The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: August 1, 1964
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: UF00028321:00174

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Tallahassee TomorrowBroken !

Curve The arrowpointing'curve In 1954 when he set an Orange
sign 'marking the dangerouscurve Bowl record by piling up 297
Bunkum Road had yards rushing as the Rattlers
Barker Spells Death lien knocked down two weeks ,smashed Maryland State 07-19.
h'a13t1. services for Willie ago and never set back. ,I*! Galimore, from St. Augustine. i
GaflntWt ; ivlll be held in Tal- remember is survived by his wife Audrey
J Miamlana will
l&iassee at one o'clock. Saturday and three children Ronnie 7,
his fabulous
from the New allmore
afternoon, I arid Marlon 4. <<
Philadelphia Primitive Baptist Orange Blossom Classic game Fawngreta. ,>

Church -
The body will lie in state in

the administration building on .Intern Joins Daytona'sCity :
the Florida A and M University ,
campus Friday afternoon, and
at the church Saturday morn-

ing.The Manager Staff Receives' Carnegie

Chicago Bear star half-
back and John Farrington, a Sylvester Murray, 22 year old Murray, who received a B. A For
Miamian seeking a master degree degree from Lincoln Univer-
catching end fatally
pass In government administration sity, Chester, Pa., already has
when thrown from John A. Stephen,
injured of Penn, completed, three major work i tie
their skidding Volkswagen on from the University truck driver received \
sylvanla, went to 'work' at projects for 'the 'City ''of Phila-
turn on a Medal for bravery
sharp negie
an Hall I delphia and one for the lower. ,
country road two miles from Daytona Beach's City .as Township. he drowned attempting to
administrative assistant t oDaytona's
their, training camp at Rens- an the life of Andrew
Manager Hickey.
City ,
selaer, Ind. The Stephen family
Murray is a Fels Scholar and friends T were on a fishing
,.The :two bad played golf at the First Florida Negro to ever when the tragedy
a nearby ;,country club that receive one of the coveted Andrew Emmanuel 24, of
afternoon and were rushing working scholarships of the NW 55th St.. attempted to I I
s home'.to beat the 1100: o'clock Fels Institute of Local and the canal with a fishing
curfew _The accident occured State ,Government, Philadelphia. his hand, got tangled In
r,, about.10.30Sunday' night. I ? rt w r w line and sank. John
... Hlckey, himself a Fels dove In the canal
Scholar, said Murray will do to save the drowning I
regular management assign Emmanuel clasped
I ment in addition to five .major neck In a death grip and

.. I study projects. drowned.
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"Murray will be here for six .Mrs.1 Stephen will
.. months. During that time, hemust Rio i each month from the

.. make 16 weekly reports negie Hero Fund ..
( ) on ,commendations for Improvements .Mr. Stephen' leaves' four
,'' said. Hlckey. less' children.

"His first major study will
be working. on the budget. <
Then, we probably will have
him study the city's garbage 4Fi t
contract and '-see whether$ or !
not we should continue with Is
the contract or. return to, collections -

by city crews. ," laid Felt Scholar MurrayGospel
New Prexy

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i Mr. Caravan FeaturesMiami's convention Sessions of of the Frontiers 28th '

x"t, .. national' terminated here
Iy Williams day, with the election of '
;oi'. Malian cers. Marcus Neustadter. \ 1
New Orleans was elected
ton Hughes "Black Nativity" dent of the service club + ;
< affiliated clubs in 25
: *1F returned froman has
which recently the District of Columbia I ;
; MACES RUNOFF- Pretty extended tour of Europe the British West Indies.
of {
Johnson of Pocstello under the State Department
Dorothy. Neustadter, In his :
who was Miss Idaho'runnng! the United States speech, called upon
for Miss USA in the Miss Universe trail-blazers
Miss Williams to be
but Just recently men
contest didn't win
concert at New York's veloping better human
gave a
she made the
the the people
Art tions
!' : Museum of Modern among
The, Shapely University of first gospel concert to take izens of their communities.
Idaho coed was\among the 15'finalists As.Y 'place there. She is often described "The orglnal : I
"a. woman with a
before Bobbl as
,-r-' i Io .of'-Washington, Dl' ,CX.. .Jobns'f voice like Gabriel's trumpet. worked were trail together blazers to and

v,4''ir11; ', coveted title. Local,gospel music'lovers will their common enemies to M
get. a chance to see this amazing '
1dIss Universe will'be set lect1- gospel Jubilee August 10, at the vhre. In every community, /
problems, there are ,
ed during a nationwide televif I Miami Beach Convention Hall are '
alDD-ahow.. from 9-11 Saturday starring Alex' Bradford, 'The dens and there are
Convention Hall at : Princess Stewart roads. The modern
N In.the Mljanil Stars of Faith, men willing' to
I men. are I
*l Bradford Singers
Beadle / and the v and to,.
,with the mass choirs of)Miami i
Driver DieftsRacing under the direction of Mrs expanding
: -r; Pauline Dunn, Mrs. Eloise job opportBnitfcM better,' 1 !
Y _From Police Barrett Kemp, and Mr. Ulysses opportunities and better L

.. -. Morris. tween men," said +
borrpwed <
,car )
Riding a i
,r early Sunday, a teenager died Marion- ..WWfams, the"- grfat{ For an evening of religious "I say to you be
i' ,.. Va.twfflc accident, at ,NW. 22nd trumpeting 'voice I will star xaa entertainment plan to see and a better life and
!186 St. ,one ,ofvthe participantsX011 the hear this spectacular gospel I pioneers do not look
.. Wt.wnUa $ Jr.. iTI ,of ,"Qoai\ / be caravan. mediate reward, but find

? $+n'i14th PU died of a presented 1 by the Ministerial Advance tickets on sale at St. and satUfactloftia'th*'f : +
;henneck.I' .voter Registration I' through ,. strong offers
August 10,-aL,tile MIami Beach John Baptist Church, 1328 exalted. .Bef pioneers
James ''H. 'Heed, Opa-locka, Coeventfon'Hairat, : 8 p.m.'Marion 3rd Ave. Greater Bethel AME are abundant life 'for ., f
I said, he stopped 245 NW 8th St. St. Agnes mofe > ,
patrolman, : to Church
is no stranger
:<< i WUHaUna. )) he' said.
i our..challenge, ,
WWltta. for speeding at State Miami,'.JutVtDg ,been born and EDl.copal.Church (Rectory) +
J r Road 9 and 22nd.-Ave. But;when I reared There.' She can best be 1732 NW 3rd Ct. Dew Drop 1 "Dr. Hubert B. Croudjoi\ :
,....,....I. the officer got ,out of .his car, remembered l for 'her singing at Pharmacy 3727 Grind Avenue I ville,' 'Tenn.:;_ wa* elected
v Williams sped away.; the' ChurchOf God''Prophecy* Coconut Grove, North's Travel vice-president and. : '
God In Christ. Agency 1104 NW 3rd Ave. To-: '
and Church, Of the executive committee
Reed chased him at speeds ; '
1 back Drugs, Grand Ave. Coconut! the Rev. Pbale
7". '' up,to.85. miles per hour, until She,jnakes a triumphant return .- Grove. Richmond Heights call ers Columbus were Ohio, second .
Williams' ran into an eight-foot
after some CE 8-4512 Liberty City Range f
pMe'of:Idlrt' at the:,dead end; of UT her hon\e which Funeral biome 6727 NW 17th president; Clarence ) : \}
-&a. ':; ": ''' -,. year.away, during gsiejestarred i
,., .. .( u.1 7'.f:__ 4); Jn the ltd Ave. ;,> Contiaued -on-**!* ( .J.:

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MOMlgty ttT THE Uf.COVlMMtN}

Most people know social
security payments are not
made to a worker at retirementage
unless, his yearly earningsare
limited. There.is no require-
ment, howver that. Income.
s .P f ? other than earnings be limited.
7 For this reason It is very important -
that workers know

just what income is. counted as
earnings. and what is. not, Ed-
ward P. Blonston, district man
ager for social security In MIami -
(North) said today.

If earnings from wages or
self-employment Income are
not more than $1200 for the

r year, the worker will get all
ry of his benefit checks for the
year. If earnings are between
$1200 and $1700, $1 in benefit
payments is witheld for each
$2 of earnings over $1200 and
up to $1700; $1 In benefit pay-
ments is witheld for each of
Wheatley Elementary Reading Program ClosesOn earnings over $1700.

Mr. Blonston said that In figuring -

Thursday July 23, the r were Mrs Selma Hayden, sum- Howell, certificates of merit PTA vice president and treasurer total yearly earnlngsi all
sixth grade pupils of the Sum- mer school principal who was for outstanding school service, was co-sponsored by the wages earned as oye
mer Reading Program at the guest speaker. also perfect attendance, schol- sixth grade parents and sum- and all earnings, from self-em-
Wheatley Elementary School Highlights of the program arship, reading and PTA book mer sixth grade teachers I ployment are counted.
awards. Mrs. Alberta is
honored with included the Installation Godfrey sec- These be Included
were a reception cere- earnings must -
The activity, under the lead- retary; Mrs. Annie Mae Jack-
In the cafotoroum. On hand: to mony for the new officers by ership of Mrs.. Mary Blue, vice I son, president and Mrs. Hazel even if they are not

receive the new 7th graders Installing officer, Mrs. Docha president and Stanley Newbold, Troy, principal. covered employees by the social total security.wages (For not

just the take-home pay) are
Students .. counted. Any bonuses, commissions -
Get Citizens Registration Drive fees vacation pay etc.,
I are also' counted For a self-em-
ployed person the net profit

Awards From DAREach In Full Swing from.his Blonston business emphasized is counted.Mr. that.

year John Macdonald Under the direction of Rev. 'Mrs Portia Bannister, Rev. J. Investment Income such as dividends -
I Theodore Gibson, Rev. Thed- A. interest on savings,
I Finlayson, Rev. J. B. Black-
'Chapter, DAR, gives Thatcher ford Johnson, Rev. S. A. Cou- nell. Rev. P. W. Williams, Rev. and rentals does not count as ...--r. : .-' .-''.
Award pins, with citation to sin, Rev. Lembert Sands and T. E. Wright, Rev. I. C. Mlc- earnings Other kinds of Income ? "
'students in schools in which local Negro Community work- klns, Sam Moncur, Odell Johns that do not count as earningsare
the chaper sponsors Junior ers Dade County is in the midstof and Willie Redding along with company pensions or retirement -
one of Its most productive others, Dade County Is on the payments, benefits .
American Citizens. This Is the I summers. In an effort to keep way to the best voter registration from the Veterans Administration -
highest award offered by the the community in a non-e and similar payments.A .
National Society, Daughters oil plosive atmosphere it was drive and community program -
the American Revolution to! agreed that an all out voter I ever.Activities. free booklet which gives
elementary school children and 4 more information on this sub-
drive" would
registration engage ,
in some schools it is 'rated the I our population so that I call for parades ject is available at the Miami
highest award given In the unattractive activities would telephone campaigns, fashion (North) social security office
'school. The, pin is a minia- not become a way of life with show and other community located at 234 NE 79 St.

ture replica of the JAC pen- our community that now enjoys projects to make this a n Ice

nant in full color on gold; the the best relationship of long cool summer. .....,, ..., .- .. .-
citation reads: "The Junior any city in the South.In '"'''' RaIjEN ,. '
American Citizens Citation is ,. .,; \ :
calling such lead- ',' '.$' 4. '
awarded to as having upon ., : .
demonstrated distinctive qualities ers as Garth Reeves, chairmanof A Classified Ad Will PayOff .
the board of the integrated <'.
of dependability and lead.
): "
ership; in recognition of ser- Lincoln National Bank; Dr. J. in Big Dividends
0., Brown '
Mrs. Athalie Range, ."
vices renderd for the promo- : ,. .,'
tion of Americanism .., d "
justice, -- - .,
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and character: : uiuuii'g' fellow \
club members and for worthy &l'h r t:<,_
participation in the activitiesof
a Junior American Citizens; Married :
Club. WIGS i

Miss Julia S>t, John had the Mrs. Mary Gilbert Smith of
pleasure of presenting these 803 NW 69th St. wishes' to an-
pins, with citations, to Emily _
Lou Otis and Preston Kendrick ounce the marriage of her .
during a special program in daughter Bertha Gilbert to BY
James Weldon Johnson School; Glen Clarke, son of Mr. and Y i
other children who earned and Mrs. Clarke of Nassau, Baha- r'-
received this top honor were mas. Bertha is 1964 Northwestern MR. BOND"The SAN
Robert Sweet and Alice Miller Tex AIr.
of Bunche Park, and Paula High School graluate man James L. Phillips, son of
Hearst and John Williams of and Beauty School student Biggest and the Best" Mrs. Molly R. Phillips of 2727
Nathan B. Young. The wedding will take place NW 59th St., Miami, Florida
Sunday August 9, 5:30: p.m. at The largest quality wig ,; has completed the first phaseof
In the annual JAC contest the Church of Incarnation. The comp- his Air Force basis military

entries by students in the John- couple will honeymoon in Ja. any in Florida proudly announces ;" I training at Lackland AFB, Tex.
maica. ,
son and Young schools won !
state awards and these entries : iU The airman is a graduate of
were sent on to the national Northwestern High School.
level where they were In competition I Don't, be half citizen!
with entries from allover New Branch At
the United States, and SU's
there, again, they won awards.

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1295 N.W. 6th ST. The Southern University

JET TV CLINICHOME Alumni Chapter met July 27, and
formed the various committees.
The deadline for dues is August -
FT. LAUDERDALEMr. 4. Memebrs that were not
SERVICE CALLS $1.00 able to attend our last meeting
please attend this
one Tuesday
Day or Night night, at 8 n.m, at the residenceof
Ira Blossom will be pr.oud.to greet Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Smith
w. Service All Make elHIFI'
if you" are are not able to attend
and! contact Mr. Smith at'
STEREOS his many friends of Broward 355 NW
s County 47 St, phone 7574205and
;Jl .y -,, w. Alto lUntTV's ., .pay your $10.00. ,
:I ;
; by;xtto; Mifek or month Among the distinguishedgroup
-. a, will be the First Lady
WIGS BY MR. Mrs. Felton G. Clark Come "
907 N.wt'i, AYEHUE. event.out and be heard before the

Phone FR 4-2044 :"; E: 1552NW. with...... Street Miami Let's give these people a .reception -

''' :" ,- : that will long be remembered

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; To Miss Universe I SATURDAY; AUGUST 1, 1964 PAGE 3

', Blame on City Apathy Charity Ball very days, is the highest honor
bestowed by the Elks and is
Thomas K. Washington of
I p "presented to that person regardless -
school 'ration inspire 30G8 Hlblssus St., has been selected fudged
I ling intn/ to of race or color, -
.' NEW YORY. The outbreakof hope for a better life as an escort for Catherine for most distinguished ser-
violence in Harlem on Satur- Negro youth and to eli- Cartwright, Miss Bahamas at vices rendered humanity during -
day, July 18, and in the Bed- among the Miss Universe Charity Ball, the previous year." Golden
ford-Stuyvesant section of minate discrimination in em- will receive the award on Mon-
Brooklyn two days later, has ployment. declared Mr. Hllde August 2, at the Fontainbleu 4t day, August 24, 1DG4 at the

been strongly condemned, buta brand.,) Hotel.. rs Bayfront Auditorium here
during the 65th annual GrandLodge
share of the blame is attributed
Mr. Washington Is a native.
session and conventionof :
"The NAACP has time again
to apathetic
of Ohio discharged
Dayton, recently the Elks.
city officials toward the brought these needs to the attention -
needs and problems of Nelgro from the Signal Corps., Golden
of city officials but has gained International
U S. Army, Is making his home
editor and
i conditions remain basically un- renown as
here. Mr. Washington Is owner publisher of the Carolina
The Rev. Richard A. Hllde- changed. There have been promises -
and operator of Washington'sElectronics Israelete a personal joornarissued
but scant action. Actioncan
brand president of the New
six times from
Service. Radio-TV year
York branch of the. National no' longer' be delayed. he Charlotte, N. C.
asserted. .tt-Fi, Stereo. ;
Association for the Advance- 'q !
ment of Colored People made He has also contributed much'
this charge In a statement to to the cause of civil rights as'a
the press Thursday, July 23. public speaker up and down
Elks Convention Plans the country making many
The disorders which eruptedin appearances in the strongholdsof
the two communities, Mr. segregation and discrimination. -
Hlldebrand said, did not origi- .
nate with the "senseless slay- Near CompletionW.
ing" of 15-year-old: James Powell Golden who declares that

by a white off-duty police. O. Perry, general chair- Bayfront Park Bandshell. Music I Harry Golden To doubt"over if the I have last two missed decades.a printed -I
officer. That Incident Mr. Hilde-
man says the plans are near by the Northwestern High word or public address on
brand asserted, "merely trig- completion for the sixty fifth School chorus and the Nassau Get Lovejoy Award the problem of how the Negro
gered long smouldering and annual Elks Convention which Bahamas Ptollce band Thursday will gain his rights." He is
justified resentments stemming meets here August 21-28. Mr. night 9 p.m. Grand Ball at also author of the best-seller!
from gross neglect of the needsof Perry says this will be the the fabulous Miami Beach Con- Here I "Mr. Kennedy and the Negroes -
the people imprisoned in largest Negro Fraternal Convention vention Hall. ." The book deals with
these ghettos." met this far in the Harry Golden, famous liberal! tho social revolution of the Negro -
South. Miami hotels are already Many more programs and attractions editor, publisher, public speaker : American and derives its
The Powell boy was shot to filled with the conven- of interest will come. and outstanding advocateof title from the fact that Mr.
death Thursday, July 16, by The convention will last for : the
tion delegates. More than 25,000 civil rights, has been selected Kennedy was first presi-
Police Lieutenant Thomas Gil- Over five hundred of the United since
Elks seven days. as recipient of the Elijah P dent States!
ligan. According to Lieutentant are expected. !are expected to come from the Lovejoy Award for 10G4, according Lincoln to declare publicly that
Gllllgan' who 'has received Bahamas. Mr. Perry is 1! asking : to an announcement racial segregation and discri-
several citations for bravery citizens, (busniess and fraternal this week by Hobson R. Reynolds mination were morally inde
the Negro lad moved towardhim people to please cooperate in grand exalted ruler of fensible.

with a knife and refusedto making delegates welcome.The the improved, benevolent, pro- On notification that ho had
drop it when commandedto tective, order of Elks of the
convention, biggest book- world. been selected for the Lovejoy
do so. Witnesses, however,
ed by the City of Miami Convention Award, Mr. Golden commentedthat
gave sworn statements to the Bureau this year, is expected The Lovejoy Award, named in : "never in his life had he-
NAACP that the sllghtly built honor of the famous
Illinois been so honored and he prayed -
to attract some 10,000
youngster did not have a knife according to Larry Martyr who gave his life in the 'I I, that In the future he would
during the confrontation with persons, cause of freedom back in sla prove worthy of it."
Mansfield, bureau manager. i I
the 200 pound, six-foot. police
r'-' ", man. Bishop Carey A. Gll/bs of

Madison, Fla., will deliver the
'Mr. Hildebrand, who pastors baccalaureate address at 7:30: Dr. Jay Gutierrez

Bethel AME Church in Harlem, W. O. PERRY, 811. p.m, Aug., 23, at the auditorium
lashed out at both the rioters High lighting the convention:
and the police who tried to con-
Sunday, at 10:45: a.m., a joint
tain them. Memorial Service, speaker Rev. Your Silent Salesman A 2200 N.W. 36 St.-Ph.
"No responsible community C. M Smith, Grand Chaplin of t 634-1117
Miami Times Clamed Ad
Philadelphia, Penn. The Mt.
leadership the reckless_ condones provocation the rioting of police .7....Inn.vu .Tin....rvt......lot..,.. OV"'..ttrVt...."'.. ".'.'.hn'Tn'...,Ii .'"...,. I -- .ganrajfJ-Jririrp'.ITg.w.-a-ait.w.x.m.wir.w.wWST.IT: : : ---- -- -:------.IT.ir.g-g-.-. .IT.a..T..JT.IT.IT.-_.-(4.1U.44- --- -.f JJ.lJ.I..u- -llJ14. 4-iM'MJX-MJ''

officers, the destruction" of Director two will R..provide Jenkins.. the Baccalaureate music-, ...... ",,\:\t'( "M'!'...,...":tI'I i ..
property, and the looting, said .
Service ,
7:30: n m. speaker p1f
Mr. Hildebrand, addressing the Bishop Garry Gibbs music 'S
rioters. "We condemn such
choir U
by the Gospel of Greater
actions and we sternly warn Bethel AME Church.
those guilty of such acts that \
they are betraying their own Monday 3 p.m. Civil Liber- / ) w- I \ J J"I

poeple and the cause of racial ties program Monday night, an L
Justice everywhere." Oratorical Contest, Judge Thur- "

good Marshall speaker, the
Then hitting at the indiscri- gins at 1 p.m. Wednesday at
minate clubbing of innocent 3 at the
p.m., a public meeting
people who were not involvedIn
the' mayhem, by, the predominantly % rr-
white police contin-
gent, Mr. Hildebrand said, there Caribbean Cruise
il an "urgent need to curb the I
Mr. Stephen A. Thomas and 1 1I
reckless and'panicky violence
wife of Lo Angeles California: I
which characterized so much of Brother of Mrs Dean T. Peckett :
the police activity. during the and Miss E. C. Thomas spent a NEW-CAR

disorders. few days in the city early in GOT THE FEVER?

Bluntly stated," he declared, July. They were enroute on a
"there has been a loss of con- seven-day cruise in the Carrl.

fidence from in the the Police Commissionerdown Department bean.spent The In first Hialeah pan of with the trip Mrs.Plc-was We've got the cure!

officer the
to on
kett. Upon their return from
beat. their cruise ,they spent the last -AI;". A low-cost, easy-payment car loan from
Mr. Hlldebrand also struck three days in the city with .
out at Mayor Robert Wagner's Miss Thomas before leaving for -":, Lincoln National
continued support of Police New York to attend the World'sFair i
From there their Itinerarycalls
Commissioner nine-point Michael Murphyand which I ,for a stop in Chicago before 1. Shop around for the car you want. i

the a Mayor says program he will insti-I returning to Los Angeles. 'Bring us the make, model and price

tute to head off further racial This Is ottbe' 'first time the J
incidents.It Thomas' had visited the Magic 2. We will okay your loan quicklyand ,

will take more than police City and the first time seeing with no red tape. Our loan
Miss Thomas In 20 when
action or the Mr. Mayor's"pious HUde- she studied at the University r fy't' 'policy is very liberal we want
promises of Southern California In Los 'Ly +
make loans.
brand asserted "to quell the resentments Angeles''' In 1944. Friends and to

temptuous disregard fostered by of basic con- making relatives their spared stay no one pains of che-in "'"+ y 3. Interest can be as low as 4i# on

human needs." rished memories: 1 ;_"," a new' car; and payment for a*

The Mayor should "recognizethis Mrs. Zeke Brady was excep long as 36 months the lowest
fact and move swiftly to tlo ally liberal with her time "I'm J. I). Mack head
prevent further deterioration inpolicecommunity and car. At various times she teller. Just come in and payments possible We also make I ;'

NAACP officiaL relations," took tours the of family special on interest.sight-seeing Others auk for me, and I'll be loans 'on used cars up to 8 years i

said the who added grandeur to the glad to help yon.** old. tiA

'"The roots of this deterioration occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
Mr. Hildebrand contlnu- ward Wake Mr. and Mrs. Lonie
ued.. "lies In the failure of the Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Percy '
city to comprehend fully the Styles Mr. and Mrs.' Willie Gib: LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK

desperate plight of the Negroin son. Mrs. Margie Varn Mrs.
New York City. Marlon Henry, Mr. Robert O. 'I. OF MIAMI i
Williams Mr. and Mrs. Walter

"The city has neglected to Oogdel and Mr. and Mrs. Al- First fully Integrated bank in the entire Southeasl-
..1 move cons y tenlY and promptlyto bert Moore. Many others ex-
Improve relations betweenthe pressed a desire' for forms of right here in the Edison Financial Center

community and the Police I entertainments for the Thomas'but 6013 N.W..7th,Avtnue Phone 759-4431
Department. to provide decent their time was too limited
for more. They are owners and "
housing at rents the peoplecan operators of the Thomas Guest ....... Iwvrci 9i3O em.2 pct A4o&.Two.W.d. CIott4 Thun.b order to 4

afford to pay, to upgrade Home and allowed limited bo op..ftL9&0 am.2 pct .no' 5 pm.i pt olio I Sot.9 am. .noon. I .
l! educational Includ- time for this extCMfeff, trip.' _. _._ ._
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1964 ty not up to standard between sixth and 24th Streets,' Marcus Neustjadter! ,
and between he East Coast and Seaboard Railroad tracks.

Some of','these buildings are 40 to, 50 years old. Others Elected NewFrontiers .

are substantial CBS structures. .As we understand, President
the subtantial ones will not be interferred with and C.
-. : : Continued from ,page 1)) '
# frame buildings in good repair will remain.In .
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-- -- : ", :I: -- this relocation procedure, let us, hope that those IUhlladelphla, Pa., third! vice-
II. 12. BIpI9MUN>>, ,REEVEti Editor and Publisher president; William E. Harrison, .
valuing the property condemned/ will recommend a fair Mlamlsburg, Ohio, treasurer: J,
_. GAfclTH O. REEVES., )bfAfc&ffinc Editor price.It Philip Waring, St. Louis, Mo;

'Member of tt ie National Newspapers. :Publisher: ANOdaUoP is a real hardship for persons who have been secretary,; Pa Francis sergeant-at-arms.Beckett,Philadelphia -
; ,
SWiSCIUPTION BATHS comfortably domiciled, to lose their property, unless Dr. H. Albion Ferrell, 'washing-
lONE YEAR '$5.00 SIX MONTHS. -:.. $S.OO FOREIGN '1.00 they receive the real values of It Humble it maybe, but ton, D. C. chaplain; J., F. Mc-.
1 i it is their'home, and that means much to anybody. Clellan Nashville, Tenn; South
'IEutf\Ntd as Second Class'Matter, August 9; 1027 at the Post Office ern District Deputy;; Edmund
at Miami, Floridnnder, the 'not ol March 8, 1876 The Urban Renewal Agency has set up an office' at Cooke, Springfield. Ohio; Mid-
---. 1453 NW 3rd Ave., for the purpose of giving first-hand western District Deputy George
Dovmtonn Office: Ilia,NW.. 3rdAv, mie Phone FR Sat information on the work. Dredden, Frederick, Md; East-
Main Office nt 'CT40 N.W.. 15th .ATcnnfr-Phone OX 1-0481. ern District Deputy, and as di!-
The last of a series of meetings giving Information rectors Dr. Nimrod U.. Alien,
.'CREDO OF TUB NEGRO PRESS" for the benefit of property owners will be held on Mon- Columbus; Ohio; and James F.
The NEGRO PRESS;believes that America can beet lead ttu King, Newark, N. J.; !immediatepast
night Ebenezer
day Methodist
: Church
11th St., at
world from raclal every man regardless of",:race, creed or color his human andleffal 3rd Ace ed acting director of public relations -
rights. Hating no 'man. fearing' no man-the Negro Press and editor of the"'organi
strives to help ,every man in the firm belief that all,, men an ABOUT FACE? zation's official" origan\ "The
\tirt as long o .,anyone Is! held back. Frontiersmen." Dr. MelvIn Far-
The :Miami Times did not support Mayor Haydon ris, Akron, Ohio; a former.international -
Burns in his campaign for governor of,Florida. ''However, president, 'was appointed -
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK( he was nominated. Although a 'Democrat, we thought 'chairman of a newly
created commission
on Human
Following the passing of the Civil Rights Act there that we could not vote for a man whjo was so much Relations.

came 'happiness for those in favor of the law, and sad- against the Civil Rights Bill New York City was selectedas

ness for many opposing it, while others remain neutral. Since the law passed, Mayor Burns seems to have the convention city for 1965,

The day after its passing, tests were made as Negroes changed his mind. and St. Louis, Mo., for 1960.
sought to break down barriers at restaurants, motels, At a press conference of the Florida League of
beaches and other places from which they were, barred Municipalities in the Fontainebleau Hotel, Burns said
In some instances they were successful. In others they he will uphold the Civil Rights Act now that it is the Teenage Driver Dies
law, but will seek all legal means to protect Florida's
bot-tom citizens and businesses from any injustices arising from Continued from page 1))

administration of the law. 22nd Ave. The impact separated -
week or so cooling off period might have proved help- the 'frame of the car from
ful in some places. the chassis. The car traveled 70

However, there were some disgraceful acts on the partof feet beyond the dirt pile, Into
whites and Negroes. Such could be expected in some $69 PAYS ALL a'' field, Reed said.
Southern cities, but it was shocking to see and hear what Sgt. Tommy K now 1 e s,
went on in New York City and in Rochester and. Brooklyn., No Qualifying Vacant Sheriff's Traffic Investigator,
said Williams was driving .a
New York was one of the cities in the nation held up RENT OR BUY friend's car without'permis-
as an example for others in race relationship. The recent sion. Williams did not have'. 'a
riots there have certainly changed that idea. This lovely vacant kitchen equipped, 2-bedroom CBS driver's license with him. The
car, a 1950 Ford 'had Inspection .
there certain corner house Large lot, close to schools buses and an -
Naturally was only a segment of Har- reject sticker for a
lem's population participating in the rioting and looting. shopping. bad headlight.The .

t Touching off the rioting in New York was the killingof See 4490 NW 31st Ave. FR accident occurred at 2:09: .
15-year-old James Powell by Lieutenant Gillian, who a.m., just after Williams had
claimed the boy came after him with a knife. Negroes left the Harlem Garden Lounge
In Bunche Park.
demanded a sup nsion of the lieutenant. A grand, jury

was asked to investigate.Then .

too, there seems to be too many ''generals.. Recog- JUST REPOSSESSED! Duffie's Guest House

nized organizations like the NAACP, Congress of Racial
Equality, and Dr. Martin Luther King, president of the $66 Per Month The house of unusual rooms

Southern Leadership Conference and top religious lead- Gorgeous, like new CBS, doll homes. No
ers representatives should! be top 'administrators for Open 24 ,hours NE 4-3851
Negroes. Working together, they could accomplish all costa. $100 down. Full price $9,900. '

that Negroes desire United we stand, divided we fall. LEGAL REALTY Seeing is BelievingSee

In or opinion there are too many demonstrations by
so-called; leaders, some ending in rioting, looting illtreat- Now specializing in repossessions us for clean rooms

ment by police and imprisonment, injury and some deaths. PL 8-0290 Jamaica Dugle always a
One thing everybody should remember is to respect MU 5.1941

; 'the law. Hoodlumism wins enemies and might, if kept .friend '
WEEKENDS ...? "vif\ ir
'.:.1;( :-UP, even widen: ,'"the racial gap we are striving so hard. 2941.. v'NW '47th St.t'Miami'i I
"t ,
,.;" ,. ,t6 close Vr ;jl.\ t .: .

.', ,+", l Ih Netfi,<, ::York? Governor Rockefeller: hajd: '' alert "' 'If .. ,. .:.r., '\ .
'. ;.P'.1200"Natio; Jttu' .;Guardsmen so that law and order
'f 'malntai *\'. t\\i.1''r ; \ ,
.". r We anj.-pleated, to know that the stornj in,'Newfxtorkis'over. l '

.' : ,.,, Things are reported normal. Five white;sergeants

'in Harlem have been replaced by Negroes.In .
the South, Atlanta and some other cities are tak-
ing progressive steps. in accordance with, the Civil Rights

Act. iiF ii\ ,

Former Florida Governor LeRoy Collins has been t _
appointed as head of the Community Relations Service. 2
It is now up to the communities to cooperate with Mr.
Collins and his staff in carrying out the task of neces

sary changes in a peaceful and satisfactory manner.In .

Miami matters interracially continue to make

,progress.. The passing of the Civil Rights Act has been F .A

Miami Negroes are not demonstration minded. In
'fact there> is no need for such a thing. The lines of com

munication between white and colored have always been
kept open and.; there is a ''Community Relations Board '
that's second to none.

Our officials will pass a public accommodations

Ordinance that will deal with any problem that may .I

: k
What;,we' are interested in. at present is registering
25,000 of ;Dade County's' unregistered
rfovember. A" committee is, hard:' at, work, ,seeking to
achieve that crrial. ,
"A voteless people is a hopeless people". TEXAS BEAUTY MIAMI Convention of the Improved C. Collins
! BOUND Beautiful Helen Benevolent Protective Order Texas state first
!{ i URBAN RENEWAL Thompson, 2nd from left win- Elks of the World at Miami of in vice president, Dallas, I
/l.iI The Urban Renewal Agency; James W. Whitehead, Elkdom"ner in 'recent contest"Miss at San Texas Antonio of contest August.runner-up Miss Thompson Sharon Adair- and Falls, and Felix Billy Llsterc Burke.Wichita.. The

relocation officer, Is quite busy visiting homes in the Net >- will be one of twentyoddyoung are seen holding Coca-Cola do- Coca-Cola Company, Dallas,
jrro section of downtown Miami, getting: factual Information I title of "Miss ladies competing for nated trophieg""following 'the .whose company co-sponsors
America of Elk- pageant. With -'the '
: the
"charming "Miss America-
for sfc0::purpose'ofvaluing-: and condemning proper-' dom" during: the Grand ,Lodge young' ladies: are; frofa, left, J. c6atest.. . of Elkdom;: _
:tr :r:, :;rt ll.-:.;f"'::1 I..I''Il.!.,;t.,.., i .j t, \ -.-- ... :" -t. : -3. ..

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to. ,. .... i i s


I 1 year guaranteedPICTURE\

vacationing in the (peach state) with son Michael visited with ,: ,>, 9 5
\ Georgia with Atlanta, the cos- Juanita, Harriett's sister and i' 3R TUBES 19
mopolitan ""city, her choice. family in Sandusky, Ohio; then': C
proceeded to, you guessed, New ,
PAULINE IIIGG8 Johnson York and the World's Fair, from
'enJoys the change of scenery (*
Hampton Virginia affords her, DID YOU fJl"t"On'\ Roberts "
i as guest of Jier sister, Mrs. of the Dade Junior College faculty 1
Helen Holston. on television's Junior ROWIMC T.V.:; 696.3581
College Review? Nice. '
,_ EVA McFHERSON Williams, ''
modiste of Nassau. Bahamas is LILLIE HART ALONG with I 2636 N.W. 62nd StreetTHIS

s at the Moulin Rouge Hotel fora daughters Beverly and Coletteare M It
weeks enjoying the near-by quaint 0
British Island Nassau. -- ...... p
f, !MRS. KELLY WARE (Aurlon- The Mt. Aaron M. Baptist
ta) and daughters Kellyn and (SEEKING THE SAME sur- Church held 1 its 4th Annual

Klmmle are relaxing at Nassa''s roundings in which to relax W/omen's/ Day. Mrs. Irene AD WORTH $1.50 ON KKPAIltS ON ANY
the Chesters Dot and her
May fair. are ,
; Brown was crowned Miss Mt. --
thtL.CATIIOL1C son Dwlght.IN ItADIO, TV Olt IllFlANCH
Aaron for 1061 for
; MASS for shut- i raising/ the
'' ,ins onNSunday, was celebrated"by NEW YORK for the current highest amount ,of money
Father John F, Kiernan of shows shopping and the among the captains. YN/7

Holy Redeemer with servers fair are Alex! and Mary Laneof Remember, you are always
Russell Merldy and Ralph Murray Coconut Grove and their welcome to our church. Bible

teenage daughter, Phyllis. Class and prayer service every

JIMMIE JARRETT was a DANNY SUE ami parents, Wednesday.Rev. tIE Op t
special guest at the Clure Dan and Sue Francis moteredto A. A. McCraney, pastor Y q REPAIRS
Mosher's party last Sunday St. Petersburg and Tampafor NrFA OR
relaxation with West Coast R
MR. nnd MRS. MAC (Inez) relatives and friends. Fergusons Return rS RVlce

Foster and daughter, along
with Inez's mother, Mrs. LIz- MR. JOHN PALMER Jr., and I From Vacation NE 5-0055
zie are holidaying in New Mable Nealy returned to Miami -
York City. after spending a few daysin Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ferguson 1782 N.W. 36th STREETAPPARELFORSALE

Charleston, S.C., visiting her (formerly Mrs. M. C.
TO THE MID-WEST (Chicago future father and motherinlaw Strother) recently returned
) have gone Mr. and Mrs. the Rev. and Mrs. John home from their summer vaca-
James F. Wells of Opa-locka. Palmer. o. tion. This year_ they_ took their .- -,.
two weeks in New York visiting -
OUR SYMPATHY to the 1-I .MIL THOMAS L. Sanders and relatives and friends and I I
Sharpe family of Liberty City Michael of 25GO NW 1GO St. attending the World's Fair
In the loss of their loved one. Opa-locka, returned home aftera
The Fergusons took time out
iMR. P. MrADAM of Jack- delightful two week vacation
sonville is In Miami for a short spent in Nashville, Tenn., with Greater to attend church Abyssinia service at the "Champagne taste, beer pocket Come to Grade's
family. Mrs. Sanders stayed at Baptist
time the of Mrs.
as guest Church with Mr. and where find like-new exclusive dresses
Mrs. you'll
Myrtle Dames, 1516, NW 68th home and spent her two weeks
Ter. quietly nursing a case of bur- Ernest A. Wright, Mrs. Ferguson's suits, skirts, blouses, shoes all originals $1 to $5

r'... sitis in her right knee. Hurry cousins. The service was Mink, fox and other stoles and fur jackets $5 to $10.
.. .: MR. and MRS. WALTER Peterson and get well Mrs. Sanders.CONGRATULATIONS inspirational and was seemingly -
(Lillian) and family enjoyed by everyone. Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen

have returned' to Miami after are In dresses $1. Men's pure Italian silk suits. $3 and $5.
", vacationing in historic Phila-I order for Robbie C. McCray, After service they were
jo delphia with friends and rela- first Negro clerical 'Worker em- taken to Warwick to the fab- Blue serge suits $5. Sports jackets $2. Pants, shoes

tives. 0 ployed at Southern Bell, has ulous home of Mr. and Mrs. $1. Shirts SOc. Also linens, drapes, bedspreads and
been promoted after 10 months Daniel Clarke (more cousins) other household items. We cater to the elite. Grace
EIGHTH( POPS Concert of .to service representative. Keepup for dinner. They spent a v e r y
the season on Sunday evening, the good work Robbie.MR. pleasant afternoon with the and Mike will greet you personally.GRACE'S .
will feature Billle Lynn Daniel, Clarkes and her sister Mrs.
,. soprano and Andrew Frierson and MR&: M. K. Stocktonof N; W Weaver from Jackson-
'0 baritone. These two artists willperform 1417 NE 154th Terr., cele- ville. I
2512 FR 1-8372
2nd Ave.
'' with excerpts from brated their 25th wedding anniversary -
Porgy and Bess". at their home Sat- Mrs. Clarke and Mrs. Weaverare Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.ROY'S .
urday, July 25. Many beautiful l the, daughters of the late
: RETURNING to the city aftera gifts were showered around Tony F. Wright (better knownas
fortnight in our nation's the happy couple. Ifrivate the Orange King) because
capital is Beatrice' Richardson. Keith M. Stockton was homeon having obtained his wealth
furlough to help mom and from his many orange groves
MARY, PATTY and George'! in Deland.
dad celebrate their anniversary.
Styles experienced "their first Set. and Mrs. Robert Brown of LOUNGE & BAR
air-flight on Monday, when the Columbus, Ga., were also on Upon leaving New York the
trio planed to New York City hand to help in the celebra- a day and ..
of Dr.. night in Philadelphia -- '" -
where they are guests tion. with Mrs. Air Conditioned' Modern
and Mrs. O. G. Smith. Ferguson's two sisters-In-law. .

VACATION TIME, .Mr. and Here they were shown a swell Informal Opened
LARRY HALL Junior celebrated Mrs. Herbert Long and childrenon time by both families. Mrs.

his with seventh birthday attended on a motor cruise to Nashville, Richardson and Mrs. Saxon. Sundays: 0 '''-III. 'to 1 .p.m. .,,,
Saturday a party -
,. Tenn., via.Atlanta, Ga., and onward -
by many friends. Larry is They are looking forward to
to Chicago, Detroit, and
the son of Mr and Mrs. Larry I i I across Canada to Niagara Falls, spending their next vacation in Weekend: I p.m. 'to .1 ii.ni.

(Queen Esther) Hall, Sr., 756 Buffalo, and New York City California with her children. ,
NW 44th St.AIRAN. Daily: 1 p.m. 1 a.m.
home of the World's Fair. Re-

TOMMY Glass and turning homeward they eyed Hostess of The Week 3 ->- ;
his wife, Lucille Dorsett Glass Washington, Savannah, Ft Blind Couple Given ?
are in our city visiting relativesand Pierce and arrived here safely. ,
Located in The Famous
friends before leaving for New RoofA Alberta Jones
After this extensive tour Mrs.
Macon Georgia where Airman 46th STREET LIQUOR AND PACKAGE STORE
.has Vivian Loner became 111 and isnov
Glass been :
I in Mt. Sinai Hospital, Miami blind couple learned 3737 Northwest 46th StreetWhere
MRS. NETTIE CHANDLER I Miami Beach; best wishes fora this week that the milk of human -
.' and sister Johnson are speedy recovery. kindness has not gone The AtmoHplK-ro l III Delightfully Different
visiting and friendsIn CYNTHIA BETHEL returned dry yet. 1..1!
Lake City.INDEED .
Tuesday after a week in Nas- Walter Gulliver, 40, was blind
SORRY to learn sau. since he was nine. His wife
of Jeffry Young's accident (failing Willie Mae lost her Bight at
from a tree) that necessi- five. They have three children
66th is home
Street at from a
tated his being 'hospitalized at long stay at ,Christian Memo- David, eight, Ronald six andCarlton
Mt. Sinai. three. They have beenon
rial Ho pltal.
the welfare for a long time
of Cambridge, ELLA )MONCUR Opal King as the only money Walter makesis I BEAT
daughter Karen and Wilhelmina Starkey are ,the small donations 'he gets I
in Miami visiting
Maryland 0 are I'' attending the Fla. State Work for playing organs at
> her Dad,.' and renewing ac-
quaintances.! I and shop teachers for beauty at school the Deauville owners The roof of their Churches'j THURSDAY, AUGUST 6

HAZEL GRANT is relaxingon Hotel in ill-repair and
the'week.CARMEN tropical. island, Nassaufor MIAMI IS HAPPY to wel- Culllver firms for called estimate.three One roofing firm LADIES BERMUDA SHORTS NilE

a come to. her Sunshine' State told her the cost would be ,
JACKSON' and son Mrs. Ruth Gipson and Mrs. 1400.
Karlon are.among :the oodles Ruby Mack ,of Shreveport La. Lucky lady ticket holder will be presented by
of Visitors taking in the World's They are the guests of Mr."and Tommy Evans of Central
FP7y Mrs. Elmer Hewitt and Mrs. City Roofing; and Sheet Metal BUTTERBALL
.". t : Frances Dawklns. Mrs. Gipson 'Co., went to the house In the
OUR SYMPATHY to Rneben owns Cooper Road Motor rain and told. her the job could
l and W. P. Donaldson whose Lodges and Night Mack the be done for $580. Finding out A TELEVISION SET
) nephew drowned in 'Detroit, Bhreveport Club 51.Outstanding that welfare would allot a cer-

". Michigan. tain amount for the repairs and
deduct a pro-rated amount
is in i !
from the family monthly
.I Waahir gton,..D. ''C. visiting' with : Our cosmic atmosphere will stir until the loan is paid.: Evans

o .. his aunt, Eugenia Cash Stub- the. deepen roots of your Imag contacted Jack Carnes of Cash Miami's, Biggest Amateur Show

{ blefield. ination. Jimmy Crawford ex- and Carry Supply Builders.:
poaads his unique piano tyling;
CONGRATULATION'S to nightly at the-; Satfolllte. Simply The two companies donatedthe $50 IN PRIZES
'Dorothy Johnson of"Idaho, one "Out of of the. fifteen.'flnal1sts:'in the :- LOUNGE plies, and some of Evans' men
Miss Universe contest.: ;3e.: _;NW. TRaAve. agreed to donate their time.

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H J 27th Ave.' at 54th St.V .'

/ EVE R CLOSED Specials Good Thru August 1st at Welltr's AG Only

franks Ib 450ARMOUR Spare Ribs Ib 39c


Sausage Ib 350 Chops Ib 351


Bacon 490 Chops lb 590PALACE


FRYERS 250 2 Ibs 690COLD



STEAK SALE Large ,or Small' Curd
COFFEE Ib 490 Cottage Cheese 35cMa.ter'
Pure Beef Beef and Pepper
Chuck Wagon .Straw,Prune, Fruit Salad
lIb,2 oz.Pkg. 3 for$1.59 With$5.00 Order or More Yogurt yz Pt. 19cMaster's
Mrs. Paul's 4% ounce pkg. Onion French-8 ounce
ONION RINGS 23cMorton' TUNA 3 for 890BLUE .Soup Dip 29cMa.ter'
-8 ounce

CORN 3 for 49* Potatoes
10 Iks" 49t
2c off Reg. price. 10% Disc
on all assessories. "We make your 49c
motoring a pleasure" Plums "Ib 29*

Niblets 3 for 49c ) SCOTT TOILET TISSUE each lOc

Green Peas 2 for 291 HERSHEY-b#OUNCE PACK


Baked Beans 4 for 891 ASSORTED FLnVERS 12 OUNCE CAN ,
111Z SODAS 12' fir "e

3 for $1.00 We have purchased a car load,of KRAFT .
' Fruit Cocktail 190, "Largest in Florida"
r I; H_ Come in and purchase from our Mass Display


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PHONE 681.4133

The Star Light Lodge No.
542 will meet Friday, August 7.
at 8 p.m., at the Masonic Hation

Pembroke please be Road.present.All members Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE

The South Broward Post No. "MR. JACK"
8195 VFW will meet Sunday, i
Scene taken from the AU :voiced to stag tile National An August 2, at Bowe's Modernistic FOR
People's Democratic Club program -I I them led by Kenneth T. Williams 4444 SW 17th St W. Holly- STYLES FOR ALL AGES
I far unity held In Manor askedto
wood; all members are
Park on July 4. As all joined and Cecil G. Rolle.' be present.Mr. The Very Latest in Men' Fashions

Alonza Allen dropped
School Summer Boy Scouts Attend Bowe's Modernitic last Friday, ITALIAN SHOES
from Asbury Park, New Jersey.
944 NW 2nd Ave.
Miami Florida
"tI Summer lie was here for his grand ,
Music CampForty
at BarryThe mother's funeral, Mother Allena ..........-... -- _.........-....... --......"........................................
Dade County School Four Boy Scouts and long time resident here.

Summer Music Center presenter adults leaders attended Sum- The Freeway Handicraft -- ... I................... ........... I...... ... I
a Band, Chorus and Orchestra mer Camp at the South Florida Is going Into the
League now
Concert at Barry College Council Camp In Sebring, Flo-
Auditorium July 16 at 8:15: pm. rida this ,summer. The highlights last three weeks of bowlingfor
The program was well plan- were as follows, swim- the summer; our winter Lincoln Fields Apartments
ned. The orchestra was first to ming, boating, canoeing, mile league will soon be organizing.
present their selections, indeed swim, hiking, scoutcraft and
very good. Among their selec- handicraft. Last but not least, 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
tions were "Elsa s ProcessionTo good food.
The Cathedral" from Loh-" The following units and Dugie's Guest HouseThe .. -
engrin, "Songs of Jupiter,
"When Johnny Comes March- scouts attended: Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartment
ing Home." Frank Crockett, Troop 55- Carver High School house of unusual room Offering Many Feature
director. I PTA sponsor Scouts Johnny '
Pratt, William Gibson, Alvin Open 24 hours NE 43861'Seelna FREE GAS
The chorus of 126 voices I Richardson.
sang beautiful numbers, "Hear Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove
My Prayer," "Sam Was a Man" Troop 73 Frank C. Martin is Believing Newly Painted Venetian Blinds '
and "The Handsome Butcher." Elementary School PTA. Scouts
Their director, Emil Scrpass. Cornelius Harrington, Edward See us for clean, rooms Washing Machines Laundry Rooms
Knox, Athens McCullum, Eu-
The band really Free Parking Auto hot water reater
Brown, Fife, Alan
Bugle gene Crispin
such as Hurricane, Shootes, Kennedy Mumford, Jamaica Dugie always a Free Garbage Disposal Filtered waterCARETAKERS
t. ... Holiday, Battle Hymn of The Lester Russell, Ersell King.
L '. Republic. Director was Paul I Troop 74 Mays High School friend ON PREMISES
Voder. PTA Scout Ricardo Johns. .' ,

The summer center staff of Troop 76. Ebenezer Methodist 2941 NW 47th St., Miami -.-- _..M5 J" FNN
30 including our most famous Church, Scouts Don Scott, William -
teacher, James McCall of North .Francis, Larry Porter. Weekly Rates
Dade High School and Mrs.
Leila Williams and others were Troop 77 St. Agnes Episco- $14.50 1-bedVoom' $18.50 edroora Apt.
presented to the audience. pal Church, Scoutmaster Le- Our Classified Ads
''t A Smith Ass't Scoutmaster Renting Office day Phon. OX 1.8862
North Dade High students Roy open every ,

turned out In big numbers. Frank T. Holloway Howard, Fred, Scouts C. Bet-Wil"bert SELL ANYTHING I ."-".. ....... ft04..............._ ....___ __ ''<::1'I I
Students like Zaradell Williams, ,
hel Alvin Bruton.
Johnny Wooten, Carolyn Hines, O
John Samuel, Dwight Jones, All National Jamboree Scouts:
Arthur McQueen, Patricia. Williams Scouts Clifford E. Cleare, For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
Moses Clemmons, Her- Henry Ruthledge, Willie Taylor,
William Lanier Ivan Gibson,
man Wilson and many others. ,
Edward Kyler, Michael Mobley,
If you didn't attend, I am Jimmy Horton, Willie Myrick
most sure you missed the best Thomas Horton, William Pin- AL ;
concert of the year at the beautiful der, Alburt Hankerson, Gray aTBONDED ti t
auditorium at Barry Col- I Range, Waddeaus Deas, James o
lege. There were 297 Negro and Nairn, Eddie Sutton, John Cul-
white students participating in I mer, Theodore Johnson, Ray- .
Dade County School Summer mond Rolle, LeRoy Knight, Rod- 4L RENTAL
Music Center program.IntegraJted ney Hepburn. _
Fun and true feeling of
Brotherhood was displayed from '
Children I the time the bus left from Ma- r
nor Park and Its return. Scout AGENCY INC.
Book PrintedThe songs were exchanged which ,
will live long in the hearts of

Academy House Publish-
ing Corporation, a new venture, all.Any Scouting unit will be
The largest collection and rental
in a statement to the press, able to attend Summer Camp
said that its fundamental purpose any week of Camp Schedule.We .
will be to publish child- urge all units to plan now agency in the South; operating in y*
dren's books that are "Integrated. for 1965, at least one adult per !i
." All the children's books on unit Is required to attend with +
the Market today, with very Its scouts. Dade and Broward Counties'Negro fOOK.
minor exceptions, have in them
only pictures of white children,
..011 JHI Housing
white ,adults. They present to ., L. L. BROOK areas. J
children the picture of a totally Ftor Quality BuildingPL '
"white" world. Our chil
dren's books will not 'preach' GBORGtt 1". tlARTlf, General Manager i .'
sermons. Rather they will at- 136O4LOT
through regular childrenstores MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN 1
through the use of art
work to show that our society i 10,000 HOUSING UNITS (

Is various made colors up of of people skin. They with Bonded also has employment service at main office ?J'

will show through the regular 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
stories and art work that there I
are Negro physicians, dentists, A fan time public relation Dept. to asl.t you In solving year problem. !!
teachers pharmacists, businessmen Plus a fleet'of care firing door to door service for tenant convenient

show, etc.that Thev children will attempt of various to OWNERS 1 1We On nights and Sundays for emergency service call PL 9.8733

skin color do play together" and .plaa, ..... and advise MAIN OFFICE ,l
go to school together. 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue 9.8733
few pleas. er ears PL
The Academy House Publishing -
Corporation was organizedby S Custom Ittllt ,,H.... Van<1 ll.ni done by a few Is expensive to alL:: Pleas help us stop this

Albert S. Bristol, a former .. unnecessary evil C. A. Lockhart Public Relations Director
minister, college professor, and .Attractive All.......
management consultant to ( Quality/ Alterations list N.W. Srd Ave. ..._,..._ PR *-Mlrt. 17325: Heaiestoad Ae.

county clubs. tm f.W. 11ad IN. OX -14e7' Perrlae _.................._.. CB sVSBM +
Other original stockholders Geed tank financing ,
I01 rlsmmondvUU Rd. ,
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A. D. Moore, district manager .NN..N..N J -
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Youngsters Tee' Off At YWCA I ; : :, -%EP5.

L to r Charles Wilson, Kelly ner and dance In airconditioned are the adult leaders or the
Wilson, Beth Holland, Vincent comfort. Mr. Roy Royce, a group. The club will begin
'Holland, Melvin Dobson, Marilyn professional square dancer, is meeting again on Monday, HOMES FOR SALE
Eason, Doris Mungin, Ron the instructor. August 10 at 1-30: p.m. A girl,
nie Andrews Rickford Hope o aged 11-14 years is eligible to
and Arthur McCarthy.. Instructor YWCA GIRLS' CHARM CLUB participate. YWCA membershipIs
Mr. Eugene Clapp. The Girls' Charm Clutt of the required. I
o Northwest YWCA Center invit-
YWCA SQUAKK DANCE ed parents and friends to come
CLUB have =punch with them on the YWCA TEENAGE HOP
Men and women of all ages lawn at the YWCA and ob- All Junior and Senior High
are invited to come out on serve some of the things they School young people are invit-
Thursday night, from 8-10 p.m., have learned in their club. The ed ,to attend a hop on Friday,
Square Dance at the Northwest Program took place on Sunday July 31, at the Northwest YWCA
YW1CA Center, 5100 NW 21st afternoon. Mrs. Dorothy Me Center, This will be the last
Ave Come and bring your part- I Cray and Miss Connie Davis dance of the summer. 1Tii '
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I \. Handiwork of Old, Young on Display ,-.

The two front windows of made by the children reflect into each piece, but the Itemsare t ty
l Roosevelt Savings and Loan, the vivid imagination of youth. also for sale and anyone $ +
l G015 NW 7th Ave., are currently The exhibits: are on displayat of them would add a bright, attractive -
( displaying two unusual exhibits Roosevelt Savings primarily I note to any home. The
1 Both are from the James to demostrate the work done at display will remain In the
... I Very nice CBS 3-bedrooms tile
.t. E. Scott Community Associa- Roosevelt's window for two 2 baths Florida
the Scott center and the indi-
tion, a United Fund more weeks, and new items are
operating in the Liberty agency City vidual ingenuity that went added form time to time. room, fenced yardsprinklers, modern built-in kit-

nrp.i. but one exhibit. Is the
work of""'elderly- people--while -- ,. chen. N', tile',q ,roof.. and' _hard. wood floors, like new condition. ..,-
the other was created by a Extremism "
group(of youngsters. good terms.. CALL NOW.,
Goldwaterism and '\
The items in the south win-
dow were handcrafted by members Americanism" ACTION, REALTY
of the' Golden Age Club, OPEN MIKE, with host Hen-
and range from fancy needle- drik J. Berns, will discuss "Ex +
work to hand-decorated pot- I tremism, Goldwaterism and { 4
tery to refinished furniture. A: Americanism," Sunday 7-0 pm s $" # E. Harry Denny, Realtor 754-0483
novel attraction in this group guests will l be
Special : Wally .
is a set of simulated floral cen- I Gluck, Richard Essen and Steve x z '.r
terpieces made of candy. Slepln. As usual, the program
will come LIVE from the -
children -
attending sum- If
HAMPTON HOUSE.Coametoloigists.
mer day camp at the James E.
Scott center created the
amazing display in the north Win EDISON SPECIALSOPEN
window. Their masterpieces | '
tend toward labeled leaf and I Awards- '
rock collections, canister sets''! SUNDAY 3-6 P.M.
fashioned from coffee cans, and I' On Wednesday evening, at
bottles converted into dresser Sir John's Knight Beat awards 354 NW 43rd Street
sets. There are finger paintingsthat were given to the following $68.36 month FHA $300
down. CBS home with 2
show contestants::
a remarkable feeling .
for color and design. I First prize Mrs.Bessie Dbc of ,baths Tile roof. Excellent buy. ,
I Tampa; second prize, Mrs. Sal- 549 NW 47th Terr
Both displays have in common lie Collins, Modernestic Beauty ice
the fact that all material used Salon Miami; and third prize,I Popular singer Jerry Butler CBS 4-bedrooms, $250 down, FHA; $76.88 month.
was salvaged from scrap and Mrs. Montez Reed, Karillon headlines the all-star show at
Garage plus
'... converted into something use- Beauty Salon, Liberty City Dave Probinsky's Knight Beat carport, fine for large family.
ful and attractive. While the On }behalf of >Sunlight Beau- ,Club, Friday through Sunday. -+-
work of the oldsters shows the ty School and staff we, say Teenagers will get the chanceto
deft and skillful touch that thanks a million to lovely Miss hear this well-known, singer Drive by the following then see EDISON
comes with the years, the items Marva Beck. Sunday at the 3-0 matinee.
,i 6820 NW
mm lfimtmm limtm flmm m 41st StreetNo

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ACE DISCOUNT CENTER I Knight Home Beat and has Frank signed DuBoise Chlckle CBS tile roof, $250 down, FHA. $72.15 month, city

band each, to a six month con sewers, carport.
I "DRUM CITY" MIAMI, FLORIDA I tract. 445 NW 45th Street
Chickie will '
I 7600 N.W. 7th AVENUE PL Marshall as M. replace C., and Fran (Lovely comer no qualifying)
1.7783' DuBoise has added two more PRi- roof, FJa. room, carport, carpeting air
Anl5 pieces to his band, now conditioning, drapes! kitchen
L. --I ing it the biggest night club equipped.
band in Miami. --.-
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duplexes for you. -- ; -

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I bedroom, all tile features, fenced yard, carport and NORTH MIAMI BEACH EDISON REALTORS
a yard like a" park. Only. $350 down, low FHAI" Deposit lUqutrWMICKINS

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I Black Nativity' Featured 4'c' "'.' THEIf-UAMl: TIMES IIAMI, FLA. ......-...-...-...-...-...-..-.......r r r r r.,tt V

In I SATURDAY AUGlfST 1, "1964 PAGE."E] Announcing TheOpening

l... Gospel Concert ( ..!. ,,\"" W'fIt" ,
.. .
The .Internatlonallly famous "
""Black Nativity," produced by I I ItOMEOWNERSCONSOUPAII OF ,i
. L&iffston, ,,1Iughes( will appear Onp, of Miami's YOUR Of
at the Miami Beach Convention ilLUI. CLYDE KILLENS' NEW
I Pioneers ..I
Hall Monday, August 10 as / MONK :$
p&rt-pf. 0 gospel concert to raise MRS. FItANCIS GIDSON lkOLl) FEDERAL l STMENis INC.
funds >,1gr.a United Voter Ilegis'tratfoijJDrJve" SYMONETTE died Monday ,
1 ', ; in Dade ,Count July 273.15: pm. at her i J.JtHONE6814133\ Island Club
;: "'wrStmtSftandlng: Nativity daughter's home Mrs. Mispah .
cast tyll'.presen: :moving scenes Symonette Gutchfield 80S -
fromz they""bjli! .al.. Account of Thomas Street Key West, Fla. 1000 N.W. 2nd Ave.
C hrIsi'.l-tuttt 'S; Funeral Services will be held
In' additiono- this fine pro- Saturday, 10:00: a.m. At St. New 3-bedroom, ,2 bath. 5.home.;
duction' th? program will "incljicje Peter's Episcopal Church, Key "GALA OPENING" AUG. 6
'' Prof; Ale*-BtadJtoftl and West Florida. CLYDE KILLENS ORIGINAL
the BradfordSlngferaTprlncess N.W. SECTION -,42-bedroomand' bedroom
Stewart, J..S'$(t\to.til, h, and .. 'L "LADIES NIGirr
Marion WU.1.Q) ;, IJ.. ..Brad- Lose up to 6 pounds V. .-' For Itcerrvatlons Call FR :3-3488
ford an"1a, t}erarll; ve' de- -v- <..jfctVr t
J1ghtod ':1fluilafi'pf\ aatIonwidetelGVipti''afld"were l weekly FJROM, t lOO DOWN-UP -
; 'honored to '% .. '. rTr;
appearjflfore-f' the ,late. presi- REDUCE Ora" .!?. Taylor Realty .
den} Kennedy. They have're ; '
Dr. Long .*.it"w *"** ,-
ceived.standing; ovations thru- .
4208 NW 7th Avenue 759.5221- 5-4246
JheiTJnited, States, Europe 1545 S.W. "
lat St. .
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fine religious:out an evening of, FR 3-2748 J -,!.. __ :i- '..\ ,_'!; ". .
entertainment - '
the program committee arranged ft--- - ... -.l.. ,. .' a

the appearance of a mass t ".1.,'.. :....;.,;:
choir assembled church .
from ,
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choirs in the Miami area. The I" '\".
choir moving will present gospel songs a full selected hourof SIR JOHN BO t ; : : v', ,. H

especially for the occasion.
Churches of all faiths will be < ] *** "TBr"

represented.The August. 10 will :
program Knig1itltr
be one of a series of concerts Beat __
presented In a number of FlorIda -
cities, which will be spon- COMING ATTRACTIONSAUG.
sored by the Ministerial State. 7-8-9
wide Voters Registration Committee -
group will be working In co.
operation with the Crusade for I
voters Registration Drive of
Dade County., Co-chairman: of j. THIS WEEK JULY 31, AUG. 1 and 2 i
the Miami event are the Rev. t14
Thedford Johnson, Rev Lambert -
Sands and Rev. S. A. Cousin Teenage Matinee Sunday 3 -6
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Elks To Honor JFK MR. SOUL

Here August 26A S

tribute will be paid to the
late President John P. Kennedy JERRY BUTLER
when the' Improved Benevolent
Protective Order of Elks of the
World convene in Miami Au- 1
gust 21-28.

Hobson R. Reynolds, Grand
Exalted Ruler of the organization SHOW_:- .. ,_ ,',. .
said a wreath will be -.. r
placed at the John F. Kennedy
Torch of Friendship during a a
memorial ceremony August 20. NEXT WEEK
In a special pre-conventlon
bulletin, Reynolds said the $1.5 FRI. SAT. SUN. AUGUST 7. 8. 9
million the organization donated : ,
for college scholarships In .-
the past 25 years will be Increased -

to $3 million. ETTA JAMES Show nt y P'VV y ,
He said will the benefit neW''about scholarshipplan 1,000 :

students. tsF ,Oar ,*' ar**
The Miami gathering will H
mark the 65th anniversary of Plus FRANKIE LYMON _
the traditional Elks Interna-
tional Parade. Over 50,000 are
expected to witness the spectacle i..AW hr kL1.+_. .

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Non-Snrprtcal;; office Treatment THE ALL STAR ,SIR' JOHN REVUE ;J&;L,

RUPTURE PILESPttictal'Diseases f,. r.4

Varicose Veins' C HICKIE-HO-: I NE MaC;'

*PragteNyo DMri ,.fntflrt lost Correction time .J..."' .. .., ,
$ Upon
"of, Rapture,,;...ltor' cot.V-.;: .' FRANK DuBOISE, Chicken'Scr/itch"Band

."." '. AND HIS BAND
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Mia z' -2 "t. qua EVERY TUESDAY NITE JMiaini'i[ ,Biggest AFTER OPENING NIGHT
''(r .p ;t A ; EVERY TUES. NIGHT
The 8ate1It t.Lcl ;rIJ..I''Julllt ? ''TEURSOVV
that.17l.1II'I! :A\WeionhI alye .
u1 ,&*/niM{ ij efat.MiamPr. LADIES NITE : THURSDAY NIGHT
n !) ;kmlnt,"to oar EVERY THURS. NITS
.t'Qutwbr d atox*pbero" ; .,. ORIGINAL LADIES' NIGHT
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'11.J. 4!.fi... .. (' _. 6-9 P.M.
502:NW 54th St....75 -7674, Miss .
. Vee. Eperlence erators, restaurant and cafeteria AUG. 14 15 16 AUGfil:22 -23' Alfc. 25 -;30fiHttriSl a.to 0 P.M. ADM.,.1.00
cooks, male and female, iai .v
hotel maids and porters, domestics King of the Mambo 6 DAYSPEREZ "WHERE, CLYDE GOES,
I I in and out of town., ROY THE CROWD GOES"
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Announce Regulation ," I HARLEM SQUARE CLUB)
Daily beginning Aug. 15 JuJujfcjLJJBCBSStJUJiJCBSftjujIIIIIIIL I

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PAGE ib SATURDAY, AUGUST i, 1004 Transfiguration

Dedicates New

GRACE Church SundayThe
Rev. H. V. Stuart, Pastor.
W. F. pastor
Bro. Casey Graham, reporterWe G895 NW Savoy 14th live. dream of the church has '
are very glad to have On '
come to pass. Sunday, Au'g.
Rev. Stuart back from his va- August is Get Acquainted 2 we will proudly march Into
cation. Our services were well Month at Grace and you are our new air-conditioned church.
attended morning; and night. most cordially invite by the I The public is cordially Invited.
will be the first Sun-
Sunday adult choir to worship with l
The services will begin at 10
will be
day Holy Communion them at the 11 a.m. icrvlce: on a.m. with Solemn outdoor procession -
served morning and night. Sunday, August 2, when they I
; assembling at the Rain.
Our choirs will sing Jointly
will present an "Hour of Musi-
bow Park Elementary School
morning and night. The Sun-
cal Charm" they ccnduct the
School will their as and at 10:30: a.m. there will be
day sponsor
entire worship service in music
Solemn Sung Mass dedication
Oct. ,
annual picnic Saturday,
and song. Members of the Pall-
service confirmation and
1. Buses will leave the church iier-
bearers Choir will participate mon. The Rt. Rev. James L.
9 a.m.
with the adult choir
The chairman and cochairman Jointly Duncan, suffragan bishop of
and soloists will add to
the of the Diocese of South Florida
are asking support
the Ueauty of the service. A
the church in our Women'sDrive. will officiate.
get acquainted and fellowshiphour This service will begin our
will follow
immediatelyafter. Patronal Festival Services and

ZION HOPE BAPTIST Grace.. You are always welcomeat activities. They are as follows:

2* Monday, Aug. 3, Church Annual
5129 NW 17th Ave. Picnic, Haulover Beach. Cars
Rev. P. Freeman, pastor MACEDONIA BAPTIST will leave from the church at

Services were spirituallyhigh Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor .:- 10:30 a.m. Wednesday,. Aug. 5,
Sunday. The pastor Willie J. Beard, reporter BAPTISTRev. SALTER'S Straw Ride sponsored by the
preached out of his soul. The FRIENDSHIP M. CHAPELI
3165 NW 56th Street Jenkins I tine; Thursday, Aug. 8, the
Lord blessed us with six mem- J. E. pastor I
H. J. Benson pastor the
Rev. Feast of Transfiguration
bers, five for baptism and one The Youth of the church Ruby Lee Carr, reporterWe Flossie Marshall, reporter i Solemn Sung Mass and Sermon
under Christian experience.The .
urged all mem- wish to take this opportunity the members of Usher Brother Charlie Byars and 7 a.m.; Solemn Evensong with
pastor to thank each and everyone J. C. in Benediction of the Blessed
bers to please attend all their Board No. three, Brother Brother Cleo Ranklns were
weekly meetings. Please pray who supported them in their Wright, president wish to thank charge of the Sabbath school Sacrament; 8 p.m.; Friday, Aug.
for the sick and shut-ins. second annual Youth Day. the following persons who helped Sunday morning with little 7 the Second Annual Patronal
Oont forget meeting Services were high and well- I. to make our Garden Tea a Joe Davis assisting the Rev. Festival Dance at the Starlight
Tuesday nights.prayer attended. Special thanks to the perfect success: Sister Mae Sister Margaret Johnson who Room of the Blscayne Terrace

The Willing Workers will meet speaker, Rev. Alvin Jones. Francis White a God-sent guest brought the message for the Hotel, 9 p.m. Tickets $1.50,
Sister Arm- Other participants were the I speaker, Sister Lucille Simms, morning service. She broughtto tables free.Sunday .
stroags home 1851 NW 5t9h Junior Church of New Shiloh a well qualified mistress of us. St. John 14: Subject Aug. 9 the Patronal
St. Now 1 usher board will sellSneer M. B. Church, under the direction -I ceremonies, Sister Mary Brown, Love, after the sermon Miss Festival Service with Solemn
( ? to the church kitchenSaturday I of Mrs. Claudia Bryantand Sister Ida Mae Crowder and Branch was baptized by the High Mass and Sermon with
and Sunday so please Mrs. Marion English, and Miss Janice Ryals and ,all of pastor, Rev. Beneon. A program procession 10:30: a.m. Dinners
stop Vy. all the other participants from. our other guest. was discussed for the will be on sale after the Dedi-
the varous churches whose Sunday, we will observe our paying mortgage, the cation Service for $1.50. Mrs.
ST. PAUL AME CHURCHRev. names are too numerous to First Sunday Communion since pastor isasking for member Joshua Johnson, chairman. For
mention. You did a fantastic' our pastor has been away on who will make pledges for dance tickets you may contact
\ T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor job. Total raised: $332.93. a few weeks vacation. During this cause. We were happy to any church member or call the
Mrs. Lea Cray, reporter We were happy to see our this time, he has also directed have so many visitors Sunday, chairman of tickets, Mrs. Major
Everyone enjoyed being pastor return from his vaca- a revival meeting at Antloch I Come again you are welcome (Jane) Lewis. For your table
back at the old St. Paul. Ser- tion. He reported having a mar- M. B. Church in Opa-locka, There will be a Fish Fry reservations call chairman of
vices were held all day at the velous and enjoyable time. with much success. He will be Saturday, at the church. A program arrangements, Mrs. Elisha S.
church on NW 4th Ct. at 19th Sunday, will be communionThe back with us on Sunday, and on the second Sunday, (Julie)) Clarke Jr. '
pastor will be In complete is expected to preach both In August at 3 p.m., by Sister
St.Friday, July 30 will be Love charge. Let us see you in morning and evening sermons.I Annie Gunter on the 10th of Please don't wait until the
Feast. The pastor is asking church. am sure he will be at his August the Tri-State convenesin last minute, do it today. Hopeto
everyone's attendance. Holy best. Come and hear him. Jacksonville. see all of you on Sunday. h.
Communion will be served on GAMBLE MEMORIALElder
Sunday.Joe We feel that he is a revivalis- ST. MATTHEW'S A. O On Thursday, July 30 our
Robinson is at Christian J. C. Jackson, pastor tic pastor throughout the year Fr. Stafford J. Sweeting I priest celebrated his birthday.
I .Hospital and is asking the Nathaniel Thomas, reporter and we are sure,you will agree Priest in charge To this event we wish him
prayers of the church. 1809 NW 5th Ave. when you hear him. >, God's continued blessings
t, I Services for St. Matthew's I
Gamble Memorial well wishes extended
was spiri- Get are
MT. TABOR BAPTISTRev. African Orthodox Churdh are BEREA BAPTISTRev.
tually highlighted on last Sun- to Brother Jimmie Lee Aus-
P. S. Brown, minister day, with the beginning of Sun- tin In Jackson Memorial Hos- being held at Bain's Funeral
J. Toles
Dessie Crockett, reporterWe Home, Douglas Road, Coconut pastor
day School and other
morning wor- pital and all, our
5770 NW 15th
must thanks Grove. The and membersof Ave.
give to our The Missionaries Is priest
ship. were in- members. Our sympathy extended -
God for the spirit which was charge of the Brother and Sister this growing congregationinvite Last
morning worship, to Sunday, was a very
manifested in the services
the to
Mrs. W. L. Norris was the speaker Carl Remhert and Rev. George public worship spiritualy day with Berea, the
throughout the the day. for the occasion. The Junior Dove and families in the loss of with us each Sunday. Divine pastor brought the message. It
The evening sermon was, delivered and Senior choruses renderedthe their loved ones. Visitors are Liturgy Is celebrated each Sun- was real soul-stirring all who
by Rev. Lovett. The music for the day. always welcome. Our thoughtfor day at 11 a.m. were not there missed a treat.
choir rendered soul stirring
youth Zion. On last Sunday afternoon, the day "The Fruit Of The The pastor wishes to thank
We songs the delegates take this the annual 4th Sunday Chorus ,Spirit Is Always In Season." MARTIN MEMORIAL AME II the members for going to Holy
time to 'gratitude Revival was convened at Walk- Martin Memorial AME Churchof Temple Baptist in Opa-locka
express our er's C.O.G.I.C. Our CHURCHRev. last Sunday night where
to the Mt. Tabor family for selecting Richmond Heights, held its had another
Jackson wonderful time.
pastor Elder J. C.
us to represent the C. J. Burney, pastor third quarterly conference recently -
brought forth the we
church at the District Sunday message with the Presiding Elder We
ourselves Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter are expecting to have
School and Baptist Training enjoyed worshipping Rev. F. A. Martin, who brought another wonderful time, Sun-
Union which in the Lord. Our Asst., Pastor The spirit of the Lord'was the masterful
\ Congress was congregation a day, Rev. Sample will be in
held in Pompano, Fla. July 21- with Elder Ira McCall, Sr., fed us high throughout Sunday, beginning message Sunday, July 26. charge all day, he is asking all
wonderful message on last with the consecration his friends to come and help
25.A Green Sip will be held at Sunday night, at our church. hour, Sunday, School and morn-, The business! session was him to do the will of the Lord.
the home of Sister Willie M. The annual State Worker'smeeting ing services. At 3 p.m., the. held qn Monday evening. All Sister Veda Jolly wishes to
Cooper, 5940 NW 21st Ave. on will convene In Ft. ushers No. two anniversary. departments gave their reports thank all the many friends for
,Sunday, August 9 at 4 o'clock Pierce, Fla., beginning August!I' Sunday, August 9, the Young which were received by Rev. their cards, telegrams flowers
p.m. The public is invited. 11-16. Mrs. G. Gamble Is look- Matrons and YWA Auxiliary Allen and the pastor, Rev. J. D. and prayers during the hours
ing forward for the Lord to will sponsor a tea and exhibi- Dukes, who announced that the of sadness.
The entire Mt. Tabor family bless them on Women's Day, tion, time 4-6 p.m. Mrs. F.E. dedication date for the Martin
is urged by the pastor to attend Bishop E. D. Johnson and Mrs.G. Sims will be guest speaker. We Memorial AME parsonage will Special thanks to the mem-
Bible Class Friday nightat Gamble state superervisor will be expecting you, you and be held August 23 at 3 p.m. The bers and pastor of Berea Bap
j' 8.o'clock, also Sunday School of the women's department of you. Rev. Allen will be the speakerfor tist Church also the membersand
and BTU each Sunday. I I Eastern Florida are the heads.I' the occasion. pastor of New Mt. Moriah.
BAPTISTRev. You are always invited to
Mrs. Andrew Gross served as come to Berea Baptist Churchthe

W. E. Sims, pastorA. marshall, Mrs Gloria Littlefield church of nobility where
t St. James Men Raise L. Stephens, reporter secretary and Mrs. Maude K. everybody is somebody and
Reid, reporter. God is all.
I' I. The spirit ran high throughout -
the day on last Sunday I
I Over .$3,000 In. Rally The Junior choir and junior 'I
usher board were in charge ,of Mt.! Hermon To
services. The No. one choir
BERT COOPER, reporter sponsibility of first class citi- wishes to thank all who helpedto I
The men of' St. James AME zenship, etc."Thank make "The Battle Of Songs"a
Church did themselves proud you" won't express success, spiritually and fin- Celebrate Men9s Day
last Sunday In, their Men's Dayeffort. the feeling of !gratitude we hold ancially. A special thanks to
t They raised $3,064.01. for those who came and parti- No. one usher board and the
This. tidy sum bespeaks the pated In all the Sunday events. No. one choir of Greater New The time is almost here money among the men..
popularity and friendliness of Especially those visitors from Macedonia Baptist Church for again for the annual Men's
the little church celebration at the The pastor, Rev. S. L. Gay,
I 'round the Honduras to New York, Birmingham rendering their service, and to Day biggest
E corner. Her friends came and to Okechobee, Michi- auxiliaries and mem- little church in town. Yes, you and all of the members of Mt.

,,, contributed to her financial .. gan to Nassau, Bahamas. The our bership own at large. Our hats are can make the date on your I Mermon are very busy at this
time preparing to entertain the
calendar for
little church was overflowing.The Sunday, August 9.
The morning service was .1. Men's Day tension has off to you.Prayer I The men have been organized 1964 session of the South Fla.

religiously superb with Rev. eased, but as one tension dis- meeting for our Re- I for this 7th annual event I Annual Conference. We feel it
F. E. Sneed gracing the pulpit appears another looms in the vival will begin August 10, at which promises to,be the great- II an honor to be able to entertain -
and the Men 8 Chorus In the foreground. That of building 7:30: p.m., thru August 14. est yet. Brother John L. Smith, a fine conference.

A i' background. the "new" St.,, James. Blue Preaching will begin on Aug. general chairman, and Brother i Preparations have been made ,
Five distinguished citizens in should in handsof Joseph Daniels, cochairman.We .
I prints be the 17 through August 28. Revival also to entertain J
Rev. B.
.41 ? the of Dr. George K. are waiting to see who will
persons the trustees and stewards by services will be conducted by: Blacknell and his
Sands ,Dr. G. W. Hawkins, At- this weekend. Then a period of Evangelist Rev. K. S. Wilson, raise the highest amount of St. James ,AME congregationof Church who
torney Harold Braynon, Dr. G. really knuckling down will be- Morlah Missionary
pastor of the Mt. I will come to render service at >,
H. Green and Garth C. Reeves, I gin. Dusty pocketsbooks will Baptist Church, Winter 3 p.m. As has been our tradi-
lent.dignity, and positive think- I be opened,.pie sales, cake sales Park, Florida. The No.. two usher board Incharfe tion in the past, there will be
I Their to the evening program. and everything imaginable will I on Sunday night. an old fashion spread for St.
duty was discussing aspects be sponsored to get the neces- Service will begin at the usu- ushers are urged to be
\.';' of "The New Frontier. al time this Sunday. Holy, Com- present throughout the day. James, our special (guest on
V V This panel enlightened their sary money for, erection of our munion at 7 p.m. The .No. one The public is always wel- Men's Day. Don't forget to

audience on voting, the race issue church. So be on the watchoutfor usher board will be in chargeof come to worship with us at all come out and see us on Au-

I economics, politics, re- things to come. Sunday morning services. I times. gust 9.

Insurance CompaniesShow ; NrURDA'Y': ', At/cusf i, 1064 PAGE ii '


5 per cent IncreaseNegro SAYS: 1 THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. li i,

life Insurance companies II i I
;:? I
in America reported a 5%
increase in assets in 1963, according ISLANDERS TO I understand that our coin

president to of William the National A. Clement Insurance ATTEND CAMP are shortage hollering is so acute, the banks What About Wigs? ,

Assn., which is meeting "Copperl" Between
here July 2023.Combined AT FMCA the multitude of vend-
assets of 47 com ing machines and doityourselfpenny Why not consult your beautician?
panies reporting to the Associa- from group of youthful campers savers, round coins are I
tion actuary-statistician Jesse the British West Indies not 'round much any more. To
Hill, Jr., were $360, 788,000 Clement will be among those attending coin a phrase or rather Your beautician can give you the true I
said. This represents a the Florida Baptist Youth phrase a coin a penny sav-
gain of more than $17,000,000 Camp which opens on the cam- ed is a penny out of circulation. story. After all who should know
over 1902.Clement. pus of Florida Memorial College -
August 3-16 it has been It seems that while pennies, better than your beautician?
said insurance in announced by Mrs Corene nickels and dimes don't go very
force with the Negro compa- Watts, camp rector, far these days they rarely come 913ELK'S
nies is $1.99 billion. This is an back. Some things have been
increase of $81 billion over The delegation of youth Islanders taxed out of existence, but the
1962. will be led by Dr. penny has been sales-taxed into
Doris Johnson, youth directorof prominence. To alleviate the
Clement, who is 'vIce presi- Bethel Baptist Church in shortage, the Treasury Depart-
dent and agency officer of Nassau, who 1S also associated ment is now increasing production
North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance with Jordan Baptist College located of small coins to overcome
Co., of Durham N. C., there. the centsless shortage, but until
said the members of his association these new coins are in circula-
paid $33,857,000 benefits First week of camp will opento tion, there'll be little change in
in 1963, and $46.560,000 in boys and girls between the the situation.
compensation. Payroll was divided ages of (9) to 12, while the second
,between 8,000 agents week is for 13 to 16 year o
4,000 home office personnel in olds. _
500 locations, he said. I I was surprised to read that X
A fee of $8 per camper is ulcers are believed to be more
There are 33 stock companies charged and registration may likely hereditary than a sign of
and 14 mutual companies in the be sent to the Women's Missionary success ougnt on by wont and
association. Largest of them is : Union, 1230: Hendricka worry 1n a competitive society
North Carolina Mutual with Ave., Jacksonville, Mrs. Watts Maybe tHe two will be combined GRAND BALL
$82.5 million in assets followed stated. by trading that success
by two stock companies might be (hereditary, too.
Atlanta Life with over $60 million -
and Life with I used to think that diet wasa THURSDAY -AUG. 27th 9:00 P.M.
million Gershwin factor In ulcers but
over $31 in assets. Featuredin causing ,
I've come to the conclusionthat At The Fabulous I
The Patriarch Pops Concert it's not what you're eating -
tnat&; urmgs on ulcers, but Miami Beach Convention; Hall i
Primate To Visit The music of the man who what's eating you. THIS YOU CAN'T MISS I
stands "the
unchallenged as
American of
greatest composer
MiamiThe this century," George Gersh- Elevator operators should be "Lloyd Price and His Big Band" !
Patriarch, His Beati- win, will be played by the MI- expected to uu victims of ulcers -
tude, Peter IV of the African ami Beach Symphony for its since tney nave so many W. C. Baker and His Big Band |
Orthodox Church will make an 8th Summer\ "Pops" concert on ups "uiiu uow u.s. i once heard Bobby Marshall, the Great M. C. I
official visit to Miami this Sunday night, August 2, at Mi- of a successful one, who became
week. ami beach Auditorium at 8.15: a saie maiiager in a And :the floor show of Clyde Killens Island Club ]

oiioib a..UU# gut to the top THIS IS Al BIG NIGHT i
Accompanying the Patriarchto p.m.Earl in a hurry, Uui unlike most
the Southern Jurisdiction Wild, chosen by both iCvaior! men, didn't go right 2 Bands, Floor Show and Continuous Music I
will be His Eminence Arch- Toscaninl and Arthur Fe Idler down. NO INTERMISSION <
bishop Gladstone St. Clair Nurse, to play Gershwin's piano works Make advance reservations for tickets at
Primate of the African Orthodox with their orchestras will be your
Church. The Archbishop the evening's piano soloist, i the following places iI
and Mrs. Nurse are enroute to playing both the "Rhapsody in Church For Sale I Convention Headquarters 1025 NW 2nd Ave. j
Nassau. BWI where. they will Blue" and the "Concerto in F" I North' Travel Bureau 1101 NW 3rd Ave. I
vacation. :with the Miami Beach Sym- CBS furnished, 350 congregational | Atlas Elk's Lode 320 NW 16th Terr 11I
phony. ,.. capacity, kindergarten -
Before leaving Miami, the I 'Liberty Elk's Lodge 0525 NW 18th Ave. ] j
will be the celebrant for 57 children,
Archbishop Barnett (Bob) Breeskin. director I GuNNle'd Beauty Nook 3710 Frow Ave.
at the 8:30: o'clock a.m. of the "Pops" will conduct home for minister, plenty of |
I Ut. Ellen Cleaners 544 NW 14th St.
Divine Liturgy at St. Peter'sCathedral Taylor') |
I orchestra In the compos- parking, 2 school buses
Sunday, August, 2, I er's "Cuban Overture." 'property in excellent condition j Dt. Ruler Susie Harvey 18010 SW 103rd Aw., Perrine I Ii
1964. Next, Earl Wild will play the i
Rhapsody in Blue," accompanied $34,500. $10,000 cash.
The invited to come
public is this by the orchestra: bring Al Tirella, RealtorPL
and out and every worship Sunday.with us the mission.concert to its single {inter 4-542G Try A Miami Times Classified Ad

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MT. CALVARY CHURCH Following the intermission,

Constance Carter reporter Billle Lynn Daniel, soprano;
and Andrew Fricrson, Uirtlone,
Rev. S. Atchison pastorOn
last Sunday, the spirit of will sing excerpts from Ger- WITH GOD ALL THINGS
shwin's immortal folk
the Lord was nigh throughoutthe
day. Our associate minister, "Porgy and Bess." ARE POSSIBLE 1
Rev. Whitehead was the morn- ; E,, ,r
The concert will conclude
ing speaker and our pastor delivered -
the sermon. with Mr. Wild and the orchestra
Both sermons' were well re. playing the "Concerto In F"
ceived. I

Baptism will again be held on
the first Sunday In August at bp,
6 p.m. Everyone is invited to
attend this great, joy, in the rimtg
candidates life, and to rejoice
with them.

Our pastor's first anniversary
will take place on August 6, (:CommunityCWjurrlj
Thursday and will end on Sun-
day, August 9. Our guest speakers -
will be Rev. Stepherspn and
Rev. Sims. These are important
days' to attend, therefore you
should plan to attend now.

DAY. William SPRING Slater CHURCHRev. pastor 4901 NW 7th Avenue REV. MOZKLL

2991 NW 62nd Street ,

Returning'from baptism Sun- Now, you can join Rev. Mozell in the hour of prayer at
day, our hearts continued to

mon burn delivered from the by inspiring our pastor.ser- Trinity Community Church, each Sunday evening at

The evening speaker was the
Rev. W. B. Williams who gave 9:00 p.m. The services are broadcast over radio station
us_ another soul-tlrring mess ,

-DII .... .. ALL FRIENDS AND )18.1j j WAME. Come, fill out your prayer card and bring it

Friday July 31 at 8 p.m. HERS MAY MAKE T HEIR
,choir No. 1 Is sponsoring DONATION TO THE I to the altar.REMEMBER.
Talent Scout Night. You are Invited
to participate on this pro-
gram. If you want to enjoy ZION, Inc.. : GOD CAN DO ANYTHING BUT FAIL

yourself spiritually come out At the home of the vice peril?
to Day Spring "Holy Ghost dent and treannrer. She to aIM
Headquarters." You are always Rev. Alfonza C. Mozell, pastor
welcome. one of the ordained violator

Our charter 1* registered IB 1', .
- Broward and Dad Combs r- -r Rev. J. McDonald, assistant pastorLife

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.Jr., of 2298, NW 63rd St.,, 73rd St., died at home July 23.

"' .{ died July 25. A native of A Miamian for 32 years, he Is
Thomasvllle, Ga., he had resided survived by his wife, Gertrude;;
in, Miami for more than four sons, four daughters three
:' THE MIAMI TIM ES MIAMI, FLA. I IN MEMORIAMj 4Q years; his stay was inter- sisters and four brothers.. Services -

t PAGE 12 SIN / T:URDA, AUGUST. ,,,,1. 1964 rupted by a tour of duty with Saturday 3 p., m. at .
-- the Armed Forces during Peaceful. Zion Bapt. Church,
i World War II. lIe Is survivedby Rev C. P. Preston, pastor. He
MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS : two sisters, Mrs. Sallie .Williams I may be viewed in' the clvjpelFriday
Mrs. Ethel Warner;.I afternoon '
In memory of our mother The family of the .fatea ;fLk t tT4 and two brothers, Isaac and' : : .

and grandmother, i Ulysses, of Detroit, ,Michigan.
T4 I Services Saturday, at 10 a.m.,' -i I' CHARLIE N. DUNCAN 501
in the chapel. ,, i NW. 17th St.,.died In the 'Tetecans. -
Hosp.. July: 22: ,Remains
_ '" were, dent to Atlanta, Ga. July
fRS. ELLA LOUISE SMITH 27 for services and,burial.
of '1874 NW 64 St. died July '26.!

a $ Mrs. Smith, native of Exuma.i ,WILLIAM C. HALL died a t
had lived In Miami for more' .liome, :1615; All'-Baba Ave., July

than 44 years. Her survivors: ;24A's1.s: .er-Mrs. Patricia Hart;
9 } F Include slx sons, Vernon Bul- 'fcrothir. :\Gfady: Hall; grandmother -
lard, Yorick Smithand Ivan ;''Mr 'Martha Tillman;

,Cleveland, Charles and William' Jour:. aunts,, >Mesdames: Rosie
McCartney; two daughters,: Lefe,!;Boozer, "J essle"l.ewis.' Etta
Sheila and Betty McCartney;'. sMae ''Hammond' and'ISnlma .Bll-

32 grandchildren; and 18 great- llngsley, and three uncles, ser
grandchildren. Services Satur- vive. Services, will,:be .conducted
day, at 4' p.m.,. at the,New Bethel Saturday'-in. fat'Flrst
Baptist Church, Rev. E.; W. Bapt; Church of Bunche Park,
.t" Williams officiating Rev. W, J. Macon, 'pastor. He
# !L------ & Id' will .ot t
aPATENCE E. .McPHEEIn FRED HOPKINS, of 1003 NW Locka chapel Friday afternoon.
't memory of our loved 38 St., died upon arrival at
L mother, who departed this life Jackson Hospital on July 28. MARTIN DINKINS, 1320 N.W.
August 2, '1963.',,>May the soul of Mr. Hopkins, a more-than; 35 14th Ct., died in Jackson Hosp.
aiA; thQvi faMhfuivdeparted rest in July 25. Arrangements in-
year resident of_Miami, is.Survived are
ancj; llght 4perpetual shine
peace;; ; his mother Mrs. Mat- complete.
ARAMINTA P.EDICAN MRS KATIE M. HEADINGS upon,frer. ,The,''Divine; Lltugry by sister Em-
tie Harrison; a ,Mrs.
for the dead will be said Sun BERT
who departed this life August wishes to express its appreciation ma Carr; and a brother James WILLIAMS JR.,
4, 1963 In Camden, N. J,. for the kind expressions of day August African 2, 1964, at Orthodox St. Matthew's Reid Sr. Services Tuesday Au- 7104 N.W. 14th 'Pl., died July 26.

"There's an open gate at the sympathy upon the sudden Church. Services for St. Matthew's gust 4, at 2:30: p.m., at the Greater His survivors are parents, Mr.
end of the road, through which death of its loved one. Israel Bethel Primitive Baptist and Mrs. Wilbert Williams of
each must go alone, and there We feel keenly the loss ol f A.O. Church are being Church, with the Rev P. Abbeville Ga., five sisters including -
held at Bain's Funeral Chapel,
In a light we cannot see, our one who was very dear to us Road Coconut Grove I D. Brantley; officiating. 1 Mrs. Mary Elizabeth
Father claims His own. and whose ability, and sterling The celebrant will be Rev. Reaves of Miami and two
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i May she rest In peace and personal qualities have meantso brothers. Final rites in Abbeville. -
Father s. Sweeting, PriestIn
: J.
... eternal light shine upon her. much In the growth of this charge.: The: Family and I INFANT SON. of Mr. and Mrs. .
The Family
family. friends are asked to note the Golden McCullough of 3130 NW
Please accept our sincere 59 St., ,died July 29, Graveside
time element for the Divine MRS. RUBY MAE YOUNG,
\ In loving husband memory, of my beloved thanks for the sympathetic mes- Liturgy for the dead ((8 .) services will !be held at the 2365 N.W. 65th St., died i in

sages, flowers, telegrams, cards, The Family Lincoln Memorial Cemetery Mercy Hosp. July 27. Among
IN MEMORIAM and other splendid tributes by her survivors are. husband,

organizations, churches, neigh- MEMORIAM 'BETHEL Mr. Jake Young; mother' ,_ Mrs
: bors and friends. "Thou art Sallie Johnson; three brothers
the author and finisher of our of 439-B NW llth Ter. died Samuel
In loving memory of our beloved Services David, Howard and Dr.
25 in Ler font Ill.
hit July ,
faith, And we will trust Thee sister Johnson; two slsters-4n-law,
-' the end." Monday, August .=3. 3:30: p.m.,
till FLORIDA B. PEDICANwho three nephews and one niece.
The Children departed this ,life July I at the Church of Clod No. two Funeral services will lie: held 1,
Nellis Cummings, sister located on NW 11th Ter. Remains Mondav at 2:30 New
29, 1954. "There is a land of : p.m. from
Deacon Irvon Headings, George pure delight, where saints im- will repose .in the chapel Hope Bapt. Church, Rev. W. E.
..',. Headings, sonsErnestine mortal reign. Eternal day excludes beginning 1 p.m. on Sunday. Sims pastor. She will lie in
H. Knox, Doro- the night and pleasures Survivors include his wife repose in the chapel beginningat
thy H. Cooper, and Gertrude banish pain. There everlasting Rapheallta, one son; ,Arthur 1 p.m. Sunday., v,
Jackson, daughters spring abides and never fading, Jr., two daughters Dorothy and '
flowers, death like a narrow I. Mary Elizabeth;: an'.adopted;son LILLARD SMITH of 1826N.W.
sea divides, this heavenly land. Alphonso Williams, an adopted 6th Ave. died Jackson
IN MEMORIAM from ours. Bright fields beyond daughter, Mrs. Alice Kimble two Mem. July 27.. He'had lived

In loving! memory of our the swelling flood, stand dres- grandchildren, one sister. Mrs' here for many years and 1 swell
dear wife and sister, sed in living green; So to the I Ivey Rollins. known. There are no
Jews fair Canaan stood, while' known surviving relatives. Arrangements
MRS. PRISCILLA THOMPSONwho Jordan rolled between. MRS. IRENE SEA, of 320 : ,_ are incomplete.
:May her soul rest in peace NW 11 St., died July 29, at
departed this life July 31, and light perpetual shine upon Kendall Hospital. ,Services F. JONES, 1510 N. E.
1963. Gone, but not forgotten.We her. Saturday, August 1, 10 a.mi:, ,In 152nd Terr., No. Miami Beach,
loved you, but Jesus loved The Family the chapel. Remains will : repose died July 28. A native of New
you best. Our love and memoryof in the chapel beginning York State he had lived in this

you will last forever. IN MEMORIAM 2 p.m., on Friday. Survivors include area for four years. Arrange-
Homer Thompson, husttmd her husband. ments incomplete.
and The Jackson Family. *
In loving memory of our
PERCY G. WILLIAMS mother, sister and grandmother, BABY BOY BRUNSON, Infant TEMPLE BAPTISTRev.
I who departed this life August son of Mr. and Mrs. Seth

\ 1, 1958. Gone, but not forgotten, IN MEMORIAM, Brunson pf 1603 ,NW' 5th Ave.,' L. A. Thompson, pastorMen's
\ t< I loved you but God loved you In loving memory of my dear died July 26 at.Jackson Memorial
In Day on Sunday, wasa
West. rest
May you peace. Hospital. Graveside
husband and father fierylceg -
\ Mrs. Lois R. Williams, wife success both spiritually and
held Saturday, August 1. ,
Mrs. Sophia Taylor sister financially. The faithful and
; Mrs. Dorothy Thomas, loyal men, led by Deacon Goe.
( daughter E. Hepburn and Chas. Ambrose -
] RIONMBSON chairman and cochairman
did a fine Job. And the
IN MEMORIAM LlT 1 1edd I MRS. ROSA LEE GLOWERS I women did not let them down.

.' \t ''e In sad, but loving memory of of 453 N. W. 13th Street passed The message delivered by the
!. a t Jackson Memorial Hospital Rev. Lester C. Albert of the
I, -on-July 22 1964. Survlvora two House of .Albert was.practical-
I cousins i1 r a. 'Minnie Hanna and challenging. The speaker
I and Mr. James Roberts, andseveral was introduced by Mr. George
I other relatives ,and gepburn. Jr. -
friends. Funeral services-wen,
held on "Saturday, July: 55 a :t Among the captains, Brother,
Rdrbert; 'McCIaln's I group' reported -
: s '" the Qh pelf tll RtyAEmoJacksopot :' the highest. amount and
rV1 l times ,,,M
> I thai group headed t by Cocialrman '
Ambrose. came,-second.,
t a MIRS FLORENCE. LUCILLE ,"> The .feature. .of the. evening
HIGGS of 446 N. W. 14th
i Tern 'was he-musical i i program rend
p passed at Jackson Memorial'Hospital ered by the male chorus, and
on July 23. Survivors' the report of the captains., Tlx&SlleoW
MRS. ELSADA DAMES are her 'husband WlUlam. twd "Workers comprising
J: :!.
McCLOUD daughters Willie Mae Hlggs ,MM. .YY'C ,; trachan, Miss D.

who departed this. ,life on July and Estella Hlggs, a son WalterArmstrong ..ThompsonfMrs..'. .E: Andrews
29, 1958. two sisters Mrs, ', M)",;JJ. rtMrs.. L. Hamilton,
.., .. .._ Lillian and Mrs. Helena "
I>o '" r May she rest-in.-peace. Mack honored Deacon Reuben Hep-
brothers Leroy -.
burn for his of faithful
The McCloud.-Family: years
Lewis- Johnnie Mann and aarytae 4orthei.rchoTrrThe, pre-

who died July 30 1962. Julius Armstrong, grandchildren ;sentatinnr,wa wade! by'Brother
"Servant of God well done, thy ,.1 N. MEMORIAMIn and will friends. Funeral Hiitoa:.Brown. r. ;/ ',
warfare's The services held on Saturday The.".pastor. an& officers wishto
glorious past.
4 -
! of our beloved
, I J battle's fought; the' race is won' wife, mother memory and grandmother, ,.August:1,, at the Chapel; thank jail otlW* *.participants,
\ i1 And thou art crowned at ..last. -especially SC Mary's3Iale
\, t, Sadly missed by his loving. who departed this. life July' 17,. > Chorus which sang so beautifully -
.. SARAH W. ROLLE wife Mable Burger 1958. I 1426 N. 'W. lstJ lace passedat .wider the direction of Mr.
M" f who departed this life July 27, Willie Mae Cooper, daughter : ".As'tlm' If. \ miss Jackson Memorial Hospital A. Caffey. he patrons and advertisers -
lgoe .
on, we you .
Gone but not forgotten. OD July 25: Su"lvors'are_ her have heartfelt <
.u 1957. Eva Mae Barnes daughter And will. our ap-
. more. your memory husband, Austin .J. two -
Donald (Dan) Rolle James Burger, son ,, sons preclatton. _
' forever be cherished in our *
Willie McRea. sister Theodore; and Valentine. .: 'First. 'Sunday services will
And GrandchildrenIN hearts., }r Daughter Virginia Dorsey, four .bet .as."usual.. *
** .
{ } IN MEMORIAM The Family sisters;; Mrs/ EudeUe..Reed"Mn. Deacon and Mrs. .Alfred*,

f pk k, F In loving memory of our I '=?Woods"4m d 1 ve1 ya Kelly,' two "grandchild-. Dean, returned this week from
dear husband and father MEMORIAMHERDIE titMMalldreddr t fett, nciceg and: ''nephews., Fun- their trip to ,the World's Fair.
OSEPH'WALLACE Alaska e,' Anchoxagey wHi.1*er views?" werefrfM: onTltt&ky -'rher'were' little -
EVERETT DENNIS 3tev 30 at ZOO Robert. accompanied '
Better known as Joe) ; p ra.fronV in
| who( departed this life July 29., who passed Into the great beyond Juanita Reed, Miami i ;, .'Sfc.I. 'Rnes Episcopal New.( York they were guests! of

{ I ... i*rmn yTM Be;but'not rnrcrotten.! July 31, 1959 Jean Brant Miami 1dgrandchUdren Churdf'wRH Father :Lambert :.: MracTDean's! cousins. Mr. and
I4+ Margaret Wallace and Family May he rest in peace. L. Sanda,4fciaUngs MrsK 'Alfred: ::Thompson. ". .''- _

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!: Unfurnished
3370 NW 51 Terre Call Mr. Gilbert i oti1:N StlNVAY.8t 0.401 : CBS '3-bedroom, Fla oak SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1964 PAGE 13
NlV room,
NE 43 Sty 2-b '
at or see himat dtootrt CDa l
and carport, on closingcost ..
3371 NW 51 $!. ". rtxnl, air (!ndit1orttd! bedroofflk. $350 down $79 per month. TI. \

'>EFFICIENCY ,ut 'urntsh d. $50 only Carport$200, the dbw roof .total$69'sio.ooo month. FHA". Inc terms.4740 Key NW'at 7th News Ave.Realty ., PL* Attention!! ,Attention!!< : ::,

month. enter Realty,* Broker py all A. Beti-Kori Realtor, 4-065& ;' ,
) PIi 98779., flutes PL 0-5533.., days PL 1-2243 =_ .

.' T 1ISIEI3.: ,,1-bedrotstn' npt bttIV'E< : BY 551 NW '45 St. No floors, tile roof arid appliances .
,_O. Week:>ehst b Rearty"firok-' qualifying, only $850 down and $350 ,down,; $72 ,per zrtQnt 1. FHA

< YPL9-87T0r' tX .,- ,$83. month pays all. Call me, terms., Key at News, Realty Inc
I A. Ben-Korl,' Realtor, nites PL 4740, NW 7th Ave. PL.4OG5&., ) t "Sunshine Homes"Now '
'533, days PL 1-2243. :: ':
HO SE, 'nice 'hndVroomy, 1- :: .., .
.bea.roorfi1, JconvenienUy'located( In; NEW AREA special cDs like
'qu1e1 tieighbarhiheod'areaso ia>me.l 4-BEDRQOM CBS, that has new 3-bedroom 2-bath home ,
'2101 NW,5, $ .-St; ', :urnlshecr'unfurn1sli r everything 2 baths, Florida $200 ,down, $69 month. Key at Open For Public Display r
) ,iC t: :b29a! ; :\\1 \ .r t ltoo M, *V 'fc shop: drive ,by' 230 News Realty Inc.,. 4740 NW 7th
NW St. 14500. A. 611-! Ave.,. PL 4-0656. :
,LOVELY X- proQtn!.b ln.t; irl ,JCorl, Realtor: nites PL 9-5533, New Low Down. Payment ,

fenced yard tf1\, W ,\ p.hl days PL 1-2143: Open Everyday .Including Sun. 2-6 I, '
family onlyJwipurchase ., lt t t..":"toy "FoRr,RENT. p.m.
.ii"r t 3-BEDROOM, 2 Fla. rooms, no : ( '
: j.jE1 : new hom s have everything
c1osUut cots, FHA mortgage, CITY < you ,
.' 3-
FURNISHED1o!: ) ,$89$13,500 month.total Call price 888-0522, $500 down 1361, bedroom :apt. :$22.50 .week, 2- want, Mr. and Mrs., Home Buyer. See.; .. ...I -
hot':and.:eold water; 'cleaal8U) %! bedroom apt.: '$20 week; nice! .
I 'I. SE 6 Ave., Hialeah Owner
NW 5"Cy.l634-317r> r must sell.HOUSE. neighborhood, small building them!
MJckins Rental :Agency NE:
13mu'r"Y... AiUOI'NW: -
,. 5 4-0500.
A"i e. Ox 1-4657. Doddfjonnson. $400 down; $66 month .
includes Beautiful i

NEW 2 bedroomduplex, \\m$25 3-bedroom everything.CBS, like new with NEW MT. MORIAH Location of these new homes:

per week, unfurnished, -3220 stove, 621-734 or see at 3300 6700 N. W. 14tff.Av'e;;
NW 10 Ave., 551 NW 52 St. NW 208 tern Rev. Almus L. Shlmv: 'Pastor
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call 633-2891_. or 235,2058ROOM. NO CLOSING COSTS Florida We had wonderful i- service 111 3041 N.W. 69th Terr.

room, enclosed front porch, day Sunday*.Oholr'Np.' ,1>wishes
272 NW 65 St. PL 7-6672
to thank-RevJ9WestVSt/
garage, awnings, stove and re- '
frigerator. Price is $9 500, $300 they Choir)NoV 'WO'-' Greater
2-bedroom house, $12.50 week, down and $77 month. !Life Real. Bethel Chfcfr1:NOi'! neO:Antioch
1-bedroom house $10 week, 1- ty, 4032 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. choir,:No. cone and two, Palms 1132 N. W. 37th StreetEXCLUSIVE
bedroom apt. $12 week, 2-bed- Open evenings' and Sunday. Singers, Sweetfleld Male ChorUs -
room house, $20 week. Call at Ebenezer choir No. one,
22GO NW 62 St. Rear, Saturday NO CLOSING COSTS CBS the Davis chorus, Miss Anna
Owner on premises. Call duplex, 2-bedrooms each side Laura Shipp, Deacon George BY
688-4825. ,I tile roof with Smith, choir No. two, usher
appliances, only
I board No. one' and two visitors
j $600 down you can, live rent News Realty Inc.
2-bedroom corner house, hot free as the monthly paymentsare and members who helped make ,

water, large kitchen range, I I only $89.75. Life Realty our 9th Anniversary a success.
sun porch large utility room 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371 Monday night after 1st SUn-
4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
may be used for bedroom. Call Open evenings and Sunday. day, Rev. S. L. Bedgett from I
owner OX 62392.2BEDROOM Jacksonville will begin revival I
until the 14th. Come and hear
HOUSE, living i rooms, enclosed front porch, this great minister. .

dining and Fla. rooms, carport. appliances. Very good location -
6500 NW 8 Ave.FURNISHED .. In Manor Park. Price is COME ''TO Houses And Apts. For Rent
$7,500, $500 down and $70 per

. bedroom apt.,I month. Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 NEW YORKa From $13 per week. Furnished. or unfurnished.
large rooms, quiet, cool, no Ave. PL 9-4371. Open eveningsand ,
children, $20 week 1323 ,NW' Sundays. ( sired in Coconut Grove, Houses for sale EZ Terms, 'Bargain Prices
58. Terr. I that it!)
,_ I .NO.CLOSING COSTS FHA Auto Insurance. Check our new lower ',rates '
1-BEDROOM unfurnished cottage terms. Enclosed front and rear 2-bedroom CBS big living

1558 NW"49 St. Key next porches, separate garage. Houseis room, carport $87 monthly D. Goodman and Son Inc.
door. Mrs. Coleman or call HI freshly painted inside and payments, $400 down, deep lot, ,

8-2824., Immediate: occupancy out.',Floor refinlshed;I stove 'zoned R-2. "INHUKANC13, IIKAL J KSTATJ3 MORTGAGE"
$18 weekly.OPALOCKA. and 'refrigerator. Price Is $9,500, Have 4 other homes on this '
$200 down and $77 per month streetMARGICIN 2688 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-0380

AREA: furnished Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. REALTORS ,
apts., all utilities, $25, 1- PL 9-4371. Open Sunday, and 1

bedroom $21, unfurnished\ '2- evenings. 448-5308 .L[..t Td3ddd + ..r..ltL1l..l.4..itJ[..t..tLJrJI"Iu.JlJlJIJIJI.4.UJI':Ir il'1rtnnr'1rW'Yr': ., .,
bedroom $18, 1-bedroom 15.
Micklns Rental Agency, NE LIVE RENT FREE Reauti-
4-0500, ful like new CBS duplex 2- FORD REAL ESTATE SPECIALS!!!

edrooms on each side, .$.50
1866 NW 48 St. 1-bedroom. un'Curn. down and monthly payment of A 2 Z Awards SEE OUR LARGE SELECTIONS OF HOMES

Adults $16.. Phone .$$5 Is, so low* that the r e n tjfromt 5705 NW '7th Ave.
'633-2891. ,one side will pay it all. TODAY! !
Life ''Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave Miami, Fla. PL 9-4369 "
HOUSE FOR RENT Also PL_ 0-4371. Open evenings andSundays.
AUo see ,oi Incline Propirti* -,'Live Rent Free
effiency apt. 282 NW 43rd '''St., Trophies l ; 1 r
'for,, information call NE 44321.
DOLL HOUSE 2-bedroom ,,f1 Plaque 5700: NW 7tlrCdurr.2'4rodnt home, furnished
:'ONE 'BEDROOM apt., for rent, ,CB&Jalousled windows, awnings -> Engraving... : ; :$250.-down' ; '$20 'week.4* .<* ,
call ft ; ,'',enclosed back porch, .It ) 0'
anytime PL.7-2048. .
.1 ,
I ,; stove; and refrigerator. Spotless ...'\. t.- A ;, 4001'',NW WHiiAJ&nuc I .. LargeJCBS house, carport.
Inside: and out. Price Is $9,000, .z> j week,1, .. '
$ $22
(down and $75 month. Life ..At"1'J. : .. nt
FOR SALE $300 ....... t rl I" jft '
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL t :
'LARGE Real ,4502' NW: .w.w' Avenue Large 3-bedroom house
FAMILY; 4-bedroom Open evenings andSundays. -' '

'beauty CBS near school, bus, REV., LAURA,;.J for rent $20 week.
shopping, $11,700. $86 month "
Includes everything plus DP. HELP WANTED 'akatuatist... ,...Readde'Vivid 40)) 1855 'NW 43rd Street 1-bedroom house for rent
'Open; Sunday 1-5 pju. 6940 NW Advisor with option to buy $100. dlown $20 week
6 Ct,. Fenster .Realty;. ,'Broker, LADY who can do, alterations
to 'work 'as counter girl In' dry Healing and blessings to _, '
IL U8779FOR : 2770 NW' 55th I Street' -- CBS house Move right,
store. 2634 NW 62nd 1 '
cleaning ,
God' Power in. $200 down, $20 week.; ,

LARGE, large fatally St-r ... ... ** ,1. .-/* One visit will convince you
t corner: estate, 3-bedrcomV 2 \ 59th Street House for rent $17 week
3135 NW -
bath, CBS plus .extra :7t .BS '?MAT Rr; BAB8UR. LtbertyC1tj'Area4l that Rer.V(Laura will help ,

home,,.double Jotjia must towee ; : f l ble'.JtO''proces8., you through her power of 1301 NW 60th Street Houle"for. rent $18 week..
also suitable -3 professtatej (good; but, riM'VieceBsa'rr/ blessings.

person.".Drive,.by then call,for 54079. A15 i
':appotntm nt.\' .129J- ''NW -40' St. DONATIONS ONLY
;BEAUTICIANS? Senior operators .
'Fenster.JleaUyx Broker PL A Brand New 3-bedroom Homes
UN 6-5882
*- -'"' I to work a redecorated -
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'NEW' .AREA y. drpo ft1tr;' 1 'rent or lease: Bronze Beauty 635 NW 49th' Street
lotath 'hl Shop, 4635 NW 27th Ave. ''Ph. Miami_ each
only, $67; 'mont ye: TerraceIncome
NE 4-49G6. W S. Sullivan. : 1126 NW 51st
right In. Take L bu
pIUs it qlFd 1'- ,'. '

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,2-bedr t". m'11 QMe' M "'tcnv: ber. Apply at 1262 NW 62nd $400 DOWN

,74 St.. 'buflt-'foYlnlmsclf/Tw, ;, .St.,1 ,, or call. NEWELL 5-4079. A15 e Properties .
builder A one mortgaggonly386 : : sbe.troora.beth CBS,' $12,000 ,

month1)1 qs 1. down '.payment. KEfS mother CHILDREN at home for CBS Home and Duplexes. -- Drive. ,by! ,
working ; 7204' FaA, $8&95 month, pins taxesavid .
r ea1tyn4Brpker_ .JI1:
tte. _5 .a ,tw NW: 15th ;Ave. : insurance. No brokers. 1360 and 1370 NW'46th'Street'' .a l

J fT. ,
S0 ,.l1nLarge SPEctIAt
/,3-bedroom.;.":2*'& th The Moet For Let! 533 NW;44th.Street!
be uty. Only! $85 moat, I\ T. J.JnD..Unl j
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plus a i. smoll down payment no 7q.pt ORfJ --- -
qualifying, move right In. Fen- at theSateDIt.e ,- Our, atmcf- We are open Saturday and Sunday
,I ster Realty, Broker, PL 9-S779. ,pbere Is nalflte any other t tin DANCEiBkNDAvefbleEmi;
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SOUTH MIAMI: 3-bedroom 2 ,that help to.create, M t'a 1/'Ca 11AHER'A, cIiimnrnts COMBO FORD REALTY INC.
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bath:thoi ne on 80 x 100 lot, FHAapprOVEC'r Bite Ioup- Featuring Vocalist Little Clara
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; a pin A real beauty, ,,- ... And Manny Cruz on Sax :569 NW54th' ,Street 758-8761
dont ,n Iss this one. 'easterIlty ...N1If... ,. M') Call .

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FL*. 1'Birthday Celebration i Omega Conclave Set For DenverGrand

SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1964 PAGE 14 Miss\ E. C. Thomas was hos- ed movements for the
'I'Iv Baslleus Cray D. Jacobs many
tess to friends Sunday, July 19, '
In honor of her sister, Mrs. Omega Psi Phi Fraternity rights of under privtliged peo
__ -" I Dena T. Pickett, of Hialeah, announced here this week that ple. Its Social Action Committee .rf
: I whose birthday, was Monday, the plans for the 49th Conclave .headed by Attorney Herbert .
July 20. From celebrationp.m.4-fl .. wasMrs.. Colorado, August 16-20, were Tucker, Dorchester, Mass.,

LEFSTALKPOLITICSfly very Pickett happy with her friends. complete and bid fair to being has been quite active In protests f'

the most successful ever thru out the nation. Mr. Tuckeris
The setting was In the forma :
active In the NAACP.
I NORMAX B. JON_ "Fruit Bowl Sip" in t h e I set up.The .
Fla, room which was appro- is scheduled to
"Human Registration
theme, Dignity
Historical Backgound of the Negro in Politics the Church
priately decorated for oc Ballots and Freedom" will get underway at the Cosmopolitan ,
and fl'ratemalOrganlzations casion. The guests sang happy through all the sessions..
birthday to Mrs. Pickett and to Mr.carry Jacobs was conscious of ,Hotel Saturday, August 15.
-- -"'"- - Mrs. Mildred Burton who also the times and was emphatic in Grand Marshal, William H. Pln-

k t The recent decision of the part impossible to pass; and had a birthday, listened to soft the fact that Brothers: of the kett, Is desirous that all per-
f United States Supreme Court when any beneficial legislation music during an old-fashioned 25,000 member organization are sons planning to attend make
1 f ordeiimg State Legislatures to favorable to metropolitan areas chit-chat around the fruit bowl intensely Interested in makingthe their reservations as early as
be ''to- does be that with cherished remirtisences. Civil Rights
apportioned according! pass, you can sure newly-en-acted For information
o' population brings to an end In the deal, a whole gang of Mrs. Eleanor'' Moore presidedat Law work. taining possible. to the Conclave per-,
the control of bills beneficial to the 'Coun-
state government -
;. the phonograph with appropriate -
since interested asked to
The fraternity lung persons
machinery by rural leg- try Bloc' was horsetraded; and records while Mrs. displayed a keen interest in Civil write him at 2115 Race St., Den-
islators representing a mlnor- since the ruralists are alwaysin the
Burton served at fruit bowl. Colorado
has speadhead- ver
ty of the population.This the majority, It takes no Rights
figuring to determine who came Mrs. Pickett expressed grati-
decision Is the greatestand out ahead. tude for this very pleasant
most far reaching ruling surprise and included in her New Homes at Right Price
.: on Civil Rights legislation In The Joker In the deck is that expression: "My sister never
the last hundred years by the the representatives of this forgets my birthday", even Open 3 to 6
court. For the past half cen- minority were always foremostin though I usually do."
tury the population drift has the fight against rights for FOR SALE LOTS $2,200
been increasingly to the towns other minorities, as exemplifiedby Among the guests who show-
and cities, climaxing In the explosion the statement of Florida ered the honorees with cards 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths, garage. Fla. room
of metropolitan areas Senate President Wilson Car- and gifts,: were the following: 1921 NW 50th Street 1944 NW 49th Street
beginning with the end of raway on the Supreme Court Mr. Fred Plckett, Mrs. Mar-
World War II. ruling," It looks like from now jorie Wake, Mrs. Gray, Mrs. Le- 1835 NW 41it Street 651 NW 47th Street
on there will be no protectionfor nora Johnson, Mrs. Louise Capers -
In moving to the cities, the the minorities. and children Jerry and BARON BUILDS, BUYS LAND OR HOMES
proportionate political repre- Johnnie, Mr. and Mrs. William
sentation did not follow the Edwards and children, Judy Need Money? Call JE 8-1340

t people, which gradually shifted and Pete, Mrs. Emily Wright, ,
r the political control of the Calling BTW BandAll
Mrs. Mildred Burton Mrs. Elea-
i states to the politicians and office ,
holders who continued to members of the BTW nor Moore, and Mrs. Rosa Lee
t remain in the rural areas High School Marching Band Brady, and Miss E. C. Thomas. tip..
where as little as 8% and rare- along with those students who
' ly over 25% of the population took Instrumental music (1)) The guests departed wish- LIB CITY
I elected the majority in both this summer are to report to Ing Mrs. Pickett many more
.. houses of the state legislatures the band room at 10 am. on
natal days. The hostess
' August 24. Mr. Timothy 0. -
This left a majority of the the director, has been Informed group back for the same DRIVE THEATRE
\ citizens disfranchised in state that the BTW High occasion same time next year.
politics? regardless of race School band is to participate in
white people In metropolitan the Elks National Convention 22nd Ave. and Palm Drive-In Theatres

areas were Just as 'voteless' Parade.All A 2 Z'Auto Plates
1 as Negroes, as theeir legislatorswere COMPLETELY INTEGRATED ,
members of the
I, In the and all Majorette J
monorlty 5791 NW 7th Ave.
:. legislation was at the mercy Corps, the Color Bearers and MIAMI OX 1-7959 22nd Ave. and 69th'St. : .
of the 'small town' Color Guards are to be pre-
r ;; I sent also. The purpose of the $2.99Personalized NOW SHOWING \

"I: In Florida ,they became to be August 24 meeting is to get ..,. ,,
' ". known as The Pork Chop ready for the parde which takes IdentificationFor # -. .y
tt Gang', but the situation was place on the 25. Yonr Auto
not limited to Florida or the MONSTER
Sold Through Dealers
South Hut was common to every
state on the mainland, in every For Best Results For nearest dealer, call
section of the country. By whatever PL 9-4369 S GOLIATH
name they were called AS
whether, operating openly and Try a Classified Ad I ML v
I brazenly like "The Pork Chop-
pers', or subtly and apparentlynot '' NEW!
designated! a for mal 1 1 ;y
organized bloc, the country SPECIAL PURcHASE'nu
boys' have ruled the State
Legislatures with an unrelen- : t UNQlEUM
ting Iron hand and successfully RUGS 11
blocked or passed any legislation 595
according to their wIshes. 6xt .$2.fS
7Vuet ...IJ.9'
They grew In strength and
influence because of their con- -c
," tinuity in office and long terms.
as 'once" elected from small AIXAPATTAIIVUHNITURB .
, rural county or district they. ,
\ had little to fear in the way of aIN..a gat s rp. GORDON
'\ competition as they could and
\ did Immediately solidify their GOLIATH ..
political position by passing ut PA"U"S. 4906 N.W. 17* AVI.
out patronage 'back home', to rn. n r.Nwtr
; I keep the few constituents hap-. NE 5.1364-OUR 32nd YEAR AtiD

I py. THE UiMPlRES )

"x ) This' entrenched political
: power soon ''gravitated down to '
all levels of governmental subdivisions ...AMERICAN......"N4T10HAL..ut. COLQRSCOPE
t and extended not ohlv Theresa Florist"Since
in the smaller counties and
\ cities but the metropolitan areasas PLUS -
well.A 1949"

\ : check .on I the native home ,ARTISTIC ARRANGEMENTS
of nearly' all of the appointive
officers and most of the elect- h
ed officials
in the large cities liltl
J and counties will, reveal that
they were natives of small MILES AWAY FROM HIGH PRICES
counties. When they would move
to larger cities they would receive SPECIALIZING IN- $ c.1
the majority of the appointive -
offices and those who S Weddings Artificial;, Shipping. and count If you can -
ran for elective offices would '
receive strong political and Hospital Bouquets Spray the orgies of evil = .
financial backing of state officials Anniversaries Special Group Price
which practically assured ForOrganizations
I them of victory. Banquets Schools AMCMCAN WTMHATIOIWU....

I So for the past> half century S Funeral Designs And Churches EDGAR ALLAN POPS

,... there 'has:been 'an, ever' increasing COMPARE, OUR VALUES Asraract or m NACAMC ,
r J' domination of state LOWEST PRICES :

government as well local government HOW, WE DO IT? 1

, .;1 by this small county We own our huildlmr. There Is no rent due : THE Q.UE
bloc with
an' unyelldlng stranglehold. -
We. Pass This Savings on to ,Ton GETtlE 'f't '

k This same pattern _of rural PROMPT, DELIVERY, FLOWERS BY WIRE t HEDDEaTHT :
u domination constituted the I
makeup of, the, U. S. Senate Call our experienced: staff Dial 634-1087 tnBTECO1DRi>> ,
'4 and House and the respective DESIGNERS I If
candidates for President of -' '
.. PRICE i
both parties.: Homer Hawkins G. Herbert Turner

:t Itjto small wonder that progressive (Mrs.) Arthesa: D. Hubert, Prop. HAZEL COOT-JANE; ;J ASHER !

s social legislation for 5260 N.W. 32nd Ave. Phone 634-1087 LLJ'---
tba rtilef u of th* urban areas isso

difficult and for the greater II. .-._..._..- AAA .- -----_. --- ---Tl't -...--- -- -- ------

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'; AUGUST 1, 1964 PAGE 15
.' .
10 books of any trading stamps will serve as a down

payment on a wilt
The South Florida Council
Spearing National Jamboree Contingent For further information contact

consisted of 148 Scouts and approximately
20 adults. Includeded ACE BEAUTY SALON

In this number were eight 730 Arthur
With Scouts of District 10. We feel Godfrey
Sports quite proud of these Scouts, Miami BeachJE
their parents their units ;imcl
k.- By HARRY SPEAR their Scout Leaders for mak- 1.7031 or JE 8-4853
__ ing It possible. for the follow
ing Scouters to attend the
National Jamboree along with ..
A Big Surprise At prime. Louis. was an 8 to 1 favorite 52,000 others. ,
which shows how little
the public thought of. Galen- Troop 50, :Mt. Zion Baptist
5th Street GymYour to's chances. Church, Herbert Williams.

I The unexpected happened. Scoutmaster, Scout Lovell Richardson w
sports editor, along In the first round Galento son of Mrs. Artie Richardson -
with two other sports writers. I landed a right to Louis'. head 334 NW 10th St.; Larry
'Lou Gross of :the Miami Star which rocked the champion. In Bailey, son of Mrs. Ruth Bail-
and John Crittenden of The the second round. Galento. was ey, 260 NW 8th St.
Miami News, had the pleasureof on the canvas. Rolling around Gordon Gin
witnessing Cassius Clay being like a porpoise. But in the Troop 73, Frank C. Martin
dropped by CHIP JOHN- third round Louis, the great Elementary PTA Scoutmaster
SON at the 5th Street Gym. Brown Bomber, the unbeat- Herbert Ammons, Scouts Mi- or
This was no clowning, he was able superman, the "greatest" chael Crawford, son. of Mrs.
belted. After comlrwr off the heavyweight champion In his- Alma Crawford, 14250 MadisonSt.
floor ''he announced. the new tory, was on the canvas. He ., Richmond Heights, Isaac The
heavyweight champ. Chip igave had been hit with a Galento Hargrove, son of Mr. and Mrs. Changingof
a (good account of himself whenhe left hook to the Jaw that Taylor Jackson, 15101 Polk. St

received a split decision could have knocked the bricksout Troop 74, Mays High PTA,
!here at the Beach a few weeks of the wall of a United D. Scoutmaster Alvin Bryan,
the Guard
States mint.Hysteria .
si go.I Scouts Clifford Howard, son of
wrote In my column sometime
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Howard,
back that this boy Chip reigned. The 35,000 .
Sr., 14521 Polk St. 1a
needs watching. My comments persons on hand could not
!seem to. be on the OK side. believe their eyes but Louis Troop 77, St. Agnes Episco- c' i' (Which did the English see first?)
survived the knockdown tho'he nal Church, Scoutmaster LeRoy
JIMMY MURRAY one time still was a lilt on the unsteady Smith, Scouts Fred C. Bethel, : Gordon's-by 68 Buckingham Palace
'great welterweight visits the side when the bell rang son of Mr. and Mrs. Ennls New- years.
5th Street Gym dally He has ending the third round. son, 371 NW lth St.; Alvin Bru- became a royal residence in 1837, and

sparred with six world. It was the fourth. round that ton, son of Mr. and Mrs An- that \is when the Changing of the Guard
champs: Gene Tunney, George I Louis proved he really was a drew Bruton, 1308 NW 64th .1 became a fixture of English life.Gordon's ., '
Carpentler Tommy Loughran champ. He went to work. with St.; Wllbert Holloway, son of
Mike McTisrue, Jack Brltton his left and forced Tony to Mrs. Ethel Parker, 1201 NW became one In 1769, r
and Jack Sharkey and numer- come out of his crouch. Whenhe 44th St. when Alexander Gordon first .....

ous other fistic greats. did, Louis dropped right The Scouts left Miami by J5 created his remarkable
Jimmy had speed, ability and hand ,
bombs his
on jaw so fast
heart. At the age of 58 he feels they could hardly be counted. had Trallway lunch bus,in 6 a.m.Jacksonville June 9, ( gin formula. Today'sGordon's .
great has D lovely. Intelligent Galento harks back
soon was bleeding from :(
the night at Hunter Air
wife a school teacher and IF the nose and cuts on both spent :r _
Force Base this formula.It .
Savannah Ga. to original
'father .
A of six lovely children. rheeks. Joe battered him so sf
k hard that Tony soon was Their tour. included a historIcal is the only way known GORDON*
ELI HANOVER of Baltimore !- standing still with his arms tour of Williamsburg, Va., to the distinct '
Washington, D.C., and. two daysat preserve "
manager of IRISH hanging at his' sides. Suddenly MiT r
.JOHN GILDEN whom he ex- he lunged forward and fell the World's. Fair They arrived live dryness and delicate
pects to. show here Is a good into the ropes. at Valley Forge Pa., for u flavour that have madeGordon's DISTILLEDY
'friend of. Lou Gross and your the Jamboree July 15. There the
'.'editor. He is visiting here and And the fight, one of the they actively participated In biggest. GIN
loves It.MARTY. most thrilling In heavyweight the Jamboree until 0 a.m July y selling gin in England, MlnulNi..n, iwq/
history was stopped R eferee nAi,,'a. America the world.
31y ,
Arthur Donavan seconds
FULLER managed On their return they toured
before the round would have
Canzonerl, Josle Basora, Philadelphia and remained
the Rice Twlni, all the Fontana ended. overnight/ at Fort Lee, Va. and
Boys, Left La Chance, Gene The hard beating Galento Hunter Air Force Base arrivIng
Molnar. Between Marty and took in the first two round In Miami 7 p.m. July 20. f PRODUCT OF U.S.A.DISTltUO[ LONDON DRY CIN,100X MUIMl[ SPIRITS
Irvin Cohen they managed 40 possibly cost him the fight and DIr LLLD IRON CHAIN.00 PROOF.CORDON DRY GIN CO,LID,UNDID.N. J.
fighters together. He is one af the title for after Louis got This trip will be forever remembered -
the old school, has his home off the canvas in the third by the Scouts as all ;
_here In Florida. Tony did not have much cherished moments.. 't4 -G

A KAPLAN strength and punching power.
America's In reserve. Hh! efforts to go: in
walking boxing encyclopedia is and finish Louis were so
resigning his office with the feeble that he fell easy prev to. Winners at AG Mkt. NOW RUNNING
World Boxing Historians Association everything Joe threw at him. Winners at A
In order to. completea
boxing book to. end all box. Galento In this fight became Ram D. McKay of 2Vil NW
ing books. only the third man ever to 55th Terr has a clock radio I 1 a
score a knockdown over the awaiting him and there's a
,MICKEY GENARO, former Bomber. The other had been! GE Electric Fan for Mrs. Ad-
/featherweight out of Connec James Braddock the night he dle Colburt of 2021 NW 65th
ticut, makes his 'home in Mi lost the championship to Joe. Ct. at AG Voocl. Store, NW 54th POST TJMffitOO
:aml. He's one of the good club I and Max Schmellng. Louis did St., and 27th Ave. PJM.
'N hters In his day. Always gave not have a mark on. him. But I
''his best had 280 fight Among. seldom have seen a fighter so Winners of the two. bicycleswere
whom he fought Bud Taylor, badly cut as was Galento. His Catherine Mitchell of 2435
Barney Ross Petey Sarron, left eve was completely closed NW 55th Terr and Minnie
Bushy Graham and numerous. and his right eye was Just a Wilder, 4713 NW 27th Ave
others. In the past four yea$ slit. I
has had four. throat operations,

now says. tie Is feeling much better BONDU TAKES SALES

75. N.I a Onpleatr

Moment of Glory TOURNEYFrontiers $100 weekly while
learning. Car necessary im! TWIN DOUBLE

25 Years ArgoBoxing International.. Inc., Call 634.9096 between 8.10
American Hurdle
holdlntr their ?1rd annual convention $5,000
writers of the o I d on Miami Beach last a.tn. and) 6-8 p.m.APARTMENTS. Cbamplonwhlp now In

school atgree that the J a c k week slaved h Dempsey and Frisco Lou Par and Birdie' Club July 22 at C.atr Open 6 p.m.
Firpo right at the Polo. Tiavshon Golf Course with a
Grounds. In field' of 36 players. The tournament -
sensational heavyweight ehamt under the direction of
1>ion?hlp fight of their day. Dave Bondn, was n complete $16.50 and $18 WeeklyUnfurnished I
:Second In thrills to. the Demp- success. Kelly C. Wilson president l-
of the Par and "Blrdip Club
e the
% JoeJLouls..TonyhGalen- snd Mrs. E. N. Tavl/jr.: a Fron- .
to title fight at Yankee Stadl- Herman of Miami conductedthe All ground floorS
;um 25 tournament.
years ago.
acres of paradise
'* In both flsrhts men conslder- Bondu had a low net of. Bfl to
a extraordinary champions capture first place. Other SEE -
'Were meeting opponents who scores are as fo.UOW'Moses \!:
were more or less 2474 NW 58th St.
and In both Bethea 70VTAr'les
the champions escaped with Peterson 71
e their titles safe but only after T* Lucas 72 Call 886-1589
the most Horrendous experience. S. Jackson 72 '
coLode" the Brown Bomber was R. Jackson 72 Au8
,. well nigh invincible. E" Hayes 72 .- w
Even veteran experts who had A. Dunn 72 e
Been Dempsey action
him favorably with compared the- The members of the Par and1 I NOW! !is the Time to Sell S
M anas a M auler and there Birdie Club who were In
some Who I thought Joe would were lv'-wav tie rellnouiahed their j I That Home.. Use a Times' .

met have W11fij be4 0 they Dempsey were In had their they rights Leo to Lucas the of trophy the Frontier in favorof Classified Ad! A T&m' Ad Can S ell Anything. See mlTHE :


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i THE .MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FUi. -., \., '


FPPA Holds :':.;: "' :"I' ; '

Quarterly Meeting in

Daytona /

The Florida Printers and Publishers
Association ,'held its second -
Quarterly meeting here I
last week at Bethune-Cookman I
College' with Emanuel M. and
Lawrence Wesley of the Wes-
ley Ifrinters as hosts.The.FPPA"plans .

.:to. meet \in ," p4 ,
.. Tampa October 31, with the Du-
Pree Press and th&News-rBe-v

porter serving as hostsJatnes ,
Jackson of the News' -..I<ort--:
er and Joseph Jones of the Du-

Pree Press accepted, .the: fillmeeting
*<* **.

Pf DF'Richard; V. Moore. ; president I
of Bethune-Cookman expressed 11

HENRY ,H. ARRINGTON gratitude, on, ,behalf of *M 1Iy* .
the college for the fine eooperA-:
DIRECTOR tlbrf' the. members of the pressan
: ;,fhe'/printing/ } ,)Industry had r'FRDNTIERS
FRANKLIN. FEDERAL giveJV4JEpCC: over the years In
f making 'welcoming, remarks, he'
SAVINGS AND LOAN also told,the FP/PA: of, the: progress -
ASSOCIATION ( of the 'college and ,the
plans' 'for. future;: expansion;
Mr. Arrlngton ,an attorney Emanuel Wesley' welcomed the

at law and well-known South body for Wesley Brothers ,. .... ,
Florida civic leader lends his Printers. '**.*' I :I t'!< t\:, AT"' T THE Roney Plaza Hotel on Miami Mo.; Jamees KiNk, Newark, N.

professional leadership and J., retiring Fra 1' er president;
Beach last week.
FPPA accepted the first RONEY Times Photographer I i I Ballantine
sage counsel to Franklin Fed- George Hopkins Ot ;
eral's distinguished! Board of reading of the proposed con- Frank Johnson caught this I Left fo right are: George and Atty. Henry Arrington,
Directors.In stlutlon and by-laws, a designfor attending the Frontiers I[ Utendahl of P. Ballantine andSons Garth C. ReeveS End E. N. Tay-'
a seal, and a proposed lay- (I Mrs Williams St. Louis lor of the host AJiajnl chapter.
a recent Interview, Ar- I out for letterhead stationery.Miss International convention at the ;, ,(

rlngton stated, "Babe Ruth hit M. A. Hall Williams, editor -- "
714 home runs In his big league and publisher of the Photo worked = Station.He \
News, West Palm Beach: drafted New York School of at WGB Radio
career. Everyone knows that Miss Thurston Weds
the' constitution and ing and Speech. He Is currently employed by
proposed AnnOUnC-\\
record. But he I
made anotherblpr .
in WAME of. MlaJ t tRadio, name,
by-laws. James L. Bruton, headof years
\ out 1330 league times.record.People He,remem-struck the Florida A and M Univer- WAME Disc Jock) I Stationed' G1tmo; ?Bob Terry.")

ber him as the home-run king Printing Department, presentedthe Mrs. Edyth J. Thurston announces -
because he kept swinging. seal and letterhead design. the engagement of her
The hosts treated the group daughter Maxine Amelia to Y gfJE ,
,. "In life, most of us can be ,to a luncheon and a fellowship I Bobby Horn, son of Mr. andi F "
home' run hitters tout/ we must hour after the meeting. A tour I i i Mrs. Harriman .,Home, Jeffer- l,
keep swinging! we must of the Wesley Brothers plant 'sonville. Indiana. .
keep saving. The desire must was held before the Informal ,
will 1 at .
be present and the effort must section of the meeting was ad- They marry August .
0 In the home of the bride-
be made 'to, save on a regular journed. elect's mother. A reception will

weekly or monthly basis so Members not mentioned above follow at the )Elm' Street Recreation -
that, In years to come, you and Center where friends
., l'' your family can rest secure In who attended the meeting are:
and relatives are invited.
Garth Reeves Miami Times,
'k the knowledge that you have
Miss Thurston Is a graduateof
; David C. Colllngton,
funds readily available for
Peck High School. She received -
Florida A and M
and the
emergencies Important social
Tallahassee Dennis a B. S. degree in
expenditures we make during Joseph Williams; ReginaldMoore Wesley service from Indiana Univer-

t' our lives and Laurie Forniss, all sity, Bloomington, where she

'': "It ,Is my opinion," continued of the Wesley Brothers Printers was Alpha.,Baslleus On April pf ..Alpha 18, Maxinewas Kappa
r "that Daytona Beach and Lewis B.
Arrington, one of life'sgreat ; the first Negro student to
stabilizers Is "money In Lowery of the Photo News. graduate from Florida State
the bank.; Once this Is accomplished University, when she receiveda
we acquire a sense of Jackson's Toddle Inn M.A. degree In social work. jjf7Er-
well-being. We are not forcedto She Is a social worker at Child-
make panic decisions becauseof Announces Registration ren's Service Bureau In Miami. *

emergencies, job layoffs or Daily beginning Aug. 15 Mr. Horne is a graduate of
sudden unplanned{ expenditures"I : : .. ... ,

; Arrlngton saUj. .
urge'iyVw, ---- '---'-- '---- -
I t -:;::
"to open/your. savings: ,accountnow. g BUYS IN TOWN Jesca Summer trl-ndJ.. are cordially Invited
\: Camp
at:"Ironklln Federal/Say. I For many ot jBSCA campers .
In.33:'!'dnd. Loan Assoclat1on\.t, K: ,: this will meat the end of 'an
,t where l"sP1funds are Insured! Large .tW'3-bedr i ij Only 10,000 total. $300 ClosingToday\\ : ,( injoyable suuvtoer filled with \

to $10,000'by the Federal! SavIngs -> dovvn.Froporch'dhiing; room,, garage, carport. The James E. Scott Community un and rich i periences.wa .
and'\L oan Ins 1rsnca tCor- 1.;'" 1>'1,1, ... '."" 4 Ass'n will have; Its
poration?. : agency :! ''' closing program Friday, July
of the Federal Government ?lst AFTER CHU CH' SPECIAL
Franklin Federal Savings and $7,000 total bty. this'beautiful, completely furnished Como to Glaft Loan Association 'Js chartered Open House and the Arts and )
home 2-bedroom 'front: W$0&Jalou.ied.porch,
bUvo your tymily pictures
by the Federal Government Crafts Exhibits for the Midget
supervised by the Federal Gov-, wall to wall carpeting; TV: y: reibi4rond." Campers, Junior Campers and made in beaa / Al color,, Bibles

ernment, examined and regu..' fenced back ystrdJThis:' ,ls a reateal.. Senior Citizens will be' from And weddings A specialty.,'Open
& r; 4 The Closing ,
lated by the Federal Government am. p.m. all day Bund/,
At ,Franklin Federal your ----e--- i, program'will be at 7:30 p.m.
Nt( Ave.
All activities will be held at 6215 7th
funds not only safe, sound
And secure are but earn generous No qualifying$8,300; total, $600 w wn, .$7O dividends at,the current rate of (beauty,.completely furnished, porch., dining 6304 NW I4W :Ave' Parents and 1" .A'.t.i"' -.1\' ;,c ..
L i r ."') ; }'!Ji ;
4V% a rear, paid and compounded .. 'I'OOID,11\ till ty 'room,., air 'cond.r -

four times, a,,,:year."Tour ., ,. ... ," ......... t .
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o ,. '
future Is In your hands.Don't : "HOM.E. B$1
strike out. You'll make a '
CBS 3-bedroom Florida poi 2-car
and Large room, ,
hit with your family a No
homerun for life by startingthe garage, carport, appliances. Extra large lot. $13,000 Qualifying! N.l.. .id

thrift habit at Franklin .total,.$4OO-down.. Doa'b! lOr.., t ..w, Move Ri '-. .
Federal Savings and Loan As- t. t :
sociation a great place to .. ,*:n' ,'-';' '; EZ TERMS ALL, }

save!" UDJPi- 'SP> $AL" "*'0' : 1--.503 NW 47th St. CBS doll'" "

1 "Franklin Federal''' is located : lg frigerator $300,'down _'
,.,$114u4? !
CBS 6 firneJw. $13 3J d .
at the corner of NW 10th Street Corner ye ; ,''''V > room '
and 3rd. Avenue. Convenient each':.side?, apptialicei:.In!goodLmeiarehool. and 2-729 NW.46th. Must q .
{ hours are from 9:30: a.m., to 3 bu.. .".',.-.. 1 3-bedroom, 2' bath! CBS beaie ;"" ,
' p.m., dally with extra hours .. ,' L. port, garage with work =hops;; ; ,
Friday evenings from 5 pm.. to -!('" \\A. ,,, > t ) \t -" bNt''r ...
f ..
j 8 pitH Visit us soon 1 I" -1 $400 down to qualified buy+sr. Co iPltn, :.
k ,
'* i iDBf fur- ed. '
Nognsilifglg2cpalandi-bedroom: partly r.'..oI .
': duo U E'''F. EHRLTNB dislt4d'' "+ 't nc :Very neata; !(..thetra. ; fJot, only$9W0ftot4U1'moatb. 3--280 NW 45th,St. CBS, 2 s'cMott-: ". rL -, ; t

'General*CYnIcal Practice ''' ''$,II" \ .' :._'J .. ,,": ;: painted inside aid out. $350 dbwn! ij 7i V onth' HA, '

r. ti"" .) I ,.:tili'. t.I... 4-4030 NW 3rd Avenue. 4* large'hedr ,ms, .fJ ... ':'
{ :." DR.,H. 'W. HAAGKflkln i" .* .... ". It :f.t'i 'room, 2-car garage, $10,900$495, ,, dow *. $86 ,5':: ',:.
Diseases .MANY'OTHER. GOQD ,;. Pr'1. Move in no FHA red tape., i tif'jJ\ .'
a ytN r' y M ;) f \ .
"t r )t'
i ,ftea ,Matson 5-6928 NW 5th Place, 3-bedroom w'\\t\t ex tril.4t." \

i Y A newjapproa.Jto treatment .... SHELLREri j"or 4-bedroom, 2 bath, porch carport, .M loveljr*:l L A

and >aedfcatlon"1'.. on pedAt .. ,$11,500, $650 down, $85 moAtb. ,Moty right in., no t !

elaedlood. ,/ .,.1.!! ....._...., 4260 NW.Tth' Are. 758-5551 FHA red tape. fi' .
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