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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 2, 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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issn - 0739-0319
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Volume 42, No. 43. MIAMI! FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1965 16



I _. ?__1d-uryflrdim-'Hs 3 m Narcotics- Bribe*_T



i ,,-- '''-_ ... ....---- .- MF -- ._""..._".." ... .. A Federal Grand Jury

: Indicted the :
suspendedchief
j : I : of the Federal Nar-
F
cotics Bureau
at Miami
} and two City of Miami
policemen Tuesday for
4: accepting bribe from a qDi aYn

S'S'S dope seller.
Thirty-nine-year- 1 d
Eugene Marshall, a 16-
year veteran with the
government's narcotics
division and for seven
years its head man in Miami -
was the main tar-
'get in the indictment.He i

: : was accused of soli-

Jt1 citing and accepting more .
\ than $600 a week in pay- r
off and his friend imun- ;
ity from arrest and .har-
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'S rassing their competitors. t.
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Sgt. Marion Frank
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Miami Police Depart-
.5 Fountain 30 head of the New World Baptist Alliance
ment's narcotic squad and Tolbertand his wife
lovely are seen I
Officer Roosevelt Tremble \
lilt 1 34 assigned to Foun- Of Liberia became the first Negro

tain's unit, were charged national body. Miami Beach News
with aiding and abetting

Daytona Beach Fla Be- Alice the cello. All of the Another problem has been Marshall in the alleged
thune-Cookman College has a girls plan to be music majors protecting the quads from bribery. Liberia Vice
quadruple treat in its fresh- and to become music instruc- publicity so they could have a Holton Newbold, a
man class-the attractive and tors. They have given several normal childhood she added. known heroin user who
talented Fultz quadrupletsfrom concerts in Virginia and North The girls have been spon- has often been arrestedby Elected Baptist
Milton North Carolna. Carolina. sored from birth by a milk com- state and city officialsfor

The four girls just past Although some parents pany and have posed for selling cocaine and Baptists from 121 countries -
of
heroin Identified in
their 19th birthday registered might shudder at the thoughtof some of its advertisements.Why the was scattered on every
indictment., hut Negro
was
for B-CC's summer term. They having four daughters of the continent assembled at
to
not charged. can
were graduated on June 4, same age their adopted mother the decision to come The three officers the Miami Beach Conven- of the
1965 from Caswell County Mrs. Charles A. Saylor to D-CC1"We visited the campus arrested April 20 bv were state tion Hall from June 2530.It tonal dl"t
last winter and te.llb'.liked
High School Vanceyville who with her husband accom- Is estimated that'mor&
the atmosphere',' ,Mary ,,,and\ "city investigatorswho than gani .
North Carolina. panied the girls to Daytona were reported to have 20,000 delegates a'td
4, Music is the Fultz' talent Beach says she has enjoyed Louise said and three heads witnessed the cash tran- visitors were present. 'The :
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and they have their own string bringing up her four girls. nodded in agreement. saction. The night sessions at '
quartet. Mary Louise and Mary The only problem she said Saylor, an insurance agent After having set up the the Orange Bowl where In
Catherine play the violin; was that all growing pains commented, "It's going to be Initial l weekly payment Evangelist Billy Graham
drew the quate.
preached
Mary Ann the. viola and Mary were multiplied four times. very quiet at home now. schedule and Fountain of $500 to In himself Sep-- crowd. Saturday largest nigl\t In
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45,000 heard the In
temher. persons
1001 Marshall i
noted preacher and Sun- heard
Grandmofher'Conned' Out accused of soliciting a
television SPt from New- day night an estimated--
55.000 men women and face. :\
bold But the strak that
children in atten-
broke the camel's hack dance. Most were of the of the
came in March. 1965, Baptist
as
of $6,000 Life Savings ture Tremble and entered the weekly the payment pic-- ed Churches their doors.in the area clos- that ment

Apart from the he
general !
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to fix her house and neededthe The money had been slowly lumped from $ OO to session at the Convention as! It
Police are searching for a money. lie also tried to accumulated through the $600. Hall, some of the Interest- '
The fits:
1965 dark green Impala Che- talk her into taking a check years in four separate accounts mvnient of Ing and informative dis-
volet and two men flashin instead of cash but she instead $1 noo was nlleeed received cussons and lectures were Brooks
$100 bills-60 of them follow- of cash but she insisted Because of Mrs. Me Smith'sage bv Fountain In October at the Napoleon Room of
10H! ( the Indictment said,
ing a confidence game playedon on the $100 bills her sons John and Leroy when Newbold the Deauville Hotel with
an 80-year-old grandmotherin When he asked "Who's that had handled all her financial brown bag conKinIng )put a representatives from vari-

Dania last week. with you" because the man .affairs and wouldn't let her -' the paper money In the police -. ous nations participating. the ml
Talked into thinking she with Mrs. McSmith was un- go to the bank alone. sergeant's car. One of the highlights of tion

was going to make $3,000 known to him, she said it was ._--- -------- the congress was the mes- to be
Mrs. Martha McSmith, 80, 535 her nephew. sage of Dr. .T. H. Jackson, Dr
NW 2nd Avenue, Dania withdrew The one confidence man I[ Judge AwardsSonji Son jc $350 |I I pastor of Olivet Baptist
her life's savings from with her is described as five Church, Chicago and first
Dania Bank and gave it to the foot seven inches weighing Roi, vivacious wife assets were Mohammed Ali president of the National dent
men for a package that was 155, 28 to 30 years old with of heavyweight champion I Enterprises in Chicago some Baptist Convention Inc., Council :
supposed to contain $9,000.It light skin. The second man Cassius Clay will get $350 stock in Greyhound a trust in U. S. A., and one of the "Is
did not.Details. who stayed in the car could weekly to live on while her Louisville (10 per cent of his vice presidents of the Alliance affront
in the case are only be described as dark irate hubby pushes hjs suit purse when he fights goes on Sunday morning tice
somewhat hazy because of skinned wearing sunglassesand for annulment or divorce on into that), an El Dorado (Ca- In spite of the inclemencyof
Mrs. McSmith's advanced age with processed flair the ground she lied when she dillac) and a limousine. the weather an overflowing duct
and limited eyesight but she (straightened). promised to adopt his faith. crowd estimatedat
was evidently appr cached as Mrs. McSmith's granddaughter Circuit I Judge Harold NAACP REGISTRATION 20.000 heard this "princeof which
she was leaving her doctor's.o "' Elizabeth Woods, Spaet knocked down Sonji's the pulpit" as he delivered stand

The two men drove the 25, was returning home on attorney's request for $1,000 BEGINS IN JACKSONVILLE the major sermonof "Is
the 11th
woman home to pick up her foot when she saw the men a week or more. Judge Spaet World Baptist against
bank books and took her to let her grandmother out of the said "This is not a long JACKSONVILLE A major Alliance Beach Convention at the Hall Miami men

the bank. car at the house. It was not marriage. These are not voter registration campaignwas drud
The most historic eventof
When she attempted to withdraw until Miss Woods got into the people who have slowly launched last week here the sessions occurred
the money from the bank, house that she realized there climbed up the hill together." by the National Association Tuesday when the Alli- while
Mrs. Lorraine Milner teller was anything wrong. She Clay didn't attend the for the Advancement of Colored ance elected as its presi- the
called Frank Elby, vice-presi. called police immediatel y hearing. His wife dressed ina People. dent the Rev DrV.. B.Tolhprf pating"
dent who had known Mrs. Mc She could not recall the license stylish blue suit with red The drive, which will con- Jr., vice president ity?
Smith for years. He questionedher number of the car ex- piping said after the hearingshe concentrate on this section of
at length even though she cept that it was a Florida still hoped to reconcile the state will be extended to

explained that she was going plate.Ii with has him.been She chasing had testifiedshe all over the rest of Florida before the MOM Held in I fatal

summer ends. It seeks to

I FATHER KILLED PARTING "f the see country him but after that him he trying refusedto to Negroes place an on additoinal the registrationrolls. 75,000 Cleo Hughes, 37, was I r This w- t

Ii talk to her. Mrs. Clay said arrested and accused of j our
: later she would resume the the fatal shooting of his cine
The state goals seeks to
t
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SONS IN FIGHT chase. common-law wire Cath- j
bring Negro registration to a Scene
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1Jf. """ According to Sonji. C lay'siADAM erine Donaldson, 57. dur1 1
An 82-year-old father pulled a knife on his total of 400,000.The ing an argument In their our
was stabbed to death brother Eugene, 41, the CLAYTON NAACP campaign is 258 NW 9th St. apt. I[ then
Sunday when he tried to later told police. Their POWELL IN MIAMI under the direction of Robert Hughes told police that part of t
break up a fight betweenhis father grabbed David. Saunders, NAACP Florida field he got a .22-calIber pistol I t I each an
two sons police said. David plunged his knife director. Mr. Saunders stated from a closet and fired It miss t
Willam R. Johnson, 3570 into the old man's chestas New York CongressmanAdam that he anticipated no resistance "to scare her away." I ful
Hibiscus St., was the vic- his father struggledwth Clayton Powell and one I: to the NAACP effort When police arrived on [ its .
tim. The brothers were hm, Eugene told po- of his aides Atty. Charles "If we encounter resistance the scene she told them I I articles
jailed on separate second Wingate arrived i in Miami I: the new civil rights law "I'm going to die," Then [ travel
degree murder charges on Ice.The old man was deadon Thursday for an overnight ,will take care of it," he said. she expired. I I the
Monday. arrival at Mercy Hos stop enroute to Him ini ona '"If not,of course, there wouldbe Hughes Is being heldon human, "
David C. Johnson 43 pital. deep sea fishing expedition. |I Iu demonstrations" he added. $10.000 bond. L_ ----- *




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I Fund to Aid Fired Negro TeachersA ,


million-dollar fund money. to provide the said the NEA has asked 1I 1I I
drive Is bHn launched dismissed teachers with the U. S. Office of Educa- TY, 'Al' Y' Sf f9a > I
by the Natonal Eduction legal assistance and 1 o h tion for a grant of $200- r
Association to help Negro placement services. The 000 tQ help get the service
teachers who lose their teachers will be helped to centers started.
Jobs when southern return to college for The National Education
schools are integrated. further education, In some Association said that in
NRA President o I s cases. one Southern state. all
Rndlnper said the problem The announcement was! the Negro teachers in
of N' ro-tencher made by Miss Endanger In seven counties were dis-
displacement has reached Npw York Sunday as the missed when the Negro
massive: proportions NEA officially opened Its schools were closed.It .
In the past few months as 103rd annual convention said that in another
southern school systems which closes Friday. state a school with 16 Ne- i
",move toward compliancewith Tn addition to the $1 gro teachers was closed nxr I
the Civil Rights. million which will he and six of the teacherswere
Law. raised by. the .94000members. demoted to "teacher
Service centers will he Executive Secretary helpers."
established with the William G. Carr


I Urban League Youth to Meet- at BarcelonaThe The 1965 National Ur- Col. Claude C. Clark Mrs. Lambert Sands Pastor :.1,
ban League Conference Dorothy Rutchik. Dr. Ira Robert L. Woodfork, ,S
will lie held at the Eden P Davis Mrs. Maude K Stewart Kohn and Chas.
Greater Miami Ur- All youth groups in the munity. Roc Hotel on Miami Reid. Standing: Father Topmiller.OOOO0000OOOC100OOOOO00OQfl0.
ban League Youth Com- community who would The main purpose o f Beach Aug. 1-5. Servingas f
munity Conference will be like to participate should this organization Is to get host for the Conferencewill
held August 1-5. The call FR 1-6476. young people together be the Greater Miami

Youth Community activi- The leadership of tomorrow since It is only by know- Urban League. PUBLIC a
ties will run simultaneously Is being born In ing each other they can According to T. Willard I NOTICE
with the Urban League cooperation of the Negro )learn to live together.The Fair executive directorof
Conference .activities. and white youth of the League, attendingthe
However the U.L.Y.C. Believing that the today.coun- conference will be Don't be fooled I Investigate Be Safe In Miami
activities will be conducted Greater Miami Ur- staff and volunteers from have ONE
try's young people could you only Government Approved Cashier '.
in the Barcelona where contribute greatly toward ban League is a United 72 different cities and 35 School There is NO Substitute for
the members will be .hous the realisation of racial Fund supported agency different states, plus top
ed. that gives full time pro- governmental. Industry.
equality, the Delegate Assembly
According to Frank Co. the highest pol-- fessional attention toward religious and civic lead- M.T.I. Business SchoolsMarket '
Improving the living and l'
wan. Jr., Associate Director icy-making body of the ers.Register
Education and Youth National Urban workng conditions of and avoid the .1
League, Training Institute ;
Incentives, some 170 dele- accepted and adopted a Miami's Negro population.It rush. A package deal is i1
gate between the ages of proposal to form operates on the phi- available to those who '
an
organization register In advance. This N.W. 7th Ave. at 78th 51'
14-22
are expected to bb in called the Ur- losophy that American special offer closes
on
attendance. ban Teamwork Works.
League Youth Corn-
June 30. Persons whore'ister )
.
--- at the conference

will pay the full amount America's largest and oldest 50 schools nation-wide
I Miamian Held in Hit-Rust DeathCommer ($30.) Those Individuals Lifetime Free Job placement. MTI has been a trusted
desiring to attend for one
or two days guide over 12 years for thousands now working in
aent occurred about 2:00 may regis-
to answer In Palm Beach
Styles. 35, of County Magistrate's Court a.m. A FHP spokesmansaid ter at $5 per day. steady high paying JOBS. Only government approved

arrested 1975 NW 4th the Ave.,Florida was Tuesday charges of manslaughter Styles ran off the For further information training will qualify all people 17-60 in ten days
by
road and hit two or three please call FR 1-6476.
leaving the ready for work
Patrol
Highway Sunday Members
of the
local
persons walking along the
scene of an accident involving -
about a half hour after arrangements committee
shoulder.
he allegedly lost controlof less a fatality reck- About 20 minutes later preparing for conference: JOBS NOW OPEN
driving improper ;
his car and hit two pedestrians and he was arrested in South Seated, 1 to r, Miss
lights two counts of
of Blanche
killing one
Calloway, Sena-

them Jaled- on under State bond Road 15.of no Styles operator's was license.southboundjust Bay.Della Winters 23 of tor Harry P. Cain Lt. CASHIERS, CHECKERS, STOCKMEN, SALES ..

outside Pahokee police Pahokee died in the CLERKS, PACKERS SUPERVISORS
he scheduled
3000. was in West Palm Beach. The
said when the acci- emergency room of the
Everglades Memorial third person was not * *

Hospital. Her companion. touched by the car. Day and nite classes. No High School needed. Train
George S. The victim had just lefta
Swanervury,
Central District
FPPA TO MEET IN 21, of Pahokee. was in night club when the now, pay later. Reserve your place now. ,(

Business 'Owners DAYTONA BEACH serious condition at the accident happened. police
Good
Samaitan Hospital said.
DAYTONA BEACH The coooooooo PL 7-8448 0000000000
OrganizeCentral Florida Printers and Pub-
lishers Association will hold LEGAL NOTICE
Business Asso- Notice Under Fictitious
meeting
ciation is the name of the its annual summer Name Law
here Saturday. July 17.
newly organized of
group of NOTICE IS HEREBY
President Garth Reeves
men business and in women the Central doing Miami said the agenda will GIVEN, desiring that the to undersigned FOR THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATESCALL
include election of officersand engagein
Negro district.
business under the .
The organization is a seminar conducted by
fictitious name of
sponsored under the Eco- FPPA members on problems
CENTERVILLAKINDERGARTEN tAC
nomc Opportunity Pro- facing the industry today. ; BONDED- q6,

gram, Inc. of Dade Coun- The Wesley Brothers Printing at number 5861 NW 17th IrIcr w
ty.. Company of Daytona will Avenue in the City of
The main purpose of host the meeting at one of the Miami Fla. intends to '
the group is to bring into beachfront hotels.Legion register the said name
focus the benefits of the with the clerk of the Cir- RENTAL !
EOPI to the small busi- cuit Court of Dade County -
ness operators and to for- to Hold Florida.
mulate plans and proced- Dated at Miami Florida

healtheir ures for business establishing com-a Flag Raising this JAMES 2nd day COPELAND of July, 1965. AGENCY INC.

munity. Service RUTH E. COPELAND ,
Chas. North was elect- Owners.

ed acting president; Mrs July 5 at 7 a.m. the, July 2, 9, 16 23
Opal King, vice president; American Legion, John THE LARGEST COLLECTION AND RENTAL
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:
Charles Swesslnger secretary -
Griffin Post and Auxiliarywill NOTICEThe
and Israel Adder-
assistant secretary.The hold a flag raising Church of God in '." AGENCY IN THE SOUTH; OPERATING IN
ley. and dedication service at HON.
first meeting is Christ Eastern Florida L. L. BROOKS
scheduled for July 12 at Lincoln Memorial Park Twelfth Annual State Sunday DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.
3001 NW 46th St.
the temporary Economic School Convention 112 S.W. PRESIDENT
Opportunity Center 817 This service is in com- 12th Avenue, Delray Beach

NW 2nd Ave., at 8 p.m. memoration of our service Florida. July 6-11. 1965. t GEORGE P. HARTH, GENERAL MANAGER r : .
here in this and other
men
this time board of fy
At a Come one and all and en-
directors will be named to hallowed grounds.
joy this meeting. '
Guest speaker will be great AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN : ;
study the best proceduresand Elder E. B. Beacham MANAGING '
Lt. Col. Claude C. Clark
a working programfor
State Supt.
the organization's fu- retired. '" 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
ture. The Civil Air Patrol
,
under the command of <
All business men and in women this area doing Lt. Robert Wilcox will 18, BUILDING YEARS OP SERVICE RESPONSIBLE TO Bonded also has employment service at main office

are invited to attend also turn out. .
'THE COMMUNITY 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA
All friends and visitorsare
meeting, join the organization -

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come to their business. 5 at 7 a.m. CALL STANLEYPL Plus a fleet of cars giving door to door service for tenants convenienceOn

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Attractive Alterations Vandalism don,by a few U expansive to all. Please help us stop this unn.uuory."ar.I
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Betty, their two daughters, Donna and Debbie -

a step daughter, Betty Ann and a neigh- TB Rate Jumps I

bor's daughter, Deborah Lynn Herrin a -
; family wiped out. That was a real tragedy. The TB Assoclaton reported five months of the year
des-
\ Sunday that There is one Nbite
7 NOTEBOOKIn pite a large difference in every nine ein the
YE EDITOR'S and white
, the Negro pop- area.
and Publisher
SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor
Cal. Monday, a municipal ulation here. Negro admissions The TB
Editor Berkley, on association
; GARTH C. REEVES, Managing to state tuber- is
I judge found 155 sit-dners and demonstrators have concentrating: its efforts
culosis hospitals
1 Member of the National Newspapers Publishers Association guilty on charges stemming from demonstrations jumped to almost equal where in the areas the greatest of the county.
of California. On the those of whites. number
SUBSCRIPTION RATES at the University of the cases are
\ ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 basis of his findings, 500 others who agreedto The Dade-Monroe Tu- found. being

i Entered Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post be judged on that trial could be given the tory berculosis Disease and Association Respira- The mobile chest X-ray

r' Office at Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 same penalty 18 months in jail and a fine revealed that (64 white wee unit has k in been Perrine.busy Rich-this

: Office at 6740 NW. 15th Avenue Phone OX 1-0X21 of $1,500. persons and 56 Negroes the mond Heights and South
have been admitted to
; Some were convicted of resisting arrest, MiamI:
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" others of trespassing. There was no jury; the hospitals during the first
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accords trial lasted more than a month. Kelsey Pharr k

to every man regardless of race, creed or color his
human and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-the Our legislators have been quite a long Honored At ,
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that witha k r ,
time at it, but on Tuesday they came up
held back.
Is
oil men are hurt as long as anyone Bethel's
68-Senator, 109-House plan for reapport-

Happy Birthday to RooseveltThe ionment. It is hoped Governor Burns will sign Father's Day
the state going.
of
Roosevelt Savings and Loan Associ- and get reapportionment Father's Day at Greater -
the bigger counties will not any
Perhaps Bethel AME Churchwas
ation the first fully integrated statechartered -
longer be dominated by their smaller cities. one of fond memories.
savings institution in the South, will be two Institutional Representative -

old on July 4. Robert L. Clark
years
The Coast Guard's Dinner Key Air Sta-
sparked memories of the
The association will celebrate its anni-
tion will be transferred to the Opa-locka Air- late Dr. Kelsey L. Pharr.
versary July 3 by giving a party for the pub-
to member of Bethel and
in September according an announce-
lic under a giant tent on its parking lot. The port Father of Miami's first
ment Adm. L. M. Thayer.
all-star enterainment includes selections b y by Negro Boy Scouting --
\ school bands church choirs a colorful night Troop No. 75 of Greater
Smiling Eddie Lee Pitt-
baskets Bethel. About 40
There will be fewer straw com- years
club group and a sensational soprano. Prizes ago he succeeded in win- man popular local businessman -
ing fro m the Bahamas. These were quite is the new own.
will be given and refreshments served, The ing permission for Negro -
handy for bringing five fifths of liquor. I n boys to wear Boy er cf the Dive-Inn Bar
begins at 10 a.m.
program 1772 NW 79th St. Phone
future it's be fifth Scout Uniforms. Scout
to
going one per person.
Congressman Claude Pepper will be 091-9431. He invite all
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Jerome read "A
merchandise will be able t o Trapp
Duty free
his old friends to
the come
.special guest for occasion. Father's Edgar
Prayer" by:} -
come in to the value of $100. Guest. and meet new friends.
The growth of Roosevelt Savings and Loan
Tourists will be allowed to ship goods to Patrol leader Everyone, welcome indf
Association has been phenomenal. Making its Eric:; Jenkins ., '
friends valued at $'100 then called t 'members -
bow to this public on Independence Day, 1963, .
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of Troop-15 to.attend: '1." '
it is the fastest These restrictions do not apply to tourists ,
growing establishment of Its tion for a presentation by. '
kind in Dade County, and perhaps in the visiting the Virgin Islands, Guam and Samoa. Scout Alex Stephens to' ".FORTSON, AND HOLLEY
state. It is a nearly-eight-million-dollar Insti- They could bring with them $200 worth of Scout Master James
without Thornton. Mr. and Mrs. Junious Fort'
goods paying duty.
tution.John Greater Bethel Oldest son, 1440 N.W. 59th Street
B. Orr is board chairman ; Mrs. Endeavoring to straighten its financial Choir No. 1 then dedicated announce the engagement of

Athalie M. Range, president, and Dr. E A. problems Dade School Board may cut out "Faith the Fathers of Our Fathers"to of the their son to niece Joe, Roccella Nathan Holley Fort'

Ward, president emeritus. come 500 positions. Among those slated to go church. Roccella is the daughter of

are assistant principals, library clerks and Robert Clark also told of Mrs. Annie Lee Fortson and
another project fatheredby
NEGRO HEADS BAPTISTS some counselors.By Dr. Pharr. the first the late John Lewis Fortsonof

Perhaps the biggest news of the week holding off the building of West Fathers' Day program Elberton Georgia.of Mrs.Mr.

comes from the Baptists who have invadedour Holmes Elementary School and Drew, plus when he introduced the Holley Florie Holley is the and son the late

city 17,000 strong. other projected school additions the board song Mother"Daddy.to me.You've" Beena John Thomas Holley. He is

The Baptists' World Alliance held their hopes to solve its financial problem.The Rev. Cousin's messagewas also the son of Mr. and Mrs
.11th Congress in the Convention Hall at MI- Miami-Killian High School in South "A Father's Responsibility Nathan Johnson all of St,

ami Beach. This Alliance is 27 million strong Dade will be built and an addition made to His Children."or Debt To wedding Augustine is planned.Fla. A December

representing 121 nations. Blue Lakes Elementary School.

One of the major topics for discussionwas
...----sssti s!._-o.. ts.e -seers
the election of Dr. Dr. W. R, Tolbert Jr, ,
vice-president of Liberia, to be president of Phil Ossofor I r

the Alliance Dr. Tolbert's election is one of HOW DO YOU
our history-making events. In last week's column I I IiP
commented on scripture I I
On Tuesday the Alliance elected Dr. Tol- "clouds," those symbolic "

bert by a unanimous vote. objects which hid Christ's AY YOUR BILL ?
Congratulations to Dr Tolbert and the true being from the mul-I
titude, like the physical .
Association he heads.
now clouds hide the sun from
the, earth.In I
estimation, the I lay
SERRA INTERNATIONALSerra greatest my cloud of all was I going to each store and paying in cash? Or by going out, buying a

International, an organization of His physical body. Thus, Imo.iey order and mailing it? Here's much handier called ait I
a way,
the Roman Catholic Church, held its conven- when He said that H e I
tion this week at the Fontainebleau Hotel, was the 'bread which i
came from heaven, the
Miami Beach opening on Monday.The Jews said, ("Is this not
most Rev. Alfred Mendez, in his ad- Jesus, the son of Joseph I SPECIAL: CHECKING ACCOUNT: II IIII
dress, tells of the shortage of priests in Latin whose father and mother II
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we know? How is it then
America where 200, million Catholics live, but he saith I came down I
only 10 percent of the clergy work there from heaven?" (John 6:41-:
The Rev. Mendez is spearheading a pro- 42.) He spoke of the Holy I II
Spirit they of Hiss\ hu-I Works Like This
gram to train laymen to become deacons of the man body. :

Catholic Church and assume many tasks i n Jesus proclaimed that to the tincoln National Bank, deposit what-

Puerto Rico previously reserved for priests.He He was "The Way, the I I ever amount you want, and get a book of checks I
said : "Deacons could perform the Truth and the Life," yet | (just 10* each-25 for $2.50)).

sacrament-communion, baptism, marriage andso when He called refuted"Good this, Master" say-- I

on and be there to bury the dead." ing, "Why rallest thou I Whenever you want to pay a bill, (lust write a
More than 200 million Catholics there Me good? There is none check for It, in your own home or wherever you

need 150,000 more priests doctors and teach. good" but one that is happen to be. 'No need to carry a lot of cash I
God. (Mark 101718.: ) I around, or to go out and buy a order for
ers, said Thomas V. Coughlan, returning Surely He was speakingof each bill. money [II
president of the Serra International organization His human body, that
of 11,000 Catholic business and profes- "cloud" which often obscured -I I N (f. I II
sional lay leaders who encourage men to become the light of the | You don't have to keep any certain amount in the
sun of the Holy Spirit. bank-just whatever you want, in order to
priests as their No. 1 goal. which within Him.burned brightly I I I the checks you write Each month you get cover a I'm Bessie JUcbbarg.iii .I

statement of your account, together with
A NEW CHAIRMANThe His admonition, "The cancelled checks your Come in and ask for me.
which
flesh profiteth nothing II I serve as receipts. The I
Rev. James Duncan, D. D., Suffragan clearly explains the worth I I small charge for all this service is just 50* per I'll be glad to help )'"u
Bishop of the Episcopal Church, has been and destiny of the human month. When you need more checks, simply pick '
elected chairman of Dade's Community Re- body. God is a Spirit. up another book like you did the first time.OP" your a (John 4:24.: ) We are creat- I I
lations Committee, succeeding the Most Rev. ed in His image, so our
Carroll Coleman, who held the position since true being is spirit, not A bank checking account is a useful reference-and everyone can afford oneLINCOLN
its organization about two flesh. Since Christ is the I I this easy inexpensive
years ago. way.
perfect image of God, if t
Bishop Coleman has done a splendid jobas we seek Him through the
chairman and has seen much progress in- flesh we find only the

terracially during his administration. Bishop cloud glorious which light of hides God. the I I NATIONAL BANK !

Duncan, has served with Bishop Cole- This may rte whv Isaiah I I
man on this committee and is well qualifiedfor warned us in this man- I I OF MIAMI j

the position He is pretty well known and ner: "He hath n o form | F'IS/I.II'n"d60nk in the entire SoutheassB
admired. nor comllness; and when right here in the Edison Financial Center
we shall see him there is
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no beauty that we should 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 759-4431
desire him" (Isaiah 53.2 .
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A TRAGEDYFrom NOW PROVIDING
NEW EXTENDED BANKING HOURS

Jacksonville > .- .JWW I Monday, Tuesday, W.dn.tdoy. I
comes news that on WWVWWWVWWVKTAKf Thursday 9i30 am to 2 pm; Friday 9i30 am to 2 pm
Monday,,Six persons were killed when their YOUR FAMILY TO] and 5 pm to 8 pm. Drive-in! | Window open Monday thru Friday 2 to S pm; Saturdays 9 .to

car collided with a freight train. HOP SUNDAY j ji j Lnoon. J
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JESCA DayCampen Mailhandlers'Wives 1w
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Visit Organize; .


VizcayaDay Plan DanceThe Places. .

campers at JamesE. Women's Auxiliaryof l
Scott Community As- Mailhandlers' Local No. Things.
Airman 3-C Reginald Rhodriquez is ,home sociation viewed in awe- 65 of Dade County Post .
for a visit with family and friends after a some wonder the, exotic Office met for an organi- DDIO". ,
carving and authentic zational meeting Sunday, By Lawrence B. Cooper
long stint in Fuchu, Japan. Reginald plans to
of June 27, 'at the
furnishing home
see another'side of the world when he takes Ths Dade County Vlzcaya.Art the Local's president Mr.of People Places i iIT'S

off again Germany.Let Museum is the estate of Al Kinsey. \
WHATS HAPPENING, BABYt""Get !
Freedom ring it's IndependenceDay the late James Deering The' mothers, wives and "
featuring replicas of with it Dad. Dig the Nitty-gritty!I.
daughters of t h Mall-
on Sunday and because it is Sunday e
on a Chinese Roman Italian
handlers elected their officers It's what's happening, baby.That's .
this year, then we have a long weekend which. French. Egyptian origin. -
includes Monday. Happy Holiday. Ten acres of formed gar- and helped to finalize some of the teen-age jargon of to-
dens and fountains are plans for the dance day that was delightfully listened to in a four-
Celebrating birthdays during the early inspirational well annually sponsored by the
as
as
Mailhandlers. star TV special on Monday _night' aimed to .
days, of.July will ,be. Zelma Black, Grace Rob- enjoyable. .
keep teenagers in school. It was a wild,musical -.
Hialeah
inson, J. D. McKellar Park with Its The newly elected Officers -
Juanita
Pinckney, wild life preserve wasan are Mesdames: Hope sermon that spared no punches or noise in
Gregry Gill, Doris Gorden, Bettye Ann exciting and stimula- Kinsey president; Emma its pitch for the U. S. Office of Economic Op,
Dowdell, James Moxey and Joe Adderly of ting trip. Interesting Williams. vice-president; portunity.This. ,
the Miami Times. He celebrates his birthdayon facts were pointed out by Gloria Anderson secre-
Saturday.On the guide as we toured tary; Inez Foster, trea- hour and a half show was a racous S
this Tropical Garden and surer; Ruth Walker financial one. It started out jumping and ended in a
July first, legislation into effect Race Course by train. and
goes secretary f
swingin' gaser with "all hands on stage" as
The hull of houses
a ship
which forbids the use, sale and possession of"hard" Thelma Mumford parli- I
the ,seaquarium part of mentarlan. Mr. Ray Charles brought the house down'witb,
detergents in Dade County. Our this attraction and cam- his "Shake That Thing."
County Home Demonstration Agent, Helen B. pers watched at leisure The Annual Dance will
parrots peacocks and beheld. Saturday July This "teen" dug the message that Mur,
Mac Tavish, recommends that select deter-
we many other varieties of 10.: time 8:30: p.m. until ray the K, the glib disc jockey-MC was getting
gents on the same basis as before and on the birds from many coun- ?. Place Fraternal Order across to the millions of teens who saw the,
same manner- read the label carefully be- tries. of Police Building. 151
fore you buy. Midget campers (Pre- St. and 27th Ave.. Opa- show. This entertaining bit of frivolity and fun, .
schoolers) visited North- locka. Price $1.50. Call Al should have socked us teens right between
Ralph and Erroll Mizell are off for side Shopping Center and Ktnsey 681-2447 for tic the eyes!
Massachusetts to attend camp for the sum Crandon Park Zoo. kets. .
Other trips for camp- When we say no punches were held, we
mer. ers will include Wax Alpha Pi Chi's meant that the, kids on the program, even lil 1
If you're a teacher in the junior or senior Museum. Greynolds Park ykes, were doing the Pop-Eye, the Monkey,)

high school please make "Up The Down Dixie Branch Park Libraries and Edison Circus Spring FantasyJune the Fly, Watusi, Fish, Swim and all the other {

Stair Case" a must on your summer readinglist. Hobby Hall, Miami 11 was a grand myriads of "dances" with hip slinging,*
Someone very near and dear gave mea Beach Lincoln Road date for the Alpha Gam- body contortions and head shaking that .

copy with this inscription: "Maybe this will Mall Parrott Jungle Chi ma Sorority.Chapter of In the Alpha beau-PI we teens do with vibrant energy. I
Crandon Park Zoological
explain some of your frustrations. Gardens and Virginia tifully decorated Gulf- That comedian, we disrecollect his name,
Alpha wives baby showered for the Gays Beach. stream Room of Bayfront pitched the ball straight down the middle to

who are the proud parents of twins, John and CAMPING PERIOD Alpha Park Auditorium Pi Chis and the Pi- teen drop outs, when he explained how a drop

Johni at 3240 NW 11th Court. ettes held their annual out married a drop out, had three drop out'
There is still an
Dr. Howard Hadley is ill at Christian tunity for your youngsterto oppor- Spring Fantasy the Ball.friends kids, with a drop out mother-in-law, and had

Hospital. enjoy an educational who Manv chatted were and dancedin to drop out mornings to find a drop out job ata

Home again after a visit to WashingtonD.C. and weeks fun of Day packed Camping.Arts five. an atmosphere of exotic drop employment agency!

is Percy Brown, '65 graduate of Booker and crafts, music Rolle music and his bv"Playboys.Edward" The show was totally integrated, but thatis

T. Washington. informal dramatics nature Highlighting the even- besides the point. We think the message got

Hannah Edwards left on Monday for er camp lore and activities many oth-will ing was the presentationof across more so than newspaper, bookets and

New York City where she will spend the sum- be participated in. Regu- graciously sorors arrayed beautifully in their and other .types of essays on the subject. It was

mer and have her second "look-see" at the lar Red Cross proceduresfor sororltv colors of green "our" type of show which was immensely en-
World's Fair.Visiting swim classes for cam- and white.A joyed. Host Murray K knows what's happening -
pers is for held at Edison very enjoyable time so did The Supremes, Ray Charles,
Dorothy Roundtree are Hazel pool preschoolersand
was had by all. The Dave Clark Five Mathis Her-
Brown Cassandra Gray and Catherine Brown. and junior campers. Johnny ,, I.
KING JOHN'S PARISIAN man's Hermits, Tom Jones, The Shindig
her 15th birthday
Catherine is celebrating PL 4-2326 6918412or
Dancers others..
and
July 4. PL 8-4791 for further ROOM ,
information. We I o o k We teens gotta get with the nittygritty. -
Houseguests of Thelma Williams are ODESSA HARRIS
Irma Hardy and Daisy Pittman.. JESCA.forward to seeing you at JULY 3,4,5 Drop in, don't drop out! Ya-ya-ya, "It's
What's Happening, Baby!1"
We hear that Joseph Portier, co-owner of .
We think another show of this type
the Economy Drug Stores, will be a candidatefor
beamed the full
should be our way. Maybe
the commission in the coming election.
city impact of this boss TV fare didn't quite soak
Garth Reeves Jr., jetted to New York on in. We might drop a line to the U.S. Office of

Monday to join Lorenzo Hamm for a summer Economic Opportunity Whatta you say, baby?
vacation at Wyandarche, Long Island, N. Y.

with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel (Marie) Barry.
And Things .
Marie is Mrs. Gregg (Parthenia) Hamm's
sister. We know where you can get a swell,

tasty bowl of chunks of pig meat, including
Ann Robinson is spending the
Cheryl chittlerlings. Some people call it souse!
summer with her sister, Jeanne in Baltimore.The .
It's on the corner of 15th Avenue and
ACYF (Action Club for Youth Fit- Fontainebleau.Sister .
the
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68th St., a place called -
ness) picknicked at Crandon Park on Saturdayfor 'y'. Della Deepgrease, alias Mama Dee,
their first project. It was a real nice affair. r AT 19TH ST. & 1TH AVE. alias Mrs. Rollins, is the caretaker and kit-

Cleo Jollivette and Adrian Harrison are chen expert who also whomps up a mean fish

enjoying camp life at YWCA Camp Quannacut PR ESE NTS -.,*.;, 1 sandwich, ham on white with ? ? ? But, first

Pine Bush, N. Y. get a bowl of souse and inquire about her

Gov. Haydon Burns has nominated Atty. ODESSA HARRIS membership cards!

Henry Arrington as a member of Local Board

No. 46 in the Selective Service System. HOT RECORDING ARTIST We are a dog fancier just like so many

well wishes to Mrs. Wilhelmina 4rf other dog lovers. Former President FranklinD.
Get The Color of My Love is Blue I.
Hospital. Roosevelt was a lover of dogs and almost
Starkey at Mercy
made political issue of his famous dog Fala
a
vp JULY 2-3-4-5
Our sympathy to the Cooper family who
when some unkind words were said about him
.
mourn the death of their mother, Mrs. Vir-
JULY 16 J during a presidential campaign. President
White.A. ROZ HILL FASHION SHOW -
ginia
Lyndon Johnson was ostracized because he
Percival (Billy) Saunders, formerlyof
lifted up one of his dogs by its ears.
Miami, now of Boston is vacationing in Mi- rSTARTING NEXT WEEK 7 So we can well sympathize with CharlesC.

ami and Nassau, Bahamas.Mrs. l' Mon African Go-Go Spooky Jones North who lost his dog last Friday in the
Hannah Edwards, son, Derek and vicinity of 55th Terr. and 18th Ave. ,
mother, Mrs. Helen Trotman are vacationingin Tues Sam Early' North's pet is a fluffy furred Spitz 17

New York City. Ditto Sheryl Lewis. Wed (And weekends) Chuck Grisby years old which he had since a pooch of three

Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Davis entertained a *Thurs Amateur Show months. Mr. North is deeply concerned about

on Wednesday with a barbecue for Rev. '*4 Q.:lii:e !7. k %tL ryd.t wcurr.s Ar, .. r rGnMwG his friend and is offering a liberal reward for

and Mrs. Robert Wallace of Chicago, Ill. her return or information as to her where-
SHOW
FRI.-SAT.-SUN. TIME
Mr. and Mrs. Mose Russell have an- ;'A abouts as well as eternal gratitude.The .

nounced the marriage of their daughter, Con- pet answers to Mimi (pronouncedme

stance, to Reginald Sharpe. me). You can contact Mr. North at 1895
NW 55th Terr or at North's Travel Bureauon
Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Blacknell announce
the coming marriage of their daughter, Gere- 3rd Ave and 11th St.

line to Russell Ewing on July 9. ?CC **
OWNERNo
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. EdwinA.

Scavella of 1195 NW 63rd Street who celebrated Down-No Closing

their 46th wedding anniversary June

29. 3511 NW 206 St.

Live, neither in ,the 'past,nor in the future,
,but?'let each day's work absorb all your inter- 3 Bedroom, CBS, $74 Monthly pays all.

",esV -energy and enthusiasm.f The best prep-

aration1 for' ,tomorrow'' b', to do today's work y yyN ......... KrH1 22&-1411
superbly' well Sir Wm. Osier.,I 1L




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Playboy Club Congratulations to Eugene Clapp on his 1
TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO I r------
beautiful capture of the U. S. Publinx Golf qualifying round .
for 36 holes at LeJeune Golf Course, last week. Odds are CHURCH SUNDAY f J.

being laid that Clapp will win the national, and that he is - 651 N.W, 47th Street f

the longest hitter in the world. The fellows are betting that I bunang AssociatesEMPLOYMENT I I Open 35 p.m t
he can outdrive George Bayer by 75 to 90 yards, anytime. 1835 N.W.4lst Street
"Becky", the fabulous firedancer from Nassau is spendinga AGENCY
I II II I N.W. 50th Street t
few days with Mayme and me, I I 502 N.W. 54th Street 1921

* I -757-7674 I t j large bedrooms, 2 baths, ,

A I Nuff said. Till next week. live file every golden minute Excellent domestic open Fla room, garage.
1'1c.i of it. PEACE! I nings now in New York and I I FOR SALE II t I
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BY DAVE BONDU
Mrs. Alma Perkins and Mrs. Frances Wore wish to Connecticut. t 100x100 Corner Lot. (
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Announce the Opening of: advanced
Looking through the ads Transportation NO MONEY DOWN BUILD
want the other day. in the I t
Miami Herald to see what kind of jobs are available (and THE WIG SALON I -- ALSO -- I II ON YOUR LOT OR OURS
there were plenty). I noticed that there were plenty of good
2l93Vj AU BABA AVENUE t
jobs available but not for US, and when I say US, you I Male and Female I Need Money? Call
know who I mean. 'Course there are plenty of porters kit- (Opa-locka) Finest domestic and commercial f Baron JE 8.1340 Iow t
chen help, truck crivers and common laborers jobs for US. fobs i h this area. I
We specialize In the sale of the very best human hair j Lots or Homes Cash Paid j
The
accountants credit investigators, customer contact r .r r .r r
positions are all for THEM unless the salary is from $45 wigs. We also clean and style wigs. We carry a very a'------..
to $65 a week for us. and $85 to $125 for them. Yet. we are popular line of cosmetics.
expected to live decently even with the cost of livingthe
same pay our bills and keep good credit. And we
must have a college education to get anything. Earl'sLkQ
There was one in particular where a boy was wanted to
rund errands for an'office. He must be 1821. white and the i'L' IOP ORGt e bra Lavaeh 7

salary was $1.46 an hour which comes to $57.40 per 40 4
hour week. Had the job been offered to one of US it would'
have been $35 to $40. and he would be lucky to take home
$30 after taxes and SS, plus he would have had to take on j Where old and new friends meet -
the porters duties too. Somewhere along the line, things FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS I

have to get better because they can't get any worse. Takea EARl. EDWARDS, PROP. '11.,
Potted Plants ,
look at any of your airline companies: Eastern. National. Artificial Arrangements I

Northwest. Northeast Pan American. Delta do you see a Funeral Arrangements Our Specialty"A PHONE 753-8422 4400 N.W. 1TH,AVE.oooo j
dark face at that counter anywhere? Pan Am, BOAC. Ba- II I 4 < <.' ,:51
hamas Airlines have Negro agents in Nassau and Jamaica, I
and a customer buying a ticket does not care what color the
Visual Message with Flowers CorsagesFor
face is he the icket he
as long as gets wants.
When they advertise they say "equal opportunity em- the Discriminating"Lawrie's oooooooooooooooooooooooooo- '" .,

ployer", but they require experience How in the Hell can Flower Garden NOW APPEARING # ;
you get experience if you can't get a job in that field be- ,
cause of your color? There has to be a training ground I 'IN PERSON 'I
somewhere.All of the thousands of employees the y have now 6030 NW 7fh AvenuePHONE
were not and could not possibly have had experience wtien WEDNESDAY THROUGH MONDAY.
they s tan cd. This is where our move should be in em-
759-9168 NO ANSWER CALL NE 45801tort
ployment and better jobs with better salaries rather thanso
much emphasis on this restaurant or that one. How can The
we afford to go to the restaurant that is integrated if we ,
can't afford to pay for the meal.Oh. I could go on for a weekon
this subject, but I thi nk this enough for now. Dave Akins Trio MS '
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,.Our hats off to City Manager. Melvin Reese for put- I !I
ting those new street lights in the Central Negro District.Mr. .
Reese who has the city on his back and carries it like Every Night .,
Atlas tries his best to see that our sepia brothers are included
in all phases of city government. Of course we rea- Except Tuesday
lize that our long long fime friend his Honor Mayor Robert -
King High, Dave Kennedy and the other commissioners haveto : in nitfH i -7
5211 NW 17th Ave. .
pass on these things but it is Melvin who sees th at theyare --
done. If at any time, he runs for any ,other office I All Star Show
would have to suggest you vote for this'man, who has doneso '
much to improve our city. Not only for US,but foe THEM. Come. in and say "Hello" .to: SOMETHING NEW FOR YOU!
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PRETTY GIRL OF THE "
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WEEK: Bessie Richburg Elinor,. Foots, ,: Bessie; '& ,Johnnie, Mae ,Dance Good Music
POLICEMAN OF THE
WEEK; Sgt. Leroy Smith .COLDJ COLD! BEER' AND ,WINES,:' CONTINUOUS EHTERTA'IHMENTMY

DISC JOCKEY OF Tim
WEEK: Fred Hanna (WAME) Enjoy the Fourth of July holiday, with us. Everyone Swings Everyone Welcome

5 There's always fun' going on at the Blue COUSIN'S PLACE

I was sorry to learn that Note.
my friend and co-worker.Movie s '
* LOUNGE AND NITECLUB
Star Steve Cochran. passed
last week. Steve a good and TRY OUR HOME-COOKED SOUSE, (Formerly the Smith Brothers Club)

truly long-time a break friend with gave a yours major DELICIOUS BARBECUE RIBS 1207 NW 36 ST and 2nd Ave

movie part in his movie called
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"Tell Me In the Sunlight." I
played the part of anight club Nitely Broadcast WMBM with Allan Rock OOOOMr.

owner, and the boss of the CharmettesGo 1
leading lady.,$ erry. Marshall;: ---
With Steve gone..we donU know'' if the picture will be released Italian

now, but whether if is or not, I enioyed doing it. I !
Charmettes Inc.. of Miami
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have lost a good friend movie or no movie, and he lived a went Italian at a recent James ClubCORNER
good life and I hope he hnds'peace.. We miss him. tor a lot meeting at the homeof .
of folk felt the same way about him. Charmette Gloria Bur- 4
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A lavish Italian
rows. N.W. 36TH STREET & 2ND AVENUE
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Ruth Brown and Chickie buffet was enjoyed by the ,
Home should have the best show in town this week-end at group.At PRESENTS
the Mr. James Club If you missed that show at the Island this meeting a letter
Club this week you really missed a treat. Byron Lee was read from the workers -
and his show and band really did it up big. Those Blues at Kendall thankingthe I 1
girls there. Char-
Busters were the very end. It was so successful, that Stu mettes discussed their I
Goldman. Island Club owner, is thinking of bringing Pea- many social and civic activities -
nuts Taylor's Drumbeat Club Show for a one-nighter, some- accomplished this
time next month.Arrangements are still being made I am club year the most Important "MAMA HE TREATSYOUR DAUGHTERMEAN"r
accepting pictures of pretty girls for our column's "Pretty being the annual STAR OF STAGE,
{ Girl or the Week" Send just the head shots to me CM contribution for NAACP. /
The Miami Times .The Dave Akins Trio with their new life membership.
sounds are packing them in at My Cousin's Place. My Cousin It was decided that the
Frankic feels the new musical policy is on the right most Important projectsnext I >;
foot After listening to the two rock and roll.groups at year will be a Miss
the James Club and walking,across the street to dance to Charmette contest and (
the soft music or just sit and dig. makes the Dave Akins the presentation of a con-
ii aa' -
Trio really fill the bill Yours truly is back in Nassauby tribution to the JFK LI11+r (
the time you read this, for the opening of Popular Singing bra rV'
Star, Lonnie Saltin, At Peanuts Taylor's Drumbeat Miami Charmettes and
their husbands
day with Mayme and me recently COSTARRING
Millionairess Shirely Hall, spent a motored to Ft. Lauderdalefor
before taking off for Nassau where she built a winter home. their sister clubs'spring r.
She was accompanied by Mrs. Tommie Freeman and a cute fiance Other Char-
13-year-old named Deanease. Shirely is the owner and director -- mettes from W. P. Beach
of the Sammy Dyer School of Dance in Chicago, and her and Ft. Pierce enjoyedthe
husband, Ralph Bass is the gentleman who started the twist dance which had as I! 6 -
and the watusi via Hank Ballard. Its theme. "Charmettes In /
Sonny Payne, former drummer for Count Basic cut out Orbit." This gain affair '
for Los Angeles for a three week tour with Frank Sinatra.lie was the chief topic of r FROM NASSAU
will be in Nassau at the Yellow Bird Club next month discussion during the social '
If you live in the area of 10th Avenue,and 58th Street and hour following the l1 PLUS 2 GREAT SWINGING BANDS
around 12th Avenue and 58th Street, I wish each of you business esslon-
writea The next meeting will Billy Miranda & His Royal Sheiks
would take a few minutes to call our city these manager two dangerous or he held at the Richmond Freddie Scott & Bennie Latimore Combo
traffic light on
letter requesting a
Heights home of Janice A,
comers. You'd be helping yourself as well as your children King who was recently FBI., SAT & SUN.
and your neighbor's children. There have been a screechingof married. At this meeting
brakes several times a day almost daily for the past few officers will he Installed t July 2-3-4
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months, and accidents at those corners have left people for the following year
crippled and dead, that could have been avoided with traffic Mrs. Bernvce Greene now
lights. We hope the lady on 58th Street and 10th Avenue has serves president.. i M CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT 4If-.
insurance on her property, for the fence has been down five Tuesday Amateur Nite Thursday Ladles Nitej
times that we know of One letter or phone call may KING JOHN'S PARISIAN
help to change this. Please! Singer Phyllis Branch left Butterboll, Your Host & M.C.
at the Playboy in Jamaica ROOM
Sunday for a two week engagement
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday July 2. 1965
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( JMCA to Camp at Lab Pkcid Perry's FloristTo time community customers many; of are his moving long- ---

The Carver YMCA will ties as crafts archery Open BranchW. out In that area. Re-,
sponsor a six day ResI- physical development Indoor O. Perry owner and modeling work has already -
dence Camp at Camp Fla. and outdoor games. operator of Perry's Florists started towards
on Lake Placid Aug. 22- This Summer place your has been seving Miami preparing the store to ftodel of lhe Week
28. The regular YMCA son or daughter on a since 1933. He proudly open In September which s.
Camp Staff will lie i n Softball Team or Base- announces plans to openan will include air-condi- __
charge with Jefford Smith ball Team at the YMCA. additonal store whichis tioning and parking. 7
serving as Associate DI- to be located at 4340 You may watch this
NW 7th Ave. paper for opening date.
rector. A complete
pro- The Gardenia
gram of instructed water Mr. Perry is very hope- The present store will y
activities ful that this store will be continue to operate at
skiing including sail.ng canoe-water Circle MeetsThe of great service to this 1100 NW 3rd Ave. f )

ing and swimming will Gardenia Circle met i
be offered. Sgt. Leroy for its last meeting until
Smith of the Dade County the Fall. The meeting was $300 Down $75 Monthly
Police Department will be held at the home of Mrs. -
in attendance a s Safety Pinkie Lowe, NW 3rd Ave.
Director and riflery in.. and 8 St. The President 1959 N.W. 85TH STREETNo sue,':
structor. called the melting to Closing Cost
Registrations are now order, at this time there
beng accepted for boys was a final discussion of
between the age of 8 and all busness. Plans were 3 Bedrooms 2 BathsCBS
15 years. Cookies for sale also made for a party for
to earn a part of the $35.00 the Summer Birthdays. ,
fee are available Fla Room Tile Roof Jrb aw. n a
after re- This party will be givenat 6 Y r
gistration. For more detailed the beautiful home of J.I e.
Air Conditioned Other Extras
information call Mrs. Janie Johnson. r :w
696-0231. After, the meeting we I I
went into our usual soc- ALSO Y
YMCA ActivitiesIt ial hour. Mrs. Willie M.
Dodger left for Germany, $200 Down $52 Monthly
is Summer again and a few days ago. We are

the George Washington happy to see Willie M. ....
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Carver Branch YMCA is having a pleasant time 2020 N.W. 85TH STREETNo '

rolling with activities for and we hope that she will Closing Cost / .
the Summer. return home safe. ,,- .;6 ,,,.
The activities are designed Mrs. Llllle Terrell and : !if{ .
2 Bedroom CBS Real Cute J' t Y. .
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program being High School Janice attended
from home: The you until we meet again. Booker T. Washington
away is scheduled to Mrs Edna Smith Pres. Florida A&M University. While at college Janicewas
program
last all Summer long and Mrs. Helen Ward > oo oo00000000008George Fashion Editor of the campus newspaper the
FAMUAN. Janice graduated in 1965 with a degree in
reporter
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't '" THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 2, 1965 9
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Kappas Honor

NEAR LIBERTY CUT L \iicl!DiVMS' mm atsl I!
Retiring BrotherThe
: Lovely.2 Bedroom ? v

1OCIAL NOTES Miami Alumni 1370 N.W. 87th Street
I Ir 1
Chapter of Kappa Alpha $200 Down -, $58 month OPEN SUNDAY 2-6 COME SEE
Psi with their wives and *
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sweethearts paid tribute You Paint You Save : 58 N.W. 49TH STREET
to an outstanding brother. $8900 Total $75 Month
MR. BOND'S WEEK THAT and a most energetic retiring 8441 N.W. 24th Avenue Beautiful CBS, 2 bedrooms, dining room, carport, ap-
teacher Brother pliances. Feiced.' $400 down, $76.68 month. FHA.
WAS Oscar J. Edwards. It was
in 1931 when Brother Ed- NORTH MIAMI BEACH
1600 N.W. 91ST STREETCBS
This week ma ny Miamians wards came to this area Clean and Lovely I
have invited Mr. Bond Modelsto to begin his work a s a Near Burdlnes & Shops Beauty, 2 bedroom, Florida room, carport. Swimming *
their homes for a private teacher and a leader In $9900 Total $57.06 Montf pool, appliances, washing machine. Sprinkler.All .
consultation and organizing the Miami 1545 N.E. 153rd T.rrace this for
beauty are Alumni Chapter of Kappa only $13,000 FHA. $400 Down.
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now proudly in tune with the I II
Alpha Psi. The Interven-
new fashion make-up and hair I ing WEST HOLLYWOOD 1132 N.W. 81ST STREET
full and
years were
I styles of the month. Have you difficult. With the help of Large 3 bedroom, 2 both Nice CBS, 4 bedroom, large kitchen. Carport. Many

I had one of our Mr. Bond Models ... /i his wife. Silhouette Doro- $10.900 Total- $195 Down :. extras. Only $250 Down. $11,000 total. No closing
visit your home for a thy W. Edwards Assis- No Qualifying
private beauty consultation at no charge? To make tant Principal of Gui- 5420 S.W. 19th Street costs.
i an appointment just call Ml as Allen at 7592482. dance at Northwestern ARE YOU BEING DISPLACED BY XPRESSWAY OR

Senior High, Brother Ed- OWNER 313-3304 URBAN RENEWAL? WE CAN HELP YOU BUY ANY
Susan Allen visited some "old friends of Mr. wards became: a tireless \ FHA
I! Bond." Mrs. McKeever, Mrs. Gladys White, Mrs. Laura and unselfish worker both HOUSE FOR ONLY $100 DOWN.
I Simmons. By the way all these ladies are sporting in the teaching professionand HAVE SOME CASH WE HAVE SOME TERRIFIC
I their second Wig by Mr. Bond. to Kappa Alpha Psi.
KING JOHN'S PARISIAN
i! Two new "friends of Mr. Bond" Mrs. Bozeman The many tributes that
r1! and Mrs. Dorothy Harris both of Opa-locka asked have come to him have ROOM
Model Claudine Allen to come to their homes and help been fully deserved. The SHELL REALTY BROKER
them choose the "right wig." fraternity merely took ODESSA HARRIS
MARY'S IIOUSE OF BEAUTY located at 532 NW time to show their affection JULY 3,4,5
$ 2nd Avenue has been jammed with inquiries about our gratitude and respect 4260 NW 7fh Av* 758-5551
; beautiful wigs. to a faithful brother. .
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$ The Fourth of July has brought Mottle Mae Barnes r' '- c
Mrs. Griffith and Mrs. Mary Marsh into the family of >ooooooooooooooo'o ooooooooooocx
happy wig wearers who will look radiant for the Independence When buy

weekend. you 6811 N.W, 28th Avenue Home FireworksOwner
Joining us, as a Mr. Bond Agent,is the OUTLER-
MOBLEY BEAUTY SALON at 2200 All Baba Avenue your 3 bedroom, modern CBS.
locka. Terrazzo doors, tile roof,
Opa- home Needs Action
modest
Some "new friends of Mr. Bond" with "persona. payment.

lined hairstyles" from the Lavender Salon at 1552 this Z How's Your Stock of Fantastic BuysSEE
NW 54th Street: Mrs. Annie B. Brown Mrs Kelly
Mrs. Hill. Mrs. Richardson. Mrs. Lllia Johnson and seal is + s' Rent Receipts???

Mrs. Albertha Godfrey. Welcome to the Mr. Bond Buy this duplex $9.700 THEN CALL WI S-9B86
Family.We. Live free in 2 bedroom opt.
L Lw know you join us in good wishes for a your srfs Other H sa" costs. 1471 N.W. 81TH TERRACE
Lu speedy recovery to Mrs. Starkey of Coconut Grove. best 51st Street area

Congratulations Mrs. Montgomery on the Mr. Bond o Lovely CBS, 2 large bedroom, Fla. room,
Wig you won at our show at ST. JAMES CHURCH last
assurance
Sunday. Visit our ottice and see oak floors, tile roof appliances, $350 down

Sunday. June 27, we visited with many people: photos of the many attractDyouwon'tpaytoomuch $66
; )ive homes, income propert mo.
Claudine Allen gave a Beauty Social at the home of
Glossie in locka. 2)you won't waste days looking at the |eg and| business locations 7710
Mrs. N.W.
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Vrong" real estate; 3) you'll get ac- available| for
At the auditorium of the Youth Center 13th we have | your
on St. curate facts; 4) you II get skllled, pro
Think CBS
Moods Roz Hill and Joyce Bendrose and eight other fessional advice; 5) you'll see property.every realty need. 2 bedroon, 2 bath, extra corner lot,
ladies modeled for the Beauticians Fashion Show. that fits your needs and budget, 6) of us as your realtor ad huge grounds. $400 down, $66 month
Mrs. Norma Williams, a woman who never won a thing you'll receive help in finding sources visor .
was the happy lady who held the winning number for a of financing As Realtors,we're ready o $9,000 total
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Mr. Bond Wig. Congratulation! to serve you. Call us any time

Models Susan Allen and Alice Jennings visitedthe 1770 NW, 90th Street Not all Brokers are Realtors. 1112 N.W. 152ND ST.RAINBOW( GARDENS)
gorgeous home of Mrs. Bradshaw, and seventeen Deal only with a Realtor
ladies, all members of the Eastern Stars. Mrs. Jane $45<1 down. Central air con.. 3 bedroom, CBS, carport, completely reconditioned -
Jones acted as mistress of ceremonies.Mrs. Bradshaw large lot,ultra modernkitchen'has S FlltCllllREALTOR
and Mrs. Aline topped off the shot with songs and county taxes in and out, $300 down, $59 mo.

Bible readings it was a beautiful day! o

We hope to feature Mrs. Isabelle Braynt in the 178 M, VV, 47th Terr. Licensed Since 1937 Special For X Way PeopleLOW
near future. 75 years young she was dancing on air, I
thrilled when she learned she won our beautiful wig! Lovely 2 bedroom. CBS $350 6016 N.W.1TH AVENUEdown.
FlU $86 month. LOW PRICES
151.151100000000000000t00000000000000
CALLOWAY'S CORNERHello 339 N.W. 39th St. CBS, 2 bedroom

WMBM The lady with the lovely voiceis I r 819 N.W. 77th St. 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
Mrs. Frances Taylor, the only female newscasterin CBS
CONSOLIDATE YOUR DEBTS
this area This week my girls at Youth Hall
were entertained by a female quartette known as the : DIAL NOW FOR MONEY IN I HOUR WI 9-0077 1834 N.W. 88th St. 2 bedroom, CBS,
) "Qivetts", I'm sure they are available l l for future
III bookings- interested call me A.C.Y.F.picnic SMALL PAYMENTS fruit i trees

at Crandon Park was a huge success Alt teen- $ 1,000 ....................$ 20 Month

agers accompanied by their parents meet me in the $ 2,000 ....-..--.........$ 30 Month Owner WI 59886Closing
lobby of the Miami Beach Auditorium Sunday
every Con $10,000 .....................$1 00 Month
night at 7'30 to enjoy Summer Pops Symphonic
certs tickets available at the auditorium RE
LOANS ON VACANT LOTS HOMES OR ACREAGE "
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ORGANIZATION OF TilE WEEK. WE OF MR. I
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I Church Name ALLEN CHAPEL KELLY'S CHAPEL

422 NW 22nd Terr. METHODIST CHURCH
ChosenThe Rev. W. A Curry pastor At the close of the

Congregation of the Services: will begin Sun- Florida Annual Conferenceof Churchin .
New Presbyterian C'lurch day with Sunday Schoolat the Methodist on ,
for All People, located at 9:30: a.m. Supt. Ter- its ninety-fifth year 1965. at t
13
NW 12th Ave and 43rd rance 11111 piesiuing.! The Sunday, June College
E11 ; St., met on June 18, at pastor will give me review Bethune Cookman L. Hubertwas DAY"SPRING BAPTIST
7:30: to make the final decision of the lesson.At Rev. W. ofKelly's
appointed minister Rev. William Slater pastor
Baptist morning
concerning a name. 11 a.m.
The new name, New worship the pastor wilJdellvel' Chapel. Rev. Hu- Naomi Arnica, reporter
Ministers'Council Covenant Presbyterian the message followed bert seeks to pomote all
Church, especially runneth over sure-
the "My
aspects of cup
Church "A Church for by Holy Commun
All People," was chosenon ion. Music by Choir No. 1 the spiritual life. ly every member of Day Springcan
a unanimous vote. The and the Junior Gospel as he constantly empha- say this in referring to
The Council met on Rev. Thomas, Jones, min- Chorus.At sizes the South Florida last Sunday's Youth Day
Wednesday at 11:30: a.m. ister of Westminster the evening worshipthe District motto, "All To-" Observance. We were indeed
at St. Luke Baptist CALVARY M. B. Presbyterian Church herein pastor will again be gether It Can Be Done. proud and over joyed of the
Church, the Rev. Harold Miami, presided at the heard followed by Holy Sunday, Julv 4, Holy way Chairman Elmer Hawkinsand
Brown conducting the devotion Mrs. Christine Wiley of meeting.The Communion. Choir! No. 2 Communion will be ad- Co-chairman Mary'Brown
The Rev. P. W. Mt. Calvary Retains congregation of will render music. ministered. All members along with all other partici-
Williams, expoitor for the crown. this new church will, on Last Sunday morning and friends are Invited to pants followed thur with the
council, then taught a The theme of the An- June 27 at 4:30: p.m. be Rev. Willie Stephenson of worship at Kelly's Chapel task before them. May God's
lesson nualWoman's Day was: members ona Church and renew your vows
very interesting received as St. Paul AME flow the
upon
ever
from First Kings 8:1-9.: "Christian" Women At special role by the Ses- brought a soul stirring durtn the 11:00: a.m. and blessing The youthful
various speakers.
Many visiting ministerswere Work. The morning ser- sion of the Westminster message. 6:00: p.m. worship services. associate
present. Some of vice was highlighted by Presbyterian Church. This The highlight of the Church School convenes Rev. N. Streeter.
them spoke very encour- Mrs. Irene Burns Brown roll will stand until New day was the crowning; of at 9:45: a.m. and Methodist minister of Friendship Bap-
agingly and all were too, who brought an Inspirational Covenant becomes an "Miss Allen Chapel." Mrs. Youth Fellowship at 5:00: tist Church delivered a ser-
warmly received. message, usingas independent church The Virginia Ancrum was mon filled with power at
Rev. J. E. Jenkins. V.P. her topic "Christian members will continue crowned to reign for the' p.m.Last Sunday, a gloriousLove morning service. Holding the
Rev. Harold Women At Work." their Christian work at year 19f) >5 Mrs. Fannie Feast was had by congregation's attention
Barold.P.R.. After much hard work, New Covenant to make it Carter was the runner all in attendance. Rev. throughout the message. He
the women successfullyraised truly a church for all Hubert's sermons Ephe- surpassed many adult minis-
ANTIOCH BAPTIST $3438.72. Last year's people.Dr. up.The pastor's Aid Boardof sians 3:10.: text. "The Courage
queen, Mrs. Christine WI- Lawrence Bottoms, Allen Chapel Is sponsoring to B e the Church" ters.At 3 p.m. the noted Rev.J. .
Rev A. H. Essix pastor ley, retained her crown Board of Church Extension an outing to Vir- during morning worshipand C. Goings of St. Paul Baptist -
3330 NW 213th Terrace as'Queen of Mt. Calvaryby in Atlanta Ga., will ginia Key Beach, Satur- John 10:10: "I am Church of Ft. Myers Fla..
Everyone is cordially raising the highest assume his I position as day. July 3. Buses will have, that they might continued to feed us with the
invited to a Soul Stirring amount of $600. Summer Pastor for this! leave the church on '5th life and that they words of life. After the ser-
Revival conducted by Rev.J. On behalf of the Chair- new church on June 27. Ave. and 22nd St. at 0:30: might have it more abundantly -
delicious was
E. Jenkins, pastor of man and Co-chairman, He has been away for a.m. returning at 5:30: ," during Evening vice a repast
Friendship Baptist Churchin we extend a special three weeks attending p.m Refreshments will worship was most Inspirational -, served. Sixteen-year-old El-
Miami. Preachng July thanks to each and every- various church meetings.The be served. Friends are Invited and challeng-. der L. Ferguson associatedwith
12 thru 16. Services begin one who took part in our most obvious wit- to go with us. in ft. the Church of God of
nightly at 7 o'clock. Woman's Day Observance. ness to the, power of Tuesday June 29, the Prophecy, Rev. Mims pastor
Come one. come all and May the Lord bless eachof Jesus is the existence of TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. first official board meet- stood on the wall of zion at
hear this powerful dynamic you.NEW the church. We extend a Ing for' this Conference 7 p.m. service pleading withtoday's
preacher. warm welcome to all L. A. Thompson Year was held at 8:00: p.m. youth to "stand and
jul 9 others interested in the pastor All members who were speak for Christ."
HOPE BAPTISTRev. fellowship and work of The Rev. Wm. Taylorof not In attendance should Rev. William Slater wishesto

W. E. Sims pastorA. Christ. Chicago who is visit- plan to hear follow up thank all friends and visi-
ST.* JAMES AME L. Stephens. reporter ing relatives here, will be announcements on Sun- tors who worshipped with us
the preacher at the 11 action taken the
SALTER'S day of by
The Sunday School and CHAPELIt on Youth Day.
Rev. J. Blacknell, pastor a.m. service Sunday. The Board.
Bert Cooper, reporterThe B.T.U. Convention will was Youth Day at Rev. Taylor is a man of Thought for the week
members are jubi- convene with us beginningwith Salters Chapel Sunday. vast experience, having "Charity is a virtue of
lant and highly expectant the local program. Sunday was Crusaders spent 35 years as a mis- the heart, and not of the New PhiladelphiaRev.
about their impendingmove Wednesday night, July 7 Day at Salter's Chapel. sionary in Africa. He left Addison.
at 8:00: continuing W/ H
p.m. Washington
Into their "New The Rev. Sister Margaret the Bahamas more than
Church.. All types of through Sunday, July 11. Johnson brought the- 50 years ago and has lived MT. ZION A.M.E. pastor
sales, rallies and numer- An invitation is extendedto message for the morning.The in New York and Chi Opa-Locka, Fla. The Rev. Charles L.
each and .
ous money raising pro- everyone.The subject was. "Whatis cago. Rev., M. Fayson, pastorOn Stokes from Augusta, Ga..
jects are on the docket. Young Women Man?" A sermon which The social committee last Sunday \\ visiting minister and
The Pulpit Aid Board, Auxiliary will"sponsor "A everyone enjoyed. for Men's Day will spon- were happy to have our friend of the pastor
for one is having a "wing Baby Contest July 16that Salter's Chapel rendered sor a musical program at pastor deliver the morning preached last Sunday.
-
ding of a party at the 8.00: p.m.. Lorenzo Leeand services at NPW Bethel, 3:30: p.m. Sunday. All are message. Having been After the moving ser-
home of Mr. and Mrs. Erma Jean Dolly are in Goulds.-Rev.: Holmes is invited. ill for ithe few mon Mr. and Mrs. James
past
Don Smith, 1360 NW 69th the contestants.Plan the pastor. Everything is taking months, and 'having Hurst joined the churchon
St. on Friday night beginning to attend church The Missionary Depart- shape for Men's Day. In through a successful gone Christian experience.We .
at 8 o'clock. If through out the day this ment says thanks to each an after-service-meeting operation very we were all were happy to have
it's fun you ant be sure Sunday. Communion Ser- and everyone of you who on Sunday, the women glad to had Rev.and Mrs. Stokesas
acknowledge the
and be there! vice will begin at 7:00: responded so wonderfully pledged to back the men fact that God has special guests of the
This and many other p.m. Continue in prayerfor in donation of food for the "all the way." ChairmanEd. :him the strength to given pastor during the World
events are in the offing the sick and shutinsST. conference branch Mis- Thompson and Cochairman ry on his duties. Rev.car A. Baptist! Congress Visitingalso
Be sure and attend all of sionary meeting Saturday Dea. R. Hep- Smith was in charge duning were Mr. and Mrs.
them, If possible.All BARNABAS W.M. The meeting was a very burn and their captains, his absence and dida Jones of Albany Ga. and
pledges for win- important one with Mrs.T. want this to be the wonderful Mr. and Mrs. Davis also
dows, rooms, etc. are Rev. E. A. Culmer. pastor C. Kelly in charge. The greatest and are asking job. of Albany. The Rev.
asked to be reported as Rowena Richardson next meeting will be held members and friends to Choir No. 2 and, usher Singletary from Farral),
soon as possible. Time is reporter in W. P. Beach. Don't help make it so. board No. 1 :held} their 9th'anniversary'on Pa.. read the morning
drawing nigh. Time is Last Sunday morning. forget the party for the Get-well wishes go to last Sun- scripture lesson.
running out! The monthly Rev. Culmer was In Steward Board Nos. 1, 2 all the sick, especially day, They_thanked every- After church servicesthe
payments on the bank charge of the service, Our and 3 July 9 at the homeof Brothers Joshua Carey one who helped in, any- guests were invited
loan begins shortly, so assistant pastor read the Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph, and Alexander Poltler way to make It a success. over to the parsonage for
you can see why these! lesson and preached a 24th Place and 52nd St. who are at Jackson Me- Sunday night Bro. Wil- dinner which the ladiesof
and other monies are bad- touching sermon. Everyone The Usher Board had a morial' Hospital. lie Young the president of the church served.
ly needed. was spiritually bles- party at the home of Deepest. sympathy to Choir No. 1 preached his Stopping in was the pas-
The corner stone laying Mrs. Dora Seabrook with Mrs. R.' Jackson whose trial sermon from the tor of the Greater Liberty
will be held on July 18. sed.Mrs.. Sophie Dawkins much success. grand daughter died last subject "Power of Praver. Baptist Church of Birmingham -
The sermon will be delivered asked every woman of Our pastor returned week and to Ed. Thompson He delivered a wonderful Ala. and threeof
at the Community the church to please start from the Bishop Council whose brother was message and manv mem- his members. We were
Center, but the ceremonywill working towards Woman's stating that many Inter- burled Saturday.: bers and friends were In thrilled to have this Influx -
be held at the site of service to hear him and of members
Day. We all thank God to esting things were done from
the new church that af- have our pastor feeling for the Improvement of MT. TABORRev. to wish him well We nre other places and states to
ternoon. well again and ,back the church. Mrs. Clara l P. S. Brown, pastor praying: for his! !pur-cess. visit our church.
Hats off to Mrs.
working for the Lord. Underwood I Is In Cedarsof Dessle Crockett reporter"I Attend our services Sunday afternoon between -
Blacknell in and the her Calendar June Don't forget to pray for Lei/anon Hospital. was in the spirit on Sunday,. you are welcomeat 4 til 6, the church
group our sick and all bereaved Love Feast- Friday the Lord's day" subject all times! will sponsor a Fourth of
Rally. They reported a families everywhere. The night. Visitors.:; are always chosen by Rev. Bell of July Tea on the outsideof
sum of $1.089.81.Mrs. .
Sarah and public Is always welcome welcome at Salters Chapel. Kentucky who was the NEW MACEDONIA, the church in the rec-
Mobley ',o with 3165 NW 56th reation All
her Julyites and Augustites worship us. guest speaker for o u r Street area. people
-
Rev. Roscoe living In the area and
will be next. They morning sermon. The Rev. Jackson,
METROPOLITAN Neal of Rainhrldge Ga. On last Sunday elsewhere are Invited to
are starting off with a our own
cup cake sale on Sun- BETHLEHEMRev. Rev. .1. .1 \Wlliani, pastor chose the subject "Your Rev. Green brought the attend.
Oscar West, pastorM. M- nanncl'lnan.'E'porter\ Church and You." Rev. message. His text was
day.The Pastor and Mrs. T. Hopkins, reporterA On last Sunday afternoon Nea1Va!'; our evening taken from Genesis 19:26.: ZION HOPE M. B.
Blacknell announce the huge success was )Deborah l Chapter 44 speaker; both sermons! "The Frozen Face"
wedding of their dauehter. scored during our State Order of L'dstc-rn Stars were soul stirring= and up- On Wednesday night Rev. Paul Freeman pastor
Breacye, to C. B. Ewingof Rally. The captain reporting and International A and lifting.To July 7, Rev. A. A. Mc- Elizabeth Jackson,
Nashville, Tenn., at St. the 1 a rgest AM Masons held their our new members Craney and congregation reporter
Paul AME Church on amount was Deacon Q. anniversary service. Our friends may you find i of Mt Aaron M. B. Church Zion Hope Church service -
Sunday, July f 9 at 6 p.m. Williams for the State of pastor delivered the ser- continuous power and will render services in was spiritually high
All members and friendsof Florida, reported $24-1. mon. The service was strength for the llvlne of behalf of the anniversary. all day last Sunday. Our
the family are invited Special thanks to Deacon very well attended. these r'ava. Tn our visitors 1- Bro. L. Simmons sponsor. pastor preached out of
to both the ceremony and Newberry, Deacon De- Sunday evening Usher you are always welcome Thursday July 8 the his soul and Rev. Andrew
reception immediately laughter and Deacon Johnson Board 1 and 2 presentedthe to worship at Mt. anniversary will begin Jackson preached Sunday
following at the Black- in their efforts. The play "Heaven And Taber. with a musical program nl ht.
; nells' Coconut Grove total raised for the state Hell Bound.) The play Pray for the sick and featuring various choirsof The pastor i f.q urging
Home. rally $714.61 was very well attendedand shut-ln: and the rtereaved the city. all members to please
Our members and I'm sure that every- families. Sister Anna .Friday night Rev. C. attend all their weekly
friends witness the ordi- one enjoyed the wonderful Ne'hitt. 1201 NW 70th St. H. Smith and congregation meetings AH visitors are
NEW SHILOHRev. nation of our pastor, Rev. performances those is 11. of Jordan Grove M. ahvnvs welcome.
Oscar West at New Mt. who participated. We are What I is your church? Is.t B. Church will he In Tho No 1 Usher Board
A. M. Griffin pastor Morlah. The sermon was looking forward to a return a fellowship of haptJ charge. will bo sellintr dinners
Eugene Jones, reporter delivered by Rev. Wise. In the near future. en Christian believers Sunday Rev. D. A. and bnihonio from 11 n.m.
Those present were spi- We are expecting to of Jesus Christ, but Imperfect Bradley, pastor of Mt. tint! Rntnrclnv: nt the
: Both choirs i and usher ritually blessed. Members have a very glorious first ? Carmel will close out the church. !r.12f NW 17th
. boards will serve on Sunday. don't forget Church Sunday service. If you are To find the answer to anniversary. Ave.

,. You are always welcome at Conference Friday nightat in need of a church ,home these and many other .
New Shiloh. 8 o'clock.' Please he why not Join in with us. questions attend and sun- -
on
I Don't forget to visit the time. Attend church SUn- You arc always welcome port your church: spiritually Deacon W. L. Light- TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
sick and shut-ins. day. at Metropolitan. the morally and finan- burn Beard president; Willie J. CHURCH SUNDAY
Friendly Church. cially. secretary.




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THE MIAMI. TIMES. Friday.. July. 2. 1965 11
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Georgia Tops South With 10 Negro LawmakersllantaNPIThe r i

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elect- Muscogee County's Atty. County (Atlanta) Negroes from ,
bond
Hamilton 137; Julian
3f seven Negroes from Albert W. Thompson Democrat gaining still another strong 136; Benjamin D. Brown .Atlanta t MONDAY, JULY 5th t tI
County to the Georgiaof Columbus Ga. Not since voice in the House. NAACP executive director Everyday Is a Holiday
Representatives In 1907 have Negroes served in Defeated as a result of th e 135; Atty. William H. REDUCELose I All kinds of music, every ,
i e cia 1 reapportionment the lower chamber. The eight alleged partisan squabblewas Alexander 133; and the Rev.J. dayEverybody
on last week boostedtal also constitute the largest the Rev. Holmes T. D. Grier 132.All are Democrats up to 6 pounds I welcome. I I
Negro representationstate number since 33 served in the Borders, staunch civil rights except Brown. WEEKLY 1 p.m. until?
I
legislature to 10, 1868 Reconstruction session. supporters and one of Atlanta'smost The other two Negroes FOUNTAINBLEAU PATIOFormerly ,
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since Re- 1545 S. W. 1st Street
number
highest respected citizens. He
the House were
elected to
[ruction Days. It also Georgia also has two Ne- ran at-large under the Re- John Hood and Atty. J.C. FR 3-2748 ( Shoddle's Place)'
>ed Georgia above all gro senators, Leroy Johnsonand publican banner, but was defeated Daugherty representing the 6804 N.W. 15th Avenue
"Deep South" states in Horace T. Ward. by a white opponent. 124th and 134th districts res- DR. LONG'S CLINIC MUSIC BY NATURE BOY |
rea of legislative repre- Partisan bickering among Elected to the house were pe ctively.Both are Democrats. AND HIS
time Negro politicians split the several staunch civil rights tttffff M I* L FRIENDS! )
e other Negro to win votes in predominantly Negro advocates. They were, with
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday July 2, 1965
.j. MRS. MAUD STRONG
1 IN MEMORIAMIn RANGEMrs. of 1458 NW 6th Place

of our mother Bernice Virginia Williams died June 24. She Is sur-
t CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I memory of 2275 N. W. 42nd vived by her uncle Carl
St. died June 23. She Is Matthew Lawrence. Ser-

f ;.. survived by two sons, Joe vices are* Incomplete.* '*
,; Gilbert four
and Willie
t .
. Esther George MRS. VIRGINIA B.
sisters. ,
J. IN MEMORIAM IK MEMORIAM MEMORIAM :... J. L. Williams Rose Alex- WHITE of 6612 NW ISth
1 -- -"" '" "* Ave died June 29. She
??
., ander and Thelma Burke;
.
In sad but loving
In loving of memoryof
It dear one memory our our daughter \ three brothers. Willie C., had lived In Miami for
tPrlnce and Frank Bell; 46 years. Survivors are
t
', !P u'' 'Yx
I .lf
s TIi her
1 husband
# Samuel
f four grandchildren and ; a
: other relatives and daughter Theodora Cooner -
'
: friends. Services were two sons Samuel Jr
..
\
? held Wednesday at Mt and Georpre C. White; ten

'! h ; O' tp1 4 NtR Zion Baptist Church. grand children; two

.i r'k111 ; : !( i;;.....". ., i. CHRIST E N. DORSEY PFC. Roscoe Ford. of U.s. Pearl and Louise White.
1 ". .,' .,,. Corps. passed Service Saturday.
: Marine
,>i":4\: \ i::(i"i; who passed away July 3, *
'f} away June 26 a t Camp
.
t J : .. The 960.loved one that she left Pendleton Is survived California.by his wife He 'PINGT MRS.ETON ELIZABETH of 1248 NW

4'',, t.: ... May behind not appear to sight. Mrs. Devon Ford his 69th 25. Survivors St. passed are away her June
mother Mrs. Ellen Ford;
Et
k ss Yet she must know some way, Rev. Cam Ford: brother. Eddie Dawson; a
.
..... Some how, we think of her father brothers Wllford and sister Mrs. Katl Dorsey;
., ; each day. two !step sister. Muffle Lee
rw'i Jr Cynthia
: .. .. &i .--.--.-.-.. .- We might not hear we mightnot Cam Jackson Ford.and ;Joyce E. Klner: step brother Hem-
J. h" ingway
< ; ALFONZA JACKSONBorn see Mrs. ; two cousins
'J'- ) ; i.1;..,,,,, ; Ford; grandmother Clarence and
yesterday.Yet
,'""' ".'_: : June 24, 1916 Her just as .Tanle D. Ford. Servicesare Dorothy
,
Died: APril 14, 1965 still she seems to be at Evans and Elsie Mae

i ,: J'1*{; We loved you Fats but hand Incomplete.* a Lawrence.beheld Services will
To cheer our tears away. Saturday 2pm.
God loved you best. May your
Willie James Moore of at Ehenezer
I soul rest in peace. This dear one lives not here Methodist
3209 NW 50th St. passed Church.
Yvonne Jackson wife 'tis true away at his home June 28. *
Mrs.
LEWIS WILKERSONwho ELVA MAE ROLLE Bartholomew Johnson son But if we skyward gaze He Is survived by Collis Kim Renarri Black. 6-

departed July 4, 1963. who departed this life July We'll find up there a bright Moore two daughters De- year-old daughter of Mr.

Many a heart no longer here, 3, 1961. star shines loris and Barbara Jean and Mrs. Charlie Black.
Ah! was all too only dear; Gone but not forgotten. CARD OF THANKSThe And know joy fills her days. Moore: three sons Al 1- Other relative and four

YettO! love,'tis thou dost call May she rest in peace and light ton. W. C. and J. B.; three !sisters and brothers. Ser-
family of the late The Family
shine her. sisters. Mattie Bell. Ber- vices are incomplete.
Thou wilt be our all In all. perpetual upon .
tIL: dale Cooper and Myrtle
Albertha Wilkerson, wife Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. IN MEMORIAM Jackson: : a hrother. MI-

Lewis Jr. and Cyril, Sons Rolle Parents ',.;'jtl.. chael Lee. Moore and ALBERT. ,
.
,
Diana Francis, Sister In sad but loving memoryof other relatives. Services
'
,. Hi Una Kemp; Sister :: our father brother and Saturday In the chapel. GREEN MRS. ROSA LEE
& Colonel Wilkerson 11220 Quail
George grandfather
CARD OF THANKSWe Roost Drive Perrlne died
,. Brothers s r CHARLIE ANDERSON June 25. She will be In
IN MEMORIAM the family of the late of 1453:' NW 1st Court repose In the Coconut

ALPHAEUS FRANK SMITH >j Ff RJEFF J passed away June 22. He Grove Chapel Friday at 5
Ab
In loving memory of our S y x is survived by a son C. T. p.m until funeral time
husb and and father wish to thank the many friendsand Harvey: a sIster.' Mrs. Co- Saturday at 1 p.m. from
neighbors for cards and rlne Ruffln and other the Mt. Morlah Baptist

condolences. relatives Including Joe Church. Survivors are
Thanks to the Rev. N. F. Barden. Services held on two sons James and
w.I Clark and Rev. H. Brown of Wednesday In the chapel.IN Harvey a step daughter.

St. Matthews Baptist Church Mrs. Llllle Bailey, 11
and members. f< grandchildren.

h- Mrs. Alsaida Smith r MEMORIAMIn
I And Children ROBERT ROBINSONwho Mrs. Arle Breedlove

: departed this life June sad but loving memoryof 505 NW 9th St. Apt. 8.
k 11, 1965 wish to thank all died June 28. Survivorsare
husband and our
their many friends and neigh my dear mother Mrs. Alma
CARD OF THANKSThe bors for their kindness and father McCloud. three children.

visitations during the illness Bennie Leo Gaines Bren-
family of the late and for their condolences, da Gail Stephen Elaine.
BRIDGESwho
Arrangements are incom-
t M totals and telegrams
during
---- their hour of bereavement. died on July 1, 1959. plete at this time.

CHARLES ISOM Special thanks to Rev. LesterC. For God has marked each sorrowing IN MEMORIAMIn

who departed this life June Albert and his staff for their day
12. 1964. service which was gratefully And numbered every secret loving memory of my

"We cannot say and we will appreciate May God bless tear wife.

\ not say each of you. Aid heaven's long age of :. II"! ,. I.. """ ""
That he is dead he is just bliss shall pay
away. + Mrs. Camille Robinson, For all his children suffer F
;
With a cheery smile and a wife here. _
wave of the hand t Mrs. Clidy Mae Ford Mrs. Inez K. Williams .
t, He has slipped into a happy 5 sister daughterMrs.

,': land." Mrs. Irene Martin sister Eula M. Williams,
James Robinson brother
sister
w Sadly missed by:
Willie Lewis, brother Mrs. June Bruce,
: Mildred Isom.Wife Elsie Rena, Martha and granddaughter ,
j'' And Children Dollie Mae, nieces Theresa, Anthony Gene i

; IN MEMORIAM Willie James and Jacob Timmy, great grandchildrenWalter .,, zh y,y+M :1
nephews and Clifford Bridges r

,, : In loving memory of our MARTHA ELIZA KELLY brothers', .. PI.
dear father, the late CARD OF THANKSThe ....,'
wish to thank the friends and
family of the late JAMES WILLIAM BETHEL
JAMES A. BUTLER neighbors for the many acts of
kindness extended us duringour SOPHIA L. GRIFFIN IN MEMORIAMIn who departed this life July
who departed this life July bereavement. 5, 1952.
5, 1954. thanks Mrs. wishes to thank the many of dear
Special to memory our We loved you but God
Gone, but not forgotten. friends and neighbors for their MRS. LILLIE MAE E. SIDNEY
Range the pastors and congregations mother and grandmother loved you best.
May your soul rest in peace. of the following kindness shown during their who died July 5, 1963. Gone
churches Macedonia Baptist bereavement. Thanks to Rev. BERTHA ELVIRA DAMES Mrs. Eva A. Bethel, Wife but not forgotten. You will
Children and Grandchildren Ebenezer Methodist and New L. A. Thompson and the Rich- who departed this life July Mrs. Leola Cambridge Mrs. always be in my heart.

Hope Baptist. ardson Funerailiome. 3, 1960. Beatrice V. Miles and Mrs. "Asleep in Jesus blessed

Paulette Gibson, mother May she rest in peace and Marie Y. Richardson, Daughters sleep; until we meet on that
CARD OF THANKSWe The Kelly Family Roberta Jackson, light perpetual shine upon her. celestial shore.
Eustace A. Bethel and
the family of the late grandmotherAnd Lena A. Heastie
----- James Bethel, Sons Harry L. Sidney,
WILLIAM L. CAREY SR. Family And Family And Grandchildren Husband and Family
CARD OF THANKSThe
who the ----
passed to Great Beyond ----
CARD OF THANKSThe
on June 9, 1965, and family of the late
laid to rest on June 12, wish family of the late IN MEMORIAMIn
to express our sincere thanks DAVID LOUIS SALTERSwho MARY FLOSSIE JOHNSON EVERGREEN MEMORIAL PARK, Special Notice for

and appreciation to all our departed this life Sunday memory of Regular Sunday Visitors, effective only for THIS

friends for all deeds of kindness June 13, 1965. wish to take wish to express thanks to the CARROL SYMONETTEwho Sunday, Independence Day, July 4.
rendered during our hoursof this method of thanking all many friends and neighborswho
bereavement, to those who their many friends for their remembered us during our departed this life June Instead of being open on Sunday, which is our usual

sent floral arrangements kindness of visitations, cardsof hours of bereavement. Due to 29, 1960. practice, THIS Sunday will be the start of a two-day

cards of sympathy, letters, condolences, floral sprays the numerous cards telegramsand Earth to earth dust to dust employees holiday (July 4 & 5)). The gates will be

telegrams and donated cars. and telegrams, during their floral pieces, space would Calmly now the words we say closed both days, with no burials, July 5 only the
Especially do we wish to hour of bereavement.A not permit us to publish each left behindWe ,
thank the following local morticians special thanks to Rev. J. name and thank you in person wait in trust usual police patrol on duty.
Athalie but please accept our sin- For the resurrection day.
Mrs
: Range, W. Stephenson for such a H. E. Walthcr Sopf.Evrgr .
Mr. Milton Hall and Mr. Anthony strengthening eulogy also cerest thanks. .
Mrs. Millis SymonetteAnd *n Cemetery
Ferguson of Range the officers and members of The Johnson and Howard FamilyIN 3065 N.W. 41st Street T.I. NE 48242Uiurnltt f
and
Funeral Home; Mr. William Antioch Baptist Church Families
Manker of Man k e r Funeral the dear friends who servedas

Home; Mrs. Artie Richardson i pallbearers. Thanks to the
of Richardson Funeral Home; entire staff of the House of THANK YOU MEMORIAMIn
Mr. Victor J. Bain of Bain's Albert Funeral Home and all

Funeral Home; and Mr. Mat- who shared in anyway our sor Mrs. Irene Pinder of 1606 sad, but loving .*mortal 'ark .
who memoryof
hew II. Rahmings and staff of rows. N.W. 58th Terrace was
our dear one, the late HAS Prelsteraeit'
M.H.Rahmings Funeral Home confined to Christian Hospital pUtt of 8 |rov spaces 'r less
We also extend special From the: wishes to thank her many 11I0MASSAUNDERSwho ,ALSO l Usieditte. s(sale grave site .iatenwtSoxes

thanks to'our priest. Rev. and friends and lodge members for departed this life June and vaults oermitttd
Gray
Salters. Pierce.
Donald Anthony and :membersof Trumpler Families. kindness shown. Also to Rev. 28, 1964. W. ere set Ml .aJ we ere Jtilldftlao.' ...1....
Rev. and Mrs.
'' Stuart Savoy
St. Peters American Catholic Manv. many thanks. Kathleen Moss from Coconut Dear God.may his soul rest Open id' J.ys I week t. serve yo
Church.We in peace arid light perpetual. Gates open. 7 days for your convenience '
pray that God will bless tllIIIII, ,#,, #il"14 i Grove.
thanks Mr. and shine upon him. mNT\ ( 41111
Special to STREET
and sustain.all 1 of you.. TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO. NE 4U1
CHURCH SUHDAY Mrs. Richard Lowe where she Mildred Saunders Wife E. J........, H...." M.*. Placer OX 19199

The. 'Carey. Family. #I" " "I" is now residing And a host of relatives .

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FOR RENT FOR SALE <<
FOR RENT ..
CLASSIFIEDFDR" ( ;I : :-1' .. ; [ :. Price NICE$12 ROOM for man. NICE, CLEAN rooms HELP WANTEDCAB CDS 7-room house most I',
,
per week, DRIVERS. Apply at
phone
: : fence hot and cold water he sold quickly. $109 dn.
: ; ,. : C34-84f)5.!) 5710 NW 19 Av. weekly. ;Phone Society Cab Office 269 N.W.
$8 to $10 1831 NW 49 St Also a ;riot
634-3177. Kitchen privilege 21st Street. Indf .
1-B---EDROOM on 59 St.OOOOOOOOOQ0OOOOOOOO 4
-- DUPLEX 1817 NW 5 Ct.
SALE FOR SALERICHMOND
APT. Near NW 17 Ave. ,
I LIKE NEW CBS. Front porch, HEIGHTS on 48 St., phone 633-3840. I
lane fenced yard, freshly 13920 Van Buren St. Spa- FURNISHED APT. with 1 J
painted, refinished floor, tHe cious 3-bedrooms one 7-RO OM CBS| APT. 4712 yard and fLif. .st ; .511
roof. Price is $10,000 $300 bath CBS with built in NW 16 Ave. Near bus. able call OX 1 2426eason s B

down and $62 month. Key at oven and range, hard- shopping and school. No Y'
Realty. Broker. 4932 N.W.IT'S children. $22.50 week. !
Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Inooexcellent condition On NEW, CLEAN, cool quiet.
1 Sunday. bank mortgage finance. BEER AND WINE BAR like new 4-room furn. or g OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY COME SEE
------ $600 down $69 month, and restaurant 1548 NW unfurn. duplex. Have up-
I *o QUALIFYING I Fully plus escrow, total price 62 St. Equipped. 696-5485. per and lower. Large: (1536 N.W.
furnished cottage. $250 $12,000. Open Sunday 2 to yard and trees. Couple 45TH STREET .
down and\ move right= in! 6 p.m. Percy L. Johnson BRAND NEW. $495 DOWN only No pets. S20 week. '
2 bedroom CBS fresh
Modern furniture and npplianre Rg. Broker, ph. 927-2977 3-bedrooms and 2 bath. Drive by 4113 NW 2.1: Ave. ,carport, paint, ipotl....
:<. Freshly ,painted Hollywood, or YU 3-7694" Lots of luxury features. then call CA 1-2,2)5.;; ; Price is $9,500. $300 down and $59 north.
\'el'pl'eay.; Keys nt if no answer call collect. This deal is hard to believe
life Realty. BrokerWO but true inspect and 275 N.W. 46TH STREET ,
NW 7 Ave. PI. 9-4371. HEART OFMANOR see for yourself. ROOM in quiet neighbor
901 ; Florida room, new roof, large yard. S
Sunday NW
Open evening! and PARK CBS 2-bedroom 55th Street hood.) Preferable middle-
carport, appliances fresh- 877 NW 73rd Street aged man or lady. Kitchen No qualifying, $300 down. Take over FHA. J
ly painted inside and 7725 NW 14th Ave. privileges. OX 1-2727. \
CORNER BEAUTY -- out. 615 NW 69th! 1855 N.W 4STH STREET
A Price is $9,500 $300 down Street 5G01 NW 15 Ave.
swimming pool. 3- Call JE
Plus 1-6902. Wynne.A .
doublelot and $59 month. Keys at 2 bedroom CBS fruit
bedroom CBS on 1 separate garage, trees.
36 St. and 17 A\e. Life Realty, Broker, 4932 BKA.ND l NEW luxurious FURN. 1-bedroom apt. A
near bargain at $8,500, $300 down, FHA terns.
shopping center. NW 7 Ave., PL 9-4371. home that has all of the working couple. near
Near
school buses. FHA only Open evenings and Sun- features the Better buyer Grandway and buses. 1225
NW 56 St.3BEDROOM. 8220 N.W. NTH PLACE
days. is
$500 down payment. Sel- looking for with a new I<

ler be painted pays closing in and costs.out. Call To LOVELY HOME. Best location kind only! of$102.81 deal. per 1 mortgage month. HOUSE. Like new CBS, Florida room, (jalousied windows.

for appointment. Fenster on NW 46 St. CBS Inspect this beauty Sun. Small family or adults. Bargain i at $9,800 $250 down and $62 Month. '
Realty, Broker PL 9-8779. 2-tfcdrooms separate 1-5 p.m. at 575 NW 47th Next to Colored church.
garage, front porch fruit Terr. JE 1-6902. The $60 monthly. 345 ''NW 24 1921 N.W. 83RD TERRACENo
LARGE 3BEDROOMVery trees appliances. A big price is lower than you St. 635-7213.
large rooms, CBS. bargain at $8.i)()(). $300 will guess. qualifying, $61 month pays all. Move right in! :
beautiful street, large down and only $G9 month15 HELP WANTED Front porch, carport, spotless, take over FHA. I
lot FHA terms. Total year FHA mortgage. ROOM in a private home MAL E or FEMALE.
$13,000, only $350 down, Life Realty, Broker 4932 for a nice lady. 1473 NW Musicians, waitresses. Experience j
$89 month pays all. Ideal NW 7 Ave., PL 9-4371. 70 St. 091-0425. not necessary 1142 N.W. 85TH STREET
A. Ben- Open Over 18 years old. Steady J 1
for large family. Sunday. Fully .furnished ,
Kori, Realtor, call any- ROOMS. Hot and c o'I 1 d Jott f for ,summer season. cottage, freshly painted, spotless.
time 751-2243. NO QUALIFYING 2- water. 691-703-1, 0705 NW Contact manager of Sugar No qualifying $250 down. Move right in.
26 Ave. Shack. Key West, Fla..
i. bedropm home near NW Call morning or
1800 Street :\ 2' Ave. evening. phone CY 6-9147 after 9p.m.
NW 85th and 46 St. Fla. JulSl WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES
Open 'Sunday 3-5.: Total room carpoit large )'aJ'd. nltely.

$9,500 Only $300 down just pay $300 down and NICE. CLEAN ROOMS. '!I' _____, _.__'.,.......-' .._A................
and $89 month' pays all. take over FHA payments fence, hot and cold water COME GO TO NEW ;;
Two-car garage 2-bed- -14 yrs. and you're paid $8 and $10 weekly, phone YORK
!I
rooms dining room Fla. off. Life Realty, Broker, G3'-31i7. Kitchen privi- 2 YOUNG MEN wantedto Ras ltYl7j'r:
room, 3 air conditioners, 4932 NW 7 Ave. Open lege. 1817 NW 5 Ct. share expenses to.' LIY6 ,.
Sundays. New York. (Reference) o
utility room perfect condition -
spotless and so SPACIOUS furn. 1 Br. Leaving July 9 or 10. OX
nice. corner lot. FHA LIKE NEW CHS-Fresh- apt ."1 St. near Miami i i 1-15tG or 757-2767. Ask 932 NW 7th Av*. PL 94371Open

terms. A. Ben-Kori realtor ly painted inside andout. Ave. Gill 758-8950. for Mr. Morris. 7 Days Per Week Evenings Tool 0ooooooooooooooooooo
call anytime 751-2243 Our hest bargain at..
$7.000. $250 down and 00000000003oooo
5745 NW 5th Ave. only $13.7! month, FHA
Drive by see this beau- Near school, bus, shop- STOP! LOOK! oooooooooooooooooooooooooo
tiful 2-bedroom beauty, ping. Don't miss this.

large living corner room lot and, spacious Florida Keys, m-2 at! : Life NW Realty 7 Ave.Broker PL- $100 down. $60 month, CBS, 3-( bedrooms. Finest Selections in Miami

room, bed rooms very 9-1371.: Open Sunday and Like New. Anywhere I in Dade City.
LOVELY HOMES OPEN
large. FHA $12,000 only evenings.NO -
$330 down. call anytimeA. AND NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ

Ben-Kori. Realtor QUALIFYING Like 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, CBS, $250 down. Terms Less Than Rent
751-2243. new 3-1.'drooni: CBS in
Liberty City. Largo fenced $54 month 1 mortgage
NO QUALIFYING YZ1I'<1. Only SHOD: ) down, 2323 N.W. 85TH STREETI
Total $5.500, only $500 and move rlci'it' in. This KING REALTY, INC. (I lust look expensive. To see me is to buy me.)
down and $70 month pays house is less than five 8000 N.W.1TH AVE. PL 1-9108
all, CBS awnings, stove years old.( Life Realty, I am a brand new beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath with
refrigerator very clean Broker. 41)32: N\V 7 Ave. family room and garage. 1 block from school, 1 block
3-bedroom, this is a PI.I:3il.! : Open c\cn- from busses and 4 blocks from North side Shopping
bargain don't mls-t this. injjs and! Sundays.!
---- Center
Ideal for couple or aliachelor.
A. Ben-Kori, 3-IIE1)R00M. 1 luith.CHS .
Realtor call $1 UGO, $!)()0 down. 8020 N.W. 21ST AVENUE
anytime
751-2243. $100 per month pays EDISON 1 0 Specials Beautiful CBS 3 bedroom, two bath, oak floors, tile
pilncipal interest, t a x, i
roof and
carport. $450 down. $85 month.
insurance. waste.
Buy
1710 NW 91st Street
$15.000 total custom this fenced-in large cor- ( --- 0 --
built house 3-bedroom, 2 ner. Tile roof, awning. : OPEN SUNDAY AFTER 3 P.M. )
bath CBS beauty large carport hardwood floors 10 N.W.47TH TERRACE

Fla. room. This is a spec- sprinkler, fruit trees no 45 N.W. 43TO STREET Large 2 bedroom, 2 bath, plus Fla room. Only 2

people ial built who for are professional looking closing, NW costs 89 St.no area.qualifying By- : Lovely CBS' home on nice lot. $300 down, FHA. : years old. By appointment only. ,

for the perfect home Owner. 696-1657. $12,800 total. Garage,. full dining room, Fla room, I -0--- :
$5,000 cash down and : fireplace. :
$79 month all. It isa BY OWNKIt: CBS 3-bed- 8431 N.W. 22ND PLACE ;

beauty. pays A. Ben-Kori. room. 2 bath located on : 1030 N.W. 5TH PLACE : Lovely CBS, 2 bedrooms, oak floors, and tile roof. '

751-2243.Realtor call anytime busy zoned NW C-4 17 business.Ave. at 4709.Will I Lovely CBS Duplex, 2 bedrooms each side, tile baths, I $12,900 total price. ,

show by appointmentPh. : $300 down. FHA No closing cost. Excellent locat- : ) --0--_

885-3805. ion. Almost new. c 8407 N.W. 22ND PLACE ;

SHADOWLAWN Total 10700. only AREA$350 SO>> KT. FRONTAGE on : 3 BEDROOMS BEAUTIFUL CBS HOME : Like new, CBS, 2 bedrooms, oak floors, tile roof and

CQS down. full Large dining 2-bedroom room, NW 14 Aves.51 St. Zoned between commercial 13 and- : 100 ft. lot, tile roof, awnings, $300 down. FHA. Total! built-in kitchen. $400 down, $69 month. FHA terms.

Fla. room, carporte very low price, cash or I $13,000. Open all day Saturday and Sunday. --- 0 --
quiet residential area, terms. UN 6-6506. I ---0---
1391 N.W. 52ND
STREET
hardwood floors, all I
rooms very large. A. Ben- DANISH COUCH, foam I II Drive By The Following, Then See Ed bon: Gorgeous CBS, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, on fenced
corner
Kori.
time ,751-2243.Realtor, call any- rubber in chair two $10.holsters.$11i Both I 1 35 N.W. 41st St. CBS home plus 1 bedroom lot. $450 down, $13,5 m total price.
; one
like new. 1151 NW 00th St. house. No qualifying. Only $1000 down. $85 mo.
--- 0 --
REST AREA 696-6609. $9500 total. Furnished too.
CBS 2-bedroom $350 1300 N.W. 82ND STREET
down, $G9 month pays BEAUTIFUL 2-bedroom, 2 4030 N.W. 1st Ave. Lovely CBS home on
all this is really nice. A. huge Fla. porch, carporte, corner lot. Tile roof, carport. Oil heat, wall-to- Brand new CBS, 2 bedrooms, on corner lot. Owner

Ben-Kori Realtor, call awnings. completely down fur- wall carpeting. No qualifying. Fla room, diningroom wants offer. $60 per month pays all.SPECIAL .
anytime 751-2243, nished. CBS $1.000
only for this dream htni:;eKing and lovely kitchen. ---0---

GO BY AND SEE a 2- Realty. Inc. PL 3 1866 N.W. 47th St. CBS, 3 bedroom home. Fla NOTICE!
bedroob CBS with nice 1-9708.
Ha. room, carport ,plus 1 bedroom CBS cottage. Only
room, plenty of clo-
set space and spacious $12,500 total. Ho qualifying. EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY.WE ARE OFFERING TO

utility room at 1377 NW 4-39 N.W.33th St. Pool home,2 bedrooms,2bathsfull YOU FOR ONLY $100 DOWN PAYMENT (IF YOU CAN

41st St. Also a 3-bed- SKIN DISEASESA dining room, Fla room, 100x100 ft. lot, garage, QUALIFY) ALL OF OUR HOUSES FOR SALE ON
room
CBS with carporte, bar-b-cue shuffle board Call for FHA.
Fla. patio, pit, court.
room at 1260 NW 41 treat-
approach to
St new details.
Realty Then Broker call, PL Fenster 9-8779. ment and medication I
-based on specializedblood WE ARE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY NEWS REALTY Inc

and laboratory 8 .
V ,
12-ROOM HOUSE on tests. Also general prac
IpOxllo ft. fenced lot. THE BROKER THAT WORKS FOR YOU
tic..
EDISON REALTY: Realtors
May be G-
used as two ,
room units each with ( I 4740 N.W.1TH AVE. PL 4-0655

I 4-82G2.kitchen 1136 NW and 51st'bath,,St.$13,000.NE DR.PL H.1.1234 HAAG 171 ;N,'W.. 62nd *f I5M441, : 'c OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO(Open Sunday from 1 p.m.) '





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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday; July 2, 1965 oooooooooooooooooooocciwmmm


',,;, ; Bade School System Free Segregated Schools Offer ,d'1'



1! From NEA Sanctions Inferior Edftcefion-Keppel 1


t U. S. Commissioner of Admitting the Civil
The Dade School Board have resulted in sanctions Rights Act's request for
said Monday that Dade against the school sys- EduQation Francis Kep- voluntary compliance to r' .
said that
County will not be affected tems In.those states. pel Tuesday desegregate schools could
Negro children attending ., ...... ,
v by sanctions. imposed wherV- teachers were advised not be enforced overnight : .' .
schools in the '
V against Florida If a Natlanal not to seek work in segregated Keppel said.
*l' Education 'Associ ;the public school systemsand Soutb "have the education not been fortoday's "I plead for your pa-
atlon investigation of the existing'teaching getting tlenre., but there are PERSONALITY IS IMPORTANTYou
.'. state' finds educational staffs were helped to 'find world and cer- 5.141 school districts in 17
t. conditions substandard. work elsewhere. tainly"not for tomorrow'sworld. southern states. have probably made"your summer plans and maybeyou
.
j At the Invitation of According' to Mrs. Jane "Educational Improve- "We're over worked have started working on them. Of course.you are looking
Florida Educational Association Roberts School Board ment need tired and not all wise. forward for the best results in whatever you've planned and
we can never
NEA is trying president Dade schools be achieved in a But we're going to do It" hope to continue and complete them successfully.
to learn if political intrusion won't lie affected becauseof gated system" he segre-said. he predicted.The Have you taken time to think of your personality, and
into 'the educational the "support given the Students of an inferior budget of Keppel's the role it plays in making your summer plans successful?
I ) field is lowering the county school program by segregated system "are department has moved No one likes the person who is always unpleasant unkind
quality of teaching and the community." destined for the relief from $450 million In two and hard to get along with. When you are unpleasant, un-
} schools In the state. The Dade Classroom rolls." and a half years to a kind or rude others w ill be unkind to you and when you're

f I The probe was requested Teachers Association already Head of the federal office probable $3.3 billion this cheerful others want to be cheerful too. We are mostly re-
on the grounds that has stated publicly which doles out fed- year. In his address he ponsiblc for the way we are treated by others. It is not a
the state is it would in stressed the fact that the
not
I failing to support participate eral funds for educationto be
f its will continue to good feeling to alone knowing that other refuse to be
education pro- NEA-Imposed sanctons states Keppel was state friendly with you because you are hard to get along with.If .
grams fully. against Dade schools. control education.
ehLegis aA principal speaker at a million in you are working during the summer your personality will
charged that Some $25
t Prime factor behind theCTA's
ture and Gov. Haydon decision was the banquet held by the President' Johnson's recently count greatly. On the job you should be able to get along
Southern Regional Edu- with the other with whom you're working. In speak-
Burns have authorized $1.3 persons
a "poor" attitude recent $88 million teacher -
cation Board Tuesday In
t l toward education. pay Increase grantedby the Americana Hotel. billion Elementary and ing to others, it is importanf'lo greet them in a pleasant

I In Utah and Oklahoma the School Board, said An audience of governors Secondary School Act will manner letting them feel that you are glad to see them.
similar invPstigatinns Mrs. Roberts. legislators, college be spent "to help vitalize There are many times when you aren't feeling well anA
1 -. presidents and educators staffs of state depart- times when you have problems, but it is important to remember -
from southern states ments of education," he these are your problems and not other people's.You .

(1 Dade to Get Free Public heard the address. said. should not try to make someone's day miserable be-
cause of your problems. Being pleasant at this time may
help brighten the day for
up you.
, School Kindergartens Free Auto MT. CARMEL BAPTIST The person who is kind, gentle considerate and res-

Louise McGriff, reporter pectful is the one who will be chosen as a friend by others.

Tallahassee Dade and ration of even a single Courses Start Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastorWe Your personality plays a big role in the winning of friend:

other populous Florida kindergarten.The ship.
f counties can begin plan- Welssenborn bill July 19 were blessed to have ..----
ning the operation of free provides that during the visiting minister Rev. S. M.
public school kindergarten first six years a county Two Job-training courses Blager of Galilea Baptist Anthony McLeod CARD OF THANKS
:' by virtue of a bill enters the state kindergarten on an "earn while youlearn" Church. New Jersey and his
signed into law by Governor program the basis are scheduledto beautiful wife. He delivered a Passes in N. Y. We the family of the
start at North Miami
funds required late
: j. Haydon Burns last matching wonderful message telling us
School and North-
I f Wednesday. of the county will be High about "Jesus" The evening Miamians will be sad- ROBERT LEETHOMPSON
western High School on '
, The bill which introduced based upon the number of also deliveredby
,1 was July 19. message was dened to learn of the untimely -
I :A and pushed kindergartens the county a visiting minister Rev.E. death of Anthony
The course covers the of Richmond Heights
, through the House of actually operates. This auto mechanics and auto M. Brown of Detroit. Mich., McLeod Jr., formerly of wish to acknowledge and
Representatives by Dade will enable the more populous body repair trades and pastor of First Baptist Church. Coconut Grove and MI- thank our neigh-
many
Representative Weissen- counties! to phase His subject was "The Great ami Who died June 29 in
will be given free by the bors and friends for their
themselves Into the
I born will make it finan- pro- Florida State Employ- Things". We also had three New York City. Mr. Mc- kind expressions of sym-

< cially possible for larger gram. the bill ment Service. In the past, other visiting ministers:' The Leod was the son of the pathy during our bereavement -
Florida counties to receive Weissenborn Commenting stated.on "The the Manpower Training Rev. Niles Nashville ,Ten- late Anthony and Ethel
state monies for the
of Watson McLeod. Surviving rela-
which
Dade County School courses have bene- nlssee. pastor Ella Ruth ThompsonAnd
operation of kindergartens Board advan- fited so many unemployed Grove Baptist Church,the Rev. tives are three brothers. Family
by taking
by reducing the amunt of Edverk, Bernard and
monies tage of the change made have paid weekly allowances Alexander of Second Baptist
matching required
only to marriedmen Crandell: four sisters
Tennesseeand
\ of the counties participating by this bill can begin operation Church.Nashville
Leola Johnson. Lenora
with dependents. Rev. Johnson of CorwoodMo.
in the of a free public::
Under previous law program.Dade school kindergarten svs- However this year the ., pastor of Unity Baptist Scott. Naomi Sharpe and KING JOHN'S PARISIAN

County would have had tem as of 1967. T.he sec- 1965 Manpower Training Church. We were very glad to Ethel Ferguson.
to Increase its school ond term legislator added. Act provides an allowance have them with us, and pray Friends who wish to ROOM
.. budget by $632.000 per "I believe that this is one for unmarried men who that they will have a safe trio send condolences may ODESSA HARRIS
send them in of
can meet certain require- care
of the most significant
year in order to have back home.
ments, as well as married Edverk McLeod. 339 Hug- JULY 5
3,4
been eligible to receive education bills to come Let us pray for Deacon Idus ,
with uenot St.. New Rochelle
men dependents.This ,
out of the 1965 session.
; state monies for the op- Sheffield and family that the
year the training N. Y.
A
Lord will strengthen them in
courses provide "earn -
I while learn" allowances their hour of bereavement.
: Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority you for all enrollees- Visitors are aways wel
I meeting stipulated re- come. Deaths at RichardsonOwen I

Elects quirements. Don't forget the sick and
Officers Additional trades will shut-ins.
} Edwards f 801 latives and
lie added to the Manpower o many friends.
NW 47th St. died at his Funeral services for Mrs.
The Gamma Delta Sig- sorors were very thought the Training Florida State Program by McGhaney home on June 23. survi- Tate were held on Wednesday -
Employment
ma Chapter of Sigma provoking. Both of the Service later In the- vors are his wife, Mrs. from the New Mt.
Gamma Rho Sorority held sorors live in Sou t h summer and in the early SpeaksIt Gertrude Edwards. three Moriah Baptist Church

its last meeting of the Miami. Fall At the present time sisters Mrs. Lena Criten with the pastor Rev. A.
year at the home of Soror Delegates to attend the the need and it is an is wonderful to be Mrs. Bell Edwards and L. Shipp officiating.
I, L. Morse, 4102 NW 13th Boule being held in New urgent need-Is for 80 back in good old Miami.I Mrs. Mervlna Ward a .
Ave., with the basileus York City this month are enrollees for the programfor spent a few days in ,host of nieces nephews Mrs. Catherine Donaldson -
t Eunice Liberty presiding. Sorors Verneka S. Silva auto mechanics and New York and Connecticut other relatives and many 258 NW 9th St. was
After the devotional and and Vadye L. Morse. auto body repair starting with family and friends. Funeral servicesfor dead on arrival at Jack-
the transaction of old Other sorsrs to attend are July 19. Call the Florida friends. But thank God Mr. Ward were heldon son Memorial Hospitalon
business the officers for ''Allene V. Taylor WilereneC. State Employment Ser- that I am back on the Tuesday from Mt. June 27. Mrs. Donaldson -
{ the ensuing year were Ball and Azalena Pink- vice, 377-2411. old ship of Zion again. Zion Baptist Church with is survived by two

.i' elected as follows: ney.At Psalm 19.41: says "Let the Rev E. T. Graham of- daughters Mrs. Grace
Sorors Mabel Barlow, the close of the meet- ANTIOCH BAPTIST the words of my youth fitiating. Jones and Mrs. Jackelyn

anti-basileus; A z e 1 1 n a ting a very delicious din- Rev. P. W. Wiggins, pastor and the meditation of my Small a son Jerome Bo-
Pinkney secretary; Eu- ner was enjoyed by all. Willie Powell, reporter heart he acceptable In thy Arthur Allen 1282 NW wens, a sister Mrs. Ida E.
y J genia Williams anti The menu consisted o f sight' 0 Lord, my strngthand 58th St. died on June 24 Thomas, an aunt a host of
grammateus; Wllerene C. baked ham fried chicken. The No. 1 Usher Board my redeemer." He is survived by his nelces. nephews other relatives -
Bawl, tamalechus; VadyeL. pineapple peach salad, will sponsor their annual tea Also the 107th Psalm. wife Mrs. Naomi Allen a and many friends.

Morse, episteleus. Ritz cookies fruit punch, Sunday, July 18. verse 8 says "Oh that cousin. Molden Butler a The body was shipped on
Soror Verneka S. SUva ice cream and cake. Each Prayer Meeting and Bible men would praise the god-son Alonzo B. Mul- Friday July 2, to the
graciously installed the member present declared Class each Tuesday night at Lord for his goodnessand ford, other relatives and Guyton Funeral Hjome in

officers charging them Soror Morse a most gracious 8 p.m. for his wonderful many friends. Funeral Bainbridge. Ga.. where
with the duties that they and charming hos- The director and chore works to the children of services for Mr. Allen services will be held Sunday -
are expected to perform. tress. Soror W. C. Ball workers are asking each and men." were held on Thursday.from July 4.
Visiting sorors from thanked Soror Morse for everyone to come out to BTUat Isn't it a great feelingto St. John Baptist .
the under-graduate chap the group for being sucha 5:30 p.m. know that the all-see Church with Rev. Thed- Miss Mary L. Spann of
ter of St. Augustine Col- delightful hostress. May we continue to visit ing eye of God is always ford Johnson officatlng. 320 NW 11th St. died at

lege campus, Raleigh, the sick and shut-ins. watching over you where- Jackson Memorial Hospital -
N.C. Carrie L. ever may he? So until -
were you
Mrs. Geneve Tate 10G3 on June 29. Her survi-
r Plummer, who graduatedthis Mrs. Cleola Mack 1386 another week if God'swUl. NW 55th Terr., died at vors Include her mother
spring with a majorin NW 71st St., died June be careful and Jackson Memorial Hospital Mrs. Judy Spann a
educationand Non-Surgical Office Treat thanks for reading.
elementary Incomplete
Arrangements are -
on June 26. Her sur- brother Hoover Spann a
will join the graduate lIIentRUPTURE at this time. vivors are daughter, Mrs host of other relativesand
chapter this fall; Katie L. PILES
Ruby Lee Edwards her friends. Funeral arrangements -
Williams majoring in Rectal' Vari husband
Diseases, Richard. nine are Incom-
and edu-
health physical
caton. They brought to cose Veins, Prostate No grandchildren other re- plete at this time.

us highlights from their lost tine Discard Truss

campus chapter and gave Upon Correction of Rupture $100 DownNO

pointers on what the low cost.

undergraduate chapters DR. LONG'S CLINIC CLOSING COSTS HAS HE
BE A
expect from the graduate HURSE'S AIDE
chaper. Highlights 1545 'SW 1st St.-fR 3-2748 ,

given by these young 11 Left t
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iVitk..m -1 Marlins first half batting and pitching .
earing ., ,,
SgA | averages 1 -Lou Garvin: IF .213 rJSkiii; #: 'i1ii 'i' $ "V 1i

__ l 2-Steve Kolinsky, OF ,279 i

J 4-Del Wilber, IF-OF .429 sporn
6-Gene Kerns, OF .242 ,
8-John Firenza
OF .302 !
Y 10-Jim Ruane, C-IF .204
J 12-Joe Lis, IF J, .262 WORLDjs.

14-Mike Haiday, C .197
BY HARRY SPEAR 17-Chuck Lawson, IF i Qvet

18-Ron Allen IF .238 ,.... ,_.__.!,! .. ', h' _"".. ,
.238 H "m y" < <" "''' :';
payoffs Big at Flagler Track 20-Tom J I.
Sapp P
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tv W 5-L 3
Payoffs like $17,190 in the twin 21-Mike
double
Wegener, P \y4 L 7
WRIGHT SMASHES DEAF RECORDEd
in the double
$552 daily and $246 and 22-Mike Everett :.
$222 P
in the quinelas added considerable W 5-L 7 Wright of Miami tied the world deaf
spite to 23-Buddy Lee Hobbs, P W 4-L 3 record for 100 meters in a trial heat Mondayand
Flagler racing during the
last
week 24-Gary
as the Schlieve, P
W 5-L 6 then shattered the mark in the semifinalsat
track's $80,000 International 25
Classic -Gil Pinard
moved P W3L 2 the 10th International Games for the Deafon
into the quarterfinals which 27
wind -Denny LeathersP
up Saturday W' 4-L 3 the
night, July 3. 28-Tom University of Maryland track in Col-
Chapman, P W O-L 0 lege Park, Md.Wright .
The last two quarterfinal rounds of 31-Ralph Burnette, P W 1-L 2
powerfully built
stake action are scheduled a 21-year-old
Wednesday
Saturday after which the field and prrinter, ran easily as he won his first heat in
16. will be cut to 1 ).9. That tied the world deaf standard held

At the moment after the first quarter- Ox demons Goes to Ed WatersEdward ;; since 1943 by K. G. Astrom of Sweden and
easily surpassed the 11.1 games record set
final round Bill
Ewalt's Cri
Along is loom- Waters
College by Dootis Goodwin
of the United States at
larger and larger in launched
ing the Classic pictureas an auspicious Helsinki
Finland
in
1961.
sports
rebuilding
a challenger to Miss Whirl. program
Coming back after here this week with the f Wright, a graduate of the St. Augustine
his upset win over the hiring of E. J. (Ox) School for the Deaf, where he now works in
.Sarasota star last Saturday, Cri Along won Clemons as athletic director the kitchen, didn't appear to run all-out in his
by seven lengths in the first quarterfinalround head football
coach.It record-breaking performance. Not a stylish
and figures to be tough all the way from is deemed fitting that runner, Wright wins with brute speed like

here on. Clemons be given the Olympic champion Bob Hayes. He is built like
Miss Whirl still has perhaps the largest task since It was he who
after having played brilliant Hayes, with the thick legs of a football full-
following, however. The track record holder football as a two-- back.
bounced back after her defeat by Cri Alongto time All-American tackleat

score her third win in the stakes competition Morris Brown served TONY TURNER HEADED FOR DADE
his 1
and currently is the only three-time Edward first Waters.coaching stint\ at Tony Turner, the first Negro to run in

winner. During his 1929-31 stay the Florida Class AA track meet (for Miami
Bed Tears, early favorite in the event, at Edward Waters, Clemons' Central High) and five other area high school
has lost two in and bit off teams mustered an track standouts
a row appears a outstanding record. Ox have given notice of intentto
form. But Jessie Rice and Candy Drive have rates the EWC backfieldof Miami-Dade Junior College track coach
come on strong and now rank close to the top Everett, Armstrong, to Arriving here too conduct late Charles Holt.

-after Miss Whirl and Cri Along. Larkin tho light and In Brooks weight-and al- recruiting satisfactorily Ox Is handlingfirst Turner won the state 100-yard dash two

The $17,190 Twin Double Payoff came same In size for that things first. such as straight years, 1963 and 1964. His state rec-
last Thursday on a 5533 combination. The period the second fast- his coaching staff sched- ord time was 9.6 seconds. He also was clock-

$552 daily double largest of the season est he ever coached. uling and stronger related matter.competition ed at :22.6 for the 220 and :48.9 for the 440.

was registered the same night. It was on a Leaving here Ox rack- With Clemons alreadyIn He was unable to participate his senior year
6-2 combination.In ed up a string of Impres- the fold local supporters because he was too old for eligibility.
sive records at R u s t, of the Tigers are
the second half of the double the same Lane Morris Brown for backing him to the fullest '
night, the 2-7 quiniela paid $246 The night 14 years and a brief stay in the firm belief that '

before, a 5-7 combine had hit for $222. at was Jackson Interrupted College by Illness.which past themselves.PROFESSIONAL records. speak for r r" News Front South DadeBY "li

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There will be a festive air about Miami i L..m MRS. SUSIE WILLIAMS .NNl !

Stadium this Sunday night when the Marlins PEOPLE .H... ... j

play host to the St. Petersburg Saints at 6:00. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper recovering very rapidly.
First of all, it will be the Fourth of July. Sec- Liberty City Area Saunders returned from a
ondly, the Marlin management is planningsome i three weeks vacation. The Mt. Sinai Church of
special activities to make the holiday $ BRAND NEWBIG Their first stop was St. Perrine invites you to attend -
Augustine to see her aunt.
One week of Prayer
atmosphere more enjoyable to the fans who Afterwards they venturedon Meetng with a following
will be attending the game. HOUSES BIG LOTS to Georgia for a visit week of Revival Meeting.
Included in the agenda of planned ac- with their son. Everett. This will also Include 10

tivities are a barbecued chicken dinner, a 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Fla Rooms, Family Upon leaving there they nights of sermons delivered -
stopped in Lake
City to by Rev. Wilson. The
fireworks for cruiseto
display, and a drawing a Rooms, Ovens, Ranges, Tile Roofs see some friends and thento services will start June 28.
the Caribbean The chicken dinner
Islands.
Tampa to see their son Rev. E. Murray pastor.
always popular with Marlin fans, will be serv- Low Down Payment Jasper Pete and daughter,
ed in the stadium lobby beginning at 5:00 for Juanita and families. The Ushers' Board of
only 99 cents. While away their son. Mt. Moriah Baptist Church
will be Broker Willis and family arrived Rev. W. C. Edcar pastor
The spectacular fireworks display FORD REALTYINC. from Pttsburgh for three
held later in the evening, and it should be one weeks. It was a wonderful had a very successful pro-

to surprise everyone. Finally, some lucky fan 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 \\ experience for every- gram Appearing last Sunday on the program evening.

will be awarded a cruise for two aboard the body and like a second were Rev. E. Long Dea.
famous Windjammer ships. The winner will -honeymoon Saunders.The for the older Canadate Miss Geraldine

receive the trip all-expense paid for ten days. Walker Mrs. Alma Taylor -
Mrs. Lillie
The entire evening should be one of the TI :rji'i Cooper Family Mrs. Nettie Hicks,Harris Mrs.
biggest in Marlin history and fans should not wish to thank everyone Beatrice McCoy, Miss De-
miss this game. that visited their mother, lores Beard and the Wo-
POST TIME Mrs. Ida Cooper during men's and Senior Chor-
her illness In the hospital.She .
Another new player joined the Marlins 8:00 P.M. is now home and uses.

last the ....., .
of
week. He is Del Wilber Jr., son -- --
former major league catcher. Wilber joinedthe

Marlins Thursday night and came on with
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two straight hits, driving in the first run in

the game with Tampa. ; 1 1i

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field, started his first game at short stop. "The NotJon'i OroylVo wd )
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MARLIN PROFILE: JOHN FIRENZAThe By Walter Dowe -

hottest hitter for the Marlins of late i TWIN DOUBLE The Star Light LodgeNo. The Rev E. J. Clark of
has been outfielder John Firenza. In the past 512 will meet Friday Central Baptist of West
two games Firenza has gone 7 for 8 and raised night at 8 p.m. All mem- Hollywood Is thanking
all who
members please We pres- participated in
his batting average from .247 to .301. He ent at Masonic Hall on the Woman's Day program -
Joined the Marlins May 21 and drove in the Pembroke Road. last Sunday June

winning run against Tampa that night. He 27.
Played with the Marlins in 1963 until early ; The South Broward Post
June No. 8195 VFW will meet Godfrey Scavella passed
when he dislocated his shoulder. Last Sunday July 4 at 5 p.m. Monday morning, June 28
year Firenza played at both Spartanburg and All members please he at his home 4820 Pem-
Bakersfield. At Bakersfield, he had 8 home present and on time. broke Road. Services are

runs and 38 RBI's. He lives in Sacramento, incomplete.Jack's .
Cal! and 'attended Sacramento City Collegefor Yi i - -
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and boxing. He enjoys golf, bowling and F MEN'S' WEAR
gymnastics. ,
SEE "MR. JACK"FOB
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AFTER locka, at the Church of Trans .
SELMA-WHAT? figuration 19th Ave. at 152nd STYLES FOR ALL AGES
The NAACP is the backbone Terrace.. Sunday July 11. at 'Th.'Very Latest in Mews Fakblocu

of our people.It is being 3 p.m. United we stand. SILK MOHAIR SUITS -HATS,

Depended upon by the mighty 'ITALIAN .SHOES 'f .
many
faithful and few.supported by the TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO 944,NW 2nd Ave. ,Miami,'FloridawurftfrU

Please attend the Mass CHURCH SUNDAY
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