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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 25, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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Year, No. 47 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1064 16 PAGES 10 CENTS
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Atlanta Restaurant, Motel OrderedBy
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Atlanta, Ga., restaurant from his, ,restau- The suit against Maddox was 1 ,I
operator and the owner of a tant eatspistol point and the the first test of the new civil
motel found out Wednesday Heart of Atlanta Motel must rights law and was broughtby !
that the civil rights law Is admit Negroes by Aug. 11. three Negro ministerial stu-
constitutional, when a three- The three Judges,- gave the dents who were chased away '
judge federal court ordered two businesses a 20-day' periodto by the segregationist with a
them to desegregate their fa- desegregate in order to, facilitate pistol and companions with ax
cilities.''*,,,' an appeal which' was handles the day after the law
Restaurant Operator Lester certain to ,be made "by. it h e was signed by President John- JAC ,
Maddox; who chased three Ne- owners. son. I
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Meeting Over StoreI

Frontiers International opened stance, at the luncheon table I'
.1 its international convention and talk about things." An 18-year-old ruffian was
Thursday on Miami Beach at The Frontiers International arrested early this week and
the Roney Plaza Hotel. is interested in seeing its mem- charged with armed robbery!
The organization was founded bers and chapters participatein after his'gang, the "Sharks/ ,I
in 1006 and claims a mem- their local economic com- attempted to take over a
bership of 5,000 in 68 chapters munities. neighborhood grocery.
throughout the United State Members and their guests Robert Fussell, '1024 NW 49th
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It has another chapter in Brit will dance tonight at the Presidential St., was captured nfter his ,.r
ish Guiana. Ball in the Roney Plaza 'gang tried to "gather" bags of
International President James Gardens. A closed banquet 'peanuts and potato 'chips in
King of Newark N. J., said: precedes the dance., I Ed's Market, 1501 NW 5th Ave.
"We believe in most of the Dr. Albert S. Foley and Con- Two other boys and three
$work the civil rights organizations gressman Claude Pepper will girls who accompanied, them-
are doing, but we feel be speakers. all escaped, police said. .1'.1'Dorothy '
"our job'Is In the local commun- Apparently a crowd began to ,
ity. We are trying to fill the Thurgood MarshallTo gather in front of the store at Loretta Johnson,The the Mountain States Telephone
gap between desegregation and about 7:15.: Miss Universe contestant from Co. as a long distance operator
integration." Speak To Elks the Potato State, in in Metro- during the summer.
The "Sharks" then entered
The theme of the conven- creating a disturbance andsnatching politan Miami vying for the This fetching: 10-year-old Po-
tion which ends Saturday, is, Here bags of' 13th annual Miss Universe catello beauty stands five feet
peanuts
'"Preparing for the Challenges Pageant title July 21 to Aug. 3. nine weighs 130 pounds, has
of; Freedom based on a pro- U. S., Circuit Judge Thurgood Edward Hurley, manager of The stately University of hazel eyes and 30-24-37 mea-
('granf*' which the ,Frontiers Marshall will be one of the the store said the'' three boys Idaho coed is already TV per- surements; '
call "economic integration." principal speakers at the con- were armed. lie told police sonality with ambitions of becoming The youngest member of a
"Because we are businessmen vention of the Improved Ben- that one youth called out "We a 'high fashion model family of six, her sister was. a
similar to what you'd nevolent Protective Order of are taking over"; another said while completing her studies in contestant in 1900
find In Rotary or the 'Klwanls Elks' of the World in Miami "I'm taking these.: Try andatop elementary. ',education. An avid baseball fan, Miss
Club, we have no ,communications Aug. '2128. 1Marshall ,, me if you want ,tot' Her voice and diction !- Idaho is currently batting 1.000.
problems," said King. Judge will speak to The 'teenage' girls' ''reportedly "among other "things, 1-,> are She won the ,crown In her first C
"We :can sit down with mem- the group at 8 p.m. Aug. 24, urged the thugs to shoot the flawless. She Is employed by try as a beauty contestant.'
bers' of other clubs, for In- Bayfront Auditorium. store manager.

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01-yeziz- old housewife was
raped and savagely beaten
Tuesday ''night by an Intruder. h hh
searched the
Police area of
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;for tho assailant who was described
'" as wearing work clothing -
E and a billed cap.
The woman told police the
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house about 8:15: p.m. and began -
beating her in the face
with his fists.
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a raped her. As the man ran he r
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kill her if she screamed.',
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who came from the Bahamas
to Florida last September
seeking asylum were returnedto
Nassau Wednesday aboard
a chartered plane.A .
"mandate" received Tues-
day from the Fifth Circuit #I),
Court of Appeals In New Or- ;
hp
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4 f leans upholding orders for
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t Jfcd :Marcus Neustadtcr. Jr., their exclusion from the U.s.
Mrs.
( manager executive had removed the last legal '
,business and t New! Orleans,' vice i president. M
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"'"' secretary greeted by (J to:r) XV In lower photo' Rosa Alpert, barrier, said Acting U. S. y
Nimrod Allen, founder of -manager of"th Roney Plaza Hotel Immigration director in Miami.,

Frontiers International, Inc., Kllpatrick; greets Frontiersmen of Miami,George Mr. James What MInton.the fate of, these poor ;Pretty Catherine Cartwright of Nassau who reigns as

James King.' Newark; N. U., Weustftdter. and ,George Uten- unfortunate will be If they are Mtas Bahamas will be the, representative In the Miss 1
y.., president, Randall Morgan, 'dahl. :.New York district manager sent back to Haiti remains to ar.IA .
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to Mrs.< i''redi' Washingtonfor
July 6-17, a two weeks Workshop In 1937, and several Judge L. E. Thomas, the consultants King. Mr. Chatmon of and Chat-Mr. pinch-hitting on the show.
'Seminar convened at Sunlight others through the years down. Mr. Murray of Miami mons Beauty O'Brien's Supply Beauty
Beauty School. Teachers and, We highly appreciate and Beauty Academy, Mr. Joseph Supply O'Brien for of their lovely trophies.To Our graduation climaxed the
cosmetologists from states as thank the following persons Furnarl, Helene Curtis, Posners, program held at the Church Of
far as New Jersey and New and firms: Mr. Dupree, mem- Roux Sofstvle, Milady Publish- the beauty salons Karlllon we, The Open Door, the Rev. McDowell -
ber of the city board, Mr. Max ing Co., Cairol and Summit thank Lady Desire, pastor and officers
York In attendance. This Wonder-
were Karl, president of the National Laboratories, Mr. Davis, Mozy, Marlon's and Alice In hair ,We sincerely extend our
school was the first In the stateto Conference Of Christians Mr. Nathaniel Vaughns, Mrs. land for their beautiful
have an advance training tad Jews, Dr. G. W. Hawkins, Louise, Riley and Mrs. Opal creations and fashions. Hats off gratitude for service rendered.
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The NAACP will seek to add burg, Ft. 5.
come; 200,000 new voters to the dale, Daytona
state ballot rolls ibetween now Ocala,
and Oct., when the books close Beach,
for the general election, It was cola. The
announced here this week.W. by several

C. Patton, NAACP field Mr. Patton
secretary for registration and ditional
voting, said the new drive Is being launched In JDjJ14J2
concentrated In 14 cities. neighboring employment"r I
Besides Tampa, the cities Include Those Include
Jacksonville, St. Peters- Decatur and -

Urban League Grantto I proved The Iate a, p APPAREL FOR SALE -I

Improve HousingThe professional D. A. JULIUS
National Urban League's established 54 "Champagne taste, beer pocket?" Come to Grade's
awarded Milwaukee a affiliate$103,000 has Federal been sist Negroes Robert, C. Weaver, Administrator where you'll find like-new exclusive dresses,
grant to assist low-Income portunities at the of the Housing and Home suits, skirts, blouses, shoes all originals $1 to $5
families Improve their housing.It "Urban Finance Agency. Mink, fox and other stoles and fur jackets $5 to $10.
Is the first time an Urban cities stand establishment The funds are of earmarked five neigh tor-for Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen
Federal League funds agency for n a such s received work. I the hood information clinics, dresses $1. Men's pure Italian silk suits $3 and $5.
Whitney M. Young Jr., execu- our celerate concern the ed In blighted sections Blue serge suits $5. Sports jackets $2. Pants, shoes
tive director of the National I I citizens in city League, to housing be staffed experts.U y locat-\\ $1. Shirts 50c. Also linens, drapes, bedspreads and
Urban League an interracial ucation and other household items. We cater to the elite. Grace
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the last social affair for the clus Crawford, the newly TV's by the week or month
Bar B-Q school year for Sigma.A elected president.

Party few photographer offguard.Past caught Just a Looking on from left to rightare 907 N.W. '2nd AVENUEPhone
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;." '1- Sigmas enjoyed a barber President of Sigma, Howard Lewis, Percy Sweeting,
FR 42044J
their wives and
cue party with Crawford, the newly elected Thomas Payne, and Ur. Melton
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NAACP Urges Chain Stores I SATURDAY, JULY 25, ,1964 PAGE 3 j



Comply With Civil Rights LawThe Urban League AnnouncesCivil


National Association for service to all customers." panles that the NAACP, In accord
the Advancement of Colored By July 17, replies had been with "President Johnson'splea (
People has called upon CO national received form three oil companies for cooperative effort 'to
chain business enterprisesto I,, -> Sun, Texaco and Standard promote' greater understanding Service ExamsA
direct their outlets "In areas Oil; two theatre chains of the law and to achieve a

where desegregation has pre- Trans-Lux Corporation and spirit of compliance,' Is .
vailed to comply Immedi- Amerclan BroadcastingParamount available to give such aid as new examination for Food -
ately with the provisions of Theatres, Inc., and two we can to your firm in the Im- and Drug Officer has been announced Announcement
the new Civil Rights Act. variety store chains F. W plementation of the law by -by the U. S. Civil Ser-,
In a letter dispatched July 13, Woolworth and W T. Grant. your local units." vice Commission for fllllnf po The fourth union of Ushers
to the business leaders, NAACP All the answers thus far received The leeter went to the heads sitions paying from $7,030 to Federation Association will Ite
Executive Secretary Roy Wilkins Indicated compliance of chains operating hotels, res- $15,665 a year in the Food and held Sunday, July 2rt/ at :3 p.m.
Mr. Wilkins' letter cited the taurants, gasoline service sta- Drug Administration In Wash- It will be held at New Bethany -
asked them to notify all NAACP convention resolutionon tions, theatres, variety stores, ington, D., C., metropolitan area. M. B. Church, 2GS NW 48th.
their southern outlets of the Implementing the Civil drug stores and lunch count- Persons appointed to these ot.
"law's requirement for equal Rights Act and assured the com- ers. positions will perform professional An unique and elaborate program -
has been
for
--- work requiring scientific planned your
enjoyment.

the knowledge overall enforcement In connection of food with, ed You to attenl.are most cordially invit-

I BC-C Authorizes Student Union Bldg. drug order, cosmetic'and regulations.No 'and realted. laws, Deacon Edwin Ramsey::president,


DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. the vampus Master Plan. Dr. the cost of the renovation -of a written test is required.To WHile J, Beard, I
The Executive Committee of Long was authorized 'toy the ] downstairs room in the White qualify, applicants must assistant Sec'y
the Board of Trustees of Be- Executive Committee of the ; Hall Administration Buildingfor have had appropriate education, Rev. F. Carter, pastor
thune-Cookman College at its Board of Trustees to have Go- ; the President's Office and or a combination of education
July meeting today authorizedthe man Association to bring in Conference Room. and pertinent experience. The
College Architects, Goman experience may have been acquired Administration, Washington,
and Associates, to develop In food, drug, and related D.C. Full details are given In
plans for a Student Union law enforcement by food, announcement No. 331-B.
Building and a dormitory to RegistrationAt NTA MeetsIn Annoucements and appropriate -
house 170 men. The Student
application
Union Building will be con- who will speak at the conventIon obtained from forms may be
The
structed on the present site of Atlanta banquet at the Atlanta Executive
FAMU Secretary Board
$168Students of U. S. Civil
the Keyser Laboratory School Americana Motor Hotels as the Service Examiners
and the Boys Dormitory will be Approximately 1000 teachers climaxing feature of the three- SW Frist Rm. 801, 51
located on the west campus between enrolling at FloridaA from twenty states are expected day confab.A 33130 Ave. Miami, Florida
Cookman Hall and the and M University for the to converge on Atlanta for series of workshops will Service or from the U. S. Civil

present Band Hall first trimester, 19GW55, will be the 61st annual convention of focus on current problems in D. C.Commission 2011G.Application WashIngton -
Mr. Leroy E. Northrup, secre- able to complete their initial the American Teachers Asso- education: Programmed Instruction
tary-treasurer of the Board of registration with half the ciation scheluled for Taft Hall The Non-Grtided for these positions -
Trustees and chairman of the amount of money that has been of the Municipal Auditorium on School, "Drop-Outs," Citizen- will be accepted until fur-
finance committee, reportedthat necessary for payment of fees : July 27-29. The convention ship, Text Book Revision and ther motico and must be filed
the first phase of the mil- I In recent years, according to theme" is "Education: Freedom'sTool. Teacher Competence and,; Evaluation with the Board U. S. Civil Ser-
lion dollars capital funds campaign the IDG-1-65 Annual Catalog of Dr. Benjamin E Mays, vice Examiners, Food .and Drug ,
president of Morehouse College,
was most successful. The the Institution.
is the --
objective of the first keynoter.Also
phase of
.-ataleee Office Treatment of
scheduled for address
the campaign was to raise $500, Because students can now major -
tXXXOO)( ( for the construction of a pay room rent and board on are the president off the -
12 room classroom' building, :. the first day of each month 38,000-mcmbcr. organization, Dr.J. RUPTURE COT PILES
the renovation It 1 ig< possible for a student to Rupert Picott, also executive
and remodelling, register with the payment of secretary of the Vi/glna Teach RectAl DlMMM, Vftdooee Veins, Pro ,
of the college chapel, and the
fees' amounting to only $lG8. era Association; Dr; Richard V Mate-Ifo tart dm e Dlicurd Tray
construction of a residence for Moore, president of Bethune- Correction of :Rupture. a
Doom ReducingDR.
the president. The goal of the This amount covers- the regIstration _...
Cookman College and Imme-
fee of $90; room LONQ'B CLINE Blood-Urine Teem
first phase of the campaignhas 'j
diate past president of ATM; .
been oversubscribed $562, rent for September, $20; laun- and State Senator Gonstance :1&15 8.W. 1st St., FH 3-2748-Iledncing-loso up to 6 lbs vie..
424.71 has been raised to-date dry for the trimester, $lG; and Baker Motley, 0 f New York, --1 I
board for September $30.
and another $25,000.00 in
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wwm.rrrwr.r.wYYyp />
pledges have been received.Dr. The total fee due for the t j
Richard V. Moore presidentof entire trimester $311, includes;
Bethune-Cookman College, $08 f due for room rent and
in reporting to the hoard stat- board on October 1: $07, due for HOWDOYOU
ed that the 12 rooms class- those items 0 n November 1;
room building now under con- and) $11, due on December 1.
struction will be ready for occupancy 1 Out-of-state tuition is $175
at the beginning of the' for each trimester, according to
fall 'term.. He indicated that It the catalog. PAY YOUR BILLS?
is his hope that during the j
fall meeting of the Board of Fees for the second: trimester
Trustees .on Wednesday, Octo- payable: on the same basis I I
ber 21, the new classroom build total $323.Third I

ing willbe/ dedicated and trimester fees total By going to each store and paying in cash? Or by going out, buying a
ground will be broken for the
construction of the Student $329, for both terms. Fees for money order, and mailing it? Here's a much handier way, called a
Union Building and Boys the first term are $181 and for
Dormitory. the second term, $183, when
not paid as a whole.

the Plans second will phase be developed of the capi-for Interested parents and pro- I SPECIAL CHECKING ACCOUNT I IIt

tal funds campaign to raise spective students with questions}
an additional one-half million concerning fees and other should financial _
dollars during the fall meet information
ing of the board. The expenses. write to: Mr. Edwin M. Thrope,
of the first phase of the cam- Director, Office of Admissions
paign amounted to $29,810.20. and Records, Florida A and M Works Like This:

The Executive Commltee of University, Tallahassee, Fla., 1. Come to the Lincoln National Bank, deposit what

the Board of Trustees voted nu- 32307. ever amount you want,'and get a book of checks ,

enimously to peg the enroll (just 10* each-25 for, $2.50)). r,+ ,

ment for of Bethune-Cookman the 1061-65 term College at 1- Woman's Club Fund f ,

800 students and adopted a budget 2. Whenever you want ,to pay a bill, lust write a .I,! ,IF .
for this fiscal year of $1.057, Raising Drive EndsThe check for it, in your own home or wherever you !!:
050.00 the highest budget In happen to be. No ijeed to carry a lot of cash a"
the
the history of college Coconut Club ended Grove its NegroWoman's fundraising around, or to go out and buy a money order for -

Dr. Lee Nichols, a member of drive at the monthly each bill.
the Board of Trustees, stated
meeting July 6.
that he has been a member of :
than Miss Eflnora Rolle of 30-10 Oak 3. You don't have to keep any certain amount In the
the Board for more a quar-
ter of a century and this 1 I.q the Ave., was the happy recipientof bank-just whatever you want, In order to cover
first time in the history of the a round trip ticket to Nas- the checks' you write. Each month you get a I'm Deflate Illchburff.

college that any capital fund sau. statement of your account, together with your
Come In and ask for
campaign at the college has been Proceeds of the drive will be cancelled checks, which serve as receipts. The me. i
oversubscribed. used to assist indigent Jr. High small for all this
charge service Is |just 50< per I'll be glad to help you
President Moore In his reportan School students with dental month. When you need morel checks, simply pick

to the outlook for the fall care.Mrs. up another book like you did the,first time. open your account.
term, stated It was most encouraging Mary Williams, the I
and that 48% of the
facility would hold the mother of club member Earl A bank checking account Is a useful reference-and everyone can afford one
and well
Bullanl, was guest
earned ,doctorate degree and all wisher at our last meeting.The this easy, Inexpensive way.
others with the exception of
one will hold the Master!! of ladles of the club wish
Arts degree or above. He said to thank each of you for your LINCOLN
that the cut-off date for receiving support. NATIONAL BANKOF
: applications for the
1964-65 term is drawing near. After a lovely repast prepared MIAMI
However, the applications this by the hostess, Mrs. Joseph
year equal last year's at this McDonald, meeting adjournedto First fully Integrated bank in the entire Southeast-
time when 831 students were meet August 3rd at the homeof
right here in the Edison Financial
of Butler of 3450 Center
enrolled at the beginning the Mrs. George t
1963-64 term. Perclval ,Ave, Mrs. Molle Mob- 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 759-4431
ley hostess.

man Dr. James of the H. Long Buildings Jr., chair-and Mrs. Virgil Whttehead, ........ Awns 9,30..2 p...MoA,Tv.i*W4.Cto*.4 T""'srs.tn oroV to

Grounds Committee reported presidentMrs. b.opo frt 9.30 om.2 p..and 5 p.'... pmt olio' Sot.9 om.noo .

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r $11,000 FOR, CORE

The Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North
America (AFL-CIO) last week presented the Congress of f / P

Racial Equality with the sum of $11,000. This was made ',-

possible by delegates dropping dollar bills in boxes pass-

ed around the convention. ,f
II. R. 8ICIBMUNI REEVES, Editor and Publisher
turned to James
The money and pledges were over
GARTH C. REEVES. Managing Editor Farmer, director of the Congress of Racial Equality.

Member of the National Newspaper Publisher Association Most of the money will be used for, voter registrationdrives

8TTR8CRIPTION RATES in Mississippi and Louisiana, said Mr. Fanner.

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN 9&OC .

-Wittered as Second (lass Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post Offio METRO'S 13 JUDGESMetro's :.:; ,.1';'..
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876DomitoTn .;;/"' .'
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Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR sae were installed this week in ceremony conducted by .. :. ,

Main Office nt 6740 N.W. 15th Arenne--Phone OX 1-0421 Judge Thomas Barkdull Jr. :,, .' ..'
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Judge Thomas O'Connell was named as senior '
"CREDO OP THE NEGRO PRESS" /! '.i" .
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can beet lead tfc* judge.Other
world from racial and, national antagonism when it accords to judges are: Arthur Winton, Arthur Magin- BROWNSVILLE TEACHER
every man regardless! or race, creed or color his human and naf(, Glenn Smith John A. Tanksley, William Plquette, EMPLOYED AT PAMU FOR
legal right Hating no man. fearing no man-the Negro Press Robert Deehl, Thomas E. Lee, Miattie Bell Davis, Gerald SUMMER SESSION Miss
strives to help every ,man in the firm belief that all men art Klein, Fred H., Barad, G. P. Rubiera, Thomas O'Connelland Marguerite PJnkney, 'teacher at
'Mirt as loner an anyone ,In. held hack. the Brownsville Junior High
,Thomas Balikes.Atlantic School, Miami, during the regular -
school ,' Is workingIn
year
MY! MY! the office of the
at Florida A and M' University
What an idea! 'Coast S.S. and during the summer. Miss Plnk-
received the B.S. degree
ney
The Klu Klux Klan, a well-known hate organization, from FAMU.
held its third successive rally in St. Augustine last Sun-

day night. Reports are that 150 persons were present.J. BTU Hold Banner Session

B. Stoner, a segregationist from Atlanta, Ga., urged Long: Holt Summer!
the gathering to sign a petition to get the National I
The 33rd annual session of Educational and Missionary
mas -
Cool off at the SATELLITE.Our .
States Rights Party the November ballot in Florida.He .
on the Sunday School and B. T. U. convention, the Rev. R. out of
atmosphere
would have them join a national movement to get Ne- Congress of Atlantic Coast E. Cooper, president, honoredthe makes the hot space weather a breeze.
groes out of the United States,, Baptist Association convened at delegation with supper at AH day long you can meet the
historic Bethel Baptist Church, the British Colonial Hotel. nicest people at the Satellite.
The to was to "rid Congress of those I
way supremacy
Nassau, Bahamas, Dr. H. W. Supt. Char. Gibson was toastmaster SATELLITE LOUNGE
who voted for the Civil Rights BnI'and, get that nigger- Brown, pastor, July 15-19. and expressions of ap- 6222 NW 7th Ave.
]loving Lyndon Johnson out of Washington," said Stoner. More than a hundred delegates preciation were made by Pfres,
Perhaps this speaker heard or, read the address of and visitors went by planes I. G. Wilder' and Rev. and Mrs.,
Gov. Nelson Rockefeller before the Republican Conven- from Miami. Homestead and Mlckins

tion, urging that body to rid itself,of the KKK, the Birch- West Palm. Beach to be in attendance The congress closed Sunday

ers land, Communistic organizations.Stoner night. Mt. Olivette's choir sang 4 DAYS ONLY

also lit of the Civil Rights Bill hold- The pre-conventlon programwas during the morning and NewBethel's
a copy given under the auspicesof during the evening.,
ing it in his hand while it burned. His Excellency the Governor The Florida delegation returned ATLAS RECONDITIONEDSINGER
:May be not all KICK, are in accord with Stoner's and Lady Grey. I nth e home Monday, loud In prais-
ideas, but even if they were, that would matter little Ne- governor's party were the Pre- ing Dr. Brown and his congre-
groes are in the United States and they will .always be mier, the Hon. Sir. Roland Sy- gation for a job well done. I
monette and
here. They were brought} here against there will. Now, Introduced by Lady the Premier Symonette., the As there was no applica-
as a part of this great country, they will not leave. The Governor extended a warm wel- tion for scholarship this year,,
axiom the whole is no greater than the sum of its parts, come to the delegates: and so the money raised for that pur-
rings true., i did Mr. L. O. Plndllng. Dr. Doris pose Memorial Is being: College.Dr. sent. to Florida PORTABLE ELECTRIC
Johnson responded and the
The leadership in St. Augustine land some other
cities in our state and other states too, needs to wakeup vote Moderator of thanks L. A. was Thompson.moved Mr.by Brown deserve and highest his congregation com-- SEWINGMACHINE

from its sleepiness for the time is at hand when right Carl Francis, principal of the mendation for the royal entertainment -
Jordan Memorial School, was
will prevail. they gave the conrgress. -
The Civil Rights bill. simply affords America's: mino- M.C.nished, and music.Bethel's choirs fur- The social activities Included '

rity groups which .have been denied their rights for more a visit to the Ardastra
With Supt. Deacon Chas. E. Gardens where the entire delegation COMPLETE WITH AIRPLANE
than a century, a chance to enjoy those rights.
saw the flamingoes
'
Gibsons Asst. Supt. A. Clark
It' fs pleasing to know that already tpp leaders in Dfesldent K. Trotti, In change, drill with military precision LUGGAGE CARRYING CASE
some states are' urging compliance with the Civil Rights three sessions were held dally. Friday afternoon. Saturday the
Act. A short course In church his-
tory from the book "The Trailof The 1065 session will be held
-0- with i New Mt. Zion Homestead
Blood. was taught by the -
DADE'S CRIME RATEDade Rev. I. C. Mlcklns: Dr. Corine Rev. H. W. Moss, pastor -
Watts, Southern Worker among .
County has a bad record' when it comes to Young People for the National .
crime", even though there has been some Improvementover Baptist Convention, taught .
past years. "Christian Marriage" Mrs. H. Unique Barber Shop
Reports released by the Federal Bureau" of Investi- Levan and Miss Edwina Lord,
respectively taught "Blueprintfor
gation places Dade County third among national popula- Tomorrow" and "My Home Welcomes All
tion centers in total offences.,These figures were based on and I."

a population of 1,072,000 for the '1963.
,year ,
All of the sessions were informative -
The Miami rate ,per;100,000 :population :was 2,446.8.Los I and Inspiring. The
Angeles and Las Vegas topped Dade County In devotional messages were delivered DEMONSTRATIONIECOIDITIOIED I I I

both total crimes and most types of burglaries and larceny by the Rev. H. W. Mossof

said the FBI report. Homestead. Others who delivered IT
OUI
OWl
Stolen property last year totalled more than $785. were the challenging Revs. J. A. King messages I. C. r: FACTORY TIAIKEO EXPERTS
000. Burglaries were $976,000, .and 400,000 automobiles Mlcklns and Earnest Williams.
worth more than $69,000,000 were stolen, but 91 per- The Revs. J. L. Johnson andJ. ate WITH
y
w :
cent of them were recovered. II. Johnson alternated.One .
*
AIR COOLED MOTOR
Juveniles accounted for 68 per cent of the auto theft of the highlights of the
arrests, 50 ,per cent of the burglary arrests 18 per cent congress *was the oratorical rtt r ''i.'; +' sC i ; I-SMED FOOT CONTROL

of the rape arrests, and eight per cent of' the'murder and musical contest Friday nlte. NIW SEW LIGHT
This'' is not at all ,commendable ,for our youth. Par- In the Solo Division Jacqueline

ents should keep their eyes wide open. first Aranha prize.of Christine Mt. Olivette and Clau-won PHONE IN!! SUPPLY

-0OPPORTUNITY dia Hepburn, sisters, both of LIMITED
Temple, were winners of second i
FOR YOUNG MEN and third places respec COME IN! HURRY

With the thousands of automobiles In Dade Countysome tively.In .

of our young men ought to consider opportunities the Essay Contest Pa- .
constantly knockincr at their doors. Much publicity has trlca Burroughs; of New Bethel
2686 NW 62nd St.
been given bv the Florida State Employment Service. At took first place and Claudia S.128:

the present time this service is recruiting 125 young men Hepburn second Bethel, Nas-
the banner I nth (Opposite Stevens)
sau, won e
who are out of work and between the ages of 17 and 22. Sunday School contest.In ,
for auto mechanics training1. We wish to thank all who have

If vou are interested make your application at, the the oratorical contest. ClassA made it possible for us to have FREE !NOME
Cassandra Smith of Mt. Zion .
seven! years of successful! busi .
FSES office 1350 NW 12th Ave. was first. Gwendolyn Robinson DEMONSTRATIONPL
Trainingsroes on at the Lindsey Hopkins Educational second, and Charles GIb- ness. We have now moved toa
Center 1410'' NE 2nd Ave. son third-both of Mt. Olivette.In new location with new additions -

While being trained 'you will receive, $29 to $39 a to better serve! you In 1.6577
the B Class, Arabella Moss facials,
permanent, processing
of New Zion, first; and In the
week.The
claps for automobile mechanics 'beorins July"21, senior croup Cora Leggett of and haircuts for all. '

Classes in factory and machine operation and other Mt. Olivette was first, Wandaof Alice Pia LUlle B. Foster ATLAS SEWMG CENTERS

trades ,open on August 10. If you can qualify don't miss New Mt.taken Mt. Zion, second it* HJLinth ft.PAGE .
group was on picnicat
a Mr. Fred L. Carter Prop.
this opportunity. Yamacraw Beach and that
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SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1964 PACES Learn To Swim swim Wednesday class nights.on Monday and

Parents! Here Is the chancefor
your children to learn howto The pool admissions are 35c
swim. Swimming lessons are for adults and children 15c.
being offered Monday thru Friday We would like to have some
from 0 a.m. to 12 at Bunche teenagers and adults come out
Park Pool. as volunteer Instructors to help
Beginnerathru Junior life sav- with the classes. For further
ing classes are tfclng offered. Information call 62.t- OG3 or
Adults, you too, may learnto come to Bunche Park Pool,
.
--.. .- swim. here is an adult NW 22nd Ave
1
ANN HALEY tRI
BLANCHE DEAN has departed
Jacksonville
for New York and Philadelphia her mother, Mrs. I t. Builders\
Blanche Dlans to attend ley and their '" tiA New! Sacrifice Hurry!

the boue of Alpha Kappa Alpha friends. Ann is the ,,.; ,.,

Sorority In Phllly tfcfore "Moon"6INCBHK Haley.' ) "... ;i '. I have other interest which force, me to unload

returning to our city. ) ; "' 110' ,, ."" ,
family of Rev. 1: .lb. Large luxury home $15,900 no closing cost
death of Rev. }>. .. JI ; ;
on the "-' '
GEORGE DUNN and his I ...il" 'f
L'oP '" ;. ', a.xJ:
sister In Ft. ::1. "' ,. "' \; ; "ti' Come to 847 NW 73rd Street and see the
offspring Marty Vince : .
Tony NICE TO KNOW '11''t"

and for the Joy World's motored Fair to New and visits York I stay Dean Is at up Christian and "1'::14\, ..',......... ;' .lfC d2I:: J' \",':r GREATEST DEAL OFFERED IN TOWN

with his family. Gloria, his Hospital.
wife, had to remain behind. AT HOME from Carrie Higgs would
Her duties at Christian Hospital after an Illness Is to express her appreci JE 1-6902 235-2958
demanded her attention. to the Church New Jeru-
son.OUR In Its Power and The
RUniK; MIZELL and s o n s PRAYERS Center Prayer Band
4
Arnold Erroll and Ralph spent Harris' sister, Eleanor many friends for hoy
time visiting with Ruble's sis- Carver Ranches who
cooperated with the 'dea ANNOUNCINGThe
(
ter, ,Joyce Engram and familyin ly 111 at Memorial In giving her an ap
Daytona Beach. A few daysIn Hollywood.
THE SOLLIE \ and gifts. The deaf Opening of The Office of
Ocala was a part of their
are Sister O. Ilcddlok,
(Mary Barnett) of
itinerary. ville are cruising in Sis. E. Mitchell, DUVOIS' E. JACOBS B. S. M. A.
J. Davis, Sis. Hunter, ,
AUXILIARY BOARD No. 2 of tan with Nassau
Greater Bethel Church picnicked port of call.JUAN1TA J.. Davis, Sis. R. Jones, Licensed marriage counselor, family service and
on Sunday afternoon at \
Crandon Park. Mrs. Jessie Milicent Wilson are to Bishop Higgs I Notary Public
Giles is president of this auxiliary enjoying Nassau, the I Sister Rosetta Ellis: To Problems that have caused your marriage to weakencan

pink\ pearl. most honorable Mother be overcome through counselling

KATHLEEN COOPER Hays Mayner PUTTING Paramore BOOKS : words are not mine and If you have difficulty in paying oil your bills, let

Its good to be at home again Charles Brown have tongue I appreciate cannot coming utter just in me help you overcome .this difficulty by direct
after a month's stay in Mt. Si-
to the city after presence at this very mo- action with your creditors
nai.A. Tennessee State. of inspiration to attempt MARRIAGES PERFORMEDCall
C. SMITH popular gardener A HEARTV WJ : you a few words of OX 6-8367 for appointment
is bedded at St. Francis that admirable from all of us.
Hospital with broken ribs as a men, the ,' Higgs, words are in- All problems strictly confidential
result of falling from a tree he .session here within to express our love
was trimming. .J! our magic city and appreciation for Office: 1735 N. W. 57th StreetDRIVE ,,,". ,
stay be a pleasant You are an outstanding : ;
ISABELLE YOUNG Is enjoying one. a devoted leader, a lov- :;; ::: ... ,t; ::::."..... ... 'ritC
a few days of sun and LOKllAIM and a very dear
surf at Grand Bahama.CONGRATULATIONS. ana son, Harold Jr., You are kind, humble,
ing relatives m fun and very understanding.

itor an Mrs. John Henrlco to Ed- Iwo texas was L/ommustt a woman among wo LIB CITY

Davis upon the birth of their c>nthla Deleveaux.
little columnist baby girl Joy. OR. and A1R8. sure that everyone who

MIW. JEWEL J. STUART andC. OOLMTON: (Lugusta: ) you as a pastor,
or a mother, has been IN THEATRE
,
Roberts arrived from Nassau joying an extended -
gnat will take tllent'" by so doing.
They are
on Tuesday.
guests of Mr. Roberts' sister, /ille, Detroit anu parting words to you I 22nd Ave. and Palm Drive-in Theatres
MH8. MAKUARUT
Mrs. M. Johnson, 1531 NW 1st continue to pray for
court. 1 mer is eV l'm/: piei, cheer
t continue to' up COMPLETELY INTEGRATEDOX
daughter and continue to
IIARLIE McKENZIE and and Mrs. Eclui* troubled minds and
the
1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.
children, Chandra and Steven, wan ineir BUd, people out of darkness.
arrived in Miami via ChampIon uury, Indiana.A mother Higgs I'll say NOW SHOWING
as a big surprise to his NKw,; XulST.'' Live"w as well as to the faith
mother, Mrs. Edna Culmer. iiimlm visit Miami who are holding up
Hardle returned last Tuesday and ,MR, itobert words, "Let us not be JOSHUA IOGANS
after an enjoyable visit. imnl were guests 01 In well doing, for In -a
cayne Terrace for a shall if we till
MRS. LILLIAN S. PLEASURE we reap
iast weeK. "
has just returned from NICE: TO TALK ,, -*Ensput
her vacation. She visited New- Lucas, formerly of
ark, N.J. E. Orange and Or- Ohio who
ange, N.Jt Asbury Park and attending m Layton,tharontier, I Decathlon" .

Jamaica, N.Y. DOKOA'HY Chosen

AS WELL as congratulations returned to l'
to Charles Fortson, as a "Youth a stay of six weeks you a contestant'' for the
you'd like to know." Charles city. Decathlon Contest".
has several recordings to his iAJUE MAt'KEV
'credit and has traveled to Jamaica quickie business trip exciting contest is to /y IA
with the show.' "IslandIn city and took time out late in October will and
The Sun." a Jew moments wiin valuable "prizes" be
ivlrs. Ellen Wallace ,, The charming lady '
WHILE CONGRATS ana in turning to upper state will be chosen for this \ .Ld
order we offer ours to Mt. will achieve a round
Sinai Hospital fod winning a ; ticket. Three prizes to .
national "oscar" for admitting 4nnonnce aul cruise to two ports rN

patients quickly and in the Mrs. Idabessie : Rico, and Virgin Isles
most manner. .
pleasant annuuiiCiiitf u.o JU..a1 j

DAVID SIMMONS has returned her daughter Charleen and get your applica--
t to our city after attending Richard Booth. The now, you must be at
r a three-week DCT was performed July 21-years-old and a good
! workshop at Florida A and M bride and groom are of Dade County
i University. graduates ui Booker
ington High,, haven't registered and ROBERT BURL WALTER
! FIFTH AVENUE New York Booth is now like to have an applica- SANDS. unite PERKINS
just might remind you of one Lindsey Hopkins write I\ O. Box 013 RIVES MAITH KAY MEOFORD I
of our throughfares this sum- his education in the contact mem
or any
... mer. Off for this wonderful aviation. The couple of the following num- Sam brmb LOCN4 ord P JER S f ElBlaUtl'Prohlced and tiredsd br 0051111 IDGAA
( city and the World's Fair are side with the ,bride's' : Archie Pinder, '0300 NW Uusi by,0Et1RcDt1( iG Bases 00 a plat br TIM fGGH and JG'J11tlOGdN II

Hannah Edwards and son, Der- 600991, Ernest Stirrup I TECHNICOLOR". PANAVISfOlfFROM WARNER HK>$.

rick. 20 Teachers W. 62nd St. OX1-880,
on J. Red Galtor "New
.JAMES DAVIS of 5410 NW ,"or PLUS
5757 N. W. 22nd Ave. -
21st Ave., who is visiting with Educational
Barber
his daughter, Elnora and fami- ( ", "Sportman
Southern University 6303 N. W. 15th Ave. ,
ly.
Association make Rhodes PL7-5025. TIlE MaT ExmDlDIR1 STOI'Eni FhMEoiN I .:
.1t1t MARY C. WRIGHT, who ty teachers on \
thoughtfully mailed a lovely Carri/bbean/ Cruise will Professorial Men

::0;"; card. Miami August 9. at 6 General '" ;.,

Also BESSIE BRENNAN The group will BARGAIN '
,'I FORBES and children, Yyette Holiday Inn. A meeting i or Rent, air condition 01 er
held Monday night, 8
and Renee, along with their I
cousin, Sandra Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald I ., 2 bath building with N01QA itr. = I

355 NW 47 St., to room, reception room, ,
RAIffTTR7IRf06 l
';; .. .-Michael son TO of Mran Mrs.that for the coming event. I and rear parking. r. NllSOK

Eldridge Scavclla, underwent Glamour NW 62nU St. I Qff 4 ,
I
: surgery in New York City. But (Opposite Stevens) t IULI IJIT '
delighted to know he is recovering All day' Sunday low cash down, low 7l!9T1n
r very \
nicely. trait in beautiful tlDNn S 't N I wt t I''
with frame.CLAMOUR monthly payment\ ..JJJLCCiJ1JUL
FIFTEENTH
AVE. will $1.50 : .
= ; 1
of life time t irr ...'f/PI_ _... 1
Tomas Clarence (Shor- Bay a '., ,--
ty) who died last 6213 NW 7th OX 1.9372
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Pushes Fund SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1964 PAGE 7




Drive, Move to Miami SPECIAL PURCHASE ,,

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ST. AUGUSTINE The annual dence to the administration or run speed ahead acqulstitlon \
meeting of the Board of prexy n.V.. Puryear, and alsoto I of the projected RUGS 595
Trustees of Florida Memorial its Relocation Committee, The proposed budget for the 6x9 ....$2.95
College, held on campus here headed by Rev Graham, in its the coming academic year was 7'/ix9 .53.95
recently, launched a "Crash developing plans to move the also adoptedI the church con-
Program" to raise funds to fur- Institution to Miami. The com- I' l1Ig fixed at $190,
ther boost academic standards, mittee was Instructed to move.
and also called for continued AIXAPATTAHFUHMTUHK
action in the move to relocatethe
college in the Miami area, HXCIIAIX.'IJ O.N t rs. roa t (RT.
it has been announced by the - -- 000.POLITICS'
Rev Edward T. Graham of Miami
who was re-elected board tstATTIANS 4906 N.W. 17th AYE.
Yy n. YAr/
chairman. LET'S TALK
,'.,'.u' NE S.1354-0UR 32nd YEAR
Purpose of the Crash Pro-
gram, he revealed, is to inspire
Florida Memorial's three con- lly NORMAN E. JONES

stituent state Baptist Conven- Historical Ilnrligound of the Negro in Politics, the Church '
tions General Progressive, and ."rnt't'UaIOI'Jtml1..atloDs: 4 .' 1a s \t
and Missionary and Educational

to make good their pledge : ...... ......-............. -- -- -.., -
of Feb. 4 to raise $203,000 for
the college by May 31. A new Once again the' Republican refuge of the Negro which was a Z YA ,?
deadline of August 1, has been Party turned the clock back totry the natural result of the found DA 1
set for the balance due. to find a winning: formulafor ing philosophy off the party kJ
In other action the FMC a national ticket and in which was born tg give ,political -
trustees gave a vote of confU typical Republican manner wentto strength to the Anti-Slavery '',\, $ w
great lengths and came up Forces Six years after birth it k \
$ J
with the philosophy that knocked had grown to such giant pro- _ 4
SOCIAL SECURITY: the Republican Party out of portions that their standard
the White House for 20 years bearer Abraham Lincoln became
.1 and ended a near successful the first Republican President.
AAAAA fAAAA monopoly of National Domin-
ance for G8 years. The fact that as a result of
the secession of the Southern ,
For the Republican Party the States a Civil War ensued out
convention year of 190 is very of which came the physical O C ,,
M.t01.R.W M'iH; 11Y.ul OOv..NW J'T Emancipation of the from
similar: to the year of 1028 at Negro t
the Presidential Election approaches } legal slavery and< the 13th-14th :
A word of caution to house Herbert Hoover dominated and 15th Amendments to the ikk :'
wives came today from Edward the pre-convention Republican Constitution: which was sup- S'
P. iUonston, district manager Party much as Harry I posed to effect the complete
here for social security. Joldwaler currently dominates citizenship of the Negro In _ -
According to Mr. Blonston, the party going Into the nominating America, all of which came Into *_. S- : :
many housewives do not know convention for the stan- being under the leadership of a
that.' their maids, cooks! gardeners dard bearer in the 100 i presidential i- the Republican Party. \ ,
household 1 sweepstakes.The S S. 55 .
help
and other
Until the Hoover Administration C ljy'L C .
5
are covered by social securitySoinu great dl-ffeience is that the Republican en-
in this area Hoover his Party
housewives imposed personalwill Joyed near complete dominance _
have hud to pay up back social on the party machinery, to In national affairs with the De- ?
security taxes, plus interest change the political phllsophyof mocrats occupying the White
uad a penalty because they failed the party: from the moderate House t only four terms, of
to make social security reports Image of Calvin Coolidge to Y/oodrow Wilson 1013 through
.,
on time. ultraconservative While today ll 21. All of his era the Republican ,
the ultra-conservative wing of f
Mr. Blonston emphasized Unsocial the party dominated by the Party leaned heavily for 55 5 $ S
the
support on Negro of
foi many S
security Uirchers Southern
coverage John and
whom had attained high elec-
household workers is not optional Racists captivated Goldwater to
tive
and
appointive Including
"If the worker is paid their the posts -
use as stooge to lead the
policy making positions
cash wages of $50 a quarter by movement to change the mode- of National Commltteemen-
one employer, she's under security rate Image of Eisenhower to and Women In the states of
," he said. He cited the the ultra-conservative philosophy Texas
Alabama
Mississippi, ,
recent case of a cleaning which currently dominatesthe
Georgia Tennessee Arkansas
,
woman who worked only one Republican Party. Louisiana. Most state delegallons -
day a week. Although she work- The tactics are very similar !'! were liberally sprinkledwith gas
ed for one family only, and as Hoover declared in no uncertain Negro delegates at all Republican -
made only $1 a daYh this was words that he would Conventions. Then
enough to er work I recognize no delegations to the came the bombshell dropped by
under social security. Since convention with Negro Dele Herbert Hoover, riding the Ne- onthego
there are 13 weeks in a calen- gates and that he would scat goes out of the party In 1028.
dar quarter, she was Icing the Lily White Delegations and nearly killing the Republican
paid $52 a quarter. Her employer recognize this faction as the official Party for 20 years. Tho revivalof
must make a report at the to the
delegation conven the party on the personal pop
end of each quarter and send ularity of General Ike Eisenhower oornrn
-
in the social security tax on tion.While the UltraConservative l In 1052 for eight years

the wages coalition which plummeted and the continued upward

Social security reports for Goldwatcr to the font running trend carried out by such liberal milk !
position based their phllo;)ophi
progressive Republicans
September '
the, July, August, to the Civil -t.
quarter are due by Oct. 31 The on opposition as Nelson Rockerfeller, George
Rights Legislation and likewise
reports go to the District Director Romney, William Scranton and
Internal Revenue in swept all Negro delegates under others promised a continued
of ctoOMcn 1114t7LLrL8dYd
.MOT or SOUTH FLORIDA
tho And again the Republican
so
Jacksonville Fla. Housewivesmay rug. bright future for the party.
,
Party !is again in the
get the report forms sent the But this trend short Jived
was
grasp of extreme reactionary -
to them after they fill out and .'. JT1f'1f, .rl rt t i'UfJTJT: :
avail- factions who advocate white political as a dissident group: of mal L L: +Ldr1rLrC i'.r-r.r-.u r p..U"T
mall a postcard form and if contents spearheaded by Dlxle-
supr neacy history
north) social -
able at the Miami ( rcpca'i itself thipar':y will crats, John DI rctt erR, the Ku
security office. again suffer almost; cu.upiute Klux Klan, The American Nazi L: Theresa Florist

_Mr. Blonston pointed out that annihilation. Party, The State Renters and
the tax Is shared equally by It took a, combination of the other such rightist and racist
the housewife and the worker. stature of a War Hero and a groups, with encouragementand "Hlnre HMO"
The tax for each Is 3-5-8 percent very weak Democratic Candi- financing of Big: Money
The housewife deducts date to fashion a National 'Victory boys of the Ilk of George Hum ( .. ARTISTIC ARRANGEMENTS
the worker's tax from her pay for the Republican Party phrey found n man in the per-
and sends a check for the total after the Hoover debacle had son of Arizona Senator Barry FOR ALL OCCASIONSNOW
tax with the report. brought about a twenty year Goldwater to carry their banner -
The Miami (north) social security drought. And today War, Heroesare in an attempt to carry the
for household very scarce; so Goldwater Republican Party and if possible MILKH AWAY FROM HIGH 1'HICKH
workers coverage in detail The bookletsare may lead the Republican Party the n.'rc' United States: IN-
free and Include the post into permanent dissolution( and back to the Prc-Clvil War Era; -SPECIALIZING
household employer the whole of America may be- and the Republican Party back
card Artificial Shipping
a Weddings .
Nation with to oblivion.
needs to mall to get the report come a one party
from the Internal Revenue only a semUulance of two or Regardless of the outcome Hospital Bouquets Sprays
forms
Service. more splinter ineffective partycompetition. the United States will survive Special Group Prices
and continue to progress hut Anniversaries
V':. "-.... ...,. -...,. Prior to 1928 the Republican It may Ue the end of the Republican ForOrganizations
O Banquets
Party was the only political I Party. Schools
APARTMENTS S Funeral Designs And Churches

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$16.50 and $18
Jack's MEN'S WEAR HOW WE DO IT?? l

.: << Unfurnished We own our building Tfirrn I J4 no rent due

",,', .. All ground floor SEE "MR. JACK" We Pius; Thin Having on to Yon

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5 acres of paradiseSEE FOR staff Dial 634-1087
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The Very Latest in Men's Fashions DRBIC3NER8 -
Homer Hnwkln a. Herbert Turner +
2474 NW 58th St. SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
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League t ;, OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY) 1: to 6 P.Mf' _

Appoints New > Gorgeous 3 airy ,bedrooms, 2 baths, modern' kitchen,
large living room, extra large beautiful Florida

Executive Director room, hardlwood floors. One is completely fenced.

Col. Claude C. Clark, presi- $1,500 down. Keys at our office.
dent of the Board of Directorsof FORD REALTY, Inc.
the Greater Miami Urban
League, announces that Tal- 569 N.W. 54th STREETS 758.8761II
madge W. Fair Is their newly
appointed Executive Director. !yt ,

Fair is graduate of Johnson
C. Smith University In Charlotte HOMEOWNERS
I North Carolina, and Atlanta ,. r ,
i University School of Social -- ,...._---..o_- "._Ey t__w__Ati _; vJ, ; CONSOLIDATI YOUR lllltt

i. Work' in Atlanta, Ga. His Lovehr Dorothy Johnson, Room. Bacardi Imports, Inc.,
matriculation at the former ob- Miss Idaho, was special guest sponsored the affair and representatives I lIHCOLNMF EDER rAINmd. E'E'rs INC
tained him a Bachelor's Degreo ,
Tuesday night, at a cocktail par- Gregg Hamm and
!in Sociology and Psychology, ty for the visiting Frontiersin Toni! Badali were there to PHONE 681-4133
and at the latter, a Master's Degree the Roosevelt Savings and beam their approval.
In Social Work with a focus Loan Association Community Photo by Bill Tyler ,
In the community organiza- ,
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ployed with the local league I
since September, 1063. Prior to Houses And Apts. For Rent Attention! Attention''!!
his promotion, he served in the
capacity of Associate Director From $50 per month.. Furnished or unfurnished
in charge of Job Development
HOME
and Employment and Education Houses for sale. EZ Terms, Bargain Prices BUYERSThis
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Auto Insurance Discount For Safe DriversD.
lovely home in Richmond Heights must be sold

I Rho Sigma Chapter Goodman and Son, Inc.
now to settle estate

Elects New Slate' Of "INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE], nORTGA E" j
I 3-bedroom 1 bath CBS with
Officers 2688 N.W. 62nd Street OX ll0380 carport and awnings.
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'" Rho Sigma Chapter held its $300 down, $58 per month, no closing costs, salesr
-! last meeting of the current ti v
school year at the home of rBAND -a price reduced to $9,800. Will be reconditioned to
Brother Hartman Gibson After INSTRUMENT, SALE
[ and the FHA apecifica tions. Located 14015
discussing evaluating I' ALL BRANDS | at Jackson St.,
activities of the year, the following -
brothers were elected to SAVE 40% WITH THIS AD Richmond! Heights. Open Sunday from 3 to 6 p.m.
office: SCHOOL APPROVED I

Luclous Crawford, Jr., presi- I or call 927.2977, Hollywood collect for
dent; Lewis Byrd, vice president ACE DISCOUNT CENTER your appointment

; Arthur Evans, secretary; .
David Ivey, treasurer; Ellis I "DRUM\ CITY" MIAMI, FLO'RIDA'
Adderly, chaplain; Earl Well ,
parliamentarian, T. S. Greer, | 7600 N.W. 7th AVENUE PL 1.7783 |
Mr. Johnson
Broker
business manager, Hartman ,
Gibson, dean of pledgees. Anl5
Brother Crawford took office L-
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David Simmons; chairman of CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCjI
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1 and. The Sidney president: Cox, cochairman also appointed ,Attention! Attention I Ford Realty Specials!! I

Nathaniel Smith, chair-
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man of the Sunshine Committee. SEE THE FABULOUS NEW"Sunshine AMONG |
THE
Other appointments will'' be HUNDREDS OF HOMES WE HAVE
I.. made at the fraternity's first THESE ARE ESPECIALLY, READY TO BUY I
: meeting in September, statedth Homes"Now Why Rent: Be an owner and live rent FREE '
newly elected president. See theca tremendous BUYS for the INCOME '

SEEKER

,.I.:':, Broward County Open For Public Display 1360 NW 64th Street bedroom homes (CBS) |
News Financing perfect |

New Low Down Payment 137041376 NW 46th Street 1-bedroom duplexes I
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By Wnltor Bowe Terrific BUY for the bargain hunter.Term arranged ]

THe Carver Ranches Fire De- Open Everyday Including Sun. 2-6 p.m. .
partment will meet Monday, 8pm. 6998 NW 20th Avenue: $500 down :takes this 3- {
at the Chamber of Com- These new homes have' everything you bedroom home, on a corner ''lot. Full dining room. |

are merce asked Building.to be present.All members The : want, Mr. and Mrs. Home Buyer. See The kitchen,, is a woman' dhream. |
new fire truck will be delivered -+-
\ soon. Walter Blatch, president. them! I 816 NW 46th Street NO QUALIFYING BIG 4I I
) bedroom home. Excellent condition. $500 down, I
( Leroy McKenzie of 4633 SW $95 monthly. I
18 Ave. Is home from New I .
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._.. 3041 NW 69th Terr. bedroom tools SMALL DOWN. PAYMENT -
J:, The Freeway Handicap MOVE RIGHT IN. ]
.I' w League !Is now going into the -+- t1
home stretch. Up to last 'Wednesday -' 1112 N.W. 37th Street $100 down and from $66 a month, 3.bedroom-home. I
the oft"
standing
i. the teams night was: Newbold TV 1st in a nice area ...... near transportation, school and I
place; Bowe's Barber Shop No. shopping. I j
t" 1, 2nd; Sweets Building, 3rd; .
", *' : Clover Leaf, 4th; Bowe's Bar- 5221 N.W. 5th Ave. Rentals 4502 NW '23rd Ave: bedrooms, $20 Wk.
No.. '2, 5th Wright'sConstruction
;:' ber Sh6p ; 6th. ; 1855 NW 43rd! Sts bedroom, $20 Wk.

Gi -. .. OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING SATURDAYAND,
'G :?t: Barbara 'Jean, daughter of! EXCLUSIVE BY SUNDAY ALL DAY
,, Mr. and Mrs. Al James, is the
\ proud mother of a son, born
t' July 19 at Memorial Hospital. News Realty, Inc. Ford, Realty Inc. !5

ME j: Clark has rturned ,

from Nassau' School andtBTU 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655 569 N.W. 54th Street '758-8761 \ \

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.,.... J..p..., Announcing
second anniversary with a three meeting Monday evening at 8
o'clock meeting Sunday.i/ h e o'clock.. at Temple Baptist OpeningOF
public Is Invited, Church, 1723 NW 3rd Ave.

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CLYDE KILIENS'NEW
t Officer, will emphasizethe
!p 1rya +uq Monday Importance of tenants gaining -
: information about services
S N ,k a The Metropolitan Dade,County *, ,available and of home owners Island Club
Urban Renewal Agency will keeping In touch with the
hold its fourth Information agency.

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HOME FOR SALETwo I "GALA OPENING" AUG. 6

I CLYDE KTLLENS ORIGINAL"
I bedroom and..Florida room,caa J' .";' .,.u&d for 3rd 'LADIES-NIGHT

bedroom- all tile features, fencec"' ;1'.axd, carport. and FoI\ serration*,Call.'FR 3-3488

-R y -I a' yard like a park. Only' $350. down, .. .I low FHA

Handsome singer Brook Ben- Willis Sorey, assistant general monthly payment
ton headlines the all-star show church president of the New r
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at Dave: Probinsky's Knight ACTION REALTY
Beat Club Friday through Sun- Providence Baptist Church
day. Teenagers get a chance to Usher's Board will' be on' pro- E. Harry Denny Realtor 754-0483
hear the singer Sunday, at 3-4 gram when the church's four ,
matinee. usher boards celebrate their
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Open New NightClub SIR HOTEL ,L ,
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"Wherever he goes the crowd
goes with him," that's what always -
and is expected to happen
now that Clyde Killens has
severed connections with the Knight Beat
Knight Beat Club in the Sir COMING ATTRACTIONS
John Hotel and is now openingup "
AUG. 7 B-9 !
an all new Island Club in -
the old Harlem Square Ballroom -
TRIPLE ATTRACTION
PROUDLY PRESENTS
The Island Club with Clyde's
touch of decorating and air
ditioning, Is going to make the :THIS WEEK JULY 24 25 26 FRI., SAT., SUN.
club "Something Else" when it
opens on Thursday night, Aug.
6 with his original ladies nite.
Teenage ,Matinee Sunday 3-6
Admission will be free and the S. Mer
big double attraction show Fri-
day and Saturday nights with
Ted and Jerry Taylor and the I
Wiley Terry Band. There will
also lie a bIg teenage matinee BROOK BENTON "m I
Sunday, Aug. 9, 3 to 6 p.m.

Clyde, a popular person with
his patrons, will welcome you .
as always with his kind, gen- yr
erous and friendly service..
Clyde is the originator of ladies -
and other of
our popular night weekly many entertain- NEXT WEEK JULY 31 AUG. 1.2 FRI. SAT. SUN,
ments. He has been very successful
in making the old Elks
Club, Fiesta, and Knight Beat Teenage Matinee 3.6
Clubs the most talked about
.nlte spots in Miami during his LITTLE JOHNNY TAYLORTED
management. We hope for him
success in his new club, whichis JERRY BUTLER
now accepting bookings for ''lr
club FR dances.3-3488.For reservationscall
rti's'r
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EVERY ,WEEKEND :

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Chicken Scratch Band Willena Mack Sir ,
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John Dancers Butterball Wild Mian Steve

x"11 OM.' Hwy. '

THE KNIGHT BEAT IS BIGGER AND. BETTER. .THAlN.- '. EVER TAYLOR

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Air Private M 1 AND IIIS BAND

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COMIP4G'A.TTACTIO'N: EVERY TUES. NIGHT

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ok4 ieucmanting. + ."_\ EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT
THIS SUMMER, .. ORIGINAL LADIES' NIGHT
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1,.' .,, :t AFTERNOON MATINEE
COUNT BASIS ,*;'. IMPRESSIONS *; j 6-9 P.M. '

t .. SAM COOKE DRIFTERS v v AVG.14.1516

..I.. Ittlli/IT MAx '<. PATTI LA: BELLE AND
ROACH
'11 ,, : ....r SOLOMON :.BURK ? :. w.r TIlE BLUEBELLS

f '. :{ '" LLOYD PRICE BANDSHERELLS
JOE TEX 1 "WHERE CLYDE GOES,
I .. -,. THE CROWD ,GOES"
Again the pride of the It Cannonball Adderly WHERE? CLYDE :KILLENS
r Palm NEW ISLAND CLUB'
Beached
,< UA 1 to Flagler Bt, turn left ROY HAMILTON PEREZ PRADA BAND (FORMERLY THE
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. BETHLEHEM BAPTIST

PAGE 10 SATURDAY: JULY 25, 1964 Rev. P. W. Wiggins, pastor ( Bishop Hatcher AtWPB's

Service was like old time revival
throughout the day as Chanel
our pastor delivered both mes- Payne
sages and the No. 1 and 2 v -

choirs rendered music with The Honorable Right Rev 1st Episcopal Church.J. .
Aldlne Sales, musician.A Eugene Clifford Hatcher will B. Jenkins, chairman; St.
cordial invitation is extended speak at the Payne Chapel Elmo Greau, co-chairman annual -
: to you Sunday at 3 p.m. for AME Church, West Palm Beach Men's Day observance.
you to attend our pastor's an- at the 11 o'clock worship, Sun-
Guest Rev.
niversary. speaker day, July 20.
Slater of Day Spring Baptist The Rev. McNeal Harris is

I Church. the pastor.He .
Members, our assessmentsare Is the presiding bishopof
now due. Visitors are always the Eleventh Episcopal Dis-
welcome at services.
our trict and chairman of the
Make a new start. Come to
church. board of management of Ed-
ward Waters College In Jacksonville -

MACEDONIA BAPTISTRev. .
Bishop Hatcher has traveled F .

Roscoe Jackson, pastor extensively abroad and all over Y. r
Willie J. Beard, reporter the United States. lie has writ-
3165 NW 56th Street ten several book.":;. and is
But this man, after he had known for his outstanding
offered one sacrifice for sins preaching: and singing. He is
forever, sat down on the right quite active in his community.He .
hand of God.Services is a member of the Phi Beta
on last Sunday were Sigma Fraternity holds life
Rev. F. E. Sneed At
well attended. Our associate membership in the NAACP,
minister, Rev. L. J. Green, board of the National Council
was In complete charge. His past member of the generalof
St. James A.M.E. text was taken from the above Churches of Christ in the
mentioned scripture.We United States, is a board
are in the process of member in the World Methodist -

"NEW. FRONTIER" PANEL The committees have worked preparing for our second annual Conference, past chairman
Youth Day which will of the General Board of Edu-
DISCUSSION HIGHLIGHTS hard and have come up with
iOBSERVANCE some of the best talent to be terminate on tomorrow. Come cation of the African Method- BISHOP. C. HATCHER
out and see the Juniors per-
programmed for this auspicious. form. Remember they are the
occasion. church of, tomorrow
At the 11 a.m. service Rev.F. .

Hermon. E. Sneed AME, pastor Church of Mount will MT. CALVARY CHURCH Rev. Lester C. Albert

grace the pulpit. It Is advis- Constance Carter reporterRev.
able to come early to hear this S. Atchison, pastor At
great orator. "Now Is the accepted time, Speaks Temple
i r$ behold, is the of salvation
At 3:30: pm. the Rev. S. A. now day -
Cousin and his! congregation of / Sunday, will mark the eighth has a message for today.A .
Bethel AME Church will be in We are in the midst of cele- annual observance of Men's special feature of the even-
charge of the service.To brating our pastor's first anniversary Day at Temple Baptist Church, Ing service will be a 30-mlnute
We are planning now 1723 NW 3rd Ave. The Male
climax the day a groupof guest program by Temple's
prominent citizens from the to show' our appreciation! for speaker at the 11 a.m., service Chorus. Brother Charles Am-
our pastor on his first anniver- will be the Rev. Lester C. Albert brose
fields of law to newspaper publishing co-chairman will be in
sary. Everyone can show in a of the House
has consented to take of Albert. charge.
time out from their busy small wiay, their token of ap- Music will be rendered by the
s c h e d u I e s to forma preciation for our pastor. Male Chorus of St. Mary's W. The stage is all set, and this
Let us remember to visit and
promises to be one of the great
"The New
panel to discuss
M. Church. Deacon E.
George
pray for the sick and bereaved -
days in Temple. The women
Frontier. The panelists
t= : are families everywhere. Re- Hepburn chairman, will be in
rr J. have pledged to give the men
Harold Dr.
Atty. Braynon
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member, too, that the doors of
their full and
charge.
cooperation -
H. Green, Dr. George Sands and Mt.
Calvary are always opento
they don't mean maybe!
Dr. G. W. Hawkins. Editor
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you. The speaker is one of l\U-
Garth C. Reeves will moderatethe You are most cordially invited -
R panel. ST. LUKE CHURCHRev ami's popular mortlclous. He to spenl the day at Temple.
The general chairman is
ALBERT C. SMITH Albert C. Smith. Mr. Smith P. W. Williams pastor
General Chairman will be absent for this affair. Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporter NEW PHILADELPHIA NEW MT. MORIAH
He suffered several broken Revival meeting will begin
The cream religious and ribs while on his Job and is hos- Monday night, July 27, at St. 015 N. W. 51st. Street 6700 N. W. 14th Ave.
educational event for this Sun- pitalized in St. Francis Hospital. Luke M. B. Church, 1790 NW Rev. Wm. H. WashingtonIt Rev. Almus L. Shlpp Pastor
day unfolds at St. James AME This unavoidable accidenthas 55th St. There will be 10 nightsof has come to the attentionof Worshipping with us sunday
the and members of
pastor
Church 1845 NW 65th St. given the men more incentive preaching through August New Philadelphia Baptist that July 10, were Brother Vernel{
The of this 7. The Rev. W. H. Calhoun
men "friendly of
to make this a successful many of our friends and the Shipp, wife, Elease and family
church" are celebrating their Tampa, Florida will be the
day for their "fallen"chairman general public have been mis- from Long Beach California.We .
annual Men's Day. I evangelist, a great speaker;
.. Informed about the location of had a wonderful time and
and all
come one bring
friends. your our church and whether or not hope to see them and our
there Is another New Philadel- many other visiting friends
I Hawkins Mrs.Rev. P.Bunesba W. Williams Green, pastor phia Baptist Church. again In worship.
Dr. G. W. reporter We are happy to Inform those Friday night July 21 t, choir
who were interested enough to No. one will begin their anniversary -
Inquire that New Philadelphia musical program at
/ Speaker at Mt. ZionDr. SALTER'S CHAPEL Baptist is located at 915 NW 8 pm. There will Ue another

I Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor d2) St., and the Rev. William II. musical program, Saturday
Flossie Marshall, pastor Washington, B. A., B. D., Is night, at 8 p.m. On Sunday
G. W. Hawkins, a dentist James W. Matthews and Harold Our pastor has Just returned the pastor we would also like afternoon at 3 p.m., a sermon
who has taken prominence In J Braynon, will participatein from the Bishop's Council Ir to Inform you and keep the re- by Rev. West will be delivered
the Miami area for many years, a panel discussion. This will Memphis, Tenn. He brought to :ord straight, that there isn't along with the Heavenly
will be the speaker for the I present an excellent opportunity us some of the highlights for out one New Philadelphia Bap- Star rendering musical num-
Men's Day program at Mount for everyone to understandthe I the coming events of the AME tist Church In Miami, only one! I bers. You and yours are cordi-
Zion Baptist Church on Sun- theme better because there Church. Several weeks ago due to a ally invited.
day, July 26 at 11 a.m. will be a question and answer There were so many lovely misprint, New Providence Baptist The following persons are
Dr. Hawkins is well qualified period after the discussion. visitors to worship with us on Church news was taken tohe asked to please > in attendance
for this responsibility, having This is an all Important feature Sunday morning, and help en- the news of New Philadel- Sunday afternoon: Rev. A. Mc-
been graduated from FloridaA at a time when so manyAmericans' Joy the wonderful message Rev phia. Wo are sorry for these errors Crarey, Rev. E. Rahmlng Rev.
and M University and Me- Finstclass Citizen- Benson brought to us for the especially to one of ourneighboring F. Carter, Rev. and Mrs. O.
harry Medical College and he ship is on trial. morning. Our male. chairmanwas churches. But may Taylor, Deacon George Smith,
promises an excellent develop- in charge. we now set the record straight! Brother K. Clark, Sister L.
ment of the theme for Sunday: ST. NICHOLASWest There were two persons to Again, we are always pround Jackson and Sister Mack.
"A New Landmark First Indian Catholic Church) Join the church and one who to have. our friends ask oboutus Our deepest sympathy goes
Class Citizenship." ( was converted after hearing the and we are always happyto to Sister Thelma Melton in the
Our speaker's sincere Interestin To the rector, pastors of all gospel preached to them. have you stop by at New loss of her beloved father.
religious activities, whichhe religious denominations; greet- __We !mourn! the loss of Sister Philadelphia Baptist Church.
carries\ on In the Greater ings profound. Katie Heading a mother of the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
,Bethel AME Church where he Through this medium, you Salters Chapel congregation.Her BEREA BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
.has had membership for many and your ,honorable congrega- funeral was held on Satur- Opa-locka, Florida
tion are now being Introducedto day July 11, by Rev. H. J. Benson Joseph Toles, pastor Rev. W. J. Macon pastor
serve: ncivicaaffairrsrn havingserved the above named church.As We shall miss her presence Last Sunday, Rev. Sample, assistant You are invited to attend an
as president of the'Local an active religious Insti- among us. pastor, brought the mes- appreciation program for our
+' NAACP; 'chairman of the tution in the community, and We are looking, talking, and sage. We found it to be very pastor on Sunday, July 26. Beginning -
,King of Clubs Forums and Incorporated in the State of working toward the Tri-State inspiring. Rev. Toles delivered with the morning ser-
basileus of Omega Psi Phi Fra- Florida. We take this oppor- Convention on August 10, in the evening sermon. vice, the entire day will be devoted -
.. ternity offer us much to look tunity of making ourselves Jacksonville, Fla. Everyone Is invited to come to showing our love for
forward. to. available in whatever capacityyou Don'torget to attend the out and worship with us this our pastor both spiriturally and
'I for the Men's deem necessary.As coming program to be held by Sunday, at 3 p.m., the Smiling financially.The .
'T The chairman, Attorney Calvin it is our purpose to cooperate .Mrs. Annie Lee Gunter on the Jubilees will celebrate their anniversary morning sermon will be
II, t may program with all other religious second Sunday, August 9, at here at Berea. Come delivered by Rev. McGrtrch at
I" institutions In the perpetuation 3 p.m.Let out and witness these great 3:30: p.m. Rev. olr
J of the teachings and us pray for those who singers. On Saturday, at 11 a.m. and congregation will visit withus
., and principles set forth by our are going on vacation and those Deacon Willie Bloom will be after which a lovely dinner,
,', 'terta 11ng; informative blessed Lord. Let us be consoled who are fj>ne, that their trip funeralized at Range chapel. prepared by the members of
i spiritually beneficial to all who by these worts of His. This will be a safe one. Deacon Bloom is the brotherof First Baptist Church, will be

I ,will coma Is my commandment: That we Sister Eloise Crawford has Mrs. Veda Jolly. The eulogy served.
T At, 7:30 In the evening the love one another as I have entered the hospital. We offer will ,be given by Rev. Toles.
The
<, 'am ,will take on a different loved you-John 15,12. prayers that the Lord will evening sermon will be
promises to Your co-worker for Christ presented by Rev. Green of Mt.
aspect but watch over and bless her. Church.We .
less :enjoyable. George H. Sturrup, Sec'y The Rev. Sister Claudia Ro- Zion AME
C ;be; ;none ,he thew Dixie to tour through the
Jones The very Rev. DeanN. berson Dixie left Monday, with state of Florida visiting her are looking forward to see-
toorneeysiDonald Wheeler A.. Derrick, rector her husband Mr. Charles Mat- new in-laws on her honeymoon. Ing you Sunday, July 26.
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Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor Rev. H. V. Stuart, Pastor. SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1964 PAGE 11
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Guest preacher this Sunday Bro. Casey Graham, reporter Honors 'Rev.Thompson .
morning, will be the Rev. J. C.
Thompson of Ft. Lauderdale.The Sunday morning Rev. Edward ST. MATTHEW'S CHURCH w w kREV.

pastor and his family will Young will be In charge of the Rev. N F. Clark, pastor
be vacationing with relatives service. Our night service began The Baptist Ministers' Alliance -
In Ohio and Michigan for two at 7 p.m. Rev. Gladstone Is the first in the city to The general public Is Invited
weeks. May God help us all to Hunter will be in charge. sponsor an appreciation for an to attend a Drink Offering. A
have a happy summer, and to The chairman of Women's out-going minister the Rev Sunday, July 26, 3 p.m., sharp.
continue to worship throughoutthe Day and her committee will R. Thompson and frunily. The The first of Its kind since the
summer season. sponsor a tea at the home of Rev. Randolph Thompson was children of Israel left the wilderness
the co-chairman Sister Eliza- pastor at the Brownsville Bap- ; come and see how it
ZION HOPE BAPTIST beth Mitchell, 3336 NW 53rd tist Church but is now leavingto is done.
St. The entire church and public pastor the First Baptist
5129 NW 17th Ave. is invited. Church of Wilson, North Carolina .Today we call It a tea, yester-
Rev. P. Freeman, pastor Choir No. 8 will furnish We are proud of his great day it was called a drink offering
Church services were good all music during the morning ser- advancement by the Lord for to the Lord. It is spiritually
day Sunday. A very Inspiring vice and choir No. 1 will fur- Rev. Thompson. highlighted; we are sure you
message was delivered by our nish music at n1Jght.PROVIDENCE He has worked untiring as will enjoy your drink and also
pastor. Everyone Is urged to attend head of missions for the East you will be spiritually blessed.
all weekly meetings. The CHURCHRev. Coast Association and once con- Come early to see It from startto
pastor Is asking that we not ducted and headed a school for
finish it will
last
hour
C. J. the Ministers of this an
fonget our sick and shut-ins Burney, pastor Baptist
Visitors are always welcomeat Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporterWe area. He has also served for and 12 minutes; sponsored by
ZIon Hope. years as Bible Expositor for the No. two choir under the
were blessed with a fine the Alliance.In .
time supervision of Rev. J. E. Mon-
NEW HOPE BAPTIST the Consecration Sunday beginning hour 5 with a.m. Thompson all of has these been, the faithful Rev. roe, Sister Louise Moss, presi-

Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor On Sunday, July 26, our and loyal to his tasks; now the dent, Rev, N. F. Clark, pastor.
Sis. A. L. Stephens, reporter senior ushers will celebrate Lord has taken him a little W. E. SIMMS
their
Services were well attendedlast second anniversary. Rev. higher.
and W. E. Sims of New Hope Baptist .- The Rev. Thomas Great Revival At
Sunday, our pastor's Church will of Mt. Dugie's Guest HouseThe I
deliver the
message was spiritually uplif- Sinai delivered the farewell address -
ting. Our own No. two choir and message.help the Come ushers, one make and the all and the choir sang. On house of unusual room. Mt. Olivette Baptist I
was in charge of song service. hand were: Rev. P. W. Williams,
We wish to commend Mrs. aniversary a success.Don't moderator, Rev. Wade, pastor Starting Monday night, July
Ann Smith, and the junior choirof forget those who are of St. Mark Baptist, Rev. Thed- Open 24 hours NE 4-3851 27, a great revival will be at
St. James Baptist Churchfor grieved over the loss of their ford Johnson, president of Al- the Mt. Olivette Baotlst Church,
their rendition of the Gos- loved ones, and those who are lance and sponsor of the appreciation Seeing U BelievingSee 1450 NW First Court. The
sick. A word
of
pel In Songs; on last Sunday a visit alone encouragementand with at St. John Baptist I Evangelist: for the week will
prayers Church and Rev. William Henry
night. The program was enjoyed will be the Rev. W. E. Simms minister
by one present, and mean much to them. Washington, public relations us for clean rooms -
every director and pastor of New of the New Hope Baptist
we Invite them to come again:
ST. PAUL AME CHURCHRev. Philadelphia Baptist Church. Jamaica Dugie always a Church, Liberty City, Music

soon.We are getting ready for a T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor Rev. William H. Washington, will bo furnished by the 40-
great revival, and we Invite Mrs. Lea Cray, reporter public relations director friend volco choir of Mt. Olivette I
Rev. Thedford Johnson
every one to attend. Prayer Baptist Church. Come and have
meeting will begin August 10, Choir No. 2 invites you to president, Baptist Alliance
preaching August 17, throughthe attend their 34th anniversary 2941 NW 47th St., Miami your spiritual strength renew- I
28. Beginning Monday July Sunday, July 26 at 3 p.m. at METROPOLITAN CHURCH ed. The Rev. I. C. Micklns,

27, through Friday the 31, vacation son the church.of Macedonia Rev. Roscoe Baptist Jack- nevI W. Slater, pastor I minister. I
Bible School. Usher Board No. one and
Church will deliver the message ,
Kiddies plan now to attend Mrs. Eva Richardson two are celebrating Its 4th anniversary "
every day, moms and dads be president. on Sunday, July 26, '
sure to have every teenager to at 3 p.m. %%'hatAbout Wigs? |
attend. Invite a playmate, Stewardess Board No. 3
especially one who does not wishes to thank everyone for There will be visiting ushers
go to any Sunday School. making their, anniversary a from all over the city.

Our No. one choir will be success. Total amount raised: Rev. F. E. Sneed, and congregation Why not consult your beautician?'' i
looking forward to your pre- $305 Mrs.
Ann Shennett, of Mt. Hermon AME
sence when 'the this Battle Sunday Of at Songs 2:30: p.m.will. chairman. Church, Ft. Lauderdale, will Your beautician can give you the true

climax. \ Service will be held at the render service.
The Junior choir and usher old St. Paul, 10th St. and 4th Everyone Is invited to come; story. After all who should know !
board will be in charge of ser- court from July 26 until the Sister Viola Jerry, president
vices Sunday morning. Please new edifice has been completed. No. one. Brother George Fish- I better than your beautician?
plan to attend church throughout You will be hearing more burn, president No. two and J13
the day. The public Is always about the accomplishment of Rev. J. J. Williams, pastor.

welcome to worship withus the edifice. a_ _ _ __ _- - -
at all times. oooooooooooFor

DAY SPRING BAPTIST TRANSFIGURATION The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
Fr. Elisha S. Clarke, Jr., Vicar

Under the direction of the Our last service will be heldat I
Rev. G.W. Phillips of Ft. Lau- the Rainbow Park Elemen-
derdale, our revival was a successful tary School Cafetorium on Sun-
one; many souls were day, at 9.30: a.m. We would like vc.rBoHDEDRENTAL:
touched by his fervent pleas. to thank the Principal Mrs. Rosa _
All who heard this great man Lee Fortson and the custodiansfor
of God can truly say that our their wonderful cooperation
revivalist- was a well chosen during our stay at Rainbow.
It was a pleasure to work
one.Baptism will be Sunday morn- along with them. Again thank
Ing; the Junior choir will render
songs for morning service with you.We
the Junior ushers at their postof are proud to say our
duty. These children are to church Is now completed. The AGENCY INC.
be commended for the fine dedication and patronal festival ,
work they are doing. They are services and activities are as
under the direction of ,respec- follows:
B. Wllkerson and .
Deacon tively, Sis.C. Brown. Sunday, August 2, dedication : The largest collection and rental
to worship and confirmation services, 10:30:
We Invite you
and to for us a.m. The Rt. Rev. James L.
that with laborers us will pray continue to I Duncan, D. D. suffragan Bishop agency in the South; operating in
Into the vineyard. of the diocese of South
come
Florida will officiate. Monday.
Dade and Broward Counties'HOW.
MT. TABORRev August 3rd, annual church picnic :
Haulover Beach; Wednes-
P. S. Brown, pastor day, August 5. E. Y. C. Straw Negro Housing areas.
The Junior choir of Mt. Tabor Ride, Christ Church, Coconut i* L. BROOKS
Baptist Church under the directorship Grove the bus will leave from President ',.
of Miss Mattie Simpson the church grounds at 7 p.m., !.
General ;
Mrs. Helen Ingram wishesto the church is located at 19th I GEORGH 11ARTH Manager ''-

make thank their those"Hour who pf helped RTayer"to Ave. and 152 Terr. I MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

program a success. Thursday, 'feast of the Transfiguration 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
Juniors participating on the August 6, solemn
program were George Ingram, sung mass 7 a.m. solemn even- Bonded also has employment service at main office
and piano solo; Patricia song and benediction( of the
Shephens prayer and Peter Smith, blessed sacrament, 8 p.m., Friday -. 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA

and readings Carolyn; Kathy Cross Way, Mistress, welcome of I Patronal, August Festival 7, second dance annual at the fell time public relation Dept. to aaeiet you In olrtnc yefer problem

Pin fleet of door to door ervfee 'or"'u conreBlenee
Ceremony. Starlight Room of the Biscayne a car giving

Richard Dunn rendered one Terrace Hotel, 9 p.m., Oa nights and Sunday for emergency service call PL 3739
of his soul-stirring selectionsand for tickets call the chairman
MAIN OFFICE
Miss Simpson inspired Jane Lewis or see any church
heart with "Pearly White member and for table reserva- 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-8733
every
City'. Music was furnished by tions call the chairman, Julie
Mrs. Richard Dunn and Mrs. Clarke. Please get your tickets Vandalism done by a few I* expense to JL ,PI.**. help us top this
Barbara Bullard. and make your reservations- to- nnnecejMiy evil C. A. Lockhart Public Relation Director
Special thanks to the Rev.A. day.

C. Mozell and his congregation for- Sunday, August 9, solemn e 1193 N.W. 3rd Are. ......_.. PR .-...... 1732S Ifentertend Are. _

the spirit and pulpit of fellowship associates which High Mass procession and ser- 1075 N.W. .nd Bt. __ OX 0-S44T. Perrlne _.._._..........".,,',". CB ..INSI
mon, 10:30: a.m. FellowshipHour 1019 ]HanmondTllle! Rd.
'
The up-lifting
manifested.
they m. There JM1 Grand Are. __ BJ g.jgi
sermon, "The Power of Prayer"and be program dinners sold for $1.50 Pompano.. '"..,..,....__ WE II __
the will 4240 N.W. Uta Are.202i NE3411
call during
the altar --
after the dedication servicqthe e 14385 N.W. Stud Are
hour of will be long re-
membered.prayer There was not a way, dance tickets are e N.W. 7MH it. ..,........,... N1-SIN Opa-4kn .................,._ MU .-.,

dry eye In the house at Itsconclusion. $1.50-tables free. 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO.8BRVB YOU
We wish Godspeed
to his young- minister and his e 2060 N. W. 3rd Ct. .. .. FR 14NSGRACE
--"rte. i "*, the children 'and visiting members -
1 Many thanks to the parents and friends. moo




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IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn r

DEATHS memory of, loving memory of,
CARDS -
I .yihlf L HENRY LEWIS REEVES

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.. __ May 28, 1848 July 22 '022

, IPAGE 12 : SATURDAY, JULY ;5, 1964 IN MEMORIAMIn Rest in peac
I MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. sad but loving memory of z+ The Family

our dear sister, < avYy." 5 1Y t
I ro

\ IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn z- ,IN MEMORIAMIn
loving of w.
i In loving memory of, dear husband memory and father, our loving memory of,

I DAN PAYNE '3 MR. ALARIQ WALLACE '
IN a y
who departed this life July 22, e l
19G2. 6 who departed this life, July 1
Gone, but ,not forgottenWe ftis 27,,1963. i
f loved you, hut Jesus loves i 1 t p sweet and blessed country
;; : you best the home of God's elect.
Our love and memory of you 0 sweet and blessed country
will last forever. .that ,cage hearts exprect.
rfMM rE The Payne and Sands Jesus," in mercy bring us to
Families that dear land of rest.
Who rat, with God the Father
and spirit, ever' blest.
IN MEMORIAM
Gone, but ,not forgotten, your
In memory of our loving MRS ERNESTINE LYNCH loving memory still remains
father, MOSS within our .hearts. ,
r Mrs Rebecca Wallace wife
-""I ,
who this life three
;<>/ departed and the familyFamiliar
; years ago July 22, 1961.
l Gone, but not forgotten.
? i iR& ir May she rest in peace and

may light perpetual shine upon d
MRS ESTELLE M. RHODES her "R1af'3
I s F9 J {

who departed this life July 29, The Moss and LynchFamilies
..i...+n........wM. 1961.

LOVELL RICHARDSON JR. We miss you so very much 9
and will never be t h e same
who departed this life July 26, without you.
IN MEMORIAMIn
1963. Until we meet again

May he rest in peace and iFaa Td Mary Ann Mitchell, sister sad, but loving memoryof
may light perpetual shine upon Five brothers, two children my dear husband, father and
him. Four grands, a step mother brother,
The Family

.1""'" IN MEMOKIAM
tt
IN MEMORIAMIn .. 1'I;'
-';. In sad, but loving memoryof
1 sad but loving memory of b ", our dear departed one,
my I dear husband and father, \l
tof r .l'
< -' .
_k v

r 1 DEA. GEORGE W. HEADINGSwho i rrty

;L9l passed away July 27, 1956 Retired
We claim thy promise, "I will
not leave you comfortless; I ""df b 33 Racetracker Dies

will dear come ones to the thee.assurance" Give these that i ,. Reginald Vernon Thomas, 76,

they "sorrow not without hope." died July 17 at, 9 a.m. in Jack-
Thou art "the resurrection and son Hospital.Mr. .
life" Thou alone hast conquered Thomas was a popular
death, and because Thou figure in Liberty City and was
liveth we also shall live. better known to many by the
The children and sister, it'y pseudonyms "Shorty; "Paint
I Ruth Wright, sister Brush" or "Short-Stop."

Deacon Irvon Headings, Shorty was a familiar per-
son tgWALTER son around the race tracks of
Ernestine H. Knox, daugh-
America. He
l terGeorge was once employed -
PERKINSwho by Max Hirsch, millionaire
W. Headings, son

Dorothy H. Cooper, daughter F M departed this life July 22,. lived thoroughbred a fabulous owner.life on and Shorty off

Gertrude Jackson Y 'o 1963. the tracks. He was In show
daughter '
-
It has been on year since you business as a hoofer, a violinist,
,. passed and left us, but the and was said to have writtenthe
MRS. JESSIE MAE SMITH I memory of you will always words for the oldie,Tea For

SAMUEL J, LILLY II IN MEMORIAM who departed this life July 21, linger with us. Words will Two;" a painter, paper hanger MIamiin
etc. He finally came to
who departed this life July 24, 1963. "You have gone from us, never be able to say' how we 1936 where he made his
In loving of our miss
memory you.
1962. but not forgotten. Every day
dear husband and father, remain fresh In our memory home. Shortly after Shorty retired
you" Mrs. Gertrude Perkins, from the track. He had
Ruby Lilly and .
sons Family
wife held most of the more impor-
The Family Rena Rolle, daughter tant Jobs In preparing a horse
Deborah Perkins, daughter for the running of a race, from
CARD OF THANKS THANKS stable boy to groom.
CARD OF
'The family of the late, I Walter Perkins, son Thomas had been on his own
The family of the late Clyde Perkins brother since a youngster/ In Mt. Ver-
Celestine Perkins, sister non, N.Y., where he was born.
He was the son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. V. Thomas Sr. His

IN MEMORIAM father became a bishop of the
o Virgin Islands and was knighted -
., In loving memory of our dear byflhe reigning King of Eng-
k
r ropK mother and wife, land.::
Z. Shorty "adopted" 'a' granddaughter -

Roselle and a grandson -,. Of
y '' Norwood, who cared for
him during his declining years.
He leaves a son, Rudy of Ft.
Lauderdale and' a wife, Ruby.
z A surviving sister, ajbout 00years
of lives In California
age -
44 "
,' and was unable to attend
\tBENJAMIN his I funeral. Manker Funeral

s w Home was In charge of ar-
rangements.
BULLARD !Y Y r H Shorty was laid to rest Wednesday -

who departed this life July 21, _afternoon.CARD .
1953.
Gone, but not forgotten., TJ ::
CHARLIE ISOM Alice Dullard, wife,, OF THANKS

who departed this life June 12, and family MRS., MARIE HUFF 5260 NW
1964. EARNEST B. MANNING 24th Ave.;, wishes tQ express
this method of IN MEMORIAM her sincere thanks to the many
takes expressing
,
,their heartfelt thanks .wish 'to express their most sincere friends for their kindness and
',to their ,In loving memory of ,our, thanks to friends, neighbors thoughtfulness during her ill-
and gratitude many dear mother and.. relatives for flowers
neighbors for the ness. Thanks Is also expressedto
friends and MRS. GENEVA PAYNE cards. and all acts of'kindness the staff of Jackson Memorial -
and
cards 'letters, telegrams thanks who died July 28, 1963. It has during our moments of bereavement Hospital with special grati-

floral offerings. Special Home and the been one year, mother ,since ,:* _' _. .. -c t<_ ROSETTA SULLIVAN tude to. Dr. Cassidy. May God
',to Range.Funeral members of Mt.Carmel. you have left ,us, although.your Special thanks to .the.*.pastor I iI bless every relative, neighborand

pastor Baptist and Church,' loving hearts.memory remains",;......*"' withinour and members of the First ',who departed this life, July 21, friend for their many cards,
Church of Brownsville and to 1903. '. letters and floral gifts.
May 'God'bless you., JoAnn, Kyral/Madeien Fran- -
: the Range Funeral Home. W. S. Sullivan, Husband, Mrs. Hut'-IB now convalescing
Mildred Isom, widow cine I Payne, daughters "
.children Mrs. and 'mem ers' of Wyatt, Jr., ''Hu -Payne, sons -Mrs. Lucille Manning Ruby Lilly, Doris AVllllams and at her home and welcomes the

the Bereaved family Bessie Mackey, mother and family Family continued visits of her friends.I .


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n t.In, ...- me-very- V; u-a. 'I her husb 'i1r't-r-tnaner-M'lt"
--- tee "or AiV1H1 N A. Derrick, rector
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ALBERT RANGE CARD OF THANKS THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.


Mfg. P&ARL1B1 CnmMtJDY: WILLIE MANUS BLOOM b f We, the' family Of:the late, SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1964 PAGE 13

mother of l'1rs.lb rt MfcDuf- 1018 NW 4th Court, dpt, D, died ROOSEVELT DENSON
with whont Wed lived f at 626 July 10. Mr. i3loom, a native Who departed this'Ufe July 13,
W\V: fflth $t., Jafcksoriitdl of Bibb CoUht Ga., and a 10- wish to express our sincere
E JUly Id. Other, sUrviVors year resident 01 Miami, is sUr- heartfelt! thanks and gratitudeto FOR RENT FOR SALE : ;
are a sort, Jim Frank La- vived by his wife, Elizabeth, a our many friends, for their
t ten; t\vo sisters, MrS. Amy daughter, Fannie Mae; three kindnesses extended during our NW GARAGE APT. 3-room, LOVELY CORNER CBS plus
odoiri of Rhine, ,Qa,, and Mrs. brothers, John, Leonard and hour of bereavement We would furnished, utilities near buses, cottage,decorated 2 jalousied porches,
curlle Young of Ft. Lauder- Ira Bloom Jr., tine sisters, like to offer special thanks to ,$20 per week, adults, 600-C811 newly nished solar partly fur-
,
carport, patio.
grand-children and I Mesdames the Range Funeral Home for
dale: tbreg Veda Mae Jolly, Lillie -
$14,000, 4700 NW 15th Court.
t the outstanding services rendered.
seven teVeaVe&ttd-rChlldren. She Smith, Mildred Frank, :Ella ROOM In private homo 1441

will lie in repose\ Iii' 'the.. ,. dldpelM1114 Mae. Ramington and Annie Mr. and Joe Denson NW 67th St. phone 601-6780. OPEN SUNDAY 3-6 401
Scofleld Services Saturday at and, Call a.m. up" til 9:30: a.m.-p.m. NW 43rd St. Total $10,000, only
LILLIE HALL 1000 11 a.m. in the :chapeL family after 7:30.ROOM : $200 down, $C9! month pays all.

Ng iB2nd Sty, Was dead on arrival This.is a very good buy. A. Ben
at North Miami General CHARLES WILLIAMS of Will Sharpe Dies for a nice, quiet! couple, Kori, Realtor, nltes PL 0-5533, '
Hospital July 10. Remains sent 1400 NW list St., died July 16.I single man or lady. No land- days PL 12213.
to Savannah. Ga., for services Mr. Williams resided here for Tuesday lady to boss. LoW! rent.. NE

and burial. Her husband, Willie, 41 years. His survivors include William Sharpe, a resident of 5-5283. NO QUALIFYING 2-tfed-

four sons, Willie Jr. Julius, his wife, Thelma, a son Har- Miami for the past 61 years, room CBS, Fla. room 551 'NW
Julian and Ronald Hall! ? four mon, an adopted son, Eddie, died Tuesday, July 21 at his NEW CBS 2-bedroom house, 45th St. $83 month pays all.: .
I daughters, Mrs. Willie Mae two adopted daughters, Linda 'residence Mr., Sharpe, of 1737 nice quiet tenants only at 1535 $850 down,. drive by, call me.
Haywood, Mrs. Victoria Bell and Vyunda Williams; seven NW 65th 'St., was well-known NW 70th St. Call (between 5 A. Ren-ICorl Realtor, nltes P[' ';

and Misses Larraine and Clara brothers, Roosevelt, Aaron, In Miami. His late parents were and 0 p.m. PL 0-5509. 0-5533; days PL 12213. .
Hall, mother and father, two Joseph, Noah Hoff : the former owners of the Lib-
sisters and a brother, all of Roy; four sisters Mesdames erty City Swimming Pool, the 2 HOUSES, one 4-bedrooms all BEAUTIFUL 4-bedroom, 2-. .
Savannah, survive. Lillie Harris, Mamie Williams, only pool owned and operated private. one 1-bedroom cot- bath home with extra work ,
Gertrude Jones- -' and Doris by Negroes In the South Flor- tage nice I location, ,quiet neigh- shop, Fla.. room, all rooms' ,
MllS. LYDIA RYALS, 2052 Stringer; seven grandchildrenand ida area. borhood, reasonable price. 1222 very large. Payments $100 '
Washington Ave ., Opa-locka, two great grandchildren. His survivors Include his NW 71st Terr. Phone OX month, FHA $14,500 total. A.: '
Final services will be held at 17801. Bcn-Korl, Realtor nites PL
died July 10. Services Saturdayat wife, Bertha, a teacher at the ,
2 p.m. at Greater New Shiloh Baptist Church at 2 Liberty City Elementary 0-5533, .days PL 12213. '
Bethel Baptist Church, Rev. p.m. with Rev. Griffin officia- School; three brothers Charles 2-BEDROOM CHS house, unfurnished -
CORNER
W. K. Smith, pastor, following Harold and Alex; and two sis- 5GOO NW 23rd Ave. LOT and duplex,
which remains will be sent to ting.MRS. ters, Mrs. Lillian King and $20? week. $2,500 down, 0701 NW 5 Ave. '
Fla. for final rites. Sur- JANIE ALLEN, of 4437!
Perry, Mrs. Isabelle Blue, principal' of
viving are a granddaughter SW 23rd St., West Hollywood, Carver Elementary, School, Coconut FURNISHED lkdroom apt. IARGEFAMILY, 4-bedroom
Miss Bettye Briggs; grandson, died July 10. Her survivorsare I Grove. Arrangements; l, Large rooms, cool. No child- beauty CBS. Near school, bus,
Ernest Williams and a sister,I two eons, Deacon J. D. I under the direction of ,Range ren, $20 week, 1323 NW 58th shopping $11.700, $80 month
Mrs. Louise Roberts of Jack- Allen and Albert Allen Jr., a Funeral Home, are Incomplete. Terr. Include everything plus D. P.
sonville. She may be viewed sister, Mrs. Fannie Rivers, 15 open Sunday 1 to 5 p.m. Fen-
In the Opa-locka chapel from grand children and six great- UNFURNISHED DUPLEX ster Realty, PL 0-8770.
noon Friday. grand children. Services Sat- VA OFFICE has stove and refrigerator, 1-
urday at 4:30: at the Mt. Sinai bedroom, adults only, quiet NEWT! /! NEW! Reduced!

IKE HILL, 814 NW 1st Ct., Baptist Church with,'Rev. S. A. Electronic computers are neighborhood $18 week. A. 3-bedroom 2-bath, only a few
died July 15. Services will be Thomas officiating. Mrs. AllenIs usually considered cold, cal- Ben-Korl, Realtor, PL ,0-5533. left, priced to suit your pocket.

conducted In the chapel Sat- now In repose in the chapel. culating machines, but the Model open Sunday 1-0 p.m.
BEAUTIFUL 1-bodroom apt. 857 NW 73 St. Fenster Realty
-
Veterans Administration
10 and will be reportsit
urday at a.m. on
for 1 or 2 adults. Hot and cold PL 0-8770
ALOYSKUS( RAMSEY Infant
has
to work
view from 3 p.m. Friday. An put one on a
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jona- humane Informing water furnished, lovely fenced
warm project
uncle of Vicksburg, Miss and -
Bessie than Ramsey of 5020 NW 19th widows and orphans "of yard. $20 per week. NEtJ-5566 FOR LARGE, large family -
Mrs. M., Robinson sur- 3-bedroom '
Corner, estate 2-
Ave. died 18. I i
his
vive. July Mourning veterans of changes- In. laws
PER WEEK 1-bedroom bath CBS II
$13 plus extra CBS home, .
loss ate his
parents; two sisters, that might react to their bene- *
a brother his partly furnished apt, free gas double lot, n must to see, also
fit.
MRS. FRANKIE? McMATH, grandfather.grandmothersand I and water, COS! NW 21th Ave. suitable for a professional person -
5000 SW 20th St. West Hollywood held Obsequies I I The camputer was programmed : drive :by then call for ap'
were at the
Wednesday
died July 21. Services Church of God. I to search its memory devices I $12 PER WEEK 1-bedroom polntment. 1201 N. W. 40th St.'
'Saturday at 2 p.m. at The I to determine how many furnished cottage, free water Fenster Realty, PLO-877J.' '.,"
Church of Christ, Hallandale. daughter widows and orphans \ and lights 4528 NW 33rd Ave.
were receiving -
13ro. Wilson, minister. Final ) of Mr. and one kind of benefit and FURNISHED APT. with yard LARJGE> FAMILY Corner, ,
rites in Bainbridge, Ga. Her Mrs L. J. Tucker of 5421 SW whether It would be to their and j porch reasonable, for Information estate, 3-bedroom, 2-bath CBS ,

survivors Include two daughters 24th St., West Hollywood I Interest to choose an optionalone call OX 1-2120. i plus extra CBS ome, double.,.,
Mrs. Luvenla Jones and Graveside services held Wednesday C. W. Boggs offlcer-ln- lot, a must to see, also
'' !1"*'lRICHARDSQK 2-BEDROOM APT. 3130 NW
Mrs. Worthy Kelly of Hast- charge Miami VA office, 51 for a professional person drive '
ings; two sons, Elbert and SW 1st Ave Rm. 100, said 50 St. apt 1, contains gas stove drive by then call for appointment -
Marvin McMath; two sisters. and range, freshly painted, free 1201 NW 4th St. Fen-
She will He in repose in the Letters are being written to gas and water. $22.50 week, ster Realty, PLO-8770

chapel from 2 ,p.m. Friday. MRS. ROSA L. CLOWERS, those whom the option plan fa- D and 11 Coast Co. III 8-1110. '
I NEW AREA! 3-bedroom 2-
vored.
453 NW 13th St., died at her NEW 2 EDROOM APT9.
bath $07 month
only move
home on JUly 22. Survivorsare $ The two programs concerned Free gas and water, adults right In. Fenster Realty, PL
two cousins Mrs. Minnie
,
all modern conveniences
FRANCIS 'are: preferred; -
0-8779.
.
Hanna and James Roberts. Ser- 7C5 NW 60th St. PL
vices .Saturday at 3 p.m. from (a)' death compensation for 4-9009.! -
EARL JAMES SOUTH MIAMI SPECIAL ,
CLARK of the chapel with Rev. Emory
'2100 NW 70th St., died July 16. Jackson officiating. eligible widows, unmarried 1755 NW 41st St. 1-bedroom Large 3-bedroom, 2-bath corner '
:Services Saturday 3:30: p.m. at children and parents of veter- efficiency. Fenster Realty, PL beauty, only $85 month
Ml. Olivette Baptist Church Infant Chester, son of Mr. ans whose death from a ser 9-8779. plus n small down payment no :
with Rev. I. C. Micklns officiating and Mrs. Harold Chester of vice-connected disability occurred qualifying!; move rlorht In. Feaster -.

Remains will 'He In repose -> 0319 NW 13th Place, died July before Jan. 1, 1957 and, 1-BEDROOM APT. Unfurnished Realty, PL 0-8771( .

at his home beginning at 20. Graveside services held in (b). dependency and Indem- 3370 NW 51 Terr. Call Mr. Gilbert -
7 p.m. Friday. Survivors Include him SOUTH MIAMI 3-bedroom,
Evergreen. NE 4-4321
at or see
'his wife, Dorothy Mae;; 3: nity compensation (DIC) for at 3371 NW Gl St. 2 bath home on 80x100 lot, FHA
daughters; Glenese, Shelvy and widows, orphans and parentsof approved, only $500 down,
Paula, a son, Earl; mother, Mrs. DEATH veterans whose service-con LIBERTY CITY AREA. 3- clean as a pin. A real beauty,
Pearl F. Smart; a brother; nected death came after January bedroom $22.50 week, 2- don't miss this one. Fenster
apt.
Eldridge; three sisters, Mrs. MRS. ESSIE EDWARDS, of 1, 1057. Realty, PL 03770.2BEDROOM .
bedroom apt. $20 week, nice
1237 NW R4; St., died July 22
Marie Smith, Mrs., Melva Davis
and Mllllcent at Kendall Hospital. Funeralservices In many cases, those recei- neighborhood, small building.
Smart. will be held on Mon-1 ving benefits under the death Mickins' Rental Agency, NE HOME CBS,
803 NW 74th St. Built for him-
day, July 27, 3:30: p.m., at St. compensation program have 4-0500.. .
MRS. self bv builder mortgage
BLANCHE HIGGS of one ,
Agnes Episcopal Church the the right to' switch to the DIC
1007 Thomas St., Key West. Rev. Fr. Lambert L. Sands, program under which paymentsmay 1-2 BEDROOM apts., 7850 NW only $R5' month. Fenster Realty, .
died July 17; Remains were Rector. be higher. 12th Ave., stove and refrigerator PL 0-8770.

taken to Key West Monday She Is survived by two sis- quiet neighborhood, largo
'will where final rites and burial ters; Mrs. Muriel Davis and Mrs. Best Method to Sell! duplexes. HELP WANTBDEXPERIENCED Beautician
be conducted. Survivors ;
Emerald Gardner, one brother-
:include Mrs. Flo- Terry's Beauty Shop. #MJ: NW'
a daughter, in-law nieces nephews and
'rette Hatcher, son Fiankljp Other relatives., -A classified ad! 17th St. Phone FR 1-0370 or 5
Hlggs; a sister, Beatrice Broth:' FOR SALE FR 0-0715. Mrs. Pearl Cochran ?

ers.BAIN'S.. HOUSE NW 3 ,air cond; bed- Mgr ?

,- rooms 2% baths; large modern ROOM for '2 ,old people In a' '
,
BARGAINS
HOME
CBS
'i. "J ; kitchen; appliances; pool
cabana with sundeck; sprinklers! quiet home. Private on pension |

Services for Cole of double lot 100x120: Reasonable white or colored. Call before "
Wiley 'No Qualifying No Red Tape Move Right In garage; a.m. after 4 7516249.RUMMAGI9 ,
p.m.
18210 SW 102nd Ave., Perrlne, down; 143 NW 47 Ter. ., '
who died July 16 will, be held EZ TERMS ALL.,LARGE HOMES FR 34518. July 25 SALE 8j .

Saturday at 11 ,,ajn at First !,
House sold, furniture
Baptist Church of, Perrlne, .Elder -
Wells NEW AREA special CBS like bo sold. All types of furniture,!,
officiating. The .
will lie In repose to,.remains the- 4030 NW 3rd Avenue new 3-bedroom 2--bath home odds and ends, etc.

chapel Friday at 3:30 p.m.Sur,. .4 large bedrooms, Fla. room, 2-car garage,,$10,900, $200 down. $It!0 month. Key at ::1

viyors are five sons, Elmer. $495 down. $86 month. ,.' News Realty Inc., 4740 NW 7th.- Make The Scene! j l I
PL 4-0055.)
Theodore, Leroy, Harry, and Ave., The urmla' atmoMphetto at the)], ,
. tTeston three daughters' Ola -- SATELLITE prevail day and!
NEW BUILDING
Mary Yearty; Willie Mae.Pierce 6928, NW StJi Place at 3029 NW Itlte. Take a free trip to the
[and Laura Tennell. 57 St. Open Sunday for Inspection time In the week.
moon any
3-bedroom with extra apt., or 4-bedroom, 2-bath, 2-5 p.m. call NE "Out of thin world"

KERMIT BURT of 11888 SW porch, carport on C lovely. dots, $11,500, $650 down, 3-3108 or UN 6-6007.. SATELLITE LOUNGE t

20th St, Goulds, who died July $85 month.. -LOVELY CBS 2-bedroom. oak B222 NW 7th Ave. ;
5 will be fimeralized Thurs- 4 'Jackson's
floors tile roof and appliances
ay at 3 p.m. In the chapel \ $72 month. FHA Toddle Inn '
--i f 729 NW 46th Street $350 down, per
terms. Kev at News Realtv Inc. Announces RegistrationI
OSCAR B. Must; qualify FHA for this huge 3bedrooro2bath; 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-OC55. beginning 15
INGRAHAM of Daily Aug.
Trine who died la New Ydrk CBS beauty, huge Fla. room carport, ..an'tie. :with 1

I 2 be. funeral1zed Wednesday work afiop, best buy in>Miafani, only $400. down to CBS 3-bedroom, Fla. room oak NOW! !. the Time to Sell
ureh p m. at Mt. ZIon Holiness qualified buyer. Completely 'redecorated. floors and carport, on closing
in Ferrlne under the cost $350 down $70 per' month. That Home.. Use a Times'
echo n of Baln-s. The IJ'e- Owner Pirect 'WI 5-9886 FHA terms. Kev at News Real
ins will lie in''repose 7th Ave. PL .1
in the ty Inc. 4740 NW Clarified Ad!
.apej Tuesday :evening.
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R' enjoyable summer filled with
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1964 Camp Set for Closing fun and rich experiences.

ActivitiesThe

- James E. Scott Com-
Bells of Justice FOR SALE
.
munity Ass'n will have its

Hy ROBERT E. WEBB PHIL OSSOFER 31st.closing program Friday, July Gonzalez Cuban

(Written on the eve of the SAYS:
passing of the Civil Rights DUI Open House and the Arts and Market
by the U. S. Congress on June ,.. -- FE Crafts Exhibit for the Midget
10, 1004.) ;l, 1 Pi Campers, Junior Campers and 1116 NW 3rd Ave.
Being Idealist I'd like to
an Pw Senior Citizens will be from Year round business
Ring loudly, Justice bells, give my picture of the future,
4:00 The Clos-
9:00: a.m. : p.m. Established since 1923
Your time has come at last! perhaps a hundred years from
How sweet your sound com- now. While the population of ing program will be at 7:30.p.m.: Grocery Meats Frozen
will be held at
All activities
pared to knellsOf the world is growing rapidly Food Box Vegetable? Box
the Square Auditorium
goosesteps from the past. it is possible that a third worldwar Liberty
may destroy most of the C30t N. W. 14th Ave. Parents Beer and! Wine
Ring loudly, freedom Wells, people. ("And except those daysbe and friends are cordially In- Price reasonable
Ring from sea to sea; shortened, there should no vited.
The entire world will know flesh be saved..." Matt. 24:22.: ) k For many of JESCA campers I
your song
Those remaining will unite --'e c:: '"'" e.-c-'D 'Ci)'D<::D""Ci" ) ,
For who would not be free? r
and turn to God, knowing the
Ring loudly, Joyous bells. horrors of war and hate, and
Loudly across the land! finally realizing that man i Is Ronald C. SHafer,
Ring long and clear one and must live in peace and 0
'Till your command unity if he is to live at all. Director BEAUTIFUL ESTATE

Reaches every ear Next, the countries of the Franklin Federal

And touches every heart, world will unite in a true spi- Savings and Loan ....--..---....
For who may hear ritually United Nations, with Y- .
Your Joyous part each one fully represented Association of Miami Q ,
There will be, in addition to Attention Teachers or Professionals
And refrain from rejoicingOn our native tongues, a universal "
this ? "Building is my business,
great day language which will enable us '
Your bells are voicingA to understand all people and to stated Ronald C. Shafer, pro-
great hooray Insure universal education. We minent Florida builder and
SEE! 235 N.W.47th St
Franklin Federal di-
For the Constitution of AmericaIn will have a common currency, rector. Savings Q
weights and measures, and tariff -I
unison rung and customs barriers will V
Free of old cold bias; be removed. Thus, all the world '"My company's construction
In unison sung will enjoy the fruits 0 f In- activities at times take me to (Shown by appointment only)
various parts of the country. I a
dustry.
Throughout the land so greenSo get a sense of accomplishmentwhen i

new, so free Passports will be unnecessary visiting these sites and 'h Gorgeous bedroom, 2 bath, lovely Fla. 2
This day will carry its stampOn '
and people will be able seeing structures which we
future history! to travel at will without the helped to design rise straight,
Inconveniences o f today's and tall. built-in kitchen central air
Ring loudly, holy bells. strong room, conditioning
Across the foreign travel. The Common
country square Market of Europe has alreadv "My activities here at Franklin -
And village green, ring loudly,
True and fair! realized the need for such Federal also give me a great 9 and beautiful swimming poolon
changes and may the instru- sense of pride and accomplishment -
Ring loudly, happy bells, ment which will give Europethe as I see families who

Dance through skyscraperstall same freedom of inter- never had a regular savings 2 large lots. Price right for quick sale.
; course that we have In the program open their Franklin Q a
Through every room of every American States. Federal Insured savings ac-

home, counts. I see them from time ...,-4t-....
Will such Utopian Ideas
Through every room of every ma- Ings. I know that they mustto
terialize? I believe they will.
home
their
time sav-
adding to
America has already shown the have a new feeling of securityas .. EXCLUSIVE BY
Through every high school way materially. It now has the a
watch their savings
they
hall. tremenrous Job of showing the
Ring loudly golden bells way snlrltuallv, !by first uniting grow.
Across yellow fields of corn: all Its citizens in true "Franklin Federal does some- NEWS REALTY Inc.
Erase all scorn as your knells enualltv.! When this Is accom- the
thing for regular/ a v e r.
plished, the world will be readyto
The association credits his account -
Fortell of a nation re-born!
follow us to the real
'M Ring loudly, silver bells, Utopia with generous savings ,
Across surburban fences; the kingdom of heaven on dividends at the rate of 4Vi%
PL 4-0655
4740 NW 7th Ave.
Ring through a million hearts earth. I pray that this happens a year which is paid and com- J
without a cruel third world war, pounded four times a year. Itdoesn't
And through a billion senses! take long to achieve
so all can enjoy the fruits
J Ring loudly, Justice bells, of balance that le
substantial
And with your ringing, relight this world. a way. c't.o.: e e e '"

"Nothing succeeds like suc-
The 'torch of liberty "' ........'" ...,;? cess, is the popular saving and

It With shines a light on every so bright land, FOR RENTNew dends.Federal the more the you greater save at your Franklin divi- ROY'S LOUNGE & BARAir

Illuminating every face
And like a majestic star 3-bedroom house "Franklin Federal Savingsand .
Pierces the portals of space. NORTH Loan Association Is char- Conditioned Modern
MIAMI BEACH .
tered and regulated by the
Deposit Required Federal Government. Savingsare ; Informal Opened I
insured to $10,000 by the
NOW I is the Time to Sell MICKINS' RENTAL Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Sundays: 9 aim. to 1 p.m.

a perma-
Corporation
Weekends: 1 p.m. to 3 a.m.
That Home.. Use a Times' AGENCY: nent agency of the Federal

Government. Daily: 1 p.m. 1 a.m. "
Classified NE 4-0500 "Make the move that will 1
Ad I
...- --"" give you and your family basic Hostess of The Week 2B>->-
'
that
security in the knowledge

you have immediate funds Located in The Famous
ready in case of emergenciessuch Alberta Jones
as slckne.ss j Job layoffs 46th STREET LIQUOR AND PACKAGE STORE
and accidents. What's more, as
QUALITY CLEAN''' your savings begin to grow 3737 Northwest 46th Street

you will have funds for your Where The Atmosphere :Is Delightfully Different
chlldrens' education, a down
payment on a new home.. and
I trouble-free retirement in the

; CARPET SERVICE "golden years."
1 "Franklin Federal Savingsand
,I Loan Association is locat- Lincoln Fields Apartments
ed at the corner of N. W. 3rd
Cleaning and DyingIn Ave. and 10th Street with con-
venient office hours from 9:30: 2045 N.W. 62nd Street

( your home or at our plant) a.m. to 3:00: p. m. daily with .
additional once a week evening -- -
hours from 5:00: pm to 8:00: pm
l Repairing: Installation every Friday. Opening your Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartment

9 .. Franklin Federal insured sav- Offering Many Features
ings account takes just a few
) NEW AND USED minutes. Let us show you how FREE .CASTile
ttir easy it is to make the move toa .
tfl. II lifetime of security" -- Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Store
.' LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN Newly Painted
Venetian Blinds
r

': We restore color, bring up mesh piling "Civil Rights And ,Washing MacWnee ,Laundry ROOMS

4 Money" on Open Free Parking Auto hot water reater.

Free Garbage DispesalCARETAKERS Filtered
water
nm; Bonded Insured Guaranteedi Mike SundayOpen .

,I (' ). \/i ON PREMISES !
Mike with host Hen- i I Ir
J *: < drik! J. Berns, will i discuss -r r I
Quality Clean
.: Carpet Service "Civil Rlrhts! and Money," next .
Nov O/ "', t:' Sunday. evening from 7 to '
I 9 p.m. Special ,guests will be: Weekly Rates
A f.. d'i ." Phone 666-4351 County Commissioner Alex ''
, Gordon: John B. Orr Jr. and $14.50 1-bedo* $18.50 2-bedroom Apt.Ranting .

. J ......r .', 'r.' James Hotchkiss. As usual the
r ; ; r,7, Off' "
Phone 18M2MIAMI
INDP OX
program will come 11 v e from open every gay :
the Hampton House.
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Journal and Guide Takes IE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
Top SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1964 PAGE 15


Honors in Newspaper Excellence An' Independent Analytical And


SAN FRANCISCO, Calif Comparative Study of The
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1904(; Association Merit Awards announcedIts In ten Dade Eyes Biggest CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE

categories of newspaper editingand
production during Its recent -
annual convention In San COMPANY OF FLORIDAwith
Francisco. Registration Drive Ever
Journal I
The and Guide of
the 25 largest insurance concerns in the United
Norfolk, Virginia and the MIchi-
gan Chronicle of Detroit claimedthe in Moving rapidly and keeping States. These 25 companies have an average of 97

largest number of awards. Ing step of the with"Civil the historic Rights sign-Bill"Dado years of life insurance experience, own 78% of the

Seven member papers sharedin County Negro leaders invested assets of all life insurance in force, a favor-
the 27 citations. No SINCE 1948
third place awards secondor have Indicated that they Intend able comparison. of the financial structure and operational -

given In two cat ories. were to community shoulder and the accept affairs the of the responsibility For Quality Building methods is certainly indicative of good general

The Guide also was awardedthe of seeing that the PL management and financial stability.

Russwurm trophy This Job Is completed. Father Gibson 13604LOT Basic Significant Factors of January 1, 1964'', Derived!
award Is given to the chairman
newspaper of the drive set
winning first 'second or the pace by challenging that 1 Unw From The Annual Statementsa
third place In general excel- we have the body to have the (uv ( ) SOLVENCY( :

lence which accummulates the finest drive ever Indicating ,, Assets! for each $100 of liabilities as of January 1, 1D04
highest number of points In all that we have the workers, the 5 "- --" Average 25 largest life Insurance companion $107.00
ten classifications of skill and the desire -
competition for progress 114.02
of Florida
Central Life Insurance Company -
The Norfolk i
weekly won ((1)) SURPLUS FUNDS: Per $100 of Lite Reserves,:
the Russwurm
trophy also In
1969 and 13G0.Complete New members to Join are Average 2.T'' largest life insurance companies $0.11
I results Challes S. Chllds, Florida, City, OWNERS! Central Life Insurance* Company of Florida 15.00
of the Merit
Sarah Rahming, Homsestead; (c) LIQUIDITY
Awards competition follow: Willie Redding, Richmond W<* plan, guide and adv/. Assets! In Casli, Itondv and Stocks for each $100 Liabili
I General Excellence: 1st, Michigan Heights, A. W. Palemore Dr. L. ties.Avernire' .
Chronicle: 2nd, Journal and T Cryer, Mr and Mrs Paul Ro- four plans or our 25 largest life Insurance companies $38.20
Guide; 3rd, Chicago Defender. berts, Nathaniel Dean: Bernice I Custom Centrnl Life Insurance", Comnanv of Florida 7&38
Built Horn
Original Columns: 1st, Ofield Mask, Rev. A. Whipple, Iola (d) TOTAL INCOMH: FOR MAC1I $100 DISBURSED:
Dukes, Michigan Chronicle; 2nd, Crawford, North Miami Beach, I Attractive Additions Average 25 largest life Insurance companies $102.73
Samuel H. Lacy, AfroAmerican William Wynn, Odell Johns, J, Central Life Insurance Company of Florida 107.41
; 3rd, Gladys M. Johnson, D. Johnson, James W. Matthews, S Quality Alterations (e) PROGRESS:
Michigan Chronicle. Donald Wheeler Jones Increased 1M13 over 1002
Editorials: 1st, Journal and Mae Walker Ola Good bank financing Average 25Largest
Guide, written by Thomas W. Shirley Bryant, Life
Atty. Harold '
Braynon, i Mattlo QaaQa (
Young 2nd CompaniesCentral
; Michigan Chronicle D. Simpson, Archie
Tlnklcy,
written by Ofleld Dukes; 3rd, Willie Lamar, W. M. Matthews Life
lp (!)t(2 Q9
the Forward Times, of Houston,I Ulysses Morrison, Sumner Assets Increased 8.02% 3.20%
Texas, written by Julius Car- Hutcheson, Frank Reed, and Cii'osH! Surplus Increased 20.00% 5.11%
ter.News Cecil Rolle. ass N.E. 79th Str..t Life llcsorwn! Increased 4.9% 4.10%
Picture: 1st, Matthew Licenced Injured ConclusionThe
Lewis, Afro-American. No second New Area Chairmen: Willie
or third place awards giv- Redding, Richmond!) Heights: comparative nnnlysltt of the Control Insurance/ Company -
Rev. W Whipple Florida City: of Florida In comparison ''with the aggregate averagesof
en.Typography and Make-Up: Odell Johns, Goulds. DANCE BAND. the 2.1' largest American Companies In our opinion is very
1st, Journal and Guide; 2nd, All favorable. Ilnscd on the results achieved in the year ending
Louisiana Weekly, New Orleans; persons who have worked Available for engagements December 31, 1003 and of Its present/ financial position, we
:3rd: Chicago Defender. in previous crusades for votes W. C. HAKKR'S COMBO believe it to be a reliable) institution that has and warrants .
drives are asked to Ft"nturlnJ'ot'nUst Llttlo Clara
Feature Articles: 1st James please get public confidence.
in touch with the Jay
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Call 691-2557
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News Stories: 1st, Obie Me- Your vote Is a continuing
'Collum, Journal and Guide; 2nd, for your rights. Be program a THE MOST UNUSUAL CHILDREN'S BOOK PUBLISHED IN A DECADil' ANSWERS THE QUfS*
Bud Johnson, Fonvard Times; first class citizen. Register to- TION EVERY CHILD ASKS: "WHY, DO PEOPLE HAVE DIFFERENT COLOR SKIN"
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Editorial Cartoons: 1st, Elea- 3-2230. Mama
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1 THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Gets Merit AwardMary -

PAGE 16 SATURDAY, JULY 25,1964Spearing Frances Alexander, 17, If you have $300 for a down
I II daughter of Mrs. Mary George
....... .... .. .. .
,. ..., .- ------------------ Alexander, 2343 N. W. 71 St.,
has received a merit award In payment, we calm place you.
I a continuing program of the
Dairy Counoll of South Flori-
da to honor achievements 0 f in a 2 or 3 bedroom home

school age children 1 n Dade

; County. this weekend with NO

Mary Frances, when she was

With Sports M r 12, was a patient for a year In qualifying; Call or come ,in
i i Southeast Florida Tuberculosis ..
Hospital. After her release, she .. r i .
Bf HARRY SPEAR ;,W.,:. went back to spend many hours and see w. a. ,: :-
I as a volunteer service worker. 7 "
I a She received a certificate 0 f CoO '
award at the annual meeting of -
Chris Dundee's All, without any comment as toWhy. fy. I,2, ;n the Tuberculosis Association. ''It 1v. -
Sonny rarely mentions it .TrlO ReutYA'l .
boxing In his 1 commentaries ',;., $: '., wp ..
Star Show July 29 perhaps, ", because he knows : ". bW'\iI'\;

On the Chris Dundee's fight little",about ,the game.,, So why For Best Results i. ...7t801NV4tlt r : / .
card the main event should bea knock it? St. 753-8372
war between two hard punching Not to take any credit away ... ,
middleweights: GOMEO from Per cto Garcia, it may Tlws youngest barber In license Miami Try a Classified Ad '..1 ;,:r'
receive masters -
to Jiis
BRENNAN who In his last .00 Interest;you: to: know that < L L tl'ttlCT
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fights has a record of 30' wins Bobby Marie wasm} with a severe I as a barber. '4 J'" .,. :, .. ... ..

28' knockouts, eight Josses and cold. .a few days prior to i Mop, City BarberShop ....,'. """ ; :- .'.. -
four draws his bout, with Perfect( last 11 ,', .1'* '
Thursday: night. He' only went BEST BUYS IN ': .
He defeated MICKY LEE through: With ,the. : match because TOWNr
over In England for the Brit- he needed the "gelt." In- JIT, THE BARBER +
ish Empire middleweight I cidentaly, It' was Bobby's first Specializing in haircuts.proc.euing 'Iff" ."
championship. His opponent, defeat;, Ji13' matches this
[ year.
LOU GUTIERREZ from Managua 4 ii i and. marcels Large CBS 3-bedroom bath, front and rear porch,
i
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Nlcarauga weighs 160, 7'' Orange n Liner .1' Florida room, dining room., garage.' $14,000 total,
yeans a pro," had 65 fights, 18 714 'NW/ d''lAve4 $450 down.
wins, 39 knockout, five losses Continues Bouts 3.9404Glamour''S

and three draws.In ..f" ,J, .. FR' .. .. ----o----
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his four' fights at Miami July, 25 ''CBS large 3-bedroom front porch dining room
; ,
Beach' he KO'd all his oppon- p : jall!
ents. He also KO'd A. MACIAS The main' ,event for Saturday garage, carport. Only $10,000 total. $300 down.
of Mexico In one round. He can rounds: ,. OTHA BROWN All clay Sunday -, your portrait
punch with both hands that's who, has .won :35 flights, one In beautiful national( color, -0.-
why I repeat, by Just reading loss. In 36' starts versus LINO 1.50 with frame.GJJA1UOUR .
of their KO record, It will bea ARMANTERIZ who In his last STUDIOS No qualifying, beautiful 2-bedroom, completely
five starts here has won them 0215 NW 7th Avenue
war. air
Porch cond.
furnished.
"PhotOKrapIw That Live" dining room, $8,300.
." ;' r.. 1 -% all.This should be a good hard total, $600 down, $70 month. '
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The six-round semifinalsees
1'J" i ',1i,. fml JOE JONES and DUKE You cnn do Just thrit at the
fi J .;;. '"1"' 5 new, CBS duplex beauty, 2-bedroom each
years
JJV,. t }: JOHNSON going at each other. SATELLITE ,,LOUNGE. 0 ti r ,
,; :.: '. l l f-J.'tf '* ; The, boat has a new starting cosmic atmosphere makes HA sid\e\ One side completely furnished, Florida room, .
1""ih.4 .' ,"f, zJ)k4t': point. It will leave Miami unique. Every nlte the Satellite large (patio, near school and buses*) $16,000 total:

v i Beach Chamber of Commerce sots the mood for pleasant $600 downDuplex .
;"..,' >>dti, ;; }'ijt Docks at 5th St. and Alton Rd. cocktail lounging.SATELLITE x

,-',\>t t, 'j.,::1:,--.' ,'j. The price will be $3.00 which I LOUNGE .i 0
"If ,,S"':;'; 'I Includes tax and wharfageAll i
.,_ '.". and extra lot 2-bedroom and 1-bedroom
f'",, "" aboard at 8:30: p.m. ready Jackson's Toddle Inn ,
'i"kr1" ;,; }( to sail at 8:45: p.m. Besides the partly* furnished, appliance; ;. Very. neat. Only $9,000,

<,'.} fights there will be dancing, Announces Registration $85 month, no qualifying.
music ,
games and what haveyou.
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Come one, come all, let's :Daily beginning Aug. 15 _$5_
all have a ball.
Rothselden _. _. Latest VA listings. Like 2 ..3 4 bedrooms 1-2
r4 George is the pro- -""'" ---- new -. ,
moter and Dave Youman. referee WANTEDNice bath, near schools and shopping. $100 down, low
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iti monthly payments. You don't have to be a veteran.
furnished in
LITTLE RIVER RESULTS rooms
private homes for delegates .
GOMEO Santos Flores scored a tech- -
BRENNAN nical knockout Winston and visitors
over duringElk '
TOMMY FIELDS, 26 yearsof Green in the fifth round of a Convention August 21- MANY OTHER, GOOD BUYS

age, Just arrived from New bloody lightweight fight
28. Call. Charles C. North
J York after campaigning with Thursday night at Little River. SHELL REALTY
WILLIE PASTRANO for a Flores and Green were both chairman, M. Kelly, Sec'y
number of his fights, expectsto well battered and about even Elk Convention Housing
see action here In the near on the cards when the end Committee 4260 NW 7th Ave. 758-5551
future. He .is a Negro middle- came, at 1:55: of the fifth.In .
weight and a good one, too. another lightweight bout FR 9-8451
Jerry Powers scored a six-
Heard: from AL OWENS, .a round decision over Eddie : FR 1.3895
boy that was a sensation here Ludlow. Middleweight Bcnn '
before: going' into the servJ e. Rushing TKO'd Willie Taylorin -
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LigHt' heavyweight U; S.'Army: the fourth round; Eddie DR. FORGE F. ETIRLINEGonernl EDISON SPECIALS
boxing poach. -team,' ,at' 'Ft.. Linder decisloned Mario Men- '" Clinical Practice : I
Campbell, ,Ky., dez -In a four-round feather-
weight fight, and McArthurBell ';PR.. ,H. W. TTAAO
Olympic champ; 3-AAU TKO'd Dave Gantt !in the ,tifunplse 564 NW 45th Street'
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champs; Flyweight going to second round of a scheduled I Con 4'
Tokyo this year; The teams four-round heavyweight go. Feb ltatfo.; $75 month FHA. $300 down for this very nice CBS
the all-service'champs 1s': train A new ap roh cn A't trenenlend home with tile roof Fla. room carport city sew0
,
i Ing continually. He will be ,I ''jnedicationi' : e$ r n *p>clallzcA #
ready when he:gets dischargednext LEE DUCOFF who organized : bloofl antf' ers.
r laboratorytests.
summer He made a great boxing throughout the stateof v. ., .,.'
hit here when the, KO'd ,BILLY Texas was at the fights re- #{ .,(\ 354 NW 43rd Street '

STEPHANS in three rounds. in cently. He also organized the PL 7-7234 by appointment $68.36 month, FHA, $300 down. CBS home with

all 1962.his Al friends.sends nis, .regards .,to poem boxing for enterprise your writer'wrote and this he .......-......... ...-----.-.-........ 2 baths. Tile roof. ,Excellent buy

> passes It on to you.

BURNIE GASTON has two THE TEN, COMMANDMENTSIN $400 DOWN, 549 NW 47th Terrace .., .

good looking lightweights under CBS 4-bedrooms, $25O down/ FHA. 76.88 .. t1a.C..e'plu. .
him. 3-tadrooin ? bath CUB :
Naming RAY MALONE RHYME $12,000 ** V
*. carport fine foVlarge family: .
had three fights, won : .
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two, lost one and JAMES LEE., Thou' no Gods shalt have! butme FHA,,.S8.OS month pins taxes --- "**:, ;
had one win, one draw. ; and insurance. No brokers.
Before no Idol bow the knee Drive by the following, & F. '-;,
Take not the name of God in '' '. ...
Now, that the local area is vain. 533. NW 44th Streetheavyweight' '
e down'x.to :only ,one flight club Nor dare"the Sabbath'Day pro :n 6820 NW 6t1J'C' ,. '' Nrti
going' on a weekly basis, the fane; r : t
scramble' for talent on the Give'to thy parents honor due: (no qual lf :
part of the promoters and Take heed that thou I chamofon has CBS
no murderdo -. 4-bedroom 2 baths, carport pins large separate
matchmakers Is crone Into the nubile relations
non-existent ,, ,
It now stands to reason that Abs a1n'.;from.words and deeds business' hut he'll cpntlnue his building for workshop or tuetlarbedmont.:: Low.

the quality of the weekly of unc edn. > !, boxing career.". _, down payment, balance likes et M' 7ttiht. ,,fa.:
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fering :here at Little River Steal not, lot;thou\i)( God are He fit!i now :wtt.h the firm! of [ "
Arena will step up considerably Venn-Cole In Miami and will 561 NW 41st Stst '*
af least during the summer Tells not''a' .'willful lie 'head' ;,, up the youth Dhysl'alfltness e'" : -
a 4 months. Handlers of the beak (. ,...,. nor, llysit '. \, program they have $300 down FHA. CBS tile roof, carport;..city,sewers,

busters. in this\ area' _will now WhatTllSithy.nelghborVdo! 'not 'srolnc, for the, Dairy Council of $11,500 total. '*F,,, v ,
be.,forced to make a move with covet.'if .. South Florida.,
their fighters or they will find ." .. ..'' As part of his Job he will Do you own property and \are being displaced by
themselves without. work A ;; visit reereatfon'"centers. roadway? If have big selectionof
speak so, see us, as *%;a *
t; which Is a far,more.healthy sit I do not approve of the Ring to youth srrqups,cjylc( and service home's and duplexes for
uation than when there was a Magazine' 'for leaving! Floren "clubs:>and\jlKf! *vaIlable yAU.
11 boxing1 card practically every tino 'fernandez's'' name out of for 'truest appearances,?This Is
'night in the ,week. the tire ;;;--terr: leading middle-: his' first venture-Into' ; public: EDISON REALTORS
weights because of his defeat relations. He plants'' title defense _
We heard ,channel 7 by Jose">tancaleB. The NBA In '''iSemerhoecagainst'
commentator. Sonny! Hirsch rates Florentine No. 7. This Is either Terry/TrowneVln" Lon- 175 ,62nd St.
t I- take a rap:;atxtheFloyd Patt..t why 'write:this ,remark don or Wayne Thornton In 7 l2441a.

son,, vs.: Eqdle* M chen? b, .* While Pastrano, -world's light New Orleans. .... ;: ::; .:
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