., at Mt. Tabor Baptist
)If The family of the late, you will always remain with 1962. Church Rev, Purdy Brown of. Awning F..cea

i, MR. JAMES DEMERITT ;Us; we miss you oh! so much Come unto me shadows darkly flciatlng. The remains are now
#I : wish to thank their many and sound voice that is ,still. gather, in repose in the chapel.' News Realty, Inc.
a (i'friends for I cards, flowers, and ,1 Sadly missed,"by the familyM. .When the sad heart Is 'wearyand ,(BUILDERS DIVISION)
: kindness that was extended Roberts, daughter distress, MRS. 'KATIE HEADINGS of
P ?' during their moments of bereavement Mary Roberts, daughter' Seeking for comfort from 3101 NW 46th St., died July 7;, 4740 NW 7th Ave.
t ., Louise DeVeaux, sister Your Heavenly Father She is survived by two sons, 1XDV
I Alberta Demerltt, wife Miriam Russell sister Come unto me, and! I will give three daughters, 26 grandchildren
." Lillian Archer and Madelyn Olive Mayo, sister you rest. five greatgrandS and, one
Your Silent Salesman
&I Davis sister missed sister. Services will be held A
daughters Rudy Tharpe, Sadly Ie .
0::' Stafford, George, Arthur: Clifford Mingo, brother Widow, Leila Hendersonand Saturday, 4:30: p.m. at Saulters Miami Time Clattied Ad

and Alfred, sons Key West, Florida children, ,' Chapelof Brownsville, Rev.
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FOR SALEDIES FOR SALE RICHARDSON THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

unusually fine sport 2-BEDROOM, netter type homeat I SATURDAY, JULY II, 1964 PAGE 13 j
[wear and dressy clothes, sacri- P63 NW 74th St. built for MRS. BESSIE FAHMEn, 820
icing, size 16-14, also nien'sllarge himself by builder. It's1 a b ati- NW 69th St., passed July 2, ,
shirts, Blacks, shorts, ty. $1,500 down. One mortgage Survivors are: one son a sister I

private\ PL M255, Only PL 9-8779$85 month, Fenster Realty one and brother several, a other daughter-in-law relatives., NOW RENTING NEW 2-Bedroom Apts. J

NO t1ALJFYiNa CBS du- Services were held on Wednes-
)leiK l "", 2-b droom each side, tile COLORED,large family, 4 bedroom day, July 8, at Mt; Tabor Bap- FREE GAS AND WATER '
'' root appliances! good location. beautydDS, hear list Church at 7 p.m. with Rev.P. ,J
.'WithT$500 I doWn YoU cah move schools, bias shobp'lrig} $11,700.<<;' S. Brown officiating{ The $24.00 Weekly $50.00 Deposit
'kr8ht! '' in arid HVe rent free. Only $86 month {includes taxes ana body vas shipped to Arlington Terrazzo Floors ''Downstairs Oak Floor Up-
olUH mortgage. Life Realty, insurance National where burl-
plus down payment Cemetery
41192 NW 7 Ave. Plaza 0-4371 Open Sunday, 0940 NW 6th Ct. al was conducted on Friday. stairs Traverse Rods Tile Bath with Shower -

n evenings and Sundays. Fenster Realty PL 9-8779. Nice, quiet neighborhood) Convenient transport*
JAMES LEE of 324-13th Ave.
CLOSING COSTS Florida INVESTMENT property. We passed July 5. Survivors are tion. Adults preferred '
m, enclosed front porch have a terrific deal for Invest- his wife ahd several other re-
ttl'g' aWttlngSj (Store. and re- ment that will 'pay you back al. latives. Services will be held on 765 N. W. 69th Street PL 4-9069
Jt fiwatbr. Price is. $&,500, $300w most double. Two 11
rental units Saturday, July at the cha-
month..
"[> ahq $T7. Ave. Life Real- plus all furnished apts. for pel with Rev Emory Jackson
4932 NW 7 PL 0-4371.
owner. Less than
$1,000 dowii. officiating.
jlpen evenings. and Sunday. This Is a real deal, call us for ) h

10 CLOSING COSTS CBSpp1ex PL Information.9-8779. Fenster Realty. EBENEZER METHODISTRev. I BEST BUYS IN TOWN'I I
2-bedrooms each side
[lie roof, appliances, with only OND HEIGHTS, Aaron D. Hall Pastor Drive by, then come to Shell Realty
IGOO down live E.
can rent
you Ingram
FHA reporterOn
free the 3-BEDROOM, 1 bath,
as monthly paymenu ,
are only $8D.75. Life Realty, only $350 down to Qualified buy the return of Rev. A. D. o
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 0-4371. ere $73 month includes taxes Hall, as pastor of Ebenezer, the 1369 NW 40th StreetNo
and
Open evenings and Sunday. Insurance. Call us on this Church Is moving( on with the
one. 14800 Tyler Street. Fenster 2-bedYoom furnished'
program lrt.th new conference; qualifying, completely
CLOSING COSTS CBS Realty PL 9-S779. year. A Welcome Back tea will front and rear porch, dining room, central heating, '
| ih best location in Manor be sponsored by the auxiliaries -
total month.
NEW! NEWI! NEWT 3-bedroom. carport. Only $8,900 $70
Park. All the of the church
rooms on
are large, Sunday July
carport and extra large lot. heat 2-bath, built-in, plus garage, central 12, at 4 p.m., In the social hall >- I '
kitchen
Price is only custom- of the church
$10,500 $250 the public is
down and $73 month. Life Real built home. 736 NW 49th St. cordially Invited. 3834 NW 15th Avenue
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 0-4371. Open Sunday, 1-6 p.m. Fenster
ty
Open evenings and Sundays. ealty. PL 9-8779. The budget of the church Is 3-Bedroom, large front jalousted porch, carport,.,
now being prepared. Mr. WIl- new roof. Excellent condition. $9,000 total. Term to .
NO QUALIFYING ,g,;, NICE? HOUSE, 444 NW 10th liam H. Fuller, chairman of be arranged. ,
rooms, enclosed front 2-bed-1 Ave. JU111 commission on) stewardship and .
appliances. Very good finance, which Will soon bo pre- -- ---
tion in Manor Park. Price is FOR RENT sented to the official board. 132 NW 45th StreetNo
$7,500, $500 down and $70 per Off. with a big: bang!! One
month. Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 CLEAN furnished room with all of the first big financial pro- qualifying. Home and income, 4-bedroom plus
Ave. PL 9-4371. Open eveningsand modern conveniences. In quiet ject was the launching to the 1-bedroom apt. Partly furnished $6.900 total, $75
Sundays.OPEN place. Call OX 1-4864. organized Men's Day, Mr. Ben monthly. '
Strachan serving as chairman
SUNDAY 3-6 p.m. 570 ROOM. Men only, $10 week, and Mr. James E. Martin, cochairman --. -
NW 49th St., 3-tfcdroom CBS, quiet home. 1012 NW 75th St. The Secretary, Mr
1590 NW 38th StreetNo
spotless, air conditioned home PL 8-4925 Lentils Johnson nnd Mr. M. M
garage, tile roof, Total $12,()()()- fns'nice Lewis, treasurer Under the qualifying. 4-bedVoom and 3-bedroom duplex.
$3& down and $83.00 a month ROOM quiet home. leadership of these officers, the
Phone NE 4-5744 Immaculate inside. Dining room, utility room, appliance
J>" all A Ben-Korl Realtor; 2531 NW 55 entire church has pledged to
lutes I PL 9-5533, days -PL 12243.. _St. __ support the 75 men that are at *. Only $1,000 down.

OPEN SUNDAY LOVELY HOUSE, fenced In the helm, as captains. -0-
34 401 NW will
Golden Glee Circle
43rd St. only $200 down and yard small family only, will have The charge of class meeting on 600-602 NW 69th StreetCBS
$G8 month pays total l $10,000, apply rent to purchase if want
2-bedroom CBS,a11\\ '' roof, large to buy. $22 per week, very con Tuesday night. corner 2-bedroom duplex, completely furnished.
Fla. room, carporte.. This is a venlent. NE 5-5560 sick Let and us not shut-ins forget; to Mrs.visit Ruth the Front'and rear porch, $16,500 (total $600 down FHA.
bargain: see it A Ben Korl _
; sure. -
51st Terr. and q-
Dames 1851 NW ,
,
Realtor nites PL 9.5533, days 1-BEDROOM AJPT. $16 weekly,
PL 12243. stove and refrigerator, 2-bed- Mrs. Maud Ingram, Christian 18RO-2; NW 38th Street
room apt. $25 weekly, air con I Memorial Hospital. .
NO QUALIFYING $950 down dition. PL 08372. The Men's Day drive at side comolete-!
Ebenezer Methodist Church has furnished.
2-bedroom CBS Fla. room, $83.00
1512E It Is
launched.
month all 1st Ave. nice efficiency been officially -
in
pays move fight down FHA terms.
very nice. 551 NW 45th St. with private tile bath, rea fervently desired that all con- ,
Drive by then call A Ben-Korl sonable, adults, FR 0-0320. cerned and connected with this -0-
Realtor Nites PL 9-5533 Days. drive please chahnel your efforts "
PL 12243. NEW 2 bedroom apts., free gas toward making it a large MANY OTHER GOOD BUYIS '
and water, $24 weekly, $50 dep. success.; The chairman, Mr.
OPEN Adults preferred; all modern Ben Strachan Is soliciting the
NW 3-fl p.m.-230 convenience.! 765 NW 69th St. wholehearted support of all of- SHELL REALTYM
52nd St. 4-bedroom, 2-bath, PL 4-9069. ficers, members' and friends of .
oarate living big kit-
$ room Ebenezer to help us achcive our
We chen,family fence, special carport$400 workshop down, FURNISHED 2-room apart- goal. 4260 NW 7th Ave. 758-5551
FHA. A Ben-Korl Realtors ment; ideal for a working lady. I Eugene E. Francis Sr.,
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nites PL 95533. days PL 12243.; Near Grandway and buses, on chairman of publicity committee

NW 56th St. 7578228. _._....._

NW CBS 2-bedroom, tile roof CLEAN furnished 3-room house, __.-.._-..-...- "" .........-... 1 1I I 8 r C dT: r"iD d1'Cr Q d'1'A' !D Cq'A'1-A"" 1D V A ,

hard wood floors tile bath and fenced yard, hot water heater '
kitchen excellent high schools 6313177. NOW! i la the Time to Sell

one block from bus stop; no
broker-call mornings &-8 a.m. A NICE, CLEAN furnishedapt That Home.. Use a Times' [ BEAUTIFUL ESTATEs
or evenings 6-0 p.m. NE 42215. ? In a nice, quiet place. 6300
NW 15th Ave. Phone FR 1-0797
or NE 4-1880. Ask for Kelley. Classified Ad! ....- .-....
CBS 3-bedroom Fla. room oak
floors and carport, on closing CLEAN FURNISHED 3-room -...-..----..--.-.--- a
cost $350 down $79 per month. house, stove and refrigerator, Attention Teachers or Professionals
FHA terms. Kev at News Real $14 per week, 358 NW 10th St.
ty Inc. 4740 NW 7th Ave PL (rear), FR 1-0177 or PL ugie's Guest House


LOVELY 4OG55. CBS 2-bedroont oak 1-BEDROOM 1-1475. duplex, adults 4 ., ''The house of unusual rooms I SEE! 235 N.W.47th St.

floors, tile roof and appliance 1309 NW 44th St. $16 week. .
$350 down, $72 per month,.FHA Open 24 hours NE 4-3831
terms. Kev at News Realty Inc. FOR SALE (Shown by appointment only)
4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655.) Seeing i la BelievingSee

Gonzalez Cuban Gorgeous 3-bedroom, 2 bath, lovely Fla. 4 '
4-BEDROOMS, 2-baths, 2-kit- us for clean room
Market
chens and 3-bedrooms, one n '
Hath call 6963727. 1116 NW 3rd Ave. Jamaica Dugie always a i room, built-in kitchen, central air con' ,!

Year round business 3

:"NW SECTION CBS $12,000 3-bedroom FHA. $82.95 2- Grocery Established- Meats since- 1923 Frozen friend \ ditioning and beautiful l swimming pool

month plus tax and Insurance.
1533 NW 41th St., no brokers. Food Box Vegetable Box 2941 NW 47th St., Miami ;

Beer and! Wine Q on 2 large lots. Price right for quick sale.

.MAGNIFICENT! Manor Park Price reasonable .
huge 3-bedroom, 2-bath, CBS vi. .--.-....
'estate plus 1-bedroom house I TRY!
'on 2 lots. Drive by 1281 NW TRY! Colon Realty
40th St.,. and call Fenster Real- EXCLUSIVE BY
NE 4-8634 e
ty. PL 98779.COLORED NE 4-0490 l

CBS Air condition 3 bedroom I
corner duplex, in- NEWS REALTY Inc.
come. This corner CBS beauty, Fruit trees, large living room with real fire place r
um., nicely with Income from
2 units plus extra-for owner at trance suitable for a small business.

unbelievable low price of furnished. 1-bedrootn with private en- PL 4-0655
12200.. with monthly payments and partly V 4740 NW 7th Ave.
Soo- All you need Is down pay- $10,500 total. price! $350 down $72 month >

men Drive by or call us. 1545 pay all

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trip to the city of Frank Peace Force. ,
furt was enlightening. The "We, the women from the .'
German 'women expressed their NATO countries assembled at !.
feeling of guilt, becaue of Hit the Hague, May 14, 1064, affirm ("' .
ler's extermination of so many our belief that effective
( Jews, still they did not fall to steps toward disarmament are ..
tell us that we dropped the now 'possible and urgently nec-
bomb on Hiroshima. These women essary.
do not want war, especiallya
nuclear< war. They have suf- We wish to protest against
ferred the loss of relatives, the formation of a multilateral Y
; homes and property. nuclear force and all pro-
posals for the sharing and w
We visited the city i spreading of nuclear weaponsIn
hall as the guests of the Lord the NATO Alliance or any
Mayor's representative and other nation or group of nations -
were shown a fountain called, .
"Justice." The only thing left
standing after the bombing of "We want the resources of
the world be __ __ _
that part of the city. to used for the -- -- n

We had with alleviation of the miseries of \ African Students South They are pictured here 1 Munubl, Christain Anasell Mon-
many meetings all people and for the benefitof
with two FAMU
these women, expressing and all mankind. agriculture I gl, Maurice Kwlyukwa Masolwa,
Visit FAMUMembers .
exchanging Ideas, and I would professors in front of the new Josephat Stephen Tirweshowa,
like to quote Mrs. Helen Gor- "We pledge ourselves to workin of a group of 14 Perry-Page Agriculture and Anicent Kinana Okachu. Stephen
don, a delegate from Oregon, our own countries for a students from Tanganyika' who Home Economics Building on S, Neema, Dunstan Joram
who directs a nursery schoolIn treaty to prevent the spread of have been studying agricultureat the Tallahassee campus Shown Mhina, Michael John Shanla,
a Jewish community center, nuclear weapons, for the elimination West Virginia University, left to right are: Dr. ClarenceB.
Peter Gehas
a non-sectarian school for nor- of all nuclear arma- Morgantown, visited the Flo- Owens, professor of agrono- Mpanga, Twijullle
mal and handicapped children. ments, and for world disarma- rida A&M University campus my; Peter Emmanuel Leone, Seme, and G. W. Conoly, associate -
She said, "I am a Jew and for ments with adequate interna- recently on the final of Jackson Augusto Kateglle, David professor and teacher-
many years I have had a lot of tional control. I lap a Daniel Masanja, Athanas Stephen trainer of agriculture and tech
anger at what they had done "We pledge our support to I three-week field trip tot h e Kauzeni, Celestin Ninalwo nology.
to '
my people and to other -
the United Nations and advocate -
people too, who are mine also. the prinple of universal New Workshop
The fact that 700
or m o r e .

Hague German and women were marching came to side the membership."We are convinced that the Courses Begin at Dr.I Jay Gutierrez

by side with me, not with survival of humanity does not FMC 13
weapons of war, but arm' intertwined depend on superior military July
to build a world of ST. AUGUSTINE CHIROPRACTOR
A four-
peace, has given me hope, that etheamutuplearespect of al) week Summer -
we are going to achieve this peoples." to Workshop, loading 2200 N.W. 36 St.Ph. 634-1117
kind of world. I want to Issue certification in teachingand .
this kind of warning there Although I had planned to slow learner, will be offered -
are times when we hate but stay a few days longer In Lon- at Florida Memorial Col-
If we are going to build peace, don, I got the urge to come to lege here, July 13 to August PalDINIl Office Treatment of
we must link hands In frIend- the good old United States. 7, Dean Sankey C Chao has .
ship and love with all these There Is no place like home, announced.The RUPTURE oA PILES _.
people ,the German womenas I would like to mention at
well as the women of other this time that nearly all the four new courses Included Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins, Prostate
countries, and the men too. delegates to the Women's in the Workshop are: -No lost dm e-Discard These a
Peace Conference at the Hague Upon Correction of Rupture. Redndnf
Then we will have achieved received their financial Heading Difficulties. and '
support Remediation, Correc- DR. LONG'S CLINIC Blood-Urine Tests
world understanding and Speech
from their and I
peace.". would like communities to thank all, the tion, Psychology of the Excep IMS S.W. lit Btv FU MT48 A. g.sersl >sr.. ..ert'fssu.oao.OGOOQOSoeOOo.oeGFo4OOGooeaI
In Paris and London, meet- people In this community who tional Child, and Education for
ings and sightseeing tours were helped send me as a delegate. Exceptional Children. All are #
arranged and evaluations were This trip was a most enlightening three-hour courses except the C..,
made of the trip. I would like inspiring, and gratifying latter, which Is six
you to read the peace pledge experience, and I truly For
certification
by the State
Which was adopted at the Con- hope I have brought a report Department of Education In STAR MEAT MARKET
ference by the NATO Women's that will be well received. any_ of the above subjects, a
total of 18 credit hours Is required -
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Apartments ned for those attending, Including -
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Chaos's office stated. -+-
Facilities for boarding as well
Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments as non-boarding students are Fresh Meat-Low Prices
Offering Many Features available, and a limited num- oj
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Newly Painted Venetian Blinds tine.

Washing Machine Laundry Rooms

Free Parking Auto hot water realer QUALITY CLEAN

Free Garbage Disposal Filtered water t I

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I suits, skirts, blouses, shoes'- all originals. $1 to $5
Mink, fox and other stoles and fur jackets $5 to $10. All* FRIENDS AND MEMBERS -
Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen l\IAY'J\IAKE: THEIR Bonded Insured Guaranteed

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,and, Mike. will greet you personally.GRACE'S and treasurer. She in also / I
/ Phone 221.2940
one of the ordained ministers.Our .
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North-South GameRed .___ ____ __ __ _&A AM__ -- __ _AVETERAN'S __- ----- 4

This column is prepared week- :,

Bob Hayes, the Florida A and fr ot the VA Office, Boom 100, "

Favorite M track and football flash, has :31 'BW 1st Ave., Miami, for In-
Tears Is accepted an invitation to play CORNER '.. fonnntlon of Veteran in this
International ClassicOscar for the South All-Stars In the | I
l North{>Uth AllStarsame here area.
vers' Red Tears had In the Orange Bowl Friday '-IL.ILIIlr.....T............ ... IT...........'IT. II'... .... '" .....11'......'" ........ ,.or....... .... II'.. ..-
suddenly become the "Sonda of night, December: 25, 1964. I
04" as Flagler's $80,000 International Ii i. Far too many of the more than I (C-number) and his Insurance
The invitation extendedby
was 150 number his alone and are
Classic approaches the million pieces of mall that I are
semifinal cutdown point Satur Coach Andy Gustafson, game flow through the Veterans Administration never duplicated, Boggs pointed
day, July 11 director and director of athletics t r each year cannotbe i out. Use of these numbersin
At this point, the young pup- l at University of Ml properly identified, the VA I correspondence will Insure
ami Is the second Rattler
Hayes
who won't be two years old i disclosed today.C. prompt and efficient service
until September- the hottest and the third Negro to represent W. Boggs, Miami VA Office and save both' time and cost of
the South in the
entry in the field of 16 and a Ex-Rattler half-postseason 51 SW 1st Ave., said that additional correspondence
red hot favorite with the fan game. too many veterans and their o ---
back Bob Paremore and
just as Sonda was last yeas ex- 'beneficiaries are merely sign- QUIZ CORNER
Jackson State end Willie Rich-
when she captured the $45,000 .. ing their names to correspondence (1. Inn. getting; n VA pen-
Summer Open and the track ardson starred for the South in REV. EDWARD T. and names are not enough. sion for iion-wrvlce-connccted
the 1962
sontest.
championship with 16 triumphs Almost all of the 30 million llnnbllltlrs. In there nn extraomnunt
Red Tears through the Richardson scored both touch. GRAHAM for attendant
swept name in VA's master Index payable on -
quarterfinals with three straight downs in the South's 15(14 victory file are duplicated, There are ?
triumphs and took his first and was named "most val hundreds of thusands of the
A, Yes
uable player" of the South by VICE PRESIDENT ; veterans WhO are
test in the semifinals to makeit more common names such as blind
the members of the or are so helpless as to
rour-in-a-row. press. Smith, Brown, Johnson, Jones, need the regular aid and attendance
Another youngster who has Paremore received the sports- DIRECTOR etc., but most other names are of another person may
been looking better with every manship award. Both Richardson duplicated at least scores of be eligible for an increased
start Is Fred Whitehead's Como, and Paremore are with Na FRANKLIN FEDERAL times amount. If you think you qualify .
who has a September birthdaythe tional Football League teams. The veteran's claim number check with VA.
same as Red Tears. Como Paremore is with the St. Louis
took his second win of the Cardinals and Richardson is SAVINGS AND LOAN -
stake series at the start of the with the Baltimore Colts.
semifinals and knocked off two ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI I Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
of the favored entries while do- Hayes was second In scoring
Ing It. These were Groover and last fall and was named to the
O. Ii's Fine Son. All-SIAC _mythical team. He Reverend Graham has long "MR. JACK"
In posting' his fourth straight holds world records in the 60. been a moving force In our
triumph, Red Tears overhauled 70, and 100 Bill Ewalt's ordinal Classic'' taI I The game Is sponsored by the sociological battle of our times STYLES FOR ALL AGES
vorite. Grave Glenn, to :win b, Nahi Shrine Temple and benefits and a man of the cloth he is respected The Very Latest in Men' Fashions
1%, which is the closest any rival the Shriner's hospitals for not only in our imme-
'has' been' to him since he crippled children. diate South Florida communitybut SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
started his winning streak.I I also in church, businessand ITALIAN SHOES '
After Saturday's third semi financial circles throughoutthe
final round, the field In the nals the folowing Saturday and nation. 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida
$80,000'event will be cut to right now Red Tears is the favorite
eight for the championship fl- to take it all. He often tells the story 0 f --
the old man who was on his ,
'death bed when the preachercame

NOW RUNNING to see him. The preachersaid

willing, "Brother to renounce Jones the are devil-you Attention!! Attention!!

The old man answered, "No, I,
p ain't. I don't figure I'm in any
position to be making enemies! SEE THE FABULOUS NEW

."In this world," continuedRev.
POST TIME Graham "Oar eyes may
be on heaven but our feet "Sunshine Homes"Now
0100 P.M.'TM should be firmly planted on the
)ground It is my firm belief
M that every man, every woman
and every family should havea Open For Public Display
savings account. It's exLs-
tance brings security and peace New Low Down Payment
of mind. It helps us ''to help
ourselves' he eald. Open Everyday Including Sun. 2.6 p.m.

ly.Msaah nlMealMgiwM'NO and"At Loan Franklin Association. Federal, a Savings financial These new homes have everything you

/ .Institution. chartered, by Mr. and Mrs.. Home See
the Federal Government, supervised want, Buyer.
!! 1D DOUILE by the Federal Government them!
your savings are Insured
$80,000 International to $10,000 by thn. Federal Savings -
Classic Final, semi-final Rd. and Loan Insurance Cur .
Saturday, July 11 poratlon, n permanent agencyof
Gate open 6 p.m. the Federal Government.Here Location of these new homes:
at Franklin Federal your

funds-*Vi percent earn generous a year, dividends paid and 1112 N.W. 37th Street

compounded four times. a year.
That's over 100% greater earn
than the interest
ing'
power
paid by the Post Office.
5221 N.W. 5th Ave.
"What's more, a.t Franklin
Federal your dollars are always -
available you can
z .- EXCLUSIVE BY
withdraw or add to them when-
like without red tape
ever you ,
and it only takes a minute to News Realty Inc. ..
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do."I

I many heartily good friends recommend throughout to my 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655 '

South Florida to take this. opportunity
to open their accountat
Franklin Federal Savings and

TXMUI. Association,. a strong

gr. p T r +""r f. eifclly chartered association
;, with resources approachingfour Florida Advance

Second Tour to New York World's Fair million dollars.

In New York CityJuly "Make friends with the good Training WorkshopAT
I people a t Franklin Federal -
29 Seven nights hotel lodging, six day admission to they'll assist you In opening a
I Fair, with transportation to and from hotel to Fair dally.
I On return trip, group will visit paTe of the late President ,new savings account. You will

John Fitzgerald, Kennedy' Cost flfiUfO. be delighted at the rapid SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL
18 day Educational Tour to.the East, Canada and Midwest growth your savings account .

-Two day* at World's Fair with admission paid and trans' will make as you add to it reg JULY 6.- 17th, 1964
from Savannah
portatlon from hotel to Fair. Tour lane Jaly'f5' -
Georgia. Three semester" bourn credit toward renewal ularly and as Franklin Federal
Teacher should mls
of teaching certificates Costa $19340. adds to it quarterly with gen- No Beautician or Cosmetology
10 day Educational Tour,to the Far West; Old Mexico, Los dividends.. this Grand Educational Seminar. There will be emir
Angeles and San Francisco, Calif. Seven Bights ct six day erous nent consultants, nationally and internationally '
for those who want to remain In Los Angeles, Calif. Three "Franklin Federal Saving the latest In Modern '
known to teach phases
semester hoars credit toward the renewal of teaching certificates and Loan Association is open you

is, a part For of Farther the.tour Information, Cost,$109.90.!' contact. _? from tOO UH &00 daily and Cosmetology. For information writes

YMCA Adult Program Travel dub until 8:00 p.m. Friday' evenings_ 1113 NW 3rd Ave. or Call FR 49998r
714 West Broad Street. Oar offices are located at the JulyisBob .
Savannah Georgia corner of N. W. 3rd Ave and ''I
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{ j SpearingSports
By LEO ARMBRISXER\
Metro to Draw dinance for Dade County will
Shea Stadium, NY The up be drawn up by County Attorney
modern, out-of-the-future de- : Own 'Rights Law Thomas Brltton tor presentation -
With sign of Shea Stadium, home of before the Metro

the Mets, was most compli- A public accommodations Commission July 21.
t : mentary to the brilliant arrayof
By HARRY SPEAR stars that the American and JPT Jf jrjrjrJsrjrjf-jTir. .. ,)rjTjrjtjTJT-iTjrjTj. :. : _j jr ;rJrJI'aJI..iIJr.
t National leagues lined for

" ***<: 1.1.1.1.1.1.11 *1.1111 the the 35th thousands time to in give this up thrillsto mid- SOME? FORD REALTY SPECIALS!!! ,

CLEM FLORIO, a real good
Heavyweights at classic.
around these season
i 'parts middleweight a few years back has The Nationals came determ- We have, many others from $250 to $3,000 down i

1 ) Beach Auditorium I started training to keep in ined to pull even in a contestin See this list of house and! call us -' We serve you!

TONY ALONGI and CHI P .I shape. I wonder if he has which' they 'have never had -+---

,, JOHNSON, two exciting heavies ideas of making a comeback? the honor' to lead., They felt a 6999 NW 20th Street: $500 dOwn. No. qualifying.
( !1 will mix it up at Miami Beach win here was imperative.
1 Auditorium July 15. Miami Beach Boxing beauty of a 3-bedroom home, only 2% years young.

Mt .H Tony has had 35 fights, win. Johnny Calllfion's three-run Modern kitchen, corner lot.. Occupancy in August.
." ning 32 ,and losing two, drew homer was the climax of a .
Commission Staff ,
one. Out of the 32 wins he has day of timely hitting, good -.-
to his credit 20 knockouts. Here Is the roster of your pitching and superb managerial 816 NW 46th Street: Spotless, completely painted

Chip Johnson, in his last four Miami, Beach Boxing Commission strategy.Winner on the part Walter of both Alston 4-bedroom, 2 bath home. Terrific location. $500'

bouts here defeated PRENTICE : managers.and loser Al Lopez down,-. $95 month, move in. No qualifying.
SNIPES twice, once by the KO Morris Klein is chairman, ,
route; OLLIE WILSON and with Carl Gardner as vice; Dan The American League led 4-3 -
KO'd LEVI FORTE in five Roth, commissioner, Ed Lass going Into the ninth inning 1825 NW 47th Street: See this large bedroom home,

rounds. The fight, with Levi! man, commissioner; Al Sher- only because their pitchers $250 down, $85 month. Move right in. No qualifying.!.
was a hectic bout. Both boys man, commissioners; Drs. Alex were sharp enough to keep
received a standing ovation.' Robtfins, Ben Brady, Sam Kaplan the ainaZlngMays; off the ,base I '
I look for a good, hard- inspector in charge; Bob paths, but do or' die Willie 1'42 NW' 40th StreetExokptional ,buy. 3-bedroom

fought scrap between these Grover, Inspector and formerref eventually squirmed a _walkout home in ideal,, area, near- schools ; transportation. No
two boys. Ed Coachman. : of Monster Radatz and there ,
qualifying. $1,000 down payment $99 a! month.
On the same card there is another by took the 'game ,In his own ,
heavy that I wrote about Sorry to hear that HARRY hands, with a steal, of second, -
last week who needs watching. PAUL, a great lightweight in a scurry to third ,on a t/loop 1762 NW 42nd Street: $350 down, FHA mortgage
LENNY KANTHAL who meets these parts for a number 6f hit and then home on an erroneous '
DUKE JOHNSON (no relationto years, passed away recently.He throw; with this very buys this sturdy' 2-bedroom home, garage, spotlessand
Chip). Duke has won his was out of Hollywood and Important little detail of tying new on inside. A terrific deal for the quick
\ last five bouts by the KO route. managed by BILL GORE. May the score taken care' of the buyer. -
Therefore we should see some his soul rest in peace. He is Nationals had nothing'to do but --AWE -
fireworks Wednesday, July 15. mourned by many of his wait for the rifle shot, of John
friends Including your column. Callison, which gave them. the ') TRADE' ON YOUR OLD HOME HOMES IN
Jack( ist. opportunity to stand even
Dempsey .
with the Americans boasting ALL PARTS ,OF DADE

Heavyweight GreatJack JIMMY FRAIN, former trainer i 17-17'' 1 tie record;
of Two Ton TONY GALEN. Open every day including Saturday ,and Sunday all
Dempsey, one of the all- TOt Is visiting his old partnerand It is not often the fans. are day. '
time heavyweight greats, cele- friend, manager of 5th St. treated to a home-run ending
brated his 69th birthday, June Gym., TOMMY ROSS loves Mi All-Star, game. There have only '
24.Fortyfive ami Beach. He says, "It brings Williams blasted a ninth, In-. FORD REALTY INC.
k years ago, July 4, back a lot of memories. been three prior to this. Ted
1919, at Toledo, Ohio, Jack won I nlng thriller in Detroit for the
Americans In 1941t, Red Schoneri-
the heavyweight championship I A admirer of his dad
'great 758-8761
from Jess Willard. Dempsey dlenst gave victory to the 569 NW 54th Street :
and s at the watching .
i gym Nationals in 1950 with one ,
was outweighed by 58 pounds.Willlard him work out, Is little'' Johnny .. ...1M ... ..
;( 6-6 was floored In' the 14th inning in Chicago .IrIrIrJl"II" IrIrI'f".lrIrIr r I.r IrIrIrIr.lrIr"l.r..q fririm'aa-rrg-m-m ji E M-M-MIS MX- II ,
seven ""
'Rastrano. 8 years-old, son" of A .
) and Stan Musial repeated the -
i times in the first round and
Willie ht heavyweight champ act In the 12th in '55 at Milwaukee '."
KO'd
was in the third
round. I 'he worla. Willie says he is a .
Jack ended his active career 'ucky charm. EDISON SPECIALS'Open'Sunday
Sept. 22, 1927 when he lost to All' were thrilling moments'
Gene Tunney in their second LEO VOGELFANG, former but none' carried': the .Importance '
in Chicago with the long of the''blast that rode Into 3.6 p.m.
count. Olympic lightweight champ,
I with Calllson's
the stands
1 ivjfri
has the most up to date health '
'
lub in Florida at ,the Caroline clincher; ,
In PORTER ROLLE's last Hotel. Steam baths, rub downs CHICAGO WOMEN GOLFERS 4771 NW 6th AvenueCBS
appearance at the Beach July and what have you. Leo took
1 he was made to look bad but care of LEW TENDLER for :EXTEND INVITATION corner beauty. Tile roof, 3-bedrooms, garage:

no fault of his. He tried to do four years after he retired. The Chicago 'Women's Golf plus breez way. $3.00 down, no closing cost. 'Only
his best. When
you run up Club has completed ,plans fora $12,500 FHA.
against fighter
a that Is on a '
bicycle all the time and when After the fights, visit CHICK. gala activities weekend for of golf ,and social 564 NW 45th Street
you catch up to him he lays IE DEMEO at the Pierre ,Hid. partlclpantRIn
all over you, holding and away Lounge, 79th St. Cause- Its Walter 25th National Invitationaland Memorial $75 month FHA. CBS.tile roof, Fla. room, carport,

best wrestling it would make the way where all sportsmen and Tournament Speedy to be played, on city sewers; $3.00: down, no closing cost) lovely
fighter look bad. Give celebrities meet. "%
the Pipe-O-Peace Golf Course street.<
Rolle a good opponent then
.
July 18 and 19. '
you will see action. BUBBI SCHOLTZ is here for 510 NW 43rd 'Street
a visit from Germany He's also Any professional golfer Is
BUY last week's trying to get a bout with welcome to, vie for six 'cash ,_ (For Professionals)
bouts were packed full of actionat Willie Pastrano for the title, awards !In the pro division. The Screened-In! swimming pool. CBS home with 2 baths,
the Little River Auditorium. anywehre In the world. Bubbi winner wilt receive a minimumof
large Fla. overlooks pool. Garage plus !'port.
room c
Here the results Is the
are : European lIghtheavy $300 and a ,.plaque,The purse/?
Perfecto Garcia, fast rising champ. will be, $500 plus pre entry fees FHA financing.
lightweight, won over Bobble
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eight undefeated
Grady Ponder won; over Jimmy This is a continuation of the nament director and committee Drive by the following then see Edison
piece In this column last weekon ,
have made preparations for
Hlghtower In six; Roy Malone LENNY KANTHAL. Lenny 530 NW StreetCBS
49th.
won over J. C. ,Thomas in four; 235 entries, seven flights for ,
the New York Tournament
.Ritchie Smith won over JOQ won of Champions Eastern Golden ,men and five for women with tile 4oof, Fla. porch, modern kitchen. $300
three trophies and six prizes
Williams: nlth, four over rounds.Skeeter Hurricane Gloves title In 1954 also won tin eaoh; flight.A down,' FHA,, 2 air conditioners,, ea 'pOrt.''This home
McCray.
National Golden Gloves title; almost lIew. Lotl of lovely,features56TNW .-
first Marine in the history of lavish .co ktaU'party", isiplanned I : -
..J RRY POWERS, busiest the Corps to win International for those who pay their : '41st !Street
fighter around, taking a rest be- he Inter before
competition as won entry fees on or July 17
: '
fore departing, for a main go national Golden Gloves In St. in the hospitality suite in the CBS, tile roof, Fla., room, carport- FHA terms, no
in Jamaica in August. This may Louis in 1954. It looks like Southmoor Hotel The famous closing cost.
mean big things for Jerry. Good Lenny was kept real busy In CWGC Sand Trap will be
luck, boy! 1954. served to lift the spirits of ,the 748, NW 511 Street
.. ,
J weary traveler.A CBS bedroom' home on '3 lots (120, :x: 135). 'FHA.

buffet dinner will be terms; no closing. cost_ : '
i HOMES FOR SALE (I served from 7 p.m. until 10 J
,p.m. at the Southmoor Hotel to K83NW 47th Terrace _
Very nice CBS 3-bedrooms, 2 tile baths, Florida i each entry and a guest and Lovely. 3-bedroom CBS, the/ roof: 2'air conditioners.Wall .

room, fenced yard, sprinklers, modern built-in kitchen ;:music Saturday for night.dining'and dancing to'wall, carpeting FHA ;terms, no closing'cost.' I II

; ,,tile roof_"and,.hard good floors, like:new con I 354' NW 43rd Street'CBS :

I;. dtoon. Low price, good, term*. CALL NOW. oJ I 2-b' eh home. Tile roof. $77 month'pays all. $300j i,

; FOR RENT down, FHA. I,
:
I CBS
1"" DUPLEXESBig 1
Two bedroom and, Florida room can be used) for 3rd New '3-bedroom house ,
,, selection FHA or bank terms. As low as $450.
r bedroom, all tile features, fenced 'yard, carport,and NORTH MIAMI BEACH' down. :Most of 'these are 2-bedrooms each side

I a ;:yard: like a park.. ,Only $350 down, low FHA Deposit RequiredMiCKINS"'RENTAL We tare open all day Saturday and Sunday

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