The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 17, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00185

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42nc YEAR, No. 7 MiAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1964 P 0 NTS ...

TiiIF1 -- 26,406 REGISTERED SINCE '601

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9,992 Register in Registration reached such a Since the Kennedy Nixon 4'
fevered pitch here of late that 'clash the Democrats have gained .
9992 Negroes were registered 52,083 and the GOP, 0,803. "r
Month ,of September Clone during!, the month of
September, Negro Democrats Increased
i Negev voter registration In their voting strength from
Dade has than Dade County voters' roll has 23.(no! t to 50002 making their ia '
County more :
reached all-time high ofCS.183 &
doubled since the I960 presidential campaign an ; ; ;
( an Increase of 60,000 Important factor in the Demo-
f,3 1 r:1C'e.A : o\'er the number eligible forth cratic upsurge
19GO Presidential election
whopping 20,100 names Negro Republicans) moved :?
have been added l to the voter Registration Supervisor down In the !same; period from
registration list since John Claude Brown, who released the I 4,012 to 1033. ( '
Kennedy won by 48,008 votes figures Tuesday said, "It's I : \' .
over Richard Nixon four yearsago about 8,000 more than I expected The surprising increase in r '
." : overall registration indicates; I +, & *
intense interest In the Presidential t ( N
I' Continuous tuL/ thumping by Female voters outnumber contest, Brown said, At ( (r r&V rr
local voter registration (groups males fly 0515. In 1000, the I least 8,000 applications are already -
over the )past years, topped off figure was about even. in for absentee ballots,
by the mammoth effort of he said.
NAACP, COnE and the Urban Tuesday's totals show the l
King to Give Nobel League In the past few weeks Democrats crossing over 400,000for I In Dade County In lOGO 80 ABM.M
have brought: satisfactory, results the first time leading the per cent of the voters went to $v., i, .
from the efforts Involved. Republicans, 400,859 to 62,102. the noils. Brown predicts an
Peace Money to Civil I,equally large percentage this
which would be around

Rights FightDr. ,75,000. "Mt .

Martin Luther King Jr., ----_.._- ... .. -_. -. -.--- .... Jw j j'j
president of the Southern ;r"f': f'f'.J 'I ': : Killer of Chinese I
Christian Leadership Conference II :11
as awarded the 1904 No- \ I"'" Y + ,
:to lo-l-, j Denied New Trial 'M
bel Peace Prize Wednesday for f \
.,- leading In the U. S. civil rights I I"r \\1\
movement.The II Judge Joe Eaton said Tuesday -
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award touched off con- : -: t that police Interrogators
troversy in the United States I 1 1f.l t 7.1' protected: Anthony 'rheodoreBell's
especially in the South where legal; rights ns well as
King has led in non-violent :, t4 1r J''( any attorney could before they 'j
I took his confession of murder-
demonstrations and has suffered J
imprisonment.Dr. I ,, j Ing a Chinese grocer t

King, who recently re- ...... .!: t tr He denied Bell's petition for Fashion Show Sunday
turned from a European tripIs 6F.1.; a new trial on the grounds he I
the lath American and thin' r V --. 't'ft1: L' '' nsked for and didn't get an Ebony Fashion Fair model
to win the award whichis ; '.1i -
Negro attorney before confessing the
r j' ';i. Yolande Toussaint in Jean J JPatou's
worth a tax-free $51,600. At ,'" 'I\t. 't. .. June 23, 1958, shooting of Joe
35, he is one of the youngestto ... "I j ,. .' Jung Deck during a robbery at elegant red and gold ,
win this prize. 1. .. '.:\ : NW 10th St. and 5th Ct. Immediately brocade with an Egyptian )
From his hospital bed in "J : f .. ,. '. .. "\ after the confession horse rider motif, Tho very
Atlanta, King said he was r ,A ....Ali',.1'.1"iJ; ) ". \ i and before any court hearing colorful two-pleco ball gown
"deeply moved f and gratifiedand J 'J,,' ,"O.'. "J. ,''' he (got an attorney of his own has a long ovcrblouso banded I
honored. He is "thoroughly ... .' ,t. choosing. In mink, roll collar and a three-
exhausted," his wife said :;'4(. 'A l ,"'.J! button front closing.! The skirtis
and in need of a physical 1 ;ir: Bell, who h serving life in
slkhtly flared for
o o s
checkup. But learning of the Raiford, came here for the y
award lifted his spirit. Miss Annetta II o w m a n Sylvia Stevens, Mays High I hearing, but was ordered backto mobility.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Junior, will reign as Miss Raiford.
,this This is but a sample of tho
"Every penny
Tames T. Bowman Sr. of South Judge Eaton said Bell waived
Homecoming on Saturday when fabulous wardrobe to be
civil rights
will to the
go Miami, "Miss Carver High" for his right' to challennrp the
movement to further",the workin school term will the Rams meet the Douglas confession modeled by the beautiful Ebony
the 19G 1-65 : by taking advantage ofa
the" philosophy said. of\non-vlo-He called reign over the homecoming Anderson Dragons from Jack- plea of guilty to get life Instead Dade models County on Sunday Auditorium.evening Tho at
lence, King sonville.
Oct. chance
of taking
festivities on Saturday,
the prize a tribute to all who The will be played affair is a scholarship fund)
High game and death
17 when the Carver Jury a penalty
had marched with him, in his Hornets meet the Middleton 8 p.m. at Harris Field I I In benefit for Alpha Kappa Alpha -

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S.1-.' CItizens Rally Monday Oct. 18, Four members of the Alpha planning committee chairman; I 1
2 p.m. in the Miami Beach Kappa Alpha planning committee Mrs Aurora Crawford basI-
Two prominent local attorneys law with offices at C825 N, W. Convention hail leus; Mrs. Bonlta chairman i I
James .W. Matthews_ and 15th Ave. i Local Democrats are prepar- register satisfaction Ebony }.' Northl r; Mrs .
Harold L. Braynon this weeK Matthews is presently serving ing a warm welcome for the after completing plans for Girthta Williams, basileus elect. 4 "
announced the formation of a as Judge iithe city o f Minnesota liberal who Is agreat Sunday's 6 p.m. presentation of Proceeds from the show will
law partnership under the firm Opa-locka. Braynon. formerly favorite among Negroes. the Ebony Fa* at aid In purchasing equipment
name of Matthews and Bray practiced law at 841 NW 3rd AH registered Democrats are Dade County Audltortem. for the school for retarded 1
non for the general practice of Avenue ..._ I I invited to attend this rally. Prom left Mrs Zeola Jones, children. I f
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Civil Service Exams tainment lion of apprenticeship of journeyman's and! rank at- 4 ,x k

;PAIGE SATURDAY OCTOBER: 17 1964 as painter. Examples of dut-
2 AnnouncedHeavy I ies: Erects scafoldlng of ladders -
i or planks; employs swing
Equipment Mechanic. stage equipment for painting
Requirements: Resident of high exterior; spreads canvasor
Prentice-Hall Publishes Dade County for one year pri- cloth over surfaces and objects -
or to date of examination. Age: to prevent paint spattering -
Applicants must have passed ; removes old paint or var-

Biography of Martin King their 25th birthday High school nish by scraping, burning,
: graduation or equivalent edu- sandpapering mixes and
cation. Minimum of five years
"An Honest Portrait Is terms that a child can easily full time paid automation mechanic matches paints, which may be
what Virginia KIrkus calls grasp. experience in mainte- ''highly toxic, varnishes, enam-
Martin Luther King: The Ed Claytonis one of Dr.ling's nance and repair of heavy els, lacquers etc.
Peaceful Warrior, which*Pren- closest associates and trucks, bulldozers, graders, :
machines air Salary: $390 $497.
tice-Hall will publish. Writtenby I the public relations director of ditching compressors
Ed Clayton, noted Negro i ,the Southern Christian Leader- and related constructionand -
and editor, it Is hauling motive and stat-
newspaperman I ship Conference (SCCHe)
Dr. King's official biographyfor has worked ionary equipment. Applicantsmust Isbell
on special writing Hurricane
children, and is illustrated assignments for Life and con- have own hand tools at : San Antonio, Tex. Airman
with full-page pictures by tributed feature articles to the time of employment. Preston Robinson Jr., son of

David Hodges Assoca'ted' Press, the United Examples: Diagnoses, adjusts, Postpones Mrs. Louise Robinson of 10995S.
with Dr. I Press and 'the Associated Negro repairs, and services a wide W. 219th St., Goulds, Fla.,
Beginning, this book describesthe I Press. He has also served as variety of light, medium and Decathlon Ball has completed Air Force basic
editor with Jet, Ebony and
heavy automotive equipmentand
of second-class at Lackland
hardships military training
the Negro Digest. Mr. Claytonwas which includes
machinery, Hurricane Isbell which
citizenship in. the ghettos of born in Louisville, Ky., and draglines, road rollers, bull- AFB, Tex.Airman .
It tells how Dr. Wednes-
the South. King I by-passed Miami on
went to Kentucky State College -. dozers, graders, front-end
was inspired by the great Indian I loaders, ditching machines, air I' day causing high winds and Robinson is being
leader, Mahatma Ghandito compressors, compacting garbage heavy rainfall forced the Decathlon -- assigned to a Strategic Air
David Hodges Is a free-lance well vari- I Command (SAC) unit at Ells-
start' his own "peaceful commercial artist and has trucks as as Club to postpone its
revolution and how nonviolence worked for leading advertising ous types of special duty and annual Coronation of "Miss worth AFB, S. D., for trainingand

became a permanent part of agencies and Hook publishers convential$409 trucks.$522. Decathlon," an event the younger duty as an air policeman.His .
Salary: -
the civil rights movement. The Born in Brooklyn, he attendedthe social set look forward to. unit supports the SAC mis-
Leonardo da Vinci Schoolof
book follows King and the Negro sion of keeping the nation's
Fine Arts and !the Art Stu- Parking Facility Attendant I: I The club has set Wednesday,
movement through the his- dents League. Mr. Hedges now (shift, work). Requirements: Oct. 21 as the date for this gala intercontinental missiles and
toric March on Washington in lives in St. Albans, N. Y. Resident of Dade County for affair. All tickets purchasedfrom Jet bombers on constant alert
one year prior to date of ex-
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-I amination. Applicants must members ami contestants a grad-
I have passed their 18th birthday will be ,honored at this time. uate of Mays High School.

NAACP PLANS TO PUSH ,their but 36th must birthday.not have at reached time- ..,IIIt

SCHOOL INTEGRATIONVERO Minimum examination.Education of Ninth and grade Experience.Edu-: I I Lincoln Fields Apartments

cation 'plus current Florida
BEACH The driver's license.. 20-40 corrected 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
NAACP branch here has calledon John McMinn Wins vision In both eyes and the
the association's state unit ability to distinguish hues of .
for assistance in spearheadinga Merit AwardJohn red, green and brown. Examples -
drive to integrate schools in Alhanee McMinn Jr., 12, : Determines that driv- Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartment
Indian River County. son of Mr. and Mrs. McMinn, ers receive a time-stamped Offering Many Features
The decision to call for out-I 4867 N.\W.\ 29th Ave., who asa ticket upon entering the garage -
: determines duration ofparking FREE GAS FREE CITY WATERTile
side help came as a result of sixth grader at Bethune -
time at exit computesthe
nn announcement that the local Elementary was named Mr.
Bethune parking fee and the amount Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove
school board's plan for integration Elementary has received -
due cash
would notbe a merit award from the ; operates a registerand
probably Newly Painted Venetian Blind
gives receipt for
ready before January. Dairy Council of South Florida. money
The council has a continuing collected Salary: $279 $354. Washing Machin.* Laundry Rooms
The NAACP stated that it program to :honor achievementsof
Free Parking Auto hot water reater
that the
could not assume school age; young people in Painter: Resident of Dad e
hoard "will devise a plan of Dade County. County for a period of one Fere Garbage Disposal
integration acceptable to the" One of John's achievementsat year prior to date of exami-
county's Negro communities.: Bethune was winning the nation. Applicants must have CARETAKERS ON PREMISES
In a resolution passed by Library Reading Club award passed their 21st birthday, but
the NAACP executive boardthe lite read 45 books in three must not have reaohed their 0 -
association warned that weeks and passed his review of 50th birthday. Graduation from
"to sit until an Integration' them with i flying colours. A 9th grade and a minimum of 4 Rat..
plan is presented to the public piano student since age five, four years full time paid experience Weekly
Is to wait too long.
he won a year's scholarship in
as painter, in wide $14.50 1-bedVoom $18.50 2-bedroom Apt.
"Therefore," the resolution music theory and piano to the
continued, "we find it neces- Fine Arts Conservatory, The variety of work Including Office
sary Ito ask civil rights leadersto Mr. Bethune Elementary award building surfaces, furniture Renting open every day Phon. OX 1-8862
come to Gifford to help us was for all-round excellenceand and equipment: plus comple-

devise a proposal which best citizenship. He now is a I,r ........ .. ... ................... ...... .. .........,... ......... ..... ....._...-..._.. -
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Just to the entire county." The Dairy Council is interested ....., ..t.H"".. \', : : U
Arthur Lee Henderson in achievers In many fields. Eu3 .)' : : J\ EVERYONE IS PAING !:R
NAACP branch president, said : Nominations may be made to u > 0
that education: experts will Mrs. Ruth B. Kassewitz, P. O. ,
draw up an Integration plan to Box 346, Coconut Grove Station ui :\ ; HIS HOME r M:
present to the school board Miami 213 k INSURANCE
before the end of November. n :o'C. ,:1 "".' I '*..'
The NAACP also urged the 1 :
school board to hold public yt WITH -

is meetings proposed.on the plan when it A new approach CONSULTATION to treatment I::; :j': +f "' THE EARL CARROLL :1 11i j

and medication based
on spec-
Beauticians allied blood and laboratory '

Oct. 26th testa. l_ I\ Insurance Inc- '

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PRICES at: Dade and Broward Counties' First Colored Agency )

1' Specializing in artistic arrangements in SUPPORT THIS AGENCY riN i !

for all occasions n Who Someday May
''lt Employ Your Child
5260 NW 32nd Avenue Phone 6341087What l Insurance Acceptable on VA and FHA Homes ti


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1 you a you can call us to write

About Wigs? eU 21! MONTHLY PAYMENTS ARRANGED Your Insurance AUTOS !

ltd Dade County Phones: 379-7603
Why not consult your beautician? C t SR- 22's Filed
ui 379-7604

Your beautician can give you the true Gci Monday Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 pom HereChurches I

story. After all who should know tJ. Broward County: 923-9547

better than your beautician? alt c; WHEN BUYING YOUR NEW HOME, BE SURE TO TELL YOUR MORTGAGE

OCTOBER 26 ISLAND CLUB ; -- ;: .c.; :

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I 1 THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. Munnings Brings f

Cat and Fiddle Show

Civil Rights Progress To Knight famous Freddie BeatThe Mun-

nlngs Cat and Fiddle Show of

Here To Be AiredFour Nassau, Bahamas, will appearat
the Sir John Hotel Knight

Beat October 10 17 18.
, I prominent civic lead will be moderated by radio

ers will highlight a report on I personality Larry King. Frederick Alfred Munnlngs,
Civil Rights Progress In Dade ney Donaldd Wheeler Jones twill 10, started 'his career as an
County in a meeting Wednesday interpret the Civil Rights Act
at 8 at the Everglades amateur vocalist on shows at
p.m. of loot during the meeting.A .
Hotel. the Capitol Theater. Then hft
I I I large number of local moved to the Snider Web| now
I The report will encompassthe businessmen and civic leaders the Junkanoo Club where he-
community's accomplishments are expected to attend the sang with Rudy Williams and
In civil rights with meetIng to learn more about became one of the most popu-
.j ticular emphasis on the fields Dade's noteworthy program in lar male vocalists In Nassau.He .

of education housing, public civil rights. The area is recog-
accommodations and employment nized nationally for its quiet, moved! with Williams to-
non-violent the Sliver during the
Leaves YMCA Post ANCHORAGE, Alaska!' -Air- Speaker will include Mrs. rights problems.approach to civil forties and continued to delight ?
man First Class Leroy E. Jane Roberts, chairman of the audiences with his musical
Calvin C. Hughes, Executive Taylor, son of Mr and Mrs. Dade County School Board; The meeting Is sponsored by ability.He .
Secretary of the G. W. Carver Samuel Taylor of 16131 NW Martin Fine, chairman of the the American Jewish Committee Joined the Police Force
Branch Y.M.C.A. takes leave 18th place, Opa-locka. Fla. is Miami Housing Authority; and is coordinated by Mar- and played in the Band for
from the movement to Join home on a 54 day furlough. Paul Walker, president of shall Wise, program chairman. two years under Sgt. George
The President's Task Force on Richards Department Stores Foster.
War Against Poverty.Mr. Airman 1-c Taylor graduated and State Chairman of the National I The general public is invit-
from Miami Northwestern Civil Rights Advisory ed to attend. Refreshments Freddie was slated to succeed -
Hughes has been appointed in 1958 and the USAF
Joined will be served and a $1.00 admIssion Foster when he resignedthe
Director of Education 7 1002. He received his Committee and Dr. George
April charge will be made. Force and returned to the
In the State of Maryland and basic training at Lackland Simpson member of Dade's Reservations may be made by Silver Slipper and Rudy Williams' -
will be responsible the development AFB Texas. Because of his Community Relations Board band. Williams left the
calling the American Jewish
coordination! and outstanding ability In the field club but Freddie carried the
supervision of the Educational of business, Airman Taylorwas The panel-type discussion Committee, FR 3-4749. band to greater popularity.
Program under the office of assigned to Uuslness ad-
Economic Opportunity. ministration.May During the mid-forties Munnlngs -
Johnson, Core Registration, entered the New Eng-
Bill Miles Praised'
Hughes leaves the Y.M.C.A. 12, 1962 he was sent to Vo er Registration, NAACP, land Conservatory of Music
movement after nine years of Amarilla Tex., to learn the duties II and South Dade County Political and studied piano, orchestration -
service with the Washington, and functions of an adminIstrative For Registration ,/f Action League groups, who and<<: voice culture for two
D. C. Association and the specialist. He have labored to get eligible years. Hs: also holds a diploma -
Miami Association graduated In September of the WorkWhen r in orchestration from the
same year and received his citizens on the books to vote UnIversity of Chicago and ahlg'her
IMr. Hughes is a native of first assignment at Elmendorf during the recent drive. They local certificate of
Ocala. A graduate of Nor t h AFB, Anchorage Alaska wherehe Miles, Richmond the activities Heights of civic Bill also distributed literature and music (theory) from Trinity
Carolina College, Catholic Uni- ,
to 5040th( College London.
assigned ,
religious youth leader were put on hundreds of bumper
versity and Springfield College .
Cam GP While
Hg Sg.
i brought to the attention of stickers.
As! a Businessman, throughhis
he endeavored in clerical duties
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and I Thomas F. Fleming, Jr., Florida personal appeal and hard
publication requisitions -
Eastern Stars {od! for all sections in Cam. State Raines chairman Johnson of the Presidential;Lyndon He lives at 1482 Polk Street, and work Fiddle, Fredle out pulled of the the clutchesof Cat

Workshop in GP Hg Sg. Campaign Committee, Fleming Richmond Heights, with his repeated failures and has

On Oct. 1, 10G3 he was pro- said "this is another exampleof wife, Mrs. Evelyn Broady-Mlles, made It the most successfulclub
Panama City moted to A2C. the dedicated leadership of and their three children. He of its kind In the Bahamas -

Bethlehem Grand Chanter: After a two year absence young Negro citizens throughout is director of the Youth Religious He has a chain of nightclubs
Florida at this crucial In Nassau, Blminl and
from home Airman Taylor Is
order of Eastern Stars of Florida time." program of the First Uni- Grand Bahama.'
and Jurisdiction Inc working truly \glad to be home. He will
tarian Church and employed as
under protection of most leave for Langley AFB in VIr- Miles is one of the more enthusiastic Last year the Florida A and
worshipful Union Grand Lodcre ginia after his furlough here. and dependable credit manager and clerk at M University band went to

of Masons of Florida! mat Saturday workers in the Young Demo- the Ideal Insurance Agency, Nassau in response to his invitation -
Sept. 20 In Panama crats and Young Citizens for 1457 N. W. 30th Street, Miami. .

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ship-training Administrative < \1 > ..
Instruction Improvement of .6" ,
cummlnatlve "
processing and
skills. The< theme was Empha- /
sis; OER!;: Challenge Responsibility \

Understanding.The t: <
meeting was opened at
n a.m. Rev 1. D. Hlnson pas- kq4 5 9' _
tor of Bethel AME Churoh of Y <<
devotions Tallahassee, was In charge of .

The meeting was attended by _
101 matrons, patrons and oth- 'U
er officers from Miami to .-...... 0
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Pensacola. e rL ............ M. ,;i'.t p.NEWCAR
Mrs. Apple McCrec, Grand
Associate Conductor of Bethlehem -

Worthy Matron Grand of Chapter Queen Ester and
was Wise!' chairman No. 25 of of Panama Hostess Chap-City, ,

ter, Mrs. McCree and the chap _
ters of the area did a swell returned I
Dr Harry Sweetng We've the !
job of entertaining. She did home from a long vacation In got cure
in her to see
everything power
the East. While away Dr.
that everybody ws hanpv. We
had plenty of food and drinks. a Sweeting guest of was Mr. and in Washington Mrs. Ballet,, A low-cost, easy-payment car loan from
the In
Everyone enjoyed day at the Statler Hilton Hotel in Lincoln National
Panama City.
I I. Washington. While in Washington -
Mrs. Viola Hill grand as- he toured the White IJt->use
poclato Matron, presented the from 10 a.m. to noon And from 1. Shop around for the car you want.
Grant' Worthy Matron. Mrs. C. there, with his guest visited
B. Nelson Daniels who madea Arlington Cemetery to view the Bring us the make, model and price
pre rotation to the> chairmanof of the late President J.
the hostess committee, Mrs. F. Kennedy While there Dr. 2. We will okay your loan quicklyand

Charlotte Ford Clark of Miami Sweeting was asked to give a with no red tape. Our I loan ,
received a wonderful gift. 'prayer at the grave. In his
The next workshop will be prayer he paid honor to the policy is very liberal we wantto
held In! Ocala Sept 1905. late President and stressed make loans
Among those present were that his blood had not been

Rudolph ter: Rev. Bradley T. A. ,Rolle Grand, Grand Mas- spilled In vain. U y 3. Interest can be at low as 4!/,% on

Patron; C. B. Nelson Daniels, Dr. Sweeting returned to a new car, and payments for a."I'm .
Grand Worthy Matron: Hat- New York where he toured the
tie M Tyson. MaHle Walker, World's Fair and spent two J. D. Mack, head long as 36 months the lowest {

Grand Reporter, Tampa. days at the Florida Showcase, teller. Just come in and payments possible. We also make
Other matrons from Dade shaking hands and talking to
County attending were Ellen different people about Florida. ask for me. and I'll be loans on used cars up to S years

Taylor :Marv Monroe, Mlrrilla While there he visited the glad to help you." old.
Owlford, Gertrude attlmore, Vatican Exhibit and other sites .
Eloulse!; Brown Louise Payne of interest.Dr. .
and :Maggie Davis. .iLINCOIAN
Abyssinia. Sweeting Baptist also visited Church the NATIONAL BANK

New ProgramFor where Adam Clayton Powell Is OF MIAMI
pastor. After the service Dr.
Negroes Sweeting talked very brefly Flnt fully Integrated bank In the entire Southeast U

Berns Open will Mike discuss and Hendrlk"A New J. with Congressman Powell. He tright here In the Edison Financial Center r
of Mr. and Mrs. I
the guest
Program For Negroes Sun- 6013
7th avenue Phone 759-4431
Kline at No. 12 J o h n
day night, from 7 to {9 p.m. Harry
Special guests will be Blanche Street where he was their guestat I Ibo
Calloway and Arthur Osman. the New HohTheresa.. Dr. ....... fcwrti 9i30...2 fm 16n.,,T..*,.W.4. Go4 Th ....order to
will Prt$i30 .2 and 5 .I otto Sot. .
As usual, the program be opwt em pm pm ins 9 am ftOOft.w
Sweeting gays! ho'" glad to
come live from the Hampton
House. back home. _

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Editor must say a word or !two of congratulationsto Broward .

Y the Rev., Martin Luther King who, on Wednesday,, ,
was honored with the coveted ((1964)) Nobel Peace Prize County

for his leadership in the, United States Civil Right's Move-
ment. :f
One has only to recall one of the outstanding eventsin
the life of this great American the March on Wash CyWalter '
JL B. BIGI8MT7ND REEVE, Editor and P bU h r
GARTH c. RE1 VEB. Managing Editor ington.The Bowe
Miami Times is pleased to offer congratulations
Member of the National Newvpaper Publishers Avsodatftoo This honor is well deserved and could not have !been bestowed !! ==::::I

SUBSCRIPTION RATES upon a more worthy person The Star Light Lodge No..
WB YEAR $Loo SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $1.00 Dr. "King is the third Negro to receive the Nobel 542 will meet Friday night Oct.
-- Peace Prize. 1G, at 8 p.m. All members
Entered M Second Class Matter\ August 9, 1927 at the Post Officr be at the
present -
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 This year, with the honor goes $54,600 .and It's tax \please hall on Pembroke Rd.
Downtown Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR S-CKW Congratulation Fort Lauderdale -
Main Office at 6T40 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1OU1IT'S SCHOOL INTEGRATIONMetro It has been brought to
the attention of this renorfer!
a headquarters was officiallyopen
LYNDON JOHNSONThe Community Relations Board's education com by the Honorable Hayden
mittee made an interesting report this week on Dade Durns Sept. 20, at GIG N. W.
Miami Herald, on Tuesday, endorsed President County's schools. 9th Ave. It Is wonderful to
Lyndon Johnson for re-election on November 3. This is a know the support this county
Integration is in its sixth
now year, and 4,855 Negroes and especially Ft. Lauderdaleare
:switch for the basically Republican Herald which has and 51,658 whites are enrolled in 51 schools. The giving. A new daY in the
usually endorsed the GOP candidate report does not cover the current year. making, Get Out And Vote.

In its editorial the paper said. Faculties were integrated at 24 schools by assigning The funeral l of Mrs. Annie
"This is a break with The Herald's consistent support white teachers to Negro schools. Four Negro schools have Golden of 915 Pembroke Rd,
of Republican candidates, for presidents, even thoughwe integrated clerical staffs. was held) Saturday Oct. 10, atf..lrd
regard ourselves as politically independent, 'The report was developed with the assistance of \\ Chapel. She left to
Orrle Smith and
mourn a son ,
"Each choice has been made, we firmly believe, in Supt. of Schools Joe Hall and the. cooperation of prin- three sisters, Willie Mae, Ma-
un: effort to identify the abler man. In this instance we cipals of the schools.It lone, Josephine Stubbs.

find President Johnson better qualified and better equip- makes interesting reading. While it is a long way The Broward County Beauticians
ped to lead, the nation than Senator Barry Goldwater. from total integration, much progress has been made and are thanking everyone
"It is not' however, an entirely happy choice." Dade County has set, ,a pattern in school integration that who attended their Anniver-
other counties and states could benefit by emulating. sary last Sunday at New Ma-
The editorial is lengthy, but very interesting. It cedonia Baptist Church In West
points out what we might call pros and cons in both President Hollywood. Again Unit No. 30
Johnson and Senator Goldwater, leaving the odds CONVENTIONThe Thank, You.

heavily in favor of President Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Abble Days are
61st t meeting of the General Convention of the thanking each and
Following are the two last paragraphs in The Her everyone
ald's editorial Episcopal Church, the Rt. Rev. Arthur Litchenberger, who attended the Tea at their
: Presiding Bishop, opened its two-week session on Tues home last Sunday Oct. 11.
"He Is in the mainstream of American thoughts,
in St. Louis.
not in an eddy churned up by one of the radicalisms whichour day On Sunday afternoon at 3
history always rejects.We Among important matters for consideration is electing o'clock Mrs. E. J. Clark will
a successor to the Presiding Bishop who is retiring because be one of the speakers at the
think, then, that Lyndon Johnson WOULD BE a of ill health. Temple In Danla. Those wish-
good president because he HAS PROVEN TO BE a good Ing transportation may con-
Among those- for nomination to this high office is
tact Mrs. Leola McCoy, Taber-
president of a country enjoying unparalleled' prosperityand the well known Bishop of the Diocese of South Florida, nacle Baptist Church, 25th St.
a visible peace. We urge his election/ the Rt., Rev. Henry I. Louttit. West Hollywood. Mrs. Helen

We have a great respect for James Knight and the The first joint session of Bishops, Deputies and Women Watson sponsor; Bro. Z. N.
Herald and ,are happy he did not. attempt to try to make was held on opening day to hear the report of the reporter.
Miamians go along with Barry Goldwater. National Council.

On Wedneday there was an Ecumenical dinner. The Dugie's Guest HouseThe

HOMETOWN PAPER 'AGAINST MILLERThe final,; session takes place October 23
house of unusual rooms

Niagara Falls Gazette, the largest newspaperIn Open 24 hours NE 4-3851
William Miller's home county, on Tuesday endorsed Ye Editor made a visit' to Ft. Lauderdale and Pom-
President Lyndon Johnson and Hubert, Humphrey for the pano Beach on Tuesday. He accepted the invitation from Seeing is BelievingSee

election, leaving Republican vice-presidential candidate Fr. Theodore Jones and Mrs. Jones and really enjoyed it. us for clean rooms
Father Jones is now serving two churches
Miller out in the cold. Jamaica Dugie always a
This was the first time in its 110-year history that Christopher at Fort, Lauderdale and St. Phillips at Pompano -
Beach. At the latter friend
a new air-conditioned church
this endorsed Democratic presidenial candidate.The .
paper a
is under construction and at Fort Lauderdale, a vicarage 2941 NW 47th St. MiamiBeauticians.
Gazette said "Mr. Miller has somehow becomethe ,
: Is being built, and a new church is among plans being
victim of unwise campaigning.. considered.The .

"He has acquired a reputation for hitting below the Jones' are quite enthused over possibilities for
belt politics, not. ,an attractive image (earned or unearned the new work. "

) for one who aspires to the vice-presidency." Ft. Lauderdale is now quite a city. Numerous new Oct. 26th

homes are occupied and many are under construction.
Pompano, too, shows much improvement. Island Club! .
Speaking Tuesday at the 30th annual Governor's .

Conference in San Antonio, Texas, Governor Farris Bryant -
said Civil Rights was an issue of the past and pre-
dicted President Johnson will overwhelmingly defeat A
Senator Barry Goldwater on issues concerning the future. ,

Governor Bryant and Governor John Connally of
Texas predicted a Johnson victory, although the Democrats -
have a fight on their hands in Florida, but Governor
Bryant sees President Johnson winning Florida by a narrow -
margin. 'v >
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6,000,000 VOTE?

The national campaign for Negro registration has SFASNIONWIGS
been quite a success. Late reports show that there are
now more than five and. one-half million registered in 34
II states' and the District of Columbia, and there will be

, more on the books before November 3.

, Credit must .cro to the National Association for the
Advancement' Colored, People and the National, Urban
1 League.

, Local organizations are to be commended for without
them such success could not have been attained.

1 I Registration is the biggest job. Now the important aa ta
finishing of, the job is to get as many of these' millionsto PRICES
, ,"the polls in November as possible.

: Negroes are becoming vote-minded At long last they EFFECTIVE UNTILNOVEMBER

are realizing the> value of the ballot and voting. BecauseIn 1st
; order to boast of being a first class citizen one must

participate in elections and other* citizenship duties.A Use our lay-a-way plan '.
, voteless people' is a hopeless people
In many states .voting rights have been denied Ne- '
groes. But the times have changed and wo have changed 1A

with, them. Vote,Nov- 3. -

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. I can't imagine why you Controversial Race gro blue singer, Beasta Smith
I should do such an awful who is hurt in an automobile
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, ISM PAGE 5 thing as setting a fire. Especially Drama to Play UM I accident and bleeds to death
so In the school that means because an all-white hospitalIn
so much to you. In school you Ring Theatre"The a Southern town refuses to
I learn to read and write and Death of Bessie Smith", admit her
other things that will make the controversial Edward Al- The plot and Its characters,
you a real man. bee's drama of segregation Lllindl y-prejudiced whites and
I Do know anything about and the strained emotions humbled Negroes, paint a por-
you YMCA which come with bigotry, will trait of a modern problem
Boy Scouts and organi-
zations? open a three-day run at the plaguing America today.
University of Miami's R t'n" g Tickets are now on sale at
I If you don't, 1ry and find Theatre on Oct. 29 at 8:15: p.m. the Ring Theatre box office.
out, they can help you aplenty Albee, considered by many Reservations for the play's
and I nm sure you will drama critics as one of the three nights Ot. 29-31 may be
I like them. bright young playwrights In made by calling 001-2511; ext.
'TWAS '.....lInl.H loss this VOTER: REGISTRATION I I American theatre today, received 2787. Special rates may be arranged
week with the death of Sa- drives certainly paid off in Setting fire, stealing and great acclaim, in 1960 for theatre parties.
mantha Edwards Dunbar and Dade County. Registration for I I other such acts only lead to for his story of a famous Ne- Curtain time is 815.:
Charles Drew Elementary the November 3rd general elec- I! destruction. [ .
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School. You might remember tion has reached an all time Sincerely, -
"Samantha as the girl with the high of 403,183. What's important I' Boys Friend ANNIVERSARY SALE
olden voice. Funeral services now I Is that we get
will he held In Tallahassee out and vote. CENTER BEAUTY CHEST
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Jolly Friends ClubThe
MT2DICAI AUXILIARY to to Dr Martin Luther King, Celebrating, its First Anniversary under the new ..... )
the Dade County Academy of
winner of the IOG1 Nobel
Medicine met at the home of : Peace Prize. Dr. King will receive Jolly Friends Social and management of Mrs. Hannah R. King
Lugusta Colston on 1 the Civic Club will meet on Sat- SPECIAL SALE OCTOBER 19-31
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urday night, Oct. 17 at 8 o'clock
Viva Coleman Is the new diploma and the cash prize of at the home of Mrs With a complete linlnlo or Hluinipoo and IHTNM, you will
president. i about 51000. This makes us'CI'Y pace
Williams, 5722 NW 23rd
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GIHII SCOUT Troop No. .177 for business and recreation.
entertained with a Parents' Tea I HAPPY BIRTHDAY1xheJ, Members are urged to be Yes, FHKIC. Your choice of conditioner:
on Sunday; afternoon at DunUar are extended to Lewis Rlake II .
Dullard j present. Mrs. Bertha Lewis, is Steam Cap Wrlla CholesterolPurtex
and Eddie
Bryant and Theodore Robinson on president! .
Hot Oil Oil .
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TIIK ALTAR GUILD of the I M. Jackson, Oct. 10: E. U. I NoticeDear CALL OX 1-8521
Timmons Oct. 20
Church of the Incarnation ; Anthony
presented a set of vestmentsand George Jr., 21; Doretha Payne, I Members, VTifi
a lovelv pair of bookendsto 23 and on the 21th, to Anna- Please take noticethat a
Father Theodare Jones. bell Harris and Ella Wyche. meeting of the general membership -

8INCKKR SYMPATHY: To I MIAMIANS: on the HrthnncCJQQkman Branch!' of NAACP the Liberty will be City held' SHOW TIME AT THE

Irene Newsome In the loss of football squad:: 'this at Alt Tabor Baptist Church
her husband, John. Services year include Frank Portier, Sunday October 19, 1001, at
were held in Pelham, Ga. ',I I son Alphonso, Richard Town Washington ell. Allen, WllI Eugene -- IJ o'clock, for the purpose of PARISIAN ROOMNW

BESSIE<: <: AVILLIAMS in the Clapp, Larry Little Fleri electing n nominating commlt-
loss of her nephew. i I nard Hums a n d Carlton ice.: 79th St. anU 7th Ave.

KLIZAIlimi JACKSON I I Bethel. Please plan to attend Friday Saturday Sunday October 16 17 and 18
Richard: ) II. Powell, president ,
who is in Tallahassee HOWARD UNIVERSITY' officials ;
attend- -
Rosa GarvIn Vanilla, Williams, mistress of ceremonies
ing the funeral of her brother.ANGKRLITKR will visit Miami }Dec ]18 I secretary
testing students for $100,000 I Starring

the loss of her brother COOPER Em-in worth Each scholarship of merit I Is scholarships.$1,100 !for ACE to MeetThe Cecil Mincy The 5 Qivettes -. Althea! Brown

mett Felder who will be fun- 1 four years October 21 meeting of heavyweight blues singer
erallcd from Mt. Zion Baptist Association for Childhood Education Featuring the new sounds of
I ixnTJ' TO the who
will lo held in
Church Friday afternoon. I pot fire to a class room In Hialeah Senior High Auditor- Stan The Man and The Kings

HimRIlT ..J.CJSON'of the Lily C. Evans School. i 7.:<0 p,m. Dessert will bo served 2 shows nitely 1 a.m. 3 a.m.
Public! Hounsing Administration Dear Little Kerlow: in the school cafeteria pri- Early show Sunday Admission $1.25

was down from Atlantafor I am writing this because I or to the meeting Guest speak :
a quick business trip dur- am interested in you and all er will IAJ Dr Ira Gordon, outstanding NO TABLE CHARGE
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of Pittsburgh's playing much of the way but r-Jla-I-J.
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up with plenty of running to his tally and sophomore Bob EiWflY FASWWi :FMRA
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Blonston, manager of the Y b !tr? op
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person must include s?'>
FAMU Crushes Bethune Cookman clal security, along with sayings OCT. 18,
insurance, government' 1964
Football Schedule bonds, etc.Many 600 P. M.
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Lee King 18 of 1575 N.W. 49th
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W. F. pastor Rev. J. B. Blacknell. pastor
Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor Savoy
PAGE 10 SATURDAY; OCTOBER 17, 1964 6895 NW 14th I ve. Bert Cooper, reporter
Tonight (Friday) the Rev.
Ernest Williams and congrega- This Sunday Is "Laymen's With the remodelling of St.
Sunday," for the morning ser-
tion of New Bethel Baptist
James foremost In the minds of
vice, we will have two guest
Church will render service at laymen, who will speak on the boards, clubs, auxiliaries and
Temple in behalf of Woman's topic, "The Exeperience of members the r e is a tight
Day The time is 8 o'clock. All Tithing." 'They will be Mr. calendar of activities pendingfor
are invtted. Cook of the Berea Seventh Day the near future.

The youth chorus will rehearse Adventist Church and Mr. Van- On Sunday the A. J. Reddick
Saturday from 4 to 5 derbrook of the Pinecrest Pres- Board will celebrate its annlversaryS -
asked to cooperate byterian Church. Willie
pm Parents are pm. Sunday. Mr. -
by sending their children At 730: p.m., the Adult Choir Scott, president of this boardis
p on time. will present a delightful even- expecting a large: turnout.
ing of music. Mrs. Ursula Higgs
The Male Chorus, Deacon R. will be the chairman of this Choir No. 2 with Sherman
Hepburn, director, will cele- wonderful program.We Cummings as president, will
brate its third anniversary celebrate its anniversary on the
Sunday at 3 pm. This group thank Rev. S. A. Cousin, fourth Sunday, Oct. 25.
has done a commendable job in choir and congregation of Anti-
supporting; the church work. och Baptist Church, who cameto The captains' for Woman's'
An elaborate' program is being us last Tuesday evening. It Day will be selling chltterling
prepared] for the occasion. The is good to have 'these inspiring dinners again .(this Saturday. Be
public is Invited. fellowship of churches.We sure to be on time for a
will observe our church's delicious dish of this strictly
The Rev A D. Hall and Southern delicacy. Last Satur-
congregation! of Eebenzer Methodist : 16th anniversary during the day many missed out when
Church will render an first week of November. For the !group sold out early. The
after-service at Temple Sun- ithelr fine planning and workwe price is 100.
is Invit- thank the anniversary committee -
day night. The public i
Womans At New whose chairman is Mrs. The third Sunday coming up
Day ed.Friday, Oct. 23, is the date Naomi Smith, and Mrs. Rhoda is Youth Day when youths of
for the "Trip Around The Lowe, co-chairman. the church will be in charge of
World." Bus will leave the song service, etc. So you see,
Philadelphia Church church at 7:45: pm. Make your Sunday Is a "Wig day' at your
reservation in time MT. CALVARY friendly church.

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f- :.w.. Ti", 1F Jf S. Atchison pastor In about
1 ,, : ( fi: boasting our ser-
,''"; j.'; b.-'t .Y' 'J ": '".,.;0<;, ,.'y,'.... ', ST. LUKE CHURCH I Constance Carter, reporter vices and activities let us not
4 forget those who ill and
:t ,;ii: I Mr. B. Green reporter On behalf of the entire JunIor not able: to attend 'these activities -
i ., I Church, we would like to
P .
": '. Rev. W. Williams, pastor
.'\', thank each and everyone who
'i I Dinners will be on sale Sun- helped to make our Tea a suc
1 day, Oct 18 after service in be- cess. Thanks are also given to THE INCARNATIONThe
i half of the Woman's Day drive. those who desired to attend but
i j The No. 2 Usher Board will be were! somehow unable. Episcopal Churchmen of
r fhd \ ': in charge. Everyone Is askedto The No. 4 Usher Board will the Incarnation are making
"?;. .. . 1 stop by the dining area. celeWrate their third anniver- great plans for their 8th Annual
4 .r;
: ) States Tea under the leader-
I; 18. This la
Oct. at 3
sary p.m.
;, ,) .g-:;' j You are cordially Invited to
1" (, that ship of their dynamic president,
q 9pt. )f I ." one way ( you can
"' '' l. the First Fall Tea sponsoredby
r k \\{ .l .: Mrs. Frazier Bradley. You
..'tt' I '. "f your appreciation to them
,.' .3 a. the Woman's Day Committee -
... i Don't let them down for afford to miss this affair -
'"ig35, .,' /J ;.,.'. ';." :' ii.1' ,\ Sunday Oct. 18, 4-6 p.m. at expecting you. so plan now to attend.
1790 NW 55th St. Donation $1.00
a a: .,.6y ''',,'.. if< Visitors are always welcome. I The time and place: The
1. (t ., it.;. "',,t' Sunday, Oct. 25 we will observe This church opens very wide Church of Incarnation, 1835
9 .t. ....' 1rYW.:,.","; ".>'Cl....;-- ,. our annual Woman's Day. Its doors like welcoming arms NW 54th St., Sunday, Nov. 15
4 < .: :. ,;; "r 11 The program committee has and invite! you in, for this is at 4 pm.BAHA'I.

,, '! ,)t { prepared a wonderful program. your Father's House.
1(t'<, .' ', "',;..L.)..'t.'ii, : ".1 They have chosen a dynamic
"::...' kaJp'.b, ..t 4 t" speaker for the morning service ASSEMBLYMiss
L ( ;": W';:'"". '. ; '.'.' .': ; ::, l... Rev. Sims, pastor of New Hope
M. B Church. The theme for utive director of JESCA
ConventionThe and
I the day, "Faith is the Victory vice chairman of the Baha'l

Morning Speaker\ Evening Speaker That Overcomes The World." National Truth of Life Assembly United of Miami will chaira

J Hear ye! Hear ye! In case I Mrs. Sims is Bible Expositor For the evening there will be Church and Light Spiritual Science vance.sponsored Nations by Week the Bahal's obser-
service. Mrs. Mary John- and Association, Inc.
you haven't heard Sunday at' wife of the Rev. W. E Sims, song son, narrator. Mrs. Annie B. will hold its 22nd Annual Con- of Greater Miami, and to be
New Philadelphia Baptist Is held 7:30
Woman's Day. Much activity pastor of New Hope Missionary Sullivan, general chairman. vention the week of Oct. 18 to at the:Alcazar p.m. Sunday Hotel Cth, Oct.and 18
Baptist Church. the 25th at
has gone toward making this Being St. James Baptist
first wife of one of the city's lead- Church, 323 NW 14th St. Bscayue Blvd.
our Day success-
ing ministers should BEREA BAPTIST Joel Newman, prominent attorney
ful. qualify Mrs. Sims to spew There will be three sessions who is a past presidentof
Slated as morning speakerfor authoritatively to all women 5770 NW 15th Ave. YMCA daily, morning, afternoon and the Miami Beach Chapter,
the 11 o'clock service is about Woman's Day, for we Rev. Joseph Toles, pastor evening. The night program American Association for the
popular church affairs speaker feel that through her unique Truly the Lord has blessedus will feature a different speaker United Nations, will speak. The
experience she hold at each meeting, well known public is cordially invited to
Mrs. Gloria Braynon Robinson can high here at Berea. And we are attend -
Mrs. Robinson is a well I the cause of womanhood. (thanking our many friends for in the community. Refreshments will be
known Miamian, having attended helping us make this growing The public is invited to all served and admission and parkIng -
the public schools of Mrs Sims Is Bible Expositorof church a successful one. of the sessions and programs. are free.
this city. She has attended Tal- !the Home :Missions, general I
ladega College and presently director of the Young Sunday was our communion
'teaches in !the Dade Public Women's Auxiliary and the day, which was a very high BARON'S NEW
School System at her old alma secretary' of the Young Women and spiritual one. Our pastor II HOMESSave
mater, Booker T. WashingtonHigh Department of the Seaboard brought the message and he Money
School.A Association. spoke from the depth of his
heart. 3 large bedroom., 2 bath, garage, Fla. room
dynamic and prolific Mrs. Doris Miller Is chairman
speaker can best describe the talented' Mrs. Braynan. her dent of the Pastor's Aid Mis-
Certainly apreciatIon to all 1921 NW 50th Street
sion wishes to thank all the
the ladies of this community 'the women for cooperating
cannot afford to stay away with her in helping to Uring members for meeting with her 1835 NW 41st Street
and miss what Mrs. Robinson the program into reality Co- on Sunday evening. We thank Open 3 to 5 p.m.
will so eloquently tell them. chairman, Mrs. Margaret Mil Rev. O. Sample for he
ler had message gave.
to pinch hit for Mrs.
Bringing up the evening Doris Miller in helping to organize For Sale: 6 large Iota
program at 7:30 p.m.. and will the We are asking all our many Need ? See Baron
program due to serious friends to come out and visitus. money Call JE 8.1340
prove none the less appetizingwill
sickness of the latter's
We have service here
be the Mrs. Lucille Sims. mother, Mrs. Thomas. every
Sunday and everyone Is wel-
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{I come come worship

Men's Day at ST. PAUL AME CHURCH I with us.Morning. Now Open ,on Wednesdays

rAntioch Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor evening service service, 730.: 11 o'clock, i ( Located in Edison Center)

Mrs Lea Cray, reporter Let us remember the sick ROY'S BARBER SHOP
Sunday the men will observe and shutin and pray for the
The Trustee Board Invites sick.
their Men's Day. The men 6349 N.W.
,have striven very hard to you to attend an after service 7th AvenueFormer

'bring ito you an Inspiring; day. MT., CARMEL BAPITST
The morning speaker will be program Sunday, Oct. 18. S. H. barber at Longshoreman Barber Shop
the Rev. Lester C. Albert. The Smith is the chairman.Mrs. Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor NW 8th St. and 2nd Ave.

C.evening J. speaker will be Rev. Ruth Abrams, chairmanof Sis. Louise White clerk Ultra Modern Air Conditioned Manicurist TV
Burney. Both gentlemenare Woman's Day, cordially invites Come and be with us Sunday Hours 8:30 -
dynamic gospel preachersand you to attend an after- morning at 9:30 In Sunday a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
.... well We known in the com- noon of music on Sunday, Oct. School and throughout the LeRoy Williams, Prop. phone 751.9112
munity. are expecting vis- 17 from 3 til 5 p.m. Each choir : day. One of our own ministers,
iting male choirs to render and male chorus is requestedto Rev. Eugene Richardson delivered -
song services. We are also expecting render selections at'this time the morning message
visiting usher boards. and the evening message was
Members are asked to see Mrs. C. Carnogay wishes to dellverd by the Rev. McGriff. AUTO INSURANCECheck
their ward captain concerning thank everyone for making her
a success. Mrs. Clar- Our pastor and wife are still
their assessment. banquet lower
our new ratea and
f. ice Carnegay will be the boos- vacationing In Georgia. easy financing
The chairman, Bro. Jessie ter for this Woman's Day pro- IMMEDIATE SR:22 FILING
Friday night Oct. 16 will begin
Hill; co-chairman, Bro. Alfred gram. -
Rambeau; program chairman, our No. 1 choir's 11th anniversary Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift
Bro. Casey: Graham and Dea- Mrs. Eva Richardson would which will end Sun-
con Roy Ross along with all like to thank everyone for mak- day afternoon Oct. 18 at 3 D. Goodman and Son, Inc.
(the men, send an invitation to ing 'their anniversary a success. p.m. We are Inviting you to
the public at large to come and Total raised $398.49 come out and enjoy the vari- "Insurance, Real Estate, Mortgage"

worship with them on their Mrs. V. L. Moss, program ous choirs singing. Business member All People Democratic Club

/. 11th Men's Day. committee for Woman Day; Visitors are always welcome. 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380
Rev. O. W. Foster, pastor; Mrs. A. Padget, souvenir pro- Remember the sick and shut
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Woman's Day THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. I'I't fi i
Annual I
I Woman's at 1
Day Speaker at t SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1964 PAGE 11 '

Mt. Zion Baptist- Sunday- HomesteadSunday Shiloh, Oct.Baptist 18 the Church womenof of Beauticians Work Clinic

DJomestead will observe their
Sunday the women of Mt.; message, ,the theme being annual VMpman's Day. Mrs.
Zion Baptist Church will light "The Torch Has Been Passed Estella M.\ Williams, a former Oct. 26 at Island Club I
their torches to Uegln their annual Women Hold High The principal of this city will be
Woman's Torch. "
Day observance. ''guest speaker at the 11 a.m.
The day will begin with The evening service will service.
Sunday School with guest to be
prove one of the finest
teachers from SchoolIn The entire community will
Sunday musical and cultural programsever
the community In charge of to be presented. The pro- be anticipating hearing Mrs.
Williams as she has traveled
will be Interwoven with
The morning speaker will be the regular worship service, extensively In the last eight
Mrs. Luvenla Knox years. She Is now employed as
secretaryof with many talented persons
director of the North-
the Poinciana Park Elemen- appearing. program
west Center YWCA Miami.
School.' Mrs. Knox ,
tary Is a Mesdames Doretha Payne,
member of Mount Zion and Helen Jackson along with John
holds membership In the Young
Calloway are just a few who
Matrons Circle and the Business will take a part. The North Rev. J. E. Jenkins pastor
and Professional Women's Dade Senior High Ensemble Ruby Lee Carr, reporter
Circle of the church. In addi- will also appear.
tion, she holds membership in God Is our refuge and
the Dade County Youth Coun- Plan spending Sunday with strength a very present helpin
cil, Amioae, and the Musolite the women of Mt. Zion trouble.

Social Club. Delores Allen is general Wo' thank God we are growing .
The theme for the day will chairman; Rev. Edward T. In grace, and attendance t ;
be highlighted In the morning Graham, pastor.SALTER'S. under the leadership of our _
very wonderful, efficient pas-
tor. We do thank God for

Woman's Day at CHAPEL him.The
president of No. 1 choir

Salter's Chapel Rev. II. J. Benson, pastor Deacon Albert Lewis, pianist ,
Flossie Marshall, reporterWe Sis. Ruth Scott and all members ----

wish to thank those who
are looking forward to a ihelped them on their annlverI S. Henry Bundles Is a grad- Mr. Henry Childrey vlco
successful Woman's Day. Mrs. sary. uate of Indiana University withan president and founder or Sum-
Agnes Day is the chairman I Saturday at 8 pm. the auxIliaries AH degree In 1918. He Is mit Laboratories will appear at
are having a trip president of Summit Laboratories the Island Club Work Clinic
Members please see your captains around the world with Virginia and will conduct the for l beauticians only on Mon-

Let us make this effort a Beach the main stop with din- work clinic for beauticians day, Oct. 20, NW 10th St. and
success!:, let's go over the top ners being; served at this stop. Monday, Oct. 20 at the Island 2nd Ave. 10 am.5 p.m. Free
fnancially In grand style. Transportation leaves the Club. admission nnd free refreshments -
1 Mrs. Lucile McRay is the church .
treasurer, see her if you don't Also Sunday, Oct. 18 the During the course of his association -
know your captain. Mrs. Ruth church at large will have a with Summit Laboratories Ho Is n graduate: ot. Poro
Twiggs raffled off a beautiful Calendar Tea at Community several honors have School of Beauty Culture and
bedspread. Bro James Williamswas Center from 4 to 6 p.m. Sis. been bestowed upon him. The has studied under Mr. William,
the winner. She wishes to Mae Francis White of New National Beauty Culturists Franca) of Antoine, famous
thank everyone who was kind Providence, our guest speaker.You League, an organizaton of more : stylist.
I hear her she Is than 15,000 professional beau-
enough to help her. must a
He Is the foremost
ticians, presented him with an country's
Mrs Mottle Boze Is on the dynamic speaker.
sick list, please call or go and I The proceeds from the trip award of merit "In recognitionof authority on hair straighteners -
NtlptlA1tw her. will towards skill and art in tho field of having developed them
see and 1 tea go
\ Day Oct. 25. The salesmanship: in the beauty through research and testingIn
'" his role of
gave us scone chairman Sis. Essie Mae Bush industry cosmetologistand
chemist. Ills advanced
: from the first and co-chairman, Sis. GussieWrlA'ht
ference that was held In Tal- and all the woman'sderxu1.ments Beauty Trade, n professional training and experience include -
lahassee with the Right Rev. Invite to 'these beauticians magazine honoredMr. all phases of permanent} \
Hatcher presiding. Don't forget you. Bundles by selecting him to waving, hair cutting, style designing -
and other 1
w the pledges for the mortgage. proR'fams.ROYAL head their annual dealer-man hair straightening
We are still happy to have so ufacturer workshlp In 10QJ, and wet work,
MKS. NAOMI BYMONETTH many visitors to worship withus and by presenting him as master -
Sunday, Oct. 25 will be a see you in church next ASSEMBLY of ceremonies during their ZION HOPE BAPTIST
red letter day for Salter'sChapel Sunday. Church of Tho Living God 1001 Sip Show, for beauticians
< iTit i AME Church. The com- Elder It. H, Fayson pastor nil over the country. Rev P. Freeman, pastor t
munity of Brownsville and MT. ZION AME CHIWCHOpalocka < Greater Miami will observe 0p a-locks NEW PROVIDENCE Church service was spiritually -
their 14th annual Woman's Fla. L. W Williams, bishop high nil day last Sunday Tho
Day. The morning speaker for Rv. H. E. Greene, pastorOn Monday 8 pm. Spiritual Rev C. J, Burncy, pastor 1 pastor is urging all membersto
the occasion will be Mrs. Na- meeting' conducted by Evangelist Mrs. Claudia Wilson, reporterWe please attend the weekly
omi Ward Symonette, a class- last Sunday Mt. Zion celebrated Ethel Tlggs Tuesday 8 p.rn. are thankful to God 1 for meetings. Rev. J, E. Jenkins
room teacher In the Browns Its 11th annual Woman's meeting every Friday 8pm. a spirit filled day, through will }pi'each Sunday evening at
ville area. If you miss this dynamic I Day An overwhelming crowdwas prayer. The Flying" Eagles Sun- SunlJay. Keep in m 1 n d the 3 p.m. for the Willing Workers.
speaker, you will miss! a In attendance at all ser- 8 Gospel Battle between Consecration Hour every Sun- Everybody. is Invited. Refresh
vices. Mrs. Athalie Range: the day p.m. menits served free.
treat always to be remembered. the Spiritual Kings of day at 5 a.m.
morning speaker. The South- Sensational Hummingbirds Our men are 1/usy working
and Harmony, There will be a sacred movie
land Singers, Rev. S. L Gay
The theme for the day Is the conjrregaton of Mt. Hermon The Flying Eagles, with their Men's Day program.We nt -the church Oct. 30.
and other still have a large numberon
Power of Christian Women.Salter's AME Church Mrs. Helen Jack Pilgrim Gospel Stars
Is located at gospel singers: will battle fora the sick list. Continuo In Don't forgot to pray for the
Chapel the evening speaker along
son I
for them. sick and shuUlns.
box of grocery prayer
2745 NW 27th Ave. with all the participants on the
program and all our visitors '
Mrs. Agnes Davis is general and friends helped he! mem-
chairman with Mrs. Ada Wil- bers of Mt. Zion to observe one
liams and Mrs. Jessie Kankins of the best Woman's Day ever w
as cochairman.Rev .
IK J. Benson paStor both spiritually and financially.
We were happy to have Elder -
J. A. Roberts attend our
services Sunday night
MT. HERMON AME Miss Cynthia Blanford was v {

crowned Teen Queen of Mt
The commencing of activities Zion.
for the annual Woman's

Day program Is Sunday, Oct. Miss Jessie Bethay, chairmanof
18. The chairman of the day, the day along with Mrs.
Mrs. Mary Parker, Is having' a Dorothy Cross, co-chairman: ,
Fall Tea at 3 pm. on the thanked everyone who contrib-
church grounds. She promisesthat uted and helped In any way toward -
this affair will long be making our Woman'B:: Daya

remembered. Kucccess. Total amount raisedfor ,1i(
the day was $2,767.10.
Along' with helping to put 't c .a
(the ladies on the top of the NEW MACEDONIA M. B. r, f '
totem pole, financially. The Mtf
tea will have a great many of Rev. Roscoe Jackson pastor
our well known Individuals In Willie J. Beard, reporter
the spotlight. Guest speakerfor
the occasion Is Miss Fran- The president and members
of choir No. 1 wish to take .
ces Young, a member of Mt. ." r.T
this opportunity to thank each
Hermon and a teacher In our
local school system. and everyone of you who sup-
ported them on their Second
Other activities will becoming Anniversary. They wish to
soon, so plan now to thank you both spiritually and
join the women of Mt. HermonIn financially. Total raised
making /their program the 11859. I tt
best than can be.
Sunday morning we will We ..
The Missionary Society will leaving the church at approx- \.r' ;, t _.. 11f: J:1J flitJ -- ___fa T.'" I

grounds be selling Saturday pies at the afternoon.church Pahokee imately to 12.15:render, journeying services for to Part of the crowd that wit- the Bells of Zion, both local are expected t to be present. The

Church I nessed the Gospel Caravan The Johnsonalres of program will consist of a giant
Why not stop by and taste one New Hope Baptist groups. choir from of the
of those dellcous, delectable W. M.\ Bouyer, pastor. Our vis- program at St. John Baptist St. John Church appeared also churches mass of the many city along i

home-made goodies.Rev. itors and friends are Invitedto Church on Monday evening, as guests of the evening. with local quartette groups.

S. L. Gay and his congregation accompany us. Oct. 5. The affair was spon- Tho next program of this Minimum donations are $1.50.
Let's not forget Usher Board slred by the Ministerial ranksof county-wide group will be heldat Every civic conscious citizen
vite you to woorlshipkwith them! No. 2 will be celebrating Its Dade County along with Greater Bethel AME Church, will please be on hand to be
at anytime. You are always second anniversary beginning other civic minded citizens 245 NW 8th St. The program Is Informed and help build a fund f.
welcomeMt. Friday and closing out the who are members of the being lulled as "A Giant Pre- for our political future. ,
fourth at 3 pm. with group. Election Rally," and will be Rev. Thedford Johnson la t
Hermon I Is also preparingfor Rev. W. E. Simms and congregation More than $1,000 was reported. staged on election eve, Mon- financial chairman; Garth C. I
the AME s annualconference of New Hope Baptist I Featured on the program day, Nov. 2. Reeves Is treasurer. Tickets are Ii
which will be heldIn Church In charge. were the Utility Voice and Office seekers on many levels available at most churches. .
the first time.
Opa-locka for
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will lie in repose at his resi-
.. RANGE dence at 6 p.m. this evening.
f There will be no viewing at

MEMORIALS DEATHS ARTHUR BOSFIELD of the funeral home. Services on

1210 NW 63rd St., died Oct. 8. Saturday at 4: p.m.; at. ,N e w

Mr. Bosfield, a native of the Providence Baptist Church
L- U Bahamas, came to Miami In with Rev. C. J. Burney officiating -

TIMES MIAMI FLA. THANKSThe 1005, His survivors Include his .
wife, Curlie; five daughters
r Doris Auther-
Mesdames Jones.
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 1964 family of the late ine Seymour Blondell Bates MRS. DELIA McFADDON
MRS. ELLEFERGUSONwish Levearn Dos-
and Dianna and
1026 NW 50th St., died Oct. 14.
at this' time to express field four ''grand children; two
She lived In Miami since 1925.
thanks to Rev.A. I*. Shipp and brothers, Granvllle and Bur-

IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe members of New 'Mt. Morlah nette Bosfield; a niece Nathalie Her sons, James survivors and Johnnie include ; two anda
Church for their and
Baptist Adderley a
in loving memory of family of the latex grams and cards during their Leonard Clark. (Services heldTuesday granddaughter Mrs. Cecile
teacher. Services
We also McCartney a
recent bereavement. at New Mt. Moriah.
friends will be held Saturday at 10
wish to thank our many
their a.m. at New Providence Bap-
and neighbors for many
thoughtful deeds. A special JESSIE tist Church. She is now In repose -
Mrs. ana
thanks to Range
LIAMS of 5261 NW 29th Ave.
the efficient staff of Rang
Nrr JI their died Oct. 7. He Is survived bya
4 Funeral Home for cour-
Mrs. Mary Thomasof
teous service. daughter MISS OLIVIA BETHEL of
Hialeah. Services held Fri-
Mrs. Carrie Lawrence 15050 Duval St., died Oct. 11.
day at 11 a.m. In the chapel.
And Family Olivia was a sophomore at

r North Dade High. She Is sur-
vived by her parents::, Mr. and
MRS. CAROLINE SMITH Mrs. William Bethel; two
I ; ALBERT 3313 NW 48th Terr., died Oct. brothers, William and Walter;

I 9. Mrs. Smith a native of a sister, Gwendolyn; her grandparents -

LAWYER JOI.SON, 5836 Jacksonville, Ga., had residedIn Mr. and Mrs. WalterH.
x t NW, llth Ave., died Oct. 12. He Miami since 1924. She is sur- Bethel and a grandmother,
y ry will lie in repose Thursday vived by her nusband Arthur; Mrs Florence Delancy Mackey;
:4J it until shipping time Friday four sons, Arthur Jr., Roosevelt six aunts, 11 uncles. Services

morning. Final rites in Hepl- Sylvester and Theo; four will be held Saturday nt 2 p.m.
;. : .' zapah Ga.. Survivors are wife daughters, Mesdames Flora at the St. Marv's Wesleyan
..., four daughters, mother a Milton, Nenalden Newlterry Methodist Church, with the
11I,1 brother, two sisters. Lola Louis and Albertha Wynn; Rev. Stuart officiating. She Is
36 grand children; three great now in repose In the chapel
I.fJl. TAMMIE LORRAINE DAVIS grandchildren. Services held

:.- 526 NW 5th Ave., died on Tuesday at New Mt. Calvary
Oct. 12. Will lie In repose noon I Baptist Church.
departed this life October who departed this life September Friday until funeral time Saturday I CULLOUGH of 1955 NW 152nd
In chapel
21, 1962. 29, and was laid to rest at a.m. St. died Oct. 13. She Is surviv-
Gone but not forgotten Restin Oct. 5, wish to extend grate- Her survivors: mother and ? 'p.. "d by two sons, Robert and
father a sister a brother, paternal TI '
peace.The ful acknowledgement and deep and maternal grandparents : 1\ Joseph Cooper, a daughter; and
Family to friends !=:
appreciation many son-ln-Iaw Elizabeth and
Mrs. Georgie B. Cambridge, and neighbors for all acts and ','.,: 1 I It Isaac Henderson: two other
wife deeds of kindness during their daughters Mrs. Lorrlne Car-
Marie McAllister, daughter hour of Wereavement. ThankIng \t \ ter
NW 71st St., died. He was a : and Mrs. Rose Alice Alexander -
Lloyd Cambridge, son for personal vis- .
you your long time resident of the city Services Monday at 2p.m
Eugene Cambridge, son its, your cards of sympathy, Services Saturday at 2 p.m. at at n church to be an-
Calvin Cambridge, son calls of spiritual expressions -
telephone St. James Baptist Church in I nounced. She will lie In repose
Roy Cambridge, son and your telegrams. Coconut Grove. His survivorsare In the chapel 1 pm. Sunday
And all of grand arMISS
children Special thanks are given to wife, Rosetta, two sisters
Father L. Sands, Rev. S. A. two brothers.
Thomas Sunshine Band and WILLIE R. SUMMERSETT
Crusaders and Red Circles of FRANK PINKNEY 1955 NW SAMANTHA ED- the son of Mr. and Mrs. James
IN MEMORIAMIn Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, Sunday 2nd court services Saturday 4 WARDS of 7606 NW 15th Ave. Summersett, 1610 NW 41st St.
School and BTU; Mrs. p.m. In the Liberty City chapel.His died Oct. 12. Miss Edwards, a died Oct. 13. He is survived by
sad but loving memory of Athalie Range and staff, Rev. survivors are wife, a graduate of Fla. A and M University his parents five sisters; three

our dear husband, father and S. A. Cousin, Emblem Masonic daughter, three sons, a brother had been an instructor brothers Services conducted
grandfather, the late Lodge No 57 and the mem- and sister. in the school system for Tuesday.
ARCHIE ROLLE, Sr. bers of the Pallbearers of four years. Miss Edwards,
who departed this life October America. whose singing proved a great r

16, 1959. RIOHARDSOftMother pleasure for many was activeIn
Gone but not forgotten. May May God bless all of :you II various civic and social organizations month-old HUBERT Jr., 3-
he rest In peace and light per- Mrs. Rosalee Sands including the Iota son; of LucroHn!
Viola Davis 1010 NW and Willie
,petual shine upon him. And Family Alpha Theta Sorority, as well died Oct. 12.
1st place died Oct. 11. Survivors He
Father, in thy gracious keep- her Rubin is the Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Is survived by his parents,
are brother
ingLeave Miss Edwards also selected :wo brothers.
was Services
sister Mrs. Gussie
Wiley ,
we now thy servant IN MEMORIAMIn as Miss Alpha Phi Alpha Oct 15.
Straughter, an adopted daughter
Mrs. laell Rolle and family loving memory of o u r Mrs. Llllle Mae Jones two for the year 1961.

tear mother, nephews and other relatives. She is survived by her parents -
MRS. CORNELIA WRIGHTwho Services Saturday at the Churchof Mr. and Mrs. John THIS IS THENUMBER

IN MEMORIAM passed away October 17, Triumph with Rev. H. Williams Edwards; three sisters, Mes-
19G3. officiating. dames Catherine Larklns Wini

In sad but loving memory of Gone, but not fred Markham and Myrtle
Robinson CHARLESTON HARRIS, of Williams brother Alpha 0 6911262TO
my dear daughter, Mrs. Sylvia ; a ,
died Oct. 12.
St. Augustine
MERLIN MATTHEWSwho daughter Edwards, Local services were
October 29, Survivors Include many friends held on Wednesday at Mount
passed away Clifford Wright, son Services
In St. Augustine held I
Zion. Miss Edwards t
1957. John A. Wright, son w a s '
May she rest In peace and Thursday I afterwards removed to Tallahassee CALL
shine for final rites,
may light perpetual upon
her.Mrs. Coban mother DEATHSw.ivvi. of Mrs. Josie Mae Montgomery
Augusta ,
died Oct. 10. Arrangements are CHOIRROBES
'incomplete MRS. MINNIE FIRLOW.of ,

IN MEMORIAMIn w.ivvi. ........ v* jtf. *A_iti>AU 10961 SW 221th St. Goulds
lied Oct. 13. Mrs FIrlow, a naive -
loving memory of my of Tampa, had resided In

mother, father and brother, RflNCIS Miami for four years. She is
MRS. JENNIE CARNEGIE urvlvcd: by her husband, or write

October 17 1951 HOWARD LEWIS EDWARDS Tames; four children; a lrothir. -

MR. IKE CARNEGIE r of 536 NW 23rd St., Mrs. FIrlow will be removrl LUCKIE'S TAILOR SHOP

February 24, 1954 died Oct. 11, Services Satur- to Tampa for final rites. 6510 NW 18th Ave.

MR. ROBERT CARNEGIE day, 2 p.m. In the chapel. Re-
April 26, 1935 mains will repose in the Miami, Fla.
May they rest In peace and chapel 4 p.m. Friday. Survivors LEVY JACOBS of 6216 NW
light perpetual shine upon include a brother, Hbnry 14th Ave died Oct. 9. Mr. Jacobs -

them.Thelma Thomas; three, ,sisters; Mattie resided here for more NOW! U the Time to Sell
Carnegie Blanche Hubertsand
Edwards than five years, coming here
Mozella 'Hill.
from Tallahassee. His survivors That Home.. Use a Time

CARD OF THANKSThe include three sisters, Mesdames

9 ;. NW EMMETT 14th St:,,FELDER died Oct 0 of at 247 his Edna Butler lona Classified Ad I1k J
of the late, j and Bessie
family home. Services Friday, 3 p.m. Hayes Taylor lie
at Ml Zion Baptist Church -------
Wte are eternally grateful to with Rev. Edward T. Graham
you, our many friends, for expressions officiating. Survivors Includehis

and deeds of love father; EHthree. brothers,
and sympathy during these and Elliott three
Ell Joseph ; i "' yYy
trying hours. Your cards let- sisters, Angeleter Cooper, Al-
ters telegrams, words anddeeds Oct. 8, the death termese Gaines and Julia Fel-
have cheered us; you r angel claimed a pioneer Miam- der.
flowers made the occasion a ian, William Chris Albury of
beautiful one and your pray- 1518 NW 5th place, from Dade
ers helped to sustain us. May County Hospital in Kendall.Mr. MATTHEW DANIELS, four
we extend thanks to the pas- months old son of Mr. and
tor, assistant pastor and the Albury came to MiamiIn Mrs. Robert Daniels of 560 W.
entire membership of Mt. Zion his childhood days from his 22nd St., Hialeah died Oct. 10.
Baptist Church to the Rani Funeral Home, the neighbors lie was laid to rest Monday, day.
of 68th Terr and to the Rev.J. Oct. 12, with funeral services
B. Blacknell and Rev. S. A. being held at St. Agnes Episcopal "Living Service for the Living"

Cousin. Thanks from the depths Church at 3 p.m. with
of. our hearts. father Tillman D. Williams, Beauticians Oscar L Range Funeral Home
offlclatln and the W. H. Rah-
R. Jerome Jamison son """
,.Willie. mings Funeral Home In charge. Oct. 26th M. Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr. E
daughter-In-law He Is survived by his son, 5727 N.W.17th Avenue

,Jerona E. Jamison Alfonso Albury a daughter- .
,', grand daughter in-law, Florence, two grandchildren Island Club- OX 1.0131 OX 14343CARDS
Royal and Hubert nieces and a hostofrelatives I
Williams, brothers I and friends. -


for termites, !fleas I
roaches, chinch bugs and trees. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1964 PACJE'13 1
Yard, soil, painting of house
FOR SALE FOR SALE roof. Luten Taylor. PL 4-C743. NEED A CAR

BARGAIN Florida room, carport, awn- MANY CIVIL SERVICE posi- If you are 21 and employed -
Inigs, jalousie windows, tile tions available you can buy a car from us up to 6 poundli
$150! down, CBS, oak floors, annually. for $25 down with small
modern home, big: lot, sprinklersystem roof. Stove, refrigerator, air our ad on page' 15 in this monthly payments. Widows, weekly ;
$14,500. FHA. A. Ben- conditioner. Very nice street Issue or write for Information divorcees or married Dr. Long
tforl, Realtor, 714 NW C2nd St. $350 NW 40 down St. Price Is only $11,000, to POD 174 Gratlgny Branch, couples even If young you have been
and $08 month. Life Fla. 331G8. 1545 S.W. lit St.
Phone 751-2213 anytime. . Miami turned down before. Try us for
Realty, Broker, 4932 NW 7 Ave.
PL 9-4371. Open evenings and WANTED Immediate delivery. FR 3.2748Finest
LARGE ROOMS. NEW 1 CHEF, 4 WAITRESSES. Art- 0815 NW 27th Avc. 090-8900 ,
KITCHEN BEAUTIFUL ply In person at 745 NW Gist _.
3-BEDRDOM --- -- -------------------- ----
Street. Montego Bay Restaurant '' vvvws.y+v.v +vvvv+virv r.Fw.+ n
Hurry, onlv $350 down. You 2 BATH CBS
will like this one. $S3 month Barrel tile roof, patio, barbe-
CHILD CARE Selections In Miami
pays all. FHA. A. Ben-Korl, cue, lovely yard. Very nice
Realtor 714 NW G2 St. Phone street NW 75 St. Price is CHILDREN kept by the dayor
751-2213 anytime. $13,000, $tOo down and $80 week, will pick up. C35-803& Lovely homes open
>month Life 031
Realty, Broker
NO QUAIFYING Move right 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ ,
In. 3-bcdrooms, enclosed front evenings and Sundays. heart trouble, asthma or Terms i 10- Less Than Rent
porch new roof, separate any other sickness doctors
age. Freshly!=: painted inside and NO CLOSING COSTS cnn't cuix, are healed by the --
out. Price Is $8,500, $250 down Lovely CBS duplex, 2-bed- Almighty through. Dr. Mark.JOIII'M 1019 NW 46th Street
and $R5 month pays all. Keys rooms on each side. Tile roof ] : 7 n.m.-12 noon; 3 p.m.

at Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 7 Ave appliances, freshly painted) 12 midnight.'' Lurk and bles- Beautiful CBS ,bedroom, oak floors and carport \
NW 8th .
sincs. 305 fit., No.8.C'uJl
PL ;p-4371 Open evenings and large yard. rent free! 373-9607. No closing coat $350 down, FHA.

Sundays. $90 Price month.is $15,700 Life, $000 Realty down, Broker and-I ....... _. -

BABY CRIB, $12. Dinnette 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. 560 NW 44th StreetCBS
Open evenings and Sundays. The 'Times' Goes
Set $10.00 Studio Couch
$10, 3-bedroom Fla. and
room, carport appliances,
Castro Living Room
Hollywood Beds $10 $55 PRETTY CBS no closing coat. $350 down. $11,500 total price.
up, Chairs College 9 $3.50
This mos.
a bargain!
S,> up Mattresses! $5 up. Sow, Carpeting, .
lag Machine (Cabinet i fence appliances. Price is only
830 clot hint? 5c and up. Model Ladies) $9,000 $300 down and $G2 i 521 NW 48th Street

Shoes 25C-!' Hand:: Bags 5c, Merchants Life month.Realty FHA, Broker terms.4932 Key NW at CENTER VILLAKINDERGARTEN Lovely CBS 2-bedroom, dak floors, tile roof and! appliances

Wisp R'nmps!' with every purchase 7 Ave. PL 0-4371. Open even- $350 down, $11,000 total price.
Shopper 58G5 N.E ,
2nd Ave PL 1-7872. Ings and Sundays. ._,.
You may register now. Hot
280 NW 55th Street
II8t N. E. 15nd. St. 2-bed- FOR RENT
lunches and pick-up service
LIVE RENT FREE. Beautiful CBS 2 bedroom
room, 1-bath CBS. host loca- duplex, -
tion tile features, Hli? closets NICE ROOM, m \'private For information call 1 bath' each side. No closing coat. $500 down,
owner nays: closing;; cost. $300 home, a settle man or a nice FHA terms
dnwn. $75 month, price $8,500. working couple] preferred $10 69L7796, 696-3802 or r
III 3-8112 HI 3-1083. per week. PL 1-8903. .
634-6367 We have the largest selection of CBS 2 and 3 bedroom

Small DUPLEX.down CMS navment.N. W.$00 5th mo.PI. ncchborhool,[ Adults Quiet only. 5932 NW 17th Ave. ], homes in Greater Miami area.

Totnl prIce $8,500. 751-0859. $]6.0::; to $20 weekly Utilities MRS. RUTH COPELAND ( .
free ]niVt N.W. 25th St. Phone Indf
INCOME:\ PROPERTY. Open 035-0515.
Sunday: 2-0 p.m. 209! N.W. 41st] I NEWS REALTY Inc.The
St Beautiful Duplex 2 bedroomseach FURNISHED APT with FOR RENT .
side; Live in luxury, rent yard reasonable for information -
free. Owner must move. Drivo call OX 1-2426 2 APARTMENTS ( Broker that works for you
bv. then call. Universal Real
F<::t1fe.! 4000 N.V.. 7th Ave. NICE QUIET Neighborhood, 3048 NW 67th Street BRAND NEW LOCATION
';'ft-8) (,12.. lovely clean furnished or unrcarnishMl
4-room duplex beau- Nicely furnished large, 1-bed 4740 NW 7th Aye., PL 4.0655

DO YOU NKEI) TO REFF- ''iful yard adults, no pets, will room apt, $18 week Place (Open Sunday)
NW 17th
v.ixri YOUR HOME? ell. 4110 N.W. 23rd Avenue "# ooo
Vo 1r11jrojf and 2nd :Mortnpy: "IYJ5-7781 t. I'urnlshed" 1-bedroom apt. $20 ooo
Mon y nv/iUnMo>>J to you call weekly. fnlmftltata aceilpnnCy -""
\ APT. $18.50
ii* for #ilN; "Frnstcr ltnlty, both apta.Phone.
Ih'ookl'r4 0-fi779 weekly, Phone 758-3901. day 444-6126 Tremendous Offerings By Ford!!

HOT DEAL" Pool J'1JJTI.e FURNISHED 1-h<>droom: duplex Eveningt HI 8-2824
CBS. 3-bedroom 1309 N. W. 44th St. $17 OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING SATURDAY AND
beauty on ''veek Also 2-furn. apts. 1-small Ask for Mr. Gross
double lot( milet! 'F
terms, $500 down has area!' large 11 Fla.A "511 week, 1 at :S15: week pivs 7021 NW 6th Courts One of ''the few 2-bedroom, 2-
W. 77thSt.
1152 N.
'II See
room to he shown by appointment utility(Rear) 03328919159880.. Open Sunday 26 p.m. bath homes in the area AT A GRAND BUY $600
Near school bus and
down and $79 month. NO QUALIFYING.
shonnln noin'ment center.Fenster Call for ap- FURNISHED> 1-bedroom Apt. 76 NW S3rd Street
Realty, Laree rooms, very nulet.: no -
Broker PL 0-8770. "hlldren. $18 week. 1323 N. W. $350 down $22 Wk. 3410 NW 12th Avenue IDEAL LOCATION 2-

CORNER 2-h<-<1room. neat 8th Terr. well kept, cool comfortableCBS bedroom home with garage. NO QUALIFYING -

CBS' landscaped home with gara FURNISHED APT 19( <2 NW 2-bedroom, 1 'bath, 2 $500 and $99 a month.'
rre and manv other extras, ""2nd St. Phone NE 4-0127 or
F.H.A. terms $350: down nay- OX 1-9511 Fla. room, lovely ground, -0-
ment. 1300 N.W.' 41st St Open I 816 NW 46th Street THE SPECIAL OF THE WEEKA

Sunday 1-G n.m. Fenster Realty F'URlNIIIID R 0 0 M In good FHA. BIG house 4-bedroom, 2 baths NO QUAU-
Broker PL 9-8770. location modern home. $1? P
FYNG $500 down $25 week mortgage
week. Call Thursday, 001-1513. a pay
No cost
closing no
GORGEOUS 2-bedroom CBS indf ments.

very largo family: room on big qualifying -.-
lot. This' house will he onen NEATLY rooms,
Ruridiv from 1-0 n.m. 1011 NW use of kitchen, 1980 NW 55 St. $600 down $25 Wk. 6998 NW 20th Avenue SEE THIS! AJ beauty
41st St. Fpnster Realty, Broker VE 3-9908.! 3-bcdrooms and 'the rest exactly what you
PI. 9-8779. I 4-bedroom, 2 bath CBS. want. $500 down and! $30 a week pays your mort
firth conditioned corner bulld-
Hardwood floor spaciousrooms
"A DOLT' 2heeJromYhom I ''ntr 10 aii'a., furnished, CBS gage.

CBS freshly: renovated corner. nodern bid?. Grand Union corner lot, 2 years -0-
A bargain.!' Special th'q' weekend tore arrows street, hardwood call
'OPEN HOUSE Sunday from 1 to 6 or us.
]101: NW 41st St. Will consider looms close to town and shop- new. Move in today p.m.
all cash buyer Open Sunday ng center Sell bv owner. In 1478 NW'43rd Street FHA MORTGAGE ONLY-
10; n.m. Fenster Realty' Broker 'estrlctpd area Call after 4 Trio RealtyWe $350 down, $66 a month pays your mortgage. AN
PI. 98779.1BEDROOM .m. FR 9-7033 017
are open 96 p.m. ,EXCELLENT BUY.

" :\ CBS. FHA terms, PL 9-8372 PL 9.0132 ---0--

S1I.700 near school Win. shopping For Best Results 801 NW 54th Street ;;541 NW 49th Street A clean, comfortable 2-bedt.
total. $SO including
everything. 0910: NW Gth Ct. Try a Classified Ad room home. Easy terms NO QUALIFYING. $600

Fpn ::ter Realty, Broker PL i down.
' .. ,.....
--- -
9 8770.LIKE! 1

NEW 2-pIece foam sec- 'reo SEE THIS Ten -0-bedrooms, 3 baths. Terrific

tlonnl couch china (closet!': ruirs PROCESSIONALOFFICES terms. ,,1500 NW 74th Street.
rhairs.I dinette. Cheap, MO
7-1301. o

Hundreds more available Call us Will
3-2 bedroom ants. FURNISHED=
LICENSED AS A ROOMING The best place in town to get any type seafood

LOW DOWN PAYMENTBALANCE E-Z FOR RENTNew Open all day every day Sat. and Sun. included

75-1-1484 SUNDAY ALL DAY
Franklin Federal BuildingTo

FHA AND VA RESALESLike Ford Inc. Broker
new 3-bedroom 2 bath be built corner Realty,

CBS homes at from $100 to and FEC Tracks
5th Street
'$300 down and from $nO month N.W. 3639 NW 15th Avenue 6354595CLASSIFIED
and up. We have keys at Life
Realty. Broker. 4932 NW 7 Ave. CALL 371-7652
PL 94371. evenings and ,
,Sundays. I."; ;' ..., .,.. _s

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;,",.IJ .::11 .II .. ..I' X<.I.rrl"Yl".I.rxr.l.rx! <.I.f.l.>Ir'I"Ir'IrIr.l.r.:! I\ &'& ---------- PHIL OSSOFEK

Science Activity TIN 1 SAYS:

......,.. -

DADE COUNTY ,. \, As a student of symbolism

l' .. that "science" which describes
intangible things through examples -
High Schools f, i, I have discovered that
i:; nearly all of us are symbolists
"" whether we know it or not.
I e AIp ,y w 1At By JOSEPHINE KING For instance, we use the heartas
a symbol of life and feelings,
Mays High School since in the physical sense it

such as the U. S, Naval Is the core of existence. Disease!
s. A VISIT TO NORFOLK Base est in Norfolk, which Is !the does not kill us until the heart
naval base In the nationOn : fails. As long as it beats, we
the daughterof
Givens largest
Ginger : continue to exist physically. It
Mr. and Mrs. Ellahue Givens 'the last day of the six- Is also the symbol of goodness,
148th St. Is a
of 10751 SW week period, the summer program I I Ithe Image of God within us.
student at 'Mays
herself to be a very was closed with a ban- Thus we say of n good per-
Japanese Teen Youths proven Rood student and young scientist quet and other cloclng exer- son, "He has a big heart." Phy-
As a result of her outstanding cises. sically an enlarged heart is a
ability, Ginger has Next week: "An Award InPharmacology. sign of danger and impending
Is death, so it is evident that we
maintained an A average and ."
Want U. S. PenPalsThrough an active member of of the following are not speaking literally
organizations: National BETHUNE SCHOOL When happy, we are light-
Honor Society, Senior Science hearted, and when sadheavy-
Club Junior Leaders' Counciland Principal ,hearted. A physical examina-
C. Cogdell
W ,
the Youth Councilfor good Job in writing the English the Student Council. Her tion under either condition
International Contact at 20, 1 language."I chosen vocation Is a secondary October 20 will be a big day would reveal that the weight
1-Chome, Jlmtoo-Cho, Cher- science teacher. for us! The University of Miami of the heart has not changed.
writing ''to saysa
yoda-pre, Tokyo, Japan three am you
of 12 "in the hope that Brass Ensemble will give a This is symbolism accepted by
Japanese youths are seeking boy During the for the of I
be able to help me past summer special performance I most us, am sure.
pen-pals in their age group. you in may touch with a who Ginger had the onportunity of pupils during assembly pro Men who die "in harness"a
get person
This organization has thou- wish !to have a pen friendIn participating In the Cooperative gram at 8-45: a.m. We are ant-' ( symbolism) are also said
sands of Japanese students all may here What I would like to Training Program for high clpating thlsc ultural program to have died "with their boots
over Japan and tries to promote do is to exchange information abllltv students, sponsored by with great delght on." One who took this literally -
international friendshipand and views about school life the National Science Foundation was a General Emilio Mola,
I Our second PTA meeting second in command of the
and life and to
understanding.These daily swap
be held the evening of
Spanish' Fascists during (the
youngsters get in I stamps, picture postcards "or The program, which was heldat Oct 20 at 8 o'clock. One of the Spanish Civil War. Killed In an
things made at school.
touch with other school kids the Norfolk Dlvslon of Vir- highlights of the program will airplane accident during the
Yokl 16
Pictured are ,
through the use of newspaper ginia State College, I lasted six he ithe installation of the Stu- war his body was found in
columns. 27 Inobp Siratori Machi Nanas weeks. The NSF fully financed dent Safety Patrols. A very stocking-feet. A brother officer
ishl'kawa-ken !the expenses of the summer : Is extendedto that
City Japan. alllparentstand explained a Gypsy once
Various views and ideas, especially session. Forty-eight students friends. told the General he would die
about school life Is exchanged Emlko Sugoh, 17, 3618 Sama, took part In the program. with his boots on, so ,he therefore
while in turn it gives Gyihda-City, Saitama-ken, Ja- High schools from every south- Please don't forget to circle removed them when in an
Ithe pen-pals a chance to learn pan. eastern state were represented. Oct 20 on your calendar. Re- airplane.The .
about the two languages.The member, our PTA needs you.
Syolthl Kashlkawia. 12, 6-185 Ginger's courses were chem- Mrs. Z. D. Black is the PTA Gypsy's prophesy was
three shown above are Kalwa-Machl, Edogawa-Ku, istry and modern math. program chairman symbolic to be avoided only
by the General's removal of his
intelligent youths who do
a Tokyo.
We are indeed happy to welcome -
Each week the Institute hada uniform, (symbolizing his resignation -
guesit lecturer In the fields of Miss Claudia Duhartas from (the army,) Instead -
chemistry, biology, physics or a member of our family. It of literally removing his
Many Miamians Free Job Trainingfor math. All of these outstandingmen I is! our hope and desire that and she boots.
will enjoy profitable
were from of the
FAMU Drama, Young Men nation's top universities many suchas educational experiences.The teachers. have Beauticians
Howard, Morgan State, Me- following
Young men between the ages harry and New York University been out for various reasons: Island Club
Miss Jennie Roberts, Mrs. -
of 17 and 22 who are un-
October 15 and 16, the employed and out of school:; They took many field Ho-King and Eddie Pearson.A Oct. 26thcccccccccccccc
FAMU\ Playmakers, internationally are urgently needed to :fill vacancies 'trips to various places of Inter-I hearty welcome rto aU.cccccccccccccccCt.

known for their exten- in /the Florida State C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C
ded tours In Africa, Europe Employment Service's "earn
and America, will open their while you learn" Job training For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
196M35 season with' "A Raisinin program that Is to start on Oct.
the Sun" by Lorraine Hans- 19. 1964 said Harry L. Tyson,
berry, at 8 p.m. In the Charles Miami Metropolitan Area Manager -
Winter Wood Theatre. for the FSES.Tyson .
said that this will be :: tAL ,4
Miss Hansberry is the first the last opportunity for young r ; ; BONDED

young Negro woman to have. men to get this free Job training ; Wr
a play produced successfully I with pay since this will be
on Broadway. Her play I .is a the final group of young men
hard-hitting, sociological drama to enter into this program.
dealing with the social pro- es men to RENTAL
blems and the rat infested take this job training especially -
housing conditions on the those who are school drop-
South Side of Chicago. The outs who have been out o f
play won unanimous praise by school for a year. or more. Job
Broadway critics with Sidney tranlng will be given In such AGENCY INC.
Politer and Claudia McNeil in skilled trades as: commercial ,
the leading roles. The play was cooking and baking, electronics, ti y
later made Into a motion pic- auto service station mechanics,
ture with the same two stars. clerical work, salesmanship,

Members of the cast" of "A I. machine tion, and shop automobile machine opera-body The largest collection and rental
Raisin in the Sun, in order

of their: "Ruth appearance Younger, are," Delores as follows this Young men selected wll receive to enter goo agency in the South; operating in
program a
Mashburn, a Junior from Chat.
weekly allowance
tahooche: "Travis Younger," of $1900
William Upson, a senior from plus ell el We.Younor transportation. if they are Dade and Broward Counties9HON.
Orlando; "Walter Lee Younger
men should contact L. L. BROOK
(Brother), David Scott, o sop the FSES'q Industrial Office
homore from Daytona" Beach: located nit 1350 N, W. 12th Ave. President

"Beneatha Jean Tucker Younger, a ,sophomore Betty Immedatelv to make applica- GEORGE Y. EARTH General Manager
tion for this free
s training
from(Mama Opa Locka," Delores; "Lena Wfllson Younger a- with pay, MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

Junior from Tallahassee; 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
"Joseph Asaga, Ronald
Thompson a junior from Hay Ride Bonded also has employment service at main office
Miami "George Murchison "
; ,
Michael Austin, a sophomorefrom There will he a hay ride 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA
Fort Lauderdale "Bo Bo" sponsored by New Hope Baptist
John Burroughs a ;f reshman, Church on Saturday, Oct. fall time public relation Dept. to att yon In Miring ytor problem

\ from Maml: "Karl Llnder," 17. Transportation will leave Pin a fleet of can firing door to door eerie for tenant conrenienoe
I James Van Matre. advanced the church at 7 p.m. This affair On
on Is sponsored by the Junior nights and Sundays for emergency service call PL 9-8733
sophomore from Delray Beach
1 and "moving man," William; Department In behalf of our MAIN OFFICE

1 Green, a freshman from Miami. Woman's vited. Donation Day. The 50 public cents.Is Refreshments In-. 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-8733

1 Promoters will be Parthenia free. Vandalism don by a few 1* expenalT to alL Please help n* stop thl
A. Variance, a sonhomore from evil C. A.
unnecessary Lockhart. Public Relation Director
Hallandale and Horaclne Ho-

ward, a senior from Tallahassee. 1163 N.W. 3rd Are.167S ....?._. FR S-8416 17325 Homestead AT*.
Conference. Productions bv the
Experimental Theatre will be e NW. 62nd St. __ OX 6-Mt7 Perrtn ......._.._.._..__ CB 5-aIII

Following" : "A Raisin( in the 'announced later. 3801 Grand A..... '?__ HI ft-1381 1019 Damman< Sun, the rest of the FAMU
Playmakers' schedule calls for: On Sunday evening, October --.QOtV:;.." N.W. arth AT*. ,_ NB 5-166 Pompano... ..... L ... WB a-aIII
"See How They Run," a farceon 25, the Playmakers Verse Choir -- e 142S5 N.W. 22nd: Ave

November 19, 20, and 31; and Readers Theatre will repeat M26 N.W. 75tfc 8t. ..-__ 6M 33M Opa-locka ......__.._ MTJ S-461T
"The King' and I," a Rogers the program wthlch won
and Hammerstein musical them top honors at the firSt 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO 8SRVB YOU I

show on March 18, 19, and 21; Florida State Poetry Festival 2060 N. W. 3rd Ct. .. .. FR 1.6616 1esexv J
and on April 26-28, the annual held last year at the Universityof .

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OCTOBER 17, 1&64 PACE 16 Over Riviera 45-0 Home Study Course For

iJrIL1.1.1.1. 1.S.11... ..... .... ... A< ... ... ... A. .a .. .. A'... .. ..MM.. -.. .._ ........ .u ..a DC.r 4-_ .. J.4. Northwestern High defeated CIVIL SERVICE EXAMSP.
Riviera Beach's Kennedy High
O. BOX 174 Gratlgny
45-0, Saturday In a football
game at Junior College MIAMI\ FLORIDA 33108
SpearingWith Stadium. copyright' 1962

Chico Gilbert scored two DO YOU WANT A BETTER FUTURE? ................' .................
on one-yard smashes -
and passed 10 yard to Lon- WOULD YOU PREPARE FOR GOVERNMENT WORK? ...?.?
nie Hepburn for another. Vin-
Sports cent Hepburn was leading If so fill out this form and wall it today to the above .... .
ground gainer with 85 yards In address, even if you have failed before you may qualify

By ttAIlHY 8M2AU 11 tries run, including In the first a IGyardscoring quar- Date ...*.................... ,............ 100.......

.... ... ter.Northwestern's Name ............................. ....................., ......... Phone No. ...............
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ACTION AT LITTLE wwwrwww I were scored by Sam Address ....?..........,N........................ City and State ........,........
RIVER a sport developed In the Marsh, seven-yard run and
BUDDY PACK had a well cities where there has been large encouragement Alonzo Patterson on a three- Age .......*...... Marital Status ........, '.... No. of Dependents........

was balanced full of show action.last The week main which sters In many given small to athletic young- yard run.Going. 1. Did you finish grade school? ..... '.... High School...........

and Orlando Ruiz was a hUm- clubs. There, rising young ama- : to Florida- College ............. .............
dinger. Ruiz the winner In the teur boxers have
event between Charlie Skooh train under the guidance been able of experienced to- Tennessee Game? 2. Do) you really want to work for the Government? ,.........

8-roumr bout. This fight wasa coaches and handlers What kind of work would you like to do?...*.......................
war and would make a good of boxers. FAMU Alumni will sponsora
return match while sluing' bus to FAMU and Tennessee 3. Have you taken lit Civil Service Exam? ....... Results ........
During the
around ringside I heard the popularity peak, It would year of not boxIng be- game Round on Saturday Oct. 21, :5. Arc you n veteran? ....' '.... ))0 yon draw disability? .......
remarks that this was one of Trip fare Is $16. Bus ... ...... .
uncommon for a single large will leave Have you studied for n Civil Service Exam? .. -.
the best Miami
fights seen In quite FIrday Oct.
some time.It 40 city athletic to have as many as 30 or 23 at 10 p.m. and return Sun- Q.( Would you be willing[ to spend I n little money for the

was witnessed by one of boxing. However clubs today In amateur there day Oct. 25 at 10 a. m. Reser- materials that you would use? ..................
the largest crowds since Buddy I are only a few large cities In vation North's may be obtained at 8. Would you Mnccrdy go through this training UNTILyou
Auditorium.took over Results the Little of the River the 30 amateur boxing athletic N. W. 3rd Ave. Bureau, 110-1( reached sucnrsN:"........................
remainder clubs
of the show: developing new talent. 0. What kind
Semi final: Bobo Reckley amateur Although the 'popularity of REV. LAURA 10. What hours'' do you work at present? ...................................
tko'd Willie Thomas In five boxing may have diminished If you will fill out this form, mull it to us we will return,
rounds Harold !In the last 10 years, Spiritualist, Reader and ,
; McKeever
won the notify you as what you Mil qualify for, approximately how
over Jerry Powers In six sport still seems to be Advisor long it will take you to prepare yourself and the low-low
rounds; Duane Simpson On the basis of r e-
Joe Livingston In tko'd oorts from the National AA U Healings and blessings to cost of our service.
LInas Johnson lost two rounds; 'boxing championships and other God' Powers "Sl'el! SS" ran he yomrc,. If you are willing to prepare for it
Wilson In four. to F red organizations conducting One visit will convince WHY DON'T YOU TRY Thousand have reached success
'mportant you through this! training. You also if are willing to
tournaments this may you
Fights are held that Rev. Laura
at Little River tear, boxing has reversed the will help study and prepare yourself. Don't delay, mall this form to-
a (dale.every Thursday, so make It lown trend. There have been you through her power of day. Think of your future.
'nore and better boxers and blessings. WHY WORK FOR PRIVATE ENTERPRISE! When you
Amateur more current Interest In t Boxing In sport I than at any time since such ns I paid various! sick leave with pay, regularpay
The U. S. he early 1950s. UN 6-5882 raises and a future
612 71st Street Civil Service' offers .'<]iuil job opportunity for all races
STARTED The Amateur Miami Beach
SOMETHING Athletic Union
nCIIN: 1872 has pioneered in safety in the Take L bus Your 'Times' by mail Only $5.00 a year

Amateur Uoxlng has been port of boxing. Members of
the AAU
popular sport In the United boxing committee
States dating back to 1872 consistently have Introduced
when the Marquis of Queens- measures to make the sport
safer for the boxers. For
example -
berry and Arthur Chambers
British lightweight rounds have been re-
formulated .
duced from three minutes du-

the that the original formulation rules.of It these was rules with riven ration to greater two; the dlscretvonary referee Is YES, YOU CAN !

amateur boxing
or boxing .
for powers to protect the welfareof
financial trophies rather than the boxers In the ring once
its first regards received he contest has started; AAU
technicians have helped develop
Boxlrtg became one of the, sale floor coverings.Most .
top sports of the Amateur Ath- ":\ ;
letic Union of the United recently the AAU has
States almost from the date of i Increased the weight of glovend
Its founding, Jan. 21, 1877. 'e also adopted an approved
Only five davs after the AA U headguard to be worn In all
was organized the first sporting except the national championships
event conducted under the of the AAU, for which
rules of amateurism was a ournament the use of a headgear -
five-bout amateur boxing Is optional.

card sponsored by the Pastime Because of the protective
Athletic Club of'New York measures taken by the AAU to
.AAU.CItv. a charter member of the help assure the health of ama- a

teur boxers, the sport has been
Ing Over has the had last 75 years box- alive In spite of many Investlcations -
more registered : Into the safety precautions 1
amateur athletes In the AAU afforded professional
than any other sporib. How'e'er boxers In the United States.
as In many nations of the
world, boxing In the last decade (Continued next edition) Cook to perfection while the
has suffered a decline 1 In
popularity. kitchen stays CLEANER, COOLER

During the 1930's! amateur fUMElEJS ,
boxing flourished In this coun DOWN, MORRIS

It try was more not than uncommon any other for sport.ama BROWN 18-6 ELECTRICRANGE

teur boxing tournaments to Bethune Cookman College,
draw crowds of 15,000 to 20,000 Daytona Beach, spoiled Morris
at the finals of tournaments Brown Homecoming game i a
in many cities of the nation. played In Atlanta's Herndon
Tn such tournaments It was Stadium. Willie Hannah, B-CC Set tht modern,automatic electric ranges
usual for entry lists to h a v e half back, carried soo young men competing In i yards to score the first touchdown
.the, senior, Junior and novice ( during the second quar -11M ) "J1g.rn l
classes. ter. ....". Y4". u
Record r INIIIIININ 111Iw
books Indicatethat t
three The Wildcats scored again
men In history! have pro
gressed from National AAU during the third period with a
'championships to Olympic three yard run by quarterbackStanley
championship- and finally to Edwards, and a 33 yd
'world professional boxing pass!' from Edwards to Jerry
'Champlonshlos. The last Simmons. Morris Brown was
to accomplish this unusual man held scoreless until the third Now cheaper than ever to w ,

feat was Cassius Clay recently period on a 15-yard return of .
crowned world heavyweight an intercepted pass. RudolphBarber
'Champon. during the game recov II.
..thin to usi h In combination
Clay knocked out Sonny LJs-! ered three valuable fumbles to
ton who was an outstanding put the Wildcats in scoring position with fltmi'typi fuels a" ills
AAU boxer for four before while Elijah Gibson,
turning professional In 1 power house fullback, picked t The recent $10 million rate "
1953. up a necessary 102 yards of
Others who have rushing out of 163 total yard reduction (fourth major N

through the amateur progressed and Olympic age picked up In rushing.BethuneCookman \ price cut in 10 yean) makes
Games ranks to become now looks Sunshine Service Electricity ?
world champions are Fidel forward to rts homecominggame than before. I 1
a better buy ever
Barba (flyweight In the Lao against Benedict Collegeto
30s) and Floyd Patterson. be played Oct. 17 In Welch NM
Ezzard Charles and the great Memorial Stadium at 2 p.m., ItUHHMWMWMUUUM
Joe Louis are former AAU accompanied by many homecoming *Tfo aetragiprltxpcUptr mUmtlat kUountt hour
champions who later fought activities prior to the
their way to world heavyweight game.
professional champion The Wildcats, record is nowthree
ships. wins and no losses for
the season with wlps

Boxing essentially has been State 28-10. y

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. j -- i\--.-...-" ,...-',-'",-;f/.g.,tr-' Engagement Benefit, For BobbyAt

t PAGE 16 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1964 i 1' 0.:';. AnnouncedThe Parisian! Room

: engagement of Mrs. (This Monday night, Oct. '19:,
a. cs a 400 o.$4G 0 1Xi- in h
0 '. Pauline George to Rev. Phillip at the Parisian Room t e.
.1 Double Deck' Lounge I', at, NW79th
LOOKING THE II. Cooper was announced Sun- St. and 7th Ave. a benefit
day at a tea given at the homeof show will be held for Bobby
I Mrs. Love, Mrs. George is a Marshall, popular local masterof
"t I teacher in the ceremonies.
WORLD OVER t elementary
SPORTS t::: (
I \, l schools of Dade County. Rev, Come hear your favorite
,.:.: \ 1. Cooper is the pastor of Browns- performers. No table charge.
1':1\ J.-' ;!/ '. ville Baptist Church.iIOOOOilOOOOilOOilO. $1.00 donation.
By LEO ARMimiBTER\ : t:! ; t-' t p

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t{b. 'f" :',"'''.:;J;' .. > : ; f'M 'fill Y'1! f Best Buys In Town
:t. .
Cards Continue WinningFor p ;.Y '\:" ,'. .
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i' ;,i'f"'JJi'1 "J' -.--
If'nf ;
NationalsThe ,,',
Open Sunday 2.6 p.m.
St. Louis Cardinals borrowed Mrs. Hannah R. King, master
a page from the Yan- cosmetologist and stylist of 6800 NW 6th Court ii
kees' book and after careful Recognition Dayat Center Beauty Chest, 6707 NW
study became experts at the 15th Ave., has been awarded citations Nice CBS 2-bedroom, jalousied porch, dining room, j
Yankee antics of winning ball Kendall HomeOn and trophies for her garage. $8,500 total. $300 down, $69 month, FHA. | ;
after seemed
games they hope-
lessly lost.Armed Sunday, Oct. 18 at 4 p.m. beautiful work. Every now and _

with this strategic Recognition In the Day auditorium will be observed of- then, a woman likes her hair 675 NW 67ith Street Jj

weapon the Redbirds proceeded 'he Dade County Children's high fashioned. Let Mrs. King
to unend the Yankees and Home at Kendall. have the pleasure of giving Corner CBS beauty, 2-bedroom, garage, appliances. 11
become World Champions, four you a high or semi-high fashioned Washer. $11,200 total, $350 down, FHA.o .
frames to three In this fall i Rev. Carl Bauerhman. nroba- hairdo. Call her at OX
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classic of 1964. I Ion officer at Youth Hall will 1 1-8521. x
Thus the finale of the most '-e the /guest sneaker. He will Attractive CBS 3-bedroom' 2 bath, dining room, III
exciting race In both leagues *;e presented by Rev. Ernest I partly' "furnished, large lot. $11,000 total, $350 down jj
in over two decades was log- TTntchp?on Jr. George Jones
ged as history.The will offer prayer. "Fine Arts and -0- 11

Cardinals' fight to the During this program the I i CBS beauty 4-bedroom 2 bath, Florida room. 11

World Championship Is dem- Hvy nnd girl of the month will l Music" [ Appliances' fenced, $15,500 total. $500 down. j
onstrative of the overall Im- be chosen. _
nrovement the National League One of the girls will serves The Adult Choir of Graced -oNo ,
has been entovin In the past mistress of ceremonies an Presbyterian Church will be, qualifying for this beautiful CBS 4-bedroom, 2I I
years unlike the Americanwhere '?ne of the boys; will present pleased to welcome you and j bath, Florida room, dining room, garage, fenced. j jI
the Yankees seem to er. There will he other items your friends as their guests to total. $89. Reasonable down.
dominate: the National has had rendered by t h e children.mong evening of Fine Arts and I $15,000 j
drA fights each year for the \ them will bf an apv Music on Sunday, Oct. 18 at I -0- |
championship and each team earance the Kendalllte the church, 0895 NW 14th Ave. j VA Resales 2, 3, 4 bedrooms $100 down I Ii
represented the league "net the Glee Cluh' with MlSBrown at 7:30: p.m. Musical charm and
In 'recent years- has been Mettle -.-
ablp as director. Sun- inspiration will precede the
to stop the best the American prv'For' Alfonso Williams will refreshment and fellowship
league has had to offer. So I It conduct recognition hour. H Hlggs, director. i MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS '
Is C"onp'ratR to the stout heart I
of Cards. Champions All. I IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH j j

The Rer'ec' hAd manv star
but Bob Gibson's nltchlnj per. ARCHIE THOMPSON'S SHELL REALTY, Broker !
formance certainly does get

the loudest applause. [ 4260 NW 7th Are. 758-5551

Economy Fish Market ccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccEDISON '

Bob Hayes 'Runs The

100 Meters in 9.9 1115 N.W. 3rd Avenue '

Bob Hayes, the Specials
nleeon toed FAMU merrurv: The best place in town to get
found the excftment of a World
Olvmplcs and the contingent ANY TYPE SEAFOOD I
of the fastest runners 'In the Open Sunday 3-6 p.m.
world to his ]fkfn/l./ Ne
rietit at home running the wall 100 Fish Conchs Oysters ,Lobsters,
Deters faster than any human 101 NW 47ith Street
ever done. His
fulfilled a long performnnce desire- Fresh Daily f Lovely, clean, CBS corner home. Fla. room, plus

and got him a /gold medal. It jalousiedl front porch. Carport. Only $300 down FHA
gave the
chance to move farther ahead a $75.49 month. No closing cost..
of Russia In Its medal
lations. accum.- 171 NW 47th TerraceNice

RX'RTARlon 2-bedroom CBS home, tile roof, garage, fire
LEAGUE "Now It's
ACTION place, kitchen equipped, FHA terms.

noted Haemn first and nlace Fonda since has the doml- 550 NW 53rd StreetCBS

oneninitr sweet Iluilders of the 1 a ea'/lUe.'/hard!T roll"quintet jalousied porch, garage, kitchen equipped, tile

Inc team has been the onlv roof. $350 down, FHAr, no closing costs.
to hold on to the "
are proud to
present: '
win and Fonda and loss!No.column 2 group \In thE' 520 NW 45th Street :<.
they are trailing ever For your inspection, the very last word in modlern '
by 112 point* bedroom! CBS, Fla. room, garage, tile roof $350

ton Here after are the the fourth league week stand: home building.:This,beautiful' brand new 3-bedroom, down FHA, no closing cost.
TEAM 1 Hawan-Fnnda M. L 2-bath, large Fla.' room, complete fenced yard, CBS --+-
No. 1 n..7
2 1 Ecker.Pontlac Sweet Builders <) o home is the' latest and greatest.Sunshine ; SEE THE FOLLOWING' THEN CALL EDISON
R 4
4 '
5 New Frontiers Sport 7 6 5 A Home 1760 NW 45th Street
R rch'p's' Print
7 The Olympics R 5 A 7 OPEN EVERYDAY Extra large 2-bedroom CBS home. 38 ft. carport.

0 R T-Blrds Hagan Fonda, No. 2 5 7 "":" -0- 2 porches. Only $250 dqwn, FHA. $10,500 total. No
10 The 5 7 closing cost.
Independents 0'
t 5
11 McDonald Liquor 5 7 i WHY PAY RENt ;
12 Wardv Rogers 5 7 r ,. 4401 NW 15th Avenue
13 The Keepers 4 R We have many' 2, 3 and 4-bedroom CBS homes
14 Sir John Blazers 4 8, as 3-bedroom, 2 bath CBS, tile roof. $350 down, FHA.

Individual ]league honors, low as $100 dlown and $65 month. Call us 'today. No closing cost. Can be used as duplex. Has two
single games: Frank Richhur
258; Arthur Jackson 256; John kitchens, 2 stoves and 2 refrigerators.
Green 250.. '
High -*ame set: 335 NW 43rd Street -
Green 681 Willie Universal Real Estate
: R
3-bedroom 2 bath
643; Ernest Hayes 627. garage. Attractive large living
room. $300 down FHA. No closing cost.
Top Ten Averages
1. Johnny White 194 I" Sonny: Wright, Registered Broker
2. Earnest Haves 193
3. Willie E.: Robinson 191 Open 7 days a week 9 a.m. 'to, 8 p.m. EDISON
4. Arthur Jackson 190 REALTY Realtors
5. Robert Caldwell 190 4600 NW 7th Avenue 751-8642 ,
6. .Tames Thomas 187

8.7. Alvold Eddie James s 188 188 Open' 7' days. a week -,.9, .m..10)7) :p.m.. .- '; 175 .62nd St. 751-2441
9. Dennis Peak Jr. IBS
10. James Mltchum 185 .

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