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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 10, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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T3g1iP0ItA l11UTANTDR ICT N09 11iUTADfUIi IN ILLIB + ...
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42nd YEAR, No 6 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER to, 1964 AGESIOCI

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I Gardener Demands Pay; PROBE BYLOS



Killed By HousewifeA ASSAULT


A 17-year-old boy, convicted -
70-year-old gardener anda of breaking three glass win-
53-year-old bystander to an Innocent Bystander Dies dows, was released Friday
argument were shot and killed from a 30-day! sentence, whenhe
In separate incidents 'here Wednesday ,, tearfully complained that he
night. Earlier Zack StubU of 3015 foarrassed by .a group of youths was sexually attacked by oth
Thomas Ave., Coconut Grove earlier at the corner of Douig- er prisoners,
Metro Detective Lt. J o h n was shot and killed by a man las and Grand Ave. Barnes returned
Esty said that Jesse Tollver of who told Miami police he had to the corner with a .Criminal Court Judge Jack
52G4 NW 29th Ave was shotIn fired at a band of teenage at- gun and when the youths made Turner heard the case and passed -
the head and chest after tackers. overtures to rob him, he pull- the sentence on Thursday.
forcing his way into a woman's ed the gun, chased them, and The boy cried and begged the
home, demanding payment for Arrested on a murder chargewas fired. Judge not to send him back to
his yardwork. Robert Barnes 62, of 3384 The gunfire hit Stubbs and Jail, and said that five other
Douglas Rd., a laborer. he was pronounced dead at prisoners; attacked: him after
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Louella Mills, 37 of 4400 NW Police said Barnes had been I Jackson Hospital at 7:55: p.m. the lights In the Jail went out.
30th Ave., told police she shot I
Toliver with a .38 calibre revolver The Judge ordered nn Investigation ''fir
and suspended the 30- r
I! day sentence' and State Attor-
He died at Jackson Hospitalof I Local Rights Beware The GypsThe ney Richard E. Gerstein
head and chest wounds at 8 promptly filed charges againstthe
National Better Business five.The .
p.m.The Bureau warned Monday :that
woman was released on Law TabledThe the exploitation of debt-ridden five are: Ernest Leon .
her own recognizance pending homeowners by second mortg- Naylon, 18; Alfred Rolle, 28;
the results of an inquest Community Relations gage brokers who offer them an Joseph Harris Russell, 19; N 'J-
out" son Walker 19, and Herman
Board asked Metro "easy way of their financial -
on Fridayto
troubles is spreading Tyrone Williams, 17.Th'y I
table action the local
any on -
Voter Registration accommodations law, and Canada.rapidly in this country and are charged with beating -
requested that the current the youth and subjecting 11 .
Group Raises $1,000On draft be changed.In The national bureau said that him to perverted sexual acts; ;'.1!
the homeowners are told that and with assault and batteryof "" I
Monday evening, Oct. 5 a letter to Mayor Chuck i I they can reduce their monthly Tommy Lee Harris Jr., who I I'
the newly formed Central Hall, acting CRB chairman payments by Do per cent or police said, tried (to stop the
John Turner said "The board more by consolidating their
Committee of Voter Registration 1 attack and was beaten himself .:
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debts," only to find
ltelleve that the ordinance as out later .
and Get Out The Vote currently b u 1 d that they owe twice as much "Miss Northwestern'
Committee of Dade, County difficulties
they borrowed.The
create more than it as .
sponsored gospel singing
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was intended :to solve." Lovely Elona Harmon, Miss
at St. John Baptist Auto Kills
program report Is not o criticism Boy, 8
Church. Northwestern of 1004-05, will
of the substantial Individuals
firms and
Turner asked, and the com- Eight-year-old M anon N
This was the a series mission approved that the ordi- making second mort- Perry, son ,)f Mrs. Atlas Turner reign over homcomlng activities -
of programs to lien held in nance be tabled when it come gage loans, said Allen Bach-- of 5815 N.W.12th';Ave.. was this weekend when the I
Dade County and the effort up for' final vote Tuesday to man, executive secretary of the/ killed when he hopped off a Bulls tako on John F. Kennedy ,
raised $1,000 in its attempt to I permit CRB members to meet NBIJB but is intended to alert bus and ran In front of It. He Hjgh of West Palm Beach '
create a civic fund that will with the county attorney in an the public to the pitfalls in any was thrown 30 feet
aid in Improving the image of attempt: to write nn ordinance transactions with the growing A car driven by John B. Williams A parade will be hold at 1:30:
the Negro in the political community acceptable to both the county numbers of unlicensed brokers, I 5(1( struck him. No Saturday In the Lltterty City
of Dade County, the commission and the board." or so-called "money-binders. charges were filed. area.

state and the nation.A 'The board feels that the

hearty thanks is extendedto ordinance in its present
all who contributed in any form provides an unnecessary
way to the success of this ef- delay before an individual may
fort. Future programs will be exercise his right under the
announced soon. federal bill."

All funds are on deposit with The CRB feels that the local -
Lincoln National Dank. Rev. accommodations law should
Thedford Johnson is chairmanof lie all-inclusive and cover areas a
finance and G. C. Reeves is that the ,federal law does not
treasurer. even deal with.




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BOMBERS ARRESTEDmillionaire I ,, 0 9 I

The FBI announced Mondaythe landowner and oil
arrest of seven more white Investor, was one of the men 1 r, f
men in connection with racial arrested Monday. +ya ; ,

bombings and church burningIn The others were Hilton Du-
,McComtfc, Miss. Among 36 John Paul West-
nawayi : :4Et'
them were n demolition expert ..44 :
brook 20: Chas. Avery Womack ? I
and a. millionaire's son. "'+aN +Ifrsot trrrfe3" I4.w
.> ""'> 26, Gerald Lawrence, 21; and
Murphy J. Duncan, 44, an Emory, Allen Lee 35.
of auto supply '
employee an Lee was identified by the
store In McComfo was accusedof tx
the Sweethome FBI ",as a former Army demolition :
burning AtM .A ;
Baptist Church on July 18. expert. The lawmen said I
!agent found grenades, 15
Bombs, hand grenades blast- bombs,> a five-gallon can of explosive L 4 :
Ing powder and other weapons powder and carbines
were confiscated In the arrests. and\ blackjacks on property
which brought the number of ; next to his land.Alabama ,.4
men charged with 'racial x
violence to 11.


Jackson they The Joined seven for the questioning.were other taken four.A There. to Sworn In Lawmakers Urban League Vote Drive Scores Big 'J


The Rev. K. L. Buford and J
circuit grand J Juryempaneled Dr. Stanley Hugh Smith took The Voter Education Pro- at the last writing, Miami was lard, Virginia Alford, Adell I
at nearby Magnolia, their seats on the Tuskegee Ject, sponsored by the National second only to Newark, New Dlllard, James Wright, Leslie :
is considering the cases this City Counsel! l Monday night urban League, inc., with Leo [ Jersey In the percentage of Brown and John Strachan. ).
week. The men are charged
along with their colleagues Ina Adderly as Project Director new registered voters.
under states law forbidding Illegal promise of "Justice and fair- and John D. Johnson as Field So highly successful was the The local project announcesthe I
use of explosive Convic- ness to alt concerned with no Director, closed o uta highly work of the small task forceIn continuation of its work, ,
tion carries a maximum penaltyof discrimination or favoritism." successful voter registration! the Miami project, that they In the matter of voter educat
death. drive on Saturday Oct. 3. were dubbed by the National ion. This activity will include (.
Paul B. Johnson Thev are the first Negroes office as "Miracle Workers." among other things, training 1
Governor Director J. Edgar elected to an Integrated city or Miami was designated, late In addition to the Project and in the use of voting machines ,'
and FBI announced the arrests county governing body in Alabama in August, as one of fifteen tar- Field Directors, the personnel for the November electon.
Hoover since ReconstructionDays get cities in the country, in included Edward M. Blocker, Tho pubic is invited to the: ,
Jointly. and their i fcmiigural: Is regarded which mass registration drives Jesse L. Johnson Madeline P. I.. office at 12-10 N. W. 3rd. Ave,
Sterling L. Gillis, 35, son of as a "break with tradition would be conducted. According Saunders, Jannle Johnson, Car- : to participate in the demon- I
Norman Gillis who Is a local ." to the National office, oline Y. William, Willie DIl- I stration o/ these machines.



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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Anyhow, It's happy Wrth- read about the illness and hos-i
day Mrs. Cooper and may you of Jack Bell t h eherald's Goes SpanishThe
OCTOBER 10 1964 Ave to see another 25 years of pltalizatlon
PAGE 2 SATURDAY Crier whose
And oh I Town 1064 Ebony Fashion Fair
marital Bliss ((1)) yes with Va-
hope you will be Justly rewarded name is synomymous sponsored by the Gamma Zeta
Hospital
with a piece of silver, viety Children's Omega chapter Alpha Kappa
as beautiful as those inter- which he nurtured and helped dollar Alpha sorority will feature high
mingled with the black In to build into a million fashions from Italy, France,
colffeure! institution for underprivileged Spain and the United States.
People your children of all races and whose
name is also a Uyword in many There will be many fashion
Wo WKKR ALL for tho community projects which surprises, climaxed by tour unusual
Places. Philadelphia Phillies duringthe benefit the little man. ensembles designed exclusively
height of the baseball sea- Jack Bell is recovering nice- for the show by one
} son and could have sworn 'the ly and should be out of the of Spain's most famous fashion
Baltimore Orioles would have
soon. That's very
creators.
hospital very
their hands In the
ti trouble
on
Things. pleasing to us The accent will be
World Series. But alas, like unto We met Mr. Bell once thrua creations. Title Is the on Spanish
last of Pompei both Ebony
the days
community project here in
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IN NEWSPAPER parlance, mony was a stormy one. We ashes as the surging lava otf football star Is a straightforward Flair
the Lawrence B. Ooopers have soon found out! the eruption of Mts. Cincy, man on and dff the Mrs. Mercedes McCullough,
completed Volume 25, No. 52 Despite the asinine cracksI Cardinal, and San Frisco page He always calls local committee chairman reports -
this Saturday and begin Vol- make about marriage and erupted. It was a sad time for printed em as he sees 'em. That's whatI that proceeds from/ the
ume 26 No t on Sunday.It women In general, 'the 25 yearsI old Philly. In their last 12 days like about Mr. Bell, whetherwe show will go toward the soror-
was a not clay in Octoberthe have spent with Claudia faded like the Roman Empire. agree with him or not. ty's scholarship plan and aid In
( 10th) when the star of Jenkins Cooper, 15 of 'em have And nobody played the fiddle We.. hope Jack, a Herald fix furnishing equipment and sup
the show took his leading lady been real companionship years. while Gene Mauch burned! ture for years, will again be plies for the schools for retarded
and Jitneyed' over to Bishop To Interview her perhaps the It's In the Cards that Mr. back soon on the local news children.
Peterson's American Catholic percentage would be lower. Busch Bavarian's Red Birds I section In his special corner of Two male models are mem-
Church and took the Sacred It's strange but on occasions will play a new tune on Har- the page soon bers of the troupe scheduled to
Vows while Best Man Fernley like this the head of the monlcat Barra's Invincible men appear at Dade County Auditor-
R. Taylor and Tommy John- house takes the back seat of Yankee Town. ium Sunday evening, Oct. 18
son, bride giver, looked on and the co-star takes all Wows. Take note and lay your bets.[ For Best Results They will serve as escorts for
It was a big deal. Little did Especially so, when it's also It's the Cardinals three out of Try a Classified Ad 16 female models. Larry
we know t)tat the sea of matri one's birthday. four! Batchlar.

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Sales Representative THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.

I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1964 PAGE 3
Bacardi Imports Name



Gregg Hamm to Staff (Florida GOP Leader .,'r/r


appointed I.. Gregg-a -sales Hamm representative has been r .- Wants No Part of BarryAttorney I'1'

for Barcardl Imports, G. V. R '
Quinones, vice president and Isaiah W, "Ike"
general sales manager of the p" g Williams, of St. Petersburg, regional Christian Hospital (
nation's leading rum Importer vice president of the
said National Negro Republican Assembly Attending the annual national ''I
told the Florida State convention of the American -
:Mr Hamm, 50, had been Voters; League, Inc., that he Is Association of Medical Record -
been working exclusively on not Interested In Goklwater] and Librarians at the Deau-
Bacardi i for Miafiil t Crown and wants no part of him or his i vllle Hotel Miami Beach will
Palm Beach Crown distribut- running mate, William Miller. be Mrs. Irene B. Sheppard,
tors. He becomes one of 16 medical record librarian for
sales representatives who Speaking at the twentieth Christian Hospital.
work for Barcardl at the biennal workshop convention
whole sale level. He will report banquet at Hampton House, he She will attend this four day
l directly: to Mr. Quinones. said, "I am first an American, session approved by the Boardof
second a Negro and third a Republican Trustees and hospital administrator r
A former Staff Sergeant, he I never put my party as a result of her
has been In wholesale liquor above my race or my people employment inShis!: capacity
merchandising and promotionfor above any nation. Mr. Goldwater for the past three years.
the past eight years. Before does not speak:; the language of
that, he was manager of the mainstream of !the Repub- Mrs: Sheppard, a native
the Paradise Club, Danla. Hclan party, the party of Abe MiamIan and mother of four
Lincoln. I am for Lyndon flames daughter. snvs that she enjoys I
He attended Florida Memo- Johnson and Hubert Horatio working in the atmosphere at''
rial College and was graduated Humphrey, for President and Christian Hospital t 1 l located at w
from Wbrsham's College. that Is produced at Barcardl Vice President They are best 4700()( N. W. 32nd Ave. affords
Mr. Hamm Is married to the I her and the varied tasks
plants In Puerto Rico, Mexico, for all the people. many
former Parthenia H. Miller. that befall her as its medical
They have two children. Brazil, Spain and Nassau, Also presented at the banquet record librarian.::
11V.. I. In the same period, sponsored by !the Young Democrats
In 19G3-G1, Barcardl Imports Barcardi accounted for some of Dade County, of which
sold more than one million G5 percent of all rum shipped Dr Elmer A. Ward I Is general STATKMKNT: : OF OWNKltS1IIP -
cases of the century-old rum frulm Puerto Rico. chairman Elliott Rooseveltson MANARWIKNT: :
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M I-............. the were "Beauty Around The Clock,"
of late President, and
CIRCULATION required by
Miami Beauticians
sixHvsoied by -
National Democratic Committeeman
the Art of October 2.1 Unit No.7. October 11
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NNPA Launches Get Out Republican from Florida United ,States and former Sena- Section 4-MJ9, Title .W, United from 5 to 0 p.m nt Sir John
Beat will feature Fash-
tor H. Cain Knight
Harry of Miami, States Cod.:
I who also urged the workers to i Ion Model Agnes Frazier formerly -
support the election of President The Miami Times Is published of New York City, Mrs.
The Vote CampaignThe Johnson and Senator Hum- weekly at 6740 NW 15th Frazler has been one of the
Ave, Miami, Florida. Publisherand featured fashion models of
The Twentieth Biennial Workshop Editor of the Miami Time the Orange Blossom Cosmetologist -
National Newspaper to support the campaign with Convention of the League I is II }E. S. Reeves! 1421 NW Association for a num-
Publishers Association, repre- prominent news stories, edi- presided over bV the President GOth St., Miami, Fla. Managing ber of years.
senting the nation's leading torials and more direct activityon L B. Davis, Gainesville, heard Editor of the Miami Timesis
Negro newspapers, this week the part of the papers and Thomas }F. Fleming, Jr., Florida Garth C. Reeves. 0851 NW She is a graduate of the National -. 11
announced a nationwide "Get their staffs. state: chairman of the Johnson 13th Ave Miami, Fla Institute of Cosmetology
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Out the Vote" campaign' designed Already, the NNPA committee Presidential campaign; committee and was taught charm by
to run until the presi- found many of the NNPA In his keynote address emphasize The owner Is II E. S. Reeves, the National Charm Institute
dential election Nov. 3. members have given generous the }Importance of the 1121 NW 00th St, Miami, Fla. the well-known Perlta Bates. i
I coverage to local voter regis- "One Vote" to win.
She
In a statement Issured by i tration drives in their own The average number of cop- possesses poise, friendliness -
Frank L. Stanley, Sr., NNPA, communities. This has meant -- ies of each issue of this pub- nnd a sparkling personali
lication sol 1 d distributed ty. This Is an Important event,
or
president It was pointed l out the granting of office space os
that "full citizenship dictates well as the actual participationby BeauticiansOct. through the malls or otherwise, you can't afford to miss.
that American assume In to mall subscribers during tho
every editors and publishers
his role as a participant in the campaigns In leadership capa- '.. 26th jreceding 12 months was 0281 Beauty, a wlll-o-the-wlsp Illusion -
choice of the public officials cities. Garth C. Reeves can be captured for one
to run the government Island Cluboccccccccccooc enchanted evening. Just for ,\
Managing EdItoroccoocccccoaacc you. I I'CCCCOID
"Long has l/een the historyof
the struggle for the rightto ,
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editor-publisher vote," Stanley of, who the Is Louis-also I /y ey y For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call

ville Defender, said. We have ,.
seen men shot down on the ..V S
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streets as they moved to exercise i
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the basic right of suffrage ILI Ee4' 'r

We have seen, only recently I J BONDED tALJ
more than a dozen men z
pay with their lives In the ; p n
state, legally constituted citi- : ,
zens of that state. This alone h'.. : < is '
should motivate every eligibleman 1. H RENTAL
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and wtfmnn, Ho resolve } !
now to vote In the coming presidential r
election." "

The NNPA campaign has i -t
been<: launched under the As- ;= AGENCY INC. I
sociation's public affairs com- M ,
Howard II
mittee chairmaned by
B. Woods! executive editor of
the St. Louis Argus. It will I
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on consist the part of a of concerted member papers effort it i The largest collection and rental I


EngagedMr. agency in the South; operating in I

Neal Adams Gets
and Mrs. Lorenzo A.
Them Registered Smith oC.cst End, Grand Dade and' Broward Counties'HON.

Bahamas, announce the engagement -
Thomas F. Fleming, Jr., Fla. of their daughter Sheila L*. L. BROOK
State campaign chairman for the Paulette Smith to Mr. Arlington President
Lyndrn Balnes Johnson Presi- G. Butler, son of Mrs. I
dential campaign highly com- Lavina Butler of Nassau. GBOIIGU f. 1IARTII, General Manager

mend \ the activities of Neal Miss Smith Is a 19C3 graduateof MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
Brown Subdivision,
Adam+ 0 f Miami Northwestern and is
for hl= work In registering near- presently working as secretarywith 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
ly a thousand voters and transferrlnT 'i
another thousand dur- In the Freeport Development, G, B.Company Mr.- Bonded also has employment service at main office

ing the: recent drive In Dade Butler has recently returned 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA
County. obtained
from England where he -
Adams uses his "NEAL'S his B. S., D. L. C. from Nil time public r.latlon. Dept to assist you In solving jrstor problems '

MARKET," 4825 N. W. 27th Lou hhorulh College In Lough- Pins a fleet of caN Riving door to door service for tenants convf nlrnce "' f
and works bonigh, Lelcestershlne, Eng-
Ave.early, as and headqualers late to Induce every- land. On nights and Sundays for emergency service call PL 9.8733

one in his neighborhood to In September, Mr. Butler MAIN OFFICE
qualify as electors In support of will take up a post as math j
4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
the American tradition. and physical education Instructor PL 9.8733
at the Government High
Adams has pledged Mrs. Mollie School In Nassau.sooooooooooooooc. Vandalism done by a I few Is expensive to all. Please help as stop this j'

Brilliant director of Dlst. 6 ; nnnecesMry evil C. A. Lockhart Pabllc Relations Director 1

that he will get a number of 1',
women to work In her "Precinct NaJI-S a rglt'8 I Office Treatment HS3 N.W 3rd ATS. ...__... PR ...41t a Tau Homestead AT*. ,

Coffee Project", Oct. 26th. At 1675 N.W. 62nd Bt. ..._N_ OX S-S447 Perrln ..........................._...... CB! 3lU: I
RUPTURE PILESRectal .,
least twenty women In each pre- not Grand AT*. _..__ HI .-... 1019 Ifammondvllle Rd. .1

cinct will congregate at the Plurals' Varicose Veins, Pompano M.........__.._...... WTB14SU 3-311i t ".
I Prostate No lost time Tt40 N.W. tfJth Ave. ...--.. NBS-S4M .
home of a precinct hostess at Dlftrnrd Truss Upon Correction N.W. &nd A.e. I.

9:30 a. m., to recleve a kit with Rupture low cost. MM N.W. TMfe Be. 00_'''_ .. r. Opa-locka ..._._................ MU S-MiT

materials to be distributed to DR. LONG'-- CLINIC 11 CONVKNIBNT; LOCATIONS 'TO SERVE YOU I

other people in their precinctsto IMS BW 1st 8t. Fit 3-274S 000 .N. W. 3rd X .. .. WR.a
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very man regardless or race, creed or color his human and .1 '
legal rights. Hating no man. fearing/ no man-the Negro Preotrlve t' <'".
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the coming election every Negro on the registra- The Building Manager of the .,, ._. ') 't ;'.
tion list should endeavor to cast his vote.: If he has been new Federal Office Building, ,It#,0" ;::2, Of I'r"t,

keeping up with doings and sayings of Republican and Mosby.51 S\V Mosby 1st Ave is, is a native Nathaniel of \ !tI':: : ''t. .

Decocratic candidates, and ,the record of Lyndon John- Middletown, Ohio.'lIe was educated '"ttj ft"t' ,
,son vs. that of his opponent Senator 'Barry Goldwater, in the public schools of I 'C'j.'Jif .

'then it should. be an easy matter to make a choice.If Mldletown Middleown! High.and graduated from I '+ : ., .

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you agree with this writer, that choice should be Mosby received his A. B. degree ,. ,'- .H" '
President Johnson and Senator Hubert Humphrey. This from Morehouse College- <-- .-- ___."......._; 1! _.__n'.____.J.n....__ _: _:.:-_:_Jtft_:. ___

ticket offers the nation continuation of a peaceful but where he majored in Mathe- During the awards program Alexander and Miss Shirley
stern foreign relations policy 'and' a progressive non- administration.matics and minored in business sponsored Uy the Hialeah Recreation Harris. Mrs. Mary Lou Adams,
Department and Mt.
instructor, presented the trophies -
discriminatory guide for the next four years. At Morehouse Zion Baptist Church of Hialeah .
College, he
Taking the reins of the was active in many organiza- trophies were awarded' Miss Alexander and Harris -
over government following for prize winning wardrobes
the
tions spent: summer making
assassination of beloved late John F. Ken- and was also) News Edi made by adults
our president, toof the student publication young during garments for their school
nedy, President Johnson has worn the mantle placed "The Maroon Tiger" and assoc-, the summer quarter in the wardrobe In classes at Miami
Adult Home
upon his shoulders with dignity .and efficiency. His record iate edlttor: of the year book, Economic classesof Northwestern, James E. Scott
County Public School, Cottage, Hialeah Recreation
"The
for the past(ten months is one of which' he can be Alpha Torch.Phi He Alpha is a memberof Center, and James Weldon

justly proud. and a 32nd degree Mason.fraternity Pictured! ((1-r) receiving tro- Johnson Elementary School -
phies are: Miss Clementine Avalon photo.
Senator Gold.water's voting record in the Senate on Mr Mosby served as an officer -

Civil Rights, Medicare', the nuclear test ban treaty, for- I during in the the Korean Armed Forces II i --.1

eign policy and other important issues, plus his welcometo with the 45th Infantry conflict DIvisIon -

,the KKK, the John Birchers and other such organiza- in Korea. Prior to Joining a I.jjcTflT Need A
tions, are statements voters will not easily eradicate from General Services Administration ,

their minds on election day. I was Claims in May Manager 10G3, Mr.for Mosby the \, ___IIci1 4 4f 4k

Southeastern Fidelity Fire; Insurance
We cannot separate his running mate, Rep. William Co. in Atlan:a. ''Ga.Mr. f Car
Miller from him. Birds of the same feather :flock together. -
Mosby has
Mr. Miller has been trying to castigate the Democratic residence requirements completed for the

nominees; we suppose he believes in the adage, MHA from Atlanta University, No down

everything or anything is fair in a campaign. School, of Business Administration ; Payment

However, on November 3, the day of reckoning, Mosby Is married to a Flo- on some

this writer predicts the nation will choose that experienced rldlan, the former Gwendolyn up to 1960

leader, Lyndon B. Johnson and his running mate, Mlzell of Danla and Ft. Lauderdale a Mr. Charles Flowers is

Senator Hubert Humphrey, to continue to guide this of.Spelman Mrs. Mosby College is a with graduate an agent for
an
nation through these troublesome times. AB and she has done further 4
study towards her masters a't
The following are some of the state newspapers in Atlanta University.The ManorMotors

the long list endorsing President Lyndon Johnson: have ,
Mosbys
five children
Clearwater Sun, St., Petersburg' Times, Orlando Sentinel, and at present are residing --
Daytona Beach News, The Miami' News and the Sanford at 20811 NW! 30th Ave. i I w
Herald. "'
Mosby was one of the first Call him anytime at

The Miami Times is pleased to be among the many Negroes vices Administration hired by General in Region Ser- 445-2405 or 448-4009

newspapers endorsing President Johnson and Senator IV In Its program for building ,
Humphrey. manager. He trained in the Day or NightTHERESA -
regional office, Atlanta from
May, 1963 to July, 1004 when
NO BAIL BONDS he was named building manager -
of the Federal Office Bldg.

That's about right. Neil B, Miller Is the buildIngs -
manager for the Miami I FLORIST"Sincq
Dade County judges and other law enforcement of- group which consists of a :
ficials are 'now considering a No-Bail-Bond plan. number of leased locations and
Government
owned buildings 1949"

At a meeting on Wednesday, called by Public De- operated Administration by the General Services 'j \UW MILES AWAY FROM HIGH

fender Robert Koeppel, Roger Baron, field representative Florida. in South PRICES

from New York explained how well the Bail-Bond
Charles M. Specializing In artistic
Leigh Is his arrangement
System worked in Manhattan where, of 3,500 defendants assistant. Mosby works very for all occasions
released without bond prior to trial, only 38 failed. } to closely with .Sillier and Leigh
in the LOWEST PRICES COMPARE OUR VALUE
show up on their court dates. operation and mainten-
ance of the Uuildlng.Announcement. 5260 NW 32nd Avenue Phone 6341087 !
The new system provides for defendants to be interviewed -

in jail followed by a judge's determination

whether they qualify for no-bond releases. All members of the Coconut
Grove Progressive Club will
Judge Williams is ready to go ahead with the planon meet at Bain's Funeral home Vc
an experimental basis. Tuesday 8 p.m. for a general ,
meeting. Thank you. Charles

Sheriff Buchanan thought the plan should apply to selod.Flowers, public relations coun-

indigents only "the poor souls who silt over there, and
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rot In jail. Freedom without bond for those who could -

afford bond would be socialistic," said the sheriff. I REDUCE

Ye Editor agrees with Judge Williams in giving the Lose up to 6 pound srkicuT

plan a. trial. In any case nothing beats a trial but a failure I I weekly

and if the plan fails, there can be little certainty of Dr. Lana-

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1 Broker Honored By Metro Now try the boat (i i

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.\)<- ( Untied, Nelson Adams, all the wonderful people] who a Talk on Population 6010 NW 22nd Ave. .
JacoU Cohen and Alice Hawkins give freely of their time and + N NE 3-9316 ,1)
were among the local folk talents for worthy causes Explosion Sunday Owned and operated by '
attending' ; !the Florida Council without any thought of compensation .. Mrs. II Franklin Williamspiesidcnt James and Nenllo l
on Elementary Education in other !than the warm of Planned Parent- \
Winter Park last weekend. feeling !it brings to them within \ hood Association of Dade Coun- N14
CITIARMNING: Chormctte that 'they' have helped .+, ty announced today that Russell -
Marguaree Ralford, Arleen :somebody ]less fortunate than t, ,] Richardson will !be principal -
Williams, Barbara Rogers ana they. a speaker at the meeting
Bet aice Green joined representatives ('()X It'l'S TO tUe,"so young q. scheduled for OctoUer 10. Mu
from sister chaptersof young ladies who have won Richardson, who is Southeastern -
Broward, St Lucie and Palm jobs as salesgirls at down- Regional Director, has his Clyde Killens'Island
Beach counties in the city of town Burdlnes: Lois' Manns in : homcbase in Atlanta
West Palm Beach on last Saturday notions; Sandra Sands (in hand- ,,, Says firs Williams, "Mr.
for an executive board bags and( Cora Smith !in men's ?,. Richardson will talk to us at Club
meeting. Plans were completed furnishings.lIHATllirit, length on Population Explo-
for the general meeting to ., M1LLKK had to sion and Taxes We hope that
be held in West Palm Beach leave her job at Lily C. Evans c? all those interested in eitheror
during November.OX school for a stay in Aft Sinai both subjects will loin us 1000 NW 2nd Ave.
(){'TOnl lt 5, Gaylo De- She's doing better now. and welcome our speaker, an
nise, daughter of Stanley and 1"'T. LArDKKDALlt'N: Young i.. authority of distinction." TWO NITES ONLY
Inez Sweeting, celebrated her Men Progressive Club will ,present k Mr, Richardson, ACSW, was
10th birthday! by !being hostessto : their auxiliary to the executive director of the Columbus Sat. Sun. Oct. 10-11
] Ohio Planned Parent- ,
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her friends
a number of public Sunday from 6 to 9 at t
CHKIIHYANA :MILKS is the >Elks:] Rest. Music will be Mrs, Ora D. Taylor, the hood Association Uoforc taknlg
up his present post in Atlanta THE BIGSHOW
sky bluo 65 Mus- 'urnished by an integrated
sporting a daughter of pioneers, Rev., andh's..J whore he now directs the
!tang. Nice things. group of teacher-musicians M Trammell and widowof
....BARTOW DUHART and his called the Soul Brothers. the late lieu E. 10. Taylor, Southern World Region Population.Planned Parenthood -

wife, Marva (Pieze) are cudd- DHS. Joseph Poltier> nnd also well known as a church, The meeting in the private OTISREDDING
ling 'their first bundle of Joy, Samuel Johnson of the Econo-: civic and a 'progressive educator dining room of Toby's Cafeteria I -
a girl ny Drug/ have bought the A1t and lastly, registered at 09 SW 12th Ave, will
KSTINK KKM1: of Nnsunu! t Itert Drug Store at 5720 NW teal estate broker with officeat start at 7:30: p.m., the boadd
enjoyed her stay in :Miami 17th Ave. 4208 NW 7th Ave., has been meeting following at 9 p.m.
recently, Estlne was the houseguest SO/ MANY: ]oplo' ore doing highly honored Ina recent I This meeting is open
of Mae Monroe. t good job in voter registration\ meeting I by Dade: County Metro
THK PTA of tit )(UJth'h 'but what about VOTED EDU- politan CommsUion to be appointed .
Catholic School (Coconut CATION? Shirley] Lewis of the to Metro: Library Advisory joined the Ohio ShakespeareFstival }
Grove) is sponsoring a Fashion I Ha. Council of Human Relations ] : Board ,
Review and Luncheon on is very interested. Cull. Mrs. Then !in 19G7' Dir Lowery
Taylor, known.
widely<
October 21 at ,Che Coconu ler if you have any Ideas and) loved! by her former students took his talent for singing and Hit Record
Grover Playhouse. There is a FRMRS. 15. conies highly went to the Kansas City Starlight -
donation of $3.75. LKK GAHIi: of ;:162M( to fill?; the Job exceptionally prepared Theatre where he played
GET \\'.:1..1.. wishes to Jm I Thomas:; Ave., Coral Gables] left] welh ten musicals before going to 7r
1). Lewis in Miami General by plane Ode 2 for Birmingham New York City. There he UK I
Hospital; Samantha Edwards, : Ala] where she will attend reeled and coached: ) players at I
bedded at Mt. Sinai and Mary ) the christening o f hr! "Glass the Actor Center Workshop. '
McCoy who is probably at ,great: grand (daughter) > Rache] Menagerie"To
home now.ALIiKIlT. Lynn Johnson Sunday. Baby Open UM Ring In IDfio he completed his
umlcgraduMe() ; work at San
Johnson is the
IHTJIAUT Jr. inn daughter
oMr.
l Francisco! State while -
wife, the fodmer BarUara Var- and :Mrs. Gaines Johnson. Theatre slnglngin
the
West Coast clim
nadore were in the city last lU s. Johnson I Is the former night
l Tennessee: Williams': "Glass: circuit! He lecelvcd a mailer:
week for two week visit. They I Battle Ruth Garie BcthuneR. :
Menagerie" will
open produc of Fine Arts from the
degree
were the houseguests of h e i N. We hope Mrs. Garle wil! tlons for the new 'ne
season at Art ]rltute: of Chicago In r 'kr
grandmother and his parents have a wonderful) time. tho University| of Miami's 1002.( ;
Mrs Mary Brooks and Md. and AH OUll ('I.\'nS roMim Hlns Theatre under the (direc Ri y M'.
Mrs. Albert Duhart, all of OpaOUIl winter schedule many of you tion of Robert Lowery. Open) Robert\ t Lowery has been at ,,
"" DKEW58T ynipath families might find the Individual ing night is October 18. the University of Miami ever ,
':' is extended to the families 01 In this poem very familiar since as a member of tho "Security".t
, Allen Carter, Paul Wyche, Val : Hobert Lowery began: h 1 a faculty and director at tho a ,
Robinson and Rosa Lee Sands theatrical t 1 career: as a hand (fling. Last season his directIon
in the loss of their loved ones Our Mom, The (''liilnvoninnWhen singer SJnoo then he has directed of "The Hostage" made .. ,
locks The younger Duharts Mom was made the I acted, and taught drama I that play a memorable "hit".
are 7 months newlyweds from Of the Woman's Club committee : ranging from Shakespeare This: past summer he was associate ,
Jamaica, Long ]Island, N.Y. chairmanWe to contemporary musicals. !! director! for the Southern y r a
told her we were Shakespeare: Repertory
very
TKLL THAT Cor- '
HKAIl In IDflo) he ?,,
witha proud was with the mill- Theatre at the university,
is at home
neichus broken Wells ankle. Here's to a Bin t thought It was a 'pity }tuy! 'In Europe Meeting andSerwlcc ,
I Curtain time Is 8lf
That in for the : p.m.
one so: wrapped family Special
fie flop
knit Cornelchus!! ,
speedy life WJif-n ho re Tickets art available at t n cIting / M '
(THIS IS 1 National Fire Prevention Took on this extra chore turned to the U. S, in 1052 he box office or by calling
Week. Accidents cause We thought she'd try it for enrolled at the Goodman 001-2511, ext. 2787 Prices arc
more deaths among children! awhile School of Drama in Chicago.. $l.fi0 weekday nights, and $2.00on ,
between 1 and 14 years than Then find t was a bore After three years 'there, heW weekends.I ,. i
the four ]leading diseases com '
binc(!. Half of; these accidents Ye gads!! we very soon found o! CdTA A .7 tA'A-_-I---- -'. -'--!'!cvA-- el""Q1" '

in -the home where out '
occur -'t ;"..1l ',
That Mom was not a shirker .. ,.1. :
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"Cause the leading For cause Concernit is FIRE! She regulated delegated, I HELD OVERSIR '
TJecaane a tireless worker. l ;
should be. Practice the ABC'sof
Fire Prevention Always She'd call the Mayor on the JOHN HOTEL (j t r "f. f I

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Be Careful. even / to '
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.She called him "Joe") ':...t
IIV Tn.In' National Our placid Mom, so cool, so .. "
Newspaper \\\-ek logins Sun- ,4f'i
calm, i :,
day maybe my boss will give Was now a dynamo! KNIGHT BEAT ... -.IIo-._ ,' I
me n day off or a bonus or "The girls are mcotlng here to-
such. to celebrate
some Anyway n'r"hDon't' Popular Recordings

buy another Miami Times and mail It to a friend. "
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IF YOU HAVEN'T madr \Ve turned to heat what we THIS WEEKEND My
the 1 New York World's Fair- would Needs"
eat
better hurry. Only a few days Oh no!! hot dogs and beans! 8 Oct. 9-10-11 (Fri., Sat., Sun:)
left to see the spectaclar this She'd l call and say "I shall be PLUS
year, Gates close on October late 1< P THE WONDERFUL j

18. I'm'orkln on some winners ROY NINES
THK LIVINGSTON ADDHIt- But don't you fret, tonight
LYS have returned from an. you'll get LAVERNEB
extended vacation in t h e delicious TV dinners." ? Hit Record

windy city, Chicago. Then finally the chore was "Come on Home" '
OUR IUll.TllnAY'Ish,... for done
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the week are extended to And Mom was duly lauded A K E R |
" Janie Reeves 7th; Mattie Ash- ler efforts spent for this event PLUSGloria
The Woman's Club]
ford 10th; Cleomle Bloomfleld applauded. Setvenson
:.;\ and Margaret Cruz 11th; Kyle And we at home breathed sighs 9K ,
Johnson 13th; Marian Shannonand of Joy G SOLD 3 MILLION RECORDS Teenage Matinee 3.6 p.m. t

Lacey Dravton 1 Hh; Helen That Mom was ours once more "I Cried a Tear," "Tweedle Dee" "Jim Dandy" t gJ : Adult Matinee 2-9 p.m.
Dames 15th; Cathy Coachman, Delightful smells of pies and PLUS ff For reservations call
jells
Bernadette Pennington and
Rosa Hutchinson 15th; Ker- Cow met us at the door. ? 2 BIG BANDS J FR 3-3488

nell) Dames 17th; Helen R. Du- Mom washed and sewed, she 8 Frank DuBoise Freddie Scott's ALSO
AM
hart 18th and to Errol Mizell Again we had our old routine .
16th. Our dinners were delicious : Chicken Scraicher Cousin w LATIONGOExotic

LIFE :MAGAZINE for OotdUer raked and mowed oJ THE SIR JOHN DANCERS Dancer &: Comedian ,
Our home was most auspicious
Oth has a feature settle
on fashions called "A Dazzling But lo!! Mom's fame as chaIrman Benny LattimoreAnd
Flair From Spiln" bringsto Q PLUS His Band
our mind the show being fn the club made quite a dent. And The }/+
sponsored by AKA's of our Again: we're rooked our gooso CHICKIE HORNE
city on Sunday, Oct 18 is cooked! : Island Club Dancers" 4 '

"Ebony Fashion Fair With a Mom's next year's president! Advance Now Every. Thurs Original
Spanish Flair' Secure tickets Q .
now from any member of the Composed by 1f rs. Herbert Tickets $1.75 Dancing starts. at (h3O Ladle NIte

sorority to insure getting a seat. W. Gardner, Federated Woman's !) Door. $2.25 Continuous 'til 4-30 am. t: Every Tues. Amateur Nilerla
THIS IS National Volunteer Club 01..08 Angeles

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Collegian Club THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
Urban League AppointsNew
Holds ElectionOne SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1964 PAGE 7 ,
of Miami's oldest active
Associate Director social and civic :organizations
mt't In Its second regular meet- openen the meeting ,to fl rst William, ; Stirrup,
Ing for the fiscal year last' dispense with preliminaries, treasurer; Wilbur Ellison, bus II'r
\ Recently employed by the ,r h ta Wednesday' night then ,turned the meeting over mgr; Albert Dean, chaplain; "; J
f to Wilbur Ellison, who held the r
Greater Miami Urban League Charles Wyche, parliamentarian ,
The Collegians' Club, Inc., a 10GW55) election. Sixteen mem- r
r to fill the vacant staff positionof Yr. 20-member body of collegiate bers ; Stanley Sweeting, reporter. t.JI
we represent Collegian
Associate Director of Voca- men, organized In 1933, assembled The meeting adjourned to.
.J In the medical l dental offices Simmer Hutcheson wrote ha ,
. tional Services Is Mr Frank meet In t regular session Oct, 7,
of Collegians Drs. James letter of resignation; 'the letterof
Cowan, Jr. Mr. Cowan Is a native and Clarence Hogan, RIO NW severance was accepted. too): pm nt 'the home of (
Floridian and comes t o I Ji'd Ae., on Sept 23, where Charles Johnson; 3100 N. W.
I'E Miami from Palatka Florida, election cF| officers for the ensuing Newly-elected officers are: iUth St, Brownsville, when Installation
\ where he received his elemen- year was foremost on Roderlc Silva, pret.; Dr Clarence ceremonies will b e
tary and high school training. I the club's agenda' The club's Hogan, vice pres. Carl! held
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.. He is a. graduate of FloridaA first meeting was held at the i
A and M University. While enrolled home of Dr .lames Hogan.;
at 'the University, his ..I. President Carl 1 William*
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nlyn :' major course of study was _.
,; sociology with a minor In political r
t science and a number or*.
1\\ of concentrated courses In E9OtYFASHION
,psychology. Mr. Cowan was af-
t I filated with numerous campus Broward .
organizations and received the
f 13. A. degree In June, 1963. County ,

t In September of lOC he ma-
triculated a t Atlanta Univer- Newsy
sity and commenced graduate PRESENTED BY Qy V
studies In sociology.. During League is a professional work Gamma Zeta Omega
his enrollment at A. U., Mr. organization that gives full- )' Chapter
Cowan was awarded the Wal- | time attention to the economicand t
ter White Fellowship (givento social welfare of the Wnlfer t, Howe ALPHA KAPPA ALPHSORORITY
the outstanding student In Negro cOll111unity.Musical ,
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sociology whose Interests are I r:: :- --
race relations) and a tuition
scholarship.As I The Beauticians Unit No. 30will BENEFIT OFSCHOLARSHIP
Program at hold their Anniversary FUND
the Associate Director of Program Sunday Oct. 11, at
Vocational Services, Mr. Cowanis New Macedonia Baptist ChurchIn
charged with the responsibilities New Hope W. Hollywood at 3 p. m. Dade County
associated with the administration Come one, come all Auditorium
o f Job Development There will be a Musical Pro-
and Employment a n jd gram on Sunday, Oct. 11 at Lewis Latson of Orlando Air MIAMI, FLORIDA
Education and youth Incentives New Hope Baptist Church Force Base were married Sunday -
The former Is concerned I sponsored by the Junior Department Sept. 27 at Ward ChapelIn SUNDAY, OCT. 18, .
with elevating the economic featuring j u n i 0 r Hallandale, ria Mrs. Thel- 1964
status of the Negro by securing choirs from the following ma Latson and the other son
better and more competent Job churches: Mt. Calvary, New I were present at the son's wed- 6:00 .P. M.Oneyear .
positions for the Negro Inhabitants Shiloh) Corinth, New Providence ding at CHra, Fla, Just out of
of Miami-Dade County Jordon Grove St. Luke, Orlando. The wedding reception Subscriptionto
community. The latter pro- Zion Hope, New Macedonia, was at the home of the Ebony or 6 Months
motes and initiates programs Friendship. The No. 1 and 2 bride's mother, Mrs. Margaret Subscription to I
designed to give Negro school choirs of New Hope Baptist Grant The bride and groom
students the additional incen- Church will also be present. left for Orlando after the reception Jet _______$2.50 L
tives necessary for motivating Donation __ 2.50 p
their There will be a Hay Tilde
interests
the opportunities to explore amj) fully the- Oct. 17. The bus will leave New TotalHOW _____$5.00
need for furthering their edu- Hope Baptist Church at 7 p.m. The South reward Post No.
cation and or obtaining em- Refreshments arc free. This 8195 Veterans of Foreign Warsis
ployment in the highly skilled, Hay Ride Is sponsored by the planning a pnMIallowe'en
positions of the employmentforce. Junior Department in behalf Dance Oct. 30.

of Woman's Day. 7IwwrrYyrw rwy --rr ._._. .. __w. ...... ..._rrrwr.rYYYr_____ __

Mr. Cowan Is married and
9 the father of two :'Joys He )
looks forward to a successful The 'Times' Goes to
and prosperous tenure with DO YOU
- the Agency in extending ser-
vices to the Miami community
College 9 mos. $3.50
)K The Greater Miami Urban

- PAY YOUR BILLS?

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APPAREL FOR SALE

H By going to each store and paying in cash? Or by going out, buying a

"Champagne taste, beer pocket?" Come to Grace's money order, and mailing it? Here's a much handier way, called a

J where you'll find i like-new exclusive dresses,

suits, skirts, blouses, shoes t i all original. $1 to $5
Mink, fox and other stoles and fur jackets $5 to $10.
Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen I SPECIAL CHECKING ACCOUNTIt J

dresses $1. Men's pure Italian silk suits. $3 and $5. ;

Blue serge suit $5. Sports jackets $2. Pants, shoes

$1. Skirts SOc. Also linens, drapes, bedspreads and I

other household items. New suits $10, pants 2 for Works Like This: --- --M

$7, evening dresses $2. We cater to the elite. Grace 1. Come to the Lincoln National Bank, deposit what. ,,

GRACE'S THRIFT SHOP ever amount you want, and get a book of checks
(just 10* each-25 for $2.50)). ,
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Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 2. Whenever you want to pay a bill, lust write a
check for it, in your own home or wherever you n
happen to be. No need to carry a lot of cash
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I'm Hcftiile Jtlehbury.statement .
the checks you write. Each month you get a
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your your Come In mid ask for me. I
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Enjoy living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments small charge for all this service Is lust SOt per I'll IIP Kind to firlp, you .
Offering Many Features month. When you need more checks, simply pick '\
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Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Store A bank checking account it a useful re'erence-ond everyone can afford one

Newly Painted Venetian Blinds this easy, Inexpensive way.

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I Urban League AppointsNew Collegian Club THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

Holds ElectionOne SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1964 PAGE 7
of Miami's oldest active
Associate Director social and civic organizations
mi-t in Its second regular meet- openeo the meeting; to fl rst Williams, sec'y; William Stirrup,
\ Ing for the fiscal year I last' dispense with preliminaries, treasurer; Wilbur Ellison bus. I I
Recently employed by the r' ., Wednesday night then .turned the meeting over mgr.; Albert Dean, chaplain; ;
Greater Miami Urban Leagueto to Wilbur Ellison, who held the Charles ,J"
The Collegians Club, Inc. a Wyche, parliamentarian -
I 10GM55) election. Sixteen
t' members
fill the vacant staff position ., 20-member body of collegiate ; Stanley Sweeting, reporter.
'
of Associate Director of Voca- 7 i tIL p men) organized In 1033, assem- were present Collegian The meeting adjourned to I
f bled in the medical l dental offices Sumner Hutcheson wrote in a H
tional Services is Mr. Frank meet in regular session Oct, 7,
of Collegians Drs. James letter of 'the letter
resignation
Cowan, Jr. Mr. Cowan is a native It'T.t a1 and Clarence Hogan, 810 NW. of severance was accepted.; 000: pm. at 'the home of
Floridian and comes t o I 3rd Ave., on Sept, 23, where Charles Johnson, 3100 N. W.
Miami from Palatka, Florida, election cf| officers for the ensuing Newly-elected officers are: lath St., Brownsville, when Installation -
!
where he received his elemen-
year was foremost on Roderlc Silva, Dr. Clarence
pret.; -
ceremonies will b
and school e
tary high training.He i the club's agenda The club'sfirst
Hogan, vice pres.; Carl! held
is a. graduate of FloridaA A meeting was held at the i
and M University. While enrolled home of Dr .lames no an.
at 'the University, his ,i \' President Carl I 1VilliamE
IJ major course of study was 1 4' \
, sociology with a minor in political ; k TIlE
science and a number Y
of concentrated courses in tIR
psychology. Mr. Cowan was af-
fllated with numerous campus Broward '
organizations and received the M + ,
13. A. degree in June, 1963. \ County 1

In September of 1963 he matriculated -
a t Atlanta Univer- Newsy .
sity and commenced graduate PRESENTED BY ?
studies in sociology. During! League Is a professional work Gamma Zeta
his enrollment at A. U., Mr. organization that gives full- y Omega ,i ;
Cowan was awarded the Wal-I time attention to the economic Chapter
ter White Fellowship (given and social welfare of the Walter. Howe ALPHA KAPPA AIPHSORORITY
to the outstanding student in Negro com!) sociology whose interests are I I -
race relations) and a !tuition ---
scholarship.As I I The Beauticians Unit No. 3G BENEFIT OFSCHOLARSHIP
Musical Program at will hold their Anniversary FUND
the Associate Director of I Program Sunday Oct. 11, at
Vocational Services Mr. Cowan New Macedonia Baptist Churchin
is charged with the New Hope Dade
responsibilities W Hollywood at 3 p. m. CountyAuditorium
associated with the administration 'Come one, come all
o f Job Develop.. There will be a Musical Program -
ment and Employment a n //d ( on Sunday, Oct. 11 at Ls Latson of Orlando Air MIAMI, FLORIDA
Education and Youth Incen- New Hope Baptist Church Force Base were married Sun-
tives. The former is concerned sponsored by the Junior De- day Sept. 27 at Ward Chapelin SUNDAY, OCT. 18, .'
with elevating the economic partment featuring j u n lor Hallandale, Fla Mrs. Thel- 1964
status of the Negro by securing choirs from the following ma Latson and the other son
better and more competent Job churches: Mt. Calvary, New were present at the son's wed- 4:00 P. M.
l positions for the Negro Inha Shiloh, Corinth, New Provi- ding at Cltra, Fla., just out of
bitants of Miami-Dade County dence, Jordon Grove, St. Luke, Orlando. The wedding recep- One-year Subscriptionto
community. The latter pro- Zion Hope, New Macedonia, ition was at the home of the Ebony or 6 Months
motes and Initiates programs Friendship. The No. 1 and 2 bride's mother, Mrs. Margaret
designed to give Negro school I choirs of New Hope Baptist Grant The bride and groom Subscription to j
students the additional Incen- Church will also be present. left for Orlando after the reception Jet _______$2.50 L
tives necessary for motivating Donation __ 2.50
There will Hide [ }
be
their interests to explore, ful- a Hay
ly, 'the opportunities and the Oct. 17. The lAis will leave New Total$5.00
need for furthering their edu- Hope Baptist Church at 7 p.m. The South Broward Post No.
cation and or obtaining em- Refreshments are free. This 8105 Veterans of Foreign< Wars
ployment in the highly skilled, Hay Ride is sponsored by the Is planning a pre-Hallowe'en
positions of the employment Junior Department in behalfof Dance Oct. 30.

force. Woman's Day. 1.. .IIJr.lr.1f:1f:1rmrlt': : : ._____ ........_ .,.,.......... __ ....r..n__ ______ __ ____ ... ...- --
Mr. Cowan is married a n d
the father of two !Hoys. He
looks forward to a successfuland The 'Times' Goes to
prosperous tenure with HOW DO YOU
the Agency in extending services
to the Miami community.
9
College $3.50
mos.
The Greater Miami Urban

PAY YOUR BILLS?

I

APPAREL FOR SALE

By going to each store and paying in cash? Or by going out, buying a

"Champagne taste, beer pocket?" Come to Grace's money order, and mailing it? Here's a much handier way, called a

where you'll find i like-new exclusive dresses, ,

suits, skirts, blouses, shoes t-- all original. $1 to $5
Mink, fox and other stoles and fur jackets $5 to $10.
Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen I SPECIAL CHECKING ACCOUNT j J SIt

dresses $1. Men's pure Italian silk: suits. $3 and $5.

Blue serge suits $5. Sports jackets $2. Pants, shoes
$1. Skirts 50c. Also linens, drapes, bedspreads and ,

other household items. New suits $10, pants 2 for Works Liko This: -- -
$7 evening dresses $2. We cater to the elite. Grace ; ,
1. Come to the Lincoln National Dank, deposit whatever flit I
GRACE'S THRIFT SHOP amount you want, and get a book of checks I
(fust 10 each-25 for $2.50)). !
r, tip; r
2512 NE 2nd Ave. FR 1-8372

Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 2. Whenever you want to pay a bill, [lust write a
check for it, In your own home or wherever you ;

__ __ ___ 1 __ ___ __ happen to be. No need to carry a lot of cash .
around, or to go out and buy a money order for 4
each bill. ;;- ,
Lincoln Fields Apartments

3. You don't have to keep any certain amount In the ,l fl llll ,.l.1\

2045 N.W. 2nd Street bank-just whatever you want, in order to cover
the checks you write. Each month you get a I'm 1I'e, Jtictiburg.
statement of account, together with I
your your
Come 'In and auk for me.
cancelled checks which serve as The
receipts.
in Our Cool Clean Apartments
Enjoy Living small charge for all this service is {lust 50<
Many Features per I'll) lie Kl.ul l to help you
Offering
month. When you need more checks, simply pick
FREE GAS FREE CITY WATER up another book like you did the first time. open your account.


Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove A bank checking account is a useful reference- -and everyone can afford one

Newly Painted Venetian Blinds this easy, Inexpensive way

Washing Machine. Laundry Room

Free Parking Auto hot water reater
Fere Garbage Disposal I LINCOLN NATIONAL BANKOF I


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THE MIAMI TI[ MIAMI, FLA. Golden I


PAGE 8 SATURD.,oL OCTOBER 10, 1964 Tea Maids in Miami average $35 per week


Medical Librarians to The Club sociation Senior of the Nightingale graduates earn $60-$80 wk.

I Nations

Meet at Miami Beach;<; An 22 Community from 4 Nightingale ladies are specialists in the


al program of the sick and convalescent. No
During the week of Oct. 11- standing along with respect. for the care
15 medical record librarians The librarian, given an active cordially
from across the nation will role in hospital affairs, together freshments more drudgery but' interesting andhelpful
(gather to take a long, search- with the necessary display Keep up
ing look Into the future of a of confidence on the pant of let's all work.
vital aspect of hospital administration the physicians, will live up to observance
; the role of automatIon Increasing challenges.SAN There
in medical care and research ling what
U. N.

The occasion will be the a film NIGHTINGALE
toms of
lOOt annual meeting of the early to l
Association of Medical -
American
be held at ,, ?< event. COLLEGE
Librarians, to Watch
the Hotel Deauvllle, Miami !the '
Beach.- At that time outstanding ,)' other
specialists from universities 4 gaw Prior very to

private, public: and health tax supported agencies hos-and bers of the 111 So. Miami venue,/ 377-0294
who
pitals will be on hand to dis- were
of
of the problems that
cuss some
> have
Ata
are revolved around medical bration.a
records in regards to good patient -


The care.medical record librarian E.' .. Sy Alphas Central Life Insurance
must be attuned to various !;p CompanyFrom
techniques for assessment of Miami
quality for a broad view of regular
medical care. The librarian ANTONIO, Tex. Air- the
through record review Is able man Ernest E. Mills]] son of Roosevelt
to show "how medicine is prac- Theodore U. Mills of 4508 NW Associaton
ticed in a hospital.Just 31st Ave, Miami Fla., has com- Oct. 10 at
what is a medical 11The pleted -lAir' Force basic military be the
1.ar 1(...*n? training at Lackland AFB, fraternity
medical record librarianIs Tex. cation in
responsible for the custody I Airman Mills Is being assigned Tho room I
classification and retrieval of to a Strategic Air Command rear of the I
records. Carrying out these (SAC) unit at Grifflss AFB, NW 7th Ave.President
two major responsibilities calls N.Y., for training and duty as
for a very high type of cooperation an air policeman. His unit sup- urging all
between the medical ports the SAC mission of keeping nancial or
record librarian and the phy- the nation's intercontinental dance. The
sician, as shown by the differ- missiles and jet bombers on. gram
ent projects carried out In individual constant alert. cnarge of
hospital.A the meeting
The airman, a graduate of a kind of diapers to diplomas
good relationship betweenthe i Northwestern Senior High plete some Your children look to for and education
the medical School attended you support
physician and Johnson C. The
record librarian is based upon Smith University at Charlotte, cerned that Here is where' LIFE INSURANCE can give you the
mutual tolerance and under- N.C. Informed of help you need.

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When Government High killed September 17, when she Carl S. to fit your particular needs up to the amount'
School opened In September It was hit by a car on Dorsett St. member of of $50,000.
had as principal the first Bahamian She was the second Traffic fatality in business WHOLE LIFE ENDOWMENT EDUCATIONAL
Last
to hold' that post. Cecil in New Providence within MORTGAGE REDEMPTION TERM RETIREMENT
unique in
Bethel Is the man. a week. Mrs. Marlon Bailey, : ;
Mr. Bethel Is the son of the 67, died at Princess Margaret he: location HOSPITALIZATION HEALTH
filled]] walls]]
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History and CO.
rington College, Barbados and key Street.L. that of
studied at the Univer- one
Spanish OF FLORIDA
the Miami
O. Pindling, attorney for
sity of Havana and In Spain,
lIe has long been a faculty the Taxi Cab Union, was ordered to Frederick : UTilE FRIENDLY COMPANY':
the
member of GHS. A testimonial arrested recently along with HOME OFFICE TAMPA FLORIDA
30 members of the absence.
dinner honoring him was givenat union at
the Shera'lon-Brltish': Colonial Free Port, Grand Bahama, for Ford Jr., BRANCH OFFICES STATEWDE
Hotel on Sept. 26. picketing In front of the court returning
house. Dennis Hall, a union There ooooooooC3OOOOOOOOOOOOO0OOO
member, was being tried for bers present
The Nixon Upholstery Store, trespassing on property of the call for

corner swell Streets of Deveaux, was and completely Dowde- Grand It Bahama Port Authority, pected meeting on and REV. LENA N. ROSS
alleged.
was The
order
was
destroyed: by fire on September -
later rescinded. Bishop of the State of Georgia
18. The roof of Demeritte'sTailor '
Shop north of the burn- -'" = "
Ing building caught fire but
the blaze was quickly put out To nil who Ye trmil>I<:?Ml. You can MAL AND .
by firemen. The heat cracked I Finest
have them solved it
window panes In a dry goods now i cial Jobs in
store across the street. The makes no difference what they i
building was owned by S. A,
Knowles. nro, thfpy can bo soled by a Domestics
New York
Michael Wallace, son of :Mr. man from Detroit, Mich.
and Mrs. William Wallace of c I
Dillet St., has been awarded a Harold Moss waiting. No ,
three-year t r I
scholarship to the ences :
University of the West Indies Call 696-2056
by the Royal Bank of Canada. Burlang

The presentation was made by 1801 NW 63rd Street E \
manager of the Royal Bank
502
September 10. NW $
Wallace Is a J
graduate of Government High
School. The scholarship Is BeauticiansOct.
worth $1.120.00 a year. Painting wxt

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.
mother of nine children, was Island Club ; ,.'' BY THIS WISE AND GIFTED. SPIRITUAL

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Women Plan Musical MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.
PHIL I I'I'THE
OSSOFER
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1964 PAGE 9 ( I

.On Sunday night Oct. 18th, 'Brown and Barabara Thompsonof SAYS: --------- --
the women of Alt. ZIon D. A. V. New
Baptist Northwestern Senior High Kappa Notea
Church will continue -.P":
their An- School. The golden voices of i
hual Woman's Day observanceby Mrs. Helen Jackson Mrs. Valdez A prominent Miami columnist The Miami Alumni Chap D.A.V. chapter No. 39 and
presenting a program of Murray, John Callaway and Miss brought up three Interesting ter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fra- A.U.X. were the guest of OA.V.
.. Musical and Literary Reflections. Alice Day will conclude this points regarding the question of ternity held the first meeting chapter No. 01. West Palm ,
Literary Reflections will be mammoth Woman's Day Obser- Jewish guilt f>r the crucifixion of the year at the lovely and Beach Annual Tea. Sunday
presented by Mrs. Allene Guln- vance. ctf Christ, now being dIs- spacious home of Bro. and Sept. 26th.
yard, Librarian at Holmes Elementary This program promises to be cussed In the Vatican Ecumen- Mrs. Arthur Coverson In How- First district Commander o f
School.Highlighting one of the most outstanding ical Council. district No. 1 of the State of ;
the program will Musical events of the year. ard.The lans for the year were Florida, James H. Halls o f l
be Miami's own Mrs. Doretha On your calendar, circle the He wrote that people shouldnot discussed. Miami was the guest speaker. 1
Payne, the North Dade Senior date October 18th 1964, 7:30p. : be blamed for that which Highlights of summer travels Introduced by Past Commander -
High School Ensemble Sandra m.!!! occurred before they were born; were enjoyed by all present, Wm. L. Jackson Jr. o f
that If Christ was God (as many and everyone Inclued theWorld's Miami.
people Relieve) lie could not' Fair< In their trip. D.A.V. Bar-B-Que and party I
have been killed by mere human Saturday evening until? Oct.
I Women Day At Mt. ZionSunday beings and 'that since the The National Board of DIrectors 3rd. at Past Commander JamesJ
crucifixion was predestined, of Kappa Alpha Psi Green's home. 15811 N. W.
those responsible for the fulfillment approved the building of a 18th Court. Buncho Park.
Mt. ZIon AME Church a,m. service will be Mrs. Ath- of this destiny should Kappa House on the campus Commander W. C. Murry. adjt
will be observing: Its annual alle Range, a member of Holy not be punished for doing what of Fla. A and M. University. Edward H. Hanna
Woman's Day beginning with Redeemed Catholic Church anda they were destined to do. All brothers are asked to assist -
Sunday School at 9.30: a.m. The civic worker in the community in making: this project a After completion of the bus-
morning' speaker during the 11 Regarding his first point, I success. For further information iness agenda a delicious meal

V -,,.-. .' .- ...... At 3 p.m. Rev. S. L. Gay and agree that no one should be please call H. Ammons, I was servlcd by our gracious
y y "1. ti congregation from Mt. Hermon stigmatized for an event of near- CE 5-6473. hostess. ?

... '. .: .J AME will be In charge of the ly 2,000 years ago. IJ re is a "T w-w .y .....____.. ____ wAvalon
ti.' 1. service.At story that illustrates the error
of this long-held: theory of Jew-
7 p.an. Mrs. Helen Jack ish 'guilt: A Catholic boy, after ,
1 1I son, who is a native of Euatls I, a long friendship with a Jewish
isr I 1I I< la., a teacher at the Bunche boy, suddenly beat him up one \
Park Elementary School, a day. When asked why he did it. StUJiO
member of Greater New Bethel he said "You Jews killed -
Baptist Church and also a social Christ." Told that this had happened -
and civic worker, will many centuries ago, he tor
speak to us. replied, "Hut I Just found out FINE PHOTOGRAPHY
; about it this "
t I morning.
Plan to attend all services at
Mt.:\ ZIon Sunday this promises In reference to the statement
';o be ithe best Women's Day that God could not be killed by t4 @b'

I ever. powerless: human beings, It
I Miss Jessie stands to reason: that Jesus, the
Is chair-
Bethay
I man and Mrs. DoVothy Cross is man (the physical embodimentof New Location
c halrman. the eternal Holy Spirit), was
not God. It was the deathless:
4. The church regrets the Illness spirit which filled Him with
of the pastor's wife, and the C..od-Power. that alone could
....f .r ti r rt'4 i everyone wishes for her a have kept Him from His earthly 720 N.W. 62nd St.
'speedy recovery. 1 fate, had it not been destined. -
He had to sacrifice Himself
Visit Mt. Zion on the corner I physically/ that the tree of
M118. ATIL1L.IK RANGE of l 152nd Terr and 22nd Ave. I Christianity: born of 'this sacrifice -

could grow: and spread, PL 4-3211 I
just as a seed physically sacrifices -
NEW MT. MORIAH itself to allow the tree,
latent within it, to grow and
Hev. A. L. Shipp, pastor spread.As t4 @m>
Thank God for letting us be )
(for the statement that'
able to see; another month. He there should 1 tie no punishment PortraitsChildren
,>yd has surely been good to us. for those who killed to fulfill Groups
Our sympathy goes to Sister destiny. Jesus gave: the answer
Lawrence and family In the loss According to Matthews 18:7:
of her dear mother. May God Jesus said "Woe unto the wor1cibecause
strengthen them to continueto of offences! for It must Weddings Parties )
fulfill their duties to Him. needs be that offences come
but woe unto that man by whom
Usher Board No. 2 will begin the offence cometh!"
the liith anniversary Fri Passports & I. D. :,'
(day night, Oct. a with a musi- It's a strange 'world. Had the \ :
cal program. Let us help support Jews ,clung to the teachings of
our auxiliaries. The Rev. Moses, Christ would not ave
Sims of New Hope will bring been crucified. And had His J/2 Price Sale on all Reorders
'the anniversary sermon Sundayat followers ((10 this present day) Iv IvI IvItJrJr"J1A Y

3 p.m. clung: to Jesus' teachings I
"love one another the
Choir No. 1 will render a question of Jewish guilt would
musical program October 23. the M.II M If.I' II"lP''V\"F'Fl'1''Jon-I'".II) )r rn1.rJI"rrTrJrrP'rJ"Jrn"
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THE MIAMI TIMES, MIAMI, FLA. Deacons Wives MT. CALVARY CHURCHRsr Bethel Ushers

S. Atchison pastor Say+ ThanksTo
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1964 MeetingThe Constant Carter reporterOur friends, vari-
our many
Deacons Wives will meet services which Jivere/ ous usher boards and clubs,
Monday, Oct. 12 at 6 p.nu' at on last Sun- and
mos't inspirational I the president, officers: members -
St. John Baptist Church, 1328 day, included a visitation of of Usher Board No. 3 of
NW 3rd Ave. We asking all
are the Holy Spirit. Our Pastordelivered Greater Bethel Church say
Deacons Wives members to
two wonderful ser- make
thank you for helping us
please be present and on time. and
Back Home"
mons: "Going this our 14th Anniversary Teaa
Mrs. Rosa M. Green, president. "A Desire To Be Remembered."
Rev. T. Johnson, host pastor. beautiful Tea has success.
A very Special thanks to Prof. Chas.
been planned for Sunday Oct. L. Williams who came so, far
MT. CARMEL BAPITSTRev. 11, 1961, tfrom 3 until 5. It will to 'bring such a wonderful mes

D. A. Bradley, pastor be held at the home of Sis. sage. Thanks to Daniel Francis -
Sis. Louise White, clerk Mary Jackson, 820 N. W. 43 Mrs. Sarah Glover and
wonderful Sunday Street. Everyone is invitee to Mrs. Ora Mae Efford /for playing I
We had a about this tea. such wonderful parts on
f School lesson studying also Mrs. Willie
the program
"The Come Pastoral in and Epistles.be with us on ST. JAMES AM>v CHURCH Jamison, mistress of cere-
monies Mrs. Elouise who
Sunday at 9:30: a.m. Our pastor Rev. J. B. Blacknell pastor furnished; us with such won-
vacation-
and Georgia.first lady We are are praying Bert Cooper, reporterRev. derful !music, the guest soloisit

ing in the Lord will keep them Blacknell made a plea Miss Rochelle Reed, who
that
for $40 Sunday as a down pay- thrilled the audience with I
safe. ment on a wheel chair for tha every song. Thanks again to

CHURCHMrs. invalid mother of one elf our all of our Greater Bethel family -
Women's Day ST. LUKE faithful members. It was a warm especially the young people.They .
Episcopal B. Green, reporter feeling when members and were just wonderful.
Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor friends instead donating t h s Ettenezer's: Usher Board Nos.

The Episcopal Churchwomen Dinners will be on sale Sun- $40 came up with enough mon- 1 and 2, Ward Chapel of Hal-
of Christ Church will observe The 'public is invited to attend day, Oct. 11 after service in behalf ey to buy the wheel chair out- landale, St. Martha's Chapter
Episcopal Churchwomen'sDay all of the activities during of the Women's Day Drive. right. The chair will become the St. Agnes, Mt. Hermon of

on Sunday, Oct. 25. The'' the observance of this day. The No. 1 Usher Board is in property of the church to be Usher Board No.2 of Opa-
theme for the day, "Women in Mrs. Kate S. Dean is the energetic charge. Everyone is asked to used In the future by anyone Locka, Gardenia Circle, St.
Action in an Era of Change"will president and Miss Thel- stop by the dining area. who should be become invalid Monica's Guild of St. Peter's
be discussed by Mrs. ma V. Anderson Is the general You are cordially invited to and need the use of a chair. Orthodox, Young Women's

Athalie Range, owner of t h oRange chairman. the First Fall Tea sponsoredby On Sunday Stewardess Board League, Mt. Sinai Baptist
Funeral Home at the the Women's Day committee No. 1 will celebrate its 17th an- Church. St. Mary's Wesleyan

8 a.m. service. Father Theo- Mission ofChristianity Sunday, Oct. 18, 4 to 6 p.m. niversary. An enjoyable day is Methodist Church ushers.
dore R. Gibson, will be at 1790 NW 55th St. Donation promised by members and president Thanks to all the usher
the celebrant of rectori Holy 1 $1.00.Sunday. Mrs. Juanita Mackey. boards of Greater Bethel, to
Communion. At 4 p.m. in the Oct. 25 we will observe This Is one of the more popu- Robert Stokes, Rev. Ira Mc-
church's parish hall, the Epis- The Lillian Pra'tt Mission of : 'our annual Woman's Day lar boards of St. James, having' Call, Rev. Mozell, The Miami
copal Churchwomen will pre- Christianity Inc., is a charteredand The program committee has been organized by Rev. C. J. Times and last but not least,

sent a States' Tea representing non-profit organizationunder prepared a wonderful progam Jenkins In 1947. Sh. Agnes' Usher Guild for
the United States of America. the state of Florida. The They have chosen a dynamic Rev. J. B. Blacknell has been such wonderful and courteous
The State (individual) reporting public is invited to share with speaker for the morning' ser- chosen as the speaker at the services. A big thank you to
the highest amount of them the honor in a flower vice. Mrs. W. E. Sims, wife of 3 o'clock program. I all our guests, the chairman of
money will be crowned "Miss)I service Oct. 0, 8 p.m. at the the Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor of Chltterllng dinners will be the program and social com-
Miami address 1925 NW 5th
; New Hope M B. Church. The sold Saturday 12 noon until in mittees who worked extremely -
State. Ave. theme for the day, "Our FaithIs the parish hall. The sponsor is hard. Again, we say thanksto
The Victory That Overcomesthe the Pulpit Aid i Board. call all of you.
World." good chltterling plate Mrs. Florence Washington,
SALTER'S CHAPEL ST. PAUL AME CHURCH For the evening there will be 691-4212 president; Rev. S. A. Cousin,

Rev H. J. Benson, pastor Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor song service. Mrs. Johnson, nar- The Pastor's Aid Board will pastor; Oretha Allen, reporter.Ushers' .
Marshall Mrs. Lea Cray, reporterThe rator. Mrs. Annie B. Sullivan, have a Saturday night partyat
Flossie reporter
chairman. the home of Mr. and Mrs.
No. 2 choir of this general FederationAt
We had the great pleasure of
Willie Scott, 1510 NW 70th St.
having the Rev. Alvin Jonesof church has at last gotten together
Prizes will be
given.
date and ZION HOPE BAPTIST Shiloh BaptistThe
definite
a
Dallas Texas, of Knights on Woman's Day will be cele
Chapel A.M.E. to worship ,withus. will celebrate their 38th anniversary monthly Union oft h e
Rev. P. Freeman, pastor brated Nov. 22. Plans are Justin
In ''the Sunday School' and Thursday Oct. 8th at Elizabeth Jackson, reporter the formulative stage, but Ushers' Federation Association
the Morning Services, which 8:00: p. m. and Sunday Oct. 11th Church services were spiri- the chairman and co-chairman, will be held Sunday, Oct. 11 at
he brought to us a powerful at 3:00: p.m. at the church.. You 3 at New Shiloh Baptist
tually high all day last Sun- have been named: Mrs. Ida B. p.m.
message that stirred the con- will miss a treat if you do not day Our pastor preached out Jackson Moseley is the chair- Church, 1395 NW 69th St.
gregation. Wte were so happy to keep on one of these dates In of his soul. He is still urgingmem'Uers man with her co-worker being A very unique and elaborate
hear the Lord's voice through mind. Many choirs tif( our City to attend all their Mrs. Bessie Smith. program has been planned for
Rev. Jones. Wfc do hope he will will be present. Mrs Eva weekly meetings and please your enjoyment.

come again. Our pastor will Richardson, pres.,. pray for the sick and shut-ins. I NEW PROVIDENCE You are most cordially invit-
make his to Tallahassee The Elder will
way Presiding The Pastor's Aid Union meets ed to attend.
Fla. to attend .'the first seriesof hold quarterly conference on at Zion Hope' Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor
Conference to be held by Oct. 9th and 11th 1964 at the- I Rev. Roscoe Jackson from New Mrs. Claudia Wilson, reporterWe Deacon Edwin Ramsey,

our new Bishop. church. Macedonia will deliver the I were happy to welcomethe president; Willie J. Beard, reporter -
Our chairman of Woman's message. Everyone is Invited to pastor and his wife back on ; Rev. A M. Griffin, pas-
The Rt. Rev. E. C. Hatcherof
Day Mrs. R. AUram and the cochairman come out and help make the last Sunday. Also our pastor'swife's tor.
the 11th Episcopal District
are making prepara- evening a joyful' one. birthday was remembered -
Choir No served thru the
tions for the big day on Sun- by the members. KELLY'S CHAPEL
The Jr. Stewards and
day. '
day Nov. 8, 19G4, don't forgetVoman's TEMPLE BAPTIST I
Stewardesses their first We are still observing
0 u rchurch's
Rev. F. C. Cambridge pastor
being \ Day Nov. 8, 1964, Mrs. ,
work Sunday, trained by Ann Shennett Is chairman of Rev L. A. Thompson, pastor : anniversary throughout Laymen's Day, Sunday, Oct.
this month.
the Senior Stewardesses. Oct. 9 '
the Woman's Day booster. The Women's Day committee 11, 19G4, is observed in all
marks the the
great affair at
Biscayne Terrace Hotel. Hop The new edifice Is coming has plans that will keep Evening services will begin at Methodist Churches to help lay

ing to see you there for a along very nicely, If.it wouldn't every member busy until the 7 p.m. during the winter monthsso members to become more' spiri-
wonderful time. This is In behalf have been for 'our wonderful appointed time November 8. we will looking forward to tually inclined and more active
The annual "Trip Around theWorld" seeing at this time. participants in each local church.
of the Womans Day. Mrs. pastor, Rev T. C. we you
lenYj t I is dated for Friday
wouldn't have to At Kelly's Chapel, Charles C.
e
Agnes Davis is the chairman.
build this new edifice. night, Oct. 23. Tickets are We have a large list of sick Mitchell, Secretary of the Offi-
Miss Muriel Ward. Miss Chris-
available from any member for members. When you pray remember cial Board and a local Civil Engineer -
tine Began and Miss. Paulett BEREA BAPTIST Just one dollar. Other activities them, also stop by to will speak on the sub-
Alexander was appointed to be will be announced weekly. see some of them and speak a ject "The Layman's Role in the
tthe captains for Woman's
On the 3rd. Sunday night there Day. 5770 NW 15th Ave. YMCA Members hospitalized are word of encouragement to them. Community," during 'Morning'

will be an after service forWoman's Rev. Joseph Tolea pastor Charles Ambrose, Veterans Worship. All members and
The Lord is really blessingus /friends are Invited to come out
Day program. Hospital; Mrs. Jane Herout, MT. TABORRev.
here at Berea and we are. Mercy Hospital. Mrs. Theresa and support this annual obser-

Don't forget the Sick and Shut- asking for the prayers of all Cohen returned home from P. S. Brown, minister vance.

in's. our friends. Memorial Hospital, Hollywoodand Dessie Crockett, reporter
At 3:30: InternationalTea
members of p.m. an
The pastor and
Mrs. Gertrude Tinker from The general chairman of the
Remember 'to come to church Rerea regret that our reportdid Twelve-in-One is asking sponsored by the Woman'sSociety
Jackson Memorial last week. Rally
next Sunday I will be seeing not get in the paper on last the of Christian Service will
of the entire
Let for their support
then. us pray recoveryand be held at the
( church. 7105
you week. So now we want to take others the N.W.
membership and communlity
for who
shut-
this time to thank YOU and you are in making the final 15th Ave. Mrs. Docia Howell, an
in. event of
NEW HOPE BAPTIST for making our woman's bay : the year at Mt. Tabor a suc- outstanding member of Trinity
a successful one both financially I The Male Chous is making cess. Each member knows his CME Church and president of
Rev. W. E. Sims Dade
pastorA. and spiritually. preparation to celebrate its duty. County P.T.A. Council, will
L. Stephens reporterA Night of Delight awaits both our speakers, Mrs. Chellle An elaborate program is prom- The drive will terminate the School children will he featured
you Friday, Oct. 9 at 8 p.m. A Estes and Mrs. Eunice Tannerfor ised. second Sunday in November. in a United Nations Skit. Mrs.
special service and Fellowship bringing us such inspiring Ushers Board No. 1 cordially Rachel Pratt will serve as
Dinner have been planned for messages which were enjoyedby GRACE PRESBYTERIAN invites you to attend its pianist for (the occasion.
your entertainment. There will all 38th anniversary Sunday at 3
be a great surprise awaitingyou Rev. W. F. Savoy pastor p.m. Rev. A. W; Foster will be Last Sundav as we observed
immediately after service. To the No. 2 ushers and the 6895 NW 14th Ave. the guest speaker for the occasion World Wide Communion Sunday,
Fellowship Dinners will be No. 1 choir of New Mt. Moriah We thank Rev. E. T. Graham, Oct. 11. our pastor Rev. Frank C. Cam-
served in tbe church's dining Church, we thank you for the choir and congregation of Mt. bridge, delivered a very warm
room. Donation $1.00. wonderful' services Zion Baptist Church for the A Tea will be given at the sermon from Mark 14:15.: Sick
: The chairman and cochairman very fine service of worshipand home of Sis. J. Love, 7130 NW members were visited and given
The Junior Choir invites congratulate the membersand fellowship observed at 21st Ct., Sunday, Oct. 11 at 4
you to a Musical Program, thank you for putting Grace last Thursday evening. p.m. to 6 p.m. Guest speaker FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST
Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. forth such efforts in makingour will be Dick Robert, superin- Rev. J. E. Jenkins. pastor
The chairman, Sis. Luclle Woman's Day as It was. This Sunday at 7:30: p.m. tendent of the Northwest Dis- Ruby Lee Carr, reporter
Sims says, "There is a woman members and friends are invited trict of Schools. Sunday services were like
at the beginning of all Sunday is our CommunionDay ito be present when we old time revival with our pas-
great things." Nov. 16 Is Wo- and the pastor is asking evaluate the zone group meet- Dinners will be sold at the tor delivering both: morning
man's Day, let us make this all members to be present both Ingsthat were held recently. home of Sis. Rosa Garvin, 2153 and evening sermons. As I have
one of our greatest achievements morning and evening. Sunday NW 64th St For dinners call said before he is a revivalistic
School at 9 a.m. and at 3 p.m. There will be an after ser- 696-5924 Saturday ,Oct. 10. Pastor. We here! at Friendship.
1i" the Related Five will celebrate vice this Sunday evening, with The No. 1 choir with Deacon
. ( Let us continue to visit and their anniversary here with us. Rev. S. A. Cousin, choir' and Interested persons between Albert as president will be
i'\ pray for our sick and shut-ins. Also at 3 p.m. the Pastor's Aid congregation of Greater Bethel ages 17 and 35 are asked by celebrating Friday Oct. 9 its
.) The public Is always welcome Mission will meet with the New AME Church coming to us for the superintendent of the Sun- anniversary beginning at 8
.' to worship with, us at all times. Philadelphia Church, Rev. worship and fellowship. day School to please come out and Sunday Oct. 11 with vari-p.m.
and
Join School.
/;' communion ,also. Washington Is the pastor. The our Sunday ous choirs and singing
president, Mrs. Veda Jolly is This Tuesday at 8:15: p.nu The Junior' Usher Board invites groups
?";' $ 'All members are urged to visit asking all members ito meet Rev. J. W. Stephenson, choir, you to attend its anniver- participating.
:':" 1 I Mrs. Jennie Robinson, a long her there. and congregation$ of Amioch sary the third Sunday in Oc The president and members
- ': I 'time -member who is in Para Baptist Church will be with us. tober. Splendid program has extend to you a cordial invita-

,; Villa Convalescent Home, '1910 Let us remember the sick Remember,.. you are always been planned for your spirit tion. We are so elated over our
r N W. 72nd. Street. and shut-Ins. welcome at race. ual comfort. many visitors each week.






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Science Activity h Rev. Aaron. Ingram D., reporter Hall, PastorE. I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1964 PAGE 11 i

With the program of the

IN DADE COUNTY I church auxiliaries, members are,moving committeesand along Stand" which Is taken from the sermons out of his soul. The J

in making Ebenezer a Digger Ephesians 6:10-11: "Be strong 1 and 2 choirs and No. 1 and
iSchools and better church. in the Lord and in the strengthof 2 Usher Boards render service
his might. Put on the whole with Sis. Marion English at l
The
Annual Woman's Day was armor of God that you may be the piano.
launched on last Sunday Mrs. "
able to stand. /
By JOSEPHINE KING Willie Mae Pinder serving as Sunday evening at' 3 o'clock
chairman' Mrs. Leadla Sims The Dorcas Circle will be in our No. 1 Usher Board will be I
Mays High School and Mrs Mary Montgomery charge of class meeting on host to the Federation Ushers' I
' Chairmen. The women nave Tuesday night Let us not forget Union.
ABOUT ME paling in the Institute were pledged their loyal support and the sick and shut-ins If
said students representing nine getting off with much enthusiasm we cannot visit mail a card of We had a wonderful time in
Grenvllle Kleiser once intendto states. There was a grand totalof and more inspiration to cheer. BTU on last Sunday. Rev. Harris -
"The great things you forty students. The directorof work Over 150 women have taught' the lesson with
do some time must have a
the institute was Dr. W. F. been appointed to
serve as captains SHILOH BAPTIST
beginning if they are ever 'to Payne of Morrie Brown Col- great force and emphasis.
be done, so begin to: do something .
Rev. A. M. Griffin
worthwhile '!today" Thus, lege.The Sunday, Oct. 11th will be the Sister C. M. Myles, pastor Rmember to pray for and
reporter
I have chosen stimulating the courses offered were obervance of Laymen's Day.. Sunday School Sun- visit the sick and shuUins:
Interest of students in the fieldof chemistry physics, biological A day 'the laymen will occupy day at 0.30: a.m.. every Mother Ethel Smith and oth-
science, by example In a lecture classes and one lab the pulpit. Theme. "Able
To
class. Each student Our pastor delivered both ers at home
series of articles.I was expec-
fled to have ten hours of lecture tb .......__.... _.............. 11
am a student at Mays High and eight hours of lab JmtmnIlt\7nrnrn'.- ..&iim_""i. 'A ,.......'YIM"..... """'u.L."U"OI".II'''.''''
School, one who Is very inte- work each week.
rested in science. I have main-
To give the participants a
tained an "A" average in the
Science courses I have taken. broader background in vadious
fields of science and math, the Join
Presently the lab I research am participatingIn program, NSF arranged for at least The Crowds Who '
three to five lectures to visit
which Is under the direction of
Mrs. Harriet Emrhart. I have the Institute each week. Occas-
been placed in the biochemistry ionally, we had lectures on the t
week end. Otherwise
research lab at V. A. Hos- our week
pital. Besides being in the lab ends were occupied with either
research program, I participate' personal chores or recreation.The Are

in some club activities on the recreational periods we Preparing ForCAREERS
school campus. had were very well organized
During the week we participated -
In the college activities,
A Look at GramblingThis such a s movies, play nights,
Lyceum Theaters' and various
summer I received a sports. Recreation on the week
scholarship from the National end was planned by the Insti- c
Science oundation (NSF), to tute staff. Some of the activities -
attend a summer science insti- were; house parties hikes
tute for high ability students, splash 'parties, picnics, and
at Grambling College In Gram- sight seeing tours. One of the
bling, La. I received Informative most exciting of the sightseeing
materials about the NSF tours was a trip to Arkansas. IN
program from my science tea- In Arkansas we toured a
cher. The materials included chemical plant and an oil re- '.
information of how to apply to finery. We returned to the BUSINESS AND CIVIL SERVICE
an institute. Following the Instructions campus on the same day.
I proceeded in applying I
to several institutes, Though the courses offered
and was accepted at Grambling. were time consuming and work
I requiring, the two months I

The started activities with of a the banquet Institute spent beneficial at Grambling and enjoyable.were bath High Pay! Job Security! Prestige Positions

June 15 and ended with another I '. .iNe>JI week, "A Visit To
banquet August 7. Partlcl- ,I Norfolk."

Day or night classes Free lifetime\ job ,,
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. CHURCH OF OPEN DOOR I
O. W. Foster, pastor Low weekly tuition :
Oct. 11 the Churchof
Bro.. Casey Graham reporter Sunday, placement
the Door and its
Open pastor
1 the funeral -
Saturday at p.m. '
'
of Bro. Eddie Sanders will will pass another significant payments
milestone by initiating an additional -
held at the church. All adult
be
singers and ushers are askedto morning service to begin Individualized Special preparations
at' 'this time. regularly a-t t {0:15: a.m. This
serve 'service Is 'geared: primarily for

Saturday at 8 p.m. the cars the family. The parents are instruction, to help civil
will leave the church. Destina- urged to come with their child- pass service

tion unknown on the 1 r ren, sit and worship together.At Students proceed at
Dumb Ride Supper, Donation a given point the children
50 cents and $1.00. will pass to church school and exams
the services will continue for own, rate of speed
Sunday services will be under the adults. All who are youngof
the leadership of our associate heart and take seriously the
ministers.At spiritual nurture of the young
3 p.m. Sunday the Junior are urged to be present and PROGRAMS LEADING TO JOBS AS
Ushers will observe their anni- lend support as we enter a :
versary. new phase of our ministry.

Starting the woog of the Please Regular be on morning time service will I II
11th there will be a complete I
be held as usual at 11 n.m.
week of services at the church. Under the leadership of Mrs. : Clerk Accountant
This is sponsored by the men Thena Crowder the Women's Typist .
their Men'sDay
of Antioch toward
Fellowship met Sunday in tho
will be
observance. There Fellowship Hall. A provocative
preaching by various ministersof
"The Ca
the city, and on Friday they reerelWoiman'sl In Church
will have a musical pragram.An Work," resulted in much dis- Bookkeeper Secretary
Ito .
invitation is extended cussion. Thp panel was com- .
the public at large posed of Mesdames Mary

Pray for and visit the sick. Woods, Constance_ _Williams,
Roberta Paplno and Miss LOt-

NEW MACEDONIA M. B. I tie Interesting Cromartle. remarks were Stenographer I.B.M. Key Punch

Rev. Roscoe Jackson pastor made by Mrs. Harland Has .
Willie J. Beard reporter ting from England. Dr. and
Choir No. 1 will begin celebrating Mrs. tasting are visiting the J .

its second anniversary McDowells. - - -
tonight (Friday) at 8 p.m. witha The Men's Fellowship will
musical program, Some of have the Blood Mobile at the I ,
the most outstanding choirs church on Nov. 11 membersand COLLEGE
,
will friends are asked to donate
and groups of the city appear
on both programs. A Wood. The women will furnish I 111 So. Miami Avenue I
grand time is in store for all dinner. Miami, Florida
who attend. Friends and visitors ade always -
I! welcome at both of our N Mra. HogabrooksU .
Deacon W. B. Williams is services 0:45: and 11 a.m.
president and Willie J. Beard, Please send full information about your fall courte. and

reporter. JORDON GROVE CHURCH permanent reli.try. Am interested in ( ) Day Class I

Sunday School begins at 0:45:
Night Class
r ( ) .
ROYAL ASSEMBLYChurch with Deacon Sidney Parrish in
of The Living God charge, assisted by Bro. Leroy

Elder R. II. Fayson, pastor Anderson.On ; Name .................................................... ................................ I
2082 Washington Ave. }
Opa-locka Sunday afternoon our

L. W Williams, bishop Sunday School will sponsor Its Address .........- ...,................................................. .............. I r
Saturday 8 p.m. the Silver first annual Youth Tea. Various .
Stars will Sunday at choirs are expected to appearon
8 p.m. the appear.Spiritual Harmoni- the program in addition to City............................... Tele. .................... .. Ae ............ '\
ers. Monday 8 p.m. spiritual our speaker ;Alvin McDuffy, I '
meeting conducted by Rev. a student at Miami-Jackson. I
Ethel Tiggs. Bring the sick for Refreshments will be served. - - -
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prayer Tuesday 8 p.m Bishop
Williams and congregation of Mrs. Sidney Parrish program
Lauderdale will be in director; R V. C. H. Smith, pas- .
Ft. fe fe" I.' I. f

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FRANCIS ALBERT> .

,MISS IRIS MARIE LLOYD, EMMA LIZZIE WATSON
MEMORIALSDEATHS NW 2nd court, victim of;
CARDS 5015 South Prrle Ave., Chicako, 1028
died Sep'' 26. Services Satur- fatal death' on Sept., 31 Services
1 at E'benezer Meth- held Wednesday at St. Luke
--< day p.m. Church. Her survivorsare
-- odist Church with Rev. Aaron Baptist

THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. IN MEMORIAMIn Hall officiating. Remains will mother, three brothers,
I repose in the chapel 4 p.m. Friday four sisters.

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1964 loving memory of our Survivors include her "HOMER SIMS, 1210 NW 12th
dear mother father, George; mother, Mrs.
MRS. MAUDE JOHNSONwho Marie loyd; two sisters, Willie St., died Oct. 1 Services held on
departed this life October Mae and Jacqueline Lloyd; 3 Monday from the Liberty City
CARD OF THANKSWe IN MEMORIAMIn 9, 1056. brothers, George, Herbert and chapel. His survivors, sister, a
Final rites in
Down a road that's calm and I Harold. son, a daughter.
Arlington, Va.
would like very much to loving memory of my son, peaceful -
Guided by God's loving hand FORREST JENKINS of 520-
take this method of saying SAMANTHA KEEN.
has JourneyTo A NW 14th St. died Sept 23. MRS.
She a ,
gone
and upon
thanks again to each ; in 21801 SW 114th St., died Oct.
l a distant, bright land. Services held Wednesday
everyone of you who were so 3. Services Saturday at 2 p.m.
And although your heart is the chapel. Survivors includehis
very kindto us during the at Morning Star Baptist Churchin
mother son daughter,
a
heavy a
Illness and death of our cou- Princeton. Her survivors
"" :1I With the sorrow you must five sisters, a brother: 15
sin, :t bear grandchildren. husband, a daughter, mother,
MISS HATTIE BRACE Ss mothe-ln-law and father-in-
'dfr '
Thanks for your cards, tele- May it help -to bring you com law.

grams, phone calls, words of ,3 i fort,
is
she there.
Knowing happy
encouragement an,. spiritual AMENA FARAH BRAD-
visits to our home. May God The Children SHAW year old daughter of NAMON ADDERLEY, 1871
bless all of you. I Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bradshawof NW 71st St., died Oct. 7. His

Lillie Brooks IN MEMORIAMIn 1028 NW 3rd Ave., died Oct. survivors are his wife, Rosetta,
Enid Reese, cousins 1 2. Services held Oct. 5, 3 pm. twi sisters, two brothers. Ar-

I II loving memory of o u r in the chapel.RICHARDSON. I' rangements incomplete

'! dear father and grandfather,
IN MEMORIAM I i1 MR. CHARLES FERGUSONwho

In of passed to the \great beyond REV. LAURA
memory K r5 Y .
.! October 0, 1946.
I Father in thy gracious keeping Spiritualist, Reader and
; r Leave we now thy servant JAMES' R. SMITH of 637 Advisor
sleeping. NW 12th Ave., Florida City I and
Healings blessings toGod's
M. j died Oct. 4 Survivors
4 Mrs. Naomi Ferguson are a
fr wr Carroll, daughter son, Allan; three sisters, Mrs. Powers
4+ y, Eugene Ferguson, son Agnes Knowles Williams, Mrs. I One visit will convince you
44 And Grandchildren Catherine Saunders and Mrs. that Rev. Laura will help
Louise Mobley; five brothers,
JAMES LAWRENCE Osborne, Thomas, Allen of you through her power of
l+ 10a
I'q BARNETTE Nassau, Bahamas; George of blessings.
RANGE
who passed to his final rest Sarasota, and Lincoln of Miami, DONATIONS ONLY

OctoUer 10, 1957. nieces, nephews and other UN 6-5882
The years pass by, but your LOUIS TURNER of 2627 relatives. Services Saturday at
; : presence is missed each and NW 49th St., died Oct. 2. Mr 2 p.m. from !the chapel. 612 71st Street
every hour. Turner, a native of Columbus,
Lottie E. Ward Miss. had lived in Miami sIxmonths. Miami Beach

And Family He I is survived by his MRS LOTTIE KING ROSS Take L bus

wife, Mattie, five sons John, of 1801 NW 63rd St., died Oct. .
--
Grover
Lurenzia and
Roy
4. Survivors
CARD OF THANKSThe Tanner; four daughters, Mes- other relatives are her husbandand
dames Savannah Murray Elo- including For Best Results
Mr. and Mrs.
Charles
i Brown
nia Campbell Lattle Dann and
,
family of the late Annie Services held Wednesday, in tho
Lue. Services held on chapel. Try a Classified Ad
Tuesday at the Church of God

in Christ. ;l.4.l1J1'.lt..Jl'.JI'}J'J1'JT IT....}J''T..JT..J'f..lt.ll..IT lTJI JT.Ir..lT oIl.II.I .j'fJ'fJlJl JT IT,T.1T..IT.JT..JT-4-TJ'fJlJr..IT..JT 'f.JT

PATTY ANN WILEY Infant IB 19t
KENNETH PARKS daughter of Willie and Hannah db raSP "a"?
who departed: October 7, I960. Wllev of 2335 NW15Oth] St., died fefa s
Rest In peace. in Jackson Hospital. The six- +
Mrs. Marlon E. Parks, month-old Patty la survivedby
mother CLAUDIA JANE HOHEUTS her parents; two sisters and
is grateful to their man y two brothers. Services held on
blends for all acts and _deeds Tuesday in the chapel

IN MEMORIAMIn of kindness rendered during
r their hour of bereavement. To I BENJAMIN DENEGALL Sr.
those who came, to those who ''of 874 NW 70th St. died Oct.
of loving
memory our
wife and mother, who departed called, to those who sent cards, 2. Mr. Denegall, a' native of
Quitman, Ga., and member
this life October 13, 1943. flowers and other tokens ot a
of one of Miami's well known
remembrances, and :ito those
"While you shed a tear for the
deadDetermine who offered prayers, we shall families, had resided In Miami "Living Service for the Living"

to shed light on ever be thankful. for survivors more than Include 28 years.his wife His Oscar L.

the pathway of the living; Special thanks are given to Annie; 'three daughters Mrs., Range Funeral Home
For death is but a path that Fattier L. Sands, Rev. S. A. Marie Tillman ;
must be trodIf Cousin, the City and County Debris Denegall and ,two Annie and M. Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range Mgr.
: sons,
man "would ever pass to Commissioners, City and County James and Benjamin Jr., his 5727 N.W,17th Avenue
God. judges, Florida A and M narents. Mr. and Mrs. James
OX
Harrison Pinckney Princeton Colum- 1-0131 OX 1-4343
University, Denegall; a brother, Daniel of
husband bia and New York Universities, Washington, D.C.; a grandmother rmnanacanaffimunltt
Harrison Pinckney, Jr., Dade: County School Board, Mrs. Sallie Denegall: 5 L
son Jackson Memorial Hospital grandchildren, aunts and uncles
Marguerite Hart, daughter staff the Range Funeral Home and other relatives. Services
Vernella Walker, daughter and all the local schools In Saturday at 4 p.m. at New

Miami.It Providence Baptist Church. He iUrmnrialiarfe!
is our prayer that, per- Is now in repose In:the chapel. :
IN MEMORIAM petual light will shine upon
you. JOSE BRYANT ROBINSON -
of 1422 NW 5th court, died
In sad but loving memory of Oct. 3. A native of Dixie. Ga.,
our dear husband and father, and a senior member of one
IN MEMORIAM of !the community's most respected --
families, came to MI-
Sacred to the memory of ami In 1935. His survivors Include -

our departed loved one, his widow, Ernestinea HASPREINTERMENT.
MRS LEONORA U. S. RAINES son and daughter-in-law, I
who entered eternal rest Oc- Mr. and Mrs! Van Robinson, a
tober 10, 10G2. son, Alvin Robinson: four PLOTSof
sisters Mesdames Julius Smith.
,
'TIs only a wonderful jour-
ney from the old world to the Helen Fields, Ossle' Curry and
new; Where the golden gates Sallle Davis!!!, both of Detroit: 8 grave spaces or less
opened wide to let our lovedone throe brothers John, Mack and
through. And there with Mlthchell of Detroit, a brother- ALSO
still the same old smile, and I in-law Morris Spencer; two
the heart we cherish so, our erandchlldren. Services held on
\ S loved one waits to welcome Thursday at St. Paul AME Immediate single grave space
YV r 1 us to the heavenly land above." Church. He was shipped:: to
Sadly missed by, Quitman for final rites. intermentWE
Howard P. Styles son -
MRS. ESTELLA 'GIBSON
Mrs.Mrs. n.Irene R. Cornell R. Straughter, sister, 1581 NW 56th St., died Oct. of 6. ARE NOT FULL AND WE ARE STILL DOING

sister She was a native of Marianna,
James D. Roberts Jr., Fla. She is survived Wy f o u r BUSINESS
,brother sons, Ruben, Otis John and

Ersklne A. Roberts, Norman. two daughters, Mesdames Open six days a week to serve you
brother Queen Cooper and Lil-
lie M. Woods. The body was
sent to Marianna for final rites. Commonly known a.*
THEODORE ROOSEVELT r 'ax-"
CARNEGAYwho CARD OF THANKS! INFANTS: .' DR. PHARR'S CEMETERY
departed this life October Infant daughter of Mr. and ,
9, 1961. The family of the late, Mrs. Larnzy McGee of 1329 NW 3001 NW '46th Street NE 4-4197
Three years have passed MRS. FANNIE M. JOHNSONwish ni 'a:>r\Jas -j. -po paW 'IS M199

since you slipped away, in your to thank the many Lincoln Memorial.Son .
peaceful rest. friends and neighbors for E. JOHNSON, Manager
We loved you always, but their expressions of sympathy of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie
God loved you best. We miss during their recent bereave McClenney of 29CH 'NW 44th

you.Clarice ment. They would like to saya St. died Oct. 3. j Home phone: OX i 19199i'
Carnegay, wife special thanks to Rev. Thed-
Barbara Jean Harris ford Johnson of St., John Bap- Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
daughter tist Church and the Jackson Willie Merrill of 268 NW llth

Ernest Oarnegay, son Memorial Hospital staff. St. died Oct 4. ..






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FOR RENT THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
CLASSIFIEDFOR
I SATURDAY OCTOBER 10 1964
ROOM ill private home, for a., PAGE IS
nice man. 1473 NW 70th St.

SALE FOR SALEUSE C91-0125. ......- ---..- -

NEW CBS 2- droom apt., 764 "
:3 BEDROOMS! 2 BATH YOUR Civil rights. Buy NW 69 St. Free water and gas, Across From Park KSTADLISIIED IN 1048 ..
BARGAIN beautiful waterfront home on
adults preferred. PL 4-9069.
fI
$150 down, CBS, oak floors, I Miami Beach. Call JE 1-6164. Choice colored church or school I.'
modern home, big lot, sprinkler NEED> A cUt 1-IiEDROOM APT. furnishedwith 48th Street and NW 8th Ave. Finest Quality Building
[system. $14,500. I. HA. A. Ben- NO CREDIT NEEDEDIf yard and porch, reasonable Air conditioned Sanctuary. Institutional I
Itfori'; Realtor/ 714 NW 62nd St. you are 21 and unemployed I for information call OX typo construction, PL 1-3604 '
'
'' a [Phone 751-2243 anytime you can buy a car from us 1-2426.
for $25 down with email Complete Sunday School on I
!
RIBEDROOM, $11,800 TOTAL monthly payments. Widows EFFICIENCY, utilities, elderly two floors! hen ted. Oa four I
LARGE ROOMS. NEW divorcees or young marriedcouples person preferred. $10 week, lots. $110,000. Call John Warren lfftv t ntJ
KITCHEN even if you have been 2224 NW 58 St for appointment. I
flurry, only $350 down. You turned down before. Try us for
will like this one. $83 month Immediate delivery. 2-BEDROOM CBS Apt. in duplex THE KEYES CO.
i pays all. FHA. A. Ben-Korl, KIN-MAC MOtOUS INC. quiet residential neighborhood -
Realtor. 714 NW 62 St. Phone 9815 NW 27th Ave. COG-WXW FREE gas and water, 234 Biscayne' lllvd. RealtorsFR
751-2213 anytime.4BEDROOM has and 1-3592
COMPLETE gas oven-ranpe refrigerator -
new list FHA 6G11 NW 25th Ave. Call lad
BIG FAMILY and VA resales. Like new 3 III 8-1119. -....... ..-
YOUR LOT OR OURS
BARGAIN and 3 bedroom, 2-bath CBS -- -
Drive by NW 6th Ave. homes at fro m $100 to $GOO LOVELY SMALL House. $20
$12.000 total larrze lot and lot I down and from $00 month and per week to right party, prefer Legal Notice We plan, guide and advise
of house only $400 down FHA. up. We have keys at L i f e someone who would like to NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
A. Ben-Kori, Realtor 714 NW Realty, Broker, 4932 NW 7 Ave. own their home, fenced yard, NAME LAW Custom Built Homo
62nd. St. Phone 751-2213 anytime PL -4371, Open evenings and furnished, small down pay- Notice is hereby given that I Attractive Addition
Sundays. ment can he paid weekly. Good the undersigned desiring to en
LOVELY location near 51th St Call NE Kara In business under the fictitious Quality Alteration
CBS Florida room, HELP WANTED 5- 5GG. name of SESSIONS
carport, awnings, jalousie windows LEASING CO., 3170 SW 8th St., Good bank financing
tile roof stove, refrig- LOVELY FURNISHED Apt. Velma Juanita Sessions, Owner
erator, air conditioner. Very MEAT CUTTER Counter Adults only. 1761 NW 43rd St. Miami, Florida, Intends to
,:
Man. register -
nice street. Price is 11000. Experienced, good references
Also 2-bedroom house unfurnished the said name with the C aaaQOC (
$3.10 down and $G8 month. FHA steady employment." Call 633-2891 WI clerk of the Circuit Court
terms. Life Realty' Broker, Southern )"armfnrket: 082 5-9880. Dade- of '
County, Florida. G@ffi t 49Idcensed
4932 NW 7 Ave. PI. 0-4371. NW 20th St.
Sept. 20, Oct. 3, 10, 17hANDSCAI'INO
Open evenings and Sundays. 1929 N. W. 6th Ct.j/ Itedroom
BARBER at Cozy Corner Barber
house furnished C n S Insured
fully -
Shop. 4948 NW 27th Ave.
NO QUAIFYINQ Move rightin. Call
building, 371-3181 or FR 1-
3-bedrooms, enclosed front LJ e-ln Manager wanted. Manor 1905. SPRAYING for termites fleas, 888 NE 79th Street
porch new roof, separate garage woman for rooming house. roaches, chinch bugs and trees.
Freshly painted Inside and Fully furnished, CBS building, STORE for beauty Yard, soil, !painting of house
out. Price is $8,500 $250 down downtown area near N. W. parlor or barber shop. Call 6913191 roof Luten I'aylor. PL 4-G743.. -
ami $85 month nays all. Keys 19th St. Call JE 1-3184 or call ,
(Oct. 10)) __ .
1833. "'"'L"'L -- --------------
at Life Realty 4932 NW' 7 Ave.

PI. 0-4371 Open evenings and N. W. SECTION, 421 N. W 59th Ora D. Taylor] Invites You!
Sundays.NO FOR RENT Terr at Edison High School, 1
and 2 bedroom ants furnishedor Ora D. Taylor Realty, Open daily, evening by ap

1 CBS CLOSING duplex.COSTS 2-bedrooms- Lovely on- SINGLE ROOM, private bath PL unfurnished.8-7720. $15 week up. pointment. Why rent when we can help you move

each side. Tile roof, freshly I and entrance. 4001 NW 11th into a comfortable home?
.painted, appliances. Live rent Ave. Ph. 633-7980. .tJ.r iT AS LITTLE AS $100 TO $300 ,
free! Price Is $15,700 $GOO Can mean the difference in living. We can locate
FURNISHED R 0 0 M in
down and $89.75 month. FHA good SKIN DISEASESFREE
terms. Life Realty Broker, location modern home, $12 a you in any area in Dade County you like. A courtesycar
4932!) NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. week. Call Thursday, 691-1513, is at your service.
CONSULTATION
Open Sundays. Indf LET ORA TAYLOR BE YOUR BROKER!
A new approach to treatment
BEAUTIFUL 3-bedroom, 2 1-BEDROOM furnished apt., and medication based on ,unrealized 4208 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Fla.
large rooms very quiet. No blood and Phones 759-5221 Rest CE 5.4246
bath CBS. Barrel tile laboratory
barbecue. Very nice roof street., patio children. $18 week, 1323 NW (tests ... ... ... ... ... -
Price Is 13000. $.100 down and 58th Terr. DR. II. IIAAO
$80 month. FHA terms. Life PL 7-7231
Realty.: Broker, 4932 NW 7 ARE YOU looking for a nice

Ave. Sundays.PL 9-1371. Open eveningsand but room quiet? Not place in a private cooking home, Ford Realty Extra Specials!! ;

facilities. Call 757-1452 or

CBS, 2-bedrooms, completely 096-8545. $400 DOWN I WE ARE OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ALL DAY
fenced all around. A real bargain NEATLY rooms,
at $9,000. $300 down and use of kitchen, 1980 NW 55 St. ft-bedroom, 2-bath CUR, $12,000 FROM 9 to 7 P.M.
$02 month. FHA terms. Key
NE 3-9908. PHA, $S.03 month plus taxes
NW 7 Ave. PI. 9-4371. Open -0-
nt Life Realty, Broker, 4932 1032 NW 23rd Ave Cottageand and 1",nll'/ln'r./ No broker.
Sundays and evenings. efficiency. Part furnished Come by these 2 and 3 bedroom home and Call uI!
533 NW 44th St.
Adults only. $15 week. 7021 NW 6th Court: CBS 2-bedroom, 2 full batht.

FOR SALE Completely fixed up end painted on inside. An excellent
5022 NW: 7th Avenue
Hank: foreclosure modren CBS deal. $500 down and $79 month. NO QUALI

tdt Lawyers at' for medical Insurance center, etc. Attention!! Attention!! FYING.

Contains nine offices three -
lavatories!!!, three entrances.
Only $15,500 low down SEE THE FABULOUS NEW 816 NW 46th Street: 4-bedroomt, 2 baths. $600

JEFFERSON payment REALTY down, $25 a week or $95 month. ,Extra large. I

Realtors 6998 NW 20th Avenue: 2 years young CBS. A I

685-1553 "Sunshine Homes" real beauty on a corner lot. 3 beautiful bedroom

2-BEDROOM HOME, furnished Dream kitchen, large living room and dining room.

1316 NW 46th [,t. Cros from $500 down. NO QUALIFYING.
school. $70 month. Call FR *
3- 3G9! or 271-5733. -.-

HOUSE. Open 2-5 Sunday, 2900 Now Open For Public Display OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY from 1 to 6 p.m.
\W f>3 St. Near school :and 1478 NW 43rd Street One FHA mortgage $350
shopping t nter. Midwest Real-
ty, NE)5-8035.: T New Low Down Payment d'own' $66 month. An excellent 2 or 3 bedroom home


Air conditioned 10 apj's., furnished corner ,building CBS- Open Everyday Including Sun. 2-6 p.m. FOR RENT WITH-a-OPTION TO BUY
modern bids. Grand: Union
store across street, hardwood These new homes have everything you 7800 NW 10th Avenue 2 bedroom CBS
floors, close to town and shop-
ing center Sell bv owner. In want, Mr. and Mrs. Home Buyer. See 4318 NW 16th Avenue 1-bedroom'
Vestrlrte l area. Call after 4
'p.m. FR 9-7633 017 them! 1228 NW 42nd Street bedroom

WE HAVE LARGEST selection Trade your old home for a brand new one 1529 NW 51st Terrace i-- 2.bedroom front
"of" 2 amd 3 bedroom homes In
Greater Miami from $100 down 1529 NW 51st Terrace 2-bedroom rear
ana $65 month. News Realty, ..
Inc. Broker PL 4-0655.: We Call at Your Home and Show you house

Location of new home: -0-

HOME FOR SALE Open every day of the week including

Best area buy I 1940 N.W. 47th Street Saturday and Sunday all day

280 NW 45th Street

$350 total down 4 EXCLUSIVE BY Ford Realty, Inc. Broker t


$71 month News Realty, Inc. 3639 NW 15th Avenue 6354595Try 4 '

CBS, large rooms, 2 porches

,carport, oak floors. : 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. .I'r"'=........."' ...Ai.I,111"' '''::11''''''n n................,,,n...IIn.ll'J.IK: Veliz won on a tko in the 6th
Al Simmons.
round over
PAGEl14 SATURDAY OCTOBER 10, 1884oa Stormy Winters won a tko

in five over Henry Dixon; Orlando -

... Ruiz declsloned Jimmy
S'pearing !rc11 Rightower in six; Duke John-

Miami U. Faces son decisioned Roger Whitley
in six; Berlin Roberts won over

With Sports J JBT Hector Berdugo, four.

RIVER RESULTS
LITTLE
Golden BearsStopping Willie Thomas, a hard punching -
.1
HARRY SPEAR young Miamian scored an
upset by decisioning veteran

the fabled passing ,__ ___WNWWYRWW. WWR ..r.wyww...._.__._...._. ..__.. r I Bobby Lane, Friday night in the
great, Craig Morton, is only -- I main event eight-round fight.
one of many problems facing SHOCK: DRAW VERDICT Grady Ponder scored a 7th
Coach Chadlie Tate as he preps J, 'round tko over Jerry Powersof
his University of (Miami Hurricanes roil PRESCOTT BOOED ",\i: St, Louis.
for offensive minded: From the London Daily Mir- In six Eddie Fobbs won a
University of California Golden unanimous decision over Harry
Bears Friday night In the ror: Belafonte. In a schedule six i

Orange Bowl.California Dailtered and bleeding badly t'J Dwayne SLmpson halted Jay

has Its three top Midland Heavyweight Johnny J Charles in the first round.In .
rushing backs of last year, Prescott gained a lucky draw four rounds Jim Beasley
Tom Relies, who averaged 58 with America's Chip Johnsonover drew with Grady McLendon.
ten blood and thunder
last season Tom Blanchfield
and Jim Blakely rounds at the Embassy Sports- Chris Dundee has a well-
drame, Birmingham, last week. balanced show Hi' the Miami
j'- -- "'I," This shock verdict came just b Beach Auditorium Oct. 11
: ', ..... .,: 11 Pt /
1' : i'y five weeks after Prescott's con- By public demand a return
.. ,fJ troversial points win over match between Tony Mama-
'7 t' '1.A Brian London in Liverpoolh as I[ relli and Perfecto Garcia. Their
Birmingham ris last bout was a war ending
Maggs signalled his decision, a with Tony the winner on a
storm of booing broke out from split decision. This next fight
fans who thought as I did that will Ue for 10, three minute
# Johnson had done enough to
{, rounds. Here is Tony Mama-
'I'1f win, but Johnson wasn't upset, relll's record, 20 wins, one
I iR \ he said afterwards: tvrrrUJ( .t loss, 12 by knockouts, 8 decisions -

"I hit Prescott with as much .
kA' f4a JIM NORWOODThe're's power as when I floored Cas- ., l1 .,'
1 Perfecto has had 28 fights
sius Clay last July. But that CHIP JOHNSON
an outside possibility ''Uoy can sure !take a punch, he with' 29 wins and nine I losses
\ that four sophomores can also give punch becausehe Maggs went to PrescO''- t's corner Other fights on the card:
could open (the game thatis hurt me with several left to see If. he could continue' I Lou Gutterlez vs. J. C. Ponder -
if Don Clancey receives the hooks. I think I had the edge There was strong protest from I I 10 rounds; Mike Mamarel-
starting call at wingback.The throughout: and clinched it the his corner and after a doctor 11, 12 fights, ten knockouts, 1
had examined the decision. 1 draw and undefeated --
last three rounds, especiallyas cut Prescott
for this
the
reason are I dropped him for a count went on to take more punishment vs. Eddie Linder, undefeated
Injuries of fullback Pete Ba-
10 wins. 1 draw 8 rounds.
.
naszak, running back Russell and cut his eye But I'm, nhilo-
Also Ray Malone will meet
a
sophical about the decision as
Smith and wingback Jack Sims. Such
a hammering can hardly
,
worthy opponent. He is undefeated
long the bout -
as pleased the
All have
been
ailing and s o improve his prospects agrtinstAmerica's
t in six bouts.
crowd and I
It did.
far have been unable 'to give am sure Billy Neilson In Lon-
much to the There were long spells when
help Hurricanes don next month
Benny Briscoe, the former
JIM BLAKELY offensively. the experienced American out-
classed and outsmarted Pres- When Chip returned home National AAU champion out of
Named second team All- The game Friday night In cott, who must have gained the this reporter interviewed him Philadelphia Is going great
Coast, Blanchfield led the con- the Orange Bowl could be one draw through his guts and and Tommy Ross who workedIn guns In the pro welter ranks.
ference in scoring and was of the year's biggest thrillers gameness In fact the only crit- his corner. Why Chip did His tko over Percy Mannin,
third in America In kickoff returns in South Florida football. The icism one could aim at John- not finish him and their answer who Is a finp ring prospect,
I
in 1963. Hurricanes displayed vast improvement son was that he declined to was that Chip did not was' a gem.; Watch for Briscoe
Miami may have !to go with In the Georgia Tech I come In for the "kill" when he j want to hit him anymore because to hit the boxing spotlight' In
three sophomores In the back- game over the FSU opener, and had his man struggling: and I Prescott was covered the near future.
field Friday night. There's a in workouts since have contin- pinned against the ropes. with blood. Chip asked the
strong! chance now that FredcassidYi ued to Improve. Tate has high Prescott was down for a countof referee ito stop the fight. He En route from Caracas, Ve-
sophomore, will open hopes of getting the offence eight In the ninth' and said carry on, or you will forfeit nezuela where he scored three
the last main event wins Is Valmore
Iback going against California. So fought two rounds the flRht.
with Robert far
with blood pouring from his I Anez. Anez made his local de-
Domke, sophomore, at running the UMers have been unableto
right eye. :MIAMI IIKACII RESULTS 1/iit in March and carved: out
back, and Bob Bilenikoff, sophomore cross the goal line. Before the last round started i I|I Main event ten rounds, Chico wins over Moses Shaw, Bobby
at quarterback. Allen Harold McKeever and

I i Willie McCrea, ns j:; well as a
: thriller over Joe Murchlson. HP
NHS Is a real leather tosser and will
Faces West Palm be"1 a fistic welcome circles.addition to local -


Johnny Rushing: writes from

In Homecoming Game Jacksonville that his crack
boxing team, Including Tim
Ford, Joe Ross, Johnny Hobbs,
:Saturday: is Homecoming at etc will soon be back.

Northwestern.one three record The Bulls for havea this i 4 Junior Join mr FOOTnT.T, S"UEflT4F

year and will be seeking to Colleges ,.....1,1"',.. rvt o. 815: rna -
make John F. Kennedy High of PAT ,TVOHNTArw
West Palm Beach its next vic- 17 PTTTRBUnOTT

tim. White ConferenceOCALA n". oZ R'1", n.ml TNnTA1JA! !
aM/ 9 1 After losing through gradua- Nnv. ft R1r.. nirn, TTTT.A'r'F.Nm. .

tion Its offensive and defensive Four Negro junior FJCC. n: Rlr: p.m.BOSTON
line plus the all state half colleges were reported to have Membership In the new con- COLLEGE
I back, Sam Anderson, !the Bulls the Florida Junior Col- ference required fee of $200 Nov. 20 VANDETiniLT
Joined
have come a long way toward an athletic unit payable by Oct. 1
rebuilding In order to protect which Include white Junior colleges -
the 10C3 championship. Participation In basketball Its tool to determine division 4
and baselfall tournaments will representatives for the state
The team and all of Its followers Gibbs Junior College of St. be afforded the new members. tournament.

will be looking forward Petersburg, Hampton of Ocala, The The State Department of Education -
to a team four members will have
victory Saturday Volusia of Daytona, and Wash-
selected E. P. Caruthers -
to be members of the National
night at the Junior
College ington were the four that indi-
Junior of Volusla County Commutt-
Stadium.A College Athletic Associa-
cated they would be in the
new tion also if they anticipate on Ity College: to serve as execute
conference this
mammoth parade will be year. participating in regional and national tive secretary of the division
held Saturday, Oat 10, at 1:30: I The four Institutions met tournaments. embracing the Negro; Institutions. -
pm. with the queen and her I last week with other members Simon Johnson of Ocalais
court along with several bands of the all-Negro Florida Junior The FJCAA will remain intact the FJCC's Division Four
and marching units participating College Athletic Association to for at least another year, representative on the standing
I consider affiliation with theOffensive with the FJCC members using committee for basketball



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Coast Classic will 'be held Sat- I ; '*'
I' urday, Oct. 31 at 'the West \ \ '.-
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Edward Waters College, .' .t w
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Jacksonville, meets Mississippi .."
Industrial College, Ittabena, .
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,The gala event begins with .:.: jfAr1si-
gcolorful parade Saturday afternoon -
and Is highlighted bya
,spectacular half time show
presented' by Delray Beach's

Carver High band. team: l-r( ) Eddie Holly Crawford L.T.; Curtis' Defensive team: first row: Tynes. second row: Wesley
(Sams, R. E.; Rosell Robinson, I Ralph Cole, R.H.; Vincent (i-r) Arthur PIa, Henry Montgomery Barnes, Harold l Ross, Otis
(Advance tickets will i jEpo on R. I II IIQ.D.bo I Kemp, thira
T. Adthur Pla, R.G. ArchIe: urn. F.B;; and Samuel Roosevelt Randolph row: Lawrence
sale October 12. .. I (Gallon: C.; Thomas Woods, L.G. Marsh, L.H. George Hudson, and Horace, Charles Wlloox, Marks.Joe Williams, and




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I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1964 PAGE 15a
HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS


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committee to In
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dorsed by the Parent-Teacher reading material In th. J

Report of Debate ActivityThe Around Northwestern NHS Senior High High Association which nas set up home.


School Is off Ito a good start
Forensic League of where three students participated with 2,225 students trampling Hr I Gutferrei
Jay
Miami Northwestern Senior with Linda Wright winning the welcome mast' This Includes ,
High School started its debate three first places in the 538 seniors, 646 juniors, 775 sophomores
year with a smash. Because of beginner's division, Llwy and 262 freshman. )
the broadening Interest in the Bowers winning a second and Fourteen new teachers have'
area of speech, much emphasisIs third place I n the beginner's been added to th staff to take 2200 im 36 $1
being placed on the dettate division and Margaret Miles care of the ever-Increasing enrollment -
program.' The students of debate winning one first place and ,
are responding favorably two second places In the pro
to the many challenges which division.On Northwestern Bulls with
are being presented by the stood o fourth-quarter chal-
competitive schools. Group laat attended Saturday' the Debate lenge and defeated Mays high What About \Wigs?
a Congressional 25-12 Saturday night, October
Thus far, Miami Northwestern Debate which was reld at 3 at the Junior College stadium
has participated in four Miami Carol City Senior High.
events. The first event Impromptu Diann member before a capacity crowd of consult beautician?
an Crumbley a of 4,100. This was the third win Why not your
Debate, was held at the Senate, received the honorof the Bulls who have
Hialeah Senior High. The results being one of three finalists viously for defeated Carver pre-12-7 Your beautician can give you the true
were Indicative of to be chosen best
a speaker in
group of students who will the first session of our debates. and Bulls Blanche bowed to Elv Tampa's 27-0. Mid-The story. After all who should know
prove to be more Some of the school
outstandingwith
participating -
dleton 19-12 :for the only loss
each better than beautician?
competitive event. : In our debate activityare your
the
of season.
The first event yielded ten as follows: Miami Edison

first places as a result of High, Miami Jackson Senior Friday Oct. !Oth Is Color OCTOBER 26 ISLAND CLUB
twelve, students participating High, Coral Gables Senior High ,
,
Day the day before our ,
In three rounds each: among Miami Beach Senior JHflgh, Coral Every ,- '
the twelve, three were entered Park Senior High, Miami Homecoming game. the
In the pdo divslon and nine Military Academy, Palm Beach Northwesterner school colors Blue wears and Gold.
were entered In the beginners Senior High, West Palm Beach :
,This will mark the corona-
day
division. Senior High, Miami Norland tion of Miss Homecdmlri'g' and Exclusive Road Show Run

Senior High, Seacrest Senior the of Mr. and Miss
The second event was a Con- choosing
High, Miami Senior High Hia-
Color all of whom will
Day,
gressional Debate held at Hialeah leah Senior High.
spark the big: parade on Saturday -
Senior High. The third Debate Coach Mr. Fernley A. afternoon.
event was an Impromtu Debate Murray reporter Margaret LIB CITY DRIVE IN
also held at Hialeah Miles. Trudy Mackey, solo twirler,
and Dlann Sands, head ma'or-
rotte' will display their talentIn ALSO 22nd AVE. AND PALM DRIVE IN'
the parade as well as nt the
B. T. Washington; JRE LEE SCHOOLThe half-time show. The Homecoming THEATRES

Hy BETIISirKBA DEAN first P.T.A. meeting for parade will leave the
the J. R. B. Lee Elementary school promptly at 1:30: Satur- COMPLETELY INTEGRATED,
The Junior high division Is school was held Monday night day afternoon and 'proceed
in high gear at BTW In termsof Sept 28, 1964 the attendancewas west on 71st St. to 15th Ave.
educational program. ReadIng good. south on 15th Ave to 02nd st.;
clinics for 7th and 8th Mrs. Mary Brown the new east on 62nd st. to 12th Ave. Positively Last Few Days. Hurry!
tirades on Monday nights have president seem to have a very back to the school rounds ,
begun with Miss Jacqueline enthusiastic staff working' with In addition to No:"'hwec.IIrn's' !
Tooks and Mrs. Patricia All- Marching 100 and floats representing :
good serving as volunteer her.We various school organizations ADULTS ONLYThe
feel the
teachers. In the near future school is on toa there will I I 1 be bands
adult tutors will be working very good start, several new and floats from Dorsey Junior
with teachers have been added to North Dade and Booker
needing addi-
youngsters High ,
the
tional help at the school. These faculty Goriest ,. ;.
tutors will be from Mlaml- On Tuesday September 22, T. Washington High schools.
Dade Junior College, Barry College Mr. Hlggs class gave teachers The Bulls will (lake on J, F, \ y--
and the University of MI- and pupils much to feast' on Kennedy of Riviera Beach on Picture '
mTI I. i I.l"", 1 "Skills We Are Learning. On Saturday night at 8 o'clock In Bloodiest\ ,
September 29 Mrs. Dora Wrightand the Junior College Stadium and een1

Field trip for Junior high her class presented a program no Northwesterner doubts the I Have 'Eve*:
school students begin Saturday entitled "Citizens AtWork" outcome. :

afternoon Oct. 17 with a tripto NO DNLaIDII

the Seaquarlum. The follow- The pupils and teachers of Miss Elona Harmon. was Come fl YOUR ADMmDtlL / !
Ire' Friday will find the group the First grade classes are enJoying crowned M I A fl Northwestern .
visiting the Orange Bowl to the Arithmetic period 11XVM55 by Miss Sandra Fox L 1 I
see the University of Miami under the direction of Dr. Miss Northwestern' 1003-64 In a OWN RISK !II!lL, / 1PiCU1 MDNSE

play Indiana. After school tutoring Folsom. lovely ceremony In the school .. .. ,.", ,q
commences Oct. 20 with Miss W C. Bawl, principal; i auditorium early In September. CAN YOU \v'J) AMBUlAlfCe;M1lM
tutors from the senior high Miss Cherry Mills, reporter HOT attendants' are Delores {
aiding the Junior high students. Wallace and Chollng Brown TAKE IT??? I 2 AUlM tsl
Tutors will come from Girl
These ladles
lovely voun; tep-
Counselors. Future Teachers of Carver NewsP. resent the school on all occa-
America, Human Relations T A. Chairman of the sions. Sixteen senior girls appropriately MORE GRISLY THAN EVER IN BLOOD COLOR:]

Club and Honor Society. Ways/ and Means Committee gowned and escorted jl! f ,<< -
The Charm School with Barry Mrs. Esther Mae Armbrlster by young men In formal attire l i : '
College girls working close- reports that the victory dance made up the queen's court. .>.!I#>"
!iy ,
ly with the BTW home economics Satuday night was quite a suc ,', ; ,Ai": ,.:'4t r: .{ .
i
department, begins cess. A setting' for the Jubilant The Yearbook Committee has [: )f '."*,},':>?,:'g,(., :< ;:"- :
Saturday: Oct. 17. attitude of everyone present, announced that "enlors new to !: '", ,' ",,' : A@...:l:f 1-tY :
it :;:';:, :
was a carry-over from the : m
site for ... ,,:{ '
Northwestern mw up ;:: .
Reading V Incentive certificates previous night; when the Hornets securing eight '" J.:! 1; Jf }
yearbooks by zz"
'
badges and pins to be, formed a blockade that' ,. ,..i.i : <) 't+t!>
be '
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patrons. Patron slips may (f)J" ,;, .
awarded to youngsters who,' the fly over.Thunderbirds couldn't even obtained from senior sponsors. a>t >J1; (' {!! li'
read and report on their readIng < '
to their teachers will be
distributed at the end of the Our band, doing 1 its initial Journalism' students will attend -
second six week performance kept reminding Annual) Sigma ;
period. Already the Third $
too, that It would be uselessto
Interest! I Is being shown In the Delta Chi-Theta Sigma Phi
by high stu- try any outer space antics Seminar October
program Junior because Journalism on BLQQDFRIGHTFUL ,
ents "jumping' the they were already Coral Park Hlg'.i'! School.
; gun '-r"' there hand.to give 'the boys a helpIng 10 at I

We are proud of the Concert -
Chorale under the direc- The outstanding playerswere Darvllle Knowles i Is one of
tion of Mrs. Mable D. Glover. Windsor Nealy, Glen twelve Dade County High I Shown
They appeared at the 9th annual Hamilton. Leonard Jackson school seniors who have been Only'

YMCA Soiree. Mrs. Glo- Gene Anderson and Isaac Ful- awarded Industrial engineering I & nt ,
the F
ver served as first lady consultant lard along with the hard hitting computer scholarships to
for the event. Other members of the Defensive University of Miami for the Come at your
BTW participants were John 1961-f fall and spring semesters I I
team. Theenvlable score of 10-{) In own risk!
Dlllard who rendered a violin was in favor of Carver. based on proficiency 'I
'selection: Edward Goodlng, also mathematics and science. .i' Guaranteed to scare the
violinist, accompanle by Carver High girls especially ")'ell' out of you
hand director Timothy O. Sav- Jr. Hkh have a new favoritenast
time knitting. Mrs. Maria (Miami Northwestern Senior (]PLUS I Hhown at 8:45: pm.
age. : $ Its
School has expanded
Carnlrem' Jr. High School High for the school 'Jack The Ripper'Special
Still smarting from the 31-10 Soanlsh Instructor holds a reading program reading uniformed guards
defeat handed to them by class every Monday, Wednes- year anymore
than one
Howard Blake, the Tornadoes day and Friday after 3:15: p.m.In teachers Instructional j will supervise all admissions.
have high hopes of being victorious the school's Breezeway, with thousand materials dollars and of equipment- th.r.ller. Adults only!
when they take on Dil- old man winter fast approachIn the Board of
lard High Oct. 10 at the Miami quite a few young ladies were approved Instruction by Special Iloodnliow Attraction All tickets 79o:
Stadium. Student tickets an well on their way with the Public
must be purchased in advance. knitting of sweaters In their Mrs. Llllle B. Hart and Mrs.
All gate tickets are $1.25. favorite colors. Lorraine Sirachan work thru EXTRA! SATURDAY NITE ONLYi!

English depatment to, Instruct -
the
will be Miss Homecoming students In developing MEET IN PERSONIn
?? This question will be answered has placed students In the DCT specific skills needed to Improve -
very soon. Over 21 program in ,many of the outstanding scholarship abilities.! our concession stand at 8:30
young ladles from the Junior training centoof
and senior high schools are the county. Teachers of ErwrlUh, under
taking advantage of the before the guidance of Mrs. Dorothy MAL ARNOLDThe
school and after school Maxwell, Department Head,
vending: rules to raise money) Six members of the school are coordinating theld instruc- Star of "Blood Feast"t t
for the contestants. ] newspaper staff attended the tion with that of the reading
Journalism Seminar at Coral i teacrers. (The Mad Monster)

. Congratulations to Mr. Eddie \ Park Oct. 10, accompanied ;by
Bunyan. DCT Coordinator. He I adviser! Mrs, Shannon, The program In heartily en-



THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. BeauticiansOct.;
Now Open on Wednesdays
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1964 26th
( Located in Edison Center) .

Miss Dubrechet Island Club ROY'S, BARBER SHOP J :

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Presented At Tea 6349 .7th Avenue

The Business and Professional AUTO INSURANCECheck
Women's Circle of Mt.
Barber
Former barber at Longshoreman Shop
Church will
Zion Baptist pre- our new lower rates and financing
sent the lovely Carmen Dou- easy NW 8th St. and 2nd Ave.
brechet, Miss Fashlonetta of IMMEDIATE SR:22 FILING Ultra Modern Air Conditioned Manicurist TV

I960 turier, In fashions an afternoon at the home of cou-of Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift Hours 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Md. and Mrs. Nathaniel John- LeRoy Williams, Prop. Phone 751-9112
eon, 7420 NW 14th Ave., Sun- D. Goodman and Son, Inc.
day, Oct. 11 at 4 p.m. "Insurance, Real Estate, Mortgage" --- --- --- --
Miss Doubrechet will model
many breath-taking selections Business member All People Democratic Club Best Buys In TownCBS
from her custom designed
w'n be.Fm'to. 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 10380BARON'S

spend Sunday after- -.- I
noon with the Business and
Professional Women. We are beauty. 4-bedroom, 2 bath, Florida, room. Fenc
looking for you. ed. $15,500 total. $500 down, FHA.
NEW HOMESSave
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PRESIDENTIALRACE Money

ON OPEN 3 large bedrooms, 2 bath, garage, Fla. room Open Sunday 2 to 6 p.m. I
Nice CBS 2.bedroom, jalousied porch, dining room, I;
MIKEOpen 651 NW 47th Street garage. $8,500 'total, $300 down, $69 month FHA.
1921 NW 50th Street .
Mike with Hendrlk J. 1835 NW 41st Street -0-
!Berns, will discuss "The Stat-
us of the Presidential Cam- Open 3 to 5 p.m. Corner CBS beauty 2-bedroom, detached! garage, ap-
paign," this Sunday, from 7 too We build, buy land or homes pliances, washing machine. $11,200 total, $350
p.m. Special quests are Jack For Sale 6 large lots down, FHA.Attractive .
Sullivan and Dr. Wolk.
Harry Need ? See Baron Call JE 8-1340
As usual, the program will money ,
come live from the Hampton --o-

House. I -- ---- i I CBS 3-bedroom, 2 bath, dining room.
partly furnished. Extra large lot. $11,000 total $350
Ballet and Tap I
down, $69 month FHA.
At YWCAThe JET TV CLINICHOME -0- I I

Friendship Charity and
Social Club Invites you to attend SERVICE CALLS $1.00 No qualifying for this beautiful CBS 4-bedroom, 2
their Autumn Tea Sun- bath, Florida room, dining room, detached garage.
day lawn, Oct.of the 11 on Range the beautiful Funeral Day or Night I Fenced. $15,000 totaj, $89 month. Reasonable down

Home from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. w. Service All Make of -a-
The public Is cordially In-

vited. HI-FI' and STEREOSw. VA resales 2, 3, 4 bedrooms $100 down

The chairman is Mrs. FrankIe Also Rent
Dunn; co-chairman, Mrs -0-
Eunice Asbury. TV's by the week or month Big selection of income property :
We have many other good buys
Usher President I,., .

HonoredFrank 907 .2nd AVENUEPhone SHELL REALTY, Broker

Wllkens president: of
Senior Ushers of Mt. Zion Baptist FR 4-2044 4260 NW 7th Are. 758-5551 :
Church for 34 years was .
honored by the members. The ---
oldest members of the board
were also honored they are
Mrs. Leila Moo aid Mrs. Ma-

rie Pearson.A delicious. menu'was prepared fWe've Made Our Move Edison Does It AgainFirst

by the tllWSa The Boy
Scouts and ot c Binaries of

lovely the church gifts were were present.received.'Many Now It's Your' MoveDon't Time OfferedOpen


SOCIAL SECURITY take our word, see for yourself. We have Sunday' 3.6 p.m.

many beautiful 2, 3, and 4 bedroom homes as: lowas
r.. .rrrr I 1464 NW 39th Street
$100 down and $65 per.month.
4-bedroom, 2 baths, CBS, fenced, 3 air conditioners,
4.0 --o-- tile roof. Terrazzo floor. This, lovely home being
r Homes open Sunday 2-6 p.m. cold FHA ''total
terms. $15,300 $500 down. No closing
A8.U...ooronnr? 1-780 NW 51st Street 3-bedroom, ,,2 bath, one cost. -

year yOung. Lovely CBS, low down payment. No
Women social security beneficiaries qualifying. Move in now. 339 NW 39th Street
62 years of and. *
age
older who receive checks as 2-6940 NW ftth Avenue 2 CBS houses for 'price Nice 2-bedroom CBS home. Dining room, large kit-

wives or widows, have peen of one. Quiet area, lots of lax di\ $3,000 down, chen, screened porch, wall to wall carpeting.
a 8 kin I ft: Edward P. BlonRton one mortgage low monthly payments. $10,500 total, $250 down, FHA. $75 month. No closing
:; Social Scurlty District
Manager of the Miami North: 3-1171 NW 47t" Street Live rent free large cost.
office, about what and when I CBS 'home ,and cottage, only 5-' years old. $100
they are required to report to I month all. 550 NW 53rd Street. .
the Social Security Administration pay CBS jalousied porch, kitchen equip' til.
garage, ,
4-Rent with 'otttfon to buy. Neat frame house. $20pet"
roof. $350 down, FHA'!, no closing costs.
Mr. Blonston pointed out week fend its" yours
that when an Individual files 5:-93O NW 41.t Street -, Gorgeous 2 large bedrooms 520 NW 45th Street

an application benefits,for he social agrees security to- ,, CBS. fenced vard. superb landscaping.FHA 3-bedroom CBS, Fla. room,. garage, tile roof. $350
report certain events to the $400 down. $75 month. down. FHA, no closing cost.
Administration A woman who WANT A: NEW HOME?
,. .... .
receives wife's benefits Is responsible -+- s. -.. ..
for reporting changes We got Vm. Beautiful 3-bedroom, 2 baths, Florida
In her marital status such as room CBS. Call us 'to see.Call SEE THE FOLLOWING THEN CALL EDISON
fllvorce annulment, or the
death of her husband. Individuals for appointment 1760 NW 45th Street

fits must receiving give widow's bene- 6--Owner must move. Beautiful 2-b droom. 1 bath, Extra large 2-bedroom CBS home. 38 ft. carport.
they remarry.Mr. .notification when FlorM"* room, larcr*;. lot. Total FHA price '11. Only $250 down FHA. $10,500 total. No closing
.t( 000, $350 down, $75 mo'th7'dHurry.; on this one"' cost.
Blonston further stated -
that wives and widows under I,7-Income property 209 NW 41st Street. Gorgeous -
72 must report when they have | duplex bedroom each side. Live in lux- 4401 NW 15th Avenue

earnings from work or self- I j!, ury, rent free, low down payment. EZ terms. 3-bedroom, 2 bath CBS, tile roof. $350 down, FHA.
employment In excess of $1,200a No closing cost. Can be used as duplex. Has two
8 Want
: year. Ito own your own business? Laundry and kitchens.

He also emphasized that failure dry cleaning. lock, stock' and barrel, $3,000
to report changes In mar- total price. You can .l1rn. $500! week. Low down- 335 NW 43rd Street
tial status may have an adverse payment. EZ terms. Don't delay, call us.
monetary effect on 3-bedroom, 2 bath, garage. Attractive large living
monthly payments. It could room. $300 down FHA. No closing cost.
result in an overpayment of Universal Real Estate
benefits, which would have to
he repaid or withheld from EDISON REALTY Realtors
future benefits. If annual earnings ,
in excess of $1200 are Sonny Wright, Registered Broker
not properly reported low of [4600 NW 7th Avenue 751-8642 175 .62nd St. 751-2441
months of benefits in addi "
tion to regular deduction Open 7 day\ la week >-- 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. I : '

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