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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 18, 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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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. 41 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1965 16 PAGES 10 CENTS




I [600. PTA Delegatesfor:' 39th National Convention 1, 1 1The



National Congress of at Winstoh-Salem State College -- .
Colored Parents and Teacherswill N.C. Protest
attract some 600 officersand The group's activities June
12 -Year -Old Girl Scout
delegates June 19-23 for 19 and 20 mainly will be de- Overhaul
its 39th annual convention in voted to member registrationand

Miami. committee meetings. The Drowns Haulover Beach
al Jf LawsIn
Mayor Robert King High day will conclude with a ves- Voting
will bring greetings to the per service ending at the JohnF. I .
group at its opening general Kennedy Torch of Friend A 12-year-old North Dade Thomas Lee saw the girls, and Jackson. Miss.. this
assembly meeting at 9:15 a.m. ship with a memorial service girl drowned and another was raced 250 yards to rescue week more than 700 civil
June 21. Whitney M. Young. hornoring the late president.The rescued Saturday as they and Gwendolyn Wilson, of 15830 rights demonstrators: were
Jr., executive director of the fifth and concluding 10 other children swam towards N.W. 17th Ct., about 40 yards arrestd as they tried to
National Urban League, will general session will be June H aulover Beach from a ..." from shore. march to the capitol.]. At
deliver the keynote address. 22, to be followed by the sandbar 60 yards' off shore. The body of Shelia Laverne least three of the marchers -
Mrs. Jewett Hitch,presidentof Florida Night Banquet at the The girls were on a Girl Johnson, 16415 N.W. 162ndSt. had to be treated at a
the organization, will pre City of Miami Bayfront Park Scout outing at the unpatrolled Rd., was found by another hospital for head injuries. -

side over two days of general Auditorium.All section of the beaches and lifeguard.The .
sessions. The Congress also general sessions will had gone out to the sandbar lifeguards tried arti- The group was stopped
will hear Dr. Joe Hall, super be in the Florida Room of the about 1 p.m. ficial respiration for 35 minutes hv the police after march-\.-
intendent of the Dade (Miami) McAllister Hotel, 10 Biscayne The water was about six after they pulled the ine about four blocks and
County Board of Public Instruction Boulevard.The feet deep when they tried to- girls to shore, said lifeguard. within sight of the state-
; Mrs. Jennelle Moor- Florida State Chapterof swim to shore at about 3 p.m. Tony Mirkovick.On house. where they plan-
head, president of National the NCCPT is the host Several of them floundered, arrival at St. Frances ned to protest a special
Congress of Parents and chapter and will entertain the but made it back by themselves Hospital Sheila was pronounced legislative session; called I
Teachers and Dr. Joseph N. delegates with a BiscayneBay or by the help of others. 1 dead. Gwendolyn was to overhaul state voting \
Patterson, departmental head cruise on June 23. From his station lifeguard in poor condition. laws.
Police charged the Negru -
and white demonstrators


Teenager Gets (hairPin T La' Pal of Slain Holdup without found on was whom a with permit.charged a pistol parading A with was Negro --:



Woman's Slaying weapon.carrying a concealed

Man ConvictedAfter A number of Northern

college students
who
Nineteen-year-old Arthur the fatal shot, Rolle could
came to
Adams Jr., of Miami have been given the death four hours delib- The sole defense! wit- week to take Mississippi In last the t\\
was sentenced in W est sentence too, because he a eration Tuesday, a 12- ness. Glenn took the wit- summer civil righ-"sucam Dart I
Palm Beach last Thurs- took part In the holdup. man Circuit Court Jury ness stand after Assistant paign were
day to die in the electric the Judge said. declared Frankie Lee Hatp: Attorneys Carllng arrested. The among those .
demonstrators
chair for his part in the Judge White pointedout Glenn euiltv. in the death Stedman and David Good- -
were lodged with
-slsyn::-rof-'Mrs Barbara that Rolle,,,may have of 'his' brother-in-law, with'closed the state that others In tempoarry Jail
Price on Nov. 30. who shot testimony
been even more guilty was! bv a grocer facilities on the fair
The woman was shot than Adams because evi- they both had roh- Glenn Ms' bYother-ln-law grounds.
and killed by Adams and dence showed that Rolle Lnton Terrell. 29.' and
his accomplice, Ronald planned the robbery. 1 bed.Judge John J. Kehoe their friend. Frank each.Bond wa;: set at $100

Holle 27 as they held up White said Rolle may Albert E. Rolle, son of Mr. will pass sentence; on the Woods entered a U-
Palm manslaughter; verdict on Totem market at SW 128th
a downtown West I
have been for of
responsible
Jerod H. Rolle Sr., 1527
Beach dress shop where June 25. <*t. find 87th Ave. last four hours and asked
deaths-Mrs. Price'sand
two N.W. 5th Place, has receivedhis
Mrs. Price was employedas Adam's because he from the Uni- The 25-vear-old Glenn. Feb 7. all wearing stocking questions because "this I Ia Is
M.D. degree
a sales clerk. was the brains behind the sersity of Pittsburgh. who as a hleh school masks and robbed the most difficult case by
Adams was found guilty graduate won n FloridaA till of $47.r! Armed with Its very nature in which
holdup. Rolle is former Miami
a
and football an unloaded sawed-off Is with
University a man charged
of first degree mur-
der as a result of the Police testified during Times newsboy, a graduate of scholarship, bowed shotgun Terrell was shot murder although he didn'thave
the preliminary hearingand Booker T. Washington High his head and went silently bv Grocer Jaime Kopet- a weapon but is
In Ladd's Towne
shooting during the trial of School, class of 1950. lie man.
the verdict held the
as
was responsible by
321 Datura St., and\
Shop,
Circuit Judge White Imposed Adams that Mrs. Price attended Florida A&M Uni- read His wife his mother Jude Keho told the law If he sets In motiona
the death sentence- had resisted when Adams versity 1950-54 and was a and his two boys. 2 and 3 furors. after the verdict chain of events that
held a gun on her and member of FAMC's Marching were In the courtroom. thev had nroperlv taken results in homicide."
A 12-man-jury convicted took abtout $81 from the 100.
Adams on April 12. cash register. He spent four years in the -

The next day, his Mcompllce During the struggle U.S. Air Force Medical Corps, Carter was caught red ...
Rolle also pleaded) Adams was hhot In the and the recipient of the D.S. Chicago Con Man Foiled handed in the Western '
guilty and threw himselfon foot but police caught degree at the University of Union office as he pickedup
the mercy of the court. him a few blocks away in Pittsburgh in 1960. the dollar. Police said

Rolle was sentenced to the men's restroom In the lie was medical research Miami Morticianthere they found Mrs. Richardson -
life Imprisonment by city bus station. Rolle escaped assistant for one year at by s check on Carter
Judge White. While Adamswas but was nabbed Georgetown University i when he was arrested,
charged with firing later in Miami. Washington. D.C. A Chicago man posingas was none, she notified The would-be funeral
a funeral director triedto Carter Funeral Homeof director was convicted on
filch two Miami fun- Chicago who told the a similar charge in 1960
eral drectors for embalm- police of the suspected police said. He was sentto
ing bodies that never exIsted fraud. for
prison
.t\ one year
1' and sending them to Miami lawmen and the and one day. A St. Louis
p : &: Miami it was revealed FBI told Mrs. Range to funeral home also had a
% Saturday. send only $1.00, which current Indictment against
Charged wth the fraud, she did.HUNTSVILLE. him.
a_ Marshall Garter 41. was
J arrested in Chicago. A "
federal indictment charges Gov. Wallace's NewsmeifsTowr
that he telephoned the : I

funeral homes and told .5 Backfires
them he had embalmed a
body that was to tte sent 5

to Miami for funeral and Ala. Gov. the editors and reporters of ..s.
that embalming and ship- George C. Wallace's vaunted the economic, political and
ping fees be sent to him "anti-distortion tour" of Ala. cultural discriminations con-
by telegraph money or- bama ran into an unscheduled fronting Negroes in the ,state
der.Mrs challenge here when the visit. They invited the guests to
Artie Richardsonof ing out-of-state editors left contact NAACP branch leadersin
the Richardson Mortu- his banquet to hear the "truth the counties they visitedon
ary said Saturday that about Alabama" from Dr. JohnW. the tour.Angered.
Carter called her and told Nixon and Julian Hall, pre- by the reaction of
I't her that he had a body sident and field director, res- his guests and their partici-
.1"- there for her home, but pectively, of the AlabamaState pation in the NAACP news
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS HONOR TWO;; EXECUTIVE BOARDOn that he needed $201.91 for NAACP. conference, Gov. Wallace'
the body to be sent to Armed failed to attend the farewell
with the facts about
Saturday evening June 12, in the Community Room of the Roosevelt Savings and
Miami. She sent a check the boat and be ach in Mobile
state Dr. Nixon and .Mr. party
Loan Associationthe Dade County Elementary Teachers Association of Childhood Education but never heard
anymore. which ended the fourdaytour
Hall
Branch entertained Mrs. Clarice Littlesretiring past presidentMrs. Charlotte Ford Clark, recipient answered questions firedat
Carter also called Mrs. them by the 50 newsmen for the following day, June 9.
of the honorary Doctor of Laws Degree from Bethune-Cookman College and the entire
executive board. Athalle Range of Range more than two hours. The
Funeral Home saying he NAACP news conference was
The honored members were presented various tokens of appreciation for services
had no way of being paid held at the same ballroom of
rendered to the Association for Childhood Education both locally and internationally. for his servces since a the Sheraton Motel liar where .app'

Bishop Elect Dean N. A. Derrick of St. Nicholas West Indian Catholic Church offeredthe widow had no cash although Gov. Wallace had just failed

blessings and vocalized the Lord's Prayer. While listening to the responses'from the there were some in an attempt to convert a .
Insurance .
honorers, the members and their guests were served a delicious dinner. policies.Mrs. hospital banquet into a press 'fa\\1.el'
Range promised to conference. Resentment has
Pictured left to right are executive board members in attendance: Bertha Jackson the
pay money but called been expressed by some of the
Marian M. Dean, Clarice Littles, Charlotte F. Clark, Blanche C. Johnson, Helen S. Wiley and Chicago to see if there editors against the !
Aurora Crawford. Other guests present were Bertram Dean and William Littles. Photos by was a Marshall Carter nor's maneuver. gover a

Glamour. Funral Home. Finding The NAACP leaders told




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:. 11 MtaMims to Get : ClubwomenInvade !FkfrMi I' *';MMNtrtal, Gats. :>' $f2Ml, ,


; FAMU Degrees .: .: i.r N. st l s" ) ': j J

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Tallahassee M Florida Memorial Col- tulton for the coming year.
of 126 students- including A total Scheduled to receivethe for State Meet lege in St. Augustine has At the same time these
11 Miamians B. S. in pharmacy received from the officeof prospective freshmen will
uled to are sched- I Is the following Albert Advance requests for Education in Washing be given free orientationand
complete the
Dellford Jr.Bachelor remedial classes. to
requirement accommodations that ton. confirmation of
on. June 12 for at degrees FloridaA of Laws: Sam- have come In from grants tohe_ college ready them for college t
and M uel James Moncur. throughout the state indicate totaling $92,861 with work in the Fall.
to University according Master bf Education that the 19(53( session which to provide Jobs for In addition to a grantof.
an announce- Rosetta S. Harris. of the Florida As- needy college students ,$57,779 for on-campus
ment
mad: recently by ,sociatlon; of Women's who wish to earn a por (jobs, at award of $19,911
Edwin: M. Thorpe direc- Club here June 19-23, will tion of their tuition costs has been approved to con
tor cf admissions and I have one of the largest it has been announced by duct an off-campus Tutorial -
records at the university.! odd-year attendances in the office of FMC President Program and
The following Miamiansare i On ]Monday night June its history. R. W. Puryear. another grant of $13,500
listed! with their majors 7, Roltert) L. Woolfork Jr., The Northwest Federated The giant. made under for a Summer Community -
: son of Elder and Mrs. R. and the Venus Clubs, the Work-Stiidy ,phase, of Recreation Program.
From: the College of L. Wtfblfork of 107.: NW the host groups, are en- :the Anti-Poverty Program Both of these latter pro-
Arts find Sciences: WIllIe' 57th St.va 1--> graduatedfrom : thustically winding up provides for pay- jects to b e staffed by
D. Brennan. pre-med; ]Miami: Bench: Senior final preparation for the ment of $1.25 per hour FMC students are* spon-
William L. Gaston, mathe- High School. expected delegation and 15 hours per week, for sored by the St. Johns-
miMcs; Ronald Eugene' Wool fork was the first all members of both needy students in such County Committee for
Hobbs, political science; Negro l bov to graduate clubs are determined that campus jobs as laboratory Civic ResponsiHilty, a
Cyril Arlington Moss, from Beach Tllch. He was no one who attends the library, and office non-profit group.
hlsto"y and geography.From well received by studentsand meeting will leave their assistants. Persons interested in attending -
the School of Ed- faculty or the school. city disappointed with A special Summer pre Florida Memorial
Hh teachers and classmates the hospitality under this Work-
, cation: Millicent Helena paratory program believed College
I Butler; Delores Costella .n spoke of him as a Mrs. Louise E. Taylorof to be the first of its Study Program are urg-
Hills, Gwendolyn C. perfect repre.;entattve. Belle Glade, presidentof kind in Florida, will pro- ed to get in touch with
Johnson, Jane Adderly He wa president of the state group, has vide fulltlme employ- the college in St. "-Augus
W1ker.LIBCITY. two of his classes: a member announced that the ser- ment on the Florida Mem tine. Preference for the
ALASKA JOINS NAACP of the Acjipella Choir, vices of several outstanding orial campus this Sum- fulltime Summer jobs
SOUTHERN PROJECT Because of his unusual speakers have been mer for forty needy Incoming will go to persons .who
musical; talent he was secured for the sessions, freshmen, enabling : graduated from high
Among the more than 200 asked to arrange several:: and that the theme for them to earn a substantial school o r junior college
volunteers who wi II work on sones for the choir.At the meeting will he "Im portion of their this year. ,
voter registration and other the annual choir plementing Our Economicand I
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Alabama Mississippi and Honor Assembly the choir Through Community -
South Carolina this sang two selections) w'llch Action."
summer i is '
DRIYE IN THEATRE Mrs. Blanche Louise McSmith he arranged. He pjaved The Fellowship Tea. Male School Teachers
the, piano for both selec-
a former member of the House after the opening programon
of Representatives in Alaska. tions. Sunday nfternoon will EXTRA MONEY OPPORTUNITY. PART-TIME.
President of the Anchorage Robert plans! to continue feature members of FAWCas
FRI. SAT. t Alaska, NAACP Branch Mrs. the study of music at well as the Florida $50-$60 WEEK //1

I SEE JIM BROWN ALL McSmith has lived in the land Oakland College in Hunts- Association of Girls Club
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t of ice and for the vine. Ala., a Seventh Day which will hold sessions We will train personable men to make telephone appointments *
AMERICAN FOOTBALLSTAR snow past Adventist 'from direct moil leads for
College.
I 15 years. During that period while the senior group is our salesmen.
WHO PLAYS IN t she has been active in not Robert's father is the meeting.A Work 4 hours each evening in our office, Monday thru

HIS FIRST STARRING only the NAACP but many pastor Seventh of Day the Adventist Bethany meeting of the executive Friday. Salary and bonus. Year-round work will not
t board on Sunday
I ROLE IN "RIO COH1CHOS" other community affairs. Church 2500 NW 50th St. night. June 19 will Inau- interfere with your regular teaching position. Telephone *

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I It t Daytona Beach Financing is earmarked for the
of Bethune- science building project.
I I II Cookman College's pro- The only stipulation on
It posed $1,349,000 construc- the United Negro College
tion program has been Fund grant is that it be
closer to realization witha used by B-CC to help
$142,8791 grant from construct campus building -
I 4 the U. S. office of Edu- and renovate obso-
I cation and another grantof lete structures. The sum
$79,920 from the received by B-CC is part
of $3 million distributedby
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1lethune- >okmano Col- nouncement.Dr. .
finhiHUSHHUSH lege president, said the
t
Moore said the ,
l1ali .
hulk of the total cost is i fti d" ,
ance of the construction '
expected to from %
come a has been the t
money goal .
$700,000 loan from the :
_
of
a capital funds drive .
and Home FInance
Housing for $500 which started in j hf
Agency, Atlanta. October. : -
Included in the -
I capital The drive according to .
improvements projectsare an agreement with t h s :'
a Student Union United Negro College I j
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Building about
costing
Fund has been
consideredpart
W11I -- $500,000; a new men's of the $500,000 drive II .V1Nw q YA9 ; t&r
I W'j jj M a-bOrm dormitory, $120,000; andan goal. Of the 277101. still ,' 4 \ '
WAAN NfR[! addition to and
AAmlN N NI reno- needed, he said "all is in :
vation of the present science sight" from undisclosed |; \ / ,

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building 128000. '
sources about
except
I According to an announcement $(18 000. | w
IJ last night by 6O.RP. H
"When the drive reopens ;
SWEET U. S. Representative '
15
July
we hope to
,f'I Herlong, the U S. Office raise this 1 ,1I
CHMlSmSUNDAYrtEDNESDAY $68,000 before
I 'VI of Education grant Sejn. 1." Dr. Moore stated. \; .
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4 THE'MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 18. 1965 Swks
demonstrators Restudy
toward the state capital 472 civil rights NAACP

1 an interracial group, were arrested TAMPA Two branches of Negro pupils are forced to
and charged with parading without a per- the National Association for attend school in a bUilding
each. Two hun- of Colored that is more than
mit and bond placed at $100 the Advancement 50 years
dred of these were juveniles. Some of them People have 'asked U.S. Com- old. built to house only SO
._. northern colleges. Over missioner of Education Francis students. He said, besides
E. SICISMUND REEVE Editor and Publish.rGART were students from Tuesday.In Keppel to restudy decisions hatvng no cafeteria, comPelling .
200 were arrested on to students to
more approval bring
REEVES Editor granting bag
C. Managing Tues
marched on lunches 'the structure
'* Chicago, too, they plans submitted by Brevard Of
.M.mb.f of 1ht Nofortol' N.wpop r.' Publishers Association day. After four or five attempts demonstrators County and Palm Beach Countyin this school is so deteriorated
'" "i.SUBSCRrPJlONRATESSIX'MONTHS succeeded in rearhing the city hall. Sev- which both claim to be complying that the State Board of Education -
:: with provisions of the will not permit
"rf4 t :f AR"-i5" : --: : -$3.00 'fOREIGH'$6.00 enty-five arrests were made. Civil Rights Act of 1964. more money to be spent on It.any"
acting as
nt.r.d at:Second.Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post However, a group of clergymen Daley The Melbourne Branch In Palm Beach County the
Office at Miami Florid a,"under the act of March 8, 1876 intermediaries between Mayor Richard located in Brevard County, West Palm Beach Branch said
and the protestors were able to discuss their based its request on the poor the School Board had gerry
t.OHlc at 6740 NWr'15th.Av.nuo.- Phon OX 10421 facilities for Negro studentsin mandered its boundaries in
problems. of Eau Gallic. such a way "as to present
;: the town a
"CREDO OF'1'HE NEGRO PRESS"ft E. case of de jure,
Jesse not
b.Hv. that America can best Lad defeated There according to only de
: NEGRO PRESS s; Senator Goldwater and 125 facto, segregation."
Former =ent
wh.n It branch pres
notional oc- Buggs.
t .world from racial and antagonism office of Presi-
cords of ," .d jcplor his Republican candidate for the --
fo ovary man rogardUs roc cro or .. ,
speaker '
in 1964 was a < ".7 JSy('N' ; Z
no'man-tho United States
numan'ond I.gol'righfs.'Hating no man, fearing dent of the
Nogrojfrcs* Klclvt: to h.lp .v.ry man in tho firm bollof' that at the Young Republican Club meeting in EARL (CARKOILINSURANCE
all mon,or*.hurt:a* long as anyone Is hold back. Miami Beach's Convention Hall on Wednes- '

day evening. AGENCY of FLAl"
has made known his ,
senator
The former soswo..kw,aop..KtM Xb...A..Uuttw.oft.o. V. W. V* W* *" ttWtt"t
Get Ready For Opportunity intention to try for re-election to the Senatein

Sometimes Ye Editor seeing and hearingof 1968. I t> :r
so many opportunities opened to our young Another speaker was Senator Jacob J. "'*

people today, harkens back to his boyhood Javits of New York. f' 759-4603

days. 'Not with regret because time changes,, oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooocAttention F

and with it comes progress. The world moveson '

and as far as we know there is no end of All Graduates! ; 4602 HW '7th Ave

time.A .
thousand ages in God's sight is but as WE HAVE CAPS AND GOWNS TO PHOTOGRAPH YOU '. If1Im!

yesterday like an evening gone. THAT BIG DAY. COME IN
LONG BEFORE OR AFTER
We do wonder, however, why so few ((1)) Has tU' state suspended your driver's license?

Negroes are not interested in the wonderful ANYTIMEJohnson ((2)) Have you been issued a warrant for failure to obtain

opportunities now open to them. insurance after an accident?

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without effort, and effort means work. Workis InsUrimuCe.SR22's
At a safety conferencefor
not a curse; it is the perogative of intelligence private pilots held recently :

the only means to manhood and the in Tampa it was : 1545 S. W. 1st Street fit.1I
measure of civilization." revealed that smoking : FR 3-2748 '
pilots run out of air i ''<'
FhiMdM Availablv
(while in the air) sooner DR. LONG'S CLINIC .Moitkly .
School News
than on the ground. No ,
School Superintendent Joe Hall has an- wonder there are man y
nounced slashing certain planned services from private plane crashes.
Then a pilot runs out of
the school system for next year. air. he's had it! Hjli WBWMB11L

They include : Four new reading clinics, Smoking is a menace
drop h i r i n g of nine additional visiting that effects the pilot's oM
teachers; and one elementary guidance coun- altitude as well as his at- j

selor and no secondary counselor; eliminationof titude. It was broughtout
that if you smoke a
plans to air condition schools and cancella- pack a day and live in

4 lation, of building Colonial Drive Elementary Florida, you are walking
School. around at an altitude of

The superintendent said the cutting has 7,000 feet Imagine get- [ ]
ting h I g h on cigarettes!
JLINCOLN1j
just begun, other trimmings to be made will be This adds to a pilot's altitude -
brought before the board at its July 7 meet- when in the air.

Jng. If the Federal Aviation '
Anticipated increase in enrollment this Agency wants to elimi- : : ;
nate private plane crashesit
year is from 198,000 to 202,000. may have to filter out ft BANKOF ; ,

the smokeis. Here's a tip ''A, ,
High FlyingThe (filter tip) to smoking ' pilots: Every puff makes MIAMIv: i :.
: .:
Russians have unveiled P
somethingnew it rough. Stay away from ,'" ,,, > "
in passenger transportation a plane tobacco if you want to Full Service Banking All the People,. ;V'Y .
said to be more than five stories high, with a fly right. ,,; :'V: ,.. ';:
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speed of 465 miles an" hour and accommodation Hyperventilation (over- '' '.
breathing) caused by y, ,'.' :' 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue ."r', : :
for 720 passengers. The plane is *: \,'" ", > ,
cap- emotional ', f/: ,
anxiety or "''t Phone .
759-4431 ,, '
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able of flying 6,600 miles non-stop with a load stress, is i another menaceto 'ti' ':"; .". ': '..
of 45 tons. The name of the plane is Anateus flying. The pilot loses k I* the Edison Financial Center ':'"<. ', '
after the Lybian giant in Greek mythologywho the use of his extremities. .
'
Oh, well, he can't walk : ,:
was the son of Poseidon the sea god of up there anyway excepting a : ; < ,:
the earth. .
Ed White, the ,
Maybe other nations will build high or astronaut. The cure is .j/\>:", Now Providing < + ,, ;:i. ::'
talking, thus exhaling the '$ 't ." ,
higher flying planes then the latest mode of : /Ii t j
transportation will become or be named "High extra air. Hmmm 'l :.;.:New Extended Banking Hours, .* ;::k t :: ;t
wonder if women pilots '. ,,:.' :
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'"Flyers. have that problem? .. {, ., ;: wJ< ,;
We don't think these planes will try to The worse menace for Monday. Tuesday Wednesday -Thurfa> r{!, J

outfly our astronauts. Not even the Russians pilots is alcohol. Over- ..' ... *>,.,'<(\ :
would like that. indulgence is responsiblefor > 9:30 am to 2:00: pm ; ,I: 'w.> \
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35% of all flying acci- : '
dents. Why should pilots .: ; '. ,e ,' ,,\; 1 +d

F More WagesIn drink? They can get high 'I ';'' "'I::' .t>if- ,. ,... '.:' t, ':'3< : (,'>>'y,,>\ ,.y',
without liquor. \ > i.
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Jamaica where Seven Arts Paramount repudiate \ '...'.. 'h\t: < Fridays y.t.;. a
To : Smokingon '. o\, ;, 0
movies i f. : J. ', '
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from the U. S. A, is making at Montego .
'tt
the ground can make .: .,.y S" '. '. I
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Bay, there's been labor trouble over wages. you soar, while alcohol in I :'".,., ':i' ',' .' am to 2:0 Pm<,' *' ;',': : !
Jamaicans are employed as helpers to technicians the body while flying can 1 i 'k, 'D::'.\I t, .t < and ,' :... "I
{ M :
Work had been lay you low The loss of f from Hollywood, :
ing on for seven weeks. Jamaican employees go- the use of your extremities ..:,1.r... 5:00 pm to 8:00 ,pm. ,: ,. '
may take you to extremes I 'i' < ;.
.
sought an increase in wages.A but you can talK : ;
fh
member of the Bustamente Industrial your way out of hyper : 'WALK-UP WINDOW OPEN :: ',$ j,
Trade Union warned the visitors not to come ventilation The moral) of ,
the story, dear pilots, i is ,
back unless the wage dispute was settled sat- this: Don't get high whileIn Monday thru Friday J

-t&isfactorily. smoking the sky.habits Switch or you'll your 2:00 P.*.. to. 5:00 Ml I

Editor's Note Book give flying a black eye. !
> Ye Don't forget; while you
Demonstrations go on despite the large are flying, its what's up Saturdays
imprisoned. Mississippi as ex- front in the pilot's .
numbers being
seat that counts 9:00 am to. Moon
in march 0
pected, leads the way." On' Monday a '- _

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 18, 1965 5

Local Kappas honored Brother Oscar A.

Edward with a testimonial dinner in recognition -

education.of his 34 years of service in the field of (WIN UP TO $10Q.flFYOUft


After she has imbibed, and eaten a wonderful -
i meal cooked by herself, and' been en-
brilliant conversation of her
Susan F. Harris is enjoying the "cool" of tertained by the
husband, you can't blame a wife if she resents
the mountains while attending the YMCA
the task of washing the pans and dishes whilehe
Southern Area Council meeting this weekend.
dozes.rP IlTr'ntillcil

Happy to know 111 students took advan- .
tage of "Operation College Headstart," beginning <,t.!""." !.'";:})' .>,>::'f'," ," ","" .<,P';"1.""..'$" ,', '" .'t 0 0GET"
'' ;:> <
at Miami Dade Junior a :'' ,
College on <<
Monday. The 32,000 summer scholarshipworkprogram 4. '. "IUSI(' r

provides a wonderful opportunity for H' 'lit

our community's children. .,' .IAlCING ,:
: .- ':;.' -" ::","'" '-\
:
Eldoris Styles Haille of Crescent City \ ,,1Eviry
EMTfliAIKIIiliT <
spent a couple of days in our town visiting ..., ;" ,..' ,'" " ...." ', '. ,,,, ON STATION FREE
'
relatives and friends. '.; "J < 'i''zx ;
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\ \ :: < BINGO LIS1
< ." W- ; 'x'."
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Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cooke (Marjie) are '.#J
parents of a 7 lb. 8 oz daughter, Trebla Rental I-: : "'Jtf ," Blue Mote Lounge 5211 H.W. 17th Ave., Miami

born last Friday. Congratsl! : : Burger Fair 5351 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami
: ,
:
:. ,. 11515 H.W. 27th Ave., Mia.1Dauy's
Laura Gooding and children, Eddie and \ PRIZES (
Lottie were visitors to Gary, Ga. when they at- .,.. .' h" .-, Market 122 N.W. 14th St., Miami
tended the wedding of Frazier Murgin and ': L AT a Dixie Chenille Pottery 4699 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami

Alice Timmons. \ Economy Drugs 1101 N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami

5720 N.W. 17th A", Miami
Wedding bells continue to chime melod-
LIBERTYCITY POOL Jackson's Grocery 5830 N.W.12th Ave., Miami
iously in our own home town having recently

rung for Freddie Thomas and Dorethea ,.. ,, '.'''' Perry's Dept. Store 1141 N.W. 3rd Avenue., Miami

Portier; Olden Reese and Mary Yvonne r a =, 1:1 Pete's Men's Shop 3672 Grand Ave., Coconut Grove

Harris; Charles Scott and Francina Hall; also Roth Real N.W. 27th Ave.
Estate 14570 Opa-locka.,
for Abraham Turner and Ferricita Pinder. GARDEN ad-PATIO
Congratulations and best wishes to each of Service First Insurance 3497 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami

you. "' Seymour's Food Mart 1304 N.W. 62nd St., Miami

Prayers and cherry get-well wishes are t.,.. ((1.'REAR.... '.OF --PALACE BAR) Tire KingWelter's 3430 N. Miami A"-, Miami
for Aletha Townes, Thelma McDonald, Carl / 301 N.E.167th St.fl. Mia. Bch. {

Hannah, Eliza Dean, Ethel Davenport, Emma 4'NW'691 Terr ft 17fh Av. 5930 S. Dixie Hlghwy, S. Mia.
''Engram and Charles D. Wyche. A.
A. G. 2691 N.W. 54th St., Miami

Monday was Culture Day at the White United Radio & TV 6265 M.W.7th Ave., Miami

House. Painters and sculptors displayed their 1 TV Joe 5211 N.E. 2nd Ave., Mia.1Rlch.ond
creations and poets and novelists read their v
A Hones 10455 S.W. 152nd St., Miami
works. There was music of all types, the ballet
dancers and actors presented parts of prize Muntz TV 43 N.E. 54th St., Miami

plays the occasion, the White House Festival The Independent 6032 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami

of the Arts. Royal Luncheonette 738 -1st St., Miami' Bch. +

James 5 & 10 1200 N.W. 3rd Miami
EVERYONE WELCOME An.,
Girl Scout Troop 409, under the leader-

ship of ,E. Jones and M. Fields, is host to Girl DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF Modern Auto Radiator 1528 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami .,

Guides on their way to National Roundup. Glamour Tress Wigs 708 N.W. 62nd St., Miami' ;
EDDIE HOPE AND THE ROYAL HEAD HUNTERS
Cheryie Kilkeney and Elizabeth. Barro are
Stacy Shoes 3745 N.W. 79th St., Coconut Grove
here from British Guiana, Merele Ross from -
Trinidad and Brenda Sontelli from Tobago. r--- -- .

FLORAL HEIGHTS
Coconut Grove celebrated the second an-
niversary of Elizabeth Virrick Park with HONORS TEACHERMrs. FOR THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATESCALL

bands, floats, marching units and a communitywide Hazel C. Sanders re- .
tires teacher after ser- .'MDae'""","n"' ''"" e apuuexwtAl <
watermelon festival Tuesday afternoon.If as a 1 .nreywrp1yq.
ving irj Dade County School ,

you are interested in becoming a nurse system Mrs.since Sanders 1934..taught at P 1 BONDED g

the Greater Miami Chapter of the Florida South Miami Elementary Jr. O
Council on Human Relations is at work on a High School in 1934-35 with '

program to prepare you for nursing school en- Mrs.cipal,Cleora at Phyllis Pearsol Wheatley as prin-, t1t RENTAL
trance classes will be
exams. Special offered 1935-1950 with Mrs. Grace Al- : !
this fall at Booker T. Washington, George bert as principal, at Bunche
Washington Carver, Northwestern and Mays. Park Elementary 1951 to 1959
Anyone interested may contact Mrs. H. Franklin with Mrs. Alma Brooks as AGENCY
principal (now deceased) and
Williams or Mrs. G. Lewis. ,
at Floral Heights Elementary .., .
.x r. %
1960-65 with Mrs. Grace Al-
Returning to Nassau on Sunday were bert principal.She .
COLLECTION AND RENTAL
Mrs. Gertrude Haven and daughter, Avis is a member of St. A THE LARGEST

Thomas who were in Miami to witness the James A.M.E. Church and
Poinsettia Bridge Club. Grad- AGENCY IN THE SOUTH; OPERATING IN ,
graduation of their grand daughter and daughter uated from Bethune-Cookman HON. L. L. BROOKS
Patricia Thomas. College and earned advanced
DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.
credits at New York Univer PRESIDENT

George Cash of Jacksonville is spendinga sity. She lives in Opa-locka -' 1't.; ; F .t.JiMU! mv _X:"?" '..' ,-"

few days in Coconut Grove visiting relativesand and Miheal is married Sanders, has who one attends son, ...r' ': 'h : = GEORGE, P. HARTH; CEHERAL' :MAN, 'GWtt'," "'I" f<:.,:, :

friends. Miami Central and will be a \

senior next year. ::: ,. i MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN I'
The Friendship Garden Club honored its On May 25, Floral Heights .

outgoing president, lona H. Dukes with honored "Hazel" with "ThisIs ;, I I"h"t __ 10,000, HOUSING UNITS,I .JJ'f ;
+ r -S- ., "' ,,,.
Your Day. She was pre- 575 f-5r"--555- '",' "f r.l", ?
"Echoes of Serviceable Past" :: < '1' ;"" >
a on Saturday sented with a plaque and a ; : service r, : :
: main offfce ; :'
afternoon on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. Percy book of reminacences dedicated <. Bonded also .has:employment t/ .
Styles. Presiding Chollie Estes to her teaching career. J 4150 N.athArenuta-- {\'W .
was
newly ,
:
z'.a; :
elected president, Marjorie Wake, presenteda The P.T.A. President, Mrs. 7:, "'<> : ; ;,, :> f. i ::
plaque to honoree lona Dukes. Haff made from a the presentation P.T.Asso! of a :' A:fl ll time>blk wUtlwit fcjprtitrit to assist yw I.'IOI, .'4.W' prehiis, : .'

plaque ciation for outstanding ser- ;:,", PIn a fleet of'cart giving' Jeer to dale .'IYtc..for tenaati'convealesciOn i4r "

Happy birthday to Thelma Pringle, Ber- vices. i -" ni 6 tra!d Su< q.J.t!acl,,!! fcc_ lt) PL. 9.6133 : ,: "
nice Kemp, Rachel Grier, Rosa Miller, Joyce- There was also a birthday :} I S ::"
celebration with u MAIN OFFICE ,
surprise
lyn Knowles, Emerald Robinson, Joy Belaine .' 1 ': .
and friends.
family
Johnson and Antoinette Silva. On Friday, June 11, she J{ 4150 J .N.W. 7th Avenue., PL9-8733 i4Pnndoitirndo ,: {'i
u.
was also honored by the Poin- ( '''i d'' '';. ''' o"n '*$"J! ;' "'{:'
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Finley entertainedon settia Bridge Club with a chit btr a f.w to expenitve trall.: PlroaerMip! ,usstaorkte: nn.e.searyivilfr. .
:
Sunday evening honoring Mr. ahd Mrs. Bill ter chat-ter get together.ATTENTION _. ,_ ;_._.J.J4' :./1LY; kkhar/;F'u611a.RilattaiN' Dlr. tor, -; fi'i.i...,,k .
Lazier (Juanita Matthews) !
)
11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE
of the
All Pall Bearers YOU'f
Sincere sympathy to the McPhee, Sands Grand United Order of
and Dean families in the loss of their loved Pall Bearers of America, 17325 Homestead Avt. 1163 H.W. 3rd Ave FR 3-. '
ones. Inc., our 37th Annual Memorial Perrine! ICE W553 1675 H.W. 2d St.: OX -24v.J019 .-:.
Service will be held
Ha..oadville Rd.
is winding a. threeweek 'inursday, June 24, 8 p.m. 38oi Grand Art. HI 5-1381 'J '..
Cambridge up W235
Calvin WE
at St. James Brpti.st! Pompano 4240 H.W. 27Hi Avt. HE 5-3466 {
vacation here among friends and rela 14255 H.W. 22.d Ave. :
Church, 323 N.W. 14th St., 2026 N.W.15th St. 696-3322 t'r
tives. One week was spent in Nassau. Rev.J. L. Johnson,pastor. Opa-locka MU 8-0617 20&0 H.W. 3rd Ct. FR 1.5995 \. ,

at North Dade is All members, please
,
teacher -- -"-- "'-.'"
Charles Jones, for the attend, and properly uni ::" .
University of Delaware
attending the r
form.Rev.
P. L. Smith president -
summer.
of the Local Board.



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 18, 1965

Dade Wheatlev and Booker T
K""IWlriS--SiIIIS' i Washington schools and a-
Teacher Now in deacon of St John Baptist
Church is now a rejis'ered ?-
TtadttrThe 'Diserimu.tioi real estate salesman -
: Real Estate and an associate of
Department's'"."of "been done In-' order Z ''to J. Carle Capers a former the Univprqnl RpQ1 Estate

Health Education and maintain segregated white teacher at Phyllis Co. at 4000 NW 7th Ave.
.tA
Welfare has releasr i a facilities in all white or
memorandum frOM J.m- mixed schools and thus You will Mnrl it a pleasure -
l1 missloner of Education avoid faculty desegregation. : to have Deacon
BY DAVE BO.-DU Francis Keppel concerning The problem most criminatory Impact on Capers work with you In
students. It should me un- the purchase or'sale of
complaints of dlscrmlna- clearly arises where prev-
takably clear that such
tory dismissal of N e g r o iously Negro schools are your property. The many
One hundred and fifty billion dollars that sounds school teachers in con- closed. It Is also alleged policies or practices are new or used homes or on
like a lot of money. Well, don't kid yourself it is quitea nection with school de- that threatened dismis- prohibited by Title VIol FHA or VA homes Is
bundle Since the Civil Rights Bill the Civil Rights Act the made available through
was passed, local segregation. Copies of the sals are sometimes usedto
businessmen! are beginning to get their hands on some of memorandum were dis- put pressure on Negro departmental Regulation their office and you can
that hundred and fifty billion dollars. That is the amount of tributed to the staff of the students not to exercise issued thereunder and the be helped if you call
Statement of Policies of 751-8642 634-5705 and
money Negroes spend per year. Since the Negro now has the Office of Education and to their rights under desegregation or
April 29, 1065. ask for Mr. Capers.
the right to go to any movie, restaurant, hotel, golf course, chief State school officers. plans bused on
etc., to quote a local man, "they have found out that black Text of the memoran- freedom ot choice.
and white 'equals green" and we do mean green-backs. dum follows: We are in the process of
Doqrs that' were once closed because a person's skin was A number of complaintshave investigating these com-
darker than another's are now flung wide open.'the big companies been received by the plaints. While under Title ATTENTION!!!
'like Coca Cola, Peps i, (who has a Negro Vice Presi oft leers of Education that VI our authority does not
dent; Cigaret companies, Eastern Airlines, General Motors, some school districts are extend to the employmentof
beer companies, and many more now have Negro representatives utilizing the desegregationof retention of individual "MODBL BOMES"NOW
They are beginning to realize that this Negro Mar their public schools as teachers our compliance
ket is a vast market, and the Negro demands bigger and the occas.on for actual or procedures do provide for
better things. The so-called "White" night clubs are beginning threatened dismissal or review of policies or pat- BEING OFFERED FOR SALE .
to make the transition to integration, too, and the release of Negro teacherson terns of discriminationwith
smaller bars. Believe me, when it comes to trying to get a discriminatory basis.It regard to teaching 1141 & 1131 NW 75 St.
some of that one hundred and fifty billion dollars, the color is alleged that this has staff which have a dls- ,

of green becomes the fashion, and no one even stops to
look at the color of the hand that extends it. ---------- ------ CUSTOM'BUILTGENIE HOMES

. PRICES SLASHED HURRY COMPARE!
WEICOM NG
THEN BUY THE BEST HOMES IN MIAMI.
PRETTY GIRL OF THE
WEEK. Dianne Nieto (Cock- 3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS

tail waitress at My Cousin's Gv OPEN FOR INSPECTION SAT. & SUN. 1-6 P.M.
PI ace). ,

PRETTY BOY OF THE
WEEK: Johnny Williams, Band Fenster Really
Box Barber Shop.POLICEMAN. t

0 F THE 1 t' I BROKER '

WEEK: Sgt. Lury Bowen tt PL9.8779w I

""" 777 Curtiss
DISC JOCKEY OF THE Parkway t
WEEK: Allan Rock of WMBM. I 'o I ##" # II"II,,
N.W. 36TH STREET, MAMI SPRINGS

If you love something, GREEN -MANSIONS-HOTEL ,
don't kick it eat it. Thatis t
the story of Ulysses Gib- r Earl'sQ
son from down Coconut Grove
Pa EsQ
way. He tells me that he loves oRS Y
catfish and caught seven on MUSIC BYOriginal Q K bra LonN e
one of his recent fishing trips. Then he caught one more,
and decided to be generous and kicked it back (cause it was
kinda small, and instead of throwing it with his hand, he The Cousins .
kicked it gently toward the water. That is when it all hap- Where old nd new friend meet
pened! The fin of the catfish went through his shoe and cut a
his big toe. The moral of this story is, as I said before, if 1 NITES A WEEK EARL( DOS'
you,love something, don't kick it, eat it. ,
PHONE 1& -64fl 4400 N.W.1TH AVE
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Jerry Lewis, of the Mau Mau Club, located at the Green NO COVER NO MINIMUM TABLES FREE
Mansions Motel in Miami Springs, is presenting the Cousinsand
their band plus a show on the week-ends. The Mau Mau SHOW TIME FRI., SAT & SUN.
is a, swinging place and is another club we can visit and LADIES FREE FRI. SUN.
have a ball. Under New Management
Last Show at 2:30

Popular Dave Marks will be leaving for New York on
Jbhn'sParisian
July 1, and is looking for someone to help him drive his King

flivver (a 64 Chevy) up there. He wants someone who will be . . . . . . .
willing to chip in $20 to help defray expenses. Do you know Boom'
of any other way you can get to New York for $20 Well get I
to walking then. If you'd rather ride, call him at 7575093. -j '
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PARIS Tyr.t ,'f ,* : .AT19111 ST. & 1TH AVE. :, .
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QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: The Mr. James Club is . . . DOUBLE DECK

bringing in Johnny Nash for this weekend As for me, while ONSTAGE ; fIN JUNE 18-19-20-21 )
you are reading thisI am at Marietta's Guest House in Nas-
sau Sir John's Dave Probinsky, is at home and resting PfR ON : 4Ca
nicely after being hospitalized for quite a spell Clyde
Killens is getting ready for his vacation to the NAWTII -
The club, across from the James Club, called My Cousin'sPlace ie's' PLUS STAR sY,
is having a show for the week-end Isn't it a shame '
.sRLs : STUDED EXOTIC
that in all Dade County,we only have four Negro women who .*.
play golf and only one twelve-year-old boy? That twelve REVUE ; 4 I
year old is the son of golfer Coleman White, whom we all NEW GUMME+
love and call "Peanuts." Shoots a good game, too.
5 I I I I MAT1NEEIN o

minute of it, MID SHOW S CONT.IH2 IN CROWD BANDs
Till next week, you live life, every golden s FRI.SAT DAILY
'cause I'll be living it in Nassau. PEACE! I

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Rot Hill Fashion Revue July 16

207 NW 36 ST aid! 2nd Ave Come in and say "hello"to Young Adult Collegiate Dances Thursday sites
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PLAYBOY ROOM AND BLUET!ROOM
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8 THE MIAMI.. TIMES. ._Friday, June 18, 1965 ---...-_- -. .,. >I > *
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I' ; t "H. Canaveral" Acres. >:Beckon M Property; Seekers, J I

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I- I L :;:; > ':70 Tracts: Sold' :., I

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+ t A trip to beautiful orange Rev. Ira McCall, disc jockeyof
grove country, entertainmentand famed WMBM. Elder Rhodes,
a big Bar-B-Que, greetedthe well known in the Belle
many happy people who''Glade' area, was also on hand ,
made the trip to visit Cana- and contributed to the successof M
veral Acre last Saturday and the trip. t
Sunday. Mrs. Lee Bir, resident "R .
The chartered air-condit- property manager at Canaveral ', .
ioned busses left Miami at 8;Acres reported that over 70 ,.'. '" .
in the morning and stopped in tracts of land were sold to ;;
Dania, Pompano Beach West persons who went on the week 55
Palm Beach and Belle Glade. end trips.
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A
Then with Preston Tillman,
1 r Master Broker in charge from This Sunday, June 20, the
third free trip will embark with 4 }
Palm Beach, the buses arrived -
at magnificent Canaveral WMBM disc jockey Bobby .
Acres. Terry. Because of the limited }
The "Rocking Big Daddy" space on the buses, plans.
from WRBD, Bucky Johnson, should be made today to KO.
Information can be obtained
who himself is a property
owner Canaveral Acres,was by calling Mr. Thomas at
M.C. for the trip along with 759-2441.
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New ConceptsIn r f i { BLANCHE CALLOWAY

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Mr. Bond 'is proud, proud, proud_to announce
Blanche Galloway as, Public Relations Consultant'for
I Mr. Bond. And, we wc're very proud;of;the tribute to
Blanche in' the Sunday News. And'we' love listeningto
Natural ColorPhotography Blanche, twice daily on.WMBM.1 1Mia ni' has one
I thing in common-itheir admiration for Blanche Callo-.

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(Top) Prospective buyers looking over the tracts of Guest Houses
available land at Canaveral Acres. (Center) Free Bar-B-? Dugies ; .: ,

4fflrnUat and soft drinks of the Canaveral Acres
was lust part trip to The house of unusual rooms
last Saturday and Sunday. (Bottom) Mrs. Lee Bir, resident "Keep us In mind"A
property manager at Canaveral Acres, presents to the winner
better place, challenge to find
we you
the ham that is raffled off at each trip.
Seeing Is believingThe
accommodations you receive

\.f NW 1TH AVE PL 9-5431 ::f$ ir: :SW'HKM.IIIit :". ii You find only In this brotherL
1&215 '
it WEN 24 HOURS A DAY ': d'
r most dramatic character studies conceivable I ,,1fu:{ : 4 .' i.9
*' .. < 291( N.W. 4TTH STREET':8343851:
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I ,1>?.fOf:" : Metro ;Dad.Purks '< '
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mrari Sri-sir's-.e s s .. O11OOjo'oIf\} _:_U _...,,___.......'..... __._...---.od JAMAICA' DUGIE ,;, ,,>
The free summer schedule Always o friend
at pools and beacheswas
launched Monday.
+ $. June 14 by the Recreation
r 1 Division of Metro County
Park and Recreation Department -

At the. beaches classes Y
will be conducted at the US\"S,

levels of and pre-school adults. At Beginners the- ; (() > ,

pools classes at the levelsof
beginners (nonswimmer -

intermediates), advanced and beginners swim-, 2715 NW 54th St. 634-9389

,. mers (to be eligible you
must have passed each
i previous level.) Also
classes In junior and RECORDS
*::1: senior life saving eligibleto
S those having passedthe
"swimmers" test 12
years old or in the 7th SUNDRIESNEWS
grade for juniors and Ifi
years old or in the 11th :

I ::itZ -*_ --- :: will grade also for he seniors.available Classes at
:::
the pools for ladles synchronized THE LATEST POPULAR & SPIRITUAL RECORDS
swmmng. No
pre-school ages' taught at
the pools until Septem-

The James E. Scott Community Association Day Cart Committee held its first ber.All classes will be
unusual recognition and. appreciation I I program for committee members, and community ducted in the morning.con-
leaders who have rendered service to the Day Care Centers. Monday through Frldav
:
This program was the realization of long range planning by George Williams who for a two week period.
has done-on outstanding job as Day Care Committee Chairman. Pictured above are the Classes are scheduled af Mr. James ClubCORNER

,. following persons who received certificates of appreciation. Left to right: Herbert Day, follows.
Co-Chairman Day Care Committee; Mrs. Mamie Williams parent Mrs. Elizabeth Borer
parent Mrs. Ida Davis, parent; Mrs. Inez Foster, newly appointed chairman of Day Care June 14 June 25 N.W. 36TH STREET & 2ND AVENUE

Committee; Chairman, Patrons Council Ho. 1; Mrs. Patsy Atkins, parent; and George June 28 July 9 PRESENTSJOHHHYNASH
Williams, Chairman of Day Care Committee and Board member of JESCA since 1958. July July 26 12 -- August July 23 6 '.""""T-----',i.t, __' -,'....,.,., ...... "'.-._"'-' .....wm",.'1'',$" ,

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The KS, vfatj&HiBir: ,, *'. .
areas Involved *-" ,
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I$380 DOWN $69 MONTH Park Beach. Matheson JMCKWEST]
.1 I Hammock Beach. Cutler AND THE! GEORGE PATTERSON [DANCERS
BE A NURSE'S AIDETHE 42 bedrooms 1 both, Ridge Pool Richmond E '
qualifying. Move in today. Heights Pool. Tropical : 'PLUS 2 GREAT SWINGING BANDS
Estates Pool Norwood \
I 0--- Mvr'le: Grove. Bunche ;Billy Miranda! :& His ,Royal :SWkiFreddiV

IDEAL SCHOOL FOR '| $100 DOWN -$68 MONTH I Park Pools. and Little River } Stott;:& Bennie, Latlmort; Combo

Registrants must be 1 (FRI!. $AT. I. !!
TRAINING NURSES' AIDES 13| & SUN;
bedrooms CBS tileI < ,
registered
at the nool or I ; : I 1
FLACLER STREETCell I I bath, newly pointed in and each office. Children !; JUNE I1-i8-(9L 20 !
2380 W. 0.'. Nice area. Hoar 1 must have completed first jCOHTI4000S .
made in !school to he : ; ENTERTAINMENT
elie-
[ schools. Call today. ,
for lafomatloa and for brochure 444-4637 or 443-974) ( ,
ihle for lessons.: Instruc- > '
... ... tion at nools and beaches | iWdayjAmateur: ,I ;Nitt! Thusdoy|I Ladies 'Nit.i .
Moralog classes 9 12 ,... /
I| TOO REALTY CO. 1 I
Is free but a 15
cents admission !
Butterball
,I Your & M.C. /
Host
Eft.ll classes 7-10 ,... 801 N.W. 54TH ST. to nools only will (; : ;
I be charged. !
: Girls must !
REGISTER HOW FOR NEW CLASSES 1759-6372 7594132 I I wear bathing caps at the 1 ; i .
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<,"",., irk; : ,.,<:,,";.\,", WEEKLYjSOCIAL -. WMBM "Elks 1IIIi'A"THE""" i,,'MIAMI,. 1"'''TIMES- Friday. ,-June- 18..,..-1965- --.-. 9ENcs .
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Going Over Philly August 12 |fr Frtfjem Fred J

:;HtB IV<1 MI/IIND liBELS y,<.1t j: Big Seat Allotment for the .nnuu___,__..n__' _, -- ---",-.. .' n. ....:"";'>>:tBOW''WJ<,:
Radio 38 nocspnper: "Elks Spec-
Station
WMBM
MR. BOND'S WEEK --- PHILADELPHIAThe racial prejudice and racial -
I is proud to ial" leavn| Miami for the
r that beginning announce National Elks ConventionIn Grand Lodge of Elks has injustice raises its
THAT WAS % June l4foral3week Monday Philadelphia is filling set a goal of $45,000 for ugly head. The Grand
the 1963: Elks Freedom local and
s period "Radio Bingo" will fast. Seatng arrangement Lodge lodges
One rainy night last week he nlayed all day on this is on a first come first Fund. and this money temples from coast to
five ladies had a social at the .k station. serve basis and Daughter will be used to assist the coast have made financial

home of lyonth Robinson. It Through this Gladys Wallace, Chairmanof Civil. Rights Revolutionin contributions to civil-
was the perfect evening to sit 04 I WMBM listeners promotion can win the Convention Bus all sections of the coun- rights movements and organizations -

home and enjoy a beauty dis- 3' as much as $100 a day Committee is advising all try. It has previously fighting to
cussion with Model Susan : the minimum amount that those that wish to make raised and donated $30.- gain first-class citizen-

All.n. can be won is $150 per the trip to leave a deposit 000 which has been donated ship for Negroes.
Mrs. Amy Riley had another week ($25 a day.) along with their names at to rights organi- Judge Reynolds was
social
p petite with our new .1 The game starts each North's Travel Bureau, zations, schools, colleges elected Grand Exalted
senior model Alice Jennings. .1 day at 8 a.m. and is over get a recipt and a seat and universities throughthe Ruler of the IBPOE of W
Personal consultations with our Mr. Bond Model as soon as a Bingo card generosity of the five Since that
t 1104 N. W. 3rd Ave., and years ago.
Claudine are reported Allen very successful and a lot of fun. Model *I tI! is completely filled ap- number. Brothers and Daughtersof time, the IBPOE of W
spent a busy week visiting these proximately 4 to 5 p.m. the Order. has been moving steadily
are some of the homes: Mrs. Belle Riley, Mrs. Stroude WMDM is distributing; Round trip cost on this The Freedom Fund forward.
air-conditioned
bus with
and Mrs. Davis of Opa-locka, and Mrs. E. Thomas approximately 40,000 this
full toilet Goal was announced Judge Reynolds created
also of Opa-locka. "I do so enjoy Bingo cards each facilities is $45.
personal consul week week by Hobson R. Reynolds the Elks Burial Fund
tations, says Mrs. Allen, "it's intimate throughout Dade The bus will leave the
very County.
and I Exalted
Grand
which
has
make a lot of new friends." We are confident this Elks Rest for the con- made burial
:
Ruler of the Elks. Simultaneously donations of 250000.
game will greatly Increase vention at 329 NW 16th over
Model Alice Jennings dropped in at the home of our listening audience Terr. on Thursday night Judge Perry U. He recently dedicated a
Mrs. Ella Mae Miller; and our new senior Model Janice and. therefore add hand- August 12 at 9:00: o'clock Jackson grand treasurer, three million dollar Elks
Maycock and Mrs. Rogers had a nice afternoon to ..S somely to the benefits and returning leave Phi and Mrs. Nettle B. Smith low Income Housing Project
4 gether. that accrue to each of ladelphia August 21. grand Daughter Ruler, in Chattanooga.He .

.4 And oh, yes, Mr. Bond Models are excited our sponsors and more stated that proceeds from obtained a $12
.. with their new lavender carrying cases, lavender very head .. especially to those who' the dinner honoring million FHA grant for

bands, and lavender lace gloves. Now will .. are directly In contact Grand Exalted Ruler the erection of an Elks

spot a Mr. Bond Model She will be a you bright spot always ... with WMBM Radio Dlnso.r FOR SALE : Reynolds during here the retirement center In
of lavender and so elegant. .. ---- Lodge convention California.He .
4 will eo to the Freedom
News has it that Mrs. Howard looks simply gorgeous : Open For You $350 DOWN Fund.-The dinner will be conducted a regis-

in her new hand-made wig. And Mrs. Frederick .. I MONDAY, JULY 5th t $66.28 MONTH held Wednesday August which ter and resulted vote campaign in hun-
left the Lavendar
Salon wearing a flame red "Instant Everyday i I. a Holiday 18 at 7 p.m. in the Shera-
... Beauty!" Two old friends of Mr. Bond I Hotel DaUroomReynold's dreds of thousands of
trying new All kinds of music, I ton
every- Duplex CBS FHA Negroes
summer styles were Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Mc Keller. qualifying to.
dayEverybody leadershiphas .
We also welcome Mrs. a I finance. Tile bath ter- vote throughout the.*
McCroney, Mrs. Mock, Mrs. welcome. t catapulted the Im-
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.. Scott and Mrs. McIntosh to our Mr. Bond Family. 1 p.m. until? roio floors, stove, refrigerator proved Benevolent Protective country.
*
All the above beautiful ladies look like Mr. Bond I t hot water Order of Elks of
Models, too! FOUNTAINBLEAU PATIO
heater. Good income the World into the fore-
Blo9che Callowoy is public relations consultant t (Formerly Shaddie's Place)' On 3 bus lines. front of the Civil Rights HELP WANTEDCAB
property.
for Mr. Bond Models. Mr. Bond Models conduct the 6804 N.W. 15th Avenue struggle. The ,Elks' Civil

... Beauty Socials that have become such popular even- .* I MUSIC BY NATURE BOY t OWNER Liberties: Department has Society DRIVERS.Cab Office Apply at

... ing and week-end entertainment. Either at home or at | AND HIS FRIENDS PHONE: 635-3446 been working round-the- 21st St. 269 NW
an organizational meeting a Mr. Bond Model conducts L clock in all areas where
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a program that reveals the beauty secrets she has *

: been trained in; the proper use of cosmetics the *
secrets of make-up, how to walk sit, and stand. A QOOOOOO Special BelietiNoooooANYONE OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.
I .* private Beauty Consultation can be also arranged with :-
: a Mr. Bond Model. To *
arrange a Beauty Social
or a
'
' Private Consultation call 759-2482. If the model's HAVING TO MOVE BECAUSE OF ; r
House
X ivy Your,
schedule is overcrowded at present, an evening will I I URBAN RENEWAL OR EXPRESSWAY SEE US Wiry ?
be arranged in the *
near future. A Beauty Social or
I
Private Consultation is a free public service of Wigs I NOW!
.
By Mr. Bond. *
*"": I 'SEE: 819 N.W. TITH STREET
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,..GALLOWAY'S, CORNER' I [$100 Bays a Beavfifvl Home;
'f' f>*V*.. I 4 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, LARGE CBS HOME
.. Ladies, I plan to select a Mr. Bond "Woman of 4r I
the Month." I want FOR LOW PRICE WITH $2,000 DOWN.
you to join me in making this selection I
The "Woman of the Month" should be out- FORD REALTYJNC Broker
standing in the community. She may be a wonderful I Owner WI 5-9886

1r organizational leader, a creative artist or musician a I 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635.4595
marvelous mother a clever business woman- or have
many other outstanding qualities. Think about who I OoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooMonies

.. you would like to nominate as ,Mr. Bond "Woman *
Month." Mail your selection to me, care of Mr. Bond I ... !JO_ 9. God's offering is his chosen
: Wigs, 1552 N.W. 54th Street, or call 759-2482, or if I I : : .
in the neighborhood drop by the salon, and tell us : 'Sa f d e..le people. These are the
.* your selection. Be sure and tell me what your lady .*. : t I people who give bread instead

has done and the reason for sI of stones.
choice
your
; and be sure .. '
... to give S Evil doers; murderers, re-
your name, address
and phone number. k. fer and
... cigarettes uncover
; evil which do more damage than
it REMINDERS This 5
: week, support the Urban 7. "
refers in crippling and making
League.
0 Join the
membership drive of the Carver divisions and will destroy
it Branch YMCA. PRESENT AT
people if they don't stay with
. . . . . . r God.

-- Remember, talents used by
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Dianne Bowen is MISS SUGGS AT NEW MACEDONIA SALTER'S CHAPELIt

NEW PRESBYTERIANThe 3165 NW 56th Street was Youth Day at
i Repeater in St. Rev. Roscoe Jackson, Salters Chapel Sundaly.

week the New Presbyterian pastor And such a wonderful
James' Youth church for all People, Willie J. Beard, reporterOn program at 11 a.m. ser- I
meeting at N.W. 12th Ave. and last Sunday afternoon vice headed by the Sun- .
Day Drive 43rd St., announced the ad the annual Sunday day School Dept., with I
dition to its staff of Miss Ruth School Promotion Exercise Mrs. Annie Gunter in
METROPOLITANRev. BERT COOPER, reporterSt. Suggs. Miss Suggs, a graduate was held. Thanks to charge The call to wor- Mt. Sinai'sAnnual
James nad one of its student at Columbia Theological Rev Ross the Sunday ship was by Miss Chris-
J. J. Williams, pastor best Youth Days in its Seminary in Decatur, Oa.. School and Junior Churchof tine Bogan. Miss Gallon Men's
i M. Bannerman, reporter history last Sunday. Seat- is serving during the summer New Shiloh for rend- and Mr. Whitehead Jed

Many members and ing was at a premium and as director of Christian education ering such an inspiring devotional service. Music Day Drive SundayThe
friends worshipped withus many had to stand thru- service. was furnished by Miss
last Sunday. Choir No. out the program even the Miss Suggs is a native of Tonight (Friday) th e Carolyn Williams and Annual Men's Day
3 furnished the music pastor and some officers Wtlahta and is a graduate of Deaconess Board will begin Alclean Sales. Miss: Chris- Drive of the Mt. Sinai
and usher board No. 3 stood in the doorway of Atlanta University. She will its anniversary. Our tine Bogan introduced the Baptist Church will cul-
served. the Liberty Square Com- receive her Masters degree in own Rev. Jim D. Wil- speaker Miss Irene Edward minate its activities on
Roderick K. Strachan, munity Center. Christian Education from Co- liams will be the speaker. :Miss Bernice Ward Father's Day, June 20.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ber- The songs of the youth lumbia next May. On Sunday afternoon, }pinned the corsage on The Church With The
tram Strachan was baptized choir from Macedonia Miss Suggs office is at the Rev. Solomon of New her. Miss! Mary Ann Clayton Warm Welcome" of which
during this service. Baptist Church and the 40 12th Avenue location where Macedonia M. B. Church, sang a solo. All who the Rev. S. A. Thomas is
The following people teenagers from Kendall she is working in the regular Hialeah will deliver the were not there missed a pastor, promises an enjoyable -
worshipped with us last Methodist church were 'Sunday Church School, plan anniversary sermon. treat. I wished every day for all who
week: Mr. and Mrs. Ber- scintillating and reverbe- ning regular youth recreation Sis. Roscoe Jackson Pres. youth could have been worship there. A special
tram Strachan Leon Mc rated throughout the aud- nights, and securing leadersfor there to hear this teenage welcome is extended to
Cartney, Mrs. Clclorla torium. a Vacation Church School ALLEN CHAPEL speaker.In allThe
Wets, Sam Murphy, Mr. for Children to be held August 422 NW 22nd Terr. this space age only chairman, DeaconJ.
and Mrs. Williams of i[ 113. All persons are invited Rev. W. A Curry pastor one with a gift from God D. Stokes makes a
Greater Bethel Johnny phi 1 to participate in the education- Services begin SUn- could have spoken this special appeal to "All
Brown. Washington D.C.; lal program of this new church day with Sunday Schoolat wav telling the youth of Fathers on Their Day"
Miss Osburn and Miss i J.[ for all people. 9.30: a.m. with Supt. today what they must do and especially those withno
George of Mt. Zion Bap- Terrance Hill presiding, and what they owe to particular church affiliate -
tist Church. :IANTIOCH BAPTIST assisted by his teachers.At society and their God to join the men of
Last Sunday afternoonthe 11 a.m. worship With her tender age she Mt. Sinai on this great
graduating exercisesfor w Rev. J. W. Stephenson fathers will be honored. spoke like an adult. :Miss
Y day.The
the kindergarten were pastorM. The pastor will deliver a Edwards held her audi- speaker selectedfor

held. Despite the rain a K. Watkins, reporter special Father's Day ser- ence spell hound. We wantto the morning services
hear from her asain. will he the Rev. W. O.
thanksto
large crowd wa: on hand The youth say mon.A
for this event. their many friends for special Father's Day Miss Veronica Williamsand Wells pastor of the St.
program will be Orlen Adams were Paul Baptist Church of
Awards and certificates making their Youth Daya presented -
at 7:30 presented wth a trophyfor Cocoa.
: under the direction
great success. As -
were given out to four- know this month is dedi-you of Mrs. Fannie the Boy and Girl of Rev. Wells I is the son of
teen children. Little Miss Spry Gaddy. Father the year all the rest wereiven the late Rev. O. W. Wells
cated to the youth, so on
Alyne Byron won the title
certificates for their
Sweeting will be the who was pastor and
June 27 we will celebrateour
of Queen and Stanly Scott anniversary. speaker. Mr. C. C Miller Sunday School and church founder of the ;Mt. Olive
was crowned King. Pic- will be presented to work. Baptist Church of Fort
tures of the children were Rev. A. C. Swain and several selectionsWe sing ;Miss Emily Benson; will Lauderdale. He attended!

taken. the junior department will have Just returned he In Orlando Wbdnes- Bethune Cookman College -
c The following children be our guests. We are from our Sunday School day for the :Missionary. received! his bachelor -
were contestants in Met- asking your support. convention which was Sunday will he our church of theology decree
ropolitan's Baby Contest: j Thanks to the Rev. held at St. Paul AME anniversary Do come and 1 from the American Baptist -
Alvaretie' Pitts Sheila DIANNK BOWEN Randle and! Rev. Youngfor Church. enlov yourself. SisterWillie Theological Seminary.

Patterson. Lisa Leland, their splendid supporton Last I Sunday the Sun- Thorpe 1 is!I still i in Nashville. Tenn. and
Robert Cunningham III A Repeater our Youth Day, day School festival was Jackson Hosptal. Quarterly his B. A. degree from Fisk
and Darkle Hicks. Please for and visit Conference will be
Dianne Bowen, 1 a s t pray held. :Many visitors from University.
The winner was Robert year's winner of the first our sick and shut-in. throughout the city were Friday nitrht. Elder Blake HP has served pastorates -
Cunningham who reported place trophy again came Our revival is in pro- presented. Group captains is In' charge. both in Tennessee and
$58.97; runner up, up victorious with a report gress. Rev. J. M. :Renton reported $110.TRANSFIGURATION. Continue in prayer for Florida. He I is ,a, member
"
Sheila Patterson $27: A. of $150; behind her from Savannah Ga. is the the sick and those orleved 1 of the Omega Psl r Phi
Pitts $11. Lisa Leland came another repeater speaker. over the loss of loved I Fraternity He Is president l-
$10 and Baby Hicks to be ones. of the local branch
Betty Brown, then Alfred Fr. Elisha S.
Clarke Jr.
reported. NAACP, dean of the J. T.
Scott and Glenda Pet r-
TEMPLE BAPTISTThe vicar
Brown Seminar of the
There was also a very son. Sunday, Church School ST. BARNABAS W.M. Fla. East Coast
nice turnout for the social men of Temple will)) 9:10: Baptist
Sunday night's special : a.m.: Solemn Sung Rev. E. A. Culmer pastor District; assistant Bible
tea sponsored by the take over Sunday, Father's Mass and
guests were the kinder- Sermon with i Rowena Richardson, expositor Ministers and
Sunday School. Many garten graduates of St. Day. The male chorus. procession 10M5: a.m. reporter Deacons Union. Northern
thanks to everyone who under the baton of Dea. Thorp
James at the Twilight will he
corporate Last Sunday morning District. He 1 is marriedand
helped to make this Keuoin Hepburn and with
u communion
Service. These tots from 3 on Sunday
service was enjoyed by the father of a son
success. to 9 really were superb. :Miss Elsie Douglas at the for all fathers commemorating everyone. Our assistant and daughter.
console will render musicat
The director for the Father's nay
d The
pastor. Rev. Demerltte evening service
all the services.
ZION HOPE Macedonia Mrs. Wednesday.: June
Group was 23 preached a touching ser- will basically he filled
Elizabeth Jackson Willie Mae Williams while The Masonic family the 1'\'e of the Nativity mon. Everyone felt thespirit with Gospel Musicals .;
( the from Kendallwas wall; observe St. John's or fit John Baptist Low
reporter group and! their souls weie thefen's: Chorus that I is!
Rev. Paul Freeman pastor directed by Mr and Day Sunday at 3 p.m. at Mass and Sermonette 8p.m happy. The Junior Choir bound fo "tnuoh vou."

Service was spiritually, Mrs. Charles Batchelor. Temple. The services was In charge. After service and make you testify to
Bill directedthe promise to be inspiring.The Events:: The Saint Verrn'ra's
high all day last Sunday. Soderberg one of our mel"hel'sFrieda the fact that. "I'm glad
We were blessed with 8 chorus and choir. ""Trip Around The Chapter of the Wright was join that I came to Mt. Sinai."
members joining our Of course for our group World. sponsored by the ECW will have n meeting ed in holy matrimony to
church. the director was Mrs. Male Chorus is coming to Immediately following the Henry Lawrence. After
The pastor Is asking all Ann Smith. an end soon. The date 10-15: o.m.Jass: on Sun- the beautiful: ceremony Gamble's Memorial

members to attend their Among guests were Mr. will l'a announced next day.The they left for Nassau to niriirn OP GOD T\
weekly meetings. and Mrs. G. Holmes Braddock week. night Is almost sn"nd their honeymoon.. CHRIST
No. 1 choir will have He is a member of Men's Day Is just five here: Church Annual Boat The men are working very
dinners for sale Saturdayat the School Board. weeks away. The chair- Ride. Friday June 25 hard towards a big fath WP are verv happy to
1201 NW 51 St. Please Patrick Range the man and co-chairman.: Pier 5: Dream float Get er's Day program report the preat success
stop by. speaker in the morningwas Bro. EV1. Thompson :and your tickets now. Load* of Our morning speaker n' our lire-Father's Day
No. 1 usher board will indeed masterful in Deacon R. Hepburn say fun. Come all For Information will be Rev. Lester AlBert dinner}' which was held Km
t be selling barbecue Sat- his oratory. His words they would like everyonego call chairman: The women of the l last< Sunday The men oc-
urday evening at the flowed in a flawless manner "up there" with them. James Lucas. church are planning a copying the honored
church. Please stop by that should make him Get well wishes go to The Cadet Corp ceremony luncheon for the men after guest table were Elder
for we will he more than one of our budding public Mrs. M. Munnings at was quite impres- service. J. C. Jackson, pastor. Elder -
glad to serve you 5129 speakers.The Jackson Memorial Hos- sive on last Sunday. We There will he a sale at Taylor, a minister
NW 17th Ave. pital and Bro. Carl Hannaat now feel more boys will the home of Mr and l ;Mrs. from South Africa, MinIsters -
We wish to say to all youth missed their Christian Memorial become affiliated, Ardley Richardson 77fi Seahrooks and
goal: of $1.000
visitors, friends, they are by only. Hospital NW filth St.. Saturday Cooper; Deacons Simmons -
'$150. They raised 850 CO. NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. y
always welcome. Please night June 10, also a and Harris. The
come again. W. E. Sims. pastorA. beautiful spread will fte ministers' wives served
MT. CARMEL NEW PROVIDENCE L. Stephens reporterWe given to the person that: the honored guests.
Rev D. A. Bradley. paMor Rev C..1. Uuinev.. pastor enjoyed a verv high holds the lucky ticket The public Is very cor-
MT. PLEASANT
BAPTIST Louise Mod riff reporter Claudia( : WIKon. reporter day throughout last Sun- Please come out with us dially Invited to attend

(OPA LOCKA) Sunday we had a h i g Sunday \\,:a.; Youth D.iy. day Our No. 1 choir along and enjoy wonderful 1 our Fathers' Day program -
day with our children. The youth tlen.irimontwas with the pastor and offi- day. Our pastor. Rev. Cut which will he held
Rev. F. L. Smith, pastor They had a great program In ch.'irv throughout cial staff thank the many mp' is Mrs. A, D. Smith, reporter Sunday afternoon, the day. Miss Gwendolyn visiting friends for their God. Remember our sickand 8 p.m. We are honoringour
also Sunday morning. Twoof Shelly the morning fine spirit of fellowship bereaved families pastor and his assistant -
The Sunday School was our young men led the sneaker! and Bro. Isaiah!; on the Battle of Songs. A ---- Elder Ira McCall.BETHLEHEM .
well attended. The lesson was prayer service. The pas- Clark Jr., our evening special thanks to the FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCHRev. .
reviewed I by the pastor. tor delivered a great mes- speaker both delivered inspiring many participants and the
The morning service be- sage telling us "She Car- message which mistress of ceremonies. J, E. Jenkins, pastor M. B.
gan at 11 a.m. with the choir ried The Message up will be-Jong remembered Sis. Idella Simmons of Sis Ruby Lee Carr, reporter
Rev Oscar West
Town. Greater New Eethel Baptist pastorM.
and ushers The
serving. pas Thanks to all who helpedto .
tor delivered the message The No. 2 usher boardwill make the day a suc- Church. Sunday services were won- T. Hopkins reporter:
end its Many thanks to our Officers members and
with power on high. anniversary cess. derful throughout the day with
The services were highlighted Sunday afternoon at 3 The Pall Bearer Charity pastor for that soul stirring : our youth in complete charge. friends heard two inspi-
with the addition of o'clock. You are asked to Society No. 137 will hold and inspirational: Miss Gwendolyn M. Robisnonwas Ing sermons from their
members added to the church. come out and be w i .t h Its regular meeting June message on last Sunday the guest speaker. She newly called pastor. Rev.
afternoon in the celebration
Mrs. Mattie Williams of thp'Ti. The RPV. Atchison 25 at 8 p.m. of The Sun Light PallBearers was a dynamic speaker. Oscar West. Members
Allen Temple A.M.E. Church, and con recm ion of Mt. IJinMsm; services\ will Anniversary. He A vote of thanks ctoes to the our presence is needed so
Calvary Baptist Church he held the fourth Sunday that we can Join hands
Tampa, Fla., was visiting poke from the subject: youth department. Sis. Gussie
with us Sunday. She is the will he there. Come and nornln" and on the "HV>w to Shine For God" vwgnt. Sag fcssie Kooinson, with God and our pastor.
mother of Mrs. F. L. Smith. henr them fourth Sunday afternoonthe This Sunday Is Father's! Sis. Lucy Rembert and Sis. There will be a State
Visitors are always wel- No. 1 choir will spon- Rally: the 4th Sunday.
Visitors are always welcome Day and we invite you to Leola Ragier. Sis. Ruth Scott
to worship with us in all of come. Remember the sick sor a musical program at worship with us. pianist. Members please let us
( our services.Let nnd shut-In and! those 3 p.m. Let us continue in You are always welcomeat not forget our assessment.Let .
us pray for the sick who have lost some of Plan now to'attend prayer for and visit the Friendship. Come to church us pray for the sick
and visit them. their loved ones. these activities. sick and shut-ins. and have your faith lifted. and shut-ins



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 18f 1965 11

Methodist Urge .
More
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Votatory Integration AVALON STUDIOS EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
I I II
502 N.W. 54th Street

[in a resolution adopted by processes which are essen- 4 GRADUATION SPECIAL I 757-7674 I
delegates to the 123rd ant tial for an orderly transition Excellent domestic open-
I session of the Florida into the new conference relationships 4 WALLET SIZE, FREE WITH ALL I nings now in New York and I IConn.cticut.
hodist Conference whichin of the future. CAP & GOWN PHOTO ORDERSWe .

Lakeland for last increased week committees All conference plan at boards least and have cap and gown for kindergarten and high I I II
ders called one school graduates. Transportation advanced
'integration, both at meeting annually with corres-
untary R I I'I
conference level and in ponding groups of Florida Remember our new location at I -- ALSO -- ,
individual i church.A Negro Methodists Conference.
resolution i was adopted All conference meetings, 720 NW 62nd St. PL 4-3211 I Male domestic and Female and I
J the delegates, urging Gov. seminars, assemblies, retreats j FinesL commercial
ydon Burns to veto a bill and other gatherings on the I jobs in-tliIs -area.
conference level, be - -
seed by the, recent legisure requestedto
to allow summer horse be open to NegroMethodists
Icing. in order to help develop better

J The Methodist opposed the race relations.

111, the resolution'said, "be- Where possible, implementthe James Crawford, son of "'t' '., '
luse it would permit 90 days same principal of "in- Mr. and Mrs. Arnold ,
clusiveness"' This :
in family enjoys
individual
.
] additional gambling.The churches in order Crawford of 16010 NW ,, ,
to "share
resolution on improving
20th Ave., Opa-locka, has
Ice relations followed alonge experiences of Christian life received an allexpensepaid perfect indoor comfort
| lines recommended last and service'especially through gift scholarship of
Jar by the Methodist General committees and other areas of $5200 for four at
nference. the Plans local church. Hampton Institute years in every day in the year thanks to
have been announced Hampton Va.Crawford .
listed ,
bye
Four points were
resolution for improve by the Methodist General is a graduateof safer cleaner cheaper flameless
jice relations. They provided: Conference to disestablish the Miami Central High ,
The Bishop and his cabinet Negro conference by 1968.Saturday's and member of the First
appoint a committee to be resolution is designed Baptist Church of Opa- reverse-cycle electric airconditioningCOOLS
sponsible for guiding the con- to ease the way for locka.

rence in the step-by-step acceptance. He was a participant in
.
laboratory research at in summer WARMS in winter.So .
Miami Dade Junior Col-
MATTHEW TEMPLE lege during his senior YEAR.ROUND.RIGHT for Florida homes.

1628 NW 5th Ave. year.
Rev. Daniel Pridgen, He is attending Miami
pastorIf Dade during the summer -

you were not pres- working as a student pro- i1_ ; ;
ent last Sunday night to grammer.

hear Rev. H. J. Benson, .:..>..
choir and congregation Churches of Christ"Is ..vt y '4
of Salter's Chapel when
the .
they conducted one of the Universe. In
most Inspiring religious eluding Man evolved by
Atomic Force"
b'e
service to be heard any- will _
where. the subject of the Bible :
Lesson to he
heard at
Not only did the choir Christian Science services -
lift the spirit but It set throughout the world on # 's _______4 4m
i the tone for the pastor's Sunday.
subject: "God said let us
Smiling Eddie Lee Pitt- make man in our own Scriptural passages will
man, popular local businessman image." from which he include this verse fro <
is the new owner preached a stirring ser- Isaiah: "I will bring the
c' the Dive-Inn Bar mon. blind! by a way that t'h o 4
11772 NW 79th St. Phone know not; T will lead
fi91-9431. He Invite all The officers and mem- them in laths; that they
his old friends to come bers thank each of you have not known: 1 will
and meet new friends. very much. Bro. A. Lucas make darkness light bo.
Everyone' welcome. indf Jr. fore them and crooked
things straight" The con-
McGhaney Grace Presbyterian dUlling Bible citation is
from Revelation: "And he
SpeaksI Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastorWe that sat upon the throne What about your family?
are looking forwardto said. Behold! I make all
believe that the fear Father's Day. After the things new."
I of the Lord is the beginning morning service. we will Christian Science:; Ror'o-' Why "simmer" in the summer (or shiver in the winter)? Prices of .
have a special fellowship ;
IINC 11SJ
of wisdom. We read welcomes ;:.;r:{:
ty to attend
in His for the new members of you flameless electric I air-conditioning are way down. And reverseCOST 0' :ar.:
word that nothing Its service at 1000
. is hid which shall not he tirnce. The men of the NW 54th St. at 11 o'clock cycle costs so little that the winter heating feature is practically LIVING > r
church will he in chargeof
UP11
%
| manifested. I have a the evening devotional (,.lrh Sunday morning. a free bonus. One compact unit saves space and the extra cost of

cross in the front yard program. Come and enjoy Reading room l -3 Monday and Beat the heat Now
and I walk to it every what Is being pre- and Friday 0-7-15: separate cooling heating systems. now RICE-0'

morning. for world prayer. sented morning and ev- Wednesday p.m. with Sunshine Service electricity a bigger bargain than ever, it's 'P&L co.

door The Louise little Outlaw girl next 2260 ening.We had a very fine so easy to enjoy the comfort and convenience of year-round airELECTRICITY DOWN

NW 155th St. only 5 years Children'* Day last Sunday conditioning. See your air-conditioning contractor or electricappliance
old, must have watchedus with baptism. con- Non-Surgtcal Office Treat 1"
So last Sunday even- firmation and recognition MeatRUPTURE dealer today.
| Ing she came out of her of graduating seniors.CongratuJations PILES
home and looked all to the Rectal Diseases, Varicose \o
around to see If she saw Sunday School staff for
anyone looking. After the fine I seeing no one she bowed program last Sunday ev- lost time Discard Truss .. I] "Th. her little head and started ening. Upon Correction of Rupture.
always .
working her mouth in Remember: You are .low cost.
welcome at Grace.Brown' .
Prayer. Mrs
McGhaney DR. LON( 'S CLINIC
watched 1 from a window. 1545 'sw Est St.-FR 3-2748 I FLORIDA POWER 8& LIGHT COMPANY Helping Build Florida
vane say what she was Memorial .
doing. but I can say that
it was beautiful to see. Rev. J. E. Brown, pastor
Thought for the week:: There will be a tea
Let's not tell our children sponsored by Brown's
how them.to be nice let's show Momorial Baptist Church

from 4 to 6 on June 20 at w1 I
if So until another week, the church 70th St. and Yf;;1 1r
God's will, thanks for 18th Ave. We have pre-

reading. pared a wonderful pro- ",," ., tii;. ,
gram for your enjoyment.The .
AnnouncementThe guest speaker will be
Julius Brown who is a, e.
the monthly UnIon of Northwestern Senior High y
Uhers Federation graduate of 1963. V\te are
As<;oclatton .x
! willbP held requesting your presenceand
h iundav. ,June 27 at 3 Pm.v thanking you in ad-
wilt hp hel(1 tt New
vance.
t EM M" B- Church.hPrNW .
14th Ave. The
1J s MT. CALVARYRev.
hn mr228 meeting will
hf"M Thursday night, S. Atchison, pastor
Trine 24 at 8 p.m. All ushers Constance Carter,
are Invited to attend. reporter
( A very unique and elattni2L Sunday. June 20. the
program has
been
Mission
Home
Citywide
fanned. for your enfoy- will meet at Mt. Calvary.

Deacon Edwin Ramsey.' There will be a very

president spiritual and entertaining, Ii' '."W
Willie Board reporter program, Won't you plan
KeA L. Shipp. now to attend? .,
t.
pastor Let us continually pray ......., -
TilE INCARNATION for and visit the sick and

Rev EarJe "a<*ett. vicar shut-in everywhere. All New One bedroom Apts.

Rev. H. E. S, Reeves

First Sunday Deacon after Trinity I .- $ 20 SW 4th Ave., Damn, Fla. *

: .
is: ? -mo Low Mass TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO

10 10 nm a.m. -Sung BIble Mass Class CHURCH SUNDAY Telephone 922-1646 922-0589 9225112Fla.
Sunday
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, .Friday, June 18, 1965

ALBERT RECOGNITION DAYOn JOLLY FRIENDS


CARDSMEMORIALS DEATHS Joe Ave.Long. died Burch'June 6340 8. Ser-NW 3:45 p.m.Sunday, Recognition, June 20,Day at meet.The-and Saturday Jolly Civic Friends night Club, June will Social ,

21st Dade


IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM RANGE vices Survivors from Burch the were 3' Liberty are daughters held wife Monday City Mrs., Chapel.1'2 Helen p.m.son, ,Maxwell Kendall.County will the be observed occasion Children's The Clark,guest at a will Home the probation speakerfor be Mr.at bers 19 Mable business at are Lewis the I.urged meeting.Daniels home president to,of attend.Mem-for Mrs.a


B.
brothers.
1 In sad ,but loving memory of. Mrs. Edna Robinson, of mother 1 sister 4 officer of the Juvenile Courtat the
of
of our loved one, .In loving memory of 1320 NW 1st Court. passed Gilbert Only Jr.. 680 NW Youth Hall. Several' 't' 'i'fA'Y' ;.'1;,',..,i''IN; :o ,

THOMAS II. (Daddy) MINGO away June 12th. Mrs. 15th St., Apt.. 109. Serviceswere children the program will be and taking Mrs. part Mettle on 1 V.,'N...M"I..rIUt"' @': ,

who this life in Robinson had lived in held Tuesday 1 p.m. Brown will conduct the Oleo W' ..,..... : ---T.3;.
departed Key ) Miami for 30 years. Survivors from the Liberty City Chapel; ""'.'''o'''''\','''w,""4,:t" ,.", ;>>,,,,"' >4>w ,!w"t>>'",\ :",:
West, Fla. on June 21, 1955. are her husband,. Rev. C. J. Bumey officiated Club.Supervisor Alfonso Williams : MiVaM: MrtM ut flnm mtt ttAUmftfOO&OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Dear loved one, 10 years I'
have since left Walter Robinson; 1 cousin survivors are, Step-Mother, will conduct recognit '
passed us.
It seems as if it was you yesterday.Now Mrs. Ezella Perry sister- Mr,. Betty Jean Only, of WarwickGa. ions. Rev. Morris ',Elliott will ,&,,'1IcAaWSTANLEY t
i ) in-law Octavia O'Neal of ., S sisters 4 uncles offer and Rev. Ernest
the old home is so lone- prayer
some; no one to ,take your Thomasville. Ga. and 3 aunts. Hutcheson will give the bene-. w'-! 'J1i1 1IN

place. Some day we hope to other relatives and David diction. o OOeet ei'-1tiMe- e

meet you io that city, bright friends. Services will be died Salter June 3601 13. The public is cordially in ; ii'l l M'tltc tur y.w' .......
and fair where loved will aPt held Friday 12:00 noon In NW 48th Terr., vited.. " ones rrV
from rktlaie! = *:
Services Saturday 1 p.m. ;} f.ik"ti .
be.all'together and there won't the Range Memorial Rev. Athointwr )Att .
Church
Antioch Baptist "
be any parting there. s, f Chapel.. Stephens, pastor. Survivorsare BAHAMANS RE9BNG "bttt.plwrdMJltira.'

Sadly missed by relatives: wife 'Mrs. Essie Mae IN FLORIDA a..tatda" \" ,";,.....n./.".

Mrs. Ernestine M. Welters NW Mrs. 6th Alecla Ave Kamp passed, of away 1918 ,Mesdames Salter I ,daughter Corrine, 3 sisters Pierce, If you require expert as- ji$?ft,$sea.1 rr11WorsiO.t'. and hi' ita

Daughter ,June 11th in the Lincoln Ida Gray, Ethel Trumpler 2 sistMCt in obtaining a :,f ,;)i J z\ Lavetr'N.. I4e.rirC.it'
Mrs. Vanderlene, M. Memorial Nursing Home. brothers Charlie and John birth i certificate, locating Uti,ter' Pot. '.....
Edwards, Daughter She is survived by a Salter. And a host of nieces aid baying property, finding i Eullatnlytli \tr 'Y"'f ;'<:.: j- .
Mrs. Rose Bud Hall sister niece. Mrs. Marsrare: Romer and nephews. relatives and important ; Firu. SCIat:%4<
Larry Mingo, Brother Bewh .
and
and other relatives documents records '
iAV.f :1<;1 .3'''.,' ,
Oeraldine Lastres >$
Mrs. JOHN EDWIN CULMER friends. Services were Robert Robinson, 2111 YorkSt. etc., general Informationpedeiatng
Granddaughter Priest Archdeacon, Doctor held Tuesday 2 p. m. In ., Opa-Locka. died June 11. to yourself or TK, Y,,<, t, ,tD, fcS"
the Chapel. Rev Randolph Services Saturday 4 p.m. from the Bahamas, please con 'i .7\;;,," f ll.- ciit1<, S 1t<, '*:f'w. .
who departed this life June Davis officiating. the Grove Chapel. tact: Sporgeon S. Bethel '>3, dfff'\.1' .<' W '", *
Coconut '
THANKS '
CARD OF 18, 1963. Survivors are wife, Mrs. Camille M.HJWP.O.B. 2167 GT. kl".'1,tilt/tad;.letat.4. : ;a ,$.
May he rest in peace and Mrs. Ruth Wrleht of 6240N. Robinson, 2 sisters,Mesdames Masse HP, Bahamas, or "s : "
The family of the late r; Ile N. B. T9rk$trlretMte ,
light perpetual shine upon W. 14th Ave. passed Clidy Mae Ford of Way phone 28037. ,' ... ', ;':< .'
'krUtt o;, ,; .
him. ,, ,
10th at the Ga. and Irene Martinof J25 "" "%
-- away June cross, ,
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By his wife, ''New Convalescent Center Waynenville, Ga., 2 brothers
She Is survived by Rudolph Robinson and OOOOOOOOC ,
Mrs. John E. Culmer

I And ChildrenIN nieces.her husband Mrs. I). H.John Conner 4 Willie Lewis. 10% Off With This AddMen's

Mrs. Gertrude Jackson, Levance George Chestnut.
MEMORIAM Mrs. Ernestine Knox and 258 NW 11th St., Apt. 107, t

I In loving memory of my nephew Mrs. Jvon, George Headings Headingsand : 1 died wife, June 1 son,12.mother Survivors, 5 sisters are,
husband k
,
other relatives and 2 brothers, 1 aunt. Arrange-
JOSEPH PASCHALLwho friends. Services are Fri- ments will be announced later.

: departed this life June day at the St. John Baptist -
Wear
I 14, 1964. Church 3 p.m. Rev. Willie Washington, 441 SW

"There's an gate at Thedford Johnson officiating 2nd St., Homestead, died June _,.,,." ... ..
open -:-" """ .w; : ..
road 12. Arrangements are incomplete ....' ;,l' "; S '>
the end of the through "VI':
f"" : ., _.. .. ..
; ,.jI/ "
which each must alone. '
go .
"
SAMUEL BAKER And there is a light we can George Lewis of 918 NW ', :- J' :, j.. ", ;o.-.::':'' Y

acknowledges with great ap-not see; Our Father claims his 5th Avenue passed away FRANCIS WITH ONE OF THE' LARGEST ASSORTMENTSIN
preciation the many, many own." June 14th at Jackson
kind and thoughtful expressions Though you are gone you Memorial Hospital. He is Sheila Laveme Johnson, 12-
rendered by all the shall never be forgotten survived by a son Wen- and
many friends and neighbors dell Griffin, 1 niece Ger- Mrs.year-old Lennis daughter Johnson of Mr.Sr. of Slits Sports Coats Trousers
during the illness and death of Mrs. Grace P. Thomas ,
trude Russell and 1
nep- 16415 N.W. 162nd St. Rd.,
their loved one. Especially do And Family hew, John Russell and Opa-locka died June 12, a
we express grateful appreciation other relatives and IN CONTINENTAL AND IVY LEAGUEWE
victim of accidental drowning.
t
the Funeral l
to Range

_____ Home ham and, Rev.the Mt.Edward Zion T.Baptist Ora- IN MEMORIAMIn complete.friends.* Services* *are in- June Funeral 19,services Saturday Methodist will 3 be p.m.Church held at ALSO HAVE SHIRTS AND BANLONS,

Church family for unforgetable loving memory of our Ebenezer SHORT AND LONG SLEEVE.
Kelvin
kindness May God bless and dear one who departed this Tarver age 7 o f with Rev. Aaron D. Hall, pas-
keep each of you in his own 11501 SW 138 St. passed tor officiating. Remains will
life June 8 1964.ALFRED .
way. away June 14th. He 1 s .repose in the chapel beginning BRING THIS AD AND YOU WILL

'WHYLV survived by his parents 2 p.m. on Friday until GET 10OFF PURCHASE.
Mrs. Jerolene H. Baker Though you are gone, you Mr. and Mrs. Willie Ben' 11 p.m. Friday. Remains will
Wife shall never be forgotten.Mrs. Tarver; 4 brothers; 1 sis ,repose at her home beginning
Mrs. P. Louise Capers, ter; several aunts and 7 a.m. Saturday until funeral 40 N. Miami Ave. 3793002booooooaooooooooooooooooo
Daughter Seward Whyly uncles; a grand father: a time Saturday afternoon. Other
Messrs. Ed, Oeo., Raldo, And Family grand mother and other survivors include 2 brothers; oooocUniroiu
Bill and Joe Baker, relatives. Services are In- Maurice arid Lennis Jr.; 2
Brothers IN MEMORIAMIn complete. sisters, Brenda and Marria;
e Grandmother, Mrs. Mary E.

of Mrs. Martha Eliza Kelly, Brown; Uncle, Mr. Lawrence Hf mortal
CARD OF THANKS husband loving, father memory and grandfather our of 1837 NW 69 Terr pas- Higgs and and a friends.host of other relatives Park

k The family of the late sed away June 16th. Mrs. -...----- HAS Preiiterm+at plots of 8 grove pacts or loss
NORMAN JOHNSON Kelly was a pioneer citi- ALSO I Immediate' grave space interment
Baby Boy Graves infantson
BRUCE RUDOLPH ROBERTSwho zen of Miami. She is sur- Boxes and vaults permitted
of Mr. and Mrs. Mack
who departed this life June vived by daughters Lu- Wo
departed this life on Sunday ON set toll and Jtlll
16, 1964. cille Wilson; Sarah Mc- Graves of 2951 N.W. 49th St. we en doing, boslooss"
May 22, 1965, wish to Gone, but not forgotten. Junkins; grand childrenand died June 11 at Christian Opo six. days 0 week to serve yw
take this method of thanking
all their friends for great grand chrlldren Hospital. Graveside serviceswere Cmm*..\\r known as Df. Pharr's Cemetery

their kindness many of visitations, Carrie Sallle M.Bobbs Johnson, daughterAnd wife and friends.other Services relatives are and to Evergreen held Tuesday Cemetery.June IS at Ml. W 8TH STREET tiE 4-41Q

cards sprays of and condolences telegrams,,during floral grandchildren be announced* later.* E. Johnson, Maoor How ph..... OX 1.9199THOUGHTFUL


their special hour of thanks bereavement.A to the. The Baptist Infant: Wesley Lamar CARD OF THANKSWe

Rev. Fr. Theodore R. Gibsonfor Jones, of 3566 NW 50 St.
such a strengthening eulogy Ministers9 3 month old son of Mrs. are grateful for your kind
also the officers and Elaine Jones passed awayat expressions of sympathy du-
Jackson Memorial
members of Christ Episcopal ring our hours of bereavement.
CouncilThe
Church, and the dear friends Hospital June 12th. Ser-
and classmates-who served as vices were Tuesday 10 All thoughts of kindness were
Rev. W. 0.
pallbearers. Thanks to the en- chanlin Mindy, a.m. in the Chapel. graciously appreciated.
of
tire staff of M. H. Rahmings the Council *
Funeral Home, and all who conducted the devotion Infant: Denise Lynette Sidney Davis

shared in anyway our sorrows. Wednesday.W. The Rev. P. Dillon of 1332 N. W. 5th Ethel Phillip
Many, many thanks. Williams expositorfor Ave., the 9 month old And Family
the group, then taught daughter of Louise Dillon .-.
an interesting lesson that
Mrs. William 0. Roberts, passed away at Variety 'I
Mother wa enjoyed by all. Children's Hospital June ,,, ,
The TAKE YOUR
Delphine, Daughter Rev. C. K. Steeleof 12th. Services were Tues- FAMILY TO BEAUTIFUL SERVICESOur
Tallahassee
was a visi- day 11 a.m. in the Chapel. CHURCH SUNDAY I
Romalia, Nathaniel and Ida tor. Using( as text St. John
Grandchildren 1:5 and Matt. 6.5: and as ability and desire to

Daphne and Ida, Sisters subject. "How) Great Is' carry out wishes together

Bertie Brothers, Godfrey and Millard the Darkness.a burning" ,he message delayered Coni Rid With Usl! .) with our your experience, ,-


Jacqueline Neices and Sharon, that stirred. Thedford everyone.Rev. Johnson. WHERE? .t mean a service that is

Pres. TO LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA :: : conducted with beauty and

In Memoriam"Give Rev. Harold Brown, PR The Miami Branch of the National Alliaaco of Postal understanding-to comfort.

pltv and sorrow to Employees and; its auxiliary are sponsoring a chartered
those who mourn you will IN DEEP APPRECIATION bas trip to Los Angelas, Calif. Wo It... planned ,*

gather In flowers again. a very'pleasing trip for yoor summer vacation. Wo are
In loving memory of answered."Your friend" i s your need : offering a direct trip to California with somo fi., I "My father in Heaven, help/
: never
our beloved son and scenic tie : mo to forget Thy love
brother This was greatly proved: stops on rotorn trip. Tho bus will leave if looks up to me in the
Miami A
SAMUEL, ROBINSON during the illness and death: on Aogvst 13, with oao week in Los A'Qtl.s, beauty of the Mower ."

whose rose was pluck to kindness of our loved -one. For every: arriving back in Miami on Aogost 24. This trip con bo ,,. John Henry JoweffOscir
prow In enternal life on and ,indeed there: made for the attractive faro of $141.35. This. faro will ''

June Mother 22. 1964.and Father late were Dotema many, Davis the family is profound of the: inclodo transportation and hotel accommodations. For : ;' L. RaRft

farther information Fleet '
a Mr. & Mrs. Marion ly grateful. : call Mr. Edward Hoaaa,.
!I FIHrII

t Robinson. & children. The Family 14780..Prrpfrffrrrffrrf Tyler Str..t, Phono>>t




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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 18) 1965 13

; FOR RENT FOR RENT r---------- ..1'I
'
.. HOUSE. Separate furn. "
' cottage 272 V4 NW 51 St. Downtown Area. 1 bedroom I [
.. $20 wkly. Immediate fum. apt. All utilities$11.00 '
Call Mr. Gross occupancy Mickins 4-0500. Rental Agency. NB t 3 bedrooms, CBS and Fla rooni. At 86th St., near 7th i

daily 444-6126 eves. HI Indf Ave. Total price $$13,000. others In the Immediate *

FOR SALE3BEDROOM FOR SALE 8-2824. t neighborhood also. J I
Opa Locka Area. 2 bedroom

Special. Open Sunday CBS 3 Large NO QUALIFYING house enclosed _- LARGE with large 2-bedroom backyard house furn.apt. apt.$21.$25,1 All utilities.bedroom, furn.Call f '

5. Florida' room large front pore fresh unfurn. $26 wkly. Just Mickins Rental Agency, H6MCHOUS REAL ESTATE INC., BROKER J
ving room;; full diningom ly painted Price is very painted inside and out, 681-8213. ,
fenced back yard. reasonable $300 down 2133 NW 45 St. Immediate Indf 7327 N.W. TTH AVE.LIFE'S 1511552e!
leal for large family.otal and move right in. Key occupancy call Mr. LOVELY 1-bedroom. ni-e .
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$13000 only. $350 at Life Realty Broker Gross daily 444-6126 evss fenced yard. $18 for small
own, FHA terms. Want 5932 NW 7 Ave. PL HI 8-2824. family. Also large house
really nice home? Buyis. 9-4371. Open evenings and $20. See today. will sell oooooooooooooooooc
A. Ben-Korl, Realr. Sundays. 1783 NW 42nd St. 1-bed- cheap NE 55566.ATTRACTIVE .

anytime 7512243.NO room furnished duplex. BEST BUYS!!
$600 DOWN. Four bed- $20 week very quiet furnished
QUALIFYING room and two baths. Huge neighborhood get key at rooms. cool in quiet
$5,500 total for cute 3ledroom Fla. room tile roof on 1775 NW 42nd St. to see. neighborhood cooking no
CBS awnings large lot. No closing costs. call anytime A. Ben-Kori. extra charge. From $7 UD. OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY COME SEE ,
Inly $550 down move On FHA terms of 16500. Realtor 751-2243. Inquire room 7, 2056 KK
Ight In. This Is a bar- To see call Christensen. 5 Ct. Call PL 9-2GG5

tain.< A. Ben-Korl, Realor Broker 757-6070. FURNISHED 1-bedroom -" -'-- '-_ ,, ,,,"-,., ... 1536 N.W. 45TH STREET...
anytime 751-2243. cottage -i ,
$500 DOWN. No qualify only deposit working required couple ,, ( 2 bedrock), CBS, carport, fresh paint, spotless.
BEST AREA ing 3-bed 2 baths with 2331 NW 55 St. Price Is $9,500. $300 down and $59 north.
Florida room. Full din- Fla. room. EZ terms
(ng room hardwoodloors this beautiful CBS home.on 2-BEDROOM house. nice TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO ISO N.W. 53RD STREET

jorte, all fenced roms back large.yard.car- PL Call 7-6070.Christensen Broker location 754-0977. CHURCH SUNDAY No qualifying, $300 down, Move right in.

otal $10,700 CBS beau- 2116 NW 42 St. unfurn. Enclosed front porch, carport, appliances, spotless.

y only $350 down FHA LARGE 2-BEDROOM oak cottage $13 l,
wkly. No ,- ""
\ "' '
(erms. East of Freeway. floors air cond., beauti- children, Security deposit -' ." 1'h ;"'''\/--0: ;'JlW' 1841 N.W. 81ST TERRACE
k. Ben-Korl Realtor any- ful grounds 15x25 required. Reliable : : : l
time 751-2243. ed patio formica kitchen screen- Agency, 633-2801. Rental ., \.<,., i ir Lovely CBS, fenced yard, tile roof, large porch.
-- -- Only $10,000. $300 down and month.
$62
big utllty room many :
CBS DOLL HOUSE"Total others ($13 $500)) $5,000 ROOM. 2141 NW 70 St. J ;HEW HOMES i
$11,000 only $350 down bal. $66 month. Phone 691-6590. I J 8220 N.W. I4TH PLACE
own and $78 month pays Owner 1441 NW 91 St. { 651 N.W. 47th Street I II
all for this beautiful spotless PRIVATE ROOM. Call Like new CBS, Florida room, Jalousied windows
beauty. It's a honey. 3-BEDROOM 696-8628. Open 3.5 p.m. I Bargain at $9,800 $250 down and $62 Month.
or 2-bed-
2 bedrooms, 2 baths CBS. J 1835 H.W. 41st Street

This Is Ideal for 2 or WI room.9-0077.16431 NW 18th Ct. FURN. Ibedroom.npt.. I 1921 H.W. 50th Street t 1929 N.W. 83RD TERRACE
three that
people .want to $18; one effec. $15. Water, |13 bedrooms 2 baths
have large t tt
a lovely home much ,
less than rent A. Ben- LOVELY modern frame light gas waste removed. No qualifying, $61 month pays all. Move right 'inl I
Fla
2-ttedroom. In changing 688-3225 after 5 p.m. room, garage.FOR Front porch spotless take FHA.
Korl Realtor anytime ( t carport, over
751-2243. neighborhood. Sma I I SALE

NO QUALIFYING cheap.down. 696-4014.Widow will sell for PRIVATE rent phone ROME.633-0601.Room | 100x100 Corner Lot. t tI 1142 N.W. 85TH STREET

Three-bedroom CBS I HO MOHEY DOWN. BUILD t ta Fully furnished cottage, freshly painted, spotless.
PRIVATE ROOM. Man or
NEW. $495 down. Hard to OH YOUR LOT OR OURS.
only $78 a month will I 1 No qualifying $250 down. Move right in.
nice with I
requre $1,000 down. Thisis believe but true large 3- couple. Very
a terrific buy total bedroom 2 bath house. front and back porch. $12 Heed Money? Call I

$9,750, this is really nice, Large living room dining wk. 6100 SW With Terr. t Baron JE 8-1340 t WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES
immediate room and walk-in closets -
possession. A.
Ben-Kori Realtor built-in oven and FURN. large room in private Lots or Homes Cash Paid. a
time 751-2243. any- range. All expenses extras home. no children '------- .....
act quickly. Modelon 2129 NW 57 St. Life Realty Broker
VERY MODERN CBS 51 St. and 12 Ave. JE ,
Large 2-bedroom Fla. 1-6902.
room all CONSOLIDATE YOUR DEBTS
rooms very I 4932 N.W. rot AVENUE PL 9-4371
large corner lot this REPOSSESSION! Bargain.No .
is
DIAL NOW MONEY .IN I HOUR VI 9-M77
very.very nice quiet qualifying priced FOR Open 7 Days Per Week -, venngs! ToolO9OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
neighborhood east of $4,000 below cost. Two SMALL PAYMENTS! .
(Freeway FHA terms. TOtal :- years old. Sacrificed for a- ...
$ 1,000 ------$ 20 Month
$12,000 $450 quick sale. 1940 NW 154
down.A. .
Ben-Kori Realtor St. Schools with park and $ 2,000 ---.._...._$ 30 Month o.

anytime 751-2243. swimming pool. JE 1-6902 $10,000.------$100 Month
Finest SsUctioios in Miami

"LIKE NEW CBS $250 REASONABLE! One 2- LOANS ON VACANT LOTS. HOMES OR ACREAGE
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down and $58 month. bedroom house at 5830 let and 2nd Mortgages LOVELY HOMES OPEN
Jalousied windows re- NW 7 Ct Large lot runs HEW LOW DOWN PAYMEHTS
finished floors new kit- from 7 Ct. to 7 place also R. I. BaroB Mortgages
chen cabinets and fixtures one 4-bedroom 2 bat h, EZ Terms Less Than Rent
This house is like located at 7708 NW 14 Ct. 14535 H.E. 5th Avenue Mortgage Brotor
brand new. Key at Life Both properties can be 2323 N.W. 85TH STREETI
Realty. Broker 4932 NW bought at a premium. To is to buy me.)
7 Ave PL 9-4371. Open 1869 NW 65 St. (I just look expensive. see me

evenings and Sundays.NO 2-BEDROOM CBS. huge I am a brand new beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath with

CLOSING COSTS Florida room Cuban tile, family room and garage. 1 block from school, 1 block
Modern CBS duplex. Only car porte plus fenced in from busses and 4 blocks from North side Shopping
SMO down and $90 a yard electric appliances EDISON Specials Center.
month. Live rent free! lot 80x146 FHA terms.
2-hedrooms each side, Only $450 down payment. 8020 N.W. 21ST AVENUE'

Laree tile! roo yard f.fresh aopliances.paints. Owner location pays 7915 closing NW 16 costs Ave. 31 H.W. 49TH STREET Beautiful CBS 3 bedroom, two bath, oak floors, tile

Life Realty, Broker. 4932 Open Sunday 1-6 p.m. Open Sun After 3 P.M. roof and carport. $450 down. $85 month.

NW Open 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Fenster Realty Broker, 3 bedrooms, 1H} baths, CBS, Full dining room, Fla -- o --
Sundays, PL 9-8779.
evenings
porch, carport. $12,500 total. Only $300 down. FHA. 10 N.W.47TH TERRACE
I
NO QUALIFYING FillIv 3-BEDROOM CBS home
furnished} cotttl -e. $250"own with swimming pool good SPECIAL NOTICE! Large 2 bedroom, 2 bath, plus Fla room. Only 2

, .ind !move right in! location off 36 St. and 17 EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY.WE ARE OFFERING TO years old. By appointment only.
Modern furniture and} shopping cen-
jipplianre } Ave. near
\ *. Freshly painted ter and schools. Call us. YOU FOR ONLY $100 DOWH PAYMENT( YOU CAH 0--

and \'el'lH'eay.; Keys at FHA only $500 down. QUALIFY) ALL OF OUR HOUSES FOR SALE OH 8431 N.W. 22ND PLACE
Life Realty. BrokerIJX12: Seller closing cost.
pays
N11' Ave. PL 9-1371. PL 9-8779. Fenster Realty FHA.Drive by the Following Then See Edison: Lovely CBS, 2 bedrooms, oak floors, and tile roof.
Open. evenings! and Sun Broker. $12,900 total price.

.\ vLIKE 1 3710 H.W. 23rd Ct. Almost new CBS Duplex. -- a --
-
---- 4-BEDROOM CBS. large Tile roof. Only $12,500 total. $300 down, FHA. AVENUE
NEW CBS. Front porch lot FHA only $300 down 6030 N.W. 5TH

Painted large ,fenced yard freshly payment seller pays clos- Ho closing costs. $76.31 mo. Brand new Sunshine Home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
refinished floor, tile ing cost. 15750 NW 18 2 4030 H.W. 1st Ave Lovely CBS home on comer. !
roof. Price is $10,000 $300 PI. Fenster Realty. rok- oak floors, tile roof and garage. To see it is to buy it.
down and $62 month Key at PL 98779.3BEDROOM Tile roof, carport, oil heat, walNto-wall carpeting.
life er, --- o --
Realty Broker 4932 N.W. No qualifying.
7th Ave PL 9-4371. Open CBS. No 40th Almost nice 3 bedroom 821 N.W.57TH STREETHo
Sunday. 3 142 H.W. St. new, ,
qualifying. car pocte sprinkler oak CBS home. Beautiful Fla room, tile roof, peged- qualifying. CBS, 2 bedrooms, plus appliances.

ern NO OUALI::.bedroom" NG-\lnd-CHS: 2 system.floors corner.Bargain. 1790 NW wood floors Partly furnished Ho qualifying. 1750 down. $7,500 total price.

Whs tile "roof carporfe. 83 Terr. Open Sunday 1-6 1 4 544 H.W. 47th St. 3 bedroom CBS, partly furn. --- a -
jillousle windows} lovely p.m. Fenster Realty Broker I.Conytlltlonal 1300 N.W. B2ND STREET
hard front porch screened PL 9-87779. Fla room, garage, $11,500 toto

patio. $1.000 down and financing. Brand new CBS, 2 bedrooms, on corner lot. Owner
take over FHA payments. HELP WANTED 5 6808 H.W. 6th Ave. CBS, tile roof, 3 bedrooms, month all.
Lire nPil1t;, .. Broker. 4932 EXPERENCED be-iuUo- front wants offer. $60 per pays
2 baths, Fla room plus Jalousied porch,
N\V femalefor
7 Ave. PL 9-1371. Ian. male or w 0-
Open evenings and Sun- established shop garage, Alot for your money. $2,000 cash will We have largest selections of CBS 2 and 3 bedroom
clays. Mav's 5th Avenue Beauty handle. Ho qualifying.WE Park.
- ; homes in lovely Manor
Salon. 374-8719.!

HEART OF M A NOR ALL DAY SATURDAY AND -
MALE CAPFTAK 'R for ARE OPEN
PARK
carport large 2-bedroom yard freshly CBS-, act. next hnldlnc. Live on SUNDAY NEWS REALTY Inc.I '
week.
Painted inside and out. premises.Bondpd$ro per Rental of- .
appliances. Price is $9.500 Apply '
$300 down and 059 honth. fice. 1163 NW 3rd Ave. :EDISON ,REALTYt .R a't'rs' ; THE BROKER THAT WORKS FOR YOU
I
Pryl ut LIfe Realty. HAIR DRESSERS. Ex- ; .
-I3(1'. Open evenings, npri hair stylists. ,: 4140 N.W. TTH AVE. PL 4-0655
Broker 1902 nce 5t .
WV 7 Ave., J15' N.W 62nd 751.244
Sundays. Good money. Cette Ro- ,., (Open Sunday from 1 p.m.)
6131
sette Hairstylists.!:
NW 7 Ave.. 753-S805.




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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 18 ___%_ ________.________ A-, -.--- -- ooooooooooopoopooooooo
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1 Friendnnd, PTA president .,... '
: Carver Day of Mumford's Kin- :'f'( :.' .., '. "It/ ,,( .
Offers SnMMerAdvtitirts ilerrarien pad'! tribute )( );.."1 ,8tfu. : ei ; ,"
I Conservatory school :: /. :>t ... '
Camp. UnderwayDAY during their annual ; ; -:' :'l. T.I 7i ."
closing exercise, June 5, ,
in th. Arts' CAMP to a dedicate:! lady Mrs.
: The Carver YMCA Day Katie S. Mumford. owner '
I Camp started last Mon-' and operator of the Mum- ACTIVITIES FOR THE SUMMER
Exciting news has just vidual needs and desires. day with a smaller than ford Kindergarten.A .
come out about the Fine Registration Is this Sat- anticipated enrollment.The special honorary program Now that school is closed our teens arc faced with
Arts 'Conservatory. Beginning' urday at Both the above staff was in an all was presented with many problems. They are seeking jobs along with trying to
this Saturday, new address and at theConservatory's day planning session Sat- Mrs. Irma Skyles a civic find other activities to participate. They are looking for
June 19 Florida's first Integrated -
south urday at the Allapattah greetingsto
music. worker giving activities which will provide enjoyable summers etc. and
school of
s branch the First Unitar- Branch Association.Campers the honoree. Mrs. activities to ax-epare.thom for next school terms.
hold
dance and art will ian Church 7701 SW 76th gather at the Mumford.( after which For example, summer being the time of year most
t ous classes building in a large at 327 spaci-NW Ave.. Just off Sunset and branch at 9 a.m. for devo- Mrs. Skyle. unveiled a people! like to swim provides a problem for the teens. Most
the Palmetto Expressway. tional and patriotic ser- beautiful plaque for 16
Miami elementary students are enrolled in swimming
the former
62nd St., programs and
Building. The fee is very small In vices and are transportedto years of teaching services the pools are much too crowded.'Since beaches
Housing are adi.tant.
relation to the benefit for Opa-locka for the activity In preschool.A .
most students rely the
Here classes for the thanksto on pools. However there are only a
"Summer Adventures in the children. program Monday sincere vote of few pools in the area, and this adds to the list of problemsfor
On the friends for
Thursday.
through many
the Arts" will Include a Director Ruth Green- Friday the Opa-locka making this affair a suc- the teens. More pools! are needed to help keep students
that the
each Saturdayfor field announces from rockpits and canals.
program
join the at cessful one. A special
excellent faculty that has campers group
children who want to What activities
children the Branch Building fora thanks to the program are some that our teens can participatethis
worked with the
enjoy as well as profit Mrs. Valdez summer?
full Registra- participants:
from the correct way to during the fall-winter tions are program.now being accepted Murray, Miss Ellison (1) Join in some community activities. Such organizations -
will all be
months on
play an instrument, dance. : for the second Clal'k.w Miss Ida Felton, as. the Urban League Youth Community Action Club
draw and paint. hand again These for will the include sum period which will begin Mrs. Elisha Clark and Fr. for Youth Fitness Boy Scouts Girl Scouts etc.

Special classes! will mer. Martinez and Cassandra .Tun 14. The fee for Clark. Mrs. Mumford was (2) Enroll in summer school. Take courses which will
Olga
held each Saturday for Hanna piano Wil- YMCA members is $5.50 surprised. She went out help in school as well as for enjoyment. Summer school is
h ;
ages 3-5. This young liam McKenzie Paul per week.RESIDENCE. in space fr ao while when being conducted at most schools and subjects as English
group will explore all of Rudolph she came to herself she ,mathematics,. sciences reading typewriting and other sub-
the arts In a miniature Popelka instruments CAMP gave words of thanks jects are being taught.
and
Adams. art
program from 9:30-11: ".,m Julia Melnar and Sandy The camp committee is and announced that "thisis (3) Try to find a job. Watch your newspaper ad section
School] acre and up will 'P Warshaw, dance. making progress in recruiting my last school term. I gJ" to an employment agency, etc. Try to find jobs as se
treated according! to indi! staff and campers. am not retiring I am cretaries nurse aids, salesgirls .and other jobs that will

.- Jefford Smith has stopping this particular help in your vocational plans.
accepted the position of activity." Mrs. Mumfordwas (4) Organize sport teams such as 'Softball baseball ten-
Associate Camp Director. formerly a public nis and other teams play against other teams. Be sure to
Sergeant Lerov Smith of school teacher. have an adult supervisor.

the Miami Police Depart- (5) Enroll in a summer program giving your service for
ment has volunteered as SOCIAL SECURITY some worthy cause. A summer teen program is being con-
Camp Satiety Directorand I ducted at the Dade-Monroe Tuberculosis and Respiratory
Rifle Instructor. Disease Association.
.. .
Alexander Brooks has (6) Plan for a vacation visit your family' and friends.
sl --- --iBy Walter Bowe sellor. To date we have 'f' problems and ideals.
six registered campers!' Y,M- (7) Visit
your library more often Suggested books for
and are sending out applications teens are "The Island of the Blue Dolphins" by Scott O*.
Miss
Ruth Bullard of The South
Broward
dally on re- SOCIAL SECURITY
Dell and "It's Like This
Cat"
by Nansy Neville.
West Hollvwood graduated Post VFW will
meet Sun- quest. CARD.
"High school sen-
(8) Participate in Vacation Bible Scholos
ar churchor
your
from Tuskegee Schoolof day at 5 p.m. at the post Rome of the iors
campers are urged to obtaina some church in your community Vacation,Bible Schools
Nursing. She received home.
will lie selling cookies between social
her B. S. degree. She is security account will conducted at Mt. Olivette Baptist Church Mt. Zion
July 1-31 to help number and
the daughter of Mr. and There will be a fish fry card before5 Baptist Church Mt. Sinai Baptist Church along with other
the
defrav cost of
starting to look
camp- for
Mrs. summer churches in the community.Jack's .
Gerald
Bullard and
of a night of ames Sat- Ing. We "
urge your sup jobs Edward
P.
4200 SW 20th St., Holly- urday night,. June 19 at port. Blonston social
wood. the post home. The pub- district security
lic is invited and also the SENIOR LEAGUE manager in Miami
North
Charlie Sears Jr., was neighboring posts. SOFTBALL stated today. "Oneof
among the graduates at the first things a new
WEARSEE
Attucks High School last The Stor Light Lodge Carver YMCA senior employer will ask for is MEN'S
week. He is the son of will meet Friday June 18 boys played their opening your social security num-
against North MIami "
game her "MR. JACK"FOR
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie at 8 p.m. Members please
Sears of Hallandale. be present. Friday. June 11. Mr. Blonston explained t
North Dade staged a hard that while social securitymay STYLES FOR ALL AGES

battle but Carver was too seem unimportant toa Th Very Latest in M...'* Fashions
- strong in the late innings :J young man or woman
-Carver kept the game Just out of school, social SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
alive on tremendous defense security credits providethe ITALIAN SHOES

playa bv Gregory basis! for future benefits 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida
WOOLWORTH'STossem Mosby and James Mc- under the program

Crav. with the score tied An account I is establishedfor __
at 9-9 in the bottom of each social security -w

_ .........-.... ... ....Y. ... ... ..,... the 7th. Elilah Lewis got number nnd over the
0 ; on by hit. then John Garrison vears the worker's
earnings -
A ;: sfppnpd xm and hita ore credited to the
; : ; towerJn" bla"t over the account.
('en erfJelder'q head: f->r a Should a worker suf- Sunlight Beauty SchoolITS
horn run to win the fer loss o f Income be-

game. cause of disability, death

DAILY RECREATION or retirement monthly GREAT ITS GRAND, ITS EDUCATIONALTwo
PROGRAM: benefits can be paid basedon
The branch building is the average earnings weeks of advanced training course (for licensed

Iw open from 9 a.m. until 7 credited to his!" account.An beauticians under the supervision of the State Boardof

p.m. with some supervised application for a social Cosmetology, June 21 to July 2.
recreation for school security number may
age children. We offer bV obtained bv writing or Guest artists and consultants Mrs. Bell Patterson of

w team sports. trampoline. visiting the n"'nrest soc- of N. Y. and J. Baldi of Miami and many other out.
tumbling, volleyball, field ial security office. or standing hair stylists.
\ hockey. horse shoes pitching in rural areas by a*king june 18Another
c* t table tennis and at the local post office.

indoor activities_ foe
ralnv days. Working parents -
7 4'aY : VI
are Invited to ask us! (
about our program. 'YM' outstanding .luie ?

membership participation Is requiredfor MILK LIMERICK to celebrate... "\ (1811.y

month

J : Urban League
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Guild Show and


Dance Sunday

in the washer! The Greater Miami Ur- There was once a lad from Gibralter,

ban League Guild pre-

I SPORT SNEAKERS sents Show its and annual Dance benefit Time Who when talking to girls seemed to falter

Sunday June 20 at King I

John's 729 NW 79th Parisian St.. 6:30: Room.un- Then some MILK he did drink

Outstanding values I til? Donation $1.50 ad-

Foam-cushioned, machine 'vance $1.75 at door.
washable. Long-wearing Please make this a And before he could thinkA
must on your Father'sDay
sailcloth for a season'sworth gift list.

of comfortable funl! lass had him bound for the altar.

Misses' In white, sizes 510. TRUST DELIVERANCE !

-Girls1 In white, sizes 12'/i-4.
| CHILD CARE CENTER I
Chiidren's-novy, sizes 512. rf'S'i00

pair j I 730 H.W. 59th Street tI | written by: CJUST oBE

Available in Miami Miami Beach Coral Gables We ore now registering j t
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Perrtne, Homestead Hollywood and West Hollywood children for summer arid | RITA SATAN

I fall session. Ages 2-6.1 j
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BY HARRY SPEAR .r y92!' <;t.x..t ,. perLeague ". .

Marlins Sign Pitcher, Release 5 Excelsior Closes Season

The Miami Marlins last week signed one
of the Phillies top choices in the recent first Stronger and BiggerThe

year player draft. He is Tom Chapman, a na- Excelsior Bowling League climaxedits
tive of Atlanta. greatest season of bowling last Thursday
is taa .cep 9:
Chapman is a left handed pitcher who night with a gala Trophy Presentation Ball at _
Ritchie
Ron Allen first baseman brother of
has led the Atlantic Coast Conference in the Island Club
Allen third baseman with
outstanding
strikeouts for the past three years. He attended the Phillies and 1964 Rookie of The atmosphere of royalty was the ac-
Clemson College. During this last baseball Philadelphia companiment to the gaiety of the bowlers and
the Year chats in the dugout with Lou Gar-
season, Chapman struck out a total of 100 vin, shortstop for the Miami Marlins.MiamiNews their guests, with all the glitter of the beautiful
batters. Marlin Manager Bobby Morgan will trophies waiting to be carted off by some of
use Chapman in relief to begin with. photo by Kill Tyler. the best bowlers in the city.

While Chapman joined the team, five The Excelsior League now five years old,

other players left them. Outfielders Phil Kis ; l ; can be very proud for the part it has playedin
zie, Enrique Rosendo, and Greg King, in- jtjj! l? ;y" i :tv. the promotion of bowling in Miami and

fielder Tom Brown, and pitcher Bob Pettis !! ,."'t"-' ">'""> ' were sent to the Huron, South Dakota Northern which is had at the trophy presentation. It

League club. Huron is one of the Philliesnew OPEN SUNDAY H COME SEE seems as if either from envy or challenge the
Rookie League clubs. It is managed by
league grows stronger and bigger each year
Phils catcher Joe Lennett.
former and it is hoped that this healthy trend for
1132 N.W. BIST STREETFor
Kiszie, King and Pettis had been with
bowling will follow for many years to come.
the Marlins since the beginning of the season. large family. CBS, 4 bedroom, carport. Many ex- Bowlers who stood out for individual
Rosendo and Brown joined the club later on. tras. $350 down. $11,000 FHA. No closing costs.
Kiszie, King, Rosendo and Brown had beenon --0-- honors were James Thomas with a league
high of 186 and Willie Robinson with
the disabled list for awhile average
but Pettis had
STREETCBS
2299 N.W. 90TH 184.
remained active, although seeing little action.Al .
corner beauty.2 or 3 bedrooms, Fla room, garage, High Individual Game with handicap:

Widmar is a pitching coach in the $400 down. $12,000 FHA. No closing costs. Mack Barnes 304, Cecil Nixon 281 ; James

Phillies organization. He has been roving --o-- Terry 278.

around to the different minor league clubs, MODERN CBS 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH High individual three games with handicaps

working with the young pitchers. At present, 5 yrs. new. Built-in oven, central heat, front porch. : Eddie Way 695; Mack Barnes 695 and

Widmar is with the Marlins. He came down Patio, carport, fenced. $450 down, $14,500 FHA. Eddie Johnson 684.
here last Friday. Widmar also acts as the --0-- Final League standings were
first base coach for Miami. Team Won Lost
$350 DOWN NO CLOSING COSTS
Sweet Builders 68 37
Kendall Children's Home was sponsored Modern CBS, 3 bedroom, H'% both, carport.Appliances.Fruit Hagan and Fonda No. 1 65 40

by Bayside Kiwanis Club to a great treat trees. $11,500 FHA. New Frontier 60 45

last Saturday to the Miami Marlins' ball game. -- 0- The Olympics 60 45

The 70-all-told children were given a great NO QUALIFYING CBS, 4 BEDROOM Packer Pontiac 58 47
time. They received hot dogs, peanuts, ice Cloverleaf
Sport Shop 55 50
Large lot, dining room, carport, fenced. Only $10,500
cream and soda A time
pops. good was had The Kegglers 54 51
total. month all.
by all. Rev. J. W. Dunn was one of the par $94 pays Hardy Rogers 54 51

ties in charge.Compare Hagan and Fonda No.2' '" 53 52

CBS 2 BEDROOM NO QUALIFYING Archie's Print Shop 50 55

Heavyweights of Today Appliances. Many extras. $10,500. $68 mo. pays all. Expert Dairy Service 44 61

Sir John Blazers 43 62
And YesterdayListed WE HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS McDonald's

are the heavyweight champions of ALSO VA AND FHA HOMES FROM $100 DOWN American Kosher Liquors 42 63
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yesteryear and some who are still around today 76

For argument sake see if you can com High team averages were : James Thomas
pare these heavies. Listed is how long each l : 186 Sweet Builders; Willie Robinson 184,

held the title: SHEll REAL I 1 Hagan and Fonda; Mack Barnes 167, New
John
L. Sullivan 1882-1892 Frontier Eddie 177 The Eddie
; Way Olympics;
James Robert J.Fitzsimmons Corbett 1892-1897 1897-1899 ::4260 NW lIlt: .Av.....7515551 I:I L. Johnson 179, Packer Pontiac; Arthur

Jackson 179, Cloverleaf Shop; Henry New-
James J. Jeffries 1899-1905.
hold 173, The Kegglers; Ernest Green 166,
Marvin Hart
1905-1906 Hardy Rogers; Sammy Daniels 174, Hagan
Jack Tommy Burns 1906-1908 Register Now! and Fonda No.2; Charles Gowan 162, Ar-
Johnson 19081915Jess '
chie's Print; Alvoid James 171, Expert Dairy;
Willard 1915-1919 David Fussell 168, Sir John Blazers; Willie
Jack
1919-1926
Dempsey
G. Jones 157, McDonald's Liquor; Frank
Gene Tunney (retired) 1926-1938 .i17ii '17f4
Vacant 1928-1930 :_ Richburg 166, American 'Kosher.

Max Schmeling 1930-1932 JAX GOLF CLUB DROPS IN ON MIAMI

Jack Sharkey 1932 POST TIME The Jacksonville Amateur Golfers Guild,
Primo Camera 1933 8:00 P.M.
a1nJi a club that believes in having fun intermin-
Max Baer 1934
James gled with their golf, made it to Miami for the
J. Braddock 1935-1936
Joe Louis 1937-1949 second consecutive year and was the host of

Ezzard Charles 19491951Joe Par and Birdie Club the past weekend. Golf-
Walcott 1951-1952 ing for two days at Miami Springs Municipal
Course was the highlight of the occasion dur-
Rocky Marciano (retired) 1952-1956
ing which time Miami golfers had a closeupof
Floyd Patterson 1956-1959 Nattea'a Orerlr..wdii.wplae.
Ingemar Johansson 1959 ... what is being done by our fellow golfersin
the north all we saw was good.
Floyd Patterson 1960-1962
Sonny Liston 1962-1963 NOW! e/y: TWIN DOUBLE President Elwood Banks, speaking for

Cassius Clay 1964 the entire entourage said, "It was most enjoy-

Read down the line and compare to whatwe able and although it was difficult to visualize
have today.'iWcLiNIc1. how, he thinks the wives of the group who ac-
companied them had more fun than they did."

OCALA GOLFERS HONOR GALLIMORE

:, The Crompton Memorial Golf Club of
Ocala is honoring the late Willie Gallimore,

who last year was a guest to ist Fourth of July
HOME SERVICE CALLS $1.00 tournament.The .

Day or Night i club, upon unanimous vote, is nam-

w. 3.rre. All M.k.. W ing the tournament the Willie Gallimore Invitational

HI-FI' and STEREOSw. Golf Tournament which will be play-
ed July 3 and 4 at Crompton Memorial Golf
AUo feat
Course.

TV' by the week or_monthWN.W.2ndAVENUE This will be a 36-hole medal, play with

cash prizes for professionals and trophies for
'amateurs.

4-2044 Entry fees may be mailed,to P., O. Bo*.457*
Phone FR .. Ocala, Fla., Fred Crowell, Pro Manager.




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