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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 21, 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Volume 42, No. 37 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY MAY 21 1965 16 PAGES 10 CENTS



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(' aret on a couch, Miami "
'Y/'I : '< : Lights; Beefed police said Saturday. \

; ,?!W Andre and Arthur Saunders -
;) : : 7 and 5 years old respectively l,
Up Police Force were left in their homeat

;;: \ 420 NW46th St., Sgt. Den-
; nis Watkins of the Miami
L ta Halts Robberies Homicide Bureau said. I
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their mother, returned home
,} ;; >',: MuggingsFive from a club dance in Bay- a
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aPt crews from the Flor- smoking, Watkins said. J
ida Power and Light Com- Finding the doors locked, .Y' tIx
pany began early Mondayto she screamed and aroused 4

Install new lights 100 neighbors who called fire-

per cent brighter than exist- men, then broke out bed- .'
ing lights" In Miami's room windows and carriedthe

:i. ,>" ,, 1:4: Central Negro District, City boys outside. 1
>. Manager M. L. Reese announced The Fire Department Rescue -
,' this week. Squad used resuscitators ,
# He said he hoped In- In a 15-mlnute futile attemptto y'1
l' 7.I creased lighting would help revive the boys, continu-
cut down crime in the area ing their efforts during the g a :1; ci

I SILVER KNIGHT AWARD WINNER I bounded by NW Fifth St., ambulance ride to Jackson Y4' s" t t'c

Congratulations to Reginald Burton, in winning the NW 23rd St., NW 7th Ave., Memorial Hospital where

Silver Knight Award in speech and drama, on May 1 13. He is and NE First Ave.A the kids were pronounceddead 'c 91 '
on arrival.
concerted drive
member of the Drama Club Booker T. by City
an outstanding at of Miami Police to wipe out Watkins said the father
Washington under the direction of Mr. Leroy Washington, the armed robberies and had been smoking on the

and is a member of the 125 homeroom supervised by Mrs. muggings that have plaguedthe davenport before he left

Rosemarie Anderson. Reginald, who has been both out- area lately seems to be home about 10 p.m. to take ARTHUR AND ANDRE SAUNDERS
paying off. Officers have his sister-in-law home and
standing in the community and school is the third winner cracked down on lotteries then go bar-hopping. Saunders returned home The children died in their

for the school, and the third in speech and drama. He is and vagrants and more po- after the fire was put out, sleep, Watkins said. Andre

active in rally organizations and is among the top studentsat licemen have been added to Watkins concluded that a and was charged with being was found in his bed, Arthur
the area. dropped dgaret started the drunk. He was jailed but on the floor, where it was
B.T.W. Reginald's goal is to start as a drama teacher and couch smoldering, filling the
Miami now $11,100 was released on bail Saturhis habit of sleeping.
and move into professional theater as an actor director. pays house with smoke. day afternoon.
a year to FP&L for lightingIn
the area. Mounted on

existing poles, the new fix- ,. >t' "'. .' ; "<: fr'' :P:'<'">' ;" --;" ..
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Over PistolThe King High that he review : .u _. :
recommendations from the
Crime Commission of Greater Organized labor was ad- the NAACP by Negroes before. If man-
vised to follow the exampleset leader said, "is moving to agement can break out of
Detective Dennis Watkins on Miami on changes in the
43-year-old manager the of generations,
pattern
by some of the leading open hitherto closed employ-
of murder.He police department to cut the
of house a charge
an apartment was industrial corporations in ment categories to Negro ap- certainly organized labor,
killed Sunday with a .32 was trying to take the crime rate. opening job opportunities cant It is sending Inter- which claims to be more sodally
up
from his landladyIn High emphasized that be-
pistol she had once acceptedas gun away for Negro workers by view teams to college cam- conscious than man-
her bedroom when it ginning salaries for police officers -
of accidentally -
part payment rent. Roy Wilkins, executive di- puses for the express purrpose agement, can do likewise. In
Miss Mary Garvin, of went off, McDowell increased from $390a rector of the National Association of employing promis- fact, labor should do better."
3201 Douglas Road, was said. month to $429. for the Advancement ing Negro graduates in As an indication of labor's -
shot In the chest and abdo- Five months ago, Miss "This increase would cost awakening consciousness -
of Colored People, in an ad- white-collar and technical' I
men shortly before noon. Garvin witnessed themurder the city about$51,000 a year of its responsibility in
dress at Miami Beach Mon- positions. It is setting up in-
McDowell 29 of Jessie Pressley, a tenantin but we might get more and
John C. day before the convention of plant training courses." this area, Mr. Wilkins citeda
of the same building, sur- the building, and was better qualified" applicants the International Ladies' In pursuing this course, recent editorial by Peter T.
rendered four hours later to scheduled to appear as a for police jobs, High told Garment Workers Union, he added, business is providing Schoemann, president of the
police in Coconut Grove. He prosecution witness in a Reese. AFL-CIO. j jobs "never occupied Plumbers and Pipe Fitters-
was booked by HomiddeSenator forthcoming trial.a Union, AFL-CIO. Mr.

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his union to "take in" minority -

\! 3 Miamians to Receive mem bership.group applicants for

"Despite significant ac-
tions taken by some locals,"
Honorary Degrees at
Mr. Schoemann wrote "this

problem in too many cases
Bethune Commencement has not yet been solved and
the sands timeare running

out."
The Trustees-Faculty principal of Charles R. Drew Recalling some disagree-
Committee of BethuneCookman Elementary School, Miami; ment between the NAACP
College on Honorary Degrees and Mr. Jacob F. Bryan, III. and the ILGWU, Mr. Wil-
77 of Doctors of Law will president of the IndependentLife kins said that "after detailed \\1
w2} be conferred by Dr. RichardV. and Accident Insurance and lengthy discussion with ,

Moore, president of Bethune- Company, Jacksonville, Fla. President David J Dubinsky
Cookman College, at the sixty- Dr. Frederick D. Patterson and with Charles Zimmer-i,
first Annual Commencement president of the Phelps 41 man, including an examination ,{
Exercises on Monday, Mayin Stokes Fund and the United of records and other !i
the Moore Gymnasium. The Negro College Fund, New documents, we both discov-*"'
recipients are: Mr. Baron I York City, will deliver the ered that neither was as badas
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dellirsch Meyer, an outstanding commencement address. had been pictured. The
Miami Beach Attorney and ILGWU has had its prob-
Bill E. Miller, president and Dr. Nathaniel Colston,
trustee of the University of lems, some of great complexity -
Miami; Mrs. Charlotte Ford chairman of tJ1e board of Franklin Federal Savings and Loan within the industry, andit
Association greet Miami's vice-mayor Sidney Aronovitz has met these with charac-
Clark, the former Academic
Harry (center) at the open house celebration of Franklin's new teristic and
Dean of Bethune-Cookman s' downtown building. The new bulldingis located at 111 N.W ." energy Imagination. -
College and presently the features offered by the association are
5th Street. Special
Cain is JESCA safety deposit vaults, located in the background and a "has Mr.been Dubinsky in the, forefront he said,
drive-up teller window with special hours from 7:30 a.m. to
40th Anniversary Celebrationof of the nation's leaders in
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the agency. p.m. our country's movement towards
SpeakerThe One of the special features elimination of bar-

of this program is individualsof Hospital Drops Color Bar riers and the installation of
Golden Age Club of long record of service to justice and equality."
the James E. Scott Community James E. Scott Community The- Tallahassee- Memorial Hospital administrator M. The NAACP leader

Association will observe its Association will be honored Hospital has agreed to com- Mustian told newsmen in an praised the role organized
annual Grand-Parents Day on along with the oldest and ply with the 1964 Civil Rights interview, "We have no labor In support of civil

Sunday, May 23, 3:30 p.m. youngest Grand-parent pre- Law and open its doors to choice but to sign. The Deportment rights legislation. In turn,
at the James E. Scott Homes sent.The Negro patients, physiciansand of Public Welfare he pointed out, the NAACP
Auditorium 7200 N.W. 22nd guest speaker for this nurses. will not be allowed to dis- "has given vigorous sup- .
Avenue. auspicious occasion will be The agreement came Mon- burse (federal) funds to any port to the campaign against"**"
Through this very fine the distinguished and dynamic day night during an hourlong hospital which has failed to 'right to work' laws which
program you are invited to former United States Senator losed-door meeting of the sign the civil rights compliance hamper and deprive
join JESCA in continuing the Harry P. Cain. M RS. CHARLOTTE F. CLARK board of directors. agreement. unions."




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'Ctmr; -*:HifkT NNPA' to Conduct Seminaron



p SfidfMs Negro RevolutionThe : i ': ii It

of the Con-
The first day
flag bearing "knight." science research student at National Newspaper
vention will feature two
Ann Landers, and bugle- the University of Miami, Publishers Association Silver seminars "The sr
on
blowing vanguards were only earned Mona a plaque and Anniversary Convention scholarly Revolution" and t
three of the many featuresof fifty dollars as runner-up in In Louisville, KentuckyJune Negro .
"The Negro Press: Reex.amined"
the Seventh Annual Silver her chosen field.Competing 16-20, has program
will
Knight Awards presented recently students were med an imposing array of Norman Issacs
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at Dade County Audi- required to complete applications speakers. On the lighter side, discuss "JournalismProfession
of the Future"., Nor-
the will a
torium. and attend interviews newsmen enjoy
Sunset Boat Ride the SS man will address the Annual
From throughout Dade for three-man judging on
County, both private and committees. Includedin Belle of Louisville; go to the NNPA Awards Banquet
schools historic Churchill D Montgomery Curtis will
wns
public were weu represented these applications were
by their top studentsin the student's grades achievements where they will lunch and speak on "Newspaper Opportunities
twelve areas of study: and activities: the visit the museum, have a Created by Television" -
English and literature social factors for selection of win- horse race run in their hon- Warren Abrams will
; Miles Park and lead a discussion on: Single
sciences languages music or at enjoya
ners.To cookout at the Ohio River Advertising Rate. Other
Landers
mathematics general scholar- paraphrase Ann will be "The Six-col-
ship, journalism citizenship it is considered a high honorto Bank residence of President umn topics Newspaper" and"New
science art, athletics and be nominated, and upon Frank L. Stanley. Methods of Publishing andPrinting"
speech and drama. nomination by your school in Heading the list of distinguished The Louisville De-
Chosen the.best in their your chosen field you have speakers will be fender memberof
founding
a
respective fields here at become your school's best Carl I. Rowan, Director of the National Newspaper
Carver were Carol Davis, student in that field. the U.S. Information agen- Publishers Association is S 2
LaLeatrice Jones Marva cy and Former U.S. Am- host
Scott, and Mona Bethel. Successful also in previous bassador to Finland "" -
Scoring particularly high years this has been Montgomery Curtis, Director -' -- }J
of the American Press "i'i '\olf -" B.T.W. THESPIANS FIRST RATE
was Mona Bethel in her field the third Silver Knight presentation \ t: iy ,!
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of citizenship. As Carver's in which Carver Institute of Columbia Uni- :"f "\ ,_ The Thespian Troupe of Appearing in the play
Student Council president an ranked among the schools as versity; Dr. Kenneth Clark, : Booker T. Washington High "Fear" are Silver Knight
award-winning ...4-Her andCarol a recepient. head of the Department of '.J'.r:: School recently attended the award winner Reginald Burton -

__u___ Sociology New York City Florida State Speech and along with Airlene Knight
r s' College; Dr. Hyland Lewis, Drama Festival at Florida appearing in the dance are
fl Professor of Sociology, A&M University where they "Miss Tan Florida" Delores
Howard University; Dr. C. with Cllve
presented the one act play Hayes along
H. Parrish, Professor of Sociology "Fear" and a creative dance Pugh, Terrance Hill Billy
University of Louisville "Lost Souls" based on Dante's Clark, Wilfred Rolle Paulette
Norman Issacs, Execu- Devine Comedy. The Troupewas LaRhoda Gloria Right, and
Editor and Warren
tive the only one of the Lovell Richardson.
Abrams, Promotion Man- twenty-four high schools from
ager of the Louisville Cour- all over the state to receive a These two production ,
ier Journal and Times; Bar- superior rating. will be presented in the B.T.W.
ry Bingham, Chairman of "Fear" and "Lost Souls" auditorium Thursday May 27,
i the International Press Institute were presented at the annual at 8:30: a.m., 9:30 a.m., and
; Maurice Henry, President Drama Festival at the Univer- 2:30 p.m. Leroy Washington
of the Kentucky Press is director.
of this
% sity Miami. At festival
i 1 Association and Mayor William b 9 Reginald Burton and ,Appearing in the pictureare I
C. Cowger.ALLAPATTAH Airlene Delores Hayes and Clive
Knight were presented
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RECEIVES BACHELOR OF, performance in "Fear." Souls."

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Ann Davis is valedictorian Marva Joyce Scott is the CHORUS IN CONCERTThe Reverend Jarius W. Dunn AUTO INSURANCE
of the senior classof Carver salutatorian. Her motheris the nephew of the late Rev.
George Washington Carver Mrs. Gloria Dean Scott and Allapattah Junior High Jarius W. Drake, will receivehis Check our new, lower rate and easy financing
High School. Her parents are her father is deceased.In School Chorus will presentits B. S. Degree in Religious IMMEDIATE SR.22 FILING
Dr. and Mrs. Ira P. Davis. the fall she plans to first Spring Concert Friday Education at Florida Memorial Brine this ad to our office and receive a free gift
In the fall she plans to attend either Hampton Univer- night i May 28 in the College in Saint Augustine
attend Fisk University in sity in Virginia oc Fisk Univer- school's auditorium at 8 p.m. Florida this weekend. Attending D. Goodman and Son, Inc.
Nashville, Tennessee. Her sity in Nashville Tennessee. William S. Johnson is con- his graduation is hii "Insurance, Real!Estate, Mortgage"
ambition is to become a Her ambition is to study ductor and Mrs. Berthenia wife, Mrs. Pauline O. Dunn Bu. oe... member AH People Democratic Club
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AGENCY IN THE SOUTH; OPERATING IN

YORK Presi- co-chairman of the National Tq HON. L. L. BROOKS

dent Johnson will soon Women's Committee DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.
name 41-year-old Mrs. for Civil Rights. tJIr PRESIDENT.
Patricia Harris to the **'t. > 'p"r '" s
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.i St. Jints Mti loost ofMu's Olivetti Rfisas $5,000

May 16th, 1965 along with her CO-chalrman
the happiest and Mrs. Alice
was one of Phillips
Day most successful days In the Selma Ward and theirS:
of the ML Olivette one captains reached
Bethel Bap- history their
They women can Hams of New
say and the Pas goal by the
Church, sum of
H.!. SIGISMUND Church the huge, Baptist $5,000.
REEVES Editor and P-bll.Ur "l>eat the sox" off men tist gave On 00
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worshippers a tor, Rev. I. C. Micklns. making the day a
CARTH SUCcess
C. REEVES. Monoglitg Editor when It comes to raising morning -
money. Maybe so. but message that could well this date we observed our both spiritually and fl.
...... of tit. N.n..1 H.wspop.rs PublUlwa Association the men of St. James did be one of his best. 15th Annual Women's Day. nandally.The .
I! themselves proud last Dr. G. W. Hawkins, at The spirit ran high throughout highest Individual
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Sunday when climaxing aMen's night in his Inimitable\ \ the day. We were hon- amounts was raised by co-
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $$3.00 FOREIGN $$6.00 Day drive that net- manner challenged the ored to have as our guest chairman Mrs. Alice Phil.
Entered e* Secana1 Clots Matter ted theem a neat sum church to forge ahead In speaker for the morning lips $529.00 Captain 19
August 9, 1927 at the Poet
Office tit Miami Florida. under the oct of March 8 1876 There Is yet some unreported Its work and be mindfulthat service, Mrs. Lillie M. Dolesof Mrs. I. C. Micklns $343.00
funds to be col- the "little" man is as the ML Zion Baptist Chairman Mrs. Lula Smith

Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue Phene OX 1.Q421 lected. big' as the "biggest" man. Church, Rev. Edwards T. $250.00, The Youth Department -
Besides the boastful His! oration was well de- Graham Pastro,and a mem- Miss Barbara Bren-
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" feeling of having squashed livered. ber of the faculty at the Doug nan and Miss Gwendolyn
Th. NEGRO PRESS believes that America con beat leod the myth that women It wouldn't bp fair to las Elementary School She Robinson Captains 49-50
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accord are superior to men in point out an Inclivdual or delivered a very timely and $203.67, Co-Chairman.
te ovary MOM regardless el roc., creed or color his this respect the men out- group and say. "he's i Is! on the Mrs. Selma Ward, $180.00,
human and legal rights. Hating no awn, fearing no _..-t'". lined and uresented a responsible" for our did f suc his Inspiring theme of the message day: The Role Captain #14, Mrs. VeraAl'bury
Negro Press strives to kelp every wan In the fin belief that well put together program cess. Everyone Women In The 17700.
all Men are kurt as long as anyone Is held bock. htat will tfc hard to beat. part well. Messrs Smith of Christian
The Men's Chorus sang and Sanders. the chairmanand 20th Century, that was enjoyed We extend our sincere
lustily and spirited. Joseph co-chairman and cap by everyone. gratitude and appreciationto
JACK BELL'S DAY Gav superb with his ren- tains are deeply gratefulto Many said "It couldn'tbe everyone who helped
dition of a solo. .all for the support re- done," but the Women of make the day a success."The
The Metro Commission has proclaimed June 1 as Jack The Rev. Ernest Wil ceived. ML Olivette proved that It Church is a Tower of

Bell's Day. Jack Bell (The Town Crier)as our readers know .. .... ... ... ... .. ... .. ...... . ..... could be and did it by breakIng Strength the to Everyone." At
With tend church
has been a columnist for The Miami Herald for 28 years.Mr. ----- -- their own record. of your
Bell having reached three score and ten years '\ \ ["- -- faith In God, and in them- choice Sunday. Mt Olivette
south retirement but did not altogether tsucceed.. selves hard work and a invites you.

goodbye Close to friends him because and co-workers of bin oendina fathered retirement Monday onlv to say to _._ . ./_ I._ .L. 'H .J-\_ ,, ,.. ( strong chairman determination Mrs. Lula Smith, the,, Rev. I. C. Micklns, PastorRtgfsfir

find that despite his retirement, he will write a weekly
"Town Crier column for The Miami Herald. 1850 N.W. MTH STREETCBS

Jack Bell's decision to continue his column in The the roof, Fla room, fenced, $250 down, ....... ... .4t
Herald will be pleasing news to the community in general.
He ia widely known and pretty well admired. $67 .o. Opts 1-5 Suday. Ii
The Metro Commission was thoughtful in proclaiming --- 0 --- I : Now)! V J
June 1 as Jack Bell's Day. We agree he is worthy of such ,
honor. 2012 N.W. BOTH STREET

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President John son of Mrs. Patricia Roberts Harris a 40-
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year-old associate professor of Constitutional Law at I N.W.

Howard University to be the United States First Negro CBS, tile roof, $300 down, 2 flo root, next to Ii
woman ad ass adore school Iii CONSOLIDATE YOUR DEBTS
It is expected Mrs. Harris will to to Luxembourg replacing
Attorney William Rivkin appointed by President --- o --- i DIAL NOW FOR KONEY IN I HOUR WI HOn
Kennedy in November 1962, who has resigned that office. =
Official announcement of Mrs. Harris appointment I FOUR BEDROOMS CBS Ii SMALL PAYMENTS.

awaits approval of the government of the country to which 1760 N.W. S4rh Street. $12,500, FHA. -; $ 1,000 --"..-..-$ 20 MonthS
she will be sent.
This appointment should be pleasant news to Negroes 5 DRIVE BY TODAY, then, cell TU 7-0403. We .g 2,000.---------$ 30 Month
in and out of the United States. Congratulations to the
$10,000 -----$100 Month
ambassador. I have Many other, some $100 dew*. What do you

hove to trade? I LOANS ON VACANT LOTS, HOMES OR ACREAGE1st
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Governor Haydon Bums said a proposal is being madeto i r ( iig' Mortgag.sR.
the U.S. Labor Department for a central state agency to I. laroi
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determine Florida's need for farm labor. The proposed division .. .
within the Industrial Commission would. determinenot ':
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Florida agricultural leaders have been protesting since
Labor Secretary W. Willard Wirtz said offshore labor wouldno -
longer be permitted until the local labor supply was Phil
exhausted.We Ossoftr

l are pleased to learn that there seems to be little It seems strange to me
i if any chance of our State Legislature passing the bill that so much emphasis WOOLWORTH'STRANSISTOR
introduced for dividing Dade County. May it be buriedin Is being placed on dieting
the committee to which it was referred-and let us all while at the same time
say-Amen! people are "eating up"no.els
Now comes Dade Supervisor of Elections Claude and movies: lull of
Brown with a recommendation to the Metro Commission violence and Immorality.
that 88 new polling precincts be set up and boundary linesbe A healthy body is commendable 6
redrawn. The plan gives Dade County 326 precincts.If but can it tru-
ly be healthy If the mind
Supervisor Brown's recommendations are carried out, is being filled with the A iiI' PORTABLE
there should be no reason why. any voter' should find difficulty present day "low spiritual
in exercising his franchise without standing in linesso protin" diet. r
long. This took place at many precincts divine the last What one sees and what a RADIO
electiori and many voters were displeased because they one reads have a great in
were not aoie to cast their votes.RELOCATION. fluence on his comem.tlon. -

which cannot he c &W
the highest order if o i
concentrates on the lower
It's coming! And it won't be long now! Miami Housing things in life. Th, 588
Director Haley Sofge has announced that permits for 144 who become brainW.T
units of relocation housing has been secured and that bids ed into acceptance of y io-
will be requested within 30 days. There will be some lence and
within nine months from immorality as
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) THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 21, 1965 5i

.ro EGELLOC CLUBCELEBRATES B MAMANSTO

MOTHER'S GRADUATE FROM FMCA i .

DAY
total of 106 graduates of
of Florida Memorial College
The mm cbers of the! be awarded
are to Bachelor of
+r Egelloc Civic and Social Science degrees in ceremonies

Club Inc. celebrated its an.to be conducted on campus
Scout Troop No. 581 under the leadership of Mrs.
nual Mother's Day at Monday May 24, it has been
Marie Brown program
enjoyed
an overnight camping trip in Oreynolds announced by acting dean
Park last weekend the home of Mrs. Merelene
,*..**.********.* Kenneth Huenink.
Boston, May 8, 1965. The group, which includes "
Sincere sympathy to OliveAlexander who is in
Nassau
The members and honored some students who matriculatedin
attending the funeral of a relative.
,**..++***+***** guests were treated with a August of last year and

'Mr. and Mrs. William Bullard of New York City are lovely program. Sharor Fen- January of this year, consists
,vacationing in Miami and Nassau. of 65 elementary education S
.**+**********.* nell and Sheryl Lewis were majors, 10 English majors,

'. Congratulations to Edna DeVeaux who was installed as the teenage artists. Gifts 10 in social science, 6 in
secretary of the American Association University Womenon were presented to all mothers religious education, and 2 in
Saturday a brunch in the Miami Springs Villas. of the Egellocs. biology, according to a break-
*******+.****** down issued by the dean's I I'I
After the the
So ,sorry to hear of W. D. Donaldson's boating accidentthat program office.
has him bedded at Christian Hospital. mothers daughters and guests Miamians slated for degreesare
..t**.*..******** enjoyed a wonderful repast

If Luxembourg approves, Patricia Harris, professor of prepared by the most gracious Jo-Ann T. Clark, ErnestB.
constitutional law at Howard University will be thiscountry's hostess. Darby, Jarius W. Dunn, \
first Negro woman ambassador. Garnett A. Ferguson Marvin
*************** Mrs. Mary Edwards, chair-
E. Gaines, Rebecca H. Robinson -
Welcome news to learn that a lighting project has begun
in the Central Negro District. man; Mrs. Ruth Polite co- Franklin D. Ross, and
................ chairman of the Mother's Pay James L. Tucker.SILVERTONE.

James E. Scott Community Association Day Care Program, Mrs. W. F. Jennings -

Committee and Patrons Council hosted a Recognition and president.FRONTIERS.
Appreciation Program at the Hampton House last Friday HOLDS
tom..
evening.
36TH CONVENTIONThe I
***************
The James Crawfords of Richmond Heights have as TO HAVE r.

their Tuscon houseguest, Ariz. James' mother, Mrs. Lucile Crawford of PARTY MAY 30 Convention Silvertone, Deacon Singing E.G. I PATRONS COUNCIL PRESENTS WASHING MACHINE

***sass saas Luckie, president, is holdingits ,
The Miami Chapter of the TO JESCA
36th annual session May
Evangeline Williams of Nassau, Bahamas is visiting in
our city as the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry McDuffie. Frontiers of America are 19-23, at New Bethel Baptist The Patrons Council of James E. Scott Community
inviting their friends to'a
******.******** Church 1571 N.W. 68th Terrace -
Best wishes for a birthday that's perfect through and Memorial Day Barbecue Partyon Rev. Ernest Williams, Association presented an automatic washing machine to
through and for a year that brings the best to Fran k L. Saturday night, May 30 at pastor. Center No. 1 as the second of their two projects for the year. t t.In
''Woodard, Pamela Meares, Gallic Bradwell. Vernon C. Miller, the home of the Ted Plessy's The Silvertone is one of the above picture, the presentation Is .being made by .
Michelle Simons, Etta Clark, Eursla Wells, Earlie Keaton. 3166 N.W. 53rd St. the oldest musical groups in Mrs. Inn Foster chairman of the Patrons Council *"1
and Dorothy Kelly. The evening will be spentin Dade County. Under the leader- to Mrs.
**.************* card playing, pokeno and ship of President Luckie, it Bonnie M. Stirrup, head t.acher.Johnson photo.
On Saturday Links will go "Hawaiian" as guests of other games. Refreshments has made valuable contri-.
Evergreen Murphy when President Bernice Kemp brings down will be on sale.FIFTEENTH butions to communities both I
her gavel on the final meeting of the 1964-65 year. in Dade and Broward Counties. THANK YOU LEGAL NOTICE
*************** t
T Get well wishes to 'Ronald Clark who is confined to BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. Charlie I am not responsible for
Christian Hospital, Lottie' M., Browne, Mrs. D. A. Julius NOTICE Malone wish to thank the many any debts Incurred by
and Mrs. Ida Clements convalesing at home after surgery at Miss Gloria Dean Dismuke relatives and friends for the anyone but myself.
Darville J. Knowles
large number of receivedby
gifts
Christian. The Pink Carnation
...t.....ttt celebrated her 15th birthday cle is Cir their daughter at her wed- May 7, 14, 21, 28
having its 4th Anniversary
Sunday, May 16, with a party
Hope you read the article in the Herald's Sunday Magazine given her by her parents Mr. program, May 23, 3:30 ding reception held on May
section"entitled "James 'Talks' In Art." Jamesis and at Mt. Zion .'._ .
Mrs. Roy Dismuke, Jr. p.m. Baptist S -
an 18-year-old Carver student who is deaf but expresses
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of 325 N.W. 7th St., Apt. 3. Church in the refectory.The .
himself beautifully with brush, pen and chalk.
The guest speaker will be
*************** party was given at
Congratulations to the Miami News' All-Star track team Virginia Beach and attendedby Mrs. Oussie Dobbs. Outstanding w Earl'se
cluding Leonard Jackson Carver; Johnny Brown, Mays; many of Gloria Dean's talents of the community
Charley Marks, Northwestern; George Hudson, Northwestern; school friends and also will appear. Come out and
Mike Hart, Northwestern; Jerry Arline, North Dade and Sam friends of the family. Everyone enjoy an entertaining afternoon K br Looa
I
Marsh, Northwestern. enjoyed a good time. Many with us. Refreshmentswill II
*************** thanks to those who helpedto be served.C. \

Jim and Juanita Rosemond, twin girls, Julie and Janet make the affair possible. C. Miller, presidentParisian Where old and friends meet'R
along with brother Emmett Twine came down, from Sandusky new
Ohio to attend their mother's funeral. Emmett has returned ,
but Juanita and family remained for a few days with Harriett. .
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Congratulations to Carolyn Howard of Girl Scout Troop E. :: ?;:. ; .
855, Richmond Heights who has been selected to attend the
,
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National Round-Up in Idaho this summer. GL 001! >>
*************** lE1'S

Elks of the Greater Miami Temple No. 769 under the =
leadership of Daughter Marion Muldrow is sponsoring their a rx
annual "Dreamboat Ride" on Tuesday, May 25. RoomAT
***************

Real Estate Board will worship at St. James Church on
Sunday, then have their regular meeting with Mrs. Rose 19TH ST. & 1TH AVE.
Tucker of Opa Locka.
****555.4

Mrs. Marv Rolle of Nassau. Bahamas, is spending her v?
vacation in Miami visiting her relatives and friends. She is*
houseguest of her aunt, Mrs. M. Johnson, 1531 N.W. 1st Ct.
****sassaassaas ?4
W
Benjamin Brice dropped in the office of the Miami

Times Wednesday to say goodbye before he left for Cood Grand Opening Fri. May 21 ISCHMgp
Springs Stamford, New York, for the summer. For more than
35 years Mr. Brice has been a constant subscriber to this f Ii
journal and has paid his subscription every year before f

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s Desegregation Federal!

The National Lawyers Guild ',/:
has responded favorably to :
the request of the Mississippi
BY DAVE BONDU Freedom Democratic Partyfor ;
assistance in obtaining b FREE 1
legal counsel to desegregate ,
It has been three years since I last wrote a column for public facilities in Mississippi.
the Miami Times, and after that semi-retirement, I have '
decided to once again take the pen In hand. George W. Crockett, Jr., SAFE
I first would like to thank the many readers of the Times co-chairman of the Guild's
who have been so nice to me,as fans. I wish I could thank Committee for Legal Assistance j
each of you personally for the requests for me to write again. in the South, announced
Much water has passed under the bridge since 1962 and this week that "The Guild !.
many things have happened. Many times when something will proceed immediately to DEPOSIT
happened, in our Miami, I have wished that I was still solicit the participation of
writing so I could give you the message. approximately 20 Desegregation -
Before I go any further, I must pay tribute to a man who Teams of lawyers who
has helped many people, Mud me and I included, out of a rights will be workers assisted in by civil BOX
lot of everyday situations that looked, to tehm, hopeless. I investigators Mississippias and re- :
am speaking of Dave IVobinsky, The General Manager of searchers.
the Sir John Hotel and Sir John Knight Beat. 1 do not be Each team will be asked to
lieve that he has ever turned a deaf ear to anyone who had" undertake the investigation For the lifetime ofJ'ollraccollnt! 1 1A. 1b
a problem, whether they worked for him or were Just friends. and the litigation, if necessary -
Many times we sit and criticize a person, without knowing to enforce Title III of
that person or what he does without publicity. To those 'who the Civil Rights Act of 1964 .
know Dave, know that he has been a true fiend and helperto by obtaining Federal court V .....,$' "-x 1 ,#;,';:;t j.'tj*
all of our people with whom he has come into contact. orders desegregating the pub- .. '*. ,' :
Now, back to my foreword: Therehasbeena great Transition lic facilities in a given county .tit .. lilt ", h p:.J f

in our Race Relations field. Of course, here in Miami, in Mississippi" Alabama or t. ., > J'" t
we have been more progressive than any Southern City in Louisiana. .
"
"The aim of these lawyers
the U.S.A. In
many ways. Our thanks for this go to many
will be to Federal
secure
persons. His Honor, Mayor Robert King High; Rev. Edward
court orders, on behalf of the
Graham, Father Gibson, Dr. J. O. Brown, A. D. people within these countiesto
Moore, Our City Manager, Melvin Reese; Our County Man desegregate the court
ager, Chuck Hall; City Commissioners Dave Kennedy and houses, public libraries, play. .
Hardy Matheson; Attorney Henry Arrington; Luther L. grounds, swimming pools, j j i
Brooks; Donald Wheeler Jones, President of the NAACP; hospitals and similar public I )I
Mrs. Athalie Range of Roosevelt Savings Bank; Attorney facilities in about a dozen of 4 a
General Earl Falrcloth; Garth Reeves, Editor of The Times; Mississippi's most populous 0 ? I I1k
and many, many more. counties, in about seven
Mr. Reese has advocated more Negro Policemen,but our Alabama counties and in three ii rv
fellows will not come forward to apply. Attorney Arrington Louisiana counties. And we &
should run for some type of office, for he would be a goodman hope that the work of these ;
In government. I do not want to overlook any of our lawyers will be completed by '
fine citizens who are doing so much to help make Miami the time the 1965 summer is
:
the greatest City in the world, but if I keep on with these over, Crockett stated.

names, we would probably need every page of the Times,
and I don't think Ye Ole Edltorwould stand for that. Thosewe

have named are a few of many, and they are helping Elks Hove Vast :- You get a safe deposit box free for opening and maintain.
to make this a fine place to live and invite your friends. r
Let's all help to keep it that way. ing a savings account $1000 or more. A safe deposit box

Banding extra for valuables
means protection your your important

PRETTY West GIRL Dunbar OF Elem.THE) WEEK: Cora Kinsey (Teacherat Program GoingUnder documents, and other prized possessions.Limit .

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Kelly)) C. Wilson. (Northwestern the leadership of of one box per family,. or
Sr. High) Grand Exalted Ruler Hobson
POLICEMAN OF THE WEEK: Sherrif T. A. Buchanan R. Reynolds, of Philadelphia,
DISC JOCKEY OF THE WEEK:MUtonButterball Negro Elkdom is soaring to un- FREE

precedented heights. A vast tgI
building program is underway, GREEN STAMPSwhen
If you are wondering what I am doing now. .1 have and state conventions are attracting -
opened a dancing School for our children right next doorto thousand monthly.In .
Lincoln National Bank at 60th Street and 7th Avenue. April of this year, the you open or add to your Savings Account.*
The studio Is called VOGUE SCHOOL OF CHARM, under IBPOEW dedicated the Elks
the direction of Jeanne Lovettu. We also feature a reducing Golden Gateway Apartmentsin I 1000 free stamps for a 500 account

salon, and charm classes for young and old. The main purpose Chattanooga, Term., costing 500 free stamps for a 250 account '
of the charm school is to teach our young ladies and $3 million. Gateway will be i
200 free stamps for a 100 account
with smaller)) and one of the South's most modem
men along out girls boys,poise, manners,
and for the girls charm, make-up, proper and attractive complex. housing develop This offer is for a limited time only I
clothes buying and how to model. ments.In I

The prices are low, so that our parents can afford It and IBPOEW May obtained of this year, ti3 the PLUS 4% % DIVIDEND ANNUALLY (highest rate in Dade) paid
a
In the dancing classes, we have Mr. George Patterson as
million FHA grant to build and compounded quarterly! Accounts opened by May 20th will
Dance Director. This is the typeofschool that has been
our dividends from 1st.
Elks Retirement Center in earn May
long needed, in our area, for our parents are busy tryingto
California, a short distance PLUS a drive-in teller.window for your convenience -open 7:30am ..
and these cold be
earn a living, things taught by pro.
from Los Ground
Angeles. to 6 pm Monday through Thursday Friday evenings 'til 8 pm.
fessionals. Encourage your children from 4 to 54 to enrollIn for this development will be
some of these activities for health,happiness,and a better broken in the very near future. PLUS 31 CHANCES TO WIN EXCITING PRIZES I
way of life. If you are interested, call)) me at 754.2581 or Grand Exalted Ruler
First prize of 25,000 Merchants Green Stamps!
and for
come by, anytime see yourself. Reynolds attributes a Uon'sshare
of the success the 5 second prizes of 5,000 Merchants Green Stamps each I
IBPOEW is realizing to all 25 third prizes of 1,000 Merchants Green Stamps each !
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Frank DuBoise, at the lodges and temples Elkdom, ,
Tlkkl Club In Coconut Grove, told me that he has B. B. their exalted rulers and daughter I---------------- -,
King coming for. a one-nite stand on Sunday, May. 30th rulers. State convention II
Just this
..DaveProbinsky, at the Knight Beat, Is planningbig presidents have also rendered I complete Jingle: I
doings for their customers featuring the "Original yeoman service to IBPOEW I Benjamin Franklin was thrifty and wise.
:
Cousins" (they're a ral swinging band".Dave advancement. I That's why Benjamin would advise I
Marks, well known promoter for the NAACP, has news Florida state president is : A Franklin Federal account for you, I II
for his wife, Mable. He's going to be a new daddy, again W. O. Perry, 1100 N.W. 3rd I
. .Par & Birdie Business Manager, Ernest Hayes, Ave., Miami. I (example: The way to make your dreams come true.) I

Is starting a new fad among local golfers by wearing mink- I Entry blanks. available at Franklin Federal or you may use plain paper. I II
.
lined golf shoes, and if you don't believe it, he will be gladto 'W1' 'w > ,, '4: '
< I Entries must be postmarked no later than May 31, 1965. I
remove his shoes and show you, upon request. . .If 11 YEARS Of RESPONSIBLE
. you Jazz lovers don't know where to go, you can always BUILDING SERVICE TO 1- _ _ __ _'_ __ _ _I
find Charlie Austin's Combo at the Hampton House on THE COMMUNITY Mail or bring entries to: ,

Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. Medina handles the wham BUYING BUILDING .
vocal choruses. . . .
I wonder why we've never seen a Negro working at r CALL STANLEY; .i ..
the Dade County Auto Tag Agency? Is it that, as they : PrankJin
say," they have never applied or qualified". Hog wash, J PL11.' / .

I gay . .Vince Allen, PGA Golf Pro has selected yours truly as Assistant Teaching Pro at LeJune Golf Built. ... Yew Let
Course Driving Range. This is another first for us, in .f Our Jilederalt

Miami, and you can call me at PL 7.2836 for lessons H Attroetfv AI.....- .
t....._d Md....... .
Well, that was nice feeling to write, again, to my people. .Lt U. O..II.h .. ;. THE ./ILLeJIMEJS{JCAN.SitsNGS41fMNits:1'X:7AINhv
Thanks for reading this, and until next week, please remember Your W.,,, OwHaws. . : :
what I always say. LIVE LIFE, EVERY and Build a
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 21, 1965

r.< \ ,. _$ <}. .t.-;, ; tfj;,;(>"'''., ), '
''. ,< "' )I.r: News From The Bahamas t ,.' '", "., *' i .

t, ,w.< .,., ,:
';. ,: .. i. \ ) ", The Bahamas Court of Seven-year-old Michael The Mr. Bond
: .\' 1. Appeals met for the first timeon Bethel son of Mr. and Mrs. .:
April 29 in the Wilfred Bethel, was killed
temporary
Supreme Court building in on April 30 when he was Model of TIP. Week
JI\ Charlotte Street. The three knocked from his bicycle on :.:,
judges are Sir Ralph Sin- East Street South by a taxi
If(
( clair, Sir Audley McKissick driven by James Adderley.
: (1. -
4 : --
''' .. and Sir Paget Bourke. Mem- His death was second traffic
Q 1 Bar fatality for the week and the
,' bers of the Bahamas were A In
sixth for the ." ,..
present to welcome new juriststo year. \ R,'Il"
., k r 5
;;;;;; the colony. 1
; The first case to come be- Servin L. Maycock, 45,
fore the Appeal Court was that was killed accidentally on ,r"'
of Kingsley Moxey, who was April 30 at the Bahamas Demerit -
convicted on Feb. 25 of the plant at Freeport,
murder of Ernest "Decry"Duncombe. Grand Bahamas. Maycock was I' .
The appeal was clearing out the stoppage of t
dismissed. Moxey was represented of the flow in a silo when a \,:VrJJ. /
by Jerome Pyfrom. heavy quantity of gypsum in a
sloping pile shifted and engulfed "
I The body of Leonard him. "' 41f t fleas. s ar
t 1
i Smith was found Thursday ---
morning, April 29 floatingnear Cyril St. John Stevenson, r I N rsrr
the entrance to the a Progressive Liberal Party f
channel to Free Port, Grand representative in the Houseof ,
Bahama. The body was fully Assembly for Andros, resigned -
clothed, including tennis from the party on April
shoes, and there were no 28. Mr. Stevenson's resignationcame
visible wounds except a day after PLP leaderL.
bruises around the mouth, 0. Pindling had taken the
which the authorities believed 165-year-old mace from the
DEBBIE'S PLAYLAND KING AND QUEENThe might have been causedby speaker's desk in the Houseof ".
fish bites. The policeare A sembly and heaved it >
King and Queen of Debbie's Playland Nursery and investigating. a window. breaking it in two. ;:, "
Kindergarten for the year of 1965 and their attendants. The -- At the same session, Milo '

eking is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvester Martin, 2419 N.W. Jerome Greenidge, 60, has Butler, PLP member, threw

*48th St. The queen is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Coney recently been appointed assis- the speaker's hour-glass ''nR Ny' I

of 819 N.W. 64th St. Also the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. hamas.tant postmaster Mr. Greenidge of the has Ba- through Stevenson a window., H. M. Taylor and

James Hildreth of the same address. served in the civil serviceof Bill Cartwright were co-
The attendants to the king and queen are James Ran the Bahamas for 43 years. founders and organizers of the
-Jolph Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. James Randolph' 1080 N.W. He has held the posts ofsecretarymessenger PLP in 1953. All of them MODEL OF THE WEEK Model Nancy Corker is a
is
of the have left the Stevensonhas star performer of Mr. Bond. Nancy already growing
party.
51st St.and Utrlco Bettina Wright daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Board of Education; chief announced that he has famous around town for her demonstrations of Mr.
Joseph H. Wright of 2964 N.W. 48th St. clerk in that department; gone Independent in the House. Bond's Charm and Poise course. Watch Nancy at a
The Debbie's Playland wish to express its many clerk in the Magistrate's show, you will laugh, but you will always want to walk,

,thanks to the parents and friends for their cooperation during Court; clerk in the AttorneyGeneral's happened Something in the brand Bahamas new has on sit and stand correctly.PROFITABLE .
office, and clerk to
[the school year. the Licensing Authority.Ninth May 7 when 6 policewomen, .. ...
8 men and 2 dogs graduated .
into the ranks of the Bahamas
Police Force. The 45-minute
ceremony took place at the
police barracks on East St. BUSINESS FOR SALE
Women constables are: Miss
Theresa Baker, Mrs. Ester GROCERIES AND MEATS
Stubbs, Miss Elsaida McFall, GROCERIES AND FRESH FISH

Miss Anita Bethel and Miss High Volume, Excellent Deal
Hildreth McClain. Constable
Norma Clarke of MangroveCay HARRY J. STEIN LAU F LO 4-2321

Andros who came top BUSINESS CONSULTANT
of the group, was awarded the Ray H. Sullivan Real Estate
Baton of Honor. 2244 E. Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale


Mrs. Susan Rahming, a ,.
oe C H 102-year-old resident of Black
Point. Exuma, was selectedby
the Bahamas Mothers Clubas
"Mother of the Year." She C
was honored by the club at a IT/ EDISON ELECTRONICSCORNER7THAVE.62NDST.
program at the Southern Recreation I
Grounds on Mother's I
.

Day.Mrs.. Rahming has 10 living ,p L' '-.5166GUARANTEED
children and seven dead; 102
1 t N grand children; 60 great- TV REPAIRS

grandchildren and 8 great- DISCOUNT SALES & SERVICETHIS
greatgrandchildren. She i s
still strong on her feet, can AD WORTH $1 ON HOUSE CALL. I

read without glasses and is FACTORY TYPE REPAIRS .
not feeble. 1 \\\J

I Graders Debt in "Buds of Spring" Mrs. A. F, Adderley was r
given the Red Cross Society
Certificate of Honor for
----
Amid a display of prismatic "Distingusihed Service" on
coloring against a backgroundof May S. The award was pre-
tropical scenery the Sigma ___ sented by Miss Ann Hopkins, '
Gamma Rho presented its director of the local branchat
annual Rhomania with the M the Kirk hall.HERE'S RUN
the theme of"Buds of Spring," t LOR-2
at the Miami Dade County
Auditorium, Friday night
May 14.
An added feature' to this
spring occasion was the recognition -
'
of twelve young
boys whose academic achieve- '

ments and conduct were com-
parable to that of the 93 girls rJ'H
that were presented. This
added feature is an attempt so popular!
'to motivate scholastic
achievement among young
boys as well as 'young girlsof
the ninth grade level. Not Sri ;yA
i
only will such' recognition ,
inspire the ,young people of
this age group, but it will .......- .
also give the participating sters, with a dance and refreshments played in this presentation so fiiendlyl
members of Sigma Gamma at the beautiful cannot be estimated: for they
of ballroom of the EvergladesHotel. demonstrated that success in
Rho a feeling purpose.
The "Buds of Spring" presentation preparing young people fo PROOF YOU'LLLIKE
was followed by an Sigma Gamma Rho wishesto adult living must be attained
appreciation to through cooperation from the
evening spent at the Coconut express OUR PRINTING:
Grove Playhouse at which the Miss Cherry Mills, guest home.
soloist, Mr. George Carter,
the portrayal of
group Porgy enjoyed and Bess. Here many Mr. Timothy O. Savage guest The committee that worked Quality Job; Budget Price 's so shy!
pianist, Mr. William Stirrupand diligently with this seasonal
lessons of life were by presented which one in may the Miss Agnes C. Henderson activity is composed of No Job Too large or Small So how did he inherit an elephant..a blonde...and a tribe;

form ways a philosophy for livinga for assistance in presenting Sorors: Mable Barlow, W. of restless natives? JOIN THIS SAFARI AND FIND OUT.!
life. "Buds of Spring." Caretha Bawl, Allene Taylor, Deadlines Met on Time
good The role and Eunice Liberty.1lIlIlImllllllllllllllllllUllllllllllllllllltUlIIl".
that the parents
the The Dade group Auditorium was carried Thursday to 111111III11I"111111I111111I111111I111111I11111I111111I1111 Satisfaction Guaranteedand Robert Mitchum Carroll Baker

night where they of,witnessedthe the Silver g_F';';"" "'.... .,' v '.' + ; a '" r< .:?; .....' ,f our customers come back! III THE FRANK\ ROSS)PRODUCTION
presentations ;'
Knight Awards Here inspiration 'Mister Moses'MEliNAMERCOURI

-for those and who insight might was aspire given to i F, ; Register awtaunrelnnnuumrruatmnanrrnrnrmrmrmnlnnnrnrurtrnnnounllumraa' !" ',: I. Miami Times '--'I.t ------

; .' .. c. L You're cut in
the higher goals of life. I": ; "" pQl PETER USTINOV a on the theft of
Sigma Gamma Rho endedits FOR ALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS CO\ MAXIMILIANSCKElL !Jl the century!
cultural program to the unlimited -
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': Tr : THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 21, 1965 9
J _Ji' "WEEKLY3OCIAL <
'F'I -" !,; : jjjjr- Pretty Hat Tea MT. PLEASANTThe

South Florida Opa-locka
Spiritual -
NOTES L Aw- Singers Union Inc. Rev. F. L. Smith pastor
I s 4r Is sponsoring a Pretty Alice D. Smith, reporter
Hat Tea. May 30 from Services were highly
BY
MB. BOND MODELS : 3:30: to 6 p.m. at the homeof attended on last Sundayand
President and Mrs. the grace of God was
mis past weekend was Serch Crapp HUt NW with us as we endeavored -
very gay. : tr. 52nd St.Modelling. to do his will.
Mr. "Bond Models Oo to: ';: a 3 will be Come and worship withus
per-
The Royal 29'ers Dance formed by many well and help our calendar
held at the Bayfront Park. __known guests narrated rally to he a success on
by
Our good. friend Blanche ___ outstanding hat makers. the fifth Sunday. Let us
Calloway and Mr. Bond Models A wonderful program is always pray for the sick
held the audience at inter planned featuring Miami's shutins and needy.

mission. Nancy Corker was 41 top talents.

styled to represent beauty Judges for the prettiesthats AttentionllLes !!
"Round the Clock;" Susan modelled will be
Allen elaborately gowned and Y. Garth C. Reeves of the

I coiffured. was strictly_ "After Miami Times: Leroy Femmes!
Five,", Janice' Moycock (our lovely Crunes. musician nor hp
echoed the "Gay Nineties" with new junior model) Famous Soul Stirrers: The new line for spring
a
style..dressed up for the formal simple everyday Rev. Ira McCall, DI of and summer coiffures can
evening. Our new expert on wigs Blanche atmosphere of the WMBM; Rev. Lester C. now be yoursl
Collowoy Albert of Albert's Funeral
Sunday afternoon -
brought the
Sixth
and Sister Social Club held Annual Brother Home; Rev. Roscoe
at the VISIT
home
of Jock Mc. Jackson
pastor MacedonIa
Klnxl, Opa Loci -
Bunche Park Social a. Represented at the tea were the M. B. Church E. N. MADAME REGISAt
bird Club Gardenia Circle, Thunder. Taylor, manager Scott The
Club Peace
and Harmony Club, W. A. Chapman Housing Project.
VOGUE
Board BEAUTY FAIR
Progressive Club NO.2. r
Pallbearers Social Other guest will be the
Club, the Young Women's
dent Mrs. MobU Social Savings Club. Presi Eastern Star. Boy's Cho- 233 N.W. 9TH STREET
Wright charming in a pink chiffon Club, Chapter
of the
dress and white hat contrasted with ? ......... Eastern Madam Regis will make
her members t s t Ld Star, Boys Chor-
dressed in white with red corsages. Mrs. Annie! Mac rus of Northwestern Sen- her debut in Miami at the

Harrison manager of Mr. Bond in Fort Lauderdale addressed i tL-- ior High. Mrs. Lucille Vogue Beauty Fair, where
the group on all phases of wigs; the ladies Moore, mistress of ceremony -
she will be
specializingin
enthusiastically took off their hats and tried on Mr. Blanche Calloway.
Bond wigs. "But," said Mrs. Harrison, "Mr. Bond program project WMBM. High Fashion Styling,

goes further than 'the wig," and model Cloudine Allen '.: cutting of all types, including

demonstrated how a lady walks sits and stands. razor cutting,

perfect beautiful carriage.wig deserves to be worn by a lady with a FOR SALE cold setting, tinting, hair
"
k. <61'.i Y <\ weaving and wi styling,
Sunday afternoon .
also
saw the fashion ,
of "Mr. Bond & Annabelle Present" at the Hampton show i 1Lorttta\..... ', .' '. ".' 2 bedroom bungalow. perfect fittings and alterations

House. Annabel! Robertson presented a stunning .. (Fenced In yard) for all wigs
fashion review with fashions won by models Nancy Next door to YMCA bldg. and wiglets.

Corker, Susan Allen, Aialee Hunt and Roi Hill, Green, formerly of CoUmbus, Texas, now residing 2 blocks from school. Ideal
Madam has
Annabelle's fashions were also modeled by five lovely at 773 N.W. 75th St. was a recent graduate with the for family with children. Regis had
hostesses..teachers at Mrs. Cox kindergarten. Anna- High Fashion and ad.
Associate Degree in the She Can be bank
belle's fashions nursing program. is currently financed.
played up color and rich fabric. vanced styling from L'
Richly dressed and elegant in black and gold, was our employed at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. She is the first Located at 1527 N.W. 58th Oneal de Pant of Paris,

narrator and dear friend Blanche Calloway. High Negro here to graduate from this nursing program which 1521 N.W. 58TH STREETPh. also Eeolo' Technique'
point of the show-Blanche Calloway spied a wig on leads to becoming an R.H.I .
OX 1.0627Consult of Paris and studied also
the piano and asked a model to put it on her. The
p
audience broke into applause and loved Blanche : %.< ",'w < < *>>t'v.'.,"' '*: ,! .>' '.,. ..ivss&m, owner for details. under Madame Eve at
"
Calloway more than ever. I; :; : Call after 5 p.m. on week Wilfred's Academy of
Join the
NAACR days.
MR. BOND MODELS WILL MODEL AT New York.

;:l. __. 1A1.. ,, ._ ; ...
The National Association of Negro Business and ._.. : : __...._;:.m 1._'A'_' "'.Ji'EU_ >'
Professional women's Club open to the public Sunday
May 23, at 3 p.m.
"SANDY SAYS"


OVAL According: This to type face can, most wear suitable any hair hair style styles and look are: FROM NOW ON FRESH MILK IS NOT THE BEST MILK FOR COOKING.


nice.ROUND
: Close to face lifted on top, never fluff

out sides. NEW IMPROVED CARNATION IS.
SQUARE: Hair looks best up in twist or slightly VELVETIZED Why? Because Carnation EvaporatedMilk
bouffant, bubble on top looks nice.
has been It's velvetized.What's velvetized ? It's that little extra that
THIN: Never wear hair straight down and close to improved. mean something changes every.

emphasis the face. Best on a style full look.is flip 'or fluffy out sides to draw thing. New i improved velvetized Carnation performs miracles with everyday meals, makes everything better than

should Sandy know.Says: "I'd like to repeat what everyone fresh milk ever could. Makes meat loaf juicier, never crumbly. Makes soups creamier, sauces smoother, and is

1. Mr. Bond models love to give private consul twice as nutritious as fresh milk. New improved velvetized Carnation is the modern, economical, better cooking
tations to discuss personal questions. Call
Mrs. Allen 759-2482. milk. Try the recipe for Meat Loaf Continental and see how much better meat loaf can be when it's made with new

2. Mr. Bond has a wig for every budget. ;i velvetized Carnation.
improved
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,

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CHAMPAGNE SIP

.
The Business and Professional -
Women's Club o
rr
Miami requests the honor 01 r rI
your presence at its Thin:I
Annual Champagne Sip am I

Hair Fashions by Mr. Bond,, NEW! YELYET11E0? F si ; a;,t ..
Sunday, May 23, 3 to 5 p.m.
at the Hampton House

b f. Lounge. Donation is $1.00

Yf
K.EVAIOR .

.
Smiling Eddie Lee Pitt- Register To :
man, popular local busi /i"
nessman. I Is the <
new own- Q .
er c' the Dive-Inn Bar Vote Nowl! <1 '
772 NW 79th St. Phone ; "'!: :.
(TO1-9431! He invites all : M1LKy

his old friends to come
j and meet new friends ,isw i wUtAatit 4 t5t* I
"everyone welcome IncH




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AUXILIARY HOLDS

vII DUAL MEETING

ac flu I Auxiliary Board No. 1 of
Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church
ItI held the regular meeting May

16 with Mrs. Victoria Barnes
and Mrs. Gertrude, Ford hos-
tesses. A dual affair, the ST. MARK BAPTIST

4 GAMBLE MEMORIALChurch group met at the home of Mrs.
r Rebecca Gooding, 1149 N.W. Rev. C. W. Wade, pastor

of God in Christ 1st Place; and, the president, Ollie Mae Howell, reporter

Elder J. C. Jackson, pastorP. Mrs. Matilda McPhee was The St. Mark family invites

Seabrooks, reporter honored with a post Mother's our many Christian friends to
Day gift presented by Mrs. come out and help the No. 1
The Ministers' and Dea Queenie Ross,a member of the Choir celebrate their 30th

cons' Wives Circle is havinga board.A Anniversary, beginning Friday

pre-anniversary tea on Mon Tr' 1 v delicious dinner was night at 8. Concluding Sundayat
S. served following the business 3 with songs of glory
p.m.
day, May 24, at 8 p.m. at the session.
from various choirs of our city.A .
Travelers' Rest Home, 20th The next regular meetingwill wonderful message was

Avenue and 68th Street. be held the second Sun- delivered by our pastor on last
I Iyr
Mother Willie Norris will be day in June. Sunday.Let.

hostess for the occasion, and us continue to pray for
wr + PROVIDENCERev. visit sick and shut-ins.
NEW and our
Mrs. Virginia Simmons will be

the speaker. All interested C. J. Bumey, pastor

persons are very welcome to Claudia Wilson, reporter MARTIN MEMORIALRev.

attend.We $ ; Sunday afternoon May 23, R. H. Johnson, pastor
are happy to report that at 3 o'clock, the Deacon and Mrs. N. G. Holton, reporter

our revival has been very Deaconess will celebrate The morale of the membersand

fruitful in that it has brought their anniversary. They have visitors i is being lifted

forth more souls to the church. chosen for their title "The each Sunday nom wonderful

The Elmer Jones family was honored on Sunday May 9 as New Bethany Baptist Church." Rev. W.will M. deliverthe Maconof messages from the pastor.
Opa-locka,
MT. CALVARY M.B. Church, 268 N.W. 48th Street celebrated Family Fellowship Day. A special program was message.mThe The church was blessed

Rev. S. Atchison, pastor rendered with particular emphasis on mother and family togetherness. Rev. F. L. Carter, the No. 2 Choir will spon- with entire four congregation new members.joined The in

Constance Carter, reporter pastor, invites the public to visit "the church with the big warm heart.Johnson of Miami sor a program the fifth Sun- with the pastor to welcomethe
day night called "Do It Your- new members.A .
The No. 1 Choir of Mt. self." state rally has been
Calvary Baptist Church takes METROPOLITAN A.M.E. MT. CARMEL BAPTISTRev. SALTERS CHAPELRev. The Pallbearer Charity planned. Each state has a

this opportunity to thank eachof D. A. Bradley, pastor H. J. Benson, pastor Society will meet May 28, at captain and several members
Rev. J. J. Williams, pastorM.
for helping to make 8
you Louise McGriff, reporterWe Flossie Marshall, reporter p.m. are requested to raise as much
Bannerman
their 30th Anniversary a reporter Consecration services money as possible. The cap-
success. May the Lord con- The Greater Ward Chapel every Sunday morning at 5.
Metropolitan was really had a wonderful time tains are asked to please see
tinue to bless each of you. filled with the Holy Spiriton Sunday morning in Sunday rendered an after service Sun- each member. The rally will
Let us remember to visit last Sunday. We ended our School and morning service.Our day night in behalf of Men'sDay. CHRIST EPISCOPALOn terminate the second Sundayin
the sick and shut-ins everywhere. second Quarterly Conference.Rev. pastor delivered a very The Male Choir paid a July.

: Pray that they may J. A. Roberts, presiding fine message telling us "A visit to St. Luke Baptist Thursday, May 27 at Members don't forget to
have a speedy recovery and elder of the North Miami Man Caught Doing Wrong." Wednesday night with Mrs. 8 p.m., the Rt. Rev. James L. attend all of the services of
that God's will be done. District, delivered a dynamic The evening message was Underwood in charge. The Duncan, Suffrafan Bishop of your church.

sermon, entitled "Danger, also delivered by the pastor, Ministerial Alliance is being the Diocese of South Florida
P TRANSFIGURATIONFather High Voltage." Sermon scrip- saying to us that "He is On held at Salter Chapel each will administer the Apostolic ST. ARTHUR'S CHAPTER
Our Side." A Monday at 11 a.m. Rite of Confirmation. The
ture was 6th chapter, book of great message;
Elisha S. Clarke, Jr., Isaiah, 1st verse. sure enough God is on our Friends, don't forget you public is invited to attend this WOMAN'S DAY SUNDAYThe
vicar The presiding elder related side. I know he is. are welcome to help celebrate service. The following mem-
that "danger is an in- Sunday is Men's Day and Men's Day. Mr. Rankins is the bers were delegates to the masonic family and
Church School, 9:30 a.m.; tegral part of life." lie spokeof we are looking forward to a chairman. Diocesean Convention held in friends are cordially invitedto
Solemn Sung Mass and Ser- how God lived all of his great day in the Lord. Won't Hats off to our new mother- Orlando, Florida. Mrs. Sarah attend the 3rd Annual

mon with orocession 10:45 life dangerously and if we be you come and be with us. in-law, Mrs. Dora Seabrooks, Sawyer, Mrs. Kate Dean, Mrs. Woman's Day observance of
a.m.; Solemn Evensong with whose daughter was married a St. Arthur's Chapter No. 141
At the service the
servants of Ood, we too must morning Mercay Baker, William S.
Benediction of the Blessed few days We wish the O.E.S., May 23, 3 at the
live our lives dangeroulsy for Rev. W. F. Tanner, Sr. will ago. Sturrup, Arthur Baker and Fr. p.m.
Sacrament 7 p.m. him. He compared Isaiah's bring us the message; at 3 couple much happiness. Theodore R. Gibson. Mrs. Masonic Temple, 1742 N.W.
Events: The monthly meeting conversion with the different p.m., the Rev. O. W. Foster Kate S. Dean and Father 3rd Avenue.
of the Episcopal Church- methods of conversion and the both The speaker i is Mrs.
today. evening message, BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe : Gibson were participantson
women will be held on Sun- Blossie Hale of Ft. Lauder-
Those who did not attend really Rev. Davis of Brownsville various programs.CHRISTIAN .
day at 5 p.m. All women of dale. Don't miss it. Please
missed a soul stirring treat. First Baptist Church. Whenwe Baha'is of Miami will
the church. are urged to bepresent. The Gospel Chorus fur- leave Mt. Carmel on Sun- celebrate the anniversary of AID BIBLE:.come. Refreshments will be

nished the music for the day, day night we can say that our the Declaration of the Bab, served.
The Episcopal Church- and Usher Board No. 1 served. hearts burned while the men of forerunner of Bah'u'llah, CLASS GETS CHARTERThe Mrs. Ida Mae Little, chairman -
women is sponsoring a Night The Lord blessed us with God spoke to us. Let us pray founder of the Bah'i Faith, ; Mrs. Julia Bouleware,
of Games on Friday, May 28 a new member, Mrs. Peggy for one another, and love with a basket lunch picnic at co-chairman: Mrs. Irene L.
at 8 p.m. at the home of Mr. Cox /1325 N.W. 62nd Lane. each other more. Marina Pail: just south of president, officersand Harrison, W.M.

and Mrs. Edwin Rogers, 2571 She was placed on Class No. Visitors are always welcome Dinner Key in Coconut Grove, members of the ChristianAid
N.W. 152nd Terr. The publicis 5 and the Gospel Chorus. and remember the sick 1 p.m. Sunday, May 23. Bible Class of Liberty AMC hallaeySpeaks.
cordially invited. Mrs. Next Sunday at 7 a.m. and shut-ins and those who The Bab (Peralatf, for
City are pleased to announce
James K. Smith president.The .
C. Baptism services will be heldat have lost some of their love "gate") made his' d eclarationon .
Sacrament of the Holy that the organization has recently -
ones the evening of May 22 1844
Virginia Beach. All
members ,
Confirmation will be held on -- I hope that I can reach
been granted a char-
that he the
and friends forerunner
invitedto was of
Rogation Sunday, May 30 at are GREATER ST. LUKE readers of The Miami
the of all the the of Florida.Mrs. .
attend. Officers will meet. return prophets. ter by State Times
and If
9 a.m. with the Rt. Rev. you enjoy
James L. Duncan, D.D. Suf- the pastor at the church and West Hollywood Nine years later, Baha'u'llah M. E. Stevens is the reading it as I do, let's

fragan Bishop of the Dioceseof form a motorcade. Seven per- The women of the Greater revealed that he was the one founder and organizer; the subscribe to it for our
sons will be baptised. spoken of by the Bab. His
South Florida officiating. St. Luke Primitive Baptist love ones and friends out
Rev. Adam Kelly chaplain
tullowers now number in the ;
of the I that
city. am sure
Church's annual Boat Ride, Church extends to you a cor-
Friday, June 25. Tickets are ST. PAUL A.ME. dial welcome to their' Fourth millions in every part of the Mrs. Geraldine Burns, finan- they will enjoy It. Andit
sale. You Annual women's Day world. (See April issue of cial secretary; Mrs. Gloria costs so little you will
now on
may get program
Rev. T. C. Kelly Ebony Magazine for detailed tt glad did.
pastor you
yours from any church member. Sunday May 23. Baker, recorder; Mrs. Eloise
Mary Rawls, reporter description.) I was talking to Miss
Please mark this date on your Guest speakers will be Mrs. All are cordially invited to Baker, treasurer; Miss Edwina Marsha Butler of 2110

calendar. Sunday has been set aside Cora Martin of New Hope attend this picnic. Bring your Lord, vice-president; Mrs. NW IBGth St. about what
by the church as Special Effort Primitive Baptist Church, she thought about
lunch and enjoy true fellowshipwith for-
Ethel Sweeting and Mrs.
ZION HOPE M.B. of Miami 11 Mrs. A.
Day and we are asking a.m.; us. giveness. This is what she
Ware Instructor for the Catherine Dean, sick com-
each member ,
Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor to take an active had to say:
Elizabeth Jackson, reporter part and bring along an extra Carver Ranches Elementary mittee. "Forgive and forget Is
dollar with you. The member School, 3 p.m.; and Mrs. TEMPLE BAPTIST The group operates at no verse In the Bible, but
Church service was spirit- who has the largest family Annie M. White of Bethel The celebration of the h the kind of love that
its 1410 N.W.
building at
ually high all day last Sunday.Our represented will receive a Baptist Church of Dania, 7 3f th anniversary of the we should show when the
pastor preached out of lovely gift. This day has church and pastor is in 58th Terrace. Meetings are need of forgiving some-
his soul. also been declared Family p.m.This is going to be a great progress this week. It held every Tuesday at 8 p.m. one arises. I know that it
We are asking all our mem* Day. day at St. Luke. we will be will close Sunday. That You are invited to join. Is easy to say I forgive:
bets to pray for all the sick Visiting with us on Sunday looking forward to seeing you night a brief memorial but most of us find it
and shut-ins. will be the graduating classof service will be held for all very hard to forget. I am
there.Mrs. ST. BARNABAS W.M.
the departed of the !sure that we can forgiveand
Visitors are always wel- Northwestern High School.We Rosa Harvey is chair-
come to worship with.us. wish man; Mrs. Novella Kendrick, church during those years 5871 N.W. 24th Ave. forget if we try hard
.. to thank our many Rev. E. A. Culmer. "
co-chairman; and Rev. Ralph Their families and friend pastor enough.
members and visiting friend are especially requestedto Mrs. Rowena Richardson Thought for the week:
Sears, acting pastor.
NEW
SHILOH BAPTISTTo who help to make our musical he present. Arrange- reporter Regardless how hard

our many saints and extravanganza last Sunday ANTI OCH BAPTISTRev. ments will be made for Last Sunday morning things seem to us, let's
friends, the women of New afternoon a success both them to he seated togeth- services should be remem- leave it to the all seeing
spiritually and financially. J. W. Stepherson bered by w b o Eyes of God.
Shiloh, 1395 N.W. 69th St., ..... pastorM. er.The everyone
welcome at -- K, Watkins, reporter Training Union of was present. A wonderful So until another week,
your our
presence USHERS' UNIONASSOCIATION Mt. Olivette. Deacon Chas.E. message was delivered by if God's will thanks for
Fourth Annual Women's Day. The No. 2 Choir will spon- Gibson president, and our assistant pator, Rev. reading.
The 'date is May 23. MEETThe sor the following programs for the Training Union of Demerltte. Every heart

The morning speaker will Union Association their anniversary Sunday May Temple. Mrs. Stafford and soul were spiritually
Ushers'
be Missionary Beatrice Royal New 23. The Rev. W. E. Sims and Rain president will close touched. We are thanking Cole for the won.lerfnl
and the evening speaker is will meet at congregation at 3 p.m., and their popularity contest God Rev. Culmer Is on the work she Idol! nil with
Missionary Etta Pinkney Hope Baptist Church, Sunday, Rev. A. J. Benson and con- Sunday 3:30: p.m. with a recovery list. We are gladto the White Rose Club of
Come and let us have a May 23, at 3 p.m. All senior gregation will close the anni- program at Mt. Olivette. have our wonderful the church. Our chairman
joyous time in the name of the and junior ushers are requested versary May 31. Deacon James The public is Invited. The organist. Mrs. Lillian Bro. Sidney Trotman ask-
Lord and help us make our to be present.A Ready is president.The speaker for the occasion Knowles well and ready ed every man of the
program a financial as wellas unique program will be worship services will will he Miss D. L. Hart. to work again. church to start working
a spiritual success. sponsored by New Hope and be dedicated to the graduatingclass The social committeefor No. 1 choir was In hard to make this Father's
Sis. Virginia Foster is Friendship M.B. Church of 1965, Sunday, May Men' Dav headed by charge and No. 2 ushers Dav a day of remem-
chairman; Sis. Louise Knapp, usher boards. 31 at 11 a.m.Dinners Deacon G. E. Hephurn. and No. 2 organist, Mrs. brance. Prayers and God's
co-chairman; Sis. Doris Trody, Deacon David Hudson is will be on sale at will launch the big drive Clara Gardner. We thank speed go out to the sick
and Ellen Rolle Saturday by sponsoring a God for our wonderful and bereaved families.
president ,
reporter; and Rev. A. M. the church, Saturday, May 24.
dinner "'lIe' at tha church president Mrs. Itollamen Prayer changes all things.
Griffin is pastor reporter. Call 635.8329 for delivery.




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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 21, 1965 11


I I L letkvRe-Cookmaii Gets I I : :' :: :3Northweif. 'n Teachers to Betire

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H. p.
-
[$50,000 For Reading Institute

Dr. Richard V. Moore, Bethune-Cookman College. Miss Ethel Grice, Mrs. j
Theodora Brown and D. Alfred
J president of Bethune-Cookman The Institute
will focus on Steward, three members of
College received notification the theory and
problems of
Northwestern's will
faculty
from Miss Florence Anderson, teaching
reading to "
youngstersat retire at the close of this
of the
secretary' Carnegie different levels
Corporation of New York, informing schooling and of varied in their cultural school term. In their honor the
Tri-Hi-Y sponsored an assembly *
| him that Bethune- backgrounds. '
Each
I [cookman College has been teacher in the institute will program Friday, May
14 at 7:30
approved for a grant of observe and teach in a special' p.m. L1 f
Farewell gifts and tokensof
to six reading clinic ..
$50,000 support a which will enroll
appreciation were presentedto :
weeks summer institute in children from "
grades 112. each retiree. Mr. steward j
reading instruction for 30 At the institute, the who is hospitalized .
was represented -
teachers of Florida. Teachersin teachers '
will
plan ways to 1 by his wife who ; '
the schools of Brevard, share their newly acquired \ ,I:
the honors for him. Y
Duval, Flagler, Lake, Marion, learnings with other teachers accepted The cafeteria staff A.A 5Y .lt.: "
Orange, ,Putnam, St. Johns, irt their respective counties. provided {' I '
luncheon for the i
retirees jf/
If': .' f/ ,
Seminole and Volusia Coun- They will also devise special who were escorted by .. r I
ties are eligible to attend. reading programs for their "
Arthur Humes, president of
The institute will be under schools. During the school the Student Council, Clifton MISS ETHEL A. GRICE MRS. THEODORA C. BROWN D. ALFRED STEWARD i
the direction of Mr. John Spa- year they will be given help Major and Richard Powell.
noli director of the reading with these projects by one of Mrs. Annette McNeal, close
clinic for the Dade County the instructors in the institute,,friend of the former teachers, ANTIOCH BAPTIST
Public School System. Assisting who will be employed for a attended the
Mr. Spagnoli( will be 12month'period.. program. 1899 NW 64th St. Ward Attends
--- ------------- Dr.
Mrs. Christine Eve, visiting Rev. P. G. Wiggins, pastor
professor of Bethune-Cookman / Willie Powell, reporter
College, and a reading ON Ftllews .mil The No. 1 Usher Boardis
,HMSfkpJjlf
ConferenceThirtyfive
Atlanta Business
clinician in Dade County sponsoring a rally on

together. Ambrose with, who Mrs.is in IsabelleM. chargeof \: : Rvtk Cl st Grmi l Ldg: \"! J;: p.m.Sunday and afternoon Invite each at and 3:30: I I

;'w m. L.-_____ .______. ___m_.__.. .__.2._ _. i everyone out to help enjoy "
the reading program at --- or more exe functioning, growth and out-
O.U.O. of Odd Fellows of this wonderful pro- cutives of Negro insurance look of all Negro financial
Florida held thelr-two day grom. We have planned a companies, commercial and institutions and relating themto
i session May 3-4, at St. John program for your enJoy- savings banks and savings the total improvement of
M.B. Church corner of 8th ment. If you miss this ,
and loan association from eight the Negro economy.
Street and Summer Avenue program you will miss a
;
Southeastern states second de-
were pre- The day was
1v Rev. J. E. Harmon, pastor. treat.The No 2 usher board sent for a two-day business voted to the whole and entire
j 9 r Monday 3:30 p.m. was moonlight tea on Satur- conference at Harkness Hall, spectrum of "Housing and
Board Meeting. The Annual day night, May 29. Everyone Atlanta University I Atlanta, Home Finance Agencies."
Tea was at S p.m. with Sis- is invited. They have Ga., May 12, 13. The consultants to these
Pf ter Effie Russell in charge. prepared a wonderful The programs included sessions were man at the
Opening program had Mr. II. J. program for your enjoyment data, statistics and dis very top of the agencies.
Goodwin as master of cere- and I don't have to cussions exploring the feasibility They lectured and answered
monies. At 10 p.m. the ban- tell you their refresh- of establishing more questions expertly. An abundance -
quet was held in the social ments are always the savings and loan associations of latest pamphletswere .
hall of the church Host Lodge best banks and insurance made available.
Pride of.Dade City No. 5529, compaines in providing more The entire two-day con-
Bro. Eddie Starkes, Noble .education.! and resources to ference was most rewarding,
Grand and Household of Ruth promote home improvementand stimulating and educational.It .
No. 4998,Sister Mary Marshall, Lee Hamilton, Rebecca Wal- ownership among Negroes.The is highly probable that there
M.N.G. lace Marguerite Thompkinsand discussions consideredthe will be such a conference annually -
WINS HAMPTON rFIVES. Tuesday morning at 9 a.m. Bro. T. Boning. aggrevated financial problems .
HOUSE VACATION business session with the All officers and inmates associated with home
District Grand M.N.G. presiding expressed having a wonderful which Harding D. Young, Dean,
Willie W. Brooks principalof EDNA MAPP OF Sister II. A. Sikes. It session and plan to work ownership and varied., They also are seriously many- Atlanta U. School of Busi-
West Lee plementary hard increase Administration, was conference -
was stressed by the District to membership.Next ness
concerned themselves with
School in Rembert, South Caro- "MAM ELECTED DISTRICT Grand Most Noble Governorand meeting will be held chairman.Dr. .
the role Atlanta School of
lina will be a guest at the in Fort Pierce.Sister .
GRAND GOVERNOR officers that we organizemore Bus In ss can play in development E. Ward president-
Hampton House Motel and juvenile societies on Edna Mapp District
of emeritus of Roosevelt Savingsand
Villas August 713. Brookswon Grand Most Noble management person-
district. The of the Governor;
the
report
The 77th Annual Sessionof Loan
nel to serve in the financial Association represented -
the door prizeat
trip as a D.G.M.N.G. Sister H. A. Sikes District -
was very interest past
the Palmetto Edu- the District Grand LodgeNo. institutions.The both Roosevelt and
Convention recent in Columbia 27 and District Grand ing. She thanked all the Inmates Grand Most Noble Governor first day's sessionswere Lincoln National Bank of
cation and Sister M. Thompkinsand
S.C. Household of Ruth No. 16,-I for their cooperation' ; devoted entirely to the Miami.
during the years that she Mattie Brown, reporters.

Summer Employment Announced served any further; not, she able asked to carryon all inmates aurae

to cooperate with whoever r-
The Greater Miami Urban per month. Training will be {selected to succeed her. owDoyol I
League is presently recruiting provided. Prize for the Household
persons to work as adverti- Other positions are opento having the largest endow-
sing sales personnel for the persons who qualify as department ment increase went to Sara-
summer. Persons working in store and insurances sota No. 3538 and Madison irA Y YOUR BILLS
these positions may earn an ; theater manager; No. 3897 (tied). Money was
average of $40 per dare These accounting clerks; proficient divided between the two.
positions are open to; 'maland clerical l personnel such as Sister Edna Mapp from
female persons between typist, file clerks and receptionists Miami and M.N.G. of Dr. T.P. I
20 and 40 years 'of- age. ; and many other Household No. 1363 succeeded aII II
positions. Persons applyingmust Sister H. A. Sikes as By going to each store and paying in cash? Or by going out, buying

The League is also looking be able to pass pre- D.G.M.N.G. and Sister O. B. mo.iey order, and mailing it? Here's a much handier way, called
for a home se'rViCd representative -': employment aptitude tests Dyson from Jacksonville, I
to work in they Miami in most cases.Interested D.R.N.G. All other officers Il
area. Interested persons and qualified retained their offices. l
should fall within the ages persons should contact Frank Those attending from
of 22.30 and have a bachelors Cowan, Jr., Greater Miami Miami were Sisters Edna Mapp, I II SPECIAL CHECKING ACCOUNTIt JI
degree in home_ econo- Urban League. Phone FR Effie Russell Violet Griffieth,
mics. Starting salary is $500 16476. Hilda Edden. Sarah A. Jones,

I

I Works Like This: I II

II Come to the tincoln National Bank, deposit what.

II I I ever amount you want, and get a book of checks I
(just lOt each-25 for $2.50)).
II
I
I I Whenever you want to pay a bill, lust write a
check for it, in your own home or wherever you

happen to be. No need to carry a lot of cash e I

I I around, or to go out and buy a money order for
each bill. !I


There once was a cowboy named Wright I I You don't have to keep any certain amount in the 'l, I

bank-just whatever you want, in order to cover
I the checks you write. Each month you get a I'm Bessie Rlchbnrg. I
until
tight.
Who habitually drank statement of your account, together with your
Come In and ask for me. I II'll
cancelled checks, which serve as receipts. The I
small charge for all this service is
I
just 50e
per be '
to
While roping a steer, goad helm > ou
month. When you need more checks, simply pick
up another book like you did the first time. open your account.A I

Snared a cow by the ear- I
bank checking account is a useful reference-and everyone can afford one

J JI this easy, inexpensive way.
And found ttlflk to his udder delight. .


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radia.or
newspapers and/or on ber of glasses of milk you drink each day. If '
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in billboards.before All Midnight limericks, May should 31, 1965 be mailed and you wouldn't this be the time to start doing both? I Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday 9(30 am to 2 pm; Fridays 9:30 am to 2 pm I

SEND LIMERICKS TO: MilK. Box 11, Miami 45. Florida and 5 pm to ft pm. Drv! ..ln Window open Monday thru Friday 2 to 5 pm; Saturdays 9 toI

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\ THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 21, 1965

H Mn gMHMe HM nMmMMMMBMHMMgM| MH MMgM MM M RICHARDSON RANGE. j j Mrs. ANNII MI'

MRS. ETHEL ORANGE of
Mrs. Oona Mundy Toli- 6031 N.W. 21st Ave. Apt. 2.
!i CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS ver of 1675 N. W. 5th Ave- passed away at Jackson Twine Buried

nue died at Mt Sinai Hospital Memorial Hospital May 16.
ii on May 11. Survivingare Survivors are 5 daughters Miamians filled Ebenezer
her husband Mr. Henry Lucinda Fain Virginia Mur- Methodist Church to capacityon

: Toliver, a daughter, Reba, raVe Bernice Derico. Ella Mae Monday to pay their final
: IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn father, Rev. Otis Mundy, Trout man, and Ethel Lee respects to Mrs. Annie Mae
I three sisters Miss Debra Twine member of a pioneer
Jones 1 son Clarence Orange
In sad but loving memory of We the family of the late sad but loving memoryof Mundy Mrs. Benita Robinson and other; relatives and friends. family. The Rev. A. D. Hall

EDWARD B. LEWIS our dear husband and Miss Joy Mundy, three Services and final rites to beheld delivered the eulogy.
brothers, David Otis Jr., in Pelham Georgia. Mrs. Twine daughter of the
wish to express our sincere fatherWILL and Donald Mundy two late Daniel Gilmore Adger and
thanks and appreciation to GOLDSMITH cousins and Penny Brodus Adger was
aunts ,many ROY LEE CHERRY of
the many friends and neighbors who departed this life April friends. Funeral services for 1210 N.W. 62nd Lane a victim born in St. Augustine Fla.,
who were so kind during :2, 1958. Mrs. Toliver were held on of a drowning accident where she attended public

our hour of bereavement. May he rest in peace. Saturday, May 15, at The Saturday May 15. Survivors school. She later attended

w Special thanks to the pastor Mrs. Rosabelle Goldsmith New Mt Zion Baptist include 2 sons, 2 daughters Cookman Institute in Jack-
and members of St. Luke
wife Church of Hialeah at 10:00A. : his father James Cherry Sr., sonville.
Baptist Church and the Range The Family M. with Rev. R. C. Solo- 3 brothers James Jr., RobertL. She married the late

Funeral Home. mon officiating. and Leon Cherry aunts Anthony Twine and to this

The Lewis Family -- uncles and other relatives and union three children were
IN MEMORIAM friends. Services Saturdayat born. The family moved to
Mrs. Annie Mae Twineof Miami while the children were
In loving memory'of our 4 p.m. at St. Mark Baptist
CARD OF THANKSI dear motherIC"'f 2009 N.W. 55th Terrace Church. very young and shortly after,
I died at her home on May joined the Ebenezer Method.
!
.
"l1
: }
We the .family of the late 12. Surviving are two ANDRE SAUNDERS 7. and ist Church where she continuedas

daughters, Mrs. Harriet ARTHUR SAUNDERS. 5.. of a conscientious and faith-
a ., Hart and Mrs. Juanita 420 N.W. 46th St. died in their ful worker serving in many

Rosemond of Sandusky, home Saturday May 15. Sur capacities until the end.

Ohio, a son Emmett Twineof vivors are their parents Mr. She was actively engaged
Sandusky Ohio, two sisters -
\ and Mrs. Federick Saunders in many religious social
Mrs. Jessie Adger, and and civic organizations including -
''' .', grandparents and other re-
wi : k: Mrs. Althea Emmerson two
the the.
latives. Services ,for the two Cwest Club
MRS. FLORA B. STRACHANwho brothers, Leroy and Gil- little boys will be held Saturday Friendship Garden and Civic
more Adger grandchildren, Club and the Northwest
departed this life May 1 p.m. St. John Baptist
other relatives and
many
Branch of the Y.W.C.A.
17. 1964. Church Rev. Thedford John-
friends. Funeral services for
Mrs. Twine died on May
Gone but not forgotten.May officiating.
held on'
Mrs. Twine
and were 12 at 6:30: p.m. She is sur
her soul rest in peace Monday, May 17 at 4:00:
of vived by two daughters Mrs.
light perpetual shine uponher. WILLIE GILMORE 741
P.M. from Ebenezer Methodist -
Harriett Hart of Miami Mrs.
N.W. 70th St. passed away ;
Church with the Rev.A.D.
Juanita Rosemond of San-
Edward W. Strachan, May 17. Survivors include his
Hall officiating. dusky, Ohio; a son, Emmett
husband >> wife, Mrs. Eliza Gilmore his
Twine of Sandusky Ohio;
-- mother Mrs. Jannie Lou Gilmore -

1 ML Elisha Smith of 1241 father Willie Gilmore two sisters. Miss Jessie
MEMORIAM
IN
.r N.W. 1st Court died at Jack Sr. and 6 sisters and 2 brothers. Adger of St. Augustine; Mrs.
remembrance j. Althea Emerson of New York
In loving Y Y f son Memorial Hosp., on Services and final rites will
of our dear husband be held in Mayfield Georgia. City; two brothers Leroy and
HOLLIS FIGOINS I._ ... May 12. Surviving arc his Gilmore Adger of New York
rather and grandfather. -"""""' -"'" --
wife, Evelyn,two sons, Eddie
e who departed this life on MRS. VICTORIA WARD MRS. JULIA KELLY of City; two sons-in-law; one
Lee and Smith nieces
Edgar .
i QI. daughter-in-law, ten grand-
May 4. 1965. wish to thank 1304 N.W. 62nd Lane passed
F to her eternal rest nephews other relatives and
who
passed children and other relativesand
the many friends and neigh- ; friends. Services for Mr. May 18 at Jackson Memorial -
May 22. 1959. friends
bors who shared with us the Hospital. Survivors are
"May light perpetual shine Smith were held on Wednes-
loss of loved
our one. Theophilius Lloyd James
19 at the
her. day, May Chapel
1
:I. for upon
Thanks
.N cards Bannister Edward Bannister
your ;
with Rev. F. J. Hicks offi-
1 telegrams and other gestures : 1 brother Isiah Minns; 22 FRANCIS. .
Daughters ciating.
kindness. grand children and 24 great-
Especially do we thank Mrs. Mable I. Daniels grand children and other relatives MR. JOSEPH MACK a well

Rev P. W. Williams and Miss Lottie E. Ward Mrs. Alberta Washingtonof and friends. Servicesat known Magic City Cab driverof

the members of St. Luke Mrs. Margueritte W. Davis 1943 N.W. 2nd Court #1 the Church of God of Prophecy 223 N.W. 7th Street died

Baptist Church the Pallbearer Mrs. Cleomi Bloomfield died at Jackson Memorial the time and date to be May 18 at Jackson Memorial

Lodge No. 15 and the entire x. Hospital on May 14. Survi- announced later. Bishop Davis Hospital. Funeral services

t"dGEORGE staff of Albert Funeral Home. vors includes two sons, Rob- officiating. will be held May 24, 3 p.m. at

--..... --,--- May the blessing of God New Macedonia ert Jenkins,and Frank Brice, -- Francis Funeral Home Chapel.
DEAN be bestowed upon you. 3165 NW 56th Street other relatives and many SAM BAKER of 1150 N.W. Remains will repose in the

who Margaret Figgins Rev. Roscoe Jackson. friends. Funeral services for 49th SU passed away May 19..chapel beginning 1 p.m. on
this lifeMay
departed And pastor Mrs. Washington were held He is survived by his wife Sunday until funeral time
.: Family
JR.! 195 LAs Willie J. Beard reporterThe on Thursday, May 20,at the Mrs. Geraldine H. Baker; 1 Monday afternoon. Survivors
I sit beside the
'ateThlnkfncr lovely CARD OF THANKSWe officers and mem- Chapel with the Rev. F. J. daughter Louise Capers; 2 include his wife; Mrs Stella
bers of New Macedoniawish Hicks officiating. grand children; 5 brothers and Mack; 1 sister Mrs. Nancy
missed of the; loved one the family of the late to thank each and other relatives and friends. McCoy; 1 brother Mr. Ben

No JAMES TRAMMELLof everyone for making ourpastor's Services will be held at Mt. Mack Jr. of New York City
Is
one so accursed by
afte Chicago Ill., who passedon l third anniversarya Mr. Jack Shannon of Zion Baptist Church at a timeto and several other relativesand

No one so utterly desolate April 26, 1965 wish to The success.pastor's message: 1673 N.W. 5th Place died at be announced later friends.
But some heart sincere thanks the Kendall Hospital on
though express our "My sincere appreciationto
unknown and appreciation to all who Almighty God the officers May 14. Surviving are
Hesoonds unto his own. assisted us in our hours of and fine membersof many friends including Mrs.
Mav he rest In peace. bereavement and to those who New Macedonia our Emma Rivers and Thomas
Catherine Dean wife sent floral designs telegrams .sister churches and all of Riveis. Services for Mr. Uturolu tlrm rbtl 'ark

The Family cards and condolences. our many friends for this, Shannon will be held on
my third anniversary as Saturday, May 22, at the HAS Preiiterneit Blots of 8 grave spects or lest

CARD OF THANKS Charles TrammellAnd pastor of this great Chapel at 2:00: P.M. ALSO (1..e o'iatt l sligle( crave space iittmtit
FamilyGracePresbyterian church. May God's rich- Boxes and vaults permitted .
t
t In loving memory of our est blessings:; contlnuous- Wo ore sot fill aid. wo or: still doing besiaes
Iv, reign upon you for- God The pastor. Rev.
Open six week
days
father and grandfather a to servo JOt
ever. Jackson will losa out the
Rev. W. F Savoy pastor Commonly known oa Df. Pho,,'. Cemetery
JOHN II. OUNTERwho This Friday beginningat Tonight, Friday, the anniversary Sunday at 3
5 p.m., the Board of Sun Light Pall Bearers n.m. Deacon Henry Jefferson 3881 III 5TH STREET NE4419I
departed this life May 21,
Society No. 99 will com- Is the president
Ushers will sponsor a Homo phones OX 19199YOU'LL
Johnson
E. Manager
1964.
Bean Supper on the lawn. mence celebrating Its an- Friday night of n ext
There 'Is a garden where Tickets are.50 cents for ,'niversary. Rev. I. H. week choir No. 1 Is sponsoring -
Jesus is waiting. It's a beau- single and 75c counple. Readens of Homestead a song feast. Let's
tiful garden of prayer. Come out for per flavorful and Coconut Grove will be come out and enjoy a

Mary J. Gunter wife food and fine fellowship.This the speaker. Come out and night of wonderful and
Patnerolla Cunningham Saturday afternoon hear the great man of spiritual singing.

daughter from -4::30 and 0'30 the'

Mable Moss Sunday School childrenof <
step daughter Elementary School age
5 Grandchildren will have a party at the Attention All Graduates!

... home of Mrs. Viola Stra-
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chan at 7:30: p. m the
Junior High: and Senior 1 WE HAVE CAPS AND GOWNS TO PHOTOGRAPH YOU
CARD OF THANKSThe Highs will leave by bus
to Virginia B&ich, for 1.LONG BEFORE OR AFTER THAT BIG DAY. COME IN

family of the late their "Hollaballoo Hay-
ANYTIMEJohnson
ride."
DEACON EUGENE CURRY
The subject this Sun-
wish to thank each and ever]', day morning will be: "The
one for their kindness telegrams Weight of Glorv." from II of Miami FIND US

letters flowers and Cor. 4:17.: The pvenlnsr
cards during our hours of be sermon: will be directed TO BE UNDERSTANDINGWhen

reavement. Special thanks to mainly to our youth who

the Range Funeral Home are" now studying youth 1186 K.W. 381h SI. death occurs in your
Eld. Cooper Eld. Eason hiiflopt and stewardship:
Dixie Cleaner Town of Surf- "T h P, Generosity of family, turn to a mortuary
side and Mother Melts Prayer Christ." from I I Cor. 89.: (Corner 12th Ave. & 38th St.) that's received a reputation
Looking back for a
Band.
The Family moment the worship congratulationsto rommlt- Phone 6354748Still for sympathetic help and

f10. Elder Louis Edwards, % /, consoling services -our

CARD OF THANKSWe chairman Hlggs, and choir Mrs.director Ursula -, :__: local reputation is such.

for the fine worship
the of the
family late
seminar of last Sunday

NELLIE KIRKLANDwho study evening.of We"Presbyterian enjoyed the offering the very best in photography .-"-i-1 "My Father in Heaven, help

passed on May 8, 1963 Liturgy and why we PARTIES WEDDINGS GROUPS me never to forget Thy love

wish to express our sincere Worship as we do." it looks up to me In the

thanks and appreciation to all Thanks also to Hj r- CHURCHES PORTRAITS beauty of the flower ."
who assisted us in our hours schell Peterson and Sam-
,. John Henry Jowett
of |bereavement and to those uel Walker who led the BABY PICTURES A SPECIALTY

who sent floral designs telegrams junior high and senior .' w Oscar L. Range
,cards and condolences.L. high In a softball came Plenty Free Parking : :
last Sunday afternoon. a'Ir
Funeral
Home2
C. Kirkland Remember: You are always i' Y
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THE MIAMI TIME .l Friday. 21.

FOR RENTEFFICIENCY FOR RENT

: ;i / : : : ., und 1-bed- $14.00.Partly furn. 1 bedroomapt.
CLASSIFIEDFOR: / 1 I apt} fum.$22..p 0 and up. Free gas and water A LAKE"
I. .. [ Adults} only 7.77-0070, 6041 N.W. 24th Ave. .
'
.. agent..
ROOM. Respectable man or Downtown Area. 1 bedroom
couple. PL 634-6310. furn. apt. All utilities.$17.00
Mickins Rental Agency. NE
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SALE FOR
SALE
EFFICIENCY Cottage. Un- 4-0500.
LIKE furnished.4841 N.W. 16th Ave. Indf
I SEE. the new 3-bedroom NEW 2-bedroom
12 built houses CDS home. Jalousie win- $15 weekly. Call owner Mr. --
bath quality
dows Gross 444-6126 daily, evening Opa Locka Area. :2 bedroom
,
hardwood
open 1-5 Sunday. 4622 NW floors, HI 8-2824. furn. apt. $25,1 bedroom, furn.
21 Ave. and 1940 NW GO kitchen cabinets, completely apt. $21. All utilities. Call

St PL 1-3604. redecorated Inside 566V4 N 22nd St. 1 bedroom Mickins Rental Agency,
and out. This house Is like 6818213.
fum. house in rear. $16 Indf
BRAND NEW CBS fc- brand new! Price Is $9,800 week, immed. occupancy. Keyat
bedrooms on large corner $200 down and $61 month. front house. Call owner Mr. ROOM in private home. PL

lot. $1,500 down, $60 Mo Key at Life Realty, Bro- Gross 444-6126 daily evenings 8-9717 or OX 1-4380. Really Iroker I
pays all. Key at New s ker, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL HI 8-2824. -- ,
Realty, Broker, 4740 NW 9-4371. Open Sundays.NO A nice clean I bedroom furn. ,
7 Ave. PL 4-0655. :270.7N.W.. 51st St. Large 1 apt. in a quiet place at 6306
NEWS SUNSHINE( CLOSING COSTS bedroom turn and unfurn. N.W. 15th Ave. Ph. FR 1-9797 PL 9-8779 ,
HOME MODELS 3-tfedroom: CBS, 2 baths, house. $18 week. Key at rear or NE 41886. Ask for Kelly.
enclosed house. Call owner Mr. Gross ---
42nd front
265 NW Street porch, car-
444-6126 daily evenings HI BEER & WINE Tavern and
42nd port,
267 NW StreetTo newly painted, land- 8-2824. '
Good location.
it is to buy it. scaped. Price is restaurant.
see Keyat o n 1 y Reasonable rent. Ph. 6913874or
News Realty BroKer, $11,000 with $350 down APT. Furnished. Large 1 bedroom 691-0944.
Finest Selections i in Miami
and FHA
4740 NW 7 Ave. PL terms. Key at modem. Adult and childup
4-0655. Life Realty, Broker, 4932 to 3 years old. MU 1-0325. '
NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. FOR RENT OR SALE LOVELY HOMES OPEN

LOVELY CBS 2-bedroom, Open evenings and Sundays LOVELY HOME for small FURN. Very nice, clean NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTS
oak floors, and carport. family. fenced
yard con- newly deocrated 2 bedroom EZ
Terms Len Than Rent
-
$350 down, $60 per month. venient to everything can house. Tile bath large yard.
Key at News Realty, Inc., LOVELY CBS, large Fla. buy like rent. See this today. Adults. No pets. 4111 N.W.
Broker, 4740 NW 7 Ave. room, separate garage, $20 per week. NE 5-5566. 23rd Ave. Call CA 1-2535. 8080 N.NL2IST AVENUE

PL 40655. carpeting, sprinkler sys- Beautiful CBS 3 bedroom, two bath, oak floors, tile
tem. Price is $11,000 $350 FURN. Efficiency. 1 2
or HELP WANTEDCAB
roof and
BEAUTIFUL CBS 3- down and $68 month. Key adults only. Call after 5 p.m. carport. $450 down. $85 month.

bed, 2 Hath, large corner at Life Realty, Broker, NE 5-4369. DRIVERS. Apply at 0-
lot. Built-in appliances, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL --- M28 Society Cab Office 269 NW
$450 down, $85 Mo. Keyat 0-4371. Open Sunday and 3 Room Apt. Adults only. 826 21st St.THE. 70 N.W. rm TERRACE

News Realty, Inc. Bro evenings. N.W. 56th St. $15 week. Large 2 I bedroom>> 2 both, plus Fla room. Only 2
ker, 4740 NW 7 Ave. PL Room POWER OF PRAYER old. '
By appointment only.
years
3 .
4-0655. MODERN 3 bedroom, 2 House. $12 per
bath CBS, tile roof, front week. Fenced yard, hot water Are you sick troubled un- 0-
SHARP CBS 3-bed, plus porch, large natlo bar-b- heater. 1811V4 N.W. 5th Ct. happy, need help?
8431 N.W. 22ND PLACE
appliances. $350 down, que fenced yard, freshpaint. Ph. 6343177. Send for your Prayer Cloth

$71.50 Mo. Key at New Price is $13,000 $400 UNFURN. 2 bedroom duplex. today. Also your birthdate. Lovely CBS; 2 bedrooms, oak floors, and tile roof.
Realty, Inc., Broker, 4740 down and $80 month, FHA. Contributions accepted. total
$12,900
Stove & frigidarie.dining patioin price.
Key at Life Realty Bro-
NW 7 Ave. PL 4-0655.
ker 4832 NW 7 Ave PL 9- large yard. Refined family. REV. MOTHER MCDONALDP.O. -0--

VA FHA RESALES 4371 Open evenings and or 2750$77.50 N.W. weekly.60th St. $90 Call per owner mo. Box 6326 276 N.W- C2HD STREET

MANY CBS 2, 3 and 4 Sundays. 6-2392. Miami Florida 33136
bedroom homes to choose Brand new Sunshine Home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,

from. $100 down, $65 Mo oak floors, tile roof' and garage. To see it Is to 1 buy>> it.
HOTEL. Private baths. Near FOR SALE HELP WANTED
:
Key at News Realty, Inc.
Central
Negro District. -- 0 -
Broker PL 4-0655. ,Reasonable price. $20 000 I 2-BEDROOM CBS, charming DOMESTICS
4BEDOOM down. On bus lines.NE 48487.Lots homecorner lot. Total $11,000 Go to N.Y. Advance travel 821 N.W.57TH STREET

lot, FHA Only CBS$300, down large -of-parking space. $350 down$78 month spotless homes.paid. Top Knoch salaries.of Miami Fine Em- No qualifying. CBS, 2 bedrooms, plus appliances.
home ideal for working couple
payment monthly pay-. FURNITURE SALE. Friday lovely yard for barbecue. Ben- ployment. $750 down. $7,500 total price.

ment $72. Including,' and Saturday May 21 & 22. Kori,Realtor,anytime 751-2243 6353 N.W. 7th Ave. 7517231. 0-
everything. Location 15750 J I,Gas stove, tables chairs, -- .. After 2 p.m. 75100036.
NW 18 Place.. Drive by beds, chest, sofa, etc. 5530i I 5745 N.W. 5th Avenue Indfnni.n 1300 N.W. 82ND STREET
then call Fenster Realty i I N.W. 7th Ct. Drive also Sun. 2-5
Broker, PL 9-8779. -, -- p.m. Big by big 2-bedroom open CBS CARE Brand new CBS, 2 I bedrooms>> on corner lot. Owner

INCOME Property. Immediate large Fla. room on BOARD OUR CHILD In wants offer. $60 per month pays,all.
1474 NW 5 Ave. Fully' occupancy. Price 10500. big corner lot. 12.000 total my: home. OX 1-1569. o-
furn, clean, large room i'2224' N.W. 58th Street. Indf _.
$400 down FHA. Ben-Kori
and all kitchen privileges. We have largest selections of CBS 2 and 3 ,bedroom
Realtor anytime PL, 1-2243
Can be seen anytime. JE! HOUSE. Nothing down, assume --- I homes in lovely Manor Park.
1-1184. Indf mortgage. CBS 2 bedrooms 2-CAR GARAGE NEW HOMES oa

$68 month 3330 N.W. Big corner lot, extra large 2- REDUCED PRICE
NO nt/AUKYNT.! -Modem 210th Terr. NA 4-5475. Call
CBS real comfort-
bedroom a
iMths :3.tile bedroom roof, carporte CDS, 2, -10-5.--_. able home, drive by 1890 NW 615 N.W. 47th Street NEWS REALTYlnc.

Jalousie windows, lovely REPOSSESSION! $66 per mo. Kori. Open 3-5 p.m.
yard, front porch screened 3 bedroom home 2 years new. 1921 N.W. 50th Street
patio, $1.000 down and Custom oak floors. Full price -54th--STREET APT. LOTS 1835 N.W. 41st Street THE BROKER THAT WORKS FOR YOU

take over VITA payments. $11,100 with $1,000 down Aot: Located approx. 1985 NW 54thSt.
Life Realty, Broker. 1932: fast on this great bargain. Vacant land zoned BU-3. 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths, 4140 N.W. 7TH AVE. PL 44655

NW 7 Ave. PL 0-1371.: 1940 N.W. 154th St. City water Owner anxious to sell, cash Fla room, garage.We (Open Sunday from 1 p.m.)
Open evenings and) Sun Call JE 1-6902. deal. Ben-Kori Realtor anytime
days. ----- build order
751-2243. to on our
6 Room Cottage. 50x125 ft.
BRAND NEW! $495 down.Don't 4726 N.W. 15th Ave. Near -- lots or yours. No money -- -
CHILD CARE down. ''''' < < :. (
shopping centers. }Jh' ""t: ,
miss this great ,i" -
r:
3- --- WE BUY LOTS OR HOMES 'lh': 'I' iSlt ,. ,
opportunity to own a You can register your child ; << < I
LIKE NEW CBS. Front porch .. ,
bedroom '*'" 'f. i "'
and 2 bath home large fenced yard freshly now for summer school. Pickup Need Money? Call < '!'o' "'., ''IW: >II' .J
for so little cash. We defy tile and delivery hot meal and
painted refinished floor, BARON JE 81340KOQOOOOOOOOOO OPEN SUN. 2-& EXECUTIVESSEE
691-7988
anyone to heat this deal. roof Price is $10.000 $300 refreshments. Ph. or

Compare before you buy down and $62 month. Key at 696-3248.
THIS 78 N.W. 48TH STREET
any house new or old. Life Realty Broker 4932 N.W.

You buy direct from lar- 7th Ave. PL 94371. Open Custom built CBS beauty. 2 bedrooms, Fla room,

gest commissions builders. No brokerage Sunday. Your choice :: ---g. dining room, garage. Appliance. Central cooling
to -
pay. --
Under construction at the CORNER DOUBLE LOT!! 3- BUNCHE NEW LIBERTY CITY I AREAS system. Floor furnonce, cedar lined closets. $400

corner of 51st and 12th bedroom home CBS plus swim- 8 down. $12,00 FHA.

Ave. Corner 55th St. and ming pool. Lovely location -- 0 --

Oth Ave Call Wynn, JE near buses school, shopping 3 BEDROOM CBS BEAUTY
1-6902. center off NW 36 St. and 17 $100 Dowi -

Ave. FHA $500 down. Call us No closing costs, $400 down, $12,700 FHA. Jolousied
Fenster Realty

lv NO furnished O.UAUFYINO 1 cottage.- Ful-$250; on Broker.this-PL one.9-8779. As !low as $64 lito. porch.Schools Dining buses.room, utility room, appliances, near

-- -- ,
down and move right In! SPECIAL THIS WEEK!! 3-bed- .- ,
Modern' --0--
furniture and
appliances home. Lot
2 bath huge
J "Freshly painted room.100x145. Extra size bedrooms.The -.:! PASS BY THE FOLLOWING CALL US

an,1'el'Y pretty.: Keys at location 25 NW 48 St. Gorgeous, modern, like-new. 3 bedroomssee to
8444 N.W. 14th Court. CBS 3 I bedrooms IK oaths
LIre
Realty, HrokerUX32 FensterRealty >> on
Open 1-5 p m. Sunday. See our other models.
NW 7 Ave.: PL 9-1371.: B roker PL 9-8779. appreciate. many large lot. No closing costs. Only $71.50 mo. $350
Open evenings and Sun LEGAL REALTY down. $11,500 FHA.

days. BRAND NEW!! Luxury Cbs PL 80290ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
MU 8-3923 0-
---- 1965 models 3-bed- B
BY OWNER, CBS -bedroom homes room, 2 bath Fla. room builtin 00 2139 N.W. 87th Street. No qualifying. $68 mo. pays

2 bath located on stove oven. Open for inspection all. CBS, 2 I bedrooms>> front porch, appliances. 2 air
busy NW 17th Ave. at Sunday 1-6 p.m. 1131
conds., washing machine w/w carpeting. Only $1,500
4769, zoned C-4 business. NW 75 St. Don't miss to see
Will show by appoint- them. Fenster Realty Broker Eli HERS down. Take over payments.

ment. Ph. 885-S05. PL 98779. 0--

--- 2251-53-55 N.W. 41st St. Large corner property. Ideal
Lot Nice location, 49 NO OUALIFYINO A YOU
for 3 buildings 3 lots 1 lot.
nursery. on plus extra
St $68 month
between 29 and 30 3-bedroom CBS BEI MOVE UT?
Aves. Will build to suit furnished fenced have down CBS, 2 bedrooms, 2 car garage, 3 bedrooms,diningroom

you. if you have a lot to payment and move in. A bar- BYEXPR CBS duplex, 2 bedrooms each upper and lower.

sell call us. Also we build and repair. Call NE 33198"or PL 12243.
6915851.A SEE M arranged to suit.
LOVELY BEDROOM
BRAND NEW luxuriou: ,Hurry' tosee this CBS air cond' We Have Many Others, Also VA Homes $100 Down,
home that has all of thl rear porchpatio, car porte big Ile .Gr wwal

features the better buyer yard. Drive by 1901 N.W. 93 St. '''' ''''$ 4 -"."/ -,-, ,.. ... ',I ,'
Is look.n:; for with a new Also open Sun. 3-5 P.m. $400 FOR B BUYS "','" '-{'<"

knd, of deal. 1 Mortgage down pHA. Ben-Kori, 'Realtor "di aced ,[ REla"L71l E.11r.KER'
only! $102.81 per month S h o s from 00. Spe to ,
Inspect this beauty Sun people.'"
1-5 p.m. at 817 NW 43 St,. HAND LAUNDRYand 1&Av..151-5551
C NOW! 15.988E .
JE 1-6902. The price i Is 1 experience ironing don -
lower than will guess
you in my home. 691-7844.




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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 21, 1965 __ I

RICHARDSON RANGE J Mrs. Annie Ma

MRS. ETHEL ORANGE of

II Mrs. Oona Mundy Toll- 6031 N.W. 21st Ave. Apt. 2, tvrfed
CARDS MEMORIALS -- DEATHS ver of 1675 N. W. 5th Ave- passed away at Jackson Twine

nue died at Mt Sinai Hos- Memorial Hospital May 16.

pital on May 11. Survivingare Survivors are 5 daughters, Miamians filled Ebenezer
her husband Mr. Henry Mur- Methodist Church to capacityon
Lucinda Fain Virginia
Toliver a daughter, Reba, Bernice Derlco. Ella Mae Monday to pay their final

I I IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSWe IN MEMORIAMIn father, Rev. Otis Mundy, Troutman ray. and Ethel Lee respects to Mrs. Annie Mae
Debra Twine member of a pioneer
three sisters, Miss
laud but loving memory of the family of the late Mundy Mrs. Benita Robinson Jones; 1 son Clarence Orange family The Rev. A. D. Hall
sad but loving memoryof and other relatives and friends.
EDWARD B. LEWIS our dear husband and Miss Joy Mundy three Services and final rite to be delivered the eulogy.

brothers, David Otis, Jr., held in Pelham, Georgia Mrs. Twine, daughter of the
wish to sincere
express our fatherWILL and Donald Mundy, two late Daniel Gilmore Adger and

thanks and appreciation to GOLDSMITH aunts, cousins, and many ROY LEE CHERRY of Penny Brodus Adger, was
the many friends and neighbors who' departed this life April friends. Funeral services for victim born in St. Augustine Fla.,
1210 N.W. 62nd Lane, a -
who were so kind during 2 1958.
where she attended public
held
Mrs. Toliver were on of drowning accident
our hour of bereavement. May he rest in peace a school. She later attended
-r Saturday, May 15, at The Saturday, May IS. Survivors
Special thanks to the
pastor Institute in Jack-
and members of St. Luke Mrs. Rosabelle Goldsmith, New Mt Zion Baptist include 2 sons, 2 daughters, sonville.Cookman
wife Church of HIaleah at 10:00A. his father James Cherry, Sr.,
Baptist Church and the
Range M. with Rev. It C. Solo- She married the late
Funeral Home. The Family 3 brothers, James Jr., RobertL. arid this
1w Anthony Twine, to
mon officiating. and Leon Cherry, aunts
The Lewis Family uncles and other relatives and union three children were
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MEMORIAM
IN friends. Services Saturdayat born. The family moved to
Mrs. Annie Mae Twineof Miami while the children were
In loving of our 4 at St. Mark Baptist
memory p.m.
CARD OF THANKSWe
2009 N.W. 55th Terrace very young, and shortly after,
dear mother Church.
died at her home on May joined the Ebenezer Method,

the .family of the late 12. Surviving are two ANDRE SAUNDERS, 7, and 1st Church where she continuedas

daughters, Mrs. Harriet ARTHUR SAUNDERS. 5,, of a conscientious and faithful

Hart, and Mrs. Juanita 420 N.W. 46th St. died in their worker, serving in many
.' Rosemond of Sandusky until end.
'V.'I. capacities
5 the
15.
1" \ok home Saturday May Survivors
t Ohio, a son Emmett Twineof are their parents Mr. She was actively engaged
J & \ Sandusky Ohio, two sisters in many religious, social
r 'f and Mrs. Federick Saunders
;, ,, R Mrs. Jessie Adger, and and other and civic organizations including -
re-
grandparents
..>.':. t Mrs. Althea Emmerson, two latives. Services ,for the two the Cwest Club, the

MRS. FLORA B. STRAdlAN +g4 1x brothers, Leroy and Gil- little boys will be held Satur- Friendship Garden and Civic

who departed this life May more Adger, grandchildren, day, 1 p.m. St. John Baptist Club and the Northwest
other relatives and many Branch of the Y.W.C.A.Mrs. .
17, 1964. Church, Rev. Thedford John-
friends. Funeral services for Twine died on May
but not forgotten.
Gone officiating.
Mrs. Twine were held on 12 at 6:30 p.m. She is sur-
her soul rest in and
May peace
Monday May 17 at 4:00 vived by two daughters, Mrs.
light perpetual shine upon her. WILLIE GILMORE of 741
P.M. from Ebenezer Methodist
N.W. 70th St. passed away Harriett Hart of Miami; Mrs.
Church with the Rev. A.D.
Edward W. Strachan, May 17. Survivors include his Juanita Rosemond of San-
husband >> Hall officiating. wife, Mrs. Eliza Gilmore his dusky. Ohio; a son, Emmett

mother Mrs. Jannie Lou Gil- Twine of Sandusky, Ohio;

more, father Willie Gilmore, two sisters Miss Jessie
IN MEMORIAM Mt Elisha Smith of 1241 of Mrs.
St. Augustine
Adger ;
.f Sr. and 6 sisters and 2 brothers.
N.W. 1st Court died at Jack
In loving remembranceof a ill Memorial Services and final rites will Althea Emerson of New York
son Hosp., on
our dear husband, be held in Mayfield, Georgia. City; two brothers, Leroy and

father and grandfather HOLLIS FIGGINS __,m_._'____m'_'..'_____._ _'_ May 12. Surviving are his -- Gilmore Adger of New York

---_.... -_tr.. who departed this life on MRS. VICTORIA WARD wife, Evelyn,two sons, Eddie MRS. JULIA KELLY, of City; two sons-in-law; one
Lee and Edgar Smith,nieces,
May 4, 1965, wish to thank 1304 N.W. 62nd Lane, passed daughter-in-law, ten grandchildren -
other relatives and
her eternal rest nephews
who passed to and other relatives
the many friends and neighbors May 18 at Jackson Memorial -
friends. Services for Mr.
May 22, 1959. and friends.
who shared with us the Hospital. Survivors are
"May light perpetual shine Smith were held on Wednes-
loss of our loved one. Theophilius Lloyd, James
her." day, May 19 at the Chapel
Thanks for cards upon
your Bannister, Edward Bannister;
with Rev. F. J. Hicks offi-
telegrams and other gestures 1 brother, Isiah Minns; 22 FRANCIS .
Daughters: ciating.
+ 9 kindness.
grand children and 24 great-
I .. v Especially do we thank Mrs. Mable I. Daniels grand children and other re- MR. JOSEPH MACK, a well

Rev. P. W. Williams and Miss Lottie E. Ward Mrs. Alberta Washingtonof tallies and friends. Services i known Magic City Cab driver

the members of St. Luke Mrs. Margueritte W. Davis 1943 N.W. 2nd Court #1 at the Church of God of Prop- of 223 N.W. 7th Street, died

Baptist Church, the Pallbearer Mrs. Cleomi Bloomfield died at Jackson Memorial hecy, the time and date to be May 18 at Jackson Memorial

Lodge No. 15 and the entire ( Hospital on May 14. Survi- announced later. Bishop Davis Hospital. Funeral services

staff of Albert Funeral Home. vors includes two sons, Rob officiating will be held May 24, 3 p.m. at

---.---- May the blessing of God New Macedonia ert Jenkins, and Frank Brice, Francis Funeral Home Chapel.
GEORGE DEAN be bestowed upon you. 3165 NW 56th Street other relatives and many SAM BAKER, of 1150 N.W. Remains will repose in the

Margaret Figgins Rev. Roscoe Jackson. friends. Funeral services for 49th St. passed away May 19.,chapel beginning 1 p.m. on
who this life
departed And Family pastor Mrs. Washington were heldon He is survived by his wife Sunday until funeral time
Mav 1119&.1'. Willie J. Beard reporterThe Thursday, May 20,at the Mrs. Geraldine II. Baker; 1 Monday afternoon. Survivors
As I sit beside the
fateThlnklnar lovely CARD OF THANKSWe officers and mem- Chapel with the Rev. F. J. daughter, Louise Capers; 2 include his wife; Mrs. Stella

bers of New Macedoniawish Hicks officiating.Mr. grand children; 5 brothers and Mack; 1 sister, Mrs. Nancy
missed.of the, loved one the family of the late to thank each and other relatives and friends. McCoy; 1 brother, Mr. Ben

No JAMES TRAMMELLof everyone for making ourpastor's Services will be held at Mt. Mack Jr. of New York City
one is so accursed by
afte, Chicago, III., who passedon third anniversary Jack Shannon of Zion Baptist Church at a timeto and several other relativesand

No one so utterly desolate. April 26, 1965, wish to a The success.pastor's message: 1673 N.W. 5th Place died at be announced later. friends.

But some heart though express our sincere thanks "My sincere appreciationto the Kendall Hospital on

unknown and appreciation to all who Almighty God the officers May 14. Surviving are
Responds unto his own. assisted us in our hours of and fine membersof many friends including Mrs.

Mav he rest in peace. bereavement and to those who New Macedonia our Emma Rivers, and Thomas

Catherine Dean wife sent floral designs telegrams sister churches and all of Rivets. Services for Mr. Huirolu .,mortal park

The Family cards and condolences. our many friends for this, Shannon will be held on
my third anniversary as Saturday May 22, at the HAS Prtlittratit plots of 8 grave poets or Ittt

CARD OF THANKS Charles TrammellAnd pastor of this great Chapel, at 2:00: P.M. ALSO Inatdlott. slaglt grove space iRttrvtit

i FamilyGracePreabyterian church. May God's rich- Boxes and vaults permitted

In loving memory of our est blessings continuously Wt are lot fall aid wt are .till doing bisiitts

reign upon you for- God. The pastor. Rev. 0 .. six week
Jays to
father and grandfather, a serve yea
ever. Jackson will rlos! out the
Rev. W. F Savoy pastor known ,,'. .
Commonly as Dr. Pho C *Mt.ryMl
JOHN H. GUNTER This Friday beginning Tonight, Friday, the anniversary Sunday at 3

at 5 p.m., the Board of Sun Light Pall Bearers n.m. Deacon Henry Jefferson NW SIll STREET NEW13I
who departed this life May 21,
Society No. 90 will com- Is the president
Ushers will 19199YOU'LL
OX
sponsor a Horn phonot
E. Johnson Manager
1964. Bean Supper on the lawn. mence celebrating its anIversnry. Frldav night of n ext
There 'is a garden where Tickets are.50 cents for'' Rev. I. H. week choir No. 1 is sponsoring -
Jesus is waiting. It's a beau- single and 75c counple. Readens of Homestead a song feast.:: Let's
tiful garden of prayer. Come out for per flavorful and Coconut Grove will be come out and enjoy a

Mary J. Gunter, wife food and fine fellowship.This the speaker. Come out and night of wonderful and
Patnerolla Cunningham Saturday afternoon hear the great man of spiritual singing.

daughter from .4:30: and G'30 the

Mable Moss Sunday School childrenof
Elementary School :
step daughter age a
5 Grandchildren will have a party at the Attention All Graduates!

home of Mrs. Viola Stra-
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chan at 7:30: p.m. the
Junior High* and Senior WE HAVE CAPS AND GOWNS TO PHOTOGRAPH YOU

CARD OF THANKSThe Highs will leave by bus
to Virginia Betich:: for LONG BEFORE OR AFT ER THAT BIG DAY. COME IN

family of the late their "Hollaballoo Hay-
ride." ANYTIMEJohnson
DEACON EUGENE CURRY
The subject this Sun-

wish to thank each and everyone r. day mornin will he: "The .1
for their kindness, telegrams Weight of Glorv. from n. of Miami ,,., FIND US

letters flowers and Cor. 4:17: The pvenlntr -
cards during our hours of be- sermon will he directed t TO BE UNDERSTANDING

reavement. Special thanks to mainly to our youth who

the Range Funeral Home, are now studying youth 1186 N.W. 38th 51. < < R When death occurs in your
Eld. Cooper, BId. Eason budget and stewardship: =
Dixie Cleaner, Town of Surf "T h Generosity of t4, family, turn to a mortuary
side and Mother Mells Prayer Christ." from II Cor. 89.: (Corner 12th Ave. & 38th St.) that's received a reputation
Looking back for a
Band.
The Family moment, congratulationsto Phone 6354748Still for sympathetic help and
the worship rommlt-

'<">. Elder, Edwards! : i': f/>- consoling services -our
chairman and Mrs. Ursula .
,CARD OF THANKSWe Higgs. choir director, t local reputation is such.

for the fine worship
the family of the late :
seminar of last Sunday
We the the best in photography ......
NELLIE KIRKLANDwho evening.study of "Presbyterian enjoyed offering very "" "My Father in Heaven, help'

passed on May 8, 1965 Llturtry and why we PARTIES WEDDINGS GROUPS me never to forget Thy love

wish to express our sincere Worship as we do." it looks up to me in the

thanks arid appreciation to all Thanks also to Hpr- CHURCHES PORTRAITS beauty of the flower ."
who assisted us in our hoursof schell Peterson and Sam-
John Jowett
(bereavement and to those uel Walker who led the BABY PICTURES A SPECIALTY Henry

who sent floral designs, tele- Junior high and senior 4 Oscar L. Range
grams,cards and condolences.L. high 'n' a softhall game Plenty Free Parking '

last Sunday afternoon. Funeral Home
C. Kirkland Remember: You are always i f
lAnd Children welcome at Grace!

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THE' MiAMITIME Friday; ,'i for/2( ife" 11

FOR RENTEFFICIENCY FOR RENT -

: : ( : : and 1-bed- 1400. Partly furn. 1 bedroomapt.
'
CLASSIFIEDFOR; : ': ; 'I' : 'j iipt. furn.$22..r>0 and up.Adul.H Free gas and water. "ON A LAKE"
[ I 7.77-0070,
.. .. '.. .. agent., only 6041-N.W.-24th Ave. .

I ROOM. Respectable man or Downtown Area. 1 bedroom
couple. PL 634-6310. furn. apt. All utilities $17.00
Mickins Rental Agency. NB
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SALE FOR
SALE
EFFICIENCY Cottage. Un- 40500.

j SEE' the new 3-bedroom LIKE NEW 2-bedroom furnished,4841 N.W. 16th Ave. Indf
CBS home. $15 weekly. Call owner Mr.
12 bath quality built houses Jalousie win- Gross 444-6126 Opa Locka Area. 2 bedroom
dows daily, eve-
,
hardwood
I 1-5 Sunday. 4622 NW floors furn.
open ning HI 8-2824. furn. apt. $25,1 bedroom
kitchen
21 Ave. and 1940 NW GO cabinets, com- apt. $21. All utilities. Call

St PL 1-3604. pletely redecorated Inside 566W NW. 22nd St. 1 bedroom Mickins Rental Agency,
and out. This house Is like 6818213.
furn. house in rear. $16 Indf
BRAND NEW CBS 2- brand new! Price Is $9,800 week, immed. occupancy. Keyat

bedrooms on large corner $200 down and $61 month front house. Call owner Mr. ROOM in private home.. PL

lot. $1,500 down, $60 MC). Key at Life Realty, Bro- Gross 444-6126 daily, eve- 8-9717 or OX 1-4380. rooster Realty Broker I
ker, 4932 NW 7 nings HI
pays all. Key at New 8 Ave PL 8-2824. -- ;
Realty, Broker 4740 NW 9-4371. Open Sundays. --- A nice clean 1 bedroom furn. ,
7 Ave. PL 4-0655. 270-72 N.W. 51st St. Large 1 apt. in a quiet place at 6306 I
NEWS SUNSHINE NO CLOSING COSTS bedroom furs and unfurn. N.W. 15th Ave. Ph. FR 1-9797 PL 9-8779 ,

HOME MODELS 3-l1edroom CBS, 2 baths, house. $18 week. Key at rear or NE 41886. Ask for Kelly. I

265 NW 42nd Street enclosed front porch, car- house. Call owner Mr. Gross ---
267 NW 42nd Street port, newly painted, land- 444-6126 8-2824. daily evenings HI BEER & WINE Tavern and.
I it is to buy it. scaped. Price is restaurant. Good location.
To see Key o n 1 y Reasonable rent. Ph. 6913874or
lat News Realty broker, $11.000 with $350 down APT. Furnished. Large 1 bedroom 691-0944. Selections I
and Finest in Miami'
4740 NW 7 Ave. PL FHA terms. Key at modern. Adult and childup .
4-0655. Life Realty, Broker, 4932 to 3 years old. MU 1-0325.'
NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. FOR RENT OR SALE LOVELY HOMESOPEN

LOVELY CBS 2-bedroom, Open evenings and Sundays LOVELY HOME for small FURN. Very nice clean, NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTS

oak floors, and carport. family fenced yard convenient newly deocrated 2 bedroom EZ Terms Less Than Rent
$350 down, $60 per month. to everything can house. Tile bath large yard.
Key at News Realty, Inc., LOVELY CBS large Fla. buy like rent. See this today. Adults. No pets. 4111 N .W.
Broker, 4740 NW 7 Ave. room separate garage, $20 per week. NE 5-5566. 23rd Ave. Call CA 12535. 8080 N.K.2IST AVENUE

PL 40655.BEAUTIFUL. carpeting sprinkler sys- Beautiful CBS 3 bedroo., two both, oak (floors, the
tem. Price is $11,000, $350 FURN. Efficiency. 1 or 2 HELP WANTEDCAB
roof and down. month.
$450 $85
CBS 3- clown and $68 month. Key adults only. Call after 5 p.m. carport.

bed, 2 Hath, large corner at Life Realty, Broker, NE 5-4369. DRIVERS. Apply at -0-
lot. Built-in appliances, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL --- M28 Society Cab Office 269 NW
$450 down, $85 Mo. Key 9-4371. Open Sunday and 3 Room Apt. Adults only. 826 21st St.THE. 70 H.W. arm TERRACE

I at News Realty, Inc. Bro evenings. N.W. 26th St. $15 week. Large 2 bedroom, 2 bath, plus Fla room. Only 2

ker, 4740 NW 7 Ave. PL Room POWER OF PRAYERAre years old. By appointment only. '
.
MODERN 3 bedroom, 2 House. $12 per
40655.i bath CBS, tile roof front week. Fenced yard hot water you sick troubled unhappy 0-
SHARP CBS 3-bed, plus porch, large natio bar-b- heater. 1811ft N.W. 5th Ct. need help?
8431 N.W.22HD PLACE
appliances. $350 down, que, fenced yard, fresh Ph. 634-3177. Send for your Prayer Cloth

$71.50 Mo. Key at New paint. Price is $13,000 $400 UNFURN 2 bedroom duplex. today. Also your birthdate. Lovely CBS, 2 bedrooms, oak floors, 'and tile roof.
Realty Inc. Broker, 4740 down and $80 month FHA. Contributions accepted.
total
$12,900
Stove & frigidarie dining patioin price.
Key at Life Realty Bro-
NW 7 Ave. PL 4-0655.
ker 4932 NW 7 Ave PL 9- large yard. Refined family. REV. MOTHER MCDONALDP.O. 0 r-
4371 Open evenings and 2750 N.W. 60th St. $90 per mo. Box 6326
VA FHA RESALES or $77.50 weekly. Call owner 276 N.K.42ND STREETBrand
MANY CBS 2, 3 and 4 Sundays. 6-2392. Miami, Florida 33136
bedroom homes to choose new Sunshine Home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,

from. $100 down, $65 Mo. oak floors, tile roof and garage. To see it Is to buy it.
-HOTEL. Private baths. Near FOR SALE HELP WANTED
Key at News Realty, Inc.
Central Negro District. --- 0-
Broker PL 40655.4BEDROOM .
Reasonable price. $20,000 2-BEDROOM CBS, charming DOMESTICSGo
down. On bus lines. NE 4-8487. homecorner lot. Total $11,000 to N.Y. Advance travel 821 N.W. 51TH STREET
CBS largelot Lots of parking space. $350down$78 month ,paid. Top salaries. Fine
spotless
FHA. Only $300 down No qualifying. CBS, 2 bedrooms, plus appliances.
-- horns Knoch of Miami Em-
home ideal for working couple s.
payment, monthly pay- FURNITURE SALE. Friday lovely yard for barbecue. Ben- ployment. $750 down. $7,500 total price.

ment $72. Including and Saturday. May 21 & 22. Kori,Realtor,anytime 751-2243 6353 N.W. 7th Ave. 7517231. -- 0 -
everything. Location 15750 Gas stove, tables chairs --- After 2 p.m. 75100036.Indf.
NW 18 Place., Drive by beds, chest sofa etc. 5530 5745 N.W. 5th Avenue 1300 N.W. 82ND STREET
then call Fenster Realty N.W. 7th Ct.
Drive by also Sun. 2-5
open
Broker, PL 9-8779. --- Brand new CBS, 2 bedrooms, on corner lot. Owner
p.m. Dig, big 2-bedroom CBS CHILD CARE
INCOME Property. Immediate large Fla. room on BOARD OUR CHILD in wants offer. $60 per month pays,all.
1474 NW 5 Ave. Fully occupancy. Price 10500. big corner lot. 12.000 total my: home. OX 1-1569.! --0--
Turn clean, large room I 12224' N.W. 58th Street. Indf
$400 down, FHA. Ben-Kori
and all kitchen privileges.Can Realtor anytime PL 1-2243 We have largest selections of CBS 2 and 3 ,bedroom

be seen anytime. JE HOUSE. Nothing down assume ---- homes in lovely Manor Park.
1-3181. indf mortgage. CBS 2 bed- 2-CAR GARAGE NEW HOMES -
--_- rooms, $68 month 3330 N.W. Big corner lot, extra large 2- REDUCED PRICE
NO OtL\T.1FYiNGModern 210th Terr. NA 4-5475. Call '
bedroom CBS a real comfortable
:T. hE-IIt'oo\l1 CHS 2Iwths 10-5. home, drive by 1890 NW\i 615 N.W. 47th Street NEWS REALTY Inc.THE
tile ,
roof c.irpnrte.: ----- .
jalousie windows, lovely REPOSSESSION! $66 per mo. Kori. Open 35 p.m.
yard front porch screened 3 bedroom home 2 years new. 1921 N.W. 50th Street
---- BROKER THAT WORKS FOR YOU
patio $1.000 down and Custom oak floors. Full price 4th STREET APT. LOTS 1835 N.W. 41st Street
take over FHA payment $11,100 with $1,000 down. ..:t Located approx. 1985 NW 54thSt.
Life Realty Broker 1032: fast on this great bargain. Vacant land zoned BU-3. 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths, 4140 N.W. rm AVE. PL 4-0655

NW 7 Ave. PL 0-1371. 1940 N.W. 154th St. City water Owner anxious to sell, cash Fla room, garage. (Open Sunday from 1 p...)
Open evenings and Sun Call JE 1-6902. deal. Ben-Kori Realtor any

days. ---- time 751-2243. We build to order on our .
6 Room Cottage. 50x125 ft.
4726 N.W. 15th Ave. Near -- lots or yours. No money -
BRAND --
NEW! $495 down. .
Don't miss this great shopping centers. CHILD CARE down. "\ '''it''''' l' 'I ; I
opportunity to own a 3- -LIKE--NEW-CBS. Front porch You can register your child WE BUY LOTS OR HOMES If > '(' ..!Jl/.A- J < I I '

bedroom and 2 bath home large fenced yard freshly now for summer school. Pickup Need Money? Call l: "t : 'rA 'u 'J.i": ;> _
for so little cash. We defy tile and delivery hot meal and
painted refinished floor BARON JE 8-1340 OPEN SUN. 2-6 EXECUTIVESSEE
Ph. 691-7988
anyone to heat this: deal. roof. Price is 10000. $300 refreshments. or
Compare before you buy down and $62 month. Key at 6963248. i
THIS 78 N.W. 48TH STREET
any house new or old. Life Realty Broker 4932 N.W.
You buy direct from lar- 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open <<<-- ---------- OOOOOOd Custom built CBS beauty. 2 bedrooms, Fla room,

gest builders. No brokerage Sunday. Your choice . dining room, garage. Appliance. Central cooling

Under commissions construction to at pay.the CORNER 'DOUBLE LOT!! 3- : BUNCHE PARK & NEW LIBERTY CITY AREAS .1. system. Floor furnance, cedar lined closets. $400

corner of 51st and 12th bedroom home CBS plus swim- down. $12,00 FHA.

Ave. Corner 55th St. and ming pool. Lovely location. 8 -- 0 --

9th Ave. Call Wynn, JE near buses school shopping t H 3 BEDROOM CBS BEAUTY
I-f OO2. center off NW 36 St. and 17 I $100 Dowe -
FHA $500 down. Call us I
Ave.
this one. Fenster Realty I Ho closing costs, $400 down, $12,700 FHA. Jalousied

NO OUAUFYJNC! Ful- on Broker PL 9-8779. I As low as $64 11I0.' porch. Dining room, utility room, appliances, near
lv furnished cottage. $250; __._- I Schools, buses.
clown anti<<1 move right in! SPECIAL THIS WEEK!! 3-bed- I

Modern furniture and appliances 2 bath huge home. Lot .,... --0--
room. ".:: -
| Freshly painted 100x145. Extra size bedrooms. : PASS BY THE FOLLOWING CALL US
and very pretty Keys nt The location 25 NW 48 St. Gorgeous, modern, like-new CBS. 3 bedroomssee to
8444 N.W. 14th Court. CBS 3 bedrooms IK) baths
LIfe
Realty. BrokerH Fenster: on
Open 1-5 p m Sunday. See our other models.
: appreciate. many
NW 7 Ave Pit 9-1371. Realty 8 roker PL 9-8779. large lot. No closing costs. Only $71.50 mo. $350
Open evenings! and Sun LEGAL REALTYMU down. $11,500 FHA.

days. BRAND NEW!! Luxury Cbs PL 80230Soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
8-3923 0--
----- 3-bed-
models
1965
BY OWNER. CBS 3-bed- hop room cs,2 bath Fla. room built 2139 N.W. 87th Street. No qualifying. $68 mo. pays

room, 2 bath located on in stove oven. Open for inspection all. CBS, 2 bedrooms, front porch, appliances. 2 air
busy NW 17th Ave. at Sunday 1-6 p.m. 1131 w/w
conds., washing machine carpeting. Only $1,500
4769, zoned C-4 business. NW 75 St. Don't miss to see
Will j show by appoint- them. Fenster Realty Broker H E B PERS.A down. Take over payments.
ment. Ph. 385-?805. PL 9-8779. 0--

-- 2251-53-55 N.W. 41st St. Large corner property. Ideal
Lot Nice location, 49 NO"QU ALIF YINO YOU
for nursery. 3 buildings on 3 lots plus 1 extra lot.
St. $68 month
between 29 and 30 3-bedroom CBS MOVE UT?
Aves. Will build to suit furnished fenced have down CBS, 2 bedrooms, 2 car garage, 3 bedrooms,dining

you. if you have a lot to payment and move in. A bar- BY room, CBS duplex, 2 bedrooms each upper and lower.

sell call us. Also we build i jain. Ben-Kori Realtor anytime RBAN 1EWALIF Appliances in all. Substantial down payment. Terms
and repair. Call NE 3319STor PL 1-2243.
arranged to suit.
691-5851 -
SEE MIle
BEDROOM
LOVELY
A BRAND NEW luxurious Hurry to see this CBS air condo We Have Many Others, Also VA Homes $100 Down
home that has all of th rear porchpatio, car porte, big .Gr w0-
features the better buyer yard. Drive by 1901 N.W 93 St.
Is luokn;; for with a new Also open Sun. 3-5 p.m. $400 FOR B BUYS
knd, of deal. 1 Mortgage down PHA. Ben-Kori, 'Realtor 1rRrl1t NER
"di aced
only! $102.81 per month S h o s from 00. Spe to

1-5 Inspect p.m. this at 817 beauty NW 43 Sun St. HAND LAUNDRY people.'" MLZlfc" : Av :J&5551

JE 1-6902. The price i Is and experience ironing done 1 C NOw! 1 5- ., ,_ ..

lower than you will guess,. in my home. 6917844.




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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 21, 1965 F

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U.S. GovciNMMt Project NORTHWESTERN NEWS

I Students from Miami Bowe'

; Exhibit at Northwestern pated western in the High recent School skills ,, sec former Mayor Melvin

test for Industrial Young on Friday,
At Miami Northwestern jury, and to own property are Clubs of Florida May |i has May 28 at 7:30 p.m. at the
the I loudly voiced in displays of at Florida A&M NAACP Northwest Branch YMCA,
ordinary which pattern of events court rooms, lovely homes, First place honors hopes 408 NW.14th Terrace. The
are likely to
the of occur during and voting polls. ceived were: George 58th an- banquet will follow the soc
( run a normal school
day
has been Our freedoms to worship, television; Wilfred of the ial hour which begins the
students of interrupted as the to speak freely, and to assemble radio repair; Dwight Colo.. evening.
Mrs.
Doris Hutcheson's are voiced equally as dry cleaning; Jerry July 4. Young was in office
United States Govern- loud in each ski'llfully-def body and fender; and : as 196365. Mayor Young feels
ment classes have turned theschool's signed church and community. Floyd, oratorical. : Beth- that he was part of a positive -
attention to the Projects on "Civil Liberty," place winners were: i Church program to help rid the
social studies department.In "Habeas Corpus," "Eminent Kichen, typing; s She is northwest of the slums, to
keeping with her policy of Domain "The Glover daughter,
Equality of cosmetology set up an Urban Renewal
having seniors do yearly projects Man," "Our Chetished Pos Pitts, cooking and Chester -Agency to take off the
as a part of their final sessions," Political Par and Samuel White, parliametary books of the city of Fort
evaluation, 27 students have ties," and two electrically- procedure. Joseph served as Lauderdale the Car For Hire
,;: presented products of their operated projects, "How We rows placed third in t LaUder- Las and to put the Negro
own creation in conjunctionwith Get Our Laws," and "How and bricklaying. the day taxi in business for the first
this year's theme" : "Our Much Do You Know About AccompanyinK students i >nittee's time. The hiring of a quali-
American Heritage. These Your Country?" All serve to the trip were Helen Bush I NAACP fied librarian. a move to geta
projects are presently on dis- remind the ,viewer .of the just Willie L. McElroy. Father sewer bond to sewer the
play in room 211 so that the
and appreciable elements in of Miami the icty which Is only 27%
school administration, student our American of life and
way HOLMES ELEMENTARYMORE sewered. The Bi-Racial
body, and any interested member
our American heritage whichhe Advisory Board achieved
of the community may is apt to take for granted. Com-
GOOD NEWS FOR more in a short time in the
view them.
The students are proud of PARENTS!! integration of Ft. Lauder-
Given a complete six of their achievements the citi-
and
dale than at any time with-
weeks period in which to develop
rightfully so; imagination, We are now registering preschool area out advanced publicity.
his project, each hard work, long hours, and children who will will hon-
student set forth with one
extensive and intensive
research 5
old
years on or
main objective: to depict
those ideas and ideals of have gone into each January 1, 1966. If you Recreation News
creation. The display, which interested in having
the American way of life, openec to the public on Thurs- child attend please :

under a democratic govern- day, May 6, will be open until,.birth certificate and (S.H.); Jimmy Powell (S.H.);
ment, which distinguish our Monday, May 17. with tour him/her as soon as possible.Registration Sth and Bernard Wallace (S.H.): 9.2;
country as free and unique. guides who furnish the needed will be done between to Suni- 100 yd dash: Ray LassiterS
The rights to own business, information concerning each the hours of 2 and : in ( ); Tyrone Wallace (S.II.);
t to protest, to vote, to trial by
project.I p.m. and Bernard Wallace (5.113: 11.9:
to Miss 220 yd dash, Tyrone Simmons
fcx?a# Mrs. 'bens C. Crowder, represent- (S.H.); Albert Jones (S); Larry
1 The girls Lipkins (S.H.) 30.5; There i
: Opportunity Act Provides Principal Gwen were several other contests.On .

;! Delores the 26 of May, there
I CARVER ESSAYISTSWIN Lynes, will be a "Night of Stars."
I E Jobs For Mays Students AWARDSAs Doyle Talent from all over the county
will be competing for prizes.
li The Economic OpportunityAct Faison, Dorothy Isreal, Lottie evidence of that old boys With the night of stars, the
of 1964 is a dream come McGuire, Ruth West, Brenda adage, "The pen is mightier Semonila staff at the center closes the
., true for many students of Jackson, Rosa Jones, Shirley than the sword," three of Hialeah fall and winter program.On .
Mays High School. Lundy, Kay Madry, Samuel Carver's students were awarded in an June 10, registrationfor
The pupil population from McComb, Barbara Mcintosh., prizes recently in an essay Re- the summer program begins.
Mays has supplied teacher Jeanette Walker. contest, sponsored by the : Jimmy Everyone who deisres good
,, aides, clerical aides, library Some positive signs of the Greater Miami AdvertisingClub nIaaDlllni8nIIIID1IIIII1"1II1I"t Wallace wholesome fun and recreationis
aides, recreation assistantsand Neighborhood Youth Corpsare in which they competed (S), 35; invited to come in and register -
custodial helpers for its : improvement of pupil initially against students in Wallace for this summer program
t own school program(80 pupils), attitude toward class work, school and Finally against (S.II.); which promises to be
the Community School Program improvement of pupil attitude essayists in other schools for .): 6.5; bigger and better than ever i
at R. R. Moton in Perrine toward the dignity of labor, top honors. Wallace before.
(60 pupils,), the Community imporvement of pupil attitude Subject for this year's
School Program at Florida towards the rble of the teacher contest was "AdvertisingThe -
City Elementary (16 pupils), improvement in attendance, Voice of Free voice" Ushers Union
Frank C. Martin Elementary improvement in general be- The essays were judged on
(4 pupils), and Goulds Ele- havor, good public relations originality, clearness of beau-Day" To MeetThe
mentary (3 pupils). promoted between the home thought, factualness, and neat- Yel-
Pupils employed at Pine and the school, opportunity ness. Submitted essays were at- montnly Union of
Villa and Goulds Elementary provided for pupils to continue supposed to number no more the day the Ushers' Federation
Schools are recipients of work their education above the than 1,000 words, but could and Association will Me held
aide scholarships. These 12th grade. contain less.Competing. Ben Sunday. May 23 at 3 p.m.
pupils will assist first grade Teacher's spirit upliftedas in the contest Da- It will be held at New
teachers for two hours daily; a result of relief from some were tenth eleventh and and Shtloh M. B. Church. 1395
they have the opportunity to of their work NW 69th St. Presidents
a paper Improvement twelfth graders. Many of the Queen
earn and learn simultaneously.The in pride for better grooming writers recomposed numerous Shelia please remember to bring
entire board to this
your
recipients named .below on the part of pupils, times, but it paid off as the meeting on Thursday
will be provided free tuition expressions of budgeting and selection committee of Carver Mar- night.A .
and books at Miami Dade saving have been indicated, chose the school's top eight very unique and elab-
Junior College for two years. provided experience which essays. Essays chosen were Car- orate program has been
make pupils develop a sense by Julia Wilcox, Michael Zel- planned for your enjoy-
Betty Brown, Columbus of responsibilityand ,improvement Sease, Sherrel Simmons, ment.
Brown, Cynthia Dennis, in the ability to follow William Gibson, Janice Perry, educa-mem- Please come! YoU are
Randolph Desmore, Barbara directions. Debris Johnson, Flora Mc- all oth- most cordially invited.

Knight, and Gwendolyn Ross. to Deacon Edwin Ramsey,
: Following these selections, that we president Willie J. Beard
9 j jI
: Northwestern Chorus the essays were sent to the reporter: Rev. A. M. Griffin I
I I sponsoring club and the results pastor.
were as follows: I
Presents Spring ConcertThe 1st Place, Janice Perry,
$25; 2nd Place, Julia Wilcox '" ', ,,,,, "
concert choir of the sopranos; James Hanna, $15; 3rd Place, GwendolynRoss : l' ELEGRONiCS '
Miami Northwestern Senior bass; Daisy Brown and Sandra $10; Honorable mentionin ; : ::, ,
High School will present its (Beeks, altos. ?. the county awarded to ; : ':- : ,::t ",

Annual Spring Concert, The chorus has given a Janice Perry. !' AYE ,& '62MB 'STEEJ\ ,:'\)
Wednesday night, May 26that number of community con- Funds for these awards in ,
.
8:00: p.m. in the school auditorium. certs and rated "Superior"on the various schools were PL I-S788 V&;,tl,:'j ;
the district and state levels provided by sponsoring organizations TUBE, SPECIAL '
The featured work, along of the Florida Vocal Asso- ; for example, ; y\tfi:::

with a variety of choral and ciation Contest. Carver was sponsored by ; Tube $21 ; :' ?;{ !i
dance numbers, will be ex Bonded Rental Agency. '- '
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the Boys' Octet and the Girls' labeled as informative OF TVS REPAIRED
cert.The tj
Glee Club will perform. concert chorus is un- I ,, % r.i ",
Soloists fro the concert der the direction of ArthurL.
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May '21, 1965 15

S Spearing with*........ 1 H.rifcw.stiri' Wins "'StittChiMiioiship >,

S' Looking theWORLD,',
,1M gii

0'- ,_ ....
'
Willie Reynolds fanned 13 Palmer added runscoringsingles
and Willie Rogers contri- to the Northwestern f\SPORTS 1-II
buted a two-run triple as attack as Reynolds limited !

Northwestern Florida High Interscholastic capturedthe Lincoln to two hits. it \i

Lincoln 000 000 100-1'2 3
-.:.- Athletic Association baseball _*
fc .M. nan HJMf **]***
L- BY HARRY SPEAR crown with a 5-1 victory over Northwestern
.ia: (; --UV '
Lincoln Hi&h' Tallahassee 202 er
010 OOx-5 0 '
Saturday night at Tampa. .t:' .' .: ...... .,.$
Boxing at Standstill in Miami Robinson and Davis; Rey-
And BeachI Gary Robbins and James nolds and Gilbert.
Looking the Sports World Over Is proudly taking this
am sorry to say that boxing is at its opportunity to salute Mr. Ishamel Sharpe for the generous
lowest ebb here in Dade County. There is no abler Opens With long; contribution he is making to the community of Opa Locka.
reason for it. I have run into a good many It was Indeed a pride-tinkling sight to see Mr. Sharpe
fight fans who ask the question, "When will Stakes surrounded by more than two dozen enthusiastic boys,ages
Begin Saturday 7.13 thdr turn to be one of the
there' be another show?" I, myself cannot answer eagerly awaiting placed on
two or three Little League baseball tams he is forming.
them. It is not that they don't have the Flagler Kennel Club, Mi All 32 entrants will see He seemed to be a modern day Pled Piper using a lure
fighters here, or the accommodation for them. ami's favorite dog track Isoff action in Saturday's com of understanding, compassion and kindness to draw the
We have a couple of small clubs vacant, also and running toward another petition over the 7/16ths boys to him; where there were two dozen individual prob-
mile
auditoriums open for dates but when we have More record-breaking than 10,000 season. Points course.will be awardedon lems he had dissolved it into one;; that is to find placements
were
one promoter do it all what can be done? Wednesday night for present the an 8-6-5-4-3-2-0 basis for all the boys who came to him.
This statement comes from the mail I re- opening.A with the 16 top point-scorers Commendable is the job he is doing and Mr. Sharpe
ceive at my desk. If more is paid to this sport, field of 32 distance running advancing to the semifinal solicits very little help; but it Is bovious that he can use
I imagine it will turn out to be specialists will face the round to be held Saturday, all the cooperation he can get from grateful parents or
a success, solet's
starter Saturday (May May 29th. other citizens of the community who has an interest in the
wake up and see what can be done. I
22nd) for the qualifying The eight greyhoundswith healthy well-being of their children.
hate to keep on writing the bad points, but round of a$5,000 Marathon the highest number of Again we say much praise and thanks to Mr. Sharpe.
when the small clubs were running this writer Championship Stake as the accumulated points from the
was a great booster and want to keep on Flagler 1 I Kennel Club qualifying and semifinal NEW' ERA TO HOLD FOURTH ANNUAL MAY'22nd
being so. launches its overall $120- rounds will advance to the 23rd.:
finals scheduled for June 5th.
Look The 000 stakes program on the Oscar L. Vinson's New Era Golf Association of Macon,
A at Heavy Figh'tAfter'
third Ultimate winner will receive
night of the 1965 sea-
Ga. Is In full swing with plansfortheir Fourth Annual New
having been pushed around. from son. $2,100 withl,050go- Era Open Tournament to be played at Bowden Golf Course
one state to another we wonder if the the pro- r May 22nd and 23rd.
posed title heavyeight fight will be as good as I Entry fees of S 15.OOfor Ladies and Amateurs and $20.00for
it looks on paper. GREYHOUND RACING Professionals may be mailed to Oscar L. Vinson, Jr.,
Neither Clay nor Liston coulr step in the 623 Hall Street, Macon, Ga., 31201. .
shoes of Joe Louis. Why I say this is: Take a The top 20 pros will receive prize money ranging from
look at Joe's record: Defended his title more POST rIM' $350.00 to S25.00.
1..1---- First, second and third place trophies for each flight
time in than other in 8:00 P.M.
one champ the
year any among amateurs, seniors and ladies will be awarded.
world. Louis record : 71 fights ,not counting lJU'II'u.t' U.S
exhibitions ,knock outs including TKO's; 54 FLA. BALL ROLLS MAY 29

won :by decisions; 14 knocked out by 2 ; lost by For the eighteenth time the boys from Florida residingin
decision 1. How can one compare Clay or Son- The Big City have made plans to give their nostalgic
ny with one of the greatest of all times; a apctites a feast and invited all from near and for to havea
and a gentleman. This is all I can write about Ball with them Saturday nite, May 29 at the Rockland
boxing through lack of action.
I still predict Liston will win in the early Leonard "Bum" Smith and his arranging committee as
t;a R in the past have gone all out to secure the best entertain for
rounds, say around the 4th or 5th. their guest. This year Pat Jenkin's big band will have the

spot light.
Sorry to hear Bernnie Soto, one time a great
fighter around these parts, entered Mt. Sinai '1k.N.t/.s'a Sr.yA.uslA.wples.
Hospital to undergo an operation. We hope ."' ing for second place, $630 cayne marathon champion;
NOW! for third, $420 for fourth Earl Baxter's Mac's Lamb,
Let's and
for speedy get together
a recovery. and $200 each to the remaining star of the 71 16ths 'divisionof
send him a get well card._ TWIN DOUBLE four finalists. Flagler's $20,000 Kennel
has made and broke many many of our busi- Heading the large field Medley series last summer,
are Jerry Alderson's Junction and Gene Randle's Euchered,
Marlins Joe, winner of the Blue a distance star at the recently
Are New LookingBall
a Ribbon Stake at Taunton, conclded Hollywood meet
Club Mass., last fall; Les Cole's ing.i"c .
Terry.,Stroemer, 1964 Bis-
The Miami Marlins are the most improved ..--.- -.-. w
ball club in the league. Before a capacity --- ,
crowd last Saturday they gave the fans what

they came to see action. ,
From the first inning till the ninth there t ,

was good pitching, timely hitting and superb
fielding. While writing this column they have

they won 9 keep games this out up. of their last 12. We hope t .1 t tt .1Y


Steve Kolinsky, Joe Liss, Ron Allen, Jim x
Ruane and the rest of the team are coming t t tt
around in fine shape. Also with the help of

some new talent., I wish to impress upon the

minds of readers of this paper that you can t t tt"
not have a better night's enjoyment than

watching a ball game by these young players.

Why not get up a party and go out. Carry the t tt
whole family. The prices are very reasonable :

Box seats $1.50, general admission $1.00, t y
children thru 17, 50c : senior citizens 65 50c.

Free 5-5395.parking. For information phone NE htit4 tjaie t t tt


The Florida State League race this seasonis t 1ti Ii, t tt

one of the closest in history for this time of
year. With the first half season already four

weeks old, only four and a half games sepa- ,
rate league-leading Orlando from the ninth t
I
Place Marlins. West Palm Beach, St. Petersburg ._.., .
Sarasota and Ft. Lauderdale are all only /; ( _-

one half game behind the Twins. Daytona t '.... J. t
Beach is in sixth place, one game out, while f "

Leesburg is seventh, a game and a half out. : .

Tampa is eighth, three and a half game behind t Gil Tuner Bobby Dykes in Madison Square Garden t
with the Marlins four and a half out.
Cocoa is in the cellar, seven and a half behind.' Don't be Counted Out I
,
Two more new additions to the Marlin M ,

roster are pitcher Buddy Hobbs and outfielder t ,
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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 21, 1965

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I' HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS] EASTERN Scout AIRLINESGirl Troop 377

: 4', ec toured the Eastern Airlines
******* '
Airport Saturday May 1. Mr.
Moo Uer, our guide took us
U.S. Government Project NORTHWESTERN NEWS through the largest jet air- I(
that Eastern Airlines
Students from Miami Northwestern plane ------Dy Walter Bowe :
High School oartici has. We saw the cockpit
Exhibit at Northwestem pated in the recent skills contest where the pilot and copilotsit. Mrs. Florence Neal sec- or former Mayor Melvin
Rv for Industrial Education After we saw the cockpit retary of the Ft. Lauderdale "Cy" Young on Friday,
jury and to own property are Clubs of Florida May 14-13 Mr. Moeller took us to see the branch of the NAACP has May 28 at 7:30 p.m. at the'
At Miami Northwestern the loudly voiced in displays of at Florida A&M University.First gallery where the food is entered the "Mrs. NAACP Northwest Branch YMCA
i ordinary pattern of events court rooms, lovely homes, place honors 'received kept. Then we sat down in the Contest" which she hopesto 408 N.W. 14th Terrace. The
which are likely to occur during and voting polls. were: George Stewart passenger's seats asked Mr. win a trio to the 58th annual banquet will follow the soc-
.( the run ,of a normal school day Our freedoms to worship, television; Wilfred Minus Moeller some questions about convention of the ial hour which begins the
has been interrupted as the to speak freely, and to assembly radio repair; Dwight Hepburn, the plane and pretended we NAACP in Denver Colo.. evening.
students of Mrs Doris Hutche- are voiced equally as dry cleaning; Jerry Lawson, were taking a trip. June 27 to July 4. Young was in office
son's United States Government loud in each skillfully-de body and fender; and Legate Mr. Moeller carried us to Mrs. Neal serves as 196365. Mayor Young feels
classes have turned the signed church and community. Floyd oratorical. Seconc the ramp tower to see how secretary of the New Bethel that he was part of a posi-
school's attention to the Projects on "Civil Liberty," place winners were: Pegg)directions were given to the Orimitive Baptist Church tive program to help rid the
social studies department.In "Habeas Corpus," "Eminent Kichen typing; Patricit pilot. Afterwards we went on Roosevelt Gardens. She is northwest of the slums to
keeping with her policy of Domain" "The Equality of Glover cosmetology Lero the obserbation deck and observed the mother of one daughter, set up an Urban Renewal
having seniors do yearly projects Man," "Our Chetished Possessions Pitts, cooking and baking; deck and the planesas Mrs. Wilkie English Chester Agency, to take off the
as a part of their final ," Political Parties and Samuel White parliamentary they ascended. and de- of Greensboro.Mrs. books of the city of Fort
evaluation, 27 students have ," and two electrically-, procedure. Joseph Bur cended. Neal has served as Lauderdale the Car For Hire
presented products of their operated projects, "How We rows placed third in block We tried to purchase sand- secretary ot tne ru Lauderdale Las and to put the Negro
f. own creation in conjunctionwith Get Our Laws, and "How and bricklaying. wiches but they were too ex branch since the day taxi in business for the first
this year's theme: "Our Much Do You Know About Accompanyina students on pensive, so on our return we of the Johns Committee'sin time. The hiring of a quali-
American Heritage." These Your Country?" All serve to the trip were Helen Bush and stopped at Burger King and vestigationof the NAACPand fied librarian. a move to geta
projects are presently on dis remind the viewer of the just Willie L. McElroy. had a delicious lunch. the day when Father sewer bond to sewer the
play in room 211 so that the and appreciable elements in We had a wonderful time. Theodore Gibson of Miami the icty which is only 27%
school administration student our American way of life and HOLMES ELEMENTARYMORE We would like to thank the was on trial. sewered. The Bi-Racial
body and interested Eastern Airlines and Mr.
any mem- our American heritage whichhe Advisory Board achievedmore
ber of the community may is apt to take for granted. Moeller for giving us this The Public Affairs Com- in a short time in the
view them. GOOD NEWS FOR wonderful experience. Some mittee of the Northwest of Ft. Lauder-
The students are proud of integration
PARENTS!!
Given a complete six of their achievements and day we hope to take a real branch YMCA and the citi- dale than at any time with-

weeks period in which to develop rightfully so; imagination We are now registering airplane ride.Members zens of the northwest area out advanced publicity.
his project each pre- who went on the of Ft. Lauderdale will hon
hard hours
work long and school children who will be
student set forth with one extensive and intensive tour were: Barbara Ballard,
research 5 old before
years on or
main objective: to depict have gone into each January 1, 1966. If are Linda, Brice Bonita Bullard
you Dude Recreation News 1Last I
those ideas and ideals of creation. The display, which interested in having your ( Troop 409) Claudette Cleare County
the American way of life, openec to the public on Thursday child attend please bring Bertha Cobb, Johnnie Davis
under a democratic government May 6, will be open until birth certificate and register Sharon Davis. Melinda Harris week Miss Bannerman S.H.); Jimmy Powell (S.H.);
which distinguish our Monday, May 17. with tour him/her as soon as possible. Patricia Hunter, Patricia I chaperoned 8 of our 5th and Bernard Wallace S.H..): 9.2;
country as free and unique. guides who furnish the needed Registration will be done be- Inman Jamesina Johnson I 6th grade girls down to Suni- 100 yd dash: Ray LassiterS
The rights to own business information concerning each tween the hours of 2 and 3:30 Troop 409), Lela Knight land Park to participate in ( ); Tyrone Wallace (S.H.;
to protest to vote, to trial by project. p.m. Gale Lemon! Sandra Marshall the countywide track and Bernard Wallace S.H.): 11.9:
l Sheila Miner Charlotte Murray field day. According to Miss 220 yd dash Tyrone SimmonsS.H.
,
r ,,' ', ,< ,."..--'y- -,'",-'" ",,- Mrs. fhena C. Crowder, Leola Parks Evelyn Bannerman the girls represented ( .); Albert Jones (S); Larry
Pringley Emily Robinson. the area well. The girls Lipkins (S.H.) 30.5; There
Opportunity Act Provides Principal Lila Richardson Orabell were: Beverly Simmons Gwen were several other contests.
I Rolle Theron Sheffield Bently Brenda haste Delores On the 26 of May there
I'' CARVER ESSAYISTSWIN Joyce Walker and Carolyn Thompson Geneva Lynes will be a "Night of Stars."

j 11' (Ii Jobs For Mays Students AWARDSAs Wilson. Bern ice Lynes Joyce Doyle Talent from all over the county
a Melinda Harris is reporterand and JoAnn Sharpe. will be competing for prizes.

y' L The Economic OpportunityAct Faison, Dorothy Isreal, Lottie evidence of that old Mrs. M. B. Bullard leader. This week our junior boys With the night of stars the

of 1964 is a dream come McGuire, Ruth West Brenda adage, "The pen is mightier crushed a team from Semonila staff at the center closes the
true for many students of Jackson Rosa Jones Shirley than the sword," three of DUNBAR ELEMENTARYLast Recreation Center in Hialeahby fall and winter program.On .
Mays High School Lundy Kay Madry Samuel Carver's students were awarded a score of 80-20 in an June 10, registrationfor
The pupil population from McComb, Barbara McIntosh,' prizes recently in an essay weekend 39 membersof in an invitational meet. Re- the summer program begins.
Mays has supplied teacher Jeanette Walker. contest. sponsored by the the Library Club and stu- sults: 25 yd dash: Jimmy Everyone who deisres good
aides clerical aides library Some positive signs of the Greater Miami AdvertisingClub dent, body of Dunbar attendeda Powell (S.H.); Bernard Wallace wholesome fun and recreationis
aides, recreation assistantsand Neighborhood Youth Corpsare in which they competed theater party at the Coral (S.II.); Ariles Houston (S). 35; invited to come in and register
custodial helpers for its : improvement of pupil initially against students in Theater in Coral Gables. 50 yd dash: Tyrone Wallace for this summer program
own school program(80 pupils), attitude toward class work, school and finally against The theater party was a (S.H.); Jimmy Powell (S.II.); which promises to be r
the Community School Program improvement of pupil attitude essayists in other schools for delayed culminating activity Bernard Wallace (S.II.): 6.5; bigger and better than ever ,
at R. R. Moton in Perrine toward the dignity of labor top honors. growing out of a humanities 75 yd dash: Tyrone'Wallace before. I

(60 pupils), the Community imporvement of pupil attitude Subject for this year's presentation_ at the school. -----
School Program at Florida towards the rble of the teacher contest was "AdvertisingThe Everyone in the group was
City Elementary (16 pupils), improvement in attendance Voice of Free Choice thoroughly delighted with CARVER HIGH Ushers Union

Frank C. Martin Elementary improvement in general be- The essays were judged on Walt Disney's adaptation of May 6 was "Color Day"
(4 pupils), and Goulds Elementary havor, good public relations originality clearness of "Mary Poppins" includingthe and the pupils were beau- To Meet:
(3 pupils). promoted between the home thought factualness and neat-. adults. tiful in their Canary Yel-
Pupils employed at Pine and the school opportunity ness. Submitted essays were Along with the sponsors, low and Apple Green at- The monthly Union of
Villa and Goulds Elementary provided for pupils to continue supposed to number no more Mrs. Evelyn Wynn and Mrs. tire. The King for the day the Ushers' Federation
Schools are recipients of work their education above the than 1,000 words but could Mary King the group was was Samuel Williams and Association will 1*? held
aide scholarships. These 12th grade. contain less.Competing, chaperoned by Mrs. Sylvia his attendants were Benjamin Sunday. May 23 at 3 p.m.
It will be held at New
pupils will assist first grade Teacher's spirit upliftedas in the contest Riggins and Mr. Linton Jacobs. Dwight Da- Shlloh M. B. Church. 1395
teachers for two hours daily; a result of relief from some were tenth eleventh and Berrien. vis. Larry Williams and NW 69th St. Presidents
r they have the opportunity to of their paper work, improvement twelfth graders. Many of the Mr. Charles R. Hadley, a Victor Small. The Queen please remember to bring
earn and learn simultaneously. in pride for better groom writers recomposed numerous local civic leader, very gen- for the day was Sheila your entire board to this
The recipients namedbelow ing on the part of pupils times but it paid off as the erously donated the bus for Miller Her attendantswere meeting on Thursday
will be provided free tuition expressions of budgeting and selection committee of Carver the trip. Yvonne Travis. Mar- night.A .
and books at Miami Dade saving have been indicated chose the school's top eight sha Johnson. Therwonder very unique and elab-
Lewis and Catherine CU'ter.
Junior College for two years. provided experience which essays. Essays chosen were REGISTER NOW FOR Orchids to Mrs. Zel-- orate program has been
make pupils develop a senseof by Julia Wilcox, Michael planned for your enjoy-
ma Black the chairman
,
Betty Brown Columbus responsibilityand ,improvement Sease, Sherrel Simmons SUMMER DAY CAMP and her committee members ment.
Brown Cynthia Dennis in the ability to follow William Gibson, Janice Perry, the physical educa- Please come! YoU are
Randolph Desmore Barbara directions. Debris Johnson Flora Mc- tion teachers, and all oth- most cordially invited.
Knight, and Gwendolyn Ross. Registration for Day Campis
er teachers who helped to Deacon Edwin Ramsey,
Following these selections now open at the James E. make this day one that we president Willie J. Beard
Northwestern Chows' the essays were sent to the Scott Community Associationfor will keep in our memoriesa reporter: Rev. A. M. Griffin -
I I sponsoring club and the results boys and girls. Day camp long time. pastor.
:' were as follows: begins June 7, and continuefor
Presents Spring ConcertThe 1st Place, Janice Perry, eight fun packed weeks-
$25; 2nd Place, Julia Wilcox 'til July 31. Register your i\I'\it'y, '"""' ," 9" "
James Hanna $15; 3rd Place Gwendolyn children now for 2 week : J' ; ::
concert choir of the sopranos; f; 'fDISOMELEUIONICS, .;
$10 Honorable mentionin periods-or for the entire ,? .
Miami Northwestern Senior bass; Daisy Brown and San- Ross ; ." M
High School will present its dra Beeks, altos. ?. the county awarded to summer session. ''' < : :::. ,
Annual Spring Concert, The chorus has given a Janice Perry. Program activities include ::: CORNER TTH, AVE & S2Ni 'STREET'::
26that number of community con Funds for these awards in swim classes trips and tours, :
Wednesday night May music and ;F ; Y 'PL, I 1-576 ViV.;
crafts
certs and rated "Superior"on the various schools camp '
8:00: p.m. in the school au were '
'
ditorium. the district and state levels provided by sponsoring organizations rhythmhs informal dramatics, t PICTURE TUBE SPECIAL < < :

The featured work, along of the Florida Vocal Association ; for example nature lore games and sports ,,. y ,, "
Contest. Carver was sponsored by and cookouts.The 21", Tube a '. ,
with a variety of choral and Bonded James 'E. Scott Com- a.A. $21ir ,,,; .
dance numbers, will be excerpts Rental Agency. '
.
from the Magnificatby You are cordially invitedto Termed as profitable, the munity Association says; Tube $17 ',:, ;,'; "
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May '21, 1965 15

Spearing with........i 1 Northwester* Wins State ,


ISHill CMn.piorsMipWillie Looking theWORLD

'" ;
Reynolds fanned 13 Palmer added run-scoring
and Willie Rogers contri- singles to the Northwestern SPORTS
buted a two-run triple as attack as Reynolds limited
Northwestern High capturedthe Lincoln to two hits. ;
Florida Interscholastic g. :R
\r- Athletic Association baseball Lincoln 000 000 100-1'2 3 \

t BY HARRY SPEAR crown with a 5-1 victory over Northwestern
Lincoln High'or Tallahassee 202 010 OOx-5 6 0 B
Boxing at Standstill in Miami Saturday night at Tampa.
Robinson and Davis; Reynolds -------
Gary Robbins and :ames and Gilbert.
And BeachI Looking the Sports World Over Is proudly taking this
am sorry to say that boxing is at its opportunity to salute Mr. Ishamel Sharpe for the generous
lowest ebb here in Dade County. There is no FI aaler Opens With Bang contribution he Is making to the community of Opa Locka.It .

reason for it. I have run into a good many was Indeed a pride-tinkling sight to see Mr. Sharpe
who ask the surrounded by more than two dozen enthusiastic boys,ages
fans question "When
fight will Stakes
Begin SaturdayFlagler 7.13 eagerly awaiting their turn to be placed on one of the
be another show? I
there myself cannot an- .
two or three Little League baseball tams he is forming.He
swer them. It is not that they don't have the Kennel Club Mi All 32 entrants will see seemed to be a modern day Pied Piper using a lure
fighters here, or the accommodation for them. ami's favorite dog track Is off action in Saturday's com- of understanding, compassion and kindness to draw the
We have a couple of small clubs vacant, also and running toward another petition over the 7/16ths boys to him; where there were two dozen individual prob-
mile
auditoriums open for dates but when we have More record-breaking than 10,000 were season. Points course.will be awarded lems he had dissolved it into one; thatis to find placementsfor
one promoter do it all what can be done? sent Wednesday night for pre-the on an 8-6-5-4-3-2-0 basis all the boys who came to him.
This statement comes from the mail I re- opening.A with the 16 top point-scorers Commendable is the job he Is doing and Mr. Sharpe
ceive at my desk. If more is paid to this sport, field of 32 distance run, advancing to the .semifinal solicits very little help; but it is bovious that he can use
imagine it will turn out to be ning specialists will face the round to be held Saturday, all the cooperation he can get from grateful parents or
I a success, so
who has interest in the
starter Saturday (May May 29th. other citizens of the community an
let's wake up and. see what can be done. I 22nd) for the qualifying The eight greyhoundswith healthy well-being of their children.
hate to keep on writing the bad points, but round of a$5,000 Marathon the highest number of Again we say much praise and thanks to Mr. Sharpe.
when the small clubs were running this writer Championship Stake as the accumulated points from the
qualifying and semifinal NEW ERA TO HOLD FOURTH ANNUAL MAY 22nd
was a great booster and want to keep on Flagler Kennel Club
launches its overall $120- rounds will advance to the 23rd":
being so. finals scheduled for June 5th.
The 000 stakes program on the Oscar L. Vinson's New Era Golf Association of Macon,
A Look at Heavy Fight Ultimate winner will
receive -
third night of the 1965 sea- Ga. Is in full swing with plansfortheir Fourth Annual New
After having been pushed around. from son. $2,100 wtthl,050go- Era Open Tournament to be played at Bowden Golf Course
one state to another we wonder if the the pro- May 22nd and 23rd.
posed title heavyeight fight will be as good as Entry fees SIS.OOfor Ladies and Amateurs and $20.00for
it looks on paper. GREYHOUND RACING Professionals may be mailed to Oscar L. VInson, Jr.,
Neither Clay nor Liston coulr step in the 623 Hall Street, Macon, Ga., 31201. .
The top 20 pros will receive prize money ranging from
shoes of Joe Louis. Why I say this is: Take a
$350.00 to $25.00.
look at Joe's record: Defended his title more POST "M' First, second and third place trophies for each flight
time in one year than any other champ in the -ftIJUlOtISXX 8:00 P.M. among amateurs, seniors and ladies will be awarded.
world. Louis record : 71 fights ,not counting _
exhibitions knock outs including TKO's ; 54 FLA. BALL ROLLS MAY 29

won 'by decisions; 14 knocked out by 2 ; lost by For the eighteenth time the boys from Florida residingin
decision 1. How can one compare Clay or Son- The Big City have made plans to give their nostalgic
ny with one of the greatest of all times; a k apetites a feast and invited all from near and for to havea
and a gentleman. This is all I can write about Ball with them Saturday nite, May 29 at the Rockland
Palace 155th and 8th Ave., New York City.
boxing through lack of action.
Leonard Smith and his arranging committee as
I still predict Liston will win in the early
in the past have gone all out to secure the best entertain for
rounds, say around the 4th or 5th. their guest. This year Pat Jenkin's big band will have the

Sorry to hear Bernnie Soto, one time a great Z1:; spot light.
5.
fighter around these parts, entered Mt. Sinai Or.ybeu.
>t ew t ewIOW ing for second place, $630 cayne marathon champion;
Hospital to undergo an operation. We hope for third $420 for fourth Earl Baxter's Mac's Lamb,
for a speedy recovery. Let's get together and and $200 each to the re- star of the 7/16ths 'division
send him a get well card._ 1WIN DOUBLE maining four finalists. of Flagler's $20,000 Kennel
4 has made and broke many many of our busi- Heading the large field Medley series last summer,
are Jerry Alderson's Junction and Gene Randle's Euchered,
Joe, winner of the Blue a distance star at the recently
Marlins Are a New LookingBall Ribbon Stake at Taunton, conclded Hollywood meet
Club Mass., last fall; Les Cole's ing.
Terry.,Stroemer, 1964 Bis-
The Miami Marlins are the most improved .-...- ...-,- .

ball club in the league. Before a capacity .. -= s-
crowd last Saturday they gave the fans what

they came to see action. l I
From the first inning till the ninth there '\

was good pitching, timely hitting and superb
fielding. While writing this column they have
won 9 games out of their last 12. W'e hope t tt

they keep this up.
w
Steve Kolinsky, Joe Liss, Ron Allen, Jim j
Ruane and the rest of the team are coming t I tt

around in fine shape. Also with the help of

some new talent., I wish to impress upon the
minds of readers of this paper that you can t I tt If
r
not have a better night's enjoyment than

watching a ball game by these young players.
Why not get up a party and go out. Carry the t I tt
whole family. The prices are very reasonable:

Box seats $1.50, general admission $1.00,
children thru 17, 50c ; senior citizens 65. 50c. t tt
Free 5-5395.parking. For information phone NE t



The Florida State League race this season F t t
is one of the closest in history for this time of r -5 aM
year. With the first half season already four F

weeks old, only four and a half games separate t tt
league-leading Orlando from the ninth 4roew

place Marlins. West Palm Beach, St. Petersburg "';::'11. ,
'
Sarasota and. Ft. Lauderdale are all only : ,< [ ,, H"I" t

one half game behind the Twins. Daytona t -.. ':::---. '
Beach is in sixth place, one game out, while
Leesburg is seventh, a game and a half out. ""
Tampa is eighth, three and a half game Behind Gil Turner: Bobby Dykes in Madison I Square Garden t tI
with the Marlins four and a half out. I"
Cocoa is in the cellar, seven and a half behind Don't be Counted Qyll l
Two more new additions to the Marlin t t ttALE |
roster Hobbs and outfielder
are pitcher Buddy
I DON'T LOSE YOUR DRIVERS LICENSE. LET ME
Gene club last night
Kerns. Hobbs joined the
from Spartanburg of the Western Carolinas YOUR SR-22AND GET AUTO LIABILITY j

League. He is wearing No. 23. Kerns, who is INSURANCE FOR YOU. ,
expected to join the Marlins immediately, M .
y4
+
comes from Chattanooga of the Southern NO ONE EVER REFUSED j,

League He played in 7 games with the Mar- Reservations LOW DOWN PAYMENT. $10 STARTS. I,

lins in 1962 as a shortstop, third.baseman and 444-8401 Call me for instant service and instant insurance.
outfielder.

With his 13 !sMkcouts' Friday night, Gary Bobby Dykes Insurance Agency
chlieve has taken over the league lead in that

department. He has a total of G3: in 43 innings. KINNIL 0 CLUB 12001 NW 7th St. FR 48222AU j
Marlins schedule: Friday, May 121, Sat., 37th AVINUI AND 7th ITNORTHWIST 1 t
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; Tuesday and Wednesday, St. Petersburg .



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t: 16. THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, May 21, 1965

' ;i\ ';....7 in Dad
13 FAMU Uterus Working

t. .[Mrs. W\iIOrJ'. oJi&sMotk.ri.i1TH! .. .....
--
' 74 students directing Pauline Willis, directing.
Mrs. I. G. Pratt Wilder A total of pal. Mr Alice Eller
,. meriting many honors and from Florida A and M teacher; Jane naoml Also Margarette Dotson
honored "Mother of
was as awards: Thirty-seven years University have placed in Walker, third grade third grade Polncijna
the Year 1965" 11
: on May
'. ,
as president of the Women's University have been Gladeaiew Elementary Park Elementary, Mrs.
at the Jewish Cultural CenterI" I
,
Department Atlantic Coast In Internship teach- Mrs Mary Henry directing Elizabeth Pittman prin-
on Miami Beaph by the Interracial placed
VI Association; 40 years as an ing assignments during ; Barbara J. Butler, cipal. Mrs. Dorothy M.
Mothers' Assoda-
') : Eastern Star; 35 years as the first section of the i pcona grade. Liberty City Gray directing; Bernard
: lion, Inc., before an audience -
t\\ Elementary Mrs. Mary F. Gantt. fifth grade. Poinci-
Grand 40 as ,
) a Officer years third trimester accordingto
of 500 who was pre- a Notary Public to be hon- an announcement from Williams, principal, Mrs. ana Elementary; Willie C.
t' sent at a dinner of the asso- Daniels
Gladeview Elementary directing; AnnieP.
ored June at the convention, the FAMU School of Ed-
ciation. ,"FDAa and I ling; Raymond Dunn Jacobs fourth grade
clubs too numerous or- ucation, Office of Internship -
Seated with Mrs. Pratt a + fifth grade, Liberty City Poinciana Park Elemen
ganizations. A mother, Teaching Dr W.
of her ,. Mrs. Thel- tary Miss Vivian Owens
were one daughters, Elementary
grandmother and great- A. Mercer director.In
Mrs. Vernay Jones, and her and ma Outler directing; Rebecca directing and Kenneth L.
she
grandson, Wm. Anthony grand, gave long Dade County, 13 Hadley, library science Manuel sixth grade west
Maynard from New York. fine contributions. She was FAMUans have been assigned Miami Northwestern Dunbar Elementary, F. T.
Also with herwereherpastoi q?A also honored by VVMBMon to internship Senior High Sam Rivers principal, Mat-
the Hendrik J. Berns Panel teaching posts. They are: Mrs. thew Lawrence directing.
Cohen, principal
.;\ and wife, the Rev. and Mrs. Mother's
on Day. Sylvia Clark Scurry, first
I.. C. Mickins, who gave the I
4 grade Allapattah Elementary
invocation and spoke on the 1k
To this Mrs. Pratt responded School GeorgeE.
program very commend- I In her quiet, dignified Bowker, principal, Mrs.
of her
ably activities. with elo- Althmena Sampledlrec-
manner great
Mrs. Pratt has been a
EDISON
quence, thanking the association ing teacher; Herbert SpecialsOPEN
member of her church for Rhodes. Instrumental
52 years. Her father, the .. I for a grand evening and music, Brownsville Junior
-- --''''-'-'' and her relatives
late Rev. S. A. Sampson, organized many
High School, Mrs. Flossie
the Mt Olivette MRS. I. G. WILDER friends.
I\ Drago principal, Charles
J {* Baptist Church, and she is < hP ".. s'"; ...,.,,,,,,,,,,.'... .Austin directing teacher; SUNDAY AFTER 3 P.M.
I the only surviving member Carolyn Sands r 1 Irs t
1
I who was present at the or- grade. Earllngton Heights 45 N.W. 48TH STREET

ganIzation.She Try Our Classifieds Elementary School John $300 down, FHA. CBS, Fla room, garage, f fire place,
presented by one
was Drake. principal; Mrs. .
No closing
of the members of the association Luck Horne. reeling costs.
"I and a beautiful corsage teacher; Matfclllne Trues- 4401 N.W. (I5TH AVENUECBS
of carnation and a dell first grade, Earling-
beautiful plaque were presented ton Heights Elementary 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, corner. $300 down. FHA.
by the acting presi- LEARN TO PLAY GOLF! School Mrs. Thelma Wilson No closing costs.
dent, Mrs. Marion Lerner, directing teacher.
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from A the organization.beautiful "' Others .include: VivianE. DRIVE BY THE FOLLOWING THEN SEE EDISON:
very programwas Howard second grade.
presented by several en- VINCE ALLEN :
tertaining groups, and greet / Gladeview Elementary. 1 38 N.W. 47th Terr. CBS, Fla room, garage. No
School Mrs. Thelma Wilson
ings came from many of PGA GOLF PRO OF LEJEUNE ,GOLF COURSE, directing teacher. qualifying. $80 month. '
them, Including the Senior v' 'x 2-91 N.W. 46th St. 3 bedrooms, 'CBS, garage,
SELECTED Others include VivianE.
Citizens, the Women's Strike ;
qualifying.
Howard second grade
for Peace Emma Lazarus
,
Club and others. BONDU1 Gladeview Elementary, 3- 6930 N.W. 6th Ave. '- CBS Duplex, $300down,
i A huge many basket of flowers TDAVE Leonard Wollman. princieen..ess. FHA. Only 4 years old. No closing costs.

{ was presented from her 4 495 N.W. 41st St. Corner. Flo roo m plus
church, and a beautiful bou- ASSISTANT TEACHING PRO AT LEJEUN lalousled porch. $200 down, FHA. No closing
quet of red roses from the DRIVING RANGE ..
I members of her Eastern Star costs.
: chapter. She received numer- -.. iytiuj' r 5 1474 N.W. 83rd Terr. $75.10 month pays every-
ous telegrams and greetings %" \\U GOING TO NASSAU? thing. $250 down, FHA. CBS, Fla room. No
from the city and over the ; LESSONS BY '. .. \ closing costs. Nice and clean.
+ state, and they are still coming t For courteous and reliable

in. APPWHTMENTCALL \ I service, sightseeing, night
t WE ARE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY ANC
Mrs. Pratt has the dis. club tours of the island,
honor of ,,
tinguished serving
several organizations and of ": .... ....:. ......"- :. ... .a;;i' ask for "Eddie," taxiesno. .SUNDAY .
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