The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 4, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 42, No. 39 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1965 4 16 PAGES -10 CENTS

,'''('' I< ."'ft..,,.$, iM.fJcqr4: 1,300 Hig'thooradvates i ( ,1


with 1,193. Also topping the
More than 11,000 seniors-
thousand mark will be Miami
including 1,300 Negroes-will
receive Norland with 1,071 and North
diplomas from Dade
; '\ County's 17 high schools Miami I I High with 1008.

{ "'#, this year in a rash of June Winding up the exercises
will be George Washington
6 Carver and North Dade High
? dy Of these at least 60 percent -
'. based on a follow-up schools on June 9 with
study of last year's graduates, smallest of the classes. Car- \ 4 I II I
ver graduating 128 and North
will move on to trek the halls ,
!I' of the nation's colleges. Dade 157.
Others will hit the job marketor Northwestern, smong the
predominantly Negro schools,
f move on to other types of
has 553 candidates for Satur-
Last year 766 of Dade's day night ceremonies at Miami ,
received scholar Beach Auditorium. BookerT.
: Washington will graduate
ships with a yearly value of
217 at Dade County Auditorium
y 's p $830,431 to help them obtain
at 3 o'clock today.
college training. Of these,
Local school integrationhas
345 were girls and 421 were
placed Negro graduatesin
.' 'r. boys. at least five predominantlywhite
Altogether Dade graduates schools. Edison, Cen-

\:; received $3,179,291" including tral, Jackson, North Miami
: : "renewables explains Miss
.. and South Dade all have Ne-
:: Margaret Gilkey director of
'>> guidance much of it for meritin gro graduates this year.
.: ,., 'il'il7'1 .' .,, competitive examinationson exercises Speaking are for as graduation follows: Two NHamiciNS to Spend
.,,;.,' ,:,,-" ;'!f',: .11''.'''" :.$ 1'1i. \ a national basis. I

,'. !, "'. ."tI'" ,-. '. First to don their caps and Booker T. Washington: I
{'''', ; "" ,/ gowns in this year's grad- Reginald Burton Cliffeen Summer II i AfricaMiss

r;: r- / uation exercises will be Dyes, Dolores Hayes, Wayne
,10tf0 > s.. x f students from Booker T. Fulton and Clive Pugh. P. B. Phillips, dean of stu-
Estelle Jean
t I' '
I >>H'vp.", ,:. .' "' l' ,"', Washington, Miami Edison Mays: Josephine King Rosa daughter of Mr. and Mrs. dents is under the auspicesof
t '\ : t! and Miami Central with cere- Jones, Cecelia Jones, Isaac Jacob Albury of 6225 N.W. the Tuskegee Institute .
!. 'j, : : \ 1i ':: \ t. monies scheduled for June 4. Hargrove; Carver; Mona 14th Ct., former student of Overseas Involvement Program
.. ... ,,, ,.. _" Bethel Carol Davis Marva a .
f fIt t1'f ---I>: fi'III '# Northwestern now a juniorat ,
of the classes
; .Corliss:Coye' ill.CI1tJ daughter. Mr.'end Mrs.-Mesas"..."will 'be' Southwest Miami Scott Northwestern and Robert DarVille Johnson; Tuskegee Institute will Also participating in the .
Know a" "',
Hillman 1719 N.W. 67th St. reigned Northwestern Senior High's with 1,274 students have the opportunity to experience "Crossroads 'Afrl program
I as lea, Gail Williams Ward international living is Miss Katherine Hep-

High Prom Queen last Friday night during festivities at behind receiving will sheepskins.be Coral Gables Hard North Striggles Dade and Daneese Margaret Wilcox Miles; this summer. She will spend burn of 1821 N.W. 68th Terr. i;

Bay front Park Auditorium. 2 months in Nigeria, Africa. Miss Hepburn graduated from
with and Hialeah High
1,197 and Richard Miller This program initiated by Tuskegee last week.

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I I lo -Wiil.CaDlp; li.io Find lobs ':ryIara Half Million Youth 'I

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A nation-wide campaign to T. Connor its intentions to Letters were also sent to
find jobs this summer for at hire at least 15 under the governors mayors school $300,0001
least one-half million 16-21 program. officials and others to encourage
years olds has been announcedby Following the President's their participation in

President Johnson announcement on the Youth the campaing. Philadelphia Pat The
The President made an Opportunity Campaign on To ger the program underway NAACP Legal Defense and
appeal to employers throughout Sunday the Secretary of Com; President Johnson di- Educational Fund announcedthe .

the nation to provide at merce wrote 900,000 em- directed: federal agencies to presentation of the : ___ __1. : .. "..'...-.. NAACP f frcette fv 1 1Two

least one job for youths in ployers asking their coopera- find worker training oppor- "Thurgood Marshall Award"to ._{I:""" ;
this age group. lie asked tion. tunities for one extra traineefor the Grand Masters of the UrotedPa ; "" vCJTU
larger employers to add one every 100 persons now em- Prince Hall Masons of America .",... 1 0 ,!, I&lf I
extra summer trainee for each "Surely the summer offers ployed extension of the for financialcontributions C'* -.-" y
100 employees. more opportunity for the two ghborhood Youth Corpsfor mounting to over $300,000 during 3 /r'R
The first employer to million youths out of school an additional 50,000 boys the past fourteen years. fp.
respond to the President's than lying around all morning and girls this sunnier. The award was created especially r- ,
call was the Jerrold Cor- sitting down all afternoon in to recognize the sustaining .
poration of Philadelphia. Pa., front of TV sets, and prowl- Interested employers are support coming from
an electronics equipment ing around all night" Se- asked to contact the nearest the Masons.
manufacturer which wired cretary of Labor W. Willard office of the State Employ- Speaking before the Con-

Secretary of Commerce John Wirtz said. ment Service. ference of Grand Masters,

Dr. John W. Davis, special ? .
director, Teacher Information
and Security said; "No organization -
can take away from s'
the Masons the prestige and sa

honor which rightly belong to n
Masons: for these years of %
constructive cooperation."We *
pledge" Dr. Davis

j continued, "with your con
tinuing assistance, our best
efforts to bring into being a

: society based upon equal justice
iUiI' 4 > under law for black and
white alike."
gr '
The award was named in rFM ,
honor of Judge Thur good

i .a,. ( Marshall, U.S. Court of Appeals -
y and former Director-
r Counsel of the Legal Defense
r During his address to

Grand Masters from all over

the United States and foreign resulted the
weeks of demonstrationswhich in
countries. Dr. Davis, a 32
: degree Mason himself spoke arrest of 13 persons-protesting the discriminatory hiring

r iiI proudly of Prince Hall, the policies of United Parcel Service in Hartford, Conn., ended

founder of the order, as the Wednesday, May 26, when officials of the package delivery

"Pioneer of Protest." company agreed to demands of civil rights groups led by the I

7 .. ,. a In referring to the "plat- local NAACP branch and youth council. Among those ,jailed I
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form of bur founder and leader
and fined for conducting sit-down in front of
CARVER YMCA DRIVE IN RNAL WEEK $5,693 OF $10,000 GOAL REPORTEDMrs. who was born a century be- company
trucks Grimes ) NAACP Youth Council .
Appoxmattax", Dr. Davis Cm were Gary (standing ,

M. Athalie Range, chairman of Century Club members, reports twenty Century phasized the close relationship president; and Miss Sylvia Govan and Manny Williams (fore

Club members to chairman, Alexander Brooks for $2,000. Left to right in picture are as fol between Prince Hall's ground), members of the local North End Community Action

lowsMrs. I I. C. Mickins, Sandford J.Ramseyexecutive secretary of Carver BranchMr. Brooks, fight the against Masons'racial inequalityand Project (NECAP). The unidentified youth on the left departed -

Mrs. Range, and George Abbott, general secretary of Miami Metropolitan YMCA struggle for racial continuing justice. before police arrived. (Hartford Times photo.)

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:2___,. ..-TNE.MIANII,TI"'ESIJrida1" June- 4., 1965 > ,
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Wherever the beauty and of Mr. and Mrs. J ohn White
strength of nature lift a hu- head and Reginald DeShaziorson
man heart to God, there is an of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Do-
altar. It was an altar under Shazior were crown bearers.
the sky in the great out-of The crowning was done by
doors when the students, Mrs. Lawson E. Thomas.
friends and staff of Jackson's More than twenty-five gorgeously -
Toddle Inn gathered on its attired youngsters d
large court for the grand made up the grand march.
toronation.In The duo-occasion was the
ceremonies befitting: May Day activities of the "
royalty Little' Pamela Renee school when various dances
Walker, daughter of Mr. and and performances were given.
Mrs. Guy Walker was crowned The ,. and e rwa. apped rPd
Queen and Master Keith Le- in thi mdrfV tnoonlightand
varity, son of Mr. and Mrs. the arra rol colors'glisterte d.

Rudolph Levarity was crown- undo stars. > 2 -
King. u parents for this to-.' t
In the royal court were tiv "were: Mr. and Mrs.,

Gary Dixon, Prince, son of Gu Yalker, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. June Dixon; Eugenia Eu 'Ene' Tynes, Mr. and Mrs.
Elizabeth Tynes, Princess, Ru h I Levarity, Mrs. June
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dix Mr. and Mrs. John
Eugene Tynes; Pamela R. O\bS and Mrs. Johnny
Gibson, daughter of Mr. and D. i,..Mr. and Mrs.,
Mrs. John Gibson and John- C. Reav Mr. .nd Mrs. Jake
pie Edmondson, son of Mr. Curry, Mrs. Doftflie Powell,
and Mrs. Johnny D. Edmondson Mrs.Mary L. Floyd, Judge and r
loving cup winners; Mrs. L. E. Thomas, Mrs.
Cynthia Whitehead, daughter, Hannah Edwa&ds, the Rev.

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Jackson Toddle I.. stodents plait the May Pole. a R R d

T I and Mrs. I. C. Mickins.Mrs. Mrs. Mary Wilkerson. Mr. and
Odessa James, Mr. Mrs. Louis Williams. Mr. and
wrjf' and Mrs. Willie Stephens, Mr. Mrs. J. Grissom, Mr. and
and Mrs. James Whitehead, Mrs. Willie Hunter, Mrs. Nora
Dra. George and Dazelle Mann" the Rev. and Mrs. W.
1 Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill A. curry, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
Johnson, Dr. and Mrs. Stan- liam Chapman, Mrs. Elaine
ley Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. Benja- ..
Herman Rolle, Mr. and Mrs. min Felton, Mesdames Blackman -
Carl Johnson, Mrs. Louise and Scott, Mr. and Mrs. t
Meadows Mrs. Ruth Everette, Alexander Sands Mrs. S.

.. ,' Mr. and Mrs. Larry DeShaz- Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
.I,r lor,Mr and Mrs. James Hicks Ingram and Mr. and Mrs.I.
f f s t 'a Mr. and Mrs. N. Andrews. Johnson.VZOWTUDO.

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Keith Lovarity and Queen Pamela Renee Walker 720 KW '2St2PL4.32Uj; !: Queen. ._

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Cynthia Whitehead, crown bearer. THE 1965 GRADUATION CLASSof


New Plumed

Par'll hood You To Attend Its


A new clinic sponsored by FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE ELEVENTHAt
the Planned Parenthood As-
sociation of Dade County will Seven O'clockST.

..ak t J open on Tuesday June 221n PAUL A.M.E. INSTITUTIONAL CIIUnC1J876
suite 401 of the Huntington

Building, Miami,offering the Northwest Slit Terrace
public advice and help on
Johnle McMillan
"how to make child a
every T. C. Kelley Jr., Pastor
wanted child.

Dangers of the world population *
explosion, as reflected -
in the fact that the low <" ;, ;- ,
Income $3,000 annually or

less-and welfare group of .
families is the group with the >:
highest i birth rate, has THE ,..STAF'F'AND', GRADUATING CLASS

prompted Planned l Parent- (. .
hood to expand its servicesto '. '
the community.The OFCOOK'S

new Planned Parent .X, '
hood Clinic will be open

every Tuesday,starting June ', KIDDIEUND
22, from 1 to 4 p.m. and
from 6 to 8 p.m., staffed by

professional people with full I REQUEST THE HONOR OF YOUR PRESENCEAT
knowledge of all the latest
techniques including the
rhythm and devices for THECOMMENCEMENT
planning parenthood.
Another clinic,at the Mark-
owitz Center, 6241 N.W. EXERCISE
17th Ave., will be open every
Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m., ,
offering the same services.
Officials of Planned Parent-
hood pointed out that the cost FrW., miiiii Jill llth
i. to anyone is "only what they ; ,
can afford.
"Planned Parenthood not \...., ,
iir. only helps ease the economic .
burden of families which cannot NINETEEN HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FIVE

afford more children but
have them but it j"
L helps reduce such social ills ;' ::x. RAINBOW PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
as Juvenile delinquency, ). ,
,_ ...,.,......- -.--.. ,. -, ,-,- r .-- ."-- school dropouts and unemployable ";* ., ,. WALTER H. CUNNINGHAM, CO-DIRECTOR
youth which are the
outcome of unplanned over- \1{ f: ERMAk.ENE C. CUNNINGHAM, CO-DIRECTOR
Top picture shows a yovthM done group going through. their' routine. At bottom is population," the association ; '/" .( ',. '
part of the large student body of the school. pointed out. 1 $iif; %'I 5S : "s4*,a S, < "5 .. '


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 4, 1965 3 I

AKA Sorority Honors Ethel Grico WFUN Gwendolyn FINALIST Robinson, an I

eleventh grade student at
11It On Saturday, May 29, browsing through Soror Inez Booker T. Washington High
r n. 1965 at the home of Mr. Haley's scrapbook that had School has been selected by
and Mrs. Daniel R. Francis, been kept through the years, Station WFUN as one of the
1221 N.W. 67 Street, Gamma showing scenes In the life of five finalists in. a screening
Zeta Omega Chapter of Soror Grice and other during of over 100 students from
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority their years as member of various five finalists in a
honored their devoted Gamma Zeta Omega. screening of over 100 stu-
sororEthel A. Grice. Miss The numerous gifts pre- dents from various high
Grice is retiring in June 1965 sented to Soror Grice by each schools throughout the county -
from the MiamiNorthwestern soror was a small token of
Senior High School faculty our appreciation of her service Miss Robinson who
after many years oCloyal to AKA and the Miami lives with her family at 1629

: service. community.The N.W. 5th Ave is an active
J4 ( t7 Soror Grice has been an buffet table was beautifully member in her school and
outstanding citizen of Miami decorated in the sorority church. She is I a member of
and a devoted member of colors salmon pink and Mt. Olivette Baptist Church

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority green, and was lavishly Rev. I. C. Mickins, pastor.
She is a charter member adorned with a variety of
of Gamma Zeta Omega delicacies.The .
Blue, one of our sorors.
Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorors serenaded
We feel, that for Soror
Soror Ethel with of her
Sorority.The many
Grice, her retirement will not
surprise tribute was favorite AKA songs and pre-
the end of a busy life,
presented In the form of This sented a song composed for but Just the beginning of a
# is Your Life." Many happy this occasion by Mrs. Isabel new life!
memories were recalled as
Soror Grice's life history was
presented by Soror Edna De- ooo

Veaux. The occasion was PUBLIC NOTICE-
made more memorable bySmiling r

PTA Committee Plans for NationalCoNVeetioM
I' B* safe .Investigate first .because In Miami, you
have only ONE Gov.rnm.nt Approved Cashier School.
Here There Is NO SUBSTITUTE for .

CdrF' z M.T.1. Business Schools
The 39th National PTA annual banquet will be givenat The delegates wilt tour A
Convention will convene in Bayfront Park Auditorium. Greater Miami and Miami J
Miami, June 20-23, with the Monday morning general Beach Wednesday morning. N.W. 7th Ave. at 78th St
Biscayne Terrace Hotel as business, and Monday afternoon Persons desirous of attending H
headquarters.A. workshop. Dr. JosephN. the Annual Banqueton
A. Osgood, state PTA Patterson of the United Sunday night may purchase America's largest and oldest. 50 schools-U.S., Canada ,. I
president, has met with a Church of Christ and Winston tickets not later than Thursday and Hawaii. Over 12 years a trusted guld. to
steering committee to for- Salem State College will be June 17 from Mrs. May- thousands now working. To get the BEST JOBS, you
mulate plans for the conven- keynote speaker Monday night. dell Braynon, 1160 N.W. need M.T.I. government approved training. This will
tion.The The youth program will be 55th Terrace, PL 7-8042. qualify all people 17.50 ready to work.
confab will open Sun- on Tuesday afternoon, and Call Mrs. Genesta Sweeting,
day at 3:30 p.m. with Ves- that night the state-counties NA 1.6305 for further Infor-
pers Service and at 7:30: the program will be presented. mation. JOBS NOW OPEN
Eddie Lee Pitt-

: "' man, popular local businessman CASHIERS, GROCERY CHECKERS, STOCKMEN
I : f R I is the new own- ,
Tops Club Closes Seasonal er cr the Dive-Inn Bar SALES CLERKS PACKERS

3';;'' _. .... '',y",'. 1772 NW 79th St. Phone Special Summer Courses
honored bers and their friends were n91-9- 31. He Invite: all
Those senior TOPS -
The TOPS Club of Miami REGISTER $15
were: Jacqueline Arinah, present. At this meeting, new his old friends to come
sponsored by the National Betty Barnes, Betty Gibson, officers were elected. and meet new friends P.B.X. RECPTIONIST $18
Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa Barbara Barrett, Bertha Sandi- The newly elected officersare Everyone welcome. Indf IBM KEY PUNCH $40
Alpha Delta Chapter is aboutto
close another 'successful lands, Bethany Jackson, : President: Sharon Ashley; BANK TELLER, CLERK $21
Versie Vice President: Rosa Roberts;
year of activities.The Wigfall Fredricka, and Stewart Wilsonia, Brown. Secretary: Ann Ashley; Trea- ',I" ," ,," ', ," # Free lob placement .Day & Nit. classes .No

TOPS sponsored a The second annual Mother's surer: Yvonne Tillman and hi school needed .Train now pay later .Apply now.. t
fashion show at the Liberty Reporter: Lawanzer Lassiter. TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO Reserve .
Day Tea was held oct May 9 your place ;
Square Center on April 29. .
of members:
the beautiful home of Mrs. Dean Preparatory
at t
Thin affair was largely attended .
Givens. PL 7-8448
Brown located at 5100 N.W. Ginger
by students, parentsand
TOPS members would
13th Ave. The mothers of
friends. TOPS were honored at this like to thank their sponsors, ,'#" " " ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo'TIL II

,On May 7, the?TOPS spon-, affair. Also, our many spon- the community and friends I,
sored their second annual sors were honored.A for helping to make this
Starlight Ball entitled "Starlit hike and cook-out was another successful year.
Sea" at the Northwest held on May 22, at the homeof Mrs. Lemmie Mitchell,
YWCA Center auditorium. The Bethany Jacksona TOPS youth guidance counselor;
TOPS seniors were acknow- member. The hike lasted from Jacqueline Arinah reporter; 5 P.M.
Doris Holifield, president.
ledged. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. TOPS mem-


I Meharry President Resigns

Dr Harold D. West, ITLIN
president of Meharry
Medical College since
1052.! has submitted resignation Y
but will remain '
as head of) that insttu- ; \
tion until a successor Is a t>d

named."I have given practically I ii': .NATIONALBANI, ( : I.w

the major part of my
life. some :rr> >'earx in fact jt: OF MIAMI
to Meharry;" Dr. West 11.1 ,

said. "nevertheless, I I >t\.: tf,Full Service Banking for Alt the People,
would like to spend actively ,F ,: '
a. few more short :: .", "
years In eearch.. which (::1f :,;, " has always heen my first 1.Ji
HERE'S PROOF YOU'LL f) > Phone 759-4431 ,;.jy
love.Vest.\ who spent 23 ,)J,* : ,
: In Edison Financial Center
years In the department LIKE OUR PRINTING: t;r''o: 'w6 the
of biochemistry at Me- ,f4;;f' .
harry' further explainedthat .. S
he has written 52 research Quality Job; Budget Price : ,)> < :

for papers scientific and jour-abstracts No Job Too Large or Small I=t' ,: : Now Providing ,

like to do
more nals and research would before his l.W.M wr Deadlines Met on Time t1f' :, New Extended Banking Hours ,

eventual retirement.The :
continue to serve until a
official statementof be'se Satisfaction Guaranteedand
could -
President West's re-, lected.succeessor) Mr. Johnson con- Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday

trustees, and president of tinued. "It was obvious our customers come back! a ,
f 9:30 to 2:00
Johnson, chairmanof am pm
tor S. difficult
that it would 1 a .
Meharry's board of task! to find thatindividual ti j,.:, ,
tustees and president of whose training Miami Times .tl, i ': '. .
Aladdin Industries >I\0
Nashville's experience and leader- ,.{ ,
follows: would be equal to "
"This i Is a statementthat the ship role." FOR ALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS I.i"Yr.}" Fridays ",
I regret very muchto ttLf"
have to make. and, J'5'S 9:30 am to 2:00 pm l'i." ;'

especially so at this andy
. the"At executive the last meeting committeeof of Sunlight Beauty SchoolITS s f e s 5:00 pm to 8:00 pmWALKUP

Meharry Medical Col-

I lega. Dr. West expressedhis r. WINDOW OPEN
arnest d e s 1 re GREAT ITS GRAND, ITS EDUCATIONALTwo r f ,
toherelieved 1 1 of his "
j I arduous administrative weeks of advanced training course for licensed Monday thru Friday

duties as president of the beauticians under the supervision of' the State Boardof

:J colleg his principal!In order efforts to devote and Cosmetology, June 21 to July 2. 2:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.

I 1 time to research In the Guest artists and consultants Mrs. Bell Patterson of'

field of biochemistry at of N. Y. and J. Bald! of Miami and many other out Saturdays
J '
the In tlttutlon./ standing hair stylists.
1 (has June 18
"Or West 9:00: am to NoonN
been) prevailed upon to


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,, THE MIAMI TIMES, 'Friday, June 4, 1965

"" We speak of being
ed In the treat t
Image of ;
fI know this is K'e

.t.--,_-_ f].._...._v. __ condition in not Itself a, physical for God
is a Spirit.
fl.E. SlblSMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher 1 How, then can 4:24.: )

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor i Social Security pro- the Image of God withinour.we "see"

Member of the National Ntwipopcrs Publishers Association vides three-way family selves in such a way that
protection. Benefits pay- can be explained to otheri"I1QV
SUBSCRIPTION RATES able under social security attempted this :
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3,00 FOREIGN $6.00 .'I"I'I#" " .... .. --- -- have but one purpose ect with the fOllowing results proj

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post protection of the to worker I believe the image of God
50th family par- within
CtUbrafts Anniversary his
and consists
Office at Miami Florida, und.r the act of March 8, 1876, earningslost of the
tially replace tributes of God,such as truthi
Office of 6740 NW, 15th Avenue Phone OX 1-0421 their 50th Tripp all of Miami, with an through retirement, fulness, trustworthiness and
Celebrating Open House and Tea at their death or disability. Purity of heart (and
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The wedding anniversary on June home on Sunday June 6. This program Is becoming others) which are latent many wii
NEGRO PRESS believes that America best lead Mr. and Mrs. Roger Important
can 5th are They are members of st.John's increasingly in us until we strive
the world from racial and notional antagonism when It accords Armster of 5523 N.W. 12th Institutional Baptist to the economy of them. If we truly to develop
to every man regardless of race, creed or color his Avenue. Church where they will have the country. People live God we begin by seek
human and (legal) rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-trie The couple moved to Miamiin family worship on Sunday many years longer now the soil of the heart with up.
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that 1922 from Thomasvilie, Oa. morning. They have 9 grand- than they did at the turn water it with patience pray.er
.all men are hurt as long as anyone Is h.ld back. They will be entertainedby children.Mr. of the century. Sciencehas forebearance, and and
their children, Jacob R. Armster has pioneeredin also provided rapid hearts to let the sunshine open our
Armster of Tuskegee, Ala., our local civic work, and advances In the fields of God's love enter and
Mrs. May Bell Trapp, Mrs. manufacturing, transportation nurture
POLITICAL contributed much toward the it. Through such effort
Inez A. Wilcox, and a grand- communcations at
Metro in the that'sa advancement of the Negro in tributes come to fruition.
keeps news, perhaps daughter Miss Willie Bell and agriculture.But .
community When this
good thing The latest and one of the most our -- the age of automa- new man, being happens reborn the
important matters concerning Metro is the r tion has produced a de- these attributes in his reflects

action taken by the Dade legislaive delegation mand for younger em- countenance, and all who
Sitis life Membership trainedin
in asking the legislature for a fact-finding investigation NAACP > ployees modern methods and gaze upon his face will seethe

of our Metro government with an technique.The image of God shining forth
aim to recommending constructive charter From Church old+age Insurance in its full glory.
This was manifest
changes.On of the social in
becoming life provisions Jesus, Whose face shone
Monday resolutions from b th senate Under the directionof the NAACP by Hatcher security program provide forth in perfect reflection of
members. Bishop for the olderr
I, and house approved the action, and now the A.M.E. Bishop Eugene noted that an NAACP life worker protection and his depen- God's attributes. How I envy
of the
delegation has what is termed a fact finding Hatcher, chairman Committeeof membership "would be a dents against the time those who saw Him in per
Life Membership
mission with a hope of finding out what is the NAACP Florida State Christian social action proJ- when he can no longer son and recognized the Fath.
ect of far-reaching conse- in the labor mar- er shining forth in His countenance
with compete
wrong Metro and bringing about improve- Conference, a campaign is t tI

,ment. under way to gain NAACPlife quence.The NAACP National ,ket.The survivors Insur- believe this is what He
from the various
Metro commissioners Tuesday asked Dade memberships in the state. Life Membership programis ance provisions of the was alluding to when He
legislators to include the school board and Bishop churches Hatcher has appealed headed by Klvie Kaplan, program provide Incomefor said, ". He that hath seen
the municipalities in their fact-finding inves- to church ministersto a retired businessman and a certain survivors of a Me hath seen the Father
tigation of county government. So maybe urge their congregationsto member of the NAACP wage earner when he (John 14:9. )

we'll just have a general county investigation.It support the vital work of Board of Directors. dies.The disability insur- quired by the Social Security -
should be history making.We .
ance benefits are pay- Act All benefits
are among those who saw little, if able when a worker becomes paid under this programare
any reason for our delegation taking this mat- f NEEDED FOR MIAMI AREABANK l unable to do any paid as a matter of
ter to the legislature.In substantial work due to a earned right.
physical or mental Impairment All persons who believe
our opinion, with our new manager, TELLER TRAINEES CASHIER CHECKERS Again dependent they are entitled to any,
the commission and some representatives from MALE OR FEMALE P.B.X. RECEPTIONIST members of a disabled -.of the three types of
some of our bigger cities could have done as A-l CAREERS I.B.M. KEY PUNCH wage earner's family benefits should get in
much as the committee or couldn't the delega- HIGH SCHOOL GRADS HIGH SCHOOL not req. can also receive Benefits touch with their nearest'
his office
based; on wage social security district -
tion work with Metro without taking the e Train now Pay later No age limit record.In as,, soon as.possible
matter to the legislature thereby solving Free placement Good jobs general -participation -' Thjs Js 'necess ry.since
Metro's problems? In this program 'is: benefits are riot-paid au.

Well, let's hope this committee will end ....'. lar.... cashier school not voluntary but is re- tomatically. '
"" up by bringing about changes that will make Branches Miami Orlando, Tampa, St. P.ta

Metro a*government satisfactory to at least I {{ '
the Cashier Training Institute r".llllllUunllllUllllulIlllIIllII.llllmllnllluUIII"I IIUW'l,
majority of our citizens. ',1y' 41'"

SUITS $04, 121 S.I. lit ST., MIAMI g ,. ;"{i \ ...fth.i' 1' '11';<400 ::

County's School Board has receiveda I ,*" 1f."Jr! 'J : !f ,,

grant of $283,385 from the United States ,- L.

Office of Education toward financing the pro- ,,' .' Illigilli UlilBluUlnnunuuuullnaunlUUUmilltlllnulaluuta,; nanmrof
cess of school desegregation. This grant was BY OWNER !II! !

one of six made to schools in Florida under the ,

Civil Rights Act of 1964. The total grant made No Dowi4io Closing Costs -
is $1,308,385. .......

According to Dr. Bert
Kleiman, coordinator
of federal projects for the school system, RICHIE'S PHARMACY
Dade's money will be used for formation of a CALL BY DAY 635.4595

special advisory committee of teachers from
the school affected by the planned phasing BY NIGHT 226-1481 396 N.W. 46TH STREET

out of North Dade Dade Senior High, Carver _.__....... ._ _W' _' .._ PAY YOUR ELECTRIC AND WATER BILLS HERE
High and Mays High Schools. The cost is es-
timated at $127,000.Training FORD REALTYINC. Broker ALCOHOL, rubbIng 1 pint 15*

teachers and principals from ten BLOOD BUILDING TONIC, pint only $2.98
3639 N.W.15th Avenue
schools during a summer program at Robert 6354595 ARTRA Skin Cream, $1.00 size 89*
E. Lee Junior High to teach multicultural stu-

dents in the language arts, social studies, VICKS VAPORUB, reg. 98< now 69<

science and mathematics will cost 103000. Good with coupon only

Gilbert Johnson assistant supervisor of While Dade's school desegregation is far Limit 1 per customer

special reading services for the summer pro- from what it ought to be, we have the satis- Good till June 12th

gram called a "continuing education center"at faction of knowing that Dade is concerned, --
Robert E. Lee.Members and top counties in Florida as far as desegregation -

of the advisory' committee will is concerned, and what is more, we have -

work with Mrs. Ida Ratcliffe and a full time had no trouble thus far over what has been .1U1IUIIIIIIUUIW111111.'U' l""' "" ImIU11UmawumiuaiWIU
consultant to plan accomplished. The chances Dade '" '
and recommend programs are will j': V / \ e
for teachers and students continue along progressive lines until : /
that will ease the the >" J. : SWMMTCtost ,Sill '
transition from all-Negro to predominantly desegregation mission has been fully accom- ,',, ; '
white schools. plished. ) ; '
,. ./ Ol ,/
'\ 4,, .-;'j "> /
} '
Desegregation of schools has ; kL : 'Oil
brought .'.. ',= FSbfICS\A
about many changes in our schools. There has t..V \ +
been a transfer of teachers from one schoolto Metro's manager, Porter Homer, has sub- f : ,{ '/ \ ,':;"' \. '

another some white teachers going to mitted the budget for 1965-66 totalling over itt < 'tSAVE,30. : % \' =

Negro schools and Negro teachers to white $73 million. ,":LUXURIOUS; CUSTOM\HADE, DRAPERIES i
schools. Included in the budget are $20.8 millionfor \ :
There is a white principal at the Booker operation of hospitals; $9.1 million for the ,"ANTIOE' SATIN 'AHB rf Iikis: BROCADES'!

T. Washington High School. There will be sheriff's office ; $6 million for the Public i lAIty 'BEAUTIFUL, mtirTo' CHOOSE

white principals at Phyllis Wheatley, Alla- Works Department ; $2.8 million for welfare '> \ V ,
pattah Elementary and Junior High and at and $7.9 million for public works projects, .,. '*\ A A /'
Glade View Elementary. roads and waste disposal. /: \ FREE ESTIMATES \V'

Percy Oliver, coach at North Dade High, Items rejected include $29,500 for an in. m '
will join the coaching staff at Jackson High school child guidance program. Shop''it Hw.(- Die! 7589658Representative

Sheriff Buchanan's request for 15 more .
been much discussion about some jail guards and 45 more firemen ; also a request :' V will bring samples to your

of these changes, but on the whole they seem for personnel by the Juvenile Domestic I :,home{Also save on custom:- 'de\.slipcoversanduphosteryworlu : i
to be working out satisfactorily.Just Relations Court. ;'

what's going to happen when the The new budget also provided funds for \ "

phasing out goes into effect, remains to be Metro to take over Miami's jail and stockadeand .
seen. During the coming year there should be additional personnel for the state attor- I':; DUMHIll'DECOTATOIS l

many more Negroes attending white schools. ney's office and the Metro Court. IU1i1111 UISU 111x1111


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MIAMI TIMES. Friday, June 4, 1965 5

r {Kills Mitt.; Whe AII.Ck.I 11'j I

.1 'Her; Wish Inkei lottlt J

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bert iy1S, as'he camr
A 34-year-old woman was
Miami her with a broken bottle in
'i. arrested Sunday by
,j homicide detectives for the the kitchen of their home at
JUNE the ''i'i':
month for
graduates, and .. butcher-knife killing of her 4741 N.W. 10th Ave., De-
..., .. '
brides. We wish them both well. The modern .,I.; '.,!:':.'.;'' ,<,' boyfriend. tective Tony Fontana said.
girl's ambition is the same as her mother's was ''Ii Bobbie Lee Stanford ad- The woman was booked in
-to make some man a good wife. mitted plunging a butcher county jail on a charge of
knife into the heart of Oil- mans lauaht ere
Wedding bells will ring June 13 for Ber- ..
nice Miles and Joseph Silas at Christ Episco- .; >T '
pal Churfch. ,. Mr. A. C. Brown left the "World Fair
City" to spend a few days here in our Magic
Congratulations and best wishes to Mr. "4i M City attending the funeral of his aunt, Mrs.

and Mrs. Dudley Finder Mrs. Pinder is the : Victoria Rogers.. He was the guest of the Leroy

former Milford ,McMinns. ua1 Browns.

Villetta Jones, a teacher at Bunche Park
Elementary and Vernon Howard of Norfolk, H 4L:

Va. will be joined in Holy Matrimony at the.
Church of the Incarnation this week.

.M- -
Mr. and Mrs. George Reese of Opa-

locka have announced the forth-coming mar- ,
riage of their daughter, Martha to Alfred

Hollinger. x'5211: NW 17 AVE.The .

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority honoredone friendliest bar in town
of its sorors, Ethel Grice, upon her retire-
ment from the teaching profession on Satur-

day at the home of Mrs. Daniel Francis (Sue) Sharon Yong Is Outstanding

Happy birthday wishes to Michael Kevin

Garwin, Clara B. Carey, Ruth Blacknell, Ron- ITW Graduate
ald Richardson and Ernestine Seymore.On .
Miss Sharon Frances Because of her many

Monday evening, June 7 at 8 p.m. Young,salutatorian of Booker achievements, Sharon was
the Miami River Senior Center, 1407 NW 7th T. Washington's graduating offered a full scholarship Col-for

St. will be dedicated.' Dr. Clark Tibbitts, deputy class Intensified of 1965 College will attendan Pre- lege four in years Atlanta at ,Spelman Georgia.As Come in and say "hello"to

director, National Council of Aging, Wash- paratory Program at Spel- a member of Greater ,
ington, D. C. will be guest speaker. man College this summer. Bethel A.M.E. Church, she
This is an all-expense paid, serves as a Sunday School Elfin or, FootsN8essttr. jac1de! DeWer
teacher and the hostess of the
Northwest YWCA, 5100 NW 21st Ave., highly selective program. church. '.18D FOOD
starts its Day Camp program June 7 for children bestowed Many honors Sharon have been and Sharon is the daughterof ".-'f1'COLI..,.:''TRYaDEWEY'S"FAMOUSSO; :
upon ->:
5 through teenage. Children will be grouped she has shown her scholasticand Mr. and Mrs. Willie D. USEA1iD BAR-BE.QUE RIBS
according to age and placed under trained leadership abilities Young of 1461 Harrison, '
workers. her endeav- in Richmond Heights and the road remodeled
through many have
granddaughter of Mrs. *The is open and we
ors. She won the Miami Wel- Frances Miller of Miami.As all of youl!
forward to seeing
lesley Club award for beingan We are
Calvin Cambridge New York City is an added honor, she
in.town visiting his family and friends. attended outstanding Goucher sophomore College in, was presented $500 from the Let's all\ have a ball this weekendl
Clubto ;
Bay Harbour Optimist r
Baltimore, Maryland on a
supplement college ex-
Sixty-eight teachers, who are retiring National Science Foundation -
next week after 2,115 combined 'years of Grant last summer,won penses. I
classroom service were honored by the Dade the Betty Crocker Talent
Search for the "Homemaker
School Board Wednesday; as.well as 52 other of :Tomorrow," was a Mi- __ IJUULJI UUULJJJIJJUI IUXJJIJII mil r ITII-11| i
tiring school employees -"administrators, sec- i.amL Herald Top Teen, and II IIf
retaries, cafeteria"workers, bus drivers, and has won awards for her FOR THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATESCALL
custodians. Each one was presented with a scholastic achievements in
framed resolution of appreciation for his school.
yearsof She Is president of the
work with Dade's children. Latin Club and Junior Red "
Cross at her school, a mem- f BONDED 4ai"
Among Dade Seniors receiving Haydon ber of the Quill and Scroll,
Burns scholarship awards were Marva Joyce Thespian Troupe 2112, l
Scott and Mona Bethel of George Washington BTW Press Club (Reporterand p0
Typist), Science Club,
Carver High ; Helen Perry, Brenda Jack- Junior Heart Association, ( RENTAL
son, Lottie McGuire, Rosa Lee Jones and Jeanette Student Council, Athletic Association 1 .
Walker of Mays High; Charlie Holiday, and the Allied ,

Larry Rogers, Eugene Pugh, Ward A. Strigglesand Youth. .ay ) AGENCY INC.THE \
Evelyn Lester of Northwestern High ; (
Ronnie Williams and Deidre, Hudson of North ZETA BOAT RIDE .

Dade; from Booker T. Washington winnerswere Zeta Phi Beta Sorority is
Wayne Fulton, Percival Brown, Andrew sponsoring a Boat Ride on LARGEST COLLECTION AND RENTAL
the famous Dream Boat.
Robinson, JoAnn Hammett and Sadie P.
Holland. Time is 8:30: date; June AGENCY IN THE SOUTH; OPERATING IN
Those who went last year J
Sgt. and Mrs. Y. Z. Davenport of Rich- can tell your friends about DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES4 .
mond Heights are delighted to have Mrs. the fun had by all. 1 PRESIDENT

Davenport's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Tickets members may of be purchasedfrom Zeta Phi 1 *4.{""';> <. #\' : GEORGE P. HARTH,' GENERAL MANAGER ,Y.''
Towner of Louisiana visiting with them. Beta Sorority. j :',', '''/''.">'/t,* '

You may also contact the <:'\; MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN '
Cleo Jollivette' is now tonsil-less after an chairman, Mrs. R. L. Fortson ,
operation on Wednesday at Baptist Hospital. for information and: tickets. ,''t ", ':>." :,' 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
J. Pinckney, Basileus ,$* >"' *
Sincere sympathy to the Myrie and An- R. L. Fortson, Chairman ,: ,'i, V Bonded also has employment service at main' office

ders families in the lost of their loved ones. Avenue "
4150 N.W. 7th

James E. Scott Community Associationwill regular meeting of the A full time public relations department to assist you in solving your problemsPlus .
sponsor its annual summer day camp from Zeta Phi Beta Sorority will I a fleet of ears giving door to door service for tenants convenience,
June 7 to July 31. Mrs. Lydia J. Neasman is be held at the Carver Branch On nights and Sunday for emergency service call PL 9-8733
camp director. For further information call YMCA located at 5770 N.W.
PL 8-4791. 15th Avenue, Saturday, June I MAIN OFFICE
5 at 7:30 p.m. .
Very urgent business will ,; J,,, 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9.8733 .
Nurses Lydia Rahming and Celeste Lock- be transacted and the newly I
hart of Nassau have doffed their white cake elected officers will be in- /andalism don. fay a few It .xp.nslv. to all. Pleat h.lp us stop this unnec.ssary.vir.

for a couple of weeks and are vacationing here stalled. ". .,' > > C.A. Ldckhart, Public Relations Director
in Miami as the houseguests of Mrs. Marie J. Pinckney, Basileus

Get well wishes to Mrs. Annie Edwards, ::YR ,, 17325 Homestead Ave. 1163 N.W. 3rd AveFR 3-8416
Robinson, Jo Ann Hammett and Sadie P. REDUCE :/.< Ptrrln. CE 5-3553 1675 N.W. 62nd St. OX 6.2467
Lost up to 6 poundsDR. 1019 Hommandville Rd. 3801 Grand Ave. HI 5-1381
Our sympathy to the Davis and Thelma LONG Pompano WE 3-3235 4240 H.w. 27th Ave, HE 5-3466

Outler families. 1545 S. W. 1st Street 14255 N.W. 22nd Ave. 2026 N.W. 75th St. 696.3322
FR 3.2748 Opa-locka MU 8-0617 2060 N.W. 3rd Ct. FR 1.5995THE
Helena Knowles is in town to witness the

graduation of her son, Darville, from North-
western High. Darville is valedictorian of his j I


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,* .: Ev.r7: Wikiud-. ; tt BY DAVE SOHDU

6v .1.1- ::" ;/. ,! :; .:'" .' ;';;:fY.< .1.1'l
". When will we begin to understand our fellowman? When
( ;, will we begin to help build him up rather than envy him?
AMATEUR NIGHT MONDAY, t. : ENVY is the key word to those two questions. A friendof
6j M I CASH PRIZESAT : I mine bought a newcara few days ago, and this broughta
) flood of criticisms from many points. This brought to
It' '. ,. my mind how many times I have seen a person buy a new
car or purchase a home,and their so-called friends tell them
I -- ., 1' I how nice it is. Then, two minutes later, they are criticising
by saying that "he had no business buying car or home,
he should be doing so and so with his money. He should
I LIBERTY CltY.POO'' not be trying to make an impression on people.
II I ENVY is the only word that can be applied to people
vI like this. This person has not tried to realize that that man
I f' ,,< ,;" :{'Y< I, is paying for that car or that house by the sweat of his
brow. That is have and be
man trying something somebody -
._ __.1 9 : and if the persons who criticize him would take that
w *ARDEN, and PATICREAR I time to try to better themselves, maybe they would be ableto
Little Miss Sunshine Clubis shine Club wishes to thank buy a home or car too., Then they would be too busy
Charade Yvette Horton, everyone who helped to make :' trying to pay their bills to worry about what that other
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. this affair a success. The I ( 8F PALACE BAR fellow has. Let's be more brotherly to each other, and no}
Edward Horton. was the win tea, baby contest, kiddies .( : be envious, but happy to see our fellowman get ahead in
ner of the baby contest. modeling and the Club give 4 this world. It's hard enough to live in this world together
Runners up were Leonard Jay away, by the vice presidentMrs. 1NW69th Terr. & 17fh AWl.i without living in envy apart.
Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Coplin. The YWCA M .
James Harris, and James was the place May 16.
Moreland, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Christine Armstrong PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Ann Finklesteln (Roosevelt -
Mrs. Walter Moreland.The is chairman and Israel Arm Savings Bank)
chairman of the Sun- strong, president. PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Nat Vaughn (Downtown
Barber Shop)
I 1 POLICEMAN OF THE WEEK: Amos Jenkins (MetroSheriffs
.. .
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z-- ",..' -" "<; '"iIi' \ ,"'I! \ :":1J': -" : I DISC JOCKEY THEWEEK: Rocking Rogers(WAME)
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'it YOU! ;,;.., ..
t f t.<<" Charles Hill, Program Director of the Carver Branch
r / Dance Good Music EVERYONE WELCOME YMCA has asked me to mention that sponsors are needed
I Good f 1" ; to help with the Softball team and the baseball team. Theyare
( Listening Dance '
< : MI; in need of and A dvic-mlnded who
\ ",:\ DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF pants jerseys. man
sponsors a team can advertise his product on the jerseys,
;' /I MY COUSIN'S PLACE ;. STAN THE MAN AND HIS BAND and at the same time help provide healthful, organized play
r for these youngsters to help keep them off the streets. If
LOUNGE AND HITECLUB I some of you businessmen are interested,andyoushould be,
\ contact Mr. Hill at the YMCA OX 1-0231.

207 NW 36 ST and 2nd AveFatarlng M

.. ,- Sonny, the man billed as the "world's
.' the OrlglmifCoiusrnsj -"- (greatest Drummer", after ten years of
8 .! Room sparking the Count Basie Band and a short
; s ...
|torrlrtgfjnwy Griffin, Voc tlif and, MC ; b I stint behind Frank Sinatra,recently formed

| Continuous., J $ I his own trio to spotlight his world acclaimed -
entettaiaajatand. d. "d g., 'til ,- ._ AT 19111 t, &1Th AYE I drum talents. Payne, 38, has been
5 a..., > I drumming since the tender age of 3 when
** No coyer charge or oanUstotEveryone PROUDLY PRESEHTSifA his father, reknown Jazz Drummer, Chris '.. :

.'if.,'Sw""g. ,- :Everyoiie'WelcoMe" At '>>=A.NIIIE'4'i', .;,'6 0t.lYNE'1," .,,1 113'4. : I at ColumbQ the age, Introduced when most him youngsters to a drumstick are still

| drumming with a rattle. For ten years, he
MY COUJJ" $;!j AC.E. .;
locomoted the Basie band literally around
a (Formerly thSwit. :iiciitcIt) ; t.t ; CLAIEHCE REED q Sonny Payne the world Including a command performance '
36Tfc' "'" "'''' ; 4' for of both Presi-
207N.W.. :A 2aa. A.-: the Queen of England, inauguration
fi AND'THEWHEW" dent Kennedy and Johnson, Jazz Festivals everywhere.The .

.... ...... ...... ..... a .< Star of Sheffield England said "the outstanding per-
: sonality and artist of the evening was Sonny Paynedrummer -
RREVUE. : : acrobat, juggler and gymnast, who held a patchy
Uattjtl.rs.w) United States St..lOd, w. w.. .pa si.is co.,. .. first-house audience in the palm of his twitching, itching,
pleasure-giving hands. His incredible solo (so long it enables
the orchestra to take a break) on "Old Man River"was
out of this world." Sonny now has his own trio with a
King John Root Man' vibrant organist and a phenomenal sax man. I listened to
them the other day while they were rehearsing and heard a
remark that his group is "the poor man's Count Basie".
--.5- They do a few of Basic's tunes,but have many of their own
H arrangements that you would enjoy. We wish them much
luck, and know that they will be the top trio, as Sonny is ,
the top drummer.


NOTE DEPARTMENT: Congratulations are in
order for Juanita Matthews and Willie Lazier. They were
married recently, and are both such nice people that all
who know them wish them much happiness. .Robert
Jackson, man about town, is rolling in a new caddy, andI
f r say, "ride it in good health" The show at the Mr.
James Club was a doozie last weekend. Arthur Prysockwith
his Brother Red, The George Patterson Dancers, Sonny
w Payne with Billy Miranda doing the M.C. work Watch
f for the new Dizzy Jones record due on the market anytimenow.
It is destined to be a national hit The Original
Cousins at "My Cousin's Place" on 36th Street and N.W.

ALI AND KING JOHN 2nd Avenue (formerly the Smith Brother's Club Didja
MUHAMMAD ever wonder where Hotel Owner, Al Symonette, gets the
INVITES CASSIUS CLAY AND ALL OF ,HIS, fANS TO Jasmine flowers he walks around with all the time? Well,
frSb DANCE AND RELAX AJVTHE"PARISIAN the secret's out. He gets them from his yard. Little
.r ',' Eddie Taylor has "splat" (That's past,past tensefor split).
GO-GI SAUL ROOM He is someplace in Texas. .Frank Duboise, having been
... successful with the BB Show last at the Tikki
.."': ,,1-- ..:x.; ,," : ,.... King Sunday
.j : .J/' Club, celebrated by buying a pair of Mink Lined Golf shoes,
Monday nigftt :;"'=.Dr!;Voodoo Calypso Band like Ernest Hayes' I might be in Nassau next week to
>! *r'.t 4. '"'to:""" :" ,..;;. <. pay a visit to Peanuts Taylor at the Drumbeat Club, and
....Wednesddrrtiii.-, \ : Pete, Retha Ree.se- my girl Friday will take over for me. (She sez she is al-
': ./ >',' -* Starettes, Eddie King ,";.,: ready called "Mayme", "George", "Auntie Mavme",1\1a.
,_ : and 4 Queens mie Stover", and now "FRIDAY"?Anyway, our topic next
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Metropolitan AME MATTHEW TEMPLE A.M.ERev. Local Station a Winner in ... 'tot '" -1-t

Rev. J, J. Williams, pastor Daniel Pridgen pastor
\1. Bannerman reporterOn The Mr. BondMan
Ruth ,
R. Lucas reporter ,
last Sunday a special Radio in Action ContestRadio ,
1 service was held to Greetings and blessings to
honor the graduating. students all Christian friends of the ventures as the granting of Of The WigThe
station WMB M.
of Miami North- city who helped us in the sup- Y.M.C.A. memberships by
western Senior High. port of our first and second Miami Florida, was judgeda station.
The opening processionmade Missionary Mass Meeting of winner in the recently con- one civic-minded .
a beautiful picture. the South Florida Conference I i eluded Radio in Action con- -
The combined choirs of Miami District held in Ft. test sponsored by Milk Prod- Local radio spot-an-
Nos. one and two and the Lauderdale, May IS, at Shaw ucts Division of Pet Milk nouncements, tie-in news .
Gospel Chorus led the Temple AME Church, Rev. Company. paper ads, In- tore point-of-
ion and the Leola Payne pastor. Led on material and massive
proce stu- Radio stations across the purchase Y
lents, attired in their by our District President Sis. country competed in developing aisle displays in grocery 4r
Ruth R. Lucas of Matthew
and followed. announced the contests
caps gowns!! local stores
Temple. Our new Presideir programs.
The morning message, and served to substantially
Consumers enteredthe
Rev. W. L. Souder,
delivered Rev. Wil-
bv sales of PET
Gainsville. District officers, competition with only a
liams was taken from Exodus EVAPORATED MILK.L. .
pastors, and missionary wor- show of PET EVAPORATED -
33:14 and
: was entitled brand
S. Barnhart, man-
"God's Presence." kers who came from Key West MILK labels. Contests
It was a very appropriate Cornish Memorial I St. varied from baby, beauty ager for PET EVAPORATED
sermon; for these Stephens, and each church and talent to sweepstakes and MILK,announced that
young people who are represented as we' greetedthe community contribution hundreds of thousands of
about to venture into a delegation in Shaw Tem- projects. "The more imagination labels were reported receivedat
new way of life. The pastor ple, the spirit of the Lord fell the better" was the participating radio sta
upon the president led in as theme such tions.
told them that no inviting unique
where singing "Draw Me Nearer."
matter they go or L.
what accomplishments And we were made to feel, in
the words of scripture," Surely Thomas Rolle ?' .
they may achieve they New Bethel Rev. Supt. .? ,
the Lord is in This Place.
will always need God'spresence Deacon Chas. E Gibson
to guide and and assistant A. Clark
Host to UnionNew
help them along the way TEMPLE BAPTISTThe had charge of the Sunday

After the sermon the Lord's Supper will Bethel Baptist School and Pres. E. J. .
students went to the altar be administered at both Church, 1571 NW 68th Clark led the Missionary k
to he praved for. Bro the morning and evening Terr., the Rev. Ernest Society.
Walter Lee delivered this services Sunday, and the Williams pastor, was hostto Pastor Williams and
prayer. chairs will sing jointly. the Ministers a n dDeacons' members entertained the
We are looking forward Union of Atlan- Union royally. The next
Congratulations to the
to having a glorious first! meeting will Be at Mt.
of tic Coast Baptist Assoc-
young people our
Sunday next week. All church who graduated iation last weekend.All Zion, West Palm, Beach
members are asked to the sessions Rev. J. H. Johnson pas-
from high school this were
see: their class leaders before ,
tor. "'
thev leave morning week, and welcome to inspiring and informative.
those who have returned Choirs that added zest to The man of the wig and of the week is Amos
service if possible. Grace Presbyterian
from college. the welcome program Larkin, Southern District Director of Wigs by Mr.
Funeral services: for the were those of New Bethel (5859 NW 14th Avenue Larkin lives at 11281 Douglas Road, Richmond

late Sister Isidora Tynes St. James, Mt. Olivetteand Rev. enjoyable W. F. Savoy tame' pastorAn was Heights with his wife Annette and two sons, Amos
held last Temple. Jr. and From Coconut Grove
were Saturday Anthony. to Homestead,
had by all nn the church
MT. CALVARY' M.B. afternoon. AgaJn the Challenging messages lawn last Sunday evening Mr. Larkin is well known for his winning smilehissoft
church sends deepest were delivered by the the adult choir- spoken way, and, above all, the right wig for the
Rev. S. Atchison, as
sympathy to the bereaved Revs. Joseph Smith J. A. sponsored the excellent right person. -. Thompson photos.
Constance Carter reporterOn family. King, J. H. Johnson .
musical program. Thanksto 6
Sunday, we will be choir came from West
the visiting choirs and ..frAEt
looking forward to another SHI LOn BAPTISTRev. Palm Beach; and Presi- soloists the mistress of t
Inspirational Sunday high- dent H. W. Moss, whose ceremonies. .
Mr. and Mrs.
A, M. Griffin,
pastor choir came from Home-
in the
lighted by partaking Harold Higgs who pro-
Lord's Supper. Eugene Jones, reporter stead. Alternttes were moted the program and

Remember that you are Monday, June 7, the revival the Revs. J. L. Johnson all who helped to make it
welcome to worship at Mt. meeting prayer service Rev. Thomas Rolle and H. a success. sa&B
Calvary any time. We will will begin throughout the M. G. McDonald.The Holy Communion will Z
strive to place Christ aboveall week. sessions were pre- be celebrated this Sun-
because he is our all sided over by President
Don't forget to pray for day morning and we encourage -
Moss and vice presidents
and all.
the sick and shut-ins. evervone to remember -
Deacon A. J. Hanna and Lord's
our command -
-- : "This do in re- -
mehrance of me."
... The Christian Educa-
tion workshop conducted -
by Mrs. Susie Daniel
chairman of our Chris- : DELIVERY DRUG
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THE MIAMI TIMES I Friday, June 4, 1965 9

flli A''l: WEEKLY ':, I News From The Bahamas k ?; y YMCA CIMP. to Offer_- I

t In the 12th Out Island] Re- pected. Thomas Brown,cap-
NOTES:! gata held at George Town, tain of the boat, discoveredthe r.'
: Kxuma, recently, Long is- body. f" .'.Sli iii, Riflery, SiiliRi
,, ,
land took the spotlight < ;
,1} J ;:ts-4BY,MB. BOND MODELS winning championships by in S The Carver Branch DAY CAMP All pro-

three of the five major classes. Miss Christine White was YMCA Residence Camp snectlve: ]leaders! of the
For a personal visit and Rupert Knowles' Tida stabbed to death in front of will]) be held at. Camp Fla.] Carver Day Camn are re-
r the Nassau Yacht Haven on on Lake Placid] on Aug. nulred to attend an all
the "right wig", call Mr. Wave from MangroveBush dav trnlnfnc
22-28. This will be institute tot
Larkin at CE May 24. Funeral serviceswere a new
8-3352. Our swept Class A honors >p" held nt trip downtown
saleswoman and held May 31 at St.Anne's concept In Camping in
friendly in the the Rock Sound Trophy.In that YMCA.10 N\V' and A
experience and Instructions vp"
south we introduce Mrs. Olive the large sloop division Church, Fox Hill.Congressman on such events Saturday. June 12 startIntr .
Wore, at 14200 Graves Drive. second place went to S S S as \\Wer Skiing NRA at f) n.m. neccl tra.
Call Mrs. Wore at CE 8-6883. Lady M. Hancel Miller's Adam Riflery. Sailing, Indian tions are now being accented -
For sets and styles in the try from Stanlel Cay, Ex. Powell of New York Clayton Lore and Crafts will)] be ) for thp first week
south, we introduce Mrs. uma Ethel McPhee's defending arrived added to the pro ram. Tune 14-lf. There I Is a
Olivia Edwards of Beauty- champion Thunderbird, in Nassau on JViuy The Carver staff Is already ]- limit of forty campers
rama, 14644 Lincoln Boulevard from Nassau, was third. 23, and delivered the principal recruiting a staffof for the Miami nren but
235-9998. I Long Island crafts scored address the next dayat trained and qualified none r those llvlntr In

Thursday, the 27th, an en- L.r first places In both the second an all-day freedom rally]] specialists as leaders and the Ona-locka community -
tertaining social was held at the home of Mrs. Helen and third classes. sponsored by the PLP. An counselors. There Is a Blanks will he Renton
estimated 3,000 spectators special need 'now request or can he picked .
Carr, whom we met at the Richmond Heights Women'sClub. S e for
attended the meeting on the leaders with water safe un V th" VM'lrHnp'
The Beauty Social, conducted
by model Nancy
Corker and male The Rev. Cletus(Wende) Southern Recreation ty Instructors cards who CULTURE CLINIC -
our new model Bruce Thompson, Edgecombe, O.S.B., and the Grounds, which is said to have experience In either We are accentlner reels-
focused on poise,and Miss Corker
demonstrated basic trations for the
wig styling to the ladies. Rev. Preston Moss will be ordained have been staged as protest boating sailing or life Saturday
to priesthood June to the revision of the bound saving also for a rifle] classes.] They will com-
Tuesday evening Mrs. Rosetta .
Fortson held a mence when the minimum
4 at St. Francis Xavier's aries draft which passed in Anyone Inter-
a most enjoyable Beauty Social at the F. C. Martin Cathedral. the House of Assembly] last ested In this program nuota Is enrolled.
School. Model Susan Allen ADULT PROGRAMThe
conducted the social with month. should contact either Mr. -
junior model Janice Maycock and Amos Larkin was Father Cletus is a nativeof RflTiev pt th* YMCA or Bridge Class and
there, of course. Scrub Hill, Long Island S S S Jefford Smith. Prospective scheduled recreation and
WE'D UKE TO SAY and son of Mr. and Mrs. competitive events will
HELLOTo Miss Irene Cooper, campers mav be'rin
a few recent friends of Mr. Bond: Doiothy Prince Edgecombe. Father daughter of the Rev. and registering: now for the begin In require These activities -
Moss will be secular member-
Mitchell, Ann Rash, Lola Hampton, Evelyn Holmes, a priest Mrs. RE. Cooper, ]left on camnlne period. The
for the ships only.SPORTS
diocese. He is
a son minimum ao-e for t h I <
Maeona Patrick, Johnnie Lee Jones, and Ann Bailey- May 21 to join the staff of PROGRAM
of the late Preston Moss and weeks adventure I Is! pieht -
welcome to Mr. Bond the South Mead
our family. Hospital, The Carver Colts still
Veronica Moss and the years and the maximum
Hello to all our old friends of Mr. Bond in the Bristol England.] She has have five
14 an impressive
grandson of the late Mr. and years. Each camner
south-sorry we can't mention you all by name, but we Mrs. Percy Wilkinson. completed a threeyearcourse must have a health examination to two record with a full
are proud to have you ladies representing us. at the Princess Mar- to he accepted. holiday schedule planned.
e S and has
garet Hospital
IN FORT LAUDERDALE: 1995 N.W. 6th St., JA passed
4-0393, our manager Mrs. Harrison and our beautician, Miss Hilda Bowen, sec- theexaminationssetbythe
Mrs. Wells, have come up with a catchy soloan "Buya ond daughter of Irwin W. examining board of the Bahamas Join the NAACP
Mr. Bond wig, where the dollars make more sense." Bowen and the late Mrs. Nursing Service. She
IN MIAMI, 1552 N.W. 54th St.. OX 1-3111. these Jestina Bowen, has been appointed will take a year's training in
England] in order to take the ,
these socials made news: Mrs. Theola Davis, hostess principal matron of -
and model Alice Jennings: In OPA Locka: Mrs. Princess Margaret Hospital, examination to become a
Pearlie Taylor, hostess and model Cloudlne Allen: effective May 21. She is the state registered nurse. WIGLET HAIR STYLES
twittf .. ...... In ......
at the YMCA: Mrs. Christine Armstrong, hostess, first Bahamian to study nurs- S S 5..taN Cktftilftf
and model Roz. Hill.On behalf of your models ladies, ing in the United Kingdom A health ... Hw TMM TOP PtOMJM"
center Long
Mr. Bond thanks you. the first to be appointed a CrtcM tar OM MMM ... MM* her at tilt.
Island costing $182,000 is t., ..L.IA.* tnmm M tor k4. LMti M
"SANDY SAYS" HOW TO GET AHEADGet is nursing the first sister to, be and promotedto now she to be built at McKenies, Murri,.......Mt.. ..MuM*. Ok vr to*cr.w..f ftMU.Co4 JPMT .....

ahead in life, don't be afraid to be daring the highest nursing and Deadman Cay. Constructionis EASY TO SfT.
and try new varieties new changes, and new ideas. hospital administration posi- scheduled to begin June 1. ATTACH RESTYLE
Be natural in your appearance, but with a touch of tion in the Bahamas. Principal Located on a hill, the center COMES IHKCCUIA
your own creations. Nothing is more effective than a Matron Bowen studied will include two wards containing THICKER*STYLES AND
natural look, but with a hint of something different, both in England and Scot six beds, three examination ..f Itock
and that difference is up to you. If you want to look land. rooms, operating OH Sick

like everyone else, you will find that >very easy to S e room X-Ray room and den- Mim4 Dri Brown GreyMWUI 1m .1STT'-4I.5G
do. But, if you are eager to venture out into anew tal facilities. $3 .... 8111&TNebr ......-..1...
look you are on your way to getting ahead by first Kenneth Thompson, employed -"
of all, thinking of a new idea, second by trying that ] at the Nassau Beach ..,.. .JM

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First step to get ahead of course, get a head a Service course. IULBT !
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; i h ;r h. ; ia tier sister-in-law was awarded Sidney$16,800 :5.I:..: s ica1 ie. ..+'.t t S i nz"LE-PETITE"-
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Miami Times : ; Her husband died as a sistance in obtaining a
1" result of carbon monoxide birth certificate, locating
poisoning In the cabin of a and buying property, find-
,;, truck owned by the Nassau ing relatives and Impor-
,'". y$5 a yea.'i Beach Properties Ltd., by tant documents records
; whom he was employed. etc., general rnfarmationpertaining
to yourself or
the Bahamas, please con-
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Father Ellsha S. Clarke.
vicar i t.

Sunday: Church School r.-
9:30: a.m.; Solemn Sung
Mass and Sermon with I It fl -

procession. 10:45 a.m.. iI
Solemn Evensong with METROPOLITANAs
-- --- Benediction of the Bless- IRj;

ed Sacrament 7 p.m. The guest speaker for
Episcopal Churchwomen Missionary Sundav, May

will have its United 30, Mrs. Maxine Ford
Thank Offering Spring Ingathering resounded the call "Here
Sunday at the Am T. Send Me: Send
10:45: a.m. Mass. All : Me." for the women of
women of the church are 11jFL'; our society: .
urged to be present .S Her timely and Inspi-

wearing white dresses if rational topic developedand

possible and their chapter K 1 pointed out the responsibilities -
Rosettes, also at this and challenges 1-

service the faculty and k of Missionaries In
1965 graduating class of the foreign field and on
North Dade Jr...-Sr. High the home front.

School will be out special The morning service
guests. There will be a --'-' was conducted hv the

brunch given in honor of Adult: Socletv. Partici-
the graduating class Immediately Scroll A. Blocker Awards for .trtorie! and ovtstoadiiig service were presented to pants were Mesdames

following ser- the ladies pictvreo1 above daring coMeiceneat ceremonies recently' at St. Augustine's Clara Pratt. Eliza Dixon

vices. Florida Me.orial College. Fro left to right Miss Minna Frank, Mrs. Fannie Smith Gaston, MvrMs. Johnson R. H
On last Sunday the Rt. Johnson. Patience Mit-
The New Presbyterian Rev. James L. Duncan, Mrs. Rosa Gordon, Mrs. Norai Grice Jackson (who also accepted the award for Mrs. Goldie chell, Rosebud Dickinson

Church for All People loca- D.DSuffragan Bishopof Lvversia Long, not present), Mrs. Gladys Afredie Robinson, Mrs Nellie Hollway Meade, Sarah Belle, Clementina

' ted at N.W. 12th Ave. and the Diocese of South ad Mrs. Alvarez Street.FRIEIDSBIP Rahming. Rev. R. H.
43rd St. announces that Dr. Florida confirmed a class Johnson made encouraging

Lawrence Bottoms, one of and blessed our new four remarks to the group.

the outstanding ministers in feet six inches Rex M.B. NT. SINAI BAPTISTRev. NEW HOPE BAPTIST The evening services
the Presbyterian U.S.. denomination Christus. a cross with were rendered hv the
will begin a three Christ the King on it. Rev. J.E. Jenkins pastor S. A. Thomas pastor Rev. W. E. Sims pastorA. Junior Society. The guest

month summer pastorate at which Is a favorite of our Ruby Lee Carr reporter Bro. D. James reporter L. Stpehens, reporter speaker for the occasion

the church this Sunday. Dr. Bishop and our priest. Saturday June 5. the Male Auxiliary Night has was Afr" T IP se Haynes
This I was a gift from Last Sunday we had a Woodruff. Other participants -
Bottoms will 'preach on "God Chorus will sponsor a musical taken the spotlight for
Michael Greenbraum. a glorious time throughout the were the Misses:::
Loves to the End" at the 11 program here at the church at Sunday evening services.If .
friend of Edwin
a.m. Communion Service. Rogers. 8 p.m., with various singing you have failed to attend day. Our pastor delivered a Gloria Allen. Posalvn
The Church School for all The public to is cordially Invited of the city such as the any of these services special message in honor of and Sharon Hepburn,
ages is at 6:30 Sunday eve- see it. C Lord C's the Wright Sin- make it a must and our graduates. The following Linda Ashley and others
be the recipient of won- attended: Eloise Carswell, whose names we do not
the Weary Travelers and
Bottoms grew up in other groups. You are invited. derful spiritual blessings. Emma Burkes, Peggy Ann have.
Selma. Alabama. He receivedan Get well wishes to DeaconB. Preparation is the key- Kinchen, Roy Lee Owens and The Junior Choir ren-
dered the music for the
A.B. degree from Geneva T. Smart who is at home from note for all men of the Dillie Hadley. Presentationswere occasion under the direc-

Falls, Pa., and did his three the hospital and all of our church. All loyal men of made Sunday night. tion of Mrs. Laura Pal-
years of seminary training at other sick and shut-ins. Our Mt. Sinai are diligently The No. 2 Usher Board more.
Reformed Presbyterian Seminary combining: their forces to says thanks to the pastor,
deepest sympathy to Sister Mrs. Sarah Belle serv-
climax) their efforts onMen's officers and members and
at Pittsburgh. Pa. He ,
Fannie Willians in the loss of ed ns program chairman.
'has also studied at Atlanta \ Day June 20. The our many visiting friends. We remindedthat
her aunt and Sister Geneva Members are
chairman. Deacon J. D.
University.For Brown in the loss of her nep- Stokes and co-chairman. thank you for your wholehearted their monthlv meetIng -

the past fifteen years. Af hew. Richard Greene ask the cooperation. Without will be on the< first
Dr. Bottoms has been associated Come to church and have cooperation of the mem- your prayers and the help of 'Sunday 'at 5:30: p.m.
with the Board of God, our anniversary wouldnot
your faith lifted. bership and their friendsin Rev. R. H. 'Johnson
Church Extension of his denomination have been a success.Aspecial president
helping them make
in Atlanta. In this thanks to Rev. D. A. Clementine Rahmlng
this effort a success r
capacity he travels extensively SALTERS CHAPEL RILE Sunday School Bradley, pastor of Mt. Carmel Eliza Dixon vice
not only in this country The expresses Baptist Church and his presidentANTIOCH
Rev. II. J. Benson pastor its thanks to
but has also representedhis Male Chorus. With sincere --
Flossie Marshall, reporterIt those who fellowshlpped
church in tours of the with them at their postMother's thanks, may God bless and BAPTIST
mission fields in Brazil, was Crusaders Day at keep you. Sis. B. Johnson is
Tea.Don't .
1899 NW 61th St.
Africa and Portugal.Dr. Salters Chapel. The Crusa- president.The .
the shutin P. W. Williams
forget Rev.
Bottoms is in great ders were in charge. We had chairman of our fin ,
members "To worship pastor
demand throughout the United the pleasure of having Mr. ancial drive Deacon William
is to love
States as a preacher and and Mrs.Victor Ward and Son Grant is urging each memberto Bro. Willie Powell.
each other each smile
popular lecturer. His list of Rev. W. F. Tanner, Sr.,gos- from Washington D. C. Theyare hymn each kindly deed a please make your report reporter
pel preacher and the pastor of a The Pastor's Aid Club
accomplishments and honorsis Miss Bernice and Muriel by the second Sunday
formidable. In addition to St Mary Missionary Baptist Ward's brother and sister- prayer. night in this month. Sis. Union Invites each and
serving pastorates in Selma Church, Coral Gables FlorIda in-law. Mrs. Clara Underwoodsang Attend your church Susie Wallace is the secre- everyone< out the second
will be the evangelist regularly its activities as Sunday at 3 to help
and Louisville, he has serv- "How Great Thou Art" p.m.
ed as the first Negro moderator preacher during the revivalat for them by special request.At scheduled Its functions.and supportall tary.MT. --- enjoy this wonderful pro-
of Louisville Presbytery, the New Philadelphia Mis- 3 p.m. Salters Chapel ren- bless God will HERMON AMEFt. gram. The No. 2 Usher

the first Negro moderator of sionary Baptist Church, Rev. dered service at Antioch you. Laudprdalde Board celebrates Its 13th

Synod of Kentucky and is the William IL Washington, Baptist Rev. Stevenson is We at Mt. Hermon nre anniversary. : Sunday, June
only Negro to be awarded the pastor. The new church is the pastor. New Macedonia holdinz: our Calendar Ton 20 at 3 n.m.

( Distinguished Service Awardof located at 420 N.W. 40th Rev. Benson left Sunday 3165 NW 56th Street the second Sunday In The Deaconess Board
Street Miami Florida. The June. We l1r'llni each sponsors n pew rally on
Geneva College. for Jacksonville for a special Rev. R. Jackson pastor are
t At the present time. Dr. date of the revival is June 7 meeting on Monday. Mrs. C. Willie J. Beard reporter of vou to cone and pnfov Sunday, Juno 27 at :3 p.m.
through June 18 1965. and take part In t his I Our revival meeting
Bottoms represents his de- Glem. Mrs. N. Bycrs and Services last Sunday fellowshin wll begin Monday after
nomination on the Commission Prayer meeting will start Mrs. J. P. Rankinleftby were high. Our associate The with us will begin the first Sundav. L. J.
on Missionary Education of each night at 7:00p.m. Bible chartered bus for Lake ministers preached. out of A1 ford from West Palm
at I 5 n.m.. 0111'peak!
the National Council of preaching and gospel sing- Whales for a layman's meet- their souls both morning er for the occasion will- B(> ch. revivalist.
Churches and is an associate ing will be conducted every i ing. and night.
be Atty. Alee Hastingsof May we continue to
i editor of the national weekly, night of the revival. We take Mrs. Eloise Crawford is We wish to concratu- Ft. Lauderdale. Alsoa visit the sick and shut-
the Presbyterian Outlook. He this pleasure of inviting all in Cedars of Lebanon Hos late the members of our feature of this in.
has authored papers for such Christians and nonbelieversto pital. She needs your pray- church who erndnated will)) he thp crowning of '
publications as the Journal come out and hear Rev. from the various schools Miss Mt. Hermon. Help

of Negro Education, is the Tanner, who is a man of ers.Usher Board No. 1 has a this year: Brenda Joyce your birth month to win. Church of Christ
author of the book on Revelations God that preaches out of new look. Did you miss Mrs. Ford Hooker T. Wash- We are looklnt forwardto

"Through Conflict God's word. Mable Carter? She is in ington; Jeanette Green. seeing von on Jimp 13. ScientistThe
to Victory" and was the May we also invite every- James Phill'ns nnd Al- Won't von share this: oc-
Settles Lecturer at Austin body from everywhere all Ohio.Rev.. Claudia Dixon and phonso Jackson from casionwith! us? which healing was taken of the with"man

Theological Seminary, Austin believers in Jesus Christ to husband were in Sanford over Miami Northwestern.As Sundav. June fi i Is Holy palsy" told by Luke (ch.a

Texas, in 1960. pray that God will send us a the weekend. a 1903 graduate I Communion Day The 5)) will he featured in the
The congregation of the true revival Give us your The ladies of the weekare from Northwest. say morn In" messace will he Bible Lesson
to be readat
New Presbyterian Church for moral and spiritual supportto Mrs. Ruth Twigg and to these graduates con- dpllvprpf 1?" our nilnls- Christian Science

All People is thrilled to have the revival by being in and Mrs,_Katherine Simmons. tinue In the grace to of higher God ter. Dr. F. R. Sneed. vices Sunday. ser-

such a man as pastor for the attendance and sharing withus MCGHANEY SPEAKS and heights.go Remember on that Row Merrltt reporter The Golden Text Is

three summer months. Dr. in the effort to save those knowledge Is the key to from Psalms 145:9-17: :
Bottoms will direct all of the who are lost, and to refresh I am as you know only success-! ZION HOPERev. "The Lord Is good to all:

activities at this church whichis those in need of reviving.ST. one person and I can only On Thursday night Paul Freeman and his works. The

not only biracial but is bilinguaL give advice I hope that there will be a musical pastor Lord Is righteous In all
All who are interestedare PAUL A.I.E someone will use some of the program sponsored by the Sunday there will he his ways and holy In all

invited to participate in Rev. T. C. Kelly, things you read in the Miami Ushers' Federation Association baptism at 7:30: a.m. The his works."
the life of this "whole peopleof pastor Times if not my teachings at New Mace- church Is asking all mem- Selections from "Scienceand
God." Mary Rawis reporter listen please to some of the donia. hers and! friends to please Health with Key

The second Sunday is good readings or teachings of he there on time. No. 1 to the Scriptures" by
ST. MARK MoB. Children's Day. Our supt. Mr. someone else.I Usher Board will he selling Mary Baker Eddv will

Brown is asking that each was surprised on last ST. BARNABAS W.M. barbecue Saturday Include the following:
Rev. C. W. Wade pastor parent please take time out Sunday morning when little night at the church. "Immortal Mind is the
Ollie Mae Howell, reporter from their busy schedule Miss Paris Ann Hicks of Rev. E. A. Cnlnier pastor! There also will he a saleat only cause; therefore
Rowena Richardson Sister disease I Is neither
Services were very soul and attend Sunday School or 2261 N.W. 153rd St. Come to Wright's home, a causenor
stirring through out the day morning worship or both with me asking if I had some reoorter 1211 NW ails t St. Don't an effect. Mind In
The Lord is our light. forget to pray" for the every case Is the eternal
with our pastor in charge of your children.We scotch tape and I ask her
and our salvation of sick and shut-ins. God, good. Sin, disease,
the morning services, dedi- wish to thank all of. for what she needed it for, and
death have
whom shall we be afraid? no foun-
cated to the 1965 graduates. our visitors and friends, then she showed.me' a prayer The men are working dations in Truth," p. 115.
Evening service was con- along with our graduates who for students that she wantedto The
hard toward subject will he
very big
ducted by Rev. F. W. World, worshipped with us last place in her bookcase that Father's Dnv J "God the Only Cause and
program on
You haVe an extended invitation she carries to school. I
Sunday. Our pastor gave a June 20. We are very Creator."
to worship with us very inspiring message. really think that was a great thankful to have our pastor TAKE YOUR FAMILY Christian Science Society -
at any time. Don't forget Love Feast step for her to make. Let us doing fine nnd withus TO welcomes you to attend -
Let us continue to pray Friday night and plan to attend try to find a favorite prayer or a Remember 0 1I rhutInq CHURCH SUNDAY Its services each

for and visit our sick and services all day the Bible verse to carry around and all bereaved Sunday morning at 11 at
shut-ins. first Sunday. with us everyday, will you? families. WOO NW :filth St.


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Publishers Association in Wlliam C. Cowger; Judge
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fessor at Columbia's grad Tom Hamilton. General 1 1I
uate school of Journalismsince Manager, The Franklin r- ro
1947. (Ind.) Daily .Journal.
The four day: conven- Initlaing a new con-
tion will also hear addresses
vention program technique -
by Carl Rowan, NNAPA will con- 0
director U. S. I. A.; Lisle duct two Seminars on (1) I Twist""
Carter Jr., assistant director The Negro Revolution RETIRES AS SCHOOL I ? IS ,
U. S. Poverty Program -
and (3) The Negro Press: LUNCH ROOM MANAGER
; Dr. Kenneth'Clark, Six Column Newspaper"
head of the Departmentof Reexamined.Other Mrs. Cornelia L. Glenn j
Sociology, New York opics are: "The has retired after 14 years 7 YOU?
City College; Dr. CH.. "Single/ Advertising Rate with the Dade County Boardof I
Parrish professor of Sociology Trends" and "New Meth- Public Instruction as school
University of ods of Printing: and Pub lunch manager at Dunbar I
Louisville: Norman Is- lishing." Elementary School. S

A staunch worker, she I
serves in many civic, social,
Praises fraternal, and religious capacities j !
Veteran Nurse 'A' ,
I throughout Dade 1 ARE YOU SURROUNDED

County. j I II
Mrs. Glenn was formerlya 1

Christian Hospital Service Bergen public County school New teacher Jersey.A in. j 1 BY STRANGE CONDITIONS

sterilizer. :Mv first opera graduate of Morris ;, <;;

Letter to The tion was a ruptured ap- Brown College, she has done If so, then be sure to be at the Longshoremen's Hall this Sunday,
pendix which was per- further study at Albany State
EditorDear formed bv Dr A. .1. Ked- and Bethune-Cookman Col- j, June 6th at 3 o'clock in the afternoon when the Reverend W. B.

Editor Reeves shaw Sr., The instrumentswere lege.She Herbert, radio's original religious Mystic will reveal hidden secrets
boiled on a is the wife of Mr. Sa-
Please allow me spaceIn stove and the operating muel Glenn and mother of one that will make it possible for you to
:vour paper to congratulate pack: was sterilized In son, Earl, F.Knowing .
the Christian Memorial the stove's oven. Strange Mrs. Glenn as
Hospital staff and enough we had no Infec we do, this is just the beginning I
management great: work in for preparing their tion.The of another career. As OVERCOME ENEMIES.-OVERCOME EVIL

the hospital. patient was discharged she remarked, "I can now do j 1
two weeks in some of the things I wish to

the As Christian i walked Memorial through Henrietta perfect condition.Barden was Mrs.the do." OVERCOME CROSS CONDITIO

Hospital on "Open House" anesthetist.
day May t tf. this visit
brought back: memories: I Doctors S. M. Frazier, For protection, happiness and success through faith without fail I
was, greatly Impressed; T. L. Lowrie. W. B. Saw-
with the hospital's progress yer, H. H. Green and F
D. Mazon were wonderful DUGIE'S
with the late Mrs.
cheerful and confidentthat GUEST HOUSE
.'inie Morris and Mrs..

S.their M. dreams Frazier come could true.see be a fine some and day modern this would hos- The house of fantastic, as 51.day June 6th at 3 P.M.Longshoremen's .
pital. The staff was composed -
T was!! sent to Christian well as immaculate rooms
} of
Memorial Hospital In 1925 R.N.) Now mind"A
nurses (one "Keep u in
:lS the operating room the hospital Is well staffed Ball
supervisor from Tuskegee/ with all the modern con- better place, we challenge ;
institute.. Ala.
where the hospital; was S.veniences.M. Frazier I am can happy see Dr.his you to find, 816 NW 2nd Avenue Miami FloridaWORD
modern nnd well kept. I come true. You may worth this town ,
became disillusioned when end to the other;
I saw this If To see the }progress this
institution; <<
mv finances would have hospital has made with The oceomodatlonc, you; OF GOD TEACHINGS OF JESUS 1\

allowed me would have only charity offerings receive, "I am He that was dead and behold I am alive-Rev.
left. Then I thought about assures me that the management You find only, In this "
Dr. Booker T. Washing: must have a pre- 118.
ton's philosophy? "Cast pared and dedicated staff.I brother. "He that followeth me shall not walk in darkness"J

down your bucket where have pledged myselfto Open 24 hours a day John 812.
you are." help raise funds and I 47th Street
2941 N.W. friend
,hope all of Miami\ will do Come early Bring a I
Also in the hack of my
mind, how we were the same. JAMAICA DUGIE, Rev. Herbert

tautrht tmnrnvislnn T h o Very truly yours, Always a friend
hospital did not have a Rosa Lee Brady R. N.


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Father. Elisha S. Clarke :
vicar :

Sunday: Church School .
9:30 a.m.; Solemn Sung ,

.1iH4 Mass and Sermon with .'

procession. 10:45 a.m.. v _n
Solemn Evensong with METROPOLITANAs
------ 1
Benediction of the Bless
,{ ed Sacrament 7 p.m. The h truest sneaker for

I I II Episcopal Churchwomen .A e Missionary Sundav May

\ I will have Its United 30, Mrs. Maxine Ford
Thank Offering Spring Ingathering resounded the call "Here
Sunday at the Am T. Send Me: Send
10:45 a.m. Mass. All Me. for the women of
women of the church are our socletv.
urged to be present Her timely and Inspi-
wearing white dresses If r ra t rational topic developedand
possible and their chapter pointed out the responsibilities -
Rosettes, also at this and challenges 1-
service the faculty and of Missionaries In

1965 graduating class of the foreign field and on
North Dade Jr.-Sr. High the home front.

School will be out special. __ __ _i _.K The morning servicewas
n nn n''n
guests. There will be a I conducted hv the
brunch given in honor of p Adult: Society. Participants -
the graduating class Immediately -. Sarah A. Blacker Awards far ..,ltorlHS and .sta.dll' service were presented to were Mesdames

following: ser- the ladies pictured above daring comeactaeat ceremonies recently at St. Augustine's Clara Pratt. Eliza Dixon

vices. Florida Meaiorial College. From left to right, Miss Minna Frank, Mrs. Fannie Smith Gaston, MvrMs John on. R. H
On last Sunday the Rt. Johnson. Patience Mitchell
The New Presbyterian Rev. James L. Duncan, Mrs. Rosa Cord_, Mrs. Moo*I Grice Jackso (who also accepted the award for Mrs. Goldie Rosebud Dickinson.-

Church for All People loss D.D.. Suffragan Bishopof I Laversia Lag, act present), Mrs. Gladys Afredie Robinson, Mrs; Nellie Hollway Meade, Sarah Belle Clementina
' ted at N.W. 12th Ave. and the Diocese of South and Mrs. Alvarez Street.FRIENDSHIP Rahming. Rev. R. H,
43rd St. announces that Dr. Florida confirmed a class Johnson mode encouraging
Lawrence Bottoms one of and blessed our new four remarks to the group.

the outstanding ministers in feet six inches Rex ..B. HT. SINAI BAPTISTRev. NEW HOPE BAPTIST The evening services
the Presbyterian U.S.. denomination Christus. a cross with were rpndered bv the
will begin a three Christ the King on it. Rev. J.E. Jenkins pastor S. A. Thomas, pastor Rev. W. E. Sims, pastorA. Junior Society. The guest
month summer pastorate at which is a favorite of our Ruby Lee Carr reporter Bro. D. James reporter L. Stpehens, reporter sneaker! for the occasionwas
the church this Bishop and our priest. Mrq. Lpsse<: Haynes
Sunday. Dr. Saturday, June 5, the Male Auxiliary Night has
This was a gift from Last Sunday we had a Woodruff. Other participants -
Bottoms will preach on "God Chorus will a musical taken the spotlight for
Loves to the End" at the 11 Michael friend of Greenbraum.Edwin a program here sponsor at the church at Sunday evening services.If glorious time throughout the were the Misses'
a.m. Communion Service. Rogers. 8 with various singing you have failed to attend day. Our pastor delivered a Gloria Allen. Rosalvp:
The p.m.
The cordially invited of these special in honor of and Sharon Hepburn,
Church School for all of the city such as the any services message
to It. groups
see make it must our graduates. The Linda Ashley and others
ages is at 6:30 Sunday eve C Lord C's, the Wright Sin a and following
be the recipient of won- attended: Eloise Carswell, whose names we do not
the Travelers
ning.Dr. gers, Weary
Bottoms grew up in other groups. You are invited. derful spiritual blessings. Emma Burkes, Peggy Ann have.
Selma, .Alabama. He receivedan Get well wishes to DeaconB. Preparation is the key- Kinchen, Roy Lee Owens and The Junior Choir rendered -
note for all of the Dillie Hadley. Presentationswere the music for the
A.B. degree from Geneva men
T.Smart who i is at home from
occasion under the direc-
Falls Pa., and did his three church. All loyal men of made Sunday night.
the hospital, and all of our
tion of Mrs. Laura Pal-
years of seminary training at other sick and shut-ins. Our Mt. Sinai are diligently The No. 2 Usher Board
Reformed combining their forces to says thanks to the more.
Presbyterian Seminary deepest sympathy to Sister pastor, Mrs. Sarah Belle serv-
at Pittsburgh, Pa. He climax their efforts onMen's officers and members, and
Fannie William in the loss of ed is program chairman.
has also studied at Atlanta Day, June 20. The our many visiting! friends. We
i- her aunt and Sister Geneva chairman Deacon J. D. Members are reminded
University. Brown in the loss of her nep Stokes and co-chairman thank you for your whole that their monthlv meeting -
For the fifteen hearted cooperation. Without
years hew. Richard Greene ask the will We on the first
Dr. Bottoms has been your prayers and the help of
associated Cone to church and have cooperation of the mem- 'Sunday at 5:30: p.m.
with the Board of God, our anniversary would
your faith lifted. bership and their friendsin Rev R. H. Jdnnson
Church Extension of his denomination helping them make not have been a success A president
in Atlanta. In this special thanks
to Rev. D. A. Clementine
this effort a Rahming
success. ,
capacity he travels exten- SALTERS CHAPEL A.M.E. Bradley, pastor of Mt. Carmel Eliza Dixon. vice
sively, not only in this country The Sunday Baptist Church and his presidentANTIOCH
Rev. II. J. Benson pastor presses its thanks to
but has also representedhis Male Chorus. With sincere
Flossie Marshall, reporter those who fellowshipped --
church in tours of the with them at their postMother's thanks, may God bless and BAPTIST
mission fields in Brazil, It was Crusaders Day at Tea.Don't keep you. Sis. B. Johnson is
Africa and Portugal.Dr. Salters Chapel. The Crusa- Day president.The 1899 NW filth St.

Bottoms is in great ders were in charge. We had forget the shutin chairman of our fin- Rev. P. W. Williams,
"To wor-
demand throughout the United the pleasure of having Mr. ancial drive Deacon William pastor
shin rightly is to love
and Mrs.Victor Ward and Son Grant is urging Bro. Willie Powell
States as a preacher and each other each memberto .
popular lecturer. His list of Rev. W. F.. Tanner, Sr.,gospel from Washington D. C. They hymn, each kindly smile deed a a please make your report reporter
accomplishments and honorsis preacher and thepastor are Miss Bernice and Muriel by the second Sunday The Pastor's Aid Club
formidable. In addition to St. Mary Missionary Baptist Ward's brother and sister- prayer. night in this month. Sis. Union Invites each and
serving pastorates in Selma Church Coral Gables, Flor- in-law. Mrs. Clara Underwoodsang Attend your church Susie Wallace is the secretary evervone out the second
and Louisville, he has serv- ida, will be the evangelist "How Great Thou Art" regularly, its activities as Sunday at 3 p.m. to help

ed as the first Negro moderator preacher during the revival for them by special request.At scheduled its functions.and supportall --- enjoy this wonderful pro-
of Louisville Presbytery, at the New Philadelphia Mis- 3 pun. Salters Chapel ren- bless God will MT. HERMON AMEFt. gram. The No. 2 Usher

the first Negro moderator of sionary Baptist Church, Rev. dered service at Antioch you. Laudf rdalde Hoard celebrates: its lath

Synod of Kentucky and is the William .H. Washington, Baptist Rev. Stevenson is We at Mt. Hermon are anniversary! Sunday June
only Negro to be awarded the pastor. The new church is the pastor. New .M ce4onni holding: our Calendar. Tea 20 at 3 p.m.
( Distinguished Service Awardof located at 420 N.W. 40th Rev. Benson left Sundayfor 3165 NW 56th Street the sprond Sundav In The Deaconess Board

Geneva College. Street, Miami, Florida. The Jacksonville for a special Rev. R. Jackson pastor! June. We are urging each sponsors: a. pew rally. on
t At the present time, Dr. date of the revival is June 7 meeting on Monday. Mrs. C. Willie J. Beard, reporter of vou to comp anti' pptov Sunday Tune 27 at 3 p.m.

Bottoms represents his de- through June 18, 1965. Glem, Mrs. N. Dyers and Services last! Sunday and take part In t his i Our revival meetingwll
nomination on the Commission Prayer meeting will start Mrs. J. P. Rankinleftby high. Our associate fellowship with us! begin Monday after
on Missionary Education ofi each night at 7:00: p.m. Bible chartered bus for Lake ministers were nreachwl out of The program will he- the first Sundav. L. J.
Ein at 5 n.m.. Our snaak_ Alford from West Palm
the National Council of preaching and gospel sing- Whales for a layman's meet- their souls both morning "
er for them occasion will Bpac.h. revivalist.. __ __
is will be conducted qn
Churches and an associate every ing. and night.
editor of the national night of the revival. We take be Atty. Alee Hastings; May we confirm' to
I weekly, Mrs. Eloise Crawford is We wish to cnntrratulate of Ft. visit the sick
Lauderdale. and shutin.
the Presbyterian Outlook lie this pleasure of inviting all in Cedars of Lebanon Hos the members of our a feature -
of this
has authored papers for such Christians and nonbelieversto pital. She needs your pray church who ernduntpd will he thp crownine program
publications as the Journalof come out and hear Rev. from the various schools Miss! Mt. Hermon. of

Negro Education is the Tanner, who is a man of ers.Usher Board No. 1 has a this year: Brenda Joyce your birth month to Help win. Church of Christ
author of the book on Reve- God that preaches out of new look. Did you miss Mrs. Ford. Booker T. Washington We are looking forwardto

lations, "Through Conflict God's word. Mable Carter? She is in ; Jeanette Green seelntr von on .Tnnp 13. ScientistThe
to Victory" and was the May we also invite every James PhiIVPS and Al- Won't pmt share this
Settles Lecturer at Austin body from everywhere, all Ohio.Rev.. Claudia Dixon and nhonso Jackson! from with us? occasion healing of the "man

Theological Seminary, Austin believers in Jesus Christ, to husband were in Sanford over Miami Northwestern.As Sundav. June 0 is Holy which" was taken with a
Texas, in 1960. pray that God will send us a the weekend. a 19G3 graduate Communion Jay The palsy, told tty Luke (ch.
The congregation of the true revival Give us your The ladies of the weekare from Northwest. T say momlnf message will he 5)) will he featured in the
New Presbyterian Church for moral and spiritual supportto Mrs. Ruth Twigg and to these graduates, con- dplivprpd )Jt" our niinls- Bible Lesson to be read
All People is thrilled to have the revival by being in and MrStKatherine Simmons. tinue in the grace of God ter. Dr. F. R. Sneed. vices at Christian Science ser-
and to higher Sunday.
'such a man as pastor for the attendance and sharing withus go that Rose Merrltt. reporter The
MCGHANEY SPEAKS heights. Remember Golden Text Is
three months. in the effort to those
summer Dr. save from
knowledge is the key to Psalms 145:9-17
Bottoms will direct all of the who are lost, and to refresh I am as you know only success! ZION HOPERev. "The Lord is good to: all::

activities at this church whichis those In need of reviving.ST. one person and I can only On Thursday night Paul Freeman and his works. The

not only bi-racial but is bilinguaL give advice, I hope that there will be a musical pastor Lord is righteous in all
All who are interestedare PAUL A.M.E someone will use some of the program s the Sunday there will he his: ways. and holy In all.

invited to participate in Rev. T. C. Kelly, things you read in the Miami Ushers' Federation Association baptism at 7:30: a.m. The his works,"
the life of this "whole peopleof Mary Rawls reporter Times if not my teachings, at New Mace- church is asking all members Selections from "Scienceand
God." listen please to some of the donia. and friends to please Health with Key

The second Sunday is good readings or teachings of he there on time. No. 1 to the Scriptures" by
ST. MARK MB. Children's Day. Our supt. Mr. someone else. Usher Board will he selling Mary Baker Eddy will

Rev. Brown is asking that each I was surprised on last ST. BARNABAS W.M. barbecue Saturday include the following:
C. W. Wade
Ollie Mae pastor parent please take time out Sunday morning when little night at the church. "Immortal Mind is the
Howell reporter from their busy schedule Miss Paris Arm Hicks of Rev R. A. Cnlnier. nastor There also will he a sale only cause; therefore

Services were very soul and attend Sunday School or 2261 N.W. 153rd St. Come to Rowena Richardson at Sister Wright's home disease Is neither a cause
stirring through out the day morning worship or both with me asking if I had some reoorter 1211 NW 51* St. Don't nor an effect. Mind In
with our pastor in charge of your children.We scotch tape and I ask her The Lord is our light forget to pray for the every case is the eternal

the morning services, dedi- wish to thank all of. for what she needed it for, and our salvation of sick and shut-ins. God good. Sin disease
cated to the 1965 graduates. our visitors and friends, then she showed.me'a prayer whom shall we be afraid? and death have no foun-
Evening service was conducted along with our graduates who for students that she wantedto The men are workJna dations in Truth," p. 415.

by Rev. F. W. World, worshipped with us last place in her bookcase that very hard Dav toward a hlFaLher's "God The the subject will be

You have an extended invitation Sunday. Our pastor gave a she carries to school. I .Tune 20. We program are very on Creator." Only Cause and

to worship with us very impiring message. really think that was a great thankful to have our pastor i- TAKE YOUR Christian Science Society -
at time. Don't Love for her to make. Let FAMILY TO
any forget Feast step us (loin? fine and withus welcomes you to attend -
Let us continue to pray Friday night and plan to attend try to find a favorite prayer or ajrnln. Remember: our CHURCH SUNDAY Its services each

for and visit our sick and services all day the Bible verse to carry around !shut-ins and all bereaved Sundav morning at 11 at
shut-ins. first Sunday. with us everyday, will you? families. ]WOO. NW filth St.



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: Norman Is- lishing" Elementary School. S wJI
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serves in many civic, social,

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Mrs. Glenn was formerlya
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Bergen County, New Jersey.A .
sterilizer Mv: first: oaer'a- graduate of Morris "
Letter to The tion was a' ruptured ap- Brown College she has done If so, then be sure to be at the Longshoremen's Hall th is Sunday,
pendix which was per- further study at Albany State
EditorDear formed bv Dr. A, .1.I Ked- and Bethune-Cookman Col- June 6th at 3 o'clock In the afternoon when the Reverend W. B.

Editor Reeves, shaw Sr., The Instrumentswere cook lege.She Herbert, radio's original religious Mystic will reveal hidden secrets
boiled on a is the wife of Mr. Samuel -
Please allow me space stove and the operating Glenn and mother of one that will l make it possible for you to
in your paper to congratulate }pack was sterilized in son, Earl, F.Knowing .
the Christian Memorial the stove's oven. Strange Mrs. Glenn as
Hospital staff and enough we had no infec we do, this I is just the beginning -
of another career. As
great work in piepaiingthe tion.The
hospital patient was discharged she remarked, "I can now do
two weeks in some of the things I wish to
A- I walked through perfect condition. Mrs. do." OVERCOME CROSS CONDITIO
the Chl'lsltnlel11o'lal: : \ Henrietta Barden was the
Hospital on "Open House" anesthetist.
flay. :May !ttthis visit
brought hack memories I Doctors S. M. Frazier, For protection, happiness and success through faith without fail
was 1 greatly impressed; T. L. Lowrie. W B. Saw-
with the hospital's progress yer, H. H. Green and P ,-
D. Mazon were wonderful : DUGIE'S
I wl
S Jnnie. M. Frazier Morris could and see Mrs.. some day this would June 6th at 3 P.M.Loagshoremen'
their diearns come true. lie a fine and modern hospital The house of fantastic, as Sunday .
The staff was com-
I was :sent to Christian three graduate well as immaculate rooms
:Memorial\ 1925
R.N) Now mind"
nurses (one "Keep ut in
T* the operating room the hospital is well staffed 5 Hall
supervisor from Tuskegee with all the modern conveniences A better place, we challenge .

where institute.the Tuskegee.hospital w Ala.a !s' I am happy Dr you to find,
S. M. Frazier can see his 816 NW 2nd Avenu Miami FloridaWORD
modern/ md I well kept. I come true. You may search this town, j ,
became disillusioned whenI prediction the other
one end to ; ;
saw this institution If hospital To see has the progress made with this The oceomodotlont, you| | OF GOD TEACHINGS
mv finances\ would have
allowed me I would have only charity offerings receive, "I 1 am He that was dead and I .
left. Then I thought about assures me that. the management You find only, in this "
Dr. Hooker T. Washing must have a pre- 118. friend'S
ton's philosophy., "Cast pared and dedicated staff.I brother. "He that followeth me shall not f

down Your bucket where have pledged myselfto Open 24 hours a day John 8-12.

you are"Also hope help all raise of Miami funds will and do I 2941 N.W. 47th Street Come early Bring a /
in the back of
mind how we were'audit the same. JAMAICA DUGIE, Rev. HerbertI

I imnrovlslon. The Very truly yours, Always a friend
hospital did not have a Rosa Lee Brady. R. N-


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 4. 1965 _


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Rudolph Smith, 2324 ServIce
NW 6th St. died May 31.
I Rd., Opa-Locka died in He is survived by his
the Mt. Sinai Hospital May wife. Bloneva; three

27. Services sere conducted daughters, Althea Eugenia -
Tuesday,1:00: P.M. from the Emmerson and Ruby;

IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn Mt. Zion A.M.R Church, ,, two sons Burton and
Rev. Smith. Survivors are Kenneth; four grand

Ata loving memory of our In loving memory of my 1 son Richard: 1 daughter, children. Services held on
memory of our loved one and 1 brother
Wednesday at the St
dear one father and brothers I
s ... T. Ben Smith of Augusta, Ga. Frances Church.

I a S S
I Mrs. Mary C. Lewis, 134S.
1 4E of Cypress Lane was accidentally
., Dixie, Coconut Grove,died electrocuted

"x in the Jackson Memorial _-_-.._ May 30. He is survivedby
ZIa ar t .n Hospital May 27. Serviceswere his wife, Mary. Final
1 conducted Tuesday, Darrell Lee Cox, 4, 1537 rites and interment will
4:00 P.M. from the Sweet- N.W. 5th Place, died May 29 be in Sumpter S. C.
field Baptist Church, Coconut at Jackson Hospital. Funeral

Grove, Rev.Curry. Sur- services Friday, June 4, 10 MRS. FLORA FARLOW
vivors are husband Mr. Joseph a.m. at Richardson Chapel.He JOHNSON of 4821 NW
B. Lewis, 3 daughters, is survived by his 25th Court died May 31
Mesdames, Arthur Many mother, Rene Miller; father She is survived by her
MR. FELIX HOLLIMONwho Long, Johnnie Lee Gibson, Archie Cox; 2 sisters; 1 father Sidney Davis of
departed this life June Odessa Hill, 2 sisters, 15 borther; 3 aunts; grandmother. Compton. Calif her mother -

7, 1964. grandchildren, 1 aunt. two aunts, Mrs. Idel-
& One year ago we had to la Jones and Mamie Howard -

part with a father and brotherwe a niece, Patsy Marks,
loved with all our hearts. Noah M. Cook, 21 S.W. 3 RICHARDSONMrs. Services are incomplete at
He won't come back we St., Deerfield Beach, died in this time.
know 'tis true, but some day the North District Hospital, Dorema Davis of 3290

father and brother,we'll come Pompano Beach, May 27. N.W. 45th Street passed away LErROY FOOTS, died
to you. Survivors are wife, Mrs. Sunday, May 30. Mrs. Davis May 27. There are no
DAISY LEANORA GREEN :: .:.V..BdI Forgive us Lord if we Lula Cook, 1 son, 1 daughter has been a resident of Miami known survivors. Services
who passed to the Great Be- should weep, for a father and 1 sister, Mrs. Mary A. for the past forty years. She held Thursday in the
yond June 6, 1962. RACHEL REEVES brother we loved and longed Mitchell of Hollywood, Fla., was the owner and director of chapel.
"When the setting sun who departed this life June to keep. 4 brothers. Arrangementsare the Little Folk Play School.

has from sight, 6, 1963. Lovingly remembered and incomplete. Survivors are her husband, Little Michael Anthony
We know gone it is still there Rest in peace. greatly missed by: t S M Ed, two daughters, Mrs.Ma- Payne, 4-vear-old son of
For though the sky has darkened jorie Davis Kimble of Los Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lee
The Family Mrs. Sarah M. Terrell, Shelton Stevenson Mincey, Angeles, Calif., Miss MaryV. Payne died Mav 30. Other

The sun still shine some- Charlie Terrell daughter,son-in-law, Miami. 1142 N.W. 2 Ave., Apt #5. Davis, a step-sister, Mrs. survivors are five sisters
there Miami. died in he Jackson Memorial, Evelyn Brown; an aunt, Mrs. and brothers his paternal -

When one we loved has passed CARD OF THANKSThe Will and Leo Hollimon, Hospital, May 30. Survivorsare J attic Smith of Lake Helen, and maternal prandnaren -
1 brother, Mr. Lonnie Florida, other relatives and '< Services held
And from earthly sight on
gone of the late brothers, Thomas, Ga.
family sisters, Mesdames,
Mincey services will
friends. Funeral Thursday in the
We know the still liveson
spirit -..--........ ...........--- Mrs. Annie M. Williams, Lizzie Leroy, Ruby Jackson, be held on Saturday, June 5,
In God's love and light. sister, Steubenville, Ohio. Rose Moncey, Minnie Mc- at the Greater Bethel A.M.E. Little Stanley Quentin
Mrs. Viola Moore sister
Lendon. Arrangements are Church at 1 p.m. Pryor, 2-vear-old son of
Cincinnati Ohio.
Mrs. Edna Culmer, mother incomplete. Mr. and Mrs. John Hen-
Mrs. Estella Henry, sister,
lIardie McKenzie, brother M Brazee Robinson of 1426 ry Pryor died May 27.
Los Angeles, Calif.
', N.W. 6th Place died on June Other survivors are two
ea't John L. Wilburn, 1119 N.W. his wife brothers and two aunts.
Mrs. Geraldine Bell, play- 1. Survivors are ,
daughter, Miami. 58 Terr., died in the Jackson Margaret, two children, Linda Betty George Eutsv and
IN MEMORIAM Mrs. Augusta White Billup, Memorial Hospital May 28. Jean and Epherim Jerome of Mrs. Victoria Gibson.

In Memory of playdaughter, Miami. Survivors are wife, Pearl WIl- Columbus, Ga., mother Mrs. Services Tues in the
our dearly beloved burn, 1.daughter, 7 grand- Josephine Robinson, two chapel.
IN MEMORIAMIn children, 1 aunt Arrange- sisters Mrs. Ollie Mae
ments are incomplete. Wright, Mrs. Jeanie Monroe Infant Janice Carpenter -
memory of our dear three brothers, Lewis, Jim- daughter of Mr. and
mother and grandmother mie and Theodore, and other Mrq. Willie James Carpenter. -'
John Hampton, Jr., 2727 relatives and friends. Fuenral .
N.W, 50 SL, died, May 31. services will be held on Monday

Survivors are, Mother and June 7, at 3 p.m. from
Father, 2 sons, Kenneth, the chapel. THE POWER OF PRAYERAre ,
Larry, 2 brothers, 4 sisters. t. .,
Arrangements are incom Master Darrell Lee Miller you sick, troubled, .unhappy -
,; i. plete. Cox of 1537 N.W. 5th Place need help?
Send for Prayer Cloth
.: dp died on May 29. Survivors are your
",,' ">' his mother, Mrs. Rene Miller today. Also your birthdate.
MRS. SARAH M. C. RAHM1NG .'F' '\:+ Gilbert Only, Jr.,4741 N.W. father Archie Cox, two sisters Contributions accepted.

wishes to extend thanks to .:' 10 Ave., died May 30. Survivors a brother,other,relativesand REV. MOTHER MCDONALDP.O.
'.. Mrs.
the friends during its '/ are Step-Mother friends. Funeral services -
many .1. Jean Only 5 sisters Box 6326
for floral Betty held
hour of bereavement, were on Friday,
pieces, telegrams, cards and ,. 1, etq. Mesdames, Sylvia Lee Bell, June 4, at 10 a.m. from the Miami, Florida 33136
cars. -- ..- -_ Lula Mae Benjamin, Brooklyn chapel.

Special thanks to the following MRS. MARIAN F. COOPERwho New York. Arrange-

schools: A. L. Lewis, departed this life June ments are incomplete.
Homestead ; Pine Villa, *
1 1964.
BRO. WILLIE COLLIERwho Goulds Eighth grade class ,
; Though you are gone, you Edward Lee Pollock, 653 UUiroltf! .rmortal 'ark
West Homestead, Mr. William
this life shall be
departed never forgotten. N.W. 22 St, died June 1.
June 4, 1962 Bell, Class School of bus 195.8 drivers; Dade, Bessie and Paula Johnson Survivors are Father, 6 Uncles HAS PrtiittnMit plot of 8 grave tracts or less

You are not forgotten north County end and south end; Maya I Mrs. Minnie Clarke & Family 5 Aunts. Arrangementsare ALSO (I..ta'iata t IRQ It grave space iattmtit

loved one be, High School, Goulds; Morn- Mrs. Marian Arinah & FamilyMrs. Incomplete. Boxes and vaults permitted
Nor will ever
you Vera Thompson& FamilyMrs. Wt art lot '.11... still bttlattt
As long as life nnd memory ning Star Baptist Church, S t t wt art dtiig
last. Rev. H. Fayson, Princeton; Ruth Parks & Family Opt. six days a week to serve yeCommonly .
James Goodwin 1830 N.W.
We will remember thee. the Choir Union; Mount Plea- Miss Yvonne CooperMr. known as Dt. Pharr's ComottryK6I
2 Ct jf2 died June 1.
Theodore BurroughsIN Apt
Goulds Mrs. Bradfield,
Mrs. Rose Collier, wife sant, ;
and Family Homestead; the J. Randolph w Survivors are wife, Mrs. l KW $TH STREET liE 44191

Family, Richmond Heights; MEMORIAM Rosa Mae Goodwin, 1 son, E. Johnson, Manager Homo ph..... OX 19199DIGNIFIED
Austin and Louise Hamilton,I daughters, Mother, 5broth-
CARD OF THANKSWe Goulds; Rev. Archie Melvin,' In sad but loving memoryof ers, 2 sisters. Arrangementsare
Bain's Funeral Home. our dear husband, father incomplete.
the family of the late and sonVICTOR

WILLIAM SYMONETTE Rahming & Clark FamiliesIN FRANCIS : I pv e
wish to thank lal their neigh n 3; '
bors and friends who con- Mrs. Letha Johnson of 217
soled them during their period l 1"t NW. 15th St., Apt. 6, died
of bereavement, to those, MEMORIAMIn May 30 at Jackson Memorial
who sent telegrams, condolences Hospital. Funeral serviceswere
wreaths and donatedthe sad but loving memory held Friday June 4 at Mt.
use of their cars. of our dear son and brother Calvary Baptist Church with

Special thanks is ex- "t, Rev. Samuel Atkins, pastor
tended to Dr. Robert Reid, : officiating. Following the ; t a
doctors, nurses and staff of '1'' services remains will be
Monroe General Hospital, shipped to Douglas, Ga. for
Rev. B. L. Davis,officers and burial. Survivors include her ,
members of Bethel A.M.E. husband; 2 daughters; 1 sis
.Church, Rev. Butler, Mrs. ter; 4 brothers and a host of 1t'ThEVERENT ATMOSPHERE
Eamestine Mingo Welters relatives and friends.
Florist and the Francis
Surroundings are particularly
Evergreen Mortuary. a Baby Boy White "A" and .
The Family Baby Boy White "B" twins important when you

..,, "\.' '. boys of Mr. and Mrs. Willie t
Key West Fla. '\ James White of 275 N.W. 1.,::..: are emotionally upset-our

10th St., Apt. 213, died May : home and staff provide a
CARD OF THANKSThe 29th at Jackson Memorial '
WILLARD DANIELSwho -- Hospital. Graveside services \;,. quiet, comforting atmosphere

family of the late departed this life June,, M. SAUNDERS, SR. held Friday at Paradise Me- -and lovely services
MRS. JULIA KELLY morial, Gardens.
5, 1960. who departed this life June t./V
life will be forgotten
His never -
wishes to thank everyone for 6, 1964.
their kindness, telegrams, for the hearts that Now the labourer's task. i it a a. "My Father in Heaven help/
loved him the ones
letters, flowers and cards deeply are o'er ---
during our hour of bereave that will never forget Now the battle day is past me never to forget Thy love
ment. Mrs. Georgia Hadley, Now upon the farther shore TAKE it looks up to me in the
Special thanks to Range motherMr. 1 ..nrls the voyager at last FAMILY TO beauty of the flower ."
Funeral Home and Pastor Benny Hadley, stepfather- father in thy gracious keep CHURCH SUNDAY John Henry Jowett

Rev. R. B. Davis and mem- ing .
bers. Mrs. Margaret Steen, sister Leave we now thy servant 4\ Oscar L. Ranged
Mrs. Lillie Williams, sister sleeping...
Edward Bannister Bertha Hadley, sister
Funeral Home
And Family Jennie L. Hadley, sister The Family t h

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: ,t FOR RENT FOR RENT ing in the musical renditions. -
'" : :' .. ": The chairman of
" :,( I '' ie" 'S" ;"S' 'I" """F' "I' "E" i: '' I I 2 FURNISHED 1-bedroom Downtown Area. 1 bedroom "A Youthful Orbit Into the day will be Patricia

ti ; ( < : :" "q, "I ant $18 efficiency and $22. $13 2 furnished and- Mlcklns fum. apt.Rental All utilities.$17.00 Agency. NE them Christian for Service Youth Day is the on Jones Patty Jo and Demps.co-chairman.A trophy

, 40500. .
$15. Light gas water and Indf the second Sunday.One will be awarded to t h;1 e
SALE waste removal Included may well imagine youth who reports the
FOR SALE 688-G225 after 5 what is in store on this
p.m. highest amount over $50.
Opa Lock Area. 2 bedroom
IlKE NEW CBS Front porch, Sunday with Patrick
HEART OF Manor Park. furn. apt. US. 1 bedroom, furn.
fenced yard, freshly the and
rge 2-bedroom CBS. ROOM. Prefer man. 784 $21. All utilities. Call Range as speaker Each adult will be ask-
anted, refinished floor, tilef. Freshly NW apt. the Kendall Methodist
64 St.
painted inside phone 757-4657- ed to report $3.00 and
Price is 10000. $300wn and out on Mickins Rental Agency, Church Youth Choir ald-
4557 $1.50 from each youth. The
and $62 month. Key at near 15 Ave. Price i i" 6818213. Indf
iCe Realty, Broker, 4932 N.W.th 9500. $250 down and $59 COTTAGE 4 rooms, kit- goal this year has been
Ave. PL 9-4371. Open month. Keys at L'fo' chen furnished. child OK. NORTH MIAMI BEACH. HELP WANTEDCAB set for 1000.
Realty. Broker. 4932 NW $60 month. 4032 NW 23rd :3-bedroom house. Call The Octoberites will
nday. 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Ave. 691-4668. Mickins Rental Agency. DRIVERS. Apply at have a fish fry on t his
ORNER DOUBLE LOT!! 3- Sundays and evenings Society Cab Office, 269 NW Friday night after Love
droom home CBS plus swim- LOVELY SMALL house FURN. 2-bedroom duplex. 21st St.EXPERIENCER. Feast. Members and
ing pool. Lovely location, 2- ETIROO'f. Fla. room beautiful yard, fenced Adults or will take one friends are asked to come
ar buses, school, shopping Incl. stove and refrigerator : Nice for couple. $20 per child up to 3 years. MU beautic- out or send for. not one
nter off NW 36 St. and 17 carnorte fenced week will sell $100 down 1-0325. ian with city license Con- hut two sizzling hot fish
vet FHA $500 down. Call us :awning: large home. no also larger house. $22. tact Mrs. James at Vernes sandwiches with a cold
i this one. Fenster Realty, ft. Int. CBS FHA anprov- Don't miss t his. NE Beauty Salon 691-96561 r frosty cup of punch.
roker PL 98779. ed. $350 down total price 5-5566 1 BEDROOM 621-6807.
11000. Owner pavs closing

RAND NEW!! Luxury Cbs costs nice area. Drive SPACIOUS furnishedroom
aces, 1965 models, 3bed. bv anytime. 1811 NW 82 with very large Furnished wk.
oom, 2 bath, Fla. room, built. St. Funster Realty Brok- clothes closet in clean $25 ,''''
n stove, oven. Open for in- er. PL 9-8779. place including kitchen. Next to school. ; ., lest lays l IM, Tow: < :
pection Sunday 1-6 p.m. 1131W Call 754-1452.
[ 75 St. Don't miss to see 3-BEDROOMS 6668 N.W. 4th Ave.
hem. Fenster Realty, Broker, Fla. room his carporte. FURNISHED 1-bedoom Phone: FR 7.1890 OPEN SUNDAY H. DON'T MSS THESE!
?L 98779. rear fenced yard with apt. for working couple.
---- D tlo. ann,)' value f nr Near Grandway. 1225 NW Apt. open 1.5 p... 1132 N.W. 81ST STREETCBS
LOVELY CBS, large Fla. $13000. $'f>0 down FHA. 56th St.NICE. Saturday
room, separate garage A. Ben-Kori. Realtor 4 bedroom, large kitchen, carport. Many extras.
carpeting sprinkler system anvtlme 751-2243. NEAT clean room $11,000 FHA, $350 down. No closing costs.
Price Is $11,000, $350 for middle aged person. 0--
lown and $68 month Keyit 2Vi BEDROOM Kitchen privileges FR FOR SALE -
; Life Realty Broker Real value here for 1-6384. 1803 NW 5th Pl. 1748 N.W. B9TH TERRACECBS
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL $10.700 total beautiful oak Miss Scruggs.FURNISHED. |CBS Store Building.
0-4371. Open Sunday and floors. CBS. tile roof etc. 40x40. Located at 6670 2 bedrooms, dining room, carport, appliances.
evenings. $3.50! down FHA. A. Ben- APT. 1221 ; N.W. 18th Ave., Liberty Fenced. $11,500 FHA. $350 down.
-- Kori. Realtor. anvtfrm NW 33 St. Call 633-7001
NO OUAM F YI NO-Modern 1- 751223. evenings. ;City. Formerly used as -- 0-
:n-bedroom CBS 2 Grocery and Meat Market. CBS, 3 bedrooms, |aloused| porch, dining room, appliances -
baths tile roof carporte.jolousle NO QUALIFYING DUPLEX APT. Large 1- ; Far below replacement air cond., $12,700 FHA. $400 down. Ho
windows lovely Small 3-bednom CBS. bedoom with Fla. room buses. have key.
schools We
Complete Hear
; cost. grocery closing costs. ,
front S70
yard porch screened month. *7.V down. kitchen and dining room.
patio, $1.000 down and $5.800 total beats renting Near bus and Grandway j store and meat market -- 0-
take over FHA payments. A. Ben- Korl. Realtor 1242 NW 51 Terr. Call | '.qulp...nt. Also available PASS BY 8444 H.W. 14TH CT.CALL US
Life Realty. Broker 4932 tnytime 7512243.CORNER 635-8701. Adults only. ijfor' inspection. Phone Mr.IJoe .
NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. i CBS, 3 bedrooms, \Yi} baths, carport. $11,500 FHA.
: Kwon at Life Realty
Open evenings and Sun-
BEAUTY $350 down. -- o --
days. 5745 NW 5 Ave. Drive HEW HOMES PL 9.4371 HO QUALIFYING PASS BY CALL US
by. Very nice CBS big 2-
NO QUALIFYING Fully bedroom. Fla. room. $350 615 H.W. 47hS Street 1 2163 H.W. 81st Terrace CBS, 4 bedrooms, largelot.
furnished cottage. $250 down onlv $12000 total, Open 35 p.m. Fenced. $19,500 total. $94 month pays all.
clown and move right In! FHA. A. Ben-Kori Realtor 1921 H.W. 50th Street FOR SALE
Modern furniture and ap anytime 751-2243. 2 1925 H.W. 84 th Street CBS, 2 bedrooms, fenced.
4Ut Street
1835 N.W.
pliances. Freshly painted j2 bedroom bungalow. $9.800 total. $60 month pays all.
and very pretty.: Keys at APT. HOUSE SITE 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths, (Fenced In yard) 3 2139 H.W. 87th Street CBS, 2 bedrooms, porch,

Life NW 7 Realty.Ave nroker.ID.12 PI. 9-4371. ON business lot 100 x 120. Fla room, garage. Next door to YMCA bldg. large kitchen, appliances, extras $10,500 total.
own and build your own. FOR SALE blocks from school. Ideal
Open, evenings and Sun- 2 $68 month I Pays all. a
vacant ots NW
at 1985
days. St., makp offer. A. Ben-54 55x135 Duplex lot. Ho Jfor family with children. 4 2251-53-55 H.W. 41st Street. This large corner

Kori. Realtor anytime money down. Can b. bank financed. Business and Income Property on 4 lots. 2 CBS,
down and .$58 -month.$250 751-2243. WE BUILD OH YOUR LOT Located at 1527 N.W. 58th 2 bedroom duplexes and a 3 bedroom house appliances -

Jalousled windows re- $500 DOWN3BEDROOM 'LORI OURS. 1540 N.W. 58TH STREETPh. In all. Reasonable down payment. Terms
finished floors new kit- arranged to suit.IHIIEALTV.
chen cabinets, and fix- 2 baths. Easy Terms OX 1.0627
tures; This house Is like Fla. room apnllances. ,one Heed Money? Call Consult owner for details.;
hrand mortsrage. Only $80 t) e r Call after 5 p.m. on week
new.> Key at Life month. No auallfyln BAROH JE 8-1340 I
Realty Broker 4932 NW Check days. :
tins unhelfeav
7 Ave PC 9-4371. able
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2-hedrooms pac h side appliances rugs. Only $65
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Life Realty Broker. 4932 and call I. Christensen.. I fenced $250 down LOVELY HOMESOPEN
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closing costs 2-bed- = IiE
Lot Nice location 49 room CBS with Fla. room 2012 N.W. 84TH STREET 8020 H.W. 21ST AVENUE
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Sale Sacrificing pure 5-9886. .DRIVE BY TODAY, then, call TU 70403. We $12,900 total price.

vinyl$1 gallon tile 5c clothing expert and paint INCOME Property. Bringin 1 have many other, some $100 down. What do you --0--

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9x12 TV gold like new $65; Total $14,500 $150 month. Brand new Sunshine Home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,

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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 4, 1965I

*$ 'II"'I''II# I I #. 'I"I'IIII" I"'''''' '' JAMES E. SCOTTRECREATION =-:


/ HAPPENINGS The staff at this center

wishes to thank all the participants
. _..
- - - - -- --- ----- ---- recreation leaders
'H 'H" ..,........, -- -- v R
from other areas and parents +' ly i r k

: who helped to make the
From 9th Grader
I "Scott's Night of Stars" justa
success. The show wasM.C.'ed iDy Walter Bowe -"

; Gets Action on Plavaro nd and by the versatile very personable Miss The Pride of Ft. Lauder- second Sunday in June.

Miss dale Lodge and the North Ladies please be present at
Blanche Calloway. YMCA have joined together the
west post home.Starlight .
Jerome Trapp who is a with playground apparatus at Calloway had the audienceof to A Com-
member of the 9th Grade Olinda Park. over 500 leaning on her
munity Affairs Conference, to Lodge No. 542
civic class at Brownsvill: I am happy to tell you every word as she broughtthe be held 2 p.m., June 20, at will meet Friday June 4 at
Junior School wrote a different acts on the
High that within the month
next a
the Pride of Ft. 8 p.m. at the Masonic Hallon
letter the MetropolitanDade The judges in the
to complete playground will be stage. Lodge. The program will Pembroke Road.
County Park and Re- installed at Olinda Park with person of Mrs. Essie Silva consist of two workshops anda ----

creation Department request swings slides and various Mrs. Annie Love and Mr. dinner meeting. A summaryof Kenneth McDonald Jr. of
ing assistance for playground other pieces of playground Samuel Forde had quite a job the 42nd Ave and
28th St.
apparatus at Olinda Park. equipment. The basketballcourt choosing a winner in each of Churches and organizations I Hollywood is ,
our new Miami
The park is located at that you mentioned will the categories: singing dan- of the northwest area news boy for this
21st and 22nd Avenues between be coming in a little bit cing and variety. They finally may send several represen-

50th Street and 51st later. This will actually be a came up with the following tatives.

Terrace. This request was multi-purpose court and not winners: Singing: The You may register for the In an effort to acquaint the

made with the hopes thatsome one limited to basketball.It Midnighters (a calypso group), conference by notifying the citizens of the Northwest

provisions would be made for would also be availablefor The Lavette Sisters (Singers) Northwest Branch YMCA f'.. section of the city the local

recreation for the youths and volleyball skating and and Sandra Wiggins (soloist); Lauderdale.The Social Security Office at

adults in the community. The other acitivites.You Dancing: The Side Winders 315 N.E. 3rd Street is asking

following letter was received have also requested some The Upsetters and the Shin- members of the New churches civic organizationsand

by Jerome from the benches and these too will be diggers; Variety: The Twir- Bethel Primitive Baptist citizens to take part in

park and recreation department included in the playground. lets; Henrietta Gonzales and Church will hold its weekly an all out effort to help the
the Shorty Tumblers. The people understand the bene-
: development. Rummage Sale and Barbeque -
NORTH DADE'S HIGHEST act that captured the heartsof in the grounds of the fits to them under the Social
May 19, 1965 If I can be of further service the petit Security Program. For information -
every me were church at 29th Terr and 11th
please feel free to call DANEESE JAN1S W1LCOX contact your Social
Mr. Jerome Trapp ballerinas. They received a St., Saturday May 29.The
upon me. special awani for the most Security Office or watch the
5601 N.W. 19th Avenue Valedictorian of North public enjoyed themselves
Miami Florida Dade Junior Senior High unique act of the show. and many good bargains were Florida Spur for news.

Sincerely. School 1965 graduating class The Night of Stars show found. Money raised at this --

Dear Mr. Trapp: A.H. Peavy Jr.Superintendent has received many honors climaxed the fall and winter sale will go into the building This may not seem important -

of and awards. Recently she program. For the next two fund of the church which is at this time,but there are
Thank you for your letter requesting there will. be check- hundreds of people in our
some assistance Recreation was chosen to be a debutanteby weeks planning an addition to the
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. out type program while the church including nursery area who are not registeredvoters

During her senior year she staff take inventory and make pastor's office and living of the state of Florida

I West Dunbar Has Color DayThe participated in the following preparations for a bigger and quarters for the pastor. and Broward County. If you

activities at North Dade: better summer program. are 21 years of age and you
for the have lived in the state of
First attendant to Miss North Registrations sum-
P.T.A. of West Dunbar Awards. I In the afternoon Dade School reporter on mer program will be the 10th The South Broward VFW Florida for six months goto

Elementary under the able there were goodies for sale WMBM financial secretary of instead of the 11th of June. Post Nt. 8195 observed Me- the Office of Voter Regis-

leadership of Mrs. Grace and physical feats performedby Allied Youth president Span- As a pre-summer event the morial Day by joining in tration at the Broward county
the Annette Ab- with two other posts Sunday
Robinson sponsored Color ish Club, news editor monocle junior girls will play the Court House and register
Day on May 28, 1965. The rams, daughter of Mr. and staff index editor 1965 junior girls of Magnolia Park morning. The 4997 VFW Post now. There will be an election
Mrs. Morris Abrams and a of West Hollywood and the
boys and girls of the school yearbook member of honor Opa Locka in a Softball in November, but thereis
Fourth Grader in Mrs. )U.Davidson's 308 American Legion Post
were beautifully dressed in society, boy and girl counselor game on June 12 at 2 p.m. no use of waiting until the
also VFW Post No. 2500
their school colors of: light room was honorary member of Stu Eleven girls from the cen- last minute to get your name
and dark blue. During i the crowned MISS WEST DUN- were there for services held the books.SPIIUTUAUSTIC.
dent Council and represen- ter were invited to take part on
BAIt MR. WEST DUNBAR at 10 a.m. Sunday.
assembly Mr. Re-
morning tative to Senior Council in the second countywideDance
Burton BTW's Silver was Maurice Bannerman, The officers of Post 8195
ginald ,
Festival MadisonJr.
active at
Daneese is an mem-
of Mr. and Mrs. Mana. were Commander: Wilbur C.
Knight winner drama and son ber of First Baptist Church of High School last Saturday
First Jenkins :
speech performed for the tee Bannerman, a Bunche Park, Rev. W. J. night. They were: Eleanor ; Quarter TEA
Grader in Miss A. Stewart'sroom. Walter Bowe; Chaplain;
pupils. Doyle Joyce Doyle Tange-
A gala affair had Macon pastor. Freddy Graham, Jr. Vice will be
was ; There a great
Also many boys and girls The daughter of Jr. and loh Williams, Bernice Lynes
by all. Commander: Ralph Seymour; seance on Sunday June 13,
were presented Honor Mrs. Calvin C. Wilcox, Sr.. Delores Thompson Geneva
Service Officer Alffed Watkins -
3:30 at the home of
Sr, Daneese has accepted a Lynes, Joann Sharpe Helen p.m.
Mrs. Alto Screen. 743 N.W.
_. four year scholarship to Spel., Williams Stephanie Lynes
e A '''';: '' :'->: ;,'< ------ 63rd St., sponsored by Hills
: : r.t"tJ-'I' College Atlanta Ga. Patricia Betties and Marion
,;I, There will be a Fish Fry of
t No. 48 Order
'I. Chapter
., where she will matriculatein Brown Mrs. Pegues, the
Saturday night June 5 at the
HONORS; PRINCIPAL the fall.MUMFORD. dance and baton specialist Eastern Stars.
: Post 4816 S.W. 17th St. W. You can't afford to miss
t a great complimentfor
The Nathan Young Ele- I KINDERGARTEN preparing the routinesand Hollywood. Also our regular this event. See and hear one
mentary School and PTA meeting will be held Sunday of the greatest mediums of
paid tribute during their Tthe Class of 1965 of Mum- costumes for the girls. evening at 5 at the post. all times. She will convinceyou

annual Seasonal Tea,May 23, I I ford Kindergarten School requests Throughout the summer ------- and surprise you. Donation

to a valiant lady, their principal the honor of your pre there will be various countywide The Ladies Auxiliary of $1.00 Watch the Timesfor

Mrs. Josephine D. gar ; sence at the commemce ment and area contests and Post 8105 will meet on the future events.

exercises, Saturday evening
Mackey. A :special honorary
competitions. Be sure to
program was presented with June 5 at 8'oclock at the

Mrs. Granc Albert principalof Church of the Transhgurat- nouncements follow this column and results for an-of Is Your Child in Danger? Get

Floral Heights Elementary ,, k' tion, N.W. 19th Ave and 152 I
5 each.
School giving the salute to 4. 4 Terr.

our honoree Mrs. Mackey A'yJHeights Free Immunization Shots Now!

after which Mr. Albert A. \

Tresvant sident of our the school first PTA unveileda pre I Tips On How ,, :"': Is your child in danger of child out of danger. Get them

contracting polio diphtheria vaccinated now!
lovely portrait of the vali-
whooping i cough, tetanus
ant lady.A Please see your doctoror
sincere vote of thanksto Elementary;: Mrs. : Get A (lockjaw)? and smallpox, Any public health clinic today.As .

the many friends, parentsand Valdez Murray First Baptist ; : to lob ,, child or adult,who has not received a public service to you

well-wishers who helped Choir Mrs. Helen Miller, Mr. : ,"- the proper immnnizat- and your family the Dade

make this a successful affair Albert Tresvant, Mrs. WillieD. tion injections "baby shots"is County Department of Public
Are you looking for a job, Next pay to your in danger. These injectionsare
Fuller and Health offers
both financially and socially.A Mrs. G. L. hair. It should be neat but these protective
or do you know anyone who just as important as the
special thanks to the program Campbell.Mrs. to you at ab
dressed. Be-
is? Do have a teenagerin not elaborately daily foods give chile
you we our solutely
Mrs. Grace Virginia O. Tresvant,. no cost.
participants: of the 'bee-hive. It'sout.
your home anxious to get dren. Please don't wait until
Listed below
Albert principal of Floral PTA president. are the Dade
summer employment? children school
your enter to
County Department of Public
Here are some tips that Well-manicured nails are start their immunization. Get Health
Centers waiting to
will important but use a con-
give selfconfidenceand them
All 10 southeast Florida you vaccinated today. These serve you, Please call or go
Also be
counties in which the Dairy help impress personnel servative polish. moderate diseases strike any age at to the center nearest your
Council directors collected in a sure in use of makeup.The any time. When paralytic polio
operates are taking
part in the program and 62 vey by the Listerine Advisory natural look directors is safest. strikes half of its victims are home.Downtown Center, 1350 NW

Services: Most personnel pre children under five. Nearly 14th St., 377-0341 Ext. 193
young women will be honored ,
fer the almost pale make-up.
Rule Number One Be well-
this year. : everyday someone in this Tue. & Wed., 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The winner in each schoolis groomed. This begins with Extra tip: Add snowy country suffers a wound that 62nd St. Center, 2745 NW

chosen by school the daily bath plus a deodrant. white gloves! rusults in tetanus or lockjaw 62nd St., 691-7600 Mon.,
personnel Next teeth should be Employers say that job
in cooperation with Mrs. for rmny times it's a child Wed. & Thur. 1-3 p.m.
Joanne Jack, executive direc- sparkling. Brush them well applicants who present an and almost half of them die. No. Miami Center, 14101 NW

tor of the Dairy Council.ANNOUNCEMENT and then use an oral antiseptic attractive appearance make We still have over 400 cases 8th Ave., 681.7435, Mon. &
that kills odorcausinggerms of diphtheria a year in the Tue. 1-3 p.m.
in the mouth and floats better employees. Their poise United States. So. Miami Center 5789 SW

away food debris. This sort of helps convince the employer It is tragic when any child 68th St., 666-2538 Mon. &

care makes you nice to be they are right for the job! suffers or dies-and doubly so, Thur., 1-3 p.m.
A word to the wise
The Ushers' Federation near.Rule young when suffering or death can Goulds Center 110 Ave. &
Number Two Be man, too the same basic be
Association will sponsora : sure prevented easily. SW 214th St., Mon. 8 a.m. to
musical program Thurs- your clothes are wellpressedand rules of good grooming also Parents! please Ret your 10 a.m.

day night preceding the not too dressy. Wrinkled apply to you. Whether you are

second Sunday In June at clothes are a give-away to aiming for a job in anofficeor

HOME ECONOMICS Milt ER 8 p.m. It will he held at an untidy nature. Make sure s service station make sure
Greater New MacedoniaM. shoes are shined and heels you are well-groomed and

Outstanding home economics B. Church 3165 NW straight too. dressed appropriately. BE A
students in Dade County 56th St.Some NURSE'S AIDETHE

senior high schools are being of the choirs that .....
honored again this year by will he featured will be

the Dairy Council of South First Baptist Opa-locka] ;
Florida through an awards Greater New Macedonia; Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE IDEAL SCHOOL FOR

program. Kellv's Chanel AME; New

The winner at Booker T. Bethany; New Mt. Mo- "MR. JACK" TRAINING NURSES' AIDES
Washington High School is rlah New Shiloh unci
Cora of Mr. Peaceful Zion M. 11. FOR
White daughter
and Mrs.. Eugene White, 245 Won't you come out and
N.W. 14th Street. Cora is also enjoy n. night of wonderful Th. Very Latest in Men' Fashion Call for Ufor.otlo and for brochurt 444-4637 or 443-9741

member of National Honor and eood singing SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS

Society and is a student director flea Edwin Ramsey ITALIAN SHOES Morsliip classes 9 a._. 12 p...

of the intra-mural program president Evtaiig clouts 7-10
She plans to enter Willie J. Beard] reporterRev. 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida p.m.

Florida A&M University this Roscoe Jackson REGISTER NOW FOR NEW CLASSES .J

fall. pastor "- ..
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 4, 1965 115

Spearing with......... Gov. tires to Head Orange

\>4 BfossoH Cltssic: Comnifttft

4 Percy Oliver coach and -..icePicdthe head coach jobat FAMU The Honorable pours some $35.000 into
North Dade. lie is certi-
athletic director of North Haydon Burns, gov- special activities. while
fied to teach in both scienceand another $100.000 is spent
Dade High was appointed interior ernor of Florida will
physical education."We by fans during the week.
line coach of Jackson serve as .honorary chairman -
High School Monday effect- haven't worked out of the 33rd annual Since the OBC came to
ive this fall. our coaching assignments for Orange Illossom Classic Miami in 1947! game attendance -
BY HARRY SPEAR North Dade the fall." Burroughs said. and Festival Committee. has averaged
. begins a two-
"But Percy's background around 40.000 fans. A rec-
year phasing out Dr. George W. Gore Jr.
program makes him ideal choice ord ";.291 In paid atten-
MANY THANKS I wish to thank Neil this fall. president of Florida A and
recorded dur-
** dance was
out interior line job.
M is the
Amdur, prep editor for the Miami Herald, for In making the announcement Former Jackson FullbackJoe chairman.The ing the 'fil OGC. It is believed -
the introduction and ovation received when Donald, Jackson's A. Burroughs Principal said."We're Brodsky has recently Orange Blossom that witnessed over 50.000 the
Neil announced my presence at the All-City very pleased with the been appointed as head Classic festivities involve spectators
Awards Banquet. I had the addition of coach and athletic director a two-day weekend climaxed game.
pleasure of inter- Percy to our These events are plan-
succeeding the late Roy football
viewing Jake Gaither, FAMU head coach, staff. Coach (Ray) Elliot at French.In the first by Saturday a in game December ned and supervised by an
Bobby Hayes, fastest human in the world and fine at Illinois recommendation gave him and a he'll very the phasing out of Negro In Miami. The executive from committee Florida of
other high of the grid contest matches the
numerous celebrities. A good time was fill our nees." schools one A and M University anda
early problems has been the host Florida A and M
had by all. The speeches were Oliver citizens advisory com-
very encouraging was an outstandingguard question of what to do with Univ. Rattlers against
to all the young athletes present. at Illinois before he the coaches. the best! football team mittee composed of individuals -
in and around the
available in the Orange
Allen Begins to Hit and Stadium that Saturday Miami area. Edwin De-
what have the -
we seen at larger clubs at $5.00 nigh:. The meritte president of the
Marlins MoveOne tops could not compare with the small ones. ent is not named until oppon-the Miami Chapter of the

of the major reasons for the recent Sorry, fifth week no fights on the Beach. each middle of November of Association FAMU General is Alumni vice-

surge by the Miami Marlins has been the sud- Figure it out. I don't care if I never see another The year.weekend I is filled chairman of the OBC
den improvement by Ron Allen. Allen, the fight. The good talent has all left. with gaiety. Persons come committee.
Marlins first baseman, got off to a very slow from all over the coun- LEGAL NOTICEI
start at the beginning of the season. Until the try each game year and to take attend partin am not responsible for

three weeks ago, Allen was hitting only. 160. .IIIIHI__.. the events held duringthe any debts incurred by
All of a sudden, he seemed to break out of LOOKING FOR-A GOOD CENTEKY1LLAKBOERGARTEN weekend. It has been anyone Darville but myself.J. Knowles
his slump. In one game he hit a home run anda PLACE TO EAT? estimated that industry
triple, and in another, he doubled home the
winning run. Allen's home run was over the Try Cat's Lowng & Res- Y.. awy register .ow. Hot
right field wall at Miami Stadium, only the tavraat. I ported Beer aid (leaches ..! pickup ser I
second one to be hit over that wall since the Wines. vice. For laforaiotio call: GREYHOUND RACING
Marlins have been in the Florida State League. 6010 N.W. 22mA Aveue 691-7796, 696-3802 or
Owed & operated by the 634-5867
Allen had a very good spring at Leesburgand Ycmngbloods
expected to be sent to a higher classification BIZ ..I. I7TH AVEKUE

when the season opened. However, whenhe u.tE .'11 MRS. RUTH COPELAND 1I""KI IIS

was re-assigned to the Marlins, he appearedto TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO :, I
lose confidence in himself. It has taken two CHURCH SUNDAY
months for Manager Bobby Morgan to con-
vince Allen that he needed another season
with the Marlins to improve himself.

_," ....
Shortstop Lou Garvin broke out of his* / fftj"
roM llefV/Jf t cto
season long slump last weekend when he went .
our.for.five against Daytona Beach in the Mar
lins 17-10 victory. If Garvin can continue to
rD.Nsdlvr. sr.yisoadNO
bring up his average, then the Marlins shouldbe tit l..w
able to move even higher in the Florida

State League standings. ..

Joe Lis has been one of the steadiest per-
formers for the Marlins all season. The third
baseman has been hitting between .260 and
300. Lis also had two home runs, one of which TOMORROW
came on the last road trip.

Last weekend the Marlins put pitcherBill finals
Haae on the disabled list and reactivated
pitcher Ralph Burnette. They also handed |
outfielder Gene Klimash his unconditional re $5,000
lease. TClimash had played with the Marlins
last year and had returned to the club after
serving six months in the service. ChoHpioishipsITtfc

Finals in the Flakier Kennel Club's $5,000
Marathon Championship Stake over the 7-16

mile course, comes up for decision Saturday (
night with the two-time winner. Terry Stroe-
ber, likely to go off as a favorite to take down Q
the winner's ,end of the jackpot.
Terry Stroemer, owned by Lester Cole, .
was the only double winner in the first two IT ISN'T RAINING THAT HAnD.
rounds of the marathon. One-time winners
reaching the finals include Happy Stutz' Wes- j' TIvtlAl7"1"" .( a--

tern Fleece and Originala, Cole's In Memory
and George Fulton's Nopal Star.

Others who will go to the post Saturday
night for a shot at the $2,100 winner's end of SPECIAL!!!
the $5,000 stake are Oscar Evers' Charming

Tears and Fulton's Gold Stamp. No Dowi-No Qicilifyiii

Here I go Again With BoxingThe 327 N.W. S8TH STREET
readers of the Miami Times have
been writing in asking me why have I changedmy 2311 H.W.I TTH TERRACE

opinion in regards to the game. Well hereit $18 week to $22 week Pays All .'
comes: As I have written before the younger
fighters are being neglected and name fightersare FIRST COME FIRST SERVED

sent to all parts of the world. Too good .
for the Dade County fight fans, where mostof FORD REALTYINC. Broker
them receive their start. It is not the fighters -
fault. I blame the manager and promoter I 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 I Ay .W

and you all know who the promoter is. Here 7
are some names: Luis Rodrigues, Willie Pas- 1 yf

trano, Floratino Fernandez, Doug Valiant, .
Tony Alongi!, Gomeo Brennan and numerous

with Check cw sell, lower rates and easy fuuuaca Res.rvationa
The only time we saw them here a 444.8401
worthy opponent was when TV showed them. IMMEDIATE SRitt HUNG
this ad to our office and receive a free gift
From Tampa to Jacksonville, to Miami t h estate
of Florida could put on some great bouts D. Goodman and Son Inc.
but they say, "who's going to pay for it?" "Insurance, Real :Eatate, Mortxae"BosineM
member AH People Democratic dab KENNEL Cull
You give them the right bouts and you NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380 AV1HU1 AND 7th sY.aar .
will see the public turn out. The shows we 2688 Aanatal NOIITIIWIITS
have#ieen in the small clubs were great, but


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16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 4, 1965
r ODOOODOOO'OOS O"OIOOOD >ooooao..' 1-

: People. l1gres.Gu.estJlqusIf d' ET" ..,. .I1 ;; ,GtIHIO:
The house of unusual rooms ,'J .;j
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"K..p us in mind"A
= ,
! A tatter place, we challenge you to HOME SERVICE CALLS $1.00
Is believingThe 11 \
} Things. accommodations you receive w:: Day or Night

) Lu 'a ,,. You find only In this brother t'\': W. S.r.k.1111 Mak* WHIFI's
UD i00e00e'ti .
By Lawrence B. Cooper ". < OPEN' 24-HOURS A DAY2MIH.W.4TTH ,> '1>. ;'''...<; 'i.1''u'J"Ji., ;\ and STEREOS
STREET 6i"1...3961,
HAVE YOU ever seen Without hesitating\ he \:>..t" ; W. AUo R.tTV'
or heard of a person who told this story: ;
JAMAICA DUGIE by the week or month
socked with 1700
had been "I was working In :Massachusetts ,"t \}
volts of electrical cur- for a company ;: Aiwa;" a friend
) rent and survived? doing some digging witha '
Well. I have: talked large machine. Thl '.907 'N.W.:, 2nd i AVEKUE
t with one at Cedars of of equipment hada ... :}
piece ..
Our Clean .,..:.' }: J '
Lebanon: Hospital.We : )long boom. This white Keep City ., l- .; ,
have been stunnedfor cat was operating ltt see
a few :seconds] with and he had just risen It
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125 volts from a radio we up to Its extent. There
were "fixln." Such voltageis were hick powered wire
sufficient for your pas- overhead. Before T could) --.
tm1 to Drench; vour PU'OSV. yell 'hold) It.' there was a WVOOLWORTH'SBIG
We met Willie\ Range on great flash. T was stand-
last Friday when we took Ins bv thp equipment and) TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
a friend to Cedars:! of Txh- must have been In contact CHURCH SUNDAY CHAMPIONSHIP
anon for ::UI'aerv.s' with It. That WR Ml I
we entered this semiprivate remembered until T woiun -P .
room. Willie's ryes In the hospital. I do
lit up: "I'm sun* glad to rp'''emher Mnsr' on ;i bed
have some company. It wIth n torn left arm hansrIne Model Car Contest
was beginning" to get bv a shred of muscJp. t :
lonesome here. T reached over and tore It his hair 4
and is hospitalized -
After wf had seen thatour Joo;:e and to' ,el l It to the in
a mental institution
friend settled) was we departed.comfortably floor That" was In July of Willie Range has beenin : Have Fun! Win Prizes!
out of
S' In those brief minutes last( "ear.
'" Willlp flange, had Introduced Willie continued: "1,700 since his accident.
\ himself and 1pnn *?- volts T found) out )later. Willie! was burned all CHILDREN & ADULTS
r att'rvr' nvav: as if had knocked me away over his body and took
we had) comp to visit him from the machinery pas- skin grafting to hide the
On Saturday) we got to Rn! out thmiiT1! t h e blemishes on his face and date June 2
his Starting :
the hospital before our toes of both feet. The surviving arm.
friend was out of the ro- tacks in shoes were It would) seem that
my date June 30
coverv room. so we melted away. My clothesvee anyone else would be reluctant Closing :
talked TJf to talk about suchan
with Willie.
\ tattered the: silver
wa s always in a mood it seemed. WI r>von twisted and burnt his body and the memoryof
toVI u<5 n Ni"1'n) eM"' of ;' black and toes It surely burnt on his
Joke that still make ussn'Tle split open."my were brain. But not Willie Final Judging: July 10 Norihside Store
He showed us his Range. He shuns any sort d
The n. ('urlo tty and) thighs where the Im- of pity. With such a frameof S
nobleness<: got the heat "f print of the scorched mind and such cheerfulness / C
us. Being In this' : nE>"':: money had burned him. his room is the
naner racket WP iris! ran t Willie explained to us center of activity for
helD asking question that the operator of the both white and colored, ( / -tEI
"What's up Willie." we equipment was burned who come by to good nat- /
stupidly Inquired. "Whre \' pointing to his ebony skin, uredly tease him cater to ,
you In the "clink.?" as black as me. Hj lost snacks.his In-between dinner AWARDS & PRIZES RULES

Willie Range is in room 1st, 2nd and 3rd place trophies will b. J.4if1at win MOrttiMltty Me4. OnTr
323. If 1.
you have business AH
at Cedars of Lebanon given to Junior and Senior age groups Cnn...hl"
drop by Willie's room, at each Woolworth store. 2 A(. Group*-JmiUr
.. he'd be Up T. 11 Y.." OMS
EDISON pleased to have
Specials .itln 11 V..,. Or W4tt
The Grand Prize winner of Junior and
you.Oh A c-n.tellt M.r EnterA
Yanks', Incidentally, if the Senior age group will be awarded a.3 :..::.' M.... AI He

broadcast game he would is being haveno 25.00 Savings, Bond. 4 An CnfrfM Mu.r If Into*
e4 At Tilt St... WtoiwPurchased
truck with you. He Is
& an intense Yankee fan. He On Oitplor :4Thifto'; *

SPECIAL; SPECIAL: !! SPECIAL! sits and glares at the dialson 5. All rUt On rntry tnterctf Plank AH Mutt. h
his transistor as If he Ask For (ntrv tanks
were watching TV. especially Vh'n You Buy tW Kits
Effective immediately. when the Yanksare
behind and have men PICK THE CAR

iff offering all l our homes on base! a


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