The Miami times
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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 18, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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41 at YEAR, No. 46 f MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1964 16 PAGES,c10 CENTS- ...

. 2 Bodies Up; More Sought In Miss. River ,;I IJAlIE8



:TALLULAH, La. Federal, ery of portions of two bodies.
Wallace lay OffMONTGOMERY state and local Investigators
continued to probe a muddy I The almost unrecognizable
A offshoot of the Mississippi River lower portion of a body, was
Ala. this week found the surface
after the dlscov- Monday near ?
three-judge federal panel of Old River 17 miles south of
ordered Gov; George Wallace
and ,the State Board of Education tills Northeast Louisiana town.

to cease interfering with Dies After Fall 'Thc body was taken to :the

school desegregation University of Mississippi ,Medical -
But the order did not order A 60-year-old South Dad e Center at Jackson Miss.,,
statewide integration. Instead man was killed Wednesdaywhen where the torso found the -
School Supt. Austin Meadows he fell off the rear of a day had Ueen tentatively
a' pickup truck as he tried to identified as n former studentat
REVENTS Wallace, State stop a garbage can full of ; Alcorn A&M College atLorman.
and other school officials from grease from spilling, the Sher- .
Interfering with any future iff's Department said.
desegregation order a federal 'The'victim was Kermit Burkeof (Discovery of the' first body
court might hand down. 11888 SW 220th St. hd touched off speculation
ORDERS the Macon (Tuske- The accident occurred on that It might be one of the
1L! a1L gee) County school board to Immediately U.S. Highway 1 at SW 222ndSt. three civil rights workers who

desegregate all four The driver, CarlJCelgler, 28, mysteriously dropped out of
high school grades and at least pf 822 SW 6th St., was not sight June 21 .near Philadelphia,
F.,, KING NIMROD\ ALLEN one elementary grade In every charged. The men had been Miss.

International President Founder, President Emeritus school picking up cans of grease from ;Effects found on the first
restaurants. body were traced to Charles
school board for "falling In the
Frontiers National exercise of Its control and supervision Moore a Meadvllle, Miss. Negro
Open over the public KILLED HER BECAUSEHE whoso family said he had
!left home on May 20 to go to
schools of this state, to use LOVED HER"I Louisiana to seek, work.
such control and supervision
Convention Here Wed. killed her because I loved
to promote and encouragethe Police sources at Jackson
elimination of racial dis- her" was the reason Rufus
crimination Staincel, 23, gave after he shot said the second body was believed -
Only Negro Service Wednesday morning at 10 PREVENTS the state from his common-law wife to deathat to be that of Henry Dees,
o'clock when local officials will funds to support her mother's home 10455 SW another Meadville Negro who
greet the visitors. A golf tour- I private using public segregated schools. 173rd Terr., In Pirrrjne.Sstancle disappeared about two months
Club at Roney Plaza nament at Bayshore Golf Club ago
The order, called "the most had /been in Jail fora
Isl! scheduled for the afternoon sweeping decree In the history"of Both 'bore remnantsof
traffic violation and had only corpses
Miami and 'Miami Beach will before the get-together party
the NAACP's Legal Defense clothing. The feet of tho
been released the day before.
play host next weekend, to 400. that night. Fund, igrew out of a suit filed He was charged with the first first were bound with rope. A
members of Frontiers International during the integration, of Mal- similar was wrapped
Sarah Pen. rope
At the Thursday luncheonHon. degree murder of
.and their families when,
i schools last Janu-
can County- around the second torso.
they gather at the Roney 'Plaza Frank L.. Stanley of -' der, 27.
: Hotel on Miami Beach for Louisville, Ky., president of ary.
their 24th annual convention. the National Newspaper Publishers -
Association, will be the,

Founded in 1936 In Columbus, speaker.The FBI In MurderOn :
Ohio 'by human relations expert convention banquet will Stymied

NJrnrod B. Allen, the be held Friday evening when
Frontiers is the only service Congressman Claude Pepper
organization working among will be the speaker. The presidential -
Negroes in the United States, ball follows the ban Georgia Highway
chapters are located in most quet. The final business session
principal cities as well as out- will Uo held Saturday morning.
side the country Among local members planning NO LEADS YET r

James F:' King of Newark the meeting are G. W.

New' Jersey, is internationalpresident Kilpatrick, Daniel Johnson, ON LT. COLONELPENN'S $2,120 Missing;
and Harold L. Pilgrim Robert Gabriel, Oscar Weaver,
of Philadelphia Is execu Patrick Range, Thomas Saunders -
tive secretary. Ernest Taylor, Charles Hadley, Roger DEATHA Clerk ChargedGrand
manager of Scott Homes Hous- Williams, James ,Cherry, Calvin
ing is president of the Miami Hughes, William Fuller, Hen- week of widespread investigation -
chapter. ry Arrington and Garth C. by the FBI, State agents larceny charges were

r The convention will open on Reeves. and local police has producedno filed this week against Mrs.

leads dn the highway assassination Alicia E. Senior, 4844 NW 15th
of a Washington;
Ave after school auditors

CARAVAN AT D.C. educator. found a $2,120 shortage In acCounts
Funeral services for the slain she had handled. Included -
I Lemuel penn were held Tues-
in the missing
day In Wlash[ngton. He w a a money
MIAMI BEACH AUGUST 10 burled in Arlington National was $440 from teachers' dues to
Cemetery with military honors. professional societies.Mrs. hr '

Senior signed state- a ti
Local Ministers sored by the Statewide Minis- Penn, a lieutenant colonel in' ,10.i
ments admitting she took
terial Voters Registration Com- the Army Reserve, WaR driving I $1,000 bit by bit, according over to ., J.;.
mittee In conjunction with the through rural northeast Georgia Assistant State Attorney Alfonso q ,
Sponsor ProgramProfessor r Crusade for Voters Registration -I after two weeks training at Sepe.

Drive in.Dade County. Ft. Bennlng, when he w a skilled fl.
Alex Bradford, MarIon last Saturday toy a shot- Mrs. Senior, who resigned ,.'j4fAlonzo
Williams, Stars of Faith i Working under the joint leadership : gun blast fired from a passing last week, was treasurer of ".
Princess Stewart and the Greater : of Rev. Thedford John- car. ,Two other officers in his Orchard 'Villa Elementary Hawthorne Jackson
J Miami Massed choirs, 500"voices .
Lambert Sands and
son, Rev.
car escaped injury. School.
5001 NW 10th Ave., has been8pPDlnted
in concert will be fea-
:Rev. S. A.,, Cousin the committee
tured attractions when one of Is composed of the follow- representative orFidelity
Bankers Ufe Insurance
events Miami's will outstanding be presented summer at the ing ministers: The Rev. J. B. Co. with the Bert Rudick.C. t
I Blacknell. J. A. F. Finlayson,
AGAINSTST. L. U. and Associates Agency
Miami Beach Convention Hall
P. W. Williams I. C. Mickens, In Coral Gables.
August 10, at 8:30: pjn.. C. J. Burney, W. F. Tanner, W.
J. Macon, J. R. and Jackson, a native of Ocala
The famed cast of the Internationally i
Is the first Negro representativewith
T. E. ,Wright. These men have AUGUSTINE CAFESST.
known "Black Na-
joined successful annual religious this company. in the South-
tivityby Langston Hughes activities."As east'' U. 8. The home office is
will be presented in a Gospel AUGUSTINE The Twc 'holdouts were Rusty'a In Richmond, Va'
Concert including excerpts a minister and a member first two suits demanding Integration
Restau ,t and Santa
form this moving story. of'this community to help make in St. Augustine under Maria He has a B. S. degree In Art,
Restau he said. The suits Education from Fla. A and M"
this affair a success I im asklng the Civil Rights Act were filed jit
Assisting will We the massed flIed In University Is a 1st Lt. In the
you to,, Join aha give your Wednesday. were Jacksonville federal' -
choirs from many"churches of support to this program", was court,- he said, ''and a hearing Army Reserve; member of
Greater Miami of all faiths
under the direction of Mrs. the v comment of ,Rev. Johnson. They charged two restau- on temporary: injunction was Steward Board No. 2 of St.
AME teach-i
James Church and
rants with failing to serve Ne- set, for
: next Wednesday.
Pauline Dunn Mrs. Eloise Bar- For information call your groes, according to a Chicago er of art education at G. W.,
rett-Kemp and Mr. UUysses pastor FR 1-3212, FR 3-2236 attorney, David J. Halpern. Meanwhile, white segregationist Carver Elementary School and ,
Morris. Also on- the program or FR. B-8250. Tickets ,on sale have started picketing Floral Heights Elementary.: '
will be a one half hour public at 1112 NW 3rd Ave., Greater Halpern said that most of at motels and 'restaurants that ,
gospel sing for you to sing favorite Bethel AME Church, St. John the restaurants and motels in had agreed to serve Negroes, Married to the former. Car-, 4
hymns apd songs. A of I BaptJ<<.J Church.'Advance tickets the city had served Negroes and most,:facilities have re- men Dean, he Is the thereof

prayer. J are' limited, ..secure yours during the initial fstlng of the 'segregated, '. ,civil. rights leader a two and a half- year-old. sea;,

'This-- program. ..Is, being' __/ "Sa spon.,7 -, early. law last week ; said. Karlon.. 4r -,'





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PAGE 2 SATURDAY JULY 18, 1964 [$1 Million In Scholarship

,;. than $1 mUllion dollarsIn ,
( potential scholarship funds 5 POINT PLAN FOR MISSISSIPPI .

were unused last year, even as
thousands of qualified students Recommends
failed to matriculate at the nat NAACP
ion's college due to a lack of
personal funds," charges scho-
lastic authority William Levy in
the current issue of PAGEANT Federal Program

magazine. _ _
"Besides direct awards many complaints of civil rights
AFTER TilE FANFARE ofa CLUB'S annual picnic at Vir- the A five-point program of Federal violations submitted to that de.
''grand and glorious 4th of ginia Beach on Thursday was from colleges and universities Intervention in the Missis-
July usually settles in the mid- nn enjoyable occasion for mem- which" often go unclaimed by sippi crisis has been proposedby partment.
stream of summer's long lazy bers, their families, and friends. the, public says the acknowleg-- the seven-man Mississippi 4. THAT FEDERAL funds be
the educa-
in field of
days but not for ed expert Committee of the
so our magic Investigation immediately withdrawn from all
JIM mid FRAN CHAMBERS, tion, "millions of dollars of scho Board of Directors.The .
NAACP Institutions and agencies in
city.THE accompanied by daughter Cleo, larship and loan funds by pri- which
GRAND United Pall spent 10 days visiting Jim's vate groups such as corpora- program, announced at a Mississippi now receive
Bearers are In session at Greater mother, Mrs. Mattie Chambers tions and unions often are not news conference in the airport such funds; and

Israel Primitive Baptist Church at Bluefleld. West Va. issued because of a lack of publicity here, July 9, marked the con-
with the Grand President, Rev.A. given these opportunities. clusion of the committee's four 5. government.
ARTHUR EVANS is of to Mississippi sufficient
one dispatch a
T. Stone Ft. Pierce
on presi-
ding. the music teachers working According, to Levy, a particular day tour of Mississippi during number of federal represen.
with Dade County's first Sum union with an annual scholarship which members of the group tatives FBI agents, marshalsand
AT THE UNIVERSITY of mer Music Center at the Miami fund of $20,000 has had Investigated conditions In the others to the
Miami's Beaumont Hall, there Is ; Beach High School. Young mu- no applicants for eight years, a state and succeeded in integrat. protect
a Shakespearean Festival, fea- sicians from all over the county New England foundation recently ing: several hotels and restau- safety and lives of potential
turing our own, Julius Lee. work and learn from 8:30: t 0 discontinued its hefty scholarship rants under provisions of the victims of the state's racism.
1:00: Monday through Friday. grant program because of new Civil Rights Act of 1964.
IF YOU LIKE the singing of a' lack of public interest and a Also announced at the news
Roy Hamilton, then It's Harry's MR. AND MRS. ROBERT Seattle loan organization witha The group recommended to conference was the committee's
American Bar In the Eden Roc CONYERS have returned to potential of $400,00 to be dis- the President and the Congressof
Bronx, New York after a 10- tributed to students, actually the United States: Intention to ,a conference
FOR. MOVIES, try the "Chalk day visit in our city. loaned out less than $200,000 to with President Lyndon B. John
Garden", "Lady In A Cage" 1. THAT THE Federal gov-
students in financial son and Attorney General Robert -
"Becket", and the "The Faliof SALLY HARMON, the happiest difficulty, ernment take over the admini-
the Roman Empire", "En- patient I've ever seen, is all indicative of the lack of public stration of the State of Mississippi F. Kennedy to report its
sign Pulver" and "The Carpet- recuperating after surgery a t knowledge In this area. under provisions of Arti- findings as well as to submitIts

)bUggers". Mt. Sinai. A visit with Sally Syndicated scholastic colum- cle IV, Section 4, of the U. S. recommendations for feder.
makes you come away feeling nist Sidney ElsenWerg: the definitive Constitution. al action.
THEN NEXT WEEK, there's good.
authority on college
the National Meeting of Frontiersmen I scholarships and financial aid to 2. THAT THE U. S. Commission -
of America. James in on Civil Rights immediately
the United States,
Counselor has returned home
King of Philadelphia Is the national says in the 'PAGEANT article start hearings In Mississippion Dugie's Guest HouseThe
after a stay at Cedars of Lebanon -
president. E. N. Taylor . And, D. H. DobMs, that "financial aid is available to the breakdown of law and
heads our local chapter. VJocaitloinal Coordinator at anyone who wants to go to college order and deprivation of the house of unusual rooms

CONGRATULATIONS to Donald Northwestern, has been ordered I and is resourceful enoughto basic civil rights of Negro citizens -

Matthews of Ft. Lauderdale, to Christian for a few days find help. It may mean writIng ; Open 24 hours NE 4.3851
200 or more letters, but
who has been hired as a driv- rest.
Department of
license somewhere there i is a school
ers examiner
Florida State Highway Patrol. HAZEL GRANT joined that will have funds," he says. Justice act promptly on the Seeing is BelievingSee
Donald Matthews will work In friends from New York on .a
two-day trek to BiminI. Painless Office Treatment <>'
our Flagler Street office, giv- us for clean rooms
ing eye tests and driving ability 'HSTELLA JONES, MELZIE .
exams. ELLIOTT, and T.EATHA WILLIAMS Jamaica
left Miami on July Dugie always a
PHILLIP KNOWLES of the 14th on the first leg of an educational Rectal DlMMUUw, Varicose Veto. Pro.fltate .
Communications Department, tour that will take -No lout tim -Discard Trnwi friend
Nassau, Bahamas, is vacation- them, eventually, to the World's Upon Correction of Rupture. Rerinrtn
ing here as the houseguest of Fair in New York City. DR. LONG'S CLINIC Blood-Urine TUIMtf
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Heastie 2941 NW 47th St., Miami
CONGRATULATIONS TO B.W. lt St-PR 3-1744 A *on feral liMita&: rtte.
JUANITA HAMBERRY and Charles M. Shellman, on his re
her foster daughter have traveled cent appointment as Lt. Deputy
across the country to visit Constable.
with her mother and sons in
Los Angeles, California DELORBS MILLER AND
Moss off for THREE SISTERS
Betty are taking
Louisville, Ky. and the
get well wishes to Mrs. Mar- League convention, but will
cella Calloway in Mt. Sinai stop off In Atlanta first to- see Invites You To Our Annual
Hospital and to Harriet Shooter what makes that city tick. ,
and Annna Grace Sweeting at
Christian Memorial Hospital ELI POWELL, JR. and Julia
Avant are accepting congratulations -
MRS. ANSEL (Gladys) Perry and good wishes follow
spent Saturday in Miami visi- ing their marriage on July 10th. Round
ting Dorothy Graham, an old They are at home to friendsat Up Sale
friend. Gladys whose home Is 544 NW 9th Street
Brooklyn N. Y., is visiting Flo-
rida for the first time as guestof LILLIE HART is driving
relatives the Nelsons, of a' new Chevy :11, and BarbaraM.
Delray Beach. Williams at the wheel of
a' Corvair.

quess IRUTH of ORR Tallahassee and Carrie Mar pop ALSADA JOHNSON Rey- Bargains Galore Throughout The Store

called In the city over the week nolds has returned to her homeIn
end. Carrie Is Joe Andrew Marquess' Philadelphia after spendingfour
better half. weeks at home during the
Illness and death of her grand

SAM COHEN, Northwestern mother, Mrs. Minnie Johnson.IF Capri Pants
Principal, has enrolled In a Blouse Riot
Data Processing) ,
Workshop at
Timmons around, Shifts
Western College In Cullowhee, that is Betty because she's studyingthis 2

N. C. summer at NYU. Compare 59 .59 2 for 1

on TV ALMA GOODMAN BURNEY, at Duster Robes
paid off for Doreen Young last former Mlamlan now residingin
week. She won a Helbros wrist- New York City Is visitingin 3'99 Compare
watch for answering a few Miami and West Palm. Whilein 2 for Compare
questions.JOE Miami, Alma Is with her 3. _

WILLIAMS, '64 MORE- sister Yvonne Miller of Opa- Mothers
Bra Sale Bonanza
HOUSE :graduate Is off to Mex- Locka. 8 colors to choose from Panty

ico and the Inter-American AFTER A GAY HOLIDAY In Bonanza romp. at 2.

University where he will spend Miami, Mr. and. Mrs. Roosevelt 2 for 1 4 for !
five 1 weeks studying Spanish Gibson have' returned to Chicago. Two PieceJamaica 3 for
.88 padded
and French 0 n a fellowship The Gibsons were houseguest and
grant. 'Upon his return Joe will of Mrs. Emma Ward and unpadded CHILDREN
report to Detroit, Michigan now, ,Mrs. Ward has as her 'Sets 39 each 59 each Tops Blouses Shirts
where he has accepted a position guest little'Debra Jean of Chi- REGULAR IMP EACH
as foreign language teacher. cago. Girls Dress
Joe is a Northwestern graduate. Riot
AUDREY MORRIS thinks the U. S, Air Force, along with 2 for 5 1-3
three weeks should allow her his wife Alva and baby daughter reg. 1.29 3-Ox regular 4.09
enough time to see the World's of Vlctorvllle, California are 2.99 7-14x
Fair and visit relatives. She visiting friends in Miami'i 2.59 each 2.99
leaves "
for NYC on Saturday. '
i MR, L. G. BODE is spending Many more unadvertised
DOROTHY EDWARDS will a two-week vacation In Nassau. regular 3J99 4.99 values Specials; Throughout

leave for Jacksonville on Satur- During his brief stay he expects The Store Many styles to, choose from
day where she will be joined to visit Andros and some
by sister, Mable Wright, for a of the Masonic Lodges in
World Fair visit, of course.; Nassau. Three
Sisters Use Our
I, GREGORY GILL, son of SAMUEL H. 'WADE, retired Open
Mrs. Alease G Ill, entertained attorney visited Miami and was Fri. & Sat. Convenient

;f' his friends at a beach party the guest of his friend, Mrs. '6145 NW 7th Ave.
Nancy Coleman. After a 9-day nights OO9 Lay..1V87
last Saturday in celebration of
visit in the magic city he returned EDISON CENTER Plan
his 10th birthday. to his home in Wash-



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Gives $7 Million f'SATURDAY: JULY: 18, 1964 PAGE 3

For Negro Scholarships Miamians Finish At FAMU I

FAMU The names of JX) quirements for graduation from
-p undergraduates and five etu- undergraduate areas of the university .
A $7 million Ford Foundation draw attention to a large groupof grade-school levels to prepare l dents in the Graduate School at are: Juanita Anderson
grant to the National talented Negro young peoplein for college and to encourage secondary Florida! A and M University who : nursing; Lila Cobb library
for Merit Scholarship Corporation every part of the country," schools t o strengthentheir completed requirements for Krar science; Michael Duncan, drama;
scholarships for outstanding Mr. Heald said. academic programs and uation at the end of the first Scottie Lankford, elementary education -
announced Negro high school students wag "I t seeks also t o motivate raise the educational goals of term, third trimester, June 13, ; Franklin Mayor music,
Heald Sunday, by Henry T. Negro boys and girls at lower their Negro students." have been released by Edwin M Lonnie Murphy, pharmacy; and
president of the Ford Thorpe, director of the FAMU Naomi Shorter secretarial)
Foundation. Office of Admissions and Records science; OPA LOCKA -- Norma
The 200 five-year college grant scholarship will finance SPECIAL PURCHASE \ Dwight, English, and Martha

awards a year and meet the ,Miamians who completed re- I Reese, English
administrative costs of conduct : ,. I
ing the annual nationwide com RUGS

petition.The 6x9 .....52.95 595
National awards Achievement, to be Known Scholar-as 7Vu9 .. .5L95, What About Wigs?

ships, will cover the years of
oollege. The first National
Achievement Scholars will be AIXAPATTAII Why not consult your beautician?
named In spring' of 1965.
Any financial support from FURNITURE EXCHANGE, .....0.
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other sources will be used entirely you
for additional scholarships,
since the administrative expenses tae PAnllMS AYE. story. After all who should know
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program' are un-
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1964 Senator Goldwater's running: mate will be William Public Meeting
EJ. Miller, chairman of the convention.
Negro delegates' attending the convention were not Sunday at Manor

enchanted with the selection of Goldwater. Normally Negroes Park """'

go along with other minorities as they strongly '

I backed John P. Kennedy, a Catholic. But Goldwater, a The All People DemocraticClub

Jew, seems intent on swapping the Negro vote for the extremist will sponsor a public
and conservative white support. meeting: at Manor Park Sun-
IT. B. BIGI8MUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher The convention. was quite interesting! It kept YeEditor's day 3:30: p.m. This group also
GARTH C. REEVES. Managing Editor sponsored a program for unity
r eyes centered on the television during the after- July 4th when representativesfrom
Member the National Neirvpapen Publisher Asuoctatkn noons and evenings while the happy crowds enjoyed CORE, NAACP, Civil Liberties -

SnUflCRIPTION RATES themselves at the Cow Palace in San Francisco. Union and community
attended and took
ONH YEAR $8.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $8.00 We now look forward for the Democratic convene groups port.

tion which will be held in Atlantic City in August. Among speakers July 4th was
Batered M Second Class Matter, August 9, 1027 at the Post Ofticr Kenneth Williams, Sonny
at Miami, Florida, wader the act of March 8, 1876 Wright, JimmIe Chapman, Rev.E. .
JAMAICAN TEACHERS ON TOUR T. Graham, and the program
Downtown Office: lilt N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR S-2ZM coordinator C. G. Rolle.
Main Office at 6740 N.W. 15th: A'Yenu&-Pbon8 OX 1-0421 Arriving from Jamaica on Tuesday evening, were

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRJ S" 228 school teachers, members of the Jamaica Women

The NEGRO PRESS believes! that America can best lead th- Teachers' Association. They are on a six-weeks tour that Chatter Matter
world from racial and national antagonism when it accords to will include Washington where they will be received by
every man regardless or race, creed or color his human and President Johnson; New York and the World's Fair; MR. and MRS. RICHARD
legal rights. Hating no man. fearing' no _man-the Negro Press Barry of West Virginia are visiting ->
trive to help every man in the firm belief that all men are Chicago, California and all points between, also Mexico.. relatives and friends in
mrt .. long as anyone is held back._ While seeing America they will be giving gifts of West Palm Beach and Miami.

perfume, 'rums, and other souvenirs. FRIENDS of Mr. Charles

EDITORIALThe Jamaica is one of the popular resorts for tourists. Gibson are sorry to learn of
Miss Lucille Morrison is ,president of the association and his illness at the Baptist Hospital -

Civil Rights Bill, passed by Congress and sign- Miss Gladys Coke, a teacher for 36 years, is its secretary They hope for his early
ed by President Lyndon Johnson on July 2nd, is undoubt- recovery.

edly the most important piece of legislation placed on YE EDITOR'S :MR. and MRS. Joseph P.
the statute book since President Lincoln signed the Eman- NOTEPOOK Canada and their three chil-
cipation Proclamation.As Our oldest city, St. Augustine, taking stock of its dren from Beal Air Force Basein
tourist summer business this year, according to reportsare Calif., are visiting their
anticipated it has brought about unfavor- families in Richmond Heights,
some about eight million dollars off. Undoubtedly this before leaving the states for a
able comment, but seemingly many of those who were could be attributed to the riotious demonstrations by fac. station in Germany. Mrs. Canada -
and are still opposed to it, realize it is now the law of tions of its white citizenry. (Leola) is a former workerof
the land and they must abide by it. While the NW 3rd Ave., variety re-
they were busy beating and illtreating Negro
of the NW 3rd Ave., Variety
Imagine Senator Richard Russell of Georgia, one of demonstrators in order to keep them off the public Record Shop.

the chief enemies of the bill, now asking Georgians to beaches tourists were bypassing the old city. Could you
avoid all violence and to live with'' the new law: for along blame the tourists ? ? ? I

as it is on the books. "Violence land law violation When everything becomes normal, perhaps partici- The Imperial ClubThe

will only compound our difficulties and increase our pants in such acts will realize what a mistake they Imperial Club met at
troubles", said the senator. Senator Russell deserves com made. the home of Mrs. Dorothy Mc-

mendation in this case, he has acted like a' true leader. Cray Thursday evening, July 9.

religious and other leaders have made Mississippi to be After the business session,
Many ap seems concentrating on destroying the hostess served the groupa
peals not only to their congregations, but to the United Negro churches. Two more were destroyed on Monday, most cooling summer repast.

States at large to obey the Civil ,Rights,Law; Jerusalem Baptist And Bethel Methodist Church. :Five Coming event for the club is:

Bishop Coleman Carroll of the Miami Diocese of the churches have been reported damaged. Party, Saturday night, July 18,
A white at the home of Miss' Dorothy
group of
reidents fez
Roman Catholic Church and chairman of Dade funds to help
County's rebuild the two churches Batery, G220 NW 20th Ave.
Community Relations',Board to deal with racial problems .Tn destroyed on Monday. apt., ((8)). No admission, refreshments
every citY yoU win Probably find on sale. May we expect
has done a fine job and received: many encomiums.In who some people
are always ready to help under such circumstances. you!
the July 10 issue of "Voice." the Diocese Newspaper That Is commendablfe" l I. Crawford, reporter
Bishop Carroll calls for reverence land obedience
from all citizens with a ,hone that the Civil Rights Act,
now the law of the land, will lead to a new era of peace dam Have you read( Roy Wilkins column in the Amster- GETTING MARRIED?

among Americans. In a letter to the priests of the Diocese Herald's News? However, YIe Editor enjoyed reading Miami Call GLAMOUR PHOTO SER

of Miami, he told them' to brincr home the pertinent columnist Robert C. Ruark's Column in Monday VICE. Wo cover'weddings, parties -

facts of the historic decision to all their' curish oners-. It mornin tingly 's issue of the Herald,. He writes very interes- and all social functions.
on Wilkins
would be well in view of the complete* factors Involvod wrot'e. "Photographs that live.

in this delicate matter to emnhnMre.th** traditional tenchincr Here is an excerpt; Mr. Wilkins described. his malefactors Special rntes to 'clubs, and or-

: of the church on the pmmlitv of men the need to his as punks,"land recommends "putting the punk In nlzatloDs.
proper place, which is
practice love of nelcrhbor fRt all times. He .
the PL
accuses '
muggers and
rapists and robbers of
The Bishop declared that passage of the Civil 1 selling out the freedom fighters and of "cutting: and 6215 NW 7th Ave.

Rights Bill is a matter of great significance to all and slashing at the race's self-respect" He called them ccccccccccccccMen's

one which will deeply involve everyone in its attempt tend o "foul-moutned smart a.eck. and "JUr, and

racial, discrimination in the schools, employment, morons.;" Brooklyn Suit Club

public (accommodations, and in the outlay of federal 1 .
Custom tailored men's suits.
funds. r Editor extends
popular television sympathy to Mr. Ralph Renick Pure 'silk, Turkish, Mohair, any

'"Realism demands," he added "that:, we' 'recognize day. at the commentator on TuesI style, $5.00 down, whatever you
Jackson Mi''si
the possibility of non-acceptance of this law in practice .illness Memorial Ho months can afford weekly. NO credit
I neteded], contests wteekly. Ask
in some areas of our country. Hlowever, even this unde- for Paul.
sirable reaction should not cause our people to lose patience -

or to become sympathetic to any programs. advoca- Wedding Petersons 757-8291 call 9-4 l\Ion.-8at.
ting violence or terror tactics. Mrs. Rachel '
Long who has 6912 Biscayne Blvd.

"We need very much to pray fervently that all men Just announces returned the from marriage New of York, Silver AnniversaryMr.

may come to recognize the image of God in each other 1?=;on David to Elizabeth: Whit-her

and no longer allow the color of a person's skin to be ac- Mker' She Is the daughter of and Mrs. Phillip Pet. PERSONALXWay
cepted as a reason for denying his God-given rights as a taker from Mrs. Jojmes U Whit- terson celebrated their 25th
N.C. wedding
anniversary on Thurs-
human being. The wedding< took place on day, July 16. Home
June 7, at Long Island, N.Y. -
On July 3, Mrs. Martha Zole entertained the InterRacial Included Members of the wedding party Phillip, a well known taxi ownersATTENTION .
the groom's sister operator, and Catherine
Mother's Association, Inc.. with a luncheon at as maid ot honor, and Noah- at St. James Kindergarten employed -- !
her home on Pennsylvania Ave, Miami Beach, to cele- Meeks as best man. The ceremony were wed In South Carolina -
brate the signing: of the Civil Rights Bill; everyone ex- followed, and the reception that and moved to Miami I can save you hundred
was set in shortly after.
pressed appreciation to Mrs. Zole for her thoughtful of the home of Mrs.the gardens Eli-- of dollars, on

act. The Esther, Filman{ Scholarship was, discussed You zabeth Minor a friend of the Into The couple recently moved these homes that I personally -

will 'hear more about this in the near future. Those' present was bride's yellow family.and white Color, the scheme bride 40th< St.their and palatial 1st Ave.home area.in the own. See them?

were: Mesdames I G. Pratt Wilder, Lena Ray, carried call
a yellow and white Mr. and Mrs. Peterson me, or see me,
Beulah StehHncr, Bessie L. Brient, Martha Lenlay. (visitor l- bouquet? of gladiolas, and the parents of four children: Jean are, Allen Greenwald for
from Jamaica) Esther Linkin Anna Gatibour Ann M. dress of that honor In a yellow lace employed at Christian Hospital; confidential prices.
Coleman Lena Zuckerman., Grace Robinson, Menvta Poll. b rid i e's beautiful the Phyllis, working in cancer research -
lace-top i in New Hurry for will
Emma Sweetinrt. Addie Sampson, Vera Green. Marion E. ped peau de sole floor-length and Phillip Jr., students York; Glenda in the not last.
c Mnldrow. Thanks to our Martha Zole.for such an enjoy. gown. local schools.

able afternoon. 729 N.W. 46th St.

I it -'PI Pt1RT.TCANS. piricA t1n'.nWATF I r. Jay Gutierrez 4030 NW 3rd Av.

I' ..
$ .. pxttectedrSpTwror" B nv Ooldwnfer; was: nominated ,CHIROPRACTOR 6828 NW 5th PL
1. on Wpdm idav"' 'ht. on the first hnllot '"p eivinCl'. 883 All 3bedroomsCall

}; .i'rf a. P'a'I..oat nn"nnoht; nno"n,,, 1171111.., C nra". 2200 N.W. 36 St. -Ph. WI 5-0886
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W. Whitehead, Relocation Officer -
taking note of the fact Families who wish to buy a
Bethel that the majority of those In home may secure a 221 Certi- Baby ContestThe
WednesdayThe attendance. at the first two meet ficate of Eligibility from the
ings were owners emphasizedthe State Road Department which State Stewardess Boardof
importance of tenants gain. entitles them to a loan guaranteed Eastern Florida, held a tea
Metropolitan Dade County I Fidayt will serve as a resource ing information about services toy FHA and a down paymentof and baj>y contest on Sunday,
Urban Renewal Agency will through which displaced families available. Some of the points $200.00 provided they other- July 12, at the stewards work-
open a Relocation Field Office may secure information regarding emphasized in the previous wise qualify. Certificates are shop at Hialeah.
located at 1453 NW 3rd Ave., housing vacancies and I meetings were1. : being issued only to those home Contestants in the baby con-
on July 20, as a further step to other services as well as a re- owners and tenants of buildingsthat test were: Joseph Ray Sconiers
provide assistance to families Renewal Agency Reloca- second place, Sheltan L. 11111
F urce to home owners in the are to be acquired by the
Workers have of rental
displaced by Urban listings first place and Lachaun Patrice
expressway con- I Renewal Area whose State Road Department. Home
struction. Relocation workers' homes are slated for rehabilita I and sales housing and will assist owners and tenants'of buildingsto Halrvin third place.
have already begun to assist each family in securing The of the
speaker eveningwas
tion.The be acquired by the Urban
another place to live.
families in securing new hous-I third information meet- Mother Elsie Jackson.
ing in the area. The field or- Ing designed specifically for 2. Families who are eligiblefor Renewal Aigency! several This program was sponsored by
flee, with office hours from 8 families in the expressway area public housing have first months from now, will also be I the State Stewardess president.
a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through will be held at Greater Bethel priority for existing vacancies. eligible for 221 Certificates. Mother Jessie lUll.

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Pall Bearers State MeetIn Offered I SATURDAY, JULY: 18, 1964 PAGE 7


Session HereSome women are being and offered unskilled an opportunity

to take free Job trainIng JET TV CLINICHOME
in typewriting, filing, business -
400 officers and mem- english, office practices,
bers of the Grand United Orderof bookkeeping, office machines,
Pall Bearers of America, I SERVICE
and stenography in addition to CALLS $1.00
Inc., are meeting In Miami for i Miami BranchThe being paid between $29.00 to
their 15-18.37th annual convention, $3900 a week while in trainingby 1 Day or NightWe
July Women In Service Aux- the Florida State Employ-
The benevolent organizationIs iliary of the Miami Branch of ment Service, it was announcedby i S.r.lce.AII Mak. of
composed of about 8,000 NAACP wishes to inform the Harry L. Tyson, Mlamlj HI-FI' and STEREOSWe
members In 100 chapters I public that its Benefit DrawIng Metropolitan Area
throughout Florida. One of its I of the nine gifts previously the FSES. Alto Rent
prime projects Is proposed scheduled to take place on Tyson said that this free
construction of a $100,000 home July 14, has been extended to clerical ioU training with pay TV's by the week or month
for the elderly In Fort Pierce. ; Labor Day, Sept. 7. This has for unemployed women Is i
Miami Vice Mayor Sidney M. been done so that all vacationIng scheduled to start on July 20''
Aronovitz gave the city's 'greetings I persons Interested in tak- at Lindsey Hopkins VocationalSchool 907 N.w. 2nd' AVENUEPhone
at the opening session at I ing part in the affair may do and all interested wo- :
7:30: p. m. Wednesday a t St. so. Watch this paper for the men should go to the FSES's
John's Baptist Church, 1328 NW place and time. You may still Commercial Office located at FR 4-2044
Third Ave. Other speakers on I obtain your tickets for the 20 SE 1st Ave, to apply or call
the program Included the Rev. drawing from any member of 377-2111 for further informa-
Theodore Gibson, the Rev. E. the branch or auxiliary.
T. Graham and J. B. Taylor, Enthusiastic with new ideas tion.Tyson said that the Job train -
Miami real estate broker. and projects for the Miami ing course will last 30 weeks if
Morning and afternoon Branch are Fr. Gibson, presi- the trainee takes all the cleri- APPARELFORSALE
church services were conducted dent and Mrs. Bessie Brunt, cal courses being offered but a
at Ebenezer Me trainee take much of
Thursday chairman of the auxiliary who may as
thodist Church 1042 Third the she would like
NW. training
have Just returned to the city Gracie'swhere
"Champagne taste, beer pocket Come to
Ave, the Rev. A. D. Hall officiating such as typing or office mach-
after the 55th
attending national -
NAACP convention in ines and upon completion of her you'll find like-new exclusive dresses,
A padade is listed for 3 p.m the Capital City. dislred training would be eligible suits, skirts, blouses, shoes all originals $1 to $6
today (Friday) with assemblyand for a good Job. Mink, fox and other stole and fur jackets $5 to $10.
disbanding at Primitive You are invited to the attend 3rd To qualify for this free Job Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen
Baptist Church, 160 N. W. 18th membership meetings
St. The parade will Include Thursday in each month and training, a person must be 10 dresses $1. Men's pure Italian silk suits. $3 and $5.
units in addition to the Women's Auxiliary the 1st years of age or older, and un-
marching Blue serge suits $5. Sports jacket $2. Pants, shoe
employed. To receive a weekly
in the month. Both ot
the Mt. Olivet Cornet Band and Tuesday
the St. Agnes Band. I these meetings are held at 8:30: allowance of between $2900 and $1. Shirts 60c. Also linens, drapes, bedspread and
An oratorical contest will be p m. at 809 NW 3rd Ave. in the $39,0 a person must Ite over 10 other household items. We cater to the 'elite. Grace
of unemployed, have
Branch's headquarters.Irene years age and Mike will personally.
at Primitive Baptist Chudch at at least two years previous greet you
7:30: tonight, followed by an Shepparo secretary
work experience of any kind GRACE'S THRIFT SHOP
awards banquet. !be the head of a family or
The convention will conclude Household, or be a member of 2512 NE 2nd Ave. FR 1.8372
with a morning service July 18 Best Method to Sell! a family or household where .
at Primitive Baptist Church. the head of the family or Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
-A classified ad! nousehold is unemployed
Wheatley Club News

Thyllls Wheatley Art and
Social CluU closed Its activitiesfor -""
the summer with a picnicat .. : '
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on Thursday, July 9. The picnic .' ...- .. 71"; "I. "I. ,..f'' ':;' 'I,,';l', "
was well attended by mein; .fi: \
bers and friends. Tables were .' \. I ,"
laden with good things to eat. '

The guest list included Mrs. .. ,
Sylvia Boykins Mr. and Mrs. I't ... ,
Robert Gabriel, Gllber I Rober- 'I
son Mrs. Earma McNorton, '. >' ,,
Naomi Gibson, Ben Pinkney, 'ti "
Adlaine Johnson, Mrs. Clarice .., ,, .
and William Littles Johnnie .' I;":
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Yvonne Patten, Winifred and .
Lester Doles Roosevelt and .
Fannie Gibson, Mrs. Emma e .." >.., .. .........',' ,. '
William Greshem, ,.'', x"':;
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from Bap.-
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. 22 AfricansMade (June 3, 1886)). The other seven Usm in 1882; the others in 1885
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1964 were put to death in various I or 1886. Four of the latter Were
[baptized by Charles LWanga
Catholic .ways.All belonged to the first the very morning that the
In were sentenced to death.
of Catholics baptized

Local Urban LeagueOff SaintsElevation -

I to sainthood of 22 New Homes at Right Price

African Negroes slain nearly 80
To LouisvilleThe \years ago for refusing to give 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths, garage, Fin room
\ip the Catholic faith has been
Approved by the Vatican's Congregation Open 3 to 5 p.m.
Greater Miami Urban professional interracial social of Rites.
League will be represented at work agency created to assist 1921 NW 50th Street 1944 NW 49th Street
the 54th Annual Conference of Negroes' obtain equal opportu- Vatican sources intimated the
the National Urban August 2-6 nites In housing, health and )Jcanonizations would take place 1835 NW 41st Street 651 NW 47th Street
at the Sheraton Hotel in Louis. welfare,: employment, educa- ;on Mission Sunday, Oct. 18, du
ville Kentucky.The tion, labor unions, and other ring the third session of the BARON BUILDS, BUYS LAND OR HOMES
conference, which will areati of urban life. Vatican Council.
attract 800 delegates, will dis- The site of the 1965 National Need Money? Call JE 81340Theresa
cuss methods of wiping out Urban: League Convention will The 22, who were beautified in
poverty among American Ne- be Miami' Florida. &920, were the first Africans I
groes.Representing. south of the Sahara to be ad- JT.lI.JI.lI.lI.JI..iI.JT.JI JTffJ'TJTJTff.l'3I'JTJTJT.KJTJYJUTJT.KJT.KJTJT'JY:11'"JT..i'DY'JTJrJTJUT.J'rir't f...
the Greater Miami ST. JAMES AME CHURCHRev. (iVanced to sainthood. Converted I
Urban League are: I 'to the faith by the White
Lt. Col. Claude C. Clark, presi J. B. Blacknell, pastor I ;Fathers who arrived in Africa Florist"Since
dent, board of directors, Mr. T. Bert Cooper, reporter lin 1878, they were killed 0 n ,
Willard Fair, executive director, The time Is upon us as we : )order of their ruler. i .
Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman. prepare for Men's Day. July 26 I
education and youth incentives is the day.It Proponent for their cause in
committee, Mr. William Smith, is that time again When the canonization was Paolo
chairman, housing committee, all good St. Jamesites surge (Cardinal Giobbe; tha postulator ARTISTIC ARRANGEMENTS
Mrs. Gaitha Martinez, chairman, forward and be counted. Mr a s Father Anthony Wouters, t'
skills bank advisory committee, W. F. Pope Paul attended the FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Committees have been work- at which the Roman l
Dr. I. P. Davis chairman, 1965 aneeting
National Urban League confer- ing feverishly and the men (Congregation acted.
ence 'committee. have high hopes of surpassingtheir NOW MILES AWAY FROM HIGH PRICES
Mrs. Maude K. Reid, president great effort of last year. Some 200 Christians had been -SPECIALIZING IN-
Nation Council of Urbaln Lea. Of course the public will be plain by Mwanga, king of Bu-
gue guilds. Mrs. Eugenia Mit- invited to enjoy the hospitality ganda, part of modern Uganda, Weddings Artificial Shipping
chell, president, Miami chapterof of "the friendly" church (but only 22 were considered to
the Urban League Guild. and many visitors from other ihave died rather than give up Hospital Bouquets Spray'
Mrs. Betty Moss, Urban League denominations are expected to their faith. Anniversaries Special Group Prices
Guild, Mrs. Eva Debris be present for this ream spi- Twelve ForOrganizations
Miller, Urban League Guild, ritual event.In were royal pages atMwaniga's Banquets
Court. Their Schools
ages ,
Mrs. Muriel Vaughn, Urbtan .
this connection the Stewards l
!were from 14 to 25. The other
League Guild, Miss Alice Fay will sponsor a barbecue S Funeral Designs And Churches
,10 between 25
martyrs ( and 50 l
Thorpe, Urban League Guild picinic 19 in Pit
Sunday, July
years of age) were from vari- COMPARE OUR VALUES LOWEST PRICES
and Mrs. Essie Hagatns, Urban \
No. 3 at Virginia Beach. This
\bus of
two held
Guild. society:
League HOW WE DO IT??
spells out fun for everyone, :hIgh rank at the Court, two
They will hear addresses bya swimming, froliclng and mostof I others were chiefs, four were We own our building. There Is no rent due l
number of outstanding autho- all feasting on tasty pig :Soldiers, one was a pottery- We Pas This Saving to You
rities on the subject "Poverty ribs. I failed find who
;maker, another was a chief's.servant.
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the chefs will be, but we have .
New Challenges. Among the Call our experienced staff Dial 634-1087
speakers will be Carl T. Rowan, / The first to be executed was
Director, U. S. Information AFTER CHURCH SPECIALCome Joseph Mukasa, the King's ma- DESIGNERS -
Agency; W. Willard Wirtz to Glamour Studios amibiive Bor-domo (Nov. 15 1885)), while Homer Hawkins G. Herbert Turner
secretary of lalbor; Dr. RobertC. the last to die was John Mary
your family picturesmade
Weaver, administrator, H. H. in beautiful color nabl iMuseyi (Jan. 27, 1887)). All the (Mrs.) Arthesa D. Hubert, Prop. ,
F. A; and Whitney M. Young, sand others were killed during May 5260 N.W. 32nd ,Ave. Phone 634-1087
Jr.. executive Director, National weddings n specialty. Open and June
1880. Thirteen
Urban League. oil day Sunday.
The Urban League, which has 6215 NW 7th Ave. iburned all'Nj at Namugongo, 18 l
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Walker Asks U. S. To Mark I JESCA. Pay Camp MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

News SATURDAY, ,JULY 18, 1964 :PACE 9

Site of First Negro PaperYonkers JESCA Day'' Campers

New York The M 'a special treat last Friday, when
U. S. Government, through the Mrs. Estelle Williams, retired
National Park Service was this Congressman Pepperto Dade County Principal, world
traveler and Board Member of
week requested by Educational .
Heritage Inc. a Yonkers, New Speak Ito Frontiers James ii:\ Scott Community As-
York publishing firm, to placea Representative Claude sociation shared the experiences
historical marked at the site \ivlll be the Pepper of her most recent trip to the
where the first Negro newpaper principal speakerat Far East with them. An exhibitof When an Englishman
a convention in Greater
Freedom Journal was publishedIn I Miami July 21-21 of Frontiers her own paintings and art
1827. <11.ai\: collection were the backgroundfor
international Inc.,
a the rtavellog done with made thefirstGin&Tonic
Rev. Wyatt Tee Walker, Hedt- services organization. slides of people, places and
loge Vice President, in a letterto Pepper will speak at G p.m. things filmed by Mrs. Williams
secretary of the July 24 at the DILido Hotel.
:: Interior, while she was abroad. The Friday .
Stewart Udall, asked that the AUout: 400 members of the or
Varick Street, Manhattan be ganization are expected for the the morning program added to ,
given government recognitionin convention, which has as its enrichment of the campers
tribute to its "significance in theme, "Preparing for the summer experiences. did he use
the developement of the total Challenges of Freedom." There are two more weeks of
American experience: Miami Beach Mayor Melvin summer fun. If you have not
J. Richard will greet the groupat enrolled child
In the
Rev. Walker, former Executive a luncheon at the Honey your Day Undoubtedly. A retired .- agolIT
Camp, why not do so today!
Assistant to Dr. Martin Plaza Hotel July 23. If are Interested In how the heat of
you vividly recalling IndkJ :
Luther King, Jr. observed In his Culmination of the convention -
letter to Mr. Udall that the is its Presidential Ball at your used by United JESCA Fund, please dollars make are It the first Gin & Tonic nearly 75 yearn.
Negro press and its the 10 July 24 at the
ally p.m. Roney a must to see the exhibits by Gordon's had already been firmly
Negro church had been Plaza Hotel gardens.
a major
the Golden Age CluU and Day fished favoured English
force in as a gin
Founded in 1030, there are
Institutions Campers In the windows of the
destiny. Both he 12 chapters of Frontiers Inter Roosevelt Savings and Loan Association for more than a century, to it
wrote have traditionally takena national. Project of the Miami
Is fair to assume the Colonel
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broadening America's knowl- ingredient in
edge about America, "he concluded in HialeahA $16.50 and $18 Weekly, a host of summer drinks, !
The request to the Interior .
Departmental head, cameas new liar and lounge has I Unfurnished) from Tom Collinses to GWPBHSLONDONDRY

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to the National Park county line and Just inside '. 0Ij....' '. I", .
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recognition of the Hialeah to make a bid for those enough for ? Tell GINr.r..
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who visit the gay places. 2474 NW 58th St.
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*PACE 10 ,SATURDAY, ,JULY 18, 1964 Rev. II. E. Greene, pastor William Slater,. pastor Rev. W. E. Sims, Pastor

"God is Sufficient" is the 1809 N. W. 5th Ave.
The services Sunday, at Mt. text form which, our pastor Sis A. L. Stephen, reporterOur
Zion were so Inspiring with our
both spoke on Sunday. Services were own Rev. Q. Davis was
pastor delivering mess-
well' attended and enjoyed by
ages. At 3 p.m., last Sunday In charge of services on last
) choir No. three and usher ,all. The Rev. C. Weatherspoonwas Sunday, and the morning and
the and informed
evening speaker
were brought
board No. one celebrated their evening messages
8th anniversary. James Jones us on the subject "The with power, guided by the

president of the choir and Mrs. Master Key to Happiness". The Holy Spirit. Our pastor attended
Essie Daniels of the Usher Junior Choir is sponsoring a the Sunday School and BTU

Board thanked everyone who Tiny Tots Talent show on Saturday Convention, along with the de-

helped to make their anniversary night at 7 p.m. Usher legates, Sister Valeria Person
program a success. Mrs. board No. one will have a program representing the Sunday School,

Daniels was crowned the most on Sunday at 3 p.m. Sister Lillie Manuel from the

I. popular president. We invite you to attend these BTU Sister Lillie Manuel was
elected recording secretary to
Don't forget revival
Sunday, July 19, there will bea begins programs.Monday, July 20, with the convention. They reporteda
church 4-6 time and
tea at the from of grand was enjoyed
the Rev. G. W. Phillips Ft.
p.m., sponsored by the women, Lauderdale as revivalist. We the convention was a great suc
m.1rffrST. to benefit Women's' Day. Everyone
to along with us
is invited. urge you pray cess.We
Sunday night
that the harvest will be great.
are looking forward with
July 19, every member is invited
to go to St. James AME great anticipation to the BattleOf

Church 65th St.. at 18th Ave. Songs sponsored by our No.
for an after service program. MT. TABORMiss one choir, the Fourth Sunday in
this month. We invite you to
Saturday, July 2'Jt there will Mattie Simpson, reporter attend a Church Social at the
PAUL AME CHURCHWe SALTER'S CHAPEL be another all day barbecue at home of Deacon I Spencer on
The General Chairman Mrs.
the church to benefit Women's July 25, 1218 NW 58th Terr.
were blessed with the Sailers Chapel's members Day beginning at 10 a.m. Wesley Culver, the Program
Holy spirit with the presiding motored to Belle Glade by bus Chairman, Miss Mattie Simpson Friday night, July 17, there
Elder Robinson who delivered Welnesday: for the Sunday The church regrets the ill- and the Mt. Tabor familyat will be "Talent Night" at the

the sermon, every one's soul! School ''convention, and were in ness of the pastor's wife. Everyone large take this opportunityto church, time 8 'p.m. July 24;
was made to feel happy. charge of the opening service is praying that she will say thank you for helpingus the deaconess board will sponsor

,which The choir sang with high have a speedy recovery.Mt. make our pstor, the Rev. P.I I a Weight Party at the home
Stewardess Board No. three
spirit. S. Brown's appreciation pro- :Df Sister Lillian Bullard, 1720
Invites you to attend its 10U.; Zion Day Care Center Is
gram a great success. Many NW 58th St.Vacation .
anniversary July 19, at 3 p.m., Rev. Benson preached out of open during the summer. Interested thanks to the Miami Times,the
at the church. Rev F. E. Sneedof his soul; subject: Aand He WentA persons may stop at Miami Herald and the Radio Bible School will begin

Mt. Hermon AME Church O!' Llttlo Farther". Mrs. Georgia the church. Stations for their support. The July 27, through the 31st;

Fort Lauderdale will deliver Jones ,sang a solo "Only A Rev. Ft. Gibson was his char- we urge the parents of the com

the message. Look". Mrs. Finch was at the ST. NICHOLAS ming West, Rev. Edward T. Graham munity to please plan to come

Mrs. Ann Shennett, chairman organ. Vou that were not there the, speaker of the even- out, and also, send your chil
missed (West Indian Catholic Church)
a spiritual treat. The
Ing was superb. Mr. Dunn, dren.
MACEDONIA BAPTISTWe young discussion people presenting a topic To the rectors, and pastorsof Mr. Higgs, Mr. Sharp and the
enllght- Let not to attend
was very all choir under the direction of us forget
the members of Ushers ning. It would amaze you to denominations; the Pastor's Aid Union this
greetings profound. Bro. Roscoe Speed< were secondto
hear how think. Providence
at New
Board No.. one, wish to take young people Sunday,
this opportunity to thank each 'The delegates were: Miss Muriel Through this medium, you none. Rev. Brown was made Baptist Church.

and everyone who supported us \Ward, Miss Christine Bogan, and your honorable congregations very happy with the many, I
We invite to worship
on ''our second anniversary last Mr. Louij Allen, Mr. Curtis are now being Introducedto many gifts, cash and cards, with us at all you times.DANCE .
Smith, Mrs. Emily Benson and
Thanks to the above named church.As .
Sunday. our own
Annie and even a money tree filled by
Mrs. Lee Gunter in
Sister Louise Jackson, who dida were
''tremendous job as mistressof charge of the young people. We it is our purpose to co- the young people departmentand

ceremonies; thanks to choir felt very proud of Salters Cha tution in the community, and well wishers. Mrs. Rangewas BAND

No.. one of New Hope for pel and it's progress in the convention Incorporated in the State of Flo-- her usual sweet self, as Available for
which terminated Sun rida. We therefore take this engagements
rendering the song services; Mrs. Frank Deshazior M.
of making ourselves
thanks to Usher, Boards No. day.The available in whatever capacity C. and Mrs. Mary L. Nixon. All Featuring Vocalist Little Clara
one and two of New Hope for
Rev. Sis. Claudia Ruber. Jay
deem other chairmen and committeemen -
serving. Special thanks to Rev.O. son was married Sunday to Mr. necessary.As And Manny Cruz on Sax

W. Foster for delivering the Matthew Dixon, we wish her it is our purpose to cooperate Join us in saying again, Call 091-2557

sermon again, we say thanks to much happiness. The pastorleft with all other religious thank you so very kindly. indf

each one of you. Total raised: Sunday nleht.- for the Bishops (Institutions in the perpetuation ____ _______ __________t______ __ __,
$917.42. Council in Memphis Ten- of the teachings and principlesset

On afternoon nesee. forth by our Blessed Lord.
Sunday our Florida Advance
Let us ibe consoled by these
\ own choir No. two will be In a There will be a program
words of His. This is
battle of with choir No. my com
songs rendered by Mrs. Annie Gunteron
two of Greater New Bethel mandment; that ye love one
the 9th
of August at 3 p.m. Training WorkshopAT
have loved
Opa-locka, at Greater New It's theme: "Classics In Reli- you -
Bethel. Please support them. gion". Don't forget the In John 15:12.:
behalf of the 'dateb ay Your co-worker for Christ,
the Lord George H. Sturrup, seer.,
GRACE PRESBYTERIANThanks May keep you Is my

to pastor Woodfork' Very Rev. Dean N. A.

of the Bethany Seventh Day
Adventist Church, for filling the I JULY 6 17th, 1964No
pulpit so capably last Sunday Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor CHAPEL

morning. The was enjoyed Sister C. M. Myles, reporter Beautician or Cosmetology Teacher should miss
message Sunday will be Pastoriai Day. ,Rev. F. C. Cambridge, pastorAt I
by all. On night will hold this Grand Educational Seminar. There will be eminent
There will be a meeting for Tuesday we the close' of the 1964 Florida
the purpose of selecting the our monthly federation program Conference on June 7, Rev. consultants, nationally and internationallyknown
chairman of the anniversarydrive Rev. W. L. Strange will Cambridge was re-appointed to to teach you the latest phases in Modern
bring the The No. two
and for conducting other message. Kelly's for which
choir will render services. Chapel our Cosmetology. For information write
business.Conjfratulatlons members grateful.
necessary are
The Junior and the No. two
The first official board meet 1113 NW 3rd Ave. Call FR 4.9998
to Zephaniah i ushers will 'serve at this time. or
Ing was held Sunday, July 12,
Livingston and Roena Parlin, Our pastor's 21st anniversarywill at 1 p.m., with D. Alfred Steward JnlylS
who will be wed at the Manse come to a close. Ebenezer chairman

this Sunday evening at 5 p.m. Baptist Church of Hallandale Organization, of the, church presiding.for --------- -------, ------- --- "
will be in charge, Rev. O. W, the conference 196465was
Poster will deliver the year
held. The following officers
Dinners will be served. SEE TIlE WORLD'S
Coming event, on Sunday, were elected in new postitions: '
July 19, from 4-<5 p.m., at 771 Remember to visit and pray Mrs. Emmallno Patterson-Com
NW 55th St., there will be a for the sick and shut-ins. Deacons mission on Membership and 35 Years of Experience

4 Garden Tea sponsored by Usher Major Summersett at home Evangelism chairman, Mrs. Co- Bishop Hunter is well known as

Board No. three, Brother J. C. and others. rifle Cooks-Commission on Mis PROF. HUNTERIf
t. Wright president, guest speakerMae You are coridally welcome to sions chairman, and Mrs. Mary
Frances White of New any of our services.St. Prince commission on stewardship you are sick, worried or In
Providence the resident and and finance chairman. z, trouble this is the place to come
members extend a cordial invitation MARK P. B. CHURCH All other officers were retained ': Don't stay In the rut, push back
in positions held last year. 'H the TeD of bad luck that seems
for attendance.
,. your There Is going to be "Straw- : to hold in
We are praying for a safe return a The church is moving forward yon your track
ride" Saturday 18 with I advance forward the of
for our pastor, and his July toward greater achievements by help
I real hay. The .truck will leave during this year. uX God, under the leadership of
their to Ga.
family on trip
the church at 8 p.m. Ticketson "The Singing Five", Martin A,? Prof. Hunter who has 35 years

ST. MATTHEW'S CHURCH sale now. Phone PL 8-8172. Jackson manager, will appearIn /: .(: .. ,',> '., of experience in spiritual and
Rev. N F. Clark, pastor Our pastor delivered a very a concert at the church; Sunday ;I ', occult science. Make your home
good) sermon on Sunday. His July 19, at 3 p.m. This effort 'happy. He will show yon how
All roads will lead to ,St. subject was "all Shook Up". is sponsored by the usher to bypass your enemies and get the things that life demands
Matthew's Baptist Church Sunday The congregation was shakenup board, Mrs. Mildred Ambrose for )'Oil. Come one, come alL Healing meetings every Wednesday -

July 26, when you are to see their sense of respon- president, Mrs. Nellie Tyson Street West at the Spiritual Temple of Zion, Inc. 5417 8W 17th

cordially Invited to attend the sibility. and Mrs. Julia Brown co chair Hollywood Florida 7:30.. p.m.

regular morning service at 11 Please attend prayer service men. The public is cordially invited ....:. .
a.m. Brother Charles McLeod and visit the sick and shut-Ins. to attend and be spiritu- ,& l'11''i .
will partlciparte in a dramatic ally uplifted. ).1'

presentation "You Must Be ZION HOPE BAPTIST
Born Again," the story of NI- MT. CALVARY CHURCHRev.
codemus and Jesus. Plan now to 5129 NW 17th Ave.
attend; we are sure you will Rev. P. Freeman, pastor E. Atchison, pastor
i be richly blessed.ANTIOCH Constance Carter reporterI
The pastor is urging' all I
I members to attend all weekly Services on last Sunday

BAPTIST meetings, and pray for the sick cluded a visitation of the ID-I
and shut-ins. Choir No. two Spirit. Our Associate Pastor

w'\< The Home Mission will begin Choir No. one usher board are Rev. C. Whitehead, also delivered

*. Its anniversary Friday night, asking every one to come out an inspiring sermon. 5417 S.W. 17th Street
kV with a musical program. It will Sunday, from 4-6 p.m., for a The Willing Workers are Hollywood Florida
r climax on Sunday at 3 p.m., wonderful tea and fashion showat sponsoring a sale on Saturday, 1 mile east State Road <.1 -3 miles west of Hallandale on

,,* with a sermon; the Liberty Square Auditor July 18, everyone Is invited to north aide of the road. Office hours: 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday
; ,.our Matronettes will furnish lum 3606 NW 14th Ave. There oome out and take part in this 1 to 5 p.m. Licensed by State and County. Readings dailI" .

the music for this occasion. will be plenty to eat and drink. sale. .

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She ran her $2o stake into
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women pick horses by in-

tuition.In -- _..r Harry Denny, Realtor 754-0483
the Ebony article she tells
how she selected Hy Jeep in William A. Parks of 1GD30 Charles Hadley
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the 5th race. "I have a brother Bundle Park has recently -
whose nickname is Jeep. been appointed by Gov. Heads YMCA
When Challenge Slip won in Harris Bryant as a Notary Pub
the 6th race she pointed out she lie' at large for the state of Camp Fund Drive LINCOLN FEDERALInvestment I
picked this horse "because F Lerida.
when I went into the real estate I Mr. Parks will have the power Charles Hadley has been appointed
business it was a challenge. to attest writing for the pur- head of the fund raising
Now with two legs up on a pose of establishing their authenticity committee for the 1064 camp Inc.
million-to-one shot, Mrs. Jones to administer oaths program It was announced today ,
picked March Blow in the 7th and make certificates thereof, ,
race because, as she noted, to take acknowledgements of 5386 Biscaync BoulevardMIAMI
"well, it was March 30, my deeds, and other instrumentsof "The purpose of the FundRaising
birthday is in March and 1 just writing for records. Committee Is to solicit FLORIDA
kind of like March. Mr. Parks is a native Miamian funds' to supplement the Camp .
The horse won. One more and a graduate of Booker T. Program thus giving needy- *}>,fi ,
winner and she would have I Washington High School here. deservIng boys an opportunityto .\"
done the impossible. He is presently employed at enjoy a wholesome camping ,,"
Mrs.: Jones explains in EUony Jackson Hospital. experience who otherwise wouldbe .' "
that she picked Romoquill in unable to go because of Inadequate -
the 8th race because "my Baptists Youth family Income." said
daughter Is studying Roman Campat Mr. Hadley.
history." FMC "The Greatest In
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The horse stumbled out of With the capable assistanceof
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time to win and Mrs. for Florida Baptist Youth has director for Bonded a complete consolidation of debts and money
Marion Jones who admits to been scheduled on the campusof Rental Agency, the responsibility -
knowing nothing about racing, Florida Memorial College of contacting businesses, fort
made racing history. here, Aug. 3 to 10, it has been fraternities, sororities, community *
announced by Mrs Corenne organizations, Individuals, HOME MODERNIZATION PLANSFor
I Watts, camp director. and churches has already be-
r M M The camp is open to boys gun.
roofs all aluminum windows fences
and girls, Mrs. Watts' stated. types, ,
Other members of the
The first session, Aug. 3-0, will committee
are Mrs. Edytlie Bar- aluminum awnings, aluminum sidings
oe open to the 0-12 year-old
1 H age group, while the second field, Miss Blanche Calloway, .
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:: session, Aug. 10-10, will be for Mrs Delores Collier, Mrs. Pa-
the 13 to 10 age group. tricia Smith, and Melvin Fox, Call now for free information 681-4133
Camp workers will register Jefford Smith, Garth Reeves,
:it the college Aug. 1, for a two JOHN STERN
and Dewey Knight. Calvin C.
day preparatory workshop.
; .
Hughes Is the executive secretary
A registration fee of $8.00'per .
camper Is charged, and applications ..
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it the Women's MissionaryUnion
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A diversified program of recreational ,
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has been planned, Mrs.
Watts stated, and parents and
church groups ,are expected to Ax i RENTAL
send youthful campers from all
sections of the state.
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I MEMORIALS DEATHS the family of the late, CLIFTON I. DUKES, JR.,
: CARDS son of Mr. and' Mrs. Clifton I.

R, !o. Dukes, Sr., 1476 NW 6th Pl.,
died July 10. Graveside servicesat
Evergreen were held Thurs-


12 SATURDAY, JULY 1'8' 1'964
In memory of, REGINA WOODEN, daughterof
Jule and Martha Wooden of

I 'k e 10531 SW 171st St., died July 10.
CARD OF THANKSTo CARD OF THANKSThe + P L r 1 Services were conducted Tues-

day, in our Perrine chapel with
the many friends and family of the late burial in Paradise.
neighbors of:

NW 4th Ct., died July 12. Re-
: majns will be sent to Hartsvllle,
M:% S.C. Friday night for final rites.A .

t I daughter, three sons, one
ctVICTOR brothers and five sisters includ-

ing Mrs. Ola Redfern, locally,
are among his survivors.

3056 NW 48th Terr., died sud-
denly July 14. Several relatives
I r __ including Mrs. Adline Wilkerson,
.'.. __ cousin survive.
i -- Arrangementsare
j't ___ : SAUNDERSwho Incomplete.

t : < ___ A passed away June 6, 1964

I __ ft., '< wish to express our thanks to RICHARDSON .
a..M r'fi.f.t '
\ ; :' ; rXl1d.m our many friends for their
f.Y' A i kindness and thoughtfulness MR. LEE ROWE, SR., of 2026
; .i i. NW 3rd Ave., passed at his
I .
Itt'1 during our hour of bereavement.We
\ ( ). .t." EDMUND O. McKINNEYwho ) wish especially to thank the home on July 10. Survivors are
,' his wife, Queen, six daugh-
; neighbors of 5th Court, 12th St.,
't.. : ? \\ departed this life July 6, and Richmond Heights, thanksIs ters, Mary Rowe, Maggie Rowe,
1962 Mrs. Mollle Hall, Mrs. Rose
.J..... ,__... ...:::... ______..I<-.,.; ..... And.when"our' labor all are o'er Wing also expressed of the to City the of White Miami Mary Perry, Mrs. Cleo Jackson,

VICTORIA J. HIGGS Then may we, meet to part nomre' and Group the staff of Jackson and Mrs. Mary Lee Cannon, one
JOHN H. TROUBLEFIELD Acknowledges with grateful appreciation : Memorial Hospital.We brother Joseph Lee Rowe, a son,
your kind expressions Meet, with the ransomed' thank, our friendsfor Lee Rowe, Jr., and several oth-
Your kind expressions of sym- of sympathy. Many, many Throngs to fall, cards, floral many pieces tele- er relatives. Services were
pathy are gratefully acknowledged ihanks.: We are sorry that we And crown the Savior Lord and cars. Special,thanks held on Thursday l- July 16, at
and appreciated.The of all. grams, the chapel with Emory
deeply Rev.
were unafble to get a large num also to the Range Funeral
Family ber of addresses to thank you Mrs. Mary McKinney wife Home. May God bless and Jackson, officiating, at 2 p.m.

personally for telegrams, letters Edmund Jr., Henry, John keep each and every one of
cards, flowers, cars and and Robert McKinney, sons MRS. FLORIDA WILLIAMSof
CARD OF THANKSThe other acts of kindness. We shall Mrs. Ada DeVeaux and you.The Saunders Family 140 NW 10th St., passed July
I Il always be grateful. Barbara McKinney, Dghts., 11. Survivors are' ,her mother,
family of the late Mrs. Drucilla Lockhart, father
l!' ESTELLA JANE ANDERSON 'IN:' MEMORIAM Arthur Lockhart, a daughter,
Patricia Walker brother
who departed this life, June 23, ,Mrs. a ,
In sad but of
loving memory Arthur Lockhart, two grandchildren -
1964 wish to their sad but loving
express memoryof The family of the l late I! my grandmother, ,rr ,\ and several other relatives
thanks to their dear mother
f' friends grateful and neighbors for many the -our-.a...a...r...u+., JAMES) DEMERIT1swish MRS. ANNA LATTIMER > I .and friends. The 'body was
,of Madison, Florida who den ,shipped .to the McRae Funeral
Z many acts of kindness to -thank their many. parted this life July 5, and was -Homei, fo St. Petersburg, Fla,
during their hours of bereave- friends for cards, flowers and laid '
to rest July 15 1951. :for :funeral\ services.
; thanks to the :
} ment. Special
kindness that were extended Asleep in Jesus, since you've
officiating pastor and members during their moments of bereavement -
been gone, it only seems like f'FRANCIS
of St. James A. M. E. Church. ,
/yesterday, .
"Shall claim of death cause us Alberta Demeritt,, wife t '
; want all walks of life to know ARRINGTON
to grieve, And make our cour- Lillian Archer, Madelyn It' is beyond works and. feelIngs MR. LESTER ,
f Mage faint or fall? Nay, ''let us Davis, Mildred Ambrose, to how much I miss- of 1160 NW 51st St., died July
faith and hope receive; The daughters say t 4, in New Smyrna Beach, Fla.
rose still grows beyond the Stafford, George, 'Arthur, Rest you in Services were held Monday July
peace. 13, 200 in the chapel with
wall. and Alfred, sons1HMEMOR
Sadly missed by grand-
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard D.Anderson. your Rev. Aaron D. Hall, officiating.
ytiJ t Mrs. Evelyn Lattimer (Floyd)
remains were shipped to Laurel
Solomon Anderson, brother 4 i'
I AMIn .
x a family
r :. Miss.;, for burial. Survivors include -

J, ,loving,memory,, of our dear I his wife: one sister; one
mother aunt; two uncles; a grandfather -
b r nyC'I" .t and a host of other relativesand

sad, but loving memory of DEATHSj friends.
my dear husbandMR.

r'a' ents, Mr. and Mrs; Joe Denson.
RANGE I Survivors include his grand-

JOHN MAXWELL, .of 209 mother, and parents. Services
NW 6th St., died July 8. There' will be held Saturday, 2 p.m.,
sit Mt. Calvery Baptist Church,
MRS. EDNA WILLIAMS are no known survivors. Ser-
vices were conducted Monday, I with the pastor officiating. Mr.
who died July 13, 1961, In Chi- Rev. A. C. Mozell officiated. Denson ,is now in repose in our
cago, 111. chapel.
You are gone from us, but not ROOSEVELT DENSON, of

forgotten, 2134 NW 5th Ct., died July 13. For Best Results
Every day you remain fresh in Mr. Denson was a native of MIami -

our memory. and resided with his par- Try a Classified Ad
Mrs. Viola O. Crawford, daughter
0. W. Williams, Jr., son .to

family_of the late, -
I '" .l 1 '\ 'I(
to express their sincere i ,<
thanks to the many friends and ,r
those who sent flowers, tele- I MRS. DAISY SUTHERLANDwho CARPET SERVICE

grams, cards donations, and the departed this life July 18,
f that
thoughtful gestures
HILL 1963.
DEMJV were rendered during the timeof Gone but not
) who departed this life July 23, our sorrow. Many, thanks I May she rest in peace. Cleaning and DyingIn
1964. It has been one year since to' the Locomotive Firemen of Mr. Brice Sutherland, son
'" you have gone and left us, but Local No. 60 for their coopera- Mrs. Mary Delancy, daugh- ( your home or at our plant)
your loving memory still remain tion, the Ladies Auxiliary No. terCARD
within our hearts. 3 for their unlimited service
f. Mrs. Jessie L. Hill, wife and special thanks to Rev. Kel- Repairing InstallationNEW
; Children and Grandchildren ly, pastor. members and friendsof OF THANKSThe
Y St. Paul AME Church for
:'t their kind services and also of the AND USED
family )!t.e.t.
j .. the Range Funeral Home.
) : Mr. Johnson leaves to mourn
his wife Sallie Mae Johnson LOWEST PRICES IN TOWNWe
r We, the family of the late, ,
THOMAS SAUNDERS one daughter, Carrie L. Barbes; who departed this life June 23,
r one son-in-law Wilfred Barbes, takes this method of expressing. restore color bring merit
t.l s who departed this life June 28, four grandchildren,two sisters their heartfelt thanks and gra- up piling
1964, wish to express our sincere Annie Johnson of St.,Augustine, relatives and neighbors here
I 1'+ .heartfelt thanks and gratitude Florida. Mayona Delfcho of Chi titude -to their many friends, :
I to'our many friends!' for cago, 111.; two brothers,.-Nathan and abroad for the many i i/; :Bonded Insured "u-- Guaranteed ""

%, their kindnesses extended during Johnson and wife of St/ Augustine cards, letters, telegrams,' floral' >"ty" '' *our hour of bereavement. Fla. Benjamin Johnson sprays and wreatha during. :'1 .
We would like to offer special and wife of New York City the Illness, and death of their i Quality-Clean Carpet Service *.'
f thanks to rather Sands, and the three brothers-in-law Mr. andMrs. loved one. Special thanks to I .
y Rahmlngs Evergreen Mortuary J. M. McMllllan of Deland' the, Rang Funeral Home, Rev. 'r
for the outstanding services Fla., Mr., and Mrs. George A. C. Mozell, Mr. Oscar Range, 4 ej Phone 6664351A
f.r Jackson of 'Fort Valley; Ga., Jr.., and JUr*,George Farrow. : : 1. .
i irenMildred\ Saunders, wife Mr. and Mrs..Ross of Ft. Valley Mrs. Edna RoblnSon," v ,*\ .. 6** 9 .

Leon Summers, son Ga., a host of nieces, nephews mother INDF
and family relatives and friends. and family t

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REDUCED 1 1 new-new-new LOVELY CBS 2-bedroom, oak 4721 NW 15th Ct., UPSTAIRSrear I SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1964 PAGE 13
homes, 3-bedrooms, 2-bath floors tile roof and appliances
fully furnished
homes, large Fla. room. Re- $350 down, $72 month all. Adults only $15 pays
duced prices small down pay- terms. Key at News Realty Inc
ment, 857 NW 73 St; open Sun- 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4Od55.NO $75 PAYS ALLNO
day 1-6 p.m. PL 9-8779 Fenster A VERY LOVELY room for a
CLOSING man in private home no cooking -
in best location in Manor 5950 NW 9th Ave. Ph. 751- "

FANTASTIC 3-toedroom, 2- Park. All the rooms are large, 5236. Bring grocery and move right into this lovely, large
estate carport and extra
bath corner plus 1-bed large lot.
room house on 2 lots. 1291 NW Price is only $10,500, $250 4032 NW' 23rd AVE COTTAGE.
40th St. Fenster Realty PL, down and 573 month, LIfe Realty 1-bedroom, city water, $17 wkly. corner 3-bedroom: furnished house with Florida
0-8779. 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. OX 1-4GG8.
Open evenings and Sundays.NO room. Close to school, buses and shopping.

2I3edroom better type home at RUMMAGE BALK '
863 NW 74 St., built for himselfby QUALIFYING 2-bed- PRIVATE rummage sale, from Call Owner FR 9.7900
builder. It'! a beauty; only rooms, enclosed front porch, lawn mower to 3-pc. sectional
$85 a month. Fenster Realty.PL appliances. Very good loca- etc., 1101 SW 74 Ct.
9-8770. tion in Manor Park. Price Is ..
$7,500, $500 down and $70 per HELP WANTED dTA CL7 C "ccd1c: rD C1 Albs C3TAlb G3' 'Q..,

LARGE family, 4-bedroom beauty month. Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 WAITERS and waitresses. Apply r
CBS near schools, 'buses, Ave. PL 9-4371. Open eveningsand Sir. John Knight Beat. See
shopping center, $11,700, $86 Sundays. Mr. Joe Pendleton, Manager.
month Includes taxes and insurance 276 NW 6th St FR 3-3381. BEAUTIFUL
CBS 3-bedroom, Fla room, oak ESTATEV
plus down payment. floors and
carport, on closing EXPERIENCED
Open Sunday 6940 NW 6th Ct. cost $350 down $79 ,month.
Fenster Realty PL 9-8779. FHA terms. Key at.News Realty or wanted 696-2348.reasonable. OX 1-7088 ,' ....-.-....
Inc. 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL
HEIGHTS, ,FHA 4-0655.
3-bedroom, only $350.00 downto CLASSIFIED : Attention Teachers or Professionals 4
quality buyer. $73 month Includes MISS VEE Is back at work ,
taxes and Insurance. Call FOR RENT with a fine employment agency; )

us Fenster on this Realty one,, PL 14800 98779.I Tyler St.I 2-BEDROOM 15th Ave. Ph.duplex OX 1-6073.4851 NW 7674 out come ployment of male and town and 502 see jobs.female.NW her Burlang for 54 St.local, ,Em-757-or' t SEE! 235 N.W. 47th. St.

INVESTMENT property, we 1-2 BEDROOM apts., 7850 NW tt
have a terrific deal for Invest- 12th Ave., stove and refrigerator >
ment that will pay you back almost quiet neighborhood, large FOR SALE (Shown by appointment only) j
double Two Rental units
duplexes. a
plus all furnished apt., for Gonzalez CubanMarket ,
owner. less than $1,000 down. 1755 NW 41st St, 1-BEDROOM Gorgeous 3-bedroom ''2 bath lovely Fla.
this Is a real deal, call us for efficiency; Fenster Realty, PL
Information. Fenster Realty PL 9-8779.

9-8779. ', 1'W1W' 1116 NW 3rd, Ave. room built-in kitchen central air ,conditioning -
\ I 1 '" 1-BEDROOM apt. unfurnished. Year round' business ,
NO QUALIFYING 2bedroomCBS 3370 NW 51st Terr or call Mr. Established since 1923 5

move In, 5231 NW 30th Gilberts address, 3371 NW 57 Grocery Meats Frozen } and beautiful swimming poolon
Pl., total $7,500 only $350 St., NE 44321.FURNISHED i .
down ,- $69 month pays all. I Food Box Vegetable Box
Drive' by then call me. A Ben- bedroom apt., Beer and Wine
2 lots. Price for sale.
Kori ,Realtor. Nite Pf, 9-5533 large rooms, cool, no children. Price reasonable large right quick
days PL 12243. $20 wkly. 1323 NW 58 th Terr.

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OPEN SUNDAY, 3-6 p.m. 4W ROOM$ wkly nice home
NW 43 St., only $250 down,' 'total 1012 NW 75 St. PL 8-4025. OWNER MUST SELL :;.VE.Y'
$10,000, $69, month pays all
Thl Is a real nice 2bedroomCBS 1-BEDROOM apt., f furnished NW 59th St. '! .
air conditioned;'tile' rbofn. $18.50 wkly. PL 8-390. 2101

large Fla., room; beat Ih 'heat' Corner frame house. Sell '
and high< rent. A. Ben-Kori': FURNISHED apt., free -light! NEWS REALTY inc. i
Realtor: nltes PL' '&5533,1 s and water adults only:870...NW for ,lot value or will build ,

PL- -1-2243. .\i\KL, n* 55th_,-,_Terr.,-,-,,,,-6359080.j'f ,new'house, also CBS duplex'

NO AUALIFYINGmlvery: nice CLEAN FURNISH : 3-room 3-bedrootns eaJch side. No. i 4.0655
'4740 NW 7th Ave. PL
2-bedroonr CBS, Fla., "room. house. Hot and cold water,1805 agent
551 NW 45 St. $900.00 down l NW 5th Ct., low rent, 634-3177. .
rood deal. $83 month pays all. UN 6-0655 *

A, Ben-Korl' Realtor, niter PL 1512 NE with 1st private Ave.tile nice bath efficiency reasonable . . > > > t'. .to' 4yJ: _e.ao-.c..A'J cm..e.A'cm..e.A'> cm..e......Pia,.
fl-5533} ,. day: : ;( PL 1-2243. adults, FR 9-0320. JtrU'J.cr..ltJr JfJtU.u.lu..crJl"JJr.z.l''J1r1rr..D'...... .

Rest fi-UNITS.! NW section CRS. Almost Fort' Lauder-new. NEW 2 bedroom apts., free gas Let us come to your home and FORD SPECIALS: HOT DEALS!
dale. All Rented. Gross :Over and water, $24 weekly. $50 dep. make your: |phptograijhi! ( In
84.400. Down navment $3,000 Adults preferred; all modern beautiful* color.*'Pamilles and SEE THESE HOMES AND CALL USt WE HAVE

Tots nrlce $24,000. Write Vlllfcte PL convenience.4-0069. 765 NW 69th St. babies a p claU7. Our' neW MANY' OTHERS! I INCLUDING $100 DOWN-LIKE
P.O. Box 1536 Coral Ga-
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!totes Fla. studio H located *. ,NEW HOMES
1-BEDROOM duplex, adults, ttiWth Aver: .-

110S2 NW 3 air cond. bedrooms 1309 NW 44th St. $16 week. \e..M3tGllMoun. : 6990 N.W.' 20th Avenue A standout 2V ,year

2} baths; large moderr 1-BEDROOM apt., reasonable. PHOTO SERVICE young 3' beautiful bedrooms, one, bathroom, dining
kitchen CBS
appliances pool ,
cabana with; sundeck;: sprinklers' Call PL 7-2048 after 4-30: p.m. ... y"* room and extra 'large living room corner.prop

double garage; lot 100x120: ReaRonaWe erty. $500 down. NO QUALIFYING. We have key.
down; 143 NW 47 Tc Houses Arid Apts. For Rent '816 N.W., 46th Street BIG! BIG! 4.bedroom'home.'

FR 3-4548. July 25 unfurnished Excellent condition. More right in., $500 down, $95
month. Furnished or
From' $50
NEW AREA special CBS like per month; '
npw IWbedroom -bath homo House for _sale. EZ Terms, BarainPrlcea --.-

200 down. $T 9 month. Key at 1762 N.W. 42nd Street The buy of the A
'fNews Realty Inc., 4740 NW'7th Auto Insurance Discount: For Safe Driver t year
Ave, PL 4-0055. clean 2-bedroom, comoletely renovated home with

D. Goodman and Son, Inc. extras. Selling below FHA, value. $350 down
'S7) Rt. Open Sunday for Inspection "INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, MORTGAGE" --- ---.' 1
2-5 p.m. call NE 7021 N.W. 6th Court Excellent opportunity for the

'3-3198 or UN 6-6007. 2688 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1.0380 ouick buyer I ideal location' j- 2-hwdronm. 2 baths

HOUSE NW 7-4pd- CBS. $500 down, $80 month. NO OUAUFVINH.:
room CBS section cotfige. .. '; $100 down and a GOOD' CREDIT REPORT BUYS

S5000 down, $16,000 total price. you a beautiful 2-3 bedroom home, some with 2
418 NW 5th 'St, FR '6758. ''I baths In residential near shopping, and
1 i Q HOME BARGAINSNo a (area,

$100 DOWN, 4-hedrcrtm. VA schools. WE HAVE KEYS.

resale Onen Sunday 1-6 p.m.. Move Right In -:-. L
No Red Tape -
Qualifying -
City.20001 NW 31 Ct. New Liberty ALL LARGE HOMES We have a ,wide selection of INCOME .rooertIM.1
EZ -
2-bedroom each side tile 4030 NW 3rd Avenue .
'roof, annllances, good location Rentals 3121 N.W. 67th Street 2-bedrooms house,
with $5!>(00 down. You can move 4 large bedrooms, Fla. room, 2-car garage, $10,900,
right in and live rent free. Only $495 down. '$86 month. $20 week
one mort ?a2e. Life Realtv. 1855 N.W. 43rd Street bedroom
.4002 NW 7 Ave. Plaza B-4371 *
house $20
Open evenings and Sundays. 6928 NW 5th Place _.--, '

'NO CLOSING COSTS Florida 3-bedroom: with extra apt. or 4-bedroom 2-bath,
room enclosed front- porch. porch, carport on 2 lovely lots. $11,500, $650 down, WE TRADE ON YOUR; OLD HOME HOMES IN

garage awnings, stove and re- $85 month. ALL PARTS OF DADE
frigerator. Price.Is $9.500, $300 .
down and $77 month. Life Real- Open every day including Saturday and SundayjaU
tv. 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 0-4371. 729 NW 46th Street da"K ,C'Wi

Open evenings and Sunday.NO Mud qualify FHA for this huge 3-fcedroom, 2-bath

CLOSING COSTS CBS CBS beauty, huge Fla. room carport, garage with
duplex. 2-bedrooms each side. work hop, beat buy in Miani, only $400 down' to FORD REALTY INC.
tile roof appliances with ,only redecorated.
$000 down you can live rent qualified'buyer. Completely_
free as the monthly paymentsare : WI 5-9886 569 NW 54th Street 758-8761
nlv $89.75. Life Realty Owner Direct __ ,
4932 JJW 7 Ave. PL 9-437t: ._._ _.._-_.__._ i iniiiiiiiii.aimFOR _._--_. _--
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The Bible may be InterpretedIn

TALK POLITICS cannot many be denied.ways, but Its prophesiesare its truths STYLES FOR ALL AGES

being fulfilled, and some in The Very Latest in Men's Fashions
particular marking the time of
By NORMAN E. JONES the end, have been realized. SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS

Historical Backgound of the Negro in Politics, the Church ITALIAN SHOES
These prophesies refer to the
and Fraternal Organizations return of the Israelites to their 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami Florida

__________ --- _.J __ .r _..r homeland. It is interesting to ,
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follow the Old Testament
many -
The recent decision of the crease the number of jolt along warnings of the dispersal of
United States Supreme Court with greater service. the Jews and of their eventual

ordering the states to reapportion The resultant large county returning t o the homeland.
their Legislative Districts along and with greater population and Nehemiah 1:8: tells of God '09I Attention!! Attention!!
Congressional area would enable such countiesto I warning through Moses: "If. ye
more realistic population lines qualify for the Issuance of deal l treacherously, I will scatter
marks the greatest step in representative abroad the SEE THE FABULOUS NEW
since bonds for roads, hospitals, sanitary you among
government Constitution.Even sewers, good water supply peoples, but if ye return unto
the of the
drafting fire protection, health ser: Me, and keep My command-
when this reapportion vices and law enforcement.The ments and do them, though "Sunshine Homes"Now
ment Is fully carried out other next reform should be- your dispersal were In the ut
realignments In the state struc directed at the larger cities and I most part of heaven yet will
ture must be effected to assure metropolitan areas, In order to I I gather them from hence, and
the type of pure representative get more representative govern- will bring them unto the place Open For Public Display
government, 'Of The peo- ment at the municipal level. In that I have chosen to cause My
ple, By The People and For the earlier days when cities name to dwell there." New Low Down Payment
The on County and
were divided up Into wards and

Peoples"i. the man city were councilmen elected by or alder-their the In prophesy Leviticus concerning 26:33: we the find Open Everyday Including Sun. 2.6 p.m.;

Firstly there must be a consolidation f the Jewish
decimation 0
wards each and section
of many counties in of the, city had their every representatives people In World War 11. "And These new homes have everything you
all of the states. In the early the
you will I scatter among '
days of our Government, when nations and will draw out the want, Mr. and Mrs. Home Buyer. See
roads were limited and trans. This form of selection was land
sword after you; and your
abolished and city councils them!
portation was by horseback shall be a desolation and your
buggy and wagon, the County elected by city wide vote rob- cities shall be a waste."
lines were laid out so that the bing the various wards of the .
County seat was not more thana privilege of electing those: Ezekiel (ch. 30)) and Micah
day's travel one way from whose Interests were primarily also speak of the dispersal and Location of these homes
new :
any part of the County. Using confined to ,their respectiveareas. the return.
that as a yardstick today in This method was design.
this era of goods roads and ex ed to eliminate native repre- With the return now ac-com-
biblical fulfillment
sentatives of Ethnic Groupsof pllshed, the next 1112 N.W. 37th Street
cellent transportation facilitiesby will be for the Israe-
automobile or Bus Lines, representation. lites to recognize their Redeem
there is no need for the Coun With city wide and countywide er, for Jesus said, "Behold, your
ty unit of today.In vote the chances for members house Is left unto you desolate

the less pouplous areas. of Ethnic Groups, regard- and verily I say unto you, 5221 N.W. 5th Ave.
from two to ten Counties could 'less of eliminated.race or color are practically ye shall"not see Me until that
Large areas of
time when you shall say, Blessed
easily be consolidated Into
one the metropolitan cities are In- Is he that cometh In the
the strong resultant political cheaper subdivision and with habited by such ethnic groupsas name of the Lord." (Luke 13:35): ). EXCLUSIVE BY
: Poles Germans Italians.
ter services rendered In bet-I Tews, Mexicans, Spanish' Irish
Get Paid to Learn
areas are the
and of course Negro but 1n News Realty Inc.
bility of the County Govern-
mental Unit. > many cities no member of these Auto MechanicsForty ,
crroups have a chance of being'
For instance take a group of elected on city wide and roun- unemployed men are 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
five Counties adjoining each tv wide ballots, thus violatingthe needed to take free job trainingas
other with relatively small populatlon. Constitution guaranteeing automobile mechanics a n dItet
Instead of five In ef representative government.Until < paid $29.00 to $3 .OO a week
ficient, poorly equipped insuf- these two reforms of while they are In training by the
ficiently manned and financed government are totally effect- Florida State Employment Ser-
hospitals, sheriff's offices Bd! representative government vice, said Harry L; Tyson,
schools etc., the combined resources In the United States will still :Miami Metropolitan Area Manag MAKE YOUR HOME
of the five counties he A mvth and while the State sr,,for the FSES.: ;;

would, enable all of the residents 1- Legislatures may move, In the Tyson said that this free automobile
of the five counties to direction of a more Democratic mechanics j Job training
enjoy better services and in form, the county and municipal with pay for unemployed men
most cases such services would government structure will will start on, July' :27th; at Ltnd
be on par with the services of still remain In the hands of the sey Hopkins Vocational Schoo] LOOK MODERN
the larger cities and metropo- few, and It is on the local level and Interested men should go
litan areas. I where the people come Into to the FSES's Industrial Office
closer 'contact with their 'gov located at 1350 N. W. 12th Ave.
tax dollar would go fur ernment. to apply or call 377-2411. for
ther and (give more, more and further information.
better services would be given. 'Governmental reform must
and the greatest possible objection continue until the I power is
of this mergerwould be i spread on such a tfroad base as Summer Ratesat
the fear of many of the small to cover each and every person 'Special
county office holders losing !; In every district, ward ,and. the beautiful D&H
their Jobs would be groundlessas block. Then and onlv then will
we have renresentatlve trovprn-
the resultant merger of several ment. "Of
The People, For The. "New"Ebony
counties would actually In. and By The People"



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J 4 Send a Boy to Camp THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

Summer SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1964 PAGE 15
Time-A Bad-

ay Time For Puzzled Jimmv .NOW RUNNING

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Summertime, and the living
Is easy but not for little I
Jimmy because there are Just L
some things that little nine- Broward
year-old Jimmy cannot under- t
stand. County POST TIME

8t00 P.M."Tb. .
Why does his mother go out L
and clean other people's homes, Newt
wash and Iron their clothing
..1PHILLIP and take care for their child- I
renWho wears the clothing
before they are hand-me- ByWalter
downs from the used clothing Bone
store-Why was our home

declared officially unfit for H.tI.Vs Or yArnJSA.wp1rn
SPJER habitation last month when the 'V
toilet was broken rails
DIRECTORFRANKLIN the steps, and holes no In the The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
plasterAre all those brothersand Charles Ingham of C16 NW 1st
sisters, aunts uncles and Ave., in Hallandale was mar- .f!
SAVINGS AND LOAN cousins, who we are now llvinr ried on Sunday July 12, at St.
with, really our family- Ann's Episcopal Church, Rev. $80,000 Internntionnl
ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI Taylor performed the marriage, lassie Final, srml-final lid
Neither can Jimmy under- the bride Is now Mrs. John Bat unlay, July 11
Phillip Spier, a well-known stand how pleasant a period Bray, and received many love- ( iiiON( open 0 p.m.
South Florida civic leader and during the summer could be. ly gifts, relatives and friends
successful businessman, In dis- Never does think of the "warm from Miami and Coconut Grove
cussing a family savings program rammer days," but of the many were present. V
unpleasant hours he will
used spend
recently, the follow o
ing point to illustrate his message Inside an over-crowded flat, The Star Light Lodge No.
He said: "New York Congressman Instead 542 will hold It's meeting Fri-

Adam Clayton Powell When school I Is out, Jimmy's ; day night July 17, at 8 p.m., all
In a speech In Chicago yes aren't as bright nor his I members please be present.o .
In the presidential campaign of mlle so radiant as other chlld-
1950, was opposing Stevenson -en. His voice Is far from being The South Browtard Post No.
nnd supporting Eisenhower. cheerful. Summertime Is really 8105 VFW will meet Sunday
The huge crowd was predominately I 'he worst time of all the seasons evening 5:30: p.m., at Bowe's
Negro The Negro chorus for Jimmy.A Modernistic, 4144 SW 17th St.,
[Just finished With "All God's I Hollywood.
Chillun Got Shoes" when Po- period at the YMCA Boys' o i
\vell 'broueht the house down'he Camp at Lake Placid, could Central Baptist Church will
said. "That singing did make all the difference in little
my have together
a get program on
heart It Ummv's world. He could
good. was wonderfulto go
Sunday afternoon 5:30: in
( hear that choir sing 'Every- Aanoelnsr. and for a swim In p.m.
the BTU hour sponsored by
talkin' Lake and take"n
body Beautiful
about Heaven ain't Grassy Ralph Clark. You are invited
!Iroln' there. Friends, I got news exciting, adventure hike for Rev. E. J. Clark, pastor, Bro.
for you this evening! Everybody 'he first time. He' could enjoy 3 Z. Newbold reporter.
talkin' about that White House vell-toalanced meals a day and
ain't .Te could see the tiny, graceful
J.plf'r;; continued, "Everybody chipmunks' and squirrels
tnlkln' about savings Isn't putlin' 'round the big oak trees. ,
one penny In the bank. "
rOil really must have the determination Lake Placid would open up
the desire and the he marvels and beauties of .
will to savts. Only when the the out-of-doors God'shouse
nerd for this' H' firmly established without windows-deepening no messy. defrosting
in the individual and family's little Jimmy's apprecla-
r-ollrotlvo minds Mon of nature as the handiwork .
and lasting program can be n sound started. ')f the almlgMy. He could also ..,... ..,
Von and I and all the folks 'or the first time experience
be smell of wood smoke; the
In-n glisten of dew In the early c
sunlight, and the fellowship
to net aside
'part of this/ income each week around the glowing campfire
In the form of savings it night.

Your gift to the YMCA Cam- rr
"At Franklin Federal Savings oershlp Fund could send little F
and Loan' Association your dol- Timmy and others like him to
are sound and _
secure Camp Lake Placid this sum ,
hacked: by the conservative q
mer. The cost Is only $35 for
Management of experienced Lesser contributions -
the period.
!Ravines;: and Loan officers and welcomed and air 1 1I
the Federal Savings and Loan check ,
oreclated. Make out or '
Insurance Corporation, which order to the Carver t
monev I
00.Insures your account to $10,000. Rranch YMCA and mall to .. ..I l'H I II
"Franklin Charles Hadley! chairman Cam I ......., fI
Ravings' nershln Fund. 5770 NW 15th I illll''.,
nnd Loan Association is/ chartered .. I __,
Miami Fla.Recognition.
\ve., ,
by the Federal Govern
ment. supervised Ivy the'! Federal -
Government and retaliated I,
and examined by the Federal I Day -,

Government."As I ,f IIJ tM .,

you save, Franklin Fed- At KendallSunday -\..;..

% ral kteps your account grow- '
ing along with generous dlvl- at 4 p.m. RecognitionDay with modern \ NO-FROST I I electricREFRIGERATORFREEZER 1 ;
a ,
'dondq at the current rate of will be observed at t. h e .
*y % a yeah 'paid and com- Dad County Children's HomeIn
pounded quarterly. I strongly Kendall. The principal address -
urge you" concluded Mr. Spier, will be delivered by Mrs. ,
"to Investigate the advantagesof M. J. Jeffries, who is a teacherat .. 4Toda7'

an Insured! savings accountat Silver Several Oaks of School the children at Ken. no-f rost model hold Just the right degree of temper ;

Franklin Federal. dall.will lie appearing on the program ,,plenty of everything/except frost ature keeps every type of food at
"Office hours ore from 9-..30a.m. along with staff members Ice never forms.m either the el.ktn.1ine8l..andev hlnl.
to 3 p.m., dally and on of the Children's Home. Hero-cold freezer section or refrig right at your finger-tips (Including
Prldar evenings! : Franklin Fed. Supervisor, Alfonso Williams erator. No scraping or chipping. ice cubes galore)!
rnl In, from mopping up p d4Uw. GoodYou'n love the smart styling
onen 5 to Ram conduct Recognition.
p.m. vlll
Visit our convenient' of- bye forever to a nasty chore. and built-in look .variety of
fice located The modem electric Refrigera colors, too. ,
at 1001 NW 3rd
Ave. That's tor-Freezer combination hold Boo the new no frost electric t
10th Street aand the corner 3rd Ave.UWomen' tot. NW FCS Club NewsThe much more-yet takes up leas n.frl crator.Freezera and sepa I'
kitchen space. You'll enjoy tremendously rate Freezers at your appliance .,y
( Frlendshlu Charity and increased freezer space dealer's.Generous trade-in allow
Rights" Social Club closed Its activitiesfor for today demands! ances: convenient terms.
OPEN MIKE with host Hen the summer with a lovely ,. rr

'flrlk" J. Berns, will discuss olcnfc! Wednesday night July 9, .......................................................... ,4
How Eoual Are Women'sHlents lawn and home of '
on the lovely
next Sunday evening VIr. and Mrs. Frankie Dunn h
from 7-0 p.m. Special guests 10th Ave. Swimming : NowmorsU Howmor.than.vtrbefor..It'.whor.lotch..p.rtosoAll.ElECTRIC : ',
will he Dr. Seymour Blumenth- 5001 NW I, : than to use a combination of rvteet.Electricity! cost so little,yet does '"
al: Mrs. Ed Seney and Mrs. ind a rood time was enjoyedby S so much for the enjoyment of modem Florida. llvlngl' :. <''t11t1NJ" .

Anne program Samson! As usual, the all. Mrs. Veredelle Cox wish our to ..................................i........................ r. .
will come live from president and members

-.0.the Hampton,- --....... -House.NOW -. --. -.--. --. ---. .....- .hank the the many picnic friends, and Mr.who and attended ard. f lameles .&xt ,L' 9 ,

I !. the Time to SellIi.at Vfrs. Dunn for a wonderful Howl, ONiAIIa THAN IVIR

:! : Home.. Use a Time evening. Have a wonderful sum FLU IDA I POWER, t LIGHT I COMPANY

mer. Mrs. Veredelle Cox \\9 preil- II'UIII. BUILO 10KtOA ,
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Koordyck won over Scatter-, Free ,BaseballGame grocers and milkmen.The .
I hawk Dixon in eight occasion Is a salute to
PAGE 116' SATURDAY, JULY! 18, 1964 SundayThere the dairy industry of South
, WEST FLGLER KENNEL Florida. Before the game, whichis
\ __ _
1 CLUB will be a free base- scheduled for 6:30: p. m.,
Eight of the nation's finest ball game Sunday night July I there will be a half hour fun
10 In Miami Stadium between show which the
during play-
greyhounds parade: to the
'the Miami Marlins and St. will have of
ers a tug war
Spearing starting box Saturday, July the'Fourth : 18' Petersburg Saints, but ticketsare stand on home plate and toss
for the finals of
required. They can be obtained Walls into a barrel at second
Annual Flagler: Inter-
for the asking from area and play catch with fresh eggs.
national Classic which carriesa .
gross value of $80,000 includ- u
: With Sports ing purses for nine preliminary -
races which cut the original BEST BUYS IN
field of 64 down to. eight. ,
D7 HARRY SPEAR The Classic finals rich-
est and most colorful event In -0-
greyhound racing will be.accompanied -
by the traditional QUALIFYING. Beautiful 2-bedroom completely

A Sum-up On Airborne from Berlin Division where, he returning boxed pagentry including a girl-be furnished. [Dining room, utility room, front porch.

quite a number of times for decked float, flags representing 'Air conditioned. OnlY' $8,300 :total $600 down $70
Champ PastranaWILLIE
; the Uoys over there. Boxing 6 all natlpns of the world :month.
having greyhound' racing, and
yealrs as a pro, he looks real
an owners' parade to the post
MY good ROSS.and is! handled by TOM- with their star greyhounds. ---a----

g fd Probable favorite in the big NO QUALIFYING. 2-bedroom, front and rear porch.
a A 1 Detective race is expected to be Oscar C. 'Fully, furnished, central III
DANNY MIANO of Evers'' sensational lied Tears, heating, carport. Only
the Homicide Squad of New who was the top winner in the ,$8,900 total, $70 month" Reasonable down. .
ark is visiting his friend, Tom- nine preliminary rounds with
my Ross who used to train six straight, before running Into -6-i.- .
him at the age of 15 in his trouble and finishing fifth .
gym !In Newark. Tommy is in his last out. 2 BATH, dining room, appliances. No
managing the 5th Street Gym A strong second choice is qualifying, $7,500 total, $800 down, $80 month.
',; RMSt here in Miami. What a great likely to be Fred Whitehead's ._..
job he's doing. Como, who swept through the -
three semifinal rounds with-, '
4-bedrochn and
3-bedroom du
out .defeat to lead the
scoring in that round. plex. Immaculate Inside. Dining room, utility roofai,

RIVER RESULTS Winner, of the. Saturday 'appliances. $15,500 total, $1,000* down..
event will collect $25,000 for I
L Charlie Skoch ko'd James his effort and then go into a .4
Lee in 3rd round; Grady Pon $10,000 winnertakeallmlltch '' t
der won over Jerry Powers i in race series with the July 24 ''DUPLEX, 2-BEDROOM and ;bedroom apts. Partly
four; Tommy Wiseman won winner of the $50,000 Wonderland 'furnished. Extra lot. All this for only $9,000, $85 '
over Mad Dog Johnson in 6; Derby. The first raceof :month. :
Eddie Linder won over Hector the three-race series is 'scheduled .
Verdugo, six rounds; Federlco ] at Flagler Aug 1, ---o----


Pastrano started boxing because ATTENTION'! MR. LOT OWNER ;completely: furnished. Florida room, large patio,
he was a fat boy and they fenced, .$16,000 total; $600 town, FHA terms.
called him He trained to 'It
Fatty. "You can own the house want" ,
lose weight. This Is what hap you
plan we finance at bank o
pened: rates no balloonmortgages

He became the llghtheavy- I. MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS
weight champion of the ,
world. Whether. Willie has a HOUSES .FROM $8,990, to $100,000 }
fight coming up or not you Phone SHELL REALTY
will find him at the gym for an '(appointment j. :.
working hard to keep In shape <
under the guidance of his J. H. BARKLEYNE !4260 NW 7th Av.. "'758-5551
worthy trainer, LOU GROSS. I
3-3198'or UN 6-6007 I .
Willie has come a long way. .
He started out very young. The '
major point of Willie's career j I
Is to always keep in shape. i: l ..
This was his ambition and it I
carried him to the top JANITORIAL SERVICES y
Patetrano fought them all He Edison SpecialsOpen
has been in the limelight for
quite some time. He is a family COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
man, devoted father and loves I ,

children. .,' Licensed''and Insured AJ ; Sunday 3-6 p.m.
He's always making public .
1 ;
appearances for benefits to 'Reasonable Rates. .'
.- 15 'Y5ears"Experlehce 4
raise money for a worthy ; .. '
cause. 354 NW 43rd Street

Call 2-bath CBS home. Tile.roof, $77 month '
666-4351 ) pays everything -
Some Old Time .
$300' down, FHA terms.

I 549 NW 47th Terrace
Remember Young Billy ,

title.Strlbbllng He? came He never from won a per-a WANTED! Men,' Women, all ages 4-bedroom furnished CBS. Garage, carport. $250

forming family. When a young- Free down; FHA terms. 76.88,month.
ster he was a circus clown placement, full or part time,, steady .
along with his brother: Herbert. _
Not 29 when he died, Billy 748 ,NW 51st Street
fought eight champions: Paul Jobs
Berlebach, Jack Sharkey, Max OpenFor 3-bedroom CBS on '3 lots ((120 x 135)). Tile roof,
Schmellng, Mike McTlgue, Jim- $350 down, FHA'terms.
my Slattery, Tommy Loughran -
Primo Camera and Maxie .
all .
Rosenbloom.In types of retail stores -==- ---

his 13 years of campaigning Grocery Checkers, Cashiers, Stockmen, Drive, :by the following then, see Edison

he had 286 bouts. Of Packers, Sales Clerks SupervisorsGUARANTEED .
these he was official winner in 564 :NW 45th Street

222 and unofficial winner in r ". .., .
scores of others. Although nota ] $75 month 'FHA CBS, ,tilo, roof, Fla. room, carport
heavy puncher he had scor-
ed 126 knockouts. He did, this the Job Government Approved Training .- city'" sewers, -, '$800 down.; Lovely street. ,
by wearing down his victims.He Qualifier you in fen-day* ready for work,in Miami, "

fought 14 draws. His official Hialeah, Perrine, Coconut Grove, Hallandale: 530 NW 49th Street
defeats were only 12. Goulds, Homestead, Hollywood, OpaIockaDAY I

HENRY ARMSTRONG ,was & CBS, tile roof, FloriN l porch, modern -kitchen. $300
KO'd in his first pro fight at NIGHT CLASSES-EZ TIME PAYMENTS' down, ,FHA terms, 2 air conditioners, carport. This

years Pittsburgh rolled by, AL by IOVINO.Hank won,As Apply' immediately in person or phone home almost new. Lots of lovely features.

three world titles within ten PLaza 7-8448
months. By 1939 Armstrong 561 NW .41st; StreetCBS
had paid a $50,000 annuity.. It
seemed like he was going to Market
make it $100,000 by 1941. I Training hist. tile roof, carport, city',sewers, $250 down. FHA ;
never did find out If he ever terms, $11,500 total.
Member of U. S. and 'Miami i
Ran into LEW SELTZER, mLer of'Commerce. CBS DUPLEXESBig

former around these great parts welterweight some years NW .selection FHA or bank terms. As low as $450
back. He ,'had 129 bouts, fought 7th Ave. at 78ih St. down. Most of,these are 2-bedrooms each side.

three star bouts in one week. :We: are,open all day Saturday and Sunday
Says he is feeling like a million .
dollars at the age of 62. "

t He wishes to be remembered Don't be fooled.,In Miami yon have EDISON REALTORS
to all of his friends. WARNING _
only ONE Cashiering I School Approved -

-JOEY.JONES, 23 years oft ,by Govt._ and, Chamber of 175N.W. 62nd Si X51-2441
age, weighs 165 pounds was I Commerce. Market Training at NW Tth,W.va; d TOtfc Street ;
just discharged from the 8th .. .

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