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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 24, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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TfMPORA MUTANTUR ET NO9 MUTAMUIt IN iLLIt3 ...


42nd YEAR, No. 8 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1964 1 CENTS
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I 300,000 Negroes In 4'p ., C ai




Florida Can Vote Nov. 3 4



State of 4,4447 the result of an intensive The statewide Negro voter : ( 1.f
RegistrationUp
b1tIJrw-
drive conducted by the registration is 200,060l.compar- _
65% Congress of Racial Equality ed with 183,080: in November
19GO and 240.G1G in May.
A report from Tallahasseethis Gadsden Is now the 14th
week states that nearly among the 67 counties In Ne- Negl'oeI'epresent 12 per
300,000 Negroes in Florida: are gro voter registration and Is cent of the voting strength of
eligible to vote In the Novem- led only by the state's 10 most the state. Two counties, LlWerty
ber general election, an In- populous counties plus Leon, and Lafayette listed no Negro
crase of G5 per cent over the Alachua and Marlon.\ Voters

10GO presidential election, and Secretary of State Tom Adamsfor Negro registration by the big
up to 24.7 per cent since 1 lastMay's counties : Dade 54,211 Du-
the first time, has stopped are ;
primary. breaking down the registration val 42,423; Hlllsborough 21,523: ;

Gadsden County, a tiny rural totals by race: but the Negro Droward 17,205; Palm Reach ....
tobacco-growing area In North voter registration figures were 14,255; Escambla 13,214; Orange -
Florida, about 20 miles from the compiled from records sent In 11107 and} PInellas 10,990. The annual Student Government zer prize..winning News editor,
Capitol, has a total registration from the 67 counties. Association Convocation who has traveled throughoutho
at Florida A and M University world and( appeared on national -
r P ---L'M_, I hi a timely note with the presentation television, forums, are,
,
Tough Teens Get ; William Bag ", editor loft to right Everett): Fleming,
([;Jfl' of The Miami News as AGO!) vice president; Nathaniel
:& 300 Days in Jail guest speaker \ Wesley! .ir., SG-A president and!
__ Shown hero with the Pullt- 'nr' George W. Gore Jr

iiwS I Three teenage trouble:: makers .
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: were sentenced t to 300 days

each In Jail Tuesday by Muni- ;

cipal Judge Meyer M. Brilliant 4, Mississippi Men, Held.1"(\

Convicted and sentenced for

officers assault on were five Martin Miami Alexan-police In Beating: of f..

Ki der 10. of 116 NW 14th Terr.;
t Edward Newbold. 10, 1914 NW
nth Court and Robert L. Jones, JACKSON Miss State and Taken Into custody: were EI'I I

20, 1212 NW First Ave. federal authorities announced I nc"H Henry Avunls' 31 I, Frank'

One of the policemen suffer, then arrest Thursday of four Hyman Thurman. 30; John )

ed a six-stitch gash In the white men on charges of. assault \.tWilliam?. Barber, .33,..!,.ntl l Jarnealcnncth .
ywa'+ ,Y wild melee with the youths at and battery with Intent to Grccr, 33.
,
821 NW 2nd Ave. kill,two, civil rights workers. .
1 N. They were arrested Jn connection '
In passing sentence Brilliant The arrests were made at with the 11)63( (: beating of
1 said, "This I is the stiffest I've Natchez by the Mississippi Druce Payne 22, a white civil
ever handed: out." The Judge I Highway Patrol, following an rIghts worker from Arlington,
expressed his desire to "cleanup Investigation by the )patrol and Vii. and George Green, 21,
all crime In the city" bypassing FBI agent a Greenwood Negro.

stiffer sentences ,
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Miamians Win I''8 Madison Businesses : I




Alonzo StaggMedallion Ordered To IntegrateJACKSONVILLE


U, S. I The judge also enjoined anyone -
To David A, Bythwood co- District Judge Bryan Simpson having notice of the order
President Johnson captain of the championshipteam said Thursday eight Florida i from interferrlng with tho Integration
,of Bethune Cookman businesses must integrate In .
Dorsey Junior H 1 g h compliance with the civil I
College education and math law I Enjoined after Thursday'shearing
rights
Visit Miami SundayPresident teacher and Musician Maxie i were the Illllcrest

Newbold, were awarded the Four of the establishments Dairy liar, Mndlson Restaurant,
11. Johnsonhas come. Alonzo Stagg Medallion for consented to have the Injunc- Big Oak Uestaurant:: all In Madison -
added Miami Lyndon to his Sunday After the dedication at Boca outstanding. achievement In tion issued without opposition, and tho Cross Roads Restaurant -
Florida. Baton, the President will travelIn athletics and physical fitnessat while U. S. District Judge Bryan at Greenville In Madi-
visit to a motorcade to the Dupont Bethune-Cookman College's Simpson announced after a son County Simpson said he
LIU headquarters announced Plaza Hotel where he will rub homecoming: game on Oct. 17. dayJonl'hearing he would tem- would sign the orders as soon
Thursday that the White House shoulders with members of the porarily enjoin the other four as (they were presented to him.
two-hour stop Club. The award was made by
has approved a $1,000 President's
Consenting to Injunctionswere
asked
Clark
Attorney Leroy
Florida Coach Rudolph "Bunky" Mat-
here after he dedicates
Atlantic University at Doc a David W. Walters, state finance thews durlnl'the halftime that the establishments be required the Yellow Pine Truck
chairman for the John- show.; Other ex-players receiving l to pay attorneys fees, Stop, Woodard Movie Theater, ,
Raton. son-Humphrey campaign, said the award were Mike Ar- but Simpson said he would not I and White Ton Drive-In, all
U. S. Sen. George Smathers, there will be no speeches and dis of Lakeland<1 and Charlston rule on that until a hearing for In Madison; and the Inlet GrillIn
It was learned, convinced the no fiund raising. Holts, Quincy permanent Injunction. I 'Daytona Beach.
'President'( that Florida can go ,
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either way In the Nov.. 3 elections lie said It will give Florida -
and that an added visitto Democratic leaders an opportunity -
big Miami could have an Important '.to meet with the Presi- '
bearing on the out dent on, an Informal basis. Roosevelt Savings Tops



- Col. Clark On Urban Renewal*' Board $5 Million in 15 MonthsIn


Claude C. Clark retired army Incredible but It's about outdated.
colonel of 1912 NW 55th St., ." Can an Integrated 1 savings eager to work together for the upgrading housing In Greater I
has replaced James Reid of Director Edwin' Tucker and : Institution succeed In the social advancement of the com Miami.

Richmond Heights on the nine- Chairman Ronald Fine were South? That question was answered munity, Roosevelt Savings and Loan ,
man Urban Renewal Agency praised by Hall. He told them, conclusively this week Roosevelt Savings now numbers formally opened Its doors on
board that Dade "Is proud to see the f/y the announcement that more than 3,000 savings; July) 4 4, low: In the Edison Financial ,
"The eyes will be on you progress you've already made." Roosevelt! Savings; and Loan account owners, from all partof Center, NW 7th Ave.at .
more than any board," Mayor I Other' new board members are Association has reached and Dade County, and from 100 St. Its officers, directors
Chuck Hall warned the Metrorevamped 'Jerome!' Greene Verne Monsal- exceeded $5 million In assets other cities In Florida and and staff Include Negro and
Renewal Agency Herb Savage.: Alnslee within 15 months of opera-
vatge. across the nation as well. White members In approxi-
that was sworn In Wednesday.The Ferdie, n.V.. Johnson. Fine, tions. mately equal numbers.Dr .
also told the nine who resigned was reappolnt- In disclosing this achieve In the field of home mortgages \
members Mayor five of them new- ed along with Alnslee; Arthur ment, John H. Orr Jr., board the Roosevelt has passed Elmer A. Ward, presi-
-sniping from people Courson and G. C. Sparks. chairman of this first fully Integrated the 300 mark, with none In dent of Roosevelt, termed Its '
to expect
default. The bulk of these record-breaking( rate of growth
who are still against the anti- Tucker toW the board mem- savings and loan to "
loans have been madeto "gratifying and encouraging,
than 700 acquisition be state-chartered In the mortgage
effort.
slum bers that appraisals more have been South, said that progress of Negro families, who have and said that, the experience *1.,... --'
"These persons have it on thr Project Area, the Institution has far exceeded heretofore not found satisfac- of the Roosevelt should point ,
in
thtilr minds that anything con- completed bounded by NW 13th expectations because of an tory financing for purchase of the way toward advanced Interracial I
nected with the United States roughly the relations In other
Third overwhelming response from homes readily available, E
22nd Sts. between
government has no value, Hall and "5. people of all races who are Roosevelt Is having an effect fields of business *, rwa
said. "This thinking Is not only and Seventh A venu, ,: ,
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, r IA. I' "."P"I "" .


PAGE 2 SATURDAY' OCTOBER 24, 1964 Pun Phun

... I Rw n .e., 4.
by Phil Ossofer

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World-WLd, the week before
last was a blast. China exploded -
a nuclear bomb, Russia and
England triggered political
bombs, the two participants in
I the baseball world series dropped -

___ L their_ '_'_managers L'u ____.__,.".._ (thesecan __f\
[ t>e iiigniy expHJoSlv: ,I.UV:,
IF YOU ITAVI3. a few hours OUR BIRTHDAY wishes for
and Hurricane Isbell set off
to spare for' a worthy cause the coming week are extendedto
call the Tuberculosis Association Sarah Bethel, Oct. 24; Regina some twisters that turned
FR 7-23G8,' Monday thru Slade and Frankie Rolle, 25; things topsy turvy in Florida.
air in
hot
Add the continuing
Friday, 9 a.m. 5 p.nu: The Josephine Morley, 26; Keith and
processing, counting and mailing Dames, 28; Ermatine Holton, the political campaigns,
of Christmas Seals is done Areletta Watkins and Leola 1904( may go down in historyas
Wind..
by your local TB Association. Mathews, 29 and Laura Butler, the Year of the Big F

This involves a tremendous 30. China's bomb may have been
nmount of work and time. responsible for the Russian
:\11'. and Mrs. ER8KINE.
Won't you Edwin fallout]] with Khrushchevfalling
co-chairman FORBES of 1810 NW 63rd St.
Shirley Is of the out at the Kremlin. It's
are the proud grand parents ofa
1064 Christmas Seal campaign. possible that this fallout came
of James E. Scott Community son born to Lt. Wilbert and before the explosion a new
Barbara Forbes at Frankfurt,
concept in nuclear fallout .
TIm GOLDEN AGE CI.UB Germany.

Association sponsored a AMERICANISM The Russians meanwhile,
Tea in observance of United : decided to double their pleasure -
IF YOU father
want to
Nations Week on Thursday, your by replacing Nik with
take of that is Paternalism
Oct. 22 at four o'clock. Rev. I care. you two leaders. I hope this doesn't .
.Jack; Smith, pastor of the First gum up the world situation.
IF YOU want mother to
'Con e atlonal Church of your It's possible that with Russia's
take of that's Matern-
:North Miami will be speaker. allsm.care you present party line of coexistence -
decided to switch
they
IF YOU want Uncle Sam to
GET WELL greetings; trt Ida rather than fight.
Cash, Queen E. Hall, Sammie take care of you that's Socialism __

'Payne Sr., Dllly Brown and In jolly ol'e England, homeof
:Elizabeth Plttman.TIIKLMA IF YOU want your comrades I the crown and the six-pence,
to take care of you that's Communism the Conservative Party was
ANDERSON, chairman be-laborcd by the Labor Part).. '
' of Episcopal Churchwo- BUT IF YOU want to take I Now Labor Party Leader Ha- Presents TV To Care Center
men's Day activities of Christ care of yourself, that's Americanism rold Wilson is at home at 10
Church, Coconut Grove, announces Downing St., sending ex-Pre- .
- Athalle Range as mier Douglas-Home home. The :Sigma Omicron Chapterof left to right: Oscar Morley, Jr.,
guest speaker for the morning Alpha Chi Pi Omega Soro- Pshawn Rogers. Standing behind -
service.: At five in the afternoon I :Meanwhile:, back at the rity presents Television to the the television: Pearl Pat-
the day's observance will ranch, (America,) the Yanks James E. Scott Community Association -- terson and Arthur Cartwright..
be climaxed with a States Tea 'l"1' yanked Berra as manager, and Day Care Center No. Each year this group of civic
in the Parish Hall. JI thE: Cardinals' Keane manager 1. minded ladies sponsor a benefit -
quit owner Basch. He was Tea in our behalf.
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GitEGOItY JvKWIH; Shirley t either buschetl or wanted out The Television Is being pre-
Hill and Linda Rogers participated .,, y; of the Busch league. sented to Mrs. Mildred P. The Tea will be on Sunday,
In the recent Central' ? Dean, staff member, by Mrs. October 25th, 1964 In the LIberty -
District demonstration for new A domestic explosion, caused Doretha Johnson, Basllius. Square Auditorium 6306N.
elementary physical education by an egg thrown at Barry Children in the picture are W. 14th Avenue, 4:00: p.m.
teachers. Congratulations. Goldwater, tested his sense
; of humor It was found that ,

AMERICAN ATlfLETESwere he could take a "yoke." Can't BARON'S NEW HOMES
well represented among f.. figure out if his assllant was ,
the winners of events at the /'
Tokyo Olympic Games. They trying fo egg him on or egg Save Money

were outstanding in swimming, 'aim off. -, L 3 large bedroom., 2 bath, garage, Fla. room
diving\ baske'tba1box ng as
well as track and field events. ;, 651 NW 47th Street ..
We are quite proud of o u r ATTENTION S I4 1921' NW Both Street *"

own Bob Hayes. This: year the A good opportunity for 1835 NW 41.t Street
United l States is
being
represented
The Right. :Man
by what has been des- Open 3 to 5 p.m.

cribed as its finest Olympic consult! ... We build, buy land or homes -
team in history. In 1890 the k ar Garth Reeves For Sale 6 large lot.

modern. Greece.games Since began that in Athens time- Story Hour 'at Dixie 0710:Miami NW Times 15th Office Ave. Need money? See Baron, Call JE 8.1340

they have been: held every four Park Library Oct. 29 IMiono OX 1-0421
when '
:years, except Interrupted -
by world wars. Witches, Ghosts and Goblins ,'. ,. ,
,
will frolic In tales told during -
DIANNE NEWBOLD of Nassau story hour at the Dixie Park !-
is stopping in Miami afteran Branch of I the Miami Public
extended visit to New York Library on Thursday, Oct. 29, FUND RAISING ?
City. Mrs. Newbold is the at 4:00: p.m. This will mark the
houseguest of her son and 1901-65( story hour season.
family, the William Plnders of Mrs. Rose F Byrd, Children's
Opa-locka. Work Assistant of the Branch
fI'of '
will serve as storyteller for the You Can't Miss
ARTHUR KINO ,
Jr. wns "W'.lIZ
opening session. Mrs. Byrd; an fi '
host
; to more than 30 of his
little friends recently in celebration accomplished storyteller, la WithOPERATION !
well known for her dramatic -'
of his fifth tAh
birthday. I presentations. She will tell ,,
""''rnJd ,
".foit. t ., I.#' .. '
VISITING with her daughter three lively tales: Conjure 1f.: {' .. .
Janie Kearse. Is Mrs Mary Wives, The old hag of it h e SUPPORT\OUR: SALE
Goodmara of Vidalia' Ga. forest and The terrible monster
on Blackberry Street. ,." .
:Mrs. LOUISE LOfKIIART iWhatever 'h
ADDERLY is in New York attending Boys and Girls may wear your obJective-

the funeral of her sister their Halloween costumes If uniforms, instruments, travel
Iris Bowe.MILDRED they wish. This will help to funds-Laura Lee has the
create a festive atmospherefor t '
'j*
answer that has worked for
and JAMES p 'k
the features
special of the
1 b1 it' 1
< thousands of
ESPY organizations
are cuddling their 4th, hour. :
a hove Congratulations Mildred The program Is geared to "mot Fresh, top-quality candies,
and James boys and girls from 7 to 12 packaging personalized with

years of age; however, youngerand your organization's imprint,
rilARMETTES, Inc., ore older children are Invited ..
cases, sales
snonsorlnp their annual "Sadie 'o loin the group. t assistance
Hawkins Day" Danreon Fri- 4
Miss Helen M. Dorsett 't
day, Nov. 13 at Birdland Ball- Branch Librarian No initial Investment.storage 1
urges parents '
room. to Jet their youngsters % -order as for need. Always

EMERALD CHAPTER of attend the weekly story hour factory fresh. /

the Eastern Star, under the each Thursday from 4:00: ito I
leadership of Worthy Matron 5:00: p.m. The program Is free
Vera Smith, entertained on and open to the public.

Sunday afternoon with a tea at '
the home of Blanche Dean. 867 at Bethime'

FEELING FINE nRnln, but One of a variety of Laura Lee Dtpt--- -- --' ----- ---...\
There are 867 students registered S. 0. S. sure-sellers fresh
plump I
minus their tonsils are Michael Laura L.. Candies Inc. I
at Bethune-Cookman
Hart and Cathy Wyche. pecans surrounded by luscious soft 3670 N.W. 79th Street Miami 47, FH. 33147 I
College for the fall semester of caramel covered with rich milk i I
he 1964- 5 term. This Is Please_ n Send complete information
OUR COMMUNITY enthusiastically a chocolate. Sells for $1.00 with 40c I I .
welcome Betty Brown 1,50 increase over last year's profit for your cause. I about S.0.S. ,
and Estella Williams! as new enrollment, Registrar Harrison I D Have your nearest fundraisingI t ,
staff members to the North- DeShields says. I consultant call. S
west YWCA Center 5100 NW With 328 men and 539 women flORIDA OWNED, I Name: I
21st Ave. Best wishes ladles! registered, there are almost FLORIDA OPERATED, I I
two women for every man on Street Address: _______ g
DR. W. F. PAYNE of Morris the B-CC camous. FLORIDA MADE- I
Brown, Atlanta has City and State:___ (
University,
Distributed by classes, 199 AND FLORIDA'S LARGEST t
spent the last few days In our freshmen 190 sophomores, 228 Organization:. a

area pointing out the advantages Juniors!, 221 seniors; 20 unclassified ,---- "
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and opportunities avail- and 0 special students
able to students with additional have entered Bethune for t h e

training beyond high school. first term.
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; SNCC Chairman THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. '

w a Visits African States SATURDAY OCTOBER 24, 1964 PAGE' !: $ "I

AARC, Ghana, West Afrlca-
The Chairman of the Student
Nonviolent home. Mr. Blonston said that
{ Coordinating Com-
., mittee (SNCC) and the head otSNCC's SOCIAL SECURITY each of these persons has a

., Southwest Georgia Pro definite responsibility to see
+t ject are In Accra this week ona . . that his or her employer
six-week tour of African I makes proper earnings reports.A .
countries -. report is due at: the end of
SNCC Chairman John Lewis any quarter in which the
and SNCC Georgia Project Director W [.JI; II'r.] i} worker Is ,paid as much as
Donald Harris arrived ..allGonha Wmi 'HI \'. tIOVIRN'Um $50 In cash by one employer.The .
here October 9. The y were social security; tax is shared -
part of on eleven-man group "Maids and babysitters equally by the worker and
from SNCC that spent two protect your rights: This advice the employer. The present tax
weeks In the Republic of comes from Edward P. rate is 3 5.8 percent from each.

Guinea as guests of President, Blonston, Manager of the To protect your rights to
Sekou Toure Miami North Social Security social security benefits, Mr.
The SNCC group that spent Dial:: let Office. Blonston
S ; urges you to get In
:
k from September 12 until Oct. Mr. Blonston says that many touch with his office to make
5th In Guinea Included Lewis
housewives and homeownersare sure your employer Is making
and Harris, SNCC Executive
unaware that household correct reports. Iq I
Secretary James Forman
p SNCC Mississippi Project Director employees are covered by soc-
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3 y ial security. This and the subsequent -
Robert Moses and Mrs.
'
failure of
Moses, SNCC Arkansas Project employersto REDUCELose
make have
earnings
Director Bill Hansen Mrs Fan- reports
caused maids and other
nie Lou Hamer and many 6 )
SNCC household employees to lose up to pound
staffers Matthew Jones Ruby valuable retirement and disability weekly
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Doris Smith, Prathla Hall and
Julian benefits which were Dr. Long
Bond
rightfully Ithelrs."Household .
While In Guinea, the SNCC employees" Include 1545 S.W. IM S.
r rte K a croup was presented to the maids, babysitters, cooks-, l
National FR 3-2748
Revolutionary Council 'gardeners and others who
and met with President
work In or around a private
Toure three times. a
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) Lewis and Harris went from
Conakry, the Guinea capitol, to I
---...-....--........- .. Monrovia, the capitol of Liberia ARCHIE THOMPSON'SEconomy '
and from there to Accra.
Miss Gwendolyn M. Love, 22, as a research assistant at How- They plan to travel next to
formerly of Miami who presently ard University's Primate Lab- I Kenya and Ethiopia and
resides In Washington/ oratory where she was engaged Northern Rhodesia. Fish Market
D.C., was recently appointedas In psychological research.
Manpower Research Analyst Miss Love's present position I Lewis said he hoped the
In the U. S. Department of La- involves research, analysis, and ; African trip "would help cement
bor's Office of Manpower, Automation Interpretation of labor market i relations between the liberation -
and Training. statistics for use in determining movement In Africa 1115 N.W. 3rd Avenue
Miss Love is a 1963 ''graduate : the nation's manpower resources : nnd the civil rights: struggle
of Howard University where current needs and requirements In the United States" .
she received a B. S. degree in I for full utilization I The Guinea trip was arranged The best place in town to get .
psychology. Before Joining the I of the nation's manpower resources by actor-slnper Harry Bela-
Department's staff, she worked I fonte. ANY TYPE SEAFOOD l"


Beauticians Fish Conchs Oysters ,Lobsters, 1 ,j

Bethune Dedicates \

I Island ClubOctober Fresh Daily Ii/1


Building, 2 More PlannedDAYTONA 26th I' "l

BEACH Dr. II'II''_ II'ITII'' n: ._..__ ___ ___II'' ,OCOOCDCHOW _..__.. '" __"___"' 11'11'11""'" II''____ __

Charles C. Parlln, Englewood: ,
'
N. J., a trustee board member Mothers Hear About
and chairman of the capital I
funds campaign of Bethune- ScholarshipsThe DO YOU
Cookman College delivered the r
dcdlcatorlal address of the "Interracial Mothers Association -
Helen Kottle Memorial Class- of Miami Inc" a civic

room Building Wednesday durt- group dedicated to service lathe PAY YOUR BILLS? i
ing the Fall meeting of t h community, had as their
board of trustees. speaker this week, Leon Rob-
Following the dedication inson, Social Director of Stu-
ceremonies of the new building dent Activities at Dade County
the trustees will break ground College He spoke to a large "-
for the $400,000 Student Union au/tilence/ at the Washington By going to each store and paying in cash? Or by going out, buying a

Building and the $300,000 Boys Federal Bank, Washington: Ave, money order, and mailing it? Here's a much handler way, called a
Dormitory Miami Beach.

Dr Richard V. Moore, presi- He told of the wonderful I
dent stated that funds for the strides made at the college
two proposed buildings have since it was established in 1000. SPECIAL CHECKING ACCOUNTIt
been reserved by the Community There are now 8,000 students I I
Facilities Program of the enrolled with 300 faculty
Housing and Home Finance
Agency, Atlanta. Every year many gifted stu-
dents are denied further edu-
lie reports that applicationshave cation through lack of funds
been filed with James Dade County has a community Works Like This: ,
M. Dungan, coordinator of the program whereby civic minded I. Come to the Lincoln National Bank, deposit whatever *
higher education facilities pro f individuals, clubs, business amount you want, and get a book of checks
gram of the State Dept. of Edu- firms, industry and others do- '
cation, Tallahassee, for a grantunder nate scholarships. (|lust 10* each-25 for $2.50)).
Public: Law 88-204 for
$200,000 for an addition to the Interracial Mothers Associa- 2. Whenever you want to pay a bill, just writ. a '
Harrison Rhodes Memorial tion Inc is happy to be part check for It, In your own home or wherever you X r ,'II
of this The "Esther
Library and $200,000 for an program.
need lot of cash
addition to the Science Build- Feldman Award" will assure happen to boo No to carry a
ing. Miss Ernestine Platt a two around, or to go out and buy a money order for
year course at the college. Miss each bill.'S
With trustee approval construct Platt graduated with I honors f
)'m on these, additionswill from Booker T.
WashingtonHigh
begin Jan. 1., 1005.BethuneCookman School in 1004. 3. You don't have to keep any certain amount In the
The award is given in mem- bank-just whatever you want, in order to cover
College Is the checks write. Each month I'm Resale lUchburg.
you you get a
under sponsorship of the ory of Esther Feldman, one of
General Education Board of statement of your account, togother with your
the founders of Interracial Come In and ak for me.
the Methodist Church and is a Mothers, an ardent worker all cancelled checks, which serve as receipts. The I"S t

fully accredited four year liberal her life for (the betterment of) small charge for all this service Is just 50 f per I'll l>r'!> Rind to help you
arts college by the high- her fellow man.Charlotte month. When you need more checks, simply pick
educational accrediting: agen- Spero Publicity up another book like you did the first time. open your ncconnt.
: cies. ChairmanTHERESA

A bank checking account Is a useful reference-and everyone can afford one

Y, this easy, Inexpensive way.
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PAGE '4 SATURDAY OCTOBER 24, 1964 South is!! set back every time Northern demonstrators Panel on Civil

come down. He knew of no Southern bishops who do

not have the same goals for Negroes as do the Northerners. Rights Progress

"But" we have to use different methods' and worK Proves InterestingA

quietly.

citizens' panel sponsoredby
FORMER PRESIDENT DIES the American Jewish Com-
mittee Wednesday night, exam
11. B. BIGI8MT7ND KELCVK8, Editor and PvbUrfur This week the nation lost one of its most outstanding ined civil rights progress In
citizens. Herbert Hoover the 31st President of the Dade County, then fired frank
.. GARTH C. REEVES. Manage Editor heart attack at questions on problems that.
United States, died on Tuesday from a
Member of the National Novrspapem Publisher AuoclaUot- the age of 90. remain.

fllTIWCIUPTION RATES His body laid in state for two days at the St. Bartholomew After a title-by-tltle expla-
OFE) YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN On Friday nation by Attorney Donald \7.
$6.00actered Episcopal Church on Park Avenue. Jones, the panel told its 20U-
M Second ClaM Matter, August 9, 1027 at the Pont Offlcr- morning the coffin was taken to Washington and will lie member audience how it standsIn
at Miami, Florida, under the act of !March 8, 1876 in the great rotunda of the nation's Capitol for 42 hours. four major areas: Education,
; his home town, Housing, Employment, Pulflle
On Sunday the body will be taken to
bownte"rn Office: lift N.W. ant Arenas Phone FR S-22M Accommodations.Mrs. .
West Branch, Iowa, for burial. The body of his wife who
Main Office at CT40 N.W. 15th Avenno Phone OX 1-0421
Roberts
Janes school
died in 1944 will]) be brought from California and buried
board president, said that Dade
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRIORS") by his side under a simple headstone he selected himself will eliminate segregated
The NEGRO PRESS believe that America can best lead t*. schools within three years\
world from racial and national antagonism! when it accords to
tvery man regardless or race, creed or color) hid' human and TAX HEARING OVERTax Martin Pine, chairman, Miami -
legal right Hating no man fearing no mnn-the Negro Press hearing ended on Tuesday with most of the Housing Authority, sal'I
wtriTes to help every man in the firm belief that all men are that technically, we have no
"M+rt an long an anyone In, held hack. 65,000 protesting taxpayers benefiting the extent of discrimination but we are not
$181,000,000.Of providing adequate housing for
this amount benefit of $114,000,000 went to all citizens.Dr. .
NATIONAL BIBLE WEEK
homeowners ; 39.4 million) on commercial buildings; $28 George Simpson NAACP
October 19-25 is National Bible Week. Perhaps million on personal property and business inventories. vice president stated that thereis

little was said about, it other than what had been said in Many of us did not complain, even though we felt token voluntary desegregation -
the churches; but it is certainly an important event and but a definite lag In Negro
that the taxes were high, therefore we will have to payas education remains.
one that can be commemorated individually. assessed.

Suppose all Christians!' made an effort to read the Paul Walker, Civil Rights
Committee reportedthat
ruble daily during Bible Week? WARNING Advisory in Dade the picture is bet-

The Bible] the Book of Books, is the word of God. ter than average through the
Throe young men, apes 19, 19, 20, have been sentenced state.
How did we get the Bible? In the days of Christ the .
Jewish nation had a group of writings which they regarded to 300 days in jail following conviction for as- At the close of the panel: a
the sault on five Miami police officers last week. The melee qucstlon-and-answer period 1
as word of God. They called it the "Scrip-
took place at 824 NW' 2nd Ave. followed A number of pointed:
tur{ s.U It was read publicly] in 'their' 8 "nagORS.Ve call
it the Old] Testament. Municipal Judge :Meyer M. Brilliant]] heard the case I answered questions were asked and

Tuesday. The youths convicted and sentenced to
were
Christian Churches from the first' accepted these
prison.In. Larry King was moderator
Jewish Scriptures as the word of God, and l gradually added for the occasion
to them Apostolic writings. The Apostolic, writingswere passing sentence the judge said} : "This is the stiffest -

treasured and read in the churches where they entence I've ever handed out, but I am handing out I

first appeared. As the Apostles passed away the stiffer sentences because of the gangs running wild in Two Area ,;Pools

churches began to make copies and collections of all Negro neighborhoods and]. other [areas It's time to cleanup

-available Apostolic writings.The all crime in the city To Close
Judge Brilliant suspended several sentences totalling
original scattered far and wide
manuscripts
were 210 days for a variety of misdemeanor charges including nunche Park and Richmond
over the Roman Empire. Some of the books issued in the
resisting Heights swimming pools a r.e
arrest and interfering with the of offi-
East became in issued duty an that Dade
quickly known the West, and some cer. among four pools
1n the West would VF slowly gaining rponcrnHinn \in t.np. County will close_ Nov. 1.because -.
East; for the East and West: i in the Roman Empire-were The general public should be in accord with Judge of cool weather and lack
far apart. Brilliant's move to reduce crime. It is hoped that other of attendance.

There translations. In 1382 John Wycliff judges will inflict heavier sentences upon those who A. H. Peavy Jr. supervisor of
are many have no respect for law or order. recreation for the Dade Park
translated first English Bible] from the Vulgate. System, said:
That was before the invention of printing.In Such action should] be a warning ,to our youth. The
1525 came William Tyndale's translation from gangs could turn their attention to worthwhile things. "We've found that these have
It would] be so much better for all been financial losers during the
the original Greek and Hebrew.In concerned.. winter, 1he four will reopen
1535 Coverdale translated from Dutch and Latin Suppose a gang would decide to change tactics, March 1."

sources. The Psalms to this day are just as Coverdale join the YMCA, attend night school, learn a trade, get
translated them. a job of some kind, become a useful, worthwhile man in

The Great Bible of 1539 was a compilation from your community. BeauticiansOct.

Tyndale, Rogers and Coverdale. There are untold opportunities, boys. Think about 26th

The Geneva Bible in 1560 came from a group of Prot- It! You' can make good if you want to. Island Club

estant scholars who, in persecution by Queen Mary, took
refuge in Geneva. POLITICALThe
The Bishop's Bible Housekeepers, cooks, maids,
of 1560 was authorized for the
Church of England.In well-known columnist, Drew Pearson, has published mother's helpers, couples. Excellent -
some very interesting figures anent payrolls) of live In opening In New
1611 the James Version
King appeared to settleon candidates. Goldwater and Miller's'
payrolls, and em- York and Connecticut. Trans-
policy for uniform service for
a Presbyterian Scot- ployees' were found drawing down
land and Episcopal England. '"King James ordered a new Names mentioned are John government money. portation advanced.
Stenger and.
translation that has been the household Bible of the Famngton. Charles Also local

English speaking world for more than 300 years There's been quite Finest male and female openings -
battle of
a words going on be- Domestic hotel restaurant -
In 1901 came the American Revised Version, and tween the Democratic candidates ,
for
there ,are many others. Haydon Burns governor of Florida I laundry worker, etc.
and
the
The Bible contains the story of Christ., The church Charles Holley. The! subject Republican> candidate, .Burl an+cr A*"or,Ates
exists to tell the story of Christ. The Mayor Bums' money. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY

The Bible is translated into Milwaukee_ Journal and_ the New York Sunday
languages. The
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many 'l\Tn'"HI: aye jon I .1 'the l 502 NW 54th Street
Bib i 1 e, the Book of Books, remains the world's best President Johnson uu IW of newspapers supporting Phone 757-7674
seller. and Senator Hubert Humphrey

It is Election Day Nov. 3, is little more than week
regrettable that Bible reading i is not now allowed a
Ye Editor
in our schools; but such is the law, and as good away. believes most of the voters have made Open Sunday 2.6 p.m.
or are about to
make
citizens, we must abide by the law. up their minds which candidates
they will vote for on that day.
.
7401 NW '11th ).vP<.
Most important offices in the nation
to be filled
NEW PRESIDING BISHOP with the president and vice-president. If the majority $600 down $25 Wk.
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At the General Convention held in St. Louis the Rt. of our voters are Democratic let' us hope they will make 4.bedroom CBS.
Rev. John E. Hines, Bishop of Texas was elected Presiding every effort to vote in the election 2 bath

Bi hon of -the Enisconal Church succeeding the ........The Miami' Times has already endorsed President Hardwood floors spaciousrooms

Rt. Rev. Arthur Lichtenberr who retired because he is Lyndon Johnson! as the most experienced and best fitted I corner lot, 2 years
suffering from Parkinson's disease. to be elected to continue his
progressive
program for the. new. Move in today.
Bishoo Hines, a native of South Carolina, was bishopof good of the nation! Our Prc ident. lIaR been endorsed ;
by
Texas for 19 years. most of the leading newspapers in the country. .

Among imnortnnt matters' ; considered at the conven-

tion was> opening of the Holv Communion to baptized Hurray Hats and caps off to our Bob Gibson whose $390 down $19 Wk.

Christians of other denominations. performance on the mound in the World's Series clinched 3-bedVoom, 1-bath 'CBS. 1

Attacking discrimination against minorites in hous- the victorv for the St. Louis Cardinals, and also to No qualifying, no closing

ing, education and fobs n resolution commending clergy our athlete. Bobbv Hayes a FAMU product who starred cost. Move in today.
and laity engaged in civil rights throughout the United in the Olympics, adding to the United States' num-

States was adopted. Anv discrimination in church wor- ber of gold medals. Trio Realty

ship te unchristian_, said the resolution. Also to our entertainer Sammy Davis Jr., I
whose We
Bishop Henry I. Louttit of the Diocese of S'o u t h performances delight his audiences He was at it are open 9-6 p.m.

Florida said' "TheM is no hnrd feelinr) between Northern Tuesday night when he appeared in "Golden Boy again," PL 9.8372 PL 9.0132 ) I

and Southern htohons on the racial l issue It wns his dishevelled prize fight musical at the Majestic Theater in a 801 NW 54th' Street

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:" -irI: a .. \ ..",',.. I" ._ All degree in 1018. Ho is Laboratories will appear at
president of Summit Laboratories the Island Cling Work Clinic
PARKER WII.)).\IJ\N HTUVH HINTON
and will conduct the for beauticians only on, Oct
\\' o r k clinic for beauticians 20 10 a.m. 5 pm. Free admissIon -
With Little Junior Parker's Band a nd Wildman Steve, your new M.C.
:Monday, Oct. 20 at the Island and free refreshments.
Come and sing and swing along with Wildman Steve Tuesdays and Thursday' Nites Club. lie Is a graduate of Pore
School of Doauty Culture and
Teenage Matinee Sunday 3.6 p.m. During the course of his association has studied under Mr. Williams,
with Summit Labora- protege of Antoine, famous
:Ir1T1T1TJ.rJ."lrlrlrJ.r.1C.\"P'lI'1'lt II"IT I Z F".rrD".Ia'tr-.1rF.D'! gFIfZrI "' tories several honors have l French stylist
been bestowed upon him. The
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COMING! HALLOWE'EN NITE SAT. OCT. 31
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Leagues, an organization of authority on hair straighten-
more than 15,000 professional ers, having developed tho m
Clyde Killens' and Bobby Marshall's Hurricane Boys presents beauticians, presented him through research and testing
with an award of merit "In In his role of cosmetologist
recognition of skill and art In and chemist Ills advanced(
5th Annual the Held) of salesmanship training a n d experience Include -
MASQUERADE BALLFEATURING In the beauty industry." all phases of l permanent
waving, hair culture, style designing -
Ikvuity Trade, professionalbeauticians'
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magazine, honoredMr. and wet work
Bundles by selecting him
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manufacturer workshop in
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mailer: of ceremonies during .
Vera Clarke entertained
their IDOl( Sip Show, for beau -
the Royal} Twenty Women'sCJub
tlclans all the
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Henry/ Clarke Jr., ,'3201 Percl-
THE INCARNATION val Ave.
I d Hev. EdwIn ShIrley vicar I Final K'poits were presented
Hev. H, 1':. S. Keevt's, deacon for the coming year. Decisions
Sunday, Oct.2.r">: Trinity XXII, concc-inlng' these reports} will
8, Mass he announced in/ the near future -
am. Sung ; 0.15{ : Sunday .
The Countess Kcnn MiCallHlnitnon Brown BomlxTINlnmtM School; ll.oo:()( 1IornlnuPl'l1yer
and Holy Communion. The charming hostess delighted -
Friday, 5 p.m. Confirmation her guests with a deIclous -
class for children repast.)
The next meeting! will beheld
,N YP Episcopal} Churchwomen are Sunday( Oct. 25 at the
.. "' quite busy getting ready for home of Mr, nndh'R.: Ambry
the annual States Tea that l>avls, .1117 Oak Ave.
comes off Nov. 15. Mis. }KamoHtlne Holton In

: I I }Episcopal Churchmen are }Ho.sldcnt.Confirmation t.
Invlicd to participate in the
y 1 3 + II cumin )::very Member Class for adults
t vas. Please give your can-I I Is now open, Consult }Father
I the secretary, Arthur :Shirley or place your name and
,. 7'mvtCwlolla We need your help, i address! In the mall box.Charlie .
Ik'c nee Joyce J.mglddle
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Court TEAT Ave, Coconut Grove The
Couple to Supreme I speaker will be Mr. Raymond

h e Licensed Practical F. Poore administrator of S.
Wnshlngton The NAACP African or N-o; blood" was lish that there is no such thingas Nurses' Club cordially Invites Miami Hospital.
Legal Defense Fund today ask- unconstitutionally vague, and "Negro blood" and that "in you ito Its Annual Tea, Sunday,
ed the Supreme Court to over- that the state had failed ito every respect the blood of all October 25th, 4-0 p.m., at the M. Johnson, presidentL.
turn the jail sentences of a prove that McLaughlin wasa human groups is the same." House of Albert, 34G1 Grand Perpall, reporter
Miami couple convicted under that test. The The case was argued by two
No. 798.05 of the Florida statutes state relied on a policeman's members of the Legal Defense --
testimony that in his opinion Fund Board of Directors. William
McLaughlin was a Negro. I T. Coleman:: Jr. of Philadelphia -
This law makes It a crime The brief quoted numerous Pa. and Louis H. Pol- Ii: Jay Gutfeirez
for a "Negro Man and white scientific authorities to estab- lak of New Haven, Conn.
woman who are not marriedto \
each other (to) habitually -

night live time In the and same occupy room.in"the Labor Dept. Hires 34 i Painting Contractor 2200 N.W, 36 St.Ph.. 634-1117

The defendants In he case, Washington, D. C. Secre-
Dewey McLaughlin, a British tary of Labor W. Wlllard Wirtz
Honduran who was formerly a has announced that in the past WARNER; HINES
merchant seaman, and Connie few months the Department of t 3 }
Hoffman, were arrested In Labor's recruitment program in \ .
Miami in April, 1961. predominately Negro colleges / z \ f ?
has produced 31 entrance-level ,
Their lawyers asked the Legal professional Negro employees
Defense Fund to assist In the
case while the couple was still Mr. Wirtz stated that the De-
in jail partment's Positive Recruitment ,
Program includes recruiting a
The Legal Defense Fund brief for specific vacancies, Clericalor
argued that the convictions hlghHgrade! level positionsare
and Jail sentences violated the difficult to fill from the
Fourteenth Amendment in seve- Federal Service entrance ex-
ral respects: amination lists
Licensed and l Insured
First, It was argued that the The extended
Secretary
conviction obtained far City and County
was under thanks and commendation t o
"an explicitly racial the National Urban Leagueand FHKK: ESTIMATE
Florida law, which punishesan to Negro leaders In various
Service 34-2043
pbon
interracial couple for acts communities for assistance ren-
which are not ,prohibited If dered in recruiting high caliber
committed by persons of the Negro personnel.
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same race.

It was also asserted that if Demos Plan two KBTAIIL1SIIKD IN 1048
persons of the same race wereinvolved a \
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added proof wouldbe South Dade' Rallies Finest Quality Building
required to convict under
other Florida laws, and that Democratic rallies are sched-1 PL 1-3604
this racial law violated the uled for Richmond Heights and
Constitution. Coconut Grove.

Second, it was argued that appellants Coconut Grove's rally will be 1, ade2a &
were denied a chqnce held nt 8 pm. Friday, Oct. 30, ::
to show that they had a val- at Vlrrick Park and the Rich- 0s -
id common law marriage because mond Heights's affair Is 8 p.m. -----_-..-.+t a EJ'' t'r' ,
of Florida's law prohibiting Saturday, Oct. 31, at Richmond
marriages between Heights Shopping Center. whites and Negroes.
The rallies are being arranged -
It was asserted that the law by the South Dade Voters'
against intermarriage Is an Irrational League with Mrs. Ora D. Tay- YOUR LOT OR OURS
discrimination basedon lor,
sponsor.
discredited theories of Negro We plan, guide and advise t
Inferiority and race prejudice
which the state cannot enforce Custom Built Horn.
under the Constitution. BeauticiansOct.
Attractive Addition

Finally, It was argued that 26th Quality Alterations
Florida attempt to define &
Negro as "every person having Good bank financing
Island Club
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decision of the National ,resolve now to vote in great .
Newspaper Publishers Associ numbers on Nov. 3. Only in For Best Results

ation to support an all-out this individual manner can duty.we performour Try a Classified Ad "TOO GOOD TO BE -JUST FOR THE YOUNG"
"Get Out The Vote" campaignIs
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so important a
choice. It Is true that duringthe I
summer there has been *
great emphasis on the registration r
of citizens, not only in the I
South but in the urban areas ; STATE BUILDERSIS
of the North, as well. While
men and women have been
paying the supreme sacrifice In
the South for the right of the
PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT MR. H.
ballot, too many of the resi- -
dents of :the North have adopted -
a "Let John Do It!" attitude )n,M gF A. MITCHELL IS NOW ASSOCIATED WITH
about participating in political
elections. OUR SALES STAFF AND WILL BE HAPPY TO

There can be no excuses whya HELP YOU WITH YOUR CONSTRUCTION
,people, struggling so hard r
for full equality under the law
should be apathetic about the PROBLEMS.
!basic right of the ballot. The 11'. A. MITClIBLIj
Miami Himes Is enthusiastically -

which/supporting should move this more campaign thana STATE BUILDERS SPECIALIZE IN BUILDING
token number to the polls on
Tuesday, Nov. 3. We stand
; ready to assist In any way we
Lot
Your
can In educating and helping Homes Duplexes Apartments on
those who want and need such ,

assistance. "WITH NO MONEY DOWN" *'
Thanks to tit? dedication of \ ..
many groups and organizations, "SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS"

thousands of Neeme! have
been placed on voting rolls In WE ALSO DO ALL TYPES OF REMODELINGCALL

the South. Every responsible
civil rights organization: has TO-DAY PHONE
adopted come form of emphasis

, on voting. It is now up to every FOR FREE ESTIMATES 7594581t

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-, ProgramThere Metro on Open Mike
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. A Men's Day
Open Mike and Hendrik J.
Men's Dayprogram will discuss "Metro Revisited
Berns
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Broward at the iL)khway Christian Sunday: 7 to 0
.. .. Church of Christ of the )),m Special guests are Tom
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beginning at 1 p.m.. Aram Goshgarian,
Operation Big Vote Has You Oct 25 are Invited. It Is being .
News sponrol'ed by Elder Nat Greb. Best Method to Sell!

Education; J Dishop location S.is White lG03 N\Vp5th Court. --A classified ad!

ProgramEveryone nyWalter BoweEbenezer i

Is Invited to come National Urban League, 1240 VOTER
and refresh your memory on NW 3rd Ave.Ecidie's kt MINISTERIAL

how to use the voting ma- Drugs, 801 NW 3rd Baptist Church of COMMITTEEPRESENTS
ch'ne' Instructions will be given Ave. Hallandale will observe Men'sIay REGISTRATION'
at the following locations: ) Sunday, Oct. 25. You are
Famous Chef Restaurant,
.1ngshol'cnum's Pension and I invited to attend pastor.
812 NW 2nd Ave.Albert's Rev. 0. W Foster,
I day
Welfare office, Dade County A GIANTPREELECTION
Lea Port, Pier 2, Bldg. 4. I J longshoreman's Drug Hall 810 The VFW Post No. 819 has
Miami Time. 07-10 NW 15th NW 2nd Ave.Economy Its membership drive on. Alloverseas
veterans are elig-
Ave.A. HAllY
Drug( 1101 NW 3rd join this veterans post I
I). :Moore, Ventral Life Insurance Ave. Stint the first Sunday in ,
office, 176 NW 14th November at Howe's Modernistic
St. Liberty Square Community Barber Shop on Pembroke
Center, 0301 NW 14th Ave. FEATURINGThe
Road
owt'on'! Dig Vote, G711 NW James: E. Scott CommunityCenter his Utility Voices, The Bells of Zlcn:
l&th Ave. celebrated
Rev A. Inman
66th
1123 NW St.
Neal Adams, 4825 NW 27th For .normaon: call G9G-$1G2, (fith birthday 27th Ave.at his Tuesday home, And a Massed Choir

AVe.S Operation or : 371-8251 Dig: Vote Urban headquarters League- Oct.3800 .SW 20. Many of his friends II

:. John Baptist Church, Cleveland Turner Is c h a 1 r- and relatives were and there R. also P.I I Monday Nov. 2 1964
Ellis King ,
1320 NW 3rd Ave man and Ellis McCants, Clar- Revs. He ,
Lincoln National Bank 0013 ence Patterson and Willie Mc- Daniels of W. Hollywood..
Charles received many gifts.PreElection I 8:00 p.m.
Coy, --
NW 7th Ave. coordinator

Roosevelt) Savings__and!! Loan Hadley Is I Rally BETHEL AME CHURCH
Association 0015 NW 7th Ave I
Bunche Park Pharmack, 2280 :-.. :-. At Bethel Nov. 2 245 NW 8th Street Miami, Florida
Bunche Park West Drive. The printed record shows
the his- DONATION $1.50
in
that never before
2202
Opa-locka Barber Shop,
tory of the Negro have we hadas
,. 4.Labntfa Ave.. many to register at any giv-
7-1 (Opa-locka), 44035 NW en time as was done just recently -
22nd Ave. it1U during the Voter Registration - -
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Drive. I
Valet's Barber Shop, HMO y
NW 22nd Ave.Jo1l1vettc But what the record failedto I
reveal Is that never before ABetterJobin
Plaza 0319 NW 21 have we had the all out effortof
place (Senior Citizens Center). the ministers of all faiths '
Lincoln Fields Drugs. working together to help get
House Motel and I the Job done. ii i
Hampton
ps z ii i
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Villas, 4200 NW 2t7h Ave. \1 The ministers will be on the i Days-Not Months
job from now on but need yolir i
Voter Education Project support. Please be on hand at i
I Bethel AME Church, 235 NW Pease send me complete information
8th St., MOnday Nov. 2 for the
pre-election rally.} Don't be a i tuition: entrance requirements, etc. I
slacker, donate at least 150. II
I
LIBCITYDrive
We must have money to Jro-
mote our cause. n .
1 Business Training School \

in Theatre Rev. Thedford Johnsln, Is 14 S.E.
1st Street
(upstairs)
Part of the duties of Fort chairman and Garth Reeves Is 11n
COMPLETELYINTEGRATED Campbell's Military Police Is treasurer. Miami, Fla.
the training in traffic safetyof
NOW SHOWING Junior M. P.'s, that's the Mail at once to
Job' of Pfc. Youther Eaford of
the lOlot Military Police Co. Lindsey Hopkins nI

of of 532 S32ft% NW NW 17th 17th St.St. FfC.Pfc. Classes ClosedAll I I !I II Aaine ............................. ........*......................?............... Age ...,. ....... II
Eaford Is stationed In For t classes In the Lindsey I I

Campbell, Ky. Hopkins Education Center are I I II Mivet ... ..... ..................................................... City ........................ I I
closed and will remain closed I I II :
until further notice. Announce- I I II
I For Best Results ments will be made via news- I I II II II llO'Jlt'' .............,....... ..... If you have no phone please call us,
papers and TV prior to the I 371-7800
I Try a Classified Ad I. opening date of classes. Please I
do not call the school.
Tn-fi'i- ( ) class
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JoHN W\Yr1?: I Bishop Charles will hold the greatest deliverance I I I II I II

I RfJOHN f FOHD I service ever, Monday, Nov. 2, 8 p.m. at the Long I I I II I II School
_, I'I'< VA.WS'mEF shoreman's Hall, 81G NW 2nd Ave.If Ii i Ii i

you are' sick, lonely, fixed, can't hold anything, (INTEGRATED)

., trouble in the home remember ,that
Bishop
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"-.u A PARAUOUNI Charles is coming with his hand in God's hand to
RELEASE
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I Church Council To Dade Camera Center

I Meet On MondayThe (ArrosH utr-set from Jackson
High School)
Fall iuaricrly meeting
of the Greater Miami Council 1724 NW 36th Street
of Churches will be held Mon- ,
day, ,. Oct. 26 at the Central Phone 633-1744
naptlst Church, COO NE First Newly Opened
Ave., Eugene Rankin, actingpresident "Whore the price Is right"
presiding. The film
most complete
Guest speaker will be Dr.
Irving' E. Muskat, chairman of and camera store in
toiler-American Center Authority AHapattah

4 ,
1 i A. "w.a At 330; there will bo a panel -
discussion, the Rev. Theodore To nil uhoYo t troubled. You can
Uall, moderator.At have I Harm solved now, It
G-15: p.m. meeting at the nuikcH no difference what they
; First Hungarian United I arc, they ran be solved b)' a
fi Church of Christ, 2230 NW man I'a ont rwea'oU.lIch.: .
k ki 14th St. The speaker will be
1>1'0 R. II. Edwin Espy general I-Iarold Moss'
secretary of the Council of
Churches of Christ in the Cal G96-205&
United States. He will be introduced .. ..
by Dr. Jack A. Davis,
L executive secretary of the !sal NW (Mid: Street
i Florida Council of Churches. 0:11:

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Dr, w. D. Steward, presidentof
Edward Waters College, received club Celebrates
a surprise birthday gift Want A New Home?
from the faculty and student 29th AnniversaryOn I Operator WantedChez
body during a recent chapel October 21. IKIS. the Social
Buy direct from the leading builders and save
program. Presenting the gift Is
Savings Club was foundedand DeVeaux Hair Dresser
Miss EWC, Brenda Grissett organized by the late Mrs lots of money!III I II
and Mrs. Brllla Thomas of the Bertha Robinson This group Is 6022 NW 7th AvenueGood have '
Dept. of Education, representing celebrating this occasion by at- I great houses and a great deal for good buyers
the students and the fac- ending the 10 o'clock Mass at
chance to build MEET ME AT MY MODEL '.
ulty, respectively. he Holy Redeemer Catholic
Church. We will appreciate our clientele 736
NW 49th Street
i irlends Joining us. r

Chatter Matter Mrs. Lillian Natrn is president 1I 1- Tel. 751-9110 Saturday' and Sunday 2.5 p.m. I
WK THOUGHT the rnco- I and Mrs Margarctt Taylor, !
baiting newspaper, Miami Life, ; secretary. I I ONE :\1Jt'l'oJ\nJ
was dead. But their latest edi-
tion is true to old formula 3-JIEI)1iOMS ).'J.J1t()() 1

two vicious sttories against Ne- House and Apts. For Rent -., ATIW ULTRA MOI ItN
groes. K1TC1IKNCAHAGH .:

FRANK IU BV) S. was in From $50 per month. Furnished or unfurnished. CENTRAL: HEAT
town this week from
Washington -
Houses for saje. EZ terms bargain prices. Auto in-
tying the loose ends together PRICED TO SELL FAST!
for the National Demo-
cratic Party. Local Demo forces surance. Discounts for safe drivers.D. .
WYNNE HOME BUILDERS ,
united and determined to
are
I
son get out ticket.a big vote for the John- Goodman and Sonu, Inc. lAC12NttUl AND 1NHUUK1) \\

"Insurance, Real Estate, Mortgage"
AT FLA. MKMOKIAL: College JE 1-6902 235-2958 c
l In St. Augustine, Norma 2688 NW 62nd Street OX 1-0380
Williams has been selected
"Miss Baptist Student Union."
Doris McGahee "Miss Omega \
Pst Phi and Isaac Walker "Miss
Ivy Leaf Club." The Home Buys You've Been

Till VAUIOUH auxiliaries of Waiting For I
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Grace Presbyterian Church met
Sunday, Oct. 18 at the home of
HOME AND INCOME
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Edwards GORGEOUS
to celebrate his With birthday. 2 lovely modern CBS homes for the price of one.

Delicious refreshments were Fla. room, carport, many extras. Priced to sell Ex lyIPISSAID
served.lillBTIIDAY OreellnKH are cellent terms. No qualifying. Live less than rent. L NOUANO 0'0.0' A. (MATNIIP 101111 I, ( MISS CHA."I'. SINNIUt

extended to David Davis by DOWN
$100
his wife Eunice Davis.
Beautiful, modern bedroom CBS. Fla. room, spotless

brand new condition. $96 a month pay all.

BeauticiansOct. Bunche Park area. -

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performance of Lyndon B. Johnson as President I- :
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''EFFECTIVE UNTILNOVEMBER ; Florida Needs President Johnson

a.'M" / 1st tiff'_\yy- President Johnson Needs Your Vote 5% '

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. ST PAUL AIDE Ci4tb li St. MARY'S W. M. GRACE PRESBYTERIAN

PAGE 10 SATURDAY OCTOBER 24 1064 Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor Rev. II. V. Stuart, Pastor. Rev. W. V. Savoy, pastor

i Mrs. Lea Cray, reporter Miss Dorothy Major, reporter Last Sunday was a hIgh-

1 OP ST. MARY'S light day as "Laymen's Sun-
The all the mem- WOMEN
pastor urges "
; day. The two morning guest
him fora RAISE $3,279.09
bership 'to accompany and
Arthur Cook
j speakers
,
return visit with the mem- There will be testimony ser- Vanderbrook brought
: j bers of the Mt. Carmel Churchon vice. The male chorus will fur- William the
' on experience -
i r Wednesday, Oct. 28 at 8 p.m. nish music morning and night.St. I stirring of message tithing. In the evening,
Usher Board No. 1 will cele- Mary's will observe its i
full and appreciative congregation -
brate Its 40th anniversary on 41st anniversary with a ban- the musical
6 Sunday, Oct. 25 from 3 to 5 quet at Roosevelt Bank Nov. I enjoyed conducted Mr. and
by
I p.m. Ilev. Jenkins will be guest 11 at 8 p.m. All members are I Sirs.program Harold

speaker.A asked to support this project.The We urge all Higgs.members to be

I big sale, come out with Tickets public can is be invited.obtained from present' this Sunday, since the

just a desire to buy, and a yen members of the church. Donation coming! week precedes anni-
to help the chairman of Wo- $2.50.NEW versary week in November.At .
man's Day. The sale starts at 7:30: p.m. the Youth Fel-
11 a.m., Oct. 31. PROVIDENCERev. lowship will be in charge of
the devotional program and
Mrs. C. B. Hilton Is the boos- C. J. Burney, pastor their guests will be the senior
: ter for Woman's Day. Mrs. Mrs. Claudia Wilson, reporterWe highs of Miami Springs Presby-
Abram would like to thank terian Church.
: everyone for making her pro- had a wonderful time. Next Tuesday at 8:15: p.m.
gram a success. throughout the day Sunday.Our the guest church who will come
men are still busy working to us will be St. Mary's Wesleyan -

S. Smith would like to thank 'ssorDaye success of their Methodist, Rev. Stuart, pas-
everyone for making his pro- The Ministers tor. Our adult choir will be
gram a success. Wives Council, the Mothers special greeters.Let .
Board and the Missionary Society -
us pray for our sick and
will celebrate their anni- shut-ins, especially for Frank
Many Churches To Observe versaries Sunday afternoon, Oliver, who is a patient in the
Oct. 25, Baptism services Sunday Veterans' Hospital
I morning, Oct. 25 in the
"Woman's morning services. All candidates -
SHILOH BAPTISTRev.
And Men's Day Sunday are asked to be presentat

], 10 a.m. and bring a changeof A. M. Griffin, pastor

J ((garments. Sister C. M. Myles, reporter
FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST ST. LUKE. CHURCHMrs. GREATER BETHEL Continue In prayer for the
sick and those who are not Church service was spiritually -
Rev. J. E. Jenkins pastor B. Green, reporterRev. WOMEN SET FOR I able to attend church. Also high all day starting with
Ruby Lee Carr, reporter P. W. Williams pastor
NOVEMBER: DATE pray for our pastor's wife who Sunday School at 9:30: our pas-
"But when the fullness of the Sunday, Oct. 25 we will observe lost her brother. The funeral tor delivered both sermons.
time was come, God sent forth our annual Woman's Day. Women of Greater Bethel will be Saturday 3 p.m. at Mt.
The No. 1 choir will have
AME Church led by Mesdames a
his Son, made ofa woman, The committee has Tabor M. B. Church.
made under the law to redeem program Emma Collins, Hazel Simmonsand sale Saturday, Oct. 24 at the
them that were under th law, prepared a wonderful pro- Alfronia Kennon, have set home of Sis. Doris Trody on
M. B.
NEW MACEDONIA
have chosen
They a dynamic -
gram. 59th
St., between 12th and 13th
that we might receive the adoption speaker for the morning Nov. 15 for the observance ofV'oman's
Ave.
\ Day. Rev. Roscoe Jackson pastor
of sons"We
service. Mrs. W. E. Sims wif
wish to thank our guest' ofe the Rev W. E. Sims,,pastor Mrs. Athalie M. Range, speaker Willie J. Beard, reporterThe Sunday evening; at 3 o'clock

of honor, Sis. Mary Frances of the New Hope M. B. for the occasion, will treat South Florida Spiritual the Missionary Society will observe
White and our many friends Church. The theme for the the 'theme, "Challenge for Singers' Union held Its seventh their 2nd anniversary.
who attended our Calendar Tea day: "Our Faith Is The Vistory Women in a Changing World." anniversary at New Macedonia Rev. William Slater and congregation -
given on the lawn of Bro. and That Overcome The World." More than 100 captains are on last Sunday night. We of Day Spring Bap-
Sis. Leroy Sharpe's home on For the evening 'there will working to capture the crown had a glorious time in the tist Church will be in charge.
last Sunday which was given In be song service. Mrs. Mary of "Miss Greater Bethel" which name of the Lord. Refreshments will be served.
behalf of our Woman's Day Johnson, narrator. the late Miss Hattie L. Brace Wie, wish to thank our mem- BTU every Sunday eveningat
drive. Sis. White's message was received during the observancelast bers, visitors and friends who 5:30.:
enjoyed by all. Members and friends, you are year. The crown will be accompanied us to Pahokee on
Let us remember the sick
cordially Invited to worship won by the captain who reports last Sunday to render service
and shut-in
with us throughout the day. the highest amount of for Rev. W. E. Bouyer ana In our prayers.
Mrs. Annie B. Sullivan, gen- money over $100. Other prizes I congregation of New Hope Bap- Looking forward to seeing
eral chairman. will) be offered to runnerups.The tist Church. Our pastor's text you Saturday and Sunday.

pastor Is urging all was taken from Hebrews 12:1-:
METROPOLITAN AME members to support the womenin 2.. TEMPLE BAPTIST

a Rev. J. J. Williams pastor this effort. Friends and visi- Usher Board No. 2 will begin Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor
tors are also welcome to JoinIn celebrating its second anniver-
1778 NW 69th Street
the observance. sary and will close out sun- Tonight (Friday) the Wo-

The pastor, members and I day afternoon with Rev W. E. man's Day committee Is sponsoring -
friends of Metropolitan AME MT. CARMEL BAPITSTRev. Sims and congregation of New a "Trip Around The
Church observe their annual Hope Baptist Church in charge. World," destination, Hyde Park.
Woman's Day Oct. 25. D. A. Bradley, pastor You are most cordially Invited Transportation will leave the
The morning speaker will be Sis. Louise White clerk to attend. church at 8 p.m. Tickets, $1.00.

Mrs. Ruby E. Duren, faculty We are Inviting you to come The committee wishes to
members of the Miami North- and be with us In Sunday MT. CALVARY CHURCH deepest appreciation and express -

western Senior High School. School at 9:30: a.m. Last Sundaywe Rev. S. Atchison pastor thanks to the Rev. Ernest Williams -
Evening speaker is the cochairman studied about "Qualifications Constance Carter reporterOn and congregation of New
Mrs. Juanita B. Cole. of Church Officers." A
4 R,o Bethel
tln Baptist Church and the
behalf of the No. 4 Usher
Mrs. Rosa Allen is chairman. wonderful lesson. Rev. McGriff Rev. A. D. Hall and
Board, we would like to take congregation -
Everyone is invited to attend delivered the morning message of Ebenezer
and witness a great day. and the Rev Otis Munday delivered this opportunity to thank each services rendered Methodist for
last
and everyone who helped to Friday
r t the evening message.
Y and Sunday nights. Thanks
\ A U + make their anniversary a suc- a
... + ALLEN: CHAPEL AME The No. 1 choir Is very cess. million .1''I

Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor thankful for the cooperation Sunday will be our annual Woman's Day is just two
MRS. C. J. BURNBY Mrs. Fannie Gaddy, reporter that was given to them on Men's Day. The Men have weeks off and every loyal mem-
their anniversary. The No. 1 chosen as their theme: "What ber is
Woman's will be ob- Usher Board will its pitching in to put it over
Day
begin
We are inviting you to be anniversary Have I Done For My Lord? In a big The
with us in our first Woman's served Sunday, Oct. 25 at Allen on this Friday night, Their fine guest speakers will pledged to way. men have
Day observance Oct. 25. Themeis Chapel the day Oct. 23 and will end Sunday be Rev. Davis, and Rev. Essex. support the womenas
"Christian Women at Work." l beginning with Sunday Schoolat afternoon at 3 o'clock Oct. 25 This Is going to be a very fire never before.

We have two godly speakers 0:30:: a.m. with iguest super- with the Rev. Rogers delivering Men's Day, and one to whichwe The Order of Love and
who deliver a powerfuj\ mes- intendent and .teachers in the message. Come and have been looking forwardto Charity will hold Memorial
charge.At hear this great man of God. for some time. Service Sunday at 3 p.m.
""'".Ti""*"'*"''"
the 11 a.m. worship Mrs.
Madeline Williams will deliverthe
;4 message. She will 'be presented -
by Mrs. Mary L. Arline.
//i o'1+ St. Luke AME Church 'choir
No. 1 will furnish music 3
p.m.
t[ rtiF&
.f I IJ The Junior Choir will presenta w '.$ ,4 Y. d 'w 1 .N w' w T,. M Y'e'! ,t' .i 1Y+,s ,. i '
: great program. Various Y ;,y C 'w.q .
J groups and choirs from thru- i'' VA Y'y 1'' '
,
r tiaMRS. out the city will appear. Miss
Laurasteen Macon will be in .} '; f, M
charge. "t q a ye rY; 4 ww A r.' rk V'r+ti l. G'a.


Evening worship at 7 o'clock, ., ..

Mrs. Simmons will bring the ,, w
{
message Mrs. Della Safford *
and Mrs. Minnie D. Hill will t y

serve as chairman and co-
chairman.
Everyone is Invited to wor-
ship with us the church witha ,
welcome and a program for 't k (e'w
the people.

p

and Deacons Union and presi-
W. K. SMITH dent of the City Wide Praying rF;
Band +
sage: Sis. C. J. Btiraey of New
Come and hear them. I am
s our morning speaker
Providence,
; of the Ministers sure your faith will be lifted.
is president
,' Our chairman Sis. Essie Mae ,
,.,
Wives Counsel -
and Deacons :\ ,.
and 12nd vice president of Rush and co-chairman. Sis. ... :: 2:. }
Gussle Wright with all o u r
the Women's Department of Paul Freeman, pastor Friday, Proposed church for the and cushioned wood parquet Building be
the Ministers and Deacons House of God Gates of Heavento can coverted into
i Union. tatlon to all of you. 'be erected at 1401 NW 69th flooring. A baptism nod will be a meeting hall and dining
Our pastor will deliver the room with its
under the altar which is accentuated spray-on acoustical -
The evening speaker, Sis W, message at Zion Hope, Rev. Street. plaster celling. A religious
K. Smith of Greater New Bethel members! extend a cordial invi- Structure features the latest by inexpensive stained entrance front Is achieved by
is president of the Women's Oct. 23. All members are asked I concrete roof design-folded glass in the front and rear use of Roman arches. Eddie J.
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KELLY'S CHAPEL THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

Mti Rev. F. C. Cambridge, pastor
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1964 PAIGE 11

Woman's Day, sponsored by -- ._. .. ..M
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the Woman's Society of Christ-
0 ian Service, will be observedat

Kelly's Chapel Methodist ,
Church, 7105 N W. 15th Ave., PROFESSIONAL
Sunday, October 25th, 196-1.

I The services emphasizingthe
d x theme, "Women of Today,"
I promise to Ue most Inspiring.Mrs. OFFICES
4r Aaron D. Hall, wife of the
minister of Ebenezer Methodist r
Church will give the
Morning Message! speaking FORWENT:
from the subject, "The Christ-
ian's Responsibility In the New

._ Age." Mrs. Hall not only Is New Franklin Federal BuildingTo
---- --- president of the
f MT. TABOR Woman's Society -
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; 'j of Christian Service 1 n be built
I \ Rev P. S. Brown, minister her local church but is also corner
: Dessle Crockett, reporter Secretary of Missionary Edu- N.W. 5th Street and FEC Tracks
"The Ushers Delight" was cation for the Florida Conference -
Ii IiI the text taken from Psalm 84: W. S. C. S. and a First CALL 371.7652Jack's
j 10 by Rev O. W. Foster who Grade Teacher at Douglas Elementary
was the guest speaker for the School. (Mrs. Wllla -

i 3Uth anniversary of Ushers Mae Ceason will serve as soloist ,-
Board No.1. The message was Evening Worship at 7:30:
delivered with much fervor p.m. is to be highlighted with
iria and power.The Mrs. Maria Jenkins' message MEN'S WEARSEE
me11llJ rs take this timeto "The Fascination of Difficulties -
I thank Rev. Foster and his I ." Mrs. Jenkins is a spon-
I "MR. JACK"FOR
members along with all visitors sor of the Catholic Youth Or-
i : and the Mt. Tabor Family for g.Vnlzatlon at Holy Redeemer
I support given them on the second Catholic Church and is a STYLES FOR ALL AGES
Sunday of this month. Special Reading Teacher at
The Junior Ushers cordially Brownsville Junior Hlffh The Very Latest in Men' Fashions

; Invite you to attend their anniversary School. Guest choir for tho
SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
Sunday, Oct. 25 -
on evening Is St. Matthews Freewill -
at 3 p.m. A very fine programhas No.2. Many outstandingwomen ITALIAN SHOES
been planned for your spi- of our community will
944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami Florida
H' ritual comfort. participate!' In J both services. ,

The general chairman of the I The public I is! cordially invitedto ,
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Twelve-ln-One Rally is still support this effort and be -- ----

REV. ROSCOE JACKSONMen's pleading with all members and morally and spiritually uplifted. .____w __ '_, _,_,__ __ ___ _____
I friends to support this, our last .
effort of the year That is the
Day at Greater I last money-making effort. The I Last Sunday our pastor Rev.

Bethel in Opa Locka rally will terminate the sec- Frank C. Cambridge, delivereda Lincoln Fields Apartments
ond Sunday of November. soul stirring sermon: from
The Men of Greater Betheel All auxiliaries are asked by Acts 0 and 7.
ave left no stone unturned in the pastor ,to submit a list of 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
akin preparation for their officers for the Incoming year
annual Men's Day Celebration. before the first Tuesday of next XOTiril r\IKK FICTITIOUS .
he program committee chose
..:Rev. Roscoe Jackson dynamic month.Pray for the sick and shutin NAME fjAW Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments

pastor of New Bethel Bap- and the bereaved families. NOTICE IS HEREBY given Offering Many Features
tist Church for their _mornings that the undersigned
desiring
ker. They selected one of ST. MARK BAPTIST to engage In business under FREE GAS FREE CITY WATERTile
their own as the evening the fictltous
name of PIN-
Yo 'speaker, flea Douglas! Cook. 1814 NW 5th Court DER'S!; FISH and POULTRY Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove \\1,
u |is one of the Church's most Rev. C. W. Wade, pastor MARKET} at 1701 NW Oth Ave. Newly Painted Venetian Blind
) ardent and faithful workers The public Is cordially Invited In the City of Miami, Florida,
and has proven to be a prolific to help the Pastor's Aid Intends to register the s aid Washing Machine Laundry ROOBM

, ,their speaker.friends They invite and all Club celebrate their second anniversary name with the Clerk of the Free Parking Auto hot water reater
, many coworkers Sunday, Oct. 25 at 3 Circuit Court of Dade County
1 to come out and We Florida and with the office or Fere Garbage Dr.po..lCARETAKERS
with them for both morningand p.m.Rev.. C. Albury who so spi- Secretary of State.
evening services. The ritually conducted the servicesIn Harry Jackson Sands!, owner ON PREMISES
group captains have been work- the absence of our pastor Oct. 17, 24, 31, Nov. 7
in order that
Ing diligently who attended the National Baptist .- -- --
this day may prove to be successful -
Convention, will deliver
financially and spiritu- the message for the occasion.Our NOTICE; OP INTENTION TO Weekly Rats
ally.We thanks to the members REGISTER THAnE NAME
celebration.hope you will join us for and friends who helped to make $14.50 1'bedtoom $18.80 Mbedroom Apt.
this
"The Hibiscus Tea," a great NOTICE IS HERET3Y given
success, given at the home of that the undersigned engag- Renting Office open every day Phon. OX 1.8862marlsrt.asr
SALTER'S CHAPELRev. Mrs W. S. Watkins on last ing in business under the name

H. J. Benson, pastor Sunday ......,| of TRY FINDER'S MARKET FISH 1701 and NW POUI 6th '--1'_._.._.,..___.... po

Flossie Marshall reporterIt Ave, Miami Florida, intends 1
was such a wonderful day AnnouncementThe to register the 1 said name with

throughout the Sunday School Choral Group of Miamiis the Clerk of the Circuit Court : Central Life Insurance
and the 11 service. Our Companyiii'
a.m. sponsoring its Annual Fall of Dade County, Florida and
pastor brought to us a wonderful tea Sunday, Oct. 25, 4-0 p.m., with the office of Secretary of
that packedfull
sermon was A. M. E. State.
at the Metropolitan
of power from the 27 chapter Harry Jackson Sands,
11 owner
Church. We are Inviting a
of St. Matthew and the 55th
friends and well wishers to Oct. 17, 24

verse.Rev. Benson consecrated come and witness this great

Michael Frinks and Debra WJ1-I affair. Your presence will help
make our program a success. :Meet your friend lit
son for a steward and stewardess -
in the Junior church. At' Dea. G. \7. Smith, manager CAL'S LOUNGE ANDRESTAURANT
Rev. J. J. Williams, minister
3:30: p.m. a meeting was held '
with a short program also to
in the Food at Its bent
install officers Junior ANOUNCKMKNT
had You have tried the ret
church. Mrs. Cornelia Glenn Usher Board No. 2 of Greater -
the pleasure of outlining to New Macedonia will be ob- Now try the bent
them their duties In the junior
their second anniver-
serving mflniioiiN: nervirc from 0 a.m.
church. Adults present were:
beginning Friday night,
sary to 1 a.m.
Davis Mrs. Emily
Mrs. Agnes Oct. 2.1: and ending Oct. 25.
Bensoni Rev.Coleman Mrs. Claudia and Dix-Mrs. On Friday at 8 p.m. a visit- 6010 NW 22nd Ave.
ton with Usher
ing minister along NE 3-9316
Flossie Marshall. Board No. 1 and choir No. 1 From diaper ito diplomas
Owned and operated by
for the big
the
Sunday is day
event. Woman's Day. Mrs. Ag- of New Macedonia will be In .Inmen and Nenllc Your children look ,to you for support and education

chairman.She charge. Here i where LIFE INSURANCE the
nes Davis Is the E. can give you
Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev. W. N14
is hoping to see each of Sims and congregation will be help you need.
her workers there in action In chargeL. SEE A CENTRAL REPRESNTATIVE TODAYHe
with her to put this program,:
over in grand Btyl Members: Beauticians will assist you in working out a program

don't forget your budget and that will guarantee that your dreamsfor
Carter and his congregationwill
the is still asking for
pledges pastor in order to burn our be here to worship with us. Island Club your children will come true.
mortgage in the near future. We are asking al of our friendsto The CENTRAL offer very attractive Modern Poli-

BAPTIST to be come with out us.and worship and Oct. 26th dies to fit your particular need up to the amount

BEREA of $50,000.

5770 NW 15th Ave. YMCA WHOLE LIFE ENDOWMENT ,EDUCATIONAL

Rev. Joseph Tole, pastor Overnight Room Room Beyond Compare MORTGAGE REDEMPTION TERM RETIREMENT
We thank God 'that we are HOSPITALIZATION HEALTH
-
growing in grace under the
leadership of our wonderful DUGIE'S GUEST HOUSE AND FAMILY GROUP PLAN

pastor. The Lord is still blessing CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
ui here at Berea. OPEN 24 HOURS
Sunday was a very high day OF FLORIDA

for us and you who were not TIIK FRIENDLY OO3iPANT"HOME
there really missed a treat. Our Seeing i i. Believing I
pastor brought the rooming OFFICE TAMPA, FLORIDA t

message for us. 2941 NW 47th Street Ph. 634-3851 BRANCH OFFICES STATEWDE I
Rev.
On Sunday evening
Sample preached for us. H* also -
Jamaica Dug!., always a friend
high message -
brought. a very Your 'Times' by mail Only $5.00 a yearJ

Sunday at 3 p.m. the Rev. F.



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.. .. RICHARD ARMSTRONG, of
MEMORIALS DEATHSTHE ,'. .,::T" -,'., ,'.:.HIJ.,'(';.' ; ;' 3001 Fla. Ave., died Oct. 16.
: ", 77j Services were held Tuesday,
; ';: :;; ;
_. 'if' ; 1 p.m. at AMOeA
r( : Chapel. Survivors one cousin,
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. CARD OF THANKSThe 'j' Mr. David Perry, and a host of
. 4' friends.
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1964 family of the late .. -
MRS. IDELLA ROLLE JACQULINE DIANE STEPHENS -
who died October 1, wish to 2108 NW 68! Lane, died
thank the neighbors of 63rd St., >wi Oct. 15. Services were held
CARD OF THANKS .IN MEMO IMAM[ Rev. Roosevelt Hestle of the Wednesday, in the Liberty City

In memory of our mother, Church of God in Christ and Chapel. She is survived "l/y her
To the pastor, Rev Stuart, daughter, the many friends for florals, mother. Rev. William Savoy,
officers and members of St. cards and telegrams and also officiated.
Mary's W M Church, we the the Range Funeral Home and

family of the late, ; staff for their services. MRS.\ ALMA ALLEN, 2031
God bless all.
:May you NW 52 St., died Oct 15. Mis.\
David Rolle
rw.TTT-J oj I And Family Allen will lie In repose Friday, ";+
I .. until shipping time. Final rites '
p IIHr 1 ) will \JQ\ in Fellsmere, Fla. Her ,
r CARD OF THANKSThe 1 1I I survivors husband, two sons, 'if

t 1 one daughter-in-law 11 sisters, ;
..1'f family of the late four brothers. j
J MURVIN:: ,
1 wish to extend grateful acknowledgement DEACON FRANK STROUG
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and deep friends appreciation AARON FOX, of 1765 NW CITANNEY, 2331 Farragut !St.: ,
} nr1 to many Hollywood, died Oct. 16, in the
and neighbors for all acts and Gth PI., died at the Veteran's Memorial Hospital. !Services:
1 deeds of kindness during their Administration Hospital, in will be held Saturday, 3 p.m.
hour of bereavement. Coral Gables on October 20. Mt. Tabor Baptist Church. lie
Thanking you for your per- Mr. Fox, a native Floridian, will lie in repose in the chapel
sonal visits, cards of sympathy, came to Miami from his homein 330: pm. Friday, until Satur-
telegrams, tokens and prayers. Jasper. Florida in 1911. day morning 8 a.m., in the
We shall ever be thankful. Since that time with the exception church. Survivors wife, one sister -
Special thanks are given to of a tour of duty with .
St. Paul AME Church, Rev. the Armed Forces during
T. C. Kelley, pastor First Baptist World War II, Mr. Fox lived
Church of Opa-locka, Rev. in Miami and made many MISS LADDIE' LEOLA
W. J.facon: pastor; Rev friends throughout the Miami SINGLETARY, 365 NW 8th
RUTH LOUISE/! STUART
who slipped to: the Great Beyond Smith ofIt.: Pleasant AMh area He is survived by his devoted St., victim of fatal death on
October 21, 1058. Church, Opa-locka; Mrs. Rich- wife, Mrs. Viola Fox, 2 Oct. 19. Survivors mother,
At the end of the road there ardson and the efficient staff adopted children, Cleo and father, two children, two sis-
of Richardson Funeral Home
OLIVIA E. BETHEL lies Larry George; four brothers, ters, five brothers. Arrange-
who departed this life October A gateway to gardens fair for Willie their courteous service. Richard, Purman, Jimmie and ments are incomplete.
appreciation to Murvin, husband Ernest Fox one sister Mrs. MRS MARY EDNA HALL,
11, express our And beyond it are cloudless Mrs Vernell Reeves sister ; (I
you for your kindness and syn- skies Willie Mae Davidson; and a host ,
pathy shown during our hour And there's beauty everywhere Mrs. Dorothy Wallace, of other relatives and friends.
of bereavement. Your cards, There's never a burdensomeload daughter Services will be held on 1530 NW 1st PL apt., No.2.,
telegrams, floral pieces will always Herman Mervin and Saturday, at 2 p.m., at the died Oct. 19 in the Jackson
be remembered. We wish And our loved one waits for us Harry Forbes, sons Church of Christ Written in Memorial Hospital. Survivors ,
to make special mention of the thereIn Heaven, with the Elder Byers one daughter, mother, father
North Dade High School, for [ peace at the end of the road. FRANCIS officiating. Mr. Fox is now in one sister and nine brothers.
all they have done for us, also Harold Stuart, Jr., son repose at Range Funeral Arrangements are incomplete.
the Range Funeral Home} Mr. and Mrs. Calvin MRS. E'STELLA MIKE of Home and will be until funeral
The Family Adderly, mother and father 2505 time on Saturday.
NW 162nd St. Opa-locka, repose In the Memorial Chapelof
died Oct. 21, at Jackson Mem.
the Funeral Home
Range
MRS. LAURA
IN MEMORIAMIn Hospital. Funeral THORNTON
arrangements beginning at 1 p.m., on Sunday
of 1748 NW 5th Pl., passed at
at this time incom-
CARD OF THANKSDue are afternoon until funeral time on
memory of our mother, plete.] Survivors include her Jackson Mem. Hospital on

to the numerous calls, grandmother, husband, Mr. Henry Mike; two October 20, following a short Monday.
letters pray- FLORENCE COOPER sons, James period of illness Mrs. Thorn-
cards, telegrams, Thompson and H. REV. LAURA
who died three years ago ton, a native of Rochelle
ers, and visitors during our L. Mike; one sister Mrs. Emma Ga.
period of bereavement, the The Family Lockwood and a host of other had resided in Miami for more Spiritual! Reader and
immediate family of the late, relatives and friends. than 25 years, and ,her passing Advisor
MA11L.ON NATHANIEL, CARD OF THANKSThe will be mourned by many. She
PERRY is survived by four sisters, Mrs. Hearings and blessings to
wish to extend sincere thanks Perry Family of the late, MONS MRS. DURICILLA SIM Mary Jones, Mrs. Hutcher Sum- God's Powers
for the mul- MARLON PERRY of 250 NW 13th St. in mers, Mrs. Corrine
Smith and
and appreciation One visit will convince you
Delray Beach Fla.. died I
of sympathyand who expired October 8, 106-1 Oct Mrs. Ernestine Preston
tiple expressions 19 ; three,
at Betheseda Mem. that Rev. Laura will help
from when hit car and was Hospital bothers
assistance received by a Services Emanuel, K C. and
our friends, neighbors co- laid to rest October 14, wish to Oct. 21 will be held Saturday Charlie Gary; a dear friend, you through her power of
at 2 at The
Church
County sincere thanks. p.m. Mr.
our Professor
workers of the Dade express Of God In Christ Mobley, and blessings.
Board of Public Instruction, Words cannot adequately express Elder Jacob Temple with many other relatives and DONATIONS ONLY
Church our ''gratefulness to our Cohen, officiating. friends. Services
St. Agnes Episcopal Remains will be held
will UN 6-5882
organizations, members of the many friends, neighbors, and chapel repose in the on Monday, at 2 p.m., at the
class of 1955 BTW, the staff of parents during our recent be- beginning 4 p.m., on Friendship Baptist Church 612 71st Street
the University Inn, the various I reavement. Your cards, letters, Friday, until funeral time i
Saturday afternoon. with the Rev. Jenkins Miami Beach
insurance companies and telegrams, telephone calls, personal Surviors officia-
the Range Funeral Home. visits floral designs and include five daughters Mrs. ting. Mrs. Thornton will lie in Take L bust
and Puyol all acts of'kindness will long Louise Kinsev'! Mrs'. !Sarah: I .
The Turner I Johnson Mrs .TgJJRJJJ.g-inr ITgiriririririripr! IY-> W Wy f IT!T W91
Families be remembered. May the good Mattie Hamilton -
Mrs.
Lord bless all of you. Martha McKenzie,
W.O. Perry, Jr., fathev I Miss Naomi Jean Simmons,
Mr. and Mrs W.O. Perry, one son, Mr. Samuel Simmons,
SO BK IT ST., grandparents mother Mrs\ :Martha: Evans;

Let me kneel on; it mattersnot ,Mrs Irene Smith, great- three sisters, Mrs. Hester Grey, l
to Thee grand mother Mrs. Harriett Hanna and Mrs.

My Lord, that I have nothing Debra, Bernadette, and Elizabeth Dawkins; two brothers -
left to say, Adrian, aunts Will Sutherland, and Mr L
That since began His sojourn, Lottie Johnson, Eldredge Sutherland and a
here with me, grand aunt host of other relatives and .
friends.
All my poor prayers have
; prayed themselves away.
,
IN MEMORIAM
MRS. RUTH DA WI INS of k
,Let me' toll on; for even on me, In sad, Jut loving memoryof 1780 NW 60 St.. died Oct. 21 at .
of all our dear wife, mother and Jackson Mem. Hospital. Funeral "Living Service for the Living'
Thy children here, Thy lowest grandmother, the late, arrangements at this time are
and the breed ROSE LEAH INGRAM Incomplete. Surviors Include Oscar L Range Funeral Home
Least worthy of Thy love, on who departed this life October her husUind Olphues Dawkins;
me doth fall, 25, 10G3. one daughter, Mrs. Elcinia M. Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr.
Gone but not forgotten. Dean; one son in-law Mr. Leo- 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue
Let me pray on, My God, that May she forever rest in peace nard Dean; one brother; Mr. .
while I drain and Heaven's radiant light Harvey Hanna and a host of 1 OX 1-0131 OX 1-4343
The cup of Peace, Lo! all men shine upon her. I other relatives and friends. I
shall talk and rebel, The Family rT rrz

But In the sweet sight of Thee, Ernest Ingram, husband
THIS
Anon, (Mrs. Irma Skiles, daughter IS THENUMBER
They shall see the bliss of .

Thy Heaven or Hell. Mrs. Wilda'Johnson, daughter Ctnroln Jftimnrtal park
Mrs. Y. A. Turner 691-1262
Miss Creta Sklles, !

granddaughter HAS Preinterment plots of 8 grave spaces or less

$ .IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe TO CALL ALSO Immediate single grave space intermentWe

!i In sad, but loving memoryof Family of the late I I1 FOR YOUR are not full and we are still doing business
my mother, EMMETT LEROY FELDER
LEOLABLACKSHEARE wish to thank the many If CHOIRROBES Open six days a week to serve you
'who passed away October 26, friends and neighbors for responding -
1963. so beautifully In their Commonly known alt Dr. Pharr's Cemetery
i "She fought until she fell upon bereavement. T h a n k s to
the battle field those who came, those who
And then she heard the general called, sent flowers, cards, or write 3001 NW 46th Street NE 4-4197

I; say, telegrams .and other tokens.
"Lay down your sword and We wish to thank Rev. Graham -
shield." for his services, Canon LUCKIE'S TAILOR SHOP E. Johnson, Manager Home phones OX 1-9199

,,., '**'** May she rest'' In peace'' and Charles Cooper, the young 6510 NW 18th Ave. ? .. ,."l.
shine' up- lady that sang so beautifully; 8SCARDS
light: perpetual
Ltmay (
"\. >. %n'her. "* ; thanks to the Francis Funeral J Miami, Fla.

Mattie Carey Home for services 'rendered.





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t MRS. CLOIE .SWEETiN I j CLASSIFIEDFOR $ OCTOBER 24, 1964 PACE 13 I
of 1076 NWI! 5th Ave., passed
at Christian Hospital tm tlc -

22. MPs Sweting's parents SALE FOR SALE I
the founders of
were among
the Greater Bethel AME 2-BEDROOM, 2 bath hardwood "A DOLL" 2-bedroom home APPAREL FOR SALE
Church. She attended the Florida floors, cust >m-b1,11lt home. No CBS freshly renovated, corner
Normal Jndustral College' qualifying low do.wh payment A bargain. Special this weekend

A in amv Jacksonville M University, Fla., in Florida Tallahassee i 751 E. 2nd Ave., lllaleah.FOR 1201 aSh NW 41st buyer.St Open Will considerall Sunday "Champagne taste, beer pocket?" Come to Grace's

Fla., and was a graduateof 1-G J>.m. Fenster Realty, Broker. where .you'll find I like-new exclusive dresses,

the Columbia Unlverslt 1S' SALE PL 98779.4BEDROOM ; suits, skirts, blouses, shoes all original. $1 to $5
5022 NW 7th ,Avenue
School of Art and Music in Bank foreclosure modern CBSIdeal CBS. FHA terms, Mink, fox and other stoles and fur jackets $5 to $10.

New York. She Introduced aft for medical center near school, Wus, shopping. Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen
schools than
the for
into
more
fourty Mrs. Sweetingwna Lawyers, Insurance, etc $11,700' total. $80 including dresses $l. Men's pure Italian silk suits. $3 and $5.
years. Contains nine offices three everything, G910 NW 6th Ct
the organizer at Greater lavatories, three entrances., Fenster Realty, Broker, PL Blue serge suits $5. Sports jackets $2. Pants, shoes

Bethel AME Church for thirty- Only $15,500 low down 9-8779. $1. Skirts 50c. Also linens, drapes, bedspreads and
five years. She connected her paymentJEFFERSON other household items. New suits $10, pants 2 for
felfvith the Allen Chapel
AME; Church under the pastorate Realtors REALTY FOR RENT $7, evening dresses $2. We cater to the elite. GraceGRACE'S

of Rev. Blocker and 685-1553 FURNISHED 'l-bedYooni apt THRIFT SHOP
organized the first Junior with yard and porch, reason
Choir there. Mrs. Sweeting is able. For information call OX 2512 NE 2nd Ave. FR 1-8372
survived by two brothers, Mal- 1-2420.
lie and Derry Dingle, a sister 1550 NW 46th Street Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Mrs. Murney Dingle Mc )l1gh- NO QUALIFYING 3-bed- NPiWLY PAINTED 1-bedroom,
lin, three nieces, five nePheWS; i roof, appli- Fla. room, large living room
U\ sister-in-law and several{ ances. Price is FHA valuation and kitchen, partly furnished,
o the r relatives. Funeral $11,500, pay seller his equityof lovely: vard. $85 month, couple
arrangements are incomplete at $020 and take over FHA< 4012 NW 23 Ave. 220-5030.( FORD SHOWS FORD SELLS
this time. payments $91 month pays ***
all Key at Life Realty. Broker. 1-DEDROOM with twin beds
WILLIE JAMES WILLIAMS 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 0-4371. private home. Hot and coldwater From $100 down, to $5,000 down

of 1621 NW 1st Ct. apt No 10 Open evenings and Sunday 2491 NW 59 St. NE
,passed at Jackson MemorialHospital 4-22&1. OPEN EVERY DAY ALL DAY

on October 10. Mr. 5824 NW 5th Court duplex AND SUNDAY
NEW LUXURY 2-bedroom INCLUDING SATURDAY
Williams has been a residentin
NO
QUALIFYING 3-bed-
Miami since 10 to. He is sur- rooms, enclosed front- porch, week.and 633-2891 fourplex or apts.235-2958$25 20911 NW 30th Court A perfect home a clean

vived by his wife Clementine, new roof, separate garage per area, 4-bedrooms, 2 baths, lovely kitchen. $100
two stepsons, Donald Akins of Freshly painted Inside and out
bedroom House, see owner three others for $100 down.
down. We have
Nashville, Tennessee, and Daniel
Price is $8,500, $250 down and 727 NW 01 St,
Aklns of California, a nephewMr. $85 month pays all. Move rightin 1902 NW 51st Terrace 3-bedrooms, 1 bath.

Charles Lee motherinlawMrs. Key at Life Realty, Brokr ROOM, private bath and entrance +Easiest term $200 down and: $22 per week.
Merllce Smith. Serviceswere ? 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL JM371. In private home. Ph.
held on Thursday, Oct. Open evening and Sundays. PL 7-4707, 925 NW 52 St, 3274 NW 68th Street 2-bedroom home $150
22. at 2 )p.m., from the Mt. down and $20 a week. NO QUALIFYING.

Olivette Hev. I. C Baptist Mlckens Church, the pastor with, 743 N\V 75th Street SINGLE bath and ROOM, with private 7021 NW 6th Court An excellent BUY at $10,600.
entrance, no cooking.
officiating. FIA TERMS 3-bedrooni, 2 4001 NW 11th Ave. 033-7980. ''Only $500 down and $79 month. 2-bedroom, 2-
"-- bath CBS. Barrel tile roof, ballh.

JIM BROWN of 2101 NW natlo, barbecue. Lovely yard, 2-BEDROOM APT. Newly
:Brd Ave. apt. No. 17, passed at FHA valuation, $13,000, $100 built, private yard, nice location 3410 NW 12th Avenue ANOTHER FORD SPECIAL
the Kendall Hospital on Oct. down and $80 month. Plus es- t $500 down buys this 2-bedroom, garage, well
15. Survivors are a wife, Mrs crow. Life Realty, Broker, built home.
Annie Sue Brown his mother 1932 NW 7 Ave. PL 0-4371. ROOM In private home coupleor
Open evenings and Sundays. 6998 NW 20th Avenue $300 down buys this modern
Mrs. Henrietta Brown, two single man, 2980 NW 45 St.
sisters, Mrs. Lonnie M. Daugh- 3-bedroom corner home.! Modern kitchen,

tesy, nnd Mrs. Lillle Mae 410 NW 46th Street CBS HOUSE, 1-bedroom, half l"rQA bedroom. EASY WEEKLY PAYMENTSON
Wooden, two aunts, three VILA' TERMS bath, furnished. Air i cond.,
uncles] nieces and nephews CBS Lovely 2-bed patio, adults only I $25, PL MORTGAGE.
room Florida
, Services were held in the cha- windows room, Jalousie 7-7255, 1352 NW 02 St, FORD RENTALS FIRST COME GETS
pelon Thursday Oct. 22, at tile roof stove,
4:30: p.m., With ftev. Fred J. refrigerator. Air conditioner. FURNISHED 1-ttidroom opt 1779 NW 44th Street $20 week

Hicks officiating. The body of down Price and Is $68 only $11,000. $350 large rooms, quiet, $18 week 1121 NW 47th Street $15 week
Mr. Brown was shipped to the Life month. Plus escrow 1323 NW 58 Terr Phone owner 1228 NW 42nd Street '- $17 week
Realty,
Broker,
Pierce and Crawley Funeral I 532-3200.
where 1932 NW 7 Ave. PL 0-4371, 3274 NW 68th Street $20 week. Optionto
Home In Alley, Ga., final -
rites will be held] on Sunday, Open Sundays. NICE1bedroom house, con buy' I
October 20(\ veniently located. Nice neighborhood Open all day every day Sat. and Sun. all dlay

0841 NV1 Oth Court l Furnished or unfurn- .
:flits MINNIE LEMON of FHA TERMS 2-bed- ished. 1418 NW GOth St. Phone "' '
I Pretty 'Ford Inc. Broker
150:15; : East Bunche Park Drive room. CBS, carpeting, oppllmces 091-7804. Realty,
passed at the Cloverle Hospital '
fenced all around. Prtcft
on Octolter 20. Mrs. Lemon ''s $0.000, $200 down and $02 ROOM for man or woman. 3639 NW 15th Avenue 635-4595
resident Dade 5710 NW: 19th Ave. Ph, NE
a of Coun- month plus escrow=; for taxes
ty since 1907 is survived insurance 1-8495.
by nd Key at Life
two daughters Mrs. Bessie Mullen Healty. Broker, 4932 NW 7 ROOM. See at 728 NW 47 Terr, 1 ,, ")4' 4 'f)<')4 ?f?i'4l, ? 1' 1)?' 4)OO O"0"WI
of Ft.
Lauderdale
and Mrs. Ave. PL 9-4371, Open Sundays.
Ethel Johnson, a son Mr. Willie or call 757-3205. Selections In Miami
Lemon cousins and other In I Finest
relatives. Services for Mrs. Le- I 2023-21. NW 43rd St. ROOM' nice home, 2531 NW

mon will he held on Saturday, !.:I NO CLOSING COSTS CBS 55 St. NE 46741. i Lovely homes open
October 2t t duplex, 2-bedrooms each side
at 2:30: p.m. from PAYMENTSEZ
tile NICE ROOM In private home, NEW LOW DOWN
Mt. Herman AME Church with roof appliances FreshlY!
Rev. s. L. Gay officiating I nalnted, large yard. PriceIs a settle man or a nice working Terms Less Than Rent
couple preferred, 47th St. area,
I 4:15.700.: $f OO down and "- --- -- "' G31-OO.54.)
month.i: : -.r.-
I Live rent free: Key at .
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RESTAURANT Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW NW46th Street
All welcome to Montego Bay 7 NW SECTION 421 NW 59 1019
Ave. PL
9-4371.
Restaurant, 745 NW 62nd St. and Sundays. Open Evenings Terr. ot Edison High School !! Beautiful CBS 2-bedroom, oak floors and carport.
Mv husband! and his mnte are 1-2 bedrooms opts furnishedor total price. FHA terms
$350 down $11,400
fishing for grouper and snappers unfurnished $15 $22 week S ,
for Saturday and Sunday 2015. NW 41st Street PL 7-O307. S .
fish fry. Special All the NO QUALIFYING CBS du- NICE QUIET Neighborhood, 560 NW 44th StreetCBS
fish and hush pupleR you can !Jex, 3-11 drooms. 2 baths on lovely clean furnished or unfurnished and appliances
eat for ORc. Bring your famllv.TRADING one side and 2-bedrooms, 1 4-room duplex, beautiful 3-bedroom, Fla. room, carport ,
t bath on the other. This Is a yard, adults, no pets, will no closing cost $350 down. $11,500 total price.
STAMPS "" sell. 4110 N.W 23rd Avenue
"orner' duplex, completely 035-778-1 -. --
CONTRIBUTE yur? trading fenced, tile roof, separate garage 521 NW 48th Street
to St. Paul AME
stamps and beautifully furnished
FURNISHED R 0 0 M In good
Church will pick up. CanJ7D0072 on both sides. Price Is $20,000, location modern home. $12 a Lovely CBS 2-bedroom, oak floors, tile roof and) ap-

: : or 0333935. Mrs. M. 2,000 down and $137 month. week. Call Thursday! 691-1513. pliances. $350 down, $11,000 total price.
11. Bannerman, chairman, Rev. Key at Life Realty, Broker, Indf
T. C Kelly Jr, pastor. PI )- 371. Open evenings and -
Sundays. NEATLY FURNISHED rooms, 280 NW 55th Street

WANTED use of kitchen, 1980 NW 55 St, Beautiful CBS duplex, 2-bed.
LIVE RENT FREE.
will
BLOOD DONORS. Urgent, NE 30008.'
,pay, call or come to 6801 NW room, 1 bath each side. No closing cost. $500. down,
no YOU NEED TOV.1NTT nEFf
'15th Ave. OX 1C821.CANVASSERS. w
FHA terms.
?: YOUR HOME? 8(711001,8 v?
Earn $4 *W IFnre ft and 2nd Mortajr: MANY CIVIL SERVICE posi- --- ---- -
'hour selling a new hou eware per Money available>> to yon call tions available annually. See We have the largest selection of CBS 2 and 3 bedroom -

Item. Contact Mr. Daniels at m for details. Vmmtfr Realty, our ad on page 15 In this homes in Greater Miami area.
Rrookrr PI 9-8779
4WJ! NW 3Cth Ave., or call Issue or write for Informationto .
POD 174 Gratlgny Branch,
f 33-7270..
"HOT DEAL" Pool lP>me, Miami. Fla. 33168.
CBS. 3-bedroom beauty on u
FOR SALEFOR double lot, quiet area, F n A NEWS ; REALTY Inc.
terms, $500 down has! large Fla.
RU.K (hv Owner) room to be shown by appointment NERD A CAR

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Adult Program day In a successful attempt to i'
beat' what they called the
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. BTW HIGH SCHOOL announces the formationof Anderson Dragons of Jackson- "

its Adult Recreation program ville, for their first win of the \\ I
PAGE 14 SATURDAY] OCTOBER 24, 1964 Booker Washington Tornadoes Monday through Fridays season. l

won their second victory from 10:00: a.m. until 12'noon. The Rams fought bravely In ''r
defeating Stanton Highof their first four games. But
............ ... by
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':IL. AI J.I.l!.IIl'<.IIII: lrI'rrI' !'.lrJ.l1< .II:IrII".lrK'j j If.lr.lrJ.I""E..lf".II.I.r1::. 1(IrI'r1r..lr..lr.IT.JBy Jacksonville 12-6. The Tor- The following activities will three times they fell victims, ,
nadoes will take on Roosevelt be conducted, volleyball, Table and were able on one occasion "'
Science Activity High in West Palm Beach Oct. GamesCard Games, Tennis, to be ralley to a tie. \
21. and Slimnastics. Like the Greek hero Oedipus .
Students are preparing for the King who solved the oracleof
IN DADE COUNTY Color Day Nov. 0. They will On Wednesday Eveningsfrom man by outwitting the
show their loyalty to the schoolby 7:00: until 9:00: p.m. a the Rams felt that they had
Crafts class will be conducted. the Rames outwitted.
wearing school colors. Sphinx,
Schools This class will consist of Cera- the Jinx and \
High their -
assembly programs are enemy -
&
Silk Bottle decorating
mics Screening,
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j r A panned by the Steudent Council charged to a 14 to 12 victory'
/ Table center pieces
,
During assembly Miss over the Dragons, which
and other that
JOSEPHINE KING Homecoming will be crownedby many things caught the fancy of many
will useful in the home.
wearing school colors. Spes- prove spectators.So .

Mays: High School _._- ,- -....- lal assembly programs are There is no fee for any of Impressed by the Rams
planned by the Student Coun- these activities. You may register victory was the owner of a
ARTICLE V Agency, to attend a meeting of cil. During assembly Miss daily at the center. For sporting ood< store. His Majesty -
An Award In Pharmacology the agency, which was held at Homecoming will be crownedby further Information call 691- I of the Cutler Rldee Shopping
the DuPonit Plaza Hotel. Dur-
the captain of the football that Tuesday he '
4261. (James' E. Scott Recrea- centerh
Lewanzer Lassiter, an 'A' ing the meeting, she explained team. tion Center), mailed e school a check
student at Mays, worked on a her project to the entire agency Over 25 girls are vying for for $5.00 and the promise to
project in pharmacology. The while explaining her pro- the Miss Homecoming title. A Joe N. Holley is Center' DIrector give the most outstanding
title of the project was "A ject Lewanzer, photographs and were taken of boy and girl will also be chosenas and Miss Marva Banner- player a shirt. For every Rams
Comparative Analysis of the published, Pharmacology along color day king and queen, man, Rec. Leader. victory In the future the $5.00
Effects of Llbrlum and Tran- with a write-up Journal., in the from, those who have the mostcolorful for the athletic fund will be
copal." She entered the pro- attire in homerooms. waiting and the shirt for the
ject In the 1964 South Florida Besides being an 'A' student, I Students are looking forward to participate in most outstanding player, said
Regional Sicience Fair. Wftile Lewanzer carries two honor I to the Homecoming (game Nov were present the letter from the Sporting
there, the project was viewed courses and is an active mem- 7. Tornadoes will meet Mays this activity. goods manager.
by very special Judges from ber of the following organizations Rams of Goulds. The first PTA Seventh graders will attend Otis Collier, who rushed 186
the Southeastern Pharmaceutical the Honor Society, Sen- meeting of the school year was j the University of Miami football I yds. and scored of the Rams'
Agency. They were obviously ior Girl Scouts, 4-H, Senior held Oct. 21. Parents whose game Oct. 23. touchdowns, will get the shirt. 1
very impressed with both Science Club, Jr. Heart and the children made the scholarship I The former quarter back was
project and Lewanzer's know- Teenage Democrats honor roll for the first six The tutoring program of all shifted to a half back positionso
ledge of It, for they rated It weeks were honored. Perfect subjects will begin October 20 that he could utilize his tre- t
superior to all the other pro- Lewanzer's plans for the future attendance certlflactes were after school. Reading will continue mendous running ability.
jects at the fair in the field of are quite aspiring. She also distributed.An on Monday evenings at The Rams fired by their win
pharmacology. In addition she plans to attend Fisk Universityto ensemble of the BTW 7:30: with Miss Jacqueline Tooks over the Dragons, will make a
was given a twenty-five dollar study medicine, of which Concert Chorus Joined other and Mrs. Patricia Allgood as bid Friday night Oct. 23rd, to
she
to in
bond. plans specialize sur-
savings schools In the county to appearin Instructors. defeat Howard Blake of Tampa

This summer Lewanzer was gery.Next week, "May's Students a musical held at Miami Special education and recreational for their second straight victory -
High Oct. 16. The The
Concert
the game Is scheduled to
Invited by pharmacology Attend UM.
I films will continue to
Chorus will also participate in be played at the Harris Field
the special music event to be be shown every Thursday at In Homestead.Earl .
held at Dinner Key Nov. 8. 7:30: p.m. in the school auditor- A. Wells, Principal of
CARVER HIGH NORTHWESTERN HIGH Mrs. Mable Glover and Mrs. Mays, will spend three days at

Officers Harcourt Clark urg- Two new choral groups a Leila R. Williams are directors. ium.The crash physical examina- the Annual Elementary and
ed seventh and eighth graders boys glee club and a girls glee Seventh graders were 'tested secondary school principals
'
tion for all 7th
/ito be cautious of their behav- club performed for the PTA Oct. 19-22. Seniors will take graders was meeting In Tallahassee this
ior at a recent Assembly. at their October meeting Mon- the Florida placement test held Oct. 22-23. Examinationswere week. The activities will begin
Students were reminded of the day night. Mrs. Berthenla Oct. 26-28. given by the Dade County Oct. 22nd and terminate Satur-
fact, that high school affordsan White directed the girls and Seventh grade students are Department of Public HealthA dav the 24th.
opportunity for the deve- Arthur Evans directed the participating in many activi- team of five nurses along The purpose of the meeting,
lopment of faith and trust In boys.A ties this year. In the first field with school personnel assisted whose theme Is "Planning For
an Individual that has a carry trip Oct. 17 50 students attended the doctors present. Students Optimum Pupil Achievement
over value into adult life. demonstration of how our I the Miami Seaquarium with special health problemsand is to assist the principals and
Good behavior in the street new reading program works Students from Barry College physical, fitness failures supervisors in their efforts to
was also discussed. Girls were was given for members of the conducted a Charm School were screened at this time. provide Instructional programs
told not to ride with strangers, PTA on he same evening by Oct. 17. Approximately 20 girls Bethsheba Dean, reporter for all children and youth.

play In_old_.empty' buildings_ !; Mrs.M ___,_L.___ B.. Hart. and_ Mrs... .L.. -- - -.- ...ru- rN-V u1rSPL14 z !u.ut uruu.r.u.For .-- -.
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and pathways from, when travelling to reading program. The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
a destination. (Seniors are busy taking IndIvidual -
Good Grooming Habits
pro-
pictures for the 1965
per care of clothing and bene-
yearbook This
added
to the
fits
derived from good study fact that
many received their
habits were also Included.
"Miss Carver class rings during the pas t
High Annetta BONDED
week, makes 'them feel that
Bowman
her attendants
their
Sherell Simmons and Mary derway.senior year Is well un-
Alice Lewis were Joined in

reigning: over Homecoming Nursing and Teacher Schol- ,h
activities by "Miss Homecoming arships exams were given to RENTAL
," Marva Scott "Miss seniors of Dade County at the
Kickoff," Catherine Funchess municipal auditorium on Oct
and "Miss Football," Queen 20. Thirty-seven NHS seniors
Lampkin. took the exam and 21 took the
Other homecoming highlightswere nursing exam. AGENCY INC.
: A bonfire Pep Session ; ,
gala parade, football game and Miami Northwestern Bulls
dance. will meet the North Dade
I Thunderbirds on Oct. 24 in the
The Hornets sting was not I Dade Junior College Stadium 'ra3
as lethal as 'usual and the game The Bulls will suffer from the The largest collection and rental
ended with a score of 6-0 in loss of quarterback Chico GllItert -

In favor spite of of the Mlddleton.defeat, It However was one Injury, who In scrimmage sistalned during an ankle the -_ ; k; agency in the South; operating in

of the most enjoyable eventsof week. '

a school yearHomecomingOn Mrs. Genevieve Donaldson, Dade and Broward Counties'HON.

October' 29th the ministers foreign language department
of the Coconut Grove head, has been invited to serve L. I* BROOKS
Community will sponsor a gigantic as registrar at the Regional I President
rally at our school for Foreign Language Association I
GEORGE 1. HARTH, General Manager
the purpose of promoting com- Conference at Barry College! on I
munity togetherness. The pub- Oct. 26-27 I MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
lic is cordially invited to come I
out at 8:30: p.m. and enjoy some College recruitment Is under- 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
i dynamic speakers and out- way for the new year. Officials
[standing,, singing. from Morris Brown in Atlanta, Bonded also has employment service at main office
spoke to interested seniors
on
Monday. 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA
Phyllis Wheatley
The Student Council spear- full time public relations Dept. to assist you In solving yefur problems
[NewsThe headed the United Fund col- Plus a fleet of cars giving door to door service for tenants convenience

Phyllis WheaUey Art day lection, Oct.drive 20. at MNHS i Tues. On nights and Sundays for emergency service call PL 9-8733
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[Vheatley Club has several the auditorium, according to unnecessary evil C. A. Lockhart Public Relations Director
rojects for which fund raising Miss Mary Oliver, director.
p required. Each year the 1163 N.W. 3rd Are. ............ FR 3-8410 17325 Homestead Are.Perrine .

lub r ,Camp sponsors, Christmas a child in baskets Sum- America The Future will hold Teachers installation of I 1873 N.W. 62nd St. .._._.. OX 6-S467 ..-....._.._...._.._ CB I-aUI

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SATURDAY.* OCTOBER 24, 1964 PAGE IB

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by Bethune BenedictIn

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46-7
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A ,...ww.-w.............-.--... The Bethune-Cookman Wild- ed In ithelr end zone for a

-- -- .. .,.\ cats overpowered Benedict safety to complete the scoringin
LITTLE IUVEU KEEPlKCt1T8 teur tfcxlng show. In this way :' "jf"-"W : College Saturday to run their the first half, with Bethune
GOOD SHOWS ALIVE serious injuries and fatalities : 't : : ; victory string to four straight, holding a 26-0 edge.
Buddy Pack runs his weekly have been kept to a minimum ., 40-7 before a Homecomingcrowd
shows at a loss, but still The AAU :( .
firmly believes AIOrange -- ""'"
of 4200.,
'
keeps packing away Buddy that amateur boxing is one of 't' {
t savs he will fiat give up. the fine contact sports avail- .; '\; From the opening whistle, Across From Park

Here are the results of last able to the youth of the na- : Coach Jack (Cy) McClalren's Choice colored church school
week's fights: Joe Moss won tion. Since the sport is organized charges took control of the or
over Bobo Keckley 8 rounds; to afford competition for William J. Stirrup, Parade completely outclassing 18th Street and NW 8th ATe.I .

\ Jerry Powers won over George amateurs at all levels of conv- Marshall /their opponents in every department I Air conditioned Sanctuary. Institutional -
Sawyer, six rounds; Willie petition amateur boxing tendsto and smothering all type construction.
Thomas lost to Billy Tiger, six develop boxers up a pro Blossom but one offensive thrust late Complete Sunday School cm
rounds; Duane Simpson over gression ladder from novice to in the third quarter when Be
Burns four rounds scored their touch- two floors hooted. On four
Ernest ; championship class. Classic ParadeThe nedlct lone
Charlie Jordan over Llnnes down on an 18 yard pass. lot*. 110000. Cnll John Warren -

Johnson, four rounds.All YOUTH IS KEYNOTEA Orange Blossom Classic for appointment.
Scatback Collins Smith set
bouts went the distanceThat's .
when they are evenly study of the outstanding Paradee has been set for Sat- the pace by scoring; three TD's THE KEYES CO.
1904 11:00
December 5, at :
amateur boxers in the United urday
matched. Buddy tries his best In the first half on runs of 20,40
.. States a.m. All organizations interested 231 Illncnyno lllvd. Realtors
. the indicates that the creamof and 38 yards to earn high
all times please
to public
nt -
the in applying for admissionin FIl 1-3502
crop are in the 17-19
scoring honors of the day ands
the parade with marching
age The
Jndf
group. exception to
t the for the -. -- __
this study may be found In units or floats are asked to e stage over- "'
CORRECTION, SORRY: Jer- the armed contact Mr. William J. Stirrup, whelming victory.
forces where the
Powers defeated Harold NOW is the .
Time
ry amateur is encouraged with Parade Marshal on or before I to Sell
McKeever two weeks ago. comprehensive a November 23, 1904. at 3301 Starting quarterback Ernie
viding excellent program pro- Charles Avenue or HI 40478. Sheffield] tossed a pass to end That Home.. Use a Times'Classified
GOMEO BRENNAN boxes competition Curry Carmichael for 31 yards
{ Earl Nlkora next month at for over 100,000 youngsters in The local committee recom- Ad!
service. It I and n TD, Benedict was down
New Zealand for the British may be expected mended that one parade be
'hat the majority of the 1064 ,
middleweight championship.Good United held on Friday night precedingthe " "
luck Gomeo. States Olympic Boxing classic which was approved
Izzy Kline leaves with Go team will represent the ser- by ithe city of Miami. Howeverthe
meo to work In his corner. vices. A majority of these outstanding University Classic Com- What About Wigs?
boxers are youngsters mittee voted to wait another
ENGLAND wants Chip who got their start thru year.

Johnson, after his great show- 'he programs of the AAU in Why not consult your beautician?
ill sections
Ing there with Johnny Pres- of the country. Parade time 11:00 am.Starting -

cott. Chip meets Jimmy Cooper brother to
Henry Cooper
a ,
with the encouragement that Theme for the parade: "Paradeof all who should
at Manchester, England, Nor.I these youngsters can obtain Flowers" story. After know

0. from athletic clubs, in their better than your beautician?
own home towns. Any Indica-
known the
BUNDINI
as
Middleton
tion that the
Black Prince ta working with sport may even- OCTOBER 26 ISLAND CLUB
tually "die
out' has been dispelled -
the
heavyweight champ.
by the resurgence in the
last year and a half Squeezes By
CHAPPY ROBERTS Just returned In
opinion
what
from New and my Miami
Jersey badly needs is amateur boxing.I FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
New York. He
things
says are
Carver 6-0
Fighters who I
rough there. Chappy worked other areas come here from ( Located In Edison Center)
are
Invariably far-
with Sonny Liston and numerous -
ther advanced' due to amateu Undefeated Tampa Middle-
other
great fighters. experience. A good amateur won scored the first time it had ROY'S BARBER SHOP

arochanceotod give the ball Saturday night, then
BILL FELS a great fight learn with out held Carver High School in its
rn'huslast.! : never missed a meeting older boxers more de."eloped own territory the whole game 6349 N.W. 7th AvenueFormer
fight In the last RX years at physically' Also many for a (M) football victory at
any club around Dade County.We high school athletes would be Miami Stadium. barber at Longshoreman Barber Shop
can use more fight fans Interested in boxing since
like Bill would not cost them eligibility.WHO it. Carver, which appeared to be NW 8th St. and 2nd Ave.

the only Dade County team Ina Ultra Modern Air Conditioned Manicurist .- TV

1VJHO AUF THEY? ARE THEY? class with FIAA Middleton slate after champ defending Hours 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.

1 The Little Champ ("ntld Jo) aUJ BunoA 98uuqo"f Northwestern lost In Tampa, LeRoy Williams, Prop. Phone 751.9112
Honest Ate 8wcrL never mounted an offense.
3ae.yl1J ( ci
2 Knob-Hill Terror
1COC Middleton marched 75 yardsto :
3 Herkimer Hurricane
oauecaa ,1aer Ef: start the game with Robert
1 Homicide Hank
Perpetual
Kou[ f ecasdwaa Battle scoring from the 12- Home Study Course For
Motion Hammering Hank 'fogf[: IC8t yard line. After three Carver
::5 Boxing Marvel Napoleon of ..asdwiJ 3Jer( plays the Hornets punted and CIVIL SERVICE EXAMSP.

the Ring ooma jperaopana ( 6Z Middleton marched back again. O. BOX 174 CJrntlgny. Branch
fi Deaf 'un UUttOr 8ZuoxlG This time the drive was halted MIAMI FTXmfDA 331B8
7. Livermore Larruper, Madcap 9BJ03J IZ Inside the 10, but it set the copyright 1002
Maxie 0U113 Sted qSJJI VZtlOMjqou J pattern for the night.Rattlers .
8 Apollo of the Ring. Nonpareil ( '}I UIA\) DO YOU WANT A BETTER FUTURE? .........../.11,1..1.
of the Prize Ring II naqjQO .ff unojijnbjao :;Z8e.23
WORK? ........
fJOVKRNMHJNT
n Astoria Assassinin ( xun.2( ;1 fiZ Shut WOULD YOU PREPARE FOR

Cinderella Man ( auaSn3 tZ: If no fill out tills form and mull It today to the above .... .
11 Bunker Hill Bearcat :fJa(1 PIH( spcf( ZZ address If have failed before, you maT qualify
i" even you
12 Master of the Bantamweights
550.23 qJCiYJ IZ Morris Brown

CJOUJBO omj4i( oz; Date.................................... 106.1......
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13 Little Tltrer alelo3OI(3 PDI 01l
14 Orchid Man. Soldier of ...." t 1JJ(1 I Xuiuijf 81 28-0 Name ............................. ............................... Phone No.Addrrm ...............
:.
France.: Poisonous ,' tioimoo' Xuuqof Lt .................................-....... City and State ..................
1f Billy The Kid liaqO3 f sauicp 01

10 Gentleman Jim Pompadour ",V UIIO:) '"rtlfl H Middleton, leads the Big '0 Age ..........,... ]Marital Status ......... ..... No. of Dependent.......
Jim Gahier of the Ring if laJu.ildJeJ sa&iooo southern with 5-0
division a
:18 Little White, Handsome L1JejCwwr 1:1 record; Carver is :V-2. 1. Did yon finish grade school? .......... High' School ..........

Jimmy, Salmon Pink The I same awmuj zt"If \ ATLANTA Florida A and .. .....
t College .........I..N. N
Mauve .. tlJMPJtft 11eJV IINroppsJli M held Morris Brown Collegeto
:20 The Gentle Giant, Ambling ;: 01 a slim yard Saturday as the 2. Do you really want to work fdr the Government? ........

Alp ,..- taequaJaI1{ ( inC[ '21 The Fighting Dentist .. 1. JagaaR{ : twYI 8 straight victory 28-0.
Leach ? JaeJ xew L 8. Have you taken n Civil Service' Exam? ........ Result ........

''22 White Chanel Wind-Mill .....fA.< a'fJn(1 sawef 0S vards Morris passing Brown but picked lost 14 up rush-15 5. Are you o veteran? .......... Drt yon draw dlnablllty? ......
Wonder uontJJ 3JOr .
'23 24 Wounded Harlem Coffee Cooler .,.. "UOJ1SWJV LruaH t Ing as Florida A and M warm- 4. Have yon studied for n Civil Service Exam? ...............--

'25 Rocky Mountain Kid 1 sjaquxy Mari C ed up, for its big! game next *& Would yon be willing to upend a little money for the

'2rt Harlem Phantam 3 nanv ajuojv Z week Tallahassee.against Tennessee Stateat material that you would use? ...............
'27 Little Chocolate pty'. luwv qv TCENTERVILLA
through this training UNTIL
8. Would you sincerely go

''2R Scotch-Wop (SJaMSUV) The Rattlers, ranked third yon reached nace** T.! .......................
Jack the
29 Indiana Bear-Cat, among small colleges last week,
Giant Killer moved Into a 20-0 lead at half- 9. What kind of work do yon do now? ..111...............................

'30 The Nonpareil time on two scoring passes!! Er- 10. What hour do yon work at present ..........................-...
'31 Manassa Mauler The Tiger nie Hart to Arthur Ib>binson.and If you will fill out this form mall It to us we will return
of FIstlana KINDERGARTENYou Halfback Carson Cooper's notify yon as what you ten qualify for, appi-oxlmately haw
32 Rapier of the North. Bright may register now. Hot five-yard plunge. long it will take yon to prepare yourself and the lowlowcoat
Eves!

33 Golden Boy lunches and pick-up service After a third-quarter picking up two safety pointson A -RUrCESH"of our gervlce.can be yo 'r'' If you are willing to prepare for it.
31 Little Kewple
call i and M wrapped up its scoring WHY DON'T YOU TRY? Thousands have reached 811ceeatbroag'b
:35 Gentleman Frank For information .
also if are willing to
when Halfback Calvin Lang this training.' Yon may yon
36 YI-YI Don't delay, mall this form to-
(See answers at bottom) 691-7796, 696-3802 or went over from the 19 midwaythe study and prepare yourself.
day. Think of your future.
MY AMATKUR COLUMN 634-5867 final period.It WilY WORK FOR PRIVATE ENTERPRISE When yon

CONTINUED FROM '! was Florida A and M's may powilbly work for your government with fringe benefits -
LAST WEEK 5932 NW 17th Ave. first Southern Intercollegiate such an paid vacations, sick leave with pay regularpay

Under AAU rules, competent MRS. RUTH COPELAND raises and a future.
Conference of for all races
medical officers are In attendance Indf/ Athletic game Civil Service offers equal Job opportunity

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
Winless Miami Indiana Tonite
Plays
S I PAGE 16 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1904

-- who trek to t h most offensive minded- team in chak form one-two-three --- ........."""- .,.......,.,...........,.,,
Pans out e a "': :"'" 'I: [ '
Orange Bowl Friday night to the famous Big Ten. punch for the Indiana team.
see the fast rising University
of Miami Hurricanes battle Indiana They rolled up 407 yards on As for the Hurricanes, they
of the Big Ten could Iowa, 322 on Ohio State, are now rolling offensively 1mJfiviNi
wind up witnessing one of the America's No. 1 team; 341 In and Charlie Tate and his staffof
.cI offensive thrills In slashing Michigan State, and coaches look for more Im-
years the great 292 against Northwestern. Indiana provement this week as Miami HOME SERVICE CALLS $1.00 _
is No. 5 in the nation in battles the Big Ten team. _
passing offense and No. 11 in Day or NightWe
'total offense with 1,300 yards.
Dugie's Guest HouseThe Service All Makes of
Indiana ran and passed for
27 points in knocking off Mich- HI-FI's and STEREOSw.
house of unusual rooms
igan State last week. The big
gun in 'he Hoosier aerial attack Also Rent
A Is Rick) Radar, America'sNo. Open 24 hours NE 4-3851

0 ranking passer and top TV's by the week or month
passing star in the Dig Ten Seeing is BelievingSee
for the past two years. Already -
this season In four us for clean rooms 907 .2nd AVENUEPhone
:J games Rick has tossed for 813
yards. Radar is No. 5 In the Jamaica Dugie always a
country in total offense. friend FR 4-2044

i' He, along with fullback Tom ..... ......... M.*-
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costs a large nice, big lot, like new, biff kitchen. Call DOWN PAYMENT HOMES

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:MEL BRANCH BIG 3-BEDROOM: ONLY $11,800 total Oak floors, Florida 255 NW 50th Street
Hoosier Co-Captain ,
room, big lot. $.350 down that's all, $83 month pays nil. 4-bed'room' 2-bath CBS beauty. Florida room, appliances -
Miami started moving as an
offensive power last week as Drive by 230 NW 43rd St. $250' down buys this nice freshly fenced. $15,500 total, $500 down.

it racked up 20 points in play- painted Inside, 2 bedroom, Pin. porch( cnrporte. Fence. -*-

ing a 20-20 tie with Pittsburgh 9,000 total. FHA. 6800 NW 6th: Court

while Indiana Is ranked as the Nice CBS 2-bedroom, jalousied porch, dining room,
ItRIVK BV 5 garage. $8,500 total. $300 $69
home. Largo lot. $3.{) down, 1i'I1A.IJln: OFli'I 't. ,
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Going to Florida- A. Ben-Kori, Realtor Phone 751-2243 anytime 675 NW 67th Street
714 NW G2ndl Street
Tennessee Game? Corner CBS beauty. 2-bedroom, garage, appliances,
washer. $11,200 'total' $350 down.

FAMU Alumni will sponsora -0-
bus to FAMU and Tennessee PASS BY THEN CALL US
game on Saturday Oct. 24, ICY dur Key to Better .Living"Universal
Round Trip fare Is $10. Bus 745 NW 47th Street

will leave Miami Firday Oct. Large CBS 3bedroom. partly furnished', screened
23 at 10 and return, Sun-
p.m. Real EstateHomes
day Oct. 25 at 10 a. m. Reser- I | porch. Breakfast: and dinner room, garage; $11,300
vation may be obtained at I1 total, $350 down. Owner pays closing costs.
North's Travel Bureau, 1104N. .
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W. 3rd Ave. Open 2-6 p.m.
1712 NW 81st StreetCBS

1171 NW 47th StreetNo beauty. 3-bedroom !J/2 bath, dining room, part-

Egelloc Club NewsThe qalifying ly furnished. Cnn he used as,home and income. One

I bedroom has outside door. Large. lot. Only $11,000
2-bedrooms with efficiency and Low
Egelloc Club has begun an garage. total, $350 down.
Its year's program under down payment. -.-
the leadership of its new presi- New list VA resales, 2, 3, 4 bedrooms -- $100 down
dent, Mrs. Wilhelmenla Jen- 780 NW 51st Street ," .
nings. Many other good
3-bedroom; baths. CBS. Move right in. No quali- buys ft
During the year the ,_ club fying. It pays to deal with ft
sponsors many civic and social SHELL REALTY
activities. Among these 930 NW '41st' Street Broker g

and are donations fruit to of needy food families baskets I $300 down, ETRA LARGE, -bedrooms, front and 4260 NW 7th Ave. 758.5551 51

during Thanksgiving; a caketo rear porch, beautiful yard. $75 month pays all.
the Old Folks Home each .
week; a college scholarship toa -0-
deserving student; an annual
Book Review, and sponsoringan 1940 NW 47th Street $350 down, $10,700 total. Plenty of room in this
annual Black and Gold neyly decorated CBS. ''Two lovely bedrooms
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Brand Beautiful. SUNSHINE HOME. bed
3
dance, as well as many others. new.
goodl) size kitchen
rooms, 2 baths, Florida room. Open every day1 for separate dining room and
The Black and Gold Dance living
room, big jalousied front porch, big jal
inspection.
will be held at the Biscayne your j ousied
rear porch, and Seaview
Terrace Hotel Oct. 27. This Is Spacious awnings for ex-
and beautiful 2-bedroom, 1 bath, Florida tra comfort.
Only 1 mortgage. $74
complimentary affair. month.
a
per
room, extra large lot. $11,000 'total. FHA $250
The club expects to greet down. No closing costs. -o---r-
numerous friends at the gala Big 3-bedroom CBS near .
affair. $250 down. 3-bedrooms, 1 bath, 'near schools ndl'bUI. )' $12,500. expressway.T Total only

:. ::: \ Real clean and cute. $8,000 total price. FHA. -.- .
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1 year guarantee FOR THE SELECTIVE No qualifying. Cute, furnished 2bedoom":' wall to

Picture Tube 4-bedrooms. 2 baths, CBS, large lot. 75 x 125. Pool wall carpeting, nice area. Total only ,$9,500.;

$16.95 and patio, built-in stereo with 11 speakers, even /-ocTf" down Payment. Move right in.

.. up-installed free music piped to: pool. This outstanding home requires CBS 2-bedroom, 2 baths, spacious corner house,
696-3581 only $3,400 cash down.INCOME completely furnished, nice, quiet area. Total

2636 NW 62nd Street only $11,500 $73.41 month.

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4 apartments all rented, choice location, good New CBS, 3-bedroom'! 2 baths, enclosed garage, re-
::: :: investment. Live rent free. Only $17,500 with terms. duced $1,000 for quick {Isale.

'" te:_T DUPLEX $1,800 down, 2 bedrooms each side. -

DISEASES EZ terms. Move right in. Call ull! $66 month' is all you pay for this beautiful CBS, 2-

DUPLEX 2 bedrooms each aide. FHA. Priced bedrooms, big garage, 'completely furnished,

FREE CONSULTATIONA only $15,000, only $300 down. CBS, large rooms. 1 mortgage, and total only $10,500. This will
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,. DR. H. ITAAG The VA offers you this beautiful 3-bedroom, 2 bath, you. You can trust a realtor. We are members
=. PL 7-7234 split-level home. Completely fence yard with one of the Miami Board of Realtors, your
assurance
mortgage of only $76 per month and $100 down. of a square deal. Don't buy until have
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