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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 31, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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42nd YEAR, No. 9 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1964 1 ES1 S.



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RECORD VOTE TUESDAY .


tr11x I, The time has come for the I Senior High! School.
Big Vote Caravan to make the All the schools and organi-
ZIA last go-round In the drive 'to ntions in these areas are requested -
get out the vote for Nov. 3. to partlclate In thL
community-wide effort to
Parades and motorcades are bring home to the public the
planned for this weekend to .
9 + title meaning of first-class:
arouse the pubic to wake up citizenship: PTA and Laborgroups
and 'vote.It .
Boy Scouts, YMCA.
Is the duty of every citi- YWCA and sororities are all
6T zen to be aroused himself ando working in the effort.
remind his friends and neigh- }For free transportation to the-
bors that now Is the time for
4e Polls on Tuesday: you may call
political action.
Now is the (iDG-0102 or G9G-8512.
time to fight for better job
opportunities, better educationand Members of Operation Big
v a better future for your Vote committee in the Third
children. Say it at the ballot Congressional District include:

AFRO INSURANCE booth Tuesday, Nov. 3. Charles Hadley, Cleveland
2 Miamians at Meharry Turner, Mrs. Mary Alexander,
The line-up for the Big Mrs Agnes McCoy Clarence
MANAGER DIES Vote Caravan parade this Sat- Patterson, Leo Attorney -
Ten Florldlans are among knowledge and by the exerciseof urday Is as follows: Harold AdderlYi, lis Mc-

23 the 112 states freshmen and ,four representing foreign fellowman.skill, be A able greater to help reward your Is Otis David J'ames, Sr., of 730 Opa-locka, 11:30: start- Cants, Judge John Johnson,
Ing from North Dade Junior- Williamtynn, Mrs Dorothy A.
countries' N. W Gith St.. died Monday,
enrolled this
currently at not possible on earth. Senior High School Small and} Mrs Annie L. Ste-
Meharry Medical College. ,October 20, at his home aftera 1810 N\V .
Dean bite cited many of brief Illness. Mr. James was 157th St.Central. phens.
From Miami is Elonlse K. Meharry's departments for born In Tampa, and spent most Miami. 1:30:: 1>.01., The Fourth Congressional
Roberts, dental hyglence, 14421 their strides in research. He of his life in Florida exceptfor starting from Booker T. Washington District\ Is being supervised by
Lincoln Boulevard. From Miami also announced the addition of the years he served In the Senior High School. the South Dade Political Action
Beach is Michael Schinitsky, new faculty members to manyof U. S. Army. Liberty City Monday, League under direction f>t Bill
medicine, 1622 Bay Road. I Meharry's departments.A Nov 2, 4:30: pm., Northwestern Miles and Dr L. 1C. Oryer.
After his discharge, he resumed -
Keynoting: the Institution's highlight of the convoca- his work with the Afro
opening convocation, Dr. Dan- tion was the presentation of American Life Insurance Com-
iel T. Rolfe dean of medicine, I '!he "Golden Apple Award" to pany, where he served as Manager -
challenged the 19G1-C5 fresh- Dr. Theodore Greene, head of of the West Palm Beach
man class to "prepare your the Anatomy Jept. by the Me- :District In 19C2 he was made
minds nnd your hands so that harry chapter, .Students 'American \District Manager of the Miami
you will, by the possession of I I Medical Association. District and Assistant Agency
Director of the Southeastern
Districts of the Afro System. 11
j He was active and conscien- f 1 ;:
Urban League--Equal tious worker in the NAACP, ;

I Club.Adelphlan Club, King! of Clubs, u.- 1

Nov. 21 He was one of the organizersCore
Opportunity Day Elks, Masons, Snrlners,
Vanguards and Demorcratlc
,
The sixth annual Equal Opportunity of Franklin Federal Savings
Day dinner focus- cy.An agency of the United Fund and Loan Association, wherehe
ing attention on efforts to insure the Greater Miami Urban served as Treasurer. Mr.
fair and equal troament. of League Is administered by an Tames was also Vice Chairman
all citizens will be held Nov. Interracial board of men and nf the Trustee Board at Mt.
21 at the Everglades Hotel. women from all walks of life. Zion Baptist Church.
By gathering facts about racial
Annually coinciding with 'the conditions in all facets\of com- He is survived by a wife,
anniversary of President I tn- munity living, the Urban Melba- an eight-year-old son, ,
coln's Gettysburg Address EOD League strives to achieve a Otis David, Jr. and an aunt,
Is proclaimed nationally by goal of equal opportunity for Mrs. Josie Argrett. I
4,1,.... f... .uul MlamlMayor all.
Services will be held on Saturday -
:
iobrt..KigQ'Hlgh4AUU
October 31st., a t 1:00:
Sponsor of Equal OpportunityDay p.m. at Mt. Zion Baptist
Is the Greater Miami Urban Church. With Rev. E. T. Gra-
League. Executive DirectorT ham officatlng. The body will
Wlllard Fair announced that Ixi taken to the Evergreen: Cemetery r
awards will be presented: at the In West Palm Beach November 3 .
dinner to organizations and Individuals for burial Immediately after
I ;.
the funeral services Richardson -
fostering'
equal opportunity. -
A nationally prominent Funeral Home is In charge. '

speaker shortly. will W? announced I'


Chairman of the dinner Is r i _
Queen
Mrs. Louis Glasser. Membersof !Negro f,. ,
th, EDO committee',are Dr. 4 4t.
tP.', ,"avls, co-chairman ,of thft '
overall! committee: Mrs. Eddie For MDJCfAt

inlei.! tickets chairman: Mrs. r t.. w
Blanche! Galloway, entertain- .
ment chairman: Mrs. Allen their annual costume! ball

Rutrh'k' ; Mrs. Maude K. Reid, at Bayfront Park Auditorium $ + -'t' i i'i'c iI
seatlnrr arrangement chairman: tonight, one of the five Miami
Mrs. Eugenia Mitchell, Max, : Dade Junior College coed will
Karl awards committee chairman .burin a one-year reign as Miss
: William Smith, Clarence I\\ 1, ,M-DJC. I
Patterson and Karl Bishopric, ate 1 The winner has already been I

president of Bhhoprle Green- _..... selected hv' the- fudges hut hpr
Flelden, Inc., advertising agen SWEETING of I: Identity( will be kept i> top secret
MFS. CLOIE until the coronation.The .
IG76 \NW 5th Ave., died at. .
Christian Hospital October 21.Mrs finalists are: Cookie ; '
Negro Elected To Sweeting's parents were Beck, 19: Sylvia Crosby, 17;
Dania CityCommission among 1 the founders of Greater Brenda Joyce Williams, 18:
Bethel AME Church. Caryl Louise Kotwrha, 19; and
Jackie Modesltt, 18. -
Art
Mrs Sweeting taught
Bolsy Walters, 38 polled 635 and Music In the Dade County Miss Crosby and Miss Williams
vDtes In the run-off -for City Schools' tcr more than forty are Negroes the first 4
Cot Isslon In the Oct. It prl- years. She v was the organist at beauty contest finalists of
ma tlon over !IncumbentrommM I Greater n .'hel AME Church their race at M-DJC, or at any
r S. Ellis Young for thirty-live years. of Florida's racially! Integraed

VJ "' .otp". Services mil be held on Institutions, said a college official Mapping oat the M3farch, to Young Jr., Henry G. Pace, Voter -
feated \ft hwh htvho wa" de- Saturday. Octol.fr 31, at Greater The hall Itox" voter Educa- education Project Director
last yeat"count' ltlcal race Bethel AME' Church at 11 The toll will kick off M- tion and fet-Ont-The-Vote for HIP Atlanta Urban League,
DTO\V3.rd\ t Neprn'for" the with Rev. W. A. Curry, DJC student government "Big HtrrllnK Tucker, Notional ProJnct -
,
_..'nn. Ue, "qoord, a.m. at \ en Chapel Week" celebration, with events CnmpaAtfn In Washington, D.C.t Director nnd Leo Adder '
11tyhcom the pastor -
an contractor or' AME Church, offlc1 ating. Rlch- scheduled on the campus. thru. are ( I to r) National Urban 'Icy, Project Uh.'c-'or for the. ,
teacher Hson Funeral Horn."* In charge. NO.V.! 7. League Director Whltnry M.I Miami Urban Leslie
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, rLA. vertial subject out a necessary Week-End Visitor FPPA to Meet in:
one in our democratic way of
:PAGE 2 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1964 life. Be lure to exercise your TampaThe
right on Tuesday and VOTE! quarterly meeting of the

DELEGATES. representing Florida Printers and Publishers
40,000 members of the American Association will be held i n
social work profession, Tampa on Saturday, Oct. 31st.
will convene in Chicago Nov. in the Cen'tral' Life InsuranceCo.
15-18. One resolution for adop- ., 1416 N. Boulevard

tion considers the possibility Editor James Jackson of the
of eliminating poverty througha News Reporter and Linell Du-
guaranteed minimum family pree of the Dupree Press will
income plan. serve as host.A .

CHRISTMAS is less than 50 VISITING our city from OUR BIRTHDAY wishes for noon luncheon is scheduled -
shopping' days away and If Nassau was Carl Clinton, presi- the first week of Novemberare for Anthony's Drive Inn
dent of Grace Ltd. extended to Shawn Rogers,
will
and the group attend the
you would like to play Santa
Arnett Lee, Nov. 1; Denise FAMU Benedict game I at eight
then Join Project Cheer to collect ANOTHER NASSAU VLtN Johnson, Willie Clarlngton and that night.
wrap and distribute presents visiting in our city is Nora Cathy Edwards, 2; Marion Rob-
to approximately 11,000 Knowles, R.N., who's the inson, 4; Howard Coachman Jr.
houseguest of the Raymond 5; and on Nov. 6, Ronnie Byron -
patients in Florida's state men- Hearties' Gwendolyn Graham and western Senior High School
,
and a June, 1904 graduate of
tal hospital. Many of these
Myrick.
lonely adults will not be remembered OUR SINCERE sympathy to Daisy A Morris Brown College, Atlanta'and ;
' and a Project Cheer the families of Cloie Sweeting ODESSA 8KEENB: :: of Brook- now teaching in Sarasota'was
,gift may be the only one a and Otis James. lyn and Fannie Ponder of St. in the city visiting herfamlly
patient receives. All items AMERICAN BANKERS Association Petersburg were guests of the Lillian E Merchant, daughterof and helping her sister
should be new and deliveredto convened this weekon Hampton House last week. Mr. and Mrs. George Mer- Georgia :Mae make wedding
the Project Cheer depository Miami Beach. This, in Itself, Odessa won the week's stay as chant of 12(55( NW 71st Terr plans. She will be her sister's
at the Miami Women's is not significant, but to our a prize during the National who is a graduate of North- maid of honor.
Club, 137, North Bayshore community, represented forth Council of Women's Convention.MR. .
Drive before Nov. 30. first time with delegates and MRS. OSWALD
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Little Miss APRIIj DENISE from Lincoln National Bank I Sands (Cornelia) became the MINISTERIAL VOTER
FLOYD celebrated her birth- The SYLVESTER BURTONS proud parents of a 7 lb. 10 oz.
day on Oct. 24 by entertaining entertained for their daughter, I baby boy, October 20. REGISTRATION COMMITTEE
friends at the Circus. April is Cathy on her eighth birthday.!' I "IF YOU WOULD"
the daughter of Alvida Marie
much could do PRESENTSA
There is
Floyd. EVER WONDER how cats so you
got into Halloween? To the if you would:
MYRTLE GIBBON was hos- ancient Druids, this was the Evil to turn Into channels of GIANTPREELECTION
tess for the Jolly Ten Social night for the round-up of good;
Club at her home In Richmond wicked souls. Those condemnedto Lives to brighten and hearts to
Heights. inhabit animals for the next be warmed; RALLYFEATURING
Neighborhood services to be
JUANITA SELDON is home 12 months. Cats were once
again after being at' the bed- thought to be human beings Old performed folks to ;visit, and young
changed into feline form as
side of her sister in Alabamafor folks to guide;
This
deeds.
punishment for evil
two weeks.
Somebody somewhere for whom
belief probably was responsible The Voices The Bells of Zion
MANY, were the. llJamianswho for the black cat's role as to provide. Utility ,
Journeyed to Tallahassee a traditional companion of .I Wide is the field if you're willing And a Massed Choir
last week-end to witness the witches. (to do

score A and was M-Tennesse close, but game.comfortable The- GET WELL wishes to Arnett Something favored for than others you. less Monday Nov. 2 1964
Franks and Beatrice Miller
. for Rattler fans 22-20.
who are hospitalized. To Har- Lamps of affection to trim and ,
FLORENCE MORRISON old Williams, who after being relight.: 8:00
planed to Bluefield, West Va. released from, Mt. Sinai this Wherever you look there are p.m.
last weekend for the Bluefield week had to be immedately wrongs to put right.
State game and to renew ac- re-admitted. People and problems to be un- BETHEL AME CHURCH
quaintances. 'Twas like classic derstood.
time in Miami, only the tem- .CHILDREN'S BOOK WEEKis There is so much you could do 245 NW 8th Street' Miami, Florida
perature in the mountains was Nov. 1-7. Get in the swing -if you would!
many degrees lower. and "Swing Into Books" by DONATION; $1.50
celebrating Children's Book Patience Strong
RGEIJIJOCS and their guest' Week this year. It's designed to Sunshine Magazine
are dancing this evening at make reading .
a yearroundhabit. ---
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their "Black and Gold" affair Give your favorite child jkjjfJjfjrnjont.gjrfrjfjfjnnnonrmrJT
In the Biscayne Terrace. a book this week.

BESSIE SLATER WIllS a gra- UNITED FUND Ladles
cious hostess to the Cwest Day Luncheon was held at the
Club on Tuesday evening at Dupont Plaza on Oct. 15. Azurea
'her home, 1895 NW 50th St. Roberts was the proud winnerof MAD MAN MAX
PLANS are being completed a door prize entitling her to
for the CTA Scholarship ball two on tickets Miami for Beach.a French Revue -
at the. Americana Hotel, Miami
Beach on Nov. 21, 9 to 1 p.m. POLITICS is a very contro-
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Could Mayor High Upset $122,540 GRANTNEW I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1964 PAGE 8 9 .:G

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YORK Grants for

The Governor's Race? the academic year 1964-65 tot-
aling $122,340 were made to 34
faculty members of 32 member Tallahassee to Host

Mayor Hobert King High of candidate, Charles Holley. colleges and universities of the ,
Miami could possibly upset I An effective write in campaign United Negro College Fund,
the Florida Governor's electionon for High would cut most Dr. William C. Cope, the Fund's Florida NAACP MeetThe
Nov. 3. High, defeated by heavily Into the Burns vote, director of educational services
Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack- but would also hurt Holley and announced this week.
sonville for the Democratic pick up many of the presently For the fifth successive year Tallahassee Branch of Ing' Sunday, Nov. 15. Dr. Davis:
nomination earlier this year, undecided. The general rea- the United Negro College Fundhas the National Association for will speak at the annual Free-
appears to have become a pos- honing behind a write-in for made grants under Its fac- the Advancement of Colored dom Awards dinner Saturday
sible alternative to the two High was a combination of ulty fellowship program to People will host the 25th meeting night. Mr. Pearson will deliver
gubernatorial candidates who feeling that he was the best post-graduate students work- of the group's Florida State the keynote address Thursday.
will appear on the ballot. man for the Job and simply I Ing toward doctoral degrees. Conference of Branches Nov. Mrs Hurley nnd Rev Woodbine -
protesting against the cam- Candidates for the grants must 22 to 15, announced Rev. D. B. will speak at the annual
In a recent statewide survey paigns being run by the other have at least one year of teach- Speed, Tallahassee chapter woman's session and the religious -
conducted by Independent Re- two candidates. ing experience In member in- president. leaders' conference the
search Associates of Miami, stitutions. same' day.
one out of every three Flori- "It would be possible," said The faculty fellowship program Principal speakers at the
da voters said that they wouldbe William II. Hamilton presi- begun in 1059 with a meeting will be Roy Wilkins, Robert W. Saunders state
willing to write in High's dent of Independent Research, grant of $300,000 from the gen- executive sercretary; Dr. John field director, said much of
name for governor. "for the write-in campaign eral education board Is a meansof W. Davis, director of the Teacher the meeting will be devoted to w
currently in operation to col- Improving the quality of instruction Welfare Department of the exploration of the ways of
The survey showed that the lect enough votes to cause in the Fundte member NAACP: Legal Defense and Ed- implementing the new civil
voters appeared to be very Mayor Haydon Burns, if elected Institutions. The program was ucational Fund; Mrs. Ruby rights and anti-poverty laws.
dissatisfied with the present to serve as Governor with recently augmented by a gift Hurley, southeast regional director -
choices for governor and many less than majority of the pop- of $50,000 from the Interna- ; Rutledge H. Pearson, "We arc asking all companies -
said they would not vote for taking In the Presi idcnt's
ular vote. The latent unsatisfied tional Business Machines Cor- Fla. State president and Rev. part
either Burns or the Republican vote is''there to be tapped" poration. minister of Tampa.Mr. Plans for Progress Program -
to send representativesto
Wllklns will address the the Thursday session," he
closing session; of the meet- said.
ments lists: 47 first-year stu-
I 3,265 Students at FAMUFlorida dents 16- 16 second-year students
third-year students 11
and five Kappa Notes Musical Tea'at
fourth-year fifth-year
A and M Universitythis following registration: Agricul-
student. "
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week released a summaryof ture and Home Economics, 168; WhaVs happening Hn the Phyllis WheatleyInvitations
enrollment statistics for the Arts and Sciences 1,698; Education In (the VocationalTechnicalInstitute Southern Province? Bro. Frank arc now being
first trimester of the 1964-65 812; Graduate School, there are 26 fresh- Jones and Bra Herbert Am- sent out to the Phyllis Wheat-
academic year., The record total 298; College of Law, 16; Schoolof men, 18 sophomores: 12 Juniors mons motored to Tallahasseethe ley Art and Social Club annual
enrollment maried of 3,265 was students sum- Nursing 121; School of and one unclassified student. past week-end to attend a'' Musical Tea Sunday, Nov. 8.

living according and to and Pharmacy, 05; and Vocational- School of Education enroll- meeting of the PolomarchS' 1064 at 4 o'clock, Y. W. C. A.
on off-campus
I Technical Institute, 57. Province. Center N. W. 51st. Street and
Southern
from the (
according to enrollment in the ment is: 183 freshmen, 138
schools of the university.The Within the School of Agri- sophomores, 184 Juniors, 302 Everybody was talking about 11th Avenue.
FAMU director of ,admissions culture and Home Economics, (seniors, and five unclassified Kappa Houses to be constructed All are cordially invited. The
and records, Edwin M. there are 63 first year students; students. on three campuses of higher night shall be filled with music
Thrope pointed out that wo- 30 second year students, 26 learning. The one to be builton and the cares that Infest the
men students outnumber men third year and 47 fourth year New Yorker Reports Florida A and M University day, shall fold their tents like
in all areas of enrollment with '(students, and two unclassified Campus will be first. Thereforeall the Arab and silently move
798 men boarding students and students. Pleasant' Southern Kappas in the province are away.
823 women boarding enroll- asked to answer the call and Mrs. Wilhemena Sands, pre-
ment, for a total of 1,621 stu- In the College of Arts and VacationMiss make a pledge to the housing sident Mrs. Estella Williams -
dents living on campus. Sciences, enrollment figuresare Dorothy Gulschard of project.A committee Chairman.
: 597 freshmen, 339 sophomores New York City spent one weekin
City students, numbering 330 Juniors 406 seniors Miami and Miami Beach and detailed report o nth e f f f f f f f f f fff a uf tjnuffj jr
1,611, consist of 748 men and and 26 unclassified students. another two weeks of her vacation meeting will bo made nt the 1
8D6! women.A The College of Law breakdown visiting Mexico City regular meeting Oct. 31st., 1004 year guarantee
at the home of Bro. and Mrs. Picture Tube
Is: three freshmen, three Texaco, Acapulco in Mexico
breakdown of enrollment sophomores: six Juniors and Earl Counts 3491 Charlees Ave.
and Nassau in the Bahamas.Miss $16.95
figures by schools shows the four unclassified students. Coconut Grove at 8 p. m. free
up-lnntnllM
sophomores, 38 Juniors and 38 Gulschard is a Federal
seniors. Enrolled in the School o f Clerical Employee at the Navy It is hoped that each Kapa 696-3581

School of Pharmacy enroll- Nursing are: 23 freshmen, 22 Yard In Brooklyn She reportsa Brother in the Dade Countyarea 2636 NW 62nd Street ,

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4 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1964 CONGRATULATIONSThis M.

A. week we take pleasure in congratulating an out- Broward
iwSH. standing business institution the Roosevelt Savings
and Loan Association that opened its doors on July 4, Count 3

: 1963. In 15 months theassociation's growth has exceeded ,
stockholders' fondest expectations. News ;

of the first fifteen months' operation shows
B. BIGIBMUND RIDBVBg, 1 Bditor and Publisher Report of
assets of $5,214,173 savings of 4,551,690 and loans
IsyWalter
GARTH C. REEVES. Man*gin, Editor
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-.. -- Come! Come! Come! meet
watered Claw Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Port Offlo" are pleased to be a patron of this institution. We your candidates, last chance to
at Miami, Florida, under tto act of March 8, 1876 make frequent visits and note the courteous and effi- meet your candidates before
cient service given.It elecion time. Sunday, Nov.. 1 119G4
Downtown Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Arcane Phone FR S-22M Association is inter- at 3 p.m. Carver Ranches
is not that Roosevelt
Main Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Arenne-Phone OX 1-0421 news Park 48th Ave. and 21st st
racial. Its officers are: John B. Orr Jr., chairman ot the Refreshments,
board of directors; Elmer A. Ward, president; Paul '
THREE MORE DAYS Forand, executive vice-president; Irving Kipr.is, n.I' The South Broward Post No.

Yes, Tuesday, November 3, is "D" Day for voters president; Frank M. Buchanan, vice-chairman of the 8195 Barber will Shop meet, 4444 Nov.svJ 1'at 17th Bowe's St.'
0)f the United States to decide whether President Lyn- board .and chairman of the executive committee ; Jesse All members please be present
'don Baines Johnson, who has so ably filled the office of Casselhoff, treasurer; Dana D, Chapman secretary; and on 'time at 5 p.m,
President of the United States since the tragic death of Kenneth Treister, Charles Hadley, M.\ Athalie Range
:the late President Kennedy, will continue in that officeor and W. Stanley- Weinkle, directors. The VFW Ball Post Was No. postponed.8195 Masquerade .

< not! Other personnel include: George Kilp President Johnson and his opponent, Senator Barry head teller; John Harris, teller; Mrs. Patricia Moore our next dance in November
Goldwater, have been blazing the voters' trail, gettingover Ford, teller; Levi Gottleib, teller; Brenda Scott teller- at Paradise Club in Liberia

their final messages.In trainee ; Mrs. Juanita Thompson, assistant secretary, and -Little Anthony Seymour

Florida, as in other states, thousands greeted the Mrs. Selma Rabinovitz, loan. officer. celebrated his 3rd birthday
candidates. Last Sunday President Johnon dedicated the We; are in complete accord with a slogan used by Saturday, Oct. 17. He is the.
new Florida Atlantic University at Boca Raton where he this institution" "A credit to Miami an example to son of of Mr.West and Hollywood.Mrs. Irvin Seymour

was awarded the degree of doctor of humane letters. the nation.

His:! motorcade stopped at Ft. Lauderdale where he The Attucks Eagles will play
was enthusiastically' received. At :Miami thousands MIddleton High School of
Tampa Friday nite Oct. 30.
greeted the president as he arrived at the Dupont Plaza
Hotel.\ Standing room in the parking area in front of the
hotel was at a premium. Legas Notice
.
Prognosticators ''and most newspapers have seen d + to NOTICE UNDER, FICTITIOUS
victory for President Johnson and Senator Hubert NAME LAW
Humphrey.
NOTICE IS HEREBY given
If this writer were 'a betting man, he would wager that the undersigned, desiring
100 to 1 that President Johnson would be returned to to engage in business under/
the White House.. the fictitious name of PIN-

On Tuesday let us all go to the polls and. cast our v1vg ; k ? DER'S MARKET FISH at 1701 and NW POULTRY 6th Ave.

votes for the better man Lyndon Johnson. His recordas in the City of Miami Florida,
president should be sufficient for thinking voters to Intends to register the said
return him to lead the nation during the next four years. name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
The names Claude Pepper, Dante Fascell and Spes- aDEMOCRATIC Florida and with the office of
sard Holland are well known. They deserve your sup- Secretary of State.
port. In fact, the Democratic ticket is your best bet. i Harry Jackson Sands, owner
NOMINEE I Oct. 17, 21 t. 31, Nov. 7

WRITE IN FOR HIGH rpm

Mayor Robert ping; High, who lost to Mayor Hayden "The Final Hours"Open

Burns of Jacksonville in the May Primary for the wN Mike with Hendrik .T.
office of Governor of Florida, will have his name (writ- Berns will present an election
ten in) on the ballot regardless of his objection. special l 1. "The Final Hours"

He has let it be known that he will abide by the decision I Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. Special -
guests are: Rep. Rich d
(
of the voters in the May primaries and supportthe Pettlgrew, Jack Sullivan Ted
Democratic ticket. Slack and Steve Slepin.
Not with ., 'ouIs Bryant .,..sord L.Holland 000" .A.Emathers
so them, say many admirers of the Mayor, Goveno'f US-Senator U,3.Senator Gowrnor Hoyden Nomin.sure. As usual, the program will
and they seem determined to, at least, have the Mayorin It.to of' come live from the Hampton
the election regardless of his feelings or results. House.CENTERVILLA.

We commend Mayor High for the stand he has EveryFlorida
taken ; but there is also some commendation for those who are determined to show the high regard they have Official c
for Mayor 1 Supports KINDERGARTEN

High.METRO'S !.. : You may register now. Hot
MANAGER President a lunches
I and pick-up service

Miami is one of the great cities of the United States. Lyndon I B. Johnson Ta'c;:pry.Afro: For information call
It is generally known that she has been looking the coun- of Stat. G.n.ral
try over for a successor to Metro Manager Irving McNayr 691.7796, 696-3802 or

who recently resigned that position. 634-5867

Now comes news that 40 applications are on file. I 5932 NW 17th Ave.
The salary attached to this office is $30,000 Ifi year, and I MRS. RUTH COPELANDIndf
certainly that's an attraction. I I .

Meanwhile, Acting Manager Hoke Welch has been I

filling the manager's office creditably, we understand. SENIOR. ; CITIZENS:

When the, vacancy occurred The :Miami Times sug- Kay I. Oren i CORPS
gested that the commission S I. Edwin i."o" T()mai D. BoiUy Doyle Conner ,
should 'endeavor to find a ComptrolttrEvery at Stat. Suo.rlnt,nd.nt Commliliono
capable local man, and that Acting. Manager Welch Yroa.ur" of PI/bile 'Inaructlon of Agrlculturo RECOMMENDS
should be appointed for a year or more.

This journal has: not changed its opinion. If the incumbent Florida official, elected VOTEfor
statewide
,
has given satisfaction, why not confirm his appointment the re-election of President Johnson. urges :
? Must we still look to the green hills far away Ef.fectlve cooperation! between State and NatIonal '' the following
for a manager? officials reflects In many experiences of
economics and progress. Favorable Federal de Nov. 3, 1964
visions have been responsible for Florida's
retention -
of our great military Installations, cut this out wind vote
THE UNITED FUNDIt's continuing
development
of space programs, Interstate/ High-
United. Fund time and workers are endeavoring' ffinPKeCkn of citrus and cattle Industries. HOLLAND' 2A
ed In
construction [arl FalrctotkAttorney
to call on all citizens who are able to make a contribu for schools, unIversities[ hospitals* and such programs other BURNS 4A
tion asking them to do vitol projects as the GtntralEUctentJonnson
State
so. If you are not contacted, you Barge Canal
should make contact with some organization or church HAVERFIELD 6A
and get the necessary information, or forward your sub- y.
scription to the United Fund headquarters.Let POSTON 7A

us remind you that among the 39 agencies
sup- President
ported by this agency are: The Greater Miami Urban Johnson Needs Your Vote MYERS 8)

League, the James E. Scott Community Association, Vote BA.PACE
YMCA, YWCA, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Visiting Nurses Democratic November 3rd BUCHANAN ,
and Light House for the Blind. AI'P.'
senior citfermartin __
The goal) for this year is $3,266,000. Any amount .

you contribute will help to reach this goal. politlcot<&, Compeign.dv.rtl..m.nr F"nd' Thomas pel".fa. flo/llift9.by tho ""r..,.Ielli Chairmen Lyndon. ...h...... ...._ "Ii: pol. adv.


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YWCA.NewsRoundUp Phi Delta Kappa THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1964 PAGE 6
9
Sorority News CLYDE KILLENS'

The former "Y" Wives of tha In keeping with the seven House For Rent I' FOR SALE r !
Northwest Center met at the point pragram of the national 2-bedrooms 5022 NW 7th Avenue Island Club
dining InrnIhing
YWCA. Wednesday, October 19. f Phi Delta room !
sorority o Kappa room,. freshly, painted Hank foreclosure modern CBS
This Initial meeting was quite and In with the
cooperation Opposite school for the ehlMicn. I [den I for medical center
Interesting and inspiring. The reading program at Booker T .... I Lawyers, Insurance, etc
entire corps of officers were Washington High school, Alpha Contains nine offices! three 1000 NW 2nd Ave.
., $20 week $RO month
retained for the ensuring year. Delta chapter will furnish or lavatories three entrances.
Mrs. Lenora Johnson, chairman. certificate awards for students Also small house for one or Only $15,500 low down TWO NITES ONLY
Mrs. Henrietta Lindsey, cochairman who show improvement in two folks Kefrlperator, n n rt
; Mrs. Annie. Twine, reading l'it' 0\0 fUl'J)18hl. I payment FRIDAY & SUNDAY
secretary; Mrs E. C. Thomas, You will hear more abVmt the $10 week or $10 month JEFFERSON REALTY OCT. 30 Nov. 1
assistant; Mesdames Mae program of "The National Doth at 1371 NW 58th St. I Realtors
Foster and Lucille Reid Sun- Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa" City Mater. Seen anytime 685-1553 All star show
shine Committee, A program during American Education I .r ,.' ,
committee will be added at the Week. "
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program will be "Around The .ri: -.; .
next meeting. THE INCARNATIONThe '
The Theme of this year's
program will be "Around The Episcopal Churchmen of ;:
World Through Culture The the Incarnation are making ,1,: 1
members were treated' with I great plans for their 8th Annual : l rw,1. 1 ..
in a "Japanese atmosphere. States Tea under the leadership -
The Coed Club of the North- of their dynamic president, l
west Center Y.W'C.A.' elected Mrs Hazier Drad ey. Youcan't
affort to mls this affairso JJ"
their officers for the year of
1901-1005. plan now to attend.
President: Authur McCarthy, The time and place: The h.C..
Church of Incarnation, 1835 /
Vice
President, Helen Hope,
Secretary; Marjorie Frater, As- NW 51th St., Sunday, Nov 15 t.
t.I'
sistant Sec.; Lorraine Jones, at 4pm. i'
Treasurer; Cassandra Jefferson,. 4t V I'
Parliamentarian; Cameron Mit- The Mary LeeAgency I'r r
chell, host; Rlckford Hope,I d
Hostess; Juanita LIpscomb.
The Coed Club will present ,.. (Xru ttddrrsH( ) I ,
their Halloween Party October 12391 NE 6th Ave. J I A
30, 1904 at 700: pm. until 10:00: 751.5211 751.8112 :

pm. Domestics! for homes of _Iw, '
(list inctlon. No registration fco JOE SIMON
FOR RENT OR SALE 2-
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Sat., Oct. 31

Let's Keep ProfessionalLaw 4 Clyde Killens and! Bobby
I Marshall's Hurricane Boys
presents 5th annual
Enforcement Masquerade Ball
VOTE FOR
With Hobby :Marshall making

r.-_ first appearance hln illncfts

JAY McGLON Adm. Adv. $1.50, door $2
Endorsed by Nick Ferguson, political leader. "He's

the right man to serve my people for the next four Coming I 2 niter only

years." Sat. and Sun., Nov. 7-8
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READING BACK IN THE Featuring

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Invites all of his friends to come in and drive the all (ij j j SCHOOLS
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. fall battered and bleeding by; Carty of the Milwaukee outstanding Braves publicity given established
the wayside. Thtre's still three were among the ten elect- stars. Because of Topps' close
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1964 weeks to go. first-year ballplayers association with baseball
All-Star
"I love to see the late afternoon ed to the 1964 Topps \publication
., ., .. .. .. n .. n .. frYr"rrlT" .."" u u IIrrru..or..__ B....II"XCII': .._ .rJI._ It means I've made It Rookie Team. through of
-- Tiant baseball bubble gum cards, it
Luis
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confided Also honored was
through another one. decided that the
r- white the winner of the 1964 "Topps was company
Lincoln at Llston's push would underwrite the cost of
of t h eYear"
cliffs resort training camp yes- Minor League Player 15 the election. The balloting,
award. Tiant won
SpearingWith terday."bonny's. Cleveland which Is done with full sup
for the
and
ready mentally games
baseball
port of organized was
said. Indians In July.
Night Train
physically,
carried out by Topps sports officials -
the 1961 Topps
out Members of
"He's going to knock Clay
who visited eacn of the
real quick the first time he All-Star Rookie Team are:
Sports catches him good In a corner. Doll Chance Cleveland Indians, major league parks.
; "In the ring you can run so First Base; Hal Lanier, San
friend
I Francisco Gaints Second Base; Meet your at
far and then the guy's going to ,
By HARRY SPEAR : catch you. Clay was looking Richie Allen, Philadelphia CAL'S LOUNGE ANDRESTAURANT
for a out in the fifth: Phillies, Third Base; Bert Cam-
1L _r.c mgR1/Y1Lfsrt.a.: a.ttr IIr1II1: :....tr..WYw....f(.,.,.,W fl.WW round way the last time, saying' paneris, Kansas City Athletics, Food at its best
I Shortstop: Tony Oliva, Minne-
"My eyes my eyes.
A COMPLAINT "I've been boxing for years. sota Conigliaro! Boston Red You have tried the rest
There's never been a man I Sox, Outfield; Mike Brumley, Now try the best
AFTER THE BOOING the referee and Judges received when
couldn't tie up. But I can't do Washington Senators, Catcher; Continuous service from G
their decisions were rendered in the fight at Miami Beach anything with Sonny. He's too Wally Bunker, Baltimore Ori- a.m.
between Mike Mamarelli and Eddie Linder Wednesday, Oct. 21, strong. oles, Right Handed Pitcher, Bill to 1 a.m.
it's time the Miami Beach Boxing Board should look Into it. The "Lots of guys just don't want McCool Cincinnati Reds, Left 6010 NW 22nd Ave.
lo box with Sonny. Oh, maybe Handed Pitcher.
fighters always take the rap, but this time It fall on the officials. earlier in training survival was NE 3.9316
in their minds. The idea or an All-Star Owned and operated by
Something should be done, But not now uppermost Liston is getting downto Rookie Team was conceived by James and Nealle

after all, 1 ff.e: public pays the 22, from Santo Domingo looksto the point where every punch young ballplayers who are usually Nil
freight and without the public be overshadowed by t h e
a good prospect. counts.
there would be no show. "He used up seven sparring

The whole card was terrific. Birdie of I partners before we got here. I
a feather, flock to- ,
out of Now Leroy Greene has a cou-
take the pleasure
Why
Dun- ,
Chris and Angelo
it? Why didn't the announcer the, gether.dee, Tommy Ross Sr. and Jr. Johnson ple of broken just took ribs. And off yester-Alonzo Maids in Miami average $35 per week
announce
Frank Freeman .
Dave Kolton and Johnny BW'IW.Me
and referee's score on day. He said 'More of :this ain't
the Judges 8-round bout between Mike and my shadows. going to happen to me.; Nightingale graduates earn

and Eddie? As a rule they USU- Lee Williams of Boston came
ally do.Another. Fort Lauderdale boxing and to the rescue about an 'hour
wrestling commissioner along later at the workout. He won't $60-$80 A Week
bad feature, was how with his assistant, Joe Tori, be back. As if to prove the all- I
Mamarelli was banging away I always around at all fights. ing left shoulder which forced
after the bell rang and the ref- I him to retire in the first fight Nightingale ladies are specialists in the
eree stood there marking his was sound, Liston raked opena
score card. Baron Pate had to If you liked my column on half-inch, eight-stitch cut I of the sick and convalescentNO
separate them, where it was I' "Who Are They?" please dropa over Williams eye with a'' care
the referee's JoU. Daron received card to Harry Spear sports smashing left hook.
a reprimand from Carl editor, Miami Times, 6740 NW I MORE DRUDGERYbut
Gardener, chairman of the Boxing 15th Ave. and I will continue' Six Ballplayers
Board. Pate is the managerof this feature. Of course it takes interesting and helpful work
Perfecto. I say this: If they time looking up all this infor-I HonoredSix
expect boxing to survive they mation. Negroes were among the
better get some officials. who ballplayers honored last weekat
i know" their boxing and not Clay Works Only 9 the Waldorf-Astoria in New Nightingale College

have a bunch of amateurs to Heavyweight champion Cas- York City. The election and
render a decision. There are luncheon
sius working on his are sponsored by
Clay
plenty of good responsible men prediction Topps Chewing Gum who in-
around. sparred nine rounds. itated the event In 1959. 111 South Miami Ave.

A week ago Clay predictedhe Bob Chance of :the Cleveland
would stop Sonny Liston in Indians; Richie Allen of the
Little River ResultsJoe nine rounds in their Nov. 16 Philadelphia Phillies; Bert Phone 377-0294
Tutusco showed great championship rematch at Bos- Campanerls of the Kansas City
promise In his debut as a pro Athletics; Tony Oliva of the
by a onesided win over Charley ton."I Minnesota Twins; and Rico

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THIHTM-a-aJ-- a JTjuiji
of going nine rounds, Clay fi" II" IT II"'TJI..JT..JT..JTJT..JY..JI..JIJlJT.TJlJY..JI..JI U..IT..JI..JI..JI..JIJT..JY>TJYJI..JIJY y JI. >J"IT II>Y r.>T
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when he ko'd Benny Nicholas I said. "And I want to advise
In the second round. Liston not to spar any more
Jerry '
Locker won by tko In the fifth than nine at a time too. Nine's "WHY--I DIDN'T KNOW .
his limit.
round over Freddie Wilson,
He'll leave for Boston Oct.
Orlando Ruiz, undefeated, wona

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Mars Hill Presents THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. ,:
Rattlers
Squeeze By 9
Concert MondayA I I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1064 PAGE 7


Tennessee State 2220TallahasseeA of singers dancers r,
and musicians concert will lie, present Seymour Samet loaned by the American Jewish
Committee to the task force
,
27-yard field straight win this season Ten- ed known by the all Leonard's over the who world are as Named Collins that set up the service, and has
goal by Richard Calhoun prov- nessee now has lost two games America's most versatile dance remained there since.
ed the difference Saturday as by two points each, the other team. Larry and Pamelo Leonard Aide On a previous occasion Mr.
Florida AandM edged Tennessee to Gramling, 2018Dugie's are now the, directors of Washington, D.C. Seymour Samet's services were made
State, 22-20, to keep the the Floridian Ballet Guild and Samet, Florida Director of the available to a governmental\ I
Rattlers undefeated at home do choreography for the Op- American Jewish Committee, agency while serving with the I
since 1951 a capacity crowd of Guest HouseThe era Guild of Miami. They have has become Special Assistantto American Jewish Committee, I
11,000 filled Bragg Stadium for appeared in movies, TV and former Governor LeRoy pl veer human relation!? agency ,
the contest. house of unusual rooms concerts all over the country.The Collins. Director of the newC'ederaf For el'ght' months late In
Coach Jack Gaither had Open 24 hours NE 4.3851 program promises color- Community Relations IIXM and early this year h e
warned his Rattlers It wouldbe ful costumes, gay music and Service served a* Executive Directorof
their roughest game of the Seeing is BelievingSee singing and dancing that the Mr. Samet has been workingwith the: Dade County Community
season. He proved correct asVTeilnesee whole family will enjoy and the Community Relations Relations Doarcl. ,
came roaring backin us for clean rooms long remember. Service, which Is housed within -
the last 'half to score all Jamaica Dugie always a the U.S. Department of
their points. I NOW! is the Time
Commerce, since Its formation to Sell ,
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early Calhoun In the booted second his field goal friend The 'Times' Goes to In the wake of the passage 'That Home.. Use a Time ... I'I
quarter to
start the scoring.Quarterback 2941 NW 47th St., Miami early last July of the Civil i
College 9 mos. $3.50 Classified Ad!Irr
Ernie Hart scor- Rights Act. He was originally
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a yard out to give the J- J ..... J JJJJ., ;JIJIIJJ .IJ n-'i..NJI 1IIlifJ llJJINIfJr"S
Rattlers their first touchdown.
Bobby Felts, playing his first
game of the season because ofa i r
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bad ankle, bolted over from '. '- ," \ iI.1 .", ,.
the three to put the Floridians ",.'.,\ .1.,' ''' I;f'." .' t.r..".. ; .'.\tI. '., I

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fight two \' .I l'r'ir.Ij' ;:.. ', .II :.. ,' ',!
scores on four in the ,. ,.
yard runs .tf \ ., u.. ''', .:\\ ':: "j
third quarter. A run by Eugene ;r1'f, : i' i;; ': J
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Eldrldge: Dickey rammed \
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. '
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PAGE 10 SATURDAY OCTOBER. 31, 1 *54 1450 N. W. 1st. Ct
What a Glorious Day at Mt

It's 16th Anniversary Olivette!

J r --u--: Last Sunday Oct. 25, was the
First Anniversary of our Youth
Church, tation NightThursday
f Grace Presbyterian
8 p.m. Youthon Choir and our hearts were cer-
Rev. William Savoy, pastor,
made glad by the beau-
tainly
Parade.
Anniver-
Its 16th
celebrate
will
,t I tiful services and program ren-
I 1 sary, Sunday, Nov. 1 throughNov. Friday, 8 p.m. Annual dered by them,
! 8. Banquet at Holmes Element-

A will be rendered tary School, 1175 NW 67th St. We began our services with
each program night beginning at 11 a.m. Public Invited. Donation $2.50. Sunday School at 9:45: then 11
o'clock our pastor delivered a
4 Sunday with the anniversary Sunday, Nov. 8 at 11 a.m.- taken
most inspiring sermon
The guest
communion service.
Morning service will observe from 1 Samuel 3rd chapter.
speaker will be Rev. II. L. ,
4 Education Week.
National The soloist was Miss Lebbrle
r Woodfork, pastor of the Bethany -
Seventh Day Adventist Sunday, 4-6 p.m. Fash-I Hammock, Senior of B. T. W.
Church. Ionetta Tea on the lawn of the In B. T .U. the anniversary
Funeral Home. celebration continued with a
Range
Sunday, 3:30: p.m. Memorial program sponsored by the

Service. Mrs. Naomi Smith, chairman; youth, and the climax of the

Community Mrs. Rhoda Lowe, cochairman day came at 7 p.m. when a
Monday, 8 p.m. ; Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor. beautiful program was presented -

i Ushers' Federation Night. Immediately after morning by the Youth Choir, along
Greater Bethel Men Tuesday, 8:15: p.m. Guest service this Sunday Miss Lee with the No. 1 and 2 Choirsof

Raise $1,017 AnniversaryThe church will be Shiloh Missionary Faniel will be wedded to Ral- St. Mary's W. M. and New

burn Ushers' Federation Association Baptist Church, Rev. A. M. field Ivory. We congratulatethis Bethel Baptist (Liberty City).
hearts
"Did not our will observe its first and wish them Guest Soloists were Miss Peg-
fine couple
while the of God
with In man Griffin, pastor.Wednesday gy Anderson and Miss Chris-
8 at
talked with us by the way." anniversary Sunday, Nov. : 8 p.m. Presen- God's blessings. tine Hepburn. The beautiful

These were the words expressed 3 p.m. : brought to us: bv
last Sun It will be held at First Bap- message

day at Greater New Bethel after tist Church, 15700 NW 22nd MT. CARMEL BAPITST NEW MACEDONIA M. B. wife Mrs. of Andel our beloved Watklns+ pastor MIcklns will,

listening to an encouraging Ave., Opa-locka.
long be remembered. Mrs. MIc
by Rev. Roscoe Jackson Elaborate plans are being Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastorSis.
message
Jackson klns was superb as always.
Rev. Roscoe pastor
pastor of New Macedonia made for this extravagant occa- Louise White clerk

Baptist Church, where he was sion.You We are so thankful to God I Willie members J. Beard, of reporterThe Usher The tie of fellowship and
Invited
Men's are most cordially his blessings< that He
guest speaker during I for many Board No. 2 Immensely spiritual unity that exists
j were
Daq activities. Rev. Jackson to attend. has bestowed upon us. Come among the various auxiliaries
used the theme, "Men, Score a Deacon Edwin Ramsey Is and be with us on Sunday at blessed, both spiritually and of our church was shown so
anniver-
Home Run For God." He com- president; Willie J. Beard, reporter 9:30: a.m. In Sunday School. The financially on their graciously i n their contributions -

pared life to a baseball game ; Rev. W. J. Macon, host Rev. Clifford McClary delivered sary. They to wish thank to take each this and given to the Youth Choir,

with two sides. Right side and pastor. the morning and evening opportunity of their friends to 'help them In the purchasing
wrong side. If you are on God's messages. The No. 1 Usher everyone them.many of new robes.
team Heaven Is home plate RIDGEWAY Board wishes to express its who supported Special

and Hell Is home plate for Sa- CHURCH OF GOD OF thanks for the cooperationthat thanks to Rev. McGriff, who so The officers and members of
delivered
the
tan's team. was given to It on its an- wonderfully mes- the Youth Choir expresses
PROPHECY niversary. Special thanks to sage Friday night and Rev. W. sincere thanks to all Sunday,
Bishop R. B. Davis, reporter
Cox the Rev. K. E. Rogers of South E. Sims and congregation of Nov, 1, 1964 at 11 o'clock Com-
Elder H. I. reporter New Hope M. B. Church for
Greetings from the Ridge- Miami. We are planning to out their anniversary munion, Evening Service 7:30:
closing
have a great Woman's Day Baptism We welcome
Church. The pastor and p.m. youto
with glorious time. A
way Sunday a
which will
be the 4th Sunday all services.
our
members extending warm
are a visitation of the Holy Spirit
in November. We looking
are
welcome to to attend ser-
you was present. Total raised was
itr vice with us on Sunday. Come I for you to come and be with $1,268.67.

hear our pastor preach under us.Visitors MT. TABOR
the annolntlng of the Holy are always welcome. Sunday coming the pastor
Ghost. Remember the sick and shut- will be In complete charge of Rev. P. S. Brown, minister

Sunday Srhool begins at 10 ins. the services. Both choirs and Dessle Crockett, reporter
a.m. Morning worship at 12. both Usher Boards will serve. "Waiting Hearts": From this
You are Invited to be with usa MT. CALVARY CHURCHRev. You are always welcome to subject a very timely messagewas

0 p.m. every Sunday when S. Atchison pastor the Holy Ghost's Headquartersat delivered by the pastor.
our young people will take ov- Constant Carter any and all times.
reporterOur "A Mind To Work": This
er. Your Is always
presence annual Men's Pro-
welcome. Day was the subject chosen for the
gram was very well carriedout. benefit of the youth who cele-
The guest speakers andtheir NEW MT. ZION BAPTISTRev. brated their 1G anniversary.
themes as related to the '
This
R. C. Solomon Minister sermon was filled with
NEW MT. MORIAHOur wholkycly hoe g much
power. The Junior Ush-
men were: Rev. W. M. Davis, The afternoon program was
wish take this time
to Sis. ers to to
sympathy goes '
the
sponsored by Willing
"Be Thou Faithful Until Death
thank
Bosfleld and family In the each person who helpedto
Workers Club who celebrated
Rev. A. H. Ealslx "Noah A
,
make
their
death of her husband. We regret anniversary a
their sixteenth anniversary.Rev. .
Good Man. Our services Included
success: especially the visitors
the loss of Sis. Troupe.
Lester Albert Owner and
a visitation of the ,
r Holy
and visiting boards Antioch
May God strengthen both families ;
Director of the House of Albert
Spirit. The
also fin-
men were
DOUGLAS COOK In their hour of sorrow. Funeral Home delivered Baptist Church and New Mt.
ancially blessed.On a n
Deacon Douglas Cook, the Let us pray for them as well behalf of the men of Mt. Inspiring and uplifting sermon Morlah Baptist Church.

evening speaker'God's used for his" as the sick and shut-in. Let us Calvary, we would like to Arthur King directed choir No. Just to remind you; The
subject, Wise Men. visit our sick brothers and sis- thank each and everyone who 1 of Mt. Zion Baptist Church Twelve-In-One Drive Is still

He reminded us that we may ters In Christ, because our day: helped to make our Men's with two selections. Miss. E. on. It terminates November 8.
be wise in the ways of the vlll surely come.I.IT'T' | 1 Day Program a success. C. Thomas served as mistressof Dinners will be sold at the
world, but if we do not have Let u s remember that we ceremonies. .Mrs. Marie church Saturday, October 31.
Jesus we are unwise. Usher Board No. 2 wishes to ought always visit and pray for Johnson, who Is known as a I I Remember the sick and
The chairman, Deacon N. thank Rev. Sims and congregation the sick and shut-in. spiritual singer sang "The Lit- shut-in in prayer and pray for
Williams thanked tho mem- as well as the visiting tle Wooden Church on the Hill." the bereaved families.
bersL visitors and friends for friends and' choirs who made ST. PAUL AME CHURCHRev.
helping them in their effort. Its anniversary a success. Zonu! Hill Baptist! Church
T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor choir No. 1 of the Rev.
ST. JAMES AMt CHURCHRev. Men's Day chairman wishes Mrs. Lea Cray, reporter J, Pickett Is the pastor ren- FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST
to thank Rev. West, Rev. Ed- The officers and members of dered the music for the service.
J. B. Blacknell. pastor car and the many other Christian the M. J. Fayson Club Invltd; Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor
Bert Cooper, reporter friends who helped make you to attend a tea on Nov. 1, There were representationsfrom Ruby Lee Carr, reporterThe
Captains for Woman's Day, the day a success. 1064 at the church from 3:30: the following "Willing chairmen of o u r Woman's -

Nov. 26, have already gotten: to 5:30: p.m. for the benefit of Workers Clubs: St. John Baptist Day Observance Sister
Choir No. 1 :thank the Seven Essie Mae Bush and Gussie
their "list." And although the Woman's Day. Mrs. Mary Church of Sunny Haven,
chairman and co-chairman' have Trumpets for coming and Branham President.Mrs. Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, Mt. Wright along with Rosa L.
been selected plus the speakerfor helping them out. Let us remember Hilton would like t o Z i Ion Baptist Church, Jordon Sharpe, program committeeand
the morning service this Thanksgiving and thank everyone for making Grove Baptist Church, Mt. CaP all the members wish to
information will be released bring a friend to church Sunday their anniversary a success. vary Baptist Church, St. Paul thank their many friends for
A. M. E. Church New helping t o make their !firstWoman's
officially at a later date. Miss Mildred Gay will be the Provi-
booster for .. Day on I p'e. Baptist Church, Mt. Tabor Day a complete success -
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That night a musical program Sunday. Baptist Church ff both splrtually and finan-
will be rendered. EVeryone -. BEREA BAPTIST cially. Special thanks to our
loves good singing and I The new edifice has J u ft t This was truly a great event morning speaker Mrs. C. J.
some of Miami's outstanding Rev. Joseph Toles, pastor about been completed. We and a huge success. Burney. Her subject was
talent will appear. 5770 NW 15th Ave. YMCA would like everyone to pray "Transforming a House Into a
Our
Last Sunday was a v e r y for our pastor If It had not pastor delivered the Home," and Mrs. W. K. Smithour
Sunday, the pastor Is urgingall high day for us. 0 u r pastor been for him we would't been evening sermon, all of the ser- evening speaker, her sub-
members, especially to attend brought the morning and even- able to build the very beautiful vices were very well attendedand ject was "Prayer Is the Wayto
services all day Sunday. ing messages and they were edifice. He Is a very wonderfulman. rcelved. The public Is Invited Christ." Both of these were
and
Being the first Communion and to come worship atNeW'
Sunday very Inspiring were enjoyed dynamic speakers.
will be served. by all. Mt. Zion Baptist Churchat
ZION HOPE BAPTISTRev. all times and witness such Special thanks to the choirsand
There will be an Important The church wishes to thank inspiring events. ushers who participated

meeting this Friday night call- the Bethany Baptist Church P. Freeman, pastor the New Hope choir of Liberty
ed by the Souvenir Committee and pastor Rev. F. L. Carter. Elizabeth Jackson reporterThe City for morning service and
for Woman's Day. It is of for worshipping with us' on pastor of Zion Hope BAHA'I ASSEMBLY the 'No.2 choir of New Providence
especial importance that all last Sunday afternoon and all wish to thank all of his mem- for evening services,
chairmen of committees be of our friends who. came out to bers and visitors, churches for George Savitt, Press ''Rep. Jordan Grove ushers for morn-
present. Captains should attend be with us. I the kindness and servlse shown The Baha'i Assembly of ing service and Zion Hope

also. An hour of your timewon't him on his 5th anniversary Miami will lie host at an Institute ushers for the evening service.
Wte wish
that
to
announce last Sunday. We had a won- to be held Sunday, Nov.
clocWI
back the
turn our communion will be on :thIs derful time all day last Sun- 1 at the Alcazar Hotel from 10 We were blessed to r a i s e

Sunday Instead of next Sunday a.m. to 4 p.m. Mrs. Jane $2,559.64. We are so elated over I'
because of Men's Day which day.The McCants of Tampa our many visitors. We invite
CHRISTIAN BAPTISTRev. will be observed the second pastor Is still urging all the National a memberof you to our services Sunda/
Teaching Com-
Sunday. The pastor is askingall members to please attend! all mittee of the Baha'is of Our pastor is expected to e-
Otis Williams, Pastor members to be present and their weekly meetings and the ping -
and
United States will liver both morning
direct the
institute
Rev. William Washington of on the second Sunday we are don't forget to pray for the -
Philadelphia Baptist Church asking the cooperation of all sick and shut-Ins. which will cover ways sermons. .

will be guest speaker at the our friends. Also the women of Everybody Is cordially Invited and means of achieving the ravern .'
Nine-Year Plan We continuing t
are
set t
Sunday of Berea asked to attend forth b y
Annual Homecoming are to supportthe the spiritual i pls.. '
at 3 p. m. The church men one hundred per cent. : movie Friday night Oct. 30 at the' Universal House of Justice. for' our sick and th h

iissolocat at 1890 N. W. 47th Our chairman is Rev. Otis 8 p.m. The title, "Help Me Baha'is from Fort Pierce to Key tress. Come to have 1

Terr. The public Is Invited. Sample. Forgive." Donation 50 cents. West will attend this Institute. your faith lifted '






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MANY CHURCHES: TO OBSERVEWOMAN'S




AND MEN'S DAY SUNDAYWoman's ,



Day At Observing Men's TEMPLE BAPTISTRev.

Day I L. A. Thompson, pastor
Mit. PleasantSunday
) The women will sponsor
Sunday, November 8, 1964, their annual Woman's dinner
Nov. 8 Mt. Pleasant Day I
Mt. Pleasant A. M. E. Churchis
Methodist Church will be observing this Saturday at the church.
its third annual Wo observing its "Annual Men'sDay" They begin serving from high E N :
man's Day beginning with Sun- with Its Theme: "Leader- noon until? Donation one dol-
day School at 0.30: a.m. The ship,"Our Most Important Pro- lar. Delivery will be made if 1
morning speaker duct. These services promiseto requested.
during
the
be treat to the Hol- : ,
1 o'clock service will be Mrs. a Candidates will be baptized ,
Mobell Anderson, a member of nities. Morning service will be Sunday during the 11 a.m. wor- ,
New Providence Baptist t held 11 o'clock a. m. with the ship and the Lord's Supper
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Church.At Main Speaker being Mr. Allen will be administered both morn- i ,; j
7 p.m. Mrs. Rosa Lee Orr, Teacher at Everglades Ing and evening. The choirs \ ., .
Fortson, a native of Tallahassee Junior High School of Ft. Lau- will sing jointly. .. ; .
erdale, Florida. The afternoon : ; ''' 'A'
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principal of Rainbow, Park service will be held at 5 o'clock Sunday, Nov. 8 will be observed ', rJj.. .'II"
Elementary School a memberof p.m. with the main speaker as Woman's Day. Every : I.
Greater Bethel AME Church being Mr. Samuel L. Williams, loyal member Is looking for- I' ;' :' '. ,., ',, : ;

will be. Jane the speaker.Mrs. S. Grice. Is chair- Teacher at Lincoln Park Ele- ward to It with high anticipation "" ..,..,,.:..'.:..to.....,..... '-"'"''- : :1.\.. ;
mentary School of Ft. Lauder- and Is straining every effort -
man chairman.ST. and .Mrs. Annis Cole Is co- dale, Florida. The goal In this to make It one of the best. PATRICK SHAW"I
Annual Rally Is set for $5,000.00.The The men have given their
church Is located at 2259 promise that they will back the am a' graduate of Northwestern' High School 'I
MATTHEW'S A. O. Raleigh Street at the corner of women all the way. The chairman -
Coconut Grove 23rd. Ave. In Hollywood.Rev. and co-chairman, Mrs. M. and am now preparing for aj business career at the ,
Fr. S. J. Sweeting, priestOn C. D. Perry PastorSALTER'S Hall and Mrs. L. M, Gray, are
Sunday November lt., every member to do his duty. Miami Business College. I am studying bookkeepingso
1904 we invite the public t o Deepest sympathy to Mrs.
come and be with us In Church CHAPELRev. Esther Campbell whose mother that I may enter Civil Service or get a job in com
School at 9.00: a.m. and at the H. J. Benson, pastor died recently and to Mrs. Hester -
11.00: a. m. celebration of the Flossie Marshall, reporterIt : Gray, whose sister, Mrs. E. merce or industry. If you would1 like to prepare for a
Divine Liturgy for The Feastof was such a wonderful day Simmons, was buried last Saturday -
All Saints. On the supreme Sunday beginning with the good paying job with pleasant working conditions, i
Idea of this day, the life of the Sun School, and through the
blessed Paradise, we Invite the day. It was Woman's Day! Whata NEW PROVIDENCE call or write for details .
entire family to come and wor- :: spectacular service. We had
ship with us at the Divine :a packed house. Mrs. Naomi Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor
Liturgy In honor of all the Symonette ways the speaker for Mrs Claudia Wilson reporterWe Miami Business College
saints as we pray for those the morning services. She will are blessed to have a
who have gone before us with long he remembered In the spirit filled time throughoutthe
the sign of faith, and rest In hearts of men and women. She day. Beginning with the
the sleep of peace. brought a message from the 5 a.m. consecration hour, Sunday [ 111 So. Miami AvenuePhone
Services for St. Matthew's subject, "The Power of Chris- School, Baptism .
Church are being held In the tian Women." Our Men are working hard, 377-0294
chapel at Bain's Funeral Home, She is a member of Greater with their men Dad program,
3187 Douglas Rd. We heartily Bethel AM Church. they are expecting the mem- {!r
invite you to come and wor- Sherryl Boyer Mills a bers to do as they asked '
sang are Please send full information about your courustNAMIiI t
ship with us at time. If
any
beautiful solo "When I've Done for the succor of the program,
you have no church home we The Best I Can," which I feel the program Is set for Nov. 8,

Invite you to cast In your lot everyone enjoyed. Mrs. Under- 1001. They are also expecting ."."... .""""...?.........".".....".................*'..........., ........
with us, for you need the wood and Mrs. Finch were at nil of their friend's' to be pre- .

ration Church and of Christ courage to give for your inspi- Gallon the organ extended and piano.the Mfla.Invitationfor : Julia sent There, to will help be make a program It a success.spon- AllRlSH ......... ................................................................. ,........

dally livin The Church of members.In sored by the mothers board

Christ! needs you to better help make the evening service our Monday night after the fir s t CITY .."..... ...".........."..""........."..".... TELEPHONE .........................
your community a place ,
own Mrs. Annie Lee Gunter
In which to live. Sunday time* 8 p. m. I.
brought to of
us a subject
You are cordially Invited to Christian women. Everyonewas Continue In prayer for the I mil intcrriitftl In ( ) ))1\)' ( ) Night Cln.ell
attend these services. the sick and those
when !: who are not r
spellbound
they I able to attend church.
heard her, because she spokeas <
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Her aunt, Mrs. Hazel McCroid For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates ,

"Songs of Glory" a religious presented her with a beautiful
program of spiritual and gos- bouquet of red carnations.In .
pel singing by church choirs the morning service we
and their guest, will return to had the great pleasure of having 1 a. tAL
the air on Nov. 1 at 10.30: 11 from Ward's Chapel, Hal- BONDED
a.m. every Sunday on channel landale, our daughter,
Mrs. Mary Mitchell and her {dN w
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10.The first choir to be seen: Is two sons, firs Queen West and Mu'1 ?IM' yg41d )
Macedonia Church of God In many others that I do not have
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Christ of Richmond Heights, space; to mention. RENTAL
Elder Paul Golatt, pastor. TheC
Lord C's, Herbert Butler, Just about everyone came up I
manager. Songs of Glory is coordinated with splendid reports. Mrs.
Mrs. verniece Ada Alexander was crownedthe
by
Ross, director of the Midget queen of Sailer's Chapel. AGENCY INC.
Chorus and Charlie J. Davis, She raised the highest amount. r ,
booking manager of the C Lord :Mrs. Ruby Paine and Mrs.
Juanita serond
Cte. Shepherd were

Also appearing, the Pilgrim and third winners. ; t ,

Gospel Stars. :Mrs. Emily Benson was a collection and rental f 4
silent worker and her money The largest
SHILOH BAPTISTRev. went to the captain that raised
the highest amount. She rained in the South; operating in '
A. M. Griffin, pastor $90. agency
Sister C. M. Myles, reporter
Wednesday night at 8 o'clock The chairman, Mrs. Agnes Dade and Broward CountW 'I
will be general election of of- Davis, along with the pastor,
ficers. wish to thank each of you. lie
HON. L. L. BROOKS
On Thursday, Nov. 5 Rev. is thrilled with 'Joy and Mrs.
Gober and Usher Board No. 2 Davis U still walking on cloud President
of St. Matthews Freewill Baptist 19 to the tune of $3,071,89.REDUCE GEORGK V. MART1I, General Manager J
Church will render serviceIn
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behalf of the Sunday School. MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN .
There will be a musical program
Friday night, Nov. 6 10,000 HOUSING UNITS \
given by the No. 2 choir. main office 1
service at
Lose up to 6 pounds Bonded also has employment

BTU Sunday at 5 p.m. All weekly I 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA
parents are asked to please n- Long
send their children out on time. full time public relation. Dept. to awlst you In solving yeter pro.....

Everyone is invited affairs to come a 1545 S.W. lit St. Plus a fleet of can fifing door to door service for tenant conTsaJene
out and make these
success. You are also Invitedto FR 3-2748 On nights and Sundays for emergency senrlee call PL 9.8733
come and take the Lord MAIN OFFICE I 1

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heartfelt memory of our sad and loving memory of ','"
beloved, our Mother and Grandmother, gym.; '
MRS. CORA EDGECOMBEwho "
departed this life September -
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14th, 1053 and our Mother Sit ,
and Sister, :
MRS. CHRISTINE J. KING
who departed 'this life October r

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Mrs Roena Livingstonand
Mrs. Edna Eloise

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add ,r va I family of the late, ':1. EUGENE FORBES SR.

# '". -" ; ELDER JAMES D. ETHRIDGE who departed this life October:

I +w 'f; :. who departed this life October 20, 1961.
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.i 31, 1958. Sleep thy last sleep,
." Six years ago you left me
')- ..J Free from care and sorrow; I
I II' '..d--l. :. In the hands of one never fall. Rest, where none weep, :
.'J. MRS. ALBERTA R. MUNDY Earth storms, mist, ,rain, pain Till the eternal morrow.
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Who departed this life November and sorrow. Its promise new Sarah Forbes and Family
.: I fSig'y life, new Joy shall spring again.
4 1063.
rt: .j. I love have missed so
kV'> There Is no time that we could you, you
much, but the Lord loved I
very RICHARDSON
set for parting: .
for one of his precious
We who must remain, are you
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stones. O let heart and con-
our
L. JONES of
never ready for such pain, MRS. JEWEL
ascend that heaven of
ELLIOTT JOHN PIEZC Even our prayers would be. tinually 1959 NW 5th Ave., died at Jack-
to find where all our
who slipped away from us Into Not yet! Note yet, dear God labor repose ends. son Mem. Hospital on October
eternal rest October 27, 1902. another day with us, Lillian M. Ethrldge, wife 23. Mrs. Jones, a native of
4lU" Let beloved Quitman Ga. has lived is Miami -
Sadly missed by, our stay. And the Family ,
,, We must believe wften falls the for the past twenty three
The Family and FriendsIN
blow I years. Survivors are a daughter -
That wisely God has willed It I Thelma, mother Mallssieof
MEMORIAMIn so.Rev.. IN MEMORIAMIn Barney, Ga;' four sisters, Hat-

sad l/ut loving of W. O. Mundy, Husband, loving memory of tie Green of Miami, Corene Mc-
memory
I Children, grandchildren, sisters Burrows and Willie Mae Sampson -
my dear daughter, and: Cousins. of Ga., and Isabelle Jonesof

,_. New Jersey; three brothers
'i CARD OF THANKSThe Edward, of Miami, Johnnie and
t( MR. JOE ROBINSONuses Euftea Jones of Barney, Ga.
this medium to s end family of the late, The body of Mrs. Jones was
thanks to the many friends who MR. LAWYER JOHNSON shipped to the Stevenson Fun-
remembered us during the timeof wish to extend grateful acknowledgement eral Home in Quitman, Ga.,
our sorrow. and deep appreciation where funeral services will be
There were so many kind 3 to many friends and conducted.
deeds, a multitude of cards and neighbors for all acts and
: + % % other messages of condolence,, deeds of kindness during their MRS JENNIE ROBINSON
;#t aK 4 a huge garden of lovely flow- hour of bereavement. ,f 1522 NW 1st Ave., died at
ers, and so many prayers and Thanking you for your per- the Kendall Hospital on October
)"if words of encouragement, that sonal visits, cards of sympathy, 26. A native of North Carolina
we do wish we could thank telegrams, tokens and prayers. I. Mrs. Robinson has beena
each of you Individually. We Special thanks to the House of reslent of Miami for more i
hope that you will accept this Albert and Staff. than forty years. She leavesto
method of acknowledgement,, Mrs. Annie Ruth Johnson, mourn a foster son lIrshell
A for It Is sent with the same wife. Hanna, Jr., and a host of
sincerity that a personal mes- friends. Funeral services will
I- sage would bring to you. be held on Monday, Novcmebi
':";.'!. The consideration and ser CARD OF THANKSThe w! a= 2, at 2 p.m.FRANOIS.
rendered at
vice that were
.' Christian Hospital, and Its fine family of the late
doctors will long be remembered SOPHIA INGRAHAMof
tA.:( + 9 sMERLINE A special expression of Jersey City, N. J. who departed .
i'; gratitude to the Pastor, Rev. T this life October 14, 196-1 MRS. BEATRICE DUNAWAYwho
WILLIAMSwho C. Kelley, Officers and Mem- are grateful to you, our many departed this life October MRS ESTELLA H. MIKE of
; passed away October. 29, bers of St. Paul A.M.E. Churchfor friends of Dade County, Talla- 28 1961. 2505 NW 163rd 1 Street In Opa-
1057. the wonderful way In hassee and Jacksonville for We all miss you very much. locka died OctoUer 21, at Jack-

1;' May she rest In peace and which you showed us how a your cards, letters and tele- The Family son Memorial Hospital. Ser-
) may light perpetual shine upon "Church Family" really shouldbe. grams during our hour of be- I clves will be held Saturday
.[ her. We are also appreciative to reavement. Special thanks to CARD OF THANKS October 31, 10 a.m., at St. Phll-
;" Mrs. Range and her efflclenitstaff ,, Morning Star Chapter No. 22,, Catholic Church in
'Mrs. Boban mother
.:} Augusta at the Range Funeral Lillian Scott, W. M.; St. Arthur's The family of the late locka.,
1 Home for their very fine "Uv- Chapter No. 141, Irene Harrison MRS. MARIE STUART ,I I the chapel beginning 1 p.m., os
IN MEMORIAM Ing Service to the Living." W. Mt Progressive Chap who died September 25, and Friday until funeral time Satur-
". May the love of God always ter No. 29A, Clarice Carnegay,, was laid to rest October 1 wish day morning. Survivors include
In friend
fj loving memory of a of Bethany Chapter''' No. 40, ElizaS. to tank the friends and her husband
shine upon each you. many ; Henry; two sons,
Mrs Earnestine Robinson wife: Bullard W.M.; Pride of Hialeah neighbors for all acts and James Thompson and H. L.
and No. 61, Gertrude Lattimore deeds kindness in their be- Mike sister
Dr. Van Robinson Mr of ; a Mrs. Emma
Alvin Robinson Sons W.M.; Eureka Chapter 90, Louise reavement. Thanks to those Lockwood; a daughter-in-law,
and Family. Payne, W.M; Southeastern who came, those who called Mrs. Elease"Dhompson..
Matrons and Patrons Council,
i and sent flowers, cards and
Matrons Club Bethlehem Grand
IN MEMOIMAM Chapter OES, Mrs. C. B. Nel- 'telegrams and other tokens. MRS. RUTH DAWKINS of
son Daniels, GWM Pro es9lve Special thanks to Mrs. Lee 1780 N\y 60th St. was DOA at
;
1 In loving memory of, Court 41 II of J, Leola Thompson Rutledge, Mrs. George Gunther,, Jackson ,Hospital Oct. 21. Ser-
MAM Mr. and Mrs. Aaron and Mrs. Allen Brlnkley. Thanksto vices held. Monday in the
Owlford, Mrs. Selma Harrison, the mlslster for such a .consoling chapel. Survivors Include her
A.M., Carver Chapter 103, Lil- and beautiful service husband; Alpheus Dawklns; a
lian Pleasure, WM, Viola Chap.- and to the Range Funeral daughter, Mrs. Elcina Dean; a
i 5 ter 109, Daytona Beach; Hills Home we are eternally grate- son-in-law, Leonard Dean;
Chapter No. 48, Ellen Taylor,, ful for their many acts of a brother, Harvey Hanna.
: W. M.; Mr. and Mrs A. D. Dick- kindness and to the membersof
erson and Southern Star Chap Eastern Star Queen Esther JOHN W. MACK 215 SW
ter No. 174, Jessie Giles, W. M.|; Chapter No. 6, thanks for your 3rd Court, Homestead, died
wR tiy? May God bless all of you. donation. May God bless each Oct. 27 at his home. Arrange-
Roberta Robinson daughter and everyone of you. ments at this time are incom-
Joseph, Ingraham son The Wilson and plete. Survivors include a sis-
Viola Hill Cora Johnson Williams Families ter, Mrs. Roberta Webster.
L and Estella Brown, sisters

CARD OF THANKS '"

t IN MEMORIAM The family of the late Across From Park

In loving memory of our dear ARTHUR E. BOSTFIELD
MRS. ODESSA ADAMS SAM MOSS mother, wish to extend grateful acknowledgement Choice colored church or school
ra who departed this life Novem- who departed this life on Oct. MRS. ELLEN ALLEN to many friends 48th Street and NW 8th Ave

ber 2nd. 1962. 27, 1963. who departed this life October and neighbors for all deeds Air conditioned Sanctuary Institutional -
"She fought until she fell upon There Is no death! Although 30 1935. and kindness .during our be- type construction.
the battle field we grieve "How 'happy are the saints of reavement.
[And then she heard the general When beautiful, familiar forma God Thanking you for your per- Complete Sunday School on
say, That we have learned to love Who once went sorrowing here sonal visits, cards, telegramsand two floors heated. On four
are torn But now they taste unmlngledlove prayers. lots 110000. Call John Warren
I. ["Lay down" your sword and From our embracing arms." Special thanks are given to for appointment w''
shield. May his soul rest In peace, And Joy without a tear." New Mt Moriah Baptist .
r May she rest in peace and and the light perpetual shine Sadly missed by children: Church and Rev. Almus Shipp THE KEYES CO. :

,may light perpetual shine upon upon him. Louise Riley eral Home for its service. M4 Blvcayne Blvd. Realtors
her. Mrs Olive Rcdwell, cousin Ellzah Allen Jr. and thanks to the Range Fun-
Mrs. Florence Bivina Mrs Martha Store, Aunt Ruby A. Gibson Curlie Bostfield. wife PR ,1-3502

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. FOR DOLI/-. 2-bedroom home FOR RENT

SATURDAY OCTOBER 1; t& 4 PAGE i DINETTE"! S.bargain.Freshly Special renovated this corner.week 2-BEDROOM, unfurnished apt.

round table 1201 NW 41 St. Will con- 3308; NW 51 Terr. Call NE
I tables 28x28 I all cash buyers. Open 4-4421.; Ask for GllUert.
19 grandchildren.. Arrangements denza,, curio, 1-Gp.m. Fenster Real-
incomplete. 170 St.HOUSED. Droker, PL 0-8770. FURNISHED APT. Large bedroom

LOUIS GILCHRIST of 1285 MRS- 'ROXANA EDWAltD 2-bedroom CBS, car- 137 NW apt.25th Nice St. Phone neighborhood.035-6515.
$
4
NIW 71st Terrace died ,
Oct; 22. of 1281 NW 71st Terr, died at } is FHA valuation $9,000 $20 weekly. Utilities free
A native Miamian
and a Naval appliances fenced _
the Mt. Sinai neighborhood ,
Hospital Oct
on J.
veteran of World War II, he $200 down and $62 month
her 29, followng a short periodof come' for MODERN down town, 425
formerly had been on the police illness Mrs. Edwards a i native Priced Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. MW 6 St. Edward's Apts. 1,4
force In erty.
Fort Pierce for a of Acklins Island In'th 635-45515. If 9-4371, Open Sundays and i. bedroom, $15 week, cfiiclency
ni cr of year He.Is.survivptL
l his Bahamas, had been a more- 86 NW 25th St.BEAUTIFUL $11.50.: Free gas, water, appliances -
by Wife!, Elsie; t\V6 :
than available Manager No. G.
40-yfear resident of. the
daughters, two sons; two sisters ,
Miaim standard double olfccure
areea. Mrs. Edwards Is :
Mrs. Evelyn Sharpe and survivoreed by four daughters, bedroom, 1 sliding door, 1 complete NW SECTION, 4032 NW 23
Mrs. Margaret Young. Ser- I Mrs. Nellie Coke and Mrs. Call 635-0737 kitchen cabinet with Ave. 4-room cottage: part-.
rhepei l .held Thursday\ In the ,Mary Larmond, Estherlene and 46th St sink. Phone 635-5752 iumlsheU. !$18 j week, :n j)>U5 Mo.
Raphletta Edwards four 6 evenings. All day Sal
,
Thomas, Samuel, Austin; sons SAINTS Sun. ROOM In nice home, hot and
MRS. IDELMA THARPE of Joseph Edwards; 17 grandchJIdern $2,000, jerrtls. cold water, 2531 NW 55 St Ph.
-
9i2 NW 55th Terr., died Oct and a host of Other' rela- Ave. NO QUALIFYING 1-5744.,
23. A na'tive' of DascomU, Fla. tives and friends. Arrangements on large lot. A small es- _
she lived in Miami since 1912. are incompleete at this NO 130 feet by 233 feet com HOUSE' NW SECTION 4032
She was an employee at Jackson time. costs, move fenced. Beautiful 2- NW 23 Ave 2-bedroom, unfur-
Hospital. She I room, 1 bath large Fla.. room, huge nlshclt, child OK, $80 month.NEATLY .
by her husband, British; Slit MR. ARTHUR. MAt of big closets, spacious closets $85
children; four sisters, Mes- 16100 NW down, $75 1400 down, one FffA furnished room, private
dames Aristine Pollack, Lonnie locka 18th Ave.the in Opa- $8,500. III King Realty, Inc.. bath mIll refrigerator. Use
passed at Bethesda
Dixon, Alzadla Williams and 751-U708. of kitchen and telephone.
Florine Williams! a brother, Memorial Beach Hospital In Boyntdi : INCOME Young woman only. 2152 NW
Isaac Williams. Services )held on Octobeer 25. Mr. month, 5 1781 NW IC.th Street U St.UOOM.
Mack
a World War II veteran I
Thursday at New Mt. Morlah front
ciency, carport
Baptist Church, was a native of Daytona Beach, 75I-G009. '< porch.. BeRt I locution: I Private home. Man preferred
Florida and had lived in the be painted like new, only I Call OX 1- 073.I .
WAYNE bAMON COLLIER Miami area for more than 25 LINCOLN '50 down FHA term. Prior
22-month-old son df Mf. artdMrs years. Survivors include his miles, new no closing costa $70 I 2-litiDltOOM duplex apt. Stove
Walter Collier, 1205 NW wife, Elizabeth; two daughters, private Dank financing, also: and i refrigerator, furnished, hot
65th St. died Oct. 25. He Is sUrvived Patricia and Theresa; four power with no qualifying. I and cold water, free. 3028 NW
by his parents, two Mothers, Leroy and George 148-30C1 ] : Realty, Inc. of Miami\ 62 St. Fur informatics call
brothers, two sister, his McMahan, and Brelon and Albert MO 1-4050. $ 8002 NW 7 Ave G31-1881.
grandparents, ,Mr. and Mrs. Jones; three sisters, Mrs. .
Reynolds, a grandmother, Mrs. Geraldine Marshall, Mrs. Ruth FOR QUICK FOR SALE
Maggie Collier. Services Sat- Jones, and Mrs. Mary Jones 50x101. 103 t>nOo t 2 bath living
urday at 10 a.m. in the chapel. three aunts, Miss Georgia McMahon and 179 Sts. dining room, Fla. room WHY NOT THIS ONE?
Mrs. Elizabeth Brown corner, screened porch. I n d o o r 3 lilt, 2-DATH CORNER
of Haines City and Mrs. L.Wallace $1,475. Call room, central gas heat $too down. This CDS home is
of Daytona Beach, Florida; p.m. ..in kitchen, hard wood !big for the price of $14,500
four uncles, Lewis McMahon, community water and total Oak floors:, tile roof,'awnings -
Roosevelt of Ocala, Fla) Arron BEAUTIFUL e, tile roof, sprinkler Call me now for location,
Taylor of Miami and John Tay- Clean as a with pump and well A. Dcn-Korl, Realtor, 714 NW
'lon of Daytona Beach; eight We have the swimming pool. Plus 02 St. or phone anytime 751-2243
nieces; four nephews and a host have the key 80x135 fenced lot with DRIVE BY 230 NW 43rd Street
i of relatives ahd friends ness, it's 1780 outdoor barbecue pit.
cellent nil schools and place of $250( DOWN, $0,000 TOTAL
$8,500. hlp.OnA Cute, clean, 2-bedroom, big
ALBERT PL 9-8779. D. TAYLOR REALTY Fla. porch, carport, fence, awnIngs -
1208 NW 7th Ave carpets, stove, FHA terms
JESSIE LEE SMITH 3933 OPA-LOCKA. 759-5221 eve. CE 5-4240 but no closing carts A. DcnKorl -
Washington Ave., Coconut I good location J ,, Realtor, 711 NW 7 Ave.
died Oct. 20. Funeral services Owner pays WILL LIKi: THIS ONE (\r 11h rio'nnytlme 75122.13.1IG .

'yP A t;y'V held In the Coconut Grove month. Open OP13N SUNDAY 3-0 P.M. 4hll
chapel Monday at ,3 p.m, with 152 Terr. .' 11'H NW Ritd: Street 2 STORY HQME
the Rev. Rogers officiating. ker, PL 2 till 2 HATH, CORNER IMWK BY [5033( : NW Oth Ave.
evenings."A down' $75 month all. Big family special or rent
I Survivors, w I ,f e, Mrs Ethel pays
Smith, three daughters, a son, VA and $11,200 total for like now rooms? Big lot $100 down,
v y three sitters, three brothers. room and 2 carport, boautlful grounds. FLEA terms, new carpet, gariffe. -
md up. Call I cloning costs, FIIA. A. Den- lI A Dcn-Korl, Realtor, 714
CRAW 0 D L. OLIVER, Fenster I Realtor, 714 NW 02 St NW 52 St or phone anytime
0-S779. phone anytime 7512213. I 751-2213.'
360A NW 6th St., victim of
L 4W fatal death Oct. 22. Will lie in 1-DEDROOM
Near ,school,
repose Wednesday evening until -
MRS. LEGACY DULLARD, shipping Thursday for final $11,700 'total Finest Selections In Miami
everything.
1420 NW 63rd St., died Oct. 26. rites and, burial In Union 0 Ct. then
Mrs. Dullard, a native of the Springs, Ala. His survivors,
Broker PL
Bahamas, had resided In Miami mother, six brothers, four sisters Lovely homes open

for more than 40 years and "HOT
PAYMENTS
was a long-time member of CDS NEW LOW DOWN

Ebenezer Wesleyan Methodist JAMES JACKSON, 1705 NW double -lot, EZ Terms Less Than Rent
Church. She Is survived by ason .lth! court, died Oct. 25. His terms $500
: and daugh'ter-ln-law' Mr. survivors, wife, Annie sons .
1i la.
:and Mrs Eugene Dullard; three Curtis, Otis, Charles, Tommie, a J1 roomh 1068 NW 64th Street
grandchildren; a brother, Robert Roosevelt, Freddie; daughters,
for
Inez Thomas Irish Mae Ter- oak floors and carport, $250 down, $60
Jones; a nephew, Clarence C. ty Broker, { 2-bedroom, ,
Harvey, a cousin, Mrs. Delphlne rell Lillie Terrell, Lucille month $7,500 total price .
Rolle. Services Soturday .Jackson; two brothers, two GORGEOUS per ,

at 10 a.m. at Ebenezer. Mrs. !sisters two uncles an aunt very large __-. I
md 31 grandchildren. Services
Dullard is now In repose in the 101. This
chapel. Members of the Beth- Saturday 11 a.m. at Matthews Sunday 1-fl 1019 NW 46th Street : '.p:

,any Chapters of Eastern Star Temple AIME Church. Fenster Beautiful CBS .2-bedroom, oak floor and carport. "
are requested to be at the :J-8779.
'chiarvh at 10 a.m. on Sa'turday. MRS. BERNEATHA FIELDS $350 down, $11,400 total price. FHA terms. ,
429 NW 13th St., died Oct. 25
NO QUALU
Survivors, a daughter, a son,
if
MRS. MARY WILLIAMS rght In!
four grandchildren two sisters, 560 NW 44th Street
GIBSON of 4648 NW 11th Ave. a brother. Funeral services CDS, tile roof,

died Oct 23. Mrs. Gibson, a will Me noon Saturday at St. is FHA CBS 3-bedroom, Fla. room, carport and appliances, ; .,
native Wlnston-Salem "N. C. teller his f
of ,
Paul AME Church. down. $11,500 total price. ;
closing cost. $350
had lived In Miami two yeara ills FHA no

She Is survived by -her hus- MRS ELLA MAE MOSLEY, across from -. .M

Hand, Alfred; her father John 465 W. 23rd St.. Hialeah died St.NW Key 7 Ave at 521 NW 48th Street ;; r
at
Crosby. Services Saturday '
Oct. 22. Services Saturday 3 .
:
1 p.m. in the Chapel. Mrs. Glb-I pm. from New Mt. Zion Baptist .. Sundays and Lovely CBS 2-bedroom, oak floors, tile roof and!) ap '",

chapel:son will at lie 2 In repose Friday.in the II Church, Hialeah. She will 3-BEDROOM, pliances. $350 down. $11,000 total price. I ';r-
p.m. In
He repose Friday evening. roof, patio, .
Survivors, husband, John, 'two
.DOES DIXON, 2570 NW daughters. yard. Price with 280 NW 55th Street )
70th St. died Oct. 27. Mr. Dix $13,000
on, a native of South Carolina, MISS CORINE T. WILLIAMS $80 month. A LIVE RENT FREE. Beautiful CBS duplex, 2-bed-
nice
lived here for 12 years. He Is of 2120 Lincoln Blvd., died on ty. a 4332 very NW room, 1 bath each aide. No closing cost. $500 down
survived by his wife; five Oct. 23. Her survivors, mother, .
'children; his mdther, and a dear Mrs. Sadie Smith a son, a sister Open FHA terms. ".
friend, Mrs. Evelyn Parker. three brothers. She will lie LOVELY -- -- -
Arrangements are Incomplete. In repose In the Opa-locka NW 40 St. We have the largest selection of CBS 2 and 3 bed
chapel Friday 5 p.m. until
ousie
BELINDA L. MAYS, 4, raughter funeral time Saturday at 4 p.m. refrigerator, room homes in Greater Miami area. ..

of Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses St. Matthews Freewill Baptist Price is $ ,
Mays of 2412 NW 58th St., died Church.


grandparents.both Oct.her 27.maternal parents The youth Arrangements a and brother is survivedby paternal and In- .$>A SKIN DISEASES*""I and 4932 Open NO $68 Sunday.NW 7 0// NEWS v REALTY Inc. IITHE .f;



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28, victim of an auto accident.She allied blood and laboratorynit. / down FHA and $90 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655, } .
her three testa .,.. I
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two sisters if. JTAAOPfc
daughters
sons, eight ; N\V 7 Ave. I I
Mrs. Indiana Thompsonand 7-7234 Sunday and II
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I NATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK IN SCHOOLS SPOTLIGHT I


.... ... .. HEIGHTS JUNIOR HIGH the 4th period; Clarence: Cryer,
.... IrII'7!:
i'B &!a nScience I Tuesday, the 6th period; Mrs.
special committee has been Libraries throughout the Gwendolyn Clarke, Wednesday,
ActivityIN named to plan the annual United States and in a numberof the 6th period; Miss Jeanne
4 American Education Week oreign countries will cele- Inauber, Thursday, the 3rd
Observance. brate. Book Week Nov. 1-8. The period, and Arthur Rosenberg,
DADE COUNTY. ,, Heading the committee is Idea originated with the 1 ate Friday the 5th period. Tapes of
Mays High School ; s Mrs F. J. Chambers. Membersare Franklin K. Mathiews, chief librarian these reviews will be availablefor
4M F. L. McNeil, Myrtle Dullard for the Boy Scouts of classes unable to hear the
sy'+ l Mary King and LlntonBerrlen. America. Much has been doneto live presentations.The .
High School Mrs A. J. Hawkins is advance the project since
the advisor. Its inception in 1915. The pur- library staff hopes that
of the celebration Is all students will grasp the true
pro-
all of our pose
We are expecting
JOSEPHINE KING of this year's theme:
By meaning
parents to visit the school dur- motion of }books and reading. "Swing Into Booka."
ing the week of November 8- At Richmond Heights Junior

SCHOOL SCIENCE 14. High' School, the following

Mays' Students Attend UM NORTHWESTERN HIGH This week is designed to spot- members o the faculty will For Best Results
On June 10, 11, 12, and 13 North Dade Thunder- light what the schools are do- (give book reviews to the stu-
Mrs. Nettle Dove, Rosa Jones, The with t-h-e absence Ing and to remind citizens that dent body during the week: Try Classified Ad
birds
thought, .schools their Eldridge Williams, Monday at a
Ann Ava and Sharon Ashley, of Chico Gilbert, the good are responsibility -
William Johnson, Rosa Henry, .
Bulls would b e a pushover, -
Sharon Green and Josephine
Out Robert Taylor 'took com- Nelson Adams, our principal,
of with
King Mays High, along
students and teachers from all mand of the Bulls and carried conducted a workshop In Ala- BISHOP PRINCE CHARLES
over the state of Fla., attendeda them to a victory over the bama recently. In this work-
lecture series at the Univer- Thunderbirds by a score of 46- shop he conveyed many inter-
sity of Miami. The title of the 13.Northwestern's esting and useful Ideas con- -- America's
series was "How Man Looks leading gainer cerning having boys and girls '"
af His Brain," delivered by the and scorer, Vince Hepburn, reach their maximum potentialIn IS.*'i V4 youngest ordainedBishop
prominent Dr. Robert J. Liv- i scored twice and rushed for reading.
ingston of Boston Mass. 183 yards on 10 carries. Robert t
Taylor also scored twice. The Freddie Jones, Sr., PTA of Pittsburgh, Pa.
The program was sponsoredfor Bulls will meet the Jones High president, Is urging all parents a t :e is here!
the Advancement of Tigers of Orlando October 31st. who have not paid $1.00 mem- #
Science. There were approxi- bership fee to please do so. ax"a ;. Attention
mately 400 students participating. The basketball team has (We tip our hats to Girl Scout '
Dr. E. Mann served as co- started pre-lseason practice. Troop 377, sponsored by Mrs. b V Miami!
This year we will again havea Myrtle Bullard. These young '* God has decreed a
Along with the excellent lec- varsity and a Junior varsity ladies made chair back covers %
tures and varied activities of team. Mr. J. Glover is Varsity for the pre-school room as a k blessing upon your
the UM, we, the students and coach and Mr L. Perry, is Jun- project.to T'k city
the teachers, gained a broader ior Varsity coach. The Varsity This young man has
knowledge of the brain and en- team will be led by Chico Gil- been healing, preaching -
Joyed ourselves. bert and Willie C. Rogers, who play Jones High of that city. prophesying, and
Next week." "What makes are returning lettermen from helping, people to the
Popcorn Pop? last year. Elona Harmon, Miss North- ', ,. road to success since
western, was assistant disc. f the age of 8 years.
BTW SCHOOL NEWS Northwastern's girls volley- Jockey of the week when she' r4 His grandfather was
ball team placed third in the assisted D. J. Bob Terry o n aj, an African priest, his
Patricia Thomas Is 'Miss "A" division and were champsIn Station NAME during the grandmother a a: ctl-
Homecoming. After weeks of the "B" division when they week when members of the L fled preacher, mother
work, Miss Homecoming Con- entered a volleyball tourna- week of October 10-23, 1964. }1 i n medium, father, a
test ended October 28. Patricia ment at Miami Norland last Baptist deacon.
is a member of the 12-8 home- week. Mrs. Agnes Lowery is
room under 'the supervision of their coach. Northwestern is looking for- So you see, God has placed ALL of the spiritual gifts in

Mrs. Leola Mathews. When ward to American Education I this young prophet! lie has helped thousands throughout
asked how she felt Patricia replied Dr. Franklin was guest week when members of the
"It Is quite a n honor: speaker at 'the first health assembly community will teach classes the country to buy new homes, cars, and pay bills, through
and. I am quite happy and for this school year. and Inspire our Students t o
prayer and fasting. He can and will help you after ALL
thankful to all those who help- Tenth and eleventh graders assembled seek higher levels of education.
ed me." Patricia reported $224. on Monday morningto I others have failed! '
Runners-up were: Matilda Bailey listen to some reasons why ABook Fair, featuring many
and Catherine Bullard. they should not take up smok interesting titles by outstand- SEE HIM:
Matilda is a member of the ing. ing authors, will highlight the
12-1 homeroom supervised by activities in observance of Nat-
MONDAY NOVEMBER 2 AT 8 P.M.
Miss Anabelle Harris and Cat- June Small, Leonard Dun- ional Book Week at Miami ,
herine Is a member of the 11-3 canson, and Calvin Douglas, Northwestern Senior High AT THE LONGSHOREMAN'S HALL
homeroom supervised by Mrs. first, second and third place School, November 2-0. The 816 NW 2nd AVENUE
Dordthy Harris. winners In the Advertising Es- Book Fair will be held in the
This year the B. T.W. Color say contest last year were presented Conference Room of the Lib-
Day will be held on Friday, prizes of $25, $15 and $10 rary.
Nov. 6. Homecoming will be respectively in assembly on PRIVATE APPOINTMENTS
Nov. 7. At this time the Tor- Monday morning. Miss. Blanche Books will b eon display
nadoes will Calloway representing Station daily from 8:00: a.m. to 4:00: p.m.
face the ,
Mays Monday, November 2 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Rams WMBM, presented the awardsto and from 6:30: to 9:00: p. m.
Congratulations these three people. All parents, Students and Wednesday, November 4 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. 5-8 p.m.
t o Linda Teachers are Invited t view
o
Little member At the Sherman Hotel 405 NW 4th St. Call FR 9-1751
a of 0-1) homeroom Northwestern the exhibit and make purchases ,
for having the highestthe Bulls, the if desired. All titles are paper M
twelfth grade place (test Marching One Hundred back editions. Prices range HEAR HIM EVERY SUNDAY ON
average 4.0 for the first six (Band), majorettes, cadette. from $.35 to $.96. Proceeds
weeks. Mrs. Gloria Robinson Is and Miss Northwestern andher from the sales will be used WMBM 10-10:30: a.m. WAME 10-10:15 p.m.WWWUWUWUJWW .
her homeroom teacher. 837 attendants will Journy :to to purchase additional books
students were given certificates Orlando on Friday, October 30 for the library. I g-----"*. "*.-*.
for perfect attendance for I
the first six weeks. Approxi-
mately 46 seniors and 58 Jun-
iors were given badges: for
making the honor roll this I
six weeks, 3.0 to 4.0. Barbara
Johnson and Gloria Taylor
'worked to ready.get badges and certificates STATE BUILDERS


,Booker T. Washington will lf, ,
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Pkd
participate with other schools

in Education the observance Week. A of full American pro- a IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT MR. H.

year's:gram has theme been is planned."Education This VV A. MITCHELL IS NOW ASSOCIATED WITH

Pays Dividends". One of the
planned activities is "Back to.. OUR SALES STAFF AND WILL BE HAPPY TO
School." This is an open house
program. Honored guests, par- HELP YOU WITH YOUR CONSTRUCTION
ticipants, parents. patrons,
alumni, citizens and community PROBLEMS.
school will be present. This is "MITCH" MITCHELL
to (be held "November 10 at
7:00: p.m.

.tumors On Oct.and 24.one twenty senior nine assem- STATE BUILDERS SPECIALIZE IN BUILDING

bled to take the College Board

Examination. Students paid Homes Your Lot
Duplexes Apartments
$1.25 each senior was given on
the twelth
grade place test

ium.Oct. 27-28 in the auditorium 71:. .. "WITH NO MONEY DOWN""SMALL .
.
After a hard fight, the Booker I MONTHLY PAYMENTS",
T. Washington Tornadoeswere


,played 1 n West Palm Beach,
the team was accompanied by CALL TO-DAY PHONE f
the band, majorettes and pep
team along with BTW students. FOR FREE ESTIMATES .
The Tornadoes will take on 759-4581
the Carver Hornets Oct, 30 at
the Miami Stadium, ,
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DON'T BE DECEIVED BY PROPAGANDA! FOR ALL PEOPLE OF ALL CHURCHESDON'T
HEAR THESE TIMELY SERMONS BY A. A. ALLEN
BE MISLED BY "POISON PEN"WRITERS

"Coming World Government"

DON'T LET RUSSIA BRAINWASH YOU "The Man Whose Number Is 666""IS

A CHURCH WASH PAN!
"IS AMERICA'S RELIGIOUS LIBERTY BEING
THREATENED?"
ooooooooooooocooooooRemember "WILL COMMUNISM RULE THE

enemies of the Gospel (sometimes CHURCH WORLD?"
WILL WE HAVE A GOVERNMENT
disguised as religious people) are at work to bring "
CONTROLLED CHURCH?
powerful forces against Christians and Preachers
"WHO IS BEHIND PRESENT SMEAR CAMPAIGN
THE
who stand for Healing and Miracles! Don't t forget, "-
AGAINST HEALING EVANGELISTS?
constitutional of Freedom
I our rights Religious are "
being severely challenged by forces that want a SOOOCCOOCOGOOOOOOOOOCOSOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOTHOUSANDS
Government Controlled Church In America! SAVED FROM SIN IN A SINGlE OLD.
FASHIONED ALTAR CALL.
Here are partial quotes from Brainwashing, a book HUNDREDS FILLED WITH THE HOLY GHOST
with part of Russia's Instructions for destroying the IN A SINGLE SERVICE
Church in Americal "Ridicule and Defame the MULTITUDES TESTIFY TO MIRACULOUS
Preachers if they Advertise a Healing Campaign, DELIVERANCE FROM SYMPTOMS OF
call It a hoax; the Church, especially the Healing SICKNESS, DISEASE, DEMON POSSESSION -
Campaign, must be destroyed, even If you have to MENTAL ILLNESS, NARCOTICS, ETC.
r' resort to wild lies, personal defamations, false evidences -,
and constant (bad) propaganda!I" PRIVATE INTERVIEWS WITH A. A. ALLEN AT
2:30: SERVICE FOR THOSE THAT ARE DESPER
HAVE YOU BEEN BRAINWASHED ATE AND FEEL THEY NEED SPECIAL HELP.
BY THESE METHODS PRAYER CARDS FOR HEALING LINE GIVEN
(FREE) ONLY IN AFTERNOON SERVICE.


"NO MAN CAN DO THESE MIRACLES EXCEPT GOD BE WITH HIM"ST.

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r-: k Holy Ghost Nightt Youth Renew Night/
Matt MrocNlghtl' Liberation Night I
Y'' Doubt*.Portion Nlghtl'
1, Spiritual Gift Receiving Nlghtl' ,.', ,. ,
Special' Miracles Night I
Proxy Night (when you com for another I 1' "

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10:30-2:30-7:30 !


After and Before Prayer Special Prayer for All the Emergency Sick in Each of These Services Before and After Prayer


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16 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1964Children's SCHOOLS i Operator Wanted To nil who're troubled. You can
MANY CIVIL SERVICE posi- have them solved now, It
tions available annually. See Chez DeVeaux Hair Dresser makes no difference what they
Book our ad on page two of this 6022 NW 7th AvenueGood aro, they can be solved by a
Week November 1.7 Issue or write for Informationto man from Detroit. Mich.
POD 174 Gratlgny Branch, chance to build Harold Moss < '
.
The Dixie Park Branch of Miami, Fla. 33168.ILousekeepers ,
the Miami Public Library will clientele Call 696-2056

Join libraries throughout the cooks, maids, Tel 751-9110 1801 NW 63rd Street
country In celebrating National mother's helpers couples. Excellent 031
Children's Book Week. The live In opening In New ..
official date Is November 1 to York find Connecticut. Trans-
7; however, Dixie will continueIts .00\" .; portation advanced. DOWN ONE MORTGAGE
I' tC: $100 .
celebration for the eentire ':- tI' Also local
month. Finest male and female open- 2 land 3-bedrooms 1 and ll/z baths
There will be a special dis- .' / : ings. Domestic hotel, restaurant -
books book talks ., ", LOW PAYMENTS EASY TERMSWe
of
play new 1..t' ,\'':- .;\ laundry workers, etc.
and,per's a puppet Penguins.play The- Mr.programwill Pop- ,* ,:: 'Ot: ;i Burlang Associates specialize in low cost quality homes in every

-be presented to class s: j.: ". .. .,.. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY section of the city
.' ..}." \" It. "
My appointment and N ,. '..,
groups Thursday afternoon for the .'' ., j' ..,i" .1.t'[; ".;; 502 NW 54th Street OUR SELECTIONS CAN'T BE BEAT

public at 400: p. m. '. .:;':.,',/...:....'{,... 1./: :;1; ,""'. ;,i.of. Phone 757-7674
Adult patrons are Invited to ,\ ""; ; ..' !1-/i1"f. ..It'J "-., (
< ., r; l'\. '" KING REALTY Inc.
attend an open house on "'t" :- ; ':
4'11
J
Thursday evening, November ", i.. Dade Camera CenterAcross
5, to 8 pin. At this time the _I'"_,,:' .."...j.............f..,!o.'..Ii. '...,., ."....".-... ( street from Jackson
Branch Librarian, Miss H. M. High School) Of Miami, Broker
Dorsett, will Introduce new and The proud parents Mr. and
popular books and lead a dis- Mrs. George H. Merchant o f 1724 NW 36th Street 8002 NW 7lh Avenue 751-9708
cussion on "Your library and 1265 NW 71st Terr. announcethe
Phone 633-1744
you." : engagement of their
All programs are free and daughter Georgia Mae to Mr. Newly,Opened
open to the public. For further Ernest Preston, son of Mr. and "Where the price is right"
Information please call FR 7- Mrs. Ernest Preston, ST., 6f
The most complete film
TownLOW
5029. OpaLocka.Both Best Buys In
The library i s located a t are graduates of North- and camera store in
350 N. W. 13 Street. western Senior High School. A Allapattah DOWN PAYMENT HOMES

.. December Wedding Is planned. -.-
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THERESA FLORIST"Since 255 NW 50th Street

4-bedroom, 2 bath CBS beauty, Florida room, appliances -

1049" fenced. $15,500 total, $500 down.
PASS BY THESE THEN CALL US
NOW MILES AWAY FROM HIGH
o
PRICES PASS BY THEN CALL US

t' Specializing in artistic arrangements 1712 NW 81st StreetCBS

,: for all occasions beauty, 3-bedroom, IV bath, partly furnished.Use .

LOWEST PRICES COMPARE OUR VALUE as home and income. One bedroom has separate

a A g 5260 NW 32nd Avenue Phone 6341087BARON'S entrance. Large lot. $11,000 total, $350 down.

-06800 -
NW 6th Court

Nice CBS 2-bedroom, jalousied porch, dining room,
NEW HOMES
I garage. $8,500 total, $300 down, $69 month.
Save Money --

3 large bedrooms, 2 bath, garage, Fla. room ;. 675 NW 61th Street

Part of the duties of Fort 651 NW 47th Street Corner CBS beauty. 2-bedroom, garage, appliances{ ,
Campbell's Military Police Is 1921 NW 50th Street washer. $11,200 total, $350 down.
the training in traffic safetyof .
Junior M. P.'B, that's the 1835 NW 41st Street New list VA resales, 2, 3, 4 bedrooms $100 down'
)Job of Pfc. Youther Eaford of Open 3 to 5 p.m.
the 101ft Military Police Co. We build, buy land or homes Many other good buysIt
son of Mrs. Ola Mae Eaford, pays to deal with
For Sale 6 lot
of 532% NW 17th St. P/c. large
SHELL REALTY Broker
Eaford Is stationed In For t Need money? See Baron, Call JE 8-1340 ,
Campbell, Ky. 4260 NW 7th Ave. 758-5551

500OOOOOOOOOOOOCNonSurgical

Office Treatment

RUPTURE PILES JET TV CLINICHOME
EDISON SpecialsOpen
Rectal Diseases/, Varicose Veins,
Prostate No lost time -
Discard Truss Upon Correction SERVICE CALLS $1.00
Rupture low cost. Sunday 3-6 p.m.

DR. LONG'S CLINIC Day or NightWe
101 NW 47ith Street
1545: SW 1st St. FR 32148CCCCCCCCCCCCCCI Service All Make* of
Spotlessly clean, ,cBs on 'corner. Fla. room, also
: HI-FI' and STEREOSw. jalousied front poreh, carport. $300 down, FHA

Also Rent $75.49 month. No closing costs.
REV. LAURA '!I

Spiritualist, Reader and TV' by the week or month 171 NW 47th Terrace

Advisor Imagine! $59.33 month. For. (this very clean CBS.

Healings and blessings toGod's 907 .2nd AVENUE Home, tile roof, garage, kitchen equipped.: Only
Powers $9,500 total price. $250 down, FHA. No closing cost.
One visit will convince you
that Rev. Laura will help Phone FR 4-2044 550 NW 53rd Street,

you blessings.through her power of __ ____ ____T Lovely CBS home. Jalousied porch, garage, tile roof,
DONATIONS ONLY Clean.kitchen equipped. $350 down. FHA. No closing cost.


612 UN 71st 6-5882 Street Lincoln Fields Apartments ... .
'
Miami Beach 2045 N.W. 62nd Street SEE THE FOLLOWING THEN CALL. 'EDISON
,
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Take '
L bus "'"'
339 NW 39th Street

THIS IS THENUMBER Enjoy Living In Our Cool, C1_Apartments CBS. Dining room, large kitchen, wall Ito wall car
Offering Many Features peting. $10,500 total, $250 down' FHA. $75 month.No .
closing cost, safe for children. Dead endl) street.
6911262TO FREE GAS '- FREE CITY WATERTile
1760 NW 45th Street
Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Sto.
Newly Painted Venetian Blinds Extra large CBS home, 2 porches, 38 Ft. carport,
CALL kitchen equipped. Only $250 down. FHA. No clog
f Washing Machine Laundry Rooms ing cost. $10,500 total.
FOR YOUR Free Parking Auto hot water reater

CHOIRROBES Fere Garbage Disposal 1737 1739 NW 47th Terrace

Duplex. 'Only 5 years old CBS. Tile roof, both sides
CARETAKERS ON PREMISES kitchen equipped. Selling ifor FHA valuation,

-t:I ';" --- --- ,$14,500. Seler to pay closing cost. Only $450 down.

or writeUCKIE'S .. .
Weekly Rat.. EDISON REALTY Realtors
,
SHOP
TAILOR $14.50 1-bedkown $18.50 2-bedroom Apt.

6510 Miami NW ,18th Fla.Ave.' Renting Office 'op.n every day Phone OX 1-8M2 175 N.W. 62nd St. 751-2441

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