The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 25, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00370

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Volume 42, No. 42 _ MIAMI, A F UNE 25, 1965 xxu aws..< 16 PA'GES 10 CANTS

I II : : : Firing of Negro TeachersT tl tlI

wannsw H iaa -
Officials of 13 civil rights cretary of the National Edu-

and organizations, ciation Association, Washing
'. inlcuding the National Education ton'D. D., "we believe that'
Assn., have joined forcesin the U. S. Supreme Court decision -
an attempt to block further of 1954 applies to the
dismissals of Negro teachers integration faculties as wellas
why. s4i when southern districts Inte&ate. pupils. Federal aid there-
fore should be cut off to dis-
According to K. B. M. tricts guilty of firing Negro
Crooks, an official of the teachers."
National Urban League's And Dr. Gilbert Porter, executive
Southern Regional Office and secretary of the Florida
i s coordinator for the agencies, State Teachers Assn., added:
"We are going to fight this injustice "The fear of reprisals has
all the way, locally, forced hundreds of Negro
f at the state level and in Wash teachers into silence. More
ington. We are not going to let over, Negro leaders often
qualified Negro teachers have been reluctant to seek
down." integration because school
Crooks said that the group, boards have threatened to fire
which met Friday in Atlanta Negro teachers.
will protest to Washington the The education and rights
firing or threatened firings of agencies will establish a_
Negro teachers in Arkansas, south-wide monitoring network
Florida, Texas, and North for gathering, screening,
Carolina "for a starter" Re- and forwarding complaints to
1 ports from Georgia and Ala- the NBA, the U. Office of
bama also are being probed, Education or civil rights
he said. groups for legal and other

Reportedly, some 5,500 a tlon. State teachers associations
southern Negro teachers face will pass complaintsup
loss of their jobs as all-Negro to the NEA and 15 local affiliates
schools are closed and Negro of the Urban Leaguein
pupils shifted to white schools. southern and border states

I Sonji Roi Ve"us Muhammad All Crooks insist said that the organizationswill Federal aid Negro will communities.refer complaints from.

be cut off to offending districts Also established at the
As if the fight game wesa't in bad enough shape, now accentuate her charms. meeting was a four-member

comes o. ever the weight mismatch between heavyweight Then, too, Sonji must be a Tareyton smoker becauseshe Other participating agen- professional committee "which

champion M Mehammad All and a promising ye.ng featherweight isn't thinking about giving up her cigarets, not to men cies include the NAACP, stands prepared to help any
named Sonji Rol. The Margais of QI.ensb.rry rile- tion her occasional scotch and .'. American Friends Service school district integrate its
Committee American facilities and faculty in .
Teac- a
book has bee threw oat the widow awl the battle will go Clay has asked the Dade Circuit Court to annul the hers Assn, Florida State manner satisfactory to local I

to the bitter end with 10 holds barred-winner takes all. marriage, but he is willing to settle for a divorce if this is Teachers Assn, Southern leaders and to the federal \

It seems that the champ Is miffed because his pretty the, only way out. Sonji has 10 intention of ,giving up her Regional Council, Teachers government," said C.D. Cole- *

'? 26-year-old bride of 10 months reins es to give vp certain1 'Can'ln"'and' vows to fight until the bitter end. An annulment State Assn. of, Texas,. Arkansas man, director of the League's }

little vices that are frowned apon I. Black Muslim circles. would preclude Sonjl from claiming any alimony or North,, Alabama Carolina I Teachers I Teachers Assn., Southern Crooks Regional charged that Office.10 Negro

Instead of wearing the long floor length dresses of plain and property settlement. Assn., Palmetto I Education teachers face firing in' !

simple design, the very comely Soaji prefers draping her Anyway, she has until July 26 to file an answer to the Assn., South Carolina; and Holmes and six already have \J
curvy chassis in above the bee length sheaths that tendto suit. Georgia Teachers Education been dismissed'and 30 are
Assn. threatened with being "phased

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I I r; l 4LiYiIiWfl; Ho Bias :Pledge Ethridge assistant field se- County.

1 1.'w, ;WJ&.,"_, : ..___! 555 .i1j --, ...:..:<- > -L..... "-*,' -,. V-,- : ,, ., BAPTISTS WORLD CONGRESS
The Employment Com- dividual merit. initiative Holsum Bakeries, I
mittee of the Metropolitan and ability. Moss Co., Jordan Co.,
Dade County Com- Prominent among the Lincoln' Inc.. MEETING HEREDr.
munity Relations Board membership are of Miami n d
Wednesday completed Americana Hotel Amer- ber Co., The Am,
phase one of its recruit- ican Airmotive Corporation Mt. Sinai Hospital Assoc1a'j J. H. JacksonTo
ment of participants in Atlas Metal Indus- Heiman and Mi-
Dade County's voluntary tries. Bishopric Green American World Preach
plan for Equal Opportunity Fielden. Inc.. Burdine's.Carillon Range Funeral Wo- .
Employment. The announcement Hotel The Cath- Richard's. Sunday
was made olic Diocese. Cloverleaf ings and Loan
by Bishop James L. Bowling Lanes Deauville Baptists from all
Duncan chairman of the Hotel. Eastern Airlines, the world are
Community Relations Eden Roc Hotel. Edward NAACP Convention to to Miami to attend
Board. F Swenson and Co. World's Congress
As of this date more The Episcopal Diocese convenes every five
than half of Dade's major First Federal Savingsand Focus on Rights PovertyMajor All nations will be
employers have sign- Loan Association. resented and the fla
ed articles of member- First National Bank of the varous countries
emphasis of the 5Mn the NAACP Board of Direc-
ship in the program. By Miami. Florida Power and annual convention of the be displayed. which
dong so, each organization Light Co., Franklin Fed- cates. "One Lord, 0
has indicated that it eral Savings and Loan National Association for tho New features of this year'sconvention Faith, One Baptism.
will employ promote. Grand Union Co., Greater Advancement of Colored will include a Along with the
compensate. and other- Miami Council of People, to be held in Denver branch problem clinic to be notables that will
wise deal with its em- Churches M. R. Harri- Col., June 28-July 3, will be held daily for delegates with will be Dr. Joseph
ployees on a basis of in- son Construction Co., placed on implementation of special organizational problems Jackson who serves
civil rights and anti-poverty a Leadership Development 1 vice{ president of this
hgislation. Institute to train branch gress: and as
The convention which is leaders and a labor industry the National Baptist
expected to draw approximately seminar to be conducted by vention Inc.
1,500 delegates, will Prof. Eric Polisar of the New Dr. Jackson spent
also focus on the challenge York School of Industrial and in Africa as a
presented by President Johnson Labor Relations, Cornell Uni- winning sou I s
in his address at Howard versity.On Christ before units'w.
University, "To Fulfill These Tuesday, June 29, concurrent his native land
Rights," school desegregation workshops will be was called to pastor t
political action employ. held on school segregation in great Olivette
ment and housing. the North and West life membership Church This of Chicago. I
Several major addresses are labor and political dynamic
will occupy the
scheduled for the slx-Jay convention action.On.
Sunday morning and
} w which will meet at the Wednesday, June 30, liver the sermon to t
J Denver Hilton Hotel. The key workshops will be devoted to Congress on Miami
note address on Monday night membership promotion, community Dr. Jackson as a
June 28, will be delivered by action and housing.A tist and a leader has -
NAACP Executive Director special Freedom Day much. He has paid
Roy. Wilkins. march will be held on Wednesday the debt on the
Other speakers will include ending in an open air
Wiley A. Branton. executive rally in honor of delegatesfrom
secretary of the Presi- AlabamaMississippi and Banquet will be
dent's Council On Equal Opportunity Carolina. Thursday evening,
Miami Commissioner David
T. Kennedy (right) accepts ; Bishop Stephen O. Friday's progr am will Mr. Wilkins will
a memorial spray from Mrs. Minn ie J. Hitch of Paris, K,., Spoils wood, chairman of the feature workshops on anti- annual NAACP youth
president of the National Congress of Colored Parents and NAACP Board of Directors; poverty and school desegregation at the banquet.On .
Teachers. The organization opened its three days at general Mrs. Patricia Roberts Harris, in the of South, including Friday evening the
discussion the EducationAct
sessions June 20, by paying tribute to the late President U.S. ;Ambassador Mal Goode to ABC-TV Luxembourg and Title VI of the Civil be dom held Fund I Report at which i Dinner
Kennedy at the Kennedy. Torch of Friendship.-Miami. Rights Act.
news correspondent; and Dr. various awards will be
Metro News Bureau PIa.,.. quell Gallagher, president of The Youth Freedom Fund sented to NAACP

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THt MIAMI% TIMES, Friday, June'25. 1965 3 i i'ii" r


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.. ., as e Patricia Lorraine Thomas RECEIVES EGELLOC
daughter of' Mrs. Avis Haven"'
Thomas of Nassau was a member -
of the graduating class of Brenda Singleton the'
M Northwestern Senior High daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. J.
School. She was a Girl Advisor Singleton at 4350 N.W. 21st
and a Thespian and received \
Ct., Opa-locka, a graduate
a certificate for out- North Dade High School was
standing work in an essay con- the recipient of the Egelloc's
test sponsored by the Miami Social and Civic Club scholar-
Dade Jr. College. She aslo
composed the narrative! des ship.She plans to attend Miami
Itr cription of the "superlatives" Dade Junior College in the
: 'of the senior class. fall to study art.
Patricia and brother Ronaldare
"'" : in New York visiting their

f ::11 father, Fred Thomas. Her TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
r plans are to study physiothera- CHURCH SUNDAY
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Iota Phi Lambda SororityObserves

Publishers Hold Jubilee Convention in LouisvilleMembers A I

of the National Newspaper Publishers Asso- preside at the Friday luncheon when national CORE pre- Founder's Day'

ciation gathered at the Sheraton Hotel in Louisville, Ken- sident James Farmer was the main speaker. Farmer, who Sorors"" of-'Gamma' Alpha by the''pastor. Ah Impressive

tucky last week to hold their 25th anniversity convention. was one of the organizers of CORE in 1942, listed three Chapter will climax it's activities candlelight service was heldat

Publishers and representatives from 70 Negro oriented "tools to be employed" in the quest for an integrated so- this week-end in ob- the home of Mrs. Linnie S.

newspapers enjoyed the three-day meeting that was spiced ciety. ((1)) political organization of the Negro ((2)) educationof sefTShce of Founder's Day.Founder's Carey their where services sorors, rededicated talents-

with interesting workshops, stimulating addresses by nat- Negro youth ((3)) economic upgrading of the Negro. Seatedat designed to Day pay observance homage to the is and fortitude to spirit to the

ional personalities and an outstanding entertainment calendar right are Mr. Farmer, Garth Reeves of the Miami Times founder and th six charter ideals of the sororjty.
that featured everything from a boatride on the Ohioto and Mr. Stanley. women who gave birth to Iota On June 26, Mrs. Lot mine

a horse race' run in their honor. (Bottom left) The publishers were guests of famed Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc.; to Houston Jordon will host the
(Top left) United States Information Agency Director appraise achievements made; June meeting. All sorors are
Churchhill Downs race track on Saturday where they visitedthe asked to attend this meeting
to failures noted and
Carl T. Rowan addres ses the Newspaper Awards Banquet.The museum and took a guided tour of the track before having to assess gain new inspiration for which will be a business-

former ambassador to Finland and highest ranking Negroin lunch on the terrace. continued growth and deve- social meeting.

the federal I government told the audience, "the Negro in lopment of the sorori ty. This

America is winning the fight for racial justice and equality, (Bottom right) On Saturday afternoon at Miles Park marked the 36th annual obser TOOTHACHEDonl

but he dare not spend much time congratulating himself race track the Notional Newspaper Publis hers Purse was vance.
Some of the activities en- Mirfor cony.In seconds Eet rritet
about this progress." Seated at left are Kansas State Sena- won by Bersandal ridden by record breaking apprentice gaged in church worshipat that tests with ORA-JCL. Spc4-rteM

tor Edwin T. Sexton, Jr. and NNPA president Frank L. jockey Earlie Fires. Presenting the trophy to the winning St. Paul was.A.M.B. Church, Untly formula to puts stop It to throbbing work In-

Stanley of the Louisville Defender. jockey, owner and trainer is John Murphy of the Baltimore where members of the soror ity tootlMclio pain.M Ufa docw b
tor PNRES t$
commend It for
(Top right) Howard H. Murphy of the Afro American fro-American. and their associate groups, > t' :
the Future Iota Girls and Lin- "ora-jeI t
frenips were warmly''welcomed
now pastor of the City
I Baptist to Honor Rev. Graham Temple Seventh Day Ad- ... 1 I
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ventist Church in Detroit -
Mr. McCants Is a grad- having a member-
Jack McCants world uate of Stephen A. Aus- ship of over 6000 will be
traveler. religious cul- tin College. Perkins our 11:00: speaker. FOR THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATES -CALL
tural Instructor from School Theology. Southern Sabbath afternoon at 4
Chicago will be the guest Methodist University.He p.m. Elder Hinson of the --
speaker at the worldwide has served as a Meth- Berea 'Trinity Seventh Day ; '
program at Mt. Zion Bap- odist minister. a teacher Adventist Church will be BON DEO
tist Church Sunday June traveling lecturer for the our guest.
27 at 4 to 6 p.m. honoringthe Baha'i Faith and work- Refreshments will t1e
Rev Edward T. Gra- shop director for the available each night. (
ham and Mrs. Grahamfor Peace Corps. SISTA In St. We are looking for you. '
their outstanding Petersburg. He has traveled -
leadership in religious all through the U. S.. RENTAL
education civic com- throughout Great Briton TOP SOIL-SAND-FILL
munity and race rela- France Germany Austria P
tions affairs. and com- Italy Greece and
You Make the CallI
memorating the death of :Israel. His speech Is entitled AGENCY
Mary McLeod Bethune "The Fatherhoodof I Make the Haul
Founder of BethuneCookman God and The Brother- ,
College.Bethany hood of Man. A. Joyce .J


SDACelebrates Mrs. Gloria Snypes 'hos-
2nd tess.Tuesday night, Home HON. L. BROOKS

Year in New Night Wednesday Rev. E. T. Hauling of All Kinds PRESIDENT DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.

Graham Mt. Zion Baptist PHONE 696-7304 ..
Church his congregation and
choir will be guests. 3110 N.W. 67TH STREET
Seventh Day
Bethanv Thursday. Song Festi-
I Adventist Church cele- val under the drection of MIAMI, FLORIDA ;,
brates Its second anniversary Leon L. Farrlngton. Mrs. ;,.
in the "New Evelvn Tynes. hostess. ,< '
I Church" June 27. July 3. Friday night: Elder W. ,: 10,000 HOUSING UNITS $: ( .

There will be a week long S. Banfield. presdent of +.
I celebration commenceing the South Atlantc Con- II YEARS OP RESPONSIBLEBUILDING : Bonded also has employment service at main office
Sunday night. ference of Seventh Day SERVICE TO
Elder Sloan of For t Adventist will he our THE COMMUNITY 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA
Lauderdale Seventh Day guest speaker. P. J. Far-

Adventist Church will be rlngton, host.'Sahbath. when BUYING BUILDING full tint* public relations department to assist you in solving' your problemsPlus
the guest. David Pember- July 3, Elder '
ton. host. Calvin B. Rock builderof CALL STANLEY a fleet of cars giving door to door service for tenants convenienceOn

Monday night the Young our present church and nights and Sundays for emergency service call PL 9-8733 :.
PL 1-1604
Baavtlfvl Ho ma.
Built Your Lot
For Painting or OursAttrecfivs on 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-8733

AI..,.* Vandalism. don by a rW'U expensive to all. Please help u* atop'this wnnocaiiarxavlf.!
tientand Addition
and Sand BlastingInside .Let Ua Demolish ; ';:':+..' ...: CA., Ltfckhort, Public Relations Director' ,

& Out Paper HangingAll Your Worn OutHouse
Types of Home Repairs Lovely Now Homo

ADDITIONS Patio Pool New Coli 'Us for Facts About 17325 Homestead Ave.
: Room, Swimming Bulling 1163 N.W. 3rd Ave.. FR 3.8416
Windows and Storm Shutters. Perrine ,CE 5.3553
Good Bank Financing 1675 N.W. 62nd St. OX 6.2467
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LICENSED & INSURED WE FINANCE 18fll Grand Ave. HI 5-1381
STANLEY Pompano WE 3-3235 4240 N.W. 27th Ave. NE 5-3466
CALL JOHN McARTHUR PL 8-6345 BUILDERS, 14255 N.W 22nd Ave. .,
OR .::' Inc. Opa-locka MU 8-0617
:: Licensed lesmd i
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GUARANTEE TO PLEASE 1M H.:C. 79h Street, ",, J J' 1019 N.W. 6th St., Ft. Lauderdale, JA 4-3357
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 25, 1965E.

It's just too bad that 26.9 per cent of all

serious crimes in the city of Miami 1 a s t WOOLWORTHof

year were committed by juveniles betweenthe

ages of eight and 16.

Perhaps, guardians and relatives will

SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor.and Publish think seriously about this.
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor

M.mb.r of th. Notional N.wspep.rs Publishers Association 4 66th Grand New Housing For iciri i\ .' of instant
1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Conclave of beauty
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS'-$3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 FAMU MarriedStvdeets wi

Ent.r'4 as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at th. Post Love and CharityGeneral
Office at Miami Florida, under th. act of March 8, 1876 Grand Accepted _

Office at 6740 N,_, 15th Av nu. Phone OX 1-0421 Order of Brothers and
Sisters of Love and Char- $690.000 housing com- _
''t "CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" ity holding their Grand plex for married studentsis
i Th. NEGRO PRESS bolUvos that America can best lead Lodge June 28-30 in Miami i: being erected at FloridaA
the world from racial and, national antagonism wh.n It accords with all the host and M University. The
to ovary man regardless of race, creed or color his tabernacles at Love and structure is part of a .::
human and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no mon-the Charity Hall 11th St. and multi-million dollar expansion -
Negro Press strives to h.lp every man In the firm belief that 3rd Ave. program n o w
1) all man ara hurt .. long as anyone Is held back. Opening will conveneat under construction at
St. James Baptist Florida A and M. The
I Church with a spicy pro- is the Win-
, ,gram Monday, June 28 at contractor Co.
COLLINS PROMOTEDFormer 8 o'clock pm. All mem- chester /
Governor of Florida Leroy Collins bers of the various Tab- of Tallahassee.The complex. will con- / .aI
to attend
ernacles are urged -
who has served as Director of Community Re- Tuesday at 9 a.m.. sist of 69 dwelling units
lations Service, created under the Civil Rights The District Grand Wor- a recreation center and a 'r '"
Act of 1964 has been named by Pres. Johnsonas thy Superior will open the parking area. In the of one 17
brick buildings
session for business. At 11 ..
Undersecretary of Commerce. He will will
suc- o'clock the Juveniles will and two-story type
ceed Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr., who has his eye entertain. Our DGWS is be 42 t w obedroom r :'r

on the position of Mayor of New York City. hoping to make this ses- apartments, 24 one-bed .,,.!..,J;:::' 44:: .
and :
sion worthwhile throughout room units, \..... ', y : T ,. ,
In a statement in Miami, Director Collins his leadership and three-bedroom units. Six- Qjf[ rf : '. .
said he was reluctant to discuss the Com- ability.A. ty nine additional apart- :,
F. Baisden, GGGWS; ments are on the drawing :
merce Department appointment until it was Lovely ,;
Ellen Taylor. bGS; Ethel board for future con- ,
acted the Senate but he intended to
upon by T. Johnson. DG ChiBrand struction. Silken ;
continue his interest in the Community Relations l,

t That's Service.pleasing news for his many ad- New Homes!! DYNEL I HAIR PIECES

mirers. This official has made his mark dur-
Now, you can enjoy rapid change hairdos
ing his administration as Governor of Florida $595 Down And Up without effort always look your well- 249
and is rendering worthwhile service as Direc- groomed best! Fashion goes to your head
OPEN HOUSE in complete selection of colors, from
tor of Community Relations. We are among a a
host of people who would hate to see him give Saturday & Sunday 1 to 6 p.m. pale blonde and darkest black to subtle
mixtures. Switches of Dynel8can
the'spendid work he is doing in Community grey pure 379
up Relations. 1547 N.W. 40th Street be cleaned brushed, and restyled

1730 N.W. 76th Terrace time after time at home.
May his successor fill the position of

1 Community Relations Director as efficiently Large, gorgeous, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, many USE OUR FREE LAY AWAY
and Mr. Collins did.
I successfully as extras. Big lots.
Available in Miami, Miami Beach, Coral Gobies, Perrine,
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This may be a bit of encouragement to 42

applicants who failed to qualify for Miami 11;::::: :;: n::::: ::::::::::::::: n .
f Police training at Miami-Dade Junior College
1 under the Economic Opportunity Act.
Phil Ossofcr
I Of 46 applicants only four made the
\ As a child,on a cloudy day
I In school these students are integrated in I would say, "The sun has 'TIL 5 P.M.
ti regular criminology classes. At the police gone down," not realizingthat
I station they do general work to familiarizethem the sun was still shining
just as brightly as ever be-
with police methods. hind the clouds which hid it

There were over 100 inquiries about the from me. The sun always AT
. shines. Should it cease, every
program designed 16 help the economically -
living thing on earth would : -
I deprived get an education while studying to perish.

) become policemen. Men from 19 to 21 can Now, as a grown-up I read ; study at the Junior College for two years if in the scriptures that the spi- S
the family income is no more than $3,000 a ritual Son of God is also the :

# year, plus $600 for each dependent. spiritual sun, whose light, ;
like that of the physical sun,
They are paid $1.50 an hour. Applicantsmust is perpetually shining on 1 BANK* "j
be high school graduates. earth. (Before Abraham was, > .
I am.") (Heaven and earth :: :<
shall pass away,but my words OP MIAMI ,.'.k<'ff. ,t?
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKThe shall never pass away.") > .,> 'j.
Right Rev. James L. Duncan. D.D.. Realizing that clouds hide } ,:' Full.Service B nk&n801" AU the" >P eopl'eA' '.
the sun but do not stop it from '
Suffrgan Bishop of the Episcopal Church in
the Diocese of South Florida with his head- new shining meaning I have in the recognized passages a 1 .,' 6013 NW. 7thAvenue'a. :

quarters in Miami, will administer the Sacra- which tell of Christ coming in !I 'Phone 759-4431,> t "\:ai ')
ment of Confirmation at the Church of the In- the clouds of heaven. (Matt. .' """
carnation, 1835 NW 54th St, the Rev. Earle 24:30: Rev. 1:7.: ) i ,' '. In elK Edison' Financial Center '>".,.
Hackett, Vicar, on Sunday morning at 9 o'clock. To me, when Christ comes I ;" '.,:
"in the clouds of heaven", it : : e : :
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means that His sun-like spiritual : :
Dr. Ira P. Davis of Miami has been ap- light is hidden from those : ,
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pointed a member of Metro's Urban Renewal who do not recognize, or as .' Now Providing '> ;
the scriptures put it, "do not
Agency. receive Him." It takes spiri- S ;7; New:Extended BankiriFHoursI
.. He has lived and practiced dentistry in tual eyes to pierce the clouds r T Miami for many years and should be well which hide the everlasting I ', .' :''1 |

qualified to serve with the Renewal Agency. Christ-light. l' Pflonday-Tuesday-Wednesday,
When asked his
disciples :
Another appointment on Monday was' why He spoke to the multitudein <9:30 am to 2:00 pm
that of Atty. Harold L. Braynon as a memberof parables, Jesus told them : ," ,' :
the Advisory Board of Health. Atty. Bray- that they (the disciples) were 5 e wY.
non is a well known young Miamian. given to know the mysteries of : : : < tit';:"
the kingdom of heaven (that :
Other appointments are: Frank T. Calla- is, they saw through the : FridaysH 'i
> .
han to the Transit Authority and C. V. W. "clouds"), but that the multitude J' .; 9:30 ,; .. f : ""
am to
Trice to the Industries Advisory Board having eyes, saw not; l (: ,2.QO-p'rn .' >::i-w;:
and having did ,. and
ears not under
Ulysses Thomas, indicted on charges of was stand.hidden The from sun of them His by truth the ; 5:00: pm to 8:00 pm
rape on two occasions on September 18 and clouds of their unbelief and 5 5 '%. k,
October 17, pleaded guilty to assault with intent worldliness.No I 5 5 5
to commit rape and was sentenced to ten wonder He warned us, WALK- JP WINDOW OPEN.r
years' imprisonment by Judge Fritz Gordon 'saying, .if the goodmanof I I .. "
the house had known in Monday thru Friday : N
and ten years by Judge Harold Spaet. what watch the thief would '

The culprit was lucky even with those come, he would have watched 2.00 P.M. to 5:00 'PM.
'sentences. and would not have sufferedhis
house to be broken up.
Sheriff T. A. Buchanan has been author- Therefore be ye also ready,
ized to pay $10,000'annual premium for false for in such an hour as ye think Saturdays
arrest insurance, covering 625 deputies not, the Son of man cometh." 9:00'am to;,NoonI '
(Matt. 24:43-44.) _;'-->AI..hi'

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Congratulations are in order for Dr. Ira ..". "( :
Davis who was named to the Urban Renewal ,- /.
Board this week; to Judge James Matthews, *

named to the Community Relations Board and ; FLtTTEItl I
Atty. Harold Braynon to the Health Advisory ,
Board. FAS
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Ronald Kelly, oldest son of the Alonzo ;
-c tND ,/
Dade.County's of Medicine (
Academy was is from New r + I ; .
host the Kellys of Liberty City, visiting ,
to Florida Medical, ,Dental and, Pharmaceutical York. 7f\
', ''Association A along with local .. .., ... .
guests at their 69th annual convention'Ball in "And 'what is so rare, as a day in June .. .. .
the Seville Hotel, Miami Beach on Friday Then, if ever, come perfect days FLATTERING FASHIONS AND THINGSby
evening. The affair was a gala one with every Then Heaven tries the 'earth rosalyn fairing ton
one enioved himself immenselv. To see if it be in tune, "Skirts and dresses. everywhere, but nota
And over it softly her warm ear lays thing to wear!I"
Alma.. Perkins and Frances Ware have
opened a'Wig: Salon All 'Tis Heaven alone that is given away, Ever had that problem? A closet full of
locka. : .;t : on Ave. ,in Opa-. 'Tis only God may be had for the askingNo "mis-mates?" A darling suit, but no ,blouse to
price is set on the lavish summer match? A dress that doesn't match the colorof
Rev. and Mrs. Bertram Collie of Grand June may be had by the poorest comer/' shoes or bag that you would like to wear? **

Prairie, Texas, are in the city to attend the Start a "wardrobe plan" by listing all the

Baptist World Alliance. The Rev. Mr. Collieis COCONUT GROVE WOMAN'S achievement awards for during outstanding the charm things you now have shoes, bags, scarves,
a former Miamian, who was active in the course. dresses, suits, sskirts and even jewelry. Now,
fraternal, civic, business and religious life of CLUB MOVES FORWARDThe
The CGNW wishes to express COORDINATE! Write down complete outfits -
this community many years ago. The Colliesare Coconut Grove Woman's a special thanks to the of things on hand to wear for work, dates,
accompanied by Deacon Thomas J. Kel- Club culminated a five weeks Northwestern Senior High or school. One or two purchases may be all
lum and Trustee W. J. Dechard. charm course June 10, with a School ballet group who per- that's needed to solve-and-save the situation!
formed so beautifully for a
Fashion I
Extravaganza at
appreciative audience.To Perhaps a pink blouse: would take care of
Mrs. Alfreda Dean and daughter, Sarah Christ Episcopal Parish Hall.
the Orovites, that "problem" How about
parentsand grey jumper. a
down from Orlando for few
were a days.
other friends,
Amid a beautifully decorated our many gaily colored scarf to tuck into the necklineof
Hope your birthday has that extra hap background of palm trees may,we make say thank this y ou successful for helping last year's green dress? Or a new plaid
py touch: Janice O'Brady, Zelma D. Black, and soft music 37 lovely project.us Our one a aim is to blouse which picks up the colors of all those
Jora Haywood, Bernice Johnson, James Ferguson young ladies promenaded a- make this a successful pro- "odd" shirts in your closet it's having the
Ondrea Lewis, Millis Symonette, Ruth Beth cross Sapuldlng the runway,One as of Mrs.Miami'sten Mary ject. Our one aim is to helpour RIGHT things that count! If a new pair of
Culmer, Mrs. Anna Bell Taylor and Fife, the top models, described youth grow better, .culturally black patent flats will put your wardrobe
their outfits. spiritually and men scheme together don't
barber. come back from shop-
Twenty-four ladies received tally.Mrs.. Virgil Whitehead Is ping with that orange slack set, no matter
Almost 600 delegates of the National diplomas in make-up, sitting, president and Mrs. Daniel how cute it looks in the store window.
Congress of Colored Parents and Teachers walking, fashion and other Cunningham is publicity mana-
from 14 states have gathered here for a five- social i graces. Six were given ger. Menu planning for any home entertaining

day convention at the McAllister Hotel. The is not the chore it used to be. To help young
Bayfront Auditorium was the scene of the 39th homemakers
and beginning hostesses the
annual banquet. women's magazines glow with beautiful color

Sincere sympathy to the Jarrett and Johns photographs of new dishes, new products,
son families. new ways to economize and yet set a fine

Rose Farrington, who does a Fashionsand No party giver can afford to ignore these
Things column for the Times, is leaving : Parisian Room magazines because they bring fresh ideas and
Friday for Philly, her hometown. She takes inspiration.You .
along son, Eric so that her family and friends AT79THST.7THAYE.
can find new products and appli-
meet the little tyke.
may --'''- '
1 appearing in stores monthto
ances leading
Charles McCartney is down from his f FRI.-SAT.--SUN.-. 15, 26, 27_' J make hospitality easier.

N. Y. base and is stationed at Homestead Air
Base. He made the rounds in Liberty City vis- Sheets won't wrinkle when drying if you
iting his family and friends. hang them on the line dripping wet The
weight of the water' pulls them down and I
Jacksonville made a unique parade this practically does the ironing and straightening
week as Negroes marched in protest againstthe for you. \
failings of some people of their own race

to clean-up their homes, their yards, and New wooden clothes pins have longer
themselves. The marchers that all Ne- s ,
life if you pour boiling water over them and
gro children be kept in schools so they could let them stand until the water is cold. Toughens -
aspire to higher personal and social levels. ; them and prevents splitting.
Marie Cooper is all smiles now that "
daughter, Carol, has made of her a grand- 0 ,..r..".:) ,, When laundering colored garments, pre-
mother. \ :l.,.. vent them from graying by adding a table-
spoon of vinegar to the next-to-the last rinse.
Archie and Beulah Pinder celebrated an- ( '
other wedding anniversary one week after 4 r
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daughter, Ferrecita and Abraham Turner be- r ,. : 1 i ) Try Our Classifieds
gan theirs with a reception at the home of '.4. ..t: .." f. i
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Adderly, their uncle.

Luella Ferguson is taking some of her ':: LAVELL'HARDY I

summer vacation for advance study at N.C. \ EARL CARROLL ;
College in Durham, N. C. }
rAId The Famous Dynamights (INSURANCE AGENCY of FLA1
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Mrs. David Porter (Iral Davis) and son t \g -
David Jr. of Nashville, Tenn., are in Miami 7', BETTER KNOWN AS MAM'S OWN JAMES BROWN ,

visiting relatives and friends. I AND THE FAMOUS _.- '
..H "-.... FUMES _..". 'I .. .
The Leroy Browns have as their house- ,
guests Alfredos Brown of Melbourne and Mr. i rw qe 1.$9-.603
and Mrs. James Bender of Lake Wales. Z 3 SY-.,.k'j H

Get well wishes to Elouise Crawford, If <, 4602''. :NW.. :7th, Ave
Charles Jordan Jr., and son, Derrell Jordan. .
The Jordans are confined to Mt. Sinai hos- k I"",.
< Y 4 ((1)) Has the state suspended your driver's license?
The Al Jacksons (Carmen) are cuddling ((2)) Have you been issued a warrant for failure to obtain. '
pink bundles of joy, and I do mean bundles insurance after an accident?
two darling little girls, Sharla Dean and ((3)) Mlllt you file an SR-22?
Shame' Carmen.

Leon Ferguson of Baxley, Ga. is visitinghis CONTACT US IMMEDIATELY" WE CAN HELP YOU


Arnold Finley, a '64 graduate of North
Dade is spending the summer in Connecticut US FIRST COMPARE OUR RATES

before enrolling at Morehouse in the fall.
South Florida's first fully integrated insurance

Dr. James Johnson, son of Mrs. Daniel AO Ot+ t agency.
Johnson! is spending a few days with his pT1
i.R i.T i.
Mrs Mae Pollard of Brooklyn is house NN K W&Y Remember when you buy a home you can callon
Brooks. Mrs. REt us to write your insurance.
guest of her sister, Mrs. Dorothy I
Pollard will return to Brooklyn Friday. She
reports having an enjoyable time with her Auto Insurance

sister and friends.

MONDAY NIGHT Celebrity Night SR-22's filedMuthlv J
The Faysonite Board of Greater Bethel .
NIGHT Amateur Night Available
entertained at the home of Mayme Montgomery. )/ .
Mable Barlow is president of the Board. ;...

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 25, 1965 7

there the other day, and my bill was less than a dollar, and .
TAKE, t : ,
the food waS good, so naturally, I wanted to know all aboutIt. YOUR FAMILY 'TO"i --. r 'w'r
It is operated by that pretty boy, Nat Vaughn. Try it v ,- (CHURCH, ;SUNDAY : .'X-n ifDispossessed

yourself You know I don't steer you wrong. .. .
.? -,, F MW 2:M .- FI w-/ '
. ,'
| Burtang 'I ?
Island Club, had a good engagement and drew a lot of the ,I 502 N.W. 54th Street I It NEED A LARGER HOME?
local night club goers. He had a 10 piece band with him. I
(4 saxes, 2 trumphets 2 trombones and 3 rhythms, which 157.7674 I WANT A BARGAIN?
-- produced a good sound) The same goes for the Mr. Excellent domestic open-.
L. [( t )< BY DAVE-BONDU j James Club where Johnny Nash outdid himself. He sang his | pings now in Ntw York and.. See 819 N.W. 77th St.
heart outto capacity crowds every night. He is such a nice Connecticut.
guy Faces in places this week were Medina Carney who I Huge CBS, bedrooms
chirps at the Hampton House; Lonnie Satin who just closedthe Transportation advanced.

Fountainbleu Our golf courses will! be almost empty I ALSO "1' 2bathsat, low price.I ,
the 4th of July weekend because most of our golfers will ..,' -- -- : ...., .
'f"s"" A. yf "fi 'f |$)KIV.' )H "0I "''* *, *> <* **
travel to.Ocala for the big tournament there including Malt ,and FemoltFinesrdomestic, I. CALL, :OWNER:,
Mayme. She can't make up her mind whether to go there or to .
; com*
Nassau. She's got Nassau on the brain, and when she get'sa ;
day off, that's where she heads. Yours! truly\ will be in _I merelol-job. :jft, this.; !!c I. 945-9886. *
Nassau with the Sonny Payne Trio (the former Count Basle \
Band drummer). ,He is opening Peanut Taylor's Yellow Birdon
July 26 Speaking of openings, Jamaica's top band,
Byron Lee and a complete show will be at the Island Club
June 26 for three days. I know you will enjoy the Blues- 'S1k0V0
t f
busters who are wi h this group. I heard them in Kinston, S sows
Jamaica and believe me when I tell you, these boys can Qa
sing. You'll never forget them. Bouquets to Dr. I. P. K bra Loro
Davis'upon his appointment to the Urban Renewal Agency. e
Entered in the Publinx Golf Tournament are five Par &
Birdie Members: John Fowler,James Everette Ernest HayesIra '
Maxwell and Eugene Clapp Where old and new friends meet

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Nassau now has for the first time in its history Lady I knew ,that there was something else I had to tell you
Constables-"Women Policemen." Some are directing traffic about My Cousin's, Place and that is the new policy, be- ; PHONE 759-0422 MM 'I.W. TTH:AWE.
one is in the C. I. B., and the rest are assigned to va- ginning Monday night,' and every night thereafter, except ,' ....
rious departments. If Nassau, in its thinking can be progressive Tuesdays, Frankie (he runs the place) is going to open witha "
enough to have Negro women in uniform, tell me new attraction,and band. Dave Akins will do the honors
what is wrong with Miami? It is high time we had Negro first, with his fabulous trio and new sounds. Dave has just
policewomen in our city departments directing traffic, signed a contract for a two week engagement. There will be ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooobTHIS
as well as other duties. The policewomen of Atlanta, Georgia no minimum and no cover. Just sit and dig the sounds, or
not only directed traffic, but helped with juvenile prob- dance if the spirit moves you. I'm sure all of Dave's fans IS VERY UNUSUAL ANDWE'RE
lems, worked at conventions, and handled school crossings will wish him well on his opening night this coming Mondayat
inorder to relieve the men for other duties. If anyone is Interested My Cousin's Place. DOING!!!

enough'to push this idea, Mayme has plenty pic- . .
tures and stories on the Atlanta women. She went to Chief OPENING MONDAY JUNE 28
I talked this week, didn't I? Till the
Boy, next one
Headley with the idea about ten years ago, but nothing came
5S55 PEACE! : The/

Basil Nichols, playboy of Nassau in a discussion of -
people, told me that he thought Chris Columbus, ace drum- : Dave :Aldus' Trio
mer man, was born in the Fox Hill section of Nassau. I had : '
no idea Chris was a Bahamian. Something else I found out- t
Howard University has the highest rating over any other college "
in the U.S.A., as far as Bahamians are concerned. ti r.N.
* Every

Nassau is having her face lifted. There is so much con- Except Tuesday,
struction going on, that we will be confused in 10 years. ''
5211 NW 17
The physical change is fantastic. The Sheraton-British AVE.Tht h flimfr flj
Colonial Hotel has removed its front wall and is in the renovation -
stages Marietta's Guest House has a new shop- friendliest bar !I. town All Star Show
ping center directly actoss the street from it and the
New Playboy Club (membership only) is a beautiful room Come in and say "hello SOMETHING NEW FOR YOU!
with a dining patio and swimming pool., The Playboy is *
owned by a popular Nassau Contractor,'Ivan Alexander. Of Dance Good ,Music

course, the most popular night club is Peanut:Taylor's Drum- AND'FOOTS CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT"
beat. They have the finest entertainment on the island. ELINOR
Freddie Munnings' Cat & Fiddle Club did a big business Everyone Swings Everyone Welcome
with Carlos Malcomb and his band from Jamaica and our
good friend Walter Wisdom has shifted from Freddie Munn- TRY OUR FAMOUS
Ings' outfit to the Banana Boat, which was owned by movie I I11D BAR-BE-QUE RIBS f" tMY ( JJlH, $ L4E:1.: ;.
producer, Frank Minaya. peanuts also has the Yellow Bird HW '
Club, where the world's (second greatest?) drummer, Sonny ; 11rroad is open and we have remodeled.We I* ,,LOUNOE; ANDN1TECLUB: : ,; "'
Payne will open in July. Sonny sez to give his father(Chris I (Formorlytlie' Smith Brotk.uctvb1.
all of I ., ...
Columbus) the title of world's greatest drummer well, are looking forward to seeing yowl :" ...-.oJ< ,.y "" "" il

listen for yourself and you decide we're staying out of 2O7'.NW3PL\ : :ST :and 2 d ,AvtS
out of these family affairs .Other clubs that are swingingare VISIT OUR NEW PLAYBOY ROOM AND BLUE ROOM ,.- :, ':
the Junkanoo, Native Club, Golden Isle. Hutch's, Dirty I 8-8198 OMr.
Dicks, Sugar Hill, Vikis on Mount Royal Avenue, and one or I 30000
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two more out in the "boon docks." There is never a lack of
places to go and things to do in N assa.u, believe me. That is
the place where you can really enjoy yourself, and you'll
have more to enjoy yourseft with if you stay at Mariettas REDUCE .
Guest House, where the rates are about the lowest on the ] Lost up to 6 poundsWEEKLY 't '
island, and it is still a nice, clean, well-kept place. For all
of you sippers, you can still bring home five fifths of booze. : James Club

.. 1545 S. W. 1st Strtet "' ,-' .:

That brings us back home, where the white and colored F R 3.2748 jj j j CORNER..H.W.:36TH,STREET: :&2ND\,AVENUE"

signs are still up at the city jail. I went to see Chief Head- j ''
ley about it, but he was out. However, I did speak with DR. LONG'S CLINIC \PRESENTS.:
someone in hrs office and was assured that it would be removed -
this week. If it is not removed this week guess we'll
have to call'on our good friend, City Manager Melvin Reese.He ooooooooooooooc
is a man who'gets things done, NOW.

The Mr. James Club is really going strong. As Jay, the (
manager, told me, "Dave, we've got the finest customers in CBS, 3 bedrooms, $300 down,
the world, and.other than just rock & roll, and jazz, we're $59 month. Completely reconditioned -
bringing some real class this week. It's Lonnie' Satin and in and out. City STAR OF STAGE, SCREEN AND TV '
the Marvells for this weekend, and we know our customers $9500 total. 1
carport. SitOII.'Z DIRECT THE
will enjoy.them." ,MR. FROM
SEE 1112 N.W. I52ND
WEEK: Josephine Johnson 4t OWNER WI 598363OOOOOOOOOOOO i
(waitress at Mr. James Club) I OO ;
PRETTY BOY OF THE ,Costarrlsg -iiE
WEEK: J. D. Mack, (ass't vice II
president-Lincoln National I The: Marvels:

WEEK: Nickie Lee (WAME) 'TIL JULY 2

Place has
like "f Miranda & His Sheiks
moved up in it's entertainment 9x12 rugs shampooed Billy Royal
policy. Opening Monday new $6. Chairs $4. Sofas Freddie Scott & Bennie Lotimort Combo

night is Dave Akins and his $5 & up. Throw rugs sham "l
trio. pooed fret with $15 ordtr. FRI, SAT. & SUN. '
t Floors washed, waxed and
\1 1 "- JVM 25-26-27 ::"
I assume that most of you.1L 'f buffed with Johnson's .1 ,.
good folk who bank with It.. $5. Work guaranteed
that there is a fine restaurantat
coin and Roosevelt are aware CONTINUOUS
the back entrance of Roosevelt Savings and Loan, which I 'lake anything look like .

was opened as a convenience for the employees of the two I ntw. 'Twtiday .. Anafeur'Hltt ,- Thursday; .. Ladies Mite
banks. But did you know that it is also for the convenienceof \ ANDREW JANITORIAL .
Butttrball Yoar;Host & M.C.I .
its customers? When you have to run to the bank during (licensed) ;
your lunch hour you are most welcome to have lunch or a Ii
snack there anytime. The prices are right, they are open Call 757.5842 .. .. .. --,' .
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from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Chester can cook! I had lunch J ;ia _-.' .;..-. -. ....., .,.,,.'" ,_.:;.--,. .

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1: .lDg,1. Bis_! ._Jfi tn'B til(.. Iii&1Bii,, uli. -
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y i.. Scores of guests are .living Bogalusa. La.; Dr. and Mrs, Carolina Mrs. Addison Wilson Evelyn Jackson Bowen, Los
( at the Hampton House during Charles B. Hinton, Richmond, E. Orange, N. J. Angeles, Calif.; Rev. and Mrs.
i 4 J the World Baptist Convention Va.; Rev. R. Hill, Pensacola, Rev. John R. Wheeler, T. T. Turner, Los Angeles, Model of The Week
t now meeting in Miami June Fla.; Rev. Aaron Mackley, Washington. D.C.; Mrs. Carolyn Calif.; Rev. K. 0. P. Good- / W
, 24-30. Arlington Va.; Mrs. Lolene McK Douglas, Macon, Oa.; win, Winston-Salem, N. C.; ifi si
4 The following persons are Robinson. New Orleans, La; Rev. R. R. Wilkerson Roan- Miss Eunice Hall Chicago,
f registered at the popular hotel: Rev. and Mrs. D. D. Smith and oke, Va.; Rev. and Mrs. Eno 111.; Rev. and Mrs. James
t4. Mr. and Mrs. Hialmer Carter, Mrs. Mae Belle Varson, Ale.H. Olaspie. Salem Va.; Rev. Bradley Braddock. Pa.; Rev.E. .
s Washington D. C.,; Mr. lander, La.; Mrs. E. o. Cope-'Roland Mayer Philadelphia, J. Jones, Chicago, 111.; k,
; P. Prather and son Louis Jr. land, Haynesville, La.; Rev. Pa.; Rev. William Anderson, and Rev. F. D. Johnson and
t I Washington D. C., Mrs. Thelma and Mrs. Hardy Easton, San Philadelphia, Pa.; Rev. John Mrs. Johnson, Chicago, 111.
" L. Hall and daughter, Francisco Calif; Mr. Bemi Wilkerson. Eunice, La.; Mrs.
; Washington D. C. Mrs. MaryW. Lee Faison, Jersey City, N. J.
. Burke, Chicago, 111., Rev. Miss Adelaide Jackson,
,I D Manning Jackson, San Amityville, L. I.; Rev. Moses D. C. Catholic Group atHa.ptoN
Francisco, Calif.,. Rev. A. J. Javis, Birmingham Ala.; Rev.
Stokes Mobile Ala., Rev. J. and Mrs. J. I. Jackson, Gal-
I W. Sanders, Gaffney, S. C., ., veston, Texas; Dr. M. W. Mc- Horse
I Rev. M. A. ZimmermanUnion, Caleb, New Orleans,La.'; Rev. Carney,
Mrs. Marjorie
S. C., and Mrs. Agnes D. and Mrs. T. R. Provost. San ,The Knights of St. John, a Mrs.Gray Lucia Mathews, Mrs.
Jackson, Los Angeles, Calif. Francisco, Calif.; Rev. UriahJ. Catholic group from Washington -
Rev. William Williams, Robinson, Mobile,Ala.; Rev.L. D. C. are spending the Loretta Sullivan Mrs. Evelyn
Jersey City, N. J., Rev. and D. Scott, Shreveport, La.; weekend at the Hampton House Howell, Mrs. Elizabeth Jones
Mrs. G. C. Jacob Alexandria, Rev. and Mrs. Oswald O. Motel and Villas. They will and Mrs. Lillian Holley.
la., Mrs. Gladys Smith, Mrs. Smith, Washington, D. Co Mrs.P. leave for a four day Caribbean Mrs. Louise Lee, Mrs.Andrews -
Louis Caster
Lavie Collins, Mrs. Lucy LaCrosse M. Thomas, Birmingham cruise and return to the Hampton Edelin Mr. 4
i Mrs. Octavia thompson Ala.; Rev. Richard W.Twiggs, House for June 30-July 1 Mr. Dock Albert Mr. W. G.
Hankins Mrs. Romano Fer-
New Orleans Pittsburgh Pa.; Mrs. Margaret before leaving for home. ,
Rosemont, ;
bush Mrs.
Mrs. Sarah Brown.
M. Thomas, New Orleans, La. Included in the group are: ,
Mrs. Agnes Dean, Sebring
Florence Thomas, Miss Bea-
Rev. and Mrs. E. W. Williams Mr. Clement Martin Washington -
fla. Mrs. Helen Montgomery /
; trice Hinson Mrs. Ruth Harrison .
Hill Fairfield Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. D.C., Mrs. Clement Mar- I
Pittsburgh. Pa.; Rev.
Augustus Louis Jackson, John L. Wilson, Alexandria, tin, Mrs. Josephine Whitman Mrs. Eleanor Davis, I
Mr. and Mrs. Mary Giles, Mrs. Virginia
La. Mrs. Fornia Plater,
White Castle La. B.
Rev. I.
Vernon Augusta,; Oa.; Rev. Rev. C. C. Scott Richmond Mrs. Dallas Coleman, Mr. and Nelson, Mrs. Lydia Budd Mrs. .. I
and Mrs. E. A. Rundless, Va., Rev. R. Wendell Mrs. W. Morton, Miss Ursula Gladys Shell, Mrs. Esther I

Chicago, 111.; Rev. P. J. Hat- Harris, Detroit, Mich.; Dr. Cummingham. r, .1
cher, Prichard, Ala.; Rev and Charles Williams, Detroit
Mrs. Fulton O. ,Bradley, De- Mich.; Mr. C. H. Manzi ,w ... ......._. i-\\. __
troit, Mich.; Rev. and Mrs. Bessemer Ala.: Mr. and Mrs. :i't
Robert C. Davis Washington, William T. Syphax Arlington Pretty, Smiling Alice Jennings is Mr. Bond's
D.C.; Rev. and Mrs. O. B. Va.; Rev. Wiley C. Casey, : ; jA 0 newest senior model. Alice a beautician her own
Williams, Portland Ore. Chicago, 111.; Rev. Joseph N. : x> right, graduated from the Sunlight Beauty School in
Mrs. Hattie L. E. Williams Patterson New Brunswick at 1960 and came to Mr. Bond from the Wig Salon of the
and Miss Charlotte Moriere, N. J.; Rev. M. M. Flynn. Deauville Hotel. Today you can't take your eyes off
Alexandria, La.; Mrs. Evelyn Shreveport,La.; Rev. and Mrs. Alice not only is she an accomplished wig stylistyou
Gray and Mrs. K. M. Rose, I. S. ColeAtlantic City, N. J. ( can meet Alice at the Miami Salon, 1552 N.W.
San Francisco, Calif.; Mr. Rev. P.- J. Ellis, Los Angeles -. 54th Street evenings and Saturdays) she is a graceful -
Edmond and Alice W. Fleet, Calif.; Dr. and Mrs. E. C. poised and charming model. In the salon or at
Arlington, Va.;. Mrs. Eliza Smith, Washington, D.C., Rev. Socials, Mr. Bond is very please to show off Alice.
Duke and Mrs. Irene Smith, Charles W. Ward. Raleigh, N. Photo by Avalon Studio.
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WINUP TO S100.OOf Garden (lib Honors President One FHA Mortage!!!

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setting: on the lawn of the Christian Hospital. Mrs.
beautiful home of Mr. and Valdez Murray gave a vo- FORD REALTY, INC. OFFERS THESE

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its outgoing president years as a teacher. Mrs.
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and giant Xorias the Garden Club.
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Gifts cards telegrams,
the setting was indeed ap-
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orchids given by William Mary Nixon, basileus of $450 Down.
Perry, our florist and pre- the Delta Kappa Sorority
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Gil io and to Mrs. Marjorie Wake A gracious responsewas 2 Bedrooms, Fla room, Carport, $300 Down.
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THE MIAMI TIMES. Frldav. June 25. 195 0 I
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.'] < < WEEKLY. ''ti Rev. W. F.
Carver YMCA Activities News From the sermon,and the '
Rev. P. W. Williams gave

1OCIAL NOTE! Because children of Involved the numberof In CAMPAIGN MEMBERSHIP EXTENDED South DadeBy the charge

Public School
County Alexander Brooks. 3lrs.
Susie Williams
'jA '' IY. BOND;: MODELSOur program. the Carver rha'rman of the Carver: ::::=:::1:::: : :I:::::: UEI CHURCH SUHDAYSmiling
YMCA has changed the YMCA Memorial Enroll .
biggest news of the main activities of Its sum- ment Campaign announced -
week-we were invited by Mrs. mer Day Camp program this week that the
Patricia Robinson to a Fash- from the Youth Building Drive would not end shortof .r ,

ion Show for the Building of Church the of First Baptist victory. Dunbar Reed ,u .
Bunche Parkto
Fund at St. James Methodist the associate secretary of the
YMCA Building on
Southern Area
Church. The very magnificent
57th St. ,
and 15th Ave.
who had been loan V
on to
clothes worn by Models Susan Parents with a custody us as
Allen, Roz Hill, Azote Hunt campaign director
problem after the dismissal has been recalled to his
and Junior Models Bernadett of school are asked to office in Atlanta with
Perry and Joyce Bendrots contact Miss Campbell at goal of 1,000 membersand
t were from Lory's Dress Salon. 696-0231 about enrollment $10.000 lust over half)
: The models showed sports- In the Carver Day Camp. accomplished.Mr .
: wear, daytime wear and eve- Since no transportation or ,
ning wear. Each model had a special style and color meal is Involved the Adams and Brooks Mrs. Blanche Nelson
price has been reduced
wig just "for her. toa
Calloway called the
We are especially pleased that Rev. Dlacknell low $2.50 per week for executive secretary upon to coordinate -
was present for the show and spoke to the ladies on YMCA members. The a clean up driveto
our behalf. "We are in the era of change, accept the swimming fee of 15 centsa reach this importantgoal Mr and Mrs. Noah --
change and let Mr. Bond Models day is extra. The sched- during the Eddie Pitt-
help you to becomenew ule Is summer. Williams missed their son Lee
and attractive." Rev. Blacknell then thanked Mr. Assemble as follows for: hike to The following workers Ernest Washington this man, popular local businessman. -
Bond for the contribution to the St. James Building pool for all swimmers have agreed to go a sec- Fathers' Day. He Is pres- Is the new own
Fund. For each wig purchased by the St. James Con 8 a.m. ond mile in solicitation: ently in the United States er cf the Dive-Inn Bar
gregation the Building Fund will receive $5. Devotional and PatriotIc Mr. and Mrs. James R. Air Force. He has also 1772 NW 79th St. Phone
Chisholm. Miss Helen attained his first stripeby (31-9431. He invite all
MR. BOND is like a proud father. New additionsto opening 9:15: a.m. Dorsett. Mrs. Elodla H. completing basic train his old friends to come c
his family are:Mr. Alice Brown,Mr. Kendrlck.Mr Class Lunch periods. 93012.:: Preston Rev. James Gris- ing.: He Is now studying and meet new friends. J
Leolo Fredrick, Mrs. Queen Esther Harris, Mrs. Rich Rest p.m. by and Charles Lockhart. electronics at Chanute Everyone welcome. indf;
son Badger, Mrs. Mack Banks, Mrs. Mable Gordon, oeriod. 1:00: to 1:30.: It is expected that each AFB. Ill. He lives at 17516 I
Activities 1:30
: 330.
Mrs. Lois Weens, Mrs. Sara Clark, Mrs. Bertha Jones, Assembly 3:30.Adjournment .- : member of the board of Duval Ave. In Perrine.
Mrs. Cruz and Mrs. Alma Harris. management will join in REAli'
p.m. the effort. This drive will '
Willie Walden is pres- ,) : ::
MR. BOND extends a special warm welcome to CAMPERS COOKIE stress youth friend of ently visiting his ill sister IAI'AINI
Mary Wilson of Mary's House of Beauty, 532 N.W. SALE youth and family affili- Mrs. Ida Cooper. Mrs. 39:H." :

2nd Avenue. Miss Wilson is the newest of our local Boys between the apes will ations.enroll, The family plan Cooper is in Kendall Hos FHA $ ,

WIGS BY MR. BOND Agencie of nlanning 8 and' 14 to years enroll who in the are dependent parents children andall pital.Cairo Mr.Ga Walden is from :;All',I CBS, fully ftm.UHJ..J

under 18 as regular f >' '
mem- p .
Residence mmn v
BEAUTY NOTES: Model Camp at La k e bers for unit .
Placid a price of $25 The No. 1 Usher Boardof "v
Alice Jennings is wearing an earn a may nart sell of cookies the $35 to (payable plan is possible). Mt. Morlah Baptist 1S42M.W.Mtret. ; .,' \
off black "Instant Beauty"wig fee. Cookies Each $3.00 contributed as Church is having a musi- CBS ;jj
be nick
with new frou-frou curls ed may a friend of youth will cal program Sunday afternoon Newly pointed, ;":
un at the
piled on top. And for thoseof after signing the provide a membership for at 3 o'clock June bedroom, FHA, $10,000.
you who wish to be cool, tion form. Cookies registra-sell nt a youngster under 15. 27. We are cordially inviting $300 Jowo No "doting "
casual and canfortable, hereis 50 cost for youths 15-21 everyone. Rev. W. '
cents box
per and 25 is $5 co Ms* 62.21 .oothl,.,
a style you might enjoy. cents is credted for each per year. C Edgar pastor; Mrs.
box cold. Since this drive has Carrie Lou Frierson, -0-
TO ARRANGE A BEAUTY The ramn schedule is started the following per- president. $100 Down with.221, ctrt.
SOCIAL CALL OUR PUBLIC August 22-28. Applications sons have reported;
RELATIONS CONSULTANT will be mailed on requestor Rev. I. C. Mlckins $35; Ordination services .. OPEN SAT. & SUN.
Blanche Calloway at 7592482.Don't may be picked UD at Charles Lockhart $5; Pat were held June 17. 8 p.m. AETNA REALTY
forget Mr. Bond's"WOMAN anytime at the building rick Range $15; bringngthe at St. Ruth Baptist i
I, OF THE MONTH." total to 6782. Church Dania. Rev. W. ..BROKER.
4 -- C. Edcar, pastor, for LiCentiates :811 N.W. S4TU: STREET
E. Long and Albert "$
by the salon, 1552. N.W ,T4tft: St.GALLOWAY'S Cooper. The pastor ; 7175724oooooooooooooooooooo
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CONSOLIDATE YOUR DEBTS gave the occasion the bit, ,'I>.4H.< > >


I say so myself, my brother Cab was just won- SMALL PAYMENTS ooooooooooHSATTENTION
derful on Ed Sullivan's show last Sunday. The choreography ..
$ 1,000 ------ --$ 20 Month
photography, and closeup were the
$ 2,000 ---.-.--.---$ 30 Month
last word. with all those beautiful girls decorating the !!!

scene a real performer would have to do his best $10,000.----......$100 Month
and that's what Cab was "At His Best." You missedthe ,
show ? Shame on you, you missed a rare treat.
1st and 2nd Mort,.,..
"The Greater Miami Urban League Guild Cocktail
Party at the Parisian Room on Sunday was a huge R. I. Baron Mortgages URBAN RENEWALWe
success.". says Mrs. Eugene Mitchell, president.The .
show presented by King John and featuring 14535 N.E. 5th Avenue Mortgage Broker have hOlies for all you people. Any range of prices.We .
Clarecne Reed and the Delmiras, Pick Pocket Pearl are here to serve you. Please come over to see our

and guest star, Frank.Lagree, was worth the price of ..-- models at 1131 & 1141 N.W. 75th St. on Sunday. Open
the admission alone not to mention the fine dance orchestra
1-6 and bring families and our salesman will
p.m. your
of Arnold Albury and the "In Crowd, who
played such good dance music nearly everybodywas show you some of our new and used homes.

on the floor doing the Popeye, Watusi, Chicken $200 Cash $65 Month FENSTER REALTY (BROKER PL 9-9779 I
Scratch and what have you.
Core is sponsoring a barbecue on July 26 at

Virginia Beach. Circle that date more about it 2 BEDROOMS, I BATH, CARPORT, NO QUALI 00000000

Mr. Jack McCants, world renowned lecturer, for-
mer Methodist Minister and Auxiliary Board Memberof AND OUT. THIS IS A DOLL HOUSE. SEE OOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOwner
the Ba Hal Faith of the Western Hemisphere will be
the main speaker at Mt. Zion Baptist Church on sun- TODAY. Sells Direct 8

day, June 27, at 4 p.m. This program will be given to
commemorate the death of Mrs. Mary McCloud Bethuneand $100 Down LOVELY CBS HOME 8
honor Rev. and Mrs. Edward T. Graham for their
untiring, outstanding volunteer services to our community 8
$300 DOWN $66 MONTH
." Left all support this program and pack Mt. $77 Mo. Pays All


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Key that opens VA, FHA or Bargain Homes to you.
Prices based on E-Z terms. Qualifying or closing costs "The BealTreat" YOUR BEST BUYSOPEN

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K ''NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. Meeting toWelcome ST.. JAMES AME .

W. E. Sims pastorA. Rev. J. B. Blacknell pastor
L. Stephens 'reporter Foreign Bert Cooper reporterOn

During morning serviceon r. Father's Day the
} Delegates
i last Sunday we observed dot 1 pastor extolled, warned
Father's Day and and preached a delightful
the fathers did a beauti- A Baptist AllianceOn sermon ,to the fahers and

, ful job of carrying out .t Saturday, June 26 at the family in particular. Mt. Calvary
the service. We thank He expressed disappointment .
there will be a
r MT. CARMEL them for a job well done, 8 p.m.meeting at Mt. Zion in noting that most Celebrates

I Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor and also our visitors mass Baptist Church, 301 NW members failed to wear

Louise McGrlff, reporter Bro. Bernard Williams 9th St.This. some kind of rose of me- Woman's DayThe

t The No. 2 Usher Board of Greater New Macedonia program will wel- mento honoring their

) ended Its anniversary' who brought the come the Bahamian and paternal parent, whether annual Woman's

1 with great success. The "Tribute to Fathers" and Foreign delegates attend- deceased or living Or Day ,of the Mt.
' Rev. Atcherson delivered Bro. Douglas Cook of New ing the Baptist World Alliance commenting on this seem- Baptist Church
; the message. The evening Bethel, gave the Inspri- Words of welcomewill ingly lack of Interest In will be celebrated Sunday,
t message was brought to rational Prayer. May God be given by the Rev. father he said in toto. June 27 Preparationshave

us by our pastor.. All day forever bless and ,keep Dr.. E. T. Graham, pastorof Father, who goes out and been made for a
we had a wonderful time you.Our DEACON:: I). COOK Mt. Zon and presidentof sweat and toll for the feast beginnnlng
, in the Lord.SALTER'S. No. 1 usher board the Interdemnomina- famly to keep them IP School
.Is continuing its efforts: ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. tional Ministerial Alll- shelter and other necessi- with Sunday at
CHAPEL with a dinner sale this anne of Greater Miami. ties seems to be the least 9:30: a.m. :.
Saturday at the home of A. H. Esslx. pastor Among the g u est thought of person! on days The morning speaker
\ It was Youth Day at Sis. Annie L. Roberts, 3330 NW 213th TerraceWe speakers wll be BarristerL. such as this. will be Mrs. Thelma

t Salters Chapel Sundaly. 1600 NW 53rd St. phone are observing our 0. Plndling, MH A, of Bro. Cleveland .Jackson Groves who Is an active
morning 691-7066 for dinners annual Men's the 4th honored his member of the Mt. Sinai
I Sunday ser- your Day Nassau who Is leader of was duly by
\ vice was a glorious heart beginning at 12 p.m. Do- Sunday In June. Morning the Progressive Liberal family daughters. son and Baptist Church of Per-

; touching affair, with the nation $1.00. You are Invited speaker, Deacon Cook Party In the Bahamas grandchildren who were rine. Mrs. Groves Is avery

Presiding Elder and his Sunday from 4 to 6 of Greater New Bethel House of Assembly.A able: to attend service filling dynamic speaker.The .

graceful wife as o u r p.m. to a Fashionable Church, Rev. W. K. SmithIs plaque will be pre- almost two rows of evening speaker
guests. The Presiding Elder Tea at the home of Sis. pastor. sented to Dr. Doris Johnson seats. will he Mrs. Irene Brown

delivered a heart felt Lenora Williams 1460 NW Evening speaker, Rev D. Ed. for 'her pro- The building program is Burns who is an active
sermon. Astonishment 41st St.The Roscoe Jackson, pastor of gressive leadership in going alone smoothly and member of the New
I and happiness lit the con- Sunday School and Greater New Macedonia helping to bring about captains of the various Bethel Baptist Church
tenance of the Revs. J. S. BTU Convention will Baptist Church. Everyone women suffrage in the months that memberswere and the daughter of

,, Blake and H. J. Benson convene with us July 7 I Is Invited. Bahamas. born are pleading to George and Geraldine
as they were honored through 11. Plan to attend Deacon Herbert Armstrong you to continue the good Brown. Mrs. Burns Is
with the presentatons of now. chalrrmran; Dea- Friendship MethodistRev. work you are doing and Sunday School superintendent -
palques:: and the unveiling We wish to thank all con Elijah Sims co- attend the various func- ; youth director
of their photographs for of our friends and visitors: chairman.ST. J. E. Jenkins pastor tions that are being spon- poet, community worker
their spiritual guidanceand who worshipped with us Ruby Lee Carr reporter sored. Your $2.00 will goa a junior at the Nannie

untiring aid in buildIng on last Sunday. We invite LUKE M. B. Sunday services were long way in defrayingthe Burroughs School of Religion -
\ the present church.We you to come again wonderful all day with exepen! of our king::: in Washington.
were blessed to have real soon. Let us con- Burnesba Green reporterRev. our pastor preaching dom building. D.C. and finally she is an

two such devoted men as tinue In prayer for the P. W. Williams, morning and night. influential speaker.

our spritual Shepherds.Mrs. sick and shut-ins. A pet pastor Friday, June 25 at 8 ZION HOPE M. B.

Champions; of Hal- well card will mean much The men of St. Luke p.m. Young; Matrons will Sunday, June 20 we NEW MACEDONIA
landale was a special to them. begin their anniversary
will observe their annualfen's had wonderful services
3165 NW 56th Street
guest of our first lady. with Rev. I. S. Clark and
'Day Sunday, June starting; at Sunday School Rev. Roscoe Jackson
Many other guests were DAY SPRING 27. Every effort Is being congregation in charge throughout church. Rev.
present. We like to say made to make this a and will be conducted on Freeman preached out of pastor
that our doors are forever 2991 NW O'ml; Street great day. They have selected Sunday with Rev. C H. his soul all day. Willie J. Beard reporter

I open for your presence Rev Wm. Slater pastor two of our leading Smith of Jordan Grove In We are asking everyoneto The Deaconess Board

I i always come. Sis. Naomi Arnica ministers for the day: the charge. Sis.!!! Lucy Rem- attend their weekly wishes to thank each of

Mrs. Crawford is now reporte Rev. ,J. E. Jenkins pastorof bert, president and mem- meeting. The No. 1 usher their members and friends
at her home rrom the Our first observance of Friendship Baptst Oars Invite you to be with hoard will be selling barbecue who helped to make their
hospital. Her address is Youth Day will be heldon Church will be the morn- them on Saturday, June Saturday from 1 third anniversary a great

3101 NW 49th St. Please Sunday June 27. The Ing speaker and the Rev. 26 at 8 p.m. No. 1 choir p.m. until and we are asking success.

visit those who are con- :young people are very W. M. Davis of the First will sponsor various singing everyone who can and Beginning Wednesday
fined in the hospital and elated and are working Baptist Church of ; groups of the city. The will to please drop bv and night before the second

at home. Mrs. Willie vigorously toward their Brownsville will be the president, Deacon Albert buy. yourself, sandwich Sunday In. next month rUsher
the Thorpe Is doing fine In, goal. v evening speaker. Members Lewis and members'invlteyou Sis. Elizabeth Jackson Board No.' 1 will

the hosptal. Don't forget Chairman EMus Hawkins visitors and Christian to come. reporter begin celebrating their
missionaries will hold friends Our get well wishes are third anniversary.
their and co-chairman your spiri- Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor
meeting on Mary Brown have planned tual and financial supportwill extended to Sis. Essie Deacon W. L. Llghtburn
Saturday at 10 a.m. Please be hlghlv Mae Bush in Cloverleaf president.!
unique programs appreciated. ST. MARY'S W. M.
members be there at Sal-
Also Bro.
Deacon Hospital. Young
that hope will Floyd Davis
we you attend -
ters Rev. H. V. Stuart
Chapel. pastovDorothy
and Johnson and Bro. Lufonzo
and enjoy. The Rev. Bro. Herbert Am- Ushers'
Solomon. associate min- mons chairmen. Ross in Jackson. Major, reporterThe

BETHLEHEMThe ister of Friendship Baptist Our deepest sympathyto officers membersand Federation Ass'n
attendance has Church will be the TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. Sis. Yolanda Johnson in friends of St. Mary's
the loss of her grand- W. M. Church were hap-
The attendance mornng speaker.
greatly Improved. We are At 3 p.m. the St. P 1Baptist L. A, Thompson mother in Louisville, Kv. pv to have Atlas LodgeNo. MeetsThe
308 Exalted Ruler
Church of F"QT'tMvers pastor Come to( our church
asking and pleading with Harold monthly union of
our members to please of which the Rev., Brother Joshua Carev. you are always welcome. Hugs: Antlers the Ushers' Federation
Temnle No. 39. Jessie .Tiles
Phillips is will bIn a faithful member of the
attend church services. pastor Association met on last
All members: friends charge. After the service -*1 church was honored as Ushers at Mt. .Daughter of Ruler the and members fourth Sundav afternoon

and well wishers are Invited free dnners will he the oldest father on Fath- Benevolent Protective Improved Order at. New Shiloh M. B.

to the ordination of served. SixteenyearoldRev. er's Day.:: He has ,been one Moriah of Elks of the World- Church. Rev. A. M. Griffin.
Brown will be the of the most ardent
our pastor Rev. Oscar members pastor.
West Sunday 3 p.m. at speaker at 7 o'clock ser- over the years. and The monthly Union of and State President W. O. The was

New Mt. Moriah Rev. A. vice. Knowing that the In spite of his age and the Ushers' Federation Perry and worshipping their withus elaborately program planned bv very the

L. Shipp officiating.We children of today are the physical weakness, he Is! Association will be held and verv encouraging ushers of New Shiloh,

were happy to !see leaders of tomorrow, we always present. Sunday June 27 at 3 p.m. ; as to uplifting the remarks Rev. Robinson: of Georgia -
the adults should take It will be held at New great
our sick and shut-ins at
Tonlsrht (Friday) the work they are doing; in delivered the message.
B. Church
church. every effort to push them Mt. Mroiah M. ,
Male Chorus will helping the were wonderfully
sponsora The youth of
sp'rltuallv to higher 6700 NW 14th Ave.
Parents please that
'Trip Around t h eWorld" community.The preached to us. The
your child ,or children heights. For a devoted.religious ushers are invited to at-
at the home of amount raised was $265.
Junior .
leader Choir of St.Mary's
meet on time Saturday at is a good tend.A
Mr. and Mrs.
Mt. Tabor for the musical leader. We are looking Stafford very unique snd,elaborate is rendering; won-
Bain in
forward to seeing Hollywood has been derrful service. Speakersfor
program. you program
Just a reminder. memo Sunday, July 27. being Transportation the main'will leave stop. planned for your enjoy the Maxine Junior Church C..1. Burney, pastor

bers the State Rally ends the church 1723 NW 3rd ment. were Wittingham. Claudia Wilson reporter
Please Please come! You are Theophllus Adderley and
Sunday.assessments. pay your First Baptist Ave. at 8 p.m. Donationone most cordially Invited. Gladstone Hunter Jr. Baptism services Sun-

M. T. dollar. Deacon Edwin Ramsey, There will be testimony day In the morning ser-
Hopkns, reporterST. Youth
DayOn The sale sponsored My president; Willie J. Beard, Sunday. The male chorus vices. All canddates are
the Sunday School at the Rev. A. L. Shipp will furnish music morn- asked to be present at 10
BARNABAS W.M. June 13 the youthof reporter;
Ing and a.m. and tiring a changeof
First Baptist celebrated home of Mrs. Eva; Gibson pastor. night.
Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor their annual Youth continues every Saturday. garments.
Rowena:: Richardson The Service begins at high NEW SHILOH Continue in prayer for
Day. theme was OpaLockaCivic
the sick and those who
reporter "Youth Today's Followers noon. Kev., A. M. Griffin pastor
Last Eugene Jones. are grieved over the loss
Sunday morning ; Tomorrow's Lead- reporter
Deepest sympathy to ClubElection of loved
; ones.
Rev. Lester Albert was ers." The highlights of Mrs. Mae Mortimer \yjiose Sunday School at 9:30: ;

the principal speaker. He the day began with the brother died last week. HeldThe morning service at 11 a.m. We are asking sister
took full charge of the morning service led bV Junior choirs will render churches
to and
service. Everyone was James Crawford. Oca-lock Civic the music. No. 3 usher come out
sit in
spiritually blessed and The morning speech Women's Day CluW announces that at board on the floor at 3 mass or on union some meetingsand of
their souls felt happy In was given The Deaconesseswill
by George Ga- Us June 8th meeting Jack p.m. how
the Lord. The men's briel. have ... see they are carried -
choir The other partici- At Central Blakelv was! re-elected program. The I out. I to
sang from the depths of pants were Charles McCoy president of the organization. Rev. July Cooper the announce that am happy
their hearts. After service\ Harold Cortney BaptistThe guest speaker, Sis. Wood- last on o u r
meeting night we
a delightful luncheon was Edward Crawford and Mr. Blakelv has servedas son. president. had
church to
enjoyed by all. Archie McKay. women of Central chairman of the hoard BTU at 5 p.m. Sis. unite with
Bro. Sidney Trotman The speaker for the Invites you to worship' for two terms and this! Is! Myles presiding. Let's not us: Kelly'sChapel
Methodist Church
left Monday for Los An. evening; was Miss Mary with them all day Sun- his 5th time serving as forget our sick and shut- Rev. Lewis ,
geles to visit leis daughter Ann Delores Carson. In day on their 7th annual president. He Is an ardent ins. Members pastor.
of the Ushers'Federated
Marva and. husband Leroy charge of the order of day at 11 a.m.Mrs. G. M. civic worker and admiredby Association

Worthy and their two service was Precilla Mc- Champion, the pastor'swife the entire community. NEW BETHEL BAPTIST First Baptist Greater are
sons. God's blessing Kenzle. The other
go parti- of Greater Ward's Other officers elected
Mrs. Oscar New
Range, owner of Macedonia Kelly'sChapel
with him. cipants were Kavetta Chapel will be the Adams
speak- Mrs. Marjorie
are Range Funetal
Home, will be Methodist New
Our, assistant pastor Wilcox, Grenda Green
Mrs. Ollle
vice president:
Rev. Demerltte was In Dianna Green Fannie er.At guest speaker at New Bethel Bethany, New Mt. Mori.
3 p.m. Miss Albertha Kelley, recording secre- ah,
New Shiloh and
Sands Baptist Church located
charge of the evening ser- and Rita Grant. Strachan will be tarv Ravmond Brltton at
vice. The whole We the ; 1571 N.W. 68th Terrace. in Peaceful Zion.
church would like to thank speaker for the treasurer Mrs. Willie Mae behalf
I felt happy. Rev. Culmer all of those who helped you n g ; of the Eighth Annual
I women. 7 pm. the even- Johnson business manager LOOK! 'ITS HERE!
also brought us heart make our day a success. ing speaker will be Mrs. ; Mrs. Joan Blakely, Woman's Day, Sunday, June
touching remarks. McKenzie 17
Mary Sutton. financial secretary; Mrs. The Heaven
Miss Florle Johnson of president; Kavetta Wil- :There will be a Train
Rebecca Moore corre- program
Mrs. El.: J. Clark chair. will be at Metropolitan
Opa-locka won the bea- cox, secretary; Mrs Manning RDondhur secretary Mrs. at 3 p.m.; and refreshment A.M.B.
tiful bedspread Saturday Mrs. Sands, Mr. man: Mrs. E. Ferguson,,' Willie Pearl Bailey,; chap- will be served. Everyone is Church. 1778 N.W. 69th St.,

night at Mr. and Mrs. McKay, sponsors.; Rev. co-chairman; Rev. E. J' lain and Mrs. Mamie invited to come out for a very Sunday June 27 at 8 p.m.
Ardley Richardson's home. W. J. Macon, pastor. Clark, pastor. Washington, reporter. enjoyable day. %ev. J. J. Williams, pastor.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June:25. 1965'' 11
New Street Lights Make - -- ----------
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Twice SCIENTIST' Ness People. .
City as BrightThe How each indivJ! l discovers
the "kingdom ot
installation of new N.W. Fifth St" N'W 23rd St., heaven" is the ,underlying Places. .
street lighting in the Central N.W. First Ave. and N.W. theme of a Bible Lesson on
Negro District has been com- Seventh Ave.Mounted "Christian Science" which
pleted, City Manager M. L. on existing wood will be read at Christian Things. .
Reese reported :on Monday. poles, when urban renewal in s Science Churches on Sunday. LaI 1 r,. ....
A 20-day crash programwas the area puts concrete poles From "Science and Health By Lawrence B. Cooper
launched by five crews in the light fixtures will be with 'Key to the Scriptures"by
from the Florida Power and switched to the new poles. Mary Baker Eddy will be We Don't Remember AnythingLike -
Light Co. to install the new The commission
gave Reese read: "The great miracle to
but they completed the permission to M It Before!
lights, install the lights human sense is divine Love
ahead o f schedule.The as a means of
job cutting down on and the grand necessity of
new lights-"100 per crime in the area. The city of existence is to gain the Last week In Jacksonville Negroes stageda

cent brighter than existing will pay FP&L $14,400 instead 1 true idea of what constitutesthe protest march. Hold your hat! This time the
ones"-were, installed in the of $11,100 annually for kingdom of heaven in
high crime ',area bounded by the increase. man." march was staged against Negroes in slum
Included in the Bible read- areas to clean-up their homes and surroundings -

ings will be a verse from Ha- and themselves!

bakkuk (2:14): "For the earth More of these marches should be stagedin
shall be filled with the know-
GAMBLE'S MEMORIAL ledge of the glory of the Lord, many of our metropolitan cities.

CLEAN HONORS as the waters cover the se e." We are not intending to disparage Ne-
PASTOR Christian Science Society
of are a- bit slo
welcomes you to attend its groes as a whole, but many us
God in Christ Memorial paid special Churchof service at 1600 NW 54th St. ven when it comes to our home surroundingsand

tribute to our pastor on at, 11 o'clock each Sunday personal appearances.Take .
Father's Day for his fine m nina. a ride around our apartment rows

leadership and fatherhood.We Reading Friday fc7.4,5 room 1-3 Wednesdayp.m. Mondayand here and take careful note of the wash hang-

and are all grateful who contributed for our pastor to the ing on the front railings of these apartments,

success of the program. with cane fishing poles tied up or leaning in
Elder J. C. Jackson is Ebenezer Method! the front; bare foot, ill dressed kids galavanting -
DRESS RIOT the pastor and Seabrooks is The Rev. A. D. Hall among the filth, and exposed to the "dirty

reporter. returned as pastor of tongues" of neighbors and parents.
VALUES TO $19.99 Ebenezer MethodistChurch
Card Of ThanksWe after returningfrom And what would probably strike your
BROKEN SIZESSATINSBROCADESHURRY the Florida Conference attention would be the number of late model
wish to thank all for which convened In
in of these stone monsters.
their condolences and Daytona Beach last week. cars parked
kindness during the pas- Sunday morning, a You may feel l a little personal relief when .
sing Emma of our Church.mother Mrs. greatreception of mem- you go to the better residential "districts" and

thanks to the staff Sneclal of and bers his welcome family,the as he pastor begins 0oe how other "cullud" brethren are trying to

; Memorial Hospital and 11th year as pastor 1ceep a well regulated area, especially where
B'O".I11 the Samaritan Nursing of the church.
Negroes have moved into and integrated for-
Home. The officers pledged
mer all-white neighborhoods.We .
Mrs. Ruby Cutler. Mrs.
their loyal support to the
.\ ; / Leola Roberts, and Mrs. church, to the pastor, and could write a thesis on why some of
Thelma Annis, daught-
to on the total -
ers.31st. carry program us lack the drive and determination to betterour
of the church.
.S living conditions and personal appear-
-1 1vANeTV
at Anniversary Williams are residents of ances, but it would take a book to do so. But,
1520 NW R7th St Their thank God, we now have some determined

P 2 fir $I.SlipsSlips Mr. and celebrated Mrs. Fred their Williams daughter, Is Catherine a driver McKinney Instructor -- leaders, white and black, who are trying to

31st wedding anniversary at Blanco Driving drill into this class of Negroes self indepen-
Thursday, June 24. The School. dence, self respect and many other virtues
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--- n and above all whatever their station in life
% Gowns ------
Pajamas, [ Open For 'Too }>OOOOOOOOOOOOWhen 00 i -make it as clean as humanly possible.Let's .
do some more marching against
REG. $1.99 MONDAY, JULY 5th I you buy !
Everyday Is a HolidayAll .

2 for $3 Jig I kind of day music, every- I| your home, Try This Sometime!

Everybody welcome.
1 p.m. until? this The crabbing season has opened. No, not
I I I'rock crabs or the soft shell blue crabs which

2' for $1 FOUNTAINBLEAU PATIO seal is are caught in sea water, but the so-called land
Bra Sale i (Formerly Shaddle'c Place/ )| crabs. These delicacies, to a certain group
6804 N.W. 15th Avenue
I your (like those who go all out for cat fish eyeball
REGULAR JI.W.TO $1.59 VALUES 5.7YChildren's EA. MUSIC BY NATURE BOY I I best stew) are out in the early morn and late even-

L AND. HIS FRIENDS.! ...J,I ing. Crabbers track down these crustaceans

assurance which swarm the woody areas of Biscayne
Boulevard near Ojus and other sites near Cut-
Sw that: 1)you w n't pay too much;;; ler Ridge They are so thick during this time
69EA. YOU 2) you won't waste days looking at thi"wrong" I of year when the rains come and force them
Playwear real estate; 3) you'll get acCurate :: out of their holes that residents in the vicinity
Sick, troubled, unhappy? facts; 4) you'll get skilled, professional
advice; 5) you'll tee property won't complain when their property is tress -
Need Help? that MANY MORE ,
SPECIALS THROUGHOUT STORE you'll receive help In finding
Send (for your prayer clothe of financing.As Realtors,we're readyto We have indulged in several of these
today. Also birthdate. Contributions serve you. Call us any time. safaris with the boys and have bagged quitea

Three Sisters accepted. 178 N.W. 47th Terr. few before tiring out. You should see "Ole

REV. MOTHER MCDONALDP. Coop" doing a, step and a half in what he calls
Lovely CBS, $350
6145 NW 7th Ave 0, Box 6326 down. FHA. $86 month. running chasing these white and blue devils
Miami, Florida 33136 o before they can get to their holes. It was more
7010 N.W. 6th Avenue of a sport to us rather than the actual gour-
met taste for these crabs. We know how and
$500 down, 3 bedroom, CBS. have "burned" pots of crab and rice a pop-
$9,500. No qualifying, red
Another outstandingMILK tape. Low cash ular dish with crabbers hereabout. Many sea-
O food connoisseurs frown on these creatures as

LIMERICK to celebrate... (18JFYnwuth 1770 N.W. 90th Street being unclean and unedible. But let one of
those who know how to prepare and cook them
$450 down. Central air con.,
large lot,ultra modern kitchen, and just they taste the finished product,
county taxes only $87 mo. they will think that they are dining at Tony's
O Fish Market. No kidding!

named Eileen 6811 N.W. 28th Avenue It Says 'Rat 'Chere DepartmentThat
There was a 3 bedroom, modern CBS. Ter-

razzo floors, tile roof, modes last year Americans spent $655 mil-

She just wasn't making the scene payment. lion (good grief!) on pet food (dogs

How's Your Stock of Rent and cats), nearly doubling that spent on baby
Receipts.Buy food !
But with MILK as a boosterShe's
this duplex 8800. Live In addition to that all the scraps that go
free In 2 bedroom apt. other
rooster 4 pays all costs. home in bags from parties and eat-outs are
as chick as a fed these pets, plus scraps from the dinner
VI.ltour office ..
of the many attractive and photos homes, table. Some pets are living high on the hog

Now everyone's eyeing Eileen. Income properties and business nowadays. We remember when the butcher
locations we have available supplied soup bones and other tidbits from his
for yourevery realty need. butcher's block for the purpose of feeding
Think of us as your realtor ad. these voracious animals.No .
rr's-roo visor.
written by O Hot all Brokers are Realtors. wonder when we go on our weekly
: Deal only with a Realtor shopping expedition we almost select cat and

McDOUGLERoyal LJ Chas.S.FontanaREALTOR dog food mistakenly for various types of can-
ned goods like hash, hamburgers and tuna for

( Castle Counterwoman) .. our pantry. These pet items are now conven-
.. Licensed Since 1937 iently displayed among the housewives' most

Who drinks three glasses of milk a day 6016 N.W. TTH AVENUE important household items. Heck these Hu-,
rascals eating bet-
mane Society protected are

.OU'.A,' meals. OAAVN.rtU,. CI'\OOI/we 7517511rOOOOOOOOOOOOOCX ter than some of their masters!

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TON of 1500 NW 74th St. 19885 NW 4th Ave., died
CARDS MEMORIALS t DETHsIN 'passed away June 18.He June 15. She was shippedto
; is survived by three Swalnsttoro Ga. Sat-
nieces. Dianna Darrell. urday for final rites. Sur-
Bertha Mae Thurston and vivors are three sons six .

! NEMORIANa IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn Marie Aybar a grandniece daughters four sisters.

__"__. __ Norma Jean and two brothers and 15
loving memory of sad but loving memory of other relatives. Service grandchildren.
) of our loved one, will be held Saturday '12 .
EVANOIt LIN E HILTON noon in the chapel. Rev.A. USSOM DANIELS,..;3007 Y
j THOMAS H. (Daddy) MINGO C. Mozell offlcatng. NW 59th St., apt. 3
jI ,who this life 'June
June 20. Service
who departed this life in Key died
I 22, 1963. West, Fla. on June 21, 1955. RICHARD EARL MINS held in the Liberty City
"He shall come down of NW 65th St.. Wednesday. Sur-
Dear loved one, 10 years 1174 pass- Chapel t ,
+ from on high to fetch me and have passed since you left us. ed away June 23. Mr. vivors are wife Fannie
shall take me out of many It seems as if it was yesterday.Now Mlns was a graduate of Howard. two sisters-in-
I waters." the old home is so lone- Dorsey High School. He law and a niece.

Philip Hilton, HusbandINMEMORIAN some;, no one to take your Is survived by his wife
I, t. place. Some day we hope to Virginia; two children JOHN' ALFRED AR- .....
I his mother Mrs. Della CHER. Dean's Lane. PO
\ meet you in that city, bright( Bahamas Alpheus Frank Smith.
Hale Box 105 Nassau
step father Audley
rt 3 and fair where loved ones will ; 525 NW 22nd Ave. died
Hale. Services will be died In the St. Fran-
and there won'tbe June 20. Service
be all together Satur-
1 be held Saturday 4 pm cis Hospital June 21. Was
( y any parting there. at Ebenezer Methodist shipped Tuesday to Nas- day 2 p.m. in the chapel .

In loving memory of our Sadly missed by relatives: Church. sau for final rites. Sur- with Rev. Harold Brown
dear mother and grandmother. vivors are wife. LucilleM. officiating. Remains will
\ # ; Mrs. Julia Mingo, wife MRS. ROSA MAE DA- and a daughter. Al- repose in the chapel beginning -

ALFONZA JACKSON Mrs. Ernestine M. Welters, VIS of 1337 NW 68th St. freda cousin Mrs. Ella until 3 pm. on Friday
Born: June 24, 1965 DaughterMrs. passed away June 22 Mrs. Wilson of Miami. vivors funeral include time. Sur-

Died: April 14, 1916 Vanderlene, M. Davis had lived in Miami salda. two sons.wife.Alphaeusand Al-

We loved you Fats, but ., j Edwards, DaughterMrs. for 32 years. Survivorsare WILL TOM CHAMBERS Horace; three daugh-
: her -husband William 1908 NW 143rd St.
Rose Bud Hall, sister
God loved ters. Pauline
I you oest. May your Brown. Ber-
A. Davis; two sons. Billie died June 19. Arrange-
soul rest in peace. Larry. Mingo, tha Mae Brlston and Rosa
Charles three daughters ments
and ; are Incomjjlete.
Mrs. Geraldine Lastres, Lillian Copeland. Survivors four sons, Lee Smith; a brother a
Mrs. Yvonne Jackson wife ;; are
Granddaughter sister aunt. Mrs. Geneva
Laurese HeoHurn and four daughters mother
Bartholomew Johnson, son !. _. (1:. ,.;.1;;.i, Shirley Davis; nine grandchildren fve sisters and two Trotman. ; 16 grandchildren. -
.' "<', i : IN MEMORIAMIn : four sisters brothers.
,,:. : Willie Mae Tarver Alice
I ;I I sad and loving memory Lockhart Lillian Sullivan MRS. CATHERINE M. 720 ARTHUR COLBERT of
of loved ',- and Luclle Boware. KING 1369 NW 71st St. NW 2nd Ave, died
memory our one June
18. Servces held
ofMRS. Services Saturday 2:30: at died June 22. Serivces
i PFC ERNEST B. MANNING I' ISABELLE J. CAREY Mt. Tabor Baptist Churoh. Monday 10 a.m. at Holy Thursday in the chapel.
I who departed this life Ma Survivors include a step-
y 30, Redeemer Church.
who departed this life June 23
Mrs. Earnes-
1964. 1943, MRS ELLA WILLIAMSof Survivors are a daughter
tine Nichols.
"We cannot say and we will And 2 475 NW 63rd St.. died Mrs. Flossie Mae Mack
not say WIL LIA M E.(Bundy)JOHNSONwho June 18. Mrs. Williams two sons Robert and -
That he is dead, he is just de parted this life June 28, was a long time residentof James Mack and a brother. LlARN heW,.MAKt
away. .... .. 1964. Miami. residing in Jol- f\\ WlgUti, Bonfl, Curl I
With a cheery smile and a VICTORIA J. HIGGS "The song bird melody fills lIvette Plaza In her later I duffer St.OOforcfetalhTHE ft Potty ToIIt.
wave of the hand the air, veara. She Is survivedby Baby Girl Thomas,
1\ He has slipped into a happy who departed this life June 1 I Long after the bird has gone, a sister several nieces. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. HAIR-CRAFT STUDIO
25 1964. Services incomplete. Cecil Thomas. P.O. ox3111Doytono
land." And when the rose has lost leach, Florida
Qone but not forgotten. The its bloom
Higgs Family SAMUEL J. WOODS of
The fragrance -
lingers on 2259 NW 59th St. passed
Lucille Manning, Mother And thought we cannot seethe
June 20. He h s
away a
And Family ones lived In Miami for 18 Come Ride With Usl!
CARD OF THANKSThe From whom we had to part; months since leaving Alabama -
I Their memory like a melody He Is survived by WHERE?
! IN MEMORIAMIn family of the late Still lingers within the heart. his parents, Mr.: and Mrs.
George Woods. two brothers ,
loving memory of our dear MR. JOHN WILLIAMS Sadly missed: two sisters and oth-
I Miami Branch of the National Alliance of Postal
brother uncle and father.
son, Mrs. Annie Johnson, mother er relatives. There were
<'''''''''''' '''' -_MM' wish to thanks to the Employees and its auxiliary chart-
1I>1" ,' ,. express Donald Carey, son no local services. F;nal are sponsoring a
f'f' ;t' : many friends who rememberedus 1 Anthony Carey son rites and Interment was ered bus trip to Los Angeles, Calif. We have planneda
1'I" I' during our hour of bereave- In Ala.
Mrs. Marguerite Thompkins Greenville
very pleasing trip for your summer vacation. We are
t" 't.l ment. Due to the numerous sister
,/ > ; cards, telegrams, and floral Mrs. Virginia J. Edwards, HAROLD JOHN WIL- offering a direct trip to California with some fine

: pieces, space would not per sister LIAMS Jr. of 2785 NW scenic stops on the return trip. The bus will leave
m mit us to publish each name Mrs. Alice J. Crow. sister 55th St passed awv on Miami on August 13, with one week in Los Anaeles,
and thank you in person, but: Nieces, nephews and rela-j June 29. Hs Is the 18
please accept our sincerest; lives month old son of Mr. and arriving back in Miami on August 24. This trip can be
thanks. Mrs. Harold John Wil- made for the attractive, fare of $141.35. This fare will
liams Sr. Other relativesare include transportation and hotel accommodations. For

,I'' The Williams FamilyIN IN MEMORIAMIn thea Elmira and Cecilia Dorothv Williams.Al- further information: Please call Mr. Edward Hanna,

loving memory of Services Saturday 10:30: in 14780 Tyler Street, Phone CE 51283.

I my mother, and grandmother the chapel.

Baby Boy Reaves, son
,1 MEMORIAMIn RETA DAVIS of Mr and Mrs. John

Reaves.IN. Uturaltt! fHftnari&l Jurk
memory of who departed this life $
June 24, 1963.
r....... And when at last I'm HAS Prtlittratit plots of 8 grove :pace' or less
called upon MEMORIAMIn ALSO (I.r e d I.Ie s..,1. grave space literati

4 To Join the ''heavenly loving memory of my Boxes and vaults permittedWe

throne husband and father. art lot fell aid wt ore itill dOl. bisiitst,
-- ._ ,.....- I'd like to leave but ,
0,.. six days a week to
Daffodils serve
URIAH A. DELEVEAUXwho to mark my RALPH J. FLOWERSwho roe
little way Commonly known as Df. Ph ,,'. CemoteryINI
crossed the bar on June To leave but tulips red departed this life June I NV 41TH STREET NEW3J
26, 1960. and white 27, 1962."There's.
"Sunset and E. Johnson Manager Homo ph...., OX 19199THOUGHTFUL
evening star, Behind me as I stray an open gate at the *
And one clear call for me, I'd like to pass away end of the road through ------- --
And may there be no moaning from earth Of the bar And seeds I'd left behind And there is a light we
When I put out to sen. Are roses and forgetmenots cannot see.

For tho' from out our bouoXQ i Our Father laims his own."
of time and place. For all who'came to find Though are
you gone, you
The flood may bear me farI But having lived and ,shall never be forgotten.
hope to see my pilot (having toiled
Dk-X atr L I'd like the world to find
face face
.a i _._ Some Mary Flowers, wife
-- -" little touch
When I have crosse d the bar." James B. Flowers, son
WRIGHT My soul has left behind. Florence Steverson, dght.
The Christine
Family Elnora and Children Mins, dght.
who left us June 28. 1963 I And Grand Children

In New York City to go to .
her eternal rest. Your w
PassesJohn chair in our home is still +
vacant but not in o u r I IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSWe ;. ,

J. Jarrett Sr., of hearts. You had to go as sad but loving mem- the family of the y\ v BEAUTIFUL SERVICES
1415 NW 5th court passed Jesus sent for you.. ory of our dear mother late ;.?
away June 21. Mr. Jar- There Is an open gate at and sister
rett was a pioneer citI- the end of the road SHELTON DAVE Our ability and desire to
zen having come from Through which you MRS. LEONIA MINGO MINCEY
the Bahamas in 1910. He went alone; ROBERTSwho carry out your wishes, together
was the father of the late And there in a light We wish to thank the neigh- ::1 with
John J, Jarrett Jr.. priestof cannot see departed this life in bors of 11th St. and 2nd our experience,
the Church of the In- Our Saviour claims his Key West June 30 1953.There's Ave. and friends for : r mean a service that is
carnation.He own; an open gate at cards floral pieces and
is survived by Beyond the gate your the end of the road donations. conducted with beauty and
three daughters May loved ones wait. Through which each must Thanks to the Rev. Ed- ry understanding-to
Belle Hepburn, Agnes J. Mena we miss you go alone ward T. Graham of the 7 comfort.
Clark and Ann Jarrett; a dear but we'll Join you And there is a light we Mt. Zion Baptist Church : C"/'i)
son George. a son-in-law some day when Jesus cannot see the ushers. deacons. Mrs.
a daughter-in-law five comes to stay. Our Father claims his Graham Mrs. Culmer and
granchildren and three Mrs. Rhona Hutchinson own. others. "My Father in Heaven, help
great grands. mother; Jesse Wright Though you are gone Thanks to the pastor me never to forget Thy Love
Vespers for the dead husband; Patricia Johnson you shall never be for- and congregation of the 2 r c it looks
will be held gotten. yp to me in the
Friday 8 a daughter, seven Convent Baptist Church
) pm. at ,St. Agnes Episco- grandchildren; three sisters Mervert Roberts. and the many friends of beauty of the flower ."
pal Church The body Laurene Albright, daughter New York City. John Henry Jowett
will lie in repose after Cheryl Albright nieces; Mary Roberts daughter Lizzie Leroy and
Vespers for the dead Doris Major Jane New- Miriam Russell sister Mincey Family Fhk Oscar L. Range
time Saturday 10 a.m. .Louise Deveaux. Sis. Rutty Jackson
The Rahming Funeral ton.Your memory still ling- Clifford Mlngo brother New York City( : Funeral
Home is in charge of ar- ers In the minds of "your. Ollie Mayo sister and Rosa Mincey Home
rangements. family and friends. Ruby Thorpe sister New York City

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i i Plus swimming pool 3- Apply at. for reasonably In my
: : 1000 NW 55 St. NE
: :, Society Cab ,
bedroom CBS on double 3-9908 Office 269 NW home. Phone 987-2915.
lot near 36 St. and 17 A"e. 21at St.NEGRO. Hollywood Fla.
Near Real Estate salesmen
shopping center -
NEATLY furnished
SALEASONADLE school buses. FHA only room alert. aggressive WANTED young girl
FOR SALE 1980 NW 55 St. NE 3-9908.
One 2- $500 down payment. Sel- salesmen to represent over 21, asst. to photographer -
droom house at 5830 NO QUALIFYING ler pays closing costs. To NICE CLEAN quality Central Florida Contact Robert
W 7 Ct Large lot runs Large house, carport enclosed be painted in and out. Call fence hot and cold rooms water development. Unlimited Whitman. Mr. James
front for appointment. opportunities for qualified Club apply Tues., Wed..
|rom 7 Ct.. to 7 place, also porch fresh- Fenster $18 to $10 weekly phone
ly painted Realty Broker. PL men Phone Mr. Thurs. after 10
ne 4-bedroom. 2 bat h, Price is 'very 9-8779. 634-3177. Kitchen privilege Thomas 'Miami PL p.m
located at '7708 NW 14 Ct. reasonable, $300 down' 1817 NW 5 Ct. .
Both properties can be and move right in. Key 2-BEDROOM CBS with 9-2441. -*.

(bought at a orpmlnm at Life Realty Broker front Florida room. Could FURNISHED APT. with .'<1''< '''# ,..,. )'#t'\ .'.' (
5932 NW 7 Ave. be 3-bedroorn.. plenty of'closet '-" L:\<.Y=:::::==w t1f
18fi9 NW 65 St. PL :
and >
1)96-:1727.< yard porch reasonable hit I"I ?
9-4371. Open evenings and space spacious call OX 12426PULLMANETTE },t\;,, NysOPEN .. .,.. ,., ;:
Sundays. utility room and carport >, jt.' '< <,' '\ ".. '1<--"'">>"""''d.'' >''' .' *'I\iIWI'\!
1377 NW 41 St. Drive by
I Florida room. Cuban tile, then call Fenster $10 wk.
[car porte plus fenced In $600 DOWN. Four bed- Broker. PL 98779.AUTOMATIC .Realty single. $14 double. All SUNDAY,M DON'T,MSS
electric appliances, room and two baths.. Huge services 411 WashingtonAve. '
(yard '
lot 80x146 FHA terms.. Fla. room, tile roof on Trasher $40. ., M.B.2BEDROOM. 2299 N.W. SOT1I STREET '. .o. ,

I Only $450 down payment. On large FHA lot. terms No closing of $16.500.costs. excellent$35. condition. Dryer house, nice No closing costs. Only $400 down. Comer CBS beouty.
[ closing costs, Can deliver
Owner pays
location 7945 NW 16 Ave. To see call Christensen 691")715. location, 754-0977. 2 or 3 bedroom, Fla room, garage, $12,000 total.
Open Sunday 1-3 p.m. 757-6070. --- 0 ---
Realty Broker, Buy with rent 4-room BRAND NEW house,
Fenster ,
PL 9-8779. $500 DOWN. No qualify- CBS duplex, 4712 NW 16 large rooms formica kitchen 1732 N.W. 81ST STREETNo

ing 3-bed 2 baths with Ave. Near shopping cabinets tile bath, closing costs. Only $350 down. CBS, 4 bedroom,
Fla. room. EZ terms on school and bus. $800 dn. 2-bedroom. utility room.
(LARGE 2-BEDROOM, oak this beautiful CBS home. balance as rent. quiet neighborhood $100 carport. Many extras. $11,000 total. Low monthly.

I floors air cond., beauti- Call Christensen Broker, npr month unfurnished
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ful grounds. 15x25 screened PL 7-45070. OPEN 10 to 6. 3420 and 3169 Elizabeth St.. Coco-
patio formica kitchen 3421 NW 10 Ave. $750 dn. nut Grove. REDUCED-ONLY $150 DOWN- HURRY
"NO QUALIFYING easy terms. 100x125
Full lot
big utlity room, many furnished cottage.- $250- 3BEDROOM. a bat h, No qualifying. 3 bedroom, Fla room, dining room,

others down Modern furniture and appliance $7; shirts large $1, $2; phone for appointmentOX
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Owner 1441 NW 91 St. -?. Freshly paintedand boys' jackets gold 16 1-5574.

very prety.: Kc-ys at white 36 $4 each; hedge $350 DOWN $11,500 I TOTALNo
3-BEDROOM CBS Life Realty. Itioker 4032 cutter $2.50; box camera 2-BEDROOM duplex
Special. Open Sunday 3 NW 7'e.. PL 9-4371.: $4: other Items. Call 866- partly furnished. $)3 rrr closing costs, CBS, 3 bedroom, 1 1Y2 bath, carport.

to 5. Florida room, large Open evenings l and Sunday -. 5123. week PPP mana'er, 1810 Utility room, appliances, fruit trees.
NW 50 St.. 691-6275.
living room full dining ?.
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room. fenced back yard. ----- $500 DOWN $75 MONTH
Ideal for large family. LIKE NEW CBS. Front porch No qualifying or closing ROOM In quiet neiehh'rhood HURRY! HURRY! NO QUAUFYING
Total $13000 only. $350 large costs, 3235 NW 13 Ave., 'or'resnect Mpentlpman
down FHA terms. Wanta painted fenced refinished yard floor freshly lovely home, partly fur- ; PPP on Sat CBS, 4 bedroom, on large lot. Dining room, carport.
nished. and Sun. 728 NW 47 Terr
really nice home? Buy' roof. Price is $10,000 $300 sell fast. Hurry this will Fenced. Only $1,000 down, $10,500 total.
this. A. Ben-Korl down Allapattah Realty -
and $62 month.
Key at 633-0426. 2-BEDROOM HOUStf!: --- 0 ---
anytime 7512243.NO Life Realty Broker 4932 N.W.
See 2116 NW 42 St. 1-bed
7th Ave. PL 94371.
Open WIG SALON room apt. lf\56 NW -7
QUALIFYING Sunday., experienced; hair suitable stylist.for St. rear cottage at 2116 ALSO VA AND FHA HOMES FROM $100 DOWN
$5,500 total for cute 3- ---- -
In nice location Brow NW 42 St. rear 633-2891..
bedroom CBS awnings!, HEART OF M A NOR ard! County. Have direct
only $550 down. move PARK. 2-bedroom CBS buying connection. Large LOVELY 1-bedroom ni'e
light in. This Is a bargain carport large yard, fresh- income for right party. fenced yard $18 for small SHELL
A. Ben-Korl Realtor ly painted inside and out Phone 983-1707 before family Also large house REALTYBKER

anytime 751-2243. appliances. Price is $9,500 9:30: a.m. or after 7:30: p.m. $20. See todav. will sell
$300 down and 059 honth. or all day Sunday.2BEDROOM cheap NE 55566ATTRACTIVE .
BEST AREA Keys'at Life Realty. 4260 NW 71k Av,. 7585551oooo

Florida room. Full din- PL 9-4371. Open evenings, home with furnished ,--- ..... .
ing room hardwood Broker 4902 NW 7 Ave., carport 1457 NE 152nd rooms. cool), In quiet "
floors all roms large car- Sundays. St. $500 down. Keys at neighborhood. cooking no '
porte fenced back yard. 1550 NE 154 St. Call extra charge From $7 un.
Total $10,700 CBS beauty :3-BEDROOM CBS!: 667-6840. Inquire room 7. 2056 NW; 4 oooooooooooooooooooooooooo

only $350 down FHA Snecial. Open Sundiv 3 5 Ct. Call PL 0-2GG5 J Selections in Miami- I
terms. East of Freeway.A. to 5. Florida room, large PRIVATE ROOM. Man or .Finest _

Ben-Korl Realtor any- living room. full dining couple. Very nice with ROOM in private home fora LOVELY HOMESOPEN: ;
time 751-2243. room. fence hack yard. front and back porch. $12 middle age gentleman >4*

Ideal for hr"e: famUv wk. 6100 SW 00th Ter r. phone OX 1-0425. None "NEW: 'LOW.DOWN! PAYMENTS .
CBS DOLL HOUSE Total S13000{ only. *350down. > other need not apply. "Les >
Total $11,000 only $350 FHA terms. Wanta .., EZ Terms '- !:Than Rent t. '? t ,x ( ,
down and $78 month pays really nice home? Buy DUPLEX furn. 2-bed "
all for this beautiful spot- this A. Ben-Korl. Realtor room. l<'Ja, room living: rm. 2323 N.W. 85TH STREET
less beauty. It's anytime. 751-2243. TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO and dining room. 32 St
a honey. (I liult| look expensive. To see me is to buy me)
2 bedrooms 2 baths CBS. loot NW 93rd Street CHURCH SUNDAY 12 Ave. Utilities furn.

This Is Ideal for 2 or ----- Call 6332400.EDISON I am a brand new beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath with
three people that want to LA RGE 2-BEDROOM oak block from school 1 block
family and 1 ,
have a lovely home floors air rand, beautiful room garage.
less than rent A. much Ben- grounds.1.p! v5! cr'rpen-: from busses and 4 blocks from North side Shopping

Karl, Realtor, anytime pd patio formica' kitrhpn. Center.
751-2243. hid' utility room many
others. S13W10)! SSOOO! 8020 N.W. 21ST AVENUE
down hal 1, *r<> month. I
Three-bedroom NQUALIFYING CBS Owner H41 NW 91 Rt I Specials I Beautiful CBS 3 bedroom, two bath, oak floors, tile

only $78 a month will l oof and carport. $450 down. $85 month.

requre $1,000 down. This SEE THE NEW 3-bed- --- 0 --
J Is a terrific buy, total room 2 bath quality built : OPEN SUNDAY AFTER 3 P.M.
$9,750 this is really nice homes. Open 1-5 Sunday. I 10 N.W. 47TH TERRACE

Ben-Korl immediate, possession. A. 4622 1-3G04.NW 21St Ave. PL I 4030 N.W. 1ST AVENUE Large 2 bedroom, 2 bath, plus Fla room. Only 2

time 751-2243.Realtor any- -- I Lovely CBS home on nice corner lot. Tile roof, car. years old. By appointment only.

SNACK SHOP Best teenage I port. Oil heat, wall-to-wall carpeting. No qualifying.
VERY MODERN CBS spot. Between Northwestern I

Large 2-bedroom Fla. and Phone Dorsey.PL 4-7671.ReaI I 45 N.W. 48TH STREET 8431 N.W. 22ND PLACE
room, I
all rooms very II I Lovely CBS, 2 bedrooms, oak floors, and tile roof.
large, corner lot. this is PROPERTY Lovely CBS home on nice lot. $300 down, FHA.
very.very nice quiet CBS duplex. Excellentfor I I $12,800 total. Garage, full dining room, Fla room, $12,900 total price.
neighborhood east of side -- 0 --
couple. Rent one I fireplace.
Freeway, FHA terms. To live other side without I 6030 N.W. 5TH AVENUE
$450 down. cost. Low down and also I ---0---
A. Ben-Kori Realtor. monthly, payment can We I Brand new Sunshine Home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
Drive By The Following, Then See Ed lion:
anytime 751-2243. Lots of mango
arranged. I oak floors, tile roof and garage. To see it is to buy it.
!shade' trees on bus line. i 1 8327 N.W. 14th Ct. Nice clean CBS home on
Cross from grocery < --- 0 --
LIKE NEW CBS $250 store. Will be shown by < double corner fenced lot. ((100x100)). Large kitchen,

Jalousied down and $58 month. stopping by Owner's home | carport, $250 down, FHA, $72.15 month. 1391 N.W. 52ND STREET
refinished NW 46 St. I
floors new kit- -at 1870 ( 2- 1866 N.W. 47th St. CBS, 3 bedroom home. Fla Gorgeous CBS, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, on fenced corner

chen cabinets and fix 4-BEDROOM CBS. large ( room, carportplus 1 bedroom CBS cottage. Only lot. $450 down, $13,5 m total price.
tures. This house is like lot FHA, only $200 down < $12,500 total. No qualifying.

hrand Realty new. Key at Life payment. Seller pays closIng < 3- 39 N.W.38th St. Pool home, 2 bedrooms,2 baths --
Broker 4932 NW cost 15750 NW 18 PI. ( 130- .W.o
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Fenster Realty Broker, ( full dining room, Fla room, 100x100 ft. lot, garage, t 82ND' STREET
evenings and Sundays.NO 9-8779. 4 4al shuffle Call for
PL 4C patio, bor-b-cue pit, board court.
lot. Owner
Brand new CBS, 2 bedrooms, on corner
LOSING!: ------- details.
COSTS month all.
wants offer. $60 pays
Modern CRS duplex. Only] r- ,I 4 35 N.W. 41st St. CBS home plus 1 bedroom .
HOMES -- 0 ---
$TOO down and $90 a NEW house. No qualifying. Only $1000 down. $85 mo.

month. Live rent free! I 651 N.W. 47th Street $9500 total.
z-hedrooms : SPECIAL NOTICE!
each side,
tHe' roo f. appliances.! Open 35 p.m. 'j 5 7030 N.W. 5th PI. CBS duplex. Tile roof, 2

i.aree yard, fresh paints. 1835 N.W. 41st Street f bedrooms each side. $300 down, FHA. Only EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY.WE ARE OFFERING TO

Life Realty, Broker. 4932 I 1921 N.W. 50th Street $13,000 total price. YOU FOR ONLY $100 DOWN PAYMENT( YOU CAN

NW open 7 Sundays Ave. PL evenings 9-4371-, I 13 large bedrooms, 2 baths, I 6 31 N.W. 49th St. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, CBS, : QUALIFY FHA. ) ALL OF OUR HOUSES FOR SALE ON

full dining Fla porch only $300
room, carport,
NO QUALIFYING i1 l... ,I room FOR, garage.SALE t'I down, FHA. $12,500 total.

ern hath.l-bedroom tile roof Cmlwte CHS.|!: 2, I 100x100 Corner Lot. t tI WE ARE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY NEWS REALTYlnc

Yard Jalousie front windows:: lovely NO MONEY DOWN. BUILD I ,
porch !'screen, I
ed patio. $1.000( down and 1 ON YOUR LOT OR OURS : THE BROKER THAT WORKS FOR YOU

take over VITA Payments ? Coll ,I ,EDISON REAJY"'Recltt s r..$ ,
Life Need Money
Realty. Broker 4932: 4140 N.W. Till AVE. PL4-06S5
NW 7 Ave. PL n-1371: JE 8.1340 t tr '
| Baron
175 N.W. :6M $t 1514441: '
Open evenings and Run- Cflih : : (Open Sunday from 1 p.m.)

-(days 1 I,..Lots Homes- '::iJ: loooo ooooooooooooooooooooooood

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) ...111111'I..t ..., # '..',.'..'.., __" '.....,,.' ,,..,. Business OwnersTo oooooooooooopoopoooooc'1Jfc.'J

r Meet Monday t en s'; .? :t ;{ {) :/...

: HAPPENINGS 1NW& ,SCHOOLS : :' -I ,/"' ... >, ,''If < ,'".,." '- .<',">>,"..
: Business men and women + "
f J I j ""f *"" __ '..UU._ *U-JSf u'**.-f _- :.'&& ; .... *- -. of the Central Negro P'ot'po' n':
S .." ,'UlI.MIAMIAN .........L...,....- r =."=";,...,'-- ...HHIH.6H" >'n 1 District are meeting Monday -,

\ at 800: p.m., 817 NW *' 1;: )

t IN REGISTRATION FEES UP LANGSTON McKIHNEY 2nd Ave., for the purposeof ,. ;:By:Beth sfceboE.;., ,DeanQOOQQQOQOQGOQt i
"GUESTS JUNIORS" AT FAMU GRADUATES FROM setting Into motion a .;- i;' M }":' '"
Business Owners' Organization '. n_ .'_ ', .. "-. ....... ,........,. _.

i PROGRAM AT, .. Increased registration fees HOWARD ; as an arm. of the ...._ _,_ _ _ _ _ '_'__'_'U
: .. effective Federal Economic Opportunity -
; WELLESLV at' state universities,
September, 1965, are..one Langston Carl t K'cKinney, Program. FOR THE SUCCESSFUL SUMMER
Audrey Thomas, a' 1963 of the highlights of the 1965 son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee McKinney All business owners and!
graduate Booker T. Washington legislation affecting the state and nephew of Mrs. operators are invited to Looking forward to a successful summer should be a
High School has been 1 university system of Florida. Eunice Liberty was a June attend this meeting and desire of everyone. In order to have a successful summer,
) [ selected to participate in the graduated from Howard Uni- learn how he or she can we must make it one of success. It should not be one in
r Fees for undergraduatesfrom he helned In business; and
"Guest Juniors" program at versity Washington, D.C., which we are able to remember years later for the mistakeswe
Florida will I from how they can help to enhance -
l Wellesly College. go up June 4. made and be regretful but one which we will rememberfor
the business deve-
and the in-state
She will be enrolled at the $113 to $130 McKinney is a former grad- of this thefun and excitement it provided.
,fee for students will lopment area.
1 Massachusetts women's college uate of Miami NorthwesternHigh Being out of school can result in many things whetherwe
increase from $113 to $150,
y\ for her junior year and at Florida A&M Uni- School. become juvenile deliquents, 3rop-outs, etc. or whether
then return to Clark College except Beginning June 18, he will continue education and become great men and women.
{i where she is a social science versity. begin his career with Carrier During summer we are given the opportunity to decide whatwe

( major, for completion of the ,Resident Florida undergraduatefees A&M will Air Conditioning Company at want to do, for at this time there is usually no homework -
senior year. go Syracuse N.Y. in the Research no school and little or no studying.We .
from $90 to $100 and
resident ?
Miss Thomas will receive up fees will increase Department. should look forward with great enthusiasm and deter-
( a scholarship from Wellesly to Sharing the graduation cere- mination and plan for a good school year whether we planto
from $90 to $115. Out-
; participate in the program. and monies were his parents sis- go to college or to continue high school.Make resolutions
She is the third Clark studentto of-state fees for graduate ter Yvette and brother David. adding rules for success and omitting those that should have
students at all
participate in the program. undergraduate Florida institutions of higher From Washington the party never been present.

education including FAMU journeyed on to New York and However since this is summer, in order for our plans

will increase from $175 to the World's Fair. for school to be successful we must make our summer one
I FASHION MODELING $200. of success. Here are rules to help im making your summer

COURSE AT JUNIOR NOTICEThe successful.(1) Avoid bad company and stay away from gangs. You

COLLEGEA FREE TRAINING IN AUTO Miami CosmetologistUnit are known by the company you keep.

REPAIR AVAILABLE #7 met at Mrs. M. Ken- (2) Avoid driving unless you have your license. Usea

course in fashion modeling Skilled auto mechanic and drick's Beauty Salon 1403 restricted license when accompanied by someone havinghis
will be added to the N.W. 3rd Avenue for the pur- I license. 'Free drivers educat ion classes are being heldat
auto body repairmen can I
I curriculum of Miami-Dade Jr. make $100 per week and pose of electing officers for Booker T. Washington High School.
College in September Dr. Manpower training courses for the ensuing year. (3) Stay away from rockpits, canals private pools etc.
Peter. Masiko announced. these trades start Julv 19. There will be a patio party These places can be dangerous.
\ Mrs. Edith Zipp, former Your Florida State Employment July 17 at the home of Mrs. (4) Obey your parents advice, for parents advice is
owner of a modeling school Service offers this train- V. Thomas 3101 N.W. 48th usually the best.
ti in Coral Gables, will teach ing free-even gives you a Terr. All are invited to attend (5) 'Avoid alcoholic beverages. You might regret the re-
the course. training allowance, if you this affair. sults.
"As far as we can judge qualify. Become an auto me- Next meeting will be heldat (6) Don't join secret organizations and organizationsthat
this is the first time that a chanic or auto body repairman the home of Mrs. Mary Kirk- are not properly supervised. Such organizations may
college has offered this type through the Manpower land July 6. lead you in the wrong direction.
of course as part of the regular Training Courses. Call Flori- Mrs. M. Muldrow presi (7) Be honest in whatever you plan for the summer.

curriculum" said Dr. da State Employment Service- dent and Mrs. E. Hill, reporter. Don't remove things not belonging to you and don't expectto
George Mehallis, director of 3772411. purchase things without money. You may end up some-
the Tecnhical Vocational and where you had not anticipated.

Semi-professional Division., (8) Try to accomplish something this summerother than
NonSurgical Office Treat- Real Estate Board sitting around; something that can be helpful to you in

"The course is being instituted wentRUPTURE som way later.
for local girls whc PILES Plans Summer Send all comments, suggestions and comments ,to the
Miami Times 6740 N.W. iSth Avenue.Congratulatons .
have been leaving the state
I Diseases, Vari- FestivalThe
\ for their training. The course,
which will help to solve a cose Veins, Prostate No Dade County Real "

need in this community lost tine Discard Truss Estate Board and HomeOwners Florida's first-ranked

created by the garment industry Upon Correction of Rupture, report that every- Miami Vanguards Drum
television and con- low cost. thing is ready for their and Bugle Corps will
ventions will be coordinatedwith DR. LONG'S CLINIC Summer Festival Monday compete In the first annual -
the existing fashion de- nignt, July n at the Island Dairv Bowl June 30
sign program." 1545 SW 1st St.-FR 3.2148Jack's Club NW 2nd Ave.. In Hialeah stadum. HereIs

and 10th St., 9 p.m. until? Chris Booker. 6015 NW
\ Door prize, one 12-lb. .. 39 Ave.. only Negro 1 n

-- -_. --- -- -- -- -- ham. Bridge contest and the South In any drum -' By Walter Bowe
other games played for and bugle corps tryingout

prizes time limit two a few notes. The con- to a 1 1 ladies auxiliary of South
MEN'S WEARSEE hours. All games will be test Is at 8 p.m. and units the graduates of Broward Broward.

played on the balcony of will parade down Flager County this year, and C .
"MR. JACK" the beautifully redecoraed street at noontime. It's all may you continue to Operation Head Start
FOR club. Music and en- part of the June Is Dairy climb the ladder of success Class of Carver Ranches
tertainment. Month celebration o f
STYLES FOR ALL AGES Elementary was toured
Regular sport and Southeast Florida Institute a Tuesday June 22 at the
The Very Latest b M.n' Fathions street dress will be the Chris is the son of Miss Willette Mitchellwas home of Mr. and Mrs.

I SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS order; but No Shorts; and Mr. and Mrs. Allan among the graduatesof Folia Boyd. 56th Ave. and
ITALIAN SHOES men must wear coats to Booker. Attucks High School. 25th St. The class was
be admitted. She Is the daughter o f
supervised by Mrs. Ware
944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida The regular: monthly CHOIR UNIONQUARTERLY: Mr. and Mrs. Willie Mit- Mrs. Turner, and Miss
meeting of the Dade MEET chell of 4042 SW 18th St., Major all teachers of Car-
Countv Real Estate Board West Hollywood. He Is a ver Ranches. During the
and Home Owners will be
The quarterlv meeting well-known grocer. 20-minute class period
held Sunday, June 27 at of the Choir Union Association lessons were taught on
4 p. m. at the spacious meets at Temple Don't forget the Big how to raise. and care for
home of Mr. and Mrs. this Sunday at 330: pm. Fish Fry and Night of poodles. Others participating -
Cliff Baker, 3162- N. W. The Rev. A. D. Hall of Games this week at the :: in the project were
From: diapers to diplomas-- 47th St. Ettenezer: will be t h e VFW Post Home. Mem- Commander Boyd Mrs.

Your children i I look to you for support and speaker. bers, please be present. Hainer and Yours Truly,
education. The public Is Invited.

Here is where LIFE INSURANCE can give iDugies Guest Houses plenty Music of refreshments fun. Wilbur and C.

the help you need. Jenkins commander.

The house of unusual rooms I e e
"Keep us In mind"A pastor of New Macedonia IN FLORIDA

better place, we. challenge you to find Baptist Church, has announced -
SEE A ,CENTRALREPRESENTATIVE Seeing Is believing that durng the If you require expert assistance -
The accommodations you receive summer services will begin in obtaining a
You find only In this brother at 7-30: a.m. Come out birth certificate, locatingand
and worship early in the finding
TODAY buying property,
OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY morning.The relatives and
2941 N.W. 47TH STREET 634-3851 e Ladies tant documents records
Auxiliary ofVF'W
etc general
Post 8195 will meet
He will assist you in working our a program JAMAICA DUGIE Sunday, June 27 at 5 p.m. to yourself or
that will that Always a friend at the Post Home on the Bahamas, please con
dreams for
guarantee your your Pembroke Road 4816 SW tact: Spurgeon S. Bethel,
children will come true. Mrs Lvons the presidentasks M.H.A., P.O.B. 2167 GT.

The CENTRAL offers all ladies to come Nassau NP, Bahamas, or
attractive Modern
very phone 28037.
out and join up with
Policies to fit your particular needs up to the J25

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terfinal round Saturday night.In I ..$.
Spearing with........ the final qualifying round for the rich I ,1fRj ..: 4aL.

stake, for example, "Ewalt players" .cashedin .
to the tune of $24.20 when Cri Along up- v
set the heavily favored Miss Whirl. SPORTS: \ t

And those who took a flier on Les Cole'sIn
Memory in the eighth did even better than II: WORLD'J

when the Cole campaigner knocked off OscarEyers' ....<..... ....... '.. '_ .... _._
Red Tears. The payoff on this one was .0- i' .
BY HARRY SPEAR $35 to win, and the quinella was worth $12.20. ifY tR li.t3'J.'R:, Over, ;
J '," .
I Evers backers had their big inning in the ex w ') "l""' ''tJ

Two Added to Marlins Front OfficeThe stakes competition in the second round when
Miami Marlins have Carter Blanche came home ahead of Busby.
added two
new Her payoff was $50.40 to win and $35.20 in CHAMPIONSHIPSports
people to the front office. Tom Stephenson,
the quinella. fans in this country who had long
the new assistant general manager, is a grad With the stakes field now reduced to 32 ago concluded that Americans were the world'sbest
uate of Harvard and is currently in the Harvard for the first of three quarterfinal rounds Sat- golfers, were shocked from their boots
business school. While doing his under- urday night, competition will get even when they saw the United States Open Cham-
graduate work, Tom played both baseball and stickier. ionship headed for
xootball. He comes from Delaware, the same Miss Whirl and Red Tears still are "the This championship overseas., which had remainedin
city where last year's assistant general manager ones to beat" in the rich International Clas- the confines of this country for the past 45
Pat Williams, is from. Williams is sic in last week.
now spite of their upset defeats years tagged with the label "do not remove"was
general manager of the Spartanburg Baseball/ ..
rooted from its determined
sanctuary by a -
Club in South Carolina.A .
skillful little mite from South Africa named
second addition to the Marlin staff is
Bob Fitch, a senior at the University of Miami. NEEDED FOR MIAMI AREA Gary Player; and as if destiny had run its
length, there was another foreigner, Kel Nagel
Fitch, a former catcher for the Hurricanes
baseball team is majoring in radio and television HANK TELLER TRAINEES CASHIER CHECKERS from Australia, standing by to assist., Player in
and minoring in advertising while at MALE OR FEMALE P.B.X. RECEPTIONIST the event he faltered.
UM. He is interning with the Marlins and A-1 CAREERS I.B.M. KEY PUNCH So amazing were the outcome o f the
working with Publicity Director Doug Greist. HIGH SCHOOL GRADS HIGH SCHOOL not req. events that everyone was asking, "Where are
Fitch is also taking a graduate course and Train now Pay later No age limit the Jack Niclauses, Arnold Palmers, Tony
Free placement Good fobs Lemas Doug Sanders and all the
writing a paper on "The Effects of Televisionon truly great
Minor League Baseball." He hopes to pur- boys?" j
Tla.'t (
argot cathltr school
sue the field of public relations During the Branch- Miami' Orlando; Tampa, St. Pctt The simple answer was, the Americans
summer, Fitch also works for Bud Palmer As- folded all at the same instant, while these two
sociates on sports productions. Cashier Training Institute gentlemen from far away lands came up witha J
Tonight the Marlins will close the first superb performance that was indicative of
SUIT 504, 121 S.I. lit ST., MIAMI
half of the Florida State League season in a COMt-WR-ITI- CALL 3778994ooooooooooooooooooooo their skill.
7:30 game against Tampa at Miami Stadium. Even before the first ball was teed up, the j
Tomorrow night the FSL All-Star game will .. Bellerive Course, the longest Open ever, was
be held in St. Petersburg Monday night, the ooooooooc tagged the "Green Monster" that favored, the
Marlins will open the second half of the sea long hitter which automatically rocketted Jack
son by meeting the Ft. Lauderdale Yankeesat AddMen's Nicklaus to the top of he favorite list, but
10 Off With This
Miami Stadium at 7:30.: The Marlins will Player and Nagle neither boomers off the tee
then travel to Lauderdale Tuesday, return to proved there was much deception hidden in
the Stadium Wednesday and back to Lauder- the over seven thousand yards of this hazar-
dale Thursday. dous pasture and before it was all over they
With the steady improvement of several would encounter every one.
key players, the Marlins are hoping to get off Ni Without the daring and dash of the top-
to a quick start and be in contention for the Mar notch Americans the tournament might be
second half flag. The Marlins provided the '" AJ _' '61j __,-' !!!'> considered a little drab; but however it is
fans with many thrills during the first half of {: .;?fe5P"\'''' thought of, it conceivably produced a very

the season, and fans can expect to see more admirable man, the new Open Champion .
of the same during the second half. Gary Player.
Working with youngsters in sports is an
important phase of Joe Lis' life The popular Suits, Sports Coats, TrousersIN With the air not clear of the Liston-Clay
third baseman says that coaching youngstersis fracas, Senator Phillip Hart of Michigan re-
his favorite hobby. Lis is in his second yearat CONTINENTAL AND IVY LEAGUEWE introduced a boxing bill which was authored
third base for the Marlins. Last year he by the late Senator -Kefauver.

played in 50 games here, and showed good ALSO HAVE SHIRTS AND BANLONS, The bill advocates federalizing the licensing -
promise. So far this seaspn he has lived up to of fighters, managers and promoters and
that SHORT AND LONG SLEEVE. would provide a federal commissioner who is
promise Leading the club in 32 RBI's, 11
doubles and tied for the home run lead with empowered to establish rules, to suspend or
3. Lis, from Somerville, N.J. helped lead his BRING THIS AD AND YOU WILL revoke licenses, to survey contracts and to call
high school baseball and basketball teams to GET 10% OFF PURCHASE. in the FBI when things get too ugly in the

New Jersey Group Three championships During game.The
his senior year Lis batted .521. 40 N. Miami Ave. 379-3002 bill could do one thing if nothingmore
it could bring order and alignment to

Gary Schlieve's performance Sunday )ooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooc the now jumbled state regulative bodies.
night lowered his earned run average to 1.69. The public is generally discontent with
Schlieve has pitched 95 and two-third innings some of the practices that are now going on-
and allowed only 18 earned runs. Schlieve is particularly the return bout clause that seemsto
also second in the league in strikeouts with put handcuffs on good competition; so may-
103. Jerry Nyman of Sarasota is the leader be national control is the answer.A .
with 113. commissioner could do well to haul
POST TIME boxing out of the gutter if he is one who hasa
Last week history was made at Miami 8:00 P.M. great knowledge of the sport, elected by the
Stadium. Righthander Mike Wegener hurled sport, and one who is not obligated to the
the first nine inning no-hitter in Miami Marlin sport or politics, one who will give the midget
history. Wegener was never in trouble as he and the giant a fair real
struck out 11 batters, while walking 5. Mike
is a red head who stands 6'4" and weighs 200
pounds. Keep Our City Clean

During his off season he attends Mesa Jr. "Th. Notion's Or.rhoasulsiowplac. ,
College in Englewood, Colo. ."

Fred Rogers and his ground crew do a NOW! z f' TWIN DOUBLE Steady Job And Only
great job in keeping the field in the best of
condition for playing considering the amountof
men he has to work with. $195 Down $22 Weekly Pays All

Dick Trembley and George Grygiel, two
of the Florida State League umpires are about c j f NO CLOSING COSTS

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open the second half of the FSL season. Pat- 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths On 2 Lots

kins is regarded as the funniest and most pop- -- 0 --
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Big payoffs keep popping up for the
benefit of the greyhound racing faithful at FORD REALTYINC. Broker

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