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: May 14, 1965
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00364

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Volume 42, No. 36 MM RIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1965 16 PAGES 10 CENTS

CiayY' I r+ltlyA U Florida Hospitals Lose 0M)0 .S. AidCounty I J

Is noTon the list.
The U.S. Public Health
Service disclosed Friday that To comply with the terms., ..'
Youths Sought forAudiPoverty 24 hospitals in Florida have of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, V' "
+ t lost federal support because of hospitals receiving federal '
complaints of racial discrimi- aid must:
Job Training nation. The aid will be with- Accept patients without
regards to race.
held until investigations are
A neighborhoodcenter take a two-year course at completed.The Assign patients to rooms I
r } has been opened at Dade Junior College under Public Health Serviceis without Grant regards staff to privileges race. to ",t.
+Y 817 N.W. 2nd Avenue in an the Police Cadet program. withholding aid under ob-
individual without :
qualified :
d ,L., sf effort to recruit nearly 1,800 They will be allowed to earn ligations imposed by the Civil .
while learn. Rights Act of 1964 which provided regards to race. ,
r youths to go to work or take they Assign staff members to ,
One hundred youths are that no federal moneybe I
job training under the anti- patients without regards to ;
in the used to
poverty program.To needed for training support programsor
qualify applicantsmust job corps camps in other partsof facilities in which racial race.Allow patients, staff members i.
be out of school, out of the country. discrimination was practiced. and visitors equal access S i.
Applications can be made Among the 24 mentionedmost
and between the of
work ages to all hospital facilities with-
16 and 22. They must be in by coming to the center or of them are in the small out regards to race.
general, from families earning calling 377-0525. counties and towns. Dade

less than $3,000 per year.
Jobs and training are

r ,. available Neighborhood in three Youth categories Corps:, U.S. Gives $10 Million Go j\\

f'r' ft > where young men and women
can work as hospital aides
maintenance helpers and other .
l jobs for $1.25 per hour and Ahead to Urban RenewalDade :
r a up to 35 hours per week.
+ needed
Forty boys are
9 County's massive Friday's decision was
RJ= t renewal project was approvedby "conditional approval," but
the U.S. Friday and $10 renewal officials said that
million dollars was set asideto the remaining conditions Involve
help finance it. only a few minor I
Vince Coughlin operations points.
su director of Metro's Urban Re- "From here on, jt will bea
newal Agency said.. "This is matter of formality," Coughlin -
MSS NORTHWESTERN I the big decision-now we'rein. said.

This lovely maiden is Floret Robinson, the newly ." COVERS 147 ACRES
As a climax to years of
elected "Miss Northwestern" for 1965-66. planning and controversy, the Project One site coversan
She is a "member of the Glee Club, Hospitality Club and approval from the Federal area of 147 acres, with a
the Girls Advisors. She plans to become a registered nurseor Housing and Home Finance third of it going for the North-
after Agency came only weeks be- South Expressway Interchange
secretary college. Her attendants are Joyce Ben
fore a deadline that threatened The renewal area runs general-
t. dross andj.oiiieSmith, ,":-'Avalon Photo. ',, -to;'turtailj the;;: project by? trttt*' ting out a'mi 111 on'dollars worthof N.W.: 14th St.. and from N.W.
local school credits. 3rd Ave. to the expressway.

I Jaffe Murder Suspect OVERALL overall COST renewal$14,084,797The package The cash county$1,852,144'will 'pay for in Project actual tia..

One, covering a period The lovely Mrs. Roslyn
will have of
a net cost
of three Roberson of Richmond
Dad.'. share Is years. Heightswas
Pleads Innocent 4 $4,694,933$14,084,797., much of which The overtoil completion of the winner of the Miami
4" r consists of non-cosh credits. Project One Is at 'least three Alumni Chapter of Kappa
The Rev. Edward T. The $1,036,264 which the years away However urban Alpha Psi's initial Sweetheart
Seventeen-year-old Barry Eaton without an attorney, Graham, minister I at Mt. build West renewal agency is completing of the Year contest. She was
Wayne Brown, one of the two but said his mother was tryingto Zion Baptist Church and civic Dunbar county spent School is appraisals for land It will buy, crowned Miss Kappa Sweet-
boys accused of the Feb. 27 get legal counsel. The leader, was reported satisfactory included Elementary in the credits. If clear and sell to private Interests heart at the annual Black and
murder of Attorney Frank judge said he would arraign this week in Mt. Sinai federal approval were de- for development, and'White Ball held April 30, at
Jaffe, pleaded innocent Mon- Warren later when he had ob- is first urban renewal' demolition II. i iit the Carribean Room of Bay-
Hospital where he being the
layed much longer new
day in circuit court. tained a lawyer. expected this fall. front Auditorium.
treated for chronic arthritic
a school would not have countedas '!
Circuit Judge Joe Eaton The state charged on April condition. credit.A Nearly thousand families Runners-up were, Miss 'It
has set trial for July 26. 27 that boys shot and killed Hospital officials reportedthat public project must have will have to leave buildings 1 Delores White of Liberty City,
Warren Brown, 20, no relat- 55-year-old Jaffe during a the Rev. Graham enteredthe started within three yearsto that will be demolished and i second place; and Miss
ion to Barry appeared before holdup attempt. hospital on May 4 for ob- be eligible as an urban andther 407 families will be 1 Delores Patterson of Coconut ._ t
servation and diagnosis. His renewal credit. Work on Dun- moved to reduce crowding or 'Grove, third place winner.'
because of modification work.A condition is improving. June
bar started in 1962. f

Baby Suffocates

II in Plastic: Baa, 'Husband Shoots Wife; Commits SuicidePolice I

up .
I I common-law wife was said the couple
Police reported Sunday The girl told police she r fatally shot Friday by her hus- had apparently been drinking
that a six-month-old boy suffocated took Michael 6& his room Churches to Honor Dr. band who afterward turned the before the murder-suicide.
Saturday night when his about 10:15 p..... and placed gun on himself and snuffedout Neighbors reported they had
babysitter put him to bed nextto him in his bec without turningon his life There were no numerous parties but also
a plastic garment bag. the light. Mary Mcleod BethuneThe witnesses to furnish a motive seemed to "fight all the time."
Michael Benson 6315 N.W. She called the mother, for the shooting. Ruffm was an auto mechanic.
13th Place, apparently rolled Mrs. Elizabeth Benson when 10th anniversary of principal of Charles Drew Sheriff's Sgt. II. L. Singer Neighbors told police the
over and became entangled in she discovered that the child the death of Dr. Mary McLcod Elementary School. Mrs. said the woman had been couple had lived in the house
the bag. When the 13-year-old was not breathing. Mrs. Benson Bethune, founder of Bethune Clark was one of the first "shot at least twice." The about a year. The woman had
babysitter returned 15 minutes called a neighbor, Mrs. Cookman College, Daytona five girls enrolled by Dr. man was hit once and was two sons, police were told.
later the child's face was Lucille Flynn who made several Beach will be commemoratedin Bethune when the college was crumpled on the floor. The woman fell back on
covered by the plastic and I attempts at mouth-to- a week-long series of events founded in 1904 as the Day- The woman was identifiedas the sofa after she was shot,....
he was not breathing. mouth respiration. beginning next Sunday. tona Normal and Industrial Lula Mae Milton, 34, who and Ruffin fell to his knees
Dr. Bethune a nationally Institute for Negro girls worked part-time as a maid head down, at the end of the
recognized church leader and but spent most of her time at sofa Hanging on the wall
I Free Health Forum at BTWA educator, died May 18, special 1 '4 T4 r ,I I It the home she, shared with above were two pictures one
services will be held that dayat I Robert Lee Ruffm, 49, at of Jesus and the other a

Health Forum, open to Patterson, M.D. and George the college. 7767 N.W. 16th Ave. painting of the Last Supper

the entire public free of Simpson, M.D. Dade"County churches
charge, will be held on Wed- The purpose of the forum have been asked to observethe Neal Adams Named to Greater
nesday, May 19. The Forum is which is to begin at 8 p.m., anniversary i of Dr. i I
being presented by the TB is to bring to the public the Bethune's death with special
Committee of the Dade-Monroe latest information on TB and sermons next Sunday On May Miami Crime Commission
Tuberculosis and Respiratory the other respiratory diseasesand 18, the Greater Bethel A.M.E.
Disease Association. The how they affect people in Church 245 N.W. 8th St., will Neal Adorns, businessmanand be a big help."
program will be held in the the Greater Miami area. hold memorial services. civic leader was elected Sullivan said the com-
auditorium of Booker T. The TB committee is madeup On May 23, at 3 p.m., an- Friday by the Greater Miami mission is seeking other Negro
Washington High School, of local Negro citizens who other special service will be Crime Commission as Its first leaders.
1200 N.W. 6th Avenue, in are interested in improving held at the St. Paul Institutional "Negro member. Adams is a successful
downtown Miami. health of the community. For A.M.E. Church, 1892 Daniel Sullivan commission grocer. lie is president of
The topic of the forum will several years this committee N.W. 51st Terrace. Ebenezer director said Adam's the Brownsville improvement
be "TB & Other Respiratory has been actively involved in Methodist Church 1042 N.W. election was a "happy choice," Association and a member
Diseases." There will be Conducting cleanup campaignsin 3rd Avenue will conduct a adding of the Dade County Zoning *'
three films plus a panel of various sections of Dade United Nations International "He has fought the liquor Appeal's Board.
local doctors to answer the County Membership. is opento program on May 30 at 5 p.m. Interests, keeping the dives The area where he lives..
audience's questions. Mem- anyone who is willing to The Dade observance of and joints out of his neigh. N.W. 27th Ave. and 49th St.-
bers of the panel will be; work toward the betterment of Dr. Bethune's death is headedby borhood. His experience in is relatively free of gang activities
Edwin S. Shirley M.D., W. A. the community in which they J rs. Charlotte Ford Clark DR MARY BETHUNE keeping out the rackets will he said.

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SPRING PROMENADE Jerry, Pamela Felds, Penny Simmons, Patricia Inman,

The Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority presents another activity Deborah Donovan. YOUR COUNCILMAN
Second Row: Karen Williams, Donna Bowe, Antoinette
on the calendar for the 1965 "Buds of Spring" on

Friday night, May 14 at the Everglades Hotel. Smith, Deborah Everette, Linda Kelly, RaeJean Hopkins,

This affair is one of the last activities for the ninth Gladys Hudson, Delores Williams, Janet Brown, Sandra

graders and their parents. Other activities included an hour Holmes.
of dance and pantomime at the Dade County Auditorium anda Bottom Row: Dianne Finney, Emma Jenkins, Deborah

performance of "Porgy and Bess." Johnson, Marcella Demeritt, Cynthia Johnson, Sheryl Hampton -
Barbara Goodman, Linda Little and Deborah Hall.
This group of Booker T. Washington Buds includeToprow
left Joan Lula Geraldine Evans Missing Buds are Hiawatha Davis and Joan Williams. (Other
to right: Folds, Evans, ,
'Marsha Marks, Sharon Reddick, Paulette Gabriel, Caroline groups will appear in later issues.) BUSINESSMAN LAWYER CIVIC WORKER

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I f'- 'F; MU' vi Dtw N..r; +, Gamble Church In Christ Memorial of Cod ANTIOCH Baptism will BAPTIST he held Pd. Pol. Adv.

Saturday at 5:30 p.m. '

f AHiMy Stiti PrisId.it< ,<: Elder. P. .J.A.pastorSis. C.SeabYooks Jackson he All he furnished candidates ready Gowns are askedto will EDISON E.L CTiO. ICS

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Atty.laude with majors In We are very gratefulfor church. 7TH' AVE. & G2HD' ,STREET
Thomas Miller Jenkins economics French poli- the Barbecue will be on CORNER '
success of our '
dean of the Florida A and tical science and history.In Mother's Day program.We sale at the church Friday ':, i, PL i 1-57K ; .
M University College of 1950 he received the wish to take this op- and Saturday nights. PICTURE TUBE, SpEtIlL,
Law Tallahasse has been LJ..B. degree cum laude portunity to thank all Please come by let'sclean
named as the fourth from Boston University.The participants and visitors your car. Mrs. ".
president of Albany State Albany State pres- who made this success Dorothy Daniels and son 21" Tube ,$21.
College succeeding the ident-elect comes to the possible. Saturday May 15.
late Dr. William H. Den- Georgia Institution witha The public is cordially Dinners will be sol d 17" Tub >$17,,,
nis Jr. Announcement of distlngushed record. He invited to attend our Saturday. at the church, ,REPAIRED
President-elect Jenkins' has been deputy research spiritual revival that is 2if!\.) NW 4Gth St. Call ';, ALL TYPES OF TVS ,
madb director Massachusetts (535-8329! for delivery. '
appointment was now in session nitely at 8 fv-" >: k'A"
here this week by Dr. M. Re-Codlflcatlon Commission o'clock. We are having a
S. Walter Martin acting Boston. Mass.; 1 a w glorious time rejoicing In
Chancellor of the Boardof librarian and assistant the Lord of our salvation.You .
Regents of the Uni- professor of law, Texas are always wel-
versity System of Georgia.A Southern Unlvers I t y, come to attend any of our
native of Hot Springs Houston; associate dean services.
Va., president-elect Jen- Texas Southern Universityand
kins received the B. A. since 1953 dean and
degree from West Virginia professor of law at Flor-
State College summa ida A and M University

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I I AKA's Contribute '

J $1000 to NAACPNEW s:a I4I _

YORK The 300 to a campaign initiated
chapters of the Alpha by the national
Kappa Alpha Sorority has sorority In 1964, in which
contributed more than each chapter pledged to
$10.000 to the National enroll as NAACP life .
association for the Ad- members and to secure at I
vancement of Colored least one additional $500
People through full and life membership. DirectIng -
partial payments of $500 the AKA drive is MissL. :,:.,...:..>:-':::::::tr; ;!:.
Smiling Eddie Lee Pitt-
NAACP Life Insurance Pearl Mitchell of Cleve-
man, popular local businessman
Memberships Miss Lucille land. Mrs. Julia Mitchellis h
Black, the association's an NAACP vice presi- is the new own-
dent. er cr the Dive-Inn Bar
secretary f o rmembeships 1772 NW 79th St. PhoneH919431.
disclosed this He invite all
week. TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO his old friends to come :
and meet new friends. i
Miss Black said the
CHURCH SUNDAY Everyone welcome.
contributions were In re-
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Gifts IHectdcalAn :

Said the famous Game Hunter, "I've caughtAll
so easy to add a touch of
magic to any An electric gift gives comfort, convenience
gift-giving occasion.
Better Electrically J and pleasure long after other gifts are forgot
those with shot! There
Tigers nary a are more than 150 electrical appliances to favorite
choose from ten. So do a bit of browsing in your
and preferred store.You'll discover many gifts that are new
appreciated. You
A gun only riles 'em nice at any pnce-for home can select or personal something use and most-wanted electrical of course.

But Ulilk so beguiles 'em. .

They sit up and purr on the spot!"


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James E. Scott Community Association, a United Fund -

service, opened its fortieth anniversary celebration on May BUNCHE PARK SOCIAL

6, with a gala buffet supper at the Presbyterian Church on CLUB TEA A SUCCESSThe
northwest 12th Avenue and 43rd Street.Mr. Garth C. Reeves, FOR THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATESCALL
president of the board of directors, who welcomed the members of the Bunche
guest Park Social Club wishes to -r-:- t, .-.. .. -... ........
stated that
over one hundred people enjoyed the food and take this time out to express r
program. their to ,ur.
deepest appreciation BONDED 4 s
Mrs. Mamie Gill, the charming mistress of ceremony.,1 I friends, the members and 1
talked about the roaring twenties that gave birth to the pastor Rev. S. L. Gay who .r I, o {
helped to make the 11th An-
James E. Scott Community Association. She paid tribute
to nual Tea held on April 25, at '
Captain 'Scott and Mrs. Elizabeth Cooley King, who were instrumental Mt. Hermon A.M.B. Church a RENTAL
I in founding the agency. Mr. Linton Berrian entertained success. To each of you 4 ; !
the guest with a selection of melodies. The invocation may God add a blessing to "4
was given by Rev. Nicholas Sileo. Mrs. Stanley you for your thoughtfulness,
spiritually, morally and
Milledge brought greetings from the board.A financially.Mrs. Lu ACENCYLINC" I
reading was given by Miss Euphrates AbbeStt and a Lelia Henderson, (
solo by Mrs. Harolean Stuart Storr. Mrs. Lenora Johnson president; Mrs. Bessie Gad- _
reviewed the Mrs. J. Heasman ber, reporter.
history. Lydia presented 1
tableau showing the present program. Mrs. Carl Roe Ho,

whose father, Dr. Chapman, was the first president of the AGENCY IN THE SOUTH; OPERATING IN
first board of directors, took a look at the future. Mr. Garth In AppreciationHow HON L. L. BROOKS

Reeves told of the work during the past year. sweet It Is to be DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.
Mrs. Elizabeth Cooley King, pioneer social worker, who able to express my thanks PRESIDENT
was a charter member of the board had an accident and was to my many friends who ,n ,> i'Miyvx jftX > f if X '
were so humanly con- GEORGE P.iHARTHnGENERALMAMAGERJ <
unable to attend. The roses sent by Mrs. Dorothy Graham, cerned when I was injured *-
who also was unable to attend, was taken by Miss Olive in an accident.

Alexander, executive directors, to Mrs. King with the message May God bless each of MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

"one dozen roses and our hearts in beside it." you and I hope sincerelyto ,tat: ,J"i' 10,000 HOUSING UNITS f ,'\
be able to do one thingIn ;
the months there will be several eventsin ::1" : S:; rt'
During summer life to make me a little :"'S'YBonded'also," --f" ,. .
connection with the big celebration which will close in worthy of so many won- d has employment service at mainoffice; ;; ': './' '.

November with a dinner. On June 20, 1927, the day nursery derful expressions of ""- Jtl.J\ } .
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4150 N.W. 7th Avenue V
opened. The anniversary of this event is being planned now. '
Josephine D. Mackey l:) :; !{}<, >< ,' \ < ; '/ : ,;
Johnson of Miami photos. :'-' A fell fi.e public relations deportment. to assist you in solving your problems

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 14, 1965 The ST. PAUL AME Inspiring message at)0ut
A and M University. mothers.
WOMEN'S DAY AT evening service feature Rev. T. C. Kelly pastor
discussion on Rawls. reporterAre Congratulations COM
a Mary
Mrs. Cora
MT. OUVETTE three great Bible women. you Interested In Blake for be.
Ing the oldest mother"Mrs.
annual soul spiri-
The women of Mount This fifteenth having your Mattlse
Olivette Baptist Church: Woman's Day is expectedto tually lifted? Why not Deas, the
to greatest yet. out Sunday. Mav 16 youngest and Mrs. Lois
1 cordially Invite you be the come Mitchell for
worship with them Sunday The women of the at 3 P.m. at the church to having the
H.E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and PubHsh.rGARTH largest number
under the leader- extravaganza of children
Mav 1R. both morn- church the musical -
C. REEVES Managing Editor inar and evening. ship of Mrs. Lula Smith, sponsored tar Arthur Ford present.
Mrs. S elm i aWard several choirs and
\ M.mb.r of the National Nowtpaporc Publishers Association chalrlady and Mrs. Alice and male chorus of our church.Won't .. The following persons

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Phillips, co-chairladles you come out and were also honored f 0 r
ONE have put forth a great this delightful affair work well done
!YEAR $5.00 -.SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 enjoy : Mrs.
effort to put this programover. ? Johnnie King, Mrs. Mary
Entorod as S.cond Class Matt.r, August 9, 1927 at the Post Their aim is to wish to thank our Smith, Mrs. MaYdell
Offlco at Miami Florida, und.r the act of March 8, 1876 liquidate the mortgage on We members and friends Braynon Mrs. Hattie
: the church, and make the many helped to, ma k e Moore Humes, Mrs. Ma-
Office at 6740 H.W. 15th Avonuo Phon. OX 10421 .. .....;J'i'\, down payment on the who Mother's Day at our zella Gray and Mrs. Molly

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" The NEGRO PRESS boliovos that America can best lead ; fair. Our pastor gave an lovely bouquet of flowers.
the world from racial and national antagonism when ,It accords ',, I. \\ Rabbi Skop at
to.avery .regardless of race, croed or cplor his I .
human I and I.gal rights. Hating,no man, faring no'm n-th. IncarnationRabbi
Nv po Pros* strives to help ovary man In the firm belief that
all men are hurt as long as anyone Is hold back. Mr>rr 9 Skop of wootwoRTHIN
f Temnle Beth Shlvah will
be the speaker at the
eveJ"lnsr p"lrp gundavat
SCHOOL BOYCOTT the Church of tho Tn-

For sometime '---'- carnation.. 1R35 NW 54th --
negotions have between
gone on -
Thf" morn'n' neaker: Is The wv fa HP Harkett
the Dade ESKIMO
County Board of Public In-
Mr::. LUBe M. rnlf Mrs. vicar. Rev. H. E. S. Reeves
struction and the Dade Classroom Teachers ' '
is teacher at reacon. "
Doles a ______
Association over an increase in teachers salaries Dounr'8 K'ementarv anda
but a break came when the amount of faithful member of Mt. Rev. J. W. Stepherson N
Z Ion Raoth!: Chuirh. and congregation will go
$6.7 dollars
offered by the school board
to St. Matthews Freewill
There she I Iq vice presi- I
was rejected and the board did not seem favor- dent of choir} No 2. a Baptist Church Sunday,
able to meet for discussion of the matter. member of the Young 3 p.m. Rev. Woodley, pas-
This brought on sanctions against the Matron and on officer in tor.Don't
school board. The association the MN Zion Credit Union forget to pray for
says beginningnext She holds a B. S. and M. and visit our sick and A
Monday they will not perform any extra- S. degree from Florida shu tins.
curricular duties and will boycott the summer

.**" The association sought a raise in salary I oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooPUBLIC

totalling $25 million dollars but has since reduced NOTICEIBe 2=& a room
this amount to $10.8 million. ,

Salary for the coming year now is set at
$5,100 to $7,600 for teachers with a bachelor's IOle .lny. tlgat. first .bveaus In Miami, you ijpol as an igloo
have only ONE Gov.rnment Approved Cashier School.
degree; a teacher with a master's degree There Is NO SUBSTITUTE for .
from $5,200 to $8,050. The next year teachers

with a B. A. degree will receive a maxi- M.T.I. Business Schools
mum salary of $8,670 and those with an M. A.

will receive a maximum of $9,180. N.W. 7fh Avfte at 78th St
We understand there is some possibility I

of another meeting on the salary question
America's larg.st and oldest. 50 sehools..U.S., Cona-
with the CTA and the school board If this
do and Hawaii. Over 12 years a trust.d guide to
works out, let us hope that some amicable
thousands now working. To get the BEST JOBS, you
agreement with the board will be made. The need M.T.1. government approved training. This will w..mir
f teacher's job is not an easy one. qualify all people 17.50 ready to work.

In any case there must be a peace of mind H

if -the best results are to be achieved. JOBS NOW OPEN ..


43rd annual convention of the Epis- SALES CLERKS, PACKERS .
copal Church in the Diocese of South Florida Special Summer Courses t r..a. '

opened on Monday evening in Orlando. CASH REGISTER $15 ,,,,... ,
Thia meeting was held in the beautiful .,,.
Methodist Church Avenue P.B.X. RECPTIONIST $18 f..Xr.
First Magnolia and
$40 ... Ii
i Jackson Street. This large building had a ca- a
pacity congregation. BANK TELLER, CLERK $21

; The s e r m on by the Diocesan was as Free |lob placement .Day & Nlte classes .' .No r

; al, inspiring and the music enchanting. Other hi school needed .Train now pay later .Apply. now..
services were held in St. Luke's Cathedral Reserve your place .

while headquarters for business sessions were PL 78448ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooocx
at the Robert Meyer Inn. i
b The highlight of the convention was the
banquet held in Exposition Hall honoring the

20th anniversary of the consecration of the
Rev.: Henry I. Louttit as bishop of South Fla. :8
Three bishops were speakers: The Rt. I -
Rev. Albert Stuart of Gergia ; Rt. Rev.I I

Frederick Warnecke of Bethlehem and the Rt. : The Picture Man

j Rev. Randolph R. Clairborne of Atlanta. I
Presenting the speakers was the Rev. Paul I

Reese, rector and president of the standing

committee of the Holy Redeemer, Sarasota. ANY SNAPSHOT. OR PHOTO ENLARGED.TO '
Bishop Louttit is well known to the three .,
bishops and they spoke of the wonderful work '. .8x10.. '' PERMANENT" LIFETIME 0uLCOLORS. .

he has done and is still doing. INCLUDE ,COLD. FRAME, GLASSLAND ;:
r Bishop Warnecke in his tribute, told the "
1 assemblage, "Henry Louttit has taken the power ,

of the Holy Spirit given to him and has not <' f." .
< ;
feared to stir this diocese. He has kept ; "
up you '
in a ferment during most of these 20 years. t; ,(p""I :::1 :t: ;:' : :!""''>' '
But did not Christ call upon us to be the leav* '1 V., : (:.,"'!-Ai, t'!' ." "I,p( .. "I'i'"., ,, \er. ,j.\' ,,''",i!'>'+
en that works yeastily in the inert, dull lump? -:' ""'::;'1'A.,,, .. 'j> '" ,.l( \/'J"\if: ", ,',' / Why swelter with heat

; The bishop has given you a divine discontent $titkJ; !.'',;):\(",,,, 't< ",\"';dl;:;:' itJ, ",.{w,. ..\. ,: ,:t. k4.t.. Installation Slimline style for when secureArcticcomfort
with the kingdoms of the world. He has not "" p\: i".' in window, you can
"" ,,., ." ..,/ ,. ,, :, Ii .. or use anywhere.
let you make peace with oppression in any "r t{,. J, ."'' \' A'' ; ;' \\, .jI <\t ", with

form." : ..''#:,., >lr\JI'i1j' Presenting the speaker was the Rev. Paul t { : :, ,t;, '!t: (.:-" ', ': with handle for easy
\ : A f... portability Where but Wool-
Reeves lf "
rector of Holy Redeemer Church, Sara- i>:t::,:, ; :. ) ( \ "
sota, also president of the standing committeeof 'cl Nw1I VM'T "\ S Safety grilled in worth's could you find
1. I '
the convention. ? ... ..j attractive turquoise COM.
<' ', At" '. ""." _"st,. ,', \ ",r t..... Y such value for so little
:; :: : .
Mr. George Cronin, a Miamian, died in 1\ "' '\ '" ,",' x "' '\ '?.." <; '! e 115 volts, AC only.
: < j cash? Be ready for
St. Luke's Cahedral during the Holy Communion /< };: .' ,, :( '
Service on Wednesday morning.The .: ,, ', : summer, buy it now.
r P. I. tfxu, ,:*, % ..'}!
meetings of the Episcopal Church- ,
women were held at the Cherry Plaza Hotel. ji" NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, "" .. AVAILABLE AT MOST STORES 0 USE OUR FREE LAY-M tIAY/ PLAN

:, little
os $3 week ,:
pet / :
entertaining the convention. Next year the con- :
vention comes to the Fontainebleau Hotel at NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED .' FT. LAUDIRDAll-POMPANO IIACH-WIST PALM lEACH

Go to Church Sunday -M14 : -.J.'gCl'L'l' YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT

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ari'E MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 14, 1965 5 \'

dos and Frank Odle. secretary to the Barbados
'''' 'rv"c'1, .
Board. of Trade, visited Miami during last .1\ 'P'Y''ir \,;,' > ,1,.< ,, .""J';
week as guests of British West Indian Air- >"> >"" 'MrE1i
The jiii.. :I1
ways. visitors were engaged in talks helpful },. : .n,; I'
in developing a bigger and better tourist ., .. ,' .

economy for the island On Tuesday they were : ',,M :: ; -8- ., .j
i ,
luncheon guests of Bob Weir sales '
representa t : ':
the interval of May 9-15 our com- tive of British West Indian Airways; Charles t <(4' '.,,< ". '.;. r" t
munity has been celebrating National Hospital C. North, manager of North's Travel! Bureau ,1<: "'>(# ''I'' ,J )fj't.th. '<' .l' :. .., \:,
1 t. "
Week with Thursday as Hospital Day and Mrs. Evelyn Smith, a long time acquaintance (, .:sl 1I. !, .un{. .< ). .r- .> '" J.J.I,' ",R"',.. -

here's your opportunity to make a contribu- of the Minister of Tourism. v

tion to Christian or Variety Children's Hos-
pitals. Among 'acknowledgement of resolutions i ,3 .
sent out by the Elks State Convention in Pana-

Our sympathy to Mr and Mrs. Willie ma City held in April was one from thte
Griffin who are in Lake City attending the White House, Washington, D. C. signed by You
funeral of Mr. Griffin's mother. Paul M. Popple, assistant to the president and \
. addressed to W. O. Perry, president of the SAVE
Northwestern will Florida State Elks Association.
compete in the eight'team -
Basketball Tournament along with host The letter concludes that "the President rtuoAY, Y 1e't' PARTY l '
North Miami deeply appreciates the words of commendation *"
Hialeah, South Dade, Miami auY lose PACK
Central, Jackson, Curley and Carol City. The conveyed and hopes he will continue to UfDAY, at
barriers are slowly but surely being lowered. merit your organization's confidence and sup
port in the coming months."

The Arringtons, Henry, Gerry and Little
,Robin, were delighted to have Henry's mother Sheba Martin and Louise Bradley repre-
sented the Episcopal Church Women of The
Mrs. Ruby Arrington, come over from Tam t
pa to spend Mother's Day with them. .Incarnation at the Diocesan convention in
Orlando this week. Thomas Johnson repre-

Visiting his daughter and family, Mr. and sented the men. 3 ClWPACI.S.MWeMe .

Mrs. William McBride (Emma) and three ( sw I YOU G
grands, Anna, Shirley and Michael, is ElijahJ. TAKE TIME 3 BROWN BONNETS3LOLUPALOOH _
Thomas. This is Mr. Thomas' first trip to To Think : It is a source of power. j ALL 12
Miami. He is here attending the Boys' Club of To Play: It is the secret of perpetual youth. OILY =
America convention at the FontainebleauHotel To Read : It is the fountain of wisdom *

on Miami Beach. He has been superin- To Pray : It is the greatest fountain, on earth. 3 FLYING SAUCER o esi.b
To Love and be Loved : It is a God-given ICI CCCAU*SANDW1QfIS VAIUTAttraUU
tendent of the Boys' Club in Atlanta for 32 privilege. ..fl....-a-.......... I

years. Mr. Thomas is a native Atlantan. To be Friendly : It is the road to ha ?'piness. .... BRING THIS AD WITH YOU TO GET YOUR SPECIALS I I7OO tl \

Seattle's "Teacher of the Year" is Mrs. To Laugh : It is the music of the soul '" iI ; '

Dorothy M. Grant, a Negro., Chosen by the To Give : It is too short a day to be selfish. .w. 54th St. I

Seattle Chamber of Commerce, Mrs. Grant, a F ", .-..... ...-,. w. .".,.,rw./a.. ......,..,w..M Mkb .YF.MiY,3Ai1X0:
second grade instructor, was honored as an 751 824S."t]

"outstanding a luncheon.representative" of the professionat Keep Our City Clean : "'"'""----__ ........... .... .1 .. .... .

Mrs. Rosa Lee Ferguson and W. M. Du- p" "'. '" .,..,.....-....".", ., "" > I .....-- WATCH FOR OUR WEEKLY SPECIAL
hart of Pallbearers Lodge No. 3 are in Day- xxxjncxToonnnrinrinfvmryfrv iiyxjc:
tona Beach attending the annual Pallbearers

Coach Jake Gaither will be the main
speaker at the Herald's second annual All-
City Sports Banquet at the Everglades Hotel
May 26 The banquet will honor 92 All-City 1J

award, winners from 11 sports and their ---
coaches with the coveted "Prep Athlete of the
Year" trophy awarded at this time. The ban- '

quet will be open to the public.So -til mm irt trtttid tqu/"

sorry to hear of the Alonzo Jacksons, n LINCOLN NATIONAL BANKof
Al and Carmen, being involved in an accident.
Hope they're fine again very soon.
As well as speedy wishes for recoveryof MiamiIS
Rev Edward T. Graham who has been con

Friends and relatives of Mrs. Selina Far-
rington gathered at St. Mary's Church Hallto Published in response to call made by U.S. Comptroller of

help her celebrate her birthday last Sunday the Currency to all banks who are members of the Federal
Mrs. Farrington is the grandmother of
Miss Gladys B. Brown. Deposit Insurance Corporation or the Federal Reserve System. 1

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority entertainedon 1tll! I N Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items
Friday evening at the Everglades Hotel in in process of collection . .. . .. .;. .. .. .. .. .$ 947,015.33 ,
United States Government obligations, direct and ."I
honor of the "Spring Buds, their guests and .
parents. guaranteed (Net of any reserves).. .. ... .. .. .. .. 696,946.94
Other bonds, notes, and debenturesNet
( of any reserves) . .. . . . . .. .. 100,000.00
Maxine Bethel, who years ago conducteda Ixians and discounts (Net of any reserves). . . .. .. 1,593,670.61
Charm School on 15th Ave., spent last weekin Fixed assets . .. . .. . .... .. .. ... ... 238,306.90
Other assets . . .. .. .. .. ... .. .. ... .. 53,316.68
Miami visiting her aunt, Mrs. Daniel John
son and other relatives Maxine makes her TOTAL ASSETS . . . . .. . :i. .3629256.51
home in Philadelphia now. LIABILITIES

Demand dpf'O its of Individuals, _
Get well wishes to Ila Jordan, Ellen Dunn, partnerships, and corporation. . . .. . . .$1,921,363.18
_. Time and savings deposits of individuals,
Josephine White, Major Lewis, Florence Fer --- partnerships and corporations . . . .. .. .. .. 598,657.83
guson and Margaret Simmons who are ill. GUEST MODEL Deposits of U.S. Government.'. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. ..... 102,887.17
Deposits of States and political subdivisions . ......... 350,000.00
Royal Twenties were hosts to guests at Annabelle Robinson, fashion Certified and officers' checks, etc. ... .. .. .. ... ...... .. 57,317.06
designer and modiste of
their annual dance TOTAL DEPOSITS.$3,030,225.29
on evening.Our Pittsburgh, Pa. will be guest (n) Total demand deposit . . 2,081,567.41
model and designer for the lit] Total time and savings deposits. 948,657.88
sympathy goes out to Harriett Hart Mr. Bond Fashion Show Sunday, Other IiAbiktiM . . . . . . .. . .. 51104.69

and family in the loss of Harriett's mother, May 16 at the Hampton show House.will TOTAL LIABILITIES: . . . . .. .$3,081,329.98 f
Mrs. Annie Mae Twine. The four to seven
feature custom designed CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
clothes and original wig coif
Common stock-par \nlu per share $4.00
Mr and Mrs. Stanley Sweeting and fam- fures. Cocktails and dancingwill No. shares authorized 60,000
donors of Lectern to the Church of be a part of the program. No. shares outstanding 60,000 . . Total par value 240,000.00
ily were a Miss Blanche Calloway will I :Surplus; . . . . . . . . . . . 240,000.00
the Transfiguration as a memorium to Mr. be the commentator. Admis- t lI1diided profits .. . . . . . . . :. 67,926.53
father Horatio James Sweeting. sion is $1.50.GOING I
Sweeting's TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS. . . . .' 547926.53

Congratulations to Rev. and Mrs William TOTAL UARTMTIIH AND
Savoy who are the parents of a baby girl and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS' : . .,. . . . .. .$3,629,256.51
Buford and Geraldine Coachman who
and to
are cuddling a baby boy.
Garth C. Reeves Frank M. Buchanan Louis J. Disk
TO NASSAU? Chairman of the Board President Executive Vic Prtttdent
Sincere sympathy to the Newbold familyin I
the loss of their daughter and sister. For courteous and reliable A credit to Miami- an example" to the Nation

service, sightseeing, night -firs! fully integrated bank in the Southeastern United Statet
club tours of the island,
Happy birthday wishes to Joseph Alburyof
Hollywood ; Eunice Davis, Gloria M Orr, ask for "Eddie," taxies LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK or Miami
John W. Dillard, Lois Moore Howard Coach no. 14,15,16,101.
man, Sarah Talley, Lizzie Green, Angela John able at the International m /The Cc/ion/ Financial Center' 6013 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami phone 759.4431

son, :Mary Brown and Charlie Hill. Airport. Member, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Member, Federal Reserve SystemDuring '

Dr. W. Algernon Crawford, minister of '\
Trade Tourism and Social Security of Baba-


!L THE MIAMI 1 TIMES, Friday, May 14, TJJ
1965. _
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 14, 1965 7
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$ Davis Predicts More at

o Only

I Negro Generals"I "

Franklin Federal ::

would hate to see the civil rights movement and that The elder Davis enlisted in I .
Air Force select an officer he was not criticising those racially segregated Army during ',
and promote him because he who are active in it. the SpanishAmericanWar
was a Negro," Lt. Gen Ben "All forces are interactingto and three years later FREE'
jamin 0. Davis Jr., said in produce a better America," passed an examination for a :
Washington last week, as he he said commission.He .
predicted there will be moreNegro Questioned about possible considers his father
generals resentment among white officers "a very great man," said the SAFE
"I also would hate to especially Southerners, younger, partly for ,his accomplishment -
think I was selected on sucha as he moved up in the Air in winning a
basis" Davis added. He is Force, Davis said "I can ans. commission in the Army' as it (
the first of his race to reach wer that with a big loud No." was in those days. DEPOSIT.
three-star rank. "Oddly enough, 1 never The younger Davis, was
Among the hundreds of generals could tell where a man was the first Negro graduate from .
and admirals in the U.S. from by the way he acted to- West Point in 50 years. During
armed forces, Davis is the ward me," Davis said. This World Wzr II, he led a Negro
second Negro. His father, now was true at West Point and fighter squadron that distin-
87 and retired, was the first since, he said. quished itself in Europe. BOXI
of his race to become generalonestar Davis had a much easier President Harry S. Truman
( ) in the Army. time getting ahead in the service ordered the desegration of the I '
The tall, erect, 52yearoldAir than his father, now retired armed forces in the late

his Pentagon Force general office spoke Wendes-in and living in Washington. 1941s.i For the lifetime of your' account! .

day before leaving for his '
new post as chief of staff of I
i- /
U.S. forces in South Korea.
Referring the Negro drive "I
for racial equality,Davis said: T'fEItlN1" .
"There are many contributions FM
that can be made to A
the equal rights movement FiS
not necessarily demonstrations '
but by doing a job to the ,I, AND C ),o t
best of one's ability," he \ l$

said."I ...... ...
don't march-I don tsit- 'I -" .. _... .- "" .- --
in-but I would like to think ..
I'm playing a part in the development by rosalyn farrington .
of the United
FOR TIlE WOMEN As an added feature for I
States. I would hope so. ;
The general explained that female readers we introduce Rose Farrington. Mrs. r w
he was in sympathy with the Farrington Is a Philadelphia by birth and a MJamlan

by virtue of adoption. She attended and graduatedfrom v

the schools of PhlJl). As' a housewife her Interests -
NAACP TO ORGANIZE are a husband and a son, Eric, 6, plus fashions I L'

OPA-LOCKA BRANCHThe household hints etc As n career, she prefers I

Miami Branch NAACP journalism. In these few terse paragraphs one can

has found it necessary to organize garner what w* are trying to convey. I
a chapter of NAACP
I in O 'a-locka. For the very warm weather that is here 1 You get a safe deposit box free for opening and maintaining
I A luncheon will be heldon and to come) what would be more cooling
( more account of$1000 or more. A safe deposit box ,;
Saturday, May 15 at 2 p.m. and relaxing than a wardrobe of seersucker ) a

at the home of 2555 Mr. N.W.and Mrs.159 for work, play or afternoon wear? They means extra protection for your valuables, your important
George Brunt
Street, Opa-locka, for the come in such beautiful colors, and styles. With documents, and other prized possessions.Limit .
of dicusssing this shoes and bag to match, a pin or a string of
rma purpose tter pearls ,and short white gloves, you will look of.one box per fa!J1 ily... or.rtiu.FREE ._ r

If you are interested and like a picture of summer. What makes it even
can attend the affair, please more exciting, are the reasonable prices. This ;
call Mrs. Brunt at 6210870. .
material is so easily cared for, a little pressingwith 1 _
a warm iron is all it takes. GRCEN iTAaArf GREEN STAMPSwhen

REGIONALCONFERENCE For heaven's sakes, don't throwaway
KAPPA those aluminum pie pans after the pie is all I you open or add to your Savings Account.*

They really come in handy when season
1000 free stamps for a 500 account
Mrs. Mary Lou Nixon, the ing meats and fish or heating left overs. Why .
basileus of the National use platters or a dish when these are around. I 500 free stamps for a $250 account ; J"

Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, 200 free stamps for a $100 accountThis
Alpha Delta Chapter, attendedthe Here's a little something that probably (
20th Southern Regional offer is for a limited time only I
many of you already have put into vogue on
Conference April 16-18 heldat
the Robert E. Lee Hotel in the dinner table : The economical and conven- PLUS 4%% DIVIDEND ANNUALLY (highest rate in Dade). ., paid
Winston, Salem North Caro- ient use of paper plates. Try serving the and compounded quarterly! Accounts opened by May, 20th will
lina. The theme for the meeting fly meal in these which come in os many fam.j earn dividends from May 1st.
was "The Teacher's Role in ty almost simulated china styles, even 7:30amto
PLUS a drive-in teller-window for your convenience-open
Our Changing World, Pacing
have "compartments" your
Thursday Friday evenings 'til 8 pm.
6 Monday through .
New Frontiers in Education. gravy and meat! Imagine the saving on hand I pm ,

of the Mrs.many Nixon factors was made energizingour aware lotions and lotions to prevent dishpan hands, 1 PLUS 31 CHANCES TO WIN EXCITING PRIZES!

functions in education and not only that, you can save your cherished First prize of 25,000 Merchants Green Stamps! .
that teaching is the most chinaware for that special occasion! No more 5 second prizes of 5,000 Merchants Green Stamps each I

precious and most dangerous wrapping refuse in old newspapers, just fold 25 third prizes of 1,000 Merchants Green Stamps each!II
duty entrusted to mankind. over refuse and dump into garbage bin!
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FLOYDS RETURN Planning shower for friend? Why
a your Just complete th/,jingle: I
Mrs. Evelyn Lattimer not give a kitchen cutlery shower. This could Benjamin Franklin was thrifty and wise.
Floyd and children left the be the most rewarding shower given to the 1 That's why Benjamin would advise I II

city April 30, vacationing in engaged couple, simply because this party I A Franklin Federal account for you, I II
Madison,Fla. They were the brings in all the small kitchen gadgets, they I;
of their aunt,Mrs. I II
house guests Lattimer. will forget to buy. Such gifts as tea kettle, gra- I (example: The way to make your dreams come true.)
Before returning via Sanford ter, a can opener are always welcome, and I Entry blanks available at Franklin Federal or you may use plain paper. I

and Orlando, they visited most needed. I Entries must be postmarked no later than May 31, 1965. I

relatives in a number and of friends years.not In seen returning I. _ ____ __ __ -__ _I

last Saturday, Mrs. CARD OF THANKSThe Jessie Williams Sr.. Mail or bring entries to:
Floyd brought back her aunt family of the late. Brother, St. Petersburg
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. David JESTEErt WILLIAMSwho Johnnie Williams.
Lattimer for a few days. passed! away on VV Brother Miami
The Lattimers were alsc 18th of April. 1905! at Aurthor, Brother Williams Atlanta, itanI.1in
guests of their sister and Jackson Memorial Hospital sister :
Clyde Bright
neice, Mrs. Deloris Chavis wish to extend our Asbury Park. N. J.
and Miss Carolyn Eady. All sincere thanks to our Otlsteen Williams
expressed an enjoyable an d many friends and neighbors daughter lPederal
for cards.
your -
wonderful time. The Lattimers
Williams son
pieces telegrams and .
Madison on Tues-
returned to
all other gestures that Rev. J. J Williams j .
Hay morning. were rendered. We shall nephew .. .. 7ilEto.e1LL u1h1ERJCAN
not forget the Rev. S. L. Selena Jackson a devoted .. .'iAV1N\ lIANA\\crAnN:
Gay for such a consoling! cousin and a host .
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Kansas City has been retained I
as Negro market con-
NW sultant by the J. Walter
Thompson Company.Mrs. .
LEONARD WALKER. Kaiser who heads the
O_ 1U802 OWNER Kansas City firm bearing her ,
name, will be available to advise "

.' ':'< .,., Thompson clients in I
planning and carrying out
programs directed at the
Big Chief Negro Market. The Seven-Up .
Company St. Louis, will be
among the first to make use I(

RICE 4 Ib pkg. 49$ national of this program.service to launch a ""r,

,, ." .. ,.,. ,. ,.. With home economics de-
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from Kansas
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.. Mrs. Kaiser taught, We introduce the versatile Miss Susan Allen.
Miss Allen may style your wig in the Mr. Bond Salonat
school before entering public -
91 1552 N.W. 54th Street model at your social or
relations. She has written
QtGRllSJ&I Iti;pkj. illv extensively for newspapers demonstrate a combout. She will certainly show you
magazines radio and tele- the ADC's ow wiggery. Miss Allen was formerly assistant *
vision. firm to Alex of the Americana. We welcome her to our
Her serves a
Mr. Bond Famiiy.Avalon Photo.
Big Chief number of national clients
as well as local Kansas City.

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NECK BONES ::.7Mb39; 1: }s $ Meet II Jacksonville MEETSThe Mrs. Jannie club met Johnson at the home in Opa of

Locka. The club was enter
:: ,;": : f \ ''i "...:. The 26th Annual Con- turist the supervision League Inc.of under Mrs. tained by Mrs. Ruby Hanna.
vention of the Orange
Beuhlar Hunter of Atlanta. After devotional services the
Blossom I Cosmetologist Ga.:: Mrs. Alene Scott meeting was turned over to
Association, Inc., will con- and Mrs. Ella Mae Hall:: the president. Mrs. Edna
WHITE BACON Ib 39t vene 1&-20.In Jacksonville May delegates; D. A. Julius Smith.
Mrs. Cathlean B. 'Rossof state adviser and admin- Among the' new businessthe
istrator, Beauty Clinic and members are going to take
2705 N, Howard Ave.,
Bertha Perry state public care of our club mother who
Tampa is the state presi-
dent. relations chairman. has served and helped so
All meetings will he Mrs. Billie Pitts and Mrs. faithfully to the, club a great
c.rPORK Clarice Carnegie Unit 2
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held In the Duval County many years.
Armory E. State and Mrs. Louise Rllev. nresl- Mrs. C. Anton thanks the
dent and Mrs Lucille West,
CHOPS! Jb39t Market Street. May 15. club members for being so
Unit 55 Mrs.
; Mary Bryant -
Relstratlon will be at the Mother'sDay.
president, Mrs. Betty nice to her mother on
E'utopia Beauty Salon. Newhold and Mrs Lucille After the meeting. the
815 W. Church St. May club went into their social
16 at 6 am: :, registrationat Moore Unit 49.
Lean The convention hos- hour. It was enjoyed by every-
the Armory 11 a.m. like to
club would
the United Cosmetologists one.
tesses are -
May 16, executive hoard Units No.3.GO. thank all clubs and boards and

BEEF STEW 21bs 494 ned meeting.The a series president. of e t< rational plan-- .The 38 :and: convention 50. theme our friends tea who a successful helped to make one.

"Cosmetologists:; Alive Again we thank you.
Ir .
projects resting
1965." Mrs. Edna D Smith president
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> ) > and informative ihrouh-
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COMMON ''f Mrs. Helen K. Ward
>:'; t v'; < out the session with ;
unique plans to preparethe reporter.

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the Miami
those planning to attendare

Cello Carrots 2 Bags 294: and Mrs. their the.Marion unit representatives.presidents Muldrow.

president Unit No.7; _
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[ ; WEEKLYISOCIAL 1 Austin Norris, Atty. for Fr. Divine

j NOTES I Open House at Police Answers Ebony Magazine ArticleJohn

: H. Johnson Editor and Publisner
Dept Saturday
Ebony Magazine
Miami Police Chief Chicago, Illinois.
Waltef Especially Invited are: Dear Sir
E. Headley cor- the youngsters. We urge :
Mr. Bond introduces you to: dially Invites the citizens, the
to bring along:
parents Decent citizens
young and old, to attend everywhere were shocked by the article
AMNABELLE the Department's "Open their cameras perhaps,: appearing in the current edition of Ebony Magazine
they can talk the officers
attacking Father Divine.
We of the Mr. Bond Familyare House" on Saturday, May into allowing the children
very thrilled 'to welcome IS: at 1115 NW 11th St. to sit upon a police, It must be deemed reprehensible for any magazine

Annabelle! Robertson to Starting at 1 p.m.. horse motorcycle, or i ia In posing as respectable to use a person of admitted scarlet
Miami.Who is Annobelle? guides will provide toursof squad car or even character to attempt to damage the charitable and religious -
Annabelle is an exciting headquartersinclud- stand by a police dog. work of. anyone who has won praise throughoutthe
ing: Pistol deten-
custom "dress designer. In range world
h a1 v e
tion Arrangements
where Annabello quarters, communications -
hails pittsburgh.from, she has been and Police Acad- been made for us to take You must know that the statements of a confessed
limited number of pho-
well known for promotional emy In which displays profligate are so tainted that reputable publications would
have )teen tos for the parents.
f ;h'io'O'show work'with the Hilton Hotel, the Penn set up. never stand on such evidence alone and palm it off on

She ta ton and Pittsburgh's famous Civic Arena Personnel In the vari- the public as worthy of belief.

Theatre; plus a regular broadcaster on WZVM. Anno ous units! will be available -
SOCIAL SECURITY The truth was easily available to you. If you had
belle graduated as a dress designer from Tuskegee; to answer specific
radio certificate from George Hyde Radio and TV questions and to outline a a taken the ordinary precaution followed by reputable news-

school. their duties.At : .t. . papers and magazines and had contacted responsible pea
COMING ple in the Divine Movement for their comment, you
: 'J p.m. In front of the would have been told that your Informant had attemptedto
F. "
4 to 7 at the Hampton House : station, a Memorial ;: .tSII
This Sunday, p.m. I :.J blackmail the Divine Movement by asking for $10,000,
Annobelle and Mr. Bond models will present a fashion : Plaque dedicated to the 4.MM1rM.1/11 MI Y, MYY.I.M or else she would attempt to have this story published.I .
In the line of
of original dress designs and original wig coif. duty
show 20 officers who lost their am also informed that this had been huckstered
fures. Commentator for this gala affair of new new : Dade County residents story -
fashion ideas well known and well loved by you all, will he unveiled Rev. (i3 or over who have not among reputable white publications, but they turned it
will be Blanche Calloway. With Blanche Calloway'snarration Carton Fleming, conductor yet applied for social security down. Only your publication was so heedless of conse-
of the ceremonies, will benefits advised quences as to print this which could deprive
Annabelle's beautiful dresses and our Mr. were story,
be assisted: by the Miami file claim thousands of the benefits which the Divine Movementhas
Bond models resplendent in the newest wig creations. Police to day to a
I Sunday's show will be a treat for the audience.Mr. Scout Troop sponsored 301. Immediately Boy now even if they are not been contributing for more than a quarter of a
as yet planning to retire century.
Bond Introduces following, the many"Arms" right away.In .
of the law will If you had asked the Divine Movement for their
SOME NEW FRIENDS OF MR. BOND: he demonstrated, explained Issuing the above advice comment, you would have been referred to the Saturday,

Hennle Lou Merrttt Elvira Young. Katie Mae Wright and discussed. Edward Blonston, April 14. 1934 Edition of ECHO, New York City, In which
Mrs. Johnnie Lee Cobb Flossie Mae Horne, Katie Included will be units Miami North social securi- your Informant admitted at a public meeting at 60 W.

Hicks and Alberta Carroll. from: Motorcycles. Radar Ity district out that manager several 129th st., New York City, that she attempted to poison
Team. Horse Patrol, Radio local pointed who her father when she was Just a child; when an adult, she
people appliedlast
Bond Introduces
Mr. : Patrol Accident Investigates year found that they stabbed her lover in the leg three times from which he
"SANDY SAYS" and K-9!) Detail. had lost !some benefits by nearly died. She also admitted she was in red light housesin

For the late-comers not applying earlier "We Washington State California and Mexico. She admittedin
This week and every week we will have an added this statement that she and transported
tour of the building will have found. said Mr. was a dope user
feature "SANDY SAYS" which will bring you beautyand resume after the demonstration Blonston "that the test dope across international boundaries. She further
fashion hints and ways to flatter your Mr. Bond until 5 p.m. way for a person to protect -. admitted having performed abortions upon herself fouror
wig. Sandy and Mr. Bond are constantly on the look his social security five times, and poisoned herself as a result of these
out for ways to make our customers enjoy their wigs benefit rights Is to apply actions.
and look nice in them. GLADEVIEW GIRL SCOUTS at 05 whether or not he
HAVE INVESTITURE Intends to go on working. You might say that all these nefarious deeds to
SANDY SAYS: "Hi, to the above new friends of Mr. Even If not benefits are which she confessed, occurred years ago, but, so did her
Bond. Lucky You! Now that you have your Mr. Bond SERVICE payable right away false charges against Father Divine, which she dates
wig. you certainly want to look nice with it on, so you there's an advantage; In in the early 1930s
will always be careful to wear the proper makeup Gladeview Elementary having your claim already
the most flattering hair style for your type of face and School had Investiture Ser- approved when you act- What purpose did you Intend to serve by these accusations -
the fashions. go with your figure. Your beauty starts vices for 23 Brownies and ually retire. With entitle- ? Did you want to put an end to the magnificent
with the head and continues down so you should : 76 Junior Girl Scouts on ment already established housing the Divine Movement has given to the poor, at a
always start from the beginning. .Your Mr. Bon d : Saturday afternoon May 8 in the benflts can be start- rate half of what the YMCA charges for barrack accommodations
wig. with the right hair style a flattering face and J J the patio of the school. ed Immediately when we ?

a_ fashionable.__..._..__n outfit.__UPO .All on f The Flag Ceremony was are notified of the retire-
these things complimentyour performed by a cadette patrolof ment date." Did you want to stop Father Divine's feeding of the,

Mr. Bond wig and eight ,poor of excellent food Philadelphia
!" After receiving their Mr. Blonston *said that alone more than 3000'people benefldaily from this
add to its beauty
according to the l latest
r Brownie pins the Brownies generous charity.Did .
figures there are nearly
SAYS "I'd like to the "Brownie Smile"
SANDY : sang
repeat what everyone Song. The Junior Scouts sang 19 million Americans who you want to destroy the image of Father Divine
should know; "Girl Scouts Together" after are 05 or over. Of that that has made tens of thousands honest moral and
total more than 14 mil-
1. Mr. Bond Models love to receiving their pins. lion have already estab- decent citizens?

give private consultation We were happy to have Mrs. lished their entitlementto You could not have the future protection of the pub-

to discuss personal ques Clarice Littles chairman of social security monthly lic In mind, because you say in your story that he is
tions. Call Mrs. Allen the Ixora Neighborhood of benefits, and 1.1 mil senile and 100 old.
7592482. Girl Scouts, who gave the lion are Insured for bene-
Brownies and Junior Scoutsa fits but have not yet filed The only logical reason that can be ascribed for your
2. Mr. Bond has a wig for hearty welcome in the Girl their claims. The latter publication is that you are so greedy for profit that you

every budget. .. Scouts Movements. She then figure Includes the wivesof are completely blind to the harm you may do to a cause
:::::::: :: : : :: : : : : : : : :: led us in the song "Whenever insured workers. that tens of thousands of people have called "blessed.

You Make a Promise." Noting that President You have damned your publication by placing it along
I The mothers of scouts present Johnson has designatedMay side Confidential and other publications whose merchandise -
Heat Treat"U.S. had an opportunity to as National Senior is unproved scandals.It .
hear firsthand from Mrs. Citizens Month Mr. mon-
Pat. No. 2,683,451You Littles how much the leaders ston extended, a special is my belief that the article will ultimately hurt
of the troops need their help. Invitation for all over 05 your publication more than it can possibly hurt the Divine
can dial for yourself, your energy needs to make Brownie leaders are Mrs. residents who have not Movement, whose reputation stands Gibraltar-like, basedon
you float thru each day like an autumn breeze with Bernice Stephens and Mrs. applied, to visit the social the firm foundation of more than 40 years of un-
"HEAT TREAT" Darlene Johnson Junior security office, learn matched charitable and religious services.It .

From the very first day your body can tell, and In six Scout leaders are Miss San- file about their rights and is because I believe the Divine Movement Is beyond
dra Gechtman, Mrs. Enid L. application for hene-
that I have
days someth hg terrific has jelled Ferguson and Miss Esther fits. The office s locatedat your puny power to injure or damage
12695 NW 7th Ave. not begun suit against you forthwith. However, if II am
wrong In this assumption and any harm comes to the
gives to females, energy to burn and makes the Divine Movement any time prior to being barred by the
males and ------------- -- begin suit,
vigorous firm KKMA:::: ------ -- Statute of Limitations I shall immediately

THE "HEAT TREAT" without further notice.
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Luvenia Knox,public relations A. D. Hall pastorE.

After several weeks of officer Ingram, reporter
hard work planning.. turnIng -
over stones seeking The Mt. Zion Baptist The Sixth Annual Calendar

funds. pie and dinner sales Church annual baby contestwas Rally terminated with the total

etc with the women dutifully .."..,.. a huge success. The total amount reported $7,673.66. The
helping, the stout 'j"" amount raised $2,144.80.The members of the month of Sep- WOMEN'S DAY AT
5TH ANNUAL,WOMAN'S DAY heart body of men. head- :. {{fr '> contest was conductedwith tember reported, the highest
ed by Bro. A. C. Smith very high enthusiasm. It amount of $582.80 with seven- ZION HILL'oman.s

AT BROYmM! LLE BAPTIST and Bro. T. Saunders climaxed with a very ielight- teen members paying $25 each. at Zion

CHURCH will celebrate their dayon "'J' program. The membership participatedwith \\ will he Day observed atFloral
16. first prize won by the lUll
Sunday. May The was much enthusiasm, as Elementary -
"Next to God we are Indebted The men are enthusiastic Baby Patricia Brooks,daughterof rally led up to the burning of School. 5120 NW 24th
to women, first for and are deemin this \ Mr. and Mrs. Alexander the mortgage on the church.
life itself, and then for making day one of the best, although '. t' Brooks, Jr. and sponsored by Choir No. 2 invites the Ave.
it worth having. -Bovee. they will be away .. Ward No. 15 of which Mr. public to celebrate with them The chairman. Mrs. Gertrude -
I'from home.". Because of Pickett and cochairman -
Davis Luvas is deacop. annual "Musical
The women of the Browns- I their seventh
ville the additions and rebuilding The second 16 invite you to
Missionary Baptist prize was won Spring Tea, Sunday, May
of the church they annual Woman's'Day
H Baby A Denise Please come out to the sixth
Church cordially invite you to by men a at 4 p.m.
have selected the Dorsey Thomas, daughter of Mr. and affair program Sunday,
worship with them on Sunday, help make this a suc-
Junior Hieh auditorium 10- '" "A
.... May HI. The theme:
May 16 as they observe their for this occasion.For Mrs. Robert Thomas and cess. Refreshments will be Vowto
5th annual Woman's Day. this 17th annual REV. ERNEST WILLIAMS sponsored by Ward No. 2 of served in the social hall of Christian' Woman's

They have chosen for their' Men's Dav Rev. Ernest stranger In the art of public which Mr. Howard Bryant is the church. Mrs. Ollie Mae God.. --- ...

theme "Women Moving Onwardin Williams has consented to speaking, will bring an deacon. Ross is the president.We .
Service for the Master." frrppA tV}>P rn*t"I1"", R("", Interesting message worthy Third prize was won by are coming to the end

Mrs. Athalie M. Range will Williams i ''s well known infIRm of hearing at the evening Baby Walter John Crapp son of another conference year,
speak at ,the 11 a.m. worship.The ]\ \. Born n Jacksonville worship.The of Mr. and Mrs. Serch Crapp when the Ninety Fifth Session ':
Youth Group has chosen h* was raised In and sponsored by Choir No. 1 of the Florida Annual .
theme for the
Miss Ginger Givens to Speakat Miami. He attended and day of which Mr. Thomas M.,Conference convenes June
will he "God's Love, No
the 5:30 service. Mrs. f'adiin'ed from Dorsev Compassion." Jakes is president.Our 8-13 in Daytona Beach, at
Verdee Reed will deliver the TTish! In the class of 1937. sincere thanks to all Bethune-Cookman College.. Y
message at the 7 p.m. service. He peered the ministryin The public Is Invited the friends and members of ?
The chairman, cochairmanand 1058! and became pas- and is expected to JoinIn Mt. Zion who make contribut-
tor of New Bethel Bap- St. .fames' Men's Day
committees have sparedno ions to this cause. Brown's Memorial
pain in trying to make tist Church in 1959. He Is All requested captains are to urgently contact- The annual Mother's Day Rev. J. E. Brown, pastor

things pleasant for you. recording secretary for their members.We Tea, sponsored by Choir No. Rev. 0. Davis: assistant
The pastor and the entire the Atlantic Coast Baptist 2 was an enjoyable affair. 6970 NW 18th Ave.
Association. He i Is are hoping: that our
membership will be happy to Mrs. Carrie Pitts received On Sundav wo had another -
and 17th Men's will he
married (Virginia) nay
have you join in with them In double honors. She was the goad
father of seven children.Dr. best (the hhlory of the
and make this a successfulevent. G. W. Hawkins well Chlll''h IZE,v. .T. II. niack- oldest mother present and the time. Our assistant pastor The morning speakerwill
known dentist and no nell Is the )pastor.MARTIN only charter member of the preached two v pry heII's: Lucille
Mrs. Doris 0. King is choir that is still alive and uplifting! sermons. Our :Moore. a native of Madison. -
chairman Mrs. Gussie Rich- Orchids Pitts. nastor will be In the city
singing. to Mrs. A member of Zion

ardson, co-chairman and Rev. TEMPLE BAPTIST I MEMORIAL A.M.E. Mav There 24. will lie barbecueand Hill Baptist ChUl'ch.f1'8.: .

Phillip H. Cooper, pastor. Rev. L. A. Thompson, beautician and
Rev. R. H. Johnson, pastor FRIENDSHIP M. B. Ice cream sold Saturday Moore: is a

pastor Mrs. N. G. Holton, reporterOn Rev J. E. Jenkins pastor of this week very active In civic work
MT. CALVARY M. B. Mother's Day was fit- Rutty: L. Carr reporter Our Sundav School will The evening speaker will

1612 NW 5th Ct. tingly observed. The message last Sunday May 9, Sis Lilly Ross and her begin at 9:30: with Dea- he Mrs Carline She Is a

Rev. S. Atchison, pastor delivered by the Mother's Day, everyone enjoyed co-workers of the Dea- con J. \V Brown In charge.We staunch member of New
Rev. J, R Smith of Mt.
the sermon delivered by asking all Providence Baptist\ Church
Constance Carter, reporterThe conesses wish to thankall are members -
Zion, Bimini, made an In- the This to send their child- and active In civic
No. 1 choir will begin pastor. was a very who helped make the very
the celebration of its dellble: Impression and warm and informational mes- Mother's Day program a ren to Sunday School. work. The chairman and
will long be that all the mothers co-chairman have plan-
30th anniversary on Friday sage gave success. Saturday May
May 14 at 8 p.m. and Those given special Mothers recognition food for thought and ideas for 15 at 8 p.m. the young ned a great day. All roads

the program will feature Evelyn Roker were,: oldest;, Su- doing a better job as mothersin women auxiliary will MCGHANEY SPEAKSI will lead you to this Wo

various choirs of the city. can Hepburn second; the future. sponsor a Virginia Beach think that the Miami man's 'Day Won't you
Their anniversary 'celee- Sarah Johnson. largest After listening to the won- picnic. Cars will leave '.the Times should be bought in come? t

bration will conclude on number of children and derful message, each mother church at 8 p.m. Also on every home in South Florida

Sunday, May 16 at 3 p.m. grandchildren (75)); E. should have a stronger deter- Sunday, May 16 the and where there are larger NEW MACEDDONIA
with the anniversary ser- mination during the ensuing Young Women Auxiliary
Dean came second, andM. homes .and larger families, I 31C3 NW 30th Street
mon being delivered by will observe their anni-
Dean the years. It has surely been
was youngest think there should be two or Rev R. Jackson
Rev. J. E. Murray. versiary at 3 p.m. Sis. pastor
that the hands
mother. proven that I >three. You can always find Willie J. Beard], reporterWe
In behalf of our Rosa Lee Sharpe the
The Red Circle, Mrs. rock the cradle certainly rule
something interesting to read are In the of
Women's Day, president and members process
Miriam Hepburn director the world through the type of
there will be a Tea at the cordially Invite you. Alsoat in this newspaper. celebrating our pastor'sthird
annual citizens reared the mothers
will its : by
This is world for i
home of Sis. Catherine 7:30: a.m. Sunday morn- my prayer anniversary tonight -
Park on Sunday, May 16. Talent Unlimited program today. The pastor's sermon Ing we will have early everyone: 0 God,our heavenly Friday. Rev. A. L.
The address Sunday at 3:30: p.m. The was based on the subject morning Father, thou hast freely givenus and
is 2000 NW main feature of the affair baptism. We Shlpp congregation of
55th "God Hears the Cry of a have 15 candidates all things. Thou hast made New
Terrace from 2 to 6p.m. will be recognition of for Mt. Moriah Church
Mrs. Leila Williams for Mother. baptism.Our the world beautiful. Thou will he In charge of services -
her contributions to the Although members were dost send the sunshine and the : Usher Board No. \.
scattered all over the states get well wishes are rain that !the earth may yieldus the Pastor's Aid Cluh and
PRESBYTERIAN cultural betterment of the
extended to Sis. RuthMitchell's
and her to spend the day with a won food and flowers. Thou the Helping Hand Club
6895 N.W. 14th Ave. years of service as many a derful person, mother, the attendance mother in Jack- hast given us the homes we are, the auxiliaries In
son Hospital and also
Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor teacher In the Dade Coun- was very good. The Bro. Lefonzo Ross in love and hast set us among charge.On .

Last Sunday we. observed ty Public School System. high financial level support and the remains members on a Jackson and to all of our many friends. All day long we Sunday atl p.m.
are safe in thy keeping, and Rev. A. M. Griffin and
two fine services for Mother'sDay Beginning Mondaynight are all enthusiastic over the other sick members. We
and running through at night we sleep in peace be congregation of New
The evening always are so elated over
idea of building the edifice '
new Shiloh
he in
Thursday members and cause'of thy gracious chargeof
being very graciously con our many visitors. Cometo care.
Each member is asked
ducted by the United Presby- friends will celebrate the church have your faith We thank thee, our Father for, service and the general -
to help securing blocks.
terian women of the church. 35th anniversary of our for lifted. all these gifts of thy bounty.As church will also he In
Thought the week
The sermon topic for this church and pastor. Ser- ; thou dost love us, so may charge. We ,are asking all
vices will begin at 8 each "Mere desire is like warm our many visitors and
we by loving and helping
thii will be
Sunday morning water in a locomative will friends to
night with a different others show ourselves come out and
"What is sanctification? ANTIOCH BAPTIST thy
pastor and congregationin never produce steam." help make this occasion a
grateful children
from II Corinthians 3:18. At charge. The celebra- 1899 NW 64th Street. ; through great success.
Jesus Christ our' Lord.
seven thirty in the evening, tion closes Rev. P. W. Wiggins.. pastor Amen. Tuesday next week Rev.
we I will have a worship se- 23. The public is Invite MT. PLEASANT BAPT. Willie Powell; reporter Thought for the weeK: Meetme P. S. Brown, and congre-
minar studying Presbyterian The men met last week The No. 2 choir is cele- in prayer, will you?? Morning -' gation of Mt. Tabor will

liturgy and worship. and organized for Men's Opa-locka brating Its annual anni- noon, and night. So he rendering services In
The Board of Ushers will Day. Brother Edward Rev F. L. Smith, pastor versary beginning Fri- until another week, if God's behalf of Men's Day

sponsor a Bean Supper on the Thompson has been chosen Mrs. A. D. Smith reporter day night with a musical will. Thanks for reading. Beginning Friday nightof

church lawn at 7:30, Friday, as chairman and Dea- Last Sunday marked a program at 8 o'clock p.m. next week and closing

May 21. Tickets available at con Reubin Hepburn, co- glorious day beginning The choir's anniversary New Philadelphia MB out next Sundav' the Sunlight -

the church. Fun, fellowship, chairman. With the cap- with the Sunday School. will end Sunday afternoon 420 NW 40th Street Pall Bearers Society -
and refreshments are in tains and others they are Both worship services at 3 p.m. with Rev. Rev. William H. No. f)0 will he cele-

store for you. about to launch a most were well attended Rogers of Mount Olive Washington pastor brating Its anni\'PI' arv.:
ambitious program. Mrs. Hattie Ollprnnt Baptist Church, South The members celebrated Rev. Jackson will deliver
presented gifts to the Miami. the sermon Sunday
BEREA BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Mother's Pay on I a s t aftel'noon -
mothers and also the
pas- May we continue 'to Sunday. at Macedonia.
BETHANY S.D.A. CHURCH Beginning with
tor.The chairman and
Joseph Toles, pastor visit the sick and shut in. the 11 a-m. service the Deacon Henry Jefferson
Elder R. L. Woodfork, pastor pastor wish to thank all Prayer meeting and groundwork Is president.
The Berea Baptist Church George E. Gilmore, reporter for supporting the Moth- Bible class every Tuesday a most wonderful was celebration laid for
located at 4901 N.W.7th Ave. er's program.Please night at 8 o'clock. -
is cordially inviting all our The Bethany S.D.A. Church let us look for- Choir did
friends to come out and wor- wishes your presence at a ward to another glorious an excellent job) In ren- Paul Freeman pastorSis.

ship with us each Sunday. Variety Musical Program Sun-, day Sunday, May 16. dering\ .special J Molher's E. Jackson, reporter
The Lord has blessed us day, May 16 at 4 p.m. at the The public Is Invited to ST. MARY'S W.M. CHURCHRev. nay music under the dl- Services were spiritually' -

since our coming to this location church 2500 N.W. 50th St. worship with us. Ii. V. Stuart pastor Hall rfctlon The of Junior Miss Aletha high all day last Sun-

and we are asking the Benefit S.D.A. Union Academy. Let us pray for the Miss Dorothy Major, reporterOur Ushel'sappem'ed day beginning with bap-
Patron donation. sick and visit them. for the first tism service at 7:30.: Sun-
of all friends.We .
prayers our School time decked In
Sunday and out black day School was conductedby
had a lovely time on morning worship were well und! white and white the ladies. Sis. Eliza

Mother's Day. Mrs. Pearlie MT. CARMEL attended. Our Mother's Day gloves! A pec-jil: renditionwas beth Jackson was super-

Mae King, mother of our pas- Rpv D. A. Bradley nastnrSis. ST. FRANCIS XAVIER Program was conducted very given by the Hurst's intendent and Sis. Annie
tor's wife is still here withus. I.. McGrlff reporter highly by our children. Miss duet called. "Grace," L. Armstrong brought the

We certainly enjoyed her. Sunday morning was The members of St. Francis Maxine Whittingham gave a very Then a i surprise move highlights of the lesson.
Sunday, May 16 is our another great day for us. Xavier Catholic Church wishto inspiring and timely message was made receiving A wonderful messagewas

fellowship Day. The publicis The message was delivered thank their friends for their which was enjoyed by the recognition us Mother of delivered by the pas
invited. Our pastor will by the pastor patronage in making the Spring congregation. Thanks to all the Church was. Mrs. El-

speak mrinehe morning Sunday afternoon the Festival a success. our children. fleather Washington, one tor.We are inviting all to

hour. The Rev. Evans, ordaining of the deacons. Three cash prizes were Usher Board No. 1 will who has worked untiringly attend the revival meet-

pastor of Sun Rise Baptist Rev. Tanner oreached. given away as follows: 1st celebrate their 41st Anniversary for the growth Qnd de- Ing. Preaching begins May

Church will speak at 3 p.m. The fourth Sunday In prize $50 #2033, Mr. F.L. on Sunday, May 16 at velopment A of the ''hurch 17. Rev. J E. MoCarey of

Al ng with the No. 2 Choirof this month will be a great Johnson; 2nd prize $25, #507, 3:30: p.m. Speaker for the her corsage and! a was gift I pi led| on Sarasota will be preach-
'New Mt. Moriah. Do come day for us. It Is knownas 3rd prize, $10, #425, Miss occasion is Mrs. Irene 'Burns given to her.Remcmler. a 'I I card ing. You who miss hearing
and hear this wonderful Men's Day. Come and Ruby Olover. this wonderful
man will
Brown of New Bethel Baptist ,
he with u*. We will have we have
speaker. three great men of God Again, many thanks. Church. The public is invited. moved from the old !place I come really one miss and a all"l' treat., So

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MIAMI TIMES Friday.Moy 14 1965 11'
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.d People 3 NHS Stars Invited to Try Our Classifieds.

I Places S..s il' State Track Meet

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I Things. Three Northwestern hurdles will he after the OOOOOOOOOOOOOO
High School stars are records set by Harvey

By Lawrence D. Cooper *****+**** among Dade county boys Nairn who now Is a FOR SALE NO DOWN PAYMENT
being invited to com- freshman In ,southern $12 MONTHLY INCLUDES
pete at the third annual University, Daton 'Rouge
[K have boon rendingur The estimated Sunshine State Invitational and a member of the ALL

papers where some for getting "Ole price track meet to be held crack 440 yard relay team FROM OWNER-BUILDER BY OWNER
he "meanest thieves" on the Betsy"back May 22 in Junior College there.
byways 3511 N.W. 206th Street
preyed upon memof highways Is too and Stadium. 3 bedroom, 2 both, custom
strenuous Letter of invitation to
3 CBS Sprinkler
our citizenry who for our emaciated The meet this all built I numerous features, ,
poc- year is coaches in the South-
ill afford 'foot
d losinge ketbook. On 75' lots
It looks as if dedicated to the South- eastern conference and choice corner. system
of their meaningful she will have to suffer east Florida Dairy Insti- some other schools are $18,560 Other extras. Call

valuable had possessions. the fate of that carve tute for their youth development going out to coaches now 635-4595 BY DAY OR226l481'
we symphatized saw in the movie, "Gold- program and according to Jim May 4100 N.W. 1ST$ AVENUE
them. Sympathy was finger! Remember? admission, though by ticket and Lee Collins of the NIGHTSOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
only contributing fac- It was a lucky thing is free. Tickets can sponsoring South Miami ,
we could give. be
the obtained from
culprits your Jaycees.
(or us) that
hen it happened to us. milkmen
we'don't' tote or food stores.
1 unimportant as It mayn hud come a .15 and The NW trackmen are "Not many schools give

it cuts us right up them as they upon him or Michael Rart, Otis Kemp track scholarships and
liere! ing our were I'oh- and Charles Marks. Michael maybe when they see
fc'e had our ancient her vitals"Little Sheb.i" of Hart holds the high these boys In action, they w.
Oldsmobile parked at jump record at his school may pass out a few" said
rear of our apartments Maybe Jack Hell woul:I with six feet, 5 one-eigth) May. "We feel we have bra
a 'U5 tag which we pen one of them soh inches, while Otis Kemp tht best boys: In the stateat pA K ', .
intended to purchase story pieces and piolv- has the pole at 16'6". this meet and If they
| soon as leasioie. Just ably the soft-hearted pop- are interested in materialat
feasible ulace would get Marks who is a county all, this is the place '
came along us a Where old and new friends meet
champ in "
bicycle high and low to come.
lie nastyi5!! -z at least!
lak tniei slimely crawlup I'm only kidding, Jack OOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOO
| on the poor defen- II sweat it out! EARl.. EDWARDS,, PROP.

',1'1 OJUs, ripped out her
cry, unmantled the I'M NOT A Bible Nlu- BUY A DUPLEX PHONE 159-9422 44W N'.W,1TH AVE.,
laws, cut up Ignitiones dent and I was hesitant to For immediate income
and radiator hoses ask one who knows 9 2 baths
rooms, completely *
J left our exhausted the exact quotation but TOTAL PRICE $9,500Location
furn. 1st class
jnsportaton car literally somewhere in the good
I'oid of all her innards! book there is a phrase cond. I,

|Jhe tiled old 1)8 was that goes "Brothers will 24WN.W.55THTERRACETelephone 1330 N.W. 68th Terrace CLYDEHKILLE N W

> means of going toventymillion war against brothers, etc"It
FR 91703 or
super seems too true especially KEY REALTY
ktkets with Mrs. C.. !in the Domincan Re- HE 5-7350 PHONE 381-5311
ling up to church on a public where the 82nd ISLAND CLUB

Inday and when we have Airborne Division of the

"o or three nickels left U. S. Marines, the firstto
ir would high tall it to intergrate, are skir- OOOOOOOOOOOOOO 00000000000000fI. 1000 NW 2nd Avenue

beach on a Saturday mishing with the Dominican I I PROUDLY RESENTS
daybreak to have an Rebels. The blacks 1 .
Ny morning breakfast of there outnumber the white *

ton fee and eggs grits and and many of the Rebels, EDISON ELECTRONICSCORNER 2 DAYS ONLY
{ cooked in the open. are of the black race.

lion It was car.only a The transpor- And in this sort of "war" 1TH AVE. & 62ND ,ST.

lit kind you got to snoot to kill SATURDAY & SUNDAY, MAY I5&I6(
you may call week- PL 1.5166GUARANTEED
the enemy-black against _. ......
trouble. --
Every week- -'
brother black. Of -
1 course -'
you gotta fix TV REPAIRS
some there whites
are too!
I1g, Inn it was our Selah. DISCOUNT SALES & SERVICE '
Ie "worrv wart." TI Yiii


I Jake Gail .r is All City FACTORY TYPE. S.'CONSOLIDATE I ) 5.19\

S .
Baqiit SpeakerRattler I .BLTIMp'iE SOKG

FROL40' i

--...,.. .;:..., .'\ head football coach YOUR DEBTS NEAtREppP t
"" O'' will be featured when 92 all- DIAL NOW FOR MONEY IN I HOUR Wl Hill

City award winners from 11 SMALL PAYMENTS. ..
will be honored. The .
sports tell"o"\
(} awards will be made in foot. $ 1,000 .------.--.$ 20 Month "0\0\\ 1 That
If' ball, basketball, track tennis, $ 2,000.---'S 30 Month .'the Blondf ..
i'' .
.. swimming wrestling gymnastics ... .... --""""
: 310,000.--- --- $100 Month r.f
."".t.i".. bowling, golf baseball ; T$> --- --< -...Ewa'ADMISSION

';; ., and cross-country. 4 LOANS ON VACANT LOTS HOMES OR ACREAGE N

Accompanying Gaither at : Las and 2nd Mortg..o.Rol. .
the banquet will be the : ADVANCE:x1.25

world's fastest human Bob : I. Baroi Mortgages wyr,
Hayes, the Olympic Gold : AnOOORs $1.50_

--'- Medal winner. : 14535 N.E. 5th Avenue Mortgage Broker
The winningest football Also on hand will be local 'J ( Our 5th mink stole

ach in the business haseen coaches, UM Coach Charlie
i chosen as speaker at theiami Tate, Florida Coach Ray will be given away)

i Herald's second annual Graves and FSU's Bill Peter

II-City Sports Banquet at the Last Thursday nlte's
verglades Hotel May 25. son.The banquet is open to 4/
of' mink stole
Popular and personableake the public and tickets are FOB SALE

Gaither, Florida A&M now on sale.
Monday nite Amateur Show and Dance

3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, CBS HOME Thursday HUe Ladies Night

Ncrthwtsttra Edges Miys BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED CARPORT. (Our fourth mink stole will be given away)

I Teenage Matinee Sunday 3-6 p.m.
.,Fir Sttto Truck Titl..4. Admission $1.00

----... _...-- __". _--.4... ; ", STOVE. Adults Matinee 6:30 to Admission FreeA
Hllr' l special bandstand has been built for local shows
Hit" Jump toUmot,
Despite an ironman performance Allen.' Nnr'"WI''ern' ; 3. I CALL IU B !119TOOTHACHE and
by Mays High's Helohr 6.V' / (record)) on Monday Thursdcy nites.
Northwestern, 2. WII)
ohnny "Red Dog" Brown, the 111m'O.CU'. \nl\n.Hutijln.3. Jon.Altol<.ks. pis'nc'
favored Northwestern track 163.1'1 ''recor,1.H ,
earn ,,,,, Hurdles I. M.ukNor'h'
out Mays -S8-57
lAin .
... .
for its second State Negro NorldrpadeGreene 14'. l7'---" -'
nigh school WWIItr. M.r's 2 wMWCTI I
champion- I.
Pole Vault .
Hams. U"Hdorr ''' ,
hip at the Junior College ( record/.
tadium Saturday night. 13* dc I. Broklntoi. names, I tent twat. .M*****M"* f NEEDMONEYs.a.1
100 yard. Dull,, Union. 3. Wilco. Mat iMtt wltt OM-JCL. SffMd+ttelorvwtt ae t
Brown ran the final 220leg vile Sarasota.; 1 W Time hmqlon 9/. I puts K to t'oo'ls' W>-

as Mays finished secondin Milt Run -. I. Murray Dolr* Ctn"Mars,. b /* QUICKLY AND EASILY ON
the 3. >
880 yard relay, won 7 St1Pklnr. PocMl"; abet r.e..r.r..d It tart
|the open 440 in 49 seconds Timo 4 3* 1ItORtlar 'HlI'C' hin I -
I flat, ran the anchor 440 on Wnolln.1 I. NnrlhweHern Sllrrupl. 2, Marseat Qra-jeIs -

I the winning sprint medley 3 UnongTime,Dash I,"-2 1.(Irecor Brown 1.. Mara f.Lao" : 1st and 2nd MORTGAGESCONSOLIDATE

I team and ran the third legon 'Yard. Mil". 3. DOrselt, p'rl'f' Cryer.Tlmu .
| Mays whining mile ,9 -
relay 1. Marks North' ;; .1
Hurtle AssociatesEMPLOYMENT
I team. J&n' 2 StevensOn. Union, Green I Burlang YOUR BILLS ASK FOR MAX
Charles Marks came T,,"" 1 191 (rwnrd) North.JS'rrVS AGENCY
up I.f
10 key points for North- lowers' NM.n Dada : | 502 N.W. 54th Street i
I western winning the 120- I POP". Colli.rr.
Medlt' -- I. Mays Call 635-4598
p"n' ,
i Dad: 3Miaai 757-7674 FOR REPAIRS
yard high hurdles in 14.8 and Latter, 8r"\I/rime) 2,00.1.2 I I

setting a record of 19.8 in sVi0.-; IIrVff North 1 J Dace Ck'M.: 3 MtArriarvrr WlSJI' Excellent domestic open I MONEY FOR ALL PURPOSES FOR APPOINTMENT
the 7 Arlonr
180-yard low hurdles. ( York and
int"nn.' unionM"e I nings now in New I
I Northwestern nine Rola"! ,1.I Mari '""""' HIli
up 3. Nortmwrsle
1 Booker Connecticut.
prow' l ",1.''I i
Points in the high jump with rii, Time J JJ i Ir-ordl.) I
Mike Hart and Ron Allen Team Strnw I 'lhcst''lr ,_ : "((11of \ I Transportation advanced FORD MORTGAGE COMPANY
tying at RIiaw,' JP. 4. NOrIliOddc'13q) ).
a record & 5%, but I
Hart (klrav' farvrr ""I. 6. a".r T NG'I'IIAI I ALSO -
winning on fewer misses. of tiM amorntlSI. rPeteanGtArtup' .*. 3639 N.W.I5TH( AVE MIAMI, FLORIDAW.B.
arced Jump |I. Whil.rr, Mlln. J ) I, '
and Fe.ale
tl'rrua. North rsttrn. 3' McGahey MI.aml Xlle ol I.*krl..nd.| Miami Carver 1111 I corn.I I
Crvrr, Distance 23-4'i (record): II Lincoln Fnrf of L Gaintivill.udcrd..le 171.,.' Il. lie Finest domestic and WATERMANOD
Shat. Put Swcclmg Altuckt; 2. Hudvm. IImong Hooktr T, ol ),r6iot' (3)( 14. Fd scndun I I
Northwestern. J. Turnqurit, North' I rtrciol jobs ;h this area.
DillS!!. Distune $300'j Of OCI (4)) ......__-A 1 &111'''''
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 14, 1965 'oi''


I loving memory of our be- RICHARDDSON,, pastorof 322 NW 7th St., died May
CAIDS MEMORIALS DEATHS loved wife mother and' grandmother the. Church of God, 4 and was shipped to

.. 11.- True Holiness died at her Ocllla Ga. Saturday for
residence 1353 NW 67th final rites. Survivors are
St; She will be remembered mother Ms. Selena Graham -
by many Miamians a son, Byron Lcmza

I f CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAM as the widow of Elder and a daughter, Wanda
Thomas" Richardson whose Denise.
family of the late I wish to thank .all my re- In loving memory of our passing occurred In 1950.
latiyes, the staff Fathers and husband father and grandfather Following his death she MICHAEL ANTHONY
sisters of Mercy Hospital during carried on his religious BENSON 6315 NW 13th
my recent illness. Those who work and became pastorof place died May 8. Services

prayed for me, and for flowers, >f the church. She remained were conducted Thursdayfrom
cards and donations.It ". active until her the Liberty City
is my joy in life to findat :'. passing. She Is survivedby Chapel. Survivors are a
every turning of the road, axW 1 a nephew Evangelist mother and father grand-
mother and other sisters
Walter Richardson Ser-
the strong arm of a comrade
kind to help me onward with vices Monday, May 17 at and brothers.

my road And. since I haveno an hour to be announced.
gold to give and love
alone must make amends, BRENDA SUE AT- LIAMS. 1623 NW 2nd Ave.

my daily prayers is while I CHINSON, age 5. of 2388 died May 9. Services will
live. God make me worthy of NW 52nd St., died as a be Saturday at 2:30: p.m.
friends. result of being burned on from the Liberty City
my Fs May 7 She is survived by Chapel. Survivors are

Mrs. Nellie Thompson her parents. Mr and 'Mrs. wife Maggie a daughter
Amos Atchinson and two Mrs Loe Ruth Shaver a
r sisters and other rela- step-daughter Mrs. Ethel
...$_tF EXPRESSION OF THANKSThe VASSIE RICKS tives.. Services Saturday Roan a brother and five

CHARLES DAVIS entire family of the who departed this life on May 10 a.m. in the chapel. sisters.

wish to acknowledge sincere late 15, 1963.
We shall always rememberher
the -
appreciation to many neighbors died 8, NW 16th
and friends who have kindness and sweetness. Goulds May MILTON 7767
shown kindness and consideration May she rest in peace.Mr. Services held WednesdayIn Ave died May 7. Survivors
the chapel.RICHARDSON. are two sons James
during the illness and ,..-..,. --....- -.--- Norris Ricks husbandMrs. and Leroy; mother, Mrs.
Ethelyn Armstrong,
death of our beloved
one. CLARENCE MOSS daughterAnd Agnes Middleton of Sa
Thanks to St. James Baptist vannah. Ga., a grandchild,
Church and Rev.J. L. Johnson, who departed this life May Grandchildren and a sister. Arrangementsare
also to the entire staff of the 17, 1964. Incomplete.
Range Funeral Home. May Gone but I not forgotten. CARD OF THANKS

God bless you. I Victoria Moss, wife MRS. LUCILLESTARKS WALTER DAVIS JR.,
We the family of the late
'I The Family 4 James, Clarence of 327 SW 4th died May Survivors are
Janet and Sherry, children. JANET VIOLA NEWBOLD Ave,. Homestead, died !nt wife Mrs. Jenetta Davis,
IN MEMORIAMIn acknowledges our sincere her home on :May 10. Mrs two sons, a daughter, both:
'i -- appreciation to the many Starks i Is survived by 'parents. Arrangementsare

memory of our brother, CARD OF THANKSWe friends relatives and neigh- her husband. S. T. Stacks, incomplete
.6.----.. bors who shared with us the a sister :Mrs Corene
the family of the loss of our loved one. Alexander a foster daughter LEROY HARRIS, 2120
MRS. MATTIE D. JACKSON late, Miss! EarnestineStalks All Baba Ave., died May
Thanks for cards
your 11. Survivors are mother,
two nieces. Ser-
express a sincere and profound telegrams letters flowers and
four brothers and sis
vices 1 a -
Saturday at m.
thanks to each and every I other gestures of kindness. )p ter. Arrangements are
from! St. Paul Baptist
one for the kindness shown Especially do we thank incomplete.
Church of Homesteadwith
during its bereavement. J Father Lambert Sands of St.
Rev. O.V. Foster
Words are such feeble: vehicles J Agnes Episcopal Church and officiating
to adequately say what we the entire staff of the Range FRANCISJOHNNY
feel. We want you to know Funeral Home. MRS. OONA :MUNDY
your proven friendship will 1 May the blessings of God. TOLIVER of 1675 NW 5th LEE WEST of
be cherished and main- 329 SW 5th St. Homestead
ever | be bestowed upon you. Ave died May 11 Mrs. -
tained in the deep recesses of Tolliver is survived by died May ;5. Re-
our hearts. Especially do i The Newbold FamilyIN her husband Henry a mains shipped to Camilla,
we thank the Reverends P. W. daughter, Reba. her father. Ga. Thursday. :May 13 for
Williams and W. F. Tanner, i MEMORIAMIn Rev. Otis Mundy. three final J'ltes. Survivors include -
Sr., the Deaconess Board of r Mg slsteis! Dehrafundy.: a sister, :Mrs. Hat-
St. John,Church, and the membership sad but loving memory of Henita Robinson and Joy tielae: Bradley; two
of Friendship( Charity j my dear husband Mundy; three brothers hrother:*. Robert Aaron \
and Social Club. I David Otis Jr., and Donald and! Francis Rubin Westv '
I ----
; two aunts.: Arrange-
MR. DOLAN SCREENwho ments are Incomplete. MRS. :MARY BRYANT
departed this life May 12,
1964 WILLIE INGRAHAM ELISHA SMITH of St., Okeechohee. died
In loving memory ofLESTER who :May 4. Services held
departed this on
life on 1241 NW 1st!' Court died
"Dolan, life has not been the ,,
April 25 wish to t hall k May '12. :Mr. f Smith: Is sur- Wednesday: In the chapel.
same since you went away. the Survivors include three
many friends and vived by his wife.
But we do know that the Lord --r
pj neighbors for their con- two sons Eddie Lee of sisters Mrs.: Ophelia Bryant -
never moved you from one soling words and expres- NYC and Ed ear. Arrangements Mrs. Rosa Lee Bryant -
home unless he has a better sions of sympathy during : are Incomplete. and Mrs. Beatrice
home for you. our bereavement. : Ennis.fcturoht !.
May you forever rest in Especially do we wantto tr_
peace. We all love you. thank our pastor. Hv
A. D Hall and Range
The Screen Family .d I Funeral .Home and all
: the members of Ebenezer Memorial dark
CARD OF THANKS Mthodist Church. Thank
HAS Prtiiteraeit plots of 8 lass
We the family of the late you for helping us to hear grove spaces er
-- --- -- .... our burden May God ALSO I..0.10 Ie shy,le qravt space literaeM
.If'. -. shower His blessing upon Boxes and vaults permitted
.' each one. Wt art let Ml aid wo are Jtlll ..1., ....I....
He is survived by a wife. Otei
days week
MR. SOLOMON DOSTER a t. servo yo'
Gloria (Bernice) and two who passed Commonly known as Dr. Ph.,,'. Cemetery
children. William (Billy) away May 15.
and Eldred; his mother 1960.Gone -4ITH. STREET NE 44191+

Mrs. Florie Inscraham but not forgotten. E. Johnson, Manager HOMO phony OX 19199WE'RE
c Johnson a sister Beatrice I miss you very much.
Sears and two nieces.!
Mrs. Missouri Doster wife *
t ,
Vera and Sandra Sears.
and n host of other relatives And Family ..

YOUNG and friends. 'r u.

who departed this life May 13, CARD OF THANKS -
Gone, but not forgotten. Your We the family of the late .
memories still linger with us. CARD OF THANKS JOHN S. KNOWLESwho t

May your soul rest in peace' We the family of the departed this life April j
from this world of confusion. late
____ BENJAMIN LOADHOLTSR. 27, 1965. express our thanks]
Sarah Smalley, mother to our family and many friends i

MRS. LINNIE DEAN Thomas Young brother wish to express our during our bereavement.Thanksto j a.I

wish to express sincere Mary Lou Street sister a sincere thanks and appreciation Stevens Funeral Home,also
thanks and appreciation to all ..rte to i
thanks to Rev. H.E. Dean .I '
who were so kind to us duringour friends neighbors and ONLY
bereavement CARD OF THANKSMrs. fraternal organizations for and Rev. L. Carter. Many

Special thanks to the pastor Mable I. Daniels flowers telegrams con- thanks for the cards' and .. A PHONE CALL AWAY

and members of the First wishes to thank the many dolence and kind deeds floral pieces. I
Baptist Church of Opa Locka friends who sent flowers afforded us during our ? To know that we are here
and Range Funeral Home. fruit and cards to her sorrowing hour.A Mrs. Grace Knowles ;"
while In Jackson Memo- special thanks to And FamilyCARD twenty-four hours a day

Mr. James Dean, husbandAnd rial Hospital. pastor, Rev. Hall, members wa to help you-with
Special thanks to Bishop and auxiliaries of OF THANKS C i5 .
Family Wilkie and Father Ebenezer Methodist 1 |.. .X:; ; ambulance service
Donald Anthony of the Church. We the family of the late !
American C a h o 1 i c Sincerely ? and with funeral facilities
CARD OF THANKS Church Dean Derrick and The Jones Mack WILLIE McKEIT1iENacknowledges t c be
Fr. Sands Loadholt Jr. Families can comforting.
bedside sincere j
We the family of the late appreI'ciation
prayers. to our many 4,
JAMES TRAMMELLof May God's choicest blessings and friends for cards, pro- ',.
Chicago, III., who passedon he with all. sentations and other acts of
CARD OF "My father in Heaven '
Also thanks
to staff
April 26, 1965, wish to shown during ,
express our sincere thanks and Editor of1: i im\ I I wish to extend my'thanksand the death of our love one. me never to forget Thy love

and appreciation to all who Time. appreciation to my many Especially do we thank Father I it looks up to me in the

assisted us in our hours of -- "friends, neighbors, church, Theodore R. Gibson, Rev. J, 1 beauty of the flower ."
.. bereavement and to those who lodges and relatives for their J. Williams and the Bain I i John Henry Jowett
sent floral designs telegrams kindness to me, after the loss Funeral Home.
cards and condolences. of my home and belongingsby May God bless all of you. Oscar L. Range

Charles Trammel I FAMILY THIS SUNDAY. fire. Thanks again Mrs. Jessie McKeithenAnd ,1 ii Funeral Home

And Family Maude Lloyd Chi Idren




THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 14, 1965 11

:: : : : : l Income furn. hot bathroom.OARD in private riTTT/n!OUR CARE,CIIIT.D I
home. Private
CLASSIFIESFOR, : 'I property. 3 units. 1 1569. I''
: : "' ; 10500. 2224 N.W. 58th St. and cold water, in nice 925 N.W. 52nd St. PL 74767.my home. OX -
: ; ,. : neighborhood near bus
I" htop. Preferred no children -
EXPRESS 'AY Evacuees. fenced yard. 212 N7 \\' BUILDERS MODELS
Near schools. store buses: "
;>> St.i'jHH ,
SALE FOR SALEA and ed in churches. 2 bed. fenc- .!- s* Honii '
yard. S70 Mo. down ,
NW 22nd St. 1-bed-
E' the new 3-bedroom BRAND NEW luxurious down$2.000. $2,000..1 I ifefl.OX$RO 1-4668.Mo. furn.: house in rear $10 1527 N.W. 40th St. 1220: .!.:",;4IaJf5t, .\/,.. .

bath quality built housesen home that has all of the week Immed. occupancy. $595 DOWN PAYMENT ;

) 1-5 and Sunday.1040 4622 NW NW(no features is look. :{the for better with a buyer new Both 2 '58 black EVROLETS.1 270-Key=2 at NW front.">! house.St. Large Also 1 3 bedrooms, 2 ba'thl't Eq park, bh1It' =1 i'hitteh) ?
Ave. floor shift "
k.ncl deal. bed furn. and unufurn. ,:
of 1 A'.SOA '" "
Mortgage! .
1-3604. other Is station \' '
PL ,
wagon. ;a'Pt. 1-1
only! $102.81 house. 818 week. Key at >>
"NO QUALIFYING Inspect this beauty per month.Sun. Good Call John cond.888-948 Clean body._ rear .house. Call owner, 1752 N.W. 76thdTert! ; ;. +:?'1139W.W.;: "ja '1.rr.

3-bedroom CBS, $68 1-5 p.m. at 817 NW 43 St. Mr. GO.R. IMil2(1( dally Huge 3 bedrooms*:2:'Wrtlili"reo1, |(600 square
JE 1-6902. The price Is 3172 NW evenings Hi R2521.EFFICIENCY fut of bou itlBtl11k14b'ta; *t5 ft. lots.
ionth, fenced, furnished. lower than 53rd St. 2-bed .: :, ,
ring some cash and you will guess. CBS dining room large Milt b,1.N...v;' .\.i \' ,
Fla. and 1-bed- .., -.\"', ".:v,,\), ,'m ,
Bargain A. Ben-
hove orl. In.Realtor, anytime Lot Nice location, 49 lot. $10.500.room Call porch.758-5400.large apt Adults furn. $22..r0 and up. }; $,,t."t', .y.,' ," .-
only. 7.77-fi070 '
51-2243. St. between 29 and 30 agent. :TRADE''W ,YMItW-D' HOUSE OR LO.T.
BATHS Aves. Will build to suit 4718 4720 NW 21 Ave. -
Drive by 1490 NW 83Kt. you. if you have a lot to 2348 NW 64th Street '
ROOM. Hot and cold
seH call water F0 HALTYINC.
corner CBS, neat 2- and us. Also we build 120 Ft. lot on 21 Ave. at all times.!" Phone Broker
edroom. beautiful oak repair. Call NE 3-3198 Houser Realty Company 'Ii" .J

loors tHe roof carporte. or 691-5851. 3736631NO 1111170.11.lbeclroom .,,\33 .trl., !;15th Avenue 635-4595

50 down, $78 month.. CLOSING COSTS apt. furn.
11,000 total. FHA. A.- GENERAL SIEGEL. Sell 3-bedoom CBS in heart of $IR.r o. 7rt -1OO1. ,
Ren-Kori, Realtor any- shoes. for everyone in Manor Park. Tile roof.
Ime 751-2243. family Famous make APT. A large lheeh'oom.modcrn '
enclosed front
closing out. $2.50, also ) furniture. Price appliances apt. Adult and d, 'IJfi" Ii .;"t" ",' ''_:
RAND NEW CBS 2- 1001 household items. I U S11..7X; S3.' .() down and only one child Up to 3 y" :P'!> !
Opposite Fabrics Bazaar, RitO month. Keys at Life years 01<(<1. MU 1-0325.:
drooms on large
31 NE 14th St.
M15 Really IJroker.: 1032 NW
$1,500 down, $60 MOo FURN. 3-BEDDROOM
7 Axe. PL !IM371.
ays all. Key at New s BRAND NEW Open I house N'\\' 1R05 5th Ct.
Broker 4740 NW $495 down.Don't Sundays and evenings.! OPEN SUDNDAY 2-1 P.M. DON'T ?MSS
ealty, ,
miss this great --- heater, fenced vard. 1811
Ave. PL 4-0655. opportunity to own a 3- BEER $12.50 a week. Hot water Modern CBS, 3 bedrooms, 1 1)i)) bath, on large lot. Lara
NEWS HOME SUNSHftNE MODELS bedroom and 2 bath home good growing business.BAR 031-3177 NW' r)th Ct. $12. l phone utility room, carport, appliances. Only $71.50 month

265 NW 42nd Street for so little cash We defy Owner must sell, sacri- $350 down. $11,500 FHA. No closing costs.

267 NW 42nd Streeto anyone to heat this deal. fice. PL 1-1055. LARGE STORR. suitable 0-

see it is to buy it. Keyt Compare house before new you buy old. for grocery auto parts.UphoNtPiy. :. CALL TO SEE THIS BEAUTY TODAY
any or
News Realty broKer, FREE ESTIMATES 4fi28 NW 27
740 NW 7 Ave. PL You buy direct from largest Bullard and Fayson. painting Ave. PL 8-9717. Custom built CBS, 2 bedroom, Fla room, dining room,

55. builders. No brokerage and decorating.; Isaiah --- garage. Appliances, floor furnance, central cooling
commissions to pay. Bullard. 4423 NW 17th LOVKLY HOME for small cedar lined
closets. down
Under system, $400 $12,300 FHA.
construction at the
$62 MONTH Ave., apt. 3, ph. 633-2225. family fenced yard, convenient -
rive by 2031 NW 83rd corner of 51st and 12th Ernest Fayson 1960 NW to everything -- 0 --
ferr. Two-bedroom doll Ave. Corner 55th St. and 1th Court 'I ph. can buy like rent see this 3 BEDROOM CBS BEAUTY
down FHA 9Jh Ave. Call Wynn JE 3715914.M17 todav. $22 per week. NE Front .
bouse, $250 1-6902. r-r.r.. porch, dining room, utility room, op
,500 total. Why rent! pliances. Near schools, buses and shopping. $400
fnytlme all Ben-9Cori 751-2243. REPOSSESSION. 3085 NW NEW HOMES BEAUTIFULLY furnished down. Owner pays closing costs.

57 St. Great opportunityto room private entrance 0-
own a large house private bath. wall to wall NO
carpet walk in
which consists 3-bed- closet
,' Drive by 53 NW 38 St. rooms, 2 baths carport on 615 N.W. 47th Street with windows. For nice Lovely CBS, 2 bedrooms, front porch, large eat-In
350 down oak floors tile Open 3-5 people only. 18T!, N\\f 09th kitchen. 2 air conds. Washing .
[oof, bedrooms.. A true large lot, 70x145 at a great p.m. St, Utility room, appliances.
argain at $10,700. FHA, discount. Must sell quick 1921 N.W.SOih Street machine, wall to wall carpeting. All for only

\tavtime. Ben-Kori Realtor, ly.E Owner's l-f 902. sacrifice. CallJ 1835 N.W. 41st Street HELP WANTEDCAB $1,500 down and take over payments. One mortgage
3 large bedrooms, 2 baths, only. '

uvta Y CBS z-oedroom, NO Ol'\1.n'YINO FulJ !- Fla room, garage. DRIVERS. Apply at 0-
bak floors and carport. J Iv, furnished cottage. $2.;0 21st Society Cab Office 269 NW CBS DUPLEX FHA
350 down $60 per month.ey down and move light tin! We build to order on our
2 bedrooms partly furnished side. 1 bedroom
Modern furniture and one
at News Realty Inc., appliances lots or yours. No money HELP WANTED
Jroker. 4740 NW 7 Ave.,, : Freshly paintedand down. BEAUTICIANS city and completely, furnished other side. $450 down. $14,000
3L 4-0655. very pietty.: Keys at state license. total.
Life Realty, Ilioker. -H82! WE BUY LOTS OR HOMES Experiencedin
field. Call
NW 7 Ave.: PL 0-1371.: 691-9721
[BEAUTIFUL: CBS 3- Heed Money? Coll
bed, 2 lath, large corner Open evenings and Sun- We Have Many Others, Also VA Homes $100 Down,
I lot. Built-in appliances, (Ia,".. BARON JE 8-1340 SERVICEAD
$450 ------ PAGE 14.
( down, $85 Mo. Key
at News Realty Inc. Bro- LIEF: NEW CHS $250 ; "
ker, 4740 NW 7 Ave. PL down and $,">8 month, .lal- T 'SHELL 'REALTY
4-0655. ou led windows refinished -(
floors, new kit-
SHARP CDS 3-bed, plus chen cabinets and fix- Your choice ,BROKER '

tureThis house I is like BUNCHE PARK & NEW LIBERTY CITY AREAS : '
appliances. $350 down,
$71.50 Mo. Key at News brand Realty.new.Broker Key nt 4932 L i NW f e t .1260 NW 7th. Av,.: 758-555T. .
Realty, Inc. Broker
: ,
7 AVP. PL n- :J71. Open ,
NW 7 Ave. PL 4-0655. >" _:#
evenings and Sundays. : ::$100' .J;
: "
i-O; W' I .
VAS- -- ft' ., .-" .
MANY CBS 2, 3 and 4 :J-hedl'o0111R. 2 baths CHS.S350 ',.', A I $64' '" J
bedroom homes to choose !';: down. $Rf) month. ''' 5, ; OWI$".. ,, qN." EDISON 1 Specials
from. $100 down, $65 Mo. Large enclosed front

Key at News Realty, Inc. )porch, l large kitchen freshly ..... ..
Broker PL 40655.4BEDROOM painted near school '
and shopping. Key at Gorgeous, modern, like-new, CBS, 3 bedroom, see to .
CBS. largelot Life! Realty Broker.1032, appreciate. OPEN SUNDAY FROM 3 P.M.
FHA. Only $300 down NW 7 Ave. PL (M371: .
payment, monthly pay- Open evenings and Sunday 1414 N.W. 83RD TERRACE

ment $72. Including *.
MU 8-3923 PL IHJ290puau
everything. Location 15750 --- $75.10 mo. pays everything on FHA. CBS, Fla room,
NW 18 Place. Drive by NO OUArJI-'YJNO-\Jo: <<1- A good deall No closing costs.
then call Fenster Realty ern :Il-betlroom CMS. 2
Broker PL 9-8779. hjiths. tile rnof. carM| >rte. 8321 N.W. 14TH COURT

LOVELY HOME, 3-bed- yard.Jalousie front window's porch foi'I'CenI lovely uUI.tPm"UIIIIIIIIIII.'IIUIIIIHIIIlUUII{ IHIIWBIIIE CBS, double corner lot ((100x1 00)) FHA terms, no clo

room, carporte, awnings, ed patio, $1.000 clown and i Best Bays In Town sing costs.
fence. $400 down FHA. take over FHA payments t 4201 N.W. I ITU PLACE
.. ,
Call for details. Ben- Life Realty. Broker. 4032: E : '

Kori, Realtor PL 1-2243. NW 7 Ave. PL 01171.: I 4 bedrooms, 1ft baths. Fine for large family. FHA
Open evenings and Sun- terms. No closing costs.
3-Bedrooms, 2 Baths days. tilt roof Fla fenced down
CBS $250
Close in CBS. Fla. I' room, ,
rom. Ideal for big family. LIKE NEW CBS Fla. $67 mo. Open 1.5 Sunday. 1130 N.W. 41ST STREETCBS
$78 month total. room. carport, awning r _
$12,000 -- e ---
Ben-Kori Realtor. PL windows i appliances, 2-cor garage, FHA terms, No closing costs.
1-2243. freshly painted inside 2012 N.W. 14TH STREET ... -

BY OWNER CBS 3-bed- and valuation.out. Price Open Is evenings! FHA .[ 3 bedrooms, $68.76 mo. pays all. Big rooms. Mart DRIVE BY THE FOLLOWING, THEN SEE EDISON: .

room. 2 bath located on and Sundays. right in. NO QUALIFYING. 6930 N.W. 6th Ave. CBS duplex. $300 down, FHA.
busy NW 17th Ave. at COCONUT GROVE. Open --- 0 ---

4769 Will, zoned C-4 business 3050 Lane Ct. (off Matil 2311 N.W. B2ND STREET $12,500 total.
show by appoint- da) 2 bedrooms large Fla "
4030 N.W. 1st Ave. Lovely CBS home on corner
ment. Ph. 535-."805. room, air cond., hardwood CBS, tile roof, $300 down, 2 Fla rooms, next to
floors. Beulah Fink, Bro schools. Fla room, carport. No qualify.

MODERN i-b e H r 0 o m ker. ing.
--- e ---
house.ousted partly furn.. Jal- 337 N.W. 59th Terr. 3 bedroom, '"n. CBS home
Flag! room clean 2-bed, Fla. room apt In
nice vard. $60 month. FR rear call PL 7-2930.( 41NW plus garage plus 1 bedroom
*-6758. 49 St. 1760 N.W. 84th Street. $12,500, FHA. apt. NO qualifying.

1474 NW 5 Ave. Fully HOTEL. I'rivit. l baths .DRIVE BY TODAY, then, call TU 70403.) Wt WE ARE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND

turn, clean, large room rear Central district have many other, some $100 down. What d. yon

and Can all be kitchen seen anytime.privileges JE reasonable down. On bus price line$20.000 NE have. to !! d.t_.._ ,_,,.?,,. ? ?'v. ?'u y,. ___ SUNDAY. __ ___ .. ,

-3184.. II .. .
4-8187. '' :
indf $ '

::1- EnnOOM. Open 8800 i I= t:: Grtf" ir Utility, Iroku j EDISON REALTY, .Realtors .

GAIN. 3-bedroom homeat room $11,500 total terms I Iarranged. ) TII T+tII \ 175 iE, olid ;St,. 75J.244J '
1940 NW IMth St. City Ben-Kori. Real- ,
water. Call JE 1-6902.: tor. PL 1-J2213. .,IUIItIWlPI"' llmqll"'II"'Ul" lmm tr MUfflUM




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Program At,
Again this summer the Eldora Velma Butler \1 NIITR Uc1101it '

Junior CollegeThe Booker T. Washington High of Nassau 'visited her former a a
School offers a special opportunity teacher Mrs. Enid L. Ferguson, ea ry
Miami Police at \ ,
Department to all students who of the Adult Clothing Classes
In conjunctionwith wish to start on a band in of Miami Northwestern High
the ,Miami-Dade Jr. strument.
last week.
College announces the Inauguration There is no better time than Mrs. Butler, studied clothingand
o[ a Police summer to begin the study of
tailoring at Northwesternfor
Cadent Program under a band instrument Children
the auspices of the Eco- 2V4 years, after completing
have plenty of time
nomic Opportunity Act of these courses, she returned to
1904. and Mr. Timothy Savage, the Nassau building up a business
instructor, can give them all
which is now successful.She >r
The Police Cadet Program individual attention. It is a shopped here for materialfor "
is being institutedto known fact that boys and girls her booming clientele. :> U.VBV *+P\Jffc* -
recruit qualifed two and three times >ZZ&P :?s-*> '
young progress There are many studentsin &ZPv4&& t C; -
rff |K
*-,4)T) v
men between the ages of as rapidly during the six weeks this local area of Dade j "
19 and 21 to attend two % *
a summer program.On County who attend. Clothing '* r r -i- 4 --
year college program at Monday night May 17, classes through the adult
the Maml-Dade Junior the B.T.W. Band Parents
home economic education
College. At the same time
Club will hold
a very -
and have become
they will be employed.. meeting. Final reports program competent dressmakers, ma- BREAK GROUND FOR NEW FAMU BUILDING COMPLEX Ground is turned for the new
part time by the Miami
Police Department and will be made at this meeting. king a comfortable income. one and three-fourths million-dollar Vocational-Technical Institute Building complex to be

assigned various duties Sunday, May 23, from 4-6 constructed during the next 'two years at Florida A&M University. Shown, left to right, M. S.

within Police Headquarters. ADULT HOME ECONOMCS p.m., we will show fashions Thomas, director of the FAMU Vocatlonal.Technlcallnstitute, looks on as spades of earthare
Successful graduates that have been made by students -
will receive an Associate SHOW MAY 23 attending classes all turned by: Dr. George W. Gore Jr., president of the university; Abraham (sham, seniorin

Degree of Science In po- over Dade County at Miami industrial education; Edward Jones, senior member of the Vocational-Technical Institute

lice science and criminology -, The Adult Home Economics Northwestern. Theme "Save faculty; and J. R. E. Lee Jr., vice president of the university and coordinator of buildings.Mrs. .
and could become Education Department of by Sewing.
police officers in the MI- Miami Northwestern High and ,
ami police department.The through-out Dade County will
have their Sixth annual

Police Cadet Program Fashion Show on Sunday, May
is open to all young 23 from 4-6 p.m. at Miami nrY. NEEDED FOR MIAMI AREABANK

men between the ages of Northwestern School Auditorium.
19 and 21 who meet the
entrance requirements as The theme is "Save by ;: TELLER TRAINEES CASHIER CHECKERS

prescribed by the Miami- Sewing. :. MALE OR FEMALE P.B.X. RECEPTIONIST
The public is, invited, IGri
I r
Dade Junior and
and 'fabulous
come out see
the City of Miami. fashions made and modeled HIGH SCHOOL GRADS HIGH SCHOOL not req.

t All those Interested in by students. Upholstery and "'--By Waiter Bowe'---- Train now-Pay later No age limit

1 this Cadet Program should home decoration to be displayed Free placement Good lobs
I Immediately contact the in lobby will also be E..1. Clark wishesto and C. B. Blount, trustees;
City of Miami Civil Ser- thank the members of John Hughley, officer of
made by students.BROVISVILLE. '.
vice Board. 445-4441 or Central Baptist Churchfor the day.There. Ia. largest cashier school
the supervisor of the pro- their kindness shown will bte a God- Branches Miami, Orlando, Tampa, St. Pete

gram Lt. Jay Golden, her on Mother's Day. mothers' Celebrity show
688-3511? ex. 534.Recognition. Special thanks to the Sunday, May 23, 4 p.m. at Cashier Training Institute j
PTA TEA missionaries of Mt. Zion, the National Guard Armory *
West Palm Beach, Mt. Old Dixie Highwayand SUITE 504, 121 S.I. Itt ST., MIAMI
Day The Brownsville Junior Olivette Miami; Temple, Johnson St.. presentIng COMt-WRITF-OR CALL 377.1994
High School Parent-Teacher Miami; Tabernacle West Godmothers' Nursery i *
At KendallOn Association presents its Hollywood. May God children in a fashion
Third Annual Tea in the bless you all. show. Twenty-five dollar .A-
Sunday May Ifi at school's auditorium and cafe- bonds will be awarded to
35: at thp bade County teria, Sunday, May 16, from There will be a spiri- all those selling $50 worthof
Kendal 4 to 6 p.m. The theme of which tual extravaganza given tickets. Donation $1.00
is."Spring festival in Music" Sunday, May 23 at 3 p.m. children 50 cents. Dancingfor
will be Mrs. Evelyn Robinson Mrs. Georgia Jones, chairmanof at Central Baptist ChurchIn the children after.A BE A NURSE'S AIDETHE
She will he presented behalf of Woman's Day
: by Mrs. Isaac A. the program promises a rare sponsored by Mrs. E. J. fabulous fashionaire
Withers. treat to all who are present; Clark who I is! chairman. will be given at Lanier

Mrs. Theola Davis will one which fashion will recital.surpass lastyear's Please come. Junior High School Cafe- IDEAL SCHOOL FOR

serve as mistress of ceremonies torium May 16 at 4 p.m.
The public is invited. Post No. 8195 will Adults $1.00; children 50
J. Carle Capters, president
; hold its installation ser- rents.
The Ken alltes will
Mrs. I. T. Ratcliff, principal.
ive Rplpotinn. The vices Sunday May 16 at
Glee -Club i>---directed --by 2 p.m. at Post 4997 In W. ANNOUNCEMENTThe 2380 W. FLAJGLER STREETCall
monthly meetingof
also Mrs Mettle Brown Several will ULUE C. EVANS Hollywood just off ,State Bwhanan Road St.7., the Union of Ushers' for t.for.otio and for !brocket>> 444-4637 or 443.9741
of Federated
appear. P.T.A. TEA Association
New officers for 1965 are
the children will be tak- Wilbur C. Jenkins, com- will tie held Sunday, May Mooring classes 9 a... 12 p.m.
ing part. Also participating The P.T.A. of Lillie C. 23
at p.m. It will be heldat
mander; Folia Boyd sen- Evtuiig classts 7 10
the will P.M.
on Evans is its New
program sponsoring an- Shiloh Church,
ior vice commander
I be Mrs. Robert Bryant nual Spring Tea on Sunday, 1303 NW n.)th St Presidents -
\ Ralph Seymour, junior CLASSES
Mrs. Betty Smith and
May 16 from 4-6 p.m. in the please rememher to J
Mrs Grace Wallace. school's cafeteria.A Brayboy vice-commander adjutant; ; WalterA. Bobby bnng your entire hoard "' 11111111111 ........, '......Itf JIIID

Supervisor Alfonzo Williams very interesting and Bowe, quartermaster; this meeting.
will extend greet- enjoyable musical program Harry L. Newton judge Deacon Edwin Ramsey
ings. Rev. Ernest Hut- has been planned by the program advocate; Waddy Graham president; Willie J. Heard,
cheson Jr. will offer the committee. chaplain; Charles Hart reporter: Rev, A M Griffin -
benediction. The public is Please come out and pastor.
Is invited.__ share the afternoon with us. '
Mrs. II. L. Wilcox presi- ajijjjtirxTr iticir KJCJt JtJJUt JUUUUUtjeKJUCK From diapers to diplomas

BETHUNE ELEMENTARYw. dent; Mrs. Alese Gill, prin- IJ-GIVE YOURSELF A LONG UFE PROFESSION BY Your children I look to you for support and
C. C() del1. principal cipal.of education.

The last! PTA meeting ENROLLING IN THESiu1ight'haty"'School Here is where LIFE INSURANCE can give
for the year was held on the International Ex-
April 27 with Frederick change Program.The ... "- O" ''' : ;.. the help you need. .
Shepherd' president "

siding. The "treat"' for pre held its Student annual Student Council ; I ,., ;4

the' nllhtV:1 of pupils s ti.who" honorIng were- Government Day on Mon- (. ,' .. ..... .,'r'" -: R[ '
'i Good Readers and Library day May 10. A wonderful /
day was enjoyed by the Beauticians are always in demand "
Aides. Pupils were awarded sixth ,CENTRAL Re ,RES'EMT' Ti. E
graders who shared
"Good Readers! Pini DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES ; .pt "ti'f.: l"r "
many experiences thru- :;
and Certificates. Parents
the .JoY" !" ,
out 10DAl'N.
day. Nellie
were proud to know (1113( N.W. 3RD AVENUE ,
that very their children had Wilder is chairman of the FR 4-9998 .., '., ,"' '$ .,t.f. iIf.t "*

excelled In the areas of Student Council Committee. M22 ...,y.

Reading and helping In He will assist you in working our a program
the library. ;Mrs. Leila
Olllf WII elec.'ed: .(('I'etaI'Yof that will guarantee that your dreams for your
the PTA. :Mrs Zelnui Civil Service Exam Preparation children will come true.
Black is the program t' f
chairman. I The CENTRAL offers very attractive Modern

The winners In the recent llllltmtlmtllllmUtinUllnmtlnltllllllltlllllltimUtinttlllll lnnntll.llltIIUIIUtlllllUIIIIWIUlIUIUlIItUlllllllllllltltl_ Policies to fit your particular needs to the

Spelling Contest are i 000 PAY _____ CIVIL SERVICE OFFERS SOS SECURITY 11 of up
amount $50,000.
a: follows: First grade ./ Ho. Instructions =
grade, Nora Jean Wil- IRAISES 'oNrol Elltonc. E._. WITH PAY Ill ENDOWMENT
liams; third, Otistine oGlo\I Fa 0 111".1) '00, p.s..ucc..fully even If you h... 5 EDUCATIONAL
Johnson; fourth. Twylla 1- INSURANCE 011" ",....Wlt. P.O. I.. 114Grstiiny Itonch. MI..I RETIREMENT iiIi
Nolan; fifth Lynn Camp Flo. 3316! 5 MORTGAGE REDEMPTION TERM

bell; sixth Linda Mc- ...... _____ RETIREMENT HOSPITALIZATIONHEALTH
._ _______.
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Clendon. The school win- N.r+ ---------------------- ------ IiI

ner Is Nathaniel Steven,
I Aoe-----5.5. ---------Present Working Houra-----___ iBHuuwiauuinauuuiauiuatuuumguiulduuuuuuuuuluuntuuulnpRUnntuu
a fifth grade pupil In ------------ AND FAMILY
Mrs. Naomi Symonette'sclass. luuulannnuutunnannnlunnnnnnnluulnulwlE. GROUP PLAN

Is. The Linda school McClendon runner- Central Life Insurance Co.
up a
sixth grade pupil in Mrs. EXCERPT FROM U.S. NEWS AND WORLD REPORT MARCH 5, 1962:

Melbb James* class.Congratulations to. Eml- Under Orders From President Kennedy Of Florida

za Asaac a sixth grade Negroes are to get not only more jobs but better jobs In gov.rnment--If "THE FRIENDLY COMPANY"
pupil in Mrs. Melba James they are qualified. Thousands have passed civil service exams through Home

class, whose picture was Study while holding present fobs. HOME OFFICE TAMPA, FLORIDA
chosen to represent Dade (SUCCESS) can be yours if you are willing to prepare for it. Write to the BRANCH OFFICES
County in the. Southeastern \ above address immediately. STATEWIDE
Regional Competition



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday May 14, 1965 M5

.'$'.!,W *2t, ;'.: ;f"7''jJI lea to their bread and butter players; and
\ 7_ 100016 while the cat is out of the house the mice are
I JNE : taking over. The mice being the Chicago White

Spearing ; 1 Sox only: and been the 30 Minnesota days of the Twins.'65 season It may but have we

L- |.p know the Yankees think it has been thirty

With :iWl\ } Ii IiClayListon years. It really has been thirty years since

Sports 9; the American Yankees' league.did not stand dominant over the

1 The Yankees, at present in eighth place

...y HARRT lPU" ___I """.'' ':" .,,'"!"!'h.'.. ,<' looking Minnesota up at teams it feared most, Chicago,
Baltimore, Los Angeles and Cleveland
THANKS FOR THE COMPLIMENTS nestled in the first division and going

I wrote last week with reference to Bout Has Succeu strong. To over take a team or two, possible,
mission worthy of its command. The a corp Label: "banned in Boston but four or five the problem gets bigger-so
reason it's the Yankees' problem. Can they solve it?
to give the smaller "
was clubs
a chance to re- anned in Boston, those three words Time will tell all!
open and not have a monopoly on boxing. This which have proven profitable for authors, who

way there will be more action around and the specialize in the use of words unfit for the
smaller fighter and
manager will have a parlor, has been labelled the
on Clay-Liston
chance. It seems that here in Dade County
fights and fighting have been at a standstill heavyweight fight.

for the last couple of weeks. This shouldnot They have been money-makers for theat-
have happened.Now rical productions with frolics that were guar-
anteed to raise an audience's eyebrow to the
they me who I
am to write this
way? Well here it is: This writer has watched top of its head,
"Get it banned in Boston and you've gota
the boys train daily at the gyms; also never
misses a fight, whether it's a championship hit" has been an adage ever since the Bos-

bout or just an ordinary show. There are plenty ton Tea Party.It .
of boys around these parts who are worthy is common knowledge that the rest of

of this mention. But you cannot do this when the nation will stampede to see or get in on r DtLlVLlt7 LA"DRUC

they are sent out of town, over-matched to get what censors rule too harsh for the elite sen-
their brains beaten in. I can mention five sitivity of Bostonians, and that gets us back 6730 NW 13th AVF.NUB Harold Jolllwlle, Manager

who could have been made star bouts here, around to the fisticuffs between Cassius and

draws a good crowd, but fell by the wayside, Liston.
in the first rounds. Barring any unforeseen circumstances

they will go at each other two weeks from now
Jimmy Brady informs me that Hal Mc- up in a nice little quiet town in Maine called E GREYHOUND RACING
suffered serious injuries, a bad cut on Le wist on.
the head, and right arm in an auto
This is about the last place you would ex-
He is recovering slowly but surely. Hal put up pect a heavyweight championship fight to be POST rIMa

Jim a good has fight with Willie Pep not too long ago. staged and that is exactly what it is! the ( P.M.
a good boy in Sugar Cliff who gave a last dace.
good account of himself while
Emile Griffith training with There i h an ironical I twist to the entire
for his championship
bout with
Jose Stable. Sugar's affair. There are suspicions ns to whv the
he can't bout manager says, how come scrap was only turned down in Boston last
get a around here? Also will
fight any welter in the world. week after nine months of schoduline to he lM
hold Bean Citv? Could. it be that Boston thinks

Here are it is better late than never or does the malod-
names of some more boys who
publicity to sell it nationally?
could have kept active here
: Grady Ponder. *
Joe Murchison, a hard. puncher; Joe Nardi is Whatever the reason, it is a weird setup.
back in town; Toni Alongi, started back in When the same twosome attempted to fight
training under the of that here a little over a year ago they dragged
Izzy Klien. eye great trainer, down $4,500,00. TV was the benefactor, actu- "9.N.t/at'. Sr.yil..0lMwjlaar'

ally live promotion took a quarter of a million

dollars loss. _
take This Clay writer in the predicts early rounds.that Sonny Liston will It is a switch from the old days when it Tw iN DOUBLE

was an honor to stage one of the greatest
Free sporting events of the time and all cities
Tickets to Marlins Game would scramble for the privilege no big

Baseball fans will have their annual city seem to want any part of this mess, it had
treat in free admissions (with tickets) to the been turned down in New York, Detroit. Cleveland
Miami Marlins West Palm Beach Braves was prepared to say no.

game at Miami Stadium, May 15, as the South- They have come to realize that nothingmore
east Florida Dairy Institute kicks off "June than headaches accompany these on the
Is Dairy Month" a couple of weeks early. spot promotions in this new electronic era.

Admission is by ticket only, these can be There are so many hands in the pot thata
obtained from milkmen or food stores simply fellow can be excused for grabbing his own
for the asking. There is nothing to buy and to and twisting it before he discovers he is hurt-
pay on tickets.In ing himself.

The loot from the fans who jam
addition to the game, the Miami Van- comes
guards, drum and bugle corps, will play for a theatres to watch TV and pay to see what they

pre-game show and Willie Pastrano, youth director once saw comfortably in their living rooms

for the Dairy Institute, will emcee the for free.
cow milking contest. Metro Commissioner Joe That Is why the follow up announcementto
Boyd will defend his Dade County champion- the Ban in Boston was "We will stage this

ship against Larry Thompson of the Miami fight on May 25 even if we have to stage it
Herald; John Xeasler of the Miami News on a barge down in a Florida swamp.
Charlie Murdock of WQAM, and others. ; So there you have it, a "Banned in Bos-

The Marlins dedicate one each ton" label on the production means it is a suc-
to the Institute in honor of the dairy industry's cess everywhere else.

youth development and public service pro
30 Days in The '65 Baseball Season
schedule: Friday, May 14 Lees-
burg; Sat., Sun., May 15-16, West Palm Beach BOTH CHAMPS IN CELLAR DIVISION

Thirty days.is a good. i.me. to stop .and
take a perspective look at the leagues and
their performances it is certain that this
4 Woolworth Stores
does not necessarily constitute a pattern; but J
I it is a good barometer as to what the outcome

To Go Discount will be.
The National League, for example, with
Four of Southeast Recrional Office
Greater Miami
F. W Woolworth Variety and N. E. Thomas. Miami the Houston Astros hypnotizing the rest of the
stores are being converted district sales manager. league with the glamor and glitter of their .,.
to discount operations. Woolworth will continueto new stadium and meanwhile strutting to the
Woolworth stores at operate in of its varie- top of the league to keep company with the
J240 S. Dixie Highway. 28 tv stores located:: in the
Hollywood Dodgers who seem none the worse off with
Flamingo Homestead -
Plaza in Hialeah Miami -
1581 NW 36th St. and- area. The comp- the loss of Tommy Davis at this point. The
038 N 2nd Ave. closed any will operate the Phillies, who kept the league running after
for the t changeover. Worthmart stores separately them most of last season don't seem to have
The stores are scheduled from the 2.400 that retained efficiency and pose no threat.
to reopen on May 27 Woolworth variety The
league champions Cardinals
seem most
under the Worthmart and 10 Woolco Department -
name, the Woolworth dis- Stores located thru- confused and cannot find themselves.
count operation trademark out the United) States and: ) Hank Aaron, who must have a built-in
Canada. magic healer, is up and hitting for the Braves;
Cost of the .cban eoveJ' The changeover 1 N to being so is Ernie Banks for the Cubs; these two can
was count operations
not announced hut it
is' expected to run ..Into effected! In several areas spoil a lot of pennant hopes for many a pen- Rtsarvations
hv the man- nant winning aspirants.The 444-8401
s e v p r ,< htu lrecl- selected top TJuII:1.
thousand: doll.jn!: iipment of the company. Piriates are about normal, but the
The The company said it I h Reds look ;
physical I structures its merchandiseIn the most balanced of the league.
won't> he changed hut the upgrading Willie
the Worthman outletsto seem short of pitch
he counters altered)In to the handle store*iiddlttonal will- include better national ing and unless they get some in a hurry they
: merchandise lines of soft goods appliances will find the road to the pannant real rough.In KINNfllCiUSa7th
AVtNUI AMO 7th .
St"| wrvisin the. Worth- / toiletries. house-: the American League' there is no mys- NOKTKWflTT
mart'oneratlon hf.'re'will wares and wearing ap tt M fl1
tery. TheYankees have folded behind injur-
he P II Werner of the parel.

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I. 16 THE MIAMI I TIMES, Friday, May 14,

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Lk: : .Is I .Shot to .Death. 'c wr'<',';:tM'W>>" 1

A mugger who attacked a unlock hls front door. shots two of which struck

man early Saturday morningas his The attacker threw a belt the The mugger.dead man was Identi
he was about to enter
around Baker's neck from the fled as Walter Davis, 29, of
home, will never do it again.He
was shot and killed by the. rear. Baker resisted and in 2225 N.W. 29th Ave., deputiesthe
struggle both men fell sold. He had a long record Of
man.Paul Baker Jr., 46, of .to the ground. Baker fired four minor offenses, they sold.'
2991 N.W. 61st St.,pulled Into
hit driveway shortly after .
midnight, deputies reported.He .
took the .38 caliber pistolhe Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
carries in his glove com
and about to
partment was


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