The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 24, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00421

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Vol. 43, No. 43 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1966 16 PAGES 15*

I Posse Slays Killer of ; '2 Women I 1

A Negro accused slaying his left hand and re-loading Fla. to avoid prosecution for of one and shot a 10-year-old Uplt&d1
two women, raping a girl and with his right, until he died. robbery. youth.
wounding two officers in No order was given him to After Williams was killed,
An irate mob of some 600 that the merchant had
his did match slapped
fingerprints not
Donalsonville halt. had shot officerin
Oa., on SUn- He one White said that the hours
day, was slain in a blazing the face after offering to Lumpkin! later, the man was cornered at Negroes let loose their furyon a 10-year-old boy. 1
gunfight as a posse using give up, the report said. church. He cried"don't shoot," a section of Pompano Beach The disturbance lasted
bloodhounds and aircraft Sheriff Dan White said and appeared to surrender, Tuesday night, hurling stones from 7 p.m. until 1:30 a.m.,
closed in on him. Identified ail Robert Lee 200-300 officers from Georgia, but as an officer approached, through store windows,settinga but the damage was surprisingly
Armed with a single shot Williams, the victim was first Florida and Alabama scouredthe he whipped up the shotgunand car on .fire and injuring a little, and there was no
policeman.The looting, police said.
gun, the suspect returned the believed to be Henry Lee southwest Georgia area blasted him in the face
riot, which started in Arthur Marks, of
42 owner
fire of the officers who sur- Lumpkin 47. wanted by the after Williams killed two Negro and chest, shot a dog handler
the Hammondville Road area the store, and his wife
rounded him, shooting with FBI for fleeing Jacksonville, women, raped the daughter and ran again. were
near the Pompano Farmers escorted by pollce'throu&h
Market, grew out of the the threatening mob. Marks
alleged beating of a Negro was taken to the station and
boy by a white store owner. booked on charges of assault

An estimated 150 policemenwere and battery on affidavit signed
rushed to the scene, including by the boy's father.Marks was
members of the Florida released on a $500 bond.
Highway Patrol, the Broward The Negroes, Patricia
W Sheriff's Separtment, Ft. Lau- Mills, 23. and Dan Akles'
derdale Police Departmentand were arrested and charged as
a dog unit from the Hollywood being the ring leaders. They
police force. were released on their own
The rioters smashed several recognizance.All .
of the windows of the
store set a parked
car aflame and overturned supermarket were smashed.
benches, said Sgt. Thomas Several police officers were
struck by stones and bottles.
WA Jones of the Pompano '
Acting Broward Sheriff Tom
Beach police. Walker went through the crowd
Twenty-seven Negroes were with a bullhorn, yelling to the

a ._ .__. arrested on disorderly conduct rioters to disburse and obey
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charges. Two policemen were the law.

The Winnerll!! "Miss Tan America 1966-67," (center). hurt by flying bottles. The shouting jeering

Dolores Evans, of Tucson, Arizona, was crowned at "Miss Photogenic" finalists, selected during the Police said that thousands crowd, faced by police armed
the climax of the second annual Miss Tan, America second annual Miss Tan America 'Pageantleft to of Negroes from Pompano with three foot riot clubs, r _

Pageant, held at the Dallas Memorial Auditorium on right) Kewanee;,Malone, Miss Tan Birmingham; Glenda districts Beach and surged the through neighboring the cleared riot guns the and street tear at gas 1:30, finally a.m.., 1? ;;.

Friday night,June.,10th. pictured with Miss"Evans are Locust, Miss Tan Oklahoma City;,"Helen Miller, Miss streets as the rumor spread Wednesday.
the runners-up, Glenda Locust, Miss Tan Oklahoma Tan Columbia; and Cassandra Jackson, Miss Tan

City (left), and Harriett Rhett, Miss Tan Stamford Chicago. The winner was Miss Helen Miller.
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Brotherly love in Philadelphia drove up and started firing at the hecklers exploded firecrackers freedom. We are here to save
Miss. bok another them.The he told them: America. We are here to save Man Killed When Car
vacation Tuesday when a shooting Is said to "We are not afraid. We are you. Why don't you whites 1
group led by Dr. Martin have started as civil rights going to work together for understand this?
Luther King in a memorial leaders debated the merits of Crashes Into Parked Bus
march in honor of three slain violence and nonviolencewhen -- -- -- -
civil ,rights workers, ran intoa they returned to Philadelphia KLANSMEN/ FINGERED Four hours after: tie had fatal accident, a hit-and-run
stone-throwing, fistswinging as part of the Mississippi gotten a speeding'ticket, a driver had wrecked the bus
fight. march. 35-year-old man was killed and it was left at 2331 NW v.
late early Monday when his 1964 62nd St.The .
City policesaid
day night that a white man AS the heckling and shouting BY ACCOMPLICEAS car crashed into the back ofa dead man was :identified -
of the whites mounted, parked Metro bus. as John Willie McGhee of
of was wounded In during a flurry Dr. King said, "I'm not afraidof Just one hour before the 4030 NW 3rd Avenue.
gunfire Philadelphia'sNegro any man. Before I will bea MURDERERSTwo
section. Other sources slave, .I will be dead in
identified the wounded man my li illy 1a lilt1rR s 9a lsl a>I Lr71a ills
grave. of three white men ,as members of either the
err ss-errs ssac s
as Stanley Stewart. Several white men reportedly arrested in Natchez, Miss., United Klans of America or the -----
whites and charged with the murderof America or the White Knightsof
.Negroes and ex screamed "We'll help you. --auras eras rss 1a
changed gunfire near the King blamed the federal an elderly Negro by shoot- the Klu Klux Klan, a Mississippi
Freedom Democratic Party and local authorities for not ing him with a rifle and a group. -
headquarters where Negroes doing anything to prevent the shotgun, have been named by Jones testified that L :_
aid three carloads of whites attack on the marchers. As the third as the killers. Both White's body was dumpledinto F i 71 11$
of them were identified as the creek at Kingston,
Klansmen.On about 10 miles southeast of _
June 10 the trio were Natchez. _
f .... charged in the slaying of Ben ,_
Chester White, 65, ''whose __
body.was found two days laterin Publishers To
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by 17 rifle slugs, and a shotgun ..;
biast in the head. J Make I RvsswurM "
James L. Jones, 56, pf 1 vtl '
:- 'Natchez testified 'Monday in
words' *
fl.'" Monday tn a preliminary hearing 1 t r
w. for Claftde Fuller, 46, of *

Natchez, and Ernest Avants, PHILADELPHIASeveral
35, of Washington, Mias., leading national figures will
that Fullershot White' with receive, the coveted Ru..-
"'A the rifle and directed,Avants wurm t';;awards at ,an awards' I
to shoot him ,with the shot- dinner Friday by the National
aunt Newspaper Publishers association. '
Jones pleased guilty, and .
I z testified that he drove the car Among the honorees will be
the night of June 10, and that Willie Mays, San Francisco
Reverend J. A. Simons, a retired Methodist minis after Fuller told him to burn Giants star; John II. Johnson,

ter from West Palm Beach, Florida at the age of 94 his new car because it was Johnson Publishing company,
member of the Central spattered with blood. Chicago; Rep. Adam Clayton RECEIVES PLAQUE Mrs. Hulda Margaret
the living Juris-
.years, is oldest shown Fuller and Avants, who Powell Jr. (D-N.Y.); Asa T. Lyttle Frazier, former dean of the School of Nursing at
diction Conference. He is being congratulatedfor before
pleased not guilty Spaulding, North Carolina
participating in the 95th Session of the Florida County Judge Robert A. Mutual Insurance Co; Andrew Meharry Medical College, receives a plaque comme-
Annual Conference at Bethune-Cookman College at Bonds, were ordered held T. Brimmer, Federal Reserve morating her years of service from Dr. Harold D. West, ,s
Daytona Beach,by Bishop James Henley, Southeastern without bond for action of the Board member; Oov. EdwardT. president of the college. The award was presented
Jurisdiction from Lakeland, Fla. Looking on at left, is Adams County Grand Jury. Breathitt of Kentucky; Sunday night at the Amual Alumni Banquet at Me.
Williams from Jacksonville and to the The House Committee on U. S. AttyOen. Nicholas Kat- harry. Mrs. Frazier is the wife of the late Dr. S. M.
Rev. B. F.
J. Un-American Activities has :zenbach: ; and Mrs. Lyndon B. Frazier pioneer Miami physician.
extreme right is Rev. Sheppard of Miami. ,identified Puller and Avants Johnson. ,

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2 'THE MIAMI TIMES, Frldflf) June( 24, 1966

. Urban League Job fair Big Success

The fact that industrialand Florida Power and Light Co. "We were most impressedby
commercial establish- and Calvin E. Jennings were the many favorable cowmen -
ments in greater Miami are the coordinator of the Job ts from interviewers who r
ready and willing to hire Fair, the first time held in the were highly enthusiastic about
minority group graduates of Miami area. It was in line with the calibre of the youthful ,
high schools and colleges was the Urban League's effort toward Negro applicants," said Mr.
amply demonstrated by the work force integrationand Crawford.
success of the recent Job received full cooperation
Fair, according to the Greater from the Guidance Departmentof "These teen-agers didn't

Miami Urban League which Dade County School Board come' to the Job Fair out of ., .*..,.
sponsored it. Equal! Oppcrtunity Employers, mere curiosity, they came be- yi ?
Top personnel people! from and Plan C for Progress cause, they meant business e
33 different companies inter- companies.Most and were prepared to discuss I Ir
viewed some 350 applicants applicants were seeking their qualifications.
during a Four-hour session,I either initial jobs of a
and among those who hired permanent nature or trying to "Most of the 33 participating -
several persons on the spot, up-grade their present employ companies indicated that
were Jordan Marsh and Grand ment. Many were given spe- the Job Fair was a worth-
Union Supermarket. Many Individuals cific advice on additional while project and should be f w
were invited to come training that would be adven- amplified and repeated," de- s zrd 1
to employer's personnel offices tageous to them in gaining clared Mr. Jennings, the
for further interviews. employment, and all were League's associate director
George V. Crawford, assistant made aware of the employment in charge of Job Developmentand :
personnel director of opportunities in Miami. Employment.Druggists rffIf
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IIIr: (, .t Commissioner Athalie Range addressed members of the Florida Association of
.1 r1.1. which the held at the Torch of
,>...e ,' Women's Clubs at a memorial ceremony group Friend.
ship honoring the late President Kennedy. The four-day Miami conventiontbegroup's

4I -, 58th-ended June 15. Mrs. Alice Moore, of West Palm Beach, was elected

state president; Mrs. Elizabeth Curtis, president of the Dade County Associationwas

named first vice-president. Miami Metro News Bureau photo.

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...; discussion groupsare
now underway at the ... ,.
Brownsville Community Center East: 'Coast
2741 NW 49th Street, on I
Tuesday and Thursday nights '..
starting at 8 p.m. Parents in Tailors

the area are invited to attend FEATURING' THE HEW
"' -" anyone of these sessions. ',_'\AICi'S&ACIC:: SUIT.
The project is under joint U".t 1 ,Fents' lor rSali.
sponsorship of Greater Miami : ''tI. .: ': ,
Smllln Eddie Lee Pitt- ,
fA1tsretiosnj'end Remod.li"
Urban League and Family local busi- |
Seven pharmacists representing JosephPoitier of Economy Simms states that if you Service of Dade County. For man nessman popular., Is the new own- S :aSERVICEf'INW'62 : '1
five drug stores owned Drug Store was chosen as belong to a profession and additional information, please er of the Dive-Inn Bar, ST.. '
and operated by Negroes recently -temporary chairman with the wish to do as the druggists, call project II ENABLE." 1772 NW 79th St. Phone p tF8=39'O'I
held their !first meet- others' in attendance serving call him and he will make the 696-5717 or 696-5718. We will 091-9431. He invites all .fi A ing. They gathered in answerto as temporary steering committee. necessary arrangements. be looking for youll!! his old friends to come' 'Artytlm.you"..
the plea of Robert H. Simms Druggists other than Mr. and meet new friends.
director of Small Business Poitier in attendance were
Development Center to busi- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ed- '
ness owners and operators of wards of Richmond Drugs; \\ ,
similar businesses to unite Samuel Johnson of Economy \
I" into an organizational struc- Drugs; Sidney Cox of Service
ture. The purpose of this Drugs and Eddie Gibson of :
structure is to develop better Eddie's Drugs. An invitationis
ways of improving their ser- being sent to other independent -
vices and commodities to the druggists to affiliate
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t \ THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 24, 1966 3 1

Ebony Publisher Named Spingam Medalist State Voters League Meet 1

'\} NEW YORK The Spin- June 16, NAACP Executive ceived of a picture magazine To Plan Registration DriveFor 1
;, gam Medal, awarded annually Director Roy Wilkins cited to reflect the brighter side of
by the National Associationfor Mr. Johnson's outstanding the Negro's life. This is the the purpose of initiating activities throughout Florida
the Advancement of Colored achievement as journalistand present EBONY which now a voter registration drive from Dr. Von D. Mizell of Ft.
; People to a Negro American businessman; his enhancement tr has a circulation of over for the summer, the Executive Lauderdale, a member of the
I for distinguished achievement, of the Negro's 900,000 monthly. TAN, a Committee of the Florida Board of Directors.J. .
will be presented this year to self-image through his publications magazine for women, followed Voters League will meet at P. Moses of St. Petersburg -
John II. Johnson, president of ; and his commitmentto soon after, and in 1951 came 10:30 a.m. Saturday, June a member of the Boardof
Johnson Publishing Companyof the attainment of "full and JET, the first weekly Negro 25, at the Sadler Hotel, Orlando Directors, has been selected
Chicago. lie is the publisher equal treatment of all Ne ;., magazine in the country, temporary chairman for
and editor of EBONY groes." t which sells over 400.000 copies In making the announcement -the Board of Directors of the
JET NEGRO DIGEST and Presentation of the awardto a week.Mr. League President L. V. League. He is affiliated with \
TAN magazines.In Mr. Johnson, the 51st Johnson becomes the Davis said that other itemson the Civil Liberties Union. .
announcing the award Spingam medalist, will be second publisher to receivethe the agenda will cover a League President L. V.
coveted award. In 1955, it revision of Florida Voters Davis will preside.
1s was presented to Carl Murphy, League Constitution; redistricting I I
publisher o( the AfroAmericanchain the Voters League to
of newspapers based in coincide with the reapportionment -
Baltimore. Other distingusihed plan; recommendationsfrom the
Spingam medalists include Attorney I. W.Williams of
Leontyne Price, Marian Anderson St. Petersburg, the League'svice }
JOHN H. JOHNSON Langston Hughes, president, who will report i
Roy Wilkins, Dr. Martin Luther on the proceedings of the 0ACl
made at a dinner meeting during King, Jr., Dr.Ralph Bunche, Panama City 1966 Annual
the 57th annual NAACP Thurgood Marshall, A. Philip Meeting which took place
convention in Los Angeles, Randolph and Dr. Kenneth April 23-24; and a report on
July 5-9. Clark. the outstanding local League

Mr. Johnson started his r
publishing "empire" with a \
+p'1rT $500 loan in November, J942,
and the idea of creating the
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at Day CampMembers :

of Mrs. K. B. The camp is drawing from
all over Dade County, but the ,
Cadette Troop 879
weekend.largest single group registeredcomes
recently spent a
from South Miami
camping at Choee-Howlette,, ,
Heights, with fifteen campers
site of a Girl Scout CouncilDay '
all signed up. Call Girl /
Camp which runs eight
Scout headquarters, 379-4516
weeks between July 18-28.
and asked for a summer camp I
Sharon Butler, Andrea Johnson -
and Claudette Coakley folder and registration blank.It Mack BarkUy's Bar and

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Mrs. ,
Deborah Wells stirring the advisor to senior Troop old {friends and is looking Part of the throng of youngsters that were on hand for the third annual cele-

pot's contents.after softball.They are relaxing 503., which just returned froma everyday to meet new friends.We bration of the dedication of Elizabeth Virrick Park surrond prominent city govern- :

, The July Day Camp is opento trip to Nassau.and non-Scout) can serve you with homo ment and Dade County civic leaders at the Coconut Grove facility. From left; the '*" i
Girls (Scout
.both Scout and non-Scout also may' attend'Hialeah Day cooked food and old trickery Theodore Gibson, .Mrs. Elizabeth Virrick, Vice-Mayor Stephen Clark and Kenneth .

t girls, the only provision being Camp July 5-14 or Carol City barbecue. I am sure you will Treister, the park's designer. Miami-Metro News Bureau,photo.
that they are seven or Periwinkle July 18-28, the enjoy It, If not, don't tell a
older. Mrs. Frank Crawford of
same dates ChoeeHowletteruns. friend, tell MS. -
14250 Madison St., will direct The closest camp probably ; 'P.
the camp and offer an is the best bet for any AT MODERATE'ATES -CALL
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 24, 1966
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H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor By Booker T. Hayes .;\\ I II \, \. '. Dade Mi.imum
WilLiAM w. MCBRIDE city Editor 1J

OSCAR W. WEAVER, CirculationAdvertising Monagw "Integrity" uprightness, soundness of character 't" : Housing CodekNeeds

Member ol the National Newspaper Publishers!! Association moral wholeness.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES These are but three of the meanings of the wordwe ; UpdatingHERE

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 began to hear so often during the beginning of the
second Burns-High clash. This is the word the Governor IS CONCLUSIVE PROOF. .

Entered as Second Class Matter, August, 1927 at the Pas* has termed unforgiveable. He considered it a per-
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 sonal vilification by Mr. High designed to tarnish his
before the residents of the state. He feels the
Office ,nt 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1.0421 image
damage produced by Mr. High's constant plea for integrity -

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" in government has impaired his memory to the f.
The NEGRO PRESS believes thot America can best lead voters. :'
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accords Nothing said, or indulged in by Mr. High could do
to every man regardless of race, creed or color his
human and legal rights, Hating no man, fearing no man-the more to prove the truthfulness of this charge than the
Negro Press strives to help every man In the film belief that actions of the Governor since the returns from the
oil men are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. primary were posted. He has laid bare a vile and unforgiving i

soul. He has shown a degree of pettiness I.
can only consider.childlish in nature. He shows signsof
bitterness that makes me wonder if he hasn't lost
Florida's 137 savings and loan association. more than the Governorship of the state. He gives the
port record business in loans despite a marked slow impression of having lost his livelihood.
'down in savings. The refusal of Mr. Burns to lend support to Mayor
The Loan League said that during the first five Robert King High should serve as a slap in the face

months of 1966, mortgage lending has totaled $421 to Democrats throughout the state. He is openly defy-
million of which'$162 million went into construction ing the mandate of the majority, having indicated r
loans. through their power of voting his leadership is no
William D. Hussey, the Loan League's executive longer suffice. He has attempted to create further dis- :.;# wY

vice president said this is a record high in both lend- cussion among the members of the party. This might,
ing, categories for the savings and loan associationsfor mean but one thing, an alliance has been reached

the first five months of any one year. between the Governor and the Republican Candidate.It .

... appears the power structure has applied to pressurein
MORE MONEY AVAILABLEThe an effort to receive a return on their investmentsin

house Banking committee has approved a the Burn's campaign. I can conjecture no other
bill designed to make available another $2 billion into reason for a sworn Democrat to bolt the party line.

the tight money market for people who want to buy or It also appears the word loyalty does not rest
build homes. well with the Governor. He appears confused as to its
The proposal had the backing of the Federal Re- meaning. After making an announcement such as his,
serve Board chairman William McChesney Martin. he had the gall to say that he will remain loyal to the Astounding as it.may seem, repairs on the above
,Democratic, party. It would be interesting to know by "miniature fire trap," measuring only 9x13 ft. and
the Burn's standard where loyalty begins. When no containing only one room and 'a bath have been com-
Last Saturday a group of Miamians began a Marchto pleted and is now being offered for rent for human
opportunity to rebuff Mayor High presented itself the
Ft. Lauderdale some 30 miles north of Miami. Rea- habitation at the ridiculously high price of $16 per
Governor invented one. This shows he has a zest for
son for the demonstration was to express sympathywith week. .
getting revenge. Could it be that he is seeking
and show their disapproval of the brutal way This "shack"is one of 13 frame buildings locatedon
venge on Democratic party as a whole for not hav-
James Meredith was treated while marching on a a 100x100 ft. lot on the southwest of north-
ing voted for his return? If this is the case, he has corner
Mississippi highway. added another blunder that will make those of the run- west 22nd ave. and 61st st.
Other reasons include encouraging registration off look like miniatures.I On March 18, 1966, this column called public attention .

.. voters and according leaf lets distributed, "Misuse of do not feel that an endorsement by Mr. Burns to the fact that Metropolitan Dade County had

federal funds for the Vietnamese war. The march had was necessary, nor do I feel that Mayor High thought it issued building permits to Etha Bech as owner and
police protection and was orderly, but many of them necessary. I believe Mayor High felt, if a little humilityon L. A. Bech as contractor allowing the repair of these
fell our before reaching their destination at 3 p.m., his behalf would bring about unity of the party, he shacks, which by even the most outdated code should
however, a number of Broward County marchers joined would be justified in making whatever gestures ne- have been condemned and razed long ago.

them. cessary to, make it possible. Mr. Burns used Mayor Failing to believe that in this' modern day and
High's party loyaltjiras bait, and being the loyal Demo- age, building permits could possibly have been issuedto
In Itta, Mississippi, Dr. Martin Luther King, last crat that he is, the'Mayor was suckered in, but only repair and rent these potential death traps, this
Saturday' led the Mississippi freedom walkers down a after invitation.The writer, along with several other interested citizens

sun-scorched highway, marked by a burning cross anda genius of the man who will be our next governor complained to the Dade County Minimum Housing De-
billboard allegedly picturing Dr. King.at a Communist has really been something to watch. He told partment. It was pointed out that the present minimum

school. the people of Florida they lacked integrity in their code is such that will permit this type of deplorable

government. He has proven beyond a shadow of a doubt situation to exist and be perpetuated.
SOUTH DADE PARKAn that this charge is true.. The ethics shown by our pre- These permits were issued with the understanding -
84-acre park for South Dade county is in the sent governor leaves much to be desire. that these shacks would be classified as "Room-

offing. On Monday, the Metro Commission unanimously ing Units" Accordingto the present code, "Room-
authorized County Manager Porter Homer to enter into Unit" shall mean any room or group of rooms, form
._ negotiations for the purchase of property at SW 70th Phil OssoferIn ing a single habitable unit, used or intended to be
Ave., north of Bird Road, subject to approval of federal used for living and sleeping but not for cooking or
funds. An application for $500,000 will be made. America, our distinguished am wondering if Southern eating purposes; making it a violation of the codeif
Metro's manager has included $500.000 in Metro's having men schools are honored by legislators had a hand in bestowing more than one person resides in these units and if
proposed '66-67 budget for the county's share ofthe other librariesand this poorly chosen cooking is done.
public buildings honor. They may have visua-
land acquisition cost. named after them. Usually lized Dr. Carver as having From where I sit it would be extremely naive to

these honors are appropriateand been a menace to those Southern believe that anyone is going to pay $16 per week,live
Dr. Samuel Nabrit, president of Texas Southern befitting the man so institutions which foster alone and refrain from cooking in one of these units.
University has been named as a member of the Atomic honored. Booker T. Washing ignorance and segregation.Dr. Hence, this writer strongly recommends that these
Energy Commission, the first Negro to be so honored.He ton schools, an educator, had many Carver was a menanceto units be kept under the constant scrutiny of the

said he feels his race is unimportant in the kind of Military heroes named have after had army him. wasn't such institutions a killer. He, but he minimum housing enforcement officer.
service he has been called to render. "I bases destroyed We feel that this
upon am and ships named after his enemies by making friendsout 22nd avenue "mess"conclusive-
being appointed merely because I am a scientist and them. This is good. of them. ly points out the dire need for an updating of the

an administrator."On Now comes an "honor" toa Metropolitan Dade County Minimum Housing Code.
great American: a scientist,
the other hand,this does mean this is another an educator and a humani- S NEGRO TRUCK DRIVERS EMPLOYED BY MIAMI
occasion for the tarian, Dr.
young Negroes see opportunitiesfor George Washington SANITATION
upward movement our society permits." Carver, an agricultural DEPARTMENT
genius (number 1 in my From
.. Dr. Nabrit is the brother of the president of Ho- bookl!), a man who spent every attention where I sat on April 8. 1966 I invited your
ward University of Washington, D. C.,James .Nabrit Jr. moment of his waking hoursto to the fact that my 10-year-old son, Mike
who is now serving as deputy U.S. representative to work for the betterment 0 f flh 7 had seen only Negroes picking up garbage, but had
the status of his fellowmen, never seen a Negro and
the United Nations. garbage or trash .truck driver
The Miami Times offers congratulations. black given and white has been had floored me by asking, why?
an "honor" that
Copies of
torts his this issue were sent to the powers that
true image this be and
of now we are Pleased to that the City of
GRADUATES AT 18 man peace has had a nu- Miami report
clear submarine, built for destruction Sanitation Department now employs six Negro
Mrs. Callie Campbell, 78 years of age, was a re- and death, named x truck drivers.
cent graduate from the eighth grade in Fresno, Cali after him. 1
fornia. Receiving her diploma, she declared: she will I question such an honor ,
endeavor to finish high school. He was a man whose thoughts
were Christ-like, a man who
Mrs. callie attended school until she was 16, gave freely of his talents to A MILKING GOOD TIME
but only went two months in summer and two in winter. benefit his fellowmen. lie of -
She worked until she was 70 years of age. Two years ten turned down large checks An appreciation program City Commissioner Athalie Range competed in tl
later her husband died. She resumed her studies at because he felt that God's honoring Rev. J. Benjamin fourth annual Dade County Cow Milking championship;
75, as she did not "want to be dumb." gifts were free for all, and he Blackncll, pastor of St. James Miami baseball stadium, only to lose to the perreni--
left the marketing of his products AME Church, will be held at champ, Metro Commissioner Joe Boyd. Also competm
She was born in Conway, Ark., is the mother of to those who sought 8:00 p.m. Monday June 27th in the VIP division Nachwalter an
children 35 grandchildren at 81. James were Judge' George
nine 26 greatgrand child- profits. ME Church,
:-- 1845 NW City Commissioner Irwin Christie. The contest was spa
ren and two great, great grandchildren.A I am sure the government 65th SU Southeast
could find ; Plans are being made sored for the Dairy Night'game and celebrated by
record to be proud of. she has a better. way to. now
certainly our for
Ret. Florida
Blacknell's the attendee
perpetuate the name of such a trip to Dairy Institute. .Rain hurt
congratulations.. .... great man- England and to attend when only 4,111 turned out compared to 14,447
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-. THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 24, 1966 5 1
Florida Memorial College is on display in the windowof MILITARY
Roosevelt Savings and Loan. EGELLOCS FINAL j


Tames "Bin lira" Williams, ex-Rattler star has 196566The
left Blake High in Tampa for a coaching position at Mrs. Brenda BakerA

Southern University in Louisiana. The successful Egelloc Civic and
J i f coach has a fine 83-19 won-lost record. in Miami newly which organized is sponsoredfor club here Social Club held its final

George Dunn, his three sons and daughter, Marty, the benefit of women whose( meeting on Saturday June
Vincent, Tony and Joyce piled into the family car and The Rev. C. H. Thompson, pastor of Transfiguration husbands are overseas, is the 18, 1966 at the home of the
motored Cleveland this week on a two-week vaca- Baptist Church, Nassau, arrived in Miami on June Military ,Wives Club. The president-elect Mrs. Christine
tion. The Dums pfan makingfrequent stops on the way 17 for a three-month vacation in the' U.S. He is accompanied primary objective of the club, Eve.The
with Tallahassee being the first. The party will also by his daughter, Mrs. 'Frances Stubbs. They are to provide companionshipto meeting served a twofold )
motor to Pittsburgh for a visit. left for Tampa Tuesday morning. In Miami, they were women whose husbands are purpose: the installation
of new officers for the term
the guests of Deacon and Mrs. A. Dean and the Rev. thousands of miles away to 1966-67 and the awardingof )1
Among those attending the North Carolina Mutual and Mrs. L. A. Thompson.IT'S provide an. opportunity for women gifts for services.Mrs. .
i "meet" on Miami Beach last week were Mr. and Mrs. to share mutual interestsand Owendolyn Howard
Charles Bostic and Mr. and Mrs. Grady Bell of Washington TIME TO REMEMBER to provide a chance for. conducted a very impressive \I
these women to 'give mOlU'support
, D. C.Mrs. candle light installation ceremony. -
v Wedding Anniversary Greetings to: June 24- to each other.' .. Officers for 196667are

vA Laura Gibson and son James of St. Peters- Norman and Gwendolyn Howard; June 26, Mr. and Mrs. Earlier this year the Red Mrs. Christine Eve pre-
burg were guests of the D. W. Wilsons over the week- L. Adderly; June 29, Larry and Queenie Hall; June Cross went through their sident; Mrs. Alzelena Pink-
end. 30, Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Childs and Mr. and Mrs. Otto files and sent notices to women ney first vice president; Mrs.
McQueen. whose husbands were in Ruth N. Polite, second vice
Happy Birthday to: Bernice Greene; June 23, Joan Vietnam. At the first meeting president Mrs. Grace Smith,
Sharla and Shame', twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
Al Jackson celebrated their first birthday last Saturday.Mrs. Williams; June 25, Emerald Higgs; June 28, PatriciaE. March 10, seven women got recording secretary; Mrs. ,I\
and discussed future Pauline Johnson financial
Smith; June 29, Hubert Thompson; June 20 Ronald together
Smith, Janice 0. Brady and James Greene II. activities for the organization. secretary Mrs. Delores Covin ,
Eddie Daniels is in Abbeyville, South Caro- corresponding secretary Mrs. .-
lina at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. GeorgiannaGray. THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: The fifth meeting was held Verneka Silva, treasurer and
June 1 at the Red Cross. Miss Jacqueline Dayreporter. .\
It is well to think well; it is divine to act well. Membership increased to 29, Mrs. Ruth Polite made \

Nice to know that Kitty Donaldson has been dis- Horace Mann and President officers is Mrs.were Mary elected.Jane presentations to'members of
the club.
charged from Cedars of Lebanon and ,is convalescingat -.. ._, Colomb wife of Army Capt. graduating daughters presented of.the
home. *,.. rf
Francis Colomb vice
D. ; pre- Egelloc Club members with
sident, Mrs. Mary Edwards, gifts and words of encourage
w Ralph and Errol Mi?ell, sons of the Earl Mizellsare wife of Staff Sgt. Joseph N. ment.

getting their 'gear' together in preparation for Edwards; secretary, Mrs. A delightful social hour :
Saturday when they take off for camp. Carol Stone, wife of Marine was held by the members and .:
Capt. Alan stone. Meetings their friends.Mrs. Wilhelmenia

Carol Ann Johnson and brother David Jr. are are to be held the first Wed- Jennings, past president pre
their nesday of each month. Between sided over the
spending vacation touring the Northeastern'states. meeting. The
tggellocs r are happy to have, ti
bers invite other members
had her to serve for two successful
their neighborhoods to their
Master Sgt. Thomas Brassfield and wife Emma, homes for informal coffees. years.

few in the with their sister and
spent a days city The husbands,representing I
. brother-in-law, the J. Howard Bryants and their brother, Z all branches of the armed HEPBURNWILMOREWEDDING 1 I
Joseph Morman. The Brassfields have purchased a forces are scattered over the '
home and will return in the fall. Mrs. Brassfield will globe in Spain Thailand,
reIn dm return to begin teaching in the public school system Alaska the Phillipines,
while M/Sgt. Brassfield completes his last year of' Korea, Germany, Turkey, Okinawa Charlie Miss Wilmore Jean C. were Hepburn married and
and Vietnam.Mrs. .
service in the state of Washington.Mrs. Friday
erIt evening June 17, at
Dixie Smith Mrs. Temple Baptist Church. The
Pauline Davis and Mrs. Elizabeth (Dell) Preston Thai and Mrs. John 'bride was given in marriage
Smith have returned to Nassau after a two-weeks vacation Hopper comprise the Red Cross by her father. Deacon Reubin
h as guests of her daughter and son-in-law, the 11111/I advisory committee to the Hepburn. The attendantswere
Roy Georges.Mrs. / club. Mr. H. Breeder and'Mr.
jii! and Mrs. Roland Hepburn, the
Albert (Dicie') a Mr. and Mrs. and Samuel The club wishes to extendan bride's brother and.laterlnlaw. -
Mr. and Mrs. Alfonzer Powell (Loretta) celebrated invitation to all military _
Brown motored down from Melbourne for a weekendsun their fifth wedding anniversary, Wednesday, June 22. wives in this area to attend The ceremony was performed
ldW surf and fishing. Mrs. Powell sends anniversary greetings to her husband the next meeting. Contact the by the Rev.' L. A. N.
'Red Cross at PL 1-6661. Thompson.
who is stationed in Vietnam.
Houseguesting with Blanche Welch and daughter,

Id Genethia, is Evelina Bowman of Atlanta. Genethiaand
Evelina are teachers in Atlanta's public school
system. roA

ISIS Mr. and Mrs. Arthur King entertained friends at errss}' ,./ N..: BUYING A NEW CAR ? ?
e- 't
their houseblessing on Sunday, June 19. Rev. EdwardT.
m Graham officiated at the ceremony.
Ie :!. .
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Congratulations to Sneryl Jane Lewis, recipientof t -
the Egelloc scholarship award. Sheryl is the daughter : \

Inn.- of Major and Jane Lewis. v

1- Sharon Devoe is spending the summer with her

Iex aunt and uncle, the Barney (Helen Higgs) Holstons of

Hampton, 'Virginia.WEDDING .


Invitations have been issued for the marriage of

o Betty Lou Johnson and James R. Jones on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel
Church. Lou is the Bennett St. of 314 Amelia St.,
e June 26 at Mt. Zion Baptist Betty

>> daughter of Mr..and Mrs. Frederick L. Johnson of Mia- their announce daughter the Olenda graduation Bennett of finance Your Car with Our

e mi and James is the son of the James E. Jones and Simmons, cum laude fromSt.
' the late Mrs. Mamie T. Jones of Greensboro, North Augustine's College, May
Carolina.An 29, in Raleigh N. C.

impromptu beach party and breakfast at Baker's Mrs. Simmons is the wife

e Haul over Beach, Tuesday was fun for Evelina Bow- of Seaman James Simmon
stationed in Camden New
and Simmons, Merle and Shelia
man, Mattie Margaret Jersey where she will be
Ill Barkley, Genethia and Blanche Welch and Clarice working this year. Attending 1. Shop around for the car you wan). Bring us the
Littles.Get. her graduation were her
make model and price
mother Mrs. Norma Bennett, ':r ,
well wishes to Alma Lucille Crawford at Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Sutton '
Baptist Hopsital, Lee Guions at Mt. Sinai Hospital, and children, sister of Mrs. 2. We will okay your loan quickly and with no red

.e and Louise Riley at Jackson Hospital, Missouri Doster. Bennett and her brother and tape. Our loan policy is very liberal we want '..
wife, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
fdd to make loans.
Sympathy to the Ball, Smith, Thompson and Golden Bennett.

families in the loss of their loved ones. 3. Interest can bras low as 4%% on a new car, and
is payments for as long as 36 months-the lowest
Jfo Miss Sonia Potlenger of Kingston, Jamaica
visiting relatives and friends in between business I,1..l payments possible. We also make loans on used

deals. Sonia is the owner of a recording studio in "Any wh.r. In the world cars up to 5 years old. .

Kingston. you want to go" .
from their business (Sunlight nans COSTNOMOKSAT
Taking a holiday
Beauty School) the D. A. Julius' enjoyed the hospita- LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK
lity of the folks of Guatemala (a republic in north-
western Central America). A most thrilling adventureis [1] OP MIAMI

t the report by the globetrotters (Lurelle and David). 7Z YEL BUIlUI/ lustfully integrated bank In the entire SMrttoff
right here tit the Edison Financial Center
Ii Dr. Ben Atkinson attended the East Coast Dental ,"Your Neighborhood/ TrawlAgents" 6013 N.W.7th Avenue NIOIW 75441 I
inan Association meeting in Montego Bay, Jamaica last.

0 As fifflr to you as your .
Ithnc totvphono. Give/ us a call. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:30 om to 2 pm; Fridays 930.. to 1'pm y.
Alkin Hepburn, BTW High head .Wo dollvor. 1104 NW 3rd and 5 pta to 8 '11I. Drive-In/ Window open Monday thru Friday/ 2 t. S pm; Saturdays 9 to
has resigned from the school system to work with Avo. 'FR 9-8431. Chas. C.
North, noon.
en Co. Monooer.
Equitable Life Insurance ....borr Federal Rosorvo S.t.... and Fodorol Deposit/ I"ae c. Cor.o tloji

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THE MIAMI TIMES., Friday... June 24.9&67.

4r..r p I -.. ..J. ,", ......., .....r-... .,.. this Recreation Community Senior Citizens. ,:
i rlV "r -,
,tI' Center. Two more housing pro-
-.-.......... ),' to r The tenants also have the jects (Senior Citizens) will .. I
,. l (.IJI.: 't; '''.,' opportunity to hear inteiestIna be built in this city during
;1't ,- conferences pertaining to this year.

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Talking about picking up speed, this unofficial \"' Y: t
Mayor's Contest is beginning to be the talk of the + \:
town. The coupons cut from last week's paper show 4 V i 4 1 11/1 \i r PIANOS
l 1 b
popular Bill Wynn snatched the lead from Pat Range.AS s l *1

far as the counting of the votes is concerned, '"",,"o'u,' ,' I. .",4
this is left to the city editor, Bill McBride. One of the ,. \ '
reasons I don't do any counting is because I do not OR G".II$1

want to give anyone the opportunity to say J can't Ij a

count straight, so the city editor does the counting .;,..,t !,
for the contest. We have about six weeks more to go
before the winner will be announced who will get your ,
vote? The new count is follows
as : One of the Interesting and donations from friends /
places visited recently in and agencies. Exhibitions J

Patrick Range 380, Bill Wynn 360, Ernest Hayes Washington, D. C. was the arts and crafts are held twice CUSTOMERS ARE. r /
Garfield Terrace Housing a year. D. C. Public Schools
320, John D. Johnson 300, Clyde Killens, 270, Earl Authority, located 2301 11th (adult education) send an
Carroll 210, Blanche Calloway 190 and Tannie Dean St.. NW. It is a beautiful, instructor to teach millineryonce Mt. Tabor Baptist Church j
170. spacious building with laun- a week (three hours.) I
dry rooms and incinerators on This. has helped the tenants Metropolitan AM.E. Church
each floor. The main, office very much for they can ,
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Charmaine Smith is in the lobby which is right renovate old hats, see 'TV Antioch Baptist Church :':
off the front entrance. programs of interest, have ;'.; New Providence Baptist Church I
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Jimmy "Scoop" Mrs. Laura Mayes, manager tournaments (cards of other It. ,
Bethel of the Garfield Housing Auth- quiet games.) .,; St. James A.M.E. Church ft.p. .
ority, with her staff of capable The recreation room is Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church i
employees, does a magnificent decorated beautifully with
GOLFER: OF THE WEEK: Carl Hanna job managing this and bright colors of crepe paper. .
four other similar projects.The Across the room the windowsand > h
Garfield Terrace was bulletin boards are decorated
Sometime ago, I asked the folk living around the ready for occupancy July of with attractive designs e l
'65. The tenants are very for each month. 4 MORGAN: :PIANO CO ;
10th Ave. and ,58th St. NW area to ask the City of
of Miami to have a traffic light installed at that dan- happy and very active. They The tenants enjoy this
have numerous activities. The attractive building and
gerous corner. Last week, there was a very serious community center's 0. C. very its delightful facilities.Mrs. 2016 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 1-5441

accident at this death corner, again. I live on 57th St. Recreation Deaprtment, with Sarah Honesty takes A. Francis_ Hendtrson, Rtpitsentativt.
and many nights I've heard a crash of metal on that Miss Olive N. Rose, super- delight in being supervisor of I
corner. This must come to a screeching halt. The wo- visor, does a magnificent job.
with the residents in their
man who lives on the southwest corner there has had
various activities which include '
her fence knocked down five times that I know of. the monthl, birthday par- :
This'can be stopped if enough of us contact the City ties, the Garfield Terrace BARGAIN WEEK
Manager Melvin Reese, and let him know that we wanta Chorus, the Arts and Crafts '

signal light there no if's ands or buts. How Club, tours, movies, a library
many lives do we have to lose before we can get some with volunteer librarians
protection on this dangerous intersection THE TIME These books are secured
through loan (three months)
FOR ACTION IS NOW! from the D. C. Public Library CA3 GREAT STARS C/

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Our big band is' *
doing fine. How about the guy who was having com- JFK SQUADRONThe GUEST STARWILAMINA
pany in his hotel room and he receives a long dis-
tance call from his wife. His company gets indignant John F. Kennedy
Squadron activity week began *
because he is" talking to another woman, and talks May 29 with a visitation to .' MACK
loudly. His wife asked who the woman was in his room the Church of God in Christ

and he sez, "Oh, that's the two maids quarrel- and ended June 3 with a Jf
ing over the tip" .. Blanche Calloway's famous Squadron Dance in the BookerT. .
brother, Cab, will burst Harry's American Bar at the Washington gym.

Eden Roc wide'open come July 10 Fats Dominois ,
There were three awards
holding forth there now The Dave Akins Triois given to the cadets with the
being sought after to open a plush hotel in Titus- highest amount of points. v
ville, Florida come this Monday Sultry Clea Brad- First place went to C/S Sgt.
ford joins Fatha Earl Hines on a trip to Russia for the Bernice Ashe with a total of av w p A I II '

state department sometime in August Now that a 800 points. Second place wentto I
Nun has been assigned to the Culmer Center to direct C/S Sgt. Frederick Bloom .
with 760 points and third
the Head Start program, Center Director, Sam Moncur, place to C/S Valorie Sloan
has been forced to speak a new language, "English. with 740. The trophies were .it d
Noe we won't have to worry about Sister Marie Fan- presented to Bernice Ashe by
ta's ears catching fire Governor Haydon Burns John F. Kennedy CommanderLt.
said he couldn't lend his support to our Mayor High Robert Wilcox. Lt. Wilcox ..aVICKIE I
because of his being a liberal. I guess Mr. Burns has- also presented Bloom and)
Sloan with an honor medal.
n't learned yet that the only way to be elected these

days Is not knock the liberal. That is how he lost. On behalf of Lt. Wilcox

The world ,is changing and the Negro vote is a power- and the John F. Kennedy
ful one my buddy, Quentin North, had a happy Civil Air Patrol Cadet Squa- N MIN':
Father's Day. The gifts from his family included a dron we would like to thank

pair of size 19 golf shoes, a new golf cart and a new each and everyone who made EST W4TT
anything that has to do with golf. The golf bug has this very squadron successful activities one. weeka W S

bit him Next week, the James Club owner, Ralph

Bastone, will surprise his many customers EOPI
staffer, Paul Moore, sez he is going to start playing
golf next week. We are proud of Shirley's Market, 1it YEARS OP RESPONSIBLE Co-starring
at '55th Street and 17th Ave. Shirley and Robert are BUILDING SERVICE$ TO

expanding rapidly, and doing well in their business. THE COMMUNITYWit CONTINENTAL DANCERS CAL ROBERTSCONTINENTAL

m Bill Harris still talking about his boat ride next *.BUYING .c BUILDING

week, July 3rd at 7:30. The folk will ride on a boat CALL STANLEY .l
,called the Dre mbQat. I hope with a name like dream-' .

boat, they don't get busted (I'm just joking). Get PL 1-1814 .

your. tickets from Bill at the Satellite. .B.ovtlfwl H.m..
Till next week, y'all live life every golden Built ... Your Lot
minute of it. PEACE! Attractive ours AltorotloncondAcUltlont. sepia showplace of the south,

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How. and Bulla aLovoly
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 24, 1966

. Business Owners Urged
! Round About .

f. ..'" ,.. I to Unite and OrganizeRobert

i Talk \ H. Simras, directorof one tractural wholesaler arrangement, written insteadof con- 'Unt_

the Small Business Devel-
i BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHELTHE y ment Center urges business customers verbal arrangement of many of with the service the- 2240 NW 54th St
: proprietors to unite and or- businesses, ways and

PEOPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT '. '. '. Star ganize.Simms states that the day means of providing hospitaland 6349484We
football player of the Cleveland Browns, Jimmy Brown, of the small operator stand- workmen's compensation vacations,
gets ultimatum from Art Modell.. Jim will lose pay for ing alone against departmentstores sick insurance leave, for paid the employeesof Finance Anyone
every day he misses from the season opening day. Jim is chain stores, shopping of the service type '
in England making a ,.movie called "The Dirty :Dozen icenters are over. The small Businesses.If many r.'S8d! ; : ..2',rlrfftlj; '

Floyd Patterson (ex-heavyweight champ) offered a owner cannot compete with you belong to a business 1, .price, $25., DR' $75.
marketing -
Sept. date to fight the winner of the Oscar BonavenaGoe. cooperative buying, organization, call the Small "
Chuvalo contest if he can pass physical exam and and large management scale advertising.He Business Development Center 1'8'"'OW... >:;W. $195'fl959 <
get a NY State license .. Ronald Richard Rothstein cannot compete alone, office at 377-8601 and invite |:: ,, Fowl $815." '
to speak to your ," < .
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(playboy) in New York with another beauty after run- but together in an organization ; >. ''' j"141(' .1'
ning out on Susan Grenald, 20-year-old delovely of Mi- of similar businesses, he group.I f you are a business proprietor '.' -1955.- '' C.'...),':,:., ',SWS''
ami Beach and that well rehearsed wedding which was can compete and bring to his and fell that you are -, '."$' I "I. ,/': ..<.ffd.;, ;,,:':

to take place at the Fontainebleau Hotel June 18 .community service the type that of they per.onallzed de-- not receiving from your busi- .:SPIC1Alv.. ,. '
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which '
Senator and Mrs. Robert ness the monetary gains h'
Kennedy to New York{>:sire. '' ; !
,Saturday from a visit to South Africa, Athens and Greece'I One of the roles of the you feel you should, call the 419588" ,.,'",1,.r cH.. ,' ,1't:tl'z1, .," ,"
James Meredith said that the FBI Small Business Center. Let 1957.195 ;' t L f
agents just stood Small Business DevelopmentCenter / 'N ; ,5'19.
by and watched as he was shot on a Mississippi high- is to assist business us help you.TRIP .,:,.,' ,' ,. .. ",II;;,! .tIj,..< .', I ,.t"t, Mtf ""'"
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way Tune 6 Dorothy Dandridge (late film actress) owners in organizing and TO NASSAUThe \ :; !'"
death ruled probable_ accident-results of an eight bringing to the organizations
month autopsy by a team of psychiatric consultants and the type of management assistance trip to Nassau for '1955 OLDS.1: ;";;"'\
that they want and need.
Los .Angeles: coroners. two sponsored by the Decathlon t
there Simms states, further hints that Social Civic Club ,;: ;J955-R Mmi.f'R: :;:;$99""
are many helpful '
FLORIDA-NEW. YORKER OF' THE WEEK Wil- and suggestions that can be will Cotton be Club held at July 10 12 p.m.at All the ,1958 d EDSEL79.[ .I..,
bur M. Miller of residing at Hoe Ave. 'made to businesses that would
Tampa now 1297 persons wishing to witness
Bronx. Wilbur is a post office inspector. He sends love j practically success.bring Such about thingsas immediate this occasion are welcome to All Cars Average $55 From $10$12$15Weekly

and greetings to Margret and Sandra Percell and to Rosa- cooperative buying from attend. Winners need not be >o $90. Down. Payment I
lind Hepburn that lovely Mays High deb of '66.,He dedi- present.
cates the Platters' "I Love You 1000 Times". Susie

"*P. Tillman, Thomasville, Ga. peach, residing ay 2112 8th
Ave. heading' for home to vacation July 4 week .
Nickie Sullivan of West Palm Beach jetted into Kennedy p

Airport last Thursday, June 16 to seek out her career ALAN AT TH E oas Es

and to study. ROCK'S SEVILLEyce 4 o CKIGE e ra Lonnge

MRS. MARIE BETHEL (wife of Mt. Pisgah's Elder
James Bethel) is attending the International Conventionof .
Where old .and._sew. frlends'areet
the Seventh Day Adventist in Detroit. Also attendingare {
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No. 1 Ushers' Boardof Begg
*J 1 &y Walter Bow ---.I i Mt. Mori ah Baptist Church
Y will celebrate its anniversaryon
You are cordially invitedto June 27. The sermon will
attend the annual Woman s delivered by the pastor the
Day program at Central Baptist sermon will be delivered by
Church Sunday, June 26. The the pastor Rev. W. C. Edcar.
morning speaker will be Mrs. The public is invited. Re-
Ann Braham aid Mrs. Leola freshments will be served. Y
( Ti McCoy will speak during the Mrs. Carrie Lu Friason president -
evening. Mrs. M. Saunders, ;Mrs.Susie M. Williams,,I
e na i chairman; Mrs. S. Newton cochairman vice president.
; Rev. E. J. dark,
pastor. Sunday June 27 will be
Woman's Day at Hurst Chapel a.
'4 1d Mrs. Mary E. Harvey, AME Church. Won't you come
5639 Flagler St. died Sunday out and help make this a
june 19. See Stevens Funeral success?

Home deaths for further de- ,.
Last weekend Mr. and Mrs. '''M'MRIrWMSCOTUMi s..F a;; w.4 .T.r'3'
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r tails.The body of Pfc. Jonathan Noah Williams drove to
Roker of 811 NW 4th Terr., Clemox Ga., to visit with Iv0

..... Ijallandale arrived Tuesday Mrs. Elizabeth Pulegan and
.".:"",( .w. morning at Miami International stopped by Cairo, Ga., to see r r
\t7 : Airport from Viet Nam wherehewas Brother Roy Williams. .. \.....
/ killed June 13.See Range '$to. ; Funeral Home deaths for fur- 5g""yyy sOn
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Miss Creta Ann Skiles, employed in that city with 20th Terr., West Hollywood, / .r" !
daughter of Mrs. Irma Skiles, the Central Office of the and Arlington L. Nunn of 91&1 ef >f'
14261 NW 23rd Court of this Civil Service Commission.She Clearwater, Fla. will be married :' IttNDEDSCOTCIf WJusi1
city recently had the honor is a graduate of Miami III.I .
Saturday, June 25. 6 p.m. fir. _?
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of functioning as a member of Northwestern's class of '59 at the home of the bride's .'jJI' ...... a .1..a
the personnel staff of the and a 1962 graduate of Black- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald \.
White House Conference "To well College of Washington, Bullard.A .
Fulfill These Rights" program D. C. "L ,
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held June 1 and 2 in the Congratulations to such a Spiritual Tea will be m washere!
nation's capitol. deserving young lady on her given Sunday, June 26, 3 P.m. Monday, May 16th a
Miss Skiles is presently participation in the program. at the home of the Rev. and retirement party was held in
__ _"Ocw Mrs. Rollis Taylor 5680 the cafeteria in honor of
( ',' '.,"f.. ,..." -'. ,-'" '.'\.-.Jl/I' :I'II jol'AUTOt Flagler St.. W. Hollywood. Mrs. Mettle Brown, House-
.UCE \t There will be articles readings the Dade Can Scotch Ask bom-and-
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(# and messages.The guest Home. bred Scotch drinkers.They've been smacking their
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; sponsored by Inez T. Boyer tificate from the staff, and a peg of Begg.It's a wee bit better than the best, say
t.i i bfcSffin s.bc' ; ; Chapter 182O.E.S.Mrs. Jeru-.certificate of Merit from the the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose

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CHURCH ATTENTION REPORTERSChurch t";: 'Jr." : ,< .r:ert lInn 3tn (terd!I ? nu D'' ;'r 4t}: .

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news for publication I

In the current wood's NEW PROVIDENCERev. Queen of 1966 Master Rickie STATE AME LAYMENTO EBENEZERRev.

issue must b* In our office Roundtree and Little Miss A. D. Hall, ministerE.

c o later then 7 o'clock Man Claudia. C. J.Wilson Burney, pastor Sandra Williams. Thanks to MEET HEREThe Ingram, reporter .
Jay evening.. Publication of our many visiting friends.

nets received after that' laymen of the 11th Rev. A. D. Hall returnedto

time. cannot .bo guaranteed. I I Ia Episcopal District will hold Ebenezer pastor as after
attending the Florida Annual
their state meeting at
of the Methodist
Hermon AME Church Opa-
which convened at
CITATIONS AT \ locka July 6, 7, and 8. Rev. Church,
Bethune-Cookman College
will be the host ,
Beach Florida, June
GREATER BETHEL A large delegation I Daytona ,
a pastor.
AME ,d .,of representatives from AME 8-12. Beginning his twelfth H. J. Benson, pastor
.. churches all over Florida will year as pastor, a ,warm welcome -
Flossie Marshall
; was expressed by thee reporter
Mrs. Naomi Symonette be in attendance.Rev. .

1965 Bethel AME Church J. A. Roberts is th I officers and members on last. The presiding elder of the

"Woman of the Year" honoree presiding elder; Bishop E. C., Sunday. West Miami District, Rev. J.

with her mother, who was Hatcher, presiding bishop. We are now beginning a B. Blake began holding his
with of our financial
named mother of the year Felix White is the state new year third quarterly. conference on
efforts the AnnualMen'
some time ago, and Mrs. president and Irene Taylor, ,
June 19.
last Sunday
Day observance. Mr. ,
Cherrye Mills Boyer, 1966 .
conference president.A
Community Relations Motherof RICKIE RqVNDTREB'ICinl SANDRA WILLIAMS. Queen souvenir Ben Strachan, general chair- brought to us many interesting
large program thoughts In his messages. A
the Year, representing the Sunday June 12,marked our Special thanks to our morning is being printed for the occa- man; co-chairman, Mr. George wonderful dinner was servedfor
missionaries, youth and fifth annual youth day. wishing to be,Ross and Mr.M. M. Lewis. The
speaker, Bro. Nathan Streeter sion. Anyone him at the home of Mrs.
wives of Greater Bethel, presented The pastor, officers and and our evening speaker Miss I included in this booklet may chairmen serving on other corn- Juanita Sheppherd which he

Father's Day greeting members voice the youth in Marie Alford' and to our many do so by contacting Willie are: program committee, Mr. enjoyed along with the pastor

cards and other gifts to a congratulating the King and visiting participants, and teach o I Scott not later than this Sat- Washington Brown; decora- and his wife at 3 p.m. Rev.

number of men of the church Queen of 1966 Master Rickie of you who helped us to' urday. His address is 1510 tion committee, Mr. Richard Benson was the speaker {or

Sunday morning. Roundtree and Little Miss success. NW 70th St. Forbes; souvenir programMr. Stewardess Board No. 1 anni-

The Rev. S. A. Cousin was 'Baptismal services will be James E.Martin; publicity at St. Paul
versary program
cited as the spiritual father Sunday June 12.marked our held in our morning services, Mr. Thomas Francis. Mr. AME. Rev. T. C. Kelly is the

the Rev. Fred J. Hicks, as- fifth annual youth day. Sunday, June 26. All candi- George Ross will serve as pastor.

sistant minister, as administrative The pastor, officers and dates are urged to be presentat secretary. The men have ex- Sunday Mrs. Agnes Davis

assistant father; members voice the youth In 10 a.m. Bring a change of pressed themselves to work'harder gave trophies to three of her

Joseph B. S. Ray, sr., as congratulating the King and garment. for a bigger and greater Sunday School: students for
public relations father church.
; W. C.
No.1 will be in charge,I raising the highest amount of
Cogdell, as father of educationR. Choir
,. in the Sunday School
Wilcox who has eight charge of class meeting on, money
TEMPLE BAPTISTThe fund drive. They were Joseph
children, and M. McMillian, Tuesday nt.ght.

with five children as outstand. King and Queen contest Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor I'.. letta Davis,Alexander.Orien Adams Also and small Pau-

ing loyal Christian fathers because 'sponsored by the Junior Mrs. Annie Hamilton, reporterOn pins were given to Anthony

of their dutiful 'atten-, Ushers' Board Sunday after- June 17 the third quarterly ... ..i. ..2i MT. TABORRev. Davis and Kristen Robinson
dance as officials and church- noon was a successful'and

men; and 0. Peoples, aged I inspiring' affair. Crowned as with the junior choir was in opened charge ......>n.i...,Yr ...... .'........ P. S. Brown, Pastor for each their other. thoughtfulness of

90 years, as patriach Fatherof queen was Rapheletta Cole- ........ ..t
of .
the music, followed by a ... ... The church's annual Youth Our pastor returned from
the church and community.The brook. Christina Forbes was short sermonette by Dr. James
Day will be held this coming Chicago from the Bishop Coun-
president Mrs. AliceJ. named princess and Shirley -
A. Roberts, presiding elderof
I Fourth Sunday, June 26, The cil where many important
Barr announced twelve Silas dutchess. Terry Gaitorwas
North Miami
topic selected for the occasion
issues took place. He had a
leaders for the Calendar crowned, king, Carl Bry- The was'taken
from 8 XNr is: Youth Accepting the successful trip for which he
Rally to be held Sunday from ant was prince 'and Alpheus
the 55th Psalm. Then we im- Truth in These Trying Days,thank everyone who made it
4 to 6 p.m. as follows: McNeil was the duke. Mrs.
mediately went into the business =
Jan., M. Thomas; Feb., Lillian Williams was .MC for portion of the conference. The morning message will possible.The .
-- -- Julius is
the occasion. be delivered by Rev. N. Way family
R. Peters; Mar., Cherrye
We held short memoriat'service
Mrs. Vemell Strachan Mrs.B. a IDA RATCUPF Streeter of New Providence on vacation in New Jersey.
Mills Boyer; April, Alice\ J. for the members that
Barr; May, Fannie Jemigan; Bryant, Mrs. L. Colebrook, passed during the On Sunday, June 26, the Baptist Church while the i Bernice Ware is on the sick

June, Jessie Giles; July, M Mrs. B. Hunter, Mrs. Sarah They were Mrs. Eva quarter.Davis women of New Bethel Baptist musical portion of the ser- list at home.

Muldrow; Aug. Maggie wil- Johnsui' Mrs. D. Warner and Michael Rambo Mrs. Church ire indeed honored to vice is rendered by the New
limas; sept. Mattie Barkely; all who helped are to be con Smith and Mrs. Delsie Smith. have as their guest speaker Providence Youth choir.At .

Oct. G. Brown; Nov., B. gratulated for a ,job well Sunday being Father's for the 11 a.m. service, Mrs. the 3 p.m. session the NEW MT. MORIAHRev.

Brown; V. Price; and Dec. S. done. Thanks to Mrs. Mary the presiding elder's Day Ida T. Ratcliffe. Mt. Tabor Youth Choir will A. L. Shipp, pastor

Majors. McKann for rendering music. taken from the messagewas 24th Our speaker is a native celebrate its third anniversary Evelyn Souter, reporter '

The Stewardean) Board No.'Thanks also to Mrs. Mary Psalm Miamian and comes to us witha at which the crowning
4 will meet with Mr. and Mrs. McNeil.As Acknowledgement vast knowledge of Christian of Mr. and Miss Mt. Tabor We had wonderful servicesall

John Williams at their home, oldest father of the in a Disbelieving Age." service and community activi- Youth will be featured. day Sunday, with Rev.

NW church Brother Bonivy We ended the day with ,/.mes- The evening service will McWesley of Homestead, delivering -
1950 55th Terr., Sunday T. was from ties. Mrs. Ratcliffe is a mem-
from 3 to 6 p.m. honored on Father's Day. The sage our own Bro. Stolle. ber of the Church of the Open feature the message deliveredby the morning message.
The financial report for'Fri- the A bouquet to Rev. Griffin
youngest father also honoredwas Congregational. A chal- Rev. Taylor of Jordan
Brother Herschel Johnson. day and Sunday was $320.85. lenging message is in. store Grove Baptist Church. Musical and congregation, Rev. I. C.

InterdenominationalChoir portion of the service will be Mickins, and all who took
MT. CARMEL BAPTISTRev. The for you. We're expecting you I and
rendered by the Mt. Tabor apart attended the ser-
Union, Z. Ferguson, to help us celebrate our Ninth
D. A. Bradley, pastor president, will hold its quar- CHURCHES OF Annual Women's Day. Youth Choir.ANTIOCH. vices for our pastor's anni
versary. We are still
Louise McGriff, reporterWe terly meeting this Sunday, CHRIST, SCIENTIST Mrs. Irene Brown, chairman; asking
your continuing for
are so thankful to the 3:30 p.m. at Temple. The Mrs. Cleon surgeon, cochairman our prayers

Lord that He has blessed Rev. A. D. Hall of Ebenezer Christian Science churcheswill and Rev. Ernest Williamsis pastor.

this far. He has ten thousand Methodist Church will be the present a Bible Lessonon pastor. BAPTISTNew Prayer meeting each Thurs-

in the broad and specific day night at 8. Visitors always
blessings His hand to speaker. The public is in- Liberty City

give to you. We had a wonderful vited. meaning of the term "<'tris- welcome.
tian Science" their ST. MARY BAPTISTCoral Rev. A. H. Essix, pastor The No. 3 Choir (juniors)
Sunday School Sunday Sunday night the Number at services Annie
reporter will
morning, also throughout the i one chaw will sponsor a this Sunday. Gables charge of the song

the day. The pastor delivereda Pew Rally at 8:30 o'clock. Included will be one of the The celebration of Father's service Sunday morning and
The fourth in
Sunday June the male chours
breat message on Father's Men's Day Chairman Staf- many parables which Christ has been Day at Antioch was high- Sunday night.
a great day for the
Day. The evening messagewas ford Bain is urging all cap- Jesus used to describe the past thriteen years for the lighted by a special Father's

delivered the tains and roundup coming of his kingdom "The Day delivered
by pastor. to get busy : Young Matrons Society and sermon by our

The No. Two Usher Board their members. He wants kingdom of heaven is like unto the Young Women's Auxiliaryin pastor. *"" ... message contained USHERS FEDERATION ,

had a great anniversary. They everyone to keep awake and leaven, which a woman took, unity. They are planning a teaching to and about our The monthly union of the
wish to thank each and everyone 'keep moving. and hid in three measures of head of the household and
most inspiring progtam for Ushers Federation will be
who make it meal till the whole leader of who
helped to a was today teach and
their anniversary under the held Sunday, June 26 at 3 p.m.
success. NEW MACEDONIARev. I leavened." Along with it, leadership of their pastor, mold our youth of today and It will be held at Peaceful
Next Sunday afternoon the will be read these lines from leaders of tomorrow.
Rev. W. F. Zion M. B. Church
Tanner. The directress 2400 NW
Willing Workers Club will Roscoe Jackson, pastor the denominational textbook: Bi si ting with us was Rev.
Mrs. Minnie 68th St. The mass meeting
have its anniversary with the Willie J. Beard, reporterMy "Ages at Wokr." It must Berry'1 Sample who led the congrega-
will be
president Earthie Humes, held Thursday night
Rev. Sims of New Hope Bap- destroy the entire mass of pres tion in the singing of a very
ident Lenora before the fourth
Beasley. These Sunday, June
tist Church delivering the thanks and appreciationto error, and so be eternally stirring hymn.
young missionaries have injected 23. All presidents vice
messahe. all for your fine spirit of glorified in man's spiritual I The No. One Usher Board
new life in the church dents and members
Pray for us and we will cooperation in helping us to freedom." You are always which is always on the job are requested -
and we love them for this to be present. Busi
pray for you. Remember the make this day a success. welcome to attend servicesSun. and never idle, presented the

sick and shutins and those May God ever bless and 11 a.m., Wed. 8 P.m. located religious advancemetn and pastor with a token of love ness of importance. A very

who have lost some of their keep you-Sis. Luoise Jack- at 1600 NW 54th St. and( spiritual motivation. The and appreciation. Congratulations unique and elaborate program
officers and members has been planned
of the for
loved ones and please don't son. This statement was made all other Christian Science fathers and hope each your en-
by the president of our Dea- churches in this two auxiliaries have chosenfor joyment. Please 'come.. You
the vicinity.
forget boys in Viet N.m. their of you attended church and
are cordially invited.
evening speaker, Mrs.
coness Board who on last brought families with
Sunday afternoon successfully Marjorie Perkins, member of f your Deacon Edwin Ramsey,

BETHLEHEMRev. closed out their fourth an Greater New Bethel Baptist you. president, Willie J. Beard,

niversary. Special thanks to DRAKE MEMORIALThe Church, Rev. W. K. Smith, reporter.

Oscar West, pastor Rev. A. Randall. associate pastor Rev. J. W. pastor. MT. SINAI BAPTISTThe

Gloria Howard, reporter minister of Williams Chapel Dunn, officers and members of

Freewill Baptist Church,' Drake Memorial thank their BAPTIST WOMEN'SCOUNCIL members are so gladto FIRST BAPTISTRev.

Service was high in spiritat Homestead who was the speaker. many friends for the support know that oUr is
W. M. Davis
the Holy Ghost headquarters given them during their dedi- TOMEETThe home and doing nicely. We pastor
Mrs. Donella
Sunday which was our Beginning Thursday night cation week. will ask your prayers for him Turner, reporter

pastor's first anniversary.On and closing Sunday\ afternoonour On Sunday June 5, our first Baptist Women's and our other members who
behalf of the members we Male Chirus will observeits Baptism was held on Virginia Council is requested to meet are ill. pastor and members

would like to thank all those anniversary. Please give Beach. Eleven candidateswere on Friday, June, 24 at 7:30 This is the month for weddings in invite you Youth to worship with us

who participated to help make your support and cooperation. united by Baptism to the p.m. at' St. John Baptist and in our church it is June our The Day services on
20. roomig speakeris
the anniversary success. Drake Memorial Church. We Church. All persons who are no exception. Sunday at 5
p.m. Miss
would like'to give special t' thank God for this Young and
We MT. CALVARYRev. spiritual selling the praying hands we have a very charming
our evening speaker is Miss
thanks to the Rev. Weather- blessing. pens are requested to make a couple who will lock handsin '
Eva Deveaux.
spoon for delivering our morning Samuel Atchison, pastor Rev. Robert Armstrong o f report og monies and pens at wedlock. The pleasure of You also
and to the Rev. Fashion Show will be wonderful are invited to
message A Texas brought a this meeting. Plans for the your company is requested.Our .
Mack:: and congregation, held at the home of Mrs. evening message to membersand installation will be made. AU church clerk, Mrs. revival our prayer for

for the evening service. Christine Wiley, 954 NW 77thSt. friends on Sunday, June women who are in good standing Bernyce Green celebrated a beginning Monday,

Parents don't forget to ., Sunday, June 26, from4 12. May God bless him to con- with any Baptist Churchare birthday Thursday. The church June 20. The morning speaker
Bible until You invited to tinue his work for the Master. Preaching will begin July 4,
send your children to 6 p.m. are welcome and urged to become wishes you a very happy birthday -

School.. . .. t ',.,,'como' 'and. ... bring. 'your,', .friends.' ,N. T. ,Qreen". .,,church. ,clerk.. : .members.. and .may God_ Bless 1 .you.. J.Jq Rev., B.' W.. Chambers will
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SHILOH BAPTISTRev. National Insurance Association to ;1

A.. M. Griffin, pastor
C.sMi Myles, reporter Meet In Durham July 18-21 I I'
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The Willing Workers lub The National Insurance Life Insurance Co., which try. There will be a party and
would like to take this timeto Association, major trade this year dedicated its new tour of the North Carolina
thank Rev. Macon and the group of Negro business, will home office in Durham. The Mutual building on Monday
i > I1Nd Male Chorus of First Baptist return to Durham, N. C., building a twelve story $5 night.
Church of Opa-locka for mak- where it was founded, for its million tower,which dominates Formal sessions of the
their anniversary a success. 46th Annual Convention, the Durham skyline. convention will take place on

Bible Class every Thurs- July 18-21. Tuesday, Wednesday and
Pro- onycntion activitieswill
day at 8 p.m., Rev. E. Ross, Some 400 executives and Thursday in the Jack Tar
teacher. leading sales personnel will begin on July 17, with
Hotel, the Durham Civic Cen-
v Visitors are always wel- take part in the four day special church services, a ter and the North Carolina
meeting of the Board of Directors -
come. Remember to bisit and meeting in the city often Mutual building.
pray for the sick and shutins. called the Negro financial of NIA, and a reception
capital of America. H. A. for former presidentsof Today, 45. companies
Oilliam of Memphis, vice the organization. This will doing business through 500
'4f. president of Universal Life be followed on Monday by a offices in 25 states comprise -
jl ZION HOPERev. Insurance Co. is president of tour of the city, a luncheon the association. They

,NIA, and presiding officerof for ''Oi IHam and his cabinet, employ 12.000 persons and
P. Freeman, pastor the meeting.The and demonstrations of equipment control $375 million in assets -
Sis. E. Jackson, reporter convention host will and services by suppliers with $2 billion ,in assurance
The men are inviting every ,>$ North Carolina Mutual to the insurance indus, in face.WE i"
body to attend their Men's
r Day on the fourth Sunday of 1
Rev. W. E. Sims -
will be speaker Sunday morning ONLY 1
A [.i from New Hope Church. Alt YOUR \
i: Rev. Roscoe Jackson of New I
Macedonia will \
be speaker at
"', night. Don't
< miss these two .
.. "
*" + wonderful preachers.

[ (pictured left to right, Colette D. Thomas. Back row,

ntrow are:Loraine No ttae,,i. Ethel Rolle). r

CHURCH OF GOD tour by the president of the EASY TERMS \
band. Sister Loraine ,
OF )
and all reports an enjoyable
| Bishop Arnold Demeritte stay in the city of Nassau.
pastor While there, they resided atMcBrido's .
Thomas, reporter
Agnes Guest House. On .
Miss Ethel E. Rolle, daugh- Sunday morning they wor.hip'pod .
r of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy at the Meadow street
>lie and Miss Colette D.omas Church of God of Prophecy,
daughter of Mr. and of which Brother Nathaniel

s. Reginald Thomas' havecently Beneby is pastor. On Sunday ..' 4A .'
returned to the cityter night, they worshipped at the '
spending ,a glorious Minnie Street church of God t :

|eekend in the city of Nassau. of Prophecy, Bishop Hudon R. .: 5N +reM Ct 4n n. .p r M.1fl+ .!tM.
Ethel; who is the secre- Cox, pastor. M
of our young "people's These two young ladies REV. FLOYDMrs.

ictory Lea ef's' ,.Rand was exemplifies the qualities desirable -
(warded her all-expense paidip today both in spiritual Jefferson is the daughter tVi
by Brother and Sister nd temofiral development of of Rev. Theodore J.

ottage (Loraine), for raising our youth. Both young ladies Floyd, formerly of Miami, now .. .. .. GORGEOUS LIVING ,
are active in of Phila and : WITH
o largest sum of money in very our church Pa. minister off =' DELUXE ROOM
activities and are members o 'the Matthew Anderson Bible !,! 00" .... SUITE,
Youth program on May 15. ,,, + 2-pc. deaoMr.
the church.We Presbyterian Church, ; and in arnt
her 1820 wile
Colette was given trip ssnwl with i
or her faithful work as a will be in our Annual Guard Ave. who broadcastseach '-I" J 2 '0." ...tenInrdieq.',cec"oi, ,.1".2''''''nln q,lamp hey.,
leaners Teacher. For the State Convention this week week as director of'' and 2 plh?.Choice '0....' s t
ast two years, Colette has beginning June 2226 at Rid- Christian Hope broadcast over e'"'h,.. 11900
geway Church of God of a network of stations each
teacher of thistoup
erved as ,
i of youngsters; ten years' Prophecy located on NW"22ndAve. Sunday.He t 'I IC1
& 60th St. Bishop M. is the father of Mrs.
nd under. She has a
ithful worker. Lincus, the state overseer L. Jefferson, Ydalia Roberts,
These two young ladies will preside. Come out and Evangeline Malloy, Theodore
ere, accompanied on their hear him. J. Floyd Jr., Alphonso Floyd f
I and Rechea Floyd all of Miami. i _
Rev. Floyd lives at 932 W. -e f9 I J

Edgeley St., Phila, Pa. The --
Christian Hope address is P. .r"r
... ...
P. Box 230, Chester, pa.FREVIVAL .



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12 THE MIAMI TIMES; Friday, June '24, 1966' .

RANGE. Dallas Jessie and Frank: a BAIN. .
daughter Mrs. Lenon,Mitchel;
I i Mrs. Louise Allen of 2155 other relatives and (friends John Pagan of 5320 NW

CARDS MEMORIALS NW 63rd St. died June 15th. services will be held Saturday 30th Place, died June 11.
She is survived by three sisters June 25 at 12 noon at Trinity Funeral service will be held

Hattie Murphy Lula CME Church. June 18 from the chapel Rev.E. .
Staley and Irene Wilson; a J. Curry officiating. Survivors

brother, George Wilson; other Miss Yvonne L. Williams are three brothers, Joe,
IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn relatives and friends. Services of 2148 NW 86th Street died Jim and Willie; a sister, Mrs.

I The family of the late memory of our darling were held Tuesday in June 17. She was the six Annie Allen; a nephew, Oliver

loving memory of our -. I mother the chapel. teen-year-old daughter of Pagan, an aunt, two nieces,
daughter 'f Floyd and Addle Pearl WIllIams an uncle and other relatives.Mrs. .
James Harry Anderson Jr.
t -r and was a student at
of 276 NW 15th Ct., Pompano Northwestern Senior High Alma Scippio of 3942
i Beach, Fla., died June 18. School. In addition to her Charles Terrace, died June

h He was a former long time resident parents she is survived by qw. Mrs. Scippio is survivedby

I '< ; .w. ,. of Ft. Laudersale, Fla. one brother, Floyd Jr.; three two daughters, Mrs. Ida
"\ ,." ...' He is survived by two sisters -'
sisters Nellie and Andria
ii '; Mae Joyde and Mrs. Lula Mae
.. Mesdames Lee Anna, and Barbara Jean
tt Wright Barnes, two sons,I Olin and
I h S r Mable Farrington
Anderson, ; and
Wright; grandparents, Mr. Herbert Aen; ; two grandsons,
a brother, Walter Anderson; Mr Bunkley and Mr. and
.Addle and granddaughter. Services
:.: a
.' : -
:: f"J..,.. a niece, Vivian Norman; other Mrs Tim Morris; five uncles; held in the chapel last Satur-
relatives and friends. Serviceswere
it six aunts; other relatives and
{ held 'on Wednesday in friends. Services will be day.
0 the chapel.
held Saturday June 25 at the Nevil Hlggs, 14300 Graves
Israel Bethel P.B. Church at
Drive Richmond Heights
Charles D. Bain of 5109 4:00 ,
NW 27th Ave. died at home on P.m.ALBERT. died June 12. He is survivedby
his wife, Annie, a brother,
He the -
June 21. was twoyearold
Ji itar ref ...............,.-AIiI..! A .. son of Mr. and Mrs. Prince, Cecil, three nieces. Services

SHEILA JOHNSON MR. MELVIN B. FORBES Bain; other survivors are six held from Bethel Baptist

| wish to express their ap- brothers and sisters; a grandmother Church.
who departed this life June ... . Louise Stubbs; two
*12. 1965. preciation to the many friends uncles, Charles and John Idus K. Leath 1238 NW 8 Lucille Hollls of 554 NW

Jfou are forgotten loved one and neighbors for kindness VICTORIA j. moos Petty; other relatives and Ave.. Fla. City, died June 14 9th St., Florida City died

Nor will youever be, shown in our bereavement.,who departed this life June friends. Arrangements are in- Services were held Monday June 11. Mrs. Hollis, who is
As long as life and memory last We also acknowledge the 25, 1964. complete. from the Grove Chapel.' the wife of Clifford Holli s, is
We will remember thee. help and understanding given also survived by two daughters -
Gone but not forgotten. us also by Rev. Hall, the Pauline H. Johnson John W. McGhee of 2915 Will Parks, 1060 NW 65thSt. Mrs. Lucille Ford and
Francis Funeral Home and Theltna Devoe died June 18. Survivorsare
NW 64th St. died June 20. He Lavem Hollis, a son, Clifford
Lennis Johnson Sr., father staff, members, Stewards Kenneth Higgs wife,three daughters,three
four children and
is survived by two brothers, geand
Frances Johnson, mother sons, mother and one brother.
Boards Nos. 1 2 & 3 at Ebenezer Rudolph Higgs
Bo and Jessie Coney; other three brothers. Services were
Maurice Johnson, Methodist Church Remains were sent to Greenville -
Earl Higgs
sister relatives and friends. Ser- held last Fri day from Williams
Brenda Johnson
Thursday evening
Helen Holston vices will be held Friday Chapel Free Will Baptist.
Lermis Johnson Jr., brother' Alberta Forbes, wife 9:30 for final rites and burial.
June 24 at 4 p.m. in the
Henry Forbes, son chapel. Hiram Wilson, 2570 NW Charlie Robinson, of 101
IN MEMORIAMIn Carl Forbes, son IN MEMORIAM 152nd St.," Opa-locka, died Florida Ave., died June 12.

Rebecca Oodet, sister Mrs.Maggie Neal of 795 NW June 20. Survivors are wife, He is survived by four sisters
me mory of our loved one And FamilyEXPRESSION In sad, but loving memoryof 43rd St. died June 16. She is three daughters, four sons, including Mrs. Julia Jackson,

JOHN JARRETT SR. our dear beloved husbandand survived by four daughters, two brothers, four sisters two brothers and a sister.
who died June 26, 1965. OF THANKSMay Mrs. Viola welch,Mrs.Alzaria eight grandchildren. Services
RALPH J. :FLOWERSVSwho will be conducted Saturday
Foster, Mrs. Eva Williams Henry Burch of Homesteadwho
Gone but not forgotten. this life
departed June from First Baptist
I express my personal and Mrs. Ruth Smith; one 3:30 P.m. was a Specialist 4th
appreciation to the following: 27, 1962.A sister, Mrs. Hattie Ball; two Church of Bunche park. Class in the U. S. Army, was
The Family from is
Goodwill Missionary Baptist precious one us brothers, Peter and Keiner killed in action in Vietn nit

Church membership Friendsand gone, a grandson and daughter; John Hall, 1049 NW 56th He is the stepson of Mr. and
CARD OF THANKSWe Rev. Q. Davis; Mt. Sinai A voice we love is stillA other relatives and friends. St. ded June 16. Arrangements Mrs. Floiell Adams, surviving -
is in
place vacant our this
Baptist "Church membership, Services were held Tuesday are incomplete at also are a grandmother,

the family of the lateBLANCH and my minister,the honorableRev. hearts at the A.M. Cohen Temple time. I bur aunts and five, uncles. _

....... tt\u .,..- t S. A. Thomas; Jackson That never can be filled. Church of God li\Christ. .'
Memorial Hospital and the Mrs. Mary Flowers, wife .FRANCIS. SU Homestead died June 17
medical staff, nurses, with And FamilyRICHARDSON. Joseph Alexander Neiley Arrangements are incomplete.

their aides,official staff to all of 130 Oak Avenue, Coral James Hall of 4217 SW,

kky, other employees. Gables died June 17th. H.. is 20th st. West Hollywood died James C. Dickerson of
President Graham of the survived by three daughters, June 17th. Funeral services 1015 NW 1st 'ct. was DOA at

Greater Miami Ministerial Mrs. Lois Wallace, Mrs. were held Monday June 20 .in Jackson Hospital June 17.
Alliance, all the membershipof Mrs. Mary Garret of 1835A Emma Saunders and Albertha I I the chapel. survivors include Funeral arrangements are In-

f N this great group of minis-, NW 1st Ct. died June 15, Neiley; five sons, Wilbert, his wife, Victoria; sons and complete. Survivors are his
ters, for their prayers, ,kind' leaving to mourn,one daughter Alexander and Samuel Neiley, daughters and other relativesand wife, Lena Mae; daughter Debra -
words of expression,' for'their Lora White,one grandaughter Thomas and William Store; a friends. ; mother Mrs. Bertha Dick-
financial support of all Lillie Mae Cooper, other,rela- granddaughter and grandson. erson; father, Lesley Dick-

ministers and their kind tives and friends. Funeral Services were held on Thurs- Mrs. Mattie Goolsby of erson; other relatives and

people. services were held from the day in the chapel. 2100 York Street, Opa-locka friends.

All of our personal friendsfor chapel Tuesday. died June 15. Fun services

their greetings, prayers, Prince Patton 852 NW 74 were held Wednesday 2 p.m. at Christine Throughton, infant -
contributions and many encouraging Ernest Frailer of 936 NW St. died June 19. Mr. Patton, Mt. Zion Baptist Church. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
words of comfortto 3rd Ave. Apt. 9 died June 18. a native a Key West, was Survivors include her husband Raymond Throughton of 343

NEWBOLD MILLER me during my illness in He is survived by his wife known among his many friendsas John; two sisters, Mrs. Nellie NW 9th St. Apt. 6 was DOAat
Jackson Memorial Hospital. Violet; two children Gale and "Black Patty." He cameto Henderson and Mrs. Georgie Jackson Hospital June 17.
who departed this life May Since I am home recuperating Ernest Jr., one stepdaughterElla Miami many years ago, and Hall; other relatives and Chapel services were held
27, 1966 and was laid to rest for an indefinite, durationand Mae Miller, mother Mrs. was a familiar figure among friends. Tuesday. Other survivors include -
June 4. 1966, take this timeto many have not ceased Corene Frazier, father, Charles the Longshoremen. He is survived sisters and brothers

express our thanks to Our their kindness toward your Frazier of Hilton Head, by one son, Frank of Willie Smith of 168 SW 4th and other relatives.
many friends and neighborsfor humble servant(P.S. the Rev.I. S. Carolina, five sisters, three New York City; two nieces,
the cards, letters, telegrams McCall and his coworkerson brothers; other relatives and .Mrs. Elease Wesley and Mrs. .
floral pieces and do- WMBM for theni contribu- friends. Remains will be Grace p. Smith; three grand

nations. tions in songs of dedicationfor shipped to Hilton Head, S. children, other relatives and
Special thanks to the me.) Carolina for final rites and' friends, Services will be held COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE

neighbors of 159th Terr. and My heart is filled with burial, Friday, June 24 at Friday, June 24 at 5 p.m. in \ STEREO RADIO
17th >, Rev. Adam Rutherford joy for all the blessings, as 7:30 a.m. the chapel. TAPE RECORDER
and members of FreeWill
everything: must come from
Baptist Church, Rev. God. The Lord has done great Mrs. Dclcie Smith of Mrs. Corrine Peterson of VET TVTED
Joel Johnson of St. JamesBaptist things for us, where off I am 15931 NW 18th ct. died June 3250 NW 46th Street.died June
Church, Rev. L. A. 18th. Funeral services will be 16. She Is survived by her

Thompson and members of glad.Rev.. T. R. Harris, humble I I held' from MU Hermon AME ,husband, James; three FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET

Temple Baptist Church, The minister of the Goodwill Church in Opa-locka at 2 p.m. daughters Mrs. Vera Higgs '
Know Your Neighbor Club of Missionary Baptist church.' Saturday, June 25. She is survived -Mrs. Beatrice Lucas and Mrs. 379-7735

Detroit, Michigan, the Hart- by her husband Herbert; Annie Batley.; a sister, Ethel

ford Chancel Choir, Hartford six children, Syruphla, Ca-,(Thornton; two ,sons, Charlie 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9
Progressive club and.the IIIAPPRECIATION therine, Herbert Jr., Cassandra and Gus Jones;other relativesand

Rev. A. Hill, pastor of Hart- Vincent and Rosaland; friends. Services were
ford Baptist Church, Detroit, five sisters Annie Bell Gabriel held Thursday at the Mt.Olive
Michigan and Rahmings Fun- We would like to thank the Mrs. Rose L. Miller, Mrs. Primitive Baptist Church.
eral Home and its staff. neighbors, friends and mem- Rovella Hadley of Thomasville -
May God bless all of you. bers of St. James AME Church ,Ga., Mrs. Adella Clark, PFC Jonathan Cecil Rokerof SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR
811 NW 4th Terr., Hallan-
who have been so kind to us Mrs. Romana Hill of Tallahassee -
The Miller and Newbold dale, was killed in action in SPECIAL"
during our) continued illness, Fla; parents, Mr.
Families Vietnam June 12. PFC Roker
for paying our assessmentsat and Mrs. C. A. Spearman of
was a member of the U.S. Cleaned & Oiled
church and all other acts Thomasville, Ga. other rela-
of kindness. May God bless tives and friends.MANKER. Marine Corp. Survivors are a *Adjust Tensions
father Allen Roker four SD
4 and keep you is our prayer brothers McArthur Franklin Free Needle & Belt Total Cost
"We, the family of the late R. C. and Inez Mathews. Wellington and Allen; five Check all Wiring's

JOSEPH OUTEN' sisters, Elvira Bowe, Victoria *'1 Year GuaranteeAll

wish to thank the many friends Mrs. Ada Payne of 2258 NW Wallace, Mary Moxey, fran-
and neighbors for their kind- STEVENS. 63rd sU died June 15. Funeral ces Jackson and Amanda Ro- Makes & Models

ness during their hours of services will be held Sundayat ker; other relatives and friends CALL 634-5242 OR 633-6256

sorrow. Many thanks to Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Harvey, 2 P.m. at Patterson, Ga. Services were held on Thurs
Range and her staff, the 5639 Flaglcr St., West Ilolly-i The remains will lie in state day in Hallandale.Mrs. .

neighbors of 47th Terr. and wood, died June 19. She is ,in the chapel from 11 a.m.
neighbors of 58th Street. survived by her husband, until 7 p.m. Friday. Mrs. Alice Stroud of 1910 iiturntu
Robert; sister Pearl Vauth, Payne is survived by her NW 66th St. died June 20th. 1bmurid 'ark

The Outen Family Brother, Verdell Cooper; other husband, Albert, Five sons, She is survived bv three sons,
relatives and friends:Services You do Not have to own Grave Spars In LINCOLN
Lewis Smith, Clifford Mylers, --
will be held Sunday, June 26. Milton Mylers, Albert Jr. and ton father. MEMORIAL PARK. 3801 NW 46 S'rt. bury' 'iv'con.
Just Toll funeral director
at 2 P.m. at Mt. Zion AME.. Melvin; six sisters, Mesdames your thus it your wish.,
Joseph Bright of 220 NW 6th It will be one.
t.:lytrs. Lavema Floyd.Jef. Graveside services for infant Bertha Smith,Susie Thompson died June 14. Funeral services G \TES OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING HOLIDAYS
of Miami attended the Estella Smith Martha -
ferson SOlomon held ;
her grandmother, Brown son of Mr. and were Tuesday A 2 mo. pr..n''d grave space sale now going on.
funeral of Synetha Johnson and Ida morning in he ch.pol.IJ is

Mrs., Sarah Harris of Fernan- Mrs. held Brown Wednesday.of Hallandale at Hal Mae Cotton; three brothers, survived by his wife.jsnet, HE 4-41V7 ,E. Johnson, Manager OX 1-9199
who die4.May.26// were William' and James
dins, Fl...: Ben two sons Tommia and Arthur.
and was burled. May 30. landale, Cemetery Washington: William Vaahin-


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THE MIAMI TIMES. criday, June 24, 196A 13


Graduate or dropout earn
Beautifully fum.
room, private Want to make money, will trade
entrance bath wallto while you learn to be a beau-
private four CBS units for the equityin
15 WORDS OR LESS 51.25.5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. wall carpet, big closet tician. Day or night classes. your house. FR 3-7973 or

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON with windows.1855 NW 69th St. International 227411 or 757-9515.Beauty School Jul29, 444-8004. '
SALENO 938 NW 47th Terr., a beautifulroom
SALE FOR SALE for reliable lady in love- 1

COSTS 1707 NW 81 Terr home ly private home. 757-3862.
CLOSING for a 59 Chev. runs good, 4 door, 1151 NW 31 STREET
Beautiful waterfront 3 bed- professional man in excellent black, 691-0214.

room, CBS, Oarage, tile roof, location, office in rear room of Room intelligent lady, kitchen $350 DOWN $82 MONTH
windows, awnings, air frame house, fully furnished privileges. 691-2494. 7853

conditioners awning wall to wall carpet with many innovations, 2 bed- each Duplex side sacrifice, live one 2 side bedroom rent NW 17th Place. Modern two bedroom CBS, Fla room, oak !

Fla room appliances e... rooms, 1 full bath with shower other for $80. Walk to stores, Room, couple or two males to floors, tiled roof and bath. Separate diningroom.
with $600 down and stool and laboratory
on a
$16,000 bus schools, $12,800 down share private room,reasonable total.
Life Realty 2 landscaped lot.
I96J2: month. City water payment 2000. Please call call: 7544024.
Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PI; and extra well, pump, utility 864-2196.

-4371. Open eves, Sundays. room outside. No trades, 1 &2 bedroom fume duplex. HERBERT LEE SIMON, REALTOR

Sundays. owner will finance if down down $23 A $25 wk. 2007 NW 95th
$350 CBS beauty
payment is substantial.Total
bedroom Terr. Dixie Rental Agency. I
carport, landscaped, II
Seller Pays'Closing Costs cash price 11000. No realtors like Garden of Eden In the 3206 NW 17th Ave. 633-2429. I

tile roof, Fl a I need call, no trades. By Juen 24Opalocka
Beautiful CBS, 80's near 7th Ave. FHA, one 1
room, carport, jalousie win- owner only on premises. mortgage, no closing cost. ........ ..... .....

dows, appliances, front porch.. Allapattah Realty, 633-0426. .area. 2 bedroom,
price only $12.500 with $400 No Qualifying unfurn. $18. 2 bedroom (urn. : REAL ESTATE 2

down and $75.67 month. Key Want a bargain? Best buy in $500 down, no qualifying, vacant light and water. $24. Call Mick- (

at LiCe Realty, Broker, 4932 town, 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, plus CCS, 1476 NW 42nd St. ins Rental Agency, 6818213. I SONNY WRIGHT President :
NW 7th Ave. PL 94371. huge Fla room, wonderful Allapattah Realty, 633-0426. Indef ,

Open evenings and Sundays home for large family only Duplex, one bedroom each side, CBS, total .
(veterans $100 down). $13,700 and $1,500 down and $400) down, 3200 NW 11th Ave. Fum. 3 bedroom apt. Phone

Seller Pays Closing Costs $92 month pays all. 870 NW most beautiful 2 bedroom CBS 754-0977. price $13,500 FHA. : }
J bedroom CBS on 2 lots 84th Terr. Open Sunday. Call home in the area, hughe largi t

Large garage with workshop, anytime, A. Ben-Kori, Realtor Fla room, lovely oak floors, KEYSTONE POINT .
lot enclosed Rooms, 6222 NW 22nd Ct. W. 4.
large appliances.front porch Price,large only kitchen$13,000, 751-2243. Hurry comer this will sell fast.garage.Alla- F. Williams, rooming house. 4. 2125 NE 124th St. Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bathe .

with $400 down and $84 mo. No Qualifying pattah Realty, 633-0426. ____ June 24 Fla room, garage, large lot. No qualifying, .

Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW 925 NW 84th Street. Open flexible terms. 0
ice box and Nice bedroom .
Large 12 17x49 1 CBS apt.
Sunday this
PL see one sure-
7th Ave. 9-4371. Open
screens for sale reasonable, $17.50 Liberty Rental Agcy.
eves.down).Sundays (veterans $100 Fla carpet room, CBS, 3 this bedrooms is a, large fine PL 4-7671, 7809.2020 NW 62nd SU Call 633- : 1230 NW 86 STREET :

Seller Pays Closing Costs home in very nice area, $13,- ---- $400 down, FHA. Beautiful 3 bedroom, 1 \
No qualifying. $285 down, 3
Like new 3 bedroom CBS in 900 only $1,500 down and bedroom CBS, near expressway Nice 1 bedroom CBS duplex. bath, CBS, owner pay closing cost. ;
Bunche Park.Awning windows, $93 month pays all. Call any- $19. Liberty Rental Agcy.
large yardfreshly painted inside time, A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, $85 month pays all 2020 NW 62nd St. Call 633- 1131 NW 85 STREET : I
Oren E. Morton, Realtor, PL
and out. Price only 7512243.No. 7809.
,$9,200 with $300 down and 8-0551. : 3 bedroom, 2 bath, enclosed garage, wall to

$55 month. Key at Life Realty Qualifying Newly upholstered dryei, 2 bedroom duplex. Liberty wall carpet, CBS, FHA, $700 down. I
Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. 935 NW 84th St. Open Sunday. chair. Rental Agcy. $21.00. 2020 .
Shop. $39.50
PL 9-4371. Open Sundays and 3 bedroom, CBS, built in Call 6247181. NW 62nd St. 633-7809. $400 Down FHA

evenings(veterans $100 down),. range,modem formica kitchen,
spotless, only $13,000, $1,600 Closing Nice 1 bedroom house. $16. 1431 NW 89! STREE :
Seller Pays Costs
Seller Pays Closing Costs down and $100 month pays all. Beautiful deluxe home on NV Liberty Rental Agcy. $16. Lovely 2 bedroom 1 bath CBS beautiful
Call anytime. A. Ben-Kori, 2020 NW 62nd st. Call 633- : .
Like CBS duplex in Alia-
new 67th St. near 2nd Ave. Fla
pattah area, large patio with Realtor, 7512243. room, tile roof, garage, wall ti:7809. oak floors, enclosed garage. .

awning jalousie windows, wall large fenced yd,,
carpet, ''Duplex. 1815ft NW 84th St
Spanish tile floors, appliancesPrice Total price FHA Special do. stove, refrig., washing machine 1 bedroom, Fla room, unfurn. I: BRAND NEW :
$12.000, $400
only with $400 air cond. FHA price,
$11,800 veterans '''No children. $20 wk. 751-
down and $88 month pays all. $100 down. This is $13,500 with $450 down. Veterans '. 2243. S 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, beautiful oak .
really a beauty fully
Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW $100 down and $81.6!t floors call to .
cost to you, a must see. e see.
nti Ave. PL 94371. Open month. Life Realty Broker,
CBS, wall to wall carpet, interior HELP WANTED
Sundays (veterans $100 down). decorating in excellent 4932 NW 7th Ave. PI 9-4371 : DUPLEXES :
and Sundays.
Open eves
taste. Call anytime A. Ben- Salesman. Will train right
1 2 bedrooms each side like new FHA .
Seller Pays Closing costs Kori, Realtor, 751-2243. person, good commission.Best .
We have 2 homes in the Manor Waxing Service. (colored). conventional. $700 down.

Park area that you can buy Total price 7700. A steal! FOR RENT 759 NW 54th St. 4! !

with $500 down and move rightin. Immaculate 2 bedroom on large Room in private home, prefer Master 4 4600 NW 7 AVE 751-8642

Both have 2 bedrooms, car- lot, city water and sewage. gentleman. Phone 633-0640 or barber wanted. 100%

port, jalousie windows, awnings Only $53 mo. Move right in. 7589717. air cond. shop. Phone 374- 4: OPEN 1 DAYS A WEEK :
and are nicely located.one 1160 NW 31st St. Je 1-6902. 9508. .

on NW 40th St., the otheron -- A cottage apt. fume plus wanted at ROY.S'. .... ... ........
NW 46th St. Income property. This is a hot utilities a man or 2 men to Barber
Barber Shop, 6349 NW 7th
deal for someone who has a share. PL 8-4925 1012 NW '
House. For sale by owner, 2 down payment of 5000. 2 75th Street. Ave. Phone 751-9112.- Indf.

bedroom dining room, Fla bedroom, CBS home, plus a

room, double garage, awnings, two story bldg. in back with 2 bedroom house fum. $18.50, EDISON Specials
beautifully landscaped. Seeto two apartments, price only week. 4110 NW 15th Ave. MIDWEST

appreciate. 757-6507. $12,500 owner will take back 757-6887. Mrs. Moore.

---- 1st mortg. with small monthly SPECIALS

$79 a month pays all. CBS payment. Drive by 670 NW 44St. Room hot and cold water at OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY

large fenced yard, with a big Then call Fenster Realty, all times. Call between 6:30: 3 bedroom, 2 bath

bar-be-q on NW 84th Terr. Broker PL 9-8779. AM. and 691-7030.9:30 a.m. and 8:30p.m. 3073 NW 56th Strtet 1460 NW 89! STREET

Carpet, drapes, no qualifyingfor Terozzo floors, like new,
nice tilt roof air conditioner
CBS cycle
FHA terms, ---------- Very reverse ,
bedroom CBS,
this nice 3 bedroom home. 2 built-in oven, range, low
Call now E. Harry Denny, only $250 down payment, Nice rooms, private bath, down Good terms. wall to wall carpeting. $12,400 total.$300 down, FHA,

7540483. Tip Top Realtors. owner pays closing costs. settle woman or couple, call Open house Sat.-Sun. County taxes only.
Drive by 1992 NW 48th St. in after 6 p.m. 4758
Then call Fenster Realty, person 2:306 p.m. ALSO SEE US FOR THESE
NW 21 Ave.
FHA Beauty ******
Broker, PL 98779.We
Beautiful home and income, 2 bedroom house, 3115 NW Won't Lost! NO QUALIFYING
only 6 years old, cost owner homes
have 2-3-4 bedroom 65th St. HI 4-8004, 3737973or 3 bedroom, 1 both $300 DOWN
$23.000 to build selling
for veterans $100 down pay- Mr. Mitchell, NE 5-3466. NW 56th Street
$18,000 FHA, $800 down, ment with a built-in range $17 week. 3158 4 bedroom, partly furn. house with separate

veterans less, you can live oven, large lots. We have new $8750 1 bedroom, fume cottage In rtor. Monthly
also rent free in this huge, VA lists and FHA lists. Callus Room--, private bath, 635- 'Low down Good terms payments include everything.
spacious home with 2 baths, information Fenster
for 5730 after 6 p.m.
a must see. Rental unit in Fenster Realty, Broker PL 2 bedroom, 1 both
rear is very large. Call any- 1. Exceptionally nice CBS home tile roof Fla
9-8779. Room, reasonable, 2475 NW 2780 NW 56th Street ,
time. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, --- 65th St. Apt. 2. 691-2014. Low down Good terms room, plus rear enclosed porch. $78.54 month
7J1-2243. No qualifying. Hot deal. 2 ****** FHA. No closing cost.

- bedroom, CBS, carport, builtin Furn. effcy. Free utilities for
FHA DuplexIt's range, tile roof, air condit- 1 or 2 adults. 1168 NW 51 St. This Is I Itl 2. Near Edison High. 2 bedroom CBS, tile roof.
a beauty, and very large ioner, drive by 6931 NW 4th 2 bedroom, 1 bath $250 down FHA.No closing cost. Hlu big lot.
completely furnishedno Ave.Then call Fenster Realty Furn apt. with yeard reasona- $350
extra cost, drive by 1919 ******
Broker PL 9-8779. ble. For information call OX 3. $73 month pays everything. CBS, tile roof, fenced
NW 90th St. To see, then .
me, total price $15,800 with Home,no qualifying $12,500. 1-2426. Waterfront Homes yard, city water, $250 down, FHA. No closing

$600 down, you can live rent $78 month, CBS, 2 bedroom, bedroom cottage with 2-3 bedrooms, 2 baths cost.
free Fla room, hard- Furns. one FHA
here. Anytime 7512243.D bath room for working couple.
floor awning and sprinkler. 'carport *******
- 4. No qualifying. Lovely home, fenced yard.
NW 55th street.
Street 2331
I House NW 93rd VA-FHA HOMES
2155 Patio, well, pump, sprinkler, Fla room, FHA,
FHA CBS, 1 bath, full garageS 688-2948. evening. .L $100 DOWN mortgage already placed.
: en, plus 2 bedroom, full car--
Pet, air conditioning, this is FOOD AT ITS BEST ,
really nice, total, price is ws saavs UXMIttu.. :=oo TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.
$11,300, veterans $100 down.
4 Jo.n.
call on this one. Call any- HAND vout UOUIO ,YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

time. A.Ben-Kori, Realtor, ttNtfllMEMCal's 5499 NW 27 AVE $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

Sacnnce saldl! $1500 cash. & Restaurant AG Building
take over 1st mortgage of \ Lounge Fred D. WelUr, Broker

$10,500$73 mo. 3 bedroom, eooe-eoio N. w. 22ND AVENUE E. 0, Culm.r, Rg. Salesman EDISON REALTY, Realtors ,

*'a room, oak floors, 3 years S. D. Barkl.y.Sal.. Mgr.

young. a onceinalifetime PHONBNE 175 N.W. 62nd St 751-2441
Bargain! OWNID AND OPLATD 3-8316 Rotes: 635-8035
No qualifying, move YOUNG.Looe
right in. BY JAME8 a NEALlr N IE 3-2834 633-3735
city water. 1849 NW ..
152nd st. Je 1-6902. ,,. ,,':! 'I '.'.. t. ..-..... VrfCLASSIFIED
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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 24, 1966

EOPI to Offer Free Legal Citizens Advisory Comnittee HOME BUYERS

i Service Poor Urban Renewal AreaFirst
\ *
Within the next few weeks, and this program is being organized formal activity'of the property has been acquired by NO RED TAPE SEE TODAY
Economic Opportunity Legal with full cooperationand
the Urban Renewal Agency
J Services Program, Inc., wil I assistance of the Dade Citizens'for Advisory Committee -with another $1.8 million BUY TODAY MOVE IN TOMORROW
1 be opening Its various branch County Bar Association. Community Improvement -worth in eminent domain pro-
will be the
legal offices, which are to be Disadvantaged people will town Negro to urban tour renewalarea down- ceedings. 168 NW 47th St. . . $350 down
located in the pockets of now have the opportunity to the is
poverty of Dade County. seek legal assistance in the and the Northwest Tran- newly-elected Organizing Advisory tour Com- 929 NW 49th St. . . $450 down
sition in order become
These offices will be areas of housing or job dis- familiar area with the to tandem mittee chairman William Ryder 1904 NW 90th.St . . $450 down
staffed with full time attor- crimination, domestic rela-
neys and clerical workers, tions, landlord and tenant problems of these areas. In Other, officers advertising elected executive.at the 1762 NW 152nd St. . . $350 down
urban renewal the
and will be located at the practices, consumer frauds, area group early June meeting were vice
Economic Opportunity Program juvenile court, and areas of undergoing will observe demolition the first parcels along chairman Mrs. Jack Maloney, ALL CBS ALL LESS THAN RENT
centers in the downtownarea the law where there is no civic worker; and Clifford R.
J Liberty City, Browns lawyer provided to indigentsby with the area in Project No. Matthews, teacher at BookerT. Call Owner 7588749CBS
1 now being acquired. To date
ville, Coconut Groye, Per- the state.We will,announce Washington Community
worth of
rine and Homestead. This is the exact dates that these $1,000,000 School. I NUWUUWUUUUU
,f part of the war on poverty declared offices will be open very .......-. .- --,
by President Johnson, shortly.

.. ', l' :.. Jack's MEN'S WEAR : HOMES
r"I: I "

iEt:' ; Save $3000 Today SEE "MR. JACK" $100 $250 DOWN
: CBS HOME Th. Very Latttt in M..'. Fashions 2444 NW 80 STREET $14.43
>( 2250 NW 81 TERRACE $11.30
944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida 2020 NW 84 STREET 3 BEDROOM
FHA Value $10,500 -.My Price $7500, 2035 NW 86 STREET $66.29


See Call Owner 758-8749 Reliable Rental Agency 1991 NW 81 TERRACE $56.54

1112 NW 82 STREET $11.30


Low, Low down paymentsNo 2 bedroom

loan costs or extra'charges!! BISCAYNE REALTY, INCReg.
1849 152
Free moving (paid by owner)!! 3 bedroom R.E. Broker

Free new stove & RefrigeratorSEE
1094 NW 54 STREET
1 bedroom

339 ,NW 39 STREET "

CBS, large porch, 2 bedroom, oak floors 2" BEDROOM DUPLEXES ;

dining room, large discount for cash or $250 6922 NW '6 CT. .

down. j" 1 : 6162 NW 6 CT. $ FIRST 'TIME" 'OFFERED>'> :" .:,

113 NW 51 ST. 1.;.,.. ,. ,
2050 NW 96 STREET ;,, '

CBS, like new, carport, oak floors, tile roof, '32M''NW,'13 AVENUE'

comer, large lot, $350 down. 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT <;; ', Pool! Home",on' Two' 'Lots "*:" ,,

4119 NW 15 CT. 1I' :::' Four Bedrooms: 'Two' Baths .:

Call Owner 7588749FORD'S 5023 NW 24 AVE. ,. h', < :$20,0t)0; ) totof. price '<-
2040 NW I \' \ \ "
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4800 NW 18 AVENUE '!f.1V:1I""L" [ ". &33.2&G .t: ',,' "'''' ...1 ,:
"i: "
9100 NW 23 AVENUE

) 9101 NW 15 AVE. 3 bedroom, 2 bath ............
', '
$450 down $81 monthly 1'111:

1420 NW 39 ST. 2 bedroom, Fla room ,: ,,,Best, ,Buys.i.. "in, Town-, '111Yi"aaM8ii>, ;',':..4}:.f'I' : KING SIZE BUYS :

$300 down $75 monthly + PUT YOUR QUEEN IN ONE OF OUR CASTLES 4

1910 NW 89 TERR 3 bedroom ALL CBS BEAUTIES A FROM $100 DOWN +

$300 down $75 monthly' NO CLOSING COSTS + 8141 Nn 16 AVENUE +

8458-62 NW 14 AVE. CBS duplex $300 DOWN. $11 MO. 3 bedroom, dining roan, + Georgeous pool home, 3 bedroom, carpeted, air con-+
A ditioned, fenced. +
$250 down $70 monthlyUSE utility room, outside freshly painted.

$350 DOWN. $82 MO. 3 bedroom, Fla rOOM, closed 4 8100 NW 14 AVENUE IV

OUR TRADE PROGRAM porch, dining room, appliances, air cond. Tri-corner extra large lot, 3 bedroom, carport, patio, J

i + front Fla room, awnings, sprinkler system, carpeting, V

FORD REALTYINC. Broker $300 DOWN. $14 MO. 2 bedroom, dining room, + $13,150 total price. +

lareg utility room, carport, appliances.
3619'N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 + 1451 NW 88 STREET J
rooms.2 bedroom, Flo room, dining room, garage, T A 2 bedroom, screened porch, carport, 75x110 lot. Total J
FHA or bank.DUPLEX price $12,500. T

+ 840 NW 85 STREET +
$16 MO. $300 DOWN. 2 private
< houses. 1 bedroom, carport each. Back to back. A 2 bedroom, Fla room, and otherextras. $12,500. TT
Presents Entrances on separate streets, appliances. 4
8720 NW 17 AVENUE AT
2 bedroom, extra large paneled Fla room, stove, 2 A
$15 MO. 3 BEDROOM, 3 BATH. Enclosed porch, 4 utility rooms, $13,500.
dining room, utility room, appliances, only $750 J

I 2156 NW :47th ''Terrace down, $8,500 total. ? 8811 NW 15 AVENUE A

,j 2180 NW 47th Terrace $15 MO. FENCED 2 BEDROOM. Enclosed porch, + 2 bedroom, Flo room, fenced, large lot and other ex- A
I dining room, partly furn. $750 down. $8,000 total. tras. 13000. I
3155 NW 66th Street
1540 NW 58 STREET T
1750 NW 76th Terrace HAVE CASH? BIG BARGAIN. 2 bedroom, screened J
1780 NW 76th Terrace porch, dining. room, utility room, w ashing T2 bedroom, cathedral ceilings, FHA value $11,000. TT
machine, only $7,500 cash.
1909 NW 85th Terrace 8101 NW 17 AVENUE I
DUPLEX 2 BEDROOM each apt. Large rooms, J 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, large lot beauty. $16,500. T
$1,000 DOWN FROM $13,995 appliances, reasonable down, $12,700 total. +


.' (Houses Lots Mortgages Cars)) x J OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK T


J'& 8000 NW 1 AVE' PL 1-9108

3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 4260 NW 7th AY*. 758-5551, .............W

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111 Friday, June 24, )966 15

:Jones Licensed In

Harold Jones, well known by the v
pioneer of Miami has been and
a licensed by the
I state of
Florida to pracgl ce the art and[ I
science and Hypnotherpy. ( ,
Harold Jones is a graduateof
the Professional Hypnotist ten the
School of New York City and of
: Is a member of the Association .
III- to Advance Ethical Hyp-
nosis and. the for
After the Marlins and 'St. Pete baseball International skin
teams Society of Hypnotists both
finished their marathon of 29 innings, the longestgame organizations being charteredLIBCITY J.
ever to be played in pro baseball which lasted .

6 hours and 59 minutes, a request was received from I not ous be problema.'i
the Hall of Fame at Cooperstown, N. Y. for a pictureof ,....
the players who participated in the game to be jjung states, the Atlantic Barber Shop, 1030 NW 2nd
up with the rest of the all time greats of yesteryear.This field at the home of Simmie Smith Saturday

will be a great honor for these youngsters. DRIVE-IN THEATRE tism- celebrate his birthday. Pictured at the

Charlie Sands, Marlin catcher:, caught the whole 29 are Smith, Charles Lowe, Charles
innings. Bill Demars, Marlins' manager said he lost Zh1.ASTWEEKr,4Now nized Payne and Roscoe Muldrow.
15 pounds. Some feat. :

Continuing with this marathon, Umpire Louis ed Guest Hous <
Benetez, a Miami boy,, went the full gamer behind the many es =

plate. This is Benetez' first year'in pro ball. I asked '
Mr. house of unusual room*
him how come it, lasted so long. He said St. Pete has
office "K.. In mind"
no curfew. This is the only club in the Florida State a name. p ui
plate, w. challenge you to find
League without a curfew.A being
Seeing Is believing
soona rection.In accommodations you receive
NEW PLAYER ADDED TO MARLINS find only In'this brother
legend. is
Kenneth Faulkner who bats from the left side gave -
the fans a thrill his first time at bat. He had a base also STREET 6243851Dresses

hit which scored a run then hit a double to score at JAMAICA DUGIE
another run. Kenneth came to the Marlins through a w sonal Alwo s o friend

deal with the White Sox with.Eddie Fischer. He played ..... ._
with Houston AAA in '61 San ntonio in '62

triple A, Amarillo '63 double_ A, Dallas in '64 doubleA.

During this his batting average was over 300. He
was sent from Lynchburg double A, a White Sox farm
team. A slight foot injury has held him, back a little. $
While at Lynchburg he betted .294. Kenneth is single SUMME'ARAEII

26 years of age, weighs 180 lbs., 5 ft. 11 in. He start-
ed his playing days since a kid and loves ,the game.

He went to Cook's High, Fisk University. also playedin
the Service. NEVADA



THIS IS '"i b $7.00 to $13.00

J/ VALUES TO $30.00

MACHINE Sizes 5 to 20

(order your

'66 model

'V now!)
.. Iif
-$ available
Ed old last week. He celebrated -
Peeples was 90 years :
it at Miami Stadium.He was presented withan .- h.: at your $1.88 to $4.88 '-,
autographed ball by Manager Nilly Demars and Vocaltheatre u 4Y
Sgt. Bill Ogle, officer on duty at the park took up a Values to $14.00 '
collection and bought him a pass for the season. The \
fans gave him a standing ovation, then Satchel Leroy acmcm Blouses Skirts Slacks Sizes 8 to
Paige, who was pitching exhibition that night, came
over and congratulated him. Ed is the oldest Marlin 16"I
fan and hasn't missed a game for the last six years. J C
D 00 { Y, : //1'


H C ...HOP :
23) and 24 Deerfield at 7:30: p.m.; June 25 ,1'4 1
and 26, West Palm Beach, Sat. at 7:30 p.m. and Sun. AAIDTNEN. itFI
6112 NW 7th Ave. Edison
at 6:30 p.m. These will be the last games at home for ,;: 'l
the first half.THUMBNAIL.


Warren, defensive halfback, 5-11, 185, 26 LAY-A-WAY OR CHARGE ACCOUNT
years old, Illinois. Played in All-America game in
Buffalo. Scored first touchdown for Illinois in '64

Rose Bowl game. Played regular cornerback as a rookie -

for Chargers. Has 9.7 speed in 100. Broad jumpedover 1

24 feet. Lives in New Orleans, Las +
_ __ ry "
------ 'i"'MIIIII /am devilishly handsome.

PEANUT- The reason mayVITALITY


Yield 1 cup
1%tablespoons instant butter- COOLERS"
scotch pudding mix : %tablespoon peanut butter I I I
1 cup milkIn
s mixer or blender thoroughly) mix }
pudding mix, peanut butter cup \.'\\'
milk.Gradually bland! in remaining milk. "
Chill before serving.

Dream up your own l : )
GENE MINGO Milk Vitality Coolers and renumber _tjJ :::fiI :
old. No I JUST FOR THE YOUNG _1jif! };;;!!;l

Gene Mingo, kicker, 6-1, 190, 28 years
co kickers in pro ball.
ege. One of the finest
late in '64 and was played only on special while
'"a record in '62 with Z1
Set all-time field goal .
record in '62 with 137 points. I
ft Denver. Set AFL scoring from
Led rookie. Has longest run j '.
league in scoring as a "
carrier. Lives in SOUTHEAST FLORIDA DAWY :
scrinanage of 82 yards. Also good ball
** Cenito, CaL


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16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 24.1966

I AiYu19{ l lt8! SfB! Ji'HjlYi 9iJgfi t 1ll IIts. !':' I

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Of Dade County's 208 ele- He said that no teachers and Superintendent Joe Hall ed to volunteer, but "no ultimatums prospect of involuntary assignments widespread feeling is caused
mentary secondary schools will be estimated issued and and other teachers by fear.
reassigned while that in recent weeks were no,
only South 19-all and Southwest located in school the away for the summer but he 300 teachers have volunteeredto one is being transferred have asked publicly that administrators "It's a difficult thing,"
is confident that assignmentof transfer to the schools without his consent. refrain from making one teacher said. "These
districts-have not yet engaged new teachers and others. where they are needed. Three members of the it. people ate asked to jump into
integrated staffs for next fall. who volunteer for transfer He said that some teacherswere school board reported recently Supt. Hall, many of his the unknown from the known
It has been difficult to I local civil and they are understandably
will make it possible to haveat approached by their superiors that some teachers are a
find to Negro teachers schools willing becauseof to least one teacher of each and asked or persuad- complaining bitterly about the rights leader agree that this hesitant. do this."
go these --
race 'on the faculty of every
the distance they would I
have to drive said Assistant school by September.One '
hundred Dade schools ,. "AETHA KAITYIS ; '}h'
Personnel ;
Director Ronald ,
;: '.". ,
Theobald. had integrated staffs last fall, / ..,;".11j/; I P RESAYCLEANERS
t' 'It1.f. I
; .. FfiA MW.11. ;: '
Man Attacked! by .1.' ...\;'HI.,.'" ''':';;''\1', (, ': ., '' ,
'. \.t" : ;'.'i,:;;. ..; /'
I "r. ''N.. $LS'JlO :STS: t:, .

Wasps DiesA t' ".- -'. ;"r' : : J. I : & LAUNDRY

X81 N.W::85th. St. ,.,:.ir t, ;... :Vie.:Qhfrit: #1 1..'

55-year-old Edison saying "I'll gel you, I'll "11, ,NW. 14*r Ave.'::3 Wrfreoffl, ,2 both''j i 27
Center resident was stung to get you" as he sprayed the 4628 NW AVE.
death by wasps on Saturday hornet's nest."There's t mi' rAve$11,900tetsl. t'' :

while triming a hedge in his Parks' last a big words one,," were Mrs. 1835' NW,91st.'St. .,, ::1;:72.54, i mend,' ; : 59275We

yard.Will Parks of 1060 NW James reported Sunday. 9100,NW 16" AVE.. .:-,FHA; :$12) J::; .f i NE

65th St.after, died being about swarmed five minutes by- from The the unfortunate yard into man the bath-went 9120: NW J6rfi A've., ,:4,bedrseet2!;:. ,b I)\ :

a colony of wasps couched in room where he started taking ," SEE", JAETNA : ,; specialize in hand finished shirts.
the trellis on the west side off off his shirt and shoes. He \'. \TEAY'n ,')
fell dead to the floor. .,
his house. ''1 a
SatisfactiM GiirMtMd
Mrs.Ada James,a neighbor Parks was rushed by am- \ '<:MALTYBROKER :
said she talking with .
was bulance to Jackson Memorial i d", ,
Parks as he buzzed his elec- Hospital where he was pronounced Fr. Pick aid
tric trimmer along the row of dead. The cause of i f : Up Delivery
bushes and that suddenly "he his death is unusual, and an 111 NW 54A St. 757-5724
started hollering and waving
authority said that Parks may
his arms. He knocked of his ."j ,i>
Slater Owner
hat," she said. have stings.been alergic to wasp 'i' 'lif 1 Rev. W. M. ,

Parks went back into the
small white house and returned -
with a spray can.
Mrs. James quoted him as

Circle No. 1 of the Mis-
sionary Society is sponsoring
a Fashion Tea at the church1
June 26 from 4 to 6 p.m. Your
presence will be greatly ap-
preciated.You .
are always welcome to
worship with us in any of our 6483TAFTST. PALM SPRINGS MILE I 5757 N.W. 27th AVE. PERRINE 9843 Bird LfTI I
activities. 1375 W.49th St. SHOPPING CENTER
r W. Hollywood HaU! .Mla. MIAMI, FLA. Perrin,f la.23S.3901 Miami,Flo.
9450381 21-1761 635-0736 635-0736 '226-5631




Register HOT PICK-UP LUNCHES now SERVICE to secure a 4 pc.kam Sectional

place for the fall term.

691-7796 OR 696-3302

Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup.START '

5jJ :!. ,

WORK TOD Y.I ,." : '
A Public Svrvle Over t

20 Yeys /' .,,, ,,,' ,, ... .,.,r. ,..
Live In Molds -
Cooks Bus Boys r' .: i ,. 'k'JI I

Go Dishwoshers* Station Drivers Porters .' "l' _

We Hotel Appreciate& Home Mold Your kIJr % : )H1--

Business 1 t t ; _tl _t _1 _t ____
Fn 98382IIlirolbt
IM 1 N.E.5th Street +


buy-a do..
To .start children's eoW
0( 1 cation fund CUSTOM MADE

To pay off debts t i
Or even start a saving REVERSIBLE

Drive account a cob Kill' or part L J' ,' ZIPPERED CUSHIONSSELF

tI... Interesting work',as .. COVERED'
1, yes are meeting.new people ,LIMIT PLATFORMS
: 1.
w' 1025 W. Flagler, L Indtf Street, N s F o Roots 4... COMP. 169.96 TAKE HOME.ASAVEh

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