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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: August 13, 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 42, No. 49 M FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1965- 16 PAGES




=rTHOUSAN ; !_ jYEi UNDER, VOTING RIGHTS BILL ,.,,' :j





MIAMI JET PILOT FIGHTINGIN Man Pleads q qq r Negroes in Mississippi, Alabama 'I



VIET NAM Guilty in and Louisiana Get On The BooksThousands


One of the crack jet pilots of Negroes jam In another action to imple-
flying combat strikes againstthe Slaying ofGirlfriend med federal registrars' offices ment the Voting Rights Act of

Viet Cong guerillas in j in three Southern states Tues- 1965, the Justice Departmentsued
North Viet Nam today is Lt. day as they signed up as pro- to abolish poll tax in
Edward E, Moon son of M.. pective voters under the new Texas Virginia and Alabama.It .
and Mrs.Hoyt E. Moon of 1521 voting law. asked that the cases be

N.W. 74th Street. A 37-year-old farm The Justice Department, at heard as soon as possible by
The handsome 26-year-old laborer has pleaded guil- the same time.moved to a deal three-judge courts.
handles a sleek fast F100 jet, k ty to fatally shooting his I a death-blow to poll taxes in Similar.suits attackingstate
the plane that has been play girlfriend the mother of three states and make it easier poll tax were filed in
ing havoc with enemy troops four children. I for Negroes to vote. U.S. District Courts in Austin
during strafing and bombing Circuit Judge Ralph 0. In Selma, Alabama where Texas; Richmond Va., an d
missions from their base at Cullen ordered a pre- the voting rights struggle was Montgomery Ala.
Saigon. sentence investigation for extremely intense a short time In the Voting 'Rights Act

Moon, who has three brothers James Thomas, 3839 Booker i ago hundreds of Negroes turn- Congress directed that the attorney -
and three sisters grew St. after he pleaded ed out to register. Others general test constitute-
up in Liberty City and grad- guilty to'second degree i packed into the small post office tonality of poll taxes in court
uated from Miami NorthwesternHigh. suits. The 24th Amendment
murder in the death of a : ,,4$4'4' i at Greensboro.anolher Ala- to
bama civil rights hotspot.So the Constitution forbids any
Mrs. Jessie Presley, 43.
Lt. Moon was married In Mrs. Ida T. Ratcllffe many Negroes turned up requirement payment of poll
June to a beautiful Mississippi She was killea last has been invited to Nashville at the registrars' headquartersat tax in order to vote in federal
girl and shipped out to Viet Dec. 11 at an apartment Tenn. by Dr. James Canton Miss., that some elections but the amendmentdoes
Nam five days later. house at 3201 Douglas Bash, professor of Edu- were asked to return later. not extend to state elec-
I Rd. cation at the University of
They were assured that the tions.The
Virginia as a participantin federal building in Sel-
the rolls would still be
__ open.
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".:'. -- '" *-- 'N" "" \1i." a special project under ma is just across the street

: .f 200 foJ the sponsorship of the The integrated team of voting from the Dallas Court House
Yoath. lleeded, .. Phi Delta Kappa Com- examiners is part of a special and the office of Sheriff James
.' mission on Education and Justice Department group Clark who arrested and terror-
\; '" Human Rights. The pur- sent to nine counties in Alabama ized demonstrators earlier this

,5 lob Training Courses S poses of this project are Mississippi and Louis- year. When the building opened

to produce and dissemi- iana under the law signed by Tuesday SO Negroes were
The Florida State Em- Ing jobs. -Skilled workmen of school one year. It nate a series of guide lines President Johnson on Friday.FLORIDA waiting to register.

ployment Service Youth in these trades can doesn't matter whetherhe to school desegregation,

Opportunity Center at average around $100 per or she is a dropout. or and to prepare a special '
245 SE First St. is looking week. This amount is bet- a high school graduate.All pamphlet of the findings. S LICENSES FIRST F
for 200 youths. 16 thru ter than average pay youth in these train- Other participants will S } ,1
21 to enroll in five new why are boys not Inter- ing courses must have include outstanding edu- .
a
NEGRO } ,
ested In enrollment? had one in which he cators from the south- ENGINEERCharles I ;
manpower training courses. year ':
f I eastern states. The _, __ _.., .. .
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starting August 23. There' Is' no 'such thing'as or she has tried to finda
The courses for the "Instant skills." In job. and failed. mittee began its work on C. Mitche'ttofMiamilast ,

boys: auto service station order to have substantial Enroll today in a Youth August 1. week became the first Ne- ,
Mrs. to win official certification
Ratcllffe former gro 4
mechanics auto body and take-home pay, you must Manpower Developmentand or k
principal of Brownsville as an engineer in the
have something to offer. Training Course. Paid
fender repair helper and
Junior High School, is State of Florida.
short-order cook. For the Trainees are given an allowance to learn a trade now n.
serving director
girls, calculating machine allowance while they the trainee will be ina special as Inter-ofa The 31-year-old civil engineer -, a ,
operator and clerk-typ- train: $19 weekly. This position to 'hold a good group committee advisory entered Howard Univer- r'f''f

ist. All courses are for 32 allowance is paid to any job after graduating. Con- working with, engagedin prob- sity in Washington in 1951 af- 7

weeks. boy or girl who quali tact the Florida State lems of desegregation in ter graduation from Dorsey
Auto service station fies. The only require- Employment Service. 245 the Dade County schools. High School.
mechanics and auto body ment is that the teen- SE First St., phone After graduation Mitchell
repairmen are good pay- ager must have been out 377-2411. went to Chicago where h e
worked at his profession for
some time before returning to

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lEQSl es'lIllf m HiJS l1 v JfRifi'' ;:!im DefeatIn mie Mitchell teaches social C)

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School and is holder of a undergraduate chemistry ma-
Mrs. Jean C. Cahn:member stagnated due to the lack of or the Foundations to pros- master's degree. jor. His wife is medical tech- I
of the American Bar Association initiative on the part of ABA cribe the limits of our parti- Madison One brother is studying nology supervisor.
and former legal consul-. and OED" cipation or to become the oracles -
tant to the director of the office Pointedly she remarked, of the legal needs of
of Economic Opportunity "the Office of Economic Opportunity the We the bar and
poor. es-
in a major address before' the has made it clear pecially we the Young Law- City ElectionMADISON FSTA and NEA SponsorLeadership

Young Lawyers section of that they have the statutory yers Section of the AmericanBar I
ABA at Miami Beach suggested mandate to mane it possiote Association betray our Fla-NPI-
,
that the apparent intrica- for us to redress the inequitiesof profession if we accept ex- Thwarted in his bid to break Conference at BCCThe
cies of the bureaucratic road- the poor. We can no.longer clusion. For on one in this down a policical barrier exist-

blocks of the Office of Econo- afford fo wait while OED dil- country today holds the one, ing here since Reconstruction llth Annual Lead- ordinator Florida Industrial J'
mic Opportunity combined with lydallies in internal conflicts the final answer to the legal businessman last Commsslon and Marvin '.
the lack of initiative the which bake no loafs and a Negro ership Conference and
on create services. Tomorrow we must Davies, Job Develop-
week announced he would con-
First Annual School of
part of the American Bar As- no programs. OED has had this 1
police new field so thatit test his defeat for a seat on Instruction ment Specialist. Multi-
sociation has resulted in a deterioration its chance to take the Initi- will survive." sponsored Occupational Demonstration '
the Madison City Commission. -
the Florida
jointly by
of semblance ative-now must take it.
any we Mrs. Cahn ended "when the Project Manpower
of an actual legal service We must flood their office State Teachers Associa- '
bar itself begins to be mas- Sumpter James the first Development Commission
tion and the National Education
program for the administrat- with requests to keep their sively involved-when every- Negro to run for city office in will discuss proposals for-*;
tion's War on Poverty.In commitments to us and to all one of us honor a professional the North Florida communityin Association will a project to help teachers
be held at Bethune-
prepared remarks Mrs. America. commitment to justice for all- modern times was defeated who have not been ableto
Cahn declared "If the War on FORMER SHIVER AIDE then we will for the first time 821-316 by the incumbent Cookman College August make the qualifyingscore
poverty has done nothing have begun to reach a pointwe Gordon L. Williams white 13 and 14. on the National
else, it has made us as a na- The former legal consul- can say: we know the legal businessman. The theme of the con- Teachers Examination.

tion admit that there is another tant to R. Sargent Shriver further needs of the poor and we James charged that the bal- ference is: The Count- Searchers in the Schoolof
America. But implicit in stated "We, the young can begin to be of construct- lot box was stuffed. City officials down has Started: Target Instruction will be
that admission is a correla- allow the million said the total vote was Unity.
lawyers must not tive help to those 35 former of the
tive recognition of the rightsof Office of EconornicOpportunity American people who need. 1,153. James said that a mem- Representing the National presidents
FSTA district presidents
the other America long denied Education Associ-
ber of civil I
SCOPE a rights
and injustices long toler- counted ation will ,be Dr. Owen and county presidents.
organization only
ated by that other America. Educators Chosen to Investigate 706 voters. Love legal council of Dr. James Espy, dean I q

"The issue which faces According to T. C. Mer- NEA, Washington, D. C. of Edward Waters Collage
us today is what kind of sys- chant Jr., managing editor of and John L. Lawton, associate and a former president of
tem we will adopt. Will it be Florida Schools SystemA the Madison EnterpriseRecorder regional representative FSTA will be the key-
open ended or will it have limitations Negroes were outnum- of the South- note speaker at the Din

that permit us to committee of six men and bered by registered whites east Regional Office, Atlanta ner Meeting.
our to one carefully two women educators-all mem- "ultimate responsibilities" of
open eyes two to one. "There is no Ga.OtherR Special reports will be
demarcated and prede- bers of the National Education state and local officials in t
question of the outcome with appearing: on the made by W. E. Patterson,
termined set of injustices Association was appointed in providing money for public those figures," he added. program will be James L. chairman of Professional )
while closing our eyes to the Washington this week to investigate education.The 1
Gant former FSTA and
president Rights Responsiblll-
vast unknown which we fear Florida's public investigation grew out James said his platform
may overwhelm us. Even with schools. out of the recent failure of the planks were school desegre- ( and now specialistin ties Commission and Mrs. \

the smell of the crusade freshin Composed of educatorsfrom Florida Education Associationwhen gation, spending of the ,tax secondary education. Rosa L. Duhart. chair-
our nostrils in the face of eight states, 'the committee it tried to get more money dollar and the sidewalk-sewer; State Department of Ed- man of the Teachers Ed-
growing need the legal pro; will be in Florida the from the state and local au problem in the Negro community ucation, L. V. Davis ucation and Professional
gram for the poor has become week of Sept. 18 to probe thorities. Equal Opportunity Co- Standards Commission. ,


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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 13, 1965


-- Scett Kelly to Run Again Pepper Says Miami Familiesto

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for Govenor in 1966 Benefit From Housing Act

Congressman Claude cost of the unit and one-
LAKELAND Former Pepper said this week fourth of the family's
Senator Scott Kelly that many thousands of monthly income.
announced this week that Miami area families in all Veterans of all wars
he will be a,'candidate for income brackets will bene-. will benefit from new no- _
governor .In: 1966. of payment mortgages provided
fit from the adoption
Kelly made, it clear In the Housing and Urban for In the 1005 Act. r jrwIrI
his formal announcementthat Development Act of 1965. "The World War I veter-
education, road, traf- "The lowest income ans or the veteran of a /
fic safety, needs of 'sen- families those eliigible short period of duty In
ior citizens and the "ad- for put/lie housing will Viet Nam will be eligible __
herence" of the incum- benefit from the rent for nodownpaymentFHA
bent to the so-called subsidy program," he mortgages along
Jacksonian principle of said. "This new program with the World War 11
'to the victor belongs the will encourage church, veteran who has never
spoils' ", will We, major charitable. and non- used his VA mortgage ...
ixues in the campaign.The profit corporations to commitment," the Con- a. '"
Lakeland realtor build or renovate many gressman saIdOPPORTUNllY When the call went out for a load of gravel for the Carver -
and insurance executiveran 5' additional apartments and. Branch of the Young Men's Christian Association park.
a close third in the houses throughout the TO OPEN ing lot, City Commlssloner David T. Kennedy was quick to
1964 Democratic
primary district to provide decent had two loads of gravel deliveredbut
missing the run-off by 'housing for low income BUSINESS OFFERED BY ONE respond Kennedy not only
2.202 votes, less than one families. Instead of big helped to spread it around the parking lot.
vote from each of the public housing projects. HOUR VALET Mr. Sanford J. Ramsey executive secretary of the Carver
state's 2.279 precincts. we will encourage private Branch, sold: The fill and grading has enhanced the op.
The opportunity to own and
Challenging the current build and
enterprise to
block and removed
of the entire o potential trof.
administration's record of retrogression in our pub- operate decent housin'gunits. operate a fully equipped dry pearance
progress for the state lic school system has with the Federal cleaning business establishment fie hazard in the community.
Kelly stated, "Placing started, creating a crisisin government paying the is being offered by the Ramsey also added to Commissioner Kennedy: "Such
first priority on the development education 'in Florida." difference between the well known One Hour Valet consideration on your part should not go unrewarded. Although .
of the state'seducation Kelly charged that the"holdthellne" firm to a person or persons,
thanks
of Inadequate it
programs attitude with or without previous dry ,this expression may seem is
putting education first which prevails in Tallahassee and said he will offer a cleaning experience with the none the less sincere. .."
is an investment which is a defensive poli- more economical alter- small outlay of only ",250. ,
will return to us ten- cy designed by the incumbent native with fiscal integrity" A building located on Northwest -
fold in the form of con- which is "not based on traffic 22nd Avenue at 76th the NAACPFThBLI1
tinued prosperity and- responsive to the people count rather than vote Street, Miami,has already been Join
economic growth: If we and cannot meet the than count on" need rather secured and will be fully'
do not put education first, needs of the state's six .greed. equipped with modem, up-to
Florida will grow. stag million residents par- date dry cleaning machinery.
nant." ticularly those needs of The $1,250 will, be used for
He said that during the education in this era of deposits on electricty, tele- IICE
administration 'of the Incumbent the knowledge explosion." TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO phone, etc.:most of which
"educaton has Kelly tagged Governor CHURCH SUNDAY will be refunded, with the balance -

ondary been relegated role and to as a a sec-result bond $300 issue million proposal road taxes,being insurance used, for etc.licenses, Don't, be fooled I Investigate Be Safe In Miami

slow ,- but certain a "political emergency" One Hour Valetone is a you have only ONE Government Approved Cashier
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TALLAHASSEE Two sociology; Ruby M. Cleare TALLAHASSEE A Home Economics designed iIfl
hundred and forty-six library science; Patricia total of 100 students are and developed the pro- '" .
persons completed requirements Stephens Due sociology; studying at Florida A and ject proposal which was
for gradua- Herbert J. Rhodes Instrumental M University under a filed in Washington with
tion from Florida A and music; Ray- grant approved June 12 the Office of Economic
M University during the Dunn elementary educa- 1965 by Sargent Shriver, Opportunity in November II> "
second half of the' third tion; Thomasina C. Har- director of the Office of 1064. ;. .
trimester. grove elementary educa- Economic Opportunity, to The agriculture-h o m e ,!", I If
Edwin Thorpe director tion; Ernest A. Hart phy- finance a pilot educational economics faculty assisted 4N4a, '.r r aI I
If. of admissions and records sical education; Eunice R. program known as In amassing supportingdata f' ,..."". \,
: said 126 students completed Holmes, elementary edu- Project Upward Bound. for the proposal r 1A.tf.t"'':':' '..';..'"
j requirements for cation; Annie P. Jacobs The grant, is for a 12- which has the following
r graduation during elementary] education; month period June purposes to develop meansof
;, the first half of this tri- John Johnson elementary 1965 to June I960. bridging the gap between I I rllI
f. mester. This brings the education; Willie B. Larkin The Idea of the project high school gradu-
expected total number of physical education; originated with Dr. C. E. ation and college level
candidates for graduation Walker dean of the study for underachievers .
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mencement, August 7, to motives; Carolyn Diann Home Economics at identifying and salvaging
Sands elementary educa- FAMU resulting from his potential leaders from : %!;: r'I'I
372.The 20 Miamlans and tion; Freddie W. Bryant previous years of experi- among disadvantagedyouth ..:1 '
industrial education Ros- in to develop new approaches "
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elementary ;; ,,
Willie D. Brennon
pre- education Leonard O. agriculture and home testing and evaluatingthose "
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Green English Barbara
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Jean Owens English; Marion W Johnson elementary Dr Clinton A. For d, financial cultural and :JiWJrt"
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handicaps;
education. head. Department of -" -
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.r... ting disadvantaged youthto BRIDE OF 'FASTEST HUMAN' A romance that beganat
'l\( higher academic Florida A&M University recently led to the altar for Helen ,

,/ < achievement levels. Altamease Martin, Hew Brunswick, H. J., and Robert L. \
studentsare
a&xu Dade County
S' t,: Rosetta Austin and tfe/es, former FAMU sprinter and three-time gold medal win
: Henry C. Norton Booker mer at the Tokyo Olympics. How a member of the professional -
rd Y dl T. Washington High; Dallas Cowboys football team, Hayes and Miss Mar
,' Betty C. Lester Michael tin were wed in July. The bride is a junior majoring in elementary
Sease and Johnnie Wil-
h1 liams George Washington education at Florida A&M. She is the ,daughter ,of
High; Cathran Major (IMrs. Ruth Coleman of 140 Baldwin Street, Hew Brunswick b y and William Strachan Miami and Mr. Benjamin Martin. Hayes is the son of Mrs. Mary
t Northwestern all of Hayes, 4305 Detaille Drive, Jacksonville, Fla. FAMU

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Members of the Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority from Florida were among the delegates who
attended their 30th Annual Boule last week in Hew York City at the Statler-Hilton Hotel.

They are left to right, seated, Sorors Lucile Holliday, Zola Brooks, Thelma Hall, Essie Mae FOR THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATES CALL
Stewart, Rosa Lee Shannon and Dr. Cleo Higgins, Standing, left to right' Willie B. Callow,'
(Catherine Holly, Frances Strachan, Dorothy K. Owens, Annette Cunningham, Dorothea Ca. -- ..
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Visits FromGermany o ,?, I If

Miss Ismaye E. Press f k'j I I) 'RENTALTIt.1r

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cod 'who Is currently employed .,
y, with the U. S.
AGENCY INC 4HE
-, Army as a recreation
(\ supervisor In Heidelberg ,
'I Germany, Is visiting with
her family at 6735 NW LARGEST COLLECTION AND RENTAL
13 Ave. During the past
What exhilaratingsummer six years she has had
assignments, in Germany, AGENCY IN THE SOUTH; OPERAT1NG IN
France and Italy. She Is HON. L. L. BROOKS
activity did the daughter of Mrs. DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.
Maude Prescod. Prior to PRESIDENT

tccepting a position over- > .' "
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 13, 1965

( Phil OssoferAs ; r 45 4

an ardent crossword _
I puzzle fan, I have been for- I'p' _
ced to use my dictionary often. .
I've found it to be a most interesting f
( E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher book, with much
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor knowledge I would like to ab-
sorb. I have also found it to
Member of the Notional Newspapers Publishers Association be a humorous book, judging I
from some of the definitions it '
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
contains.
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00
For instance, there is the
Etd'd;; ; Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post word "gains ome." Among
Office at Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 other things it means "cotne-
ly, well formed." (Obsolete.)
Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone OX 10421 No wonder it is absolete;
nowadays if one wishes to be
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The
well-formed lose-
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead one must
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accords some, not galnsome. -iri1
to every man regardless of race, cr..d or color his Then I found "gainpain."
The is derived from the
pain
human and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no mo n-the
French bread, and
"panis" or
Negro Press strives to h.lp every man In the firm belief that n yM
,;Ti m.n are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. the entire word means "a
name given in the middle ages __
OUR SCHOOLSThe to the sword of a hired sol-
dier." This, too, is denotedas
troubled waters of our educational obsolete. No wonder! Sol-
system in Florida remains unsettled. It's a diers today are not hired.
matter of getting more money to do the job. They are drafted, and even
without a sword it is painful.
Now comes the appointment of a com- The only connection I can

tion mittee to from investigate the National Florida's Education public schools.Associa- make concerned out as is that far as someone.bread is.. THE WINNERS Cicero Murphy of Brooklyn,N. Y.,(left),holds the trophy he received

the draft board, maybe?....hasa at runner-up In the Bollontint Pro-Proeket Billiard I Invitational Tournament.
The committee of six men and two wo- lot of crust.If Murphy, the first Negro entrant In World Tournament history, and winner of last year's
men, prominent in the educational world, will you have a new-born or a Crane of Rochester N.Y.
Ballantine tournament, lost by a narrow margin to Irving (center).
be in Florida the week of September 18, look- young baby in the house whom
you would like to brag about, Presenting the trophies is John Baldovln, (right), of Ballantine.The .
ing into finance provided for education by
rever to him-or her-as being tournament,sponsored by P. Bollantlne & Sons brewing company of NewarkN.J.,
both state and counties. a galactophagist. No, it isn'tan sow Murphy and Crane defeat a field of sixteen of the top billiard pros of the East in com
With the opening of our schools September astrologer or astronomer;
23, let us hope there will be no road- it is one who drinks, 0: feedson petition for some' $2,000 in prize money.

blocks, at least in Dade County. milk.Galactic means "of or
belonging to milk." In fact,
Galaxy means "The Milky
FOR GOVERNORScott Way; the long white, luminous
who third in the track, which seems to encom- ufLONLY $1250CASH
Kelly, ran 1964 ,pass the heavens like a gir-
race for governor of Florida, let it be known that he will be a candidate in the 1966 race. thing to the story of the cow
who jumped over the moon. PUTS YOU IN THIS BUSINESSNO
The former senator will have to run That could be how the milky
against Governor Haydon Burns who is serv- way got there. I do know that EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
ing a two-year term, and possibly Mayor j since I first heard of that ga-
Robert King High who ran second in the 1964 ,lactic gal being out in space, ANOTHER OF OUR NEW COMPACT DRY CLEANING

race, polling 2,202 votes more than did Sena-beef higher(high than the protein moon.) has been PLANTS WILL BE READY FOR OPENING IN AUGUST.

tor Kelly.

From reports, Kelly is quite enthusiastic. On N. W. 22nd Ave. at 76th St.

Grove to Get
NUNS CONVICTEDIn ,1 100% FINANCED TRAINING AVAILABLEFOR I

Chicago six nuns were convicted for Case
participating in a civil rights demonstration History FULL INFORMATION CALL MR. DANN ONE HOUR VALET

*and fined $25 each. As_ you may know, these Residents. I
I Sisters of Mercy1 are; not allowed funds Anycoming of FR 4-3177

..their must be to "."
way given the'poor. A survey of the ;Negro
Therefore they face the humiliation of serving area of Coconut Grove
jail terms. Judge Jankowski told them there has been launched by
was no other alternativeTwo Dade County's Planning 1
Council which will devel-
Negro attorneys saw the Sistersplight op a written "history" of I
c and paid the $126 fine. They did not each resident. ?
know the Sisters. That was certainly a fine The city Is paying the WHO .KNOWSWHAT'S INSIDE

thing to do. $20,000 project.annual It Is part cost of of Mi-the I Ii

DEATH ROW ami's program being"human In directed the Grove renewal"by andIs the I, ...it's nobody's business but yours I

From Raiford, our state prison, comes newlf WPC.
3,125 men now serving time. Of this num The Information obtained -

ber 37 are housed in a security wing knownas will determine help WPC the officials ; ; SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES I

Death Row. Thirty are Negroes ,and seven the exact problems of
are whites. residents, how the prob-
>** Some of these are hopeful. A reprieve lems developed what can At Lincoln National Cost So Little I
might be granted. It must be a rather un be done to remedy them .

happy feeling. I daresay, they remember the and bring projects about a quick needed solu-to I

old saying, "While there is life, there is hope." tion. I PRICE PER YR. SIZE

Maybe they have heard that there is at Complete questionnaires
present some discussion going on anent the have been developed and $ 5.00 3x5x24
sent to each resident of
death penalty. On this matter there will always the area Farley Neasman, 1 $ 7.50 3 x10 x 24 I
be pro and con. At the present time WPC director for the
the pros seem to be on the winning side. Grove program said Tues- $12.50 5x10x24

Maybe some of them can find solace in day.Trained social workers $25.00 10 xlOx 24 i
Longfellow's words: will direct volunteersfrom 1 I II

"Let us then be up and doing, the Coconut Grove
Youth Council
With who will .'
heart
a for any fate; visit and Interview each
Still achieving, still pursuing, resdent and collect the '" "
Learn to labor and to wait." completed questionnaire. MAY WE SUGGEST A STARTER LIST: < ,",' I
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The extensive renewal .

THEY REGISTERIn in program its third In month the Grove, and Is e Marriage License ,fiE( any) ::'>" i

Americus, Ga. last week 3,000 Ne Neasman reports that a r Birth Certificate .," i"' '_>" ;.,
groes registered as voters and what record of 62 youths from b ,;,, I
is more the Neighborhood Youth 1 e Discharge Papers '. > \,,
important, Negro clerks employed by the Corps are working with Insurance !. <
county board of registrars assisted. That was residents to expand the Policies "
big news for Americus. We do not want to neg recreation program at ? Stock Certificates "} v':
:
lect saying Amen! two city parks In the ... .
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I Your "
However community.Plans Will and yes < <'-;:/ ,\,,,,., J
federal officials were on the are being drawn Indeed ,
:
job. There were quiet demonstrations on the for federal urttan renewal Property Deeds, .
courthouse lawn.It of the area sponsored by You need .
may a big boxl.!
Metro,
Miami and the
was the same in Selma, Alabama; City of Coral Gables. The I. I
Louisiana and Ole Mississippi. Hundreds of Dade School system,
Negroes are registering, making history for American Legion st

these states. Church Stephen'sEpiscopal and other volunteers -i 1 LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK I
It's too bad the registration had to be are also participating -
done under the strong arm of the federal government in the program. OF MIAMI
states Neasman said that Intensive Fast juU Y Integrated tank h the
because some were not interested entire Southeastright -
in registering their Negro citizens. ". programs In-service for training staff- I here in the Edison Financial Center

Cutting out the poll tax will be a wel members and volunteer 6013 N.W.7IH Avemi Phone 7594431r. : I
workers Is being devel : .
others.
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday,u August. 13, 1965 5
Helene Smith has the
spent summer w
TAMPA HIRES FIRST
studying at Indiana University.A .
well known beautician of this city, NEGRO METER MAID 9 }

Mrs. Fannie Spry Gaddy of the Gaddy 'Beauty -
TAMPA-
Salon at 1131 NW 1st Court, is taking a lores Young Cannon, a 1957 6 I
short vacation to Los Angeles to visit her graduate of Florida A&M Uni-
daughter, Mrs. Herberlene D. Harrison and versity, Tallahassee, last
and Marvin Anderson toured
the week, became the first Negro
Atlantic Coast to Canada visiting, with friends granchildren. meter maid to be employed by
and relatives in numerous states. Happy Birthday: Wishes to Ethel Lee by the.local police department.She .
The J. Hartman Norwood, Anthanette Moxie, Charles Bell, was one of the 'top
Taylors celebrated their three in civil service examinations -
24th wedding anniversary last week. We rejoice and Allan Freeman.Mr. .
with them. and Mrs. A. Carter of Walcross, Ga. An attractive young matron
and mother of five children,
were the house guests of their family, Mr. and
So sorry to learn that Doreen Offord of she attended elementary and
OpaMocka is ill in Cloverleaf Hospital. Mrs. J. H. .Barkley, the Smiths, Busbees and high school in Tampa, and
Welches, also a niece in Homestead. They since graduation from FAMU,
Edna Williams and daughter) Dianne, journeyed to Key West for sightseeing. They has, attended the Universityof
visited for five weeks in New York City withEdna's returned to Georgia Wednesday. South Florida, Tampa. TO STUDY AT
brother
Dr. James Johnson '
Athalie Range has returned from a well OXFORD u
;Dennis Smith has returned after three earned vacation in Canada. Clements-Allen
weeks out West where he visited Las Vegas Mrs. Zola Jiles Sullivan I
and Disneyland. Benjamin Jenkins arrived in Miami on Wedding Set principal of Naranja Elemen-
August 8 to attend the funeral of his brother, For tary School for the past six
Estelle Waller has completed her. studies Clarence. Willie Jenkins. Ben is a well known OctoberJoe years will be on sabbatical
at the University of Michigan and returned Miamian who migrated to Boston, Mass and leave this school year, studying -
home. Clements and Mar- abroad at Oxford Univer-
joined the police force there. He returned on ian Allen of Opa-locka sity in England. Mrs. Sullivan
Alma Lucille Crawford and daughter are Thursday. While here he resided with his are planning an October would like to express thanksto
visiting in Orlando. brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. (Mary) wedding. Joey Is a well- her family,staff and friends
of
Orchids to the Nassau Crippled Child- Jenkins of Jollivette Plaza. known private Investi- kindness for the numerous that have gestures helped to

ren's Committee and Variety Children's Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Willie Frank Bell left on gator lightweight and former champ.Hawaiian make this experiencepossible.She .
who arranged for ten children from the Aug. 6 to spend a week in Birmingham and a After the wedding, future will leave the states on
the United
August 26 on S. S.
Bahamas to receive orthopedic and plastic week in Macon,. Ga. plans are to go to
States Liner, and expects to
surgery here. Mrs. Adeline Coleman Los Angeles Cal., to
and Mrs. Ethel return August 1966 to resume
Emma Jane Simmons of 1360 NW 68th Boyd are back from their trip to Nassau. dence.take up permanent resi- her work in the Dade County

St. returned from St. Louis' Homer G. Phillips Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Young &f Nassau, School System.

Hospital where she is a student nurse. spared no expense in seeing that they had .a 7.y

Mrs. George Cash Sr., is attending the grand time. !
OME ONE! COME
Knights of Pythias convention, in' Sacramento; Beautiful invitations are in the mail for (
Cal. as supreme representative. of Grand Courtof the Frontiers Gardens Party and Dance at the o TO THEUNIQUE'S ALLll
k 1.
Calanthe. Roney Plaza hotel next Friday night. n n CLUB

Mrs. James Carter and daughter, Judy, 'Dr. Elmer Ward, wife, Anna Belle, and "n, J .'
are visiting relatives and friends at Madison, son Charles, leave this weekend for 17 daysin SAT THE.,I FIESTA NIGHT CLUB..,' ')
(jff
Florida. Jamaican. Rev. and Mrs. Edward T. Graham 642. ,j.W.! 2ND., AVENUE :....,$,I'
Lang and Queen Esther Hall are cuddling with their two grandchildren are already en- "
their second. This time a darling girl. joying a stay in that Caribbean paradise on a FRIDAY I. SEPTEMBER 3, $IS65

Annette McNeal is attending the Deltas' month's vacation. MUSIC BY MAX NEWBOLD

national convention at Los Angeles. DANCING FROM 10 O'CLOCK TIL

Mrs. Percy Brown (Carmetta) and son, Star-spangled savings plan DONATION $1.25 TABLES FREE

Paul, visited relatives in Northern Florida.

Eloise Anton Bain and daughters, Joy
and Bernadette of New York City are visitingher

sister Edna Alexander and family. .. .
y ..
Mr. and Mrs. James Chandler ;-anddaughterpYvonne t

,. ,enjoyed-,cruise "to Nassau -" ,
last week.

Visiting the Earl Mizells this week were "

Mr. and Mrs. Clive Burgess, Enid Darnell and .M/l.ere old. and.new friends .ett .,
Emily Swainson all of Bermuda. The party has "

made plans to go cross country to Californiaand EARL EDWARDS, PROP.
then home by way of New York.
159-8422 4409 N.W.1TH AVE.
PHONE
Mrs. Henry Knox (Louvenia) and

daughter (Melanie) are vacationing in Quincy,

Fla. ...,, ..
Unlrphm., UnitrStstn Ehd0 rr t' w.t w..w. ,uN.is s c..s.r
Get well wishes to Garth Reeves Jr. who'son

crutches from. a fractured foot while prac-
U.S. SAVINGS BONDS 1
ticing judo.: .
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus (Rosina) Bently

have returned from Nassau after attending .UlliHHHBMBBBHUIBniLet
the funeral of her sister. I

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ashe spent their
vacation across country in Los Angeles. Your Boy

Mr. and Benjamin Lewis of Mem- I

phis, Tenn. were here for the Urban League ; OPERATE HISOWNBUSINESS
conference and spent a few days with Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Weaver Jr. I

Mrs. William C. Oates and daughter, ,,'
L'Tanya of Tallahassee are visiting Joyce's /.
parents, Dr. and Mrs. Ira P. Davis.
I
Mrs. T. L. Lowrie and children, Charles H. ,cal alt startedfor I

and Annie Louise cruised to Nassau last week.

Mrs. Emma Burroughs and daughter, I only
Janet of Nassau are visiting her sister and
brother-in-law, Rev. and Mrs. Wilfred eI

Mrs. Cleomie Dean Watkins and Gl.aSS'1 s I tk. .
Harold Jr. Ruth and grandson tiniJ e
Earle, ,
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Slade Jr., have returned to New York after
attending the funeral of the late Harold I IN YOUR OWN NEIGHBORHOOD EACH WEEK .

Dean Sr. ITS EASY! IT'S FUN!
George and Winnie .Kilpatrick along with

their children attended the World's Fair. Here's how..... e w? idrc:
in attendance at the I
While there George was
Frontiers meeting. First you buy 11 copies of the Miami Times for

99tf. Sell them for 15tf a piece. You make 66?
Mrs. Leroy Brown, Sandra Williams, {
along with Debbie and Allen Jones returnedon profit. With this profit plus your original 99$ investment ..w

Tuesday from Deland and Lake Wales. you buy 22 more Miami Times. Repeat In Fine Whiskey..

Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Thompson of Nas- this process until you are selling 50 or more FLEISCHMANN'Sis

sau vacationed in Miami recently. papers. When you are selling 50 Miami Times,

Rowena Wilson is relaxing and enjoyingher you will make $3.00 prof it for yourself each week. the big buy!

vacation in Brunswick, Ga.

Rev. Mrs. A. M. Woo die y of New CALL, WRITE OR VISIT OUR OFFICE First taste will tell you why! 'MRose
is
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NEW YORK = Sigma retired and ewart:E': St Louis, Ill.;;
Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. Indianapolis Grand C. Reynolds.
ended its :30th Annual was succeeded by Mrs. Davis of Tex.; Alice;
B ST..Ri Boule here at the Statler Florence Anthony of her La.;; Grand Oklahoma City
h 5U Hilton Hotel bythe hometown. Other newly Effie Allen of ; Ann Stedman, Oak- -

adoption of resolutions elected officers were 2nd lis, Ind. and Calif.; Veking Toi-
commending Dr. Martin Grand Anti-BaslleUs Ro- tor Lillie Los Angeles.

BY DAVE BOND I Luther King for his civil bertha Napier of Chicago Berkley, Cal. Catherine"S The convention voted'

rights activities, praising ; grand anti-gramma- Board hold ,the 1967. Boule in.
President Johnson for teus D.' Opal Harvey ot Sorors Mary MlcUDelegates
""I REACIIED.1n" Bahamian, that means, "I'm Bact" leading the battle to give East St. Louis 111. and Rocky Mt., N. ; and visitors-
or I'm here
and WHEW Of course. I always enjoy Nassau the Negro full equality; Eplstoleus Lucille Shepherd Satchell, ; Miami were Verne-'
every time 1 10 there 1 find Winifred
something different This of New York. Jones. ; Silva
time it was the Potter's encouraging each of its Matte D. Bar-
Wheel on Charlotte Street, Just off Reelected to another Evelyn Hood, .
Eunice
Bay Street.They deal in 130 local chapters to sub- W. Liberty
Pottery and
Ceramics. Eunice
Now
I have term were Grand Basi- L.
never been interested scribe to a life member- Morse and Al-
in
pottery, but I didn't have
anything leus' Mrs. Neville; First Louis. Mo.;
else to do at the moment, and I went snooping and browsing ship In the NAACP and Taylor.
and really became interested i met the owner, Miss Joanne setting up a pilot projecton 4.
Houston and the manager Inger Solomon, and they took me the grassroots level to
on a guided tour of the factory. I saw how the molds were aid in the fight against --
made and painted, by hand, by two beautiful Jamaican girls poverty. .4 I E -
Faye Jones and Margie Black. Other members of the staff Hailed as the most successful AS AUG. 13-14-15! ONLY aYHE ..
are Joyce McFarland, Max Taylor, and Carl Rahming. Do of their conven- .
yourself a favor the nest time you are In Nassau, and stop tions since their Greek-
in and see the arts and crafts at the Potter's Wheel. It sort
startedon
of helps to make your Nassau trip complete. letter group was
.. the campus of Butler

One of the nicest guys in Nassau is lasso Rolle He University In Indiana.

manages the Yellow Bird Club, and is an easy-going fellow, 500 delegates from coast--
and a real gentleman..I ran into Dan Johnson and his wife to-coast dutifully attended -
on Bay Street. Ole is manager of our Virginia Beach); walked 'the week long sessions
right into Dr. and Mrs. Brady Cooper of Atlanta; and it presided over by reelected -
was almost like old home week. To sum it all upI can only Grand Basileus Mrs.
tell you that Nassau is still the greatest place to spend Annie W. Neville a
weekend or more,if you are looking for something new under Rocky Mount, N. C.
the sun ... Oh, bye the bye, September 30th is the last day school principal. Special ONE EVEASLE
'OOS
you'll be able to bring 5 bottles of the joy juice home. Af. attention was given to FAEO UNBEL
HE
ter that, only one bottle will be allowed.
. the undergraduate chap

Alrighty, now for home news ... I read Jack Kofoed and ters and how Sigma 4'
he wrote that there are'people who scream for something, could best Increase its"image"
and when they get it, they don't want It. This is true, and on the nation's HOW AI EARIHG I'Every
at least we agree on something The only thing is that it is campuses to attract new
better to know that you have something, and not use it, recruits.
that not to have it and want it, or need it. At least you know The highlight of the Night Except Tuesday (. ,
it is not forbidden to you. Forbidden fruit always looks week was their publiq
good. Tell me I can go anyplace I want to go, and I'll show meeting When Dr. Mat-
you that I don't particularly want to go there, I just want to thew J. Whitehead dean DAVE AKINS
know I can if I want to. NUFF SAID! of the District of Colum-
Trio.
bia Teachers College I .. '
PRETTY GIRL OF THE Washington. D. C. warned
WEEK: Faye Jones, Ceramist j them in his address to "in-
of Nassau still values of thrift and Maxie NewboldDANCE
economic productivity in
In his force- : ]
PRETTY BOY OF THEM our people. q
WEEK: Kenneth Williams ful and dynamic speechhe
tr.ld his attentive aud- GOOD MUSIC- CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT! : '
ience their work is cut

POLICEMAN OF THE out for them as useful Evtryont Swings Ev.ryon.'W.Icoa. MLOtfKOE
WEEK Amos Brooks
: citizens and guardians of "
the young minds who are HANK, REGGIE

being developed ,on t '1}. e I HANIE MOOR )
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DISC JOCKEY OF THE t
WEEK Jack campus. _
: McDermot-WKAT _' U'" U" ... _no n'_i'' Recently returned from, .
The hot this a 2% year tour of duty 1 Y
spot weekend will be N.W. 36th St. and 2nd
Ave. The James Club will present Ray Charles'' swinging In Lagos Nigeria, Dr. .
Whitehead dramatically
girls The Raylettes.I have seen them in action, and they are
THE MOSTI! Across the street, at My Cousin's Place, Frank ponted out how far the
Adamesi will wow his customers with the presence of one of Negro has come and how ,:AHD .NITECLIir,

the most fabulous singers in the U.S.A. The one and only much further he is to 207 NW :36 ST fri i 2ri Avt
Phyllis Branch, backed by the Dave Akins Trio. I will de- travel before he attains
finitely be there every,night. Now you can understand why I "full freedom."
say that will be the "hottest comer"in town this weekend. The sorors were offi-
... cially welcomed to the

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Former "wake-up" man, city by Acting Mavor
also known as "the helpless Housewives Helper"KirbyBrooks Paul Screvane, who praised
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has traded WINZ for ZNS in Nassau Yours truly the Sigmas for their "".wv.kkta.'awwa.acw.avtaia qasalO.vbAa > " .ak' N "
wishes to thank Mayme for doing the column while I was "dedication to equality." J
over the pond She writes almost as good as I do'-'Just He I also singled out for I J UsCl lti/
got a call from a policeman friend of mine and they are special mention one of Mr. b

looking for a pretty well known fellow who has passed out their officials, legal advisor -
$200 worth of bum checks. I believe they are looking in the Mrs. Ruth Whaley. 4
wrong the better city. Miami is too small for him, and Atlanta will be secretary to the Board of : COMER N.W. !6THSTREET & 2ND AVENUE /

spot. Estimate as an exampleof PRESENTS ] I
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The Frontiers are planning a swinging weekend at the 't ....
Roney Plaza Party on the Beach when they stage their an- Negro fight for women equality.winningthe \.,._,_ __..._-,_.-"" ......., J .. '" "' ..----,""-' -
nual Garden and Dance there August 20. The club has
At their business sessions -
worked out a deal'with the hotel and they are offering a resolutions were
special package plan to guests for the weekend the dance. continuing'their
adopted for
See you there next Friday. ,
Bobby' Terry WMBM Radio personality has split the Scholarship Fund
scene and Is no longer with the station. "How-now-brown- that has aided hundredsof
coe", same way black bull. girls in securing an ed-

. ucation. Contributionswere
made to the National -
Did you 'read where Frank Sinatra hired a yatch for Health Assn. the
$2,000 a day?, Just think of the poor people who could be ,
United
fe4 up with that kind of money? Negro College
. Fund and the Camp

Gee it's nice to be home Atlanta is a nice town, but Achievement, Pittsburgh, RAY CHARLES.CO.STAUING
WITH
Miami is the place where we live life, every golden minuteof Pa.Special FORMERLY
it..PltU."H1 awards were
given to Jacqueline Perryfor
Campus Sigma of the
.
Year; the Hattie Redford
Award went to the Ten-
QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCAtfeNtioH nessee A and I under-

All Graduates! graduate chapter for Its
attendance and campus,
activities, and Ollle Greenof
WE HAVE CAPS AND GOWNS TO PHOTOGRAPH YOU Los Angeles was
awarded a plaque in appreciation ft HIS ROYAL SHEIKS,
LONG BEFORE OR AFTER THAT BIG DAY. COME IN drt
of her GeorgeW.
ANYTIMEJohnson Carver Day work

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I:: "Rosiland Sweeting is Married to George MurrayMiss Pepper. Praises Voting-- Bill

Congressman Claude Pepper language of the Act lays the

Rosalyn Sweetingwas The marriage. service (D-Fla.) praised the passageof judicial legislative holdYng rlho for a
married to George W. and charge ware read as the Voting Rights Act of poll
Murray Jr. on last Sun- the couple stood and 1965 "for taking the price tag tax as a condition for the exercise -
day at 5:30: in the afternoon knelt under an arch of of the franchise to vote in of the right to vote is in
in the Bethany greenery and deep rose America." violation"of, the Constitution or
and.t
Seventh Day Adventist and white flowers designed Citing his authorship as our
Church NW 50th St. EIder by Thomas Frank early as 1942 of legislation to-
R. I> Woodfork offi- Walker. The sanctuarywas abolish the poll tax, Pepper
ciate'd.The. decorated with two said the 1965 Act, which not $495 DOWN$495 DOWN
bride demure and I eight-foot potted trees directly banning the poll tax,
charming was given in J&-1 placed at either side of will give the United States NEW! NEW!
marriage by her brother. ; the rostrum and other Supreme Court the basis for
3 BEDROOMS
Sumner Sweeting Jr. She greenery banking the eliminating the payment of 2 BATHS
wore a traditional wed- area. White wedding bells poll taxes as a requirementfor Built-in kitchen. woik-in\
ding gown of white Be- backed by palm fronds voting in state and local closets. Lots of extras.
lustra satin. The bodice _were placed on each of the elections. The poll tax is already 877 H.W. 73rd St.
featured, long'sleeves walnut trusses; bouquetsof banned in federal elec-
which ended in points white flowers markedthe tions. 615 N.W. 69th St.

aver the hand; Alencon Ii pews reserved for the "I am morally certain" CALL JE K902 I
lace re-embroidered with families of the bride and Pepper said, "that the final
seed pearls and sequins. groom; palms were also
accented the scoop neck- placed beside the double

line and the full-length doors leading into the western Senior H. 1 g 'h Ily and Dr. Harry Sweet-
Church deco-
front panel of the prin rations sanctuary. School. She is a licensed Ing all of Ft. Lauderdaleand
done under
cess-styled floor were
length practical nurse and has Mrs. A. Ailey of Ri-
dress. the supervision of Charles
Each emphasis was J \ viera Beach.
been employed at Jackson
placed on a low-placed Farrington.An
Memorial Hospital since
double bow from which elaborate wedding
fell held 1964. Mr. Murray son of Arrangements for the
a chapel train. Her reception for 200 was
bouffant veil of white I in the spacious auditoriumof Mr. and Mrs. George W. wedding were under the
double illusion net was the Bonded Collection Murray Sr., of Fort general supervision of Dr.
held by an Imperia. Agency 41st St. at 7th Lauderdale, will enter his Sweeting's' foster son,
crown of seed nearls. Rh I A0_r4 Ave. Palm fronds and senior year as a minister, Herbert C. Long assistant
carried a cascade bridal "H vari-colored flowers ial student at the denomi leader of Home Mission-

bouquet of white gamel-, Matron of ,Honor but Murray (brother of the were used here, too, as nation's Oakwood College. aries and president of the
has with a single purple were in'rainbow colors. groom) and Benjamin decorations. The long Huntsville, Ala. The Mur- South Florida Ushers'
orchid. White pearlized Their accessories and Rachel. All wore formal table at which the bridal rays' will be in residenceat I Federation. of the Seventh
pumps completed her at- bouquets matched the attire of striped trousers party and parents of the Hanner's Hotel until Day. Adventist Church.
tire.Mrs. colors of their gowns. cut-away coats, winged newly-married couple Mr. Murray returns to Mrs. Long who directedthe
Gomera Brennen All Urlde's attendantswore collars and gray, black- were seated following the school next month.Outof4own wedding is the clerkof
(Alema Sweeting)' served white opera-length striped ascots. Bouton- receiving line and the guests included the Bethany Seventh
'as her sister's Matron gloves. nieres were white carna- traditional cake-cuttim, the groom's fam- Day Adventist Church.
of Honor. Her floor- Nelda Gaiter and Elaine tions. ,was covered with white
length dress of aqua Rahmings, flower girls The mother of the bride damask and decorated
Sata Peau in Empire wore floor-length white wore a two-piece rose white flowers and ferns.
style with a skit fabric dresses with, lace bodices lace dress with white ac- Official hostesses were J1lI ;
rose marking the high featuring back ruffles. cessories. Her corsage was Pamela and Rose Far- --
waistline had a bodice The full skirts were of of deep pink roses. Mrs. rln ton, Cynthia Green. !I BLUE NOTE IAR ;
with a bateau necklin. white petal-sprinkled Murray Sr., chose a paleblue Sharon and Diane I
and cap sleeves. The organdy. Their head chiffon sheath printed -. Pemberton; Susie Cole. and ,
skirt, smooth in the, front pieces were circlets of with flowers In varied Gloria' Stewarf kept the 5211 NW 17 Ave rtg'
had fullness at the back. white pleated net. They shades of blue. Her accessories gift book. Ten days priorto
Her circular double net wore short White gloves were dark blue; the wedding, the bride %The.Friendliest I _. .Bar In Town.Jl
had .
headpiece matched the and carried white flower her corsage was of white been honored by her

color of her dress. It was baskets decorated with roses tied with blue rib- co-workers at Jackson ,.. ."... .'....
with a surprise miscel-
held by a seed pearl pink satin bows. Eric bons.
coronet from which a Anthony Coins resplendent Music for the occasion laneous shower.
single large pearl sus- in a white linen suit- included an organ recitalof Mrs. Murray Jr., is the Come in and say "hello" to:

... pended from the center carried a white, gold- appropriate classical daughter of Mrs. Martha Elinor, Foots, Bessie, Betty, Betty Jo
Bf r o n t. Her silk embossed Bible- numbers and three vocal .Sweeting and the late
gift. of
't. pumps-were-.aqua. .S...hue.the**bride's,., uncle .selections which preceded Sumner.. Sweeting''. .Sr., * * * * *,* *
carried a cascade of bouQuets the who was one of seven :
Harry Sweeting, on aheartshaped ceremony. Soloists H YEFUNi4mnt I iIAI DENJ Y O l1
of yellow white satin wefe Sylvia Lorene, Far- brothers who were pio- ; FICOLDCOLD.BEER

Launita lias.Gaiter Vernell be-ribboned pillow. rington Barbara and Glenn George Green.the"neers. in'Manford the Dade.of Countyarea. Miami I : { !!: *FJNii', i: '
Vernald servedhis sang '
Lewis, Ellen Stewart and brother Murray Best Lord's Prayer immediately and Dr. Harry Sweetingof HOME"' COOKED SOUSE' '
as man. '
Nat'herly Wilcox. Thel* Ushers headed by Ver- following the ceremony. Ft. Lauderdale are the HICKORY SMOKED1 BARB RIBS
two paternal uncles of the ,
gowns were identical in Samuel Adelphus served "
stvle with that' of the John nald Edgecomtte.Boston, Timothy included as both organist and ac- bride who was a 1962 To eat here {take out: .
companist. graduate of Miami North-
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1 : : : ::e:::: : :": thing every employer i s search-
WEEKLYSOCIAL POVERTY PROGRAM NAMES Ing for," he pointed out. "I FOR SALE
believe we can sell employerson
the ideas that chronically $400 down buys excellent
NOTESBY EMPLOYMENT AND unemployed people are indeed Duplex. FHA Terms. Go
trainable and can become valuable -
employees." to 2241 M.W. 93rd Ttrr.

MR. BOND MODELS TRAINING DIRECTOR Dr. Strauss, 42, lives with 1 bedroom 76x112 apart
his wife Lillian and three .
ments. Full price $13,200.See
daughters at 7935 S. W. 21st
--' --r Richard Weatherley, executive Chicago, said he will work Street.'SUPPORT. it and you will buy it.
tf. : director of Economic closely with the Florida State
:h, : Open house 10-6 on Satur-
,: I Opportunity Program Inc., has Employment Service and other '
,
1", ; : announced the appointment of agencies involved in employment ..; '" 'V's:4" ""'':'''f ,fP 1i>< ", day and Sunday. See Miss
: Dr. Harold Strauss as Em- programs.He II'' O'Hearn ofFORTUNE
: ployment and Training Deve- pointed out that EOPI ( : REALTY
I : loper for Dade County's war already has on the planning
i : on poverty. board a unique proposal to YOUR' (exclusive)
\ : Dr. Strauss, who earned provide on-the-job training for TSH9I2
: his Ph.D. in International Re- 600 adults from among the
: lations from the University of coreemployment.These YMCA, I FAMILY TO
Geneva in Switzerland, has Ii TAKE YOUR
people,_ until now
r :, worked for the past 11 years considered permanently out- i CHURCH SUNDAY
ai 1 for Food Fair Stores, Inc., of side the labor market, wouldbe
Miami. He was Director of given up to 12 weeks work-
personnel training.His shop experience working with IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A HOME NOT JUST
new job will be to the tools and materials actually -
provide a bridge to permanent demanded by the job A HOUSESEE THIS ONE: 3 BEDROOMS, BATH
P employment for youths and they argil learning. CARPORT AIR COND.
older persons who complete Following workshop training DEN, LIVING ROOM, ,
training in programs sponsored they would be placed with ON A FENCED IN LOT 100X136. DRIVE BY
under the Economic for further
private employers ,
Opportunity Act.Weatherley training up to a maximum of 1180 N.W. 81TH STREET. THEN CALL FOR

explained, 28 weeks, during which they APPOINTMENT. TOTAL PRICE $11,100.
Our model of the week is Frances Ross. Miss "It is easy to get certain would be paid through the
Ross, a 1965 graduate of Northwestern High School, types of work-experience pro- Economic Opportunity Pro- t t .
does part time ,modeling for Richards DepartmentStore grams established. But that's
and is now studying pyschology at Dade County only half the job. Our further gram.Hopefully, many employers THIS IS A BEAUTY. 2 BEDROOMS, I BATH,
Junior College. She's pretty, she's smart, and she task is to make sure persons would find themselves with UTILITY ROOM, FLA ROOM ALSO YOU NAME
makes a stunning model. Avalon Studios.eeeeeeeee graduating from these programs useful and well-trained persons
will not drop back into at the end of that periodDr. THE FRUIT AND THE TREE IS THERE. SEE
the ranks of the unemployed." Strauss said. PRICE
AT 1120 N.W. 89TH ST $11,000.
Miss Ross now a Junior Model under Mr. Bond is Dr. Strauss, a native of "A trained person is some- t
one of a team of professional models, trained to &lve tt
a Beauty Social on facial beauty, charm and poise, or CBS DUPLEX
wig-hair care at your home, club or church. To arrange -
for a Beauty Social call 759-2482 in Miami.. 1121 N.W. 45TH ST. 2 BEDROOMS, I BATHUP

922-3559 in Ft. Lauderdale. A Beauty Social is a free I FOR SALE STAIRS, 2 BEDROOMS, I BATH, FLA ROOM,
public service of Mr. Bond.
On August 1st, Models Dolly Whlteheod and Alice 3 Bedroom House CBSN. DOWNSTAIRS LOT8IXI25. TOTAL PRICE
Jennings. spent a very pleasant afternoon at the homeof
$18,000. .
Mrs. Eartha Christy of 334 Charles Avenue, Coconut
Grove, entertaining Mrs. Christy and ten of her W. 31TH STREET NEAR 12TH AVENUE BARGAIN BUY. 3 BEDROOMS, I BATH, LIVING

guests.On August 2nd, at a meeting of the*Mr. Bond Exe- Reasonable Small Down Payment ROOM, KITCHEN, CARPORT, UTILITY ROOMS.
cutive Board of Beauticians trophies were awarded to
.. Emma Summersctt and Mrs. Mary'Wilson REBROEKERTE TOTAL PRICE $10,500. $1,000 DOWN.
CHRISTA LEE BEAUTY SHOP Owner Christa HERB MUNNINGS .
CALL
Lee Cooper, 842 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 16354. .Ano- FOR BETTER HOMES

Agency of Mr. Bond Wigs!! Welcome. Mrs. Cooper. 7576365 Wellington S. BrownREG.

,,;;To'J look your tost+ ?
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And this is what all these ladies did .Welcome
ladies to the Mr. Bond family: Money to ,Loan

NAMES FOR.WIG,PURCHASERS' ., '_ -- i'"'+..A.<., 1..At ,"... >#< ." ",,)" ,'_, ....... _" \
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Mesdomes Alice Counts, Leona Timms, Coretha
% $1,000 to 1,500 ON YOUR HOME OR LOT "
Watts, Rosemary Jones, Emmett Cox, Wynn, Louise \ 1fOllSt
McPhee, Elsie Rhymest an "old friend of Mr. Bond, PAY $35 MONTH I \S Q
Brown, Crain., Gertrude Johnson, Ethel Tlggs, Mary '
Pinkard, Yvonne Fernandez, Doretha Brown, Spotford ';To Fix, up Your House \ All CBS 111111
Wilson, Annie Lee Mayers, Cora Walker, Carter, Laura .4'" Build Bathroom .
Martin of Ft. Lauderdale, Gertrude Lane, Roxle Lit. :' To a Room or

tie, Salon of Ada Williams, Mrs. Malice Streeter; Star.key's ';To Buy, Awnings or a Fence 2-3 Bed roow-Fla. RoomsINO
Wig Salon, Ruth Butler. ***"' '
Have you brought your coupon in on the free draw- CALL ANY DAY OR NITE 'CLOSING COSTS

ing being held on ,August 27 at the Hampton House?
Look on the back page for details.CALLOWAY'S Ford Mortgage Co.

CORNERGrand
3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635.4595
Exalted Ruler Hobson Reynolds here for 65 N.W. 49TH STREET

for the Urban League Convention says everything'sready $400 DOWN 80.80 MONTHLY
in Philadelphia for the Elk's Grand Lodge Con .
vention. A coincidence, the Elks were here last year- * *
Urban League Convention follows the same pattern-
they will meet in Philadelphia'nelt year! The United { Best Buys in Town 1110 N.W. 8TH AVENUE
United Fund Campaign Drive is getting under way and ; $400 DOWN $9,000 TOTAL
as you know volunteers are'need in Allapattah area. t tt
If interested call 7592482. Now that it is a law -
and you have no excuse be sure and register so you Beautiful CBS Duplex. 2 bedroom and 1 bedroom. Din- 1110 N.W. 84TH STREET
can votet!! women-for good government, let's set the Ing room in both apt. Front porch, patio, appliances.
pace. Make sure your relatives, friends and neighborsare $15,000 FHA. $450 Down. Nice area. $76.95 MONTHLY NO QUALIFYING
registered. Call WMBM at JE 2-6347 for further in- * .55. .

formation.. ,, Listen''to* "Progress Report" 8 a.m. and 1p.m. CBS Beauty. 2 bedroom, Fill room, carport, appliances, 1834 N.W. 88TH STREET

washing machine, swimming pool, sprinkler. Only
MONTHLY
-- $350 DOWN $58.55
:: : C1: ::: I : : : : : : n '" $300 down. $13,000 total.
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RECOGNITION DAY AT Several of the children will {I
be taking part on the programme. Lovely CBS 3 bedroom, Fla room, rear porch, stove, 1441 H.W. 87TH TERRACE

CHILDREN'S HOMEOn Mrs. Mettie Brown will air cond., $300 down. $12,000 total. No costs. $400 DOWN $19.52 MONTHLY
Glee Club, and * *
conduct the
Sunday, August 15 at Supervisor Alfonso Williams t t .
3:45 p.m. Recognition Day will conduct recognitions. NO QUALIFYING ON THE FOLLOWINGLarge 89TH TERRACE
N.W.
2360 I
will be observed at the Dade
will be offered by Mr.
County Children's Home in George Prayer Jones. Benedictionwill CBS, 4 bedroom,dining room, carport. Large lot. $350 DOWN $65.68 MONTHLY
Kendall. The guest speakerwill be given by Rev. Morris Fenced. Only $1,000 down. $10,500 total. t tt .
be Mrs. Rebecca Fisher. * *
Elliot.
She Ernest will Hutcheson be presented, Jr. by Rev. The public is invited. Only $700 Down. 2 bedroom, completely furnished. 1810 N.W. 93RD TERRACE

Large kitchen, front, rear porch, patio. $8,500 total. $400 DOWN $74.39 MONTHLY
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THANK YOU Lovely 2 bedroom, enclosed front porch. Dining room, ONLY Y $100 DOWN WITH 221 CERTIFICATE
Near bus. Only $1,000 down. $9,800 total.
We wish to sincerely thank each of you carport. * SPECIALS FOR URBAN RENEWAL PEOPLE i

whose continuous priase of my divinely inspired CBS Beauty. 2 bedroom, large kitchen, utility room, MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM

"HEAT TREAT" for helping to beCome appliances, 2 air conds., many extras. Only $10,500
total. $1,500 down. $68 month pays all.
a part of a select chain. * *

As of August 15, 1965, I will only handle WE HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS Get the Best Call NOW

500 to 1,000 "HEAT TREATS" per year. VA AND FHA HOMES FROM $100 DOWN

Again, thanks, to you for your patience and 7575724AETNA


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Bethel AME Church are presiding prelate of the Presbyterian Church, a This church has an opportunity -
finalizing activities for a 11th Episcopal District. Church for all People, for develop- TEMPLE BAPTISTThe
SALTERS CHAPEL A.M.E. spectacular "homecoming"event The District comprises located at NW 12th Ave. ment of a radical Chris-

Rev. II. J. Benson, pastor August 22. The occasion Florida and the ,Bahama and 43rd St., will have tianity known as the ser- City-wide Mission,
Flossie Marshall, reporter will mark a re- Islands. Dr. Joe Hall speaking at vant form.They. Mrs. Lula Moran, presi-
dedication to Christian Activities for the entire Its 11 o'clock service on now have the dent, will hold Its monthly -
Everyone who came Sunday ideals i and the pursuit of day are being planned by Sunday morning- freedom to seize the opportunity -' meeting Sunday, 3 p.m.
morning enjoyed a very high another 'year's :work. Efforts committees. Mrs. Naomi of knowing and at Temple. President
spirited testimonial service. will be made to Ward Symonette is the The church 'Is endea- serving the city of Miamias Hepburn Is requestingthe

It was so touching to hear round up the more than general program chalr- voring to become a fellowship Christian citizens full cooperation of
everyone say that they are 600 members for the pro- *man. A special feature of all people, across class cultural and her co-workers and of the

working with out their soul salvation view.At -. gram which will be held will be a music festival who will give them- racial lines. entire membership.The .
a heavenly
in the main auditoriumof featuring outstanding tal- selves in meeting the
3 p.m. Salters Chapel the church at 243 NW ents. Mrs. Frances Trapp needs of people. Dr. Hall Dr Joe Hall, an out- contest sponsoredby

service along with at the' Wntioch'Baptist pastor rendered 8th St.Rev.. Gause is in charge of re- will seek to make us standing Christian lay No. 2 choir Sunday afternoon

Church on 19th Ave and 64thSt S. A. Cousin, pas- freshments.All aware of the human man in the community, was quite a suc-
for their church anniver- tor of the' church, has announced churchmen of the needs of our city and is superintendent of pub- cess. The program was

sary. Rev. P. W. Wiggins is that the formal Greater Miami area are suggest how a Christian lic Instruction of Dade interesting and inspiring
the pastor. address for the day will invited to witness the fellowship can respond County.METROPOLITAN. with Miss L. Rose as M.C.

The delegates along with be delivered by Bishop homecoming festival.FRIENDSHIP Mrs. L. Williams raised

the pastor Sunday night left the highest amount, and
for the Tri-State Conventionin HT. AARON BAPTIST M. B. NEW MACEDONIA Mrs. C. Hatcher came sec-
Jacksonville. The delegates 3165 NW 50th Street ond. All the members of
are Miss Muriel Ward, Fifth Woman's Day Observance Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastorSis. Rev. Roscoe Jackson, Rev. J. J. Wlllams, pastor the choir deserve credit
Sunday, August 15. Ruby Carr, reporter M. Bannerman reporter
Miss Bernice Ward, also accompanying
for well-done
The
officers
a
Job.
' them are Mrs. Morning speaker Mother Royal Friday night, August 13at president, Last Sunday's services
and members of choir No. President M. Hall and the
and afternoon speaker sis 8 p.m. No. 1 choir will were very impressive.Choir .
Arnie Lee Gunter, Miss Carolyn -
1 wish to take this wish to thank all
Williams who traveled by Irene Brown.Chairman is Irene be celebrating its 32nd oppor- No. 3 furnished the group
Greyhound. Brown Sis, Berdie Lawrenceis anniversary with various tunity to thank each and music and Usher Board the participants, espec-

Coming events: The Junior co-chairman and Rev. A.A. choirs of the city partici- everyone who helped to No.3 served. Two mem- ially L. Wilkinson Mrs.
make their
third anniver-
Church program Sunday at 3 McCraney is pastor. pating and on August 15 bers joined the church V. Williams and Miss
p.m. On the 4th Sunday from at 3 p.m. the anniversary sary a great success both during the morning ser June Storr and her ac-
spiritually and financially.
4 to 6, a Calendar Tea at the HT. SINAI BAPTISTRev. will conclude with, more Total raised vices. companist.
home of Mr. and Mrs. Clo Ran- singing from choirs and $932.17.On was On Sunday evening the ..
king. The 5th Sunday at 3 s. A. Thomas, pastor Rev. A. M. Griffin of Shiloh the fourth pastor and his family Get-well wishes for all
,
p.m. Usher Board No. l anni- Baptist Church Sunday along ,with delegates and the sick, especially those
will be
versary. Jt is now revival A beautiful skit in Sunday preaching the anniver- we observing our chaperones Journeyed to who are hospitalized.
second Bi-Annual Men'sDay
time. Prayer meeting will School on Sunday climaxed our sary sermon. The president Jacksonville to the state Mrs. Muriel Wallace underwent -
start Monday night after the 3rd Vacation Bible School. On Deacon Albert Lewis Rev. W. M. Davis, convention. The congre- surgery at Mt.

Sunday. Don't forget to come the same program, certificates along with the mem- pastor Church of of First Brownsville Baptist gation hopes that they Sinai two weeks ago. She

and hear this great'dynamic of recognition were presentedto bers extend to you an Invitation will be the 'had a safe and enjoyable is convalescing at home.
minister of the jet age. The the pupils and teachers at this time. morning
Houston of Also 18 8 speaker; Rev. W E. Sims, trip.Tuesday the
Rev. Mt. Zion who were in attendance to August at evening
A.M.E. Church of Daytona the school. Two special pre p.m. No. 1 Usher Board pastor of New Hbpe M. B. Third Quarterly Confer- This coming Sunday we
Beach. All visitors are wel- sentations were presented to will be celebrating its Church will be the even- ence will be held. There are looking forward to
come. Etta Mae Thomas and Mrs. anniversary. The presi- Ing speaker. The afternoon will be an outdoor sup- having a glorious service.
Linnie S. Carey for their out- dent, Deacon B. T. Smart,, speaker will be announced per honoring our beloved Rev. J. A. Roberts presiding
MT. CALVARYRev. standing work in this year's and members invite you next week. Presiding Elder, Rev. J. Elder of the North
Vacation Bible School. to attend. You are always Let us pray for the bereaved A. Roberts. All boardsare Miami District will deliver
S. Atchison, pastor The annual picnic on last welcome at Friendship. family of Sis. Mat- asked to have their the message. All
Constance Carter, reporter ,tie Davis.
Saturday, was a glorious success written reports and seals members are urged to be
Our revival meeting brought Everyone who attendedthe ZION HOPE M.' B. ready on that I evening. present.J ?
Grace
us unspeakable joy. We truly 'picnic 'this"year enjoyed, Rev. Paul Freeman; pastor Presbyterian
thank Jesus for our revival themselves immensely. Spa Elizabeth Jackson, Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor
and for sending Rev. Phillips cial thanks to the committee reporter We thank Mrs. Viola Go to Church Sunday4CATIQNTIMEt

our way.As a climax to our revival for their wonderful planning. Services were spiritually Strachan Annette Stra-
This week ended our prayer chan and Mrs. Albertha
fifteen new souls were high all day last Sun. ,
baptized and added to God's services leading up to the day. We baptized nine Cordon for teaching our
record book of eternal life. revival preaching services.On candidates Sunday morn- two weeks vacation school fJ2 :
The No.4 Usher Board will next week our evangelist Ing and were blessed with classes. This Sunday at
sponsor a beach party, Sat- Rev. John Wesley Lowe of seven more. 7:30: pm. the Vacation
urday night August 14. Buses Albany, Georgia will beginour The ohurch of tomor- School will present its By MRS. JOHN H.

will leave promptly at 7:30 preaching services. All row will be in action on annual program.On BARKLEY native markets. African
p.m. Tickets may be sucured are 'asked *to come out, and Monday, Aug. 16 at 8 p.m. the fourth Sunday Each spring brings vacation jungles and their beauti-
from any member of the No. bring some unsaved person The Rev. Nathan Streeter August 22 we will have time to many in- ful beaches.
4 Usher Board. Price is $1.25lor with you. will be in charge. He our annual planning cor.- dividuals. Mrs. J. H. Bark- Dinner was served in
adults and 75* for children. Let us keep in mind the Is a young associate min- ference, to be held at he ley wife of John H. tropical huts composed of

Everyone is invited to come Young Women League's ister of Friendship Mr B. church. We will discuss Barkley real estate busi- Liberian dishes. One
and enjoy an evening of fun held"Orange Blossom Tea" to be Church which the Rev. and put in our calendarthe nessman of Miami and Its day of leisure was allowed -
and free refreshments. at the Bonded Collection J. E. Jenkins t is the "a general plans and surroundings, has returned for personal exploration -

Agency Community Room, tor. This program is In goals for the year (Sep- from her third trip (shopping) with
from 3:30-5:30 p.m. This behalf of No.,, 1 Usher tember to June.) abroad. embassy officials.

USHERS FED promises Sinai's to be one of Mt. Board's anniversary, so The pastor and his family This tour began May 5>> May 22 we left Monro-

The monthly Union most outstanding don't miss it. It will be were glad to entertaintwo leaving from New York via by way of Pan Amer-
Julia
events. Mrs. Thomas is
meeting of the Ushers'Federation chairman and Mrs. B. Greeneis a real treat. The pastor !surging clergymen visiting in City on the s.s. United ican Airways and arrived
Association president. all members to attend Miami: Rev. Bryant States. After four days of !in Ghana where we were

will tfe held Sunday, Aug- all their weekly George of the Board of travelling along with 42 met by our representative -
ust 22 at 3 pm. It will be meetings. Don't forget to Natonal Missions in New Americans from different who transferred us
NEW pray for the sick and York and Rev. and Mrs.
BETHJ3L to the
held at Peaceful Zion states, we arrived at Ambassador Hotel.
shut-ins. _,_ Frank Morgan of the
M. B. Church, 2400 NW Usher Board Le Harve, France. In a The sightseeing in Ghana
No.1 will NEW Goodwill Presbyterian
68th St. The Ushers' Mass SHILOH+
few hours they reached was wonderful. This
celebrate
will be held Its anniversary RPV. A. M. Griffin, Church in Fort Pierce.
meeting at8pm. pastor Paris, the beautiful tour included
"cityof
Sunday, Aug. 15 at 3 p.m. Eugene Jones reporter Remember: You are always government
Thursday, August at the ohurch the latest styles for buildings set in modern
located at welcome at Grace.
The No. 1 Usher Board,
"
the ladies. temple
19.A 1571 NW 68th Terr. Rev. designs. The
very unique and elab- is sponsoring a barbecue
We remained four Christlanborg
Owens
days Castle.
Taylor will be
the
orate program has been cookout Saturday, Aug. McGHANNEY President
guest speaker sightseeing. From Paris K w a m e
for the
14 at the home
planned for your enjoy- of Sis. SPEAKSFor
we went to Rome Nkrumah's residence
the
evening.
Refreshments Italy, ,
ment. Please come. Hadley, 2961 NW 66th St.
looketh
man on
will be a very historical with Independence Memorial
city
served
after the We
Edwin are looking forwardto
Deacon ,
Ramsey the outward
appearance, wonderful sights of Arch, Ghana Art Museum
program. Everyone is in- there. struc- ,
Wfllle J. Beard seeing you
president ,
; vited.A but the Lord looketh on ture, especially the Supreme Court
religious buUd-
Is and Rev. C P. Remember to visit and
reporter the heart. I Sam. 16:17.I : ing, War
temples. This Memorial
to West Hol- experienceof and
Hayride
Preston, pastor. pray for the sick and have found something
lywood will also be givenin shutins. Deacon Major in my everyday life that two days carried us ona Accra Library which Is
behalf of the occasionon Summerset is in Jack- makes life worth living.Oh return to Paris. located In a lovely gar-

NEW PROVIDENCERev. Saturda son room 5173.ANTiOCH yes. I make a lot of Leaving Paris we arrived den.On
C. J Burney, pastorSis. at 7 p.m. Tickets may mistakes against others in Robertsfield, Li- Saturday night we
Claudia M. Wilson be purohased at the BAPTIST and others make mistakes bera where we took a 45- were escorted to one of
reporter church on said day. against me, but regard- mile scenic drive to the the leading night clubs
1899 NW 64th Street to
Have you been attend- Titus Tillman, presi- Rev. P. W. Wiggins, less, I always have to be deluxe Ducar International participate' In the nation -
ing the revival meeting? dent; Mrs. Shirley Not- pastor the one to ask forgiveness. Hotel in Monrovia, the s formal dance called
Just one more week. Rev. tage, secretary; Rev. Er- The third i Sunday in And it makes me capital of Liberia. It was the Iigh Life.

W. M. Boyd of Albany, nest Williams, pastor. August will be the Dea- feel ten feet tall when I quite interesting to know Sunday was a day of
Ga., revivalist. Don't let cons and Deaconesses ask whether I am for- that this city was named leisure to visit churches

the last week pass with- anniversary.The given or not I am happy for one of the U. S. Presidents of which Yours Truly at-
out hearing him. Time: NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. fourth Sunday in within to ask. It makes no James Monroe. tended.
7:15: p.m. Baptism servicesthe August will be the anni- difference, I just love Here we visited govern- From Ghana we took
fourth Sunday in the W. E. Sims,pastorA. versary sion of the Home Mis- people, youth and adults ment and historical build- the flight to London and

morning. service. All can- L. Stephens, reporterWe Society. the same They are all the ings, Liberia's Hall'of from London took the
didates are asked to be are now in the process There will be a sale same size in spirit.So Fame, the national cap. flight back to the States.
August 14th at 5
present at 10 a.m. and of our revival. Evangelist, the home of Alva p.m.Lee at let us try to forget ital, the new executive After arriving and bid-

l tVing a change of gar- Rev. J. B. McCrary, pastor of Graham at 1701 NW 83rd how how we they look look to to others us and or mansion the beautiful ding friends goodbye, we
ments. the Truevine Missionary Baptist St. Casey Graham Temple of Justice Build- returned to our Individual
The YWA and the YMA Church, Sarasota, will began of No. 1. captain try looking within and Ing, Treasury Building, homes.
group will find that
Auxiliary will celebrate preaching Monday night, ,May we continue to visit you all the same in the we sightof are the University of Liberia, My trip composed of
their anniversary the 4th August 15 through the 27. Let the new Tele-Communi
35
the
sick and shut !n. the Lord. So until days including my visit
Sunday at 3:30: 'p.m. Rev. us plan to hear this a cations
great man Building City to Jamaica.
Prayer meeting and later date, if God's will Long Island
Slater of God. The ,
of will public is Hall
Day Spring always and
Bible many homes and
deliver the welcome. class each Tuesday thanks and God bless you of St. Albans, N. Y.,
message. night at 8 pm. all. prominent LIberians; the visiting relatives.

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Bisinss Asswwtwn -
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and
Around Carver ".jJ q'io"M. "

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Meets !II Hew liriMiiig the BahamasCorporal Ranches I I :4, \

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The business men and wo- Evelyn Win- News ,3
Central Businesssocial r, field Gittens, 30 of the I
will hold future } Bahamas Police ...,
Force,
1-. Walt..Sowe..l' : i.; rt: :
and ela.ateheadquartesr470N.W.- was killed By
In
at their new an auto accident -
etings \ .
., 'm'> :
July 31 at Marsh ..
The Carver Ranches :'" (
Harbor.
(former police P6 Abaco. He was ... If
eet, Fire Department meets .....
promoted to the rank "
of Q.
.
night at
Monday ;;
Businesses interested In sergeant just hours before every
the the Fire Station on 44th

,lyini under for the small Economic business Op- was made,announcement but never Ave. and.21st St. -, .

ns tunity Program are urgently knew it.Corporal. ;. ,?
identify them- Gittens South Broward Post "
uested to i' : a
with the organization Barbadian, had joined the No. 8195 VFW will meet \
yes become familiar with Force nine years ago. Sunday, Aug. 15 at 5 p.m. tt ;
as to During that time he filled at 4816 SW 17th St., West .,.. ..

;Businesses process. of the area will several responsible posi- Hollywood. Don't forget .. .."

be called upon to 'assist tions with distinction. He the fish fry Saturday
'
,
o Economic Opportunityogram was sent to Marsh Har- Aug. 14 at the Post. C. W.
e in recommendingung bor July 19 to head the Jenkins commander.The '. '

men and women for police division at Abaco.

acements in on-the-job "pay He was a passenger In a Home Owners As- 't't.u
learn" training. car on the way between sociation held its instal- ;
you Marsh Harbor and Spring lation of officers Sunday, "' .,: ii" \ ..., I
: ..t t
City when the car swerv- Aug. 1. O. B. Johnsonwas it.\
vise the association .
Charles Weisinger, pro- on the ed off the road. The driver guest speaker, Count ;: : + ti,
issues of >
police protection, \ :
ietor of Jack's Men's Wear and another passengerwere Commissioner J. Her- '- .:,
944 N.W. 2nd Avenue and sanitation, street lighting not killed.
bert Burke of District 5,,
etc., on a once-a-month basis
cretary of the Central Busl- Businesses of the Central.area He Is survived by his was the Installing officer Ezekiel Burrows will be since 1960..
ss Association (CBA) pro- are urged to attend this wife, Shirley, and their ; Mrs. M M. Sutton appointed an agent of the Pru- A captain in the Army reserves -
all
decals to
ses to issue four-month-old daughter, Burrows is a memberat
dential Insurance Co. on Au-
observation
lovely
meeting and assist in gave a
sinesses that are members solving Felicia. The body was Fred McIntosh, gust 30, according to E. M. the Civil Air Patrol, the
display in their establishnts. some of the problems commonto flown to Nassau for fun- speech. Belkin, manager of the com Big Brothers of greater Miami,
the businesses of this president of the H o m e
Israel Adderly, presi- com-
Leader-
eral services. pany's Biscay i District the Urban League
tnt announces that city of-. munity. The meeting begins at Owners Association of Agency in Miami. ship Council, and serves as

ials will be asked to ad- 8:00 p.m. sharp. Lawrence Hepburn, 21, Washington Park, was advisor for a Boy Scout troop.
1- present and many others. Burrows is a graauate of
was named "Mr. Bahamasof Married to the former Gloria
who Florida A&M University wherehe
Thanks to
everyone
1965" In a contest at the Smith, who is also a teacherin
/in the gym of kingsley Poitier, helped to make this program football was captain team, and of is the assistant varsity the Dade County schoo 1
[Our Bays ; "Mr. World of 1955" Fri- a success. Mr. Stra-
system Burrows has two
I and
principal community
.r
chan president John
day evening, July 30. new ; school director of Booker T, daughters, Kim 7, and Lisa 5.
,
Runner-up was Cliff Wilson Adderley, vice president Washington High School in Shown congratulating Bur"
Armedfprces ; with George Murray Mrs. W. M. Valdez, re- is Belkin
Miami. He has been a memberof rows Mr. and Mike
.
third. porter.
I I' the Miami school system A. Pedrianes, staff manager.
From the U. S. A i r of Mr. and Mrs. CharlesP. Last year Hepburn won
Home Town News Preston of 2788 NW the "Mr. Nassau" title and Enoch Whitehead cele-
orce San Antonio, 45th St. He Is a graduate later the "Body Beauti- brated ,his birthday Sunday -
enter Information of Northwestern Sen- ful" title. He was trained August 8 at his
exas comes ior at Poitler's Gym. Judgeswere home, 5401 SW 17th St.,
hat the following Miami High. Sammy Isaacs. Roderick West Hollywood. The VET TV

ung men have recently Slmms and Renaldo dinner was delicious.Mr. .
ompleted basic military Selected for technical Thompson.A and Mrs. Alvoid James $1.00
CALL -
ir Force training at training at Keesler AFB. SERVICE
and Mr. and Mrs. Walter
ackland AFB and haveeen Miss., as an Air Force 40-acre tract of land'ear
selected for techni- communicationselectonic the Farm Freeport Bowe were guests. 846 NW 2 Ave. 3797735RENTAL

al training. specialist Is Airman Third Grand Bahama, has been
Class Ira Baker, son of reserved as a cemetery.The Mrs. B. L. Mack wentto

Airman Third Class Mrs. Rena Coley of 2325 land is 12 feet abovesea North Miami Hospitallast SALES SERVICE
,
:ieveland F. Gaiter, Sonf NW 77th St. He Is a level and is some distance weekend for a minor ,

> Mrs Emily C. Gaiter of graduate of Northwestern : from the main road. operation. Her husband, RADIO, PHONO, T.V.
Senior High. Pastors[ of the Anglecan the Rev. B. L. Mack, pas-
878 NW 57th St., gradu-
Methodist and Roman tor of New Macedonia OPEN 9-9
+ite of Northwestern Catholic have Baptist ,Church. West w ,.. ... -., ,- .. '
Churphes.
Third Class
Ugh to take technical Airman
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of agreed. on separate 'sections -' Hollywood, reported thai
Roland A. James, son
raining at Am'arlUo--AFD, ,
'exas. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred : for their burials it she Is getting along nice-
desired. Other denominations ly.
James of 1600 NW 66th
Airman Third Class St., a graduate of may do the same.

larvie L. Coleman, son Northwestern Senior drivers at
>f Mrs. Rosa'M. Coleman High is being assigned to Taxicab went back to REDUCELose WOOLWORTH'SGirl9

>f 2373 NW 66th St., Holloman AFB, N.M., for work Freeport July 10 after an 8- up to 6 pounds

;raduate of Northwestern training and duty as a week strike. The trouble WEEKLY

Ugh, Is being assigned to construction specialist. started in May when three'
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Being assigned to Se- arrived and., FR 3.2743DR.
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Valter L. Thomas, son of Airman Third Class Charlie ) a commission basis,
Ir and Mrs. James Wil- B. Powell, son of Mrs. felt they were getting a
1755 NW bad deal from the company .. .
on Jr., of 1612% NW 1st Louise Scott of ,a :
We.. graduate from 64th St. He is a graduateof went on strike. The r' %
fired
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I ; CARDS MEI QRIALS DEATHS .h' ',",' ,.,f\,'t'f., ::,R',OJ \? :..:

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With the camp opening on- ; ,
ly two weeks off, the Carver
staff is making final plansfor { its best experience in residence t 1tt.A J
CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKSThe RANGE .,. camping this, year. .- -......(....

family of the late Mrs. Mattie Davis of 3300 Quality camping is the the- I Wl .'Rr 4.t
; Mrs. Elizabeth Bethel, ac- N.W. 50th St., passed away at me with an ideal ratio of 'one '
'pompanied by her daughter]* ELIZA DEAN her home on August 7. She had counsellor for each seven cam- i l

Catherine Bethel, her brother;' who departed this life July been a resident of Miami since pers. Quality is further stres- ___
William Bethel and her niece,' 31, 1965 wish to thank their 195. coming here from Waynes- sed in the selection of staff

Maria E. Bethel, went to Nas- friends for their kind- boro, Oat Survivors include personnel. Counsellors are w
sau to attend the funeral of many three daughters Mrs. Sarah being recruited from college 4

her husband Leon Bethel, who ness during her illness and Jones Mrs. Lula Mae Berrian students over 18 years of age I

died on July 13. for their help and sympathy du- and Mrs. Elizabeth White; four with some experience in cam- I '
Mr. Bethel was a pioneer ring our hour of bereavement. sons, Willie, Robert Leroy and ping or counselling. The ad- :

j iamian who} worked on the, Special thanks to the staff of Eddie Davis twenty-three ministrative staff is qualifiedand .' _
agency staff of the Afro Insurance -' grandchildren and twenty great mature. h _
Christian
Company many years. Hospital Rev. Fr. grandchildren. Services will be Jefford Smith veteran camp
Mrs. Bethel wishes to Lambert Sands of St. Agnes held Saturday at 1 p.m. at leader has been named associate

thank the many relatives and Episcopal Church and the Greater New Macedonia with director. Sgt. LeroySmith,

friends for cards, telegrams Range Funeral Home. Rev. Jackson officiating. has been signed as camp safe
and floral pieces during the ty director and riflery instructor. 1

hours of bereavement. Special T he Family Mrs. Johnnie Bell Welch, Mrs. Elodia Preston, ad- -
thanks to the Rev. Canon 1229 N.W. 62nd St., passed ministrator at Christian Hos-

Cooper of Nassau, Bahamas, away Aug. 7. She had been a pital will be the registerednurse e-W. I
for consoling services at the CARD OF THANKS resident of Miami for 30 or in charge. Michale An- T. Strictlond is Buried
Butler Funeral Home. more years. Her survivors include thony Graham will serve as

The family of the late a daughter, Mrs. Alma assistant on the waterfrontand Funeral services for the that the church at 2455

Mrs. Elizabeth Bethel JOHN S. HAMILTONwish Burney and an aunt, Mrs. Jea- Alfred Scott, as athletic late Rev. W. T. Stricklandwere NW 68th St., was dedI-

to thank for do- nette Kimb rough. Remainswere director. we' have also been held Monday after- cated about two years
everyone
shipped to Columbus promised a tow man-one woman
noon at Mars Hill Christian
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CARD OF THANKSWe nations of flowers telegrams final rites and volun- ago.The
Georgia for team of World Service
cards and cars. Also a special Church of which he Rev C. W. Preston -
teers returning from Equador to
the family of the late thanks to Rev.'P. W. Williamsof burial. was' founder and pastor- his successor, deliv-
Chicago. In addition the following -
St. Luke Baptist Church and emeritus. ered the eulogy.Clarence .
WILLIE JAMES JESS
Mrs. Anna Brown of 1757 counsellors: Oscar
the House of Alberr for the The Rev. Stricklandcame r
who passed on July 21, 1965 wonderful services rendered to N.W. 5th Ave., passed awayat Edwards, Morris Brown Col-
<
to Miami more than
wish to thank all of our neighbors us during our bereavement. her home on Aug. 9 She is lege; James Reddicks, Howard W.
University; Byron Johnson 30 years ago. He was a
and friends for their kind- survived by 4 daughters Mrs.
ness during our hour of sor- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ollie Cooks,Mrs. Ruby Brown, Howard University and Os- man of indomitaUle willpower Jenkins Dies
McCants and FamilyIN Mrs. Mamie Buford and Mrs. wald Turner have been signedas and faith. Almost
row. cabin counsellors. The single-handed he strove Clarence Willie Jenkins
Mattie Jackson; one stepdaughter ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Jess Mrs. Sallie Mae Bu- staff specialists in food service for years to organize a died August 4 In Jackson

-And Family MEMORIAM ckson one son, Sam Brown, sailing boating water- congregation and erect an Hospital. Mr. Jenkins, a
eleven grandchildren and four skiing and related services edifice for Mars Hill. So long time resident of Miami -

CARD OF THANKSThe In sad, but loving memoryof great grandchildren. Servicesare will remain through the Carver strong was his determI- was a member of a

our dear mother, incomplete at this time, to camping period. nation that nothing moved pioneer Florida family.
family of the late ELIZA DEAN be announced at a later date. At this writing there is him from his purpose. He was the brother of
space for thirteen additional the late Melvin Jenkins
who departed this life August They will be Some 20 years ago one and attended Florida
Willie Fisher of 6336 N.W.. campers. accep- of his became Infected
legs
13, 1963. May she rest in ted on the first come basis. Normal and Industrial
24th Pla., passed away at and was amputated. -
and Institute, later
peace light perpetual The camp committee an- Joined the
shine upon her. Christian Hospital. Aug. 11.innouncesthat the first reci- A few years later he Navy and served his
He is survived by his widow, lost the other lag and had
pient of the Portlock Memorial country during the First
Norris Wallace Son Mrs. Minnie Fisher two brothers Campership made possible by to move about in a wheel World War.ServIces .

Janet Wallace Daughterinlaw Troy and and friends.Lester, other the friends and classmates of chair, but he continuedto were held Mon-
relatives Ser-
vices are incomplete at this the late Louis H, Portlock Jr., preach.He day In the chapel of the
was Edward Knox, son of Mr. pi&s.b.ed in appealing : Richardson Funeral Home
time and will be announced
Thelmer Knox of 14120 Mon- for help for Mars Hill, with the Rev. S. A Tho-

HOUSE OF ALBERT later roe St., Richmond Heights. and some of his friends mas officiating. His sur-
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Howard of Edward attends Palmetto Sr. responded to the extent vivors are two brothers -
Mrs. Eatha 11850
Charlie Ward 14230 N.W.
\ : High School in South Miami. Benjamin of Boston
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22nd Ave., Apt. #8, Opalockadied S.W. 216th St., Goulds, passed r -- and Arthur "Son"Jenkins
Aug. 17. Services were enroute to Kendall Hospital. -
the First Tuesday'night Aug. 10. Mrs. JQJN ,of Miami; two sisters -
he.ld'Thursday, from :
Thank You .' Mrs. Mattie
Baptist Church Remains wet8sent Howard was Past ,WorthyMa-,, ; < f.>, Howardof
VIVIAN YVONNE Boston and Mrs. Ethel
FRANCIS to Williamson Ga., for tron of Eastern Star Chapter 'it is 'with 'a feeling of .
wishes to thank everyone for : Holt, a real estate brokerof
of the South. She '
final rites and burial. Survi- 172 Light deep sympathy, humility THE
their donations of cards, telegrams vors are wife, Mrs. Susie M. cane to Dade County in 1930 and pride that I extend Los Angeles Cal., many

flowers and cars. Ward, 5 sons, John James and moved to Goulds in 1944. my appreciation and nieces and cousins among
Special thanks to Sheehan whom is Mrs. Emma
McBride
Buick and its Charles Thomas Van; 3 dau- She immediately joined the thanks to the following -
employees Rev. NAACP Williams
i
of a retired
New Bethel A.M.E. Church who
ghters mesdames Katherine have made
: T. C. Kelly and members of St. persons school teacher
of Miami.
which she was an active mem- N
Smith Ruby Hurt, Elsie Mae the stay of my daughter
Paul A.M.E. Church the J _
Range ber until her passing. She
II Justice Terah I
Funeral Home and 49th St. 27 grandchildren 4 and a pleasant,
neighbors and friends. May God great grand children and 1 sister leaves to mourn her passing meaningful and memor-
1 sister 1 daughter, 1 son, a
able one; to be cherishedin
bless all of
you. nephew, 4 nieces, 6 grandchildren times
to
come. Uinroht
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Francis Deacon Frank 0. Collins 3 grand nephews During the past six itaorml |Iarh
And FamilyIN 2 grand nieces and a host of
St. Perrine.
10471 S.W. 182nd weeks we have been
Died August 4. Survivors are other relatives and friends. showered with kindnessand
2 sons, Frank and Willie. Ser- Funeral services are to be HAS Preinterment plots of 8 grave spaces or less

MEMORIAMIn vices will be held Saturday held Saturday Aug. 21 from my mother love first, Mrs.of all Marie by ALSO Immediate single grave space Interment

1 p.m. from the Mt. Moriah New Bethel A.M.E. Church at
Boxes and vaults
loving of Cooper; also to play. permittedWe
memory my
Baptist Church in Perrine. 3 p.m. with Rev R. L. Holmes
our dear mother'and Rev. W. C. Edcar, officiating. officiating. mother, Mrs. Alma Gil- are not full and we are still doing business
christ who never
failedto
daughter
Open six days a week to serve you
make me feel Just like
William M. Williams 1328 MT. CARMELRev. her own and Mrs. Edna Gates open 7 days for your convenience
Lee St., Delray Beach died
,
Culmer, another adopted 3001 NW 46TH STREET NE 4-4197
August 4. Services were con- D. A. Bradley, pastor
ducted Monday from St. Paul Louise McGriff reporter mother of mine. Without E. Johnson, Manager Horn phones OX 19199MEMORIALS
Baptist Church in Delray these three, my momentsof
Beach; Rev. J. W. Thomas officiated Sunday was a great day happiness would have
'I Survivors are wife for us in Sunday School been few If any.I .

Mrs. Ruby Williams, 4 sisters throughout the day, The cannot say thank you r r Wt7
t Mesdames Flora Wooden, Ida morning message was delIvered adequately unless I give 7fi4 A2S
'. Etwi Mae Smith Willie Mae Edwards by a visiting min- a special one to Mr. and

Mary Lee Hogan, 2 ister, Rev. Washingtonfrom Mrs. William Littles whoI
brothers Lester Albert George St. Luke Baptist have virtually adopted;

Williams 1 son, Ronald Williams Church. The afternoon and to my closest friend,

message was delivered by Bernice White who has
i 8 7MARJORIE Rev. O. W. Foster been with me from child-

Thomas Strong 1919 N.W. Don't forget our great hood and is still a leaning
2nd Ct., Apt. #6, died Aug. 6. revival with the Rev. K. post of mine. These three

Arrangements are incomplete. 13. Rogers preaching out persons honored me, by
Will be announced at a later cf his soul. Come and consenting to be and stoodas

date. hear this great man of Terah's god-parents on

God. Visitors are always August 1 at St. Agnes
Jimmie Lee Members, 450
welcome. Remember the '
N.W. 17th St., died Aug. 10. sick and shut in and Episcopal To the many Church.relatives : TO SUIT YOUR FAITH

Arrangements. .are. incomplete. those who have lost their and friends of my mother Our entire staff is thor.
SANDS loved ones.
Mrs. Lena Higgs, 1780 N.W. and I, who also made our

MILLS 64th St., died Aug. 11. Arrange- stay enjoyable, many. ;2\ oughly trained to follow

who departed this life ments are incomplete. ST. MARY'S W. M. many thanks to you.I a the beliefs of every faith
can't think
August 13, 1961. of a
Four years have passed Rev. H. V. Stuart. pasto more fitting wish for all when carrying out their

since God has called FRANCIS. Dorothy Major, reporter of you except that the
you duties.
detail
Dedication service will "Good Lord blesses and Every
home to be with Him In Bennie
Herrington of
Heaven, and around the N.W. 5th Place died Aug.1416 9 begin at 11 a.m. First keep meet again.you "safe until we .; -7 will meet your wishes.
scripture Deacon Chas.
snow white throne God
at Jackson Memorial
Hospital.
Gibson, second Carol Cooper Hannah
scripture
knows how much we miss Funeral services will be held ,
Rev. L. A. Thompson. And Daughter,
never shall Saturday, Aug. 14 4 at
you
p.m.
your Terah
Morning speaker, Rev.J. Le-Ila "My Father in Heaven/ help
memory fade, loving Mt. Sinai Baptist Church with R. Evans 't
thoughts shall always Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor. Beach. of Delray t me never to forget Thy love

wander to the spot Where officiating. Remains will repose it looks up to me in the

you are laId.Deatrice in the chapel beginning Afternoon program: beauty of the flower/ ,"
3 p.m. on Friday until funeral Devotional service, Rev. Churches, Mrs. Irene
Sands, mother John Jowett
Rev. speaker Earl Carroll. Henry
time Saturday afternoon. Sur- votlonal service,
And The Children vivors include 1 son; Sgt. Harold Brown, represen- Night service, Rev. A. Oscar L.

Judson L. Dukes of Ft. Cam- tative of fraternal or- D. Hall, pastor of Ebenezer .. Range

TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO bell, Ky.; 4 brothers; 4 sisters ganizationss, Mrs. Ellen Methodist Church and his
CHURCH SUNDAY ; 2 grandchildren; host of Taylor representative of congregation will be in 1 .L Funeral HomeJ'

nieces, nephews and friends. Pratt Wilder; principal charge of the'servce.. ,





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: FOR RENT The Baptist
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CLASSIFIEDFOR ,"I Ministers9
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I Attractive furnished room. MIAMI TIMES
,11'f I cool in
>) ; quiet neighborhood, .
.--- \, _. .cooking no extra charge. Prom I Council

SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE $7 up. Inquire Room 7, 205 The Baptist Ministers' ,,ADS. '.

SPECIAL This week! 3 bedroom NORTH N.W. 5th Ct. Call PL 9-2665. Council met on Wednes- \- '
728 N.W. 48th Street CBS, hardwood floors MIAMI BEACH day at St. Luke Baptist
3 bedroom CBS, A-one beautiful fruit trees in front' Fulford 1545 N.E. 153rd Terrace.Nea r 566V4 N.W. 22nd Street Church with Pres. T.
age completely School. CBS, hardwood One bedroom furn. Johnson presiding. The IRIHG.' \
ape. Extra large living fenced, FHA!: floors, tile roof, cottage ;: .
$250 down wnplus small room, immediate lesson for the week ttas
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[ dining room, tile payment, seller '
and ings
FHA >
om terms, only $9,900, ,' -
pays closing occupancy. $17 wk. Key aty taught by the Rev. P. W. -
Owner must sell coats.ttA hot $250 down. $57 I will .. ..
of porch deal" so hurry to 1871 N.W mo. pa; rear house. Call owner office;: Williams. '
ow price. Call owner direct: 87th St. The owner will show 373-3304.all closing costs. Owner r 444-6126, Residence III The Rev. W. C. Youngof : RESULTSNEW c

il 59886.ice you the house and also open 8-2824. Tabernacle BaptliChurch : .

I Sunday all day or any time West Palm Beach
bath, frame. Fenster 1370 N.W. 87th Street New 2 bedroom Apt. Free gas, visitor.
2 bedroom Realty, Broker, PL was a
terms, no qualifying. 98779. $200 down. $58 month. Lovely water and stove. Adults pre- President Johnson LOVELY HOMES
asy
2
N.W. 43rd St. NE 43781.ice bedroom home, painted i ir 1 ferred. 765 N.W. 69th St. Ap- urging all the ministerto
43 and out, air cond. -stove,. ply next door
4 bedroom, CBS. Will be painted at 775 N.W. 69th attend the meetings 1835 N.W. 41st Strttt
Quiet residential St.
1 bedroom duplex. Fully in and out. FHA terms, area. Fas the remainder of the EXTRA LOT
Wished $7,800 total with Only $200 down payment. possession. Owner 373-3304 month as the group will

2 200 down. Drive by 2118- Drive by 15750 N.W. 18th PI. LIKE NEW CBS-Freshly Apt.Adults$65 only month furnished, bedroom apt. take vacation in Septem- 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths,
,
Il20 82nd St. Call ownerr Then call Fenster Realty, painted inside andout. furnished. 691-4668. or un ber.The Fla room, garage, tltctric
r appointment. 887-1105. Broker, PL 98779. Ask for Our best bargain at 23rd Ave. 4032 NW Rev. I. C. Mickins kitchen..

Curtis.A $7.000. $250 down and will bring the message FOR SALE

3 Bedroom, 2 Bathe only $13.7! month, FHA 5 Room House. No express- next Wednesday at noon. Lots
Large All
: 39 N.W. 39th St. Lovely beautiful 2 bedroom CBS, Near !school bus, shopping way trouble. Adults only.557 The public is invited to Sizes
[rge home, in beautiful area, hardwood floors, carport, FHA Don't miss this. N.W. 13th St. Ph. FR 4-4685 share with us in this pro- Liberty City, Coconut Grove
as extra room and kitchen. only $250 down. Clean in and Keys at Life Realty, Broker gram. Easy Terns
10,900 total price. $1,500own. out. Location 1863 N.W. 88th 1932 NW 7 Ave. PL One bedroom Apt. Furnished, Rev. T. Johnson Pres.
No
Call owner direct: Terr. Open Sunday 1-6 p.m. 9-4371 Open Sunday and large rooms, quiet, no child Hev. H. Brown Money Down
Fenster Realty, Broker, PL evenings. ren. reporter
45-9886 9-8779. $18week. Phone 532-3206. BUILD ON YOUR LOT OR

ROFESSIONAL PEOPLE 16500 N.W. 24th Avenue 421 N.W. 59th Terr. At Edison OURS

bedrooms baths, screened 3 Bedroom Beauty Like new 2bedroomCBS High. Very large 1 bedroomapt. join/:"the'NAACP* Cash Paid for Lots &Homes
pool. Barbecue pit, wall to 3 bedroom CBS, total $13.000. in Bunche Park. Fum. or unfurn. $20 wk. -. \ '/
Lall carpeting. Lake front only $350 down. FHA terms. inside ,' Need Money? Call Baron
Freshly painted ,
orne. N.W. 89th St. area. Call Beautiful large kitchen with FOR RENT OR SALE : '
and out,
lots of cabinets, breakfast new fixtures ,,-" JE 8-1340
iene Kemp at Ford Realty, lovely yard. a bargain at Apartment. 7th Ave. 4901. -
c. 635-4595. nook, stove, refrigerator very $8,500 $200 down and Furn. 70. Large store $100or
large dining room, spacious
sell 5 units. 377-3870.
only $49 month. No clos-
living room. A must see. A.
BEACH
MIAMI
NORTH ing costs. Keys at Life --- CONSOLIDATE YOUR DEBTS
big bedroom house, 2 baths, Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 N.W.
Realty, Broker, 4932 NW
ery low down payment. 1 mortgage 60th St.Call anytime 751-2243. 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open DIAL NOV FOR MONEY IN I HOUR WI S-M77

good for nice family. Sundays and evenings. SMALL PAYMENTS
No
1430 N.E. 152nd St. Open Sun- Qualifying FORSALE
Fully furnished, 2 bedroom .. .. .. ...
lay from 12-6. Call anytime,, $ 1,000 -- $ 20 MonthS

32-4160. doll housenice big yard, only 3-bedroom 1 tci bath 3 BEDROOMS 2,000 ---..--.........$ 30 Month
$400 down and $75 month central heat air conditioned -

608 N.W. Slat Terrace. 3 pays all. Total price onl y including appliances REPOSSESSED 10.000 .-.......-.........$1 00 Month

Bedrooms, Pine panelled Fla. $8,900. Move right in. A. Ben- large lot. Location
3250 NW 171 St. FlU LOANS ON VACANT LOTS, HOMES OR ACREAGE
loom, awnings all around, fen- Kori Realtor, 612 N.W. 60thSt. MM! N.W. 15TH ST.
led. $85 month. $1,500 down. Call anytime 7512243.No onliy $400 down payment. GOOD TERMS. Call let and 2nd Mortgages
Seller pays closing costs.
Phone owner 371-6546.
Qualifying Drive by then call Fen- Mr. Gordon-Mo 5-6870 R. I. BaroB Mortgages
bedroom Fla din- ster Broker. PL
4 CBS room, Realty
JEW bedrooms LIBERTY, barbecue CITY pit AREA and ing room, only $600 down. $78 9-8779. Also lots for sale.oooeopeaftadaaoaeoBi. 14535 N.E. 5th Avenue Mortgart Broker

ack fenced in. $250 down. month pays all fully furnished.
month all. Must This is a wonderful deal for a
$69 pays SPECIAL THIS WEEK

ualify.3331 N.W. 208th Terr. Good large family.FHA mortgage Total you$10,600.can Mr. and Mrs. Home ..........................111

247478. assume. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, buyers hundreds!! Thanks of people to who the $400 DOWN$84 MONTH = Fiiist SftltcfIOMS ii Miami

1958 Ford Ranch Wagon. Fine 612 time.N.W.751-2243.60th St. Call any- visited our 3-bedroom, 2 PAYS ALL 5

running cond. New brake bath models on 1131 and S LOVELY HOlES OPEN
bands. New batteries. Real 1141 NW 75 St. Our one NO CLOSING.COSTS :: =
4.1. ,
bargain $225.iCall 3x-7193 CBS Beauty model is.. sold'and'one :, a,* ,NEW LOW DOWN. PAYMENTS 5
/ 2 bedroom, 2 bath;CBS beauty. Is 1931'' N.W. 92nd Street a'- < ":"f'I** '
still left. Location 1141 NW Et::Texas ,-.Ltts.TiM' Rest ,,,.
8 Room, CBS, on 50x143 fen Custom built for a very parti- 75 St. Open Sunday from o Lovely like-new 2 bedrooms ,_ A __ M. _.___." .

ced lot. 12x22 living room only cular$350 couple.down Total and $78$11,000 month, 1 pm. until sold. Fenster *CBS. Huge Fla room, part :I 2321 N.W. 86TH STREET =IN =
with fire bedroom
family room place, carport., 4 $12,800., pays all.Hardwood floors, and 8779.Htalty, Broker, PL 9- ly (urn., air cond., carport, (I |lilt I look '.'"11... To see .* Is to boy ...) ra
charming won't believe vacant. Call
$595 down. $22 wk. 725 N.W. it.so This is a you wonderful home owner 1 am a broad now btavtiftl 3 bedroom, 2 barb with I I
9th St. Call Dr. Yaeger Jr. 633-6539 DAYS
PL 9-6689. for a couple, air conditioner, CHILD CAREREGISTER j 'family room and garagt. 1 block from school, 1 block' y

washing machine, carport, NOW! : PL 4-4098 EVENINGS from buses and 4 blocks from North sldt Shopping N

7 Room, CBS, fence, hedge, FHA terms. A. Ben-Kori Real- Opening Aug. 23, 1965 .c Hter. Ir
tor, 612 N.W. 60th St. Call
prpet, drapes, FHA or VA Little Folk Play School .
school and shopping center. anytime. 751-2243. Hot lunches, personalized care. 6020 N.W. 21ST AVENUE rN
14995. NA 4-2719. 'Licensed day and HOME OWNERS
2 Homes kindergarten nursery Consolidate Bills ,Btattifvl CBS 3 btdroom, two bath, ook floors, tilt N

15 Piece Couch. Fiber glass Large, large 3 bedroom, 1V4 3290 N.W. 45th Street your roof and carport. $450 down. $85 .0....
pole bath, plus lovely cottage. Reduce your Payments rr
vault pole, bunk beds, Phone: 635:5283 or 634-3044 -0-
girl's dressing table, chair.A Total $10,500. This is very Lower your I Interest r

< 42719. lovely property A must see for $1,000 II 70 H.NL 4TTH TERRACE I rr
the person looking for a home Dressmaking and Alterations.
3 Bedroom house. 15740 N.W. and good income. A. Ben- Inquire at 4116 N.W. 32ndAve. Pay Back $20 Monthly N Largo 2 bedroom, 2 bath, plot Fla room. Only 2 .

159th St. Rd. Call WA 2-6689. Kori, Realtor, 612 N.W. 60thSt. $2,000 years old. By appointment only. I
Call anytime 751/2243., -Aug. 20 Pay Back $30 Monthly II
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BIO FAMILY -Special HELP WANTED $3,000 r
Live rent free and payoffouses Home 8411 N.. 22ND PLACE rN
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with income. $850 Professionals. 3 bedroom, 2 Barber. Beck's Barber Shop, Pay Back $40 Monthly
own. Balance $90 month. bath, CBS plus utility room 6612 N.W. 18th Ave. Homephone PHONES: Lovely CBS, 2 bedrooms, oak floors, and tilt roof. N
Near with extra shower and bath : 696-8426. $12,900 total price.
shopping,bus, &school 688-2175 688-2775 ::
31-0829. hardwood floors, special heat-

ing and cooling, large, larges HELP WANTED = SaiT* DRD AVENUE- =

4 bedrooms ? bath, Fla room, kitchen, all formica
CBS, like new, low taxes W.follywood. brand new, deluxe refrigerator : CAR DRIVERS. Apply al FOR SALE I Gorg.... 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, hardwood floors, tilt ==

$450 down, $83.57 Price must make be coffer seen. Society Cab Office, 269 N.W. r roof "' 1It-la kitcktn and barbtctt." $500 down pins rN
$22,000
onth. 1 mortgage includes 21st Street. Ind
Rll chain link fenced yard, concrete after you see this. A. Ben- CBS DUPLEX closing costs.JB7.97 month. <.
Kori, Realtor, 612 N.W. 60thSt. 1 Bedroom Furnished N --0- r
drivewayterrazo floors
eautiful home. Excellent lo-, Call anytime 7512243. FOR SALE $250 DOWN FHA I I 1891 N.1. fi2ND STREET j jCorgtots ::

'ion., he Total will$13,500.show See how Mr.hrls 15750 N.W. 17th Ct. 4141 N.W. 23RD CT. Live Rent Fret CBS, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, M fenced comer !.

asy it is to own this you lovely Like Bunche new Park.4 bedroom Large CBS fenced in 3 Large Bedrooms 30 N.W. 42ND STREET 1 lot. $450 down, $13,5 00 total Rice =

>one"". Dick Brooks, Realtor, yard, freshly painted, near Florida Room, Furn. N -0- r
N.W. 7th Ave. 688-6638 school. This is a bargain atsin Appointment OnlyHI .
fights: 681-7740._ nno. son down and only 2 Baths, Garage and 5-3524 1300 M.W END STREET .

--- l$57'-month.-No closing costs. work shop. Lot is Evening NE 4.0942 .
TTENTION Bargain Hunters! Keys at Life Realty, Broker, Brand sew CBS, 2 bedrooms, on corner lot. Owner NN

houseson one lot,completely 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. 50x143 Feet wants offer. $60 per month pays all. M

lurnished fficiency.one 8000.3'bedroom Go plus by Open evenings, Sundays. $7,500 -- -. II -0- PIM:
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1'72 N.W. 47th Terr., then OF MANOR PARK KEY REALTY
HEART 3& FOR SALE 2 SPECIAL NOTICE! g
all 1.5311
Fenster Realty, Broker CBS, 2 bedroom, carport, appliances -
L 9-8779. freshly painted, in- : HOME & APARTMENT N EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY.WE ARE OFFERING TO 9 I

and out. Price is $9,500, 5 YOU FOR ONLY $100 DOWN PAYMENT YOU CAN N
8441 N.W. 24th down and $59 month.
Avenue $300 :
ar Stephens, Oladeview', Keys at Life Realty, Broker, FOR RENT 5303 N.W. 5th Avenue QUALIFY) ALL OF OUR HOUSES FOR 5AL EON.

'st Little River Elem. 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. LIBERTY CITY AREA N FHA.' .
Open Sat and Sun. 1.5
p.m. .
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hools. $200 down, $89 mo. Open evenings and Sundays.
qualifying 2 Bedroom, Unfum. $20. Cam and (.. 3 bedrooms,
owner
373-3304
2023.25 N.W. 43rd Strt tt 'C. 2 baths, extra large, Fla iNEWS[ REALTY Inc. !
IKE NEW CBS $250 NO CLOSING COSTS OPA LOCKA AREA room, large living room,
|OWn and $58 month. Modern CBS duplex. Only large dining room, kitchen,
lalousied windows, re- $600 down and SOO a 1 Bedroom, Furn. $20 garage. Alto separate 2 B
nshed floors, new kit- month. Live rent free! 2 Bedroom, Furn. $24 apartment for Income on THE BROKER THAT WORKS FOR YOU
en cabinets and fixes 2-bedrooms e a ch side 1 Bedroom, Unforn, $15 two corner duplex lots.
This house is like tile roo f. appliances! 2 Bedroom, Unfurn. $18 Many extras, space tCl 4140 N.W. nH AVE. PLtttS r

rand new. Key at Life Key at Life Realty, Broker Call Mickins Rental build another hou... = (Open Sundtv from 1 ,...) rirl r
ealty Broker 4932 NW 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL Terms arranged.

Ave. PL 9U371.' Openantf 9-4371. Open sunday. ; Agency 681.8213 -- - ..r..rr..r.a..lar...rsrsl l
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I :f CARDS MEMORIALSDEATHS Carver .. !; ,' 1 i ,,c f/i,J ) r\. .r. 1."""

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staff is making 11i t
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CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKSThe RANGE. .... for its best "--- ......,,,,.I ,1
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family,of the late Mrs. Mattie Davis of 3300 Quality / ,, >.
'. Mrs. Elizabeth Bethel, ao N.W. 50th St., passed away at me with an ideal ,
.ompanied by her daughter, ELIZA DEAN her home on August 7.She had counsellor for 4t !

:Catherine Bethel, her,brother;' who departed this life July been a resident of Miami since pers. Quality is I

William Bethel and her niece; 31, 1965 wish to thank their 1951, coming here from Waynes- sed in the
Maria E. Bethel went to Nas- many friends for their kind- boro, Ga Survivors include personnel. ti
sau to attend the funeral of three daughters, Mrs. Sarah being recruited
her husband Leon Bethel, who ness during her illness and Jones, Mrs. Lula Mae Berrian students over 18 r .
died on July 13. for their help and sympathy during and Mrs. Elizabeth White; four with some y

Mr. Bethel was a pioneer our hour of bereavement. sons, Willie Robert, Leroy and ping or

)t1iamian who worked on the, Special thanks to the staff of Eddie Davis, twenty-three ministrative / '
agency staff, of the Afro Insurance -' Christian grandchildren and twenty great- and mature.
Company many years. Hospital Rev. Fr. grandchildren. Services will be Jefford Smith,
Mrs. Bethel wishes to Lambert Sands of St. Agnes held Saturday at 1 p.m. at leader, has been ; '
thank the many relatives and Episcopal Church and the Greater New Macedonia with ciate director. ; .

friends for cards, telegrams Range Funeraillome. Rev. Jackson, officiating.Mrs. has been signed
and floral pieces during the ty director and
hours of bereavement. Special T he Family Johnnie Bell Welch tor. Mrs. Elodia b
thanks to the Rev. Canon 1229 N.W. 62nd St., passed ministrator at

Cooper of Nassau, Bahamas away Aug. 7. She had been a pital will be
for consoling services at the CARD OF THANKS resident of Miami for 30 or nurse in charge. T. Strictland is Buried .
Butler Funeral Home. more years. Her survivors include thony Graham
\ The family of the late a daughter, Mrs. Alma assistant on services for the that the church at 2455

Mrs. Elizabeth Bethel JOHN S. HAMILTONwish Burney and an aunt, Mrs. Jea- and Alfred Scott T. Strickland NW 68th St., was dedi-

nette Kimbrough. Remainswere director. We Monday after- cated about two years
to thank for donations
everyone shipped to Columbus, promised a tow
Cnris-
Hill
CARD OF THANKS cards and of cars.flowers Also telegrams a special Georgia for final rites and team of World of which he ago.The Rev. C. W. Pres-

We the family of the late thanks to Rev.-P. W. Williamsof burial. teers returning and pastor- ton, his successor, deliv-
St. Luke Baptist Church and Chicago. In ered the eulogy.Clarence .
WILLIE JAMES JESS
Mrs. Anna Brown of 1757 lowing
the House of Albert for the Strickland
who passed on July 21, 1965 wonderful services rendered to N.W. 5th Ave., passed awayat Edwards, Morris more than

wish to thank all of our neigh us during our bereavement. her home on Aug. 9 She is lege; James He was a W.
bors and friends for their kind- survived by 4 daughters Mrs. University; '
ness during our hour of sor- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ollie Cooks Mrs. Ruby Brown, Howard will Jenkins Dies
McCants and FamilyIN Mrs. Mamie Buford and Mrs. wald Turner have faith. Almost
row. Clarence Willie Jenkins
Mattie Jackson; one step- as cabin} he strove
'p\ Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Jess daughter, Mrs. Sallie Mae Bu- staff specialists to organize a died August 4 in Jackson

And Family MEMORIAM ckson, one son, Sam Brown, vice, sailing, and erect an Hospital. Mr. Jenkins, a
eleven grandchildren and four skiing and Mars Hill. So long time resident of Miami -

CARD OF THANKS In sad, but loving memoryof great grandchildren. Servicesare will remain his determi- was a member of a

our dear mother, incomplete at this time, to ver camping nothing moved pioneer Florida family.
I The family of the late At this He was the brother of
ELIZA DEAN be announced at a later date. his purpose.
for the late Melvin Jenkins
space
who departed this life August campers. They years ago one and attended Florida
Willie Fisher of 6336 N.W., became In-
13, 1963. May she rest in ted on the first Normal and Industrial
24th Pla., passed away at was amputat- Institute later
peace and light perpetual The camp joined the
shine upon her. Christian Hospital. Aug. 11.announcesthat years later he Navy and served his
He is survived by his widow, leg and had
pient of the country during the First
Norris Wallace, Son Mrs. Minnie Fisher, two bro- Campership made In a wheel World War.Services .

Janet Wallace, Daughterin.law thers Troy and Lester, other the friends and he continued were held Mon-
relatives and friends. Ser-
the late Louis H. day In the chapel of the
vices are incomplete at this was Edward in appeal: Richardson Funeral Home

time and will be announced Thelmer Knox of for Mars Hul with the Rev. S. A. Tho-

HOUSE OF ALBERT later. roe St., of his friends mas officiating His sur-
Edward attends to the extent vivors are two brothers -
Charlie Ward, 14230, N.W. Mrs. Eatha Howard of 11850
\ High School in Benjamin of Boston -
22nd Ave., Apt. #8, Opalockadied S.W. 216th St., Goulds, passed f and Arthur "Son"

Aug. 17. Services were enroute to Kendall Hospital. Jenkins,of, Miami; two sisters -
,
'
held' Thursday, from the First Tuesday'night Aug. 10. Mrs. : ,
Thank'servce."O : Mrs. Mattie Howardof
Baptist Church. Remains were Howard was Past Worthy ,Matron -I h <
Boston and Mrs.
VIVIAN YVONNE FRANCIS sent to Williamson Ga., for of Eastern Star Chapter It is with a Ethel:
wishes tc thank everyone for Holt, a real estate brokerof
of the South. She
final rites and burial. Survi- 172 Light deep t
their donations of cards tele- Los Angeles, Cal,
vors are wife Mrs. Susie M. came to Dade County in 1930 and pride many
grams, flowers, and cars. James and moved to Goulds in 1944. nieces and cousins among
Ward 5 sons, John my whom
is
Mrs.
thanks Emma McBride
Special to Sheehan -
the
She immediately joined
Charles, Thomas Van; 3 dau- thanks to the
Buick and its Williams,
t employees Rev ghters mesdames Katherine New Bethel A.M.E. Church ol f r persons who a retired
and members of school teacher
T. C.Kelly St. of Miami.
Smith Ruby Hurt, Elsie Mae which she was an active mem- the stay of "
L Paul A.M.E. Church the Range Justice 27 grandchildren 4 ber until her passing. She Terah and I .d
\ Funeral Home and 49th St.
leaves to her passing
r children and slater mourn meaningful
neighbors! and friends. God great grand 1 -
May
1 sister, 1 daughter, 1 son, a able one; to
bless all of you. nephew, 4 nieces, 6 grand- In times to
lu
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Francis Deacon Frank 0. Collins children, 3 grand nephews During the ftaiorial $Jarh

And FamilyIN 10471 S.W. 182nd St., PerrSne. 2 grand nieces and a host o f( weeks we
other relatives and friends
Died August 4. Survivors are 'showered
2 sons, Frank and Willie. Services Funeral services are to beheld and love first Preinternent plots of 8 grave spaces or less

MEMORIAMIn will be held Saturday Saturday, Aug. 21 from I, my mother .. single grave space interment
1 p.m. from the Mt. Moriah New Bethel A.M.E. Church al t Boxes and vaults
Cooper also permitted
loving of ;
memory Baptist Church in Perrine. 3 p.m. with Rev. R. L. Holmes'
our dear mother'and Rev. W. C. Edcar, officiating. officiating. mother christ ,who Mrs.' not full and we are still doing business

daughter. Open six days a week to serve you
... ..... to make me
"-' "" -- William M. Williams 1328
ice. MT. CARMEL her own and open 7 days for your convenience
+ Lee St., Delray Beach, died
Culmer
46TH STREET NE 4-4197
August 4. Services were con-
Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor mother of
ducted Monday from St. Paul Louise McGrlff, reporter Manager Horn phontt OX 19199MEMORIALS
these three
Baptist Church in Delray
Sunday was a great day of happiness
Beach; Rev. J. W. Thomas officiated -
Survivors are wife, for us In Sunday School been few If

Mrs. Ruby Williams 4 sisters throughout day, The I cannot say r: 8; 1.-
Mesdames Flora Wooden, Ida morning message was delivered adequately
Mae Smith. Willie Mae Edwards by a visiting min- a special one

Mary Lee Hog an, 2 ister, Rev. Washingtonfrom Mrs. William
brothers,Lester Albert George St. Luke Baptist I have ;
Williams, 1 son, Ronald Williams Church. The afternoon and to my
message was delivered by Bernice White

Rev O W. Foster been with me

Thomas Strong 1919 N.W Don't forget our great hood and is

2nd Ct., Apt. #6, died Aug. 6. revival with the Rev. K. post of mine.

Arrangements are incomplete. l:. Rogers preaching out persons
Will be announced at a later cf his soul. Come and consenting to
date. hear this great man of as Terah's

God. Visitors are always August 1 at
Jimmie Lee Members, 450 welcome. Remember the Episcopal

4 .IIo.--or <"' ....- .- N.W. 17th St., died Aug. 10. sick and shut in and To the TO SUIT YOUR FAITH
< Arrangements are incomplete. those who have lost their and friends of
*
Our entire staff is thor-
MARJORIE SANDS loved ones. and I, who
Mrs Lena Higgs, 1780 N.W.
MILLS 64th St., died Aug. 11. Arrange- stay enjoyable oughly trained to follow

who departed this life ments are incomplete. ST. MARY'S W. M. many I can't thanks the beliefs of every faith
<<
August 13, 1961.
Four years have passed Rev. H. V. Stuart pastor more fitting when carrying out their
FRANCIS. Dorothy Major, reporter of you except
since God has called It
you duties. detail
"Good Lord Every
Dedication service will ?
home to be with Him in Bennie Herrington of 1416
begin at 11 a.m. First keep you will meet wishes.
Heaven, and around the your
NW. 5th Place died Aug. 9 scripture Deacon Chas. meet again"Carol
white throne, God
snow at Jackson Memorial Hospital. '
Gibson cs
second scripture
v
,
knows how much we miss Funeral services will be held Rev. L. A. Thompson. And
you, never shall your Saturday Aug. 14, 4 p.m. at Terah
Morning speaker, Rev.J. "My Father in Hec'ven, helpme
memory fade, loving Mt. Sinai Baptist Church with R. Evans of
Delray
to Love
never forget Thy
thoughts shall always Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor, Beach.
wander to the spot Where officiating. Remains will repose it looks up to me in the
are laid.Beatrice in the chapel beginning Afternoon program: beauty of the flower ,"
you Churches.
Devotional service Rev.
3 P.m. on Friday until funeral
John Jowett
Sands, mother Henry
time Saturday afternoon. Sur- votlonal service, Rev. speaker Earl
And The Children vivors include Harold Brown represen- Night .
1 son; Sgt. MT: Oscar L.
Judson L. Dukes of Ft. Cam- tative of fraternal or- D. Hall, pastor Range

TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO bell, Ky.; 4 brothers; 4 sisters ganizatlonss, Mrs. Ellen Methodist
SUNDAY ; 2 grandchildren; host of Taylor. representative of congregation Funeral Home
CHURCH nieces nephews and friends. Pratt Wilder; principal charge of the : l t



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I CLASSIFIEDFOR J () : :

: hiit!I Attractive cool, in quiet furnished neighborhood room Ministers'I I MIAMI TIMES,

} \>{ .cooking no extra charge From

SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE $7 up. Inquire Room 7, 2056 The Baptist Ministers' ( ,ADS

SPECIAL N.W. 5th Ct. Call PL 9-2665. Council met on Wednes-I t
This week! 3 bedroom NORTH MIAMI BEACH day at St. Luke Baptist I
48th Street
728 N.W. CBS, hardwood floors, 1545 N.E. 153rd Terrace.Near 566V4 N.W. 22nd Street Church with Pres. T.
bedroom, CBS, Mona beautiful fruit trees in front, Fulford ;
School. ,
The
3 hardwood
e CBS, One bedroom furn. cottage Johnson presiding. I BRINGi
completely
bpe. Extra large, living fenced, FHA. floors, tile roof, awnings plus small room, Immediate lesson for the week Was' i
m and' dining room, tile $250 down payment, seller FHA terms, only $9,900. occupancy. $17 wk. Key at taught by the Rev. P. W. -- ;

If porch; Owner must sell pays closing costs. "A hotdcal" $250 down. $57 mo. I will pay rear house. Call owner office: Williams. ;' t
so hurry to I
1871
direct':. N.W. all closing costs. Owner 444-6126, Residence: HI The Rev. W. E. Youngof RESULTS
owner
Call 87th The
price. St. owner will show 3733304. 8-2824. Tabernacle BaptiLChurch _- -'
the house
and
you also
59886. open West Palm Beach I
Sunday all day or any time 1370 N.W. 87th Street New 2 bedroom Apt. Free gas,, was a visitor.
bedroom, 1 bath, frame Fenster Realty, Broker PL $200 NEW LOVELY
e 2 down. $58 month. Lovely water and stove. Adults pre President Johnson HOMES
sy terms, no qualifying 9-8779. 2 bedroom home, painted in'' ferred. 765 N.W. 69th St. Apply urging all the ministerto
N.W. 43rd St. NE 4-3781. and out, air cond.stove.. next door at 775 N.W. 69thSt. attend the meetings 1835 N.W. 41st Street
bedroom, CBS. Will be painted Quiet residential area. Fast the remainder of the EXTRA LOT
ie 1 bedroom duplex. Fully in and out. FHA terms, possession. Owner 3733304. month the will
as group
total with Only $200 down payment. 3 large bedrooms 2 baths
rushed. $7,800 Apt. $65 month, bedroom apt. take vacation in Septem- ,
[200 down. Drive by 2118- Drive by 15750 N.W. 18th PI. LIKEN WE CBS-Freshly Adults only, furnished or un Fla room, garage, electric
20 N.W. 82nd St. Call owner Then call Fenster Realty,, painted Inside andout. furnished. 691.4668.4032 NW ber.The Rev. I. C. Mickins kitchen:
appointment. 887-1105. Broker, PL 98779. Ask for Our hest bargain at 23rd Ave.
Curtis. $7.000. $250 down and will bring the message FOR SALE

3 Bedroom, 2 Bathe only $43.79i month. FHA 5 Room House. No express- next The public Wednesday Is invited at noon.to Large Lots All Sizes

: 39 N.W. 39th St. Lovelyge A beautiful 2 bedroom CBS, Near school, bus, shopping way trouble. Adults only.557 share with us in this pro- Liberty City, Coconut Grove
home, in beautiful area, hardwood floors, carport, FHA Don't miss this. N.W. 13th St. Ph. FR 4-4685.
extra room and kitchen. only $250 down. Clean in and Keys at Life Realty Bro- gram. Easy Terms
Johnson Pres.
total price. $ISOO out. Location 1863 N.W. 88th ker. 1932 NW 7 Ave. PL One bedroom Apt. Furnished, Rev. T. No Money Down
0,900 Hev. H. Brown
Iwn. Call owner direct;: Terr. Open Sunday 1-6 p.m. 9-4371: Open Sunday and large rooms, quiet, no child
5-9886 Fenster Realty, Broker, PL evenings. rent $18 week. Phone 532-3206. reporter BUILD ON YOUR LOT OR

9-8779. ..,. OURS
ROFESSIONAL PEOPLE 16500 N.W. 24th Avenue 421 N.W. 59th Terr. At Edison -
edrooms, 2 baths, screened 3 Bedroom Beauty Like new 2-bedroom High. Very large 1 bedroomapt. Join rthes ,,$ Cash Paid for Lots &Homes

| pool. Barbecue pit, wall to 3 bedroom CBS, total $13,000, CBS in Bunche Park. Furn. or unfurn. $20 wk. .<> .. : '.\. '..' Need Money? Call BoronJ
ill Lake front only $350 down. FHA terms. inside :
carpeting. painted
Beautiful large kitchen with Freshly FOR RENT OR SALE : A ,
NA
E 8.1340
me. N.W. 89th St. area. Call and out. new fixtures .g .. I
lots of cabinets, breakfast Apartment. 7th Ave. 4901.
ne Kemp at Ford Realty, lovely yard. a bargain at
c 6354595. nook, stove, refrigerator very $8.500, $200 down and Furn. $70. Large store $100or
large dining room, spacious month. No clos- : sell 5 units. 3773870. *+ we-**'*
living room. A must see. A. only $49 YOUR DEBTS
| NORTH MIAMI BEACH ing costs. Keys at Life ---- CONSOLIDATE

big bedroom house, 2 baths, Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 N.W.. Realty. Broker 4932 NW DIAL NOW FOR MONEY IN I HOUR WI 9-0077
60th St. Call anytime 7512243.
|ry low down payment. 1 mor- : 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open

age, good for nice family No Sundays and evenings.3bedroom SMALL PAYMENTS

30N.E. 152nd St.Open Sun- Qualifying FORSALE $ 1,000 .....---....-...$ 20 Month
Fully furnished, 2 bedroom
y from 12-6. Call anytime' doll house,nice big yard, only 1% bath 3 BEDROOMS $ 2,000 --..................$ 30 Month
2-4160.
central heat air condi-
$400 down and $75 month $10.000 .....................$1 00 Month
tioned including appli- REPOSSESSED
pays all. Total price onl I y
108 N.W. Slat Terrace. 3
drooms, Pine panelled Fla. $8,900. Move right in. A. Ben- ances, large lot. Location LOANS ON VACANT LOTS, HOMES OR ACREAGE
Kori Realtor, 612 N.W. 60thSt. 3250 NW 171 St. FaA| 1111! N.W. 15TH ST.
lorn around fen- 1st and 2nd
awnings all onliy $400 down payment. Mortgages
Call anytime 7512243. TERMS. Call
d. $85 month. $1,500 down. Seller pays closing costs. GOOD

one owner 3716546.W No Qualifying Drive by then call Fen- Mr. Gordon-Mo 5-6870: R.I. BCHOB Mortgages

4 bedroom CBS Fla room, din ster Realty, Broker, PL
LIBERTY CITY AREA ing room, only $600 down. $78 9-8779. Also lots for sale. 14535 N.E. 5th Avenue Mortgar BrokerRaMUURINEUIUUaUUUUIII
bedrooms, barbecue pit and
all furnished.
month fully
ck fenced in. $250 down. pays
This is a wonderful deal for a
SPECIAL THIS WEEKMr.
19 month pays all. Must I
large family. Total $10,600.
ialify.3331 N.W. 208th Terr. and Mrs. Home RASQ.JQ.A L

'4-7478. Good assume.FHA A. Ben-Kori mortgage, you Realtor can, buyers hundreds!! Thanks of people to who the $400 DOWN$84 MONTH First Siltctiois !II .Miaul"

Call
612 N.W. 60th St. any.
558 Ford Ranch Wagon. Fine visited our 3-bedroom, 2 PAYS ALL ; '
time. 751-2243. bath models 1131 and LOVELY HOMES OPEN =
nning cond. New brake on ==
nds. New batteries. Real --- 1141 NW 75 St. Our one NO CLOSING. COSTS. .*,..i ;NEw LOw.DowH PAYMENTS .
urgain at 81137 7193 CBS Beauty model is sold.'and 'one is .:.: .""* ";i :, <
$225.
"l f ; 2 bedroom, 2 bath;CBS beauty. 1931' N.W. 92nd Street N ; ,.IYen., _. .*.Tkas R..t \.
Custom built for a very parti still left. Location 1141 NW Lovely like-new2bedrooms .... \. ;' -- -. ..,"_.. .. .. -et
[ Room, CBS, on 50x143 fend 75 St. Open Sunday from
cular couple. Total $11,000, *CBS. Huge Fla room, partly 232) N.* KTH STREET
lot. 12x22 living room and month 1 pm. until sold. FensterItealty ..
th fire place, 4 bedroom, only pays $350 all Hardwood down floors$78 ana Broker PL 9- furn., air cond., carport, (I lInt| I look expensive. To see me Is to bey ...) .

roily room, carport. $12,800. so charming you won't believe 8779. vacant. Call owner braid beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bark will ==
595 down. $22 wk. 725 N.W.9th wonderful home 1/1/ 1 am a new
it. This is a 633-6539 DAYS
St. Call Dr. Yaeger Jr. for a couple, air conditioner, CHILD CAREREGISTER family room and garage. 1 block from school, 1 block ..

|L 96689. washing machine, carport, NOW! PL 4-4098 EVENINGS From busses and 4 blocks from North side Shopping .

Room, CBS, fence, hedge,,' FHA terms. A. Ben-Kori Realtor Opening Aug. 23, 1965 YW : Center. I II
612 N.W. 60th St. Call
rpet, drapes, FHA or VA, Little Folk Play School
8020 N.W. 2IST AVENUE :
hoot and shopping center. anytime. 751-2243. Hot lunches, personalized care. = :

|14995. NA 42719. Homes Licensed day nursery and HOME OWNERS 1 Beautiful CBS 3 bedroom, two both, oak floors, tile U
2 Bills
Consolidate
Large, large 3 bedroom, 1V$ 3290 N.W.kindergarten 45th Street your roof and carport. $450 down. $35 month. :I
Piece Couch. Fiber glass
Reduce Payments
bath, plus lovely cottage. Phone or 634-3044 your :I -0- ..
.ale l vault pole, bunk beds, : 6355283
brl's dressing table, chair, Total $10,500. This is very Lower your I Interest
|A 4-2719. lovely property A must see for $1,000 I II 70 N.H47TO TERRACE ::

the person looking for a home Dressmaking and Alterations. Pay Back $20 Monthly Large 2 bedroom, 2 bath, plus Flo room. Only 2 .
income. A. Ben-
and good Inquire at 4116 N.W. 32ndAve.
|59th Bedroom St. Rd.house.Call WA 15740 2-6689.N.W: Kori, Realtor, 612 N.W. 60th -Aug. 20 $2,000 II years old. By appointment oal,. I:

.
St. Call anytime 751/2243. Pay Back $30 Monthly -0- Bs

BIO FAMILY --Special-- Home HELP WANTED $3,000 8411 N.W 22ND PLACE ==
ive rent free and pay oft r Pay Back $40 Monthly :I
Barber Shop
ouses with income. $85C I Professionals. 3 bedroom, 2 Barber. Beck's Home PHONES Lovely CBS, 2 bedroom, oak floors, and tile roof. .
bath, CBS plus utility room 6612 N.W. 18th Ave. :
1 own. Balance month
$90 with extra shower and bath phone: 696-8426. 688-2775 688-2775 U $12,900 total pftee.a =
)ear shopping,bus, &school ,

31-0829. hardwood and cooling floors,,special large, heating large HELP WANTED a ..iLl. 23RD-AVENUE- U I II

bedroom, ? bath, Fla room, modem kitchen, all formica, Gorgeovs 3 bedrooms 2 lotus hardwood floors tile ==
BS stove brand new, deluxe re- CAR DRIVERS. A P ply a FOR SALE :I ,
like
ollywood., new$450, low down taxes, $83.57 W. frigerator, must be seen. Society Cab Office, 269 N.W.. roof bvllMn kitchen and barbecve.. $500 down pins U
make coffer
onth. 1 mortgage includes Price $22,000 this. A. Ben- 21st Street. Indf CBS DUPLEX closing costs$7.97 month. U
see
11 chain link fenced after you --0- .
yard, con- .
60th I 1 Bedroom Furnished
612 N.W.
rete driveway,terrazo floors, Kori, Realtor : 1391 N.W. 52HD STREET II
7512243.
eautiful home. Excellent lo- St. Call anytime: FOR SALE $250 DOWN FHA 1 I

ation. Total $13,500. See Mr. 15750 N.W. 17th Ct. 4141 N.W. 23RD CT. Live Rent Free .. Gorgeous CBS, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, on fenced comer U

kris, he will show you how Like new 4 bedroom CBS in Bedrooms 30 N.W. 42ND STREET = lot. $450 down, $13,5 m total price 1
3
Large
>sy it is to own this lovelyme. Bunche Park. Large fenced

Dick Brooks, Realtor, yard, freshly painted, near Florida Room, Furn. Appointment OnlyHI -0- .

'537 N.W. 7th Ave. 688-6638 school. This is a bargain at 2 Baths, Garage and 5.3524 1100 N.W. 82MD STREET .
&hts: 6817740. $10,000, $300 down and only .
--- I$57 month. No closing costs. work shop. Lot is Evening NE 4-0942 Brand new CBS, 2 bedrooms, on corner lot. Owner BB

TTENTION Bargain Hunters! Keys at Life Realty, Broker, 50x143 Feet wants offer. $60 per month pays all.SPECIAL .
houseson one lot,completely 4932 N.W.7th Ave. PL 9-4371.
flushed, one 3'bedroom plus Open evenings, Sundays. $7,500 - -. :: -0- III

ificiency.172 N.W. 47th 8000.Terr.Go, then by HEART OF-MANOR PARK KEY 361.5311 REALTY FOR SALE I: NOTICE! I:

aU Fenster Realty, Broker, CBS, 2 bedroom, carport, ap- IMMEDIATELY.WE ARE OFFERING TO 5
L 9-8779. pliances, freshly painted, in- HOME & APARTMENT == EFFECTIVE
ONLY DOWN PAYMENT YOU CAN 5
and out. Price is $9,500 YOU FOR $100

8441 N.W. 24th Avenue $300 down and $59 month. FOR RENT 5303 N.W. 5th Avenue QUALIFY) ALL OF OUR HOUSES FOR SALE ON U
ar Stephens, OladevieW, Keys at Life Realty, Broker, FHA.
st Little River Elem. 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. LIBERTY CITY AREA Open Sat and Sun. 1.5 p.m. .

ools. $200 down, $89 mo. Open evenings and Sundays. 2 Bedroom, Unfum. $20. Com and see 3 bedrooms,

qualifying. Owner 373-3304 2023-25 N.W. 43rd sue ?t 2 baths, extra large, Fla NEWS REALTY Inc. !

IRE NEW CBS $250 NO CLOSING COSTS OPA LOCKA AREA room, large living room,
I'wn and $58 month. Modern CBS duplex. Only large dining room, kitchen,

lousled windows, re- $600 down and $00 a 1 Bedroom, Furn. $20 garage. Alto separate THE IIIIIUR THAT WOWCS FOR YOU a
shed floors new kit- month. Live rent free! 2 Bedroom, Furn. $24 apartment for Incom. on

]>en cabinets and fix- 2-bedroom! e a ch side 1 Bedroom, Unfurn, $15 two corner duplex lots. .H. 41. "'.'. 11M AVE. PL4.. :I
Unfurn.
res This house Is like tile roo f. annllances 2 Bedroom, $18 Many extras, spate to
[and new. Key at Life Key at Life Realty Broker Call Mickins Rental build another hou... :: (Open Scarlet from 1. p.m.) i/
-'alty Broker 4932 NW 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL Terms arranged. '

Ave. PL J-*371. Open 9-4371. Open Sunday, Agency6818213 -- - .......................... 'l

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1 oooooooooooooooooeooooteen's. I w Miami Miami-Dade JC Offers C.'vr, i .wp rviceWorPottal, Itzni; Open

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"r .,., Continuing Education Courses .
pourri ; Clerks Carrkrs

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I I"Qo"'h.I1. Continuing education procurement management
I courses in 86 subjects will will meet on Mondays, From the office of the Miami, Fla. 33130RESIDENCE
< t By Betnsteba E.'Deca ti be offered by Mlaml- supervision managementon United States Civil Ser- : Appli-
vice Commission. the cants must actually reside
r Dade Junior College at its Thursdays.A
.
I \: North Campus In the fall course in consumer Greater Miami Urban within the delivery areas

,-----------ft.-____-:_-_____ ......--......t.... term beginning August 30. economics designed especially League 'has received. an of the post offices namedor
This is the largest num- to provide Inforr announcement' -for Postal be bona fide patronsof
After almost three months of vacationing or working, ber of non-credit courses matlon and guidance in Clerk-City Carrier for the such offices. Persons
many of us are anxiously awaiting the two weeks to end so ever scheduled by the college this field to headsof following post offices in employed by the post offices -
that we can begin school again. in any one term according families, will be given on Dade County: Miami, Hialeah named will be con-
Some will begin their first year in college and for them : to L. W. Hender Thursday nights. and Opa-locka. An- sidered bona fide patronsof
this is one of the most exciting experiences. For many this son, director of the colIege's Other new offerings Include nouncement number AT- those offices.Applications .
willbe their first time to leave home for such a long time
Service
Community alteration sewing 149-10 ((65.) will not be
and they arepreparing to meet new friends, and learn new division.In .
techniques Monday; an HOW TO APPLY accepted after closing
and exciting things. intermediate course In WHAT TO FILE: Card date, August 18 unless received -
For those who are entering our last year or just begin additon, 18 non-
Form 5000AB. Fill by mail and
to look for personal improvement for out post
ing high school we too, have something exciting
I credit courses will be heldat
women, Thursday; and card completely showngtitle marked on or before closing -
ward to. For there is nothing more exciting as being a senior : the Palmetto Center,
business of this examination date of
filing
Tuesdayand
August
18
in school entering high school as a seventh ;
high or just 7401 SW 120th St. and 23 196 .
into big school wtih more students. Thursday nights. number of this announce-
grader, going a many nt the new Miami Beach
Starting school lets not think about our summer vacation Center, 1420 Drexel Ave. Two daytime courses ment; the post office for EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
and how much fun we had during that time. For the summer are being Introduced: Intermediate which you are applyingand IN EMPLOYMENT:
will be over. The time is here when we will be having North: campus evening flower arrangement the Zip Code NumberIn All qualified applicants"
school fun. You may say school isn't fun or has never been courses being- offered for and an eight- your address for this will receive considerationfor
fun for you. This is because you never made school fun. the, first time range from week course In advanced and all other forms. employment without
If you put efforts forth to making your school year a good china painting: (Friday) gourmet cooking, both WHERE TO GET regard to race, creed,
one by studying hard, getting along with your classmates, to creative problem solving on Thursdays, 10 a.m. to FORMS: Post office in color sex or national ori-
y doing your work and having good citizenship then you will (Monday), from Judoto 1 p.m. which this announceis gin.LOCATIONS
enjoy going to,school. community chorus, posted or from the OF PO-
You will not want to miss a day out of school and you both on Tuesday Henderson Advance registration for Postal Board of U. S. SITIONS: The register
will. not want to miss a minute from your work. said. all non-credit courses atM Civil Service Examiners. established as a result of
Once you become interested in your lessons, you will ..DJC may be made by WHERE AND WHEN this examination will be
become more and more interested in school. New language courses mail until Aug. 13, after TO FILE: Mail Card used; for filling vacanciesat
Don't let a friend persuade you to stay out of school Include advanced Spanishon which applicants may Form 5000AB to: Postal the Miami. Hialeah and
with him. Fa me is not yet aware of how important an edu- Tuesdays, beginning register at Admission Board of U. S. Civil Ser- Opa-locka, Fla. post of-
cation will play in his future Maybe by you going to school German on Thursdays.The Office. Scott Hall, North vice Examiners, Room
will help him to want to go too.If you dropped out of school, management courses Campus, 11380 NW 27th 804, 51 SW First Ave, fices.Written test requiredand
wny not try again this time to be determined that you will fi- will be added. A class in Ave (Federal Office Bldg.), will be held in Miami.
nish. Don't let little things knock you out. For you are interested .
in getting an education.
SOUTH DADE NEWSBy everyone to please be practice. These Include
Mrs. Suite WilliamsMt. ready to go to the Sweet- New Office paved off-street parkingfor
field Baptist Church on
(j-: ,' \ clients
t't / angle plate,
\ \: ,< Morlah Baptist Sunday, August 15 at 2:30: ForBrownsville
Building
.
; windows for wider
,: \ For Pi'wtingSand : Church had good service p.m. glass stair-
vision concealed
Sunday August 8 both ;
i ,Airy Ilistini: morning and evening. Mrs. Maude Daniels of ways located in the rear
of the building; broad
During the evening service Bronx N..Y. is visiting The new Brownsville balconies which afford

> t *,!Inside' '.& Out '-, Paper Hanging J v".:..j..1 people there to join were the church.A two. mother and brother and Professional Building is easy approach to second
l ;Al) Types of Home other relatives.APPLICATIONS. under construction at the
p"ft: Repairs! 4 j! candidate for baptismand corner of NW 46th St. floor offices; city water
i}ADDITIONS: ''Room/ Patio, ,:Swimming' Pool, New: one for Christian ex- and 30th Ave. and many other features.

t:, Windows_ and Storm! Shutters. ,>> *,*' perience.The .church Is having DUE The building will have should Prospective call 751-6556.tenants

LICENSED & INSURED WE FINANCE its two floors of professional
<' youth program the Just a reminder to professional Colors and partitioningmay
offices, restricted to doc-
fourth Sunday of t his I and practical nurses be adapted to Indi-
,CALL JOHN McA THUR PL H845 tors dentists, lawyers
t< month. Everyone is cor- that licenses must be filed l vidual requirements if
architects, business and
OR dially Invited. with the Florida State Boardof leases are made before
Nursing by September 13. finance organizations.It completion.
J ,
T. JOHNSON6MB470 ,
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:- : Deacon Joseph Williams Examination tor professional has many unique The building is owned
WE GUARANTEE TO'PLEASE .*, is will be features which make it
,, .. now recuperating from nurses on by James G. Pace and
'" his illness,. He Is at his .October 12-13 'and for practical an outstanding exampleof Associates realtors, 1735
Sister's home. Mrs. Lillie nurses October 14 and modern professional NE 135th -St.; '
Harris. 15.


Angela Wilson spent a
week with the Bell fami-
NOTICE TO PARENTS ly who lived at 175th St.
I in Perrine. While here
mother spent a week in SOMETHINGNEW
BEGINNING: AUGUST 15, REGISTRATIONWILL Kingston Jamaica. An-

TODDLEINN gela's brother was on vacation -
BE HELD DAILY AT JACKSON in Jamaica also.

3038 N.W. 48TH TERRACE. !
Mr. Fitzpatrick has
been released from the
hospital. He is now re-
recuperating at his home.


No 1. Usher Board of
I Mt. Moriah is asking
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THE IDEAL SCHOOL FOR

TRAINING NURSES'AIDES

COLLEGE ; 2380 West Flogler Streejt
WMET
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Apply NOW for Fall Term brochure Morning 443-9741 Classes 444.4637.r Brings Country & Western Music :


Admi sslons Office Open 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Mondoy-Thurs- 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

day; 8 o.m.-4 p.m. Friday Evening 7 to 10 Classes p.m. : to the Miami area

Foil-Time $75; Part-Time, $8 per credit hour.
REGISTER NOW FOR NEW

CLASSES BEGIN AUGUST 30 CLASSES

FULL RANGE OF PROGRAMS, THE STAMPEDE IS ON !II! !

DAYTIME AND EVENING SCHEDULES _.
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Four-Year Colleges

((2)) Technical l, Vocational, Semi-Professional degrees MORNINGS HAPPY HAROLD AND HIS BAND

((3)) Continuing Education (non-credit) Adults Y pJ MIDDAY BILL THOMPSON WITH MUSIC AND CHATTER

Admission Open to All High School Graduates and AFTERNOONS JOHNNY HUDSON MORE MUSIC, WITH

Adults AND WORDS
THREE M-DJC CENTERS IN DADE COUNTY: 5Smiling

NORTH CAMPUSt 11380 N.W. 27th Ave. Registration UP TO THE MINUTE NEWS AND WEATHER EVERY HOUR

Aug. 25,26, 27. Full progrbm, credit, non-credit, day.
time, evening. PALMETTO CENTER 7401 S. W. 120th
Registration Aug. 23, extensive range of programs, WOAH Fills the gap on Miami's musical
credit, non-credit, afternoon, evening. BEACH CEN
TER 1420 Drexel Ave., Registration Aug. 19, Limited horizon with the latest Country and

freshman ing. program, credit, non-credit, daytime, even -. Western hits as well as old favorites.


ALL STUDENTS APPLY FOR ADMISSION AT SCOTT ; Eddie Lee Pitt-
HALL, NORTH CAMPUSAll man, popular local businessman Slow down and relax for a while .
I is the new own-
prospective students should apply AT ONCEIn er cr the Uiye-Inn Bar
order to receive registration appointment and to 1772 NW 79th St. Phone in other words WOAH! 1220 on your dial
allow time for program advisement, counselling, and K91-9431. He Invite: all
testing services.MIAMIDADS his old' friends to come
und meet new friends..
JUNIOR COLLEGE PHONE: 688-354| Everyone welcome. Indf

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MIAMI MARLINS! JOTTINGS
I Saturday night's game will be the last of
[ the current home stand. This home stand is
( the last long one of the season. The Marlins
have two more home stands left, one with
Daytona Beach and Leesburg, one with Tam-
Y pa and Ft. Lauderdale.
With the recent rainouts, the Marlins
I have scheduled several doubleheaders. Thereare
three slated for Miami Stadium and three
| set for the road. The home doubleheaders will
be on Monday and Tuesday, August 23 and 24,
; and Tuesday, Aug. 31. .
The away twin bills, as of now are set
center, and sensational victories. Peter for August 17 at Sarasota, August 19 at St.
Ted McNeal himself is an ex-English International -
and 29 at Orlando.
Petersburg, August
Hallas, left, Field Hockey
the 1936 Olym- Player and has been 'connect- The Marlins have been very pleased to
Jesse won four ed with sport since 1936. date with the performance of Paul Brown.
a Chicago ... Marlins to work his
Brown, sent to the arm
for Renfleld Im-
and Peter, Vice Advert.. ..... back into shape, has been impressive in ,all
National Sales At helot Sales. of his outings to date. After working with the
Drv Gin Marlins for ,three weeks, Brown was placedon
of whom have the active list and his first day pitched six
a many reunion years in, MiamiansHave innings of shutout ball.
was in Berlin Saved The Florida State League is certainly the
his four toughest in baseball when it comes to- hitting.It's .
1,000,000 a pitchers league. There is no doubt
about that fact. Last year, only one player hit
.,-" ... On Furniture, over .300, and at the present time, with less
than a month to go in this season, only seven
IIMJES Public By Appraiser Hot Bravennen! erIn batters are hitting over .300. The parks in the
) .. el ',. FSL are one factor, since they are of a much
the last five
years, Grand better quality than in many of the other
CentralFreloht : leagues.
dustom.rssav.d overSI,000.000 The Marlins earned run average, 2.60is
on one of the best in the league. Four Marlin
and their bedding.furniture pitchers are below the 2.00 mark, including
IiI4II """ Paul Brown, 0.45 ; Gil Pinard 1.40; Gary
Whether live in a mansion you- Schlieve 1.58 and Tom Chapman 1.94.. The
or a one *& other Marlin hurlers also post very respectable -
I l .J, room Grand apart'.Biareraantaent .appraiser' ,EtflA's. ,Mike Mathias and Mike Weg-
:Central Freight at 1638 N.W.: ener are.. below 3.00, at 2.85 and 2.93 re-
7th Ave.Miami has the fumt spectively are Mark Vattimo, Ralph Bur-
1m ture.store for you Pricee.,'way: below-reau- nett and Denny Leathers are not far behindat
Ii"I. In this famous clearing house( 3.15, 3.45 and 3.47.A .
OF PRAYER, you will find beautiful section high and important official in the Mar
als, sofas, convertible sofas
YOU chain in every style! lins organization has been very disappointedwith
French. Italian, Early American his team ,this year, but does not blameit
unhappy? You,can Paniih even Modern choose, Spanish.from 1 100 on the players. lie informs me that there
Help? : different styles in bedroomsand will be some drastic changes next year. We
prayer clothe dining rooms plus will receive more information as to changes
hundreds of box ,
springs mattresses -
.. Con and odd piecec.'Item" around November or after the baseball meet-
you buy at these sales ing.
can be stored or shipped
MCDONALD In the world anywhere Saw an old friend of mine at the County
6326 Credit' if you want it Open 8::30to Courthouse recently. He was none other than
I 33136 130; today I Jim Gallagher, a great soft shoe dancer in the
early 1900's, also boxed professionally for a
good many years. At one time he won 22
straight fights and in them days they were
fights. Jim is now bailiff for the Hon. Judge
:LJJ1k'I1J Leland B. Featherstone.

:Marlins Schedule this :week: Friday, Or-
POST TIME lando; Saturday, Orlando. Both games beginat

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Artificial Arrangements Potted Plants
Funeral Arrangements Our Specialty"A

Visual Message with Flowers Corsages
For the Discriminating"Lowrie's

Flower Garden

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l j I r lOut of Every 6 Americans Face Housing Shortage BAND All present REHEARSAL and probable CALL CIRCLE PINK CARNATION

future members of the Miami
{ Approximately one out reports. Japanese and Filipinos are Ebony, if given the Northwestern Senior High The Pink Carnation Circle
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of every six Americans is Ebony says 27.5 million shuted out of "white choice, would prefer to Marching Band are asked to will hold its regular
affected by housing discrimination Americans including Negroes only" areas. live with and among oth- meet at the bandroom, Monday meeting
I ) at the home of Mr.C.
C. Miller
the August Jews, Puerto RIcans In an issue devoted entirely er Negroes.
j August 16 at 8:30 a.m. Bring 1771 N.W. 56th St., Sunday,
issue of Ebony magazine Mexicans Chinese to what the editors -
The magazine says racism all music, instruments, drumsticks Aug. 15, 1965 at 4 P.m.
call "the white problem
Is behind the flight batons and marching All members asked
are to
in America the national of most whites to the suburbs regalia. Please'be prompt and be present. Business of vital
Negro monthly In the post war on time. Mr. David Paschal, importance.Mr. .
\ t "Your Color Has notes that at present 18 era phony concludes, "If bandmaster. .C.C.,Miller,is presidentand
Beauty states have laws on the older Inlying cities con Mrs. Fannie
books prohibiting: bias in tinue to become the only S. Gaddy, reporter -
Glamour Proves Itl! the sale of houses. In addition refuges: of minorities..
similar open occupancy while our newer outlying
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legislation is cities become the enclaves -
pending in Deleware. Illinois of white middle
Blanche Calloway presents Wigs By Mr. Bond and a
Kansas, Maryland. and upper classes our fabulous Nite of Stars, Friday, August 27, 9:30 P.m at the
j New Concepts Nebraska, Ohio Rhode Island house will become more Hamtpon House. Highlights of the evening will be dancing,
Utah and Washington. divided against itself than
entertainment, hair styles and fashions,+featuring the musicof
I Ebony says. it was a hundred years. Charles,Austin and his orchestra. Mid night drawing.Who,
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InNatural In a roundup on hous- ago will be the four winners. For a Mr. Bond Wig, 1 years sub-
i ing, conditions In America scription to the Miami Times, champagne dinner for two at
Ebony reports that the Hampton House and a facial and whirlpool bath at Sue's
even so-called "liberals"In 'r:1:
I Health and Reducing Center. You must be present to win.
j | Color the arena of civil rights
.. ;. : Admission free.
I IJ draw' the lines when it 'I ;j >t- : I
comes to housing. Only 30 ,w. 'AI1, "iTNON',.. '------ -------------- ----.-. -,

I Photography per cent of white Ameri- t ," cans surveyed indicated .b
'j they would have no obJection t LOT OWNERS 1 't'i:f\\.\1. \1 Solon authorludMr.BondWlg, the Miami Times orsp4..It't"' .JI. I
11 to living next doorto HOME OWNERS ".
a the Hampton.House.. t '
\ a Negro family. I ,

1 that Ebony many also Negroes points haveno ,out I For quality building t A wig styled and set by Mr. Bond WigsA

desire to live among additions and remodeling Sunday dinner and cocktails for two at the j

whites They simply want 1 NO DOWN PAYMENT 1 Hampton HouselA I
the freedom to live
wherever they chose. 1 PL 4-0655 i one year's subscription to the Miami Times j

Many Negroes. saysI'I FHA OR BANK TERMS .
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t room = Bathrooms 1 ADDRESS ... ................... i
Bedrooms
NW 1TH AYE PL 1-411 Office -
( 1121&I I I Non-Surgical Treatment 1 1 t Carports Garages 1 PHONE .......................... :

i most dramatic character studies conceivable, II I RUPTUREPILES Awnings Fences Coupons may be mailed to P.O.B. 9608 I

: I -1}} I Rectal Diseases, VariJ I t 1: All winners must be present ot the drawing to be held I
_| |_ss esiaaof| | | | B | | I at the Hampton House
'i J cose Veins, Prostate No I 1( on August 27 a' 9i30: pm. I
lost time Discard NEWS REALTY, INC. J!
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Rupture ----------------------------
I I Low cost. N.W. 'TTH I AVENUE j
: :: IBM' TRAINIHK MIT I DR. LONG'S CLINIC I I ,14140 .

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E MIAMI INSTITUTE 'E. BRAND NEW ,'. \ ,Jack's ,MEN'S. WEARSEE '. ,',

R OF TECHNOLOGY = 3 BEDROOMS BATHS "MR.'JACK
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N College of 3)ala 3ocessing Sciences .,: :I ?,Vh...Very Latest' 'In'M. '.' Fatbtoiu ,

"'>" i >> ,'**", t'.Li& :. Built for the particular buyer, who is, seek- ***g& ';SILKMOHAnCSUITS'"ATS. ,.
::"/= ing a home not a house. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, .f ,.?.. ',, > ; ITALIAN:SHOEI: ,"i''''Y' ,*&
j= KEYPUNCH < "
IBM.MACHINES & '
COMPUTER
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; ; ; central air cond. and all of the latest : :fcufoifo." ;
I: = 'PROGRAMMING :! 'I heating, 944-S...;,.-JW-.. -.:,,, .q ; I; 'J.. 'MiamilFlonda't .
features, many extras, built-in G.E. oven ill' .. '''W'OPEN .r*"

Met and women ore neJed" low In Ae data processing and range, huge Fla room, carport, Lot 80x ft .
A field. Ao fastest 91919 field.\* .Ao U4.. ;, s
112. So much house for the money. Value ..

== TRAIN NOW FOR,A SECURE FUTURE :I packed at $19750.00 with as low as 10%

11 I : Earn more than $10OdQ/jrearl! ; r 'a down. No closing costs.

4 =I= '. Student, Loans Available ; 1 OPEN FOR YOURINSPECTION SATURDAYAND EDISON I Specials

SUNDAY FROM I TO 5 AND CALL
= ,1AY AXD NHWT CLASS NOW.FQMMMIOpen 1r I

840 ....'to 10 pan. '. BUILDER AT HI 4-4841

H 'Cell'Mla.l Toed (or.appol.taMt..hh.633.1441. = SUNDAY AFTER 3 P.M.

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ftU .- 45 N.W. 48TH STREET
Miami listitote of Technology 1250 N.W. 27th Ave
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1 Lovely CBS home. Dining room, Flo. room, garage,
rt'!. LIBERTY CITY fire place. Being sold for FHA valuation. $12,800.
H AM I!............................................AG E.......... &&I ......- Only $300 down. No closing costs. Very close to


STREET........................................................... IRv.estWOtPrOpirties r j school. Air cooled.
I (. 335 N.W. 43RD STREET

CITY..............................PHONE...................... 1 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, very large living area, garage.

.. ,. :' ,',Y' _YY, ,' '../i"I&; '.,<,'.'1> ".' '. 4612 N.W. 16TH AVENUE $300 down. FHA. Only $12,000 total price. Fine for
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S' .Education large family.
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3" "Ywr flay I. the wrld I .1 T...,nm'- ; '''.I i --- -- DRIVE BY THEN BUY
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.I..I 1121 N.W. ;';STREET I THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES BEING SOLD ON

; Duplex $7,000 Total t r FHA TERMS.AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWH'IF YOU CAN
i QUALIFY. NO DOWN PAYMENT TO VETERANS

.......................... :. ---- O --eM 7030 N.W. 5th PI. Lovely CBS Duplex

2125 N.W. 58TH ,STREET
= BUY A HOUSE TODAYn: 521 N.W. 48th St. CBS, $10,800 total
Duplex $8,000 Total 2277 N.W. 86th St. 3 bedroom,'2 bath, CBS

E .ti 6930 N.W.6th Ave. Almost new CBS Duplex
( : Manor Park !
g Liberty .: ity '- 2120 N.W. 50TH STREET * *

DRIVE, BY AND SEE THESE NO QUALIFYING
House & Extra Lot $7,000 Total PROPERTIES
= 1 2981 N.W. 69TH ST. $300 DOWN I: ----0----
6bU8 N.W. 6th Ave. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths
2 BEDROOM, CBS, FENCED YARD la
M ) 3244 N.W. 68TH STREET 35 N.W. 41st St. 2 furnished houses
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H ee e House $4,500 Total 337 N.W. 59th Ten,- Home & Income

..31 2120 N.W. 5IJTH ST. $25 WEEK E ---- a --- 306 N.W. 51st St. 3 bedrooms, $60 mo.

t 4 BEDROOM, EXTRA LOT : a 3274 N.W. 68TH STREET '7000, N.W. 5th Ave. Duplex. $80 mo.
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I House -- 4,000
: 4030 N.W. 1st Ave. Lovely CBS. Corner
M ,; 3214 N.W. 68TH ST. $20 WEEK II'I ---- a ---- ; 244 N.W. 46th St. CBS,$67.50 month

t ..'!, S. -" .a 2105 N.W. 47TH STREET I. 1866 N.W. 47th St. CBS, 3 bedrooms, picottage lus

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