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: July 9, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00028321:00372

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,.' and Heights pa I. "refused to meet their demands Gordon/ 'motioned- r-the Richmond Heights -Elementary -
.".. change ilt' Wednesday'" School.Or .
',. .led l hv Mrs..lohnnk' that it halt construction *
."", ,>I' and meeting hut it died f call in Dr. Martin
,'ir' ,J' '<; 4"1" ( Mr=- Vivian of a segregated o r
( :- \:. will !meet Thursday school and build an integrated lack of a .ec'oncl, Luther King and his!
\:\" .'. i.<;., tu deride what no- school for the At the meeting the Southern Christian Lear-
; ',, :.: take now that children Instead. residents will take one of ershlp Conference officials -
School Hoard has Board member Jack two rtepHave the Kl.i. to come to Dade
I Chapter of the American\ County and help organize
r Civil Liberties Union to protest against the hoard.
.I file !suit for an Injunctionto
AL' I >vtt! construction of the (See earlier story below)

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; At a meeting-'Tuesday the parents met 'with

about 40 residents of four board members I
Richmond Heights pro- Chairman Jane S, RoberUiv I
tested the decision of the G. Holmes Braddock. Jack
___ Dade School Board to cut D. Gordon and Mrs.
) ___ $585.000 from its budgetby Helene J. Vosloh.
dropping plans to Attending the meeting
build Colonial Drive Ele- along with several enD
mentary School. members were Bishop
Alk ut 1,400 residentsof James Duncan, CRB
chairman, and Ernest
the community signed
,.,:tfI VIVIAN OREEN MRS. JOHNNIE M. PARRIS petitions requesting that Lent, Its executive secre-
the integrated school be tary. They took no standon
constructed as originally the issue.A .
is Auto Victim planned, said Mrs. John- number of white and
nie Parris, a spokesman Negro civil rights leaders
North Dade home in Opa Lock and die(J for the group. appeared in support of
the first traffic fatal at Cloverleaf lIos pital at 1 Mrs. Parris said the the Richmond Heights
the Fourth of July a.m. Saturday. parents favored scrappingthe group. Among them were
According to Sgt. Robert construction of Rich- representatives of the
Leonard De Pair to Shepard, of 16520 NW Senk, a Sheriff's Department mond Heights Elementary NAACP, CORE the Fla.
I was struck by a Investigator, thegirl was School, which began last Civil Liberties Union and
after 11 p.m. Fri- walking east on NW 166th St. week. the Southern Christian
Miami Beach Symphony walking near her near 22nd Court with a friend. She said it will be a Leadership Conference.
segregated school, because After a lengthy discussion -> t Leonard DePaur, who the -Sleeping: ae Us site, just north of pro and, con, Mrs.
4 gained fame with! his Infantry Tchalkowsky and- Richmond Heights""Junior".Robe fs" told the Rich-
Chorus and as "Bolero.". is' Try to BurnSt. High is entirely within mond Heights parents
musical director of Moss DePaur studied the Negro cc nmunity.In that a crucial questionnow
Hart's "Winged Victory," the an informal session is how much it will
Julliard School in
will conduct the fourth York, then in 1943 Augustine Home arranged by the Metro cost to shift constructionfrom
Summer "Pops" concert as Associate Community Relation Board one site to the other.
Sunday, July 11 at Miami the Hall Johnson Lucille Plummer,
Beach Auditorium at 8:15p. : a Musical Director of the St. Aug- ,
m. Federal Theatre branch: of the
DePaur, who will be the (Negro), and as a Christian Lead-
first Negro to conducta director and con'M Conference said
Summer "Pops" concert ten Broadway shows. tried to burn i
here, will lead the Miami her home Tuesday
Beach Symphony in a lIe sprang 'Into by setting a fire
varied program with Inez minence as musical a 100-gallon liquid
Matthews, soprano and tor for the Moss Hart tank.
George Marshall baritone, duction "Winged fire was out before
both Negroes. as soloists, and stayed with it f any damage, Fire k
and the new Summer Broadway through R. M. Hall said but
"Pops" Chorale will be making, recordng and Plummer had .,..
heard. He also organized and to give authori-
Featured in the evening'smusic ected the DePaur information or _
will be Kurt Weil's Chorus, which gave _
"Lo t in the Stars," a concerts in the U.S.. Hall said the
beautiful but seldom heard da, Latin America, "definitely set by t "-
musical show from the and the Orient. Also ," and that he r 'r
book "Cry, the Beloved chorus made 10 ask the state fire _
Country" by Alan Paton, for Columbia to investigate
with words b y Maxwell and made numerous arson. p pr'I'I'a t t
Anderson. Weill, famed as and TV reporting it. Mrs. ,
the writer of "Three Pen- conjunction with the said the fire :. % ;
ny Opera," which contains His many-faceted out while she and
"Mac the Knife," has sel- has included recent and "a white
dom had "Lost in the with the DePaur id: a part of our ,.
Stars" produced, but it is choral director for tutoring pro. .HW
known to be replete with tyne Price's RCA watched television
melodic moments. recording of "Great of her home. J+-
DePaur will open the ments from Porgy ball" or some- .
program with the "Over- Bess," conducting similar filled with t M i
ture to William Tell," Ros- orchestra of been placed under 3 ?> 1Y,
sini, followed by a Fanta- Philharmonic Hall N and burning fags AM1 1 X R I
sia from Puccini's "La York, it, said Mrs. !- ,1.
Boheme," and the "Car- for commercial Neighbors .- _ ;
put out the fir
men" Sulte-of Bizet. tions for ad agencies e
"Lost in the Stars" will the last year concert singed palm trees
make up the middle sect- which have Included damage to
stone home.
ion of the evening and final Canada and Africa and
section will include"L making of a new t f
Vie Parisiene," Offen- release! "Dances
back-Dorati Faltz from featuring Creole folk

hat the current t -
of the Mississip 'hi ...

Cops Ordered fewer than is 6 Illegal% of

Ij.isstsst"t >> ,? <-"" voters.Negroes

iRterfeiin ;: MFDP has also

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NEW ORLEANS, La. eluding 20 persons voter registra- BtraudVs representatives for Miami's third ..Invitational Bowling Tow mo...t
The U. S. Fifth Circuit the morning the was attempting of the Americas are (I I. to r.) Hank Corrado, Sylvia Bordgett, Alice Bailey and Sonny Furbert.
was handed down.
Court of Appeals has ordered federal regis- 17. ear-old bowler of the 'fotr-membtr teain 192 ke is
Jackson Miss policemen Most of those the 1965 vot- Sonny, a top singles sports a average;
to stop interfer- are members of the also the winner of' the Island's Bleed classic earlier this ,.ar. Sixteen countries are entered -,,
ring with peaceful dem- sissippi Freedom in tie event sponsored jointly by the City of Miami and Metropolitan Dade County and
onstrators. cratic Party (MFDP) is sanctioned by the Americonjfawling Congress. The four-day tournament beginning Thursday -

were More arrested than 900 before people the litical state-wide party interracial organized to Vote July 8 at 6:30 p... at Cloverleaf Lanes, 17601 H.W. Second Ave., provides a special

court's order June 30. in- year. The MFDP spectator section with admission, programs and parking free throughout the tournament.


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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, .July, 9, '1965 .

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Inc one of the country's fore- trlcted, headed, by George.' 1 r r ....f-1 for courses at Mar
most service clubs, has selected Utendahl. Training Institute at 7790
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7th Avenue.
Human Relations" as the wail be laying'out the welcomemat I I ( by Ann Jackson) The school which has accommodations 1I
theme'of its 25th Annual ConJ for its fellow Frontiersman for 100 students I
venton! at New York City'/ who will be departing \1 is the only government ap-
plush Waldofr-Astoria Hotot<< from 75 cities and British proved cashiering school in
July 20-24, according to an Guiana for the "eventful ----" Miami The MTI operates in
announcement by Clarence A. 'week." More than 250 dele- major cities throughout the
Do ckens, 'convention chair- gates and visitors are anti- As they say in the song: "This is the start of something country.50
man and international 3rd cipated. new"
vice president.. Mr. Dockensis Among noted figures ap- What I mean is that we have been given the wonderful
also Commissioner of Records pearing on the busy slate will opportunity of meeting you on a weekly basis through this
for the City of Phila- be the Honorable Hobson new column TRIP TIPS. We will try to pass along meaning-
delphia. Reynolds of Philadelphia full parcels of information deisgned to make your travel
The five-day session Grand Exalted Ruler of the planning easier more interesting and-most of all-money X i
kicks off Tuesday, July 20th Improved Benevolent Protec- saving.In. F I
with President Marcus Neus- tive Order of Elks of the the weeks to come, we will be telling you about DOROTHY F. W1LBURN
tadter. Jr.. of New Orleans. World: who will preside over bargain budget tours where to find rock-bottom off-season North Dude Huh I
La., at the helm. While the the President's Banquet resort rates and how to save time and money in arrangingyour r iXI4'V
organization of some 3,000 Thursday evening; Attorney travel itinerary.As .
Negro busines and profes- Vibert Lampkin, solicitor of an example have you heard about the new fly'drive +
sional leaders will lay the the Supreme Court of British travel plan? Major U. S. airlines have worked out an agreement
groundwork for Civil Rights Guiana and an officer of whereby you can rent a car at your flight destinationfor
activity in the forthcoming Frontiers there, who will pre- only $99 a week with no mileage charge.
12-month period the broad sent the main address; An- Did you know that Congres is almost certain to approve
area of human relations, as thony Rachal. director of Em- President Johnson's proposal to limit Americans' duty-free
the theme appropriately suggests ployee Utilization, U.S. De- purchases abroad to $50 retail, which would be a 597o re- '
will be explored fully. partment of Labor, and Ran- dution from the present allowance. { : <, < 1it"l
Mr. Neust d ter, dall Tyus special assistantto ,', >;; ,'
a public Maybe you're a businessman planning a trip to Britain? ,
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It may interest you to know you can purchase "Master ,
Business Administration.Top
executive and staff corres- Tickets" for the London transport system' at $8.50 for seven
pondent for a daily newspaper, social attraction is thePresident's days of unlimited travel. PATRICIA SAUNDERS
also indicated that for the Ball scheduledfor Have you been told about the latest hotel rate bargainin North Dade High BRENDA MILLER
first time since Frontiers was Friday evening. A cocktail Jamaica W.I.? You can stay at the plush SheratonKinston Northwestern HighO'idnu I
founded in 1936 at Columbus, sip starts the "socialban" Hotel right now for only $9.75 per day
"Ohio by President Emeritus rolling Tuesday evening You may be surprised as well, to learn that Eastern
followed by a get-together
Nimrod Allen the entire geographical Airlines will give you 7 days-afull week-in Miami for as
structure of the or- other party activities.a teenage party among little as $22.50 per person (air fare additional), including 1 '

hotel accommodations big-name entertainment and around '
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transportation.Ever .
I heard of Interm edic? It's a new low-cost member.
Miami Youths Enter Air ForceFrom ::Saturday 10
ship plan under which travelers overseas may obtain price- : :July
fixed medical attention from selected English-speaking :
the U. S. Air Force Carolina State College. physicians. :
Home Town'News Center, San Airman Dennis E. Wallace Did you know that out of a staggering 100 million : FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Antonio. Texas, come the son of Mr. and Mrs. George N. pieces of baggage handled by U. S. domestic airlines last :
name of some of Dade's young Wallace of 15822 N.W. 159th year over 99%,were delivered to arriving passengers with- : Artificial Arrangements Potted Plants
men who have recently com- St. Road, Opa Locka, is a out serious delay? Funeral Arrangements Our Specialty"A
pleted basic military training, 1963 graduate of North Dade Have you heard about the new "circle trip" air fare :
and have been selected for Senior High. from California? If you have a friend planning a cross- :
technical training at LacklandAir Airman Ronald L. Rahming country flight from the West Coast, he can also visit Puerto : Visual Message with Flowers
Force Base, Texas. They whose parents Mr. and Mrs. Rico and Miami for only an extra $35-a saving of more than : the -' CorsagesFor
are: Abraham Rahming live at 2550 $70 below the regular fare. Discriminating
Airman John T. Bennett, son N.W. 155thTerrace, Opa Locka All it takes is a visit to an American Airlines sales
of Mrs. Gloria Bennett of 2422 graduated from North Dade High office to obtain a handy little booklet entitled "Tips on Lowrie's Flower Garden
NW 48th St., is a 1964 grad- in 1963. Making Your First Air Trip." The eight-page brochure offers

uate School.of Northwestern High Airman George L. Minns advice on' much travel topics as where to go. what to wear, 6030 NW 7th AvenuePHONE
attended Mays JuniorSeniorHigh how much luggage to take and details of the flying business.
Airman Howard T. Bellamy, School. His parents are So the above dear reader, is the kind of informationwe
whose father Benjamin J. Bel- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Minns will bring to this column each week. We hope that you 759-9168 NO ANSWER CALL NE 4-5301 {
lamy, resides at 3802 Oak of 10700 SW 222nd Drive. will find it interesting, informative and financially worth- 'IIIII"II"'III "I'IIIIII"IIIIIIIIIII""tt'SOUTH
Ave., is a 1964 grad of Carver Airman Eddie McKay Jr. while.
High School.
is a 1964 graduate of North-
Airman John Reynolds, western Senior iii&h. His DADE NEWS
whose mother Mrs. Leler Reynolds -
guardian is Mrs. Thelma Wil-
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62nd Terr., is a graduate of Airman George E. Carter's nie T. Harris have guests I BANK 'TIL 5 P.M.
Northwestern High School mother, Mrs. Doretha Carter, from Orlando spendng the
class of 1964. resides at 11925 SW 215 St., week with them. They are
Airman Herman Williams Goulds. He is a graduate of Mrs. Greata Mosely and I
son of Mrs. Ora B. Bendros of daughter. '
Mays High School and also attended -
2365 N.W. 68th St., is a 1961 Miami-Dade. Junior AT
graduate of NorthwesternHigh College. Mr. and Mrs. M. J, Hol-! .
and has attended South Its and daughter: arespending : :

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 9, 1965 3

SOMETHING TO ,..,. ,, ,l'
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""""' -' The Elite Club
proudly -
Denver, Colo..=Announcement for being forced to'begin a de- 'borFi races to assume theii r "An Evening With Florence" presents
by Roy Wilkins, execu "
segration program. responsibilities for uplifting
(Mrs. Florence Brown
tive director of the National Mr. Wilkins that
emphasized the Mr. Wilkins
Negro poor
Hall). It will, be an entertain-
for the Advance-
Association the call was clear. "The stated that the "NAACP, the
ment of Colored People, that principal task of the NAACPand pioneer in battling against ment in a dramatic recital.
membership in the association of all other civil rights oppression and hopelessness, This unforgettable performance -
showed an increase of 44.6 advocates is to see that all is better prepared today thanat will beheld Wednesday
July 14 at Brownsville Junior
per cent over that of this timea provisions of this Act are any time in its history to
'High School convening at. 8p.m.
year ago, brought enthusiastic made to work on the problemsthat discharge its responsibility." .
cheers from the nearly brought the legislationinto Concerning the present em-
"Florence" has
2,500 delegates and friends being" he stated. phasis on political action, he given recitals -
who attended the opening ses- For the first time since warned that "the NAACP must the following places:

sion of the 56th annual NAACP 1956 when the NAACP was not dull the edge of the political Rhode Island Massachusetts,
convention here, June 28. barred by state injunction from weapon by twisting it to Connecticut, New York,Michigan M.sw

The six-day convention was operating in the State of Ala- partisan purposes While :Tesax, Kansas, and. now.
welcomed to Denver, where it bama, delegates from 23 every NAACP member and for the first time in Miami.

had met once before, 40 years NAACP branches in that state officer is free to wqrk for and &6- _, '-, FLORIDA MEMORIAL GETS GULF GRANT I
ago, by Mayor Thomas 0. were able to attend the convention to vote for the man or party of Florida Memorial College, Pictured above at the

Currigan and Nathan Walker, On behalf of the en- his choice, the NAACP branch, St. Augustine, has been check-presentation ceremonyon
general chairman of the 1965 tire Association, Mr. Wilkins as an organized body, shouldbe awarded a $1,000 grantinaidby the FMC campus are, left
convention planning committee. welcomed back those "re- non-partisan and should 1.t the Gulf Oil Corporation. to right J. D. Sanders St.
Due to flood conditionsin presentatives long absent refrain from endorsements of Purpose of the grants as set Augustine Gulf sales representative

the state, Gov. John A. from our midst." The dele- candidates," he said. forth by Gulf, is "to improvethe ; R. W. Puryear pr.,-
Love was unable to attend gates marched to seats of economic well-being of sident of the college; FrankT.
the opening session. honor in the front of the aud- In conclusion.. Mr. Wilkins privately operated colleges Odum regional sales representative -
The 44.6 per cent member- itorium to a song music and stated that although "we are and universities and to assist from Atlanta; andF. l

ship Increase Mr. Wilkins lyrics by Gloster B. Current today nearer our goal than them in the preservation of E. Puckett St. Augustine
said in his keynote address NAACP director of branchesand ever before the new day their independence and Gulf distributor.
"does not include gains in field administration. brings new problems, new operation."
members in membersa attention Presi- challenges. demands greater
youth or Calling to p4'r I
large. Life membershipsalso dent Johnson's historic speechat vision and more refined more
have increased and re- Howard University June 4, honest and more compassionateskills. 1A the past weeks a groupof before leaving.
received an extraordinary boosta when the President urged ." young men perfected an organization This group is appealing to
few days before conventiontime 1 t'P! x which is called the all young men of moral character -

of $45,000 from Detroit.If Junior Finley Wilson Club with to join in. The group's
this late- is maintained we Miami ki. the expectation that this name full intention is to have a
Attorney Says Jury
will be well over the half- will become final. complete set-up of 4dor( 50

million membership mark on VMrs Sam McCall, grand travel- young men within the next
next December 31. ling deputy of the IDPOEW met three weeks.. Mr. LeRue Ford,
"In Freedom Fund contri- Selection Unconstitutional the group at the past conven- chairman, is now seeking a
butions from branches the tion and spent some time with central location where tfkte I
1965 convention figure showsan gress on a national Jury them hoping that he could pre- meetings will be held. I
BOSTON. Mass. The
increase over the same selection law. sent them to the Grand Lodge
the American is I
way jury
figure in 1964 of 67.4 per selected today is unconsti- Many states today do
not have a true cross-sec- I
tutional, the head of the
Unique among civil rights 20,000 member American tion of the public repre- !
sented in the Jury box : "
Pointing '
organizations leader asserted the the Associa-NAACP Trial has Lawyers declared.Association because of archaic meth- For ,

tion derives its funds princi- ATL President Bill Col- ods of Jury duty. Many end Sand :Blasting
Juries are selected pre- --"' -- I
from its members
pally i
across son of Miami Fla., madea dominantly from the eld-
the While contribu- Cassie Abrams of
nation. public demand in a erly to make up lost pay," Inside & Out Paper HangingAll I
tions from well-wishers are speech before the Ho- Colson said."Many 1820 N.W. 58th St. is Nassau
welcome he said "the mem- ward University Law states do not al- bond aboard the popular Types of Home Repairs

bers of the NAACP form the School in Washington D. .low Negroes to serve on cruise ship Bahama Star sail- ADDITIONS: Room, Patio, Swimming Pool, New
. solid base of NAACP financial C., that the jury selection Juries, except through a ing from downtown Miami.
Windows and
support." system b e revamped token effort to attempt to Pier 3, to Nassau Bahamas. Storm Shutters.
Since Its founding in 1909 throughout the United achieve constitutionality," Shopping swimming and sight-, LICENSED & INSURED WE FINANCE
the NAACP has been "the States to meet full Con- Colson emphasized. "Ne- seeing during the day-night
real radical in the civil lights stitutional requirements groes now have the rightto clubbing in fine hotels and CALL JOHN McARTHUR PL 8-6845
fieldi', -Mr., Wilkins asserted.' "of tiny defendant' or plain- vote right to education native clubs-enjoying the
"The only radical idea in this tiff to the "right to b e right to serve on the Bahama Star's fine food and OR
century has been introducedand tried by one's peers. Jury." entertainment-with the ship J. T. JOHNSON 634-8410

championed by the NAACPWe "Under our Constitution Colson urged trial law- tied right at the dock in down-
have never (wavered. We a ''person has the yers, law school graduates town Nassau. TO PLEASE
wanted integration in 1909;' rights to be tried b y a and civic leaders
we want integration in 1965." Jury of his peers, but thisis throughout the country to
Noting that compliance with not happenng in many Join in an offensive to insure .,

the- Civil: fights,.Act, of, .1964 states, spe.clallY.1n cer- passage of a pending I
"has been good but'.spotty,". tain'sections" 'of' the coun- bill before Congress. The
the NAACP leader said that try, Colson'said. bill would require all nat FOR THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATESCALL
in some localities "all or most Colson followed his demand ionalities, all races all
of the Negro teachers are with the appoint- colors, all religions, and
being discharged in spiteful ment of a committee of all economic strata to be I
eminent trial lawyers assigned represented on Jury
to in
moves compensate part
to work with Con- els. BONDED

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a- Notice Under Fictitious j p ,?

GIVEN that the undersigned I

3 desiring to engagein I

= fictitious business CENTERVILLAKINDERGARTEN name under of the II'I'. j AGENCY, INC.

at number 5861 NW 17th

What exhilaratingsummer Miami Fla. intends to

register the said name AGENCY IN THE SOUTH; OPERATING IN
with the clerk of the Circuit I HON.
did Court of Dade County -
Dated at Miami Florida, PRESIDENT

the 18th this 2nd daAMES .


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by a U expensive to help us stop this unn.c.ssary.vIt. ,
it for 196 years. It's still tl."u"dAdcfltIOfl'
C.A. Lo'ekhort, Public Relations Director
best-seller there. And here. .. ea..t Us Demolish I

In fact, throughout the DI UED Your Worn OetthirstytvorldLetGordon's
Lovely Now Homo
exhilarate during summer's .. Call U. for About
you ::.':. = Fact 17325 Homestead *'..
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dog days. See for : ::; Building 5-3553
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yourself why the English .S':7..c;: Good Bank Financing ,1019 Hommandvill. Rd. 1675 H.W. 62nd St. OX 6-2467
3801 Grand| An. HI 5-1381
the noonday
can brave sun. Pompano WE 3-3235
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July ,,


Independence Day or days' celebra- SUMMER "POPS" CONCERTSAT
tion is over. We are back at work. Now we can
, add the costs of these days of fun for the MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM

most up of us. However there are 542 deaths' to. SUNDAY, JULY II AT 8:15 P.M.

E. SIGISMUHD REEVES, Editor and Publisher mourn. There's no doubt that some of these
\ GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor people could have been living today. LEONARD DE PAURGuest
I The automobile, as always, took its toll.
Member of the Notional Newspapers Publishers Association Conductor
and safety
warnings given
There were
SUBSCRIPTION RATES methods suggested. Just how many harkened GEORSHALL
ONE YEAR $5.00. SIX MONTHS $3,00 FOREIGN $6.00 that this INEIS 1JHEWS -
will not be known, but it's 'too ariton.
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post annual event that brings happiness to so many FEATURING
Office at Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876.
ends the happiness of so many others. KURT WEill'S "LOST THE STARS"And

,\ Office at 6740 NtW. 15th Avenue Phone OX 10421 Remember the warning. Drive safely, be Selections, Iron Rossini, Blast, Puccini
If drink, don't Offenbach Dorotl I, Tchoikowsky and Ravel
, "CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" courteous. Here's a special: you ,
" The NEGRO PRESS believes that America con best lead drive and if you drive don't drink. TICKETS $1 TO $3 ON SALE AT AUD.
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accords This warning, if taken seriously every day,
to every man regardless of race, creed or color his BOX OFFICE PHONE 5310477WOOLWORTHI
human and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no M n-th. will save many lives.
Negrop;..* strives to help every man In the firm belief that
.all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held bock

Dade County's School Board is endeavoring -
MIXED MARRIAGEThe to straighten out its financial problem.

general convention of the Church of Under consideration is using 100 of the 250 I

Christ with 723 delegates present had its say assistant principals as teachers since they have

in Chicago, on Monday, concerning a resolu- already signed 1965-66 contracts they will be
tion for repeal of laws banning such mar- paid the higher salaries. Abolishing the officeof

riages. Churches and members were urged to assistant principal was also mentioned.

work for equal protection under the law and Other cuts that might be made include ESKIMO

the ,repeal of all 'racially discriminatory laws curtailing the Educational TV program o n

such as laws prohibiting marriage across racial Channel 2.Governor.
lines and racially discriminatory immi-

gration .laws. Haydon Burns promises to sign BREEIi BOX

The resolution, also asked churches and the legislature's congressional redistrictingplan.

church institutions to hire workers including .

,ministers, without regard to race, to do busi- However Dade' County has offered an alternative -
ness only with companies which have fair em- plan claiming that the legislature'splan

ployment policies; and to see if their fundsare is unconstitutional.Dade's A

invested in corporations with similar prac- plan calls for 32 senators and 68 I

tices. representatives. This has been submitted to

The churches are asked to support inte- the U. S District Court. We must wait for

grated education, equal employment oppor- their decision. Keeps a room

tunity, equal access to housing and each
Church which has not done so was asked to From Selma, Ala. comes news that the cool as an igloo
acknowledge it is open to all who can qualify Dallas County Grand Jury has indicted the t
for membership. Rev. F. D. Reese on a charge of embezzlementof
funds donated to the city's Civil Rights
The action of the convention is
not bindingon
Movement. Rev. Reese was president of the t
congregations. The church has member-
Dallas County Voters League and an ardent
ship of more than two million.
civil rights advocate. tM
The action of the convention deserves I

commendation and should be a guide post for :" ;'111." ,.. ,, .'''"\'t' do'"''''''' '''''j/'''1'-< \'.''';'';:.ill i'M",. "" "'<''\'1.h"1l'Norther ;'''' <'"::1
many who are halting between two opinions.Do / : ':frf.it <.\'f"i i

,, .. Lawyers ..0. ,
'noble things, not dream them all day S''Mt: $""'. t.: fttffi;;"t,. :t41.1' hrA., ';Jhf < .. ,9. ,.y, I
long: And so make Life, Death and the vast 3 ; y '
Forever f20) iroie .C u iies
one grand
song-Charles ", __......"., __....._ ,.......t._, r' -
Kingsley. -
Attorneys act on plea of (MFDP) to desegregate i
public facilities. f
Freedom Democratic
ARE YOU QUALIFIED? PartyA According to Guild Pre-

In issues of the Miami Times unique program enabling sident Ernest Goodman of .JI! .
many we Mississippi Negroesto Detroit t Ih e Guild pro- .
have appealed to our youth and others con- sue the State for vio- gram is unique in that t
cerned about improving their economic situ- lations of the Public Facilities "It enables the individual '
ation to interest themselves in becoming quali- section of the 1964 Negro citizen to initiate a
Federal law suit againsthis \
Civil Rights Act has been
fied to fill the many jobs now obtainable. The initiated by the National state. In the past legal f#. .
opportunities are open to all regardless of Lawyers Guild. Teams of assistance consisted J 1 sb
color. We are living in the new Miami, one of attorneys are working primarily of providing a b rr.rr
the most, if not, the most liberal cities in the with the Mississippi Free- lawyer workers for after civil the rights state
dom Democratic Party
United States. had brought a criminal
suit against them."
There are some who have qualified and Lawrence Guyot Chair- .
are occupying worthwhile positions, but far Phil Ossof.r man of the MFDP In re- t :
too few. questing Guild aid to integrate .'
The dairies made a smart the libraries court :
The Equal Opportunity Act has opened move when they changed from houses swimming pools
the doors and industry has spread a mat for bottles to. cartons. This spedup and parks of Mississippi,

those who can qualify to enter.If production by eliminatingthe stated the 'We Guild is understandthat preparedto
bottle nick.
you are a typist, a stenographer, a good recruit attomeys in the
North who
speller and understand punctuation, you can The construction com- South and volunteer will come their
secure a good job. So it is in other fields, what- pany I work for decided to time effort and expenses 1
ever your avocation, if you can deliver, you improve its income by movingits in assisting local attor- 1
estimating office to the
are to find neys to help us to enforce
sure a job, with other requirements will
second floor. This keep Title III. We would wel-
being met. the estimators from biddingtoo come the assistance o f

Free training is available for those who low. the Guild In National this endeavor.Lawyers" I

are interested. Oetting a drink of water on Thus far lawyers ,have
a construction job one day, I recruited from eight dif-
INDIANS MISTREATEDTouring realized that a nearly empty ferent Northern states
barrel is like a waiter in a Including Illinois New 1388Slimline
the Capitol in Baton Rogue on restaurant. You've got to tip York Indiana Colorado
Independence Day were four students from it to get anything out of it. California and brought In
twenty Counties in
India wearing turbans of their homeland. They sissippi
A con man is a fleecer who
paused to listen to a speech by former Major pulls the wool over your eyes, Last summer the Nat-
General Walker of Dallas who was'addressinga shears you, then takes it on ional Lawyers Guild sent Why swelter with heat
crowd of between five and six thousand per- the lam while you stand there over seventy volunteer style. for
with sheepish look on attorneys to defend the installation In window, when you can secureArcticcomfort
sons. These students bore an awful stigma and a your COFO civil rights work-
had to pay the penalty. They were LSJJ students face. ers In Mississippi. The I or use anywhere.Top with

and Indians alright but they were dark- A falsehood is called a Guild now maintains a I push button panel' push-button ease?
skinned. They were attacked by a white mob, lie because it can't stand up. permanent lonal Office Southern In Jackson Ree- I with handle for easy
two of them beaten. The police said the crowd Miss. as well as its Nat- portability Where but Wool-

mistook them for Negroes.Sad Free-wheeling, that gas ional office In Detroit, I Safety grilled in worth's could you find
saving automobile device of Mich. I
isn't it? We suppose some excuse is the early thirities, is still I attractive turquoise case. such value for so little
better than none. featured on some modern cars. 115 volts
[ AC only. cash? Be ready for
This is in families where son
Suppose they were Negroes? Would such
drives the car and dad pays
treatment be justified in civilized summer buy it now.
a city, es- for the gas. Register To
pecially so at the state's capitol where there USE OUR FREE LAY AWAY
should be freedom and justice for all? Too Looking over some transistor -
bad! radios in a local store, 1 Vote Now! Available In Miami, Miami Beach, Coral Gables, Perrine,
discovered that one make- Homestead, Hollywood and West Hollywood
Lloyd's-wasn't an English
radio. It isn't Llody's of Lon- ..""" tOUt WORTH MOIl. AT
Go to Church Sunday don, it's Lloyd's of Tokyo. _: : MONIY'S
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I HE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 9, 1965 5

Roz Hill to Present Fashion ,,

: : i

1 Show 'at Parisian ROOM

.:. Mrs. Roz 11111 will be
presented In a fashion
Deacon Chas. E. Gibson dlstric superintendent show and dance sponsored -

of Atlantic Coast Sunday School and by the Kins' Club on

BTU Congress and Mrs. I. C. Mickins returned Friday, July 10 at the
last week from Oklahoma Parisian Room of the
City, Oklahoma
Double Decker liar
da .'tS attended the National Baptist Sun- A graduate of the Caddie z
King': School of Mod-
elling and Charm In Indianapolis -
Attending the Baptist Alliance last week Ind., she, tour-
wire Rev. and Mrs. R' D. Hill and children, ;' ed Europe In 1963 and has

Catherine, Granay and Danny of Detroit. They attended Indiana Univer- I'

were the houseguests of ,Mr- and Mrs. Rudolph sity.Roz I'f f
(Thelma) Gaither.Get -3 placed fifth in the
Miss Indiana Pageant of

well wishes to Mrs. Hilda Charlow at 1962. She was the first
Jackson Negro to compete in the
Hospital and
Lowery. Miss Miami Beach Pag-

Sympathy to the Richardson and Simpson t rtjty" s fa eant of 1965 where she '.:" ,<;"v '
the '
families. was a finalist. During
celebration of Miami

,May Bell Hepburn and sister Beach's 50 Anniversary,
Agnes Clark
she rode on the Jaycee ,
are mixing business with pleasure while island float.
hopping in the ':;1''
The Kins', a local social
Mrs. Mabelle ';3):1.):
club with .,
Beatrice Richardson and children, Lovell Blakely as president will ; .
and Lynette left Sunday motoring to WashIngton present Roz In a night of ,: ,}

Philadelphia and New York. dancing fun and fashions.Roz .
ta will model creations
Mrs. ,Blanch B. Welch is all smiles since t M R < she's picked up in her

her daughter, Geneitha has returned from tour. These fashions were
her teaching post in Atlanta Price never before seen in Mi-
High School
HattScott ami. Don't miss her show

There is a treat in store for music lovers. Exchange -also featured will be

It's at Miami Beach Auditorium on Sunday Nancy Coker Susan Allen -
Vows Jackie Williams Deb-
evening when Leonard de Paur, organizer and Nuptial bie Perry, Azzlie Lee

director of de Paur Infantry Chorus, also well Hunt, Janace Maycox and
known as a conductor of symphonic works Prancenia Deloris Hall and nations and pink roses. AU'-e Jennings.W .
Charles Edward Scott were The ringbearer was little lDM's Blanche Cal-
opera and musical comedy, will lead the Mi- married by candlelight on Kenneth Sands. He wore a loway will be M. C. plusa
ami Beach Symphony in the fourth summer Wednesday. June 16, 1965 at white linen suit with matching door prize of a wig by Celebrity Lounge 719 NW
Pops .Dcert. Mr. de Paur will be the first Ebenezer Methodist Church, knee-length socks. Mr. Bond. Advance tickets 62nd St.; Billy Pitts Beauty -
: Miami. The marriage solem- Serving as ushers were sale Salon 911-NW 3rd 'Ave.
Negro folead Miami $1.00 are now on
the Beach Symphony. nized by the Rev. Aaron D. McKeva Smith, Jr., Bernard at Mr. Bond's Wig Salon, Royal Palm Beauty Salon I

;Vi itipg Melzie Elliott from North Carolina Hall, Sr., father of the bride, Tolliver Fred Holland, Ver- 1554 NW 54th St., Maggie's 1601, NW 3rd Ave. andBryant's t
are.h.r.a'untpMrs. was in a beautiful setting of non Burton, Cleveland Brad- Beauty Salon, 1420 Beauty Salon. s\
King and niece who are all of Miami and Henry 1831 NW 3rd Ave.
Miami's candleabra. palms greens, dy, ; NW 3rd Ave.; Ceasor's :.
enjoying summer attractions.Mrs. and a variety of white roses Porter,Atlanta Ga. Mr. Porterwas __ ______ I
mixed with an assortment of also the guest soloist.
Mildred Rolle has forsaken Miami exquisite pink flowers com- All the men wore the con- fJ

for .the' lakes of,.New. ,Jersey. plemented by a white rod iron ventional formal attire with ..
'" ; ': .... white gloves and a bouton-
;J!j'r'.'the summers. arch.The '
... ,Elizabeth bride was given in niere. .Ji I Ir
B eas iey Vaughgnr- ...__"::-;.-XL; ':.r:': r ," -, V"-:: marriage by her brother,AaronD. The mothers of the bride t \. I I Ifw.
Hall Jr., was stunning ina and groom complimented the fI
;'M 'n-y7fi miliea.enJoyed'the'glorious fourth formal wedding gown of wedding looking lovely. Mrs. !

with cookouts, barbecues and beach outings. white peau de sole carefully Aaron D. Hall, Sr. (Bernice S.)
'" designed with the brilliancy mother of the bride wore a /""
.Congratulations: ;, to Mr., and".Mrs. Andrew of multitudinous pearls com- luminous'pink dress, matching !

RobinsQn (Thelma,.Marie) who are cuddling a bined with an original crea- accessories and lavender or
'pink::bundle.of.'joy. ;..:"' nm :: tion of peau de soie roses meticulously chid. Mrs. Robert Scott Sr.,
i ''i .. scattered to accent mother of the groom wore a '
:Gei-well' vishesrfor Ruby King the scalloped neckline and shrimp pink dress, matching .r'' .
; Dorothy ;.
accessories and lavender or- --
Warded Mary King. l ". fashion the empire bodice and :
semi-bell shaped skirt which chid.A. j.
Mrs. Ruth Jones Everett is studying at fell into a chapel train. Her reception was held fol- s
Tennessee State. three-tiered veil of double lowing the ceremony at the ( I
illusion net was attached toa social hall of the church,

Back in Miami from 3-dav vacation in toque of clustered petalsof 1042 N.W. 3rd Avenue.
a bany, Ga. The couple
silk She carried Members of the bridal party Fifty-five years of
Jamaica and looking fresh as a daisy is Levi cascade peau.of white roses with a were close friends and former marriage will be observed has no children but has

Johnson. Levi was the guest of D. A. Julius, stephnotis seed pearls sus- classmates of the bride and Saturday, July 10 by Mr. successfully reared four.

owner of Miami's Sunlight School of Beauty pending from streamers attached groom. and Mrs. Dozell Bailey They Baptist attend Church Mt.where Calvary he
Culture. to her bouquet.The Mrs. Maedon S. Dullard was who reside at 1225 NW
65th St. They were married serves as an ordained
bride was attended by directress. Out-of-town guests
July 10, 1910 in Al- deacon and the Reverend
Miss Doris Harrell, a close included Mrs. Willie Washington Samuel Atchison is .
HELP BROTHER friend and former classmate.The Mrs. Clifford White, Ft. 1
% Best Man was, Mr. Pierce, Fla., Mrs. Edna Ro-
a brother while he lives, Robert Scott, Sr., father of the binson, Mrs. Jessie McDonald, I
6.JiELP wait for him to die groom. Deerfield, Fla., Aunts of the -
show how much you cared for him Bridesmaids were Mrs. bride; Mark Anthony Scott, WEAR
With mourners standing by. Barbara Dullard, MISJ.CS Dorothy nephew of the groom, Way- MEN'S "
uke the '
No pomp can Jenkins, Catherine Har- cross, Ga.; Miss Vivian WhiteFt. < ""
Of kindly word or deed, :
Should a misfortune be his lot rell, Miami; Eve lyn Sargent, Pierce, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. SEE "MR. JACK"FOR' '
And the brother be in need. Florence, S. Carolina; and Sanford Gibson, De erfield "
No eulogistic praise e'er writ Vivan White, Ft. Pierce, Fla. Fla., cousins of the bride. STYLES FOR''ALL AGES,
The dressed identicalin Rev. and Mrs. Cuebelle John- ,M.tt'a Fashions?
Or flower on his bier y were -Th. Very Latest.In ,
Can help a brother when he's dead, pearl pink full length gownsof son, West Palm Beach, Fla., SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
So help him while he's here. imported silk organza, molded and Mrs. E. H. Johnson, Or-
bodice accented around lando, Fla., Rev. Eugene J. ITALIAN SHOES
No man's so great but the day may come the square neckline with Shepperd, Sr., superintendent 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida
When misfortunes chilly blast white beads. The soft bell of the Atlantic District, 'j
Will wreck his fondest hopes and aims skirt and the detachable train and Mrs. Ruby Johnson, Ft. -
And shadows o'er him cast; added a lovely touch to each. Lauderdale, Fla., friends of -
When he will need a kindly hand
Their of the family.
headpieces were
To help him on his way
When fighting life's tempestuous seas matching: pearl pink, fashionedinto Mrs. Scott is a graduate of .
To a brighter, happier day.A a widebrim 0 f horse hair, Clark College, Atlanta, Ga., i.
crust of bread is better far no crown, topped with net, and and an elementary teacher at
A starving man to save trimmed in candy pink with A. L. Lewis ElementarySchool 1
Than a monument of bronze or stone roses in back, adorned with a Homeste ad. aurt *
Erected o'er his grave. string of pearls. Mr. Scott is the son of Mr. for I
Little Deba Tolliver servedas and Mrs. Robert Scott Sr.,
So help a brother while he lives; flower girl. She wore a Macon, Georgia, and a teacherof
Don't wait for him to die full length modified versionof music in Fulton County
To show how much you eared for him the bridesmaids gowns in Pulbic School System, Atlanta -
With tears that dim the eye; with head- Georgia.
baby pink matching ,
And For when he sleeps his span the eternal of life sleep is run, piece, wide brim; and, carrieda The Scotts will reside in 5211 NW 17th Ave.
little basket of white Miami.
lie needs no help from mortal man,
For he is fast asleep.
Come in and say "Hello" to:

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 9, 1965 7

Cousin's Place. The trio is fabulous and is catering to the
money spending crowd My sweetheart Marie Knight will
be the featured attraction at the James Club,starting tonigh t The Wig Salon ..
Mayme took first place championship at the Willie Gain-

more Memorial Invitational Golf Tournament in Ocala, last OF 2198V AU BABA AVENUE OPA LOCKA
weekend. Frank Rivers won a set of golf clubs and a bag
while K. C. Wilson, Robert Seldon Ernest Hayes, Clyde Invites you to come in and let our lovely stylist Mrs.
Young took honors. Will tell you who took what and how Betty Wil; s fit and style a beautiful % human hair

next week Chickie Home has gone back to Nassau to wig to suit your personality and even make you look
complete his engagement at The Drumbeat. He will be there
until September. Sez he's bringing "Sexy" home next trip. years younger and even wore attractive. Renenberl

c4fr DONDU (Wouldn't you know he would name his dog "Sexy"?) while you're hereyou can get yourfavorite cosmetics
Nice to know that our good friend Dave Probinsky is up also have your wig cleaned and styled at a price of
and around and doing well .There is a new sign at the $5.00.

You would be surprised to know the number of people City Jail. It ser, "City Jail, Visiting Hours, Sundays only,
who live in South Florida and have never been to Nassau. I 3 to 4 p.m., 5 minutes per inmate." Thank y'all .
just spent three more days there, and I had a ball. All you .5
say is shame on those who have never been there. Of course, Tille next week, LIVE LIFE, EVERY GOLDEN MI
you know I always stay at Marietta's Guest House, because NUTE OF IT. PEACE!
it is more like home. Not as a house, but as each apartment a earl's
with a central kitchen, yet plenty of privacy. Then, I like 1,0'dIQ
the way the Bahamas Government runs things and wish that OaS QRI ESK
the United States would adopt their policy on jobs and em- AUTO INSURANCE G ebra Loer e
ploym ent. Here in our country, peoples from all over the ;
world come and are accepted and given jobs, welfare, and Check ora new, low.r rates and easy financing
all of the wonderful opportunities and doors are open to IMMEDIATE SRi22 FILING '
them. This is fine, they must go somewhere and the U.S.A.. Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift Where old and new friends Meet
is the greatest nation anywhere, but take Nassau and their "
a "' ,'," ,\n2,4
acceptance of "foreigners." You must go through the Immigration D. Goodman and Son Inc. :;' "",:'EANI EI All I'Z"r< ''i'<} ,' ;'t\R; :
Department. you want to work, it is perfectly alright "Insurance, Real Estate Mortgage" : ',' :
IF THERE IS NOT A BAHAMIAN WHO IS UNEMPLOYED Business m.mber AH People Democratic Club FH9NE, '7K-8422 **. M.W.. 7TH AVE.OOOO .
WHO CAN DO THAT JOB. In other words, if there is 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 14)380 .., ",,' t, ,' :" :; '{' iAf>:;
an unemployed Bahamian who can do the same thing you
you are applying for be he good, bad or indifferent
about that job, you cannot get it. lie must be hired, if he
wants to work. With the U.S., it is different. They take care
of the first persons who come regardless of citizenship, OOOOOOOCXX>OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
showing preference for persons from other countries, and to
Hell with the Americans, because nine times out of ten the 'eliJte'Z: ro: :a=i ''cf ::1\1 NOWAPPEARING: :' ;

foreigner will work more cheaply than the American. This : : : r' I' .
policy has been in effect as long as I can remember, but .- IN PERSON
any policy of the government must be carried out, and The WEDNESDAY MONDAY
Honorable Sir Roland Symon- ;
t ''
ette, Kt., First Premier of the
Bahamas sees to it that it is I' This talented Hammond
done. If I had my way, I sin- : The
cerely believe that I would try ,, Organist enters into his

to make Sir., Roland the Pre- v I 37th consecutive week at ii
sident of the United States Miami's Satellite Lounge. Dave Akins TrioEvery' Ar.

Sir Stafford Sands, the Vice An upstate New Yorker,
President. For those of you I I
Freddie now makes his
who do not know these names .* f p i,
The Honorable Sir Stafford home in Miami. Possessing Night

Lofthouse Sands, C.B.E., I a fantastic musical me-
M.H.A., is Minister of Fin- mory, Freddie's reportorie Except Tuesday
ance and Tourism. They are contains musi
over 1,000
both fine men, and work for I Blrii iPfffrr. ml
cal standards and conI *
the betterment of their govern-
ment and their people. Aside tinues to expand with the All Star Show
from the government end of latest (fad tunes. Seven
Nassau us talk ,about the nights a week you can enjoy -
lighter Aide .p( things, suchas '' '
Mr. Greene s offering sIn Dance Good Music
places you_ pan' go and
things you can do. Sun lovers I the atmospheric satellite CO NTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT

go to the beautiful beaches space room.

and enjoy the white sand and 1 I I Everyone Swings Everyone Welcome'

A4, multi-colored waters, ,ranging
from white i to the darkest : .
greens and blues. The "tour- MY COUSIN'S PLACE

ists" walk along Bay Street I Satellite Lounge I LOUNGE AND NITECLUB
with its quaint shops where you can "get high smell goo
M, ) m cO t "' kt..; the Smith Brothers Club)
eat off, good,china, cheap." Bt that we mean, liquor per- m : ,0 (Formerly _
fume and English China-(Bone) are much cheaper than in the I I
1207 NW 36 ST and tad Ave*
states. There are no taXi s on 1222 N.W. 7TH AVE. BILL HARRIS, MGR.
anything, which makes watches and luxury items cheapterthan > PL 8-8198 O
here, too. In the evening, there are hotels and night 3000 Nitely Broadcast WMBM with Allan Rock OOOOMr.
clubs where you meet new people, and there is plenty of ___u ____ __u___ __n_
excitement all around you. Good shows dancing dining under -
the stars to a steel drum band or a calypso band or CONGRESS TO MEEET IN
lying on a moonlit beach watching the waves roll in. But I FLORIDA CITY
gues the most beautiful sound to these ole ears is the
sound of dogs and chickens in the early hours of the morn- The Sunday School and
ing between 4 and 6, when a dog barks and a rooster crows. BTU Congress of Atlantic
Guess I'm just a country boy at heart because in this heartof Coast Baptist Association con-
mine there is a special love for a little island which is venes with New Mt. Zion Baptist : : James Cli bbP
only 7 miles wide and 21 miles long called NASSAU. Church Florida City. 4: .
a . June 1418. Pastor H. W. _
Lonnie Sattin, the popular Broadway musical star Moss and members are readyto z # z BOWER r1.W., arm flEE & Ares< AVKWEn
opened a week's engagement last Thursday at Peanuts Taylor's entertain the delegation.The 4 -
** ,, _, _
welcome will be >
Drumbeat Club. I attended the opening, and needless to ?? ?
say, Lonnie did a beautiful job with a standing ovation.A on Tuesday evening.. Some of .. LfcS l J
standing ovation is rarely seen in a night club, but Lonnie the messengers from the Ba-
sang "I Believe" and "Stand Up and Fight" and they both hamas are already here. -

really reached the people. Lonnie is due back in the Miami : nj1LTI
area next Thursday. BOAT RIDEOn

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One of the finest gentlemen I have had the pleasure of Friday, July 16, the
meting in Nassau is Chief Deputy Officer the Immigration Sunshine Club annual Sumner
Depa rtment for the Bahamas Mr. Conrad Knowles. I have Boat Ride will be held. We are j
met a lot of guys in my life, and the word gentleman really looking forward to seeing all
applies to Mr. Knowles. He is suave, highly educated of our patrons and friends.
dresses immaculately and likes to take an early morningdip There will be plenty refresh : %
ments and music. Fare
in the ocean before going to the office each day. His department $1.59. I
For tickets call: Down I % ,
works harder in my opinion, than any other govern town-FR 4-8328; Liberty ,
ment agency in Nassau. They are responsible for the hun- 7579008 mtLL
dreds of thousands of persons who enter and leave the Island Hialeah-887.0388.; Locka-621-7182;
each year. To know Conrad Knowles and to speak with
him is an experience, itself. '
. ir$1 1J: '

WEEK: Patti Horn (Waitress i 1M0c

500 Club) i

WEEK Nclton (Nip) Darby o

ri Jimmie Wilson L sil Brothers

WEEK: Rev. Ira McCall


QUICK NOTE DEPARMTENT Ruth Brown tells me man Smiling popular Eddie local Lee businessman Pitt-- to aatr ti July 91011CONTINUOUS

I that she's as happy as can be. She was married on Mother'sDay I Is the new own btia,1o1
to Police Sgt. William Blunt of New York .The Mau er c' the Diye-Inn Bar ale ENTERTAINMENT
Mau Club is closed for now. There was somethingbetween 1772 NW 79ih St Phone $sc ors! \Tuesday Amateur Hite Thursday -Ladles NiteB.tt.rUI
them and the Stole Beverage Department. Most likely, new, (,91-9131! He Invite all
owners will take over King 0 Hearts will come to life his old friends to come Your Host & M.C.BY .
again sometime next month. They say it will be called The und meet new friendsKveiyone jae Coav
Continental Dave Akins Trio doing real well at My welcome. Indf




THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 9, 1965

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: An Impressive array of 3o.sept 111 w7th Us L
top stars in five proven Broadway debut Oct. 7.
! stage hits plus a Broad- The Miami run will he Pi.l:
I way-bound comedy highlight the world premiere. : : ;'
the Coconut GrovePlayhouse's Kenneth Nelson who .. .
finest summer understudied Anthony :,. >:"'., .
i season. Newley in the Broadway ;
Opening July 3 with the production will have the
acclaimed musiscal, "Stop main role in the two-
he World-I Want to Get week "Stop the World"
)ff" the lO-week season rendition here.
will run through Sept. 11. Film and stage notable
Each of the production Dane Clark will star i n ;
except "Minor Miracle" another widely-praised
htch will open In the fall Broadway comedy "No- awe A.y
body Loves An "
m the Great White Way) Albatross. ''
'ither are still playing or July 26-31. Joan Fontaine
inly recently closed on one of Hollywood's ,major I .
Broadway. super-stars will appear
Heading the outstanding in Agatha Christie's .s.
schedule is the first showing off-heat murder mvstery. ..
outside of New Yorkf "The Unexpected Guest"
the comedy smash July 19-21. The latter .
Luv," Aug. 16-28. star- show is coming directly
ing award-wining Broadway from London and the
performers Tom Miami performances will
'fosley and Dorothy Lou- mark the U. S. premiere.
( Menasha Skulnik a
en.The world favorite, heads the t
comedy cast of "Enter Laughing." .
Minor Miracle" with +
lollywood Aug. 2-14. The play's
Teats Lee Tracy and author, Joseph Stein, is
)ennh King I n leading represented now on
oles, will follow its Broadway the with" "Fiddleron A LONG GIFT
l1aml engagement (Aug '
Mrs. Estelle Malone was said that Mrs. Malone is
horn in Albany, Ga. Oct. as personally generous as it
12, 1900. She is an active she is active. She gives a
sixty-four year old missionary 34-inch braid of silvery

WIN UP TO S100. OT! and has been a gray hair as a souvenirof Rose Wilkerson is owner of the Milady's House of
member of the Church of her love for God
God (True Holiness) in her fellowman.The Beauty, 12 N.W. 5th Street. Hallendale. Rose is a
graduate of Booker T. School of
Miami since 1941.! She 34-inch braid is Nursing
Birmingham, an L.P.N., class of '56. In 1963 Rose
resides at 14241 NW 24th usually tied with a blue
Ave., Opalocka.Mrs. and white ribbon. The graduated from Sunlight School of Cosmetology. Manyof
How Malone does many blue stands for sincerityin you know Rose as the soprano soloist in the Gos-
kind things for her fel- spirit and the white pel Choir of Antioch Baptist Church in Brownsville.
lowman. She visits the stands for purity. Rose is as charming as she is versatile and we en
sick, counsels children To date she has given joy her as a Mr. Bond Model, beautician and friend.
I and adults too; if her help four braids to deserving
ill is desired prepares holiday individuals.Mrs. S
dinners for the elder- Malone has a mot- -LU ,.
0 ly community citizen; to that she repeats to .1.
gives clothing to charitiesand others as she goes about "
large families within her missionary work. It j
the community.It is "I'm doing eternity ; THIS IS IT!
could truthfully be work."

We have |IUlt finished a miracle crusade. Thousandswere
healed and blessed. No matter what you are
GET YOUR Day Campers Learn to Swim J seeking, prayer changes things. With this adept prayer
ON STAT some were able to buy homes, clothes, cars, even pay
J.N JiuIKIiTT ('AMPIoIt."IIn: their children's way through school. Again I say unto
.i .\ S t<:('.:ss I n' TO ALL K\<;iu HKUINNKIISThe you, that If two of you shell agree on earth as touching
MBM BINGo CARDS Being able to cure for anything that they shall ask, It shall be done for
I A' AJn' TNEfE and protect one's self in pre-hchool set at t them of my father which Is In heaven. The word agreemeans
Op James E. Scott Community -
1490 ? the water is a dire nec- binding or face for specific purpose. No matter
I" SIOus..o PlrICNAQ essity for Dade County Association is gven an what trouble may be .seek and
N'C.SIAIY boys and girls. Instruction hour and a in half in dally : God, H V. LAWRENCE T. HATTEM 259 H.aConverse -
tBINGO ljy Campers at JamesE. swimmingat : Street, Spartanburg, S.C.
Edison Pool. This water .
LIST Community report dolly Association to- front activity is excitingfun : Here from Thursday, July 8 until Monday July 12, at

Edison pool for Instruc- for them and they : MRS. DORIS ,SANDERS

Blue Note Lounge 5211 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami. tion in swimming. The approach eagerness.each They session have with : 1158 N.W. I9TH AVE.
method used
Burger Fair 5351 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami. Schaeffer and his by Instruc-Mr. gotten a "headstart" on : Prayer and deliverance dally. Special! blest psalm for

11515 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami tors is as at all City of this vital skill. : your comfort.
Miami pools the approved NOTE TOPARK.YTH
Danny's Market 122 N.W. 14th St., Miami. Red Cross Pro- THE HELPING HAND
Encourage your campers -
Dixie Chenille & Pottery 4699 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami. gram. to participate regu- A lady blessed with
was a
larly in the swim classes.
Economy Drugs 1101 N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami. Stress the Importance and home. A man was healed witha
5720 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami .IL'MOICKKCKIVK('A'IPEnS the necessity of learning stroke. Abraham. and Moses ,
: '
( <\RIt4 A N ItJll.roNH G.
Jackson's how to swim. Now or used it. Why not ? Come.
Grocery 5830 N.W. 12th Ave., Miami. later don't let him become you

Perry's Dept. Store 1141 N.W. 3rd Avenue., Miami Campers who receive a "statistic." today.
their "Beginner in Swm-
Pete's Men's Shop 3672 Grand Ave., Coconut Grove ming" cards and buttons FOR INFORMATION i:3303$ 11: :: : ::::: :1 :!:::::::::::::: : : ::: : : ::: .J
Roth Real after successfully passing Come to camp headquarters -
14570 N.W. 27th Av., Ooa-locka
the test are: Ralph Mizell. LUkrty Square
Service First Insurance 3497 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami Enroll Mizell und Ira Community Building 630G 1
Neasman. Cathy Ferguson NW 14th Ave. or call
Seymour's Food Mart 1304 N.W. 62nd St., Miami. earned her "Advanced PL 4-I232G for day camp TONIGHT THROUGH

Tire KingWelter's 3430 N. Miami. Ave., Miami Beginner" card and hut- information.
ton. Robert Blake. There are only three
301 N.E. 167th St./M. Mia. Bch. Neasman Jr., and Shayne weeks more to participate DRIVE-IN THEATREs

5930 S. Dixie Highwy, S. Mia. Patterson-passed to Intermediate in the wholsome and pur- i
Swimmers. poseful program activi-
A. G. 2691 N.W. 54th St., Miami ties of JESCA's day camp. > Funl Its 61r"'l Its SongIt's Color!

United Radio & TV 6265 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami. --

TV Joe 5211 H.E. Zed Ave., Mia.1Rlchllond c

Homes 10455 S.W. 152nd St., Miami.

Munti TV 43 N.E. 54th St., Miami. :9Ji'J.L 1t

the Independent 6032 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami. % I N

Royal Luncheonette 738 1st St., Miami. Bch. ika.bpirRio.rVacation .,' TiG... 0MAvlsior

Howrens Gas Station H.W.5.cth St. & 32nd "

Modern Auto Radiator 1528 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami ,;' Af "jj

Glamour Tress Wigs 708 N.W. 62nd St., Miami Pt ;'Dl isxE Coiof ]

Stacy Shoes 3745 H.W. 79th St., Coconut Grove M J _v AaaMSf MUl ANfYrerr'f
time takes on added xest.
Liberty City Drugs 2001 N.W. 62nd St., Miami. When you own a "Heat Treat."

54th Street Drugs 1201 N.W. 54th St., Miami And enjoy an abundance of energy c JACKIE STEVE
And year round rest.

Juanita Thompson, 1360 N.W. 1st ct. Ill, $50 'The Heat T..eal"FREE

Danny's Market

Marie Mack, 1545 N.W.60th St. #1, $25, Top Value Ser- AT HOME DEMONSTRATIONSOLD
Eva Mae Stebbins,-1165 N.W. 63rd St., $25, United Radio GUARANTEEBY STARTS WEDNESDAY JULY I4TH


Bemice Saxlowiti, 1501 Michigan Ave., $50, Royal $12.00 per month 21 months No money down. FUNNY WESTERN! \ DJ.ECHT-1 m vB

Luncheonette or $259.50 cash.CREATIVELY. C
Clara Mae Kellam, 2780 N.W. 56th St., $25, Welters AG YOURS P.O. BOX 56 (

Corine Sutton, 948 N.W 55th Terr..S25. Tire King Edison Center Station Miami I Fla. 33156 .


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\: ,, ;;I +"'" Rf s.7tt7r.Y ', ?.'...:.'.! 11 i Tenants Form Block deb ..Duges. tBHo..us __

Citizens In the R I t z Grant, corresponding sec- '0..
Tower apartments at 8th retary and Mrs. Ulna The house of unusual rooms .'.:
Street and NW 3rd Ave. Cooper, chaplain. II 'Keep us in mind '
formed a "block club"
{ I this week to work for the I' A better place, we challenge you to find 1
improvement of their immediate SNCC Gets ,i Seeing Is believing ;: :
The accommodations you receive
neighborhood. "#
MR. BOND'S WEEK :Mrs Alice J. Hair, the Benefit Stamp You find only In this brother I

THAT WAS ,\ club's )pre dont.. said she 'OWEN 24 HOURS A BAY: '
,.1 encouraged by the Drive ) f" "
Ruth Brown, star of ," '. war on poverty."So 2941 NJL' 47TH STREET &633651
rhythmn and blues, gave a "; :-. .. many things have MARIN, Cal. The
sensational performance at ... happened In the community Marin County Friends of JAMAICA DUGIE. ., IIAlwaysIB I
+ '
the Mr. James Club, Saturday .: since this stalled" she the Student Vonvlolent friend ,.' aJli 1 I
night. Her wig: a beautifuljet ... .. .. said. "Even some of the Coordinating Committee mSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOG MaM iiiam M II I I
black Mr. Bond, dotted ..> ,.: girls I know who were (SNCC) I is conducting a
with silver grey. When complimented : dropouts got jobs 1 feel training stamp drive to I
on her wig she if President Johnson can purchase trucks and cars I
said. "I've had wig upon wig do that why we can't do for use in rural areas! of : I I I
but I've never had such satis something for ourselves." the South. Attention All Graduates!
faction." Mrs. Barr said the club
will concentrate attention Hal Light ii stamp
Wednesday night Model Susan Allen left the homeof first on the problem of drive leader and father ofa WE HAVE CAPS AND GOWNS TO PHOTOGRAPH YOU
Mildred Lane in the wee hours of the morning. The sanitation. civil rights worker said
ladies and Miss Allen had such a delightful time, they I "That Is one thing that's light-weight trucks would LONG BEFORE OR AFTER THAT BIG DAY. COME IN
wanted to go right on talking about beauty and tryingon ,I just awful" she explain he purchased with the
wigs! ed. "There's not enough stamps. ,
garbage to trucks! will he sent to I
cans aroundfor
Thursday evening, a very exciting meeting was all the people go here. It !SNCC projects in Misslsslnnl. :
held at the home of Mr.. Pollom; Mrs. itchell was the would he much better to Johnson of Miami r
hostess to twenty-five ladies of the GREATER MIAMI live here if we can get Interested persons may ,
URBAN LEAGUE GUILD. Purpose of the meeting: To that changed better for !vend stamps to: Hal Light ,
consult with Mr. Bond Models on the proper dress and the children, too." rOB 210, Mill Valley, Cal.
proper make-up for the Urban League Convention to be Mrs. Barr said! about 30 1186.
held at the end of July at the Eden Roc Hotel. The Ritz Tower residents will ... 38th 51. ,
three main events to prepare for: a luncheon, an even- attend the ne.xt meeting
ing party at the pool, and a banquet. Model Claudine July 14 to map out waysto COTTAGE.FOR RENT (Comer 12th Ave. & 38th St.)
Allen came dressed for the luncheon,Susan Allen came eliminate this and oth- 1-bedroom 1
dressed for the banquet Aio Lee Hunt came dressedfor er problems. living room dining room
kitchen. duplex 1-bed- Phone 635-4748
! the evening at the pool.The ladies haven't finished Other officers in the room living room kitchen -
their discussion the Mr. Bond office, 759-2482 is club me George Ileasley 32nd St. and 12
pleased to answer all the personal questions that vice )president; Mrs. Jos- Ave. Utilities finished. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooOwiir I
have been called in. phine Gramee recording Call Sun. or Wed. 033-2400 I
We are proud to announce these authorized cen- secretary; Mrs. Freddie I
ters of Mr Bond Wigs: I I


CHERIE'S 2488 N.W.BEAUTYRAMA.54th St. Mrs. Edwards HQmem'g .D!' .

14640 Lincoln Blvd.. Richmond lights. 3 BEDROOM CBS WITH FLA. ROOM ) Htsds Actioi.F.
MILADY'S HOUSE OF BEAUTY Rose Wilkerson ) : i
II I 12 N.W. 5th St.. Hallendale $450 Down Total Price $13,500 FHA rOn .
Sfy I MARY'S HOUSE OF BEAUTY.Mary Wilson 85th Street, West of 7th. Avenue < v :Faiifasjic Buys
532 N.W. 2nd Avenue .J

2200 AH Baba Ave.. Opa Lock /

STARKEY'S BEAUTY SALON McNicholas. Real l'sJc e li(. 1411 N.W. 87TH TERRACE
3605 Grand Ave.. Coconut: Grove ** .,

SOUTHWEST Mrs. Washington ALLAPATTAH and Mrs. Young BEAUTY SALON .BROKERt \< oil Lovely CBS, 2 large bedroom, Flo. room,

2235 S.W. Allapattah oak floors, tile roof appliances, $350 down

1921 N.W. 7TH AVE. PL'I-1592
a a a a s $66 mo.
1110 N.W. 8TH AVENUE
The Lavender Salon .- 1552 N.W. 54th Street, introduced -
these "new friends of Mr. Bond" Mrs. Arthur CBS, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, extra corner lot,
Porrish. Mrs. Hazel .Davis. Mrs. Helen Major Mrs. J.
huge grounds. down
C. Jackson and Mrs. Elsie Rhymes. MOVE RIGHT IN $400 $66 month.
SHOP: $9,000 total

Model Susan Allen brought the "shop" to the $300 DOWN YOUR CHOICE 1112 II... (I52ND ST.RAINBOW( GARDENS)
homes of Ozella Pridgeon and Eulo Johnson, two new
2120 N.W. 50th Street
friends of Mr. Bond. 3 bedroom CBS
carport, reconditioned *
Greetings to Mrs. Marshall, a new friend from 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths, Double Lot
MAl Y'S HOUSE OF BEAUTY. *'* *'* in and out, $300 down, $59 mo.

Rose Wilkerson is one of a team of Mr. Bond
Models that give Beauty Socials that have become 1877 N.W. 55th Street Special For X Way PeopleLOW

such a popular evening or weekend entertainment.Your 3 Bedrooms, CBS, Carport
Mr. Bond Model will social facial
give a on *'*'*'*'*'* LOW PRICES
beauty charm and poise or wig hair-care. For a
private Beauty Consultantio in your own home call 4001 N.W. 19th Avenue 339 N.W. 39th St. CBS, 2 bedroom

Miss Allen at 7592482CALLOWAY'S. 2 Bedrooms 2 Baths, CBS, Carport 819 N.W. 77th St. 3 bedroom, 2 bath,

CORNER *'*'*'*'* CBS

I want to thank Mr. and Mrs. Bornert Breeskin for OPEN EVERY DAY WE TRADE 1834 N.W. 88th St. 2 bedroom, CBS,

making complimentary tickets available to the many fruit trees, 2 porches.
teenagers who attend the "Pops" concerts at Miami
Beach Auditorium Sunday night This coming
Sunday I'm asking the community to attend the con- Owner WI 59886oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooocooooooooooooo
cert which features our own Leonard dePaur, who will 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595
be guest conductor; with him will be Miss Inez Matt-
news, and Mr. George Marshall .It is your obligation -
to give them your support Don't forget the
CORE picnic July 25 at Virginia Beach .WMBM'si .
!Bingo fame is sure picking'up momentum everybodyand THE POWER OF PRAYERARE : '
I I mean everybody is listening to WMBM and : BRAND NEW! I
playing Bingo Oh Yeah! YOU :: .
Last Saturday I was in the lobby of the Towers '-"-' -
Hotel when I met a lady from Selma. She was Mrs. 1 Sick, troubled, unhappy? 14:00$450: ow.----S-76
Lett, wife of the Rev. Lett. We talked about Selroa Need Help? Month
the most talked about city in the world; she admired the
Send for clothe
progress that had been made in Florida, especially your prayer IIIM $15,. HO CLOSING COSTS

Miami and Miami Beach. Now Ft. Lauderdale-that's today. Also birth date. Con- . . * . * * . *
another story. Did you read about the Klu Klux Klan tributions accepted. "1 -- <"f.1"-J
; .
having a meeting up there!!! REMEMBER LADIES TO REV. MOTHER MCDONALD .. ..':;r -4L.. tt t.J... .- ;! ., ,j ,;' ,." -. .:
OF THE WEEK. WE, OF MR. BOND WILL BE GIVING P. 0. Box 6326 ; : I ., ',

AWARDS WEEKLY. Miami, Florida 33136



1754 N.W. 76th Terrace:
1527 N.W. 40th Street
: 40x40. Located at 6670

City. Formerly used as
Large 3 Bedroom, 2 Both Hoes, C-.lce of Tile Grocery and Meat Market. YOU MUST SEE 3271( .... I82ND STREET

Roof. Carport, B,ilt-i i. Ores & Ro ge. Far below replacement

BIG LOTS GOOD AREASWE Cost. Complete grocery ONLY 5 LEFT
TRADE store' and meat marketequlp.ent 7.t : i.7: ,""' : -.-- :'J; <,; > r- -' '-,-
\ also available.) '

FORD REALTY,INC. Broker For inspection, phone Mr. I Jt.tna Realty ,. 7575724Doooooooooooooooooooooooeooooooooooooooooooooo

Joe Kwon at Life RealtyPL .
3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 ; e -, t < "J
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fill ST. JAMES AME NEW: PROVIDENCERev. New Philadelphia 1 11

SPEAKS Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor C. J. Burney pastor Rev. W. H Washington -.

We can live happy and Bert Cooper, reporter Claudia Wilson reporter pastor

I peaceful lives if we would The news is beginningto pastor Sunday at the church we
\ try to do the right thing spread! Members and The Ministers celebrated Independence
I with our fellowmen. It Is non-members are talking and the Mothers' Boardare Sunday. The pastor chose 1

/ very easy to do right andI about the New St. James. making plans for their appropriate theme to

find that it is a great Folk have approached me anniversary which will be speak for the occasion. At

WALTER'S CHAPEL feeling when someone saying "Look like you all soon. the 11 a.m. service his

: Flossie Marshall. reporterRev. walks up to me and tells are going to brighten up The Senior Ushers!subject was, Is a Man

H. J. Benson, pastorWe me something good that 65th St. with that fine edifice Boards are planning for Really FreeThe even- Service was spiritually
he has heard about me. their 3rd anniversary the Ing service brought out
were so happy to that is going up. high all day Sunday. Our
have so many visitors We all are children of With all this pretalkand fourth Sunday in July. many visitors. The pas- pastor brought a soul stir

with us. who enjoyed the the most high God andwe well, wishes, it seems Time 3 p.m. Rev. Roscoe tor's subject was "Man'sDouble ring message "The Sleep-
wonderful sermon deliv- can make life worth that, when we march to Jackson pastor of the Duty." The text ing Disciples." We were
living if we make a Ittle church Greater New MacedoniaM. "Render Unto Ceasar the
ered by Rev. Benson and our new seating blessed with eight mem-
songs by the choir. Sal- effort to do His will. Bro. will be at a premium.Like B. Church will deliver things which are Ceasar'sand bers, 7 for baptism 3 n d
ter's Chapel is getting Johnne Lee Hall of 1317 all the other headsof the message. Plan now to render unto God the Sis. Dorothy West, Chris-

ready for the Sunday NW 2nd Ave., apt. 4 says the Calendar Rally, come July 25. things which are Bod's. tian experience.
School Convention on July he likes this for a motto: Mrs. Sarah Mobley and The Pastor's Aid Club Especially delightful Another financial mile-

22 to 25. Hop i n g. you "I am the true vine and her group of July and will be sponsoring a baby was the Fourth of July stone was made Sunday.

and yours are planning to my Father is the husbandman. Augustltes are moving ata contest and tea Sunday, Tea held on the lawn and The members received joy

be with us. On the second Every branch in me rapid pace. Friday nighta July 11 at 4 to 6 p.m. The patio of the outside recre- in tithing themselves. The

Sunday Salters Chapel that beareth not fruit he party will be held at Pastor's Aid Union will ation area of the church. pastor is urging all members -

will render service for St. takes away; and every her home, 7036 NW 19th convene at the activities. Rendering two most delightful to attend their week-

Mary Wesleyan Methodist branch that beareth fruit Ave. Be sure to be there! Continue in prayer for selections, was ly meetings. Prayer meet-
Church on 5th Court. Rev. he purgeth it, that it Then on Sunday at the the sick and those who are Mrs. Storr of Mt. Sinai Ing every Wednesday. This

H. V. Stuart is the pastor. bring forth more fruit." Community Center on grieved over the loss! of Missionary B apt 1st week's led by the pastor.

Mrs. Clara Underwoodand Thought for the week: 14th Ave. a sale will be loved ones.TEMPLE. Church. Mrs. Storr sang Choir No. 2 is sponsor-

Sister Willie Thorpe If we have a motto, let it held Sunday.As wthout music but the ing a Pew Rally Sunday

are home from the hos- be a good one. So until a reminder to offi- BAPTISTRev. melodious sounds utteredby morning. Please stop by.
pital. Mrs. Elouise Craw- another week, if God'swill cers of the church the L. A. Thompson her voice made an Instrument Continue in prayer for the

ford and Mrs. Christine thanks for reading.BAHA'I stone pastor unnecessary. Also sick and shutIns.If .
corner lay ng cere-
Allen are still improvingin The No. 1 choir will I present was Mrs. John- you are in need of a
lie held July 18
health. Visiting in our mony sponsor a "L e m o n son who sang "That Old church home. Why not
ASSEMBLYThe at 3 All stewards and
fair city are Mr. and Mrs. p.m. Squeeze" tonight (Friday) Country Church Way up join in with us. You are
trustees should have their "
Rudolph from Denver, Baha'i Assembly of at the church. Friends! are on The Hill. It seems the always welcome.
Colo. Mrs. Rudolph is the Miami Is sponsoring a monies paid for their invited to come and joinin more we hear her sing it
niece of Mrs. Ruth Twiggs meeting to be held Sunday names to be inscribed on the fun. the more we like to hearit.

and Mrs. Roberta Mat- July 11 at the Coconut this corner stone by the The Rev. Lewis Pander We are thankful for our Urban
3rd in The League
Sunday July.
thews. Barbara Boganis Grove Marina Park, who is visiting from the visitors who attended the
home for a brief vaca- 27th Ave. and S. Bayshore cost is 50 cents per letterIn Bahamas. will be the tea. And we would like to
tion from school. She will Drive at 1 Mrs. your names. Part can extend to all who haven't Announces Job
p.m. Joy be paid this Sunday.Our preacher during the SUn-
her studies this fall. Haxton yet attended: this blooming -
finish of 2925 NW 58th day morning service. He

Don't forget the Steward St., recently graduatedfrom will be sourvenir one of the program better is pastor of the church atGovernor's Vista church In the Buena OpeningsThe
Board's 1. 2 and 3 sale on area to come andbe
Hampton Institutein Harbor, Eleu-
Greater Miami
booklets to be
type seen in the
Friday night at 5215 NW Hampton Va., and who thera. some-
anywhere. One that will time with Urban League I is presently :; -
24th place also a sale at will be teaching in t h.e be treasured in to The contest between St. us. recruiting nersnns!=; for
3 at the Church Sat- Dade schools this W. M.
p.m. County come. It will be an enlightening Mary's Sunday employment in the fallowing -
urday. In behalf of Wo- fall, will speak. Her sub history of St. School and Temple's will positions: :
man's Day by Mrs. Emily subject will be: "One God, James with photos, etc. terminate Sunday at 3:30 ST. MARY'S W. M.

Benson. Come out and One Truth One People." Business and professional p.m. at St. Mary's. A Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor COMMUNICATIONS

bring your friends. The public is cordially people are urged to get spicy program is being Dorothy Major, reporterWe OPERATOR:
invited to attend. Bring prepared for the occasion.
their ads in For
early. any an enjoyable Resident of Dade County -
M. B.
ZION lunch.Ministers. Friends Invited.
your information call Mrs. Sadie are
time throughout the day for one year. Appli-
Rev. Paul Freeman pastor Dean at 691-4212. Get-well wishes go to last Sunday. Our pastor cants must not have

Elizabeth Jackson, Wives Brother Stafford Bain delivered both messages. reached their 40th birth
reporter CENTRAL BAPTISTThe who fell from the roof of Sunday our children will day.; Graduation from

Service was spiritually Close ForSummer a house Sunday and suf- furnish music during our high school. Teletype or
high all day last Sunday.We chairman and co- fered a fractured leg. morning service. Sunday other office experience
will have baptism chairman of the Woman'sDay Every loyal Templeite afternoon at 3 o'clock requiring fast typing is

service Sunday o t 7-30: of Central Baptist has a date with Sunday. Missionary and Deaconess desired. All applicants

a.m. at the Church. Everyone The Baptist Ministers wish to thank the speakers July 25. That is Men's City Wide Union will meetat must type a minimum of
of the Mrs. G. M.
Is invited to come. Union held their last day Day. All the men are our church at 4 p.m. 40 net words per minute.
The Deaconess will havea meeting for the summer Champion of Greater pitching In and have pom- The contest between the Switchboard or PBX or 'I

talent program Tues- at the home of Mrs. A. M. Ward Chapel, Hallandale; ised to hold up their end. superintendents of Temple PBX experience desirable -
Mrs. Sutton and
day night, July 13 after Coleman last Saturday Mary The women have pledgedto Baptist Church and St.Mary's I
Miss Albertha Strachan.
back them "all the will climax. Mem- month. I
prayer meeting. Everyone afternoon beginning nt 4
These ladies did the job "
way. Chairman Ed bers of both churches are
is asked to come out and o'clock. !
introduced to PARKING
take a part. The pastor is Mrs. S. A. Thomas whoIs do Thank all the lovely Thomnson and cochairman asked please be there.
R. Hepburn said that Salter's Chapel AME
urging all members to attend the program chairman ladles that served on the
with such fine Church will be with us on
a spirit.
all their weekly
arranged a very interesting program. Thanks to the Resident of Dade Coun-
meetings. Don't forget to which success s alreadv In sent.Th Sunday at 8 p.m. July 18.
Bible for
qui was ty
captain who surprised us. ,. Liberty Social and Sav- one year. Must be
pray for our sick and pleasing to all nre!=;ent. Mrs. Beatrice Cash Williams Tn rdpnom1natlonal of the ages 18-36. High
Club will
ing celebrate 1U
shut In.NEW. The first meeting for the reported the highest Choir Un'on. Sam School graduahe prefer-
Fenruson. anniversary at 3:30:
Fall will H? at the home amount. Mrs. Ruby Fer- president will at St. p.m. red. A current Florida
meet at Temple Mary'ss
MACEDONIA of Mrs.!=! S. A. Thomas guson second. Mrs. Blanche Monday. irivers license required.
R No. 1 choir Is host.
3165 NW 50th Street which will be the last Knowles and Mrs. Elmore p.m. Successful Candidatesmust

Rev. Roscoe Jackson. Saturday In October at 4 Strachan. ALLEN CHAPEL pass preemployment -
p.m. The No.1 choir was EbenezerMethodist test a- d a polygraph
Services last Sundaywere crowned for the year. All 422 NW 22nd Terr. examlnatl Starting salary
as usual. The pastor, Rev. A. D. Hall, ministerE. -
the auxiliaries did their Rev. W. A Curry pastor $279 onth.
along with both choirs MT. AARON BAPTISTRev. best. Ingraham. reporter
Services will
and both usher boards begin at There .re openings,
Thanks to tha Deacons The Annual Men's Day
A. L. McCraney 9:30 a.m. Sunday with also for trained accountants
In chaarge. -
Trustees and Brothersfor launched last Sunday
pastor Sunday School. Terrance with
a minimum of
Usher Board No. 1 is in
their with Lee Ross
serving as
loyal support Hill, presiding. The three
the process of observingits Mrs. Iva Smith reporterThe pas- years experi-
third anniversary. On Lively Choir'sUnion and for furnishing rE"- tor will give the reviewof chairman; W. H. Fuller ence; social workers, withmaster's

Rev. C. will coneven here freshments. Thanks to the lesson.At and Sam Ferguson co- degree In social
tonight (Friday), New Macedonia Choir for chairmen. Lennis Johnson
H. Smith and congrega- Sunday, July 11 at 3 p.m. the morning worship work, or bachelor of sci-
giving service on Sunday the pastor will deliver the secretary and 86 men ence degree from
tion of Jordan Grove will Everyone is invited. The evening. Rev. Mack Is the an accredited -
be in charge of services. pres dents and pastor will pastor. message followed by bap- were selected as captains.For college or uni-
tism. Music' will the comfort of the versity; Rehabilitation
be ren- and
Sunday afternoon, Rev.D. appreciate your presence We had a wonderful
A. Bradley pastor of The Liberty Choir Union success. dered by the Junior Gospel : members and friends, we Conservation officer; Re-

Mt. Carmel M. B. Church wishes to thank the many Mrs. E. J. Clark, chair- Chorus and Choir NoL are in the process of air- location supervisor and

will be the speaker. friends and visitors who man; Mrs. Jafus Ferguson, conditioning the church. assistants to assist in surveys -
The ACE League will The class leaders will reearch etc; Real 1
Deacon W. L. Light- turned out to witness our co-chairman; Rev. E. J.
bourn president; Willie J. program of June 13. We Clark, pastor. meet at 6:30 pm. Bro. be in charge of class Estate Supervisor; proper-
Beard, secretary. also welcome the mem- Carter will preside. The meeting on Tuesday night. tymanagement officer

bersh p of the Choir No. FRANCIS topic. "Handwriting. on Let us not forget the sick and many other full-time
1 of the Christian Baptist The Wall" will tfe discus and shut-ins. Mall a card professional positions requiring -
PAY SPRING Church Rev. Otis Williams MRS. LOUISE ROLLEof of cheer. the bachelor's degree -

299 NW (?pd Street pastor. The choirsof 1441 NW 4th Place, sed.The assistant pastor from an accerdlterl
Rev. Writ Slater nastor the union are planning died June 28 at her home. will deliver the evening college or university. Full

Sis. Naomi: Amica. another inspiring and Funeral service was sermon at 7:30. time positions for profi-
held 3 at MT. CALVARY M.B. CHURCH cient typists and
reporter Gospel Musical Sunday at Saturday July Friends are always invited stenog-:
Last. Sunday morningthe 3 p.m You will miss a St. Matthew's Baptist to worship with us. Rev. S. Atchison pastor graphers are available. Interested -
visitation of the Hhlv treat If you fall to be Church with Rev. N. F. "The church with a wel- Constance Carter reporter and qualifier per-
Clarke, sons should call
pastor officiating. Frank
Spirit wa verv high. We there. Mt. Aaron Choir Survivors Include husband come and a program for The theme of the Annualwoman's Cowan Jr., Greater Miami
had the old time testimony No. 2 hostess; Deacon G. the peoole."
Day was: "Christian Urban
James; three sisters; Ellen League. FR 1-6176.
service on Sunday W. Smith, president. "
Taylor and Roberta Charl- Women at Work. Mrs. Thelma
Men's Day at
night Our pastor preached ton of New York City and Groves the morning speaker,
out of his soul. Garden Party At Sarah Ferguson of Nassau brought an inspirationalspeech I I
Prav for the sick a n cl Bahamas. Sunrise Church entitled "Heaven's Non-Surgical Office Treat-

shut-Ins and the bereaved The Braynoos .Men's Day at SunriseM. Design." The evening speakerwas meltRUPTURE

families.We Baby Boy Miller Infant B. Church, 3087 NW Mrs. Irene Bruns Brown, PILES
at Day Spring wantto The Trustees of St. Paul son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee 60th St. will be celebrated who also brought an Inspirational Rectal. Diseases, Varicose .

leave the reader with AME Church cordlallly Andrew Miller of 1705 NW Sunday. July 11. speech. Her topic was. Vein Prostate No
a though. Press on. although Invite you and vor friendsto 4th Ct. No. 5 died June 27. The morning: speakerwill "Christian Women at Work." ,
you cannot see. attend their Fourth Graveside services held on be Rev. N. Stanleyand The women successfully lost time Discard Trass

Whereon your foot may Annual Garden Party at July 2.TAKE. at evening. the Rev.O. raised $3.48.22. and Mrs. Upon Correction of Riptare.
fall; For one who passed the home of Mr. und MM. L. Hicks. Christine Wiley retained her Jew cost.

this way before: Most Edward Braynon. 1160 NW YOUR FAMILY TO Deacon Lenamund Stanley crown a* Owen of Mt. Cal- DR. LONG'S CLINIC
surely knows It all With Terr., Sunday. July chairman: Rev. T., L. vary by raising the highest
1545 SW Ut fc.-FR
11, four to six CHURCH SUNDAY
Wanted: Pianist. p.m. Evans pastor. amount of $600.

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THE MIAMI I TIMES, Friday_ July_ 9,_1965_---.11

Grand Bahama To Get

t* rr ; FIa "

1,000 Low Cost HomesAmerican

industrialistand The new city will be
4 multi-millionaire Wal composed mostly of two-

t rfi lace Groves who trans- bedroom homes selling for _
sd 4 formed a scrub-covered $7.000 on one-third acre
'" Island in the Bahamas lots. The homes will have into a thriving vommuni- kitchen appliances a n d

...., ty In less than ten years, utilities, and will be aval- _
6 ry I Ir ijJY has announced that he Is able with 10 per cent : A
going to start Immediately down paymens and long- ri

to build a city of 1,000 term financing.The .
low-cost homes. new city will be located -

Groves has lived in the on Sunrise Highway
Bahamas for almost 30 In Freeport near the
1t years and is president of Ranfurly Circus Crossroads -
the Grand Bahama Port and the first 200 1
Authority.The homes are expected to he U-
M1 qy industrialist said completed In 18 months. :

"For a number of years, Water and power lines .
T have believed that the will be extended out of
stability of the Bahamasand the 114,000-acre Port

E a the upgrading of its Authority area to nearby
people could be enhancedby villages at no extra costs
providing large-scale Groves said.

Faia housing in quantity-built, About ten years ago the
homes of high standards." multi-millionaire purchasthe -
P Groves said that in addition 114,000-acre tract
to the low cost- from the Bahama govern r f

housing, his new develop- ment at $2.80 an acre.
Setting Ae application deadline at July 6 for the Be. ment program will Include Under terms of the

|thune-Cook College Alumni tour to Nassau which is to new hospitals agreement he was required -

I take place August 9-12 is Carver A. Portlock, national schools and shopping cen- to develop the I Island -

I executive secretary of the Alumni Association and Ron Bierof ters. and provide schools, '!'
"School constructionwill hospitals and other facil
Atlas Travel Agency who is serving as a consultant for include classroomsfor ities.

the American portion of the trip and financial arrangements. 1,200 students and the The Island had '110.000
first one will accommo- visitors last year. Its resort STUDENT LOAN FUNDS TO FAMU Mrs. Wallis Ha.m

CELEBRATE date 800 primary stu- Includes a gambling Riley of Miami presents an envelope containing checks
dents he said. casino.
ANNIVERSARIES totaling $1,653 to Dr. H. Manning Efferson, dean of the

university, for establishment of' the Maurice Ye We 11) Brown

Sunday June 27 was a Memorial Student Loan Fund at Florida A&M University,

gala affair for Mr. and Mrs. In and Around the BahamasBahamians Tallahassee. The presentation was mode recently during a
Eddie L. Shorter Family.
The parents along with Capt. luncheon by six of the eight sponsors of the fund along with

and Mrs. Major H. Bell and celebratedthe Jose Manuel Calderon, members of Mrs. Brown's family from Newport News, Va.,

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Davis cele- Queen's birthday on' a Puerto Rican, caught a and Greenville, Miss. Sponsors and guests at the luncheon

I brated their 22nd 6th and 1st July 5 with a mammoth 634-pound bluefin tunaon came from Washington, D.C.; Miami and West Palm Beach,
;ii&H& in the beautiful and pleasant parade, ending at Clifford May 29. It was the
surroundings of Tony's Fish Park. The affair startedat largest fish caught in the Fla.; Murfreesboro, Tenn.; Durham, N.C.; and Cleveland,

Market located on Miami 9 a.m. with thousandsof 8th annual Bahamas International Ohio.
fL Beach. spectators lining the Tuna Tourna-

The festivity was attendedby sidewalks. Dressed in full ment which closed that "tV"O-: ---" ......-_.' _W"_ ...... '".....
Miss Rosa Shorter, Frank- regalia His Excellency day. ; $14,0001 g'lr0i
"""Rr>' lin Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sir Ralph Grey led the ltlkl .
Mrs. and the Father Preston Moss, ;
S/Sgt. Earnest L. Kirklandof Allen, Charles Davis, parade Inspected
ordained ,
After diningat Three cheers for newly priest
the 90th Air Terminal Sdn., Mattie L. Brown. guard. said his Mircis
Tony's the celebration the Queen brought the first Solemn .' !!:!., Award 'drd
Reserve, Homestead A.F.B. continued at the Castawaysalso colorful 45-mlnute ceremony High__ Mass t..St. Fran- Fj_ lf: ". ..._. ".m'm. _wm.".._..... _
left last weekend for McGuire cis xavier Cathedral on
A.F.B., New Jersey for 15 on Miami Beach.Mr. would to a close. June 6. The Rev. Father The Jatnalcan govern- .._",
and Mrs. Shorter Cletus Edgecombe OSB, ment announces from
days summer camp. like to announce the marriage Rosemary Dallne, a Haitian offered his first Solemn Kingston this week thatit
Kirkland a 14-year veteranof of their daughter Nina Mae was slabbed to death, High Mass June 6 at. Our will award 5000 pounds
the Miami Police Dept. is to Johnny Bernard Chandleron on July 3 at Grand Ba- Ladv's Church and 'offered ($14.000)) in 1968 to the rt
well known in the Miami
area. June 19. 1965. hama. A woman whos his second at SS, person in this generationwho
A brother, S/Stt. E. B. Kirkland -
identity was not releasedby Peter and Paul Church, it considers has
Sr. will also make the the Criminal Investigaton Clarence Town, Long Is- made the most significant;
I tour Dept. has been arrested contribution t>> the fieldof
: in connection with the land.Father Edgecombe Is human relation. :r
killing. the son of Mr. and Mrs. The award is to be ; ,..' !

FOR $ALL REDUCELose Prince Ettarecombe and a named the Marcus Garvey .. *
Bishop Alvin Moss of native of Clarence Town. prize for Human Rights
A Good 4, ROOM Home up to 6 poundsWEEKLY the Church of God of in honor of the late Ja- 1"

1 returned maican-born N e g r 0 l'fr.'
$3200 Fri Prophecy to
Total ce Wellington Adderley 34 leader. I ,f.;
Nassau June 18. He left
$1100 Cash\Down'Payment; 1545 S. W. lit Street year-old carpenter of The Minister of Development "
23 attend the
$20 Monthly Payment FR 3-2748 ference May to of the Church con-of Strachan's Alley was sent and Welfare,
to jail for six months on Edward Seaga, announced "
God of International I.
1681 I N.W.58T1i. TERRACE Prophecy June 16 after having the award when he
LONG'S CLINIC In the Holy Land
DR. been convicted of woundIng presented the keys of the
.751-4108 and was the only .Bahamian his daughter, Ger- city of Kingston to Dr. :

representative.The trude, with a knife May Martin Luther King. .
16. Magistrate John Bally The government Is con- ,
Bahamas Brotherhood told him that there was sidering making the
C. H. Reeves president no excuse for using a award every two years, <<
gave its annual treat knife Seaga said.Garvey .ff: ,
for inmates of the Infirmary organized the
From diapers to diplomas-- June 17 at the Infirmary Universal Negro Improve-

I Your children I look to you for support and building in Fox The case Involving adverse ment Association in New
education.Here Hill. The Brotherhood has claimants to 260&78 York City during the 1
I initiated a plan to presenta acres of Union Estate near early twenties. The organization -
is where LIFE INSURANCE can give gold or silver medal annually Old Bight Cat Island and prospered fora

| the help you need. to a resident of the owned by Sir Harold while. It had branches
: Bahamas who, in tote Christie's Cat Island in many cities In this
opinion of its executive Farms Ltd., Is before the country in Central and
committee, has contributed court again, with a new South America and In the,
,'" iSEErCcEMtRAlj most to keeping peace fudge on the bench. The West Indies; and was the
and goodwill among all cafe started last year first during this centuryto

( ,.,-' =-: ;:. : ., : : :' groups and classes in the when 13 of the 72 adverse awakening bring about among a mass Ne- .
Bahamas. claims to the land were
j REPRESENTATIVE TODAYI dismissed. Thus far the groes.
Tn 1925 he convicted
was -
..-"? ..:;: t',t*,.;. 1-';: ',,,I" '., '" case has caused quite a of fraud for misusing
bit of bitterness and some
-II In appreciation and in suffering.Fire $500,000 he collected to

will assist you in working our a program recognition of her servicesto organize After a steamship two line.
I the group Mrs. Hilda broke out In the serving yearsIn SIR HILTON BROWN
that will guarantee that your dreams for your Barrett has been electedan schoolhouse at EightMileRock Atlanta penitentiary he
was deported to Jamaica Worshipful Master of St.Arthur' .
| children will come true. honorary member of Grand Bahama on where he elected .
June 2 at about 6:30: a.m. was Lodge No. 488, Free
the Nassau Amateur
|The CENTRAL offers very attractive Modern Operatic Society. Mrs. Bar With the aid of the Free- several times to the and Accepted Masons, Worthy
King's City Council. Patron of St. Arthur's Chapter
Policies to fit particular needs to the rett is a daughter of Mrs. port Volunteer firemen
your up and the Jack Tar Hotel Garvev later moved to Order of Eastern Star ChapterNo.
M. B. Donaldson and the
amount of $50,000. late Rev. T. E. Donaldson. fire department from West England where he died. 141, General Grand Generalissimo -
End the first was putout of Knighthood of
I WHOLE LIFE ENDOWMENT at about 8:30: a.m. the United States, Canada and
Alpheus Saunders and The main door win- ....
EDUCATIONAL Martha Thurston of Fox a r r r the British Isles. Right Grand
I 1 dow and the roof were Associates Eminent Commander of the
MORTGAGE REDEMPTION TERM Town. Abaco, went on a badly damaged, and one I I II
State of Florida and its juris-
fishing! trip on June 16. A AGENCY
I two charred. Ar-
search was started when I
Is I
son suspected.
502 H.W. 54th Street
they failed to return. The Bradley, Grandmaster, has
| boat and Sunder's body I 757-7674 I just returned from Pittsburgh,
AND FAMILY GROUP PLAN were found but the wo- Excellent domestic open Pat from the session! of the
Norman Gay, eldest son
I Grand Conclave.
man is missing. of Mr. and Mrs. James A. I pings now in New York and I Sir Brown wishes to thank
Central Life Insurance Co. Gay of Fox Hill, receivedhis Connecticut.
Miss Patricia Fountain, "Doctor of Medicine I all Sir Knights who made it
I for him to visit sucha
formerly assistant matronat advanced. possible
degree from Ca11rornla'sLorna Transportation
I Of Florida the Princess Margaret Linda Unverslty on I I II session to be able to gain
Hosptal -- -- such vast experiences.
was officially
"THE FRIENDLY COMPANY" June 4. His parents attended -
| confirmed as matron of the hope s soon to share with them
graduation exerciseR Male and Female
k HOME OFFICE TAMPA, FLORIDA the hospital June 16. She and stopped In I I what he has obtained from the
succeeds Miss Hilda Bo- Liberty City to visit rela- Finest domestic and commercial storehouse of knowledge of
BRANCH OFFICES STATEWIDE wen who was appointed tives and friends on their | (jobs in this -area. knighthood. Again, thanks
Principal Matron May 28. return. - Sir Knights.


12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday; July 9, 1965 ,

i RANGE JAMES SMITH of 1026 Court Decision is Bad

j: CARDS MEMORIALSDEATHS NW residence 47th on St., June died 30.at his He News For Numbers MenThe

had been a resident of Miami -
since the year of numbers racket In The pnne.il court ruled)

1926. Survivors include his Dade County received a that it "found no authority
body-blow Tuesday when that forbids state use
widow, Ruth a son. two
A TRIBUTE AND IN MEMORIAMIn step-daughters. Chapel the Third Court of Ap- of evidence procured by
CARD OF THANKSThe peal unanimously affirmed federal authorities In
loving memory of servces were conducted
the furtherance of Investigation
family of the late, THANKSMrs. our dear husband, father Wednesday, July 7 at 2 the state court prose- an -
f federal
.. cution of a former bollta o a
I Sceva McPhee and grandfather p.m. offense."
Ward has been residentof JOSEPH EVANS czar although It was
CHRISTOPHER BUr based solely on evidence Christian and nine aides
( Miami since 1913. She Who departed this life
spent the greater part of July 8, 1963. LARD of 1795 NW 74th seized by federal agents. were convicted by a Crl-
I Defense attorneys for mlnnl Court 1urv'Dec.. 16.
the memories his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
.,. her life serving her fel- Sweet are
., James Carlton Christianhad Judge Jack Fnlk sentenced
lowmen as a goodChristian that never fade St. passed away at Mercy
claimed that the state him to five years and
1. He 1*
civic and social Of one we love Hospital July
court decision was unfair gave the others lesser
I', worker. She would long But could not save survived by a son, Arnold
I be remembered for her A loving; broken link Dullard, three brothers a and unconstitutional.The terms.
soft and gentle speech. We could never replace. mother of Nassau, Mrs. appeal decisionhas Progenitor:: Arthur Hut-
w her tender loving and Always In our heart. Emma Bullard. Services opened the way for a' toe said evidence notalnstOrrsHs
bblita trial basedon
sympathetic attitude towards Laura Evans wife conducted Tuesday at St. : n iowivl he controlled -
Children and James Baptist Church. a federal raid Involving 188 ticket, sellers
rt in distress Jack Tillman Rainwater
z4R grandchildrenALBERT and took In more than
sickness and trouble. JOHN LEE BENNETTof longtime gamblingman. $40.000 the day of the raid
her life she
During span .
at his "counting house"In
3150 NW 42nd St., apt.
made ,
many many friends The Internal Revenue Hialeah.
4, was pronounced deadon
with both Colored and Service arrested
MISS DORIS SHEPHERD arrival agents Rainwater's
at Jackson Hospital trial 'h set
White. She served some of 16520 NW 19 Ct., on July 3. He is sur- Rainwater and Christianin for Julv 20 before .Judge

the outstanding officialsand died July 3. Services con vived by his wife Ruby separate raids on April Jack Turner.Tn .

:ti city old In her residents of this ducted Thursday from the his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 20. 1963 another appeal de-

f Mrs. Ward younger days. New Bethel Baptist Rudolph Hayes 13 brothers After the federal prosecution c'slon' Tuesday the District -

,.,., was greatly Church Rev. W. K. Smith and sisters. Services : failed the agents Court turned down
- -- loved all. She leaves
by to
officiated. Survivors are will be conducted Satur- hrought the evidence to the bollta conviction of
ARTHUR ALLEN mourn her loss a daughter mother father two sisters day, July 10 at 10 a.m. at State Attorney Richard 49-iVear-old Raymond C.
who departed this life June 24,, Mrs. Doris McPhee three brothers grand Antioch Baptist Churchof Gerstein for state court McClendon of Coconut

1965, wish to express thanks to Copeland a grandson, Albert parents. Final rites will Brownsville Rev. trial. Grove.

the many friends and neighborswho Armstead Anderson a be In Decater, Ga. Stephenson the pastor,
remembered us during our sister Mrs. Alvilda Sands will officiate. He will lie

hours of bereavement. Due to, a host of nieces grandnieces MRS. WILLIE PERRY, in repose in the chapel beginning -

the numerous cards and floral nephews grandnephews 1466 Harrison St., died at 2 p.m. Friday. Man Killed After ArgumentWith

pieces, spa e would not permitus other relatives July 4. Services Saturday ---.0... I

to publish each name and land I friends. 2 from the Mt. Pleasant .
thank you in person, but please Her family Joins in Baptist Church In Girlfriend

accept our sincerest thanks. wishing to express their Gould, Rev. Lockett offi
The Allen Family appreciation to Rev. S. A.
ciating. Survivors are a After a quarrel in his girl The investigators said
Cousin. Rev. F. J. Hicks
son David a granddaughter friend's apartment in Home- both went outside, and Culverwas
CARD OF THANKSThe the officiating officers
pastor a grandson two a6 stead, a 27-year-old man was shot in the lower side
family of the late bers organist of Greater Bethel mem- great grand children. shot and killed Monday '''of the right abdomen. He

J. B. Culver, of 458 N.W. crawled in front of his car,
KINO AME ,Church for the
14th Street, Florida City, was and died.
wish to express their appreciation beautiful funeral services 6401 NW 18th Ave., died the victim of a three-way are
rendered and
to the
for the 'many kind* many- June 29. Services will be
i gument.
friends and public at
conducted 4 .
nesses shown them on the Saturday p.m. His assailant Levi Cobb,
large for the telegrams. ,' ,
from the Liberty City j' .
occasion of their recent bereavement floral offerings cards, > 31, of 1614 NW Fourth Ave., .I'
wish to Chapel. Survivors are six 'I-. > I has been charged
..< Florida City, -
letters of condolences
thank particularly their priestat and children mother Mrs. ;,-........" ', t. .t" : .;"'' f'f.: with first degree murder by TAKE
other methods used YOUR FAMILY
Holy Redemeer, Dr. Stanley to express Remilda McKinney. five MRS. ARMENTHA sheriff's deputies. TO

E. Johnson, and the Houseof their kind thoughtsof sisters and six brothers BELTON of 5832 NW 19th According to inve stigators, CHURCH SUNDAYDIGNIFIED

Albert Funeral Home. sympathy. Ave. passed away July 4 the two men argued in the
Signed: DANIEL WILLIAMS, in Middletown Ohio. She apartment of Pearline Evans,

i Mrs. Doris McPhee 17242 SW 101 Ave., Per- was the owner of the Mae 665 SW, 4th ,Ave., She was
Copeland daughter rine, died July 3. Survivors Conna Beauty Shop 'O1', struck and Culver told Cobb
Albert A. Anderson are wife Bernice; six 15th Ave. and 61st St. for leave. '

grandson children father. Remainswill many years. She Is survived :
family' of the late Mrs. Alvilda Sands be shipped Friday 16 by her husband. .

GENEVA TATE sister to Madison, Fla. for final Willie a son Willie Clay-

And. ,Family ,rites. ton a stepmother, Mrs. a, .
wishes to thank the entire Ethel Lee Pate, 5 sisters

staff of Jackson Memorial IN MEMORIAM Mrs. Mamie Dandy. 248 Mesdames Ida Mae Rod-

Hospital, New Mt. Moriah NW 20th St.. died July 6. well Minnie Mae Stacey

Bapt. Church, neighbors and In loving memory of our Arrangements are incom Edna Trammell Loretha

friends of 55th Terr., friendsof dear one who departed this plete. Lewis and Susie Taylor; ,
t K
8th St., & 1 st Ct.neighbors life July 8, 1962. six grandchildren other C'r
of 13th St. Especially CHARLES L. ROSS, SR. MRS NELLIE ROGERS relatives and friends.
grateful to everyon e for floral 1435 NW 61st St.. died Services Saturday at the

pieces donations, food May he rest in peace and July 5. Arrangements are Friendship Baptist Churchat

cards, telegrams, phone calls, light perpetual shine upon him. incomplete. 2 p.m. The Rev. Jen-
visits and kins will officiate.
prayers. --
Mrs. Syble S. Ross
May God bless each of you. FRANCIS
And ChildrenIN MR REBECCA I '

Mrs. Ruby Lee Edwards Joseph Ramsey of 1510 BARNES of 920 NW 46th ,
A nd George Simms MEMORIAMIn NW 4 Ave. died July 7th St. passed away July 5. -
at Jackson Mem. Hospital. She was a native of King REVERENT ATMOSPHERE
loving memory of our Funeral services will held ston Jamaica and was

CARD OF THANKSWe dear sister and aunt, Saturday 10 a. m. at St. here on vacation She Is Surroundings are particu

the family of the SUSIE EVE GRESHAM Peters Cathedral American survived by one son Vito,
late Catholic Church with two daughters Winifred larly important when you
who departed this life July w
Rev. D. Anthony officiating Barnett and Nora Barnes; 7 '
JOE BRUTON 6, 1961. Remains will reposeI ; eight grandchildren. Ser are emotionally upset-our

would like to take this Sweet never are fade the, memories that n the chapel beginning in vices the Saturday at 12 noon '' c home and staff provide a
3 until funeral chapel.
on Frday
opportunity friends to thank our Of one we love, but could p.m. time Saturday ,a \ CV I quiet, comforting atmosphere -
many for their
never save, : a
kind deeds morning. Survivors Include ALLEN Mc- -and lovely services."My .
and acts of
A loving smile and a happy a daughter; Verdell GILL. 11-year-old son of

sympathy rendered to us face Ramsey and several other Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc- c ?' C/e)
during our hour of be-
Broken link we can never re- relatives and friends. Glll of 5201 SW 21st St.,

reavement. place. W. Hollywood was a vic- -
Father in Heaven help
Special thanks to the
Always in our hearts tim of an accidental
William Gregory F Ice
staff of doctors nurses at drowning me never to forget Thy Love
three month old f July 4. Besides
son o
the Jackson Memorial The Family it looks the
Mr. and Mrs. William his parents, he Is survved up to me in
Hospital for their attention Fice of 753 NW 55 Terr. by three brothers and a beauty of the flower ."
of Albert sister.
Services Sunday .. John
for died .July f th at Jackson at Henry Jowett
Its hospitality the
family of the late Memorial Hospital. Fun 1 p.m. at Gethsemane
members and pastor of Mt. eral services were held Baptist Church of W est 4\ Oscar L. Range
Tabor Baptist Church. RICHARD E. (Buster) MINNS Thursday July 8th 11 Hollywood witn the Rev.

Prince D. Williams of the wish to thank the many friends a.m. in the chapel. Other Isaac Clark officiating. Funeral Home
Triumph Churches. L :
and neighbors during our be survivors include 2 grandmothers -
May God bless an keep reavement for your letters, Mrs. Louise Fice MRS. MARY SIMPSONof

each of you. cards, telegrams, floral pieces, and Mrs. Essie Mae Lit- 1927 NW 3rd Ct. died
Mary Bruton wife tles and other relatives. .July 6. She was a well
and donations. Thanks to Rev.
Mrs. Ethel Cooper. Hall, choirs, ushers and mem- known Miamian having Hargrove Memorial CompanyGRANITE

daughter bers of Ebenezer Methodist DEATH NOTICE lived here since 1926. She
Church. was also a member: of MARBLE BRONZE
CARD OF THANKSThe Special thanks to the Bertram Johnson, son of long standing of St. Paul

Range Funeral Home for their Mr. and Mrs. Reginald John- AME Church. Services on MONUMENTS MARKERS FLOWER VASES
family of the late kindness and hospitality son of 1175 Fulton Ave., Saturday at 4:30: p.m. She
will lie In
ROSA MAE DAVIS shown us during our bereavement Apt. 26-D, Bronx, New York, afternoon repose and will Friday be: 16145 N.W. 28th Place, Cpa Locka
died in New York
City, July taken to the church
who departed this life June Sat-
4. Mr. Johnson is the nep-
22, 1965 would like to thank Mrs. Vigena.'MinnsAnd hew of Mrs. Vera Wilson of urday vivors at 9 a.m. Her sur- Phone: 624-0916

their many friends and neighbors Children this city. include a daughter -
for all acts and deeds of Mrs. Delia Hale Mrs. Margaret Storey. .

kindness during her extended And Family

illness and during their hoursof Mrs. Carrie Sower

bereavement. Many thanksfor May God bless you all. CARD OF THANKSThe 3jturolu Mt_ mortal park

all florals, cards and
tele grams. RANGE !!fL" P7uttr-Jtit. H I e" of 8 grave pacts or less
family of the lot.
Special thanks to Rev.P. ALSO I..e d.i a t. qrovt space litemeat

S. Brown and the membersof FREDDIE JEROME JOHN JACOB JARRETT SR. Boxes and vaults permitted

Mt. Tabor Baptist Churchand NOTTAGE of 1527 NW We ere tot fell|| sad wt ere till dogs, 1t..I....

the Range Funeral Home 58th St., apt. 21, the six- is gratefully acknowledging and thanking all of our Open fix days o week to terre yes

for their services which were year-old son of Mr. and neighbors and friends for your kind expressions of Gates open 7 days for your convenience
gratefully appreciated. Mrs. Bumell Hunter
May sympathy during his illness and bereavement. Ml ION
our 48TH mEET
God bless all of you. passed away July 6. NE44UI

William Chapel services Saturday. E. Johnson, Manager HOM phenat OX 1W99i
A. Davis I
July 10 at 5:30: p.m. I
And Family

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 9, 1965 13


CLASSIFIED' :1 1 : furnished Adults 1 liys
. : rooms cool in quiet, 1556 NW 47 St. (rear): .144 ,< .>>. {J t: /t
neighborhood cooking no 2116 NW 42 St. (rear);
extra charge. From $7 up. 1761 NW 43 St. 633-2891.

JIll SALE FOR SALE 5 Inquire Ct. Call room PL 9-2665.7. 2056 NW BUICK ROADMASTER. OPEN SUNDAY 2-6 P.M. COME SEE

.0 $250 $9,500 juU7 Bargain power brakes 4025 N.W. 5TH AVENUE
furnished cottage. CBS homes very, -
Clown :,1I1cmovc\ right In! very nice, large home on FURNISHED ROOM. Call windows power steering radio. One power own- Beautiful Pool Home. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Florida

hlodern( furniture Freshly and painted iipfnllanre5. nice in lot, call me on this, 757-8835. er. Sacrifice $350 PL room, 2.car garage, appliances, sprinkler sys.... Con

landery }pretty,. Keys nt Korl very, Realtor quiet area., call A. Ben-anytime FURNISHED 1-bedroom 8-3177, 620 NE 77th St. also bt used as hone and income. 1 bedroom and bath

Life Realty. nl'nker1002 751-2243. garage apt. 1775 NW 84 BEDROOM DUPLEX has separate entrance. Reasonable>> down payment.
sjw 7 Ave. PI. 9-4371. St. rear. $65. Owner *
and Suntlayl"l. apt. Hot and cold water,
Open. 3BEDROOMTotal 6818401. free utilities. 3028 NW 52 3345 N.W. I2TH AVENUE !
$13.000 CBS this
St. NE 4-8244.
CORNER--- BEAUTY is a large home for big 1-BEDROOM furnishedapt. Newly painted, 2 bedroom, enclosed front porch, dining

.[plus* swimming pool -3-- family only $400 down, ., free lights and water, ROOM. 944 NW 49 St. room, carport, large lot.Only $9,800 total. $1,000 1

I bedroom CBS on double $86 month pays all. Very 1868 NW 55 Terr. 635-9089. Prefer single man or woman down. $76 month. Don't mitt this good buy.No quail.lying. -
lot near 36 St. and 17 Ave. good area nice street. A. phone 757-4149. .
shopping center, Ben-Kori Realtor call 2-BEDROOM APT. New
|Near * *
anytime 751-2243. unit CBS.
I school buses. FHA only 765 NW 69
$500 down payment. Seller St., phone 754-9069. Free HOME AND INCOME ALLAPATTAH AREA
pays closing costs. To TOTAL $12,000 gas water. Adults only.
I be painted In and out. Call Beautiful corner, extra Lovely CBS, 2 bedrooms, plus largo efficiency or 3

I for appointment. Fenster large lot house is really $16 PER WEEK. Three- HELP WANTEDCAB bedrooms,2 baths. Large kitchen, dining room, garage,

I Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. something special. Total bedroom unfurnished duplex patio, fenced. $450 down, $14,000 FHA.
$12,000 only $400 down, 1367 NW 58 Terr. DRIVERS. Apply at
* *
RICHMOND HEIGHTS very large Fla. room. Society Cab Office, 269 N.W.

3920 Van Buren St. Spacious FHA terms. Call anytime 3-ROOM HOUSE for lent 21st Street. Indf Beautiful CBS, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, carport, patio,

3-bedrooms. one A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, furnished. $14 week. 358 fenced, $450 down, $14,500 FHA. Shown by appointment -
bath CBS with built In 751-2243. rear NW 10 St. FR 19177or MAL E or FEMALE. only.
FR 99155.BEAUTIFUL Musicians waitresses. Experience
oven and range, hard- * *

wood excellent floor and condition carporte.In One. Total 2 $11.000 BATH, CBS only $350 1-bedroom Over 18 years not old.necessary.Steady H.W. 48th Street. CBS Beauty. 2 bedrooms, front

bank mortgage finances down and $78 month pays apt. for 1 or 2 adults. $20 job for summer season. porch, dining room, garage, patio. Fruit trees, $400

$600 aown, :$w month, all, ideal for couple. This week NE 5-5564. Contact manager of Sugar down, $12,800 FHA.
charming 2-Bedroom Shack Key West, Fla.,
I plus escrow, total price * *
home large carporte, ANN'S GUEST HOUSE. phone CY 6-9147 after 9
|J$12,000.6 Percy Open Sunday L. Johnson 2 to, beautiful kitchen hard- 344 NW 10 St. Nice clean p.m. nitely. Jul31 : ARE YOU BEING DISPLACED BY EXPRESSWAY,

|Rg.p.m.Broker, ph. 927-2977 wood floors that gleam. rooms. maid service free URBAN RENEWAL? WE CAN HELP YOU BUY ANY

I Hollywood or YU 37694, Tile roof feather your parking for cars. Air con- BUTCHEH. Experienced FHA HOUSE FOR ONLY $100 DOWN.
nest in this home for 2. ditioned with or without. n n 1 v need apply. Call
lif no answer call collect. HAVE SOME CASH? WE HAVE SOME TERRIFIC
weekly 691-2972.
or FR
A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, call overnght
9-9155. BUYS.SHELL .
anytime 751-2243.
GROCERY and Produced
( CBS '-bedroom,
ONLY FHA experienced man wanted. -
'" ' ;
(carport painted appliances inside and, freshly out.- This large 2-bedroom nice lot, hardwood floors, Southern Farm Mkt. 582 ; : 't< : : :'_

Price is $9,500 $300 down double car garage, utility fenced yard. Drive by 1871 NW 20 St Apply in per- REALTY
room on large corner lot, NW 87 St. then call Fen- son. Reference. ; :
and $59 month. Keys at '}t
'" ,' ,_ ,,
: "
spotless homec you will ster Realty, Broker, PL '
Life Realty, Broker 4932 like it, very well kept 9-8779. PIANIST to play af Day 420 HW 7A Mi.,1515551Join
NW 7 Ave., PL 9-4371. ; :
Spring Baptist Church.
yard and home. FHA : ;, .,
Open evenings and Sun-
terms. Total 9500. A. 2 NICE CBS homes. Both Call this number, 633-7204 i
Ben-Kori Realtor, call FHA terms. 1260 NW 41 after 5:30: p.m.

anytime 7512243.FURNITURE St. 3-bedroom and 1377
LOVELY HOME. Best location ROOM in private home. A
NW 41 St. Drive by then
on NW 46 St. CBS
quiet sober settled the NAACP
2bdrooms, FOR SALE call Fenster Realty, Bro man.
separate 1890 NW 86th Terr. Selling ker, PL 9-8779. 47 St. area. 634-9R54.
front ,
garage, porch fruit
trees appliances. A big all my furniture and
odds and ends
bargain at $8,500, $300 everything
down and month15 must go. I have sold my
only $69 I XXX 00000000000000000000000000
See anytime ,
Life Realty Broker 4932 Saturday and Sunday, all Selections I. Miami
NW 7 Ave., PL O- 371. being sold very cheap DIAL NOV FOR HOMEY IN I HOUR W 9977 Finest


NO QUALIFYING' = "2- Saturday Sun., Mon. 4769 $ 1,000 .-------$ 20 MonthS NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTS

1 bedroom home near NW NW 17 Ave. CBS 3-bed- 2.000.---$ JO Month EZ Terms Len Than Rout
12 Ave. -and 46 St.: Fla. room 2 .bath, zoned business t-
phone 885-3805. $10,000 ---------$100 Month
room, ,carport. large yard 2323 M.W. 85TH STREET
just pay $300 down 'and LOANS ON VACANT LOTS, HOMES OR ACREAGE
ake over FHA payments CBS 3UBEDROOM 2- (I l11.t look expensive. To see me Is to I buy>> ...)
14 bedroom FHA terms. Loi lit and 2nd Mortgagee
bff. yrs.Life and you're Broker paid 75x100. $350 down 16431 1 on a brand I>> new beautiful I>> 3 bedroom .2 bath with
Realty NW 18 Ct. WI 9-0077. R. I. Baron Mortgages school l 1 block
932 NW 7 Ave. Open family room and garage. 1 I block>> from ,
'undays. from busses and 4 blocks from North side Shopping
SMALL DOWN payment. 14535 N.E. 5th venue Mortgage Broker

IRE NEW CBS-Fresh- Located at 32 St. and 5 I Center.

py painted inside and 635-7849.Ave. Call after 6:30: 8020 N.W. 21ST AVENUF
out, Our best bargain at
7000. $250 down and 0000000 i OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLife's Beautiful CBS 3 bedroom, two bath, oak floors, tile
nly $-13.79 month, FHA 2 CBS HOUSES on same'* roof and carport. $450 down. $85 month.
lot low live in <
taxes one,
ear !school bus
ping. Don't miss this. rent one. A steal for cash < Best Buys! --- 0 w-
above $6.400 existing I]
'eys at Life Realty Broer.
1032 NW 7 Ave. PL mortgage or terms. See at J
[)-4371. Open Sunday and 1930 NW 51 Terr. Call HI 5 5 Large 2 bedroom, 2 bath, plus Fla room. Only 2
venings. 6-1275. OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY COME SEE years old. By appointment only.

Like 1536 N.W. 45TH STREET
iew 3-bedroom CDS in portunity. Low down pay: 8431 N.W. 22ND PLACE
ment. Illness in
-lUerty City. Large fenced family. 2 bedroom, CBS, carport, fresh paint, spotless.
Call PL 8-9383 7 a.m. to bedrooms oak floors and tile roof.
/aid. CBS 2
Only $300 down, 7 Price is $9,500. $300 down and $59 month. Lovely ,
nd move right in. This p.m.A $12,900 total price.
(house is less than five
old. BRAND NEW luxurious 275 N.W. 46TH STREET --- 0 --
years Life Realty,
home with all of the fea-
8401 N.W. 22ND PLACE
roker 4932 NU
7 Ave. roof
room, new large yard.
'L o. 1371. tures the better buyer is
lings and- Sundays Open even- looking for. On a m o s t No qualifying, $300 down. Take over FHA. Like new, CBS, 2 bedrooms, oak floors, tile roof and

beautiful street. Must be built-in kitchen. $400 down, $69 month. FHA terms.
BRAND NEW. $495 DOWN seen to be appreciated.The 1855 N.W. 46TH STREET
--- 0 --
[Lots 3-bedrooms of and 2 bath. you will nrlce guess is lower I it to than he. 2 bedroom, CBS, separate garage, fruit trees.A .

This deal luxury I is hard features.to be- Open 1-5 p.m. Sun. 575! bargain at $8,500, $300 down, FHA terms. 1391 N.W. 52ND STREET

lieve but true NW 17 Terr. FR 1-W02! CBS 2 bedrooms baths
inspect and Gorgeous 2 on fenced corner
sep for yourself. 8220 N.W. 14TH PLACE lot. down
877 N NO CLOSING COSTS $450 $13,5 GO total price.
7725 NW 73rd 14th Street Ave. Modern CBS duplex. Only Like new CBS, florlda room, {alousied/ windows. --- a --

615 NW fiOth! Street $600 down and $90 a Barge at $9,800 $250 down and $62 month. 5
all JE 1-6902. month. Live rent free! 1300 H.W. 82ND STREET
Wynne. 2-bedrooms each side

BRAND NEW luxurious tile roo f. appliances 1139 N.W. 85TH STREET Brand new CBS, 2 bedrooms, on corner lot. Owner ] [

iome that has all of the Large yard fresh paint. Large Florida room, separate garage, carpeting wants offer. $60 per month pays oil.

eatures looking the for Better with a buyers new NW Life Realty.7 Ave. PL Broker.9-4371.432 Price is $11,000 $350 down $68 month. -- 0SPECIAL ---

'ind of deal. 1 Open Sunday evenings.
mortgage NOTICE!
inlyi! $102.81 per month. 1142 N.W. 85TH STREET

Fully furnished freshly painted spotless.No .
cottage, ,
p.m. at 575 NW 47th npr'al ThN UVek Onlv!!
"err. JE 1-G902. The TWO NEW rnA HOMES qualifying $250 down. Move right in. > YOU FOR ONLY $100 DOWN PAYMENT (IF YOU CAN
is lower than you 3-bedroom. 2 bath Fla. )

v1l1 guess. room. rA.'IIt-ln ranee, ovena WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES I FHA.
i 19fi5! creation. So come j

$350 down FHA terms, out see our new model*
arge 2-bedroom CBS and our salesman will explain NEWS REALTYlnc
ardwood floors. Fla. to :you about the
room, carporte. fenced easy financing. Hurry our Life Realty
ick yard, full dining two models will he sold Broker
oom, very quiet neigh- thU \1'pet.Onn for Inspection -

3en-Korb rhood: best Realtor.area. Our A. anytime Sunday vou'll 1-6 call p.m.or us.. 932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371 4140 N.W. TTH AVE. PL 4-0655

ew location 612 NW 1141 and 1131 NW 75 St. 2 Open 7 Days Per Week Eveninas Tool :! (Open Sunday from 1 p.m.)
)th St. Call anytime Fpncter Realty. Broker
51-2243. PL 9-8779. kxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) ooooooooooc C oooo ooooooooooooooooooooooooo


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::1 MIAMI TIMES Friday July 9 1965
14 THE '" '"
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r .;. c' 0 0 ''':: EAL CLUB TEA SUNDAY '
o cO', If''w.,1'.
> The EAL Social Civil Club .' ..., ,a .. > > "
I, t presents its annual Tea Sun- ". ... f/I"' .,'07.:'< ;.'
I y day, July 11. at Dixie' Park t"" -m
401 N.W. 12th St., beginning !l1s. ;;L !. il;:)

at 4 to 6 p.m. The guest artistof

p the evening is Mrs. Flo- : ::1 'flB: th.J r. D
rence Hall, of Kansas City, ...
and Mr. Norman Sevin, guest .....

speaker. The public is cordially
I ,';- I invited.


I This year free' summer school programs are being con- '

-11 j I ducted at most of our schools; giving our students the op
portunity study this summer for six weeks ending July 23.

For many of our students summer school will provide a

II RECEIVES SCHOLARSHIPLebbie place where they may prepare themselves for the coming

school year, 'a place which they may have fun during the
Juliet Hammock. summer participating in the recreational activities and a
laughter of Mrs. Julia and the
place to stay from trouble.
late Me. George Hammock of 'Full programs are being offered at most of our schoolsand

781 N.W. 42nd St., received a courses are being taken for leisure as well as for cre-

$50 scholarship from the dit. Our teachers are doing a great job in helping our stu-

Joliette Charity and Social dents to receive those courses in which they need. Assist-

Club.Lebbie ing the teachers in many of our schools are NeighborhoodYouth

is a graduate of Corp students in helping to make the summer school
Booker T. Washington High
V program a success.
School, and plans to attend the On e of our schools, Booker T. Washington, provides an
University of Miami School of extensive summer school program. Mr. Nicholas Borota is
:, '
'} Music, majoring in voice. principal.

Students enrolled at Booker. T. have two grading pe-

riods, the first ending July 2, cards were issued on July 6,
FLORAL HEIGHTS STUDENTS AT CRANDON PARK and the second is July 23, the last day of summer school.

: The large enrollment of students seem to enjoy the
This bright-eyed bunch of students from Floral Heights Workshops and iRstitvtes KtipFAMU program as well as gain from it. As stated by Beverly Robinson -

Elementary School under Miss Margie Savage took part in a student at Booker T. Washington. "The program is

the Young Artists Day activities at Crandon Park last week. very beneficial, and I enjoy participating in the recreational

The children tried their hands in drawing the live animalsin t Campus lusy activities."
_. Classes being taught in the summer program are English -
the Crandon Zoo Photo by Peggo Cromer
TALLAHASSEE The mother-baby care and fitnessfor mathematics social studies, general science, biology,

Florida A&M University cam the future, July 5-23, Dr. etc. along with other classes for leisure as art and crafts,
home, economics band chorus skill labs. Along with
pus will be humming busilyfor Clinita A. Ford, director. etc.
Carver YMCA ActivitiesRESIDENCE the rest of the summer.In Junior High School Per- these classes are full programs of recreational community
addition to the regular sonnel Workshop for teachers, school activities. The school's library is open for the convenience

summer program, the following counselors, deans, assistant of the students.
CAMPRegistrations kick off their first annual workshops institutes and principals or principals who Booker T. Washington, is one of the schools in our

Sports Day Activities. The special study projects will be desire to improve their know- community offering a free summer program. Are you enrolledin
are now be ing will with the
program open in operation. ledge and competencies in one in your community?
received daily for the residence Horseshoe
following contests
: ,
Earth Science Institute in junior high school work, July
camp period August 22- basketball, tetherball, table
meteorology, geology and soil 5-23, Dr. A. E. Teele director. i
28. Jefford Smith, chairman of tennis, dominoes volleyball,
science for junior and senior .
the Camp Committee and as- shuffle board, checkers, tram-
high school science teachers, School Lunch Training
soc iate camp director for the poline and tumbling.
June Dr. Cla- for school lunch
14iAugust 13. Program personnel '
period; is urging early regist- Charles Hill who is the rence B. Owens, director. including courses in rp ( #
ration place in the
to a
program director at the Car- Workshop in Spanish for Foundations of Quantity Food 8
rapidly filling The beau-
tiful Lake Placid camp. has ver YMCA has invited the fol- Elementary School Teachers, Preparation and Service, Nutrition -
been renovated and appropri- lowing parks: Liberty Park June 14-July 14. Mrs. Eva Quantity Cookery, ''" .rrl
Manor Park, North Miami i Bosem an, director. Equipment Use and Care, Or-
renamed Florida.It
ately Camp
provides all of the facili- Beach, North Dade, Seminola Health Project in Teacher ganization and Management of aaBy Walter Bowe
Park Brownsville Jr. High Education for teachers, health School Lunch Departments
ties for which Florida is noted School and Bunche Park. The Ladies Auxiliary of Fire Dept. will hold Its
coordinator, supervisors, ( managers only). purchas-
such as water sports of all the South Broward VFW meeting Monday at 8
Ribbons and will p.m.
trophies ,
principals, June 16-July 14, ing (for managers only(, and
kinds including
Post 8195 will meet Sun-
be given to the winners. Royal Dr. 0. A. Moore, director., Record Keeping (for managers
skiiing. The camp staff is Drive Inn will hot day 2 p.m. Please be present Franklin Bullard is
sponsor Summer Science only)( featuring demonstrations -
well prepared to accommodate at this meeting. Mrs. visiting here from New
dogs and hamburgers for the
by Mrs. Hattie McSwain
Program in Mathematics for ,
100 MeetYork with
campers. kids. Lyons Is president. his wife and
Some of the campers are high ability secondary school National Live Stock and Meat Ing will be at the post two children and with
selling YMCA cookies to defray students with limited educational Board home economist, July home. his parents Mr. and Mrs.

part of the $35 fee-one PAT RANGE opportunities June 12-23, Dr. Clinita A. Ford, Gerald Bullard 'also with

boy, William Francis has already 21-July 31, sponsored by the director. The Carver Ranches his brother Clifford.
osld 12 cases thereby NAMED TO National Science Foundation, Building Management and
his entire fee- Dr. I. E. Glover, director. Workshop sponsored by Flo-
other camp YOUTH BOARD Directing Teachers of rida A&M University for providing -\ ,..
two boys, Gregory Mc
Cloud and Alvin Taylor have Metro Commission Student Teachers, workshop in-service training for
designed for personnel involved persons employed as school WIGLET HAIR STYLES
earned ha if-Cookies avail- Patrick
are named N. Range
in work with student custodians and building maintenance 5nw a ..... rant flew .ho. Is M,4.4
able upon the payment of the among nine Dade Coun- ...., Styli Ctartiltvt .
registration fee. tlans to serve on the teachers, June 21-July 9, Dr. employees July 5-9, ... THIN fOP PIOUIM"
Two created Youth Ad- W. A. Mercer, director. W. E. Lee and R. E. Webber, Crottttf for the Wu.lM **. No. Mir *t Ik*.
pre camp overnight newly ..., ...../.
directors to MM M look MComtx
Mr (
camps have been scheduledfor yisory Board. The group Summer Institute in Mathe- ....1.*.,.., M ..... rte ...... .
matics for elementary school t0. fill M. tk s to* crown *f jwwr .....*. s
will explore: juvenile
August 6 and 13. Registration FREE XRAYSThe
problems In Greater MI- personnel-grades K.6, elementary EASY TO
blanks are available on request ::00'
at the building or they ami.The school-supervisors, Christmas Seal Mobile ATTACH
needs of delinquent and teachers COMES INsrouis
will be mailed. principals June Chest X-rayUnit of Dade AND
dependent and neglected 28-August 7, sponsored by the Monroe Tuberculosis and Res- THICKER STYIESI A
CARVER COLTS IN children will be studiedby National Science Foundation, piratory Disease Associationwill ht Block A'

WINNING' STREAKThe the group and wayswifJ Dr. Glover director. not be in operation from Off Block I

senior YMCA baseb.aH be recommended on Home Nursing and Infant July 1 to July 21. During that Miiivd Dork Brown CrtyS3 1730 "MISTrW.50'TlliTMctw
how to meet them. Cares for persons who wish to WgI..rI2.N
period of time those n
team has an enviable recordof Range i Is manager of needinga o
qualify for Red Cross Teachers' -
14 wins aga inst only 4 defeats the Oscar L. Range Fun- chest x-ray may go to the I",. ,,24
Certificates and for
for the season. After eral Home and presidentof Dade County Health Depart- "ADORHf"
twin victories over the holi- Educators Enterprises, persons who wish to acquire ment at 1350 N.W. 14th St.
day weekend-the coach Rex Inc. basic nursing skills involvedin from 9 to 11 any morning Mon-

Barclay treated the team and' home care of the sick, day through Friday. .

fans to a barbecue picnic at

Manor Park on July S. .....,..... 9uIIOUL11
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GIRLS SOFTBALL LEAGUE -r .H. tt ............ ..,. an...,.. I
e.np4.t* UlnttraM c.tr't.f Modal HeIr
North Dade Recreation Wlft, MM COM '; "'f lot* 11211"MIIM ?
M* wMratt. IC. rwrt Fttf won rtJwt -
Center and Carver YMCA tied < .. .. ...... wrttv A1ea Tlklr I. 1-$11.50
for first place in the senior -- -, "

girls league. Dade had a hit- r
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ting attack in the 5th inning i
4 r '
giving them a total of 24 to r V $ t r

Carver 22 hits. North Dade .
won by a close of 2322. ,

League Baseball Team upset ; t

Manor Park by a score of 6 to ,

5. Carver YMCA collected a L
total of 12 hits to Manor Park k LYNNJEFF KINDERGARTEN

16 hits. On that some program ,
: Fy
Carver YMCA Little Le ague

Team tied Manor Park' in a : T

close game. Manor Park Team T DON'T WAIT TOO lONGIII!!!
ran a total of 18 hits to Carver

YMCA 14 hits. In the closingsix Register your child now for the fall school opening.

inning Carver tied Manor Ages from 2 years to 6 years.
Park 11 to 11 at Manor Park.
a a r& 0-
Carver YMCA Senior Boys

Basketball Team will open "ly nnl.ff Kindergarten" is state welfarrf approvedwith

their first game at North Dade certified teachers, and one of the most Modern
Recreation on Monday, July
12., Carver YMCA hope to be school kindergartens in Dade County.

at their best with four letter- jpr

men backing the team.
L CALL PL 9-8779 I
SPORTS DAY ACTIVITIESOn Members of the Boys Club of Miami at S.W. 32nd Ave. and U.S. get instructions and

Saturday, July 10, at drawing materials! before entering competition in Young Artists Day events at Crandon Park.

10 a.m., the Carver YMCA will The Boys Club is sponsored by the Optimist Club. Peggo Cromer Photo


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 9, 1965 15

S earin with.eeeeeeee 1 Tan bpics'J1M Sfepped-Up Drive for Negro

Graduates on at Colleges

NEW: YORK (NPI- more job offers with better
The most extensive searchfor pay."
Negro graduates ever Co-educational Bishop col-
staged on the nation's Negro lege, Dallas, Texas, reports
college campuses Is that about 35 companies
being carried on by recruiters agendes had been bidding
BY HARRY SPEAR from business, industry, for 216 seniors.At .
banking and government.
The Miami Marlins have made quite a Reports from some of the
I colleges Indicate that the Lincoln university,near
additions to their roster during the past
number of personnel repre- Philadelphia, representativesfrom i
two weeks. The major addition was veteran sentatives who have visited 90 concerns have been

righthanded pitcher Paul Brown, who was assigned : their campuses exceeds the on campus, compared with .i
to the Marlins by the Phillies. Brown, number of graduating sen- six in 1960. Other schools

who has spent portions of three seasons with iors.Many reporting bids for Negro
) Negro students, re- graduates include Lane col-
the parent Phillies, is in his sixth season of pro- I ports continue, are reluctant lege, Jackson, Term.; Lang-
ball, having spent the past two years with I b to believe that business and ston university, Oklahoma;
Arkansas of the Pacific Coast League, industry are sincere In their Texas college, a Methodist-

where he compiled an overall 18-16 record.Brown's recruiting efforts. Tocombat supported school Tyler,
these suspicions that the recruiting Mo rehouse, Atlanta, among
younger brother, Jackie, pitched for efforts nre"window- others.

the the Marlins in 1962 and 1964. Brown was dressing"without long-range Among the concerns and

recently sold by the Phils to the St. Louis Car- career and promotion opportunities agencies represented for the
recruiters have first time were the Tennessee
conditional basis but he
dinals, on a was re-
begun to take along success- Valley Authority, U.S. Secret
turned because the Cardinals had an over ful Negro employes as "ex Service, American Can, First
abundance of draft choice signings. j4 1.1 hibits". National Hank, Memphis,
Shortstep Jim Speight, a .278 hitter with At present, about 58 percent and the United Airlines,
the Marlins last year, joined the team from of a total of 158,000 which hired two Lane College -
tilt students the students stewardess
Negro across as
Spartanburg. He is a graduate of North Caro- nation arecnrolledinthc 123

lina University with a B. A. degree in educa es.Dow
the latter
Negro colleges. Of Chemical Is biddingfor
tion, and during the off season, he is workingon 1 119 are situated in 17 Southern chemical researchers at
I'I states and the District of Langston with salaries rang
his master's degree from North Carolina. -- UNLESS IT'S BOTTLED
arrived just in time for the Columbia. ing from 556,000-$8,000) ) ;
Speight game G'N17& 4TAL -y 13 Starting salaries for Negro North American Aviation,
Sarasota last Friday, after driving all night graduates appear to be in electronics and business
and day from Spartanburg. He is also off toa about the same as for white administration and various
good start with the Marlins. DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOGlobal < ipplicants. Possible excep- oil companies for account-
third tions are some of the "show- ants with average startingpay
The new player to join the Marlins
case jobs", which merely try of :S6.000.:
recently is pitcher Mike Mathias. Mathias ar- to exploit the presence of a

rived the same day as Speight, but didn't see Negro In the front office for
action until Saturday, when he pitched one OOOOOOOOOOO !IJY LOU Luroup. OOOOOOOOOO* purposes of the company'sImage

inning of relief. it was further disclosed :

Mathias is a graduate of Hunter Collegein Today Global Portraits of every city of the nation BE A NURSE'S AIDE
feels proud to have the He also; urged t h e These jobs offer Negroes
the Bronx, is married and has one child. He privilege to salute the Negro Press: to continue higher pay than whites THE IDEAL SCHOOL FOR

was drafted by the Phils and assigned to the greatest organization we to inform to ensure that would receive. An official at TRAINING NURSES' AIDES
Marlins. have American Negroes know City College of New York
as Negroes today -
| 2380 West Flogler Stre.'tColl i
much about cited an English major who
This weeks Marlin schedule : NNPA, the National Newspaper more resources -
Publishers Association that are available u was offered a job as assist for information and fort;
Monday, July 12 Cocoa at 7:30 which just recently to them. Mr. Rowan's addii's ant personnel manager at a brochure 444-4637 or
Sunday, July 11 Cocoa at 6:30 closed Its most successful is Mill being praised starting salary of :S7.500: bya 443.9741
Tuesday, July 13 Silver Anniversary by those who hear him. company that specifically $ Morning Classes
Wed., Thurs. Orlando at 7:30.: Convention in Louisville, Too much cannot Ite wanted a Negro.Regarding $ 9 a.m to 12 p.m.
Ky.. under the splendid said of the important role the job oppor- Evening Classes
leadership of Its president :NNPA" Is playing In thisour tunities, a spokesman for 7 to 10 p.m.
MARLIN ,PROFILEJoe "Great which North C.U'ulinacollege, Dur-
Dr. Frank L. Stanley, editor Society" REGISTER NOW FOR NEW
Lis who received a bonus to sign with of the Louisville De- Includes us the Negro. ham, said: "This has been CLASSESNorthwestern's
tcnder. It's (Unbal Portraits the best year yet-more people -
the Phillies is the star first baseman with
now We nuts realize that the1egl'o GPO M'oc Iii; :!. NYC. placed than -'ver' before ... ..
the Marlins and is doing a tremendous job.
: Press is Our Press
With his bonus Lis paid for his mom and and without it there

dad's home, also his dad having been struck would never have been any

with a bad illness!, he paid all hospital and kind of Freedom nor Sae

doctor expenses ; bought a car and paid up all would Civil Rights have 7'ffle4 < I Iteen as near a reality as I I I I I
back bills while his dad was ailing. This boy it Is today. It Is our Negro

is a great example of our American youth. Press that. \I. a crusader

Joe is only 18 years of age. His mom and MS well as a emllne"pusher" Great

dad, two sisters and some friends were visitors through Its

here over the holidays. Joe also contributed pages for the for Negro all that and is f good o r 3 Sport Star ..

towards this trip. others. We must also remember .. .
that it is the

Lou Garvin who was beaned last Tues- Negro Press that lets us
and the world know of the
day and admitted to Mercy Hospital for ob- great contributions made !r 0.i 1co'r1

servation was released Saturday. He tells me by Negroes the world
he is feeling better and back in action over; and we dare to say
that it makes the gre

greater. rarILind

The credo of the Negro
Press will give you an insight -
into Its belief .
"The Negro Press believes FOOTBALL
POST TIME that America can best Second team Miami Herald All City.
5:00 P.M. lead the world away from Passed for 'a total of 2100 yard in
ahttta racial and national antagonisms 3 yeori. Missed only 1 gome in 3
when it accordsto years. Led Bulls to a 26 won and 5
every man regardlessof lost record in 3 year period. '
race, color or creed, ,
his human and 1 e gal
rights. Hating no man,
fearing no man, the Ne-
6 >: gro Press strives to help

"The Notion's .., Oreyboo.d every man In the firm
Siowploce" belief that all are hurt as
long as anyone is held
- NOW! TWIN DOUBLE James Farmer, national BASKETBALL y
director of CORE paid a .,
;;kp. Honorable mention Miami Newt All- x
a tribute to our Negro
City. Scored 325 point Junior year
Press at its convention
end ,395 point senior year district t
when he stated that he
considered the Negro District All-City Guard.

Press a co-worker because -
it had not reachedthe
status of Impartialityand
that we can be sure
of sympathetic reportingin BASEBALLMode ,. ,
P the civil right demon- only 7 errors in 3 y.os. Com .
strations across the nation x!piled o 327 batting average Sparked
This shows that we can championship
I Bulls ta..2 state rC
depend upon our Negro Second_ Team All City Catcher '
Press for the truth ,.,
and in full.
'ms.- >o
r Carl Rowan. USIA director Photo by Glamour '
speaker at the Art by McBride "
+ 'r
convention praised the mmtm mmmmmfmm..Type by Eunice r* _I
Negro Press for its mili-
tancy ants

lentless" In Its attack on
the de facto segregationthat ATHLETE TROPHy......
afflicts the schools

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I 16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 9, 1965

JcmaicM Who Killed \ ". EDISON Specials

i 2 Cops is Deported \\

Lloyd Ashley Cuff 25. investigator and Metro Deputy ;; -
Carlos Stuteville. Cuff ...
who was declared insane after P.M.
he killed two policemen last grabbed Stutevilles gun and
killed both.A 2715 NW 54th St. 634-9389
August at the Miami International 45 H.W. WTO STREET
Airport has been sent proposal to return Cuffto
I I back to his home in Jamaica. Jamaica for psychiatric Lovely CBS koBe on .Ice lot. $300 down, FHA.

1) Hospital A South spokesman Florida in Mental Hollywood turned treatment down was by Criminal at one Court time ..RECORDS $12,800 total.. Garage,. fall dining room, Fla room,

I said that Cuff was transferred Judge Jack Falk. But when he fireplace.
to an institution in received a report from the men
Jamaica two weeks ago. tal hospital that Cuff was TOO H.U5TH

Before room became avail suffering major mental ill SUNDRIESNEWS Lovely CBS Duplex, 2 bedroom each side, tile barks,
: Cuff able for spent him considerable in the hospital.time ness that if not would permanent require hos-indefinite $300 down. FHA No closing cost. Excellent locat

in solitary confinement in the pitalization. the judge signedan '. > ion. Almost new.
Dade The County Jamaican Jail.was brought Jamaica.order permitting his returnto .tH1: TEST: JOPU LAR'& SPIRITUAfcRECOROS" < 3 BEDROOMS BEAUTIFUL CBS HOME

here from Chicago for deportment 100 ft. lot, tile roof, awnings, $300 down. FHA. Total
after he had jumped $13,000.,.. all day Saturday and Sunday.
a ship in the Great Lakes port. TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO 0-
j -
As he was being escortel
through the air terminal by Drive By The Following, Then See Ed icon:
Paul Chisen Hall a private
4 35 M.W. 41st St. CBS home plus 1 bedroom
howse. No qualifying. Only $1000 down. $85 MO.
$9500 total. Famished loo.

2 4030 N.W. 1st Ave. Lovely CBS hone on

corner lot. Tile roof, carport. Oil heat, wall-to-
COMFORTABLE HOME AND INCOME APARTMENT : wall carpeting. No qualifying. Fla room, dining

5383 N.W. 5TH AVENUE : OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY room, and lovely kitchen.

OPEN SAT. & SUN. -2 TO 5 P.M. COME AND SEE : w 3 1866 N.W. 47th St. CBS, } bedroom home. Fla

3 bedrooms, 2 baths, extra large Fla room, kitchen, : ALL CBS 2-3-4 BEDROOMS room, carport ,pin 1 bedroom CBS cottage. Only

garage, also 2 carports. Also separate apartment for : $12,500 total. No qualifying'
Income. On two duplex lots. No qualifying. Terms ar : FROM $300 DOWN NO CLOSING COSTS 4 39 N.W.3,1th St. Pool home,2 bedrooms,2 bath

ranged. fall dining Fla 100x100 ft. lot
FHA OR CONVENTIONAL roo., room garage,
OWNER 82H2468 : patio, bar-b-cne pit, shuffle board court. Call for

.. .. .. .... details.

39 N.W. 49th Street. .1 Bedrooms 5 7030 N.W. 5th PI. Lovely CBS duplex, 2 bed

1770 N.W. 84th Street. 2 Bedrooms rooms each side. Tile baths, $300 down. FHA.
No closing costs.Excellent location.Almost new.
FOB SALE 1832 N.W. 87th Street. 3 Bedrooms
6 Liberty City Area 3 bedroom doll hoase. $395
RELOCATION NECESSARY? 1760 N.W. 88th Street. 3 Bedrooms down, $6,950 total, $79 month pays all. No qualifying.

1842 N.W. 88th Street. 2 Bedrooms No closing costs. Move right in.
Office Building Suitable For:
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