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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 23, 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
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Volume 42, No. 46 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1965 16 PAGES 10 CENTS


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.E.. : School :Fraciis Settled -- No ,School,

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In a 52-minute session Mrs. Roberts said.

.. Monday the Dade County The white group voted Address
... School Board voted 5-2 to Thursday to ask the boardto Humphrey to 'I.

... abandon work on the controversial build complete schools, '
Richmond Height not partial ones on both sides
Elementary School and ne- and to give precedence to the Urban LeagueVice I

gotiate termination of its con- Richmond Heights project. -
.. tract with Witters Construo "I only hope that theh
.. .. tion Co. decision has not stopped National Urban League
.. The board did not settle them from using the mony Conference at a banquet on
.. the basic question, but threw which has been allocated for August 3 at 8 p.m. at the !

.. .. the problem in the lap of new construction for anytime Eden Roc Hotel, Miami
.. V .. School Superintendent Joe ," said Jack Loesch who Beach. This affair Is opento
.. Hall for further considerate chaired the meeting of the the public and tickets may
.. F te and future recommen- white residents. be purchased at the Greater -
... dation. Board members G. Hol- Miami Urban League of-
.
.. Setting no deadline for action mes Braddock and Mrs. fice, 395 Northwest First
.. the board indicated that Helen J. Vosloh voted a- Street, July 26 through July ;
the cancellation. 30. There are approximately -
.. Hall's final recommendation ,fgainst I
should be based on needs Braddock said he votedno I 300 tickets available for I
.. 4 for new classrooms throughout because I think in delay- F the local community, and ,
1-
the ing we're not solving these will)) be sold on a first'come
county, not justinthe any
1 problem. first served basis.
area of dispute.
** Mrs. Johnnie Parris, a He. criticized the board The National Urban Lea- I
leader of Richmond Heights for allowing "pressure" gue Conferencewillhostdele-
s group who protested thecon- groups to come to us and gates from some 33 states '
V struction of the new school tell us where to build and 72 cities throughout the
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4 in their community because schools." Then he objected to nation. The conference will
.. 4, it would perpetuate segregation people of any race"th rowing be held at the Eden Roc Hotel (
K said: themselves in front of trac- from July 30 through
4 President Hubert
tors" to stop construction, August 5.
t "I personally would say and noted that such action Humphrey will address the
: it's more or less a moral violated the law. He moved
: .. victory for us. Hut we'll))have for adjournment of the meetIng -
... '' to discuss (the board action) Bell Telephone and
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and digest it. Bishop James It Duncan,
..--- Board chairman, Mrs. CRB chairman, said he did
F ,. .Jane S. Roberts, said a maj- not think the board's action
ority of the board members was "a matter of being ob- Sears in Bias SuitsWASHINGTON

.. had been prepared to accept stinate," but an effort gain
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the proposal of the Metro time. He saw no evidence Acting un-
Community Relations Board that the board was trying to der mandate of the NAACP at the plant hold membership
V t 4 to construct half-schools on evade the issue, he said., 56th annual convention Her in "lily-white" locals of the**
the Richmond Heights site "It's tragic," he added, bert Hill, the associate direc- Carpenters Union, Brotherhood r'

._:Y" ___ and on the nearby Colonial "that the whole controversyhas tor for labor program, on July of Electrical Workersand
.. 4: Drive where bath Negro and arisen. The lack of com- 15, filed the first of a series the Union of Operating
MISS UNIVERSE CONTESTANTS 4 white students would have munication between the Rich of sworn complaints alleging Engineers. Qualified Negro
been served. mond and the workers, Mr. Hill told the Com-
Heights people job discrimination by several
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Mss| Bermuda and Miss British 4 "But now it doesn't seem School Board caused much major corporations and two mission, have repeatedly been
Guiana pose prettily on the sands of Miami to solve all the problem," misunderstanding." trade unions in violation of denied admission the white

Beach as they award the decision of .. > Title VII of the Civil Rights locals, the wage scales of '
which
are substantially higher
the Judges in the Miss Universe Pageant. .* * * * * * * Act of 1964. than those of the t
all-Negro
The most beautiful women in the world :; Matthews Heads FAMU :i c the Mr.new Hill Equal appeared Employment before Chemical Workers local.

will be crowned Saturday night in the ] ..: Opportunity Commission here "These complaints," Mr.

J Miami Beach Convention Hall. ?;* Law Alumni Association *: on behalf of NAACP members Hill said, "document" patternsof
in Alabama Illinois Louisiana discrimination. He expressed
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Pretty Miss Puerto Rico and lovely H *:
and Tennessee who charged the "hope that the
Miss Bermuda get ready to face the cam- here during the recent annual' that they had been denied Commission will invoke its

eras in their native costumes. It's only H convention of the Florida Bar equal opportunity for employ- full power not merely to resolve -

one of the weeklong event leading up held at the Hotel Fountainblcu I ment and promotion. NAACP individual complaint,
on Miami Beach. General Counsel Robert L. but to eliminate overall pat-
to selection of Miss Universe at Miami
< The meeting of the FAMU 1 Carter appeared with Mr. Hill terns of discrimination in employment -
Beach Saturday night. H graduates convened in the 1 before the Commission.I ." ...*
* * * * * * 4 Poodle Room of the hotel an I I Among businesses anmed Tie case of the Brown Iron

was addressed by Henry'in the complaints i are the Foundry and the Molders Union,
President of Thompson, whose topic was,. Southern Bell Telephone Co.; against which joint com-
I New "The Responsibility of Dri Sears, Roebuck departmentstore plaints were filed, illustrates"an
vers in Automobile Acci chain; Brown Iron Foun- institutionalized pattern
Mr. Bond WigsAt 4 dents." Thompson, a 1962 dry, Bermico division, Bir- of separate racial seniority
Florida A&M University Col- mingham; Darling and Co.; lines which limits Negro wor-

the last board meet- s- lege of Law graduate, was recently East St. Louis, III.; New Or- kers to menial and unskilled
Ing of Mr. Bond Wigs, Y appointed insurance adjuster leans Public Service; and job classifications, denies
Blanche Calloway was by the Insurance Com- Kroger Baking Co., Memphis, them their proper seniority
unanimously elected pres- mission of Miami. Two AFL-CIO unions-the International rights, and maintains sub-
ident. During the FAMU College Molders and Allied stantial wage differentials be-
Miss Galloway brings of Law Alumni Association Workers and the International tween Negro and white wor-
with her a rich background elections, Mrs. Gwendolyn Chemical Workers-were also kers," the NAACP spokes.
of experience In Assistant U. S. attorney for Cherry of Miami, a 1965 grad- charged with discrimination. man charged
public and community Southern Florida, James Matt- uate, was elected secretary. Negro workers employed by "We hope that Title VII
relations. She Is also executive hews, of Miami, has been Members of the organization Darling, a leading manufacturer will be used to end these tra-
director of WMBM elected president of the newly discussed and formalized of fertilizer and other ditional patterns of separate
Community Service Foun- formed Florida A&M Univer- plans for assistance to the chemical products, are restricted racial seniority lines that are
dntion) "Progress Report" can b* Association.The providing scholarships for
bargaining
segregated local of the Che- agreements in many ,
heard daily R a.m. and election took place deserving students. \
mical Workers Union, the com- areas of the southern econo-
1 p.m. plaint alleges. White workers I my" Mr. Hill said.rT'Sharp .




F Rise Seen ;Southern Negro- -Voting Strength I ,I Iadded



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ATLANTA (NPI) to the voting lists during The percentage of age- eligibles). Alabama's popu- Constitution tests. lation, made In October, the .
The voting strength of Negroes the entire five-year period eligible Negroes now regis- lation 'is 30 per cent Negro. waived state has458,156 Negro voters -
Alabama
has increased by near- of 1958-1963. Accord- tered Is lowest in Mississippi literacytests
White voters number 1- for with more than double the
ly one-half million duringthe Ing to observers, the greatest Alabama and Louisiana.In applicants of
025,264 In Louisiana com- education while 213,128 a year ago. Es-
eighth grade ,
last year despite thewait- impact brought about by Mississippi, there are pared with 163,132 Negro Louisiana simplified regis- timates for South Carolina
ing period for legislationfrom the rapid Negro registrationrate about 520,000 white votersto voters, 32 per cent of age- tration forms to remove ob- show voter registration has
will be felt in Missis-
Congress.In Alabama 30,000 Negro voters eligibles. Negroes constitute jectionable features. All these climbed from 14 to 20 per
and Loui-
11 southern states, according sippi siana., (nearly seven per cent of 30 per cent of the population moves were aimed at headingoff cent during the past 18
to a recent survey, those eligible by age). Negroes 13.7 per cent of the federal registrars. months, but an estimated .
conservative estimates put Seven of the 11 states are comprise 42 per cent voters. 250,000 Negroesremalnun-.

the number of Negro vot- covered automatically by theadministration's of the population, less than Legislatures in all three covering Voting rights other legislation Southern, registered. ...,..
ers at 2.2 million representing legislation. six percent of the voters. states have acted to loosen show Negro voter Georgia's Negro voter list
states,
They are Alabama, Georgia,
an increase of 450,000.The Alabama has approximately -
restrictions on voter registra- strength gains. One of the has climbed from less than
Increase almost e- North Louisiana Carolina, ,Mississippi South Ca-, one million white vot- tion. Mississippi's law revi- most impressive Is reflected 200,000 at the end of 1963to
quals the 500,000 Negroes rolina and ers against 115,000 Negro sions, for example, recently In Florida's official figures. more than 270,000.
Virginia. voters (22 per cent of age- threw out Interpreting-the- According to the last tabu-

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"Many states do not allow or different people. We must .--
Negroes to serve on juries," enforce it and see that every-
said Colson, "except through body is protected." REDUCE
token effort to to Colson noted that this '
a attempt Lost up to 6 pounds
has been through four '
a keep things constitutional. country
great crises: the Revoluntionary WEEKLy
by Ann Jackson I the Civil War both
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now have the right to vote, of which were settled by violence
V f right to education, right to a '; the Great Depression, F R 3-2748

v tK p'AS job, and what is just as ira- which brought abort changes
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Seeing America by car is a good, idea and the airlinesare the right to serve, on juries." now Civil Rights, which hope- J
beginning to recognize it. -' 3 Colson, a native 'Mi ami an, fully, will be settled throughlaw. j .
Recently, the three leading domestic airline carriers began educated in the deep South, .
offering the general public the availability of combining has urged in speeches throughout -*
both the speed of the jet with the sightseeing advantages of the country to trial law- Go Church
the,family car.American. yers, law school graduatesand to Sunday
Airlines, TWA and United all offer package civic leaders that they
deals to flying families now. Working closely with Hertz, join in an offensive to insure
'
National and Avis car rental agencies, the airlines will see passage of a pending bill now
to it that you can rent an automobile for only $99 a week, before Congress. The bill
and gasoline charges. No mileage charges at all. ::1\ would require all' nationalities,
The total amount ot money expended, therefore, allows all races, all colors, all religions
a family of five, for example, to leave New York City by and all economic stra-
jet, travel conveniently to a prime destination like Los A Miami attorney 'Bill tra to be represented on jury
Angeles and rent an automobile to travel up and down the Colson,president the American panels.
west coast. Trial Lawyers Association "Under our Constitution," ,
Apparentlythe auto-jet promotion is catching the fancyof has taken the lead i in said Colson, "a person has FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
:the traveling public, too, because all three of the large having his bar group speakout the right to be tried by a jury
airline companies wax enthusiastically about the plan. about civil rights. of his equals, but this is not Artificial Arrangements Potted Plants

Some time ago, American Airlines asked the Louis Despite the fact his standhas happening in many states, es- Funeral Arrangements Our Specialty
Harris research people to survey individuals about travel. led to a few members resigning pecially in certain sectionsof
Findings from the survey were not only interesting, accord- and to Colson receiv the country. "A Visual Message with Flowers Corsages
ing to American, but down right extraordinary. So unusual, ing hate letters. Working state by state, For the Discriminating".cowrie's
in fact, that American immediately began looking for ideas The ATL will hold its annual ATL has recently obtained
and innovations which would'"appeal to millions of people convention at the F on- passage in Connecticut of a Flower Garden
who have never thought of travel in the United States." tainbleau Hotel, Miami Beach, bill which changes the methodof .
Some'of the startling findings included: July 24-Aug. 1. jury selection at the state
(1) The fact that most Americans have not yet understood Perhaps one of the outstanding level. 6030 NW 7th Aveirae
how the combination of the jet airliner and the publiccar accomplishments of "Today," said Colson,
can broaden their domestic travel horizons, and that Colson's year in office was "Lawyers must step forward PLEASE REQUEST ORDERS 1 DAY IN ADVANCE
(2) many Americans have not uncb rstood that the price of the pushing of a bill in Con and let the people know that I
Auto-Jet travel is right for them. gress which will assure that the Constitution of the United PHONE 759-9168 NO ANSWER CALL NE 4-5801

As a result, airlines began searching for ways to make more Negroes serve on juries. States is not different colors II .. # ,

travel to distant destinations more attractive for families. f ,', '___, ....M....__ ._...... _""____A _'''U. .__........ u..u..
One of the ways is through the, use of rental car agencies, 'n'''" .., :."5:}. +v.:':
and hence the birth of the $99 package.And .
the best part of it is that airlines make it very .
easy to contract for the car. When making a reservation, one
should always tell the reservation agent that a car will be
needed at final destination. In that way you can always be
sure that a reserved automobile will be waiting, immediatelyyou !
and family deplane. ,JWfp$7Kf

Several people have designed their trips so as to make
complete circle tours of areas in the United States. A favorite $
is trip to San Francisco by jet and a car jaunt over
through Yosemite National Park, down to Sequoia National
Park to Las Vegas and back south to Los Angeles.As .
a final tip, ask about drop off charges. If you ar-
jange your plans carefully, many times you can escape this
extra charge and pick up a car in one city and turn it in at
another.

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fought battle over two oppon- surprise nominee from
ents. the floor Miss Boone pickedup ; t/t Un2SO6PR1ZESC' pa
Winning by the close mar- support as the ballotingwent
gin of 155-104, Miss Boone, along.
the director of Social Service Born in ,Atlanta, Ga., the
Dept. at Central State Hospital newly elected Grand Basileusis
in Petersburg, Va., had to the daughter of a railroad
fight off the "redraft" threatsof fireman. Acquiring degrees 7"
Dr. Wolfe's supporters who>I from Morris Brown and Bennett S I
wanted to renominate her although College for Women, she _
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she had firmly said received her masters in social 4ss f ;.
this would be her last term in work at Atlanta. .
office. Others who were i in Mrs. Marion Shannon of 1,1 ;, W .5.
contention for the.top spot i in Miami was elected antapok- ra
the professional and business- ritis.

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1 : -1 eco- teller at Roosevelt Savings and Loan Association accepts
congratulations from Congressman Claude Pepper on his

F edu: smooth operation of the .ore than 4,500 accounts of the in*

stitution. Harris is a graduate of Booker T. WashingtonHigh r
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times District of Columbia, creat- them."
Blacknell-Ewing Ne ing 445 new'job opportunites. The dedication ceremonies -
I chance The loans go to businessmenwith took place! at,.the new, i
and very low incomes who Watson Meat Company plant,
Exchange Nuptial V and an need funds and management 3344 East 45th Street. Thefirm's
to ex assistance to improve their owner received a $20-
firms, and to others who need 000 loan from SBA in 1961;''
St. Paul Ame Church, 1875 They wore identical pro- .
NW .51st St.was the and whlte help to employ jobless :or for operating improvements.
setting summer cotton.
the result of increased
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major under-employed person's.Among
Friday evening, July 9 at six .es trimmel in contr
business, Albert Watson re- ;
o'clock for the bows of the an the businesses receiving
marriage of same quested-and received-a "
Miss Jcreline Breacya Black- The ring bearer was last loans, many of which have $206,300 loan under SBA's
nell, daugmer ot KCV. ana Karlon Jackson He been owned by Negroes, have regular lending program to
Mrs. J. B. Blacknell to Rus- white linen suit with he been wholesale cosmetics
build a new plant.
sell C. B. Ewing. He is the socks. of the firms, rug-cleaning plants,
son of Mrs. Richard Ewing Jr. The ushers were Pro soft-drink concerns, beauty
and the late Rev. Ewing. Jackson, King Rankin, ), salons, floor and window-
The Rev. The odore R. Gib- Poitier, Patrick Range cleaning firms, food carry-out
son, rector r unnst episcopal Ike Vaughn. All the men ( of shops, dress shops, bakeriesand THIS'SPACERESERV ,
Church, performed the fashionably attired in manufacturing companies.
beautiful candle light cere coats, black trousers Foley urged Negroes .EOFOR
white boutonnieres. throughout the country to
mony.Rev.. ,Blacknell gave his Moonlight roses and Foley look into the program as a
daughter in marriage. She was enly shades of yellow and means of improving their ,_MISSDECATHLON. ;
exquisite in an Empire, gown of' decorated the lavish cities. businesses or as a means of '
white imported Italian linen which was held on the .J'J 11 going into business. :
enhanced by sleeves of heavy ious lawn of Her "Negroes must become
lace, the flowing floor length Mrs. Mena Jackson of under more business-minded if '
side panels of the gown gave ( ove. The mothers of half they are to assume a more 1965 "
the radiant bride a regal ap- bride and groom were Negro important part in the nation's .
pearance. Her tulle veil was es in the receiving line. economy," he said. "I am
fastened to a beautiful match- Mrs. Ewing was made hopeful that they will use the
ing headdress. She carried a' from North Catolina -
prayer book decorated with Presently she is pursuing I'
white orchids. Her only jewelswere vance studies at American I I

a tiamond and pearl Washington, D. C. I APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATES -CALL
cluster necklace with match- I

ing earrings.The Her husband, Russell, -"-' -- --- t
bride was attended by graduated fromTennesse I I \
Miss Sylvia Genwrightof Jack CollegeT:' Presently he is
sonville and Miami, a close ing in the U. S. Army, I I BONDED yI
friend, as Maid of Honor while Division of Engineers, i
Mrs. Annie Johnson a cousin ioned in Virginia.The I
served as Matron of Honor. couple will I p ?
The Best Man was Dr. Washington.Mrs. I I II ) RENTAL '
Richard Ewing brother of the Willie Hue
rnom. close friend of the I I
Miss La
Bridesmaids were has \known, the bride
Demia Flakes, Opelika,' Ala., early childhood, directed
and Mrs. Edith Poitier Miami, lovely wedding. AGENCY INC.THE '
Mrs Esther E. Bailey and Out of town guests .
Miss Zelma sisters _
Ewing, of Dr. and Mrs. Richard
the groom. III, brother and sister4n
The brilliant shades of of the groom, Nashville; LARGEST COLLECTION AND RENTAL
yellow white and gold colorsof Corrine, Steele, Opelike,
the bride's sorority, Delta and Mrs. Maxine Flakes. AGENCY IN THE SOUTH; OPERATING IN
Sigma Theta were carried bert Cassar and Carl
throughout the brilliant occa- Nassau Bahamas. From
sion. In keeping with this col- Palm Beach came Mrs. DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.
or scheme the attendants phine Mitchell, May Ellis
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were charmingly '
attired Mr. and Mrs. Holloway
GEORGE P. HARTH GENERAL MANAGER
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yellow cotton
gowns. son, Mrs. Johnnie | ,
The Maid of Honor's gown bride's cousin, Lake : :: : c
was of gold. They carried Mrs. Ida Washington, : AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
nosegays of yellow rosebuds. Plains, NY,; Mrs. Susie "
Dainty little Lois Johnson, vis, Hollywood Fta.; 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
Wilberforce, Ohio and Theresa Rosena Jerrido, Ft. '*
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Washington White PlainsNewYork dale and Robert Hayes,
served as flower girls. star. :, :also l has employment service at main office
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E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publish/
GARTH C. REEVES, Monoglng EditorM

_mb.r of the National N.w.pop.r. Publl.h.f. Anoclotlon w lar "
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SUBSCRIPTION RATESOHC
YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $ .oo

Entered at Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post
Office at Miami Florida, under the oct of March 8, 1876
:
Office at 6740 N,*. 15th Avenue Phon. OX 10421 1 H ,1'' .
p tor .t ;
"CREDO t>F THE NEGRO PRESS"
Th. NEGRO PRESS believes. that America can best lead Y "fir r
the world! from racial and national antagonism when ,It,accord ,
*, to every man regardless of race, creed or jcplor his : '
human and legal',Igh,.. Hating no man, fearing no'man-the 4:: .
H.gro'Prsia strives to help every man in the firm bejlef that )
all men ara.hurt .. loop as anyone Is held bock. 4 'S
..
r .ter Iij "

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STEVENSON A GREAT LOSSIn s _

the death of Ambassador Adlai

Stevenson, 65, the nation has lost one of its
'' i
most valuable citizens. 7< _

street Ambassador July 21 from Stevenson a heart attack.died on Before a London going Local Urban League Guild to Host National Guilds 1

London he had been attending diplo-
to a The Greater Miami Ur- 31 at the Council of Urban League
er on Saturday, July head, Mrs. Sarah Pullum,
matic conference in Geneva. ban League Guild will host 12:15: P.M. Guilds. Mrs. Ann Lindsey Packard,
Ambassador Stevenson was a former gov- the Council of Urban League Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt,wife Pictured above are Greater Left to right front Mrs.
ernor of Illinois. As United States Ambassadorto Guilds National Meeting of Miami Beach Mayor will Miami Guild members Cherry Boyer, Mrs. Olivia
the United Nations, he made his contribu- during the National Urban bring greetings. Other program making final plans for con- Rogers, Mrs. Eugenia Mitchell .
League Conference at the participants from the ference. Left to right;.stand Miss Betty Moss,Mrs.
and
tion and was respected both by supporters Eden Roc Hotel Miami Mrs. Essie
on luncheon are Mrs. Whitney ing Hagans, Willie Williams, Mrs. Mar-
also by those who disagreed with his views. Beach July 31 thru August Young, Jr.,Mrs. Harold Mitchell Mrs. Sara Yaeger,Mrs.Ma- garee Johnson, Mrs. Carlee
Funeral services were held at the State 5, 1965. President of Greater bel Rogers, Mrs. Mamie Gill, Daniels, Mrs. Maude K.
X3apitol in Springfield and burial in the family Mrs. Charlotte Moton Miami Urban League Guild, Mrs. Alice Thompson, Mrs. Reid, Mrs. Frances Watts
Hubbard, Deputy Assistant Mrs. Hubert Gill Vice Pres- Mary Wilkerson,Mrs. Doro- and Mrs. Sylvia Hillsman.
plot at Bloomington, Illinois. Secretary of State for Public ident, and Mrs. James M. thy Baker, Mrs. Margaret
President Johnson and other dignitariespaid ArfA'lstheluncheoJ1speakPhil' Reid, National President of Davis, Jr.,Mrs. Dollie White-

high ,t tribute: _to_ this outstanding_ _American. .
j He was held in high esteem by both races in

l America. Ossofer .. *t ,
.. ,
President Johnson has selected Chief WORSHIP WITH : ,' "-\ 1 ', _",
:' <
that r' 'f
I see ,partially through '
Justice Arthur J. be the : '
Goldberg to new ; ; : "
government the '. ;
ambassador to the United Nations, the posi- 1966 automobiles pressure will have j j'i
tion left vacant by the death of Ambassador many more safety features, designed YOUR FAMILY
Adlai Stevenson. to lower the number of

Justice Goldberg, in accepting the ap- traffic safety fatalities.measures Undoubtedlysuch will THIS SUNDAY ,,
.
said :;
pointment :
help, but we need drastic
"The message of Adlai Stevenson to the preventive measures to keep
world must continue man's ancient sup- accidents from happening.Some r ft. $
plication to 'grant us peace.' He promised to of these features to

attempt to bring the rule to relations between be long incorporated been mandatory in cars in have air- HELP WANTED w :i'I

-the various nations it is that or doom and ., .
planes, proving, perhaps, that NEW NIGHT CLUB !
we all know that, Goldberg said. flying is safer than driving k
on the road. Better padding to' BARMAIDSWAITRESSES 5C
soften impact will be one big
{ TAX ROLL '65-66 improvemen What some drivers k t

Just like Ole Man River, our tax bill need is a padded cell DANCERS C ,
but not with wheel.
a steering
rolling along but the difference is it '
keeps The safest automobile in MUSICIANSNo > 1 .
rolls up, seldom down The City Commissionon the world is like a weapon in i 1'J; <., .
Experience
Monday approved a tax roll of $980 million the hands of a poor driver. To .' '-ps Sr- t
'
which increases the city's revenue by $130,000 such a one, a driver's li- Necessary
more than was anticipated.This C T5$ ,. is thins really and a cars hunting shouldbe license Interviews Monday, ::::r: '. I

means taxpayers must pay $18.24for placed in the hands of mature July 26 =:( }
each $1,000 value on the tax roll individuals, only regardless CLUB CONTINENTAL ga
COCONUT GROVE of their age, but not in 6000 N.W.TthAve. .
the hands of overgrown, irresponsible '. \
Coconut Grove will be given a $13 mil- children. '''' t
7.,
.
l lion sewer system in spite of objection by It's good to know the travels. All we need is to .
some of its citizens who felt there was no need government and the manu- learn the three Rs of driving: ,
facturers are becoming safety Reason, Restraint, and Regard .
for it.The conscious, but it will be more for our fellowmen. Whenwe ax
plan is to give the citizens 10 yearsto welcome news when driversdo learn well this lesson, we i'; .
pay off assessments in annual installments.The likewise. will have peace and safety on '"
city will pay $721,200 of the cost from Imagine how wonderful it the road, plus another most ,
will be when drivers use the welcome bounty lower .
bond funds and of 100 of
owners parcels "
golden rule in their daily insurance rates!
property will make up the balance of $538,800

through assessments.No ties to open three pools, but Federal District INSURANCE
assessment bills will be sent property Judge Harold Carswell dismissed the petition, WINS TRIP TO NATIONAL
star
owners until July 1968 saying he could find nothing in last year's CONVENTION Miss Alma Clayton,

North Miami Beach has approved plans Supreme Court decision to indicate courts can agent for Central Life Insurance Co is shown all

and has let a contract for a city-w'vide sewer order cities to eporate swimming pools. receiving a roundtrip jet airline ticket with
Convention
system at a cost of $8 5 million. The judge said further that the city can- expenses paid to the National Insurance
not sell or lease the pools or otherwise allow and the World's Fair in New York.

SCHOOL PROBLEMSThe them to be operated' a segregated basis. This is the second consecutive year that

School Board has not as yet been able The pools in the Capital City were closed Miss Clayton has won the prize for outstanding

to solve its building problem, and Supt. Joe July 4 after Negroes tried to integrate them. production among Central agents. A. D

Hall certainly has his hands and head full. We suppose Tallahassian will have to Moore, Miami district manager is making the
find a river or the ocean but even there will presentation.-Glamous .
"' Work on the controversial Richmond photo.HURRICANES
be found disagreement.
Heights School has been abandoned and the
matter left in the hands of SuperintendentHall.
LET 'EM ROLL

j Teachers' salary might be settled as far Well, the Florida East Coast passenger :

I as day schools are concerned; but now here trains will be on the tracks again come .
come six evening principals who face demo- August 2 after an absence of 31 months 'V'"" _- -

tion in rank and salary of assistant principals. brought about by a history-making railmen . .ARE COMING. PROTECT YOUR

Representatives of the county's physical union strike.. ,!HOME AND FAMILY WITH"NATIONAL
education, teachers voted to request an im- During that time the railroad has exper- ADVERTISED
mediate investigation by the Florida and Na- ienced quite a bit of sabotaging, but failed to .

tional Education Association of plans to agree with the union. Awnings AND FENCES AT

trouble the size of elementary physical edu- The case was taken before the court, re- .......- ---- ---
f < ruPECIAl""LowP'rl: :
cation classes and shift 110 physical education sulting in the Supreme Court decision order- lsl

teachers into the classroom. ing resumption oi' passenger service between ) '$ ,
.4**-i*<

SWIMMING Miami Miami and Jacksonville.as a whole will join with Mayor k b (.---...;.,. ... .6zat.. }"';.'. _
'U'' --
_, There will be no cooling off in public Robert King: High who said he was elated at FOR 1it r n
swimming pools this summer in Tallahassee, the announcement. It was at his suggestionthat FREE ESTIMATES AND

any way. The pools are closed to prevent race the City of Miami brought the suit to FAST INSTALLATIONS
mixing. Negroes have petitioned the authori- force the resumption of passenger service.



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday July 23, 1965 5'r' '
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LETTER ; I-;! ;: : .

TO THE 1 The Richmond: He : s.sfitJ

I !PITQ'iJ.' "," tfesiJi'K&.lo&Jxi, : : '" > *. "*" > ,, .. '.* L .

The Miami Times released listing the schools to dwelling under an assumption community desire the serv-
6740 N.W. 15th Avenue be relieved by Colonial that if and when Richmond ices,' we feel sure that these
au me Higgs Johnson and 1 little son, Miami, Florida Heights, we observed the conspicuous Heights gets its school resources would not give
Michael are leaving Sunday to spend a few Dear Sir: absence of Frank that they can get their own them an inferior product
weeks in Hampton, Va. as houseguest of C.Martin as pne of the school with the projection substandard services. Peopleof
First, let us that we schools to be relieved. It Is
Pauline's sister, Helen Holston. say that the future expansion oftheir any community generallythink
apologize for waiting so longto interesting to note that oneof neighborhood would twice before giving up
speak out on this mat- the staunch workers of the
Shortly after recuperating from 'result in the gradual displacement those community resources
an Op ter. However, reticencewas that
our now the
group opposes
of
Richmond Heights
eration needed to cultivate
a new
and bingo Mrs.
Mary Jenkins' not brought about because building of the Richmond pupils by their increased
in that which is theirs
doctor has her slated for a Thursday morn we did not have viewson Heights Elementary School school-age population. This Bride heritage, theirs in
ing ,entrance to Jackson for another date for this matter. Contrary to brought to the attention of belief will only lead to heart- present endeavor:and theirsin
the 'operating room. this, we did not readily. real- the .Richmond Heights Citizens break and hard feelings in future outlook. This is the
ize that the voice of the
op I
Committee fact that the future.
stand have taken with
we regard -
Little Keith Carter and Gleen Butler position such would in the command taking 250 students out of Let all of our county understand to our schools.
space newspapers, Frank C. Martin would not that we are not
spent a weekend vacationing in Nassau. on the air waves and in the We have,every hope that
relieve the over-crowded the
schoolsin
con- working to keep
hearts of the entire the American dream of In-
Get well county. ditions of Frank C. Martin. Richmond
wishes to Heights
-
Harry McCartney and segregated
Cognizant of our mistake, tegration will be realized, if
to Jennie Reaves who are convalescing at we would like to present to Therefore, it was imperativethat we are not workingto not In our lifetime, then in the
work keep the schools of Colonial '
the schoolin
their homes. the entire Dade County area we to get lifetime of our children. Yet,
Richmond Heights segregated and I
what we consider, 'THE Heights. we earnestly feel that the Negro
Residents of Richmond we are not working to keep
Della B. Carey is vacationjng in Wash- TRUE RICHMOND has done more than his''
ington, D.C. with her grandson, Fred Mc- HEIGHTS STORY". Heights two were then confrontedwith any segregated.school in this county share towards,improved human ,
opposing movements -
Irreparable harm has
Caskill and family. in pursuit of quality Proponents of both opposing relations among Americans. -
been done to the image of our It Isourdeslretoneveragain
The James F. Wells' (Catherine) are once well-managed and cordial education through- quality integration education or- cere In their views efforts.are equally It is their sin- tread so near the prey
We view
spending a few days in Orlando. with extreme community.dissatisfactionthe quality educationthroughan solemn objective to see the dpice of disaster In our county -
explosion of the Colonial updated curriculum in a schools of Dade County in- in our. state,,in our coun
After a fascinating and enlightening Heights School controversywhich neighborhood school. As tegrated, no matter what the try, nor in our world.
month's vacation in Liberia and Ghana, Africa was brought about by parents and citizens we had cost It is our solemn objective We appeal to all Amer t
the the responsibility to choose to see the schools of leans to seek to findthingsof
Mrs. Mattie L. Barkley has returned to home. unnecessary Involvementof
worth in the
Dade Let Negro community
local and national civil between pressing for the per County integrated.
petuation of no one be so naive as to believe things of worth in the I
So glad to hear Lillian Peterson is at home rights leaders through the quasi-ntegra- ,
that a school can be ability of the. Negro, and }
hasty decisions made, and lion to off-set some of the
and after
improving being hospitalized.We unsound arguments advanced socio-economic deficienciesof built in Colonial Heights, things of worth Individual ,
our status or working to without many of the pupilsof Negroes. \
wish by well-meaningnewcom-
you a happy birthday, Tonya
Richmond Heights enter Sincerely,
r
ers to the Richmond Heights deve op within ourcommunity -
Yvette Dyes, William George, Kirkwood community. a stronger sense of pride ing. School Board policy al- Willie L. Redding 1

Forbes, Willie M. Brown, Fred H. Seymour, The Richmond Heights among our people and 1m- lows this and right demandsthis Edward H., .Hanna
Rhondrea Foster, Andrea Wilder, Jerona School was originally requested provi'd programs of learn- Those of us whocanafford Endorsed tyt
Jamison and Howard Owens. because the Frank ing, Independent of any social to transport our chil- Willie L. Redding, President- f
C. Martin Elementary, movement We chose to dren (And many of us can) Executive Board Richmond '
Captain and Mrs. William Forbes andson School P.T.A. and Richmond do the latter, feeling it our will do so, to all of the schoolsof Heights Citizens Committee,

after three years in Germany, are spend- Heights Citizens Committeesaw duty to consider the total Dade County. Inc. t
We feel the school is a com-
fit to have the school
ing a fortnight in Miami with Capt. Forbes' well-being of our children Gary Brown President-- i
munity resource like oth-
built In the community, if above all else. We could not, any
cutive Board Richmond
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Erskine Forbes before the purpose was to relieve even in the name of Integra- er community resource erected Pioneer
Heights Civic& Social
going to Baltimore. Frank C, Martin,Elementary tion, subject our children and in a neighborhood. Our Club (Men's Club), Inc.
School. Quality educationwas parents to the hardship of doctors, lawyers, opthalmo-
The Miami Chapter of Frontiers Interna- not a question, becausein making a trek two or three logists and dentists, with no Louise Byrd, PresidentExe-
tional will be well represented at their this period it is assumedthat miles outside of our com- particular desire to perpetuate cutive Board Richmond ,
,national meeting at the Waldoff Astoria in all schools in Dade munity, wherein the general de facto segregation, Heights Woman's Club, Inc.Ml i
York The County are working to obtain feeling would, be basically place their offices in our
(New this week Oscar Weavers, the J Ji
quality education. one of non-acceptance as was neighborhoods knowing that .
George Kilpatricks, the Robert Gabriels and Frank C. Martin Elemen- borne out by a July 16, their clientele would be drawn ;i: .
the E. N. Taylors left by auto on Monday tary School had 1260 chil- Herald news article. from the Immediate vicinity.

Garth Reeves jetted up yesterday. dren already in grades one We have become aware Likewise, our churches, AMI. TIMES I,
through five and 196 sixth since this issue was rekindled stores and schools are addi I ... r n th. lJr .:.' -
Cherry get-well wishes are for,', Melvin graders that were at that that many residentsof tional conveniences placed to w Y I
Seymour, Joseph Kershaw'/ Eliza Dean, and time housed at the Richmond the Colonial Heights area serve the community. If cir- ADIsM
Beatrice Dean. Heights Junior High School. have gained great solace cumstance has it that only
When the memorandum was from our stand. They are the members of the immediate ..I.l.. ..;
Congratulations and best wishes to John .

Cherry and Marsha :Kemp who were joinedin Girl Scout 409 with headquarters at the jJI'IG'

Holy Matrimony last week. Carver YMCA, left today for Potomac, Md. SUPPORT
and the New York World's Fair. l' *:l' '
Blanch H. Dean has left on an extended Marsha YOURYMCA I {,'r
Kemp and John Cherry were '
vacation that will take her to Tarboro, N.C., joined in Holy Matrimony Thursday. Immed- : > RESULTSWho
...
Philadelphia and then to New York. iately following the ceremony there was a I ..,. J1h,.4A

Mrs. Addie Hollis of Waycross, Ga., is reception.
visiting her sister, Mrs. Mattie Barkley and Theodore and Hortense Robinson are va-

brothers, Julius Smith and Dennis Smith. cationing with their daughter, Jeanne in Bal-
timore. They will be joined by Phaion's

Gloria Lacey and daughter, Patrice, are parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phaion C. Hyche I from R
vacationing' in New York. Detroit. Together they will visit the World's e. I

Fair and friends and relatives in
Nine-year-old Joey Bernard Roberts of 'east. the North-

New York City is visiting his great grand-

mother, Mrs. Lucia Edden, grand father, Saul

Edden, grand aunt, Annette Love and aunt,

Vernon Lindsey.

Among prominent men coming to Miami r f" 4 N T firstto

Beach for the American Trial Lawyers Ass'nare was

Detroit attorney Claudia Shropshire and
Detroit Congressman John Conyers. I wrap up a case :

Miami Zetas attending the 45th Boulein e --
Scotland Yard
New York were Marian Shannon, Rosa Lee or

Fortson, Gladys Smith, Rosa Ragsdale, Sandra

George, Josephine Mackey, Juanita Pinckney, Alexander Gordon ?
Vernay Jones and Hannah Edwards.

George Newbold, 820 NW 67th St., a
former Miami funeral director, who has been Scotland Yard started

'ill for some time is now, at Kendall Hospital. NASSAU, Bahamas Baseball Hall of sleuthing in 1890. Mr. ij'4' ,

Friends hope for his recovery. Famer Jackie Robinson presents trophies to Gordon over a century

winners of Pepsi-Cola's International Golf I ', before. Came up with _
Eastern Airlines Negro employees held
Tournament held here July 12-14. Left to right his brilliant solution in
their 13th annual picnic at Virginia Beach last
James Paul, East Elmhurst, NY; men's championship London, 1769. The
Saturday. Barbecued ribs and chicken were :
flight winner Frank Jenkins Patterson
; bright flavoured, brit
featured on the menu. NJ, seniors champion and Robinson, hon- tle-dry gin that's now

Ebenezer Edwards and LaVerne Barkley orary chairman of the event-Photo by William. one of England's most GOR H

exchanged vows Tuesday night before Rev. Roberts. venerable institutions. a
Douglas Davis and Pearl
L. A. Thompson. -
Lt: 1j_ Biggest-seller throughout i
Williams stood with the couple. pin 11ED
England, America, IONDONDY
Mrs. Lillian S. Pleasure has returned from t pow rl'sL1Q the world. And quite j GIN

vacation which took her to Dothan and Co- 0 E Qat S possibly the one case _
bra ooN M M X11.iM
Thomasville and Valdosta Ga.
lumi, Ala., 4 K more celebrated than : .tr.'"

Patricia Mackey, Maxine Cooper and any of Scotland Yard's.

Barbara Scott left for Nassau Friday after Where old find new friends meet
spending two weeks with their aunt, Mrs. y

Caroline Morley whose daughter Grace is off EARL EDWARDS PR)P.
for a vacation in Nassau with the Coopers.

Emmett Williams is leaving Saturday or PHONE 7594422 4400 N.W. 1TH AYE.

a tour of the Northwestern U. S. lust,.t ii.L i' utuirw fniijoisinuoriwoi i. tonoor COIDOI'I DIY as cO.LTI.. LIots IU



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SUBSCRIPTION RATES
YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $ ,OO'' S*

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the POST
Office 'at Miami Florida, under the act of"March 8, 1876 t ::5.
a C.a \
Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone OX 10X21 MI .Rat

"CREDO -OF THE NEGRO PRESS"
Th. NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead
the world' from racial and notional antagonism when :It ,accords -
.to every man regardless of race, creed or {Cplor his
human and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no'mcin-tho :
N.gro'Pr.is strives to help every man In the firm belief that rY
all men arc hurt as longas anyone Is held back. ah

.s<

STEVENSON A GREAT LOSSIn

the death of Ambassador Adlai

Stevenson, 65, the nation has lost one of its
most valuable citizens.

street Ambassador July 21 from Stevenson a heart died attack.on Before a London go- Local Urban Lea/U-Guild to Host National Guilds I

ing ,to London he had been attending a diplo- -
The Greater Miami Ur- er on Saturday, July 31, at the Council Urban League head, Mrs. Sarah Pullum
matic conference in Geneva. ban League Guild will host 12:15 P.M. Guilds. Mrs. Ann Lindsey Packard,
Ambassador Stevenson was a former gov- the Council of Urban League Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt,wife Pictured above are Greater Left to right front Mrs.
ernor of Illinois. As United States Ambassadorto Guilds National Meeting of Miami Beach Mayor will Miami Guild members Cherry Boyer, Mrs Olivia
the United Nations, he made his contribu- during the National Urban bring greetings. Other program making final plans for con- Rogers, Mrs. Eugenia Mil,
League Conference at the participants from the ference. Left to right;,stand chell, Miss Betty Moss,Mrs.
tion and was respected both by supporters and Eden Roc Hotel on Miami luncheon are Mrs. Whitney ing Mrs. Essie Hagans, Willie Williams, Mrs. Mar
also by those who disagreed with his views. Beach, July 31 thru August Young, Jr.,Mrs. Harold Mitchell Mrs. Sara Yaeger,Mrs. Ma- garee Johnson, Mrs. Carlee
Funeral services were held at the State 5, 1965. President of Greater bel Rogers,Mrs. Mamie Gill, Daniels, Mrs. Maude K.
Capitol in Springfield and burial in the family Mrs. Charlotte Moton Miami Urban League Guild, Mrs. Alice Thompson, Mrs. Reid, Mrs. Frances Watts
Hubbard, Deputy Assistant Mrs. Hubert Gill, Vice President Mary Wllkerson,Mrs. Dorothy and Mrs. Sylvia Hillsman.
plot at Bloomington, Illinois. Secretary of State for Public and Mrs. James M. Baker, Mrs. Margare'
President Johnson and other dignitariespaid Affnir Is the luncheon speak- Reid, National President of Davis, Jr.,Mrs. Dollie White-
high 'tribute to this outstanding American.He .
was held in high esteem by both races in

America. Phil OssoferI ,
President Johnson has selected Chief WORSHIP WITH ;S' 5 rip
Justice Arthur J. Goldberg to be the new see that,partially through
government the
ambassador to the United Nations, the posi- 1966 automobiles pressure will have ;
tion left vacant by the death of Ambassador many more safety features, designed YOUR FAMILY J
Adlai Stevenson. to lower the number of

Justice Goldberg, in accepting the ap- traffic safety fatalities measures Undoubtedlysuch will THIS SUNDAY >

pointment said: help, but we need drastic y
"The message of Adlai Stevenson to the preventive measures to keep
world must continue man's ancient supplication accidents from happening.Some I\-
to 'grant us peace.' He promised to of these features to
attempt to bring the rule to relations between be incorporated been in cars have HELP WANTED
long mandatory in air-
-the various nations it is that or doom, and planes, proving, perhaps, that NEW NIGHT CLUB d
we all know that, Goldberg said. flying is safer than driving
on the road. Better padding to BARMAIDSWAITRESSES
soften impact will be one big
TAX ROLL '65-66 improvemenJ. What some dri-
vers,need is a padded cell DANCERS 5. 5-
Just like Ole Man River, our tax bill
keeps rolling along, but the difference is it but The not with safest a steering automobile wheel.in MUSICIANSNo % Ili

rolls up, seldom down The City Commissionon the world is like a weapon in
Monday approved a tax roll of $980 million the hands of a poor driver. To Experience ..' i
which increases the city's revenue by $130,000more such a one, a driver's U- Necessary
than was anticipated.This cense.cerjg& is buns really and a cars hunting shouldbe li- Interviews Monday, :::r: .

means taxpayers must pay $18.24for placed in the hands of ma. July 26 I i
=:J:
each $1,000 value on the tax roll. ture individuals, only regardless CLUB CONTINENTAL 4
COCONUT GROVE of their age, but not in 6000 N.W. 7th Ave. P
the hands of overgrown, irresponsible -
Coconut Grove will be given a $13 mil- children.It's t:"'" f
lion sewer system in spite of objection by good: to know the travels. All we need is to +y1 government and the manu- learn the three Rs of --
some of its citizens who felt there was no need driving:
facturers are becoming safety Reason, Restraiht, and Regard -
.for it.The conscious, but it will be more for our fellowmen. Whenwe ,
plan is to give the citizens 10 yearsto welcome news when driversdo learn well this lesson, we i,";>", .oMt.,.
pay off assessments in annual installments.The likewise. will have peace and safety on ,.
city will pay $721,200 of the cost from Imagine how wonderful it the road, plus another most !i';' "
will be when drivers use the welcome bounty lower '
bond funds -
and owners of 100 parcels of golden rule in their daily insurance rates .,' "
property will make up the balance of $538,800 ':---'

through assessments.No ties to open three pools, but Federal District
INSURANCE
assessment bills will be sent property Judge Harold Carswell dismissed the petition, WINS TRIP TO NATIONAL
owners until July 1968. saying he could find nothing in last year's CONVENTION Miss Alma Clayton, star

North Miami Beach has approved plans Supreme Court decision to indicate courts can agent for Central Life Insurance Co is shown all
and has let a contract for a city-''wide sewer order cities to eporate swimming pools. receiving a roundtrip jet airline ticket with
system at a cost of $8 5 million. The judge said further that the city can expenses paid to the National Insurance Convention
not sell or lease the pools or otherwise allow and the World's Fair in New York.

them to be operated' a segregated basis.
SCHOOL PROBLEMS that
This
is the second consecutive year
The in
pools the Capital
The School Board has not as yet been able 4 City were closed Miss Clayton has won the prize for outstanding
July after Negroes tried
to
to solve its building problem, and Supt. Joe integrate them. production among Central agents. A. D.
Hall certainly has his hands and head full. We suppose Tallahassian will have to Moore, Miami district manager is making the
find a river or the ocean but even there will
t Work on the controversial Richmond presentation.-Glamous photoHURRICANES.
be found disagreement.
Heights School has been abandoned and the
matter left in the hands of SuperintendentHall.
LET 'EM ROLLWell

Teachers' salary might be settled as far the Florida East Coast passenger
as day schools are concerned; but now here trains will be on the tracks again come .
come six evening principals who face demo- August 2 after an absence of 31 months .,.: -- --"" -

tion in rank and salary of assistant principals. brought about by a history-inaking railmen ARE COMING. PROTECT YOUR

Representatives of the county's physical union strike.. HOME AND FAMILY WITH NATIONAL
education, teachers voted to request an Im- During that time the railroad has exper- .
mediate investigation by the Florida and Na- ienced quite a bit of sabotaging, but failed to ADVERTISED .. .
'
tional Education Association of plans to agree with the union. Awnings
double the size of elementary physical edu- The case was taken before the court, re- AND FENCES AT

cation classes and shift 110 physical education sulting in the Supreme Court decision order- : ; SPICIM
teachers into the classroom. ing resumption oi' passenger service between lowlfrlcis: !
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SWIMMING Miami as a whole will join with Mayor ;' a 1 CNII., 44'6f9'62a': >1d3:, ,.
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_, There will be no cooling off in public Robert King: High who said he was elated at < i'a' .o..q
swimming pools this summer in Tallahassee, the announcement. It was at his suggestionthat FOR FREE ESTIMATES AND

any way. The pools are closed to prevent race the City of Miami brought the suit to FAST INSTALLATIONS

mixing. Negroes have petitioned the authori- force the resumption of passenger service. ...-



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The Miami Times released listing the schools to dwelling under an assumption community desire the serv-
6740 NW 15th Avenue be relieved by Colonial that if and when Richmond ices,' we feel sure that these
Pauline Higgs Johnson and little son, Miami, Florida Heights, we observed the con Heights gets its school resources would, not give
Michael are leaving Sunday to spend a few Dear Sir: spicuous absence of Frank that they can get their own them an Inferior product or
weeks In Hampton, Va. as houseguest of C.Martin as pne of the school with the projection substandard services. Peopleof
First, let us 'that we schools to be relieved. It is
Pauline's sister Helen say that the future expansion of any community generally
Holston. apologize for waiting so long Interesting to note that pne of their neighborhood would think twice before giving up
to speak out on this matter the 'staunch workers of the
result in the gradual displacement those
Shortly after community resources
recuperating from an ; I
Op However reticence that
our group now opposes the
of Richmond
Heights
eration needed to cultivate a new
and bingo Mrs. I
Mary Jenkins'doctor was not brought about be- building of the Richmond pupils by their increased theirsIn
pride in that which ia
has her slated for a Thursday morn- cause we did not have viewson Heights Elementary School school-age population. This past heritage theirs In
Ing, entrance to Jackson for another date for this matter. Contrary to brought to the attention of belief will only lead to heart- present endeavor, and theirsin
the, operating room. this, we did not readily real the .Richmond Heights Citi- break and hard feelings in future outlook. This Is the |?
ize that the voice of the
op-
zens Committee fact that the future.
stand have taken with
we re-
Little Keith Carter and Gleen Butler position such would in the command taking 250 students out of Let all of our county understand -gard to our schools. '.
space newspapers, Frank C. Martin would not that we are not
spent a weekend vacationing in Nassau. on the air waves and in the We have every hope that
relieve the over-crowded the schoolsin
con- working to keep
of
hearts of the entire the American dream In-
Get well wishes to county. ditions of Frank C. Martin. Richmond Heights
Harry McCartney and Cognizant of our mistake, segre- tegration will be realized, if
to Jennie Reaves who are convalescing at we would like to present to Therefore, it was Imperative gated, we are not workingto not in our flfetime,then in the
that we work to get the schoolIn keep the schools of Colonial '
their homes. the entire Dade County area lifetime of our children. Yet,
Richmond Heights segregated and
what we consider, 'THE Heights. we earnestly feel that the Ne-
Della B. Carey is vacationing in Washington TRUE RICHMOND Residents of Richmond we are not working to keep gro has done more than his:
D.C. with her grandson, Fred Mc- HEIGHTS STORY". Heights were then confrontedwith any segregated.school in this county share towards improved human -;
,two opposing move- 1
Irreparable harm has Amer
relations
Caskill and family. been done to the image of our ments in pursuit of
The James once well-managed and cordial education quality education areequallysincere again tread so near the ,
F. Wells' (Catherine) are through integration or In their efforts. It is their precipice
We view
community.
spending a few days in Orlando. with extreme dissatisfaction quality educationthroughan solemn objective to see the of disaster in our county -
the updated curriculum in a schools of Dade County in in our state,,in,our coun-
explosion of the Colonial
After a fascinating and enlightening Heights School controversywhich neighborhood school. As tegrated, no matter what the try, nor in our world.
month's vacation in Liberia and Ghana, Africa was brought about by parents and citizens we had cost It is our solemn objective We appeal to all AmerIcans -
seek
Mrs. Mattie L. Barkley has returned to home. the unnecessary involvementof the responsibility to choose Dade to see the schools of to In the Negro to findthingsofworth community -
between County integrated
local and national civil pressing for the per
So hear petuation of quasi-integra- no one be so naive as to believe things of worth In the
glad to Lillian Peterson is at home rights leaders through the
and hasty decisions made, and lion to ,olt-set some of the that a school can be ability of the. Negro and
improving after being hospitalized.We unsound arguments advanced socio-economic deficienciesof built in Colonial Heights things of worth individual

wish happy by well-meaning newcomers our status or working to without many of the pupilsof Negroes.
you a birthday, Tonya Richmond
Heights enter Sincerely,
deve within
to the Richmond Heights op ourcommunity -
Yvette Dyes, William George, Kirkwood community. a stronger sense of pride ing. School Board policy allows Willie L. Redding T

Forbes, Willie M. Brown, Fred H. Seymour, The Richmond Heights among our people and 1m- this and right demandsthis Edward H., .Hanna'
Rhondrea Foster, Andrea Wilder, Jerona School was originally requested provi'd programs of learn- I Those of us whocanafford Endorsed by:
Jamison and Howard Owens. because the Frank ing, independent of any social to transport our chil- Willie Redding,President-
C. Martin Elementary. movement We chose to dren (And many of us can) Executive Board Richmond
Captain and Mrs. William Forbes andson School P.T.A. and Richmond do the latter, feeling it our will do so,to all of the schoolsof Heights Citizens Committee,

after three years in Germany, are spending Heights Citizens Committeesaw duty to consider the total Dade County. Inc.
We feel the school is a com-
fit have the school
to
a fortnight in Miami with Capt. Forbes' well-being of our children Gary Brown, PresidentExe--
built In the community, if above all else. We could not, munity resource like any other -
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Erskine Forbes before the purpose was to relieve even in the name of integration community resource erec- cutive Board Pioneer Richmond
Heights Civic& Social
going to Baltimore.The Frank C, MartinElementary subject our children and ted in a neighborhood. Our Club (Men's Club), Inc.
School. Quality educationwas parents to the hardship of doctors, lawyers, opthalmo-
Miami Chapter of Frontiers Interna not a question, becausein making a trek two or three logists and dentists, with no Louise Byrd, PresidentExe
tional will be well represented at their this period it is assumed miles outside of our com- particular desire to perpetuate cutive Board Richmond
,national meeang at the Waldoff Astoria in that all schools in Dade munity, wherein the general de facto segregation, Heights Woman's Club, Inc

New York this week. The Oscar Weavers, the County are working to ob- feeling would, be basically place their offices in our
tain quality education. one of non-acceptance as was neighborhoods knowing that
George Kilpatricks, the Robert Gabriels and Frank C. Martin Elemen- borne out by a July 16, their clientele would be drawn : .
the E. N. Taylors left by auto on Mond y. tary School had 1260 chil- Herald news article. from the Immediate vicinity. MIAMI/.1.
Garth Reeves jetted up yesterday. dren already In grades one We have become aware Likewise, our churches, '
through five and 196 sixth since this issue was rekind stores and schools are addi- & _
Cherry get-well wishes are for... Melvin graders that were at that led, that many residentsof tional conveniences placed to
Seymour, Joseph Kershaw;' Eliza Dean, and time housed at the Richmond the Colonial Heights'area serve the community.cir AD7RESULTS:
Beatrice Dean. Heights Junior High School. have gained great solace cumstance has it that only
When the memorandum was from our stand. They are the members of the immediate J .; /
Congratulations and best wishes to John ..W"'bt AW'v' /
Cherry and Marsha :Kemp who were joinedin Girl Scout 409 with headquarters at the alJIG

Holy Matrimony last week. Carver YMCA, left today for Potomac, Md. SUPPORTYOUR ,I: JJIII J1 11M
and the New "
York World's Fair. /
Blanch H. Dean has left on an extended Marcha / .,t' ;1
Kemp and John Cherry were
vacation that will take her to Tarboro, N.C., joined in Holy Matrimony Thursday. Immediately '

Philadelphia and then to New York. following the ceremony there was a YMCA "MME

Mrs. Addie Hollis of Waycross, Ga., is reception. _
visiting her sister, Mrs. Mattie Barkley and Theodore and Hortense Robinson are va- -

brothers, Julius Smith and Dennis Smith. cationing with ,their daughter, Jeanne in Bal
timore. They will be joined by Phaion's

Gloria Lacey and daughter, Patrice, are parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phaion C. Hyche I from
'vacationing' in New York. Detroit. Together they will visit the World's

Nine-year-old Joey Bernard Roberts of east Fair and friends and relatives in the Northi.I .....

New York City .is visiting i his great. grandmother _. .. ..,

MrsLucia Edden, grand father, Saul
Edden, grand aunt, Annette Love and aunt,
Vernon Lindsey.

Among prominent men coming to Miami Who firstto
Beach for the American Trial Lawyers Ass'n was

are Detroit attorney, Claudia Shropshire and
Detroit Congressman John Conyers. wrap up a case :

Miami Zetas attending the 45th Boulein
Scotland lard
New York were Marian Shannon, Rosa Lee or

Fortson, Gladys Smith, Rosa Ragsdale, Sandra

George, Josephine Mackey, Juanita Pinckney, Alexander Gordon ?
Vernay Jones and Hannah Edwards.

George Newbold, 820 NW 67th Sta

former Miami funeral director, who has been ....-. '0- -- Scotland Yard started ,.

ill for some time is now, at Kendall Hospital. NASSAU, Bahamas Baseball Hall of sleuthing in 1890. Mr.

Friends hope for his recovery. Famer Jackie Robinson presents trophies to Gordon over a century

winners of Pepsi-Cola's International G o I f, before. Came up with
Eastern Airlines Negro employees held
Tournament held here July 12-14. Left to right his brilliant solution in _
their 13th annual picnic at Virginia Beach last
James Paul East Elmhurst NY
; men's cham- London, 1769. The
Barbecued ribs and chicken
Saturday. were
pionship flight winner; Frank Jenkins, Patterson bright flavoured, brit
featured on the menu. NJ, seniors champion and Robinson, hon tie-dry gin that's now

Ebenezer Edwards and LaVerne Barkley orary chairman of the event-Photo by William of England's GORDOH'$
one most
exchanged vows Tuesday night before Rev.L. Roberts. venerable institutions. ...! .

A. Thompson. Douglas Davis and Pearl :
Williams stood with the couple Biggest-seller throughout DIS1 t1tD
England, America, LO"DO"DRY
Mrs. Lillian Pleasure has returned from t EIrI S the world. And quite .MNIIIMM/-r1Y1/GIN .
vacation which took her to Dothan and Co- OaS ES possibly the one case ","! ":". ;'"

lumi, Ala., Thomasville and Valdosta, Ga. more celebrated than IMMI r M 7 r O.M: U.M x

Patricia Mackey, Maxine Cooper and anyof Scotland Yaid's.

Barbara Scott left for Nassau Friday after Where old dud new friends meet
spending two weeks with their aunt, Mrs. ',,

Caroline Morley whose daughter Grace is off EARL EDWARDS, PROP.
for a vacation in Nassau with the Coopers.

Emmett Williams is leaving Saturday or PHONE 759-3422 4400 N.W.1TH AVE. -

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 23,, 1965 3 7

In watermelon juice. Clyde Killens is back after a much
needed rest and vacation, and now everybody is wonderingwhat JESCA Thanks Camp Sponsors I .
he is going to get into next. Dave Akins and his
Trio still packing them In at My Cousin's Place. .Other
than running the Sattelite Lounge, Bill Harris has a success- Providing educationaland Mrs. M. Athalie Range,
ful Photo Studio called"Glamour Studio"...Mr. and Mrs. recreational activities in Greater Miami Links Inc.
William Chapman (Dana Dorsey), Mrs. Portia Bannisterand a Day Camp setting within Harry Lerner, Fifty-
Miss Juanita Barr enjoyed the Lonnie Satin-Dave Akins- the city Is a challenge. To fourth Street Drugstore, Inc.
Rudy Ferguson Show at My Cousin's place last week-end help the Community to meet Dr. Albert T Edwards,
....Band leader, Frank DuBoise, is rumored to be leavingthe this challenge, individualsand Liberty Elk's Lodge f 1052.
A Tiki Club. It is said that he might return to the Knight organizations contributed CAMP CLOSINGYou
L.( tJ \1 BY DAVE BONDU I IJack Beat or the New Club Continental(The Old King Of Hearts. ) to the James E. Scott are invited to come
Community Association'sDay "Right Down at Camp JES--
FOOT NOTE: President Johnson ain't no fool! Hehas a Camp SponsorshipFund. CA" and join the day campers -
Kofoed writes a column for the Miami Herald, Jew as the American Ambassador of the United States; a This also# enables boys in their closing program
Jack is far more experienced In Journalism than I, and Negro as the Solicitor General; His daughter became a and girls whose family activities. For your enjoy
he states that I missed the poor Whites, in my wonderlnes.. Catholic; and now he Isthinklngofputtlnga woman on the finances would not include ment and information campers -
But, I do not believe that Mr. Kofoed has been reading U.S. Supreme Court. Now all he has to do is create a post such a program to parti- will perform In dramatic -
any of my previous columns, and I have a few things that for a quiet member of the KKK (if there is such a thing! cipate. presentations, songs and
I'll again, about that and one for a member of the John Birch Society, and he'll
say too. Wouldn't be me, if I didn't. rhythms, demonstration of
E Chair-
Kemp,
:
I realize that there have the vote of the whole country, next election..Only Eugene skills
are as many poor White and talents.On .
persons as E. Scott
of the James
there are Negroes. .and maybe more. ..when you look at joking now. ..let's not start another fight! man Association's exhibit will be manyof
the population of the United States. The census shows more Let's all live happily, together, at least until next week, Community sends the beautiful and practical -
Fund
Whites than Negroes.I living life, every golden minute of It. PEACE! Sponsorship to those whose names orchids crafts made by the boys

do not Intend to create any feuds or arguments, becausemy on the list for the and girls. We look forwardto
policy is to Inform the Negroes, as well as the Whites, of ., first appear time and to our loyal seeing you "Right Downat
Dade County the situations that exist. What I said was, ,.. -" ''''' ., supporters as well: Camp JESCA", Liberty
"there are plenty of jobs published Inthe newspapers; but "' Square Auditorium, 6306
these white collar jobs are not for Negroes. Even if a poor : ::1..151.r Now!( : Appliances Sam Cuming, Inc. All Miami N.W, 14th Avenue Fri
white
person without qualifications that is
a high school Joe's Quality Market, Attorney day evening, July 30 at
graduate, will get a job preference before ,
a poor Negro _Martin,______ _Fine._____ 7:30: o'clock.
without qualifications with, a college: degree. And I would : : Tlit books iro t n
open
like to know how many Negroes are on the "white collar" "

staff ment,of where the Herald young?women I have been who could In the not classified be old ad enough depart-to .,.... ..........:. : :

have finished college are working, but I have yet to see :NO.W, PEARING '
"one dark face". .unless it was a Cuban face. w,.. <- aIN
It would amaze and shock a lot of folk to know the num- --- - -- PERSON '

ber of College graduates of our Race who, unless they are .. ." w r' ,S' 1
teachers, and working at menial Jobs like salesmen I '\
in stores, '
etc Their education and talents going to waste. The Miami THE SRERMANA:HOTEL! I II WEDNESDAY THROUGH

News has a Negro photographer on it's staff, Bill Tyler, I t't'I MONDAY
and a young Negro woman in it's office. There are many ,
Negro reporters and Lin-o-type operators who cannot get I SAND.....- >ANNEX po" '
jobs, except with The Miami Times and private printers. ,
The Printers Union has aclosedshop. There are many jobs
for which our people take and pass tests, and then are given 1 a it CoNditIORsd LO"I :; I ThDav
reasons that are so far fetched for not being accepted thata ,
smile is the only answer. Our system Is so bad that we I II
have people from all over the world working at the Airport. 1 'FOR YOUR !!!!!.YENIEN I Akins Trio ., '
Some of them
can Of
hardly speak English. course, you
do not see a Black Cuban out there, either .not behindthe t COLOR TV IN LOBBY :
ticket counter. Let Jack show me one AMERICAN I
NEGRO working behind any airline counter at Miami 1u:
International Airport, and I'll push a peanut for a full : ,All rooms contain wall to wall carpeting, t

block down Flagler Street. phone and bath Except, Tuesday (
We have hundreds of girls who are qualified typists I NK HgNfex
and file clerks but you don't see them In The Herald Office. I>

I have been out of work for along time, and I believe thatI II I Permanent Guests: $8 & $9 per week I If Dance Good Music;,
am a qualified representative for some company (public
relations has been my field for 20 years). I can drive and Double Occupancy"r I II CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT ,
do many things, but one look at me and the answer is f
'I'm sorry the job is filled.'Must Island there and call them I It
I the day $2 & $3 day Everyone Swings -
By
liars? These ads with the words "Equal Opportunity em- I: : per ,

ployer" written on the bottom of them are mostly for the Double Occupancy Ev.ryoge'Welcotn e
birds. They ask for experience that they know damn well t, -; 'k RIGGIE
'p you could not have possibly had living In Miami. (July'thru September) ,,>\t ", > <,;\" : "" ..., ,. MataR
There is always a beautiful excuse. tl "
What our friend at The Herald must realize is that he MY COUSIN'S PLACE
can write and talk about the Negro Problem, but he is on r Completely: furnished 1 bedroom apts. Light, '
the outside looking in. I live it everyday, and have for 44 week. I LOUNGE AND NITECLUB
and free $22.00per 1.,
years. We both report the news and write as we see things, : gas water :' (Formerly the Smith Brothers Club)
but we both have our opinions hewrites for Millions and 1
1 write for 150000.that is quite a difference. I have one 207 NW 36 ST and 2nd AvtHL

other thing to say, and this was told to me by a wealthy 1465 Nw54jk 91151.
White man, a few years ago. He said. "The Negro has !.R J B-BI98

come a long way, and he still has a long hard fight. I 1.. .......__S ... ... .. .-.. araa Nitely Broadcast WMBM with Allan Rock **
admire him for _his courage and stamina and the fact that
he had to get what he has the hard way. The White man
has been free all of his life to enjoy, to learn, to do any; OPA-LOCKAN
thing he wanted to do. There is no excuse for a poor, unqualified
White Man." I have not altered one thing I said i I VACATIONS IN D.C.
in the column under discussion for I have living proof that t
these things have happened to Negroes. .right here in Mi-| Roy Lee Moultry, 2055
ami. .and these willing to step be counted, Washington St., Opa-locka,
persons are up
motored to visit Miss Creta .
and point fingers In the direction from whence thes eA, Skiles, 2520 10th St., I j 1
indignities came. Of course, I read Jack's Column, too,
everyday. It is almost compulsory forme,because Is next N. E., Washington, D. C.
Mr. Moultry 14
spent
to Dick Tracy.'...and I do love my comics. wonderful and exciting daysin
'
t M i D.C. While there he took ."PRESENTS JI Ns,' '
in such sights as The White
PRETTY GIRL OF THE
WEEK: Carolyn Sweets House, The Capitol Building -
Senate Building, The
(cocktail waitress at Hampton ,
House). Justice Building, Treasuryand
Bureau of Engraving, The
PRETTY BOY OF THE
and the famous
WEEK: Dr. Elmer Ward, Monument
of and Martha
home
George
President Emeritus, Roosevelt -
Savings. Washington in Alexandria Vir
gtnia. Luckily while there he
POLICEMAN: OF THE was able to witness the National .
WEEK: Lt. SV.. Holland. Shriners Convention 8AS1E ,
COUNT
DISC JOCKEY OF THE and gigantic parade that con- WITH ., (
vened there last week. VOCALISt
WEEK Clarence Taylor
: Y ''.; ORMER ,
(WMBM).
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Next week, my girl will wrltethecolumn, and I will be in'' P1t

Nassau for the opening of the Sonny Payne Trio at Peanuts '( d+- fCostarring
Taylor's Yellow Bird Club. I will be back in about two
weeks. Naturally, I'll be staying at Marietta's Guest House, ..rs'

. mainlybecauseshelsadolland the place is nice. Sonny ,
and his Trio will be staying there too. The Yellow Bird is
on Wulff Road, so if >ou're In Nassau during that time, rf I i AREAL
stop by, please and say hello. '
SWINGING
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There was a young man who was a high school studentIn GROUP ; y %
Atlanta, Georgia a good many; years alrol who made all
ol (he amateur shows that I l\fC?d. At me, 1 was one V
of the Nations top 10 J l.Js and, thought with a few con- 4 n WAME's Wlldmon Steve M.C.

nections, I could help this talentedyoungman. So I went to
the Principal of his school and asked if he could take time off sr-;
to go to California to record. That was the beginning of his a o J 3-2. '
career. In later years, he made more hit records, and was
finally selected to replace Joe Williams with the Count Basic
Band After being featured vocalist for the band for 6 or 8 Smiling Eddie Lee Pitu ,
months, he decided to take the same step as Joe took, andis man, popular local busi CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT
now onhisown. This week end you can see and hear him nessman. I In the new Owner tg1 1 ot,Sb Nite Thursday -Ladies Nlte
Amateur
at The James Club. Oh yes, his name: TITUS TURNER. c' the Dive-Inn Mar N 5AI t, Tuesday -
He'll sing his way Into your heart. 1772 N\V 79th St. Phone e Sc ,ot a Butterball, Your Host & M.C.
01-9431. He Invite all 4teda ,
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sand-throwing squabble
involving a mixed group and
white youths In SL Augustine
resulted In the arrest of a
) Jacksonville white barber
Sunday on St Augustine'sBeach.

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About 18 white youths
began throwing sand whena
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,* group of 10 Negroes and
four whites went swimmingat
St. Augustine Beach for
the second time In two days, \ bTT
F Sheriff L. O. Davis said.
r The officer said two Ne-
iV
; groes were struck by whites.
Twenty-six-year-old James n
Crosby of Jacksonville was
... arrested by sheriff deputiesand
'Si charged with assault and
battery. He was placed under
bond of $100.
Led by integration leaders
Lucille Plummer and James
Jackson, themixed group left
the beach as the sheriff re-
quested when a growing
crowd of about 300 specta-
tors arrived on the scene.
The Sheriff said many of
the Integrated group, which
i included two white females
: and two males, were not res- We are proud to introduce to the community
idents of SL Augustine.In ANNIE MAE HARRISON, our manager of the Mr.
a similar incident, one Bond Wig Salon in Ft. Lauderdale. MRS. HAR1JI-
Negro and one white were arrested SON was graduated from Dillard High School In
on Saturday,markingthe Ft. Lauderdale in 1949. A rare combination of bus
first racial trouble at the iness, fashion artistry and sociability..MRS. HAK
beach since last summer. RISON makes the perfect consultant on wiggeryAl !

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Rev. Lucy has a God given power to help you by
of Miss Universe at Miami Beach Saturday night. put in operation by August prayer. People come from far and near to see this
1 to improve maternity and great man of God that never fails to deliver, becaut
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indigents.Dr. the rest and failed, then try one of the nation's best.
E. L. Matta, directorof You will never regret the day you did. Now If you are
maternal and child health tired of promises see Rev. Dr. Lucy today, tomorrow
for the County Health Depart- may be too late.
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WEEKLYSggJAL College and completed the requirements football and tennis. His tennis
Fox Is Only Negro StockBroker for the master of team played.third in the State
liW>'f < ', education in
I degree 1961A Tournament last May after
I native -of Rlchmand, Va. only two years of competition.
NOTESBY In South Florida and the father of five children Mr. Fox.has,been active'in
.. he has lived in Dade County the Y's Men Club of the Carver -
Melvin C. Fox Jr., has the last nine After
for the years. Branch YMCA. lie is a
ii: MR. BOND MODELS 1 distinction of being the only acceptinga position at Dorsey; member of Mt. Zion Baptist
Negro currently engaged in the Junior High School in 1956, he Church. He Is the president
securities business in'thi.. moved to North Dade Junior- ot the Cosmopolitan Tennis
WHATS NEW IN area. At least we know of no Senior where he is also cur- Club. His hobbies are tennis
f DHOWARD COUNTY other active broker in the bus- rently the chairman of the (naturally), chess and music
iness. Mr. Fox is employed by ,A physical education depart- appreciation.
I Do drop In to our lovely Prudentiallnvestment Corpora- ment. He has coached varsity
Ft Lauderdale Salon 1295 tion and has been active in
N.W. 6th Street JA 4-0393 the business for the past five
and have a chat and a cup of I years. He has been associatedwith JOIN THE NAACP
coffee with MRS. ANNIE MAE Prudential for the last
HARRISON and MISS ETHEL r three years. Prior to that he
was with Financial 1C ....
Planning ;
BELLAMY. -- ---- -- -
Starting at $39.95 and up Corporation In addition t(]I r ,
from tails,and"Instant stocks,bonds and mutual funds
wiglets pony"The he is also licensed to sell insurance I ,OPBNINC SOON t tI
Beauty", Wicked! Wig", or some sensational hand : -
mades, Mr. Bond's BEAUTY SOCIAL, : Fox is a graduate of
given by a A.erica..d
Morgan State College. While in I Foreign :
Mr. Bond Model is NEW news. MHS. HARRISON :
collehe he was a varsity mem- I I
is one of a team of professional models trained to : ber of the tennis boxing and Auto Parts
give a Beauty Social on fadal beauty charm and : football teams. lie earned varsity II t
poise, orwig-naircareatyourhomedubor
church.
: letters in tennis and foot-
At Fort Denning he completed
To arrange for a Beauty Sodal call 922-3559. A : ball. He was also president of' Basic Officers Course and I FOR ALL CARS IL t
Soda Is free
Beauty a public service of Mr. Bond. his graduating class, presidentof
Basic Airborne His
Beauty Sodals are given in Miami, Ft. Lauderdale : Training.
his and
fraternity
vicepresdent -
with the
and Hallandale. When In Miami, call 759-2482. of the overseas duty 24th NW ttMKSfe
dormitory council. Division carried him to Koje- -J
Upon graduation as a Distin- Do, Inchon: and Pusan. Korea. I j
WHAT'S NEW IN DADE guished Military Graduate he After being honorably discharged -
entered active duty and reported he enrolled in the
Miami Salon 1552 N.W. 54th Street OX 1.1311 to Fort Denning, Ga. Graduate School at Springfield ..,. .........

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ADA WILLIAMS SALON 2488 N.W. 54th St-
3 BEDROOM FURNISHED HOUSE
634-4796 MRS. BRYANT Manager. MRS. ADA
WILLIAMS: looks wonderful in her new "Mr. Bondwig" FOR SALE
and so does another "new friend" of ours, 4141 N.W. 23RD CT. FOR RENT Rear 2 bedroom furnished duplex. Income $240
FANNIE WILLAIMS.Of month. Total $12,950. Good terms.
course BEAUTYRAMA-6821 N.W. 3 Large Bedrooms
15th
Ave.
691.9721 MRS. EMMA 5 ROOM HOUSEUnfurnished 2 bedroom CBS. Very good condition. Lot 50x144.
SUMMERSETT is an-
other authorized cenfer for Mr. Bond Wigs. Florida Room, Furn. $12,500. Good terms.

On Friday evening, Mr. Bond Models, SUSAN 2 Baths, Garage and

ALLEN, AZALEE HUNT,JANICE MAYCOCK, work shop. Lot is 3314 N.E. 69TH ST. OWNER 512 N.W. 51ST ST. 574-9450
ALLICE JENNINGS, and ROZ HILL entertainedth
KINSat the Parisian Room.BLANCHE CALLO- 50x143 Feet Call NE 4-0942

WAY, as the emcee, glorified the evening with her $7,500 Buys Apt.
charm and wit. Our Models wore fashions from KEY REALTY HI 5-3524
LORY'S FASHION SHOP, and were attired in outfits 361-5311 LIKE SPANKING NEW!
for a round trip airplane excursion from Miamito .
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Europe and home. THE WINNERof a Mr.Bond .. 1840 N.W.83RD' TERRACE
Wig: MR. R. PIERCE.On .
Sunday afternoon, MRS. ROSE WILSON as LOW! LOWI DOWN PAYMENT

the hostess for the STARS OF BETHLEHEM, BRAND NEW! No qualifying. No closing costs. Move in today.
LODGE f44, Senior Model SUSAN ALLEN and I
FRANCES WNITEandBARBARA LINDSEY were : $500 TO $Ioeo DOWN! * *
Mr. Bond's Models.: THE WINNER a Mr. Bond
NEW! NEW! NEW!
N.W. 76th Terrace
1754
Wiglet: MRS. WOODS. :
JANICE MAYCOCK, and junior models DOROTHY : 1527 N.W. 4 Oth Street 2 BEDROOM 1 BATH
BROWN and ERICA WILLIAMS presented a MANOR PARK AREA
Mr. Bond Poise and Fashion Show at a Tea held : OPEN SAT. & SUN. I 1-6 P.M.
at the OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH. '!' $490 down, $68 month. Full price $10,500.
: Large 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Hones, Choice of Tile
IN FT. LAUDERDALE"NEW OF Anyone can buy. See today.
MR. Roof.' Carport, Built-ia Oven & Range.
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: MRS. BROXTON, MRS. DAVIS, * *
MRS. MCMILLAN, JOSEPHINE DEMPS, MRS.
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ROBINSON, CURLY KIT, MRS. STROMAN,
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MIAMI- "NEWFRIENDS OF MR. BOND": Broker CBS. $10,800 total. $85 month. This home paid for
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Tuesday night a Youth Hall Birthday Party...
Radio station W.M.B.M.furnished cakes and punch. II II 9-8372 801 N.W. 54TH ST. PL 9-9132

Guest speaker, Mr. Frank Cowan, Associate Director I
of Greater Miami Urban League spoke to the : !IN Town
girls about the purpose and objectives of the league. : :Its* Bvys a, -i:

the Skills Bank, Job Corps,and opportunities available -
for students to earn salary while attending
school. Thanks Mr. Cowanthecommunityappre- +
elates your interest in our youth. OPEN SUNDAY 2-G P.M. COME SEE +

Mrs. Marion Muldrown, President of Cosmetology .
unit 97, announces that Mrs. Allene Scott, 3210 N.W. tOTU AVENUE
Mrs. Alice Lucas, and Mrs. Ella Mae Hall are volunteering .0
their services every other Tuesday to the bedroom bath .O
Youth CBS Beauty, 3 2 dining room, large
Hall program. The girls there are given high
fenced. total. down.
style hair fashions and taught how to use makeup.a kitchen, garage, $14,000 $450

most important feature in a girl's life. THANKS 4025 N.W.5TH AVENUE
ladies-this is indeed a service to our youngsters who
are so in need of a beautidan's care. Large 3 bedroom, 2 bath, dining room, Fla room, 2-
At a later date, Mr. Bond Modelshaveagreed to .
Only $1,500 down. No qualifying.
car
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visit the girls at Youth Hall and have a cultural
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Deposit this coupon at anyjl"''''':' * * :,
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the Hampton House. FfA rangecorport. $14,500 total. $450 down. Call onthis. :
if
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wig styled and set by Mr. Bond WigsA Corner CBS Beauty. 2 bedroom, 1ft bath plus den, : 39 N.W. 49th Street FHA. $10,000

Sunday dinner and cocktails for two at the dining room, air condition, appliances, carport,patio : -
Hampton Housel! many extras. $14,500 total. $450 down. Hurry onthis J ?- 65 N.W. 49th Street $400 Down ,

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MT. HERMON MEN ON PASTOR'S AID BOARD MT. OLIVETTE BAPTIST

145N.W. 1st Court

PARADE FOR MEN'S DAY SURPRISES PASTOR, WIFE Rev I. C. Mickins, pastorOn

last Wedneday night,
The greatest ,Men's Day On last Sunday at 6 p.m. the pastor' accompanied by

ever held is almost here. Rev. and Mrs. S.L. Gay hada the Youth Choir, rendered ser-

The date is Sunday, July date to go to dinner at the vice for the Sunday School

/ 25 at Mount Hermon AME home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward and BTU Congress of the At-

Church of Opa-locka. The Dorsette, 1970 NW 154th St., lantic Coast Baptist Associa- MT. ZION BAPTIST
PHILADELPHIA most anxious to Little did
NEW men are Opa-locka. they
tion, convening at New Mt.
present the greatest pro- suspect a party, because both Luvenia Knox
Zion Baptist Church in Home-
420 N.W. 40th Street gram ever. If you fail to attend of their birthdays had passed. The and choir Public Relations OfficerOn
stead.
Rev. William H. Washington, you will 'miss a great Rev. Gay's was July 6 and as usual, were pastor at their best., Sunday, July 25, the

pastorWe Mrs., Gay's July It. men of Mt. Zion will'sponsor
treat.The On Sunday at 12:20 a.m.,
morning speaker Both had passed, but the their annual Men's Day pro-
the and his lovely wife
are grateful to the Lord Rev. T. E. Wright is knownto board had planned it that way. pastor gram. The public is cordially
and members of the choir and
for the many showers of bles- be one of Miami's best As Rev. and Mrs. arrived, Mr. invited to attend. We feel that
sings that He has blessed us speakers. Dorsette greeted them in his church left' by chartered bus you will be greatly inspiredby
Ocala where
enroute to
with recently. Sunday's ser- Dinner will ..be served.. in usual, way but Mrs. Dorsettewas Rev. a program that reflects
honor of
Mickins had the being
vices were excellent. In the the afternoon prior to servicesto FfiENDSMP M.B. not in sight, she was too much thought and planning.At .
the morning at the
speaker
morning service five young be rendered by the dynamic
busy biding the many membersof 11 o'clock in the morn-
people came down to join the Blacknell of St. Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor homecoming services of New
j kev. J. B. Mt. Herman who had already ing Dr. G. W. Hawkins, one of
church. Special guest pianistfor Sis. Ruby Lee Can, reporterWe Bethel Baptist Church. Thisis
James AMR Church. Along arrived. After a few membersof our outstanding dentists will
the church Rev. Mickins attended -
the day was the Rev. with him will the famous Jr. ,the members of Friend- the Pastor's Aid Board had deliver the message. Dr. Haw-

James Wright. During the and Senior choirs. This prom- ship Baptist Church, have greeted the pastor and his wife as a young man and kins has given excellent

evening services,we observeda ises to be one of the high- been blessed for 2 years under and all seemed quiet, Mrs He preached still has his first relativesand sermon. leadership to many of our im-

special meditation programof lights of the day, so don't the leadership of our belove Dorsette, who is the chairmanof many portant organizations, among
friends in the vicinity and
great hymns of the church. miss out. pastor Rev. J, E. Jenkins, a the board, let the group In them being the National As-
The theme hymn for the occa- To complete the day's ac- man of God who has led us singing Happy Birthday to the pastor, Rev. McLeod and sociation for the Advance-

sion was, "I Need Thee Every tivities in the evening merfrom : wisely and well.Now we come members of New Bethel left ment of Colored People. He
Hour." The church was dimlylit all Miami will You.Rev. and Mrs. exclaimed no stones unturned in seeing
over parti- to the celebration of his 2nd Gay served as president For a num-
and the tithing box which cipate in a panel discussionand anniversary as pastor of what a frightening experience that we were made to feel at ber of years. He has traveled
reflects the light of the cross musical The Our hearts home. After listening to
program. Friendship. are that was. They were too extensively, thus giving him
added much to this most ap- musician for the day will be filled with joy and thanks- surprised to speak. Prepara- most inspiring sermon deliv- a rich background for this res-

propriate service. The pastor'smelodious Arthur Evans of Miami North- giving to God, because he tions had been made tor a ed by Rev. Mickins, we en- ponsibility.At .

singing voice was western High School. Amongthe heard our prayers and sent this sumptous dinner and then joyed a sumptous dinner serve the evening service,be-
heard echoing throughout the will be well ed by the ladies of the church.At .
is
'panelists man to us. Our membership there were many beautiful ginning at 7:30 Rev. EdwardT.
church and the congregation known young mer, such as rapidly growing. We also say gifts from the members of the the afternoon servicewe Graham, minister of the

joined in the singing. We were John Lee, Richard Dunn and our pastor is a builder be- church and even on last Sun- enjoyed a sermon and church, will deliver the mes-

lifted above ourselves as the James Fayson. Come early cause in the near future we day they were still receiving beautiful music by the pastor sage. He plans' to speak on
and-hoir of New Bethel.On .
I Holy Spirit made itself mani- for a seat. will begin building a new gifts' from the members of the the subject "Men-Their
fest. Certainly, we all received I am sure when you leave church.We church. our way up we stoppedoff "

a refreshing of the you will agree that this has are at this time asking Rev. and Mrs Gay finallydid at beautiful Si Iver Springsand Christian Responsibilities.
Don't miss this wonderful opportunity
Holy Spirit's power. An altar been the greatest Men's Day and extending to our friends, speak at the dinner and had breakfast.We for enrichment in-

call was made, and many came ever held in the Greater Miami a most cordial invitation to they said that the members of who were fortunate to
forward to be prayed for, and area. come and share with us the Mt. Hermon had made them make this trip will always re- the field of Christian endeavor. -

. to receive the blessing of the glowing memories of Rev. feel member the fellowship that *
of hands the even more obligated to we had there.ALLEN Mr. Ellis A. Adger, general
laying op by Jenkins services in the past the great task of devotion to chairman for the 1965 Men's

pastor. MEN'S DAY AT TEMPLE two years. The love that we God and to Humanity.The .
CHAPEL AME Day Program along with
mem-
Sunday, July 24, at 3 p.m. feel, for our pastor is deep Pastor's Aid Board
BAPTIST CHURCH bers of his committee have
the Deaconesses and Stewardess ,
reach-
and
genuine. So we are
displayed a huge birthday cake Services begin Sunday
Union will meet at New worked diligently to make
ing out inviting our friends to
saying in riling, "Happy with Sunday School at 9:30
Philadelphia. We are invitingall this year's program one that
share on this occasion, July
Rev. and Mrs. Terrance Hill
Birthday to a.m. Supt. pre-
will
of members and friendsto you thoroughly enjoy. Do
our 23 at 8 p.m. Rev. Paul Free- Gay." siding assisted by his able
be with this you want proof of this? Then
out us as man and congregation of Zion
They also gave a cash staff of teachers. The pastor
of ladies make come out on Sunday, July 25,
great will be in
group }'' Hope Baptist
.. the review
'' present. will give of the and be the
their first at our '' and judge.
appearance charge; Sunday July 25, lesson.
church, 420 N.W. 40th St. .. ( ;; 'lid .. with Rev. H.
at 3 P.m. C.
deliver the
,!J I BETHLEHEM BAPTIST The pastor will A.M.E.
MT. ZION
I Because this is the first time Smith and congregation of

that the union will meet at '. d ,: .1'1; Jordon Grove in charge. 1475 NW 58th Terrace 'morning fashioned message Love followed Feast.byan'old (OPA LOCKA).

our new location we are"go .. .. Come to church. Have your Rev. Oscar West, pastor Choir No. 1 and the Junior Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor

ing to serve special refresh- faith lifted. You are always The pastor delivered two Gospel Chorus will furnish Mrs. Evelena Glenn, reporterOn
ments. We are asking that
welcome. inspiring sermons. Choir No. music.
everyone come and be a part 1 and Usher Board No. 2 ren- ACE league at 6:30. Bro last Sunday the youthof
of this great fellowship. the church celebrated their
During the evening servicewe DAY SPRING M.B. CHURCHRev. service. The pastor commended Robert Carter, president, pre- annual Youth Day. With sucha
Usher Board No. 2 for its siding. A round table discus-
are going to have a short time of planning they
spe- Wm. Slater, pastor service and its uni forms. sion will be presented.
cial that will
and
quartet gospel chorus presented a program
Naomi Ami ca, reporter God blessed us with Sis. Evening worship Dr. J.A.
singing. The hour remembered
for by
this be long every-
Sunday we were wonder- Alma Hogan who united withus Roberts, presiding elder of
will be at, 7:30: So don't one attending the services.
p.m. blessed the under experi- will
derfuUy by Holy Christian the North Miami District
fail to take in these During the morning servicethe
part services Spirit. Our pastor preachedout The vice president of the deliver the message and will
We'll be looking to see REV.L.E.DEAN of his soul and the choir junior choir. Ernest Delaughter hold his third quarterly con- youth of Macedonia Bap-

you. ________ The ninth annual cele sang the wonderful songs of thanked the pastor and ference. The pastor will be tist ushers Church served.sang They and did their a

GREATER NEW MACEDONIA bration of Men's Day will beheld I Zion.Our parents for such an enjoyable requesting all boards to have wonderful job. The speakerwas

Sunday at Temple Bap- revival service will picnic Saturday, their reports and seal of $5 for Mr. Reginald Burton, a
3165 N.W. 56th Street tist Church. The speaker al t; start in August. Prayer meeting Out of the seven days cele- the conference. of Booker T. Wash-

Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor the morning worship will b<::' will start on the Second of bration at Bethelem,the church Friday night, July 23, Mrs. graduate School one
Willie J. Beard, reporter anniversary is one of.the most Fannie Gaddy is ington High ana
Rev and will Spry spon-
the L. E. Dean, a younj,; August preaching of the teens of Miami. His
Sunday is Youth Day duringthe minister with a message for start on the Fourth of August. enjoyable. Besides the relig soring a pie walk at the subject top was "Faith to CarryOn

morning and evening ser- today. He is a teller at the:; The Rev. J. E. Phillips of ious and fund taising Implicatioris church beginning at 7 P.m. which was enjoyed by,
vices. At the afternoon .services Lincoln National Bank. Th: Ft. Lauderdale wilt preach the fellowship and welcoming A pew rally will take place ,
all.
the Junior Church will St. Mary's W.M. Church Male revival sermons. He is truly of the "lost flock": is Sunday morning Aug. 8. The During the evening serviceMr.
stressed. The whole will
observe their anniversary.The Chorus will sing for this a great revivalist. You are day following are captains: Sis. Billy Hall also a graduateof
youth department along service. invited out to hear this great be a lively one, including the Irene Daniels, Fannie Gaddy, Booker T. Washington and

with the directresses have The feature of the evening,' man of God. officers, members and friends Laney McNear, Virginia An- of the teens of Miami
gone all out to make this day service will be a musica 1 Please pray for the sick presenting a special 3 o'clock crum, Ruth Nelson, Della one the top subject "Edu-
spoke on
both spi- presented byTemple'jMale I i and shutins. program.As Safford and Lucille Parsley.
one of the greatest program cation Challenges the Negro
usual The Growing Everyone is invited to
ritually and financially.The Chorus. "
Both of these fine
Youth.
youth will be in GREAT REVIVAL AT Church is inviting all friends worship at Allen Chapel, "the
commendedfor
with the to be with us on this day. church with a welcome and a young men were
charge beginning delivering such powerful
MT. You will "
OLIVETTE certainly
enjoy a for the people.
School and closingout program
Sunday
profitable Sunday. messages. All of the visiting
Sunday night. A great revival will be at youth, visitors and youth of

Sis. Willie M. Williams, Mt. Olivette Baptist Church, SALTERS CHAPELRev. Mt. Zion were thanked for

Sis. Tommie Grissom and Sis. 1450 N.W. 1st Ct., of which USHERS' UNION REPORTThe II. J. Benson, pastor helping to make .Youth_ Day a
Nettie Merine, directresses, Ne Rev. I. C. Mickins is pastor. Marshall success. Miss Patricia Williams -
The revival will start on Sun- monthly Union of the Flossie reporter was chairman. Mrs.

MT. CALVARY M.B. day, July 25 and continue Ushers' Federation Asso- The Sunday School Convention Ophelia Lucky was selectedMrs.

t through August 1. Baptismwill ciation met on last sourth Sun- begins Thursday, Wonderful of Mt. Zion.
Rev. Atchison, pastor be held that night. day afternoon at New Mt. Mo-
Carter July 22 at 10 a.m. for the W. The Brownsville Choirs
Constance reporter The evangelist will be the riah MB Church, Rev. A. L. Miami District at New Bethel Union met at Mt. Zion Sundayat

The No. 1 Usher Board will Rev. W. B. Sims, pastor of Shipp, pastor. A.M.E. Church in Clewiston, 3 p.m. Everyone attendinghad

sponsor' a sale on July 24.t New Hope Baptist Church of The program was elaborately Fla., Rev. J. D. Dukes is the a shouting good time. Mt.

Many appetizing dishes WHLIbe < Liberty City. The Rev. Sims planned by the ushersof pastor. The delegates from Zion A.M.E. Choir No. 1 was

on sale, and an invitation 1 was a guest last year. This New Mt. Moriah. Also, at Salters Chapel are Muriel very happy to take the cape

is extended to each and every year he is back by popular re- this Union the ordination of Ward, Christine Bogan, Orien from Bethlehem Baptist Church

one. I quest. Rtv. Oscar W. West as pastorof Adams, Joseph Davis, Ber- Choir No. 1. Thanks to every-
Prayer meeting will be Come out each night and Bethlehem M.B. Churchwas nice Ward Mrs. Annie Lee one that came out to help

conducted during the week of have your faith lifteij held. Rev. J. C. Wise, Gunter, and Mr. Earl Glenn as them.Visit

July 26-30, from 7 to 8 p.m. ST. MARY'S W.M. pastor Greater Hope Well M.B. chaperons for the girls and Mt. Zion Sunday!! We
The bus will leave Sun- welcome
boys. you.
Plan now to attend to begin Church, Ocala, delivered the
your prayers for souls to be Rev. II. V. Stuart, pastor message. We were gracefully day morning at 7 a.m. with all ST.
>S and the the members and officers to MATTHEW'S F.W.B.On .
saved. d",:: Dorothy Major, Reporter preached to Holy
Services were spiritually Ghost was truly present. render service at Clewiston. last Sunday Rev. Sis.

BAHAM ASSEMBLYThe EDWARD THOMPSON high all last Sunday. Rev. Amount raised: $156.15. Come and go with us, we will Jenkins of Orlando was the

The chairman and cochairman : Pinder who is visiting from return at 5 p.m. Sunday. There guest speaker for our morning

Baha'i Assembly of Bro Edward Thompsonand Nassau delivered a wonderful The Union is held every will be service at Salters sermon.

Miami will hold its regular biweekly Deacon Reubin Hepburn, along message during night service. fourth Sunday afternoon in Chapel Sunday morning and Sunday evening our pastor

picnic, Sunday, July with the membership in gene- Sunday morning there will each month, alternating at a night for all those who can- brought the message.

25, 12:30 p.m. at the Coconut ral, extend a cordial invitationto be Testimony. At night we church that is a member. not go to Clewiston.Miss Next Sunday is Woman's

Grove Marina Park, 27th Ave., their many friends to spend observe our memorial. All Members of the Ushers' Lucender Woodson is Day. You are invited.

and S. Bayshore Drive. the day at Temple, "The members and friends are ask- Federation Association. First' still ill at home, give her a Baptism Sunday morning.

Miss Margaret Dencage, ChuTch that cares." ed to come and worship withus. Baptist Church, Opa Loch; ring Hurry and get well, we:I Cars will leave the church at

member of the Local Spiritual This Saturday the annual Greater New Macedonia M.B. miss you. Don't forget the I 7:30 a.m. going to Virginia

Assembly, will speak on Men's Day dinner will be We would like to thank Kelly's Chapel,New Bethany, sick and shut-ins. They need Beach. Come out and enjoy

"Life After Death." The publics sponsored at the church. Donation Liberty City Social Club for New Mt. Calvary, New Mt. your cheery hello's and your yourself. Let's make this daya

is !invited! to bring lunch one dollar. Service from observing its 20th anniversarywith Moriah, New Shiloh Peaceful prayers. Visitors, you are success. Don't forget to vis-

and enjoy the ,picnic with us. high noon until? us. Zion and Trinity C.M.E. always welcome. it and pray for the sick.



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r "f/-;' "":,., the Mars Hill Christian Church ST. AUGUSTINE A special to the president for alumni
) will observe 'its fourth year
for
,' "" fund-raising campaign and church affairs.
1.
JJ1 ) f$:, '; 'q' anniversary of the church. the benefit of Florida Memorial Voicing support for the
Mw.; The church is located at 2455
t ; College here has been launched drive were spokesmen of the
: NW 68th St. The services will with participation of the constituent conventions: Rev.A. .
e N4' } : h' gin with the Sunday Schoolat college's three constituentstate B. Coleman of the General -

-: I I ./ 10 a.m. The morning wor- Baptist conventions, State Baptist Convention,
r ri '. ship at 11 a.m. At the 3 p.m. and sparked by personnel on Mrs. Susie C. Holley, Wo-
% i : hour all churches will come loan from the American Bap- men's Auxiliary, Rev. J. C.
tS P ", together to share with Mars tist Board of Education and Sams, Progressive State
i i 'i< .,. {r,", Hill in these celebrations.. Publication, it has been announced Baptist Convention, and Rev.
f The fellowship of the Greater
p 't' by FMC PresidentR.
tL .C A. H. Parker, M & E State
; tt t Miami Christian Church Fel- W. Puryear. Baptist Convention.Also .
lowship will be present as is A goal of $357,000 has attending the planning

their custom once a year been set for the campaign, conference was Dr. Julius E.
Since Mars Hill has proclaimed which will terminate Oct. 1. Avery, recently assigned by

this fourth-year, "Ex- Outlining the plan for the the Southern Baptist Conven-
pansion Year," efforts are campaign at a conference tion to work with national

; being mad to. expand the ser- held on the Florida Memorial Baptists in Florida. Dr. Avery
Rz vices of the Missionary Dept. campus July 12 was Paul C. expressed confidence that
of the church to include a Carter, Director of Public Re- many friends of the college
nursing home. Efforts are beIng lations Services for the Boardof will want to support the campaign -
made to build a 100-bcd Education and Publication in recognition of
- first class nursing home for of the American Baptist Con- of FMC's three-quarters of a
all religious and educational vention, whose headquartersis century in training young
workers who spend a lifetime in Valley Forge, Pa. people for teaching, the ministry -
serving the cause of the com Also present to help con- and other professions.In .
x 4 munity. Every citizen is urgedto duct the campaign were War- addition to church cir-

support Mars Hill Nursing ren Mild, director of the De- cles, the fund-raising drive
1I 4I Home Project. Come Sundayand partment of Collegiate Edu- will address itself to alumni

: learn how you can help. cation, Park Rushford and friends of the college, as
At 7 p.m. the executi Special Services, and Morton well as civic-minded Flori-

P a, $ minister of the Christian Work, Area Representative, dians at large, President
w
I y ykl Churches of Florida will be all of whom are attached to Puryear stated.Leadership.
P the main speaker. The Jerusa- the ABC's Board of Educationand
lem Quintet will bring special Publication. Assigned to personnel of
music as well as the choir No. work with them were William the college's constituent

2 of Macedonia Baptist Churchof Kennedy, public relations conventions are scheduled to

% Prey Coconut Grove will bring director for the college, and meet on campus August 5 to

., special music. The pastor and Robert J. Lovett, assistant report on progress made.
\'. members have lost no time in ._
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." ,' able occasion : Join the
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Rev. J. B. Blacknell. was the laying of the I day members marched I.7; -:-. na g ;:::% -aIij' :;a ,

pastor of St. James AME corner stone. While the from their present placeof .. ,. .-.-
Church is shown on the pastor Is performing a I worship at the Com- .. ,,,,...._- "-..-- .1 4'.v! :: ; I
steps of the nearly com- ritual the corner stone Is munity Center to partici-

pleted edifice on 65th St. being inspected. pate In the ceremony.The I \ IBM ,
near 19th Ave. Sunday Despite a wet, showery church will be ded- ; ;;! InstituteMT
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TRAHSGURA110NEPISCOPAL( ) McGHANEY pray for them SPEAKSI St, John Bullet Fired $350,000 I! 'I I I of Technology i'

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,17:9, I have heard a saying i
Fr. Elisha S. Clarke, Jr., vicar that if a family pray togetherand Into Northwest NEW YORK NPI-Dis- 't'' ) 'I'.

The Church of' the Trans- play together, they will tribution of $350.000 to 33 COLLEGE OF DATA,.. PROCESSNG SCIENCES
always be together. Did you member colleges and univer- ;aaray o .aat .c+.q anwr w.w.-sa '
figuration cordially invites you ever stop to think that we all Section Home sities last week was announced ;.'..t_?' IBM MACHINES COMPUTER PROGRAMMING

to Services their'and Patronal activities.Festival Theyare are brothers and sisters in by the United Negro I ,: Men. nd'wd.en ore needed now'l in the .data processing I
God is the Father of us all, College Fund. The will
: Sunday, August 1, Pa- A bullet was shot through money \. :'field I 'the! fatten growing field, In tfce U.S.V '. '
Christ? be used to help meet current ,
l tronal the even window of Mr. and ,. : t
Festival Tea, at 1 the front "' ,. ;''''11- >t ,
God from and bol-
church, S p.m.; Monday, Au- whom Prayer every: Almighty good prayer come Mrs. William A. Davis, 1611 ster operating scholarship expenses programs for 1 ;' ; 1.::: V TRAIN NOW.FOR A. SECURE" FUTURE, t

- gust 2, Beach Party, Haulover eth and who pourest out on all N.W. 91st St. house shortly more than 13,000 students. ,.,' Earn, wort"than $10fOOO/ytorll) ,

. Beach; buses will leave the who desire it the spirit ,of after 10 o'clock Saturdayas The fund's president, Dr. ,
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church's grounds at 10 a.m.; grace and supplicationdeliver they watched television.The Frederick D. Patterson, noted 11ft; : DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES NOW FORMING

r- the Thursday Transfiguration, August 5,, Eve Solemn of thee us, from when coldness we draw of nigh heart tc the predominantly Davis's moved. white.into. that from; initial the $350,000 contributions obtained to I >'1, Call Mlaal' :Tech 'oo"olnt..t. Pfc.: 633U41Or t tI

Evensong with Benediction of of mind tha t neighborhood about three send this coupon for farther tnloriyotlon'
r and wanderings : ; the organization's 1965 campaign I I If
r the Blessed Sacrament p.m. steadfast thoughts and kindled( weeks ago. In his account for $5,174,000, represents -
i Friday, August 6 the Feast of affections, we may worship,I to the police Sunday Davis the first of four disbursements f Miami Institute of Technology f fI

the Transfiguration, Solemn thee in spirit and in truth thru said: to be made to the 1250 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami
, Sung Mass with procession 7 Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen+ "My wife only heard one fund's member institutions I I
a.m.; and at 10 in the shot, but I heard three. One
i Patronal p.m. MidSummer ?o until later, if God's will thewindow, came throughthe during the next six months. NAME ...........................................AGE...........
evening Annual thanks for reading. hit I
Hop, Biscayne Ter- blind and hit the wall a ADDRESS...................................PHONE.............
/' race Starlight Room. Donation foot over my head. Then it SOCIAL SECURITY I MT1JBdfllCttfiOll'YoorKeytoth.Worldof I
. $1.50. Music by Billy Rolle NEW PROVIDENCE M.B. ricocheted and lodged in the
: and his Orchestra. Get your dining room wall." ,
ticket from any church member The Senior Usher Board Davis said that he lookedout j
will celebrate its third anniversary his wife .
calming
or call the church office t after "
.i or vicarage: 685-2001; 681- Sunday, July 25 at 3 and said to her, "Look, do 10. -"-.0:411] .1:1II L.__-----------1

, 3393. Mr. Ebenezer Edwards, p.m. Rev. Roscoe Jackson of you see any one else lookingout .. -........ 0' ......_
) chairman6217206. Oreater New Macedonia M.b. ?" Everyone was inside! ,
e Church will deliver the mes- calm and quiet. Then when
d You are invited. "You don't have to retire
sage. came
police came everyone
11 ZION HOPE Revival is near. The prayer completely to get social security -
said.
will out, he benefits Edward P.
revival ,
meeting for the
3 Rev. P. Freeman, pastor The 26-year-old Davis,
2 and will con- Blonston, social security dis- OURLOCATION
,r Sis. E. Jackson, reporter begin tinue August throughout the week. who is employed in the ship- trict manager in Miami North, IN
ping department of a dress NOW
, will begin said today.
Service was spiritually Preaching service shop chain, moved to his
l" high all day Sunday. August 9 thru 20. Rev W. M. new home with his wife, 24, "If you earn $1200 or less
'. The pastor is urging all Boyd of Albany, Ga., will their three-year-old hon and in a year, you are consideredto .NEW
d You be completely retired and
are
the services.
members to attend their week- condust a 14-month-old daughter
would be entitled all
to
" your
ly meetings. invited. 3.ft'We.
July
. The No. 1 Usher Board is There will be a sale at the, had negotiated for the benefits," he added.If IHBHH HH HIH MjJohnson
Y all day. You you earn over $1200 in a
having a tea Sunday, July 25 church Saturday house for a few months. Peo-
g at 1755 N.W. 83rd St. and we may stop by or call the churchfor ple had seen us coming and yeark you may be consideredpartly of
t' Barbecue, potato retired and entitled to Miami
are asking everyone to pleases delivery. going," Davis said.
will be part of social security
attend. Time is 4 to 6 p.m. pies and other eats "The lady next door wel- your
'' benefits. For example a worker -
Donation 75*. on sale the neighbor
h comed us to would have only one dollar 9
,. Rev. Linder will preach hood. Everybody around
in benefits withheld for
) Tuesday night July 27, in behalf ANTIOCH BAPTIST seems to mind their own busi two dollars earned between every 1168 N.W.38th St.I
of the No. 1 Usher Board ness. Therelsa Negro family
and For
Anniversary Rev. P. W. Wiggins, pastor in the next block, and I never $1200$1700$1700.annually, earningsover one dol- (Corner 12th Ave. & 38th St.)
' Powell, reporter
Don't for the Bro. Willie
forget to
pray heard of anything happeningthere. lar in benefits is withheld for'
sick and shut-ins. The church anniversary ." each dollar of earnings. 635.474
Phone
+ will be the second Sunday in They were unable to get Mr. Blonston emphasizedthe
GAMBLE'S MEMORIALe August. Each member is ask- the bullet from the Davis wall, fact that, no matter how

,i (CHURCH'OF GOD IN CHRIST) ed to donate $5 for this event. deputies said Sunday, be- much you earn in a year, you
' The third Sunday in Octo- cause it had fallen betweenthe can be paid your social secur-
lg The Mothers' Board celebrated ber will be Men's Day. All beams. ity benefits for any month in

)r their seventh anniversary -men are asked for a donationof -. which you neither earn over Still offering the very best in photography.
on Sunday July 18. Chair ask-
ladies are ACYFNNEWS
all
$15 and $100 as an employee, nor ren-
man Lubertha Brown was ins of $10 for
' ed for a donation The Action Club for der substancial services as a
charge of the program. The Also all auxiliaries PARTIES WEDDINGS GROUPS
this cause. Youth Fitness plan to self-employed person.
guest speaker for the occasion
. was Mother are requested to raise hold a mid-summer danceat Avoid any misunderstandingyou ,CHURCHES PORTRAITS
,t Louise Per gerson. the amount of $50. May we Dixie Park RecreationHall may have about the social

la Our Gussie state supervisor, Mother please govern ourselves ac July 24 at 7 p.m. security retirement test, especially ., .BABY PICTURES, A, SPECIALTY
'Y Gamble, brought re- cording. Tickets will be on sale at if you are over 65 and
IY marks and instructions following Please attend Prayer Meet.ing Ed's Market, 1501 NW earning anywhere between 'Plenty Free, Parking"j ,
i- the speaker The Mothers' and Bible Class each 5th Ave. Single 25 cents, $1200 and $3600. Get all the
Board is very grateful for the Tuesday night at 8 p.m. couple 35 cents. Don't facts from your social secure
liberality of all of the visiting Remember the sick and hesitate! Don't be late! ,ity office 12695 NW 7th Ave.
Mothers' Boards and guests shut-ins.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 23, 1965
RANGE

MRS. JULIA MAE b.
BROWN of 2300 Service

CARDS O EMORIALS D ATNS Road-survived, died by July'a daughter 17. She i I

Mattie J. Duhart, a,
Brother J. V. Brown of

CARD OF THANKSThe Lyons. Ga., five grandchildren -
I IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe Christine and
Walter Bowe : --i--
gasmsBy
memory o: d.e lateULYSEE family of the:!, late family of the late Albert Duhart, a_ _greatgrandchild '
as wen as other The Carver Ranches 18th St. and 42nd Ave.
MRS. NELLIE ROGERS relatives. Services held Girl Department will He is located in front of

gratefully acknowledges you Friday in the chapel. sponsor a Cotton Dress Jerry's .Salvage main
many expressions of sym ball August 2 from 9 p.m. building. CongratulationsMr.
a pathy and acts of kindness HENRY PAUL SCA- until? at the Carver Chapman.
during its recent bereave- VELLA of 219 NW 14th Lounge. 56 Ave. and Pem-
ment. Terr., a well known and broke Road. Music by Ed- The Ladles Auxiliary
Special thanks to the 1" long time resident of Miami die and His Interns. Donation VFW Post 8195 will meet
House of Albert for its very passed away July 16. 125. Tables free. Sunday July 25 at 5 p.m.
efficient service. -Our thanks He is survived by his at the Post home, 4816
also to Rev. P. W. Williams, mother, Mrs. Ophelia Mrs. Shadrack SW 17th St.
the Deaconess Board and Scavella three'sisters.. Lewis returned this week The South Broward
members of St. Luke Baptist II4 Elaine Lewis. Emeral after vacationing inSprnde Post will have its Satur-
Church, as well as our many ld. Mass. They are day night fish fry at the
f neighbors and friends. Your a brother Ralph Dean. residents of '44th Ave. Post home July 24. Neigh-
LOVE deeds served as a bulwark in Services held Thursday and 21st St., West Hollywood boring posts are invited.
'at St. Francis Xavier
who departed this life July our time of stress. May God .
Catholic Church Father
Don't forget
bless your early
21, 1963. you.Erskine
Tookes officiating. Mark Chapman has morning service at New
Sleep on and take your rest;
Rogers, son
SHEILA LaVERNE completed his radio and Macedonia Baptist Church}
We love you but God loves you Mrs. Daisy Russell and MRS. DOROTHY television shop on SW ,at 7 o'clock.
best. Mrs. ,Leila Jones, sisters JOHNSON WELLS TRUEHEAHT

Mary Love, wife Henry ,and Tommie Lee, extends sincere gratitudeand of 2045 NW 62nd St., died
Jeff, Henry, Wyatt and Sam brothers for all July 16. Mrs. Trueheartwas I
appreciation
Love, brothers And other family members acts recent of kindness bereavement duringour Washington a graduate of High BookerT. in Ijtttroln{ iifmortal ffarfe

IN MEMORIAM Special thanks to Rev. 1957. She is survived by
CARD OF THANKS her husband, Thomas
Aaron Hall Sr., our pastor ; of less
HAS Prelnttrment plots 8 grave spaces or
of two sons. Ozzie and Ver-
In'lovina memory and all auxiliaries of
The family of the late
EbenezerMethodistChurch non; her parents Rev and ALSO Immediate single grave space interment

EUGENIA ROBINSONof neighbors and Mrs. Ellis Wells; three Boxes and vault permittedWe
Ga. extends its slters; four brothers her
Blakely friends of the
Opalookaarea
greatest and sincere gratitude North and South grandmother. Services are not full and we are still doing business

appreciation and thanksto Dade areas and all cards held Friday at Triumph Open six days a week to serve you
the neighbors and friendsof Church of Christ, 1752 NW
letters telegrams cars all Gates open 7 days for your convenience
154th St., Opa Locka. 1st Ct.
donations Boy Scout
3801 HI 46TH STREET NE 44191E.
Troop 76, Girl Scout 733.
R. B. Lambert, grandsonIN
and all acts of kindness. MISS ANNA BODIE of Johnson, Manager Home phones OX 19199MEMORIALS
Sincere thanks to Francis 1420 NW 75th St. passed
MEMORIAM 16. Miss Bodie
Funeral Home and staff away July

In of our dearly beloved for their efficient servicesMr. will be remembered by :
memory and Mrs. Lennls pioneer Mlamlans. having |t<
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Johnson come here from her home
Sr. and Family
4e r
Madison, Fla.' She was also a member
Fourteen years since FRANCIS of long standing of St. ,
been it Mary's Wesleyan Methodist !'
CHARLES DEAN you've gone, only .
'
seems like yesterday. Lifeis THEODORE BULLARDof Church. She is survived
who departed this life July so empty without you close 236 NW 8th St., died by a niece and nephew, '1!:
12, 1958. by. You will always linger in July 15. He was a well Mr. and Mrs( James Collie j
Gone, but not forgotten our hearts. Sadly missed. known taxi! driver for grand nieces and j
Mitchell!' Cah Co. for nephews. Services Satur- j ji at
Mae Dean, wife Mrs. Evelyn L. Flqyd and! mary
Wilfred and Ramon, Children years. Services held Wednesday day at 2:30: p.m. She is |
at Friendship presently In repose in the
J
brothers .l '
Miss Carolyn Eady "
Missionary Baptist Church chapel ,,
Clementine Davis, sister \
Mrs. Deloris Chavis with Rev. Jenkins offi- "
and Family cfatln. Survvors: two MRS. FRANCENA E. TO SUIT YOUR FAITH

IN MEMORIAM daughters: ;Mosa Sharpe JOLLY or 14820 Polk St.
IN MEMORIAMIn and Barha-a Carr Rivers: Richmond Heights died Our entire staff is thor-
In loving memory of our three granjch'ldren; fve: July 19. She is survivedby
fear mother, sad but loving memoryof s's'prs pie n'hers.. two a son William Miles; oughly trained to follow

MRS. FLORENCE HI DOS our dear sister,,, nun's and an uncle. two daughters. Eloise / the beliefs of every faith
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\ who departed this life July s rte'% 1. MRS F.VA M COT.KMAN ,- Thompson; five grandchildren t'' when carrying out their

23, 1964. of 1741 NW nth AVP. ; three sisters duties. Every detail
Gone, but not forgotten. lied Julv 11. Services Helen Murray. Annie Lou j : + ,,..
held Sntunhv at Ehenezer Johnson and Pearl Bur- k., 'c a a will meet your wishes.
William thus, husband :
Methodist Church. ney; two brothers.
Willie Mae Higgs, Survivors: two brothers. liam and Leroy WIl-I c./V

daughter Dr. Aubrev W. Henry and land. Services held ... 4
Estella Higgs, Ranrlolnh Henrv: two sl..:- dav 4:30:: p m. at Martin t 'My Father in Heaven' helpme
daughter ters Sallie M. Hunter Memorial Chapel Rich never to forget Thy love

Walter Higgs, son i and Leola Henry.BENNETT mond Heights. I it looks up to me in the

Francina Higgs, granddaughter- 7 ;. ROBERT \ beauty of the flower ."
HARRIS
o!
iL 440 NW 15th St. died July of 340 NW HARRYTON'I John Henry Joweff
18. Services Tuesday at ed July 19
L a time and place to he cover a small raft from j a Oscar L. Range
IN MEMORIAMIn announced. Survivors are the Bay. Robert was a t
his wife Naomi Harris; student at the Shadow- j' us e. Funeral Home

sad but loving memory three brothers Joe Willie lawn Elementary School. I
of -- .I and Ivory.BRAXTON He Is survived by his parents ,
Mr. and Mrs. James .
BENJAMIN BULLARDwho MRS. ESTELLE M. RHODESwho
EDWARDS C. Barryton; two sisters
departed this life July departed this life July of 568 SW 4th St.. Belle Dianne and Blanche; one

22, 1953.Gone 29, 1961. Glade died July 19. Services brother, Frank; two aunts
but not forgotten We miss you so very much Monday at 2 p.m. Leana Mae White and
Alice Dullard'wife and will never be the same at the Church of God of Minnie Lee Franklin;'three

Norman, Clifford and Wil- without you. Prophey 60th St. and uncles; grandmother Mrs.
liams, son Until we meet again 22nd Ave Remains will Mary Croon Services on PRINTING'
Louise Thomas and Mer- Mary Ann Mitchell, sister repose In the chapel Sun- Saturday at 11 a.m. at the
lene Boston, daughtersIN Five brothers,two children day from 1 p.m. Survivorsare New Philadelphia Baptist
Four grands, a step mother his wife. Selenla; a Church.
MEMORIAMIn daughter Mrs. Jessie:
Pollack; six grandsons one MRS. LAURA HEADINGS -
sad but loving memory grand daughter four sis 3105 NW 46th St.,
of our dear mother, aunt and CARD OF THANKSThe ters. died July 14. Shp Is sur-

grandmother, vived bv Walter Headlnss .. r
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family of the late
MRS. ANNIE ALLEN MRS. CHARLIE MAE two sisters Princess Mc- y' I;
I who departed this life July 19, MRS. EVA MAECOLEMAN WALKER of 2461 NW Swain and Billie Grier. r 'PROFESSIONAL
1964. 56th St., died July 19 Services held Monday in

There is a land of pure deligh't Services Saturday at Rt the chapel.are r
Where we all must go day or wish to thank the saany Paul AME Church. Timeof PRESS1NpRl.I .,.
As slipped awaywnetoutf friends for all forms of funeral to he announced
you .
a brother. John; three ;, ,
F of sight. kindness afforded them In Remains will repose In
f Your life left a beautiful light their hour of sorrow. Especial the chapel beginning,:: at uncles. N. B. Cooner. Os- :PRACTICAL
I 2 wald Bethel 0 d g e n
thanks to Rev. p.m. Friday. Survivors
,
Which will always shine Aaron Hall and the staffof are a sister. Mrs. Gladys Bethel a cousin Mrs. '. ',,,,, <: \
Thro the darkness of night
Dear Mother. Francis Funeral Home. Mathis. two brothers Marguerite Clark. Ar- PRICES :''," '>
May God bless all of you. Samuel and Thomas Wil) rangements Incomplete. ;
J. D. Allen, son <4
The Family Hams; nieces and nephews.
Albert Allen, son
Ezekiel C. Barrett. 410 .
LUetta, grand daughter NW 16fh St.. died Julv 19. NO JOB TOO LARGE OR SMALL
Caldonia, niece ALBERT Incomplete
Arrangements are
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JIM MEMORIAMIn
ALL DEADLINES MET ON TIME
MRS. OT.UE MAE a son and nine
memory of our lov- HiOWAPD. 2185! NW 5th daughters survive
IN. MEMORIANIn ing husband and father. Place died July 14. Services -
loving memory of my conducted Saturday JOHNNY T EF GOOD- Letterpress Offset
dear husband, LEROY COOPER from the Liberty City LOW. 2305!) NW 71st Terr.,
WALTER PERKINS who departed this life Chanel. Survivors are a died Julv 1 n. Arrangements ; -
who departed this life July July 23 1964. husband, Eddie: three rre incomplete]

22,. 1963.It Gone but not forgotten. brothers-in-law.: Deacon *,i
has been two years since Broken link we never can Oscar Howard. Johnnie
you left us, but we can never replace. and Columbus Howard
1 TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
forget those pleasant smiles Op-truf'e Cooper. wife
and moments w lived to Children and CHARLES ORLAN- CHURCH SUNDAY l 6740 NW 15 Ave. OX 10421T
gether. Sadly missed by wife, Mr. and Mrs. Young DER. 1930 NW 1th Court.
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FOR SALEINTEGRATED FOR RENTEFFICIENCY HELP WANTED

/ : : AREA M ALE or FEMALE.
CLASSIFIEDFMSALE South Miami. Brand for adults Musicians, waitresses. Experience CAB DRIVERS. Apply at
new 3-bedroom 2 bath only. Stove and refrig.: : not necessary. Society Cab Office, 269 tf.W.

CBS. nice. Built-in kitchen $16 week. Call Dixie Ren- Over 18 years old. Steady 21st Street. Indt-

terrazzo floor awn- tal 633-2429. jobs for summer season.

FOR SALE Ing windows. Walk to Contact manager of Sugar HOUSE WANTED.. Nicf
BEAUTY $303: DOWN shopping, buses. See to NEW STORE equippedfor I Shack Key West Fla.. 3-bedroom house or
CORNER 1800 NW 83th appreciate. Total price restaurant. $50 per phone CY 6-9147 after 9 374-7565.
St.
Large I apartment.
Ius swimming odouble corner lot. Double 14100. R. E. Marx. Inc. month. Will give lease. .p.m. nltely. Jul31
CBS on car
room Realtor 661-1661. See Mr. Greene. 1675 NW
ot near 36 St. and 17 A\e. garage, 2-bedrooms, Fla. 62nd St. July30
fear shopping center room front porch, very GROCERY -
buses. FHA only nice city water. Sprinkler STORE and
chool
property. Including 1- REAR DUPLEX* furn., 1.

0 down payment.costs.Sel- system.CBS Could garage use doublecar for a bed furn. house 1 beauty bedroom and living room. /6011 A. Jl iE: 'f Dij:
;
painted lin and out. Call business of some kind. shop. Both rented. Established $17.50. Rear cottage furn ; .
Ifor appointment. Fenster Total 26 years. 5931 NW 2-bedrooms and living :;< .... "J.f''r ._ -. "'?
$9,500 only $300 17 utilities furn. 32 St. and '
Ave.CHRYSLER
|Realty, _Broker* PL 9-8779. down FHKV terms. Call 12 Ave. Call 6332400.LOVELY : L .OW. ;:OONPAYMENTt. << '" 'J
anytime, and see us at
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LIKE NEW CBS-Fresh- Convertible,
new location 612 NW 60th
'
inside and 1957. Reasonable phone 1-bedroom house LARGE SELECTION OF HOUSES
lout.ly painted Our best bargain at St. A. Ben-Kori Realtor, PL 7-7896. nice porch and yard, con- SEE OUR

1$7,000, $250 down and 751-2243. venient to everything. $20 THIS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY r rNO
OWNER SELLS Direct. per week. owner NE
$43.79 month FHA
only $350 DOWN
:5-5566.
| Near school bus shopping Beautiful 3-bedroom Gorgeous CBS home only CLOSING COSTS
Don't miss this. 7 years new. Corner,
[ Keys at Life Realty Broker CBS 1 bath full dining beautiful oak floors tile 2-BEDROOM duplex part- 3244 N.W. 68th Street
room large beautiful kit- lv furn. $75' month. 754-
roof, $400 down,
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL chen. Sprinkler system. no extra 0859. Pay $20 Week
cost. $71
month.
per See
9-4371. Open Sunday and
fenced back yard, corner 2050 NW --- *
96 St Call
evenings.NO lot, beautifully landscapedTotal 645-9886. NICE ROOM. Private. 2981 N.W. 69th Street v
$13,700 FHA terms Call 696-8628.

CLOSING COSTS call on this. This house HAVE 3-BEDROOM CBS $250 Down

Modern CBS duplex. Only Is special. A. Ben-Korl, at 728 NW 48 St. $2.000 3-BEDROOM house. 7119 Newly painted 2 bedroom CBS home
$600 down and $90 a Realtor. See us at new below market value. See NW 20 Ave. city water
month. Live rent free! location 612 NW 60th St. and call WI 5-9886. enclosed porch. 691-6570. 1877 N.W. 55th Street $250 down
2-bedrooms each side Call anytime 751-2243. Mr. Dawkins.
3 bedroom CBS house. Move right in.
1
BRAND
tile roo f appliances! NEW. $495 DOWN
Key at Life Realty Broker 3-bedroom, 2 bath corner 3-bedrooms and 2 bath. ALL KINDS of Apts. 1- .

4932 NW 7 Ave. PL custom built home Lots of luxury features. bedroom or 2- rtroom.PJ 3511 N.W. 206th Street

9-4371. Open Sunday you would "be thrilled to This Veal is! hard to believe 0-8372 WI 7-1907, 3 bedroom.home- $100 down
own a beautiful place but true 947-5689.
evenings. inspect and *
like this. Worth $32,000, see for yourself. I
Like new 3bedroomCBS but selling for only 7725 NW 14th Ave. ROOM 784 NW 04 St. 2120 N.W. 50th Street

In Bunche Park. $22,000. Terms arranged 615' NW fi9'h) Street 657-4657. 4 bedroom house with a large lot
Freshly painted Inside best area in Miami. A. Call JE 1-6902. WynneA
ROOM In private home $150 down
and out new fixtures Ben-Korl. Realtor, new
lovely yard. a l bargain at location 612 NW 60th St., BRAND NEW luxurious close to bus stop. Call Good for a church or kindergarten ,
Sunday. OX 17050.FOR ;.
$8.500 $200 down and phone anytime 751-2243. home that has all of the

only $49 month. No closIng is features the hatter buyer SALE OR RENT l SEES OUFI'BRAND O E 3.E;; OHOMES..NiLIBEftTY.Olty .
2 HOMESAllapattah looking for with a new
costs. Keys at Life -< / ,
kind of deal. 1 4901 NW 7 Ave. Two
area. only mortgage
Broker. 4932 NW
Realty only'! $102.81 stores three upper apts.,
$9,9CO total. CBS, rent ner month.
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Insoect this one !store, one apt. vacant We Buy Sell Trade Your Old Lat ar House
Sundays and evenings. one and live free In other beauty Sun. for rent. Owner 337-3870. I
one 3bedroom. 2 hah: 1-5 p.m. at 575 NW 47th
LIKE NEW CBS $250 and 1 bedroom 1 bath. Terr. JE 16902. The
down and $58 month, terms to suit. A. Ben- price Is lower than you bedroom REAR DUPLEX and living furn.room.rear 1-. FORD REALTY,INC. Broker
will
Jalousled windows re- Korl Realtor. new loca- guess.
flnshed floors, new kitchen tion 612 NW 60 St. phone bed. cottage also furn 2 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595
cabinets and fix anytime 751-2243. 1531 NW 84 St. $500 downno

tures. This house Is like qualifying, 3-bedroom FURN. COTTAGES clean I
brand new. Key at Life $65 MONTH 2 bath CBS with Fla. and quiet. 2274 NW 41 St.

Realty Broker. 4932 NW Darling 2-bedroom CBS' room and tile roof, one $18 week. Free gas and X>00 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Fla. room, fence low mortgage $85 per month water.

evenings and Sunday. price FHA. A. Ben-Kori, open at all times. Check Finest SeltctioHS in Miami
this
Realtor, new location adjoining then call I. L. 1-BEDROOM
LOVELY CBS, large Fla. Ch"'stens-n. broker 757- part turn
Shell's City park- $22 week. Free
water and
6070. LOVELY HOMES OPEN
rom. separate garage ing lot at 612 NW 60.Sty;'_ electricity, call Dixie )
carpeting. sprinkler sys phone anytime 651-2243. Rental 033-2429.. NEW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ
tem. Price Is $11,000 $350 OPA-LOCKA
down and $68 month. Key FOR SALE Rainbow Garden beauty. -2-BEDROOMdup1ex--- Terms Less Than Rent 1
,
at Life Realty Broker, Rummage sale, clothes, 3-3-bedror CPR at 1712 stove and refrig. $25 week.
4932 NW 152 St $500 down. 2323 N.W. 85TH STREET
NW 7 Ave. PL dishes etc. by owner. nice location call Dixie
!9-i4371.evenings.Open Sunday and Moving see Friday, Sat- WI$:)1) ;)month-088f Owner Pee and direct.call Rental t 1 6332429. (I lust look expensive. To see me is to buy me.) ;

urday and Sunday 1890
I brand beautiful bedroom bath with .
3
NW 86 Terr. 1-BEDROOM, clean am a new 2
4-BEDROOM and
CBS home. DIRECT FROM: OWNER quilt fcr adults only. $20 'family room and garage. 1 block from school, 1 block
Large
lot location 15750 Doll house 1831 NW 88
NW 18 Place Opa-locka. $5,000 TOTAL PRICE St Completely redecorated week part furn. call Dixie from busses and 4 blocks_ from North side Shopping ]
Rental
FHA terms only $200 Owner has house at !. inside and out. Hugelot 6332429. Center.
58th St. 10th Ave. Needs
down with
fruit
payment. Drive by many trees.
this bargain then call painting. $2,000 down and Call 915-9880. A BEAUTIFUI 3-bed- 8020 N.W. 21ST AVENUE
$40 month. No agent. WI
Fenster Realty. Broker, 5-9886. room CBS home with Beautiful CBS 3 bedroom, two bath, oak floors, tile
PL 330! NW 39th St.
9-8779. carpeting and electric
SI.COO below FHA. Love- pliances. Prefer profes-ap .. roof and carport. $450 down. $85 .month.

2-ibeciroom CBS with BEAUTIFUL 3-bedroom ly 2-liedroom CBS. huge sional people. Call for ---0-
Plenty of closet space house 2 glass sliding door porch. A-l shape. Call I Information. Fenster
Extra Fla. rooms could baths. Low down pay- owner. WI 5-9886. Realty. Broker. PL 9-8779. : 70 N.W. 47TH TERRACE
hI' used for 3-d bedroorn, ment. 1430 NE 152nd St. Ask for Mr.
Murray. I Large 2 bedroom 2 bath
plus Fla
room. Only 2
FHA only$250 down pay- Washington Park North Want a home and extra .
ment. Seller pays closing Miami Beach. Open Sat. lot for no extra price? : years old. By appointment only.

cost. Location, 1377 NW and Sun. from 11 to 6, See 7710 NW 8 Ave. 2- 'TAKE -0--
YOUR
41 St. Open Sun. 1.-6 p.m. phone 6 to 10 p.b. 532- bedroom. 2 bath CBS FAMILY TO
Fenster Realty, Broker. 4160. Onlv $400 down $62 a mo. CHURCH SUNDAY : 8431 N.W. 22ND PLACE
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PL 9-8779. Call owner WI 5-9880./ : Lovely CBS 2 bedrooms oak
OPEN 1-6. 3060 NW 57 NEW LOVELY floors, and tile roof.

A nice 2-bedroom CBS St. Spacious 3-bedroom SEE THE NEW 3-bed- HOMES $12,900 total price.

double car porte FHA CBS house, 2 years old 1, room 2 bath quality built Open 3-S p.m. --. 0 M-

terms, deaf home. Loca- bank financ'ng, no quali homes. Open 1-5 Sunday. 1835 N.W. 41st Street t. 8301 N.W. 23RD AVENUE
tion 1863 NW 88 Terr. fying. $1,000 down $90 4622 NW 21 Ave. PL
open Sun: 1-6 p.m. Fen- per month. If you have 1-3604. 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths, Gorgeous 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, hardwood floors, tile

ster Realty. Broker PL the down payment you Fla room, garage, electric root built-in kitchen and barbecue. $500 down plus
9-8779.. can steal this house. E. ....al- WANTED kitchen. closing co it$.$37.97 month.
Rosen, broker 758-5400 FEMALE Neat.. nttra: "-
FOR SALE --- 0 --
ATTENTION! Attention! tive voune lady to Jpain'
Cash buyers! Are you losing PLANTS OF ALL KINDS massage. 18 to 35 years Large Lots All Sizes 1 331 N.W. 52ND STREET

your home by the Urban Are now on sale at LIb- Call PL 1-noil or PL Liberty City,Coconut Grove Gorgeous CBS 2 bedrooms
2 baths
fenced
!
Renewal or X-+Way? erty City Nursery. 1475 7-0061. on corner
\ve have a home for you! NW 67 St. Ask for Alonzo Easy Terns lot. $450 down, $13,50) total price

We have cut many In KElly, phone 091-0081. SECRETARY Excellent Mo Money Downs
homes already R'enncrhanhlc; ; 0-
so why not ----
..yuu; LOOK at these home: Like new 3-bedroom renulred. Tntoresting position BUILD ON YOUR LOT OR 1300 N.W. 82ND STREET
342 NW 43 St.. 2480 NW HEART OF MAN 0 It ; with leading professional OURS

88 St., and two homes on PARK CBS 2-bedroom, association!; excellent Brand new CBS, 2 bedrooms, on corner lot. Owner ]
one lot. A real bargain. carport annllances (' e /h- starting; : salary for Cash Paid for Lots &Hones wonts offer. $60 per month pays all.
2172 NW 47 Terr. Also ly painted inside and out. nualifipd p?r!=;on. Call Need
1470 NW 89! St. Drive by price is $9.500, $300 down nidi county Classroom Money? Coll Baron MM

then call Fenster Realty, and $5!b month. Keys at Teachers Association at JE a-1340
Broker PL 9-8779. Life Realty Broker 493 373-7535. SPECIAL NOTICE!

NW 7 Ave., PL 9-4371.
NO QUALIFYING Low Open evenings and Sun- EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY.WE ARE OFFERING TO

down. CBS 2-bedroom. 1 days. YOU FOR ONLY $100 DOWN PAYMENT( YOU CAN

hath newly painted In and 1330 N.W. 86TH STREET QUALIFY) ALL OF OUR HOUSES FOR SALE ON
out lot street to street, 3-bedroom CBS. Hard- FHA.
fruit trees. Near school wood floors plenty of '3bedrooasCBSwith Flo room. $450 down $19 month.
and shopping, 6826 NW 4 fruit trees. FHA 'erms.
y. Wy owner. PL 8-0443 Only $250 down payment.. Total price $13,500. FHA.l .
to see. Seller pays closing cost. NEWS REALTY Inc

Location. 1871 NW 87 St. ,
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NO QUALIFYING Onen Sunday 1-0 p.m. .d '
$195 Down Fenster Realty. Froker THE BROKER THAT WORKS FOR YOU
3-bedroom 1% bath PL 9-8779. McNicholas l Real Estate/he.

corner 3331 NW 210 Terr. WO N.W. TTH AVE. PL44H6 ,

621-0518.Broker, 3253 Gordon NW Akeley 183 St TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO 7927 N.W. TTH AVE. BROKER PL 1-7582 (Open Sunday from 1 p.m.) as

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12 THE'"MIAMI TIMES, Friday July 23, 1965I

RANGE

I MRS. JULIA MAE
BROWN of 2300 Service.
CARDS E ORIALSDEATHS Road, died July 17. She t'c'i'
survived by 'a daughter ;

Mattie J. Duhart. a '
brother, J, V. Brown of
I IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF'THANKS CARD OF THANKSThe Lyons. Ga.. five grand-
children. Christine and
memory cu* tL late The family of the late family ,of the late Albert Duhart. a great rBy Walter Bowe '

MRS. NELLIE ROOERS grandchild as well as other The Carver Ranches 18th St. and 42nd Ave.
,relatives. Services held I Girl Department will He is located in front of
gratefully acknowledges you Friday in the chapel. sponsor a Cotton Dress Jerry's Salvage main
many expressions of sym- : ball August 2 from 9 p.m. building Congratulations
pathy and acts of kindness 11! HENRY PAUL SCA-until? at the Carver Mr. Chapman.
during its recent bereave VELLA of 219 NW 14th i Lounge. 56 Ave. and Pembroke -
ment. Terr., a well known and Road. Music by Ed- The Ladles Auxiliary
Special thanks to the long time resident of MIami die and His Interns. Donation VFW Post 8195 will meet
House of Albert for its very ,, passed away July 16. $1.25. Tables free. Sunday, July 25 at 5 p.m.
efficient service. ,Our thanks He is survived' by his at the Post home 4816
also to Rev. P. W. Williams, mother, Mrs. Ophelia Mr. and Mrs. Shadrack SW 17th St.
the Deaconess Board and Scavella. three sisters. Lewis returned this week The South Broward
.members of St. Luke Baptist Elaine Lewis. Emeral after vacationing in Post will have its Satur-
Church, as well as our many .Taylor and Sybil Marino; Sprngfeld" Mass. They are day night fish fry at the
neighbors and friends. Your a brother Ralph Dean. residents of '44th Ave. Post home July 24. Neigh-
ULYSEE LOVE deeds served as a bulwark in 'Services held Thursday and 21st St., West Holly- boring posts are invited.
who departed this life July our time of stress. May God 'at St. Francis Xavier' wood.
21, 1963. bless you.Erskine. fSI Catholic Church Father Don't forget your early

Sleep on and take your rest; Rogers, son Tookes officiating.MRS. Mark has morning service at New
We love you but God loves you Mrs. Daisy Russell and SHEILA LaVERNE completed his radio and Macedonia Baptist Churchat
best. Mrs. .Leila Jones, sisters JOHNSON WELLS DOROTHY TRUEHEART television shop on SW 7 o'clock.

Mary Love, wife Henry and Tommie Lee,
of 2045 NW 62nd St., died
extends sincere "
and Sam gratitudeand -- ------ -------------
Jeff, Henry, Wyatt brothers
July 16. Mrs. Trueheartwas
appreciation for all
Love, brothers And other.family members
acts of kindness duringour a graduate of BookerT. Eturottt;
ftaartaifarfc
recent bereavement Washington High in
IN MEMORIAMIn Special thanks to Rev. 1957. She is survived by
CARD OF THANKSThe Aaron Hall Sr. her husband Thomas;
,
our pastor HAS Preinttrnent plots of 8 or less
of two grave spaces
memory sons Ozzle and Ver-
of the late and all auxiliaries of
family
,. ..
------ her Rev and -Immediate in Interment
EbenezerMethodistChurch non; parents ALSO s gU grave space
EUGENIA ROBINSONof neighbors and Mrs. Ellis Wells; three Boxes and vaults permittedWe
Blakely Ga., extends !its friends of the OpaIoekaarea. liters; four brothers, her
eCHARLES greatest and sincere gratis North and South grandmother. Services are not full and we are still doing business

tude, appreciation and thanksto Dade areas and all cards held Friday at Triumph Open six days a week to serve you
the neighbors and friends Church of Christ, 1752 NW
letters
telegrams cars all Gates 7 days for convenience
open your
of 154th St., Opa Locks donations 1st Ct.
Boy Scout
STREET NE 4-4197
Sill NWWTH
a R. B. Lambert, grandsonIN Troop 76 Girl Scout 733
and all acts of kindness. MISS ANNA BODIE of E. Johnson, Manager Home phone. OX 19199MEMORIALS
Sincere thanks to Francis 1420 NW 75th St. passed
MEMORIAM Funeral Home and staff away July 16. Miss Bodie
will be remembered by .
for their efficient
In memory of our dearly beloved services .
'
Mr. and Mrs. Lennis pioneer Mlamlans, having "
,
Johnson Sr. and Family come here from her homein
MRS. ANNA LATTIMERof the Bahamas in 1918.
Madison, Fla.' She was also a member
Fourteen FRANCIS of long of St.
-""""" <'--- years since standing
DEAN you've been gone, it only Mary's Wesleyan Methodist f: ts, xxsI
seems like yesterday. Life THEODORE BULLARD Church. She is survivedby
who departed this life July is so empty without you close of 236 NW 8th St., died a niece and nephew,
12, 1958. by. You will always linger in July 15. He was a well Mr. and Mrs. James Collie -
Gone, but not forgotten. our hearts. Sadly missed. known taxi driver for grand nieces and

Mae Dean, wife Mrs. Evelyn L. Flqyd and Mitchell! Cab Co. for mary nephews. Services Saturday -
Wilfred and Ramon, Children years. Services held Wednesday at 2:30: p.m. She is
at Friendship in in the
brothers presently repose
Clementine Davis, sister Mrs.Miss Carolyn Eady Missionary! Baptist Church chapel I I ,, .
Deloris
Chavis with Rev. I IMRS.
_..__ Jenkins. offihurvvors 4-'''
and Family 1 I'OH TO SUIT YOUR FAITH
caaunv: : two ; FRANCENA E. ; '
IN MEMORIAM daughters Mosa Sharpe JOLLY or 14820 Polk St.
of IN MEMORIAM and Barha-a Carr Rivers: Richmond Heights, died h Our entire staff is thor-
In loving ourdear
memory three gran"'dr'lcJren; five: July 19. She is survivedby
mother, our In sad dear but sister loving, memoryof s's'pps av it' n'hers. two a son. William Miles; oughly trained to follow

MRS. FLORENCE moos aunts and an uncle. two daughters, Eloise p.'y the beliefs of every faith
---- Gibson and Eunice
who departed this life July >'RS. KVM their
COT.K- Thompson; five grand r' when carrying out
23, 1964. MAN of 1741 NW fi'h Avn. children; three sisters ,
Gone, but not forgotten. a4I died July 11. Services Helen Murray. Annie Lou : ? duties. Every detail

William Higgs, husband held Satunbv at Ehenezer Johnson and Pearl Bur- : i:' $ 3. will meet your wishes.
Methodist Church. ney: two brothers.
Willie Mae Higgs, Survivors: two brothers, liam and Leroy wn-I c./V
daughter Dr. Aubrev. W. Henry and land. Services held
Estella Higgs, Randolph Henrv: two sla- dav 4:30: pm. at Martin "My Father in Hec'ven, help
daughter ters, Sallie M. Hunter Memorial Chapel, Richmond -
w< me never to forget Thy love
Walter Higgs, son 1 and Leola Henry. Heights. . it looks up to me in the
-
Francina Higgs, grand ( BENNETT HARRIS o! ROBERT HARRYTON. .4 beauty of the flower ."
daughter t 440 NW 15th St. died July of 340 NW 43rd St. drowned ,,1 t John Henry Jowett
:
r 18. Services Tuesday at July 19 trying to recover -
a a time and place to he a small raft from ; -' Oscar L. Range
IN MEMORIAMIn < announced. Survivors are the Bay. Robert was a 1 F
his wife Naomi Harris; student at the Shadow- I
sad but loving memoryof \ :: ."4'I'.' <, I J three brothers Joe Willie lawn Elementary School. ) Funeral Home
..' ... .;.. ... ... I and Ivory.roN He Is survived by his parents I
BENJAMIN BULLARD MRS. ESTELLE M. RHODES Mr. and Mrs. James .

who departed this life July who departed this life July EDWARDS C. Barryton; two sisters
of 568 SW 4th St.. Belle Dianne and Blanche; one
22, 1953.Gone 29, 1961. Glade died July 19. Services brother, Frank: two aunts
but not forgotten. We miss so much
you very
Leana Mae White and
Monday at 2 n-m.
Alice Bullard.'wife and will never be the same at the Church of God of Minnie Lee Franklin:three

Norman, Clifford and Williams without you. Prophey ROth St. and uncles; grandmother. Mrs.
son Until we meet again. 22nd Ave. Remains will Mary Croon Services on
Louise Thomas and Mer- Mary Ann Mitchell, sister repose in the chapel Sun- Saturday at 11 a.m. at the PRINTING'
lene Boston, daughtersIN Five brothers,two children day from 1 p.m. Survivorsare New Philadelphia Baptist
Four grands, a step mother his wife. Selenla; a Church.
MEMORIAMIn daughter, Mrs. Jessie 0
Pollack; six grandsons one MRS. LAURA HEADINGS -
sad but loving memoryof grand daughter four sis-I 3105 NW 46th St..
our dear mother, aunt and CARD OF THANKSThe ters. died Julv 14. ShA is survived -
grandmother, bv Walter Headings
family of the late.
MRS. JANNIE ALLEN MRS. CHARLIE MAE: two sisters Princess Mc-
who departed this life July 19, MRS. EVA MAECOLEMAN WALKER of 24B1 NW Swain and Billie Grier. '.
1964. 56th St., died July in Services held Monday in PROFESSIONAL-< -. -:
There is a land of pure delight Services Saturday at St the chapel. '
Where we all must go day or wish to thank the sjany Paul AME Church. Time, r
>PRESSWORfr.
As.you s lipped away,wnetoutof friends for all forms of of funeral to he announced. .'t-e
sight. kindness afforded them In Remains will repose i in are a brother. John; three *%? / ,,
Your life left a beautiful tight their hour of sorrow. Especial the chapel beginning at uncles. N. B. Cooner. Os "
Which will always shine thanks to Rev. 2 p.m. Friday. Survivor!; wald Bethel 0 d g e n PRACTICAL. .
Thro the darkness of night Aaron Hall and the staff are a sister Mrs: Gladys Bethel a cousin, Mrs. '
Dear Mother. of Francis Funeral Home. Mathls two brothers Marguerite Clark. Ar- ':":' i'
J. D. Allen, son May God bless all of you. Samuel and Thomas Wil rangements Incomplete. PRICES '
Albert Allen, son The Family liams; nieces and nephews
r Ezekiel C. Barrett. 410 .
Caldonia Luetta, grand, niece daughter. NW 16th St.. died Julv 19.) NO JOB TOO URGE OR SMALL
ALBERT
JlN MEMORIAMIn Arrangements are Incom-
r MRS OTLIE MAE plete a son and nine ALL DEADLINES MET ON TIME
memory of our lov- TOWARD. 2185! NW Bth daughters survive
IN. MEMORIANIn ing husband and father. Place died Julv 11. Services -
loving memory of my conducted)
Saturday JOHNNY TEE GOOD- Letterpress
LEROY COOPER Offset
dear husband, from the Liberty City LOW 2305 NW 71?t Terr., -
WALTER PERKINS who departed this life Chanel. Survivors! are a died July ir Arrangements : -
who departed this life July July 23 1964. husband, Eddie: three are incomplete.
22,, 1963.It Gone but not forgotten. hrother -In-Ilw. Deacon flm
has been two years since Broken link we never can Oscar Howard. Johnnie f
you left us, but we can never replace. and Columbus Howard. ,
forget those pleasant smiles GP-truc'e Cooper. wife TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO

and moments w lived to- Children and CHARLES ORLAN- CHURCH SUNDAY 6740 NW 15
gether. Sadly missed by wife, Mr. and Mrs. Young DER. 1030) NW 4th Court. Ave. OX 1-0421
Gertrude and Family died July 10. Survivors



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FOR SALE31'1TEGRATED
: ;: : ; ; ; "I FOftRENTEFFICIENCY HELP WANTEDCAB

CLASSIFIEDFMSJULE, AREA MAL E or FEMALE.
.
: : : I" I
1 South Miami. for adults
: Brand Musicians, waitresses. Experience DRIVERS. Apply a t
;
; ; : ; new 3-bedroom. 2 bath only. Stove and ref rig. not necessary. Society Cab Office, 269 rf.W
CBS. nice. Built-in Kitchen $16 week. Call Dixie Ren- Over 18 years old. Steady 21st Street. Jndf

terrazzo floor awn- tal 633-2429. job for summer season.:
FOR SALE ing windows. Walk to Contact manager of Sugar
BEAUTY $303 DOWN shopping buses. See to NEW STORE equippedfor Shack, Key West Fla.. HOUSE WANTED.. Nice
CORNER 3-bedroom house or
swimming 1800 NW 85th St. Large appreciate. Total price restaurant. $50 per phone CY 6-9147 after 9 .
Plus room CBS on odoubleof corner lot. Double car 14100. R. E. Marx. Inc. month. Will give lease.See p.m. nitely. Jul31 apartment 3747565.LOW .

near 36 St..and 17 A .e. _garage___ 2-bedrooms.._n. Fla. Realtor-661-1661. 62nd.Mr.St. Greene 1675 JUly30w NW
ear shopping center bum' ironi porcn very
school, buses. FHA only nice city water. Sprinkler GROCERY STORE 'and I
0 down payment. Sel- system. Could use doublecar property. Including 1- REAR DUPLEX furn., 1.
er pays closing costs. To CBS garage for a bed furn. house, 1 beauty: bedroom and living room. : : '
1 A' HOME' TODAYDo
painted In and out. Call business of some kind. shop Both rented. Estab $17.50. Rear cottage turn _Uy' :

for appointment. Fenster Total $9,500, only $300 lished 26 years. 5931 NW 2-bedrooms and living, jOI.r ," ,.
ealty, Broker PL 9-8779. 17 Ave. utilities furn. 32 St. and '}
down FH L\ terms. Call 12 Ave. Call 033-2400. : :, : *i&PAYMtNtSEE ; '"
anytime and see us at
NEW CBS Fresh- CHRYSLER Convertible.
LIKE -
location
new 612 NW 60th
ly painted inside and St. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor PL t957. Reasonable phoneOWNER LOVELY nice 1-bedroom house OUR LARGE SELECTION OF HOUSES
7-7800. porch and
out. Our best bargain at 751-2243. yard convenient -
$7,000 $250 down and to everything. $20 THIS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

only $43.79 month FHA $350 DOWN SELLS Direct. per week owner NE
Near school. bus, shopping Beautiful 3-bedroom Gorgeous CBS home only 55566. NO CLOSING COSTS
I Don't miss this. 7 years new. Corner,
CBS 1 bath,
full
Keys at Life Realty, Broker beautiful dining beautiful oak floors tile 2-BEDROOM duplex part- 3244 N.W. 68th Street
large kit-
room roof $400 lv furn. $75 month. 751-
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL chen. down no extra Week
Sprinkler $20
system 0859. Pay
cost. $71
9-4371. Open Sunday and per month. See
fenced back
yard corner .
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evenings. 2050 NW 96 St. Call --- *
lot beautifully landscapedTotal 645-9886. NICE ROOM. Private. 2981 N.W. 69th Street I v
13700. FHA terms Call 696-8628.

NO CLOSING COSTS call on this. This houseis HAVE 3-BEDROOM CBSat $250 Down

Modern CBS duplex. Only special. A. Ben-Kori, 728 NW 48 St. $2,000 3-BEDROOM house 7119 Newly painted 2 bedroom CBS home
$600 down and $90 a Realtor. See us at new below market value. See NW 20 Ave. city water *
| month. Live rent free! location 612 NW 60th St. and call WI 5-9886. enclosed porch. 691-6570. 1877 N.W.! 55 h Street. $250 down
2-bedrooms each side Call anytime 751-2243. Mr. Dawkins.
3 bedroom CBS house. Move right in.
tile roof. appliances BRAND NEW. $495 DOWN -
Key at Life Realty Bro- 3-bedroom, 2 bath corner 3-bedrooms and 2 bath. ALL KINDS of Apts. 1- *

ker 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL : custom built home Lots of luxury features. bedroom or 2- rfroom.PI 3511 N.W. 206th Street
9-4371. Open Sunday, you would be thrilled town o This Veal is hard to be 0-8372: WI ?-1907.d down
evenings. a beautiful place lieve but true inspect an 947-5689. 3 bedroom home$100 J
like this. Worth $32,000 see for yourself. j
Like new 3bedroomCBS but selling for only 7725 NW 14th Ave. ROOM 784 NW' 04 I St. 2120 N.W. 50th Street I

In Bunche Park. $22,000Terms arranged 615' NW 09'h! Street 657-4657. 4 bedroom house with a large lot
Freshly painted inside best area in Miami. A. Call JE 1-6902. WynneA
and out. new fixtures Ben-Kori Realtor new ROOM in private home $150 down

lovely yard. a bargain at location 612 NW 60th St., BRAND NEW luxurious close to bus stop. Call Good for a church or kindergarten'
$8,500 $200 down and phone anytime 751-2243. home that has all of the Sunday. OX 1-7050.(

only $49 month. No clos- features the bitter buyer FOR SALE OR RENT :SEE t OUR:BRAND NEWS;BEDROOM
ing costs. Keys at Life 2 HOMESAllapattah Is lookine for with a new '
4901 NW 7 Ave. Two //HOMES .UBERTT CITY.
kind
Realty. Broker. 4932 NW area only of deal. 1 mortgage r;
stores three
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open $9,9CO total. CBS, rent only! $10281 ner month. upper apts.,
Sundays and evenings. one and live free in other Inject; this beauty Sun. one store one apt. vacant We Buy, Sell, Trade Your Old Lot or House
one, 3-bedroom. 2 hah: 1-5 p.m. at 575 NW 47th for rent. Owner 337-3870. I
LIKE NEW CBS $250 and 1 bedroom. 1 bath Terr. JE 1-6902. Theprice
down and $58 month, terms to suit. A. Ben- is lower than you REAR DUPLEX furn. 1- FORD REALTYINC. Broker
Jalousled windows will bedroom and living room. !
re- Kori Realtor. new loca- guess.
finshed floors, new kitchen tion 612 NW 60 St. phone bed.renr cottage also furn 2 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595
cabinets and fix anytime 751-2243. 1531 NW 84 St. :$500: downno

tures. This house Is like qualifying 3-bedroom FURN. I
= COTTAGES clean _
brand new. Key at Life $65 MONTH 2 bath CBS with Fla. and quiet. 2274 NW
41 St.
I Realty, Broker. 4932 NW Darling 2-bedroom CBS room and tile roof one $18 week. Free
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Fla. room fence low mortgage $85 per month water. gas and O KXX>COOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOI

evenings and Sunday. price FHA. A. Ben-Kori, open at all times. Check I :
this then Finest Selections in Miami
Realtor new location adJoining call I. L. 1-BEDROOM I
LOVELY CBS + part furn
large Fla. Shell's Chr stens-n broker 757.0070. -
City parking $22 week.
rom separate garage Free water and i LOVELY HOMES OPEN .
lot at 612 NW 60 Stl',"" electricity call Dixie '
carpeting sprinkler sys- phone anytime 651-2243. Rental 633-2429. | NEW LOWDOWN) PAYMENTS
tem. Price is $11.000 $350 OPA-LOCKA
down and $68 month. Key FOR SALE Rainbow Garden! beauty.. -2-BEDROOM--- i EZ Terms Less Than Rent t
at Life 3-bedroom: CPS at 1712 duplex l ,
Realty, Broker
Rummage sale clothes stove and! refrig. $25
week.
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL dishes. etc. by owner. NW 152 St. $500 down. nice location call 2323 N.W. 85TH STREET
Dixie
:$51: month
M371. see
Open Sunday and Moving see- Friday Sat- and call 1 Rental I I look To
evenings. WI Ii-088(1.( Owner direct. 033-2429. (Ilult expensive. see me is to buy me.)
urday and Sunday 1890
4-BEDROOM CBS home. NW 86 Terr. -DIRECT-FROM OWNER 1-BEDROOM clean and I am a brand new beautiful 3 bedroom, .2 I bath>> with s

quilt for adults family and 1 block from school 1 block )
Large lot location 15750 Doll house. 1831 NW 88 only $20 room garage. ,
NW 18 Place Opa-locka. $5,000 TOTAL PRICE St Completely redecorated week part furn. call Dixie from busses and 4 blocks from North side Shopping
Owner has house Rental 633-2429.
FHA terms only $200 at inside and l out. Hugelot Center.
58th St. 10th Ave. Needs
down payment. Drive by with many fruit trees.
this bargain then call painting. $2,000 down and Call 945-0880. A BEAUTIFUl 3-bed- 8020 N.W. 21ST AVENUE
Fenster $10 month. No agent. WI
PL 9-8779.Realty. Broker 5-9886. 3.39 NW 39th St. carpeting room: CBS and home electric with Beautiful CBS 3 bedroom, two bath, oak floors, tile

SI.000 below FHA. Love- pliances. Prefer ap- roof and carport. $450 down. $85 .month.
2-ibedroom| CBS with BEAUTIFUL 3-bedroom ly 2-bedroom! CBS. huge people. Call professional for- --- 0 -
Plenty of closet pace house 2 glass sliding door porch A-l shape. Call l 1 information. Fenster

Extra Fla. rooms could baths. Low down pay- owner. WI 5-9886. Realty, Broker_ PL 9-8779. 10 N.W. arm TERRACE
ro> used for a-fl bedroom ment. 1430 NE 152nd St. o
FHA only $250 down pay- Washington Park, North Want a home and extra ASK for Mr. Murray. Large 2 bedroom, 2 bath, plus Fla room. Only 2

ment. Seller pays closing Miami Beach. Open Sat. lot for no extra price? I years old. By appointment only.
cost. Location, 1377 NW and Sun. from 11 to 6, See 7710 NW 8 Ave. 2- TAKE
41 St. Open Sun. 1.-6 p.m. phone 6 to 10 p.b. 532- bedroom. 2 bath CBS. YOUR FAMILY TO 0--

Fenster Realty, Broker. 4160. Onlv $400 down $62 a mo. CHURCH SUNDAY 8431 N.W. 22ND PLACE

PL 98779.A OPEN 16. 3060 NW 57 Call owner WI 5-9886. NEW LOVELY Lovely CBS, 2 bedrooms, oak floors, and tile roof.

nice 2-bedroom CBS St. Spacious:: 3-bedroom SEE THE NEW 3-bed- HOMES $12,900 total price.

double car porte. FHA CBS house 2 years old room 2 bath quality built Open 3-5 p... --.0--
term, clean] home. Location bank financ'ng, no quali-
homes. Open 1-5 Sunday. 1835 8301 N.W. 23RD
1863 NWf 88 Terr. fying. $1,000 down $99 4622 NW 21 Ave. PL N.W. 41st Street AVENUE

Open Sun: 1-6 p.m. Fen- per month. If you have 1-3604. 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths, Gorgeous 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, hardwood floors, tile
ster Realty Broker, PL the down payment you Fla root. builHn kitchen
9-8779. room, garage, electric and barbecue. $500 down plus
can steal this house. E. II KM1VNTET>
kitchen. closing co.ta.,7.97 month.
Rosen, broker. 758-5400 FEMALE Neat. ntrn"-!
FOR SALE --- 0 -
ATTENTION! Attention! tlve vounc lady to Ip I'n'!
cash buyers! Are you losing PLANTS OF ALL KINDS massage. 18 to 35 years Large Lots All Sizes 1391 H.W. 52ND STREET
your home by the Urban Are now on sale at LIb- Call PL 1-!)( t1 or PL Liberty
City Coconut
Cltv 147r Grove Gorgeous CBS, 2 bedroo.,2 baths
Renewal or X-+Way? erty Nursery. 7-0061. on fenced corner
we have a home for you! NW 67 St. Ask for Alonzo Easy Terns lot. $450 down, $13,500 total price.
we have nut many in KElly, phone 691-0081. SECRETARY Excel- No Money Down
home already <:?:o whv not lent Rtenncrhanhlc skills 0-

you! Look at these home: Like new 3-bedroom renulred. Interesting position BUILD ON YOUR LOT OR 1300 N.W. 82ND STREET
J42 NW 43 St.. 24RO NW HEART OF M A NOR with leadlne professional OURS

88 St.. and two homes on PARK CDS 2-bedroom association I excellent Brand new CBS, 2 bedrooms, on corner lot. Owner ]
one lot. A real bargain carport aopliances. f' e'.:h- starting salary for Cash Paid for Lots &Homes wants offer. $60 month all.
2172 NW 47 Terr. Also ly painted inside and out. nuall fieri p?r on. Call per pays
1470 NW 89 St. Drive by price is $9,500 $300 down n-irl! > fountv Classroom! Need Money? Call Baron r- o ---

then call Fenster Realty, and $5!) month. Keys at Teachers Association! at JE 8-1340 .
Broker PL 9-8779. Life Realty. Broker. 4932 373-7535.. SPECIAL NOTIOP!.

NW 7 Ave., PL 9-4371. I l I ,
NO QUALIFYING Low Open evenings and Sun- EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY.WE ARE OFFERING TO

hath down. CBS 2-bedroom 1 days. I YOU FOR ONLY $100 DOWN PAYMENTIF( YOU CAN

out, newly lot street painted to in street and 3-bedroom CBS. Hard 1330 N.W. 66TH STREET FHA.QUALIFY) ALL OF OUR HOUSES FOR SALE ON

and fruit trees. Near school wood floors. plenty of 3 bedrooms,CBS with Fla room $450 down. $79 month.
shopping, 6826 NW 4 fruit trees.!' FHA 'erms.
Ct. by owner. PL 8-0443 Onlv $250 down payment. Total price $13,500. FHA.

to see. Seller pays closing cost. NEWS REALTY Inc
Location. 1871 NW 87 St. ,

NO QUALIFYING Onen Sunday 1-6 p.m. .
'" III r .
$195 Down Fenster Realty Froker, THE BROKER THAT WORKS FOR YOU
McNicholas
3-bedroom ift bath PL 9-8779. Real EsfatejMc.

corner 3331 NW 210 Terr. 4140 N.W. 7TH AVE. PL H6Bb
621-0518. Gordon
Broker, 3253 NW Akeley 183 St FAKE YOUR FAMILY TO 7927 N.W. 7TH AVE. BROKER PL 1-7582 (Opei Sunday from 1 p...) 'I

n 9-6 daily. CHURCH SUNDAY I oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooc JI





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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 23,1965


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Teens working on the Neighborhood Youth Corp. ended
their work on July 23. The students assisted at both high -- '
schools and elementary schools during the summer program STUDYING AT STANFORD f 4irvL
which lasted for six weeks. The jobs consisted of assisting
teachers, assisting in the library assisting in the office. Boswell Roberts, 20, son
After speaking with many of the Youth Corp members of Mrs Jessie Hill, Hialeah, ..
who were employed this summer I found that all of them en- and Mr. Boswell Roberts of
joyed their work. The students were paid $1.25 per hour and North Miami Beach is pres-
ently an undergraduate research __
worked six hours a day. ____
were the students pleased with their jobs but student in the depart-
the schools seemed pleased with the work they have done. ment of pharmacy at Stanford
When asked how they felt about their jobs this summer here University, Cal. The invham ainsta
are some of the answers that were given: set up by the National Insti-
Donna Benton stated "As a high school senior my hori tute of Health is designed to
zon has been lifted from the experience wonderful I received give serious minded undergraduates
while working under the Youth Corp Program at Dunbar Elementary who plan medical
The organization the behavior of pupils, the dedI- careers an opportunity to actually -
cation of teachers and the very effective and well organizedmanner put what they have
which control the whole school program has Provento learned in the classroom into
me, our school is doing a good job." Donna worked in practical use.Boswell .
the office (clerical) under the supervision of Mr. Nelson who plans to bea
Adams, principal and Mrs. Wilson, secretary She further neurologist, is working ona
stated that she was very grateful for the job and that it en- special project with Dr.
ables her to prepare for college. Dora Goldstein on "Problemsof
Sharon Wilson, another Youth Corp employee assistingin Brain Biochemistry" par-
the library at West Dunbar repli ed, "By working in the ticularly D-amino acid oxide
library I am learning about the library. and how it Wot s." activity of the brain.In GO.iGO GIRL Shapely Tina Perry is the only Negro Go-
She also stated that she was gaining .d strengthening the April of this year, Bos- custo-
knowledge' of the Dewey Decimal System and that this could well was also chosen the Na- Go Girl operating in this area. She pleases the discotheque

possibly help her in future plans. Sharon assisted n the library tional Student Council of thYMCA.s mers with her rhythmic wriggling at the Pinup Lounge on Miami
where Mrs. Grace Albert is principalBoth representative on the fell into
Bill Harris almost
Studio's
Beach. Glamour photographer
girls stated that the money comes in handy and United States Youth Councilin
that they plan to save and do their school shopping with the Caribbean area this the Sir John pool while making this shot.presentation. .

the remaining portion. summer to help renew'' fraternal Glamour photo.
Mrs rTheresa F. Mention secretary at West ,Dunbar relations with Caribbean -
who supervises Youth Corp employees there stated "The World Alliance of Youth Com-
placing of members was an experience of learning and en- mittees. Much to his regrethe
lightening for me. Seeing teen agers actually shouldering withdrew from the ,ieVea": CARVER YMCA NEWS
responsibility and displaying the ability to work harmoniously in order to pursue studies at
with others really supported the theory that youths Standford since he is studying DAY CAMP TO CLOSE
ARE ,NOT today's villians." Mrs. mention also added that medicine.Mr. The Carver YMCA Day
they attacked each job with enthusiasm and a complete wil- Roberts completed his Camp which has been in
lingness to learn. sophomore year at Wilberfcrce operation since June
(Ohio) witha 3.66 accumulative close with a picnic
averaze. He is a don Park on Friday
Girl Scouts to Host graduate of Miami Northwestern Parents are invited
I where he was salutatorianof that day at the
Girl GuidesThirtytwo his class in 1963. their youngsters.
of activity does not
Girl Guides from Chicago at 7:50: P.M. GOOD MUSIC PROGRAM there will be no
from nine foreign countries and will be entertained briefly AT. BT W at the branch. The
arrive in Miami Tuesday and meet their various por the past five weeks, offer supervised
evening, July 27, on their Hostesses in the V.I.P. Roomof the music minded studentsof activities from 10 .
way home from the Girl the Miami InternationalPort the Booker T. Washington RESIDENCE CAMP
Scout Roundup at Farragut, Authority.Mrs. High Schoolalong with the- DEADLINE NEARS
Idaho. William Herin and music minded students from
They will be met at the Mrs. Jay F. Reubert, CoChairman other schools have vigorously Deadline for
of the Council's participated in "Leisure attend the Carver
airport by Senior Scouts of a
the Tropical Florida Council Intranslt Hostess Committee Time Program." at Lake Placid is
who will serve as Intransit have made all arrangements Several students startingas July 31. Cookie
Hostesses and entertainthe for the visitors' ac- beginners on such instru- are due in at that
Guides in their own commodations. Each Senior ments as flutes, clarinets, lege students who
homes during the visits, Scout Hostess has attended saxophones, trumpets, French to volunteer their an
which range in length from orientation courses, volun- horns, baritone horns, trom- cabin counsellors are pro-
overnight to six days. teered for the work and list- bones, bell lyres, snare drums register at once.
up
Columbia is representedby ed facilities available at her bass drums, kettle drums and Ramsey at 696-0231
12 Guides, the largest home, such as: guest room, cymbals have made excellent in and fill out a :
form.
number; Brazil by two, two beds; or inside extra strides to the extent that A&I
British Guinea two, Trinidadtwo room, 3-5 beds. The girls some have become candidatesfor recreational Providing
Argentina four, Haiti also -helpful notes on the BTW high stepping in
Day Camp setting
two, Guatemala four, Peru the languages they speak. Marching Band. Timothy Savage city is a challenge. .
two and Jamaica two. They whether or not they drive, the dirsctof evaluatesthe the community to I Ma-
arrive together on North- if they live near the airport, progtam as educational, challenge individuals her
and productive. .
west Airlines, Flight 710 etc. I ganizations
Advtrtiitmtnt'
James E. Scott

At Ff l-Kt Sates Day Camp Sp

Youth Leader Williams girls This also whose enables family

:MiamiansHave would not include

Takes TourEmmett Saved gram-to Eugene participate.E. Kemp VOte'I

of the James E.

I I $1,000,000 munity Association's
ship Fund sends
J. Williams Jr. TEENAGE HOTEKUMYBOOMERANG I I those whose names :

left Miami July 19, for Stet- HAYRIDEThere On FurnitureBy the list for the first
son University in Deland, and to our loyal
I Fla. He will be the main will be a Boomerang Nat Brnv rnvm well:
speaker at the Florida Lead Hayride od Saturday night, Public ApprnluT R.pnr(.r Sam Cummings,
ership Training Center for July 24. Bring all your friendsand ity Market Mrs. j I
In the last :1'\0'11I\
Bus will leave
Red Cross Youth at Stetson neighbors.
Grand Range Harry Lemer,
tK. rvmmnmrv Center. MOO years '
University. Emmett holds the Central Fre.jrv: bert T. Edwards, I 1 ; ,
office of countywide secretary NW 14th Ave. at 6:30. Re- customers Appliances Inc.,
I, of the Red Cross. freshments free. Donation is saved"- oe$1.000,000 Fine, Greater Miami ,
50 cents. Coame and bring yoi () cn:
Fifity- fourth St.
I
dancing shoes. their turr: tore
Inc., Liberty Elks
Emmett is also a teen news andbeddmj.Whether ,
broadcaster for radio station 1052. ; 1 -r
(
The James E. 1
you
WQAM. He is an aspiring .
live in a man- {,. .. munity Day Camp
I youth leader in his church as FOR RENTBROWNSVILLE ion or a one will close Friday, 'I
,\ well as in community. He room apart- Bravermanmeat ,
will be leaving for West Palm AREA Grand .appraiser 1j 1 ; .

Beach, Saturday to partici- 1 Bedroom Apt. Central Freight at 1636 N.W. j
pate In a religious semjnar All utilities $15 7th Ave., Miami, has the furniture ....,.....
tour of the northwestern for you, 'way below jeau Non-Surgical Office
bar store; prices.In .
United States. He holds the meatRUPTURE
office of District Commissioner LIBERTY CITY AREA this {famous clearing house.
will find beautiful -
you section.
of the United Churches of 2 Bedroom Unfurn. $20 als, sofas, convertible sofas! Rectal Diseases
Christ Youth Fellowship.He 3 Bedroom Unfurn. $22.50 : :
chairs In every style: ) .
along with Miss. LeahA. Call Mlcklns Rental French-: Italian, Early American cose Veins, Prostate : i
Simms will represent The Agency.NE 4.0500 Danish Modern. Span:sh, lost time Discard : ?
Church of The Open Door You can even chose from'100 Upon Correction of '
while on lour. Williams OPA LOCKA AREA different gales in fcediocmr low I
and dining '. cost.
maintains the office of Pres- rocmj pm
ident of the 1 Bedroom, Furn. $20 Hundreds of bcx tprin3, mat DR. LONG'S ;
youth fellowshipat 2 Bedroom, Furn. $24 tresses and odd pieces. 1545 SW 1st St.-fR
the'church.active Aside from being .1: Bedroom, Unfurn. $15 Items you buy at these sales:
In his church and 2 Bedroom, Unfurn. $18 can be stored or shipped any ; ,
community, Emmett finds where In the world. .
time to successfully hold the Call Micklns Rental Credt; if you want it.Open 8.,0o
f office of President ExplorerPost Agency 681.8213 S;30 t May I Register i
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 23, 1965 15
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I Urban League Preps I II .
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I J Jt WIN UP TO $100.00

: For j
55th
+ n i Confab I II



Y I:I In Miami Beach t tI M



BY HARRY,SPEAR I Closing the economic and main objectives. Among theseare

educational gap which separates poor schooling, slums and 1
inadequate health care and
Negroes from whites
Marlins are In a bad slump at
The pres- will be the theme of the Na- vocational knowledge. O O
ent, but look for them to snap out of it. When tional Urban League's 55th Whitney M. Young Jr., na-

you look at the major league teams the best annual conference here Aug. tional president, will be conference -

of them have their trouble, so don't give up 15. keynoter on "Action
Some 900 delegates will Now to Close the Gap: Ameri
on these youngsters. We look for them to can's Great Opportunity." 7O
convene to
for
plans
map
better their position any day now. Let's all aiding Negroes better them.

! get out to the ball park and encourage them. selves by self-help methods. Much of the delegates' GET YOld.
Here is next week's schedule : Sat. and Sun., League officials in 72 work will be concentrated on STI4T C'N
July 24-25, WPB. The team has been out of cities have tried to crack federal and local anti-poverty FREE
racial Young said, This
week I do not have to write barriers restricting Negroes programs RM.j4
all so about
town in employment and other theme was chosen because of BINGO CARDS

them. fields. the Urban League's profes- # ,AF' At ANT O. 'HU'
The personal shortcomings sional interest in the War on hOI.....No

Boxing is and will be in the doldrums of many Negroes will be the Poverty. >1tL H.e.nAIY PUICNA"

locally at least, until the sport is taken out of 1BINGO

one promoter's hands. There are plenty of LIST

youngsters in the embryo stage looking get ,' kNW

started around here. But because they are con- Blue Note Lounge 5211 N.W. )7th Ave., Miami

nected with the wrong management their re- Burger Fair 5351 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami.
spective talents go by the wayside. If a con-
11515 N.W. 27th Ave. Miami
certed effort is made to improve the situationwe ,
look for the death of what was one of the !!? ,," Danny's Market 122 N.W. l 14th St., Miami

best small club operations! in the country. Residents within the Urban Renewal Project I boundaries Dixie Chenille &Pottery 4699 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami
Let's and some of these clubs to Renewal Project I in the pathof extend from N.W. 22nd Streetto
try open up
N.W. 14th Street and N.W. Economy Drugs 1101 N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami
the North-South Expressway
keep the boys and fans happy. I am not are eligible for relocation 3rd Avenue to N.W. 6th Ave. 5720 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami
therefore would like to
knocking boxing see
payments for moving expenses Jackson's Grocery 5830 N.W. 12th Ave., Miami
everybody connected with sports get a fair if they moved after June MIAMI WINS PUBLICINFORMATION
shake. 9. 1965. The MetropolitanDade Perry's D.pt. Stort 1141 N.W. 3rd Avtnut.,'Miami

County Urban Renewal AWARD Pttt's Mtn's Shop 3672 Grand Ave., Coconut Grove
Agency is now able to exer-
MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM HAS cise the option to make relocation The City of Miami De- Roth Rtal Estate 14570 N.W. 27th Ave., Opo-locka
partment of Publicity and
GOOD LOOKING SHOW FOR WEDNESDAY payments pending Tourism's Miami-Metro News Service First Insuranct 3497 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami
the final approval of the Fe-
Bureau has the National
Stormy Winters boxes 8 rounds with deral Financial Assistance of won Seymour's Food Mart 1304 N.W. 62nd St., Miami
Herm Dixon. Stormy always gives his best. We Contract by the Housing and League Cities top public
information award for its Tire KingWtlltr's 3430 N. Miami Miami
look for ths to be a tough fight. In another 8- Home Finance Agency. population group. Ave.
301 N.E. 167th St.fl. Mia. Bch.
rounder Rory O'Shea takes on FranK Curry. Myron Left, acting execu- It was the fifth time in
tive director, explained that 5930 S. Dixie S. Mia.
Sounds like a couple of fighting Irishmen. cannot be made six years that the dePart- Highwy,
the payments
This should be a good bout. The third 8-rounder before the first advance on the has ment received, headed a by national Lew award.Price, A. G. 2691 N.W. 54th St., Miami.

brings together Bobo Reckley and Luis Direct Federal Loan for Project "We of the City Commis- United Radio & TV 6265 N.W. 7th Ave., MiamiT
Gutierez. Both fought main events here. Florida R-10 but all sup- sion are honored when any of
V Jot 5211 N.E. 2nd Ave. MiamiRichmond
should be ,
porting papers com- wins
There will be one more 8-round bout added our departments an
along with a 6-rounder. A show with 38 pleted now. The relocation award," declared Mayor Robert I Homes 10455 S.W. 152nd St., Miami
staff is now in the process of King High. "It is a credit to
rounds of boxing.ANNOUNCEMENT. tracing families who moved the city." Hunts TV 43 N.E. 54th St., Miami

after June 9. Last year, Miami was chosen The Independent 6032 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami
--- Any family, individual, or for its work on the Invitational
business concern 'that relocated Bowling Tournamentof Royal LunchtonttttHowrtns 738 .ht St., Miami Bch.
FOR SALE from the project area
the Americas, which the
The monthly Union of theUshers' on or after June 9, 1965 and department created. Gas Station H.W.54th St. & 32nd

Federation Association who was not contacted by a This year's award, for Modtrn Auto Radiator 1528 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami
will be held Sunday July 5th Avenue
5303 N.W. member of the relocation
25, at 3 P.m. It will be heldat staff, should contact the Ur- "best of single project"to by cities Glamour Tress Wigs 708 N.W. 62nd St., Miami
250,000 500,000
New Bethany M.B. Church,
268 N.W. 48th St.The Ushers' Open Sat. and Sun. 1.5 p.m. ban Renewal Agency as soon population, will be presented Stacy Shoes 3745 N.W. 79th St., Coconut Grove
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1Y 16 THE MIAMI TIMES. Fri day July 23 1965
.I *
___ addicts the both in : *
ODODODOO'O'DDOO'OD' professionals,
world and otherwise. Start naming
j People. !
; ', ,:i'. top .
..' fI,. Take Ellison Hepburn, for sliNG ULThTTu12 ,

Places Ellison many years ago when the *v** *-* *** *.*-
I was being published on 3rd Ave.,

I. Things. > Ellison Hepburn is a -
of the Hoboes. He dropped in the
DO \00 eo n-
', By Lawrence B. Cooper week to tell us that he had quit EDISON SpecialsOPEM
The corner stone laying at the proposed is now a reformed hobo. He has
"new home" of St. James AME Church was from coast to coast through the
.impressive affair last Sunday evening. nation's freight trains and when he
Despite the incessant drizzle of rain the go "first class" then he'd hop a SUNDAY AFTER 3 P."

: spirit of the members were not dampened. train. Hepburn now plans a career in .
iness as a comedian. The -.. lid N.W. 44TH STREET
They marched by foot and car from the Com-
;
munity Center on 14th Ave where servicesare Wester has spent 39 years riding the Beautiful home, Fla room, foil dining room. Being sold
temporarity being held to the new church His scrap books contain for FHA valuation. No closing costs.
to' partake in this ceremony.I some of the leading newspapers of -
telling of his adventures. Ellison 1762 N.W. 44m STREETCBS
'try
was a "member" of St. James for over
20 years. During this time I made meagre do- loud talker and a braggart. But Dvplex. Being sold for FHA valuation. $300 down

nations, attended social functions, bought din- many others, whatever their No closing costs. Excellent location.
ners in fund raising drive, etc. This was because they live this short time as they
Mrs. C. is a 25-year member. On many one 'thing, in this dog eat dog world 31 N.W. 49TO STREET

occasions I visited St. James even when splinters many warm hearts beating in CBS, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, being sold for FHA valuation
from the seats of the "old"' church roughest exteriors! $300 down. No closing costs. .

annoying. I met and knew of the .
were many 33156'i * *
pastors and even when some of these were
appointed, I would be just as interested to go 371-4501 1 PHONES DRIVE BY THEN BUY
and meet them for their "first" sermon. So THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES-BEING SOLD ON FHA

regularly did I visit that one Sunday morning RADIO DISPATCHED TERMS. AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN. IF YOU CAN
when the hospitality committee asked for visitors QUALIFY.

to stand, I got up. My coat tail was being .Mgic'qt(&;: .IjiJ 3710 N.W. 23rd Ct. CBS Duplex
tugged and a member said, Aw, sit down. Bert,
24 Hour Service U201 N.W. llth PI. 4 bedrooms, W baths
you ain't no visitor! !
Brownsville, Downtown, Coconut Grove, 7030 N.W. 5th PI. Lovely CBS D.plex
A little over two years ago, after noting
45 N.W. 48th St. CBS, near school
that my religious background was beginningto
335 N.W. 43rd St. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths
deteriorate and after a trap was cunninglyset 314 N.W. 16TH TERRACE

by Rev. J. B. Blacknell, I went before the * *
church and extended my hand in fellowshipand ,
DRIVE BY AND SEE THESENO
became a real member of St. James. .
QUALIFYING PROPERTIES. DOWN PAYMENT
It wasn't hard known because
becoming Vacation tine takes on added I FROM $390.
most members knew me anyhow.So When
"Heat
you own a Treat.
I have been of St. 3722 N.W. 23rd Ct. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths
you see, a part And enjoy an abundance of ..
James for a J long time and you may know howI And year round rest."The 7611 N.W. 5th Ct. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths
feel during the preliminaries before moving 6808 N.W.6th Ave. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths

into OUR new church. It's a good feeling. Beat 35 N.W. 41st St. 2 fvrnished louses

Next month when we march into the new 337 N.W. 59th Term Home & Income

edifice I will be up front singing loud and FREE AT HOME
WE ARE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
lusty just as if I was instrumental in fashion- SOLD WITH A MONEY BACK
ing the obvious beauty of this church -. -
k BY O'CONNOR T. CLARK
EDISON REALTY Realtors
Messin' round a newspaper you get t to $12.00 per month 21 months No ,

4 know a lot of people important people, not- or $259.50 cash.CREATIVELY. 175 N.W. 62nd St 751-2441
important people. Being around a news- YOURS P.O.
paper as long as I have I know a long list of Edison Center Station Miami Fla.
them. From the winos on up. The characters,

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AnnouncementMrs.

Sarah Livingston, DANISH
of 1750 NW 69th Terr., 4pc.
announces the marriageof
her daughter Emily WALNUT
Louise Hepburn to Wel- r
lington Rupert Ferguson.
son of Stafford Ferguson f
t'; of Exuma. Bahamas. Miss -- 1 1r
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Hepburn Is a 19G3 graduate : .. : i
of Miami Northwestern -
and Is presently employed "
with H. M. Cus- +gl
toms Dept., Freeport.The .
wedding Is to take
place In Nassau August 1 ,
at 5:30: pm. at St. Barna- 1
bas Episcopal Church.
with Father John Calnan.
officiating.
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.' Scholarship ,

ProgramThere

will be a schol-
arship program Sunday.
July 25 at the SDA Union
Academy. 5001 NW 25th
Ave. at 4:30: p.m.
This program is a musical -
., recital featuring two
,', leading sopranos, Joyce &Sn&irMyftIN
Ellison of Miami and Miss
Sylvia ,Farrington of Hal-
ndale.
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The proceeds will go to COMPLETE ROOMS
help these two youn

College ladles to enter In Hun Oakwond vl11e. I: tf FLORIDA -..-> OtfER 1 AtRl

Ala. in the fall this yeear. INCLUDES LIVING ROOM it o
"v Sponsors are W. P. MIl- BEDROOM* DINETTE
"" Jer and E. Farrington
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