The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 28, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Volume 42, No. 38 MIAMI, FLORIDA, R Y, MAY 2 16 PAGES 10>CENTS

[1uNd1oriiI Fight Public Housing-I;

xxt., .

; !! Claim "Cheats"

The Free Enterprise a nine-week probe of \projects \ -r

; Assocation charged Tues- run by the MHA.
day that many residents in The MHA asked for
public housing projectsearn and was refused copies of E
enough money to reports and information
rent from private owners. which the testimony was
Miami Housing Author- based. Sofge said. He was *?ia, ,f 8 1ar
ity promptly accused the not invited to the hearing -
wrl association of failing to he said.
back up its charge with Short claimed that if tI
names and facts and requested the MHA "kept a stronger a >
an audit by the hold on their tenants- 'R as P <
Public Housing Authorityas check their tenantstherewould t

soon as the group releases be plenty of vacancies -
its information. in public housing.
MHA Director Haley There would be no need
Sofge said the charges of for further projects."

"welfare cheats" are "a
disservice to the com- In a telegram to the
munity" unless they are PHA in Atlanta. MHA xF
supported by proof.At chairman Martn Fine reQuested n J
.! a a special hearing before auditors to inves-
n : federal officials from tigate the changes so the
Atlanta Free Etnerprise authority "can continueto
pressed its battle against the best of its ability
more public housing. to be sure that only eligible F E
Frank Short, a private residents are housedin
investigator, reported on projects.

PROM QUEEN? One of the favorites in the runningfor I

Northwestern Senior High Prow Queen is demure Kynie VOTING RIGHTS BILL PASSES ;1.1'

Turner of 3231 N.W. 48th Terrace. The winner will reign '. '
the festivities Friday night at Bayfront Park ,'. ,:. > ..,.'l"o!
over prow :. .
Auditorium Glamour photo. (See Page 16)) "sJ.; -::;.......--...- ,

Here's Cassius I mean Muhammad :.!

AH telling how he delivered his "phantom

; punch" that KO'd Sonny Liston in one minute
I 300 Sign Up Neighborhood CorpsS Tuesday night. You've heard Clay's I mean -

.J A .. ,#\..* /* ,! .. &,>, ) 4. .t, E it.*&*.?_ _.._ <. > _*. _.. ... _> tt *. .* ,. .i,_ Ali's side now here's the way we saw it:
--More :than;JOOyoung: : since"'the center,,operyd ':u4.4:: ; in..4B"/; *!. "from' fa-*::graduation they-will' hive'''a Well; ,..itovastlike this,;. ",. .. you pee*- er, er,' cr .
and women fromthe' weeks agor**"* mules earning less than job 'skill and $600 cash to well .. Oh, let's forget it. \
Negro district have been "It's a good beginning. $3.000 a year. get them started on permanent I
cruited for work in the still got a long way to Those who choose the jobs.Youths .
borhood Youth Corps and he said. Job ,Corps will be sent to who enroll in the I
Job Corps Arthur King pro&r'e About 1,600 high school centers in other parts of the Neighborhood Youth Corps \
nounced today. who are out of work country to get one year of job will work here in Miami, King Gets 2 Yean For "
King, director of the still needed to fill avail- training. said. They have a choice of :
Economic Opportunity jobs, King said. In the centers they will get dozens of different jobs to
at 817 N.W. 2nd Avenue, To qualify applicants must food, spending money and time train for, ranging from hospital
he was satisfied with the between 16 and 22 years for play as well as work. At work to clerical jobs. Roulette Killing
While they train they will
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'7.'. :, earn $1.25 per hour.
''V.,{ N..J, King, former janitor at J.
.. "f John E. Brant, 19 1907 NW 2nd Court when
.. ; r W. Johnson ElementarySchool pleaded guilty to a man- he pulled a .45 revolver.
\ for 10 and bari-
years slaughter charge in Crimi- Stedman s a I rl l'a"t
: tone concert soloist for 25 nal Court and was sen- inserted four bullets in
9 EB '_ years, grew up in the central tenced Friday to two the chambers and pointedth
nEg T ,'lI$ district and is typical of the years in Raiford. gun first at Justine
kind of men who are working Prosecutor Car 1 I n g and pulled the trigger. It...
; in the Economic Opportunity Stedman said Brant was clicked without flriniz
Center. visiting Emma Ll77le. Brant then spun the
"We are all part of this Watson. 15 and Justine chamber. aimed at Emma
community," said King. "We Bosler last Sept. 30 in and fired, The girl fell
e want to see it start moving." their apartment house at dead

Fy.e!1F-4---- Judge Refuses to Shift

,r St. Augustine Murder TrialU.S.

.- ._- ---- District Judge William Jew in Germany in 1935," at the time. Many Negro homes
McRae of Jacksonville refused McRae sent the case back to had been fired into by white
Arthur King, right, director of the Economic Opportunity Center at 817 N.W. 2nd Ave.,
Tuesday to keep in federal the Circuit Court of St. Johns terrorists who drove through
I and his assistant William "Chocolate" Pinder brief a group of youths whQ enrolled In the court the case of four St. County. their area. ,

Neighborhood Youth Corps. Johnson of Miami photo. Augustine Negroes accused of The case involves the fatal Charged with second degree j.
killing a white youth.In shooting Oct. 25, 1963 of murder are Harold Jenkins,
spite of charges by a William D. Kinard, who was Carl Wilson Omn and Richard
civil rights lawyer that the riding through a Negro districtin Alvin Eubanks. Goldie Eubanks
men "could no more get a fair, a car with several white Sr., was charged as an acces-
trial in St. Augustine than i| men. Kinard had a shot gun sory after the fact.
State Attorney Dan Warren,
1 who asked that
the trial be
Civil Rights Lawyer remanded to the state courts,
said the case could not be
YUN removed to federal court "un-
j OPP4 less the laws of Florida de-
Cleared of Soliciting
prive them (the defendants) of
equal rights. The fact that
Tobias Simon, Miami A report issued by a pre-
civil Florida Bar grienlencemlttee judice exists which of ronrsnwe
lawyer w a a
may deny, is not sufficient
cleared T u e s da y of failed to uncover "
charges of soliciting clients any violations of the for removal.
iB t a last year in the racial Mai's Canons of Ethics Warren added that the
trouble In S', Augustine "I'm glad it's all ove"" judges were honorable men
The Florida Bar As. Simon said "I'm happy and he could not believe that
sociatlon Informed Simon's the bar saw fit to fl,11 l racial trouble "has permeatedthe
attorney Fred Karl of that I was completely fiber of the Circuit Court ?
Daytona Be.i.h of the proper in my action of St. Johns County."
; decision by letter. Simon Tho committee suggested Referring to St. Augur Incas
defended some 400 Negro that Simon he reprimanded a "jungle," Defense At-
The newly opened center is pictured at left and- a group of Neighborhood Youth Corps demonstrators for the for statements torney Tobias Simon and his
Florida Civil Liberties made In reply to the partners indicated that they .
workers are shown outside the entrance.
Union charges. will appeal McRae's decision.

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 28, 1965

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Day camping is,first of fun- part of the, \James ,E. Scott School Afyftpi t i Association will
and then of course, educationaland Community Association's Day '
i'its Annual Alumni
\ ,
observe ,. .
informative. Above day Camp program. Saturday,
campers at James E. Scott, May 22, at the agency headquarters Day on Tu Csda .,June I, ?
Community Association (last (f 133 N.W. 66th St.), p.m. in the sVb< l'saQJporiim,
summer) are pictured concentrating key personnel of the camp Classes of 195>4S sJSui3l
,during a session in staff participated in an all will be returning for their 10 ci'
camp crafts. Learning new day workshop. ., t
skills and ways of spending Consultants from the fieldsof years, 20 years and 30 years

leisure; developing self.direction education and health gave reunion respectively. 14i
and initiative "are willingly and enthusiastically Miss Mary Oliver, graduate -- / !
specific objectives of the day of their time and talent to ,
of 1955 will be the guest
make this workshop the most
camp program.
speaker for her class. She will
At the end of a happy day meaningful and successful.
some campers board the agency Topics and consultantswere sire the graduating class a L'IgL
bus to return ,home, where as, follows: Informal challenge to be among the best .h : x w q Y S 9 i" s

parents will be eager to lis- dramatics-Mrs. Barbara E.Aranha graduates in the country. Miss
ten in on the day's happenings. instructor at North Oliver is a graduate of Florida
Dade High and director of :
DAY CAMP WORKSHOP Little Theater Group; "The A&M University and is now

Pre-planning is an Integral Counselor Understand Child teacher of speech at Miami -POP'1 __ -- --....- .................- .....-- .. -..-'...- /
-- -P Northwestern High school.

will be Mr. Samuel Moncur, The Centervlllo Kindergarten held its first! May Day Festival on Friday, May 14.

who is now a senior in the Law Top honors went to little Leta Glen MiddUton who was crowned Miss Centtrvillo, and little
School at Florida A&M Univer-
James Washington was crowned Mr. Centervilla.
A < sity. Mr. Moncur will receive Little Vera Cooper war named Princess of the Year and Master Richard Farnell was

his law degree at the close of named Prince of the Year Little Henrietta Protker took third place and Bettye Flntley cone

the summer session.Dr. in fourth.

d l.."C'.11..d4u 1 Kenneth G. Sands, one A well planned May Day program was enjoyed by all. Thanks to all the parents who
of Miami's leading and out-
made the program a success.
\ standing dentists will represent Graduation exercises will bt held on Wednesday June 2, 8 p.m. at the Mt. Tabor

71J% his class after 30 years of Baptist Church. You are cordially welcome. Mrs. Clora Harris is president and D. Cooper Issecr.tary.

"_ yaried experiences. Dr. Sandsis .
a graduate of Florida A&M
University and Howard Uni-

versity. Students and Parents to See Bethtme FilmThe I

Climaxing the alumni day
will be the presentation of the Dade County Chap- memorial to Dr. Mary
Parents of the Year and the ter of the Bethune Cook- McLeod Bethune who
man College Alumni As- died 'ten years ago this
% Elliott J. Pieze Memorial sociation. Mrs. Aurora J,
month. It will be the 5th SKIN DISEASESA
Scholarship Award. Immediately Crawford, president and
o's' in the 1965 tenth annual
? .gr fri following the program all the Mary McLeod Be- memorial series to the
thune Memorial Committee outstanding leader who new approach to treatment *
will fellowship together at the
i of One Thousand Inc. founded numerous groupsof and medication
Bonded Collection Agency Earl Carroll executive general interest to based
social hall. All graduates and director will present the humanity at large. on
world famed and laboratory
/ d friends are asked to attend all
: Experience" motion picture ._ ttsts. Also general prac-
activities. Membership cards
at the Ebenezer tice.
.. of $1 may be secured from any Methodist Church. 1042 TAKE
NW 3rd Ave., FAMILY TO
mercber of the association. Sunday.
This card will admit you to This.
will be the United PL 71234take
the fellowship hour. Nations International

dren"Mr. James Fayson, Williams as he shared an inspirational
Counselor, Special Group message; Mrs.
Guidance Program, Browns- Frances Chambers brought

ville Junior Health greetings from the board and ', .., .,.,,, ......... ,...,...... _., .
High; and 'ea'0"" .u '
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Safety-Mrs. Elsaida Anders, assisted in program planning; -
R.N., Dade County Departmentof and Mr. Eugene Kemp, chairman ..
Public Health; Camp Crafts- of the camp sponsorshipfund \ ..'...
Miss Esther Lubin, student, discussed the needs for '.
University of Miami and Camp supplementary camp funds
Counselor, YM-YMHA of from businesses, individualsand
Greater Miami; Music and organizations.
Rhythmns-Mr. Frederick A. The camp staff is grateful
Morley, instructor and band to the consultants and board ,
director, Poinciana Park Elementary members and earnestly add
School. "thank you" for a magnificent
Board members of the JamesE. job.The
Scott Community Associa- James E. Scott Community -
tion participated actively in Association says
the workshop. The camp staff 'When you go day camping-go
welcomed Mr. George R. JESAC." Call PL 8-4791. I IHCocottif

Grove Project Plans


Checkers Tournament for .; a \

I Senior Citizens i

The Welfare Planning Council gin Saturday, June 5 at 10 a.m. e
announces an invitational The finals are to be played at
Straight Checkers Tournamentfor 3 p.m. Saturday, June 5. The 0e.
past and present'residents AmericanLegionAlfredoSpencePost
of Coconut Grove and Coral # 182 of Coconut Grove
Gables who ar'e between the has contributed the following
.t ages of 50 and 100.The tourna- prizes:
ment will be held at Elizabeth First prize-$10 and a trophy i..'
Verrick Park. Registration and ; second prize-$6.50 and a
drawning will begin at 9. trophy; third prize-43,50 and a
on the morning of June 3. The gold medal; fourth prize-$1.50
first round of play will beginat and a silver medal.
:2 pm. The second round of For further information,
play will begin Friday, June please contact Farley B.
4," at 10 a.m. The third round N easman, Sr., director of the
will begin Friday afternoon at Coconut Grove Project. Tel. .0 an extra carton of Coke!
1 p.m. The semi-finals will be FR 9-8419 or 445-4798. I.

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    THE MIAMI\ \ TIMES' Friday 28 1965 3
    .__ ._ : May ,

    r.....FQii-,,1., ', 'iiW*t,',c..!t.:".1ii;!' J P C ;! YMCA Planning 3 t'

    > r\ : )

    ,IrklPNuNk, : 'OppiIu&ty' F amity Summer Program & ,

    i '' ..1ft ,' t ,. : Lf.i.: t"".aitASi; ; a, te s'- i '
    t \.k : .dt, ;(,,fu.tr.t'r > : ii. \ : .. ,
    t : > :v" t <,' ....... : .k --v .... ." Y%
    :H'ti(JiIii"\'<'IIiiI 'i".3t""I 'J;m: *WiFl' Looking for a program for memb rs and $3.00 for nonmembers -"-
    \; .;.iJ. ;. tjt #' jJi4\P your youngster or yourself Registration blanks

    At an age when most men 1 A M when school is out? The Car- may be picked up at the branch A

    are starting to cue off the gas face."I'm proud to have a chance ver Branch YMCA may have Carver Culture Clinic A
    pedal, Arthur',;:King has takenone i to do something, in this program the answer to your problems.S. Saturday for
    of the busiest jobs in ." said King. "This has J. Ramsey, the new Execu- girls on a program fee basis, includes young
    town. King, who will be 48 always been a city of great ; tive secretary Is busy planning lessons in modern, tap and bal-
    tomorrow, is the new directorof potential for the Negro but a program tailored to let dancing, piano, baton twirling -
    the Economic Opportunity opportunities for work have not .met the needs of the entire and rhythmic exercisesfor .
    Center at 817 N.W. 2nd Avenue.kept pace. familt at the remodeled branch grace and poise. Information "
    That makes him a key figure "Now I think we're in the building at 5770 N.W. 15th on request. t,
    in the war on poverty in position to provide, the jobs, Bridge for beginners. Adult Ii! : ..... 1
    the central district. King was recreation and other 'opportuni- Ave.The former church has members on Wednesday evenings ,, : '. ,'i'?",
    a school janitor before taking ties to" get our community moving been converted into a spacious : <: > '.j
    the $5.850 job. auditorium that can be used Recreational and competitive
    'It doesn't matter what Since the center opened ...
    for meetings, weddings, receptions bridge Monday and HATTIE NOTTAGE
    three weeks and six
    kind of work a man did before, ago
    OSCAR J. EDWARDS RETIRE I[ teas, programs, card Saturday.
    other staff workers have
    as long as he's the right man Sports for the young; girls NAMED GRAND
    and the like. The
    for the job," said Bill Wynn. tracked down, hundreds of high FROM SCHOOL SYSTEM softball teams and leagues,
    who runs the Neighborhoodcenter school dropouts; and recruited basement room is being refurnished little league baseball, and DISTRICT DEPUTY

    programs in Miami's pedal, Arthur King has taken Oscar J. Edwards Sr. will as a small gymnasium league baseball (Carver Colts). Mrs. Hattie Nottage, Worthy
    retire from the soon to have helath
    Dade County some
    anti-poverty campaign.
    The Carver YMCA is com- Matron of Seminole Chanter
    energy for the job, The Husky School at the end of club and body building equip
    "King is the right man. He System mitted to sponsor your program. No. 17 Order of Eastern Stars,
    has the energy for the job, the fancy words used to describe this term after 34 years service.Mr. ment. Youty activities Including Join today. founder and first president of ,
    knowledge of the communityand them for the Job Corps and the Edwards' came to Miamiin daily recreation and week- the Matrons and Patrons Council (
    the respect of its people." Neighborhood Youth Corps. September 1931 and was em- end record hops is now locat- served seventeen years, I
    No one can doubt King's Some men who work with ployed as coach and teacher of ed in the breezeway adjacentto THANK YOUMy past chairman Arts and Crafts
    energy for the job, the know- King are dropouts themselves, physical education at Booker the game courts which are Department, O.ES., Grand
    six-footer wakes up promptlyat but King finished high school T. Washington Jr. Sr. High scheduled to be lighted for sincere heartfelt thanks Lecturer of Bethlehem Grand
    5:30 a.m. each morning with with honors and the offer of School. During his tenure in the'night time use. The south lob- and appreciation to Rev. Chapter has been named Grand
    out an alarm clock and jumps three college scholarships. He school system he has worked as by has been given over to,Cousin, Rev. Hicks and the Di a trite Deputy, State -at large
    into a cold shower. Before managed to save $10 of each coach, classroom teacher, dean youth activities and the north W. A. Chapman Board and my by Mrs. C. B. Nelson Daniels, "
    breakfast, he leaves his homeat paycheck. of boys and assistant princi many friends for their kindnessto Grand Worthy Matron.
    lobby furnished for adults.
    425 N.W. 20th Street to open When he had saved $500, pal for adminstration, club the me dunng my illness. Again i
    The larger rooms on
    the doors of a self-service King opened his own drugstore, He received the B.S. degree I say thank you, especially to
    laundry he purchased a few which he operated successfully from Indiana State University, second floor added to the two the w. A. Chapman Board. _
    Terre Haute Indiana and the adjacent to the breezeway rAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
    the ,
    years ago out of savings.By for 15 years before buying A devoted member
    makes it possible for to
    8 a.m. he is at the cen- laundry. For the last 10 years, M.A. degree from Indiana Uni- us CHURCH SUNDAY
    ter working his new job. His in addition to the laundry King veristy, Bloomington, Indiana.,host as mans seven activi- Marie Glynn j
    normal day is 18 hours long. was head custodian at J. W. He has also done graduatework ties at ant timeu
    King, who likes ham and Johnson Elementary School. at the University of Southern Special summer programs
    eggs, Forty and Bess and King is a baritone concert California and Florida are Isited for your attention.
    swears he's never missed a soloist off the job and devotesa A&M University. He is a member (1) Summer Day Camp-for NEEDED FOR MIAMI AREABANK
    home football game of'the Uni- lot of time to music. He has of Mt.Zion Baptist Church, boys and girls between the
    veristy of Miami, admits there been director of music for Mt. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, ages of 6 and 12. Beginning
    are blank spots in his educa- Zion Baptist Church for 25 the King of Clubs, and the Par Monday, June 14 and continu- TELLER TRAINEES CASHIER CHECKERS
    tion. He's never learned the years. "It takes my mind off and Birdie Golf Club. ing through Friday, July 30. MALE OR FEMALE I P.EOC. RECEPTIONIST
    fancy words used to describe the evils of the world," he ex- He is married to Mrs. Capacity 40 campers, on the A-l CAREERS I.B.M. KEY PUNCH
    welfare workers.But plains. Dorothy Wright Edwards, assistant first come, first served basis HIGH SCHOOL GRADS HIGH SCHOOL not req.
    ask King about the King is married and has principal for guidance Weekly fee for YMCA members Train now Pay later v No age limit
    downtown neighborhood and he two children. 'He has lived all at Miami Northwestern and is $5.50 and $6.00 for non mem- Free placement Good jobs
    can talk for hours about his of his life in the central dis- the father of Oscar Jr., who isa This
    bers. provides
    friends and the problems they trict. junior -psychology major at .'. .
    Morehouse College, Atlanta, tation to the camp-site in Opa- .1. -. .t CW 4Mi0|* %vwwwi
    Georgia. locka, activity, insurance and ranches Miami, Orl,",., T.mp., $t. '.t.

    Mr. Edwards, "coach" or milk. Swimming will be offered -
    "dean" 'as he is most called but the fee is extra for Cashier Training Institute !
    by his former students is completing campers living in the Opa- : SUITI
    504, 121 $J. llt Mv MIAMI '
    r'f tr 34 years of service in locks community, not r quirI I COM-WRITS-OR CALL 177.ete4
    the' Dade County Schools ing transportation is $2.50 for .: -


    monthly Union meeting
    of the Ushers Federation met

    noon at New Shiloh M.B.
    91r church Rev. A. M. Griffin, r-' '5 W S

    pastor.The program was very elab- !! BONDED'4AL

    orately planned by the Ushersof
    New Shiloh. Rev Robinsonof
    4Y Georgia deli vered the mess

    sage. We were wonderfully (4 RENTAL
    preached to and the Holy
    Ghost was truly present. The
    amount raised was $265.

    ""'- The .Union is held every AGENCY E .
    fourth Sunday afternoon in

    Sigma Gamma Rho's "Buds Lois Gibbs, Lavern Johnson, each month, alternating at jjjM .
    of Spring" and their peers- Ruby Western, Wanda Jones, each church that is a member.
    from the Allapattah Jr. High and those not shown Pauline Instead of the Presidents'
    School. Left to right JoAnn Jones, Betty Thomas Chris- Council we will have a monthly -
    Smith Carolyn Stanley, Bren- tine McClain, Robert Hall Pa- Ushers' Mass meeting wherein -
    da Rnzier. Josette Cooper, tricia Culpepper, Mickael Bray. sll the ushers are invited to AGENCY IN THE SOUTH; OPERATING IN
    John Culmer, Ruby Bryant, non and John Bailey. attend. We are asking our sis- HON L. L. BROOKS

    churches to come out and sit DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.
    w A1M in on some of the Mass and/ PRESIDENT

    or union meetings and see :}1rt ",' '1l GEORGE' Pf'HARTH/#GENERAL;: :MANAGER< .r r k 'tt'f "
    S, how carried out. I am -I '
    3 they are > ; ' .>' .
    /'f 5; ; -
    w Earl's happy to announce that on f:.,> ;,f. % *,rt";-Y' jft> '

    ORS 4R CrzsQ .bra our last meeting night we had : !.v :' MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN :;'>'- :-
    LoarR church to unite with us ,
    '< :"'; t '
    us. It was Kelly's Chapel AMEof 0r : ; 10,000 HOUSING UNITS \ "v

    which Rev. Lewis is the ,>; \ <:' }: t' ," .,.;,>". .

    Where old and now friends meet pastor.The Union is of great valueto ':!f,. >> .t !s! V>Bonded-also' :f '" has employment service at main office

    the churches involved All .; :::, :: 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
    > : <
    f \:>> v EARl EDWARIS,' PROP. .' <; '*M the finance that is raised remains :. ::1.;,''' t" .
    at the church where A fall time public relations deportment to assist you in solving' your problemsPlus
    PHBNE 75S-E422 4486 M.ff 7TH, AVE., the Union is held. There is a a fleet of. cars giving door to door service' for tenants convenienceOn

    i" banner which goes to the nights and Sundays for emergency service call PL 9-8733
    church that raises the highest

    amount of money. .::- MAIN OFFICE
    The next meeting will be
    tlttlsI held at New Mt. Moriah M.B. "v 4, 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-3733
    Church, 6700 N.W. 14th Ave.,
    BE A NURSE'S AIDETHE June 27. Vandalism.,:done. '' .by' a few IB xp.n.lve to oil PI";.. help us stop this .ceuoryeYlr.

    Deacon Edwin Ramsey, .. ', ., C.A;,Ldtkhoft: Public Relation. Director
    president Willie J. Beard, re-
    Rev. A. M. Griffin, pas

    TRAINING NURSES' AIDES 17325 Homestead Avt. 1163 N.W. 3rd Are FR 3-8416

    Perrine CE 5-3553 1675 N.W. 62nd St. OX 6-2467

    2380 W. FLAJGLER STREET Reiisfor To .1019 Hammandville Rd. 3801 Grand Ave. HI 5-1381
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    4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 28, 1965

    a Mayor Robert King High still has his mindon

    making another bid for the office of gov- 4 \ F OTwenty
    ernor of Florida. He has announced a state-

    wide political survey will ,be started n ext f
    determine his K&iptWRWLwi' ''i nil ran:"my?'-00"--
    month and the results will member of the Hayes W'pl aye'a classic

    :|,1.E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and P"I II...., decision. Performing Art Society of The "Fuge .,o. 4" by Bach. Both
    GARTH C. REEVES. Manaolntf Editor Mayor High would seek, re-election as Paul La Pierre School of Musical performances were superb,
    mayor in November.The Arts, celebrated its first Quest speaker, the Rev.
    M* b.r of the Notional N.w>p p.rs Publishers Association will be conducted by a pro- society debut in the field of Henry H. McDowell, pastor of
    survey in the Church of the
    in private concert Open Door,
    music, a
    SUBSCRIPTION RATES fessional political firm. Mayor High's running Louis-Philippe Room of delivered a brief appreciation
    ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3,00 FOREIGN $6.00 second to Gov. Burns in last year's electionwas the the Fountainbleau Hotel, address which was enjoyed

    Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at tha Post a surprise generally. He was late in en- Miami Beach.At and praised by all who heard
    Office at Miami Florida, und.r tU act of March 8, 1176 tering the race for the two-year term Gover- the microphone, Mrs. him."I'll
    Rose Tucker presided over a Walk With God" was
    Office at 6740 N,_, 15th Ar.">* Ph..,. OX 10421 nor Burns is now serving. variety program which featuredits sung by the chorus and included -

    "CREDO Of THE NEGRO PRESS" The 1966 race will probably have as star, the well-known Miss a recitation expertly
    Th. NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead many or more candidates for the office. Wilsonia Marie Brown.' Miss recited by Miss Annie Lowrie
    the world ;from racial and national antagonism when ,It accords There will also be a much larger voters Brown has been a pupil in which closed the program.
    to regardless of cr..d his the school for a number of Members of the chorus
    every man roc., or cplor list This should make the election even more
    htfMon and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no ..n-t'". years and has earned recognition were at their best. Namely,
    Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that interesting. in many local musicaland Mrs. Veulah Johnson, Miss
    alt men are hurt as long as enyooe Is h.ld bock. social circles. In' her Wilsona Brown, Mrs. Louise
    Boundary changes recommended by honor a poem, "Tribute to a McMurray, Miss Annie Lowrie,
    Supervisor Clude Brown would give Dade Student" was recited and presented Miss Joy Matthews,Miss Bren-
    to her during the pro- da White, Mrs. Gloria Brewer,
    A TRUCEThe County 132 election precincts and 88 new pol-
    Mrs. Donna Dykes, Mrs. Bren-
    Dominican War, if that is the cor- ling places. At present we have 235 precinctsThe gram.Miss Brown and co-star, da Beneby, Miss Betty Sue

    rect term for the fighting that has been goingon new 'plans call for 326. Mr. Davis Boone were splen- Anderson, Miss Sonia Bethel,
    seems to be coming to an end. At least a Dade County's registration roll now totals did in their renditions of selections Mrs. Flora Woodard, Mr. David
    with from such well-known Boone, and Mrs. Ann Lindsay
    truce has been agreed to and the Inter- 468,210. Hialeah has the largest precinct "Show- Packard.
    Broadway shows as
    American peacekeeping force is to remain in over 4,000 electors. boat", "My Fiar Lady", and The hostess was Mrs. Elizabeth *
    the Domincan Republic for an indefinite participated in songs from Telley. Receptionistswere
    period. President Johnson has been criticized GRANDPARENTS' DAY "Carousel." Miss Blanc' Calloway,

    much for sending United States troops into Last Sunday was Grandparents Day, The poems "Tribute To AStudent" Mrs. Ruth Bethel, Mrs. Mary
    "A Wonderful Anderson, and Mrs. Ann Lind-
    the Dominican Republic, but there seems to beno sponsored by the Golden Age Club of the School" were composed by The school and society are

    doubt that the part played by these troops, James E. Scott Community Association, an Mrs. Veulah L. Johnson, who grateful for 'the flowers and
    even though unwelcomed by the rebels, have agency of the United Fund Meeting in the also recited them. Both selections gifts that were presented to
    proved to be beneficial in 'protecting the lives Scott Hjomes auditorium an interessing pro were exquisite! the debutante.At .

    $f many as well as in administering to the gram was given. Quest pianists were Mrs. present, applicationsfor
    Mrs. Martin Drexel) who playedthe enrollment in the school
    needs of others.
    The Senator
    speaker was
    beautiful "Waltz of the accepted only, if a
    Let us hope permanent peace will come Harry P, Cain, introduced by Farth Reeves, Flowers" from the Nut- person who is now a memberof
    to the Dominican Republic and certainly to president of the JES Association. The speakerwas cracker Suite", written by the school group will be

    Viet Nam where so many lives are being lost. liberal in his praise of the work of this Tschaikowsky and Mr. Eugene their sponsor.

    association over a 40-year period and espec-

    SAD BUT TRUEIn ially the contribution made to the communityby

    New York Robert S. Collier, 28, said to Miss Olive Alexander, executive director, Miami CORE to Present
    whom he spoke of as a tireless leader.
    be leader of two other Negroes, has been
    charged with conspiring to blow up the Statueof Others on the program were BishopelectA.
    N. Derrick, Miss Gracita Prather, Mrs. Cavalcade of StarsMiami
    Liberty, the Washington Monument and the
    Mamie Gill Miss M. Thomas Mrs. Selma
    Bell. Detective E. ,
    Liberty Raymond A. Wood, an
    Ponder, the Goldenaires Mrs.. Ponder was
    undercover New York
    City policeman, reported entertainment
    director. CORE will present by
    that Collier outlined the rebellion plan to program Cavalcade of Starson committee chairman Ted
    him on December 16, a day after the extre- Recognition was given the oldest grand- Wednesday June 2 at MIckens.
    mist claimed to have talked at the UN with mother, Mrs. Eleanor Nabbie, 89 with 25 Sir John Knight Beat. Receipts from the show
    grandchildren, Mrs. Alice Taylor 64, with 52 Music will be bv the will sro to Louisiana to aid
    Ernesto Guevara No 2 in the Communist
    man grandchildren and the oldest grandfather, fabulous Frank Dubois In the summer voter reg-

    Cuba.The H. E. S. Reeves, 82, with nine grandchildrenand and the Chicken Scratoh- Istraton project. Youcan
    White House and the Capitol were ers. featuring such stars help a worthy cause
    to be destroyed by air. .o Vl Mrs. Violet Wilson, 44, the youngest as Little Eddie Taylor. and havp an exciting evenIng -
    grandmother present with two grandchildren. Sam and Dave. The\ Mar- at the same time.
    Too bad such a plot was contemplatedbut veils nohhie) Marshall and Donation, advance $175
    fortunately it was brought to light and a host of others. Show door $2.00.

    the perpetrators, known as the Black Front,

    will, in all probability receive the treatment

    they deserve.

    Phil Ossoftr

    From Gilbert Porter, executive secretaryof WOOLWORTH'SiuLiii
    Man, it seems, has a dual
    the Florida State Teachers Association,
    nature: a high spiritual nature,
    comes the statement that there is a good pos- and a lower physical nature.

    sibility that continued school integration in If a man's spiritual nature dominates

    Florida may result in the dismissal of man y his physical or human
    Negro teachers. nature, he becomes a saint. FURNITURE

    "Wherever integration has taken place," On the other hand, if he rejects :

    Porter said, "there has been a tremendous reluctance the things of God and
    to take Negro teachers It looks like allows his evil passions to
    him he becomes like
    this is going to be the pattern in Florida.In unto conquer an animal.We THROWS

    Holmes County, officials plan to trans- read daily of the violence
    ' fer 135 Negro children to previously all-white indulged in by such as

    schools next year and 10 Negro teachers, some these who have forgotten God w x'L

    have continuing contracts, will not be employed. (and their own true selves), tr 60"x72" t.9872"x90"
    Some of these teachers have worked for 10 and have become children of
    darkness. "For that
    or 20 Porter said "I believe this is everyone 2.98
    years. dis
    doeth evil hateth the light, .
    crimination. lest his deeds should be re- ; Tir :
    Supt. Thomas Bailey said he had orderedan proved. (John 3:20.) t 72"x108" 3.98
    informal inquiry into the matter. .

    a The superintendent said it was his under- Saints are men who have ,.. p )' Knitted heavy duty cotton
    standing that teachers freed themselves from the ,
    be dismissed have ; throw
    Use furniture
    world of matter and have over- covers. on
    to the National
    pass Teachers Exami-
    come sin. They live in the toble tops, in autos. Wide color
    nation. Suipt. Bailey said, as far as he knows, world but are not of it, their \4U range of provincial florals and
    there's no evidence of any attempt to bring thoughts being continually in '
    about mass dismissals.We the world of the spirit. They :E t tweeds with matching fringes.

    look forward with interest to the results follow Paul's sage advice:
    .' of the inquiry asked for by Supt. Bailey. "Set your affection on things
    above, not on things of the
    earth." (Col. 3:2). Textured cotton.rayon blend
    100 TAXES
    Dade Countians will be paying taxes at The apostles of Jesus CUSTOM FITTED LOOK
    the rate of full value of their property, that were like other earthboundmen

    was the ruling of the Circuit Court last year ; worldly and ignorant of >
    when assessments were doubled. the divine perfections. But 299 599
    when they followed Him and
    The Florida Supreme Court wants equal
    believed in Him, their Ignorance
    taxes all over the state. Some counties in the gave place to under- COLORS:
    less than half that's paid by Dade. Down Turq.
    state pay standing and their darkness Grain M lone
    Naturally Dade, the largest county, will pay changed into light. Prom 'riiivti: vii' ROil Gold
    the lion's share but when it comes to dividingthe being children of darkness, r i
    "spoils," Dade sometimes gets the cub's they became sons of God; l1tutfttofittingtL
    God sent His prophets into
    the world to teach and enlighten -
    POLITICALGovernor man, to explain the USE OUR FREE LAY AWAY
    Haydon Burns has appointed power of the Holy Spirit, that
    Attorney Edward S Klein as a Criminal Court man might chose for himself Available in Miami, Miami Beach, Coral Gable,

    Judge for Dade County. His appointment gave through his God-given freewill Perrine, Homestead, Hollywood and West Hollywood
    the upward road of eternal -
    The w
    Dade its fourth county judge. appointee light instead of the downward -
    will have to run for the office in the 1966 road of endless dark- YOUR MONIY1 WORTH MORI AT WOOLYlORTH'5

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    THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May,28, 1965 5
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    i' 't 'NG 7 taattlawr Parisian> 'iioo.

    FiATTERl S IV" AT1" THSi1TH! AVE./ ,.. I (. I

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    The Gays (Samuel and Eleanor) are the + .1. A D / ':
    proud .kii Root ". Hfi
    parents of twins, John Michael and Joni .I7f L ;
    \ ..... '.., ,
    Michelle JL 4u i#
    were born May 12. Mother _
    and twinsare .......
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    doing. ;fin(} at home. -
    It seems as though the shifts are here to i IV'
    Among the twenty women of the 20th stay. They only have a new name now, l 6Yc ;
    century named this week to the Women's Hall "smocks." Shifts, smocks, skimmers or .tJ'i'.

    of Fame at the World's Fair. was Marian Anderson whatever you may call them, will always have .
    charm because they change their purpose quite
    willingly. They may start the day at break-

    .Perhaps you felt as we, did about the Lis- fast,. end up as a beach cover-up in betweengo

    ton-Clay fight the sooner over the better. to the super market, or out on the patio, t
    The least said, the best so enough. into the garden. Some are tailored enough for
    the office and fancy enough for that special

    Floral Heights Elementary honored returning date.
    teacher Hazel Carey Saunders on Every woman would love to own not just
    Tuesday. one, but three or more. Your favorite store
    will show you a complete fabric and color '
    ALT "t '
    Esther and Milton Felton of Opa-locka wardrombe of smcks or skimmers at remark- ;
    are off to Atlanta to attend the graduation ex- able prices. :IMVITES. CASSIUS CLAY"AND'ALL OF HIS FANS TO

    ercises of their son, Theodis Felon at More- ',a' ';a:, DANCE AND RELAX".AT. THE.
    : .
    house. Serve an array of miniature sea foods for .' I" _
    card 1/ PARIAH ao-90 sou. j
    your upcoming party or your club mem-
    Congratulations are in order for Leo Ad- bers who are coming in for an evening of fun. UsdeH.wMoo.want
    derly who successfully passed the bar exam Buy several boxes of frozen crab balls, fish Prices Redoied-L: .vrAdniisslon I
    this week. sticks, scallops and shrimp. Heat in oven. Ar- Music ty'Arnold:AHwry 'end the
    range sea food on a large tray with fancy '1otWcl x Dr lrRtra"Tbt

    Nellie Moore was a gracious hostess to tooth picks in each, and potato chips in the Nicest RO t.Town": ,

    the Cwest Club on Tuesday evening. center. Make a tartar sauce (mayonnaise and MondaYiNi.Ilt A Z2; Ciiittfta1n rs Night .:I

    relish mixed together) and a hot sause made Tuesday Nl0ht;; };.* Pete, Retha F...Ir;:
    Twins Veronica and Venita Thompsonare with catchup and hot sauce. Use your own ".'1?t,,I>1'* fr t->'.Stttftttcs, EddiftSJ KinkS.

    in Ft. Meyers for the Memorial Day week discretion on the amount to use. This along .tt"l:,<;",,1'2\,,. :: 7+ond34 Queens ;;, I
    end. with your favorite beverage will be sure to Wednesday > HlftriU7\ ;}abby Marshall l '1 \

    please. Jt,>r \\V-VTa'lent; Night. t'Thursdof

    Not June as yet but wedding bells have >; HJ htFish,; Ray _t1'';;;'Jh.
    started -to ring Congratulations and best Save draperies that are no longer used, /; >, : .."t Calvpso Nlflfe '{;;\',' >.
    '.. %
    wishes to Octeon Cuberbatch and John Tellisas to cover hangers, make shoe bags, or covers l; > .a t.t\W'\ : : : !

    well as to Alfred Gibson and Evelyn Davis. for cushions. You can put them to a lot of gooduse Fridalr;\ Saturday,|:sundaY Kinp'J : jia i
    around the house so, don't throw them '' ,. 'Root
    ,\{ ,, :M..r ft".,
    "Miss Bea" Rahming Robinson, who has away. ) : '',',' th*<'J': ",-
    f: \.1., ,;''.V'itl" "',/-: u.1fl".. \Crowd.. ,:' >'
    \ p : '
    worked in lunch rooms and PTA's all over the
    SuldayV'ofternaon( Jazz JarrySossien J 59.- !
    honored the Dade County ;;
    county, was .,lJ "
    Lunch Room Association upon her retirement. MR. ROBERTS VISITING houseguest of his sister Mrs. ..w.t.l"J'.Lnr, : rrrr, \.iLIM'wr....,..', .r+ e'r ...I."" .,.:'.,1.:>, rr'wi ..,.....:.Harr" J

    Irene R. Strau hter. Another Dig yourJazz: ,l Rhythm & Blues; :'and Popular:
    Sincere sympathy to the family of the
    sister in Miami is Mrs. B. R.
    fMufci fnuss;
    late Victoria Rogers. Cornell. Doa BERT Vf ALL ACE:on:ORGAN -

    Washington Mr. Erskine, D.C.A. is Roberts a plea-of Me.Roberts,a retired govern 1 /pAVE' 'XKINS on DRUMVa;;: J;: ?Mt 1ii's

    Albertha Ferguson, formerly of Miami, and visitor in ment worker has a record of '11 sensation MISS
    sant interesting over fifty years of continued .own nl| n g r' BERTIE
    but now making her home. in Boston- is in the Magic City. service as a clerk in the office "MA CELL.I WALLACE\ \io;th. Doublet
    He Is a native Flpridian anda
    town 'visiting her family. t. Bute'u"of Interiorin
    of the
    son of the late Mr. and Mrs. ;;0eck, Lounge nltely. Wowl' wKaJlacombination. i \-winging"
    Washington, D.C.
    James D. Roberts, Sr., who ,.i>f" '' > '. z (}f }
    Lugusta Colston has returned to the city were pioneer and well known He is a member of St. Luke .y "i AiiJ. :.(,.. '.:'""'0t;,;1r ,. .
    after a quick trip to Texas where she witnessed citizens of Key West. Episcopal Church of Washington :' +ilwNi ,-. .- 'wie1' "sIMMMr. \ V-
    ., ,
    and is well and favorably '1'' J "! 1: '.,,"
    Mr. Roberts is recoveringfrom 't* f"A "
    the graduation of her niece, Barbara
    known in religious, civic, and
    Brashear. the effects of a mild social circles through the 721' NW 79 S1-6123:: t
    stroke suffered a few months "' ,.. : "" ,.
    District of Coluxthla.I 1 1> .5 >
    While here, he is the Ji
    Among graduating seniors honored at :::,fo."J" 10, p.lI. to 5 a..t.Ri x r (} .,. Mla.l, Fla.1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIII1II .
    Miami Jackson's award ceremonies on Wed- tIIIIIIIII1nMIlfI..IIIIIIIUIi

    nesday were Roland Griffin with a trophy for .
    his work in human relations. Elmore Philpotas

    the outstanding senior debator, Clarence
    Barr received a gold tassel for scholarship I Grand Opening

    achievement and Espie Hiranant a silver tas-
    sel. We salute you.Celebrating .'
    Saturday, May 29

    birthdays during the first

    week of June will be Keith Meares, Edna

    Mingo, Lessie Brickel, Verneka Dames and
    Bernice A.. Sawyer. Happy birthday to each of

    you. fIJI j 1)',

    I Which
    Charlotte Ford Clark will receive an hon- 11N was

    orary doctorate degree from Bethune-C'ook- I
    man College this week. Quite an honor, Mrs. MARTEEN LEVARIT\ I RUDY t.EVARITY 18th century England's

    Clark, and Miami is proud of you. ., "" .\ t ,
    ... .' favourite
    t pastime
    The Dade County Home Economics Edu-

    cation classes ''presented a program on Tues-
    day afternoon at Northwestern High featur- Gordon's ?
    Rugby or
    ing fashions, a skit and an informative talk on The Record King"IF
    job opportunity in clothing and textiles.

    Maude Reid was cordinator of the affair with
    IT'S NEW WE HAVE IT FIRST" Sporting Englishmen first played Rugby
    the entire adult education faculty planningand Which Gordon'shad
    around 1870.
    \ "
    the ; ;
    program. ;:'j ;!
    the field itself for
    to over a century.
    Small kindnesses, small courtesies, small Corne by and see BOB "Make 'Em Happy" Since 1769, to be precise. U.I

    considerations habitually practiced in o u r born 2 to 7 .m. R.Ires men's and glfu. TheyearMr. Gordon made
    social intercourse, give a greater charm to the his silky-smooth, icy
    character than the display of great talents and ,. dry discovery. The gin
    "'7 <{ ; .
    that's still -
    England's -
    M. A.
    accomplishments. Kelty ::W: specialize in the. latest 45 rpa and 331/3 L.P biggest seller. Not to _-V _

    .re cord, pops, Joxz'and Spirituals. 45 rpre't 39<. mention America. And !
    : :" : '
    Engagement all the rest of the funGORDOM'S
    CENTERVILLA loving world. Next

    Announced K1KDERGARTEN Need a Battery? Needle? Spindle? or a new Radio? time you're in a sport-
    BLACKNELL EWELL Wt have it at the Record King, 1752 N.W. 62nd Street. ing mood,try Gordon's. best LLEo p
    You may register now. Every bit as exhilarating GIN
    touches. and pick-up. set .
    Rev. and Mrs. J Ben'V i information! calla||.. as Rugby. But not
    Jamln Blacknell announce ; vice. For If you are 'looking for a new 1965 Color TV, come.by so exhausting. i ;jo7IleT
    the engagement of their < 691-7796, 696-3802 ordaughter.
    see ,
    Jerellne Brea- ; A31.58A7 o< at:
    cya to Russell C. B. Ew- ; ;
    !ng. son of Mrs. Richard ; 5932 M.W. ITTH AVENUE
    Ewing Jr. of Nashville. ; 1 MRSRUTH coPELAND N.W. 621d Ste
    Tenn. and the late Rev. t 1752
    Richard Ewing. A July
    wedding I Is planned. Pit 1 /r1.I&.1OO'411UTtAI.SMRIT101ITIUiD flOIl GRAil MKOOF MoariB,Cli Co.lTI.tNeN..u ,

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    QUICK NOTE DEPT: The Big Pepple at TRANSFIGURATIONThe Duncan. Suttragan Bishop .
    Coca Cola Company are, planning a giant step of Florida.the Diocese wIll officiate.of South

    a forward in the near future ........ Mrs. Anna Episcopal Church- ,
    women Is sponsoring a
    Hazel Wright, is indisposed at home. Stop by Nght of Games at the Next Sunday at. the
    to see Mother Edwards and wish her, along horn of the Edwin Rogers 10:45: a.m. Solemn Mass

    with us, a speedy recovery.,,.?. Mrs. Agnes 2571 NW 152nd Terr. and Sermon the North
    Dade Junior-Senior High
    Ball, wife of Bishop W. F. Ball, was in an auto Come yourself.out The and public enjoy Is School Graduates and fac-
    accident last week.. She is in Jackson and re. invited. Mrs. James K. C. ulty will be our special

    cuperating nicely,...... ,Elwood L J. Banks, Smith,' president. Don't guests, also there will lie
    Amateur Golfers forget the place time: 8 the Spring United Thank
    of the Jacksonville
    I LJ )l BY DAVE 80HDU I president p.m. Friday May 28, Offerlne Ingathering of
    Guild* wrote to say that heand 16 members of tonight! thA Episcopal Church-
    his club will spend the weekend of June 11 at On Sunday, the first women.
    Tuesday I took a trip to the Metropolitan the Barcelonia Hotel. They will play NormadyIsle Sunday after Ascension. Boat Ride date: Friday
    Justice Building to pay a parking ticket Course on June 12, and Bayshore on the May 30 at 9 a.m. there June 25. Get your ticket
    which is beside will be the Sacrament of now from any church
    the point ...... but that
    was my 13th. This fine club comes down each year Holy confirmation and member. To all of our
    reason for being in our beautiful, new county and brings their families and friends, and Solemn Mass and Sermon service and activities we
    building. After that description, I would like challenge members of the Par and Birdie Club The Rt. Rev. James L. cordially Invite the public..

    for our community leaders to take note. I mean Edwards, mother of Annette McNeal and _.._--- -nanxln l .
    aaaunanRegister --
    the -- -
    community leaders who have raised their members at the game ........ Bert Cooper was
    voices in the past to help make Miami a bet- telling me that a Interracial Ministers groupis

    ter place to live, and they and. you know who having a golf tournament this week with

    they are. Now I ask, what is being done ... Rev. J. B. Blacknell as the lone Negro mem- Now!

    really..... to help Negroes secure jobs in ber. What I was wondering is, suppose one of

    places like the Traffic Fines Dept., Tag the august Reverends should miss a sure putt,

    Agency, Voter's Registration Office, etc? I would angrily say, "Lord, have mercy" or ...... utnnlalat. __. tit... I-
    could not find one single Negro working in Our son, Bill, is recuperating nicely in
    either of these offices or in Homestead Ex- Jackson from a minor operation. And Fredye

    emption office upstairs ,.,. and you know I Clarke Sr. should be out of Cedars of Lebanonby ;

    looked.Do Monday or Tuesday after being admittedon Shop at Your FriendlyJOE'S
    realize how much is collected
    you money Friday. Oh yes, about that championshipfight
    each year from fines, tags, etc., that between Clay and Liston: Ha, ha, ha I
    come from Negroes as well as whites? Lookat MARKETTHE

    your tax report, any year, and find out. That's all folks. Till next week, Live Life

    There is, however, a Cuban lady cashier, who every golden minute of itt! BEST IN GROCERIES, MEATS AND
    speaks harshly _to people, white and. colored,
    in the Traffic Fines Dept. Do you mean to tell Talent Unlimited Dr. Chas. Williams SUNDRIESWE
    me that she is more qualified than any Negro, The entire audience was FEATURE
    among all of the Negroes in Miami? When we Program a greatly Inspired, by the
    take tests for these positions, we are not only words of Mrs. Williams.
    She told the youths: WISE POTATO CHIPSIN
    qualified by our ability, but by our attitude Success Whenever she was need-

    toward the public with whom we have to come Members and friends of ed, she went; whatevershe
    into contact. Now, I ask you, WHY? Of the Red Circle of Temple had, she shared with POPULAR SIZES

    Course there are many other county offices Baptist overwhelmed Church with were others learned; when whatever she went she ___ __ _L__
    Joy on
    that do not hire Negroes.I May 16 as they presentedtheir off to school when she
    know a case where a Negro lady took 4th annual Talent came back she taught It
    and passed all tests for a certain job, and was Unlimited program which to others.
    proved to be the, most She climaxed her visit HousftHI!
    refused the job because she had credit diffi- successful event of the with a most beautiful rendition -
    culties.. How on earth can a person white or year for this group. of "The Lord's Is
    black, have good credit if they cannot get a "Our Portraits of a my J.'"hi," acccmpanying 2020 N.W. 86111 STREET

    decent job? If they try to live like human be- Lady and of a Man" were herself Among on the the piano. $200 DOWN ONE MORTGAGE $53 MONTH

    ings, with the cost of living what it is, they Williams In persons and of her Mrs.husband Leila guests were: Junior many NO CLOSING COSTS
    must buy on time. There is no way they can choirs from New Bethel
    pay cash for home, furniture, clothes and foodon Baptist Church. Liberty Cut 2 bedroom Komt. CBS. Big Lot.
    the salaries that are being paid .... when FRONTIERS TO HAVE City; St. Mary's W. M
    Church. Mt. Olivette
    they can find a job .... never a POSITION! PARTY MAY 30 tlst Church. Mrs. R Jack- FORD REALTYINC. Broker
    Last year I took a test for. security officer son served as M. C. Sha-
    and passed all of the tests except one. It Frontiers The Miami of Chapter America of the are ron Demeritte Is president 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635.4595oooooooooooooooooo

    seems I ran one second short of the required inviting their friends to a

    time, and flunked out .... on a job inside a Memorial Day Barbecue Partyon
    jail as a guard. Can you see the guard run- Saturday night, May 30 it
    ning up and down the hallway? Mr. Luther the home of the Ted Plessy's

    Brooks once said, "If I must live better, others 3166 N.W. 53rd St.will be
    The evening spentin '
    must live better too." I say, if we must live card playing, pokeno and TIL5P.M.
    better, we must be given the opporunity to other games. Refreshmentswill
    get better jobs, so that we can live better. "In be on sale.

    your heart, you know we're right."


    Lawson (LPN Jackson Hospital). The Adult Choir of Grace ,
    PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Robert Presbyterian Church most cor ,'1' ; 1'\-'L1N" CO" LN'-: ,
    dially invites you anf your / ." : ; '>t'
    Seldon.DISC friends to a "SpringaRamaLawn .: , "
    JOCKEY OF THE WEEK : Delmar I '" ,' '"'
    Musical on Sunday May
    Stirrup (WMBM). .
    30, from 4 to 6 p.m. on the '
    POLICEMAN OF THE WEEK: "Big church, corner of N.W. 69th r. BANK * "
    Nick. Street and 14th Avenue.

    Co-sponsors are St. Barnabas ,I ',, ..H.:.J
    I had a talk with "Big M" at the Sir John Choir Liberty Juveniles, i". OF MIAMII. ,'>,<' ">('
    and she informs that if organi- Atlas Lodge. Music,drama and
    Hotel, me any :
    zation would care to use the Knight Beat be- solos will feature the evenings I.! ,'Full'Service Banking for AU the,People" :,;; '

    entertainment and a ', .
    tween now and June 17, except on Tuesdayand I < -'lJ
    tribute to Memorial :
    special : <
    FR < 6013 NW. Avenue : >, : : '
    Thursday nights, you may call her at Day. Door prizes and recog- ; .
    3-3381. Incidentally, Dave Probinsky is in nition for the best table. .>: Phone-7694431In : I IL'
    Get well cards would be in will complete the "
    Baptist Hospital. arrangement j ; :B
    order. evening's activities. ", .fa Edison Financial Center ", ,i
    _. !
    Dave Akins, one of the na <
    tion's leading percussionists, was k./L" .. ':L; '
    ,. :;: :
    born in Miami and raised in De '
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    troit. He was first introduced to TRANSFER BUSINESSNick {K <: : -"";; Now Providing, .. ,',: > .:

    music by an uncle who was an arranger Ferguson, presidentof ; ,:>:(<:New!Extended Banking Hours' :,:<, i
    and writer for a Warner the Liberty City'Committee ,
    j ', : >
    :: ,
    Bros studio group in Hollywood.After for Voting Rights, has gone ;: r ; <
    finishing high school, into the light hauling business. "Moriday''ruesday: ..Wednesday;*Thursday :
    Office phones are 633.9369and
    Akins went ,on to Wayne Universityin 6919518. v" .." ;" s'' ';;9:30 am to,2:00 pm >,''-'" :'" !
    Detroit where he subsequently Ferguson and his club > : ;;
    members are now putting their ; 1, :,.' / ; I ;, nt 'I
    in music and eventuallymastered > ,
    majored ,
    < ,
    :.. .,
    __ the War ,t< { 't" ''' < '
    toward making "
    f-L i. efforts WJ ;tt ."
    which / ./< Iv ;(, -f' < .:.
    --- 13 instruments included : ''f'J. '!',-tl'J;; ,tif. '? ', > <
    on Poverty an effective one In 'if1i* ,/;;;:<,' ;.{/, :',
    trombone piano, organ, bass, the en- ; ,
    Liberty City. 'II'l' /' $ ; Fridays <;1f'} "
    tire reed family and of course drums. Whileat { ; "
    ;': C: j/i' : 9:30 am to : i
    Wayne, Dave was solo trombonist with the I A r university orchestra.In FOR SALE '; ,,;, /:' 5v: *': and I
    1956, Oklns left school to return to I 3QO.pmi to 8:00 pm
    Miami where he formed. his own group with 524 N.W. 44TH STREET I "

    himself on trombone. One night, when his 2 bedrooms" large Flo I
    failed to show, Dave took over and has stayedat rooM, fenced backyard, /I. WALK-UP; WINDOW OPEN

    the drums ever since. garage, awnings, 'new
    Dave goes to Spain next month with his roof. Flexible financing. i Monday thru Friday

    trio for three months, then to South Africa. His To (aspect calls
    new album will be on the market soon. It is 2:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. !
    called, "The New Sounds of Dave Akins."
    At present, Dave and Organist Bert Wal- Rtg. Real Estate Broker Saturdays

    lace are doing a duet at the Double Decker on NE 5-7961 '
    79th St. 9:00 am to Noonu



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    THE. .- .n.MIAMI_ TIMES. Friday.. May 28. 1965

    ... ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooocGlobal MT. OLIVETTE WOMEN 'trj

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    l Portraits' salutes a great woman Mrs.
    Pearl W.Gore, known as the first lady of Florida A&M Ur1lversity r +
    Tallahassee,Florida.Mrs. Gore, the wife of FAMU'sDr.
    George W. Gore, Jr. is nationally known for her devotionto s
    worthwhile causes and for the contributions of her time s ( unra tit 1'1' sF
    and services to a variety volunteer agenices. In Nashville, a
    Term., she was presented a citation and a silver serveic by .f
    the Mount Olive Baptist Church for meritorious service as a y. Wigs by Mr. Bond are made of a special blend of select hairs. :
    Junior Galeda Class and Presi-
    teacher of the Sunday School
    T refine In texture each month that --
    dent of the Baptist Training Union. At St. Augustine, Fla.,in These hairs will actually you
    the nation's oldest city, she received the Sarah R. Blocker : proudly wear your Wig. Thus we can offer this remarkable --
    Meritorious Service Award for civic work from Florida Memorial ,-
    College.In .
    Tallahassee the FAMIT YMCA honored her with the ,.. .. : "YOU MUST SEE THAT YOUR WIG IS EVEN MORE BEAUTIFUL :
    the YMCA Adult Citizenship Award as the Adult Christianof ..,. I

    Our Honoree Mrs. Gore, is best known in Tallahasseefor : AN ADDITIONAL WIG FREE WITH NO QUESTIONS ASKED."
    her services to Florida A&M Hospital where she has LULA SMITH :

    served as a Gray Lady almost since Dr. Gore assumed the I s
    presidency of the university in 1950. This is surely a cre- a- HI
    dit to such a busy woman who knows what it means to do ,
    'La Cherrio work among shutins. Annually during National
    Hospital Week she is cited for her most unique service to I'
    the FAMU Hospital-the conducting of a weekly meditationhour : Your first sizing, styling, shaping and setting, plus a complete :

    for ambulatory patients in a room which has been converted beauty consultation and analysis with special attention ,

    into an attractive little chapel. Her work has beenso : to wig care.
    effective that a former administrator had a public address .
    system installed making it possible for Mrs. Gore's Tues- And for one year thereafter, an allowance of $4.00 toward the ..

    day evening's devotions to be heard all over the hospital. : regular $8.00 price for the DeLuxe cleaning and com bout t .
    Beloved as the campus "mother of Kappa Alpha Psi
    Fraternity", Mrs. Gore also holds the rank of Honorary r of your wig.
    Colonel in the US Army an honor bestowed upon her by the -
    Florida A&M ROTC Cadets in 1958. Over the years she has x.
    endeared herself to scores of campus children and youth as
    founder and sponsor of the Jolly-Kids and Jolly-Teens Clubs. "
    cY t L+ r Cv rv cvcvh +
    Among the many organizations which are indeed proud av c
    Ito have her as a member is her sorority-Alpha Kappa Alpha. L---

    With limited space we are just happy to say you have just __ T .. .
    read about a great woman who exemplifies the kind of imageof r r
    human dignity in which we believeas we'welcomeher MRS. ALICE PHILLIPS
    into our Global Portraits Hall of Fame. McGhaneyI TEMPLE BAPTISTThe tend the Ministers and
    Deacons' Union which Is
    often wonder why we observance of the In session at New Bethel
    as a people do not talk 35th anniversary of the Liberty City, this weekend -
    ', + j )! what we know. We most church and pastor term- Brother Chas. Young
    of the time talk what we nlnated Sunday night. will he ordained to the
    c. think. Let's try to talk The Temple family wishesto diaconate at the Unionat
    s less until we know something thank the Rev J. A. 11 a.m. and graduating -
    good to talk about I'oitiei and memr/eis of students of the
    Someone has said that the Splritiu'l'st' Science church will attend this
    we who try to do something Church; he Hsv .1. L. service.
    , i good: are using God
    p, .Jonsol1: and St. James
    p, for a front Mrs Brown Baptist Church, the
    as+ of 1777 Alibaba Ave., apt llev.. if. V. Stuart and St. MT. PLEASANT
    3, said He Is a verv good Mary's \V SI. Church and
    front to USP and if more all the friends for their Rev. F. L. Smith, pastor
    sE of us would use; God as coopctation Thanks also Mrs. A. D. Smith,
    our front we would be go to the refreshment reporter
    led In the right path. committee for a job well Services were Inspiring

    a Tf yOU won't help please done and well attended thru-
    don't try to hinder. Anyone In Jhe contest betweenthe out the day. A wonderful
    .*. takes a" better picture .Mt. Olivette Talnlng message was delivered by ",
    MRS. SELMA WARD with a mouth shut, than Union and that of Temple the pastor. We were
    with their mouth open. Sunday afternoon, Miss spiritually fed.

    Mrs. Lula Smith chairman; Miss Gilda Knowles of Claudia Hepburn of The pastor Is asking all
    Mrs. Alice, Phillips and Mrs. 16431 NW 17th Court, a Temple was the winner. of the members and
    Selma Ward, co-chairmen for graduate of North Dade The young people pre- friends to please come
    the very successful 15th an- Jr.-Sr. High and also a sented an interesting: program and worship with us on
    nual Woman's Day at the Mt. wonderful person to talk with Deacon Chas. the fifth Sunday mornIng -
    to said, "Mr. McGhaney E. Gibson of Olivette as make
    Olivette Baptist Church, the to help us our
    Rev. I. C. Mickins: pastor on I think that it is betterto M. C. calendar rally a success.
    May 16. They are being con- obey than to sacrifice Services for Sundaywill Miss Walker from
    and to harken than much
    gratulated for having led the he as usual for those Montgomery worshippedwith
    fine gold: and sweeter
    women in raising 5000. who are not able to at- us last Sunday.
    than honey and the hon-
    eycomb. I think those are
    wonderful words for
    e + f ti ru MT. CALVARY M. B. one to say.Thought any-

    1612 NW 5th Court 1
    Rev. S. Atchison, pastor for the week:
    Let's meet all things with 9 1
    Constance Carter, reporterOn NOW PLAYING
    faith In God. So until another -
    Sunday, May 30 week, If God's will,
    there will We a Tea at the thanks for reading. _DRIVE-IN THEATRE 3-IN COLOR-3
    home of Mrs. Elizabeth
    Daniels, from 4 to 6 p.m.
    The address is 1394 NW TIME
    41st St. Everyone is in- .-. SHOWING ONE \ ONLY 7:30A
    vited to attend this tea. STANLEY KRAMER PROOUCTW!

    Also In behalf of our TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
    coming Woman's Day YOLBBYNNELiNVI1AhION1O
    there will be a fish fry CHURCH SUNDAY
    -- -- and peanut picking at the
    church on Saturday night'
    Meet Scott Adams, newest member of' the Eagle Army May 29. Please feel free
    Navy Store located at 6301 N.W. 7th Ave, where he is in the to come.

    management training program under the supervision of' George

    Formosh. Upon his completion of' training he will become AGUXHGHTBTRobert

    assistant manager of the above mentioned store. Scotty,
    as his friends call him is a graduate of Northwestern High >I.. I OAb DELUXE A n umARTISTS

    School and also attended Dade Junior College. Scott and T '\1 7
    WMB'M '"
    George welcome all their friends to stop by and say hello. ":' t .. Mitchum Carroll Baker
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    "A WOJHQI, lik :S-ii. .f i
    and heals *
    helps by prayer. Tells you Win Up TolOQO < .. -' tDRJGITTE

    your past, present and future. Tells you all }ARDOt .. .q'
    about your love, business, marriage, lucky

    days and numbers. Sister Sonia! is a licensed ,

    reader. If you are sick, worried or need help / j1 : STARTS THURSDAY

    Sister Sonia will help you in all your problems
    of life. \
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    N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595
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    NEW PHILADELPHIA Rev J, W. Stepherson J, S. Williams, pastorM.

    420 N.W. 40th Street Re v. Phillip H. Cooper pastor pastor Bannerman, reporter

    Rev. William'H. Washington Women's Day at Browns M. K. Watkins, reporterThe During morning service
    I Well Sunday at New Philadelphia villa was quite a success. The No. 2 choir is on last Sunday Rev.

    "The Church of sum of 916.68 was raised.We celebrating Its anniver- Tran of Bruart, Fla., was

    r Brotherly Love," was another hope to reach $1,000 by sary this month. It will the pulpit guest. Rev
    day that was spent in praising the end of this month. climax Sunday. May 30 at James Glover deliveredthe ALLEN CHAPEL AME

    and uplifting the name of the,I The day began with a large 3 p.m.. The Rev. A. J. morning sermon, entitled Rev. W, A. Curry, pastor
    CHURCH OF THE risen Savior, Our Lord Jesus attendance in Sunday School. Benson and congregationin "Growing Up In 5th Ave and 22nd Terr.
    OPEN DOOR Christ. In Sunday School Sister Hester Livingston was charge of the services. Christ." Choir No. 2 furnished -
    ( Guest the music and Services! will begin with
    Rev. H. C. McDowell there were many new boys and guest superintendent. The worship services
    pastorA. Sunday School
    usher board No. 2 was at 9:30:
    E. McNeal, reporterA girls in attendance. Childrenwere teachers were Sisters will be dedicated to the a.m. with Seuperintendent
    on duty.
    there in great numbers Ounter, Mattie Carey and T. graduating class of 1965, Terry Hill
    group of children were from the neighborhood and Lindsey. May 30. All graduates are The following people by an able staff assIsted of-

    given the Rite of Conformat from other parts of the local Morning worship started in asked to please be pres- joined the church on Sun- teachers. The pastor will

    ion and the Sacrament of Baptism community. We are really high gear with Sisters Ada ent at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. day: Ronald Lynn Michael give the review of the

    on the third Sunday in proud of our Sunday School, Craigand Bessie Jenkins leading May 30.Barbecue. Taylor, Mrs. Emmie lesson.

    May These children took a because it was Jesus who in a spiritual devotion. Bush Mrs. Ruth Pierce
    special series of instructions said, "Suffer the little chil- Quest choir from Mt. Tabor will be on Williams Arthur Larry The second Sunday In
    sale at the church
    from Rev. McDowell and Mrs. June the Sunday School
    dren to come unto me and for and Shirley Taylor, The-
    its soul. Mrs.
    Eneida Michelson who made bid them not, for such is the sang out of day and Saturday. Dinner resa Hicks. will hold It annual festi-
    Range delivered a dynamic Saturday only. Please call val. Mrs.
    the presentation of their kingdom of heaven." Again, Della Safford,
    Bibles. address centered around the 635-8329 for delivery.Our Baptism services were Mrs. Fannie S. Gaddy,
    would like
    to encourage our
    On Mother's Day, Mrs. Vance we people and teachers to theme, "Women Moving Onward deep sympathy to held and the follwoing Mrs. Irene Daniels and

    Williams Thomas was named young keep up the good work which in Service for the Master." our bereaved and get people were baptised: Mrs. Mrs. Richardson are

    the Mother of the Year. She they are now doing so splen The Youth Choir was extremely well prayers to our sick Sylvia Taylor, Walter, working as group cap-
    received a beautiful orchid didly. impressive. Miss Gina and shult-lns. Michael Arthur, L ar r y tains.

    and a scroll. Sunday School having end- er Givens, a talented young and Shirley Taylor. At the 11 a.m. servicethe

    Last Sunday, Rev. Mc- ed, we went immediately into lady from Richmond Heights, BAHA'I: ASSEMBLYThe The above named per- missionaries will

    Dowell preached a sermon the morning service. Special spoke on the theme from the sons were placed on a have charge of the ser-
    that he preached five years soloist for the day was Mrs. standpoint of youth and their Baha'i Assembly of class with Bro. Walter mon led on by Sis. Fan-
    Miami will be host Assembly
    ago "Broken Pieces. It Perkins, a member of St. John service for the Master. Instituteand Lee as Instructor and nie Spry Gaddy and Mrs.
    was enjoyed by those who who for an class Minnie D. HUl.Stewardess .
    Baptist Church, performeda The day was climaxed at the National Con- leader.
    heard it before.
    soul stirring number, "OnlyA the evening worship with Mrs. venton report to be held
    The Laymen's Fellowship The Sunday School Con- Board No.
    sponsored a cultural program Look." This set off the Verdee Reed of Perrine raking Sunday May 30, 10 am. vention will be held June 2 will sponsor a tea at

    featuring the Thespians of spark, and the pastor asked the blue print as drawn by Mrs. to 4 p.m. at the Alcazar 15-19 at St. Paul AME the church 4 p.m. Mrs.

    North Dade High School, directed the members to join in the Range, laid the foundation Hotel. Church. All delegates will Minnie Sampson sponsor
    chorus with Mrs. Perkins. The and completed the structure be chosen and president.At .
    by Mr. James Randolph. on next Sunday
    fire started burning more and I The local delegates to .
    Also present was winner of mora and the congregation lit Each message was filled with the convention, George morning.The the 7:30: evening service -

    the Silver Knight Award from Everyone' left servicesfeeling food for thought. Savitt of Miami, and Mrs. pastor, officers and again the mission-
    Booker T. Washington High that he had been in The chairman, Mrs. Doris Toby Emanuel of Miami members of Metropolitan aries will present the

    School and a group of students God's presence.A 0. King, t 10 pastor and members Beach will give the report cordially invite the prin- program.On .

    from Barry College very timely and enjoyable wish to thank their many which will He followed cipal of Northwestern
    Plans are being made for sermon was brought in friends who helped make this by an institute on High School, faculty and last Sunday Allen

    our local summer program and the evening service by Rev. day a success. the goals of the second all prospective graduatesto Chanel observed the annual -

    daily vacation Bible school. Stephenson, member of St. year of the Baha'i 9 Year worshp with us on Services Homecoming Day.

    It is now time to make appli- Paul A.M.E. Church.FRIENDSHIP Plan which Is now in next Sunday. Special ser- hleh spiritual were order.held on a
    cations for summer conferencesat ST. BARNABAS progress. Baha'is from the vices will be observed for .
    Crewoll, assoclat minister :;
    eastern seaboard from
    our Conference Center, graduating students.
    Avon Park, Florida. BAPTISTRev. Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor Fort Pierce to Key West If you do not have a brought of St the Paul AME

    Sunday, May 30 Baccalau- Ravena Richardson, reporter are expected to attend. church home you are message. We were morning greatly -

    reate observance at the 11 J. E. Jenkins, pastor Last Sunday morning ser- welcome to worship withus pleased bv the presenceof

    a.m. service. A first in our Ruby'Lee Carr, reporter vice was well attended. No. ST. MARY' W. M. at all times. Bishop W. F. Ball presiding -

    generation that will be epoch- On May 30 the Home Mis 2 Choir and No. 2 Ushers Rev. H. V. Stuart pastor bishop of the 8th

    making, will have some forty sion and Young Matrons will were in charge of service.All Dorothy Major, reporter MT. ZION BAPTIST Episcopal District.

    high school seniors in the pro- have a Building Fund Tea at members of the White
    cession.A Sunday morning ser- In an effort to preserveone During our evening service -
    th home of Deacon and Sister Rose Club are asked to be otour
    date to remember June vice will be attended by country's richest the pastor delivered i
    Albert Lewis, 740 N.W. 55thSt. present on Monday night. our students of North- heritages the free- the annual Homecomingf II
    12. Our annual family church 4 to 6 p.m. You are cor-, Business of importance.says western Senior High. The dom to worship God message. Dr. J. A. Roh- f

    picnic on the church grounds. dially invited.Friday Bro. A. Richardson. baccalaureate sermon whenever and whereverwe trts, presiding elder of

    Friends and visitors are night at 7:30 p.m,' There will be a sale at the will be delivered by Rev. please arrangements the North Miami Districtwas

    always welcome. our pastor will be preaching home of Mrs. Sybil Moss, Sat- Stuart. theme "Life Pri- have been made for two present during the

    on the Ministers' and Deacons urday night May 29, at 7155 orities." Choir No. two separate services for the service.
    N.W. 17th Ave. No. 3. will furnish music. Northwestern High
    SALTERS CHAPEL program convening with Let us remember to pray for School and the Booker T.
    New Bethel Church afternoon there
    Baptist our sick and all bereaved families Sunday Washington High School
    Rev H. J. Benson, pastor Opa-locka, Rev. W. K. Smith, will be a program spon- graduates! at the"M 551(on NEW MACEDONIA
    Flossie Marshall, reporter pastor. We hope you will be sored by the ways and Baptist Church on SUn-

    attending the Union to hear means committee, chair- day, May 30. Rev Roscoe Jackson pastor
    The men of Salters Chapel ANTIOCH BAPTIST man of the program, Mrs. Willie J. Beard, reporterOn

    had a wonderful Men's Day him.On May 21 at the home. Of Myrl Gibson. The publicIs At 11 a.m. the North- Friday night, May 21,
    Rev. P. W. Wiggins
    Program. Hats off to Mr. Cleo pastor Invited. Time of pro- western graduates will
    Bro. and Sis. Leroy Sharpe, Willie Powell Choir No. 1 will sponsor a
    Bro. reporter share In
    Rankins, Mr. Earl Glenn Mr. gram 3:30: p.m. a special seervice
    1176 N.W. 48th St. Choir No. at which time thp minister Song Feast. Some of the ,most
    Julius Way, and Mr. Jonathan will have The No. 2 Usher Board will outstand choirs and gtoups
    Thurston who worked like one a dinner feastas ST. JAMESLast will use as the subject ng
    bees wouldbe the kick off for their anni sponsor their annual Moonlight of his discourse: of the city will be featured.
    busy so everything versary beginning at 8 p.m. Tea on Saturday night May 29. Sunday the Gar- "Commencement Really Come out and enjoy a night of
    in place. The Rev. J. R.
    is invited. dena Circle of Greater Be- "
    Everyone Means The
    Campbell of South Miami Our get well wishes are ex- : Beginning. good gospel and spiritual sing
    have thel AME Church, members This Is effort to
    tended They prepared a won an give ing.
    to Deacon B. Smart in
    brought You who
    of the Real Es'nte those who
    were not there missed a treat. North Shore Hospital and Bro. derful program for your en- Brokers and Nurses Aides from the shores are graduating the On Sunl ey afternoon from
    Lefonzo Ross joyment and I don't have to proper 4 6 the Sunday Schoole
    The Rev. Blacknell from in Jackson. were guests of the Monthof perspective needed In p.m.
    St. James rendered service at Also to Deacon J. B. Blake- tell you their refreshments are May. Mrs. Magdalene the deep waters to assureIn 111 sponsor a tea at the

    3 p.m. and at 7 p.m. the finale. ly's wife who was in Baptist always the best and tastiest.On Johnson, chairman.The life. church. Won't you come out

    The chairman, Mr. Rankins Hospital and to all of our sick Monday night after the and support them?
    along with the pastor and and shut-ins. fifth Sunday, we will begin our second Sunday In In the afternoon at :a
    June Is:; Youth r av. Pat- o'clock,
    their officers, wish to thank Sis Lodene Jackson and prayer service for our revival role! Range will he the Booker a T.program for the

    their co-workers and friends sons, Nervell and James E., meeting Everyone is urged to sUPflker. The Kendall High School Washington MT. TABOR BAPTIST

    who helped to make this Men's Jr., wnet to visit her family please come and get your soul Met odlR' Church Youth be held. Many graduateswill of the Rv. P. S. Brown, minister

    Day a success. Also St. Paul few days aao.CHURCH revived. Choir will he on hand to graduates will participateIn Dessie Crockett reporter
    A.M.E. who came over last May we continue to visit the Hid the youth on their this service. There will

    Tuesday night Not forgetting sick and shut-ins. 1nv) This group of white he music of the very Usher Board No. 2 Is

    Mrs. Glenn who served a delicious OF CHRIST Prayer meeting and Bible Methodist youths' have highest type. The minis- sponsoring its annual tea

    dinner to the guest and SCIENTISTThe class every Tuesday night at :inpeared fit Rt .T-jpr's before ter will sneak on the sub- Sunday May 30 on the

    to our friends. Please come 8 and thn :p of von lect "So You Wont. to be lawn of Sister Carrie
    back again subject for Sunday will p.m.Grace who hive heard' them Great." White, 6801 NW 17th Ave.

    be "Ancient and Modem Necromancy will p"'
    alias Mesmerismand PresbyterianThis this splendid group. Plus Both of these services public Is cordially invit-

    Hypnotism, Denounced." enjoy the singing of our promise to be very Im- ed. A special programhas
    ST. PAUL A.y.E. Christian Science Society Sunday afternoon "slnglngest" youth choir. pressive. We cordlallv Invite been planned for your
    from 4 to 0, the adult
    Rev. T. C. Kelly, pastor welcomes to attend its the friends of the listening.
    choir will present a delightful This promises to he n"o graduating classes to
    Mary Rawls, reporter services each Sunday morning program of mus- well enjoyed. Of course out and share these come most There are many sick'
    at 11 a.m. at 1600 N.W. 54th ic. our friends and shut-in members and
    This program will he are always Important
    is events with i
    Sunday Missionary Day.
    Street. presented with other fine welcome. so come out them. Each friends. Please visit and
    boy and
    Our pastor has asked all members You are also invited to choirs of the community to the Community Center needs girl pray for and with them.
    to come out and help the attend the Wednesday even: participating. You are and have a great day. every ounce of encouragement Attend Bible Class tonight -
    Missionary Society. ing testimony meetings at 8. cordally Invited to attend In order to can get Friday.
    Aside from his rellvioim -
    Special services will be And visit the Reading Room this
    outstanding presenta- himself for the kind
    duties. Rev. Blacknell
    at 11am. for members of the Mondays and Fridays 1-3 p.m., tation. is
    leadership that Is
    also sure
    a sports fan both asa
    class 6f Northwestern
    graduating Wednesday 6-7:45: p.m. to he
    desired In a changing
    The spectator and participant NEW PROVIDENCEThe
    High School. We are morning sermon
    During thp week he soc'etv.' Will you do
    proud to amounce that w'e have this Sunday will be No. 2
    had qualified for henlf your nart? Then come to choir Is busy
    seven members in the class. "Ambassadors For Christ"from Mt. ZIon on Sunday making ready for the Do
    tournament for the Tn- May
    We wish to take this time to MT. CARMELRev. II Corinthians 5:20.: terracial Ministers\ All'- 30 at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. It Yourself program which

    invite those persons in the D. A. Bradley pastor Congratulations to the ance which began on Lnvenla Knox will be sponsored by them

    class who do not have a Louise McGrlff reporter Youth Fellowship: Glad- Wednesdav rnornlnsr. Tho public relations Sunday night, so don't

    church home to please come We have so much to be stone Brown, Jr., moderator Rev. Blacknell Is the onlv miss It.

    and worship with us on Sun thankful for. Sunday and Annette Stra- Negro member of this!' The Youth Day program -

    day.Our morning we had a won- chan. vice moderator for group. The City of Miami LEGAL NOTICEI is In the making for
    Family Day services derful time. In Sunday the fine way that they are Is sponsoring the event. am not responsible for the 2nd Sunday In June.

    on, last Sunday turned out School and throughoutthe helping to strengthen the Congratulations are extended any debts Incurred by Plan now'to be present. .
    well. Congratulations to of the United
    quite day. In morning ser- program to Miss anyone but myself.
    and Mrs. Julian Mitchell Youth. The Jerelme Consecration services
    Mr. delivered Presbyterian
    vice the Rev. Tanner -
    Breacye Blacknell, daughter Darville J. Knowles
    and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas the message. The adults of Grace commendthe every Sunday morning at
    of the pastor and Mrs. May 7.14, 21, 28 5.
    the of the churchfor a.m.
    Bland for having largest afternoon message was Blacknell on her impend
    amount of members in the dlivered by the Rev. OAV. their enthusiasm and '
    ing July marriage to ( Rev. C. .T. Burney pastor
    family present. (1<4.) Foster. cooperation. B. Ewing of Nashville C. Wilson, reporter

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    _:: J: :: _:;;':",:': J ':- ,,-....._.__.._ .. THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, May 28, 1965
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    I Opi-locki Orl.izIS ;!1 f News From The BahamasFour .

    NAACP Chnter i iOn x ';i;. f\t;\;; ; .... accommodation high schools for 3,360 with Seymour and* *other* relatives.

    x pupils are to be constructedthis
    May 15, the people ofie president of Miami branch, '. ,1.\'::\:(. summer to replace the After 19 minutes deliberation
    Opa-Locka community, other guest was Rev August 4 ; four existing secondary a Supreme Court juryon
    long with the officers of theAACP Vanden Bosche, pastor 'of ..,( schools In Nassau and to April 14 decided that
    Miami Branch, assem- Bethany Presbyterian Church. .. provide additional class Donald Armbrlster was
    led at the home ofc Mr. andrs. The meeting was open for rooms. guilty of forgery and deceiving
    George M. Brunt for the business by the state represen-I The schools ,will be builtat a public officer. He was
    pose of organizing an tative. iMr. Saunders ... > ... Oakes Field, Balllou Hill sentenced to do four years
    MCP Chapter in the Opa- he organized the group into a "."f\:" ,1JJl! #1 Road, Southern Central and in prison. Armbrister report
    ocka area. branch with all officers serving II'' Eastern Districts, and will ed by played the part of a
    The meeting was called to temporary until the re- cost 1121741. The present lawyer, accepted money for
    der by Mrs. Brunt who pre- caiired number of memberships high schools will be usedas making out a will that was
    Invocation by Rev. W. have been obtained.The meet- DENICE NOWELSTANYA schools. It Is made the "willed" the
    junior ,
    ided. ex- never
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    I. Macon, pastor of First Rapist ing was adjourned with a delicious 'W\'O'' ""' It. pected that at least two of property to himself.Eighteenyearold.
    of Bunche Park. repast. The branch them will be
    Church I completed by e e e
    peakers for ,the occasionere will hold its regular weekly September..
    Mr. Robert W. Saunders, meetings every Wednesday 1r. 9F iI! ,!; e e e Robert
    lorida State Director Attorey evening at 8 at Mt. Pleasant I Griffin was electrocuted on
    Donald W. Jones presient Methodist church 2010 Lincoln K Fire completely destroyedthe April 13 while installing elect
    of Miami Branch Dr. St., Opa-Locka. Please home of Aaron Rolle of trical wires in a newly com
    fcorge A. Simpson 1st vice plan to attend the meetings'and ', -- -- Lincoln Boulevard on April pleted house at Palmetto
    resident of Miami Branch,and renew your membership or "BIRTHDAY BABY" r 15. The loss was estimatedat Point, Eleuthera. The young
    r. Theodore R. Gibson, past if not a member, please join $2,240. electrician was a native of
    the NAACP. Little Willie Lee Linder Governor's Harbor and was
    Jr. of and employed by the Eleuthera
    son Jr. Mrs. Willie
    Jeoffrey Wallace, 57,died Motor and Power Company.
    Lee Linder
    of 2043 N.W. 51st
    NAACP NEWS vice. "Ask yourself a question" Street won the distinct honorof i at his home in Johnson Alleyof e e .
    What will the NAACPbe being the two-year-old "Y" wdeswell Street on April
    Miami Branch if everyone supported it and 11. He was a member of the The body of Mrs. Mabel
    809 N.W. 3rd Avenue like me. Birthday Baby, was staff of the Nassau Tribunefor Ellis, 59, was flown from
    crowned and
    given top 13 and was head of New York to Nassau on
    Ladies, cheer visit years
    up, the prize on April 21. He was the .
    the photographic department April 13. Mrs. Ellis diedon
    The president Attorney NAACP Miami Wins. Meetings most enthusiastic of the
    _on aid W. Jones and the exe- arc held at 809 N.W. 3rd Ave.on crowd of 200 when the crown up to a few weeks be- the previous day. She is
    fore his passing when he survived by two sons, Ler-
    cutive committee of the Miami the first Tuesday in every was placed upon his head.
    suffered heart attack. Ellis of
    a man Milwaukee
    ranch are busy making plansfor Other babies participatingwere
    their summer activities.We We are very happy to know Patrick Eugene Bowens, VENSON Wisconsin, and Waite Ellis
    that Mrs. Jones and He Is survived by two of Nassau; one stepdaughter
    are very grateful to the Dr. Simpson runner-up and Martha Lee Melrle Colman Chapter No.
    sons, Jeoffrey Jr., and Gary Mrs. Inez Ellis Tucker,
    (people of Dade County for have organized a youth Henry. 24 Order of Eastern Stars of ;
    (helping us to make our past council and these youngstersare The Northwest Center Y International Masons, incor- one daughter, Mrs. Gloria and ten grand-children.
    (activities i "The Night of full of energy, and readyfor wishes to express sincere porated sponsored their an-
    I Stars" and "The Gibson Testimonial the freedom and civil thanks to the parents of the nual tea on Sunday, May 16 at
    Dinner" successful rights program. They need babies and all friends, our the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry fl.ylPJJl'fJ1Ll9ll
    I affairs. However, the greatest adult support both morally and sewing instructor, Mrs. Yeager, Flemming, 12741 FilmoreSt. ,
    j event of all is the launching financially. Vogue School of Charm and ., Richmond Heights. The S The house of unusual rooms"K
    I of an all county wide door to Miami Branch membership friends for making the fashion The affair was highly suc- ,
    1 door membership campaigndrive. meeting night is on the third show, in connection with other cessful. Guest speaker was .p u> In mind"A
    The NAACP needs you Thursday of every month 8 p.m. activities a great success. Mr. Lester C. Albert and the ;: better place, we challenge you to find 1/1/
    and your support. To be suc- at the Miami Branch office. Mrs. Estella Williams, pro- M.C. was Rev. Ira McCall of ': Seeing Is believing
    cessful in this drive, we need All members are encouragedto gram director; Bettye Brown, 'VMBM. a' The accommodation you receive
    people to volunteer their ser- attend the meetings. assistant director. The climax of the affair You find only In this brother ,
    was the baby contest. Little "
    ___ .,...__. ...._....u...___...__ Miss Tanya R. Venson, spon- OPEN 24 HOURS' DAY
    ::;'" sored by Sis. Maggie Lump- 2M.. I1.W. 41TH,STREET 634-3811,
    ;' .<': kins and raised $104.40and
    LEARN TO PLAY GOLF! ,, : as Little Miss Denice Nowels JAMAICA DUCIE
    '" ;
    ' ',"'. sponsored by Mrs. Ruby Fred- Always 'a' frienif

    ,,"if,>* ,tf-tvt.,."" ,. \ ." .... "" \ ,,("'''1 ; ,: 'i' rick and Sis. Johnson raised
    .'1" and crowned
    'I '1>; i. $164.00 was
    ,,' '.. ; ', "':; ;,
    YII&1A11E1" "Miss Melzie Colman No. 24
    ": :
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    4 1M';. .{' ", .. "'' >" ..:fT H',:,,to',...' .,.A>' ,. : of 1965."
    'm HLF..If"LEJIIH..f.. ., ..I.E.j} !; Mrs. Mary Young is Worthy
    ',. '" ''' \ I Our Clean''
    ; .
    : ':t. h'< Keep City
    Matron and Mrs. Mary Arline,
    <{ / ...
    I $
    tf-N.nJwd. Fl9fv'htoN'CaoitiY 4t';\! ...;....:=!o.... l, l'If: (1 tJ';', reporter.

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    PRIZES FOR CHECKER )oooooooYour Choice Of oooooooc

    American Legion, Al- 3 BEDROOM CBSHOMES. MANY EXTRAS.
    1, :ff'LEsSH fredo Spence Post #182, be-
    came the first group in the $250 to $400 DOWN PAYMENT
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    ;.j: / 4 Bertram E. Balfour, son of Coconut Grove area to come to
    s yy : Mrs. Ida King and CardinalB. Farley Neasman, director of SOME NO CLOSING COSTS
    A'PIINt T" t Balfour and grandson of Coconut Grove project, financial -
    ,f .. ; Mrs. Virginia Strachan, a 7th aid. These men, under 2431 N.W. 42ND STREET
    ,.CAL|':. ,' f' / ; "v j grader at B.T.W. High, was the leadership of Corrrn. A. 1350 N.W. 84TH TERRACE
    "%> B ;ff, *> pi Band Parent's Club contest.trophies, and medals to win- 1450 N.W. 69TH TERRACEWE
    7J836JiSEvaiiij lie wishes to thank the ners in the Senior Citizen's
    .. '- Bills and Daughters of Elks Checker Tournament which
    : Lodge, and his scoutmaster will be played at the Eliza-
    ., Mr. Lennis Johnson of Troop beth Virrick Park in Coconut
    a r .a
    .,h, lf 3 1 76 at Ebenezer Methodist Grove on June 3,4, and 5. FORD REALTYINCe Broker
    Church and all kind friends. We congratulate these men

    especially Mr. A. Dunn for 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595
    without their help and for sight I ,
    this planned activity may not ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooAetna
    have been made possible.

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    I CBS, corner, custom, 3 bedrooms, ,2 bath'tile roof,, I Ii

    I i Fla room/15x30, pool,, double garage, double, coiner lot//I,/ I

    I "sprinkler'system.: Mortgage balance $16,000.Take: a ,

    I j 'leek and let's talk business. No qvallfying.;;" t r'i ; I
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    A greeting card writer named Sam I', '. : 1118 H..W. 84TH,STREET \, fI { (' ( I

    I I J i CBS, 2.bedroom, carport,"tilt rool, total 11500. Mo,<'..> I Igaiallfylpg.

    Found his were losing their wham. \i $76.95 month pays everything. Low, l low ''
    verses I I !down.( Set today.. I .'>,',/,> '; I II
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    He sipped milk( in despair I I "-j 1"1:: 2140" HW.--0-88TH, STREET, ;_ ) I II

    HERE'S PROOF YOU'LL I I CBS, 3.bedroom' carport, stove and refrigerator.FHA* .

    Began again with a flair } $13,000. $400 down. Seller pays all closing costs. ;

    LIKE OUR PRINTING: I I F I\:$7* .90 MO* You roast. see this hoote. ,,; W ms.;( I

    Now he's writing like Omar Khayam. Quality Job; Budget Price I 1 I rl:; ; ,1881 NW. -94TH STREET ';i I II

    No Job Too large or Small I CBS, 2 bedroom, f la. room? hardwood floors, FHA, I
    I .$10,000 No:closing costs $300 down, $6221 mo. Must

    Deadlines Met on Time bit. ;sold this week.AETNA. I II
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    I newspapers and/or on radio..or well head address occupation and approximate num :
    line your name on one of our famous milk ber of glasses of milk you drink each day. If
    billboards. All limericks should be mailedin you neither drink milk nor write limericks Miami Times BROKER
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    3231 NW 48th Terr died
    MR. IKE HAVIOR. 364 N.W.
    May 25. Survivors are a
    CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS Ma mother. Mrs. Martha 10th St., Apt. 9 died May 18.
    Turner, three sisters Services were held from the

    I Sara Tynes Louise Pitch- St. John Baptist Church Satur-
    ford and Marlene Mc- day 4 p.m. and remains were 11115II

    Pherson. Services are incomplete sent to Milledgerville, Ga. for

    t IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM RANGE final rites and burial. Survi-

    ! In sad but living memory of In sad but loving memory If l JOHN ROBERT roLLER children vors are, 2 3 daughters sisters, 1, uncle 7 grand-, 1 If you old are at least be 62
    of beloved of 1160 NW\ 47th years you may
    . ray dear auntBVANOIUNB ,-our.-. .,,!, -..,.. u..yf qrr St., died May 23: Mr. Ful- nephew, .and 2 nieces. thinking about* ,:retiring
    MILLER i'/ ler ,has resided in Miami from your job br; business.:
    who departed this life May l,1'M"" for 20 years. Survivorsare MR. WALTER GARNER, Even if you do not retire
    ,, 'o\' 916 N.W. 2nd Ave., Apt. 5, still be eligible
    2S, 1964."There's. his wife, Melissa; 4 you may
    an open gate at the i:1r. : sons, John Robert Jr., died May 18. Was shipped to te receive all or some of
    \ end of the road [ William Sim and Mer- Pensacola, Fla.Friday morning your social security bene-
    Through which each must go cellus; four daughters; 9 a.m. for final rites and fits. Our best advice is for
    i alone Eloulse Wilson, Mary burial. Survivors are wife, and you to get In touch with
    r f F. Bolden Margaret Ful- 1 sister.In-law. the nearest social securl-

    t, An1I.t'M6J.o'erq is,a light_'v'we en, cannot-*'.* 9 sF ler and Sarah Mitchell; 13 ty office. They will help

    { claims his i grand children. Local LOUISE WILLIAMS, you file your claim for
    Our Father own.
    Beyond the gate our loved services Friday 8 p.m. 17435 S.W. 107th Ave., Per- benefits or give you the
    A nt 4 .. in the chapel. Final rites necessary information so
    I finds happiness and rest, T :......:J.. m__ V in Blakely, Ga.KATHRYN rine services, died were May held 20.Saturday Graveside at that you will be able to
    there is comfort in the
    And decide it be
    Mrs Mary Flossie Johnsonof Paradise Memorial. Survivorsare if will more

    thoughtA best. 2551 N.W. 152nd Street, Opa SPENCER mother, Mrs. Mary Jean advantageous for you to
    loving God Locka, passed early Tuesday of 1950 NW 167th St. died Williams and grandmother Mrs. postpone the filing of an

    Mrs. Melvin Bain morning May 25, at Jackson{ May 24. Kathryn is the 6- Texana Williams. application.If .

    And Family Memorial Hospital after a short year-old daughter of Mr. you have worked under -
    illness. Mrs. Johnson came to and Mrs. Milton Spencer.
    Other MRS. AXIE PRIDE 1983 social security, you
    ,.' this country in 1921 from James survivors are her N.W. 46th St., died in the Jack- should make it a point to
    CARD OF THANKS grandmother. Mrs. Ida
    Cistern, Eleuthera. She was the Pressley; two brothers son Memorial Hospital May visit the district oftice 2 or
    In loving of our wife of the late JosephJohn son. three sisters. several; 20. Services were held 2 p.m. 3 months before your 62
    memory ..; Her survivors include 4 sons, aunts and uncles. Services Thursday from the Greater birthday. This head start
    father and grandfather_ Leon, Norman (New York) Saturday at 10 a.m. at St. Bethel A.M.E. Church, Rev. will speed up the receipto
    ERNEST L. DAVIS known as 'Tank', Basil (Chi- John Baptist Church. S.A. Cousin, pastor. Survivorsare f monthly benefits i f
    who departed this life June cago), Ernest; 3 daughters, 1 daughter, Mrs. Larry B. you are entitled to them
    2, 1960. Gwendolyn Roker New York), MRS. Ts ADORE Johnson, 2 sons, James Fitz- If not, the people In the
    You are not forgotten loved one Bertha Johnson and Eloise TYNES of 1421 NW 70th cook Osborne, Norah Osborne, social security office will
    Nor will you ever be Howard. St.. died May 26. She has of West Palm Beach. advise you of the amountof
    As long as life and memory Mrs. Johnson, formerly re- lived in Miami for 50 --- work you still need In
    last, we will remember thee sided in the Liberty City Project years. Survivors are her MRS VICTORIA 0. order to become insured.

    Your loving smile, your gentle until 1950. Funeral ser- husband, Rev. William A. ROGERS retired schoolteacher Also, they will explainany

    face vices under the direction of Tynes; a daughter. Mrs. of 1950 N.W. 166th St., other requirementyou
    Ii- IL- No one can fill your vacant the Range Funeral Home, will Florence Humes; a son, Opa-Locka died in the Jack- may have to meet.

    place. be Saturday, May 29 at the Louis Davis; a brother, son Memorial Hospital May 25. When you visit the

    Gone but not forgotten. Vt.y Church of God, N.W. 19th St Alexander Thompson; 7 She taught for more than 40 social should security office, you
    sisters Carrie take social
    Adderley your
    he rest in
    peace. in Duval Brevard and
    and 2nd 0.IIIIIIIiI1IWrIhM.J Marlene years security account number
    Sawyer, Ollie
    I Mr .. Dade Counties. She was a card with
    Elease Wilkerson, mother Symonette. Bernice Roberts you. If you
    k Elsie guiding force behind many out- work for .
    Leonard E. Davis, father Gibson Effi teachers wages, you
    Relatives and friends. Johnson and Muriel Cole- standing throughoutthe should be able to give Information
    brook; three grand children state. Services will be held about the exact
    and one great grand. Saturday, 4:30 p.m. at First amount of wages paid to
    IN MEMORIAM Services Saturday at-t Baptist Church in Bunche Park, you during the current
    p.m. at Temple Baptist Rev. W. J. Macon, officiating i calendar quarter and the
    In loving memory of our dear Survivors
    Church. are grand-neicesMrs. two previous quarters.
    mother and grandmotherMRS. Gladys O. Staley, and a host of These wages will not appear -
    BEATRICE BROWN other relatives and friends in your social secu-
    who departed this life May 24, rity account because It
    5260 NW 32nd Ave. died
    JOHN H. GUNTERwho takes time to the
    1962. process
    departed this life May 21, Life, sweet life, so soon to son.May Warren 20. Survivors; two daughters are; a- Pretty Hat Tea reports from lyour em-
    ployers. If self-
    1964. pass Lillie Ruth Lamar you are
    The South Florida Spi-
    employed, should
    There is a garden where As we are so was she Christine Thomas; a ritual Singers Union, Inc. take a you of last
    copy your
    Jesus is waiting. It's a beau- As she is so shall we be brother. Orange Lee. Mr. is sponsoring a Pretty year's tax return (if filed
    tiful garden of prayer. May she rest in peace and Lamar has lived in Miami Hat Tea May 30. from ), evidence of pay-

    Mary J. Gunter wife perpetual. light shine upon her. for 21 years. Services on 3:30: to 6 p.m. at the homeof ments of the social secu-
    ,Patnerolla Cunningham Mrs. Ruth CooperMrs. Fridav 2 p.m. In the President and Mrs. rity tax and be able to

    daughter Naomi Vanterpool, chapel,, Serch Crapp, 1611 NW estimate your net earn- *
    Mable Moss 52nd St.jUdges. ings for the current
    daughtersA Mr. Clinton J. Freemanof MISS B ERN ICE You have
    step daughter host of grandchildren, 136 NW 13th Ave, Del- LOUISE SMITH of 561 for the prettiest documents may to submit

    5 Grandchildren Neices and nephews. ray died May 24 Mr. Free- NW 6th St. apt. ,12- died hats modelled will be certifications, statements or

    man was a well known May 20. She is survlve'dby Garth C. Reeves of the any other such proof but
    MEMORIAM funeral director. He own- her father Charlie Miami Times; Leroy you will be told
    CARD OF THANKSWe ed and operated Free- and Paul Lewis. Services Crunes. musician for trip what is needed. This exactly Is

    In loving of dear man's Mortuary in Pom- ,held Wednesday in the Famous Soul Stirrers; the advantage of a visitto
    the family of the late I memory my
    husband and father, pano for 15 wears. His I chapel.M. Rev. Ira McCall DJ of ,the social security office -
    WAYMON GRAHAM survivors are his wife, WMBM; Rev. Lester C. before you are ready
    MR. ANTHONY WHITE Tereatha, a son, his step J. JONES of 2441 Albert of Albert's Funeral to' retire. The Idea of "in-
    who this life
    departed May 4, who departed this life May 27 NW 151st St.
    mother; a brother Lewis. Opa-locka, Home; Rev. Roscoe quiring before retiring"is
    1965 wish to thank the
    friends and neighbors for many their 1955.He He will lie in repose In died May 23. Survivorsare Jackson pastor Macedon to anticipate any dif-
    is but not forgotten. his wife Irene three ia M. B.
    ; Church
    gone the chapel 12 noon Sunday E. N. ficulties which may cause
    kindness shown to us in the
    May he rest in peace. to 4 p.m. he will be daughters Louise Garner Taylor, manager Scott delay I n receiving your
    of Thanks for
    passing my son. Hazel Jones and Elizabeth
    taken Project.
    Lula White, wife to Freeman Mor- benefits.
    cards, telegrams, and Link
    your two
    floral pieces. Maggie Davis, daughterAnd tuary where he will be Lee ; sons Other guest will be the The Social Security Administration -
    Henry and Leroy
    placed in beginningat Eastern Star Boy's Cho- wants to
    repose pay
    Special thanks to Auxiliary several sisters and broth-
    5 pm. and will remain Club, Chapter of the you and your family the
    No. 1 and Usher Board ers. Jones has lived here
    Board there until 2 pm. Mon- Eastern Star, Boys Chor- benefits to which you a'e
    No. 4 of Greater Bethel A.M.E. for six years. Services on
    rus of Northwestern
    day. Services Sen- entitled
    1 will be con- as promptly as
    Church and Bethel Lite Club. Monday 11 am. at New
    High Mrs.
    ducted at 3 p.m. Monday Lucille possible filing claim 2
    Thanks to Rev. S. A. Cousin at Mt. Olivette Baptist Bethel Baptist Church. Moore, mistress of ceremony or 3 months in advanceis

    and the House of Albert and TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO Church of Delray. Moric- MRS. ANNA Blanche Calloway about the hest wav to
    staff. God bless each of you. CHURCH SUNDAY ians Association of Dade of 4353 NW 32nd Ave., program project WMBM. Insure against rteUv

    Selena Graham and family Broward Counties direc- died at home May 23. She
    I ting. Is survived by her niece,
    Mary E. Mayfield of Vir-

    THANK YOUWe ginia Beach, Va. and ,W. 4 ',R ix: .swI'
    H. Lee of Rome Ga. Ser-

    the family of the late Uitirolu ui1iLIiLUt-tilth- vices Saturday 10 a.m. in
    SIS. MAMIE E. RICHARDSON the chapel.

    who departed this life on May HAS Preiaterneat ,!I.II of 8 fnrvt spaces ., lets

    11, 1965, wish to thank the ALSO I 1...tl,I.'. sliaU grove. s rec e iitenrat
    many saint friends and neighbors Boxes and vaults permitted INFANT DEATHS
    who shared with us the We Karon Doster the
    are set Ml Me1 we are .,11I'.1.. kwslaess Baby
    loss of our dear loved one. 8-month old daughter of !
    OH. six wok
    Joys t. serve .
    ye '
    for cards telegrams Mr. and Mrs. Norman
    Thanks ,
    your '
    CMMMonly known D Ph.,, .
    as Cemetery
    flowers and letters during Doster died May.
    our hours of bereavement. Ml. NWffTH STREET NEW5I I

    Special thanks to the Range E. Johnson, AI_..... HOMO ,....., OX 1-9199 Ida Mae Johnson, ; YOU'LL FIND US
    Funeral Home and Evangelist daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
    Joseph Wigfall. Albert, Johnson of 2980 ?c' TO BE UNDERSTANDING
    ., NW 51st Terr died May
    The FamilyINHEMORIAM 22.
    I r------------ I I King Morsco Lee son A When death occurs in your

    NOTICE to all Evergreen Manorial Park visitors and of Mr and Mrs. Amos \.' '. '., family, turn to a mortuarythat's
    'I servicemen's organizations, who commemorate our park I|I Lee died May 22. ':
    In sad but loving received
    of dear, husband and memory father on Memorial Day, Sunday, May 30, 1965, by the placement a reputation
    HARDWICK a EDMONDS I' of flowers, wreaths, flags, etc. I I for sympathetic help and

    who 1964.departed this life May 31,1 I I This year, Memorial Day is on Sunday, May 30. This I I FRANCIS. i iI ', :\. / consoling services our

    Mrs. Elizabeth Edmonds, wife eons your commemorative activity will be on Sunday, local reputation is such

    Melanie Owyn and Charlene I I May 30, the exact day of the holiday. The gates will be I I WESLEY BAILEY of 740 I b(7/(

    Yvette, children | open as usual for you to carry out the respect you owe N.W. 3rd Ave Apt 20 died May
    I I 123 at his home. Remains will -.><
    the servicemen and veterans who gave their lives so "My Father inHeaven /
    .be shipped to Archer, Fla., help
    CARD OF THANKS I I we may live. I I Friday May 28 for final rites. 'me never to forget Thy Love

    The employees holiday will .be Monday May 31. This Survivors include S nieces; it looks up to me in the
    The family of the late I] I I Mrs. Louise Brown; Mrs. Flora beauty of the flower "
    means both gates will be closed, and there will be no
    Baker; Mrs. Claretha Bailey; .'
    ANNIE MAE TWINE I,I lands, only the usual police patrol.H.E.WalrherS I'Mrs Frances Thompson and John Henry Jowett

    wish to express their sincere .pt. Mrs. Letha Lee; 4 nephews;. Oscar L. Range
    thanks and appreciation to the i '
    Clarence Black Willie Jefferson -
    I I I IL
    so'' Evergreen Cemetery .
    friends who were '
    Flem Jefferson and
    ) Funeral
    kind during their hour of bereavement 306SN.W.41stSt- HE 4.8242 J Lurther Curtis as well as a; '1 Home
    I - host of friends. j I. ,.


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    :.p."l.fA... .8.8.; ... '( :p ,,1 'Ei ."': and 1-bed- 1783 NW, 42nd St One bed 4 STORES.St. Suitable NW 3 for Ave.profes-and and room spacious.furn. apt.Adults Air cond.only])
    > sional who desireto
    : apt. furn. $22.50 and up. room duplex furnished people 1241 NW 77 Terr.RESTAURANT .
    .... .. . .. .. .... ,. .,. ,_ ., ,1.1. ; i Adults only, 757-6070 nice clean. quiet. 120 w1_. serve an Integrated
    agent. Kay at 1775 NW 42nd St. clientele. Ph. FR 3-1589. at 5544

    Call anytime. A. Ben- Pembroke Road. W. Hol-
    SALE EFFICIENCY CotUge. Un- Kori Realtor, 751-3243. 1-BDD FTURN. apt. 1775 lywood. Fully equipped.
    FOR SALE fumi.hed,4841 N.W. 16th Ave. NW 84 St. rear. Call own- phone 961-2204.

    CLOSING COSTS 2-CAR GARAGE 915 weekly. Call owner Mr. 2-BEDROOM APT. Oven, er 681-8401.
    -ttedroom CBS, 2 baths, Large corner lot, extra Gross 444-6126 daily eve stove and refrigerator: PRETTIEST IN TOWN-
    ning m NORTH MIAMI BEACH.8bedroom .
    Inclosed front, porch, carfcort large 2-bedroom CBS. 82824.LOVELY free gas free electric. New 2 bedroom apt 1380
    land- Drive by 1890 $25 week. 3300 NW 51 St. house. Call NE 151 St. PL 1-2768.,
    newly' painted, NW 86
    HOME for small Mickina Rental Agency.
    caped. Price is o Diy Terr. FHA terms. A. Ben- family. fenced yard corn, .

    11,000 with $350 downnd Kori 751-2243., Realtor, anytime venien< to everything can 2-PEDROOM apt., oven FOR SALE FOR SAE FO HELP WANTED
    FHA terms. Key at buy like rent. See this today. and refrigerator, free, BEAUTIFUL CORNER.
    Ife Realty, Broker, 4932 See 2-BEDROOM this CBS $20 per week. NE 5-5566. HI 8-1119. 5745 NW 5 Ave. Large 2- CAB DRIVERS. Apply at

    W 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. 1901 NW today. Drive by water, :3193 NW 59 St. bedroom CBS, Fla. room. Society: Cab Office, 269 NW
    en evenings and Sun- down 93 St. $400 Downtown Area. 1 bedroom This is a very large 21st 3tTHE
    FHA terms. Open furn. apt. All utilities.U 7.00
    ROOM in private home. home, spotless. FHA
    Sunday patio, Fla.3-5, big yard Mickins Rental Agency. NB Man 0" couple preferred. terms. Total 12000. $400 '.ElIOF PRAYERAre

    .. CBS, large Fla. room carporte. 4-0500. 634-6310. down. Drive by then call
    See this sure. A. Indf A. sick troubled
    separate anytime Ben-Kori. you unhappy -
    room Ben-Kori
    sprinkler Realtor, anytime MANOR PARK. 1561 NW Realtor 7512243.NO need help?
    carpeting 751-3243. Opa Loch Area. 2 bedroom Send for your Prayer Cloth
    51 Tprr. SIR week.
    Price is $11,000, $350
    furn. apt. $25.1 bedroom fume NW 37 St.. $25 week. 1786 QUALIFYING today. Also your birthdate.
    town and $68 month. Keyt
    $9,500 TOTAL $21. All utilities. Call
    apt. 3-bedroom CBS. $68 Contributions
    NW NW 41 Terr. $30 wk. mo. accepted.
    Life Realty, Broker Neat
    clean home on cor- Mickins Rental Agency all after down
    Reliable Rental 633-2891. pays payment
    4932 NW ner with 2-car gar- 681-8213. Indf This is a very nice
    9-4371. Open Sunday and age. 2 bedrooms 2 porches 1561 NW 51 Terr. 2-bed- home. furn. Call anytime. P.O. Box 6326
    {evenings. Inlaid carpet, air cond., A. Ben-Kori. Realtor
    ATTENTION tironerty room $16 week. 6801 NW Miami Florida 33136
    system. $450 owners. Dixie Rental hasa 6 Court $25 week. 2-bed- 751-2243.
    MODERN 3 bedroom, 2 FHA terms. A. Ben-Kori waiting Hat of tenant room duplex 409 NW 59
    ath CBS, tile roof front Realtor anytime 751-2243. for 2-bedroom houses or Terr. 2-bedroom duplex
    porch, large natio, barbue apts. Phone 633-2329. $25 week. 288 NW 59 St..
    fenced yard fresh LARGE GROOM CBS. 3- 2-Hedroom $25 week. 676
    Ipaint. Price is $13,000 $400 bedroom, 1 bath builMn HENRY'S WINDOW SER- NW 48 St No. 2, 2 bed- Finest Stlectiois: ii Miami

    down and $80 month, FHA stove and refrig., big VICE Repairs, replacement room $25 week. Reliable
    I Key at Life Realty Broker dining room large living of operators glass, Bmtal 6332891. LOVELY HOlES OPEl
    4932 NW 7 Ave PL 9- room. Closets a plenty. screens, 1736 NW 47th HEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTS
    4371 Open evenings and mo. pays
    I Sundays.NO all. Call 681-8566. Associ- EZ Terms Less Than Rent
    ate Realty Corp. Realtors.BY .

    :; 2 OWNER. CBS 3-bed-
    ern :3-hedroom CBS Beautiful CBS 3 bedroo. both oak floors tile
    room. 2 bath located on ,
    baths, tile roof, carnorte.jalousie for single 9 2 baths
    woman or I rooms, completely
    windows, lovely busy NW 17 Ave. at 4769 roof and carport. $450 down. $85 month.
    zoned C-4 busness. Will coaple. 1733 H.W. 3rd Ct. Ura. let class
    porch. screened -
    yard ,
    patio, $1.000 down and show by appointment. Apt. 12. FR 18805. cond. .

    take over FHA payments.Life Ph. 885-3805. 1330 N.W. 68th Terrace 10 N.W.47TH TERRACE .

    NW Realty 7 Ave. Broker PL 9-4371.4932 BEER AND WINE BAR. 2 BEDROOM APTS. KEY REALTY Large 2 bedrooa, 2 both, pies Fla rooai. Only 2

    evenings and Sun- Kitchen, plenty of room years old. By appointment oaly.
    good business 633-3084. $17 WK.
    days. -0--

    NO QUALIFYING Fully RKE" COPY BKE COPY Applicants must qualify to 8431 H.W. 22ND PLACE
    furnished, cottage. $250 LIKE NEW CBS $250 insure good neighbors.
    down and( move right In! down and $58 month. Call William H. Miles, mgr Lovely CBS, 2 bedrooms, oak floors, and tile roof.
    Modern furniture and appllanC'ei Jalousied windows, re- for appointment. $12,900 total price.
    finished floors kit-
    Freshly new
    !; painted NEW HOMES
    chen cabinets and fix- 0 --
    and very pretty. Keys at tures. This ,house is like 634-2087 REDUCED PRICE AVENUE
    Life Realty Broker, -4032 6030 N.W. 5TH
    PL 9-4371. brand new. Key at Life
    NW 7 Ave
    Open evenings and Sun- Realty Broker 4932 NW 615 N.W. 47th Street Brand new Sunshine HOMO with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
    days. 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Open 35 p.m. oak floors, tile roof old garage. To see it is to buy it.
    evenings and Sundays.
    ---- 2 bedroom bungalow. 1921 N.W. 50rh Street ---0-

    LIKE NEW CBS. Front porch, NO CLOSING COSTS (Fenced In yard) 1835 N.W. 41st Street
    large fenced yard, freshly 821 H.W.57TH STREET
    painted, refinished floor, tile Modern CBS duplex. Only Next door to YMCA bldg. 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths,
    . roof. Price is $10,000 $300 I $f 00 down and $90 a 2 blocks from school. Ideal Fla ., No Qualifying. CBS, 2 bedrooms, pUs pplla. .s. ,
    month. Live rent free! garage.We
    down and $62 month. Key at 2-bedrooms each side, for family with children. $750 dowa. $7,500 total price.

    Life 7th Realty Broker,4932 N.W. tile roo f. appliances. Can b. bank financed. b.lldto order oa our 0-
    Ave. PL 9-4371.
    Sunday. Open Laree yard fresh paints. Located at 1527 N.W. 58th lots or ,o.n. No money 1300 N.W. 82HD STREET
    Life Realty, Broker. 4932 dowa.
    CORNER DOUBLE LOT! 3- NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. 1521 N.W. 58TH STREETPh. lot. Owner
    Brand CBS 2 bedrooms corner
    bedroom home CBS plus swim- Open Sundays, evenings."ON OX 1-0627
    ming pool. Lovely location, Consult owner for details. Need Money? Coll wants offer. $60 per month pays all.
    near buses, school, shoppingcenter LAKE", new area. o-
    Coll after 5 week-
    p.m. on BARON JE 8-1340
    off NW 36 St. and 17 Large home. 3-bedroom 2 days. We have largest selections of CBS 2 and 3 bedroom
    Ave. FHA $500 down. Call bath magnificent home
    banes in lovely Manor Park.
    on this one. Fenster Realty, garage, reverse cycle air
    Broker, PL 9-8779. rnnd Everything you -
    --- want in home 75x130! : lot..
    I IOF' *
    SPECIAL THIS WEEK!! 3-bed- Drive hv 8811 NW 14th
    room 2 bath huge home. Lot A\ than call Fencer
    100x145. Extra size bedrooms. Rpnltv: Rrokpr PI 9-8779. : DIAL NOW FOR HONEY IN I HOUR W 84977 .

    The location, 25 NW 48 St.
    Open 1-5 p m. Sunday. Fenster 4-BEDROOM CBS. large : SMALL PAYMENTS BROKER THAT WORKS FOR YOU

    Realty, B roker,PL 9-8779. lot FHA. onlv $300 down. : I 1,000 --------$ 20 Month
    Location 15750 NW 18 Pl. 4140 N.W.7TH AVE. Pl4-_
    BRAND Drive bv then call Fen- : $ 2,000.-------------$ 30 Month
    NEW!! Luxury Cbs
    hopes 1965 models, 3-bed- ster Realty, Broker, PL : $10,000 .--.------$100 Month (Open Sunday from 1 p...)

    room, 2 bath, Fla. room, built- 9-8779. '
    in stove, oven. Open for in- LOANS ON VACANT LOTS, HOMES OR ACREAGE

    spection Sunday 1-6 p.m. 1131 ----- let and 2nd Mortgages .
    NW 75 St. Don't miss to see REPOSSESSION! $66 per mo. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
    them. Fenster Realty, Broker, 3 bedroom home, 2 years new.; R. I. Baroa Mortfffs :
    PL 9-8779. Custom oak floors. Full price HOME BARGAINS III!

    $11,100 with $1,000 down.-A.at ; 14535 N.E. 5th Avenue Mortgage Broker :
    INCOME Property. Immediate fast on this great bargain. I Ir
    occupancy. Price $10 500. 1940 N.W. 154th St. City water II II I NO QUALIFYING NO RED TAPE
    2224 N.W. 58th Street. indfA Call JE 1-6902. I
    1152 N.W. 31TH STREETCBS
    BRAND NEW luxurious ,,_ .," '-r r rIDfnPf.nt.ltr.. m"1IIIr'R-: I

    home that has all of the HELP WANTEDD beautician ; < : completely redecorated, oak floors, low
    features the better buyerIs EXPERIENCER ..st ,"Iiyi t..l f T .D I price.

    look.ns for with a new with city Icense. Con- ,.,. "" '<<'3' ,-:'.. '
    k,nd of deal. 1 Mortgage! with city license. Contact ----.l.----- ---- 1786 N.W. 41TH TERRACE
    only! $102.81 month. Mrs. James at Vernes j
    Inspect this beauty per Sun. Beauty Salon 691-9656 or i .1850 N.W. 84TH STREET : 3 bedrooms carport, porch, in like new

    1-5 p.m. at 817 NW 43 St. 621-6807. Junll iI i CBS, tile roof, Fla room, fenced, $250 down, I shape. Large rooms.
    JE 1-6902. The Is
    price 15 :
    lower than you will guess. tact Mrs. James at Vernes I $67 mo. Open Senday. 818 N.W. 11TH STREET
    SINGLE LADY wants --- o --- I
    furnished room in quiet I 2012 N.W. 84TH STREET : Huge 4 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS, (can be duplex) ] [

    SLot Nice location, 49 home in Liberty City.
    29 and 30 Call Willie Lee Jones. I' 3 bedrooms, $68.76 mo. pays all. Big rooms. Move : being painted now.

    Aves. Will build to suit 757-9815 after 2 p.m. I right in. NO QUALIFYING. I 1727 NW. 52ND STREETA

    you.sell call If you us. Also have we a lot build to POSITION WANTED I ___ 0 ___ I real doll house. Small but lovely.I Barbecue,

    and repair. Call NE 33198or YOUNG WOMAN with b2ND beautiful flower
    691-5851. cashiers training wants I 2311 N.W. STREETCBS pool, room.

    Job. 624-9408. tile roof, $300 down, 2 Fla rooms, next to FHA BEAUTY

    BRAND NEW! $495 down. schools. 73.75 a month.FOUR .
    uon't miss this great 1471 N.W. 87th Terrace
    ,RUMMAGE SALE --- 0 ---
    opportunity to own a 3- Kelly's Chapel, 71st and oak floors tile roof $11,500
    bedroom and 2 bath home j BEDROOMS CBS CBS, carport, ,
    for so little cash We defy 15th until Ave.? Saturday May j I total. $350 down, $66 month.
    a.m. ] FHA.
    anyone to heat this: deal. 1760 N.W. 84th Street. $12,500,

    Compare before you buy FOR RENT FOR RENNT DRIVE BY TODAY, then, call TU 7-0403. We 2385 N.W. 82ND STREET

    You any buy house direct new from or lar-old. Free EFFICIENCY water and$16.50 eiectric-wk. have many other, some $100 down. What do y.. 3 bel room CBS, carport, oak floors, tile roof. .

    gest builders. No brokerage itv. Adults only, no pets have fa trade? $400 down, $76 month.
    commissions to pay. Dixie Rental Agency.

    Under construction at the I ITB Allen R. GroowaldOwior
    corner of 51st and 12th 1-REDROOM (urn Adults Grt0r Rutty, Broker
    Ave. Corner 55th St. and only. No pets. $20 week.
    Wh Ave, Call Wynn, JE Dixie Rental Agency.3BEDROOM. 7483 \ broker WI 5.9886.FOR
    1-6902. $lfi week. .
    Dixie Rental 033-2429 alllUllIIIJllaptmml'IIIIIIIIIIIIUIlalIIIIU..u&

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    14 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday Mav 28I 10R5

    I I: ;; n ;;;7 Gs'mRs HS ;o, Civil At Air Bwfor PftrtI T. C W.sImtou 4fs Progran

    Ht "'''''''''I''I' '''II''''#'''' '--'''''''''''' :"1! N In December 1965. studentsof aiD customs, courtesy, and
    BOOKER ; WASHINGTON .. "" .. Miami'Booker T. Washington drill; and receive moral leadership -

    t 15 MI..llls Mak. .1' : High School met with school guidance and, instruct
    Senior FettowsM'p Day will Robert Wilcox and civic
    I be held May 30 at Mt. Zion ': leader Bernard Horowitz to or cadet memberships

    Baptist Church at 3 p.m. The FAA IIU HOlor lollTALLAHASSEE ,.fo\... :' .. ganiu.''one of the first Negro are available 'to young men and

    I seniors have also planned a ,.i.\ ,. cadet 4 tfquadrons. CArs 23. women between the ages of 13

    : combination afternoon boat -The made the honor roll and from year history.: and 18. Cadets wear the Air

    ride and picnic May 29, instead honor roll for the second trimester the freshmen class, 13. Civil Air Patrol is a volun- Force uniform with distinctive

    of the education tour to 1964-65, at Florida Miamians making the honor tary semi militay auxiliary of CAP insignia,'fly in Air Force
    A&M University, lists 162 the United States Air Force planes attend
    Key West..Alumni Day will be roll were: summer encampments -
    held June 1, in the school students whose cumulative Camilla A. Burgohy, Pa- trained and equipped to assist at -AF bases, and com

    : auditorium at 2:30 p.m. averages for the period were.tricia G. S. Due William L. in local and national emergencies. pete for college scholarships,

    ) The Girl Counselors are 3.00 or above, out of a possible Gaston, Yvonne O. S. Greene, KINS MERIT AVARB Membership in CAP overseas trips, and a number

    i striving to be a better organi 4.00. Eunice Holmes James G. is entirely voluntary and members of other CAP.special activities.
    :. zation. New and old mem Members 'of the senior Jordon, Janice Maycock, Cyril Eleanor George, 11, a good 8 neither obligated to enlist The squadron, named after

    ,; bets selected heart sisters as class had the highest number Moss, Kenneth Sims, Robert leader and organizer even at in the Air Force nor exempt !I former President Kennedy, has

    the project for the remaining of honor roll listings with a Smith Francina Tines, JaneA. that early age, has receiveda from military service.:its meetings every' Thursday

    put of the school year. New total of 121. Next were mem- Walker, John Collins, merit sward from the Dairy The purpose of the CAP evening at 7 p>m. at Booker T.
    officers are to be installed ina bers of the junior class with Stanley D. Squire and Gladys Council of South Florida. cadet program is the development Washington High School. John

    special ceremony on June 16. From the sophomore class, Perry.NORTHWESTERN. The daughter of Mr. and of dynami c Americans and F. Kennedy Cadet Squadron invites

    2. The outstanding girl coun- there were 11 students who William George, 2333 N.W. aerospace leaders. Cadets all interested youth to

    selor will also be named at 57th St. is a sixth trader in study aerospace education attend and also any interested

    this time. New officers are Floral Heights Elementary courses, radio operation and adult. For further information

    Gwendolyn Robinson, president STUDENTS School where she has been a first aid; practive survival contact Lt. Robert Wilcox at

    ; Bethsheba Dean, vice ATTEND SYMPOSIUM grade level spelling champ and techniques and ground search the school.

    president! Sheryl Lewis, secretary won the school's art contest. and, rescue procedures; main-, r
    Carolyn Patterson and
    ; Fancy Bannister, She has earned 117 points in
    assistant secretary; Juanita Eugene Smith, students of
    the Good Readers Club.
    Fox, corresponding secretary Miami Northwestern Senior Her
    church is Brownsville
    Linda High School attended the second rA. S
    ; treasurer:
    Baptist where she is active. 1
    Gloria Johnson parliamen- Florida Junior Science
    tarian; Sharon Reddick, chap- Engineering and Humanities Her Saturdays are spent taking

    plain and Cynthia Cochran, Symposium at the Universityof ballet piano and art lessonsat

    reporter. Florida in Gainesville du- the YWCA.

    Students will begin taking ring May 911.Previously. The Dairy Council has a r. 1

    final examinations June 2. in March continuing program to honor

    After taking examinations for Carolyn received several meritorious young people in By Walter Bowe:

    the day students will leave awards for her science project. Dade County. Nominations can

    school.As With the aid of Eugene be sent to Agnes Edwards, The Broward County Republican at 423 N.W. 19th Ave. or by

    a result of Booker T. 9 en Smith and her biology teacher, 1001 N.W. 7th Stet Miami. Committee has calling JA 3-4258 or 522-9890.

    Washington Industrial and she injected developing sea honored T. N. Mandy with a Freedom Fund and NAACP

    Graphic Arts participation in urchin cells into cancerous BUHCHE PARIBLEMENTARY plaque. Mr. Mandy is a resident memberships will be accepted -
    in the 9th annual Merit Awards tissues in rats. The purposeof of Fort Lauderdale: and until June 12. The Branch
    Presentation in IndustrialArt this procedure was to see i
    eill hold
    is a member of the Broward Memorial Servicesfor
    held May 19 at Miami Senior whether the growth of cancer
    Fall pro-school will be County Republican Executive Medgar Evers on the same
    cells could be hindered.
    High School congratulations held day. The time and place of
    For this work she received at Bunchc Park Ele- Committee. He serves as Corn-
    receiving go to abeautiful Peter Knowlesfor trophyfor TOP STUDENT AT BTW second prize from the American mentary School hffcinning August mitt eman for Precinct 35. Mr. the services will be announced

    best in his division. Alsoto Griselda Brown, valedictorian Cancer Society and a check .30 thru .June, 1966. Mandy is 89 years old and has later.

    Registration for fall
    preschool sought to improve the conditions

    Harold Brown, Anthony of this for $25. She also received
    Cole and Isaiah Duggins for year's graduating second prize from the Alpha will be held the weekof of the northwest sectionof The South Broward

    receiving Claques for being class of Booker T, Washington Epsilon Delta Medical fraternity June 14, from :2 to 4 p.m. Fort Lauderdale.' He is one VFW Post. 8195 held Its
    High School, has achieved an This pre-school for installation
    outstanding students at BookerT. of the University of Miami children of yhe pas t presidents of the service Sun.
    enviable number of scholar- who will be six years 1 day. May 16 at 2 p.m. at
    Washington in graphic arts. and an honorable mention from Fort Lauderdale Branch of the
    ships and awards for her scholastic old on or before January 1, 6MO Buchanan St., West
    Congratulations to Juanita the South Florida Science .NAACP which he is still act
    achievements 1967 Hollywood Post
    For for being chosen a member throughout Fair this year. Also selectedto ive in. ..... Mandy is a native Arthur 4997
    the school year and in Registration for the preschool Ziegler installa-
    of the Youth Board attend this symposium
    at was of Central Florida.
    is being held for tion officer.
    Burdines. Juanita is a member previous years. She was rewarded her teacher Mr. Lang Hadley. now
    children who will be six Many comrades from
    of Mrs. for her academic ef- on
    C. M. Johnson home-
    or before January 1 1966.A Homeroom Mothers of 9 inland Opa-locka Post 5693 were
    room. She will be forts by full scholarships from ,
    assigned toa
    Boston DORSEY CLASSES OF A Certified Birth Certifi- Park Elementary, Fort present Including Com
    teenage department dealing University and Antioch is Lauderdale crowned ...... mander Brown
    cate Chaplain
    Required for each ,
    with :' College with : 45 66 TO MEET
    teenagers She will model supplementsfrom ". 0
    Child. : Rose Shellman as "Queen. Emory Gibson and oth-
    the new fashions etc., for the National
    Scholarshipfor All members of the classes Classes will be held daily Mrs. Shellman Is homeroom ers and Mrs. Dames of

    school fashions college for the coming and various Negro Students. Griseldahas '45 and '55 of Dorsey High this sumner and in the fall mother for grade 1-c at Sun- tile Ladles' Auxiliary.

    The B.T.W. Concert Chorale year. accepted the scholarshipto School please be present at from 8:30 to 11 ajn. land Park. Mrs. Susie Womack Post

    presented its annual Boston University where'the following affairs: The public, ij invited to is principal and Robert Smithis No. 5693 held Its
    Musical she plans to matriculate this Saturday. May 29, Party attend the' sixth grade closing installation service FrIday
    on May 25 in the assistant principal, were
    Sale at 7750 N.W. 15th Place. activities'Monday night May night at 8 o'clock.
    school auditorium. Mrs. Mable fall.The among those to congratulate
    Glover conductor. daughter of Mr. and Sunday Mcy 30, final reunion -,31, at 7 in the school cafe Mrs. Shellma. Commander Waddy Gra-
    and Walter
    Mrs. Arnold Brown, Oriselda meeting at 4 p.m.ChryslerPlymouth teria.
    r is particulary proud of the local' Mrs. Henrietta Osborne 511 quartermaster. arrived at
    end of the service.
    honors which she received. The rl.W. 17th Ave.m Fort Ladude

    CARVER HIGH ELECTIONS Surfside Optimist Club of Bay Mays High, Wins First PIac dale became the first personto Commander congratulated Brown by the District was-

    WIND UPA Harbor awarded $500 to Gri have a loan approved at Ft. Commander and

    selda; the Delta Sigma Theta Lauderdale's Newest Savings many others. Mrs. Lemons
    IN Trouble Coitast
    long awaited announcement Sorority presented her a Shooting and Loan. The United Federal president of the

    climaxed the campaigning scholarship of $125 with the Savings and Loan of Broward Ladies' Auxiliary is (/)-
    held recently when Carver added honor of being selectedone Corporation gine. This is considered an County, 3365 N. Federal fly.Mrs. ing a good job.
    High students raced for held its Annual Trouble- outstanding record.Southwest'lligh.
    i of the 123 debutantes. She Osborne owns her own
    offices of Shooting Contest in the South won second
    Student Council also received a book from the trucking business and plansto The beauticians of West
    District at Miami Dade Junior
    president, vice president and "I Dare You" Committee of College place and Hialeah High School improve her home with the Hollywood and Hallan-
    secretary. Also in competition Friday May 21. took third honors. On the writ- loan. dale attended the Orange
    for Louis Missouri. Competing were high school ten performance North Miami Blossom
    were girls the title of Beauticians' con-
    Aside from her academic
    Miss Carver High for the 1965- students enrolled in Automotive- High School won first place. vention which met In
    interests Griselda has also Mrs. Florence Neal, contestant -
    Mechanics from Broward and
    66 school Mays High School having Jacksonville 16
    year.Offering May to
    been in extra- for the Ft. Lauderdale
    active many Dade Counties. The partici-
    an opportunity for won first place in the TroubleShooting 20. From West Hollywood
    curricular activities. Branch NAACP welcomes the
    Among pating schools were Attucks will Mrs.
    the student body to become acquainted Contest representthe were Eleanore Bowe
    with the candidates, them are: the Science Clubof Dillard and Northeast High South District in the Nat- support of all i D her contest.If Mrs. Mlllred James. and

    was,an assembly program con- which she was president; Schools from Broward County. ional contest scheduled to take she is the winner she will Mrs. Fannie Mae Craig;

    ducted prior to elections. Cam- the Junior Heart Association of Dade's representation included place in Detroit Michigan be given a trip to the 58th annual Mrs. Fannie Williams

    paign managers and their can- Miami; the Honor Society; the North Miami High Miami Northwestern during the month of June. NAACP convention in owner of Vogue Beauty

    didates had an opportunity to American Association for the Mays Hialeah and Lionel and Robert will be ac Denver, Colo. June 28 to July Salon Hallandale and

    acquire pre-election jitters for United Nations; and the Latin Southwest High Schools. companied by their instructor, 3. Mrs. Neal may be contacted her co-workers.

    w following the introduction by Club. Lionel Bryant and Robert Mr John Dullard Sr.Sponsoring .
    l the manager the hopeful student Foster made up the team from Mays team was FLORAL HEIGHTSLast number of points in the school

    I presented his plans and Mays High School Accordingto Zack Evans ChryslerPlymouthDealers Wednesday was 380 and 240 respectively.

    \ viewpoint toward the sought-< Chrysler officials Lionel of Homestead. Mr.Awards Day at Floral Heights Members who received
    after office. YOUNG ATHLETIC CLUB and Robert took only 41 minutesto Earl A. Wells is principal of Elementary. All pupils eager- plaques for earning more than

    With'the opening of the 1 MEMBERS SOUGHTEightythousand correct approximately twenty Mays High School.Resists ly look forward to this day 100 points were Luesenda
    malfunctions placed in the en- Bryant, Aldrian Cook, Matthew
    polls at 7:30 a.m. the following even though all individuals do
    day it was a heated battle cards now not receive awards they all Harrell, Cassandra Johnson
    from start to finish as Carver's are being handed out to youngsters share in the happiness of Jennifer King Curtis Lock-
    students cast their ballots for in South Florida en- ....... classmates and friends who hart Roselyn McCray John

    their chosen candidates titling them to membership are the recipients.After Strachan Juanita Reaves

    The "Eleventh Hour" ap- again this year in the Young > V* complimenting the and Willie Ducksworth. For
    proached and was ended when Athletes Club.Sponsored .Nowl ? */*. pupils for their participation in earning more than fifty

    Council President, Mona by the South- the various categories, Mrs. points the following pupils

    Bethelmadethe final announce eastern Florida Dairy Institute, '> G. B. Albert principal proseated received certificates: Charles
    ment. The results were: the cards entitle the holder to Till books Ire tp S. the following: Everett, Priscilla Farrior,

    President-elect-John Arm- free admission to any Miami Plaques and certificatesfor Eleanor George, Diane Hol-

    strong; Vice president-elect- Marlin Ft. Lauderdale Yank ....... .. winning the Grade Spelling man, Wilson Green, Ambro-

    Shirley Harris; Secretary-elect- or West Palm Beach Braves Bee first grade-John Smith; zene Lee, Angela Oliver

    Sheila Burke; Miss CHS-Carla companied a byllagp second grade-Elmer Fuller; Linda Robinson, Delia Tur-
    Sands; 1st attendant-Wanza toiadult, third grade-Pamela Poole; ner, Sandra Turner Michael
    all athletic events
    Anderson; 2nd attendant-Ca- sponsored to the Institute. I fourth grade-Kenneth Tookes; White and Randy Young.
    therine Funchess. Followingthe by fifth &fade-Diane Holman; Awards for library service

    announcements the victors year The four YAC times program the size this it Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE I sixth grade-Eddie Tookes; went to Diane Holman, Dorothea
    School champion-Diane Hol Simmons, Matthew
    were seen being congratulatedby
    was during its premier year
    their opponents. last year is in charge of Willie "MR. JACK" man. Harrell, Lawrence Stewart
    At the inauguration cere- Pastrona, world's former light FOR Winners of the Rock Pit Lucille Smith, Vema Manning

    mony the following day the boxing championand STYLES FOR ALL AGES Slogan Contest were Deborah Eleanor George Ambrozene
    present officers charged the heavyweight I Ann Gilmore, Vernon Yant, Lee, Sandra Grant Bruce Oliver -
    head of the dairyinstitute'syouth The Late in Men's Fashions
    Very Cassandra Johnson Val-
    newly elected ones with their Aloyisus Edwards, Juanita

    duties, and they responded by Recreation development directors program.who SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS Reaves, and Sandra Grant. jane Collingtoh, Priscilla
    The Good Readers Club Farrior, Jojn Strachan and
    thanking those who had sup- would like to have cards for !
    ported them and pledged to fulfill districution can obtain them 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida was well reoresented this Angela Oliver.
    year Trophies were presentedto Plaques and trophies were
    their duties in the coming
    P.O. Box 7306
    from Pastrano
    graciously donated by the
    Nancy Green and Freda
    year Ludlum station Miami. .... Floyd for earning the greatest Range Funeral Home.1j .

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    THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 28, 1965 15

    .. Lw..q The Fourth annual banquet of the North
    ,. ; .
    Spearing with........ n* : ; Dade Thunderbirds was by far the most elab-
    I orate the young school has ever staged.
    1 a
    ; iJS't Sixty-four members of the varsity squad
    \ t received recognition and were awarded a
    r sweater, letter, insignia or certificate at this
    affair, which 'was further prestiged by the
    WORLD' guest speaking of the Miami News sports
    $ writer J.ack Houghteling.
    : : : .
    n= Although North Dade is earmarked 'for
    BY HARRY SPEAR .iiBi is;: e'.t) the county's phase out program, the enthusiasm
    I ''*' _.. x.3o'YA'n"8ik aa.RxJ.2'asr..S.bkx of the athletes is high, which is manifested -

    Two of the Miami Marlins players who by the number of boys who have shown up
    joined the club recently have played with the Correspondence from a golfing friend for spring football practice.
    Marlins before. The two are outfielders Gene (Bernice Cunningham) brings this informa- Gratifying it was to see awards being
    Kerns and John Firenza tion from Chicago: presented for sports that heretofore were an
    'Kerns is .a veteran of ,five years in .t n.e i The Chicago Women's Golf Club an- "anticipated hope for".' Now there is a chancefor
    minor leagues. He started out at Des Moines nounced the date for its Annual Walter these athletes to make good in baseball,

    in the Three-I League in 1960, and played at Speedy Memorial and National Invitational football, basketball, track, swimming or even
    Bakersfield in 1961. While at Bakersfield he Tournament at a Fellowship Dinner in the golf.
    hit .273 and had 48 runs batted in. In 1962, Galley'n Grog Rooms of the Marina City Res-
    Kerns joined the Marlins. He played both the taurant, given in honor of its sponsors, the
    infield and outfield for them, and hit .254. Borden Company, the press and friends who
    Kerns moved to Magic Valley of the Pio- have made contributions to the club's pro- Z
    neer League in 1963, where he led the Pio- gram, and promotion of golf in the United R I

    neer League in batting with a .349 average.He Golfers Association.The .
    also had eight home runs and 51 RBI's. In two-day tournament date is July 17
    1964, Kerns played. with Chattanooga of the and 18 and will be played on the Pipe 'O
    Southern League and at the beginning of this Peace Golf Course. Mrs. Ernestine Harper,
    season he was also with the Chattanooga club. Tournament Director, also announced that
    The second former Marlin to rejoin the Headquarters and all social activities will be
    club recently is outfielder John Firenza. at the Roberts Hotel and. at the Penthouse, DRUG
    Firenza started his professional baseball 6633 South Parkway, Dorchester 3-7000.
    career with the Marlins in 1963. He played in The president, Mrs. Marcis H. Jones' themeof
    42 games for them, hitting .244 and getting the year "Youth and Fellowshib on The
    20 RBI's. After six weeks of the season, Local, District and National Level," was car- T
    Firenza suffered a dislocated shoulder and ried out through the participation of LeonardL. GREYHOUND RACING
    was out the rest of the year. Moots of the Borden Company who is spon-
    Last year Firenza played. at both Spar- soring this golf classic for the fifth year. Mr. POST T/MI
    tanburg and Bakersfield. In 84 games at Moots spoke of fellowship through' giving and 8:00PM.
    Bakersfield he drove in 38 runs and had eight Charles E. Cofield of Akron, Ohio, represented LttOtLS"M4&
    home runs. He joined the Marlins from the Marathon Oil who promoted golf in the "
    Eugene, Ore. baseball club. Midwest District and. assists in the promotionof i.2
    The Marlins have several contenders in the National United Golfers Association
    different categories in the Florida State Annual Tournament to be hosted by the CWGCin
    League. Steve Kolinsky is one of the top bat- 1966.
    ters in the league and he is also near the top _1..I.>>1tfj'U1n lttttntmnlTnmm 11J't." !. 11I111t..f.$. .
    in stolen bases. Gil Pinard, relief hurler who '' 8d'd'il1' 'li lieu
    has come on strong of late, is one of the lead- ,. i
    ers in earned 'run average. Through Monday I'I'ttt
    night, he had an 0.87 EH A. As of last week,
    the Marlins led the Florida State League in ,
    fielding with a .960 percentage. ltar'
    Marlins schedule : Tuesday and Wednes- IIOW
    day, June 1-2 Cocoa. Thursday and Friday, fm DOUBLE
    June*3.4- Orlando.

    Manny De Castro _
    who is doing a tre- ;t

    mendous job as traffic TOMORROWSemifinals
    director at the Mar-
    lins' free parking lot,
    was the former featherweight -

    .j champion of Mrs. Ann Gregory, holder of a 2 handicap -
    U S. Navy Seabees, competitor in USGA tournament and 3
    also worked with the times winner of the NGA tournament, was $5,000
    Cincinnati Reds for honored by her club for her achievements. Al
    ,,19 years, a security Avant made the presentation.The .
    officer in Tam p a CWGC' consists of 50 women who Championships

    where he received are engaged in civic, social and community
    a many plaques for his activities, and sponsor a group of 30 young-
    good work, was givena sters known as the Bob-O-Links Jr. Golf Club.
    testimonial dinner About 35 members play competitive golf and
    before leaving thereto represent the CWGC in most of the tourna-
    join his daughterhere ments of the Midwest District and National
    who has residedin UGA Tournament. Seven 25-Year members
    Carol Gables for a make up the advisory board, a place of honor -
    number of years. Man- for 25 or more years of service.
    R { ny has been honoredby
    the Mayor and
    Commissioners of Tam- CLAY TOO FAST, TOO YOUNG
    and over. He
    pa was Sonny Liston "for whom the bells
    loves baseball.
    tolled" after sixty second of the first roundof
    Jay Spencer, expert photographer for the Maine Mismatch Tuesday night.
    Marlins and head of the Miami Daily News
    there is some doubt as to Liston's age being
    staff of photographers and Florida State and skeptics began to unreel their long line of
    League, never misses a Marlin game, accom- propaganda as to what the results should
    panied by his beautiful wife and son, who is
    have been, whatever the pros and cons may
    bat boy for the Marlins. come up with it is a fact that Liston was
    again Clay's victim in his second attempt to

    : WIOI..f MI'.'.'. prove prodigy.himself invincible against the youthful

    I Giving Clay a lot of credit for being a

    i Stikts it: Fkfkr Sitinliy i !; classy fighter, he was undoubtedly aided by
    ,: being Liston's junior, an admitted 8 years, I
    L'."- ,, ; .'.1-- ..<: 4" ,..... ..' .m f/' ,?" is some doubt as to Liston's age being more
    Second round in the 15,000 Memory and 'and''Terry Stutz' Western Stroemer more than 31. He certainly looked the part of 1 ,
    Marathon Championship Stakeat Fleece and Originala. Terry an older man in the ring with Clay. 1 0 pR
    the Flagler I ennel Club If
    Stroemer and Western Fleece There are many actions and circum-I
    comes quartet up of Saturday with a toured the 7/16ths mile stances that bear the resemblance of a fix. but I
    running course in 46.0 each, with In should it be thought because.a fight ends
    stars from the Les Cole and Original recording never
    Happy Stutz Kennel as the Memory efforts.and Winners received quickly it was fixed, the intentions of every srRisirvatlons-
    likely favorites after brilliant 46.1 is to his surely and
    8 points each toward a spotin fighter stop opponent as
    first-round performances last the finals. quickly as possible, there is never a time limiton

    week.With the original field of Others qualifying with forSaturday's this intent. Therefore the very purpose ofa 4448401KINNIl
    32 now reduced to 16, the each semifinals were Charming fight would be destroyed if the fighters pur-
    marathoners will go to the six Tears points, Mac's Lamb, Our Rae posely prolonged the combat. This would truly
    Post in two separate races Rae and Nopal Star. Earningfive take the nature of a fix.
    over the 7/16ths mile course Woodridge,
    points were
    Saturday and the competitionIs ClUB
    Pila and ColorBook
    Gold Stamp
    expected to be fierce. and scoring four each 37th AVINUI AND 71k ST.NOITHWIST .

    Winners in the qualifying were Junction Joe, Alderway, Try Our Classifieds Mo m MM1fN
    Magic and Vivified.
    round were Les Cole's In Jack


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    16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, Max 28, 1965

    r I; + People.IOOADDUUI -- .rrI, Rights Bill 77-19

    .... .... .... __ ... ,
    8119"\ Tt. \10> ; -- """' n.
    \ Places The Senate passed the the Selma. Ala., aemon- H action n''ii' is. expected were Spessard Holland
    voting rights bill 77-19 on stratlons and passagewas next month. D.Fla): John stenni: rr.
    y Wednesday aftere five assured Tuesday after The primary aim of the M'qs' ; Uster Hill (D.Ala)
    Things. weeks of debate. The the Senate voted 70-30 to bill is to suspend literacyand Spn. Holland took a dts-'
    ) _. action was urged by put its debaUn -Umiting similar voter nualifisation mal l view of thp passage
    Lawrence B. Cooper l uu' President Johnson to pre- cloture Into effect. tests In southern of the' bill and among
    By vent denial of voting The bill now goes to states. and to make it rv hA" things. predictedthat
    1 MIAMI! BUT IT'S MY rights because of race or 'the House where a similar possible: to appoint federal "It Is going to result
    l TOWN M"' "*. nlmos and the hip- color. measure has already examiners to regis- In violence just as sure as
    We don't get over to stprs jargon of that time. The bill was submittedto been approved by the ter voters. I am here (In the Sen-
    Miami was consideredon Congress In mid- Jirdlclarv Committee. Among Southern Senators ate).
    Miami (CND) Central Negro -
    the ball. Many people March at the height of opnOR'nq the bill
    ; very came to fabulous Second
    t The last time we cruised Avenue to wallow in its
    through this area (where nefarious notoriety. This
    : we spent our childhood "Avenue of the South"
    'r man and hoy) our heart had made and broken Join the NAACP
    bled. The Miami as we EDISON
    t. many of our businessmenand Specials
    : knew her as a kid is vir- entertainers. And
    tually a ghost town now. now this once beautifuland
    Progress has made her so. carefree dame of the

    this When section one once travels referredto thru and 20's bare.and Her 30's garment Is haggard of Brand New Ho..sllll!!!! OPEN SUNDAY AFTER 3 P.M.

    as "Little New York", silky satin Is ragged and
    one would be astonishedat torn. 45 N.W.48TH STREET
    the vast changes. On
    6th Ave.. especially it Despite her there tawdy appearance -. $300 down, FHA. CBS, Fla room, garage, fire place,
    1228 N.VL
    looks like Hiroshima after Her rebulldin and tf No closing costs.
    the great explosion beautification by expert 1730 N.W. 7STH TERRACE
    4401 N.W.15TH AVENUECBS
    I it.
    really, mean Progresshas technicians In
    come to Miami prop gress. $595 DOWN PAYMENT AND UP
    er. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths corner. $300 down. FHA.
    The North-South expressway will lady and be a follow more the sedate pattern 3 bedrooms, 2 tile !balks, 0... and rouge, choice of No closing costs. Tile roof. 2 kitchens.

    has condemneda of her surburban sisters :-, tile roofs. On 50 and 75 foot lots. Carports Best -- 0 ---
    portion from 29th St. and become a beauty financing!!! DRIVE BY THE FOLLOWING THEN SEE EDISON:
    to 5th St. along 7th to 6th again minus her once dilapidated -

    Aves. Renewal The proposed Urban exterior. Mav WE WILL BUY YOUR OLD HOUSE FOR CASH 1 38 N.W., 47th Terr. CBS, Fla room, garage. No
    program she reign as MiamI.
    will take over and con- Town! qualifying. $80 Month.
    demn n greater portion my Despite the disparaging FORD REALTYIHC. Broker 2-91 N.W. 46th St. 3 bedrooms, CBS, garage,
    from 6th Ave. eastward.
    Dining room.
    remarks we may: !:seem to Ho qualifying.
    Boy and man Miami'sCentral
    Negro: Districtwas make about Our Gal. she 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 6354595JET 3 6930 N.W. 6th Ave. CBS Duplex$300down,

    our playground. With has nroducfd snore on ooooooo FHA. Only 4 years old. No closing costs.
    standing men and
    all Its filth three-room -some who have lingered women! 4 495 N.W. 41st St. Corner. Fla room plus
    shacks dirty alleys rod-
    ents and other vermins. to Wattle the unse3m'n7b'! jalousied porch. $200 down FHA. No closing
    We lived through it all. odds against!: them n n 'l 1 costs. City sewers, fire place.

    There wasn't any so- lon many< others since who departed h P v t"* CLINK: : 5 1474 N.W. 83rd Terr. $75.10 month pays everythl.g. .

    called residential areas. spek greener pastures. TV ; $250 down, FHA. CBS, Fla room No
    Those who could afford }' ,}ti i
    Those who have remained ::tt"', : ,". /}
    the better type homes >WVMVW "MW. % built them semi- are doing a good fob "
    squalor and raucous among neighborhoods along' with adopted sisters' HOME SERVICE CALLS $1.00 6 4201 N.W. 11th PI. 4 bedrooms, W} bath, fine for

    store front, next churches to garages.and and "brothers the young to, frivolous rehabilitate Day or Night large family, jalousied porch. $500 down Flu "

    hlne selling: houses." maid of the twenties and w. Service All fcUkee .,
    Second Avenue, as one thirties. She will be "trin-
    ped of her rails and redressed HI-FI's and STEREOS
    Miami Times columnist
    referred to it sometime w. Ala Real
    ago, was like the great fineries that even those SUNDAY
    White Way of New York who foresook her may TVs by the week or month, .
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    ,blinking rlalm her as MIAMI ,, ',''' +' ''.'- '- '' "" I
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