The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Held In Murder of Babyof LOW ENROLLMENTS TO 1

Interracial CoupleA BE "PHASED OUT"At

least four of the all-Negro county.

35-year-old white man was The officers declined to give common-law wife stayed at the Senior High schools in Dade None of the schools affected
the Identity of the white wife bar with friends. County will be eliminated i n would be closed, but will ope-
Miami homicide
charged by
of the accused until she could Glaesner picked up the Infant three years, according to a rate a a junior highs. Senior
detectives with manslaughterin be questioned. from his baby-sitter's about 1 timetable of Supt. Joe Hall I J high students will transfer to
the death of the infant son a.m. and went home. He remembered given to Dade's School Board the nearest county senior high
of his common-law Negro wife I Glaesner who was arrested nothing after that, Wednesday, school to them.

Tuesday and held in city Jail said Glaesner, except that the Hall said that the board will
North Dade Senior High is'I
Robert Wilson Glaesner of where he was questioned at child cried in his crib and he
scheduled t discontinue I be requested to construct new
o n
G07 NW 7th St. confessed hitting length told police he knew fed It a bottle of formula then
nothing of the alleged murder the: fall of ]10CO and George buildings in order to carry out
the child for crying and he went back to sleep.
the First these
until Jeanette awakened him Washington Carver and !Mays program. among
was bound over for Criminal Monday and said: "The baby's The baby's mother found It Senior High In the fall of lDd7, will b e Killian Senior High; ,
Court with bond set at $3,500. dead." dead when she returned to the south of South Miami which
Hooker T, Washington Sen- should be ready for opening
few hours later.
Olaesner was arrested after apartment a ior High also might be closed
Andrea Cow said that Glaesner and in the fall of 10CO.
the woman spent Sunday evenIng depending on expressway andurUan
Glaesner was found dead from ,
drinking in bars. Near midnight renewal developments, The superintendent said the
skull fractures Monday in the Glaesner allegedly said Hall said. plan does not need the approval -
small apartment Glaesner rent- he felt "tired and sick" and Escapee 66 of board because It is
ed month for himself, When the change is made
a ago that he was gOing home. His in full accord with the board'sstatedpolicy
his 24-year-old commonlawwife Northwestern will be the only of full racial integration -
Jeanette, and the child all-Negro Senior High In the .

Miami Hoirtlcide DetectiveS Waiter Sues ACL Reforms;
Robert Gow said Glaesneran

had unemployed a white wife warehouseman and three, RailroadA Goes FreeSamuel Pesticide Poisoning On '

children in Miami and he had I

not been divorced. Circuit Court suit was filed -
against Atlantic Steve Jackson who I Chicken Kills

took The the detective woman as said his Glaesner common Coast Monday Line railroad by a dining "walked"In 1932 away and from who a was prison Boy- ,- 3
who camp
car pantry-waiter was
law wife another while she was preg- I doused with hot coffee when apprehended and arrested two I A three-year-old boy died children in the family ate the
nant by and
the child his own man name. gave the cook slipped against a weeks ago, was set free as a I here Monday from parathion' chicken without being:; affected,
coffee urn.Claiming, bird Monday. poisoning after eating fried the officers said ?,
An autopsy showed the boy Jackson chicken a medical examiner's r.
than $5,000 Sixty-;slx-year-old t ".
more showed
had died early Monday mornIng autopsy Tuesday. \
did four of a five-year \
filed years
damages, the suit was by
: from brain hemorrhage sentence for breaking; and entering King Sets Sight on
the waiter ,
after his skull .was fractured, Charles Turner when ho walked away Dead on arrival at Jackson
who says the work area was Hospital was Alexander \\11Iker -
.. apparently from a treating. too small for safety. The accident from a Mlms road camp on son of Mr. and Mrs Leroy Alabama and Miss.At ,
Marks and scars of previous happened as the train ,,Oct. 18, 1002.VolusJa Walker of 5820 NW 17th Ave. i
injuries were visible on the gave a Jerk at Florence, S. C., County State Attorney n convention of the Southern -
infant's body, said Cow last Feb. 5. he said. Warren said Mondayhe Homicide detective, Sgt. A, Christian Leadership Conference -
Dan M Fontana of the Miami police In Savannah, Ga., this
I will dismiss the. breakingand theorized that a piece of chicken week, Dr. Martin Luther !{Inn
charge giving
entering had fallen Into the poison said, Negro organizations
Jackson a clean slate. sprinkled on !the kitchen floorof concentrate on Mississippi and

.. State Attorney Richard E. the faimlly's apartment, and Alabama In tho next few
Gerstein, who had made a full the child picked it up and ate months-maybe with massive
k I. investigation of the case said, !it. demonstrations
"Warren agreed with me that Fontana said the chickenwas Ho told reporters that he
this man had done the best still on a plate on the loped racial difficulties couldbe
job of rehabilitating himself" table He said the boy's father solved in the streets ins'tead
said he had bought two cups or the streets. lie charged,
The straw that tripped Jackson of parathion' and put It around however, that In some Instances -
was a minor traffic viola- the kitchen and behind the refrigerator federal judge! have "en-
:: r rr I which caused him, to bnuestioned .
tion and stove to kill insects tered Into a conspiracy" with
and finger-printed ocul J leaders to delay civil
Sept. 22. Along with parents, five other rights procedures.

A former employer paid fora
lawyer for Jackson and all of
the firms with which he h a d
worked and Is working, gave t
I him a good name. Gerstein secured -
I the cooperation of War- i"i
ren to keep the escape from )
returning to Orange Countyon I ;
RG the charge.Negroes .
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I .: :;Publishers Pledge Aid in Aid For Africa Seeks More I ,: II I

Winding up Its three-d a y : 1'

War on Poverty ProgramThe meeting week, the In American Washington Negro this I

Leadership Conference on Africa
National Newspaper "We are delighted'with your agreed to seek 'ways to Influ-
Publishers Association this week support and you can be sure ence U S. policy on Africa.
pledged Its full support of the that we are"going to call on "Ima.. Jnatlve and massive
War on Poverty. you for help. aid" to newly Independent African -

FrankL. During the one-hour meeting countries and a cutback
Association President ; In private U S. Investment In
Shriver 4
Stanley Sr., told Sargent with the group. Mr. South African Industries would
director of the antipoverty asked them to aid In recruiting executive assistant AmalgamatedMeat I
Shrlver and he included In the initial ob- Hilton E. Hanna,
program (that It Is his thousands of young men America I'
of North
In the new jectives. Cutters and Butcher
for places
that the poverty pro- women
gram opinion Is equally If not more Important Job Corps where 'they will get to The Conference American also Negroes AFL-CIO was main speaker at the 1964 Labor Day celebration

than the Civil Rights a new, chance to of leave the'antipoverty the to encourages Identify more closely with for Madison (WLsconsin) Federation of Labor,
the -
slums with help
legislation.endorsement of the pro- '_ program. Further, he their African heritage and Jar-aid Sept. 7, i Ig greeted by local Labor leaders. From left to J
The African
gram came after Mr. Stanley, urged the publishers to help tlclpate protects directly In right: Steve Clark, vice president, American Federationof

the publisher of the Louisville find able, teachers and counselors other, Theodore Drown conference State, County and Municipal Employees; Marvin I

Defender executive, and members board,of met the athletic personnel instructors to staff the new director, said, "A parallel to Brickson, president Madison Federation of Labor, AFL- I
NNPA what we are trying to encour- ,
with Mr. Shriver, programs.; age; Is the attitude of the Ame- CIO; Edward Boklna, trustee, Madison Federation; Francis

The director of be newly Looking on as Mr. Shriver rican Jews toward Isreal." Urschlitz, president, Amalgated Meat Cutters and M J
created Office of Economic Opportunity and Mr. Stanley shake handsare The conference Is a federation Butcher Workmen, Local 638 and Hanna
the agency charged Balm .. of the Chicago of leaders of more than 40
with fighting the nation's poverty Crusader and Dr. Carlton Good- national Negro //organization Mr Hanna is a former Miamian who haft made'I j

:war, told the NNPA lead- lett Reporter of the San Francisco. v Sun- and meeting has In grown New York out of a 1962 great strides in this country's labor movement. | j



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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Federal Aviation Agency hereIn PLEAD
1959 and served at 'the International LIVE OAK
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, IBM Flight Service Sta- I
tion for almost three years. Af-
ter a short break In Federal TO CHARGESArrested
Service she rejoined the Fed- NOT
FHA eral Government with the MIami -
Employees Here FHA office as a clerk-
typist In February of 1901. She WhileImplementing
I lives at 1231 NW 27th Terr. Civil Omega Psi Phi

Urge More To ApplyMiss McCoy, 37, was born In
British Honduras and attended Rights Law Fraternity Begins
Brown College In Brooklyn
Etta I. Wilkinson and graduated as an accounting LIVE OAK following New Year
Carl L. McCoy are ''two of the F major In 1959."I arrested in August
le'gular staff members of the Interested In the an effort /to obtain service at Sigma Alpha Chapter 0 f
restaurant In Live Oak enter- Psi Phi Paternity had
Miami Insuring Office of the Omega
Federal Service while I was
Federal Housing Administration od pleas of not guilty in Judge its initial meeting on Sept. 12th
who strongly recommend serving as branch manager for Reese Browns' Live Oak Court at the home of Brother and
an Insurance Co. in Washington Monday, Sept. 21. NAACP officials A this
individuals Rodgers. t
to apply and qualify xb rF stated. Mrs. Virgil
D. C McCoy
for Federal service employ- for the Florida State time the budget for the pre-
ment."I "So I applied for and passedthe Conference, NAACP announcedthis sent year was presented. Priorto
enjoy working for the Federal Service Entrance week. this meeting, there was a
Federal Government and feelit Examination in 19G2. I hd Defendants now under bonds budget meeting held at the
extremely advantageous for La learned you must qualify ID 1 I totaling $700 are Robert An- home o f Brother and Mrs.
persons to seek employment in F ; ,, order to be considered." derson, 'he only youth, was Herbert Day. Both hosts and
the Federal Service," said In the latter part of 1962 McCoy held under $500 bond and hostesses were superb In their
Miss Wilkinson. "I especiallyurge Joined the Department of charged with carrying a con- roles.
young people to qualify Labor in Washington but ob- cealed weapon Ozell Plummeralso
so that they might be consid- tained a transfer to the Federal charged with carrying a An excellent report from
ered for the unlimited oppor- Housing Administrationthere concealed weapon was held un- Brother Edward P/raynon" ,
tunities as position' vacancies In early 1963. "Because of der $100 bond and Fredie Max- D.D.S., was given on his tripto
occur" She added, "persons,:; my accounting experience I well charge with distriburbing the National Conclave heldin
cannot be considered unless felt that 1 could best use It' the peace. SJOOAcordlwcr ) Denver, Colorado. Congrats
they have qualified." with the FHA," McCoy said to Bro. Braynon on his appOintment
in explaining his request to to Miss Edna as State of Florida
transfer to that agency from Hranch. Plummer and Maxwell Representative in the Seventh
the Department of Labor. had taken part in the effort District.
McCoy was assigned to the to obtain service a't' a Live
Oak Restaurant. Anderson, who Brother Talmadge Fair executive -
office of the Comptroller, Ac-
CAUL I :MrCOY the Urban
the street secretary of
quired Property Section of the was s standing; across
in that city. She enrolled In a FHM but when the agency'straining walked over to the group after League joined his Bro'thers at
the first meeting. It is hoped
secretarial business course In program was announced they had left the restau-
Cleveland Ohio, and in 1952 i ir he applied for assiignment fant where they had been that his stay will be a long andpleag.1nt
joined the United States Air as a mortgage credit trainee. refused service, because" of the one in both his work
r Force j He selected Miami out of large crowd) of militant looking and Omoga.
three offices be whites that had: gathered.A .
She received her basic train- to assigned asa All Brothers are asked to be
ing a't Lackland Air Force Basein I trainee, the other 'two offices -
white man in the crowd present at the Second meetingto
Texas and Itecause of h rsccrd.arial were Knoxville and Tampa -
pulled be held at the Y.M.C.A located
Anderson -
a gun on who
and joined the local FHA
schooling was assigned retaliated! 15th Ave. and N. W.
office by pulling the at
July of 1963.McCoy's
to the Air Force's com- pistol he is charged with having 58th St on Saturday, Oct. 3rd
munication school in Cheyenne, admission that he Police! found a knife on at 8:30: p.m. Please come pre-
Wyoming for teletype training.She 'plans to make a career In the
Plummer after 'hey:: searched pared to take our annual pic-
was later transferred to Federal Service" Is evident by him. ture.
Samson Air Force Base at Geneva his successful completion of
N.Y.Following. the first phase of his training Warrants were sworn for Bro. R. P. Dunn Reporter
'her stint In the program and promotion from two white persons in Live Oak
Air Force, Miss Wilklnsin took trainee to Loan Assistant. After by Negroes. A restaurant own-
the Civil Service tele'typist examination another phase of training er was arrested for allegedly
in New York City he will become a Loan Specialist using force to evict the
and qualified) to be placed on (Realty). who had entered his restau-group NOW! is the Time to Sell
the register She moved to He resides at 5810 SW 62nd rant while another man Identified -
ETTA I. WIILKIXSO.V South Florida in 1958 because Terrace with his wife, Theresa as Possum Lee for pro That Home.. Use a Times'
Miss Wilkinson was born in relatives resided here and who is an electro-cardiograph: fanity. The cases will be heardon
New Orleans, La., on Nov. 7, transferred her eligibility to technician at Cedars of Leba- October 7. Attorney is Earl
Classified Ad I
1931, and attended this area. non Hospital. They have two M. .Johnson, representing the
high school Miss Wilkinson joined the daughters, Diane, and Carla. NAACP.

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tt% People SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1964 PAGE 3
p J .

M w Places. .,< "h. Dr Gore Tells MiamiansFAMU I

a Thins. To Continue"Florida J

. . LssSS isS.l,9 .'SSiss.SSS
e A&M University In a wire service release I
WELCOMK BACK! 'what your school has already will be in business for many from Gainesville, it was reported -
done for a better Miami. come" Dr. last weekend that "the
The FINK Arts Conservatory years yet to George
Florida's first Integrated ; $ W, Gore Jr., president, declared eventual: abolition of Florida
music, drama and art school in Miami Saturday in replyto A&M University, the state's.
opened Sept 20 for Its 13th Tn HB'S SoIudl: talk the many inquiries that have Nl' was proposed to-
year in this community.All these days about the fatality been directed to him concern- the University Board: of Con-
rate of not only America, but ing the effect of the master trol Friday."
of Dade County's schools the world. Atomic missles, SAN ANTONIO, Tex -Air- plan for the Florida State University The release contiued:
opened this month from kindergarten powerful automobiles that ac- man George L Evans, son of system as recently proposed -, "Florida A&M would be-
to high schools and coun't for most accidental Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie L. Evansof \ by members of the State phased!; out' of the university
Junior collage So what's so deaths, cigarettes tobucco 1615 First Court, Miami, Board of Control staff system when it began serving
special about the Fine Arts which causes cancer, alcohol has completed Air Force basic "While it i is true that the Institution loss than majority of the Negroes
Conservatory- which shorten the life span of military training at Lackland may have a differentrole enrolled' in the rest of
habitual Imbibers And many AFD. and scope in the latter the sytem.
All of our schools serve their other harmful "sins to the port of the 20th century," he "The A&M Law School
purpose in the furthering of body" which scientists medics, Airman Evans Is being assigned added, "the Board of Control's would he eliminated as soon as
education. The Fine Arts Con and other experts alarm us to a Strategic Air Com- for the university during a new law school: is established -
servatory lends the cultural with that will deteorlate man- mand (SAC) unit at Francis the next ten years point to at Florida State, also' in Tallahassee -
touch to the development' of kind!! E. Warren AFD; Wyo., for solid] development In curriculum .
an ideal community training and duty as a food facilities, faculty, staff "The Negro college, which
I have been spared from service specialist. His new and student body" now has about 2,500 students,
I think all students: especially being fitted for angel wingsas unit supports the SAC mission' Dr. Gore pointed to a state- was efiflalfllshed': in 1887 undera
the pre-school kids should the result of three auto ac- in keeping the nation's inter- ment from the Board of Con- federal land grant It was
have a little knowledge of the dents; I haven't felt the effects continental missiles and Jet trol Manual: with respect; to the dose-grated recently under fed
artswhether it's music, dra- of atomic fallout and the oth- bombers on constant alert. function of the Institution: from eral law, but no white stueents:
ma, dance or learning the fundamentals er misseries of man. The airman is a graduate- of 1005 to 1975 which reads! as attend.
of music. Booker T. Washington High I follows: "The Florida A&M J "Only a handful of Negroes:
I have been smoking: cigarettes ,: I School. University's primary objective attend( other state universities,
The arts are a universal lan-
nigh on 35 ;years And Is lIl1CI\r- raduatc study In the "Tho proposal was contained
guage I as most youngsters then I began I I .r arts and! sciences and under- in u program of beofer-up
Founded In 1953 by Mrs. Ruth I my career as "duck kooper. gnuluato professional field<1 and higher (education): Including a
Greenfield, the school has ," Now at the heights of half its "secondary study in the arts system of senior-level: state
struggled along (no-profit) I puffing days, two and and sciences and professional colleges to handle the overflow
over the years, but with a determination I pack per tiny go down the cancer fields! at the master's level and from junior colleges"
to add and contribute ,, drain. I know these aro too fundamental' research"
her bit to the betterment many "(':mcE'r sticks" to burn
of the whole communityshe It's a 111 hit hard on the poc-

has built her "baby" Into ket, but I don't want t to kick 4 jx first l phase o f h 1 s Air force Attention Girl ScoutsAll
the hnblt. And there ain't
a commenadable institutionand + basic military training: at Lack-
has its own building at GOth sign of cancer: yet (If that doc land AFB; Tex.
St. and Gth Ave. Not only that is lying! I'll I'll). Girl Scout' Volunteers aro
y tlg Airman Green has been selected urged to attend the first Fall
branch where '
a '
On tho other hand that other i "" meeting on October 7 at t h
pisq technical
classes 1t. : H for training a s a
are being held In the ..
I great destroyer of the hu- at I .
First Unitarian Church supply specialist a t th' A i r p.m.
for man mind and body King "' i \ \ It la Important that each
the convenience Training: Command (A T C)
of those who Alky has been one of The. ., it school at Aimarillo AFB, Tex. troop he represented' because
live in the
Coconut Grove I
area. sins; that has befallen me Now ) \ His new unit Is part of the vast we will be discussing the revised -
On Saturdays classes in hold it, I'm a tippler, yes! But '*'ff':{f< ": ATC system which trains air- policies, practices a n d
dance will be held In the Com- not an Edgar Allen Poe, W. C, '<\ ; :r men and officers in the diverse procedures.
munity room of the Roosevelt Fields, Dean" Martin or "Lost sklls required by the nation's Please como prepared to pay
Savings and Loan Building. Weekend. aerospace force for the calendars you orderedIn
May ((500 in number)
On welcoming my good friend, I'm still not deteriorating, my The airman is a graduate; of
Ruth, back to the field of art mind is alert and I can still SAN ANTONIO, Tex AIr- Mays High School and earnedan Don't forget training. Meet
education, I will have her and swim 10 yard at fast clip, man Wllllo D. Green, son of A.A. degree from Suwannee the deadline '
to know that I hold mv own in a Judo contest Mr. and Mrs Browning Greeno River Junior Madison '. ,
you was once College: Mrs. Clarice Littles,
In'terested in this cultural field.I with "Ma Jones. And still f 11001 S. W. 218th Terrace, \
no cancer, no hardening: of the Neighborhood chairman t ,
used to play "Suwanee", "Old Goulds. Fla., has completed the
Black Joe," etc. on the Jews kidneys, and a heart that beats ..
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PACE 4 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1964 500 Longshoremen Walk Out Hereof I

the South Atlantic Steamship leaving about COO workers here 1 v a
Association bogged down I and In Port Everglades Idle. I .
Wednesday night In a meeting with Federal
Mediator William I
V The Walkout closes ports : :the bargainers could not agree I I
from North Carolina to Miami, : on two main points: a guaran-
tee of four hours' work when
longshoremen are called In on
FOR QUALITY a half-day basis; and an assurance -
and Publisher of a n 18-man mini- j
mum gang to unload each ship. '
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struck Thursday after negotiation -
mber Aeeociatte anc-n ;
Publisher $
the National Newspaper
between officials of
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order to preserve freedom 'Do unto others as you and Insured Specializing in artistic arrangementsfor
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Democrats are naming county campaign managers 5260 NW 32nd Avenue Phone 634-1087
and workers >all over the state. Among those named, are: $16,900

Leon Van Wert of Daytona Beach, mana- _
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F. E. Sparks of Starke, for Bradford County. ,
John Christy and Jack Beatty are managers for

Dade County. .I.? .,' TREMENDOUS VALUES IN

Senator Spessard Holland: a powerful political figure -
speaking in Orlando, said that (he is supporting
President Lyndon Johnson because, Johnson is the best
qualified. man to meet, the challenges of a complex world. Clearance Sale
Senator Holland has spoken in Miami sections of the state advocating a Democratic Presidential -
victory. He is scheduled for 25 speeches in 119 cities C .'
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Late polls show heavy registration of Negro voters. {
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The Miami Times sialutes and congratulates the Rev. Values to 10.99
Theodore Gibson, D.D., rector of Christ Church, Coconut
Grove his Missy Juniors Compare at 3.99
upon 19th anniversary 2 for 1
half sizes A lines andl! straight
Apart from his religious accomplishments at ChristChurch
Fr. Gibson has been and still is, an alsseh' to our { Many styles and shifts also duster regular to 1.99 each
community. He is interested in every phase of life in fabrics to select styles. Get several Hurry!II!
Dade County.As from! at 'this low price!

president of the local branch of the NAACP, he
baa made some outstanding interracial contributions.,

We list the Rev. Theodore Gibson as Miami's most Tailored CottonPAJAMAS KRAZY
outstanding Negro citizen, and we believe the community { Bra Sale!
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CHANGE OF MINISTERSSunday { compare 2.99 at 1.99 All cotton bras-with values to 2.99

October 4, will see another change of min- and without strapsSelection we want to get ridof
isters at the Church of the Incarnation. However, this one of colors Get several! them
will be temporary. The vicar, the Rev. Theodore Jones,
who has served this church since November 1, 1962, will {.
be in charge of Christopher, Ft. Uauderdale and St. \. Entire
Philip's, Pompano Beach, while the Rev. Edwin: Shirley { Straw Bags Nylon I Hose
retired priest, who some years ago was in charge of St.Peter's Children's Special
Key West, supplies at the Incarnation. Summer

Father Jones has made many improvements tat ,the I 590 Playwear 39Cpackaged

Church of the' Incarnation. Stock

He is a very good preacher and a good businessman.The reg. 1.00 to 1.39 2 for 78
congregation regrets his leaving and wishes for him values One Third Oft compare at 99 each
success in his new sphere of labor.' first quality me.hdont
i miss 'these! use our layaway or regular
Mrs. Jones, the vicar's wife, a very fine person, Dept. seamlessUse
made her contribution to the Incarnation. Among other
things, she conducted a Vacation Class for Children durIng -
/the summer. But her finest contribution was organi- our convenient Three Sisters
zing and directing the teenagers in the Girls Friendly So-
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Father Jones also serves as chairman of an integrated charg>it or Florida
committee to study work In Negro congregations. Edison CenterNeighborhood N.W. 7th Ave.
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.;,","t,. :' the Bain's Funeral Home, 3187 Douglas Road, Co-

conut Grove, Miami, Florida is operating now and
,. ; has always operated, independently, a'nd' has no
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Gladles Woods of 2155 William J. Stanley, a '62 A-2-C Walter M Roberts of our firm a 1964 Hearse and a 1964 Station wagon
N55th, Terri, was crowned graduate of Northwestern High New York City Is here with and are now in the process of adding on showroom
:Mrs Jordon Grove on September the University pace (slumber rooms,) office and receptionrooms
School i Is studying at his mother, Mrs, A Roberts space
20, for raising the highest '
WoodsIs of Cincinnati Williams und grandmother, Mrs Mae so that we might continue to serve you in a
amount of money. Mrs.
modern and
grateful lo all who helpedher Is the son of Mr. and Mrs W. Tyndell of 1755:> NW 5Gth St., satisfying manner.
drive successful Special Stanley Sr., 1120 NW 58th before leaving for Greenland We are al firm tha was built on service, to all
thanks to her husband Deacon Terr and will he Invited into humanity and are always ready to come to the aid
Durle M. Woods. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity A-2C Roberts is In electrical of anyone that: is desirous of information, such as

Mrs. Annie M PanUh Is during the probation period production in the Air Force. I Social: Security, Veterans Administration, Welfare,
president; Mrs. Gladies Woods, Workman's Compensation and other services.
vice Rev. C. H. \
Smith, pastor ; Now Open on Wednesdays Our whole plant is completely' air conditioned
in and mod'ern' in every way.
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ROY'S BARBER SHOP We strongly feel that an institution of any character -
Open Mike Presents or reputable standing docs not have to stoopto

"The Far Right"Open 6349 .7th AvenueFormer any' underhand tactics to survive.

Mike and Ifendrlk J. We are members of the City, State and National -
Berns will discuss "The Far barber at Longshoreman Barber Shop Morticians Association, in good standing.
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guests will be Dr. James Te- Ultra Modern Air Conditioned Manicurist TV Respectively,
deschi and Philip Chafeta. BAIN'S FUNERAL HOME
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I Florida Voters League I Negro Lion Tamer I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 10fct PAGE 7 ,

Bmanuel Ruffin, Jr., of Hal-! +. 4S
Convention A SuccessOn landale, Fla., Is featured in the
upcoming Oct issue o f Elk ny

Saturday and Sunday, ed two beautiful vocal numbers. magazine in as America.the only Negro lion ,
Sept. 26-27, the Florida Voters Elliott Roosevelt, son of the I tamer .
League 'held i'ts' most successfuland late Franklin D. Roosevelt, Muffin works In Junsrleland in
colorful biennial conven- spoke on behalf of all Demo- North Miami Beach. lie's been f fU"
tion in Miami The headquarters cratic candidates and the par taming cats for 15 years, got
was at the Hampton ty's philosophy Attorney Ike his start in Los Angeles under
House Motel and Villas. The. Williams, Republican, spoke for the famed Clyde Ueatty.
Dade County Young Democratic the Republican Party and Its In the Ebony article Ruffin
Association was host candidates\ offers these guidelines to lion
The all-day Saturday busi- Senator Harry P. Cain, Republican -
ness sessions were spirited, objective for the Lyndon B. A chair is used by the lion fI
and fruitful. Johnson-Herbert Humphrey tamer because Its legs con-
ticket, spoke about his candidate found the lion's need for n
The cocktail party a't' Roose- t He also delivered a won- single point of attack. :
velt Savings and Loan Assoc- derful sermon "Race Relations :
iation's spacious lobby w a s and Civil Rights" Tigers are much more dangerous -
attended by more than 200 than lion's and are known I
delegates and friends. It was agay iii: to kill just! for fun.
and beautiful party. Thero
was plenty of good food and Alton I 1 preparing to attack a
drinks for all. Broward Y man will quiver and Its eyes
will flame with lust. ,I
The high point of the con-
vention was the banquet held County Animals used in circus acVs are

1 p.m. Sunday at the Hampton worth up to $5,000. v' p ti rGz 1
House. Napoleon Reid render. News Trainers must exhibit self- '-- '_ ;; .\... ..i. =- t'- .'.}::.. ,1IIL.n f

confidence at all times; cats According to Rcnfleld Im- and Drug, (shown in the accompanying
can sense lack of confidence porters, Ltd. U. S. dlstrll/utor '
iiyWalter photograph' ) says j'
Phone Calls Windup in a man.Daughter. of Pinch by Halg and Halg, the sale of the half pint\ Pinch
Bowe Ivtd., immediate acceptance by bottle is very rewarding Ho .
Voter Drive consumers! has !been very grat- finds customers coming back n
Elk on fylng with the Introduction of for additional quantities. According
Personal telephone calls I South Ilroward Post No. 8105 the new Pinch half-pint size. to Mr. Moshack, tho
were one of the high lights ofa will meet Sunday, October 4, at Holiday CruiseMrs This new package is an exact display of these Plncn bottles
massive voter registrationdrive 5 p.m. at Howe's Barber Shop Marion Muldrow, Dt I which replica) are of the famous larger sizes has stimulated many of his customers
that winds up Saturday. 4411 S. W. 17th St. West Hollywood Ruler of Greater Miami Templeof the world. throughout to trade up to Pinch

Thousands of additional vot- Fla. All members are Elks left Miami Monday, The new Pinch since it costs only a few cents
asked to please be present. Sept. 28 half-pint
on a four-day
ers will be on the rolls when holiday scotch
bottles than
cruise are packaged in a car- more ordinary
to Nassau
they close at 5 p.m. that day as The Star Light Lodge No. Florida. Elks Daughter via the Ruler s.s. ton containing six units.' Some I
a result of the nonpartisandrive 512 will meet Friday, October 2 Muldrow customers find these bottles so
its backers say. at 8 p.m. All members are askedto Contest Ity won raising the Most the Popular largest attractive that they buy the 'I I :\ox too( lot. Opa-lorku sacs 50.x I
102 lot, Liberty City area. For
Miami Mayor Robert King please be present at the I I I amount of .money In a contest entire container of six bottles.
Masonic Hall, on Pembroke Rd. In Dallas Information will Miami Times,
High, who is not candidate for between all Daughter Rulers in Texas, J. L. Me-
any office on the November Cynthia' Grant, daughter of the Greater Miami area. The shack Jr., of Shack's Liquors I OX 1-4)421.
ballot, picked names at random Mrs. Margaret Grant, was mar four day cruise award was presented /
from the telephone director ried Sunday, August. 27, at to the winner through
and told the prospective voters, Ward! Chapel I in Hallandale courtesy of North's Travel Bureau -
I'm not here to talk to you The reception was at th homeof as a contribution to the Dr. Jay Gutierrez
about any party affiliation, but the bride's mother. Many pre-convention effort of the''
just to ask you to register and friends and relatives attended Greater Miami Elks.
voto a good citizen." this affair. The bride received CHIROPRACTOR
I beautiful gifts
Information about registration -I many ver Ranches are Mr and Mrs.
2200 N.W. 36 St.--Ph.
can be obtained by call- The Rev. N. Scars of Hyde Elwnrd Smith (can) Tho 634-1117
Ing the county Elections Division Park is In. Memorial Hospital. Smiths arc blessed with a
office, at FR 7-7501. One of :his legs was! amputatedlast daughter: '; and two sons. They i
The registration campaign is live at 4531 SW 28th St. in their
,week A 'Times' Ad Can Sell Anything. See us!
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you all know, but Tommy refused
y because he was
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1964 ing' fighters at the time.manag-
Tommy just returned from
England where he worked
c a .v,atia8w in
Chip Johnson's corner Chip
received a draw with
LOOKING THE Prescott of England. This is
With Sports all I have on the Johnson-

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____ __,.n ___.-w_ __ rIr.K .W... P. Avera won over Sylvester -
LEO ARMBRI8TER --- -- Keith in
Iy four rounds.
A Referee's Job? done bleeding a from boxer nose who or may mouth.be Charlie Skoch won on first

....#.. #.."" ,,,, "' ""'''''' Tommy Ross, n veteran performer Many fighters bleed easily. Often round tko over Doug Phillips.
writes, about the importance a referee works harder Carl Starling won over Herb
NORTH DADE AND is to carry'a heavy load for of a referee: Take it during a bout than do the Whipple in four.
CARVER JC country
Tommy: contestants. Gordon Lott knocked out
This time the Olympics is
In spite of ',he two losses Joe Smith in second. I
nearer home :than actually from
ever. Let us If we were ever Separating big men a
suffered at the hands of Lakeshore allow our interest and enthus- aware of the presence of :the clinch, the ref taps the men on Orlando Ruiz won over Wll-'
of Belle Glade and Lin- iasm to overflow third man in the ring the the back, but often he must bert Willlms, four rounds.
coln Academy of Ft. Pierce, wishes for all our entrants- referee during a bout, it forcibly pull the big fellows NORTH ;MIAMI BEACH
the North Dade High TBJrdsstill because they are our repre- was always In a vague sort of, apart, meanwhile avoiding a RESULTSJoe
have some of the steam senatives. Thinking about it now we wild swing, constantly moving
left from their opening defeat Murchison, 141, scored
the more efficient he around the ring in order to a
by the Mays High Rams. They EXCELSIOR SECOND becomes supporse and we pay little attention give the fighters ample room fourth round tko over Frank
expect this steam to be just WEEK'S RESULTSThe to the vital role he and to t'e: in a position to watch Holloway, 139 in the feature
enough ''to cope with the hard plays during the course of a the rapid action. bout at the North Miami
fighting team of Carver when Excelsior League's sec- in the Beach Auditorium
they meet at the Junior Col- ond week of bowling saw quitea fight, is Uut the presence important than The ref needs to be in top Unbeaten Stormy Winters,
lege Stadium Saturday night shake-up in the standings; ring more physical condition. Referees 153, finished off Willie Taylor
at 8 o'clock. Both teams have but still in first place were most ringsiders realize. have been known to collapse 157 in the second round of
won and lost this season and the Hagan and Fonda No.1. Truthfully more often than from over-exertion followinga what was to be a six-rounder.
the outcome of this encounterIs er boys, the Sweet Builders not, we look upon the ref as bout. A referee must, of Ray Comacho 137, decision-
creating quite a lilt of uncertainty have moved up to challengebut a necessary nuisance, who is course know :the rules eel Eddie Ludlow 130, in another -
among the supporters is out-pointed with a pin constantly blocking our viewof thoroughly. In the heat of action six, and Bill Tiger, 169
of both teams. count of 5374 for Hagan and :the fight, or at best, he is with spectators screaming gained a split decision over
North Dade has not forgot- power boys, the Sweet Builders in there to keep the boys from for a knockout with one or the Willie Thomas, 161, over the
ten the defeat of last season at League Standing;: slugging: each other with a other of the fighters: reeling: same route.
the hands of Carver, and 1 Hagan and Fonda No. 151 J ring post, or playfully thumb- from a rain of blows, he must !I
Coach Oliver and his Thunder- W L ing each other in the eye. remain cool and impersonal, four rounders, Santos
birds are planning to change 2 The Sweet Builders 5 1 The referee's first and most ready for any contingency Flores, 120, beat Berlin Rob-
the results this year. His 3 The Kegglers 4 2'' important duty is to make sure that migh'b': present itself.. erts 122 and Isaac Grubb, 189,
coaching staff has been busy 4 The Frontiers 4 2 ''that no physical injury is defeated Jackie Davis 180 by a
closing gaps and stiffening defenses 5 Archie's Print 4 2 suffered by any of 'the partici- Among: the routine duties of tko in the third.
based on reports from G. Sir John Blazers 3 3 pants as a result of a blow the third man are those of
their scouts. 7 Packer Pontiac 3 3 which may render a boxer un- wiping the rosin off the glovesof On Oct. 10 former world's
Band Director McCall is 8 Hhe T-BJrds 3 3 abel to properly defend himself a boxer who has been on welterweight champion, Luis
planning an outstanding half- 9 The Independents 3 3 Therefore a referee must the canvas; making a boxer go Rodriquez, travels South of
time show that Is entirely dif- 10 Hagan and Fonda No. 2 2 4 be able ,to determine the condi- to a neutral corner when he the Boarder to take on the
ferent and worthy of applause. 11 The Olympics 2 4 tion of a fighter at all stagesof has scored a knockdown, if accurately welter champ of Mexico. in a 10
The cheerleaders: too, accord- 12 Cloverleaf Sport Shop 2 4 a bout, lest the next punchbe picking up the countof round bout. Luis is still the
ing to Mrs. Forbes the spon- 13 Hardy Rogers 2 4 danger. the timekeeper; 'the instant sharpest thing in boxing
sor, will be yelling at the sideline 14 McDonald's Liquor 0 6 An experienced referee looksat spotting of foul tactics and the have seen in
many a moon.
as hard as the boys will Season high single game: a fighter's eyes when he stopping of hostilities when His opponent. Alvara Guiterrezmay
be playing on the field. Both James Mitchum 247; Ernest .has been knocked down. If the bell has sounded. not be in !the world rat-
contend that the band and the Hayes 216; Dennis Peak 245. 'they are glassy and incompre- Tommy Ross has been around ings, but he has faced some of
cheerleaders are necessary and High 3-game: Ernest Hayes ,hending the boxer is obviously boxing for sometime, has man- the big names in the businessand
playas big a part in winning/ C27; Aluold James 617; ames in no condition to continuethe aged fighters, owned his own is a dangerous puncher.
the games. Mitchum 616. fight. The referee's judge- gym, manages 5th Street Gymon
WHO WILL TUB YANKS Top Ten Bowlers ment will be called into use. .Miami Beach and trains NEXT WEEK a story on
PLAY 1 James Mitchum 205 Many a referee has linen unmercifully fighters. life is no s.r.tnger to Dado County Boxing Commissioners
2 Alvoid James 205 booed for stoppinga boxing. Once offered a job as nil put together.

Baseball, the most unpredictable 3 Ernest Hayes 197 fight when to spectators, a
game of all sports, 4 Robert Caldwell 182 boxer on the canvas appears to
was most Intriguing in this 5 Henry Newbold 191 be able to continue. l last week of the pennant 7 Sammy Daniels 191 ly reverse is true, and DO YOU LIKE YOUR PRESENT JOB?
chase for the National League I 7 Dennis Peak Jr. 188 fans screams for a fight to be DO YOU
The Yankees who had laid 8 James Thomas 188 stopped when it is quite apparent : FUTURE?
doiimant all season and allowed 9 Frank Southward 184 to the third man in the You can have a good job in the future with higherpay
the Orioles to dominate the 10 Bernard Brown 184 ring' that no harm has been / by preparing for a career now
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at the Urmey Hotel, 31 SE the desiring to en. I
2nd business
Ave, Guest speaker will be Across From Park gage in under the fictitious
Claude Kirk, Republican name of SESSIONS
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for appointment. LANDSCAPING
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SPIUYINO for termites, fleas
; THE KEYES CO. roaches, chinch bugs and trees.
I era 234 Biscayne IHvd. Realtors yard soil painting of house
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Miss Daisy Gray, two aspirants Show For stroke. Clyde and a committeeof -*. I
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contest representing a part of Bobby MarshallOn welfare are putting forth every Club
effort to show their appreciation -
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Monday, Oct. 12,
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Father Gibson to Observe Occassionaly- I read- -the -home--

I sedan of the newspapers to
i see what's new in home fur-

19th As PriestOn nishing and decorating. We're
not in the market for a new
home or for changing the decor -

Sunday. Oct 4. 1PC4, the -,. .; of our present one, but It
R*\'. Theodore Roosevelt GlbRipctcr r---- .'t is Interesting to see the trendof

".. of Christ EpiscopalCtuireh .' '4"t thinking in home furnishingsas
will observe his 10thauxnivvrsarv :.! well as in the other areas of

as priest In chargeof : i life

Christ i burr Fr. Gibson a ,1>'', The first item 'that struck
Native- Miamian came to the j
A my eye was about an integrated -
diocese of Florida from
\ : Love that
"listening room. (
the Diocese of Southern Virginiain >1 3HILOH BAPTIST AllianceTo "
tJ: Ministerial: word: "Integrated! ) This room
Oct. 1945. He Is a graduateof
should be colorful, Including,
Booker Rev. A, M. Griffin pastor
T. Washington High Mfeet
l color television. How
St Augustine's College Sister C. M. Myles, reporter I'm sure,
SchOOlh I The Interdenominational Ministerial more beautiful and harmoniousthis
f' Wie are blessed to have bap-
Payne Divinty I Alliance of Greater Miami room would be if the listeners -
tized five candidate last Sunday
School. Under Fr. Gibson's administration .
morning. Our pastor delivered : Dr. E. T. Graham, presi- too, were of various
many accomplishments the It was dent, will resume its weekly colors! It' :would be so if we
morning sermon.
been made
Christ have Church has grown, namely froma : very Inspiring. Elder E. Ross meeting Tuesday, Oct. 6 at 11: listened to the Holy Spirit.
a.m.altMtZion Baptist. Another item emphasized"color
delivered the evening sermonHe's .
to a parish a mordern "
Church.All advice for brides, andin
built and
has been and growing stronger
rectory pro-
Invited to
clergymen are another, the Better Floors
stronger and so to him we say,
perty purchased. are now
attend this first meeting after Council snggested appropriatecolors
in ofa "keep the good works of the
progress to begin building .
Lord. the summer vacation. Matters for each room.
mordern parish hall. of vital Importance :to the Paving companies advertise
f BTU Is held Sundayat
Besides his religious duties! every
community the agenda. various colors for driveways
are on ,
5:30 All asked
Fr. Gibson serves his commu- : p.m. parents are -
He I .l to send their children. patios and sidewalks; colors
nity. serves as dymanic
I TEMPLE BAPTIST such red blue yellow
as or
leader and th Bible Class Thursday
president. _.of .. e I every Well, It's nothing really
;Miami Branch NAACP Vice- night at 8 o'clock. green.
Rev L. A. Thompson, pastor new after all, on the road to
president of 'the Coconut Grove Augustine's College who bestowed You are cordially Invited to will be ;;
him the Doctor of First Sunday services God can be found all the cre-
upon and worship with at
Slum Clearance Committee, Coconut come us as usual. Baptism will be administered -
Laws outstanding ated colors of humanity.
Grove Community Coun- Degree as an all times.
for his for civil during: the morningand Even kitchens are being re-
cil. His other memberships Include graduate fight Remember to pray and visit
the Lord's will
rights and human dignity. Supper designed. Here, better lighting
Intedenominational Mi- the sick and shutins.PROVIDENCE .
administered at bdth services. :ne well! oa color Jc accentuated
members the
nlstrlal Alliance Psi Phi : community} -- --
The choirs will sing jointly i ipg-
lighting because it to
and youth are proud t o
National Council of
Fraternity, CHURCHRev. Week by week the Woman'sDay
Episcopal Churches, National I have such a man serve this avoid cuts and minor injuries.It .

Board of NAACP. He has been community. We are proud to C. J. Burney, pastor shape.program All the continues captains to have take might- be well to remember'
know that he has been chosen that if we human beings had
Mrs. Claudia Wilson
honored National reporterWe
by many been named and
they are -
as one of the outstanding citiZens better spiritual light within us,
State and local organizations' for had a glorious time thru- a diligent search to find
his fight for civil rights and of Dade County and now out Sunday. Many,of the mem- the "resting ones" and to rouse we would avoid the mentalcut
human dignity. His i ,recent ranks seventh oldest In serviceas bers were engaged at other them to adtlon. The chairmanand and bruises we Inflict upon

honors, In 1961 w ere by his a priest In the Diocese of churches. All seemed to have co-chairman feel assured ened each other through our dark-
prejudice hearts.
Alma Maters: Booker T. Wash- South Florida. Congrats to you been in a jolly spirit We were: that everybody will help to How wonderful It will be
ington High School Alumni As- all happy to see our pastor make this of the best.
Fr. Gigson, may you continueto one when at last we concentra'te' on
back in pulpit Sunday. We
sociation which honored him
as Register Tea at the church
church the mingling of color In the
serve our our com-
are thankful to God that He
the outstanding alumus on Sunday, 4p.m..
Alumni Day and preesentedhim munity and our youth as longas enabled him and his companion house of humanity, as we do
in our homes and
a bronze plaque and St. you so desire.EBENEZER : to return safely. ROYAL ASSEMBLYRev.
I We still have a large numberon

the sick list. Continue in R. H. Fayson, pastorL TRANSFIGURATIONEpiscopal

ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. METHODISTRev. prayer for them. Remember W Williams, bishop ( )
/5 a.m. Consecration Hour The Royal Assembly Church Fr. Ellsha S. Clarke Jr., vicar

0. W. Foster, pastor Aaron D. Hall, PastorE. every Sunday. welcome you to their services The Vicar announces the

Bro.. Casey Graham, reporterOn Ingram, reporter Sunday School at 10:30: morn- Winter Schedule of services
Friday night we will Sunday, the observance of SALTER'S CHAPEL Ing service 11 o'clock, even- and meetings They are as follows -
have our monthly business World-Wide Communion Sunday I ing service, 7:30.: Prayer meeting :
meeting at the church. All which symbolizes the Rev H. J. Benson, pastor Tuesday nights at 7:30.: Pro- Sunday: Church School, 9:30:
members are urged to attend. world fellowship of Christiansas Flossie Marshall, reporter gram every Friday night at 8 a.m.; Solemn Mass and sermon
Sunday will be Pastorial Day various people share with The pastor brought t o u s o'clock. with procession. 10:15: am.

with Communion bslng servedat others through an offering for some of the highlights of the Wednesday: Low Mass, 7
the close of evening worship. tho. Fellowship w f Suffering Missionary\ ; meeting I n Lake ST. MARY'S W. M. a.m.

The Male Chorus will render / and Services. The words from Wales, Saturday Sept. 26, ThursdaySt.: Vincent's Aco-
song services in the morningand First Corinthians will be the which was attended by Mrs. Rev H. V. Stuart, Pastor. lyte Guild rehearsal, 4:30:
the No. 1 choir at 't h c Methodist theme' for the day, Emily Benson, the supervisor Miss Dorothy Major, reporterOn St Michael's and All Angel p.m.;

1 evening services. "Because There Is One Bread. She said the meeting was very Sunday Sept. 27th. A n Choir rehearsal, 5:00:
The sense of unity that com- Interesting It was the confer- overwhelming crowd witnesseda Confirmation instructions
The men are striving hard munion brings i s heightenedeach ence branch. very success Woman's Day. for children
on Sunday
toward their Men's Day obser- year on this date, as all : The Junior choir was in at 9:30.: for the mornings adults-
vance to be held Oct. 18. Someof churches regardless of their 'charge of the musical servicesall Mrs. Evelyn Kelly Johnsonwas Thursday at 8 pm.;

their coming activities are: normal schedule for serving day Sunday, with Mrs. Etha general chairman of the] The St, Veronica's
Wednesday night, Oct. 7 the Sacrament, make I day assisted by her co-workers I
an effortto Finch a t the organ. Mrs. the E. C. W. will have its
the Rev. Roscoe Jackson and observe Holy Communion.We Flossie Marshall brought the Mrs. Ellzabatha Mitchell, Mrs. monthly meeting tonight
render services. Stafford Johnson Mrs. Selina at
choir will
are urging all membersto message. the church. Time 8 p.m. Mrs.
Saturday night, Oct. 10 attend the servces throughout Don't forget the gala affairat Major Lewis, chairman.

A "Dumb Ride Supper," destination the day. Friends are invit- the Biscayne Terrace Hotel) Our morning speaker was On Sunday the St. Mary's
unknown. Donation 60c ed to share in the services. October 10. Come and enjoy Miss Jacqueline Pla, a timely chapter of the E. C. W. will
Usher Board No. 2 will be in
and $1.00. Tickets are now on yourself spicy program was rendered.Our have its monthly meeting at
charge f class
o meeting o n the church at 5 p.m. Mrs.
sole. Tuesday night. Let us not for- Don't forget Woman's Day, evening worship climaxed Joshua Johnson, chairman.

rrho. public "Is alwavs Invitedto get 'he sick and shut-Ins. the fourth Sunday In October. the day with a. skit sponsored The Episcopal Churchmen

-any- -r our church activities. Mrs. Agnes Davis chairman. by Mrs. Gladys Wallace. The are sponsoring an All Day

Pray for and visit the sick. GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. Captains let us work hard, membership of St. Mary's Is Sale Saturday on the church
and help make this the best deeply grateful for those who grounds. The church Is locat-

NEW, MACEDONIA M. B. .G895 W. NW F. Savoy 14th Ave.pastor and history' Woman's Day in labored and the many who ed 152CO NW 19th Ave. EUene-
our contributed zer Edwards
financially. Rev. H. president.
\ Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor This Sunday Is "World-Wide V. Stuart and the trustees
Willie J. Beard, reporter Communion" Sunday Let the Mrs. Ruth Twiggs made a filled with Joy are MT. ZION
are giving BAPTIST
3165 NW 5Gth Street Church be in full attendance. beautiful spread t o raffle off God the
for what he has
Please keep in mind ((1)) No. This Sunday evening, at seven for Women Day effort. If you I done. 309 NW 9th Street

1 Choir will celebrate Its anni- O'clock p. m., the congregation want a Chance at the spreadsee Rev. Edward T. Graham, pastor

versary beginning Friday night will meet In their zone groups, her. Remember the sick i Special thanks to our speaker The women of Mt. Zion will
before the second Sunday and in six different homes, to study and the shut in.FRIENDSHIP Mrs. E. L. Peterson and her hold their annual Woman's Day

closing out the second Sunday and discuss the topic of 'Ste- St. Monica Gild, MM. Cherrye observance Sunday, October

afternoon. ((2)) Usher Board No. wardship. M. BAPTIST Mills Boyer, our visiting ushers -
2 will celebrate its second anniversary On Thursday evening Oct. 8, Mt. Calvary ushers. Again 18.Th theme for this .
at 8:15: p.m., Mt. Zion Baptist Rev. J. E. Jenkins pastor I :year's ob
beginning Friday
thanks to each of servance Is, "The
Ruby Lee Carr you. Has
Church ,
Rev. E. T. Graham
night before the fourth Sun- I Been Passed .
fourth pastor, will bring an evening Sunday services were won- I Sunday Hold
day and closing out the derful with' being the first Sun- High The Torch."
service at Grace. our pastor deliver-
our Lord's
Sunday afternoon. Many thanks for the blessings ing the sermons. Bra J, C. administered. suooer will be Plan now to attend! Don't

Remember: The family that poured upon us last week. Wright' president of No. 3 forget! the date. October 18.

prays together, stays together. Our visiting churches were: Usher Board and all the mem-
Ebenezer Mctholdst Church bers are saying; many thanks to

Rev. Aaron Hall, Pastor and the Rev. A, M. Griffin and con- -I
MT. CALVARY CHURCHRev. St. Paul's A. M. E. Church, Rev. gregation of Shiloh Baptist
T. C. Kelly, pas-tor. Church for services rendered APPAREL FOR SALE
S. Atchison pastor
A s w e approach our six- and to all of our other friends
Constanofl Carter, reporter
teenth Church who helped make our 7th anniversary -
"And he took bread, and we
gave thanks and brake It, and are grateful for the guidance a complete success. "Champagne taste beer pocket?" Come to Grace's
them and grace of God, Who has directed where you'll find i
gave unto saying, this is Sunday our Holy Communion like-new exclusive dresses,
body which is given for u s on our way o f will be observed. Our suits skirts blouses
my growth and service. pastor shoes all original. $1 to $5
you: this do In remembrance Is expected 'to deliver both Mink fox and
of me." morning and evening services.No. stoles and fur jackets $5 to $10.
p ST. PAUL AME CHURCH 1 choir with Deacon Albert Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen
The members of the Home Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor
t Lewis dresses
as president will be $1. Men's Italian
pure silk suits. $3 and
Mrs. $5.
Mission would like to thank Cray, reporter celebrating its Oct.
each and everyone for their Mrs. Braynon would like to 9 and 11. A cordial anniversary invitation Blue serge suits $5. Sports Jackets $2. Pants shoes

loyal support in making their thank everyone for making the is extended at this time. $1. Skirts 50c. Also linens, drapes, bedspreads and
\ a success. sip a success. other
program household
Watch for the Family Nightat Our Iget well wishes are ex- items. New suits $10, pants 2 for

(On next Sunday, we will be St. Paul. tended !to Sis. Louise Thorton $7 evening dresses $2. We cater to the elite. Grace

looking forward to another The fourth quarterly confer- and Bro. Jimmie Lee Austin in GRACE'S
wonderful Lord's Day, which ence will be held on the 9th Jackson Hospital and also to THRIFT SHOP

i will: Include partaking of the and 11th of October. Rev. J A. Sis. Minnie Tea s 1:1y: one of our 2512 NE
J: Lord's Supper. Remember that Roberts, presiding elder. complete shut-ins who has 2nd Ave. FR 1-8372

" ;' visitors are alawys welcome at Remember the sick and shut been very 111 recently and to Open 10 a.m. to 5
Mt. Calvary. Ins. all of our sick members.

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( or lea!. Even though his earn- if he is working. H e might
yI.:, so- ings are more than $1200 a lose if he delays his visit to
II.I I'I.J'u year, some payments might be the social security office."
Moi mt.WITH THB U.I. eovaunoltNT due him. One dollar in social The social security office at
security payments is held 231 N. E. 70 Street has freo
THE back for each two dollars of booklets
NATIONAL Council of that explain these
Panama City. This project was. It isn't necessary to s t o t
Churches has named Dr, Sam- p annual earnings between $1200 rules in detail. Mr. Blonston
spearheaded work
uel D. Proctor general direc- Clark by Charlotte Ford checks to get social security and $1700. Payments are with- advises all workers 65 or over
tor of interpretation, (publicity Challenge- Emphasis OES_; Hlonston according, District to Edward P. held dollar for dollar for all who have not inquired to visit,
Responsibilities of
adviser.) Dr. Proctor is for- Understanding. Ocala will be the Miami North Social manager Secu- earnings above 11700 in a year. write, or telephone.
merly president of A and T Payments can Ite made for
hostess for 1905. C. B. Nelson rity office. He urged everyone
College, Greensboro, N. C. any month a worker' doesn'tearn Dance Festival
Daniels is the Grand Worthy 65 o r over to check o n their f
$100, regardless o
'TWAS NICK reading of tho Matron of this group. "Some social .security and added, the amount over of his yearly earn- ....Salter's Chapel AME Church
26-aninute ovation with' checks may be paid at will Fall Dance and
16 a
cur- SORRY TO LEARN that Jane 65 ings. Self-employed people can sponsor
even though
tain calls given Leontyne Price, Lewis is In the hospital. Do full time. It depends a person works how be paid for months they aren't Festival at Blscayne Terrace
einiger from Laurel, Miss. at send her a cheerful greeting. much he earns each on" active in business. Mr. Blon- Hotel, 310 Biscayne Boulevard -
her Moscow debut last Wednesday worker is considered year. The ston said "A person 65 can't Friday, Oct. 0. Donation
night CLEO MOORE entertained: a if he earns $1,200 fully retired lose anything if he puts in his $1.50. Time 9 p.m. until-
group of teen-agers on Sat- a year claim for social security even
NO FUN for anyone to suf- urday evening at her home. I J _...__ __ ______.......,""..y'Y'\"IrT'Ymt'mtt"Ymtm.. .,.......,.. ., ,_mr.mr.. rim mil (ill* Hill Jllll71111-- Jl'R: Jlll! WllV. i
fer laryngitis and to lose their v.' v.'I '}lV..lJ Lj l.'llDI1.!' "' 'il\.l 'I.v.'I.'IL.1"'V.'I"'V tL '" "'- --
voice but especially hard on BLANCHE DEAN vrtis hostess
a woman. Hurry and return to to the auxiliary of the
normal Carmen Jackson. Dado County Real Estate Boardon
Sunday evening at her LADIES
HURRICANE. CLEO is_gone,i homo.HAPPY. .
DUI me aeons linger seems
'the rush to clean up and put BIRTHDAY and best
our trash in our area was use- wishes to Geneva Bethel, Oct. Of Low ?
Tired Pay
less. Even now most streets in 1: Duhart Barton Jr., nnd Alice Are I
our area have high piles of Harrison, Oct. 2; Betty HMly, .I\
trash. 3: Edna Stallworth, Shirley
Williams, Javlll Cannon and
ON. SUNDAY,. LenoarcLi Garth C. Reeves Jr., 4; Doris
Brown will become the bride Miller, Marcus Williams and WOMEN !
of Henry Earl Peteman.
The William Rolle 6; Janie Reeves .
marriage vows will be read by 7: Loretta Bannlstor Emmie

the Rev.bride's E. Melton mother at the, Mrs.home Mo-of and Roberts on ,the Jovcelyn 9th, Ruby Whlpple Thomas.8; Better Job?
zell Brown, 4050: SW 20th St., Do You Want
in West Hollywood. LANGSTON C. DEAL of Mi
ami. Oscar T Tarver, Opa-
PAUL WYC1IH Sr., is In locka and Pedro Juan: Norris
Newport News. Va. at :the Ued- of San Juan Puerto Rico have
side of his father, James, who returned 1 from n three-day I MOTHERS
is 111.
Eastern Air Lines Leadership '
I Development I program In Atlanta

Jamison.of the their Jamison Services mother Family, will sympathy Mrs.in be the Isabell held loss to entertainment Night the' Hilton, fia.Club They Motel on Peachtree at were and the guests entoyed Gyps St.at I Would You Like Extra Income?

on Saturday morning 10 o'clock
at 'Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Mrs. GILDER WEBSTER

and her sister, Mrs. Luc LewIs than
CONGRATULATIONS to Nightingale graduates are in greater any
are spending a few weeks
who are Kendricks rejoicing and over his t wife ih e house vacation guests here.of Thov. Mrs.were other group of women; in Dade County. You) can s ard!
Ann.birth of a baby girl, Patricia' Davis, 2930 NW 46th St. your training now to become a specialist in the care of

' THE FREDDIE;" MUIIRAY8 THE RULE OF THREE the sick, the aged, the invalid, the new mother and

(Joyce Fields) formerly of Miami Three things
to govern: temper the new born baby.NIGHTINGALE.
now of Richmond
Va., are tongue, conduct.
cuddling a baby boy.
Three things to love: Cour- GRADUATES
ALSO, our congratulations go age, gentleness, affection. .
to Verneka Silva for the dis I
Three things to hate: Cruelty,
current Unction edition of being of listed"Who's in Who the arrogance, ingratitude. Are able to pick and choose their jobs. They world

Among American Women. Health Three, things friends, to a wish cheerful for when they want to work., They lake a vacation when

BETHLEHEM GRAND Chapter spirit. they want a vacation.
Order of Extern Star 3rd Three things to fight for I

annual One Day Workshop was Honor, country and home. Special hours arranged for mothers' of small children
held last Saturday( Sept. 20 a't (author unknown)

Day or night classes arranged
-*',? v

Economy Fish Market Women up to 45 years of age are eligible

1115 N.W. 3rd AvenueThe High school diploma is mot necessary

best place in town to get any type seafood ".
Low tuition paymentsNightingale

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Civil Service Job OpportunityExcerpt 111 So. Miami Ave. 3770294MRS.

R. W. HOGABROOK, R.N, Director

from the U. S. News and World Report t (Nightingale College celebrating it's 15th year has moved to newer

Under orders from our late beloved President Ken- >
and?! larger quarters)
nedy, "Negroes are to get not only more jobs, but
rrg - - rrI /
better jobs if they are qualified. Let us help you r

qualify by preparing you for the exam, even if you NIGHTINGALE COLLEGE II I

failed before. Fill out the blank below and mail to
111 So. Miami Avenue

P. O. Box 174, Gratigney Branch, Miami, Fla. Miami, Florida I

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permanent registry Am interested in ( ) Day Class I
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CARDS -DEATHS family of the late of'

who departed this life September -
3 in Deland, Fla., wish to

THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. CARD OF THANKSThe and express appreciation their sincere to friends thanks and

I PAGE 12 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1964 family of the lateMR neighbors donations; and for the cards many, flowers other,

l at"r forms of condolences shown us
during our bereavement. Special -
thanks to the Harlem, Magic -
CARD OF THANKSThe t City Cab Associations and

family of the la'te' The family of the late. the Liberty City Jitney Service -
May God bless each of

1430 NW 67th St., wishes to you
Yh Me.i The Family
express sincere thanks to the SM h !
many friends and neighbors for
the many acts of kindness l

shown us during our hour of CARD OF THANKSThe
sorrow. Special thanks to Brother ar
Crump and the Manker Fun- y
eral Home and staff for the family of the later

wonderful services rendered, :,
May God ever bless all of you, x
a .Ih y 4V .
Mrs. Lilllam Wright wife
and Family

,_ : 1., who expired July 26, 1964, i In .v ,
IN MEMORIAL /. .-ttmH4,. method of thanking all the A
of beloved ,; '"
loving memory my -
," many friends, relatives and
mother, :!::
._............ _. ....lQ 'h.'Y neighbors for their various
acts of kindness. Special thank
ROBERT H. CLARK to Mrs. Irene R. Straughter,
wishes to thank their many Mrs. Mary 11. Edwards, Mr.
friends for t h e kind expressions Alese K. Gill and the Lillie (C.
of sympathy shown during Evans school family, the r
zf their hours of bereavement. I priests and members of Holy +9
r Every expression was most sincerely Redeemer Church and Mr.
HEV ALONZA STANFIELDwish appreciated. Special Athalie Range.
to thank the host of. thanks go to Rev. S. A. Cousins I
friends, St. Luke Baptist pastor, Greater Bethel Rev. Isaac Wheeler, 1
Church, and the City Wide Mis- A., I.E. Church. The American husband
sions for their kindness and Legion and Auxilllary, The Mr. and Mrs. Thomas .W

thoughtfulness during their i Booker T. Washington family Jones, daughter and ...;..;:-..;
hour of bereavement. soninlawThe ;
and the Range Funeral Home
The Family for Its very efficient service. Kendall Family ,UC
JIi .tlMrl
Our special thanks also to the Grandchildren, nieces and. :
many clubs and organizations.Again nephews I MR. MOSE SOLOMONwho
CARD OF THINKS our special thanks to departed this life September -

everyone of you. May God 2, and was laid to rest on
The family of the late l ,
1. bless you always. September 12, wish to express
V ,_, Sincerely Mrs. Christine CARD OF THANKSThe their thanks: and appreCiation
Clark, wife Collette, Cliffordand to their friends
Cleveland, children Mr. and family of the latef1RS.LILLiE bors for cards, flowers and do-

Mrs. Robert L. Clark, parents '"A' nations, shown them during
Sisters, brothers and other relatives their bereavement. Special
thanks to Rev. W. K. Smith
and members of Greater New
Bethel Baptist Church SLPB
who departed 'this life Sept. 25, ,
First Church
Baptist ,
1963. "Each day, while I a m CARD OF THANKSThe Usher
Board No. 1, Rev. W. J.
thinking Heaven Is meant for
y heart keep singing family of the late, :Macon pastor: Miami Matron
Mother Council OES, members of Sunlight -
Mother I love
you. p, B., Mt. Tabor Baptist
Sadly missed by
1 Church Rev. P. S. Brown,
Mrs. Corlne Cooks, daughter
'S t pastor. Thanks to the Houseof
<< Albert Funeral Home and
\ staff.

Mrs. Cora Solomon, wife
Mrs. Josephine Green, o f 1800 '" Mr. Ernest Solomon, son
N. wl 3rd Ave. Apt. No. 18 ,,IP1 And Family
mother of the late, I II

t/ 4 5k I,I t, + J.I j fj CARD OF THANKS

The family of the late,

I 11135 N. W. 22nd PI. 0 p a a :.. ,J r >j3T*
Locka, Fla. who passed from ht
this life September 10, would : MAE (Patrice) (4 rt
like to express its appreciationfor CLARK
the many kindnesses shown who departed this life September -
during its Ltereavement. Special 15, wish to thank all the<
thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Willie L. friends, neighbors and rela-
Young, 'the pastor and membersof tives for their kind expressions -
the New Hope P. B. Church of sympathy during

and the Range Funeral Home IL.. their recent bereavement May
M and staff. Again may God bless God ever bless you all.
each of you. DEACON EDWARD HIELD The Family
Mrs Lucille Dudley, sister I who departed this life August 4 IM

27 and was laid to rest Sept. 5,
takes this method of expressing
there sincere thanks and appreciation CARD OF THANKS 1 W/' It y
IN MEMORIAMIn to the many friends for
The family of the late
cards telegrams, and flowers.
sad but of JAMES
loving memory Special thanks to the Pallbearers A. SMITH
who died on Sept. 12, whishesto
Lodge No. 9 and the Masonic
; Smith thank the many friends,
order. To Rev. Joseph ,
Rev I. W, Hepburn, the congregation neighbors, and relatives tor
cards: telegrams, and flowers
who departed this life Sept 12, of Central Baptist in Melbourne, Fla., wishes to Church, and to the House of Special thanks to th! e who died August 28, wish to
Albert Funeral Home and staff.
thank the friends for their thanks
many neighbors of N. W. 1st Ct. and express
cards, condolences, donations, Again we say thanks and may 10th St., Longshoremen Lea and appreciation to friends
and all other acts of kindness God bless you all. mln ton Hotel, Officer Calhoun, and relatives for cards letters,
shown during her hours of bereavement Rowena Russell field wife Bell and the Francis Funeral Home telegrams, flowers and dona-
: Mae
Emily for all acts of kindness and tions. Special thanks to the
Rahmings, and Susie Dennis, sympathy shown. May God bless pallbearers> the ReT.. C.
Daughters ;you Kelly, Rev. Grisby and the
all.Mrs.. Annie Mae Smith, House of Albert.
IN MEMORIAMIn wife and Family Mrs. Anna Albury, mother
Mrs America Farrington,
sad but loving memory of IN MEMORIAMIn grandmother

our, dear father, and brother, Seven Children
JOSEPH E. BETHEL loving memory of and our CARD OF THANKS! Mrs Myrtllla Lawson, sister
who departed this life Sept. 28, dear mother, grandmother
sister, Mrs Agatha Jones, sister
1963. LILLIAN LENORA WATKINSwho We, the family of the late, Mrs Elsie Peterson, sister
Gone but not forgotten. Sleepon departed this life September MRS. GENEVA HILL Nieces and Nephews
dear brother, may you rest who departed this life August
30, and laid to rest October -
in peace and perpetual light I 5, 1952. 23, wish to express our sincere Note of ThanksTo
shine upon you. "Bless thou the dead who die appreciation for the kindness
He leaves to mourn: it in thee; shown during her illness and the many friends and associates -
Joseph Bethel son, Florie n.DavIsl : As thou hast given them releaseSo 'heir bereavement. A v e r y the family of Bishop
daughter Jesse M. But-. quicken them thy face to special thanks to Rev. T. C. J. D. Williams wish to say
; ster in New York George PRINCE A. SIMS see Kelley and members of St. thanks for the many cards
1 A. Bethel .Arvis Bethel Leon- who departed this life Sept. 24, And give them everlasting Paul A.M.E. Church. Thanks to and flowers sent to him durIng -
ard Bethel, Alfred W. Bethel,, 1952. Twelve years ago you left peace.O the House of Albert and its his illness.
New York: Wilson M. Bethel, us but your smile will never staff for their untiring service, May the blessing of the Lord
I't' Wilson N.\,;., brothers. fade away. Lamb of God, Redeemer blest to the many friends who sent rest upon everyone. Bishop
$ North Carolina, brothers Your loving mother, Mrs. Grant them eternal light and cards and flowers, thanks to Williams is convalescing at

f, .. of relatives and Remllda Sims. Ruby and Betty. rest. all of you. home, 5140 NW 27th Ave.
And host
friends.a The Bethel Family Bethel, sisters; vJeorge Sims. The Family The Bereaved Family Mrs. E. L. Ferguson


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survived NW 65th St., died Oct. 1. She Is I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.CLASSIFIED.
by three daughters,
family of the late
Mesdames Inez Rolle, Oorlrme!
5033-A NW 27th Ave. died bti Strachan and Elizabeth Ad-'

Sept. 25. Mrs. Stuart is a dative derley; two sons, David and I IFOR
of Buena Vista, Ga. and Johnnie{ Rolle, a l/rother a
came to Miami in 1950. She is sister. Arrangements are incomplete -
survived nieces, Corrie .
Bell Wilson, Minnie Stuart, RENT FOR SALE
Janie Williams :and Julia and '
Helen Denmark; three nephews MRS. ELLEN FERGUSON, 2-BEDROOM Apt. New. Elec- 3-BEDROOM HOME fenced
Curtis, Charlie and James Den- of 1730 NW' 66th St., died Oct. tric stove. References. OX 1- yard, oak floors, 14921 Fillmore -
mark; a brother-in-law, Bill 1 1 1. Survivors include :two 0789. St. Call CE 5-5885 03
rt Jones, a dear friend, Mrs. Jean daughters, Mesdames Carrie I
Hayes. Services held Thursday Lawrence and Queen Anderson FOUR BEDROOMS: two baths WE HAVE LARGEST selection
in the chapel. ; two sons, John and Jim Living room kitchen, 6312 NW of 2 amd/ 3 bedroom homes In
my Anderson, a sister, a 18th Ave. Call OX 1-9510. Greater Miami from $100 down
MRS. ISABELLE JAMISON, brother, three grandchildrenand nncr $05 month. News Realty,
tj 1 A 1r 1708 NW 68th Terr, died Sept. three great grandchildren GARAGE Apt.j Furnished. 1 Inc. Broker PL 4-0655.
+ f 27. Mrs. Jamison, a native of Arrangements ape 'Incomplete( bedroom and kitchen free water -

Key West and a GO-year resi- and lights 1824 N, W. 47th I NO QUALIFYING-Fully Furnished -
dent was a long-time memberof E St. NE 4-0730. 1 bedroom cottage at
Mt. Zion Baptist Church SANDERS, 2152 NW 1021 NW 37 St. Even has linens -
and will be be mourned by COth St., died Oct. 1. Mr. Sail- NtCt'.TN Furnished room with Dishes! etc. Only $250
many citizens. Her survivors ders operated a business on all modern conveniences( in down and $75 month Pays all.
include her son and daughter- 18th Ave.. He is survived by quiet nlace. Call 751-1452 or Life Realty: Broker -1932 N, W.
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome his wife, Hattie; a son Eddie; 006-8515.j 7 Ave. PL 91371.' Open even-
t Jamison; two brothers, Royal his mother, Mrs. Lue Anna Ings and Sundays.l
and Herbert Williams, a granddaughter Taylor, a brother, Eugene BRAND :\ 1 and 2 bedroom
; Jerona Jamison, sev- Taylor; and a sister, Mrs. Jessie Prestige; Apts. Call 033-2891.
LILLIAN ROBERTS eral nieces: and nephews.! Ser- Kenny. Arrangements are In.. OPEN SUNDAY 3-6 230 NW
vices Saturday at 10 a.m. at complete. HOUSE. 9000 SW 80 St. Call 13 St., $250 down buys a very
wish to take this method to Mt. Zion. Mrs. Jamison Is now 271-0015. Furnished.FURNISIIFiD clean& nice 2-bedroom home,
express our sincerest thanks in repose at the chapel. Begln7 hardwood floors, Fla. porch,
and gratitude to the m a n y p.m. Saturday friends may Infant daughter of Willie and ROOM In good cnrporte, fence near bus line,
friends, for their expressions of view at the church. Pallbearers Evelyn Roberts, 20831 NW 37th location modern home $12 n $9)00) )() ) total FHA terms. A. Ben-
sympathy and the depth of services will be held in the Ave., Carol City died! Sept. 25. week Call Thursday, 091-1513.!) Korl, Realtor 711 NW 02 St.,
Understanding shared by chapel Friday 8:30: p.m. Services held at Lincoln Me- Indf open. PL 12213tny/ time
friends and to the pastor, Rev. morial Cemetery,
K. D. White and members of .UHRDROOMS. Drive by 5633
Bethel AME Church choir. The ELWYN BARNES JR., who I HELP WANTED NW fi Ave. A big family dream.

numerous acts of kindness and lived at 1390 NW 5Gth St. and i I wanted Manor $100 down, $12,000 total, FHA
Livein Manager
a senior student at Florida A
FRANCIS terms then A. Ben-
ihoughtfulness me
have served to .
I inn house.Fullv .
and M woman: for room ?
died the
University at
alleviate sadness In the loss of furnished CBS building! : orl Realtor, 711 NW 02 St Open
University Hospital Sept. 27.
PL ]1--22I3
sister. anytime.
my Mr. Barnes was born in GEORGE HALL Sr. of 1029 downtown area near N. W.

Rowena Plnder and Family Bridgeport, Conn. He was a ma- NW 152nd Terr died Sept. 23. inth St. Call .IE 1-3181 I or call QUALIFYING. Nice completely -

jor in sociology'; was active In service held Monday in the 4833.: furnished older homeIn
Mt, Tabor Baptist Church. Ills chapel with Rev Aaron Hall a good area. $750 down. $75
survivors include his officiating. Survivors Include HUM l ) C\\KM'
IN MEMORIAM month' Onlv $8,900 total For
Mr. and Mrs. Elwyn parents:: three daughters, Alice, Bertha Will (*;.m' for your children In nddress call one A. Bcn-Korl,
in memory of the late three brothers, a sister and Mae and Adcl, a son; George, my home, nick un nnd (delivery, Realtor 711 NW 02 St, Open,
his grandmother Mrs. Hattie n brother Jehuc. a sister Ge- 7 'n.1n. 10 r )pm. birth to 5 yrs. PL 1-2213 anytime,
Ruff Services Saturday at 4 letha hail PL 7-3325.:

pm. at Mt. Tabor. Mr. narnesI NO QUALIFYING
w I now In repose in the chapel. JAMES DAVIS of 450A! NW FOR SALECORNER 7021 NWI nth Court

]Hth Terr., died Sept. 21. Services 2 Bedroom bath $500! down $79 month
CLIFTON GRAHAM of 1927 held Wednesday In the with- VIa. Freshly painted and repaired.
NW Oth Ct.. died Sept. 28. chapel. Rev. Aaron D. Hall in CHS house In VITA garage t terms,, Lowdown 2 large bedrooms. 2 full baths
A native of Greenville U.C. is charge Survivors nre his room $10.MX( ) total J, Excellent CBS. Near shopping,
survived by his mother Mrs. AlberthaWllkerson. payment schools ,
Mrs. I1'Pther-ln-Inw. drive bv l 1300( N.W. ,list fit transportation!
Anna Suggs of Greenville. Arrangements Broker FORD REALTY, Inc., Broker
then rail Fenster Realty -
are incomplete. :3030 NW 15th Ave 6354595OPF.N
I) !)
PL! 9.8779.

CLIFTON PHILLIPS 1GI35 NW 14th St., died Sent 23 Arrangements LAUGH "FAMILY '1-Bednxxm)\
NW 22nd Ct., died Sept. 29. Mr. :: are Incomplete. FOR INRPF.CTIONIRuneJay !
school bus
hI3U'cn' near; ,
: ; from 1 to 0
Phillips a resident of Miami Survivors are a son James Lee, 111.700 total $RO p.m.
since 1925, and a member of d daughter,. Mary Etta Gibson shopping monthnchulR, \ everythingplus RIO NW RO Street
of North Dade's four sisters.' Hurst Lillian NO QUALiFYiNG $500 down
one respected: Anna '
\! ) N.W.
Mown\ pa"mC'nt.10
families, came to Miami from Dixon Eva Dent and Neva I BUYS this 1-bcdroom, 2-bath
Oth Ct Onen Sunday 1-0 p. m. house. Pay like/ rent $25 a
Vidalla Ga. Ills
survivors Include Wright, a brother, Osephus. Broker PL 0-
Fenster RenJIy ,
his wife Maggie, four week Perfect lOlfJoJ1.T.nun / .
sons:; Loren Islah Freddie and 8779. HMALTY, inc., Broker
: --- :W.11! NW 15th t Ave 03, 1505
Raymond two
; daughters Mrs. ,
Dorothy Chesterfield and
bedroom, 1 1 hath plus J very
Mary a niece, Mrs. Naomi I lot,
room on big
large Open Sunday{ 1 to 0 )pm,
Log+glns, pf Youngstown, Ohio
ROOM. In private home for this house will lie open Sun-
and 31 grandchildren. Services 0008! ) NW 20th Avenue
.1 middle age gentleman.; : 0910125. location 1011 N.W
Wednesday Oct. 7 at Macedonia day p.m. Florida styles 3 bedroom home.
MR. JAMES ENRIGHT Baptist Church in West 41st St. Fenster Realty, Broker.PL I Largo/ dining room, modern

Hollywood. Mr. Phillips will fl-8779.1 t kitchen, large bedrooms. slid-
2-BF7DROOM House( 2703: N.W
who departed this life Sept. lie In repose in the chapel Ini door closets.:; NO QUALIFYING.
43rd: Terrace. $18] week. Call W. 38th Steet-Iwirge 2- $500! down and pay the
30, 1003. Gone, but not forgot Tuesday at 2 p.m. 1271'
: 001-1189. bedroom 1 bath CBS h o m e balance like rent. $30 a week..

ten.Mrs.. Euble Ehright, wife with very large Fla. room In Excellent: TERMS.
Susie Bellamy sister JOHN SANDS Sr. of 1451 1032 NW' 23rd: Ave. Cotta z rertr Price $10.I OO. Very low FORD REALTY, Inc., Broker
I NW 5th place died Sept. 29. nnd Ant part Furnished child VITA t terms, only $350: month :1039: NW 15th Ave. 635-4595
... Mr. Sands will he rememltered ok. $17 week $05 month. includes everything. This home
by the pioneer cltlzns, having will 1)0) open Sunday 1-0 pm.
DEATHSALBERT come to Miami more than 65years 1929 N. W. nth rt. !5 Ifrrlrnom : Fenster Realty, Broker. PL 0- EXCELLENT. BUY .- SOLID
ago from Eleuthera in house, fully furnished CBS I 8778. IIOUSI7
the Bahamas. Surlvlng are his building Call 371-3181' or FR 1- 511 NW -19th Street ,

wife, Rosa Lee; three sons, 1005. FHA TERMS n ':uitlfnl CBS:; NO QUALIFYING -. $000
John. Rudolph and Roland; a Home on 2 lots tile roof awnIngs lawn Excellent terms arranged. -
daughter, Mrs. Marjorie Sand" CHOICE Z bedroom Ant Un- Fin. room, screened front .
DAVID KEEN, 19 Day Ave. Rutledge; 20 grandchildren; 11 I atnlrs yard enclosed.! Call onto porch. 2-car garage, 1 a r g e FORD REALTY, Inc., Broker
tiled Sept. 24. Services will be great grandchildren and many 3191.! ((010)) workshop Barbecue, Patio. :1039 NW 15th Ave G35-1 05
2 at Morning other relatives. Mass will be $300 Down and $89 month. Life
Star'Saturday Baptist, p.m.Church Princeton. celebrated at St. Agnes Episcopal RTORE. Suitable for lw auty Realty Broker 4932 NV, 7 COME VISIT ME!
Church parlor or barber shop. Call 001- 'PL : evenings 43rd: StreetI
He is survived by father, at 2 p.m. on Ave. 9-1371 Open 1178 NW
mother and brother.. lIe will lie Monday. Mr. Sands will He in 3191.! (OCt 10)) know you will buyme when
In In the Pcrrlne chapel repose In the chapel 2 p.m. 2-Bs- nnOOM. living room kitchen you A('(! what $::1i0! down, $06
repose Sunday. Pall bearers services 1-BEDROOM Furnished Apt. and bath, front house. 1 monthly will give you In.. a
Friday evening.SEDRiC 1C will be held Sunday at 8 p.m. with onrport. for 'workingcounle room efficiency with UUn comfortable CBS home. .. '

KEEN Princeton 757-8228. 2331: NW B5th: (rear). Awnings, fenced, In FOIU REALTY, Inc., Broker
wulbe Street. near elementary 3030: : NW 15th Ave. 035-4505
died! Sept. 27. Services ALEXANDER1ALKER 3, nnd juniorinhighn schools. Call _

at the same time of his son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy NICE ROOM in private home, PL 7-4007. COMPLETE new Hat FHA

brother, David. Walker, 5820 NW 17th Ave., n settle man or a nice working and VA resales. Like new :3

SAMMY BROWN 1492 NW died Sep't. 28. Services Satur- couple prefpred, 47th St. area, UNIQUE DUPLEX, Just a nnd 3 bedroom, 2-bath CBS
02nd St., died Sept., 23. Service ray at 1 pm. In the chapel. Ph. 031-9654.\ little bit better, excellent furnishings homes at fro m $100 to $noo

will be in Green Pond S. C. Hewill and appliances awn- down and from $('iC) month and
N. W SECTION 421 N. W. 9thTE'rr. bedrooms 1 Jh bath
Ings, two We have keys at L I f e
lie in ship- A. GLAESNER 607 up.
repose ,
at Edison High/ School 1 and bedroom, 1 bath. Lovely -
NW one Realty Broker, 4932 NW 7 Ave.
75th St.
ping time Thursday. passed on Sept.
28. Robbie the infant son of and 2 bedroom ants furnished fenced rear yard with PL fl-4371. Open evenings and
unfurnished $15 week block to Grandway
or up. one
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glaesner Sundays.
DAVID WESSON, 11710 SW PL 8-7720. 5151 NW 11th Ave. I
'221st St., Goulds died Sept. 23. is survived by his parents; a I

'Service will be Saturday at 12 grandmother, Mrs. Eddie Jack- NEATLY Furnished Rooms, LARGE J'.AMJI4Yhcdroom, Ii i NO CLOSING COSTS FHA
o'clock at the House of Daniel son; an: aunt, Mrs. Betty Jack- me of kitchen. 1980 N. W. 55th 3 bath, living room, dining terms. Enclosed front and rear
Goulds. lIe has has no son and an uncle E. J. Gard- St. NE 3-9008. room, kitchen. Corner location tx>rchcs, separate garage House
known survivors, but a close ner. Services Friday at 10 a.m. newly rebuilt home, $lr.oo N freshly painted Inside and
friend A, Davis.ROBERT in the chapel. WEEK room unfurnished clown Stanley Builders, PL out. Floor refinished s t ov e

house free water and lights 13601. and refrigerator. Price is $9,500
OWENfJ MOORE, ARTHUR HALL of New 4528 N. W. 33rd Ave. $200 down and $77 per month.
Jr., 2437 NW 63rd St., died on York City and formerly of 5022 NW 7 Ave. Bank foreclosure Kevs at Life Realty J Broker,
Sept. 25. Services Saturday at Sanford, died Sept. 29 In a LOVELY 1-bedroom home biff Modern CBS. Ideal for I 4932 NW 7 Ave. 0-4371.
11 a.m. In the Liberty City New York hospital. He is sur- fenced yard, $20 week, small medical center, lawyers, Insur- I Sunday and evenings.NO .
chapel. His survivors are a vived by his wife. Annie two family only will apply rent to ance, etc. Contains nine offices -
wife, a son and daughter.! daughters, Mrs. Eva Holt! of purchase If desired. NE 5-5566. three laboratories, and 3-bed-
Winter Garden and Mrs. Mary has three entrances Only 1 QUALIFYING r
and $15.000. Low down payment. room, enclosed front porch
Generette. an instructor at We Wash It Laundry
stock and Jefferson Realty, Realtors, garage, freshly painted
MRS. LUCILLE HOSEN Phyllis Wheatley School; two Dry Cleaning. Lock $250 down and $85
DOVE. 7169( NW 10th Ave. died son:*. Leroy of Washington and barrel. Total price $3,000.: : 085-1553. and month out pays, all. Keys at L I f e
Edward, now serving In the day week operation. Some
Sept. 25. She Is survived by a Broker 4932 NW 7
sister Mrs. Viola Robinson ofApopka. Army; a brother, seven grand terms. 4032 N. W. 2nd A v e. REMINGTON portable type- Realty.
Ave. PL 1-4371.. Open even-
Excellent condition. $20
Fla. Arrangements are children a great grand Arrangements Good for couple. UniversalReal yriter. Ings and Sundays.'I .
Call 759-6935.
incomplete. Incomplete, A .. Estate. 751-8642.


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Weldon Johnson Elementary Royal Arch Masons of
HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS school held its' first District No. 4 of the most excellent -
. PTA meeting of the year Tues- Union Grand Chapterof
.. day, Sept 22. Florida Fred Alexander 33
... Due to the illness of the degree Grand High Priest,
, THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. CARVER HIGH NEWS president, Steve Marshall, the working under 'the protection Union
vice president, Mrs. Virginia of the most worshipful
Members of the Coconut Grand Lodge of Florida and
SATURDAY OCTOBER 3 1964 Collins, presided
} PAGE 14 Grove, South Miami, Richmond The speaker for 'the evening, Jurisdiction PHA,
I Heights Community left Car- Mrs. F. Wanza our visiting Rudolph Bradley, GrandMaster
ver High School Auditoriummuch teacher gave a very interesting Invites the entire Ma-
more enlightened and enthusiastic speech on the "Necessity for sonic families both male and
t Reading Program At about the new program Excellence in Attendance by female, also other fraternal
: for improving Instruc- Every Student. bodies and the public to celebrate -
tions at Carver. On Sept. 17 the faculty and Zerubbabel Day, Sunday

t BTW' Challenges 1500 Highlights! of 'the meeting included timely student body enjoyed in honor a very of Oct.Baptist 11 at Church 3 p.m., at 1571 New NW Bethel 68th

a discussion of the following Constitution program Day and the birth Terr. A very entertaining' pro-
: has been planned for
General Mac-
date of Douglas
Booker T. Washington Junior your enjoyment. We will be ex-
7-9, Is looking for 1. A proposed program Arthur All Arch
High, grades Royal
1500 good readers. Awards BTW School NewsThe ,growing: children according to All the grade groups, one thru Masons are requested to be
await all those Students' who their reading level, six, participated on the pro- uniformed. Sponsored by H. P.
I n reading. Students Council started gram. Tangier Moore, a fourth
show a n Interest for determining Council and members.
2. A testing program
by the the new "with vigor grade student wis mistress of
Certificates signed year the strengths and Carey P. Bentley, president;
Principal, M r. Nicholas H. Mr. Ellis Adger, a new spon- weaknesses of pupils. ceremonies. Mrs. C. L. Arnold John S. Williams, secretary.
Borota, emblems that may be: sor Vera Lee, President of SCand was the coordinator.Mrs. 010
sewn on sweaters and jacketsand the Students Council representatives 3. An explanation of the E N Starke, reporter;
pins that may be worn as have vowed t o school's readincr program/ Mrs. E. G. Primus, principal.
the Pro- make this year a most success- 4. The new night school that Dugie's Guest HouseThe
the Reading Incentive' ful one Congratulationsto will help Individuals to secure ST. BARNABAS W: M. C.
with the second lovely l Elestine McKin-
will begin better Jobs.
gram six weeks period Sign up, ney chosen by BTW tornadoes, Morning worship was led by i house of unusual rooms
Sept. 15, to serve as Miss Tor- Our assistant nrincipal for the pastor. Theme, "Lo I am
today. nado Sweetheart for the 64-65 guidance, :Mrs. Verneka Silva with You." Open 24 hours NE 4.3851

Here Is how It works. Every school year. Elestine I is a has been listed! In "W-ho's "Who EVening worship was led by Seeing is BelievingSee
teacher i n grades 7-9 will member of 12-7 homeroom. Among American Women. the pastor. He preached fromI
work with the program and Corinthians, 925.: us for clean rooms
addedto A of Booker T.
ask their students to do out- New faculty members graduate
side reading I n their subject the staff this year are: Mrs. Washington High School, Sunday, Holy Communion will Jamaica Dugie always a
area. For example, a student Mable Barlett and Mr. Juan of Social Work Mrs. Silva received be administered morning and
reads X number of extra books Bequer] Spanish teachers; Mrs. the distinction of being night. friend
I science class, and reportson Marjorie Cook, Miss Norma the first Negro in Miami to receive -
n this reading, orally or In Dwight and Mrs. Marva Du- a master's degree in social Bible class is held from 4 to 2941 NW 47th St., Miami
writing, to his science teacher hart, English; Mr, Georgo work. Other outstanding 6 p.m. Mrs. C, Gardner, instructor. -
He does the same thing In his Campbell. Industrial Arts; Mr, achievements Include citations' .
civics, his geography or any George- Copeland, mathematics; from the Dade County Physical
other class. All this readingwill Lula I Pearson, Physical Edu- Education Association. the
be reported at the end of cation; Miss Sandra George, Florida State Physical: Education -
''the six weeks period to the Science; Miss Shirley Trotman, Association, the Egelloc
language arts teacher who will I geography and Mr. William Club and Sigma'. Rho Sorority. Lincoln Fields Apartments
the Wynn, history and, civics.
be the final Judge as to Affiliation with service rendering -
winners of the reading pro- Transfer teachers from other
agencies; is not limited
gram. schools are: Mr. Ellie Adger, ; 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
to those aforementioned, -
Mrs. Eddie Stevens and Mr.
Certificates will be given to Earl Counts, mathematics; Mrs. the following; organiza- .
all winners every six week Melba Anderson, civics; Mrs. tions also claim her as a member -

period. At the end of the first Ethel Ferguson, English; M r. Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments
semester, any student having Burke Jones, Industrial Arts; The Almerlcan\ Association of Offering Many Features
earned two certificates will receive Mr. Hartman Gibson: and Mrs. University Women, Coconut
a D T W emblem. Any' Louise Culver, librarian. Grove Slum Clearance Committee FREE GAS FREE CITY WATER
person with a perfect record the APGA, South Florida
second semester will also win Guidance Association, Dade Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stov

an emblem.a perfect Those year will studentswith earna I Dunbar School County Association Personnel, president and Guidance of- Newly Painted Venetian Blinds

BTW pin. Let every junior Washing Machin.. Laundry Room
high school student begin to. Orchids to all who attendedour Coconut' Grove Community
read. Parents' are urged to cooperate first P.T.A. meeting of the Council, sponsor of the Grove Free Parking Auto hot water reater
with the program- and 19G4-G5 school year. There were Youth Council NEA. FSTA.
encourage students t o read. over 700 In attendance (including clerk of Christ Episcopal Garbage Disposal
There Is no quota to be reached children). Church and the B and P Wo-I
Jet's have all 1500 junior men's Club. CARETAKERS ON PREMISES
Parents please don't let the
high students good readers!
next meeting; fall short. Freddie After a prolonged suspense .
Jones, Sr., our president, is looking that kept Carver-Dillard fans
;: forward to you respondingas wondering Carver Hornets'
BTW School NewsThis you did this time throughout swarmed Into an offensive pat- Weekly Rat..
'the school year. tern that brought on a victoryof
year a new ETV program 13-<5 In favor of Carver. $14.50 1-bedVoom' $18.50 2-bedroom Apt.
has been added to the Mr. BerrIen, our music teacher -
BTW Educatiolnal TV program was one of the guest artistsat This week's outstanding Renting Office open every day Phone OX 1-8862
This class I s BSCS Biology the University of Miami players are:
and I s requirement for all l Christian Church and because --- -, --
tenth grade students. The Instructor of such a splendid performancehe Offense: Isaac Fullard. Leonard -
Is Mr. Robert Burke I was invited to Coral Gables. Jackson, Charles Williams.
Mr. Burke has Just returned Mrs. Evelyn Wynn Is now attending Defense: Raymond Wllcox,
from a one year leave wherehe ; the Florida Associationof Isaac Stringer, Willis McGahee.
studied at North CarolinaA School Librarians, and Florida Again we say Carver's team Attention!! Attention!!
and T on two Science Foun- Audio-Visual Association. is the best of all the rest.cccccccccccccc.
dation Grants.

Booker T, Washington! has principal Our ,principal Nelson Adams and assistant, and Non-Snrglcal Office Treatment SEE THE FABULOUS NEW
joined other D n d Mrs. Alice Hawkins, are attending -
schools In proving to the adults the Florida Council on Elementary RUPTURE PILESRectal

they who can operate drive a safely.motor Students vehicle Education 1 n Winter Disease, Varicose Veins, "Sunshine Homes"

without accident or traffic vio- Park. Prostate No lost time -
lation will! be given citations the Discard Truss Upon Correction
Congratulations and all
Again this year special educat- of Rupture low cost.
ional and recreational films things that go along; with It to
shown in the school auditorium.are Mose Kendrlcks who is now DR. LONG'S CLINIC *
All students In the community full of smiles as (he is the father 1545 8W 1st St. FR 3-2748

are Invited' to attend on each of a darling baby girl >OOOOOOC>OOOQOOOCJack's Now Open For Public Display
Thursday at ?::30 p.m. no admis- I
sion Is charged. . Smarting -
from two defeats at the hands
of Middleton and Matthew Gil- I MEN'S WEAR New Low Down Payment
bert, the BTW Tornadoes blow
over Tampa October 2 to takeon Open Everyday Including Sun. 2.6
Howard Blake Blow ''hard SEE "MR. JACK" p.m.
Tornadoes!! Who will be Miss .
Homecoming? This question will v: FOB These new homes have everything you
be answered October 20. Candi- -c STYLES FOR ALL AGES
want Mr. and Mrs. Home
dates will begin 'their quest Oct Buyer. See
5 and you will be asked to ./. The Very Latest in Men' Fashions them!

help your favorite candidate. "'" SILK SUITS HATS
Watch this! column for listing of -
the candidates next week. ITALIAN SHOES Trade vour old home for a brand new one

Candidates will come from tho 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida
Junior and senior high school. .
The winner Is to ride on the __ --._._ .-.- .- -
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Homecoming and Turkey Day
floats. She will receive a Sam- Location of new home:
sonlte luggage or Its equivalentand

the be crowned Football by Team.the Captainof The What About Wigs i ?

homeroom supporting: the win- 1940 N.W. 47th StreetEXCLUSIVE
ner will receive free passes to
the homecoming game. Homeroom consult beautician?
teachers will receive floral Why not your

attachments. .. Testing, test- BY
ing was the cry of 9th graders Your beautician can give you the true ,
this week as they assembled in 1
the school auditorium. Sections story. After all who should know Realty,
1-9 were tested on Monday and

Tuesday; and sections 10-16 better than your beautician? 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655

were teSted on Wdnesday and

Thursday. Bethshetja. Peat .- .

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Hampton House Offers Voters League THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

I Closes "BestContention SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1964 PAGE 15

Best In AccomodationsAn Yet" I Commerce, "Techniques of
Lyndon B. Johnson, is best for Selling Your Specific Candidate
Here all the people." In a non-partisan organization. -
architect's dream comes the I I l
night away or lust sit back OTHER PANELISTS ."
true, an actuality of 'toeau'ty, and enjoy your favorite Thomas F. Fleming Jr., Other panelists during the
rharm 1 and all-round comfortable drinks and the finest enter- chairman of the Florida State morning session of the work-
decor, for one's pleasantstav tainment in an atmosphere of L. B. Johnson for President shop included Commissioner F. THIS IS THE
in the nation's most fabulous deep relaxation.If campaign committee, was pre- Malcolm Cunningham o f RIviera NUMBER11262
MoteL sented as the keynote speakerat Beach, "Advantage of -
you like something unusual the biennial workshop meet- Crossing Party Lines"; Mrs
From the moment von driv and exotic or prefer Ameri- Ing last weekend of the Marion H Shannon, President- ..
to the main entrance of can favorite foods, you'll find Voters Teachers I 1 _
im! Florida League a t Elect, "Florida State
the Hampton House your everything to your tasty in the
Hampton House. Association and Voter Registration"
welcome Is apparent The modern dining room. Yes. expect -
;; Mrs Anna E. Gayle, TO CALL
dad-hand: of renowshin Is everything n Hampton Surprise features were the Congressional District vice
readily extended. The lobby Is House, where living can be receipt of a telegram from President, Palmetto "Absentee 1 FOR YOUR
thp perfect setting for renewing very pleasant, very gracious, John M. Bailey, chairman o f Ballots and Their Use JosephH
old friendships!: and Insplr- very free of worries. There's the National Democratic Committee James Jacksonville "Elect- ',
Inc new ones. It Is trulv amaz- never a dull'moment with Washington D. C.; a ion Laws and Their Interpretation CHOIRROBES
\\1'11'" the leaders 'In education every dav: packed with as much letter from lion LeRoy Collins, ;" Norman E. Jones,
and the professional excitment as desire.
religion you former Governor of Florida Public Relations Director St.
and snorts worlds whom youlrp. who i is now chairmandirectorof
Hampton House's Petersburg, Fla., "Importance
to meet during your o w n
( likely the President Johnson'sI "
conditioned of Good Public Relations
convention hall ;
this chat place I
at National
sojourn Community Relations or write
seats 200. Thomas Coward
The Congressional
House Is new1v Lounge seats an
The Hompton additional 350. Complete ban- Commission, a n ft'n surprlseanpoarancp District Vice President, Gainesville -
decorated throughout In a quet and convention service Is of Casslus Clay, Florida "Caravan Technique LUCKIE'S TAILOR SHOP
decor In which the spirit of available for large and small World Heavyweight boxing In Getting Out The 6510 NW 18th
..."...vitti, friendliness and- InforWUIiltVK organizations. Hamnton House champion. Vote;" Z. L. RIley, Executive
malltv prevails. Hampton ,has a magnificent plan to--ialse Chairman Fleming Vice President-secretary Manager Miami, Fla.
House i Is modern and nlnsh lr money for your favorite causes to the League was the presented Orlando Negro Chamber of
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Year-round cen- through vacation planning.
every respect only staie-wide
tral air conditioning$ TV There Is a representative in non-partisan I !
Lounee Restaurant each city who will be glad to coordinating civic group, by BARON'S
Package Store Convention call on you to explain the details Norman E. Jones of St. Petersburg HOMESSave
facilities Honey- of this fabulous Motel public) relations direc- Money
mooners Paradise Five The Social Center of The tor of the League.
Honeymoon plan. One South. Door prize vacations are 3 large bedrooms, 2 bath, garage, Fla. room
single:: room or a suite. It's all given away at conventions and In his talk, chairman Fleming -
there and at such rea- conferences all over the country who was appointed 651 NW 47th Street
onable rates.Whether every month of the through the united decision of 1921 NW 50th Street

you prefer to swim year, Trade. ,Business Fraternal, Professional Organi-- the Governor FarrIs Bryant, 1835 NW 41st Street

and splash!: In the beautiful zations, Churches and many Senators Spessard I,. Holland Open 3 to 5 p.m.
Olympic Sized Swimming poolor others Look for Hampton and George A. Smathers and We build, buy land' or homes

on just a soft bask chaise lazily lounge In the In sun the House onventlon participation attend.at the next the entire Florida congressional For Sale 6 large Iota

patio sun deck area, you'll find you delegation, advised that Need money? See Baron, Call JE 8.1340
that Hampton) House offers Hampton House is Just' min- "The total Democratic slate of
you the most fun under the utes away from the Beach, Florida headed b y President
Airport, Theatres, Shopping
sun.At Centers. House of Worship
the beautiful Hampton Horse Racing Racing and
Painting Contractor
House you enjoy elegance in Bus and Railroad Stations. This ;
decor In the lovely WARNER
rooms. In the magnlflclent kit- year make it a Miami vacationand
chenettes you find all you need to Insure its success,
for "Home Cooking." Gaiety make the Hampton House SERVICE CALLS $1.00
fill the air in the
and glamour
Motel and Villas "Home +
exotic Hampton House Cock- your f At Day NightWe
tail Lounge. You can dance Away from Home-Adv.I .

Service All Mak.. of


Police Seek Recruits W. Alto Rent

The Miami Police Department for, no greater service'could be TV's by the week or month
long-heralded one of thenation's rendered a community tt
finest, has Issued an the service a policeman offers.
recruits. His constant vigilance, of life, JJcenaed and Insured
,ill-out call for new 907 N.W. 2nd AVENUEPhone
limb and property serves as a Bar City and County
The department offers a Job- protective measure and stim-
npportunity for clean-cut ulant to the citizens of any Service phon... 634-2043 FR 4.2044
voting men, regardless to race, town or :'hamlet.
"olor or creed between the FREE ESTIMATE I .J ____

age range of 21 to 30. It's a career The boasts Miami Police starting Depart-salaryfor !Or.".................,.........,....,..............".."UU.......9.1...11'11..91. ..,..1111'//Y'/IY.... .. ....//1/Y'11.,. ....1/....../1'x11'... ..,..11'//... ..-../.. .....-........-.......-...........,.....
opportunity with all the a ment rookie policemen a at $300 ''o- .:.::.;...:i::.;itfX:::.,:x::..!:?:;.,.:.:;..,T:.:;.ur:.;:...:ro: .r::T.c::'i KoT:.::.i,:x:::;.,:r:'.,u.iWSy.MSiM H..=.:.,=-. .,=-:.,=-:.,=-:..=0---:.,=-:,,=..,=-:.,:0:.,=-:.,? ..=-4":.. ., ..:t.lJ'.
benefits that derive from t'f. ::
civil service appointment.What's per month, with the oppor- J .
more it's a career witha tunity for advancement after / tf (..1r '1: EVERYONE IS PLACING
lucrative retirement plan. five years of service. Salary ;' $
increases follow this service. r r' .. 1f,

ment A career could In be the a dedicated police depart-one, tion There with are pay three with weeks hosoltallzatlon vaca-- I: !', HIS HOME INSURANCE

benefits assured for an {,
officer and his entire immediate ;'Ii t'i WITH -
Hotels Spruce Up family. 1

For Big Tourist requirements to become .,
Season Simple"Miami's associated Finest"as a memberof are a i1i! ;/1 THE EARL CARROLL

Extensive renovation of Miuml's written test for clean-cut recruits -
neighborhood hotelsIs between the ages of 21 .h1
nearing completion for expected and 30, height between 5 ft. 0 Insurance Inc.
peak tourist business In. and 6 ft. 3 In. and a willingness :- II ; Agency
If these require- .
this fall and winter. to serve.
ments are met you are on I3 I3in
The Hampton House, Mary vour way to employment within 1101-02 INGRAHAM BUILDING
Eliabezth.: Sir John and Carver ten days.
hotel managements said they r t tr
.are looking forward to the best An encouraging: note from
season in the history of their |! Capt. John De Lucchlo Is, "The .;Its CARROLL DOWNTOWN
establishments following pn.slcal elements of association and fellowship ;It EARL

;: improvements. I that Identity surrounds are a char-po.lIcemnn's iu: Your Friend 25 S.E. 2nd Avenue

Harry Markowitz Hampton acterized by his Intelligence,
House!; owner, reported that the his behavior and his willingness 3 Dade and Broward Counties' First Colored Agency
tile flooring: In the motel rooms to work."
and v i 1 1 a s is being replaced ni SUPPORT THIS AGENCY
with new carpeting. He He urged that Interested men ;
also will have a complete Interior apply Immediately on any Who Someday May Employ Your Child
paint Job done and the week day at Civil Service
,dining room redecorated.. Hoard, 3318 Pan-American and t t Insurance Acceptable on VA and FHA Homes
Dinner Key "you're
Sidney Melton, .cl
the 100-room Mary Elizabeth prdbably on 'your" wny to a "A" RATED COMPANIES PERSONALIZED SERVICE
furniture and career of secur'ty.
Hotel, said new
carpeting will be placed in # Remember when you buy a home you can call ua to write

some of his rooms. uu.4 Your Insurance
The Miami Carver Hotel, and Fashion I
whose guest list reads about t t$ MONTHLY PAYMENTS ARRANGED, AUTOS
the same each year, is adding OW"

new plus room Interior lights: and and carpeting exterior Show'. 5: Dade County Phones: 379-7603 SR. 22's Filed

painting. Don't miss the Fall Tea and 379-7604 HereChurches
Dave Problnski of Fashion Review featuring Miss
the Operator New Sir John Hotel men- Fashlonetta 1064 Mrs. Carmen rit4 Monday Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

tioned such Improvements to Dubrechet. Sponsored by the j Broward County: 923-9547
his establishment as the new !
and Professional Women's -
Olympic-sized pool and the Business SURE TO TELL YOUR MORTGAGE
This Circle of Mt. ZIon Bap-
patio area.
completely new IT
110-room hostelry will be com- tist Church to be held at 7420 :c i COMPANY OR DANK THAT YOU WOULD LIKE UB TO INSURE

pletely air conditioned and NW 14th Ave. Sunday Qct, 11 .. ri ....rrr .W" .W" wwr rrAMM
and furni "WI rrw; r rirrIw.. r,:rr,9rrrrwrrrrrrrwrwrwr.r. illrxrl ..
sure have. -new Larry carpeting Batchlar. at 4 p.m. ,o/, t .. A rjJ./1 M AL AhMaI' Me'e.J'.. A1ia1d1N: ....::..aAI i......7.f/1 d1..11.1.. AL .11L.M;; .N.

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. "Mack The Knife" .., .,
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PAGE 16 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1964 For Old MilwaukeeWith .. .

the aid of "Mack T h eKnife" '
Old Milwaukee beer -.,.
r Human Relations Council intends to carve new sales fig-
ures in 1965. The popularpriced ICE CREAM STORE
brand, brewed by the Jos 60 VARIETIES
Schlitz Brewing Co., has built 30 FLAVORS
I To Honor St. Augustine a refreshing approach to beer (Corner N.W. 54th Street and 7th Avenue)
advertising around this music Take Home Special October 2 -8
and the line, "Taste the
TrilAite to S't' Augustine's Invited t o participate with I difference from Schli'tz.premium "
Negro community which won the Broward County group for
the sympathies of the nation this occasion will be membersof The new campaign; was Introduced Fresh Pack Pint 550
for its courageous demonstra- I Friday, Sept 25, to
both the Palm Beach and
tions for Civil Rights will be Old Milwaukee wholesalers at
paid here on Oct. 30 when several Dade County chapters. Cochairmen a meeting in Tampa. Please bring 'this advertisement to the store for this
hundred members of the for the Jr., of the
event are Dr. Henry E. Mangers
Broward County Chapter o f James Brass, a member of thePresident's Henry E. Mangels Co. of Miami Special. Saving of 15% on regular price.
the Florida Council of Human was among those attending.The Compliments of your local At this store only dealer reserves -
Relations and their guests: hold Advisory Commitee Curvcl Store Owner. right to limit quan-
their annual banquet at the on Community Relations, and meeting was one of a !
Reef Restaurant. Albin Dearing. special series of previews of KOCCY LANZA tliy.CAHVKL .
the entertaining new campaign - r.r -
According to Tom Swafford, being held all over the 31 PURITY PIJEDGE. )
the chapter's President -
state area of Old Milwaukee I
unusual enthusiasm has MT. CARMEL BAPITST sales. All wholesalers in Flori- All the Ice cream sold at this 30-CC

the greeted State the and group's the Nation plan to know"let Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastorSis. da were in attendance I Cnrvel Store, Is guaranteed mads I

that Civil Rights are meaningful Louise White, clerk Old Milwaukee has secured FRESH DAILY on the premises. Ii I
in this section of Florida." Rev Lester C. Albert ownerof permanent commercial rightsto r -
Many of the demonstratorswho the House of Albert delivered the popular song from Kurt
participated in the street a wonderful message Sun- Weil's "Threepenny Opera." A
marches and beach "wade-ins" day morning which was enjoyed motion picture of the musical
several of which were markedwith by all. will be premiered this fall.
violence will be honored
guests: for the occasion. Dr. The No. 5 Usher Board celebrated In addition to putting new Good Selection Take Your PickNo
Robert Hayllng, St. Augustine: its anniversary last SUn- lyrics to the familiar music,
dentist, who led the demon- day afternoon with the Rev. O. Old Milwaukee has recorded it I
strations has ,been selected for W. Foster delivering the mes- in several tempos, including qualifying. CBS beauty, 4 bedrooms, 2 bath,
signal honors. : sage. marchtime, Dixieland and j Florida, room, dining room, huge garage, fenced.
I At the evening service our Bossa Nova. $15,000 total. $89 month. Reasonable down.

HOME FOR ;SALE pastor brought us 'the message. CBS beauty, 4-bedroom, 2 bath Florida room, din-
Visitors are always welcome For Best Results ing room, fenced. $15,500 total, $500 down, FHA.
Move right in to come in and help )lift up the
name of the Lord. Rememberthe No qualifying, beautiful CBS 3-bedroom, IVz bath,
7528NWllthAve.3bedroom sick and shut-in. Try a Classified Ad furnished, Florida room, dining room, $14,700 total.

Reasonable down.
2-bath, fence,
large closets, Fla. room, -
CBS. $10,900. A real bar- AUTO INSURANCECheck Open Sunday 2 to 6 p.m.

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See and call
IMMEDIATE SR:22 FILING CBS 2-bedroom, jalousied porch, dining room, gar-
Owner WI 5.9886
Bring this ad to our office and receive free gift
a age, $8,500 total. $300 down, $69 month. FHA.

D. Goodman and Son Inc. -0-
Like new, neat 2-bedroom CBS, $10,000 total, $300
"Insurance, Real Estate, Mortgage" down, $58 month FHA.

Doll HouseFANTASTIC Business member All People Democratic Club Home and income. CBS 2-bedroom plus one efficiency -

BUY 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380 apt. $11,000. total, $350 down, FHA.
$9,500 total price .

Oak floors, carport, stove, VA resales 2, 3, 4 bedrooms. $100 downo
refrigerator, air cond. Only I -- --
$300 down. $65 month. Big selection of income propertyWe


Owner direct 945-9886 ,


Best area buy! JL JJlJJJ JJJS W JJJ SYJJJ J Jl .I J
280 NW 45th Street
$350 total down I EDISON SpecialsOpen

$71 month Open Sunday 2 6'p.m..

780 NW 51st Street Sunday 3-6
CBS, large rooms, 2 porches '
3-bedroom, .2 bath, lyear new', no qualifying, move
carport, oak floor right in.' Low down payment.0 550 NW 53rd Street ;,;. <*
CBS 2-bedroom, tile roof; hardwood ' Owner WI 5-9886 ***** *
930 NW 41st Street cash, FHA terms. ')f i.7\ ) 2: "!'yY, t
J2-bedroom, extra large rooms, fenced, superb land- 580 NW 53rd ,'Str1et, : ) ,,ta.
ESTABLISHED IN 1048 {scaping.: $400 dbwn. $75 month. FHA. CBS 2-bedroom, tile roof, +WbEflaori'F.HA''

Finest Quality Building 727 NW 75th Street I 230 NW 45th Street

|2-bedrootn,. 1 bath, fenced yard, CBS, hardwood 2-bedroom CBS, tile, roof, city sewers,, fenced yard.
PL 1-36041 floors, tile roof,' cedar-lined closet. $400 down, $68.95 month. $250 down.,
FHA. Don't miss this one. ) ,_-
J See the following and call Edison

,P.w Unu ac&ivStou \ (Terrific deal 2-bedroom, 2 bath, garage, CBS. 354' NW 43rd Street' _. ? .

"..",. $10,700 total price. $350 down. No closing costs. I CBS 2-bedroom, 2 baths, tile roof,"hardwood floor.
ty ,* \$80 ,pay all. $300 cash $68.36 month.

IiliI, 520 NW 45th Street
1171 NW' 47th Street
3-bedrooms CBS, tile roof, hardwood floors, garage.
I No qualifying, home and cottage. $100 month pays $350 cash, $78.16 month.
YOUR LOT OR OURS ''everything. Owner moves out. You move in l0 I
335 NW 43rd StreetS

We plan, guide and ajdvise 1r r 1- 209 NW- 41st--- Street 3-bedrooms, 2 baths, garage, large living quarters.

$300 cash, FHA terms.
Custom Built HomesAttractive
each side. Live in
\Duplex, gorgeous, 2-bedrooms
Addition luxury For professional people. Live rent free. Low 4401 NW 15th Avenue

Quality Alteration down payment. EZ terms. S 3-bedrooms, 2 baths, can use as duplex. $450 cash,
$83.37 month.EDISON.
Good bank financing ;FHA VA i L- 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes as low ail _
$100 down $65 month I
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