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: August 6, 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: UF00028321:00376

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Volume 42, No. 48 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST ; c'// 16 PAGES

I $23.5 Million Set k Redevelop 148 Acres of Miami Slums :r I Ir

.. e Urban Renewal Agency houses, modern multi-family after it has acquired it, to crowced area and other land \
ar id Monday that a $10 dwellings and numerous park- private developers, who will economy practi) ces will make a
j grant and $13.5 miloan lands. The land in the area is build town houses and multi- it possible for 1,000 families
needed to get Dade's to be acquired by March, 1968. family dwellings according to to reside in the section when
gig urban renewal pro- "The Board of Public Instruction URA standards. completed-100 fewer tha n
off the ground has been and the City Miami Leff said that the income there are now-without the ex- tr
?proved by the federal govern- have already agreed to pur- from the sale of land to the pressway.
I ment. chase lands for parks and recreation developersplus.addi tional The URA director said, .
I Redeveloping the 148 acre around Dunbar federal grants-will pay back "Every occupant will be given j I
Central Miami General Neighborhood School." Leff noted that the $13.5.million loan. full and fair opportunity \
G Renewal Area, be- "three churches have submitted The project calls for new to find a place to relocate,
tween N.W. 14th St. and 22nd proposals to buy ex- town houses and multi-family and we will iq no event push
Streets, N.W. 3rd\ Ave. and pansion land." apartment units to be con- occupants unduly to speed re-
to" the North-South Expresswaywill He said the 130 families structed west of N.W. 5th Ave. development." I
iri a. be paid for from this mo- along the proposed N or the About 67 apartment houses ex-
g1. ea. t neyURA Director Myron D. Leff South Expressway will also be isting east of 5th Ave., with Leff, Metro Commissioner '
f''t relocated. 950 dwelling units, will be Earl Starnes and County Manager ,
:::, ney.URA Land will be acquired by bought by URA and sold to Porter Homer went to 1
: Director Myron D. Leff the loan and grant, for relocating private parties at a "write the Housing and Home Finance .
said the loan and grant of- 1,700 families and demolishing down," with the conditionthat Agency religion office

< ficially mark the start of a and clearing struc- they be rehabilitated according in Atlanta, Ga., to discuss "I
.' '\ five-year program which will to URA specifications.Some Dade's renewal problem with
;:',: .;f,;' transform.the deteriorated area tures.The Urban Renewal Agency unnecessary streets' Regional Director E. Bruce
.'.., 'i'.: into a community of town will sell parcels of the land, will be eliminated in the Wedge. .
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his address to the 55th of a minority of Negroes en- ly isolated fromthis progress- "They think it shoots our:
= RR annual convention of the Na- tering middle class, has been shunted aside in this march whole argument."
tional Urban League Tuesday the beneficiary of the very toward freedom and justice." Any Negro-even those
," evening at Miami Beach, real he told the
> progress, Calling on all segments of hired in prestige Jobs-face a
Vice-President Hubert H. delegation at a banquet at the American society to face up promotion problem, Tucker
h Humphrey sounded a warningthat Eden Roc Hotel. to the changing times causedby said. "There is a real lac k
YQ in the civil rights struggle civil rights crises, the upward mobility. lie gets intoa
"The other America inhabited
the nation faces the dan- -
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: job and is stuck there.
ger of creating two separateand largely by residents "We can only begin b y He admitted that this is
...-.. distinct Negro Americans. of our urban ghettos and rural
attacking all the social and harder to fight than a bias
I WORKS FOR CIVIL RIGHTS IN MISSISSIPPIMore "One America comprized slums,has been incieasinga economic ills at once." against hiring Negroes.

than 200 lawyers,both in Miami to attend ine con Sterling Tucker, Washington Tucker said only one to
white and Negro, recruited vention American Trial Law Prudential Urban League director, two per cent of the Negroes in ,
nation-wide, are working in al- yers at the FontainebleauHotel. said Tuesday in an interviewat the country are affected by
the conference, ",very- the job "boom." The rest,
most all of Mississippi's 82 She is licensed to
one's willing to make a token mostly unskilled, form muchof ...
First I
counties defending civil practice before the U., S. Supreme Employes
rights suits. Court, all Michigan ttt effort" to hire Negroes.He the.nation's unemploymentpool. I
said that the .
courts and federal courts in
"We have concentrated on Mississippi. Her work in Negro AgentEdward three years have shown a He said that the Urban ;
the defense of the hundreds of Jackson has been with Na- Moore marked change in employment League is trying to break the :
was recently
arrested this opportunities for the educated shortage of trained Negroes
people past
tional Lawyers Guild, both in appointed district agent for
year," said Claudia Shrop- defense and in recruitment of Prudential Insurance Com- Negro. The job came fastest, through skills'bank program
shire,the beautiful 33-year-old to The + he said, hard-to-fill vacan- throughout the country, and
lawyers help out.
of America. He is the
attorney from Detroit, who has "Our efforts this coming pany cies in jobs as secretaries, that the organization work s
first Negro agent employedby mathematicians and break down the wall, that
been in Jackson, Miss., the year will be concentrated on Prudential in Southern t YIUit to
past year, working on civil desegregation of the public Florida. Moore is native it Tucker labelled the move has been built up between the
rights matters. "Almost 1,000 facilities," she said. "As a Miamian and a recent graduateof by big corporations to hire Negro and the job market.
arrested in Negroes in "visible jobs" as The guest list at the Eden
people were one result of our work the past the University of Miami.
incident alone-when they de- year, there are hundreds of Moore is employed by the "accelerated tokenism." He Rock and other fabulous Miami
monstrated in front of the ca- cases on appeal in the U. S. District and said they hire a Negro and hotels catering to the participants
pitol in Jackson." Circuit Court of Appeals in Golden Glades of the North Miami 1. put him in the front office to reads like a veritable -
works out
Mrs. Shropshire has been New Orleans." office. is licensedto show they are not prejudice. who's who. The: most prominent
Beach He
"The personnel officer names in the country
sell Life Insurance Health
hires a Negro and puts him today are taking part in this
Insurance, Annuities, Group and biggest
t where we can see him whenwe momentous yet
Insurance and Group Pen- go in to complain about Urban League annual conference -
sions. hiring bias," said Tucker. 'i


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Willie Mae Johnson, 18, of awards for the winner of the
Washington, D. C. "Miss the Miss Tan America Pageant -
Tan America" has accepteda held in Dallas. Texas,
full four year college on April 10. Miss Johnson represented r 8Yn

scholarship to Grambling Col- the Washington, ,
lege, Grambling, Louisiana.Dr. D. C. Region in the National Y rr
R. W. E. Jonespresidentof
the college was advised on Miss Tan America Pageant, ,-
July 12th of Miss Johnson's and won the title in com- Seats were at a premium Sunday night when the opening the organization; electrified the large avdience with hit key

decision four to attend Grambling.college petition state with winners 16 other from regionaland across public meeting of the Urban League,Conference was held at note address that called for a "revolution of f fulfillment for

scholarship The was year one of the the nation. the Eden Roc Hotel. Whitney Young Jr., brilliant head of Negro cltlzeu.

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Dr.Nathalie! Colstoa,chairman of the !board>> of Frcnkllm, Shown at a reception Monday night in the Cafe Pompeiiof
Federal S & L; Rev. Henry C. McDowell of the church of the Eden Roc are Joseph Boone of Coca-Cola; Kiah

the Opt. Door aid Miami Beach Mayor Elliott Roosevelt Soyles of Ballantine, Hobart Taylor, Washington confidante rt WITHOUT PROTECT HIDING YOUR FURNITUR ITS BEAUTY

listen to Ted Berry, former vice-way of Cincinatti, Ohio. of President Lyndon Johnson; Andrew Hatcher, for White CUSTOM MADE
House assistant press secretary and now of Ballantine; and at4ov a
All were on hand at the Eden Roc Hotel Sunday night when Macon Williams of Ballantine Photo by House of Photogra PLASTIC FURNITURE
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I Left to right: Dade County Mayor, Charles Hall; Mrs. Jenelle MoorheadEugene Oregon taming at home. Now

President National Congress Parents and Teachers; Dr. James Eagare, Vice President, can have an attractive you bar

NCCJ, New York; A. L. Osgood, Jr., Fla. PTA executive director, National Urban League. to serve from while entertaining .uIII

The National Congress of committee that was on hand friends. No more
Colored Parents and Teachersis night and day throughout the mixing! drinks in the kitchenor
most grateful for the wonderful session. on tables. A beautiful
facilities and services Others serving in focal piece of furniture, one you
afforded them when they were points were Mesdames Queen can be proud of.
entertained here at their re- Armstrong, Cherry Boyer, Marie
cast 39th annual convention. Huff, Lucille Bell; John
Much credit is due to the Carle Capers, Anthony Simon,
Tenth District, Mrs. Oenesta Stanley Newbold and Lawrence
Sweeting, a co-convention Batchlar, public relations
chairman; Mrs. Mayme E. agent tor the Miami Conven- ,
Williams, a co-convention-- tion Bureau. North's Travel q.
chairman; Mrs. Docie Howell, assisted with all tour arrangements
Dade County Council PTA and Mrs. Maydell Bray. SET OF BAR GLASSES The Gayety
president; Mrs. Elizabeth non was the bouquet chairman.It .
Curtis, decoration chairman was the largest bouquet in 'V Sensational
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 6, 1965 3 '.

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National Urban League Attorney Harold L. Braynon; saw to it that my chil-
selects each year, a Negro Mrs. Gloria Braynon Robinson; all had a job while they Million Junior College CampusFirstphase t
family which has overcome a school teacher; and Mrs. her growing up," she says,
obstacles and achieved Eleanor Braynon Oibaoo, who sons on her success. constructionon Learning Resources Center, 1
successby hard work and de operates a drug store with her got a little money every Miami-Dade Junior Col- Science Building, and Administration -
termination. husband.Mrs. and were taught to'spend lege's $15-mHlion South Cam Building A. J. Cape-
Selected th's year is a busy ice cream and to save pus will get underway next letti, Inc., is in charge of site
Miami family, headed by Edward Braynon has lived in kept They ,never spent a week, Resident Peter Masi- development. Engineering
J. Braynon, 1160 N.W. Miami for 39 years and has 25 of their savings until ko, Jr., announced today. firm is O'>oler and Clarke )
55th Terrace. Mr. Braynon isa been actively engaged in the treasurer."I got to college." Groundbreaking ceremonies Inc.
grocer. He is father of four grocery business the past 33 at 11:30 a.m. Monday will signal Future development will
children whom he and his years. When she was a childin start of work on the ISO- add a Technology Building,
wife have put through college. Florence, Ala., her father "s. Braynon, her husband acre site located at S. W. Student Center, Fine Arts
The story of Mr. and Mrs. held \drell, and other family Building
two jobs, working at 104th St. and 112th Avenue. Oymansium with
Braynon is not one of spec night on the Wilson Dam andas were honored at the Three major buildings, together Olympic-size pool, and a Pla
tacular achievement but steady a janitor by day to give also Urban League's open with site development, tariura.
work and dedication, plus a his children an education.And session Sunday night in comprise the $7.8 million first- Piesident M.tsiko said the I
strong determination.Their when she married she shared and Roc at 8 p.m. when phase development of the new honor of turning the first stu- i
four children are: her father's determination to received" the "Family of educational complex. Com- dents to enroll at the college's
Dr. Edward J. Braynon Jr.; see that her children went and award. pletion is projected for fall, South Dade Center, which bs-
1966, according to Donald C. Ian operation last June in
Bulat, director of planning and temporary facilities at Pal
development.The metto High School. They are
Children Under 16 Not to
South Dade campus Donna Corradi, Btvce M haf- ,
will be the second major facility fey, and Columbus Brown. '
for the five-year old college
Farms During School HoursFarmers which last year enrolled'
13,500 students and expectsan

; ---i in this area were answer any questions about this increase fall. The to M-DJC over 15,000 North BE A NURSE'S' AIDE
reminded today that children the Fair Labor Standards Act,"
under address is Campus is located on a 245- nlEIIW..L..
16 years of age are per. Denieke added.The !
mitted to work on farms only Room 1527 Federal Office acre site at N.W. 27th Ave. .0.lr II"
outside school hours, under Building, 51 S. W. First St. and 113th St.
federal law. The master plan for South 2310 float 'I.... $ ro>

This word came from ClemJ. campus, designed by Miami Call lee ....*..Hom end fa*
Denicke field office architectural firm of Pancoast, I
supervisor brackMrai 444-4637 *r
K of the Miami officeof "4 3t Ferendino,Grafton and Skeels, 443-f741
1 the Wage and Hour and Pub- calls for three stages of de I

lic Contracts Division, U. S. velopment. When completed, Matnlftf Clowoost..
the will includsieight 90..h12p \
Department of Labor. He said
the Fair Labor Standards Act : major buildings athletic Evening? t10MM.REGISTER Cle....*i
prohibits minors under 16 rjs fields, two man-made lakes I'
from working in agriculture and complete landscaping.
during school hours for the First-phase construction, CLASSES
school district where they live being handled by Fred How-
while working. This appliesto wI1 land,Lie,contractor, includes I
children of migratory wor-
kers as well as local children.
"The place for children is
Guest Hoiis
in school, not in the fields. \Dugies
n Denicke added. "Today's children -
M will grow up in the world _. The bout of unusual rooms ,",
which demands more educationand Wellington S. Brown "K..P u. In mind' s
better skills. Schoolingnow
will open the door to opportunity Real Estate Broker has completed A batter placa, w. ehatlanga you fa find
in the future." Florida State Insurance Seeing' I I. baliaving
requirements for General lines Th. accommodations you ready.
Fenicke pointed out
Agent License. Mr. Brown is You find only In this broth. ,:
minimum does not
16-year age
presently associated with the
apply to children who work on Earl Carroll Insurance Agencyof OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY

the guardians.home farm He for also their said parentsor the Florida 2941 I H.W.41TH STREET 634-3851 i iI
For complete real estate
Act places no restrictions on
and insurance services callorsee JAMAICA DUGIE
farm work by minors 16 years
old or over. Mr. Brown at 4602 N.W. Always' a friend i
7th Avenue. Ph.
Compliance with the Fair 7543061.
Labor Standards Act does not

Helped by CourtCompletesCourse excuse noncompliance with I
state or local laws. \
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in White Augusta School in Miami will be glad to FOR THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATES -CALL

AUGUSTA GA. An Au- in summer algebra courses at
gusta high school girl has completed all Negro Lucy C. Laney
a summer study of algebra High School in Augusta, but r.1 BONDED
thanks to a battery of the courses were dropped chest x-rays will be 1
NAACP Legal Defense and from the curriculum there when availabe on the ChristmasSeal 0
Educational Fund lawyers anda she turned out to be the only Mobile and Chest X-Ray t
federal court. enrollee. When she sought to Unit of the Dade-Monroe Tuberculosis
Pamela Weston, who just transfer to sessions in a white and Respiratory :1 RENTAL
completed the tenth grade ofa school, officials told her she Disease Association, for all
private school near Augusta, would have to hire a private Dade County residents 18
was dissatisfied with her tutor because the county's years of age and over, at the r
previous algebra grades, and desegregation plan did not following location: Thursday, AGENCY INC.
wanted to repeat the course apply to summer sessions or August 5 thru Friday, August 9 ,/
in hopes of doing better. to the eleventh grade. 13 Florida State Office I ,
The Fifth Circuit Court of The school system dese- Building, 1350 N.W. 12th Ave.
Appeals ordered the Richmond gregated grades four, five, Hours each day: 8 a.m. 11 THE LARGEST COLLECTION AND RENTAL
County School Board to allow six and twelve during the a.m. and 12 p.m. 3 p.m. ?
the. girl to "enroll in such past school year.
courses in Algebra I and Al- AGENCY IN THE SOUTH; OPERATING IN
gebra II as are now being of- HON. L. L. BROOKS

fered to white students." DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.
The Court granted the appeal PRESIDENT
of Legal Defense Attorneys Spitztr of MM .,
Dodge """" "" "
John H. Ruffin Jr, of I ,, ,, '' ,GEORGE, :P.'"HARTH. GENERAL, MANAGER. :r' 1 '
Augusta, Donald L. Hollowellof '" ') ';'" \ "',<1" ," ,,1/A

Atlanta and Jack Greenbergand 8901 N.W. 7th M -
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York, who for more than a IS I PHOUDTO ANNOUNCE '
year have been waging a court
battle to integrate the county's OFAL .

school system. ', Bonded! also has. m loyment service at main! office '
The Legal Defense Fund :
Lawyers appealed a decisionby {, 4150 N.W.., 7th h Avenue__ :
the U. S. District Court for '".' '" "
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the Southern District of Geor- :, ,',: < : A Ml'timo public relations department to assist you in solving' yo.,',rol l..,

gia which refused to grant a 'Pies u fleet of' cars giving door to door service for tenants convenienceON

preliminary injunction to pre nights and Sundays for'emergency service call PL 9-4733
vent the school board from
closing the courses in white
schools to the girl. I

Miss Weston had enrolled -,,- 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9.8733

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 6,1965
I went to the library and found
Phil Ossoftr several such books on the
I As an occasional speaker, shelves. ,,.
I. I have found a great need for Unlike the first time I had
.. notes to keep me talkinle This read a memory book (I even
forgot to return it when it was
I bothers me, for it is difficult
to hold the attention of an due back!) I now had moti
E. SICISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher audience while glancing at vation to improve my memory.

; GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor notes. With the help pf these books, ,'1' pMIr.( ,14.M*1>,Mwjr f !t4>, ,wet, .;" .
I I not only found that could Ii.
I always those who
envy .
Mombor of tha' National N.wpaprs Publishers Association speak without notes, but look remember better, but that J'!' '... p.'EARU 'EDWARDS;"PROP.:' ,' '
,\ SUBSCRIPTION RATES upon them as having photographic had a great potential for doing

: ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 minds, something I much better. PHONE 15H422 4490 I1.W. 1TH AYE.
do not have. Then I read an One book in particular gave
: Entorod as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post item in which Bishop She an, roe the most in memory Improvement .
Office at Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 explained that the reason h 0 and in confidence.This ADS :;' .
learned to speak without notes was Dr. Joyce Brothers' MIAMI' TIMES;
Office at 6740 M.W. 15th Avenue Phone OX ,1-0421 .... "
Successful < :
was because of the commentsof "Ten Days to a '::
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" a church member who be- Memory." It was her book that (-:< .< .p #,'IRIIIG,Ii RES'H'S.. : ,
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America con best (lead littled a certain priest who helped me to change lazy r
the world from ,racial and national antagonism when It occords used notes for his sermons. learning habits and informed .ii..iIUpMIUlIN1IIN INI
to every man regardless of race, creed or color his She remarked to Bishop me that there is no such thingas L "It<. '" HM' '''''' '.1< .,,, Lf'" ., .., -
human and (legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-the Shean, "How does he expectus a photographic mind, removing '
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that to remember his sermons if a block of inferiority LefrY.olrlay
all men ore hurt as long as anyone Is held back. he can't remember them him- from my mind.I .
self?" am now convinced that we .
I realized talks would all can improve our memories "' '" J';
my !
0 Thou whose bounty fills ,
my cup
have greater force if I could greatly and rapidly. I suggest, ili < QPERAlE HIS
With every blessing meet, rid myself of the notes. Recalling the methods I found, if one i
I give thee thanks for every drop, that I had once read a wants to be a speaker of note, ;-g I .,1.', ,, <
The bitter and the sweet.I book on memory improvement he must rid himself of notes. OWN BUSINESS

praise thee for the desert road "
And for the riverside; < ;: ,

For all thy goodness has bestowed Members of Sigma Gamma Rho from Mi- H.- I I'

And all thy grace denied.Jane ami .attending the 30th Boule in New York cIliotraned

Creindson City are Mabel Barlow, Eunice Liberty, Verneka -
Silva. Alzelina Pinkney, Allene Taylor and

MIAMI'S BIRTHDAYMiami Vadye Lee Morse. They return in time for the ,

had a birthday last Wednesday- workshop August 21.FLOWERS. '

,her 69th. Now she looks forward to three $ iIt1NyOUR

score and ten. That was considered old when : P __JUt-toO
she came into existence-not so today. The
times have changed.Ye OWN NEIGHBORHOOD EACH WEEK

Editor's first visit to Miami was in irS EASYI I ITS FUNIHer.'s !
1911, 64 years ago. He was merely passing : S ayr

through on his way to Tuskegee Institute, how....
Tuskegee, Ala., but spent three or four days 1. '
with his sister, Henrietta Sweeting who had FOR ALL OCCASIONS First you buy 11,copies.of theMiamLTimesfor

been domiciled in these parts some three years Artificial Arrangements Potted Plants 9ty. Sell them for 15$'a pieceYou'make' !; 66<

earlier.He Funeral Arrangements Our Specialty profit.With this profit plus you orlgtnQ[99< ,In*

was much impressed with this young vestment, you buy:22 more Miami times. Repeat
city, although it in his fondest "A Visual Message with Flowers CorsagesFor
was never the this process until you are selling 50 or more
dreams that eight years thence he would be Discriminating"Lowrie's
When are selling: 50 Miami Times,
papers. you
among the citizens of this part of the New
Flower Garden you will make $3.00 profit for yourself.each week.

World.However .
he is here and is proud of being '<) \ .. ., ,
6030 NW 7th AvenuePLEASE ,. .
in this great city. He has seen it grow and <<-CALL; WRITE OR"VISIT'OUR OFFICE

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'0 say that he has endeavored to contributethe 1 _, I I .......................IU
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betterment.With -
a population of more than a million,
Miami occupies a position among cities in the SUPPORT

United States of which she can be justly proud, < '
in spite of BANK TIL5P.M.
, any deficiencies \'*, <,:YOUR, I
Today Miami is looked upon as being one N 6 hr Kroh f
of the most progressive and most liberal''l': ,1YM&i: r'

cities in race relations. It would be ,- .. _. ._ ,, '-_. --..--
AT !
wonderful if many of her sister-cities could see ,h" d'y -
the wisdom of following the interracial pattern .. '
she has set. '::
HeightsRev. LINCOLNNATIONAL ''' :.,

YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKMany R. H Johnson, pastor ,'. -,,,4 ., '\)i. ,
Third Quarterly Con- "':< :--,... .
interesting speakers were heard ferqnce of the 11th Epis- :'
during the Urban League's convention at the copal District June 16 BANKOF ;;1. ; I

Eden Roc Hotel, Miami Beach, this week. through ing Elder June F. A.18.Allen Presid-In I .

On Sunday there was> Director Edwin C. charge. June 16 at 8 p.m. :, ; .
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Berry of the Chicago Chapter, who said discrimination Rev. Allen delivered the MIAMI.L >t., ," '.'
in the north is harder to break message. For the Lord is .' ",...;t "'
than in the South. good His mercy Is ever- ,,Full'Service Banking forAU the,People .
lasting and His truth en- ., : : :.I' t:
Among dignitaries present were Cardinal '
Shehan and Bishop Coleman Carroll of ,the dureth Business to session all generations.followed. ,:',t' .'., ,.'6013, N.W .7th AvenueU ." ',:,'/ ; <, (;k 1 :" ,
Roman Catholic Church the latter served June < ; ';,*,.,, as 18 Sunday School s<:;\ : *-<, :'\ :5fSf\:!'
first chairman of the Dade County Community 9:30 a.m. The 11 a.m. ser- ,"; "'."."< < <;,:, 4'I" / :'!.' "
Bi-Racial Committee. mon delivered by Rev. < .eM Zdtaon
Whitney Young, executive director of the as Allen we was listened highly'to the enjoyed word ;. ':'),:-{,': :,: '': ',' ... .I, .'- ; >:' / /1 t7, .. '
Urban League said, as a result of Civil Rights of God. w. ;' ".''\ f,<' .t '"" I< { 4: >f) '<"
demonstrations the League has been invited On June 16 In the 11 <". ': ; ,,'" < :;::' '< ; irt.Yi'l '
into 35 Southern communities. a.m. service the church : ,; : ;'::'<; "NOw.Providing J ;i. / ':

Clarence Coleman, Southern regional di- gave recognition to the <" ievtended..Balkinous? % i 1'i-
the following 1065 gradu- ,:, ) ,* : ; 'I'"
rector of the League said, "We deal with the ate members of Martin -; 'V < "

bread and butter issues of the racial problem." Memorial: Clarence Dean Tuesday *WednesdayThursds i : r "
The Urban the moppingup Drown. Ronald Harris .. ,. .r
League provides Alfred < ,' "'. 'SpO }' < .",,'1' tI,}.,",fm l'
i .
Hepburn. 'It :
operation in the fight for Civil Rights. It Johnson. Brenda < artiiio. .2:00: | >(1!

moves behind the shock troops like CORE and Cynthia Dennis.Linda Morris and L :,., : ,<" '>,' "l'v,' :. \J\i/. ;. ; :\ :'" .: .
the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Com- "t '. "i." "
Mrs. Rose Dickinson : : < ; /
reporter 'f \f. Fridays E'a, t z
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mittee.The : ;:, ; <>>:i 4< o
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League has asked Congress to make .C ' civil federal offense 1,,.;, .',.: am to.2:00" ,, Z$1\>' f'f't:
rights murders and beatings a *, <"' ,,S< < V''. adding ,them to the list of violations of -: 1 : ';,:,* .and" ;f1; :',.:' : 'f." :' ;'!:i :r::

the Civil Rights Act. iAM1ACMES 5:00" pin to 1:00't, ; ,," ; ."+
Atty. Morris Abrams of New York, a con .. I ',e .,' $- :' ';.j /\r.\r' ',
) :
stitutional lawyer, said, "You can protect a : } .
hog moving from one pasture of the United ADS .. Sitirileys 9:00.. 'I..N,1
States to another today under federal law !_

more adequately than you can a human being." ,-. t "' '

Greeting the conference was M. William BRING WALK-UP WINDOW OPEN '
Smith of Miami Beach, a member of the Miami '. 1 II"' ,., tRESULTS'
Chapter's board of trustees. He praised the Monday thru Friday<
change in the climate here over the last 20

years that now allows Negro and White groupsto .... I "* R 1 2:00 P.M. to &OO""P.M.= C > '
meet together in the same hotel. :
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r Oliver Guions has returned after a restful -

i time in Hot Springs, Ark. I
, Mrs. Milicent Wilson and daughter, Ven-
;da Rei are visiting in New York as guests of

Gracita Williams. _

Marie Wareham has been back now for

.about a week from her trip to Nassau. She
,and her foster children Raymond, Steven andBernice \
spent a delightful time with her cou- a wT a4a
sin Frederick "Friddle" Cooper who spared no ,

expense in seeing that they had a grand time.
Daughters Isabelle Robertson, Gloria Dunn and
Julita Pompey also shared the hospitality of

the Coopers in their fabulous East Street home. ,

Edna DeVeaux selected famed Atlantic 4 rttn a
City to spend a few days relaxing and then irth 'r iu ii Jjg 1s \

Philadelphia for a visit with friends. .. 1 .'.. tv .. ,
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Congrats to the Urban League for spon- Part of the dies guests at the Urban League Guild Btss Glosstr, Dr. Gilbert Porter, Mayor Cluck Hall and
soring a wonderful, enjoyable convention. Luncheon at the Eden Roc Saturday were Lindslty Kimball, Mrs. Blanche Galloway.ANNOUNCEMENT II
Brought oodles of nice folk to our town and Mrs. Mae Dtll Braynon, Col. Clark, Mrs. Maude Reid, Mrs.
an opportunity for us to greet old friends and

acquaintances.The } CELEBRATES 36TH 1
Gills Entertain VisitorsMr.
Poitiers and ANNIVERSARYWell
Joseph (Josephine) 1
children spent their vacation in Nassau. and Mrs. Hubert Gill of the Guild, Mrs. Georgia
was host and hostess to out- Walton, Mrs. Virginia Alexander wishers and friends
Chris Wareham will depart from these of town guest on August 3. and Mrs. Evelyn Frazier, helped Betyany Chapter No.
shores for a visit to Jamaica. His two weeks Members of the Atlanta who also had houre guest from 140 O.B.S celebrated its .
Urban League Guild, the St. San Francisco, Calif., Mrs' 36th Anniversary, July 18rht
trip will be a pleasure to his mother, brother Paul Minn. Guild, and the Rebecca Porter, who is visiting the Greater Isreal Bethel P.B.
and to himself. Chris is the custodian and Milwaukee Wis., Guild while Mrs. Frazier as house Church. 'We' wish"to thank all
handy man at the Holy Redeemer Roman attending the Urban League guest in Atlanta and Miami. who t)3ftft in making i the
Catholic Church on 71st St. Conference had a little timeto Other visiting Guild mem- affair such a spiritual as well
spend with Mamie Gill, the bers were Mrs. Lillian Balen- as a financial success. May
Delores Bethel and Betty Burroughs vacationed former president of the At- ger, of St. Paul Minn., and God Sis.bless all.
lanta Urban League Guild. It Mrs. Ruth Thomas of Mil- Katie Livingstone,
the Isle of the Pink Pearls.
W.M., Bro. L.O. Bodie,W.P.
was a happy occasion for the waukee, Wis.
Also selecting Nassau as a vacation retreat entire group, however, it hada A sightseeing tour was Sis.,Ruby Sis. Lee Addie Daniels, chairman -
special interest to class- planned for the guest by the Spencsi, co-
Mrs. Emily Delancy and chairman.
mates of Mamie as a reunion. Gills. The guest boarded a
Gregory, Veronica Russell and Roney Bryant. The four classmates were bus for Hialeah and other
together for the first time in points of interest and then to
Charles and Viola King visited in
many years were: Mrs. Rubye the home of the Gill? for din- WIN ESSAY CONTEST
Texas and New Mexico.Dr. Goodrum of Atlanta, Mrs. ner on their lovely out-door Mr. Joseph E. Jones and
Myrtle Lyons of Atlanta The following para-
Dr. patio. Incidentially it was the
Mrs. Addle Mae Mason of 640
and Mrs. Nathaniel Colston toured Dollle Rosemond Walker, of birthday of Hubert, therefore N.W. 6th Ct., Hallandale, an- graph was Inadvertently
the west coast during their vacation. U.S. Dept. Education: from Happy Birthday greetings were nounce the engagement of omitted from the accountof
Baltimore Md., and Mamie. in order for the host. the Sunday School and
"Kate Stirrup Dean is visiting in Los Other Guild members attending Mrs. Rachel Coleman was their daughter, Sandrel Jonesto of BTU Congress which appeared -
Benjamin F. Isom, son
Angeles I with her, daughter, ,Mrs.,, Charlotte the conference and introduced to the guest and the late Char He Isom, Sr. and In list weetttt
Jackson and her family. visiting the Gilts 'were'Mrs. was their hostess. Mr. Percy Mrs. Mildred Isom. Times'In
Pearl Reece, president of the Forbes, of St. Albans Long the Essay Contest.
Dolly Sweeting leaves Sunday for New Atlanta Guild, Miss Cleopatra Island, a long time friend of Cyprianna Straohan of St.
York Genitha Welch is in New York also. Love, of Macon and At- the host, helped to make the James won first prize;
lanta Ga., Mrs. Fannie Dow- visit comfortable and pleasant TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO Linda Robinson of Mt.
And on the same day Audrey Williamsand ner, Mrs. Lou v en i a Wheeler, for the visiting ladies.He CHURCH SUNDAY Olivette second and Coral
Mrs. Emma Bell, Mrs. Annie also shared in the birth;. Edwards of Mt. Zion
daughter Pamela will be leaving the Big
Doris Hall, former president day celebration for Hubert. third.
City heading home.

Orient Hanna is visiting her sons, Pem-
broke and Lofton of Goulds.

Ruth Young and daughter, Cheryle, of i Y ; .

Philadelphia, are vacationing as house guestsof
Sam and Alice Harrison.
or fo 1.
Happy birthday to Marian Hunter

Vadye L. Morse, David Ivey, Beatrice Flowers -

Marjorie Rhodes, Marie Hodge, Anna Mc-
Bride, Billy Bullard and Barabara Alexander.Mr. .
and Mrs. Hilary Gilbert and daughter ra J
Marce are vacationing in Salem, N.Y.
f r
Leon Ferguson has returned to Bexley 1 ifl
Ga. after visiting his mother, Mrs. Harriet

Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Lambert are vacationing -

in Albany, Ga.
Eugenia Williams and daughter, Nora
Jean are in Atlanta visiting relatives. ;
Angenoria and Fletcher Paschal have .
gone to Washington to be at the bedside of
Fletcher's father who is ill.

Henry McKinney and brother, Harold,
returned Wednesday from a week's vsit to 11Li

Nassau, Bahamas.Mr. .

and Mrs. Fred Miller returned from a
visit to New York. Returning via Nassau. They I

report on enjoyable time. !

t Peggy Ellison, teenage niece of Louis Bogie f. :.:

is visiting her trom St. Mary's, Ga. :.,,..: i:,:,: :.
The Loyal Buddies will have a house par- ..'Mm : .... j jIn
ty at the home of the Ted Plessy's Saturday

night Barbecue ribs and chicken will feature Alexander Gordon the
the menu. 1/69 gave English

sons.The Clarence Turners Jr, Clarence and Kenneth and Ruth and, and brother their another exhilarating activity to enjoy on the ice.

have returned home after a
John weeks Williams automobile tour of Washington, Brilliantly smooth, briskly dry Gordon's Gin. England's favourite indoor ice

four Philadelphia, New York and the World's Fair sport. After 196 years, still best-seller there. And here. In fact, the world "

and a visit with relatives in Detroit. over. Next summer dog day, take a tip from the cool-headed English. Since
you can't take an exhilarating spin on the ice, take a spot of Gordon's on it.
Mrs. Leola Carey Robinson of Norfolk,
Va. is in the city visiting relatives and friends. BIGGEST SELLER IN ENGLAND AMERICA.THE WORLD J Jtdepc


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The Urban Leaguers have had their big ...
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meet on the Beach and we hear tell that it wasa 1fI.

very successful and enjoyable one Lonnie 'troui i 'CLASSIFIED ADS :Y KS I Itw

Satin is doing one nighters on the Beach, as is

L. Crockett will be the stars of the opening of ;;:,;.'> WING RESULTS ,-:'" ,, ;:' ','
the Continental, by he ;
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Your boy will be back next week, GOOD !

Till then, please live life, every golden minute
DAVE BOHDU p of it. PEACE! 'd .

Remember a few weeks back, I wrote -- -- HUE' NOTE 'PAS'

about :the Kiwanis Club in the USA?. Well, DANCE ii iGiiT--sI 1 f _
let me tell you about the Kiwanis Interna- 5211.NW7A,* '
tional;.in Nassau I was invited to : "
have lunch
with them as the guest of my friend, Walter .,King John's: .Parisian Room, k-:Th..Prl. ndfi;.t pain-Town] ,.'

Wisdom, who at one time bought all of the .ADMISSION I :; V500 tRI.,-81.00,SATs-5OCUNL, ,4-I ,, jo o'IW
entertainment for the Cat and Fiddle
Club, and <
who is now managing the Banana Boat, and I Tirtd.on( long, .shows-, _, ;, ,YeM Dod: i'etote t ,,, I II
doing well with it. Anyhow, I spent the most ., ",, "" ,,,''; Come I in and say "hello" to:
delightful day I have had since I have been in KING JOHN ,FEATURES SMALLER' SHOWS ..f I I Elinor, Foots, Bessie, Betty, Inez, Betty Jo

Nassau There were a few speeches, and ao ,MORE,DANCING -.FUN' ',', *'* :* *,* *t* * * j

ish gazed Colonial around Hotel the ,room I noticed of the quite Sheraton a few Brit-familiar BEGIN OR END YOUR NIGHT AT' 'KING JOHN'S. :. : HAVE,,FW''WTIMIS;' -"AND ,ENJOY'" ,IOI* i,'.Ai *"'

faces. There were Dr. Cleveland Eneas, I PAR EARLY BIRD SHOW AT 4 .M., I ." COLDS!:COLD. BEEN -;FIHuMMt01S.; '

Errol Leach, Mark Bethel, Wilbur Bowe, I ,MATINEE., SUNDAY, >:-1.; O..UKlL., '., ':<;t. .,*.. HOME_ 'COOKED"'SOUSE .A vWCKQRY <
'. ;
Wayne Carmichael, Wenzel Granger, Chief MIAMI'S. LATE LATE, LATE SPOT t .
Immigration '" ;
Officer Father : f

Rowley, director of the; Nassau Granger News Dept., Bob of .King' ,John's: Parisian. tRoaMT .,.%' ':r9.' ;.' .t.here, or rtalouf t. ,* 1 V 0*;* "
the ? / -
Development Board ; Al Crowley and a SOCIAL CLUBS, .FRATERNITIESSOROAITIES: '\ '*.* +*+ * * *
dozen or so other visitors. : I
The Kiwanis, here on the Island, know I .CONTACT, ME FOR YOURW1NTER-"".... p, "' .AFFAIRS" >-' j I MEET OLD FRIENDS AND MAKE NEW ONES
nothing about a man's color, only his ability I ..PLAN NOW ,, ', I'wwwwwrwrrrrrwwrrwrrwrrwrrrwwa.
and talents count. I was introduced by Walter, .'

and accepted with a round of applause Mr. ,
Al Lenam, the president, welcomed me and the
other guests. In and Around

After lunch Rowly introduced a film call- i I i, J j
ed, "Lure of the Bahamas," and believe me the Bahamas I I .__"J L__,J L. ---- I
when I tell you, after seeing that film, I found

the that Bahamas.I have missed Things a lot I didn't of things know in existed.and around All Miss. daughter Henrietta of Maria Mr. and McIntosh 4? Mr. James Club .c I

Mrs. Joshua McIntosh, and w sr-1 !< <
in all, it was a nice luncheon, and a fine ex Oamett George Rolle, son of 1 CltllEI'H.W. 36111 MEET 2IID IYMI! 111' S
perience. Maybe someday the Kiwanis Clubsof Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rolle,
America will disregard the color of a man's were married on July 4 at the r!' PRESENT$l L I I 14.IF
St. John Baptist Cathedral by
skin, and take him for what
he is A HUMAN the Rev. O. A. Pratt.A reception
BEING. was held immediately after ,
at the home of the bride's

Sonny Payne and his trip going great parents. J

guns at the Yellow Bird. He has been playing Three hundred Haitians returned -
to a full house every night, and is wowing the to work on July 6 at
patrons with his showmanship. Sonny gave a Snake creek, Abaco after
show, having staged a strike becauseof a
at Her Majesty's Prison last Thursday. working conditions.
He felt that those who are shut in from the The Haitian Vice Council made
rest of the world should enjoy some pleasuresof representation to the management -
the outside Supt. Chad and Father Granger of the lumber mill and
made the the demands of the laborerswere
arrangements, along with Yours
Truly. To help out with the entertainment, the ----
f w9
fabulous Chickie Horne, who broke up the Hundreds of Bahamiau gathered .
place; and the featured vocalist and hand of at Clifford Park on July ,J, 1 iq I Y r
Sonny and his Sunglows. 5 and looked on as Sir Etienne >
received his Letters
Dupuch S S
This young man has a bright future aheadof Patent creating him a Knight CO-STARRING j
him He has the type of voice that is strong, Bachelor from the Governor, S
yet has golden charm. The show lasted for Sir Ralph Grey.,at the Queen's
Parade. Sir Etienne
Birthday _
two hours, and when Sonny Payne played his was knighted in the Queen'sNew O PI
rendition of "Old Man River," the prison inmates Year Honor List but preferred ,
went wild. Drummers may come and to receive the honor f I I :' :

go, but the world's greatest is Sonny Payne, in than among from his the friends hand at of home the so-ra- I i J !j. : ; I .,.,.
my opinion. vereign. 'A'NE". :Wlld.1I St_t ro,,';'.',',*'..C,

I shall return to Miami on the 10th of A ry hotel costing
August and will see y'all then. approximately $560,000 is tp \ ti s1IR 6w1N A oS Aug. 6-7-8
be built I opposite the Esplanade O11t0
Pretty Girl of The on West Bay Street.A S
Week: Phyllis Branch 60-year( lease has been taken t1 aaas etik ti t I Igt11Y
Pretty Boy of the on the George Morley o CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT
property know as Harbor N Aaoteir Nit fTknJtjr -LoJiti Hit*
Week: Dr. Gilbert L. Tassdar -
View and the Anchorage, anda Seda e ote
Porter. 60-room( structure has been F a t, B.it.rboll, Ywr Host & M.C.
Policeman of the planned. be1aaa ,0o J J'r
Week: Big Nick.
After deliberating for 15
Disc Jockey of the minutes a Supreme Court jury
Week: Peter Conners, returned a verdict of guilt a- ,
WGBS. ganist 20-year-old( Emmanuel :-: :-: sx: : : : ; : .: I s
Mus grove broke into the Cas-
QUICK NOTE DEPT: tle Royal Restaurant and Bar
Around Miami Town, meantime, Bill on Wulff and Kemp Roads and "I 18 PERSON sr'

Harris, the debonair and handsome guy of the stole $50.40 from a juke box.Smllin WEDNESDAY THRftUfiH ( ...
Sattelite Lounge, has gone to New York to ,
visit his family for about ten days. We hopehe MONDAY

has a ball! Dave Akins and Maxie New-
bold groups are still at the My Cousins Place. rr
They had good crowds last weekend, every 1k< "DAVE AKINS
night. You jazz lovers who haven't heard them Trio

don't know what you are missing.
a9t4ti Maxie He who Id jJzEvery h
While across the street at the James Club
they are featuring Laverne Baker and the Bell
Brothers for the weekend. Benny Lattimer and Night Except TuesdayCONTINUOUS

Freddie Scott alternate with Billy Miranda and HANK REGGIE'Z

his Royal Shieks to keep the music going for ,., ... ; > ENTERTAINMENT:: HANIE MOORE
your dancing pleasure This is the big week t :
for the Continental Club opening. It is a gasser. W.leoa
Swing Eweryoas
Eddie Lee Pitt- ....c.e ? Everyone, S/ '
man, popular local businessman QC\ e9
Dana Dorsey Chapman and Portia Ban- 1* the new own \s\c. MY COUSIN'S PLACE p place
nister take off this weekend for Texas to the er c' the Dive-Inn Bar IIITECL..1:0' :
1772 NW 79lh St. Phone
Iota Phi Lambda National Sorority meet, and (591-9431.)! He invite all (Fomtrly tli. Smith Brothers CIb'm207' '
are going on into Mexico before returning his old friends to come .
home Don't forget Christian Hospital this unit Everyone meet welcome new friends.Indf NW 36 STr and 2.11 AVE13 ATHE
Saturday. They need the blood.



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..8. THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday,.August, 6'u1965.uu. .__uu..u.u..u.--_. rm. ...'... : '. .Y":1
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I "WuriiSi; riMii: iSt rs "'tutlr iE t l-LO'J lJf5e ; I II' ' *J 7Jft .T ,.
I'\. u "'4 .--# -__=_.. g i1h.,/jti:< '. "" <. ','>i "' ; a Junior Model. .
'" .u..u m.
? Lt'r: ., '
Michel dren in his country. Christianity to that Mohammedan alms. It's sickening, the : "
I P. Khemlri, a WeekOne
; the
from The 37-year-old leader, land. Rev. Khemiria reported."Propagating \ ; '>:o ft\ ,
Christian minister Tun the Gospel : .. ,, ,. .'
I' six other Tunisians who lying i4 ) ." ..v' 'R ):.. >
isia, is in the Miami area and "Children are just subversive, but \,., ,,1'i. 1 '
seeking aid to build an orphanage claim to be the only native in the streets getting along by is considered
i, unfortunate chit Christian there, plan to take reaching out their hands forH the country help." is too poor to refuse

I lie believes that the con-
\ i'I struction 'of the orphanage
I It will be '
: '" will cost $25,000.
fashioned after home and educational -
: institutions, and
will begin with 32 children,
ages four or five.
The Rev )Khemiri is sche-
I I duled to speak at the following
Bethel Baptist Church,
., Richmond Heights, Rev. L. R.
ftoss, pastor, Sunday Aug. -P P
i 8, 11 a.m4 Sunday August 15, J
11 a.m., Antioch Baptist
Church, 2799 N.W. 46th St.,
Rev. O. S. Stevenson, pastor.
Sunday Aug. 22, 11 a.m., St.
: Luke Baptist Church, Rev.P. .
) W. Williams, pastor N.W.
WOA.H 18th Ave. and 55th St. and
Aug. 29, 11 a.m. St. Mary's
I Baptist Church, Coconut
Grove, Rev. W. F. Tanner,
pastor.Khemiri has been in Miami .,. .. ".
(formerly WMET) three months and plans to remain 8:
six more. lie is collect-
ing clothing from churchesto I QaF4
be sent back to his six associates ,'
Brings Country & Western Music to be distributed to a d

the poor children, and plansto
approach businessmen for by one you are meeting the Mr. Bond Junior
to the Miami area donations to buy equipment for Models. This lovely lady Ophelia Mitvans, came from
the orphanage. Cuba, four years ago. She graduated from Miami Jack-
son in 1964 and attended the Florida College of Medical
SUNDAY AUGUST 1 Technology. This busy Miss who is constantlyin
demand as a model at the Mr. Bond Socials, does
TEACHERS ATTEND still find time to relax with her hobbies of sewingand
IS THE START OF THE STAMPEDE TRAINING INSTITUTE cooking. She plays a mean game of volleyball on
Mrs. Janet B. Woods of Avalon photo.

St. are attending a -
AFTERNOONS JOHNNY HUDSON MORE MUSIC, WITH training institute for elementary
school teachers at the
University Miami.
Thirty-six teachers from
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422 NW 22nd Terr. revival meeting 11
Federation Aaa'nThe Rev. W. A Curry pastor In session. Preaching ser-
vices will begin Monday L
monthly Union of Services will begin] I :
the Ushers' federation Sunday with Sunday August 9-20 The lEvangelist -

Association met on last School at 9:30 a.m. Supt. Boyd Tram Albany,
Ga. will conduct the
fourth Sunday at New Terrance Hill, presiding
Bethany M. B. Church =assisted by his staff of I preaching services at 8 MT. SINAI BAPTISTRev.
BAPTIST MNISTERS Rev. F. L. Carter pastor teachers. Rev. Curry will I I p.m. You are invited.
The program was give the review of the Baptism services will S. A. Thomas pastorOn
COUNCIL be held the fourth Sun-
lesson.At .
the delegates
i uniquely planned by the Sunday -
The Baptist Ministers' ushers of New Bethany. the morning worship day, August 22. All candl- that attended the
Council met at St. Luke Bap- This is our smallest board the pastor will deliver dates who are already Seventh Annual Sessionof
tist church Wednesday at (two members) and they s the message. Choir waiting for baptism are the Sunday School and
11:45 a.m, with the chaplain. are doing a superb job. No. 2 will render music.A asked to please be pres- Baptist Training Union in
Rev. W. O. Mundy conducting The Ushers' Association is pew rally will terminate ent along with the new West Palm Beach gave
the devotion. very proud of them. at the conclusion of ones at that time Be their reports. Delegates
President T. Johnson then Rev. J. C Nelson pastor the service. present at 10:30 a.m. and were Doris Butler Fred-
,spoke on the lack of punctuality of Pilgrim Rest M. B. ACE League will meet bring a change of gar- die Ann King Richard M.
on the part of the brethren Church delivered the at 6 p.m. with Bro. Car ments. Greene, James and Leslie
and ter, president assisted by There will be two dinner Thomas The .
urged them to be on message. His text was "LITTLE HSS ST. PAUL" superintendent -
taken from Acts 3:4-5: Lucile Parsley. sales Saturday one at of our Sunday School
time.The Bible expositor, the I've got Jesus And That's Last Thursday night, July Evening worship the the church selling barbecue : and the director of o u r
Rev. P. W. Williams, discus- Enough." We were gracefully 29, the Little Miss SU Paul message will be deliveredby potatoes and other Baptist Training Union
sed in its fulness the lesson preached to and the Contest was held. The 'winning the pastor or his ap- eats phone 758-0922. The also accompanied the dele-
pointee. Music will be furnished other at the home of Sis. gates. Mrs. L. E. Thomas
for the week, subject "Chris, Holy Ghost was in the contestant is Kathy -
dan Growth Through Fellow midst. Amount raised Cole. First runner-up Gloria by Choir No. 1. Christine Wright: 1138 NW who is a member of the
ship." $82.25. Branham 2nd runner-up Jac- The pastor along with 58th Terr., phone 758-1724. church and also dean of

The Rev. L. M. McNeil a The Union Is held quetta Bland. Kathy received atrophy the delegates from the You may stop by either Religious Education of
visitor, made brief remarks. fourth Sunday afternoon every bouquet of roses and Sunday School will be or both places or call for the district was in atten-

Rev. T. Johnson, is presi- in each month at each all, expense trip to Jackson-, leaving after evening ser- delivery. dance to the congress. Our
dent and Rev. Harold Brown church that is a member. vile The other two received vice for Jacksonville to This is sponsored by the congress this year was
p.b. The monthly mass meet- money. Entering the contest attend the State Trimeetln young matrons. one of the best and the
ing wherein all ushersare also were Roberta Barber, which will We Remember the sick and largest in the history of
..- invited to Ernestine Drayton, Annie held at Edward Waters those grieved over the the congress.
held Thursday attend is Sarah Jackson.. and College Aug. 9-13. loss of loved ones. Vacation Bible Schoolwas
preceding -
held this
Lutherine past
the fourth Sun- Pamnore. Friends are always Invited --
I to worship at Allen NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. The principal this year
day.We TEMPLE BAPTISTThe "The church witha was Mrs. Llnnle Carey,
are asking our sister W. E. Sims, pastorA. who did a fine Job with
churches to come oat and No. 2 Choir, Mrs. M. welcome the people and a" programfor L. Stephens reporterThe the assistance of her very.
sit in on the mass and or Hall, president, will sponsor membership of New efficient staff.
Union meeting and see a "Hog-Killing Contest", BETHLEHEM Hope Baptist thanks each Prayer services leading
how they are carried out. Sunday at 3:30 P.m. An interesting of you for your help in UD to our revival will begin -
We have a goal of eleven program is promised. 1475 NW 58th Terr. making our pastor's sec- Monday Aug. 9 at 8
churches; at present we Friends are invited. Rev. Oscar West pastor ond anniversary a success p.m.On
have nine. The women are looking forward Sunday was Fellowship spiritually and financially. August 16. preaching
This Union is of great to organizing for their 'Day at Bethlehemh. Sis. Special thanks to the following services will begin. Our
value to the churches In- amual drive. They will be Pethrona Johnson Joined ministers and their evangelist this year is the
volved. All of the finance, selecting officers at an early under Christian Experience congregations: Revs. D. Rev. John Weslev Lowe
l 'that is raised remains at during baptism. At A. Bradley, Roscoe Jack- of Alanby, Ga? All are invited -
, the church where the date.The Missionary Society, morning worship Thomas son. W. M. Slater, P. W. to attend and bring
union is held There is a Mrs. Florence Hepburn, presi- Miller united with us. The Williams and C. J. Burpeywho friends.
banner which goes to the dent, will host the city-wide seven new candidates and delivered the anni- Our monthly "All Aux-
church that raises the mission on Sunday, Aug. 15. four under Chrstlan experience versary sermon. A lovely iliarv Night" will be held.<
highest amount of banquet climaxed the an- Sunday at 7 p.m. The ser-
money. Sick mcmbers'who arc hospitalized were given the
At the present time New niversary. Our pastor vice this month is spon-
are: Mrs. Eva Law- ordinance of fellowship.S'ervice' .
The Antioch Baptist Shiloh ,has the banner. rence, Mrs. Catherine Bush is' held 'each says thanks and may God sored by: the deacon, trustee "
Church family and friends The next Union will be Mrs. Daisy M. Joyner, Harry service forever bless and keep and deaconess boards.
were greatly inspired by held at Peaceful Sunday. Morning each of you.Prayer A wonderful program is
Zion M McKenzie, Jackson Memorial
; 11 and ser-
a a.m. evenng meeting for our planned. Deacon J. D. Allen
program presented by B. Church 2400 NW 68th Mrs. Muriel WallaceMU Sinai. -
the youth of Antioch in St., Rev. C. vice 7 p.m. revival will begin Mon- is in charge of t h i s
P. Preston A sincere for their
prayer Usher Board No. 1 i is
observance of Youth Day pastor. day night August 9 thru program.
on the third Sunday in speedy recovery 'and for all making plans for its anniversary Aug. 13. Preaching will August 29 the YounWomen's
July The theme was It will be held the the shutins.It on the fourth begin Aug. 15 tbru the League. will pre-
"What Should Christianity fourth Sunday in August. was good to'see; BrotherStafford Sunday. 27. Let us plan now to attend sent their annual tea at
Mean to Today's Youth?" The ushers' mass meetingwill Bain in church Sunday The members are in and invite a friend. the Bonded Collection
Miss Joyce Chambliss. be held Thursday morning. He had been absent deepest sympathy with The church's annual Agency Community Roomat
the morning speaker was night preceding the 4th for a month, suffering Deacon Williams, Deacon picnic Is this Saturday. 3:?O( to 5:30: pm. The
superb. She brought out Sunday. All ushers are from a fractured ankle. Newberry and the De- Transportation will leave public is cordially invited.
many facts as she held the invited to attend Deepest sympathy' to Mrs. laughters in the loss of the church at 10 a.m. The theme of this year's
congregation's attention Deacon Edwin Ramsey Lillian Williams and family their loved ones. You are invited to attend tea is "The Orange Blossom -
throughout her speech. president; Willie J. Beard, whose sister died recently in Mrs. Doris Blount, a the Battle of Songs ."
' One in particular was reporter; Rev. Fred L. New Jersey. teacher at Bethune Elementary -' this Sunday at 3 p.m.
"Children obey your parents Carter pastor. visited us on sponsored by the No. 1 KELLY'S CHAPELThis
in the Lord for this EBENEZER METHODIST Sunday. Visitors are always -' choir. Let us continue in
is right. Honor thy father welcome at the prayer for the sick and month the Com-
and mother, which Rev. A. D. Hall, pastor mission on Stewardshipand
is the "Going Church for a shut ins. Plan to attend
first commandment with METROPOLITANRev. E. Ingram, reporter coming Christ." the church of your choice Finance, Mrs. Mary

promise." J. J. Wiliams pastorM. The public is cordially invited M. T. Hopkins reporter throughout Sunday. Prince chairman directed -
The evening by our pastor Rev. W.
speech was .
( delivered by one of Anti- Bannerman, reporter to attend Fashion L. Hubert Is beginning its
s och's youth, Hezeklah The members and Show-Tea, Sunday, August 8, ANTIOCH BAPTIST Liberty Choir Calendar of Activities for
friends of from 4 to 6 sponsoredbyChoir
Pratt. It was most inspirational Metropolitan p.m. this conference year. All
Informative and enjoyed a wonderful ser- No. 1 featuring Miss' 1899 NW 64th Street Union to Meet auxiliaries of Kelly's
challenging. The youth vice on last Sunday. Choir Ruby Curry as guest model. Rev. P. W. Wiggins pastor Chapel are participating.
ushers under the direc- No. 1 furnished the music There will be other members Willie Powell, reporter At Mt. AaronThe Sunday from 3 to 5 p.m.
tion of Mrs. Gladys RobInson and Usher Boards 1 and 2 participating. This is an an- The second Sund the Woman's Society of
were at their best. served nual affair of the choir, to August will be the church Liberty Choir Union Christian Service. Mrs.
Hats off to Mesdames Rev. J. J. Williams miss this, you would have anniversary. All mem- will convene at the above Lemmie WMitchell.
LillIe Ross and Emma L. preached from the 23rd missed a treat. The choir is bers are asked for a donation church Sunday, Aug. 8 at president. Is sponsoring a
(, Graham directresses of chapter, 19th verse of composed of many young adult of $5.00 for t his 3 p.m. Everyone Is invited. "Late Summer Benefit
the Youth Day Obser- Numbers. The very inspiring members of the church with occasion. The third Sun The presidents and[ Sip." Mrs. Thelma Devoe,
vance for a well planned sermon was entitled the graciously smiling Mrs. day at 3 p.m. will be the pastor wish to express; vice president is chair-
program. "God is Real." I'm Louise Strachan, serving' as anniversary of the dea- their overwhelming grat- man for this activity. The
May we express our sure everyone was spiritually president and Mrs Maybell cons and deaconesses. The titude to their friends and I public is cordially invited
grateful gratitude to uplifted. The doorsof Porter, organist second Saturday in Aug. visitors for helping to, to attend and be Inspired
everyone who attended the church were open- The pastor is away attend- a sale will be at the make our program of by musical and literary
both services especially ed by the pastor and an ing the Pastors Refresher parsonage sponsored by: July 11 a success. numbers.
the participants. May altar prayer was offered School in Waveland,Mississippi the men of Antioch. The choirs of the August 9 the Annual
God bless you richly is our for everyone. Baptism for infants and August 11 a talent show union are extending a 1 Church School Picnic pro-
prayer. reception of members will be sponsored by group No. 2, hearty welcome to each 1 moted by Mrs. Violet Wilson -
Rev. P. W. Wiggins is THANKS PROM TilE the third Sunday ,August 15, Deacon H. Lundy, captain. and everyone. You are invited will We held at Virginia
the minister. CHAIRMAN The Holy Communion will be to come out and 1 Beach. Bus fares are
administered to the sick and NEW witness another children 50 cents teenage
I wish to thank all of shut-ins the MACEDONIA great 75 cents
ZION I on pastors return spirtual and adults $1.00.
HOPE+ H.B. program
you who worked so faithfully from school. 3165 NW 50th Street Buses will leave the
i Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor to help us make our Usher Board No. 2 will be Rev. Roscoe Jackson The Mistress of ceremonies church 7105 NW 15th

Elizabeth Jackson, reporter Youth Day a success. in charge of class meeting on Willie J. Beard reporter Mrs. Wonza for Jones the p.m. is Ave. at 9:30: a.m. and re-
of Corinth
There will be a program Special thanks to my Tuesday night We are looking Choir No. 1 will begin Baptist Church, turn at 4:30: p.m. We are
for appointing me forward to worship in after looking forward to
Tuesday night after an celebrating its third anniversary Rev. C. C. Cowsen seeing
meeting in behalf of prayer' chairman. the captainsand f service at St. Mary Methodist Friday with a The pastor. all, members and friends.
Usher Gospel Chorus
of f
Board No. l's Anniversary all of you for your Church Sunday, August 15, musical program featur- Miami hostess Remember the family
support. with Choir No. 1 and Usher ing Mrs. Rose that prays together
The Junior Choir is going some of Miami's most Canada vice stays
to have an after service Another special thanksto i Board No.2 serving. outstanding choirs and together.
gram Sunday night and is ask pro Mrs. Doris Cline our Mrs.Geneva Murray and Mrs. groups.On Last Sunday before
big everybody to please attend. morning guest speaker.I Susie Morgan attended the Saturday there will CANDLELIGHT TEA AT members of the congrega-
The pastor extends a warm am also very grateful School of Missions in Lakeland be an all-day dinner sale BETHANY SATURDAYThe tion renewed their faith
welcome to all visitors. to the followingpeople Florida, as representatives beginning at 12 noon. by'Partaking of the Holy
: Miss,Marilyn Scott, of the Wesleyan Service Telephone 633-2340 for Bethany S.D.A. Usher Communion our pastor
Miss Jo Ann Forte Miss Guild on last,week end. delivery. This will be held Board cordially invites you to; greatly inspired them
SUPPORTYOUR Sammye Griffin MissSandra The men of the church areworkina at the church.On their Annual Candlelight Tea with the message, "This
Smith Miss Laura hard toward their An- Sunday afternoon at on Saturday' night, August 7, Do in Remebrance of i
Williams Miss Carletha nual Men's Day Rally, which 3 p.m. the choir will con- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Me." The Junior and Sen I
Marshall Frank Parrish will terminate August 29. clude its anniversary with Herbert' C. Long, 5000 ,N.W. ,for Choirs led the con-
Altamese McPhee Samuel Friends, you are welcome'to another musical program. 24th Ave., at 8-10 P.m. Quest; gregatlon in singing I
YMCA Lowe and our co-chair'to Ebenezer. Let us not Please come and sup- speaker is Mrs. Robert L. "Jinw Great Thou Art" !
man Betty Barkley. get the sick and shut<4ns. port them. Woodfork.: Just before the sermon.

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. Aunust A. 1965 11

U llI.CALLS LEAGUE FOR Re oiution of: ;Fulfillment. for :Negro Citizens' I

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Whitney M. Young Jr., executive director of the Na-

anal Urban League, called for "A Revolution of Ful- This "agenda for the future" is based on the recognition
llmcnt" for .Negro citizens which will enable them toke that the robot the Negro male must be strengthened failing the South for making more rapid strides
advantage of new opportunities.In "if the Negro family is to emerge with strengthand than the North in civil rights, he predicted that beyondtoday's
a keynote address opening its 55th annual con- stability from a father who can share responsibilitieswithin racial unrest looms the promise of "A society of
.erence Young said, "We have created a glorious revolution the family and serve as "sole model" to his children equality and excellence justice and of unity,undividedby
to change the spirit, laws and institutions oferica. ." distinctions. of race, unshackled by issues of class,
Now we must have a,Revolution of Fulfillmentat The agenda includes: unbowed by fears of want.

will call forth all the grandeur and greatness that is (1) Retraining workers made jobless by automation; The League director ripped "the apostles of vio
our (Negro) people." (2) creation of a National work Corps to create needed lence" guilty of spreading turmoil and strife in many ci-
Young said the civil rights movement must "ask of public works; (3) hiking the minimum wage'from $1.25 to ties. Just laws, he said, must be upheld and violators
egro citizens to strive for excellence just as it demandsf $1.50 an hour; and expanding its coverage to embraceover punished. "The voices of discord and hate must be
white citizens that they, strive for equality. 4,000,000 domestic, agricultural and service wor- drawned under the crushing weight of enlightened public
| "Just:as wepress for equality without we must pre- kers not presently covered. opinion," he said. "For it is public opinion-not the
are for excellence within. To win one without the otherto Also "more realistically meeting the health and wel- courts of the police-which is the final bulwark of our
to lead a half life-a dismal, stifling existence, de- fare needs" of the family by creating (4) "a nation-wide democratic institutions. A public which does not cherishits
oid of meaning, usefulness and,fulfillment." Many Ne- network of community health and information centers"; laws with an outspoken courage will soon see them
oes, he warned, will resent high standards "as an affront (5) "a national health insurance plan to assure quality trampled underfoot by those who strike in the dark."
just as inflexible whites regard equality as an af- medical care to all citizc zs"; and (6) breaking the "color Young told some 1,1000 League officials and supporters
>ront." line" in child ado..(ions. gathered for the opening of the five-day conference -
The League director said that Negroes and whitesust Also, Young asked for (7) making the Federal "Op- that "the life chances of Negroes" must be speedily
adopt the same agenda,for the future. Today, he be- eration Headstart" program for pre-school children per- improved. Every second colored families lives in poverty
ieves, the races are not communicating on the same manent and universal; (8) establishment of a national compared to every fifth white family; Negro income is
ave length.' Whites are concerned mainly with an end to vocational education plan at the high school and post- just 55 per cent that of white income, unemployment and
rotests while Negroes want improvements in their eco- high school level "to prepare our youth for the modem infant mortality are twice as high and 44 per cent of all
omic lot. world of work;" and (9) a system of direct Federal pay- Negroes live in slums compared with 13 per cent for
"The Negro citizens want racial peace, yes; but a ments to needy high school and college students to keep white families. Some 25 per cent of Negro women are separated
ace based on 'justice. He wants order, yes; but what them in school.In and living apart from their husbands compared to
[former Supreme Court Justice) Oliver Wendell Holmes housing, Young seeks a (10) Federal fair housingact 8 per cent of all white women and 56 per cent of all Negro -
balled "order based on law"-the same law for black mens 'to break up the immoral and restrictive convenents children "at some time" Deceived public aid com-
for white. We stand for progress, yes. But progress |in which have produced a system of intolerable and inhumane pared with 8 per cent for white children.
hick our role is that of equals and brothers, in whichthe ghettos" which confine Negroes. He praised the new Administration The conference theme is "Action Now to Close the
[ quest in our nation is based"on partnership, no pa- rent subsidy plan but warned that big cities Gap: America's Great Opportunity." The interracial Ur-
ernalism'" will decline unless the ghetto walls are tom down. ban' League, founded in 1911,is a professional, communi
Young ticked off figures pointing up the! gap between "This nation is ready to move ahead," Young as- ty-service organization having branches in 72 cities set
(he economic levels of Negro and white citizens and cal serted. "All the opinion poll show it; the White House up to aid Negroes and other disadvantaged citizens, ob-
lied for a 10-point program to remedy the ills of poverty shows it; the Congress shows it; even the people of the tain equal opportunities in health, housing, education,
and accompanying family disorganization. South, where resistance has been greatest, show it." and employment.

P. MATTHEWS FREEWILL MT. TABORRev. McGhaney MT. CALVARY MB. Carver Ranches NewsWalter I
P. S. Brown pastor
eVe J. B. Woodley, pastor Dessie Crockett reporter SpeaksHe Rev. S. Atchison, pastor
;leretta Corlis, reporter Woman's Day Drive Is Constance Carter, reporter Blach Jr., left his first birthday Aug. 10.
on again at Mt. Tabor. that believeth shall Tuesday for Nassau, Bahamas -
The youth of the church will
The spirit was high all day
Sister Merchant. chair- not make haste. Isa. 28:16.: be in charge of services on where he will vacation New Macedonia Baptist
day. Our pastor deliveredth man and Sister S. Butler, Many of us miss God's Sunday. They will perform at for a week or two. Church 2201 SW 48th
> sermons. Don't forget co-chairman are request- guidance by doing thingstoo their best, with encouragementfrom Ave. will present musical
ayer meeting for revival ing the of soon. Had we waited Won't Star Light Lodge No. program at 3 p.m. Sunday.
cooperation you. you support
eting will begin August 3- until God 542 will meet The adult
each member and friendin enabled us to them? Friday nightat young choir is
Preaching will begin Aug. see under the Masonic Hall having wash
this clearly the Old-fashioned homemadeice a car at the
final fund
13. The Rev. W. II. Huewitt
illumination of His Pembroke Road. church.
raising drive of the Holy cream will be on sale Sun- Bring your cars
Quitman, Ga., revivalist.ou year.
Spirit would and trucks.
we avoid
day,August 8, in behalf of ourMen's
are invited on Aug. 8, fore meeting will mistakes which bring Star of Bethlehem Bap
Day. You are invited to -
the third
anniversary celebration of commence Sun-
disaster in our lives and tist of West Hollywood Mrs. Charles
Mr. and
come out and treat the family.
sher Board No. 1 Rev. W.M. day in August. The entire affairs.
organizing program will Brown of 3800 SW 26th St.
avis will deliver the is
sermon. attend community Mrs. Catherine (Big AN710CH BAPTIST convene Aug. 22 under are proud parents of a
Mama) Hicks of 2261 NW the Atlantic Coast Assoc- daughter born July 25.
Grace PresbyterianThe Attend Bible class Fri- 153rd St. told me t hat The second Sunday in August iation. Rev. L A. Thompson

pastor and his fam day at 8 p.m. and attend the only way that she can will be the church anniver- will preside. Washington Park Home-
the church of your choice make It from sary. All members are asked
1y are happy to be back day to day owners Association holds
1 Miami after a month'sacatfon Sunday; is to keep her hand in the for a donation of $5.00 for this Leonard Da Vinci Dun- monthly meetings in Car-
occasion. The third Sunday at
with relatives In .. unchanging hands of God.I can, son of Mr. and Mrs. ver Ranches. All homeowners "
------------- 3 will be the anniversaryof
lichipan, Ohio and West think if we all would p.m. Richard Duncan 1700 SW please be present.
Irginia. I Non-Surgical Office just let go and let God the Deacons second Saturdayin Deacon- 50th Ave., is celebratinf Businss of importance.WOOLWORTH.'S.
Vacation Bible Schoolas I Treatment 1 we would find a great esses.
sale will be at the
August a
change in our lives. Try
completed Its first | RUPTUREPILES the
sponsored by
eek and will have one it, will you? parsonage
ore full and excitingeek. I Rectal Diseases, Varicose So until a later date, if men of the church. August 11a
| Veins, Prostate No I God's will thanks apd God talent' show sponsored by
2. Deacon H. Lundy
Let us remember thate lost time Discard Truss I bless you all. group

Lord's work is year- Upon Correction of Rupture. .
round and let us rememer I Low cost. I r GRAND OPENING*"**

to attend worship as I DR. LONG'S CLINIC
'ell as to be kind everyay I 1545 SW 1st St.-FR 3-27481 August 9th {'I )Iu .

to our.fellowman. I._____________J 3 .: 'American and Foreign 8'J :' w

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Church No. 1, 301 of Mt.N.W.Zionptist 9th CALLMI'II S 696-0250 696-0251 |;

extends a very cordial

vitatlon to each and every Fox { 2680 NW 62nd St. Jj
lie to join with them in a Fel- : -,. Y
wship Tea on Sunday, Au- FOR ,
st 8, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the
urch. A well rounded pro- STOCKSBONDSMUTUAL
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is 4.
planned and Mrs. FUNDS -
liellie Estes is guest speaker. ;
I Arthur King, director;
fcacon Thomas Jakes, presi- r. THE SHERMAN HOTEL Ii
fnt; and Rev. Edward T.

f aham, minister. t AND ANNEX ,

Wpb'' NA1p'r'

Hackett wish, to of thank the Church Fr. Earl ofe -.Z +t Air COldJlo! ld ,LovNp.i i!

|autiful Incarnation and sacred, for matrimony such a I t FOR YouRcoNVEIr1EUCE '"t;;". i Special SavinffH on l k g. 1.87

fral rvice Lee of Robbins Mr. and, on Mrs.July Ge-2. Pndl.II.1INVESTMEIT J COLOR TV IN LOBBY : I tsx, t MUSLIN SHEETSFirst

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o gave gifts, which were All rooms contain wall to wall carpeting, f
ry pretty and useful.Mr. CORPORATION i <
7648 Biscayn Blvd. phone and bath quality, sturdy cotton
and Mrs. General Lee Miami Florida 33138 :, 'f muslin sheets are made to with-

Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Willie PHONE 76MMS I Permanent Guests: $8 & $9 per week f stand wear and tear-to :take 6 9

I many washings. Strong, rein-
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super savings. Stock up!
; Double Occupancy"'II
81 x 108" Flat or Full Fitted 1.99 72 x 108" flat

NOTICE TO PARENTS (July thru September) :.t I Matching Pillow Case ......._44c or twin fitted

Completely furnished 1 bedroom opts. Light ,

BE HELD DAILY AT JACKSON TODDLEINN ', gas and water free. 22.00 per week. Available I in Miami, Miami Stack, Coral Gables, Ptrrint,

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1 12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 6. 1965 _____ __. _
: Salters Chapel alone
Thomas Richard Thurston, In sad, but loving memoryof with the pastor are look-

I CARDS MEMORIALSDEATHS of 3095 N.W. 43rd St., passed our father and mother, the ing forward 'to the State
away July 30. He was a pioneer late, Trlconvention next weekIn

citizen of Miami having _. .... "....,....... JIl\a Jacksonville
-- hoping
lived here for 54 Survivors '-
years. to
see many friends there.
-- --- ---
are his wife, Mrs. Virginia -
Everyone Is still
IMMEMORIAL CARD OF THANKSWe CARD OF THANKS"Ood Thurston, 6 sons; 6 about the Sunday talking School
I daughters; 11 grand children; convention ,
In loving of at Clewis ton-
memory ZephAmbroze
my brother Rev.
dear the family of the late Is our refuge and strength 1 The Rev. J, iBlacknell
huaband sisters Salaletta Pratt of
help in 2 ,
.. JOHN HOLMES a very present preached the
"'--- Deerfield and Marian Baker of opening ser-
who passed on July 24, wishto trouble". mon.
thank all of their neighbors The family of the lateTHEODORE the Bahamas and friends., and other Services relatives There will be dinners on

and friends for their help and .
sale at the church Satur-
will be held Saturday 1 p.m.
sympathy during the death of day. Sunday we will
at the Church of God, 1821 go
their beloved one. \ N.W. 2nd Court. to Bethlehem Baptist
Special thanks to the j Church
i at 3 p.m.> to render
Richardson Funeral Home, iJ. n9i Mrs Mae Eunice Minns, of : service, 'Rev. Wiggins | -

Rev. Wade and the St. Mark. ,,' k 1550 N.W. 56th St. passed Is the pastor. Don'tforget
Baptist Church,various lodges ,,, ., away at Jackson Memorial \\I II't the Calendar Tea
Y Household of Ruth, Good Samaritan Hospital July 30. She lived in __ SIMON PETER on the fourth Sunday
and for \
Love Charity, Miami for the past 46 years. afternoon .at the home of
their fine services rendered.Mrs. i ; t' Survivors are her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Ran-

Mentoria Holmes .hi. a Frank T. Minna; 1 daughter, M. kins. For choir No. 1

And Family Winifred Rogers, 1 brother, On the fifth Sunday
Austin Ledden; 1 grand child .
.t.r will be the Usher Board
) and otherrelatives and friends. w V No.1 anniversary. The
.. *
IN MEMORIAMIn Services were held Tuesday, third Sunday at 3 p.m.
,' 1 p.m. at St. Mary's Weslyn the Junior Church will

WALTER PERKINS loving-memory of my be- BULLARDwho Church. hold its monthly pro-
who departed this life July loved husband, father and
22,, 1963.It grandfather, passed away July .15, Thomas Frazier, of 1770 gram.Mrs. Verdell Ridgly Is
has been two years since 1965, wish to thank our many N.W. 76th St. passed away at
left but t s friends for so many kind acts Jackson Memorial Hospital < A In the Christian Hosptal.
you us, we can never Q
forget those pleasant smiles Y q in our hour of sorrow. Special July 29.He is survived by his Stop by and say hello to

and moments we lived to- thanks to the young women, wife, -Mrs. Oussie Frazier; 2 her. Many of our mem-

gether. Sadly missed by wife, Young Matron Home Mission, daughters, Jo Helen Frazierand bers are gone away on
Gertrude and Family Choir No. 1 and our pastor, Rosetta Simmons; 1 son, I their vacation may the

: a- ., k Rev. J. E. Jenkins of Friend- Boisy Frazier; 2 brothers, Lord keep them safe and

CARD OF THANKSThe ship M.B.Church. Many thanksto George and Freddie Frazier; from danger. We are very
% i ikM Mrs. Essie Mae Bush, Mrs. a niece Jennie L. Oliver and i sorry to hear of the deathof

family of the late RuthHysmith, Mr. James Paul, other relatives and friends. Jonathan Thurston's
Mr. Richard Devoe, Elite So- Services were held f: father. The funeral will

;cial and Savings club,Mitchell 3:30: p.m. in the Tuesday'l be Saturday. Don't for-
Magic City Cab Co.,Socialable I get the sick and shutins.
Savings Club of Cleveland, Mrs. Amelia Jackson, of -MINNIE- -- A. JOHNSONIt Mrs. Hattie McCloud.

Ohio, neighbors of Apt. 360 1995 N.W. 48th St. passed Mrs. Willie Thorpe and
N.W. 22nd Terr., Magic and away July 30 at the Para Vil- has been just one year ago Mrs. Verdele Ridgley

Harlem Cab Association, la Nursing Home. She is sur- that you departed from us, but '

neighbors of N.W. 48th St., vived by 3 daughters, Leola the loving memories of you, MT. ZION AMEOptIocka
that we cherish so dearly
Mrs. Crawford Mrs. Marble
Seabrooks, Irene Williams and
I make it seem as just yester-
Hatcher, Mrs. Viola Carey, Marjorie Jackson; 3 sons,
Brother Fred and Naomi, Bro- Hudy, Willie and James, and day that we bade you our last Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor

ther Edward, Mr. and Mrs. other relatives and friends. farewell. Evelena Glenn reporterWe
Willie C. Simon and many, Services are incomplete.Miss Rest eternal grant them, 0
more. A very special thank Lord, and may they rest in were happy to have
back from his
our pastor
to the Francis Funeral peace.
you Margaret Rapley, of
vacation. He brought to
Home. 6309 N.W. 17th Ave died August Helen Weems and Susan the
congregation a won-
who departed this life, August 1. She is survived by her
Rosa Lee Sharpe, Daughter Woodside, daughters derful message last SUn-
ELDER JAMES POtTIER 11, 1964. mother, Mrs. Hattie Rapley; 3
Barbara Rivers Daughter And Family day morning. Rev. A.
wish to thank the manjfriendi One sad and lonely year sisters, Mary Clark, Rosa
and neighbors during our be. year has been so empty with Quintin Pinkston Tammy Thomas and Lessie Debron; Smith brought another

reavement for your letters, out. Lynn Sharpe DeCarlo Carr 6 brother, Jerry, Sidney, John MT. CARMELRev. message on Sunday night.
cards telegrams floral There is an open gate at the Grand children The women of Mt. Zion
Aubry, Frank and Pete and
pieces and donations. Thanks end of the road Leroy 0. Sharpe & John other relatives and friends. D. A. Bradley, pastor will have a barbecue
I ., Rivers, sons-in-law Louise McGriff, reporter beach party at Virghla
to Bishop O.Wallace and members Through which each must go ''Services Thursday 3 p.m. in
of the Church of God. alone Johnny, William, Edward, the chapel With the help of the Key Beach on Saturday
K Special i thanks to the And there is a light we cannotsee Willie, Calvan, Freddie, good Lord we are plan- night, Aug. 21 beginning

Richardson Funeral Home for Bonnie Bullard, brothers Staff Sgt. Joseph A. Flun- ning on having a great at 6 pm. The public is invited -

their kindness and hospitality Our Father claims his own. Ethel Black, Anna Ragins, ory, passed away August 1. revival. Come and be to attend.

shown us during our bereave- I still love you. Estella Graham, Diana He is survived by his wife, with us. The Rev. K. E. All parents are askedto
Mitchell and Jeanie Bul- of send their
ment. Jo Ann Rogers Miami children out
Flunory; 2 daughters
Louise Davis lard, sistersALBERT 1 son;stepmother, Mrs. Blanche will preach out of his to League Sunday at 5:30:
Sarah Johnson, Daughter And Family soul.
Flunory; 1 brother, Theodore Come and hear him. p.m.
James, Joseph & Iston
Poitier, Sons ; 1 sister Marquetta
IN MEMORIAMIn Thompson and other relativesand
CARD OF THANKSThe Willie Ester Cobb, 1260 friends. Services incom-
loving memory of our N.W. 71st St., died July 28 in plete. Uittroln 4Hf! mrtLttvukHAS 1
family of the late dear mother and grandmother Jackson Memorial Hosptial.

HENRY P. C. SCAVELLAwish _________m___ Services were conducted Wed- Edward Daniels, passed
to thank the many friendsfor nesday, from Kingdom Hall. away in New York, August 2. Preintirment. plots of 8 grove spaces or less

all forms of kindnesses afforded try d Survivors are wife, Mrs. Alice He is survived by 2 sisters, ALSO I I. td I ate tingle grove space interment
them in their hour of Cobb, 4 sons, John, Robert, Mrs. Zilly Oakley and Mrs.
sorrow. Willie,Jr., James; 3 daughters Ella Hobbs; 4 aunts, Mary Boxes and vault permittedWe

Special thanks to the Mesdames Peggy Ann Mc- James, Lee Simmons, Corine are not full and we are still doing business

Range Funeral Home, Fr. Clendon, Dorothy, Naomi; 2 Smith and Ernestine Preston; Open six days a week to serve you
Tookes of St. Francis Xavier: aunts, Mesdames Ada Ed- 3 uncles, Emanuel, Charlieand
Catholic Church and the neigh wards and Rebecca Cobb. K. C. Gary; 4 nieces; 1 Gates open 7 days for your convenience

bors of 14th Terrace and N.W. nephew and other relativesand 3001 HI 46TH STREET NE HID
72nd St. May God bless all of Mrs. Rosie Chavris, 1461
1 friends. Services .will be E. Johnson Manager Horn phon OX 19199THOUGHTFUL
you. N.W. 5th Ct., died July 26, held Monday 2 p.m. at Mt.
in the Jackson Memorial Hospital Sinai.

The Family Survivors are sister,
fqk Mrs. Louise Bowens of Pen-

x sacola, Fla., 2 nieces, 1 nep- FRANCISBertie
IN MEMORIAM hew. Services Saturday 10 a.m.
Earl Ru''erts of r kM

In loving memory of our LUCY TBATE in the Liberty. City Chapel. 3509 Marler Ave., Coconut
dear mother who departed this life August Grove was DOA at Jackson

3, 1958. Hospital on Aug. 2. Time of
Gone, but not forgotten. May funeral services to be an-
passed August 8, 1963. God's perpetual light shine nounced over local radio sta-
Gone but not forgotten.The upon you. tion. Survivors include his
mother; Mrs. Romalia Roberts;
Family Mrs. Altamease Jones, and r1wpLucius : 1 daughter; Miss JacquelineE. fQ

Mrs. Lucy M. Teate, dghts. Roberts; 2 brothers, Mil-
Eugene Davidson Jr., son lard and Godfrey Roberts; 2

IN MEMORIAMIn sisters, Miss Daphne Roberts ,,. ,
and Mrs. Ida R. Akins; 2 aunts r wF
dear mother loving memory of my DEATH NOTICEMiss Mrs. Charity Major and Mrs. ; BEAUTIFUL SERVICESOur

Harriett Bethel; 1 uncle; Mr.
W Eliza Olivia Dean, a Sam Houston and a host of ability and desire to

pioneer citizen died on Sat- other relatives and friends.
carry out your wishes, together -
urday, July 31 in the Chris-
tian Hospital. with our experience,
Miss Dean faithful
was a '
/( mean a service that is
member of St. Agnes Episco- famjly of the late
pal Church and was funeralized Breedlove, 1889 HAROLD DEAN conducted with beauty and
N.W. 63rd St. died August 3.
Thursday morning with solemn, wishes to thank everyone for
"Survivors= are sister, Mrs. An- understanding-to comfort.
Requiem Mass, Fr. LambertL. their donations of flowers, r'
nie Williams 2 brothers Hen-
Sands, officiating. inter- cars, cards, telegrams etc.
and Roscoe, 1 daughter, 1 c)
ment was in Lincoln Memorial ry Also thanks to His Beatitude
Cemetery, Range Funeralin son. Services Saturday 3 P.m. Peter IV, Patriarch, the Very
charge. She is survived by from the Liberty City Chapel.Jim Rev. Canon Charles F. Cooper "My Father In Heaven, helpme

two nieces, Mrs Mamie Far- ; St. Peter's African Orthodox never to forget Thy Love

I: rlngton of N.Y.' City and Miss Princeton Foote, died, P.O.August Box 130 1. Cathedral, the Rev. Fr. 'i4I t look up to me In the
., Sylvia Dean, Nassau, Ba- Stafford J. Sweeting St. Matthews '
---- Arrangements are incompleteat ; beauty of the flower ."
OUSSIE JONES hamas, Mrs. Nina Ingraham this time. O.A. Church, Coconut John
who departed this life Augustof and daughter Mrs. Lillian Mc- Grove, members of St. Peter's -{: Henry Jowerf

1959. Phee of Miami, a God child Infant ArtlsJames i i, Ready, A.O. Church, and the Ra- : TI y Oscar L.
How sweet the memory. Mrs Wilhelmina Parker and died hamings Funeral Home. Again Range,
1385 N.W. 68ft Terr.,
several other relatives here thanks.
Clarence Turner and hi Nassau, Bahamas who July 29. Graveside services we say z Fmtral Horn*

And Family mourn her passing. were held Monday 11 ajn. Mrs Lillian Dean & Family _



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 6, 1965 13

\ ; ; .. NO QUALIFYING sr Store DRIVERS. Apply at
Gift' SSI: FIEDFOR 1'1 Society Cab Office 269. N.W.
: 4-bedroom CBS. dining OPA LOCKA AREA with a going business.
: : room PI., room fUlly Beer and wine license. 21st Street. Indl
furnished, only $600 down 1 Bedroom, Furn. $20 OX 1-9549 or NE 9-9127.
2 Bedroom Furn. 124
Wonderful for large pays fani 1 Bedroom, Unfurn. $15 NO QUALIFYING 3- needing extra money, part
SALE FOR SALE ily. Total $10'600Cal'- 2 Bedroom, Unfurn. $18 bedroom 2 bath, Carol time nite jobs. Hours 5:30
anytime A. BenKor'Realtor Call Mickint Rental wall to 11. Janitorial contractor -
SEE THE NEW City area, wall to
WEST apply 46 SW 1st St.
5420 S. W. ,19th Street room. 2 bath quality built, Call 612 NW 60th si. Agency 681.8213 carpet, drapes, refrigerator Fla. Employment office.
anytime 7512243.NO well and pump
home ,
:: Open 1-5 Sunday,
CARVER RANCHES Employer paid adv..
4622 NW 21 Ave. PL fenced yard, $350 down, _
|g 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Flam 1-3604. QUALIFYING FURN. 1-bedroom take over GI mort. 864- SERVICE STATION op-
CBS, partially fume Total $13,500 and $82 (a apt. 1775 NW garage 3370 after 6 p.m. erator. NW section. No
down. $25 week. Buy month 84 St.,
00 pays all, 3-bed- rent. Commission deal.
o rent. No qualifying. Own FHA terms only $500 dn. room CBS plus Fla- room. aw cal1 owner' PLANTS OF ALL KINDS Very little cash for right
JA 3.3441 or 3733304. payment. Seller pays Spotless home in LIb-
best locator Are now on sale at man. 667-1639.
closing costs. Don't forget $3.500 down 1475
move THE erty City Nursery
to call WIG SALON w i 1 I
15750 N.W. 17th Ct. for appoint right
A. Ben-Korl Pick NW 67 St. Ask for Alonzo IMPORTER. Human hair
up clean
in ment. Ask for Mr. style and
|ke new 4 bedroom CBS Murray Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. deliver Kellv. phone 691-0685, hand and machine made
fenced Fenster Realty Broker your wig at your
the Park. Large Call anytime 751-2243. '
rd freshly painted, near PL 9-8779. convenience, call 681-1751, 3-BEDROOM CBS, FHA wigs, wiglets hair pieces,
2198* All Baba Ave, factory prices. FR 3-6950.
[hool. This is a bargain at GORGEOUS HOME locka. Opa approved home plenty of

0,000, $300 down and only 3-bedroom 1% bath, 3-bedroom, 2 bath CBS. fruit trees, fenced yard, ---- -.
7 month. No closing costs central heat, air condi- fenced beautiful land- haruwood floors, only
cys at Life Realty, Broker, tioned including appliances scaped yard corner lot, ROOM in private home, $250 down. Seller pays FOR SALE
>32 N.W.7th Ave. PL 94371. large lot. Location beautiful kitchen air conditioned near bus stop. Phone OX closing costs. "A hot ueal"
en evenings, Sundays. 3250 NW 171 St. FlU central heat, 1-7056. 1871 NW 87 St. Open Sun- 5303 N.W. 5th Avenue
onliy $400 down payment. awning. This is a beau- day 1-u p.m. Fensier
ART OF MANOR PARK Seller pays closing costs. tiful home for the 4032 NW 23 Ave. 1-bed- Realty, Broker PL 9-
3S, 2 bedroom, carport, ap- Drive by then call Fen- fessional who wants pro- room cottage, part furn .8779. ask for Mr. Murray. Open Sat and Sun. 1.5 p.m.

[iances, freshly painted, inhd ster Realty, Broker PL everything in a home Child OK. $65 month, 2-bedroom CBS with Come end Sao 3 bedrooms. ,
out. Price is $9,500, 9-8779. special built awnings. 691-4668. double carport, hardwood 2 baths, extra largo, Fla
00 down and $59 month. Total l $20,200 will take floors, air conditioner, room, large living room,
{eys at Life Realty, Broker, $350 DOWN $58 MONTH $2,000 down. A. Ben- 2-bed apt. (urn. Adults appliances location 1863: largo dining room, kitchen,
?32N.W. 7th''Ave. PL 94371. CBS doll house. 2 por- Kori Realtor, 612 NW 60 $30 wk. Near NW 7 Ave. N\\1 88 Terr. FHA. Lrive garage. Also separate
pen evenings and Sundays. ches, like new, large lot, St. Call anytime 751-2243. and 46 St. PL 7-6070. by and call Fenster Real- apartment for Income on
many fruit trees. See 1834 ty, Broker, PL 9-8779. two corner duplex lots.
8441 N.W. 24th Oaldeview Avenueear NW 88 St. Owner WI ALMOST A MANSION LIVE RENT FREE. 12- Many" extras, space to
room dunlex CBS 4712! build another house.
5-9888. 3-bedroom with swimming
}est Little River I Elem. Something special for NW 16 Ave. Small down Terms arranged.
pool double lot.
someone special first
chools. $200 down, $89 mo.
HOME AND EXTRA LOT time offered built special pavment no closing cost wonaertul location near
o qualifying. Owner 373-3304 -- -
$300 down $63 month by a builder for himself, easy terms, near school NW 36 Si.: and 17 Ave.

2023.25 N.W. 43rd Street for CBS 2-bed. 2 tfath and 3-bedroom, 2 baths, plus 0829.and shopping call 541-
corner lot. 7710 NW 8 shower and bathroom Inutility
o CLOSING COSTS Ave. Owner 945-9886. room, large kitchenall 1
fodern CBS duplex. Only formica, brand new ROOM. Private home ) LTBIIl..v ,
600 down and $90 a 339 NW 39th STEET 600 dollar refrigerator, Prefer man, phone 757-
onth. Live rent free 4149. '
Lovely large 2-bed stove beautiful hardwood : '
-bedrooms ,
each side ;
large porch CBS. floors full dining SERVICE CAUL ,$3,00
easy room.
[lie roof, aoollances 1-BEDROOM APT. furn., I I
terms. Owner WI 5-9886. This is in
at Life Broker
ey Realty 1850. 7!) -3001.
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL area east of 7th Ave. 6343411RENTAL
fe-4371. 2 BEDOOM HOMES Total 22000. A. Ben-
Open Sunday LARGE 3-bedroom house.
Owner must sell 3 lovely Kori Realtor, 612 NW 60 I SALES SERVICE I
venings. large homes. Very. St. Call anytime 751-2243. $32.50 weekly 633-2429. ,,

IKE NEW CBS $250 very l low prices See and i Dixie' Rental Agency Inc. Radio, Phono; T.V.

!own and $58 month. call, 39 NW 29 St., 728 $350 MONTHNO l J
alousied windows, re- NW 48 St. 819 NW 77 St. QUALIFYINGMove duplex. .Open 99Sftlicftou
$22.50 and $25
inshed floors, new kit- Low prices, will amaze right in this new- 33,3-2429''. Dixie weekly Rental .."
hen cabinets and fix- Owner 9458S! .
. ly painted two bedroom Agency, Inc.1BEDROOM.
ures. This house is like $195 DOWN MOVE IN home. Only $65 a month iiuuuff.NuauRRaMuhIJRNst
rand new. Key at Life 2 bed home, large lot. Full price 6250. Next DUPLEX \

l ealty, Broker 4932 NW Call owner 945-9886. door lot available for. $17 weekly, 633-5429 ii Mhmi i
7 Ave. PL
9-4371. Open $1,500 with nothing down Dixie Rental Agency Inc.
! -
evenings and Properties For Sale "-mmM .
Sunday. See 2914 NW 57 St. Owner LOVELY HOMESOPEN
I Broward and Dade NE 3-2664 days. l-BEDROOM COTTAGE. I: NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTS
.OVELY CBS,' large Fla. 2-bedroom, 1 bath CBS NEt
: om separate garage, with living room. dining $15 weekly, 633-2429. DixIe Terms Loss Thou Rest .
. -arpetlng. sprinkler sys- room and carporte. Price 2-BEDROOM 2 BATH Rental Agency, Inc.lBEDROOM .
em. Price Is $11,000, $350 9500. $300 down. $54.69per $78 month pays all. Total N
I town and $68 month. Key month. 5343 SW 19 $11,000 only $350 dn. apt. $15 5 2S2I N.N NTH STREET .
: it Life Realty, Broker, St. West Hollywood. FHA terms. This is the week. no children 2-bed- H ((1111'I | look txpomtvo. To see .t U to boy ...) n
i 932 NW most beautiful custom room house. $18.50. 1-
) H4371. Open 7 Sunday Ave. and PL built home, and is ideal bedroom furn, $19. 2| jl om a broad HOW boottiftl 3 bedroom, 2 both with HH

venings. 3-bPdroom! 1 and bath hard CBS for a couple who are looking 2020 NW 62nd Street family room and garagt. 1 block from school, 1 block gjH

wth carporte for the test, so spotless from Losses md 4 blocks from North tide Shopping NCenter.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH wood floors $600 $69 per and charming you 7th AVE. 4901 store. $100
545N.E. 153rd Terrace.Near month. Price $12,000, one won't want to miss this, a i month or sell 5 units. .5 NN

ulford School. CBS! hard bank mortgage. you will love it. A. Ben- Call 377-870. 8020 N.W. 21ST AVENUE NN
Food floors, tile roof, awn- ,
Corl Realtor 612 NW; 60
PJs.FHA terms, only $9,900. St. Call anytime 751-2243. CLEAN furnished room, Bw.tlfsl CBS 3 bedroom, two bat, oak floors, the H
1250 down. $57 mo. I will pay CONSCIOUS? with modern conveniences roof Md carport. $450 down. $85 Month. H
111 closing I costs. Owner See 1720 NW 50 St. MI- BARGAINSDoll including kitchen, N
13.3304. ami. Duplex] CBS 2-bed- House good location call 754-1452. = -0- MH

rooms and bath each side. total Cornerlot N
1370 N.W. 87th Street Price $16.000. one bank double garage, 2-bed- Duplex. 1-bedroom furnished -
200 down. $58 month. Lovely mortgage finance. For Information room, Fla. room. Very very quiet neighborhood large 2 bedroom, 2 bath, plot Flo roo.. Oily 2 H
bedroom home, painted in call collect lice total $9,500. total nice yard, $20 a years old. By appointment only. II
nd out, air cond., stove. Percy Johnson. reg. real $10.600. $76 month 2- week. A. Ben-Kori Realtor N
:>Uiet residential area. Fast estate broker, 927-2977, bed-room, Fla. room, $350 612 NW 60th St. Call -0- N

ossession. Owner 373-3304, Hollywood. down. Tile roof. A. Ben- anytime 751-2243. UI== 84SI O. 22KD PLACE II

[IKE NEW CBS-FreshV BEDROOM, 2 St.Kori: Call Realtor anytime, 612 751-2243.NW 60 NEW LOVELY HOMES N Lovely CBS, 2 bedroom, ook floors, and the !,,'. H

painted inside and bath nice size living room, I $12,900 total price. H
>ut Our best bargain at low down payment. FHA N
SPECIAL THIS WEEKMr. Open 3.5 p.m. -c--
{7,000 $250 down andnly available open Sun. 12-6. and Mrs. Home I II III
$43.79 month FHA Call mornings 8->ll, buyers!! Thanks to the 1835 N.W. 41st Street ,I "I .... Dill AYEIIE

ear school bus, shop- 532-4160. hundreds of people who 3 large bedroom! 2 baths, :I: G rgtof. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, hardwood. floors, tile S
ing Don't miss this. Fla garage electric : roof. hilts kltckoR aid borbocoo.I
'eys visited our 3-bedroom 2 room, I $500 down plot U
at Life
Realty 1608 NW 51st bath models on 1131 and kitchen cloth. menhir.
er 4D32 NW 7 Ave. PL 3bedrooms. Pine N co.t..t17.97 M
-4371.. Open and 1141 NW 75 St. Our one FOR SALE N --0- NNN
Sunday Fla. room. awn-
panelled model is sold and isstill
venings 1 Ings all around fenced. left. Location 1141 one NW Large Lots All Sizes : I3BI. N.KK2ND STREET =rN =

$90 month, $1,500 down 75 St. Open Sunday from Liberty City,Coconut Grove .
16500 N.W. 24th Avenue price 11500. phone and Gorgeoss CBS, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, II laced toner

Like new 2-bedroom see owner 371-6546. 1 Realty pm. until Broker sold., Fenster PL 98779. Easy TermsNo I: lot. $450 down, $13,50) total trice. =

BS in Bunche Park. Money Down N N
reshly painted Inside 5 MINUTES to Liberty -- -0-
nd out, new fixtures, City, 3- droom CBS and APARTMENT, 2960 NW BUILD ON YOUR LOT OR UI 1109 N.E SfflD STREET 8
vely yard a Bargain at Fla. room, air conditioned, 61[ St. phone 633-2786. In OURS .
-500, $200 down and fenced In on 86 St. $450 nice quiet neighborhood. Broad HOW OS, 2 bedrooms, on toner lot. Ono NNN
DIy $49 month. No clos- iwn, $79 month, total Cash Paid for Lots Homes watt offer. $60 per math pays dl. N

costs. Keys at Life price $13,500 FHA. DUPLEX 2-4>edroom, fur- Need Money? Call Baron eIPECIAL I
alty, Broker. 4932 NW McNicholas Real Estate nlshed.[ $28 per week 1810 =
.e. PL 9-4371. Open 7927 NW 7th Ave. NW 50 St. Call 634-8018. JE 8.1340 II
undays and evenings. PL 1-7592 =! NOTICE!




3 Large Bedrooms NO CLOSING COSTS .. .. .. .
; $ 1,000 -- ---.f 20 MonthS

Florida Room, Furn. 1931 N.W. 92nd Street ,: 2.000 -..-..-.-.........$ 30 Month. iNEWS REALTY Inc. ]

2 Baths, Garage and *Lovely like-new 2 bedrooms : $10,000 .....................$100 Month

work shop. Lot is CBS. Huge Fla room, port: : LOANS ON VACANT LOTS, HOMES OR ACREAGE r FOR YOU S
50x143 furnished. Vo- THE BROKER THAT VQflKS
Feet Sly Carport. : lot and 2nd Mortgages .
$7,500 cant. Call owner.6336539DAYS. 4740 N.W. TTH AYE. PL HH6 S
ft. I. Iflroi Merfgages
KEY REALTY | = (Open Soidoy from 1 p.*.) SBBiiinll NiroNN

1& 1.5311 I : PL 4-4098 EVENINGS 14535 N.E. 5th Avtnut Mortgajp Broker
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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 6, 1965

1. .______________________.......... '--____ .. .I..OO..I. .... .. ....

< $""' ... ..... .""-A>'\/'Io Carver YMCA Activities 1.r'
t4Jt 1 o.p111ift.
een ., .
I A., Louis portlock Memorial Saturday In memory or '1f'
'hti.t.n: ., .. ',' :'. 'f. .' '/ yeI Camp ScholarshipFund the late Louis Portlock. .' '1_.. f'",... ,1ac..f. \ ri "ft
,. rn'' 11, to provide camping Jr., member of the Boardof ...rB'Z' ,
'..'h, ,1". ...', ", Management and for- r .'<,)f ,
.. "A......" .. ,., < .. experiences for promising
*' ",10. t< {, ,11 of the r
., \ \ (# .. youngsters was set up mer chairman)
: "'?- :t\ -: .. Xfii"g!
> :. d. : WI'Rft. ; ., George Washington Car- .,
h', ,> ./ ."" ...... ... ''' } Branch YMCA. The f'f't t
<\'\ Jt "t..t""" yJii..>". ...""'. >4L'" u. .. .
1 1"I: ,.ro. award fund was estab- By Lawrence B. Cooper

lished by friends class-

t mates with consent of the Every now .and then we, like to get awa,
i I Are you interested in becoming a doctor a lawyer, anengineer family. It will be super- from the well judged and grave wisdom tha
i ,a nurse or a secretary?Maybe you haven't selected vised and administered by
any of these as to what you would like to do in the future. the Carver Camp Com- this column is noted for and get down wit:]

The important thing is whether or not you have made any mittee. The recipient is to the average reader.
plans as to what you would like to do. be chosen for leadership
Man I like that opening. Read it
If you have completed high school and you are preparing .. abilty ambition and per-
for college you'should have completed plans as to your fu- .. sonality rather than for again!

ture. The freshman or sophomore should now be considering / reasons of economic de- What we are really trying to do is writ
,what he would like to do in the future and the junior or senior ', t' '. privation. This year's favorite
/ a few lines about our subject-fishinj
student are fully interested in preparing for his plansas \ camper will be selected bya
much as possible since he has already selected his ca- : ,/ committee composed of we hate to "bug" our millions of reader::

reer. Jefford Smith chairman; with such smelly wordings.On .

It is important that we start preparing for our vocational Sgt; Leroy Smith and S. Monday we pursued our favorite pas
plans during school, so that we would be able to select the J. Ramsey.
time. We made reservation for a trip on the.
subjects in high school that are most beneficial to us. For Leaders of the Carver
example you are looking forward to becoming a secretary Camp period staff visited Sea Hawk III, a party boat that leaves fron

you should take as many subjects as possible in the busi- Rudolph Brown Jr., son of Camp Florida on Lake Pier 5. But let's start from the beginning.We .

ness field such as typewriting, shorthand bookkeeping, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Brown, Placid on Saturday, July had to go by bus (that's none of you
etc. during high school. graduated July 24 from West
31. After a tour of the site
One who makes plans in advance is the one who will Orange High School, Orange and a supper the Carver business!1)) and the crazy MTA bus broke<

most likely be successful in the future. For by making plans N. J.Rudolph Staff met in combined down sow e missed the 9:30 a.m. boat. As lucl

in advances you can start preparing in your community, by originally lived in session with the Camp would have it, the boat came limping bad
doing little things that can help in your plans and you can Uberty City where he was a Staff that will be retained after minutes out-engine trouble. W
ten <
start in your home, church and school also. student of Holmes Elementary for the purpose of
Now that the opportunity is here, we should reach out School, but moved to West Ironing out any difficul- were determined to go fishing so we waited

for unlimited horizons. We should not let the color of our Orange some years ago. ties on promotion. Attend until a mechanic came and fixed the troublec
skins keep us for struggling for jobs that will helpin Mrs. Delia Sawyer and Mrs.
away ing were S. J. Ramsey engine. At 2 p.m. we set sail, or whatever they;
making us great American men and women. Try hard for Zannetha Brown, his grand- Carver executive Le-
; Sgt. call it. On the blue waters of the Gull
something big in the future. Once there was a time that only parents, and Dianna Brown, Smith
roy camp security
a few jobs that we could find. However, today's changes his sister, were all present at director' and Riflery instructor stream we drift fished. We are here to tell you

should give us the greatest desire to see and want to be the graduation. ; 'tAlfred Scott that it was a wonderful trip. We caught one
something in life. We should not let little obstacles standin Rudolph says hello to all recreation
camp director; lousy fish. Something that was unfit for the
our way and we should not give up. Make a great sacrificefor his friends. will attend To- Oscar Edwads Jr.
what you want and make a determination now that yo u kyo College in Missouri in the cabin counselor and Wil- table. You ever heard of a sand eeel? Yep?il

I will get it. fall. liam Francis counselor In was a beauty, though !

I ______ ______ around
training. We have "messed" these water
.': .;i. v ; .:;::";-- ':'<, ";" : k. :<:
I ::* ;: ; Joifi. *; "tv RE-TAMP CAMP for years, boy and man, and then we let a teen-

: Highlights.':' of : PollBearers: ,JuonventwnBy ,1 There will be an over ager from Philly come here and snag a

... -............... m .",--.""'_ ::."'"" _:........-....,.....;.; ., .ik- ?:' ". ,' nlcrht camp at the Carver 28-pound king fish. I tried my best to bargain
for all
BLONEVA MONROEThe by a visit from their ailing meals served. Also the he Lake)boys Placid attending with him for $3 but he was stubbord. Just

38th Annual Sessionof grand president, the graceful and courteous Carnn.: The event will be imagine the fish lie I could have told !
the Grand United Order Rev. A T. Stone. This young waitresses under
on Friday Aug. 13 from But this is lie. Jack did miss
no we really
of Pall Bearers of was just the first of three supervision of Mrs. J. 4 p.m. to 12 noon Satur-
America. Inc., convened visits that he made to the W. Paris and all the kind day. Aug. 14 a limited two "somethings" that tore up our double

July 14-17 with LodgesNo. convention the last beingon people of Ft. Pierce In number of excamperswho hook riggings. What ever they were, bent our

9, 14, 26 42 49 and 83 Saturday morning whose homes the dele- are now too old to rod into a half 'O' and before we could turn

at Ft. Pierce. All business when he made what some gates were so graciously attend Camp Florida will the "crank" two times the rod whiplashedin
sessions were held at St. of the delegates termed received. To the Eastern he permitted to attend.
Mark's Baptist Church, his annual address. The Star and Heroines of These persons are asked our face. It became sickingly light.

Rev. Charles Evans pas- most striking sight was Jericho who entertainedthe to register immediately. Just as a matter of interest to you, maybe,

tor.Most that of the loyal Grand delegates at the Mt. COOKIE SALEEXTENDED we went out with Capt. Alex, his relief cap-
of the delegateswere Vice President Bro. J. H. Olllve Baptist auditorium
tain and mate Stewart
and Mate Miles. Mike
in town by 2 o'clock Thomas standing beside Thursday evening. To each
Wednesday afternoon. The the grand president hold- and all of you the Grand. The Carver Branch received Metro was in charge of reservations for the

f Housing Committee underthe ing him by the arm to Lodge says. thank you. -, re-order-of camp Sea Hawk III.
( supervision of its give him support while he cookies in order that
chairman Mrs. spoke. Such loyalty Is seldom campers may earn a
r Pearl The Now and then beat the bush and
Butler did a fine Job of seen. devotional services greater porton of ex- we try
placing them. On Thursday afternoon were under the leader- penses. The sale deadline to point out to the younger generation the opportunities

At 3 o'clock the 1965 there was a sightseeing ship of the Grand Chaplain has been extended to that lie dormant here in Florida,
Rev. A. D. Aug. 21 Cookies will
Hall of he
session was called to or- motorcade from Ft. Pierceto Miami with the followng issued to any boy registered Miami, especially just for the taking.
der. Because of illness the Cape Kennedy. All who
ministers participating: for the camp period.All .
Grand President Rev. A. took the opportunity of
T. Stone was unable to be making the 90-mile trip Revs. F. L. Smith Miami; proceeds are creditedto Tony J. Bown a Philadelphia youth of 24

present at the opening, so certainly enjoyed a treat. Pierce Rev. H. C. White Fort the campers account. came to Miami just nine months ago Recentlyhe
; Byrd R. J. Cllffin
the Grand Vice President On Friday morning the and L.C.P Hall applied for and took a test for the Florida

Bro. John H. Tho- memorial service honor- Pierce. Fort National Guard. He passed On Tuesday nighthe
mas took over and ably ing the 142 members who SOUTH DADE NEWSBy
handled the Job. passed Sway during the was sworn in by Major John D. Walker as

The evening program recess of the Grand Lodgewas At 2 p.m. Saturday after Mrs Susie Williams the first Negro member of the Florida Co. B

was held at Bethel Bap- Impressive. After the fellowshlpplng and singing Sunday afternoon Rev.J. National Guard. His home base will be on 7th

tist Church Rev. C. Byrd service the meeting was of the song "God Be E. Murray deliveredthe Ave. and 28th St. He is the son Mrs. Icelean
pastor. The key to the turned over to the Inter- With You Till We Meet Mt. Moriah Baptist
city was presented by the mediate and Juvenile Again," the 38th annual Church anniversary ser- Bown of Jamestown, Pa, He is alert, smart

mayor. There were words hour. session of the Grand mon. The sermon was and attended schools in Philadelphia. He be-

of welcome on behalf of At 4 o'clock Friday afternoon United Order of P a 1 1 very Inspiring. The total gins his first training Sunday, from here he

the Ministerial Alliance the annual parade Bearers of America clos- amount of money raised goes to Ft. Jackson S. C. for further training
the Business ed to meet again at Key was $337.61.
and got It
Profes- underway. He will
a member of
Co. B Battallion.
sional men, the Fraternal was truly a beautiful West in 1966.Receipts Sunday night Rev. J E

organzatlons and the sight to behold. Bouyie preached the

Voters' League. Music I The grand contest was of the session Ordination Sermon of Big deal ? Sure we think so. Tony J. Bown

was furnished by the Ft held at 8 p.m. In the spa. were $9.050.68.American. James Snow and Mr. Bell won 't get rich with the Florida National
Pierce Choral Ensemble cious air-conditioned of the St. Ruth Baptist Guard. But he has
proved that if
and the Pall Church. The choir usher you are
Bearers'Thursday Baptist Churchof
Choir. whch the Rev. board deacons of St. Ruthof qualified you, will be accepted not onlY in the
H. C. '
Legion Danla attended the military, but just about -
morning under White is pastor. At this an-y career job here.If .

the head of new work grand affair the young Post After services services at Mt.dinner Moriah. you got it upstairs, man, don't be shy.

Bro. Wilfred D. Beckles Pall Bearers certainly 245 served. was Go and apply for these "half open" door

district deputy of Nassau gave a very good accountof The American Leaion keys!

Bahamas reported a new themselves.In Post 245 in Opa-locka Daisy B. Harris and
lodge. Mizpah Lodge No. the oratorical con will have a free fish fry Charlie M. Curo returned
102. Bro. Beckles and his test the winners were: ISaturday Au& 7 begin- from West Palm Beach .
staff of officers are doing First prize: Alicia Scott ning at 8 p.m. at Esther's where they attended a t r jOl1V'THE N'AACPHURRICANES: :

great work In our neighbor Lodge No. 3, Miami; second Market. 1710 NW Ali- BTU Sunday School Con- ,

city and needless to Carolyn Graham Baba Ave.,. A. ten dollar bill gress. It was very educa- .
say that the Grand United Lodge No. 20 W.P. Beach; will be given away to tional and Inspiring for '
3rd, Sandra Hutdieson' the both of them.
Order of Pall Bearers some lucky person. Everyone -
Lodge No. .,
holds them in high es- Bahamas; honorable 101 Nassau is welcome. An appealto Deacon /_ J{ ; ,/\,;- ."") .\_!".< \
teem. mention our veterans come out. Candate and wife
The delegation from A. wood, Lou I s e Hay- Let's get acquainted. left on the 28th for a vacation ; '

T. Stone Lodge No. 101 Included Lodge No. 77. Morris Reid comman- with their aunt, ..
I Solo contest Mrs. ... >(* ; :. ,. .
First v
: tfe4 -
Brother Wilfred D. Eve- der. Martha Everette. 1w V "' v >./ -s, ,.",'y *- x

Beckles president; Sister lyn White. Lodge No. 33 They are going to Havana ARE COMING. PROTECT YOUR
Lillian Belle Glade; second Debra Fla. from there they
Conductress Juvenile Chambers Lodge No., will go to Cairo Ga. with HOME AND FAMILY. WITH NATIONAL
; Hu-
14 Ft. Pierce; third the other aunt Mrs.
A. A. ; Brother Brenda White Lodge No. Claudia Smiley. .
Perpall. auditor; 8
Inez Bethel assistant sec- After the contest the ARE YOU Deacon Joseph Williams. AwilN_ s AND FENCES_ATm
retary; Delcina Deveaux. annual banquet took place Sick, troubled, unhappy? is In Doctor's Hospital. \ -

Sister president Sandra df Hutcheson Juveniles Academy in the spacious cafeteria Lincoln whereall Need Help? Sam dam. Harris Ga is from down Amster-here to $ &' 1ti .

contestant; Brother Thad- meals were served Send for your prayer clothe visit his sick son in Variety ,
1 deus
McDonald runner- during the convention. today. Also birtUate. Contributions Children's Hospital (
Sister .
up member; Lewis Too much cannot be accepted. His son is Freddie. :
; Brother Ansel said about the ,
During lunch hour TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
on. supervision
of Mrs. Bernice
0. Box 6326
Thursday the I
pleasantly surprised delegateswere ious Ross and for well-tfalanced the delic- Miami, Florida 33136 CHURCH SUNDAY -

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. August 6. 1965 15Spearing

In reality he is relying on four shooting

stars, who blazed trails across the gridiron with.........
during their college finales to do the trick. p

So distinguished are the quarterbacks Craig
Morton of California; Roger Stauback of I
Navy; John Huarte of Notre Dame and Bob
WOR Timberlake of Michigan, that Graham's only I !

( problem is in making a decision, which one to
use and as every good passer would testify,
EY tg0'; 11fAlitRlSa'Qtei; R there must be a good receiver at the comple-
tion of a good heave. Here again the super BY HARRY SPEAR
mentor of the All Stars is most fortunate to
STEALING NATIONAL have on his side Bob Hayes, the world's fast- MIAMI MARLINS GOING STRONGThe

LEAGUE PENNANTIs est human, who is also capable of playing foot- Miami Marlins played one of their
ball; with Hayes, Fred Bilenikoff of Florida best games of the season Sunday when they
possible for Maury Wills to steal a State, Jack Snow of Notre Dame and Lance defeated Saraaota 1-0. Lefty Tom Chapmanand
pennant for the Dodgers? If stealing bases Rentzell of Oklahoma.The ace reliever Gil Pinard combined .to' pitcha

with the proficiency and regularity he does Browns are favored to win, but this three hitter in leading the Marlins to their
wins games and they do, the answer is "yes." column is taking a close look at the offense of tenth victory in their last thirteen games. With
To mention a recent series when Cincin- the All-Stars and giving them the edge in this, that win, the Marlins moved to within four anda
natti came to Dodgertown to strong ar mthe the 32nd contest of the pros against the stars.R half games of first place Ft. Lauderdale.
Dodger lead and put it in their own camp, the Last Sunday, another game was held at
29-year-old captain of the Dodgers was on Miami Stadium. That was the one between the
guard to protect his team and caught the Reds t'iUf' i A1i illii i. Miami Playboy Club Bunnies and the Press-
off guard and stole the game from them. Be- -.--- t Radio-TV All- Stars. Many well --known -per-
fore Cincinnati left he had stolen 71 bases and Seven months of person wanting i sonalities from local radio, television and news-
put him 29 games ahead of his record years of birth control clinics by should call the of papers were on hand to meet the Bunnies.

in which he stole 104. ation Planned of Dade Parenthood County is 9-7034. The Press team jumped off to an early 2-0

Barring the unforseen, Maury will break ing new hope to many .u ..11 I I lead, but the Bunnies fought back :to tie it up,
his own record ; but as great as this feat wouldbe County families: only to have the Press get two more runs and
he admits getting more satisfaction from with than as they many could or more provide 'tit then the Bunnies got a final tally, making he
hitting the ball well. He explains he has speed who did not know that final score 43.Tuesday .
but to hit he had to develop the skill. safe methods for limiting the Marlins held their Family

ASHE PUTS UA IN CHAMPIONSHIP families were available Saved Night of the season. A good crowd was presentto
PLAYOFF them.Planned Parenthood see the Marlins play St. Petersburg. Family
sociation furnishes this night is always a bargain, with mom, dad, and
Arthur Ashe defeated Antonio Palafox ina in two clinics, staffed all the kids admitted for only one dollar.
decisive victory in three nurses and physicians.
sets and clinched the Furniture
control advice and devices THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE: Mon., Aug.
title for the
Zone Tennis for the offered to any woman who 9, West Palm Beach; August 10, WPB; Aug.
United States. ,Nat Itawmaa
was the master of the not afford the services :flnnrnlMff ItamaiM 11, Cocoa, Aug. 12, Cocoa. All games begin at
match. The 22- ear-old youth scored at will private physician. All the -- 7:30.
and brought the match to dern methods of child last five
a quick finish with Marlins fans will be to know that
are used including rhythm Grand happy ;
sets of 6-1, 6-4, 6-4.
thod for any one Freight General Manager Bill Durney is well on the
His victory definitely gave him a berthon use that method. over road to recovery from his heart attack suffered -
the American Davis Cup team to play
on a few weeks back.
Spain the The most popular ser'J
European champion nation.
is the "pill", but not df
device. The pills are a : you Last Saturday, July 31, I had the pleasureof
bination of two 'I a man- 1 exhibition bouts
a ODe 1 announcing some put on
the body normally apart' lt by the Opportunity Program
self; the IUD (intrauterine ... !
Grand .. asaer I
Q vice) is a simple, Freight at 1636 N.W. County. The bouts were fought under a boilinghot
piece of soft plastic, ..Miamihe fumI. sun. Each bout four rounds.

methods fitted into are effective.the uterus. : you..Vay.. below wgu- These boys, under a handicap, put up a
Planned Parenthood famous clearing house tremendous show. They held nothing back. At
sociation has opened a find beautiful section.' the same time they were throwing bombs at
office and clinic in the convertible sofas, each other. Willie Pastrano, former light-
_____ k ington Medical Building, : in every style .
r 401. The clinic at 6241 Italian.Early Ameri heavyweight champ referred the bouts. Ollie
17th Ave. is also in even Modern.choose Spanish.frorrflOO Wilson boxed Amos Johnson; heavyweightRay
one evening a week. styles in bedrooms Malone boxed James Lee; lightweight
The questions most rooms plus Willie Melvin boxed Grady Ponder; mixed
quently asked are: Is of box springs,mat- weights, Duane Simpson vs. Charles McCall.
easy and safe? The odd p .ose.
yes. How much will it buy at these sales Both from the recreation department. These
The answer, never more stored world or shipped. any boys did not receive a cent but fought with
you can. afford to pat at a you want it Open a30: plenty of heart. It was a better show than you
clinic. Who can come?
woman who cannot Ioehr'i' pay admission to see.
SUMMER BOWLING JS GOOD private physician for such Pastrano was soaking wet along with the
Bowlers who bowl during the summer fighters when it was all over. This all took
have a distinct advantage over those who only place at the Northside Shopping Center. There
participate the was a large crowd on hand and good times
during long competitive seasonof
winter bowling. TAA '. \ had by all.
First, going bowling each week gives the AT
chance to a bowler to keep his game intact or
make improvements, then too, there is the introduction -
opportunity to the sport; many more f MIAMI INSTITUTE (
bowlers are introduced to bowling during the ( ,
relaxed summer months, than during the tough POST TIME
grind of winter league. r OF TECHNOLOGY \ 8:00 PJW.WIUS .

Poised and ready to bowl are the Untouchables I j

of the Royal Palm League, which College of Qala 9iocesslng Sciences j

bowl at the Cloverleaf Lanes each Sunday at .. _..... w- W..- --- -.. __uu -.- 1
6:30 p.m.From. : rt '
left to right are Archie Brown,

Frances Howard, Alvoid James and Carrie ",A. NotJew'. Orer6w.dst
Peak. MM sail ..... are .......' MOW (I. $. cats arecessiaf ,bsV.
This team throws hooks and curvesin field, ... fastest ...'.. fkIJ. Ia .Li U.s.
competition against seven white teams NOW! TWIN DOUBLESPORTS
Earn ... .... $ $,*/ ..rl!
Sttc e.t LOOM Available
The Decathlons Socio-Civic Club has been DAY AND _GIfT CLASSES'MM FOfMNfi
U "' '
straining with the burden of organizing for the Op*. 1:30 .... !.10 ....

past few years and has only shown a little of Cell Miaai Ted f.r aepatBtKMt. Flu 433-1441
their forte; but come this Fall and they are Or seal ills e... far fertUr ..,....fI.
about to have a thunderous entry onto the social r :,
scene. Miami lattitete ., Ttchaelofy 1250 N.W. 27* Av.

This is one to watch for; it promises to

be one of great magnitude. NAME............................................AG E............


WIN FOR STARS ADDRESS..................................PHON E........,!.....
Otto Graham who has been associated .
with the Cleveland Browns nearly all of his : ,

football life, is not leaning on this family Education": \
knowledge to win Friday night when he sets
I up his College All Stars against the Champion "Y.., I., to tie WorM of Teac.


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t \ \ Philadelphia, Pat A total" will be Grand Marshall of the ter Group, Largest Juvenile Grand Treasurer: B. V. Gregory 1840 N.W.83RB TERRACE
f, of 15,000 Elk, coming from parade. Also in the line of Group, Best Dressed Drill of Detroit, Michigan, LOWI LOWI DOWN PAYMENT
all sections of the United march will be detachments of Patrol Largest Drill Patrol, Grand Esteemed Leading
States, Canada, Jamaica, Tri- the Pennsylvania National Marching Unit Traveling Knight; Stanley Thomas, of No qualifying. No closing costs. Move In today
nidad, the Bahamas, Bar* Guard, Mounted Park Guards, Greatest Distance, Best Purple Rochester N.Y., Grand Esteemed * *
badados, and the Panama and the Police and Firemen's Cross Unit, Best Drum Loyal Knight; C. K.
Canal Zone,.will march in the Major, Best Uniformed Drum Smith,of San Francisco,Grand NEW! NEW! NEW!
Grand Lodge Parade,starting Band.Last year's Grand Lodge Major,Best Junior Drum Major, Esteem Lecturing Knight;Herbert 2 BEDROOM -1 1 BATH
\' at 12 noon, Tuesday, Aug. 17. parade,in Miami, Florida,con- Best Decorated Automobile, K. Wilson, of Jamaica,
t 4, Given the green light by sisted of four divisions, comprising Most Artistic Float, Best Departmental N.Y., Grand Recorder, Hubert MANOR PARK AREA
',. the Philadelphia Police Department 12 brigades, with 90 Float, Best Decorated Femanders, of New Haven, $490 down, $68 month. Full price $10,500.
headed by Commissioner units, seven Drum and Bugle Float, Winner Beautyand Conn., Grand Esquire; Ep-
Howard P. Leary, Corps,four floats and 90 cars. Talent Contest,2nd Place hralm Robinson, of Brooklyn, Anyone can buy. See today.
the parade will assemble on By contrast, this year's and 3rd Place Beauty and Ta- N.Y., Grand Inner Guard, andJ. * *
Broad Street north of Diamond.It parade will consist of approximately lent Winner.Ernest M. Thomas C. Drew, of Haddonfield.N LIBERTY CITY ?AREA
will then march south on four divisions, comprising ST. is chairman of awards. J., Grand Tiler.
Broad, past City Hall, to 12 brigades, with 90 All Grand Lodge officers Also Grand Trustees JohnT. 4 BEDROOM -1 1 BATH
Fitzwater Street, wheel right units, seven Drum and Bugle will be in line of march, including Freeman, of Philadelphia; CBS. $10,800 total. $85 month. This home paid for
f, and march past the Elks Cen- Corps, 12 floats and 270 cars. Hobson R. Reynolds, Dr. Moses Jones, Montgomery, in 15 years. A good buy in every sense. ShoppersCall
ter, at 16th and Fitzwater Prizes will be awarded to Grand Exalted Ricer; Joseph Ala; Quinn R. Banks WashIngton -
Streets, continue to 17th Stand top units in the following ca- P. Simmons, of Norfolk, Va., Pa; Dr. L. Williams, now.
disband. tegories: Best Drilled Junior Grand Secretary: Perry B. Valdosta, Ga.; and C. J. '
Brig. Gen. Elmer C. Butler Herd, Largest Junior Daugh Jackson of Cleveland, Ohio, New+v me, Atlantic City, N.J. : TI1O11EALTYPL

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Many extras. $14,500 total. $450 down.
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Built ... Your Lot Modern CBS Beauty, 3 bed room, 2 bath, dining room,
or Ours garage, fenced, appliances. $14,000 total. $350 down.
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Attractive Alterations
and Additions $300 down, no closing cost. Nice CBS, 3 bedroom,
.Lot Us Demolish. Fla room, porch, stove, air cond. only $12,000.
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4 coil Us for Facts About Modern CBS,,4 bedroom, built-in oven, dining room,
EDUCATORS, WIVES FETED IN TALLAHASSEE Daring a reception given by the Florida Building patio, fenced. Many extras. Only $14,000.
State Teachers Association in their honor, Mrs. Samuel A. Hunter, Mr. Hinter, Dr. Gilbert L. Good Bank Financing ... * * *

Porter, and M.s. Porter, pictured left to right; examine plaques presented to Mr. Hinter and iTAWLEY: BUILDERS t : Big Bargain. Completely furnished.' 2 bedroom, large
Dr. Porter. Recently resigning from his position as principal l of Raney Elementary School, ", kitchen, porch, patio, new roof. Only $8,500.
Tallahassee, Mr. Hunter is the new principal of the Gifford School, Gifford, Fla; and Dr. :.,'> Inc.. ,' .sv svLicensed a ak *'* * *
Porter has resigned as executive secretary of the FSTA, to beco. the first Negro assistant : ,Insure1, Large CBS 4 bedroom dining room, utilityroom
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of Dade schools with offices Miami. Mrs. served fl& ) ''': Fenced.
superintendent County in Porter for.erly as 1801 HjE.19i" Street Cjl carport. Only $10,500.
teacher-school nurse at the Florida A&M University High School in Tallahassee., .,J?-;'Mh.Jt'Florid.' t' * * *
CBS Beauty, 2 bedroom, large eat-in kitchen, utilityroom
appliances, washing machine, air cond., only
$10,500. $68 month pays all.



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Lovely CBS home. Fla. : .. ,
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fire place. Being sold for FHA valuation. $12,800. : h;wfv"'; 4trrJ > ,-';''* W5.'| Ajt' ,4.$,."*Js&:::sitf:<<4 k, : IT"% 't1 *:rIi
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.ftft ftft 6808 N.W. 6th Ave. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths : 3 bedroom home on 3 lots with many fruit 2 bedroom CBS with big front porch. 150 ft. .
ftft 35 N.W. 41st St. 2 furnished houses .< I trees. Fence, insulated roof, 2-1 ton oircon lot. Private efficiency for extra income. Hardwood I
ftft 337 N.W. 59th Terr,- Home & Income ditioners many extras. Full price $10,800. floors, fence, etc. $10,900 full price,

__ Ii ftft ftft 2384 N.W. 32nd St. Home & Income .. 1 $1,800* *down.* *$83* *month.* with good* *down* payment.* * $80 month. 1

_ : 306 N.W. 51st St. 3 bedrooms, $60 mo. 4105 N.W. 24TH AVENUE 1020 FISHERMAN ST. OPA LOCKA
ftft 7000 N.W. 5th Ave.Duplex.. $80 mo. 1 ?:i 2 bedroom home with attached 1 bedroom apt.I .
bedroom with
ftft * * :.i: and separate apt. in real unit. New roof, big 2 CBS carport, fully furnished.
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39 N.W. 38TH STREET \ free. Only $11,000. $2,000 down. Low extras. A $1,000 down.

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