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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 11, 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 42 No. 40 MIAMI FLORIDA FRIDAY I JUNE 11 1965 16 PAGES
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: Florida NAACP Plans Summer. J '

I $14 Million Urban
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Fall Voter Registration DriveSt. ) i


Petersburg, Fla "Flo- ed Negro voters by another
rida's NAACP Branches will 75,000," he said. q Renewal Proieet-

conduct a summer and fall Major concentration will
voter-registration d rI I vein be leveled in North and Cen- ,
this state," said L. O. Har- tral Florida counties. Several % A
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per, Voter-Education chair- officials of the NAACP will Gets U.S. OKl
man for the Florida State Con- meet in Jacksonville this
ference of Branches. week to discuss plans for the v t e !
Mr. Harper announced thata drive. Ab. Dade's first urban renewal Most of the acreage
letter had gone to Florida's "Persons wishing to volun- project. the $14 will be acquired by the
Branches asking that they seek teer for at least one or two ,yfr million redevelopment of Metro agency, and will be j
volunteers to staff the work weeks for voterregistrationwork 147 acres In Miami's NW resold to private interestsfor
force needed to engage in the are asked to contact the section was given Uncle construction of new
summer action. "We hope to NAACP at 703 East Harrison Sam's OK Tuesday. low cost housing units '

begin a drive which will increase Street, Tampa, Florida," Mr. The Housing and Home under specificationswhich i
the number of register- Harper said. ( Finance Agency made will reduce crowd- :'I
the decision assuring (continued on page 7) .

Dade of a $10,105,084 fed- .._ ...._-- '\
eral grant along with
loans of additional $3
7 3 .. million to launch the big I

program.
"We're, delighted as I'm
sure the whole commun- rl t .
ity Is," said Roland Fine, tr
chairman of Metro's Ur-
ban Renewal Agency. "At
a last we're sure of obtain-
ing full federal partici-
pation. Now there's no
doubt that the program
will succeed."

,- ,- ._. .-- The first project, which
will Include the new
Two attractive airline stewardesses, Miss Carol J. downtown expressway interchange -

DiPasalegne (left) and Miss Ruby Laved, discuss the opportunities as one of four

in their field awaiting qualified Negro girls at side.by-side projects urban expected renewal >

the NAACP Region IV Leadership Training Conference, to cost $55 million over

.: held recently In St. Paul, Minn. Miss DiPasalegne is employed the next ten years.

I JOAN 8TORR LEBBIE HAMMOCK by United I Air Lines; Miss Lavert by Northwest The first project runs
from NW 21st Terr to
Orient. 14th St., east of the new .
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BTW Graduates Win University expressway property to Daniel C. Moss Jr., son
I Youth Pleads Guilty; NW 3rd Ave. Onethirdof of Mr. and Mrs Daniel C.
the area will go to ex- Moss Sr., of 9325 SW
.< "of Miami ScholarshipsMiami \"I'''. presswayrlghtofTway.: ... 128th; St., graduated from

Life For Assault Bulldozers will begin the Howard University
Gets
is doubly proudof awarded' scholarships for clearing away the sub- School of Dentistry, in
its 1965 graduates and 1965-66 to study at UnI- Proby. standard housing in July. Washington, D.. C. June 4.
especially so for Lebbie versity of Miami major- A 19-year-old youth After the woman told her The 1,457 buildings In Dr. Moss Is a native
ing in voice. pleaded guilty Wednesday to
Hammock, daughter of the Warren the urban renewal por-
white story to jury, Miamian and a graduateof
They both raping a 47-year-old
Mrs. Julia Hammock and were members tion will be cleared by
made his plea. The death Miami Carver Hgh and
of the music depart- woman and was sentencedto
the late George Hamock. penalty had been asked for demolition crews, and received his B. S. degree
ment of BTW High. Their life imprisonment.Lonnie .
and Joan Storr, daughterof Warren, who stole the 1,386 families will have to from Claflin College in
teacher, Mrs. Edward Warren
Leila ,
R. find other places to live,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles woman's and then -
purse enticed Orangeburg, S. C.
Williams of N.W. St.
deserves much 2545 51st was basis
some on a temporary -
Storr her into an abandoned He will do his Intern-
credit for giving the girls sentenced to life at the while fxistingstruc
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Both young ladies took house on the pretense of ship at Freedman's Hos-
their Florida State Prison Cir-
training and by
inspI- tures are fixed up to meet
the music examinationand
helping her to recover it. pital in Washington.
ration
with high ra- and courage to cuit Court Judge Luien C. standards,
passed
take the examination.
tings. They have been
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STUART The NAACPhas cers were heard search-
asked the Attorney ing between houses and
General of the United shooting as If they: were
States to hold a full scale chasing the mann"
Investigation Into the Hall was found In the
killing of a Stuart FlorI- hallway of t h Cherokee .
da Negro on May 29. The Motel Just a few doors A. J .,r '44 +t
shooting: took place at from a room occupied by ?
approximately 2:50: a.m. his sister," Saunders said.

Killed was Charles "Playing an Importantrole
In sparking the com-
Fyne 30-year-old man
and a reported! epilepic( munity to protest the killing i
Officers involved were was Ralph Clark, a
Joe Crosby 22, and Orvis young Florida A and M

Yawnto.. The requestfor student and president of ., -
a Federal Investigation the Martin" County Branch : .4.'t :
NAACP, he said.
was sent by R. W. ,
Saunders, Florida NAACP "It was Clark who _
field director following a wrote to the city officials _
asking that the lie
hearing by a Coroner's case
Jury verdict and an Investigation reopened and that the officers '.
by the assis- he suspended. He
also asked that the
tant State's entire -
Attorney
police department he
Spencer Gilbert of Fort "
Pierce, freed the two.menof totally desegregated.
all charges. At a meeting on Mon-
day city officials agreed to
.
According to Saunders, '
ask for
a grand jury Investigation
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who made several inter-
views with persons In ; to desegregatethe HOSTS TO MEDICAL MEET: DADE COUNTY ACADEMY OF MEDICINE
police force and to

be Stuart.contradictory"there seemed reportsas to welcome the case.an investigationof However, State Physicians Dentists, Pharmacists Meet on Beach I

to where and when they refused to suspendthe -

the shooting took place. officers because of Negro physicians, dentist, The members will learn which time the staff of the gery of the blood vessels and
Some persons stated thata the two earlier Investigations pharmacist and their families about new techniques and cancer Cytology Foundationof many other topics.A .
Negro officer had told and findings by theCoroner's from all over the state of Flor new equipment used in the American, Inc., will pre- Howard University
white officers that Fyne Jury and the ida will attend sixty-ninth various branches of medicine sent a very elaborate clinicon Dental School Professor will
was about to have another Assistant State's Attorney of talk with the dentist about
annual meeting of the Flor dentistry and phar- the detection canceras
fit. Another stated that The NAACP agreedto
the ida Medical Dental and Pharmaceutical macy. The three groups will related to three groups. newer treatments of gum dis-
been dead man had yjfn maintain peace and order Association and have separate scientific meet The physicians will out- eases. While a Miami Bead
taken Into In the but
cusiouy community Women's Auxiliary on Miami ings which last about five standing clinicians from the Oral Surgeon will talk about
and l placed! in the jail until would not yield to the
he had recovered while city's request that it give Beach next week. The hours per day. Ahighlightofthis Medical School of the University the surgical problems of the
neighbors In the area up demonstrations until convention opens July 14, particular convention of Miami. A Specialist general dentist.
where the shooting took after the Investigations at the Seville Hotel and will will be a joint scientific meet- will I give the latest infor- The pharmacist will have

place said that the offi-! ore completed. end on Thursday June 17. ing of the three groups, at mation on lung cancer, sur- (continued on page


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday June 11, 1965 3
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I ,1'' I 'Carter,' Farmer* '.Curtis l ; tf Accused Detectives in ...,.

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I .t. Adar.ss.jjbliskers. A J ._j Narcotics Case Fired

Over 250 Negro editors, rice Henry, Kentucky Press Charged In the sensational Eugene Marshall were
publishers and their staffs Association President April 20 narcotics bribery charged with conspiracy to
will journey to Louisville, Other convention speakersare case two detectives were dis- accept a bribe soliciting a
Kentucky June 1620 for the : Norman Issacs, Execu- missed by Miami Police specific $600 bribe and accepting -
Silver Anniversary Conventionof tive Editor of the Louisville Chief Walter E. Headley this $130 In marked
the National Newspaper Courier Journal and Times week. bribe money.
Publishers Association.They and Warren Adams, Promotion Fired were Sgt. Frank The three were arrested .
Manager of the two newspapers; Fountain 39, of 1120 S W April 20 at the home of Hoi-
will hear some of Tom Hamilton. General Mana- 76th Court and Roosevelt ton Newbold, a dope peddler
America's leading public figures ger, Franklin Ind.) Daily xI Tremble, 34, of 276 N.W. who informedthepollcetrig-
including: Carl T. Journal; J. E. Hankins, Pre- 6th St. Both were on the city's gering a secret Investigation.The .
Rowan, Director, U. S. Information sident, Mammoth Life insu- vice squad. men were suspendedafter
Agency; Lisle rance;Dr. Kenneth Clark, New I Jeff D. Gautier, Fountain's their arrests. Headley
I Carter, Jr., Assistant Direc- York City College; Dr. Hyland attorney, promptly appealedthe cited the bribery charges as
tor Anti-Poverty Program; Lewis, Howard University; dismissal to the city's reason for the dismissals.
James Farmer,National Direc- Dr. C. H. Parrish, Universityof Civil Service Board. Robert
tor of CORE; O. Montgomery Louisville; Dr. Carleton Richmond,. executive secre-
Curtis, Director American Goodlett Publisher, San Fran- tary of the board, said a YEAR'S BEST HOME
Press Institute; Barry Bingham cisco Sun Reporter; John H. ti JI ,. hearing will be set before the
Chairman InternationalPress Sengstacke, Publisher Chicago I end of the month. BUYS. SEE BACK PAGE
Institute; Kentucky Daily Defender; William The two officials and Fed- NEXT WEEK.
Governor Edward T. Breathitt; D. Walker, Publisher Cleve- eral District Narcotics Chief
Louisville Mayor William D. land Call-Post and ThomasW. AWARDED HONORARY DEGREES BY
Cowger; Jefferson County Young, Publisher Norfolk
I Judge Marlow Cook and Mau- journal and Guide. BETHUNE-COOKMAN COLLEGE .

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f' Richard V.
I > ; Dean Joseph H. Taylor adjusts hood as Dr.
Moore confers honorary Doctor of Law degrees on Mrs. c

t" Charlotte Ford Clark, prominent educator and principal of
B. safe .Investlgote first .because in Miami, you
School here. Also honored was
I Charles R. Drew Elementary have onlyThere ONE Government Approved Cashier School. '
9 Baron deHirsch Meyer, senior member of law firm Meyer, is NO SUBSTITUTE for :'I'
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Weiss, Ross and Arkin of Miami Beach. '

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a..4. y nkI 42 Negro Beauticians Snubbedby N.W. 7th Ave. at 78th St

I I Y U.S. in Liberia
Embassy ; America's largest and oldest. 50 schools-U.S., Canada -
; and Hawaii. Over 12 years a trusted guide to
Feted by President Tubman thousands now working. To get the BEST JOBS, you
I need M.T.I. government approved training. This will
T. CHICAGONPI) accorded them by the embassy qualify all people 1750 ready to work.
Forty-two beauticians, led The ambassador, a
by Mrs Marjorie Stewart native of South Carolina, is
Joyner, returned to the a recent appointee to the post. JOBS NOW OPEN \
i1. United Stateslastweek,high- She said the snub was all
: : ly incensed over the treat- the more insultingsinceCon- CASHIERS, GROCERY CHECKERS, STOCKMEN,
ment accorded them at the gressman Barratt O'Hara SALES CLERKS, PACKERS
V.S. Embassy in Monrovia, (D-I11) had interceded in
Carl T. Rowan James Farmer
Liberia. their behalf ere they left the Special Summer Courses
The group had gone on a United States to inform the CASH REGISTER $15
Social highlights include a president and convention host four-week studypleasuretour ambassadors of the coun-
reception-buffet June 16; the Frank L. Stanley, June 19. of Europe and Africa, tries they were visiting of P.B.X. RECPTIONIST $18
Annual NNPA Awards Dinner Major topics of discussionare at the close of the 20th Inter- their projected arrivalTOOTHACHE. IBM KEY PUNCH $40
June 17; A sunset Boat rideon The Negro Revolution, national convention of the BANK TELLER, CLERK $21
the S. S. Belle of Louis- The Six-Column Newspaper,
ville and a private preview of Journalism Profession of the er-Teachers United Beauty association School'Own and Free lob placement .Doy & Nite classes .No

"Shenandoah" June 18; a tour Future The Negro Press, Alpha Chi Pi Omega beau- Donl Miffcr Stony.In seconds get relief hi school needed .Train now pay later .Apply now.
and lunch at world famous Re: Examined, Newspaper ticians sorority-fraternity in that teats with ORA-JCL. Specd-reteM Reserve your place .
Churchill Downs an afternoonat Opportunities Created by Tele- formula puts It to work Instantly -
hotel
the Waldorf-Asotria ,
to top throbbing
Miles Park Racing Course vision, New Methods of Printing PL 7-8448
New York, May 1-5 toothache pain,to uta doctor -
and a cookout at the Ohio and Publishing and The recommend It for ,,
Monrovia
Reaching on
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River residence of NNPA
Single Advertising rates.
May 18 for a four-day visit, Ord-Jett
the group left the Ducor Palace -
Spiritualistic Tea Alta Screen 743 NW 63rd Intercontinental hotel on
St. This occasion will
long
travel
second
the day to by
Hills Chapter No 18 be remembered by those
bus to Mamba Point to visit
Order of Eastern Star invites who see and hear a gifted the U.S. Embassy. '
the public to attend medlpm and spiritualist. Mrs. Joyner said they hadto TIL5P.M.
Don't fall to be
an amazing seance on present walk down a long hill to
Sunday. June 13 from 4-6 Donation $1.00. You
the in the hot
embassy sun
p.m. at the home of Mrs. are advised to be on time. because the bus they were

riding was too wide to negotiate -
.the narrow street. AT
When they entered the em-
bassy and asked to see Am- [ ] I
bassador Ben H Brown,Jr,
a woman secretary told them
"I think he is out."
When pressed for a definite
answer, the woman disap-
1 peared for a short while, and NATIONAL BANKOF
then returned to repeat her
statement, "I still think he Is
out." MIAMIFull
I
At this point, the deputy
Which ambassador whose name
was Mrs. Joyner failed to get Service Banking for All the People

came in and asked if he could
18th England'sfavourite help them. 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue ""'.
century When told wanted to
they .
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see Ambassador Brown, he ',4: I. Phone 759-4431
replied that the ambassadorwas '
pastime : In the Edison Financial Center '\ ._
with a group in a con- '-
ference and would be unableto

Gordon's ? see them. .
Rugby or Mrs. Joynersald that there
was no attempt made to in- Now ProvidingNew
form the ambassador of their

presence, nor to arrange an- Extended Hours
Sporting Englishmen first played Rugby other date for them to meet Banking
around 1870. Which means Gordon'shad the official

the field to itself for over a century. During the remainder of Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Since 1769, to be precise. their stay they were unableto
'VII''II''' see the ambassador at all. 9:30 am to 2:00: pm
TheyearMr.Gordonmadehis In marked contrast, they
silky-smooth, icy- = were received in audience by .
dry discovery. The ginthat's ;, President William V. S. Tub
still man In his office and Mon-
England'sbiggest .
rovia's Mayor Nathan Fridays
seller. Not to Ross The president who. 4''*, "'-
mention America. And was giving a reception in ,: 9:30 am to 2:00 pm ,
all the rest of the funGORDOHS honor of a visiting Israeli and
dignitary, also invited themto
loving world. Next be his guests at the affair. 5:00: pm to 8:00 pm
time you're in 'a 'sport During their stay in the

ingmoodtryGordon's. IDoM oNtCER city, they were given an offi-

Every bit as exhilarating _" GIN "it cial government escort by which the Liberian includedthe WALK-UP WINDOW OPEN

as Rugby. But not deputy mayor Mrs. El-
exhausting.rmiClNltlwmMUTitnniiiTiutiFioucMUi. IILI Y'l.IMIso : len Sandimanie, and Mrs. Monday thru Friday
Ellen G. director of
Cooper
social welfare. 2:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.
In recounting the incident,
Mrs. Joyner noted that all
I members of the party were Saturdays
embarrassed by the cold-
xmoor COROOHSMUUICO?.in..UMU...r. shoulder treatment or snub, 9:00: am to Noon


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Political Luncheon Club the Rev. gentleman ,*.' '.'.:,,\
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ing's Miami Herald, page 13-A.


H.E. SIGISMUND REEVES Editor and Publisher YE EDITOR'S NOTE BOOKLast
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor
week Ye Editor enjoyed a visit to

of the Notional Newtpopert Publlthen Allocation. Nassau via Freeport, Grand Bahama, in company
SUBSCRIPTION RATES with Charles North of the North Travel

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 Bureau (his nephew,) and Russ Jollivette, his

Entered as Second Clots Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post grandson, a student at George Washington
Office at Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 University, Washington, D. C., who is now at
home on summer vacation.
Office at 6740 NW, 15th Avenue Phon. OX 1.0421
This was indeed a pleasure as Russ has
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" been my travelling companion. In fact, Ye
Th. NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead
the world from racial and national antagonism when it ac- Editor has travelled with relatives several
cevds to every man regardless of race, creed or color his times.
human and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-the We left Miami Wednesday afternoon on
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that the
all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. s.s. Yarmouth Castle arriving at Freeport
11 p.m. and leaving for Nassau at 2:30 a.m.

Ye Editor read some and heard much
HELP WANTEDThe about Freeport. Now he had an opportunity of

Jackson Memorial Hospital reportsan seeing it. Freeport has the appearance of a big
acute shortage of nurses and medical technicians city, with fine looking buildings.

Freeport is now one of the most impor- President Lyndon B. Johnson accepts the applause of-

Dr. W. Dean Warren, chairman of the tant developments in the Bahamas. Upon ar- Howard University President Jones M. Nobrft, Jr. following

Department of Surgery went before the Metro rival, taxis take you to the Lucayan Beach his commencement address at Howard last Friday. In his
Commission on Tuesday and Hotel where there is
the
explained a large casino brilliantly
remarks Mr. Johnson announced that he would call
situation existing at the institution lighted and well a conference -
urging res- equipped with slot machinesand
of Negro leaders, government officials and other
toration of 800,000 to the proposed 1965-66 other betting devices that delight visitors ,
budget to who experts next fall for the purpose of bringing about full realization
permit employment of 100 additional are interested in such amusements. There's
nurses and 63 more technicians. A request also other night-life entertainment provided.At of civil rights by all Americans.
had been made for the additional personnel During the exercises President Nabrit conferred 01
Nassau
but was cut out by Mgr. Porter Homer, who ,Cleveland, and our his first wife,act Andrea.was to Then visit brother did honorary Doctor of Laws degree upon Mr. Johnson. Other
we honorary degrees went to Wilkins of the NAACP
Roy
recommended 12V& per cent for nurses and some shopping as the morrow Labor Tus
medical technicians.Dr. and no stores would be was Day kegee, Ala. educator and civic leader Charles G. Gomillion,
open. and Michael M. Davis, pioneer In American medical care
Warren said five
there Labor
114 years ago were Day parade was spectacular, led economics. A crowd of some 14,000, I including 928 graduates .
persons on the payroll in surgery and they by Randall Fawkes and other Labor officials
worked 2100 hours in the five was on hand for At exercises.
operating room. abreast, arms locked. After the
This year there were 98 and they worked the beaches, East and West, (Saunders parade and Among Floridians receiving degrees were Herman Allen,
24,000 hours. Because of the shortage of Montague) were crowded. D.D.S., Miami; Willie F. Frailer, B.A., Pompoio Beach;
nurses and technicians the room that was Laisto C. McKinney, B.S., Miami; Daniel C.'Moss, D.D.S.

opened until 6 p.m. now closes at 3 p.m. the beautiful We took a Adastra tour of Gardens the city and where also visited Miami; and Elisabeth Walker, B.A., Don la.

This is undoubtedly an inconvenience to and Manager Edwards conducted proprietor -
his fa-
the public. It seems to us that every effort mous "Flamingo Show" PUN
should be made to relieve this condition at We PHUN The astronauts' wives!
Jackson Memorial visited some old friends including gave them orders from the
our public hospital.In .
Mr. and Mrs. Sam McPherson, both of whom At this moment of writ- control station. It's no
Dade we have three or four up-to-date are not in the best of health, but ing, our two astronautsare use, men. even In space
are cheerful.
private hospitals and their salary scale is reported My former co-worker Willie in their third day in they can do their back-
to be higher than that at Jackson Me- holds on. He has been ill Strachan, orbit. One has already seat driving. Jet travel is
morial hospital. This too, should be a matter wife for a long time. His'cheerful been walking up there faster than sound. but not
for earnest consideration.At gives him every attention. where there is no air. the sound of a wife's
We visited Magistrate Max Can't blame them for feel- voice.
this budget meeting State Attorney family and enjoyed fruits from Thompson their and Ing high no traffic These unearthly flights
Richard Gerstein and Juvenile Judges also We were entertained orchard. lights no speed cops and should unearth many
sought an increase in salary. at his beautiful by Martin Conley plenty of parking place. secrets about our uni-
hill-view home, and last but No taxes either. (Taxesare verse. That's it not in
! GOOD not least, were dinner guests of Mrs. Lillian high too but not a nut shell, but in a cap-
NEWS! North, mother of Teddy, a frequent visitor to THAT high yet.) Tax sule. I only wish that the
It's about Urban Renewal.) Miami and a cousin of Charles. money is paying for this next stop wasn't the
On Tuesday the federal government Our visit trip but I'm not com- moon. but Venus. I hear
ap- was short but enjoyable. Meals plaining. Never before it's there
peaceful
proved expenditure of $14,000,000 up
for Dade and service on the Yarmouth Castle has our tax money goneso no arms!
were good
County's urban renewal project in Miami's and the 114 tourists amiable. far and so fast!)
northwest section. Those far dollars enable

This means that project No. 1 beginning the astronauts! to scoot

at 14th St. to 21st Terrace, east of the ex- around quarters.the world in close

pressway property to Northwest Third Avenue Astronaut White's YEAR'S BEST HOME

will be welcoming the bulldozers.]] State Medics Meet OR Beach in orbit was a bird walk. a BUYS. SEE BACK PAGE

Some 1,457 structures will be demolishedand (continued from page 1) sky lark. His walking
1,386 families will have to find other a very large contingent of dance is semi-formal and suit cost $26.000. 1\1 an.you've NEXT WEEK.

.places) to live ; some temporary while existing Faculty members and Grad- starts at 9 o'clock P.M. got to be living
high
to
uate Students from the Uni- wear one!
Dr. W. H. Baker of Tat
buildings
are brought to standards.The ---
up versity of Florida School of lahassee, is president of the
Metro agency will acquire the prop- Pharmacy. An official of the State Organization. the
erty and resell to private interests for construe, State Pharmaceutical Association 1966 convention will beheldin

tion at new low cost housing units under speci- State Welfare will Program.discuss "The" Tampa and the 1967 convention From diapers to diplomas--
will be in Jamaica.
fications which
will reduce crowding. During the day, while The Miami Beach Conven- Your children i I look to you for support and
Ronald Fine, chairman of the Metro Urban members attend scientific tion is expected to top the education.Here .
Renewal Agency expressed delight at clinics, the visiting wives will attendance record set at the is where LIFE INSURANCE can give

obtaining federal participation in the project. be entertained Auxiliary.by the localWomen's Mrs. in 1962 Nassau.convention that met the help you need.

Viva Coleman is presidentof The Dade County Aca- t .
"
INSURANCEPolicemen the local group. demy of Medicine is the host ."*' < >' .' "'
and firemen killed The three day session will for the 1965 convention. Academy SEE 'A-:'!j' -, '
on the job
not be all work and
,
no play Officers follows
carry a $20,000 policy paid for by our County because the are as : {
evenings are Dr. E. J. Braynon Jr., Pres-
government, which seems reasonable.Now crammed with entertainment.A ident; Dr. J. E. Hogen, vice- CENTRAL, REPRESENTAJiyE;
comes Metro commissioners who banquet scheduled forth president; Dr. J. K. Johnson ;: "
felt that they, too, should have this protectionand Seville Hotel on Monday eve- Secretary; Dr. H. M. TODAY, '\.. :,
on Monday so voted by a 7-2 majority. ning.The White, Corresponding Sec- ',:* f>$>
general public Is invited
tit retary and Dr. E. A. Ward,
Dissenting were commissioners Arthur to a program of the Treasurer. He will assist
in
Patten Jr. and Hardy Matheson. Church of the Open Door on you working our a program
Tuesday evening at 8 o'- that will guarantee that dreams for
Commissioner your your
Patten
said, "there are clock. Mr. William Wynn children will
very few employers who offer these generous will give a short talk on the come true.

benefits. He should know, as he is in the insurance Anti-Poverty Program. This 'i The CENTRAL offers very attractive Modern

business. will Tuesday afford evening an excellent program opportunity YEAR'S BEST HOME Policies to fit your particular needs up to the

Under the proposed law a secretary could for local citizensto BUYS. SEE BACK PAGE amount of $50,000.

walk backwards out of the courthouse to de- get first hand Informa- NEXT WEEK. WHOLE LIFE ENDOWMENT
liver a letter and get struck by a car and her tion from an Official of the
beneficiaries would be paid $20,000 by the Anti-Poverty Program. This EDUCATIONAL
taxpayers." will also be an excellent timeto MORTGAGE REDEMPTION TERM
come out and greet friends,
Commissioner Gordon said, "We run the former schoolmates and the RETIREMENT HOSPITALIZATION
risk of being shot at or being in a plane accident old home town physicians, HEALTH
or developing ailments as a result of sit- dentist, pharmacist and their Non-Surgical Office Treat
ting on these chairs commissioners should families who will be in Mi mentRUPTURE AND FAMILY GROUP PLAN
be included in the list." ami for thb state convention. PILES
Members of the State Or- Rectal Diseases Varicose Central Life Insurance Co.
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acquainted party at the Seville Veins, Prostate No
are being
completed for
testimonial Of
a lost time Florida"THE
Hotel Discard
dinner on Tuesday evening Truss
honoring the Rev. Edward T. after the public pro- Upon Correction of Rupture. FRIENDLY COMPANY"
Graham
pastor of the Mt. Zion Baptist gram. low cost.
Church and one of Dade County's outstanding On Wednesday eveningthe DR. LONG'S CLINIC HOME OFFICE TAMPA, FLORIDA
civic leaders. Ballroom of the Seville
1st BRANCH OFFICES STATEWIDE
1545 SW
St.-FR 3-2748
Hotel will be the scene of a
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tuO I Florl a Club Woman to,.: '

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The 57th Anniversary of with nn overflow crowd of
South Florida club women ex
the Florida Association of
Fine Arts Conservatory, under the Women's Clubs will be observed pected at the Sunday opening
direction of Ruth Greenfield begins its 7th season when state club women session and Fellowship Hour.

of "Summer Adventures in the Arts" on meet in this "Venice of the
Saturday, June 19. South," June 1923. Hosts Plans will be completedfor
for the convention will be the attendance of the state
Kappas of Fort Lauderdale were hosts to Northwest Federated, and the delegation at the biennial session r I IC
friends at their annual Black and White Ballon Venus Clubs. of the Southeastern Association L

last Saturday "Implemented Our Econo- of Women's Clubs, I
evening at the Elks Club.
mic and Educational Responsi which will be held at Hampton _
Institute, Hampton Virginia, C R. / a r-
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Congratulations bilities Through Community .
to Mr. ,
and Mrs.
Roger
2427. Mrs. Algernon B. M
July e
4 9se1
Action" is the theme chosenfor
Armster n
who celebrated their Golden wedding the meeting and an Interes- Bolden, a former FAWC pre- y 4 t' ..N'i
anniversary on Sunday. ting series of activities have sident and current chairmanof aer '

Happy wishes to Miss Ferrecita Pinder been planned to emphasize the the trustee board, is SAWC

and Abraham Turner who will be married theme. president.The Captain Joseph N. Clark, Commanding Officer of the
on
hosts clubs are sparingno
According to the state
60th certificate oT
Company presenting
Saturday. Transportation a
president, Mrs. Louise E. pains in preparing to make
the sessions some of the most achievement to Cpl.Kill Sang Tae
Graduating cum laude from Bethune- Taylor, of Belle Glade, a
Cookman College last week Miamians large delegation is expectedto memorable in the history of Left to right SFC. James E. Brake, Cpl. Kim, Copt.

Alvin E. Guilford business were administration attend the daily sessions the association. James H. Clark, 1st Lt. Lee.

; --- Capt. Clark is a graduate of Booker T. Washington High
Anna I. Dean, business education and Alice
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N. Townsel, physical education. Cousins NEED A BIRTH School and Hampton Institute. He is the youngest son of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Clark of 529 N.W. 11th Terrace.He .

Ova Killens was the charming hostess for Entertained CERTIFICATE? has served for three years in the U.S. Army in Germany -

the Cwest Club on Tuesday evening at the Is your family in need of three years in California, and one-year tour of dutyin
home copies of marriage, death or
of the Elmer Kents. Korea.
Reami :Mrs S. A. birth certificates?
The Urban Cousin and son were highly The Bureau of Vital Sta His wife, the former Miss Bertha Hemphell of Charlotte, : '
League Guild is
invitations extending l entertained Saturday tistics in Washington pub- N.C., is a teacher at the Army School at Fort Irwin, Bar- i,
to its
Hobo Convention on Satur- evening the beautiful lishes a series of useful stow, California. .
day, June 12 at Stragglers Inn, 1420 NW 56th home of Mr and Mrs. government documents en-
Clarence Jones 106: NW
St. from 5 :30 8 :30 costumes are in order. 47th Terrace. titled "Where to Write for U.S.
Birth, Death, Divorce and Marriage 1
Alpha Pi Chi Sorority and their guestsare The occasion was; their Marriage Records." These I

dancing this evening in the Gulfstream 38th The home wedding was anniversary beautifully leaflets pinpoint the agencies Mr. and Mrs. E. G. : 'f
in the United States that Luckie announce the mar ,
Room of Bayfront Park Auditorium at their decorated. The dining riage of their (daughter r "::1Smilfnq -
have kept files of such cer-
Spring Fantasy Ball. Leila P. Geeter, is presi- room table was covered tificates and also include the Cleomie to Eardlev E. I
dent. with a turquoise blue Imported fees for certified copies. Culmer of Na ccatt.!=:: Bahamas -
table cloth and June 1. (0-30: D,"'. The
Attorney Leo Adderly is in Washingtonfor turquoise blue and pink Miamians are invited to I ceremony \vi china used. The to telephone or visit the reference f ;
was
of cen- S.A Thomasof
a couple weeks. the Rev. j
division of the City of
terpiece was lilies of the
Mt. S i I Baptist
n a
e' unbar\ Elementary's principal and valley and pink tall spin Miami Public Library for this Church at the mr-.ona jr, Jr

f J 1({'Y: 9i f )ts i e biriJ1 rcqsyo ke r 1 e.AnTb I rosebuds candelabra.and s I 1 v e r information. A reception was held at
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Corne11al m Mare kt,I A'" five' course gourmet
: Clarice R.; Littles, teacher; L. dinner, was served, 'endingt !..', Loyal 59ers ClubThe

ennaeEra'TMnager; ami' .ranr; owier; \vl\h' franzipan' ,french :

cafeteria, clerk.l t.p;; :* wft :: U1 cherry tarts and of : REDUCE Loyal ROei" w'1''
course the pink and 4
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> meet Sunday. June 13: -I Eddie Lee Pitt-
'.'_ Our sympathy to Marguerite Kimbal of white cake with the figure : Lose up to 6 pounds pm. at the home of he man, popular local businessman

Los Angeles, C'al. in town to attend the funeral 38 In the center. : WEEKLY president, Misr: Tona Tur is the new own-
The Cousins reported a : nero 10G7 NW fiGth Rt, er c' the Dive-Inn Bar
of her mother, Mrs. Dorema Davis ; and to lovely evening with many : 1545 S. W. 1st Street Mrs Elizabeth Espv Curtis 1772 NW 79th St. Phone
the family of Sam Murphy in their bereave- happy wishes from the : FR 3-2748 our city lc: <:5or'p"m 091-9431. He Invite all
ment. Joneses. : president. will be present:: his old friends to' come
4, urgng all members to be and meet new friends.Everyone ..
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sands are attendingthe ,, DR. LONG'S CLINIC present. welcome. indrFOR

graduation of their son, Charles Jr. from Mrs. Alice Jones,
Elks
Family Day
Amherst.Mr reporter_

and Mrs. D. W. Wilson (Millicent) At 16th Terrace

attended the graduation of their daughter,
Home
Venda Rei from Tennessee State College in RATESCALL
MODERATE
THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT
Nashville Exalted Ruler Harold

Miami welcomes the Florida Medical, Hlggs has declared Sun- '
day as Elks Family Day
Dental and Pharmaceutical Association and All Elks In the city are I
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its auxiliary to our Magic City for their an- urged to attend morning ., BONDED ey

nual convention. Dr. E. J. Braynon is presi- service at 11 o'clock at

dent and Mrs. Viva Coleman heads the ladies.If St. Mary's Wesleyan ,
Church, located on 5th Ct
between 16th and 17th St irk
you wondered about the "Welcome RENTAL
After service the Elks
Home Mrs. Wonderful" streamer across the and their families and

bottom of page six last week, it was Bill Mc- friends are Invited to the
Bride's way of telling wife Emma he's more Elks Home. :329 NW 16th elf

than glad she's back from two weeks in At- Terr where a I sumptuous .AGENCY.INc.
dinner will he preparedfor
lanta. them. The entire afternoon .

Get-well wishes to Mrs. Johnnie McCloudand will he /Riven to
Louis Portlock. social and recreational THE LARGEST COLLECTION AND RENTAL
entertainment.
Sincere sympathy to the Carey family in Exalted Ruler Hiw: ,
the loss of their father. urges that the "Bills" AGENCY IN THE SOUTH; OPERATING IN
give their wives and HON. L. L. BROOKS

Happy birthday wishes to Mrs. Bessie 0. mothers "a day off from DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.

Johnson, Earnestine Seymore, Barbara Woo- the kitchen" and brin PRESIDENT ..
them and their friends to r ? $4&& : "' ,",
ten, Carmen D. Williams, Joseph Givens, : '
have dinner with the -: > GEORGE P. HARTH, GENERAL MANAGER
Bertha Mack, Carleton Jerkins, Inez Frierson, Bills and Daughters on s

Michael Mears and Alice Jackson. Sunday. MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

--- P 10,000 HOUSING UNITSBonded

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: James ClubCORNER I If BUILDING YEARS OP SERVICE RESPONSIBLE TO r also has employment service at main office

4 THE COMMUNITY 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA

N.W.: 3GTH, STREET &< 2ND"AVENUE ; What BUYING or BUILDING full time public relations department. to assist you in solving your problems
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| CALL STANLEYPL Plus'; a fleet of cars giving door to door service for tenants convenienceOn I

i.'' PRESENTS< .- [ nights find Sundays for emergency service call PL 9-8733

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SAM & DAVE REVUE I a .$.owlfvI, H 0...' MAIN OFFICE

Built. Oft Ywr Let 4150,N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9.813'3'Vandalism
M OvrcH 't.'t,
JUAWTA HXON & FRANK BELLAMY j
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Artratth. Alter don.' by a few U *xp.nslv' to all. Pleas help u. stop this unnecessary nlr
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PLUS 2 GREAT SWINGING" BANDS .tt.n..ed U AddUtan.L.t 0..11.,. ." <*&&!> 't ,", ,C.A, Lo'ckhart, Public Relations Ollector'

Miranda His Royal(Sheiks Y.ur w.,. Out '
Billy f 'H.... lull4 wL.v.l 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
Freddie,Scott'& Bennie Lotimor .-'Combor : N.., .....,

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$14 Miliioi UrbiH Rmwor I Ilng

(continued from Date 1)
enlarge park, and Renewal Director. said t
school sites and Improve he hopes the formal con
other living conditions. tract with the federal
Project 1 Is expected to government will be exec-
be completed In three uted on June 21, at the
years The demolition agency's next meeting.
work will begin late this The federal government
,... l summer.Of will have to advance
J BY DAVE BOHDU the $14 081.797 net about $2 million to pay
cost the local share Is for the first several
$4,694.933. Most of this Is months of land purchases.
"Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will made up of credits for and purchase negotiationswill
never hurt me." Tongues arc not ,made of sticks and stones city and county public have to he made
but they can really break bones. Now let's talk about that a __ ; : works projects and pro- with the owners after
few minutes. A i fessional services. the appraisers have fin-
"wagging tongue" comes out in one word _
"gossip." It has been said that men gossip more than women -n .S1 Over a three-year per- ished their work.It .
yet in this town I think it's about 5050. Gossip starts from a \ j: : iod. County tax dollars Is estimated that the
moment of truth and by the time it is passed through about 5 ,' will pay a total of 1852. overall cost will be $17-
tongues it has mushroomed into a lie and then to a rumor, in- 144. Metro has planned 484,797 but $3.4 million
gossip. Believe me, when I tell you gossip is dangerous.This this as part of Its capi- on this Is expected toe; )
is something we can all do without. If each person would tal Improvements program recovered when the landIs
and sold to
do his part to stop the little rumor before it turns into gossip for several years. cleared

we could cut it down to nothing in a hurry. Let's all make up :':L): .{ic .,;. __ Edwin Tucker Urban private enterprises.
our minds to help kill this disease. Do not gossip about your ,,; : ::, ..;. : :,,; ... ... wmmm* - .r.
friend or neighbor and do not repeat what someone just told Associates
Burlang
you about your friend. This is the best way' to keep the men I I II NEW HOMES
from saying the women are the biggest gossipers and the EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 615 N.W. 47th Street
women from saying the same thing about the men and most '. 502 N.W. 5h Street I II 3-5
of all it will stop this disease right in it's tracks. 7517674Excellent Open p.m. I
t I 1921 N.W. 50th Street

When someone tells me something about my wire, I just domestic open 1835 N.W. 41st Street

look them in the eye and say "yes I know." Can you imaginethe I sings now in New York and I 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths, '
expression on their faces when I say this? Then what can Connecticut. '
they say in return? We shall go back to last week now, and 4 J I Flo room, garage. r'I'
say that envy is one of the main causes for gossip and cer- Transportation advanced. FOR SALE
tain people will gossip about another person in order to degrade I ALSO I II 55x135 Duplex lot. No
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them because they envy that person and at the same down.
time are degrading themselves because the very person to a plaque for her chapter from Its foundingIn I Male and Female ,' money
husband from Ted Mic- 1960 until this year WE BUILD ON YOUR LOT
whom you might be talking may know more about the situation Finest domestic and commercial :
than do. Let's all be kens, chairman of the when he stepped down In '
and
you friends get along with one I ift this OR OURS.
labs aree.
Miami CORE enteraln- favor of youthful PeteChrlstla'nson .
another. A divided people cannot survive. In this day and ..nwww..ww.YEAR'S fl>
ment committee, duringthe the new Easy Terms
age we must stand together in thought in love and harmony.
Help others and you HELP yourself. big Cavalcade of chairman.A BEST HOME : Need'Money? Call
i . Stars benefit at the Sir 1 large crowd was on
John Knight Beat last hand for the affair and BUYS. SEE BACK PAGE : BARON JE 8-1340 ;

I had a nice talk with Wednesday night almost every entertainerIn NEXT WEEK. j
Clyde (The Glass) Killens the A D. Moore was cited the area gave of
other day and out of curiosityI for dedicated and courageous his talent to the affair- .
asked him why he was no service for his Glamour photo. 00000000ooooonooooo000000000000Attention
longer at the Island Club. This

was through my curiosity and QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: That 3 bedroom housein All Graduates!
that of many people who have North Miami Beach that was advertised in the Times last
asked me, and who (as usual) week is a dilly. I went up to see it a nd it is a gasser. Call
made their own guesses and WI 7.1998 if vou are looking for a home Dave Akins has WE HAVE CAPS AND GOWNS TO PHOTOGRAPH YOU

spreaded them around split fromthe Double Decker Lounge Phyllis Branch will LONG BEFORE OR AFTER THAT BIG DAY. COME IN
gossiping again and do not be in town on Sunday to begin a two week stint at the Play-
know the truth so to satisfy 1 boy Club before going to the Playboy in Jamaica for two ANYTIMEJohnson
the gossipers, and a lot weeks We are all so happy to know that Mother Anna
of really interested people Edwards is recuperating nicely after her recent illness. She M IBB
like myself, I got it from the"horse.s is one of our avid readers Had a letter from Chickie of MiamiCorner
mouth." Clyde said, tf "Madame Effie Throckbottom" Horne lie is doing great in

"Dave I have been in this Nassau At Peanut Taylor's Drumbeat Club. Been there almost ....
business since I had "The two months, and not thinking of coming home. Sends .
Nut Club" on Second Avenuein love to all of her-his fans The Jacksonville Golfer's
1186
1938. Then I went to the Guild will be in the Miami Beach area this week-end. Theyare N.W 38th Si
Elk's Club for 12 years; then bringing their families for a two day vacation. All of
the Fiesta i in 1955; the you Jacksonville folk can get in touch at the Barcelona Hotel. ( 12th Ave. & 38th St.)
Elks's again in 1957; back to the Mary Elizabethon; to the
Sir John Knight Beat for 3 years; and finally to the Island . .
Club. After all of that, don't you think I need a rest? I wrote this week as if the Times had only one article.So Phone 6354748ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
And that is the whole thing in a nut shell I am just till next week, live life, every golden minute of It.
plain tired. I have worked hard and long, and I couldn't find PEACE!
the time to take a vacation, even for a few days. I am not

getting any younger and there are a lot of places I would ..... .
eau sou" .0 '00'" ur nonuse uwr .xrcelerar
like to see and people I would like to visit. Do you know : .... 111, R.Dyr' o' ,.1r co.t.1. eo.nrl
that it has been years since I have been to a movie, that I
have just never lounged around the house and watch TV?
These are the things I would like to do just relax and
have peace of mind take a trip to New York, Atlantic
City and maybe Los Angeles and the only way I can see
this is to go into semi-retirement. That's just what it is .
but like General McArthur said, "I shall return" and get
something going again. To anyone who may be concerned, y
Stu Goldman and I are the best of friends and he is a fine
man. Tell all of my many friends and patrons that I thank
them for their patronage all these years and when I returnto p ti\e
night clubs I am sure that they will come where I am, for
which I say "Thanks,be good and God bless each of them."
There yon have it, straight now blow that out of proport- gOt
tion!

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PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Delores Caf fey (Barmaid at rft
My Cousin's Place) ,
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Percy Rolle an
POLICEMAN OF THE WEEK: Sgt. Jesse Nash
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DISC JOCKEY OF THE WEEK: China Valles (WAME) --.(jl1t fob (ulC

. .

An open note to the Honorable Mayor Robert King High
and Chief* Walter Hadley; Gentleman: In this day and age
are you aware that there is a sign on display in the Justice .
Building at the entrance to the elevator to the city jail saying
in bold letters "City Jail Visiting hours Sunday only:
White 3 p.m. to 3:30: p.m.; Colored 3:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. 5 .1
minutes per inmate." We are not making issue of the 5
minutes time limit, but the evident segregation in visiting
hours in our city jail??? Would it be asking too much to ask
you highly regarded city officials to see that this sign is removed -
and allowing prisoners to receive visitors without
stating race, creed or color? I would like to see the con-
fusion when a white friend visits a Negro prisoner or is
this permitted? There is such a mixture of races that Iwould
like to ask you how you tell what race a person is by lookingat
his skin tone? Or do the jailers ask the very fair visitorif take an extra carton of Coke! 1.
he is white or colored? We share rooms and visit in hose
pitals what is so different about visiting at the same time
in jail? Thank you. '1I"1f11t'th... lime \\ltenon nml Mimulliin /, on' thmgsgo (

llun soft ill ink reach for iir-n nlII l l (Ova-Cola:
. a -!'o : better ,

.mil lot* of it. Nothing irlft.tllniit llii la.te of Coke.: h
A city as large as ours, as compared to West Palm CWlt
Beach has no all-night TV station. Why? Channel 12 and 5 Il*> immi"'takahll'.IIft>I \oitr !"piril.| .. l"oo.l. \oiir .e
all night while we only have it ., .... .
have good stories .
.
.lIt'"i. \. > \on, (lie iufie,jiment", \1I1I"rC', looking
.until 2:20 a.m.The Bahamas(Nassau and Freeport) get these r. r
two channels as well as all of ours. Aren't our advertisers for. I'irk up u ration tomoinm" -and for extra,. f,,". CD gty.
missing the boat by allowing these stations to tune in the
many, many listerners who could be listening to their com- take more than one! Take an extra ration of Coke! /OI
mercials rather than those of companies located in West
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1 ,r f .,. ". .. .
: .': 1 |::. Opens Monday

I The Mr. Bond

, The first period of the Car- Opa-Locka fees are $2.50
>\; I tI ver YMCA Day Camp pro- for members and $3.00 for Style of the Week
: .
I ;, gram opens Monday June nonmembers.TO
\ '1 : I 14, 1965, at 9:00: A.M. with ATTEND"Y"
I -4/ assemblies at the YMCA CONFERENCEMrs.
: ;4'* I Building and the youth an-
.. r 1 ? nex of the First Baptist Susan F. Harris,
Church of Bunch Pt rk. Miss member
''' ;', I R.N., a long-time
: 1 ",,4' Annie Campbell, assisted by the Board ofManagementofthe
1+ I Deborah Ilidgon, Recordo George Washington Car
t Blue, Keith Miller and Gwen- ver Branch YMCA will rep
I It dolyn Closter will I I I be in resent the association at the
1 k charge of the Opa-Locka Sec 1965 Southern Area Council n.
. I' f tion. Alfred Scott, JacquelynSilva meeting to be held at the Blue a
: ( William Francis, Car Ridge Assembly Black Ls
r ; I II ol Hardeman, Brenda Walker Mountain, (near Asheville) .,
t and will be June 17,
Gary Hange North Carolina, on _
I II II in charge at the Building.The 18 and 19. Mrs. Harris will
1 lI II Building group will be leave by jet Thursday Morn-
I transported by Coleman's ing. She goes to this meetingas
I Bluebird Bus to Opa-Locka, a candidate for membership
f fI ft where a joint program will on the Board of Directors &
I fI be offered. by vote of the Carver
I For those who want swimming Board.
I lessons at Bunch Park
'
/ f Pool at a daily cost of 15$ RESIDENCE CAMP ,
I / extra, the class schedule is NOTESMr.
t tI 11:00 A.M. to Noon. Scheduled
t .I programs of hikes, na- Jefford Smith, Camp-
ture study, recreation and ing Chairman of the Carver
I crafts will be offered daily, Branch YMCA has been
I from 10:30 Noon and 1.00: named Associate Director of
P.M. 3:00. Milk only will the sixth period at Camp
Tawana, well known in Edison Center for his expert )
be provided for the campers. Florida, the resident
camp :
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hairstyling and beautiful work with wigs and hair pieces Each is expected to bring his facility of the Metropolitan 'i:

has become associated with Cette Rosette Hair stylists, the or her own lunch. Camp Tee YMCA on Lake Placid. The .
new French beauty salon at 6131 N.W. 7th Avenue. Shirts will be available at Carver Branch will be at-

Miss Rosette, owner of Cette Rosette Hair stylists, an extra costAbsolutely tending camp at this period, Model Roz Hill is wearing a Mr. Bond "Instant
is fine I have seen no registrationfor August 22 28, 1965, but Beauty" Wig in a casual,
hair
sold: "Tawana's styling as as any the first period will be ac- the will be for summer bob. This "Instant
camp open any
anywhere, including the salons of Paris. I'm certainly en- cepted after noon on Satur- registration. Mr. Smith is Beauty" Wig has been perfectly shaped to the natural
laying meeting Tawana's clients and I hope that all of day. The fee for boys and presently recruiting his staff. Roz's contours of the head,and has been designed to allow
hairline
Tawana's friends will soon pay us a visit." In view of greatly girls between the ages of six Applications for both pro- trim and own cool all summer.to show However in front., it would Roz will be look

increased business at Cette Rosette, Rosette suggestedthat and twelve years is $5.50perweek spective workers and campers for Roz to "dress up" this wig and be the "belle easy of
for members and $6.00 may be picked up at the the "
should be made with Tawana or the other ball!
appointments for non-members in the city Branch or will be mailed on .
fine beauticians, Dallas and Minerva. Call 7598805. area. There will be no pickup request. .4,
or delivery services. The


KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

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CLOSE 76th GRAND LODGEThe

I 70th annual Grand When the delegationfrom
of the Knights oiPytnias Miami rpturnta
Lodge
and Granu Court\ they brought good news
\ Calanthe of Florida was of Bro. Sessions and his
AT LAST'"V held at Daytona Beach loving wife. Mrs, Sessions
May 16-19. The representatives keeps the lodge and court

,. : : I from Gleam 01 well .Informed of his pro-
: Hope Lodge No. 18 were gress.It
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':; 1 ,(t Sharpe and Sir Luther munity that Bro Sessions
t :>f1"I..! : '.."' .. : ; I Hudson from Lily of i.._ will soon return home.
\,. ;,< ,,,,,i">, '& The 76th annual ses-
: I Valley. 58;Court Mrs.of Sarah CalantheNo. D. sion of the Grand Lodge
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Belle and Miss Shirley
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CETTE ROSETTE I Anderson. most successful session In

t I After attending Memo- the past 12 years. Thanksto
; rial Service on Sunday, the hospitality of the
I : HAIRSTYLISTS I May 16 Sir Lonnie Sessions Lodge Beach.and Court of Day-
was stricken with a tona
The Grand Lodcfc of
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eight boys to college
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t cette nom; PROUDLY r meetings. He wilt
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AWAITED ARRIVAL OF OUR SUPERB : have to remain there for
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work in the communitiesin
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acknowledgement
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.Ij .. / and HAIRPIECES :'r (I a delegation donation of of the$118.Grand The strong will and continue do good to work grow

.k /J; : ': $,. (I Lodge joined together in for the betterment of
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M"' :" !': ," BY MR. BOND MODELS
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SANDY SAYS I'


"Two heads of hair art ,
: t ,;
better than one. I t i-,1
The hair stylists in our ;" ,/'

wig salons receive many requests k' rk
for a hair style "justfor ..YE
me" or "something different I E Sd, w
d
." Our stylists encourage -
you to be bold and

adventuresome.Have td\. .
you always had a .
dream style in mind. But you *t J.J ,. ,
simply aren't daring enough to try it with your own tR l.
hair or perhaps it wouldn't be manageable with your ;..., ...,,+t ., '4 a104TH \j j _
hair: It might require cutting or thinning, with the advent ,. ';"
of the wig, nothing's impossible. Now you can
copy of your favorite film star in her most recent movie'or ,.
be in Vogue with the latest styles right from Paris. ,'
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One month you might choose an upsweep and next ,
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month back to a flip. \

f And of course the same holds true with color. j
DON'T THINK THAT YOU MUST ALWAYS MATCH

YOUR OWN HAIR. Think of your wig as. a "fashion
item" an essential part of your wardrobe. Think of t r
highlighting your skin tones; think of blending a new
shades of make-up, new colors in your wardrobe.
Think of glamour and you will be glamourous. As the The Williams Brothers and Sister Club will celebrateits

old saying goes, "Two heads are better than one". 23rd Anniversary on Sunday, June 13 at the Apostle
j and, the only thing better than two heads is three! BIRTHDAYJ.
Rox Hill, one of a team of professional Mr. Bond Faith Church, 1011 N.W. 5th St., Ft. Lauderdale. Elder

Models conducts the Beauty Social that has become W. Broome is sharing a birthday with his mother, Cobb is the pastor.A .
such popular evening and week-end entertainment. Mrs. Shug Broome who is 104 years old. Mrs. Broome livesat special program will be presented at 3 p.ii. and the

Either at home or at an organizational meeting a 2460 Melrose Ave. S. in St. Petersburg. public is invited.

Mr. Bond Model conducts a program that reveals the She is still active and boasts of no aches or pains, Shown in the picture are members of the club: Nelson
She has been
beauty secrets. trained in proper use of
cosmetics, the secrets of make-up, how to walk, sit lust old age. Mr. Broome also had a recent birthday. He Williams, vice president; Alton Williams, Milton Williams,

and stand. A private beauty consultation can also be lives at 2441 N.W. 154th St., Opa Locka. Silvia Williams, Julian Williams, secretary; J. J. Williams,
arranged with a Mr Bond Model. To arrange a Beauty president.
Social or a private consultation call 759-2482. If the

model's schedule is overcrowded at present an eve- HEW Florida
ning will be arranged in the near future A Beauty Investigates Our Classifieds
Social or private consultation is a free public service Try
of Wigs By Mr. Bond.Mr. .
Hospitals Bias ChargedTeams
Bond's personnel director is always on the ;

lookout for top flight beauticians and models; call ,
759-2482 and ask for Mr. Palmer. The Lavender Salonis from the Department nounced Florida will that continue branches to visit in
located at 1552 N.W. 54th Street. Salon hours are: of Health Education and Welfare JET TV CLINIC
hospitals to insure that thereis
in Florida during the
10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Note: were
continued and
compliance
Correction: Call Olive Ware, Richmond Heights at past two weeks looking through that hospital administrationsdo

CE 86683. hospitals Haven, Lakeland in Tampa, Bradet, Winter not back slide in their HOME SERVICE CALLS $1.00

Mr. Bond has lovely friends, Clearwater, Dunedin, Orlando, programming. Day or Night
"Some hospitals visited
Melbourne Vero Beach, West
Both old and
new were still segregated when the w. 5rrice All Make .fHIFI's
Palm Beach and other cities,
Here are gre etings to a few: teams arrived," Pearson said.
for evidence of racial discrimination and STEREOSWe
He mentioned two on Florida's
Verna Addison I Margl Baker, Queen Clark, Willie and segregation.The .
"You don't desegregate
I West Coast. Aleo Peat
follow
i Mae Campbell, Ruby J. Emanuel Beatrice Hankerson, investigations four walls and then
Sunnie Quinn, Louise Smith, Dorothy White, Emily charges made by NAACP continue to operate a segre TV' by the week or month
units in the state that hos-
Mathews, Ethel Larrimore, and Ethel McIntosh
pitals were practicing discri- gated institution within the

Jimmie Walker was hostess to twenty ladies at aft mination of patients because walls," he said.
Pearson concluded that WN.W.2nd AVENUEPhone
Beauty Social conducted by Roz Hill. The girls were of race in violation of Title
treated to a demonstration facial by Mr. Hill and Six of the 1964 Civil Rights one branch had reported pressure
was being applied to FR 42044D
r also a demonstration on charm and poise. Act. Millions of dollars in.'
$ U federal funds could be with- force the withdrawal of its
HI complaint. "We definitely will
1"N. 1 1 I -: held if hospitals are found to
not withdraw a compliant unless -
be in non-compliance with the
law as charged by the NAACP. there is good faith com . . . e . . . .
pliance. We mean full com-
Keep Our City Clean SOME PROGRESS SEEN pliance with the law." e I


"Stating that the NAACP

does no want to see funds YEAR'S BEST HOME WASH.AVE MIAMI BOJ.531-6105 "
1 withheld arbitrarily," Rut- e.ee.eee.eee. . .
ledge II. Pearson, State Con BUYS SEE BACKPAGE

ference President, speaking NEXT WEEK, ON STAGE ; .
HELD OVER for all of the branches in
FINAL Florida said: "However, the IN PEI N ; '' -- ;
WEEK 11
OAIVE IN THEATRE rights of citizens to be admitted LLyii'
to hospitals like other MALE
patients without discrimination 's PLUS STAR
based on race, is more important DRIVER DELIVERY '6/Rs ; STUDED EXOTIC _' '

<< If you think you're cooing doubleHou'ra dollars."than the millions of LABORERS PORTER REVUE ;

"In some hospitals," he BUSBOY DISHWASHER NEW 6 ti1E
: righti!
reported, "inside sources said
FEMALE IAIINEE l0 OMlo
that almost at the last minute, /
2 S S1. : : Negro and white patients were DAY STEADY show coNrl2 Z
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/'iE : :< semi-private integrated into rooms wards, just two and DOMESTICSCheck s FRI sar oAILY

...... .: ...>'.: ./: j1\ ., or three days before the our many listings. . . . . . . .
of investigators ar
: teams rived. This progress, even if No Registration Fee
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;If:j it was brought aboutbecauseof
NORTH DADEEMPLOYMENT
: the threat of government investigation -
brought on b)

N AAC P complaints." 362 N.E. 167th Street
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.. TRANSFIGURATIONFather REVIVAL AT NEWPHILADELPHIA CHRISTIAN BAPTIST

Elisha S. Clark, Jr. CHURCH

Vicar BAPTISTThe Rev. Otis Williams pastor

On last Sunday duringthe revival is still in full Mrs. Iva Smith, Reporter

i hospitality: hour Ead at New Philadelphia Located on the cornerof I
sway
ron Andrews, 1965 grad Missionary Baptist Church.We N. W. 47th Terr. and

r uate and church girl, who are truly witnessing great 19th Ave. The Liberty

r N l also rank third scholastically preaching by the Rev. W. F. Choir's Union will con- Grace Presbyterian

in her class intro- Missionary here Sunday June 13
Tanner of St. Mary's vene Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor
Church of God in k duced our special guests, Baptist Church, Coral at 3:00: p. m.Everyone .
Invited. This Sunday morningwe
some of the 1965 North Gables Fla. is

Christ HoldsSuccessful Dade Senior high school The;expectation is high for The President and mem- will have baptism and

graduates and Principal, even greater things to happenin bers of the Union wishesto confrma tion. The mes-

Meet Mr. Charles D. Wyche. this new community, which thank the many friends sage will be from Zecha-

Richard Miller, the Sal- has only recently opened up. and visitors that helpedto riah 8:5: "And the

We the officers and utatorian of this class! is The church is putting forth a make our program of streets shall be full of

members of Dukes Temple one of our boys. We special effort to reach the un- May 9th a success. Your boys and girls playing."

take time out to thank MARY CARSONGREATER are very proud of this saved, and it would like for presence was greatly ap- As we observe Children'sDay

church and class for our church wilj the residents of the area to preciated. We also wel- our topic will UP: :
each pastor
BETHEL be graduating 11 girls think of New Philadelphia as come the Choir's that "The Christian Life and
friends fora
and our many and boys. The 3rd Battalion were inspired enough to Children at Play."
13 Is their community church, so
June
wonderful district Sunday Greater of the Cadet Corp of come out and support your reinstate their member- The Sunday School will
Youth at
meeting which was held Day Theprogram St. Andrew's of the DIo- community church in this re- ship. present the Sunday even-

In Hollywood May 20 to bethel In Opa-locka. cese of South Florida, vival. The revival started The Choirs of the Un- Ing devotional program.

:.SO. We feel that our district committee has this which Is the boys of the Monday night, June 7 and will ion are planning another Elder Fred Miller and
all out to make
ml lon'lry. Mrs. the gone best In the Transfiguration and last until June 18. The churchis Inspiring and spiritual Rev. Savoy spent three

MriHip' Moss on hp"* flag of program Greater Bethel. Friends will] he duly Installed located at 420 N.W. 40thSt. program will you please days this week at the

which \vas Fr'dav' WPS nt history on Sunday June Prayer meeting starts each i I come out and witness this annual Synod meeting at

hpr he?*. The morning speakerwill 13 at the 10:45: a. m. Mass. evening at 7 p.m. great program? Guests the Florida Presbyterian

As our meeting came to be Miss Mary Carson, Mr. Troy Wynn. Bat- Rev. William Washingtonis will be Mrs. Martha of College In St. Petersburg.

its close Sunday our pas- valedictorian of the 1964 talion Leader. Boys in the pastor. New Mt. Moriah Baptist Remember: Come and

tor, Elder W. H. Grace graduating class of North Rank: Lieutenant, God- Church M. C. and Choir worship with us at Grace.
Dade School and a ST. LUKE M. B.
the district superintendent High frey Taylor; Corporal No. 1 of Christian Baptist
brought annual student at Miami Dade Elisha S. Clark, 111. I n 1790 N. W. 55th St. Church. ST. MARY'S W. M.
message
College.At Rev. P. W. Williams,
our Corp there are 13
frm this subject "Let the Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor
Church Pass," the church the evening service boys. 'Episcopalian and pastor MCGHANEY SPEAKS Dorothy Major, reporter
they will present a play non-Episcopalian. If Bunesba Green reporterThe
:and district loin us: in any Sunday, .Tune 13, o u r
saying that this was a asking, "Where will you one Interested in v o u r men of St. Luke In my work meet a children will observe

master piece adding also spend eternity Heavenor boys becoming a memberthe will observe their annual lot of people. Some are Children's Day. Theophl-

that a big big welcome Hell?" They Invite ages are 7-16. Meeting Men Day Sunday, June very Iterestlng to talk to lus Adderly will be the

awaits you at our church everyone to come out and every other Saturday 27 1965. Every effort Is and some oh well, I speaker for the day. The

and services. witness their Youth Day from 1 to 4 p.m. at the being made to make thisa guess everybody are not Elks Lodge will be wor-

Mrs. E. Flowers, reporter activities. Miss Joyce Church. ir 2HO N. W. 19th great day. They have the same. But hwoever I shipping with us June 13

Elder W. H. Grace, pastor Cowns is program chair- Ave. For nil information selected two of our lead- sometimes get a lot of at our morning service.At .
man. Miss Adalaide Le- pleKP l rail: 085-2001! or Ing Ministers for the day: good spirit frim listeningto four Junior

varity and Eddie Thomasare rJH- 303. The Rev. J. E. Jenkins, some of them. p.mour -
TEMPLE BAPTISTThe chairman and co- The church's Annual Pastor of the FriendshipM. Choir will sponsor a
Youth Boat Ride will The most typcal fami- program in behalf of raising
chairman
No. 1 choir will of Day. he on Fri B. Church will be the
Let us give these young day. June 25th 196.". You morning speaker. The ly of the week that I monev for their robes.
sponsor an age rally 8 June 20 will he Father'sDav.
wholehearted will have the talked with was RobertD. :
people our joy of your Rev. W. M. Davis Pastorof
o'clock tonight (Friday)
support. life on the three Decker The First Baptist Ferguson of 15931 NW A untnue program
at the cnurcn. All are in- It Is will he rendered in behalf -
Dream Boat Church of Brownsville 17th St., Opa-locka.

vited. Get your tickets from will be the evening speak always a pleasure to taykto of Fathers. The public -
The Sunday School of them.I I Is always welcome to
church any
NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. anv member or er. Members visitors,
continues Us* dinner saleson W E. filmms. call the Boat Ride chairman the worship wth us.
Saturday at the homeof pastorA. Christian friends, your find that prayer is
Mrs. Eva Gibson, 1838 L. Stephens reporterWe : Mr. James Luoas; at spiritual and financial key to unlock any door FRIENDSHIPRev. ---

NW 5th Place. Serving begins had an enjoyabletime 681-9G12. support will be highly ap- and also to soften most J. E. Jenkins
at high noon. throghout the dayon preciated. Deacon Floyd: any heart. If we try look- pastor
last Sunday. Our pas- BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMiss Davis and Brother Herbert ing for the food side of Ruhy Lee Carr reporter

The Pulpit Aid Board tor delivered both mes- Olive Alexander Ammons, chairmen. things we will find hap- Sunday our pastor was

Mrs. M. E. Stevens, pres- sages. Executive Drector of the --- py and peaceful living at his Vest preaching out

dent.. will sponsor a tea There are many com- James E. Scott Community MT. CALVARY M. B. within and: without. of his soul like good old

Sunday. 3:30: p.m. at the ing events in the making Association! will speakat < 1012 N.V.. Dth Ct. time revival.
home of Mrs. Eva Gibson. Thought for the week: Sunday June 13 at the
for this month. Plan to the Bnha'l annual observation Rev. S. Atchison Pastor
Seek for good, and you home
The social commitee for of Deacon and Sis.
of Race
attend them all. This i Unity Constance Carter
Men's Day, Deacon reporterA will find God for Fod is Booker Smart, 2010 NW
GeorgeE.
Saturday at the home of Day. to he held 1. p. m.
Hepburn chairman, Pre-Father's Day good So until another 53rd St. No. 1 UsherDoat'cJ
Sis. Daisy 11. Phillips the Sunday.< June 13: a* the
Program will be held on week. if God's will
will have tea on the No.l home will have its June
Usher Board will be of :Mrs. Lottie Sears,
June 13. The will
program thanks for reading. Tea. A
church cordial invitationis
ground from 3:30: 14620
selling dinners. Beginning Fillmore St.. Richmond -
to 5. Friends are invitedto be highlighted by many extended to all at this
at noon you may call OX Heights. Her subject .. talented men at Mt. Cal-

both affairs. 1-7298 for delivery. Donations will Me: un IlC'H Unity: vary, and the speaker will NEW MACEDONIA time.come You at are always wel-
our services.
100. We will be: Key to World] P" nc"."
Children's Day will be be Rev. Whitehead. Come to church, have
fittingly observed} at looking forward to your A basket picnic lunch 'Dinners will be on sale 3165 NW 56th St. your faith lifted.ANTIOCH .

Temple this Sunday. The attendance on the fourth will be held on this occas- on Sunday June 13. Many Rev. Roscoe Jackson,

new pulpit Bible a present Sunday afternoon from 4 ion. The public Is invited appetizing meals has been pastor BAPTIST

from the Deacons will be ionetta to 0 p.m.Tea.Sunday at our Fash- Bring vour lun"b. Spiritual planned and the price Is Willie J. Beard, reporter Rev. J. W. Stepherson

dedicated at 11 a.m. fond will hQ furnished only $1.There.
Services on last Sunday pastor
at 3
Choir
The entire family p.m. by the speaker. will be a Rattle The B. K.
Temple No. 1 invites to the were as usual. pas- Watkins reporter
you .
extends heartfelt sym Battle< of Songs at: the ----- of Songs In behalf of Wo tor, along with both The president of No. 2

pathy: to Mrs. Vernell Church. The Pall Bearers NEW PROVIDENCERev. men's Day, Tuesday June choirs and both usher choir and his group say
-
Strachnn and family on Charity Society No. C. J. Burney pastorSis. 15. Rev Ira McCall will boards were In charge. thanks to their many vis-

the death or their mother 100 will celebrate Its Claudia Wilson, clerk be the master of ceremon- itors and friends for helpIng -
anniversary afternoon at 3p.m.
and frnmlmther. Mrs.. L. this Sunday at The youth departmentof ies. Everyone Is invited to Sunday. the Sunday School to piake their anni-

Baseden. Greater New Bethel Ban- our church will celebrate these programs. will present its annual versary a grand success.

Men's Th v rhalrmen.} list Church Rev. W. K. Youth Day Sunday day exercises.Rev. June is Youth Month at
promotion
Brother Ed. Thompson Smith pastor. Our pas June 13. Our Miss Gwen- ANTIOCH BAPTIST Ross, the Sunday Antioch. June 13 Is Youth

Deacon R. Hepburn. with tor will bring the anni- dolyn Shelly will be our Rev. P. W. Wiggins, pastor School and Junior Churchof Day. The Rev. Randle

their captains: are asking: versary message and the morning speaker, and Powell New Sholoh will We In from St. Matthew will be
every member to "fall Youth Choir will render Rev. Isaiah S. Clarke Jr., Willie reporter of services. On guest speaker: at 11 a.m.
charge
In" and mike this year's song service. will be our evening sneak: The Pastor's Aid Club invite Sunday night after ser- Rev. J. D. Young of An-

effort the best yet. Deacon William Grant. er. Plan now to come and each and everyone out the vices, the Chosen Sons ot 7 tioch will be speaker at
chairman of our financial hear these two wonderful p.m. Come out and hear
second Sunday at 3 p.m. to help Miami and the Sunset these speakers.
drive is urging each speakers.The .
SALTERS CHAPELRev. enjoy this wonderful program. Travelers of Hallandalt
member to please make Baptism Saturday at 5
B.T.U.
DepartmentIs The No. 2 Usher Board will be featured In a musIcal -
your report not later than having a plrnlc on Virginia p.m. All candidates are
Anniver- In behalf ofMen's
13th
H. Benson pastor celebrates its program; asked to be
this Sunday night. 19. present.
Beach .Tune
Key ;
Flossie Marshall, reporterIn Sunday June 20 at 3 p.m. Day sponsored by
We sary Prayer meeting will begin
are happy third -
very which will be the
Board will the cochairman.On .
of the needed The Deaconess
spite that the following members Saturday In June. Bro. Wednesday June 9, at
rain Sunday morning are home from the Simmons! director. sponsor a pew rally Sunday next Sunday the 8 p.m. Revival will begin -
there was a lovely crowd June 27 at 3 p.m. June 14. The Rev.
hosnital: Sisters Rosa Lee Continue In 'or Deaconesses will observe J.
who gathered for com- Williams Thelma Brown the sick and visit prayer them. Revival is now in progress.L. their anniversary at 3 p.m. It!. Benton from Savan-
Alford from West Palm
munion service and also J. nah. Ga.
and Bro. Leroy Fail Let pastor of the
for Sunday School. Rev. us continue In prayer for MT. CARMEL BAPTIST Beach, revivalist.May Free Mt. Temple Baptist
continue to visit
Benson brought a very all of our members und we Begins Work in Church will be 'the evan-
powerful message when don't forget to visit with and pray for the sick and shut- gelist. If you miss these

everyone enjoyed, along the sick and shut-ins. The Louise McGriff. reporter in. services you will miss a
with our most welcome public I Is always wel- Rev. D. A. Bradley pastor AppointmentElder treat.

visitors. come to worship with us We have many ill mem- Matthew Temple A MB W. H Grace takes
1628 NW Dinners will he sale
Church on
bers. When we kneel to Zion
at all times.CIIUKCUES. at this time to
Don't forget Children's pray let's not forget to 5th Ave. will present pleasure the waiting Saturday: Call: 635-8329

Day sponsored by Mrs. !say a word for them. Rev. Hayward J. Benson Inform students that many were under for delivery. Barbecue on

Annie Gunter and Mrs. Sunday Is Children's Day. and congregation Sunday the lot sale Friday and Satur-
of e
Agnes Davis Sunday. OP CHRIST Our young people will he night, June 13 at 8:10.: the Elder training G. V. Rodgers as day night.

Coming soon will be our SCIENTIST on their duty. We are You are welcome and are instructor of Pilerlm Rest The Brownsville United
church annlversiarv on to out urged to come see and I,
asking you come
Assurance of God's care Vacation Bible School thn Choir Union is sponsoring -
the 3rd Sunday, and he with also let's hear this dynamic preach-
sponsored for all Is offered In the us. courses and studies will Bro. Ray and his Gos
Mrs. Agnes Davis not forget the third Sun- e r of God's gospel To
by June H a: pel Train Saturday night.
Bible Lesson entitled "God begin Monday
hear Rev. Benson prerchIs
We looking forwardto : day Is Father's Day. You
are
the Preserver of Man" Invitation to feel 7:30: p.m. at Duke June 12 at Antioch Baptist -
our many old friendson which will be heard at who have fathers don'tforget an of the Temple Church of Gal in 2700 NW 46th St. at
the Spirit
Holy
day. Mrs. Willie them and for
this Christian Science churchesthis pray Christ. 3130: North 22m'Ave. 8 p.m. Guest groups: Gol-
Mrs. Elouise those whose fathers have Lord as It moves you.
Thorpe, Sunday. board ., Hollywood. Fla. All! den Trumpets. Smiling
the
Sponsored by
Crawford are In the hos- gone on.Visitors. r.terested persons le Christian Science Socie-
of trustees.
pital. The most popular are alwavs welcome further Information\ pets and many others.
welcomes to attend Alexander Lucas Jr
.
ty you
ladies of the 'week are its service at 1600 remember the sick presidentRev. mav contact the In tr\lC'- Sympathy to our he-
Mrs. Emllv Benson and and shutlns. also those Grace MVcalllna
H
tor'F.1cIC'I'
W reaved. Getwell wishes to
NW 54th St. at 11 o'clock Daniel Pridgen. '
Mrs. Lucile McRae. Don'tforget each Sunday morning. who have lost their lov- pastor NE 1 f 6287 our sick and shut-ins
the sick. ed ones.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 11, 1965 11


Ambush Slaying of Negro Bugles GuestHousessan

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lepvty Sheriff, Creates New "I
A place, w. challenge you to find =
fension in Crisis-Torn Bogalusa Seeing Is bellevlrfg
The accommodations you receive

|_ A Negro deputy sheriff At least four persons were ;< .; :,/ '. ; You find only' In this brother
f shot to death last week, Injured and
was a total of 48 arrested ,, OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY ,
I apparently by white racists, in four days of scrim- "
I in a bold ambush near here. mages. 1' 2941+ N.W. 4TTU STREET 634-3861.
I The victim was identifiedas Mayor Jesse Cutrer
O'Neal Moore, who was banned all civil rights JAMAICA DUGIE.
shot in the head as he and marches by Negroes. The ,. Aiwa' a friend
his partner, Creed Rogers, Congress of Racial Equality ,..
drove along a highway just said it was going ahead J J "
I north of the city. Rogers was with plans to turn out as _
injured in the attack. many as 2,000 persons fora
Being held for murder in march on city hall. The EARL CARROLL
the brutal slaying was Ernis date and time has not been

lusa.R. McElveen, 41, of Boga set Among, however.other incidents of BURNEY ELECTED NATIONAL ALUMH PRESIDENTDr. NSURANCE AGENCY of FLAF!

Sheriff J. C. Knippers, of violence was the case of a Rlcfcord V. Moore president of Beth.e-Cook.aa -
,
Walthall County, Miss.,said white youth wearing a yellow
the suspect was arrested in plastic helmet walking College, is show cOIIgrahlotll' Harry L. Bvraey of Cres-
Tylertown, Miss., 25 miles beside a Negro picket and cent City epos kit election as National Al,.ni President.C. .
northeast of Bogalusa, and knocking him unconscious.State Anthony Portlock (left), executive eternal secretary and
was being held on a murder police, swinging night Jno. S. Frisk (center), post president, look on. 759-4603
charge. He refused to waive sticks, rushed into a crowdof
Oilier officers elected were Jones Keys,vice president;
extradition. whites,some of whom.were
Authorities said the Negro hurt in the encounter.Still Mrs. Louise B. Foster, national secretary; Nathaniel' Davis,
deputies were shot from a earlier, pipe and club- treasurer; Jno. S. Frisk, national parliamentarian; Rev. 4602 NW 7th Ave
truck that passed them near swinging whites sent a picket Tli MB at Soviets national cheplain.
the community of Varnado. to the hospital with severe A
They were hired by Sheriff head cuts. The pickets had

Negro Dorman areas.A. Crowe This movehad to patrol been of pushing public for facilities desegregation and Negro Astronaut Denies Bias ((1)) Has the state suspended your driver's license?

brought angry reaction from for equal job opportunities. ((2)) Have you been issued a warrant for 'failure to obtain
the Ku Klux Klan In the In Selma, Ala., police arrested in Space Program EliminationCHINA insurance after an accident?
area. 32 civil rights demon- ((3)) Must you file an SR.22?
The slaying brought add strators during a renewal of LAKE, Calif. ficatlons, but added:
ed tension to the Bogalusaarea. picketing at downtown (NPI) Capt. Edward J. "If he was not selected as CONTACT US IMMEDIATELY! WE CAN HELP YOU
stores. Twenty-two were under Dwight, Jr., In denying an astronaut, it does not
Earlier, mobs armed with 16 years of age,and were charges last week that he mean he was not qualified.It ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE
clubs and pipes attacked Negro turned over to the juvenile had been eliminated from the means that someone more
civil rights pickets and authorities, Mayor Joseph space program because of qualified was selected aheadof
Columbia. the town's main Smitherman said. his race as reported in a magazine him." SEE US FIRST' COMPARE OUR RATES
street, resembled a battlefield The 10 adults were jailedon article, said the story The statement stressed the
until police arrested 28 charges of violating the apparently has "some information fact that Capt. Dwight was South Florida's first fully integrated insurance
persons 15 whites and 13 state boycott law. Bondswere out of context." not the only one who did not
Negroes. set at $200 each. The denial by the nation's make the grade In the final agency.
first Negro to be picked for stage of training. TOP RATED
astronaut training, gave rise Only seven of the 26 Air COMPANIES
100 Summer Scholarships to the observation In certain Force nominees were accepted Remember when you buy a home you can callon
quarters that the "hue and and only 14 of a total of us to write insurance
cry" was years behind the 136 applicants had been accepted your
Available at Miami Dade initiation of the space pro for manned space-
gram. flight training by the space Auto InsuranceSR22's
Captain Dwight flew into agency.
Junior CollegeA the naval air test station here .
after a charge that he had filed
$32,000 summer schol- these youngsters who been dropped from the space YEAR'S BEST HOME I
arship-work program for have proved they are col- program had been widely BUYS. SEE BACK Monthly Financing AvailableWOOiWOTH'S
100 Dade high school lege material a chance to publicized.The .
graduates who, are aca- get into college owl meet story first appeared in PAGE NEXT WEEK.
demically superior but in the challenge of college- Ebony magazine publishedin
nee d of financial help level competition. and to Chicago. According to the
to attend college has been provide motivation for article, the Air Force captain,
authorized for Miami- them to continue their 31, had submitted a 15-page
Dade Junior :studies at the collece and
College. describing
the
report to Pentagon
}PresIdent Peter Masiko, university' level. :Masiko "racial pressure"against
. '., said.
Ii
announced today.To him during his train-
be known as Operation Student.; who get their
Ing.
College Headstart. "hejiMort" at Miami-
In to ,
an Inquiry
t the program will get un- Dade this summer \vll l he the response confirmed that
Pentagon
''li'iway at the beginning given the opportunity of
had received
(,1' the Summer Term continuing there this fall Capt. Dwight
.' no 18. Eligible candi under work-study arrangements another assignment but did
not touch on the charge of
(dates will meet for preliminary If they desire -
orlentaton at the to do so. Masiko said. racial pressure.
allege at 9 a.m. Monday, He noted however, that "Selections for special as-
'tune II those who wished to enter signments and training with LADIES' SUMMER -
Ito the Air Force are madewithout ,
Any 1905 graduate of a other colleges \ I
)Iwde County public or free to do so. regard to race, creed, I
private or parochial high Students who are qualified color or national origin," I
school who graduated in and wish to join the the reply said.According I
the top 5% of his or her college Headstart programare to spokesman
class, but who is financially asked to meet Mon- for the National Aeronautics
unaWe to continue into day at 9 a.m. In room 1300 and Space Administration, SHIFTSK
college is I eligible. Scott Hall. Miaml-D a d e it was against policy to discuss -
Primary aims of the Junior College, 11380 NW anv individual's quail-
)program are "to give 27th Ave.


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12 THE MCARD.IAMI TIMES, Friday, June 11, 1965

RANGE. ALBERT. RICHARDSONSamuel

MRS. LOTTIE BAS- Shelton Stevenson jMin- Murphy of 2120
DEN of 1824 NW 5th Ave. cey, 1142 NW. 2 Ave., NW 71st St died June 6.
-DEATHS passed away June 7 at ApI. No. 5. Funeral ser- Survivors are his wife,
her home. Mrs. Basden vices were conducted Sat- Sybil a son, Samuel J..
came to Miami from the urday 2 p.m. from the Mt. a step son, Sheppard
Bahamas in 1908 and had Zion Baptist Church Rev. Hudson. an aunt Mrs. Ida
lived in this area since E. T. Uranam, officiated. Bell Lee, a brother,
IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe that time. Survivors are nieces, nephews and oth-

family of the late three daughters, Vernell Noah Cook 26 S.W. 3 St., er relatives. Services
I In loving memory of our Strachan Blanche Thompson Deerfield Beach. Funeral Saturday at 3 p.m. from

dear husband, son, father and MRS. ANNA BOOKERof Sybil Johnson; a son services were conducted the chapel.
brother Willie Charles; seven Saturday 2 p.m. from the
4353 32nd Ave.
NW
.
children 16 Church of Christ. Hallan- JAMES ALFORD
grand ; great of
';
who life
this
on : .
departed
May 23 1965 wish to 'It' grands; a sister, Mrs. dale, Brother H. H. Wilson 1604A NW 4th Ave. was
Perlene Colebrook and a officiated killed in an automobile
thank the friends
many ,.. *
for their kindness duringher ,,; .. brother, Bruce Fernan- accident In West Palm
,' Tar illness and for '." dez. Services Monday at John Hampton, Jr., 2737 Beach June 7. He is sur-
pathy cards letters and sym- 3 p-m. at St. Agnes Epis- N.W. 50 st. Funeral ser- vived by his wife Peggy,
kind deeds after her death copal Church. Father vices were conducted Sat- a host of other relatives.

F'"uA Mary E. Mayfield. niece Sands officiating. urday 4:30: p.m. from the Arrangements are incom-
1122 Carver Ave. Liberty City Chapel. plete.
Virginia Beach Va. .. WILLIAM WILSON of *
Mrs. Gertrude Lattimore 2090 Wilmington St., Opa- John Wllburn 1119 N.W. GEORGE MOTEN of
friend locka passed away at the 58 Terr.. died May 28. 111 NW 16th St., apt. 5,
:3160 NW 44th Street Veterans Hospital. He has Services will be Saturday died at home June 9.
Miami, Fla. lived here for 27 years. 3 p.m. from the Liberty Survivors include his wife
Survivors are his wife City Chapel. Survivors Minera. Services Satur-

CARD OF THANKSThe Rev. Amos, Amerlcus a son. Willie are wife. 1 daughter 7 day at 11 a.m. from St.
-" L. Wilson; a daughter 'grandchildren, 1 Aunt. John Baptist Church.
LBE-RT family of the late, Mrs. Carrie Bell Roper; *
SMITH, JR. Williams Dies
t THEADORE FLUNORYwish two sisters Selena Jack- Ever Lee Polloack 653 Mrs. Carrie Simonton
who departed this life June to thank all the son and Edna Thomas; N.W. 22 St. Funeral ser- of Kendall Senior Citizens -
In
15, 1964. friends and neighbors for DaniaThe two l:1roth: rs, Lonnie and vices were held Monday Home died June 5.
Gone, but not forgotten. Your your kindness during our Rev. Amos Williams Seymore Wilson; ten 4:30: p.m. from the Liberty Her survivors are many
memories still linger withus. grand children. Service City Chapel. Survivors
bereavement especiallythe who resided at 414 SW friends In Miami. Ar-
May your soul rest in House of Albert and 2nd Terrace. Dania died and final rites will be are Father, 6 Uncles 5 rangements are Incom-
r peace from this world of con Jollette held in Millen, Ga. Aunts.
Social Club. plete.
fusion. Sunday, June 6 at 3:45: .
a a
Blanche Flunory He is survived by
p.m.
Shirleye Smith wife Theadore Jr. his wife. Estelle Wil- James Goodwin, 1830 N.W.
Louise Smith mother Joseph Earnest and 2 Ct., was shipped Friday
Al Sheree, Albert III, Kenneth Margueritta Thompsonof liams and children. Ser- 9:30: p.m. to Fitzgerald brother one sister. Ser-
,
vice will he held at St. vices 1
Saturday at
children. Daisy Dixon Los Angeles i Ga.. for final rites and p.m.
Ruth Baptist Church, Mt. Sinai Church
Juanita Wright sisters; William *yy burial. Baptist
l Smith and Rev. 0. Mc- CARD OF THANKSWe 145 NW 5th Ave. in Dania *

Phee brothers and a host of the family of t h s The Rev. body WC will Edgar lie, pastor In repose Annie Lep Jackson; 18408 Joe Long Burch 6340 NW
nieces and Homestead 21 Ave., died June 8. Arrangements
nephews. MRS. 1SADORE TYNES in the Mizell Funeral Ave., Perrine. -
wish to thank the neigh- Phone until funeral died June 1. Services were are Incom-
CARD OF THANKS
bars of 70th St. and time on Saturday, June conducted Tuesday 2 p.m. plete.
t
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The family of the late friends for cards, floral 12 at 2 p.m. from the Hurst Chapel
A.M.E. Infant Lashell Demerit-
pieces and donations Survivors \rP. 1 :
LOUIS MYRIE Thanks to the Rev. L. sister, 2 Nieces. 7 Nephews te Stephens- 16020 N. W.
A. Thompson of Temple IN MEMORIAMIn r 1 sister-in-law. 22 Ave., Opa-Locka died
who departed this life on May Baptist Church and the loving oft June 4. Services were

31, 1965 wish to thank the ushers and deacons; the memory Anthony Johnson. 2290 from the Liberty City
many friends for their kind- Rev. W. F. Savoy of 4'1 Service Rd., Opa-Locka, Chapel, Survivors are:
ness of visitations cards of Grace Presbyterian died June 4. Services'will' parents. two sisters tWo ,
condolences floral sprays Church; the Rev. Ernest be'conducted Friday' 4 brothers. Grandparents; 2
and telegrams during their Williams and the Ways P-m.: from the Opa-Locka, Uncles,. 3Thank Itruhts..
hours of bereavement.Mrs. and Means Committee of Chapel. Remains will be

New Bethel Baptist MRS. MATTIE LEE, of sent to Morgan, Ga. for You '.
Bloneva Myrie, wife Church and the Indepen- 582 NW 21st Terr. passed final rites and burial.
Miss Althea Myrie daughterMrs. dent Life Insurance!; Co. away June 9- Mrs. Lee Survivors are wife 3 Mrs. Rosa Harvey,
Eugenee Emerson "Special" thanks to Mrs. had lived In Miami since daughters 3 sons Father, chairman and Mrs. Novella -
daughter A. Range and the Range t 1919. She Is survived by a 2 sisters 3 brothers and 2 Kendrick co-chairman

AM iss Ruby Myrie daughterDr. Funeral Home. son, Grady; three daughters Rosa Foreman and Mrs. of the fourth annualWoman's

Burton Myrie son The Family ; I Itrs. Eva Taylor Pearl Eleanor Sowell. Day at Greater
St. Luke Primitive Bap-
Kendrick and Henrietta
_,
tist Church wish to thank
John Gorman 2235 W. 6th 1
Thank You ;\ Annie Green; 19 grand children;
Mae Green the
Ct., Hialeah. captains speakers,
IN MEMORIAMIn 63 great grands; two died June 7.
Dear Friends. who departed this life great great grands. Ser- Survivors are wife Rosa. members and friends for
memory of our dear loved I wish to thank each of June 8. 1962. vices will be held Satur- Services will] be Saturday making this day a suc-

one who departed this. life you for your many acts loved You are not forgotten day, June 12 3 p.m. at St. In the Liberty City Chap- cess. We also wish to
June 10, 1964. of thoughtfulness duringmy one nor will you Paul AME Church. Rev. el. 4 p.m. thank the sneaker and
recent illness. You ever be as long as life Kelly all who took part in
OSCAR SPENCER have no idea the happi- and memory last we will pastor. Joe Bruton 1854 N.W. 68 making our annual Cal-

Though you are gone, you ness your flowers cards remember your loving Little Deborah Coachman Terr., died June 8. Sur- endar Tea a success
shall never be forgotten.Mrs. and telephone c all l l s smile, your gentle face. daughter of Mr.- vivors are wife, Mary, 1 which also was held In
hrou ht me. I wish to No one can fill your and Mrs. Edward Coach- daughter, 2 grandsons, 1 May.
Addle Spencer wife mention the members of vacant place. Gone but
Mrs. Mary Spencer, mother the W. A. Chapman Board not forgotten. May she man passed away June 4.
George and Gilbert Spencer, and the Pulpit Aid Boardof rest In peace. Services held Wednesday.
brothers(Cleve landOhio) Greater Bethel AME Mrs. Annie Laurie 1, Cittroht; LItmortnl: ; 'ark

Judith Miles goddaughter and the Phyllis Wheatley' Mapp, daughter
C1U1.lI'rV} ;, God bless each Richard D. Mims, THE INCARNATION HAS PrtiittmMt plots I of 8 ,ran spaces or loss
CARD OF THANKSThe of you. grands ALSO (..to'iato i siialo
R""'. Earl:' Hackett, vicar aravt s .a c. httraot
Sincerely, And five great grand Boxes and vaults permitted
family of the late Rev. H. E. S. Reeves
Margaret Adderly childrenMETROPOLITAN assistant Wo Ire sot Ml aid wo art till doing bisbois00o .

: REV. ALBERT JONES Thank YouI Trinity Sunday June 13 six Jays a wood to serve yet

) who passed February 4, 7:30.: Mass and ser Commonly, known .. D.. Ph.,,'. C.m.t.ry

1965 in El Paso Texas wish to thank Rev. E. On last Sunday along mon; 9:30: Sunday School. 861. KH 46TH STREET .NEHU7.
and was laid to rest Feb- T. Graham and Mt. Zion with the Introduction of
uary 13. 1965 here in Miami Baptist Church neighbors visitors the graduating Children's Confirmationclass E. Johnson, Manager Home phonoi OX 1.9199

wish to take this i friends and well wishers students of the church ; Bible Class at Vic-
method of thanking their for cards prayers dona- were acknowledged and arage; 11 a.m. Choral
many friends for all act dons? and all other acts also the return of Miss Mass and sermon; 7:30: 4
and deeds 'of kindness of kindness during my Carleton Marshall and p.m. Evensong and
shown in our hour of sor- recent opet'atton. May Lawrence Long who are sermon.
t row. A !special; thanks to God bless all of you. home from college. Sunday will] be United i
Bishop W. F. Ball the Marion Lovings The visitors were Sis. Thank Offering Day for

Florida Beason Sis. Rivers Sis. women of the church.
Thank YouThe MsFee and Mrs. Francis heir offerins!' (blue envelopes I
and Dr. W. B. Coffev for Williams. ) will be present- \
such a strengthening family of the Intp. son ed IK the main ser !
;. eulogy also Rev. S. A. ETHEL: CREDDTLE: On Tuesday night, June vice.Plans
Cousin officers 15 our own pastor' will are
and mem- wish! to exnress the I complete for
r deliver the evening ser- air
bers of Greater Bethel heartfelt thanks conditioning our
to Rev.
AME Church. The entire C. J. Burnev, all auxlllnries mon at the annual Sunday church and work should .
staff of the Richardson and members School Convention to be begin during this week. l
Funeral Home and to all Providence B of I New held at St. Paul AME There still remain some THOUGHTFULBEAUTIFUL ,
a pt !s i; t
who shared In any way Church, the Church. The combined work to be done in and
our sorrows. Many, many and friends who neighbor showed ;choirs will sing and also around the church and SERVICESOur
thanks. Again and again their kindness the combined usher some men are needed to I
thank you. in and sympathy boards will serve. assst our never tiring ability and desire to
so
many ways!;
Mrs. Ella Jones, wife during our hour of sor- All members are urgedto vicar see or call him ""; carry out your wishes, together -
And The Jones FamilyIN row. Thanks to the House come out and support for further information. '
of Albert for their service your church and bring a Phone 635-5607. ,. with our experience,
MEMORIAMIn rendered. friend along with you. I service
that
Next mean a is
!sad: but loving mem- on We you.pray God's: hlesslns kindergarten Sunday afternoonthe will hold Notice I conducted with beauty and
of mother and
ory our The Whitlow and its graduating exercisesand Girl Scout Troop 409 I t
grandmother. Creddile Famlilies baby contest.Immedately under the leadership of k'zI understanding] comfort.

MARY .JANE PINKNEYwho follovvng Mrs. E. Jones and Mrs. I

Rev. Pinder DiesThe there will be a social tea M. Fields will be celebra- V v
departed this life for the benefit of the SUn- ting the beginning of Its

June 12 1963. Rev. D. A. Plnder. day School Everyone is 6th active year; on July "My Father in Heaven,.help/
When the breath of ,life Is
founder of Friendship cordially Invited to attend. 11 at 8 p.m. The guest !. -' ). me never to forget Thy love
flown Baptist Church Hallan- sneaker will be Miss Leah ., looks/ to in the
up me
When the grave must dale. and its for 'Slmms I who i l.s an active C'
claim Its own, more than 40 years pastor died 409er. There will also be -- \ beauty of the flower ."
Lord of life be ours Thy John Henry Jowett
on Wednesday. Services YEAR'S BEST HOME an official bridging to
crown will be held Saturday 2 senior scouting by members
Life for evermore. p.m., in Hallandale.He BUYS SEE BACK PAGE of Cadet Troop 480. Oscar L. Range
Vivllora P. Gainey,
survived leader Miss Jones and 377
Is by his NEXT WEEK.
daughterWillbert and whose leader Is Mrs. : ; Funeral
I). Gainey, wife two sons a Home
number of other relatives Myrtle Bullard.
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FOR RENT FOR RENT

: : : i : : ROOM in private home for Downtown Area. 1 bedroom
CLASSIFIEDFOR" CI : u nice middle age man, turn. apt. All utilities. 17.00 Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
': :: : ': ; i : 1473 NW 70 St. 691-0425. Mickins Rental Agency. NE
: ..... ', 4-0500. "MR. JACK"FOR
NICE, CLEAN rooms. Indf
Kitchen privileges $8-$10 STYLES FOR ALL AGES
SALE3BEDROOM FOR SALE week; hot water, fencedin Opa Locka Area. 2 bedroom
yard. 1817 NW 5th Ct. turn apt. $25, 1 bedroom furn. The Very Latest in MeD" Fashions
CBS NEW DUPLEX in Coco- <63'1-3177. apt. $21. All utilities. Call SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
1901 NW 93rd St. Open nut G r o v e, 2-bedroom Mickins Rental Agency,
Sunday 3 to 5. Fenced each unit. One side now i CLEAN ROOMS. Hot and 681-8213.. ITALIAN SHOES
yard air conditioned, rented for $100 a month. ,cold water, kitchen priv- Indf 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida
large living room, Fla. Call builder, 444-5470. ]ileges, also 3-room house, LOVELY SMALL house.
room. Modern kitchen. 'clean hot water heater, beautiful yard, fenced
Total $13.000. Only $350 BRAND NEW!! Luxury Cbs fenced in. Low rent. 1817 Nice for couple. $20 per
down FHA terms, A. 'homes, 1965 models, 3bedN; W 5 Ct. 6343177.RESIDENTIAL week, will sell $100 down,
Ben-Korl Realtor anytime 'room, 2 bath, Fla. room, built- also larger house. $22.
751-2243. in stove, oven. Open for inspection last In
j Sunday 1-6 home, Don't miss this.i NE Biys TIWI41L "
p.m. 1131 '3-bedrooms j a Iou s i e 5-5566 '
NW
NO QUALIFYING ] 75 St. Don't miss to see
porch hot water call
'them. Fenster Realty, Broker,
Drive by 2109 NW 89th 634-9925.
St. 3-bedroom CBS, awnings PL 9-8779. BEDROOM DUPLEX OPEN SUNDAY H COME SEE

only $495 down 4-BEDROOM ATTRACTIVE furnished FLORIDA
CBS ROOM
Total $5,450 this is a good lot FHA only StfOO down.large rooms, cool, in quiet 2299 N.W. 90TH STREETCBS
buy, it beats paying rent, neighborhood cooking no
Location 15750 NW 18 PI. Furnished $25 wk.
move right in. A. Ben- Drive bv then call Fen- extra charge. From $7 up. comer beauty, 2 or 3 bedrooms, Fla room, garage.
751-2243.Kori, Realtor, anytime, ster Realty Broker, PI 9-2665.Inquire room 7, call JunlS PL Next to school. $400 down, $12,000 FHA. No closing costs.

9-8779. 6670 N.W. 4th Ave. -- 0-

2-BEDROOM, 2 BATH 2-RET>ROO\f. Fla. room, NEW 2-BEDROOM house Phone: FR 7.1890 $1748 H.W. 89TH TERRACE
CBS Doll House. This is Jncl. stove and refrleera- i in Coconut Grove. Large

such a doll house only tor carnorte, fenced room. $100 a month. HI Apt. open 1.5 p.m. Nice CBS, 2 bedrooms, dining room, carport, appli-
$11,000 total pay only awning. )aiw home. 4-5470.
fiO Saturday
$350 down and $78 month ft. Int. CBS. FHA anprnv- onces. Fenced. $350 down, $11,500 FHA. No closing

pays all. Ideal for a erl. $350 down, total price 1765 NW 43 St. 1-bedroom,; costs.
working couple. Nice, 11000. Owner pays cloning furnished apt. $20 a wk. -- 0-
large carporte, ideal for Security deposit requir VACANT
costs nice area. Drjyp
barbecues. A. Ben-Kori, bv anytime. 1811 NW 82 ed. 633-2891 Reliable DENTAL OFFICE PASS BY THEN COME TO SHELL
Realtor, anytime 751-2243. St. Funster Realty, Rental 2020 NW 62 St.
er PL 9-8779. Brok- 2116 NW 42 St. unfurnished. Doctor or Dentist Needed 1732 N.W. 81st St., CBS, 4 bedroom, carport, many

LARGE 2-BEDROOM $13 week.3BEDROOM. txtros. $350 down, $11,000 FHA. No closing costs.
Drive by 1800 NW CORNER DOUBLE LOT!! 3- 5818 NW 12th AVE.
,bedroom home CBS plus swimming -
-
porches 85th St., very 2-car large garage and 2 pool. Lovely location big church.house Will paintto nextto Portioned sinks etc. 8444 N.W. 14* Ct., CBS, 3 bedlam, W} barb, carport.

very clean property. Total -, ,near buses school, shopping suit tenant. Reasonablerent To Inspect, call owners $350 down, $11,500 FHA. No closing costs.
off NW and
center 36 St. 17
to
right adults
345
9.500,
only $300
-- 0-
down. FHA terms, good !Ave. FHA $500 down. Call us NW 24 S:. 6357213.FURNISHED 754-4484
for large family. A. Ben- on this one. Fenster Realty NO QUALIFYING ON THE FOLLOWING
Broker PL 9-8779. CHILD' CARE
Kori 751-2243., Realtor, anytime. BRAND NEW! $495 down. duolex. 1448 NW 1-bedroom 39 St. Randolph Kindergarten Is 2163 N.W. 81st Terr., CBS, 4 bedroom, large lot.

Don't miss this great ,1 Call 757-1393. open months.fo"Pick the up and summer de- fenced. Only $10,500. $94 mouth pays all.

2-BHDROOM CBS opportunity to own a 3- livery. Hot meals Included. -- 0-
FOR SALEREPOSSESSION
Drive by 5745 NW 5th bedroom and 2 bath home Call Mrs. Jessie Ran- I 1925 N.W. 84th St., CBS, 2 bedroom, large kltd.en.Fenced. .
Ave Lovely yard Fla. for so little cash. We defy BAR- dolph, 691-7988 or Mrs. Only $9,800, $60 Month nays all.
,room. dinin room. large anyone to beat this deal. GAIN. 3-bedroom homeat Smith, 696-3248.
bedroom. Total $12.000. __-0--
Compare before you buy 1940 NW IMth St.
only $350 down FHA any house new or old. water. Call JE 16902.YEAR'S City. 2139 N.W. 87th St. CBS, 2 bedroom, appliances, many
terms. this is
really nice You buy direct from lar- HELP WANTEDCAB extras. Only $10,500. $48 month pays all.
see it, call me, A. Ben-
gest builders. No brokerage BEST HOME
Kori, Realtor '751-2243 DRIVERS. Apply at 0--

anytme Under commissions construction to at pay.the ,BUYS. SEE BACK PAGE[Society 21st St. Cab Office 269 NW COMER INCOME PROPERTY .

corner of 51st and 12th NEXT WEEK.
BRAND
bedrooms, NEW.$400 3 -and$450 4 Ave. Corner 55th St. and 2253 N.W. 41st St., on 3 lots pUs extra lot. 2 CBS-

down. Selling below FHA. 9Ih, Ave. Call Wynn, JE *. 2 bedroom, duplexes, pies 3 bedroom house. All f Urnished. >

Aetna Realty, Broker, 1-6902. CDISDUDATE YOUR IEln $450 month income. Reasonable down pay
757-5724, 811 NW 54th St. ment. Terms to seit.
" A BRAND NEW luxurious HAL NOW FOR MONEY IN I HOUR WI MOT
2-B DROOM CBS. Huge home that has all of the --- 0 ---
Florida room, Cuban tile, features the better buyeris SMALL PAYMENTS WE HAVE MANY OTHERS. VA AND FHA HOMES

car porte, plus lot 80x146 look.iiR for with a new $ 1,000 .-..--..---$ 20 Month FROM $100 DOWNfSHEL1'REALtYj
FHA terms, fenced in 1 k.nd of deal. 1 Mortgage!
.........
yard, electric appliances, only! $102.81 per month. $ 2,000 --- -- $ 30 Month

only $450 down. Owner Inspect this beauty Sun. $10,000 .N..N...-._......$100 Month p
pays closing costs. Loca- 1-5 p.m. at 817 NW 43 St. (
tion 7945 NW 16 Ave. JE 1-6902. The price is LOANS ON VACANT LOTS, HOMES OR ACREAGE
Open Sun 1-6 Ex- lower than you will guess.
p.m.
lot and 2nd
clusive by Fenster Real- Mortgages ,4260 NW 7fh Mi. 7585551
yt, Broker, PL 9-8779. R. I. iaros Mortgages

BAHAMIANS RESIDING
3-BEDROOM, 2-Wath, large 14535 N.E. 5th Avenue
CBS. Lot 100x135. Extra IN FLORIDAIf Mortgage Broker

large bedrooms, plenty of .
closet space, submit of- you require expert assistance Finest Selections in Miami
fers. Location 25 NW 48 in obtaining a
St. Open Sun. 1-5 p.m. birth certificate, locating oooooot LOVELY HOMES OPEN

Fenster Realty, Broker and buying property, find- NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ
PL 9-8779. ing relatives and impor
EXCELLENT BUYS!!!
tant documents, records, Terms Less Than Rent
NEW DUPLEX in Coco- etc., general information j
nut G r o v e, 2bedroomeach pertaining to yourself or 1350 N.W. 84TH TERRACEA 8020 N.W. 21ST AVENUE
unit. One side
now the Bahamas, please contact : Beautiful CBS 3 bedroom two bath oak floors tile
rented for $100 month. ,
Call builder, 444-5470.a M.H.A.: Spurgeon, P.O.B. S.2167 Bethel GT., ; 3 bedroom, CBS,---0---large lot, one mortgage, $350 do. roof and carport. $450 down. $85 month.

1545 NE 153 TERR. CBS Nassau NP, Bahamas, or --- a ---
phone 28037. 2020 N.W. 85TH STREET
hardwood floors, tie roof. 10 N.W. 47TH TERRACE

only monthly.$299 Move down right and $57 in. J25 Clean 2 bedroom, CBS, one mortgage, $200 do., $61 : Large 2 bedroom, 2 bath, plus Fla room. Only 2

Owner 37333304.EXPRESSWAY pays everything. t tt years old. By appointment only.

moving TOP SOIL-SAND-FILL 3111 N.W. 22ND AVENUENO 4 t --0--

you bed, out 2 ?baths Huge, hardwood CBS 4- You Make the Call QUALIFYING. $300 down. Double lot. 8431. N.W. 22ND PLACE

floors. At a very low price I Make the Haul Lovely CBS, 2 bedrooms, oak floors, and tile roof.
with large down payment. 140 N.W. 4IST STREET $12,900 total price.
See 819 NW 77 St. Call FURNISHED. 2 bedrooms 1 bath
A. Joyce COMPLETELY _
Own WI 5-98S6. --- a --
Fla room, carport. $350 down.
HELP WANTED 6030 N.W. 5TH AVENUE

EXPERIENCED lists. Cetta Rosetta.hair the sty- Trucking 263 N.W. 41ST STREET Brand new Sunshine Home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,

glamorous new French completely redecorated. One mortgage. 2 bedrooms, oak floors, tile roof and garage. To see it is to buy it.
of All Kinds
beauty salon Hauling
needs
expert 1 bath Floroom down. --- 0 ---
beauticians, with following carport, $250
Once in a lifetime PHONE 696-7304 821 N.W. 57TH STREETNo

opportunity commission for and salary a good and 3110 N.W. 67TH STREET GOOD INCOME GOOD CREDIT qualifying. CBS, 2 bedrooms, plus appliances.

future. Call or apply at MIMI FLORIDA $750 down. $7,500 total price.
once. Cette Rosette Hair SPECIAL DEAL ONE MORTGAGE
--- a --
Nw 7 Ave. ..
ggjjfe.6m $100 DOWN BUYS A BEAUTIFUL 3 OR 4 BEDROOMCBS. (1300 N.W. 82ND STREET

.
EXPERIENCED automatic : FOR SALE Brand new CBS, 2 bedrooms, on corner lot. Owner
.
shirt unit grN. ap- HUNDREDS IN ALL PARTS OF DADE wants offer. $60 per month pays all.
Plv WE HAVE
at 178 NE 79 St. !:;CBS Store Building. ...
Miracle o ---
Cleaners and COUNTY
6670
Laundry. :40x40. Located at We have largest selections of CBS 2 and 3 bedroom
iN.W. 18th Ave., Liberty NO CLOSING COSTS
; homes In lovely Manor Park.
EXPERIENCED beauticIan. ; Formerly used as
;City.
Call 634-2971. I Grocery and Meat Market. OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING SATURDAY AND -

SALES For below replacementcost. SUNDAY FROM 9 .M. TO 1 P.M.
HELP.Iale or. NEWS REALTYlnc.
female part time or full : ; Complete grocery
time. Call after 5:30: p.m. ; store and meat market

912720.EXPERIENCER'. beautician equipment! also available. FORD THE BROKER THAT WORKS FOR YOU
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REALTYINC. Broker
with 'Ic ; ; For Inspection, phone Mr.;
tact city nse Con- Joe Kwon at Life Realty 4140 N.W. 7TH AVE. PL 4-%$
Mrs James at Vernes 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635459530OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Beauty Salon 691-9656 or : PL 94371 (Open Sunday from 1 p.m.)
621-6807 junll -e 0000



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SCHOOls To Meet at
I IHAPPENINGS INCUR

..,' ,,'' New Hope : FLA1'f 10NSIt .
!i
l I III.,,....,,., '.- ,,,# 4. I.II.,.,._...,..,... I"It..i The OHn session of the <
East Florida Primitive

I 34 Graduate As Nurses Aides Baptist Convention Sunday will meet School at \ AND -Co lby t-
Primitive /
the New Hope \ )
J. -m '
Graduation at the Ideal Baptist Church 1301 NW 'f\
lyn Hail, Martha Russell, ...
School for Training Nurses Victoria Alexander, Eudell 1st place. June 15 at 8 .. ..- --.. ... .... -
Aides was held Friday, June Carter, Dorothy Pritchard, uhf p.m. This will be the wel- 1 -
4, at 8 p.m. Erma Lee Smalls, Frederick coming program of givingthe rosalyn farringtonThe
The following students Parks, Gloria Seay, Margrette delegates their wel- look is lively, the fabric is cotton
graduated come to the city. knit. This knits do anything
: Terry.It Wednesday morning at summer, can you
Rosetta Dollar, Dorothy is noteworthy that the 10 o'clock the president. want them to. You will seem touched with

Plowden, Bernicestine Murphy mother and sister, Victoria Rev. H. C. Samuel. will divine summer magic that we're mad about.There's .
Pearl Ceason, Queen and Gevena Alexander, res-
sound) the gavel openingthe no snazzier way to appear in the
Esther Brown, Barbara Shuler, pectively, of Oreathrea, Alex- first session of this
and. that fellow will for
sun, special stop a
,
Olivia Butler, Dorothy John ander, a previous graduate convention. There will be
in this: second look because the new slim-
son, Emma Ihrig, Brenda Jef graduated'together workshops each morning you appear
ferson, Elouise I Lenard, class. 8 thru 9:40: o'clock. mer, and trimmer.
Geneva Alexander, Marjorie Guest speaker, Mr. Theo- Activities and appointing -

Flowers, Eugene Knights, dore Sloan, Teacher at Glen- of committees. SAVE YOUR TOOTHPICKS !
view Elementary School, ad- 1 Preaching and topic dis-
Creola Dawson, Edna Mack,
The next time have
plan to
you a party
Patricia Wigfall. dressed the class on the value r cussion will be the gen-
d The and serve cocktail kebobs try this. Cut slicesof
Annie Rolle,Cora Surrancy, of education. eral order of the day. ,
Lenora Webb, Queen Esther New classes started on public is invited to attend choice cheese and salami or bologna sau-
Norman McGee, student at these various ;es-
Watts, Minnie Pennyamon, June 10.Rose : sage into 1-inch squares. Pierce the meat
Schniedman, R.M. Rainbow Park Elementaryis sions. The keynote address -
Calvenia Riou, Alice Faye director. going into second grade with will be delivered by squares with a skewer, cut tiny plug out of

West, Marie Hinsey, Jacque- many honors.He began readingat Rev. J. S. Smelligs ot the center with a pointed knife. Instead of

the age of two. At presenthe Pine Grove Church Fort using tooth picks this time, use pretzel sticks.

oooooooooooooooooooooteen's is reading on fourth grade Pierce Wednesday at 12 Thread one square each of cheese and sau-
level. He was under the direction p.m. All delegates and
of Mrs. E. Stevensonat messengers are asked to sage on short, slim pretzel sticks. No waste,
I Rainbow Park. be present. because the pretzels are eaten too.

Norman has read over 300 Rev. 11 C. Samuels
: pot pourriBy rt library books this term.He was president and host Use plastic shower hooks for an attractive -

the champion speller of the pastor hanger for pot holders. They're rustproof,
Norman Rev. S. P. Kilpatrick.
classes.
Bethsheba first grade recording secretaryMiss colorful and allow pot holders to be hung eas-
1 I'' E. Dean does A work in all subjects.
He has nice manners, and isa S. K. Griffin ily from screw, hook or nail.

very good leader. reporterST.
)OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOselected t Set table for
your breakfast the night be-

r Plans For The to give volunteer Carver High News Rev.. JAMES J. B. Blacknell A.M.E. fore and save precious time in the morning
service for the Dade- when minutes count.
Summer Monroe Tuberculosis and Marva Scott and Mona Bert Cooper pastor
reporter
Bethel. 19(15 graduates of
Respiratory Disease Association Patrick Range. youthful
in a summer Carver High. are proud
Students are making businessman and a well
great plans for this summer teen program. She is to recipients of a Haydon qualified speaker will be
Burns
$500
While many of o u r work eight hours each scholarship. the speaker for Youth Day
students are preparingfor Monday during the sum- Other students are in the this Sunday.Mr. .
college others are mer. Vel via also serves as top five of their gradua- Range son of Mrs.
looking for Jobs and others entertainment chairmanto HP( class, Marva. the Athalie Range, is a pro-
provide entertainmentfor salutatorian, plans to go duct of Miami and a
are simply enjoying
to Florida State Univer-
numerous other activities.Let's the National Urban lieensed mortilcan Is
Convention. She Is sity In September. Mona
League acutely of the impact
aware
look at some of the who ranks third will '--- iDy Walter Rowe =
a senior at Booker T. enter the youth will haveon
plans our students have
made for the summer. Washington High School. Florida A and M this community In the Money has been received living In Washington\
University for her fresh- fulture and therefore will from the federal gov- Park and west of 5Gth
Arthur Humes a grad Fisher man and will trans-
a graduate year bring us a message worth ernment to operate an expanded Ave. or any child living
uate of Miami Northwestern freshman of Browns- fer to Florida State for while to both youths and summer pre- beyond walking distance.
past president of the yule Jr. High School is the sophomore year. grownups.To school program.
Student Council, plans to planning to attend Miami These winners along help these young The program will be South Broward VFW
go to college. Arthur will Jackson. In preparing for with the rest of the sen- Christians in their effort held 8:30: a.m. to 11:30: Post No. RID! Ladies I
be leaving Miami June next school semester she ior class, the faculty and will be the Kendall Methodist a.m. beginning June 10 Auxiliary will meet Sun-
13 for Hampton Institute.He plans to attend summer parents attended Christ Church youth grouo. and ending Aug. 1. The day at 5 p.m. at the Post
also served as presi- school and spend the remaining Episcopal Church Sunday. "he youth choir i,. New program includes the following home.
dent of the Urban League part of her sum- services the traditional :Macedonia Ilaptis Church free services: Come and enjoy an evening -
Youth Community June 6. Following the with the VFW Sat-
mer in recreational activi will also be present to Medical and dental examinations -
While Arthur I is: goingoff complimentary Wreakfast midmorningsnacks urday night. Rig fish fry
to college, Carol Davis ties.John Marks and Sharon was served to the seniors add its songs of glory. and field trips. at the post home. Muse

will replace him as presi- Cliett plan to work this and their parents In thechurch's Under the capable chair- You may register your and fun and games.
dent of the Urban Youth summer. Both are gradu- parish hall. Fr. manshp of Patricia Jones child Sunday. June 13 Neighboring posts are
Community. She plans to ating seniors of Mia m i Austin Cooper. a 1950 along] with her cochairman between 4 and 6 p.m. at invited.
work during the sum- Northwestern. John who alumnus who was responsible Patty Jo Demps Carver Ranches Elemen-
In this for this particular this day should spell suc- School
mer leading group was president of the Boy tary This program s LEARN how to MAKI
into Its projects until rmin !plor and an active activity was on hand to cess for the energetic, affects all children who I :, WlgUti, Bongs, Curl
she goes to college In student will attend Flori- greet evervone present.G. t. youngsters. will be entering school for t. Ousters&Pony Toih.
September. Carol Is a da State University in W. Carver held its Remember their goal is the first time in Septem- S1.00forde'olls
Initial $1,000 and each adult is
graduating senior from September. commencement ber.Bus THE HAIR-CRAFT STUDIOP.O.
exercises on Wednesdav expected to pay $3.00 while transprtation will .
George Washington Car- MaJorie Lockhart plansto Box 3111
ver High and valedic- spend her summer In nie ht. June 0 at D a rl e the youth are required to he arranged for children Daytona 8.och. Florida
Countv Auditorium. This pay $1.50. Come out and
torian of her class. Carol Nassau Bahamas with
was their first time having help and encourage the
served as president of her family. She is a grad-
future St Jamesites.
this
exercise
the Girl Advisers at her uate of Booker T. Wash- away r------------,
from the school and also
I school. She plans to attend ington.

\ college Fisk in University.Nashville. Tenn.at Elmore G. Philip II, graduates their largest- l1R.YEAR'S number. of The Baptist t 8 Days All Expense Tour I

However, there are tu- will be attending a sum- Minister's CouncilThe I
deaus mer program for 10 weeks
wno ate louking
foiwuid to their senior nt Stetson University. He BEST HOME BUYS. Council met Wednesday "10 '

>ear. Shical Simmons, is an outstanding graduate SEE BACK PAGE NEXT 11 a.m. at the St.
pluns to attend a summer of Miami Jackson. Luke Baptist Church L I
institute: at Morehouse WEEK. After the devotion the

Coil! ge in Atlanta for lesson was fully explained I I II
.. ... by the exposition the
:. eight weeks. Shical servesas
) :: : : CtfII
\\ vice of the Rev. P. W. Williams. The
president AREABANK I
Science: CluU at Booker f NEEDED FOR MIAMI. lI topic was" "David and -

T. Washington where he Absalom. I
I
:- will be a senior for the CHECKERS President T. Johnson
TELLER TRAINEES CASHIER -
be next tutored school in term.mathematicsand He will I MALE OR FEMALE I P.B.X. RECEPTIONISTI.B.M. I urged register the for the brethren sessionsof to I I (SATURDAY AND SUNDAY) I II

A-1 CAREERS KEY PUNCH the World's Baptist
Meeting Service
English during his City Sightseeing Gardens
t Floating
I -
at Morehouse. HIGH SCHOOL GRADS I HIGH SCHOOL not req. Alliance at the Orange:
study Bowl and the Miami at Xochimilco Bull fight
Train now Pay later No age limit a
Good Beach Auditorium.The I, CUERNAVACA
Mary Wilcox a seniorat Free placement fobs
Rev. T. R.
Miami Jackson looks son brought an Harri-I; I (TUESDAY) SIGHTSEEING I II

forward to an exciting Fla.'s largest cashier school message from Acts 2:23: : Shopping Famous Silver Center Over Night Stay
summer participating in Branches Miami Orlando, Tampa, St. Pete subject. "The Church of j 1 I
recreational acitvltes etc. God. ALCAPULCO

VeMi: Solomon plans to Cashier Training InstituteSUITE Hev.Pres.Thedford Johnson. I I (WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY) t

do volunteer work this 504, 121 S.I. 1st ST., MIAMICOME.WRITEOR Rev. Harold Brown, I I Leisure Shopping Swimming Fishing I
CALL 377-S994
summer. She will be
P. R.Earl's.
among the many students j I BACK TO MEXICO CITY t

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weeks of advanced training course for licensed

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Cosmetology, June 21 to July 2. I f
EARL EDWARDS PROP. Travel Bureau L ) ;,
Guest artists and consultants Mrs. Bell Patterson of ;

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Spearing with........ I Virrick Park to Celebrate2nd Looking the1SPORTS


aY 4w Anniversary
f
g
June 15, 1965 will mark the civic clubs businesses, and
second anniversary of Eliza- military
personnel
taking part
beth Verrick Park in Coconut in the parade. :::'
Grove. This affair will be ce- The parade will start at WORLDBYt
lebrated with a gigantic pa- 5 p.m., beginning from GeorgeW.
--Y'- rade along the main streets, Carver High Sc hool,moving L
| BY HARRY SPEAR and a watermelon festival. east on Grand Avenue, northon : EO ARMBRISTER Over
The highlights will be MacDonald, west on Oak -fl ,. ,1,
banner floats with the City of to Verrick.
FANS WHO ATTEND Miami officials, churches,

MARLINS GAMES REGULARThese LET SAFETY ACCOMPANYYOU

are the die hard fans who regularly PONY LEAGUE SOFTBALL
attend Miami Marlins' Barnes: Bill Tucker. ;k, The closing of school signals the start of
Carver YMCA Pony League
assistant treasurer of Miami Showman's Club, lost their opening game to In- vacation time for many Americans ; no doubt
who is handicapped, but a great baseball fan; graham Park of Opa Locka. the nation's highways will be overrun with
Bob Hogue who pitched for the New York Carl Holloman of Ingram Park hundreds of thousands who will be skeltering
Yankees and Boston Braves when they were pitched a five hitter to set off to the woods, lakes, streams, mountains,
winning pennants, along with his dad, Henry back In the Carver fifth inning by a score Carver of kept 7-1. beaches and even the big cities to somehow

Wicard, Fred Matthews, Philly scout; Izzy alive with run by Mike Brazil relax after toiling for the past year, or to
Bandrimer, former House of David ball player; but it was too late, because shake off the sluggishness acquired while
John Bigham, former umpire in the Florida Opa Locka had a total of 12 cooling it'at the office.

International League; Dr. Ralph Ferguson, hits.On that same program Vacation in your own home land is a fav-
who took care of many a great ball player; Carver YMCA Junior Girl's orable answer to President Johnson's plea to
Tom (Dutch) Orr, former major leaguer; of- softball team scored in the see America first; notwithstanding the thou-
ficers who do a great job keeping law and --- first, second and third inn- sands who will travel abroad ; the projectedlook
order at the park: Sgt. Bill Ogle and Bob head Coach baseball Costa coach Kitties of the the ings. Patricia Simmons had a at the plans being made by most Ameri-
field day at the plate. Simmonshad
Lemmons. They played on the police team; Al Florida A&M University Rat- a total of 5 hits and 2 cans shows that the country will get a good
Davis who knows baseball from A to Z and tlers' baseball nine, is one of homeruns. Score: YMCA 29, going over this vacation season.

numerous others. the most successful baseball Opa Locka 4. Whatever plans are anticipated for your
coaches in the In
country.
This week the Marlins Schedule: Friday, five years as head coach he summer of fun ; it would do well to rememberthat
11 and Sunday 13, Ft. Lauderdale ; Tues- SIAC Baseball Committee and in
June has won five Southern inter- the Awards Committee of the most circumstances the general rou-
day and Wednesday 15th and 16th, Daytona collegiate Athletic Conference NAIA. lie is a native of Jack- tine of activities will be different from what
Beach; Thursday, Leesburg (doubleheader) titles and has been eligiblefor sonville, Fla., and a graduate you are accustomed to it is easy to be car-
Friday and Saturday June 18 and 19, West playoffs each time.FAMU's of Florida A&M University. ried away with the pleasures of having a good
mark
Palm Beach.A current season He received the master of time and easier
18 wins and four losses gave to forget that there should always -
in health and physical
them the SIAC and DistrictNo. degree be a bit of caution injected into what-
STORY I WROTE JUNE 1964 WHICH 6 of the National Association education University.His from other Ohio duties State include ever you do.

HAS COME TRUE of Intercollegiate Ath- the teaching of health This column hopes that all of its readers
letic and
championships a
Boys have packed their bags, gone to ranking of ninth among all and physical education as an will have the best of vacations, and return
work and thanking your writer for the advice.It NAIA baseball teams. ving assistant as end professor coach of, the and foot-ser- safely so that we may all enjoy the thrills and
has been the sixth week and no live boxingin Kittles is a member of the ball team. experiences you have had.

Dade County. SPORTS WORLD HAULED IN
I love to repeat these stories when they
BY FISHERMANOdd
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develop :
June 27, 1964 Spearing With Sports: as it seems a columnist enjoys the
,
So you would like to manage a fighter? \ ; amicable criticisms that are thrown at him by
his readers or even a fellow columnist. Such
You think you have a prospect that can make If' ::13
the grade leading to fame and fortune? The ; was the case when columnist Bert Cooper of
: \ "People, Places and Things" took a light pokeat
development of a boxer can be a mighty ex- ,." If" ..-
:t. t. Yours Truly on the matter of not giving
pensive venture. It often runs into robust financial ljt
52ii'Hw 17 AYE. more fishermen vent to the of their
figures, not to mention wear and tearon 3 ego sport.
the nervous system. Such things as gym [ Admittedly the Fishing World may have
dues and training equipment are the least of T.. friendliest bar (I. town been slighted but this is not due to neglectbut
items that pile more to the hesitancy of fishermen to
many up. "
Come in and say "hello"a ; inform of their worthwhile activities.
While the kid is learning the trade his '
living expenses must be considered. He'll need to kI < > 1t'wi$ Looking the Sports World Over belongsto

spending money occasionally, and if you think ELINOR AND FOOTS all sportsmen everywhere and all the
you have the merchandise, the boy will not >ar printed words therein are dedicated to them.

hold a job and trainer will be on your payrollto .'...., /':,D. ., ,rljfL.,.,,...>....:; MIAMI PUTS OUT PRO
work with him. Even if he survives the early {3 > M'ao:f q<>t.Y- < 'y 'FAMOUS FEELERSMiami
goings it is often more than a year before he $"$liAMD+ BAR-BE-QUE RIBS
"
progresses to the stage where he earns enoughto if : made it known that it has keen
become selfsupporting.By mile rood is open and we have remodeled. interest as being the home of a Pro Football

that time managers investment has We are looking forward to seeing all of youl team.
assumed considerable proportions. There isn't This fact was underlined with a visit by

much in the way of monetary rewards for a OUR NEW "PLAYBOY ROOM" Mayor High to the American Football League
beginner. In New York, for instance, the usual I 1$111 executive pow-wow on the possibility of ex-
pay at the small club for a preliminary boy > pansion of the league. Nothing was promisedto
ranges from $50 for a four rounder to tops Miami but the meeting was such a cordialone
$100 for a sixer. If the kid would go to post that future contact would be so easily

every week, it wouldn't be too tough a problembut made.
he hardly could expect to operate that [
often. One bout every three or four weeks Jf
would, be closer to the normal pace. Mean- r
while, living, training and other expenses keep POST TIME RICHIE'S PHARMACY
rolling along and more often than not, it is an 8:00 P.M.
693 NW 46th StreetPAY
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Seen in gyms these days are a few veteran -
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him is fighting fit and feeling okay, to er> IJEANURSE'SAIDETHE
tertain the idea that he is due to be entered in :
the ranks of the battle scarred has-been

bridged yet, that is where the scrapped is IDEAL SCHOOL FOR
bound to finish if he sticks to the game too

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Apparently the hardest truth to drive into a
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head is that there is no use
himself by turning the hands of the clock back. Morning classes 9 o... 12 P.M.
Yet when you check the records you'll find Evening classes 7-10 p.m.
that very few "good ones" (some ex-cham-
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34 Graduate As Nurses AidesGraduation Baptist Convention Sunday will meet School at '"[ it J1 p

the New Hope Primitive *

at the Ideal Hall Martha Russell, Baptist Church 1301 NW ... .
lyn "
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June 15 at 8p.m. .... ..
for' 1st place. .
School Training Nurses Victoria Alexander, Eudell will be the wel- V *. .- .- -* .- -
Aides was held Friday, June Carter, Dorothy Pritchard, This
farringtonThe
of givingthe by rosalyn
coming program
4
at 8 p.m.
Frederick
The following students Erma Lee Smalls, delegates their wel- look is lively, the fabric is cotton
Parks, Gloria Seay Margrette
to the city.
come knit. This knits do anything
can
summer
graduated: Terry.It Wednesday morning at you
Rosetta Dollar, Dorothy is noteworthy that the 10 o'clock the president want them to. You will seem touched with

Plowden, Bernicestine Mur mother and sister, Victoriaand Rev. H. C. Samuel. will divine summer magic that we're mad about.

phy, Pearl Ceason, Queen Gevena Alexander respectively sound the gavel openingthe There's no snazzier way to appear in the
Barbara Shuler, of Oreathrea, Alex first session of this
Esther Brown, sun, and. that special fellow will stop for a
,
Butler, Dorothy John ander, a previous graduate convention. There will be
Olivia Jef graduated'together in this; t workshops each morning second look because the new you appear slim-
son, Emma Ihrig, Brenda
ferson, Elouise Lenard, class. 8 thru 9:40 o'clock. mer, and trimmer.
Geneva Alexander, Marjorie Guest speaker, Mr. Theo- Activities and appointing -

Flowers, Eugene, Knights, dore Sloan Teacher at Glen- of committees. SAVE YOUR TOOTHPICKS !
School, addressed and topic dis-
view Elementary Preaching
Creola Dawson, Edna Mack The next time you plan to have a party
the class on the valueof cussion will be the gen-
Patricia Wigfall. education.New r I !w eral order of the day. The and serve cocktail kebobs, try this. Cut slicesof
Annie RoUe Cora Surrancy,
classes started on public is invited to attend choice cheese and salami or bologna sau-
Esther
Lenora Webb, Queen Norman McGee, student at these various ses-
Watts, Minnie Pennyamon June 10.Rose. sage into 1-inch squares. Pierce the meat
Calvenia Alice Faye Schniedman, R.M. Rainbow Park Elementaryis sions. The keynote address with skewer cut out of
Riou going into second grade with will be delivered by squares a tiny plug
t West, Marie Hinsey, Jacque- director. many honors.lie began readingat Rev. J. S. Smelligs ot the center with a pointed knife. Instead of

the age of two. At presenthe Pine Grove Church, Fort using tooth picks this time, use pretzel sticks.

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGteen's y Dto is reading on fourth grade Pierce Wednesday at 12 Thread one square, each of cheese and sau-
level. lie was under the direction All delegates and
p.m. sage on short, slim pretzel sticks. No waste,
Stevensonat are asked to
of Mrs. E messengers
Rainbow Park. be present.Rev. because the pretzels are eaten too.

Norman has read over 300 H C. Samuels.
pot pourriBy library books this term.He was president and host Use plastic shower hooks for an attrac-

the champion speller of the pastor tive hanger for pot holders. They're rustproof,
S. P. Kilpatrick.
Rev.
first grade classes. Norman colorful and allow pot holders to be hung eas-
recording secretary
'I Bethsheba E. Dean does A work in all subjects.He .
has nice manners, and isa Miss S. K. Griffin, ily from screw, hook or nail.

very good leader. reporterST.
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCselected Set your table for breakfast the night be-

Plans For The to give volunteer Carver High News Rev.. JAMES J. B. Blacknell A.M.E. fore and save precious time in the morning
when minutes
count.
service for the Dade- pastor
Summer Mbnroe Tuberculosis and Marva Scott and Mona Bert Cooper reporter
Respiratory Disease Association Bethel. 1905 graduates of Patrick Range youthful

Students are making in a summer Carver High are proud businessman and a well

great plans for this summer teen program. She is to Burns recipients of a Haydon qualified speaker will be
While many of o u r work eight hours each $500 scholarship. the speaker for Youth Day
students are preparingfor Monday during the sum- Other students are in the this Sunday.Mr. .

college others are mer. Velvia also serves as top five, of their gradua- Range, son of Mrs.
tin" ('Ia entertainment chairmanto Athalie Range is
looking for jobs and oth- a pro-
provide entertainmentfor salutatorian, plans to go duct of Miami and a
ers are /simply enjoying
numerous other activities.Let's the National Urban to Florida State Univer- licensed mortiican, is {
Convention. She is sity In September. Mona
League of the im-
acutely aware
'
---"
look at some of the '---- iDy Walter Bowe
who ranks third, will
a senior at Booker T enter pact the youth will haveon
plans our students have Washington High School. Florida A and M this community in the Money has been received living in WashingtonPark
made for the
summer. University for her fresh- fulture and therefore will from the federal gov- and west of 5Gth
Arthur Humes a grad- Helen Fisher, a gradu- man year: and will trans- bring us a message worth, ernment to operate an expanded Ave. or any child living
uate of Miami Northwestern ate freshman of Browns- fer to Florida State for while to both youths and summer pre- beyond walking distance.
past president of the ville Jr. High School is the sophomore year. grownups.To school program.
Student Council, plans to planning to attend Miami These winners along help these young The program will beheld South Broward VFW
go to college. Arthur will Jackson. In preparing for with the rest of the sen- Christians in their effort 8:30: a.m. to 11:30: Post No. 8195 Ladies I
be leaving Miami June next school semester she ior class the faculty and will be the Kendall Methodist a.m. beginning June 10 Auxiliary will meet Sun-
13 for Hampton Institute.He plans to attend summer parents: attended Christ Church youth group. and ending Aug. 4. The day at 5 p.m. at the Post

also served as presi- school and spend the remainIng Episcopal: Church Sunday "he youth choir i,.' New program includes!' the fol- home.
dent of the Urban League part of her sum- services the traditional Macedonia: Baptis Church lowng free services: Come and enjoy an evening -
Youth Community June 6. Following the with the VFW Sat-
Medical
mer in recreational activi will also be present to and dental examinations -
While Arthur is going complimentary Breakfast midmorningsnacks urday night. Big fish fry
off to college, Carol Davis ties.John Marks and Sharon was served to the seniors add its songs of glory. and field trips. at the post home. Muse

will replace him as presi- Cliett plan to work this and their parents in the Under the capable chair- You may register your and fun and games.
dent of the Urban Youth summer. Both are gradu- church's parish hall. Fr manshp of Patricia Jones, child Sunday. June 13 Neighboring posts are
Community. She plans to ating seniors of Mia m i Austin Cooper a 195 along with her cochairman between 4 and G p.m. at Invited.
work during the sum- Northwestern. John who alumnus who was responsible Patty Jo Demps. Carver Ranches Elemen-

mer in leading this group was president of the Boy for this particular this day should spell suc- tary School This program 8 LEARN how to MAKI
into its projects, until rnnn<:5piors; and an active activity was on hand to cess for the' energetic. affects all children who I ::1 WlgUti, Bongs, Curl
she goes to college in student will attend Flori- greet evervone present t youngsters. will be entering school for \ Clutter&Pony Toil*.
September. Carol is a da State University In G. W. Carver held Its Remember their goal is the first time in Septem- $1.00fodo'01J1
$1.000 and each adult is
initial
senior September. commencement THE HAIR-CRAFT STUDIO
graduating from ber.Bus
exercises wednesday expected to $3.00 while
George Washington Car- Majorie Lockhart plansto on pay transprtation! will P.O.10.3111
nitrht. June 0 at D d the youth are required to
a e be arranged for children Daytona koch Florida
her
ver High and valedic- spend summer in
Countv Auditorium. This $1.50. Come out and
pay
torian of her class. Carol Nassau Bahamas, with help and the
was their first time hav- encourage
served as president of her family. She is a graduate future St Jamesites.
inp this exercise!
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the Girl Advisers of Booker T. Wash- away ,
\ at her from the school and also r------------
school. She plans to attend ington.

M t college at Fisk in University Nashville. Tenn. Elmore G. Philip II, graduates their largest- 118.YEAR'S number. of The Baptist 8 Days All Expense Tour ,

However, them are i,lucleiua will be attending a sum- Minister's CouncilThe I ,
mer program for 10 weeks
for ward woo to ale their looking senior at Stetson University. He BEST HOME BUYS. Council met Wed- t '1a' ,

>ear. Shical Simmons, is an outstanding graduate SEE BACK PAGE NEXT nesday 11 a.m. at the St;

plans to attend a summer of Miami ..Tackson.NEEDED Luke Baptist Church. I'f I II
institute at Morehouse WEEK. After the devotion the

ColLge in Atlanta for lesson was fully explained I I It II
"
by the exposition the
weeks. Shical
eight serves d1
t (
Rev. P. W. Williams. The
as Scitnce vice president CluU at of Booker the f FOR MIAMI AREABANK ] topic was" "David and
Absalom.
t T. Washington where he t
President T. Johnson
p will be a senior for the CHECKERS .
TELLER TRAINEES CASHIER -
urged the brethren to
next school term. He will I MALE OR FEMALE P.B.X. RECEPTIONISTI.B.M. I register for the sessionsof I (SATURDAY AND SUNDAY)
be tutored in mathematicsand
A-l CAREERS KEY PUNCH the World's Baptist Meeting Service
City Sightseeing
English during his I I Floating Gardens
HIGH SCHOOL GRADS HIGH SCHOOL not req. ; Alliance at the Orange
study at Morehouse. Bowl and the Miami at Xochimilco Bull fight
Train now Pay later No age limit I I

Mary Wilcox, a seniorat Free placement Good |lobs Beach Rev.Auditorium.The T. R.. Harri- CUERHAVACA

Miami Jackson looks son brought an Inspiring: I I (TUESDAY) SIGHTSEEING

forward to an exciting Fla. largest cashier school message: from Acts 2:23: : Shopping Famous Silver Center Over Night Stay
summer, parttcipating in Branches Miami, Orlando, Tampa, St. Pet subMect "The Church of I
recreational acitvites etc. God. ALCAPULCO

Cashier Training InstituteSUITE Rev. Thedford Johnson. I I (WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY) I
Vel"la Solomon plans todo Pres.
volunteer work this S04, 121 S.E. lit ST., MIAMI Rev. Harold Brown I Leisure Shopping Swimming Fishing
COMt -WRITE -OR CALL 377-8994
summer. She will be P. R. BACK TO MEXICO CITY
among the many students I
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ITS GREAT ITS GRAND, ITS EDUCATIONALTwo 4 C I Departs every Saturday during June, July, and August

weeks of advanced training course for licensed Sponsored By

beauticians under the supervision of the State Boardof Where old end new friends Meet I a ,&??)t

Cosmetology, June 21 to July 2. I North's Travel "
EARl. EDWARDS PROP. Bureau l"f
Guest artists and consultants Mrs. Bell Patterson of ,.::

of N. Y. and J. Bold! of Miami and many other out- PHONE TSM4Z2 UN N.W.1TH AVE.I I 1IQ4N.W.3RDAVE. PH.FRWW6I:

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Spearing with......... 1 Virrick Park to Celebrate2nd Looking the'SPORTS ;


Anniversary "
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June 15, 1965 will mark the civic clubs, businesses, and
K second anniversary of Eliza- military personnel taking part
beth Verrick Park in Coconut in the parade.
Grove. This affair will be celebrated The parade will start at Ai i. WORLD
J with a gigantic pa- 5 p.m., beginning from GeorgeW. .. 3e>
je < -
t-i i --r" / rade along the main streets, Carver High Sc hool,moving '
r BY HARRY SPEAR and a watermelon festival. east on Grand Avenue, northon RY:LEO. ARMBRISTER Over
The highlights( will be MacDonald,west on Oak .;$ ';':
banner floats with the City of to Verrick.
FANS WHO ATTEND Miami officials, churches

MARLINS GAMES REGULARThese LET SAFETY ACCOMPANYYOU

are the die hard fans who regularly PONY LEAGUE SOFTBALLCarver
attend Miami Marlins' games: Bill Tucker. :4'fl't YMCA The closing of school signals the start of
Pony League
assistant treasurer of Miami Showman's Club, lost their opening game to In- vacation time for many Americans; no doubt
who is handicapped, but a great baseball fan; graham Park of Opa Locka. the nation's highways will be overrun with
Bob Hogue who pitched for the New York Carl Holloman of Ingram Park hundreds of thousands who will be skelteringoff
Yankees and Boston Braves when they were pitched a five hitter, to set to the woods, lakes, streams, mountains,
winning pennants, along with his dad, Henry In back the Carver fifth inning by a score Carver of kept 7-1. beaches and even the big cities to somehow

Wicard, Fred Matthews, Philly scout; Izzy alive with run by Mike Brazil relax after toiling for the past year, or to
Bandrimer, former House of David ball player; i but it was too late, because shake off the sluggishness acquired while
John Bigham, former umpire in the Florida Opa Locka had a total of 12 cooling it'at the office.

International League ; Dr. Ralph Ferguson, hits.On that same Vacation in your own home land is a fav-
who took care of many a great ball player; Carver YMCA Junior program Girl's orable answer to President Johnson's plea to
Tom (Dutch) Orr, former major leaguer; of- .. Softball team scored in the see America first; notwithstanding the thou-
ficers who do a great job keeping law and first, second, and third inn sands who will travel abroad ; the projected
order at the park: Sgt. Bill Ogle and Bob head Coach baseball Costa coach Kittles of, the the ings. Patricia Simmons had a look at the plans being made by most Ameri-
field the
day at plate. Simmonshad
Lemmons. They played on the police team; Al Florida A&M University Rat- a total of 5 hits and 2 cans shows that the country will get a good
Davis who knows baseball from A to Z and tlers' baseball nine, is one of homeruns. Score: YMCA 29, going over this vacation season.
numerous others. the most successful baseball Opa Locka 4. Whatever
plans
are anticipated. for
your
coaches in the country. In
This week the Marlins Schedule : Friday, five years as head coach, he summer of fun ; it would do well to rememberthat
June 11 and Sunday 13, Ft. Lauderdale ; Tues- has won five Southern inter- the SIAC Awards Baseball Committee Committee of and the in most circumstances the general rou-
day and Wednesday 16th and 16th, Daytona collegiate Athletic Conference NAIA. He is a native of Jack- tine of activities will be different from what
Beach; Thursday, Leesburg (doubleheader) titles and has been eligible sonville, Fla., and a graduate you are accustomed to it is easy to be car-
Friday and Saturday June 18 and 19, West for playoffs each time.FAMU's of Florida A&M University.He ried away with the pleasures of having a good
Palm Beach.A current season mark received the master of time and easier
to forget that there should always
18 wins and four losses gave -
degree in ,health and physical
them the SIAC and DistrictNo. be a bit of caution injected into what-
STORY I WROTE JUNE 1964 WHICH 6 of the National Association education from Ohio State ever you do.
University. His other duties include -
HAS COME TRUE of Intercollegiate Ath- the teaching of health This column hopes that all of its readers
letic championships and a
Boys have packed their bags, gone to ranking of ninth among all and physical education as an will have the best of vacations and return
work and thanking your writer for the advice.It NAIA baseball teams. ving assistant as end professor coach of, the and foot-ser- safely so that we may all enjoy the thrills and
has been the sixth week and no live boxingin Kittles is a member of the ball team.521V experiences you have had.

Dade County. SPORTS WORLD HAULED IN
I love to repeat these stories when they
",,,,,,, ,t BY FISHERMANOdd
develop:
June 27, 1964 Spearing With Sports: I 'j as it seems a columnist enjoys the
So you would like to manage a fighter? '. amicable criticisms that are thrown at him by
You think you have a prospect that can make 1'j his readers or even a fellow columnist. Such
the grade leading to fame and fortune? The was the case when columnist Bert Cooper of

development of a boxer can be a mighty ex- < _" iJi", ."' '''....... "People, Places and Things" took a light pokeat
pensive venture. It often runs into robust financial Yours Truly on the matter of not giving
figures, not to mention wear and tearon & NW 17 AYE. more fishermen vent to the ego of their sport.
the nervous system. Such things as gym Admittedly the Fishing World may have
dues and training equipment are the least of r.. friendliest bar (f. town been slighted but this is not due to neglect
many items that pile up. -but more to the hesitancy of fishermen to
Come In and "hello"ELINOR inform of their
say worthwhile activities.
While the kid is learning the trade his
living expenses must be considered. He'll need to : Looking the Sports World. Over belongsto

spending money occasionally, and if you think AND FOOTS all sportsmen everywhere and all the
you have the merchandise, the boy will not printed words therein are dedicated to them.
hold a job and trainer will be on your payrollto !J .1r;! P iragar*;r 11f MIAMI PUTS OUT PRO
work with him. Even if he survives the early 6 9
V $ ICY>..'.V.S FAMOUS FEELERSMiami
goings it is often more than a year before he .,;.S' ,iE:. AND BAR-BE-QUE RIBS
progresses to the stage where he earns enoughto < made it known that it has keen
become self-supporting. "! ''', ?. road is open and we have remodeled.We interest as being the home of a Pro Football

By that time managers investment has are looking forward to seeing all of youl! team.
assumed considerable proportions. There isn't This fact was underlined with a visit by
much in the way of monetary rewards for a VISIT OUR NEW "PLAYBOY ROOM" Mayor High to the American Football League
beginner. In New York, for instance, the usual r executive pow-wow on the possibility of ex-
pay at the small club for a preliminary boy pansion of the league. Nothing was promisedto
ranges from $50 for a four rounder to tops Miami but the meeting was such a cordialone
?100 for a sixer. If the kid would go to post that future contact would be so easily
every week, it wouldn't be too tough a problembut made.
he hardly could expect to operate that ri:TTTTh11Tt4J1rPOST
often. One bout every three or four weeks
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, JUnlI. 1965

Tallahassee. Pools NAACP. Annual Convention to :
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I \ Stress Leadership Education :I

Reopening Sought NJ.WYOUKTHENA.- dal Leadership Development :
ACI' 56th annual convention, Institute, to be held in three 4
(NPIA) suit to force the Mayor George B. Taft, City to be held in Denver, Colo. separate sessions, which will :
f city to open the three city. Manager Arvah Hopkins, June 28-July 3, will place teach branch leaders how to 4
owned swimming pools has four city commissioners, special emphasis on education make effective decisions by
been filed in federal courts chief of police, recreation for community leader letting them practice in simulated j Beautiful 3 Bedroom 2 BathFla
by three Negroes. director, park board members real-life situations.A .
They Include Darryl Steele, and directors of the ship.In addition to its regular staff of seven persons,
son of the Rev. C. K. Steele, swimming pools. topics, including under the direction of
and Sadie Estelle Gordon, The suit states that last program workshops on school dese- NAACP Secretary for Training room, central heating, air cond. lot,
wife of Spiver Gordon, July 4, a group of Negroestried gregation, political action, Althea T. 1,. Simmons,
CORE field secretary. to swim in Levy Park housing, employment and will conduct the institute 75x106.
:, They ask $50,000 dam pool, a formerly all white anti-poverty legislation, the which will involve approx. FULL PRICE $15,500
\ ages and $10,000 in legal pool, and Immediately City convention will have three imately 100 branches.
fees, and an injunction to prevent Manager Hopkins orderedall new features, designed to aid A second innovation will $500 DOWN FHA $89 MONTH
the city from selling or three pools another NAACP branch leaders to be a branch"problem clinic"
trying to sell the pools, until white pool and the Negro deal more effectively with where NAACP branch per Location : North Miami Beach
the suit is heard.Defendants pool closed. community problems.One sonnel with specific problems :
in the suits are "The closing was notLIFE'S of these will be a spe- in such areas as housing,
membership, church work, : Beautiful location. See by appointment only.CALL .
....4............ ----- fund-raising, etc., will havean .
constitutional, says the suit, opportunity, to discuss
"but was done purposelyand them with NAACPpersonnel 1
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BEST BUYS!! deliberately on the experienced in the area and -
grounds of race and oppo- work out possible solutions. I
sition to desegregation." The seminar will focuson I I
,\ The three Negroes say they ways to utilize state and ..................
OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY COME SEE
have been deprived of equal local fair employment statutes
protection of the laws. and Title VII of the 1964 .
\ 1131 N.W. 42ND STREET Civil Rights Act.

i.' w No qualifying, $300 down, move right in. 3 bedrooms,
,1. + 2 baths, freshly painted, appliances
RENT LEASE OR SELL
+ 1536 N.W. 45TH STREET ,
What
We Have You Want
'If';' + 2 bedroom, CBS, carport, fresh paint, spotless. CBS Bldg 536 NE 31st St.
1 + Price is $9,500. $300 down and $59 month.

J fJito + 1841 N.W. 81ST TERRACE 4025 N.W. 5TH AVENUE Has 7 Bedrooms Baths

h. + Lovely CBS, fenced yard, tile roof, large porch. Corner, CBS, 3 big 'bedrooms, 2 full baths, Fla room. PRESENTLY DIVIDED INTO 3 APARTMENTS .
Only $10,000. $300 down and $62 month. Double garage, filtered, 15x30 pool, sprinkler system. ALL FURNISHED
Mortgaged for $16,000. Take a look. No qualifying. ,
8220 N.W.14TH PLACE Terms to suit you. $300 PER MONTH RENT; $24,000 FULL

f Like new CBS, Florida room, jalousied windows. .! SELLING PRICE
Bargain at $9,800 $250 down and $62 month. .
+ .1842 N.W. 88TH STREET With !'$2,000 cash down, or your better offer.
1580 N.W. 83RD STREET "
CBS, 2 bedroom, doll house. FHA. Total $10,000.I First mortgage is with Wash. Fed., balance
Ranch style CBS, carport, awnings, screened patio Seller pay 'loan costs. $300 down. $62.21''month.. I
" Price is 9,500. $250 down and $59 month. .. Don't miss this home! 1 approx. $12,600 payable $93 per month In-
t cluding 6% (with escrow for taxes and insurance .
; 1139 N.W. 85TH STREET t "Y"' :
are $140 month.) Owner
Large Florida ... payments per
room, separate garage, carpeting I
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A buy at $11,000. $350 down and $68 month. .,./ 1756 N.W. 93RD TERRACE' / will carry second mortgage for balance on

1142 N.W. 85TH STREET Giant CBS, 4 bedrooms, ,2 baths, Fla room..Double good terms.
garage lot. 106x160.,Total'$l$,OOO. NO QUALIFYING' .', :
Fully furnished cottage, freshly painted, spotlessNo '$1,500 down, $98,iMMitMy! $ "" //. :fdr' TAXES for 1964 were $513 without homestead.
qualifying $250 down. Move right in. ',.,* ""ro!' ;-.:,; Shown by appointment only.
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WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES :.810 N.W. 93RB TERRACE ;'; ,* PLEASE DO NOT DISTURB TENANTS!
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CBS, 2.bedroom, Flo roorn,, garage,, FHA.:, $12,500.
LIFE REALTY Broker ,$400 down. NO CLOS5HC:; COSTS. $71.92 Month.' See n 'r'. '
+ right nowl /.1'' ,' ., '** M/ ) oIE, .O\Y NEfWI .L .SELkr 1r:'" ir77 1
S -A. ,x X :
+ 4932 N.W.1TH AVENUE PL 9-4371 ,/,5"S' X's }} w. 84th St.f o'; :fogw1fOOdown
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t Open 7 Days Per Week Evenings Too! x .' xx "
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; .. ........ x/ .IMIN.W.S4TH. 'STREET" x "CBS, 2 bedrooms, Fla room, newly 'painted : jtf4i-:.- This pray'f)r> :t t til'ts'of! i:,2'bcdropth.\ ''

$10,000. HO CLOSING' COSTS. ,$300 Om.l iy, | from! ,. Jiouse'< whch| rent' ;<,for' $80,per,
$62.21 nonth. Be first' here! 'month, and a:CBS; (J furnished garage: opt.which're'nts .:

/ Ji 1, ',:;for '$15 'per week.,;Do, ;.not
)' EDISON Specials AETNA REALTY 't disturb the'tenantsl' ( '
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) 31 N.W. 49TH STREET BROKER /" 681-8401 OWNER 681-8401

{ Open Sun After 3 p.m. 811 NW 54th St. 757-5724

3 bedrooms, ]11} baths, CBS, Full dining room, Fla 13700 NW 8th Ave.

porch, carport. $12,500 total. Only $300 down.', <.FHA..

SPECIAL NOTICE! "

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY.WE ARE OFFERING TO

,: YOU FOR ONLY $100 DOWN PAYMENT YOU CAN e t p
QUALIFY) ALL OF OUR HOUSES FOR SALE ON
1 FHA.
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I Drive by the Following Then See Edison: s

1 3710 H.W. 23rd Ct. Almost new CBS Duplex.
4' Tile roof. Only $12,000 total. $300 down, FHA.
No closing costs. $76.31 mo.

2 4030 H.W. 1st Ave Lovely CBS home on corner.
Tile roof, carport, oil heat, woll-to-woll carpeting.
No qualifying. e

3 142 H.W. 40th St. Almost new, nice 3 bedroom,
CBS home. Beautiful Fla room, tile roof, peged
wood floors Partly furnished Ho qualifying.

4 544 H.W. 47th St. 3 bedroom CBS, partly turn.
Fla room, garage, $11,500 total.Conventional
financing.
5 6808 H.W. 6th Ave. CBS, tile roof, 3 bedrooms,
2 baths, Fla room plus {alousied front porch,
garage, Alot for your money. $2,000 cash will
handle. Ho qualifying.WE .

AND ... .. ..ae,.
ARE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY

SUNDAY All New One bedroom Apts.


EDISON REA1TY Realtor* $ 20 SW 4th Ave., Dania, Fla. '*


175 'N;W. *2n! St 7514441, Telephone 922-1646 922-5089

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