The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 30, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00375

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MIAMI FLORIDA 1JC 1; july,30,1965 16 PAGES 10 CENTS
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special attorneys named for
Tallahassee Atty. Chas.
Wilson of Pensacola, presi- the program, which is authorIzed
dent of' the Florida A&M Uni- under the civil rights law
and is financed through fed-
versity General Alumni Association -
has been named a spec* eral funds. The program in
ial assistant attorney generalof Florida is administered by the
Florida as part of the tech- State Board of Education, com-
posed of the -
nical assistance program un- governor superintendent
der the federal civil rights law of public instruc-

according to an announcement tion, attorney general, secre- --
recently made in Tallahasseeby tary of state and state trea WHITNEY YOONOJLURS.: JAMES... REID T. WILLARD PAIR

a representative from the t surer.A. .National Director ...Heads National I Guild .Local Director
office of Gov. Haydon Bums. native of Apalachicola I
Announcement of Wilson's Atty Wilson received his B.S.

appointmrnt and that of David 1 degree in business admi nistra- 55th Amil, Mutiif 01 MIaMi Btick _
Bolton of Miami was made by tion from Florida A&M University .
Vernon Sikes of the Governor's and his LL.B. degree from
ban League Conference convening
Today marks the start of
office, acting director of the Howard University, Washington Fair expressed hope that Miami Beach at the
Urban League Week in Miami. on
the spirit of Urban League
D.C. class 01951. Married -
technical assistance Hotel
Eden Roc July 31-Aug-
That's because Week will here
900 delegates prevail through
to the former Miss Jean
the civil tights law for the gust 5. The theme of the guild
to the nation-wide civil rights out the year so that progress
state of Florida. Cyrus, he has practiced sessions is "Guild Volunteersin
and community service
organization and no-fuss integration will
Atty Wilson is one of two (Continued on page 11) are convening at the take place. the Great Society."

Eden Rock Hotel for the week Panelists for the seminar
,. : The Miami league affiliateis
TO OT !r r !! --sr' m.ramgtsigi iT TTOEBM.COUNTIES long 55th annual conference. one of 72 branches of the sessions are: Dr. Bert Klein-

P1J7FLORIDA? CLEAREDFOR Mayor Robert King High of organization seeking to aid man, Dade County Public

I : *" Miami, Elliot Roosevelt of Miami Negro citizens obtain equal op- Schools; William A. Wynne,
; 'i.{ ; ;.t"L'i Beach and Charles Hall of portunities in housing, em- Dade County Economic Opportunity -

FEDERAL AID TO SCHOOLS' Dade County have so proclaimed ployment, schooling health Program; Mrs. Gerri
? ;: Associate Editor of
it. Magar,
and welfare services.
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Io f' V" nW>j!, _.-...-,,______ ,_ :' I oi: .". """ ..... ,,, 1. According to T. William Whitney M. Young Jr., na- Ebony Magazine; Regina Saxon

More than half of Florida's exception of Seminole with an Gasden, Hamilton,Highlands, Fair, executive director of the tional director gives the conference Neighborhood Youth
almost enrollment of some 16,300). Lake, Levy, Manatee, Marion, Greater Miami Urban League keynote address at 8 Corps, Washington, D.C. Miss
67 counties, enrolling Every Florida county has Martin,Okaloosa Okeechobee, will focus national attentionon p.m. this Sunday. Humphreywill Maxine Thurston Director of
of the state's
92 per have cent been cleared pupils for submitted a plan for federal Palm Beach. Pasco, Santa the urgent needs of Miami's speak at 8:30 p.m. Tues- the Leadership, Development

aid under the Civil approval. In addition, all the Rosa St. Lucie, Suwarmee. 165,000 Negro citizens to Im- day and Gov. LeRoy Collins, Project, Greater Miami Urban
federal the state's junior colleges and and Union. prove,their. lot by self-help ac.tion. Under Secretary of Commerce, League, will coordinate the '\J)
Rights Act. institutions of higher learning Counties filing 'court or?. .. will speak at 8 p.m. Wednesday seminar; and Joscelind B.
State School Supt.''Thomas -and 'the State Board of ders on'desepation'arc: Ala- Baer, Community RelationsJob
"Civil leaders The
D. Bailey reported today 41 rights front i delegates will also hear
counties have had plans of Education-have received federal chua. Bay, Brevard, Broward, across the nation Vice Presi- Guest Speaker His Eminence Corp, Washington,} .C.
approval. Duval Es cambia, HilUbor- dent Hubert Humphrey and Laurence Cardinal Shehan, Approximately 200 C.U.L.G
compliance assurance ,of court compliance orders, accepted or- Counties filing locally- ough, Indian River, Lee,Leon others are going to get a first Archbishop of Baltimore at 2:30 delegates will join Urban Leaguers -
developed plans compliance Monroe, Orange, Pinenas, hand look from all over the countryto
the U.S. Office of at the misery, squa- p.m. Sunday.
by are: Bradford, Calhoun, Colum- Polk, St. Johns, Sarasota and lor and segregation which is Mrs. James M. Reid, Na- one of the largest attended
Education. These counties bia,Collier, Desoto, Franklin, of
Volusia. conferences in the history
enrolled last year 1.145.793 of corroding the moral and financial -tional President of the Councilof
the Urban League.Mrs. Harold
the state's 1,247,736 students, fibre of all Dade County'speople Urban League Guild, will .

or total 91.8 public per cent school of enrollment.the state's All Negro Jury is FirstA I I zens. particularly Negro citi preside during over the C.U.L.G.National sessions Ur-- 'Mitchell greetings League Guild to President the will delegation.of extend the

Bailey said he thought Flo- ."... 1..... _... -
rida leads the South in the 1---- :;

number of students involved in white man was freed was at the scene where the DtscriMiMfkmCoiify
school systems meeting the last Wednesday in Naples by wire was found because another f.fioTiliiidsr Ov ;

I federal requirements. an all-Negro jury, believed to man had hired him to fixa ;
r- Only 26 counties, enrolling be one of the first, if not the porch. CIISIS AIich v : (" '
101,943 students, have not very first in Florida. The jury deliberated for t i'J't"1'1' :
received clearance from the Thomas D. D'Andrea, 25, one hour and 45 minutes and 'I a : ; $'Stlf
federal government on their was charged with stealing 24 returned a not-guilty verdict. to Lose
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plans. They are primarily miles of copper wire from Two white men were dismissed '''''' '1o ,oil ...,,. !
small counties, all with enrollments telephone lines along the Ta- during the selection the WilliamA. According to sheriffs
under 9,700with the miami Trail. He testified he $78,000 SchoolGrut Parks, apparently des- forces, young Parks and his
pondent over his part in a campanions broke into home

house burglary, killed himself on N.W. 27th Ave., taking
jury'r q with a small pistol Wed- jewelry and watches. Investigators -
nesday morning, sheriff's deputies talked with the boys
reported.The Tuesday night, and noticed
A federal examiner in
boy, who lived with that Parks acted nervously,
Gainesville heard chargesof
racial discriminationIn his parents, Mr. and Mrs. but they made no arrest.

Alachua County's "Op- William A. Parks, at 4237
eraton Headstart" pro- N.W. 23rd Ct., died three Parks went later and turn-
gram Thursday and saidit hours after shooting himselfin I ed himself to juvenile court,
appeared the $78.000 the head with a .27 caliber admitting the burglary. He
t o pre-school training plan derringer. was released in custody of
could not resume this An apparent suicide at- 1 his parents.
summer.At tempt by another 14yearoldwho Wednesday morning the
was involved in the same 1 boy and his father took Mrs.
; a hearing asked by burglary Tuesday night was Parks to work. When they returned
I WI the School Board to defend being investigated by the I home about 10 a.m.the

itself against charges deputies. He took a dozen ;youngster went into his room.
; made by Negro leaders. aspirin they said.Investigators ]His father heard the gunshot .11II.I.
Joseph Kaufman was added that a i moments later and rushing
chairman. After an investigation third youth, a seven-year-old, |in, he found his son sprawled
federal funds may have also been with the i across the bed, shot in thehead
sAT were cut off. older boys in the burglary. I II the gun beside him.

About 40 Negroes and, -

whites tog. Some picketed of them the meet-were I LINCOLN JUMPS TO 49th'Miami's I

members of a student Lincoln National 30, is $20 million higher than

freedom organization at Bank, only completely integrated the Dec. 31 year-end reports,
the University of Florida. national bank in the when banking activity is normally -
They were protesting racial south, has shown tremendous greater than in mid-
discrimination the
growth in its first year of summer.
School Board. said.
they operation.Of Lincoln National opened
for business April 20, 1964
Kaufman said he would Dade's 61 banks Lincoln with a capitalization of
? report to the Office of now ranks 49th having 600000. At the end of June

Photographers caught this group at the elaborate $50 a Helttt Miss".Uaivtrst C..- Washington.Economic Opportunity After hear-in here.outdistanced 12 other banks $1,485,266.At 1964 deposits. had reached

patios Ball at the Dtatvillt Hotel Sunday night when lovely Miss Thailand ..s' erowntd the. ing testimony he commented Deposits in Dade County the close of business

most htattiftl woman In the world. "If there were banks have risen by $185 mil- June 30 this year Lincoln '
white students and staff lion in the past year and have showed total liabilities and ''J
Shown left to right art Dr. Henry King Stanford, president of the University el Miami; col-
in white schools and
exceeded $1.5 billion for the capital funds of$3,610.008.88.Garth .
Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Shirley, Mrs. William S. Thompson, Mrs. Stanford, Atty. Htnry Arringtoa ored students and staff in first time, mid-year reports C. Reeves is chair-

and Atty. William S. Thompson, prominent Washington, D. C. lawyer and former national pelt- colored schools. it seemsto indicated. The mid-year total, man of the board and Frank

march of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity. me there" was discrimI- including deposits as June Buchanan is president.

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I Aria Resident Place Corps # .4.

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Sandra, T. Darville daughter ..
I of Mrs. Mary Darville, 1881 ..
I $C i *.2. 74th Terr., has' been # <
i named a Peace Corps Volun- irir
I ia'p unteer, having completed a irir
I month of training at Princeton irir

University,. and is on the way # \ irir
j ,to Turkey. irir
I by Ann Jackson I The new Volunteers will irir
recene two months of oversea I irir

training at Robert College, # Ir ir
Istanbul. After completion of
training they will be assigned I : <<
to secondaty schools throughout : I '
Turkey where they will <<
WASHINGTON D. C. Tourism in Washington is # # ,' 1t
teach the English language.
second only to politics and what's more it's mostly *# The Volunteers will expand I. t. # 6 ..
# all free. the Peace Corps education # 1 <<
# It costs only 25 cents for a guided tour of the Capitol #
in Turkey as well a*
K Building and a dime for the elevator ride to the replace program Peace Corps teachers }: 4 4c
# Washington Monument. who have completed their two .
# But if you dislike crowds, come in winter, ad- # years of service. ..
vises American Airlines. So great are summer's visitors I With the arrival of this ..
# they outnumber in any given month the entire group, about 580 Peace Corps <<
# population of Washington something like a million # Volunteers will be in Turkey, # c I "a IttR
tourists as opposed to 800,000 regular Washington- r working in secondary education :Latin America. Despite these H <<
ians. rural and community development ]1 these numbers, many more 4 <<
They pour in at the rate of 30,000 a day. What do *I home economics''Volunteers are needed. Per- 4 <<
they most want to see? The White House, that's what. r nursing, social: work and nursery i ions interested in starting a 4 <<
# Visitors line up two abreast and sometimes six blocks: t school teaching !two-year Peace Corps assign- r <<
deep hoping to eavesdrop on the President. I During training at Prince-i:nent this fall should complete 4 <<
K Although the White House contains 132 rooms and I the Volunteers studied the i II and submit a Peace Corps application ec <<
# 20 baths, the tourist Is shown only the Blue Room, the #I Turkish cukture, area and Ian-1 as soon as possible --
Green Room and the Red Room. #I guage. While at Robert College i I and take the Peace Corps 4 I ;
Next on the popularity poll i Is J. Edgar Hoover'sFBI. # they will practice their teaching I placement test which is given .I Jazz vocalist Barbara McNair pauses for a chat <<
trainees who # and receive i\fuchnlangu-1 throughout the country the second -
Tours are conducted daily by FBI C I
officials of the Coca-Cola <<
with of
point out Dillinger's death mask, guns of all sorts, # age instruction. Saturday of each month. Company
# keepsakes from the Brinks robbery and other evidenceof # The departing Volunteers ,All pertinent information can *: Chicago during a recent taping here of a new color TV *

major crimes. # join the 10,000 other Peace 1 jfl obtained at post offices or ..t commercial she made for The Coco-Cola Company. *

Later an expert sharpshooter demonstrates the # Corpsmen now working in 46 I yy writing the Peace Corps, 4 I Taking a break with her ore (left to right) Jill <<
shooting abilities of the FBI agent by riddling a pa- # nations of Asia, Africa and 1 Washington, D.C. ..
# per target with live gunfire. # Brown, Area Marketing Representative; William Jud4
Tours of the Capitol Building are conducted Wins Oratorical !THREE THREE kips, Chairman of the Board, and Les Brown, Area *
# daily between 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. unless Congress :ami Jackson Senior High .. Marketing Representative. Miss McNair is the first *
is in session. In this case they close 30 minutes after ContestThe :School. She has the opportunity Negro vocalist to be signed by The Coca-Cola Com ir*
the quit.
Congressmen to win another
I for its series of live action commercials
new *
Other contenders for the tourists' time are the # Grand United Pall- ':$200 scholarship again pany
Lincoln and Washington Memorials and the Smithsonian bearers of America, Inc. ,next year In Key West.. The spots, which feature her starring at Mr. Kelly's *
Institution third, fourth and fifth in order of held its 38th annual convention :Her conductress is M-* will be scheduled on network TV beginning in the fall. *
popularity. in Fort Pierce -Bell White. .... .... .
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Line that * WWWWKW
There are all-day Grey tours start at July 14-17 in wHich Alicia
the Capitol and include lunch, finishing off at Washington Scott. 15, daughter of Mr.
'e home in Mt. Vernon. From there one may sail # and Mrs. Richard A.
back by boat for a list fl.SO* Scott. 2110 NW 59th St., k
# High on the of do-it-yourself tourists is the
won an oratorical con. "
Bureau of Engraving where 2,900 employees turn out OUR EASY PAYSpecIalSMENT
$30 million a day. None is searched, watched or test.She was awarded $200 PLAN. SMALL
bonded, so foolproof is the system for detecting with scholarship toward the ,
drawals. They have guards-but just to watch the college of 'her choice. The '
tourists.By. topic was "Youth's MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
night there are moonlight cruises down the Po- Struggle in the Great Society Home Bars

tomac, and by day helicopters carry visitors on aerial for Human Rights." < .. ,
surveys of the city. >

* * * * * * *. # AIGRANT FARM WORKERS i +
Smart; practical and' decorative -

ideal for entertaining -

ST.PETERSBURG-CFNS- at hont. Now you i t r t t "
f t*<>< AI626.410 to aid migrant
\ program have
can an attractive bar
; farm. workers and their
NowlTh !
,Rtlistfr families to serve from while enter-
in 14 Florida Counties -
moves} into high gear recently taining friends. No more '-

: :: books :ore opts t as;{ 'program director Mixing drinks in the kitchenor
: arrived in St. Petersburg from on tables. A beautiful ... .
Washington to assume his new '
piece of furniture, one you ,.( .1

post.Dr.. Thomas P. Hardeman, can bt proud of.
vice president and deputy director r J\\

| of Community Service
Foundation of Largo, which is t t t.n ij

supervising the federally financed '
"OPPORTUNITY DAY"AT Florida program, welcomed
the arrival of program ,
NORTHSIDEJOIN director, Alen. E. Ouskin.
Guskin, a former Peace The
THE ACTION TOMORROW Corps most volunteer recently in Thailandand directorof SET'M OF BAR CLASSES

the Division of Volunteer savings on a
ViiimViiViiiii BBmBmoVBmmmmmmmiBBBmBBmBBBBmmmmmmjBBBJIJ BB iiiVmmBBBBBmBBmmBBBBBi I Evaluation and Placement for smart home bar. Gay modern 4 PC

FREE FREE FREE VISTA, said he'll start work I 'f'\/P design, fully upholstered BAR SET
by making a statewide tour of oval bar. Has burn and
Folksingers Jazz Motorcycle show Gospel Singers the migrant program's regional =
offices. }. stain proof "mica" top, 2 .,
Boxing Calypso Mobile Dental Unit Regional offices have been shelves for storage. Mata

GUEST SPEAKERTh established in Bradenton, Ft. I ? ching back bar with mirror $10 DOWNDELIVERS.
Myers, Belle Glade, Miami and has shelves for glasses, 2
Honorable Claude Pepper Ft. Myers with St. Petersburg -- stools have .
swivel seats.
U.S. Representative set as the state head- : "' I
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9,00 A.M.s..Mobil.Dental Clinic Domoiutrotion brass plated ornallenta. HI-
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Vlnct Martin Popular wording artli Iron"Tho Flick"Coff"Ho,.. stered back bar has diamond
Utility{ Slngort- An fuelling 5 man vocal group
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 30, 1965 3

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1. s Polk* Ck.rad With Fifora 'to Ohy (oirl Orders '. ."

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NEW ORLEANS A federal I Two "show cause" ordersi Police; Thomas D. Burbank, sition as deputy sheriff. I \, ,it l1 ,
judge issued four orders i were issued in response to superintendent of Public Safetyfor The July 10 injunction was \t' ", (. '." t -rT
last week to Bogalusa law-en. suits brought by Collins the State of Louisiana; Ar- issued by Federal District .. ;:-, >" '1'
forcement officers charging I Douglas, and Elie chief sou- nold D. Spiers, commissionerof Court Judge Herbert W. Chris- 'f ,:.. ,
them with civil and criminal thern counsel for CORE. Two Public Safety of the City of tenberry in New Orleans as the Q
contempt of court for violating 1 others were issued as a re- Bogalusa;Vertrees Adams,de- result of a" suit brought by : .
a July 10 injunction obtainedby I suit of suits filed for the Jus- puty sheriff of Washington Pa- CORE attorneys on behalf of i r.
CORE ordering them to pro- tice Department by Assistant rish.Others Negro residents of Bogalusa .
tect civil rights advocates. Attorney-General John Doar, named are Haynes i and two CORE workers. "" ', 1
Federal District Court who has spent several days Wascomb, Bernard Williams, The plaintiffs in that case
Judge Robert A. Ainsworth ordered > observing events in Bogalusa and John "Bozo" Riley of the alleged that the defendants, J.".
the officials to present Judge Ainsworth ordered U.S. Bogalusa police for ce;and two including Knight, Spiers, Bur- I I' .. < !
themselves to the court next Attorney Louis Lacour to pre- state police officers identified I bank Williams, Wascomb, Adams I
Monday to "show cause" criminal only by their badge numbers. the Mayor of Bogalusa and
they should not be found guilty The order issued in the civil the Sheriff of Washington Pa-
of both civil and criminal The public officials name! < case instructed Adams ,to rish had not provided proper
contempt of court for viola- in the court orders are: Clax- "show cause" why he shouldnot protection for Negrose of Bogalusa
tion of the injunction. ton Knight Bogalusa Chief of be removed from his po- and civil rights advo-
cates and has participated in
acts of violence committed
against them.In .
so doing, the Negroes
claimed, Knight, Adams, Wil-
liams, and the others had deprived -
!* vV1 Wd them of their rights, as
9/P guaranteed by the Constitutionand
feSfS l Bk s ft$ laws of the United States.
&& Judge Christenberry grant-
ed a preliminary injunction,but
did not set a date for a hear-
ing for the permanent injunc-
tJTc; tion or for the $425,000 da- '! e4?

mages asked bythe plaintiffs. :S

'Ill taghr

and Mrs. Junious Fort-
son and son, Charles have i
; just returned from an excitingtrip ,: ,
and stay at the waldorf fi et'lil
Astoria Hotel.
Mrs. Fortson was one of the 1
delegates who attended the
45th Boule of the Zeta Phi
=, a t
t ua i t Beta sorority which convenedin 1, a 1
New York City, July 1116.
The meeting and most of the
activities were held at the ?,..It13t
famous Waldorf Astoria Hotel. a :
While Mrs. Fortson was attending -
her meeting, husband
Junious and son Charles were
taking in the sights of New I
York and the World's Fair. I
La.. ..
At the close of the Boule, I w
the Fortson's vacationed in AIRLINE CLERK IS "MSS JAMAICA"
Hartford, Conn visiting Mr.
Fortson's relatives. On the return Winsome Virginia Redparb, reservations clerk in Pan
AT TRIAL LAWYERS CONVENTIONBill trip home they picked up American Airways' Ocho Riot Office, is 1965 "Miss JaMai-
Colson of Miami, president of # ''' '''# .l'''< the sons of Mrs. Fortson's ca" and competed for the "Miss Universe" title in the annual

,American Trial Lawyers, welcome the Messrs. !:EDUCEfLoMsttiM ,6?peandsconvention *f :. ._. niece Raymond.in Philadelphia.Coverdale Robertand who pageant at Miami Beach. On arrival ,in Miami, Virginia

Thompson (no relation) at the ATL National ."I '? will spend their vacation in I wore a linen and lace outfit in Caribbean green-"the colorof
at the Fontainebleau hotel, Miami 'l"P WEEKLY"Beach. the Magic City. the water over the reefs lust offshore from our office."
At left is William S. Thompson! Wash- ;1545.S..W*;i.l r-Stt' ;

ington, secretary-general of the World Peace ,' t" .FR, 3-2748. ;' "
Through Law committee and at right, W. ', ill "If.:, 7'L.

Hale Thompson, Newport News, Va., a mem- f tLONG'S., Ll"IC,,; FOR THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATES -CALL
ber of the committee. .
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Dr. Lionel H. Newson, HON.BROOKS
president of the Alpha Phi DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.
t Alpha Fraternity, has an- PRESIDENT
; Spitzer Dodge of Miami i I nounced that Vice President
Hubert H. Humphrey will fly GEORGE P. HARTH, GENERAL. MANAGER ,: ,' ii
g I I to Chicago Monday, Aug. 9, to 'r'it'
i 8901 N.W. 7th Ave.IS i I address the conclave group's, 59th in anniversary the- MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN >%

PROUD TO ANNOUNCE APPOINTMENT j I I Grand Ballroom of the Shera- t 1* 10,000 HOUSING UNITS <*:*;fft "
i ton-Chicago Hotel. The con- : ., ;f ,
OF ; clave is slated for Aug. 8-12. '
i Dr. Newson, a distinguished ;" < Bonded also has employment service at main office ***' '"
educator, is also president of ',. .
f: Barber-Scotia College, Con- 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue ..
cord, N.C. (NPI Photo),
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Powell Jr president of the American Bar
f Association; Robert G. Storey, former presi- ir

I dent of the American Bar Association; Mayor

I : Robert F. Wagner and Whitney M. Young Jr.,
executive director of the National Urban

1. SIGISMUHD REEVES, Editor end Publish,, League.
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor
Students at Junior Colleges in the state

Member of the Notional Newspapers Publishers Association will probably pay $100 per semester insteadof lZ

SUBSCRIPTION RATES the present $75. This is a recommendation

I ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX.MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $.& made by the State Junior College Board

Entered as Second Clots Matter, August 9, 1927 ot tKo Post l The State Department of Education has !'
,II Offlco at Hlom\\ Florida, under the oct of March 8, 1876. recommended that the Cabinet continue all ;I ',

t Offlco ot 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue Phono OX U0421 present two-year colleges as accredited including -
the four that were given a deadlineof
Tk. NEGRO PRESS believe that America can bast load i mid-1966 to make improvements.The .
this world from racial and notional antagonism' when It accords '
ta ovary man regardless of raco, craad or .jcolor hliJwman Rev. Theodore Jones, vicar of St.Christopher's jEnF
I and logo) rights Hating no atan, fearing no .iran-the Episcopal Church, Ft. Lauder-
". !.i gra Pros strives to help every man in tho firm 1 belief that
.ft sign or* hurf'as long as .nyo, la hold back. dale and St. Phillip's Church, Pompano, has r .
been appointed a member of the Ft. Lauder-

dale City Bi-Racial Advisory Board. Fr. Jonesis
Duncan RightsThe
Bishop on
well known in Miami as he was vicar of the

Rt. Rev. James L. Duncan, Suffragan Church of the Incarnation before going to Ft. 3A
Bishop of the Episcopal Church and chairmanof Lauderdale.

the Dade County Community Relations a

Board gave his views on Civil Rights in a

lengthy story in last Sunday's Miami Herald. Price Goes Up Next Week TRIBUTE TO LOUISE PORTLOCK, JR.
The story is by Jon Nordheimer.Says -
Bishop Duncan: Your copy of the Miami above 10*. In the passing of Louis H. Portlock, Jr., the
Times will cost you 15* next The average good newsboy Miami Community and the Carver Branch Y.M.C.A.
"The whole problem in the South a gen- week. Several factors have today selling 100 copies a lost a real champion and friend' He will be missed,
eration ago was that most of the whites never led to our making the increase. week does not good think payday.that$3.00is (We but he will be remembered. His diligence in business,
a very
had any contact with Negroes except for The Times has sold for a plan paying our newsboys and his dedication to duty, his willingness to serve, his
dime for the last 30 years and genial disposition, are traits that endeared him to all
maids and doormen, This is still pretty much during htat time managementhas dealers 6e a copy.) while he was with us.
the today the Negroes with ability and absorbed increases Our plans for a bigger and
case ; numerous
In the ,brief span of his life he was a living example -
b good education just aren't available to most in newsprint labor better Miami Times to serve of clean living, selfless service, and courageous
and materials. We are one of the expanding Dade County
white Southerners."But ambition. In his translation, he will continue to In-
the last Negro weeklies in the and surrounding territory necessitates -
country to raise our price our price boost. spire young people by his exemplar life. His passingIs
World War II started changes; it know him
a challenge to those of us who to continue -
gave both whites and Negroes the opportunityto the good works In which he was engaged.His .
discover that the truth the church has been voice is stilledhis hands are stayed, but his
... influence In this community will still be felt. The
is valid-all
preaching all these years men
Phil BE A NURSE'S AIDE community Is far better because he lived. It Is sad
ARE created equal. dened at his demise, but resolve that his life shall
'I have not passed in vain.
"Most of the critics complain bitterly that Spirit of truth is come, he
the minority groups are running the country will guide you into all truth..." NURSES'AIDES Sanford J. Ramsey, Executive Secretary
and let it go at that without personally (John 16:13.) ; 2380 West Flogler Street The Membership, Board ond Committee
attacking me," he explains.His When I first read this Coll for Information and for o' George Washington Carver Branch
scripture,my mind doubted the brochures 4444637 .r J4.C.A.
mission, he feels, is to demonstratethat possibility of receiving all 443-9741
truth at any one time. After
religion not only involves personal mo- Morning Classes:
all, the creations of God are
rality and church worship services, but ex- 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
limitless and finite mindscan
tends to politics, social issues and relations accept, only our a little knowledge Evening Classes: .,. . * ..* .' .*
7 to 10
throughout the world. or truth at a time. Thuswe p.m. 'MIAMI TIMES ; :
assimilate some truth in REGISTER NOW FOR NEW* : ADS;
"The average American today puts re- first gradethen second grade CLASSES .- tI
ligion in the corner and uses it when he wants and so on. Even a college :BRING( RESULTS.;. :
graduate with a master's degree << '
tohe said. "He fails to see that religion em-
must continue to learn if * * * ** * * *
braces the reality of life and figures in the he wishes to keen uo in his
great social issues of the day. profession.But .
ALL truth? How couldit
God and religion are the core of life ; be that when He would come;
they should be found in all areas of society. He the Spirit of truth would
"The problem is that the local clergy and guide us into ALL truth? BANK 'TIL 5 P.M.

congregations never have really become active Because I know Jesus
spoke naught but truth I was
and faced their responsibilities." determined to find what He *

meant by "all truth" as men-
He racial incident will force
hopes no tioned in the scripture. Know- AT
Miamians to take a step backward on a road ing that man's mind cannot receive -- '- -' : -' "-' Ti.' -'''-

they have navigated so successfully this far. all the true knowledge >, :;f'; :;: : ',
"Miamians like most Americans, are ac- that exists in the world (at 1 LINCOLN :'tt "", '

cepting integration because it is the law of the anyone time) and realizingthat :)';:tf,,:''',t' .. ::: t, f ,'
( .(
His to mankindwas a Ali"
message Y
land. And they are now finding that it really ; h
not only of this world, I :
isn't the bitter pill that the extre- turned to the spiritual aspectsof
mists told them it would be." his words. NATIONAL BANK : I"
What is "all truth" In the .

spiritual sense? To me it is .' .' .' .. i .
Dade County 4th in CrimeThe this: There is only one God : ; OF MIAMIFull .j.. :"if "
and one brotherhood of man ; ,( .JL
FBI reports Florida's Crime rate in under our Heavenly Father. :: --4

Dade County'is fourth among U. S. metropolitan This is a truth that any human Service Banking for All the People

areas and Florida ranked fourth among being can know without any
states. formal learning. It was hintedto 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue
in the prophesies in the

Here's how Florida's record stands, in scriptures of all religions, in Phone 759-4431
all agesyet on a worldly basis -
ratio per 100,000 persons: could not be an accom- In the Edison Financial Center

Murder and non-negligent manslaughter, plished fact until this age, for
it is only in the past 100years .
8.6 ; forcible rape 10.3 ; robbery 86.9 ; aggra- that our earth has become as

vated assault 159 ; burglary 963.4 ; larceny of one large neighborhood makingall Now
$50 or more 467.9 ; auto theft 206.4. human beings neighbors bh ProvidingNew

population necessity.Thus circumstances. and brothers by Extended Banking Hours

; for the first time in

Murder and non-negligent manslaughter history mankind" is ready for Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
truth. We are now livingin
6.2 ; forcible rape 11.3 robbery 147.5
; ; ag-
the when Jesus'
day prophesy 9:30 am to 2:00
gravated assault 226.3; burglary 1,167.4 ; lar- of the "one fold and one pm
ceny of $50 or more 609.4 ; auto theft 285.8. shepherd" can at last be fulfilled .
A number of other Florida cities were and His prayer,..."Thy
well above the national average in numbersof kingdom come. Thy .will be Fridays
done in earth as it is in Hea-
crimes per 100,000 population. The TampaSt. ven" be answered.To 9:30 am to 2:00 pm
Petersburg area had a crime rate of 2,138.2. me, this is all truth...
Broward County's rate was 2,286.7 and Palm all the truth that really mat- and

Beach County's was 1,866.8 ters.eternity...on earth and through 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Concerned over the crime condition in the -- -".- ,. "
-y- -r"-:
nation President Johnson has set up a National '. ,; .\<.\\ -.'" ","><>> %,";;::

Crime Commission with 18 members headedby 0'1. S.Urfcys 9:00 eii'to. N eon.

Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach.The MAL E or FEMALE. ,:a,:,., -is$\ ".*aeS 1WALKUP
Musicians, waitresses. Experience -
president asked the commission to not necessary.
-, make a comprehensive report to him in 18 Over 18 years old. Steady

months and to make Interim reports wheneverit Contact jolt for manager summer of season.Sugar Monday thru Friday

has recommendations ready. Shack Key West, Fla..

Members of the commission include former phone p.m. nitely.CY 6-9147 after Jul31 9 2:00 P.Mo to 5:00 P.M.,

U. S. Atty. Gen. William Rogers, Lewis

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday O' July 0 30. 1965 5

Betty Carey Williams, a member of the
staff at Cape Kennedy Hospital and childreh,
Antonio, Gerald and Haywood, spent the
weekend visiting with her family. + Nh hr

f Lillian Pratt of 3350 NW 52nd St., is w..w.. wf
convalescing at home after a brief stay at
Jackson Hospital.
Get well wishes are for Thelma Cyprian
Mumford who was hospitalized for two weeks Airman Third Class Bararol J. James,
after being knocked half way across 17th Ave. son of Mr. and Mrs. Artis C. James of 2480
and NW 40th street. Her smiling face i is NW 152nd Terr. and a North Dade graduatehas
certainly missed around Jackson Hospital. completed Air Force basic military train-
Friends and fellow employees in Central Ser- ing at Lackland AFB, Texas and ,has been selected -
for technical training as a communica- iiA
vice wish her a speedy recovery. % :
tions-electronics specialist at the Air Trans- ,
Among science teachers attending an institute ing Command school at Keesler AFB, Miss.
in radioisotope fundamentals at Pur-
Leslie Reese is back at home after ten y
is Mildred Evans Northwestern
due University a -
teacher. days at Christian Hospital. Wife Enid gets
eye surgery this week. at .1'\
Otis Haywood Jr., of 68th St. is attend-
ing Ohio University's graduate school study- Congressman Dante Fascell was so en-
ing toward the Ph.D. degree in school busi- thralled by an article by Eb Fortier in the Vil- IJ
ness administration. Haywood left here in '62 lage Post magazine extolling the leadership of
to take up duties as business manager at Allen Rev. Theodore Gibson that he read it into the
University. He's a resident of McCracken Hall, Congressional Record of July 8, 1965.

Ohio U., Athens. Mr. and Mrs. James Bruton of FAMUare

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ware of Orlando< guests at the Deauville hotel. Mr. Brutonis
head of the printing department at FAMU*
visited our city as the guests of the James:
of Richmond Heights. and is attending sessions of the International
Mrs W. Hale left of New-
Graphic Arts Education Ass'n. Thompson, ,
Church of the Incarnation Sunday School port News, Va., and Mrs. Robert Sawyer, of
and guests enjoyed their annual picnic at Organists, choirmasters and choristers Cleveland, sip coffee aboard the ss Martha
Crandon Park on Tuesday. from Miami attending the 15th annual Fourth Washington on a cruise in Biscayne Bay. With
Sewanee Province Conference on Church their husbands, they are attending the 19th
Murray Johnson of New York City is vis- Music being held at DuBose Conference Cen- annual convention of the American Trial
iting Rev. and Mrs. Talmadge of Miami. ter, Monteagle, Tenn., July 13-July 23 included Lawyers at the Fontinebleau hotel.
Sincere sympathy to the CunninghamHall Mrs. Laura C. Westberry, organist, ..\
families and the Portlocks. Christ Episcopal Church, Miami.

Disabled American Veterans and Aux- .
iliary, Chapter 39 sponsored a barbecue din- REMOVE BIAS HOUSING Q OR p ,CES
ner for the Installation of their newly elected WALL NAACP Non-Surgical OHical
afternoon. TreatmentRUPTUREPILES P ,.
officers on Sunday JACKSONVILLE.-PI-

New York City and its World's'Fair con- has The demanded Florida NAACP that the branch.Housing Rectal Diseases, Vari- .Where:oU 4.4..ew friends, ".eet'.,
the number of vacationers -
tinue draw largest
to Home Finance Agency cose Veins, Prostate No
from our city leaving this week will be order the removal of a wall lost time Discard Truss EARl. EDWARDS, PROP.
Anna Grace Sweeting, Bonnie and Elijah constructed at a local FHA- Upon Correction of Rupture.
Hepburn, Earnestine Henley and the Nelson insured housing project. It Low cost. PHONE 7SS-8422 44H N.W.1TH AVE.flURaICANEs .
contends that the wall servesas
a "buffer zone" to divide

The Noel Bloomfields (Cleomie) are va- residents.and segregate Negro and white 1545 SW 1st St.-FR 3-2748 ,.: .;j ; '-'" ...< "-. "--L"''''y'" J"""' t''' .,...
cationing in Raleigh, N. C. '\ "; < .fI'

Congratulations and best wishes to Timo- ; ; '
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thy Johnson Cooper and Louise Payne who '
married recently. f .ll' . .ARE COMING. PROTECT YOUR
were 371-4501 I PHONES FR 3-5496
Dan and Sue Francis along with Dannysue -
have returned after a six weeks motor trip RADIO DISPATCHED ADVERTISED .
viewing the northeastern part of the U. S.
Magic City & Harlem Cabs Awnings AND FENCES AT

The "Knights (Dewey, Clara and ,, ,. .
?* :> f *l*+ K u'-> / ?&tf* r Vt jttfjLl' ,
Dewey III) are spending a few days in Day- 24 Hour Service !
tona Beach. Brownsville, Downtown, Coconut Grove, Liberty City ; SPEClALLowPricsDCall ;

Myrtle Bullard and children have gone 4469628FOR
to our nation's capital for sightseeing: and va- 314 N.W. 16TH TERRACE A.g 6

summer marks 100 years since Lewis FAST INSTALLATIONS
Carroll wrote the ever popular "Alice in
Wonderland." If you have a daughter who
has not discovered the enjoyment of this

wonderful book, here's a fine time to intro- COME TO. SEE US ..AT
duce her to Alice's adventures. .. ... -J. .. .
.. )<0.--/ -, / -' From diapers to diplomas--
George Styles entertained friends on : Your children i I look to you for support and
Tuesday evening to help him celebrate his .]OE'SMARKEIS education.
birthday. Happy birthday George and our t i n Here is where LIFE INSURANCE can give
happy birthday wishes are also for Pauline THERE IS ONE NEAR YOU the help you need.
Dunn, Alfred Walker, Paul Everett, Allen .
Williams, A. Joseph Reddick, Barbara Jack- )'
Burrows James L. Bryan and FINE GROCERIES MEATSWE
son, Barbara ,

R. P. Jordans (Elizabeth) of Opa- "
locka enjoyed a weekend cruise to Nassau. WISE' POTATO. CHIPSAND TODAYHe

Inez Johnson and her mother, Mrs. Jane I SNACKS
McKinney are spending their vacation in Vir-
J will assist you in working our a program
ginia with Inez's sister, Effie.
that will guarantee that your dreams for your
Eva M. Williams, a member of the Miss children will come true. I
Universe committee, has returned to Nassau *-* * * * * * * The CENTRAL offers very attractive Modern

after honoring participating the guests.in the many activities in WIN UP TO $100.00 A DAY Policies to fit your particular needs up to the

amount of $50,000.
F. Patterson Pricilla Richardsand
Dorothy ,
Ellen Snyder of New York are the guestsof
Ivan Rolle of 75 NW 49th St. EDUCATIONAL
Cameron and Helen Culmer are relaxingat
home while Cammie, Cynthia and Crystalare RETIREMENT HOSPITALIZATIONHEALTH
visiting Mr. and Mrs. John R. Scott BINGOAND
(Brother and Dorothy) in Jacksonville. AND FAMILY GROUP PLAN

Returning to Nassau after visiting rela- LISTEN TO MIAMI'SHandsomest Central Life Insurance Co.
Irma Adderly Owens
tives and friends are D.J.
and daughter, Juanita. Of Florida"THE
Clarence (C.T.Taylor)
Get well wishes to Millis Symonette and to FRIENDLY COMPANY" .

William Haley who are in Christian Hospital. 12:00 NOON 2:00: P.M. HOME OFFICE TAMPA, FLORIDA

Rose Gaston and children, Clarice, James H AND BRANCH OFFICES STATEWIDE
and Michael are vacationing in Springfield, 9:3012:00: : "MIDNIGHT
Barbara. * * * * * * *
Mass with her daughter

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 30.
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Sonny Payne and his group played to a stand-
ing room only audience at the Yellow Bird, r .-M.d SvdtHts i1i 1 at ', IMiss.
In Nassau on their opening night. They were

very warmly appreciated and much enjoyed. ; Stat 'Wlt ort INcidNt'STARKVILLEMiss.NPU I

Chickie "Madam Effie Throckbottom" I I.i
Horne was in town for two days last weekend.She Mississippi with a mixed enrollment -
is still upsetting the Drumbeat in Nassau When Richard Holmes, 21, en- .
Nassau's Fabulous Fire is tered the historic portals of Holmes enrollment attracted -
Becky, Queen, Mississippi State University, little attention from 2,500
in town for a visit with her doctors Hazel he became the first of his race white students who registered
J BY DAVE BONDU and Bob Wright are touring Europe, and .to attend the 85-year-old institution -
sending back beautiful post cards of fabulous .
Well, I hear tell that one of OUR citizens places. University officials said Arthritis

has decided to run for Mayor of our Town any Holmes other would incoming be treated student.like FoundationThe

against Mayor Robert King High. We have As you can see, I do better at the quick- The youth, accepted for the Dade DIvision
County -
often wondered why more of US have not run note department, since it is more like "who's second session of summer ofthe Arthritis
for city and county' offices. There was a close doing what." And now that I have told you school, is a junior. majoring Foundation, Florida chap...

race a few years back for City Commissioner, everything that I had on every note Dave gave in premedicine.A native I of Starkvllle, ter formerly located at
for which we were grateful and proud. Nowis and I had 1206 Huntington Medical
me, a couple dozen of them, I'll Holmes came to Mississippi Building, Miami. is now
the time for all good men and women to wish that you will live life, every golden State from Wiley College, located at 393 Aragorf
come to the aid of their City. Does that minute of it. PEACE! (It doesn't sound right Texas. He is the son of a Ave.. Coral Gables tele-
sound familiar? This would be a good time when I say it. He will be back next week. Starkville physician. phone 445-7735. A cordial
to show what a really consolidated vote can GOODY!) state-supported Mississippi is university the second to welcome everybody Is to extended visit our to

do. Even Atlanta, Georgia has surpassed us desegregate and the third previously new offices and Occupa-
in this area of putting Negroes in high city all-white college in tional Therapy Center.NOW .
and county posts, and we are supposed to and '6"6"4- .
are the best city in the South" may I />>;:: -tfoin Ss f the i A 1

proudly say in the United States? Let's keep I *w- ,rw ,.,- ,.... -.*>*4..,_q.,.. _.-....- ,' ...
this in mind, and you will certainly hear more " '6'6"6" " '" ,.
about this from this column, in the future. APPEARING + .

Don't worry, when the time gets near, the
soap box will come out from under the IN PERSON ,,

"couch" and I will stand on it and do one of
my "preaching numbers." WEDNESDAY THROUGH

You thought Dave was in Nassau? Well, q
he is, but being the ham he is, he had to have

his say, by phone, by mail, by anything! He
always says that the reason a woman does not Th
grow a mustache is because she talks so much

she chews the roots from the inside. What is ave Akfos Trio
his excuse? ''Johnson of Miami

Now, maybe I can have my say. Being a '

woman, I do not talk much, so the column Every.NlghtEx
1168I N.W. 38th StU
will be much shorter than it usually is. Thereare .pt 'Tuesday ''qNt( NAMtg

a few things, however, that I want you to (Corner 12th Ave. & 38th St.)
know about. For instance, Joe Kershaw calledme
Dance Good MusicCOHTIHUQUS
the other day to say that Christian Hospital ,
Phony 6354748SINI
is badly in need of blood for their blood ,>:EHTERTAWMCHT v

bank. On Saturday, August 7, from 9 a.m. to '
1 p.m the Unit of the John Elliott Blood Bank ,Eve ry0fl ,Swingi" ;;" ;'

will donors for Christian the hos- .. f '
accept at ,,',< !<, rar" WRlcaie.R:
pital. It is such an that, even # ; !bestin N.{, >, > ". ':tI1' .n!,',.; ., ,,, "' ,.-
emergency ,ofer ngrtlie'vet phatoprapyr \:>)\< .. ., ":> }t f -'t ry"A''t1<'t'f'>,h'!fl '>1{( ",.",'-,,",< '!'"",' ,,"". ...00
though it seems a little mercenary to offer > *ji
money for blood, they are willing to pay $5.00 :N. AMITIES ':-' iNEDDIIIGS"OROUPS' ; t ir. MY COUSIN'S PLACE

for each pint donated. If that is what it takesto 'CHURCHES' i .\-" PORTRAITS- /
replenish the much needed supply, they : '

are willing to offer it. Please, if it is possiblefor fBABY" .PICTURES., .. ,. 'fA'.tSPECIAL. ., ... (Formerly the Smith Brothers Club)

you to give blood, go to Christian on that : Plenty Free 'Par 1cinp', ,t if 207 NW 36 ST aid lid AviPL
day and give to save someone's life, You never
know whose life you will be saving, but remember 8-B 198
Nitely Broadcast WMBM with Allan Rockwcad
that it is the most precious thing

there is to you and to whomever is saved.
by your gift.

We are all saddened and shocked at the :qv"{....:.. ,..., u', \-. x ,I
loss Louis Portlock friend. I ';# ,I". .. ',tNJ
of a long-time '-r'I .w; "I'" '
} :'" '.t'1J.
am sure I express the feelings of all of our ,;
readers when I say we have lost a fine citizen tfVi? Mr. James Club

and a good friend. ,
y K CORNER N.N. 1/1' 1
Shirley. "f, .
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Fincher. .

Wheeler (WINZ) .


this Sunday at St. John Baptist Church, Dave ASSOCIATION ELECTS
Fincher and Sylvia McFord will promise to
"love, honor and cherish" each other. The PRESIDENTMr.

reception is at 7:00 at 5133 NW .15th Ave. Israel Adderley, pro- .
prietor of Adderley Sundries, .
The James Club is featuring Bobby Jones '
2102 N.W. 3rd Ave., was tf
and Joe Ann DeCoursey this Wednesday, elected to the presidency of Co-Staring
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and that oughtto Central Business Associationat I I)
be a good 'un. My Cousin's Place is its regular business meet-
Dave Akins and his swinging Trio ing last Monday, held at the
holding office of Economic
over, and are trying to line up Babs Gonzalesand tunitylnc.,817 N.W. 2nd Ave. 9iUt DECOURSEY
Phyllis Branch for the near future Mr. Adderley succeeds Char-
from At- les North who was acting
the ) just returned
Phyllis (by way
president prior to this elect-
lanta's Playboy Club. While there she sang for ion. "
the Marietta Kiwanis and the Atlanta Cham- Other officers are Mrs. U 'ft W AME's WlUmoi Steve M.C,
ber of Commerce Group. Opal King, vice president and Sao WlldmoB & Clay do parts from their albvm

promises to be a real Charles Weiss enger,Secretary.In _.
Continental .
The his acceptance speech, .. 'f;,
"humdinger" when it is fully re-done. Peekin Mr. Adderley pleaded to the f JULf3O.314tIC4 1; '
and see the improvements that have taken membership to do all it can \ ns4 i .. ;
place, already. They will be open in the next to influence the business men ) '
for women of the Central Negro *
of weeks, so watch the
couple area. He stressed that CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT
they a11
to ta
wants usea
The Owner
their opening date. join in and help the
promote Mite
"show" paintings of t111e Tvetday Amatevr Nlto ,
corner of the lobby to area and develop its business
some of our artists, so if you know of any as- potential.The! ted+lt! r B.rt.rboll, Year Holt & M.C.
interested, have weekly meetings have
piring artists around are been
changed to twice month-
them contact Mr. or Mrs. Clark. It is a nice ly. Next meeting will be held
idea When Dave called, I got the news that Monday, August 2, at 8 p.m.


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1965 saw a steady rise in the r
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Florida Dairy Institute an
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ita consumption was up over f
the same 'six months of 1964 r'f
3.12 per cent.Aptogram .
of promotion
publicity and advertising has > n
seen consumpyion climb stead-
ily since September 1964 reversing -
a 14 year deciline. The I
R past few .months showed a .MK9MJOHBB&CPRFHM . steady increase upward over
-- the same months of last year rI
PROMOTES TWO starting in February at 1.60per HIGH POINT. N.C. B AC .# ,' w ,),

Two G.l( Oil Corporation salts trahtts receatlywcrt cent; March 2.80; April Associates' President RobertJ. r ". w r yy
announced the xH
2.85; May 3.04. Brown today + +
1 promoted. to salts rtprtstHtativts. George S. Venn Cole and AssociatesInc. appointment of Alfred L. 1I n-

Hac1:..", a motive of CltvtloMO1 aid aforatr Gtlfoil ., public relations firm designed son to the position of executive !
jteler tier calls retail Clevtlaac1.. the over all program assistant of marketing Ill g' 1
*, M 29 accosts in N e i t s s
and Bishopric-Green-Fielden Itinson wiU e
information. Mr. 1
Joy A. Heidricks, I bon ii Baltimore, advises o>d* assists advertising agency handled begin'his new duties immed- g

25 GIll service static dealers Im tat Waifchg- the publicity iately.A .

D.C...,... native of High Point 1
COMPLETES TRAINING N. C., Mr. Hinson holds the
Bachelor of Arts and the Master '
SAN ANTONIO TEX. Air- of Arts degrees in psychology ;'ig: 4 w e
d man Third Class Wilbert C. both earned at North
._ _. .
.... ., ,
Jackson son of Mr. and Mrs. Carolina College in Durham ----- -
HUE Green Jackson of 16135 N.W. N. C.
NOTE IAR 22nd Ct., Opa-locka has com- Prior to Mr. Hinson's present Mr. Bond has a very new dynamic Junior Model,
pleted U.S. Air Force basic appointment he was em- Erica Williams.Erica graduated from Booker T. Washington -
5211 NW 17 Ave military training at Lackland ployed as an instructor in High School in '63. Erica will be a junior at
this fall.
AFB Tex.Airman. psychology at Delaware State Fisk University in Nashville Tennessee
k Tk Friendliest Bar In Town Jackson has been College in Dover, Del. In 1962 Erica received: an award for services from the
; selected for technical training Mr. Hinson's new duties United Fund. In 1963 Erica was a Silver Knight nominee
the field of science.: Also in 1963 she received -
as an administrative specialist will include compiling and in
at the Air Training Corn- disseminating marketing information the math pin for the highest national mathematics -
to the firm's clients With this background: we know Mr.
man (ATC) school at Amarillo test score.
Come in and say "hello" to: AFB Tex. His new unit is well as general supervision of Bond willsoonhave a very dynamic new Senior Model!
part of the vast ATC system opinion polls. In addition he Avalon photo.Negro .
Elinor Foots Bessie
Betty Inez
I which trains airmen and officers will have the responsibility of .
i * * * * in the diverse skills required coordinating material for stimulating T
by the nation's aerospace and developing sound
AVE IRTH HS:ARD'ENJOY'OUR... force. public relations programs in'
j f J The airman is a graduate of various markets for clients
_.WCO! .! :BEER-,FINE WINES ".i North Dade Seni or High School. located in North Carolina Middle Class Can

1lW1IIE .'K Jt SOUSED j ? { : tICApRYr'SI&OKED r I

I BAR B.Q 'RIBS, t ,:Y"' ::"=: : .3.! Spur Progress March
t : ,.a f1 evvrriV' :
l', ,.,-o eat. h ere' '-or"Jt"taQ out,,, ;,if" "- ':> \', ::.::.'.,"Th 1".""t-I.,.",""f,,,""'','" .' *!.,'.+:'I',.,,:!/!\ {l'jV>'.,',,';:,'. 'iii';;; sume roles of community.
X1.4***P5>.,r I 1\ > 'ri'1'' DETROIT- gMEET*-* ***?fr'1-* *'* ** * *'I.tt J IJPIi( rJl. .' t middle-class last week was leadership.
Segregation has been botha
urged to exercixe major reiponsibility -
a.n.FRIENDS AND MAKE NEW ONES Mrs. Victoria R. W.ebb. 'to.,Jamea WUlard Wilson, who for "the hard task restriction to Negro opportunity I
teacher and prominent citizen has business Brimmer and
vast holdings in said a
I of economic: and social: deve
of Dade County was married Evanston, Illinois. I lopment" within the Negro- "protective tariff behind which
Saturday afternoon July 24. The ceremony was performed I community. Andrew F. Brim- most. Negro professionals and
ax zuo Grant Avenue met, assistant secretary of businessmen have pursued
the home of the bride by Rev. their "
Commerce for Economic: Affairs careers.
Edward T. Graham pastor of
"Statistics show that most
made this appeal before
MU Zion Baptist Church. A Negro professionals work in
members of the Booker T.
reception followed the ceremony. all-Negro situations-in me
Washington Association. Asserting dicine education religionand
SOMETHINGNEW that the less-advan
The bride wore a two piece taged Negroes themselves and social work. These fields
lace pink suit with matching
most financially rewarding -
whites could in the
accessories. play a part
: Mrs. David II. the
he said. "However,
drive for and
equal opportunity
(Gussie) Dobbs was matronof
honor. Mr. Hubert H. Gill ability he said "I believe the future of the middle class as
constructed is -
presently uncertain
served as best man. Negro middle class will haveto and already there is
Out-of-town spearhead the drive."
the wedding were: ..... and Dimmer pointed out that evidence that desegregation
Mrs. J. C. Crowder; Mr. and the Negro middle class can has adversely affected Negro
school teachers and Negro-
Mrs. H. H. Hopson; Mrs. J. provide the stimulus of rising restaurants and hotels"
C. Parma and small son Donald expectations and the invest-
; Miss Evelyn Gamer- ments in time and effort necessary -
Atlanta. Ga. Miss Sarah Stith- to equip less-advan
Philadelphia. Pa. Mrs Hattie taged members.
OA.H Southern Bass-Evanston IlL He held that Negro businessmen TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
Mrs. Arthur R. McDonald-St. must make their own position CHURCH SUNDAY
Augustine Fla. secure in a changing
For their honeymoon the America before they can as-
Wilson left for Los Angeles
Calif., on Monday. Their
(formerly WMET) plans include a stay of two
weeks in Evanston ILL before 111
returning to Miami in

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday July 30, 1965 9'uIthy

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BY Mlle BOND MBELS New Mt. Zion Baptist Mt. Olivette; Paul Mel- Inside & o.t Paper Hanging
Church. Florida City, the bourne. Bethel. Nassau.
Rev. H. W. All Types of Home Repairs
HELLO FT. LAUDERDALE --- Moss pastor. Solo Division: Gwendo-
: We'd like to introduce was host to the 34th annual lyn Robinson. Mt Olivet; ADDITIONS: Roo., Patio Swimming Pool, New

to you your Junior Mr. Bond day School session and of BTU the Sun-Con- Barbara Zion Florence Taylor. New Mt. Windows and Storm Sit,".,..
; Carter,
Models. They are: Miss B.. gress of the Atlantic Bethel. .
Mrs. Jessie Skinner
Baker I Coast from July 14-18.
Miss Mary Kelly, Miss Edith From the welcome were delivered by messages the CALL JOHN HcARTHUR PL HItS
Bellamy, and Miss Lorraine .. program Tuesday evening Revs. M. E. Monroe. Ernest -
WI I 11011I.. .. to the closing, the assembly Williams. I. C. Mick- ORJ.T.JOIMSONG34B970
For a Beauty'Social(a free 'i '.".::':. '''' '' \:!.$
.... -.. .. ... was filled with Ins and Dr. H. W. Brown.
public Mt.service of -. Bond) .... .:';.Sr.. ,. .. interest and enthusiasm Alternating were the
by Charm a and< Poise Model, Facial, on ........:...:'".....\.:.'...... a were and at the their young best. people A.Revs.King J. and L. J.Johnson 1C. John-, J. WE GUARANTEE TO PLEASE

beauty. Wit-Hair-Care, at your home church or club, Three sessions were son. Music was rendered
call Miss Harrison at the salon: JA +0393. And in held daily with District by the Community
Miami call Miss Allen at 759-2482 Supt. Deacon C El Gib- Chorus. New Mt Zions : : ; "
son and President K. Choir. the junior choirs [; list liys .,h ToIiiOPEN ; : > ,"
Hello "New friends of Trottle of Mt. .w. '
Mr. Bond" Ft.Lauder- presiding. Courses Olivette and of
dale. Mrs. Thompson Mrs. Ida Edwards, Mrs. Walker were taught by the Rev. Bethel Nassau and No. 1
and Mrs. Whltely. I. C. Mickins. Mrs. I. G. of Temple.In SUNDAY 2-6 PJL cerE SEE
THIS WEEK IN MIAMI; our tills socialized Wilder the Rev. M. E. the contest Sunday
On Monday Susan Allen joined Mrs. Burns and Monroe Mrs. L. Levan morning. New Mt. Zion'sSunday
six of her lovely friends. and Rudolph Ojuna. School took first

On Thursday our own Blench Galloway emceeda torical The musical and ora- prize. Temple second and Gorgeous corner CBS. 2 bedroom IJi both, pins den,
contest Bethel. Nassau.
lovely social for fifty ladies Friday wasa
The fifty ladies Longshoreman'sHall. "special feature o"f the Scholarships were I dining room, carport patio appliances, air cond.,
the union! Models were: Susan Allen our. Frances fifty states White of, congress. In the Junior awarded to Claudia Hep- mall extras. To see this, is to wait it.
Erica Williams, 0111. Cha".. .. Division first prize went burn of Temple and Rudolph -
to Gale Sands of Orjuna of St James.
Mrs. Kelly had an outdoor tea with Bethel Lovely CBS 3 bedroom Fla
Models Susan Nassau; second to Peter The schools supported by large room, utility room,
Allen and Frances Ross. It was a most beautiful tea. Tucker of Mt. Olivette, the association were sent $12,000 total. $300 BOW.. No closing costs.
WINNER OF THE WIGLET: 01 lie Jean Bryant. and third to Cola Ed- generous contributions.
Mrs. Stark., Starkey's Beauty Salon Coconut: wards The
of Ebenezer. West Rev. Moss his congregation -
Grove is attending the State Board of Cosmetology Palm Beach. and the peopleof CBS Beauty, 2 bedroom. Fie rocej, carport swim pool
Seminar at the Deauville Hotel. This workshop brings Junior High Division: Homestead and Florida spriakler. $13,000 total. $300 down.
operators up-to-date with new ideas, methods and Charles Gibson. Mt. Oli City deserve the highest
techniques.Also vette first; Leanora Mims. commendation for the
in MIAMI we welcome these stylish ladiesto New Mt. Zion second; royal entertainment they 7 years aew. CBS Beoatv. Ho. a.d la COM. 2 bedroom .
our Mr. Bond Family: Mrs. Spoulding Mrs. L.Strachan. Pauline Moss. Temple. gave the delegation.Next X large kitchen, dining ,roost plus large efficiency .
Alice WillinghoM, Mrs. Gardner, Mrs. H. : third. year the congress apt. Garage, fenced. $14,000 total. $350 down.
Spivey, Georgia Mae BeaueMn, Mrs. Williams and Oration: Celestine Smith. will meet at Temple, MI-
Mrs. Stevens, wife of ROT. Stereos. Mt. Zion; Charles Gibson, ami.SURKORT.
KNOW YOU'LL BE THRILLEDCUT 3345 N.W.12th Ave, 2 bedroom, $1,000 down.
...,..- ........,... carport
OUT YOUR COUPON FOR THIS GRAND DRAWING "' 3101 N.W. 10th Ave. Daplex, newly painted $450
jiSit1DATINO. 2139 N.W. 87th" St. 2 bedroom
: many extras, $1,5000
,J; 'i..
this 0 down.
-iv": coupon at any :: \ ,
\"$ author iced Mr. Bond Wig i& )Pt' ; .:. '" :. ... 2163 N.W. 81st St. 4 bedroom, fenced, $1,000 dow.
t' Solon, the Miami Tines or .. ..,.,.. ,.,.,. _. _... ... Af1II". ; ,... ( 6" y ( 1765 N.W. 89th Terr. 3 bedroom, beauty>> $2.000 down.
,. the Hampton House. .. ti' ;.. .' \.,rl" '' '- ";tii/l ...... ,,,,,,,,. -' 1811 N.W. 87th St. 4 bedroom, bailHa kltc e..

,...W' 1880 H.W. 86th Terr. 3 bedroom, carport fenced.
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A wig styled and set by Mr. Bond
WigsA 8335 N.W. 22nd PI. 4 bedroom, 2 bath, fenced.
Sunday dinner and cocktails for two at the a1LL BE


A one year's subscription to the Miami Times ALSO VA AND FHA HOMES

'..L FROM ,$100 DOWN

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be to P.O.B. 9608 42 W ;ww1iA :. .7515551McNicholns
and remodeling .
All winners must ..present at the drawing to be held i4' : ". : ., .; "J.f. Y>f .... "..;,.< 1\\
at the Hampton House on August 27 at 9:30 p.-. All 1 Bedroom utilities Apt.$15 I NO DOWN PAYMENT


CALUKAYS COlIII EN"Special" 2 Bedroom Unfurn. $20 Flo room Kitchens
3 Bedroom Unfum. $22.50 Bedrooms Bathrooms
U you are a high school drop-out Coll Mickins Rental
between 16 and 22 and looking for a job this is the Agency N E 4-0500 Carports Garages 9 bedi.o.s,CBS with f la,eon$4S0d
message you've been waiting r<<. Next Saturday at Awninas Fences T.t.I prIca 313O. NA: < .
Northside Center, an all day recruiting drive |
Shopping OPA LOCKA AREA * *
will be held by the Economic Opportunity Program.
Hundreds of jobs and many different kinds of training 1 Bedroom, F IIrft. $20
are open to you. Drop over to the shopping center at 2 Bedroom, Furn. $24 NEWS REALTY, INC. j '
79th St. and N.W. 27th Ave. any time from 9 to 5. 1: Bedroom, Unfurn. $15 I (BUILDERS DIVISION) | Real Estate !
Remember: that's Saturday, July 31, at Northside. 2 Bedroom Unfurn. $18 ".
It might be your ticket to a weekly paycheck. Call Mickiis Rental 4740 N.W. 7TH AVENUE

WMBM was represented by handsome Clarence Agency 681.8213 A.g20 1 7927 N.W. 7TH AVE. BROKER PL 1-792
Taylor, the D.J. when he made a special appearanceat
A.C.Y.F.Action Club for Youth Fitness) Dance at -
Dixie Park last Saturday night. .

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We wish to sincerely thank each of you CORNER BEAUTYIII!!! Doable Lot. 3 bedioom CBS.

Pins swimming pool near 36th St. aad 17th Ave. N.W.
whose continuous priase of my divinely inspired OF
Convenient to shopping center schools bases. FHA

"HEAT TREAT" for helping it to be- Coil $500 dow. poymeat. Seller pays closing costs. u..o.USE HUNTING ? ? ?

come a part of a select chain. for appointment. -.

As of August 15, 1965, I will only handle ----
4 Bedroom CBS home. Large lot. FHA. Will be painted ,
500 to 1,000, "HEAT TREATS" per year. in and .,t. Only $250 down payment. Seller pays m R,ou HOW ? ? ?

Again, thanks, to you for your patience and closing cost. Drive by 15750 N.W. 18th Place. Opalocka. DO. ,

patronage. Then call ns. IT'S EASY

I am with Hemility. A REAL BARGAIN!!! 3 bedroom CBS I.... Hardwood | ,JUST BlAL>: 757-5724c

Gratefully years, floors.,Very large I.t with plenty frait trees. Fenced

O'C... T. Clerk, Creative Engineer in. FHA terms. Price $11,500. Only $250 down. Seller WE HAVE MANY

pays closing cost. Location 1871 N.W. 87th St. 2 S -.' BEDROOM. ALL CBS

Open Sonday 1-6 ,... Don't miss this wonderfel deal.


FATHERINTRODUCING A Nice 2 bedroom CBS.Hardwood floors,carport FHA 1770 .... 8tTH STREET

I MYSTICALLY terms. Clean Ito... Location 1863 N.W. 88th Terr.
ENJEUA MESSIAS NOMINE: AMEN Open 14 p... s..d.,.

ADON DAVID We lave a home for ,"I! We have foend many homes / N.W."87TH STREET

SPIRITUAL ADVISOR for oar happy bwyen-So why not for yea? Look at ,

these homes-342 N.W. 43rd St., 2480 N.W. 88th St. &
3420 OAK AVENUE COCONUT GROVE 2172 N.W. 47th Terr. A real bargain at 7500. All AETNA REALTYBROKER

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10 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July -30, 1965TRANSFIGURATION __ I

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Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pasta I' Rev. Oscar West, pastor
f I/ Sis. Ruby Lee Carr, reporterWe iiC

the members of Friend,, On last Sunday the church : Fir a J1JJ t tThe
celebrated its 7th Anniversary. ,
ship wish to extend our profound _._ _. _
With a short time of .. men are the presidents viWomen's me
gratitude to those th at campaign to raise $357. '
planning, a program was Teoand Auxiliaries, Mrs. An-
contributed spiritually 000 for the benefit of Florida
tiered that will long be remembered nie Brigham, Mrs, Susie C. TEMPLE BAPTIST
financially towards the sue Memorial College here has gotten
J" by everyone who Holley and Mrs. Hannah B. Rev. L. A. Thompson
,cess of our pastor's second under way with a series of
attended. Special thanks to Miller. A volunteer committee pastorMen's
anniversary. Special thank
planning conferences I
Episcopal) our guests Sis. Chatman, Sis. area organized to help carry out the
( observanceon
to Rev. Paul Freeman and scheduled in all puts of the Day
Rosetta Ellis and their friends.
Father Elisha S. Clark Jr. campaign is chaired by the
Sunday was quite a
Zion Hope who conducteisuch d Our pastor preached out of aiMie, according to an announcement
Vicar Rev. C. B. Bailev. with
an elating service n released by the success, spiritually and
Sunday, Aug.- 1 we will begin his soul, the theme, "A Good Rev. Mac James Williams as The
and President R. W. financially. messageof
Sunda of
Friday night, on *; office FMC
Our Patronal Festival Celebration Time to Think About God. secretary. the. Rev. L. E. Dean
with our Festival Mus evening our pastor was privileged j- During his sermon, many facts Puryear. Sparking the drive to aid and Impressive
challenging -
to have his bom* Purpose of area meetings,, was
ical at 5 P.m. at the church. were given .one in parti- Memorial is specla
church to climax his anniver ,Jwt attended by leaders of the col Florida a *;: and was well
Mrs. John E. Culmer, mistress cutar was ''.vith man {in a con ; task force from the Board of received. Chairman Ed.
easy Re*. C. H. Smith and r: lege s three constituent stat
fused state o"man, man has Education of the American Baptist
' ceremonies Arthur Evans alumni Thompson co-chairman
of ; Jordon Grove. He seemed t 0 Baptist conventions,
God's for
accompanist. Some of our Par. be and said he was very enthused forgotten purpose and friends, was to lay plan Convention whose head R. Hepburn, along with

ticipants and hostesses are as the blessednel 'making him. Man is trying to for the fund-raising drive. Re quarters is in Valley Forge,>. the pastor and members
over reach the moon." Pa. Dr. Paul C. Carter, director -wish to thank their
follows Occasion, Mr. James ,
: encompassed in his ports on initial pro areas will be
rTho evening "The
message lations plannedthe
of public friends for the fine co-
of church
Lucas: instrumental, made at a gathering
Available Christ" was dele -
sary.We from all the drive with the assistance operation. Special thanks
and reading soloists The' over state.,
Arir.brister Brothers: Sharon 1 I are hoping that th livered by Rev. Hick, an as- to be held on Campus Aug. S. of Dr. Warren Mild, director ofs to the male chorus of St.Mary's .
pastor will deliver both sermons sot:sate minister of Corinth of Collegiate
the department '' W M. Church,
Clark the Church's Choir the statewideeffort
: ::: Sunday. Please Heading up
on cora Valdez Murray Paulette Bar as co-chairmen are the:I
and have your faith lifted an d blessing us spiritually and
lett and Allison Clark. Mrs I. Rev. J. A. F. Finlayson, General to carry it out are Parki : of Mt. Olivette Baptist
your belief confirmed. Re:eo financially. Sunday's total: Rushford director of special 1 Church, Deacon Fred
Jevi Johnson, Mrs. S. A. 'COD ri State Baptist Conventior1Rev. I, ,
member if
sin, Mrs. Cynthia Bethel, Mrs. track you you will are get on run 6if[J $159.22 A. M. Parker, M&E State" services, and Morto.i Work. Ferguson of New Mt.
Baptism Sunday morning at area representatives. Zion. Homestead; Alfredi
Minnie Dismucke, Mrs. Al- Baptist Convention and Rev.
phonso Burnside and Mrs. you just sit there. 8 at Virginia Beach. Pleases J. C. Sams, Progressive State The planning conference i Dean of St. Agnes, V.

Samuel Harrisn. We are asking your make it a must and attend. Baptist Convention. Miami will be held today wi thHome.I of Bain's Funeral
for sick shut-ins.
The Lord's will .. Rev. Samuel Collier and .
Monday, August 2, Bead I Supper Acting as associate chair
Party.. Buses will leave the ALLEN CHAPEL A.M.E. only be given at the evening Susie C. Holley, co-chairmen. Charles Ambrose director -
service. of choir No. 2 and
church at 11 a.m.: Tuesday,'
August S Eve of the Transfiguration Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor You are always welcome president of the male

Solemn Evensong; at the "Growing Church for a ST. JAMES AME NEW PROVIDENCERev chorus was the man honored -
j The pastor will bring the Coming Christ." by the Silent Work-
with Benediction of the Blessed Rev. J. B. Blacknell.
Sacrament, 8 p.m.: Friday, morning message followed fej M. T. Hopkins, reporter. C. J. Burney, pastor ers. The cash presentation -
Communion. Choir Sis Claudia Wilson was: made by Bro. A.
Holy reporter
August 6, the Feast of the I onus 1s Bert Cooper reporterOn
and the Junior Gospel Ch ; The Young Women and Nottage In a very hUm-
Transfiguration, Solemn Song'; will render music.At SALTERS CHAPEL A.M.E. the fourth Sunday Young Matrons Auxiliary will orous way.Banging.

Mass and procession, 7 p.m. 6:30 p.m., A.C.E. Las I in August, for St. James sponsor their annual tea, Aug. from the hig-
and at 10 the Annual Mid Rev. II. J. Benson
p.m. pastor It will be like
Dance the ,,1: gars, Bro. R. Carter president t return 8 from' 4 to 6 {in the dining est amount down the
at Biscayne
summer Flossie Marshall, reporter of the Prodigal Son. who
presiding. room. Mrs. Lucille Moore will captains reported
Terrace Starlight Room, Biscayne At the evening worship, the The Sunday School Convention That's when St. Jamesltesand be the guest speaker. were: Deacon Reubln
Terrace Hotel. Donation their
pastor will again be heard followed many friends Prayer ervice for the revival Hepburn Deacon Alfred
$100. Sunday, Aug. 8, Solemn at Clewiston, Fla., was will "return home." Home
Dean, Bro. Norris
by Communion services,. meeting will begin Aug. Light-
Sung Mass ans Srrmon with( a success.Next year it will be to a beautiful church.
Last Sunday, the 3rd Quarterly *. at Belleglade. 2 through 6. Preaching ser bourne Deacon Prince
Our presiding The
ession immedi souvenir
10:45 -
pro a.m., program Hepburn, Bro. Stafford
conference held I vices will begin thru
was elder Rev. J. B. Blake and ely followndg will be a Fel and others connected Bain.
lowship dinner, $1.25. The| in the absence of the pros 1* his wife, the first lady of the. ] are now assembling 20. : ev. W.M. Boyd of Albany First

public is invited to all of our ding elder Dr. J. A. Roberts. West Miami District made :material for the printer. Ga., 1,, ivallst. You are in- will Sunday services
be usual.
The pastor, Rev. Curry -. vited. Please remember as The
services and activities. We presided everyone so welcome and at If you haven't gotten In the choirs will sing Jointly.

will look forward tor seeing, over the session. All I home. The pastor Rev. H, J. i your complimentary ad sick. The contest being spon-
boards made a wonderful r Benson and delegates; Mr. or patron greeting
you. you sored by the No. 2 choir
The Episcopal Young ,port. Rev. Crowell, assistant l Earl Glenn, Mrs. Annie Gun- had better hurry and see McGHANEY SPEAKS Mrs. M. Hall, president;

Churchmen will sponsor a.carwash :' pastor of St. Paul AJU.E., ter, Misses Muriel Ward, Sea ;about lt.j'You would want; will come to a close on

and sale at the churchon brought the evening message:t.nice Ward Christine Began to be Included In this fine Are we making prayer our Sunday Aug. 8 with a

Saturday, August 7. Please inThe second Sunday mornini r Kristin Robinson; Masters booklet, something to constant source of strenghth spicy program.
a Pew Rally will be cherish I can truly say that if we
bring your car and get a first I t Louis Allen, Joseph Davis, cation long after dedi leave all cares of the world

class wash. Just $1.00. held.Friends and Orien Adams returned ceremonies.
The Julyltes In for a while each day and go
always welcome their
The Mid-summer Dance are Sunday evening from the con-
tickets and table reservations I to worship at AllenChapel I venti on. Caldendar Rally effort in a quiet place and have a METROPOLITAN A.M.E.

"The Church with a towards the building fund little talk with Jesus we will
Last Sunday was a tremen-
please call Ebenezer Edwards, Salters Chapel presented a
I (came through with find that things are not always
welcome and a program for the well flyIng for the of
hairm8J1.621-7206 or JulieS. prepared report on "At dous success youth
colors. as hard seeml
These as they I have
Clarke, 681-3393. See you what age should one quit attending icated Metropolitan. During the morning -
men and women and also read that Jesus
during our festival. MT. CALVERY Sunday School. On through sales and what never fail and I also believe service, Miss Barbara

U.B. Sunday, Salter was in charge not raised a whopping that it is He that tnaketh all Thompson was in charge.

Rev. S. Atchison, pastor of the 11 a.m. service. The |$2,146 and change! things work tohether for good Mrs. Doris Cline, instructor at
Ar { pastor delivered Horace Mann Jr. High Schoolwas
a powerful
Constance Carter, reporter This amount gives the to them that love God. If you
sermon. The choir sang beau- 'other "ites" a target to want to be haoov and have guest speaker. Her address -

; 1 | Baptismal Service will be tifully.Tho citizens of Clewiston !shoot at. peace of mind, just try helpin was taken from Eccle-

( I were hospitable Mrs. Mary everyday, seiastes, "Remember Thy
I"' I conducted on Sunday morning. very to Jenkins someone And remember -
August 1 at 9. 1 the delight of our presiding long time member went that he who giveth to th creator in the days of thy

\ '," Revival services will begin elder Rev. J. B. Blake. 'under surgery on Wednesday poor, lendeth to the Lord.Please eyouth.. ."

t on Monday, August 2 and I morning. She's at don't forget to go to It was a very interesting
HMMMMMMMMMMMMMMI HB BVMBMI* Jackson, room 665 Central and inspiring address. The
will continue through Friday church on Sunday. Don't try,

August 6. Rev. O. W. Phillipsof IT. CAlllEL loB. building. just go. So until next week, youth Choir furnished ye

Ft. Lauderdale will be our if God's will, thanks and God music for the day.

evangelist. Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor NEW MACEDONIARev. bless you all.Doily The invitation for new

Everyone is invited to come members was extended by our

out, prepared to win souls for The, No. 2 Choir had a ; Roscoe Jackson, pastor pastor. There were many visl-

Christ. wonderful anniversary. They Willie J. Beard, reporter Vacation itors at both services.At .
_wish to thank the various

i choirs for their splendid co- The Youth Department and 3 p.m. on last Sunday

operation.We directresses wish to take this Bible School at Usher Boards one and two

are looking forward to a I opportunity tothank each and held their anniversary. TheP

great revival. Prayer meeting I everyone who supported themon fcston and his congregation

.4r will begin on Monday night I their Third Annual Youth Mt. Olivette wree guests and he delivereda

Come and let all of us pray very inspiring The
Chairman together. Let's get the fire Day.Special thanks to the morning Daily Vacation Bible amount raised by the ushers

burning, a'o when the man of speaker Miss Joyce School will begin at the was $219.

MT. HERMON MEN RAISE God comes to us we will have I Chambliss, whose topic was Mt. Olivette BaptistChurch On Sunday evening Miss

1 our coals hot and ready. "Obedience With Key to Suc 1450 NW FirstCourt Betty Barkley was in charge
$3,500 8TH ANNUAL Preaching will begin MooI I cess" and to the evening Aug. 2 at 9 a.m. of services.

MEN'S DAY DRIVES day night Aug. 9. Come and I speaker, Miss Gwendolyn Shelley and will continue each day The youth presented a play.

hear this great man of God, I who spoke on "Youth Accepting Monday through Friday let entitled, "Adam and Eve."
The men of'Mt. Hermon, 5M I Rev. K. W. Rogers of South I the Responsibility of 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. until Laura Williams recited the

Opa-Locka, Rev. S. L. Gay Miami. ]Doing In Place of their In Aug. 13.During. Criation and many other youths

pastor, were really on parade Visitors are always wel- ,tentions. Both of these young the Bible School either sang or recited. Many

Sunday. come. Remember the sick and 1 ladies were superb. period the children will thanks to Mrs. Fraud Wil-

The morning speaker Rev., shut-ins, also those who have The anniversary of Choiro. be able to participate In lisams, Mrs. Mildred Whitehead -

T. E. Wright gave a very inspiring i lost some of their loved ones. I 1 will be held on the second Inspirational services and and Mrs. Mildred Thompson -

sermon. The theme for In purposeful worshop. The for their untiring work to
4 Sunday next month.August
the children will also be
day "Show
Thyself to
DAY SPRING BAPTIST I 8, 1965.) help our young people to success
be a Man." This is exactly taught from the

what the did. BROTHER G. THOMAS Rev. Slater Bible and participate Ian n The
men CoChairmanside W. pastor grand total for the day

Dinner was served at 3 Naomi Amica, reporterWe ST. MARK BAPTIST activity period. was $735.42 for which we are

p.m. It was enjoyed immense of the day all boards The activity period will very thankful and grateful to

ly by everyone. clubs mads i reports to respective We are very proud of our Rev. C. W. Wade, pastor provide the children an God. Many thanks to each and

The afternoon serviceswere { chairman and co-chair Junior Choir and Usherboard.The Mrs. 0. M. Howell, reporter opportunity to paint,I everyone who helped to make
draw make
conducted by St. James man.The choir sang from the<**pths Our sincere thanks to Rev. leather art. sew posters.etc. do this day s success.

A.M.E. Church. The speaker new Mr. Mt. Hermon is their souls. The ushers performed Cleo Albury and many friends Mrs. Rosa Rushing We are looj inl forward to

Rev. J. B. Blacknell brought Mr. Tom Baker who raised the wonderfully. We should who made our pastor's. 3rd Anniversary assistant superintendentof having another glorious time

another inspiring sermon in highest amount. However, Mr. encourage our youth more because I a success. the Sunday School will on the first Sunday.

words and songs with his harmonious Grover Thomas was very close they are the young. men the be the Bible School ; All members will be com-
and women of tomorrow. During morning servicesthe prln-
choirs.A in the
The contest. Our revival will start In text, was taken from II Cor clpal. Rev. I. C. Mick{n muned at both morning and
panel discussion closed pastor would like to evening services.
August. Prayer meeting starts I'6th Chapter, M1 verse. Theme Is pastor.

.the activities. Ronald Smith take this opportunity to thank]
.. - on the 2nd of August. Preaching i : Laborina together. with. .
introduced the panel members. an persons wno participated in starts on August 9. The God ------ -

They were: John Lee, James any way. Rev. J. E. Phillip of Ft. Lau- Next we will observe our

and Richard We are truly satisfied that ..;...,. .
Fayson Dunn. The derdale in charge. Come out Woman's Day Program,Aug. 23. ; ( i'" .'+>t > :

topic was "The Role of the this was the greatest. Men's and hear this great man of God. An extended invitation goes '. QT rn J <, 'B1'

(Male in Today's Society." Day ever. Pray for the sick and shut- out to you to come and worship .. j ... .
To complete the financial James L. Gay, reporter. ins. with( us at anytime. .


THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 30, 1965 11

-. Carver YMCA ActivitiesCamp
# : ,.. ,
.1" ft'.v';; ;: .. .!
.' deadline approaching. supper at 5 p.m. A campfire
S HV'' 1 : B M' ;,; .' will be held before
...... While the Carver period of Re- program
rf);. ,. . sidence Camping is not until bedding down. The boys will
August 22,it is absolutely ne- breakfast at the Y before be-

cessary for all prospective ing sent home on Saturday
campers to register during the morning. All cabin counsellorsand
next week. Registration is required camp staff will be in
in order that adequate attendance to get acquaintedwith
.tr ? 4 staff can be secured, trans- the campers.
portation arranged for and Any campers from other
I physical examinations taken years who wish to attend this

care of. All campers must overnight period should register -
have a complete physical ex- by August 7. There will bea
amination prior to going to fee for all except -
f agat. camp. This will be done as the registered campers for
soon as we know how many to this year.
prepare for. The camp administrativestaff
The previously announced consisting of Jefford

deadline for registration, Sat- Smith Sgt. Leroy Smith, Al
urday, July 31 cannot be ex- fred Scott and Oscar Edwards,
tended more than three or four Jr., will make a one day tour

days. We are not requiring full of the camp site on Saturday,
payment at that time, but at July 31. They will be accom-
least $*5 to hold a place in the pained by Sanford J. Ramsey,
executive secretary and Rich-
camp.All .cookies sales shouldbe ard Good, associate general
L z reported OQ the original secretary of the Metropolitan
deadline. All unsold cookies Association.
must be returned or paid for by
July 31. Twenty-one of the 32

registered campers are selling Be a Wise Bird
cookies to help defray part of
... ateSTABS _. .
-- the camp fee. Two boys, Wil- Please give blood at
liam Francis and Gregory Mc- Christian Hospital. 4700
KEEP MISTER IN DRIVER SEATMr. Cloud have earned the total fee NW 32nd Ave.. Saturday
Frank Edelen Buick Miami.
Co., 1201 N.E. 2nd Ave., by cookie sales. August 7. The Mobile
Willie Anderson, the Jehovah's Witness Sou Mr. Hugo Boetius of Miami spearheaded the taskof There will be two overnight Unit will be on the prem-

them District Supervisor will not have to give up his collecting the necessary stamps, with the help of camps for those attending the ises from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
important work of preaching for lack of transportation.The Merchants Green Group Savings. It took approximatelyeight Lake Placid Camp. The firstis Five dollar bills will be
scheduled for Friday, Au- given the first 10 donors
devoted in southern
congregations seven months and he was happy to the last sticky
say gust 13. Campers will report Please be one of the first
states including Florida and Georgia, collected stamp was pasted and the Buick Electra was ready to with bed rolls for a cookout 100 donors.wootwoRTH'S.

3,091,500 Merchants Green Stamps and presented Mr. roll. Needless to say, Mr. Anderson is in the driver'sseat.

Anderson with a new 1965 Buick Electra, July 19, atBin .

and Around the BahamasThe King LeadsThousands

body of Charles Henry Town, Cat Island, Cockbum on
ollison, a Jamaican, was Town, San Salvador; Dead-
und in Nassau Harbor Satur- man's Cay, Long Island; Colonel -
lay morning, June 26. The 41- Hill, Crooked Island; Chicago MarchThousands

ear-old man was a waiter one Pirate's Well,Mayaguana; Mat- of civil rights ,c ';
cruise liner Yarmouth Cas- hew Town, Inagua; the Bluff, demonstrators, led by Dr
e. No foul play was sus- Governor's Harbor and Rock Martin Luther King, marched
ected. The police are in- Sound, Eleuthera; Marsh Harbor through Chicago's traffic-
estigating. Abaco; Nicolls Town, jammed Loop Monday at the
Calabash Bay, Mangrove Cay height of the evening rush.
Miss Iris Bethel, 50, diedn and Kemp's Bay,Andros Alice The singing, sign-carrying
| her sleep on June 27 at the Town, Bimini and Wes't End, marchers fanned from curb to

home of her parents, Mr. and Grand Bahamas.The curb on streets lined with
1rs. Martinas Bethel in Augusta Bahamas Junior Cer- shoppers and tourists. At
Street.She was employed tivicate examinations will be times the columns stretched
ith the Ministry of Works for held next month. Outside supervisors 'through eight downtown blocksof 100,000
((15 years. Other survivors besides have been appointedby the second largest city of
her parents are two the Ministry of Education.the U. S. A.
rothers, Ogden and Fosternd for each of the centers to en- King said the Negro and L.P. ALBUMS
two sisters, Mrs. Doris sure impartiality. white demonstrators made the
parvtlle and Mrs. Jack Gra- trek from downtown Grant Parkto
am. Tony Seymour, Bahamian City Hall to plead for an REDUCED TO
M. recording star, has been a- end to "racism and exploi .
Ground-breaking ceremones warded a golden record by the tation" of the Negro of Chica- ONE LOW PRICE
were held June 25 for the American Distributors of Carib
construction of new administrative Records. The golden disc was go.The demonstrators demanded VALUESTO
building and welfare given for his successful re- specificially the dismissalof Hi Fi and Stereo 5.98
[enter of the Salvation Armyn cording of "Pretty Blue Dr. Benjamin C. Willis as
Mackey St. Sir Roland Sy- Eyes", which has made a hit. Chicago superintendent ofschools

onette, Premier of the Bahamas The 19-year-old leader of CAMDEN CAPITOL DECCA MERCURY MGM
officiated and unvieled the Nighteaters, and his
plaque commemorating the group, are appearing currentlyat Wilson Named
(entenary of the Salvation Foster's Banana Boat, one -
\rmy. of the popular nightspots in
Nassau. The Miami Distri Atty. GeneralContinued DISNEYLAND LIBERTY! PHILLIPS

Thirty-three students received butors of Carib Records is reported
school diplomas and as saying "Pretty ( from page 1)
|13 received the University of Blue Eyes" is the most popular in Pensacola since graduatingfrom
ambridge Certificates of record in the Caribbean. Howard University. He is
ducation at St. John's College the father of three children. I > 'A
[ on July 2. Some of the Ronald Knowles was found Active throughout the northern -
raduates received prizes for dead at West Erid, Grand Ba part of the state as a civil

roficiency in various sub- hamas, July 1. lie is believedto rights ,lawyer, he has also
cc ts. have died in his sleep. The served as a member of the
body was sent to Nassau for board of directors of the Es-
Roosevelt Alexander Hep- post mortem. cambia County Community Ac- 7
urn, 33, laborer, of Myrton .s tion Committee. He has been T1i4 \

Ave, and Farrington Road,was Miss Leonora McNeal, 83, active in litigation pertinentto
charged in the Magistrate sister of the late Hon. A. F. the desegregation of bus

Court on July 2 with the murder Adderley, died on July 9 at lines in the city of Mobile, ;; Perry Como s _
of Street home. She Ala., desegregation of the Mobile
| Rudolph Sears whose her Augusta Glenn Miller
body was found in a pool of was an aunt of Dr. Francis Alabama Trade School r?
blood on Augusta St. the day Add; rley and Mr. Paul Ad and desegregation of thePensa. Hank Snow ;
|before. derley, M.H.A. cola Municipal Golf Course Floyd Cramer
Sears and the subsequent desegregation -
a 23-year-old auto Jim Reeves '
[mechanic, is survived by his Major Wensel V. Granger of all club facilities.
mother, Mrs. Merlene Sears, M.B.E., formerly Deputy Com- A past president of the >, Eddie Fisher
Police and now Southwest Bar Association.t- Chat Atkins
lone sister, Mrs. Cynthia Ro missioner of ':
berts, his grandparents, Mr. Chief Immigration Officer was torney Wilson has been adn it- Living Strings E EY
land Mrs. Matthew Bethel of named by the Governor on ted before the Supreme Courtof -.i:
of the state of Washington. In K Ella Fitzgerald
New Commandant
( Bight, Cat Island, and June 28 first
other relatives. the Volunteer Police Force of dition to serving as presidentof AI Hirt
S the Bahamas. Sir Ralph Grey the Floriga A&M University Stan Getz
Seven-year-old "who are able- General Alumni Association,
Christopher urged men
Culmer died character"to Atty. Wilson is legal advisor to
at Princess Margaret bodied and of good
Hospital on July 2 as volunteer for service in the many civil rights organizationsin David Ross
I the result of a traffic acci- Reserve. the Pensacola area. ; Judy Garlands
dent. six-year-old Bradley Major Granger is the first Both Atty. Wilson and Atty. Roy Acuf7'i.
Wallace Bahamian of color to be 'promoted Bolton, a retired Navy com-
was a traffic fatality
[the day before. Culmer report- to that rank in the police mander and native of New ". and, Louis,
will have offices in the
edly Connie & Hank
from the side of a department. new State Building in Talla

truck and the back wheel ran hassee. Bolton, who receivedhis
over down him. Sears was knocked law degree from Columbia o USE OUR FREE LAYAWAY
by a car driven by police
University, served as an
|constable Ezra Flowers. rSUPPJR T, ney for the United States Sen- Available in Miami, Miami Beach, Coral Gables,

t The Ministry of Education, a "f, sF f-' ate in export control and pat- Perrine, Homestead, Hell/wood j and West Hollywood
i ln an effort to extend educational : .t r R'? em invest igation hearings. He
opportunities to more ... :rO .J also represent cthe nation as
children on the' Out Island, ,I chief prosecutor at the Japa- toot Mowrr wotm MOM AT WOOLWORTH'S4k
has opened examination YMCJt nese War crime trials. The
at the following places: 4 ,;;J..... .. ,1 Caucasian naval commander
Georgetown 11 retired from the Navy in 1964.
Exuma; Arthur's



12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 30, 19 5I'

MISS VIVIAN FRAN- JOHN S. HAMILTON, Mrs. Pearline J. Jacksonof
CIS of 1821 NW 49th St.. 395 Clinton Ave., apt. 212, 20601 N.W. 28th Ave. in

1 13 year-old daughter of Brooklyn, died July 21. Carol City died July 23 at
Mr and Mrs. Oscar L. Mr. Hamilton was a resi- Jackson Memorial Hosptlal.

Francis met an untimely dent of this communityfor Funeral ,services were held
death at her home July before
many years
Wednesday, July 28, 1 p.m. at
survivors Include Isis
23. Other going to New York.
the House of God Miracle Re-
her grand parents, mother, Mrs. Rosalie Baker -
. IN MEMORIAM CARDOFTHANKS IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Lepnna Anderson and McCants, step father, vival Fellowship Holliness
Ch'urc h in W. Hollywood with
\ Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel two daughters son, two
In sad but loving memory The family of the late sad but loving memoryof Washington; three, brothers grandchildren, aunt, Mrs. Elder John Lee Wilson,pastor

of our dear mother, grand DANIEL ANDERSONwish __m_our_____mother______ __& __ ; a sister Claudette; 2 Addle Harvin survive. officiating. Survivors include
'mother and sister, to thank the many aunts, Vivian Norman Services conducted Tues- 6 sons; Bozzie Lee,Willie B.,

friends and neighborsfor and Corine Green; three day from St. Luke Baptist Elijah, Charles, James and
kindness during their uncles. Nathaniel and Church, Rev. P. W Thomas; 2 daughters; Mrs.
bereavement, for you r Ralph Washington and Williams officiated. Inez Miller and Mrs. Ruby D.
cards, floral pieces and Ruben Johnson, also oth- Linton; 1 brother; Mr. JamesA.

donations. er relatives. Services held CHARLES GRAY, 2021 Revis; 43 grandchildren;
Special thanks to Bro. Monday at St. Paul AME NW 65th St. apt. 5 died 11 greatgrand children and a

Thompson and membersof n Church. July 23. Remains were host of other relatives and
a the congregations that shipped to Vidalia Ga. friends.
attended. Many thanks to LOUIS PORTLOCK Jr. for final rites. Survivorsare

the Range Funeral Home of 14381 Lincoln Blvd. wife Ruby, three Mrs. Florida C. Butler of
for its kindness and hospitality Richmond Heights, died daughters, mother three 152 N.W. 8th Street died July

shown during our k k after a short Illness. Mr. sisters a grandson. 25 at Jackson Hospital. Funeral
time of sorrow. Portlock a well known service will be held

Mrs. Tena Anderson, citizen was District Man- WILLIE JAMES JESS Saturday July 31, 1 p.m. at
wife ager of the Atlanta Life 778 NW 42nd St. died July Ebenezer Methodist Church

I Insurance Co. He is sur- 21. Remains were sent to with Rev. Aaron D. Hall, pas
IN MEMORIAMIn i s'4 vived by his wife. Bloom- Camilla, Ga. for final tor officiating. Remains wiu
ing, a daughter Dorothy; rites. Survivors are his repose in the chapel beginning
loving memory of his parents Rev. and father, two brothers, two 1 p.m. Friday until funeral
our beloved one who departed !R k' Mrs. Louis Henry Port- sisters. time Saturday afternoon. Sur

this life July 27 lock; his mother-in-law, Infant Delphine Yvonne vivors include 1 son; Charles
Louise Donathan; Watkins, 1461 NW 5th
1959. Li T"1 Mrs. Ct. Butler; niece; Mrs. Thelma
-..-,, a brother, Carver. He will died July 21. Sevlces con- Jackson and several other
k be remembered as an ardent ducted Saturday. Survivors
relatives and friends.
MRS. ELSADA D. McCLOUDwho U. J FRANKIE McMATHwho worker with many are mother father,

>a wM' passed on July 21, 1964. civic goups in this area three brothers and three
passed to her eternal rest ... .. Mrs. Ethel Mae Tucker of
a- much. in this area.
We miss civic sisters.
July 29, 1958. ;. ...,',.. you so very Trinity groups CME Church at 322 N.W. 14th Terrace died
Gone but ..-.' s"" 1 McMath July 25 at Jackson Hospital.
not forgotten. May 4111I,. .i 'jI / The FamilyIN 1 p.m. Mrs. Adel Owens, 16015
she rest in peace. ,",' Funeral services will be held
'. ,1W NW 22nd Ct., died July
The McCloud Family li"9'4WILLIAM 20. Services conducted Saturday July 31, 2 p.m. at
,;; MEMORIAMIn WILSON IRVING of Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church
Itl t Monday from Greater
4624 NW 31st Court diedat with
Rev. S. A. Cousin, pas
IN MEMORIAMIn memory of our dear his home July 22. He Isreal Bethel Baptist tor officiating. Remains will
mother and grandmother. had lived in Miami for Church, Rev. P. D. Brant-
repose in the chapel beginning
loving memory of the 35 years. He is survivedby ley officiated. Survivorsare 2 p.m. Friday until funeral
stepmother, three
late Mrs. Jessie Tisby; a
time Saturday. Survivors include
Irving a sons, Perry, George, Wil-
REV. E. P. BROWN brother. Perry ,
her husband Howard
liam Kilpatrick Jr., two ;
father James
who departed this life July step Tucker uncle Mr. Bos
Y Wright an aunt, Mrs. daughters, Florence and ; ; Shady
31, 1961. E ; Ida Owens. field and a host of other relatives *
r Edna Williams several .
Gone but not forgotten, still -' .-- and friends.
lives in the hearts of men and -- nephews and a niece. CA RD"OF THANKSWe
CASH Services held Thursday at

women. May he rest In peace 1 p.m. at Antioch baptist the family of the late CARD OF THANKS ,

Mrs. Earlie B. Keaton and light perpetual shine Church. Henry and Oilleta Strachan of

And Bereaved Family upon him. 1213 N.W. 68th Terr., wish to The family of the late r

Mrs. Ruth Cash and HARRY BERNARD thank everyone during their MRS. HORTENSE CLARK 1
ChildrenIN WEST of 2915 NW 63rd bereavement. f
IN MEMORIAMIn I St., died as a result of an Special thanks to the Range who passed on June 19, wishto

accident July 22 in Fort Funeral Home, Rev. Mickinsof thank all of their neighbors (
loving memory of MEMORIAMIn l V I Lauderdale. He is sur- Mt. Olivette Baptist Church and friends for their help ,and f
my beloved husband. : ( vived by his wife, Doro. and the neighbors of 68th Terr. sympathy during the death of

loving memory of our \ thy; eight children four The FamilyIN their loved one.

l dear mother and wife > t boys and four girls; a Mrs. Louise Long
1 sister, two brothers. Services MEMORIAMIn
.I And Family
..rr& held Thursday in
? of
< 1' the loving memory
chapel. our dear husband and

Q." .' ,.,,'. ->?--" ':<'It'I.' father, SUPPORT'

160 NW 7th St. passed known Joe) f
( as .YOUR
away July 24 at her who departed this life
SMITH home. She is survived by
1963. Gone but
who departed this life Mrs. Dorothy Taylor of "' :
not forgotten. S
t July 26, 196," St. Augustine and other Wallace and
When one we loved has relatives and friends. Ser-

passed and gone, vices are incomplete at Family i}
ems F From earthly sight this time. 1 .
We know the spirit still r
lives on ftaorml JJarlt
In God's love and light MRS. IRENE PHILLIPS
Betty Bruce and John of 1235 NW 66th St. t

1 McCartney, passed away JUly 26. Sheis HAS Preferment plots of 8 grave spaces or less
Mrs. Sheila Hagan and survived by her hus-
PERCY G. WILLIAMS ROSETTA SULLIVAN Family hand James Phillips; 8 ALSO -Immediate I single grave Ipac.lnter..nt

who departed this life,,, who departed this life July Ivan McCartney and children; six girls and Boxes and vault permitted (

August 1, 1958. 21, 1963.W. Family two boys her parents We are not full and we are still doing business f
Seven sad and lonely Cleveland McCartneyand Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
years life has been so S. Sullivan, husband Family Smith: two sisters. Eddie Open six days a week to serve you

empty without you. Ruby Lilly, Doris Williams Charles McCartneyand Mae Sample and Precious Gates open 7 days for your convenience
There is at t And family McNeal, uncle and aunts
an open gate Family STREET NE 4-4197
3801 NW 4STH
father. Services
the end of the road William McCartneyand
Through which each must t IN MEMORIAMIn Family Saturday 4 p.m. at New E. Johnson Mona ** Hem phon i OX 1.9199

go alone Yorick Smith Jr. Providence M. B. Church
sad but ,.
loving memory -
And there Is
a light we!
cannot of my dear husband and father IN I MEMORIAM
see. Yv 1o
Our Father claims his SAMUEL J. LILLY, II (
IN MEMORIAMIn In loving memory of our be- e.w bk
own.I who departed this life July ,.loved sister. wA r
still love you. 24, 1962. memory of my loving
Lois R. Williams widowIN ,
husband and our father ,. I IOrr
Ruby Lilly,
Sons and Family ,

loving memory ot f IN MEMORIAM
9 $
our beloved mother, In loving memory of our SA i L

r 'II_ I" ., ,
\> > I dear loved one and father,



1 Mt ;. > To know that we are here '

A twenty-four hours a day

n'eW. Y. to help you -with emergency I

66 ambulance service
B. and with funeral facilities
who departed this life July
? 29, 1954. f \77 can be comforting.
The King shall come when
morning dawns $ 1g '-"V

i FRED HOPKINS And light triumphant breaks;
7 'I who departed this life July When beauty guilds the eastern "My Father in Heaven, help

l( 28, 1964. OLIVER BURGERwho hills \9 me never to forget Thy love

( It has been one year since passed July 30, 1962.In And life to joy awakes .\ it /looks up to me in the
f I you left us. You will always the land beyond tomorrow Not as of old a little child to beauty of the flower ,"
There will surely be a day, bear and fight and die,
l linger in our hearts. \
..... John Jowett
When you'll once more see But crowned with glory like 1 Henry

PATIENCE E. McPHEE Sadly missed. your loved one the sun that lights the morningsky Oscar L.
who departed this life( Flossie, Barry and Familj r Who has only gone away. Range

August 2, 1963. Gone but t Sadly missed by the family May her soul rest in peace and
not forgotten. TAKE YOUR FAMILY T<0 The
1 The Family CHURCH SUNDAY Burger Family "

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 30, 1965 13


' CLASSIFIEDFOR: \ '1"\ J SEE THE NEW 3-bed- One bedroomapt. Argument Over $63

room 2 bath quality bull Modern. Will accept 'one
homes. Open 1-5 Sunday. child up to 3 years old. Watermelon Debt
4622 NW 21 Ave. PL MU 10325.

Beautiful, clean, like-new, Leads to SlavingAn
HOMES LOTS. Carver Ranches. Reasonable DUPLEX APT. Large one CBS 4 room duplex. Fum. cunfurn. ., CJ
3 bedrooms, fenced, CBS! price. Call 691-6523; ,, bedroom with Fla room, living Large yard. Couple] employe'at Farmer when Jack Wallin, 30, 513
27 Forest St., Liberia,4204' room, dining room and kitchen. only No pets. $20 week. Seeat Market died Saturdayafter NW 61st Ave. operator of
W.27th St.,Carver Ranches. 2 Bedroom 1 bath, Fla room,' 1238 N.W. 51st Terrace. Near 4113 N.W. 23rd Ave. Then he was struck on a stall at the market ask-
qualifying, no closing closed porch can be used i as bus and Orandway. To see, call 633-2429 or CA 1-2535.. the head with a board by ed about the debt.
sts. Little down. $18 week. 3rd bedroom. 2-car garage, fen-, ca1l757-0154. -- a produce broker on Jackcon began cursing.
3-8412 or 443-1983. ced. No qualifying. $95 pays Room. In nice home. Coconut whom he had pulled a Kauffman said, and got
all. Pass by 1757 N.W. 90th --- -. Grove. Near bus line and knife, police reported. out of his car with a 10-
WEST HOLLYWOOD St. Leonardi! Realty. 6960092.NO school Phone 4445268. Norwood Jackson, 45, Inch butcher knife. He
5420 S. W. 19th Street FOR SALE of 1131 NiW 5th Ave.. was' slashed at Wallin and then

CARVER RANCHES CASH NEEDED Furnished room in Liberty pronounced dead at Jack- cut WQlHn's brother.
Jig 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, CBS, City. 633-7338. son Memorial Hospital at Frankie, 17 601 NW 17th
om, CBS, partially furn fenced, sliding glass doors. 5303 N.W. 5th Avonuo 2:30: p.m., 30 minutes after Ave., In the right side
.00 down. $25 week. Buy $109 month or $29 week. 3240 Room. Private home. Pre- the fight. when the youth went to
ke rent. No qualifying. Own- N.W. 176th St. UN 5-3232. Open Sat. and Sun. 1.5 fer gentleman.. 633-0604 or The two men arguedover his brother's assistance,
$63 debt on a load of the officer said.
:.JA 3-3441 or 373-3304. Income---- Come and ... 3 bedrooms 7589717. watermelons at the mar- The older Wallin then
Property. Residenceor 2 baths, extra lorg., Fla ket, 1200 NW) 21st Terr. picked up a plank and hit
8441 N.W. 24th Avenueear both. Duplex with 2 6-room room, largo living room, Fla room and bedroom com- Miami Police Officer V. Jackson on the head.
Stephens Oaldeview, units, 3 screened porches; largo dining room, kitchen bined. Use of kj tchen. 727 P. Kauffman said Jackson No charges were filed..r..wrr.r .
est Little River Elem. separate garage large lot. florogo. Also separate N.W. 65th St. 7573304. was sitting in a car
chools. $200 down, $89 mo. See at 1136 N.W. 51st St. apartment for income on
\\o qualifying. Owner 3733304NORTH 634-8262. 4032 N.W. 23rd Ave. 1 bedroomapt.
two corner duplex lot .
.....,.. ,.. r.
month. .
Part. fum.
Many extras. space to $65 <<,ft ," .l<;'1-4'
MIAMI BEACH Rent free plus income. 12- build another house. Child OK. 691-4668. tl YEARS Of RESPONSIBLIBUILDING :
[545 N.E. 153rd Terrace.Near room duplex. CBS 4712 N.W. Terms arranged. SERVICE TO' ,
ulford School. CBS, hard- 16th Ave. $650 down. Easy FOR RENT OR SALE SMALL PRIVATE THE COMMUNITY '
ood floors, tile roof, awn- terms. Call 531-0829. Near -- 4901 N.W.7th Ave.Two stores
igs, FHA terms, only $9,900... mopping, school and bus. F-600 '56 Ford. 5 yd Dump three upper apts., one store, HOUSE FOR RENT Vise. BUYING or BUILDING
down. $57 I will one apt. vacant for rent. Owner. -
J250 mo. pay truck. $500. Call 6359089after
ill closing costs. Owner 15 used church pews. 12 i& 5:30 p.m. 377-3870. Kitchen furnished for 1 or E [ CALL STANLEY
14 Call __ _. 2' people. Rent
173-3304. seats. OX 1-4212 orNE $10.00 wk.
I IJ114.I.aut.ful

1370 N.W. 87th Street : FOR SALE First $18 take any TV. Radio 1358 N.W. 53TH STREETCan Hemes
\\200 down. $58 month. Lovely 3 I bedroom house on corner 4141 N.W. 23RD CT. 5. Also house and lot. $$34.50 be Built MI Your LotK
bedroom home, painted in lot. 1899 N.W. 45th Street. price! 1413 Washington Ave., teen anytime. Our
nd out, air cond., stove fenced in. t 3 Large Bedrooms Miami Beach, JE 21687. Attractive Alter.
uiet residential area. Fast tlont, and Addition.
Florida Room Furn.
ossession. Owner 373-3304. 2 Beer Bars. Clean up-to-date Electrolux. New and used .Lot Us Demolish
business. Call 6339425. 2 Baths Garage and vacuum cleaner. Sale and ser- Your Worn Out

ncome Property. 4032 N.W. HOME AND work shop. Lot is vice. Call ask for JacksonCE FOR SALE H"'. and Build 0
3rd Ave. Rent 2 apts. Liven INCOME 8.1963 or 445-1444. t Lov.ly Now Home
one 2 bedroom free. $3,000own. 3 bedroom, furnished house 50x143 f Feet \ Call Ue for focte About
$150 month. 6914668.NO Rear 2 bedroom turn duplex. $7,500KEY Income Property. 4032 NW ,',' Building
Income $240 month. Total HELP WANTED 23rd Ave. Rent 2 apts. :
Good Bank financing'
QUALIFYING 12900. Good terms. REALTY Live in one 2.bedroom free. ,' .
4 bedroom CBS, Fla room, 3& 1-5311' CAB DRIVERS. Apply a tSociety $3,000 dovr. $150 mo.
dining room, move right in. .Adjoining Lot. 2 bldg. CBS Cab Office, 269 N.W. 691-4668. STANLEY BUILDERS,
{Total $10,500, only $500 down I house.! Like new $12,500. 21st Street. indf __..,l._ -. inc.
I payment. $78 month, ideal for I Owner 572 N.W. 51st Street. Instructor.
Driving $2.50 per Licensed Iassre4E.
I large family. This is a nice 754-9450.. 4100 N.W. 1ST AVENUE hour. O'Borry's Driving School. TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO .
(house and terrific buy. A. Call 6915283. CHURCH SUNDAY 14 H. 79th Street
Jen.Kori, Realtor, see us at 15750 N.W. 17th Ct.
3 bedroom, 2 bath c"om Mimi' / Florida
Jour new location 612 N.W. Like new 4 bedroom CBS in
60th St., or call anytime unche Park. Large fenced built with numerous fea- NEW LOVELY HOMES
751.2243. yard, freshly painted near tures. Owner-builder re-
school. This is a bargain at locating. Sacrifice sale. Open 3.5 p.m. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooStltctiofts
NO QUALIFYINO $10,000, $300 down and only in
1835 N.W. 41st StreetJ .!
3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS best $S7 month. No closing costs. ,H' i- V '
location. Total $13,500, :Keys at Life Realty' Broker, large bedrooms, 2 baths, t HOMES :-w'OPENHEW > -> ,*'.--
$3,500 down take over FHA 4932> N.W. 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Fla room, garage, electric
mortgage payments. $82 mo., I Open evenings Sundays. kitchen. LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ
A. Ben-Kori, Realtor see us -
--- Terms Less Than Rent
60th St. or call anytime: CBS, 2 bedroom carport appliances BEAUTY Large Lots All Sites
7512243. I freshly painted, inand Liberty City,Coconut Grove 2323 N.W. 85TH
--- I out. Price is $9,500, 15000 HARRISON ST. (I lust look expensive. To see me is to buy me.)
NO QUALIFYING i SJOO down and $59 month. Easy Terms
2 bedroom CBS, beautiful 1 Keys at Life Realty, Broker, $390 Down-$68.36 month No Money Down I am a brand new beautiful 3 ballroom, 2 bath with

home. Total 12000. Only 32N.W.. 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Lovely 3 bedroom fenced family room and garage. 1 block from school, 1 block

2,000 down take over FHA .I Open evenings and Sundays. home, awnings, in better, BUILD ON YOUR LOT OR from busses and 4 blocks from North side Shopping
this A.
mortgage, see sure. OURS
Ben-Kori Realtor see us at 2023-25 N.W. 43rd Street residential area. Walk to Center.

our new location 612 N.W. NO CLOSING COSTS elem. school. Cash Paid for Lots Homes 8020 N.W. 21ST AVENUE
60th St. or call anytime: Modern CBS duplex. Only
7512243. $600) down and Mo amonth. OWNER 373-3304 Heed Money? Call Baron Beautiful CBS 3 bedroom, two bath, oak floors, tile

-- Live rent free! JE 8.1340 roof and carport. $450 down. $85 month.
NO QUALIFYING 2-bedrooms each aidetile
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CBS 2 bedroom small ideal roo f, anoliances
for batchelor. Only $200 down Key at Life Realty Broker. 10 N.W. 47TH TERRACE
payment. $70 month. Move 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL
right In this is a buy. Total 9-4371. Open Sunday CONSOLIDATE YOUR DEBTS Large 2 bedroom, 2 bath, plus Flo room. Only 2

Price 5200. You can't beat evenings. DIAL NOW FOR MONEY IN I HOUR Wl 9-6077 years old. By appointment only.
this, cheaper than renting. A.
Ben-Kori Realtor 7512243. LIKE[ NEW CBS $250 SMALL PAYMENTS --0--

- down> and $58 month. S 1,000 ...............-...$ 20 MonthS 8431$ N.W. 22ND PLACE

Total 3 Bedroom ilousied finshed floors windows, new, kitchen re-- 2,000 ..--...............S 30 Month Lovely CBS, 2 bedrooms, oak floors, and tile roof.

down, FHA$13,000.terms.Only This $350 is a cabinets and fixtures. $10.000 .....................$100 Month $12,900 total price.
large home. This house is like
very Full dining
--- f1' ---
room, beautiful kitchen, large brand new. Key at Life 8301 N.W. 23RD AVENUE
spacious living room' best Realty. Broker. 4932 NW and 2nd Mortgages
location. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Gorgeous 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, hardwood floors, tile
see us at our new location 612 evenings and Sunday. R. I. BaroB MortgagesI roof built-in kitchen and barbecue. $500 down plus

N.W.751-2243.60th St. or call anytime LOVELY CBS large Fla. 14535 N.E. 5th Avenue Mortgage Broker II I I closing co sts.7.97 month.

--- rom. separate garage. I II --- 0 --
carpeting sprinkler sys- I 1391 N.W. 52ND STREET
2 Homes, CBS tem. Price is $11.000. $350 I
Total $9,900 front home has down and $68 month. Keyat I Gorgeous CBS, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, on fenced corner
has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, rear home Life Realty, Brokfer, LIKE SPANKING NEWt! : lot. $450 down, $13,5 W total price.
living room, bedroom and 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL
bath very and is furnished.in This isa 9-14371. Open Sunday and 1840 N.W. 83RD TERRACE : --0--
nice property vicinityof
N.W. 12th Ave and 31stSt. evenings. LOWI LOWI DOWN PAYMENT : 1300( N.W. 82ND STREET
Beautiful location LIKE NEW CBS-Fresh-
clean property. A. Ben-Kori very, ly painted inside andout. No qualifying. No closing costs. Move In today. I Brand new CBS, 2 bedrooms, on corner lot. Owner

Realtor 612 N.W. 60th St. Our hest bargain at * wants offer. $60 per month pays all.
Call 751-2243 anytime. $7.000. $250 down and
--- 0 -"""
only $4379 month. FHA NEW! NEW! NEW! : i

$72 MONTH Near school. I bus, shop- 2 BEDROOM 1 BATH
CBS Doll House. Fla room, ping. Don't miss
tile roof, 2 bedrooms. Total Keys at Life Realty. Broker MANOR PARK AREA EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY.WE ARE OFFERING TO
4)32! : NW 7 Ave. PL I
J10.600.FHA terms.This$350 is really down.nice.A. 9-4371. Open Sunday and $490 down, $68 month. Full price $10,500. I YOU FOR ONLY $100 DOWN PAYMENT/JF/ YOU CAN

Ben.Kori. Realtor, 612 N.W. evenings. Anyone can buy. See today. I QUALIFY) ALL OF OUR HOUSES FOR SALE ON
60th St. call anytime 7512243. * I FHA.
16500 N.W. 24th Avenue

3-bedroom custom ljullt 2: bath home corner -, CBS Like in new Bunche 2-bedroom Park. 4 BEDROOM 1 BATH 4. I NEWS REALTY Inc.

you would te thrilled to Freshly painted inside CBS. $10,800 total. $85 month. This home paid for 4 4

own a beautiful place and out new fixtures in 15 years. A good buy In every sense. Shoppers .
like this. Worth $32,000, lovely yard a bargain at
hut selling for only (8,500, $200 down and THE BROKER
$22,000., Terms arranged only $49! month. No clos-
TRIO REALTY : 4140 N.W.1TH AVE. PL 4-0655
hen area in Miami. A. ing costs. Keys at Life .
en..Kori. Realtor new Realty, Broker. 4932 NW j (Open Sunday from 1 p.m.)
location 012 NW ClOth St. 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open PL -8312 801 N.1I. 54TH ST. PL -9132 ooooooooooooooooooooooood
Phone anytime 751-2243. Sundays and evenings oooo



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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 30, 1965

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Br Beth'ahtba 'E. DeaTa> (

Reading can be one of the most relaxing and interestingways
to spend your summer. You may read for enjoyment or r
information but there is always some new discovery in read-

ing. l It
Statistics have shown that one of our main problems
today is found in our reading skills. This summer can be the
time that we can possibly improve our reading ability.
The public libraries offer a selection of books of all t ),
kinds for our enjoyment and convenience. It is our duty to
take advantage of this opportunity, realizing the importanceof
reading to our education and future.
By reading we are able to increase our vocabulary.When t
we come to new words that we aren't familiar with, it
is important that we define these words in the dictionary and
try to memorize their meaning. '
Reading can take us into other countries and help us to
know and understand the people and their customs. Readingcan
help us to share others experiences and problems and
help in solving our problems. When we read it is not neces-
sary that we go to the library all the time. It is just as goodto
read good magazines and also our daily newspaper.No .
one is too old to read, for there is something for
anyone who reads to gain. It is also one of the exciting waysto --- __ ____m

Since there are approximately four weeks left before
school opens, reading can be one of the exciting ways to of the and book awards.
Thursday, July 22, the sixth grade pupils summer P.T.A.
prepare ourselves. We should enjoy reading fiction and non-
fiction books. The important thing toremember is whether or reading program at Phyllis Wheatley Elementary School were The activity under the leadership of Mrs. Alberta God-

not we understand what we read. One of the best ways to honored with a reception in the cafeteria. On hand to welcome frey and Stanley Newbold, was sponsored by the sixth
better our reading ability is to read as often as possible. the new 7th graders were Hilda Me Kelly, a senior at grade parents and summer sixth grade teachers. Mr. Robert

Begin reading less difficult books, and build up to books Booker T.Washington High School and Clayton Adam. Powell. McKay, summer school principal, gave the closing remarks.Mrs. .

that ledge are you more can gain difficult.by reading.You'll be surprised at the know- Highlights of the program included the installation Laretha G. Brown is president; Mrs. Pariline Cook,

1 ceremony for the new P.T.A. officers by Stanley Newbold, vice president; Mrs. Margie DeVeaux is secretary and Mrs.

Ins to I In g officer; certificates of merit for outstanding Jessie Giles, treasurer.

JESCA ANNOUCES AUGUST KNITTING COURSE ENDS school service,also perfect att.ndance, scholarship, reading


Regular day care service YWCAAn .. * * * * * *
will b continued at JESCA's eight week knitting '
MIAMt."tTfMES' :
: ,: !
Day Care Center No. 2, 7200 course sponsored by the Si"
NW 22nd Ave. for preschoolerers Friendship Garden and Civic .. j. ',' '':'A' ',t1( '''''''i'.t..1.>' t'."", \q.'A .'V...
and boys and girls 6, 7, Club ended Thursday, July : MING : ES ":TS' : J. "" .

and 8 years of age (or throughthe 29. .' ... .; :J. '- <, ft""". .... f.i..l', ;:.*
< ;
third grade.) Under the direction of Mrs. t *'* .'* *'itT. *' .;-.* "'*"' *"* *
Health certificates are required Thomas McKeon, the membersof
for children attendingthe the club wishes to thank
Center for the first time or her for the splendid work she -- --' Walter Bowe
if they have been aosent tor rendered in teaching these
six months or more. children knit. w.
young to ThroughMrs.
LIBERTY SQUAREA McKeon's understandingand The South Broward number of years before
recreation program for children VFW Post 8195 will meet beginning his pastoral (f
boys and girls 7 through 12 learned guidance the ,fundamentals seven of Sunday, Aug. 1 at the career. His outstanding
yeras of age will be conducted knitting and were able to knit post home. 4816 SW 17th work will serve in time to M
week days from 2 to 6 p.m. articles which they are proudof. St.. West Hollywood. come as a monument to
Register nowlCLOSING Christian principles. Con- FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
The Carver Ranches' current with his minis-
CAMP PROGRAMOur The affair ended with a Volunteer Fire Dept. will terial responsibilities he is Artificial Arrangements Potted Plants
Mrs. Thomas
given by
friends are invited to party sponsor a cotton dress Health and Sanitation Inspector Funeral Arrangements Our
come out and share with the McKeon. ball Monday, Aug. 2 from for the City of Specialty"A

Day Campers and their families - 9 p.m. until? at the Car- Hallandale; chairman of Visual Message with Flowers Corsages
a very interesting anc enjoy Burlang Associates ver Lounge. 56th Ave. the Bi-racial Committee For the
able evening on Friday, July I i iI and Pembroke Road. Mus- Hallandale chairman of Discriminating"Lowrie's
30. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY ic by Eddie and His Interns the City Advisory Board.
Our variety program will be I 50 N.W. 54th Street II f Donation $1.25 Flower Garden

held at Square camp headquartersLiberty Auditorium, 6304- t Excellent 757-7674 domestic open- I Miss tables free.Rosetta Hall, North Miami 6030 NW 7th Avenue

NW 14th Ave.-7:30 Fea-
tured will specialty: p.m.presen- I tings now in New York and I II daughter of Mrs. Vera I PLEASE REQUEST ORDERS 1 DAY IN ADVANCE
Hall will be married to
tations from the Junior Day Connecticut.
Campers, Senior Citizens and I I Julius Eugene Glover, Beach NewsMrs. PHONE 759-9168 NO ANSWER CALL NE 45801AUTO I
Transportation advanced. Sunday Aug. 1. 4 p.m, at
boys and girls from the After Mt. Zion AME Cora Ross and 6 I # '
noon Activity Program. I ALSO I II ..
-- -- 18th St. and SW 50th Ave. Mrs. Ella McMurray and
Arts and Crafts on Exhibit her aunt are leaving on
That's Tonight 7:30: p.m. I Male and Female I Reception at 4300 SW Immediatelyafter 27th St. Thursday morning for
Finest domestic and commercial Nassau for the weekend. INSURANCE
TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO I lobs I in- this area. The Carver Ranches
I John Love North Check arty new, lower rate and financing
CHURCH SUNDAY - Hyde Park HomeownersCivic of easy
Association Inc., Miami Beach is junior IMMEDIATE SR:22 FILING
officers will have instal- Olympic champion in the Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift
I rr------------ lation services Aug. 1 at 15 yard dash and 100 yard
iiI 330: p.m. at the Recrea- dash. His time respectively D. Goodman and Son Inc.
TRAIATNING tion Park 48th is 8.6 and 11.1 He is "Insurance Real Estate
Ave. and Mortgage"
IBM MIT I 13 old and repre-
21st St.This .
II sents Florida Athletic Business member All People Democratic Club
I organization Is 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380
I united In the Interest ofa Club. The Junior Olympicwas
held Lakeworth
I common object the in
MIAMI INSTITUTE community In which we July 2.1.The .
I live. The aim Is to Improve -
I recreational and Junior EOS are

I OF TECHNOLOGY I II educational public is invited.Interests.Refresh-The Washington having a splash Park party Pool on at Jack's MEN'S WEAR!

ments will be served. August 14 beginning at 8
pm. under supervision of SEE "MR. JACK"

I College of mata Qtocessing I Rev. Walter Jackson an Mrs. R. Sastelow. FOR'
I outstanding community STYLES FOR ALL AGES
is still
Softball rolling
leader in the
I IBM MACHINES & COMPUTER PROGRAMMING I landale was city appointed of Hal- Come and Join the fun. The Very Latest in Men'. Fashions

I Men and women are needed now in the data processing State Overseer of the SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
Church of God the The EOS is having Its ITALIAN SHOE
field the fastest field the U.S.
growing in 39th regular meeting the first
I sonville Assembly June 24-27 at Jack- Monday night. The W M. 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida
TRAIN NOW FOR A SECURE FUTURE I Rev. Jackson has serv- is asking all members to

I Earn more than $10,000/yearll!! I ed his local church for a be present.

I Guest Hous
I Open 8:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Dugies

Call Miami Tech for appointment. Ph. 6331441 ys//3EigrM
The house of unusual rooms
I Or send this coupon for further information
"Keep us In mind"better

I Miami Institute of Technology MT-2 t A place, we challenge you to find

1250 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami Seelng.11 believing
I The accommodations you receive

NAME ............................................AG E............ You find only in this brother

ADD R E 55...................................PH ON E............. oriltf'c OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
I I t 2941 N.W. 47TH STREET 634-3851.

I Education I erect; DcuvcaY DRUG JAMAICA DUGIE

L "Your Key to the World of Tomorrow" Always a friend
I H.in4 Julllvrltf, Manager
8730 NW I5 h AVENUE
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 30, 1965 15SPORTS
witl1. talked about getting more of the 'b
........ r relatively younger,
unknown players to compete-fe-
r lows like Ken Harrelson and Sam Elli who kin8)
have become stars in year.
"The tournament won't seem the same, i I((1 '
though, without George.In .
the 34 years he ran the baseball golf )
tournament he never accepted money for his WQlDJ/
work. The tournament was strictly a hobby.

BY HARRY SPEAR Jacobus always encouraged baseball
players to .R, ,OVer' _
MMI play golf. "It dosen't hurt them in 1jIt"\; ,"', \ ,' ".
IAMI WAITS FOOTBALL FRANCHISEIn baseball, he said. "If anything, it helps them. .
Your sports editor will miss him
,the past week or two many fast moves with all his friends. May his soul rest along in Miss Whirl, winner of Flagler's $80,000
ave been made to secure an AFL franchise peace. International Classic, will take on L. L.'s
or our city.Mayor Bilko, winner of the $50,000 Wonderland

High undoubtedly has carried the Peter Bryan, now bailiff for Hon. Judge Derby, at Flagler Saturday night (July 31)
>all well and as far as he can. Now we must F. J. Christie, Circuit Court. Peter member in the first race of a $10,000 winner-take-all
alt to see who will be in possession after of Old Timers Professional Baseball, a Associa- match series that figures to establish her as
ntangling a huge pile up of contract techni- tion, played on the Miami Daily News Gold monarch of the entire greyhound racing
:alities. Ball Team in 1940. He also boxed amateur world.She
The Mayor is optimistic, but the final and pro, has a ranch, horses, also a grove of already has a considerable claim to
ecision is not his to make, and like the rest avocadoes and limes. Peter was an all round the title after running away to an eighWength
of us must wait a while longer to know if athlete. victory over the finest field ever assembled
(Miami will be 'numbered with the other big for the International Classic last Saturday.

cities of football fame. o.,''",, "' "r"" I','" '''' ",... .,,,,),,,: ,, ,,(>,,,,;,'' i And if she can best the Wonderland
Last Sunday Paul Brown pitched six aU: ;" "' :, :AtJunD: ; ; ;: 1 Champ in their series, as she'll be heavily fav-

(shutout innings In his first appearance for the "', ., .. :J, : ,, .,, '.', : rowna ored to do, there can be no doubt that she is
(Marlins, but had to leave the game becausehis t: I ,'J: )1.vrf C the champ of them all. Second race of the,

arm was tired. However, his shutout performance ':,y4Sf :Assault, ,; :ell, ': match series will be held in Boston, August

: was__ encouraging. to both Marlins : ; "xx"" ? '',''' ..:_yF: ::-' .... 5 and the site of the third race (if one is
and Phillie officials. .u. needed) will be decided by a toss of the coin
The Marlins hope that Brown's after the Wonderland event.
arm can Adv.rtiwn"+.nt I CLEVELAND (NPI)
I hurl ,them into pennant contention for the second A Jury of seven wo- The match race at Flagler Saturday will
half, while the Phillies are hoping that Af Frtlgfct refs men and five men took be a special event going as the 12th race on
only an hour and 15
Brown can come through and be able to help minutes to decide that the program. Only Miss Whirl and LL's Bilko
[them later on in the season. MiamiansHave fullback Jim Brown one will be in it and -there will be win betting
There's no telling how well Brown will of the mainstays of the only.
pitch from now on, but if his first appearanceis Saved National championship Football Cleveland league's Other attractions on the card include the
any indication, ,then the Marlins and Phil .1,000,000On Browns team was inno- second semifinal round of the $5,000 American -
lies can expect good things from him in the cent of charges of assault Hurdle Championship Stake which will
future. and battery against 18- wind August 9 and the
Furniture year-old Brenda Ayres. up first round of the
Coming up this Sunday is the' annual The verdict was returned $20,000 Kennel Medley Championship.
Playboy Club Bunnies vs Press Radio-TV All- By Hat Brat.rmaa last week in the trial The Medley Championship producedsome
Star game at Miami Stadium. The Softball Public Appraiser-Reporter which began Municipal July 12 Judge before of the finest racing of the year at Flag
game will precede the'regular Marlins gameat In the last five Blanche Krupansky.Miss ler last summer and is expected to do the
6:30: against Sarasota. This is the third CentralFreiaht years. Grand same again this year with 24 kennels competing
annual contest between these two powerhousesand oustom.rssaved Ayres had accuSed at three different distances.

one thing can always be said, the Bunniesare $1,000,000 over her Brown.on the 29 face of slapping hip and Each kennel will be represented by its
in much better shape than the assembledpress their furmtur.on stomach and forcing her best runner at each of the three most popular
corps. and bedding. to commit an unnaturalsex racing distances the five-sixteenths, three-
Also slated for next Sunday is "Old- Whether you the act night in of a June motel 19.room eighths and seven. ixtoonths.
Timers" Day with many former ball playerson live in a man Brown however. denied Second round is scheduled Saturday
hand. The ex-players may wish they Ion room or apart-a on.'l.Bravemenment he had ever struck August 7, third round Aug. 13 and the finals
weren't on hand after peeing the "exhihtion" Grand ..appraiser her. or had ever been intimate Aug. 21.SUMMER.
that the bunnies and press representatives are Central Freight at 1636 N.W. with her.
7th Ave.,Miami,has the furniture
expected put on. IS GOOD
for you,'way below wgulor. His pretty wife Sue
.store price*.' listened intently from the Bowlers who bowl during the summer
Bill Durney, Marlin General Manager, is In this famous clearing house spectator's section of the have a distinct advantage over those who
still recuperating from a mild heart attack als you, will sofas find, convertible beautiful section sofas, star jammed footballer courtroom brandedall as the only participate during the long competitiveseason
suffered last week. Durney is in Mercy Hos- chairs in every style of Miss Ayres' testi- of winter bowling.
pital and will continue to stay there for an- French, Italian Early American mony as "completely First, going bowling each week gives the
Danish Modem, "
other week or so. Durney has done a lot for You can even choose Spanish.from 1 100 false.The girl had testified chance to a bowler to keep his game intactor
baseball in the Miami area and baseball fans different styles in bedroomsand that they had had sexual make improvements then too there is the
hope that he will recover in time to be backat hundreds dining of box rooms springs. ., mat plus intercourse on eight occasions introduction opportunity to the sport; many
Miami Stadium for the remainder of the tresses and odd pieces. during their twomonths' more bowlers are introduced to bowling dur-
It.ms'you buy at these sales friendship.Had ing the relaxed summer months, than during
season.Ron Allen's hitting performance over the can be in stored the world.or shipped anywhere of the he charges been convicted Brown the tough grind of winter league.

past few games has raised his average to .254, Credit if|you want it.Open 8.30; would have faced a max- Poised and ready to bowl are the Un-
his highest of the season and third on the club. to 130 today I imum sentence of six touchables of the Royal Palm League, which
Allen is second on the team in RBI's (33)) in months fine. in jail and a $200 bowl at the Cloverleaf Lanes each Sunday at

doubles (12) and he leads the club in triples 6i30 n.m.
with 7. From left to right are Archie Brown,
Frances James, Alvoid James and Carrie
Bobby Bragan is one of three sons of Peak.This
Major League Managers now playing in the team throw their hooks and curvesin
Florida State League. The others are AL competition against seven white teams
Lopez Jr. with Sarasota, and Jack Hutchinson, POST TIME weekly.
son of the late Fred Hutchinson, with Tampa. 8:00 PJH."The .
Marlins Schedule : Friday and Saturday, TOURNEY
July 30, 31 Tampa; Sunday and Monday,
Aug. 1 and 2 Sarasota ; Tuesday and Wed- Much congrats must again go to the
Chicago Women's Club
nesday, Aug. 3 and 4 St. Pete. successfully
conducting another of their annual Midwinter -
and Walter Speedy Memorial Tournaments.The .
| GEORGE JACOBUS DEATH MOURNED Natfert H OreytovmlSfcewpfoce tournament sponsored for the fifth

. The National Baseball Players' golf consecutive year by the Borden Milk Co. was
tournament will be on as usual, but it won't ; nothing less than tremendous, and taxed the
be the same to old-timers. George Jacobus, NOW! e y TWIN DOUBLE efforts of the Women of Chicago to host over
the tourney's founder, will not be around. 200 golfers from all over the nation who were
Jacobus, 68, died of a heart attack Wednesday there to tee off for the hundreds of dollars in
| night in his home at Ridgewood, N. J. cash, valuable prizes and beautiful trophies.
, The baseball tournament held annually Florida was not without representation,
in Miami, was his baby. Jacobus was proud to because no sooner than we dropped our bag
all Babe Ruth, Paul Wander, Dizzy Dean and we were talking to Herb Jackson of Jackson-
edge Kenesaw Mountain Landis, the former ?' ville; Dick Fernader of West Palm Beach.

(baseball commissioner, his friends. ;\ Charlie Balis wanted to be rememberedto
Lew Price, Miami-Metro publicity direct Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seldon of our city. He
tor, worked closely with Jacobus during the s thinks they are tops as house guests. George
pars the event was held here. hi I Green was notifying Booker T. Hayes that they
L "We'll all miss him. He was a big booster r will be down here soon. Terry Sullivan, pres-
for rice Miami and his loss will be severely felt," t1 ident of the Midwestern District says he will
be down soon.
. "The City of Miami will continue to run
P he> tournament. I will confer with the city

anager and we.'ll probably select a local proo 1 OUR ADS1 1
[ act as tournament director. We need a proP I CLASSIFIED ,
establish the "
rules, Price said.
Ion of the tournament for next year. We had I MING RESULTS I

"Jacobus. .I.. and I had talked about expan- LBari _: I

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I NortIISItIl 'C'lilt Dr. hells F. Price newly and Is President of the
PLbLuray elected Moderator of the General National 'Urban League Con-
.' ,a'', ,, ,, : ; ,I ., ... Synod. United Church of vention. He is the first Negro
I ., '. ,', ,, >.., '. A' '_:, ",_, "-"-"' be elected spiritual headof
M# w om* mffiiTn i ined Gonxilez. Christ, will be guest speakerat to

July ;31. wit various
observed Opportunity agencies. U. S. Rep. Claude Pepper the Church of the Open the United Church Christ.
as Day
will speak at the close of the IoorI-wbich is one of the All friends and well wisher
in Dade County. It is sponsored 3 BOXING BOUTS of die Church of the
show and will stress the importance 7,000 churches with 2.100.000 Open
I by Economic Opportunity Continuous entertainmentis of total community members that comprise this Door are cordially invited 'to
Inc. EOP) of
Program ( scheduled from 10 a.m. involvement in the attempt to progressive denomination.Dr. hear and meet him at the 11
Dade County for two reasons:
One of the features of the occasion wipe out poverty. He will also Price is President of sm. worship service on Sun
recruit for the Job
To will be the sheriffs announce the opening of LeMoyne College. Memphis, day. August 1.
Corps motorcycle drill team in a three new Economic Opportunity
Corps the Manpower Development -
and motorcycle rodeo, kicking off Centers in his districtand -
Training Project.
the entertainment. This team explain what they mean .--- I "
VISTA and other projects now ilf1iJ
makes its in the the people.
appearance to TED MICKHM
operating in Dade County un-
Bowl Parade and in I
der the Economic OpportunityAct. FREE DENTAL CLINIC : 'IJ:: } 1. .
other events. Three boxing JIO-i.r. : ,

To. help various agencies exhibitions will be held la- The Mobile Dental Clinic Cow Dtltflif I :_ J S"ei, : itW
ter in the day featuring Ollie one of the most interesting ,* **
join forces in "reaching out The national convention # fi'r ?V *
Wilson, veteran of 69 professional tools in Dade's war on poverty J
the community held
to give eas y of CORE was -
fights and winning will be unveiled Saturday ---- -- ------
access to information and July 1-5 at Durham. N.C-
services. heavyweight Chip Johnson. at the shopping center.It from Miami
Willie Pastranoformet heavy- is a 40x10( foot converted Delegates
The celebration will be were Ted Mickens of 2251
weight champion,will referee. mobile home trailer
held at the Northside Shop- NW 93rd Terr and Levon
with all dental faci-
ping Center 79th Street and FOLK, JAZZ, GOSPEL equipped Smiley of 7400 NW 10th "
N.W. 27th Avenue from 9 a.m. lities. Ave. Your Color Has Beauty
to 5 p.m. A program of folksinging, More than 100 children One of the main issues
Seven information and recruitment jazz gospel singing and calypso from Liberty City Elementary facing the convention was
booths will be set will be presented after School will be processed on CORE'S financial status.In Glamour Proves It!
around the perimeter of the matches. Appearing on Saturday to give people an order for CORE to
up idea of how the dental clinic .
Alligator Square an open-air the bill will be recording artist function more adequately
pavilion in the central part Vince Martin, and other operates. and meet the needs of
of the shopping center to accomplish entertainers from the Flick The community raised people. It must have
the goals of the Coffee House; the Utility $40.000 to outfit the clinic sufficient funds.
program. These will be man- Singer; and jazzman Chico and the SherifPs Departmentdid The first fundraisingstep
the special plumbing and for the Miami chap-
other work was done by the ter was held on Virginia
men during their spare time. Beach Julv 25 when
$ _* * * * * *..* Key
: Sheriff T. A. Buchananwill the Miami CORE gave a
present plaques and other barbecue cookout with
mmmmwm# l awards to the individuals and valuable door prizes suchas
agencies who helped to make a wig toaster and many
the dental clinic possible. others.
... The wig was won by
Mrs. Johnnie Parish of
THE POWER OF PRAYERARE Richmond Heights, one of
the ladies who headed the
YOU committee of protest
Ski troabled against the building of
oohoDpy? the Richmond Heights
Heed Help? School. The toaster was
won by Elmarie Clark.
Send for cloth
your prayer The affair was a suc
o0L today. Also birthdate.. CMtribatioDS cess. The cooking was
accepted. done by the ways and
means commiittee. Ted
REV.MOTHERIkIJGIALD Mickens. chairman his

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: Pett's Men's Shop 3672 Graad A...., Cocooet Grove J, 4 bedrooms. Extra lot. $150 down : for FHA volootiaou No closiog costs.ITC2N.H.4ITH .

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1527 N.W. 40th Street .
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