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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: August 8, 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).
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Year. No. 49 rl- MIAMi.'LORJDA. SATURDAY AUGUST 8, 1964" 16 PAGES 10 CENTS I:,
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15; St.eg '''fl. ine Restaurants ,, ,'

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dered I'I'of /:'

and M f ls' Integrated


\ "Hoss", Manucy groes attempting to get service'in
-r I places of public accommodation J

d Ordered To DesistIn ,

Dr. Martin Luther King said
+n t ...-.w 'ij J an action to clear away a of the Injunction:
i' segregationist blockade and pui
the Civil Rights Act to work "No\v the citizens of St. Au-
'' dJ Saturday, In St. Augustine, gustine have an opportunity to
U.S. District Judge Bryan live together In l peace and harmony -
Simpson, on Wednesday, order I ."
cd operators of 15 restaurant
and motels to serve Negroes i Harmony could exist only ina 'i
: the 'dame' basis: as whites.! .- climate, of justice, he said, $t\. ,
** "- *? w and appealed tactile: :people 'of "
The Judge alsoordered': '.St, Augustine to strive for jus- eilt3Appointed,.
segregationist loader Hoisted tice. Burial
"Hoss Mnuncy and his followers ,
to abstain from Interference. All of the city's restaurants :
Manucy consented I to the Injunction arc expected to follow the lead Director
said Judge Simpson. ', of those now under Injunction Los'or C. Albert, of the House
I to serve Negroes. The order is of Albert Funeral Home has
fl qr4P The Injunction applies to any. to take effect August 8, Instead been appointed by the Afro-
8tr.
it ; one who Interferes with Ne-I of August 28. American Life Insurance Company -
: to direct and service funeral -
arrangements for the burial
league }policies, purchased;; from
Hampton Institute Gets the following burial services: I
Phnrr Service Company, Miami
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Burial Association McMllllan
Singing star Roy Hamilton Nurse Mrs Wnnda Corlew, tne and Peck Funeral Home, GeorgeA.
was Kept busy "commuting" ( Hamilton's, and their friend, $3 Million James Grant Davis Funeral Home, and
from the Eden Roc Hotel wherehe Mrs Lena Smith, 1170 NW 50th Newbold Funeral home Lti

was appearing to visit his Street. Dr. Jerome H, Holland, president !
wife at Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital In Miami. Seen at the hos The recording star autograph. of Hampton Institute today
pital send-off party for Roy, ed a number of albums when- called a $3,000,000 grant of the Ministers Win Freedom 11!
who left for Ohio to fulfill a ever he: visited the hospital. James Foundation of New
L to R: Roy opens a six-day engage-
engagement are.
new York to Hampton "a bench-
Mrs. Jacqueline Dale, Cedars' ment at the Knight Beat Au- BULLET! pale blue denim shirts and
Patient Relations Counselor; gust 25. mark In American philanthropy dark blue work pants, gathered -
unquestionably one of the In light of the bad publicity around the table In the city
most generous gifts ever mado the state was getting from the police station and answered )
to a Negro college, and the Jailing of the nine ministers, questions of newsmen and cam

2 TEENAGERS SHOT; largest ever received by Hampton Municipal without advance Judge John notice Rudd miti-, eramen.

I Institute. gated the sentence and released The clerics were Jailed this

POLICE FEAR GANG WARNelson "The Impact of :this grant: the ministers on Thursday. week appeals after ran their out.three They years chose of

on hampton' Institute's $18,000- CO-day terms over $500 fines to
000 devclcpoment program Is Their Jailers focus attention on the civil
were treating
attack at NW
18, suspected gang
Eddie McGriff, I rights struggle.
3rd'Ave., of Immeasurable significance It them fairly, nine Negro and I
"satisfactory"condition 11th St., and
listed In
was as white ministers told
vital a news
underscores the college's l
Howard Dixon of Miami I
Monday, after surgeryat ,
occurred conference Tuesday In Tallahassee
Jackson Memorial Hospital. Another shooting needs for expansion In program American Civil Liberties Union I
when Walter where they are servingCOday
Monday night, for the
physlclcal plant and endow- attorney clergymen,
be leader of 20, was ambushed Jail terms while awaiting -
McGriff, said to Campbell said that CORE which ponsored ,-
the 17th Street Bulls, a teen- and blasted four times., His ment."Hampton. w another appeal from a 1001 the original freedom ride
age gang, was shot five timesIn condition was reported, as 'ser- must conlntuc to sit-In conviction.The that resulted, in' their arrest. ,
the back Sunday night, In a lous." ;, ;""'1Ii.., receive grants of this size If It clergymen, garbed In was ready to pay the fines.uIuii".

Campbell was shot5' jw i h>)' tt.- Is to provUfo( the demonstrably
1 er boy hiding between two superior academic? environment>' '
Naples Gun Battle stores on NW 10th St.q between required to attract outstanding
NW 6th Ave, and 6th Ct.'po, Ktudciits and faculty of allraces' ) "
Wounds Miami Man lice said. He walked to'NW'CtlfPI. from ''till) over the world.
and 17th St., tvher a little Scholastic excellence I Is not
Detective Jerrry WlneUren- boy? called police for him. only the surest path to Integration -
Wednesday in higher education
reported
was
ner
In satisfactory condition with a Gang war between the teenagers but the underlying purpose of
shoulder wound In a Naples have been threateningfor the Hampton Centennial l Fund
Edward Swan- sometime; and was broughtto campaign" ,
and
hospital,
son, 34, ex-convict, of 2201 NW a head with the shooting ot hundred
hos- McGriff outside the Pink Poodle, One million five
63rd St., was In the same
woundsin sundry store hangout of teen thousand of the $3,000,000 grantIs
a
serious with
not
pital hoodlums. for "general corporate purpose -
his back. ," The other $1,500,000 J Is
to the more
f.; Police assigned to be used for "building reno- "SaRq ,
Along with Swanson were critical arears have been armed IY7
Harvey Lee Johnson* 28 of with shotguns.In vations. f
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2362 NW 60th St.. and Archie 1p 9 k
Lee Smith; 2737 NW SOttf ,St',. TO NATIONAL r',' i
both of Miami. ARRINGTON NAMED_ r lv. M
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After Wihcbrenner arid Police !'COMMUNITY RELATIONS. COM'ITTEE: > fr ,ff S : "j{
Sgt. Jack Bliss saw Swan- :,
from a from the Department venting or resolving racial disputes
son and Smith running a telegram ,
suppermarket on the Tamlaml of Commerce, Washington and tensions!' through
i, Trail before mid-night Tues- ,: D. C., dated August 3, reason, persuasion committee and coun-I Is ."i,
day, the shooting started, police Attorney Henry Arrington of clllatlon. The 'l
nationwide and Is' composed of k1 .
said. Miami was appointed by President !' ul r ; 1 nMY1 Mn FY
all
Johnson to serve on the distinguished citizens from ai'hY' ,
-VAis WInebrenner chafed Swan- National Citizens' Committeefor walks of life. LOUISVILLE, Ky. The the Greater Miami Urban $"
son, the ex-convict wheeled Community Relations. The initial committee meet- 800 delegates National Confer- League; Mrs. Louis' Glasser
.t-arftund'and' fired, hitting Wlne Ing is called for Monday, Aug. ence of the Urban League now vice-president, Greater Miami'
brenner In the right shoulder.The Arthur Dean serves as chair- 17, 10 a.m. in the East Roomof in convention August 2-0 at, Urban League; Whitney M.
officer pulled his pistol man and John Wheeler as vice the White House. All day Louisville has selected Miami Young, Jr., executive director.
with his left and shot Swansonin chairman of the Important session will include address by Ueach as the site for its 1065 National Urban League, andDr
the back.Collapsed group of outstanding Ameri- President Johnson, briefings by conference. Among 13 Miamians Ira P. Davis, chairman of
rockplle, Swanson cabinet members and other high attending the five-day meetingare I the 1065 convention committeeand
on a cans.The and round- left Lt. Col. Claude member of the Miami
to ,
found later by Sheriff's objective of the serviceIs officials luncheon right a
detectives.was tv> assist committees in pre- tal/le discussions{ C. Clark, USA (Ret.), president I group. .{

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. -- I I Safety Council Sets SOCIAL SECURITY>

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1964Engaged A yARAAA


., 2-Week Campaign fAAAfr.
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r Kansas '
L. r" 1/ ;: e.AI
economic : ]
the tremendous
Citizens nize
HereMrs. The Dade County
Entertained arOlllTum WITH "JI'J' UR '
t* I Safety Council, alarmed at the impact of this problem: which aOVkM"'fMany
Dorothy O'Dell Terrell totally unacceptable accident costs Dade County in excess of
special education teacher in the ,' experience so far during 14 $30,000,000.00 each year. people are confused '
Wicula, Kansas public school I I' ''here in Dade County has sche- For these reasons, the Safe- about social security disability
svtem. was 'the house guest of duled August 9, as the kick-off ty Council urges that each citi- payments, according Edward t
Mrs. Lois 11111 for the past ten date for a two week highly intensified zen recognize his personal responsibility P. Blonston. district manager for
j davs I public information for participation in social security in Miami (North'.
I jI During her stay here, Mrs. campaign appealing to citizens this single community-wide effort -
Terrell was the recipient of I to stop the carnage on our Ryder concluded. Many people think disability
/ .' ,k 4 rf.9N many courtesies. She especially I roads Council President, James I payments are made in case of .
enjoyed her reunion with her A. Ryder has announced.As partial or temporary disability
f.I cousin, Mrs. Elmer Ward whom I far as we know, said Final>r> Urban Renewal Mr. Blonston pointed out that
she had not seen for man y Ryder, this will be an almost ;: the disability must be so
years. unprecedented joining of forces' Meeting' at Ebenezer severe that it makes a person
of newspaper, television, and I unable to work. Too the disability -
I Dr. and Mrs. Ward enter- radio media in one massive and I I The final meeting to inform must be expected to last \
tained Mrs. Terrell with a cooperatilve undertaking aimed resident In the path of the for a long and indefinite time ;
breakfast in her honor. at reducing the terrible toll of I I expressway; of relocation services or to result in death. In addi-

4'f' Mr. and Mrs. Tim Lindsey traffic accidents occuring on was held at Ebenezer tion, the disabled worker must t
i honored Mrs. Terrell at a din- our streets. It is i our sincere Methodist Church, 1CM2 N. W. have five years social security
1 r ner party on Sunday hope, he said, that this campaign 3rd Ave. Monday AiHg. 3rd at work credit in the 10 years be-
r.; ar will result in an aroused 800: n. m. Thp Renewal Agencyhas fore he is disabled.:
Miss Dlanche Calloway was community dedicated to the pre- been romluctlng meeting at I
hostess for the play "Othello"at vention of traffic accidents. I various churches in the vicinity Social security disblllty checks 4
the University of Miami. through of the Urban Renewal and ex- don't start with the first monthof I
taken Accident reports and other fact Mr. Blonston I
also disability
Mrs. Terrell] was reveal that there 'have presswav areas explained -
on numerous sightseeing trips June traffic pertinent to the urban renewal that there Is a six month j1.
been total of 19,011 ,
Patrica Elaine Moore and and shopping tour of the LIn- accidents a in 1964 compared to program waiting period and dlsabili'v t
Alfred Samuel: Smith are engaged I coln Mall in Miami Beach. payments start with the month
Announcement of the 17.197 at the same time last Effort will be made to help following the six-month period,
.engagement has been made by Last Saturday Mrs. Lois Hill : year: that there have been I each family In the path of the There is no payments for the ;
her parents, Dr and Mrs. Richard entertained for Mrs. Terrell at I II 9813 persons iniured compared expressway; to secure decent waiting period. .
Vernon Moore, of 709 2nd Hampton house The occa- to 8,637 at the same time I s a f e and sanlfary( housing
Ave., Davtona Beach, Florida. sion was a Gridge-Splash-Lun- last year. within the< means of Its abllltv Like social security: retire )
Mr Smith Is the son of Mrs. cheon. The following ladies enjoyed 1 I i "We believe accidents, Injuries -I to pav. James W. Whltehead. ment checks, disability checks 11
TJlrda Burl of New York City, the delightful afternoon J : and deaths can be re- Relocation Offficer' indicated I are based on the worker's earnings "
New York Miss Moore is a with luncheon at 1 p.m. In the i duced when our citizens are that Relocation Assistants' are in past work. Generallv :1
graduate of Boylan Haven- Hampton Lounge followed by I conscious of the hazards inherent I in the nrocess of serving seventy the disability payment equals ..
Mather Academy of Camden bridge\ in the air-conditioned : in the heavy congestion I families taken into the work- what the worker would receive ,(
South Carolina Bethunc-Cook- poolside motel unit and splashin which we see dally throughoutDade load over the past two weeks. if he were retirement age. Mr. \
man College with the A. B. degree the pool: I' County. We believe further Some of the points emphasized Blonston said the social security ;.1,
; In Political Science and Is that an Intensified enforce- I In previous meetings are as office gets many questions "
,a Woodrow Wilson Fellow at Mesdames James Whitehead, ment program which Is being follows: about the type of evIdence or
Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts Elmer Ward, Ann Lindsey, undertaken by the several police disability required. He explained
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: where she will com- Madge Portier, Clyde Klllens, agencies together with the I 1. Renewal Agency Relocat. that it is the worker's responsibility
plete her work for the Master Ann Mitchell of Chicago William appropriate court support by ion Workers have listings 0 fI to furnish proof of-
af Arts decree In Political Gibson! Blanche Calloway, the public officials who are I rental and sales housing and his disability. When he claims
Science on August 7, IDG. Mr. D. A. Julius, A. Hubert Dorothy joining In this effort merits will assist each family: in se- r
disability he is givena
Smith graduated from Bethune- Terrell and Lois Hill.. the confidence and support so I curincr another place to live. payments
medical form to We
Cookman College with a B. S. necessary to providing a safer 2. Families who are eligiblefor report
degree in Biology and from Mrs. Terrel left for Kansason environment for the vast majority nubile housing have first completed by his doctor or bya
Howard University 1 In Wash- Sunday with many praisesfor of our citizens who want priority for existing vacancies. hospital where he has been
ington, D.C. with the Master of I the Deep South and the and deserve the right to use treated.
Arts degree In Biology. He Is I hospitality shown to her in Miami reasonably safe motor vehicle 3. Families who wish to buya The Social Security Administration -
home 221
mav secure a Cer-
Assistant Professor of Biologya transportation." r
tificate of Eligibility from' the then reviews the medi- I
t Glbhs Junior College, St. .
Besides the emotional
Petersburg, Florida. 1 ,... "._ ........... ...'..""."::: surrounding: needless sufferingand Impact entitles State Road thorn Department to loan which cal evidence. They also take the
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The wedding will take placeat rt trd"tr :::li loss of life resulting from I by FIIA and a down payment disabled worker's education,
G.OO: p.m., August 15, 1961i I- ':' '" our accident experience, Ryder of $200.00 provided they work experience, and skills Into
n the Gertrude Hotchkiss I called]] on local drivers to recog- I otherwist qualify. account.

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College. Friends and relatives

may attend. I DIDN'T KNOWI

Reception following ceremony
at the home of the
bride's parents 709 Second Ave., L'51545j

Daytona Beach, Florida. I


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p- I SAN ANTONIO, Tex. AIrI I
t a, man John W. Brlnson Jr., son I
of :Mrs! Mattie L. Brinson of 1 We hear
this
28100 SW1 152nd Ave., Homestead I comment so often that we are

A Florida; has completedthe M listing here a number of the things you can
first phase of his Air Force
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basic military training at Lack- t$ buy with a loan from Lincoln National. Browse

land AFB, Tex. here for the things you need money for:

a Airman Brlnson 'has been selected -
for technical training as
an aircraft maintenance specialist Cars, new and used Paint your home
at the Air Training Command -
S. l (ATC) school at Chanute Furniture and rugs Fix the roof
AFB, 111. His new unit Is partof
: : the vast ATC system which Refrigerator or stove Add a room or porch
trains airmen and officers In
I the diverse skills required by Washing machine Modernize the kitchen
tho nation's aerospace force.
Th e airman la n- graduate nfMays TV set Pay off old bills
:! J n r"aOnd Senior High
School, Goulds, Florida. Boat Expand your businessIf
Awarded
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Eddie Mae Manson of 5900 DAV Installs New you don't see what you need in this list, come in

N. W. 7th Pl., Miami, has been OfficersSgt. and talk to us about it. It's an important part dour

named recipient of a 1001-63;:) business to lend money-and we WANT to d.
Royal Castle university scholar. Daniel W, Mullins, DAV business
ship award, according to Law- Chapter No. 39 had its annual with YOU.
) rence E. Singer, president of installation of officers on Sun
Royal Castle System, Inc. in the Roosevelt Savingsand
day, Room. AND REMEMBER-a bank loan, with its low Interest
Loan Community
A graduate of Midville High rate, is almost always the cheapest to borrow
School In Atlanta, Ga., Miss Installing officer was the 1st way
Manson plans to attend Dade District Commander of the moneylLINCOLN I

County Junior College where DAV James H. Hall. W. C.
she will major In secretarial ry Is the new Mur-I
science. DAV Chapter for 1064-65.

The Royal Castle scholarship Bernadina McLendon Is the new
program was founded 15 years Commander of the DAV Chap- I A NATIONAL BANK
ago and approximately 100 ter Auxiliary No 39.
awards have been made to date. the distinguished S
Among OF MIAMI
Preference in selecting recipients -
L.
Judge Henry
were
Is given to children and iguests Balaban, Dr. E. A. Ward. Ben- First fully integrated bank in the entire Southeastt -

Royal Castle employees. ny L. O'Berry, and Hialeah ; right here in the Edison Financial Center
Councilman Tony Benedetto.He
Is also DAY State Past Com 6013 N.W.Zth Avenue Phone 759-4431
NOW! is the Time to Sell mander. Judge Balabom was

guest and delivered a a.Qtq fcewrti WO om2 pm Mo .,Tw.tvWed. doted Thva.ln. order to
That Home.. Use a Times'Classified inspiring address.To .
very be open rrL9i30 am.2 pm and 5 pm. 8 pmt cue Sot 9 am.nooe.
all DAVets, It's time for
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tion In ol the southern The tabulation -- -
'fr 229,6w Eligible in some state-by-state
states are greater than the mar- I as of April 1 from 28,500in THE
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. i
Floric Not gin by which 01 e or the otherof Mississippi, whore harassment ::- ,
if the presidential candidates has been heavy, to 375,
SATURDAY AUGUST 8 1964
.A.CE 3
Regis fred carried those sutra. In I960. ,,000 In Texas. ___ __ ____ _. _u___. __ .___________ A.A__ ,
For example, the Republl- i April 1, total l of 1,937.082 period the "WA'S1t
I that entire ,
Negro voter registration In candidate won In Florida by Negro voters is 38.G per cent of chiefly responsible for the two I Increase 0
I net of ter
the elevMjj southern states to- 4G.7GG votes In 1900. Negro registration eligible Negro voters In the year Increase In total Negrtd the Negro Y (: In
talled 1,0 i>,'*)))32 at of April 1, according Increases attributableto !1 eleven state This means that a registration. They would have i 350,000.South of not mtfffc, than
kA the latest state-by- VEP alone In that state are majority of them an estimated carried the total figure even
state taKAjJatlon by the Voter 58,441. The Democratic candi- 3,078,118 were still not higher had It not boon for vot- While VEP has been k t't>ctatl'd -
Education (project of the Southern date carried South Carolina In registered ers moving from the region, with most of the \,tf lstrn-
Regiyv Mouncfl.J ; I960 by 9,571 votes. The VEP and for purges In some states tlon activity In the 1\ \ two
Wiley !\,\ Dranton: director of Increase In that state has been WII1TK IS 13,600,000 and,! localities.As :years It has not Ifccn f bOnsl-
the proJA,t, today released the 32,140. White registration in the cloven It Is, the total figure Is a ble for all of It. Thffa have
figures registration and results The VEP Is a non-partisan states, meanwhile, was conservative estimate Where- been sonic organized drive
of iil'e< VEP program. program engaged In research on estimated at 13,600,000 as of ever official figures were not without VKP sponsor lond
The A\M\ 1, total exceeded causes of low voter registration April 1, making the Negro- available: the most cautious there has been, of cott.Rr, nor-
VEP expjVtotlons. Since then In the eleven southern states, white ratio of voters almostone estimates were used. Mr. Rran- mal day-to-day I'cglst( 'JtJn.VEP .
the total the elestntes has clearly : It, and development of the South's voting age population \- and Texas, particularly, are is In Its final 'fCbH, and
passed tJ\A\ 2,000,000 mark, Mr. educational programs along Is Negro. probably below actual registra will terminate Its sp<",!rshlp
Branton SfjA. these Ilnes.VOTER The 1,937,982 total Negro registration of voter registration crams
And hA ':did further "good- DIUVKS compares with an tion.Much of the VEP Increase In Oct. It Is hoped, T\ vever.
sized inciy\ es" can be expected Under Its sponsorship voter estimated 1,350,000 Negro vot- was achieved during the second that they will continue yft their
betwyM now and the registration activities have been ers when VEP began In the year of the program's: losourcos.
NovembeK ;& presidential election carried on In the eleven states spring of 1962, an Increase of existence 420,321 of the total ,
He w>tHJ&: My Independent local more than half a million. 551,328. Stat<-by-state tabuJ,I0n at
v t "If the presidential election tions and five major The report shows that VEP- tached.)
10 Is a close we within the south- organizations the organlZa-j sponsored programs since then HALF MILLION IN 2 YEARS Florida's) total Negro fe' \ U'a-
ern statcV the increased Negro CORE, National resulted In the registration of Historical perspective of the Hon Is nut as 2t0t(}kA with
(i: vote .vMild have great significance. gue, Southern Christian Lead 551,328 people as of April 1, of of marc than another 22D.845 elglble i t0 vote
'; .'' ership Conference, and the Student whom all but 50,000 ((1n Texas) I half a million Is seen In a comparison but still not registered Only
M He poiflVV(, out that Increases Non-violent Coordinating, were Negro. with the decade between j 51.1% of the eligible I fytfi registered -
," since 100(5(( to Negro registra- Committee. Thus, these programs are 1i I 1952 and 1902. During .

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i FreeholdersTo

WANTED! Men, Women, all age I

', Register LIFETIME SECURITY AND PROTECTION I
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::' Free placement, full or part time, stet\tfy ;

August 10 I

Freeholders In Dade County Jobs Open :

and Miami will begin registering -
f ; as voters Aug. 10.
Registration books will open
in a joint county-city program For all types of retail stores
so each property-owning voter
Ii k3 ri needs to register only once for Grocery Checkers, Cashiers, Stockm ft,

i 29 bond by elections Miami and scheduled Nov. 3 by Sept.the Packers, Sales Clerks, SupervisorsGUARANTEED ,

( county. .I\fV'v-
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I IL Registration!! closes Sept II
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1 for the city election, however,
$,F(' : and October 3, for the county On the Job Government Approved Training

election, Brown said. Qualifies you in ten days ready for work in MiAftti
1i 1// Special registration, to vote Hialeah
; on the* city general Improve- Perrine, Coconut Grove, Hallandal
Goulds, Homestead, Hollywood, Opa-lockA,
; ments bond issue and the coun-
:::4'tMayor
ty hosptlal bond issue, does not
affect permanent voter registration DAY & NIGHT CLASSES-EZ TIME PAYMENTS:
)ty\',< rt King High CuroIl AMJIH In ;Miami attending
for the regular ballot
(left) of Ml II..U./. engager in con thorn''I'IIUl: funcJlmlSHCooo Apply immediately in person or phtxrjtf

I vl'MtfOI1h,ft fleorgo I). Car- iation somo ContentionIKK, majors that' from attracted The LB-300 And PLaza 7.8448

roll, the n Viy elected<< mayor all parts' of the nntlCln-land
of IllclinfJ$ \I'J, Calif. Mayor Metio NCUH Bureau Photo What It's All AboutThe Market

___ A__ Training fast
V'I; L -.100 I Is simply a fast, I ,
easy phrase being used to put
Beauticians To Push Into n couple of words! the fact GOVERNMENT AND INDUSTRY APPROVED

I that the 300 Loyal Christmas Huddles will Baskets distribute Members of U. S. and Miami Chamber of Comm, *::" 1


Voter Registration: this to the year.poor of the community NW 7th Ave. at 78th st

....., know As you tho Loyal mayor Buddies may have not ,

Dr. Katie AjWhlckam... Pre-i new' Civil Rights Law. always taken pride In their -- --
sklent of the National Beauty She also stated that the beauticians club and the work they do in
CulturLsts' Wtfue, Inc., now would advise again providing the means where it Don't fir' fooled In Miami you I.A.V
in their 45tn Annual Session at I promiscuous demonstrations but wasn't provided for those who WARNING only> ONE J Cashiering Hrhool A&
the SheratNVAtlantlc Hotel, I at the same time Insisting upon needed It. In the past, over several -
New York CjU) stated that the' receiving all of the rights and years, the Negro Light- I proved by ftott. mid Chamber AConimcrcc. /
GO.OOO beat\fjJans\ ( connected privileges given by the new le- house for the Blind was the I !. Market Training at NW Till/ A vt'. end 78th StfA/t
with the Myantzalion: woulduse : gislation. In this manner the sole responsibilty of the Loyal .-! 111 -- "
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their InMencc{ with their organization feels It should he Buddies
customers ttv stimulate registration able to directly touch and advise So, to raise funds for their
t.
to vw, She said that nearly two million Negro project of 300 Christmas bas
the organlzat j1 r felt this to be women over the nation. The kets, the Buddies will present
the Ifcst met for protectingthe organization Is! now In session their first of a series or Com-
WIGS
rights aril privileges of the until August G. munity Awards Balls given on

:Monday night, Aug. 31 nt the
v"---- beautiful and glamorous Knight
Boat Club. 100% HUMAN HAIR
glrOwners And! listen to this: If vou get

I an advance "Donation Receipt" WRITTEN GUARANTEE
from Loyal the admission ;
a Buddy,
will l cost you only 50
Must Register AgainOn
cents, an your receipt wilt entitle -
you to participate Jn' the t.
Monday Aug. 10, Dade I will be cancelled, according to Community Awards. $49.50'
County will W have a single Supervisor of Registration' Without the "Donation Re- I ,
registered fr&folder) for a I Claude R. Brown. But he expects ceipt" the admission to the affair -
moment, thatReregistratit AJA several thousand personsto will be $2fX, so you can
of all freeholders reregister that day. see that it will be to your advantage ALL COLORS AND STYLES ,

Metro has and been CU t Allied of Miami for by Com-the or In registering addition to( for reregistering the first- to find' out to where seek out and a how Buddy you Flip French Twist Bubble PAge Boy Fluff Oliv V \I
obtain
can one of these valu-
missions, In w&ftaration f for the time-at the Voter Registration ,
able "tickets. Or call Included in Price
Sept. 29) $35,8WW, city capital Office, Aug. 10 through Oct. 3, these two phone you numbers may for

Improvement* bond< electionand coun- freeholders may do so at the the Information: PL 7-5003 or .........4Gb..--.-....
,300,000
the Nov. ;f City off Miami's 76 precincts NE 5-4089.
ty hospltay tyfV* election. 10 or at more than 30 locations Oh, yes, In addition to the MISS ANNETTE
RereristratlW& from Aug. dancing, which starts at 10 .
elsewhere In the county from p m.
through Sept. 1.will qualify there will be 'a floor snow, Professional Licensed Stylist and Beautician
City of Mlafyl!' freeholders to Aug. 2f through Sept. 5. headed by the treat Chlckle

vote i In 1 lot tJ\ bond elections. Home (Madam Effle Throck- ....-K..B-.-..>.
Other Dade Uoperty-ownlng bottom.)
voters may rA r igUter or register Lose up to 6 poundW Some of the members of the JOIN OUR WIG CLINIC '.
for the (lrst time on Loyal Buddies who will have
freeholders through Oct. 3, weekly Your Donation 'Receipt John
are
LEARN TO DO YOUR OWN WIG
thereby quallNMf: : to vote on
L. Hunter, B. Russell Watts,
hospital bond \ty November. REDUCEDr. Dave Marks, G. E. Graves, Ted We also do expert service work clean and set $5.0 *
When thetofcr RegistrationOffice Plessv, Jack Green Arthur AlIen -
In the M Ito Justlc Building Long William Harris Ted Wil- 195
at 1351 N\ 12th St. opensat hams, James Robinson, Joseph NW 14th Street FR 7312Southern ?
8.30: that Mrfoday morning ))545 S.W. ;.t St. Steward William .Finder, Burnla -
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Buried in AtlantaFriends

throughout the Burned in Arson Flare-up
Greater Miami area, are saddened -
to learn of the demise of -
Mrs. Elizabth Wheeler Sunday, Two. more condemned frame
July 20( at Vaux Hall, N. J., buildings were destroyed by John
H. IB. BIGISMUND' REEVES, Editor and Publisher where she made her home with fire Tuesday, bringing, to 11 Sir Knight Beat
her husband, Rev. Isaac Wheeler the casualties of a :four-day
GARTH_. C. REEVES. Managing Editor pastor of Baptist Church of arson flareup In the northwest Does It Again

Member of the National Newspaper Publisher AfMOdattow8ITRSCRIPTION Vaux Hall. section. Here's where the Hully Gully,
... Mrs. Wheeler' was well knownto The houses are located at Chicken Scratch and Snake
: RATES FOREIGN $*.OQ Miamians and will be remem 1937 NW 61st St., and 1908 NW started. Now It's the; Jamaican
MONTHS $3.00
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX -
bered very pleasantly by all 61st St. They are said to be Ska. Dave Problnsky returned!
Catered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 102T at the Post Oftto- who knew her. She was a fre- owned by Miami Housing Authority from Jamaica with'thnt coun.
at Miami, Florida, under the aot of March 8, 1876 quent visitor to Miami as guestof I and they had been con- try's top Jamaican Ska Dancers
her daughter and son-in-law demned. and starting this weekend for the
Downto-m Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR S-MM Mr. and Mrs. Thomas (Ruth) next eight weeks the Knight
Jones of 1811 NW 55th Terr. The alleged arson outbreak Beat Is teaching the JamaicanSka
Main Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1-04X1 started Saturday, with fires at the most fabulous.dance to
Final rites for Mrs. Wheelerwere five houses. Fireman hit this
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The Gar country since the Wlst!
held Saturday, Aug. 1 at Rankin of Metro's Station 7,
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead tfc*
Ariel Bowen M. B. Church of said "some of the fires didn
world from racial and national antagonism; when it accords to Atlanta of which the deceasedhad take, and we them out Chatter Matter
put
'every man regardless or race, creed or color hia human and been a loyal and faithful with just minor damage. Other ....
'legal right Hating no man. fearing no man-the Negro Press memtter from early childhoodand units have been completely de- It's happy birthday and'!con-
strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men an as long as she was a resi- stroyed. gratulations to Little f. Rudy
Nurt as lone as anyone is held back. dent of Atlanta. Mack who will be celebrating
Interment was In Lincoln The officer said the houses his 1st birthday party on Sunday -
POOR METROOur Memorial Cemetery under the were to. be torn down anyway, Auc. 9.PANCHETA.
"But this Is
dangerous
a way
Metropolitan government has experienced Home.direction of Sellers Funeral of going about It other per- L. YOUNG recently -
existence.' sons and property are jeojardIzed. became the bride of Harry -
trouble more or less not long after it came into
Survivors Include, Mrs. Ella Davis. Mr. Davis Is In the
When there were not clashes with Mayor Irving McNayr, Kendall, mother; Mr. and Mrs. Air Force. The couple will return -
there was changing the office of sheriff from appointive I Randolph Kendall Mr. and In June there were seven to his Air Base together.
Mrs. Claude Kendall, brothersand arson incidents, flour In one I Hope you two will be around
to elective. Then consideration about going back, to appointive day. All of them were condemned to. celebrate anniversaries
.. amendments in the charter. sisters-in-law. ; two grand ,frame I many -
other
or making ( i 'suospuGja OAVI 'sJ;) tt2nep buildings, ..

The latest report is that a campaign has been started I a Thomas grandson-in-law Jr. and Marque Robert Jones Howard I "t "

':to get rid of the present commissioners, abolish the man- two greatgrands, several
ager's position, and set up a strong mayor form of govern- .. nephews and nieces and other
ment. relatives.

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Spearheading change are Dr. Edward Sofen, a
professor at the University of Miami, and attorney Robert -, Across From Park
Brake, a former commissioner. They will seek 43,000
I Choice colored church school
:signatures; the number of voters required to compel the 48th Stre'!t and NW or 8th Ave.
,commissioners to place the proposed charter' amendments 1 Air conditioned Sanctuary Institutional -
(ion the November 3 ballot. type construction.
I Complete Sunday School on S f. be
The amendment would recall the present commissioners two floors heated. On four L'Z"Living
by having new elections next January 26, to elect lots. $110,000. Call John Warren
for .
what is called a "strong Mayor," as chief administratorand appointment.THE
a nine man commission. A second amendment would KEYES CO. Service for the Living'

deal with the present tax reassessment issue! 234 Biscayne FH Blvd.1-3592 Realtors Oscar L. Range Funeral HomeM.

Mayor Chuck Hiall is opposed to these amendments .... -.. indf Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range Mgr.
and so is county manager McNayr: who said the assess- 5727 N.W. 17th
Avenue
ment was just a vote getter. ---------- ,
Miss OX 1-0131 OX 14343Houses
Supporting these proposals when presented to the Vee Has PlentyOf 111''Jig
commissioners on Tuesday' were about 100 persons Jobs Open

most of them senior citizens.In .
Hotel maids and porters,
our opinion, Metro has had enough charter restaurant and cafeteria And Apts. For Rent

amendments The voters should be tired of them. help of all kind, barmaids
Why not leave well enough alone and give Metro a and waitresses, experienced From $13 per week. Furnished or unfurnished

chance to operate for a while without so many changes' ? shirt operators and wearing Houses for sale. EZ Terms, Bargain Prices
apparel Domesticsin
pressers.
and out of town. Auto Insurance. Check our new lower rates

YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKThe BURLANG EMPLOYMENT D. Goodman, and Son, Inc.

consensus is that it is not a matter of Civil Rightsin AGENCY "INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, MORTGAGE"

New York Because most civil rights were opened to 502 NW 54th Street 2688 ,N.W. 62nd Street
those who would enjoy them. The trouble was more human OX 1.0380

rights, inferior education, unemployment. Such has 757-7674 -'..... .............................................................................................'......................................
been festering for a long time. The Civil Rights Act just .
helped in bringing these sore spots to a head. Bus 29

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FRIENDS NEIGHBORS, COUNTRYMENIt SKIN DISEASES

should be the ambition of every man, and I write FREE CONSULTATIONA the Olympics in Tokyo,
in the generic sense, to own a home if it is possible to new approach to treatmentand
do so, However, it is perhaps the most important undertaking / medication blood and based laboratory on specialized October, 1964 4
in one's life, therefore, it is highly necessary to tests.
consult legal authority, especially so when purchasing on DR.' H. IIAAOPIj Send for
your Olympic
time 7-7234 tote bag today $2 each.
payments from construction companies. This is not

meant for reflection on any particular company, but 1I1111'C'C 1I'C'C"" Heavy vinyl plastic drawstring bag, ideal for the
just a reminder that it is the .best and safest way to do { beach. YOur
such business.If purchase will help support the U: S.
REV. LAURA Olympic team.
you have read our daily newspapers regarding, Spiritualist, Reader and

the Parkview Construction, Company, you should be enlightened Advisor ,.. ... .. ... ...., _
in things that I -
can, and do happen. Healings and blessings to / I
A word to the wise is sufficient.MAYORMANAGER God' .Powers | OLYMPIC TOTE BAG. Box 5406
One visit will convince you I DuPont Bldg., Room 1111, Miami, Fla. 33131 I

that Rev., Laura will help

AT DC MEET you through her power of I Enclosed is $............... for .......m....... brags
blessings our contribution to the Olympic Fund I

Responding to n conference call by President Johnson DONATIONS ONLY i' | (please print) .

Mayor Robert King,High and City Manager Melvin UN 6-5882
Reese were among officials from 60 cities discussing: the 612 71st Street I NAME I : ......._......................................................*............... I II .
President's anti-poverty bill on Tuesday, of this week.
Miami Beach ADDRESS ..........................................
.k. The bill has been passed by the Senate and will be Take L bus -................................... I

'considered by the House on Friday. I CITY ................................................. STATE ...?.................. .
The of the meeting to givethe cities I
purpose was SALESOPPORTUNITY - - ..,
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some information aibout the administration's approach to Published
the program, and ,also to advise the federal people of the as a Public Service by The Miami TimesA

nature of their own problems. The bill provides 300 million Earn $100 weekly while

] dollars for local public or private groups to run pro- learning. C al, r necessary

jgrams In such areas as job training, education, housing Call 634-9095 between 8.10,
="or velfare.x. a.m. and 6-8 p.m. Clarified Ad Will Pay Off in Big Dividends
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I SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1964 PAIGE S CLYDE KILIENS' NEW\



"Miss Decathlon" Excursion! Island Club

Contest is Sunday There will be an excursion
to Key West on Sunday, Aug.
"Social Hour," the setting 23, sponsored for the Churchof 1000 N.W. 2nd Ave.
NEWLY WEDS Henry and Chicago was guest of honor for contestant in the "Miss the Incarnation. Donation
Jewell Young have returned when Sandra Williams entertained Decathlon" Contest, Sunday $0.00 round trip, children under PRESENTS
after sight-seeing In New York a group of friends. evening at the home of Julius 12 years half fare.
City. Those sharing In the fun were Simmons was tagged and just KW. HAT SUN.
Braneda and Hazel Prince that, a Casual Get-together for Bus will leave the church,
MKS. MERLE It. PIEIICE, Barbara Days, Cleo Jolllvette, contestants and members of 1835 NW Goth St. at -130: a.m. AUG. 7-8-9
former Miamian now living in Valarie Albury, Deborah Aldia the Decathlons in order to make and from the corner of NW llth
Brooklyn, N.Y. is visiting her and Ira Everette and Eric this year's attraction much St. and 3rd Ave. 4-15: a.m. Get TRIPLE ATTRACTION
family at 4310 NW 11th Ave. Brown. more. colorful and beneficial to your ticket at 1111 NW 3rd
Mrs. Pierce is accompanied by contributors Ave. Mrs. Levi Johnson or call
and contestants.
'
her three daughters.AN MRS. VIOLET DeVEAUX luu FIt 0-2313 and OX 1-;1G.1 for Lid f IK Johnny Taylor

EXCURSION to Key Westis returned to the city after vacationing I. Bain, president, extended further Information A22

being sponsored by the in New York as the greetings to the young ladles ;;
Church of the Incarnation guest of Ruth Jones. and Introduced members, then -
laid out the plans of the ,J(? .
organization DAV Takes PatientsTo
23. For fur- '
on Sunday, August MRS. EVELYN HARVEYnas I." .""
to help each con-
ther information call Mrs. Leola :yf
taken her nieces llemee testant In whatever means
Johnson Fit 9-2343 OX ChurchSgt. .
or '
1-7464. and Marie DeVeaux to vaca- they see fit to achieve the f ).
tion in Wayneville, North Caro- crown of Miss Decathlon. Daniel W. Mullins, DAV I
HUTU J. BLACKNELL and linia. Chapter No. 39, will be responsible ,I'r .
Contestants seeking to become
daughter Bre vacationed this for escort of patients to
in the cool Carolinas Among recent arrivals from the popular Muss are: tLl'I"l'Ll
summer church service at// the Veteran!
Nassau were Miss Jewel Jac- Mary Davise, Adell Bain, Bar r
then visited in Washington, D. Administration Hospital, CoralGables
Stuart her bara Frazler
quelyn and employ.er Gwendolyn Anderson -
Waterbury, Connecticut and Sunday morning, Aug.
Callender Roberts. Gladys McNeal dJessie
They
finally New York. While in Wat- a n 0 at 930.Chapter: .
were guests 0 f Mr. Roberts'sister I Mae Lewis.
sheas guest of her
erbury
,
Mrs. M. Johnson who
; ,
3D members will
sister, Dianne Lockhart. Bre the I The Coronation Ball I h dated report -
had returned
just from
: D. C.where' l at 0 ann in order to get
remained Washington, for October 11 at Clyde Klllens'
Sunday School and B.T.U. Congress -
patients downstairs for church
she will be attending in Nassau. Island Club. Purchase your
American University In the fait I advance tickets early, only 200 service..
DAV meeting Sunday, Aug. :
are available.
REVEREND and MKS. Ed- MRS. LULA HUGHES of 9 at 4 pm. at 2191 NW 152ndSt.
ward Graham are motoring to Ocila, Ga., Is here visiting her The lUO I-C 5 dues nee now
theVorld's Fair. sister, Mrs. Mary Jenkins and payable.WUDDING.
family. The sisters exchange In Memory of A

) EDWARDS yearly visits. This It was
BENNIES (Scrooge year
; ANNOUNCKM10NT J
and Douglas Davis hit "Aunt Lou'slime.) Mrs.' Hughe Football, '. 'Hero. .
the road Thursday, each in his had her granddaughter, \Vinif1 A hush has fallen Miss Naomi Sands of Miami
own car, but traveling togetherfor ed to tag along. Winnie is a land on FAMU- niece of the former Mrs Verna
tour of our own state. 7th grader and the daughter of : JOHNNY TAYLOR
a Her mightiest warrior Sand, will be wed to Rev,
Mrts. Evange line Harris, a for no longer
Melvin Tyler D.D., of Orange-
RETURNING FROM A visit mer 1l1am1a1now of stands; burg S. C. IIII' J) TAYLOR' \
to New York and the exciting ville. Mrs. Hughes Is Juckson-I Her grief is shared from shoreto ,

World's Fair are Violet Far- er of Cleo Hughes of shore. The wedding will be held at
rincton and her mother Mrs. Sho cris for Willie Gallmore. Mt. Olive Baptist Church Lin- &

Marie Farrington. HERMAN: McJ EO)), High No more the stress, the strain, ward, I'a., at 2 p.m., August ID. WILl Y TERRY

CONGRATULATION TO the Priest of Royal Arch Masons, No the goalward flight; Rev. Tyler Is the pastor of Mt. AND HIS BAND
: the
more the
Jones will leave August 0 for Kansas ; swerve, cut- Olive IKiptlst Church. --...,....
Rev. Father Theodore back to the right. ,
I' .,
City, Mo., to visit his son and i '>\o- \
Vicar of the Church of the Incarnation No more ten thousand voices t "" ;" "'
who was a year older daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. soar,
on last Sunday. Hubert E. McLeod. From No more the victory marchersroar Jackcon'i Toddle Inn :((i I
there he goes to Indianapolis, l' \ ' DIDN'T KNOW, but l>cr- Ind, to visit his youngest He lies sill: for evermore. Announces Registration ', t' ':1
naps you did, that Blanche Cal daughter, Capt. Alva J. Mc Holland Walthall Daily beginning Aug. 15 ..),," ("
loway takes a group of boys Leod of the Nurses Corp. He .
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and girls to the "Pops" Concert then goes to the World's Fair -

each Sunday evening, at MIami and back to Kansas, then to
Beach Auditorium. That's Miami. -- SEWING MACHINES

wonderful Blanche.MY .
MR. tend MRH. CALVIN MAPP
FAVORITE ReouUclan, are entertaining houseguests,
Emma Summerset of Beauty- Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Edwardsof LOOK !
rama Is on vacation. Emma Washington, D. C. The Edward ,
choose to do so at this time, !* arrived August 2 and I + a' + 1 5'M 1 F
so that she might be of help to are planning to stay for two J6 i I
her sister Sally Harmon, recently weeks. I
home from Mt. Sinai SINGERATLAS
Hospital. MRS. EMERALD GARDNER,
and grandsons, Michael and
WE ARE HAPPY to know Keith, left Tallahassee. on RECONDITIONED
that Father Edwin S. Shirley Wednesday to attend the grad- 3 DAYS ONLY
Is well again after his recent' uation of her daughter, Mrs.
illness Lorraine M. Rolle, who will re
LITTLE WALLENE Rcrchum ceive her master's! degree from $2 HewJnlt' Machine $2 TED TAYLOR

celebrated her third birthdayon I Florida A. and M. University. I SMrvh'e FeatureNo 1 1I
rii.vAciM: : ]MATINEE
Thursday, of this week. MR. and MRS. CLARENCE charge if we cannot re-
Wallene is the daughter of Turner and sons Clarence W. pair your present Mowing HUNDAV, AUGUST 9th
Winifred and Pedro Beechum. and Kenneth Turner, and broth.tr in n chine In your home for r+

John Williams of Opa Locka $2.00 or lew ;.1 to ((1 J P.M. AI))(. 1.00
MR and MRS CHARLES have returned to the City after
Wyche principal of North Dade several weeks vacationing in CHECK *
Junior-Senior High are vacationing St. Louis, Mo. with their uncle $12.49
TIOKMHI'ORTAIILK %
in New York City. Dr. John Willlatns, and Chi- THESE FEATURES COMING ATTRACTIONS
ELECTRIC AIR COOLED MOTOR
CARLOTTA RHETTA planedto cago and Detroit, Michiganwith
Houston, Texas on Fridayfor their brother and sisters. 7 HI'KKD CONTROL LUGGAGE TYPE: CARRYING EVERY TUES. NIGHT j

a short vacation. Enroute they visited with auntIn CASH AMATEUR NIGHT I

EDITH GRAHAM U recuperating Georgia. FREE BUTTONHOLE MAKER EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT
at home after a MRS. ENID REESE J IN now WITH EVERY MACHINE! I.UltCJlA nJ)
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ORIGINAL LADIES' NIGHT
at home 11911 N. W. 67th St.
hospital confinement. convalescing from injuries sus- AND EVERY SUNDAY
FOR FREE HOMEDEMONSTRATION
rrifiRiLIiW'S (WALLACE tained July 13 In a car wreck Call PL 1.6577 AFTERNOON MATINEE
IIAMM) christened their little while visiting her cousin Miss
one on Sunday, at Ft, Lauder- Hattie Brace at Christian Hos- 6-9 P.M.
dale. Godparents were Gwen- pital. Mrs. Reese's husband, Mr. ATLAS SEWING CENTER
dol>n Hester of Washington.t D. Leslie Reese was also injuredin (:()MIN U .U'O. II 15 16

C. Alice Harrison and Kenneth the wreck but he has recovered 696 N.E. 125th ST., NORTH MIAMIROY'S
Walker of Miami. Im- and has reported backto ..
medately following the service, work. Patti Laltclle

and friends were en-
family MARIE HODGE I ill
MRS.
celebrating
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tertained. her birthday Sunday, Iud The Bloc KelcsTKKNAGK :
nl<.\I1TJ[ PRIDE the August 9. II is always a pleasure LOUNGE & BARAir
article in Wednesdays Herald to wish nice people a very r
written by Jo Werne featuringour pleasant birthday. : MATINEW
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own Athalle Range. These FRIENDS also wish the stun Conditioned Modern --a Ht'.V., AUO. 10th
are the types of features that
Jenkins
ning Miss Carole a \
counteract front page riot happy birthday. Her birthdayis Informal Opened I \
stories. August 7. I ""'III ItE CLYDE GOES,
Sunday: 0 J .ni. to I p.m. t.
OUR SYMPATHY to Mt'19.Tom MR. AND MRS. ALBERT THE CROWD GOES"

: (Ruth) Jones whose Smith of 2335 N.W. 55th Terr. ,.., t
mother died recently. Weekend: I p.m. to :.1 a.m. I.,.or' .; I WHERE: CLYDE K1LLENS "
are visiting in Jacksonville with
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VlAUDE REID, COLONEL Mr. Smith's father. While there, Dally: 1 p.m. 1 a.m. M NEW ISLAND CLUB ./. t

Claude Clark and Dr. Ira P. they will attend the Trl-State! : (FORMERLY THE <. "
Davis attended the National Convention. Hostess of The Week M :;" "' .. ; t
Urban League meeting in ..i HARLEM SQUARE CLUB)

Louisville, Kentucky. ...- Located in The Famous 4.Mary Smith For Reservations Call PR 34488 ,;

/THE: EARL MIZELL8 and 46th STREET'' LIQUOR AND PACKAGE STORE
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their three sons are enroute to For Best Results
tie World's Fair in their newGrand 3737 Northwest 46th Street Miami Times' daisied Ad
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Pork Chops lb 590 Steak Jb 98c


FIRST CUT lb Cube Steak Ib 79c
Pork Chops 350

SWIFT'S PREMIUM CANNED Fresh Ground Beef Ib 29c

Picnics 3 bs $1.49 Sirloin Steak Ib 69c

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Orange Juice 3 for 79c MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT Ice Cream 9c

COFFEE 6.jar $90 PILLSBURY Sw. Buttermilk
MORTONS -20 OUNCE 3or
Biscuits/ for 25cPRODUCE
Macaroni & Cheese 35c With $5.00 Order or More
LIBBY PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT
MORTONS u_ ASST. VARIETIES JUICE 46
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Cream Pies 3 for $1.00
DEL MONTE 303 CAN "* Onions 3 /Ihs J9c

SWEET PEAS2 for 391
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I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

14 Miamians Get FAMU Degrees-: Today- i, SATURDAY AUGUST 8, 1964 PAGE 7

One student from East Af- Home Economics John IsaiahE. Culmer and Melford C. Mo-
rica is among the 157 candi- Makuku, Is from Kenya, East Mlnns. l IIOMEOWNERS
dates for degrees from FloridaA Africa. At FAMJU he majored School of Pharmacy: Harry
and M University, scheduledfor agricultural economics. Lee Jones. I I CONSOilPATI_ YOUR JILLSI
graduation Friday evening: Candidates for the bachelorof Slated to receive the mas- MONEY AVAILABLE FROM
August 7. The commencement science degree from the Col- ter's degree In education are '
exercises ending the second termof lege of Arts and Sciences: Wil Delores T. C. Bethel Lorraine'' LINC01H FEDERAL INVESTMENTS, INC.
th third trimester will be fred E. Duncombe Jr., Opa- Rolle Jessie P. Snnd! ands. PHONE 681-4133
held bginning at 0 p.m. In the locka. Guidance{ : Tee S. Greer Sr.,
Bragg Stadium, at Florida A The degree of bachelor of Charles B. Ingraham. Frank E.
and M. science In education is slatedto Jones, Ricmond Heights.Administration .
and Super-
The lone candidate for the be awarded Odessa S. Fel- vision: AlLtert W. Cooke.
bachelor of science decree from cer and Johnnie n. S. Mills. Secondary Education: VirgilP.

the School of Agriculture and School of Nursing: Iris Luella Rogers..



10-Year-Old Gets !Which came first:

Merit Award

Sharon Dorsett, 10, has received the golf ballor
n merit award in a continuing -

Council honor achievements program of South of Florida the of school Dairy to Gordon's{ Gin? i

age children in Dade County.

The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
a Percv Dorsett, 2120 NW 75St., Golf dates back to the 15th Century whena
rt >1 on May 8 saved a 3yearoldgirl
used. In
from the wheels of an oncoming ball stuffed with feathers was

car then walked from j 1848 the "guttle"-a hard, moulded ball
(door to door until she found
the parent: of the apparentlylost that was the direct forerunner of our

child. The grateful parents ; modern golf ball was Introduced In
rewarded her with $2.60.
The Dairy Council Is Interested Britain. London, 79 years btfort this

t In achievers in many fields Innovation, Alexander Gordon perfected this
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a find young people through
twelfth grade are eligible. formula for a special gin.

Today, golfers the world

.",.. .... ...... .- ...-. -- Pops Concert at over relax at the Nineteenth '
Hole and enjoy the delicate '
I B. A. Morse Is shown presenting of Honor for years of dedicated
award to Stanley New- service and outstanding Beach SundayA flavour and distinc-

bold, former PTA president of leadership. Mr. Morse made the brilliant musical. bouquetof tive dryness of Gordon's
School presentation PTA vice >
Wheatley Elementary as presi-
alt-time ffavorltes
(1Pops"
for his contributions In the] dent Mary Blue looks on. will be presented by the Miami Gin Some claim that
Mrs Hazel Is
field of PTA work. Mr. of Wheatley Troy Mrs. Annie principal Mae leach Symphony with Eaktay Gordon's offers con- ,i
bold was recently NeW'-1 Jackson, Ahn, conductor of the Seoul, j
president and Mrs. Al- Korea Philharmonic, on the siderable consolation as : ,
Phyllis Wheatley PTA bertha Godfrey, secretary. I podium for the Oth and next- they total their score. DIs LED a
to-Iast Summer "Pops" con-
cert nt 8:15: p.m. Sunday night, No wonder It's the biggest IONDONDRY

I I25Year Aug. a, at Miami Beach Audi- seller in England ? GIN- .
I 3 Miamians Among torium. America, the world.wiap.a,! wmxiinow hrahl i.nu C 1

Ahn comes here on an exchange -

Grads At FAMUA I ductor Barnett of Breeskln conductorshlp the ,Miami regular Beach con-with

Symphony and director of the
feature of the August 7, I, summer "Pops" series. Mae- PRODUCT OF U.S.A.DISTILLED lONDON DRY DIN,100*NtUWl SPIRITS
commencement exercises at Flo- stro Breeskln Journeyed to Korea DISTIIUD FROM GRAIN. BO PROOF. GORDON'S DRY GIN CO.,UD.,LINDCN,N,J. 7
SU's Alumni
rida A and M University will Appoint last May to conduct the
be the presentation of medals !
Seoul Philharmonic at Pusan
to one 50th year class reunion New OfficersThe I and at the University of Seoul.
alumna and 11 alumni representing -
their 25th year class Southern University Guest soloist for the concert
reunion, according to G. W. I Alumni Chapter of Miami met will be Harold Cone, pianist,
Conoly, executive secretary of August, and completed final whose many appearances, both An Independent Analytical And
the FAMU General Alumni As- plans for the visiting faculty) of here at home and anroad, have t'
Southern University. New of The
sociation. Comparative Study
earned him glowing: reviews.
Recipient of the gold 50 year officers were appointed, they
alumni medal will be Mrs. Al- are as follows: Chairman Mr.
thea Ayers of Madison, Florida. James Robinson, Co-chairman HINOC l.4ft CENTRAL LIFE liJ5URANCECOMPANY
Mr. Ronald A. Smith Secretary
Silver alumni medals -
25-year awards will representing go Mrs. Mlnerno S. Heneby and For Quality Building
to: Mrs. Frances Trapp Cause, Mr. Wlllanl Tolbert treasurer '
OF FLORIDAwith fl
Miami; William H. Adams, Jacksonville The chapter has been some PL 1-3604
; the Rev. Emory R. what laxed In Its support for a
Searcv, Atlanta Ga.; Mrs. An- well-organized and functioning the 25 largest insurance concerns in the United
nie Kent I Stevens, Quincy'; Al- organization. We sincerely hope, I bw Unu
vie nenton, St. Petersburg; under Its new administration I States. These 25 companies have an average of 97
Cecil a.W. Boston, Orlando; John I the wheels of progress will be ,..- .- years of life insurance experience, own 78% of the
Henry Morris, Jacksonville; eternal.Mr. I I s t YI invested assets of all life insurance in force, a favorable '
Robinson is asking all
Marcellus Alvarez Goodwin, comparison of the financial structure and
Goulds George W. Dennis, Southernltes to please report I I opera-
Tampa;; Benjamin F. Canty Jr., Sunday at 5 p.m., sharp at Mr. ,tional methods is certainly indicative of good general
Washington D. C.; and Miss Ronald A. Smith's residence 355 management and financial stability.
Patten NW 47 St., we will leave from LOT OWNERS!
Y. Miami.
Johnny alumni will be their enroute to Miami's International -I I Basic Significant Factors of January 1, 1064, Derived!
All returning
We plan, guide sal a Airport.
feted Friday August 7, at an From The Annual Statements
The dlitingushed visitors; will
Alumni Luncheon, scheduled re-'kie; at the Intel national Hotel far plaas or Ours (u) HOJA'IONCV:
for 12:30 In the University -
Commons: p.m., Mr. Conoly announced before leaving on a Carib- Custom Built Homes ANNi'U' for each $100)( of Ibhllilk-n/ UH of January 1, 1964Average
this week. bean Cruise. I 25 Lucent llfo lniiiaiun' conipuiilt-N $107.00 M
Other events at which will I I Attractive Additions Central: .' lilts Insurance (/omlul )' of Florida ",1.9: "
be feted Include the reception friends the alumni, faculty and (l h) HUIU'I UH FUNDS: IVr $IX( > of Uta fleMerveM' :
given by President. and Mrs. friends of Sunshine Manor, the Quality Alterations Avcraw 25 largest. life !ii iininci9 conipunlrM, $O.H a w:
George W. Gore Jr., for graduating presidential residence, Good bank financing Central' Llfo IriMirnnoo Company of Florida. 13.00
seniors,_ their relatives and day, August 0, at 7:30: Tues-I (c) LIQUIDITY:
3 at aa7aoaoa ANHPH In "anil, IloiuN and Stock for Inch $100. Llablll-
11 ITS,
I ( ro 4 9rc Average 23 largest llfo liiHiiranco companies $. $.:o
APPAREL FOR SALE (Ynlnil' Llfo Insurance ('OIUIMMV of Florida" 70.38d
M8 N.E. Tttli Street ( ) TOTAL I.NTOMi: FOIl) KACIf $100 DIHMUIIXKD: :
Average 2.1 largest Ufa Inxtmmrp coiiip.inlrM" $102.73
"Champagne taste, beer pocket?" Come to Grade's UceIY" Insured Central Llfn lniirtnoa Company of Florida' 107.41
(c) I'ltOttKKHH: .
where you'll find like-new exclusive dresses, Increases 1W1.1): over 1 002
suits, skirts, blouses, shoes all originals. $1 to $5 Average 2.1 j

Mink, fox and other stoles and fur jackets $5 to $10. Dugie's Guest House LarjgeHt Life
COlllatanlesCentrn'
Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen Llfo
Italian silk suits. $3 and $5. The house
unusual
dresses $1. Men' pure of rooms ANNOM( Increased 8.02ao 3..Aofo
Blue serge suits $5. Sports jackets $2. Pants, shoes firoNM Surplus. Increased 26.JU! % 5.11%
$1. Shirts SOc. Also linens, drapes, bedspreads and Open 24 hours NE 4-3851 Lit Itrftervf' Increased 4.0% 4.10%

other household items. We cater to the elite. Grace Conclusion' j

and Mike will greet you personally.' Men's new silk Seeing is BelievingSee The comparative annlynltt, of the Central In.Himimco Company -

suits. Values to $150. Now, only $10 to $25.GRACE'S of Florida In comparison with the aggregate averages
THRIFT SHOP us for clean rooms of the 2o"lJar American' n Companies"", In our opinion" .Is very A j
favorable. Hawed on 'the resulted, achieved In the year ending
2512 NE 2nd Ave. FR 1-8372 Jamaica Dugie always a December :.11, 11X13: and of Its present financial position' we
believe It to he a reliable Institution that has and warrants
Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. friend public confidence.
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. .JIItW He is survived by his son, Char- -
les, and other relatives.
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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1964 Hi Am AROUND THE BAHAMAS _'.___ lie --_:_
Samuel:: J. Wilkinson, F. R.
TEMPLE BAPTISTThe ...-. .. .. -- ,.. Ecom. S., F.C.I., F.R.S.C.
............,. -c-:!"':: ::;' ;:Ow:; -" M.I.O.M., Accountant Company

4 d No. two choir will spon- :Mrs Marion Gordon, 88, collapsed -I I was a very pleasant visitor to Commercial Consultant and
- sor a dinner this Saturday, at :: suddenly and died at Nassau:: recently. He met a Company Secretary, has been
the home of the president, Mrs. her Shirley Street residence on _______ I made a Fellow of the Royal
l jIt Matilda Hall, 1575 NW G7th St. i July 17. Her survivors are two ,I number of old friends and made Economic Society, London. He
Service will be from noon until children, Nibbs J. Gordon and some new ones. Mr. Taylor left is now accountant for the Pen
\ ? Donation on dollar. I Mrs Rosaline Irving of New the Bahamas -15... years ago. ny Farthing Limited.
lie
York two sisters Mrs. Kathline
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Charles. Ambrose, director of Bain and Mrs. Ellen Edwards: The South Andros Sailing Regatta !
choir No two, is a patient at the two nieces, Mrs Doris Bullard :: will be held at Kemp Bay. The Progressive Liberal Par-
Veterans Hospital, Coral Gable. and Mrs. Nora Stuart, seven on Monday August 10 It is
I I ty plans:: to construct a two
We pray for his speedy recovery grandchildren and other relatives I expected that:: more than 32 building in the Grove
I sailing work boats in several story at
Bahamas Avenue and
Exuma
I classes, will compete for prizes !
services will be Street at Its headquarters. The
Sunday, as St Matthew's Church, Nassau, and trophies. Emmanuel Rolleis estimated cost of the
usual. celebrated the 1C 1th anniver- organizer of the event. Is $70,000. The ground floor building will
.
The Daughter:: Elks of the Bahamas sary dedication during the weekof lie be an assembly hall with a seat
will hold their annual July 20-2G. The foundation of William (Sonny) Cooper, 09, ing capacity of 300, and the
the church was:: laid on St. Matthew's :: -
convention tiled suddenly at the Princess second floor will have offices
at Temple from Day, September 21, IbOO.
Margaret Hospital on July 1C. and conference rooms.
Sunday August 10-19. Hartman Taylor of Miami
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TRY! Colon Realty TRY! LIB CITY

Official of Lincoln NE 4-0490 NE 4.8634


National Bank Wins CBS Air condition, 3bedroomFruit DRIVE eN THEATRE22nd

\ NABAC Award trees, large living room with real fire place

.L Davis lt. Station, Sr., eexcu- and partly furnished. 1-bedroom with private en- Ave. and Palm Drive-in Theatres '-* ,
r, tlve vice president of the Lincoln -
COMPLETELY INTEGRATEDOX
National Bank of Miami, trance suitable for a small business.

has won Four first membership place In the con-District $10,500 total price r-- $350 down $72 month L7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.

L test of NABAC the association pays all NOW SHOWING
\ for bank audit, control and f-I
operation. His score In the con- r
One .
test also indicates that he Is man.
high man in ,the nation, since three women. .

i I 1 I the the fifty nearest states winner is ten In percentage any of. THIS AD VOtz'I'p 1,50 ON HKPAIKS ON ANY one night. ..

points 'behind him. JIAD10: TV OR >JH-FI I

The award is based on Mr. rrI
Statton's achievements i n
bringing 30 new members into
NABAC' during the year from ANCHORrIE'
among eligible bankers .throughout -
the states of Florida, Geor-
gia, Alabama, Mississippi, and oN
Tennessee. YEgR N:yF FOR REPAIRS

Mr Statton's recruiting abilities
spring from his personal urSRkVlcoo
activities and interest In the association -
of which he is past NE 5-0055
president of the South Florida
Chapter, and presently state 1782 N.W. 36th STREET
director serving a second con-
secutive term.
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These distinctions reflect
great credit on Lincoln National I
which is one of the':youngest The Fun Capital 'of Florida
banks in Dade County, having I .
been founded in April of this
year and is the only fully integrated SIR JOHN HOTELWELCOMES
bank in the t entire
Southeast. RICHARD AVA DEBORAH SUE

Notification of the aAvard
came from Sam F. DiCara, deputy BURTON DKERR LYON
director of NABAC at its
national headquarters in Chi- 1964 Grand Lodge Convention
cago. The actual:: presentation .. Meilo Goldwyn Mayes ae Seue kIs oducf coos present
will be made at the Officers
September Council meeting 28. in New York Improved Benevolent Protective Orderof the John Busfoo Bay Sfaik Ploducfioo of f oRoossee WIlliaMls' 'j E I II I
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AUGUST 25 30 S'rttnpliyb,ANTHONY VlllER[ and JOHN HUSTON BaNd OIIlIIe 810a wtr p.,by IENNESSEE[ MILMHS

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Mr. Edward F. Aldrich just P J
reurned from the National Im- FLORIDA Ralph Cooper Trio

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Baltimore, Maryland, July 31-
August 2. The theme of the Sir John Every nite 7 til midnite SI'
meeting was "Annual Shrine "S j
Conclave." Fish RayCalypso i .
Cabana and Pool ,
Mr. Aldrich is the W. H. .-- Show = acauu
Grand Master of the W. H FUN CAPTIAL i
Meridian Grand Lodge, Inc., of 'I \
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was in Memorial Hos Beach in Hyde Park.


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Floyd on the opening of his KNIGHT BEAT
new Photo' Studio In Ft. Lau-
derdale at 518 NW 13th St.
trr Again, luck to Al Floyd's Photo PROUDLY PRESENTS
a i Service, JA 2-0174.
& l _____ ** ________ THIS WEEKEND, AUGUST 7-8-9
Sheriff/' i i' T.. ,A.. :Buchanan presdfhta Claude Pepper County Manager The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
a check to Charles R. Irving G. McNayr, Edison Cen- Verdel Cooper, Joyce, was mar- "The most sensational all around"
Ifadley, chairman of the Carver ter Insurance Co., Robert rIed to James R. Smith, son'
Branch YMCA Campership Shervin, John Gilbert Mrs. of Mrs. McLeod of Liberia' Big Talent Since
Drive as the four recipients of Gertrude Del Vigie, Theodore They were married Sunday, Au I \ .
the Campership Drive look on. Klpnes, Washington Federal gust 2, at St, Andrews Episco- SAMMY DAVIS JR.
'Left to right: Calvin Hughes, Savings and Loan, Judge Joe pal Church in Liberia at 0 p.m. K
YMCA executive director; Sheriff Eaton, Judge Thomas Lee Jr., Father Clarke officiated.
Buchanan, James McDave, Judge Ray Pearson. __ _____ ** ."*
Gregory.. Mosby, Charles R. Judge William A. Herln Dade Petty officer 3rd ,class Nor- FRANKIE LYMONSHOW
Hadley, Thomas Palmer and County Lunchroom Association, man Hart, reported last week
Donald Strozler. First Federal Savings and Loan, while he was home on furlough.Mr. '. -,y .
Other"contributors to t h eCam.persh.lp University Savings and Loan, Hart visited his family. He
Drive thus for are: Lincoln National Bank Mrs. is stationed at Norfork VirginiaN
Chase Federal Savings and Stanley Newman, Charles R. .OB. He resides at '4832 SW PLUS -
Loan, Miss Carol James, David Hadley, Cecil B. Price Trust 23rd St., with his family.
Blumberg, Mrp.! Anna Brenner Fund, Herbert Kloeber. ..'
Meyers, Island.Industries, S. A. j Mrs. Margaret Price, M. J. Sgt. Arthur 'Abrams reported ETTA JAMES
Mrs. M. Nadler, Mrs. Marie\ Larj I I j B. Corporation, M. M, Ripper, Monday, that h& arrived
kins, Mrs: Mary Davis, Dennis A. Leonie, T. B. Walker, Mar- Sunday, August 2, from FU
Smith, Judge J. Gwenn Parker kel Irving, J. II. Durr, W. R. Hiley, Kansas1 'visiting friends PLUS -
Judge Jack A. Falks, Judge' Robbins, W. C. Watson, Richard and relatives. ,"' :, 'Direct From Jamaica
Gene Williams, Egelloc Social Murphy, Mrs. Freida Marko- j.." ,- ". ."
Club, Delta Sigma Theta Soror- wi\z, Commissioner M. L. .. .. JAMAICA SKA
ity, James Saugherty' Mrs. ,' Reese, Mrs. Florence Marko- South firoward Post No.819&will
Alex McIntosh, E. R. Grgen-' hold a special meeting Sun-
schatz. ;'i I IAtram witz, Stanton Sanson, Attorney day, August 9. at 4114: SW 19th Latest Dance Craze
Lippman, Mrs. John Henry Arrington and Franklin St., West Hollywood. Members 'r
E. King, Roosevelt Savings and Federal Savings and Loan Association are asked to please be present. -.= PLUSCHICKIE -
Loan Association, Congress, _., ..
The Star Light Lodge No. HORNE
512 will meet Friday night, Au-
gust 7, at 8 p.m., at the Masonic __ PLUS -
Letter Carriers National
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A 2 Z Awards
Convention 1622Tropical PLUSJOHNNY -
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Miami, Fla. PL 9-4369 ROUSE
Branch 1071, Miami, vention
will host the 44th Biennial Nat- One of the highlights of the
ional Convention of the Nat- meeting will be the National Trophies PLUS -
ional Association of Letter Convention Parade August 17, Plaques
Carriers, August 16-22, with i 8 pm. It will follow closely, WILLENA MACK
the Fontainebleau Hotel as the route of the Orange Howl Engraving
headquaters Parade. The people of Miami -+- PLUS -
and Miami Beach are invited. 50% Discount with ad
It is expected that about 4,000
SIR JOHN DANCERS"The
delegates and their. families, "Peace and Brotherhood" is A8
many of them Nogroes from the theme proposed by Tropical
all the fifty states will be in Branch 1071 for this year. Local Knight Heat the only Club you ran bring your mother
attendance. Many resolutionsfor carriers have received Pos-
Our Classified Ads and Dad and Aunt and bo 8UIIR
the benefit of the letter tal Uniforms from all over the
carrier and to better the service world, and some of them will SELL ANYTHING
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I On July 28 thru 30 more- Miami for the National, Baptist through Miss White or Mrs. -

I than CO women who are lead- Convention in Dertoit on Pratt and get a receipt for your ST. JAMES AME CHURCHRev. r MT. ZION AME CHUJ CH
ers in their local church dis- the first Sunday morning in space. This fantastic 'trip I
tricts and state convention September. The round trip will should be given considerationto J. B. Blacknell pastor Opa-locka Fla.
gathered at Augustine to attend Ue only $48 from Miami right ; the Baptist greatest con- Bert Cooper reporter Rv. H. E. Greene, pastov

the fourth annual house into Detroit. I vention. The trip will be delightful The third quarterly confer- Services on last Sundaywere

party. The meetings were inspiring President Holley appointed I. and Mrs. Mary Fran- ence will be held Friday night, carried on as usual with
and offered an added Miss Marie White and Mrs. cis White of New Providence
amount of knowledge to those Irene Pratt Wilder as cochairman Baptist Church will serve as August 7. As you know the our pastor bringing two every
who are lovers of kingdom and reservations shouldbe hostess. There will be morningand four conferences a year are inspiring messages.
made on or before the 20th evening devotions. very Important meetings. We
building.Mrs. Sunday August 9 the young
should
of this month to insure ac- Much for God was accom- all try and be present. people will observe their second -

Susie C. Holley, Mrs. comodations. plished during the fourth annual "I was sick and ye visitedme annual Youth Day. Everyone -
j Celestine Dixon and Mrs. Car- I Please make reservations house party. :" Mrs. Annie Edwards, Mrs. Is Invited to attend all
I tie B. Sloan presided throughout Prudence services and see our
Thelma Turner Mrs. Sunday
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: sessions. On PAGE 10 SATURDAY AUGUST 8 1964
1 the three-day
Johnson Lincoln Poitier, R. C. young people in action. They
evening Mrs. R. W.
\ I Tuesday Matthews James Wood andA. will have a musical programin
Puryear was charming and dynamic ..rG C. Smith Mrs. Mary Jen- the afternoon from 4 to '3.
she addressed the
as We are all working towardsour
after
kins is improving nicely
in the place of Dr. Pur-
women Woman's which vlll
Day
being ill last week. She was
year and found who was It impossible out of the to state be ( able to be out of bed in timeto be on the second Sunday in

present. ; / enjoy the annual visit of October.We .
her sister Mrs. Lula Hughes of
all praying for
There was a brief panel discussion Ocilla, Ga. pastor's are wife and all the other our
of the of
4fr"l improvement sick members of Mt. Zion.
the church participation lead- Bros. A. C. Smith and JamesE.
erchip and communications Sharp are still thanking the Hope they will have a speedy

f were some of the topics mentioned A r1f1I captains members and friendsfor recoverly.
their support and coopera-
.
tion on Men s Day. ST. PAUL AME CHURCH
r' Mrs. Janie Poe of Sarasota Among the ten captains reporting -
spoke Wednesday morning and the highest amount Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor
Y Mrs. Lea Cray, reporter
the
I'' one could readily say were:
i t. theme could have been Inter- Dallas Stroud $170.00 Mrs. Bertha Smith is asking
for indeed there were
esting Willie Scott 169.00
to attend ,
I everyone a programon
showers of blessings
V. White 142.00
Ralph
Sunday, 9, 1964 at
Mrs. Irene Pratt Wilder of RevLJ. B. Blacknell 135.00A. 3 p.m. in behalf of Woman's

the Miami loyalty gave envelopes a partial report reportedat of ElderlF.; A. Allen SpeakerAt James. C.; Smith E. Sharp 88.00 86,00Lee Day.The

this and urged all B. Wright 83.00 women of St. Paul are
workers party who have received Jason Beckwith 80.30 making plans for Woman's Day
them to kindly send them in Mt. Hermon I Willie Nicholson 71.00 along with the chairman Mrs.
;.
Theodore Mackey 70,50 Ruth Abrams.
-
and I
as Florida must lead again
again in this project in o u r I We, the members of the biggest I ---.-
great national Baptist Conven- little church in town are

tion. I our proud friends to say F MM 1i e' Laymen Attend 11th

Mrs. Holley made a dynamic August, 0, Is (
plea for the committee of One Men's Day. We I I

Thousand and appealed to the have the finest \
women to pull and to push. that can be I' DistrictConference:
Women are urged to raise as and they are all I
many one hundred dollars per that they can do
person per Missionary Societyand upbuilding of JACKSONVILLE, Fte. -Numerous the proceedings. She expressedher
every church is called on that will cause were the great leadersof gratitude openly to her dele.
,.. to participate by giving $100. see their lights African Methodism in attendance gates and officers for the parts
This money will be earmarkedand Bro. John L. : at the State Laymen's they performed in making the
will be an endowment for man of the Convention which convened convention a success. She Is
the colle ge. most likeable July 22 23, 24 at St. Stephens asking all delegates and lay-
could meet. He AME Church Jaeksonv111e. Fla. men of the South Fla., Confer-
Miss Marie White of Miami
ence Lay Organization to meetin
succeeded Mrs. Holley calling has dedicated Among them were the following regular quarterly session
on the women of Florida not work of the who are among symbols of August 30, at St. James AME
to fail God the Baptists and says that this our South Florida Conference Church, Liberty City, Miami,
Florida. She closed by stating greatest Men's N Organization: Mrs. Irene L. Florida.
a ;
we can do it if we will only Hermon. JA1 conference
Taylor president
with ; The delegates returned to
ask Him. Along
the co-chairman Mesdames Queen West Rosa L. and theme of the convention as

Mrs. Laura Massey of Day- Daniels one who Jackson Louise Byrd, Irene their aim "Lift as We Climb.
tona Beach then paid $100. Mrs. the field of Eagleton Bernice S. Henderson and "Soaring to Higher Goals
Holley reported several $100's vors, but one Margaret Carey, and Mary In Laymanship."
that were given by women of JOSTCPII DANIELS Colden: Messrs. Edward Cherry, I Bernice S. Henderson
the Southern Baptist. Thus Co-chairman E. J. White, Mitchell Augustus .
the committee of one thousand Chairman"K" Paul Jones Sylvester Hender I DAY SPRING CHURCH
became a great feature. in putting over a pro- son, Willie Scott, Samuel T. Rev. William Slater pastor
that is worthwhile. Our Piper Chales W. Terrell, A. L. 2991 NW 62nd Street
The banquet was held in the is well prepared. Men Glenn and St. Elmo Greaux.

spacious dining room and Mrs.J. South Florida will The very efficient and able
H. McKissick, wife of 't h 'e on the program. Aomng the clergy from :the Rev. W. B. Williams preacheda
pastor of First Baptist Church South Fla., Conference were wonderful Sunday
In morning sermon will be Rev. F. E. Allen, elder sermon
St. Augustine delivered the presiding morning entitled "It HappenedOn
by Rev. Dr. Frank A. ,
keynote address. This young of the Miami district; Rev.J. services
woman is among the finest L presiding Elder of the A. Roberts presiding elder of found Calvary the Rev.Evening C. Weather-
speakers in Florida, attractiveand *: District of the AME the N. Miami district; Rev. J.
) At 3 p.m. the Rev. J. B. spoon in charge for our pastor
beautiful she impressed i Blarke presiding elder of who is recuperating In Christian
Blacknell and congregation
those who heard her. the West-Miami district
Rev.
.. ;
., .tt Hospital from an accident.
James AME Church will
?z74 S. A. Cousin Greater Bethel,
j Time and space will not per- and celebrate with us. I i! Miami; Rev. E. M. Blocker Speaking from the subject
mit us to write of ,the blessing Blacknell has promised Greater Allen Temple, Lake "Examine" Me 0 Lord and Try
that we received on the com- this will be a spiritual af- Wales and Rev. J. B. Garmon, Me Rev. Weatherspoon deli-
pus of Florida Memorial Col- ; :; I' Allen Chapel Melbourne. vered a power filled message.
Sr The pastor wishes to thank all
lege.The the evening service our What do I owe to my times members and friends and well-
dentist Dr. G. W. Haw-
early morning worship to my church to my country wishers who have visited him
will be our speaker. This
at 6 a.m. when strains went to my neighbors to schools, and asked your continued
to be my
promises Informa-
forth "I Can Hear My Saviour
to prayers. We the members wish
my bishop and ministers?
and Instructive In all mod-
Calling. Women of Day Spring I Issues. Such were the questions these for our pastor a speedy recovery -
Baptist Churche and others virtuous .
men and asked
from Jacksonville were usuallyon let us all pray for the themselves women t
call for this period of the church as well as each workeddiligently NEW
HOPE BAPTISTRev.
to perform the duties
1JHO. JOHN for our nation. We will see,
Mrs. Sarah and Mrs. Troupeof at the church Sunday. assigned them on the various W. E. Sims pastorA.

Emmanuel Baptist Church committees. L. Stephens, reporter
were efficient in their worK.

Mrs. Troupe was the ,first MACEDONIA BAPTIST EBENEZER METHODISTRev. from Hosting every this conference large delegation In the The fruit of the spirit Is love,
in Florida to contrib-
woman joy peace, patience kindness,
state were the Right Rev. E. C.
Rev. Roscoe
ute $100 toward the scholar- Jackson pastor
Aaron D. Hall Pastor Hatcher goodness faithfulness gentle-
Willie J. and Mrs. Hatcher,
ship fund.A Beard reporter E. Ingram, reporter ness self-control; I against such
3165 NW 56th Street presiding prelates and Rev. J.
visit made to the S. Johnson pastor.At there Is no law. (Galatians 5:
was Services last Sunday, were The public is cordially Invited 22-23.
)
grave of Dr. N. W Collier the high and well attended. The to attend a Fashion
founder of the' college and a pastor was in complete charge; Show'' 'and Tea Sunday, Aug- 11 a.m., Wednesday the The spirit ran high on last
.
prayer was offered that men his text taken from St. Mark ust 9 at 4 o'clock in the social group witnessed a masterful Sunday and our pastor's mes-
would send forth more 10:51.: Subject. Want To See". hall of the church Sponsoredby opening message by Bishop sages touched upon the above
like Dr. Collier who,would give We had two persons that were Choir No 1. The membersof Hatcher. He spoke from First passage of Scripture.Our .
their lives for cause of Christian united with the church. the choir have worked hardIn Corinthian 3rd chapter 9th
education.Mrs. verse. His subject was"Christian Prayer Meeting for revival -
this affair and
The Pastor's Aide Union will planning securing "
Stewardship with his dis- begins August 10 at 7:30
be models. We :
held at Macedonia Sun are sure
on
C o r r i n e Watts day afternoon at 3 that you will enjoy the occa- course being based upon. Fellowship p.m. through the 14th. Revival
who Is employed to pre are p.m.n sion. Friendship Leadership services will be conducted by
young women for Christianservice next Sunday we will Partnership Discipleship the Evangelist Rev. K.
observe church .: S. Wilson -
our anniversary. On last Wednesday night the
In their churches and and Stewardship. He sent his I pastor of Mt. Moriah Mis-
A grand time Is In store for all youth of the church presenteda
community, served as hostessfor that attend audience away with a desire for, sionary Baptist Church Winter
Choice. At
film "Teenager
the house party and dida and an impulse toward spiritu- Park. Preaching begins Mon-

were fine comfortable job in seeing happy.that all ST. MARK BAPTISTRev. this official movie board the members of the churchwas of the al two Improvement.South Fla., Conference dele 28th.day night, Aug. 17 through the

their guest. With the pur-
Dr. F. H.' wright Church in of F. L. Johnson' pastor chasing of projector much enthusiasm The election of officers gave All captains are asked to
Mt Carmel Baptist
Mrs. Ruthle M. Scott
reporter
Gainesville considered to has been expressedby gates Episcopal offices; namely, please make your report this
.
was Sunday Aug. 9 at 3
p.m. a the youth. Mr. A. L. Gleen
he state chaplain, Sunday for the ABC Rally.
be brave man as
a will be
very Recognition Program
The Methodist Men will have and Mrs Bernice S. Henderson
was the only male to attend given for all the young people. change! of class meeting on state director of public rela-, We are happy to have Sis
the party. Special honors will be given to Tuesday night. Please remem- tions. Queen Mary Williams with us

ON TO THE NATIONAL graduates. Mrs. Edna Owens ber the sick and shut-ins witha again who had met with an
BAPTIST CONVENTION will be our mistress of cere- card and a prayer. Sunday Mrs. Irene L. Taylor, Con-4, accident several months ago.
monies. Refreshments will be will be Infant baptism and reception erence president, was very much Let us continue to pray forour
A chartered bus will leave served. of members. Impressed and pleased with sick and shut-Ins.



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District Laymen ZION HOPE BAPTIST BEREA BAPTIST THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.


Plan Frappe Sip 5129 NW 17th Ave. Rev. J. Toles, pastor SATURDAY AUGUST 8 1964 PAjGS IIELK'S
,
Rev. P. Freeman
pastor The Lord is still blessing us

You are invited to a Frappe Our service pt Berea, we had a wonderfulday ..,.. - -- --- -..-.--. -- -- -- _.
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Sip being given by the Miami all day Sunday with 1 last Sunday. Rev. Samplewas
our No.
District Laymen's Organizationat and No. 2 choirs in charge all in charge all day.
New Bethel AME Church, We invite you to come out

Old Cutler Road, Goulds August day.We Sunday, to hear our pastor. We
23 from 3-5 In the after- will be leaving Sundayat think he is a God sent man.

noon. An interesting program is 7:30: a.m. for baptism service. Sunday, will be Communionday
being planned. Mrs. Irene L, \Ve are asking all our membersand morning and evening for
Taylor will be speaker. She is friends to meet us at the the benefit of working peonle. I''
the popular president of the church at the above time. Sister Ruthie Parmer is at

South Florida Conference anda Please continue to pray for home recovering from an oper- y

dynamic speaker. our sick and shut-ins and remember ation. Please pray for all the
Laymen and clergymen of all o our weekly meetings. sick and shut-ins.
denominations from all over Don't forget to visit Berea 1

South Florida are expected to GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Baptist Church, the church of
be in attendance In order that nobility where. everybody issomeboly
they may enjoy this lovely affair Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor and God is all.
Delicious refreshments are G895 NW 14th Ave. GRAND BALL

to be served. See you there.Zack .
Ferguson; district The Adult Choir wishes to Fr. TRANSFIGURATION, ,
ident; Sister Ann Smith, director thank those who worshippedwith On Sunday, past the new
THURSDAY-AUG 27 9:00 P.M.At
them last Sunday and Church of the Transfigurationwas .
those who helped to make the officially dedicated by the ,
FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST service musical and inspiring. Tho Fabulous
Rt. James L. Duncan, D.D.,
Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor The anniversary chairman, Suffragan Bishop of the Dioceseof I
Ruby Lee Carr, reporter I I Mrs. Naomi Smith is asking South Florida The outdoor Miami Beach Convention, Hall

Services were wonderful : that wo attend a meeting on procession began at 10: a.m., TIllS YOU CAN'T MISS
August 11 at the home of Mr.
from the Rainbow Park Elementary -
the with MUSIC WILL Hi: FURNISHED I1V THIS FAMOUS
throughout day ourpastor
J. 1). Fanlel
76!) NW 07th St School, then proceeded -
preaching both morn. 1 I at 8 p.m. to the entrance of the "Lloyd Price and His Big Band"W.
ing and evening sermons.
The pastor and family are church where Bishop Duncan
board The members with Deacon of No.Decker 1 usher T. I I expected back with us on the gave the formal opening. The C. 'Baker, and His Big Band
second Sunday after short
Smart, president, Invites you to but we hope, enjoyable a vacation procession then entered the Bobby Marshall, the Great M. C.
I'o nave of the church and into
its Summer Tea Sunday, Aug. I the sanctuary where the dedication And tho floor show of Clyde Killens Island Club
9, 4 to 0 p.m. at the home of Please remember the sick and
Deacon and Sis. John Conner, services were completedwith THIS IS A BIG NIGHT
shut-ins In ddon't
i' your a n
prayers
the of the Altar
blessing
I ,
1075 NW 49th St. with Sis.
Band MusicNO
Marie Freeman of Zion Hopea welcome forget at 'Grace.you 'are always Altar ornaments, and vesting of the 2 Floor Show INTERMISSION and:\ Continuous

dynamic guest speaker.You .
will miss a treat if you I PROVIDENCE CHURCHRev. The Mass was celebrated by Make your advance reservations for tickets at

fall to hear her. Our congratulations Bishop Duncan assisted by the following places:
extended to the Father Clarke: Vicar, with Mr.
are oncoming C. J. Burney, pastor
Convention Headquarters 1025: NW 2nd Ave.
Arthur Cole and Ellsha S.
wedding of Deacon A, Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter
J. Blakely, chairman of the Clarke: III as Is!, C. Father North's Travel Htmvtu llttl NW 3rd Ave

trustee board to Sis. Hattie P. A good name is better than Clarke: presented a class for Atlas Elk's Lodgn 320 NW 16th Terr.
precious ointment! and the day the This total 30 personsto
year
Brown of St Paul AME Churchon ;
18th Ave
Elk's 0525: NW
Liberty Lodge
Aug. 9 in Harrison, Ga. at of death than the day of one's' join the church this year.
the home of the bride to be lJlrth.-Ecc. 7-1. The class In May was the lar- Gusaio's Drnuty Nook 3710 crow Ave.

parents, Mr. and Mrs. James The spirit of the Lord was gest class presented: in the history It. Ellen Taylor' Cleaner 511 NW 14th BU
Fowler. Our sympathy is extended high throughout the day Sunday of the church. ,
Dt. Ruler Susie Harvey 18010 SW 103rd Ave., Perrine I
to Sis. Gertrude Ross We are looking forwardfor After the service dinners were
and family In the loss of her a fine time Sunday. At 3 served in the Auditorium of
sister in Bollgee Ala. We are p.m. the Young Matrons and Rainbow Park School.. We wishto

continuing in prayer for our tho YWA will sponsor a tea. A thank the many friends who 1r.Y .JT.f'.r.Jr.t1\'J'.1r.r .6.6.JDrJ'l'l'JInnrTf.Jr.JI: : ..JI.;r.. IT. .,JYJr"i i i
sick and complete shut-ins fine program is in store for Joined with w on this glorious

that they will get well real you. You, you and you are invited occasion especially) the many

soon. We are so elated over our members from our sister Theresa Florist
many visitors each week. Our Continue in prayer for the churches In the Deanery. Our r \ I II
very fine efficient pastor, officers sick and those who are grievedover honored guests were Mr. and
and members Join this the loss of loved ones. Airs Charles Broward, Mr and 10IU" I
reporter in saying you are always Mrs. George Root, architects; ( 4hL "Since
welcome. MT. CALVARY CHURCH Mr. and Mrs Alfred Frentzen,
Come to church, have your Deanery director of the Episcopal ARTISTIC ARRANGEMENTS
faith lifted. Constance Carter, reporter Churchwomen; Mrs. A.
Ilev. S. Atchison pastor Travers Ewell, past presidentof FOR ALL OCCASIONS

ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. Sunday, August 9, the Youth the Episcopal Churchwomenof
will render service. As usual, the Diocese; Mrs. Henry C. NOW MILES AWAY FROM 11ICJII I'llIGUH
O. W. Foster, pastor they will be their best. Won't Turner, secretary of bishop
Bro. Casey Graham, reporterThe you encourage them Uy attending Duncan; Mr. Greenbaum, president SPECIALIZING IN-

Male Chorus will observeIts worship service. of American Plumbing

anniversary starting Friday The anniversary programfor Supply Co. Miami Little Beach;river Mr. Weddings Artificial Shipping

night with a musical program.It our pastor will end at 3 Russell Troutman, Sprays
will climax on Sunday at 3 p.m. Sunday, August 9. Help Post Office. We welcome you Hospital Bouquets Prices
p.m. with the Rev. J.V. make this a great day,for our and say won't you please come Anniversaries Special Group
Stephenson, guest speaker. pastor by attending the pro- back and worship with us again. ForOrganizations
will celebrate
The annual church picnic gram.Please. On Sunday, wo Banquets Schools
Patronal Festival ser-
7th
will be held this Saturday at remember our sick our Mass 0 Funeral Designs And Churches
vice with Solemn High
and shut-ins for them
Virginia Key Beach Transportation pray at
will leave the church at and by all means visit them. and sermon with procession
COMPARE OUR VALUES LOWEST PRICES
I J 10:30::$ a.tn. At 5 the Pa -
9 a.m. SALTER'S CHAPEL i tronal Festival Fellowship hour HOW WM 1)0 IT??
Sunday worship will be under .
the leadership of our associate program.Tonight is the night. The We own our hulldinir. There is no rent due
Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor
Starting minister Monday night there Flossie Marshall, reporterS Second Annual Patronal Festi- We Pass This SAvings on to You
val Dance at the Biscayne Ter-
will be a week of prayer meeting rvices began with Sunday race Starlight loom at 0 p.m. PROMPT DELIVERY FLOWERS BY WIRE
.
at the church.We School and its large attendanceof tickets $1.50 tables free. Music
are still urging all parentsto young people. The lesson Call our experienced staff Dial 634-1087
their children to Jun-
send and discussed at BAPTISTMarie
was taught MT. CARMEL
ior Church on Monday at 5 DESIGNERS -
In the 11
great length. a.m.
pm They will observe Youthay I service; Ilev, Smith brought the hedge, reporter Homer Hawkins G. Herbert! Turner

Speakers on Sunday for, August the occasion 10. message from St. Matthew 20:17: 225 NW llth Terrace (Mrs) Arthesa I). Hubert, Prop
subject: Apartness. I The pastor, officers and
will be Gwendolyn Jones< and Visitors were: Mrs. Annie L, members are Inviting you and 5260 N.W. 32nd Ave. Phone 634-1087
Lillie Mae Jones two of our
to attend our ten nights
Smith, Mrs. Leola Thompson, yours
young people. Mrti.: Ferguson, and a guest revival beginning Monday ... UDD.UM. X X MM
The men have started to pianist, Mrs Dora Bradley, August 17 It will be conducted
work toward their Men'g Day the Rev Smith serves In the by Rev. Rogers of tho Mt. .
Observance. Bra Jessie Hill, : Olivette Baptist Church of
absence of our pastor who was
chairman, Bro. Alfred Ram- attending his brother's South Miami. We are asking for
beau, co-chairman, Bro. Casey away New Jersey the full support of the entire What
Graham, chairman. funeral In Englewood -) About Wigs? .,
program Sister Ada Alexander and church. Inspiring messageswere
Visitors are always welcome. delivered last Sunday at
bedside
Pray for and visit the sick. daughters are away at the both services.
of her sick mother. Mrs,
Juanita Shepherd is at her We send up special prayersfor Why not consult your beautician?
ST. MARY'S W. M. mother's bedside. Miss Lizzie our sick and shut-las: Sis.
Smith is the chairman
Jessie
,
Rev. H. V. Stuart, Pastor. Alexander the daughter Alexander of will Mr.,1 of ourIoman's Day and she Your beautician can give you the true
Bro. Graham reporterOur and Mrs. Surie
Casey Is asking the full cooperationof 1
ended his be married 'here Sunday, August all the members for a suc- \
pastor vaca- 23, at 4 p.m. story. After all who should know
iton All the members cessful day.
Saturday. School had their
were glad to have him The Sunday Virginia It is good to send your child- better than beautician?
picnic Wednesday, on your
back. He brought us a vcr y the ren to Sunday School It Is
10 all
Beach. Come August ; better to bring them Pleaselet JIB
timely, inspiring message.
with the
pastor
delegates along
The Junior choir will furnish us see you there each Sunday -
Tri-State Convention
will he at the -
music during the morning ser; .
.
.
vice. No. 2 choir will furnish --- --
Sunday, 3 p.m. a program -
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music during the night ser- I
will be sponsored by Mrs.

vice.The ways and means com- Ann Gunter" theme "ClassicsIn FOR RENTNew Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
out
Come and helpus
at 5p.m. Religion.
mittee will meet Sunday
please. Don't forget the sick, 3-kedrowH. laWN
All members are asked to "MR. JACK"
be out to this meeting.Th pray for their recovery.
Male Chorus will cele- NORTH MIAMI BEACH FOR

brate Its anniversary August ST. MATTHEW'S will CHURCH begin STYLES FOR ALL AGES
Revival meeting Deposit Required
23 at 3:30: The p.m. public with a Is musical invit- Monday, August 10, at the The Very Latest in Men's Fashions
,
program. church 2014 NW 5th Ct. Ourguest MICKIN8' RENTAL
ed. Albert Carey direc
Bro. minister will be the Rev.L. SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS

tor.Our Women's Day chairmanand C. Hlne of Waycross, Ga. AGENCY ITALIAN SHOES
Services will begin each even-
make her committee this Woman's are Day strivingto one ing for 10 nights at 7:30: Come NE 4-0500 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Floridir !

of the best in the history of one, come all; you are Invitedto
St. Mary's. this old time revival. ,. .. -






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ALIERT CARD OF THANKSIn

MEMORIALS .. PEA THS heartfelt gratitude
CARDS MRS SARAn JACKSON, The family of the lateMRS.
3825 Oak died In Jackson:
AveJ
Mem. 28 ServIces

were conducted Tuesday 3 p.m.
Iii THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. IN MEMORIAMThis In! the Coconut Grove chapel,
Rev. Rogers officiated, wIth] !
. PAGE 12 SATURDAY* AUGUST 8, 1964 Is in remembrance: :of the burial in Paradise. Surviving

late, are 2 sons, Nathaniel and Howard .. ,'t ",
I. LIZA DEAN Jackson; four sisters and* '

g r """'. -- who passed away a year ago several others including M r. .,:

IN .. today, August 5, 1963. Green Mitchell, uncle. .y't ;.,-?,

In loving memory 'I tY! Altho she has been put to LOLLIAMS of 501., l QeM,. r.. ""i! ,

band and our father ; rest *to Join the heavenly stars, N.W. 27th Ave., Pompano, died .
father:, I she is still here with deep mem- July 27. His survivors are his '..tt :A1' ,
AUSTIN ;: ories from her daughterinlaw. wife Daisy 5 sons 2 daughters t ;
who this ; !/'r :; ;" '
departed \
t\ mother and father, Rev. a n' ;d {...
?,\ 9, 1962. > Florence Dean Fauntlerry;; Mrs. R. W. Williams of Macon;?'' Jl .. .:-t \ ::tI1' t':..
grand children, Bernice Dean Ga. 2 aunts Mrs. Viola Brown '..?" W. ''f'' ..'. { 1' <
"Only God knows :l ,, :; ..
White and family Ollle Dean and Mrs. Ethel Smith 4 uncles=' : / it, :
WQ miss you, never ; 1 .
.
family it. t. ,if. '
and
Crawford and great ft .
an'i d. { _
memory fade. Elonza, Cleo, Clemmon : :, '
children of New York ..11"' 1t .f'J. '. "
grand "
William Williams. Services wer< 1.
,I shall always ....A.. "f ..\ < .of.
,
City. held 1 1 at The.Unit -', r.
: spot where you Aug. p.m. ,', .
The Higgs ed Spiritual Prayer Temple / }!\,t > '. 1if t 1; >;

Dania, with burial In Evergreen 2t ': .' 1i '<, q1
4 |IN MEMORIAMIn I ,;;/ h... 't ::, :
11: ', '(iiIvt'y\'!!
OF : .....L J
CARD loving memory of our beloved WILLIE JOSEPH JONES 711
\ Father N.W. 5th Ave., died in JackSonHosp. FRANCES ANN GIBSON
The family of the Miamian July 29. Services will be< SYMONETTEwish

f r s, conducted Monday, 1 p.m. in
afi5a'f r' trK 3 to express their sincere
the chapel. His wife, Mrs. Kath thanks and appreciation for all
erine Jones; brother, John Rog-
forms of condolences, florals
Simon Peter Johnson
ers, and 2 sisters of Dayton
deeds afforded them during
and and
to Miami in 1907
came Ohio, survive. He may be view. their bereavement.Mrs. .
seen Miami grow from a ed in the chapel Sunday after
village to the Metropo- noon. ; Frances Symnette diedat

'7 __________________ passed Community Memorial away Nursing that at the it 'Honj is Lin-to- y;, ROBERT HOWARD, a former 11. law the and residence daughter of, her Rev.son-in-and

_
MiamIan, died in Newwark, Mrs. T. J. Crutchfield after a
b Tuesday at ,ft p.m
? N.J., July 28. Services ere long illness at 806 Thomas St.,

leaves to mourn his held Wednesday in the chapel, Key West, Monday, July 27.

\, two daughters, Mrs Rev. Jas, A, Grisby ,pfflclating}! Mrs. Symonette, affectionately -
I .. Weems and Mrs. Susan : '- A He is survived by ,a.son andL:g : called by many "Ma Fanny"
t ; 0 f New York City : daughter; mother, Mrs. Lula came to Miami many years 'ago

grandchildren, seventeen Howard; 2 sisters, Mrs. Emma and operated a dress shop on
grandchildren and three Lou Brown and Miss Fannie Second Ave. (then known as
grandchildren, five Mae Howard. Ave. G). She later sold real J
Y and a hose of neices and $et estate to many other early arrivals -

two sisters-in-law MR SOL BLOCKER, 332 to Miami.In .
Mt
d one brother-in-law, NT.W. 19th St.. died a t home the early 2U's on 5th Court
Johnson, and many Aug.: 1. A resident of this area she operated her business and
sorrowing relatives and bL For 40 years and a memWer of lived next door which is still

.,, Funeral Services will _ Greater Israel Bethel P. B. being operated by her son, Vin-
.._ at 3 p.m.. o'clock Sat- Church all of this time where cent. In 1937 she retired to
.J afternoon at St. Mary's MR. LEROY BENTLEYwho funeral services will be conducted Key West where she residedon
FRANKIE }eyan Methodist Church this life August Saturday at 2 p.m.l.Rev. Thomas St. untdl departingthis
departed
Harold V. Stuart Pastor P. D. Brantley pastor. He is life.
I Acknowledges with Francis Funeral Directors 4, 1963. Love can never lose and survived by his widow, Mrs. She is survived by two
love will dream
preciation your Its own yet Susie Blocker 3 sisters 3 brothers Clara Belle
; daughters, Mrs.
faith will trust since He who
sions of sympathy. and 1 aunt. He will lie in Carey of Miami and Mrs. Miz-
knows need is just that
thanks. We are our repose: In the chapel from 1p.m. pah S. Crutchfield of Key West;
were unable to get a OF THANKS somehow, somewhere, meet we Friday and in the church two sons, Vincent G. and JohnC.

liter of addresses to must.Daughters Greene at 7 a.m. Saturday. .; one son-in-law, Rev. T. J.
Bernyce
,
personally for
ters, cards, flowers, and Louise Jones and Family TONEY SAFFO, 4 year old Crutchfield Mrs. Mary,Symonette a sister-in-law Coconut

other acts of son of Mrs. Alberta Saffo, was Grove, 11 grand children, 25
always be grateful. CARD OF THANKS the; victim of a hit-run auto great grandchildren( six great-
accident August 1. H e lived great grandchildren, 12 nieces,
'We the family of the late, with his grandmother, Mrs seven nephews and a host of
IN EARL J. SMART Rebecca Hall at 1501 N.W. 59th cousins and friends.
wish to thank all of our many 3t. and Is also survived by 2 The body was viewed at the
In memory of a friends and neighbors who brothers, 2 sisters, 3 aunts and residence, 800 Thomas St. from
and sister CARiuE: LEV came to call during our time of 3 uncles. Arrangements are 630: p.m. Friday until 0:00: Sat-
lfI'f.
kY incomplete.
Af bereavement.We urday morning.
who this
departed : also wish to thank those Services were held In the
8, 1963. who furnished cars, sent food, LEE HOWARD HOLSEY form of a Requiem Mass Sun-

"There's an open cards and flowers. dIed suddenly at home 2320 day, Aug. 2, at 10 a.m., at St.
end of the road, Very special thanks go to N \V. 62nd St., August 3. His Peter's Episcopal Church, Fr.
each must go alone, N Rev. I. C. Mlcklns and Fran- wife, 8 daughters, 5 sons, I John Henry Reese, vicar, offi-
mother, 2 brothers' and an aunt
in a light we con cis Funeral Home. ciating.Burial.
I Father claims His The Family survIve. Arrangements are Incomplete was In the family plotat
: City Cemetery. The Frances
I May she rest in Funeral Home was In charge.
eternal light shine IN MEMORIAM MRS. BESSIE DAVIS, 603

Joseph Lavarity In loving memory of my clear N.W. 14th St., mother of Mrs. RANGE
Isabelle Pierce, sister and our'aunt, Florese Williams and Mrs. Clara .
Bertha Mae, ALICE HOOKS B. Darby, died at home Aug. NATHANIEL ROLLE, of
Mary Hill, Marie who departed this life August 4 I following an extended perIodof 7211 NW 16th Ave., died on Au-
erine Odom, Doris 0, 1963. > illness. Other survivors are gust 1 at Jackson Memorial
Mitchell-daughters "Yet your'e gone, but the 7 grandchildren and 2 great- Hospital following a brief period
family of the late Wil- love and sweet memories in grandchildren. Services were of illness. Mr. Rolle, a resident
Joseph, Jr.. E. Sharpe wishes to ex- our hearts still linger on. held Thursday 3 p.m. In the of Miami for more than 49

and Rudolph- sincere, appreciation' ,, for Ethel,,Thompson, sister chapel, Rev. S. A. Cousin of- years, will be remembered by
Two sisters and expressions of 'sympathy Melvin' Thompson, nephew ficiated. the; pioneer citizens, having
the off bereave-
period Mae Thompson, Twylea come here from his home in
Please accept our sincere Wearen and Mae Alice MRS. CARRIE BELLE Exuma, in the British West

IN for the sympathetic Berry, niceses AVANT, 10050 6.W. 107th Terr., Indies, in the year 1914. He is
'ges, flowers, telegrams I PerrIne, died in Jackson Mem. his
wife
by Evelyn,
In loving splendid services rendered
iosp.. August fSheJs? survived Iwo
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sons, Livingston, and WellIngton -
dear Mother
schools, organizat IN MEMORIAM by her husband, Mr. John three daughters Mrs.
neighbors and friends. W. Avant
The Family In sad, but loving memory of Jane and Loreatha; 2 daughters, Mary yhltlean Wright, Mrs. Nellia
Avant and 1
our dear mother, :Lewis, and Barbara Rolle; and
.J niece
Services will b
SARAH DAVIDSONwho e helcT
.Oicrandchildren. Services will
Monday. I
departed this life August Chapel A.M.E.- 4 p.m.Church.Announcement'at. Hurst.- ue :held today, August 8, at 10
OF THANKS 3, 1958. a.m., at St. Peters African
I,, Gone but not forgotten. v Orthodox Church with Rev.
: family of the late May, she rest in peace and ']' f\' 'Canon Cooper officiating.

ALLEN h. ... .
f MRS. JANIE light perpetual shine upon !r. 1-:i ti
departed this life July 19th Altamease C. Jones, Dght. Funeral for the late guitar JESSIE LEE BROWN, of
\ to take this method to ex Lucy M. Teate, Dght. Johnson, who departed Saturday 044 NW 66th St., died at Jackson -
sincere thanks and ap Eugene Davidson Jr., son Aug. 1, at Memorial Hospital ? Memorial August
Hospital on -
> will be held
for' cards, flowers, Sunday,
2. Mr. Brown native of
Aug. 9 at 1:30: Mt. Methodist a
donations, and all p.m. at -
NOTICE .Ala. resided In Miami
kind geestures of sym- DEATH > Church with Rev. B. enterprise -
since 1924. His survivors
be RILEY of Franklyn giving the eulogy.
shown ,during our ,MRS. ELEANOR
> include his wife, Mattie Lee
a
4500'SAVTJ 28th St. Holloywood He leaves to mourn Mrs.
brother, Charles, two sisters,
Catherine
Johnson Wal'er'and
Fla., died Thursday, July 30, ,
thanks to the Alfred Mrs. Mattie Richburg and Mrs.
many in Memorial Hospital Holly- sons, and Donald, the
and neighbors of W. lovely little daughter. Essie Mae Petty. Services will
wood Fla. after periodof
long
: Mt. Sinai Baptist Illness. Surviving a are her E. A. Stevens Funeral Home be> held Saturday, at 4 p.m. with
Miami, and auxiliaries sisters Is' in charge.,, Rev. E. Jackson, assistant pastor -
husband Fred Riley, two of Mt. Zion officiating.
and friends. Also our
Mrs. Corrine.. McNeal, and Mrs.
Rev. S. A. Thomas fox Harris children
Dorothy JR.; 9 Baby Boy Smith died shortly
uplifting and Inspiring eu- '-grandchildren, 2 aunts, 1 RANOR; .after his birth at Jackson Hos-
.
other
uncle and sorrow-
many
and Range Funeral Home friends. pital. His parents are Mr. and
Ing relatives and INFANT ROGER COCK RAN Ira., Charlie Smith.
MRS. GUSSIE Staff for the loyal services will be held Graveside
.-;Fttfcerpl 110 services 8th. two day old son off Mr. and services held August,6.
Saturday M m. August
,
i
who departed this x at ,Central- tJBaptist Church Mrs. Ernest Cochran died Aug.
; r ; : 3,. 1969. How sweet I God bless each of you West-Hollywood Fla. With Do- 1st at Jackson Memorial Hos- Infant Boy Rivera? Goulds,
> Clarence and Dea. and Mrs. J. D. Allen -. pital> Graveside services held died August 5. Graveside services -
r a '-' and Sons and Family bard Funeral Home In charge. Thursday August 6th. will be August 10.




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SALEBest I FOR SALE 1 AIRYtu1 til> 1uNnmtaAi: SATURDAY, AUGUST s, i$64 PAIGE 13

I TEN is open for registration THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
Manor
location In Park
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Children of all BROS.. Knee pick
CBS, tile roof, carport, large up land delivery 10' futher inforntuflrtrt .
fended yard, Immaculate Inside NEW AREA special CDS like call Airs. Ruth Scott
and, out. Price Is ,$10,200, $350 new 3-bedroom 2-bath home at t54-5363. tT53 NW 10 Ave.
down and $64 month Life $200 down, $G9 month. Key at
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL News Realty I tic., 4740 NW 7th CORRECTION Dr. Jay Gutierrez
01371.iARGI7.I'AMIL'1 Ave, PL 4-OG6& The rooming house on 218

HEM; WAfcfrtttt NW 11th St. is owned and man-
4-bedroom aged by Joe P. Smalley and
beauty, CBS, near 'school, biW\ wife, Jeanie Mae Smalley. c>jt '
shopping. $11,700; includeseverything MASTER 13At1l E fl. Liberty ZZOO iyV36 Ph, 6344117
plus D.P..Open Sunday City Area If able to process, JtEtJI' WANTED
1-5 p m. 6940 NW ft Ct. Fett- good; Wut not necessary. NE SALESMAN or Saleswomab,
ster Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. 079. A15 good commission, NA 4-0157*
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LARGE FAMILY' AttentionAttention!!
FOR ,BEAUTICIAN&: Senior operators -
estate, 3-bedrooms, 2 baths ,: to work in a beautiful, redecorated --
CBS plus extra CBS ) shop. Owner will DYNAMICREVIVAL
double lot. A must to see, also rent or lease. Bronze Beauty SEE'' THE FABULOUS NEW
suitable for a professional per-t :Shop, 4656 NW 27th Ave. Ph. .
son. Drive by then call for appointment -> ,NE 4-406 J. W. S. Sullivan
1291 NW 40 St:

Feinter Realty, Broker, PL APPRENTICE and Master Bar "Sunshine Homes"Now
9-8779. ber. Apply at 1262 NW 62nd :
SERVICEBeing
St., or call NE 5-4079. A15 .. ,
NEW AREA! 3-bedrooms, 2
baths, only $67 month, move Open For Public Display
right In. plus small down pay- FOR RENT

ment. Fenster Realty, Broker, PRESIDENTIAL Gardens .
Apts.Miami's
9-8779. New Low Down Payment
.PL ".d newest and finest) 749 .
NW 60th St. Sept. 1 occupancy Open Everyday Including Sun. 2.6 :
p.m.
SOUTH MIAMI SPECIAL: .JK 1-6902.
large 3-bedroom, 2 bath, corner I These homes have everything
beauty. Only $85 month, plus a 1-BEDROOM furnished apt. 4 new you

small down payment, no qualifying Air 'conditioned, large rooms, want Mr. and Mrs. Home Buyer. See
,
move right In. Fenster quiet.neighborhood, 1231 NW 77
Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. Terr. Adults only, need refer- them!
ences. Also have 1 and 2 bedrbom -
SOUTH MIAMI: 3-bedroom, 2 ; unfurnished
apts.
bath, home on 80x100 lot, FHA L. v !.. .
approved, only $500 down, -:
$12 WEEK, partly furnished
clean as a pin. A real beauty, cottage, free water and lights, Location of these new homes:
don't miss this one. Fenster 4528 NW 33rd Ave.
Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779.

NEW 2-BEfDRDOM apartment. N.W.
3041 69th Terra'Street.
HOME, POOL. CBS Cabana 143 3195 NW 50 Sti Wood floors, .
NW 47th Terr. Lot 100x120, 3 tile bath, oven and range supplied
air conditioned bedrooms, 2% free water, $25 week. HI
baths, modern kitchen appli-- 3-1119.
ances. Perfect outdoor living. 1132 N.W. 37th
Must) see. $5,000 down, FR LOVELY 1-bedroom house, big .

3-4548. fenced yard, $20 week, small
family only. Will apply rent to Held At
CHEAP LOT in famous Sea purchase If desired. NE 5-5566. EXCLUSIVE BY
New Hope Missionary
freeze Estates, Nassau Village.
Nassau, Bahamas. Call 983-4022. LOVELY EFFICIENCY for 1 Baptist Church
News Inc.
West Hollywood,. Realty
oerson. $15. Nicely furnished, 6600 NW 16th Avenue ,
hot and cold water Included.NE .
LIVE RENT FREE, $8,500 full COMMENCINGAUGUST '
price, $1,000 down, 1221 NW 32 5-5566. 10 14 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
St. 2 houses plus owner's apt.
building and 2-bedrooms, 3 LARGE FURNISHED 1-tted- Prayer Services
or 4-bedrooms 2 baths in front room apt. Water, gas and elec- AUGUST 17-28
bath In rear building. All fur- tricity free. $19 week 2221 NW Preaching Services
!57th It. Apt. 6.
nished.
Very good location.
REV. K. S. WILSON
Walk then call to Mr.everything.Forss to Drive see. Eves by 1-BEDROOM In NW section. Revivalist Ford Realty, Specials!!

and Sunday, MU 8-3852, R. A Light, gas, hot) and cold water. Plan to attend this Great
Mueller, Realtor, PL 1-2401. week.Settled PL man 1-8905.preferred. $10 per Meeting and hear this BACK TO SCHOOL OFFERIN'CSBEST

wonderful minister
NO CLOSING COSTS Florida BUYS OF THE YEAR I 11 I
room, enclosed front porch ROOM. Very nice young lady Rev W. E. SIMS, PallorAPARTMENTS'
to share room, 2922 NW 59th
garage, awnings, stove and refrigerator St. 6356737.tBEDRooM. -- EXCEPTIONAL OFFERINGS: 3-bedrooms, 2-baths,
"' -
Price is $9,500, $300
down and $77 month. Life Realty APT. $15 week. Florida room. ABSOLUTELY BRAND NEW! Ideal
4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371.
location. See them and call
Adults only. MU 1-7001, Opalocks. us.
Open evenings and Sunday.
$16.50 and $18 Weekly 635 NW 49th STREET
LOVELY 1-bedroom apt., private ; '. 1126 NW 51st TERRACE
NO CLOSING bath In nice home. 925 NW
COSTS CBS
Unfurnished'' '
duplex, 2-bedrooms each side !52nd St. PL 74767.FURNISHED : I Open for inspection Sunday 1-6 p.m.
tile roof, appliances, with only All ground floor, and others in CITY WATER, areas WE HAVE
$600 down you can live rent bedroom apt. .. ', .. KEYS GLAD TO PICK YOU UP.'
:Tree as the monthly paymentsare Large room, cool, quiet, no 5 acres of paradiseq
: only 8975. Life Realty. children. $20 week, 1323 NW ..).'i. e -. Y
( '''' '
4932! NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371.I 58 Terr. : EE -'
(Open evenings and Sunday. ,OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY FROM 1 to 6 pm. 325 NW
BEAUTY PARLOR. 6610 Johnson.NW 15 2474 N* Sth St. 46th Street.' For the Well qualified buyer. A beau.
Ave. OX 1-4657. Dodd
'NO QUALIFYING 2-bed- ,tiful 2-bedroom, custom built home. Exquisite Fla.

rooms, enclosed front porch, Call 885-1589 room and large garage.'
'appliances. Very good loca- .-A classified ad!
"tlon in Manor Park. Price Is Au8 .--
$7,500, $500 down and $70 per Best Method to Sell!
month. Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 ys sxu SEE THESE TERRIFIC BUYSI!! LIVE RENT
Ave. PL 9-4371. Open evenings? f FREE TREMENDOUS INCOME

and Sundays ;ly*| '*" Open For Inspection 1360 NW 46th STREET

11. 1370 NW 46th STREET
NO CLOSING COSTSJ ay Saturdlaly/ and Sunday
fijt 3.3 pjm
terms; Enclosed fronttand': ear d -. 327 NW 59th Street $1,000 down payment NO QUALIFYING

porches freshly! separate painted garage.inside Houses land Two bedroom and Florida room can be used) for 3rd -+-

out. Floor refinished,.1St t.o 'IV e bedroom all rile features, fenced yard, carport and $500 DOWN PAYMENT'NO QUALIFYING BUYS

';and$200 refrigerator down and $77_,Price,.per.$9,500 month,, a yard like *, park. Only $400 down, low FHA ANYONE OF THESE HOMES

Life Realty, 4932: ..NWP7 AWi1' monthly paymas.ACTION. 6998,'NW 20th Avenue-3-bedrooms, 1 bath, modern
PL 9-437L Open Sunday, fade REALTY kitchen.
evenings., .- ,* -. ,
.. ,f E. Harry Denny, Realtor 754-0483 816 NW 46th Street 4 bedrooms, '2'' baths' 1"Onen ,* i
house Sunday 1-6 p.m. '
LIVE RENT FREE Reauti-.
ful like new. CBS duplex 2-'I ZEST 4001 NW Alb Avenue Large 3-b""rjwm home.

bedrooms on each side, $450{ 7021 NW 6th Court 2.bedroom, 2, baths.
down and monthly payment of
$85 is so low that the rent SPECIAL PURCHASE -.
from side will It all.
one
Life Realty, 4932 NW pay 7 Ave. 956x1. AND MANY OTHw: AVAILABLE' FOR, THE
PL 9-4371. Open evenings and RUBS AVFRACE FAMILY

Sundays. .....$2.'. sal Open every day! fncIuHfn' Saturday and Sunday
.
1
....f 7\\" ,..D.'.. '5dr all day
CBS 3-bedroom, Fla. room oak
floors and carport on closing '
cost $350 down $79 per month. I Ford Realty Inc. '
FHA terms. Key at News Real AIXAPATTAHFURNITURE J
ty Inc. 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL ,
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4-0655. BXCllANtiB4fO Nir sAYL,A'.& _
-- 569 N.W. 54th Street 758-8761


floors LOVELY, tile CBS roof 2-bedroom and appliances oak sa : = N.W. 11Iiwar" ti
$350 doHTJ. $72 per month. FHA Hr. f.13S4-OUHlfcMlYIAR_
terms. K ry at News Realty Inc.47591fw A Time9 Ad Can Sell Anything. See ualdon !
7th Ave; PL, 06581

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r PAGE 14 SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1964 Pan Phun Centerville Kindergarten

"" '"' by Phil OssoferWe ANNOUNCES ITS OPENING,

1 1Y!Y ......_.. ._. JI...._._._._.. August 31,1964AT

: LET'S TALK POLITICSBy know that the sun Is the 5932 NJW. 17th AVENUE
life-giver of the earth. WithoutIts YOU MAY REGISTER NOW
light and heat nothing For Information Call: "

:\ NORMAN E. JONES exist could at grow all. and no life could 61.7796 634.5867 or 696-3802

Historical BackRound of the Negro In Politics, the Church What many people do not Mrs. Ruth E. Copeland, supervisor
-, nnd Fraternal Organizations know Is that: without the Sun Certified :teacher, experienced in training
of Truth, (God,) our souls could young children A29
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"'- --- ---- not prosper and grow. This
of the clo-I who recognized the genius of great spiritual ,sun is far more
With the adoption
important to mankind, for it
ture rule In the U.S. Senate the Senator Russell for organizing '
fosters eternal growth and life t11i
and formedthe
the Southern Bloc .
current of Senators from
crop
not Just the temporal life on
the Southern. States became 'Unholy Democrats Alliance and of Northern Southern this earth. BAND INSTRUMENT SALE

obsolete.The limiting of debate sounded Republicans which played havoc The Rays of the Eternal How-Sun I ALL BRANDS ,I
shine
death knell for the filibustering with Civil Rights; and Labor upon us ceaslnsly.
the
SAVE
ever, many souls hide In the 30% WITH THIS AD
tactics of Southern in the Senate.
: Legislation
shade refusing the full bene-
:
to defeat Civil rights:
]Senators legislation and assured the The Republican Bloc teamed fit of the Rays, which are the SCHOOL APPROVED I
Senate passage' of the Civil with the Southern: Democrats to Christ lights sent down by God ACE DISCOUNT CENTER
Rights Bill pending before the help them defeat Civil Rights to make us grow spiritually.A .
bodY for nearly three months. and they In turn called on the rich farmer may be said to & Ig
Since for the four decades Southern bloc crowning achieve have taken full advantage of DRUM CITY"., :MIAMI, FLORIDA
re, when attempts have 'been madeto ment of this alliance. the growing power of the phy-
pass strong Civil Rights; Legislation sical sun, but if he has rejected g 7600 N.W. 7th AVENUE 759-8581 |
beginning with theAntlLvnchlng With the .passing of Taft, the or I Ignored the benefits of ,
Bills back In the leadership of this allianre fell the Spiritual Sun, he exempli-' rJ AnUS B
early '20's Southern Senators on the mantle of the Georgia fles Christ's statement recorded ,.. ... ...J.A .
and Congressmen have based Solon, who was quick to seize In Matthew 19:24: : "And ,
their campaigns for election and the responsibility and the Inherent again I say unto you, It Is .
easier for a camel to go throughthe I
re-election on their successfful power vested In the
efforts: to defeat any and all leadership of this alliance and eye of a needle than for a
Civil Rights Legislation; now to use It for his own purpose. rich man to enter" Into thQ Lincoln Fitlds Apartments
that they have at at last failed Soon: Dick branched out to kingdom of God.
they are expendable and should Include not only Civil Rights Peter, poor In earthly goods,
'be retired either voluntarily or Legislation but all legislation to was made eternally rich for he 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
by the voters as :their useful- come before the Semtp had to received the direct Christly
ness and effectiveness Is at an have the personal blessings of : Rays of the Heavently Sun. .
has ordained that
end.The Dick Russell if It hoped to pass Our Creator
leader of the Southern in any workable form and Dick we may enjoy the earthly Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments
fruits nurtured the physical
Bloc the venerable 'Old War- became the 'man to see' to get Uy
Features
horse of the Senate Dick Russell anything accomplished In the sun, but what would it pro- Offering Many
of Georgia, should be the fit us if our souls remain hid-
Senate. FREE OA?
first to resign and hang up his! den In the darkened caves of
toga: and retire,to :the backwoodsof I I He parlayed this political godlessness, thus condemning Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Cat Store
Georgia to pass away his remaining I Dower of the Alliance until he ourselves to eternal poverty? )
:' years reflecting over became a member of the most Newly Painted Venetian Blinds
his past glories and victories In Important committees, saw to Learn; about Makeupand Washing Machines Laundry Rooms
spearheading the defeat of the appointment of those on
previous Civil Rights Legi 'I his 'team' to other key posts CosmeticsMiami Free Parking Auto hot water reater'
slation. and personally held the powerful Filtered
For the great Influence he chairmanship of the Armed Darber College, 14th Free Garbage Disposal water
wielded In the Senate In previous I I Services Committee which con- St. and 2nd Ave., will present
,' years is no more and he trolled all Military and Defense tonight at 8.00: p.m. a free demonstration CARETAKERS ON PREMISES
should be !the first to realize Budgets. of Make-Up and
this, as a veteran politician who But now that the cornerstoneof Cosmetics. This demonstrationis ..-......_. o ...__...... .
has seen many fellow Senators his power ''has crumbled, being held In connectionwith
come and go; he knows that Dick Is no longer the 'wheel- the opening of the Miami Weekly Rate
once you commit yourself to an horse' and those' who have Barber College' Wig'' Salon. Con-
all out fight without com- been taking orders from him nie Garrett, the noted Costmes- $14.50 1-bedroom' $18.50 2-bedroom Apt.
promise, and lose, you are for so long are just as anxiousto tologlst will conduct this free
through as a political leader. ignore his orders and no demonstration come early, here Renting Office open every May Phone OX 1.8862
He achieved his greatness on longer does he have the magic is I a chance to improve your
She same formula and Inevitably touch. \ make-up technique. MI'ir.1I"r'IrArf.T'II,dY'rrrR'r RKltr71crKlctFor .-..

the he rules too must succumb to Where he was,formerly look- 0-----ccccc_ __ ___ __ -_-__ -__--_ -_ -_ _-_ -_-__--_ ___-__- -----.
himself
he
very helped ed upon In awe, he Is now look-I
formulate. It was Dick Russell ed upon with pity which Is The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
who forged the loosely only a step or two from ridi- I
knit Southern Bloc Into an effective cule and :the gentleman from
senate political mach- could
Georgia' never endure > wf
ine which dominated senateaction that, so he has no alternativebut
on ,all legislation In any to resign and go home before tAL
way unpaltable to the I South for the voters of his beloved J BONDED q
many years.It state of Georgia write his resignation \
was the late Senator Bob i for him at the polls
Taft, known as Mr. Republican, his next time out.

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Phone FR 4-2044 Plus a fleet of cars giving door t* door service for tenant convenience

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SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1964 PAGE 15
O-REE AT MANOR


Spearing ,PARK. \

t District 10 of the Sou t h

Florida Council, Inc, Boy
With Scouts of America will hold 1ts
Sports final summer activity-Scoum
Sport-O-Ree August 17B

n Bjr HARRY SPEARMamarelli at Manor Park.

y . This activity will Include
Scout Craft demonstration. Out-

and Garcia door cooking, Cub Scout home-
r+ made games, and many fun ac-

Beach Main EventTony tivities. At 2 p.m. Tuesday
in Aug. 18 the nationally known

Mamarelli, the flashy I Letter Mall Carriers Marching -
Band will Ms
and Concert
lightweight who was unbeaten .
All and friendsof
featured. parents:
he Into the fists of >
until ran Scouting are invited to attend -
Henry Dominguez two monthsago See Scouts In action
your
will fight Perfecto GarciaIn nnd hear this widely known
a 10-rounder next Wednesday 1 band.
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night, August 12, at Miami 1 u N N IM

Beach Auditorium.It i Swimming activities are
1' scheduled: to start 030: pm.,
will be MamarelU'a first
Aug. 18.Fantastic.
fight since losing to Domin- JM,,;;,!, .., ; ..:.;, t. :....'t_.;.. ,,, \' .' '.. .
the Texas state lIght- ,
guez, ; pp I'ront row: R. Warren, Anthony Hack row: U\r; oul," Silva! Miami -
weight champion who was But True
whipped by Chico Veliz here 5 Cw h, Carl Lewis, Juan l iuk iccrc.itlnn supervisor;
Rodriqucz Ronald Erie Berry, Iop Rogwx, Henry Lincoln and
month. Wiloy, Albert Both Presidents
]last N 1 ..tUbua' '
Richard
), San ndcrs, Earl with
concerned
Kennedy were
Williams, Harry Davis, Lo-
Alln Robert
Hmlth.'nrrl'n
The Miami Beach Boxing the Issue of Civil Rlsrhts.
Commission approved the Ma- roy Wlley Brown Lincoln was: elected In I860;

marelll-Garcia fight Tuesday I I Kennedy In 1000.
night., At the same time the WMBM Little Both wore slain on Friday
commission rejected Referee } Leaguers and<1 In the presence of their

Barney: Felix' request to work A.a w.wij t wlvos.
main bouts.Mamarelli's Both were shot from behind
only I
Your sports editor interviewed Close Baseball SeasonFor and in the head.

younger brother INGEMAR JOHANNSEN, I Their successors, both named
Mike, a Uantamwelght with 10 during the Miss Universe Contest I Johnson, were southern democrats
Knockouts in 10 fights, will and he had this to say: "I the third consecutive I small way In conjunction with and both were in the
take on Jerry Powers in the keep in shape at all times, do year, WMBM Radio announces Its sponsors to help the young Senate
eight-round semi-windup. road work, box a few rounds, the conclusion of Its two co- men of tomorrow develop good Andrew Johnson was born In
punch the bag and so forth", sponsored little baseball leagues. attitudes (generated by R o o d 1808 and Lvndon Johnson was
Tony Mamarelli had won 20 but said no come back for him. Each: year the 13 little league competitive sports. The ten born In 1008.
straight, including 16 knockouts, He was the former Heavyweight teams play a 14 to 15 game boys who constitute each team John Wilkes Booth was
before the Dominguez fight. Champion of the World, also a schedule at Miami Dorsey'Park we feel will continue in t h e Horn in 1839.
judge at the contest. under the close supervision free competitive American Lee Harvey Oswald was born
way
"I've been training hard the He thinks Ftitterson could of Miami Park supervisor, to nchlove their goals, win, loseor In 1030.
past month and I'm ready for whip Clay or Listen, after what "Monk" Silva, draw. Booth and Oswald were

anything or anybody," Mama- he saw PATTERSON do to This It the .... southerners favoring .unpopular -
year was: Hampton "'
ielll said Tuesday. "I can't say MACHEN. I ''House with Impressive L1TTMJ: LKAGU12 ((15: and: 1 Ideas:
an
1 like losing to Dominguez, but Booth and Oswald were both
I sure learned a lot. It will help ORANGE SUN LINBOXING 13-1 record which came out on under) assassinated before Rolnff to.
with .028
top a winning per '
In the long run. Sometimes (Final Standings) trial.
:me SHOW SATURDAY NIGHT ;
Park Nos. 1
has before he I centage. Dorsey Both Presidents' wives lost
lose
to
a guy can
GOMEO BRENNAN J C. shared honors In
vs. and 2 top the W Ti T Pet
:move forward. PONDER, 10-rounds DUKEJOHNSON 15 and under with idcns children through death, whJe"In
league Dorsey/ Park T W J, T Pet the White House.
STORMY WINTERS will meets RICHARD tical 11-I records for .733 per- ))orH..' Park II 1t.4 0 .733 Lincoln's secretary, whose
meet a worthy opponent In an THOMAS for eightrounds.Price I centa c. WMBM Radio Is TV Inn 7 7 t ''H)0E. ) name was Kennedy advised
lelght-round bout. only $3,00 per person proud to congratulate the J. 1-7.0' 7 R 0 I ,.560ltay him not to go to the 'theatre.
Moonlight trip, games, dancing Hampton House entry along III'adJ'y 0 0 2 ,400 Kennedy's secretary, whose
RAY MALONE, Who Impressed and what: have you; all aboard with Dorsey Park 1 and 2 for )"III'U.' Hnprrin'k't 1 tJ.: ..000LITTLK name: was Lincoln advised him
me when he KO'D C. J. THOMAS at 8.30: p.m., sharp, ready to their championship efforts not to po to Dnllas.
In one-round boxes sail 9 Boat leaves from I WM111i: LKACU12Hampton
pm. For the first time this year John Wilkes Booth shot Lincoln -
Winston Greene In'a fourroundbout. I the Chamber of Commerce the Little Leaguers welcomed HOIINO 13 t 028 in a theatre: and ran to a
docks 5th St. at Alton Road. sponsored by Yoo hoe Harlem Hqnarc t.I: ,785 warehouse
-r '"t -..,__, _.... n team
W' RIDGEWAY former Into the league which finishedIn Wometro J' n'.I""H 10 4Wonirfrn
:, ,' j't: ALLIE the first division with a G-8 10 ,1 .,711 warehouse' and ran to a theatre.
I : ; 1 fighter and trainer of the ecord. Yoo loo fl 8 .428 The names, Lincoln] and Ken
former light-heavyweight Meal Ins 4 10 ,283 nedy, each contain seven letters
'., champion, late GUS LESNE- Yoo Hoo team members were King Tailor 3 11 .211' .
VICH, now a memtter of the treated to free Yoo Hoos after Sir John 2 12 .142 The names Andrew Johnson
j Florida State Racing Commission each game courtesy of their and Lyndon Johnson, each con

s 5* as a paddock inspector. sponsor.WMBM, A Classified Ad Will PayOff tain thirteen letters
"
: When Al boxed KID CHOCOLATE is gratified In its The names, John Wilkes
j" in 1030 March 21, at in Big Dividends Booth and Lee Harvey Oswaldeach" .
trk..y contain 'fifteen letters; "
Madison Square Garden 10rds"main ,
event, the semi final was Wh Itch eacl's threesome consists -

; a bout between MIDGET WOL-I of Cheerful Thought, Como ..
GAST and BLACK BELL for and Je Nay's Gift, and the Rolling NOW RUNNING
; the flyweight, championship. Rock entries are R. R.

,. Edith Sib, R. R. Chocolate Chip
I aJERRY :t1I ), and R. R. Happy Union. ,
I a
LAST WEEKS LITTLE Greatest Interest In the

RIVER RESULTS three-way competition between -
the 10 kennels In the

Grady Ponder, Miami Beach, semifinals, centers around the POST TIMfffOO '
was awarded an unpopular decision 7-lGths division, In which many: $ P.M.
over Bobby Marie, Miami of the track's leading distance
In the lightweight eight- stars are being seen In mara-
a round main event at Little River thon action for the first time.

Auditorium.In .
POWERS I Freddie These Include such strong
preliminaries,
The busiest fighter around, 8ix- distance-running favorites as
Wilson Perrine, won a
has had 30 fights since Jan. round middleweight decisionover Happy Stutz' Momento, EarlBaxter's
Mac's Lamb Genen:1ndle's
Willie Taylor, Miami; Rl- Marlllles Oscar, EVers'Charming

chie Smith, Nassau, outpointed : Tears, John Rush's -Th. N.H..'. ,, ..d
TONY
ALONGI looks real Bobby Lassiter, Miami, In a
Hound R. W. Cooper'sCookywJse
,
sharp Preparing for his bout middleweight four rounder; Fox ,and Bill Ewalt's
with DOUG JONES August 14, James McNeth, Miami Beach, ,
which will be televised. Tony Is beat Junior Grubbs In a heavy- Groover. 1I0WI e n,1tN twiN i DOUBLE
sparring with, JEFF DAVIS at weight four, and Linnes John- First round of the Medley y

the 5th Street Gym. son, Opa-locka, defeated Charles Championship semifinals was $. ,ooo American' Hurdle
JEFF Farmer, Perrlne) In a mIddle- scheduled Friday, August 7, CliiimploiiHhlp' now In
worked with CASSIUS weight four. I with the last of the four preliminaries -
fCLA
for the LISTON fight.
Fri progress
coming up next
'(Pardon me) Jeff Is a good The GENE RANDLE, FRED day night. f r Gates Upon 0 p.m.
;sparring partner for any heavy- WHITEHEAD and Rolling
weight. At the same time he Rock kennels! have taken the After that, the field will be
keeps himself In good condition lead in Flagler's $20,000 Ken- reduced from 16 'no eight for
, Tony Is rated No. 10 In nel Medley ChampionshipStake the $20,000 championship finals,
the heavyweight division by which currently is providing August 21.
I the WDA. "the best racing of theseason"
"*"""" "" track.
at the Miami
The Miami Times can be
This one goes at three differ- Inter-Marriage is .
purchased at the news stand at q1MM
flagler and SE 2nd Ave., In ent distances with competition
front of Walgreen's Drug Store. scheduled at 5-16ths, Flakier Open' Mike TopicOPEN
course and 7-16ths, each Fri-
THEY day night, to the August 21 MIKE, with host Hen-
JACK Just back finals. drik J. Berns, will discuss "IN-
from Baltimore where he has a TER-MARRIAGE" next Sunday -
business and his home at Surf- Each kennel Is represented at evening from 7 to 9 pm.
side. Jack was one of our all each of the three distances, Special guests will be: Dr.
time great welterweights who with points being accumulatedon James Tedeshl, Rabbi Solomon
fought them all, he had this the basis of finishing position Schlff Sam Gayson and Dave
to say:, He saw every Baltimore by each greyhound. .Marks.
game whilE he was there, and The Gene Randle entries are 1 S.
predicts they will win the pen Anka at 5-16ths, Peaceport In As usual the program will
nant. Well Jack. Miami fans' the Flager course division and come LIVE from the HAMPTON -

nope jnpij a;re right. Manilla in the gruelling 7-lGthf, HOUSE.

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.-111 dos Pp.o Rolls Into MiamiSpectacular

!'PACE. '16 SATURDAY' AUGUST, 1964... .
best describesthe whose great voice has thrilled bility whoa inability tOil ee
.-"GOSPEL CARAVAN" with his interpretations of the'' seems to carry her to higher
:': that will be presented Monday I I I great religious songs| of our ground in beer feeling for our
h Miami Branch NAACP ":' night at the Miami Beach Con times. Also featured with this great spirituals. ,Often.referred
vention Hall by the State Wide I magnificent shout will be a to as the truly professional( of
voice that is often described as singing wllL.be:Jthe
Ministerial Voter Registration quartet
F Calls For Members Committee. having( Gabriel-like' tones. Miss I Stars of Faith and",die'nrauford
Marion Williams Is known to I ,
Great voices with Gabriel- move the audience to spontaneous -I singers. to truly gendlyjou Damping
I r like tones will tell stories 0 f outbursts of Joy. Round- un Jacobs, : ladder. .!'t.-.

i of To Miami the members and Dade,and County citizens: Smith andFamilies ,MlaRlon5, sorrow troubled, happiness times. Also, and includedon of our ing out this great gospel singwill h'fsrwi1i i UCJ fi<:t'*\ xcltngblend9f'.ftcxtr.

All membership from January : ,the program will be excerpts be the very fine singing of dance, splrftxi&ls,
r 1964 through June 1964, ReturnS from the. moving story of the Princess Stewart of African no- "and h Pfns.
', has expired..The executive committee birth of Christ by the famed ... ,If
A. Smith and --- -
t is asking that all mem- Leroy Negro writer Langston Hughes.
lire who, have not renewed .Herbert Ammons and their
BEAUTY'
their membership, please. make families attended 'wo, National This Very brilliant show will THE NEW LADY'S DESIRE SALON
the contribution of their choice. Seoul, activities this'' summer Include the original Broadwaycast I located at 12th Ave. and 62nd St. Wants all the ladled to
Annual adult fee withoutthe ,.,Both 'of,these Scouts serve as will'do these,moving scenes know what we have to offer.
Crisis (a magazine) is $2 per, Scoutmaster,: fc: repectlnvely as'well as the voices of the
year. With The Crisis $3.50 Troop' 77> sponsored .by St. massed choirs of Miami. (SPECIALIZING IN: Wigs and wig setting Softstjlo
$500, $10 and up. Agnes JTpIscopal! Church, Miami Starring in this show will be
Weaving Tinting Hair Styling Scalp Trea'mcntFacials
Get The Crisis magazine and and Troop 73 sponsored, by: the wonderful Ala Bradford
r b Frank C. Martin Hair Cutting
read about the NAACP. Sendyour Elementary: '! : :d "A
contribution to 809 NW School PTA, Richmond Heights:
3rd Ave.. Miami, or. telephoneFR I World's Fair in New York. OPERATORS: Alias Cora Humphrey, Mrs. Rosetta HlggtnMra.
4-6631. The Ammons family motored Sgt a Smlth? .and family took Jerry' Allen, Mrs. Mildred. G. R lle. ,
We are happy, to announcethat to Phllmont Scout Reservation,:1, In the'openlng: of the National 1
,the branch has been suc- CImmarron, New Mexico for a'(,,'Jamboree, 'Valley Forge) Pa, Phone 759-9383 I. 1204 NW: 62nd. Street

cessful in getting Jack' McKenzie Herbert volunteer Ammons training and course their: Mrs.two More than 53 thousand Scoutsand'leaders : 'L............. ........... ............... ....... .... ...............
There .
Jr., to volunteer h >T s ; attended. .::: :.;.. 't ..:::. ;;.:;. :,
services as' an office assistant. sons, Herbert and Co1l1er,/fQJso theymet'' three Scouts' of Troop
Jack is the son of Jack McKenzie took, advantage ',of .n training' 77,', Fred'Bethel,' Wllbert' IIolloI -
and. the late Mrs. course 'while In the wfde-open'space \way and Alvin Bruton. The
Blanche McKenzie. He is also of the West. -Their trip,1 Smiths then took in the World's
t a, 1964 graduate of North Dade Included Chicago and the Fair. CARRUTH ROOFING'COMPANY
Senior High School
Beginning Aug. 10 the office
will be open from 8:30: a.m. to
450: p.m. Monday through Sat- EDISON SPECIALSOPEN
urday each week. The NAACP I
needs and
you your help and
support. Ask yourself, ''What SUNDAY 3-6 P.M.
part can; I play in the Civil 18 YEARS EXPERIENCEWe
Rights', ,program?"
Remember: 530 NW 45th Street

J The mountain is very high, Lovely CBS home with dining room, screened porch, are the best leak and reroofing men

r Our Our goal dignity is untouchable lies at nigh, garage, kitchen equipment, air conditioner Only bad
in the business We replace all
f $300 down FHA. City
Our life lies in a struggle.Teenagen ewers.

8 Hurt 354 NW 43rd StreetCBS lumber

home with 2 baths, tile roof, only $68.36 month GUARANTEED
In: Auto: Crash FHA, $300 down. s ALL WORK

1 : A car 'crowded with eight -+- LOWEST PRICES

young people went out of con- Drive by the following, then see Edison .-I.., "
trol and ESTIMATESo
Tuesday' 'plunged intoa FREE
residential back yard,'ending '
510 NW 43rd Street
against a palm tree.
LICENSED INSURED BONDED .
Hattie ,King, 15. of 2366 NW (Screened-in Swimming Pool) .
74th Terr., suffered critical
head injuries and was taken to CBS home with 2 baths, 2 air conditioners( garage EXPERT ROOFER .
Jackson Hospital. plus carport, large Fla room overlooking pool.
The other, members of t h e .

group. required only first aid 564 NW 45th Street JOHN C. CARRUTH, Owner
and then were sent home. CBS home FJa. tile roof
$300
room, carport. Only
The accident occurred when
Roosvelt Colebrook, 19 of 845 down. $75 month, FHA.' 500 S. Biscay River Drive i
NW 51st St., was driving on llth' to. '
Ave. The ride ended at 1100 NW 565 NW 44th StreetCBS CALL ANYTIME: MU 8-82005 I

55th St.HitRun. tile roof, garage, city sewers: only $75 month I

Driver Kills FHA,
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4-Year-Old ,Boy Do you own or rent property''downtown and are being *. BEST BUYS IN TOWN

Tonv Beckerall of 1501 N.W. displaced by roadway: ? ,If'so';see.us. as we have
CBS 3-bedroom
Large dining carport
room, ,
50th: St., was hit by a car about i A big selection of horn1:,<}n&J duplex for your garage
: t appliances school and bus. $13,000 total $400
5:30: p.m. Saturday as he step- near ,
ned off a curb at 15th Ave. and : dbwn. Don't miss this. Jjf.
N.W.60th St. The fouryearold EDISON 'EA a m was ; (c'

boy was pronounced deadon (.( t" .11 ,

Witnesses the'scene.told Miami police 175 N.W., 62nd.I fi'i} ,751-2441 LARGE 3-BEDROOM. Front jalousied Porch, car- ;1

that the driver ,fled after strik ; port, new roof, quiet area. This is a real steal. Only
ing the child with the right
$7,500. Good
front fender of his lightcolored -, terms.
Pontiac.
I Milton Holmes, 54, 0 f 1715 oil .
N. W. 56th St., a railroad worker LOOK! LOOK! NO QUALIFYING 2-bedroom beauty, completely
was arrested later and '
furnished $7,900 total $600 down $70" month.Porch .
charged with leaving the scene <,
of a fatal accident and careless dining room, utility room, air corid. .A'jgood
driving while intoxicated. I $1OO DOWN; buy. '
'
Police found -t. : t.
Holmes' car, the ; ..
headlight smashed: and sprinkled --- -. 't. .... "ft. h .,'
3bedrooin 1 baihCBS$ 2 : ;
:! ,. yrs new, no closing costs, .
with blood, on 70th St:; 10 11, ;' -d'.
but must '
::qualify.>. .
blocks:from the Miami : CORNER 2-bedroom CBS b'.N'ea"'IJ'lona.t om, &D-
;
Homicide Detective, .Erne 'Bush ,,- ., t: '"-*:'.!B*. "f ** ing room, utility room, appliances.:.Newly'clecoraAftd.

said. : ON Yf.oo PER: MONTH Good location, $10,500 total. ,.!.iS4'' ;: month. No? quali- ;'

A.A} HAVEN::FROM SL VlN' fying. 4'"'r.::. ; t
A 2 Z Auto Plates I\. '" "t. --o--

Personalized Identification '.... ..:..' ;t 't, 'tJol''...: l'. ... : ....... DUPLEX, Corner CBS.. Like new 2bedroosneachside t.-.r'
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5791 NW 7th Ave. 'I'M'SWAIUNG .": """", '400I'M REARY appliances. Good area, near school and bus,
$
:} you SI; 4 500 total down month.
MIAMI ;iT >7* '' iv piir'<**m" $450 $84 .
I. $2.99 I'MTOUGHTFUL: ..* I'M', CHARMING

X .. and brag of: It too IJOWll you'd be too ---o- i
t For Your Auto DUPLEX. Another CBS beauty. l-bedroom.eaehaide,
--I f':' *. Sold !Through Dealer : 2-bedroom, 1, bath.,.Fla. room. >,0 furnished appliances, $11,000 total, $85 month, no qualifying.,

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'9. 'j (, .u. $390 DOWN $101990; TOTAL
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\1 RUPTURE Treatment: ."':;If:'you wi.h"a, goj 4.lfein } tS>bedroom;:2 bath'' MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS

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Vetaft home, only$89 P4W'month, no'qualifying.We SHELL REALTY
varicose ,
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758-5551
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"Hoss, Manucy groes attempting to get service
I'in places of public accommodation -

Ordered To DesistIn ,

Dr. Martin Luther King said
an action to clear away a
of the
injunction:
segregationist blockade nnd pug
the Civil Rights Act to work "Now the citizens of St. Augustine .,
Saturday, In St. Augustine, have an opportunity to
; U.S. District Judge Bryan live together in peace and har-
Simpson, on Wednesday' ordered mony,"
I operators of 15 restaurant
and motels to serve Negroes; c Harmony could exist only in ,,< ill
k the 'same hnas! whites '. a climate, of Justice, he said, \f\.
The ., and appealed. to\the :people 'of ,>''\' A\ 'j
..'Y.f Judge also ordered St, Augustine to strive for jus- ...!'1 >
LA segregationist leader Hoisted tice. 5M11Appointed
"Hoss Mnuncy and his followers -' Burial
to abstain from Interference. All of the city's restaurantsare
Manucy consented to the injunction expected to follow the lead DirectorLe
said Judge Simpson of those now under Injunction
C Albert of the Houseof
I to serve Negroes. The order is
Albeit Funeral Home has
The Injunction applies to any. to take effect
August 8 Instead
,
: been appointed by the Afro-
M who
: one interferes with Ne-I of August 28. American Life Insurance Company -

to direct and service; funeral -
arrangements for the burial
league policies, purchased from
1 Hampton Institute Gets the following burial services:
----- -------"-- Phnrr Service Company, Miami

Singing star Roy Hamilton Nurse Mrs. Wanda Corlew, the Burial Association McMlllian
was Kept busy "commuting"from I Hamilton's, and their friend, $3 Million James Grant and Peck Funeral Home, Georgo t
the Eden Roc Hotel wherehe Mrs, Lena Smith, 1470 NW GGth A. Davis Funeral Home, and j
,was appearing to visit his Street. Newbold Funeral Home_ I
wife at Cedars of Lebanon Hos- Dr Jerome n, Holland, presi-
pital in Miami. Seen at the hospital The recording star autographed dent of Hampton Institute today
send-off party for Roy a number of albums when- called a $3,000,000 grant; of the 9 Ministers Freedom :M J
who left for Ohio to fulfill anew i ever :lie visited the hospital. James Foundation of New Win
engagement are. L to R: i Roy opens a six-day engage-
Mrs. Jacqueline Dale, Cedars'Patient ment at the Knight Deat Au- York to Hampton "a bench-
blue denim shirts
BULLETIN pale and
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25. mark In American philanthropy
Relations Counselor; gust -
dark blue work pants, gathered -
.. I unquestionably one of the In light of the bad publicity around the table in the city '
most generous gifts ever madeto the state was getting from the police station and answered '
SHOT a Negro college, and the Jailing of the nine ministers, questions of newsmen and cam

I 2 TEENAGERS ; largest ever received by Hampton Municipal without advance Judge John notice Rudd mitigated -, eramen.

Institute. the sentence and released The clerics were Jailed this

POLICE FEAR GANG WAR liThe impact of this granton the ministers on Thursday week appeals after ran their out.three They years chose of

Hampton\ Institute's $18,000000 60-<.1ay terms over $500 fines to

Nelson Eddie McGriff, 18, suspected gang; ; attack at NW develepoment program Is Their Jailers were treating focus attention on the civil *
was listed as In "satisfactory" 11th St., and 3rd', Ave. of Immeasurable significance. It them fairly, nine Negro and rights struggle.
underscores the college's vital white ministers told a news
condition Monday, after'surgeryat : Howard DIxon
of Miami,
Another shooting occurred conference Tuesday in Tallahassee
Jackson Memorial Hospital. needs for expansion in program American Civil Liberties Union
Monday nignt: when Walter where they arc serving
McGriff, said to be leader of Campbell, 20 was ambushea physlclcal plant and endowment no-day Jail terms while awaiting attorney for the clergymen,
said that CORE
the 17th Street Bulls, a teen- and Wasted four times. His ,: another appeal from a 1001 which sponsored '
the
age gang, was shot five timesIn condition was reported ,as "scr- sit-in conviction. original freedom ride
"Uamltonmust conlntue to that resulted In' their
arrest.
the back Sunday night, in a ious t; ;' k..,.' receive grants of this size If It The clergymen, garbed in was ready to: pay the fine*.

Campbell was'.shot.ijy knot-- Is to, provhio the demonstrably ,.1.1fdd .1r
er boy hiding betWeen f two superior academic environment ,
Naples Gun Battle stores on NW 19th 'St; between required) to attract outstanding'
NW Gth Ave., and Cth Ct.., Y> Wounds Miami Man lice said. He walked to NW'| t1t 'race? r from inll over the world.
PI., and 17th St., where a little Scholastic excellence Is not
Detective Jerrry Wlnottren boy called police for him. only the surest path to Integration
ner was reported Wednesday In higher education
in satisfactory condition with a Gang war between the teen- but the underlying purpose of
shoulder wound in a Naples agers have been threatening the Hampton Centennial Fund
hospital, and Edward Swan- for sometime and was broughtto campaign"
son, 34, ex-convict, of 2201 NW a head with the shooting ot
63rd St., was in the same hos- McGriff outside the Pink Poodle, One million five hundred
pital not serious with woundsIn a sundry store hangout of teen thousand of the $3,000,000 grantIs + '
his back. hoodlums. for "general corporate purpose Ii
." The other $1,500,000 Is
.4 Police assigned to the more
Along with Swanson were critical arears have been armed U> be used for "building renovations -
Harvey Lee Johnson. 28, of with shotguns.In / ."
2362 NW 60th St.. and Archie
Lee Smith; 2737 NW SOth' ,St.
both of Miami, ,. '.. ARRINGTON NAMED TO NATIONAL
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After Winebrenner and Police !'COMMUNITY RELATIONS, COMMITTEE: ,
JackyBllss saw Swanson '
Sgt. '
and Smith' running from a a telegram from the Department venting or resolving racial] dis.. p ,r,,. : : ,
suppermarket on the Tamlaml of Commerce, Wash- putes and tensions through r # :
Trail before mid-night Tues. ington, D. C., dated August 3. reason, persuasion and coun-
11.;. day, the shooting started, police Attorney Henry Arrington of clllatlon. The committee Is F I
said. Miami was appointed by President l- nationwide and Is composed of )
o Joy Johnson to serve on the distinguished citizens from all
'--,;,,As; WInebrenner chased Swan- National Citizens' Committee walks of life.
son, the ex-convict wheeled LOUISVILLE, Ky. The of the Greater Miami Urban' ,
ardand'and fired, hitting Wine- for Community Relations. The Initial committee meet- 800 delegates National Confer- League; Mrs. Louis' Glasser
brenner In the right shoulder. Arthur Dean 'serves as chair- Ing is called for Monday, Aug. ence of the Urban League now vice-president, Greater MiamiUrban s
The officer pulled his pistol and John Wheeler as vicechalrma'1n 17, 10 a.m. In the East Room In convention August 2at League; Whitney M.
witn his left and shot SwansonIn man of the Important of the White House. All day Louisville: has selected Miami Young', Jr., executive director
the back.Collapsed of outstanding Ameri- session will include address by Beach as the site for its 1065 National Urban League, andDr. 4'
group President Johnson, briefings by conference. Among 13 Mlamlans Ira P. Davis chairman of
on a rockplle, Swan- cans.The cabinet members and other high attending the five-day meetingare the 1965 convention committeeand t a
ion was found later by Sheriff's objective of the service officials luncheon and round- left to right Lt. Col. ClaudeC. a member of the Miami
detectives. Is to assist committees in pre- taWIe discussions.{ Clark, USA ((Ret), president group. i




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MIAMI TIMES -- MIAMI, FLA. --
SOCIAL
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Entertained Here The Dade County Citizens nize the tremendous' economic Vi JOHN'.1.J_. _.
I Safety Council, alarmed at the Impact of this problem: which .I IIIGIft'EUIl WITH THF U* OnvtHKMPMTMany
Mrs. Dorothy O'Dell Terrell, totally unacceptable accident costs Dade County in excess of
special education teacher in the I experience so far during 19G4 $30,000,000.00, each year. people are confused \
Wicula, Kansas public school ''here in Dade County has sche- For these reasons, the Safe- about social security disability
sytem. was the house guest of duled August 9, as the kick-off ty Council urges that each citizen payments, according to Edward
Mrs. Lois Hill for the past ten
clays date for a two week highly Intensified recognize' his personal responsibility P. Blonston district manager for

During her stay here, Mrs. campaign appealing public information to citizens this single community-wide for participation effort In- social security In Miami (North).

Terrell was the recipient of I Ito stop the carnage on our Ryder concluded. Many people think disability
courtesies. She especially I
many
roads Council President, James
payments are made in case of
her reunion with her
enjoyed i A. Ryder has announced.
cousin, Mrs. Elmer Ward whom I partial or temporary disability
.YR V1 she had not seen for many I. As far as we know, said I Firtal Urban Renewal Mr. Blonston pointed out that
Ryder, this will be an almost the disability must be so
years. unprecedented Joining of forcesof : Meeting at Ebenezer severe that it makes a person
Dr. and Mrs. Ward enter- newspaper, television and unable to work. Too the dis-
tained Mrs. Terrell with a radio media In one massive and j The flnnl meeting to Inform ability must be expected to last
breakfast In her honor. cooperatiive undertaking aimedat I residentq In the path of the for a long and indefinite timeor
reducing the terrible toll of expressway of relocation services to result in death. In addi-
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Lindsey traffic accidents occurlng on I was held at Ebenezer tion, the disabled worker must
honored Mrs. Terrell at a din- our streets. It is our sincere Methodist Church, 1W2 N W. have five years social security
,
ner party on Sunday. hope, he said, that this campaign 3rd Ave, Monday Aug. 3rd at work credit in the 10 years before -
will result In an aroused R.OO: n. m. Thp Renewal Agency he Is disabled.:
Miss Blanche Calloway was community dedicated to the prevention has heen conducting' meeting at
hostess for the play "Othello"at of traffic accidents. ,j various churches In the vicinity Social security disblllty checks
Engaged the University of Miami. i Accident reports through of the Urban Renewal and expressway don't start with the first monthof
Mrs. Terrell was also takenon
tune reveal that there 'have areas and other facts disability. Mr. Blonston explained -
Patrlca Elaine Moore and numerous sightseeing trips Lin- been a total of 19,011 traffic pertinent to the urWan renewal that there Is a six month
Alfred Samuel Smith are engaged and shopping tour of the I II accident in 19G4 compared to program. waiting period and disability
Announcement of the coln Mall in Miami Beach 17,197 at the same time last Efforts will be made to help payments start with the month
engagement has: been made by Last Saturday Mrs. Lois Hill year; that there have been I each family in the path of the following the six-month period.
:her parents, Dr. and Mrs Richard entertained for Mrs. Terrell at 9813 persons injured compared expressway' to secure; decent There is no payments for the
: Vernon Moore, of 700 2nd Hampton House. The occa- to 8,637 at the same time s it f e and -sanitary! houslnr, waiting period.

Ave, Daytona Beach, Florida.Mr. sion was a Gridge-Splash-Lun- last year within th<* mean! of its abtlit' I Like social security retire-
Smith is the son of Mrs. cheon. The following ladies enJoyed I "We believe accidents Injuries to pay James W. Whitehead. ment checks disability checks
Birda Burl of New York City, the delightful afternoon : and deaths can be reduced Relocation Offficer. Indicated based
are on the worker's
New York Miss Moore Is a with luncheon at 1 p.m. In the I when our citizens are : that Relocation Assistants are I ings in past work. Generally earn-
graduate 0 f Boylan Haven- Hampton Lounge followed by conscious of the hazards inherent I in the process of serving seventy the disability ,
Mather Academy of Camden brio ige\ in the air-conditioned In the heavy congestion I families taken Into the workload what the worker payment would receive equals
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South Carolina BethuneCookman poolside motel unit and splashIn which we see dally throughout' over the past two weeks. If he were retirement
College with the A. B. degree age Mr.
the Dade County. We Some of the
pool: points emphasized -
Blonston said the social security
In Political Science -
and Is
;
ther that an intensified enforce- In previous meetings' are as
a Woodrow Wilson Fellow at Mesdames James Whitehead, ment program which follows: office gets many questions
Boston University, Boston, Mas- Elmer Ward, Ann Lindsey, undertaken by the several police about the type of evidence or
:sachusetts where she will com- Madge Portier, Clyde Killens, agencies together with the 1. Renewal Agency Relocat... disability required. He explained -
plete her work for the Master Ann Mitchell of Chicago William appropriate court support by, ion Workers have listings 0 f that it Is the worker's responsibility -
,af Arts degree in Political Gibson, Blanche Calloway, I the public officials who are ) rental and sales< housing and to furnish proof of
Science( on August 7, 10G4. Mr. D. A. Julius, A. Hubert Doro- ; Joining in this effort merits will assist each family In securing his disability When he claims
Smith graduated from Bethune- thy Terrell and Lois Hill.. the confidence and support so I another place to live. I disability payments he Is givena
Cookman College with a B. S. necessary to providing a safer 2. Families who are eligible I medical report form to lie
degree in Biology and from Mrs. Terrel left for Kansason environment for the vast ma- for nubile housing have first completed toy his doctor or by
Howard University i n Wash- Sunday with many praisesfor jority of our citizens who want priority for existing vacancies. a hospital where he has been
ington, D.C. with the Master of the Deep South and the and deserve the right to use treated
Arts degree in Biology. He is hospitality shown to her in Miami reasonably safe motor vehicle 3. Families who wish to buy
Assistant Professor of Biology transportation." a 'home may secure:; a 221 Cer- The Social Security Admini-
tificate of Eligibility from''' the stration then
at Glbbs Junior College, St. reviews the medi-
Petersburg' Florida. . Besides the emotional Impact Stat Road Department which cal evidence.
.... surrounding needless They also take the
sufferingand entitles] thorn to loan
;: a guaran-
The wedding will take place f : loss of life resulting from teed by FHA and a down pay- disabled worker's education,
at GOO: p.m., August 15, 19G1 -i ie' ir our accident experience, Ryder I ment of $200.00. provided they work experience, and skills into
i n the Gertrude< Hotchkiss .' .! t called on local drivers to recog- otherwist qualify. account.

Heyn Memorial Chapel on the .. '.w...."" TWITA1>1''>T'W.. 1'rYY1'I'1'I'1'I'1'I'Y. ..._- __,... --,.,.--... ----- - - -.- ,- --
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College. Friends and relatives i

may attend. "WHY--I DIDN'T KNOWI
Reception following] cere-
mony at the home of the
bride's parents 709 Second Ave., ,
Daytona Beach, Florida. :: ,

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SAN ANTONIO, Tex. Air-
man John W. Brinson Jr., son
of Mrs. Mattie L. Brinson of
We hear this
comment often that
so we are
152nd Homestead
28100 SW) Ave.,
Florida; has completedthe a listing here a number of the things you can
first phase of his Air Force
I
basic military training at Lack- buy with a loan from Lincoln National. Browse

land AFB, Tex. here for the
things you need money for:
Airman Brinson 'has been selected -
for technical training as
an aircraft maintenance specialist Cars, new and used Paint your home

at the Air Training Command -
(ATC) school at Chanute Furniture and rugs Fix the roof

i\' AFB, Ill His new unit is part
3 r I of the vast ATC system which Refrigerator or stove Add a room or porch
trains airmen and officers in
I the diverse skills required by Washing machine Modernize the kitchen

the nation's aerospace force.
TV set Pay off old bills
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I The airman is a graduate of
Mays Junior and Senior High Boat .
School, Goulds, Florida. Expand your businessIf
Awarded.
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DAY Installs New you don't see what you need in this list, come In
Eddie Mae Manson of 5900
N. W. 7th Pl., Miami, has been Officers and talk to us about it. It's an important part of

named recipient of a 1901-05; our business to lend money-and we WANT to d.
Royal Castle university scholar Sgt. Daniel W. Mulllns, DAV
business with YOU.
ship award according to Law-
Chapter No. 39 had its annual
rence E. Singer president of Installation of officers on Sun
Royal Castle System, Inc. day, In the Roosevelt Savingsand
AND REMEMBER-a: bank loan, with its low interest

A ,graduate: of Mldvllle High Loan Community Room. rate, is almost always the cheapest way to borrow
School 1 n Atlanta, Ga., Miss Installing officer was the 1st
Manson plans to attend Dade District Commander of the moneylLINCOLN)
County Junior College where DAV James II. Hall. W. C. Mur-
she will major in secretarial ry Is the new commander of I.

science. I DAV Chapter for 1904-65. Mrs. .
The Royal Castle scholarship I Bernadlna McLendon is the new .
program was founded 15 years Commander of the DAY Chap- I A NATIONAL BANK
ago and approximately 100 ter Auxiliary No 39.
awards have been made to date. r
Preference In selecting recipients Among the distinguished ?q OF MIAMI
children and Iguests were Judge Henry L. '
is given to
Royal Castle employees. Balabnn, Dr. E. A. Ward Benny First fully integrated bank in the entire Southeast

L. O'Berry, and Hialeah right here in the Edison Financial Center
Councilman Tony Benedetto. He
I, is also DAV State Past Commander 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 759-4431
NOW! is the Time to Sell Judge Balabom was

Use Times' guest speaker and delivered a I. IOi>> hMMi WO bm.2 pm Mo ..1"....VV.d. Ckxtd Thwra.ln. ord r to
That Home.. a
address.To .
very inspiring be 0pwi M,.30 am2 pm and 5 pml pm oho l 50"9 am.noo,.
Classified Ad! all DAVets, it's time for
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Negro Voters Pass Two Million



229,645 Eligible in tion in some ol-the southern The state-b -stata tabula- -- -
I states are greater thun the margin I 1 tlon as of April I 1 from 28,500In THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.
I, Florida No'tRegistered by which 01 e or the otherof I Mississippi, where harassment I

the presidential candidates has been heavy to 375, SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1964 PAGE 3
carried those stitiw In 10GO. '. 000 in Texas. ,
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For example, the I The April 1. total of 1,937,982 that entire
nepubll-I : period there
Negro voter registration in candidate won In Negro voters is 38.6 per cent of chiefly responsible for the two I I net increase of Negro voters was in a
the eleven southern states to- 40,760 votes in 1000. eligible Negro voters In the year: Increase in total Negrtdreicristration. i the South of not more than ,
talled 1,937,032 at of April 1,according gistration increases attributableto eleven state. This means that a Thev would have: 350,000.'
; to the latest state-by- VEP alone in that state are majority of them an estimated (carried the total figure even
state tabulation by the Voter 58,441. The Democratic candi- 3,078,118 were still not higher had it not been for vot- While VEP has been associated -
: Education Project of the Southern date carried South Carolina In registered ers moving from the region, with most: of the registration -
Regional Council.Wiley 10GO by 9,571 votes. The VEP and for purges in some states activity In the past two
A. Branton, director of Increase in that state has been WHITE IS 13,600,000 and! localities.As years It has not Ltoen responsi-
the project, today released the 32,140. White registration In the ele- it is, the total figure: Is a ble for all of it. There have
figures on registration and results The VEP is a non-partisan ven states, meanwhile, was conservative! estimate. Where- been some organized drives ,
of the VEP program. program engaged in research on estimated at 13,600,000 as of ever official figures were not without VEP sponsorship, and
The April 1, total exceeded causes of low voter registrationin April 1, making; the Negro- available: : the most cautious there has been, of course, nor-
VEP expectations. Since then the eleven southern states, white ratio of voters almost estimates: were used. Mr. Bran- mal day-to-day registration.
the total Negro registration In methods and techniques for increasing one to six. About one-fourth of ton said the estimates for Georgia -
the eleven states has clearly it, and development of the South's voting age population and Texas, particularly, are YEP is in its final year, and
passed the 2,000,000 mark, Mr. educational programs along Is Negro. probably below actual registra- will terminate:: its sponsorshipof
Branton said. these lines. The 1,937,982 total Negro registration voter registration programs
And he said further "good- VOTER DRIVES compares with an tion.Much of the VEP increase In Oct. It Is hoped, however !
sized increases" can be expected Under its sponsorship, voter estimated 1,350,000 Negro vot- was:: achieved during the second that they will continue on :their
between now and the registration activities have been ers when VEP began In the year of the program's resources
November 3. presidential elec- carried on in the eleven states spring of 1962, an increase of existence 426,321 of the total -
tion. He added: by independent local organiza- more than half a million. 551,328. Sat! y-stnte tabulation at-
"If the presidential electionis tions and five major Negro The report shows that VEP- cached)
a close one within the south- organizations the NAACP sponsored programs since then HALF MILLION IN 2 YKA1W Florida's total Negro registration -
ern states, the increased Negro CORE, National Urban Lea- resulted in the registration of Historical perspective of the ; Is ,put as 210,010 with
vote could have great sig; gue, Southern Christian Lead- 551,328 people as of April 1, of !two-year gain of mare than I another 220,. 5 elglble to vote!
nificance." ership Conference, and the Stu- whom nil but 50,000 ((1n Texas) I half a million is seen In a comparison but still not registered. Only
lie pointed out that Increases dent Non-violent Coordinating were Negro. with the decade between -I I 51.1% of the eligible are registered -
since lOGO in Negro registra- Committee. Thus, these programs are I 1052 and 1902. During .

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: ;l' FreeholdersTo "- i

ti WANTED! Men, Women, all ages
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11i t' I. Register LIFETIME SECURITY AND PROTECTION :

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; t August Freeholders In 10 Dade County\ Jobs OpenFor

and Miami will begin

ing Registration as voters Aug.books 10. register-I

In a Joint county-city program all types of retail stores
BO; each property-owning voter I
needs to register only once for Grocery Checkers, Cashiers, Stockmen,
: ,i bond elections scheduled Sept.
) Packers
yr Sales Clerks
29 by Miami and Nov. 3 by the SupervisorsGUARANTEED

I county Registration closes Sept 11
.., for the city election, however,
4''i. F 4f tI\ l'). .' .i. and October 3, for the county On the Job Government Approved Training

!: !: ," election, Brown said Qualifies you in ten days ready for work in Miami,
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j' ", \ 1 Special registration, to vote Hialeah, Perrine, Coconut Grove, Hallandale
I on the city general improvements
Goulds Homestead
Opa-locka
< ', ) ; bond Issue' and the county Hollywood,
... .. \ ", .#" ; : ;1,.. ,d hosptial bond Issue, does not
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affect permanent voter registration CLASSES-EZ TIME PAYMENTS ,
Major Robert King High Cnroll 'IIIN In Miami attendingtho for the regular ballot. Apply immediately in or phone
person
American :Munclp.'il Association / -
(left) of Miami, engages in conversation -
Convention that attracted -
, with George D. Carroll (40ino !MH). mayor from The LB-300 And PLaza 7-8448

the newly elected mayorof all partN of the nation-Miami
Richmond, Calif. Mayor ;Metro News' Bureau Photo. What It's All AboutThe Market Training Inst.

LB-300 Is:! simply a fast,
easy! phrase* being used to put
' into n couple of words! the fact GOVERNMENT AND INDUSTRY APPROVED r
Beauticians To Push that the Loyal Huddles will distribute !- Members of U. S. and Miami Chamber of Commerce r
300 Christmas Baskets!

Voter RegistrationDr. to this As the year.you poor mayor of the community may not NW 7th Ave. at 78th St. r

Buddies have
know the Loyal I 4
Katie E. Whlckam.. President i new Civil Right Law. always taken pride in their j I ---
of the National Beauty I I She also stated that the l beauticians club] and the work they do In
would advise against the where It Don't DP fooled. In Miami you have
providing means
Culturlsts' League: Inc., now
in their 45th Annual Session at I I I promiscuous demonstrations but wasn't provided! for those who WARNING I only I ONM Cashiering Hchool Approved
the Sheraton-Atlantic Hotel, I, at the same time Insisting! upon needed It. In the past, over sev- by Go'line) Chamber of
\ New York City stated that the I receiving all of the rights: and eral years, the Negro Lighthouse I mid 78th Street
50,000 beauticians connected' privileges ,given: by the new legislation. for the Blind was the I Commerce. Market Training at NW 71h Ave..
with the organization woulduse : In this manner the sole] responslbllty of the Loyal' ill -...---- -
their Influence with their organization,: feels It should he Buddies.
customers to stimulate registration able to directly touch and advise So, to raise funds for their
to vote. She said that nearly two million Negro project of 300 Christmas baskets -
the organization felt this to be women over the nation. The the Buddies will present
the burst method for protecting organization is! now In session their first of a series of Com- WIGS
the rights and privileges of the I until August 0. munity Awards Balls given on
,1 -- :Monday night, A uq. 31 nt the
beautiful and glamorous Knight
Bent Club. 100% HUMAN HAIR I
Owners And! listen to this: If you get .
Property an advance "Donation Receipt" WRITTEN GUARANTEE ,(
I. from a Loyal Buddy, the admission -
will cost you only CO
Must Register Again cents, an your receipt will entitle -

.. you to participate in the $49.50
A
Aug. 10, Dade will be cancelled, accoramg to Community Awards.:
On Monday
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will not have a single Supervisor of Registration$ Without the "Donation Receipt" -
County I the admission to the affair
freeholder for a Claude R. Brown. But he expects -
registered several thousand personsto will be $2.50, so you can
moment, that Is.Rereglstration. reregister that day. see that It will be to your advantage ALL COLORS AND STYLES
of all freehold to seek out a Buddyto
ers has been called for by the In addition to reregistering find out where and how you Flip French Twist Bubble Page Boy Fluff Oliver
Metro and City of Miami Commissions or registering for the first can obtain one of these valu-
In preparation for the time-at the Voter RegistrationOffice able "tickets. Or you may call Included in Price
Sept. 20) $35,820,000 city capital Aug. 10 through Oct. 3, these two phone numbers for
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Improvements bond election freeholders may do so at the the information: PL 7-5003 or .-..
and the Nov. 3 $9,300,000 county off Miami's 76 precinctsor NE 5-4089. '
hospltay bond election. City than 30 locations Oh, yes in addition to the MISS ANNETTE '
I Rereglstration$ from Aug. 10 at more dancing, which start at 10 p.m. 1
through Sept. 14 will I qualify elsewhere In the county from there will be 'a 'floor show, Professional Licensed Stylist and Beautician
of Miami freeholders to Aug. 24 through Sept. 5. headed by the great Chlckle
City
vote In l*>th bond elections. Horne (Madam Effle Throck- ....-4P ....
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Dade
Other
voters may reregister or register Lose up to 6 pound Some of the members of the JOIN OUR WIG CLINIC
Loyal Buddies who will have
for the first time all
i freeholders through Oct. 3, weekly your Donation (Receipt are JohnL. LEARN TO DO YOUR OWN WIG
1, thereby qualifying to vote on Hunter B. Russell! Watts,
hospital bonds In November. REDUCEDr. Dave Marks, O. E. Graves, Ted We alto do expert service work clean and set $5.00
Plessy, Jack Green. Arthur AlIen -

When In the the Metro Voter Justlc RegistrationOffice Build Long William, James Harris Robinson Ted Joseph Williams 195 NW 14th Street FR 73127Southern ;

ing at 1351 NW 12th St.morning opensat J545 S.W. Tit St. Steward William .Finder. Burn- tI
8.30: that Monday Is Gaston and
: Bonny Wright,
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Buried in AtlantaFriends

throughout tha Burned in Arson Flare-up
Greater Miami area, are saddened :
to learn of the demise of -
Mrs Ellzabth Wheeler Sunday, Two more condemned frame
July 26 at Vaux Hall, N. J., buildings were destroyed by
II. E. HIGISMUND KKRVTCH, Editor and Publisher where she made her home with fire Tuesday, bringing, to 11 Sir John Knight Beat
GARTH C. her husband, Rev. Isaac Wheeler the casualties of a .fo r-day
RKKVICy. Managing: Editor pastor of Baptist Church of arson flareup In the northwest Does It Again
Member of the National Newspapers Publisher AssodaUon Vaux Hall. section.
-. Here's where the Bully Gully,
: SUBSCRIPTION RATES Mrs. Wheeler was well knownto The houses are located at Chicken Scratch and Snake
ONE, YEAR 'I$5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN M.OORntered Miamians and will be remembered 1937 NW 61st St., and 1908 NW started. Now It's thq; Jamaican
very pleasantly by all 61st St. They are said to be Ska. Dave Problnsky returned
aa Second Class! Matter, August 9, 1D2T at the Post Ottio" who knew her. She was a frequent owned by Miami Housing Au- from Jamaica with'that coun
at Miami, Florida, under the aot of March 8, 187 visitor to Miami as guestof thority and they had been con- try's top Jamaican Ska Dancers
her daughter and son-in-law demned. and starting this weekend for the
'Downtown Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone' FR -229ft Mr. and Mrs. Thomas (Ruth) next eight weeks the Knight
Main Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1-0421 Jones of 1811 NW 55th Terr. The alleged arson outbreak Beat Is teaching the JamaicanSka
started Saturday, with fires at the most fabulous dance to
"CREDO OF T1IH J NEGRO PRESS" Final rites for Mrs. Wheeler five houses. Fireman Gary hit this country since the J\VistI
The NEGRO PRESS believe* that America ean beet lead tfc.* were held Saturday, Aug. 1 at Rankin, of Metro's Station 7,
world from racial and national antagonism ,,,hen It accords to Atlanta Ariel Bowen of which M. E.the Church deceasedhad of said "some of the fires didn'ttake
every man regardless or race creed or color his human and been a loyal and faithful anti we put them out Chatter MatterIt's .
legal right Hating no man. fearing no man-the Negro Press member from early childhoodand with just minor damage. Other '
strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men ar"mrt as long as she was a resi- units have" been completely! de- happy birthday to Little and1 t. *congratulations -
as long. as anyone! is held back. dent of Atlanta. stroyed. Rudy
Mack who will be celebrating
Interment was in Lincoln The officer said the houses his 1st birthday party on Sunday -
POOR METROOur Memorial Cemetlery under the were to be torn down anyway, Auc. 0.PANCIIETA.
direction of Sellers Funeral "But this Is a dangerous way
Metropolitan government has experienced Home. i of going about It other per- L. YOUNG recently
sons and property are Jeojard- became tne bride of Har-
trouble more or less not long after it came into existence.
Survivors include, Mrs. Ella Ized. ry Davis. Mr. Davis Is In the
When there were not clashes with Mayor Irving McNayr, Kendall mother; Mr. and Mrs. Air Force. The couple will return -
there was changing the office of sheriff from appointiveto Randolph Kendall Mr. and In June there were seven'I to his Air Base together.
elective. Then consideration about going back to ap- Mrs. Claude Kendall, brothersand arson Incidents, four) In one I Hope you two will be aroundto
day. All of them
sI8ter in-Iaw; two grand were condemned celebrate many anniversaries -
.pointive or making other (amendments in the charter.The I 'suospuBja 'OAU 'sJa tt.Hncp frame buildings, ..

latest report is that a campaign has been started Thomas Jr. and Marque Jones t -_. t I;
a grandson-in-law Robert Howard ,
io get rid of the present commissioners, abolish the man- two greatgrands, several
uger's position, and set up a strong mayor form of govern- nephews and nieces and other
ment. relatives.

Spearheading this change are Dr. Edward Sofen, a I r It ,

professor at the University of Miami, and attorney Ro- Across From Park
bert Brake, a former commissioner. They will seek 43,000
:signatures; the number of voters required to compel the Choice colored church or school
48th
( Street and NW 8th Ave.
,commissioners to place the proposed charter' amendments Air conditioned Sanctuary. Institutional a k .
on the November 3 ballot. type construction.
Complete Sunday School on
The amendment would recall the present commissioners two floons heated. On four .4 ti}C
by having: new elections< next January 26 to elect lots. $110,000. Call John War-
what is called chief administratorand ren for appointment
a "strong Mayor, as
a nine man commission. A second amendment would THE KEYES CO. "Living Service for the Liv+ng"

deal with the present tax reassessment issue! 234 Biscayne Fit Blvd.1-3502 Realtors Oscar L. Range Funeral HomeM.

Mayor Chuck Hiall is opposed to these amendments, .... -.. .... -Indf Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mr.
and so is county manager McNayr, who said the assess- .
ment was just a vote getter. -..-.-.-.-.......-.---- 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue.

Supporting these proposals when presented to the Miss Vee Has PlentyOf OX 1.0131 OX 1-4343

commissioners on Tuesday' were about 100 per- Jobs Open >L
sons, most of them senior citizens.In .
Hotel maids and porters,
our opinion, Metro has had enough charter restaurant and cafeteria Houses And Apts. For Rent

amendments The voters should be tired of them. help of all kind, barmaids
Why not leave well enough alone and give Metro a and waitresses, experiencedshirt From $13 per week. Furnished or unfurnished

chance to operate for a while' without so many changes' ? operators and wearing Houses for sale. EZ Terms, Bargain Prices
apparel Domesticsin .
Dressers. I Ii
i and out of town. Auto Insurance. Check our new lower rates

YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKThe BURLANG EMPLOYMENT D. Goodman and Son, Inc.

consensus is that it is not a matter of Civil Rights AGENCY REAI/iINSURANCE ESTATE, )MORTGAC3E"

in New York because:) most civil rights were opened to 502 NW 54th Street 2688 N.W. 62nd, Street
those who would enjoy them. The trouble was more human OX 1.0380.Help
rights inferior education Such has 757.7674 ,
unemployment. ; : --- -
been festering for a long time. The Civil Rights Act just
helped in bringing these sore spots to a head. Bus 29 S
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a aaaa aaa teamto

FRIENDS NEIGHBORS, COUNTRYMENIt SKIN DISEASES
the Olympics in
should be the ambition of every man and I write FREE CONSULTATIONA Tokyo, '
in the jreneric sense, to own a home if it is possible to new approach. to treatmentand
do so. However, it is perhaps the most important under aimed: medication blood and based laboratory on speci October, 1964 "
taking In one's life, therefore, it is highly necessary to tests.

consult legal authority, especially so when purchasing on DR.' H. IIAAGPIj Send for your Olympic tote bag _
today $2 each.
time payments from construction companies. This is not 7-7234

meant for reflection on any particular company, but ttC'C1I'I'C'C'I'IIC'I "III1C"'N. Heavy vinyl plastic drawstring bag, ideal for the
just a reminder that it is the best and safest way to do beach. YOur
such business.If purchase will help support tho U: S.
REV. LAURA Olympic team.
you have read our daily newspapers regarding Spiritualist, Reader and
the Parkview Construction Company should be *
you en. Advisor r r. _
lightened in things that, can, and do happen Healings and blessing to I r "I
A word to the wise is sufficient.MAYORMANAGER : God' Powers | OLYMPIC TOTE BAG, Box 5406
One visit will convince you I DuPont Bldg., Room 1111, Miami, Fla. 33131 II

'that Rev., Laura will help
AT DC MEET you through her power of I Enclosed is $............,... for ................ bags. .
blessings. our contribution to the Olympic Fund I

Responding to a conference call by President John- DONATIONS ONLY | (please print) I
son, Mayor Robert King: High and City Manager Melvin UN 6-5882
Reese were among officials from 60 cities discussing the 612 71st Street I NAME.-: ..".--."...-...-..-... II I r
President's anti-poverty bill on Tuesday of this
'. The bill has been passed by the Senate;, and week.will beconsidered Miami Take L Beach bus ( ADDRESS ..................-..-..-..................?..,............................ ?

by the House on Friday. I CITY.................................................. STATE......................
The purpose of the meeting to I .
was give the cities SALESOPPORTUNITY - - ..,
some information +about the administration's approach to
the program and also to advise the federal people of the Published as a Public Service by The Miami TimesA

nature of their own problems. The bill provides 300 million Earn $too weekly while .

dollars for local public or ,private groups to run programs learning. C aj r necessary
in such areas as job training, education, housing Call 634-9O9S between 8.10
)welfare. a.m. and 6-8 p.m. ,', Classified Ad Will Pay Off in Big Dividends

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"Miss Decathlon" Excursion! Island Club

Contest is Sunday"Social There will be an' excursionto
Key West on Sunday Aug
Hour," the setting,:: 23, sponsored for the Churchof 1000 N.W. 2nd Ave.
NEWLY WEDS Henry and Chicago was guest of honor for contestants In the "Miss the Incarnation. Donation
Jewell Young have returned when Sandra Williams entertained Decathlon" Contest, Sunday $0,00 round trip, children un- FIIKSHNTSKIU.
after sight-seeing In New York l a group of friends. evening at the home of Julius der 12 years half; fare.

City. Those sharing In the fun were Simmons, was tagged and just HAT SUN.
Braneda and Hazel Prince that, a Casual Get-together for Bus will leave the church,
SHIS. MERLE It. PIERCE, Barbara Days, Cleo Jolllvelte, contestant and members of 1835 NW MUll St. at 4:30: a.m. AUG. 7-8-9
former Miamian now living In and from the corner of NW 11th
Valarie Albury, Deborah Aldia the Decathlons In order to make
Brooklyn, N.Y. is visiting her and Ira Everette and Eric this year's attraction much St. and 3rd Ave. 4:15: a.m. Get TRIPLE ATTRACTION
family at 4310( NW 11th Ave. Brown. more. colorful and beneficial to your ticket at 1111 NW 3rd
Mrs. Pierce Is accompanied by contributors and Ave. Mrs.\ Levi Johnson or call I
her three daughters. lIUS.'IOl T DoVEAUX has contestants. FIt 0-2313 and OX 1-7161 for Lilllo Johnny Taylor

AN EXCURSION to Key Westis returned to the city after vacationing I. Bain, president, extended further information, A22
being sponsored by the In New York as the greetings to the young ladies
Church of t h e Incarnationun guest of Ruth Jones. and introduced members, then

Sunday, August 23. For fur- laid out the plans of the organization DAV Takes PatientsTo ,
MRS. EVELYN HARVEYnas
ther information call Mrs. Leola to. help each con- : I,
taken her nieces Remee testant in whatever
means
Johnson, FR 0-2343 or OX ChurchSgt.
1-7464. and Marie DeVeaux to vaca- they see fit to achieve the'

tion in Wayneville, North Caro- crown of Miss Decathlon. I' Daniel W. Mullins, DAV
RUTH J. BLACKNELL and linia.
Chapter No. 39, will be responsible -
Contestants seeking to become
daughter lire vacationed this
in the cool Carolinas Among recent arrivals from MJss are: for escort of patients to j
summer ,
Dave church service at the Veterans
*
Nassau Miss Jewel Jac- I "
then visited In Washington, D. were Mary Adell Bain, Bar Administration
Coral
Hospital,
C., Waterbury Connecticut and quelyn Stuart and her employ.er bara Frazier, Gwendolyn An- I
Gables, Sunday morning, Aug.I
Callender
Roberts. They derson, Gladys McNeal and
finally New York. While in Waterbury -
0 at 0:30.Chapter: .
were f Mr. Roberts'8ister Jessie Mae
she was guest of her guests 0 I Lewis.
sister, Dianne Lockhart. Bra Mrs. M. Johnson, who 30 members will report
The Coronation
had Ball I Is dated
just returned from the '
remained in Washington, D. C.where1 School and for October 11 at Clyde Klllens' at 9 a.m. in order to get
Sunday B.T.U. Congress
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she will be attending Island Club. Purchase patients downstairs for church
.
in Nassau. your
American .University In the fait I advance tickets early, only 200 service., 3
DAV ,
meeting Sunday Aug.
available.
MRS. LULA HUGHES of are
REVEREND and MRS. Edward 9 at 1 pm. at 2191{ NW 152ndSt.
Graham, Ocila, Ga., is here visiting her
are motoring to The 19G1-G5 dUe are now
.
sister, Mrs. Mary Jenkins and I
the World's Fair. payable.
family. .The sisters exchange In Memory of A I
BENNIE (Scrooge) EDWAltlS yearly visits. This year it was
and Douglas Davis hit I "Aunt Lou's'!' Ime. Mrs.. Hugh Football<<; 'Hero WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT I

the road Thursday, each In his had her granddaughter, \Vinifl ';.' Miss\ Naomi Sands of Miami
own car, but traveling togetherfor ed to tag along. Winnie is a A hush has fallen on FAMU- niece of the former Mrs. Verna '
a tour of our own state. 7th grader and the daughter of Her land, SamH will be wed to Rev LI FILE i: JOHNNY TAYLOR
mightiest warrior
Mr:;. Evange line Harris, a for no longer
RETURNING FROM A visitto stands; Melvin Tyler D.D., of Orange- '
New York and the excitingWorld's mer ville.Miamian Mrs. Hughes, now is of the Jackson-mother Her grief is shared from shoreto burg S, C. TED) TAYMIIl\

Fair are Violet Far- of Cleo Hughes of Miami. shore, The wedding will be held at
rington and her mother Mrs She criss for Willie Gallmore. Mt. Olive Baptist Church Lin- &

Marie Farrington. HERMAN McLEOD, II 1 g It No more the the stress, the strain, ward, Pa., at 2 p.m., August 19. WILEY TERRY

CONGRATULATION TO the Priest of Royal Arch Masons, No goalward flight; Rev. Tyler is the pastor of Mt. ANI HIS HAND
more the
swerve, the cut-
will leave August G for Kansas Olive Baptist Church
Rev. Father Theodore Jones, back to the I
Vicar of the Church of the Incarnation City, Mo., to visit his son and No more ten thousand right, voices '
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
who was a year older soar
,
on last Sunday. Hubert E. McLeod. From No more the victory marchersroar Jackton'a Toddle Inn \1
there he goes to Indianapolis, 4
I ))1 UX'T KNOW, but pcr- Ind., to visit his youngest lie lies s.lll:, for Announces Registration
naps you did, that Blanche Cal daughter, Capt. Alva J. Mc- Holland evermore.Walthall Daily beginning Aug. 15 :
of Leod of the Nurses -
loway takes a group boys Corp. He
and girls to the "Pops" Concert then goes to the World's Fair ... r r; 9 9O 9I
each Sunday evening, at Miami and back to Kansas, then to I
Beach Auditorium. That's Miami. SEWING MACHINES iI
wonderful Blanche.MY .
MR. vnd MRH. CALVIN MAr
FAVORITE B-wmtldan, are entertaining houseguests,
Emma Summerset of Beauty- Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Edwardsof LOOK! Sf
rama is on vacation. Emma Washington, D. C. The Ed-I
choose to do so at this time, wards arrived August 2 and
so that she might be of help to are planning to stay for two
her sister Sally Harmon, recently weeks.
home from Mt. Sinai I I SINGERATLAS
Hospital. MRS. EMERALD GARDNER
and grandsons, Michael and
WE ARE HAPPY to know Keith, left for Tallahassee, on RECONDITIONED !1iriTI !

that Father Edwin S. Shirleyis Wednesday to attend the grad- :3 DAVH ONLY i'
well again after his recent' uation of her daughter, Mrs. I ,
Illness. Lorraine M. Rolle, who will receive -
LITTIiI:1VALLENE Beechum her master's degree from *O HewJnjj ;MachineHorvlrfl $2 'TAYLORTldiNr1GIC

Florida A. and M. University. |I
celebrated her third birthdayon Vesture MATiNICR
Thursday, of this week. MR. and :MILS. CLARENCE; No rhnrjcn if we rnnnot repair
Wallene is the daughter of Turner and sons Clarence W. your invent M(>ulii SUNDAY, AUfJUHT Oth
Winifred and Pedro Beechum.MR. and Kenneth Turner, and broth. machine in your homo for
tr John Williams of Opa Locka 92.00 or ICNH. ;.1 to ((5 I P.M. Aim. 1.00
find :MRS.: CHARLES have returned to the City after
Wyche principal of North Dade several weeks vacationing In CHECK djf O A *
Junior-Senior High are vacationing -
St. Louis Mo. with their uncle
f7Jb Mf TERMS} :
THESE FEATURES
in New York City. Dr. John A. Williams, and Chi- COMING ATTRACTIONS
PORTABLE ELECTRIC AIR COOLED MOTOR
CARLOTTA RIIETTA planedto cago and Detroit, Michiganwith EVERY TUr NIGHT
Houston. Texas on Fridayfor their brother and.sisters. 7 HPKK1)J CONTROL LUGGAGIS TYI')': CARRYING
short vacation. Enroute they visited with aunt CANE AMATEUR NIGHT
a

EDITH GRAHAM l I" recuperating in Georgia. F R E E BUTTONHOLE MAKER EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT
at home after a MRS. ENID REUSE: I IN now WITH EVERY MACHINE PURCIIAHHD ORIGINAL LADIES NIGHT
at home 1191 N. W. 57th St.

hospital confinement.WALLACE convalescing tained 13 from in injuries wreck sus- FOR FREE HOME Call PL 1 (\\77 AND EVERY SUNDAY
(THE RILEYS ( July a car JLmlJ J AFTERNOON MATINEE
IIAMM) christened their little while visiting her cousin Miss DEMONSTRATION +
one on Sunday, at Ft. Lauder- Hattie Brace at Chtistian Hos- 6-9 P.M.
dale. Godparents were Gwen- pital. Mrs. Reese's husband Mr. ATLAS SEWING CENTER I"
dolyn Hester of Washington J D. Leslie Reese was also inuredin COMIMJ) : \J. 14 13. 16

C. Alice Harrison and Kenneth the wreck but he has recovered 696 N.E. 125th ST., NORTH MIAMIROY'S 'i
Walker of Miami. Im- and has reported backto ...- Patti ,
medately following the service, work. LaBelle )a.a.

family and friends were en- ,
MRS. MARIE HODGE IN celebrating -
tertained. her birthday Sunday, and( The moo Belles:
READ WITH PRIDE the August 9. II is always a pleasure LOUNGE & BARAir

article In Wednesdays Herald to wish nice people a very TEENAGE: JHATINEH
written by Jo Werne featuringour pleasant birthday.

own Athalle Range. These FRIENDS also wish the stunning Conditioned Modern - 1 Ht'.V., AUG. 16th
: are the types of features that Miss Carole Jenkins a I
counteract front page riot happy birthday. Her birthdayis Informal Opened
stories. August 7. "WHERE CLYDE GOES,
I
Sunday*,: 0 Htm. to 1 p.m. j
.
OUR SYMPATHY to Mr* MR. AND MRS. ALBERT THE CROWD GOES"

mother Tom (Ruth died) recently.Jones w li o s e Smith of 2335 N.W. 55th Terr. Wrekrndft: 1 p.m. to :.1 a.m. I f WHERE:? CLYDE KILLENS 'f

are visiting in Jacksonville with I j
':. VlAUDK REID COLONEL Mr. Smith's father. While there, Dally: 1 p.m. 1 a.m. .,, NEW ISLAND CLUB "

Claude Clark and Dr. Ira P. they will attend the Trl-State (FORMERLY THE
Davis amended the National I Convention. Hostess of The Week a-> .. j;, v
:: t
Urban League meeting In iiiJ-aj': ; HARLEM SQUARE CLUB) >

Louisville, Kentucky. .... Located in The Famous Mary Smith For llr crvatlon. Call PR 3-M88

/THE EARL MIZELLB and 46th STREET LIQUOR AND PACKAGE STORE
Result ":? TCTiy3C-\C an r:10--'r-o t""ft
heir three sons are enroute to For Best "
the World's Fair In their newGrand 3737 Northwest 46th StreetWhere Miami Times Clasiied Ad

Prix.rlTTLE .
DEBORAH West of Try a Classified Ad The Atmosphere III Delightfully Different Your Silent Salesman A

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N EVE R CLOSE D Specials Good Thru August 8lh at Wel/er's/ AG Only

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Picnics SMOKED Ib 27c BIG STEAK SALE


CENTER CUT Club SteakDelmonico Ib 69c

Pork Chops lh 590 Steak lb 98c


FIRST rk Chops lb 350 Cube Steak lb 79c


SWIFT'S PREMIUM CANNED Fresh Ground Beef lb 29c

Picnics 3 !bs $1.49 Sirloin Steak lb 69cCOLD


BEER AT ALL TIMES
.-.. .. ' FROZEN DAIRY
TIDE-Giant 49t
M.M.-6 OUNCE CAN MANOR HOUSE- / GALLON
With $5.00 Order or More
Orange Juice 3 for 19c MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT Ice I Cream 9c

COFFEE 6. 890 PILLSBURY Sw. ButtermilkMORTONS
jar V
-20 OUNCE Biscuits J o 3or for 25c
Macaroni & Cheese 35c With $5.00 Order or More '
LIBBY PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT
MORTONS u_ ASST. VARIETIES PRODUCE
JUICE 46 oz can 290
Cream Pies 3 for $1.00
DEL MONTE 303 CAN Onions 3 lbs 19c

SWEET PEAS 2 for 391
CROSSROADS STATIONGas "66 GAS Peaches 2 Ibs 29c

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2c off Reg. price. 10% Due.on PRIDE OF THE FARM 303 CAN
motoring all assessorle a pleasure"SHURFINE*. "We make your TOMATOES 3 for 350 Plenty of GeorgiaWatermelons



Y.C.-2y2 CAN _
ROXEY TALL CAN

Peaches-Sliced 3 for 890 Dog Food 6 for 49c

y'f SHURFINE Y.C.- 2% CAN
Peaches-Halves 3 for 89c Charcoal 20 lb BAG
Briquets 89c
EELBEqK-5 lb BAG
MARCAL- 80 COUNT

,Rice-Long n 590 Napkins lOc
EELBECK- 12 OUNCE PACK
mmmmmmmmm*
Black Eya Peas 19c We have purchased a car load of KRAFT
JELLIES AND PRESERVES
ASST. FLAVORS-26 OUNCE PLUS DEPOSIT '
, Hoffman Sodas 10'". "Largest in Florida"
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14 Miamians Get FAMU Degrees: TodayOne I SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1964 PAGE 7

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student from East Africa Home Economics John IsaiahE. Culmer and Melford C. McMlnns. -
Is among the 157 candi- Makuku Is from Kenya East l HOMEOWNERS
dates for degrees from FloridaA Africa. At FAMU he majored School of Pharmacy: Harry
and M University scheduledfor agricultural economics. Lee Jones. I I I CONSOLIDATE__ YOUR JltUt
graduation Friday evening Candidates for the bachelorof Slated to receive the mas- MONEY AVAILAILE fROM
August 7. The commencement science degree from the Col- ter's degree In education are ?
exercises ending the second term lege of Arts and Sciences: Wil Delores T. C. Bethel Lorraine UHCOLN FEDERAL DIVESTMENTS, INC.
of th third trimester will be fred E. Duncombe Jr., Opa- Rolle Jessie P. Sandi ands. 681.4133WhicI
held bginning at 0 p.m. In the locka.' Guidance{ : Tee S. Greer Sr.,I
Bragg Stadium at Florida A The degree of bachelor of Charles B. Ingraham Frank E.
and M. science In education is slatedto Jones, Rlcmond Heights.Administration .

,The lone candidate for the be awarded Odessa S. Fel- vision: AlpertV.. Cooke.and Super-
bachelor of science decree from cer and Johnnie IT. S. Mills. Secondary Education: VirgilP.
the School of Agriculture and School of Nursing: Iris Luella Rogers.

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10-Year-Old Gets ; came first:

Merit Award

Sharon Dorsett 10, has received the golf ball
a merit award In a continuing -
program, of the Dairy
honor Council achievements of South Florida of school to i or Cordons( Gin?

age children In Dade County.

ce ,4 The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
"' is Percv Dorsett 2120 NW 75St.. Golf dates back to the 15th Century when

on May from 8 the saved wheels n 3yearoldgirl of an oncoming (f a ball stuffed with feathers was used. In

car, then walked from 1848 the "guttle"-a hard, moulded ball
!
door to door until she found
i
: ,. the parents of the apparently that was the direct forerunner of our 4 I
1 1 lost child. The grateful parents
modern golf ball was Introduced In
rewarded her with $2.50.
The Dairy Council Is Interested Britain. In,London, 79 years before this

In achievers In many fields I Innovation, Alexander Gordon perfectedhis J
and young people through .
twelfth grade are eligible. formula for a special gin.

Today, golfers the world '

: I relax the Nineteenth
at
.... .. ., ._ _, over
'" "' n v T'" "" Pops Concert at "
Hole and enjoy the deli"r
B. A. Morse Is shown presenting of Honor for years of dedicated ,
award to Stanley New- service and outstanding Beach SundayA t ? cate flavour and distinctive
bold, former PTA president of leadership. Mr. Morse made the )
of Gordon's
brilliant musical. bouquet dryness rr : '11
Wheatley Elementary School presentation as PTA vice presi- "' J]
of alt-time 'IP-ops" favorites '
dent Mary Blue looks Gin. Some claim thatGordon's
for his contributions In the on. will he presented by the Miami : GORDON
field of PTA work. Mr. New of Mrs Wheatley Hazel Troy Mrs. Annie Is principal Mae Beach Symphony, with Eaktay offers considerable : t i
bold was recently awarded the Jackson, president and Mrs. Al- Ahn, conductor of the Seoul, '' Ja. '
] consolation
Korea Philharmonic, on the as .::; : ,
Phyllis Wheatley PTA Award bertha Godfrey, secretary.
to-last podium for Summer the Oth"Pops"and next-con they total their score. .. DlStllLED '

cert at 8:15: p.m. Sunday night, No wonder it's the big- lONDON RY

Aug. a, at Miami Beach Audi- seller In England .,.."..GIN", ,,,,,.,, ,{
3 Miamians Among I torium. gest ","! I'-! ,\':' '
I America I the world! : \i'
Ahn comes here on an exchange .nE1t\"ftlt':
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conductorshlp with .......k,.
25-Year Grads At FAMUA I ductor Barnett of Breeskln the ,Miami regular Beach con- "' n

Symphony and director of the
feature of the August 7, I, summer "Pops" series. Mae- PRODUCT OF U.S.A.DISTillED LONDON OIN.100X NlUWt SPIRITS
commencement exercises at Flo- stro Breesktn Journeyed to Korea DISTILlED FROM GRAIN 90 PROOF GORDON1 DRY GIN co.,UD.,UNDtN,N,IAn

SU'ft Alumni Appoi'ntNew
rida A and M University will last May to conduct theI
be the presentation of medals I I
Seoul
I I I Philharmonic at Pusan
to one 50th year class reunion Officers and at the University of Seoul. .
alumna and 11 alumni representing -
their 25th year class The Southern University Guest soloist for the concert
reunion, according to G. W.I'I Alumni Chapter of Miami met will be Harold Cone, pianist
Conoly, executive secretary of August 4, and completed final whose many appearances, both Independent Analytical And
,
FAMU General Alumni As plans for the visiting faculty of
the here at home and aoroad, have
sociation. Southern University. New earned him glowing reviews. Comparative Study of The
Recipient of the gold 50 year officers were appointed, they
alumni medal will be Mrs. Al- are as follows: Chairman Mr.
thea Ayers of Madison, Florida. James Robinson, Co-chairman MINCE 1941 CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE j
Silver alumni medals, Mr. Ronald A. Smith, SecretaryMrs.
awards will representing Mlnerna S. Beneby and For Quality Building
25-year go
Mrs.. Frances Gause, Mr. Wlllartl Tolbert treasurer. f
to: Trapp COMPANY OF FLORIDAwith
Miami: William H. Adams, Jacksonville The chapter has been rome PL 1-3604
; the Rev. Emory R. what laxed In Its support for a
: Ga.' Mrs. An- well-organized and functioning the 25 largest insurance concerns in the United

nie lent Stevens, Quincy':' Al- under organization.its new We sincerely administration hope, CtnuI States. These 25 companies have an average of 97
vie Benton St.
Burg;
Cecil a.W. Boston, Orlando; John the wheels of ,progress will be I'' years of life insurance experience, own 78% of the
Henry Morris, Jacksonville; eternal. I invested assets of all life insurance in force, a favorable
Marcellus Alvarez Goodwin, Mr. Robinson is asking all
I comparison of the financial structure and opera-
Southernltes to
please report
Dennis
Goulds W. ,
Tampa;; Benjamin George F. Canty Jr., Ronald, at 5 p,m., sharp, at Mr. tional methods is certainly indicative of good general
Washington, D. C.; and Miss A. Smith's residence 355 management and financial stability.
Y. Patten Miami. NW 47 St., we will leave from I LOT OWNERS 1 1Wo II
Johnny I Basic Significant Factors of January 1 1064 Derived!
alumni will be their enroute to Miami's International II. ,
All
returning
I gal a.riM
plan, guide
feted Friday, August 7, at an Airport. From The Annual Statements
Alumni Luncheon, scheduled The dUtlngushed visitors willre.ld f. plami or own
ar (u) HOLVKNCYtAMMftM :
at the Intel national: Hotel -
University
for 12:30: p.m., In the for each IM of Ikihllltk'M of 1 1904
Commons, Mr. Conoly announced before leaving on a Caribbean Custom Built Home $ UN January ,
this week. Cruise. Average. 25 "LirgCHt. lift InNiiraiico conipaiilfM $107.00
Other events at which will I I Attractive Addition Ontral Ufn IiiMiiranco Company of Floiida" 111.02
be feted Include the reception, friends, the alumni, faculty and S Alteration (l h) HUIU'J.UH FUNDS: 1'rr $100 of Ufa ItrNrrvrn is
given by President, and Mrs. friends of Sunshine Manor, the Quality Avrrnw 25 Lurg<' t life insurance conrpanteN $0.11
George W. Gore Jr., for graduating presidential residence, Tuesday I Good bank financing fVntrnl T fniminrn Company of Florida' 15.00
seniors,_ their relatives and August 0, a7:30: p.m. (c) LIQUIDITY:
-. C1f& I1 L7aOaDa AIIHr.tH 'In Cash/ IloiuN find HtorK, for rnrfi $100 LlnhlllAvrrngn -

I ffi Q. k'H. 25 Inrgpxt, lift liiMuruncn companies $38.20
APPAREL FOR SALE CVntnil Life Iniiiiinr" Com; |winy of Florida" 70.38d
( ) TOTAL INeO U: FOIl 1 \eJl $IOO DIKHUIUtKD: :
M8 N.E. Tttfc StvoolDugie's
Average 25 largest: Ufa Inmiranrc conip.inlcN, $102.73
Gracie's UceluM Insured Ontral Lift InNiiraiico Comjtauy of Florida' 101.41t'
Come
'Champagne taste, beer pocket? to ( ) I'Jtor.IlKHH:
where you'll find like-new exclusive dresses, lnorenses U 5.1 over 1002:
suits, skids, blouses, shoes all originals. $1 to $5 Average 25 i
Mink, fox and other stole and fur jackets $5 to $10. Guest House Largest Life ) '
CompaniesCentral
Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen Life '
Italian silk suits. $3 and $5. The house of unusual
dresses $1. Men's pure room J\'f!''' Increased! 8.02% 9.20%
Blue serge, suits $5. Sports. jackets $2. Pants, shoes (:ross Htirpliifl' Im-rwiNrd: 20.M! % 5.11go
$1. Shirts SOc. Also linens, drapes, bedspreads and Open 24 hour NE 4-3851 Life Reserves Increased 4.0% 4.10% '

other household items. We cater to the elite. Grace Conclusion ,
and Mike will greet you, personally.. Men's new silk Seeing i* BelievingSee The comparative analysts. of the Central Insurance' Company :i

e suite. Values_to ,$150. NoW only $10 to $25.GRACE'S of Florida In comparison with the ngRrrgnto Averagesof
THRIFT SHOP u* for clean rooms the 25 tangent American Companies., In our opinion In very
I 'avor.hJI'. Daned on the results achieved In tlie! year ending
2512 NE 2nd Ave. FR 1-8372 Jamaica Dugte always a December 31, 11HJ.1 amyl of Its present financial position, we
j believe It to he a reliable Institution that bar and warrants
Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. friend public confidence.
Signed; :
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2941 NW 47th St. Miami
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PAGE 8 SATURDAY AUGUST 8, 1964 AND AROUND THE BAHAMAS _.,
Samuel J. Wilkinson, F. R.

TEMPLE BAPTISTThe __L:! ..- !:! R'Ii Ecom. S., F.C.I., F.R.S.C.
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"<"' ""' M.I.O.M., Accountant Company
No. two choir will spon- Mrs Marion Gordon, 88, collapsed I I was a very pleasant visitor to Commercial Consultant and
,4 R E sor a dinner this Saturday at suddenly and died at Nassau recently. He met a Company Secretary has been
1: the home of the president, Mrs. her Shirley Street residence on i. I made a Fellow of the Royal
Matilda Hall 1575 NW 67th St. July 17. Her survivors are two number of old friends and made Economic Society London. He
1 Service will be from noon until children Nibbs J. Gordon and some new ones. Mr. Taylor left is now accountant for the Pen-
? Donation on dollar. Mrs Rosaline Irving of New I the Bahamas 45 years ago. ny Farthing Limited.
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York; two sisters Mrs. Kathline I I' ..
. Charles Ambrose director of Bain and Mrs. Ellen Edwards: The South Andros Sailing Re-
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aI choir No two, is a patient at the two nieces, Mrs Doris Bullard gatta will be held at Kemp Bay The Progressive Liberal Par-
Veterans Hospital, Coral Gable. and Mrs Nora Stuart seven on Monday August 10 It Is ty plans to construct a two
We pray for his speedy re- that than 32
relatives
other more
grandchildren and expected story building in the Grove at
covery. work boats in several
sailing
i Bahamas Avenue and Exuma
Sunday services will be as I I Church classes, will compete for prizes Street at its headquarters. The
usual. St Matthew's Nassau and trophies Emmanuel Rolle estimated cost of the building
celebrated the 1C 1th anniversary is organizer of the event. is $70,000. The ground floor will
The Daughter Elks of the Bahamas I dedication during the week i. # be an assembly hall with a seat-
aP 'Y will hold their annual I of July 20-20. The foundation of William (Sonny) Cooper, G9, ing capacity of 300 and the
h y convention at Temple from I the church was laid on St. Matthew's died suddenly at the Princess second floor will have offices
21 1800
Day September Margaret Hospital on July 10. and conference rooms.
s Sunday August 1C-19. I Hartman Taylor of Miami
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TRY! Colon Realty TRY! LIB CITY

Official of Lincoln NE 4-0490 NE 4-8634

National Bank Wins CBS Air condition 3bedroomFruit
DRIVE IN THEA THE

NABAC AwardDavis trees, large living room with real fire place
L. Station, Sr., eexcu- and partly furnished. 1-bedroom with private en- 22nd Ave. and Palm Drive-in Theatres-..** ,

tlve vice president of the Lin- trance suitable for a small business. COMPLETELY INTEGRATEDOX
coln National Bank of Miami

has won Four first membership place In the con-District $10,500 total price $350 down $72 month 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.

test of NABAC the association pays all NOW SHOWING
,'1 for bank audit control and I
operation Ills score in the con-
test also Indicates that he Is I II One mnn. .
I high man In The nation, since three women. .
'I I t the nearest winner In any of TillS AD WOlt'l'1I ON REPAIRS ON ANY one night. .
the fifty states Is ten percentage $1 50
points behind him. 1tAIIO. TV on II.-I I

The award Is based on Mr. a
Statton's achievements I n x
bringing 30 new members Into &
NABAC during the year from ANCHOR
among eligible) bankers: throughout -
the states of Florida, Geor- riE oN
gia, Alabama, Mississippi, and
Tennessee.Mr. YEgR IprFgFR REPAIRS ::1

Statton's recruiting abilities UrS
spring from his personal aYlc t ,
activities and interest in the association -
of which he is past NE 5-0055
president of the South Florida
:
36th STREET
1782 N.W.
Chapter and presently & state 7
director serving a second con-
secutive term.

These distinctions reflect
credit Lincoln National
great on
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which is one of the':youngest The Fun Capital of Florida I
banks In Dade County, having !
been founded In April of this
,year, and is the only fully Integrated SIR JOHN HOTELWELCOMES
Southeast.bank In the / entire RICHARD AVA DEBORAH SUE I


came Notification from Sam of F. the DiCara ajyard, deputy I BURTON BARDNER KERB I LYON!
director of NABAC at Its .
national headquarters In Chi 1964 Grand Lodge Convention
c go. The actual presentation .. Mei1o GUldwy Mayef 8l1 SeueA IJIS edUCiI00S p seellheJUhANUSfOURaySf31kProduclloootie
will be made at the Officers
Council September meeting 28. In New York Improved Benevolent Protective Orderof oosseeWIIllams' Tjj E

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Count''y Hall on Pembroke Road. pital for several weeks. It was
*. reported that 'he Is home againat j
Newsy; The Rev. Sears of West Hollywood 42nd Ave, and Hallandala
was in Memorial Hos Beach Blvd., in Hyde Park.


By11'alter .
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Service, JA 2-0174.
I.. ** _- THIS WEEKEND, AUGUST 7-8-9
,
She tfr' T.. A., -r'Buchanan pre- Claude Pepper County Manager The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
slhta 'a. check to Charles R. Irving G Edison Cen- Verdel Cooper, Joyce, was mar- "The most sensational all around"
Hadley, chairman of the Carver ter Insurance Co., Robert ried to James R. Smith, sonof
Branch YMCA Campership Shervin, John Gilbert Mrs. Mrs. McLeod of Liberia: Big Talent Since
Drive as the four recipients of Gertrude Del I .
Vigie, Theodore They were married Sunday, August t '
the Campership Drive look on. Klpnes, Washington Federal 2, at St, Andrews Episco- SAA1MY DAVIS JR.FRANKIE .
Left to right: Calvin Hughes, Savings and Loan, Judge Joe pal Church In Liberia.at 0. p.m.
YMCA executive director; Sher Eaton, Judge Thomas Lee Jr., Father Clarke officiated..
iff Buchanan, James McDave, Judge Ray Pearson. .** .>
Gregory" Mosby, Charles R. Judge William A. Herin, Dade Petty officer 3rd class Nor- LYMON
Hadley, Thomas Palmer and County Lunchroom Association, man Hart, reported last week
Donald Strozier. First Federal Savings and Loan, while he was home on furlough. '. ...::'
Other 'contributors to the University Savings and Loa n, Mr. Hart visited his family. He ; SHOW
Campers .ip Drive thus for are: Lincoln National Bank Mrs. Is stationed at Norfork Virginia
Chase Federal Savings and Stanley Newman, Charles R. NOD. He resides at '4832 SW PLUS
Loan, Miss Carol James, David Hadley, Cecil B. Price Trust 23rd St, with his family. -
Blumberg, Mip. Anna Brenner Fund, Herbert Kloeber. .. **.1
Meyers, Island:Industries, S. A., I I Mrs. Margaret Price, M. J. Sgt. Arthur Abrams reported ETTA JAMES
Mrs. M. Nadler, Mrs Marie Lar-|I B, Corporation, M. M. Ripper, Monday, that.hd arrived
kins, Mrs: Mary Davis, Dennis A. Leonie, T. B. Walker, Mar- Sunday, August 2, from FU
Smith, Judge J. Gwenn Parker kel Irving, J. II. Durr, W. R. Riley, Kansas, 'visiting friends S PLUS -
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Gene Williams, Egelloc Social Murphy, Mrs. Frelda Marko- :
Club, Delta Sigma Theta Soror- \vhz, Commissioner M. L. '
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JAMAICA SKA
James I South Uroward Post No.8195
ity, Saugherty, Mrs Reese, Mrs. Florence Marko-
Alex McIntosh, E. R. Grgen-J will hold a special meeting Sun-
schatz. I IAlAam witz, Stanton Sanson, Attorney day, August Q, at 4114 SW 19th Latest Dance Craze
Lippman, Mrs. JohnE. Henry Arrington and Franklin St,, West Hollywood. Membersare :
King, Roosevelt Savings and Federal Savings and Loan Association asked to please be present PLUS'r,
Loan Association, Congress, I _._._ ....
The Star Light Lodge No. CHICKIE HORNE
542 will meet Friday night, Au-
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Carriers, August 10-22, with 8 pm. It will follow closely, WILLENA MACK
the Fontalnebleau Hotel as the route of the Orange Howl Engraving
headquaters.It Parade. The people of Miami -+- PLUS -
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% with ml
Is that about
expected 4,000
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ir rr" : Fla. Baptist Women Attend House Party I




j I On July 28 thru 30 more: Miami for the National Baptist through Miss White or Mrs. -

; than 60 women who are lead- Convention in Dertoit on I Pratt and get a receipt for your ST. JAMES AME CHURCHRev. I MT. ZION AME CHURCH
I'
J ers in their local church districts the first Sunday morning in space. This fantastic trip
and state convention September. The round trip will should be given considerationto J. B. Blacknell, pastor Opa-locka Fla.

gathered at St.; Augustine to attend : Ue only $48 from Miami right the Baptist greatest con- Bert Cooper, reporterThe Rv. H. E. Greene pastor

+\I. the fourth annual house I into Detroit. vention. The trip will be delightful conference Services on last Sunday
third -
quarterly
I party. The meetings were in- President Holley appointed and Mrs :Mary Fran- were carried on as usual nlth
will be held Friday night,
, epirfnig'! and offered an added Miss Marie White find Mrs. cis White of New Providence know the our pastor bringing two ery
As
amount of knowledge to those Irene Pratt Wilder as cochairman Baptist Church will serve as August 7. you inspiring
who are lovers of kingdom and reservations should hostess. There will be morningand four conferences a year are messages.

I building. be made on or before the 20th evening devotions. very important meetings. We Sunday, August 9 the young
of this month to insure ac- Much for God was accom- all should try and be present. people will observe' their (second -

Mrs. Susie C. Holley, Mrs. comodations. plished during: the fourth annual "I was sick and ye visited annual Youth Day. Everyone -

\ Celestine Dixon and Mrs. Carrie Please make reservations house party me:" Mrs Annie Edwards, Mrs. is Invited to attend all
I B. Sloan presided throughout -
Prudence services Sunday and see our
'the three-day: sessions. On PAGE 10 SATURDAY AUGUST 8 1964 Thelma Turner Mrs.
Johnson, Lincoln Poitler, R. C. young people in action. They
Tuesday evening Mrs. R. W.
I and will have a musical programin
Matthews, James Wood
Puryear was charming and dynamic Jen- the afternoon from 4 to 3.
A. C. Smith. Mrs. Mary
as she addressed the .
We are all working towardsour
after
kins is improving nicely
women in the place of Dr. Pur-
Woman's Day which 'will
ill last week. She was
being
who out of the state
year was be the second Sunday in
aWe to be out of bed in timeto on
and found it Impossible to be
'l October.We .
present. N enjoy the annual visit of

her sister Mrs. Lula Hughes of are all praying for our

There was a brief panel discussion Ocilla, Ga. pastor's wife and all the other
/>, of the improvement of
sick members of Mt. Zion.
lead- Bros. A. C. Smith and JamesE.
the church participation,
they will have a speedy
Hope
erchip and communications Sharp are still thanking the

., were some of the topics mentioned tis captains members and friends recoverly.
d for their support and coopera-
ST. PAUL AME CHURCH
tion on Men s Day.
Mrs. Janie Poe of Sarasota Among the ten captains reporting -
spoke Wednesday morning and the highest amount Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor

t 1 I; one could readily say the were: Mrs. Lea Cray, reporter
1; theme could have been interesting a Dallas Stroud $17000
,Sz Mrs. Bertha Smith is asking
1 for Indeed there were /
Willie Scott 169.00
J to attend
5 a
5 everyone programon
I
showers of blessings. Ralph V. White 142.00
I Sunday, August 9, 1964 at
Mrs. Irene Pratt Wilder of ; Rev J. J. B. Blacknell 135.00A. 3 pm. in behalf of Woman's
Elder F. A. Allen C. Smith 88.00
of SpeakerAt
Miami gave a partial report ? James E. Sharp 80.00Lee Day.The
the loyalty envelopes reported
all B. Wright 83.00 women of St. Paul: are
this and urged
at party received Jason Beckwith 80.30 making plans for Woman's Day
workers who have
f them to kindly send them in Mt. HermonWe Willie Nicholson 71.00 along with' the chairman, Mrs.
Theodore Mackey 70.50 Ruth Abrams.
no Florida! : must lead again and I

again 'i in 1h S--project in"r the members of the big- -

great national Baptist Convention gest little church in town are I

proud to say and to let all of S
our friends know that Sunday, '41 i Laymen Attend 11th
Mrs. Holley] made a dynamic August 0, is our 7th unnuaMen's

plea for the committee of One Day. We believe that we .

Thousand and appealed to the have the finest group of men !i
women to pull and to push. : that can be found anywhere, s DistrictConference
Women are urged to raise as !
and they are all out, to prove '1
many one hundred dollars per that they can do a Job for the /
person per Missionary Societyand upbuilding of God's kindgom 1. JACKSONVILLE, Fte. -Numerous the proceedings. She expressedher
every church is called onto that will cause other men to f N4 were the great leadersof gratitude openly to her dele.

Vo' participate by giving $100. see their lights shining. African Methodism in attendance gates and officers for the parts

This money will be earmarkedand Uro. John L. :smith, chair- at the State Laymen's they performed in making the
will be an endowment for man of the event is one of the 9 Convention which convened convention a success. She is

the college most likeable men anyone July 22, 23, 24, at St. Stephens asking all delegates and lay-
AME Church Jacksonville Fla. men of the South Fla., Confer-
could meet. lie is a man that
Miss Marie White of Miami
ence Lay Organization to meetin
succeeded Mrs. Holley, calling has dedicated himself to the Among them were the following session
regular quarterly _
on the women of Florida not work of the Master, and he who of ,
are among symbols August 30, at St. James AME
to fail God the and says that this must be the
Baptists our South Florida Conference
Church Liberty City Miami
Florida. She closed greatest 'Men's Day at Mt. ,
by stating, yet, jwr Organization: Mrs. Irene L. Florida.
we can do It If we will only HermoH. conference
Taylor
president
ask Him. Along with me chairman is ; The delegates returned to
Mesdames Rosa L.
the co-chairman, Bro. Joseph Queen West and theme of the convention as
Mrs. Laura Massey of Daytona Daniels one who is not new in Jackson Louise Byrd, Irene their aim, "Lift as We Climb"and
L Beach then paid $100. Mrs. the field of Christian endeavors Eagleton Bernice S. Henderson "Soaring to Higher Goals!
Margaret Carey, and Mary "
Holley reported several $100'6that but one who is experl- in Laymanship.
were given by women of ,. .. into. JOSEPH DANIELS Colden: Messrs Edward Cherry, Bernice S. Henderson
the Southern Baptist. Thus -- '''' Co-chairman B. J. White Mitchell Augustus .

the committee of one thousand ,1S Paul Jones Sylvester Henderson DAY SPRING CHURCHRev.

became a great feature. r'455' enced in putting over a pro- Willie Scott, Samuel T. William Slater, pastor
k gram that is worthwhile. Our Piper Chales W. Terrell, A. L. 2991 NW C2nd Street
The banquet was held In the program is well prepared. Men Glenn and St. Elmo Greaux.

spacious dining room and Mrs.J. # 'throughout South Florida will The very efficient and able
H. McKissick, wife of the 44 participate on the program. Aomng the clergy from :the Rev. W. B. William preacheda
pastor of First Baptist Churchin ; '5 South Fla., Conference were wonderful
sermon Sunday
St. Augustine delivered the Our morning sermon will be Rev. F. E. Allen, presiding- morning entitled "It
keynote address. This young delivered by Rev. Dr. Frank A. I der of the Miami district; Rev.J. HappenedOn services
is the Aleen presiding Elder of t h eMiami A. Roberts of Calvary Evening
finest elder
woman among i presiding found the Rev. C. Weather-
speakers in :Florida attractiveand a District of the AME the N. Miami district; Rev. J.
S In for
I beautiful she impressed Church. At 3 p.m. the Rev. J. B. Blarke presiding elder of spoon charge our pastor
who is recuperating In Christian
B. Blacknell and congregationof
those who heard her. the West Miami district; Rev.
Hospital from accident.
St James AME Church will S. A. Cousin, Greater Bethel, an
!4 Time and space will not per- come and celebrate with us. I I Miami; Rev. E. M. Blocker Speaking from the subject
mit us to write of,,the blessing Rev. Blacknell has promisedthat Greater Allen Lake "Examine Me 0 Lord and Try
Temple "
that we received on the com- this will be a spiritual af- Wales and Rev. J, B. oarmon, Me Rev. Weatherspoon deli-
pus of Florida Memorial Col- I Allen Chapel Melbourne. vered a power filled message.
lege. fair.At The pastor wishes to thank all
the service
evening
our What do I owe to times members and friends and well-
dentist Dr. G. W. Haw- my
pioneer
The early morning worship to church to wishers who have visited him
kins will be our This my my country
at 6 a.m. when strains went speaker. and asked
continued
to neighbors to schools your
also to be my my ,
promises Informa-
"I Can
forth Hear My Saviour
We the meml/ers wish
to prayers.
tive and my bishop and ministers?
Calling Women of Day Spring instructive in all mod-
for
Baptist Churche and others i ern Issues. Such were the questions these our. pastor a speedy recovery

from Jacksonville were usuallyon Please, let us all pray for the virtuous men and women ask-
call for this period. success of the church as wellas ed themselves as each worked
1IKO. JOHN L. SMITH for our nation. We will see, diligently to perform the duties NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev.

Mrs.Emmanuel Sarah and Baptist Airs. Church Troupeof Chairman I you at the church Sunday. committees.assigned them on the various W. E. Sims, pastorA.

L.
were efficient in their work, Stephens reporterThe
Mrs. Troupe was the first MACEDONIA Hosting this large delegation
BAPTIST : fruit of the spirit is love
,
EBENEZER METHODISTRev. from
woman in Florida to contrib- every conference in the
ute $100 toward the scholar- Rev. Roscoe Jackson pastor state were the Right Rev. E. C. Joy peace, patience kindness
Aaron D. PastorE. goodness faithfulness,
Hall Hatcher and Mrs. gentle-
ship fund.A Willie J. Beard, reporter Hatcher
3165 NW 56th Street Ingram reporter presiding prelates and Rev. J. ness self-control; against such

visit was made to the Services last Sunday, were The public Is cordially Invited S. Johnson pastor. there Is no law. (Galatians 5:

grave of Dr. N. W. Collier, the high and well attended. The to attend a Fashion 22-23.)
founder of the college and a pastor was in complete charge; Show and Tea Sunday Aug- At 11 a.m., Wednesday, the The spirit ran high on last

prayer was offered that God his text taken from St. Mark ust 9 at 4 o'clock in the social ; group witnessed a masterful Sunday and our pastor's mes-
would send forth more men 10:51. Subject. "I Want To See". hall of the church Sponsoredby I opening message by Bishop sages touched upon the above
like Dr. Collier who would give We had two persons that were Choir No 1. The membersof Hatcher. He spoke from First passage of Scripture.Our .
their lives for cause of Chris- united with the church. the choir have worked hardin Corinthian 3rd chapter 9th

tian education.Mrs. The Pastor's Aide Union will planning this affair and securing verse. His subject was "Christian Prayer Meeting for revival -
"
Stewardship, with his dis- begins August 10 at 7.30:
be held at Macedonia on Sun- models. We are sure
C o r r 1 n e Watts, course being based Fellowship p.m. through the 14th. Revival
-
that upon
day afternoon at 3 p.m. you will enjoy the occa-
,
who Is to
employed pre are services will
On next Sunday we will sion. Friendship Leadership be conducted by
young women for Christian Partnership Discipleship the EVangeliSt, Rev. K. S. Wil-
observe our church anniversary. On last the
Wednesday
night
service in their churches and ,
and
He his son, of Mt. Morlah Missionary
pastor
Stewardship. sent
community ,served as hostessfor A grand time is in store for all youth of the church presenteda -
,
that attend audience away with a desire for, Baptist Church Winter
film "Teenager Choice. At
the house party and dida and
Park.
an Impulse toward spiritu- Preaching begins Mon-
this movie the members of the
were fine comfortable Job in seeing and happy.that all ST. MARK BAPTISTRev. official board of the churchwas al two Improvement.South Fla., Conference dele- 28th.day night, Aug. 17 through the

their With the
Dr. F. H. wrlght pastor of F. L. Johnson, pastor guest. pur-
chasing of projector much enthusiasm The election of officers All captains asked
Mt Carmel Baptist Church: In Mrs. Ruthie M.' Scott, reporter gave are to
Gainesville, was considered to Sunday Aug. 0 at 3 p.m. a has been expressedby gates Episcopal offices; namely, please make your report this
be a very brave man as he Recognition Program will be the youth. Mr. A. L. Gleen, state chaplain, Sunday for the ABC Rally.
The Methodist Men will have
the male attend and Mrs Bernice S. Henderson
was only to
given for all the young people. change of class meeting on state director of public rela- We are happy to have Sis.
the party. Special honors will be given to Tuesday night. Please remem- tions.. Queen Mary Williams with us

ON TO THE NATIONAL graduates. Mrs. Edna Owens ber the sick and shut-ins witha again who had met with an

BAPTIST CONVENTION will be our mistress of cere- card and a prayer. Sunday Mrs. Irene L. Taylor, Con-, accident several months ago.
monies. Refreshments will be will be infant baptism and reception erence president, was very much Let us continue to pray for
A chartered bus will leave served. of members. < impressed and pleased with our sick and



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District Laymen ZION HOPE BAPTIST BEREA BAPTIST THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.


Plan Frappe Sip 5129 NW 17th Ave. Rev. J, Toles pastor SATURDAY AUGUST 8, 1964 PAGE( 11ccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccc
Rev. P. Freeman: pastor The Lord is still blessing us

You are invited to a Frappe at Berea, we had a wonderfulday

Sip District being Laymen's given by Organizationat the Miami all Our day: service Sunday was with very our No.high 1 in last charge Sunday.all Rev Samplewas ,w .*.e, r..y.. .. M :
day.
and No. 2 choirs In charge all
New Bethel AME
Church, We invite you to come out
Old Cutler Road, Goulds Aug- day.We Sunday, to hear our pastor. We
ust 23 from 3-5 in the after- will be leaving Sunday think he is a God sent man.

noon. An interesting program is at 7:30: a.m. for baptism service. Sunday, will be Communionday
being planned Mrs. Irene L. \Ve are asking all our membersand morning and evening for

Taylor will be speaker. She is friends to meet us at the the benefit of working peonle. T .
the popular president of the church at the above time Sister Ruthle Parmer is at I

South Florida Conference anda Please continue to pray for home recovering from an operation -

dynamic speaker. our sick and shut-ins and remember Please pray for all the
Laymen and clergymen of all our weekly meetings. sick and shut-ins. k
denominations from all over Don't forget to visit Berea

South Florida are expected to GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. Baptist Church, the church of
be in attendance in order
that
nobility, where everybody is
they may enjoy this lovely af- W. F. Savoy, pastor somebody and God is all.TRANSFIGURATION.
fair. Delicious refreshments, are G805 NW 14th Ave. ELK'S GRAND BALL
to be served. See you there.
Zack Ferguson, district The Adult Choir wishes to Fr.
,
ident; Sister Ann Smith director thank those who worshippedwith On Sunday, past the new
them last Sunday and Church of the Transfigurationwas THURSDAY -AUG 27 9:00 P.M.At .
those who
,
helped to make the officially dedicated by the

FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST service musical and inspiring. Rt. James L. Duncan, D.D., The Fabulous

Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor The anniversary chairman, Suffragan Bishop of the Dioceseof
Ruby Lee Carr, reporter jl Mrs Naomi Smith Is asking South Florida. The outdoor' Miami Beach Convention,, Hall

Services were wonderful that we attend a meeting on procession began at 10: a.m., THIS YOU CAN'T MISS
August 11 at the home of Mr. from the Rainbow Park Ele-
throughout the day with IY FAMOUS
our MUSIC WILL HE FURNISHED THE
J. 1). Fanlel 769
NW C7th St. mentary School, then proceeded -
both
ing pastor and preaching evening sermons.morn- I at 8 p.m. to the entrance of the "Lloyd Price and His Big Band"W.
The and
pastor
family are church where Duncan
Bishop
The members of No. 1 usher
expected back with the C. Baker and His Big Band
us
board with Deacon Beeker T. j on gave the formal opening. The .

Smart, president, invites you to second but we Sunday hope enjoyable after a short procession then entered the Bobby Marshall, the Great M. C.
,
its Summer Tea I vaca- nave of the church and Into
Sunday, Aug. tion. : And ,the floor show of Clyde Killens Island Club
9, 4 to 0 p.m. at the home of Please the sanctuary where the dedication -
remember the sick and
Deacon and Sis. John Conner, I shut-ins In services( were completedwith THIS IS A BIG NIGHT
1075 NW 49th St. with Sis. your- prayers anddon't the blessing of the Altar,
2 Bands Floor Show and Continuous MusicNO
Marie Freeman of Zion Hopea I welcome forget at 'Grace.you ;are always ornaments, and vesting of the ,
: Altar INTERMISSION
dynamic guest speaker.You .
will miss a treat if you' PROVIDENCE CHURCH The Mass was celebrated by Make your advance reservations. for tickets at

fail to hear her. Our congratu- Bishop} Duncan, assisted by the following places
lations extended to the Father Clarke, Vicar, with Mr.
are oncoming
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor
Convention Headquarters 1025: NW 2nd Ave.
Arthur Cole and Elisha S.
wedding of Deacon A Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter
J. Blakely, chairman of the Clarke III as M. C. Father North's Travel llimxm 1104 NW 3rd Avc.

trustee board to Sis. Hattie P. A good name is better than Clarke presented a class for 1 Atlas Elk's Lodgn 320 NW 16th Terr.Llbclty .

Brown of St Paul AME Churchon precious ointment; and the day the year This total 30 personsto .
| Elk's 0525 NW 18th Ave.
Aug. {9 in Harrison Ga. at of death than the day of one's join the church this year. Lodge
the home of the bride to be lJirth.-Ecc. 7-1. The class In May was the lar- I Gu8slo's Beauty Nook 3710 Frow Ave.

parents, Mr. and Mrs. James The spirit of the Lord was gest class presented': In the his I Dt. Ellen Taylor'n, Cleaners 511 NW 14th St.

Fowler. Our sympathy is extended high throughout the day Sunday tory of the church. | I Dt. Ruler Susie Harvey 18010 SW 103rd( Avo., Perrlnejoooaoooow
to Sis Gertrude Ross We are looking forward After the service dinners were
and family In the loss of her for a fine time Sunday. At 3 served In the Auditorium of

sister in Bollgee, Ala. We are p.m. the Young Matrons and Rainbow Park School.. We wishto

continuing in prayer for our tho YWA will sponsor a tea. A thank the many friends who r
.IT..JI".If.Jl'.II'.If.JT.r.zrr:1t.1fJr.Jr.f": : >r.JI..If.JI.Y.JT.1r.1rTJr.JfJr..1l..If.Jr-'I"D l1".11[I11JTJr.
sick and complete shut-ins fine program Is in store for Joined with m on this glorious

that they will get well real you. You, you and you are in- occasion especially the many

soon. We are so elated over our vited. members from our sister Theresa Florist
many visitors each week. Our Continue in prayer for the churches In the Deanery. Our

very fine efficient pastor, officers sick and those who are grievedover honored guests were Mr. and
and members join this the loss of loved ones. Mis. Charles Broward, Mr and
reporter in saying you are always Mrs. George Root, architects; ( "Since 1019"fr
welcome. MT. CALVARY CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Frentzen, r

Come to church, have your Deanery director of the Episcopal ARTISTIC ARRANGEMENTS
faith lifted. Constance Carter, reporter Churchwomen; Mrs. A.
Rev. S. Atchison pastor Travers Ewell, past presidentof FOR ALL OCCASIONSNOW

ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. 9 the Youth the Episcopal Churchwomenof
Sunday, August ,
the Diocese Mrs. Henry C.
will render service. As usual, ; MILKS AWAY FROM 1IHJII 1'IUCKH
0.V.. Foster Turner of
pastor secretary bishop
they will be their best. Won'tyou
Bro. Casey Graham, reporter encourage them Uy attend- l Duncan; Mr. Greenbaum, president SPECIALIZING INWeddings --

The Male Chorus will observeits ing worship service. of American Plumbing
Supply Co. Miami Beach; Mr. Artificial Shipping
anniversary starting Friday The anniversary programfor Russell Little river
night with a musical program.It our pastor will end at 3 Troutman, Sprays
welcome Hospital Bouquets
Post Office We
will climax on Sunday at 3, p.m. Sunday, August 9. Help you Prices
and won't please come Special Group
p.m. with the Rev J. W. make this a great day for our say and you with again.On Anniversaries
back worship us
Stephenson, guest speaker. pastor by attending the program will celebrateour ForOrganizations
Sunday, we
The Banquets Schools
annual church picnic 7th Patronal Festival ser- ,
will be held this Saturday at Please remember our sick vice with Solemn High Mass Funeral Designs And Churches
Virginia Key Beach Transportation and shut-ins, pray for them, with procession at
and sermon
will leave the church at and by all means visit them.SALTER'S 10:30: a.m. At 5 a.m., the Pa COMPARE OUR VALUES LOWK8T PRICES

9 a.m. tronal Festival Fellowship hour HOW WM DO IT??
Sunday worship will be under CHAPEL .
the leadership of our associate program.Tonight Is the night. The We own our bulldlnir. There In no rent due
Rev II. J. Benson, pastor
minister. Flossie Marshall, reporter I Second Annual Patronal Festi- We Pass This Savings on to You
Starting Monday night there
val Dance at the Biscayne Ter-
will be a week of prayer meeting Services began with Sunday ce-g-f rllght room at 9 p.m. PROMPT DELIVERY FLOWERS BY WIRE

at the church. I School and its large attendanceof tickets $1.50 tables free. Music
We are still urging all parentsto young people. The lesion Call our experienced staff Dial 634.1087
their children Jun-
send to
discussed at
was taught and MT. CARMEL BAPTISTMarie
ior Church on Monday at 5 DE8IGNKRH -
length. In the 11 a.m.
great
p.m. They will observe YouthDay I service; llev. Smith brought the Hodge, reporter Homer Jlawklim (I. Herbert Turner

on Sunday, August occasion 10. message from St. Matthew 20:17: 225 NW 14th Terraco (Mm..) Arthe I). Hubert, Prop.
for the
Speakers The pastor, officers and
subject: AIartncss.Visitors
will be Gwendolyn Jones and were: Mrs. Annie L. members are Inviting you and 5260 N.W. 32nd Ave. Phone 634-1087

Llllle Mae Jones, two of our Smith, Mrs. Leola Thompson, yours to attend our ten nights.

young people. Mrs.: Ferguson, and a guest revival beglnnl ig. MondaYJ;
The men have started to Mrs. Dora Bradley, August 17. It will be conducted -
pianist,
work toward their Men's Day the Rev. Smith serves In the by Rev. Rogers of tho Mt. ..
Observance.: Bro. Jessie lUll, absence of our pastor who was Olivette Baptist Church of
chairman, Bro. Alfred Ram- his brother's South Miami. We are asking for
beau, co-chairman, Bro. Casey away attending the full support of the entire
funeral in Englewood New Jer-| What About Wigs?
Graham chairman.
program Sister Ada Alexander and church. Inspiring messages )
sey.
Visitors are always welcome. bedside f were delivered last Sunday at
at the
-
Pray for and visit the sick. daughters are away both services.We .
of her sick mother. Mrs.
Is at her! send up special prayers Why not consult beautician?
Juanita Shepherd your
ST. MARY'S W. M. bedside. Miss Lizzie fur our sick and shut-las: Sis.
mother's Jessie Smith, Is the chairman
Rev. H. V. Stuart, Pastor. Alexander the daughter of will Mr.,'' of our Woman's Day and she Your beautician can give you the true
Bro. Casey Graham, reporterOur and Mrs. Surie Alexander Is asking; the full cooperation

pastor ended his vaca- be married 23, at 4 here p.m. Sunday, August of all the members for a successful story. After all who should know

iton Saturday. All the members day.It .
had their
School
were glad to have him The Sunday Is good to send your child better than beautician?
your
Virginia
picnic Wednesday, on
back. He brought us a v e r y the ren to Sunday School. It is
10 all
Beach. Come August ;
J18
better to bring them Please
timely, inspiring message. I
The Junior choir will furnish delegates along with the pastor let us see you there each Sunday -
will be at the Trl-State Con-
music during the morning: ser. \
vice. No. 2 choir will furnish vention. M g""' ..... -.... --......... -
Sunday, 3 p.m. a program "" l
music the
during night ser-
: will be sponsored by"ClassicsIn Mrs. FOR RENT Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE

vice.The ways and means committee -! Ann Gunter" Come theme out- and helpus (
will meet Sunday at 5 Religion.
p.m. All members are asked to please. Don't forget the sick, N.w 3-WeJroem keuse "MR. JACK"
be pray for their recovery.ST. .
out to this meeting.
Th Male Chorus will cele- NORTH MIAMI BEACH FOR

brate its anniversary August MATTHEW'S will CHURCH begin STYLES FOR ALL AGES
Revival meeting Deposit Required
23 with musical
at 3:30
: p.m. a 10, at the The Latest in Men's
The public is Invit- Monday, August Very Fashion
program.
2014 NW 5th Ct. Our MICKINS'
church RENTALAGENCY
ed. Bro. Albert Carey, direc- guest minister will be the Rev.L. SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS

tor.Our Women's Day chairmanand C. lime of Waycrosw, Ga. ITALIAN SHOES 4
Services will begin each even-

make her committee this Woman's are Day strivingto one ing for 10 nights at 7:30.: Come NE 4-0500 I 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida \

of the best in the history of one, come all; you are invitedto
St. Mary's. this old time revival. ,.... -.i: --






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CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS MRS SARAH JACKSON, The heartfelt family of gratitude the late

3825 Oak Ave., died In Jackson

Mem. Hosp. July 28 Services.
were conducted Tuesday 3 p.m..

THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. IN MEMORIAMThis Rev.In the Rogers Coconut officiated Grove ,chapel with,


I i PAGE'12 SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1964 late, is In remembrance of the burial 2 sons in Paradise., Nathaniel Survivingare and Ho-i: I

LIZA DEAN ward Jackson; four sisters and ,

",Ten"r ,\" who passed away a year ago several others including M r. 'f. r:

IN MEMORIAMIn today, August 5, 1963. Green Mitchell, uncle. lj ;r--, ,; ,

loving; memory of my husband r. Altho she has been put to LONZO WILLIAMS of 501 : t1 .'>J>

and our father and grand. '. rest *to Join the heavenly stars, N,W. 27th Ave., Pompano, died ; f'"

father, she Is still here with deep mem- July 27. His survivors are his ?,I.<,1>: { ,: t,

AUSTIN HIGGS ories from her daughter-in- wife, Daisy; 5 sons, 2 daughters! !t' 'IIi"til{'-",' I' -,' i l'it ..,.,.
")
who departed this life August J : law. mother and father r ( t l,
I C1t
9, 1962. 'I'I Florence Dean Fauntlerry; Mrs. R. W. Williams of Macon, < ., ,t( ; J' -
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grand children, Bernice Dean Ga. 2 aunts Mrs. Viola Brown, ? <" : [ ,'" r.
,
much 1\ "
how
"Only God knows : >> '
l..t' R t' ',1S.1t
White and family Ollle Dean and Mrs. Ethel Smith 4 uncles]J; .; :
wa miss you, never shall your ; ; ... .N"
memory fade. Loving thoughts Crawford children and family of New and great York Elonza, Cleo, Clemmon and ,) r."l 'H..)- ,' .,.' ; ." 1
shall always wander, to the grand William Williams. Services were, f ,.:. ; '.,
.j'.t City. held Aug. 1 1 p.m. at'The Unit-,, f1)1 ,
spot where you were laid. i'; :t/ ( <, -: :' .,
ed Spiritual Temple ;0-
The Hlggs Family Prayer ::1 'f1lai
'1IIP.! ..
Dania, with burial In Evergreen 'ih-l '
IN MEMORIAM Il 1 11 ft.:,' "
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_-l: WILLIE ;t); ", 't
CARD OF THANKS In loving memory of our beloved JOSEPH JONES 711
1 Father N.W. 5th Ave., died In JackSonHosp. MRS. FRANCES ANN GIBSON
The family of the late Pioneer Miamian July 29. Services will be SYMONETTEwish

; conducted Monday at 1 p.m. In to express their sincere

i Passes the chapel. His wife, Mrs. Kath-- thanks and appreciation for all
+ ; erine Jones brother John Rog-
; forms of condolences, florals
Mr. Simon Peter Johnson, ers, and 2 sisters of Dayton and deeds afforded them during
who came to Miami in 1907 and Ohio, survive. He may be view their bereavement. I
has seen Miami grow from a ed in the chapel Sunday after*
small village to the Metropo- noon. 1i Mrs. Frances Symnette diedat
litan Community that it is today the residence of her son-in-

[ passed! away at the Lin- ROBERT HOWARD, a former law and daughter, Rev. and
coln Memorial Nursing HomeIn Miamian, died In Newwark, Mrs. T. J. Crutchfield after a
Ti'k
Goulds, Tuesday at, .p.m. long Illness at 800 Thomas St.,
N.J., July 28. Services w ere
s He leaves to mourn his held Wednesday in the chapel, Key West, Monday, July 27.

passing two daughters, Mrs. Rev. Jas., JV. Grisby ,officiating.! Mrs. Symonette, affectionately -
.. Helen Weems and Mrs. Susan lb H D He is survived by a.son and$ cabled) by many "Ma Fanny"came
Woodside: of New York City. ( daughter; mother, Mrs. Lula to Miami many years ago
Six grandchildren, seventeen Howard; 2 sisters, Mrs. Emma and operated a dress shop on
Sw great grandchildren and three Lou Brown and Miss Fannie Second Ave. (then known as
I ''great-great grandchildren, five Mae Howard. Ave. G). She later sold real I
sisters and a host of neices and estate to many other early arrivals -

nephews, two sisters-in-law MR: SOL BLOCKER, 332 to Miami.In .
: and one brother-in-law, N.W 19th St., died a t home the early :2U's on 5th Court

.. Thomas Johnson, and many Aug. 1. A resident of this area she operated her business and
yip A. other sorrowing relatives and I' for 40 years and a member of lived next door which Is still
friends. Funeral Services willbe Greater Israel Bethel P. B. being operated by her son, Vin
{: held at 3 p.m. o'clock Sat- Church all of this time where cent. In 1937 she retired to

urday afternoon at St. Mary's MR. LEROY BENTLEYwho funeral services will be con- Key West where she residedon
FRANKIE McMATH Wesleyan Methodist Church this life August ducted Saturday at 2 p.m.. Rev. Thomas St. until departingthis
departed
Rev. Harold V. Stuart Pastor P. D. Brantley. pastor. He Is life.
Acknowledges with grateful appreciation with Francis Funeral Directors '1, 1963. Love can never lose survived by his widow, Mrs. She is survived by two
love will dream and
your kind expres- in charge its own yet Susie Blocker; 3 sisters, 3 broth. daughters, Mrs. Clara Belle
faith will trust since He who
sions of sympathy. Many, many ers and 1 aunt. He will lie in Carey of Miami and Mrs. Miz-
thanks. We are sorry that we knows our need Is just that repose in the chapel from 1 pah S. Crutchfield of Key West;

were unable to get a large number GARD OF THANKS somehow, somewhere, meet we p.m. Friday and in the churchat two sons, Vincent G. and JohnC.

of addresses to thank you must. 7 a.m. Saturday. .; one son-in-law, Rev. T. J.
personally for telegrams, let- Daughters, Bernyce Greene sister-in-law,
Crutchfield
I a
ters, cards, flowers, cars and 4F and Louise Jones and Family TONEY SAFFO, 4 year old Mrs. Mary Symonette, Coconut

other acts of kindness. We shall son of Mrs. Alberta Saffo, was Grove, 11 grand children, 25
always be grateful. r CARD OF THANKSWe the victim of a hit-run auto great (grandchildren, six great-
accident August 1. II e lived great grandchildren, 12 nieces,
the family of the late, with his grandmother, Mrs. seven nephews and a host of
IN MEMORIAMIn EARL J. SMART Rebecca Hall at 1501 N.W. 59th cousins and friends.

Yt'r wish to thank all of our many St. and is also survived by 2 The body was viewed at the
memory of a wife, mother I brothers 2 sisters 3 aunts and
friends and neighbors who residence, 800 Thomas St. from
and sisterCARiuE
< LEVARITYwho came to call during our time of I 3 uncles. Arrangements are 6:30: p.m. Friday until 0.00: Sat-
bereavement.We incomplete.LEE urday morning.
departed this life August also wish) to thank those Services were held in the

8, 1963. who furnished cars, sent food, HOWARD HOLSEY form of a Requiem Mass Sun-

"There's an open gate at the cards and flowers. died suddenly a t home, 2320 day, Aug. 2, at 10 a.m., at St.
end of the road, through which Very special thanks go to N.W. 62nd St., August 3. His Peter's Episcopal Church, Fr.
each must go alone, and therein Rev. I. C. Micklns and Fran- wife, 8 daughters, 5 sons,I John Henry Reese, vicar, off
a light we connot see, our cis Funeral Home. mother, 2 brothers' and an aunt ciating.
I Father claims His own." The Family survive. Arrangements are incomplete -! Burial was In the family plotat

I City Cemetery. The Frances
May she rest in peace and I Funeral Home was in charge.
eternal light shine upon her IN MEMORIAM MRS. BESSIE DAVIS, 603

j Joseph Lavarity, husband In loving memory of my dear N.W. 14th St., mother of Mrs. RANGE.
Isabelle Pierce, Sarah and e sister and our aunt, Florese Williams and Mrs. ClaraB. .
Bertha Mae, Naomi Fortner ALICE HOOKS Darby, died at home Aug. NATHANIEL, ROLLE, of
Mary Hill, Marie Tarver, Cath- who departed this life August 4 following an extended periodof 7211 NW 16th Ave., died on Au-
erine Odom, Doris and Nellie 6, 1963. illness. Other survivors are gust 1 at Jackson Memorial
MitchelldaughtersJoseph "Yet your'e gone, but the 7 grandchildren and 2 great- Hospital following a brief periodof
The family of the late Wil- love and sweet memories In grandchildren. Services were illness. Mr. Rolle, a residentof
Jr. John, Albert liam E. Sharpe wishes to express our hearts still linger on. held Thursday 3 p.m. In the Miami for more than 49

and Rudolpeons sincere appreciation' for Ethel Thompson, sister chapel, Rev. S. A. Cousin of- years, will be remembered by
Two sisters and a brother kind expressions of 'sympathy Melvin Thompson, nephew ficiated. the pioneer citizens, having
the bereave
during period off Mae Thompson, Twylea come here from his home in
ment. Please accept our sincere Wearen and Mae Alice MRS. CAlRRIE BELLE Exuma, In the British West

IN MEMORIAMIn thanks for the sympathetic Berry, niceses AVANT, 10050 S.W. 107th Terr., Indies, in the year 1914. He is
messaiges' flowers, telegramsand
Perrlne, died in Jackson Mem.
loving memory 0 f our splendid services renderedby I urvived by his wife Evelynwb ,
Hosp. August 4.'She.Ja survived "
dear Mother \ sons, Livingston and Wel-
churches, schools, organizat IN MEMORIAM
by her husband, Mr. John
three Mrs.
lington, daughters
ions, neighbors and friends. Avant
The Family In sad, but loving memory of W. ; 2 daughters, Mary Whitlean Wright, Mrs. Nellia
our dear mother, Jane and Loreatha Avant and 1 :Lewis, and Barbara Rolle; and
niece Services will b ?
SARAH DAVIDSONwho e held 101 grandchildren. Services I will
departed this life August Monday.- p.m. at Hurst.- be held today, August 8, at 10
Chapel A.M.E Church.Announcement'r.
{ CARD OF THANKSThe 3, 1958. a.m., at St. Peters African
Gone but not forgotten. v Orthodox Church with Rev.
ter family of the late .May she rest in peace and ; Canon' Cooper officiating
MRS. JANIE ALLEN light perpetual shine upon h.!r. .; ... -
who departed this life July 19th Altamease C. Jones, Dght. Funeral for the late WAILIrJohnson : 'JESSIE LEE BROWN, of

wish to take this method to ex Lucy M. Teate, Dght. who departed Saturday 1044 'NW 66th St., died at Jack-
a sincere and Aug. 1, at Memorial Host
press thanks appreciation Eugene Davidson Jr., son
Memorial
) for' cards, flowers, pital, will be held Sunday, son Hospital on August -
Aug. 9 at 1:30: at Mt. Meth- 2. Mr. Brown a native of
telegrams, donations, and a bother p.m.
DEATH NOTICE Enterprise Ala., resided In Miami
kind geestures of sym- odist Church with Rev. B.. -
since 1924. His survivors
shown bereavement RILEY of Franklyn giving the eulogy.
pathy during our MRS. ELEANOR
4500 S.W.728th St. Holloywood j He leaves to mourn Mrs. Include his wife, Mattie Lee, a

Fla., died Thursday, July 30, Catherine Johnson. Waler'and brother, Charles, two sisters,
Special thanks to the many in Memorial Hospital Holly- Alfred, sons, and Donald, the Mrs. Mattie Richburg and Mrs.
friends and neighbors of w. lovely little daughter.E. Essie Mae Petty. Services will
wood Fla. after long periodof
Hollywood Mt. Sinai Baptist Illness. Surviving a are her A. Stevens Funeral Home be held Saturday, at 4 p.m. with

Church, Miami, and auxiliaries husband Fred Riley, two sisters, is' in charge.FRANCIS.. Rev. E. Jackson assistant pas-
tor of Mt Zion
= members and friends. Also our officiating.
data "i'3 Mrs. Corrine. McNeal, and Mrs.
Pastor, Rev. S. A Thomas foi Dorothy>R. Harris, 9 children, Smith
Boy died
an uplifting and Inspiring eu- '"grandchildren, 2 aunts, 1 Baby shortly
his
t. .1 after birth at Jackson Hos
other sorrowing
uncle and many -
,
logy and Range Funeral Home and friends. pital. His parents are Mr. and

MRS. GUSSIE JONES and Staff for the loyal services '. two day old son' off Mr and services
rendered. J 'Saturday 10r m. August 8th. I held August 6.
this life t Mrs. Ernest Cochran died Aug.
.. who departed August CentralBaptist Church
; 3, 1959. How sweet the memory. May God bless each of you, West Hollywood. Fla. With Do- 1st at Jackson Memorial Hos- Infant Boy Rivera, Goulds,
; Clarenle and Ruth Turner Dea. and Mrs. J. D. Allen -' pital. Graveside services held died August 5. Graveside services -
I .... ._, and Sonsy..wv..w and Family bard Funeral Home In charge. Thursday August 6th. will be August 10.






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f TEN is open for registration THE
MIAMI
TIMES MIAMI FLA.Iyj'.
location in Manor Park Children of all 'ages. Free pickup ,

CBS, tile roof, carport, mnd'deliver/..To; futlier itforiiiaiittri .
fenced yard, Immaculate inside AREA special CBS like call Mrs. Ruth Scottat
:And out. Price is ,,$10,200, $350 new 3-bedroom 2-bath home f54-53JS. 7753: : NW 10 Ave.
down and $61 month Life $200 down, $G9 month key at
Realty 1 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL News ReaJty Ihc, 4740 N\V 7th CORRECTION
9-4371. Ave,, PL 4-OG5&. The rooming house on 218
UEVt' WAMlit) NW 11th St is owned and man-
>
LARGE FAMILY bedroom aged by Joe P. Smalley and
beauty, CBS, near school bUS wife, Jeanie Mae Smalley. 2200 IE
WW Pin
shopping. $11T06 includeseverything MASTER BARBER, Liberty 6344111
plus D.P. Open Surt- City Area. If able to process, JIi 1di WANT16I
dter 1-5 p m. 6940 NW 0 Ct. Fort- good; Hut not necessary. SALESMAN:: or Saleswoman,
Realty, Broker.. PL 9-S7791. **079. A18 good commission, NA 4-9157

FOR LARGE FAMILY, corner AUT> ANSI Senior opera- Attention!! Attention

estate, 3-bedrooms, 2 baths] !tprs to work in a beautiful, redecorated -
CBS plus extra CBS home) shop. Owner will DYNAMICREVIVAL
double lot. A must to see, alsq rent or lease. Bronze Beauty SEE THE FABULOUS NEW
suitable for a professional!! per-r ,Shop, 46S5 NW 27th Ave. Ph.
son. Drive by. then call for ap-i :NE 4-49G6. W. S. Sullivan.
ointment 1291 NW 40 St.; .
Fencer healty, Broker PL APPRENTICE! and Master Bar. "Sunshine
9-8779. her. Apply at 1262 NW 62nd :Homes77Now
St., or call NE 5-4079. A15 SERVICEBeing ,
NEW AREA! 3-bedrooms, 2 x

baths, only $67 month, move Open For Public
right in, plus small down pay- FOR RENTPRESIDENTIAL Display
ment. Fenster Realty Broker,
PL 779. :1 Miami's newest and Gardens finest)Apts.. 749 New Low Down Payment

SOUTH MIAMI SPECIAL: ..JB NW 1-6902.60th St. Sept. 1 occupancy Open Everyday Including Sun. 2.6 p.m.

i large 3-bedroom, 2 bath, corner I'
beauty. Only $85 month, plus a 1-BEDROOM furnished apt. These new homes have everything you

small down payment, no quali- Air 'conditioned, large rooms,
fying, move right in. Fenster quiet.neighborhood, 1231 NW 77 want, Mr. and Mrs. Home Buyer. See

Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. Terr. Adults only, need refer- them!
ences. Also have 1 and 2 bedrbom -
SOUTH MIAMI: 3-bedroom, 2 Unfurnished a
apts.
bath:! home on 80x100 lot, FHA ,. .
.
approved, only $500 down, '$12 WEEK, partly furnished ', 1A'.Hi.ll'\W''
clean as a pin. A real beauty, cottage, free water and lights, Location of these new homes:
don't miss this one. Fenster 4528 NW 33rd Ave.
Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779.

HOME, POOL. CBS Cabana, 143 NEW 3195 NW 2-BEDROOM 50 Stl Wood apartment.floors, 3041 N.W. 69th Terr.

NW 47th Terr. Lot 100x120, 3 tile bath, oven and range sup-
air conditioned bedrooms, 2% plied, free water, $25 week. HI
baths modern kitchen
appli- '8-1119.

ances.Must) see.Perfect$5,000 outdoor down living, FR LOVELY 1-toedroom house, big 1132 N.W. 37th StreetEXCLUSIVE
3-4548.
fenced yard, $20 week, small
family only. Will apply rent to Held At
CHEAP LOT In
famous Sea purchase if desired. NE 5-5566. BY
New Hope Missionary
Breeze Estates, Nassau Village.

Nassau, Bahamas. Call 983-4022. LOVELY EFFICIENCY for 1 Baptist Church
West Hollywood,. News Realty Inc.
oerson. $15. Nicely furnished, 6600 NW 15th Avenue ,
hot and cold included.NE .
water
LIVE RENT FREE, $8,500 full COMM13NC1NOAUGUST
.
price, $1,000 down, 1221 NW 32 55500.LARGE 10 14 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655 I
St. 2 houses plus owner's apt.
building and 2-bedrooms, 1 FURNISHED 1-tted- Prayer Service
or 4-bedrooms 2 baths in front room apt. Water, gas and elec AUGUST 17 28
bath in tricity free. $10 week 2221 NW
rear building. All fur- Preaching Service
nished. Very good location. 57th It. Apt. 6.
Walk to everything. Drive REV. K. S. WILSON
by 1-BEDROOM In NW section. Ford !!
then call Mr. Forss to see. Eves Revivalist Realty Specials
Light hot! and cold water.
and Sunday, MU 8-3852, R. A. gas Plan to attend this Great
Mueller, Realtor,' PL 1-2401. : week.Settled PL man 1-8905.preferred. $10 per Meeting and hear this BACK TO SCHOOL OFFERINGS
I
NO CLOSING COSTS Florida wonderful minister BEST BUYS OF THE YEAR I!
ROOM. Very nice lady
room enclosed front porch young Rev. W. E. RIMS, PflhtorAPARTMENTS
to share room, 2922; NW 59th
garage, awnings, stove and re EXCEPTIONAL OFFERINGS bedrooms 2-bathi
frigerator. Price is $9,500, $300 I St. 6356737.tBEDRooM. "- ", --- ...- -- : ,

down and $77 month. Life Real. APT. $15 week. Florida room. ABSOLUTELY BRAND NEW! Ideal
ty, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371.
Open evenings and Sunday. Adults only. MU 1-7001, Opa- location. See ,them and call us.
locka. and i 635 NW 49th STREET
$16.50 $18 Weekly
LOVELY 1-bedroom apt., private
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NO CLOSING COSTS CBS bath In nice home. 925 NW Unfurnished 1126 NW 51st TERRACE
duplex, bedrooms each side !52nd St. PL 7-4767. ? o .I _Open for inspection Sunday 1.6 p.m. .
tile roof, appliances, with only FURNISHED All ground floor and- others in CITY WATER areas WE HAVE .
$600 down you can live rent bedroom apt. '. '
:free as the monthly paymentsare Large room, cool, quiet no 5 acres"f. of paradise KEYS GLAD TO PICK YOU UP.'

: only $89.75. Life Realty. children. $20 week, 1323 NW ( .' ..... -+- .
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. 58 Terr. S.--

(Open evenings and Sunday. BEAUTY OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY FROM 1 to 6 pm. 325 NW
PARLOR. 8610 NW 15
2474 NW 158th
Ave. OX 1-4657. Dodd Johnson. St. 46th Street.' For the Well qualified buyer. A beau

'NO QUALIFYING 2-bed- tiful bedroom, custom built home. Exquisite Fla.
'rooms, enclosed front porch, Call 885-1589 '
*appliances. Very good location .-A classified ad! room and large garage.'
in Manor Park. Price is Au8 .
$7,500 $500 down and $70 per Best' Method to Sell!
month. Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 W rf VW -XW SEE THESE TERRIFIC BUYSII!! LIVE RENT
Ave. PL 9-4371.. Open even bigs
FREE TREMENDOUS INCOME
and Sunday MJl -
aJ I 1.. Open For Inspection 1360 NW, 46th STREET

NO CLOSING COSTS l HA 1370 NW 46th STREET
*- :JY : 3-6 pJm. Saturday and Sunday
terms. Enclosed fronttand: tear .. $1,000 down payment NO QUALIFYING
59th Street
327 NW
porches separate garage.'House
la freshly painted inside and Two bedroom and Florida room can be used for 3rd -+-

'Out. Floor refinished 1st t'o: ,'v e bedroom, all tile features, fenced yard, carport anda $500 DOWN PAYMENT NO QUALIFYING.BUYS
:and refrigerator. Price Is'$9,500. yard like : park. Only $400 down, low FHA
'$200 down and $77 per- month a> ANYONE OF THESE HOMES
Life Realty, 4932 I ;NW,",7 monthly payments.ACTION
AW1A 6998'NW 20th Avenue-3-bedrooms, 1 bath, modern
evenings.PL 9-4371.' .Open .Sunday"r f REALTYE. kitchen.

f t Harry Denny, Realtor 754-0483 816 NW 46th Street 4 bedroom, 2'' bath: "

LIVE RENT FREE Reautl-,. Onen house Sunday 1-6 p.m. .
ful like new CBS duplex 40O1 NW Ash Avenue L#r.re 3-1 *slrnnm home.

bedrooms on each side, $ 2-t J 7021 NW 6th Court 2.bedroom, 2, baths.
down and monthly payment of
$85 Is low that the rent
so SPECIAL PURCHASE -+--
from one side will pay it all.
Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. =, AND MANY OTHPP A V A'n. .A.'ALE FOR THE
PL 9-4371. Open evenings and AVFRAC.E FAMILY -

"Sundays. ,. 6xt .u.J1I1595 Open every day includfn*, Saturday and Sunday
.1" 7/" all day
CBS 3-bedroom, Fla. room, oak
floors and carport, on closing 1'
cost $350 down $79 per month. I Inc.
FHA terms. Kev at News Real AULAPATTA1IBXCI1A1WB I Ford Realty
4740 NW 7th Ave. PL ,
tyInc.) BXCI1A1WB ens a ra Mac srid

-- 569 N.W. 54th Street 758-S761

LOVELY CBS 2-bedroom. oak 17* AWL
floors tHe roof ar.d appliance* : ;:: = 4104 N.W.
$350 dmt-n.. $72 per month. FHA ......r NI, 1-1J,4-0UI nU YEA
terms. K,2y at News Re.J25iru:. A Times' Ad Can Sell Anything See ual!
719 NW 7th Ave.



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PAGE 14 SATURDAY AUGUST 8, 1964 Pun Phunby Centerville Kindergarten

Phil OssoferWe ANNOUNCES ITS OPENING,

p.p.LEFSTALKPOLITICS .._. n.....,. ._r__._._.. August 31, 1964

know that the sun Is the AT 5932 NJW. 17th AVENUE
life-giver of the earth. WithoutIts YOU MAY REGISTER NOW
light and heat nothing For Information Call:
I A By NORMAN K. JONES could grow and no life could J61-7796 634-5867 696-3802
exist at all. or
|f Historical Backgonnd of the Negro In Politics, the Church What many people do, not Mrs. Ruth E. Copeland, supervisor
and Fraternal OrganizationsWith know Is that without the Sun Certified :teacher, experienced in training
of Truth, (God,) our souls could young children A29
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--- not prosper and grow. This
f( the adoption of the clo-I who recognized the genius of great spiritual,sun is far more
ture rule In the U.S. Senate the Senator Russell for organizingthe : important to mankind, for It
.t current crop of Senators from Southern Bloc and formedthe fosters eternal growth and life, t> i9 IW'' I '
States became 'Unholy Alliance' of Southern not just the temporal life on 1 BAND INSTRUMENT SALE HI
o sole
Democrats and Northern this earth.
Ii" \ The limiting of debate sounded Republicans which played ,havoc The Rays of the Eternal Sun I I ALL BRANDS |
9 the death knell for the filibustering with Civil Rights and Labor shine upon us ceasln ly. How-
:tactics of Southern Legislation' In the Senate. ever, many souls hide In the SAVE 30% WITH THIS AD
Senators to defeat Civil rights shade, :refusing the full bene-
legislation and assured the The Republican Bloc teamed fit of the Rays, which are the | SCHOOL APPROVED .|
Senate passage' of the Civil I I with the Southern Democrats to Christ lights sent down by God CENTER
ACE DISCOUNT
Rights Bill pending before the help them defeat Civil Rights to make us grow spiritually -
body for nearly three months. and they In turn called on the A rich farmer may be said to I
!Since for the, four decades Southern bloc crowning achieve- have taken full advantage of "DRUM: CITY" MIAMI, FLORIDA
r when attempts have Been madeto ment of this alliance. the growing power of the physical .
pass strong Civil Rights Legislation sun, but If he has reject-] 7600 N.W. 7th AVENUE; 759-8581 |
beginning; with the With the passing of Taft, the ed or Ignored: the benefits of ,'
Antl-Lvnchlng Bills back In the leadership of This alllanre fell the Spiritual Sun, he exempli-' AnlS B
a
early '20's, Southern Senators on the mantle of the Georgia fies Christ's statement recorded f... C- = _
I and Congressmen have based Solon, who was quick to seize In Matthew 1921: : "And
their campaigns/ for election and the responsibility and the Inherent again I say unto you, It Is i -x- --.
(t re-election on their successfful power vested In the easier for a camel to go throughthe ,
j efforts: to defeat any and all leadership of this alliance and eye of a needle than for a
I,' Civil Rights: Legislation; now to use It for his own purpose. rich man to enter Into thet Lincoln Fields
I that they have at at last failed) Soon Dick branched out to kingdom of God." Apartments
they are expendable and should Include not only Civil Rights: Peter, poor In earthly goods,
he retired either voluntarily or Legislation but all legislation to I was made eternally rich, for he 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
by the voters, their received the direct Christly
as usefulness come before the Senate' had to I I
and effectiveness Is at an have the personal blessings of I Rays of the Heavently Sun. .
end.The Dick Russell If It hoped to pass I I Our Creator has ordained that
leader of the Southern In any workable form and Dick I we may enjoy the earthly Cool Clean
Enjoy Living in Our Apartments
,
Bloc the venerable Old War- became the 'man to see' to get fruits nurtured Uy the physicalsun
horse of the Senate Dick Russell anything accomplished In the I but what would it pro- Offering Many Features
of Georgia: should be the Senate. fit us If our souls remain hid-
first to resign and hang up his i den in the darkened caves of FREE GAS
toga and retire.to the backwoods I I I He parlayed this political godlessness, thus condemning
of Georgia to pass away his re- nower of the Alliance until he ourselves to eternal poverty? Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove
malnlnu years reflecting over became a member of the most Newly Painted Venetian Blinds
his past glories and victories In Important committees, saw to Learn] about Makeupand
spearheading the defeat of the appointment of those on Washing Machines Laundry Rooms
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previous Civil Rights Leg-i his 'team' to other key posts Cosmetics Free Parking Auto hot water reater
slation. ,
nnd personally: held the powerful -
For the great Influence he chairmanship of the Armed Miami Barber College, 14th rt Free Garbage Disposal Filtered water
wielded In the Senate In previous Services Committee which con- St. and 2nd Ave, will present
1" years Is no more and he trolled all Military and Defense tonight at 800; pm. a free demonstration CARETAKERS ON PREMISES
should be the first to realize Budgets. of Make-Up and
this, as a veteran politician who But now that the cornerstoneof Cosmetics. This demonstration .-------0-------
has seen many fellow Senators his power 'has crumbled, is being held In connection 1
come and go; he knows that Dick Is no longer the 'wheel- with the opening of the Miami Weekly Rate
once you commit yourself to an horse' and those who have Barber College Wig Salon. Con-
all promise out fight and lose without com been taking orders from him nie Garrett, the noted Costmes- 1I, $14.50 1-bedroom' $18.50 2-bedroom Apt.
you are for so long are Just as anxiousto tologlst will conduct this free I
through He achieved as a political his leader. Ignore his orders and no demonstration come early, here Renting Office open every day Phone OX 1-8862
greatness on longer does he have the
(the same formula and inevi- magic I is a chance to improve your .
tably he too touch. make-up technique. p tverxwx vx eaa rr rr ts hrrrcr 7l76vd xti fqi
must succumb to Where he ._
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ed sell knit formulate.who forged It was the Dick loosely Rus- only ed upon a step with or two pity from which ridicule !is- For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call I
Southern
Bloc Into an effective and :the gentleman from I
senate political mach- Georgia' could
never endure ,
F
ine which dominated senateaction that he I 0
so has no alternative
on ,all legislation In any but to resign and home I
go before t
way unpayable to the South for the voters of his beloved ;, tAh ,q
many years.It state of Georgia write his BONDED io
resignation I yh
was the late Senator Bob for him at the polls, wig /a
Taft, known as Mr. Republican, his next time out. I


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I SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1964 PAGE IB

IL __.__....__.___._ O-REE AT MANOR

Spear.ingWith .
PARK .

District lOot the Sou t h

Florida Council, Inc., Boy
Scouts of America will hold Its
Sports final summer activity-Scouts:

I Sport-O-Ree August 17-:,.8
at Manor Park.
fly IIARRY SPEAR
This activity will include
..................... ... ............. ... ... ......... Scout Craft demonstration, Out
door cooking, Cub Scout home-
Mamarelli and Garciain made games, and many fun ac-
t. tivities. At 2 p.m. Tuesday,
Beach Main EventTony 'ifi. Aug.; 18 the nationally known
I Letter Mall Carriers March-
Mamarelli, the flashy ing and Concert Band will Ue
lightweight Who was unbeaten :, x '* rv featured. All parents and friendsof
until he ran Into the fists of J Scouting are invited to at-
Henry Dominguez two monthsago tend. See your Scouts In action
will fight Perfecto GarciaIn nnd hear this widely known
a 10-rounder next Wednes- band.
day night, August 12, at Miami a.
Beach Auditorium.It I { Aks ,. Swimming activities are
s -: scheduled to start 030: p.m.,
will be Mamarelli's first n
Aug. 18.Fantastic.
fight since losing to Domin- .. : ,

guez, the Texas state light- Front row: R. Warren, Anthony Rack row ";.Monk" Silva, Miami -
weight champion who was Ay Cash, Carl Lewis, Juan I'aik recreation supervisor; But True
whipped by Chico Veliz here f 3 i Erie Berry, Joe Rogers, Henry
Rodriquez, Ronald Wiley, Albert Both Presidents Lincoln and
last month.
Albiuy, Richard Launders'' Earl
concerned with
Williams Kennedy were
Harry Davis, Leroy Allan
Robert limit?
Warren
Beach Civil Rights
The Miami Boxing Wiley the issue of
Commission approved the Ma- < > Hrown. Lincoln was elected In 18GO;

marelli-Garcla fight Tuesday Kennedy In 19GO.
night.. At the same time the WMBM Little Both WCTP slain on Friday
Leaguers
commission rejected Referee find in the presence of their

Barney Felix' request to work wives.
main bouts.Mamarelli's Both were shot from behind
only
Your sports editor interviewed Close Baseball Season and in the head.

younger brother INGEMAR JOHANNSEN, I Their successors, both named
Mike, a Uantamwelght with 10( during the Miss Universe Con- Johnson, warp southern democrats -
Knockouts In 10 fights, will test and he had this to say: "I For the third consecutive I I small way in conjunction with nnd both were In the
take on Jerry Powers in the keep in shape at all times, do year, WMBM Radio announces Its sponsors 10 help the young I Senate,
eight-round semi-windup. road work, box a few rounds, tie conclusion of its two co- men of tomorrow develop good Andrew Johnson was born In
punch the bag and so forth", sponsored little baseball leagues. attitudes (generated by g o o d 1808 nnd Lvndon Johnson was
Tony Mamarelli had won 20 but said no come back for him. Each year the 13 little league I I competitive sport The ten born in 1008.
straight, including 16 knockouts, He was the former Heavyweight teams play a 14 to 15 game ', boys who constitute:; each teamwe John Wllkes Booth w n shorn
before the Dominguez fight. i Champion of the World, also a schedule at Miami Dorsey feel will continue in the in 1830. .
Judge at the contest. Park under the close supervision -: free competitive American Lee Harvey Oswald: was bornIn
way
"I've been, training hard the He thinks Pntterson could of Miami Park supervisor, to achieve their goals, win, lose 1030.
past month and I'm ready for whip Clay or Listen, after what "Monk" Sllva or draw Booth and Oswald were
anything or anybody," Mama- he saw PATTERSON do to i This It the '''' southerners favoring .unpopular -
year was Ilampton
lelll) said Tuesday. "I can't say MACHEN. I 'House with an Impressive LITTM: LEAGUE ((1.1: I1nt.; Ideas
T like losing* to Dominguez, but Booth and Oswald were both
13-1 record which out
1 sure learned a lot. It will help ORANGE SUN 1 INER BOXING top with a .028 winning came per-on under) nssnssinated. before going: to.
in the Sometimesa (Final Standing' ) trial.
:me long run. SHOW SATURDAY NIGIIT I Park Nos. 1
: has to lose before he can 'I centage. Dorsey Both Presidents' wives lost
guy
GOMEO BRENNAN J C.
vs. and 2 shared top honors in the w ii T ret.
:move forward PONDER 10-rounds, DUKE 15 and under league with !Identical \ Dorsey Park I W L T' Pet in children the White through House.death, while*

STORMY WINTERS will JOHNSON meets RICHARD 11-4 records for .733 percentage ))01'1I'm', II 11.4 0 .733 Lincoln's /secretary, whose
meet a worthy opponent In an THOMAS for eight-rounds. 'I WMBM Radio Is TV Joe 771 .MO name was Kennedy advised
leight-round bout. Price only $3.00 per person proud to congratulate the 13. J. Piers 7 8 Oi JSOfl him not to go to the theatre.
Moonlight trip, games, dancing Hampton House entry along Ray Hi'wlley 0 0 2100 Kennedy's secretary whoso
'RAY MALONE, who Impressed and what have you; all aboard with Dorsey Park 1 and 2 for Fiirn, HiipciinVt 1 J.I 1 ..OflflW.M1W name was Lincoln, advised him
me when he KO'D C. J. THO at 8:30: p.m., sharp, ready to their championship efforts not to po to Dnllns.
MAS In one-round boxes sail 9 leaves from I LITTLE LEAGUE Lhv-
Camber For the first time this year John Wilkes Booth shot
.Winston Greene in'a fourroundbout. the of Commerce the Little Leaguers l welcomed Hompton Boost 13 t figs coln In n theatre and ran to a

-, -. docks 5th St. at Alton Road. n team sponsored by Yoo Boo Harlem Kqunrfl It 3 ..781Woinefco : warehouse
RIDGEWAY former Into the league which finishedIn Kn'pilmeN: 10 4 Oswald shot Kennedy from a
ALLIE I the first division with a 0-8 Womelro 10 .t ..71 f warehouse' and ran to a theatre.
fighter and trainer of the I lecord Yoo non ON .,'28 The namcfl, Lincoln and Kennedy
former light-heavyweight: Ideal ins: 410 ,285 each contain seven let
champion late GUS LESNE- Yoo Hoo team members were IlnJt'"J'alJor 3 11 .214 ters.
VICH, now a memUcr of the treated to free Yoo Moos after Hlr John 2 12 .142 The names Andrew Johnson
Florida State Racing Commis- each game courtesy of their and Lyndon ,Johnson each contain -

sion as a oaddock Inspector. sponsor.WMBM. A Classified Ad Will PayOff thirteen lettersh
I When Al boxed KID CHOCOLATE Is gratified in Its Tho n Wilkes

in 1D30 March 21, at r in Big Dividend: Booth and Lee Harvey Oswaldeach" .
9.. I. Madison Square Garden 10-rds, contain 'fifteen letters *

1 i main event, the semi final was Wh Itch C'3cl's threesome consists -I
I a bout between MIDGET WOL- of Cheerful Thought, Como
GAST and BLACK BELL for and Je Nay's Gift, and the Rolling NOW RUNNING
the flyweight championship. Rock entries are R. R.
Edith Sib, R. R. Chocolate Chip
r 4 and R. R. Happy Union. .
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4 LAST WEEKS LITTLE Greatest Interest In, the

RIVER RESULTS three-way competition between -
the 10 kennels in the

Grady Ponder, Miami Beach, semifinal, centers around the POST TIMf
was awarded an unpopular decision 7-lGths division, In which many 9(00 P.M.
over Bobby Marie, Miami of the track's leading distance
In the lightweight eight- stars are being seen In mara-
round main event at Little River thon action for the first time.

Auditorium.In .
JERRY POWERS Freddie These Include such strong
preliminaries
The busiest fighter around, six- distance-running favorites as
Wilson Perrlne won a
bas had 30 fights since Jan. i round middleweight decisionover Happy Stutz' Momento, EarlBaxter's
Genenandle'
t Willie Taylor Miami; Ri- Mac's Lamb Evers'Charming
Marlllles Oscar
chle Smith Nassau out ointed ,
TONY ALONGI looks real Bobby Lasslter' Miami, In amiddleweight __ Tears..% 41 John* flush'sFox "Ii. N.H.V. OnrA.esdNOW
sharp preparing for his bout four rounder; Hound,and Jl. Bill w. Cooper Ewalt's ISCookywJsC'
with DOUG JONES August 14, James McNeth, Miami Beach, ,
which will be televised. Tony Is beat Junior Grubbs In a heavy- Groover ur 1t TWIN DOUBLE
e,
:sparring with JEFF DAVIS at weight four, and Llnnes Johnson First round of the Medley f'

tthe 5th Street Gym. Opa-locka, defeated Charles Championship semifinals was $StNN/ American Hurdle
Farmer, Perrine, In a mIddle- August 7
scheduled ,
I In
JEFF worked with CASSIUS weight four. FrldaYh CJinmploiiNlilp: now
with the e four pre-
'CI A Y "
for the LISTON fight. Fri- I.rostrrflll
liminaries coming next
'(Pardon me) Jeff Is a good The GENE RANDLE, FRED day night up I Gilt,', Open 6 p.m.
:sparring partner for any heavy WHITEHEAD and Rolling
weight. At the same time he Rock kennel have taken the After that, the field will be
keeps himself In good condition lead In Flaglcr'a $20,000 Ken- reduced from 16 no eight for
Tony Is rated No. 10 In nel Medley 1 ChampionshipStake the $20,000 championship finals,
the heavyweight division by which currently Is pro August 21.

I the WBA._______ ________ viding "the best racing of theseason"
at the Miami track.
The Miami Times can be I
This at three differ- ,Inter-Marriage is .
purchased at the news stand at' one goes wwM
Flakier and SE 2nd Ave., In ent distances with competition
front of Walgreen's Drug Store. scheduled at 5-16ths, Flagler Open' Mike TopicOPEN
course and 7-16ths, each Fri- ,
day night, to the August 21 MIKE, with host Hen-
JACK PORTNEY, Just back finals. drik J. Berns, will discuss "IN-
from Baltimore where he has a TER-MARRIAGE" next Sun-
business and his home at Surf- Each kennel Is represented at day evening from 7 to 0 pm.
side. Jack was one of our all each of the three distances, Special guests will be: Dr.
time great welterweights who with points being accumulatedon James Tedeshl, Rabbi Solomon
fought then n all, he had this the bash of finishing posi- Schlff Sam Gayson and Dave I Ir
to say: He saw every Baltimore tion by each greyhound. .Marks.
game while he was there, and The Gene Randle entries are '
predicts they will win the pen- Anka at 5-16ths, Peaceport In As usual, the program will I
nant. Well Jack. Miami fans the Flager course division and como LIVE from the HAMPTON

bepe 1911 U re right. MarUlb in the gruelling 7-lOthi. HOUSE.

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THE MIAMI. TIMES. MIAMI, p4."., -.,';,,: ,' :"
f "' [Gospel Caravan Rolls Into Miamifmm :

'PAGE'16 SATURDAY AUGUST, 1tf

I. Spectacular best describes whose great voice has thrilled bility whos Inability to see
the 'GOSPEL CARAVAN" with his Interpretations of the' seems to carry her to higher
J great religious songs| of our ground In heer feeling for our
will
that be presented Monday
}tf i f; Miami Branch NAACP night at the Miami Beach Con times. Also featured with this I great spirituals Often reerrea
vention Hall by the State Wide magnificent shout will be a to as the truly professional of
Ministerial Voter Registration voice that is often described as quartet singing will 1'. .be :the
f : Calls For Members Committee. having Gabriel-like tones. Miss Stars of Faith andlfteBrSfclford( : \
Marion Williams is known to
Great voices with Gabriel- move the audience spontaneous singers to truly send):oudtamp**"
like tones will tell stories 0 f un-Jacobs ladder. ';
ing
To the members and citizensof outbursts of Joy. Round- ; I
and of TMlHhoxrMs- "'
:Miami and Dade Cbunty: Smith, and, ionsFamilies sorrow troubled, happiness times Also includedon our Ing out this great gospel sing n :exciting"

All membership from Janu- ,the program will be excerpts will be the very fine singing of blendt'p0tejrtt dance, spirituals,
ary, 1964 through June. 1964 ReturnS from the moving story of the Princess Stewart of African no- .hbd hymns.
has expired.The executive committee birth of Christ by the famed
is, asking that all menvbTs Leroy A. Smith and writer Hughes. -- _. r
Langston
Negro
Herbert Ammonsand, their
who have not renewed
their membership, please make families attended ::two, National This very brilliant show will THE NEW LADY'S DESIRE BEAUnSALON..
the contribution of their choice. Scout activities 'this!! summer include the original Broadwaycast located at 12th Ave. and 02nd St. Wants all the ladies:, to
Annual adult fee withoutthe Both "':of,these 'Scouts serve as ; will do these moving scenesas know what we have to offer.
'
Crisis (a maigazlne) Is $2 per Scoutmasters,,: fc repectlnvely well as the voices of the
year. With The Crisis $3.50, Troop 77' 'sponsored: .by St massed choirs' of Miami. SPECIALIZING IN: Wigs and wig setting Softstyle
$5.00, $10 and up. Agnes Episcopal Church Miamind Starring in this show will be
1i Get The Crisis magazine and Troop 73 sponsored by the wonderful Ala Bradford Weaving Tinting Hair Styling Scalp TreatmentFacials .

read about the NAACP. Send Frank C. Martin Elementary hair Cutting .n : tfri. '
,yout contribution to 809 NW School PTA, Richmond Heights.The .
3rd Ave, Miami, or telephoneFR World's 'Fair in New York. j OPERATORS: Miss Corn Humphrey Mrs. Rosetta Hlggin
4-5631. Ammons family motoredto Sgtv Srnlth .and family took Mrs. Jerry Allen, Mrs. Mihlftd, G. Rolle. .
; We are happy, to announce Phllmont Scout Reservation,"in the'opening; of the National
}, that ,the branch has been successful Clmmarron, New Mexico for,' a, 'Jamboree, Valley Forge, Pat Phone 759-9383 1204 NW; 62nd! StreetCARRUTH
In'getting Jack, McKenzie volunteer training course Mrs. More than 53 thousand Scouts
Jr., to volunteer' his Herbert Ammons and their two and.Leaders. '( attended. There T ... -- --- i
services as an office assistant. sons, Herbert and Collier,also. they.met; three Scouts' of Troop
Jack is the son of Jack McKenzie took advantage .of ..training'I, 77,'. Fret Bethel, Wllbert: Hollo-I
and the late Mrs. course while In 'the wldeoperispace way and Alvin Bruton. The
Blanche McKenzie. He is also of the West. ,Their trip 1''I Smiths then took in the World's
i r a, 1964 graduate of North Dade Included Chicago and the( Fair. ROOFING
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Senior High School. <
Beginning Aug. 10 the office -- .
\0,' will be open from 8:30: a.m. to
430: p.m. Monday through Sat- EDISON SPECIALS
urday each, week The NAACP I COMPANY
needs and
YOU1 your help}? and
sk yourself 'What
OPEN SUNDAY 3-6 P.M.
part can I play In the CivilRlghtar'programt" 18 YEARS, EXPERIENCEWe

Remember: 530 NW 45th Street

(. The mountain Is very high, Lovely CBS' home with dining room, screened porch, are the best leak and reroofing men
t Our
is untouchable
goal
f garage, kitchen equipment, air conditioners.. Only
Our dignity lies at
nigh, in the business We all bad
J} .t Our life lies in a struggle. $300 down FHA. City ewers. replace


8 Teenagers Hurt 354 NW 43rd StreetCBS lumber

home with 2 baths, :tile roof, only $68.36 month .. ( 4
In'' Auto Crash'A FHA, $300 down. ALL WORK GUARANTEED > ,

:, car 'crowded with eight: --+- LOWEST PRICES
young people, went out of con- Drive by the following, ithen see Edison :V' ,
trol and
Tuesday' 'plunged into FREE ESTIMATES "
against a resiflential a' palm back tree.yard, ending 510 NW 43rd Street *.- \-If..; I

Hattie ,King, 15, of 2366 NW (Screened-in Swimming Pool) LICENSED, INSURED, BONDED,,: :,t/4
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74th Terr., suffered critical
head Injuries and was taken to CBS home with 2 baths, 2 air conditioners( garage EXPERT ROOFER j.tt1'$ .
Jackson Hospital. plus carport, large Fla room overlooking pool. .....
The other, members of the .
group required only first aid 564 NW 45th StreetCBS
and then were sent home. JOHN C. CARRUTH, Owner
t The accident occurred when home, Fla. room, tile roof, carport. Only $300
Roosvelt Colebrook, 19 of 845 down. $75 month, FHA. 500 S. BiscaynJe River Drive \
NW 51st St., was driving on 11th Iro. '

55th Ave. St.HitRun The. ride ended at 1100 NW 565 NW 44th StreetCBS CALL ANYTIME: MU 8-82005 .

r tile roof, garage, city sewers, only $75 month (

Driver Kills FHA,
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i 4-Year-OId ;Boy Do you own or rent propertY'''downtown and are being -, BEST BUYS IN TOWN

Tonv Beckerall of 1501 N.W. i displaced by roadway: ? If so, see us as we have
59th St., was hit by a car about ,f A big selection of home:.a ndl!!duplexes; for Large CBS 3-bedroom, dining room, garage, carport .
5:30: p.m. Saturday as he step- : I t youEDISONE1 appliances, near school and bus. $13,000 total, $400
ned off a curb at 15th Ave. and down. Don't miss this. .1.
N.W.GOth St. The fouryearold ; ; RS i fit.

boy was pronounced deadon la rh .,

that Witnesses the the scene.driver told fled Miami after police striking 175 NLOOK.., 621id;$ 15J 2 1 LARGE 3-BEDROOM. Front jalousied Porch, car .
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? the child with the right '" port, new roof, quiet area. This is a real steal. Only
t front fender of his light-color ..., $7,500. Good terms.
1 ed Pontiac.

Milton Holmes, B4, 0 f 1715 P i.

N.,W.was 56th St.arrested, a railroad later worker and- LOOK! NO QUALIFYING 2-bedroom beauty, completelyfurnished .

charged with leaving the scene $7,900 total, $600 down, $70:\.month. 9

of a fatal accident and careless $JOO DOWN Porch, dining room, utility room, air coric). .*A''l 1Owdbuy.
driving while
Intoxicated :.
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Police found Holmes' car, the I U'

t 1 headlight with blood smashed, on and 70th sprinkled St. 10 Srbedroom' 1 bath,.CBS 2 yrs new, no closing costs, -----v'---; : ..' "'''' tcJr"

blocks from the Miami .6u't must :qualify.: ?. ,... .-" CORNER 2-bedroom CBS beautyaFlor: iYfVonif dining ,
Erne .
said.Homicide Detective 'Bush. -.' > -f.\'c !""tt';;" ; "*" '>'' '*" .""S Jr: "' room, utility room, applia '
., : ONLY$ !PER: MONTH; location-, $10,500 total* ,j.:$84 w'Jt0" ::, month. oq- aUfyang. ..,;.'
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Plates ,v):"v;: *. 'f, -

Personalized Identification .. .. 1'\i. ;/ IH;tj; ? __*;-', DUPLEX '. l,
Corner CBS. Like 2-bedroom..each
new
5791 NW 7th Ave. 'l'ai< *"** '
vWAfnifQr" '
yu -,: 400'I'M REARY side appliances. Good area, near school and bus,
.,. MIAMI ;' ,f01' fo' 1r ; for you $14,500 total, $450 down, $84 month.
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it. YM'DEUGHTFUL "ltM 0
: $2.99 CHARMING :

:r :and brag of: k.?.too own you'd be too --o-- f

.;t-J Z For Your Auto DUPLEX. Another CBS beauty l-bedroom..ael .side
2-bedroom bath Fla. furnished ,
r Sold Through Dealers : ., room,
appliances, $11,000 total, $85 month no qualifying.
.1-, For Bearcat dealer all .--, ;, ...... --n- ,
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PL 9-4369 t Nor 'DUPLEX. Very neat ZJ drbwT and 1-bedroom,
1 AM3KDOM $390 DOWN $10;990 TOTAL
: partly furnished, appliances, with extra lot. Only
CXMMtE RUNjilIf : $9,000 total, $85 month. No qualifying.
OBBB BDflDOOOOCKP'&g' "

NOD wgtoal Office Treatment .' you wish a. ...:| 'in a CBS, bedroom, :2 bath' MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS :
RUPTURE PILESRectal
.. home, only*$89 per'month, no qualifying.We SHELL REALTY
4 9toaM, Varicose Veto, ." ... ....
Prostate '- No lost time' are open- 9 a. 1a. to 6 T',
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Discard Tress Upon Correction .: 4260.NW 7th Ave. 758-5551
ass
TRIO REALTY fE 9-8372 .
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