The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: August 20, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 42; No. 50 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 20, 1965 16 PAGES

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young at the men were placed Sundaynight -gr e81 in the the
Stuart, Fla., Sunday night said Sheriff Roy C. distrubance, and when he arrived -
: I for participating in a noisy Baker. on the scene there were

Dope passing was discovered demostration, pounded on Ralph Clark, president of about 30 persons before a
inside the Florida the sides of their cells In the Stuart chapter of the growing crowd, "yelling,
h Road Prison south of Flor- Martin County prision Mon- NAACP was among those whooping and throwing
ida City last weekend and an day in a protest against police arrested, but he paid a $35 rocks and bottles.
Investigation ordered by brutality. bond on a charge of dis- Taylor said he told themto
'. Metro after two persons were After residents of the area turbing the peace and was quit or go to jail. "They
arrested and charged with complained that several released noon Monday chose to go to jail," he said.
to In- rocks and bottles had been Clark said the demos- The police brutality
smuggling marijuana
mates.Lt. thrown and at least two win- tration started over "police charges stem back to the May
;t. Richard Hayward said dows broken, Stuart'slawof.f1cers brutality." He and the other killing of Charles Fyne by
detectives have contacted sev- converged on the scene NAACP members refused to two white police. State ofc
eral prisoners who admit they and made the arrests. comment before seeing a law- torney and grand jury'probes
Windows and
t are users of the dope del- screens were called the slaying "justifi-
smashed, mattresses yer.Police
ivered to them by visitors ripped Chief Jesse Taylor able homicide,"and the community -
outside. This was not an and paint scratched from the said he had received num- has been seething'ever
walls of a cell where 10 of
from Ne-
; isolated case, he said. erous complaints since.
f Ruth A. Givens, 29, of

,-fv 'if nrtMis 4210 her common-law N.W. 12th Ave.husband, and, UNEASY PEACE AT LOS ANGELES IAn \

:, I' Lorenzo Seymour, 28, were uneasy peace settled with Uov. Edmund Brown ed on charges ofassauftwith
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.., ,, ,,;" IiI I. narcotics. day after six days of bloody Los Angeles.At eral other Muslins were ar-
:';!If' .," Dade Juvenile Court Probation rioting, pillage and arson the same time a strong rested near the mosque for
'" 1::,, Officer Eugene Stra- has left 34 dead, more than political debate is spread questioning.It .
chan accompanied thecoupleas 800 injured, almost 3,000in ing over the country as to is reported that a shot
they went to visit Sey- prison, and more than $2 the causes and consequencesof fired from the mosque hit a
-"sy mour's brother, Raymond, million dollars in property the tragic disturbances of police car. The officers took
who is doing time on a break- destroyed.National. the past week. cover. Then they opened up
rolyn Diann Sands, daughter o{ ing and entering conviction. leaders of both The calm was shatteredin with a barrage of fire and
Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Sands of 1136 NW 74th Guards at the camp were races have gone to Los An- the predawn of Wednes- stormed the building.
St received a".B.'S.,,degree in,Elementary told by the woman that she geles to make anj on-the-spot day when police gunfire rid- Police said they found no
ucation from Florida A and M University Aug- was Jackoullne"Seymour; investigation'In Tin*effort to dled a Black Muslin mosque weapons In the building after'*
# the convict's sister, so that determine the motive for the in Los Angeles, and police earlier reporting that a number -
ust 7. She is now employed by the Broward she could enter the 'camp riot, and to work toward a and National' Guardsmen had been confiscated. 3''
County Board of Public Instruction. under rules that permit entryto remedy for Its recurrence.On sealed off a four-block area. They said the weapon fired
---- any prison by a relative, Tuesday President When the police stormedthe at the police must have been
Haywood said. Johnson sent Undersecretary .. building they arrested25men carried out through the back
Fires on White YouthsTwo In a routine check of vis- Leroy Collins-former eight of whom had been door of the mosque. where
itors' personal effects, camp director of the CommunityRelations cut by flying glasses and were abandoned coats and shoes
men were formally Ave. several times and officials Capt. M.B. Linzy Service to meet bleeding: They were all book- were found.
charged with four countsof the youths yelled obsceni- and Sgt. C. L. Strickland
found in Miss Givens pursea *> T flSf.

Wednesday aggravated as the assault outcomeof on ties.Wilcox and ''a neighbor, small brown emvelope of t! Ji i s te;=,k. Detailed I
marijuana hidden crushed !
a weekend shooting. Harris, fired with rifles ,w u- B
Lawrence Williams, 28, when the car stopped in cigaret pack, Haywardsaid.
and Freddie Harris, fired front of his door, police Sunday, August 22, will iding Elder of the North Miami -
several rifle shots at a said. Strachan "convinced detectives be a joyous memorable day District will present Bishop -
carrying four white No one was hurt, and on the scene that he at St. James A.M.E. Church Hatcher who will deliverthe
car Peace Justice DuVal was a victim of circum- 1845 N.W. 65th Street. On Dedicatorial Sermon.
Saturday, set a
boys said.early Wilcox told police hearing for Sept. 2. The stances." He was not ar- this day at 3:00: P.M., the Choirs No. 1 and No. 2
police defendants rested, Hayward said. beautiful, remodeled St. will unite their melodious
circled his
the car NW 15th $1,500 bond each. on Juvenile Judge Ben Shep- James will be dedicated.At voices In the rendition oi,
home at 8810 pard called Strachan "oneof the 11:00 A.M. serv- music for the occasion. There j

the best probation officerswe ice, the dynamic and spiri- will also be a guest soloist.All .
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,:i'1llt s. ,t'9, found inlockersofprisionershad morning sermon. Music will the conclusion of the
)'7 y+K'' Ii been smuggled by per- 1c f be rendered by choir No. 3, afternoon service, the entire
sons posing as prisoners' the youth group. congregation will be Invitedto
relatives. The Rt. Rev. E.C. Hatcher dine at the Parish Hall
3 Presiding Bishop of the with thedistinguishedguests.The .
llth Espiscopal District and public is cordially in-
$192,000 his charming wife will be vited to share this momen
_.._ __11' present at the3:00 P.M. service tous day with the St James

ReceivedFor Rev. J. B. Blacknell Rev. J. A. Roberts, Pres- family. Glamour Photo)

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Renewal Director __
Myron Leff announced _
t' Monday a $666,000 federal _

_Ikx I payment to launch Dade _
__ County's redevelopment of ___
Miami's Central Negro Dis __
trict.A. ___
$192,000 check was re- __
cehed by Metro renewal __
agency out of the funds paid 4 ___
through the U.S. Housing _

and Home Finance Agenc _
Alfred W. Williams, son of Mrs. Ida The balance of the$666,000was I d ::1: ::., .

Moore, Sir John Hotel, confers with Congressman deducted by the govern-

Dante B. Fascell in his Congressional of- ment to pay for previous # n Ii '

fice in the Rayburn Building in Washington, tions.planning and federal Inspec-

D.C. Leff said that $100,000 of
Mr. Williams has been working in the the direct payment to Dadeis

Capitol and Congressman Fascell's office since : topurchaseap-

early June. He will soon be returning to Miami j praisals on 515 properties
and after a short stay will return to the senior to. be taken over by the agen-
in its
(c> S14.4 million initial .
class at Florida A and M University where he i improvement Another S86- I = #----I

will resume his studies in psychology and sociology <000 goes for relocation pav- _

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday.. August 20, 1965 "tt. ,
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Executive,I Director National Urban League L Since July 4 i' '

JACKSON, Miss. The
WHERE POVERTY IS PARADISEMIAMI appointment thus far of Fed-
eral voting registrars In nine
Southern counties, with ad-
FLA. This is probably the one city In the na- ditional appointments expected
tion where Negroes regard poverty as paradise. shortly, Is expected to
It explains the absence of large-scale rallies and demonstrations substantially aid the NAACP
or widespread unrest and social upheaval. voter registration campaign
The average Negro family here lives In poverty or right being conducted this summerin
next door to It.: )But after chopping In Alabama for $9 a Mississippi, South Caro-
week, bussing dishes in a Miami Beach hotel for $45 is lina and Alabama.In .
elysian. And living "concrete monster"apartment houseor three-day period,Aug.
in the dreadful, frame bungalows of"Good Bread Alley" 9-11, 236 persons registeredin E Lt r'
still beats an Alabama shanty, if not by very much. Natchez, 168 persons in 3.
His housing is terrible, his job chances are strictly men- Jackson and 248 in Vicks-
ial, and his prospects for putting his children in collegeare burg. Since the NAACP
virtually non-existent, but still Negro men come down. opened its voter registrationdrive
The lure is jobs, the kind black man can't find readily In Mississippi on July
in Cleveland or Milwaukee. Operating a hotel elevator or 4, a total of 12,619 persons
opening and closing a door doesn't tax anyone's thinking have become bonafide voters -
capacity and such jobs are abundant in a dty where in the state, Miss Althea T.L. Urban League Youth Community Ends
90 percent of all enterprise is servlce-oriented rather than Simmons, coordinator of the
industrial three-state project, reportedon I
Unfortunately, most white Miamians regard the absenceof August 12. Summer Enrichment ProgramThe
protest rallies as a sign that "all's well" when it Isn't. One of the registrars has

T. Willard Fair, tbe Urban League's executive director, been sent to Leflore County, Greater Miami Ur- well as working with spell- Booker T. Washington. Mr.
says that conditions in nearby Perrine "resemble a concen- Miss., where only 2.1 per ban League Youth Commu-, ing, reading, arithmetic etc.
tration camp;" that he found 23 people living in a three- cent of the Negroes are regis- nity, an interracial,interfaith These children were selected Frank Cowan and Mrs.
room shack in Miami and that the Central Negro Dis- tered. In this county, where Maxine Thurston super-
climaxed to attend the ,
trict Is "the leading area in every vice and sodal ill you Negroes outnumber ,whites youth its organization Summer Enrichment after careful study program by Mr. vised the program. The program
can name, Including dope addiction." by a ratio of three to one, Thursday,Aug- of the was held at the YWCA,
These unpleasant realities from which munidpal officials 71.5 percent of the white pop- Program on Cowan and members from 3:00 to 5:00:
p.m. p.m.
ust 20, after providing Urban League Youth Com-
hold themselves aloof, are gradually corroding the ulation are registered voters. on Tuesday and Thursday.
patience of Miami's Negroes. They see the world entirely The NAACPplans to"blitz weeks of tutorial, recrea- munity. Members of the Ur- This has been the first
cultural activities -
different from white residents, busy congratulating themselves' the areas that get Federal ex- tional, and ban League Youth Community and
fbf 'a few" Tine 'strides In quality education by the aminers," Miss Simmonssaid. for children of limited also provided transportation group Youth tutoring project .
the Community anticipates
In 1962 145 opportunity. for the froup.
schd l' board. When Fair compared the ghetto Approximately
with a study made 20 years earlier by Dr. Warren Banner, out-of state and full-time lo- The program began witha The participants were Mill an expanded tutorial
League research director, the only change he could find cal volunteers have been sent get acquainted fun sessionon Knopf, a student at Welles- program during the regular
was paved streets. to Leflore and Madison July 6, and ended with a ley College, Wendy Weiss, school season.
The public housing authority is trying to place reloca- County, the other county in picnic at Greynolds Park. graduate of North Miami Other projects that the Urban
Youth Community
tion housing In the path of ghetto expansion; Negroes Mississippi which has re- The children between the High; Nancy Maim, gra- League
seeking homes in transition neighborhoods are subjectto ceived a federal registrar. ages of five to eleven, ex- duate of North Miami High, has participated in are
intimidation; and only one firm, the Pix Shoes store Buses have been charteredin pressed mostly their enJoy- Si Meyer, graduate of Coral neighborhood dean-upcam
chain is known to operate an aggressive on-the-job train- the two counties, in addition ment of the trips they took Gables High; Veronica An- paigns, panel discussion at
ing program for Negro employees. By contrast, one airline to several car pools, to which included a trip to Cran- derson a student at Miami the National Congress of
has just three Negro employees on its staff of 260 workers, take prospective voters to the don Park and a trip to the Dade Junior College; Larry Colored Parents and Teach.
a record that is tragically typical for the area. registration offices, she said. Museum of Natural Historyand Rockhlnd, a senior at Coral ers, National Conference of
The fault is predominantly educational. The League's A sampling of registration Science. They learnednew Gables High School and the Urban League Youth
"Skills Bank" set up to recruit, screen and refer professional figures throughout the state songs and games as Bethsheba Dean a senior at Community.
skilled and semi-skilled applicants to industries,is"bank- shows 800 persons regis- ..-
rupt", Fair says. "We just don't have enough referrals." tered in Coahoma County,
If Negroes are to rise out of poverty in Miami and energ- 1,600 in Jackson, 1,700 in Employees Reminded of $1.25 Minimum WageA I
ize the city's spotty economy, a vast educational and re- Natchez and 721 in Vicks-
training effort will required. Bishop Coleman F. Carroll, burg. ..-- .,..- ,.- minimum,wage of bl.25 these employees --who vrere ters thts't derallaw. -
Miami's Roman Catholic leader, has integrated many Cath- In Madison County the an hour under the Fair La- made subject to the Act b} Huettner also said that
olic schools. But only some 200,Negro pupils are attending NAACP has been successfulin bor Standards Act will go the 1961 amendments these workers would be en
classes with whites in the public schools. registering 513 persons into effect September 3rd for This reminder was issued titled to one "and one-half
Miami is an energetic and growing city. It opened its this summer. Negroes out here today by Henry A times their regular rate of
heart to' Cuban from Castro, thousandsof number whites three to added and in Washington
refugees including by. Huettner, regional directorof pay after 40 hours a week,
trained professional men and women, integrating them one In the count. County 1,563. the U.S. Labor Depart- beginning September 3rd.
rapidly into its economy. But it has not shown a like Inclination In Meridian 1,200: personsare In the famous Summer ment's Wage and Hour and Their maximum workweekfor
to help Negroes to help themselves-most of whom now registered voters, in Project of 1964, less than Public Contracts Divisions, overtime purposes has
come to the city with fewer skills from the South than Cu- Hattiesburg 1,500havebeen 800 persons were registeredin the agency which adminis- been 42 hours since lastSep
bans, who grew up under the Batista dictatorship. the entire state. tember.

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20 way at his preachments on tist World Alliance at MI- Africa it owns through the Laymen's organization
thousand delegates and visitors the philosophy of from protest ami Beach on June'27. foreign mission board hun- pledged $5 thousand.
are expected to attend to production. He will also Dr. Jackson has led the dreds of acres of land and The names of the leadersof
the 85th' annual session of preach at 11 a.m. on Sep- National Baptist Conventionto mission stations and just two various auxiliaries and
the National Baptist Conven tember 12.President. become the largest orga- years ago the Liberian government boards and where,they will
tion musical on September Jackson has nization among Negroes in gave to the convention meet will be published in a
7, at 8 p.m. The musical will been pressed this year witha the world, claiming some 5 through Dr. Jackson published in a subsequent re
feature a mass choir under very difficult schedule. million members. The con 100,000 acres of land for de lease. Every one is invited to
the direction of Mrs.Annette, beginning with an address of vention have many valuable velopment.The attend the sessions of a great
Espy, and J. Robert Brad dedication at Jackson State p. holdings in the United States most recent objectiveof convention led by a great
ley, as guest soloist. College, Jackson, Mississippi and Africa. It owns its 2 the convention is its edu- leader, Dr. J. H. Johnson.
One of the highlights of ; his next major appear- million dollar publishinghouse cation foundation which was r-rw-------
the session will be the annual ance was before the Baptist at Nashville, Tennessee officially launched at Detroitin Non-Serjlcol Office ;
address of presidentJ.H. State Convention of South I I
; the Freedom Farm at 1964. President Jacksonled I' I
Jackson on September Carolina in May; the Na- acres; the, building which the Olivet Baptist Church, Treatment
9, in the morning session. tional Baptist Congress of houses the Retirement, and Chicago in giving 10000. RUPTUREPILESI I
Dr. Jackson will again bring Christian Education at Tul- Home and Foreign Missions 00 to start the drive. .which Rectal Diseases, Varl- I
one of his straight from the sa on June 17, besides he Boards, its missionary retreat has a goal of 10 million dol I cost Veins, Prostate No I
shoulder messages covering presided over the midsummer and students buildingboth lars. A large number of lost time Discord Truss I
every facet of life. His militant session of the Board of at Washington, D.C. churches pledged ten and five J Upon Correction of ReptereI t
stand on the right for Directors of the National Its retreat and recreation estate thousand dollars. The Sunday Low cost.
his people to vote has been Baptist Convention on June in Michigan and the Na- School and Baptist DR. LONG'S CLINIC I
the most consistent in the na 16, and delivered the concluding sir .aims' 1 tional Baptist Bath Houseat Training Union Boards I I
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T''''''''' '""" 11"-- ;- --- William Wynn will God has never left the ty Program of Dade County,
Cecil G. Kolle publisher of Rolle says do not hire Ne address the New Covenant world He created. Mr. Wynn Neighborhood Service and
Liberty News,was defendantIn groes. Presbyterian Church A has Christian convictions. member of Mount Zion
Circuit Court Tuesday for Attorneys for Drug City a Church For All People-12th We want to hear what God Baptist Church.
picketing a downtown store. pharmacy located in the Roper (N.W.) Ave. at 43rd St., about individual worthto
Kolle said he pickets because Building, had Rolle in Sunday, August 22 at 11:00 says people being in situations
the merchants hire Cu Circuit Court to
A.M. Service on the Poverty
where we do not have enough
bans Instead of American prevent him from picketingthe i Program. The Program is a gainful employment.Mr. TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO

Negroes. store. \ challenge to all Christians.In Wynn is Coordinatorfor CHURCH SUNDAY .().
The merchants explainedthat Circuit Judge James W.
trying to reach all people the Economic Opportunl- .
they hire Cubans for Kehoe set aside Drug City's this church is making an effort .
sales work because most of injunction until after a 10- to understand the struggle --"C.- "
their customers are Cubans day "cooling off" period. If of poverty and its mis-
and speak only Spanish. :No the differences are not resolved sion in this regard. r' .. .t""
Spanishspeakingegroes: at that time, the court ,"O P.a"t g.
have applied for jobs they' will rule on the injunction, the p ) : : .f"
said judge announced 'pud Sand llastim
claim that Rolle is chairmanof MM .. > { .,)4 s
They Holle said he is := -' -''' \' 4 4t ..
more interested in selling ads the, All Peoples Democratit .ps :F <;; < ,'"> "* > I Inside i' '&:,=:Out':--" ,Paper Hanging ,s .
for his weekly paper than in '( Iub. Me did not Identifyhis b ), MISS I" .A /. r 1
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:News, they said is a one- the Civil Liberties Union represented .
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S 4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 20, 1965I ,

!I URBAN RENEWALUrban Phil Ossoftr Registration at

world has known re-
Renewal is about ready for build- ligion under many names. FM CHits All.

ing operations. The federal government has Recorded history speaks of

released $666,000 for use in redevelopment of of a number of major religions -
each founded at dif- Time Record
Editor and Publisher Miami's Central Negro District.
E. SIGISMUND REEVES ferent times, most of them In
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor First job will be buildings near the Dun- different lands. While they ,, ST., AUGUSTINEAd
M.mb.r of the Notional N.w.pop.r. PublUh r. Association bar Elementary School at 20th St. and appear to be Independent of vance registrations at Flor-
Court and the area from 14th St. to 22nd St. each other, it Is possible that I ida Memorial College here
SUBSCRIPTION RATES between Third Ave. and Sixth Ave.Metro's they are related to each other are at their highest
$5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00Entered in
ONE YEAR links Inan eternal chain the i
Renewal Agency has received as .86 yrars of the institu-
as Second Class Matter August 9. 1927 at the Post the forged by the one Creatorfor tlon s history, it is reported
Office at Miami Florida under the act of March 8, 1876 $192,000 out of the funds paid through a purpose of unity. by Dean Kenneth J. Huen-
U. S. Housing Agency. The rest was deductedto The founder of each re- ink.
Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone OX 10421 In-
pay for previous planning and federal ligion refers to others who Registration daythisyear
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" spections. are to come in the same'station 'has been set for Monday,
The. NEGRO PRESS belleyes thai,America can best lead as his own, bringingthe Sept 13, with the rolls
tk.. world from racial and national antagonism when it accords Word of God to the world, from 8:30 A.M. Until open
to every man regerdless of race, creed or color his age after age. The Hindu P.M., accordingtotheDean's 4:30:
human and legal rights. Haling no man, fearing no man-the scriptures speak of the incar- announcement.
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that nation of the god on earthat
all men ore hurt as l long as anyone Is held bock. incoming fresh.
different periods, comingto men, transfer, and other new
save the world from some students have been
pnzey Wins Nelt&Fr great peril. The Buddhist to report on Thursday,Sept.
TROUBLE IN LOS ANGELESNews scriptures mention the com-
9, In order to take part in an

from Los Angeles, California for the Conpi ing wisdom of a Buddha and,aboundingin goodness, orientation course which will

past week has not only been sad, but shameful.An wsN s wswss,. "'.If"" _.. ..f.O.."""" ......".""'-: _.._-- --_.-..j.. with knowledge of the worlds, on get the under date.way Dorms at 1:00 will P.M.,
undeclared war has been, going on be. Jesse James Jackson age because he said, In his opinion who will proclaim truth bothIn at 8:00 in the morning.open
tween rioters and officers of the law. 34, was convicted InthecrimInal It would be improper to the spirit and in the letter. Regular classes at FMC
Court of Dade County comment on a case that is Zoroastrian scriptures
The governor's office and local authorities will get under way on Sept.
four years ago for robberyand still pending. He did make speak of the age-old belief
declared state of insurrection. The National assault with intent 14, the announcement states.
a to the general statement, how- in one all-wise God and of
Guard and 2,000 troops of the 40th Infantry commit murder. At that trial ever, that "many people the falling away of the peo- Late registration will be
accepted during the
he was represented by the when reading of cases of this period
belief. At such
were brought from summer training to the Public Defender's office. that the trial ple from this from Sept. 14 through Sept
assume for-
type times, prophets came
scene of action. Judge Jack Falk sentenced did 27, but a late registrationfee
Court or the trial judge
ward to restore religionto
Two thousand eight hundred and thirty- Jackson to 10 years in State not give the defendant a fair its pristine purity. The will be charged.
five rioters were arrested, 811 people injured Prison. From his cell Jack- trial. Nothing could be fur- of Judaism and Faculty members will re-
"and 34 killed. son hand-wrote a plea for ther from the truth. :Many scriptures Christianity abound with port to the college Sept. 1.
help to the Appeal Court reversed for technical in,order to take part in planning
All rioters are reported as being Negroes. cases are prophesies.about future pra'phets
claiming the Public Defend- sessions.
reasons but It doesn'tmean of God. The coming of
Reason for the outburst seems to be 'the er's office has refused to
ap- that there was an at-
arrest of 2 Negroes on a drunken charge that peal his case.Judge Falk ap- tempt to deny the defendant Jesus the Old is plainly Testament.revealed'Jesus in

brought about an eight hour demonstration pointed local attorney, Don- justice. All of these mattersare speaks of the coming of the
resulting in all but whole destruction by fire ald Wheeler Jones to represent highly J technical and Comforter and of the Spiritof coming of one from God at

damage and looting in parts of the city running Jackson as special as every lay person should un- Truth in the New Testa- various times. Each time he

into more than 200 million dollars. sistant Jones Public argued Defender.to the trial derstand that the Law is a ment. In the Qu r'an,(Koran) comes he is rejected and crucified
constantly expanding bodyof
Muhammad devotes an entire in some manner, such
Whatever the reason for this outburst it Court that the sentence knowledge and that the
Sura (chapter) to the as being chopped to pieces
has left a stigma on the name of the great city should vacated for tech fact that an Appeals Court
succession of God-sent pro- boiled in oil, etaI
nical of law. The trial
error the decision of a
of Los Angeles. Court denied this Motion reverses phets, condemning the peo- marvel at the similarity
trial Court does not in
There are 334,916 Negroes in Los Ange- and Jones took an appealfor refle ct the quality anyway ple for rejecting them. He of tradition in religions which
les. Like the brethren in some other states, Jackson to the District of justice and upon the particular closes with a prophesy of originated in different ages
they are dissatisfied with some conditions in Court of Appeal located in Court necessarily." others who are to come,say. and lands. Ibelievethatthese
Miami ing of the people "In what similarities are evidences of
housing, parks schools their
,and perhaps
Jones successfully argued dispensation after this will enlightment from one source;
economy in general. that defendent Jackson had they believe* the one Sun of Truth, God,
i _*TJie..yoarigXiac&le.are' demonstationmind- beeaJjuJfecLdenied Jhell ht. While ,discussing Indian symbolizing them as links in
,ed. They need- all the guidance and, 'help to appeal when the Public TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO beliefs with Mike' Osceola, that eternal 'chain of truth,
avan Dr -'" Defender's; office refused\to --CHURCH' SUNDAY :..Seminole'of Miami; learned marking each religion as be*
Negroes through recognized leaders in appeal hiscaseand the Court that the Indians have,a'' ing'a part of the one universal
ordered that the case be re- tradition which tells of the faith of God.Ul .
Los Angeles and elsewhere must seek better manded to the trial Court

communication with white leadership in their and granted Jackson the

community, thereby solving, at least, some of right to institute a delayed
their problems.If Motion for a new trial. 1
On the basis of the Delayed r. '
such is done we believe peace and har- Motion for New Trial, : f ., ,

'l iWyA vXille l /wrtl..and .become,permanent the trial Court denied Jack iITO INSIDE? I II
making'llfe the",pleasure 'if was Intended to be son a new trial and Jones 1: ; t KNQWSJf1A'VS:.

for we are all children of God and inheritorsof appealed this decision of the < :

the Kingdom of Heaven. trial Court Court of Appeal.to the On District the ba- : :frs ndbadv's business but yours
Bloody fighting took place in Chicago sis of that appeal the District I

where 65 or more were injured and 2,000 Na- Court, in a split decision reversed -
tional Guardsmen ,were called to restore order. Jackson's conviction -

Damage' .from1 lootjqg' and burnings have because the trial a testimony detective listenedto duringthe r :' SAFE DEPOSIT BOXESAt I

been estimated at more than a million dollars. original trial and then
took the stand and claimedthe

Jackson defendent, at once his confessed.trial denied I Lincoln National Cost So Little I

BRITISH KKK shooting a woman in a ,
robbery and insisted he nev-
Recently a new organization came into
committed .
er the crimes.A
being in England The Ku Klux Klan. This spectator Detective Da- PRICE PER YR. SIZE II

has prompted another organization to be on vid Hellman, told the prosecutor i .
the alert The North London West Indian during a recess that :', 55.00 3x5x24

with a membership of 6,000 held an emergency Jackson once confessed to ,: $ 7.50 3 xl0 x 24

meeting. They let it be known that this organ- him. Although Hellmanhadn't 12.50
been scheduled as a wit I SxlOx 24
ization is not one to preach hatred against the ness In the case the state then ;

whites, but to prevent what is happening in used his testimony as rebut- $25.00 1Ox10x24

Birmingham, Alabama and Los Angeles, Cal- tal. I I
ifornia. Chairman Lincoln Dyke said the West Hellman's testimony "was
the only evidence of a con-
Indians were forced to take some action be- fession by thepetitioner"theDistrict

cause their backs were against the wall. ('ou nt's records I. I

Another group in London discussed plansto noted. MAY WE SUGGEST A STARTER LIST* "'
set up vigilante patrols against threatened The judges said that a rule :'
against witnesses hearing I' Marriage License
'KKK attacks (if any) :
and feared racial outbursts. what other witnesses say in ",
Court should have barred ;r Birth Certificate qt-fJr I

SCHOOL TIME Hellman's testimony In the b "
AGAIN Discharge Papers
case. I < 'd : !
Monday, August 30 Dade County will Judge Richard H.1.: Insurance Policies \ :# 3
open its schools to receive 189,850 students. Swann dissenting, said that M1
two other witnesses "posi Stock Certificates ,$
There are 208 schools, 152 of them elemen-
t taries. Teachers number about 8,000. the tively robber.Identified" Jackson as 1 t\ : Your Will 1 and yes ;' { ,

The school board will receive help from Judge Swann called Hell Indeed, Property Deeds, II
the federal government totaling over $7,600- man's testimony"atthemosta
harmless error." ;,-,, You may need a big box!
000. Dade County now divided into six
A petition for rehearinghas I III
school districts each with its own superintendent. been filed before the Dis- I

trict Court of Appeal and a
There will be 11 new principalsamongthem request has been made to that
Court that they certify thede-, .. LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK
are Anthony Gardiner at Carver, Coco- cision to the Supreme Court I IigA

.. nut Grove ; Manatee Bannerman at Browns- of Florida for its final determination II OF MIAMI
ville Junior High ; Mrs. Grace Albert at West on the basis that first
integrated bank In the entire Southeast--
Dunbar Elementary ; Isaac Meares at Floral the decision is one of great here In the Edison rmmttal Center

Heights Elementary. Mrs. Ida Itatcliffe, for- public importance. 6013 N.W.7th Avenue
Attorney Jones, when Phone 759-4431
mer principal, has a special assignment as a reached for comment declined i I

coordinator. to make a statement -

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 20, 1965 5

Mr. and Mrs. William, C. Dingle are";enjoying Return FromVacation

the summer with their grandsons. "'.....
Mr. and Mrs. Bloomfield are back from
North Carolina visiting 'with Mrs. Marguerite The families of Mrs.
Davis. Lottie Rolle, Mrs. Edna
4. Starke and Miss Caretha
Mrs. Alice Benton and children of Atlantaare Bawl are happy to have
and Mrs. Alfred Dean returnedlast visiting Mrs. Benton's sister, Mrs. Emma i them back home after vis-
weekend from their McBride and iting in St. Augustine
vacation in Detroit family. Richmond, Va; Washington -
and New York. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. David Johnson, Donald and D. C.; New York' and
Nurse Hazel Darling of Nassau. Deadra of Berlin, N.J., Mr. and Mrs. James the World's Fair. In'Washington'

Sincere congratulations to our young folk Johnson of Philadelphia, Mr. and Mrs. Sauter Y'r # 5% hour guided they tour had; taking a-
who were chartered this week as NAACP Barksdale and children of Washington, were in the White House,
youth members. This is the type of organization the house guests of Mr. and Mrs.. K. Libertyand the Capital Justice Bldg.,
that Mr. and Mrs. Lee This Archives. Smithsonian Institute -
prevents occurances such as those in Mc'Kinney. group and
Embassy Row
Los Angeles this week. Jack Gordon was guest had their family reunion in Tampa, August other historical and Interesting -
speaker at the occasion and Father Theodore 15. areeas including
Gibson presented the charter. It's Roundup Time for all Sigma Gamma Arlington Va.'to'visit' the
of the late President
Harriett Outen, Mary Lou Nixon and Rho Sorority members for the annual work- Mr. and Mrs. James H. grave Kennedy and the changing -
Maedell Nealy chose the northeast for their shop meeting Aug. 21 at 1711 NW 62nd Bethel wish to announce of the guards there.
vacations.Mrs. Terrace at 2 p.m. the engagement of their

Almatha Bullard of Bronx Happy birthday greetings to Mrs. Cath- daughter. Beatrice, to They also had a tour of
(Baby) Thaddeus Robert Edgerson. Richmond. Va, making a'
N.Y., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Elaine erine Gibson, Mrs. Ida K. Sidney, "Billy" Ben- Beatrice is the sisterof visit to the Edgar Allen
Thompson Ready.Congratulations. ton, Patricia Benton and Ernie Taylor, Jr. James "Scoop" Bethel. Poe Shrine; the Valentine

to Walter James Tarlins Mr. and Mrs. Ezekiel Rolle and the other John's Museum.Episcopal the historical Church St.

and Terry Michella Gaitor, winners of the members of the family are very happy and .. Aili \ ...... from which Patrick Hen
baby contest sponsored by St. Margaret Mary proud that Roland Rolle graduated from the "' ry delivered his famous,
Guild of Holy Redeemer Church. University of Indiana this summer, receiving a IQ1! speech: "Give me "libertyor
masters in education.Mrs. give me death. They
Earline Rogers returned to Miami afteran degree ;YOflRi"e'j' \ sat in Patrick Henry'spew
enoyable vacation with her sister and Marian Anderson had the honor oft ; ':' ':' ...\ ..,* .: at this church.
brother.dn-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. Watkins of christening one of the nation's Polaris sub- {* '.':yjf: \, 't They report having had
(; ;>' >. unique educational and
marines. The sub honored. one of America'sgreat .
Brooklyn. \. '. ,."\ \.. O 'v. f'... wf"Y enjoyable experiences
scinentists George Washington Carver. : ? ......; '\". .,
Sincere sympathy to the Gilbert, Russell throughout their tour.
and DeVeaux families in the loss of their Ellen Heidt, English teacher at Miami
loved ones. Northwestern, toured Europe d u r i n g the

Mrs. Stephen Rolle Jr. (Bettye) of West summer vacation. -COME ONE! COME ALL!
Palm Beach chose Nassau for her vacation Maxie Lopez, with children Janet and '
while daughter Stephanie is keeping grand- Douglas, spent their vacation in Nassau and TOjME l'AT

mother's company here in Miami. Long Island. UNIQUE'S CLUB BALI
Debrah and Stanley West of Chi Townare Mrs. Eunice Davis and mother are spend-
visiting their aunt, Mrs. Emma Ward fora ing a week in Nassau. Eunice is secretary- r" THE:FIESTA,NIGHT CLUB
few weeks before returning to Chicagofor Varitypist at the Miami Times. 642 H.W. &| AVENUE JV .
school. Carrie Davis Meek and her two daughters '
; SEPTEMBER 3 isss
Ismaye Prescod is in the states visitingthe Lucia and Sheila Davis are enjoying a 4-day
World's Fair then it's back to her job as cruise to Nassau on board the s.s. Florida. MUSIC BY MAX NEWBOLD
recreation supervisor in Heidelberg, Germany.Get Carrie is an asociate professor of physical .education DANCING FROM 10 O'CLOCK TIL
at Miami Dade Junior College.
well wishes to Gus R. Love, Cedars of DONATION $1.25 TABLES FREE
Lebanon; Walton Young Robinson, Christian; Charles C. North, owner-manager of
Arvis Bethel and Patricia Allen Ebron, Bap- North's Travel Bureau, is convalescing after
Leola Bethel Jackson two weeks on the inactive list suffering withthe
tist; Elaine Ready and ;j'
Esther 0. Saunders, Mt. Sinai. painful back effects of a slipped disc.

Mrs!" Carbl'TTannah"ancTdaiigtiter, 'Terah,

returned to Nassau after a six weeks vacation tf mmm w i iJack's "e e
with her mother, Mrs. Marie. Cooper.

Mrs. Leroy Henderson and daughter, ..
Marsha of Atlanta, are guests. of the Sands MEN'S WEARSEE $.11& ... ...... ,... ; t ....mI ,
; ''MWlEAII. ;
\ "" ,1... # ';!'fV.W'fII'"n..z; :
Motel.Mrs. I "MR. JACK"
Harry Nabble ,and Alma, Lynch are FOR EDWARDS, PROP.
vacationing in New York City. Winifred Doles STYLES FOR ALL AGES
selected New York as her vacation' spot also. tk. Very UU In M..'. r J -.. PHONE IffrMtt MIl .... 1TN AYE.

Congratulations to Arthurand Mary King SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
who are the proud parents of a sweet little ITALIAN SHOES
baby girl. 944 WW 2nd Are. Miami, Florida

Gloria Mazon Henderson vacationing in intnl
tAPft'p** t
the Windy CityChicago.Northwestern .

1965 graduates may pick up
their yearbooks on Thursday and Friday at RJu
9 :30 a.m. At long last the printers have com- I
pleted their job.
Audrey McArthur and mother had as

house guest from Yonkers, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. I
Walter Brown. The Browns are social workersin What ever becameof
: 'r
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Holton and child- I the gin that was
ren, Richard Jr. and Andrea, have returned
from New York and a visit to the Fair. I

Visiting Della B. Carey and the Pittmansare I the talk of Londonin

Inell Carey, Hilda McCartney and Bertha I NM CM art sfirtdl
Carey from Nassau. The group spent some 1769 ?
time in New York while in the states. I !!LL!

The Freddie Murrays (Joyce) and son, I __
Kenneth of Richmond, Va are visiting rela-
It became the toast of the world. England -
tives and friends in Miami. I L'& America. The world! The name
Mrs. Leonora Johnson and daughter, $.i !.JIi. is Gordon's. Alexander
Georgiana, spent a few days relaxing in Free- : Gordon's brilliant brainchild 1w'11:'

port, Grand Bahama. IN YOUR OWN NEIGHBORHOOD EACH WEEK Silky-smooth, icy- '
Thomas is in Norfolk, Va.
Birdie Carey -
with sister Leola Robinson. I ITS EASY! irS FUN! dry. Unrivaled in 18th .
England. Un- _
Clarice Hughes and daughter, Janice, Hire's how century v
.... matched after 196
visited in our city as guests of the Alexander I its cher-
Allens. First you buy 11 copies of the Miami Times for years.ished Because formula is still GORDOH'S

Geneva James and children toured Cen- 99#. Sell them for 15 a piece. You make 66f Gordon's alone. Di- .
tral Florida visiting relatives and friends. I profit. With this profit plus your original 99< in* rectly descended from

Sarah Mobley decided to see the World's vestment, you buy 22 more Miami Times. Repeat the celebrated I original p t

Fair before it closes so took off for NYC. this process until you are selling 50 or more that set London .l06.... MfitT...

The Brady Coopers of Atlanta are visit- I papers. When you are selling 56 Miami Times, buzzing in 1769. And _M4Y\YwwM/_..__
ing with Juanita Thompson.The you will make $3.00 profit for yourself each week. still does.tlllCtlUS : 'g'
Lofton Coopers of Freeport, Bahamasare
some time here. He is assistant
manager of Grand Bahama Bus and Taxi Co., CALL, WRITE OR VISIT OUR OFFICE OJ

Ud. Mrs Myrtle Bullard and family along ", B7W" H.W. 15TH AVE. ? OX 1 1-6421

with Mrs. Alice Bullard and grandchildren are \ IiRuu1If.IR1I1. .IWOTMOTMlSMITSOISTIUlOHIOMCMm MNOOr CWDONSMUINCO.,ITO,UMKI. JDeacon .
back from NYC and the Fair.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 20, 1965 7



The Board of J Directors of .9
the Florida State Teachers y.Th .
M ;
Association Inc. has ,
I em- Ips I
ployed Mr. Alvin A. Benton Frl.ndileO_ .B.rfn, Yavm
of St. Petersburg to serve as
--. ,
LJ : :; P BY DAVE EONDU I Executive Secretary to fill the .. 110 ,
j .:
vacancy created by )Dr. Gil- ko flJCELEBRATE
bert L. Porter's accepting a f ) I :

My dear people: Stop for a moment and think how lucky position with the Dade County ,, : < )WITH US!: :' ',
we all are to be living In a city like Miami, and a county Board of Public' Instruction I" >,," ELIN ,Hi'< ;
.R'S ,,
like Dade. Of Miami '' -<:
course, you realize I'm talking about the unfortunate tray ::, '''1
incidents that are taking place In Los Angeles. Mr. Benton Is wellqualified 't, :'''BIRTOBATNRTY'INDAYUUGIJST
Many people are asking why this is happening because it for the position of Executive .' >
is not clear to a lot of folks exactly what happened to start Secretary, having received rS : 22 .
the whole thing. Some say it is Communist inspired. Some his early training In > piEveipltiht ,
t"1 To'l ;
say it was provoked by the John Birch Society and others the school system of Pinellas 1 r M :, t,,, ;;:t.i. ,t ,', ,
say The Black Muslims. .there are all kinds of interpretations County, St. Petersburg and : fU AND FOR LC i\''
of the situation, but I blame the City, County and high school training at Ed- gs
State Officials of that Area. ward Waters,the A.B. degree
Let .me explain what I mean by that. I do not believe from Florida A&M Univer- is Til at thlTNOTE'. ,
that the riots have Mrs. Frankie Dunn the 1 .- ft *& I 4 x i iWWCORY
M.A. from
anything to do with Color. The sity, degree New
known as"Watts"contained too many Negroes for the space area York University and he has sister of Sgt. Jessie Nash A., NLO! COLD QEERWOE,, ; :;
and housing. It is the same situation as in New York with done further study at N.Y.U. has completed the course SftKHCEi ,BARBQiwtlMr. i''
too many Puerto ,Ricans in one area in He has served of reading at Lindsey ,
; Philadlephla, too as Training tr '
ffh: ''ZJ: J \ t ,:'>
Hopkins school
and Is
Italians, but now
many as they say/"blrdsoCa feather will flock Officer, Veterans Adminis-
together". specially if there is no place else to go. Now, tration, Bethune Cookman teaching reading class.
what happens when you put too much rice In a pot of boilIng College. Testing Coordinator -
water? It boils over and it will eventually blow the lid! Stanton Adult School
Of course, once the lid was blown, there was the hoodlum and Dean, Walker Vocational -
who wanted some excitement and helped to blow the lid and Commercial College
and provoke rioting and looting. .and have his poor both of Jacksonville; D.C.T.
excuse to kill "Whitey". This is what he wanted to do, Coordinator and Assistant
anyway, so with a little pushing on his part, the ones who Principal, Gibbs Senior High James Club
were stirred already to making the slightest move went all School, St. Petersburg. .
the way. I figure if they want to fight so badly, let's have Professionally', he has -" ---, ,
them all drafted and sent to Viet Nam, where they are served as Vice-President and 0MNEX N.W. XTH STMET& 20 AVBWE' '

needed. President of Pinellas ('ount". PRESENTS
Thank God, we have peace and harmony here in South Progressive Teachers Association
Florida. Yet we still have problems with our own people Vice Iresldent and
who are not completely satisfied with poor living conditions. President of District 10, Flor-
( Hut Urban Renewal is doing something about that, andit ida State Teachers Associa-
is just a matter of time.) Jobs are another main factor, tion. He is affiliated with
and education is beginning to play more important partin many educational organizations -
"being ready". Here, when we are fared with a situation .
that looks like it is a potential"lid blower", we have capable
folks who get together and sit down and tighten-up that lid Attention
. .after they have removed some rice from that pot. Be
proud that you and I live in Dade County, where folk can Heroines!
still talk to each other across a table, instead of burning and (
looting and killing in the street. All Heroines of Tem-
plar Crusades are urgedto
attend funeral servicesof
Pretty Girl of the week: Margie Martin Sir Benjamin Gilberton
Pretty Boy of the week: Benny Lattimore Saturday, August 21 at
POLICEMAN OF THE WEEK: George Busby, Metro St. John Baptist Church. ,CO-STARRING
Safety Department. You are requested to meetat
D.J. OF TH E WEEK: Rick Shaw WQAM the church at 3:30: fully (,""'

regaled Order with of cape the and Grand cap. \ lA ROSE PHILLIPS ) ;

PHYLJLIS BRANCH.ja; name that you need not be asked to Princess .. CaptainB.. It I -
remember, once you have heard her sing, presented a showat Louise Rolle.North __-*"" ; .
My Cousin's Place last week-end, that made the'custom.. l M a', <{.. : t'>, "
ers stand up and give her an ovation. I have been in this Miami FRI.S T'SUN.lA.iY.20.21: 2
business for 27 years, and this is the first time I have em- SZORSOS ,
ceed a show, and ovation ', ..'
experienced a standing given a kG ? "
performer. Phyllis sang her heart out, and I saw men and S 1 C
Beach NewsMrs. a WA"ME' 'Wlldteos.. Steve = MC
women cry; I saw men and women laugh, then I listenedto
them saying that she is the greatest in.the world. ?"1 \Sheik .
barring none. Of course, the three fine musicians that helped Annie L. Holmeswas Re1 c0t1 bCONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT

her accomplish this were Hank Haynie on Bass; Reggie Installed Mother of t.&a' 'b "rttsdaMotnr, Nltt Thursday -LaditiB Mite
Moore on Piano, and Dave Akins on Drums. This combI- Oak Grove Baptist Church "
nation of Ph\llis Branch and the Dave Akins trio leave no Sunday, August 15. .H .tterbollAua Yon' Nest A MC.Ned. .
show anywhere that can follow It. Phyllis will be at My
Cousin's Place for 2 more days. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW The building fund com-
NIGHT ( Friday and Saturday) before takingoff mittee of Oak Grove Is
for Kansas City's Playboy Club. If you missed her last sponsoring a banquet on 25STEVE ALAIMO
weekend, you've just got to make it. "DO IT'. August 21 at 8 p.m. The RECORDING ARTIST
public Is Invited, 1401 NE
t 152nd Terr. Rev. W. Hen-

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: The Knight Beat is open derson pastor. Next Attraction -- JOHNNY NASH f yV:
again for your pleasure. Frank Duboise and his Chicken .
Felecia SINGING .
Scratchers are back to supply the music, and Bobby Mar- was SENSATION ,.
shall as M.C. Knight Beat owner, Dave Probinsky, tells chosen queen of Washington -
me that the feature of the Knight Beat will be dancing and Park for 1965-66.
more dancing. .1 was Invited to Eleanor's birthday part Charles Gibson was cho-
at the Blue Note Bar on 17th Avenue and 52 Street this sen king.
Sunday. The party is from 1 to 7 and all of her friendsare
welcome. .Clyde McPhatter will be the headliner at The girls and boys en-
the James Club this week-end, Co-starring Rose Phillips. Joyed working with the 1
Ricco, the doormanat, the James Club, should take a Job Corp of North Miami
rest. 1 saw him last week sporting a beautiful mink stole.I Beach. M. Dixon R. MIII I HELD OVER FRI A SAT AUGUST
hope he doesn't change, because he is such a nice boy. ler M. Rogers, E. Patterson -
For those of you who have been wondering about P. Washington, R.
Freddie Scott, h'e does have hair, and plenty of it, under Miller. .
that tam. .The Manager of the James Club, Preston, NEW SHILOH I
is still talking about his girls, The Twans, and doing well I
with them too..Elaine Marshall has returned from a Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor
vacation In WIsconsin. She drove up with her mom & Sis. C. M. Myles reporter
dad and children. She was missed by' all of her admirers Friday night, August 20
. .Maxle Newbold and his boys have joined the band- at 8 p.m. the No. 2 choir
stand at "My Cousin's Place". What more could you ask will be celebrating its 14th
for? Phyllis Branch, Dave Akins Trio, Maxie Newbold anniversary with various
Quartet. .well?. The Nat King Cole of the Bahamas, choirs of the city parti-
Carl Brice, in town for a week. He just returned ffom N.Y. cipating and on Sunday E
where he has done his first album on "Capitol". Carl'svoice August 22 at 3 p.m. the FAEU OUS ONE UNgE IE EAB t
thrills thousands of people who visit Peanuts Taylor's anniversary will conclude tNE 1
with Rev. S. A.
Drumbeat in Nassau. .Mayne and I will be dancingat
pastor of Mt. Sinai
the Roney Plaza under that Miami moon tpnite with
many of you when the Frontiers throw the big party on tist Church preaching the APPEARING EVERY NIGHT EXCEPT TUESDAY
sermon and
the Beach. And with that, I say, as usual, "LIVE LIFE, his in INOW s
congregation charge
Saturday, Aug. 21 the" TI..DAVE AKINS
Sunday School Committee TRIO
is asking all parentsto
have their children at
the church 2:30: p.m. for I Maxie Newbold
Uiurnht{ ftaarialptrh the hayride and picnic.
Remember to visit and I.. GOOD MUSICDANCE
pray for the sick and
HAS Preinternent. plots of 8 grove spaces or less shut-Ins. Mother Ethel CONTINUOUS.ENTERTAINMENJ

ALSO Immediate I single grave space Interment Smith is at home and I'
Deacon M. Summersett in !
Boxes and vaults permitted Jackson Memorial I MY COUSIN'S PLACE ,:'
We are not full and we are still doing business ---
Open six days a week to serve you LOUNGE AND NITECLUB

Gates open 7 days for your convenience TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO MOORE HANK I
3001 HI 46TH STREET HE 4-4197 CHURCH SUNDAY 1207 NW 36 ST a.d tad Ave wt

E, Johnton, Manage Horn. phon OX 9199 .


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8 MIAMI TIMES: Friday, August 20 1965.-, t_;,t";,....5.ti .

r A .", ; +'..,St 'aP,;T'y, .A, .
: t; i
t a o tTr 'iJlfo and 409 Compile, niab1kLRecord,
Tices: S.l! ::., < r J; c s ,

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By Dill Mc Bride

This week's Times Salute goes to the girls of Cadet
Troop 480 Senior Troop 409 to their leader and advisor -
Miss Elizabeth E. Jones and to Mrs. Magnolia M.
Fields co-advisor to troop 409
These troops have earned many high honors and are sg .
rated among the top troops in the Local Girl Scout Council. -

Girls from 409 and 480 have been to all local Girl s,'s,.
Scout Camps; Camp Winding Creek Sebring Florida;
and to the birthplace of Juliette Low, founder of the Girl
Scouts of America, Savannah Georgia. Miss Jones and 31 .
of her girls have recently returned from a knowledgeabletrip 1 i P S S,
which took them to the National Girl Scout Camp at jI
Potomac Maryland; Great Falls Maryland; Washington, I
D.C., and to the New York World's Fair. z c" 1 s
Troop 409 led all other troops in the local council In c Js
Girl Scout cookie sales in 1965; and according to Miss .. ;
Jones and Mrs. Fields, a never-to-be-forgotten thrill came
when during the huge 1965 Camporee at Tropical Park 1
troop 409 in competition with all senior troops in the i
local council won the coveted Gold Star for a superior )
rating in camping while troop 480 walked away with the fcanMnr --
Blue Ribbon highest award for cadets. Miss Elizabeth Jones r = t ?

Perhaps the greatest single honor was bestowed upon .... Outstanding Troop Leader ;, a .
troop 409 when, in 1965 it became one of only 18 troopsin ..... l:
the United States and the only troop in the State of Flor- '. a i'laza shows members of the
ida to win the Readers Digest grant for outstanding community A t\pical scene at Jollivette Senior Citizens.
service in recognition of exemplary service ren- ... .. \ troops bus' spreading cheer among the .i J.' "..'.
dered at the Jollivette Plaza Senior Citizens Center. The
grant was a public address system installed at the center.
These girls have virtually adopted the Jollivette Plaza
Senior Citizens and have made the entertainment of these
fine Americans their pet project spending many hours doing
nice things for them including taking food to shut-ins
presenting appropriate programs on holidays and serving
and acting as ushers at banquets.
409ers were selected bthe local council In-transit Hos-
jess Committee to serve as hostesses to Girl Guides visiting
Miami from Jamaica British Guiana, Trinidad and To-
Miss Jones a native of Huntington West Virginia and a
Library Clerk at Allapattah Junior High School first became
interested in Scouting in 1959 and after a year's train-
training served as Assistant Leader of a troop at St. PaulA
; 1.E. Church. While employed as Secretary of the Carver
Hranch Y.M.(.'.A. in 1960 she recognized the dire need fora '
troop in the Liberty Cit area and wasted no time in i rt
spearheading the organization of a troop. Hence the birth .f:..,' ;t.L.,1m .
of troop 409 and the subsequent' activation of troop 480. k'
-=_ w.L.
In addition to serving as Leader and Advisor Miss Jones -"' Registration will begin

serves as Council delegate from the Ixora Neighborhood. . Presentation of Colors Young and old play together at Jollivette Plaza August 20 thru August 30. I
Girl Scouting is a very important part of the life of Mrs. The faculty, members and
of the mother of 5 still
Fields, who inspite being children supervisors of Randolph's
finds time to serve as Co-Advisor to troop 480.
Among the schools represented In 409 and 480 are: St. Paul AME i supervised play, educational Kindergarten would like
to take this time out to
i Miami: Jackson, Miami; 'Northwestern Booker T. Washington ,games, special CENTERVILLA
thank the mothers for
classes for four and five
and Edison High Schools; Dorsey Allapattah and KindergartenOpening
Brownsville Junior High Schools and Holy Redeemer Parochial year olds, rest periods and KINDERGARTEN their fine cooperative ser-
School. special attention to the 5861 N.W. 17TH AVENUE vice they gave this past
needs of children from 2 school year. Special
y St. Paul Kindergarten to 5 years of age. CERTIFIED PERSONNEL thanks to the parents of
: our King and Queen, Mr
-- :: 1876 JNW.51st Terr., will Register your child HOT LUNCHES
: For'alf other'information and Mrs. T J. Harper of
now! -
\ OUR CLASSIFIED ADs l begin Its Monday third year morning of operation concerning the PICK-UP SERVICE 735 NW 67th St Parents

August 30 at 7:30: o'clock. the kindergarten please REGISTER NOW of our queen, Little Mel-
ody Harper, Mr and Mrs
call Mrs. McMillian, PL
I BRING RESULTS t The kindergarten offers l-U-ifi. 691-7796 OR 698-3802 Jimmy Foxworth of 2023:
NW 68th St., parents of
L-------J Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup. our king, Andre Fox-
Thanks for everything
Jackson's Toddle In TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO For further informationcall

St. James AME CHURCH SUNDAY G91-7988.

merican KindergartenRegistration REGISTRATION NOW GOING ON DAILY --

to Insurance 10:00: A.M. TO 6:00: O.M. P.M.


Church The Kindergarten St James AME 1845 The same Dependable Conscientious service... 14140 N.W. 23rd Court, Opa Locka

istration August 23 at 830am. :
to 2:30: pm. Regis- TRAINED TEACHERS BALANCED LUNCH August 15, 1965 10 AM 5 PM

OUR INSURANCE IS traton fee 100. School Health Certificate RequiredFor
begins August 30. Hot TRANSPORTATIONALL Good Core and Train-Catering! to Working Parents
lunch and transportation.Aug .
50 STATES 30 FOR $8.00 PER WEEK Phone MU 1-4060-Residence() MU 8-8140 SchoolMr

ImmediateProtection '3038 NW 48 Terr NE443081 and Mrs S Gibson

lam a girl; or -... or or

yflusold your child at the newest and most modern '

1736 N. W. 3rd Court i 'LYNJEFF KINDERGARTEN'

Tel: 759-3525 1 can read. I School will begin Monday, August 30th 6601 N. W. 24TH COURT


For Your CarA..rieaR 1 can count FREE TRANSPORTATIONHOURS PL 9-8779 Register FOR your ALL child INFORMATION NOW
I : FROM 7:30 AM 5 PM


AutoInsurance Judifh Robinson I NE 4-1910 NE 5-2307 .. --

Mrs Jacqueline_ Livingston Supc.v sf _

Do ,you have a five year Playland ********
is the that takes
company old at your house? Well, he
care to. answer your call or she can do lust as well asVie Kindergarten and NurseryWILL
ImmediatelyLet ST. James A.M.E. Church
writing above if enrolledat
St. Stephan's Day Care KindergartenANNOUNCES YOU MAY
Center, 1781 N. W. 73rd St.
us solve your Car Insurance Weekly fee $6.00.We PUPIL REGISTRATION DUE TO THE HIGH RATES OF INSURANCEON


then on it will be our prob delivery service for ages I FRIDAY, AUGUST 27TH UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE.
lem. Call us anytime for through 5. For further Information "

any 'insurance need. Our caU NA 1.2144 or PARISH HALL-1845 NW 65TH STREET FOR FURTHER INFORMATIONCALL

service is your guaranty. 7586067. Register now..... NE 4 8315 OR NE 5 8052

School opens August 30th. TRANSPORTATION HOT FOOD : 4800 N. W. 24TH COURTs
,. M It enrolling must have heoM eea'
: : : : :::lMrs "
lona PerryTHE Supervisor""" "'"' ,


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 20. 1965 9

** SOUTH DADE NEWSBy Consumer Economics Course at Junior CollegeConsumer

Mrt. Sutl. William
Economics, a help buyers get .true value course is $5.1eglstratlons.
Mrs. Beatrice McCoy aimed Mr. for dollar they spend, : are now being
course at giving every
hOCI AL NOTESWEEKLY: : has returned from her and Mrs. .John Q. ('ltlzenthe and to gain understandingof taken at the Admissions
17-day .
in King- additional
ston, Jamaica. know-how to cope with the factors which should be Office at the college, and
complexities of everyday fi considered In making purchasing information is avail-
decisions, evaluat ableMhrough the Community
Ethel Wilson 17 nance is being introducedthis
Mr. Bond Beauticianof days In Jamaica spent with her fall at Miami-Dade Junior ing advertising, taking out Services office.
sisters. College. loans, and budgeting family
Being offered through the finances.
Deacon of college's Authorities in such fields CentervillaMoves
the Week and Mrs. John- joint auspices
ny C Bruton are verynappy Division 1 of CommunityServices as consumer credit, loans,
and proud of their and the tlaml-l Dade personal finance, real estate
-- ,}-.so:;, two retail advertising will be
f. ;l"< weeks bundle of joy. Chamber of Commerce, the and
"" "ir! "';' the baby is a fine daugh- non-credit course will be brought in as guest lecturers Mrs. R. E. Copeland announces -
< ., \', .: ter. taught by Thomas M. Red during the 16-week course. the removal of
'i mond, executive director of Classes will meet once a Centervilla Kindergartenfrom
sPrE'3 n y ', Don't forget the Youth the C of ("s Business and Industrial week, on Thursdays, 7 to 10 5932 NW 17th Ave.
? j''t' I IN Day Sunday August 22 at Development Department. p.m., on the North campus to 5861 NW 17th Ave
Mt. Moriah B apt 1st 11380 N.W. 27th Ave., beginning the street.)
Church. Everyone is In- Sept. 2. Fee for the
I Purpose of the course is to
vited. Come out and hear
our youth.
., At Freight Snips


MillionsSaved .. HURRY! .



IIN NN M1 r"' .'

na Miami Fla.Everyone JOSEPH E. LEVINE

needs furniture who t

should come to J"C4RROL
) Airman Robert Tolllver Grand Central '

N .. is a graduate of Mays Freight's Furni
t e 11 y ; school in the classof ture Sales at 1636 BAKER"HARLOW
JJjinm.m: H ._<..;d :, High 1965. He has completed N.W 7th Ave. 'i

that the famous hair his basic training at They will save ,
to announce .
\\'e are pleased Mrs. VYilhelmlna Starkey, is Lackland AFB, Texas and millions of dollars $
and Wig
Mvlist MR MONO.( Her has earned his first stripe.He on National- Nat Bwwman
associated with WIGS by known bed- ..
now Grand Ave., : is now stationed in ly appraiser
Authorized Agency is located at 3B05 : Sioux City. Iowa. rooms, living rooms, dining
Coconut drove. You can be sure that thehair stylesou : Before leaving he was rooms. What's more it is the nmmTECHWICGLOfl e
\ see on some of the best dressed women in Miami : employed in Dadeland newest 1965 styles in French, PANAV1SION AMMMOUfltttCTURC i it
Mrs. Starke>'. Wilhelmlna, a Italian and Early American "
were originated by Shopping Center at Kresge t ALSO IN COLOR
graduate of the Sunlight lieaut> School, holds a : 5 and 10 cent store. Well styles.Even if you plan to furnish
Masters': Certificate from the National Institute of liked by everyone, he one room or a mansion, they f "HACK SPUR"RORY .
osmetology. She teaches at the International Beau lived at 10140 SW 176thSt. have; the furniture for you. CALHOUN TERRY MOORE '
School. She recommends and sells,of course,only ., Perrine. He was an Grund Central Freight is open ;>
ty WKJS by MR HONI t) In her fine Salon. active member of Holy today from 8;30 to 6.30. Deliveryand ; &, LINDA DARNELL
Avalon Photo Rosary Catholic Church. credit can be arranged.,

:Mrs.All you Starkey fashion at the conscious Hampton ladies House will next be meeting Friday FROM NOW ON FRESH MILK IS NOT THE BEST MILK FOR COOKING.

evening, August 27th, at 8:30 |p.M. There is goingto
the music of Charles Austin. A Ll'CKYWINNKK
dancing to
will receive free a WIC. by Mil. HONI J NEW IMPROVED VELVETIZED CARNATION IS. why? Because Carnation EvaporatedMilk
Other prizes'wlll include a one years' subscription
dinner for two velvetized ? It's that little something extra that changes every
to the MIAMI: : TIMKS; a champagne has been improved. velvetized.What's mean
at the Hampton House; a facial and whirlpool better than
meals makes everything
Center. YO l'tl'ST velvetized Carnation performs miracles with everyday ,
the Sue Harris Health and I educing{ thing. New improved
\ UK PUKSKXT TOllKAWINN'KU, Blanche Makes creamier, sauces smoother, and is
Calloway will be \ our hostess. If am questionsyoucan fresh milk ever could. Makes meat loaf juicier, never crumbly. soups

always call the MR: HONI J) Salon, 1532 NW twice as nutritious as fresh milk. New improved velvetized Carnation is the modern, economical, better cooking

34th St., Miami: or I.WW6th: : Avc.,In Ft. Laud- meat loaf can be when it's made with new
much better
erdale. .SKK YOl' :NKXT: FHfI DAY EVENING: I milk. Try the recipe for Meat Loaf Continental and see how

. . improved velvetized Carnation.


(.():\K HACK ON: i'RIDAAt'GS'l' 27lh. WILL SEE
YOl( AT THK HAIPTOHOl'SE: : : AT 8:30 P.M.:
VI U' HAVK TO 1)0 'I'O'IN: "WIC. HY \llt:
THE HAMPTON HOUSK; Fit(DAY, Al'dfST127th. : : w
AT 8:30: .1'.M. SEE V()L'!!!

:NOM OPPOKTl'NITY) : : I'RXRA.\t.1'fAININ; : (i
1 OI'POlrlT\ITY: : CKNTKU:: ; 470 N.W. Ith St. '

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Celebrates 2SthAnniversary Arthur's Chapter No. 141, '
OES, Sunday, August 22, )
3 pm. at 1742 NW 3rd 1ttiM1Uj3g11si j

Sir Hilton Brown, Ave.The family and
(;rand Eminent Commander Masonic
friends are cor- ,
of the magnanimous! his many
Order of Knights Templarfor dially Invited. Come
the State of Florida, let us give flowers to will the --.4:1
Refreshments :;
is celebrating his 25th living.
year as Worshipful Mas- he served. Thank you. _
the Blue
ter of Rt. Arthur's Lodge Committee
I N" m o'AAM and St. Lodge and Chapter. 2!I I

#" '#I" '##1111 "
( 1 1We
THANK YOU MEAT LOAF CONTINENTAL Combine Ingredients. Mix lightly, '

wish to sincerely thank each of you V/2 pounds ground beef Place in 8W x 3V* x 2Vi inch loaf r r

y2 cup fine cracker meal pan.Bake in moderate oven 375F.( )
whose continuous priase of my divinely inspired 1 egg about 50 minutes. Let stand on For more

"HEAT TREAT" for helping it to be- 1/2 cup chopped onion a wire rack about 10 minutes before excitingrecipes
1 teaspoon garlic salt removing to serving platter. '
come a part of a select chain.
/ teaspoon salt send 25* to:
As of August 15, 1965,1 I will only handle 1 tablespoon prepared mustard CARNATION COOKBOOK,

500 to 1,000 "HEAT TREATS" per year. 2/s cup (small can) undiluted MILK Oept.NS-35,
and CARNATION EVAPORATED LQsAnteles,Calif.90019
Again, thanks, to you for your patience

I am with Humility.

Gratefully yours,

O'Connor T. Clark, Creative Engineer

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10 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, UQust'20, '1965


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c tnillloiis'. ,.""I"leav*,, item, .,iherelRev. 1" : ; : '

.., ..... ,., ',. .. .,

I Kemery 1

e i' -1
Visits ChurchesRev. r fA

Mike Kemery will '(
be guest speaker at the

St. Luke Baptist Church .
, I
1790 NW 53rd Street, aw' #

Rev. P. W. Williams, _
Ebenezer Methodist pastor at 11 a.m. Sun- I2 Monthly Meetingof

day and at Salter's Chanel
Rev A. D. Hall, ministerE. AME 27th Ave. off 46th U.hera'Federation

Ingraham. reporterWe St., Rev. H. J. Benson .
are working towardour pastor at the 7:30: evening v NWrMA,etx1 soN
W" '
annual Men's Day service. M CNRSt RIVIVAL
drive which will tenni- Rev. Kemery Is here In a'w a, pq' =S k= The monthly Union of

mate August 29. Mr. Lee the states to raise funds 734W a Caoy the Ushers' Federation
Ross chairman. Thereare for the establishment of will be held Sunday. Aug-
working In his ust 22 at 3 p.m. It will
88 captains an orphanage native -
toward a goal to make country of Tunisia.In be: held at Peaceful Zion
M. B. Church .2400 NW
three months
this effort a success. the last
t One of our financial efforts he has been speaking In 68th St. The Ushers' Mass
sponsored by Senior quite a number of meeting will be held

Usher Board No. 1 Is a churches In the Miami Thursday night, August
straw ride to Richmond area. Rev. Kemery has 19 at 8 p.m.
Heights Park namely, a found the American A very unique and elab-

} "Night In Nassau." This Christians to be very understanding $ orate program has been
affair wlll have lots of and helpful. planned for your enjoyment -

laughter and plenty of Visiting the churches .
where Rev. will Please come! You are
food to eat on Monday
j Pictured above are approximately Twenty teacher and assistants also shown. most cordially invited.
night, August 23. Buses be speaking you will be
will leave from the hearing more of this land 170 of the 202 gave their time dur- Services are being held at Deacon Edwin Ramsey,

church at 7:30.: Donation of Mohammedlsm where boys and girls that were en- ing the two weeks, 8:45- the tent every night, Sunday president; Willie J. Beard

75 cents. scarcely no missionary is rolled in the vacation Bible 12:00 noon instructing the through Friday nights. reporter; Rev. C. P. Preston -

Since our church Is allowed to build a churchfor School August 2-13 conduct boys and girls. Mrs. ITiylis Large crowds are attending. pastor.

, being air-conditioned these native Arabians. Moreof ed at the Big "Your Bible Meador, (2nd. from right 'Ilie sermons are beautifully REPORT FROM UNION

financial efforts are of how Arabians live to- Speaks" Tabernacle at 54th front row)directed the school. illustrated with color pictures The monthly union of

necessity, therefore our day. Street and 18thAvenueN.Approximately .\\'. R. L. Woodfork (right) flashed on the screen. the Ushers' Federationmet

members and friends are 175 boys and Joseph Henson (third The subject Sunday night, on last fourth Sun-

urged to participate. BETHLEHEM and girls received certificates from right) the two ministers August 22 is "Three Ways day at New Behtany M

Sunday night, the Rev. 1475 NW 58th Terr. last Sunday night for com- conducting the Revival at You Can Postpone Your Own B. Church, Rev. K L.

J. J. Williams and congre- Rev. Oscar West, pastor pleting the two week sessionof the tent nightly were in Funeral. The public is In- Carter pastor.
gation of the Metropolitan Bible stories, Bible songs, charge. Other teachers are vited. The program was
s AME Church will The spirit was high all
uniquely planned by the
Bible games,Arts and Crafts.SALTER'S
worship with us in an after day Sunday. Our pastor ushers of New Bethany.

service for the bene- delivered both sermons. This Is our smallest board

fit of Men's Day. On the We were honored with Friendship Methodist MT. ZION AME (two members) and they
following Tuesday night, the Brownsville United CHAPEL are doing a superb job.

August 24 the Rev. L. A. Choir Union of which .Flossie, Marshall, reporterRev. Rev. J. E. Jenkins pastor Rev. Milton Glenn Fayson pastor The Ushers' Associationis

Thompson and congregation choir No. 1 is a member. H. J. Benson, pastor Ruby Lee Carr reporterThe Evelena reporterWe very proud of them.
I of Temple Baptist Our guest group was Sunday in the Sunday president Albert were happy to have Rev. J. C. Nelson, pastorof
Church will render ser- the Seaboard Jubllaires. Lewis of choir No. 1 our pastor and the dele Pilgrim Rest M. B.
School. Rev. A. Gallon
vice for the benefit of During the union choir of St. Steverson wishes to thank the choirs gates back from the Tri- Church delivered the

, Men's Day. No. 1 received the Cape pastor AME Church. New Liberty and Bro. A. M. Griffin and Institute Sunday School message.
Love Feast will be administered from Mt. Zion AME of congregation of Shiloh convention in Jacksonville The Union Is held
City. We had every
at the 11 a.m. Opa-locka for the amountof many .
Baptist Church for helpIng fourth Sunday afternoonIn
service Sunday morning.The $232.00 visstors. We to worship withus. to make their anni- Choir No. 1's anniver- each month at each
were so glad to
Sunday School will Our youth were In com- have them also the versary a success. sary program begins on church where there Is a
have Its promotional exer- mand .at prayer meetingon On Sunday,. August Wednesday night, August member.We .
ing Mrs. Julia Gallon
cise Sunday during the Wednesday might was 22 from 4 to 6 p.m. the 18. Rev. Wright and his are asking sister

regular Sunday School Make it a must to attendprayer .present.The vacationers women of Friendship are congregation from St. churches to come 'out and t
each Wed- are Paul AME Church in Coconut
period. Mothers and meeting sponsorng a Calendar Tea sit In on the mass or
other members of the nesday. The church is in Mrs. Claudia Dixon, Mrs. with Sis. Maggie Perkinsof Grove will be in Union meeting and see

family are urged to be sincere sympathy with Glenn Finch Mrs., Mrs.Ada Cornelia New Bethel, Opalockaas charge of the services. how they are carried out. c

present.Let Sis. Pethona Johnson on Alexan- guest speaker. This tea Thursday night, Aug. We have a goal of eleven
us not forget to the loss of her brother. der, Miss Paulett Alexan- will be held on 58th St. 19 a musical program will churches; at present we a
visit the sick and shut- You are cordially Invit- der who are back home and 7th Court, the future be presented. Friday have nine.

( ins. ed to the 7th anniversaryof Still away, Mr. and Mrs. site of the church. night the third quarterly The Union is of great

Usher Board No. 1 at Jessie Williams Theproceeds will be conference will be held. value to the churches In-
TEMPLE BAPTISTThe 3 p.m. Sunday. Rev. J. W. Revival time! The weekof going toward our Woman's Elder J. A. Roberts will volved. All the finance

Stephenson and his con- August 23 thru the Day. Sis. Rosa Lee Sharpethe be here to bring the morn- that is raised remains at e
No. 1 choir, Mrs. A. 27th. Come and hear the
gregation will render ser- chairman of Woman's ing message next Sunday. the church where t' h e
Clark, president, Deacon dynamic minister of the Sunday at 3 another R
vice.The Day and members invite p.m. Union is held. There is a
R. Hepburn, director and Rev. Houston of
following churches jet age you to Me with them. musical program will be banner which goes to the
Mrs. V. Strachan. organ- will grace our altar dur- Mt. Zion AME. Daytona Friday, August 20 at 8 presented to close out. church that raises the 1
ist, will celebrate Its 35th ing August: Rev. Slater of Beach. The delegates pm. No. 3 Usher Board Saturday night there highest amount of money

anniversary Sunday at Day Spring 24; Rev. L. along with the pastor with Bro. J. C. Wright as will be a barbecue beach At the present time, New
3:30: p.m. An interesting Ross Richmond Heights found much success and president Invite you to go party given by the Wo- Shiloh has the banner.
program has been pre- 26; and Rev. P. W. Wil- Inspiration in the State- on a trip around the men of Mt. Zion to bene- c!
- pared for the occasion and liams, 30.During. Tri convention at Jacksonville world. Stops will be at fit Women's Day. Tcketsare

several choirs will parti- Sunday morning as they bid the I r Moonlight Junction and $1. It begins at 6 p.m. McGHANEY Va Vu

cipate. worship we had the privi- friends goodbye until Martin Village Refresh- The public is invited to SPEAKSAnd
The women will organ- lege of having 25 vsitors. next year. Their stay ments at both stops attend all of these actvl-
ize this Sunday for their You are always wel- was most enjoyable. Transportation free. Tic- tles. I, if I be lifted up : ,
annual drive. Officers will come to "the going the Calen- from the earth, will draw
Don't kets
s be cleared selected for and the the ground church for the comingChrist" dar Tea forget at the home of On$1.00.August 24 at 8 p.m. Youth Day at all men unto me. John 12: o't t
32. o'e
Mr. and Mrs. Rankins the Spiritual Consolers
Let us remember all the
It Is wonderful to feel
sick Sunday afternoon 4 to 6 along with Rev. Abraham
especaially those DAY SPRING and believe that the all
who p.m. for choir No. 1 alsoushers Swanson will be sponsored !
, are In hospitals. Church is our only assurance of
5th general auxiliaries.
anniversary by
2991 NW 62nd Street
Sunday at 3 p.m. Let'spray We are praying for our everlasting life. We think
Rev. Wm. Slater, pastorSis. Having just completeda
MT. CALVARY M. B. Naomi Arnica. for the shut in and sick. You are always wel- very successful Vaca- that it is hard to live
truthful lives but all
sick. at services.
come our
reporterWe tion Bible School from
The Willing Workers need to do is take time
will celebrate their anni- are most thankfulto August 9 through the every morning to pray for
God for His blessings NEW MACEDONIA Pall Bearers 16th the New Philadel- t
versary at 3 o'clock Sun guidance for the day andIf
4 day, August 22. Rev. J. A. during the revival meet- 3165 NW 50lh Street phia Missionary Baptist we find ourselves stray-

Murray will deliver the Ing. Rev. Roscoe Jackson. ConventionIn Church, 420 NW 40th St. Ing away from HJs guid- ,
Baptism service will be will now present a Youth /
anniversary sermon. Planto ance, just stop for a mo-
attend for extensive held Sunday morning. All pastor the Friday August Day program August 22. ment and meditate. And I
candidates are urged to be Willie J. Beard reporter 6 edition of the Miami Special guest and
plans are being made to Men's at am sure that you will find 1I
Is Day
give present at 10 a.m. and Sunday Times the article "High speaker for the 11 a.m.
you a spiritual pro- the true way to a better
gram. to bring a change of gar- New Macedonia. W. lights of Pall Bearers service will be the Rev.J. life everlasting. So untila ,
chairman. Deacon W. Wright, also
ments. Convention, mentionedthat
Let us remember an associate -
i to the later date If God's will
Bernard Williams,
The YWA and the entire minister of r
visit the sick and shut-ins. Young body w.as thank you and God bless
Deacon Henry
They need our Matrons will celebrate chairman entertained by the East- Friendship Missionary
and our visits. A car prayers d their anniversary Sunday Jefferson and the men of ern Star and the Heroinesof Baptist Church. The Rev. you "
01 remembrance Is afternoon at 3:30: Rev. W. the church have gone Jericho. This was in Wright; has played for the
thoughtful and would M. Slater, pastor of Day out to "shew yourselves error. The article should Junior Choir of our ,
U also be appreciated. Spring M. B. Church will men" (Isaiah 46:8-: ) the have read: Heroines of church and he Is still doing HOPE M. B.
deliver the message. You The speaker for Templar Crusade, Prin- so. Many of our young
are Invited. morning will be Rev. W. cess Betty Mae Hall, people are glad to h a v e We had wonderful ser-
ST. MATTHEWS Continue In prayer for M. Davis, pastor First grand marshall and Sister him play for them and In vices all day. We had a
'' the sick and shut-in. Baptist Church Browns- Frances Morris deputy term take great pride In white minister from Africa -
Services were spiritually ville; St. Paul AME Male grand Most Ancient Ma- having him speak to themat to deliver the message

high all day Sunday. Our NEW BETHELThe Chorus and the male ush- tron of the Heroines of the service which Is to Sunday night.
pastor delivered the morn- ers from First Baptist Jericho entertained the be shared with several of Usher Board No. 1 will
ing sermon. Rev. A. Ran- pastor Is taking a Church, Opa-locka will be entire delegation. In atten- the Junior Choirs of our celebrate its 7th annual
dall, the evening sermon. a well earned vacation. in charge. On Sunday afternoon dance at the convention anniversary Sunday even-

The No. 1 Usher Board During his absence, the at 3 p.m. the men was the Grand Princess city.On Saturday, the youthof ing at 3 p.m. with Rev
wishes to thank each church is left under the of Macedonia will be In Captain B. Louise Rolle, our church will Woodly and congregationin

church for their very watchful eyes of his associated charge Sunday night. Rev. who was presented dur- sor a Car Wash. All spon- charge from the St.
persons -
j fine cooperation In helpIng ministers. Rev. W. E. Sims pastor of ing the entertainment. interested !in getting Matthews Freewill Bap-

to make their anniversary Bain and Rev. Taylor.On New Hope M. B. Church The State Deputy of the their cars washed at one tist Church.
j a success. The No. last Sunday morningRev. the male chorus of Jordan Grand United Order of dollar per car can come The pastor is asking all
1 choir will celebrate Its Taylor took h I i Grove and the male Pall Bearers Bro. FrankL. by the church from 10 members to attend their
anniversary the second text from the First Bookof ushers of New Macedonia Samson thanked the a.m. until 5 Funds weekly meetings. i if ii
Sunday In September Kings 18.24.: will be in charge. This ladles for their kindness. raised from this project ElIza th Jackson

' Don't forget to visit our Visit the sick and the promises to be the great- The convention was will go .toward the finan- reporter
sick and shutlns. shut-ins. est day yet! held in Ft. Pierce. cial effort of Youth Day. Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor

THE. MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 20, 1965 11

!'4 IN and Around the lahamas render The Sunset an after-service Travelers mu-will

; ",, "' .. Carver f sical program August 23,
BW .n..u The recent summer school man searching his clothes, f 8 p.m., at New Macedonia
-.li ..,."'..._... ...:.. ,." \, for teachers held at Govern- and how he and his wife Ranches'Newsf! Baptist Church. Rev. B. L.
ment High, was attended by held on to the man, the jury Mack, pastor; Elease Tay-
Jit Is written, man shall several hundred teachers. retired for three minutes and I lor,corresponding secretary.
[live by bread alone, but Prominent lecturers from the returned with a guilty verdict .
?very word that proce- University of the West Indies Edwards was given five The Star of Bethlehem
out of the mouth ol included Dr. George Bishop years. L--sy Walt."Bow.- Baptist Church' of West Hol-
Matt. 4:4.: who spoke on Mathematicsand The Carver Ranches Fire lywood, the Rev. I. ,W. Hep
his spiritual manna was Science; Mr. Cecil Gray, Department wishes to thank burn, pastor, will be officially -
all who were hun Charles M. Sands, 78, of
yed by on Secondary school Eng- everyone who helped to organized Sunday Aug.
and thirsty for righteousin lish; Mr. John McPherson, Lewis Street, died at Princess make its benefit dance a suc 22 at 3 p.m., under the auspices -
the revival at A.M. on secondary school Geor- Margaret Hospital on July cess. Thanks also to Mrs. of the Atlantic Coast
en's Temple. This! was graphy. Dr. Hugh Springer, 23, Mr. Sands was born on Mildred James for the help Baptist Association. The Rev.
directed by Nassau, but traveled to Cen-
revival director of the Institute of she gave. Walter Blatch, Joseph Smith, pastor of St.tark's .
Education of the Universitywas tral and South America at president; C. B. Blount, fire and missionary of
the of 17. He later settled
also present and he addressed age chief.I the association, will deliver
in Miami where he dida .
the teachers. the message. The public is
thriving restaurant busi- Mrs. Rosa Lee Gillard has Invited.
ness on Second Avenue. West Hol-
John Griffin, 19,Grand "Sweet Papa Charlie" as returned home to
Bahama, whose charge of called lywood after spending sev- thru 20 will -
was affectionately ,
murder was reduced in the finally returned to Nassau eral weeks in New York City mark the anniversary of

Supreme to manslaughter, and opened the first native and Jacksonville.. Tabernacle Baptist ChurchIn
July 19, was acquitted 10-2 restaurant Street. His West Hollywood. Rev.
on Bay
,after 15 minutes deliberationby and his The Veterans of Foreign Melton will handle ser-
the Jury. Griffin was cheerful disposition Wars, Post 8195, will hold vices on Monday night, relinquishing -
service for him the
-Jonah 1:1.3: of its regular meeting Sept. 5 at
charged with the killing whichhe the pulpit to
and Be Saved Albertha JohnsonatFlnder'PPoint popularity success 4816 SW 17th St, West Holl visiting ministers the remainder -
18 2:4 Grand Bahama, on enjoyed His wife, the late Mrs. l 1\wood, at 5 p.m. Membersare of the week
the crowd
eagerly April 16. Sarah Sands, died two years urged to be present. The doors of the church
message God M *
of service left ago. He Is survived by three will be open every nightat
souls and minds It cost Grantley Gibson sons, three daughters, seven Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McDonald this time and everyoneis
exactly :$210 in the Magis grand children and three and son left on vacation welcome to come and
and spiritually elevated trate's Court at West End, great-grand-children. last weekend. Your worship with us and to
The congre Grand Bahama, on July 17, S.S. newboy will be out of town help us to celebrate our
for carrying a pistol withouta for a week. church's anniversary.
enlarged the
by Alfred Levi Ferguson who *
new member and license. The Barbadiancrew Rev. Elbert Melton, pas-
member of the M.V. was suspected of receiving You are invited to attend
Coral Venture was arrestedat $5,600 worth of jewelry from the revival services at the
ou to worship
>be Eight Mile Rock forbeing William Armbrister, was New Macedonia Baptist tor.SUPPORT
a fuller inspired and rich to in possession of a loaded.25 found not guilty 8-4 by a Church, 2201 S\\48thAvc.,
automatic pistol. Supreme Court jury July 21. West Hollywood. Come and
Ferguson reportedly received have your soul revi\' ed. YOUR
TEMPLE a package on June 23
Preaching will start Monday
Albert J. Miller Assistant
3rd Avenue from a man he knew onlyas
Commissioner of the Uni- night Aug. 23, with the Rev.
Cohen, Pastor "Will." He said he put YMCA
Roscoe Jackson in charge.
form Branch of the Bahamas
Austin, Reporter the package on his shelf, and
HeB. ,
Police Force, returned re-
later into a drawer where he
cently from the United King kept his money. Thepackage
L SPRING dom where hetook the senior had a ladies' ring and a
was truly staff course in personnel wrist watch that he thought
fed during our management, administration worth about $16.80 or $19. VET TV
J. E. Phil- and leadership at the He did not know the goods
of New Hope Police College in Bramshill were stolen and was simply SERVICE CALL $1.00
of For t Hampshire. holding them until the owner
was the min- returned.
d i charge. He Is Wendell Edwards just 846 NW 2 Ave 379-7735
man of God. could not convince a Supreme 'r t
Contract has been signedfor
Is still ,
listening to that he CourtJuryonJuly23 did not break into the the storage construction plant on of Potters a produce ;;.. RENTAL, SALES, SERVICE

id sermons. home of Malachi Dean at Cay to cost :S252.240. Aran- RADIO PHONO T.V.
services were < .
with the
August 15. We 4 a.m. on June 13 ha Construction CompanyLtd. \tnffH/O' ..:,.." id ....-.; t""" I..,t.o.{ 'w "'.
> with seven intention of stealing. After will do the work. The > > I"Op'E'. tf" 9t9.I -, .
Five for bap- Dean told the court how he project will provide increased t-!': q > "
by Chrstian was awakened and found a' marketing facilities and
stimulate agricultural expan-
barb sion in the Bahamas.
'd pies are on INCARNATIONThe

church. You Rev. Elisha Clarke, :
by or call at vicar of the Church of REDUCELose WOOLWQRTrTSimulate
: 696-4196 or the Transfiguration. Opa-
up to 6 tWEEKLY
along.'l choir Is locka and a former priest
at the Incarnation, was
a tea on the,
the Celebrant at 7:30: a.m.last -
Yours Tru- Sunday.The 1545 S. W. lit Street
the speaker for 9 a.m. service wascopducted PR 3-2748 / >r 4 S'litnitslah4leather
by the Rev. H.

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Visits Churches

Rev. Mike Kemery will
be guest speaker at the

St. Luke Baptist Church,
( 1790 NW 53rd Street, -

--- Rev. P. W. Williams,

Ebenezer Methodist pastor at 11 a.m. Sun- Monthly Meetingof

day and at Salter's Chanel
Rev. A. D. Hall, ministerE. AME 27th Ave. off 46th .x U.hers'Federation

Ingraham. reporterWe St., Rev. H. J. Benson, ,, mo b'
are working towardour pastor at the 7:30: evening M ,, 4 OBt4Nt1 INS6N
annual Men's Day service. '"" w k CHRIST,RIYIVAL
drive which will terml- Rev. Kemery is here In The monthly Union of

mate August 29. Mr. Lee the states to raise funds the Ushers' Federation
Ross chairman. Thereare for the establishment of will be held Sunday. Aug-

88 captains working an orphanage In his native ust 22 at 3 p.m. It will

toward a goal to make country of Tunisia.In tie held at Peaceful ZionM.

this effort a success. the last three monthshe B. Church. .2400 NW
One of our financial efforts has been speaking In 68th St. The Ushprs' Mass

sponsored by Senior quite a number of meeting will be held

Usher Board No. 1 Is a churches in the Miami Thursday night, August
straw ride to Richmond area. Rev. Kemery has 19 at 8 p.m.

Heights Park, namely, a found the American A very unique and elab-
"Night In Nassau." This Christians to be very understanding orate program has been

affair will have lots of and helpful. planned for your enjoy-
laughter and plenty of Visiting the churches .. ment.
food to eat on Monday where Rev. Kemery will Please come! You are
night August 23. Buses be speaking you will be Pictured above are ap- Twenty teacher and assistants also shown. most cordially Invited.

will leave from the hearing more of this land proximately 170 of the 202 gave their time during Services are being held at Deacon Edwin Ramsey

church at 7:30.: Donation of Mohammedism where boys and girls that were enrolled the two weeks, 8:45- the tent every night, Sunday president; Willie J. Beard

75 cents. scarcely no missionary is in the vacation Bible 12:00: noon instructing the through Friday nights. reporter; Rev. C. P. Pres-

Since our church is allowed to build a churchfor School August 2-13 conduct boys and girls. Mrs. Phylis Large crowds are attending. ton, pastor.

being air-conditioned these native Arabians. Moreof ed at the Big "Your Bible Meador, (2nd. from right The sermons are beautifully REPORT FROM UNION

financial efforts are of how Arabians live to- Speaks" Tabernacle at 54th front row)directed the school.R. Illustrated with color pictures The monthly union of

necessity, therefore our day. Street and 18th AvenueN.W.Approximately Woodfork, (right) flashed on the screen. the Ushers' Federationmet

members and friends are 175 boys and Joseph Henson (third The subject Sunday night, on last fourth Sun-

urged to participate. BETHLEHEM and girls received certificateslast from right) the two ministers August 22 Is "Three Ways day at New Behtany M.
the Rev.
Sunday 1475 NW 58th Terr. Sunday night for com conducting the Revival at You Can Postpone'our Own B. Church, Rev. F. L.
J. J. Williams and
gation of the Metropolitan congre- Rev. Oscar West, pastor pleting the two week session the tent nightly were in Funeral." The public is in- Carter, pastor.

AME Church will The spirit was high all qf Bible stories, Bible songs, charge. Other teachers are vited. The program was

worship with us In an after day Sunday. Our pastor Bible games,Arts and Crafts. uniquely planned by the

service for the bene- delivered both sermons. ushers of New Bethany.

fit of Men's Day. On the We were honored with MT. ZION AME This Is our smallest board
y following Tuesday night, the Brownsville United SALTER'S CHAPEL Friendship MethodUt (two members) and they

August 24 the Rev. L. A. Choir Union of which Rev. Milton: Fayson pastor are doing' a superb job.
.Flossie Marshall, reporter Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor The Ushers'
Thompson and congregation choir No. 1 Is a member. Evelena] Glenn, reporterWe
Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor Ruby Lee Carr, reporterThe is very proud of them.
f of Temple Baptist Our guest group was president Albert were happy to have
Rev. J.
In the
Sunday C. Nelson
Church will render ser- the Seaboard Jubllalres. Sunday Lewis of choir No. 1 our pastor and the delegates pastorof
School. Rev.
A. Pilgrim
vice for the benefit of During the union choir Gallon wishes to thank the choirs back from the Tri- Rest M. B.
Men's No. 1 received the Cape pastor of St. Steverson Institute Sunday School Church delivered t h e
Feast and Bro. A. M. Griffin and
Church. New Liberty
Love will be administered from Mt. Zion AME of congregation of Shlloh convention In Jacksonville message.
City. We had The Union Is held
at the 11 a.m. Opa-locka for the amountof many every
Church for help-
Baptist fourth
visstors to worship withus. Sunday afternoon
service Sunday morning.The $232.00 Choir No. 1's anniver-
make their anni-
Ing In
We were so glad to each month at each
Sunday School will Our youth were In com-
begins on
.have them also the charming versary a success. sary program church where there is
have Its a
promotional mand .at .
prayer meetingon Mrs. Julia Gallon On Sunday, August Wednesday night, August member.We .
cise Sunday during the Wednesday might. was 22 from 4 to 6 p.m. the 18. Rev. Wright and his are
regular Sunday School Make it a must to attend -present. women of Friendship are congregation from St. churches to asking' sister ,.
period. Mothers and prayer meeting each Wed- The vacationers are come 'out and
sponsorng a Calendar Tea Paul Church in Coconut sit in
other members of the nesday. The church is in Mrs. Claudia Dixon Mrs. with Sis. Maggie Perkinsof Grove will be in Union on the mass or

family are urged to be sincere sympathy with Finch, Mrs. Cornelia New Bethel. Opa-locka charge of the services. how meeting and see
Glenn, Mrs. Ada Alexan- they are carried out,
present.Let Sis. Pethona Johnson on
as guest speaker. This tea Thursday night, Aug. We
der Miss Paulett Alexan- a goal of eleven
the loss
of her
us not forget to brother.
will be held on 58th St. 19 a musical program will churches
visit the sick and shut- You are cordially invit- der who are back home be ; at present we
and 7th Court, the future presented. Friday have nine.
Still Mr.
ins. ed to the 7th anniversaryof away and Mrs.
night the third quarterly
site of the church.
Jessie Williams The Union is of
Usher Board No. 1 at great
The will be conference will be held.
TEMPLE BAPTISTThe 3 p.m. Sunday. Rev. J. W. Revival time! The weekof going toward proceeds our Woman's Elder J. A. Roberts will value to the churches in-
All the finance
Stephenson and his August 23 thru the
No. 1 choir Mrs. A. gregation will render con-ser- 27th. Come and hear the Day. Sis. Rosa Lee Sharpe be here to bring the morn- that is raised remains at
the chairman of Woman's Ing message next Sunday.
Clark president, Deacon vice. dynamic minister of the the church where t" h e
R. Hepburn, director and The following churches jet age Rev. Houston of Day and members invite Sunday at 3 p.m. another Union is held. There Is a

Mrs. V. Strachan, organ- will grace our altar dur- Mt. Zion AME. Daytona you to tie with them. musical program will be banner which goes to the
ist, will celebrate its 35th ing August: Rev. Slater of Beach. The delegates Friday, August 20 at 8 presented to close out. church that raises the

anniversary Sunday at Day Spring 24; Rev. L. along with the pastor pm. No.3 Usher Board Saturday night there highest amount of money
will be barbecue beach
with Bro. J. C. a
i 3.3O: p.m An interesting Ross, Richmond Heights found much success and Wright as At the present time, New
program has been pre- 26; and Rev. P. W. Williams Inspiration in the State- president Invite you to go party given by the Wo- Shiloh has the banner.
on a trip around the men of Mt. Zion to bene-
pared for the occasion
and 30.During.
Tri convention at Jacksonville -
several choirs will parti- world. Stops will be at fit Women's Day. Tcketsare
cipate. Sunday morning as they bidtheir Moonlight Junction and $1. It begins at 6 p.m. McGHANEY
worship we had the privi- friends until
goodbye Martin Village. Refresh- The public Is Invited to
1 The women will SPEAKSAnd
organ- lege of having 25 vsitors. next Their
year. stay
ize this Sunday for their ments at both stops attend all of these actvi-
You are always wel- was most enjoyable. Transportation free. Tic- ties. I, if I be lifted up
annual drive. Officers will
come to "the going from the earth, will draw
be Don't forget the Calen- kets $1.00.
selected and the
ground church for the
cleared for the big push. Christ" coming dar Tea at the home of On August 24 at 8 p.m. Youth Day at all men unto me. John 12:

Let us remember all the Mr. and Mrs. Rankins the Spiritual Consolers 32.It
sick especalally those Sunday afternoon 4 to 6 along with Rev. Abraham PhiladelphiaBaptist Is wonderful to feel
who are In hospitals. DAY SPRING p.m. for choir No. 1 also Swanson will be sponsored and believe that the all

2991 NW G2nd Street ushers anniversary 5th by general auxiliaries. Church Is our only assurance of

Rev. Wm Slater pastor Sunday at 3 p.m. Let's We are praying for our everlasting life. We think
MT. CALVARY M. B. Sis. Naomi Arnica, pray for the shut in and sick. You are always wel- Having successful just completeda Vaca- that it is hard to live
reporter sick. come at our services. very truthful lives but all we
tion Bible
The School from
Willing Workers
need to do is take time i
will celebrate their anni- We are most thankfulto August 9 through the
versary at 3 o'clock Sunday -* God for His blessings NEW MACEDONIA Pall Bearers 16th the New Philadelphia every morning to pray for
guidance for the day andIf
'1 August 22. Rev. J. A. during the revival meet- 3165 NW 5T th Street Missionary Baptist we find ourselves
Murray will deliver the ing. Roscoe Jackson. ConventionIn Church 420 NW 40th St. stray-
Rev. Ing from H is
away guidance -
Baptism service will be will
anniversary sermon. Plato n now present a Youth
held Sunday morning. All pastor Day just stop for a mo-
attend for extensive the Friday, August program August 22.
plans are being made to candidates are urged to be Willie J. Beard reporter 6 edition of the Miami Special guest and ment and meditate. And I

give you a spiritual program. present at 10 a.m. and Sunday is Men's Day aNew t Times the article "High- speaker for the 11 a.m. am sure that you will find

to bring a change of gar- Macedonia. The lights of Pall Bearers service will be the Rev.J. the true way to a better

Let us remember to ments. chairman. Deacon W. Convention mentioned W. Wright, also an associate life everlasting. So untila
visit the sick and shut-Ins. The YW.A and Young Bernard Williams the that the entire body was minister of later date, if God's will

They need our prayersand Matrons will celebrate chairman. Deacon Henry entertained t>y the Eastern Friendship Missionary thank you and God bless
our visits. A car d their anniversary Sunday Jefferson and the men of Star and the Heroinesof Baptist Church. The Rev. you all.ZION.

of remembrance Is afternoon at 3:30: Rev. W. the church have gone all Jericho. This was in Wright has played for the

thoughtful and would M. Slater pastor of Day out to "shew yourselvesmen" error. The article should Junior Choir of our

also be appreciated. Spring M. B. Church, will (Isaiah 46:8.: ) the have read: Heroines of church and he Is still do- HOPE M. B.
deliver the message. You The speaker Templar Crusade Prin- ing so. Many of our young
are invited. morning will be Rev. W. We had wonderful ser-
cess Betty Mae Hall, people are glad to h a v e
ST. MATTHEWS Continue in prayer for M. Davis pastor First grand marshall and Sister him play for them and In vices all day. We had a
the sick and shut-in. Baptist Church. Brownsville Frances Morris deputy term take great pride in white minister from Africa -
Services were St. Paul AME Male
spiritually ; to deliver the
grand. Most Ancient Ma- having him message
55 high all day Sunday. Our HEL Chorus and the male ush- tron of the Heroines of at the service speak which to them Is to Sunday night.

pastor delivered the morning ers from First Baptist Jericho entertained the be shared with Usher Board No. 1 will
sermon. Rev. A. Randall The pastor is taking a Church Opa-locka will be entire delegation. In attendance the Junior Choirs several of celebrate Its 7th annual
the well earned vacation. in On Sunday afternoon of our
evening sermon. a charge. at the convention anniversary Sunday even-
The No. 1 Usher Board During his absence, the at 3 p.m. the men was the Grand Princess city.On ing at 3 p.m. with Rev.
wishes to thank each church is left under the of Macedonia will be In Captain B. Louise Rolle Saturday the youth Woodly and congregation
of our church will
church for their very watchful eyes of his associated charge Sunday night. Rev. who was presented durIng spon- in charge from the St.
fine cooperation In help- ministers. Rev., W. E. Sims pastor of the entertainment. sor a Car Wash. All per- Matthews Freewill Bap-

Ing to make their anni Bain and Rev. Taylor. New Hope M. B. Church The State Deputy of the sons Interested in getting tist Church.
versary a success. The No. On last Sunday morningRev. ( the male chorus of Jordan Grand United Order of dollar cars washed at one The pastor is asking all
1 choir will celebrate its Taylor took h t s Grove and the male Pall Bearers. Bro. Frank per car can come members to attend their
the church
anniversary the second text from the First Bookof ushers of New Macedoniawill L. Samson, thanked the by from 10 weekly meetings.Elizabeth .
a.m. until 5
in 1824. be in charge. This ladles p.m. Funds
Sunday SeptemberDon't Kings : for their kindness. raised Jackson
forget to visit our Visit the sick and the promises to be the great- The convention was from this project reporter

sick and shutins. shut-ins. est day yet! held In Ft. Pierce. will cial go effort toward of Youth the finan-Day. Rev. Paul Freeman, pastoray


THE. MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 20, 1965 11

ID aid Around tht lahamas The Sunset Travelers will
f render an after-service musical

",:ft," ,'';; ''k"J"' ," '1 ,!, Carver f, program August 23,

The recentsummer schoo man searching his clothes, 8 p.m., at New Macedonia

_,_f... Jnt'.._. ; *> in _2U.r. ', 4 for teachers held at Govern and how he and his wife Ranches I.I 1 Baptist Church. Rev, B. L.
.m ment High, was attended by held on to the man, the jury Mack, pastor; Elease Taylor

is written, man shall several hundred teachers. retired for three minutes and I IBy ,corresponding secretary.
live by bread alone, but Prominent lecturers from theUniversity returned with a guilty verdict. News *

word that proceout of the West Indies Edwards was given five I The Star of Bethlehem
very of 1.- Wolte.Bow.-.a Church of West Hollywood
mouth ,
of the r: Included Dr. George Bishop years. Baptist
.." Matt 4:4. who spoke on Mathematicsand The Carver Ranches Fire the Rev. I. .W. Hep
was wishes to thank burn, will be officially
IWs spiritual manna Science Mr. Department pastor
; Gray,,
Charles M. Sands, 78, of
Jved by all who were hun- on Secondary school Eng everyone who helped to organized Sunday Aug.
fand thirsty righteous- fish; Mr. John McPherson, Lewis Street, died at Princess make its benefit dance a suc 22 at 3 p.m., under the auspices -

1 in the revival at A.M. on secondary school Geor. Margaret Hospital on July cess. Thanks also to Mrs. of the Atlantic Coast

en's Temple. This was graphy. Dr. Hugh Springer, 23, Mr. Sands was born on Mildred James for the help Baptist Association. '1'heRev.

|first revival directed by director of the Institute of Nassau, but traveled to Central she ga\e. Walter Blatch, Joseph Smith, pastor of St.

|er Jacob Cohen In his Education of the University and South America at president; C. H. Blount, fire Mark's and missionary of
the of 17. lie later settled
tstry. Our pastor preach tyas also present and he ad age chief. the association, will deliver
theannointJ -, in Miami where he dida r The public isInvited.
fightly under dressed the leathers. the message.
of God. thriving restaurant busi- Mrs. Rosa Lee Gillard has .
powers *
of God ness on Second Avenue. returned home to West Hol- .
Irhe very presence John Griffin, 19,of Grand Charlie"
"Sweet as 16
Papa .
services were after spending sev-
I felt as the Bahama whose of lywood thru 20
ined in prayer around the murder ,was reduced in the he was affectionately Nassau called, eral weeks In New York City mark the anniversary of
returned to
lr, Here God's grace finally and Jacksonville. Tabernacle Baptist Churchin
to manslaughter,,
souls with His Supreme and opened the first native *
bed our West Hollywood. Rev.
July 19, was acquitted 10-2
Jet, refreshing,revitalizingly ,after 15 minutes deliberation restaurant on Bay Street. His The Veterans of Foreign Melton will handle ser-
| Spirit This heavenly by the Jury. Griffin was cheerful disposition and his Wars, Post 8195, will hold vices on Monday night, relinquishing -
service for him the same
liosphere was enhanced as 9. Jonah-Jonah 1:1.3: charged with the killing ol; won whichhe its regular meeting Sept Sat the pulpit to
man of God delivered 10. Come and Be Saved Albertha Johnsonat Finder1! popularity and success 4816 S\\ 17th St., West Hollywood visiting ministers the remainder -
of the enjoyed abroad. .
irrational words Rev. 18 2:4 5 Membersare
Bahama p.m. of the week
Point, Grand or His wife the late Mrs.
revived, ,
ster. Souls were Nightly the crowd eagerly April 16. Sarah Sands, died two urged to be present. The doors of the church
needs were wondrous- awaited the of God. years *
|ny message He is survived by three will be open every nightat
of the ago.
met as we partook Each evening of service left Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McDonald -
time and everyoneis
Gibson three seven this
It cost Grantley sons,
lowing sermons: the hearts souls
mindsof and son left on vacat and
9:11 in the Magis- grand children and three welcome to come
Acts exacth' $210
Prayed- :
Jl. He the audiences Your
Man-Luke spiritually trate's Court at West End great-grand-children. on last weekend. worship with us and to
A Certain stimulated
12: and elevated
will be out of town
I 15:11 nearer to God. The Grand Bahama, on July 17, newboy help us to celebrate ourchurch's
Testified of for carrying a pistol without for a anniversary.Rev. .
13. Bible .
gation was enlarged the
by who *
Alfred Levi Ferguson
Elbert Melton,
The Barbadianrew pas-
St John 5:39 a license.
I Christ-
addition of
new members and
of receiving invited to
andStrengthPsalms member of the M.V.
J4. God is Our Refuge :
friends. worth from revival services at the
arrested $5,600 jewelry the
I 46:1 Coral Venture was
We invite >ou to worshipwith William Armbrister, was :New Macedonia Baptist tor.SUPPORT
of the Lord Mile Rock for being
15. The Name at Eight
and be
us inspired to loaded.25 found not guilty 8-4 by a Church, 2201 SW48thAve.,
18:10 of
-Proverbs seek God for fuller and richer In possession a
a Court jury July 21. Come and
West Hollywood.
16. The Day automatic pistol.
Peter 3:9-13 Ferguson reportedly received have your soul revived. YOUR
11 *
A.M. COHEN TEMPLE a package on June 23 Preaching will start Monday
Man Dies-
17 If a Albert J. Miller, Assistant
1747 N.W. 3rd Avenue from a man he knew only night Aug. 23, with the Rev.
14:14: Commissioner of the Uniform YMCA
When He Was Strong Elder Jacob Cohen Pastor as "Will. He said he put Roscoe Jackson in charge.Rev. .
8. Branch of the Bahamas
11 Chronicles 26:16 Bernice G. Austin, Reporter Police Force, returned recently later the package into a drawer on his shelf where, and he B. L. Mack: pastor

from the United Kingdom kept hismoney. Thepackagehad
DAY SPRINGThe he took the senior
a ladies' ring and a w
\. Mary's W. M. church was truly staff course in personnel wrist watch that he thought

spiritually fed during our management administration worth about $16.80 or $19. VET TV
urch In New revival. Rev. J. E. Phil- and leadership at the He did not know the goods

lips pastor of New Hope Police College In Bramshlll, were stolen and was simply SERVICE CALL $1.00

lome Baptist Church of For t Hampshire. holding them until the owner

Ft Mary's had a vision Lauderdale, was the min- returned. 846 NW 2 Ave. 379-7735
He Is
|il I the dream was realiz- ister in charge. Wendell Edwards just .
August 15, when we truly a great man of God. ould not convince a Supreme Contract has been signedfor
I'm sure everyone Is still Court Jury on July 23
oved Into our new the construction of a produce
urch at NW 48th Terr.d rejoicing after listening to hat he did not break into the storage planton Potters : } RENTAL, SALES,

8th Ave. his soul stirring sermons. home of ;Malachi Dean at Cay to cost $252,240. Aran- : .: RADIO PHONO,. T.V. -

We are grateful to the Baptism services were .1 I a.m. on June 13 with the ha Construction Company .,, tv't igr.wh t. Csa aa.
15 We 1mH.ut 4' + .t.i ; ( 'tRt'O>{
,ord for the many bles- Sunday August intention of stealing. After Ltd. will do the work. The > < > "Op'E'NJ. tj:9' I. .', ,\ .,, ',. ,
Ings that he has be- were blessed with seven Dean told the court how he project will provide increased td''- "
Five for bap-
towed us. candidates. was awakened and found a marketing facilities and
upon Chrstian
tism two by
I Sunday services were stimulate agricultural expansion

xcellent. We were bless- experience.Saturday barbecue in the Bahamas.
\\d with a beautiful day. and potato pies are on

Rev. J. R. Evans of Del- sale at the church. You: Rev. Elisha Clarke,
ay Beach delivered o u i.orning r stop by or call at :
may vicar of the Church ofhe REDUCE WOOLWORTH'Simulated
message. this number: 696-4496 or Transfiguration, Opa- .
Special thanks to Ear 691-1877- Lose up to 6 pounds :
Dcka and a former priest
arrol for such a won- The junior choir is
at the Incarnation wasIthe WEEKLY :
lerful speech at our af- sponsoring a tea on the Celebrant at 7:30: a.m.
ernoon program. fifth Sunday. Yours Tru- last Sunday. 1545 S. W. 1st Street :' .
Many many thanks to ly will be the speaker for The 9 a.m. service was FR 32748DR. ; 1 at," leather

ev. A. D. Hall and his i the occasion. conducted by the Rev. H.

ongregatlon of Ebeneze E. S. Reeves. LONG'S CLINIC DESK NEEDS
Methodist Church for i MT. TABOR The same order of ser-

uch a wonderful service< Revival meeting is still vice will take place next ,
endered during our nigh
not .
have Sunday.
service. They were in In process. If you have miss- The following Sundayour

charge of the night ser attended you most inspiring, Vicar the Rev. Earle 88rrhDesk

vice and they really tool ed soul the stirring man of God Hackett, who is enjoyinga !
over all the way. Again, time. much needed two weeks REFRIGERATIONSERVICE
of our
we say thanks.We The Rev. Emery R. vacation Is expected to
would like to thank] Mt. his duties.
First resume
from the basket
our social committee program Sercey Church of The congregation is now .fi pad, pen base,
al Zion Baptist ALL REPAIRS IN YOUR pad letter
committee and Atlanta is delivering ser- worshipping and enjoyngthe memo ,
the wonderful member mons from the depth of services with the HOME opener, pencil cup ad-

and friends who supported We were quite busy on newly installed air conditioner 39 YEARS EXPERIENCE"Top dress book, ash tray, mail

us so well throughou his heart. He is reaching holder and more all
the day. May God bles sermon are being
Don't miss the Contributions Refrigeration"PL
you all. tonight Friday. at 7:30: received toward the air stamped with gold color.

condition fund. M a k e -4I2I

p.m.Pray for the sick and yours as early as possible.

METROPOLITAN shut In and bereaved. .
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tev. ,1. J. Wiliams. pastor t s
M. Mannerman. reporterOn Durable leather-look
last Sunday mem- AUTO INSURANCECheck CALL
ers enjoyed a tremen- ATTACHE CASE
ious service. The gospel' oiur new, lower rates and easy f andnf .

horns furnished the IMMEDIATE SRttt FILING M.lvll Fox

usic for the day. O i office and receive a free lift
('residing elder Rev. J.uA,. Bring this ad to our FOR

toberts delivered the D. Goodman and Son, Inc. 5 499

morning message which "Insurance, Real Estate, Mortgage" STOCKSBONDS 3..
rs taken from the 4th Democratic Club
'hapter of. St. Mark'sresented Business member OX 1-0380
59th verse. Rev. Roberts 2688 NW 62nd Sreet
) three thoughts Textured vinyl covering

aken from the text which cleans easily, resists scuffs

'/ere: God's presence does and scratches.Has divided

ot always prevent Houses folio in lid, contour banS -
torms; Storms do not Dugies Guest S
ean that God has de- dle. Black or suntan. Size

erted you. Never fear Th. house of w,,u..al rooms +rla 4))%" x 12" x 18",
he storm when Jesus Is
JO board. I "Keep It In mind"A y

Vsitors were Miss Ber- better piece, we challenge you to findSeeing USE OUR FREE LAY AWAY
lire believing
Pindergrove, Bro Is
.Iadley. Tallahassee; and! The oceem+o'fctUru you receive Available in Mio.l, Mie.i Beeck, Coral Geblts, P.rrl.e,
IS. Emily Baker Los You find only in tM t1 Iiotherl:
Angeles. HoMtttad, Hollywood aid West Hollywood

'astor and congregation N.W. 4TTrl STREET 6343851JAMAICA I w YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MOKI ATE
vill go to Etenezer Meth- 2MI W ilttttjlt ILVDMIAMI ;

)dist Church. The pastors DUGIE FU. 33! ...:.:.....:.......-. VlOOLVlORTH'SIt
asking all choirs, ush- Alwa s a flend
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12 THE TIMES, Friday, August 20, 1965


Bernard Wright (better Mr. Shadrick Barr, better PRESTON KING of 1740

known as Bloady) of 662 known as Sam Barr, of 408 NW 65th St.. died in Jack-

c Rps MORIALS THS N.W. 13th St., Apt. 4, died S.W, 6th Street, Homestead, son Hospital August 12.
Aug. 12th at Jackson Memorial Fla., passed away at Kendall He was widely known In
Hospital. Funeral Hospital Friday August the Liberty City area

services will) be held Satur 13. He had been a residentof having lived here for the

day Aug. 21st, 1:30: P.M..at Homestead since 1909, greater part of his life. He
CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe Francis Funeral Home coming 1 here from Mt. will also be rememberedby

Mr. and Mrs. V. Bark- family of the late family of the deceased Chapel with Rev. Joel John- Thompson Exuma Bahamas. many as a member of
th late
ley Sr. and family would MR. THOMAS D. son, l'astorofSl James Baptist Survivors include two pioneer. Horace
like to acknowledge and THUIRSTON CHARLIE WARD Church officiating.{ Remains daughters Mrs. Mable Sharpe,family. He is sur-
its sincere grat- will In the chapel Howard and Mrs. Remilda vived by his widow Mrs.
thank you for your kind expresses wish to express their appreciation repose Helen
and thoughtful expression itude to their many to the many beginning 1 P.M. on Fri Young; one grandson Mr. King mother Mrs
+: of deepest sympathy friends for the flora; friends for cards, tele- day until funeral time Saturday Shadrick McPhee;two sisters Lillian Sharpe King, father -

during the death of their pieces telegrams cards grams floral pieces other afternoon. Survivors Mrs. Laura l Dcveaux, Mrs. Samuel; a sister Mrs.

son Walter Barkley Jr. and other gestures of acts of sympathy and include his wife: Mrs. Adel Oothtilda Barr; a nephew Margaret Edwards, a

Mr. and Mrs. Walter sympathy to them during prayers in their hour of Gibson Wright; 2 sisters; Mr. Alfred 1C Clarke and a brother, Samuel A. King.

Barkley and Family their recent hour of be- bereavement. Words are Mrs. Florence Whitehead host of other relatives and. Services conducted Wed-

,reavement. Special thanksto inadequate with whichto and Mrs. Pethrona John- friends. .Services: will be held nesday at Mt. Tabor Bap-

IN MEMORIAMIn Bishops G. A. Wallace express thanks to the son; 2 brothers; Alonza 300: P.M. Aug.. 21 at The tist Church.
and L. Josey for the efficiency House of Albert for the Johnson and Tom Hughes; Church of God of Prophecyin

sad but loving mem- they exemplfled splendid service renderedthe Host of nieces and nephewsand Homestead, Florida. GEORGE LENARD of
ory of my dear grand- in conducting the funeral same tribute goes to friends. 1246 NW 67th St. died on
i mother. service. Rev. W. J. Macon and Mr. Frank McMillian of' August 17. He is survived

1. Mrs. Virginia Thurston congregation of First JANET MOOREK. infant 1948 N.W. 5th Place died' by his widow, Mrs. Mandy

Chldren and Baptist Church. Again daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August 14, 1965.' He leavesto Lenard. two stepsons anda
grandchildrenCARD thanks to all. mourn, a wife Alberta stepdaughter.
Joe Freeman Moorer of Chapel
'rWi The Ward and Justice McMillian; One sister Mrs. services
Saturday at 12
1907 N.W. 2nd Ct., Apt. ?7,
Rosa Scott, a daughter Mrs. noon.
died Aug. 15th at Jackson
Julia Laster, three sons Ha-
the family of the Memorial Hospital. Funeral
nab McMillian of Jacksonville RICHARD
!ate NOTE OF THANKSThe Services were held ThursdayAug. DeVEAUX
L. V. of Tuskeegee, SR., of 3365
MRS. ROSA JONES family of the late 19th, 2 P.M. in the Ave.,
wish to express our appreciation Include David McMillian and several Coconut Grove passed at
Other survivors
ALVIN CRAWFORDof chapel. -
i f to Pastor Rev.J grandchildren. Services Christian Hospital August
2 sisters Brenda and
J. Williams, membersand Waynesboro. Georgia ; will be held on Thursday 17 shortly after his admission -
friends of the Metropolitan wish to thank their many Debbie; grandfathers and other;relatives August 19, 1965 in the chapel Mr. DeVeaux
AME Church the friends. for all the kin d grandmothers. of Richardson's Funeral will be remembered by

Range Funeral Home, the heartedness shown during Home at 4:00: P.M. Richardson pioneer Miamians, having

Church of God the Amlgo momenta of bereavement. Mrs. Tommie Coats of Funeral Home is in lived here for more than
and Variety Club Mary Mattle Simmons sister 60'
2501 Maxwell Street in Detroit charge. years. He is survived
and Thelma Johnson ard by
a daughter, Edna
r/rq a
Mich. died Aug.
the many friends for the CARD OF THANKSThe in Detroit Funeral Services Mr. Leroy Olipant of brother, Fred and a
cards telegrams and flo- 1025 N.W. 56th Street diedat
grand daughter
MAUD EUGENIA MOSS ral presentations.The family of the late. will) be held Saturday Aug. Jennifer
Jackson Memorial Hos- DeVeaux.
who departed, this life on Family 21st, 2 P.M. at Greater NewMacadonlaMissionaryBap Services will be
u t.21. 1964. MRS. GALILEE pital on August 14, 1965 conducted Saturday at 0a.m
.* Carry Murray and He leaves to mourn, a dear at
St. Peter's
A year has passed since Mrs. Carmetta Blatch McCORMICKwish list Church with Elder J. C. American -
you've been gone from us. Jackson, officiating. Remains friend, Mrs. Haley Matthews. Catholic Church. Fr.
We miss you and never to thank everyonefor Funeral arrangements are Anthony will officiate.
will) in
t shall your memory fade. IN MEMORIAMIn their kindness, cards. repose Opa incomplete at this time. Richardson .

May you rest In peace. sad hut loving mem- flowers and telegrams.Rev. Locka at a place to be an- Funeral Home is in ROSE ROBERTS
nounced from 8 P.M. Friday
Myrtle Jones Harrell ory of our dear mother, J. B. Woodley St. on charge. of 2472 NW 64th Street.
until 8:30 A.M. Saturday
: .
granddaughterMyrtle grandmother daughterand Matthew F. W. B. Church died August 17. She was a
Maud Harrell Funeral Home Beginning 9:30 AM Infant girl Jenkins of 1438
sister. _. and Range Miamian and a member ot
remains will
great granddaughter t "" for the wonderful service Saturday re N.W. 6th Ct., died at Jack- long standing of the St.

William Rolle, brother rendered to us during our pose at Francis Funeral son Memorial Hospital on Mary's Wesleyn Methodist

ti Norris Moss, foster son bereavement.Mrs. Home chapel until funeral August 15, 1965. She is survived Church. She is survivedby

Bernlze Jennings time Saturday afternoon.Survhors by her mother Mar>'- her husband Dan a

CARD OF THANKSThe daughter and family include 4 sons; lln Jenkins and her maternal daughter. Mrs. Carol
Elder Dan Coats Mr. Otis
iMrs. Lizzie Walton and grandparents. Funeral serv- Young, two sisters Mrs.
family of the late family Coates, Mr. Lester Coatesof ices in charge of Richardson Edith Forsyth and Mrs.
Detroit and Mr. Northern
Funeral Home are incom- Florence Farrington. Ar-
Coates of Miami 5 daughters -
CARD OF THANKS plete at this time. rangements are incom-
c ; Mrs. Christine CalhOun plete.

vThe ttiemi ers* poi the.,: Mrs. Doreen Marshall .. '"
- __ 1A Mrs. Annie Mae Rhome.
5 1 family of the late
r.y. V I Harry' McKenzie of 352-A JULIUS COLE of 432

Miss Mist:MandyLeeiroatesand Yvonne Coates '7 ''N.W.: : 14th' St, Apt. -6 died NW 16th Terr., apt 2. died "
; Aug. 18th at Jackson Memorial August 17. He is survivedby
brothers 20
; grandchildrenand Funeral his widow, Mrs. Vlra
Hospital. arrangements -
host of other relatives
',. r and friends.a at this time are Cole two sons, a sister.
Arrangements are Incom-
incomplete. Survivors include -

Walter Wilson of 620 N.W. his wife: Mrs. lylene plete.
McKenzie; 1 daughter, Miss
1st Ct. died Aug. 17th at
Eldora McKenzie; 2 stepdaughters Services for Mrs. Eatha
Para Villa) Nursing HomerFuneral
Mrs. Lillian Howard whose passinb
arrangements at Richardson and Mrs. Carolyn occured August 10 will beheld
this time incomplete. Survivors -
.unnn'1 l Adams; 3 sisters, Mrs Saturday at 3 pm
+ Luther fereedlove wish to include a sister-in-law; Margaret Munnin, Mrs. at New Behtel AM*'.
thank the friends MILDRED MORLEY Mrs. Dalse>' Wilson and
many Flora McKenzie and Mrs. Church of Goulds. She
t and neighbors during our BAIN other relatives and friends. Ellen Ramsey; 4 brothers lie in repose at the cl

bereavement for the tele- who departed this life C J., Theophilus Luther beglnnning at 8 a.m.

grams and floral pieces August 15 1964. May she and Emmanuel McKenzie; urday.
and donations. Special in and light TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
rest peace 1 Aunt and a host of other
thanks to my pastor. Elder shine her. DEATH
perpetual upon
y CHURCH SUNDAYIN relatives and friends.
Jacob Cohen and mem- Cynthia Newbold Mrs. Bertha Sneed of
bers of the A. M. Bain OWEN EDWARDSwho Fla. 16.
Maxine Ala died August
Girl Clark, infant
Cohen Church of Baby
Temple Marva Bain passed June 23, 1965'
a native of Sussex County
of Mr. and Mrs.
God In Christ also the Society Bain Jr children wish to thank the many daughter .
Isaac MEMORIAMIn Va. her daughter Gloria
Roosevelt Clark of 733 N.W.
Cab and Jitney,
Clementine individuals groups and
Morris Weiton president; Morley mother organizations for the helpfulness sad but loving mem- 67th Street diet Aug. 12th at Giddings works at Franklin -

Special thanks to the Albert Cleveland, time given. encouragement ory of our dear mother Mt. Sinai Hospital. Loan.Federal Savings and
House of Albert for its
and and sister.
William. Hartman with kind
kindness and hospitality Oscar Morley, brothers words and deeds shown

shown during. our bereavement Mae Antoinette Wilcox them during their hourof !
sister :
Mattle Breedlove wife sorrow.
Milton Newbold Jr., .
They appreciate with t.
Thomas son .. ,
grandchildIN ,: ,
gratefulness the (
Dinnetta y R
daughter I Annie Williams, sister letters, telegrams cards "" ,
Roscoe and Henry flowers and donations.
brothers MEMORIAMIn They would especially like : :!< )

4 Willie Williams sad but loving mem- to thank the 47th Street 'U""

brotherinlawIN ory of our dear father and neighbors, Phyllis Wheat- .
grandfather. ley Club the Rev. Gra-

MEMORIAMIn ham and Mt. Zion Bap- '.......': '
-"': '. '"":7',., tist Church, Rev. S. A. .;,f..,. : "

sad but loving mem- Cousin and Rev. F. J, h q .f .. MEMORIALS
ory of my mother Kicks Greater Bethel

who departed this 1 life lA R his employersand 1

not August forgotten.Mrs. 20. 1944.. Gone but friends.the many many Our entire staff is thor-

Mary Clark The Family r oughly trained to follow

daughter 1985 NW 6th Ave. .p.w Tena Gertrude Critten Edwards Minerva wife frib' % the beliefs of every faith

Ward Bell Edwards ..-----...-- when carrying out their
sister, nieces and MRS. EMILYFERNANDEZ
CARD OF THANKSThe nephewsIN r! .'.i.,.. duties. Every detail

family of the late MEMORIAMIn who departed this life on : 4 sF 7r will meet your wishes.


,I SIMPSON SIMEON BETHELwho loving memory of our Gone but not forgotten.

wish to thank everyonefor departed this life on dear husband father and May she rest in peace "My Father in Heaven, help

donations of flowers August 21, 1964. brother. and may light perpetual X, me never to forget Thy love
Go labor on spend and We:: CLEVELAND GEE shine upon her.
telegrams and cards and Mrs. Eva if looks up to me in the
cars. also a special thanksto spent who departed this life on Lawrence beauty o/ the flower ,"
Rev. T. C. Kelly of St. Thy Joy to do the August 17, 1964. daughter ..
Paul AME Church and Father's willIt Gone but not forgotten. Mrs. Victoria Moss ; John Henry Jowett

Range Funeral Home for Is the way the Master May he rest In peace. sister
Oscar L.
Its services rendered to went Mrs. Geneva Thomas. Arlington. Thomas and Range

us in our bereavement.Mr. Should not the servant sister Japhus Moss, toothers

and Mrs. Herman tread it still? Mrs. Ella Mae Gates. O. Lawrence t Ai Funeral Home

f Storey and Family The Family sister son-In-law


j ...tillAM


_. -- THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 20, 1965 13

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pay $350 Down and only 9-8779. room duplex furnished, 7 to 10 ,... Easy Terms
$58.55 per month Be first SPECIAL THIS WEEKMr. Utilities furn. 633-24000 REGISTER NOW FOR NEW No Mosey. Down

call Aetna Realty( Broker>)> 8441 N.W. 24th Avenue and Mrs. Home CLASSES
!Phone 757-5724 Near Stephens, Oladeview. buyers!! Thanks to the PRIVATE HOME. Room BUILD ON YOUR LOT OR

1831 N.W. 89th Ten-CBS West Little River Elem. hundreds of people who gentleman preferred Call 'S .. I"m.... .Iw'w.., ,;' OURSCaihPflldforLotiAHo.es
2 Bedroom Large Florida Schools. $200 down, $89 mo. visited our 3-bedroom 2 696-4853. r.
Wall to wall No qualifying.Owner 373-3304 bath models on 1131 and Ak trf'.rF Y TO
Room carpetIng ''
1141 NW 75 St. Our one BEAUTIFUL duplex 2- '
XO CLOSING COSTS 728 N.W. 48th Street model is sold and one Is bedroom apt. ((1 air con.) ?,. ... ";,,.' 'sutC"fJ .i> .. Need Money? Call Bare
350 Down-$65.09 monthly "v' 9'"', > ,
1 Price $10,500 Take Huge 3 bedroom, CBS A-one still left. Location 1141 NW Large tile bath cedar- < '" JE 8-1340
shape. Extra 75 St. Open Sunday from lined closets. Fla. room,
then call Aetna Realty large living
a look, -
1 pm. until sold. Fenster landscaped. Adults only.
Broker Phone 757-5724 room and dining tile
( )
Realty Broker PL 9- Near Grandway and 12th
WANT A GIANT roof porch. Owner must sell. 8779. Ave. To see call 633-3108. C98J9UBATE YOUR DEBTS

3 BEDROOM ('BSm Low price. Call owner direct: Teachers or other pro- DIAL NOW FOR MONEY .IN I HOUR 'HI HITJ'SMALL
1441 \;.\\'. 87th Ter. Fla.I WI 5-9886. CHILD' CAREREGISTER fessionals.
I Hoom, Tile Roof, Hardwood PAYMENTS
floors Carport, $400 Down, 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath NOW! ANN'S GUEST HOUSE s 1,000 .-..----..-...$ 20 Month

\o CLOSING COSTS See: 39 N.W. 39th St. Lovely Opening Aug. 23, 1965 344 NW 10 St. Nice clean $ 2.0QO ---..--.........$ 30 Month
$79.52 monthly FHA large home, in beautiful area, Uttle Folk Play School rooms, maid service free
price M2.800 This one has extra room and kitchen. Hot lunches, personalized care. parking for cars. Air con- $$10,000 .-.......-.........$100 Month

won't be here long call $10,900 total price. $1,500 Licensed day nursery and ditioned with or wthout LOANS ON VACANT
now Aetna RealtBroker) down. Call owner direct: kindergarten weekly or overnight, FR
Phone 757-5724' 945-9886 3290 N.W. 45th Street 9-9155. Aug27 let and 2nd Mortgages

Phone: 635:5283 or 634-3044
R. I. Baron
USED FURNITURE ATTENTION Bargain Hunters! Morffagts
Frlgldalre, electric stove 2 houseson one lot,completely 4901 NW ::7th Avenue
sofa, chair and other furnished, one 3'bedroom plus Dressmaking and Alterations. Large Store. $100 month 14535 N.E. 5th Avenue Mortgage Broker

pieces. Phone evening efficiency. $8,000. Go by !Inquire at 4116 N.W. 32nd Ave. or will divide. Phone

FR 3. 6012. 2172 N.W. 47th Terr'., then -Aug. 20 377-3870. .

call PL Fenster Realty, Broker,' .. ..................HHumil5fctttOS ,

'2 TR hath NICE CBS, tile 4-bedroom roof, en- 98779. j f r. = =.-:. .n t!I ,?, FOR.JIEKX. ..?'f ItL8VELY ;:._ .
try porch, patio big yard' 1545 N.E. 153d Terrace.Near j I, I I .LIBERTY CITY AREA li; : NUE .
school, buses shops 'near" NEW NEW $495 DOWN < $ -'IPEM < >. ..

by. a good buy for $13.600 wood Fulford floors School., tile CBS roof,, hard-awnI I,, ,, 2 Bedroom, Unfom. $20. = {a Ii;(. MEW LOWDOWN. PAYMENTS :1
$07! month pays all 3 bedrooms 2 baths < :;' :
ings, FHA terms, only
with $350 down $9,900. j .f: ':i.EZ fare Lett.., ..Tkan Rant ..
qualifying take over or good no $250 down. $57 mo. I will pay I I I I Built in kitchens, walk-in I II OPA LOCKA AREA II M >> : ==

mortgage. Pay $91 month- 373-3304.all closing costs. Owner I I closets. Lots of extras. I II 2 1 Bedroom Bedroom,, Furn.Furn. $20)24 I 2323 H.N. KTH STREET .

ly Call 681-8566. N.W. 73RD STREET 1 Bedroom, Unfurn. $15 a (I |lilt look extensive. To see me is to b.y ...) r

ASSOCIATES LIKE NEW CBS-Fresh- |1871 I I 2 Bedroom, Unfurn. $18 braid avtlfvl bdrooM bath with
Realty Corp., Realtor ly painted inside and N.W. 69TH STREET II '1 a. a MW 3 2 ==
-- 'out. Our best bargain at I 1 I Call Micfrins Rental : 'IIIIy'rooll aid gero ..- ..block, from school, 1 block' .
BEAUTIFUL $7.000 $250 down and CALL JE 1-6902 Agency6818213 : fro. .bosses and 4ileikk from North side Slopping' .

2-Jbedroom DUPLEX- only $43.70i month, FHA I I -1 .c" .
with spacious H. MBBBM BBB BKMM
- -
Near school, bus shopping .
closets in each room. Don't miss this. 9928 N.*. 2IST AVENUE
Brand = :I
new NW 47 St. near Keys at Life Realty. Bro HELP WANTED --- -

29 Ave. Brown Sub. For ker 1932: NW 7 Ave. PL Barber. Beck's Barber Shop, BB Beavtirvl. CBS 3 bedroom, two bath, oak floors, tilt
Information. phone NE 9-4371. Open Sunday and 6612 N.W. 18th Ave. Home FOR SALE a roof aid carport. $450 dow. $85 1IOtIt.
4-1714, 5140 NW 27 Ave.',' ; evenings. .
phone: 6968426. HOME & APARTMENT = .

MUST SELL CBS 2-bed- 3-bedroom 1 Vi bath.
room, 1 'bath. Pump well central heat air condi- 5303 N.W. 5th Avenue ==
paid. Take any reasonable tioned including appliances BARMAID Must be attractive Largo 2 bedroom, 2 bath, pies Fla r... Only 2 .

offer 20721 NW 34th Ct. large lot. Location reliable honest. Open Sat. and Sun. 1.5 p.m. = years old. By appointment only. =
3250 NW 171 St. FaA Blue Note Bar, 5211 NW Come and see 3 bedroom,
SEE THE NEW 3-bed onliy $400 down payment. 17 Ave.SHORT. 2 bathe, extra large, Fla -0--- .
room 2 bath quality built Seller pays closing costs. room, large living room, r 8491 ... miD PLACE ::
home. Drive by then call Fen- ORDER COOK. larg. dining room, kitchen,
1-5 Sunday Lovely CBS, 2 bedrooms oak floors and tile roof. .
4622 NW 21 Ave. PL ster Realty Broker. PL Thurs.. Frl, Sat. nights. garage. Also separate ,
1-3604. .j indf 9-8779. Blue Note Bar 5211 NW apartment for Income on a $12,900 total prico. =
corner duplex lots.
17 Ave. -
WASHINGTON PARK. G Many build another extras, space house.to' I I3II N.iIE DRD AVENUE =

bathrooms lovely large rooms, 2 VeteransNo CAB DRIVERS. Apply at Terms arranged I: Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 barks, hardwood floors, file 5
shower doors. Society Cab Office, 269 N.W.
$66.28 Down roof ".nt-', kitchen' and .rbeCl.. $500 down pins .
monthly FHA Money 21st Street. Indf I- - -
commitment $800 down. closing costs.$57.97 oath. M
1430 NE 152nd St. Open 3-tedroom, 2 bath car- I i. --0- e

Sun. from 12 to 6 phone porte air conditioned I I 1391 N.W.52ND STREET g
dally 5:30: to 9 p.m. carpeted all appliance
and many other extras ATTENTION HOME OWNERS j BR Gorgeous CBS, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, on fenced corner =
3 Bedroom 2 Bath excellent NW location lot. down
:: $13,5 GO total price.'
See: 33 NW 39 St. Lovely call Seymour M. Ross ALL CBS-FROM $100 DOWN/$60 MONTHLY j .
large home In beautiful Realtor MU 13515.ALLAPATTAH it -0- /I
area has extra room and NO CLOSING COSTS FHA ,OR CONV. :
Kitchen $10,900 total $1,500 1309 N.N. 82ND STREET BIB

"own. No Qualifying. Move N e a rCentral 160 N.W. 44TH ST. .
bedrooms lot.
in right Call H Broad ROW CBS, 2 on corner Owner HJBJ
away. owner No
Hank quali-
direct: 945-9886. f.viiiR. Beautiful CBS 3- 65 N.W. 49TH ST. wants offer. $60_per oath pays all. .

iKMliooms. 2 baths beautiful 1110 H.W. 8TH AVE. HI M r Mg

1065 NW 59th Street kitchen, large gar- 1110 N.W. 84TH ST.
NO QUALIFYING. CarPort ie. open porch, appliances I SPECIAL NOTICE! g:
large yard fully some nice furniture. 1245. N.W. 86TH ST.
furnished, spotless inside House is almost new and 1441 N.W. 87TH ST.
Only $200 down third Ifcdioom has its own I, 1150 N.W. 88TH ST. r
and $85 month pays all. entrance and Is now being a QUALIFY) ALL OF OUR HOUSES FOR SALE ON .
Move right in! Key at Life used as an efficiency apt. 1IB34 N.W. 88TH ST a fHA. .

Realty.. Broker 4932 NW $1,500 down move right 1831 N.W. 89TH TERR. .
Ave. PL 9--4371.Open in and take over FHA
evenings and Sundays.EXPRESSWAY payments Key at Life 2295 N.W. 92HD ST. NEWS REALTY Inc.
Realty. Broker. 4032 NW 1810 N.W. 93RD TERR. t
property 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open
Owners. If you have cash Sunday.IF DRIVE BY . THEN CALL I .
I have u good ,buy in u- = THE BROKER THAT WORKS FOR YOU g
Good income prop- YOU WANT MONEY 4749 N.W. 7TH AVE. PL .. aOp.
one side rent when I pray for you you
I free Or; can be bought will receive a ,blessing.Call 811 NW 54th St. 757-5724 !I ( .. Sunday from 1 p.m.) =
down payment. Car 691-3601. Thursday.
035-3446. Friday appointments. HhI...........lUUNIIIMIMIMI

'\ 14 THE MI AMI TIMES, Friday, August 20, 1965't" $

= P",...............".}". ,.......QOOOOC,. ,,)V: ''1'' Cirvtr YMCA Actfviths
e-- .. f. ", < ,p, ; n W Thirty-four boys who Jeftord Smith will serveas
.. p
,, ..
.:, {" 'f I. have registered for the
associate direc-
-t"'" .:<"\"."". ','','', camp
r' '" '' :>i
'J! < : at
'-.. )' ..' s Carver period Camp tor and Sgt. Leroy Smith
I i ppQU1.". ..j., Florida on Lake Placid, together will serve as safety di-

.' '. ,,'. ,.' '"',. ". .4.." ; '- with ten a d u 1 t rector. Other staff members -
"'1 h ......: ,. "i 1\\; ;\L P. counselors camped all will be: Mrs. Elodla
.. \., '.."' ,"-.el." a'.: ,r night at the building on Preston nurse. in charge;
f'-.tt 'Ix ; Friday, Aug. 13. The experience 'Michael Graham asslstnat
started at 1 p.m. waterfront director Alfred

--- ------------------- "'" i with general health ,u;. Scott program and

During the summer, you should have taken a few min -- aminations given by Dade worship coordinator By-
utes' of your time to think about the coming school year County Health Dept. After ron Johnson, counselor
and make plans to Improve your year. In making plans physical fitness tests chairman; James Reddick,
for the coming school year we should not forget to make and some competitive athletic director and the
resolutions to help to make us better students. Here are games supper was pre- following counselors: Alfred -
suggested resolutions for improving your year: pared by the camp staff Bethel, Oswald Tur-
,',,,"1. Make determination to:start the school;year off under the supervision of' ner and Fred Bethel.
correctly. Be prepared to face little problems without Leroy Taylor maintenance Campers will leave Lake
letting them get you down. If you do have problems, superintendent at Placid at 2 p.m. Saturday
Carver YMCA. After din- Aug. 28 and should arrive -
try speaking to your counselor or homeroom teacher
2. Try to make better grades,if you haven't been making ner a lit massive on the campfirewas outdoor around,, 5 p.m.
them. If you have been making C's try to Improve
t courts and a of
your grade by bringing it up to "B" or an "A" Be hongs and stores was con- Bykota Club
sure to study and always do your home assignments. ducted :by Gary Range
3. Try to get along with your classmates. Now that you and Alfred Scott. SponsoringMedical
are entering a new grade you should be prepared to w At 9:30: a general assembly
meet new friends. Be courteous and kind at all times. bpsik was called and Alfred ForumThe
4. Conduct yourselves in a respectful way. Let others Scott conducted the
want to be like you. Everyone should make good worship service. The boys Bykota Club a
grades in citizenship. It is important to be well-man- H were then assigned coun- missionary minded organization -

nered all times. 'ae_'...__._..._z.as'a va.ww.v enww.y aaa use..._..__""..." selors and sleeping quar- medical, is sponsorng a big
5. Don't forget your school tools. You should bring pa. ters. Reveille sounded at forum Sunday,
per and pencil to school everyday and not depend on DePass is a Modern Minstrel 5:30: a.m., Saturday morning August the interest 22 at 4pm.for of
your classmates to supply.you. You are getting an edu- Setting up exercisesand throughout the everyone Greater
cation for your benefit and not for your classmate. close order drills preceded Miami area.
6. Be sure to come to school everyday- and on time. By DAVE BONDUMr. flag raising cere- This program will tte
Don't be absent unless you have a satisfactory excuse. Steve DePass Is a mod- the Latin Casino earned for monies conducted by Gary held in the Bethany Sev-
h Remember for everyday you are absent from school ern minstrel with an extra- Steve not only a standing Range. Morning devotionswere enth Day Adventist
f you are missing much of your work and it puts you ordinary gift for lyrical im ovation but a five year con- led by Sanford Church 2500 NW 50th St.
behind others in your class. provisation. He is a tenor tract with that illustrious Ramsey. After a break- William Campbell. M.D.,
7. Be sure to get a good night rest and eat a good balan- who can sing In a dozen club. fast of sausage eggs and Stanley E. Johnson MJ.
ced breakfast before going to school. If you go to bed languages; an entertainer His travels have taken grits tickets ,were given and William H. Gray,
.', '' too late at ntght'then' you will be sleepy and tired dur- whose appeal is iniversal to him throughout the United out to the Miami Mar- general practitioner, well
ing your school day and makes it difficult for you to people of all ages and per- States, Canada and South lin's baseball game', and known physicans. will be
get your lessons.Let's sons from every walk of life. America.His general announcementsmade the guest speakers. Alsoa
He combines the highlightsof ability to improvise about the Lake Pla- psychiatrist will be
all forward to a successful school year by starting off entertainment, sophistication lyrics on the spot, seemingly cid Camp trip. present.
school in the proper way. and good taste. without effort, has earned CAMPERS LEAVE You will have the opportunity
His command performances him the raves of critics every- SUNDAYOn to ask any

.. have been hailed by where. Sunday, August S2 questions you so desire.
EVeryone is
He has been called Admission
President Kennedy and a -
at 2 pm the chartered
ra Johnson and he Is well rhymer, a troubadour a ballad Greyhound bus will leave free.
known to nation-wide television eer, a calypso slnger-. the Carver YMCA with a
viewers.Mr. sometimes even a comedian happy load of campers en- .
DePass, a graduate of or folksinger. But none of route to Lake Placid anda
New York University, has these labels are quite accur- week of unsurpassed
concertized and been enthu- ate. He may be all of these. pleasures. The bus will SUPPORTYOUR
siastically acclaimed in colleges But he is one of the most arrive at camp Florida in
from coast to coast; gentle and dynamic entertainers time for supper. After
and at such worldrenownedhalls whom you must see. cabin assignments' the
+ .uc f 1 c wuL as Carnegievin" New- ..-,He'll .be with-us at-My campers will be-- bedded YMCA' M
York, Symphony Hall in Cousin;, Place, Friday Sat- down until 6 a.m. Monday
Boston The Academy of urday and Sunday, Sept.,3, morning when camping
Music and Philadelphia and 4, 5 accompanied by his Gui- begins in earnest.
others too numerous to men- tarist.
His last minute replacement -
of Harry Belafonte at

:Mrs Lena Higgs, 1780
\W 64 St., expired August

__ I 11 Hospital in the Jackson Survivors Memorial are 4

Daughters :Madames Betty !
Dingle, Georgia Kickens,
i ii Carolyn Ferguson, & Virginia
i McCloud; 3 Sons, Milton .
r James, & Thomas; 19
Grandchildren 20 Great
i Grandchildren. Services were
conducted Wednesdafrom
the St. Paul A M 1.E. Church,
Itef. C. Kelly WOAH

HermanllJIer: Walker,
144 NW. 42 St, expired

. Prominent Mason to be BuriedOn August Wife, Mrs 13. Ira Survivors Lee Walker are,

Saturday morning, first candidates to be bap- 1 daughter, 1 son, Mother (formerly WHET)
August 14 Sir Benjamin tized by the late Rev. J, Services will be announcedat
Gilbert, well known citi- W Drake after the latter a later date
zen and a pioneer of Miami was called to the pastorate *
died in Jackson Memorial of St. John James Little, 2709 NW Brings Country & Waster Hesic
Hospital. He suc- Sir Gilbert's wife Clara, 46 St., expired In the Jack
cumbed only a short time preceded him in death 11 son Memorial Hospital August
after his admittance.This years ago. His survivors 12. Arrangements are Incomplete to the Miami area
gentleman was active include three sons, Sammie at this time will be
Masonary for more Charles and Harold. announced at a later date.
than 50 years, serving as Four daughters Mrs. Mary *

the New worshipful Providence master Lodge of McDonald Lena Russell, Bertha Emith Rice Gil- LonzyIorton: better THE STAMPEDE IS ON !III! !
at Big Moot, 10331
No 365 the bert and foster
as eminent son. Floyd
S.W. 182nd St., Perrine
commander of the Gibson ten
Knight ; grandchildren;
expired In the Jackson :Memorial
Templars. The founder eight great Brands several -
and organizer of New nieces and nephews Hospital August 14
are wife Mrs
Providence Court Heroinesof uncles host of sorrowing
Jericho also the Cru- relatives and friends F H, Morton, 3 Brothers MIDDAY BILL THOMPSON WITH MUSIC AND CHATTER
Services were conducted Friday -
Knight Templar. He wasa Funeral service will beheld at Kerry :Memorial ,
member of long stand- Saturday Aug 21 at Church in Terrine AND WORDS
Ing of St. John Baptist 3:30: p.m. at St. John Bap-
Church having the distinction tist Church Rev. Thed- Mrs. Mertice Johnson, UP TO THE MINUTE NEWS AND WEATHER EVERY HOUR
of being one of the ford Johnson officiating. 1640 ."11.W. 1 Ave., expired
August 15. Arrangementsare

Incomplete* a WOAH Fills the gap on Miami's musical

Richard DeVeauxSr. Mr. DeVeaux father of Infant Tyrone Gibbons, horizon with the latest Country and
Miss Edna DeVeaux and 2902 :N" W. 61 St, expired Western hits as well as old favorites.
Passes the late Father Richard August 14. Graveside sere
DeVeaux, was a native of ices were held Thursday at
Richard DeVeaux Sr. of the Bahamas who has the Evergreen Memorial. ,Slow down and relax for a while .
3365 William Ave., Coconut resided in Miami for more ,
Grove a pioneer MI- than 60 years. He is sur- friends.
amian passed on Tuesday vived by a daughter one Mr. DeVeaux's church in other words WOAH1! 1220 dial
August 17 at Chris- brother Fred a grand affiliation was St Peter's on your
tian Memorial Hospital daughter, Jennifer sever- American Catholic Church
J following a brief period oft al nieces and nephews anda Father Donald Anthony
illness host of relatives and priest In charge.

THE MIAMI TIMES, friday, August 20, 1965 15

with. ittiflfif1; m
........ ilit1 iE
........ .......--., ""IfjW ':aiI .. W-l 1 ._1' 'W'!"_.._ .. -
After the Southern Methodist hot under the collar." Curtis grabbed me al started : some of 'the language he
University prep star Prothro said that Levia hollering. I told him I'd used.
team of Dallas, Tex., defeated had told him he wanted to been in college coaching 24 "I, intend to file a com- I
t a Pennsylvania team, 26- talk to him. He said, "Scog- years and never saw any- plaint against Curtis with
10 Saturday night at Her- gins rushed to the bus and thing like it I didn't like the NCAA.

shey, Pa., at the annual Big
33 game, assistant coach ----

-,.... Chum Curtis of Southernand l I; ;'
1j' ,
: ,
..1- UCLA chief coach Tony ,j 't' ), .J"''Ct'
SPEAR Prothro, reportedly had a .

shoving match over a new ,

MIAMI MARLINS Saturday STATISTICSLast August 14 the Marlins recruit Jerry Levias of Beau- .i ; ;..:; ', ', c' ., :<::', ,.- r&j1ati

mont, Texas,first Negro ath- ; ,'" .", ,... ," ,,,' .,. .
played Orlando, second leading team in the lete to be recruited by a "; 1; "ro. '. .\,'j' ,
league before a large crowd and won 5-1. This Southeast Conference, was '';;i''t: ; t ,'
one of the best played to date. the bone of their contention. : ; : :- ;; ;; :: \j. :

game Their was fielding was superb, timely up hitting. letter He had of intention already with signed 8M U a, ; : : ::;; :: > .\ \ :: ;

They ran the bases like a major league team. and said he intended to keep > i/: ;1,::;,::> -' : .,:! ,(: :,,!!, .. :,- ,;;.II/;:: / :" '
In other words they did not make a single his wprd."I :. ;' ,* I' "\ "

mistake. You could not pick a hero, they all was walking off the .'-: ." ,'. .. \" ,, .: .,, ;' \/ii'ii'Jt :';':": .. / ,' ,
13th did the field with Jerry and Ron- .
did great, also Friday, they same "
nie Scoggins after the '
Orlando 5-0. Therefore I game,
shut out
and "
thing Curtis '
"Suddenly here
must say there is a great improvement in the came Prothro, blocking our :\ ; :
team before leaving for the road where they path. He asked the boys If '\\\Jt N. f
would like to back
play eight games in six days. they fly to
California with him, and I
The Marlins won five out of six games at told Prothro that they were

home defeating Sarasota twice and Orlando signed, sealed and I was '

twice. The two teams that are above them in going to see that they were "-.

the standings at the second half. delivered to SM U. -.I'i'J'
Prothro got angry and a "_"
The Marlins fourth straight win Saturday little obnoxious, and :,
night moved them a game closer to first placeFt. Wouldn't let us by him. AllI :., .

Lauderdale who lost in 18 innings to West did was shove him againsta
fence and that he didn't nancial backers. High with the
see "Welcome to Miami Mi- ,
Beach. Orlando is two back of says
Palm games bother the boys. I thought it ami cooperation of the City Commis-
Mayor King High to
the Yankees.' Miami is now five and a half might get out of hand be-
sion instrumental in
games off the pace. The Marlins still have four cause we both got a little Comedian Danny Thomas, was getting
games remaining with Orlando and Ft. Lau- while, from left, Miami City Com- an American Football League
franchise for Miami. Thomas was
missioners Sidney M. Aronovitzand
derdale and three games left with Sarasota.Of .
awarded ownership of the team
David T. Kennedy beam satis-
these 11 games, three will be played at
SUPPORTYOUR franchise by the AFL, beginningin
home and the other eight on the road. faction. At right is Times Sports
Editor Harry Spear who is partly 1966.
Latest Florida State League statistics
hiding Joe Robbie of the fi
hsow Miami with three pickers in the top 15. H

Paul Brown leads the league in earned run YMCAmonth

average with an 0.64 mark. Ace reliever Gil Ornftgi llossom Classic to be Filmed by'Coke'

Pinard is ninth with a 1.38 and Gary Schlieveis Arrangements were com- work it has done through the sic, in tribute to Mr. Lee,Jr.,

15th with a 1.58 ERA.REMAINING of August. pleted recently between Dr. years to promote the highest FAMU vice president, who,
HOME GAMES: Taking the spotlight is George W. Gore, Jr., presi- ideals of good sportsmanship as business manager of the
dent of Florida A & M University among our country'sleaders Tallahassee institution,
August 1 Sat.-Daytona Beach 7:30: p.m. who a team have called an enviable the Colts rec- and representatives of tomorrow." founded the famous Classic

August 22 Sun.-Daytona Beach 6:30 p.m. ord of 10 won and none of The Coca-Cola Company, AM U officials indicate event

August 23 Mon.-Leesburg 6 p.m. (2) lost. The Husters also Atlanta filming,,of Georgia the,33rdannual, for the, Corn-1 The Coca-Cola as host for Companyserves the press:

August 24Tiies;-Leesburg 6 p.m. '(2) have impressive recordof Orange Blossom Classic of Coca-Cola have partici- radio and TV-corps at a half-
August 31 Tues.-Tampa 6 p.m. (2) 8 won and 1 lost, followed football game to be played pated in Orange Blossom ,time buffet, while the press
by the Astros witha
Sept. 1 Wed.-Tampa 7:30 p.m 5-5. in Miami's famed Orange Classic festivities for more box representatives select the

Sept. 2 Thursday-Fort Lauderdale 7:30 p.m. All star games will be ber Bowl 4.Head. on Saturday, Decem- than the a decade. In,this period soft-, orees.Lee player-of-the-game The Atlanta-based hon-
Sept. 4 Saturday-Fort Lauderdale 7:30 p.m. ,played on August 30, 31 Coach A. S. "Jake" drink firms have sponsoredthe soft-drink firm is an annual
and Sept. 1. The teams Gaither, FAMU director of "Float of Queens,"which supporter of the Classic program
Marlin Fan Who Needs a Mention: Dick participating will be look- athletics, whose "Rattlers"are features the visiting college book, while it furnishes -
ing for the best of three parade cars for the visit-
annual hosts for
na- queen and the football prin-
Wayne barber who boxed under the name
games. tionally known gridiron cesses from local Miami high ing college president and the
of Dick Wayne, travelled all over the world The six teams in the spectacular, will narrate the schools. This float appearsin Classic's founder.
with two of the greatest fighters of alltimes. league and their standingsare 28-minute color movie. The two pre-dassic paradesand The Orange Blossom Classic
Both former champs, Willie Richie and Ad as follows: film will receive nationwide in pre-game Orange film will become the latestin
won lost distribution to football clinIcs Bowl activities. a series of sports training
Wolgast. Dick had 100 battles in the early
over 1. Colts 10 0 alumni clubs, colleges, Other' participations of the films distributed by The
1900's. In those days you had to fight. 2. Husters 8 2 high schools and civic or- Coca-Cola people have In- Coca-Cola Company
3. Astros 5 5 ganizations.In cluded the sponsorship of through Coca-Cola Bottlers.

Ronald Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. 4. Hawks 3 7 commenting on the re- The J. R. E. Lee,Jr.,Player-
5. Bombers 2 8 cent acquisition of film rightsfor of-the Game Awards, which
R. Young of 1043 NW 74th Street is now at- 6. All Stars 6 10 the Orange Blossom annually go to the outstanding TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO

tending Tuskegee Institute in their summer Community response to Classic, Fred W Dickson player of each of the two CHURCH SUNDAY
session. Ronald was an outstanding football the games has been very vice president and director of teams competing in the Clas
Player at Archbishop Curley and is expectedto gratifying. It is hoped Advertising and Sales Pro
that similar activities can motion, The Coca-Cola
be member of this year's Tuskegee
be continued throughoutthe Company, remarked, "We
tute Football Team.Tuskegee's year. are proud to be associated
Coach, LeRoy Smith is very John Calloway with the Orange Blossom

high on Young's ability.BrowNsville League Director Classic and the wonderful


8:00 P.M.Spearing .
Softball Ltagvt

Your Color Has Beauty

Golll ,Strong
-. -..- -,. I' .-- Glamour Proves Itl!
The Brownsville Com- one of six teams which
munity League is still going were organized and spon-
strong after a period sored by the Brownsville
of six weeks of regular Community School. The '?/I Notl.o's Or rboowd
activity. Each night at league was a part of the New ConceptsIn =11 wp/oc N
730: Monday through school's summer recrea-

Friday hundreds of enthusiastic ion program which ended has ROW! c t 7 TWIN DOUBLEBY
spectators gather the softball league
at Manor Park to root remained organized and
for their favorite team. will be playing five nightsa

The team playing may be week throughout the Natural ColorPhotography






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It ;{ ; 16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 20, 1965

\. Shhhhhhhh! t I !
If Breakdown fa Family Life Urban RenewalContinued If you hurry, you have another chance to
get a BRAND NEW CBS 3 or 4 Bedroom
June 9 are eligible for up to
( from page 1) home with a down payment from $400
11 Threatens Serious Racial Crisis $200 through Urban Renewal -
I ments to families who must for moving expenses. $450 and monthly from 75. Total price

t { WASHINGTON (NPIA Nearly one out of every leave their homes and administrative $6- Lcff emphasized that no from $12.500 to 14050. NO CLOSING
000 will be used
1( < < widespread government attack four Negroes is born out of one outside of the expressway COSTS. City water, city aewers, streetlights
] on problems confront- wedlock. The Negro illegi- expenses. will be forced tomove .
I churches
portion schools, busses, shopping -,
ing urban Negroes was proposed timacy rate is 23.6 per cent, The crowded residencesnear before October. He
t\ in a confidential Labor to 3.07 for whites. Morethanhalf Dunbar Elementary also said that moving expenses centers, all lots 75 x 100. Only a'
J Department report which of all Negro childrenare School, northeast of 20th Stand will be available later for few left so don't get shut-out, call now
)I warned against breakdown cared for by federal- N.W. 5th Court, will be non-expressway displacement.
Realty Broker)
in Negro family life. The re- state aid to dependent, com- the first to be demolished to
N. W. 54th StreetrClosing
i port, focused on the nation's pared at eight per cent for make room for landscapingand The Urban Renewal Di- 811
I largest cities, disclosed that white children The Negro playgrounds. rector pointed out that residents -
\ such a breakdown threatens birth rate is 40 per cent should not move until Out Few
) a new racial crisis. higher than whites, and the Project On 'runs from NW they receive notice from the Remaining
; .The statistical analysis report disclosed that by 22nd to NW 14th Streets,be- authority.
\[ noted that in cities, nearlyI tween Third and Sixth A\'es. proper Lake View Lots 80x110
i I one-fourth of Negro women ---- Residents displaced by the "Families. can losebenef'ltsby
have been married are divorced ::1 State Road Department in the moving out too soon,"he Only $150.00
) or separated as com- "'''''<1, path of the North-South Expressway -
said. sit
| pared to 7.9 white women. :' "TI'.ft .. I I in this area since tight until"Everyone properly notified BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED-HIGH ROLLING
.,, I through this agency." GROUND HEAR FAMOUS 7TH DAY ADVENTIST

;i t 1972, Negroes will make up A branch office of the agency CAMP GROUND INTERLACHEN, FLORIDA..
LOT OWNERS I one-eight of the U.S. population is located at 1453 NW3rd


I II\ For quality building I i. PREVIOUSLY SOLD FOR $400. DON'T MISS

\! I additions and remodeling DO YOU HAVE TO MOVE THIS OPPORTUNITY. CALL FR I 9953


PL 44655 j See Ford For A House j rrrr rrrryr* Binnrrr.. *a rra o a B i

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\ I $300 M earrel!5lKri:' Frt.
It Fla room KitchensBedrooms I 1. 3244 NW 68th St. $100 down-$20 week rrlxp+sw : M

j I Bathrooms ((2 bedroom house with a garage) I $200 DOWN $58 PER MONTH |
t Carports Garages I I 2. 3274 NW 68th St. $50 down-$18 week e
L Awnings Fences Lovely 2 I bedroom>> home, painted in and out air con *
((1 bedroom house fenced yard) I
t . ,' ditioned, nice residential area. Move in while quail
Smiling Eddie Lee Pitt- I 3. 2105 NW 47th St. $50 down-$20 week

nessman.man, popular Is the local new owner busi- t NEWS REALTY, IHC.I I ((3 bedroom house) 1 ing ....NO CLOSING COSTS.
'I c' the Dive-Inn Bar I (BUILDERS DIVISION) t tf 4. 1534 N W 44th St. $100 down-$79 month
I 1 1772 NW 79th St. Phone OWNER 3733304EDISON
il,, 31-9431. He Invite all f 14140 N.W. Tnt AVENUES t ((3 bedroom 2 bath house) I

}\ :; and his omeetrlenewfriends A g20 I 5. 2120 NW 50th St. $150 down-$23 week

:, Everyone. welcome. Inclf L---- ((4 bedroom house with an extra lot)

1 6. 944 NW 47th St. $450 down I

(large 3 bedroom, CBS home) Specials
"' *. 4| Vas '''''''''''''''''
i' r::: Best ,RuTs ; .. 'T'. e, : ; 1 ti 1 7. 1750 NW 76th Terr. EZ terms III j
1 1w a (Brand new 3 bedroom, 2 bath home

If NO I 8. 3511 NW 206th St. 3 bedrom-$22 week
t Completely furnished 2 bedrooms, large kitchen, f : (ATTE.n".YETERAltH'\! ; ,.:,"
porch, patio. Near shopping and buses. Only ." NO, "DOWN;'fAYMENTkg1OR>> .A NY' ",r.HOUSEr'' <'" < 45 N.W.48TH'STREET
I <
$8,500 total, $700 down, $75 month.. ." o 'f .
,,'''''4 4.t.alw,,, 3446K"&a.< ,ra x ,... $. m;\w" ,as.jy I v >, <1
fire place. Being sold for FHA valuation. $12,800.

Large CBS, 4 bedrooms, Dining Room, Carport. Lor- TRADE IN YOUR HOUSE OR LOT Only $300 down. Ho closing costs. Very close to

ge lot Fenced Only $10,500 total, $1,000 doWn. Sm WE ARE OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY school. Air cooled.
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$68 month pays all. Neat CBS, 2 bedroom, large kit. I FORD REALTYINC. Broker 1 339 N.W. 39TH STREETCBS

chen, utility room. Appliances, 2 air conditioners $200 DOWN, FHA total $10,000. Dining room,

Many extras. Only $10,50010tal, $1,500 down. 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635.4595 | screened porch, fire place, nice and clean. Will sell
* on bank terms.

y\ $56.68 month pays all. CBS, 2 bedroom, large kitchen * *

f large closets, appliances. Only $9,200 total DRIVE BY THEN BUY


\ Large modem CBS, 4 bedroom, built-in kitchen, din 1411 N.W. 15TH ST. QUALIFY.

( ing room, utility room, patio. Appliances, air con $295 DOWN $69 MONTHLY 335 N.W. 43rd St. 3 bedroom, 2 bath

r ditioned many extras fenced. $14,000 total 3 bedroom 1 bath Only $7,950 total 354 N.W. 43rd St. 2 bedroom, 2 bath
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$1,600 down 6930 N.W 6th Ave. Almost new CBS Duplex

IF YOU ARE BEING DISPLACED, LET US This beautiful large hone. You may move In today.... * *

bedroom, CBS, newly painted in and out.... 35 N.W. 41st St. -1 2 furnished houses

Truly a bargain. To see is to buy 7000 N.W. 5th Ave. Duplex, $80 month
4260 NW 7ft Ave. 758-555) ********************** 244 N.W. 46th St. CBS, $67 month

$500 DOWN 11 WEEKLY 1866 N.W. 47th St. CBS, 3 bedroom plus cottage

Calloway presents Wigs By Mr. Bond and a
fabulous Nite of Stars, Friday, August 27, 9:30: p.m. at the 2 bedroom, CBS, real doll house and no qualifying ,
I Hamtpon House. Highlights of the evening will be dancing, : :
entertainment, hair styles and fashions, featuring the music TRIO REALTYPL EpOt I RElll ,Refljfprs
of Charles
Austin and his orchestra. Mid night drawing.Who
will be the four winners. For a Mr. Bond Wig,
1 years sub .
scription to the Miami Times, champagne dinner for two at LjJJ8Jf''f"l..yr'jjjjpjlrr'fllrlr"?! -. .171 NvE 62nd.Sf 1514441
the Hampton House and a facial and whirlpool bath at Sue's ,
Health and
Reducing Center. You must ,be present to win.
Admission free.

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II J Deposit this coupon at any ;;.w., ( I Hone With Offices Income Units
I ft. e.authoized Mr. Bond Wig 'it / 1
'( .\ Salon, the Miami Times or ';: 1
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/, the Hampton House. '. t, r.. tj of 1 ,.

j A wig styled and set by Mr. Bond WigsA

Sunday dinner and cocktails for two at the .
Hampton HouselA I ry ryA

one year's subscription to the Miami Times

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1 Coupons may be molUJ to P.0.L9608 *CORNER TO CORNER
1 All winners must be present at the drawing to be held I
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