The Miami times
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028321/00188
 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 7, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00188

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Never 18-1 In Dade PrecinctsA

: survey Wednesday showed IMUCDOMIXANTIjY NEGRO '
that Dade County Negroes IMtKCINCTH
Be IndictedBy 'L.i: i went for Lyndon B. Johnson t-North Dade High
I more than 18 to 1 In Tuesday's Johnson 1,001: Goldwater 37

I presidential election. 05-Dorsey Jr. High
Johnson<: 1,200; Goldwater 120
Townfolk t The statewide pattern was GO_Llllle C. Evans
Just the same. The Negro sup.port Johnson:: 2.1-10; Goldwater< 101
the Democratic ticket
C 07 Marine Corp Center
William Bradford Hule, a was! nlmo unanimous, and It Johnson 700( ; Goldwater 225
free-lance Journalist who investigated is believed that when all the Maiine Center
73: Corps
the murder of three y d votes are counted the heavy -Johnson 1.520; Goldwater 73;
civil rights workers In Missis- Negro turnout will be the deciding 71-Liberty Square
sippi the past summer said In factor for the margin by Johnson 1,730Goldwnter: 56
New York this week, he knows which Florida went Democrat 75-Orchard Villa School
who the killers are, and expects ic. Johnson! 1,030; Gold\\fltcr G0 j{
to pay them $10,000 In Some of the rural areas in. Northwestern School
the next few months for Information North Florida counties were Johnson; 1.701; Goldwater CO I(
for :a book. u t. carried by Johnson with the 87-+AVomble Tag: Agency
,it'' 1 help of the Negro vote, while
Johnson 1,023 Goldwater 80)()
Hule, a Southerner by birth,
in others, Goldwater's victory ,
88 Manor Pnrk
wrote articles for the New
fell below expectation because
Johnson 807 Goldwater 71
York Herald Tribune on the of the increase in Negro registration ;
00-Miami Jackson School
disappearance of Michael
Schwerner and Andrew Good- I since May. Johnson 551; Goldwater OS

man, both white and a Negro, I The Negro vote in Duval 01-Knights Sign Shop
James Chancy. He Is not plan- I Countv (Jacksonville) almost Johnson 1,103: Goldwater 80
ning to name the killers, he urave Johnson the lead although Upholstery Shop
said. 111 of the 148 precincts went Johnson' 758; Goldwater 1470'n3

"That's the one thing we can't for Goldwater. The 2'0 predominantly -Bethuno School
do under our laws" he said. "I Negro precincts gave Johnson 1,335; Goldwater 107'
could tell who Johnson 21.025 votes and 11R-\v, Dunhar School
you they are, ,
Johnson 1,273 Goldwater 70
but not over the air, or on the. V'r Goldwater only 70. 110-Fire Station No. 5 I

printed page. Johnson led countywide in Johnson 1,775; Goldwater 113
"These men know that they
Dade with 120 Dixie ParkJohnson
a margin of 84,511
will never be indicted awl nev-
Ooldwatcr 113
with all but five precincts and 1,775:
er be tried, Hule said.. "They about 11.000 absentee ballots '121-Highland Park School
know that because they have counted. The 20 predominantly Johnson 1,011' ; Goldwnter 150
the right, to be Indicted, tried Nerro precinct contributed 201- Frank Martin School
and convicted" by a Neshoba about P3.000 votes to thin margin Johnson 1.597) ; Goldwater 27
County Jury. The totnl was 25408 for 210-Florida City
Huie said that these men Johnson.! 2.178 for C'rOldwater,1 Johnson 085; Goldwnter 221
know that that community
The turnout was about 75 percent
will never convict them because compared with 07 per cent 3 HELD IN "BIG
the blames
community turnout countywide. Harassment .,
the victims of the murders from the GOP "Efcirle NICK"SHOOTNG
more than it blames the mur-
Rvo" wwnitlon that caused
Officer! Willie "Biff Nick"Nicholson
derers, and thinks that "out- } long dojnvs led to many people I
siders came in and got what .. veteran Miami po-
!l 1 v AYeN *s \; / 14wr.ww. -' leaving without voting after a
llrpman.! rounded un three men
they deserved. -
I "Miss RUIU" and her attendants I Blossom Classic, December 5. loner wait in line who attacked( him Tuesday
Miss Geneva Knowles I'I Her attendants are Miss Sandra The Miami Beach prerlncts afternoon after a wild, 40 block
Trio Get 20 Years (seated), a senior Business education I Cooper (left), "Miss Junior gavr Johnson about a 21,000 chase.
For major at Florida A and I Attendant," an elementary education margin, and many other Dade He was listed in fair condition
AssaultCircuit M University was recently major and the daughter areas supported him two to In Jnckson Hospital after: taking -
Judge Pat Cannon elected "Miss FAMU" for the l! of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Cooper, on P., two shotgun' Wants from one
sentenced three Bible-carrying academic' year 100MJ5. Miss (12114 Orange Street, Tallahassee, Goldwater carried only 30 of the trio lI'I he 'chn fv1 themto
rapists to 20 years hard laborin Knowles, daughter of Rev. and : and Miss t Alonzetta Tinker precincts concentrated in Coral NW (fWh' St. and 25th Ave.
the state prison Thursday. Mrs G. H. Knowles, 179 S. W. i,"Miss Sophomore Attendant," Gables, the upper middle-clans Miami Homicide Detectives
Sentenced were Harry (Ge- Court Deerfleld, and her royal ;:a music major and the daughter suburbs of South Dade, in A. M. Fontnnn and A, .T, Mc-
ronImo) Hill 20 2511 NW 154th court will reign over the of Mr and Mrs. Alonzo Homestead and Miami Shores. Lnutfhlln said: Nicholson wan
St.: Albert M. Collie, 19, 15930 homecoming festivities, November Dade: Negroes began In Mayto attacked "apparently with-
NW 18th PI. and Tyrone Moss, 7; the Jacksonville Classic Tinker, 1740 Murphy Street, show that they are becoming out provocation" ns ho was
20, 15915 NW 22nd Ave November 28, and the Orangr Shreveport, La. \ politically of age, when questioning a womnn outside
thov gave Miami Mayor Robert her home ,near' 45th St. and
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-- Till High 18,513 votes to 13th AVe
1,0'8 for Jacksonville's Mayor The men identified as Col-
[ King Hot-don' Burns in the primary don Lee James, 22. of 1312 NW
The. breakdown for Tuesday 71 Rt St.:: Andrew Harris, 21, of
in the )predominantly Negro 2500 NW BOth St: and Oslo Green
'Vote Plot precincts Is as follows: 34, of 1771 NW J53rd St.

A plot urging Negroes to /4Z
'I.make him a ,write-in candidate j d ;.
I I for president was termed by n
I Dr Martin Luther King on N
Monday In Atlanta as a "cruel
I and vicious attempt to confuse
___-. I Negro voters."

i Dr King, who endorsed PresIdent -
Johnson, said he believed -
-S that workers", "from within

S he ranks of the Republican
W q 55St Party" were responsible for
the plot, and urged Negroesnot I
to write-In his name.
t. I
'r i t tA"
A Chicago advertising agency
rr '
x4 wv 14r r
? was handling the radio spot
announcements, and an Atlantic
HONOR STUDENTS In literature Carl Devlne seated right: Mrs. City printing firm ran off two iJ
flanked by faculty advisors Veronla' ,-WVhltelocke of FMC, billion handbills, King said. w '
are Pictured on the Fla. Evette Lajnka of Barry andMrs. J
Memorial College campus in St. Bette I Strickland of FMC. "I would trust that no responsible m61'
Augustine, following installation Standing, left to right: Sister officials of the Republican ---I ; 7
ceremonies establishing at Thomas Catherine, O. P., pro- Party would approve :
FMC Alpha Omega Chapter of fessor of English at Barry; Dr. such a gesture, but this cam- William R. Gomon, college board of trustees of Bethune-
architect, of Gomon and Associates Cookman, Lou i a H. Kottle,
Lambda Iota Tau, International William J. Barnhart, head of paign has attracted and encouraged W
for students of FMCs Dept. of English; Sister the worst racist ele- presents Dr. Richard realtor of Daytona Beach,
honor society
literature. An Induction team Robert Louise,--. O. P., chairmanof ments In this country to flood V. Moore, president of Bethune- whose wife the building 1* 4
from Barry College. Miami, of- Barry's English Dept. Dr. II. the party ranks." Cookman College, the keys to named in honor of; and Dr. Lee
FMC K. Nicholson. } MC English the new $300,000 Helen Kottlc Beach
ficiated. Seated left are Nichols of Daytona amemlkr
I and M.rs. Virginia King urged the 6V& million Classroom Building while Dr. .
Mrs. Annie Grace Foster professor
student (
board of
of the trustees
voters vote Charles C. Parlin, New York
student Jane Couni-t Gellens, English instructor: at Negro registered to
Barry f for the candidate of their choice. lawyer and member of t h e ''I look on.
han and FMC student Joseph Barry _____ I,


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PAGE a SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1904 Pun Phunby

Phil Ossofer

c n ur t rry .. ............ v-r..... 'V'I. ..M NS P'.

Krushchev's downfall may
M have been caused, in part, at
.4 least by his farm program
which failed. That's what he
gets for planting the seeds of
# fear and distrust Instead of
wheat and corn.
1 .
;J Communism makes no allow-
) ance for free enterprise, but 3,
a1 judging from the exodus from 1i
t\ '. East to West Germany, It certainly ,
encourages flee enter: 1 f'
prise.Remembering. i
1 ar ; r f k
1' 4 y' Krushchev'sshoe ';
\ pounding at the U
r % : the thought came to me that N"I
p \. the next session of the i'iPPATRICK
zation, there will be a certain

M ) r d _____ heel mIssing. |),j SHAW"I
_ I
Olympic must bel
brittle. Every time they fall, am a graduate of Northwestern' High School

\ ,' .'L ---...[.- they are.broken. and am now preparing for a business career at the

Miami Mayor Robert King ter)" and Arnold Strachan, 04right The estimating office of my Miami Business College. I am studying bookkeeping
High, ri awards diamond- : ( ), began working for the bosses' construction company
studded lapel pins to three 40- city In 1923. A total of 545 em- I is< on the second floor. This Is so that I may enter Civil Service or get a job in commerce
year veterans with the city's ployes, logging 8,150 service to guarantee that their esti-
Sanitation Department during were presented with mators won't bid too low. '
years, or industry. If you would' like to prepare for a
recognition ceremonies by the gifts, while a n additional 500
Civil Service Hoard In Bayfront received five-year pins from I see where a woman stabbed good paying job with pleasant working conditions,
Auditorium Friday (Oct. 30)). their department heads, In the her husband wiilh a letter
The three William Martin, 59, largest owards program In the opener. That's not the first I call or write for details .
(left); Waiter Bethel, 60, (cen- city's 68-year history. I time It was used to open the

male I
Miami Business
1"riday I was sad, and the College
next day I felt worse. That
was because It was a

Sadderday, I 111 So. Miami AvenuePhone

L.gal Notice I 377-0294

NAME :LAW Please send full information about your courses


that the undersigned, desiring NAME: < ......... ................................................................. .........
to engage In business under

the DEWS fictitious FISH and name POULTRY of PIN- .\I)I)It J.ss ......... .................................................................. .........

MARKET at 1701 NW Gth Ave.

In the City of Miami, Florida, CITY ......... ......................................... TELEPHONE ........................
intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, I tun Inteit'Htcd in ( ) Day ( ) Night Clapwee
Florida and with the office of P.B.
Secretary of State. L.
Harry Jackson Sands, owner -
Oct. 17, 2J, 31, Nov. 7 Trv MArHi-ri; / ne A Clamiifierl Ad 'ItCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCQcOCCQ

<>C<>C c ccccccccccccccccc.For

'--.. -- The Call
Apartment at Moderate Rates -
The Women's Cooperative We would also like to thank
celebrated its IGth anniversary the entire management of the
Sunday, Oct. 18, In the Parisian Double Deck Club for making
Room of the Double Deck everything so pleasant for us.

Lounge. Seated left\ to right are Mes- BONDED
A large crowd of more than dames Theoda Flowers, busi-
thsee hundsed attended the ness; Mildred Wright, financial
gala affair. :Everyone was high-I secretary; Willie Mae Valdez,
ly entertained b y JimmIe vice president; Bertha McKeever -
Reeves and his all stas floor chairman; standing: Mes- RENTAL
show, plus Frank Williams and dames Rose Tucker Sec.; Zella
his rocketeers.The Brown, program chairman; Mattie -
Harris, reporter; Sarah Pul-
members of the club, lom, treasurer; Janett Batten,
under the management of our sunshine treasurer; Elizabeth AGENCY INC.
new president, Mrs. Elizabeth
Johnson, would like to thank Johnson, Pres.; Lolito Spears, ,
everyone who patronized. Not shown Mrs. Lottie Bush
They were all wonderful. and Mrs. Louise Fisher.

I y The largest collection and rental

Dorothy Johnson Loyal 59ers ClubThe

Crowned "MissDecathlon" Loyal 59ers Federated agency in the South; operating in
Women's Culb met at the homeof
Mrs. Bertha Ayers, 1065 NW tL. Dade and Broward Counties'
48th Street, Oct. 25. ..
The Island Club took on a
Mrs lona Turner and Mrs.
new look Wednesday night, Oct. Flossie Roberts, delegates to HON. L. L. BROOKH
21 as the Decathlons movedin the state meeting held In Moore President

to"Miss present Decathlon"their second Ball.annual Haven, Fla., brought back very GUOKGfc] Y. 1IARTH, General Manager
fine reports.
And If you were not presentyou Since October Is the begining
missed the opening of the
fiscal officers
of our new year,
Fall Social Season. To all that were appointed: Mrs. Cora 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
were present It was certainly a Rucker, recording secretary and
memorable night. treasurer of the Xmas Savings Bonded also has employment service at main office
The reigning Queen, Miss Club Mrs. Bertha Ayers, parliamentarian -
Reid ; 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA
Pearlle Mae crowned < Mrs. Alice Jones,
.. Dorothy Johnson for "Miss
Decathlon" 19G1-C5 As Miss reporter; Mrs. Lowery Moon, fall time public relation Dept. to assist yon In solving yur problems
word of
treasurer. Whisper a
Daisy Gray was chosen first for our sick members: Pin. a fleet of earn Riving door to door service for tenants convenience
princess, and Miss Barbara Mrs. Florence Allen, past pre- (}n nights and Sundays for emergency service call PL 9-8733
Fraizer chosen 2nd
sident and Mrs. Mary Reed. A MAIN OFFICE
cess but was unable to attend delicious hot buffet was served
because received of Illness. Each young after the meeting. 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-8733
lady a bouquet of
roses. Vandalism done by a few la expensive to alt Pi..... help us stop this
Like other organizations rhe Dade Camera Center unnecessary evil C. A. Lockhart. Public Relations Director
Decathlons are now preparingfor

Thanksgiving Day-the donation I (Arrows street from Jackson 1183 N.W. 3rd Ave. ...?.....? PR 3-4410 17325 HeinMtwid Are.Perrlne .
for the needy.Friendship High School)
1675 N.W. 62nd Bt ............ OX 6-2487 ...??.?__..___ CB 53553
1724 NW 36th Street
Charity .1801 Grand Ave ......_.._ HI 5-1381 1019 nammondrtlle Rd.
Friendship Charity and Phone 633.1744 Pompano........ Tniril._.. WEU.
4240 N.W. 87th Avr.. ... .. NE 3-S40C
Newly Opened ? ? .
Social Club Is having their 11255 N.W. Und Ave.

First Annual Tea, November 8, "Where the price Is right" 2026 N.W. 75th Rl. ?.-.........? 696-3322 Opa-IO<'ka _.___._...._ aI1J 1-0111
Sunday at 4-0 p.m., at 'the
The most complete film
Coleman, 2010 N.W. 55th Terr. and camera store in 2060 N. W. 3rd Ct. FR 1-MMW
Mrs. Verdell Cox, president Allapattah I
Frankie Dunn, reporter OQc Ccccooccccccoccccoccooocc aacoccoco


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Church Calls For End 1 I
Iradell Bodle and ROM Lee.
Bryant are announcing their

Of Racial InjusticeTwo new Mademoiselle location. House of Beauty
5592 N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 7590152Formely
American Roman Cath- ledged "not only with comfortIng of Orchard Villa
olic prelates In Vatican City, words but In reality by Beauty Salon.
demanded Wednesday on behalf deeds, especially by Just laws.
of U. S. churchmen, that Speaking for more than 250
the Ecumenical Council unequivocally American prelates at the council CENTERVILLA
condemn "the des- Archbishop O'Boyle requested KINDERGARTENYou f
testable evil of racial injustice a new section "to deal
." formally with utmost clarityon may register now. Hot '

Archbishop Patrick O'Boyleof racial discrimination." lunches and pick-up service i P k1 b ti

Washington, D. C., led In the "The destestable evil of racial iI
discussion. He was seconded by For information call
Injustice Is not Just a sociological '
Bishop Andrew Grutka of Gary,
Indiana, who said, "the voiceof but a moral and religious 691-7796, 696-3802 or i4'k/
the council's opposition to problem," O'Boyle said. 634-5867 i kt
every form of segregation! and He asked the council to makeIt :: .

with discrimination the force of must the be trumpetsof heard clear that the principle of 5932 NW 17th Ave.
Jericho. racial equality has a theological : MRS. HUTU COI- f
foundation." ELAN1Indf L

The more than 2,200 prelates Lr
attending the council in St.
Peter's Basilica, accorded both :
Americans a rousing ovation. > \

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The council took up 'the "
fourth and last chapter of a a y
document on "The Church in
the Modern World"

The section debated was on : Ia :
the dignity of the human per-
son. Its reference to racial dis-
crimination Is limited to an appeal k.., '
for the acknowledgementof $ t t.i*
human rights" by all men t' try. K
and In all men without distinc-
tion of race, sex or social condition -

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It says also that the dignity
of all men should be acknow-



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The Bandbox Clippers) new- Asst Manager, Eugene
There have been more ly organized softball team is :Morrison, John Davis, Thomas
changes In the world during entering the city league Members Pinkston, James Howard, members -
this century than In all pre- of the team are from left not shown: Cyril Eve,
viously recorded history. :to right' : bottom Manager Ish- Thessalonia Walker, Danny i
Change has come In all the mael Sharpe, Robert Wlder'l; Evans,, Clarence Potter, Charles
areas of life; the latest, (and batboy, Quinton Potter.
so far the least,) coming in the nell Watson, batboy, :Marty
area of religion. This feeems Howard. John Mason, Leroy I Thteam \lg sponsored tty
strange to me, for I believe Berry Top Row: Sponsor John the Bandbox Barber Shop. Next
that God awakens us to social Williams, Harold Williams' Williams game Sat. Nov. 7, 8:30: p.m. at -TOO GOOD TO BE_JUST FOR THE YOUNG"
changes: first, for He knowsour William Dean, Lawrence I Edison; Park
needs and ,provides for ., .lY IT IT lTJT..JTJTJrffJT.JT.JTJrJr.Jr..lYJT.JTJI'JrJT.iY:1I'JY.: ,l'"Jr.JT.JT....-. ':'TjT.4.iIJI"jIjI.JTJrjT.. 7tfTIfRlPnrrr... ... ;iflT,_",' ,.... _4 ___..__...
them before we know our-
selves. Zeta Phi Beta

Perhaps He has given us the The regular meeting of the "WHY--I DIDN'T KNOW
much-needed lawts for this age, Beta Tau Zeta Chaptt'r of Zeta I
and we have not listened t o Phi Beta Sorority will be held I
Him. Isn't this what happened Saturday, November 7, 1901( at
when Jesus gave new com- the home of Mrs. Cecile Mc- COULD' FINANCE THAT
mandments to the people? He Cartne '. The address f Is (0590 ,
taught that we must turn the N. W. 21st Avenue. All Sororsare __ __
other cheek to love our askod to he present.
enemies instead of abid Mrs. Juanita Pinckney, "
decree previous laws which IJaslJeus.FF AT LINCOLN NATIONAL!
"An eye for an eye,
." w 1i ;;.'C
and a tooth for a tooth
(Matt. Ch. 5.) SKIN DISEASES

Fortunately, the churches are We hear this comment so often that we are
awakening to the call of this FREE CONSULTATIONA
radiant century, which demands new approach to treatment listing here a number of the things you can
a change from religious and medication based on II p buy with loan from Lincoln National. Browse
racial and nationalistic a
allied blood and laboratorytesta. "
Inequalities to unity and oneness horo for the things you need money for: '
for which God-loving
ple of all religions pray and '
work. I' PL 772HESTAULISIIEI Cars, new and used Paint your home

The Catholic Church's Ecu- Furniture and rugs Fix the roof
menical Council Is ardently
working to seek unity by removing ) IN 1048 Refrigerator or stove Add a room or porch {
dogmas, such as the ,
blaming of all Jews for the 1 Finest Quality Building 8 Washing machine Modernize tho kitchen I
crucifixion of Christ. The Episcopalian I
Church too, Is making TV set Pay off old bills
great strides to "read aright the PL 1-36041
signs of the times," stating. Boat Expand your businessIf
"This means not only that the i
church, like other institutions,
must change In order to preserve J axda you don't see what you need In this list, come in ;

itself., but that It Is cal- and talk to us about it. It's an Important part of ''i
led bv God to change In order
that It may serve." our business to lend money-and we WANT to do
business with YOU.
Surely, the unification of the
nation, (as visualized throughthe
United Nations); the grow- AND REMEMBER-a bank loan, with its low interest
recognition ot the onenessof YOUR LOT OR OURS ..: -
ing mankind throughout our rate, is almost always the cheapest way to borrow

fast-shrinking world; the Improved We plan, guide and advise moneylLINCOLN t
status of women, (who
during this century in many CUstom Built Horn.
parts of the world have been
"unveiled" and given their voting I Attractive Additions !

rights peace); the and need education for universal ; a Quality Alterations NATIONAL BANK :

surely God knew of these Good bank financing
needs before we did, and Is OF MIAMI
making us more conscious of I L
such modern principles. C17 (] First fully Integrated bank In the entire Southeast ,i

here In the Edison Financial Center :
When all the religions recognize )
these principles of universal mmJ( 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 759-4431 .;
living we will awakento i

the knowledge that we are Licensed Insured tonkin* haunt 9i30 0".2 pm A& .,Tt,...,Wed. Clot4 Tnvrt.ln .,d., to
fold and will
truly one
the Shepherd once more Just 888 NE 79lh Street b. .pin FrL 9i30 am.2 pm end 5 pm.t pmj alto Sat.9am*noe*.

as the lovers of Justice did 1

nearly 2,000 years ago. II U

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Deerfield Girl is 86 Captains to
lry.Y "Miss FAMU" Report Nov. 15

Knowles, a senior business When the 80 captains for the
education major from Deerfiel, Woman's Day activities bf
was recently elected "Miss Greater Bethel AME Church,
FAMU" for the academic year converge Upon the finance
1061-05 by the Students of Fla.. committee next Sunday night,
hbU"'el'I I A and M University, Miss! the chairman Mrs. Mary Coi-
K. 8IGISMUND REBVE8, Editor and Knowles daughter of the Re den will be ready With adding
GARTH a REEVES. Managing Editor and Mrs G. H. Knowles, 179 machine and wrapners to
- -Publisher A.-oetau... p k qHu S"hll'lt COUl.ti Deerfield: defeated count the more than $2OOO"'ex-
.. Member of the National Newpper of Tampa pected to be reported in the
SnBSClUPTION RATES and Erma Badger of Jacksonville rally. Spurred on by Mrs. Emma
MONTIIB IS.OO FOREIGN M.Batered ." In the Miss FAMUrace Collins, chairman and her
08B YEAR $5.00 will be
The new queen po-chalrmen Mesdomes Hazel
M Second Claim Matter, August 9, 1W7 at the Post OtnO' crowned In a colorful coronation Simmons and Alfronla Kenon.
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1871Downto"rn ceremony In Lee Hall the women of Bethel l have left
Auditorium on Nov. 5, 8 p.m no stone: unturned to make

Office 1112 N.W. 3rd Aveawe Phone' FR S-ZSM y, ............-..-...-..........--.--. this a banner observance,

Mai Office at 8740 N.W. 13th Arenne-Phone OX 1-O481 For Bettor picture, See "A Challenge to Christian
Wlomen" Is the theme for the
America cn befit lead ." Woman's Dav observance. Mrs.
The NEGRO PRESS when It accord t Fhop i FR 7-2294 Athalle! M. Range will he the
racial and national antagonism the morning worship. '
world from human and sneaker for -
color forties Wedding
creed or Dinners
regardless or race participantshave
man .. Program
wvery right Hating no man. fearing no man-(he afln en re a1.rt .. Passport Home Movies been invited from the
strive* to help every. man In the firm belief" that Soprano Lucia Hawkins w1l1 Baby Pictures A Specialty sister AME Churches as wellas
M long M anyone! Is held hack._ te featured soloist In a new council churches throughout -
409 N. W. 17th Street
the area. Plan now to attend -
New York
YEARS ,MOREThe spectacle opening at Hall -.-........-........-..-..--.-.......--- Woman's, Day at Greater
FOUR .. Radio City Music on Bethel. Rev. S. A. Cousin I Is! the
fight is over, the battle won. Victory sent President Thursday, Nov. 12. Miss Hawkins esteemed pastor.
Baines Johnson back to the White House will headline a program
Lyndon All members of Greater
for the next four years. m the world's largest stage CLYDE KILLENS'Island Bethel are urged to participateIn
majority of the nation spoke at the polls hat will also Include the Music the observance!=; If you have
The correct, it was a history- Jail's celebrated precision- not been contacted by a captain -
stronp. If we 'are
.42,038,243 carried 45 states lancing Rockettes the BalletCo. Club for Woman's Day brlntr
election. contribution to, church
making vour
artists and the
than wa guest
chalking up 460 electoral votes, 190 more Nov. 8 and give It to one of
Symphony Orchestra. the captains prM?nt. By all
needed for election. mandate to carr; 1000 NW 2nd Ave. mean, do not shirk 1)ecauseyou
Thus the country has given a untimely do not know your captain.
the heavy task he undertook following the : TWO NITES ONLY
President John F. Kennedy. Watch For Volunteers are needed by the
death of his predecessor,
couvenlor committee, Mrs.,
the nation creditably: Sat. and Sun., Nov. 7.8
President Johnson has served Wanda: Poole. chairman. for
during his one-year term, in the midst of many serious Grand Opening ? ? ;? Big Triple Attraction' llnn+? and organizing the
with bunk Volunteer
continue to look forward ouvenlr 1o3av. -
problems. The can Mrs!= Naomi:: Svmnnette Is
confidence< to such a leader. chairman of th* music com
Senator Barry Goldwater carried five states, receiving mittee: Mrs. Mildred Monroe Is
popular votes and 47 electoral votes. 4 DAYS ONLY chairman of the program r'|>inlttee -
25,449,960 South and Miss Eddie WINon
States going for Sen. Goldwater are: Is chairman of the decorationjommlttee.
Carolina, Mississippi Louisiana and Alabama. ATLASRECONDITIONED Your chairmen of'ommlttees

The Kennedys are' still in politics. Former Attorney cannot do the Job

General Robert Kennedy ran against veteran Senator done

Kenneth Keating of New York and defeated him.

Massachusetts will still have Senator Edward M. SINGER THE INCARNATIONThe '

who defeated Republican Howard Whitmore i
JCennedy, Episcopal Churchmen of
Jr. I ElEC. SEWING MACHINE w he Incarnation are maklnIJ'reat
There will be 67 Democratic senators in the new plans for their 8th Annual

government and 33 Republican senators.In Reconditioned by Atlas States; Tea under the leadership -

Florida, a state that had been going Republicanfor experts with Atlas parti.COMPLETE lrs. of Frazier their dynamic Bradlev.president You,
the first
many years, President Johnson was winner, 'an't: affort to miss this affairo
Democrat since 1948. obby Bland plan now to attend.

Among other victorious candidates are GovelectHaydon His Review and Band The time and place: The
Burns, Senator Spessard Holland, Congressmen hurch of Incarnation. 1835
Claude Pepper and Dante Fascell. Featuring JW 54th St., Sunday, Nov. 15

In Broward County, District 6, Rep. Rogers' ,*W3Mi was re- Al "TNT' BraggAnd at 4 p. m.

Amendments: No. 1, Reapportionment, lost; No. 12,, Island! Club Show Get your original Designs
Gas Tax lost; No. 11, Constitution, lost.Dade's CUSTOM MADE
$9.3 million dollar Hospital Bond receiveda
"yes" vote. This could mean an additional tax of $2.00a and Wedding

year. Perhaps the enlargement' 'at Jackson Memorial A Attire
-will be worth it. i 4 f,
a Made at .
There will also be a much needed new building at ? 1t
I Eneath Luceal'sSalon
Kendall. fI.1 sIn ,
The prognosticators and newspapers are not always WITH UCII (

correct, but in this election they saw President Lyndon NOMIOIMONTUTION y1 Fi 2983 NW 63rd St.
Johnson as the winner, and he won
We are pleased to have been in the Johnson-Hum. Can for an appointment

phrey camp i t 10 a.m. G p.m. 691-4250
Over the country, registration drives placed thousands WITH frs> Enid 1* Ferguson, owner

of Negro voters on the books, despite handicaps at

some polling stations, a history-making number exer. fri'F : ;Mn
clsed their franchise, which was ,a factor in the strengthof CONSOLECABINET JOBS

the Democratic victory. Male and Female

CONGRATULATIONSYe rinet domestic and commercial -
job in the Miami
Editor was among those reading with interest

the encomiums given John S. Knight, publisher of The trea. ALSO

Miami Herald, who celebrated his 70th birthday Oct. 26 S1H50 -xcellent- domestic-
The l\hamillerald is but one of the fine newspapers Elouise Hester open-and
ng now in New York
owned by Publisher Knight. Others are tht Akron Beacon IJ PULL Connecticut
Journal, Detroit Free Press, Charlotte Observer and CASH
rocs Transportation advanced
Coming; Nov. 13 14 15
News.Miami is blessed to have the Mimi Herald with its UlltAl ntADtlN' AUOWANCI Burlanfr Associates

spacious modern structure and a large number of employees Pig Meat' Markham EMPLOYMENT AGENCY

It adds much to the economy of the city. OHIO THUS NATURE 502 NW 54th Street

If Ye Editor's memory serves him right, upon his e I'"*4 foot control. 1 Phone 757-7674

first visit to Miami in 1911, The Herald was not muchbigger e olrool4 netor

than The Miami Times is now. Congratulations. a sewty. light
Mr. Knight. $295 DOWN $75 MONTH


Last Saturday in the early hours of the morning, fire large lot. Will pay out in 10 year. Has awnings
destroyed the Antioch Baptist Church near Ripley, Miss.,
hours after it had been used by Civil Rights workers.On Many other good bargain.

Sunday, in Rankin County, Miss., when the Rev. D. Goodman and Sonfe
Ji ,L. Parker of Wiggins arrived at the St. James Methodist SEWING CENTERS Inc.

' Church for services, the pastor was surprised to find "Insurance, Real Estate
't* H.'. mm i*.
the small frame building burned.So N.. ....... R.. NW 62nd Street
there go two more churches, destroyed by arson OX 1.0380
Mississippi.! I
ists. Poor I -

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News 4. n) IAWRKNCB B. COOPER was significant.The .

I i 7 "Thank" God for 'Operation Negro tremendous voters at the turnoutof polls

rsyWalter Big Vote, was the expressed was directly responsible for
opolnlon of many after the Lyndon I3. Johnson carrying
Boa = a Bowe election and candidates have Florida's 14 electoral votes.
massaged their vocal cords and
Awns others on the Demo-
v I T gone fishing. cratic ticket who benefited by

Negro Precinct U2 of W est "Operation! hlg Vote" made tin turnout was "Senator"
YOUNG Is In Ml I* supposed to be day
crucifixion Legend Hollywood had a record turnout the effect of the Negro inTuesdny's Claude: Pepper, who was re-
Sinai where he underwent tll: ned to toe House of
at the polls of l,2U2.Thel'e election significant.A Hepre-
and Eve
surgery on last Thursday for also has It that Adam sentatives.
others who
were many whopping 54,211 registered
Seems like ate the forbidden fruit on Fri-
an apprendectomy. a were turned at the 7 voters the books. I.ct it said. that other
big operation for a little fellow. day. It is thought by s o m e away p.m. are on not uc no -
and well Jeff. that fear of the number 13 may deadlinelost of the voters 'group' (II' groups were not In
Hurry get No: one, two or three
have arisen from the fact that were Democrats and the Democratic per- the field heating the bushes for
IF YOU'RK the "arty" type", 13 got together at the candidates as far as sons, organlation, cluUs or voters. There were But the
then consider yourself Invitedto last persons 1'1 cdnct !02: was concern de- groups can be pointed out for army of "Operation Big Vote"
the 12th exhibition of advertising supper. teated their opponents overwhelmingly honors. An army of volunteers, deserves most of the credit.
and editorial art "The Reward of Teaching poll workers, door-to-door
sponsored by the Greater Miami an article by Mary Ellen workers, telephone girls, all "Thanks God for 'Operation
Art Directors Club at the Chase in November Ladies The Star Light Lodge No. worked hard and when the big Big Vote' .

International Design Center, Hume Journal makes good 512 will meet Friday: at 8 p.m. push came nothing could stop As a gesture of appreciation
4141 North Miami Ave. The reading for those In the teach- All members please be presentat "Operation Big Vote!" to school kids who participated

center is open free to the pub- ing profession. Quite timely as the Masonic Hall on Pem- In where In the parades prior to elec-
American Edu- brooke Road. every }precinct this tion Teen will be
lic dally except Sunday frqm Sunday, begins army of dedicated men and a Party given
9:30: a.m. to 5 p.m. The exhibit caion Week. I Saturday at 2:30: p.m. at tho
women operated the effect
will be on display through The Fire Department of YMCA
Nov. 18. .. OUR CONGRATUAT10NS to Carver Ranches: now meets Friday -
the Charles Sands, whose : nights of each week at ,
AUXILIARY No. 2 of Greater sons are on the dean's list at the Fire House on 41th Ave.
Bethel AME Church Is sponsoring their respective colleges and 21st St. Your Color Has Beauty
Its annual Tea on Sunday Herbert at Talladoga and Robert I'
Nov. 8 from 4 to 6 p.m. In at Howard. The South Broward Post No.
the lower auditorium of the for 8195 VFW will have a special I Glamour Proves It!
church. This year a "Mr. Aux- OUR milTHDAVvihv ,meeting Sunday, Nov. 8 at 5p.m.
iliary Board" will be crowned.Mrs. she week are extended to Cup- at Bowe's Barber Shop,
.dine Dean, Ralph Mlzell, Vera
Jessie Giles Is president; I 4414 S17th St. on Pembroke
Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor. :Smith: and Ruth Polite on Nov. I Road.
8; Earl Wells, 0; James John-
WINNERS of prizes at t h It' son Jr. and Alecla Adderly, 10;
Knight Beat Halloween Masque- Janett Roberts, Richard Johnson Roy Wilkins to Speakin
rade Ball were '((1)) Bobby Kathleen; Cooper and Mary
Dawne of Boston: ((2)) Billy i'almoie 11; Lolita 13. Clark, 13; TallahasseeHoy
Jones and ((3)) Michelle Wynn and Dyrll V. Heaves 14. \\7ilklns Executive Director GlAMOUR StUDIOSNATURAL

from Montreal, Canada. NOW THAT our favorite of the NAACP, will address -

MUSIC LOVERS got a real presidential candidate has won the closing meeting o f
treat Thursday morning when .vlth on unprecedented landslides the organization's 25th Annual
the Today TV show did a two- gives us a nice feeling to Session, Florida Conference of
hour salute to Maestro Duke now we were influential In Branches, Sunday, Nov 15, COLORSPECIALISTS
Ellington. The Duke's entire carrying our state, doesn't it? 3:30: p.m. in Charles Winter .
band played the show. Wood Theatre a t Florida A N."Color
GREATER MIAMI chapter, and M I University, I I
The DAVID MARKS. Links, Inc, under the leadership Other participants: during the nt lllurk and White
(Mabel) have Issued a very of Bernice Kemp, are now four. day meeting will be Dr
unique birth announcement for NAACP Life Members J. W. havi director, Teacher I'rlees"'I

their daughter, Michele Yetta, Information and Security Legal -
born Oct. 24.HLANCIIE. Mrs LEIT1IA NEICKINH, Defence and I EducationalFund
R.N. and mother, Mrs. L u 1 a ; Mrs. Ruby S. E.
CJ IJO\\'A Y'R Henry recently returned froma Regional lIurleYi ilobertSaunders Employing the most advanced technique in the tradeGLAMOUR
Progress Report next week lour which took them to all Florida field secretary -
will feature educational programs the New England States. They ; Rutledgc] Pearson, presi- revolutionizes modern protograjphy with
11 sponsored by Phi Delta also visited the World's Fair. dent, Florida Conference of the moat dramatic character studies imaginable.
Itv. und11'1.; OSWALD
Kappa Sorority. Branches; LaFJols Ashford,
SANDS (Cornelia) are par nts National Youth and
Mrs. ATIIALIB RANGE of a baby Hoy.Tlu College Babies Wedding Club Parties Churches
Chapter secretary; ; and Mrs.
will be a registered delegate at
the United States Savings and DAUGHTERS; of Charity Mabel Stewart, president, Flo-
6215 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9.5431
rida Women in NAACP
Loan: League meeting at Miami No. 7 Order of Eastern Star
Beach next week. She will sponsored Eneath Luceals Salon Representative from Fair- *' JII' <'k anal) WliJte nt jour regner.t| '

represent Roosevelt Savingsof 2983 NW C3rd St.. Mrs. Enid child Stratos, the Martin Company ....,
course. Ferguson, owner, in a musicaland ;0.;_ ,t ::.
Honeywell, General Elec-
IP YOUvnnt a free hearingtest Fashion extravaganza Auditorium: at tric Corporation and Cape Ken-
Liberty Square ,
nedy will he, in attendance at
over your telephone during Sunday, Nov. 1 Fabulous, pictorial !
the opening day's afternoon
: this month Just call 379-0074. designs were shown. The <
It s sponsored by the Hearingand adult clothing: class of Miami session to discuss And plan for'
Speech Center and the Northwestern modeled self- u wider development o f employment \ C
for Florida's .
United Fund. minority
made garments and a special The Urban Renewal '
SINGER RAY CHARLES program. was rendered and enjoyed Administration will he repre- Is it proper 1

will keep his Miami date Nov. sented ut the Saturday after-
20. despite his arrest last weekin noon session by A. D. Galther.
Boston on a narcotics
charge. He'll do two shows at Book ReviewThe The conference opens) on Nov. tocailforGordon'
Dade County Auditorium at Richmond eights Wo- 12 at 0.00: a.m. and! closes Nov

7:15: and 8:30: p.m. Charles was man's Club presents Its annual Jr;. Philadelphia Primitive Baptist
arrested when he left the plane Book Review and Harvest Tea Church, RIO Dunn Street, Is by

after an engagement In Cana- o n Sunday, November 15, at I conference headquaters. s name
da. 1:00: p.m. at the Tots Town Rev. M. E. Cox, pastor. Trinity -

BLANCH DEAN, cheerfully Drives Kindergarten, Richmond, 11080 J Heights Bethune Junior Church, United Is chairman Presbyterian of the local in English Pubs ?
celebrated her Wed-
birthday I"rrh: )i School will review. steering committee. !tec. D.
nesday, Nov. 4 In Christian
All In1crested' persons are cor- B. Speed is presidentNAACP.h e
Hospital. where she is confined. dially Invited to attend. Tallahassee .

REV. W. F. SAVOY and the Twyman Bentley is '
Jfs not matter of It's
a being
congregation of Grace Presby- Annual Tea
teran Church are presentingtheir Merit Award Winner unnecessary. For when most Englishmenask

_. /Holmes annual banquet School at Club The wishes Sweetheart to of thank Rose the Civic Twyman BentleY 11, a sixth for gin,they expect to get Gordon's.
Elementary ,
the tea grader In Coconut Grove Ele- After all its distinctive and dell-
1175 NU 67th St. this eveningat friends who helped at mentary school, who has been dryness
that was given at the home of
8 o'clock. fleeter! by hN fellow students cate flavour have been a part
Mrs. Ro.-etta: Wells Oct. 25.
GET WELL wiflhes to Mer. project was In aid of a Christmas as captain of the safety: patrol: of English life for 195 years.

lene Boston and Elrkus Baffles party for children At has been chosen to receive a Americans, however, have
merit award from the
at Mt. Sinai, Dorrine Davis Youth Hall. Dairy been Gordon'sfor
Council of South Florida. enjoying
(Mary Davis' mother) 111 at
Mercy; Thelma Devon now at Mrs. Clara Love, Pres. Twyman. ROD of Mr. and! Mrs. a somewhat shorter

home. Twyman Bentley 3310 Florida. span of time. So it is I

Ave., is outstanding; In class wise(and
SINCERE Sympathy to An- ThanZsgiving proper)to spe-
leadership and the athletic
nabell Ward In the loss of her on GODON
field. He li cify Gordon's by name.
sister-in-law In Detroit; to Tea Nov. 15 extremely fair I
James Kelner (whose father when In charge of any activity, Your first sip of a
You and yours are Invited to school officials t
died In WeUrter, Fla.) and to say. Gordon's martini will
Thanksgiving -
a sponsored He Is a Boy Scout, a memberof LED
Hallle Robinson whose father by PBL No. 13 of the the track team, and I last tell you why It's the big- DI
died in Tallahassee. GUO of PB of America Inc. LONDON DRT
was chosen
.. year outstanding
gest selling hereas
gin over
NEXT Wednesday, NOT. 11 1* Sunday Nov. 15 at the pahbear- I athlete In fifth grade He had rW.FYNVIY.rwwrrrw GIN .
Veterans Day. St. Chrvsostom ers Temple 5525 NW 7th Ave. the highest score also on the well as in Englandand
advice "Him 4-8 p.m. The guest sneaker will physical fitness teat for fifth the rest of the world.
gives good be Rev. Aaron D. Hall, pastor graders. a
who'. is dead and gone, honor of Ebenezer Method l Church. The Dairy Council has a continuing -

with remembrance not with Edward Williams, president. program to honor achIevements -

tears" t'A) of meritorious PRODUCT DP If.LA.Mural0 tacos Dn DIM.too*HUTUl SNOTS
tra- children In Dade Co11nty. Nominations WTHIII rto 4IAI L M rtoor.utoors DRY em co..ira tmou, .i
FRIDAY TUB 13th is a Watch For The can I/a made to Mrs. 0;
ditionally ill-omened day. Ruth B. Kassewltz P. O. Box

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the walk which separate the THE MIAMI TIMES: MIAMI, FLA.
70% of Adults children of America."
The interracial Urban League, '

Not High School Grads founded social In 1910 work, agency Li a professional crea-- Black Muslims Soften

\ ted to assist Negroes and other I
A survey of 68 cities by the The Urban League officIol similarly disadvantaged pop-
National Urban League IndIcates also advocated pre-kindergar- ulations obtain equal opportunities Stand On Senaration
that 70 percent of adult ten training for disadvantaged ..
Negroes over 25 yeares of age children; expanded guidance in housing, employ-
j do not hold a high school diploma counseling; "a massive Infusionof ment, education, and health and Leaders of the flack Muslim -- one who focus on a hate-
I Federal aid Into both black welfare programs through fact- movement are hard at whites i policy, are critical of the
and white ghetto schools" :and finding, research, community work trying to erase the general co:'xls ,cnco? movement but are
Of -1,609,000 non-white adultsin an e f for t to break down education and organization.Ings impression ;' thot their mr' UK condemnation from
cities having League branches group hates whites and wants W!, ik Muslim leaders.
some 3,233,000 may Hi classified I to live in separate nation The
as dropouts and 112,000 Insider's!=: Newsletter reported
Include a return to Blr- Cocktail
others have no educational Consolers Singers To today. Sip
background whatsoever. mingham Baltimore, Ala., New York City, They are trying t o change: The United Civic Club will
Present ConcertThe Augusta and they the image of the movement by hold its annual Cocktail Sip
, :i The survey, based on U. S. Consolers of will make their first concert emphasizing) the selfimprovement Sunday Nov. 8, 1901& at the
Singers in Nassau
Census data, was disclosed in appearance Bahamas. of flack Muslim home
I' Miami aspects) !l of the }president Mrs.
an address by Whitney M. nationally gospel and the Marie
policy are denying Dorsett. Also
Advance tlckes the Crowning
duet their nre now on -
singing enjoying
Young Jr., the League's' nation ,
anti-white doctrines attri- of Airs "
long "United
sale all Civic. The
I'; al greatest year In 12 of at of the usual places.
executive director years
before the
buted to them.Acccwdlng contestants
For Information call: 759-C857. are Mrs. Bessie
singing to thousands from
annual conference of the Na- to The Newsletter, Ferrell) and Mrs Madle Smith.
New to the Pacific
tional Assn. o f Public School England spokesmen) for the movementnow Pkxise J plan to spend n lovely
Adult Education at 7 p.m. last '.twL. that d
Negroes with
say n n evening us.Notice.
night (Oct. 31)) in the Sheraton With two of the greatest gos- i.:.::.: :,;.I;;:..i iI whiles must "reason together"to
Palace Hotel here. pel singing hits to their credit .
1 : : = ;; end racial conflict In America -
: t'i \: tJ
they have traveled more than .
Young pointed out that the 00000 miles to sing to numerous ''!I Reportedly behind( the rea- Eureka: Chapter 9fl O.E.S. Invites -
high number
in of Negro dropouts crowds the songs that >t. son for the shift in )policy! is you to Its Anniversary
cities listed in the survey made the Consolers the nation's that the rank and file in the Tea at the home of Sis Lula
was not an indictment of any No. 1 gospel duet "Waiting ,. movement want more tangible Nelson, 1020 Ruthland St., Sun-
'l..du educational'at1onal system as many For My Child" and "Somewhere ..... I II goals than promises of a separate day Nov. 8 from -1-0' p.m.
system as many Around God's Throne." I black nation. Leila Henderson sec'y
are from
But he warned "it other is cities.indi- Nov. 13 the Consolers will : Militant black nationalists Louise Payne, worthy mat-
cation of the enormity an of the make an appearance In Miamiat I ;Ti: Malcolm: X of New York for ron

in problem those facing cities." adult educators School the auditorium.Northwestern Their High i special ): .: .4, -

guest will be the Mighty JOHNNY WARE
The Negro leader called fora Clouds of Joy from Los Ange- yJ re_ :
massive multi-billion dollar les, Cal., the sensational Angelic Invites all of his friends to come in and drive the all
war against illiteracy which he Singers of Philadelphia the new spectacular 1965 Rambler. He promises large
cited as an even greater male- Tyler Trio Charlotte, N. C. and
factor in producing unemployment Prof. O. W. Drown of Ft. Worth, Ravings on any new or used car.

than racism. A successful Texas. \
effort, he said, would reduce This will be the Consolers'12th "1 Special Sale!
unemployment, relief rolls, and singing annlvcrsory celebration. J..'
strike a major blow at chronic The Consolers have ,_ i.titJ
dependency."At many miles to travel before : i < '64 Ramblers
the end of the year. Their book- CONKOLKKH HIX( I'UR I I
night, we must light up ,
our schools, our churches, libraries LL.Iw..l.t..Ml ? PI of $; $ $ Save Hundreds $ $
settlement house, mus- p'u
eums, community centers and All model" all colon*
field houses in our parks, if 4 .
,. that's what it takes (to reach 4'b. Save $200 or more on all
the uneducated adult)," Young l
!said=: He suggested that "hun- t t
dreds of boarded up movie I -4t:4: used canl'
theatres; could b.c! convertedalso
into lecture halls and cul- rOMl'AKKt: t C\n'AIU: 'vl

tural centers in an effort to
bring adult education
into the urban community.programs :MIAMI'S: ODltHT HAMH1/HR' AGENCY}

.. However, noted, many existing '
: adult eeducatlon centers are VENETIAN RAMBLER
only partially used because
people often feel ashamed to

C admit. lie their suggested academic that inadequacies the- 545 N.E. 15th STREET

. Urban League try t o reach MIAMI MM> OF VENETIAN' ('..U'SH1M \\'.\\'
Negroes who feel this way in
a cooperative effort with educators )'enrN' nt .this BUY WITHCONFIDENT
PR 7C83J
I Locution : U

.. "D slc literacy programs," The Mighty Clouds of Joy LOWEST, PRICES FINEST SERVICE;
Young said "used
:to occupy a
large part o f adult education IN DP

programs high the meltingpot Home Study Course For .. ... ._
days (of immigration) -- --' --

and need to Me directed 1 anew to CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS --.. --
millions o f adults including
Negro citizens." 1'. O. BOX 174 Grntlgny' Branch
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up to 6 pounds

Civil Rights Commission Dr weekly Long 3MJMM1?

I 1545 S.W. 1st Si,

Member is EOD Speaker FR 32748Dugie's 1

Mrs. Eugenia Mitchell; Max
I Karl, awards committee chair- HouseThe
man, William Smith, Clarence Guest "MR. JACK"
I Patterson and Karl Bishopric, house of unusual rooms
president of Bishopric-Green-
; I r Fleldn- Inc. advertising. Open 24 hours NE 4-3851 STYLES FOR ALL AGES
I Dinner Tickets are now is BelievingSee The Very Latest in Men' Fashions
I available ,at the Greater Miami Seeing
I Urban League. FR 1-6476. us for clean room SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS '

: 19 "Yt Jamaica Dugie always a
f 't,i'z v-- 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida
z friend
jp In and Around The
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2941 NW 47th ,
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friend at
o-y r 't4* .. ..... CAL'S LOUNGE ANDRESTAURANT Maids in Miami average $35 per week

A profit of $1,680 was made

from the Santa Claus Bazaar Food at its best Nightingale graduates earn
given at the Garfunkel Audi-
torium Friday evening, Oct. 0. You have tried tho rest

The affair, which was open- Now try the best $60- $80 A Week
ed by Lady Grey, was the kick- Continuous service from 0 a.m.
Louis L. Mitchell, southern off in a campaign to raise $22-
field representative for the 400 to supply thousands of poor to 1 a.m. Nightingale ladies are specialists in the
U. S. Commission on Civil children in Nassau and the Out 6010 NW 22nd Ave.
will be the featured Islands with Christmas cheer.
Rights, NE 3-9316
speaker at the annual Equal The project is the brain child by care of the sick and convalescentNO
and operated
Opportunity Day dinner, Nov. of the Nassau Dally Tribune. Owned
21, at the Everglades Hotel James and Nealle MORE DRUDGERYbut
Former director of the Florida A coroner's Jury on Oct. 8,
Council on Human Relations, decided that A. Allan Millar, interesting and helpful work
Mitchell will highlight the real estate agent, committed
EOD dinner program, which i suicide. He was found dead in
also will Include presentation his home on Fort Flncastle on LIBCITYDrive
of awards to organizations and August 10. Millar Is said to Nightingale College
Individuals fostering equal op have been heavily in debt -
portunity. owing more than $30,800. It Is
Mitchell 34 Is of believed that he took an over- in Theatre
a graduate
Columbia Unlversary and the dose of a drug for a headache.Mt. 111 South Miami, Ave.

A legal officer In the U. S. Calvary Baptist Church,
Marine Corps, he also was a Rev. Dr. W. G. McPhee, pastor, Phone 377-0294
clergyman for the Episcopal I celebrated Its 20th anniversary
Church In Birmingham Ala Oct. 5-11. Various churches NOW SHOWING .
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conducted services nightly during -
Adltlonal In
group relations experiences Include being the week.Elizabeth 1ST DRIVE IN
Please send full information about
special project director for the i your courses:

Southern Regional Council, Oliver, 43, drowned SHOWING
chairman of the County Committee 'the when
of Oct. 0
on Alcomollsm in Ala she on fell from night a barge that was NAME ....r.............................. ...................................... .........
bama, vice president of t h e tied up at Malcolm Park, East

Birmingham Human Relations Day Street. explosive! ..1I)I)Itl:8R ........../y..I//I...1111...................11...1......................./I..111
Council and group therapy director
for Alabama State pri!

sons. The October criminal sessionof t CITY .................................... ......... TELEPHONE ............................
the Supreme Court openedon
Focusing attention on efforts the 7th with more than 50
to Insure fair and equal treat cases on the docket. The
ment of all citizens, EOD an charges run from house-break- t'r I I am Interested In ( ) Day ( ) Night ClaswesIP

nually coincides with the anniversary ncr and stealing, bigamy, rape, N
of President Lincoln's' killing during dangerous driv- '
Gettysburg Address. It Is proclaimed ing right up to murder.
nationally by President
Johnson and Miami Mayor
Robert King High The Out Island Departmentwas
Informed by Commissioner IIII
Sponsor of Equal Opportunity M. I. Hepburn that Hansel
Day is the Greatest Miami Rolle, 2yearoldson of I
Urban League, an agency of the Eunlse Romer, was killed Instantly IIII
United Fund administered b y In a traffic accident on
Interracial board of men and Oct. 2 at George Town, Exuma. IIII
women from all walks of life. The car was driven by Aaron
T, Willard Fair is executive. ,. ,
Rolle of Rolle Town. Police are II $, 'r
Chairman to the EOD dinner Investigating. IIII
is Mrs. Louis Glasser. Members
of the EOD committee ar Dr, i uMSA 1KTUAT: IIII
Mrs. Hester
I. P. Davis, co-chairman of the Farrington
at Arthur's Town Cat Island
overall committee, Mrs. Eddie
Oct. 15. She is survived II
by .. ..
Daniels, tickets chairman; Mrs. A MM L YOUMCSTEW
children and
eight numberof
Galloway, entertain
ment chairman; Mrs. Allen Rut- grand. and greatgrandchildren. Also at 9:15 I Her eldest Mrs.
daughter, IIII
chlk Mrs. Maude K. Reid seat-
Esther lives Mi-
Campbell, in
Ing arrangement, chairman; ami. Start 7:05 & 11:25 IIII SHIRLEY SANDERS

I am permanently employed as a Grocery
The 168 skilled and semi-
"Are Teachers skilled Ministry o f Telecom- &v.lmca./SSNrV' II Checker-Cashier because of the excellent training I

munications workers who wenton l1 _KMLM. IIII received. If you want a better paying job and a secure -

?" strike for more than a week, \1...;' JXK I II11LErlJ future, why don't you call or write for details.
Underpaid returned to work on Oct. 17. : : t. II DfI, II
Sabotage: to 21 cables put 1,000 \ IIII
Open Mike with Wendrik J. telephones out ,of ''order dur- I Business Training School
Berns will discuss "Are Teachers ing the strike. The head of the IIII
Underpaid?" Sunday from deppartment said it will take ..

7 be to Pat 0 Tornlllo pm. Special, Don guests Pierce will and about damages.two months to repair the I II IIII 14 South East 1st Street

Lew Leon. As usual the pro- DOrotldtp0111MEraaassdaloM. Miami i Florida
gram will come live from the

Hampton House. The Rev. Joseph B. Jones, _- ON.wan IIII Phone 371-7800
75-year-old minister of Fair-
field Baptist Church, Crooked !
REG. ADM. Please send
Alteration<< Repair, Pants Cuffed Island, has been missing since information. at once to:
etc. Done right and the he went fishing on a boat more I,!

prices are and right Cleaners at Fair Deal than a week ago. He is pre- Name ................................:............." .................;.............
Laundry 700 NW sumed drowned. himself was foreman gardenerat
2nd Ave. Keep your clothes .

ready to wear. Bring them to the Lucaya Nursery. Address .....................>............;..........................
Fair Deal where you will geta Bronwell Burrows, 32yearold -
landscape gardener, said
fair d aL
that he inherited $25,000 from Beach Holman Avenue Miller, Nassau 48, 0 f Palm was 1 City........................................... Phone ." '.............

the estate of an American who charged with the murder of his
NOW! I.! the Time to Sell died last month. A native of wife, Claretta Miller, 45, Oct. ( ) Day Class ( ) Night Class
12. The woman's body was II
Deadman's Island
That Home.. Use a Time found at 7:40: p.m. Miller was EOOOOOOOOOOOOOYour
Burrows reportedly: said h e charged, and remanded Into
$. met the American lady at Freeport I custody for a preliminary
-CU.stfied'AdI- Grand Bahama, where he hearing December 7th. 'Times' by mail Only $5.00 a year


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DADE I J. W. Johnson Elem. B. T. W. NEWS
obsrvance of American Pine Villa Elementary
Homecoming Nov. 7 will Education Week Northwestern School Joins other Dade County
The activity planned in con- School NewsThe find the migh'ty Tornadoes will conduct Open House Nov. Schools in observing American

Junction with American Edu- blowing down Mays High Rams 10., An evening program, plan- Education Week
cation Week will lie centered J. W. Johnson Elem. of Goulds In the Miami Stadi- o'clock will highlightthrny's The activities begin with a
around the theme, "Education School began Book Week witha um. Students are asked to purchase activities musical festival and educational
, Pays Dividends. bang by presenting a lovely all tickets In advance. John D. Orr, chairman of the exhibit on Sunday, Nov.. 8 at
program in (the cafetorium on The special homecoming parade boardiDf, directors of the Roosevelt 3 p.m. at the Dinner Key Auditorium -
Sunday Worship in com- Monday. will be held during the "'savings and Loan Associa- All the county schools
munity churches; AEW speakers day, 4 p.m. beginning at 6th tion, will be the speaker. Also are participating in the program .-
from Speakers' Council and Our Librarian Miss C. W. Ave. and 14th St., Nov.. T ,featuring appearing on the program will which will be narrated by
FTA;. Smith was coordinator. Veronica Northwestern's 'march- be James Cherry of the even- Dr. Joe Hall. superintendent.On .
Roberts served as mistressof ing band, the BTW marching ing' division of Miami North Monday, Pine Villa's sixth I
Monday Keynote address, ceremonies. band and decorated cars''. rep- western. The school's band and graders begin the day with a '
Charles D. Wyche, PA sytem, resenting school organizations.Prizes I chorus will be featured. discussion developing the
030 am.; presentation of AEW All of the grade groups par- will be given for the them "Education Pays Divi
bulletin board displays In build ticipated. First and second I best decorated car; and, the Other activities of the week dends.\' During the week, the
ing; speaker, Lindsey Hopkins grades presented "Mother GooseIthymes" homeroom with the best deco- Include Parent-Teacher Con- other Intermediate.' Grades will
Manpower Program, PA system Misses Wilhelmenla rated door and classroom will ference Day, Nov. 11 from 11 follow the same trend of
2:15: p.m.Tuesday Johnson and S. Franklin teachers. receive a prize.A a.m. to 0 general assembly thought.
The second grade "T h e Friday
] .
at 8:30
: a n,
Omega Phi Phi' Alphabet Mrs. V. O'Berry- beautiful float with Miss when foreign students attending On Tuesday at 9:30: a.m., the
Fraternity Achievement Week Third grade a skit, "Skippingto Homecoming, Patricia Thomas the sixth groflcs will present a skit
University of Miami
Assembly, auditorium 8:30: ajpi.; the Library," Mrs. E. Dean, and attendants, Catherine Dullard will participate Inthe celebration In the cafe tor lum. entitled "The
display of prize-winning theme teacher-Forth and Fifth grades, and Matilda Bailey and of American Education- Payoff" This play, alone with,,
"My Goal in Life", library Dewey Decimal Classification, the Color Day King and Queen. Week. n filmstrip, "Your Child's Intelligence" -
Mrs. C. Arnold and J. Reddick, The school patio was decoratedby will be shown to parents -
Wednesday, Nov. 11 PTA and sixth grade "Unusual Book the Athletic Asoclatlon dur- During the week, members during PTA meeting at 7
Conference; citizenship/ survey Report," Mrs. E. N. Sarke. ing the week. of the community will address p.m. at the school.

among parents. students over the public ad- No children will be in schoolon
I Orchards to Miss Wllhclme- The Junior Stenogs sponsored dress and local citizens Wednesday which has been
Thursday Judging of bul- system
nla Johnson and her committee by Miss E. E. Waller
letin boards; Back to School will substitute for teachers so set aside for Parent-Teacher
for their thorough planning of a Uox of apples to the
that first hand
Night sponsored by PTA. ; they may gain Conference Day. All parents are
the for American Education football team, trainers and
program experience of a classroom situ- urged: to come out and discuss
Friday PTA assembly at Week, November 8-14. coaches for their outstandingplay ation. their children's program, examine -
8:30: a.m.; report from Citizen- against Carver High. work done by the child-
ship survey, PA system 9:30: parents We are to expecting visit the quite school a dlog few\ The Tornadoes ties 13-13 Although the public Is Invit- ren and Iron out any problems
ed to visit the school at
a.m. any that they might have.
!the week and exceptionally with Carver.
I an time, a special invitation is extended -
Saturday AEW halftime large group to be on hand, The Invincible Thespians, for Tuesday all day and Culminating our week of activities -
show during North Dade BTW I Thursday, Color Day. On this Troupe 2112, did it again with at 8 p.m.; Wednesday from 11 will be a Parent-Stu-
game, J. C. Stadium 8 p.m. I day a number of the parents their program Oct. 29. The play a.m. to 0 p.m.; and Friday; at dent-Teacher luncheon Friday
"No Resistance" featured RegI- 8:30: a.m. In the cafetorlum. Each parentIs
nald Burton, Cllffln Dyes and invited to come and have
Sheila Storr. Arline Knight was lunch with his child at the reg-
featured in a monologue "Cor- by ular lunch period.LIBERTY .
ed In the mixed chorus
delia" and Clqde Hjugh and song
AUTO INSURANCECheck Clyde Bryant were soloists. Nov. 2. The group, directed by I
Mrs. Mable Glover, sang at the CITY SCHOOL
: our new, lower rates and financing Parents are reminded of the President Madison Hotel on MiL
easy Parent Conference Day Nov. 11. ami Beach. A donation fras Monday, Nev. 0 Talmadge
IMMEDIATE .SR122 FILING No pupils will be in school, but presented for the school Enrichment I Fair of the Urban League will

Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift parents are urged to visit the Fund which Is usedto set the stage for the week with \
school to find out how their provide cultural enrichment his keynote address on educa-
children are progressing. and incentives to youngsters.Over tion in the United States as It
D. Goodman and Son, Inc. 100 eighth graders will Is related to boys und girls in
Recreational and educationalfilms view the University of Miami the Dade County schools
"Insurance Real Estate Mortgage"
are shown In the school football game Nov. 7 These
Business member All People Democratic Club auditorium on Thursday from were cited for their Good Man- Tuesday The Iron laUev.
7:30: p.m. Students are urged 'to ners and Right Conduct In TV Theodore R. ( \ This ..1.
2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380 view these films. Gasses is arogram for primary ,
Pour Freedom CitizenshipClub Charm School each SaturdayIs Parent-Teacher
members were entertain- conducted by girls from L Wednesday -
Conference Day
Barry College Bethshetw J I
Dean, reporter. Thursday Speaker Is Pat-
will have dinner with their rick Range Hack to School 4
children Night. PJrent-Pupil; luncheon

Best Method to Sell I IA at 10 a.m.Friday
A special menu will be prepared
One of the officers
._. for the occasion. -
A from the Safety Education Department -
classified ad!
E. O. Primus, Principal_ will be present.

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course. This will prepare me for numerous high i packagingorganization's personalized wltb

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377-0294 pecans surrounded by luscious soft I 3670 N.W. 79th street, Miami 47, Ra. 33447

caramel, covered with rich milk I Please- D Sendcompletelnformation t
about courae. chocolate. Sells for $1.00 with 40c I about S. 0. S. r I
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PAGE 8 SATURDAY' NOVEMBER 7, 1964 REDUCELose I Jay Gutierrez

up to 6 pound

I Civil Rights Commission Dr weekly Long is t t

1545 S.W. lat Si

Member is EOD SpeakerLouis FR 32748Dugie's -

Mrs. Eugenia Mitchell; Max
Karl, awards committee chair-
man, William Smith, Clarence Guest HouseThe "MR. JACK"
Patterson and Karl Bishopric,
president of Blshoprlc-Green- house of unusual rooms FOR

1. 4 Fleldn: Inc. advertising. Open 24 hours NE 4.3851 STYLES FOR ALL AGES

s Dinner Tickets are now is BelievingSee The Very Latest in Men's Fashions
ulS available .at the Greater Miami Seeing
Y 4 4t.i Urban League. FR 1-6476. us for clean room SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS


'P. p1 ..,. ..... Jamaica Dugie friend always a 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida
H4> 4r
t In and Around The ,
" 'L
2941 NW 47th St.,

Meet your friend at
-- CAL'S LOUNGE ANDRESTAURANT Maids in Miami average $35 per week

A profit of $1,680 was made
from the Santa Claus Bazaar Food at its best Nightingale graduates earn
given at the Garfunkel Audi-
torium Friday evening, Oct. 9. You have tried the rest

The affair, which was open- Now try the best $60-$8O A Week
ed by Lady Grey, was the kick- Continuous service from 6 a.m.
L. Mitchell, southern off In a campaign to raise $22-
field representative for the 400 to supply thousands of poor to 1 a.m. Nightingale ladies specialists in the
U. S. Commission on Civil children in Nassau and the Out 6010 NW 22nd Ave. are
Rights, will be the featured Islands with Christmas cheer. NE 3.9316
speaker at the annual Equal The project Is the brain childof care of the sick and convalescentNO
Opportunity Day dinner, Nov. the Nassau Daily Tribune. Owned and operated by
21, at the Everglades Hotel. James and Nealle MORE DRUDGERYbut
Former director of the Flori- A coroner's Jury on Oct. 8,
da Council on Human Relations, decided that A. Allan Millar, interesting and helpful work
Mitchell will highlight the real estate agent, committed I
EOD dinner program, which suicide. He was found dead in
also will include presentationof his home on Fort Fincastle on LIBCITYDrive
awards to organizations and August ID. Millar is said to Nightingale College
individuals fostering equal opportunity have been heavily In debt -
owing more than $30,800. It is
Mitchell 34 is of believed that he took an over- in Theatre
a graduate
Virginia Columbia Theological Universary Seminary.and the dose of a drug for a headache.Mt. COMPLETELYINTEGRATED 111 South Miami, Ave.

A legal officer in the U. S. Calvary Baptist Church,
Marine Corps, he also was a Rev. Dr. W. G. McPhee. pastor, Phone 377-0294
clergyman for the Episcopal celebrated its 20th anniversary
Church in Birmingham Ala. Oct. 5-11. Various churches NOW SHOWING
conducted r.r r 1r i a r r r -
Aditional experiences in services nightly during -
group relations include being the week.Elizabeth 1ST DRIVE IN
special project director for the Please send full information about your courses

Southern Regional Council, Oliver, 43, drowned SHOWING
chairman of the County Com- on the night of Oct. 6 when
mittee on Alcomolism in Ala- she fell from a barge that was NAME ...........*...........,............ ,...........................-........ .........
bama, vice president of the tied up at Malcolm Park, East

Council Birmingham and group Human therapy Relations director Bay Street. explosive! A DIWK88 ...........?....................................................*..............
for Alabama State pri-

sons. The October criminal session CITY ...,................................ ......... TELEPHONE ............................
of the Supreme Court- onened tftiaflBUv lU A
Focusing attention on effortsto on the 7th with more than 50 '
insure fair and equal treat- cases on the docket. The
ment of all citizens, EOD annually -, charges run from house-break- I I am Interested in ( ) Day ( ) Night Chases'
coincides with the anniversary 'ntr and stealing, bigamy, rape, N
of President kllllnEf during dangerous driv-
Gettysburg Address. It is proclaimed ing right up to murder.
nationally by Presi- r
dent Johnson and Miami Ma- POOOQOoooooooooooaaooooo

yor Robert King HJgh. The Out Island Departmentwas .. .. -_. -
Informed by Commissioner a't..' .;>t'
Sponsor of Equal Opportunity M. I. Hepburn that Hansel ,'." I './.\.... 'f.'
Day Is the Greatest Miami Rolle, 2%-y earoldson of I048G It I .r. .1.
UrUm League, an of the r' i '' '
agency Eunise Romer, was killed Instantly .
United Fund administered 11 .
y In a traffic accident on :
Interracial board of men and Oct. 2 at George Town, Exuma. .' t
women from all walks ..
of life. The car was driven by Aaron .
T. Willard Fair is executive. : .j
Rolle of Rolle Town. Police are 1 .
Chairman to the EOD dinnerIs Investigating. ..
Mrs. Loiiis Glasser. Membersof .. ,' '. "1j,
the EOD committee ar Dr, Mrs. Hester I anuu$ -. "-J' 5: .... ."
I, P. Davis, co-chairman of the Farrington died u '
overall committee, Mrs. Eddie at Arthur's Town, Cat Island, FAILSAFE 1;" .1.. #1 J1 '

Daniels, tickets chairman; Mrs., Oct. 15. She Is survived by A MAX I.YOUNK1EIN SIONCY lUUtt i r. f)1. : ''irt''
eight children and ,
a numberof \ .,,
Blanche Calloway, entertain- :" : ,' '
and .;: : ) : ;, ,
grand greatgrandchildren. I \' .
ment chairman; Mrs. Allen Rut- Her Also at 9:15 i.:' ,'. .d...at.,
eldest '
daughter, Mrs. .. .. j' '
chlk; Mrs. Maude K. Reid seat- \ ..... ..s.
Esther lives in MI-
Ing arrangement, chairman; ami. Starts 7:05 & 11:25 SHIRLEY SANDERSI

am permanently employed Grocery
as a
The 168 skilled and semiskilled -
"Are 'TeachersUnderpaid Ministry o f Telecom- si&V.rU1\fQi.\fSs: W jj Checker-Cashier because of the excellent training I
munications workers who wenton 11 __.(INIwLEy.MoN II received. If you want a better paying job and a secure -
?" strike for more than a week, t ROTO"GOOD ll future, why don't you call or write for details.
returned to work on Oct. 17. II DfI,
I' Sabotage to 21 cables 1,000telephones' :) I
Open Mike with endrik J. 'I out of 'order dur- I Business Training School
Berns will discuss "Are Teachers -
ing the strike. The head of the .'.
Underpaid?" Sunday from deppartment said it will take I
7 to 0 p.m. Special guests will about two months to repair the 14 South East 1st StreetMiami
be Pat Torn 1110, Don Pierce and
Lew Leon. As usual the pro- damages. q.. rC01og I Florida
will ,
gram come live from the
Hampton House. The Rev. Joseph B. Jones, I .IIDII Phone 371-7800
75-year-old minister of Fair-
field Baptist Church, Crooked
Alteration, Repair Pants Cuffed Island, has been missing since I REG. ADM. Please send full information at once tot
etc. Done right and the he went fishing on a boat more "

Laundry prices are and right Clnners at Fair, TOO Deal NW than a drowned.week ago. He Is presumed himself was foreman gardenerat Name .................................;...............,................;-.............

2nd Ave. Keep>> your clothes

ready to wear. Bring them to the Lucaya Nursery. Address ....................;............;..........................
Pair Deal where you will geta Bronwell Burrows, 32yearold r
fair deaL landscape gardener, said
that he inherited $25,000 from Beach Holman Avenue Miller, Nassau 48, 0 f, Palm was City........................................... Phone '" .............

the estate of an American who charged with the murder of his
NOW! Is the Time to Sell died last month. A native of wife, Claretta Miller 45, Oct. ( ) Day Class ( ) Night ClassacxsooooooQQoooooooooooooooooeaooct

Deadman's Cay, Long Island, 12. The woman's body was
That Home.. Use a Times' Burrows reportedly! said h, e found at 7:40: p.m. Miller was i
charged, and remanded Into
met the American lady at Free-
y custody for a preliminary
.Classified?Ad port, Grand Bahama, where he hearing December 7th. Your Times' by mail Only $5.00 a year



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NORTH DADE J. W. Johnson Elem. B. T. W. NEWS
In obsrvance of American Pine- Villa Elementary
Homecoming Nov. 7 will Education Week Northwesternwill School joins other Dade County
The activity planned In conJunction School NewsThe find the mighty Tornadoes conduct Open House Nov. Schools in observing American

with American Edu- blowing down Mays High Ramsof I 10.. An evening program, plan- Education Week.
cation Week will }tte( centered J. W. Johnson Elem. Goulds in the Miami Stadi- ncl- 'Cor 8 o'clock will highlight The activities begin with a
around the theme- "Education School began Book Week witha um. Students are asked to purchase the1 day's activities. musical festival and educational
Pays Dividends. bang by presenting a lovely all tickets in ,advance.,, John D. Orr chairman of the exhibit on Sunday, Nov 8 at
program In (the cafetorium on The special homecoming' parade board,pf directors of the Roosevelt 3 p.m. at the Dinner Key Audi-
Sunday Worship In com- Monday.Our will be held during the 'Savings and Loan Associa- torium. All the. county schoolsare

munity churches; AEW speakers day, 4 p.m. beginning at 5th tion, will be the speaker. Also participating In narrate
from Speakers' Council and Librarian Miss C. W. Ave. and 14th St., Nov. T featuring appearing on the program will gram which will be by
FTA;. Smith was coordinator. Veronica Northwestern's 'march be James Cherry of the even- Dr. Joe Hall superintendent.On .
Roberts served as mistressof ing band, the BTW matching Ing' division of Miami North- Monday, Pine Villa's sixth .I
Monday Keynote address, ceremonies.All band and decorated cars rep western. The school's band and graders begin the day with a
Charles D. Wyche, PA sytem, resenting school organizations.PrIzes chorus will be featured. discussion developing the
930 a.m.; presentation of AEW of the grade groups par- I will be given for the theme\ "Education Pays Divi-
I bulletin board displays In building I ticipated. First and second best decorated car; and, the Other activities of the week dends.\' During the week, the
grades presented "Mother GooseHhYl11es" Include Parent-Teacher Conference other Intermediate: Grades will
;; speaker, Lindsey Hopkins I homeroom with the best deco- -
Manpower Program, PA system Misses Wilhelmenla rated door and classroom will Day, Nov. 11 from 11 follow the same trend of
2:15: p.m.Tuesday Johnson and S. Franklin teachers. receive a prize.A a.m. to 0 p.m. and general as- thoughtOn
The second grade "T h e
semi 8:30
ly Friday at :
Omega Phi Phi Alphabet' ," Mrs. V. O'Berry- beautiful float with Miss when foreign students attending a..pt. Tuesday at 9:30: a.m., the
Fraternity Achievement Week Third grade a skit, "Skippingto Homecoming, Patricia Thomasand the University of Miami sixth grades will present a skit
Assembly, auditorium 8:30: ajji.; the Library," Mrs. E. Dean, attendants, Catherine Dullard will participate In the celebra- In the "cafetorium entitled "The
of theme Payoff: :This play, along with.
display prize-winning teacher-Forth and Fifth grades, and Matilda Bailey and tion of American Education
"My Goal !In Life", library. Dewey Decimal Classification, the Color Dny King and Queen. Week. a filmstrip, "Your Child Intelligence" -
Mrs. C. Arnold and J. Reddick, The school patio was decoratedby will be shown to parents -
Wednesday, Nov. 11 PTA and sixth grade "Unusual Book the Athletic Asoclatlon dur- During the week, membersof during PTA meeting at 7
Conference; citizenship survey Report," Mrs. E. N. Sarke. ing the week. the community will address p.m at the school

among parents. students over the public ad- No children will be in schoolon
I Orchards to Miss Wilhelme The Junior Stenogs sponsored dress system and local citizens Wednesday which has been
Thursday Judging of bul- ,
nia Johnson and her committeefor by Miss E. E. Waller,
letin boards; Back to School pre- will substitute for teachers so set aside' for Parent-Teacher
their thorough planning of sented a Uox of apples to the
Night sponsored by PTA. that they may gain first hand Conference Day. All parents areurR'ed
the for American Education football team, trainers and
program experience of a classroom situ- to come out and discuss
Friday PTA assembly at Week, November 8-14. conches for their outstandingplay ation. their children's program, examine -
8:30: a.m.j; report from Citizen- against Carver High. work done by the child
ship survey PA system 9:30: We are expecting quite a Jew Although the public Is Invit- ren and Iron out any problems
Tornadoes ties 13-13
to visit the school d\r-
parents ed to visit the school at any
a.m. that they might have.
I Ing: !the week and an exceptionally with Carver. time, a special invitation Is extended -
Saturday AEW halftime large group to be on hand, The Invincible Thespians, for Tuesday all day and Culminating our week''' of activities -
show during North Dade BTW I Thursday, Color Day. On this Troupe 2112 did It again with at 8 p.m.; Wednesday from 11 will be a Parent-Stu
game, J. C. Stadium 8 p.m. I day a number of the- parents their program Oct. 29. The play a.m. to 0 p.m.; and Friday at dent-Teacher luncheon Friday
"No Resistance" featured Regi- 8:30: a.m In the cafetorium. Each parentIs
nald Burton, Cllffln Dyes, and Invited to come and have
Sheila Storr. Arline Knight was lunch with his child! at the reg-
featured In a monologue "Cor- by mixed ular lunch period.LIBERTY .
delia" end Clqde Hugh and ed in song
AUTO INSURANCECheck Clyde Bryant' were soloists. Nov. 2. The group, directed by /
Mrs. Mable Glover, sang at the CITY SCHOOL
our new lower rates and financing Parents are reminded of the President Madison Hotel on Miami
easy Parent Conference Beach. A donation Day Nov. 11. Monday, Nev. {0 Talmadge
IMMEDIATE SR:22 FILING No pupils will be In school, but presented for the school Enrichment Fair of the Urban League will

Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift parents are urged to visit the Fund which Is usedto set the stage for the week with \
school to find out how their provide cultural enrichmentand his! keynote address on education -
children are progressing. l Incentives to youngsters.Over in the United States as it
D. Goodman and Son Inc.
100 eighth graders will Is related to boys and girls In
Recreational and educational view the University of Miami the Dade schools.
"Insurance Real Estate Mortgage"Business
films are shown In the school football game Nov. 7 These
member All People Democratic Club auditorium on Thursday from were cited for their Good Man- Tuesday\ The speaker Is
7:30: p.m. Students are urged to ners and Right Conduct In TV Rev. Theodore R. 011\>6on. This
2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380 view these films. casses. Is a program for primary '4
Four Freedom CitizenshipClub Charm School each Saturday Parent-Teacher
members were entertaln- Is conducted by girls fron \Vcdncsday -
Conference Day.
Barry Collage. -
Dean, reporter. Thursday Speaker l" Patrick -
will have dinner with their- Range. Back to School 4
children. Night.: Parent-Pupil luncheonat
Sell! 10 a.m.FrJdJY .
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A special menu will be pre-
One of the officer
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I 't1U. aMen's: Dav Slated For Sunday I I7

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Women Take Over at New Hope Church

Rev. H. V. Stuart, Pastor.
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Miss Dorothy Major, repcrter
t The members of St. Mary's
will celebrate their Forty-First.

Anniversary beginning Monday
0 night November f>.h with Tem-

ple Baptist Church In chargeof
I the service. On Wednesday
November 11 there will
held at the Roose-
; 4 I I velt Savings Bank (!55 N W.

GOth St. at 7 p.m. all membersand
friends are welcome to
come and enjoy a wonderful

The second Sunday our Jun-
err a. ior Choir will furnish music.

Church of The Living God : Rev H. J. Benson, pastor

Elder R. H Faison, pastorL Flossie Marshall, reporter
Beginning with the Sunday
W Williams bishop
.' w ai a'r 2082 Washington Ave. ::4i School, on our day of worship,
Opa-locka the Holy Spirit ran hIgh. As
The church Invites you to we prepared ourselves to receive -

., attend their weekly services. Holy Communion, our
re) it' Sunday School at 10:30: a.m., MRS. LUCILLE SIMS pastor preached a wonderful
Sunday the pastor will be pre- 'IRS.r'"r.. BEATRICE WALDROX sermon both morning and
t',) r') siding all day. At 11 o'clock his Morning Speaker General Chairman night with much power that
ext will be Got a leak In this fed our hungry souls We were
t :b ic, ;t To our many friends of all
old building my soul has got 'f": ..; : denominations and faiths, we happy to have a number of
Bible Band will take 1'; i I lovely visitors for the morning
to move A s : hope that you will honor us
I. place at 7 pan and evening ser- ;;. ,:t:: ::' with your presence Sunday, services. We do hope that they
vice at 8 p.m. His text will be t ".. Nov. 8. We extend a hearty invitation will come again soon Mrs. Ada
"The Hands of Death Is Upon to you as we observeour Alexander received a lovely
i I Me. '" ." 'I Woman s Day, gift Sunday for raising the
Monday, 8 pm. SpiritualMeeting I highest amount on Woman's
conducted My Rev. 'J.I' Our morning speaker will be Day. The pastor along with the

Ethel Htggs. Tuesday, 8 p.m. 'I cW Afx Sis. Beatrice Waldron of West officers are asking each and
Prayer Services conducted by r' y Palm Bench Music will be fur- everyone t o please bring I n
:Missionary Ross; Friday, 8 p.m. nished by the choirs of New their pledges so that this pro-
Gospel Battle starting the Fly- I Macedonia Missionary Baptist ject will be completed by the
,,ng E'agles:: and others. Choir 1 Church and Ushers In charge. fourth Sunday In this month.
No. 1 sponsored a give-a v iy. Rev Roscoe Jackson, pastor. Mrs. Ada Williams, the co-
Leonard Tynes of 1338 NW 1st I chairman of 01 is already maKIng -
Revs. West and Davis place received the spread. Choir For your evening entertain- her Woman's Day plans for
No. 1 wishes to thank every- +v '$ ment we will present a panel 10G5. May the Lord bless her
At New ProvidenceREV. one for their cooperation. rii. discussion.)i Come and witness In making her plans a success.
these glorious affairs. This i Rev. Gallon visited Rev. Wm.

o.v.. WEST Mrs. Anderson .,; d4+r'fMRS. should be a day of which every C. Johnson the other day at
Morning Speaker woman of our church should Kendall Convalescent Home, he

Speaker at Woman's dedicate and commit herself ,to said "He seemed very well, and
Men of New Providence Bap- the full performance to her happy and In a very good spirit
tist Church will be celebratingMen's Day Sunday
Let us remember our sick and
duty. Ushers and choir of
The theme
Day Sunday:
shut-in. Ash t visit
o r or a
for the day, "Christian Men Greater New Bethel In charge.
sweet note will make their i
Looking Forward. Rev. W K. Smith Is pastor dark days brighter
The morning speaker will be CoChairmanMt.
'.. .\ The third Sunday, afternoonat
Rev. O. W. West, associate min-
GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. 300; p.m. The Junior church
ister of Macedonia
Tabor ObservesTwelveInOne will render a program they are
Church of West Hollywood. .
W. F.
Savoy, pastor working on a special project A
Evening speaker Is Rev. W. Drive Friday, November 0, at 8:00: clock for the cnurvh See you
M. Davis, pastor of First Baptist -
At Holmes
I p.m. Elementary next Sunday. May the Lord
Church of Brownsville."And The general chairman of the School, 1175 N. W. 67th Street keep you
all the people came ; Twelve-In-One rally is Invitingthe Our Annual Church Danquet-

early In ,the morning to him infltej general public to observethe Donation, $2.50, Public Invit- RIDGEWAY

:,. terminating of the I last
\ event of the year. Mr. H. Head ed.We thank Mrs. Naomi Smith CHURCH OF GOD OF

:, Is also pleading with each mem- and Mrs. Rhoda Lowe, chair- PROPHECY
"o .1 ber to make his contribution to man and co-chairman of the Bishop R. B. Davis, reporter

'. .:.. ,,,' his or her captlan.Each mem- sixteenth Anniversary week of Elder H, I. Cox, reporter
..,...v;, ". ber knows his duty to this Grace Presbyterian church, and Greetings from the Ridge-
}[ ." ....JI(" II drive. The rally termi- all of the congregation and way Church. The pastor and
;{:>5 1 nates Sunday night, November8th. friends, who have helped to members are extending a warm
rQ \ n.Ji" / ,J The goal of $6,000.00 must make this week a successfulone. Invitation to you to attend ser-
... ,. "' \: ....,...,,,,,.;,.; be reached. Deacon Head Is ask- Special thanks, also to Mr. vices with us Sunday. Come
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<, '\" ; 'f.. .. ing each captain to be readyto and Mrs. Harold Higgs and Mr. hear our pastor preach under

)\'I,f" 1 .:t. t': ,, make a final report Sunday and) Mrs. Joseph Fanlel. the annolntlng of !the Holy
: ;
,;..'lye >J"\ .... fl<. night. Mr. and Mrs. Fanlel take this Ghost.
:I'i.' 'a.i; # Upon this rock I will build opportunity to express their appreciation Sunday) School begins at 10:00:
MAIIKLLK ANDERSON my church; and the gates of for +the thoughtfulness a.m. Morning worship at 12:00:
hell shall not prevail againstit of their many friends who a.m. On Sunday November 8th.
Sunday, Nov. 8, Mt. Pleasant: Matt.lG: helped to make the wedding of Is Missionary Day. Our missionaries
will be observing its third annual From this scripture the sub- last Sunday a most beautiful I will Ifc having their
Woman's Day with Sunday ject "The Church" was chosen one. Congratulations to the Missionary Program. You are
School at 0:30: a.m. The morn- and a very fervent messagewas bride and groom, Maggie and also invited to be with us at
Ing speaker will be Mrs. Maltelle delivered by th pastor, the Hayfield Ivory Special thanksto GOO: p'.m. eevery Sunday when
Anderson, a member of New song service was! rendered by Mr. and Mrs. Higgs, Mr. our young people will take
Providence Baptist Church. choir No. one. The services Herschel Peterson, Mrs. Susan over. Your presence 1 is always
both morning and eveningwere Johnson, and Mrs. Lisa Bui- welcome.
filled with the spirit and lard.
should have been soul stirring CHURCH of GOD In CKri.t

to each hearer. BEREA BAPTISTRev.
REV. \V. M. DAVIS 2762 N W. 45th. Street

Evening Speaker Always pray for the sick and Joseph Toles, pastor Elder E. H. Cooper, pas'or
shut-In. The entire church family will
5770 NW 15th Ave. YMCA
temple for to hear him. St.
celebrate Its 2nd Annual
Sunday was a very high day Wbman's -
Luke 21:38. The of New
: men for- NEW MACEDONIA M. B. for us which we had our com- Day, Sunday Nov. 10.
Providence will be looking
munion and the State Mother Gussie Gamble
day \"t1S very
ward In seeing you early Sun- Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Inspiring for us all. We would will be the morning speaker.
day morning and evening to Willie J. Beard, reporterFor like to give thanks to our visiting Please come out and hear these
hear these two great speakers the wages of sin Is death; friends for worshipping dynamic women of God. You
and help make this program a But the gift of God's: eternal with us on Sunday morning.On will be spiritually blessed.

success.Rev. C. J. Burney Is pastor life through Jesus Christ our this Sunday our first MT. HERMON AME
Lord. (Roman 623): ) Men's Day will be observed.
and Sister Claudia Wilson, reporter
Aur choirman, Rev. Otis Rev. S. L. Gay, pastorOn
Services on last Sunday were Sample and his cowarkershave last Sunday we were really -
high and well-attendeed. The planned this day to be a blessed to have had a won-
MT. CALVARY CHURCHRev. pastor was In charge. His text very gala occasion. Our morn- derful time In our services.

S. Atchison pastor was taken from the above Ing speaker will be the Rev. Rev. Gay delivered an Inspiring
Constant Carter reporterOur mentioned scripture. Subject: W. M. Davis, pastor of the Firs' message to his followers and
services were most I in- "The Difference Between Your Baptist Church of Brownsville everyone had a Joyful time.
splritlonal on last Sunday. The .i h Boss and My Boss." and a very good minister of '1 ne women of Mt. Hermonare
;:1 this busily for their
of the Lord was Indeed city.The preparing
spirit A visitation of the Holy Spirit
high. Our pastor presented us speaker for the evening ; annual s Day program.
with two beautiful messages: ROSA: J-.KK. FORTSON was present.We will be Rev. Oscar West, a well This spectaculor event will ter-
"A Desire To Be Kept and were also happy to have known minister of the city. He minate on the third Sunday of
"A Sharge to Keep I Have." At 7 p.m. Mrs. Rosa Lee our pastor's son, AB BennIe Is a member of the New Mace- month. The women are antici-
Next Sunday Is the day for Fortson, a native of Tallahassee Jackson, with us. He Is In the onia Baptist Church of Carver pating a grand day. The entire .
the Youth. They will performat principal of Rainbow Park United States Air Force and Ranches. We are Inviting all of public Is Invited to come
their best, therefore they Elementary School a memberof was on furlough.The our friends to come out and out and help the women of Mt.
expecting you. Won't you Greater Bethel AME Church Sunday School Is making help us to make this day a Hermon go over the top.
are out and encourage them? will be the speaker. plans for our Annual success. Our Sunday School 11..- Mrs. Mary Parker Is the
come- Pastor's Aid Mission will Mt. Pleasant Is located In Christmas Exercises. We will zln at 0:30: a.m. with a very chairman and Mrs. Shirley
here Sunday, November Opa-locka, with Rev. Mack as begin practicing next week. fine teacher In charge So please Moore Is the co-chairman for
meet ,
come out and hear him. this
program. They are working
8.invited 1964 at to 3 come p.m.and Everyone Join 1 Is n pastor.Mrs. Jane S. Grice, chairman; Remember the sick and I. Let us pray for our sick and diligently trying to make a
shut-ins In your prayers shutin. successful program.PAGE .
with the Pastor's Aid Mission. Mrs. Minis Cole, co-chairman.


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Annual Woman'sDay


At St. Paul A.M.E.There

Mrs. Range To Speak
is a certain amount of
anticipation In the I
proper Magic -
City for the forthcoming ZION HOPE BAPTIST

10th annual celebration otWoman's Rev. P. Freeman, pastor To Temple Women
\ Day at St. Paul AME Elizabeth Jackson, reporter
ready Church for which an all-day Is being activity made on Church service was spiritually -. The women of Temple Bap. f cal and literary program rendered -
high all day last Sunday. The. I
tist Church and their friends by the Woman's
Sunday, Nov. 8. Day
We have seen countless num- pastor is still urging all mem- will observe their eighth annual 'chorus and others. With Mrs.V .
bers to attend their weekly
bers of new churches KO: up in meeting. Don't forget to Woman's Day this Sun- Strachan, chairman of the
+ Miami and now St. Paul has for the sick and shut-ins.pray The day. The morning speaker is music committee at the organ
finally begun' to strive for the entire church extends a warm the dynamic Mrs. Athalle and Deacon R. Hepburn directing -
same height. Woman's Day ot welcome to all visitors and Is Range, owner of the Range the chorus is ready for
St. Paul means we bring againto asking that they come again. Funeral home Mrs Range is action. Plan to spend the day
an outstanding civic and busi-
the city's attention a promi- nt Temple.
nent speaker; a young woman ness leader who is interestedin
who has lived and worked in CHURCH OF OPEN DOOROur all areas of community uplift I i Chairman M. Hall and cochairman

this area for some time. It new service that starts She has a message that L. M. Colebrook are
F means St. Paul gives: all-out at 0:15: a.m. Is becoming very you should hear.A expecting all the women to do
support to the general chair- popular with the members and Revival I. their part as never before and
at Bethany
man, a young woman who has friends of the church as It feature of the evening ser- the men have pledged to go all
always been an ardent AME gives the family a chance to fous vice will be a 30-minute musl-. the way.Song .
Revival will beconducted
church member and .
supporter.The worship together. And as the -
entire community is saying goes, the family that at the Bethany S.j v- -
cordially invited to spend the prays and worships together Day Adventist Church, of Glory
2500 N\V GOth St.
day with us and fulfill this stays together So let's hope beginning Rev. D. A. Bradley, )pastor
Saturday Nov. 0 11
memorable occasion. The celebration a.m.
for the
children's sake more Sis. Louise While clerk
will begin with the 11 families share this opptrnulty.The The revival will continue one We have so much to thankour Features Mt. ZionThe
a.m. service with Mrs. nut h mood Bank Mobile will week and will end Sunday heavenly Father for. We
Abrams presiding. be at the church Monday, Nov. night. Services will bo held are thanking: Him for health, TV schedule for song of
," -, wr- 0 Mr. Hurd, chairman of the nightly at 7:30.: and strength. We are so happy Glory this Sunday will feature
r ,. ,.. blood bank Is urging all members to have our beloved pastor and Mt. Zion AME Church Choir
'r and friends who can give Elder R. L. Woodfork, the wife back with us they had a No. 2 of Opa-locka under the

..:... +a blood, come to the church between ,pastor, announced that Elder wonderful vacation.Our direction of Mrs Nellie Pinder.
to'I.to\. 4 and 0 p.m. The ladlesof R R Bland, associate secretaryof pastor delivered the Rev H. E. Greene pastor.
't the church will furnish free the North American Regional morning and evening messages. Their guests are the Fla Nightingales
dinners for the donors. Department of the General Visitors are always welcome. and the National Gol-
The ladles of the Woman's Conference of Washington, den Stars. At the piano each
Fellowship are taking orders D. C. will conduct the revival. SHILOH BAPTIST Sunday morning playing the
p + 1 for color Christmas cards of the old familiar theme song, "Pass
inside of the church. Please Elder Frank Leon Blond was Rev A. M. GriffIn, pastor Mo Not" Is Miss Gwendolyn E?.
give them your order appointed to His post In the Sister C. M. Myles, reporter Richardson, a student nt Mays
Friends! and visitors are always Seventh Day Adventist Churchin There will be a program High School.
welcome at !the 0:45: am. August of 12. lite has beenin Sunday afternoon in behalf of
the 11 dcnomlnal employ since Vernlce Ross and Charlie
or am. services. the Sunday School. The superintendent -
Davis the coordinators
July 1032. is the would
NEW MT. MORIAH eration of the asking church to coop-make- like to hear from your choir
Since that time he has been chorus and ups. Write to
)pnstor-evjngellst, In several this program a success. Song' of Gorory WLTOV-TV
G700 NW 15th Ave. Rememl/er to visit and ,
Rev. A, Shipp, pastor states both north and south. for the sick and shut-ins. pray Channel 10, Box 10, Miami.
We had a Joyous time Sun- While
pasturing one of the
day. Both choirs rendered ser- denomination's largest churchesIn
vice all day as! well as! the usher Philadelphia he
was calledto
boards. Our sympathy goes become treasurer of the Al- THERESA FLORIST
to our pastor and family in the leghany Conference. Several ,
I lass! of his aunt. May God later
years he was appointed
strengthen you. president of the Central State "Since 1010"
Mrs. AbYams Is the daughterof We are proud to have Bro Conference in Kansas City Mo.
and Sis. Holmes back with NOW MIMC8 AWAY FROM 1UQIIPIUCKB
the Rev D. A. Russell who us. After 11 years there, ho became
has been in the AME ministry Let us not forget the sick. president of the South +
for approximately GO years. Sunday morning Choir No. 2 Central Conference in Nashville Specializing In artistic arrangement
The mother of four she is will render music and Choir From this post he was
appointed r
No. 1 Sunday night. ,,& for all occasions
employed at West Home- to his present position..
stead Elementary-Junior High We were blessed with more The public is invited to attend LOWEST PRICES COMPARE OUR VALUE
workers for the Lord. Come
School in Perrine. these religious services.
Mrs. Abrams feels so keenlythe and worship with us, the doors 5260 NW 32nd Avenue Phone 634-1037
need of the completion of swing on the hinges' of welcome -

St. Paul that she has set her Ushers' Federation\
ultimate for Woman's Day as -
the sum of $10,000. CHRISTIAN BAPTIST AnniversaryThe ,

'l'I ,',': '"I":oo. ''!._'" ... Rev. Otis Williams, Pastor
Ushers' Federation Association
,,+ of SALE
William FOR
\ e 9 Rev : Washington will observe Its first APPAREL
1890 NW 47th Terr
t anniversary Sunday, Nov. 8 at
Sunday services; were high
;0, Sunday at 3 o'clock was our 3 p.m.It "Champagne taste, beer pocket?" Come to Grace'
homecoming. The Rev. William will bo held at First Baptist where you'll find like-new exclusive droues
Washington and his congregation Church, 15700 NW 22nd
r of New Philadelphia Baptist Ave. suits, skirts, blouse, shoes all original. $1 to $5

Church were In charge. Ills Mink, fox and other stoles and fur jackets $5 to $10.
f theme was "I'm Going Home." Elaborate plans are being: Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen
It was most inspiring. Dinners made for this extravagant oc
were served. casion. dresses $1. Men's pure Italian silk suits. $3 and $5.

Let us pray for the sick and Dea. Edwin Ramsey, presi- Blue serge suits $5. Sports jackets $2. Pants, shoe

shutlns.TOPEKA. dent; Willie J. Beard, reporter; $1. Skirts SOc. Also linens, drapes, bedspreads and
Kan. Earl A. Rev W. J. Macon, host! pastor. other household items. New suits $10, pants 2 for

JkllJlls Svmonette C. Symonette, Ron; of of 1409 Mrs.NW MT. AARON BAPTIST $7, evening dresses $2. We cater to the elite. Grace

First Place, Miami, Fla., has GRACE'S THRIFT SHOP
heen promoted to airman second -- Alice Prather, reporter
iN tt class in the U. S. Air Rev. A. A. McCrenry, \ 2512 NE 2nd Ave. FR 1.8372
Force at Forbes AFB, Kan. Sunday School 030: ; Monday.
Airman Symonette Is an administrative Usher Board No. 1 meeting and Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
y specialist In a unit Missionary meeting; Tuesday,

that supports the Strategic Air choir rehearsal No. 1 8 8 p.m.; t 1 ____ ___
Bible Class
Command mission of keeping Wednesday, pm.
the nation's Intercontinental and Prayer Service; Thursday,
\irs. LeeneUe U. M. Penning- Junior Church and Teenagers:
bombers on
mlsfllles and Jet
ton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. constant alert. choir rehearsal: Friday, Sun- Lincoln Fields Apartments
B. A. Morse, will deliver the day School teachers meeting.
morning address liter parentsare To airman is a graduate of
pillars of St. Paul, and she Hooker T. Washington High Thanks, to ,he parents who 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
is a member of ,the Hurst AME School and a former student at let their children take a partIn
Chapel. Ala. Institute. the Junior church. I
Tuskegee ( ) --- -
She is currently employed at ,. I
the Richmond Elementary in --- Enjoy Living< in Our Cool, Clean Apartments

Perrine.A variety. of short speechesand Offering Many Features

presented In the evening ser-

vice to conclude the day. Mrs. Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove
Patsy McClendon the cochairman CALLS $1.00
who has untlredly Newly Painted Venetian Blinds

worked will with preside.this year's Mrs. Mc-program Day or NightWe Washing Machines Laundry Rooms

Clendon who is a member of Service All Make. mt Free Parking Auto hot water rater
Choir No. 1 of St. Paul, encourages Fere Garbage Disposal
all of Miami to returnIn HI FI's and STEREOS
the evening and enjoy this -
fine collection of talent. She w. Also Rent CARETAKERS ON PREMISES
reminds you that all the ser
vices for the day will be new TV's by the week or month _
at the old church site on
19th St. and 4th court, aa the Weekly Rat.
new church is now under con- AVENUEPhone
struction In the Floral Par Ilk 907 .2nd $14.50 Lbedroom $18.50 2-bedroom Apt.
area. The evening services w
begin at 7 p.m. Make all plans FR 4-2044 Renting Office open every 47 Phon OX 1..119th
to attend St. Paul whose pas-
tor is Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr., on
Nov. 8.


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MEMORIALS DEATHSTHE NW btU ave died Oct.. :Jl. Mr. 1136 NW 2nd Ave, died Nov. 1 '
Greaves, a native of Barbados He' is survived by his wife,

-.... m the unu&n West indies, had Emma Lue, a brother, Sam
---- -- -
-' lived in .L\1HUnil0r -U years. He Lewis of Savannah Ga., an
his wile, Cecilia uncle, Roy Smith, two aunts, a
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. as survived by
. CARD OF 01 Havana, Cuba; three daughters nephew and two god-children.
FACE 12 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER J, 1964 ....,. Pe_N.. ?' .hA 1.'ipf Violet ana Ena Greaves, Arrangements are incomplete.
uom of Havana, and Aurora -
of .\llaml; a son, &wart ot Miami FREE BRADLEY 6,

CARD OF THANKS! CARD OF THANKSThe ; three grandsons, Wilfred, daughter of Mrs. Virginia E.
iauK.ua aim &wdii (Greaves, Bradley of Ft. Pierce, died on
We, the family of the later family of the late and a grand uuugnter, Sharon Nov. 1. The body was shippedto
ESTHER CHAMBERS ui eaves, Services::: Saturday at the Stone Funeral Home in
wish to extend grateful acknowledgement A :lg iu am. at bt. deters Orthodox Ft. Pierce for final rites.
and deep appreciation Church, with the Kev. Canon
I to many friends and c'narit'S Cooper officiating. He Baby Boy Bethune, son of
neighbors for all acts and deedsof lS now in repose !in the cnapel. Mr. and Mrs. James Bethune,
kindness during their hours 560 NW 7th St., died Nov. 1.
of bereavement. 9 .witS. VIVIAN WRIGHT of Graveside services were Wed-

Thanking you for your per- 177U) NW both bt., died Nov. 1 nesday.
I sonal visits, cards of sympathy MIS. Wright, a native of Georgia -
tokens and prayera. Specialthanks haa Jived in Miami for LESIA ANN DROWN Infant
4: to Richardson Mortuary more than 4U years. She is sur- daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
( and staff and Rev, I. C. vived by her husband Willla; Frank Brown of 240 NW 9th
Mlcklns.Miss. t ,; rsn + lour cousins, Mrs. Lucille Ben- St. died Nov. 2. Services Wed
z r
; Esther D Chambers, jamin and Obldiah, Julius and nesday.
daughter vVllliam Hunter Services Sat-
urday at 4 p.m. In the chapel
IN MEMORIAMIn IY with Rev. J. B. Blacknell officiating FRANCIS .
6t Mrs. Wright is now in JOHN W. MACK, 215 SW
1 memory of our mother r repose in the chapel 3rd court Homestead, died Oct.

"Vt -, 27 at his home. Services held 1
: Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Thursday.
DEACON EDDIE SANDERS Herman Rlou of 3150 NW 42nd

":''iO"":' iNSV &Glh St. St., apt. l 8, died Nov. 2. Services Baby Girl Marshall, daughterof
.. ch to express sincere thanksto held in Lincoln Memorial Cemetery Mrs. Laura Mae Marshall of

y the many friends for florals, 1125 NW 5th Ave, died Oct. 31.
: wiegiams, cards and mangy Services held Friday.
MRS. HELEN PLATTS I other acts of kindness during CARD OF THANKS
LAWRENCE our hour of sorrow. Special
would like at this time to thanks to Rev. O. W. Foster The family of the late ALIERT .
acknowledge our sincere appreciation .- and members of Antioch Baptist ESTELLA H. MIKEof iMRS. ELOULSE JACKSON
for the numerous Church choirs and usher OpaIocka'wishes ,
19121B Homestead Ave., Per-
kind deeds shown to us duringthe boards and the very fine to express thanks and
rine, died Oct. 30. She will lie
loss of mother.We .
our lends of 69th Terr, and 18th appreciation to the many in 6 at
would especially like to I' Ave., the Range Funeral Home friends for all acts and deedsof Mt.repose Sinai Baptist Church p.m., Per-
extend appreciation to Rev W.
I for the wonderful services rendered kindness shown during their
rine until 12 a.m. She will be
J. Macon, Mrs. Athalle Range, hour of bereavement. We shall
Dade Federal Savings and Loan, I May God bless all of you. always be grateful for the calls, for shipped final to rites Marshallville and burial Fri-Ga.,
those persons who sent flow-
The Sanders Family cards, telegrams and flowers
day at 1 Survivors her
ers and telegrams, and to all sent. p.m. are
'the wonderful friends. Y t husband, father and seven
The Family f fs ft h IN MEMORIAM Special thanks are given to children, four brothers and
the priests and members of St. three sisters.
In loving memory of our Phillip's Catholic Church, the
IN MEMORIAM mother, sister and great grand neighbors of 162nd St., and the MRS. REBECCA JOHNS

In sad but loving memory ofmy mother, Francis Funeral Home. BUNCKNER, 440 NW 16th St.
dear husband, May the blessings of God Florida City, died Oct. 30 Ar-
MRS. EMMA MURRAYwho be always with you. rangements are Incomplete.MRS. .
departed this life Novem- The Family

oer 14, 1030. SUSIE SEARS, 2251
We shall meet you again on IN MEMORIAM NW 65th St., died Nov. 2. Ser-
that heavenly height vice Saturday 2 p.m. from
For your light shall lead us In loving memory of our sis- Greater Bethel Baptist ChurchIn
along the way, ter, Opa-locka. Survivors are her
When the task that is given us husband, Flshaer, and one
is done EILEEN BUTLER daughter, Mrs Sadie Coaes,
When the strife is ended 'the ,sa fir,
battle won, Mother Dear. CALDWELLwho GEORGE GIBSON 2360 Rut

Lovingly, The Children: ,. departed this life Novem- land St, died Nov. 3 Arrange-
Lucietia, James, William Jr. r. ber 7, 1961 and our father, ments incomplete
Glover and Florida Mae w
;:; ;:; ; ;

,t<. who fell asleep October 31, 1951. 1 guarantee
There is no time that we year
4ip Tube
t could set for parting, Picture
family of the late ,
MRS IDELMA THARPEho fv We who must remain are never $16.95upInstalled free

died Oct. 23, wish to take ready for such pain,
nis time out to thank the Even our prayers would be, 696-3581
h' 1r .nany friends and neighbors for not yet! 2636 NW 62nd Street

V 11 acts and deeds of kindness Not yet, dear God another day, Rowimc TV
luring their hour of bereave-
MRS CHARLOTTE GIBSON With us let our beloved stay."
I ment. who this life November We must believe
1tLrv. ALLAN !'HttUUbUrl departed when falls =
There were so many lovely 11 1961. the blow that -
who departed this life November wisely God has
8, 1963. flowers, a multitude of cards May she rest In peace and willed it so. Watch For The
and other messages of condol-
light shine her
perpetual upon
Gone, but forgotten.
"Oh, Lord my God, when I in ences words, and of encouragement many prayers 'that and Mrs Lucille Plnkney daughter, Vera Reginald A. Wilson B. Johnson Grand Opening ? ? ?

awesome wonder we do wish we could thank Mrs. Marie Hlggs, daughter i I
The mighty works Thy mighty I
each of you individually.We Ruth Gibson, daughter
hands have wrought,
hope that you will accept
1 the heavens, I hear the Floyd Gibson, son
this method of acknow-
10 grand and three great
roaring thunder ledgement for it is sent with grand children 3tt iHrmunam
The powerful worlds which the same sincerity that a per- "
Thou hast formed from sonal would bring to
message IN For our Friend and Associate
nought. you.The MEMORIAM ..... \ ..._ .:o1l.L .
soul Savior
Then sing my my service that was rendered -
God to Thee, at Jackson Memorial Hos- In loving memory of my husband ... ,OTIS' D. JAM
How great Thou art; how great pital and its fine doctors and ,
Thou art!" other help will be long remem-
Ida Ferguson, wife bered.A From the Officers, Directors and Staff of Franklin

special thanks to the pas-

CARD OF THANKSThe or, Rev. A. L. Shipp. Thanks M. Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami.
also to Mrs. Ida Mae Crowder
family of the late who rendered musical services ..t
JEWELL L. JONES 'toward the songs requested l1y
uses this medium to s end Mrs. Idelma Tharpe. We a ,r e
(rw mwtmmwmwiiiiI..ill,git,iii ii*ITU iff El'Living
thanks to the many friends also appreciative to Mrs. Atha-
who remembered 'us during the lie Range and her fine staff at
time of our sorrow. the Range Funeral Home for
There were so many kind their fine service.. -
deeds, a multitude of cards and May God bless and keep all of
other messages of condolences, a you.
huge garden of lovely flowers, British Tharpe husband
and so many prayers and And Children
words of encouragement that Aristene Pollock and -' it
we do wish we could thank Florlne Williams, sisters ytb.4 I
each of you ndivldually. We Isaac C. Williams, brother R,
hope that you will accept this 0
method of acknowledgement,
for It is sent with the same IN MEMORIAMIn
sincerity that a personal mes-
sage would bring to you. memory of one we Joved Service for the Living"
Special thanks to the pastor dearly,
and members of Greater Israel JAMES R. DIXON Oscar L Range Funeral HomeM.
Bethel Primitive Baptist who departed this life Novem- MR. HORACE SHARPE

Church, Supreme Chapter No. ber 18, 1952. who departed this life Novem- Athalle Range, Owner N. Patrick Rang, Mgr.
bow to the will ber 1, 1962.
18 Order of Eastern Star, Mrs. We humbly
Fannie Turner and Mrs. Hen- of God. "Tho he's gone, his memories 5727,N.W. 17th Avenue
rietta Harris. Mrs. J. L. Dixon, wife will be In our hearts forever." OX 1-0131'
; OX
Thelma Jones, daughter Mrs.*Dorothy Dixon Rizer, Mrs. Bertha Sharpe wife 1-4343
Hattie Green, sister daughter And Family

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NW 16 Ave. Key at Mrs Cole-

man. $18 week.2DEDROOM I FOR RENT NICE ROOM !In private home,
a settle man or a nice working
_ FOR SALE FOR SALE HOUSE furnished 1-BEDROOM garage apt. Furnished couple preferred, 47th St. area,
BEAUTIFUL 4-b cirooirl, 2- 1805' NW 78 Terr. $23 per 1824 NW 47th St. Free 634-0054.
BARGAIN DAYS ItEM week. Call Mr. Gross HI
lights and water. Call NE
AGAIN bath on large lot. Florida room, 8-2824 or 444-6126. aoooooosoooooocx:
Completely Furnished CBS large kitchen, dining room, appliances 4-6730
1771 NW 49th St. Drive by then fenced. $15,000 total, 1980 65 Street. Neatly furnished Non-Surgical Office Treatment j
", ,;: call Total $9,000, only $250 $500 down FHA. Call to ee. room. Use of kitchen
i. down, $G9 month. Could be 3- ,We hav key., ,Shell Realty, Call NE 3-0908. CBS 2-BEDROOM, 1 bath pa- o
\ bedroom. It's a honey. A. Beri- Broker 4260 NW 7 Ave. I I tio. Optional, near New LibertyCity DfoenMfl! Varicose Veins,
.'.' Korl, Realtor, 714 NW 62nJ St 7&855i.LOVELY: FURNISEED 1-bedroom apt schools and stores. Prostate No lost time -
r ',f, Call anytime PL 1-2241 $20 week. Lights, pas, hot andcold G81-9852. Discard Truss Upon Correction
CB& 2-bed'rooni
t < JaL water Included. 2221 NW 01 Rupture low cost.
:: r ousled porch, dining room.
100 FOOT FRONT BEAUTY 57 St. Saturday afternoon.
Garage and carport, appliances. DR. LONG'S CLINIC
1711 NW 83 Terr. Open Sunday VERY NICE ROOM. Mrs. Minnie -
2:30: to 5 p.m. It's beautiful In Only $8,500 total, $200 down, CHEAP ROOM. Men only. UFO Martin, 5710 NW 10 Ave. 1513: SW 1st st. FR 3-2748
and out. Total $13,500, $450 FHA. Don't miss this good buy. of kitchen 7521. NW 12 CoUrt, phone NE 5-8405. xaooexaoooooooooeYOU
down oak floors, could be 3- Shell Realty Broker, 4260 NW PL 9-8125. -
bedroom, carport, sprinkler system 7 Ave., 758-5551 ,
awnin This is RICHMOND HEIGHTS section
special. A, l3en-Kori, Realtor LIVE RENT FREE. CBS duplex For rent with option to buy. VOTED FOR BETTERGOVERNMENT
714 NW 62 St. Call anytime, PL 7 years new. 2-bedroom City water, 3 bedroom CBS,
1-2213. and 1-bedroom. Furnished. home, terrazzo floor,' carport,
Only $14,000 total $450 down circular driveway, storage shed,
T\VINTER FOR SAL FHA. Shell Realty, 4260 NW 7 built-in oven and range. $25 !!!
1710 NW 83 Terr. Open Sunday Ave. 758-5551. per week Call HI 8-1119 13800
2:30: tog p.m. CBS, awnings Van Buren St. Key at 1312 Van
garage, oak floors, sprinkler I HAVE BRAND NEW 3-bed Buren St.2BEDROOM. Buy For Better Living See Ford
system, 100 ft. lot awnings. room and 2 bath homes only
Total $13,500, $450 down. COuldhe $tOO down $87 per month Interested apt on first Go by these homes and then come in to
l 3-bedroom.. Value and beaU- ? Call JE 1-6902. floor, small new apt building
ty. A. Ben-Korl, Realtor, 714 Contains electric oven, range see use! !
NW 62 St. Call anytime, PL ATTENTION! We can pull and refrigerator. Free water NO from
1-2243. down your old house and 3189 NW 59 St. Call HI 8-1119. $300 down payment QUALIFYING -
build a beautiful: hew home 2-bedrooms to like tnew 3bedrooma. Some 4 bedrooms
CAN'T BE T without any bother or cash on 1-BEDROOM duplex apt. Stove t
230 NW 43 St. Beautiful 2-bed- your part. Call for our friendly and refrigerator furnished, hot 6998 NW 20th Avenue. A beauty.
Open Sunday 4 to 6 p.m. representative.!' Wynne HomeBuilders and cold water, lights free, 1870
room, 1 .bath, carport, stove 235-2958. NW 55th Terr. 635-9089. 7021 NW 6th Courts With 2 full bathrooms.
3410 NW 12th Avenue Ideal' location -
fenced. See this and you will garage
buy this spotless home. Only I NO QUALIFYING Move I 1-BEDROOM Cottage furnished 6809 NW 6th Court By every convenience.
$250 down totol $9,000 FHA I right In! Modern 3-4>edroom or unfurnished, nice and 1518 NW 38th Street Four bedrooms.
terms. No closing costs. A. Ben- CBS, tile roof, appliances. PriceIs roomy rooms, near bus route.
Ron, Realtor, 714 NW 2 St. FHA valuation, 11500. Pay Quiet and friendly neighbors, -0-
Call anytime, PL 1-2243. seller his equity and take over St.reasonable, 691-7804.rent. ,2161 NW' 58 FORD SPECALS SMALL DOWN NO CLOSING
his FHA payments. Right
LUCKY 7 across from Manor Park on 40
Open Sunday 3 to 6 p.m. St. Key at Life Realty, Broker, CATERER ,
1490 NW 83 St. Be lucky, Uuy 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 3-4371 CATERING to the public, a 20911 NW 30th Court 4-bedrooms, 2 bath
this like-new 2-bedroom, 2 Open Sundays and evenings. LIndsey Hopkins i graduate. 20501 NW 34th Avenue 3-bedrooms, 1 bath
bath, CBS beauty Tile roof, Weddings sororities, churches, 3511 NW 208th Terrace 3-bedrooms, 2 baths
etc. All kinds of food. Mrs. Alice
cnrporte, oak floors, onlv $3(){, I
Hown. total 11200. Only $74 3-BEDROOM, 2 bath CBS. Tile Jones. 1065 NW 47 Terr -0EXCEP'fIONAL -
month pays all. Be there early roof patio, barbecue. Lovelyyard 751-3933 : BUYS WHY WAIT!
Be Lucky. A. Ben-Korl, realtor. Price Is FHA valuation.
714 NW 62 St. Call anytime'PL $13,000 with $400 down and BARBARA IlUltNETT. Experienced See these NO QUALIFYING Excellent Terms!
1-22,43. $80 month. A real fine houseon operator Is now nt
a very nice street. Life Real- KlmbcrlyV, Beauty Salon, 4310NW 1836 NW 47th Terrace 4-bedrooms, 2 baths
and FHA HOMES. 3-bed- ty, Broker 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 7 Aver 757-9254 or PR 1631 NW 41st Street Brand new. Every comfort'
room and 2 bath. From $100 9-4371. Open evenings and Sun. 1633 NW 41st Street Brand new A. delight
and up. Call for appointment. 74200.HELP
Fenster Realty, Broker, PL WANTED We are open every day including,Sat & Sun.. nil'day
9-8779. LOVELY 2-bedroom CBS on
NW 46 St. Florida room, Jalousie EXPERIENCED Operator. Or-
GORGEOUS 2-bedroom CBS windows tile roof, stove, chard Villa Beauty Salon. Good Ford Realty Inc. Broker
Very large family room on big refrigerator, air conditioner.Price location 1200 NW 68th T rr. ,
lot. This home will be open Is $11,000 with $350 down pone 751-0124 690-7024. 3639 NW 15th Avenue 635-4595
Sunday l-O p.m. 1041 NW 41 and $68 month. Life Really, WORKING
St. Fenster Realty, Broker, PL Broker, 4932 NW 7 Ave PL MOTHER would
0-8779. 9-4371. Open Sunday.NO like elderly woman as mother'shelper
754-5638. $12 week.

"A DOLL 2-1 edroom CBS Time on or off.
> In Miami
freshly renovated corner. A CLOSING COSTS. CBS Finest Selections

harg,: .: ln. Special this weekend, Duplex, 2-bedroom each side.
t201 NW 41 St. Will considerall Tile roof appliances Price, large Is Go See This Lovely homes open
cash buyers. Open Sunday yard, freshly painted.
1 to 0 p.m. Fenster Realty, Bro- FHA valuation $15,700, $GOO NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ
ker, PL 9-8779. down and $90 month. Live ,rent 1832 NW 45th Street
free! Key: at Life Realty, Broker Terms Less Than Rent

"HOT DEA.5" Pool home, CBS. 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. ------
3-bedroom beauty on double Open Sunday and evenings. $74 MonthCBS
lot quiet area. FHA terms, 1068 NW 64th Street
$500,down, ha large Fla. room, NICE ROOM In private home,
near schoo1. bus and shopping FURNISHED 1-bedroom apt. big rooms, 2 bedrooms, 2-bedroom oak floors, and carport, $280 down, $60

center. Call for appointment. able. For Information call OX per month, $7,500 total price.
Fenster Realty, Broker, PL I 1-2426. I
9-8779. living room, dining room, .

PRETTY 2-bedrpora CBS, carpeting 1019 NW 46th Street
Ilt'S' porches rear
appliances. fenced. ,big jalousied ,
pin furnished new area $65 Price Is FHA valuation, $9,000 Beautiful CBS 2-bedroom, oak floors and carport.

month Includes everything. with $200 down and $62 month. front. Can be used as total price. FHA terms
Total price $8,200. Move right Broker 4932 NW and $350 down, $11,400
In small down Life Realty, .
no qualifying, 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Sun- -

payment.By. appointment Call on this only.one Fenster now. days and evenings., 3-bedrooms. Total only 560 NW 44th StreetCBS

Realty Broker, PL fr-8779. 3-bedroom, Fla room, carport and appliances,
lit t
CBS 3-
LARGE 2-bedroom: CBS home. bedrooms. 2 baths, Florida no closing cost. $350 down. $11,500 total price.
New area. Oversized lot. FHA .room.. Enclosed front porch. -. --
terms. Magnificently'leanT'as a carport, appliances. Newly Also -
pin. Lots of fruit trees, carport.A painted Inside and out and 521 NW 48th Street
real deal. See It to appreciate. nicely landscaped Price U only 2-bedroom oak floors tile roof and ap.
3894 NW 3rd Avenue Lovely CBS ,
Fenster Realty, Broker, PL' $11.000 with $350 down and
D-8779. FHA terms. Life Realty, Bro pliances. $350 down, $11,000 total price.
ker, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL $73.41 Month{ .
NW SECTION. Modern frame !f-4371.
'2-bedroom, 1930 NW 86 Terr., 280 NW 55th Street

rented don't disturb 6-4014.tenants. 2045 NW 41st Street Corner CBS, 2 biff bedrooms LIVE RENT FREE. Beautiful CBS duplex, 2-bed.
'Sell cheap. Call OX NO QUALIFYING CBS duplex
3-bedrooms, 2 baths on I room, .1 bath each side No closing cost. $500 down,
LOT In the vicinity of Goulds. one side and 2-bedrooma, 1 2 baths, completely
Call 751-4079. bath on the other. This Is a FHA terms.

INCOME PROPERTY S240 corner fenced tile duplex roof,,separate completely gar- furnished. Total 0 n I y We hare the largest selection. of CBS 2 and 3 bed
month 3-bedroom furnished, beautifully furnished
Dade County Pine, rear, 2-bed- on age both sides. Price U, $20,000, $11,500. room homes in Greater Miami area.
room furnished duplex. $14,500. down and $137 month.
$2.000 ,
Good 572 N1W 51 St. PL
at Life Realty, Broker
4-0457. PL Key ft-4371. Open evenings and Many other 2 and 3 bed Inc.
CARS. 1955 DeSoto, good't1'a> t.. Sundays.FURNISHED ROOM In good ET
$135. litol Cauii-! room homes
'J portatlon car location modern home $12 a :
lac. very clean. See It. Call week. Call Thursday, 691-1513.
757-3846. .IndfRCHOOWI LIBERTY REALTY (The Broker that works for you)

2 bath, partly appliances furnished., $11,000 dining available annually. See 4500 NW 2nd Ave. 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 40655Open

room Call us our ad on page ,seven of this Sunday)
total $350 down FHA. (
''write for Information
to see. Key In'offlce. Shell Real- 947-5129
to FOB 174 Gratlgny Branch 751-7594 or
7 Ave.
tv. Broker, 4260 NW '
Miami, Fla. :33168. _

,. I IB.


, T. Washington MAYS HIGH SCHOOLNo

price Is too high to pay
Features Back to for a child's education and
regardless of how thorny the
road may be, the youth must
Nov. 10
School Night buckle on his protective boots

and stomp his way to a good
Parents and patrons of Booker school and into a classroom.The .
T. Washington High Schoolare degree of light or dark-
extended a special invita- ness in the future of this coun-
tion to participate in the "backto try depends upon how well the
school" night Nov. 10. Beginning youths are educated and to
at 8 p.m. teachers will be what degree the adult popula-
on hand to carry through a tion can be effectively re-edu
normal school day and intro- cated.It d !

duce the course content, acti- is hoped by teachers and _
vities and events to parents. administrators that by bringing
work will be
student on
parents at intervals Into play
visitors will havean
display and
with school problems and cur-
opportunity to see the new
riculums, the Uest practical
and discuss the 'newlook'

annex at Booker T. Washington methods meeting' and the needs techniques of their for iJ--.1- '. 1IIiII III LA.-: ____ .. .:. I _. .. ..;' -,,: .:;.;n _

With the exception ofV d- children can be planned. Pupils, parents and teachersare Our school psychologist, Miss plague In recognition for out-
nesday, Nov. 11, when no The National Educational I profiting from :the many Marian Stotz, terminated a four standing leadership during the
pupils are In school, the American Association who sponsors annually meaningful experiences at weeks seminar on "Child past four years. He is shown
Education Week committee an American Education Frances S. Tucker. The publi- Growth and Development." The receiving .the plaque from Mrs,
spearheaded by Mrs. May- Week program aimed at spotlighting cation committee, Miss Bais- discussion periods included: H. Jackson.
me E. Williams, assistant prin- what the schools are den Mrs. Keener and Mrs. Rayford 1. Whit Affects Learning? Mr, Meares was given a
cipal for guidance, has plan- doing and reminding citizens is 'happy to share some of 2. Obstacles to Learning. plaque for the school which
ned dally activities. hat good schools are also their them 3. Helping Children Reach will contain a listing of PTA
responsibility, realizes that It Their Potentials. presidents and years 'which
CIIARTER DAY FOR FTA New people on our staff this
has a great task ahead.A .
3. Additional Exploration on they served.
Mrs. M. Dennis, grade
year are
the of AEW, country cannot be free unless Special Problems. Parents were benefited greatly -
During opening
1; Mrs. O. Felder, grade ;
it is
Nov. 0, acting principal Nicho responsible enough :M. Dupuch, clerk; Mrs E. Col- The new PTA officers: Mrs.D. from the mathematics dem-
las Borota will "kick-off" the end has wisdom enough to pro- lins mathematics demonstration Holmes, president; and the onstration taught by L. Thompsoh -
week with special messages on duce leaders who are capable teacher Miss D. Williams, various committees are funct and Miss H, Baisden.. Parents -
the public address system. enough' and to provide educational good government instltu-- art teacher and H. Ralford ioning very effectively. Over were aWe to to see how
Future Teachers of Americaof physical education three hundred parents attended the new math Is being taught
for The Amer-
BTW will present their an- its people. the second PTA meeting through the use of the filmstrip -
nual Charter Day for the sen- 'can Parents Legion, National Congress The school ptrol had its Installation last Monday night and teacher follow-ups.
>f and Teachers U. S.
ior high assembly at' 8:30: a.m ceremony with Offi- Officer O'Berra from the Mathematical aids are visiblein
Office of Education and the al-
Nov. 10. They will feature Mr. -eady mentioned National Education cer II Clark of Coral Gables Dade Public Safety Department the background of the pictures -
Hagen of Harry Rich Corporation Association for the officiating Twenty-two pupils spoke about safety during Hal- shown above.
and, two employees. Joye hree scores have been 'past were sworn in and received loween. He stressed the impor- Our principal, Isaac J.
Williams, a graduate in the in the business of bringing engaged budges. tance of children wearing the Meeares, discussed and gacfl
class of 1904 will discuss the <10 the conscience of the Ameri"an Pupils are enthusiastic in using correct type of masks. each parent a mathematics*
daily theme.As public the importance of the many new books in the He presented to the group study guide which was developed
part of their AchievementWeek "\du cation. library. The library club Is booklets which describe the by the faculty.

activities, the Omega. Psi I Each school, using as a guide, planning an assembly programfor new driving regulations. With the high interest shown
Phi Fraternity will present a in American Education Week Book Week. The theme for far In our school activities, we
special program Nov. 12. Wil- '/ulletin prepared by a special Book Week Is "Swinging Into Alston Scott, our past presi- are anticipating a banner yearIn
liam B. Haley Sr., is in chargeof 'om mittee, will plan its activi- Books" dent, was given a beautiful pupil growth.Sunlight .
the assembly for the senior ties for the week of Nov. 8

high. Community School em- around. daily topics outlined on BUNCHE PARK SCHOOL THIS IS THE WEEK
phasis will be made during a he bulletin. School in
2:15: p.m. assembly by Ezekiel
Burrows director of the Com- 1 THAT IS AEW 29th Graduation

munity School. G. W. CARVER jr The Nathan Young: faculty ExercisesThe
The featured speaker for the Invites you to visit us during,
afternoon will We Rev. H. C Calling all parents and friendsto e American: Education Week. This Sunlight School of Cosme-
McDowell, pastor of the Carver Elementary School to voar's theme for AEW is "EUu- tology, tne oldest and largest
Church of the Open Door. toin with us in sharing our 'Ion Pays Dividends." Under school of Beauty Culture In the
Throughout the week college \merican Education Week ac- ''he learedship of our chair- Routh, holds i its 20th Annual

recruitment activities will be 'ivities as listed below: : man, L. Ivy :and: his committee Graduation
/beamed to members of the Sunday, Nov. 8 Community r' ? :a week of enlightment: and On Friday Nov. 13th, 1904I -
senior class. Special represent- Program, Dinner Key Auditor- .special events has been planned I 9 p.m. The Annual Prom given -
atives from the colleges will ium.Monday V; ii' at the Island Club. Highlights
talk to Interested and prospec- Nov. 9 Books on Sunday's/ theme: "Education for the evening Fashions <
tive students. 'xhiblt In the lil/rary all day Pays Dividends in Better Human Comedy and the Crown-
Assembly for 7th grade will "V30: a.m. Message from theTA Relations" a countywide ing of Miss Sunlight of 1061-65.
be held Nov. 0. Mrs. G. S. Lock- president. I kick-off program will he Also door prizes given.
hart In charge Displays of art, Wednesday, Nov. 11 Pa- held at Dinner Key Auditorium Sunday Nov. 15tn The Grad-
graphics and crafts will deco- ent-Teacher Conference Day at 3 p.m. This program begins uation Exercise will I I I be held
rate the halls and show cases. md Onen House.THURSDAY promptly at 3.Monday's 3:30: p.m. At the Church of the
Nov. 19 Wvhiblts L theme 'Education Open Door 6100 N.W. 8th,
BETHUNE ELEMENTARY of students work: Art 4 Pays Dividends :In Improved Avenue. The public Is Invited.
Display. 12
: noon Pa- "
Earning Power. L. Ivy will
Bethune Is anxiously await- ent-Student luncheon. rive us a bYief talk over the JRE LEE ELEMENTARY:
American Education Week Friday Nov. 13 Special ''ntercom .
Nov. 8-14. The schedule for the 'Yssembly Program 8:45.: All system.Tuesday Book Week at JRE Lee will
week: students teachers and parents Dividends in- "Education Pavs be a week to remember for
Personal!: Futrlll-
Monday Speaker, Blllie will witness a special one-act ATTY. IIA HOLD 111IAYNON ment" Mrs. Gladys Coachman the Lee Family. The librarian
Miller, president of Franklin lay> and musical program with I The Bunche Park Family Is will enlighten views in- along with the teachers have
Federal Savings and Loan As- students from the fifth and busily engaged in preparing for this area. our I worked out the following waysto
sociation. ''*'*l ixth grades in the auditorium.We our annual American Education Wednesday "Education involve children directly in
Tuesday Speaker Father are expecting you, please Week activities. Pays Dividends in Good Citi the celebration. First In :t h e
John Kierman, pastor, Holy come to visit with us. celebration will be a "Scram-
:zenship" A Back
Redeemer Catholic Church. Mrs. H. T. Holton chairman, The general theme this yearis Night to School bled Letter- Quiz" using title of
Mrs. I, S. Blue "Education Pays Dividends." program will be held at
Tuesday 7:30 principal. favorite
: pu.m. Open R p.m. This night will be filled books. Prizes will be
House. Each flays;:; activities will be with interesting given by the librarian to the
things for
Wdnesday Speaker Wesley geared towards a specific phaseof to do, along with a skit bv you the winners of this 15-minute quiz
Matthews, superintendent of HOLMES ELEMENTARY the general theme sixth grade: class and to climax second and third, pupils will ,
Central District. The kick-off will be a Festival write themes Favorite .
on "My
evening will be
Thursday Speaker, W C t Once again Holmes Element I l and Exhibit at Dinner Key with a speech we from honored Jiidfce- Book Friend" and make book 1
CoRdell, principal Bethune. Family will observe Amer- Auditorium Nov. 8 at 3
ican James Matthews and refreshments ,. reports a reading party in j jI.
Week. We -
Friday Assembly Program are Monday, Nov. 0, during our the
library fourth
from the a plav by 1
bringing to the the fol- faculty. I.
A very special invitation Is pupils regular PTA there will Ue a the Junior Librarians "Folk-
extended to our parents, lowing speakers: panel discussion centered Thursday "Education Pays O-Rama-USA, which tells of
friends and former students. Monday Mrs. A. Range around the day's theme. The Dividends" In International Relations our American folklore and legends -
More than 500 parents were Tuesday A sixth grade panel: will be composed of an will The sixth grade class and their old world back-
In attendance at our last PTA pupil. administrator, a teacher, a parent present an assembly pro- grounds.
Thursday Dr. Almond Ed- and a pupil 'isram at 1:30: In the cafetorlum
meeting. The beautiful Instal- wards. of the school. Finally to climax the cele-
lation Ceremony of the Safety Thursday, Nov. 12 an assemb- bration, Friday at Lee will be"Winner's
Patrols was witnessed for the blad.Friday-Mr John D. Lund- Pays Drvidends In PersonalFulfillment" i Friday "Education Pays Day" with a trip to
first time will be broughtout Dividends in Better Communities. the
by our parents. The public library for a puppet
insUlation was performed by Sunday. Nov. 8, at 3 p.m. at In a talk by the prominent ." Mrs. Virginia Tresvant show. 1
Officer Lang, a member of the Dinner Key Dade County Miami attorney and dynamic our PTA president will give us
Safety Education Division. Schools will present a Festi- civic worker, Harold Braynon. !' ideas on this topic over the in- DUNBAR ELEMENTARYDuring
Willie Wright Is the sponsor of val and Exhibit. All teachersand A breakfast honoring ''teach- tercom. This program is of -
the Safety Patrol. parents are asked to at- ers will be held in the cafe- special Interest to all kindergarten our AEW morning
tend. torium Wednesday morning. parents. I opening activities the following:
Wee, were Indeed happy and Our Annual Twilight School This day is also set aside for Have a purpose in life let it teachers will talk for a few
privileged to h a v e Leonard will be held on Monday Nov. Parent-Teacher Conferences. be this week to vis!tour I minutes on each day's theme-
Greenbaum special reading 9, at 8 p.m. The physical edu- Thursday, Nov. 2, an assembly schools. I respectively: Mrs. Betty Hall..
Teachers In the Central Dis- cation and music departmentswill will be held in the cafetor- Mrs. J. D. Mackey, principal; Mrs. F. L. McNeil, Mrs. Sylvia
trict, work with our sixth give demonstrations. All ium by the Intermediate de- Mary A. Jenkins reporter. Higgins, Mrs. Laura Bethel and
grade classes for the past two parents are invited to the partment. There will be a skit Mrs. Evelyn Wynn.
weeks. We feel his working Parent-Teacher Conference Dayon entitled "The Pay-off." DOUGLAS SCHOOLWe Wednesday; 1 Is a very !special
with us has helped us tremen- Wednesday, Nov. 11. Bringing the theme, "Educa- day 'for all.' It Is Open House.
dously In the area of reading During the week the following tion Pays Dividends In Bet- are inviting parents and Parents It's our Conference
schedule will be followed. ter Communities" to the boys interested friends of the com- Day and there will be a luncheon.
Our heartfelt sympathy Is extended Parents who have children In and girls via public address munity to come out and see Please come out.
to Mrs. Melba James in First and second grade: will have system will be a guest speaker, their children at work and to The AEW committee, under
the loss of her husband. Otis lunch on Tuesday, parents who Friday, Nov. 13 which will culminate take a part in the activities. the chairmanship of Mrs. F. J.
James. Get, well wishes are expressed have children In third and our week's activities. Parents are cordially Invited to Chambers, has worked hard to
to Harold Williams, one fourth grades will have lunchon All parents and friends of our open house activities which make this a successful week.
of"our custodians who has recently Thursday and parents who Bunche Park Elementary are will be held on Thursday. Other members are Mrs. F. Mc-
been released from Mt. have children In fifth and Invited to attend any or all of Primary IS'tomblwt1l be Neil Mrs. M. Dullard L. Ber-

Sinai Hospital. sixth grades will have lunch on these activiies. held at 2' p.m., Intermediate,. gjB- rlen, Mrs. A. J, Hawkins and.
The Publicity Committee Friday, I Slyvia Lambert, principal sembly at 3 p.m. Nelson Adamsp


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Booker T. Washington's Willie FU. oom .
__ ___________R ____ A M____.__ _____ D ___ Warren threw one touch- 3 Urge bedrooms, 2 bath garage
down pass and caught another NW 47th Street
the und-
Friday night to give
erdog Tornadoes a 13-13 tie 1921 NW 50th Street
Spearing with Carver in a Big Nine, 1835 NW 41st Street

South Miami Conference Stadium football gameat Open 3 to 5 p.m.

We build, buy land or home
Carver took a 7-0 lead In the For Sale: 6 large lots

With SPOFt54 first recovered quarter a when fumble Ollie In Carson the Need money? See Baron, .Call JE. 8-1340"' ', ."'-

Booker T. end zone. Johnny
By HARRY SPEAR ; Williams kicked the extra point.
Warren then passed 12 yardsto

,__________ ___wwwrrwY ...._-_ __.,____k"W__... John Napier and Robert OPEN 2.6
Lamb Converted to make' it 7-
LITTLE RIVER RESULTS tsponsittillty, cool judgementand 1 in the second period. Universal at it's Best
Little River enjoyed one of Its an ability to work without day for inspection
lead Open
the Home.
Carver regained ear- Sunshine every
largest crowds since the Mama- personal friction with
relll boys fought' there. It The Creater hath \given persons us two ly Willie in the fourth quarter when 340 NW 47ith Street
scored from
seems that Buddy Pack and ears and but one mouth, as a Neely one is enhanced with every provision
This time Williams'kick this home
yard out. THE JEWEL
Neil Composto have found token that there is twice the
some new faces for drawing work for one as the other.A was wide. for comfort.INCOMPARABLE.
cards such as Gordon Lott, fish can get caught if does With time running out War- WE SAY SO
Charley Skoch, Orlando Ruiz not keep its mouth shut. ren scored on a 21-yard pass COMPARE! the individuality of design.
and many more. Undefeated from James Williams BookerT. COMPARE! Workmanship you haven't seen for
are Gordon Lott, Orlando quiz, wish thank all the read- lost a chance to win when
Charley Skoch has lost one Lamb missed the attempted many a year.COMPARE .
fight that was to Ruiz, whomhe ers of my column for the response conversion. floor plan, 3-bedroom and what

hopes to meet In a return makes by the mall editors on my and articles.It my-. sizes. Two baths, and how beautiful. Living room,
self feel real good. I will try with a charming Florida room.
to keep the good work up. I North Dade Loses To COMPARE! Closets, wajk-in ''type, shelved) for max-
have received: letters and cards
Dillard 13.0Quarterback
DOES NOT WORK from all over. Thanking you all imum convenience.
Dwaine Simpson tried some- once more.CLOSED ANYTHING ELSE you ask? Yea so many
thing new at the Little River Charles Barnes things which we want to tell you about but our
Arena Thursday night when he passed for two touchdowns Sat-
lay flat on his back between CIRCUIT BIG urday night as Fort Lauderdale space would not permit.
rounds Instead of sitting on the 'CREEN TV Dillard High downed North 1830 NW 70th STREET"No
fighter's stool. Miami Beach Convention Hall Dade, 13-0, at Junior College qualifying, move in now." ;bedroom, 1 bath 5

But Simpson, 152, of Miami, will be the scene of the Liston- Stadium. years old. Like new. Total price only $12,900. Hur-
had only 40 seconds to test his
Gordon Lott 153 of Clay heavyweight champion- Barnes fired the first scoring :>.v on this one.
theory as ,
Savannah, Ga., knocked him ship and live bouts. Seats will be nass. a three-yarder, to George PRICED TO SELL QUICK
reserved. Doors will open 7:30.: Smith early in the third quaMerto CBS with in a
out with a left hook In 36 sec- Main Gorgeous 2-bedroom, 1 bath garage,
bout at 10:30.: The hall Is
climax a 76-yard drive.
onds of the second round. The located at 1700 Washlngtfli choice neighborhood. Beautifully landscaped. Must

fight had been scheduled for Ave., phones JE 1-0477, JE Horace Graham ripped off two see to appreciate.

ten.Instead of bringing In the 2-3329, JE 8-4304. Prices are key 11-yard end runs to keep GUILT WHEN BUILDING WAS AN ARTg
$3.50, $5.00, $7.00 and $10. DIrect the march going and Barnes 2.bedroom 1 bath living
traditional stool 1, Simpson'sseconds from Boston Gardens. fired a 28-yard pass to Jimmy Beautifully built duplex ,
spread a robe and he kitchen each side. FHA TERMS,
Ford to set up the touchdowntoss. room, dining area, ,
stretched out it between the
first and second rounds. SIMS of Hollywood !is VETERANS OR NON VETERANS

Simpson said a friend had sneaking up on fourth place into Midway in the fourth quar- $100 down. One mortgage 2 and 3 bedroom homes

told him that he read an ords all-time at pass catching rec- ter Dillard drove 84 vds. with payments as low 8.5. $75 per month.
article in which a doctor said I' MiamiU. Larry Wilson Barnes capping it with a 14- 798 NW 46th STREET
holds the mark with 43. Sims,
30 seconds of lying down
had the recuperative power of a senior, has made one catch yard pass to Larry Gruber in Beautiful 3-bedroom, 1 bath, enclosed garage, yard
'n each of his last four the end zone. Robert Green ran lot best area
four minutes sitting up. gamesto the extra point completely' fenced, in. Large corner ,
reach 40 for his TJM
"I tried It this week in the career. in town. Total price $14,500. FHA $450 down.
fin," Simpson said. "I went I Dlllard improved Its record to 780 NW 51st STREET
seven rounds and stretched out Miami holds a 3-1 edge over 3-7, North Dade Is 1-7.
between rounds. It was great. Tulane in their football series 3-bedrooms, 2 baths, like new, fenced) yard, no
In preliminaries, Clem Flo- and leads 49-28 In points. The qualifying, move right in. Owner anxious. We will
rio, scored a 7th round TKO Oreenies have been blanked in North Dade Meets submit your offer.UNIVERWAl..
over Richie Smith, 161: John their football series and l\ads ESTATE
Tutuska, decisloned Bobo Davis 49-28 in points. The Greenies Attucks,, In \REAL
in four rounds. have been blanked In their last Registered Broker
two games witty the. Hurricanes.When Homepoming. Tilt Open 7 days a week 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Grady McClendon dee stoned :.. .'
George Sawyer in four rounds Everything around North 4600 NW 7th Avenue 751-8642
ond Mauro Marlcano knockedout he completed 20 pas- Dade Schopl is in a frenzy this
Al Garcia in the second. ses against Detroit to give him week preparation for big
47 for six games, sophomore homecoming game against At-
Blletnlkoff took over eighth' tucks High in the JC Stadiumon
CLEM FLORIO looked real place in passes completed fora Friday night' Nov. 6th.
sharp last week at Little Riv- season at Miami. f EDISON SpecialsOpen
er after his long lay off. Clem Miami could intercept only In addition to the big k me
has met the best of them at his five forward passes last that is scheduled to draw huge
weight. A couple of more fights This year, in six games Miami year. crowds, the fans will witnessthe Sundlay 2-5:30 pll).
like his last I look for him to has committed seven thefts, crowning of the Homcoming -
be a headliner and drawingcard. three by Art Zachary, Junior Queen, Miss Gwenette Simons BUY NOW TO GET YOUR 1965 HOMESTEAD
defensive back. She will be attended by DOLLARSNo
Janet Player and Miss Coretha
BEN LEVENE, formerly Best.. closing costs on any of the following

with the New York Post for Bulls Tie In Orlando The week's activities have 81 NW 40th Street
over 40 years, now is connected Included the Coronation of
with the Miami Beach Boxing 13-13 both "Miss Homecoming" and Only $66.88 month FHA for this spotlessly clean

give Board Jack, was Dempsey the first his man first 4-to Orlando Chico Gilbert "Miss Blue. and White," on CBS home. Tile roof, dining room, large kitchen

round bout in Salt Lake City, hooked up with Roger Morganon Wednesday.A carport fenced rear yard. $250 down.
1911 1912. Jack and Ben are an 80-yard pass play to set big bonfire on the East
still the very best of friends. up the tying touchdown but Campus of the school on 101 NW 47th Street
Al McCoy and Ben are cousins. Northwestern had to settle fora Thursday and Alumni Day on Another spotlessly clean
Al was former middleweight 13-13 deadlock-with Orlando Friday which' featured Miss Lovely corner property.
champion of the world. Ben Jones when George, Hudson's Frances Young, a 1960 grad- CBS home, 2 Fla j room, carport. Only $300 down
knows his fights from A to Z extra point klc&.wa-'blacked.; uate, during the morning. Fri- FHA. $75.49 month.
and I look for him to do a : *>'4- ** day was also Color Day and the
great job. Good luck Ben. The 80-yard 'passcarried to day for Judging campus displays 520 NW 45th Street
the Jones
one-yard ,line with
PAUL of McCORMICK will be, Just making 20 2% minutes.remaining?Harold ,and Bulletin Boards. 3-bedVoom CBS, Fla. room, large lot (75x100). Tile

years his pro debut age: soon. He is a Ross scored' for the'Bulls The Washington Park roof, dining room, garage. $350'down..FHA.-. $78.16. .
good looking prospect, can blocked kick left them ,with a month. -
punch hard with both hands, 5-1-1 record. Jones is 2-4-1. News

has everything a boxer needs. Northwestern scored in the SEE THE FOLLOWING THEN CALL EDISON
I saw him sparring with Tony 'to : Mrs. Cora Ross, reporter ,
into a'13.0deficit
second period cut
The Washington'' Park Civic
Mamarelll and looked
very on Vince Hepburn's Improvement Association was 339 NW 39th StreetCBS.
impressive. Both boys are from
two-yard run. It capped .60-( host to a Halloween Sat- kitchen wall wall
Pittsburgh. They went to school drive. Party Dining room, large !to car
together. Keep an eye on this yard 8 urday evening, Oct. '31 at the peting. $10,500 total, $250 down FHA. $75 month.
boy, Tommy Schaefer a for- home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Crawford. The association No closing cost, safe for children. Dead end! street.
mer fighter and drawing card
here, is taking care'of Paul. Miss.; Band to wishes to thank all who helpedto 1760 NW 45th Street
make the event a success.

ROCKY BARBAROSA, a for- Rose Bowl All proceeds from the party Extra large CBS home, 2 porches, 38 Ft. carport,

mer fighter, now entertaining ITTA BENA, Miss. The will go toward the association'soledge kitchen_equipped. Only $250 down. FHA. No closing
in show business. He was on an 133-unlt Mississippi Valley to Variety Hospital cost. $10,500 total.
amateur show at the Sea Gull State College Marching Band building fund.

Hotel and tore the house down. has been 'Invited. to the famed The association has also paid 4100 NW 14th Avenue
He says it's easier to make Tournament of Roses Paradeat this their second paymenton
people laugh than fight. Pasadena. Cal.,' Jan. 1, 1965. their year life membership in Duplex corner, CBS 2-bedrooms each side. Gorgeous
Of the 21 bands invited only the NAACP. Kitchen equipped. Selling for FHA valuation. Like
NEIL COMPOSTO, co-pro- five will come from outside of new.
moter, along with Buddy Packat California. They represent dif- Our deepest sympathy to Mr.
Little River, became the ference areas' of the United and Mrs. Ollle Castelow and
lather of a 7rlb. 12 ounce girl. States. Of the 133 members in Mrs. Elmer Ross in the loss of EDISON REALTY Realtors
Neil said his wife Is coming the band, the following stu- their brother and cousininlaw. ,

along fine. dents: Eddie are Cooper from ,this Hiram community Johnson -- 175NW.! 62nd St. 751-2441

THE CREED'OF: 'SUCCESSOne Jessie Jones Jr., Raymond I Coming soon!' Teen age party. !
must hava a sense' of Newton j, I Place and time to be announced.

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