The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 16, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 42, No. 45 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDA' Y 16,196 .16 PAGES 10 CENTS

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Federal Judge Thur-
r l' w* ao good Marshall, long-time
legal champion of Civil
Right has been nominated
by President Johnson to
be United States solici-
tor general.
o The brilliant jurist will
II succeed Archibald Cox
who is retiring.

tf t .. The solicitor general
argues the federal gov-
ernment's cases before the

f l lI when Supreme confirmed Court., Marshall will become -

the 33rd man to

r. hold the post.Marshall .
has served on
the 2nd Circuit Court
of Appeals since 1962 and
before that he was a legal
kx ikAl champion of equal rightsfor
,, a quarter century
.wa lIe successfully prosecuted
NAACP's case He has won 29 of 33 decisions
YOUNG MUSIC LOVERS Hundreds of Negro classIcal the Miami Beach Symphony. This group, sponsored by against school integration before' the Supreme
music lovers were in the audience last Sunday evening Blanche Calloway posed backstage with soloists George before the Supreme Court.

I when guest conductor Leonard De Pour captivated the Marshall, left, and Inn Matthews (in formal gown) during Court, in the case that Marshall was nominated
Johnson of Miami resulted in the high tribunal's for the I court of appeals
hearts of the large crowd with a brilliant performance with intermission photo.
1954 ruling that post by the late
segregation is unconsti- President John F.' Ken-

I State Hires L. V. Davis to Boost Negro Employment tutional. nedy on Sept. 33 1961.

Florida Negroes got a the Tallahassee head- the past, a commission Exhibition Pending on ,.
little help Wednesday in quarters of the commis- spokesman said, it has
breaking discriminationstate been difficult to locate
employment when will assist the good information on avail- Deacon Charged
i state emplovment when state employment systemin able and qualified Negro _
ofl mission, which ,, workers' fields .
.., operates complying with-the new Income "
Florida's extensive em- fair employment practices With Murder ,
ployment services hired a section of the civil rights Davis is a 1940 graduate -
Negro equal opportunity law. He also will be avail- of ,Florida A and M Convicted of murder in troduced by Alderman shows
coordinator. able to advise community and got his master's degree Georgia 26 years ago, a 61/' that Kemp is suffering from
Leearla V. Davis. 47, groups, schools and local from Tuskegee.He year-old man who is now a ulcers, heart condition and
Gainesville agriculture employment offices. is, past president of church deacon in Fort Myers I arthritis and that a return to I
teacher and president of One of Davis' responsibilities the Gainesville Councilof asked Gov. Haydon Bums not prison would probably cause
the Florida Voters Leaguewas for ,example: will Human Relations and a to send him back to Georgia.An an early death.MCBRIDE .
named to the newly be to help local employersfind member of the legislative extradition hearing for
created post where he will qualified Negro per- committee of the Florida Charlie Kemp was held in the
serve as staff consultant in sonnel to fill job slots. In State Teeners Association, Governor's office by Joe Chap-
.man, his legal aide, and a de-
cision is expected this week

Scout 14-Year-Old Drowns in from the Governor.
Boy Biscayne Bay Known as Hubert Bently at
that time, kemp was convicted
ofmuid er in 1939 and was sentenced -
Drownsat Along with ScoutmasterIsaac leers said
to life imprisonment
Lewis and Assistant
A month later he skipped froma
According to
Scoutmaster Joe Rahming,
CampA the boys had swam about 75 ions, Scott was a prison camp in Bibb, Ga.
He was arrested on a traffic
fed from the shore to the mer. Three of
\ chafge in Ft. My rs last
3-year-9ld South Dade raft. tempted to save month. Routine finger-printing
Scout drowned Sunday forced to swim
Boy Young Scott disregardedan
disclosed that Charlie Kemp,
attempting to swim ashore order of Rahming to wait raft after they i i deacon and treasurer of hie.
from a raft in a lake at for him beforeattemptingthe tedMetro church, and Hubert Bently, the : r A \
SW 137th Ave. and !245th diver 14
swim back. Rahming had murderer,were the same person.
St swam alongside another wick found the Georgia's governor asked
Kelly Scott, 316 SW 14th scout accompanying him feet of water : the governor of Florida to return i
Ave., Homestead, was swim back to shallow water. The Homestead him-
ming with six other mem The scouts had had break- camped At Wednesday's hearing
bers of his Scout Troop359, fast a short time before goIng Rocky Pines attorney Frank ,Alderman III --- -..
police said. into the water, the of- the side of the said, if the purpose of imprisonment .!.
is rehabilitation,thereis JOINS
no cause to send Kemp back TIMES STAFF
to Georgia. He pointed out
Wounded over the past 26 years his
client has shown his fitnessto William W. McBride has
take hi s place in society, joined the staff of the
Kills has reared five children and is Miami Times as city editor -
J4 now rearing two grandchildrep. and shop foreman. "i,
kUling."j Scores of letters attesting McBride brings a wealth.
With Kemp's good character, were of Journalistic experience ,
sent to the governor's office to the Times havIng -
from Lee County friends, business edited his own maga-
Earl Lee associates, bankers, zine, Unlimited. For the
of 3601 N.W.
church pastors, newspapersand past four years he has
killed by a .12
Y. TV station managers, managed the Edison
{,tAT gun blast by said Alderman. Press. He formerly man-
shot and The Rev. C. D. Coastan, aged the Liberty Square
of his tavern Kemp's pastor, said, "It was Housing Project.
Friday. shocking to us, but we know He Is married and the
Roberson father of teenage daugh-
these things happen. It was
r scene of the he who recommended Kemp to ters, Anna and Shirleyand
Ing at 3039 N. be treasurer of the church a son Michael 9.
,. after he was shot toile is a valuable memberof The addition of Mc-
by William Wims the community," he said. Bride Is the first step Ina
ROOSEVELT BIRTHDAY PARTY Chairman of a chase around A doctor's statement. in- plan to extend the coverage
the Board John B. Orr Jr. and board member Charles R. homicide and meet the demands
for the Times into \
Hadley beam approvingly as Congressman Claude Pepper con. The gunfight {,
County and
gratulate them on the distinction of being the fastest sult stop of an Wims' Register To up Florida's Gold Coast.

growing savings and loan association in Dade County. At Roberson and I I Several new innovations
right is WAME disc jockey China Voiles who did on the men In front are in the makWg
Vote Howl! to
bring our readers a
spot photo.live broadcasts of the days festivities Associated charged Street Tavern.with the paper.bigger and better news-


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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 16, 1965 ....a.r ss..

Miami Will be Qap Annual Session

r E Miss Universe Coronation of Grand United

f Ball to Host 1500 GuestsThe 69 July 28 fi1h

Order of PallBearers
Miami of the -
one youngest
Leukemia Coronado Hotel will be
Society's presented
major cities in the United %
"Miss Universe Coronation promptly at 7:30 PM
States, is coming into .
Ball" will literally give the against a glittering back- '
its last year as a sexagena- The thlrty-eighth
red ground of twinkling lights Annual
carpet treatment to approximately -
1500 and thousands of yards of rian.On ItI session of the Grand United
well known celebri- fabric designed especially for July 28, date of incorporation op by Ann Jackson I Order of Pall Bearers of
In 1896
ties, 76 international beau- this occasion. The stage will of the city America is being held in Ft.
ties, plus an equal numberof be banked with colorful flagsof Miami,will be 69. Pierce, July 1417. Local

US Marine Corp officers all nations represented. Joining in the annual judges number 14, 9, 83, 42,
when they drive up to the birthday celebration will be ----s and 26 are busy making arrangements

Deauville Hotel Sunday David has designed the the Miami Woman's Club, New York City,which an- tions of exhibits as they ob- to entertain ap
July 25th to attend this mostga center pieces to represent the which was founded in 1900 dually entertains 14 million serve them. If they want to proximately 200 delegates and
a black-tie event of the Golden Arch which stands at and is credited with the found- visitors, has willingly takena pause anywhere, they turn visitors who will be in atten-
the to Sunshine Ing of the Miami Public LI. dance. Delegates and visitors
summer entrance
season. back seat to themain event off the set, resume their tour
Called "Gala Interama", State. The Interama theme "brary. of this and next the at will by turning it backon. from Key West to Daytona
the Ball benefits the Leuke- will be highlighted by specially Theme of this year's tra- New York year World's Fair. But Each tour takes aboutan Pert Myers to Palatka and a
mia Society in its research created candles in the ditional invitational birthday and big hour. large delegation from Nassau,
the museums
program to find a cure for shape of their proposed Freedom luncheon at the club at city's attractions aren't Rockefeller Center, always Bahamas will be in attendance.
this disease. Bill Webb of Tower as part of the 1737 N. BayshoreDr. is public visitors.neg- for tourists, All business sessions of
Fair magnet
World's a
Sunshine State Industrial unique table decor. Synchronized Sixties, sym- lecting World's Fair Infor- the meeting will be held at
Pavilion has its
York City
other bolic of the joint growth of The New St. Mark Missionary
Park has volunteered to Two personalitiesalso at the Fair offers.exhibits' mation Booth and Fair ticket Baptist
tab" all known Internationallyare the two. Church, 18th St. and Ave. G.
"pick the so proceeds '
up directly
from 34 of the city's office on Fifth Avenue,
will go directly to the donating their services Mayor Robert: King High libraries from St. Patrick's Rev. C. Evans, pastor.
Tessie O'Shea will greetings biggest museums, across The local
Society that evening. give birthday at the program was
Clive David, producerdirector Queen of the British music from the city and Mrs.Wa'ne zoos and botanical gardens.It's Cathedral. in held on Wednesday night at

of the Ball, who has halls, and Meyer Davis, deanof Allen, president of a very gentle reminderthat booth answer questions. Bethel Baptist Church cor-
staged similar events society orchestra leaders. the Miami Woman's Club, these museums, eta half a dozen languages.The ner 11th St. and Ave. D, the
throughout the world for Davis,Whose brother died of will extend that organiza- themselves, chiefly in Man-- Center has its own Rev. C. Byrd, pastor, at
both American and Interna- leukemia, will be making one tion's welcome. hattan, are worth an extra- guided tours, either of the which time welcome addresseswere

tional society, promises an of his rare "in person" ap- Attending will be city of- fair look. In June, the Mu- Center and its ObservationRoof given by city officialsand
event equal to anything seen pearances. ficials, the Miami Pioneers, seum of the City of New York, on the 70-story RCA representatives from com
in diplomatic or social cir Patrons of the Ball will members of the Miami Wom Fifth Avenue and 104th St., Building, or NBC television munity organizations.

cles. He further states, "The pay $1,500 a table to sit an's Club and special guests. displays a special dioramaand studio tours in the RCA The delegates will have
Ball will definitely be Inter- with one of the international Heading the celebrationfor exhibit marking the Building. Prices are moderate their meals at. the Lincoln

national in scope, with pos- title holders and a Marine the dub is Mrs. B.Edward 300th anniversary ofthetak- mostly under $2. The Park Academy Cafeteria.
sibly more countries represented officer in the "golden Wood, birthday com- ing-over of New Amsterdamby RCA Exhibition Hall, in the Key officers who will assist -
at this one occasion, circle" surrounding the mittee chairman. the English in 1664. Center at 40 West 49Street, in the conducting of the

than any place at one time, stage. The Metropolitan Mu- has a "space age" exhibi- business sessions and other
exoept the United Nations." Although all the $1,500 seum of Art, Fifth Avenue at tion related to the wonders of convention matters are: the

The newly crowned Miss, tables are already sold out, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS 82nd Street, has an exhibi- "man's expanding universe" Rev. A. T. Stone, grand president

Universe and her court, es- there are still some tickets ELECT OFFICERSLily tion, "World's Fairs The and the theme of the World's ; J. H. Thomas, grand
corted by the Marine of- available at $50.00 each Architecture of Fantasy", Fair. The Chase Manhattan vice president; Mrs. L. E.

ficers, who are being flown through the Leukemia Society of the Valley Court which remains on view until Bank Money Museum, 1254 Tavlor, grand recording secretary -
here and will be guests of in the Congress Build No. 58 Court of Calanthe of the Fair's first season endson Avenue of the Americas, dis- ; J. W. Parris grand
the City of Surfside and the ing in Miami.Bgszneaiiusociation1Iears the Knights of Pythias held October 18. Its prints and plays money from all coun- treasurer; Mrs. Malvise P.

their election of officers pictures show how the build- tries and all periods-some Gibson, grand teller

June 9 and were immediately ings of big exhibitions looked of it might odd, but once ne-

installed by District Deputy' some of them pretty gotiable.For and the Rainbow Room on
Mrs. Melissa Harris. wild !1--from London's Crys-
I the freewheelingcheckgrabbers the RCA Building, now returned
Officers are as floolows: tal Palace in 1851 to the New the Center to its former days of

000'. '" .:Be, ?r..a.Fffiiik Mrs. Edna Sessions W.C.i York World's Fair of 1939- has some magnificent and glamor. You can also find a
'w-: >" Mrs. Sarah Belle, W. Insp.;
''' "
-. -*""---- 40.The expensive restaurants: The hamburger at various Center
The Central Business Association ment Is in addition to reimbursement Miss Shirley Anderson, W.Ix.; American Museumof Tower Suite, atop the Time lunch-counters if the budget

held its regular for moving ex- Mrs. Josie RobertsW.O.: Mrs. Natural History Central & Life Building, and open to pinches.
and actual loss Grace Sutton, W.R.D.: Sir Park West at West 79th St.
night'at penses
meeting Monday any the public at night for dinner Study a good New York
Lonnie Sessions, W.K.A.;
the office of Economic Opportunity of property. Belle W.R.D.; began tape-recorded sound and cocktails; The Forum of guide book, walk around the
Sir. Walter ,
Inc., 817 N.W. 2nd Many questions were asked Francis Anderson, W. tours for visitors this spring. the Twelve Caesars, 57 West midtown Manhattan streets
Avenue. by those present. Mrs. Visitors rent the portable unit 48 Street, the ultimate in doc- with and curiosityon
Cond. Mrs. Ro sie Bell Fair,, your eyes
for 50
Highlight of the meetings Central Business Association W.E., Sir Joseph Sharpe cents (extra earpiecesat orative dining; La Fonda Del the alert, andyou may decide -
< discussion of the Urban plans to invite manyof W.H., Sir James Manuel, W.P. 25 cents each), select one Sol, ground floor, Time & that the real main eventIs
Renewal activities in the Central the departmental heads After installation there was a of the two tours now avail- Life Building, with a New York City and its
of the County Government in able, and listen to explana- American flavor
Negro Area by Messrs. social affair sponsored by Spanish. ; people.
Whitehead, relocation direc- order that the business men the court members at the

tor; McCallister, small busi- and women may ask ques- home of Mrs. Sarah D. Bette,
ness adjustor;Audry, project tions and demand the serv- Past W.C., Sir Ben Andersonwas
director and M. Left, acting ices that will enhance and our guest at this affair
managing director.In spark the business activitiesin Bro. Session who had a FOR THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATESCALL

addressing the busi- this area. heart attack in Daytona

ness concerns occupying Beach is out of the hospitaland

property to be acquired All the operators of small is doing fine. To the officers 4L4r'

these representatives of the and big businesses in the and membe of Ahmed ? BONDED
Urban Renewal explainedthat Central Negro Area are ask- Te mple No. 2 that hebra O n
ed attend these Tent No. 2 that their Imperial
: "The housing act con- meetingsheld
Potentate Vote David Golston, 0L
tains provisions which permits each Monday evening,
passed. The funeral was held :
a small Business dis- from 8:00: pm until 9.00pm: '
Wednesday July 7. ; RENTAL
placement payment of $1- 817 N.W. 2nd Avenue If -: : !

500.00 to be made to cer- you have a business question Grace Sutton, reporter
tain businesses which have to or problem, come to the \
move because of Urban Re- meeting and have it discus-

neal s activities.. This pay-.. sed. NOTICEMiami AGENCY INC.

Beautician Unit ft7 ,
met at the home of Mrs. M. "

AUTO INSURANCE Kirkland on July 6, with the
president presiding. a COLLECTION AND RENTAL

Check oiiy new, lower rates and easy financing Meeting was opened by

Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift the Cross" and repeating the HON. L. L. BROOKS

D. Goodman and Son, Inc. Lord's The Prayer.minutes were read PRESIDENT DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.

"Insurance, Real :Estate, Mortgage" from the previous meeting. "" > '< ." ,i't .
Business member AH People Democratic Club There will be a patio partyat "", ,"GEORGEP..HARTH<, :, GENERAL MANAGER > ,'v.i"
the home of Mrs. V. Thomas, "
2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380
3101 N.W. 48th Terr., July 17.

Mrs. M. Muldrow is presi- .

dent and Mrs. E. Hall secre- .... .. 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
\ tary. \::\ '. .
WQks > :" ; :
LJ : Bonded also' Has employment. / ,
FOR SALE ,. service at main .office!:
4150. N.W. 7th Avenue : /: '< '
5303 N.W. 5th Avenue ..

A full time public relation. deportment to assist you in solving your problems
Open Sat. and Sun. to 5 p.m. ,
Come and aee 3 bedrooms, Plus a fleet of carl M9 dear to door service ,for tenants conv.l..ct
2 baths, extra large, Fla On night, and.. -Sundays-_.-... for.... emergency>"""- .. .. service coil PL 9-8733, ;' ___
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room, large living room, S : '
Fd G large dining room, kitchen, ,:: MAIM OFFICE i

garage. Also separate ).,,,>" <" .',:i. 4150 :
apartment for Income on a :, N.W. 7th AvenueS PL 9 8733fondaiiset"'done t ,;
two corner duplex lot*. -<'iFi -
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Many extras, space to J ,"k >> '.f !t pnst y. ta atP le a,; h.tp' .:, ,stop.. this unnsreesartrevll.fi .
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build another house. :{!, > : : .
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Non-Surgical Office Treat r'.,,'
mentRUPTURE 17325 Homestead A*.. '
Two South Dade fleet service drivers were co-winners Perrine CE 1163 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 3-8 416 ( "

of Company.'tho annual Safe Driving Award presented by Norton Tire Rectal Diseases- PILES, Varicose 1019 Ha..a dville Rd. 5.3551 1675 N.W. 62nd St. OX 62467I"I( ,.:

William Dorsett 438 S.W. 7th Avenue, Homestead and Vein, Prostate No Pompano WE 3-3235 3801 Grand Ave. HI 5-1381 I '; ,

Louis Gavins 6442 S.W. 59th Place, Miami, are shown receiving lost tine Discard Truss ka 14255 N.W. 22nd Ave. 4240 N.W. 27th Ave, NE 50466.W.

plaques from Howard Katzen (R) vice president of Upon Correction of Rupture > 0 pa-loc MU 8.0417 Y:
Norton Tire Company as Sgt. Harold Griffin, director of t:1
Safety Education in the Sheriffs Department congratulates low cost. 512 H.W.ht Av., Hollandale, WA 7-2434 -

the two men.Dorsett. DR. LONG'S CLINIC 1019 6th St., Ft. Lauderdale JA
drove nine years and Oavins eight years with- 1545 'SW 1st St.-FR 3-2748 43357lU

out an accident or'traffic violation.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, Jury 16, '1965 3

Carl Rowan Resigns USIA Post, Hostess to Miss Thrift Pays Big Dividend y 1 1t15

To Resume Career As Writer UNiversePageaNt Just about every Saturday register, had a cold drink
Gregory Moss has been going and went into the office to

WASHINGTON-(NH) nation.A to the Roosevelt Savings at' make his usual deposit. The

-The resignation of Carl T. navy veteran of World Gloria I B. Robinson, a 6015 N.W. 7th Ave. to makea next thing he k new,he was the
Rowan, the highest ranking War II, Rowan grew up in B teacher of French and Spanishat deposit in his savings ac- winner of a gorgeous Philco
count. This in itself is not color television console, witha
Negro in government service the small town of McMinn- the Booker T. WashingtonHigh a o
was announced last week ville, Tcnn. School was chosen as unusal-but Gregory, wh olives retail value of $600.Roosevelt's .

by President Lyndon B. As USIA director Rowanwas the first Negro to act as official at 5320 N.W. 9th Ave., Executive
is a 12-year-old student at Vice President Paul Forand
Johnson. the first Negro ever to hostess and interpreterfor
Rowan stepped down sit in on meetings of the Na- the Miss US.A. Miss Uni- Allapattah Junior High and who made the award, said
that he had been "
the deposits he makes counsellingyoung
from the "hot spot" $30- tional Security council verse Pageant, held on Miami are
one or,two 4oJlars'that he has Mos s that thrift brought
OOO-a-year post of directorof Rowan, who celebrates his 4j Axt Beach July 1426. She is serving -
earned great rewards-he just didn'trealize
as a newsboy or by
the U.S. Information 40th birthday on Aug. 11, as hostess for Miss how
odd great.
working at jobs.
Agency, suddenly, climaxIng is also author of "The Pitiful British Guiana and Miss. Aruba. Last Board Chairman John B
Saturday, Gregory
a brilliant career in government and the Proud", an a- Her duties are many and
Orr Jr. said
went to Roosevelt Savings i "It couldn't
service. ward-winning book about varied but mainly she is to
; and Loan as usual, and found happen to a nicer young ft I*
A distinguished JournalIst his experiences in India and remain with the two contest- :that institution literally low. I understand that he is

Rowan had intimated to Pakistan; and "Walt Till ants during the entire pagean- jumping. It hap pened to be saving for his future education -
friends recently that he was Next Year", a biography of try. She is presently residingat the second anniversary of the -I just ,hope the color
anxious to resume his careeras Jackie Robinson,first Negroto '! the Shelbome Hotel where Roosevelt, founded on Inde- TV doesn't interfere with his
writer. play major league baseball contest headquarters: are held.
pendence Day, 1963, and in home work.
Rowan could noi be reached in modern times. She states that the main event observance of the occasion The Roosevelt's own record -

for comment shortly aft- IIOLLOWBLL CITED-Do- she's looking forward to is there was a huge tent pitchedin is a tribute to thrift and
er news of the President's President John F. Ken- attending the Miss Universe determination. the of
nald L. Hollowell, a promi- :the parking lot, under In space
acceptance of his resignationwas nedy appointed Rowan nent Atlanta Oat attorney, Coronation Ball where tickets which musical aggregationswere just two years,the institution
assistant of are available to the public
released from the sum- deputy secretary has been cited by the NAACP performing, refreshmentswere reports as sets $7,646,200.92 .-
from .
ranging $50 to $150.A
mer White House in Texas. state for public affairs in Legal: Defense and Educational being dispensed-and to become the fastest
However, Herb McGush- 1961. In May, 1963, Ken- Fund, Inc. for his legal 11 1 _-.- prizes were be ing awarded. growing savings institution .
in, USIA deputy director for nedy named him ambassador efforts on behalf of the civil Gregory signed the guest in Dade County.

public information, said to Finland. rights movement. Hollowell, J
Rowan had agreed to stayon President John F. Kennedy 47, has been involved in virtually -
picked him early in Racists Paint Smear
"indefinitely" until a successor every major Georgia SignsLast I
is chosen. 1964 to head the USIA. civil rights and civil liberties ,

Rowan, a prize-winning In April, Johnson named court case since he weekend someone "Many of them pray hard

journalist succeeded the late another distinguished newspaperman became associated with the smeared "Nigger" and on Sunday and sow hate on
Edward R. Murrow in the Howard B. Legal Defense Fund 10 years "KKK"
on a garage at Monday. No, I don't thinkit .1
sensitive post The USIA di- Woods, executive editor, SL ago. I 1050 N.W. 87th St., own- was children that did this.
rector is often referred to as Louis Argus, to serve as an
ed by Mrs. Louise De Ren- I think it was an adulL"BACK
the "Image Maker" of the associate director of USIA.. zoo

BIER HONORING MRS. x1 According to police report

DOROTHY BROOKSThe 'P;' the woman had sold FROM GERMANY(

Churches Landlords .:.. '. .<. ,;:!.:... her home to a Negro. First Lieutenant Wilbert
Embers Restaurant on .... told
::- .". Neighbors a news
I Miami Beach was the scene } ': :;" .: reporter that they disliked the B. Forbes, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Provide Low Cost of a gala dinner party on July action of the vandals, and Erskine Forbes, 1840 N.W.
HousingNegro 12 honoring the birthday of .:.: -:::.' ,. one house wife expressed the 63rd St., has just returned
from Frankfurt, Germany with
Mrs. Dorothy Brooks of 5737
churches, with an Negro churches are tak- North Bay Road on the Beach.In few years ago Mrs. Robinson hope that in time they would his wife and son, Lieutenant
assist from the Federal Housing ing full! advantage the little- attendance with Mrs. was asked by "Jet" Ma- learn better Forbes will be visiting here

Administration; are tak- known provision, Ebony Brooks were Mrs. Emma Ward gazine to interview a Miss "I'm terribly ashamed with his parents for two weeks.He .
ing the lead in providinglow says. of Miami Mrs. Constance .Universe. contestant from Africa. of th esc people around here"said then will return to Ft
cost housing for their Negro In Los Angeles, a $3.8 Kulok Mr. David Kulok and act first year to a man in his 60s, Ritchie, Maryland for duty.
official hostess
for the
Ebony magazine million senior citizens homeis
parishioners Miss Bryna Kulok,all of Miami
points out in its July going up under the spon- Beach and Mr. Winston Kulok pageant.When asked the -
sorship of the Peoples Independent question I
who flew into town for the "How
issue.Calling the churches"The Church of Christ occasion. many languages do you
new landlords" the magazine In Dallas the 300-apart- Dinners at Embers was speak? She smiles and says Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
"I speak English and French I
reveals how churchesare ment Kstell Village developed followed by entertainmentat ,
pouring millions of dol- at a cost of $2.8 million, the Silver Fox O-Oo-Go at a little Spanish and very little
lars into housing projects in is completed and nearly 100 the Carrillon Hotel, where German. and Russian. Mrs. Robinson "MR. JACK"FOR
major cities across the na percent occupied. The project Esther Sutherland, star and is the daughter 0 f the
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday,"July 16, 1965
President Johnson Is deeply heartened by the

national reaction to the first year of opera-
tions under 'the 1954 civil rights law. A report -

on these operations said they have Act _"in .......-- -- -... .. "' ---
the nation well on the way toward the a An application for a fed-: organization was fot7ned
goal of ending divisions in the nation. eral charter to operate a in March. 1963. said the
E: SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher 1 Savings and Loan Association organization proposes to
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor NAACP in Tampa 'has been serve members of all
Thurgood Marshall, well known filed with the Federal races if it is chartered
.Uomber' of the National Newspapers Publishers Association lawyer and later federal judge, has received Home Loan Bank Board

SUBSCRIPTION, RATES another promotion. President Johnson has ap- by ten Negroes and two

''WE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3,00 FOREIGN $6.00 pointed him as Solicitor General of the United whites.A Phil Ossofer
important position in public hearing has
Entered.as Second Class Matt.r, August 9, 1927 at the Post States. This is a highly been scheduled In Washington -
Office at Miami Florida, under the act of March'8, 1876, the Judiciary but Judge Marshall's qualification for Tuesday, July The baptism of Luci Johnson -
and reputation are well known and fits 27 at 10 a.m. to hear any the president's daughter
Office at 6740 N.W, 15th Avenue Phon. OX 041 him for that position.The protest or objections to In hare the caused Catholic Faith seems to

"CREDO! OF THE NEGRO PRESS" Miami Times join with the host of the granting of the char- tion in religious some circles.contemn: ,
The NEGRO PRESS believes that Amorlea boat toad and This*
con others who congratulate Judge Marshall is regrettable, einci '
.tKe world '(row racial .nd national antogonlsm when ,It oc- ter.If the application is the per.
cords to ovary man regardless .f race, creed ... color his wish for him continued success. granted It will mark the pose of religion is to bring together
not to
tinman and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no'man-tho fourth federal charter the various branches seperate. Until
Negro pros* strives to help ovary man In the firm belief that President Johnson has made another granted In Florida In religion the one
(I prefer to
>aU men or* hurt as long as anyoa Is held' back. which Negroes have an consider
I appointment. Former governor of Mississippi religion like race.., there is
James P. Coleman to the Fifth Circuit Interest. Two are located only one because there I is only
PROBLEMThe Roosevelt and
SCHOOL in Miami,
one God), can unite in
Court of Appeals.To one
Franklin, both Integrated.
Florida Civil Rights Union has asked this appointment we have only to say, Washington Shores Sav- branch fold, the adherents of each
would do
the United States Department of Health, "Can a good thing come out of Nazareth?" ings and Loan In Orlando. harmony rather than well to seek. I
Education and Welfare to cut off all federal Let us wait and see. Is comoosed of the all contention. m

:funds to the Dade School system because it Judge Coleman has promised to supportthe Negro directors. To me baptism is a symbol
Is building a segregated school. They told the Supreme Court rulings and Civil Rights Negroes listed as appli- of repentance and inward
cants for the Tampa -
people of Richmond Heights they had good laws one hundred per cent. are: operations cleansing signifying punficfr
: to believe they will get an immediate tion of the soul. Thus, the
reason Rev. A. Leon Lowery transfer and baptism of an individual -.
:response. ELKS CONVENTIONThe pastor of Beulah Baptist from one denomination -
This followed the protest! by Richmond Church; Raynell Sloan, to another might be takenin
Heights parents to building a segregated Benevolent and Protective Order of personnel director of Cen- two ways. If one wishes to
School in the Heights. Backing the parents Elks held its 101st Grand Lodge Conventionat tral Life Insurance Co.; be antagonistic he could hold
representatives of CORE and the South- the Miami Beach Fontainebleau Hotel with Edward D. Davis presi- to the opinion that, in this
dent of Central Life Insurance
case, Luci considered herselfas
20,000 representatives present for their four-
Christian Federation Leadership
era Co.; Joseph V. having her soul purified,
ence. Some picketing took place.In day meet. Sheehy. principal of Phil- indicating that its previous condition -
our opinion, calling or threatening Governor Haydon Burns gave the visitorsa lip Shore Elementary (in the earlier denomiwas -
"to" call in Dr. Martin Luther King was highly warm welcome to Florida. School; Dr. David E. not pure.m .
like of calling Answering a question on Florida's pro- Smith Dr. John L. Hewitt On the other hand, such ac-
It seems a case
unnecessary. and Dr. Caleb E. Wright, tion could be considerd
in the of human relations Governor as
area ,
the man" to frighten children. gress
oo-goo all prominent Tampa dentists acceptance of a required ritual -
We have made much interracial pro- Burns said: and Sumner J and of the Catholic Faith, having
gress in our schools, and otherwise without "We have had good racial relations, a Clerance P. Wilson own- no significance whatso-
calling on Dr. King (whom we admire). In tribute to both races. Times have changed. ers of Wilson's Funeral ever regardimg the denomination
fact don't believe he would even come 'to There are new challenges. I think that Florida Home and Fred Reddy. to which she previously
we has met these prooably many times better than White persons joining( In belonged. I feel that this is
Miami under present circumstances. the
applications are JessJ. thetruth in this mayy r
Calling in outside help in Miami might any other southern state. Yado III and Sidney Regardless of the contra
result in spoiling the worthwhile image we Then he sailed into what' he t e r m e d Osterhout. Yado is a law- versy about Luci, I respect

have created. We think the local chapter of "rabble rousers and self-appointed spokes- yer and Osterhout., an Insurance her for making a personal
the NAACP our Ministers Alliance and Com men" in the Florida civil rights picture saying executive. choice in the matter of relig
Capitalization for the ion. For too few have taken
this type of action "does no good.
munity Relations Board can cope with any Community Federal Savings the interest to investigate religion -
problem that might arise. Rather, said Burns, new opportunities offered and Loan Association for themselves, having
We realize that demonstrations have become Negroes in private industry and under will be 800000. The ten been satisfied with what has
very.popular over the country. We havt Burns appointed educators throughout the Negroes who will com- been handed down to them or
had very little of them in Dade County and state "speak more soundly for progress than prise the board of directors rejecting it all., Truth is one
each pledged ten and when we all investigateit
picket lines and standing on shovels.
much better off for not
-we we are
percent of the capital or to the best of our ability.
This of the .:added
having them. type progress, governor
f $80.000. we will find re igion: truly is
The Richmond Heights people at first appeals more to the "mass of colored than Rev. A. Leon Lewis one. Then we will b able to
wanted a segregated school Now that they their type of demonstration." who was elected temporary -,.become the one fold of the One

have changed heir minds, let them work out president when the Shepherd.

their problems with the school board. We believe ON THE MOON

they can do that satisfactorily.The Scientists have made marvelous strides in WOOLWORTHSoft
latest idea to be building two
small schools. seems the last century. Today they continue to outdo

themselves, and one wonders just what will,

or can happen next.
CIVIL RIGHTS SURVEY As this is being written, the U. S. Space

Surveys are being made of public opinion Craft, Mariner IV, with a record of 131 mil
' on Negro demonstrations in behalf of Civil lion miles from the earth, is scheduled to fly fluffft'ooffirtfffiffon!/

Rights. Have they helped or hurt the cause? past Mars about 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and
' The balance of public opinion in every take 21 pictures, best shots to be taken about

I'' region comes down decisively on the side of 5,493 miles from Mars. Wonderful However, ,.
condemning the tactics of Negro demonstra- we'll stop here and wait further informationfrom ,,,

tI 'ns. outer space. IMPORTED

The bulwark of ultimate authority in the It's predicted that by the year 2,000 men

civil rights struggle has been the federal government will be living on the moon. That's only 36 years z t..y.vi .
especially the executive branch. But away. Those who are here in 1980 will be able ta'"x
today President Johnson maintains only the to tell whether this be so or not. HANDKNITREG

slimmest margin of public support for his pro- Meanwhile, let's all endeavor to make
civil right stance. this world in which we live a better place for

By 51 to 41 per cent people approve of all mankind. CARDIGANS
his civil r '
handling of rights and race problems.This
is down from a 58 to 34 per cent margin ..
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of. support last November. Just since May, 4 "" *(

backing of Mr. Johnson on civil rights among i L' 1R jhia How ri.,: :'t',
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Democrats has gone down three points and .( 4 '1$I't i .r 6 ;
Republicans who voted for him last < ""****" **,.M3 wC dab' 4
among ; -: '+4
: Tht books ,
year has diminished a full 10 points. < ..,-... .J.. ... .' ... or"'1, ...P",4"t : ". 41
The latitude' in behalf by the President in ..:.......
behalf of civil rights could be circubscribedby

the current white apprehensions over the .
course of Negro action Mr. Johnson has madea $8.95SAVE t

major effect on the side of insuring minor- i 980

i ity'sright3 and up to now has rallied majority I : '
support behind him. Now this support has begin From the '
to dwindle. ,t\
of Italy come these fashionable ;
beauties in a wide > .
t FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS array of two-tones, variegated .
President Johnson made some very interesting : and solid colors.]
appointments on Sunday. Major : Artificial Arrangements Potted Plants Raglan] sll'cv's'a11(1 moth- $
Hugh Robinson, a 32-year-old West Point graduate : Funeral Arrangements Our Specialty"A tf
er-of-pcarl buttons.
was appointed to the White House military 4 Lightweight -
staff. but warm. S- I.L.

Other appointments were Attorney William Visual Message with Flowers CorsagesFor
Benson Bryant to the United States' Dis- the Discriminating" USE OUR FREE LAY AWAY

trict Court for the District of Columbia. Bry- Lowrie's Flower Garden Available in Miami. Miami beach, Coral Gables, Perrine,
ant is the second Negro federal judge to be Homestead, Hollywood and West Hollywood
appointed by President Johnson, while Robinson
6030 NW 7th Avenue
is the first to serve on the President's per

sonal military staff. PHONE 759-9)68) NO ANSWER CALL NE 4-5801 d! YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE ATrs
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July has been proclaimed as Dr. Mary MASONS TO LAY presented at the communityc
enter at NW, 14th Avenue
vMcLeod Bethune Month by Governor Haydon CORNERSTONE 64tn St., Sunday, July 18tt ,
Burns. Dr. Bethune, a distinguished educator, To all the masonic family, 2:30: p.m. to participate in a
was the founder of Bethune-Cookman Collegeand men and omen working under corner stone laying at St.
a president of the National Council of the protection of the most James A.M.B. Church at 1845
Negro Women. Worshipful UnionOrand Lodge, N.W. 65th St., Rev. J. B.
P.H.A. in this District, III., Blacknell, p astor.
Juanita Hall has resumed her duties as Get well wishes to Sam Solomon. Rudolph Bradley, Orand Mas
public health nurse after an enjoyable two Mazie Lee Humes and George Storr were ter. L. O. Bode
weeks in New York includinginteresting joined in Holy Matrimony Sunday afternoonat You are requested to be District Deputy

World Fair sites. Salter's, Chapel AME Church. Immediately

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Leaving the keys in your car when you following the ceremony there was a recep- r
park it is against the law in Dade County tion.
so be sure and take yours out. Miami policeare Nice color photo of Carolyn Howard and I Coming To Miami11.c4cP4J .

getting ready to crack down on this ordi five other members of South Florida Girl ""l'.L..r..W\t..... .",*"Y .
nance. Seems this has been the cause of too Scouts in Sunday's Herald. Carolyn left for T i'
.G G/14s
many recent crimes. Roundup near Farragut, Idaho on Sunday re".. .X "I
Laura Hammonds, a retired 'teacher of evening. : f.l ,
Tarb ro, N.C., is visiting a relative, BlanchH. Myrtle Harris, Rena Arnold and Will ; W p ; ,
Dean. On Sunday Laura and Blanch were Anna King from Washington, D. C. took a
the guests of the Samuel Harrisons for dinner. cruise to Nassau via Freeport. They were I I' _

Sincere sympathy to Joyce and Richard guests at Hampton House. GRAND OPENING ___
Fenner in the loss of their infant baby. And Mrs. Carol C. Hanna and daughter,
to the Barkley and Scott families who lost sons Terah are vacationing here from Nassau with I Sunday Night,

through drowning. her mother, Mrs. Marie Cooper of 1831 NW '

Maxle Lopez, daughter Janet and son 13th Ave. I July 18, S

Douglas of Hollywood are vacationing with Birthday greetings also to Edmond John-

relatives Bahamas. in Nassau and Long Island, son. I 7:30 p.m.

Dr. Benjamin H. Atkinson, Liberty City
dentist is taking two weeks off from his prac- ;r : I UNDER THE KG I
tice for a Caribbean vacation. ; : ft for:; :PatIRg<< ( I'

Joycelyn Harriet, daughter of Johnnie r....5'11.alu".1.! '' .,
and Gloria Davis, celebrated her first birth .. ''' ',...,,"' >"w. ",." ."' ",.....\,.I. .I ""' .
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day this week. r \ y I Iaiiaa. .:&"n, :,..'" -- ri a',1<\.'-(UrCIL.1." (. .'"/.1.:.) ,. I CORNER MTE.rAND: 18TH AVENUE N.W. ,

We wonder how many Miamians know Aft Types::o1HoaeR.poirtt'j } { .,,::s" ;....f'A "

that the multi-million Wometco Enterprises QliJ9H gr S 1t***$*,Xty: *t i5 i iw%VPi/ii* I; HEAR WOODFORK AND HiNSON SPEAKERS :
S"' : j
started July 4, 1925 in a Second Ave. Negro 'S 1' ;WJ. wi' % '5brrnhuttjf' |L(
theatre. It was the Lincoln, later changed to *'tl ; 1i : : OPENING SUBJECT
:- IWJRBDV j j : I
the Lyric. It's now a church at 819 NW 2nd jjjBOy, { ;wJAAN'r 4 .; J I Ia
Ave. I"CflLL,JOhN acAnmuR. $PIHM5 ''l "A day in Miami when money will be thrown into the

Mrs. Alice Bullard retrned on Sunday :' h.:,''. '; :" :,:ORt. .t, .. I ttrttts and no ont will plek it up." ,
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from an eight-day visit with relatives and 1':f* $ > .; r.'i' ,,". '' t Hear this gripping subject explained from your Bible. ,
friends in Nassau. Accompanying her is grand t. ". ; : r O"S9""JO .t l': t1' Services Nightly Sundays through Fridays 7:30 p.m.
nephew who will spend his vacation with her ;., ...... ,....... SWE'GUARA4TEE TO PLEASE I f

Miss Cynthia Davis of Nassau_ is vaca- ,. I FREE EVERYBODY WELCOME ,
tioning as the guest of Mrs. Hazel Grant and
other relatives. JOIN THE NAACP L-1

Dennis Smith, retired real estate mogul, Rev.Bert J. B.Cooper Blacknell reporter pastor

has returned from four days in Nassau. Mr. The pastor officers and ;_
Smith, who has travelled throughout Europe, members will march to
claims he never enjoyed himself more. the site of the new build. iS> c 'k $
ing on Sunday after ser- *** ,
Read most major publishing ) ** 'S
vice for the laying of the 4
companies are now placing on the market new corner stone. This will bea c
text books reflecting an integrated society great occasion in pre- W7
with less formal speech patterns.Mr. lude to the dedication of .
and Mrs. Tim entertained the edifice in August. '
Lindsey The Samponite Board \0nleA44W :
friends on Monday at their home with a will have a combination ... ,,
"cook out." fish fry and party at' the .,4d..4A.4 b'S

Skitch Henderson "All Irving BerlinProgram" parish ball Saturday t \ 5.
night. _ ,S ( 3
should provide an enteraining .
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evening on Friday at 7:30 p.m. in the Miami NEW LOVELY HOMES % i .Sr
Stadium. I zMt >

The John Spencers (Verbena) and son 651 H.W. 47th Street I :: .
Open 3-5 p...
Ricky are visiting Mrs. Spencer, twin sister : :
Rowena Williams. The Spencers make their 1835 H.W. 41st Street >\ >'

home in Washington, D. C. 3 larg. bedroons, 2 baths,

Ken Knight of television and radio famein Fla roe., garage, kctrlckltcks.

Jacksonville and his wife, Frenchie, spenta \ & 1 i
few days in town as house guests of the FOR SALE

Dewey Knights (Clara.) Large Lots All Sites \c : : 'jt: '

Alberta Edwards is studying new approaches Liberty City,Coconut Grove (

to the teaching of algebra this Bummer Easy TersHoMoii.yDowi v ; N
at the University of Virginia.Mr. ,
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and Mrs. Eddie Perpall (Vivian) of BUILD OH YOUR LOT OR f
Washington are visiting Eddie's mother, Mrs. OURS : f
Sybil Foster. '7 S i4'x
Cash Paid for Lots HOMOS
Dr. Marion Myles has been named an assistant
Need Monty? Call Baron
professor of pharmacology and research -
at the University of Mississippi. Dr. JE 81340eop

Myles is a native of Pennylvania and a former iV S %A c
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professor of biology at Alcorn A and M Co! -"' : k
lege. Hi REsPoi4f$_ ;

Fran Chambers is home again after a 16 aLDIWGIeRVICE5TD'' .
day stay in Mercy Hospital where she under <*<'lJTH.'i' ;.COMMUNITY" ::.

went major surgery. HYIMC St IUIUfMC.
Earline Cliette entertained I,. ; '
Saturday .f { CAlL STANLEYra
evening for her houseguests, Mazie Rogers of I '- 4
Deland and Mr. and Mrs. Edward (Inez) PL'MIM; S
Watkins of New York City. (-T iBeewttfitl. ,H.M.e SAsk -"
wishes for I ', Built en Y*r &..t i. +
Happy Birthday are Sarah '
Alexander W. Brooks, Nettie Chandler 6 ,,
Attractive' Alter** any woman who owns an electric dishwasher. She is so proud of it-and rightly sol!
Williams Leatha D. Williams
Dwight t.isAdJIfles
1 An electric dishwasher ends forever a drudging chore. Washes, rinses, and dries auto,
Jimmie L. Brown, Valaria Elise Johnson, Wil- I ...... U.: D.iotIskys "
liam J. Stirrup, Bessie Carter, Ben Lunday, ,, W." OtS matically (even pots 'n pans). She can join in family-fun while everything gets doneMt
Charles L. Baker and Michael Strachan.Get > "...,_ 8.,114. better, cleaner, and more sanitary than ever possible by hand. Safeguards family healtt\ ,)
( .Awe', Now' H..o Saves an hour a day. and hands stay lovelier, too! IM
well wishes to Arthur King who was frC.fliJ0.fw, .Posto MowS
in freak home accident last week- SSSRwi1af0. $ .;;:>."/
injured end. a ;:.< "MNt$<> >fcnfc' '_I..S)I' ::\'',: AN ELECTRIC FOOD _ _ _ .!J'
In order to serve you better CommunityDrug /; >" < teams up perfectly with _ 1 Set your appliance ,
has employed another registered pharmacist 'JTAMLCY' BUILDERS, the dishwasher for a _ _ dtaler or plumbing
Miamian Lonnie Murphy, a FAMU .ttr ,:.-::' .I.I .' :'LL5Lks.tks.s.4 j' tidier cleaner kitchen. contractor now .
.) ; ' graduate. t ,. ; than ever. it's so easy _ _
.y ,,,, lii$ .
business : ; ; \ .;: ; to enjoy them both.
Carl Hanna, Mays High manager :1 _tt"'lf 7'"' '
has returned from two weeks vacatiorin :,"" i'iti
Washington, D. C. with his brother Harry. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY HELPS 3UILD FLORIDAr ]

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 16, 1965 7

I PRETTY BOY OF Steve will fill the bill I read in the Miami

i I THE WEEK: Chuck Herald that golf and taxes are alike, "Y o. .,

Newcombe, Miami i i drive for the green and wind up in the hole."

pdI ..,:..'. ',ill' s Beach Federal What happened to our unofficial Negro
opt PRETTY GIRL OF Mayor, Charles Hadley? I hardly see or hearof

THE WEEK : Essie M. him recently If you are a "finger licker -

Barnett, Waitress at ," try George's Old Hickory Smoked Barbecue

My Cousin's Place.POLICEMAN on 8th Street and N. W. 4th Ave. George

A' '" OF Lewis, the owner, really knows how to make!

1' THE WEEK Walter that sauce wow!
I ( ) BY DAVE BONDU J, ,, Headley. Ye Ole Editor, Garth Reeves, took in the

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Disc Jockey of the concert on the Beach when Leonard DePaur
Someone in Richmond Heights pushed the Week: "Wildman"Steve. conducted, then being greedy had to come to

panic button, and the next thing we know, My Cousin's Place to dig the sounds. He is

,'Martin's boys are here. I have the greatest respect The Coca Cola Company wants you to realize definitely a music lover telling on the

for Rev. Martin Luther King and the that it is the first and only soft drinkcompany Times staff, Eunice, our secretary and VariType -
greatest, admiration for the people who have and her hubby David, didn't makeit
in the whole wild world to come out op, ,
followed him into Mississippi, Alabama and with the flip-top which is ideal for traveling, last Saturday night but promise they will

other areas where they have made many people picnics, and just at home parties. Remember a -this weekend. They found out that is where
listen, take notice and open doors, but I sin- they live life golden minute of it.
few weeks back I wrote that they were aboutto can every
cerely feel that this is not needed in Miami. I PEACE!
take a big step in the South Florida area?
do with building segregated school
agree a
Well, they are putting on a Negro representative -
I with the and residents of
and parents
to tap the Negro market, which is a vast
Richmond Heights 100 but whoever
one. They are making history among soft drink
pushed that panic button forgot that we havea
companies in two ways, Flip-top, and the first
wide black and white conference table
big, ,
Negro representative. National Coca-Cola rep- ,
in Miami and believe it
that we use me, resentative
Charles Boone, was here last I
has been put to good use. These persons did
week to conduct the interviews with the 10 "'
not give much, if any, credit to our leaders, 1
applicants. We do not have any idea who will
officials and state officials who
city county :
be selected, but will let you know as soon as
have done so much to make this city a placeto ;
the executives announce their decision. Maywe
be of. I not denying ,that thereis
proud am
wish the selected one the best of luck and
yet much to be done, but the race relationsand
congratulations, to the Coca-Cola Co. for their
progress we have made has been excellentand
progressive move as an equal opportunity em-
Father Gibson, Mayor Robert King High,
ployer. Now bet-
we can really say, "things go
Rev. Graham, J. O. Brown, A D. Moore, Donald ter with Coke."

Jones, Dave Kennedy, Alice Wainwright,
It is strange how the Kiwanis Club does
Steve Clark, Hardy Matheson, Alex Gordon ..
have American members in its t
and our other Commissioners and School not any Negro
Board officials have done a marvelous job organization in the U. S., yet there are Negro
members and officials in its International FLAG RAISING AND and what It should man to
along these lines and a lot of proud Miamians, citizen
every of these
clubs. If a member of the Nassau Kiwanis visitsa DEDICATION
including Mayme and I, have said to many CEREMONIESBy United States.
visitors to our city, Come to Miami, we don'thave club in the U. S. he-is accepted, and if a mem- Sue Harris Historian The Flag was raised by
here ber of the U. S. club visits Nassau, he associ- Sgt.at-Arms. Jack Russell -
problems as you can see. and Dedi-
ates with this same Negro member in social Flag Raising Legion Post 29. Re-
Right at this moment, while I am writing, cation Ceremonies spon-
view by the Civil Air Patrol
affairs and meetings. I hope to kiss a duck, if
sored by the John Grif-
the School Board and the citizens are consid- with Lt. Robert Wilcox .-
I can understand its policy of not offering fin Post 165 and auxiliary in \
ering a compromise not because of out- command.
membership to some of our fine gentlemen in of the 10th District American Colors
wide "black were retired by
siders, but because of that shiny
Dade the U. This'is Legion were held the Color
County and other parts of S. Guard. Com-
and white" conference table. We do not need July 5 at 7 a.m. in frontof mander Clark in his clos-
another example of the non-sensical idea of
"outsiders" to fight our battles for us, we fight the chapel of the Lin- ing remarks thanked the

them ourselves, in our own way and get things segregation. coln Memorial Park with Comrades for demonstrating -
done" These outsiders say that they are "non- QUICK QUOTES DEPT: Lonnie Satin will Commander Robert L. their dedication by
at My Cousin's Place this Friday, Sat- Clark in command. ther participation and
violent, but what can be more violent than a appear Commander Clark stat-
molotov cocktail thrown in a citizen's yard urday and Sunday along with Dave Akins'Trio ed that "This service is in presence their; loyalty and the to visitorsfor the

while he and his family are watching TV, in Now "ain't that going to be a blast?" commemoration of service- memory of the men wbR
an otherwise peaceful community. The Com- Ken Knight. the big man of Radio and TV of men here in this and served this country "with \

munity Relations Board settles the matter, Jacksonville, is in Miami recuperating from a other hallowed grounds." 'honor. The auxiliary serv-
The folk the Satellite The colors were pre- ed coffee and doughnuts.
slight illness at
with the "commotion" that went on over
even sented by the Color Guardof Tenth District American
the weekend. Best thing for all concerned, in where Manager Bill Harris holds the dUe of the 10th District Amer- Legion Posts participating

my opinion and that of a lot of other people, the "most gracious host" are still swingingwith ican Legion. Guest speaker Included Harvey Seeds

is to let us handle our own problems, and let Freddie Green on the organ. It is still the Lt. Col. Claude C Post'29. Miami Shores 124.
swinging spot where friends meet An old Clark USA Ret.. based Opa-locka 144. Coconut
the outsiders back to the areas where
go his remarks on the Amer- Grove 182 and
friend of mine, Clay Tyson, will, be one of the Hialeah
they are most needed.. If anyone wants to ican Flag what It meansto '
featured attractions at the Mr. James Club 300.Photos
punch a panic button, make sure the bell will the service men who by Johnson of
this weekend. The Marvels and Wild Man
defend it even to death, Miami.
ring in the middle of that conference table.

Let us not discourage ourselves or bring about

racial incidents that need not happen here Here's The Score -I

with rumors or panic. Let us be sensible and
intelligent and make Miami an even better On Report Cards

place to welcome our guests and visitors from Decause of the new Mr. James Club *

all parts of the world At the conference summer school program
table It can be done being held at Allapattah '
Junior High School this I CORNER .NW. 611STREET .

Melvin L. Reese, our hard-working, dynamic summer students did many not of receive the PRESENTS
who has his hands full
City Manager, the report cards at the
trying to run a city this size with a "handful"of end of the regular school

help, is trying to get traffic lights installedat year. All students who 4rmTT' \

those dangerous corners where accidents are attending the sum-

occur frequently. Please do not forget that mer school program will
be issued their report ,I
I others are involved in cards on the last day of
what Mr. Reese does. summer school along with

,t. '1 rI j There are the Mayor, their summer school report
S A City Commissioners and card.
I All students who did
others who have
many not attend the summer
to concur with that school program can report -
which he is doing. This to the main officeon

man not only has the July 23 to pick up I
business of the Cityto their report cards. II
( '
manage, but handlesall I

phases of city prop- '

erty, including the Golf Lii- ''

course which he insists ( ...,,..... 1
must be kept in ,

the best of shape for X db

our local players, as

well as our visitors.

Our hats are off this week to our man with the

City of Miami on his shoulders, Melvin L. n

Reese. Co Stp ,Pop eat oad



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plNp Butterboll, Your H"t & M.C
Smiling Eddie Lee Pitt- Swt aada
man, popular local businessman M<<
I is the new own- ,, Sheiks July 16.-17-1a ;
Where old and new friends atet er c' the Dive-Inn Bar .

1772 NW 79th St. Phone WAME's Wildnan Steve
reaaleat1 ore M.C.
(191-9431. He invite* all
his old friends to come See Wildman & Clay do parts from their album
PHONE 759-8422 4400 N.W. 7TH AYE. and meet new friends.
Everyone w&lcome Inclf

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t o THE- MIAMI! TIMES, Friday., July 16*. 1965
(m 1 V rrmiilin
Ls. w:. ,z.\'f': ,; ,1'0 State Task Force to
>" .,. ', "" ::::'n,' r8DfFr
I \',t ,,", ":, ,' ;'..'(' :;. ,..\''!!" Mr. Bond
: ;".'" ;\, 11 :, ..... .d; : :y Aid Fired Negro Teachers
"'""-- \ ___r'a.._ ._.__.;CWIr_.,"''''' ,,', ...:" t.fi; the
n helle' office A bi-racUl "task force"was On the task force were Beautician of Week
Five night clubs in the ed to the Glade appointed Wednesday by placed Dr.James T. Campbell,
Pahokee-Bdla Glade area of the Palm Beach County State School Superintendent director of administration; Dr. .
were raided early Saturdayby sheriff by buses from the Thomas D. Bailey to held find Fred Turner, director of instruction .
.. .
state beverageagentsandsheriffs State Department of Correction jobs for Negro teachers who ;James Cant, specialist "
deputies and 113 and booked. lose their positions because of is secondary education,
persons Including onejuven- Emma Lou Hall,52;Willie integration. and Eugene Garfield, a legal
James Tillman, 50 and There immediate a.'
lie, were arrested. ; was no
Agents seized playing'cards Jesse L. Joyce, 32-all of evidence of deliberate dis- aide.Holmes County was con-
dice and so Bdle Glade-were chargedwith liberate dismissal of Negro sidering closing one Negro
bolita slips, one deputy many said, possession of whisky teachers in Florida, Bailey school, the Bayview School at S
"it looked like with Intent to sell without said, but some faced losing Bonifay, leaving 10 Ne gro
a tickertapeparade"
license. their jobs as Negro schools teachers jobless Bailey said.

The officers also seized George Washington Jr., close under the Civil Rights ,, P

233 bottles whisky, 98 bot- and' Christine Palmer Kilpa- Acts.Many of these teachers He said that the closing of &
tles of beer and 35 bottles of trick were charged with pos- will who become excess and Douglas School in Monroe
wine in the pre-dawn raid. session of beverage not permitted jobless, through no fault of County released 34 teachers, 4
arrested werehaul- by their licenses. but 27 were transferred to
Those their,own! will be well;qualified r
teachers with ,other schools in, the, county, '
many, ears :
of teaching experience 'and while the others certificates _
skills'needed in our schools -: : !

Bailey'said.: _. .'J'*
> :,, *The problem, of dislocation -
Z Made up of members:of\his, '
gtr office staff, he saidthe'sk; :; ,is certain! to!"exist in ?
he said, the force would seek other counties Fks similar con
to relocate jobless teachersin solidations take place,"
7'By a county or in other parts'of Bailey:said. "We'must be prepared -
'to be 'of assistance,
the state "so no good
- -- Walter Bowe teachers will be lost to edu- both to the county and to the
individual teacher.
The South Broward cation. \ 't
You and your familyare
VFW will meet Sunday, cordially Invited to attend -
at 5 p.m. at the post homeon church Sunday at 7

The Pembroke Road. a.m.Baptist at Church New ,Macedonia 2201 SW Core Joins DeaconsFor i iWelcome

Light Lodge
48th Ave., West Holly-

will. at meet the Friday Masonic Hall.at 8p.m. wood. Sunday night there Mary Wilson, of Mary's House of Beauty;
will also be a special DefenseDr. authorized of Mr. Bond
532 N.W. 2nd Avenue, as agent
TTfe\ Carver Ranches Fire program after services. Wigs. Mrs. Wilson is well known as vice president of
'Dept. meets Monday at the Hallandale Spiritual the Young Business Women's Club in Miami; treasurerof
8 pm. at the Fire Stationon Singers. Come one, come Scores, the Negro vigilante group. Beauticians Unit. No. 7, and the current presidentof
44th Ave. at 21st St. all. King I Earnest Thomas of Jones- the Shop-owner's guild. Mrs. Wilson graduated from
boro, La., \itepresidentand Ceasor's University in 1959; she holds a plaque from
Move To full time organizer for the the Jones Beauty School in Jacksonville, Fla. Ava-
Deacons, told CO UK's an-
. North Miami Beach NewsThere nual convention that civil lon photo.

"Violence"DURHAM rights workers need the Deacons .
will be a Wig Tea Crafts Soft Ball for the girls.
"to let the Klan know
given Sunday July 18, at Oak Come and have' fun. We are .
N.C.-NIP that the whole is
Grove Baptist Church, 1401 sponsoring a talent show. The ) Negro as a
N.E. 152nd Terr., N. Miami time will be announced later. Expressing himself as opposed not nom'iolent." Whether the alliance with broader, more intensiu'
Beach, from 4-6 p.m. Spon- The park is open from 9 a.m. to any organizationthat National director James the Deacons, as both are fund-raising campaign to
sored by Mrs. Ruby M. Caste- to 9 p.m. daily. Mrs. Ruby might resort to arms, Farmer said COKE, which preparing fund-raising ef meet operating expenses 01 l
Low and Mrs. Mattie M.Smith. Castelow is supervisor.Mrs. even for defensive purposes, reportedly has been workingwith forts, will help or hinder $900,000.The .
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the Deacons in Jones- .
The public is invited. Rev. CORE remains to be seen, organization,according
Henderson is pastor. I Vasco Rogers left for last week put his personal boro and Bogalusa, La., will observers agree. A spokesman to Alan Gartner directorof
Kentucky to visit her sister.We stamp of disapproval on the ,cooperate with them in any said CORE is $250- fund-raising, is aiming at
Washington Park Recreation hope she has a safe tripan Deacons for,Defense and Justice 'communities where the Deacons 000 in debt and plans a a $1 million a year incomi
Dept. is having Arts and an enjoyable vacation. and the Congress of Ra- are organized.The .
dal Equality. vigilante groups are
CORK and Dr. King are needed In Louisiana protect
H Go to Church Sunday group at variance has aligned because itself with the NegrosfromtheKu Klux] Vacation
: Klan, Farmer said. Indirect time takes on added zest. I
opposition Dr. King said: When you own a "Heat Treat."
"We can't win our struggle And
enjoy an abundance of
with violence and to cloakit energy
under the name of defen- And year round rest.

sive violence really is no ans-
BANK "The Heat Treat"FREE
TIL5P.M. wer."The line of demarcation

between aggressive and defensive -
violence is very slim.
*"fc"- fcfc'- "The Negro must have WITH A MONEY BACK GUARANTEEBY
? allies to win his struggle for
equality," Dr.King continued O'CONNOR T. CLARK

"and our allies will not $12.00 month 21 months No down.or .
lIT per money
surround a' violent move-
LINCOLN ment. What protects us from $259.50 cash.CREATIVELY.
; the Klan is to expose its YOURS P.O. BOX 56

brutality. We can't outshootthe Edison Center Station Miami Fla. 33156
F Klan. We would only a-
lienate our allies and lose
sympathy for our cause.

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday July 16 1965 9
__.. u u. .. u __ : .,_ -,

r WEEKLY Recognition DayOn ....:---r \

Sunday at 3:30 p.m. Ik'kt) % 0t4 ;-

SQ D" i.'I'i..r' ,'L':6': : O/ TE" ,> observed Recognition at Day the will Dade be : ,. -t-

.... w,. '*" ..-.oA'" 4' -iO ,, : County Children's Homein t-4V4 ,+ h
The guest M
BY MR.:BOND MODELS speaker for the occasion f ,, t14 1 + vt
will be Mrs. Margaret q G MYI

I- Evans. She will be presented yQ
MR. BOND'S WEEK by Mrs. Eva Bry- I r w
ant. The Choraleers, directed -
THAT WASA m by Robert Bryant _
will give selections. Sev-
special welcome to eral of the children will
Mrs. Ruth Reed, wife of that be taking part. Super-
wonderful singer, Nopleon visor Alfonso Williams
Reed, to the "family." will conduct Recognition.
And greetings to more Rev. Ernest HutchesonJr.
"new friends" of Mr. Bond: will give the bene- --a t4J
Viola Carr, Elizabeth Stuart, diction. 1
Sara Harvey, Mrs. Mango,Mrs. 'r
Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Ross, Mrs. ';'.' .. ,

HertUy, and Mrs. Moor. SOUTH DADE NEWSBy __n_ ______ .
I And ladies, in case you haven't heard, Mr. Bond Mrs. Susie Williams The Pink Carnation Cir- gave a short talk, showing, Robert, 1169 N.W. 45th St.
features a complete line of WIGLETS and PONY cle sponsored its Appreciation his appreciation with the sup- Mr. C. C. Miller, president;
TAILS. TREAT your teen-ager to a pony tail. TREAT I Mrs. Carrie Lou Frier- Dinner at the Bonfire Res- port of his members and ask- Mrs. Josephine McLoy, vice
yourself to a wiglet, a wonderful piece of glamour in son is visiting her brother taurant on June 24 at 9 p.m. ed for the continuation of president; Mr. sanford Harris,
warm weather. I In Baltimore for a The dinner was 'erved by their cooperation. secretary; Mrs. Dorrie Lee
month vacation. Her waitress with a pleasant All members are asked to Parker, financial
GET WELL SOON: Mrs. Ada Williams. secretary;
was sorry to hear of your accident. brother Is Josh Sloan. hospitality and a deliciousmenu. be present at the St. John Mr. Asa Hunter treasurer and
:The members and their Baptist Church at 3:30 p.m. Mrs. Fannie S. Gaddy, reporter -
SOCIAL NOTES Mr. Fitzpatrick is recuperating guests enjoyed a delightful Sunday July 18. Also our regular .
in South Miami evening.The meeting is held at 5
Model Claudine Allen'brought hew junior model. Hospital. Friendsare president Mr. Miller p.m. at the home of Mrs. C.

The model, Oil. Chovers, was brought to the home of urged to visit him. -
Mrs. Agnes Chapman, and the ladies loved watching
Miss Chovls demonstrate poise. Services at Mt. Mortah
Mrs. Bennett, was our charming hostess. The mo- Baptist Church continueto
dels: Janice Maycock, Olie Chavers, and Ophelia be Interesting and well
Mitvons. Main feature: A Mr. Bond Model BEFORE and attended.
AFTER her wig, of course! Sunday morning two
EASTERN STAR'S ANNUAL "STARS ON PA- people joined the church. in Dade CountyASSETS
RADE" TEA was held at the John Scott Center. Our A seven-year-old girl fastest growing
hostess: Wando Jones. Our models: Aza Lee Hunt and and a woman who has
Alice Jennings. Junior models: Barbara Lindsley, c'nnstian experience.
Frances White, and Erica Williams. We loved the Our pastorial days are
"Weary Travellers" and the Herman Singers." the second and fourth JULY 4 1963284392.61
Our hostess: Thelma Courtney. Mrs. Courtney'shome Sunday of each month ,
: modern and elegant. Our models: Susan Allen Everyone is cordially 1 in
Junior models: Frances Ross and Dorothy Brown. vited. ASSETS JUNE 30, 1964-4,117,399.61

Cloudine Allen had a lovely personal visit at Out of town visitors
the home of Mrs. Beatrice Nelson. last Sunday were Mrs. ASSETS JUNE 30 1965-7,646,2O0.92
For a BEAUTY SOCIAL at home, church, or club Maybell Bannister Nassau ,
given by a Mr. Bond Model on beauty, charm and ; Ivory Miller. Sneed,
poise or wiggery, call Miss Allen at 759-2842. Miss Fla. and Mrs Jean Col-
Allen will also arrange a personal beauty consultation lins, Thomasville Ga
at your home with Mr. Bond Model. Area visitors included

STOP AND SHOP AT: Barbara Thomas Ethel !
Mr. Bond's "Lavender Salon 1552 N.W. 54th St. Davis. Maudie Chiles. Es- OW ROOSEVELT matches your
telle Henderson, Willie B.
CALLOWAY'S CORNER McCowan and Florence savings dollars withIIGREEN

Action Club for Youth Fitness a group of Cen- *
tral Miami Teen-agers' met Sunday at Dixie Park anddecided In and Around ,
the possibility of a record hop with "Bingo"
Butterball at the helm Nearly 114 teen-agers were
my guests at the "Pops" concert last Sunday to see the BahamasThe
and hear our own Leonard de Paur give us a high- 74 STAMPSAmerica's
light rendition of "Lost in the Stars" featuring Inez
Mathews and George Marshall. Queen's birthday
honors list included 11 per-
oldest and most valuable
LADIES, LADIES sons in the Bahamas. Dr.

Have you been reading about the new styles for Raymond W. Sawyer,D.D.S. .
fall? Really, Baby Doll Clothes oh you Baby Doll! F.I.C.D., M.B.A., was named '
l I am MC'ing an unusual* fashion show presented by Commander of the Most Ex-

Mr. Bond Model, Roz Hill and Lory's Fashion Shop, Empire cellent for Order distinguished of the British voluntary EARN FROM THE 1stIf
at the Parisian Room, July 16. Will I see you there??
,. service to the people
-- of the Bahamas over many you save Now thru the 20th4icurr
Commissioner James Al-
lardyce Campbell of Arthur's
Join the NAACP
Town, Cat Island, has been
named MBE a member of the DIVIDENDPaid
British Empire "for devotedand nt
successful community
development in Cat Island,
and Compounded Quarterly
particularly in agriculture."
BLUE NOTE BAR Cyril Augustus Bowen, retired -
ass istant postmaster was
honored with the CDE award
5211 NW 17 Ave for hi s 48 years of"meritorious -
service to the people of the When you open or add I
Bahamas." to your account with You get:
The Friendliest Bar in Town Supt. of Police John T.
I Crawley, and Dennis J. Mor- C 10. . . 10 stamp
gan.M.M..director of music for For Example: 2oo . . 200 stamps 1 t.

'. .- the police force received the OOO . . BOO stamps
J. Colonial Police Medal for

We're Waving A Party!! Meritorious The Queen's Service.Certificate and M ..:;'::';"
Badge of Honor were awardedto Account Insured up to $10,000 :80"1Your | I by an Agency of the U.S. Government
Mrs. Elizabeth Aranha, :"" ;

Sunday July 18 Post Office executive; Living-
stone Garfield Dullard head Miami's 100% Integrated Savings Institution...
teacher, Rolleville, Exuma; First to be State-Chartered in the Entire South
Thomas William Gardiner,
1 to 7 p.m. Customs Department; the Rev.

Percy A. Gibson, head teacher
and evangelist, Alice Town,
YOU HELP US Eleuth era; Miss Pearl Glinton,
ARE INVITED TO midwife, Curren t Island; ROOSEVELT&LOAN

mer wardmaster of the Prin-
THE BLUE NOTE cess Margaret Hospital. % LOAN
Maxwell J. Thompson, who
Noisemakers etc.
Free Hats has served as Stipendiary and !I.HM UitM FinoiKiol Ctnttr.6015 NW 7rii A vs.Miami,Fla.,1$4-4541
Circuit Magistrate, as Parliamentary -
Come in and say "hello" to Registrar and Traffic -

Elinor, Foots, Bessie, Ruth, Louise and Betty I Court Judge, has been recommended HOURS
I the Judiciary Service Commission Mo.-Tot.-Wd. tOOSIVIlT SAVINGS' L LOAN ASSOCIATION
ENJOY OUR COLD! COLD! BEER I for appointment to the hurt MU ..w./A AvtuM,Mimi),".,U. Otpt.Mt
RIBS the newly created post of 130: im It 4:03: pm Gentlemen:Attached III'check,In the amount 01/t.- PIIII.open in accountS
DELICIOUS BARBECUE I Chief Mag I strate. r S lilt Mmt shown below and send m' my putbook inituri card and green itimpl
HOME-COOKED. f:JO in It 1.00 pm NAME

Friday and'Saturday are fun nights. i Register Vote Sftwrf.yf ADDRESS
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, July 16, 1965 )jf-

mngfmCmm fei State Appoints Task Force to

I' Mr. Boa:
?UiArreited Aid Fired Negro TeachersA .

n..n nnn _- bi-raclal "task force" On the task force were Beautician of the Week=
ed to the Belle Glade officeof :
, Five night clubs in the was appointed Wednesday by placed Dr.James T. Campbell t t
Pahokee-Bella Glade area the Palm Beach County State School Superintendent director of administration; Dr. .
were raided early Saturdayby sheriff by buses from the Thomas D. Bailey to held find Fred Turner, director of Instruction '-
state beverageagentsand State Department of Correction jobs for Negro teachers who ;James Gant,specialist -
sheriff's deputies and 113 and booked. lose their positions because of is secondary education,
persons including onejuven- Emma Lou Hall,52;Willie integration. and Eugene Garfield, a legal
lle, were arrested. James Tillman, 50; and There was no immediate aide.
Agents seized playing Jesse L. Joyce, 32-all of evidence of deliberate dis- Holmes County was considering -
cards, dice and so Belle Glade-were chargedwith liberate dismissal of Negro closing one Negro
bolita slips, one deputy many said, possession of whisky teachers in Florida, Bailey school, the Bayview School at f
"it looked like a ticker-tape with Intent to sell without said but some faced losing Bonifay leaving 10 Ne gro
parade." license. their jobs as Negro schools teachers jobless Bailey said.
close under the Civil Rights
The officers also seized George Washington Jr.,

233 bottles of whisky,98 bot- and' Christine Palmer Kilpa- Acts.Many of these teachers He said that the closing of
tles of beer and 35 bottles of trick were charged with pos- will who become excess and Douglas School in Monroe
wine in the pre-dawn raid. session of beverage not permitted jobless through no fault of County released 34 teachers,
Those arrested were haul by their licenses. but 27 were transferred to
their,own will be well qualif
; }
led teachers with many jests other schools to, the, county
j of and fh'o' others\ certificates
teaching: experience '
skills needed in our schools,"';expired" and,they" ,'were no t'The longer -
Dai ley"said. __ :, ::' "eligible. of' dislocation
Made of members offhis'offiCdi '
IO' up <
s Is certain exist in
staff, he said,[jUte task: "' to ,
oib other counties as similar con I
he sfd, the force would seekto .
relocate jobless teachersin solidations, take place" .
Bailey( "'said. "We must be pre- .
in other
a county or parts'
pared to be of assistance,
of the state "so no good'tuche
both the and the
to county to
-- ----'By Walter Dowe rs will be lost to edu
cation. individual teacher.
The South Broward You and your familyare
VFW will meet Sunday, cordially invited to attend '. 1\1, ,
at 5 p.m. at the post homeon ,,
church Sunday at 7
Pembroke Road. a.m. at New Macedonia Core Joins DeaconsFor ,
Baptist Church, 2201 SW I
The Star Light Lodge 48th Ave., Wtest Holly-

will. at meet the Friday Masonic Hall.at 8p.m. wood. Sunday night there ,, Welcome Mary Wilson, of Mary's House of Beauty, ;
will also be a special DefenseDr. 532 N.W. 2nd Avenue, as authorized agent of Mr. Bond $
'l1re Carver Ranches Fire program after services. Wigs. Mrs. Wilson is well known as vice president of
'Dept. meets Monday at the Hallandale Spiritual the Young Business Women's Club in Miami; treasurerof
8 p.m. at the Fire Stationon Singers. Come one, come Scores the Negro vigilante group. Beauticians Unit. No. 7, and the current presidentof
44th Ave. at 21st St. all. King Earnest Thomas of Jones- the Shop-owner's guild. Mrs. Wilson graduated from
boro, La., .vice president and Ceasor's University in 1959; she holds a plaque from
Move To full time organizer for the the Jones Beauty School Jacksonville, Fla. Ava-
Deacons, told CO UK's an-
I North Miami Beach NewsThere nual convention that civil lon photo.

"Violence"DURHAM rights workers need the Dea- ,
will be a Wig Tea Crafts Soft Ball for the girls.
"to let the Klan know
given Sunday July 18, at Oak Come and have fun. We are cons .
NC-NII' that the whole is ,
Grove Baptist Church 1401 sponsoring a talent show. The Negro as a
N.E. 152nd Terr., N. Miami time will be announced later. Kxprcssing himself as op- not nonviolent." Whether the alliance with broader, more Intcnsiu
Beach, from 4-6 p.m. Spon- The park is open from 9 a.m. posed to any organizationthat National director James the Deacons, as both are fund-raising campaign 10
sored by Mrs. Ruby M. Caste- to 9 p.m. daily. Mrs. Ruby might resort to arms, Farmer said COKE, which preparing fund-raising efforts meet operating expenses 1)1!
Low and Mrs. Mattie M.Smith. Castelow is supervisor.Mrs. even for defensive purposes, reportedly has been workingwith will help or hinder !$900,000.
The is Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the Deacons In Jones- .
public invited. Rev. CORE remains to be seen, The organization, according
Vasco left for last week put his personal boro and La. willcooperate
Henderson is pastor. I Rogers Bogalusa, observers agree. A spokesman to Alan Gartner, directorof
Kentucky to visit her sister.We stamp of disapproval on theDeacons with them In any is at
suld CORE Is $250- fund-raising, aiming
Washington hope she has safe for,Defense and Justice where the
Park Recreation a tripan communities Deacons -
million income
000 in debt and plans a a $1 a year :
Dept. is having Arts and an enjoyable vacation. and the Congress of Ra- are organized.The .
cial Equality. vigilante groups are
CORE and Dr King are needed in Louisiana protect -

Ii i Go to Church Sunday group at variance has aligned) because itself with the Klan Negros, Farmer from said.the Ku Indirect Klux Vocation';-I-; : takes on added zest. 1

opposition, Dr. King said: When you own a "Heat Treat."
w I "We can't win our strug- And
enjoy an abundance of
gle with violence und to cloakit energy
under the name of defen- And year round rest.
sive violence really is no ans-

BANK 'TIL 5 P.M. between wer."The line aggressive of demarcation and defensive "The Heat Treat"FREE

violence is very slim.
ATLINCOLN allies to win his struggle for
equality," Dr.King continued O'CONNOR T. CLARK
"and our allies will not
surround a' violent move- $12.00 per month 21 months No money down.or .

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday i July! 16, 1965 9
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Recognition DayOn ....:---;- M ,

+ Sunday at 3:30 p.m.
,,/' jr <'"'; '' Recognition
MflWfp'JrAML'tAji Day will be
S i >' i oQ"TE< observed at the Dade P o 4 y t, 4 _:__'_t t_ / P
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BY MR.;BOND MODELS speaker for the occasion Lar iv t : w t
will be Mrs. Margaret 1, t /
t- Evans. She will be presented 7rTy
by Mrs. Eva
BOND'S WEEK Bryant -
MR. The Choraleers directed -
THAT WASA I by Robert Bryant
will give selections. Sev-
special welcome to eral of the children will
Mrs. Ruth Reed, wife of that be taking part. Super-
wonderful singer, NopUon visor Alfonso Williamswill .
Reed, to the "family." conduct Recognition. -
And greetings to more Rev Ernest HutchesonJr. ,.t
"new friends"' of Mr. Bond: will give the bene-
Viola Carr, Elizabeth Stuart, diction.
Sara Harvey, Mrs. MangoMrs. ... ., '
Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Ross, Mrs. to J + .1
Hertley, and Mrs. Moore. SOUTH DADE NEWSBy --- -- R
I And ladies, in case you haven't heard, Mr. Bond Mrs. Susie Williams The Pink Carnation Cir- gave a short talk, showing, Robert, 1169 N.W. 45th St.
features a complete line of WIGLETS and PONY cle sponsored its Appreciation his appreciation with the sup- Mr. C. C. Miller, president;
TAILS. TREAT your teen-ager to a pony tail. TREAT Mrs. Carrie Lou Frier- Dinner at the Bonfire Res- port of his members and ask- Mrs. Josephine McLoy, vice
yourself to a wiglet, a wonderful piece of glamour in son is visiting her brother taurant on June 24 at 9 p.m. ed for the continuation of president; Mr. Sanford Harris,
warm weather. in Baltimore for a The dinner was 'served by their cooperation. secretary; Mrs. Dorrie Lee
GET WELL SOON: Mrs. Ada Williams month vacation. Her waitress with a pleasant All members are asked to Parker, financial secretary;
was sorry to hear of your accident. Mr. Bond brother is Josh Sloan. hospitality and a deliciousmenu. be present at the St. John Mr. Asa Hunter, treasurer and
:The members and their Baptist Church at 3:30 p.m. Mrs. Fannie S. Gaddy, re
SOCIAL NOTES Mr. Fitzpatrick is recuperating guests enjoyed a delightful Sunday July '18. Also our regular porter.
in South Miami evening.The meeting is held at 5
Model Claudine Allen'brought anew junior model. Hospital Friendsare president Mr. Miller p.m. at the home of Mrs. C.

The model, Olle Chavers, was brought to the home of urged to visit him. I
Mrs. Agnes Chapman, and the ladies loved watching
Miss Chovls demonstrate poise. Services at Mt. Moriah
Mrs. Bennett, was our charming hostess. The models Baptist Church continueto
: Janice Mayeoek, Olle Chavers, and Ophelia be interesting and well
Mitvans. Main feature: A Mr. Bond Model BEFORE and attended.
AFTER her wig of course! Sunday morning two
EASTERN STAR'S ANNUAL "STARS ON PA- people joined the church. in Dade CountyASSETS
RADE" TEA was held at the John Scott Center. Our A seven-year-old girl Fastest growing
hostess: Wanda Jones. Our models: Aza Lee Hunt and and a woman who has
Alice Jennings. Junior models: Barbara Lindsley, c'nnstian experience
Frances White, and Erica Williams. We loved the Our pastorial days are
"Weary Travellers" and the Herman Singers." the second and fourth JULY 4,1963-284,392.61
Our hostess: Thelma Courtney. Mrs Courtney'shome Sunday of each month.
: modern and elegant. Our models: Susan Allen Everyone is cordially In.
Junior models: Frances Ross and Dorothy Brown. vited. ASSETS JUNE 30,19644,117,399.61ASSETS
Claudine Allen had a lovely personal visit at Out of town visitors
the home of Mrs Beatrice Nelson. last Sunday were Mrs. JUNE 30 1965 -x7,646,200.92
For a BEAUTY SOCIAL at home, church, or club Maybell Bannister Nassau ,
given by a Mr. Bond Model on beauty, charm and ; Ivory Miller Sneed
poise or wiggery, call Miss Allen at 759-2842. Miss Fla. and Mrs. Jean Col-
Allen will also arrange a personal beauty consultation lins, Thomasvllle Ga.
at your home with Mr. Bond Model. Area visitors included

STOP AND SHOP AT: Barbara Thomas, Ethel !
Mr. Bond's "Lavender Salon 1552 N.W. 54th St. Davis. Maudie Chiles Es- ow ROOSEVELT matches your
telle Henderson Willie B.
GALLOWAY'S CORNER McCowan and Florence savings dollars with
Club for Youth Fitness a group of Cen- *
tral Miami Teen-agers met Sunday at Dixie Park and In and Around GREENSTAMPS
decided the possibility of a record hop with "Bingo"
Butterball at the helm Nearly 114 teen-agers were
my guests at the "Pops" concert last Sunday to see the BahamasThe
and hear our own Leonard de Pour give us a high-
light rendition of "Lost in the Stars" featuring Inez
Mathews and George Marshall. Queen's birthday
I honors list included 11 per- America's oldest and most valuable
LADIES, LADIES sons in the Bahamas. Dr.

Have you been reading about the new styles for Raymond W. Sawyer,D.D.S.,
fall? Really, Baby Doll Clothes oh you Baby Doll! F.I.C.D., M.H.A., was named
l I am MC'ing an unusual fashion show presented by Commander of the Most Excellent -

Mr. Bond Model, Roc Hill and Lory's Fashion Shop, Empire for Order distinguished of the British voluntary EARN FROM THE 1stIf
at the Parisian Room, July 16. Will I see you there?? service to the peopleof

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the Bahamas over many you save Now thru the 20th
Commissioner James Al-
lardyce Campbell of Arthur's
Join the NAACP
Town, Cat Island, has been
named MBE a member of the 4curr"nt DIVIDENDPaid
British Empire "for devotedand
successful community

development in Cat Island, and Compounded QuarterlyWhen
particularly in agriculture.

BLUE NOTE BAR Cyril Augustus Bowen, retired -
ass Istant postmaster was
honored with the CBE award
5211 NW 17 AveThe for hi s 48 years of"meritorious
service to the people of the you open or add
Bahamas." to your account with You get:
Friendliest Bar in Town Supt. of Police John T.
I Crawley, and Dennis J. Mor- to. . . 1O stamps
gan.M.M.director of music for For Example: 209 . . 200 stamps !

the police force received the *OOO . . 8OO stamps
# V I Colonial Police Medal for i

We're A !! Meritorious Service.Certificate and "N';:' "
Having Party The Queen's ,
Badge of Honor were awardedto Account Insured up to $10,000 :814041Your | : by an Agency of the U.S. Government
Mrs. Elizabeth Aranha,
18 Post Office executive; Living-
Sunday, July stone Garfield Bullard, head Miami's 100% Integrated Savings Institution...

teacher, Rolleville, Ex urn a; First to be State-Chartered In the Entire South
Thomas William Gardiner, ,
1 1 to 7 p.m. Customs Department; the Rev.

Percy A. Gibson, head teacher ..
and evangelist, Alice Town, .:::
Eleuth era; Miss Pearl Clinton, /1 ROOSEVELT
I YOU ARE INVITED TO midwife, Curren t Island;

CELEBRATE OUR FOURTH ANNIVERSARYIN Michael A. Martinborough, former -
wardmaster of the Prin- ,
cess Margaret Hospital.

Maxwell Thompson, who
Free Hats Noisemakers, has served as Stipendiary and !I.the UiiM FlMmclol Cwttf a 6015 NW 7th" A VI.Miami,Fid.,154-4541.
Circuit Magistrate, as Parliamentary -
"hello" to
Come in and
say Registrar and Traffic -

Elinor, Foots, Bessie, Ruth, Louise and Betty Court Judge, has been recommended HOUK
the Judiciary Service Com- MM. -Tot.-Wirf.Run. OOSIVIIT SAVINGS t lass ASSOCIATION
ENJOY OUR COLD! COLD! BEER mission for appointment to the MU N.W.A A>....,MM*|,IIMU, Dept.Ml
RIBS the newly created post of 9:30 im ti 4.03 pm Gentlemen:Attached i limy chick,Id,the amount or S_ _.PUisi opin in account
DELICIOUS BARBECUE Chief Magistrate.' f S In the name shown below and, send m,my piubook,untur card and I"riin ttimpi.

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Rev. J. J. Williams, pastorM. ( ) ( LOCKA)

Bannerman, reporter,
Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor Rev. W. J. Macon, pastor

i Mrs. Idella Dillard, 1915 Mrs. Evelena Glenn, reporter Sara McRae, reporterWe

N.W. 46th St.joined the church
and was accepted into full Services last Sunday were were blessed to celebrate I

membership last Sunday. as usual. The pastor along our pastor's 15th anniversary I Ity

The children of Mr. and with Ch oir No. 1 and Usher all during last week, ty TEMPLE BAPTISTThe

OPEN DOOR Mrs. William Cox were bap- Board No. 1 were in charge. and everyone really.worled ,

tised during the service. Rev. A. Smith brought the as a unit to make our pastor No. 1 Choir will go to
Rev. H. C.'McDowell
pastorA They were Debra Denise, message to us on Sunday knowhow much we appreciatedthe Homestead Sunday to render
reporter of service he has service at the
Wayne and Darrell Cox. night.All years morning ses-
Annually the members and Visitors in morning service captains for four an- given us. We enjoyed soul- sion of the Sunday School

friends of nual Woman's Day in October from all of and of Atlantic
the Open Door look were : Mr. and Mrs. Henry stirring sermons BTU Congress

forward to the Sunday when Rolle, Mrs. Juanita Jackson, have all ready begun to work the visiting ministers and Coast Baptist Association at

the message will be deliveredby Mr. and Mrs. Fishburn and in order to make this year's were moved by the wonderful New Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

one of Miami's own sons, niece, Shirley. Mrs. Gladys Woman's Day the best one yet. songs from their choirs. Bus leaves the church at

Rev. Joseph Patterson, pas- Holmes, Mrs. J. Jackson and The chairman is Mrs. Dorothy On Sunday at the three o'- 'N J 8:30 o'clock.

tor of the Wentz Congregational family, Bro. Thompson, Mrs. Cross the co-chairman is Mrs. clock service after listeningto FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST Services will be held as

United Church of Christin Rosa Lee Harris and daughter, Gertrude Thomas One hundredper a most moving sermon, we usual.

Winston Salem, N.C., Rev. Delores, Mrs. Ruby Pierce, cent cooperation is ask- and our guests enjoyed a most Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor Men's Day is just one

Patterson is also an instructorat and Rev. B. Burden. We ed from all members. delicious dinner provided by Sis. Ruby Lee Carr, reporterWe week off, and Chairman Ed

the Winston Salem Teachers were very happy to have the Choir No.1, Second Sum- the ladies of the church. give thanks unto the Thompson and Co-chairman

College. So there is a above named persons worship merama will be Saturday night Everything was done in order Hepburn are urging the captains -
Lord for he is good. His
great treat in store for you at with us.The July 17 at the home of Mrs. and beautifully served by the to see tha they make
endureth forever.We
the services Sunday, July 18. following childrenwere Rosie Jolly, 16235 N.W. 27th Pastor's Aid Club, headed by mercy do this last round count for
here Friendship
Last Sunday, Mrs. Marie winners in the recent Ave. Come one and all and our president Mrs. W. M. Bag- something. Their expectationis
thanks. We growingin
Faulkner Brown who recently take a trip with us to our na- give
baby contest. First place- ley.At and financially. high and they feel that
returned from the General tive land, see our nativeIan i the close of the even membership the
Robert Cunningham Jr., of they can depend on loyal
All under the leadership
Synod of the United Churchof second place Little Miss d and eat our native foods.A ing service, the pastor was having and faithful members to "holdup

Christ which met in Chi- Shelia Patterson. lot of fun is in store for presented with a very large our fine pastor. We are the old flag." The women
pastor's anniversary
cago, gave us some of the everyone young and old. purse, which of course he have pledged back them all
highlights of the meeting.Mrs. -'" The time is 8 p.m. was very pleased to get. He July 23 at 8 p.m. with Paul the way.

Brown is a member of The youth of Mt. Zion will expressed his gratitude, and Freeman and congregation of The annual Men's Day

the Executive Council of the be in charge of services Sun- pledged himself for further Zion Hope in charge and
dinner will be at the church
Synod of the July 25 at 3 p.m. with Rev.
one highest day morning and night on service.
i on Saturday, July 24. Orders
honors in our denomination.We their annual Youth Day. Everyone You are always welcome at C.and H. Smith of Jordon in charge.Grove will be delivered if required.In .

were greatly stimulatedby is asked to come out to First Baptist-won't you come congregation the contest between St.Mary's .
We hope all of friends
her talk because we the see and hear our young peopleat to visit? Sunday School andTemple's
members of the Open Door their best Sunday. would come and help us. We
know that on Sunday afternoon -
who have
are post and parcel of one of Sunday afternoon July 18 at you
heard him will agree he is a I Temple was the winner.A .
the largest fellowships in the 3 p.m., the Brownsville KELLY'S CHAPEL
God-sent man. Your presence very interesting and inspiring -
world. We are honored to Choirs will be here at Mt.
will mean so much to him and L program was presented
have one of our members re- Zion. We invite everyone to Rev. W. L. Hubert, ministerIn
us. He has led us to such by the young people.
.cognized on the national ROBERT CUNNINGHAM come out and hear the gospelin
level. all services Rev. Hubertis high heights that we are now

Vacation Church School choirs songs in from Miami.some Mt.of Zion the emphasing stewardship. in the process of our building NEW PROVIDENCE M.B.

will begin July 26 to August welcomes you at all times., Members are being encouragedto fund drive.
8 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. exercise stewardship with We extend our deepest Looking forward to the

Each day except Saturday. z prayers, church attendance, sympathy to Bro. Willie Bel- Pas tor's Aid Union Sunday

Final plans were made at a NEW SHILOH gifts and service to the ton in the loss of his wife, July 18, 3 p.m. This union is

meeting Monday night at the church. Sis. Arimentha Belton and doing wonderful things spiri

Parish Hall. Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor Sunday, July 18, is "Rally Bro. Clayton and family. She tually and financ tally.

We need the inspiration of Eugene Jones, reporter Day." Every member is requested ass the mother of Bro. Clay The senior Usher Boards

worship even more during The officers, members and to register your per- ton <- 1_____._- will celebrate their Third An-

vacation. Worship regularlywith friends of New Shiloh Bap- sonal pledge at that time. If 'TRANSFIGURATION i niversary on Sunday July 25.

us.SALTERS. tist Church will celebrate you are unable to attend Time is 3 pm. Rev. Roscoe
church (EPISCOPAL Jackson of Greater
their pastor's 23rd Anniver- contact Mrs. Mary pastor
Prince Fr. Elisha Clarke Jr. vicar New Macedon Church will (
sary that starts on July 20. chairman! of the Commission ,I
CHAPEL A.ME.Rev. deliver the :' Plan
and message.
on Stewardship
SHELIA PATTERSONMany Different churches: in Th eSt. Veronica's Chapter -
H. J. Benson, pastor charge of his anniversary. Financeor your class leader of the 'E.C.W. is spon- now to come and help makeit

Flossie Marshall, reporterWe thanks to their pa- Tuesday, July 20: Friendship and give your pledge. Help soring a Night of Games a great success.
rents who helped to make this support your District Conference Continue in prayer for the
Baptist Church Rev tonight at the home of Mr. and
elated have sick and those who
were so to contest a and Church School are
success. Jenkins, pastor; Wednesday, Mrs. Samuel Harrison
within the 11 a.m. service We are looking forwardto Convention which will be grieved over the lost of their,
July 21: First Bapt. Church, Wilmington St., Opa Locka.
some wonderful visitors from Youth Day which is on the Rev. Makins, pastor; Thurs- held July 22-24 at Trinity The public is cordially in- love ones.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 4th Sunday morning and eve day, July 22: Antioch Baptist Methodist Church in W. Palm v ited. Come and bring your Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor ,
of them friends of
some were Beach
ning. All members are urgedto Church, Rev. P. W. Wiggins, friends. We promise a grand and Sis. Claudia Wilson is
and Mrs Julius We
Mr. Way. give their Have you seen the ne w
support pastor; Friday, July 23: New evening. Mrs. Joseph Fennellis reporter.
were 'scr happy to have them. roof which is being the
and put on
encouragement to the Macedonia Baptist Church, chairman. Time is 8 p.m.
With us were the Rev. and youth on their day. church? Much praise is being
Rev. R. Jackson Plans
pastor. for our annual Pat-
Mrs. Ross and daughter from
At 3 p.m. on the 4th Sunday Services for Sunday July 25, given to the men of the ronal Festival are completed. ST. BARNABAS
Sanford Mrs. Mitchell and
; the usher boards will will be announced later. church-Brothers Willie Jones, They are as follows: Sunday Rev. E A. Culmer, pastor

son. They were the daughtersof celebrate their anniversary. We are asking the prayerof Charles C. Mitchell, Gene August 1: Annual Patronal Rowena Richardson, reporter
Rev. and Mrs. Benson. We
There will be visiting our sick and shut-ins. Finnic and Carey McLeroy
many Tea
5 p.m. at the church. Last Sunday
hope they come again. Rev. morning we
ushers assisted by
to this service. All our pastorforthis
Monday, August 2: Beach were happy
Benson preached a powerful very to have withus
members are asked to attend. job which is being so Party, Haulover Beach Buses Rev.
sermon,the subject w as "Who ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. well done. ; E. E. Newbold, pastor
Do Men Say That the Son of leave the church at 10 am. of Ebenezer W.M. Church
Man Am." ASCENSIONThe P. W. Wiggins, pastor Rev. Eugene J. Sheppard, Thursday, August 5: Solemn in Delray Beach and Pvt.

At 8 p.m. an after servicewas Willie Powell, reporter Sr., our visited District Superintendent Evensong, 8 p.m. Friday, Rolle, the son of Mrs. Mildred -

held. portion of Salters Rev. Roderick S. our church last August 6: Feast of the Transfiguration Rolle who will be leaving
Ward, priest in charge communion YOUTH DAY PREVAILS Sunday during evening wor- Solemn Mass
Chapel went along with the Sung soon for Viet Nam. He
pastor and rendered serviceat and sermon 9 a.m. Speaker for the 11 a.m. ship and was much impressedwith and Instruction; 7 a.m. and at asked everyone to pray for
Confirmation instruction starts the work which is now in 10 in the evening the him. We
annual all
St. Mary Wesleyan on 5th service will be Sister Joyce wished him God's
August 1., at 2:30: Every progress.
Ct. The Rev. Houston of p.m. Chambliss from S t. Paul A.M.E. Mid-Summer Hop, Biscayne blessings
one is welcome. The Woman's Society of
Daytona Beach brought the Church. Rev. T. C. Kelly. Jr.. Terrace Starlight Room; Donation We are glad to have our
Christian Service will meet at $1.50, tables free. chairman
back home from
message.At BETHEL M.B CHURCH pastor. Los
the church Sunday, July 18, Sunday, August 8: Solemn Angeles Calif.
4 p.m. members and Evening speaker will be vfsitihg i his
attended the beautiful wed- Rev. Oscar West, pastorM. Sister Hezekiah Pratt, one of at 4 p.m. All ladies are invited Sung Mass and Sermon 10:45: daughter, grand sons and son-

T, Hopkins, reporter to attend. a.m. Dinners will be sale
ding of Miss Mazie Williamsand our own. on in-law, Mr. Leroy Worthy. He

Mr. George Storr. She is We were wonderfully The No. 1 Usher Board pre- Friends are invited to following this service. asked every member to re port
with in all
the daughter of Mrs. Hattie bles sed with the visitation of sents their annual Tea, Sun- us our on next Sunday's assessment.
services MT. HERMON TO
Humes. The vows were said the Holy Spirit and one of our day, July 18, from 4 to 6 p.m. every Sunday. Remember the sick and

before Rev. H. J. Ben son. The own, Sis. Lula Moran, presi- Please attend Prayer CELEBRATE 8TH ANNUAL bereay ed families.

reception was held at the dent of Home Mission of the Meeting and Bible Class each MEN'S DAY

home of Mrs. Stoor on 24th Southern Division of the Flori Tuesday night at 8 p.m. ST.
Avenue. da East Coast. She commen- ALLEN CHAPEL A.M.E. The men of Mt. Hermon STEPHENSONSt.

Don't forget the Sunday ded our pastor for his deliverance A.M.E. Church Opa Locka, Stephenson A.M.E.

School Convention on July as a young minister GREATER NEW MACEDONIA Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor are busy making plans for Mission will have its sixth

2225. preaching the gospel. the greatest Men's Day pro- annual Woman's
Come and go with us. Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Day on Sun-
The bus will leave the church Rev. A. L. Shipp presented Willie J. Beard Sunday's morning message gram ever held in Miami. day, July 18. The services

at 7 a.m. on Sunday morning the pastor his certificateas reporter will be delivered by a visiting The pastor is the capable will start at 3 p.m. Sunday,

and return at 5 p.m. Sunday. an ordained minister of the The Usher Board No. l's minister. Music will be furnished Rev. S. L. Gay. The chairmanand and will be held at Penecostal -
, gospel. The demonstration by Choir No. 1 and the co-chairman for Holiness
Salters Chapel will be in pastor gave a Third Anniversary was truly a this Church which is
charge of the service. There with a discussionof Junior Gospel Chorus. year's affair are Mr. Tom located on 34th Avenue and

There will be a dinner the "New Birth" with a great success, both spirituallyand At 6:30, A.C.E. League, Baker and Mr. Grover Thomas. 212 Street in New Liberty

sale at the church living plant as in comparisonwith financially. We realize President Carter will preside. These men are competing to City.

all day for the Stewards Saturday the "New Birth" of a that without almighty God'swill Topic for discussion will be lift the title crown of Mr. Mt. Everyone is cordially invited -

Boards 1,2 and 3. Christian. Sunday School was and your support,we would "Smoke Gets into My Eyes." Hermon from the well-known to attend the service.

Don't the informational as well as en- not have done as well. Special Everyone is invited visit and Joseph Daniels, who reignsfor Miss D. Gallon, chairman
forget sick. ;
thanks to all the usher boards
participate in the discussion.At the Miss
joyable. Members let's makeit year 196465. L. Gallon, co-chairman;
a must and attend Sunday Rev. C. II. Smith, pastor, Jor- the evening worship, the All boards and clubs of Rev. A. Gallon, pastor.
NTT. CALVARY M.B. don Grove M.B. Church who
School regular pastor or his appointee will the church have been equally
spoke Friday night and Rev.D. .
Rev. S. Atchison, pastor The Junior Church is havIng bring the closing message. divided to boast the two men
A. Bradley and his wonderful
Constance Carter, reporter a picnic, Saturday at Ma- Last Sunday morning Rev. to the top in the contest.
choir and members of
nor Park. Refreshments will Mt. Thompson Nassau, Bahamas The morning speaker for .. .
The Deacons and Deaconess Carmel M.B. Church who were pastor of St. Peters Men's
be served at the pastor's Baptist Day will be the Rev.
will celebrate their Anniversary home 4643 N.W. 15th Ave. in charge Sunday afternoon.We Church brought a stirring mes- T. E. wright of St. Paul A.M.E. j.,/REDUCED.; :

on Sunday July 18 at Parents you are needed for can truly say that the Holy sage; and Rev. F. L. Smith, Church, Coconut Grove. His ,Lose up'to pounds: ,

3 p.m. Plans have been made supervision. Please come. Ghost was present while the pastor of Mt. Pleasant Bap- famous Male Choir will be 4 ,', tjf\r'; '

for a wonderful program anda Sisters Annie Miller and man of God talked to us from tist Church, Opa-locka,broughtthe accompanying him. Y/EELY/ '11:

spiritual feast. Rev. P. W. Ruby DeLaughter are on the Acts 26:22." Subject: "Staying evening message which Watch this space next : Ts4StS. :W..1st'Sfre.tA; r
Williams of St. Luke With God. Total raised:
pastor was enjoyed by all.
sick list. We pray for both a week for more exciting news '.t:2746,
Baptist Church will deliver speedy recovery. $1,328.51. Friends are always invitedto cone erning the greatestMen's > '" .f"

the Anniversary sermon. An worship at Allen I "'" ,- "" 'rDRtj iI
You are always welcome at Deacon W. K. Lightboum. Chapel, Day ever. '
invitation is extended to each "The church with a welcomeand Rev. S. L. is OHC'SCLIHJC\'
Bethlehem "A going church president; Willie J. Beard, Gay pastor,
'everyone. for a coming Christ." secretary. a program for the people." and James L. Gay, reporter. .

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BSelmaMinerThe rights workers complained. .
Charged With Embezzling'r Called by Circuit Judge I- - -
No 1 James Hare the grand jury Associates
Burlang II J
Rev Fredcrcik D. attempt was made to in I r
raise Abernathy announcedthe and any other member of the turned in the indictment for
who was charged with a cash bond EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
ease although full support of the
organization oraanization. three checks alleged to have
nbczzling civil rights funds rem arks were made by the Rev. for Reese before flying "The public should be made been written on an account I I 502 N.W. 54fh Strttl I
Selma. Ala. last week was Abernathy in Selma back to Atlanta. cognizant that these charges Reese is said to have esab> 757.7674
[leased on $5.000 bond. Tuesday night that he could After I I I
receiving news of the were made in an area where lished in Montgomery. he domestic. .
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charges of taking $1,850 charges made against the min in fair play and justice Smitherman and City Safety ladies clothes some very Finest domestic and commercial
am the Dallas County Voters ister. SCLC will nice things for the home
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday July 16. 1965

Mrs. Manila Black of 2103A Kelly Scott, Jr., $16 S.W. Elder James Pokier of
NW 63rd St. passed sway 4th Ave., Homestead; died 1913 N.W 55th Terrace diedat

CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS July 10 at her home July 11. Survivors are mother, Hollywood. Fla., on July
after a period of Ulness. Mrs. Marion Scott; 2 brothers 5. surviving are a daughter,
She Is survived by her Charles and Albert. Remains Mrs. Sarah Johnson, three
husband William Black: will be sent to Kingstree, sons, William, James, Bertram -'
South Carolina on Friday and Joseph Alexander; a
IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS 2 Charles step-sons.and Henry other and rela- at 9:30 p.m.for final rites and sister Mrs. Margaret Austin;

I U Uvbg, MOTory .! In loving memory of our The family ofCLEOLIA tives and friends. Services burial. other friends.relatives Funeral and services many
dear husband and father will be held Saturday
MACK pant S.W.
Williams 17242
were held on Saturday July
the Range
WILLIE JAMES DAVIS sincerely thank the Albert 1:00: p.m. In 101 Ave., Perrine, died July 10, at 2:30 p.m. from the

who this life July Funeral Home, our pastor, Memorial Chapel. 3. Survivors are wife, ""S. Church of God with Bishop
Rev. Ernest Williams, Mom's f 1370 Bemire Williams, 6 children George Wallace officiating.
I 1963. Flanders o
18th Ave. Cafe and friends Walter father, 2 brothers, 1 sister.
Gone, but not forgotten. died as a result
af: and neighbors of UM Pittsburgh NW 77th Remains will be shipped Fri Lenard McKicver of 6001
We lore but Jesus loves accidental
you Hotel N.E. tat St., the of an day to Madison, Fla. for final N.W. 23rd Court died at Mt.
best and take Is
you sleep on July 10th.
Miami Laundry Dry Cleaning "rites and burial. Sinai Hospital on July 9.
rest. Mrs.
your Dei*.. Plant No. 1 the neighbors survived by his wife. Survivors are his wife, Alma,

a Melva Davis, wife on 70th St. lied 71st St., Erma Lee Flanders one Mrs. Mamie Dandy, 248 two sons, Leonard and John
Glermsworth, Lovell and friends who called on 74th St. sister. Annie Mae Dasher Flanders ; N.W. 20th St., died July 6. MoKlever, a daughter, Mrs.

Andrea.Davis, childrenA one brother Clifford relativesand Remains were sent to savan- Dorothy Love; two sisters,
.. and other nah, Ga., and on to Oliver Mrs. Annie Lou Cooper and
friends. Services willbe Oa., for final rites and burial. Mrs. Blanche Pierce; a

held Saturday, 4.OO: pm (Sunday, 9:30 p.m.). Survi brother, ,Peter McKiever, a
SPECIAL THANK YOU In the Range Memorial vors are husband, 1 daughter, host of other relatives and

-Fri"'t j ; The family of the lateSCEVA Chapel. 2 stepdaughters, 3 stepsons.Mrs. friends. Funeral serviceswere
held on Thursday, July
EARL JAMES SMART Mrs. Louise Meadows o f
.Alice Reid 6520 N.W. 15, at 3 p.m. from the New
who departed this life July 1857 NW 69 Terr passed 14th Ave., died July 5. Ser- Mt. Calvary Baptist Church,
away July 8 at her home. vices were conducted Monday -
16, 1964. with Rev. W. P. Topley, pas-
Gone, but not forgotten. .. She Is survived by one 4 p.m. from the Liberty tor, officiating. Remainswere
Asleep, but not forever. daughter Mary Meadows; City Church of Christ. Survivors shipped to the Arthur
three sons. Beruc, Robert are 3 daughtersMesdames Funeral Home in Deland,
The Smart Family and Charles Meadows; five Osie Murray Annie Fla. where final rites will be
sisters. Opal Duncombe. RoUen, Pearl Wilborn; 2 sons conducted.:
IN MEMORIAM Lucy Duncombe Alberta and 2 daughters-in-law. Ray
f1WI1!r and Hortense Petty and and wife Daisy Youngstown, Andrew Delaney of 921
In memory oft Mildred Bodle; two bro Ohio and Shepherd and wife N.W. 2nd Court died at home

r thers George and Charles Peola, 15 grandchildren, on July 11. Survivors includea
Petty; two grand sons and 15 great &randchildren.Charlie wife, Essie Mae; mother-in-
one grand daughter and law, Mrs. Viola Brooks, two
's BODYRETURNED other relatives and friends. McQueen, 4616 stepdaughters, Mrs. Willie
Services will be held Saturday S.W. 23rd St., W. Hollywood, Mae Evans, and Mrs. Bea-
TO HAH 1:00: pm at Kelly's died July 6. Services were trice Jenkins, other relativesand
Chapel AME Church. The conducted Monday 2 p.m. friends. Funeral ser-
McPHEB WARD fwenty-flve-year-old Ma- Rev. Emanuel Officiating. from the Liberty City Chapel vices were held Thursday,

extends its greatest and sin- rine Pfc. Roscoe Ford was the Survivors are mother, Mrs. July 16, at 11 a.m. from the
cere gratitude, appreciation lone Miamian aboard the ill- Walter P. Harrell, of 4825 Pinkie McQueen, 4 sisters chapel with the Rev. Fred J.
and thanks to the Richardson fated jet transport plane NW 30th Ave. died July 10 Mesdames Sadie Nairn, Lizzie Hicks, officiating.
Funeral Home for the elegantand which crashed into a Cali- at his home. He Is survivedby Mae Wright of Bridge ton, New
efficient services rendered fornia mountain a few moments two children; five brothers Jersey, Hattie Lee Wright, Mrs. Edith Knowles of

during the period>> of its after its takeoff for Perry Delory. Glen Annie Mae Scott of New York, Newark, New Jersey, died
CHARLES WILLIAMS deepest sorrow. Okinawa. Danny and Elijah Harrell; 3 brothers,Elijah,Roscoe and there on Monday, July 12.
who departed from this world Sincere thanks also to the Just before getting on the three sisters Julia Mae Johnnie McQueen. Mrs. Knowles is survived by

t July 16, 1964. American Woodman Lodge, plane. Mr. Ford called his Mosley. Mary Everrett and two daughters, Mrs. Martha
"Fast as the rolling seasons Mrs. Vera Wilson and super bride of four days-Mrs. Devon Llllie Ruth McIntyre and Earl Lee Roberson 306 Slaughter of Newark, N.J.,
Bring the hour of fate to thosewe ior officers. Mrs. McPhee Ford-from California.He other relatives and friends. N.W. 67th St., died July 8., and ,Mrs. Viola Johnson of

love Ward was a member of Camp married Miss Devon There were no local ser- was shipped Tuesday 9:25 Miami; two sons, Ernest and
Each pearl ,that leaves theb 37 since 1918. Harris Monday before takinga vices. He was shipped to a.m. to Register, Oa. for final George Knowles of Miami; a
broken stringIs The family wishes thank plane at 11 o'clock, bound Cairo Ga.. for final rites rites and burial. Survivors are host of other relatives and

set in friendship's crown Mrs. Ellie Farrington.. Mrs. for fornia.A Camp. Pendleton, Cali- and Interment. ,father,step-mother, 7 brothersand many friends. Funeral ser-
above." Gladys McTood, Mrs. Barbara 7 sisters. vices will be held on Monday
Sadly missed by: Kee, Deacon Halfback and few moments before Walter Barkley Jr. of 6520 July 19 at 2:30 P.m. from St.
Wife and Children Rev. Fred Myers for their taking his plane the following N.W. 19th Ave., was pro- '- WI Matthews Baptist Church,
Thursday night, he called
program participation. nounced dead. at the Henry Strachan and Mrs. with the Rev. N. F. Clark, of- I
her to farewell and not .
say '' Gelta Strachan, husbandand
Appreciation is also exten- scene of an, "apparent ficiating.
IN MEMORIAM. ded to Miami Times for its to write until she heard from drawing Saturday July 11. wife of 1213 NW 68th

services, relatives and friendsof him.The He Is survived by his pay Terr. Mrs. Strachan pas-
I In loving memory of our New York, Chicago, Jacksonville his following Thursday rents. Mr. and Mrs. WaIter sed away July 6th at
night body was flown
mother and grandmother Tampa and the Ba- Kendall Hospital and Mr.
Barkley. Sr., two sis-
_. back to Miami where he grew McGHANNEY
)1' hamas and friends at home who ters, Sheila and Patricia Strachan passed away
and his and
were late hearing about the up family still liv parents Barkley; his maternal July 11th at Jackson Me- SPEAKSHave
death and sending cards, tele- es. morial Hospital. Survi-
Mr. Ford's father Rev. grand parents, Mr. and we done away
grams flowers and letters of Cam Ford and Rev Mrs. Lula Mrs. Sam Hepburn; his vors are Mrs. Carter, with gratitude? Also have

condolences Ford are pastors of Bethesda paternal grand parents, niece of Hollywood and we forgotten the meaningof
Mrs. Davis McPhee CopelandAnd Evangelical Church of the Mr. and Mrs. John A. other relatives and forgiveness? I think
Family Nazarene here.Besides Barkley and other rela friends. Double services that It Is high time for us
r his wife and fatherhe lives and friends. Rosary were conducted Thursdayat to start thinking of some-

is also survived by his services was conducted In Mt. Olivette Baptist thing or someone beside
,' mother Mrs. Ellen Ford; two the Chapel Wednesday. Church. Rev. Mlckins of- ourselves. I hope that we
CARD OF THANKSWe brothers,Wilfred and Cam Jr., Services were conducted ficiating. will try to remember the

the family of the late two sisters, Mrs. Cynthia Thursday at Holy Redeemer words of our Lord when
.1 Jackson and Joyce D. Ford Catholic Church. Lawyer Cheever of 1212 He said, It Is more bless-
'., MARY WE DEAL MRS. LOUISE P. MEADOWSwho and grandmother Mrs. JanieD. r NW 65 St. passed awayat ed to give than to re-
departed this life on July Ford and a number of Jackson Memorial Hos- ceive. He also said In Mat.
who departed this life July Anderson of 130?
8, 1965. aunts and uncles. Daniel pital July 7th. He is sur- 7:1-2.: Judge not, that ye
,i Sweet 16, 1963.are the Jtemories that Life is good, for God con- He was buried in Ever- NW 65 St. passed away at vived by his wife, Mrs. not be Judged. For with
the Dade County Hospital -
Never fade tinues it gre en Memorial cemetery, Osie Cheever; two sons, what judgment ye judge
i Of one we love, but could Deep on deep Us wonder lies, Tuesday, July 6 after 2 p.m. of Kendall on July his 6. John and Lloyd Cheever; ye shall be judged; and
He Is survived by
Death is good for man survives Funeral services were heldat one sister and other rela- with what measure ye
never save,
it widow Mrs. Tena Anderson tives and friends. Services mete. It shall
A loving smile and a happy the Church of the Kingdom be measured -
face Lives again in better guise. of God in Opa Locka. Range and other relatives were held Monday at St. to you again.
\ link She leaves to mourn one Funeral Home was in charge. and friends. Serviceswere James AME Church.
we c an never re-
daughter, four sons, and three held Wednesday at
place. the Church of Christ.
Always in our h carts, grandchildren.
itBroken Brother F. L. Thompson

The Family IN MEMORIAM FRANCIS Cleveland Hepburn of 374 officiating. Uiuraln .,morial'ark i

In loving of 1 .". 16th Street died July 7, Freddie Jerome Nonage HAS ,...... !I. !
IN MEMORIAM memory our .... !. ,. I .... t,.ctk er .Lot
'ackson Memorial HosptisU Of 1527 NW 58 St. Apt. 21
In a ad but loving memory of dear Funeral services were held the 6 year old son of Mr. ALSO (........ tbfU. p.,.. ,s ,.c. .later***!

our father, Thursday July 15, 2 p.m. at and Mrs. Burnell Hunter Boxes and vaults oernitted
motherTiiki Temple Baptist Church with passed at Jackson 'Memorial We. era Ml Ml ess1 we ere jtlll <.(.! ..>!....

J. T. BLACKMAN : ; Rev. L/ A. Thompson, pastor Hospital. Chapel OpM .six Jays week t. sir,. ,..
who departed this life July officiating. Survivor. include services were held Sat- Gates opes 7 days for your cH..ir.nce

'11,1961. 2 aunts: Mrs. Mabel Maggie urday July 10th at 530.: Ml MOTH
The loved ones that he left .1"... '. Rolle and Mrs. Elizabeth
behind ., Williams; stepmother; Mrs. E. J......*, Mmogw He ....... OX I.""

Might not appear to sight, Matilda Hepburn: 2 brothers: 14. at4 p.m. at Mt. Morlah ---- ----- -- -
Yet he must know someway :; Leo and Willie; 4 sisters: Baptist Church in Perrine

somehowWe ;, Wilhelmina 'Brown, Eatella with Rev. W., C. Edgar, pas-
think of him each day, :, .t. Adderly Lillian Rolle and tor officiating. Survivors include -

We might not hear We mightnot '.;." .' ... Patsey Palmer;uncle: Herbert several nieces including BBAJlD NEWI
see Williams and a host of other Mrs. Rosa Lee Tate and
Just aa yesterday ,' A .. ., I I relatives and friends. Mrs. Lucille Henderson and
And yet still he seems to be '. ', other, relatives and friends. : $590 TO $IOH DOWN!
At hand to cheer our tears ', -w11'J/' Augustas Bolden of 1634 *,*. '' 1754 N.W,16th Terrace
away. +tt.r N.W. lat Ct. Apt. 7 died July Joseph Ramsey of 1510
8 while at work.Remains were NW 4 Ave. died July 7thI 1527 N.W. 4 Oth Street
The Family shipped to Shreveport, Louisiana at Jackson Mem. Hospital. I,
\ : l on Thursday July 15 for Funeral services will held : OPEN SAT. & SUN. 1-6 P.M.
IN MEMORIAM final rites and burial. Survivors
; -
Saturday 10 a. m. at St. :
,, 4 Include his parents: Peters Cathedral American : Lor,. 3 Bedroen, 2 Bath Ho..., Choice of Tile

In loving memory of our Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Bol- ', Catholic Church with : Reef. Carport, BiilMa 0... & Roage.

dear mother, MRS. DAISY SUTHERLAND den; 1 brother: Thomas Bol- Rev. D. Anthony, officiating. : BIG LOTS GOOD AREAS
dren and several other relatives -
MRS. JESSIE ALBURY Remains will repose :
who departed this life July and friends. WE TRADE
1 the chapel beginning
who departed this life July 18 1963. n ".'
: J
3 p.m. on Frday until funeral
,; 8, 1955. Gone, but not forgotten. May Mrs. Delia Woodward of time Saturday : I :
Gone, but not forgotten. ahe in ;.
peace.Mr. 10240 S.W. 184th St. in Per morning. Survivors Include : :h"IJJ lJjif.

i Mrs. Lillian Smith Brice Sutherland, son *"rift* died July 8th at ICcndallHOIpital. a daughter three \ -k ; .
Mr*. Olive Neely, daughtersAnd Mrs. Mary Delaney daughter Funeral services- brothers, two sisters and ; "II : 'fo
Family were held Wednesday July a cousin A. T. Baesden. 4



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 16, 1965 13


CLASSIFIEDFDR: ) : I down QUALIFYING., CBS $500 1bedroomapt. CAB_ DRIVERS. Apply at MAL E or FEMALE. I
: ; bath 2-bedroom. 1 for 1 or 2 adults. $20 Society Cab Office 269 N.W. Musicians waitresses. Experience -
newly panted in
and week NE 55564.FURNISHED 2Ut Street. Indf not necessary-
out lot street to street, Over 18 years old. Steady
SALE FOR SALE fruit trees. 6826 NW 4 Ct. Apt. with jots for summer seasor.
1) QUALIFYING Ful- by owner. PL 8-0443 to yard and porch. Reason- Contact manager of Sugar
T furnished! cottage. $250wn ,Rn"f"al ThIs Week .see. able. For information, TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO Shack Key West, Fla.,
and move right Inj!) NEW CHS HOMES call OX 1-2426. CHURCH SUNDAY phone CY 6-9147 after 9
odern furniture and ap-t' 3-bedroom. 2 bath Fla. LARGE HOUSE on 2% p.m. nltely. Jul31I"g'
iance Freshly painted room. built-in range, oven lots, has 2 6-room apt. AIRY 2-bedroom duplex.

d l very pretty Keys at a 1965 creation. So come live in 1 and rent 1 to Seven windows In master F ." ..' ., .. '" '""
fe Realty Broker, 4032 out. see our new models make payment. This 1 bedroom. six in the oth- "
W 7 Ave. PI. 9-4371. and our salesman will explain also has 2 screened sleepIng er. Kitchen has stove and :I,ili .A ,h It" _: 'a'
n evenings and ,Sun- to you about the porches separate gar- refrigerator. Fruit trees m,..>&k.. \$
y,. easy financing. Hurry, our age. fenced back yard and dining patio In extra -
two models will he sold and lily pond with gold large yard. hot and

CORNER BEAUTY this' wpev On n for inspection fish or raise your own, cold water, lovely home OPEN "DAY 2-1'''' -CDC SEE
1\11 swimming pool 3- Sunday 1-6 p.m fish bait. Full price is for nice family. 2750 NW
room CBS on doublet or anytime voull call us 13000. Come by and see 60th St. Call owner. OX
Dear 36 St. and 17 A"e. 1141 and 1131 NW 75 St at 1136 NW 51 St. phone 6-2392, $90 per month or 815 ... 2399 PLACE
ear shopping center, Ji'An tp" Realty, Brol"rLARGE 634-8262. $22.50 per week.BEAUTIFUL 4roMU Nt'
chool, buses. FHA only PL 9-8779. Boaotifil CBS, 5 yeses MOW, 3 2 ".

,500 down payment. Sel-, No qualifying 'Move 1 bedroom BollHa. kitcta, coport, patio' foacoo1. $450 tarn.
br pays closing costs. To CORNER Rite in" 3 homes, fur- $14,500 total.
for 1 or 2 $20
in and out. Callr Total $9.500 niched and unfurnished.
painted only $300 week, NE 5-5568. Also 2- * *, 4
appointment. Fenster down double Beautiful 2 and 3 bed-
alty, Broker, PL 9-8779. on this beautiful car garage comer room homes. Call us for bedroom house. $22. CBS Boooty, 4 boaVooou, largo ..11.-.. kitchen, bIg"

lot, 2 bedrooms large locations. Fenster Realty, 2-room dining room, utility roooi, patio. Spriaklcr. Foacto
5035 NW 5 Ave.
RAND NEW. $495 DOWN living room. This is a Broker. PL 9-8770. turn. efficiency including Only $14,_ RoasoaaUo .I.... N. ....U"I...
bedrooms and 2 bath. lovely well kept home, utilities. $15. Near boa * **

Dts of luxury features. FH.A terms. ideal for HOME ND INCOME. 12- line and school. N. qvalifyiif, newly painted, 2 .bedroom, ..sclas.dpatch.
|his deal is hard to be- man would like to havea room CBS duplex, 4712
(eve but true inspect and nice work shop. Call NW 16th Ave. near school. 5 Ave. 2-bed- .. Dining eons, c.rp.rt, !Urg. lot. Only $1,080.I.
5035 NW
for yourself. anytime see us at our bus. shopping. $G5O down. room furh. apt. $60 Mo. .I.*.. $9,800 trial. W. dove ...,.
7725 NW 14th Ave. new location 612 NW fX Easy terms. Call 531-082. or $17 week, including * *

815 NW'1-6902.' f 9 th Wynne.Street 751-2243.St. A. Ben-Korl, Realtor HOUSE. 17500. water and gas. Near bus CBS Beauty, 2 bedroom, Florida roan, carport, swimming -
JE Large
fall 3-t>ed, 2 rath, Fla. room, and scbooL1BEDOOM pool, appliances, wash I.. McklM. Sprbtkltr.Oily .

IKE NEW CBS-Fresh- COUPLE WANTEDFor elec. kitchen. Air cond. $300 ..... $13,000 total.
painted inside and $6,500 down $102 turn. duplex. * *
this per mo.
really beauti-
living room plus 2-bed-
Jut. Our best bargain at
17,000, $250 down and ful doll house. 2-bed- phone owner 696-6428. room cottage. utilities Nice CBS 3 bedr..u,large Florida roooi, utility room,

nly $43.701! month, FHA rooms. 2 bath tile roof, FOR RENT furnshed 32 St. and 12 $300 down, $12,000 total. Mo closing. casts.
Near school bus, shop beautiful kitchen, hard- Ave. 633-2400.:
Ing. Don't miss this. wood floors city water FURN. large 1bedroomapt. .A * *
Keys at Life Realty, Broer. custom built for owner $22 wk. Incl. lights, 4032 NW 23 Ave. 4 room :
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL only 7 years old. Air conditioned gas water, waste re- cottage. partly furnished, : ARE YOU BEING DISPLACED BY EXPRESSWAY,
-4371.. Open Sunday Dndvenlngs. total 11000. n)oval. Call 688-3225 after child OK. $60 month, : URBAN RENEWAL? WE CAN HELP YOU BUY ANY

only $350 down and $78 5 p.m. 691-4668. : FHA HOUSE FOR ONLY $100 DOWN.

month pays all. This is 4 HAVE SOME CASH? WE HAVE SOME TERRIFIC
BRAND NEW luxuriousome one of the better homeswe FURN. APT, quiet painted. NICE, clean room. Hot : BUYS.SHELL .
with all of the fea- have for sale and a free utilities, one or and cold water 1817 NW
couple will be two adults only. 1168 NW 5 Ct. 6343177.FURNISHED .
|ures the better buyer is it. Call anytime delightedwith 51 St.SMALL. "".,, ,.to., "-.. ." \ ..',. ,,,-,.,,, '",< ,,,,\"',
looking for. On a m o s t see
eautiful street. Must be us at our new locaton A. including z .
}een to be appreciated.The Ben-Kori. Realtor. 751- CBS HOME stove water, electricity 1-bed REALTY-t''
nrlce Is lower than 2243 612 NW 60 St. and refrigerator. some room CBS. garage apt. .
lou will guess It to he. furniture. See at 2109 NW 1775 NW 84 St. rear.
)pen 1-5 p.m. Sun. 575 LARGE HOME! on large 89 St $25 week call me $17.50 per week or $65 '4260 NW 7A, AIL 7585551oooooooqpooooooooooooooooooooo:
W 17 Terr. FR 1-6002.{ lot. 2-bedroom 1 a r g e anytime A. Ken-Kori, per month. Call owner,
enough for 3-bedroom. Realtor 751-2243 6815401.EDISON .

Modern! CBS duplex. Only beautiful location. Near
600 down and $90 amonth schools shopping etc.
Live rent free! Drive by then call us Finest Selections is Miami
[2-bedrooms each side 1334 NW 34 St. No clos- 1 1 Specials
the roof. appliances ing costs. Fenster Realty LOVELY HOMES OPEN
(Large yard fresh paint. Broker, PL 9-8779.
Key at Life Realty, Bro-
|ker 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL SEE THE NEW 3-bed- EZ Terms Less Than Rent
1371. Open Sunday room. 2 bath quality built OPEN SUNDAY AFTER 3 P.M.
[evenings. Open 1-5 Sunday. 2323 N.W. 85TH STREET
4622 NW 21 Ave. PL
$350 DOWN 1-3604. 7030 N.W. 5TH PLACE (I just look expensive. To see ne is to buy me.)
Lovely CBS Duplex. 2 bedrooms each side tile baths
Darling 2-bedroom CBS I brand beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath with
a* a new
I<'la, room FHA terms. 1431 NW 84 St. $500 downno $300 down. FHA. No closing cost. Almost new.
ayments less than qualifying. 3-bedroom, family room and garage. 1 block from school, 1 block
month, Call anytime $65 A. 2 bath CBS with Fla. 434 N.W 59TH TERRACE from busses and 4 blocks from North side Shopoing

Iten-Kori Realtor 751- room and tile roof, one New CBS Duplex. 2 bedrooms each side. Only $2,000 Center.

243. mortgage $85 per ninth, down, One side furnished.
open at all times. Check : 8020 N.W.2IST AVENUE
16500 NW 24th Ave. this then call I. L. : Drive By the Fallowing:Then See Edison:
Like new 2bedroomBS Christensen broker 751- : ,Beautiful CBS 3 bedroom, two bath, oak floors, tile

In Bunche Park. 6070. : 1-1180 N.W. 59th Street $390 down.Ho qualifying. roof and carport. $450 down. $85 .month.

Freshly painted insidend 4, $79 month pays all. $6,950 total. 0-

lovely out new fixtures, GORGEOUS HOME : 2 3722 N.W. 23rd Court 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. No
yard a bargain at To the professonal, if : 70 H.W.47TH TERRACE
8,500, $200 down and qualifying. $400 down. $6,000 total. $79 mo. >>
ply $4g month. No clos- you home want that a has gorgeous every- : all. r pays >> Large 2 bedroom, 2 both, plus Fla room. Only 2

ng costs. Keys at Life thing desire, pleasesee years old. By appointment only.
alty Broker. 4932 NW this you 3-bedroom CBS 3 3710 N.W. 23rd Court CBS Duplex, $300 down >> -0--

Ave. PL 9-4371. Open 2 baths wall to wall car- FHA.

Pandays and syenings. pet, fenced, air conditioned 4 7611 NIW.: 5th Court 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, plus 8431$ N.H 22ND PLACE.

IKE NEW CBS $250 near schools you cottage. $8,500 total. : Lovely CBS, 2 bedrooms, oak floors, and tile roof.
own and $58 month. will want this home located : 6808 N.W. 6th $12,900 total price.
5 Avenue 3 bedrooms
alousied windows, relished at 8300 NW 22 Place 2 baths. No
floors $20.000 bank terms. You : qualifying. -0--
new kit-
hen cabinets> have not seen a home as : 131I1 N.W. 23RD AVENUE
and fix- :
6-39 N.W. 38th Street Pool homo. 2 bedrooms, 2
Jres. This house is like beautiful as this. A. Ben- : baths, 100x100 lot. I Gorgeous 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, hardwood floors, tile
rand new. Key at Life Kori, Realtor, call any- : roof boilHa.' kitchen and barbecue. $500 down pUs
ealty, Broker 4932 NW time 751-2243. f 7 4030 N.W. lit Avenue Lovely CBS modern homo
Ave. PL I closing costs.07.97 month.
9-4371. :
on corner.
iyenings and 2 CBS HOMES $9,900 I __ 0 -
Sunday. :
8-35 N.W. 41st CBS
St"et.Co.let.1v furnished. I
You can make some : 1391 N.W. 2ND STREET
CBS, large Fla. money on this one. Large I plus Income. Only $1,000 down. $9,500 total.

|om separate garage, CBS house has 3 rooms 9-91 N.W. 46th Street 3 bedrooms, CBS, No quali I Gorgooos CBS, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, on fenced. comer

jarpeting. Price, sprinkler is sysm. 2 baths rear CBS house : fying. lot. $450 down, $13,50) total price.,
$11,000, $350
own and $68 month. Key and has it 1-bedroom is really nice.2 This Math : 104201 N.W. 11th Place 4 bedrooms, IK baths, 0-

IL Life Realty, Broker, home is large and so very $500 down. FHA.
932 1300 .
NW 7 Ave. PLn clean and* bright, right 1120 N.W. 48th 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, CBS.
[venings.Open Sunday and party can live rent free Less than 1 year old. Brand new CBS, 2 bedrooms, on corner lot. Owner

plus extra Income. See 12-544 N.W. 47th Street 3 bedrooms, CBS, Fla wants offer. $60 per month pays all.
-BEDROOM CBS home. this sure in a best
room, 11,500 total. """"" 0SPECIAL -
are lot location 15750 tion on quiet street and I

fW 18 Place. Opa-locka. so close and convenient.See 131866 N.W.47th Street 3 bedroom, CBS, plus !
IMA terms, us at our new office NOTICE!
only $200 cottage. $12,500 total
Own 612 NW 60th St.
payment. Drive location
fs bargain then call call anytime A. Ben-Kori 14546 N.W. 50th Street CBS Homo, plus apt.
enster Realty, Broker, Realtor 751-2243. $11,500 total.
15337 N.W. Terrace 3 bedrooms CBS home
[OR SALE. Three CBS Total 13000. only $400 plus apt. plus garage. No qualifying.WE .

Jomes all FHA terms, down for this very large

pall down payment. 3- home. large lot 100 feet ARE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY REALTYlnc
edroom. Fla. room car- oak floors and s o m e
|ort, 1260 NW 41 St. 2 furniture goes with this .
droom with plenty clo- 3-bedroom. it has a very .
f t space, 1377 NW 41 St. large dining room and a EDISON REALTY, Realtors JHE BROKER,THAT WORKS FOP YW1
bedroom, hardwood kitchen that Is
oars, big lot 1871 NW really lovely. FHA terms 4140 NJLTTH., AVE. PL4-K56 :
If St. Drive by then call call anytime A. Ben- 175 JtE St 75J-2441 (.Open. Sunday from 1 p.m.)
enster Realty. Broker, Kori Realtor 612 NW 60
|L 9-8779U St. 751- 243.


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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 16, 1965

* * * .Ie GIRL SCOUTS TAKE TUP CARVER YMCA NEWS 0000000000000000000000

,j Liberty Squares :Ie Ie sorship Troop of 409 Miss under E. Jones the advi-and The excitements of camping teen's
Ie is in the air. The peaked cap

I First Baby Now :tr Ie Mrs.Rockwood M. Fields National, will Girl attend Scout YMCA and orange cookie streamer salesman of is now the pot pourriBy

Camp in Potomac, ,Maryland. more popular around the Y

:Outstanding Young Man:Ie Ie The day at troop the will New also York spend World's a building and glove.than Youngsters<< the seasonal between ball Bethsheba E. Deer

tr Fair. Troop 409 leaves July the ages of 8 and 15 yearsare
By William McBride 23 and'will return.August 1. signing up daily to sell

.. the delicious cookies that > ,.
IeIe Anna McBride, reporter ----------------------'- -
LeClair 0. Lambert, first help defray the cost of a
baby born to residents of the Ie neve to be forgotten week at BEING A HELPER IN YOUR COMMUNITY

ear Liberty Square Housing Project 1& beautiful Lake Placid YMCA What can I do.as a teenager in my community to help in
is back in the Magic 1& Camp Florida. making it a better one? You hare probably thought about
City for a visit with his : The Carver Branch has this question not ,aware of the simple things that you are
mother, Mrs. Maggie Lambert SKIN DISEASES the sixth period at the camp able to do in contributing to your community improvement. (
Scott of 1106 N.W. 65th Street. IIII beginning August 22nd and There are numerous items that we can do to help.

Mr. Lambert attended X new approach to treatment extending through August One of the simplest things, that we may do in Helping tI t
Junior School before -
Dorsey High 28th. The camp can comfort- to make our community a better one is to help iq keeping
moving to New York, and Medication ably accommodate 120 boys our community clean. This does not necessarily mean that, t
where he graduared from based specialized in modem at-
on and counselors
IC we should go through the streets picking up trash. However,* t
Amityville High School, tf blood and laboratory tractive cabins at the 135 acre if each of us will place trash, such as candy wrappers soda
tyville,Long Island,New tests. Also general practice. site. There are ample facili containers, etc. in proper waste disposals, this will helpin I
lie is a 1959 graduate of Ami-I ties for hiking, fishing, sail- (
o IC preventing the trash to be in the streets and to make our
pton Institute, Hampton, R ing, canoeing, swimming, community more attractive. f
earning a B.S. degree skiing, riflery, team
When you see little children playing near the streets, t
gold bars of a Second Lieute- : DR. H. HAAG under expert
sports you may serve as a community helper by asking the childto t
nant, having been an outstanding member of the
1-7234 vision.
PL come near the area that is much safer, regardless to)
R.O.T.C. was editor of the Hampton Institute News- Among the leaders already 1
IC whether or not you know him. Of, course you don't know the
which time he developed
two during
paper tot years attend the
signedto camp are child, but imagine how happy would feel to know that 1
into an outstanding writer and decided to enter this 1&IC Jefford Smith, associate director you 1I
M hood. you could have saved some child's life.Don't .
field as a lively the
Sgt. Leroy Smith'of be the one to participate in vandalism in I
t& After two years of military service as a Test Miami Police Department, your
M 'Officer for Biological Warfare in the Chemical Corps, LEGAL NOTICE director of safety and riflery community., It is important to remember, that you are a member
1u Mr. Lambert was employed by the Book Division of t Notice Under Fictitious instruction, Michael Graham, of that community and anything that you do is spoiling J
Time-Life Magazine as a researcher and writer. He Name Law waterfront assistant and you and your community's reputation. t
has written captions for pictures and did research on NOTICE IS HEREBY Alfred Scott, athletic direc- Volunteer your service at times in your community.Often s
text material for many Time-Life publications, including GIVEN that the undersigned tor.A registered nurse will be a neighbor may ask you to run an errand or do a little
the Official Guide Book for the 1964-65 New York desiring to engage in residence and all other job. You should help as much as possible, not knowing. 1F
.. \World's's Fair.Fulfilling r in business under the facilities of the camp will be how helpful this simple task could have been. Don't always 1F
a childhood desire to travel abroad, fictitious name of look for pay. You may be surprised at the many other.
he took a leave of absence from Time-Life and spent CENTERVILLAKINDERGARTEN open.The de adlin e for registration rcwards you will receive. If there are new neighbors in your IIS

a year visiting England, France, Spain, Italy, Holland, is Saturday, July 31. neighborhood, try to make them feel wanted. After meeting
West Germany, East Berlin, Denmark, Libya, Tunisia, at number 5861 NW 17th Cookie sales end on that date. them, introduce them to others in that community.Encourage t
.. Egypt, Austria and Belgium. During his stay in Libya, Avenue in the City of Parents wishing to find the them by being as friendly as possible. You will be sur- C
.. North Africa, he taught Biology and English to dependents Miami. Fla. intends to ideal climax to a profitable prised to know that you might need this new neighbor and t
of American military personnel, the Diplomatic register the said name summer are asked to get the he will be glad to render his service to you, remembering s
Corps, and employees of American Oil Companies t with the clerk of the Circuit information now. Call Mr. how kind you were to him, when he vas new in your neigh-
Court of Dade Coun- s
operating in that country. borhood.
Ramsey at 696-0231. today.
Before moving on to New York, Mr. Lambert was ty, Florida. These are a few of the numerous activities you may be V
.. an outstanding member of Boy Scout Troop 58, spon- Dated at Miami. Florida NEW HOPENew able to participate to help in making your community a
sored by the Liberty Square Housing Project, where this 2nd day of July, 1965. better one.
he attained the coveted rank of Life Scout. Mrs. Scott Hope Baptist Church
is a veteran teacher in the Dade County School system. tRUTH E. COPELAND will celebrate the Second 2
' I Owners.' Anniversary of its pastor,
" * * * * * * I ,July 2. 9. 16. 23 Rev. W. E. Sims beginning

; J
$ 1,000 --------$ 20 Month
$100 down. $60 month, CBS, 3.4 bedrooms. $ 2,000 ------$ 30 Month
2380 West Flagler Street Sick, troubled unhappy?
Like New $10,000 --------$100 Month
Call for Information and for '
brochure 444.4637 or AND HOMES OR ACREAGE ,

443-9741, ..., kndjor yojayer cjgthe.tusdayAlsimbirlhi let
and 2nd Mortgagee f
4 bedrooms, '2 both,-CBS; $250 down..: 1
Morning Classes: ) 'aterCon.
9 a.m. to 12 p.m. $54 m onth -' 1 .mortgage tributions.!. ,accepted.' R. I. laroi Mortfifts I
Evening Classes:
I 7tol0p.m.REGISTER KING REALTY, INC. REV. MOTHER MCDONALDP. 14535 N.E. 5th Avenue Mortgage Broker 1r.

NOW FOR NEW 8000 N.W. 7TH AVE. PL 1-9708 0. Box '6326

I CLASSES Miami. Florida'33136 c

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TEMPLE MONDAYThe CHURCH SUNDAY 1330 N.W. KTH STREET3bedroomsCBSwithFlaroo.$450down. S\S .Go..Go
1 ,
Harmonettes of
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$79 month
Bethel Baptist Church, Nas- \\O : I
sau, Bahamas, under the #" '." " '" Total price 13500. FHA. fr 1r T1

leadership of Rev. Dr. H. W. .. I
Brown, pastor, will appear in OPEN SUNDAY -
concert at Temple Baptist 1 .. : Fantastic Buys E.Z. Terns
Church, Monday July 19 at bedroom ts T
Lovely CBS, 3 .
8 p.m. McNicholas Real EstafelHc. .
This lovely group of young partly furnished on largelot 8C

people appeared on Channel bearing fruit trees GO-GO! HID N.ILTH AYEMUE .
10 during their last visit to Price is right. 7327 N.W. rot AYE BROKER PL 1-7592 .
this city under similar cir- : 2 bedroom, 2 both, CBS, plus extra lot. All for .. t

cumstances, and also sangat 2411 N.W. 58TH STREET .n $9,000. $400 down. $61 month.GOGO :
many churches, Rev. A. E. I
Hutcheson, Jr. will -- -- - ---
the program. MIDWEST REALTY ( : i

The public is invited. NE 5-8035 I K Lovely CBS, huge bedrooms, living room, dining <<
Homes For Sale Liberty City
1" ,,,, 1, II : room, carport, porch, oak floors, tile roof. 75x100 lot- <<

i: WOMAN'S DAY AT ST. I I .. sly $11,500. $350 down, $66 .0.... : ,l

MEAT CUTTER t t : Like new CBS, comer, large kitchen, carport, oak 4s <

Matthew Freewill Baptist Counter experience. Apply floors, tile roof, $400 down. $71 a.". :
Church, DRIVE BY
2014 N.W. 5th CU, t I

will celebrate its annual ready to work. Southern .: GO-GO! 1112| N.W. 152110 ST. (OPA LOCKA)) : 1.i.
S Woman's Day on Sunday July Form Market. 482 N.W.
t 2120 N.W. 5Oh St. 4 bedroom, extra large lot. I i J
25, You are invited to take 20th St. Steady. Job. << $300 down, $56 month for CBS like.. .
ew 3 bedroom
bedroom Florida Room a
part in the theme, which accents 1877 N.W. 55th St. 3 ..
on adulthood: "Woman's (ployed For persons who wish, alr.ady.m-to change t 2991 NW.61st st. 2 bedroom, home, fenc ed yard carport, completely ren orated inside end oet.r. p

Responsibility in the World (lobs; interviews confidential. t 2981 N.W. 69th St. 2 bedroom, large fenced yard << ..
Today." i; o
Steady work, air s
The morning guest speaker condition store, with employees t NO CLOSING COSTS I ;'- .. c
will be Mrs. Foster, a mem-
who hove
long record -
ber of Zion Hill Baptist Church of employment with I : ty.tess"flG1 101'0..1! : a
Rev. J. Pickett pastor. At 3 store.)
p.m. the speaker will be Mrs. APARTMENTS FOR RENT << 10\e -
"II" '" ,. I .
Marjorie Perkins, member of 4612 N.W. 16th AY*. .. ./ .
Greater New Bethel Baptist I .. .
t .
Rev. W. KJ Smith, pastor. The 1217 N.W. 38th St. .. ..

evening speaker will be Mrs. I $15 week I SEE THESE AND SAVE $ $ $ ..
Mary Brown, member of Jor-
I FOR RENT I IcC .<< r
don Grove Baptist Church, I I 339 N.W. 39th St., CBS $1500 Below FHA ....
Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor. In :
Also See Our Brand New 3 Bedroom Homes
love we assemble together, 3 Bedroom. Unfurnished : 819 N.W. nth St. CBS 3 Bedroom 2 Bath .

as children of the heavenly House. OPEN EVERY DAY 728 N.W. 48th St. CBS Huge, Save $2,om :
King, we will rise up together STREET t WE BUY SELL TRADE YOUR OLD HOUSE I '
I and proceed sharingour 3314 N.W. 69TH C 1834 N.W. 88th St. CBS.- Real Doll House <<

responsibilities together. Call FR 3-3175 t : 1872 N.W.47th St. (Frame.Real Bargain :
Thanking all of our participants FORD REALTYINC. Broker i .
} Evening NE 4-0942 t <<

Mrs Bessie Robinson, 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 :Owner 945.9886 757-6281-
chairman, Rev J. D, Woodley, t or
pastor. -- -- -- - --- > * * * * * * ,/


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 16. 1965 ISLooking

earing with. 1 Cardinals Sign FAMU Hirlw : theSPORTS '

(FAMU-The St. Louis \ :
Cardinals of the National
; Rattler Rookies;I League have signed a Flor-
ida A & M University pitcher /

Try Pro Football Moses to a baseball McCray contract of Lake Uel'i

Worth, Fla., inked the Car- :
Li 1 (FAMU)-Twclve Florida dinals' pact and has been .
A&M University Rattlers farmed out to a St Louis
BY HARRY SPEAR from the 1964 squad enter farm club In Sarasota, Fla. BY LEO ARMBRISTER
training as the professional The amount of the contractwas
football training camps open not disclosed.In I
In last Monday's 13 inning 2-1 loss to this week. This brings to a total four seasons with the
Cocoa, the Marlins pulled off triple play in of 20 Rattlers signed to Rattlers, McCray won 26 SPORT WORLD SPORT WOLD SPORTS WO
inning. That the fourth pro football contracts.Six games andlostfour. He completed MID-SEASON
the first was [ triple NATIONALS TAKE LEAD IN
of 23 of 40
the 12 rookies go games pitched -
play in Marlin Class A history, having had one to the Charleston (W. Va.) and had an earned run CLASSICThe
each in the preceding three years. The first Rockets of the newly formed average of .09. He pitched
was on opening night, 1962, when shortstop Continental Football League National' League displaying power
Ernesto de la Osa made one unassisted The The Rockets' coach, 320 innings and struck out from every angle of the game and utilizing
PerrY Moss, formerly coached 400 batters.
their superiority, whipped the Americans 6-5
other three have involved more than one player. at Florida State University McCray led the Rattlersto
to gain for the first time the lead in the mid-
routine their fifth Southern Inter-
Monday's was a grounder t hat'third here in Tallahassee and
baseman Joe Lis scooped up, stepped on the University of Miami i I. collegiate Athletic Conferencetitle season classic 18-17 with one tie.
where he saw the caliber of in posting a 9-1 record.He With the amazing Willie Mays ignitingthe
threw to second and Chuck Lawson
third, re- struck out 102 men and
football played by the Rat- spark it looked as if the Senior League .
layed to Ron Allen at first for the triple killing tlers. gave up only 59 runs. He batted -
would breeze through and make puppets of '
Rookies .241 this spring. ,
going to the
the Americans. Added to that Marichal's mar- \
Rockets are tackles Emmette The Cincinnati Reds of the
MARLIN PROFILEThe Gamble of West Palm Beach same league drafted Harold velous pitching and there was amazementthat
Marlins steady performing catcher, and Eddie Williams of Da- McRae during the recent : the Junior Circuit did not concede defeat

Jim Ruane, moved behind the plate earlier in nla guard Gleamus Jordanof from baseball Avon drafts.Park,McRae Fla., and is after the first inning with the score reading :
Miami, fullbacks Bruce 1'\
the season and has been performing well ever Wilkins of Aliquippa, Pa., completed his sophomoreyear 5-0, but there were two All Star teams and
since. The all-star catcher, a graduate of St. and Freddie Miller of MI- here at A&M this year. the stars were there to shine and shine they
Vincent's College in Pennsylvania, attends ami, and center Walter High- He had a batting average of did. So before the final strike out Killebrewand
graduate school during the off season. Ruane, smith of Lake Wales. .358 batted in 78 runs and company had made National Mahoney
had of
The Dallas Cowboys of a fielding average know they present and ready to play
almost 25 just started his were
although profes- the National Football Lea- .892. He is a shortstopper.
baseball. It took the ingenuity of the Dodger
sional baseball career last season when he was gue lassoed Bob Hayes the
for in the double '64 Twins, Drysdale and Koufax and the anchor
Western Olympic
the backstop Spartanburg gold from FAMU to go with the
Carolina league. At Spartanburg Ru had 12 medal winner, and fullback American Football League.He pitching of Bob Gibson to preserve the one
Chuck Sutton, both of Jack precious run that was to give the National
the Oakland
home runs and 48 rbi's, 7 doubles and six sonville. Other NFL report.0
signees League the and the acclamation the
Raiders. game as
sacrifice flies. His arm has also been respon- are halfback Bobby Felts, !
There are eight veteran most powerful of all National League teamof "
sible for being thrown out Baltimore Colts Calvin
many an opponent ; Rattlers in pro football. In All-Stars. t!
while trying to get an extra base. Lang, Cleveland Browns; the NFL, tackle Willie Lee
This week's Marlins schedule: Wed., July and tackle Owen McKay,De- is with the Chicago Bears,
Gene Miami's
Big Clapp long driving
troit Lions. End Carlton Oats en-
halfback Bob Paremore is
21, Daytona Beach, double header, 6:00 July of Tampa is the lone signet "ith the St.Louis Cardinals, trant in the National Public Links Golf Tour-
22, Leesburg, 7:30.A : nament, missed the cutoff by five strokes. Gene

BASEBALL FAN shot 80-79-159. The 290 pound ex-Bethune- ,
Cookman gridder had the gallery bug-eyed '
Pepin Rivera, a great all-around sports
fan, is associated with the La-Guardia Realty.He with his long booming drives, but the putts

deserves this mention and courtesy for his T' refused to drop.

sporting attitude; a good booster for the Mar-
lins ball team."I Mays High quarter miler Johnnie "Red
Dog" Brown and Southern vs. Harvey Nairn

was happy I came here not because I accompanied UM Coach Bob Downe's Jeronimo -

won, but because I gat to meet people from so track team to Jamaica to compete in that
many different countries." country Third Independence Day inter-
The Puerto Rico's Frances national meet today and' Saturday. Nairn runs
comment by
.F AND 'l HITECLUB the 100 hurdles
Perez women's single champion of the Third : LOUNGE and broad jump.
Annual Invitational Amateur Bowling Tour- : ST 2-d Av
nament of the Americas, sums up the themeof .'

the event: "Bowling Unites the Americas." Mrs. Ernestine Harper, tournament director -

Single champion Tvelino Martinez, of of the Chicago Women's Golf Club and

Juarez, Mexico, who won the title with a 16- her assistant, Mrs. Vivian Perriman, are satis-
game total of 3,146 pins better ,than a 209 fied to know that they and the members of

average in tournament competition also their club have given each minute detail the

stressed the goodwill aspects of the event, attention which will make their Fifth annual

which was held from July 8-11 at Cloverleaf tournament a success.
Lanes. The Borden Company sponsoring the

Seventeen nations and territories the tournament for the fifth year, is pulling out

largest number ever to participate in a bowling 1FRI. all stoppers- insure a grand time for all in
tournament were entered in the City of addition to a lavish list of trophies and prizes

Miami and Metropolitan Dade Countysponsored for a wide range of flights.

event. It is sanctioned by the American

Congress, Women's International Bowling Con w
gress and the International Bowling Federa "
tion. rt:1-c14Tr i'i I

July 16,17 and 18

This is an urgent plea for a wider interestin POST TIME
displaying our Beautiful American Flag. --WITH : 8:00 P.M.

Like so many of my fellow Americans, I am
appalled at the lack of sentiment in regard to The .
Akills .
what should be considered a precious heritage ave. .
. I would like to see a flag in the possession of Trio 1

every family in our land.

To make such a plan feasible would mean

the development of a means of mass produc- i "T6. Narlon's Or.r .o..dstL. rd,."

tion in such quantities that even the lowliestin .r. '

our economic scale would deem it a duty / ..
and a privilege to purchase one and to dis- .
play it proudly and correctly. fI

Let's all fly our flag high, wide and hand- Honk Hani

some and proclaim to our neighbors, our Reggie Moor. r

country and all the world that we are proud Dove Akint .

and loyal to our flag and country. Every Night Except Tuesday f

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y I nitsPeople I

\I Places. .
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a Things. I
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.... By Lawrence n. Gwoer i00 OLe
Some fellow said once, "all great minds
think alike!I" Well this week we did a little
column on the "nasty" affair in Richmond
Heights and were about to put it into type
when we glanced at' Dave Bondu's column. He 'ayri taM. M. A
had the nerve to pilfer the whole dadblamedidea
from my brain. My thesis was a bit strong.
er, however, so we tore up our manuscript and
let Bondu's article get the acid test. Both were
almost identical but read Dale's lead off
paragraph on another page: The thief! The 2,000 FAMILIES


series"Last was Tuesday's another flop midseason I Although"little the world score The Expressway is taking more and more homes everyday

would create an argument, the game was as

lopsided Mule! With as Kelso the cream running of against the baseball the Missouri world Urban Renewal is taking more and more homes everyday

playing against each other the game lacked j
thrills and suspense. Even the leadoff home
run by Willie Mays was a routine affair. Even Let SONNY WRIGHTlregistered' broker, I
the attempted catch of McAulffie's homer by
the Hero wasn't nothing to write the commissioner and his experienced staff ink the
of baseball about. Not being a sports you
writer maybe we overlook the fact that they
being the best, selected by their teammates and home you have always wanted ,
the playing was so tight, that there weren'tany
of brilliant plays or maybe;
it wasn't nosense
since it was just an "off game"
in one taking a chance on being hurt and BEAUTIFUL HOMES FOR AS LOW AS $100 DOWN
the regular play. Whatever the
case laid up may during be, we have seen some mighty fine DO WE HAVE DEALS FOR YOU? WELL, COMPARE THESE WITH ANY IN TOWN .

ball playing in previous games. Oh, well, from
here it looks like Minnesota and the Los Auge- 641 N.W. 65TH STREET

les Dodgers will tangle in THE game (or is 3 BEDROOM,2 BATHCBS, FLA. ROOM, BIG YARD, BIG KITCHEN. $3,00D DOWN,

I I; it games?) $65 MONTH, FULL PRICE $12,500.

Cleveland (Glee) Berry and Alexender 1351 N.W. 58TH TERRACE

dent(Junior in )Ft.Allen Lauderdale.were involved It is reported in an auto that acci Clee BRAND NEW, 2 BEDROOM. ,CBS, ULTRA MODERN KITCHEN.

suffered head wounds that took 59 stitches to $500 DOWN$15 MONTHFULL, : PRICE $10,500 NO QUALIFYING. .
Allen escaped with minor injuries .
sew up.
I note that Willie (Bumbodie) Lyles is backin ; 5821- N.W. 9TH AVENUE .. ., ..
town after several semesters in D.C. His old 4 .BEDROOM, 2 BTH' CBS, GARAGE, FLA. ROOM. '
r cronies on 15th Ave. were tickled to shape CONVENTIONAL..
$900 DOWN $112 MONTH FU PRICE $19,500FHA
hands with him The human race is a cruel -rJ
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animals. It is certainly pathetic how the wife
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